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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 25, 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: UF00075918:00034
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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VOL. 18. NO. 90. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST !25>>, 1801)! PRICE 5o.

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LOCAL NEWS, BICYCLES Victor Crescent IN STOCK : Rambler, IRONPHALT ROOFING Something $'Call or write to Claude Walton, TUtiiftvlllc YOUR FUTURE FORETOLD BY AStrology AMONG THE HOTELS.
Cleveland Barnes
Stearns now Guaranteed: for sis years. Write about antl-germ water filter Send age, sex, date of birth,
And Topics of General Interest. and, Wolff. Tribune. Write for for particular: toTaos. When writing for Information please with one dollar, to Prof. James, hOI -
prices catalogues.F. .
C. WATTS A Co., Inclose stamp See ad. on \th page Jacksonville( Fla. :21-3.1 WIIKKE: to atop. See list of hotel oa
W. BEERS
Jacksonville, Fla. our 7th page; .
goolety and General Gossip In connection St. Augustine
with Biscayne Bar, Lake Worth, Indian Second-hand Yost typewriter, $25.00.! : -Do you want to buy some pet stock? New Knglnoi for the F. t:. C. It,.. The ADVOCATE I III now on file at all
Read nd. on this page. the best hotel In New York city
Banana and Halifax River, Key Went -One of the anti-germ water filters

and all other Important Point along theE -Sheriff Brown left for Eau Gallic, cnn be seen working at the ADVOCATE -Mr. D. L. Alderman, of Fort Pierce, Two new engines, or rather two reconstructed Illuntrated folder of the fine East

.t Coast of Florida. Brief mention of yesterday.Mr. dflico. See ad. on 5th: puke. was in town this week. engines, are just being completed Coast hotel, etc., to be given free
away, ,
Interesting Events from Various Parts for the F. E. C. Rv. They are of the
the World| About People ron Know Bethel Stewart, of Bovine, was -Major Dawson, of the Narrows, returned Father 0'1Iyl" returned to town very Intent patorn and will bo famous on at tho ADVOCATE ofllco. Send two-cent
of
and People You Don't Know Picked In town Wednesday from his trip to New York, yes last night, but )left forSnnfoid this morning tho lino thl winter aon. They Are stamp to pay postage.

terday. He Is on the move all the time. known NOH. 3t) and :HI.$ will Good accommodation for the
np by Our Society Editor and a large staff -Mr. Henry Olmstead, of Eau Gallic, as They summer
of Correspondents scattered along the was In town yesterday -Mr. E L. Bradbury has been enjoy -Mr. T. R. Crook, from the Haul- cost $:> ,(tlOn) when completed.' 1'he"IVe' season. Write to H. C. Stokes, HcnderHonvllle -

East Coast of Florida. ing a few day!!' visit with 1'. U. Crook, over, was lu town recently, bl'lnjtIIlIl"hllat rail way U the host, amid has the neatest N. C. Superior location.!
-Dr. W C. Sneden. of Waveland, paida at Clifton, this week. belonging to a member of the station of any railway "Florida.
short business to Where to Mop) In 1'1 tu"", 1110. See hotel
trip Titusville yesterday .
Mosquito Lagoon Club, which ho sent and boarding houno ndvt. "th
-Tax Collector E. W Hall, who has on
THE ADVOCATE, by rail to Charleston, S. C. Hale of l'rol.rt1.
been looking after his orange grove brigs
$1.50 annum in advance. -Dr. C. P. Platts, of Fort Pierce, returned -
per timing the past throe weeks, returned -MUs Annie Hollows, after enjoying
$1.00 six months, home, yesterday, from his tripto to town yesterday, bringing back some K visit at Pldcock, Ga., recently I left<< for For Rome Hmo past Judge! 1). L. (Oaul- Hotel Colonnaded, Seabreeze, will given

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. St. Augustine. choice game with him. her home in Dnnburgh, GI Minn: Bel) don, of this pluco, IIIIH boon advertisinga !grand mii"nueiado 1 I ball to-moirow (Saturday .

READ GARDNER'S COST adv. )10",111" letter to ilui ADVOCATE, nay: very fine piocu of property for sale ) night. A trip to tho mountain
rr Reading notice ads. are ten cents -Do you need candy ? If you are in "1 enjoy rending the Indian lllyer news near Jensen, belonging to tho estate of of North l'I&rolll1l111 )preclude our at

per line on this page. -Tax Assessor J F. Wooten, of Cocoa business and want to but good candy' at wry much." Iho late Joseph' l'ull'l'a."tcl'Ill'y, I)r, tending.

forwarded to Judge M. S. Jones, a cheap rate, write for prices, or call upon W. C. Snnden, of Wnvoland, came up to Mr. Robt. Itiuiftou
former well knownrealdont
well known lum- a
Conrad
-Mr. J. B. a of this place, a fine young fawn on Wed Win. Knauer, corner of Madison and -Mr. Andrew Losley, watchmaker, town nnd purchased It. The Und comprint' .
uf Tltusville who l Is In Atlanta
in now
ber merchant of Glenwood, was townon nesday. The Judge,: will add It to his Adams streets, Jacksonville. Read ad. who left for Chicago and other place it about (do!0 uterus, 15 of which hits expect* to become tho proprietor

Wednesday. other stock of pets, of which he is quite on 8th page few months ago, has returned to Titus- (wen cleared It IN mild that this land of the I Holland I HOIIKO, In the latter city,

-People writing here for information fond. -The fine schooner, E. C. L., of Fort vlllo. The weather was too hot, so ho hit* yielded, annually, a I profit>> of about within a short, tlmo. Wo wish him every

will please enclose a stamp to insure a }Ir. O. W. Conner, who has been Pierce, in command of ('apt. Benj. Hogg, of was Indian glad to River get back to tho cool breezes $tniiO.Vo( understand Dr. Snodou will success In his now venture.

reply. down the East Coast, soliciting ordersfor came up to town, Sunday afternoon, for rent part lit it, Ho has a good bargain.
the of undergoing a thorough -County Tax Collector Henry J, An- Nothing like advertising In tho Anvo-' Work on the .t-IIRlra of the Hotel MI-
-The lion. Fred. S. Morse, of Miami, his fine stock of orange trees, passed purpose I anti Ili I.unlro carried forward
has been enjoying a few days' visit to through here on Wednesday, en route overhaul: on Nelson's ways Mrs. Hogg thony, of Miami, who has boon spending CATS when you want good result. being
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all rapidly' UN pon'Mlilc. P. llatohett,
and Master Bon. also sailed on board several weeks pleasuring the big
with much up
Jacksonville this week. home, having met success upon who loaned the hotel and bar
along the coast. the E. C. L. lakes In tho west, passed through here, A \, ..U-U"f\n.d A|>|iiili>tinrnt. privileges,
-Mr. Wm. Treutler, of Eau Oallie, Wednesday, en route homo lie has expecting to leano tho hotel proper to
paid the county seat a visit on Wednesday -Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Lake, former -Mrs. E. B. Wager and son, Master gained considerably! in avoirdupois since another ',artYI has concluded to keep l
returning home yesterday. well known and prominent residents of Ryals, left here on the 5:30: a. m. train, be left Dade A former well known and popularresl the hotel own hand Ho will employ
Sanford and Miami, have been stopping: :Monday, for :Macon and Indian Springs, county. dent of this section of Indian River IIIIH a competent manager and will runa

GARDNER BEGINS TODAY ANOTII- at the :Mountain Park hotel, Henrler on- Ga., on a visit of several weeks with re -While many residents of the East boon appointed Lieut.-Colonel the reorganized first-clans house In every respect

er genuine cost sale. See ad. vllle, N. C., this week, having arrived latives. Mr. Wager accompanied them Coast are still wending tholr way to the Flol'IIIItltate: Troops Mr, We understand been
that order
have
from Asheville. as far Jacksonville, returning homeon mountains, a great many arc returning.Even John W Sackrtt, who ha received tho "
-Mrs. II. W. Reynolds and her little Tuesday.We t Mr. E. L. Brady, who I III In New appointment,, lived on U"nanlJUvor for given by tho 'IorllllY.llllt Coast Hotel

daughter, Mabel, left here, Sunday, for September examination of teachers York, says he will return home the end quite a while, and his many old-time Company for five !DO-horno power WestInghoiiKo -
Baltimore, on a visit of a month or so for the public schools of Brnvaid now have quite a number of Inventors of 'thi month. The weather has been friend rejoice over I his !good fortune gasoline engines to bo built by

with relatives.Mr. county, will commence at the Schoolhouse / scattered along/ the East Coast, quito hot In New York. Lieut.-Colonel Sackott l U said to have the WfftllnghouNO Machine Company) ,
of Chester Titusville, on September Oth. but it is a wonder how they sell their boon the first American who landed on l'ltt.bu'ho:\ Westlnghouso Electric
Orlando Quarterman of and County Supt. Jno. II., Sams will be in goods, they are such poor advertisers.! Cougressman Robert W. Davis, of Porto Rican toll during our Into war with" Co., will furnUh generator for the en-
Shoals, was in town part Tuesday We have just discovered another Inventor Palatkn. was a pleasant visitor to town Spain, and was nmong those engaged In which are to bo used to light five

Wednesday, accompanied by his wife charge.Mr. -Capt. E. S. Coutant, of Oak 11111, on Wednesday. Ho had a law case to the battle at Ponee. Ho served In the hotels In tho South Early this year

and daughter. and Mrs. L. A. Brady, two who has a patent combination lock. attend to before Judge Jones lie left late war u* major of the Thud Battalion. throe hotel of the Florida Kant Const

-Messrs. T. II. Sanders, M. S. Sams children and nurse, of this place, left where on -Born-To Mrs and Mrs. J. A. Col- for Seabreeze, yesterday, for the purpose The ADVOCATE join hits numerous System, situated Nassau, Ormond and
Indian- Saturday last for Jacksonville, of hauling In a few fish ere tetiiilng Miami, furnished with Wen
and D. St. Clair Nisbet, three of lins of South Titusville, on Saturday friend lu tendering hearty ('ongratl1la.1tiOIiIl. were ting-
Iro- ,
boarded the Clyde steamer
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sailedup they home. Congressman Davis many friend house lighting( plant driven by gasoline
ola's )
to Titusvllle prominent on orange Tuesday.Mr. ; growers. quois, Tuesday, for New York, en routeto afternoon last, a fine girl. Mr. Collins, were pleased to nee him In Tltusvlllo.Discontinued. ______ __ engine
Boston. They will be away a monthor who is the popular mall agent on the

and Mrs. Gus Muller and their two. Titusville-Sanford branch of the F. E. C. A SAD CASE, Old tlmo visitor to Hotel Ormond, Or- /

little daughter of Jacksonville, Railway, has been receiving hearty congratulations month will know tho
bright hardly It coming
-After enjoying a few days' visit with ., .
the Globe this week from his many A recent Issue of the Tlmen-Union and
have been enjoying; a visit to fnends in Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. T. 1IallIe8senjter: Service (In Florida has winter. A large addition of from Jill) to

hotel, Hendersonville, N. C. T._. Wntmnre. of Titusville_ left for New friends. been discontinued at Bonaventure, llrc- Citizen says: Mr. Dellerry, the bride 200( room has bll'lIallllell, anew kitchen

-Note change of ad. of L. Cameron, London and'othor places PH' in' Connecticuton -The Savannah Morning,: News says: yard county, from the Florida East Coast nick fever with I Is n case of 111 malignant Thl I III typhoid of erected, Ibis ebb IIOIINO remodeled, electric

Jacksonville's reliable seed merchant, on Tuesday. They were passengers on Anent the Pennsylvania, state Republican Railway Company, to take effect August critically ono under light and bathroom furnished, pine
tho .tddvHt that
slate it Is remarked thai there is 17th 1SUO.! canon over came tree and rubbery on the ground
our second page. This is a very reliable board the Clyde steamer, Iroquois, as : observation and of much
our worthy cleared off and the land and net
M. There .. graded
trouble ahead for Mr. S. Quay. ,
house have tried it ? far New York. ,
; you as Minn Leach 25
Cora aged
Is usually "trouble ahead for Mr. Quay," Engagement of Mile, Z, r.. sympathy. out to palms, flowering IIhl'llllllanll grass,
-The early morning ((5:30): ) train be- -We want to draw the attention of but it is true nevertheless that Mr. Quay yearn, hud long been engaged to marry with walk and drives, making It place

tween Titusville and Jacksonville is be- our numerous readers along the East usually bobs up all right again, just as if Mr. W G, Dolloiry, and by agreement of beauty and a charm to the weary.
coming more popular than ever, many of Coast, and throughout the state In gen he had not encountered It. Probably the I Although known In theatrical circles, ,they were to meet In Jacksonville last There urn108) men working: on tho Or-

our residents taking advantage of it. eral, to the advts. of the live and enei-- only enviable thing about Mr. Quay is the engagement of Mdlle. Xora and Mr. month and bo wedded. Minn Leach wa month Hotel and ground/ and the semimonthly .
getic business men who are bidding fora the secret of his success William E. Hllllard has just been announced III when she left her homo at Nanhvlllo, payroll will amount to nearly
-Archdeacon B. F. Brown and wife, share of your patronage in tbecolumnsof to the public Mdlle.! Xora, Tenn., to couio to Jacksonville but like ,i,000.
of this place, left, Tuesday, for Washington the ADVOCATE. If you are in needof -County Clerk S. F, Hanford, a well who In private life II I Lora Lucca-Card, IK a true and good woman, she tfoclded to

; Baltimore and other places, where particular line of goods, the pink known and prominent citizen of Green well-known to tho people of the East keep her promise, and make the attempt 1'heonthly! Caterer, 1wlll known

they will remain about six weeks. paper any will tell you the best place to buy Cove Springs, accompanied by Senator Coast, having spent tho past year, with to reach her butrothod. When Iiu 'of paper, hiss tho following to nay

-Will our correspondents please them. Read the ads. II W. Wilson, of the same progressivetown her mother, Mrs. Dey-Carcl, camping at chic arrived here, July (Ith, Mr. DoHorry about the TltiiHvlllo hotel: "Tho Indian

write the names of persons and townsas arrived In TltiiHvllle Sunday after- their plantation, "El Selva," near An- hud come from THusvlllo, Fla., n/\lll/wt River hotel, J, G, Mast, manager, I I. a
legible as possible? It Is very hard -Mr. E. T. James, of Wabash ave., noon. Next morning they wont to Aur- kona. Mdlle. Zora made a very successful her at tho depot, and Mho Informed him very good place to visit when one wantsto

work for strange compositors to decipher Chicago, says: "The ADNOCATK Is antla to look at some land owned by the tour of Florida, a* an Impornonateor, of her Illnoftft, R/Illthcy at once went to do a little shooting. Duck shootingIn

some of them. much appreciated by myself, family and Florida Finance Co.,of Jacksonville, and appearing at all the prominent winter resorts the Travolei Hotel, where they wore thl neighborhood' In Reason I* tho
friends. I consider It one of the very returned hero the same day, In time to and for tho past season 'sho has mauled, hoping\ ( all the tlmo that afro fint'Ht I In the mutate Mossr. CIIIII 1 lime F.
-Attorneys P. A."Vans-Agnew and R. best weekly papers in Flol'ida-and I catch the 1:15 I; p. m. train for the met- been connected with the Wilbur Opera would Improve and be able to continue ; William Mitchell, and Prof.

II. Seymour, of Kissimmee, were in town I have taken a few of them in my time. It ropolis. Mr. Hanford will, probably, return Companies. Mr. Hllllard,who Is a native her Journey home, hut, to tho disappointment Jack Lnllln, of Now York, made renord.

from Monday until Tuesday, attending' is full of interesting items pertaining to here to-morrow, and stop over until of Ohio, has been well-known to the of nil, Mho hUll gradually last season of over 100/) bird each day Ina

to law cases before Circuit Judge Jones. the East Coast. How is the orange protecting Monday afternoon.The llgltlmato: drama for several years, and In grown worse, nod two professional day' shooting, Fishing I lit also excel

We acknowledge a pleasant call. scheme coming along? Successto editor and proprietor of this which branch of the profession Miss! Humus and a good physician have failed lent. Thu lobby, rending room ofllue
it and the pink paper of Florida. Card will after her the disease, and richly .
probably enter mar to may tho ravage of and dining room huvo been curpetotl
-Mr. W. E. Gerow, the popular young paper-Chas. II. Walton-will leave hero
will leave hereon rlago. t tio! patient continue Irrational and n nnd furnished, the house decorated
Standard Oil Co.'s representative, of -Rev. John A. Hughes to-morrow (Saturday), for various summer .
Jacksonville, was among the pleasant Monday next for Jacksonville, en resorts In the mountains of North The date for the wedding I I. not as great NH fforer. lighted by electricity; In short, made

callers at this office on Saturday He route to New York via the Clyde Line Vat'ollna-Includlng Waynesville, Asheville yet announced, but the hearty !good will Hundred of dollar have already been up-to-date. There III I a sulphur spring\

was on a trip down the East Coast. From Gotham he will go to Portland, and Hendersonvlllo will bo and congratulations. of the f Indian River )paid out by tho husband, who has proved on the \premUoH, which ha great 011.111.nlll \ .
Conn. to join his wife and family, who about five weeks. During his ab- people and the ADVOCATE )III extended to a true and loving husband, worthy of qualities.! "
-Mrs. F. A. Morgan( of this place, will jeturn, with him to Titusville\ In away sence the ADVOCATE will be In charge of both Xoia and \her\ J/tmce./ the deepest sympathy of .all good) people.
With hurricane
reference the recent
expects to leave here to-morrow for I ,
about five weeks' time. Mr. Hughes Mr. A. K Wilson, who has had 1U: years'
the Nassau (Guardian hand at this ADVOCATE
Waynesville, Asheville, Hendersonville will visit several other northern pities practical experience In all branches of ONE) HUNDRED CARDS and handsome Do You Want to Hpend The
ollloo Tho Colonial\ Hotel
and other fashionable summer resorts in says:
aluminum case, only M) cents. A big
North Carolina, where she will sojourn while away. newspaper work. Mr. Claude Walton Address Winter In FloridaV wa not In tho leant shaken by tho effect.

with a party of friends for a month or -Mr. C. F. Naething: of New York, will assist him In the local news depart- profit for agents.TJIOMAH HUH: : !road, St. of the *torm. A force was engaged In
ment. favors extended to them ,
with his Any cloth frame.
110.I who is spending the summer watching the temporary
Newark, N. J. If J, A. Gilbert of 4H East 2nd
during the proprietor's absence, will bo HO, ,
wife and family at their country scat- i that ore net In the window, through
I -Colonel W. S. Proskey, who is on Norwood Park, Long Branch, N. J., duly appreciated.NOW. Notice to iJiiKticeM of Uw I'eace. St., Dayton, 0., can supply you with I which the water found acconH to the
Gal-
the furtiUhud situated: at Eau
staff of Governor W. D. Bloxham, cottage,
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he Inflict
writes us to the effect that expects I building and which will probably
will, to-morrow (Saturday) participate in Ills In- ItKADV: lie, Fla. Tho \'fll\utlfullncatoQ\ on I tho The
visit in November. many damage to new plastering.
' pay a The new session law of IMU'J! can bo the wholo Indian River and directly .
grand parade at Long Branch, opposite
military friends will be glad to see building otherwise I I. Intact. The wall
River
dian -
obtained of County Clerk A. A. Stewart tho mouth of the Banana. River
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X.J., at whlch'lnfantry cavalry and artillery ,
Is first of tho, of erection at
Naething a In
I from several states will partici- him. By-the-waj.killed Mr. ducks last Our superb lino of Fall and Winter Fabrics ntuHvillo, Flu., by Mending fifteen cents tho most famous fishing ground on the the Hotel building Victoria course foil to
and more Royal Home
pate. The Colonel has friends in class shot, for Men's Garments, Made to Meas to pay pontage.TltiiMvlllfl. Kant Coast of Florida.\ For further particular
many visitor to this town. the cessation of tho
extent. Following
Titusville and other points on Indian winter than any ure. After weeks of preparation( and Inspection apply either to J, A, Gilbert, of lira
hurricane the out
breaking a
Hiver. -Mr, and Mrs. J. O. Walton left here, of the largest and richest stock Laundry. Dayton, ()., or to J, E. M, Hodgson[ of at the Colonial wa Hotel canned by the rainwater

Saturday last, for the mountains of Georgia of Imported and Domestic Cloths, and Eau Gallle, fir..... which had accumulated, under the
to be selection of only such (; Cook of Tltuivllle Is 1 "
North Carolina and Virginia, careful as are Mrs. 00. now -- ---- --
reached the lime that
Pet Stock For; Sale. away a couple of month or so. They adapted to the wants of Up-to-Dat and prepared to do laundry work of every 'Villi tCtl. building Mtored, having there. the dUcov-

also expect to visit New York. Claude Dressy Men, we can say with confidence, description. All work guaranteed.Leave wa Happily
I Fancy pigeons; song and fancy cage:; I Walton accompanied them all far as Jack we have secured the strongest and most your washing at G. F. Duren'* ery wa made early, and a number of the

birds, rabbits, Belgian; lures: guinea sonville but returned yesterday to look extensive Hue of Merchant Tailor Cloth corner store, opposite! ADVOCATE office. A :110$ room House, fully furnished, for workmen: In the Immediate neighborhood
I ,
pIgs; white, black and yellow rats; Hy after his patent water liter( of which he for Youths, Young Men, Mlddlo-aged the season of 1NUU. Daytonst. preferred.Am being at hand, soon renderedjuiieful: ser
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lug, gray and fox squirrels, all gentle I has already sold a large; number along and Old Men It baa ever been our good of long experience In hotel Uimlnein vice by turning out the barrel
and all stock pure bred. Price list free. the East Coast-some of them going as fortune to nee in one collectlou. We Wanted Hewing, at Tallulah Fall II, Ga. Want to run the lime Tho alarm wn given by the

Address, MRS E. II. AHMSTHONO, south as Miami.AGENTS guarantee perfect fit, thorough wear, en- Arlington( In connection with a good) fire bell at the Central Police station at
I far
Gentlemen' Clothing neatly repaired. a quarter to eight o'clock, and the steam
Jacksonville, Fla. tire satisfaction, or your money back. house In Florida. host of reference can
MUM. R. C. ScniMOEOuit, fire engine was quickly available nudiipplled
Price low enough forevt'r'one, and high be given. Address,
WANTED to take order for enough for u* to give line work, and full Titu.vllle. Fla.) W. D, YOUNO, water a* It wa required. The

Save Money by Sending for Your our aluminum specialties. Write for value. Proprietor Arlington Hotel[ ), Atlanta, Ga. City Volunteer Brigade took their engineto
particulars. For Hale.I the fire, but Its services were not need.
CLOTIIIXO STOKE
Groceries to the Magnolia THOMAS, Sa2: Broad St. EAOI.K Titusville Indian River, Ha. Situation Wanted. ed. The member of the Brigade( how 1

Grocery Co., Jacksonville Newark, N. J, have for sale, four fine work home ever, rendered assistance In connectionwith

Florida. Capt. E. II. RICE, TItuivllle, Fla. the Constabulary and other For I
Language --.----,--- and reliable beyond the
Foreign A thoroughly competent tunately the fire did not get !

