Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 1, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00035
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS, BICYCLES Victor Crescent IN STOCK : Rambler, RONPIIALT ROOFING Something 'rr-Call; or write to Claude Walton, Titnsvllle YOUR FUTURE FORETOLD BY AS- AMONG THE HOTELS.
Clevelaqd, Barnes, new. Guaranteed for six years. Write ', about anti-germ water filter*. trology. Send age, sex, date of birth,
Stearns -
nd TopICH of General Interest. Wolff Tribune. Write for for particulars toTHOS. When writing for Information please with one dollar, to Prof. James, box
prices and catalogues.F. C. WATTS & Co.,' tnolose stamp. See ad. on 5th page. 20, Jacksonville, Fla. 21-35: : WHKRK to stop. See list of hotels on
W. DEER, Jacksonville, Fla. our 7th pages.

O\let l and General Goislp, In connectionwith St. Augustine. "' -Do filter Where to In Tltusvlllo. See ho-
t water ? stop
Bay Lake Worth, Indian, Second-hand Yost typewriter $25.00.; you your drinking Miami Is
BUcayn -Mr. A. A. Taylor, of spend tel and boarding house advts. 7th
Halifax Rivers Key West -Mr. J. D. Crabb and son, Roy, of ,
Banana and -Do you want to buy some pet stock? ing a few days In town.
other Important Point along the Cocoa, were In town this week. Read ad. on this pal n.
and all -Mr. Geo. W. Scobte, of this place page. of this
-Mrs. Henry Eggor, place,
of .Florida. Brief mention of Good accommodation for the
East Coast spent part of Monday in Jacksonville. -Mr. II. Benecke, of Banana river, Orlando Quartermnn, jr., of Chester left yesterday for Cocoa; to spend a.fow summer
Event from Various Part season. Write to H. C. Stokes, Heudersonvillo -
Interesting was in town this week on business.Mr. .
Shoals l
in this week.
was town
You Know -Capt. J. II. Smith