IjMbs. granulated-r.; , :. H.OO Wanted. teal Htnt6 Hale. white man want a position by the year, lime, anti thus no damage was received ..

20-lbs. white C ,. . 1.00 -in stock raising Madam Delta, of City Beautiful Fla. to' work as foreman and manager of by the Hotel. 'fhl.ooourenco Will certainly I

):!-Iba. green coffee.. . .. 1.00 Experienced party with capital to start a I Is prepared to take a few pupils at, reasonable The lte..t lt rgln on the East Coact. ITre* pineapple plantation on the East Coiut a mot extraordinary coincidenceIn I
9-lbs. Arbuckle'a coffee . 1.00 wants a partner beat loca- rate French, German and from Frost.AboutsixtyacresWland. Nine year experience In the bUlln"II. connection with the event of the day. J
". S. bacon, per pound, 6J cattle ranch In South Florida; Spanish taught P. O. address on the eastside Good reference, and will guarantee satis To have had such a catastrophe a* the 1
Breakfast bacon .9 and .10 cation in the,state. Address, 23-If.: Seabreeze, Fla. of Indian River near Jensen, I IS faction. Addre, conflagration that might have been pro- J

Shoulder, r. .61 W., care ADVOCATE Tltuarllle, Fla. acre cleared, will yield annually $1.VX. ..C. 8," care ADVOCATE, duced by the burning of the Colonial 1

Picnic ham . . &l Comfortable tenent house, lovely location. I I TltmYlllc, Fla. Hotel would have Indeed doubly marked j
Best ham. u . .)0 Joe Da Hoes Mutt be old at a sacrifice on account the date of the visitation of the hurri i

. 10-lbs.i buttering.'. . . . 1.40 The San Mateo Cigar, of the death of the owner. Being Empty Sugar and like liarrela cane. We need be very thankful that Ewe
! Write for groceries Are manufactured and sold by BurgerA water protected It 1 I. free from frost., If were laved the consequence of a *e-

1! Goods delivered prices to on other in Jacksonville All Pure Florida Tobacco, Baumgard, wholesale hardware dealers you want a (great bargain apply at once to For ale. Address, cond dreadful disaster. A few hundred '":

depot Co. Ejutt Coast Grown, 105 Chamber street, New York. D. L. GAULUEX, County Judge, WALTER: Moo II 11:, dollars will cover the damage/ from the
MAOXOLI GROCERY ,
Jacksonville, .')a. No better made; try them. 22-30 Tltuivllle, FU. 8 George St., Charleston, 8. 0, hurricane and the lOll of lime ;

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1t I but nttlv difference between them the HOW TO SWIM. ..Lfaapeatioas .,... Tux Sales Attacked. :t'rE"\JV CRoP SEJEJJS:: : )

Leafless being about three days earlier.LKAFLKSS .

That Will .><.?,' Xiiii-f, S. Juneon Saturday last
1drMi
DI / Aid For Fail and Winter Sowing.
Aeqttlrlft the Art. '? f il H 'all.l"sry| Injunction against
id l halve, <>f a tax deid under the newI
As an exercise swimming Is' rri
I 18':', li li the first case to urine Finest stocks of Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celery and Lettuce, Black, Golden
ed by experts In the care of body, a )' I.. I e 1"111'| since the act went into and

&.' mind all superior to any other ]>"" fon. 'I I he cult )involves the legality of Valentine Wax Beans; Georgia and Florida Rye; Texas and Florida

1'T f.r time that baa been devised for pre "it i ix ssn.ssments In Oceola county of Rust Proof Oats.
1818 and 1807 and the sales based thereon
verrntlon of health and the
uplifting tithe i < f iMi" and fM} )S respectively One of Write for price list.

nervous system. Warning that ::1 (ILs points mit-ed ,,11111 sustained Invalldi L. CAMERON

Is the duty ,of every man. woman ami i e 'le sales for I hone years In every \ Seedsman,

child to learn to swim go 'JUhet>(l..I.) conn)} In ide State. 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE
and so the newspapers will continue Iu view nf I lie heavy purchases In FLA,
snare cnuiitlfs by turpentine operators
to record drowning accidents every and l Morkmfu. of tax certificates to lands =

day In which had the victim or the fill, tmpenilnc( and gtaziuu 1"rIJUtlell, the GEORGE MARX JOHN MARS

onlooker been true to himself there I tlfcinl-n In This case 111.1.1 oslM.v| have

would have been nothing more seriousto I ion itnp'iiunt bcailnj on the value; 01, 1VIA.R 4 aROS.

r note than on unwelcome or unexpected their holdings.The ,

fi bath says the New York Her I }lIIII'c) >rl> m his particular ; Wholesale Dealers In
nROUcn RADIIIJI-TnJO'MPJI RADISH. aid which full I. the .i. n Pun1. Inlandpiopeil ;
given the following
INDIAN RIVER Now The Rural Illustrates the two about "how to swim:" +uggestions I ), the tit '1,1 li It.It ,lire. n in GROCERIES 'FRUIT AND PRODUCE...

bowing a little bunch of the Triumphand To the person of Inu-lli dispute, for several 'years. An appeal .. .
average (r
case is now pending in the Supicme
n single; specimen of the leafless.
gence half a dozen lessons of from 1./ Court the title. Klaslmmee
affecting -
ADVOCATE: I The quality Is much the name the to 20 minutes each are sutHcleut to Valley Gazette. 131 and 133 East nay, Street and 0. and Newnan Street,

I Leafless !being a1 rich, darkish crimson master the art of swimming The J'ac1.J.soDvl.110: ]or1dn.
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-. -,,-- ... ..._- the Triumph white and crimson, variously ,method of swimming most easily Volcanic EruptionsAre .

Is nearly splashed round and the dotted.other generally The latter ob- stroke.learned Is In what this Is the known swimmer as the lies breast pat of joy grand Bucfclen's, but 'kin Arnica eruptions Salve rob, cures life ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CHI.

long. Doubtless a larger quantity of Iq the water with head and shoulders them; also Old Running, and Fever Sores, -

MMA4p N' the Leafless may be grown on a given only above the surface. The forearmsand UK-emBoils, FelonM,CorDs, Warts Cuts, We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas
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plot because!' of Its scanty leaves. The hands are submerged about six Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Chapped Hands, guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want

1 question of relative value seems to depend Inches, while the body and lower limbs Chilblains, Best Pile cure on earth. your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.

PtSPONTANEOUS upon which would sell more read- are In a slanting Drives out Pains and Aches. Only 25
position somewhat
ily ln the market, the solid colored farther from the surface. cents box. Curc l'ual'anteed. Sold by MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.J3T .

Leafless or the variegated Triumph. Itefore F. S. Chaffee, druggist.A We only Sell to Dealers
COMBUSTION making a stroke the limbs

are extended to their full length. The
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Hitter
Disappointment Cable Between Miami and Havana.
Accepted nm n Pno In ills flay Darn first motion Is the drawing of the arms I
"What I like; she! said, uis a person --
and Provided """In.t. backward In' a semicircle a short distance
who is frank-one who says just whathe The British cable steamship Dacia,
"There are Home things to be accepted means without beating about the I. under the top of the water. The Capt. R. Hudson, has arrived at Key John B Stetson University

on the evidence! we have," according bush. palms should be kept open and downward West from London. The pilots have ,

to Henry Stewart "for It Is dlfti- "Well then" he replied. "I'll be the entire arm moving back been looking for her several days, as she

cult to prove them by actual eye straightforward. There is something I ward with a slow "sweep." This not draws twenty-one feet of water and

knowledge," This he would npply to wanted to tell yon for an hour or more: only serves to keep the head above brings in a big pilotage; besides, when DeLand, Florida.

the BO called spontaneous combustionof bn t"- the water line, but aids In propelling' : ever a pilot is needed on the ship whileat

hay in a barn stack lie In the body. work here and in the vicinity, he is Year
or
says "Yes," she urged seeing that he For Both Sexes. Next Scholastic Begins
and
$3 ; the
paid
Country Gentleman: It Is probably the heeitJted. "What is it?" For propulsion, however, the lower a day expenses says
West of Times-Union
Key correspondent
t, case that no one ever saw a barns of "There is a big black streak down limbs are depended upon In the greatest and Citizen. The ship Is three masted October 3rd. Send for Catalogue,

hay taking lire from Its own Internal one side of your nose.. I think it's soot." degree. As the arms move apart and looks like an English warship, and

. heat, due to the fermentation and de- -New Orleans Times-Democrat the legs are drawn up under the body has on board the cable and appliancesfor College, Academic, Normal, Art and Music Departments. Large, commodious
composition of the carbonaceous with the knees pointing outward
matters at laying the new Florida and Havana
f i of it when In a damp condition. A Little Do,.'. Wl.h. angles from the trunk. Progression Is cable, between Havana, Key West and Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian water etc., insuring

But there Is a great deal I of evidence, Mr. Goodthing (engaged to Johnny's made by again extending the lower Miami. The Dacia was twenty-five dayson perfect healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam. throughout ; faculty of 22

unquestionably tr'uo, which goes to sister)-Johnny, I'm going to make yon 'limbs until both of them come u___ tncpth.er --0___. the voyage from England, and will &__'_ _.1 ante__ expuueuucuAddress. ____..,____.::1 "teiiCU".D.___ ._ -""uu....1 IV"ena..l--.-.v-o--AfW.tfi"" .v..,.,-ntttntn.'nn.,..-...tt ..... t'nf'''V''M.'UUo ftvraiueu "", .tlnn
the work of the cable
commence laying
the backward of the
prove the possibility a present What do wish sweep arms
you J. F. FORBES President.
Immediately. She will be assisted by ,
of encb and the forcing of the feet against the''llter
I an Johnny-A box of candy.Mr. baijus, tugs and the lighthouse tender I

occurrence. In Gaodthing-What else \ sending the body ahead In a de- Lnuiel, Captain' Phillip Cosgrove, who

i my own experience Johnny-Another box of candy.Mr. gree corresponding to the energy of will attend placing the buoys, pilotingand

f I I I have had Goodthing-Oh, wish something the arm and foot movement.For other important work. Captain Cos CH.4 aSz 7 & CO. ,

::1 a barn filled with else, your little stomach couldn't hold beginners at the swimming' gameIt grove is familiar with all of the coast, DEALERS IN"Wlaa.es -

clover Lay which all that candy. Is advisable to acquire the leg move- and will gave invaluable xemce The

.. cameeoneartak's. Johnny Another stomach. St. ment by holding fast with the hands cable will be put on btrifn. \\ I leI will P1.n.e : an.d. Liquors,
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WI ing fire and actually Louis Republic. to some stationary object before venturing be towed by a tug. The line from Key
;/ t West to Miami will .be by the Hawk'schannel. '417 ft 419 W. Bay St.,
to
afloat
G breaking keep Care should be

''f/i Ali i \ out Inflame that Nol.lr Than Neceiiarr. taken that the feet do not get above JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.
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i' r' ,. ( / t since then I am'ypoeiUvely "These neckties" went on the salesman the surface when making the' kick.
l I. I This results In During W. J. Bryan's recent speech at
sure I as he exhibited some striking samples what Is known as "the .

-- :-=" '-": that the spontaneous "need no praise i they simply speak club foot" and causes a waste of energy Glasgow, Ky., Mrs. Bryan fell asleep, Bombarding Dewey
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combustion for them elvell. as well as the making of an ungraceful whereupon her little daughter Ruth {[began ,, e With good things Uncle Sam Is

A SAFE HAYCOCK. of moist or "They do eh ," remarked the stylish swimmer pinching her arm, crying: "Wake J- r: preparing to do when he reaches

mere damp hay Is not only possibleand young man.. "Well, they make a mis After acquiring: | proficiency In' the: upmal'Pa'a making a real good'speech." '- this side of the pond. There will

even easy, but that it Is' possibleto take if they think every one is hard of bre't stroke the swimmer may devote '? + be no "extra dry" sauterne, claret,

put In hay la such a manner that, hearing."Philadelphia Record.Ye attention to various other styles'all of Sale of Stock, IIiW. .w in Burgundy his honor, or that any other will be that purer flows,

under tho right condition of the weather which have virtues to commend them. 1r
,a .5 higher grade, or of more exquisite
It will certainly heat to burning Golfer. and by virtue of a letter of hypothe- y boquet than what you will find in
simply by Internal fermentation and Far from"tho madding crowd' Ignoble strife Veranda FarnUuing. UNDER to it directed by George O. uleason, a.e p1 tf our superior stock at all times

oxidation of Its carbonaceous matter The golfer now proceeds to take his way, The veranda furnishing that is pledging, Certificates as security 3i,38,39 for and a certain 40, each indebtedness for ten- Our stock of fine wines, whiskies
1 1 have And It you have a mind to nave your life shares of stock of the East Coast "" ?M : unexcelled.Blum's .
; seen hundreds of mows and Run I shown In the Illustration from The La the capital and beers are
from him when he arms himself to play Realty Company, standing in the name of said
:', stacks of hay In my life the center of dies' World Is a combination chair and Oeo G. Uleasou upon the books of said corporation the State
of
.,. which, when taken down for use, has Full many a baffy, flying through the air, table. As here shown, it Is a the JSrevard County State Bank will soil at nr- Pure Rye Whiskey' 7 years old, delivered to any part
Boa placed a calm spectator on the shelf very com- public auction to the highest and best bidder express prepaid, for 320. .
been of dark brown and In
a some Instances Full many badger hoi boon laid on where fortable chair, with the back slightly for cash, In front ot the Court House Door at
1' bluck and actually charred )by It made the. hapless victim hump himself.For inclined. This back Is hinged to the Tltuavllle, Flu., during the legal pours of sale

the beat. rear end of the chair the upon the
'; he to dull forgetfulness a prey arms hinges FIRST MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER; ,1809,
; It is a frequent occurrence that ships being of ESTABLISHED 1880.
Who linger where tho golfer swings hi* out sight between the cleat .
the Raid stock,and will duly same to the
x 'are )burned by spontaneous Ores occur- clock, and the end of the arm. When the back purchasers by virtue of its authority assign as agent of
\ ring In the coal bunkers. The tact is Unless he dodges In an artful way, the wild Oeo.! U. Gleastm confeir. by said letter -
that damp carbonaceous matters, as la likely k IIct swiped upon the cheek. -of hypothecation. Bond: Lumber Co.
Chicago News. HREVAnn COUNTY STATE BANK. ,,
well as oily_ stuff of the same kind, willoxidize fWl RORIIINS .'
n \ \\\ \: GKAMAM
so actively as to take tire. How to BlakoWlne Sauce For Mutton aug44t Attorneys for Bank.foticp Manufacturers of and Dealers in

Secondary fermentation will not produce One tumbler) of current jelly, one

I Bulllcleut heat to cause combus- tumbler of tomato catsup, one teacup .6.. of Application for Permitto LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING,

tion, so that it Is a wise precaution to'Lavo of brown sugar, one tumbler of wine Sell Liquors, Wines and ,
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this first fermentation go on In and a wineglass of brandy. One half \ 'Beer. Mouldings Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange

the hay in the field, with the hay In pint of mutton gravy from which the : and Vegetable Crate We solicit correspondence.Saw .

cocks. The form of the cock Is best greaso has Ixvn skimmed. Thicken

; tall and slender, for In this form tho Just a little with flour. PUBLIC.notice have is hereby tiled with given the that Bated Losley of Planing. and Shingle Mills DeLand at Bonds and Mills Titusville., on J., T. & K. W R'y. Yards at

cock will shed heavy rains and yet County CominivHloneri of Brevard County
keep dry, It tho top Is In the State of (Florida their application Mr a
protected by a The
lion. Mark
Ilunua
arranging to permit to sell liquors, wines and beer In Election
common hay cap while a low, )broad visit Jerusalem before he comes home. District No. 2, of said County and State
: one Is Impossible to A good 8're that such plication will be acted on by the .
keep dry even many of the opinion that it ,ConimfHslonerH H. A. HODGES.
paid Hoard of County at their I ...
from a few.hours' rain. will be his only way to See It. I IIq next regular meeting, which will be held on the
i MANUFACTURER OF
The drawing shows the right shapeof tr
FIRST TUESDAY IN SEI'TEMBERA.P.1800,
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a haycock'and the manner of mak Tap, tap all day at the t, t Illji if 2:30 o'clock. In the.afternoon of said day, and ..Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
ing It self shedding of the rain with a machine' until the head the BKld hoard hereby calls upon any citizen of
cap one and a* half yards square of Y S throbs with And such Election District who may desire to do'0, ROUGH. AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.
every tap.
If there be. the said
to show cause, any at next in
common sheeting. If these shaped when the machine stops VERANDA regular meeting of said Hoard, why such permit Anyone contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building :
cocks are necessarily out In the weather ,' for the day the throbbing CHAIR AND TABLE. shall not be granted to the applicants.II any part of Florida, would do well to wvite for prices. The saw mills are locatedat
t'', still Is tipped forward, upon the tops of the v order of the Board of Count* C>mrnlslon- Buffalo Bluff, near IMlatka, on the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any
they will bo sate on.
against weeks of goes of Brevard Florida, this the 1st
ers day
L's arms, the piece of furniture becomesa County Fla.
of the East Coast. Address Buffalo Bluff
II. A. HODGES ,
More
than part : ,
wet, If such a misfortune should hap any : of August, A,D. 11J9.JOHN .
other class table, an article frequently :very convenient .
pen to a farmer, for the the ; of R. WALKER Chairman =:
on
cap top women the large upon a veranda. It is BO. plainIn aug4 4t Board of County CommUbioners, -
will turn the water there, and, the
5 e$ army of women Its construction that any one han SAW AND PLANING MILLS JACKSONVILLE YARD
Bides, well\ raked down, will shed all clerks needs toclosely dy with tools should be able to makeIt Master's Sale, Pnlatka FU. E. Bay St., Foot of Catherine-

the drip. Hay| put up In these cocks' watch}, the health of the organs using any kind of wood that may bo -
will cure perfectly with no risk of peculiarly womanly, For the general
'' health will be disturbed most conveniently procured.: Use mor- and by virtue of decreetof foreclng. WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY!
harm thu'flrst
and in
onco just UNDER
fermentation propor tise and tenon Joints and pin each sale entered the Circuit Court for ,
Is over there will be no secondary one, tion as the local health of the delicate, Urevard County,in the suit of Nora S.Well
womanly organs is disordered. With joint securely When finished, oil thor- et al ,VI Annie .J. JHrown, et al., 1 as special
for '
dampness afterward will be due to irregularities there will come pains in the oughly and rub tho surface smartly master appointed, by said decree, will tell In Manufacturers of -
water only and not to the of the front of the court house door at Tltnsvtlle, Florida
sap head, the back or side, nausea and gen with a woolen cloth. to the highest and best bidder for cash,during
grass, which is sufficiently carbonaceous eral misery. The happiness of the future the legal. hours of sale, upon the Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. *:
to start the requisite fermentation life of the wife and mother be FIRST MONDAY IN 8KPTKMUER.:
may entirely To Remote Mildew Stain. 18W, the following desorloed real estate Inlaid ,
for the production of heat. A secondary ruined by neglect of the health at This Is the season when mildew decree described situated in llrevard

wetting of the hay will cause this critical period. stains are most troublesome but county, Florida to wit i A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding mouldings, shingle.
theycan
l Women Lot 4,of lllock "0"in the town of Kdgartown
mold, but not any fermentation of the from confined in offices, shut'out be easily conquered even during according to the plat thereof on tile in the lath and picket always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress
nay by which heat will bo produced.I I necessary exercise will find a faith CJerk'Oalceof llrevard County llalll; lot being
the of all
midsummer mouldings a
ful friend in murky days. To stove patterns specialty.
am so of the Dr. Fierce'a Favorite Pre a part of Government Lot 1, ofseo 10,Tj. 3ft, S
suro possibility of scription. It po regulates the womanly mildew from linen, mix togethera R 40 E. Together with the building and u im When at home, write us for prices; when up our way come and see us.

spontaneous combustion of the hay functions and so strengthens the delicate tablespoonful of sft soap with provement upon said land.M, OOI.DSAI1T1Y ==
that I would be careful to -- -- ---'- -
avoid
. very organs that pain from these causes will enough powdered starch to make it aug4 14t Master
: the risk of It )by tho simple method of be absolutely done with
away and future rather thick, a teaspoonful of salt and

" having this fermentation go on In the health be perfectly assured. the juice of a lemon. Apply to the stain :;:::: BExecutor's Notice. FOR $3.20.
\ Held In a There is no cocaineor ..
safely made cock In which opium,
with a paint brush on both sides of "'
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there is other narcotic in .
not more than 400 pounds of "Favorite Prescription. the linen and leave the stained article NOTICE I it hereby- given to all whom It may Sent to us by Express, postof ice order or New York 'Exchange, we win

bay ," Neither does- ," "," .....: w out on the grass a daY and a night. or l\. concern that, .IxuP. o.nt.t.-.ro.1.! this. .date. send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID.
un iiuu. IJ
toe uniieraiKneu win inwvui tu u.Oaulden.
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Seeding Stiff Clay Soil to Ora... it contain alcohol Y+ until the spot Is removed. Repeat tho I County Judge of Brevard county, FOUR FULL QUARTSOf
whisky or other intox- process If necessary, but one application Florida, his final report account and vouchers,
Prepare the soil as for wheat in August leant ,. together: with his petition for discharge! as ex-
and In early September will generally prove sufficient eon tor of the hut Hill and testament of Emily the Celebrated
sow 10 "I wee ao weak I did not After the stain has disappeared have A, Reynolds,deceased. Seven-Year-Old
quarts per acre of timothy and )brush have breath to walk acrou Date d Fort Pierce Florida,this 8th Of
," the article thoroughly washed and at day
and roll It In. In March sow six quarts my Isfbell I room Miller write of New Miss| dried. June,A.1>,isaa. Calhoun Pure

medium rod clover on light snow or Providence, Cailoway Co., Ky.to My period o* R. 8. REYNOLDS Rye WhiskeyWe
light honeycombing, frost It for curred: too often and the hemorrhage would be Wlad Executor Estate of EmilyA.
pas prolonged and the lou of blood very exceuive. A Ores. _
ture, sow 32 quarts per acre of bluegrass also had spells which the doctor Mid were faint. Miss Blunt great-granddaughter of Reynolds, deceased.C. ship In PLAIN PACKAGES, no marks to Indicate contents (whIch will avoid t1I COP
seed in September with tho lug fit*. I could not tell when they were cominr T. McCarty, \ will get It and test It1 if It Is not satisfactory return it at OUR EXPEDSE tied
I tim on but they left me very weak. My stomach Lord Byron, was lately married to Neville Attorney tori Executor, junl6- motI your $3.30 cheerfully refunded. n i. Whiskey i. rood a. 3 00 in the market
othy.-Ohio Farmer would cramp until I could not.tra{!:hten. This Lytton, a member of the Dulwer We:are! close at hand and can Jhll you QUICKER DELIVERY than 'distant8 house. w e bats
would taut for been doing bnllnellsln this -
several hour I did oily an.lat the
not same our
gain stand for ntr
19 and to
over YEARS aa
r, strength! (rom one monthly period to another; Lytton family. After the wedding at Marriage Paper.01J.4! 'OXSU11LITV AND JUl'UTAT10: for honest dealing, we refer you to any merchant here, or w
The Leafless and w"very weak and nervous all the time. the editor of this paper.
Triumph "aeUa. .., advised by a kind friend to I was Cairo the couple rode ten miles across Thouand. of adT.rtlMr to sdeo
Dr.
A comparison was recently made by write Prescription,which I did try and before Pierce1 X bad Fa- the desert to her father' place near from.Formal Wealthy and patron nooal.Introduo 100 SOLOMON A LEVI
non
Rural New Yorker between the two took taken in two all six boitle bottle of it of 1 could the'Favorite work all day. | Heliopolia, where they were welcomed I ad.free M ladles. Sample copy wore lo. 1023 A: 1930' First Avenue

unique varieties of radish-viz, Triumph Won' and about five bottleof Dr. Pierce PreKrip.* Pellet by a troop of Arabs and Bedouins, iOCUTAYEI1CAN.TetedoChic.Great l P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
and Leafless. This showed *. I used no other medicine. I have .
". that never who in honor of the festival roasted a lesof () --- ,_
had
a return of this
both kinds arc early and that there U can pralllC Dr rterce1*trouble medicine since enough, and never for I whole flock of sheep. Big Maiant ll. SAduMPLEN: enand p'a NOTICE" ,-We pay Expl'Mi ChlU'fOl to all by "SOUTHEBN' EXPRESS.op*
MAjlUtD8 ot lo (or PANY but to poluu on line of other .
know they saved my JU.." upon rveelpt po tag. ExpressesoCtaomppnh, we prepay only to points
Toledo Adv, Bureau 14 St. Clalr*t.,Toledo, O. Southern Eiprw Company tran (er to said other Express Comp Dy,










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WALTa1S.Oa1HAnrl (it. n. ii.) l Tie rial iln>i Itnutl to ,1.- (

OBBINS I ..... Withll Sort. Brutes llii.l and 4th Sundays' In neb
THE GREATBLOOD Pt tIt "Wtintexer N world doing I III worth month at It" n.Umop. m. HuniUytcbool
every Aundayat ,, :; ) A. m. KvsnlnK prayer a&
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, doingvl"\ Ullt Iv the housekeeper'smotto I p. m. on M'ctlutittla}*. Litany nervlc* every

HOUBS:-From 10 to 12 a. I when engaged In this operation frltUjr at in a. m.
rricK m., Arvhdvaron it. F. HHOWJI, Rector.VRKftllYTKKIAN .
and 2 to 4 p. m. CURE nays .\1I'"l' Chi tt...""' ", wh,. advice -- -_.. --

TmrsvitLK, Brevard Co., Florida 'I on innklng fruit jelllen. U. here reproduced : rilfRClt.rTlo .

ko. BOX, 10S.win from The Housewife: The firsteuro .>. every Sabbath" lit II a. ni.tml-' p.m.
I ; practice la aU the court*- uu and fed r Sunday shoo| at in a. 11I'1 (1"0. W. 8 tihle.
FREE. : U to I IH exercised lu the choice of Mtint. ''r''YIII'lIu.-Unar on wVilnmilny. evening
[special facilities for examining: and perfect. the fruit. The" stage at which the nat at T:;1I1. The milillc err cordially invited to attend -
land titles.R.110UGtITON'S. Oil r nrrtli-rit.
Bg A Cure for Blood and Skin Dis- ural gelntlnnu iMilwtnncv U present In lie,.JOHN A, IICnilFns, )' *tor.IUITIST .

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eases, Eczema, Ulcers, Pim- full foire\ Is that In which maturity In ---. -- -

ples, Scrofula Blood Pois- reuehed. ( iit'RCII.

on, Cancer, Kidney Trouble Let mo ny right betv that an oil or Presehingevery second l and fourth Sundays
morning and evening, %
: frajrr Mm-tinn everyrUnM.lay
| FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTSon Boils, Malaria, gas stove with one burner will give thl'IIl'C.'l'lItlnr3' evening, at TH: ) o'clink. Sunday
heat, with much less. tllsoom- Bchonl every Sunday at 8L1: II, in. Also preach
the Denies
Rheumatism.
( ) T I ing tint Sunday at le0range. All are cordially
fort to the operator than n coal or n Invited to attend

Now at Palm Beach. A TRIAL TREATMENT PENT PRIVATELY wood stove. Take a !granite or poroo- E.N. HrLL l'allt\r.

BY MAIL FREE! TO ALL WHO lain lined Muownrv saucepan largo ns
SUFFER. I I
The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one inmate,
L. GAULDEN, to circumference and not more thAn MKTHODISTCIIfRCll.RpRntar \ .

D. nlf Blood any or Skin 1an Trouble or woman mill write nuflTerlng! UII we; from an seventy years of age, who has been in the infirmary for three years, eight or ten Inches deep. Ijiy the services every flrnt, third) and fourth

ATTORNEY AT-LAW them free of charge and prepaid to dc fruit In thin and net It Inutile n tin ftnmlayi at It a. in. and final I), m. Humlay
wllllllm"l I pan
sufferer from and has been Tab.
a trial bottle of Botanic Hloort Halm ( a great indigestion, taking Ripans MchooftTory Sunday at 10io: a. in. Kpwortb: \
the famous Southern Blood of boiling waten with n couple of muf U. earli .
In all the Remedy gu* Hnnday at Scan \> m Mayer nieetlnit -
Will Florida practice, and the United Conrti States Court of: the. Buteit permanently cured thounandR of ('A"I'II. nome of tales about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he is fin ring underneath to keep the fruit : ery 'fhll.I", nights T: 2?1ean' standing and Ladle Aid .
\ after dO'tot'll. honnltaUand Society meets'
We..n.y
1.0 Box,335. TITUSVILLE, FLA. patent medIcine.. had failed. Remedy ha* 'I I [never without them. He is willing that his name should be used in from too cli> e contact with the heat. at SrtW: p. m. kverylsolypek'rnneatourehuroh every
been thoroughly tented for pant 30 year and Cover closely) and boll fiit until soft. "rrloe..
Money to Loan. 18 ,, perfectly aate to take by old or TOUHR. 1'1 I I a testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other person Un. A. n. ricNNKr, Factor
Balm I* an honest Inexpensive remedy that Let your jelly bag bo u huge cornucopia
may test before you part with your money. you to try them. A second old gentleman, in the same institution, of double cheese cloth lnII'rI3'lI'alth'll. -

llVf GOLDSMITH, CURES MADE BY BLOOD BALM I I Plneo broom handle CATHOLIC CHURCH.HtrTlce .
i Allan Grant of eighty-four years of age, has had liver trouble for many years and a over
Sparta Oa cured of painful the backs of chairs In free at 10 a. m. Sunday In
two n room \ every
ore on lip called epithelial earner; Julia E.. finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have two Church bulldlnir, North Tlt\i vllle. llhl..lren".
ATOKNEY-AT-LAW Johnson, Stafford J', 0., 8. C., cured of terrible : from dust, hang the bag over thin by oateohlmu at a i>, in.

itching Bryant Moody eczema, Tex of 13, cured year. aianding of aalt rheum: W. A.fa I i I I nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer two stout lands, jxHir In the hot fruit Ray J. F, O'IItI\'LI, Rector.

ntusville, Florida. hand. HI* hand resembled a burned eurfaeesuffered Blood from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nerve and let; It hang all night.
four ,
year yet cured by Botanic i
Men 1 the the next
Balm B. W. Beazley, of Amerlcns, Ua., suffered I ousness. They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they mi re Juice morning ML'MCM'AI-
with sores ell over hi* body eating Into ,, and for every pint allow n pound of _.- .-
r j. VVEUU, hole. Blood Balm cured him; sound and well. > have in their The also
j'a L. H. Sewell of Atlanta Oa., cured by four hotie. ,- n I always a package pockets. matron states t the bout' Hiigar.. Ho sure that you are TOWN COUNCIL

of a terrible eating ulcer on lug, 8. W. that she is forty-five years of age and at times suffers with indigestion buying cane sugar fur thin purpone as Mayor Adtieinar Brady aldermen Jnn.
A ATTORNEY -LAW, Pops, of Jackson" Ga., had vloleut akin dlsoane, beet migar always contain. a certain DUon W. II\, Knox, .Inn. R. \\olKr, I).
entire body almost a scab yet permanently and of and finds that R. .
the. I.
Will In B. causing pain paroxysms belching, of moisture. Net the 1I1I1I1I1"n\ llrudyi I as.rc".rtfienr I r
practice the Courts of the 7th cured by B. B. J. J. Head' of Athens. Ua,, amount juice over \ treiiHiirert r. H. h 'hulcrt marithaandoolli
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents five had years eczema tried on doctors hands and arm patent and legs uiodluliie, suffered Tabules are very good indeed and is perfectly willing to have her the tire, and exactly :Uo mlnutcx! from
|and rents and accounts collected. Blood Balm cured him a few scars remaining used in testimonial. the (time It ban (wguii to boll throw In meets are Tunndiiy In each month
name a
where the sores had healed Air*. W. J. the which In tho meantime bait
'itusville' Florida.I Steed,of Augusta Oa had recurring IxillH Will WANTED t-A_. bad bills... 1t"t'P'.1t'1i win._ "-..., TVr........ Ml 11...< ***** Bf*. Ot.Isi.e sugar, INDIAN
cured by only tire bottles three year ago. rrit.f' WeM...._ Itl tt *** ae MMMUM. a'I''A.M.17 tlrw.-...*riMr been heating, but not scorching ormelting. RIVKR llTARDa.
.
Perfectly well since. .Mr*. M. L. Adams, of ._tee.......... bow as an,4.... rs.ae._ Mpfe, u4 _. tha>M4 ...H--.>.T"l Hlie
Fredonlu, Ala., had deadly cancer was givenup .. ...W uz..u.- Lee l soy Ir.ardut N ...&tpoaa Milt,1N. _. ...1'e r.... In shallow ptuw In n lukewarm Drill at therm..r)', over nnunty ,all, every
llmedsyev'ening In Ilin In.dt11tateo'clock.
I 0. FRIES, C. E. to die by nine doctor, yet wan cured by oven. A lire 01 newspapers or |
\ M .
.. .. R. K. IMS,J It., Cal'&Iln.1iOAilli
J Botanic Blood Balm. --
W. I' MclJaniel, of Atlanta twigs lu tho cook stove will heat the
cured of rheumatism but what more
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land need we say? We could till thin paper with oven enough for thin purpono. Stir
wonderful cure, and remember, all these troubles Ale I1U Pill. U lu. nn i form Hud nuifonnly and long until It U dissolved remove tho spoon, OP THA UK.
legally are caused by Bad flood In the system, and tndlniilly Inn nvtizcd bar," and the
surveyed ( Meet .
and sub-divided. urcmul In
A local i III nllnIt to boll and qtery Wednesday night each
Blood Balm cures because It forces all the clergyninn telling a joke on up Just onco {pour
lnl cheer month at 8 o'clock/ In
tnl ini stn
  • iit vocifeornnly : room over i ontofltce.
    [Mapping neatly done. Estimates for poison outward hence. there cannot bo a return himself lIe went to Chicago on business Into glasses that hare IKHMI scalded Judge' 51. H. Jeers, |I'r.'elltl. | J, JIllaon.,
    of the Rymptom ed. whit I"U ciinHitl the professor to nay,
    troubles and was askel by a family In his and dried but are still hot. It trelUOlI..r'| J. (M hast.o'retary,
    Ball kinds of engineering works. Disputed Don't trine with blood and remember "Silence*' This drllnitlon was made very
    even If tarsaparllla, tonics, doctors and church to cull on H married daughter these pnx-cHHCH have bltt'll carefully
    lines a specialty. salves have failed in your case, that B. B. 11.- and chectfij. with, the usual reprimand
    Botanic Blood 1I.1lm-ls different from anythingelse there. The pastor called and received frequently during the,. Lectures Once, followed the Jelly will begin to not at COUNTY OKl'ICKItH.8CIIUt. .
    STITUSVILLE, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. and cures, to stay cured by expelling the hospitable wfjcoine. They urged himto once, If Jelly ferments, It shows that
    the conclll lon. however the etudentH -
    poisonous matter from the blood. This Is eth near .
    only remedy that cures in this way. come to dinner but he had an en did. not cheer hut: Lord Kelvin the migar wan Impure-that Is. that It IIOAUI
    HOW TO OBTAIN BLOOD BALM. gagement. Then they remarked, "Well, contained 1 moisture When Jellies' after J. J\(. Dixon, TIUiRvlllei; K. N. Andrews
    from force of imblt. rapped out "Si Cocoa B. .', Olblm Melbourne
    GEORGE W. ALLEN, WRITE 1"01FREE TRIAL BOTTLE. will you not eat a little InncheonT'The keeping for a time, show little hard) | ,
    ,
    lence I" the HII/ me ns b rore.
    '
    If you are satisfied that Botanic Blood Balm hostess pointed as she spoke to a crystals on the top. It ls because sugar

    ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, sale U what by you all need druggists you; will for find(1.00 large, or six bottle.battles for small table on which were a small dish A C.(e .......,- and juice were billed together It your COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.J. .

    (full treatment) p5.. For free trial bottle address of salad some bread and fruit. "Well.I A Irishman once went to a Jollies are not sulUclently firm, net R. Walker, Titunvllle chairman! Joseph
    Key West, young/ Mendel, I.aUraIlItOI J. H. Walker tllnur.
    Florida. Blood Balm Co., Atlanta ( ,
    I Oa., and bottle and 146l11ltcbeIl8t.\\ be sent, don't care if I do, replied the caller, kind hearted old squire for a recommendation them In the sun for two or three siccenKlvo Jno. llouiton, Eau ttalllei; N. Waller, Ankonal
    Will practice in the United States all charges prepaid. Describe your trouble andwe who drew up a chair and began an onslaught An elaborate one was written days If bl''t'Hllury, but do notrvboll Regular elontara hold tint Monday In each
    and State Courts. will Include free personal medical advice. month
    OJunOS on the provisions. lIe fancied and read to him lIe took it with them.

    they had been arranged expressly for thanks but did not move."What's The above rule obtains for all sorts COUNTY OFFICIALS

    him and it was only after he bad got the matter with It?" roared of JellleH, although a word or two of
    3 ALPH'E. SMITH M. D. Minor S. Jone, Tltimvllle\ circuit Judge| | n.
    AGENTS WANTED. For "The Life and through that he noticed the blank looks the squire. caution an to the different sorts may bo t,. laiilden. Tltimvllle, county judge) M.
    Achievement Admiral Dewey" the world'* of the family In fact he had devouredthe "Oh notbin. said the lad added. 'For red currant Jelly It Is most tuldnntlth, Tllimvlllo, pnmnmitlnic attorney) r
    eorr.
    hero. !Murat Halstead, the lifelong
    greatest By A. A. Stewart Tltniville, clerk circuit court i J.
    PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. friend and admirer of the nation' Idol. entire luncheon which all bad expected quickly. Important that the currants should not JI'. Woolen, Ciwna, tax anneimor. | K. W. Mall,
    Biggest; and best book over BOO pages, SilO to eaL"Madam be Tltimvllle, tax oolUtulori I Juhnll.llr)',Tltllnllle,
    overripe. clean fruit that
    Specialist in Genito "Well then don't you got""Sire Try to get
    J why
    Urinary and Rectal Inches: nearly 10J pages half-toue illuetratlone.OnlylDl.80. treasurer! J. II. Ham, Courtenay, auperlnteiid-
    Enormous demand. Big commissions. what must you think of sorr, I thought on the stringth will require no washing, and It you are ent mitillo IlIltrwllulI| J. O. Fries Tltn vllle, r
    Diseases.. quick.. Outfit The Dominion free. Chance Company of a lifetime., 3rd Write Floor met" he exclaimed to the hostess. of a recommind like that yon'd be satisfied as to the rleanllnofla of the county surveyor| J. 1', Drown,TllulIV,lIelhurlft''.

    127 Forsyth Street. Caxton Bldg., Chicago, "Out let me beg of you not to judge all wantln to hire me. "-Sun Francisco picking they need not bo removed from

    I JACKSONVILLE, FLOBIDA.j Kentuckians by me. I am the sole Argonaut. (heir stems, but If full of leaves and GOLD I I Is of no value when health I Is

    stupid one in our state." -- -- IIoll81hlo insects look. over them_ ._. cnrn- In danger. What's of more value ?
    Sound' TrahimUclon. He 'was equal to the lady whose unerrr no I01". fully. Homo fruit which will ta mentioned Pratt's up-to-tlato tablets will break upa

    Dot. C. II. PEETE, Water is a very good transmitter of hostess showed her a dish ot watercress! Make a dough same as for baking will require only 12 or 14 ounce, cold In one day, and for constipation
    j powder biscuit and roll It Into a thin, and biliousness and all malarial trouble
    the of Cal- at side table just before dinner waa to the ,
    sound. A scientist of name a pint, but currants require) tho
    oblong sheet. Drain two cupfuls of It has no iua1. lly mall prepaid for 2.'ic.
    EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT ladoj made some experiments on Lake served Thinking it had just been purchased pitted cherries spread[ them evenly full pound. Pratt Medicine Co., Station I), Chicago,
    I Geneva, Switzerland, to demonstrate she stuck her band in the dish Ill {Send for sample
    tho of the dough, leaving nil
    over top
    568 Cherry Street, the power of sound to travel a long way and took a handful of it only to find it Inch wide space,along each side. Sprinkle ITEMS OF INTEREST.A .

    in water. A clock was made to strike dressed with French salad dressing and Mrs.. Emmnns Dlalno baa Idled in Chl-
    Macon Ga. a cupful of sugar over the fruit
    nnder the water and was heard to a prepared to accompany the birds at the sift ono tablespoonful of cornstarch or handsaw bearing date of 1030 was cai( an Individual personal property

    distance of 12 miles. In a second experiment meal.-Louisville Times. flour over this and form Into a roll like dug up recently at North East, Pa. cluMlulo for lfiOi,000.; () )(). Sluice she Is by

    McL. DANCY D. D. L. the striking of a clock was A locomotive Georgia railroad the wealthiest resident
    TVyM He Noticed the Mkenraa.. jelly cake. Wring a muslin cloth a lit. on a no means of Chi

    heard to a distance of 27 miles. A Parisian swell recently had a too larger than the dumpling out of hot picked up a pig en its cowcatcher and cago, though her schedule Is tho largest

    Graduate of Philadelphia College of A Triple Coincidence.An crayon picture of himself made, which water, flour the Inside, wrap U around carried six miles without hurting it yot filed, bur action Is being pointed to 1

    Surgeon, class 1872. Perfect operations almost incredible triple coincidence he afterward pretended to find fault the roll nnd baste cloudy together, Seta Fish stories in Connecticut are restricted as an example for wealthy tax dodgers

    promised. Hazeltine Block, corner Bay was noted, in France a few years with. plato In a kettle, lay tho dumpling on by a law which penalizes tile
    and It. cover deeply with boiling water and) catching of more than 80 trout In one IScwnruof OliitiiientM for Cutarrh
    Laura St.,. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ago. In 1894 the deputy for the Ar- "It does not bear the slightest resem-
    hours
    dennes was M. Ferry ; for Loir et Cher blance to me." said be "and I will not boll steadily for 1V4 Do not uncover day. that Contain ]>Icrcury,
    M. take it. the kettle except toward the lust Kaiser Wilhelm ban decided that .
    M. Orisson and for the Vosges. ..
    As will the
    ROBERT McCARREL, Hugo. In 1703. 101 years earlier each The artist protested, but all to no to sec If more water ls needed Serve Richard Wagner's statue shall stand by of smell meicury and l complutoly surely destroy doraniro sense tho
    hot, with a sauce mado of one heaping side of the in the Dorlin -
    in the avail the goldfish pond
    district had been represented\; whole sy t<5m when entering It through
    CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER chamber by a man of exactly the same After the dandy had left the painter cupful of sugar and one-third of a cup Thiergarteu. the rmiuous surfaces. Much articles
    ful of butter beaten to a light cream.
    name.-San Francisco Call added to the portrait a magnificent pairof A Mlmtonri paper announced that: a should never be unixl except on prcHctlp-
    Churches ass' and exhibited it in the window Just before serving flavor with lemon Lions from reputable pbynlclanH. tho
    especially. Steam stone works -------- ears woman cannot get into society in Kansas 1111
    Nut Her Style. thus altered, to the gaze of the and whip In the white of two eggs City unless the decollete of her damage they will do Is ten fold to tho

    CONCORD AND PRITCHARD STS.} "The ideal" exclaimed the sensational curious public. beaten to a stiff troth gowns extends down to the third knob good you can ponxlblo derive from them.all's .

    CHARLESTON actress as she beat an angry tat It hadn't been long exposed when the of her back bone, while she Is not admitted ( Catarrh Cure, m an ufict until by
    So. CA.
    Toledo.
    Y. J, Co. On.
    Cheuoy; contains
    too on the floor with her slipper. dandy entered the artist's studio In a LEAN in New York society unless it no mercury, and U taken internally,

    \ "What's the trouble Can't you get towering rage, and, finding that threats extends to the sixth knob. acting llruclly upon the blood and mucous

    your divorce?" amounted to nothing be at last offeredto :. sulfates, of the system In buying

    "Yes but that lawyer has offered to bay it, even at a considerable advance lull's Catarrh (Jure 110 aura you get the

    secure it without publicity I"-- Washington upon the original price. PEOPLE ..Ten Kind of Mnake In A Well. genuine It U taken internally and U

    'ERRYSI : StarA "//t wasn't strange you didn't recognize John PuliHkia and several other Italians nude Tclodo, Ohio by K, J. Cheney k

    your resemblance to the picture<< at at Birch Point, near the Valley Co, Testimonials tree. Elf-HuM: by

    first said the painter, "but I knew ,: Cttanlintu got railroad between EHH X and Old Say IruggldU, prlco 75o perbuttle. JI all',

    SE'EDSJ Chance to UxhIMt. you'd notice the likeness as soon as I with/ health.tttarrh J/ wi brook, uncovered an old well Friday family ('11111 are tho bust

    "Gracious, Eleanor, why do you give added those ears. "Spare,Moments t-- whirl any. which had not been used for many yearn -
    WI cannot
    werefamouayearu.gotheirfaroegrow a luncheon In such hot weather 7 .'."<<'J bt and had dried up. It was half filled James JellilcH says he I ls an "American
    I wholly
    ovary relivU your-fie on-asalw.y.the IIt.'t'ds "I simply have to, Harvey. You forget Marriage by Halter. '- clean. with Hand and dirt. The well was cov born and bi wl." tio was Sitting Hull.-

    For 'lulu, blue b)' ludh'K amt' that we have a new dining table I Among ignorant' people[ of English Make" stern. ered bye Inrgo flat rock 7 :,y 8 toot In Troy 1'rotjH.{

    4T4) und nlwuy worth I I'. jpj and new chalrs.-Cblcago Record. birth it is fully believed that a wife al lo efforts to size Straw saturated with oil was seton

    / buvliiK-buy them.Frrrr'a Hun. .''f.t:, bought with money or good is legally k be free from'thin fire and thrown into the bole. Boon ill.tunrck'K 1'ervu .

    18t1t1l Annual In ..... '"At More Information. married if the purchaser leads her all A' reptiles came swarming out, and 85
    'c %.!'. M. rEIcHt' .. LUBrtruli li disgusting Wan the result of his splendid health,
    Tommy-Say, the home halter. killed while eHcapod.
    Mlea.PSY paw way by a disease Mrs. L. A, Johnston, 103 were many wore Indomitable will\ and tremendous energy

    Mr. FIgg-Well? Mr. Daring Gould, the Englieh'antiquarlan 1'ilhaiii and Itlpley Kta., Montgomery, There were seven varieties, sad the ire not found whore Htomacb, Liver,

    'How big Is the universe tells of a village poet knownto Ala. tells her experience with catarrh lurKed wan a black snake nearly six feet Kidneys and Rowels are out of order.

    "As big as all outdoors of courseI ."- him who bought a wife for a half of the, stomach and how she WILl long.-Hartford Courant.M If you want these qualities and the .uc-

    Indianapolis Journal. crown and led her 12 tulles to Ills cot cuss: ", use Dr. Klug'a Now Life'Ills. ';

    fr>f\ CURED with vegetable ,I tage. cured: A Mother Tells! How She Saved They develop every power of bralu {
    I Vlt i HPmedlew Hava cured Light "I will state to that I have and Wo: at F. M. Clialtoo's
    *-' % / many thousand can* &. .. The squire and the rector protested you body. Only : j
    Her Little Duiitfliter'rt Life
    sllaihuytOIr.mov. Stern Parent (to a young applicant to the village poet that he wa* not taken eight Ixjttles of your re-ru-na drug store t

    'nytal1Pasttwotlinl.n
    D*. a. a. CUtl'S SOBS box K, Atlanta. U* can you support a family? "Why, yes I be. he replied. "I'll 'Oo4 bless Dr. Ilurtmuo and Pc-ru-na.' bad a great deal of experience with A careful census of how many dif <
    wantedSarah And I earnestly assure you that It medicines. Last summer my little eront kinds of Democrats there are In J
    Young Man (meekly-I) only take uiy Ulble oath I never once; tcok
    baa done me more good than any medicine laughter bad the dysentery In !Its worst the country would make an Interesting
    sir.-Tlt-Klts. the baiter off till ebe'd crowed the doorsill form. We thought she would die. I
    the door shut" I have ever taken In my life. I contribution to our statistical Informa
    and
    CO YEARS' what was tried everything I could think of, but
    EXPERIENCETRADE The la tent iinftBDcenof such wife sites prescribe It to every one I meet who nothing seemed to do her any good. I Ion.. :- .'

    Freddle-I'a, what's human nature? occurred in 1898 and:lBSO, when women is Buffering, ax the bent medicine In laW an advertisement In our paper that 't j

    e Pa-That's the thing that always were sold in Little Horton and in the world, and have made many con Jhambcrlaln's Colic, Cholera and Diar The Wiser Way '.; '

    a catches It when a fellow can't blameIt Dudley In these cases a blue) ribbon Tens who arc now rejoicing in the rhoea Remedy was highly recommended "
    Times- which have derived and and bottle It "How fresh and rosy you look, Nora, vj ,
    on anybody else.-Chicago took the place of the straw halter great good they sent got a at once.
    tell that I to be of the best medicines exclaimed Isabel, who bad just returned /
    I proved
    Herald. from the same. can you one very
    ladies the idea
    ,
    symbolic
    Bat gentle beach her .
    from the and was greeting!
    la ,
    am almost entirely relieved of Indigestion we ever had the bouse. It saved ;
    MARK For III. ....ltb. was the same.A that great foe which ha tortured my little daughter's life. 1 am anxiousfor friend. :
    to be put mother to know hat "Yes, dear, replied Nora, "I am feel- :
    DCSIGNSCoPYRIGNTS f\oUtalre-Arulnaldo seems Lord Kelyl. every an excellent
    \ and eat .
    can now have .
    Laugh om me so many years Ing splendidly and mama rays 1 <
    dl. medicine It Is. Had I known It
    F f 1 lots of style A Manila
    *'<. >".MndJnf. iketch and dMxrlptlon mar Ung on the 4 good story is related of Lord Kel anything I deitlre without It U fruit oraomCllhlog' at first It would have saved me a great aa alarming appetite" I''; ,
    to mountains
    .. be bat
    $ .
    .rtaln our oplnioa free wtother an. patch says gone acid." "Where In the world have been \
    Inv.ntl'nn t* probablntable. Commenmn ...- .ummer.-Dblo Journal vins' lecturing methods at the Glasgow deal of anxiety, and my little daughter you j
    the
    .U".' ..strictly eona
    Pt.it. oidMt taken anner for curing patonl.* can use long words IQ such formidable I's-ru-as It U best to have Dr. )Iartman's f. nI1 DICK, Liberty, R. I. For sale by "I have remained at home replied '" 1 L
    would make break book for women r hit all druggists and medicine dealers.MdWaltkty. Nora, "and have worked hard every day.but *
    array as a dictionary special
    ScIQnriiic Rmerkaae The ,soothing and healing propertiesof I have been taking that wonderful '|
    Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, Its its binding with horror. During a book on chronic catarrh. These book --- --- medicine, Hood's Sarsaparilla and It has 1

    A handlOm.l nhRtnte4 ...tlr. Ijw .
    ,..I,! tour o|months any Meniuto$1. SoW Imirnat I/J'all "Term....,.....s.W,.a, eat cures, have made It a great favorite for instance be defined sn Ideal magnet -ine Company, Columbus, O. AUdruggtits OPIUM oul pt'1 l boon odealers Mr- always like to feel well when I go away, ,
    For sale "an infinitely long, Infinitely tell Pe-ru-na. Mnl f R e, and I leftve for the mountain next
    MUNN & Co wa" NewYorkt with the people everywhere. fs .___ II ..M wool IIV CO. "
    l'1IIce, dz Te by all*druggists and medicine. dealers.; BKVB I IM, lot Xoru Fryer 8k ""ok. i
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    A WIIKLT JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE DEVELOPMENT BAKING
    : Or THE INDIAN RIVER, LAKE
    1 WORTH AND BIMAVKB BAT. nOTI..I.PUDLIIUdw The New York Journal, In a recent FLA.YOU .
    issue, inquires why there are F0WDEB

    KVKItl FKIftAY. so many bachelor apartments in ABSOLUTELY would do well If you have'property to nell and want it advertised In
    the cities, and wonders if men anti PURE paper free of cent to you, and put in the hands of live men, to write at IM
    1 CHARLES 11. WALTO, Editor & Proprietor.IMncontlinmnoe women have ceased to fall in love, and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public. once t/
    r and is marriage out of style? Uniloubledly Makes the food more delicious gy Many Bales will probably be made this winter by this Agency. \Vhy

    of adrts. must be made personally there Is a perceptible] _.l (.......rtnmti ea,xtw vom. yours. Dot'

    at thin offlre or by writing.a decline in the proportion of mar PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre 2.00 to 1000.
    ---- -- LANDS 2.00 to $20.10
    CHANGE and VEGETABLE ,
    /' per acre.
    Check,etc., may l he made payable to CHARLES riages. This i Is especially true Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of Pa, I
    H. WALTOIT,publisher and proprietor .among the thoughtful and earnest TIIK climax of advertising enterprise Tibb'als.Mrs. Gallic; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables Price, $1,000. I
    -the very class which, ,for the future is. probably exhibited by the t ORANGE GROVE. 14 acres, 50) miles south of 'fltu vlJle. Will pay $looo()( felt I

    Address all communication to of our race, it is desirable Advertising' Hoard of the Isle of year. and $2,000 next. Price, $7,000.
    II. D. Iloke, of Jensen, was the LANDS Titusville from $5 to $2;)
    INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, HAMMOCK near per acre.
    Man island rtbotit
    should But the fault does mi lying forty
    marry. guest of Mrs. J. II. Andrews on Wed miles
    One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2J west of Titusville
    TlTfilVILLK. f'LOHIUA. lie with the Dan- miles off the cost of England.I This nesday last guod fw
    r. not nature, says I pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $.' .0.00.Grain .
    kirk, N.- Y., Daily Hernld. '1 he body issues gratuitously to all who Mr. and Mrs. James Holmes of Jensen -

    i U. S. Dcpiirtnirnt of Agriculture normal], bighearted man, healthyof rare to have it, nn official( guide, were pleasant callers In this placeon =:

    i Weather Hur'nu-.pUcr, Fla. mind and body, has the same voluminous in bulk, comprehensivein Wednesday afternoon.. We are always T..6.ME :8_ :80-c.reS:

    ': '' longing as had his father and scope, and containing: map pleased to see our neighbors. ,

    !! The following is a comparative statement grandfather for a home of his own, which is crowded with detail, and The ladies' afternoon tea party met

    ;',f of temperature and rainfall for the a wife to love him and children to shows, among other features, cycle last Wednesday. at the residence of Mrs. Hay Feed Flour Grits Meal and
    .f. r1 Andrews. There full at
    wan a
    week ending Tuesday, Aug. 22, 1800. ,, ,
    ,' -1808- call him father. lie wants dear routes over the I island, marked at tendance and, as usual, all had a very

    .' DATE. MAX.18W-:! MIX., MAX. MIN. ones to live for, to work for and to points where the riders should dismount pJeasant-tlme. Cotton Seed Meal New Garden Seed arriving Fresh

    \ 10 00 74 H:, 72 love. lie well knows that "Not and also indicating the J. T. Waters sold, this week, to Walter
    ( 17 '87 78/ 88 71)! what we have, but what we share," places where one may continue to Hitching one of Stuart's prominent

    ]8 87" 74 80! 71 makes the real joy of life. The ride, but should put on the brake. merchants and pineapple growers, ten all the time.
    ;; 88 70 81 72 thousand .
    : 10 very choice pineapple plants.Mr.
    root of the trouble is economic. A
    20 80 76 85: 75 Kltching's experience 'teaches him Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to man
    .' 21 87 70 85 7.J: home consists not alone of the hnp- WE have received several letters that it pays only to buy or plant the beast Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotatlom or,

    ,f 22 87 72 86 75: piness which transfigures it and from various parts of the states, healthiest and best plants in order to Lowest cash prices.

    Total rainfall for the week: 1.05.( makes of it the dearest spot on asking information cercerning the get good results. Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

    Departure from normal rainfall for the earth. Homes are in houses, and scheme for protecting orange: trees The, schooner yacht Waif arrived in
    , week: minus O.( 0 inches Departurefrom port last Monday afternoon with Capt.
    they cost money:either to purchaseor from frost. Many articles'referring
    normal rainfall since January 1, E. Webster at the wheel and Mr. and
    I minus 4.08InchE'R. to rent. furniture must he lo this invention have been repeat. I i Mrs. E. E. PeaboJy,.owners;, and Mr. CHAS. R. WELSHANS

    .1. W. GRONK Observer.IT bought and household supplies! obtained wily printed -in-. the ADVOCATE.. and -A.-. Cox: one of WHpn'a prominent pineapple t ,

    ----.--- and constantly replenished.As our renders will oblige us by direct growers: as their guest Mr.

    Is that the years pass the growing ing all communications to Mr. W. Peabody and party have been on a trip'
    now currently reported
    \ up the coast, as far north HH Titusville i
    CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR
    and its increasing PLASTER
    family constantly
    Roosevelt und Plat lire \'eryanx. II. MrTarland, the inventor, Titus. visiting the different towns along the ,
    ". ious about the assembly elections needs make heavier and heavier ville, Flu., who will gladly. furnish coast. This is the first trip he has takenon

    f- In New York the coming fall. demands upon the pocket book of nil information needed.NCiTWITU8TANDING his new yacht of any distance.-aml Agent for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.

    ..\! its head. Everything, then depends, the entire partyfare delighted\ with the
    elegant yacht and trip in genera).
    ;: IK merchants worked as upon keeping the pocketbook supplied the few words Jtjf- Write for Samples and Prices.
    some and that something that in Geo. E. Andrews, like many others of
    [ :i., lard to build 1 up their own business these timesof industrial recently uttered by the premier of our pineapple growers, is now very Old 'Phone 8. }jut 13 Hogan Street
    depressionno
    , \ as they do to tear down that of their Canada, a number of business firmsin busily\ engaged in electing a shed over ,

    ' ; competitors, there would not be so man can be sure of doing livery that country are using a private his pineapple plants 'as a protection JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
    ;: day men are losing employment, against frost, and it Is also very beneficial
    which is in
    curd :
    I failures to record* postal on prjnted
    many during the dry season to
    and every time a man is thrown out protectthe
    : colors an emblematic] device indicating fruit and plants'against the scorching
    } of work blow is struck
    *' a deadly at the union of feeling between rays of the summersun; and accord.
    WK' are preparing for a great American home. & Baker
    an ing to Webster, who the McMurray
    Great Britain and the United State. says native
    ; moral advancement by giving up These things the unmarried man home of the pineapple is in the dense, ,
    Columbia with the eagle at her
    I i : traditions and guesses and depending sees. lIe knows that, no matter shady forest of the tropical south,
    t upon the facts of life. To what his position in the present, feet, and Britannia! with the lionat therefore, better results may be expected 410, 412, 414, 410, 418 Main St Jacksonville, Fla.
    r.\ know these, and to live in harmony her feet are seated together, under sheds, as well as a protection -
    he has
    that in the
    no assurance with shields the two against: frost. Mr. Andrews expects :3BCacaLc5LTi.artoi's For
    the pf countries : a-
    reveal is have
    ,;' with the laws they to future he will be able to earn even to shed six: acres this season, as
    in front of them. The American
    k a basis for stable progress. I the necessaries of life for himself. the writer is informed, and such being

    '..' Naturally he hesitates to assume and British flags are wavingover the case, he will give employment to Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles
    them, a picture of the globe quite a number of men, as well as a ,
    .' TilE latest lifeboat, which has the responsibility of other lives appearing in the center, and wovenin good support to the lumber" dealers. 1A.nd ,
    l 11; the British admiralty when the outlook is
    been
    approved by so uncertain. : Sundries."KELLY" .
    the device are the words, "Anglo
    During the past eight the writer
    carries three When be be able years
    t ; long cylinders may not to pro. has
    -Saxon, Gloria Mundi. One aim, closely observed the many expeiiments -
    '" into which 1,000,000 cubic vide for himself, he shrinks from one goal. All's well that end well. of the residents of this section of SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on you wheelsat

    ,fa. feet of air can be cOlUpres ed.f" undertaking (the care of others. the county, as well as experimented short notice.

    This air will drive the lifeboat flfji There is no more serious phaseof considerably myself in trying to find

    l; teen miles an hour for six hours the industrial promblem than Peon FRANK'S cigarette law has something that could be successfullygrown I
    h
    ,. this That numbers of been proven by Judge R. M Callt on our high sandy hammock
    large our lands
    especially near the river front, HAMMOND PACKING CO.
    Frank
    i. be unconstitutional.
    !_' '\ A LETTER to the ADVOCATE from best citizens, industrious!; earnest, where it does not, In"soma sections, appear -
    Clark made himself much talked to be (Formerly The G. II.'IIammond Co.
    If' Long Branch tells us that the bath thoughtful men. should deliberately adapted to pineapples, and )
    violate their natures remain about owing to the introduction ofa up to this time I have found nothing OUR SPECIALTIES :
    the have by
    ers along Jersey coast that equals the Kaffir corn, and I be-
    the Florida ,
    bill at the last session of -
    \ been much disappointed this sum ing single] not from choice, but because the sale lieve, the red will give the best results; "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
    because while the the financial basis of their legislature, to prevent also the pearl or cat-tail millet ranks
    mer average "Coin
    and manufacture of cigarettes in next best. It is Special" canned meats.
    r of the ocean in July lives is insecure, is a menace to us surprising to see the
    temperature Florida. A test case was made on amount of feed for horse or cow that "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.
    nation. is built
    i and has been 74 as a Society upon
    August degrees, be
    cut from
    the who can one acre of Kaffir corn;
    Jas. T. MacDonell man
    its homes and families with "Calumet" leaf lard.
    ., this season the average has only mar- and one great advantage it can be cut
    been 03 degrees, and at times as riagn for its corner stone. was committed to the costody of HS needed to use, and the old stock will Homemade pure lard.

    low 5VI The temperature When we realize that industriousmen sheriff for selling cigarettes. The send up shoots to he cut again in a few "Peerless"
    as ut mid-day. -
    to work be/sure case came up before Judge Call of weeks. My last fall's planting\ I cut compound lard, sausages
    has been so low that physicians eager cannot the Fourth Judicial District, Monday threo times!, and if the grower wishesto and all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
    have frequently cautioned of earning a living, and therefore, glow it for chicken feed, let it stand
    people against taking surf baths, do not marry, we are certainly fac- and he decided that Frank until It goes to seed and then cut*, use ,
    \ ing a grave situation. Clark's anti-cigarette law was unconstitutional the fodder for feed of stock and seed for

    and the petition of chickens 1 ; nothing .is better for them. ti'UILLIAM CLARKS Sanitary Plumber
    ",I' ONE of our New York readers I MacDonell for a< writ of habeas i nave tried velvet beans, big garweed: .. )
    says that with the election of Roos SANITARY SCIENCE. and the prisoner cow peas!, and none of them did as wellas ..

    evelt as governor, mid Depew as I corpus discharged.was granted planting the Kaffir during corn.September I would in this advise sec Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing, Stet

    senator ; the appointment of Bliss I Under the orders of Gen. Wood, tion for best icsulu.

    and then Root to the cabinet, and the city of Santiago-considered Iron work pumps and drain pipe bath tubs water closets
    ,
    friend Mr. Robt.
    400 WHILE our respected ,
    for the
    Choate and Porter as ambassadors, years most unhealthy

    it would appear as if :Mr. Whitelaw I city in Cuba-was thoroughly McNamee, editor of. the Jacksonville In) The Road town Tnxm of Ueloit.Paid In In Cnnli.Wisconsin and Wash stands. Copper vessels of all descriptions re-tinned,
    there Is
    Reid left the dissatisfied cleaned in view of the almost Evening Call, thinks money
    was as only up has made a wonderful Improvement In
    certain the newspaper business, others are gladto 37 Forsyth St., near Laura St.,
    republican in the state. The I annual visitation of yellow I I Its roads as the result of collecting Its
    enmity of Thomas C. Platt has fever. The plague in that city get out of lt.JThe[ latest is Mr. L. C.I road taxes In cash. A. C. 1'0PI'II.rball'man JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

    ". prevented the elevation of Mr. Held was met by all the resources of Vaughan, editor :and proprietor of the of the town says that,

    to the cabinet or an ambassador modern science, with the result Orlando Sentinel, who has left the news though the taxation was not Increaseda
    field and is now one of the part single cent It Is conceded FOR STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE I
    ship, and recent editorial commentsin I that it is reported .for the time as paper by everyone
    the Tribune indicate the state I having disappeared among the ners In thejflrm: of Payson, Foster A: Co., that more has been accomplished .
    '
    \, of Mr. Reid's feelings towards the American troops. Under the old bankers and brokers on the Consolidated In two years since the adoption of the Benedict Pollak & Co. Wholesale House
    new systeui'thau In ten
    \ Senator. Spanish rule people died by scores Exchange In Now York City. lie and the old management.any It has years work under ,
    and hundreds In Santiago John 11. Carter, a brother of the Hon.
    every day ed no hardship to
    any one as they
    Francis B. Carterof the Florida Supreme Mosquito Netting: made and unmade, fine mesh. Netting and Screen
    UPON our desk lies a pamphlet during the prevalence of a yellow have hired the taxpayers to perform Cloth. Ducks and Georgia Checks and Cottonades. Sand-fir Cotton in all numbers
    sent up by the Register of the State fever epidemic. In those daysno Court, have bought an interest in the this labor\ paying: ; $1.50 per day of ten 41cts. per doz. Show Cafes, old or new ones Special! attention, paid to

    Normal School, DeFuniak Springs, tight was made against the pestilence business. While we regret to loose so hours for men and $3 per day for men correspondence. Traveling men on the road constantly. We only sell to dealers,

    Fla. It is a handsome pamphlet of Lazy and ignorant peopleare good a man as'Mr. Vaughan, we hope he with tl'UUlS.r1'lH increased amount of corporations and hotels. Anything usually kept by storekeepers in our line we

    over forty pages and is illustratedwith usually fatalists. They believe will: meet with much success In his new I i work performed and the Improved condition hare in stock. Liberal teims and liberal treatment.

    eight full page engravings, that things that nothing but work venture. of the roads have stimulated and BENEDICT, POLLAK & CO.,
    encouraged the people, who would not
    which show the various buildingsto will prevent will be. Gen. Wood's for a moment think of going back to 32, 34, 36 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE: FLA.

    good advantage, and also the action will be followed by all ,the IUONPIIALT ROOFING-Cheap and the old system. Similar results are reported =-==
    Delphian Literary Society. the American commanders on the island dm able. Quickly and easily put on. from the towns of Westport JOHN
    R.
    IHOS. C. WATTS A Co., WALKER:
    Normal School is maintained at It is not to be expected that Jacksonville, Fla Randall Turtle and Middleton. In the ,

    State expense for the sole purpose the fever will be utterly extirpated.The last named town the tax was reducedby Furniture

    of training teachers and all those hostility and indifference to three-tlfths and collected In cash! ice Croam Parlor.11Ii11iilc1'y

    now engaged in teaching, as wellas preventative measures of a considerable [Send the ADVOCATE an order for any and fur more work was accomplishedthan

    those who expect to do so, should part of the people will for job printing you need.] ever \before Soda Water,

    familiarize themselves in it. Tuition bid that, but it will be found that ----- -

    is entirely free. Pamphlets the general ravages of the disease i O'5.rcl.JCl.Otl.S! : & Fitch Dry Goods, (Fount and bottles.(

    be hail will be greatly reduced and & Tobacco.Confectionery .
    '\ may by writing for them. scores : Cigars
    ; will die where hundreds and thousands JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA I Notions, etc. .

    AN died before. and Commission Merchants. I etc.
    ft English/ court recently decided Grocers "Star Building, "

    peculiar case, which is certain Much has been said about the DEAR SIR:-We quote you ft few prices below, and when In need of the following artleleesend : ("at the old stand.")
    i ly of us much interest to the travel loss of life attending the war and u. jour oriln*. We make; a specialty of Mail Orders. Give me a can. Polite and courteous attention. Mail orders receive promptand

    ing public of the United States as the invasion of Cuba by the Amer- PRICE LIST: careful attention. Yours for business JNO. R. WALKER. _

    to the people of the mother icans ; but the mission of this coun- Best Flour, perbbl........................ 4.25 Green Coffee, ]>erlb. ....,........? .. .s, .10 -
    country, has been to halfbbl........ ................ 2.A) Arlmckle Coffee, per lb........,..........., ..124'I
    where the railway seat grabber ,is try to save life and gh.etbe III-I ly. Sack................ ... 8.25\ Tea, per lb...................... ..,........ ,:>5 ESTABLISHED 1852.C3T ;
    in Cubans their freedom. The .. Orlts ,... .................. 1.20 fardcompoumrb.................. -
    as much evidence as here. A to Meal per" it .;;";;. ...?...... 1.10 I-ai II.Vul'll.l'erlb l ,..._....................63i05, Oldest Fruit and Produce Commission House in Chicago -4:
    traveler having occasion to leave war, to begin with, stepped short I' Wheat" ................ 1.25,140Corn Tolliatoes,3-lb.cans, dos .......... .tt) ----
    the .................... 1.00< lie Teaches,3-lb.can, perdue............ 1.00 -
    the car at a way station for a few Spanish policy which had kill- Oala .. ...... ........,.. 15 Table feacbesMb.cans, per do......... 1JSO
    minutes left his ed ott' many Cubans and was con. 't luau ........0'......M. .110 Corn.21b.caUIver dos. ....... ... M T. D.
    umbrella on his .'ee.llIIeal, >er sack. ................ a5 naked lleaol,3- .caqa, per doc ......... 1,00 RANDALL & CO.
    Boat until his return. Another tinued, as it were, with a view almost II Urltsht C 8 j\teal,per sack........... 1.05. Sardines per doe...).. ..... ............. 45
    passenger to Meal<'ertlll&erlOO-lb.: ................... 300 8a1t.IOCI-lbll., per sack.. .................., .00 ,
    took the seat and refused to extirpation. The food H yivrcwt ........................ ..... .85 !Matches, per gross...................w.... .4*
    vacate until forcibly Coun contributed by the people and government Kent l) ................... .00 Crackerssoda, perlb .......,............ 06 coMMZSS
    ejected. 81tellle.\perlb..,.,............... .10 l'rsckenlemonperlb..nu.... ,6HOlngerSnaps =oN.
    ter suits were brought, and the case of the United States:) saved Shoulders f'l'rlb., ................... .6" per lb...................... .on ,
    uncounted thousands Itloeperib ......................,... 5&: 6 lktacousoapperdoe..................... 45
    was decided in favor of the origin from death, ranulated Sugar, per lb.................. eft 1'earline, per dOl.......................... M Early Vegetables Melons Fruits and Southern Produce
    al occupant, the presiding judge and now appears the American to Toothpick Tobacco, per lb................ .61 1'otaah, per dos........................... M ,

    holding that he had right to eject face the pestilence and to save Send us your orders and make us your roniiirnmeots. invite correspondence. Pl.n.oapp1.os: a Spoo1.a1.'ty., ,

    r the intruder by the use of jeasona- thousands more. MCTIMMOX8 15, IT*,FITCH.W, 25 South Ocean 8t., Give nV rMCeKiTbe Mercha"t National Bank of Chicago; Southern-, *
    ble force if JACKSONVILLE, FLA. press ; shippers on application. Also state remittance made 11.
    necessary. Do you filter your drinking water ? Ir Spot cash buyer of Hides, Fur, Wool and Alligator Skins York Exchange, or express money orders on which there is no exchange.

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    Mrs.Gertie nW';.also. *Stewart among 1\1rs. J.whom and R. daughter Hagan Were Mr-of Mill this and!

    ,
    place. FER T I LIZ E R S. .



    City Beautiful.Have .


    yon tried-an ad In the pink paper : SPECIAL PRICES

    of the East Coast? It is a fine advertising mTC
    medium.

    I I ; > -
    Congressman Kobt. W. Davis and wife
    !
    of Palatka spent Sunday the
    on beach

    I I with Mr.their son, Capt. W. M. Dnill.I ft. ..Pinea.pple G .( G-ro-wers..

    Shumaker an A No. 1 carpenter,
    i has rented the Iluber house for a

    Mr. s. has, understand, quite a large .4.1.1. -round: F01.11.1.l..zor; : r.l.

    family towards, all the more improvement or lens expert of a live in aiding town H Price $25.OO.GUARANTEED QT: Before buying tho following Material IK sure and npply to I.LJ

    A like this. ANALYSIS: us for prices, and wo will prove to you we can save you money.I .

    to A "wee messenger from above" came Molntnra..................,..,..... ........ .,....... ....... .......... ...,.. p to 10 STEAMED BONK RAW BONK
    make !glad the home of Mr. and Mrs. U Ammonia ..... .. ...............,......... ............. ..,. ................... Rio 6 ,
    J. F. B tchp.lor110 are staying at Miss FgualtoSnlphateofAnlmenla... ... .........*................,.,.............20to2rr 111.001 AND.BONE ACID PHOSPHATE! :
    Simpson 1I Available rtuwnhorio Acid ... .. ........,...,. S to ,
    cottage. Their up-till-the- Equal to Hone 'bOlll'bateot Lime.........,.\:.::::.,::::::::;;;;;.............. H tots DISSOLVED:
    present lonesome little boy wondering I'otMhKDO: .......... ............. ........;..................... ..,.,,........ 8 to 6Kquftl BONE, NITRATE OF. SODA,

    \k op' how he shall amuse this chat ;><'lite rtir. Dp Knee to l la,lipue,8uli.eio..::::.:::::::......:......,........... 60io60 SULPHATE OF. AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS: ( E-t

    and Mr.daughter and Mrs.of Burgman Mrs. C. C., the Post son-in-law, with a E-t 3T Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED: : MEAL, HARDWOOD. ASHES,

    9r family of four children, have arrived. COTTON SEED HULL. ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.:
    '
    We welcome them to our midst. About ir Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0

    the middle of next month we expect: an- H prices
    ( I other of Mrs. Post's children-a son,

    with, I believe, a wife and family. This, Please with boforo induced from
    also will be Correspond XIH being to buy DonlorH. Send for
    .
    a pleasant addition to the

    4/ families already In this town. H Pamphlet. I..L.J


    I Impure water Is the cause of much LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
    sickness. fIl
    this
    Remedy by petting a fine ,
    niter from Claude Walton, Titusville.

    I J'"aokson villa., .


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    I ent owner), several suits of old clothes, Melbourne. ant that they will make It permanent. A Shave anda
    Several citizens of this burg attended for either male or (female warranted not Mr. Rlchardnon wa formerly connectedwith ,

    Georgiana. church in Brantley last Sunday.A. to lip, ravel nor turn green with envy, the}<'. E C. Rut, !way.Capt Hair Cut.Have
    or in any way bring disrespect! to the OOODK A nOOUK.-Hoftl Estate and Ixwnn. .
    and Mm. W. J. Nenbltt Invitedt )
    ,
    G. Frink, of Coquina was a recent also general assortment of Acrpt for .+:tna. Ixmilon and Ilverj'| and
    wearer a
    ; of friend. to loin them :Sunday a groat Ideal to do with tho general
    pleasant caller at W. W. Otwell's.R. and low degree 111,11. alll inn, srlsl Fire Inmiranre 1\1'6111| party
    shoes in which both
    W. Munson returned from Titus- high attention of rent of a gentleman. AtCARRUTHER'S
    pulil! I to the Interests mm ivenlng on a moonlight tip to Mel- nppeiirnnoo
    e, Wednesday. R. Otwell hauled a load of merchandise are artistically represented, all guaranteed donti. tiirno Beach on tho Mourn yacht Silver
    for P. A. McMillan last week In not to walk off with the wearers Barber Shop
    The
    King party enjoyed a delightful ,
    and danghters went to Lo-
    Mrs. Owen the absence of the steamer. into bad company, and especially recommended 1nr' SubNcilptlonN for the ADVOCATK, mill and a most pleasant evening, an
    TITUSVILLE
    ,Thursday shopping expedition. on account of their past association the pink paper of tho East:, Coast will be hour or so being spent on tho ocean ,
    Archibald Parker left Pineda for MIami of which It Is. said, he found None but ixpetlenci'd workmen nip employed
    may \
    Miss Little Carter and sister Rosa were received at tKo Melbourne Postofllco. boach, where (.thl'rl''Me not enough
    on Monday. among the 400. Allof these good things and perfect satisfaction guaranteed
    iting Mrs. Owen and Mrs. Hughes, mosquitoes to mar tho enJllymont.I .
    day Mips Clara and Ray Otwell attended will be offered to the public in tho way I live IIH a call.

    church at Banyan on Sunday.Jensen. of ranting, at a price not to exceed twen George Carson, of Atlantic was in I .1. (.I. CAimUTIIERS, Prop
    \\Iis8 Carrie Jorgensen, from Grant, is ty-five per cent above first cost. Come town Tuesday
    iting the Misses Hattie Bower, Eva early and avoid the rush.DWe Fort Pierce. -
    d Nellie Owen. .1. C. Bates of Lake City, spent Sun-
    day at Hotel Carleton W. M. MOODY'SBARBER
    aturday, Mrs. Grace Hall, Mrs. Owen
    d J. W. Bruner were on the : would esteem the favor If our Miss Willett Forest of Malabar, was Mr.( and Mr( *. Thompson left for a rowwoeks'

    artan, to Cocoa and return.passenger Dr. Platt, of Ft. Pierce, was in town, our readers advertisers, when to writing purchase or merchandise calling,: upon, In town o Tuesday, calling on f i lend*. visit up In tho ntato. S II 0 1) .

    Mford Hall, wife and children, came professionally, this week. etc., would mention the ADVOOATLRockledge : Some of Capt. Itardeo's fleet of fish- J. Morrlwethor: hall moved bin family ---.---

    from Ft. Pierce, Saturday, for a short W. I. Allen is preparing to cover two boat passed hero this week for Eau back home, from St. Liiclo.
    of bis Gallic! \ from Sebastian. Clone to Indian River Hotel Tltunvillo.
    it with relatives here. more acres pineapples; experiencewith Mr.sWolfuyof Jensen, wan A pleasant

    Mrs. Annie Dixon: of North Cocoa, sheds having convinced him of their Mr. and Mrs. Frank Horton returned visitor In town, last :Sunday: A share of your patronage solicited.

    8 been visiting Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. efficiency. from Fort Pierce last Saturday, and are Rev. Allen hold service In the Methodist .
    ack for several days. She returnedme Our stars for our fall theatrical are Goss recently made a trip to the headof now snugly settled In Hotel Riverside church last Sunday to large con

    on the Spartan, Tuesday. twinkling merrily, and we are waiting Indian River, where he secured a yoke Mr. Anna Yowell and two little gregations.
    for the combus- of to take the place of the mule ho I
    impatiently oxen
    spontaneous
    Tillman
    daughters, of were visiting Film ha been In FILTER YOUR WATERAND
    'unday, Rev. Sirderfleld preached twoy County Surveyor
    tion of this promised meteoric display of lost, and he is again! busy hauling wood. relatives In town this week.
    andy town few thl week
    interesting sermons. Clara a day
    home talent.II.
    our
    Munson were received into the Lawson Magruder bade us a final farewell Mr*. J. II. Baker and son, Walter, Tho tradoboat Merchant( Capt. A.
    W. Bessie doubtless finds the houseof last Thursday and started for Tampa AVOID DANGER.
    urch in full connection at the morn- Mrs. Gibbs and daughter Mis Vera, Michael In command laid here Sunday
    -
    service. refuge a lonely place during his wife's where he expects to obtain a position the Misses Annie and Jennie Goode, ale over ,__ __ ,_ __ -
    -- no ---
    absence, as his launch seems to find a as stenographer In one of the large enjoying life In Admiral Glllls' cottage,
    [.his W. Bruner has just finished puttingt comfortable mooring at one of our neighbors factories.J. at Melbourne Beach where they are Capt. A. J. Lewis paid White City R No Store Hotel Boarding House or Rest
    ,
    pineapple plants. lIe has out
    quite often.Mosquitoes of enjoying surf bathing and gathering visit, this week.
    w, over eleven thousand plants. He B. Magruder, son C. B. Magruderof
    ems to enjoy it, work and mosquitoes seem to be one of the nee this place, is very ill at his home In shell on the sea shore. 'Mr*. McCarty was up Monday, visiting idence should be without (the Anti-

    D, and says he never felt better in hise essary evils that follow a gale, as they Sanford. Last Friday the Major and Some of tho gentlemen 'of our town tho Lane twins, who are very fond of
    than now. have put in an appearance in great num- Mrs. Magruder drove to Titusville, where volunteered to clean up tho town park; her and whose. dreary. fenlailirelionco 1 II Germ Water Filter
    bers and present their bills immediatelyupon Mrs. Magruder took the train, Saturday, so last Monday the volunteer turned a welcome event In their homo.Mr .
    'eal Hainlin, who has been visiting anIvai.Mrs. for Sanford to assist In nursing her son.
    ,
    out en mass with hoes, axes, etc., and
    Frank and returned
    s grandparents for past two or three Major Magruder returned home Sunday. Tyler family
    Dth, returned to his home in Mel- C. F: Wolf is out again after quitea made improvements/ In slaying from Now Haven. Conn., lust' Tuonday
    urne with Rev. Sirderrield on Mon- spell of illness. Mr. Wolf has gone into Shooting$ bull-bats just at dusk Is a fa- scrub and Woods. When thl lot U put night. Mr. Frank Tyler wont a* far a* .
    y. While they were waiting for the the chicken business, having started orate pastime with some of our sports In grass and shade tree It will bo a Savannah to meet Ihoiii. Wo urn glad to

    in at the Coquina station, Rev.Sirderld :> with three roosters-we await develop men. Since the duck law Interfered with credit to our town. see them back again, all looking no well.

    had the misfortune to fall through ments. their sport in that direction, there really Last Tnehday JMIsses: LIllie Robertson
    iroken place in the platform, injuring I seems nothing$ else to shoot, and If the and Annie E. Goodo and Dr. L. A. Peek The pineapple plantations, In this nee-
    Male is of his
    Mr. G. E. disposing per called its bats lion, nro looking tine: the are
    left state feels upon to protect growers
    leg very badly. and Capt. A. J. Goode, in the yacht
    sonal property, preparatory to his returnto and if bad luckcome
    we expect to tlnd our enthusiastic hunt- Melbourne busy fertilizing,: no
    took trip to East
    Evyln a
    ,
    Monday sad England where he will remain. Ills I thl winter will have good
    morning a good many ere reduced to the extremity of making and brought home some fine shells. wo
    ood byes" were said here. Alford father is getting well up in yeais and the mosquito a target for their practice The late storm has washed ton of crop next year A little rata would help
    11, wife and two children and 1tf rs. M I r. Male goes home' to be with him in us.
    Edmund SImmonds of the Cocoa Ice beautiful shells all along the beach,
    ,
    ace IJi cock and bib declining yeal's.We
    ". Mllnson' little them daughter, left; Factory had the misfortune to lose fifty and parties from Melbourne are going I i 1! i l
    taking to Cocoa in his
    are Informed that we do not have dally to gather them.
    dollars last week. He left the in
    'I I boat Mrs. IlIscock is going to her money lIeware of Food 1'111'1'1.'
    freezes the winter following a gale-so
    his safe In his office at the Ice
    factory; The Club met last
    me. near Pidcock, Georgia Mrs. Mag- Literary Friday -
    ; If any one is lamenting over any little and during the night, when ,the factory Water being clear and npnrkllng I Iii no-
    Hall and at Mrs. Snedoker' with the
    evening
    two children, are going tor damage they may have sustained, let : Quito recently In Now York two death
    In enteredthe Well cistern water i
    It I III
    was not operation, someone proof or
    puio.
    father's usual good The munlo on
    Captain Carter who willet programme.
    them for the occurred from poisoning by the use of
    this thought
    recompense oflioo, pried the door of the that I I" full of typhoid fever and malarial j
    > her in open the and cornet by MU !Belle
    Chicago, and take her to his loss however, we are not standing good piano; to the victim. by mall. In
    in ; compartment where the money was-the Webb and Mr. L. C. wa grand Leavenworth germ may bo perfectly clear. 1
    me Deadwood, South Dakota; Mr. for this statement. Bouyer ; Kant,., tho other dav nearly / -
    all expects to stop near Lynneville, safe being unlocked-took the money the duett on the guitars by MU Annie doctor In town wan called to attend In your drinking or cooking water I
    looked better at and absconded leaving no trace by which every muddy or cloudy ? Readily cleanse I It .
    orgia, for a short visit with his broth- Pineapple fields never Goode and Mr. Martin and the recitation the children who had" gathered l :
    p
    Tadget, who lives there; then he willon this time of the year then at present. ho could be discovered. Suspicion runt by Mrs. L, I). .ockwood, the music eaten, and made 111 by sample of an article from all earth, nand, Insects or nllruc, l
    Colorado. A ford says: "Pike'sak From present indications, next season ed upon the negroes, and several (houses by Mis Mattie Brown and long by MU left at house by cauvannern for advertlilng I* tho water you use bad melllng or
    or bin st." will yield the finest fruit that has ever wore searched, but all to no avail. Upto Ltlllo Robertson, talk by )Dr, Pnek, and touting 1 hit too much trouble to clean
    been grown in this section as the majority this wilting/ no clue to the thief has reading by Mm. Frank Fee, Mrs Oeo.. linking nurpono have out the cistern or well a* otton should 1
    Mrs. Owen received a sad letter, Mon- of our glowers are taking special cure been found. Probably Mr Slmmond M. Brown and I Mrs S. "F, Glbbn were bveii Alum favotlto article powder for this tripling always bo ? I* tho drainage from house, itablo

    y, informing her of the death of her of their places. will keep his safe locked future enjoyed by all. M 011I1'11. Heibeit( and I btinlnenn. Yet there III nothing moro liable or privy dangerously near your water
    phew, Eddie Adams, at his father's in Jon Conklintt find Yowell of Tlllman supply, no a* to make you anxious ?
    loads of shell that to lend to danger than lie practice
    uisville The two car were
    hud malaria In
    Ky., at 10 o'clock, Friday Have typhoid or your
    urning, the 18th.' He was taken sick received for our sheet bait been applied, -If you want good results, you will wero pruHent.If of using the various ample of bitklug 'family you lately and realized that the water'

    his aunt's near his home, Sunday, but as more Is needed, there Is still an find the ADVOCATE an excellent adver powder left at the door. They are prone used may. bo responsible for It ? Then '.,
    those to subscribe to tising medium. : ted by Irtenponnlblo' parties, In -
    for n upcanmco
    esday his father took him home, he opportunity are In search of bargain, got a LITTLE IGtOWN'JUG FILTER .
    8 delirious this good cause who did not do BO be you ;> are not dltlngulhable, ) from
    all day, Wednesday he be.rne read the.ADVOCATK column carefully.) ainonlo and In Indiana at its low popular price, and you are- ,
    fore-especially those owning horse. Indeed nome
    (
    unconscious and remained in that Roseland. safe. It will remove Impurltle ti
    nditlon lime since, one package wan found, after
    ion' of until he died. lIe had con- Work bas been plentiful here all summer It had caused the deatitof the housewife, They are very cheap, and will ::11
    the brain. He the win-
    spent but there has been a scarcity of J.i- to have been mixed with that polnon. last a life-time. When writing for Information :
    here, staying about eight months, bor. What has become of Coxie's army? Mr. Home, machinist, of St Augustine 'Eau Gallie. ,
    th It I I. safer to refuse all sans of food 'tilt'iino? IncloMo atamp. All orders -
    his
    '"I for her aunt, Mrs. Owen carrying the Perhaps they have heard that the entire spent a day here overhauling tie or medicine offered at the door, 1'uro roust bo accompanied by cash. %

    dining her husband's sick- west is deslrious of securing laborors, railroad pump.D. Mr. and Mr*. Aa Wlngate started. cream of tartar baking powder soil
    Ye, and after his death until he went offered upon For full particular apply to the agent,
    and fearing that they may be a of Cocoanut Grove U : ,
    his home Caldwell, Tuesday morning to drive to Titusville. their merit, and are never peddled or
    in June. He was twenty- Job, have Accreted themselves-poor fellows here, overseeing the fertilizing of the arnpled.. CLAUDE WALTON, Tltuvlire, Fla.
    yen years of age the 10th of this month what a time they had running McCormick property, repairing fences, Most all the fishing fleet have returned ;y

    'ht: days before no died. His many around trying to keep from work. etc. thereon. to Eau n alii e. What we need __. ._ __ .. H' "'' _._______ __ ____. .- ------.---- s'!
    ends! will be deeply pained to hear of hero I la an Ice factory, and there I III no mo
    '' death "in the midst of life we are The fish trust Is aboutthe| only thingin Orange groves are looking well. Some little hope of one being eatablIshed ,
    death." the trust line that Florida can boast blown off during the
    were -
    recent
    of. Trusts are said to be immoral, Illegal oranges storm, but there are plenty ,till on It I il reported that nome resident*of The Monarch of Strength is :
    :: and injurious, but we notice that It the trees the Narrow are opposed to the opening ,
    Is only those who have nothing which of the now Inlet opposite Sebastian river,

    :Mains'ECABOTS' CREOSOTE SHINGLE can he ben tltted by going Into a trust and will apply for on Injunction.
    the best known wood preser- that kick. The farmers, who are the 'Rosalind Richardson
    vative. LaGrange. The yacht Captain -
    THOS. C. WATTS & Co.,
    kickers have from time to time LION:1
    biggest carried a pleaunt party to Mel.
    Jacksonville Fla. f
    tried to form the most gigantic trusts bourne Beach Sunday last, where must .
    ever concocted chief among which was Henry Carllle and 'A. P. Giddinit are of the party indulged In a dip in the
    the plan to get the government to advance cutting wood for Hobert Chaudoin this urf. _
    Banyan.Captain them money on their produce, letting week '4 '_ ''
    the government hold same until the Alderman Taylor I II the latent convertto s"PrlJl:: :! ,-"' i :;;
    forced to a high price Charley Singleton says\ he would have the bicycle, and no far ban escaped 1 ; '
    market was pay ;
    made tome money oil his wood job if nerlous In learning to ride. .\1. \
    ;
    the government all a "good injury '
    Houston i Is in build- thereby lining
    Banyan ;
    yacht. thing" (for them) whereby they could things: had worked right derrnau Tieutler I I. the only member of cd4: COPFEE0

    !nay get more than the market price for their T.' A. Johnson U putting the residence the town round 1 who doe not rldo the *:'
    ''nt and Miss Clara Otwell, of Bahia, crops. Perhaps many of our Farmers' of J. U. Walker, Tltusrllle, In (first-cia wheels and he may come 'round to It
    Sunday in Banyan Alliance lends have forgotten this shape. yet.

    Ella Collins and W E. Griffin were trust they were trying to establish, while Ask Trez Feaater how he and Tom 1\11'1. C. Aln worth wa made happy _- 1 Z."'. 1 cy'TnUl'L'I: : 11rrted, on the evening of the 17th. Both they now berate others who combine for Johnson, jr., catch skunks on moonlight Ut Saturday by the long expected ai- .r ..,"W'. .
    .ored. mutual benefit, which in a majority of rival of Mr. Alnvworth, hone business (AIUULIJ1'ELY I'l'ltU.)
    Our cases works no hardship to the masses. nihta.Green delayed his departure from Grand Its'strength comes from Its purity. t i21 I to: oil puro coffee
    _school' will not open before Sep- i People living in glass house should not Coats U hauling wood for his Hap several week )Ir. AlnnworthI freshly roastod, and Is sold only In ono-pounU eoaledpackages.

    ' rnr ''f then-owing to the illness of throw atones.Raising father' orange grove-to be ready In I one of our most ardent sportsmen Each packago will make4O cups. Tho pack..
    Cassidy' mother. I case of frost the coming winter ago Is sealed at tho Mills so that tho aroma Is never i.
    Ibis U the order of the day; cow The Town Council at their last meetIng weakened. It has a delicious flavor. Incomparable
    )und must for be a favorite camping horses, dogs, chickens, guns, pistols and George Gardner contemplate puttingout banked an ordinance prohibiting strength. It Is a luxury within tho roach of all.
    .1 manatees. Two large ones all manner of good and chattel are in a five-acre orange grove the coming bicycle: rider from riding on the ide- f
    1e.J several) little ones may be seen any the lUt. We understand one man has ipring. Nothing like It, George, walk and making It compulsory to Premium List In every package.
    The small ones to be two three Cut out your Lion's head and get
    appear seventeen pea-
    seven guns, pistols lights and bell. The town mar-
    wee this
    feet long. AD the orange grove In section carry $ valuable premiums froo. .
    cocks, five bicycles, three wagons, two thai will strictly enforce the ordinance.
    .
    the Texas ponies three chickens are looking fine, and no serious damage doi not fc.,.. Mon fofffc tn hi* it or*.
    Revs Lane and Lowder, of the thoroughbred done by the recent itorm. II. Richardson "**"* ?. all' Daw. sea .>> Eo Church South, held revival crv- one goose (or gander), one dog, one Mr. and Mrs. are now I If YOUr Grocer pin&? ..'. lL.dWI eiCYpt )
    'i at the Brantley church, Saturday calf, no pedigree,: (same having been lout occupying the Wilson place on Eau Gal- 'fI'4vuuwuv: : tPICK' CO., ;plat,. '-Idl), ,aq
    d Sunday last Several of those In at- during the last gale), one dog cart ( [>ec. -Have you paid your subscription. ? lie river, and we Indulge the hope that _. ..- s.
    'iaanc professed religion and Joined ial value on account of belonging to pier If not, please do 10. their residence here may prove no plea U. da -


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    SUCCESSFUL They are tr'Mjii1; with'; lice' and mad Florida Central &: Pellillsu1arjjj

    op with ovi.uimnri and fichus much as r
    ,EVERY
    who raises fruits
    they were 60 year ago o,

    vegetables, berries or A novel idea for the bridesmaid's
    r costume is a lung tulle veil fastened at Time Table In Effect Jon 11, 1809.

    J. grain, knows by experiencethe one side of the hair with a rosette of N .

    tulle and an aiirret. or a bunch of

    importance of having a flowers, presumably violets as violet : O'; ci O'; Amn .:. g l ..
    I Ia
    be fashionable color for wed 1 = : = = NORTHERN POLVTS. b = = !
    large ofPotash seems to a r3 $ ;i R s;
    percentage ; :
    dinK-New York Sun. s = A S = :! I
    "-" Ar. '
    llaoa 145. LY TitulIVille 3Onp -
    AND WOMEN 045a .. .,. l120p LY. St. Augustine Ar ...... 1030a
    ...... 430p: ... .. 112Oa. ... 745. LT .Jack onvllle..Ar ....... 9lOa ...... 7411p
    1 ...... 1120p ...,.. 9d1a .. .... 82/ip Lv..Yulee..Ar ..... alga .... liMp 11N05i550p ....
    .... t 93r>a .. .. .. 90i p Ar..FeDaOlllna..Ly ..t. T30a..... 815. 7 "
    ; Failure in love to a woman l is worse ....., "op ...... 10aoa .... : 9651' Ar... Everett ..,.Ar ... Sane/ ...... 1I1Op IIQ 1''"
    .... .... Ar... Brunswick. ..Lv....:. II .....
    than failure in business to a man. ...... ...... ...... 1135& ana ... '''
    ...... ..... ... .. 122iio .:.... 11110p Ar..8avannab. ...Lv ...... 114.? ...... 3.p A
    in his fertilizers. If the fertilizer Whenever we see a man with long .... .... 1l00p1235p ....11 9aLT..8avannab..Ar.. ..;.. 5osaIt455 211f\p\ ..,;.1....,
    ...... ...... 933p 220p.... 154aM.FalrfazS.C..Lv...... 500& 83Oa'12114a'' .. .1
    whiskers, we think bow much worse ... ......10SOp 30fp .... .. 242& ..Denmark.BC" ..... 308a 310aI1210a'" ".i
    is too low in Potash the they must .look when be U in his Jlghtclothes. ..?.... ...... ...... 9311p ...... 8Ma .. ..AupnstaGa.; ...... ... ...... 11201 :.".... .....
    ...... ...... ...... 438p ...... 431' C'.olumbla.8.. .... 1247a ...... 10311& .... ..,
    ...... .. ... ... 8partanburg.BC ...... ...... ....
    harvest is to be small and .... ..... .112:1a : llOOp .. ... .:.... .
    sure We wonder that the reformers don't -f ...... ...... ...... .,.... ...... 1411p S.A.hevlleN.C. .. ...... 205. ..... ..... ....1
    ...... ...... ... .. soap ..... 91M. "CharlotteN. C. ...... I020p .....: .........
    of inferior quality. I pay more attention to the man whocan't ...... ...... ......IOIOp .. .. 1047a Sal1l1bnfY.N.C. ....... 8211p ...... 6t'& .M 1
    enjoy a joke without pounding ....,. ...... ...... lI2ip ..,". 12 lOp "OreensM.ro' N.C": .......... 7620.? ....... 1IIOa: :::::: .,.--.:
    tell about the fertilizer .... ...... ......1231''' ;...... DanvilleVa. ...... ..." ...... ...
    books
    t Our proper those around him on the back. .. 625p RlchmondVa. ..... .2fp.. 1115x .....
    ; ...... ...... ... sees..... .... .....
    i for all crops, and we will gladly tend them Every man feels that be ia not get ...... ...... ...... 24/56 ...... 32l\p "r.yncbbnrp.Va.; ....... 3111\p ...... 2 M450a P :. ......
    .... .... .. / ...... Charlottesville. ...? 21/1P./ .. 1221."" ..
    /ree to any farmer ting the credit be deserves when his ...... ...... ...r... Teas ...... 905.. Washington .. .. ... II Ilia ..:: 9Op:! ...... ...-....
    wife thanks the Lord at the table for ? .... ..... ...... 912& 1I2.1p" Baltimore : 25...
    GCRTUN KALI WORKS, ..... ......
    the bountiful meal be has provided. ...... .... ...... 2.-:: :: .::::::.
    .. .... .
    When a woman reaches the age when .... ....... ::

    DO bats are very becoming, .she beginsto 8203.... ...... ..... T4I\p\ Lv .Jacksonvllie. Ar .'T'.. ......
    'J'
    Tri-'V cckly Sailings. ...... ...... ...? 955p Ar.. ... Everett..... Ly ...... ..... ...... i
    find fault with the.new tyle. A girl ...... ..... .. liMa .... Atlanta.. ..... .... .... 191o.-a
    of IB thinks every new fashion l is pretty. 1030a................ ....... 92l\a ..Cbattsnoo.." ............. ..... .:
    ............... .... 7'JOp" ...Clnc1nnatl... .. .. ...... ..... ..... .
    ; The great grief of a man's life i la the .

    11 11if. discovery* that his daughter has grown BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. No. M makes connection for Brunswick. arriving; Brunswick 11 111 a. m. =

    I old .enough! to fear for _his, I immortal For New Orleans trail.l av Jacksonville..9:20 a. III" with through eleeprri, ,
    riving(; \ w Orlean.7:40a.m. OwJy through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from New ft
    tool and baa commenced praying for leans 7:2S: p. m.
    him Atcbison! Globe (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.

    PERSONALITIES. Vol.35 and 36 Fast Mall Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville. and the Clnclior

    Lark of Confidence. The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service! Sleeper NOD.via 33 and Asheville.34 carry through sleepers between Jacksonville and New York in connection 1\:1\:
    ,s' Senator Fairbanks of Indiana will 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers hetween Jacksonville and Tampa.No. .
    .36 carries Cincinnati, Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville. to Atlanta
    ; spend the summer months in Ala@lco. Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This Is brought!; to Jacksonville. by No.37. u/
    l A'a All baggage: will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city titb
    Florence Nightingale l is now nearly 011ce.20'o! Hopan Street,as well as at the Union depot ticket office

    80 years old but in better health than. i ( I 1 The Clyde New England and Southern Lines L. A.8HIPMAN, A. O. P. A. F.C. :WRIGHT DIs. Pass. Agt., 202 W Bay a

    + for years pant.Admiral : r, Direct Service Between A. O. MacDONELL, Gen. Pass AgeD!

    Dewey's boyhood hero was 1 4 4. tw
    General Taylor, and the lade that ambition tII Jacksonville and Boston and all Eastern Points. -

    wait to be a soldier.!

    The lute Joseph Medill cf the Chicago (Calling at Charleston; S. C., both ways)
    Tribune wan one of the wealthiest editors S-
    this country has ever known SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS i ; 3outhernRailway

    1 Southbound........................ :....................... ............from Lewis Wharf Boston
    Chief Justice Fuller II IIi
    ; was once quite a Northbound..... ...................... ................. from foot of Hogan Street JacksonvilleClyde's
    Nimrod. and prizes highly the relics of ,

    \ his prowess ."behind the gun." which

    now adorn his home. iT St. Johns River Line.
    The oldest banker in the world is Deborah I.

    '' Powers aged 98, the senior partner .. Excellent ServlceOut, of Florida;
    .. 4. AND SANFORD.
    (, in the bank of Powers & Sons, .s -. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE

    It.i!, Lansingberg, England. Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford Enterprise, Fla.and intermediate landings on the St.John's. River. NORTH EAST WEST.
    City Sport-Say, forester why does
    I-x Benjamin F. Newcomer of Dalu'more, STEAMER"D. ,
    your dog keep barking all the time?
    : has given to the Baltimore Hospital for "
    BIUKOIIISON,
    ; Forester-Oh, he's probably afraid of
    'Consumptives $10,000 for the purchaseof being mistaken for a rabbit!-: Fliegende CAPT. W. A. SHAW.
    a house and 15 acres of land at Towson THROUGH PULLMAN DltAWING ROOM CARS THOEOUOHFJLM
    Blatter. 1 Leave Jacksonville 6:00 p. m., Tuesday. and Saturdays. ,
    f' Md., as a new borne for the hospital 1I I Leave danford 5:00.a. m.Mondays Thurs ays. t COACHES, VESTIBULED TBAINS.

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    .
    To Ward OnT Sunburn.
    L: Speaking of ex-Secretary John Sherman Remember fair cycling enthusiast Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. NEW YORK AND FLORIDA
    \
    EXPRESS.
    Senator Lodge recently said "Ev.
    that the ruddy glowing face you will ,
    t: erybody respects him, but I have never Through Vestlbnled Drawing Room Sleeping Car between Tampa and New Tack
    , bring home with you after a many mile W. H. WARBURTON T. P. A., .F. M.IRONMONGER,JR., Fla.Pass. Aet.. via Jacksonville. Savannah and Columbia, without change.
    known anybody to be too familiar with spin under a heartless midsummer sun 0 Bowling;Green,New York. 2M West Hay St.,Jacksonville Fla.
    g: C. P.LOVELL, Aut.Fla.Su (JOHN. L. HOWARD Superintendent
    him to slap him on the shoulder for
    la not alone the result of good health Jacksonville,Fla. Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville Fla. "VNITED STATES FAST MAIL."
    f instance ful exercise. It Is an out and out sun THEO. O. KGKIl, T. H., 6 Bowling Green, New York. .

    ) B. Urscl of Stockholm who recently burn and Is not by any means a beau- WM.'P LYDE CO., General Agents, via Pullman Savannah Drawing-Boom and Columbia Buffet Sleeping Can between Jacksonville aid New Ted
    8 BowIIoaar n.New York 1.80. Delaware Av, PhlladelphlaFlorida
    ';i, died left"his entire fortune reaching tlfler. Avoid it as much as possible by

    .' nearly $1,000,000 to charities one of rubbing well Into the skin before going Embracing: Lynchburg, Charlottesville,

    i them a Catholic hospital at Paderborn awhcellng a little cold cream orsome Washington, Baltimore and Phlltdelphlt!

    Germany. lie served in the Franco- lotion that will protect the skin from

    :' German war and won the iron cross for the sun's ravages. Your face won't East Coast Ry. Cina1DDati.Pullman Drawbtc-Room Bleeping. Cars to Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga ui

    I, bravery. I look groasjr\ If you apply the stuff properly -

    Professor Langley, secretary of the and you will find It the greatest TIME TABLE NO. 21. IN EFFECT JUNK 11, 1899. .Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
    aid In warding off an overdose of sun .
    Smithsonian institution was recently
    "\' Cincinnati via Columbia and Asheville Through the
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    $::, shown a criticism of one of his theories burn. A cold water facial bath before Sot: IH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Bead Up).

    and asked what he thought of,it "I do hobnobbing with, BUD and wind Is fatalto ..s No No78I "
    m
    Daily Dvly "LAND OP THE SKY.
    complexion charms. STATIONS.
    (/ not care for it myself he replied Exn Daily Daily eu r

    r'\ "but I am worried for fear it may trouble "Q,+ 4 p 9'ble eave........ ........JacklIOnville..Arrive 7 SOp 155ar4 Dally Limited Train. For Cincinnati rU Everett
    my mother. Summer Fancies In Had."What's SUploSUaArrive/ ...............St.Auguetlne..Leavc O2Op 9454 n
    .. 52Jp1OmaLeave..St.Auguetine...............Arrive 81/1p/ 1140& O.'Csn7p
    Mordant M. Munro supposed to In a hat?" ;Merely the whole .;: 1l1 7pl1 ilia .. ..............:. .. ..................Le lloop 110.. !:l lI For detailed information as to rates schedules sleeping oar ruervatlou, eto.. .,,111t
    have been the oldest wheelman in the success of a toilet. With the airy diaphanous ;I b55a Arrive..Palatka ........ ........Ltave 46Up Ti tf:: O e say agent of the Sonrarrm RAILWAY or it.COlUlecUOIlL

    United Kingdom, Is dead. He attained robes now in vogue the mil 0 S 4I\p\ if L4-ave.. ............ .. alatka........ .. ....... .Arrive .wp 910a to4C.:;
    of 03 linery should be not just handsome or 14 Arrive.... ..1.......Ran Mateo .. .........,Leave .. .... 781a g
    the ripe was a bachelor, a B. W. HUNT
    ago fine, but picturesque t'tl'ectlve-sqch. o .,,,, 78Ua Leave............ ...t\an Mateo... .......... ....Arrive 7I111I' ...... OOrQ ds Florida Pass. Agt, 213 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, XU!
    lifelong teetotalerby occupation a farmer ..s Ii 815.11 Leave............... East Palatka..Leave 620p 'ii'4ii x 0iii J, M. OULP, W. A. TURK, S, H. HARD WIOl,
    and until recently was to be seen for Instance as the Trelawney bat for S 74Jp11bp "' .........,........Ormond................. 847p 713aP bf"dfo4 : Tramo :Manager Gen. Pass.
    .cycling in and about Enfold near London afternoon wear with low crown and Ip jj 766P 1 UIIp ................... Daytona ................ N S Sep t'J $ Washington Ji. a Washington.Agt.D., a Aast. Gen. Pass Atlsnta9s.Art
    .1tI J6p IllIp 'S ...............Port ranlfe ........... ... 8t1p:! 8Ma 0 p620p
    .1' drooping brim flower trimmed .abo'e as IMp .. '',........,......New8myrna.......,:....... B06p 5805 sna f April 10, 1899.
    4 and beneath. 0.9 8Mp 922P .........w..... O1akUUl................ 22'lp 1105& : APw
    M. du Paty de Clam who Is involvedin 1l00p soup. .......TitWiville................ .. 14sp 6SUa .bII....=
    the Dreyfus scandal is reported to Picture hats In Tuscan straw with a .. .... 8 SOp .................City Pom'................ 1151' ... 0.. =::
    high crowns and turned up brims bor. = ...... 881p .................... .. ...... ........ II 1 fl7p .....
    have remarked to n friend ; "My fate is ..... 8'lp ? .................Rockled e..:......:...... 1041'....,. It
    a
    written in my name. Fati. in Latin. L ...... 412p: ? .................&uGal11e................. .". 1211Jp ...... tf:: ti MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE
    ...... 421p .................Melbourne................. 1224p..... r
    means to suffer, and clam, secretly inJ ...... 457p 1 ...........:......Ro eIRnd.................. .. 1148&..... tr fA
    J silence! without saying word., I ain LI 13 ... ...... IIOlp a .................. bMtilUl....."..... ...... 1143& .. .. Po Ii
    (1 l ..... 562. ...................8t. Lucie.................. IOMa Florida, New York,
    following out my destiny I suffer in ( ...... 815p .. ......... .......Fort Pierce................. .. 10 kit........ ,1'to i
    silence ; 8.Up ". .;............ .....Eden .................... 4. 1005& av'u Philadelphia and Boston.
    fo4 Z 64p; ................... Jensen.................. 1000. '' a v From Brunswick (direct), to New York.
    Senator Platt of New York has al. "' 2UII 81i/1p ............... Stuar................... to lllIOa 208.q (
    been a careful keeper of 111 Daily 7tlp! II ...:...... ......Hobe Hound................ .. 11111& Daily b Jam' PASSENGER SERVICE.
    ways scrap- o ExTu 71111p ................West Jupiter............... 907. Ex .sit b ( To JackwDI1
    ; books. Upon the declaration of hostilities II7u 81Sp ...........'Vetlt Palm Beach............. 881.124a IT'11i1P b make connections with steamers and leave"Gov. :
    between Spain and the United U 8811p .................Boynton...........,...... 8UOalO2Up fI2 (on Cumberland Thursdays Route at 8:20. a.Arrive m., via Brunswick Fernandina:30 J i'dvr
    fo4 141a[ 841l1! ". ......... ... Dolray ............. 76ja 1OUb1l ) : p.m. m D't:i '(
    States his efforts and those of his several .... ..r'ort Laud..lale. 0 route. Or, via all rail, leaving Jacksonville 4:30: p. ;
    402a 9U p .... .. .......".... 70ja 745p }JlruDswlc t
    secretaries were redoubled, and he : 1114& 10 'U1) ............. J.t.monL'itr.... ........... 824665p x & 1'), via Everett and Southern R'y. Arrive
    W I II "' 101101'\ Arrive... ...... ...MIRmi.. . ....:... .. ... 815& I sso > .1't:! p. m. Passengers on arrival go directly aboard steamer.
    k Is now believed to own one of tbe best
    t'A' contemporary histories of the Spanish HKTWKKN: NKW 8MYKNA ANn ORANGE CITY JUXCT1OX. PROPOSED SAILINGS

    war extant. No. 8 No fUU&plUlUu STATIONS: Ho. a No. 1 Lv. New York Tier 21 E. R., 3 Standard Time. Lv. ruo'wki
    ::001' m., (
    /Lv.. ...... TT. .......... New Smyrna ........................ 6Mp )
    I I 85(>p ll la .,....,.......n.......... .Lake Helen................. .,........LvUKp StOp Friday; July 28.COLORADO....... ............. 'Friday,*;';
    '. FRILLS OF FASHION. 'O''ll1lJ1la\ ...... ................ .Orange City. .......................... II 13( i Friday, Aug. 4.,... lUOdUANDE..,... Friday'' { .t
    _405p_ 1145a Ar. ... .... .. .. .. ...Orange Cttl Junction................... 111*\ Friday U.,... .COLO11ADO. .......1/illaY' j
    :' Perforated piques are one of the nov All trains between Now Smyrna and Orange City Junction Daily except< Sunday. Friday, 18......IUO GIL-\-< .... ... .... '

    tt elties. IIKTXVH:KN 111 UvVlKLK: AND SANFOHl). For general information, steamers, trains, rates etc., apply to any railroad agent or to
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    T No.1I1 STATIONS. o.7Wa .II BASIL GILL B. A.,220! W. Bay St.Jackeo5TWH
    Military effects decorate the yachting
    Lv....................................Titusville..................................Ar 2J It.RAYMOND, General Southern Agent Brunswick Ga.
    4 and cycling gowns this season. : ............,.....,..,..........*..... MlQlfc..,....,.,............,............,..LT
    in the shades of dark 11:1&1" ..,.................................. O.teen.......................i............... liftHK C. H. MALLORY General Agent, Pier 20, E. River, and 385 Broadway N. Y.
    Alpaca. blue, .......n....................... ...Kuterpri..:. ................................ "
    brown and gray is a popular material) Sooa9HU .............t....."....... .I utorpriite Junction ...,..,... ................... "
    for traveling dresses. THE: TKKLAWNKY SAT &''Ar. .. . .. . .-.... ... .. .. ..Sanford... ....... ................. .... ..... 1100 ---
    rowed from the All ti elite l>f twwu Titugvlll. and hanford Daily extpt Sunday.
    +ti Decorated quills are a striking featurein empire period are

    millinery They have blossomed out also among commend.fashions themselves of the moment, which I KEY WEST AND HAVANA. pLANT SYSTEM.' IIf
    to the notice :
    :i iu polka dots, golf sticks, tennis rackets
    7 and all sorts of suggestive designs.Evening of the well dressed. Many of the brims The Bteamnm._. __ of i the i.i-Florida" K.wt: ...Const........... -Steamtthip. Company are "appointed"' to sail'" a."follower ;.
    From Miami 11:30: m.rTuesdaya. and Fridays. Arrive Key
    are covered with puckered black tulle, aa> uUliu |l p.
    gowns in thin materials are little here "ell)' uf Key W..n 1:30: p. m. Wednesdays aud ijnturdayg. Train 85 counect
    a jet and there long ostrich
    '
    lavishly trimmed with wreaths and \\ ''"1 lo Mini I witti IIhllimer. are be the
    whether
    going It to
    plumes lying on either side of the brim from Kry Wret From Kvy West 8:30: p. m. Weduesdayt and Saturday. Arriv. you anywhere,
    vines of flowers made of quilled net or falling\ ou the hair at the back.A Dlrirt. Miami :30"ut. ThurHiUyiHnd Sun
    chiffon and mixed: with lace applique. dressy bat is the Panama order 4'JL- From Mltnil. 5 a. m. Monday and Thur. aye. Arrive Key North South East, West,
    White gloves are going out of fashion but Went 7 p. m Monday* and Key West S p. to.
    arranged as It were lu deep tuck- Tuesdays
    mine day Arrive lUvaua 0 n. m. and Fridays.From SouthwestRemember
    and in their place we have the delicate lugs, trimmed with roses outside the swl"-Havana Havana. Bailing direct for Miami. 11 a. m. Tuesdays Northwest or

    tinted shades of tan cream pink and brim and a bunch beneath at the back ant Key ,v...,. and Fridays.! Arrive Miami 5 a, m. Wednesdays and Saturdays, v'
    tea colored in suede. Dark tan suede the tulle strings tied under the chin on .. connecting with train 78. that the PLANT SYSTEM of Railways and Steamship Linesgateways

    T, gloves are worn for shopping. the left side. Theiw Time Tabliw allow the time.*a' which train aud boats may be expected arrive *4 at Tort Tampa, Sanford Jacksonville Charleston, Mongomery, 1"
    depart from the several station and ports, but their arrival or departure at the Ump
    II \ Satin foulards and India silks are to Shade hats of masses of shirred muslin stated .. not guaranteed, nor dots the Oumpauy hold It.elf responsible for any delay or any und various other polnts,'.wlth its all the year round DOUBLE DAILY SERO,.

    11 I be worn this season more than ever boot and fetching little empire sunbonnets oonw For
    t '. tore Blue ia perhaps the most popular will be worn by the summer girt P.. BKCKWITU: Trafflo Manager J. D. BA2NKB, X O. 1'. A. or calling on

    ;; color but it i is a much brighter blue who strolls the lawn the woods and St. JlfustiD'-- ----
    than the old navy worn so long. fields. F. M. Jolly, DldslonPassengerAgeot .
    FI+
    Turbans made of glossy lacelike straw 138 West Bay St., Astor Block Jacksonville

    i i' t and trimmed with violets and roses are 11..... to Cook Macaroni With Bacom. B. W. Wrenn Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.

    one variety of headgear while still another Boll two or mON ounces of nice JOB PRINTINC .

    U a low crowned broad brimmedhat streaky bacon, then cut It into small

    trimmed with spring flowers and pieces and stir lu a quarter of a pound

    plaited lace. of macaroni boiled as for macaroni OF ALL KINDS The, ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing.

    Louis XVI muslins with bouquet. of cheese. If liked add a few drops of W ,

    > flowers between stripes of lace Insertionare vinegar pepper and salt and serve Executed at theADVOCATE Prices to Soil the Tim

    tbe daintiest. fabrics Imaginable very hot. Very little salt is required. PRINTING OFFICE.
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    HOTELS- -the-).car-rOUl1l. TITUSV1LLE. AUGUST I'LOWKIl..

    UNIQUE SIDEBOARD.)

    llendersonvillc, JT. C.HENDERSONVILLE. IZ T IArI"' RIVER: :SO'J'EL.: : Ilouton."It Is a"that surprisinfact|In my tries" in says all partsof Prof.

    FOR A ROOM WHERE HOSPITALITY IS
    TITUSVILLE, the woild, lor the hint ten years, I
    S i* MORE APPARENT THAN ,SPACE.A have met mote people having/ used
    ILLCOTE ; .: ; INDIAN RIVER, Own' August Flower than any other

    :<. C. (Meter ).,. With Many Adean.law. remedy, f"r dyspepsia, deranged liver
    't FLORIDA.
    and Monm-h, and fi>r constipation. I lind
    .. For a Small Dining Hoom-H
    fur and
    toiiilMa rnlrsmen
    or fur
    First-class accommodation for a limited number of guests, In a country fl.,... Olaromfort and !. ('nnvrn. s.ns tilling oltlvo poslthms, whole 'hendarlics per.
    house, two and a half miles from town; good driving, exceedingly healthy, I' '''. J. O. HAST, Proprietor. lent Kor Waitress and t'ook. smith urnernl bud feelings! from Irregular
    and beaUfullcenery. Addres habits exist that (Green''
    August
    The dining table, with the six chair
    II.. C. STOKES, .'1111\\1 U n irtntid. mcdy. It does not
    Ilendersonville, N. C. k i? r 't n The hotel front on the that nrn usually provided will often Injuie (lie II, steno h>' firqnent use, and
    > \I ., ,. < ..A i *d widoaweepothnpimiles fill a small room so that It Is almost IN excellent for sour stomachs and hull-
    is >St'T y In width), formed by the Impossible to Include other furnish- Ri'stlnii." Mmple bottles f lee. at K. S.
    JACKSONVILLE. N' ;' ; Ia Indian River, making It a lugs that go far toward making n bosTIIR ('Chnffee' drug store, Tltimlllc, .'In.or
    4 J, I', Coohei's" ding Cocou "'111.
    ( 1 delightful: summer report. stereo ,
    (
    bold by dealers I In nil civilized commies.Kcmomber .
    1,x, a iI 4T 4 M i t'd Irti Constant cool .
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    MEERITT'S +r" ?; breezes from theses and -
    Ihat Ihu INMAN IcIV .1C
    bay. Flowing sulphur DO AitVocATK floes all klnd "f
    _(I 1 +, spiing Speclallummt'rra job pilmlngat
    short notice iuemid them mi older
    otl! and Restaurant tt'S. \ and W CUDlnrrd that it In time |'ltct' to
    ; hut job pilntlnu done.'
    MAIN STREET I (If/-(, / V i;l\\. ----

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    No Hlght to UJtlhlC'M
    1\1'-\ ', ? r1 1,111Ij'
    ,
    Placide NIC AREND'S"DErOT / The \\"III11IUIVII" Is lovely In fare, form
    Id Jacksonville, Fla. ; mid ti-mper will nlunjs have filcriiU, hut
    A ODO who Mould bo iilliucllto must keep
    RESTAURANT Open from 7 a. m. to 11:30 p. m. FORBartholomay's hrrhculth. If she Is weak, sickly and

    and European Plans. nil inn down, shin will he nervous and
    nerican .
    -' '' Inltable. If she liitneonsilpiitloii' or kidney
    '
    Florida Business Specially Desired. 1 Rochester Beer. '' Double, her Inn silo I blood will can NOpimples

    o to1.00 l American. j i5ctll. to $2.00 blotches, skin eiuptloiis and n
    ler day. f European 1 per day. .-- wretched complexion Klcctrlc: Kilters
    Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. DINING itreSi IDRItOAlU!: Is the best medicine In the world to rcgulaie. -

    L first-class Barber Shop In connection with the Hotel, conducted by D. W. MI2KC1IANTS LUNCH 111 to 2 P. M. 25 CI XTS. pltable looking and cheery place In stomach iho blood., liver It gives and kidneys strong and nerves toaulfy ,

    130 W. Hay St. Jacksonville, Florida. which the family meet together nt blight eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich

    u_ ____ their. meals and entertain the cuosts. ._.....timlftt...; .._lull....... .II._ ulll tttillrn.....n.' ,It. .".."...,..l .I......-%.!"/_.
    iiaferro.Travelers' New Among clever devices suggested by n Ing, rhiumliiff woman of a run down In
    Hotel Tltusvlllo Hoarding Houses.' writer In The Itotixoliold to remedy valid Only foil(> cents ut F, S.:; ChnlWs

    II Management. this state of thlngi IN the unique sideboard drug store.FREE. .
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    here Illustrated nod' described
    MRS. DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE TITUSV1LLE, FL.\. The sideboard' has several unique
    f. N. F. GARCIA, Proprietress. j. G. RICE,' Manager.. ,
    features It Is built Into the will I between
    JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Board and room, $I.OO per flay When In need of white or rye Bread', pies, t the dining room and the kitchen
    cakesetc., goto Mrs. Deisner's: City Bakery Yachts, hoarding houses, these rooms usually being found adjoining. CONSULTATION
    hotels and families .
    t Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. supplit'd.BOUKNIGHT'S One cut shows the sideboard wlibour.hnnie treatment. We are
    frotu the dining room Hide, the other '
    THE BEST $;>.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. phyhlclniiN, and ymm Rot the benefit
    view of It from the
    BOARDING HOUSE 'JTl'U8\'II.I.l:, FLA. gives n nil seen
    Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. kitchen. It does not project at all Into of our excellence No matter what

    ( I Good, airy and comfortable rooms. Board and room, One Dollar per day. the dining I'lmll\--n saving of space your tumble-, how simple or how
    JACKSONVILLE Special rates by week or month. that will be appreciated( by IIInnyhOIlKl'wh'1I hopeless, MO can do you good, andIf
    FLA.Opposite .
    TEL) OXFORD O.: BOUKN101IT, Proprietor.At who have experienced the wo "Uilitu will honestly tell you
    St. James Hotel. discomfort of attempting to t'llh'l.tnlntrINu' so. Thousands of tiredoary, sick

    Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and '" about a table where hospitality and I hopeless I people( have been entirely .
    homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleas- 111. Merc4.r When Tramp. Were t'il*... wan more apparent than space.It and permanently cnl'cd by
    ant stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jack- "You may have heard this story before often happens that the other rooms
    sonville. ," said one of the delegates to time of the house are laid out ((\ilte at the COMPOUND
    o MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Tropr. whist congress at the Auditorium yesterday expense of time room In which tho family -

    "but do you know that there I Is to dine. This room usually gets OXYGENWhy
    that' Is left after the others
    the
    who all 13 space
    was once a man got trumpsand
    PABLO BEACH. have boon satisfactorily arranged.This .
    succeeded in taking only one
    yet not take heart again and Investigate '-
    trick r"Oh 1> that the dining room l Is to be tho least this great principle. Wo have
    exclaimed another expert
    ,
    P ) pshaw used In point of time, of any room In thousands of testimonials. Send for
    lotel l lOnly Pablo PABL -DY-T E-SEA, FLA. "that's Impossible. It 'wouhln'tmnke
    any difference how poor n playerhe the house. The sacrificing of space\ lu book on home tieiitment, wonderfulcures

    chklhh was ho couldn't help taking all the the room where nil the ,family ineaU to tho ilck, etc, (toe,

    one block south from Station. Large veranda on front and side. First- tricks If be had all the trumps. are to bo eaten Is almost without exception

    class bath house with Sulphur Shower Baths and suits for Sea Bathing. Bed "Nevertheless, It's a fact that one regretted afterward. especiallyIf DRS. STARKEY & PALEN
    rooms large, light and airy. Single rooms 10x21, family rooms 18x21; also trick was all he took." much furniture 'In pureed In It. ,
    connecting rooms 10x14. Artesian water throughout/ building. None but the I The construction of such n sideboard
    finest food products used. Rates, $2 per day; $7 to $10 per week. .M\ "WelU will you please explain how 1 an la shown here will help out n 1112 Cl I rani Nt., IMilla., Pa.
    such a tiling could hnplen1""lIe
    SYDNEY HAIOII, Proprietor, Dentist (to old gentleman In chair)- trumped his partner's ace on the crowded condition of tho loom by removing Ot IT felt 1XM

    Former Proprietor Colonnades Hotel, Daytona.ST. Mr. Gotoof, I love your daughter, and first It'alnllwas Immediately thrownout tho necessity: for tho usual _,._ ...........
    she loves uie. Are you going to con- Times- movable sideboard. But It has other
    "of the window. -Chicago
    sent to our marriage, or shall I give advantages that will bo rl'erllllterl.'rle i
    AUGUSTINE. the pincers another twist?-Comic Herald. I entire sideboard projects Into tho kitchen. : Virginia Homes

    Cuts. A' Slight Difference- ; At the back, above limo top. nro
    three glasH panel Time middle ono I 18
    Microbe. and like door Thin -
    a
    Algonquin Hptel. hinged opens
    II She we shy of the germ In the water !gives opportunity' to not In from limo You learn all about Virginia Lands,
    She boiled and killed them by swam;
    King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. She wai ihy of germ In the butter kitchen side any article that .may be Us resources, products, mode of cultivation .
    And microbe that fluurlih In erearaj r, needed IIIICIII| the table.If prices, etc., by reading tho
    ,i Refitted, newly furnished and under She wai shy of the germ In the sirloin the ./ass tinmt do her own norv-
    (z I send llct) .
    Vlrjflnlii nrllwr. (
    new Of In the marrowfat bone
    ,management./ Centrally located germ ; lug or when guests are not present If
    ,' near all points of interest. Large sample She wu ihy of germi on her money for 3 months subscription to tho
    r tho family must wait UH>II themselves,
    |
    that at the
    Ir And germs you meet 'phone;
    I for of
    room use traveling men. Overlooking Farmer Co., Emporia, Va.Choice.
    She was shy of germs at the playhouse, the arrangement here shown will be .
    .
    Plaza and .
    Monuments. A full
    {' Of on the. car tnnufvr allpa, -------
    view of the ocean and rolling breakers she
    But waan't a bit ihy of the microbe,
    }
    r from the piazzas. baths, /gas, electric U there were any, on Arcklbald'i IIpLChlcaso '
    bells and a perfect system of sewerage New
    """ WlnoaLiquors

    Rates: $2.00 to $2.50 per day. Special rates by tho week. Alntka WhltkrThe Smuggler.. i iS..o 1 t h and Cigars. '

    Open all year. C. F. COX, Proprietor ingenuity shown by emngglera e Guaranteed Pure. .

    of 'whisky into Alaska] would entitle J
    them to greater rewards if displayed in +vtetc: I Sold at reduced
    LAM HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. legitimate bneineHs. A coffin sent from price

    Seattle to incase the remains of an unfortunate IinportixlToltHjr

    This hotel Is now penfor: ROOMS ONLY. It Is centrally located, near who was frozen while'at- e o sIlls Wire
    Postoffice, Bank and Cathedral. tempting to cross the glacier was found 'J:J from Italy.

    Rooms, SOcte to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to $0.00 per week.V. to be packed solidly with demijohns. The Joy-Whatcher nyln "Lookout!

    D. SANCHEZ, Manager. bottles and flasks, all filled with spirits I fer7The John B. Togni,

    A*big barrel of sugar was found to contain < 1lcI.-1 I didn't say "Lookout!" I Metropolitan Saloon, 123: End Bay St.
    small barrel of whisky with Journal.littrorlhy J.
    a mild "Watch out! -New York
    SEABREEZE, FLA.'lie sugar snugly packed about It. All that JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ,

    wn lacking was a little water and a nt Her I.ove. Whole**!* and Hetttll......

    spoon to make one big toddy. One pros 'To prove my love," ho cried desperately

    'Calonnades.SEAD!' EZE. FLA pector carried a cane which won as big "let me tell you during how Tho Largoet and Most Com-
    as hilt fist. Its interior contained u gal many week 1 have scarcely cloned my : KITCIIKN) lMJAIt1).
    lon of whisky. Another prospector took eyes In sleep during how many daysI found very desirable. Tho curtains, can ploto Establishment South.

    Since the burning of the Inn, I have leased this popular house, which will remain up a garden hose stopped np at IK tb have eaten only" bo drawn ,during the meal amid at a
    open all summer. Surf bathing, Ocean pier, fine fishing, shade trees, etc. ends and secured with wire fastenings Here, with an Imperious gesture ale stroke of the bell thu rook can set lu GEO., S., HACKER & SON,
    Terms reasonable. Bus meets all trains at Daytona Station. and the hose was fall of the prohibited waved him to silence upon the' sideboard tho hot dessert

    HERBERT E. SMITH, Lessee liquor.-San Francisco Argonaut "HtatlNtlcH prove nothing! she said. from the oven or tho cold dessert from r

    Ah. but what a cold dictum I It was time leo client together with the coffeeor 1
    Trnniplantlnir Hair. like an Icicle plunged into his throbbing chocolate convenience! of this

    each NE\V HOUSE, The baldhead row may become)] ex heart!-Detroit Journal. plan does not nee'I COIJlIIllU t.

    .House NEW FURNITURE tinct if the reports concerning Dr.{ Ito.dara's It will be Been from the kitchen Illustration
    experiment: prove to be correct.Dr. lp to Date. that limo two upper drawer

    Sea Hodara is an Austrian physician "I'oor Emmar'sald! Mnvbello."What's In IIldl'IuIII'IIIJUII out Into tho kitchen
    Breeze avenue one minute from Beach. Table first-class. Sea Food a the
    ; who has invented to be
    a new process the matter with 1'mmo1"demnnd"d : un well an Into the dining room.
    specialty. Day, $$1.50; Liberal weekly terms. Address
    of
    called cRpilHcnltnre or something
    I
    Kathryn. Time knives, forks, spoons etc., can
    G. W SCHUYLER, that sort The' doctor secured a few "Sh.,has such an upfortunate name thus ba washed In tho kitchen and put

    Bench House, Seabreeze, Fia.101VEESEEKERS bald subjects for his experiments and It bill to be spelled In the lame old) Into tho drawer without leaving the
    after rubbing or injecting into the din way that has been familiar for generation room. Hero the less imed kitchen tin
    both antiseptics and antuatheticH, he ."
    t ware can bo utored. Hitch a sideboard
    plowed little furrow in rows ucroan the "1 guess you haven't read a letter can bo built Into an old house without MANUFACTURERS OF ,
    hairless areas. Then he palled hair from her recently. She signs her name much trouble.
    after hair from the head of some accommodating "
    K-rn-m-ro-a-h. Chicago 1'ost
    :: Doors Sash 'Blinds
    .... ....H... persons who had a few The Ll>li,ul ou. and HlflUh llutoru. ,

    lock to spare and literally)) planted this Walling Oil III. NrlKuborn. The ubiquity| of the bolero U a bit '
    & Material.
    borrowed plumage in the fnrrowg be "The gras on your lawn U getting disconcerting, yet everywhere we find Moulding 'Building

    Who are Seeking a Home in the South should send to the undersigned for a bad made. The experiment U said to pretty tall" remarked a friend who this little coateo Invented with every
    have been successfuL had dropped In at time home of a North possible element of novelty to justifyIts Office/ ; Wareroom. King, opposite
    copy of theteida Columbus resident existence and continue It lu the Cannon Htruet.Charlcston .

    . Ilia Life Wa Hnved.Mr. "Yf," rc-i'lldl the latter, "I want to vanguard/ of vogue. In foulard volltj S. C.
    J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen of have It cut an soon ai the neighbor and tho like It will bo well to note how '
    East Coast domes esker. Mannibal, Mo., lately had a wonderful get through with my lawn njower,"- frequently are draped fold resortedto .
    deliverance from a frightful/ ] death. In Ohio State Journal. those lending a mont becoming Sash Weights Cord and
    telling; of It be says; "I was taken with breadth and fullness to the figure of ,
    typhoid fever that ran Into 1'neumonla. slim svelte proportion
    hly lungs/ became hardened. I was no Daring the civil war, u well a* In our Also are bolero tucked In way In Hardware. j ;
    weak I couldn't even lit up In bed. late war with Spain, diarrhoea was one
    left clos
    numerable or piped; or '
    We have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and tot Nothing/ helped me. I expected to soon of the most troublesome diseases the ed with eccentric button,open doped or Window and Fancy Glasj )
    die! of Consumption, when I beard of Dr. army bad to contend with. In many Instance up :q
    inter' and Summer.Homes. Climate the healthiest In tbs United State King's New Discovery One bottJ 'gave *. It became chronic and the old down /la front; completed with high A SPECIALTY -
    treat relief. I continued to UM It, and soldiers still suffer from It. Mr. David coUar or merrfy vandyked at tho neck, -_ .,
    I Apply to now am well and ktrong/ I can't lay Taylor of Wind Ridge preen'Co., Pa., !II a. elsewhere round the edge. Literally Store Daytona.
    too much In Its praise" This marvel- one of these. lie uses Chamberlain's and iii very truth the bolero can doDO Palmetto Drug :J
    JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner, out medicine U the surest and quickest Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and wrong In Its more elongated form !i4,
    cure In the world for all Throat and .ays lie bu never found anything that 7-whfii, strictly speaking, It become. Drug, medicinesschemicalstine toilet ::."
    FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, Lung trouble. Regular sizes 60o and fl would give him such quick relief. It U an ton-llnen costumes claim the soaps, brushes, comb, perfumery and ,
    Trial bottle free at F. 8. Cbaffee'a drugstore for tale by all druggists and medicine vogue particularly for their own. I, fancy toilet article !In great variety., ,

    ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. ; every bottle guaranteed. dealers. I M, llt'STOX props i



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    I INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE AUGUST 25 1899.
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    Cocoa. Lotus. Summer Excursion Rates to all
    I Carroll & Coldsmith

    : the Ucsorts. ,

    Mr*!. Annie Dixon returned on Tuesday Messn. Lnlin and Carrlngton, of Ar-
    t from a trip down the river. tesia, were In Lotus Monday Summer excursion tickets are on sale GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES, of All ft Ifl

    : Services were conducted by Revs Bell R. B. Otwell, of Bahia, spent several ited from to June return 1st, to October September 31st,30th.181>1)'Ia, him Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited,!

    I at Courteriay last Sabbath. hours here Monday. .
    z r1 I 1 t I It the Southern Railway, at very low rates, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA

    : Rev G. M. DavUon: was at Melbourne Frank Harper, of Sebastian, was here resorts In Virginia, North and South
    Sunday, where he conducted Divine Sunday morning.Mr. Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia and the --.;:
    services. North west. E. J: BRaA.: ::D Y &
    : Lundesberry, of Georgiana, came ..,. :, 3Rp
    : BEND, W JEROME 0. W. Crabb disposed of his fine black down for a short visit Tuesday. "Summer: homes" folders maps, "Landof .
    I the sky" pamphlets and other interesting Grain. Garden Seed &
    home last week to Titusville parties fora Groceries, Hay, Fertilizers Staple Fancy Groceries f
    i Preaching at Brantley Sunday last. literature sent free to any address .
    # State Representative\ PENNSYLVANIA fair price. Ten were baptized after service was over.J. by applying to R. W. Hunt, Florida And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,(
    IRON WORKS CO., for The Gun Club continue their practicetwo I Passenger Agent,212 West Bay :St., Jack- Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclu le7:!?
    ': the SUlo: of LOOP; OAS ENulNES, or three times a week at their A. Booth was visiting J. N. Chalk- sonville, Fla.ROBBINS. the above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit your patrot

    Marino and Stationary. grounds. er Monday. Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., Titusville',

    Selling Agent ('or. fAN ACETYLENE: F. W. !Munson, of Georgiana, broughtup Mrs.Miss Booth Blanche Stewart was visiting
    ; I (fitS MACHINES.: Safest: : Vlvi Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Munson to take Wednesday. & GRAHAM -

    cut and Most light for ,private dwellings the noon train for a trip north, last Where are the mosquitoes? We have ,& Mqtlowv
    ; IIIJlIIILfJI'U. Monday.J. very few now. Lesley

    1. f ,;:\ For prices, catalogues and estimates, F. Wooten had, as a pet In hit I Young tomatoes and eggplants are ....LLL- ry ora...
    LOSLEY
    (Successors to RENAKER A CO.
    ,
    yard a beautiful deer which he )
    address, young growing nicely since the recent rains.A .

    ,' BENJ.. W. JEROME, shipped Wednesday.Miss to.Judge Jones, Titusville, on I letter from J. M. Ennls, of Ocala, WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Whist VOL..

    f H.tekl"dge, }'Ia.rt saving he expects to be herein about _&.._.__ __ Y9r>...n I ... -. -. ,
    ;.; i Laura Cole left Cocoa for Palatkaon ten days. UHLIEU!; ;:nA'J..rit.iVU1UO.;:: tioiuea Beers, Ales ana tout. ----- -
    Tuesday to visit her father. She
    .1, I The Anheuser-Busch Brewing Asso'ion pent several days In a pleasant visit C. D. Provost has a supply of refugee, A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Table[ I L"And
    wax beans on hand. All who would like
    1 x among friends here. ABSTRACTS of Title Famished and hotel trade is solicited. and
    , : Fumou St. Louis and Bottled Jleer.i. to try this new kind should send In their Family Prompt careful attention given to t T5oclety
    1 Keg Rev. A. D. Penny returned from his order early. ordors. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titusville J
    for Lands In Sward and Dade
    i. Bold by Mem. Loftier & Motlow, Tltusvllle Fta.i ,. appointment at Titusville Monday quite I
    i By Mr. J. 1) Crab Conna, Kla. unwell. lIe will conduct services in
    By Mr. W.J.Tucker, Fort fierce, Fla. Cocoa next Sunday morning and even -Please write u"whenever you fall to Counties. Protect Your with BII a|

    ing. receive the ADVOCATE. INSURANCE. FI! !
    . i: ...JOSEPH ZAPF. Bananaand
    And now gentlemen., sire, F. W. and We.have a large List Property Against aUEadC.

    ; Wholesale Beer and Liquors. Louis George Cherry Walton are, Chan.established Hughlett in bachelor and- rr As 'an advertising medium, no of Lands owned by LIGHTNING: : : n.n.d.: OYC7LOlVES Interegflof .

    r quarters at the George Mercier cot paper on the East Coast can beat the I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual the.1
    i' : West Bay Street, / tage. ADVOCATE. Give us a trial advt., ourselves and clients. Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City and ,Pel
    'I" JACKSONVILLE, FLA. and be convinced of the pink paper"worth. Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa. ap by 0|
    Messrs. Lapham and of .
    Sweeney,
    : -.1 I, I For Rates, Informatlon/etc., call on or address CIIAS. S. SCUUYLER of CorEad
    j Indianola, were In Cocoa Tuesday. Theyare Price for unimproved Col
    receiving, by express, a great many I Titusville,

    t, : ; THE A, p, FRIES DRUG CO. guavas manufacture from down into jelly the river at their, which factoryat they slips-If or you suckers are about, read to the buy ads pineapple of those lands $3 to $100

    who have them for sale on 8th page.
    .' Indianola. acre. 51,5E1.
    j' per
    . t Wholesale and Retail Friday night sometime the home of .
    "1 G. C. II. Collins was entered by nimble -Do you want to buy or sell propertyon A HANDFUL OF HANDY 111111f' $2.
    Ii: DRUGS and MEDICINES fingered gentry and money was taken. Indian River ? If you do, write the WE have a few Residence, Orange.

    The same night/ we understand, the Indian River Real Estate Agency, Titus Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable -
    office of E. Simmons, at .the ice works, ville, Fla. See page 4. line <
    locations. Prices Reasouable. to keep around the house, and that etej per
    129 East Bay Street, and the safe were blown open. Some
    1 cash was taken here also. We do not yl 'one should be provided with, you wlllfi -Mr.'.

    l'' I : i t JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. 'know how much at either place.It nr- Reading notice ads. on this page J TITUSVILLE in our stock of hardware, if you just.i I In town]
    1 is !said on the >amo night parties entered are five cents per line per ,week. OFFICES: 1 and MIAMI. f s in and examine our display. We have etl his man

    '!4. I J. D. O'HERN and another residence on the river thing In kitchen utensils and Iioii8cfun{ -Peo
    appropriated provisions.
    it ing goods, handy tools of all kinds will plea

    : I Manager. ANY COLOR, CHEAPER than PAINT, To Orange Growers. 1. East Coast Meat Market ter.II II many things that are necessary and ns, reply.-Mler:

    I 1 that for small I
    I For Sale. is Cabots' Creosote Stains. Prices Full you can secure a amount bore'Mopeet8
    ,. and ..
    particulars on application to to j
    THOS. C. WATTS & Co., I NOW HAVE (J. F. DUREN, Agent.
    t At Daytona, Fla., five and ten acre Jacksonville; Fla. JAMES PRITGHARD & S SOH NJ -Mr.'
    lots choice vegetable and orange lands. Grafted arrivedexpectit
    15,000
    c Cheap ,for cash, or will make liberal 0p
    r terms -Address, Ite.olution.. -...... _OOOf.
    .. -
    csa FANCY J
    COUKTLANI) DUCI{ IAN, Orange Trees.On = J.>> TITUSVILLE, FLORID 50cts
    I i 22 Hogan st., Jacksonville, Fla. .The. following! resolutions on the deathor ....... --
    :Mclney: Williams were adopted by the
    M. E. Sunday school, of this place: sour roots 4.ft, and Branched. 1:1: : Master
    e.
    'W \; "Sam Perkins (i.s/' Dyeing( :." Whereas, God in Ills wisdom hath seen Will be ready for trans- THIS: :: : MANcan has been

    fit to remove from us one who for a short planting Oct. 1 1st/, also 5,000 on =aCD : not go to GARDNER'S special sale of his imme atives at|
    'Gentlemen's clothing Cleaned, pressedand number of years was a beloved memberof / last.
    rA stock of
    i repaired. Dyeing in all its branches. this school, whose example as a pure lemon stock. rywN ; ''Mr.for :
    ,' Old clothing made to look equal to new. consecrated'! little Christian we each one The best trees in Florida at any -=a.. Furniture Dry Goods Trunks Hats Sn -Bake|
    All orders by mail or express promptly desire to follow, be it price. Parties on the east coast "y ,
    1:1: :
    attended to. Prices low. Work good. Resolved, That we will cherish the passeng
    etc. at
    Satisfaction guaranteed. memory of his short, but bright and who want a fine article should Titusville Florida. Matting, train, et

    I SAM PKUKINS, Cleaner and Dyer, beautiful life, filled with good works and write at once for prices, and Cost for Casi Aug. 25th to Sept i! -RovJapassen

    1' Titusville, Fla. submission to Heavenly Father's will, engage their stock. ]
    F 10 years in Sanford, Fla. and let It bean inspiration to our Sunday train, er
    These We wish to realize some ready cash, and it is your good fortune. A genuine
    i school for greater and better work. trees are undoubtedly the NEAR & TAYLOR,
    Goods charged at regular prices. turnedMr.
    Resolved, That we bow in submission
    best in the state, address, I
    i : to the will of Him who doeth all things ; Artesian WellCONTRACTORS
    l Chas. A. Gardner Titusville Fla apendinintrodu
    well and % ,
    : Semi-Tropical Nurseries. rejoice in the thought that he O. W. CONNER i
    beholds the face of Him whom he longedto r

    be with.Resojved. OKLAVVAIIA, FLORIDA. 1l 1S tWhen contain
    AI p ORLANDO, FLA. That as a Sunday school we in JACKSONVILLE -An :

    1 SPECIALTIES :- extend to his mother aid sister our f !-' Ean Gallle Fla. f THE CLY1 of Mr.; !
    Boono's Early-the earliest and best heartfelt sympathy and pray that their WM. KNAUER, Visit I last, wl|
    t Early Orange. comfort may be in their dead one's God. husbandas
    F Aurantlum Pomelo, the best GRAPE Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions Wholesale dealer inC'AN'S' The finest SALOON in the South. usual]

    } FRUIT and TANGERINE ORANGE be furnished to the mother of the -Will

    .: Ii't TREES. deceased, by the secretary, and a copy be PIANOS-. Grade write til
    '''t Carry a full lino of Citrus trees, also sent to the local papers for publication.Drink High The best liquors that money can li as leglM

    1'i 1 i Poach, Pear, Persimmon and Plum trees, Buy your candy from the Whole- PIANOS work t
    1 Grafted Hones and Scupcrnong Grape pure filtered water and keep .. Only Selected. (}cipher. |
    vi ne8. sale Candy House. Call or of all the favorite brands constantly on hand.
    1 healthy. See those fine filters for sale by

    James Mott, Claude Walton,-agent, Tituevilie.Sebastian. write for prices. PIANOS.., No agents to ,add Merchants' Lunch from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m., 15c., with bottle of Export Deer A.-W Bout
    ti Box 17(1.Jly28oct28.( Orlando, Fla. expense.
    Address: all kind]
    :! Benefit Given to Customers. Lawren
    Corner of Madison and Adams Sts.,
    : ter cone
    at 'f l $ JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Write for full particulars.- GAY BROTHERS' -Mr.f

    ; m"_* Cnpt. Aleck Goode has gone to Mel DAVENPORT KERKISOX, tag age!
    bourne to spend a few days.
    *\, : HAND MADE TANKS, Director of Conservatory of Music, above p]
    '. The, Cre seems to be a back numberin until T4.
    the racing business. HAND MADE 319) Main St., large flrl,
    Florida. GROCER
    i Palatka
    t I Jus, A. Groves had> just finished workIng HONEY AND SYRUP BARRELS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. THE 1J!

    : 't 1j' t his grove As good as the) best and as cheap as the piesnrran
    We make a Special Feature of
    j cheapest. All warranted. our
    I G. B. Hall and father in Tuesday
    came The Three Cloth
    I from their Klondike Grove. Machine made barrels for sale, but not Whys.
    elabo
    1 K.(. warranted Mail Order
    ; y ivF Faber Bros returned from City Point TOM JOHNSON, Department River
    ii i Sunday evening Pioneer Cqoperage, LaGrange: Fla. -Mr.|
    1 1t. WHY KILL YOUR MOCKING: BIRD
    Rev. W. A. Louder and Brother Lame, with stale food, when can how difficult'lt ; Benny, :
    you Knowing
    t.l. j' is in some localities to get GOOD OBOCEKj yule, th{
    'c returned from a trip to Banyan Monday. buy the Southern Home Mocking Bird CHEAP
    families
    ; .. 00 can send us their orders with the assurance of having tbemD and Neiwitness
    j Russell Food fresh every day at 25o: per Ib ; sent promptly and carefully and know satisfi'M'
    George expects to get a steel SUN LIGHT OAS LAMP joe ; we the quality and prices will be |
    '
    i T! (lag pole to replace the broken one. c 0f4 anywhere extra to pay freight. We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House in East Florida, andlij cup.

    't 'fi. .. A'few fish ortgoing forward. Shipments 8 WHY suffer from CHILLS & FEVER many articles not usually found in other and smaller houses. was left tl
    when you can get a bottle ofThomas' m FOR
    nrSE OUR PRICE LIST son.
    : will increase this week. 'QC R aWoa
    ,r .. 7 CIt Chill and Fever Tonio, guaran-
    j II j" :For Sale, W. 0, Braddock will build a forty .ICllrn::; U f teed to cure for ftOo. -Gen
    1 foot fish house in the future. 191' ........ ?lQ! i with, Al
    1 I' near WHY suffer from a splitting HEAD-
    c = Q"" JD.RGuire ]
    and C w E.
    1 'Pineapple slips suckers five varieties A.
    ACHE when bottle
    (rJ you can get a WADDELL
    Mr and Mrs.\[ Groves and daughterwere u .: *: ,
    r ; July delivery Enquire of visiting at the Palm house Sunday, ,d A 1 e'tIIf( of Thomas' Headache Cure, that will passenglon
    t.f JAMES ANUUKWS, Eden, Fla.: 2 cure you in short order for lOc.
    "j ,. 7f r CCJS F : ... ---+ Miami'Clty and routa
    EH Walker, of Woodloy, was in town PT'0 MAY I 10. 1899. II:: ClIO., II. K. THOMAS, Chemist and Druggist. Dade County with an|
    "of Saturday with three drums. : d.-.
    s i:< .. LaVilla Pharmacy, as Key
    j "' Pineapple( Slips For Sale. Fiitz Light Is painting houses for Jas. :( c.c0 0 Jacksonville, Ji'lrr :\. Real Estate
    : C:3 Bureai
    t'' A, IhuUou. ida -< !..it \ '" -- --, -
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    CHOICE RED
    SPANISH and Queen
    ;, Subscriber, attention Is drawnto
    your
    Pineapple Slips now ready. The schooner Veteran is moored In = !
    J. H. LKTOUHNAU Sebastian river. (:>-t cd : Q the name-und-date blip pasted upon A Select List of BAY ;. Fancv
    ,
    your paper or wrapper. If you are In BISCAYNE PROPERTY City Lots Fruit and Yea' birds
    I t Eden, Fin.rt L. C. Moore of Ercildouue Inn called O ,
    arrears, please remit.
    <<, '. Monday ou inlet business., o 118' Tracts of all sizes for Investments. Phosphate and Orange Grove Lands }'igs, wand

    ,. ,'" \ \ The young folks had a candy pull at s::: --: AGENTS WANTED. For "The Life and West Coast. ..... la\
    >f"l the Palm House a few nights All o ia Achievement ntAdmiralIewey" the world'* I AddrSave
    :, Sale. ago.
    or
    naval hero. Hy Murat Halsteail tbe For Correspondence enclose
    :
    had a fine time and lots of candy *- "* .. neatest stamps. Agent for j
    K* TSiS life-long friend and admirer of the nation's idol.
    j IS lUVlte8t and bent book; over !hue panes, Situ ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS]
    Florida pineapple plants; all kinds. We understand that the money has ::3 Inches j nearly) KM+ page halftone it ustratlone.Only Fertilizers, Chicago, 111. Chicagft|
    Extra been raised to put the inlet through. F= |1.60. Enormous demand. Big commissions. .
    early Cowpeas, ripen seed! in CO i
    115 Dearborn Street Outfit free. Chance of lifetime. Avenue D, over Bank :
    Write .
    4 Fla. velvet beans This is good news and we can sailing e:= a MIAMI FLORIDA.
    t' days. old! and go
    crop Chicago, III. t ulclI:. The Dominion. Company, 3rd Floor, GiWlba.
    will handle new. Velvet bonn and cow. ou the old briny this winter. O j So Caxton llldg.,Chicago.

    ;. pea thresher and cleaner,2-men machine, R. G. Hardee and Sam Parks went out --,- .., 'ruJr. ., r.. _
    'If best on market, capacity 3 to 5 bushels hunting and returned Monday. We -- -. .
    per hour. For Inside price, write to have not heaid what luck they had, but ,ESTABLISHED 1875. WATCHES GLOOM
    I CAPT. E. A. WILSON, suppose they bagged Iota of game. ,

    Washington, D. C, Four boats entered the yacht race \JVrc.. 1. .. :SO-creS &:, CO. Diamoii 12 20-lbgJ lbs,

    Saturday The Cre and Ida came in A A Jewelry 9-ibs.
    Fancy Pineapple( Slips and Suckers very close, the Ida. winning by 30 seconds GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS 1 D. s. b

    for Sale. corrected time. The Lourena came ,_ lof Souvenirs Wedding Rings and Breskf
    in 15 minutes behind the Cre and Capt Shooed
    0 Goode could not put the Evelyn home I 6 East Bay Street; JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. Picsio
    : Abbakas, Egyptian and Golden Queen first, so he did not finish. The fleet ; tY'FIRE' BEN Beat haiOood
    I Porto Rico, Smooth ,Cayenne and will race again ou the 10 of next month. We handle only the beat and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay WATCH and JEWELRY lO.ltl.
    I Spanish. Apply to Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright anddark wan* .
    i MADDOCK & MATTIIAMS, at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co. A SPECIALTY. Wri

    "Palm Beach -Please Star Brand rertlllMra-Guaranteed Analysis. ,Orange tree and Fertilizer Fare Ground Spectacles and ,
    finery, mention the ADVOCATE when Vegetable R1
    )lone. Nitrate Soda Muriate of I'otaah Sulphate .. ferulhere bare no Eyeglasses. Charges paid onejway. R. J.
    West Palm Beach, Fla.tttI writing advertiser uperlor In the market,and a trial will convince.l"otaabi tor Catalogue free. 223 W. Bay St, jACKSOXTIti* I


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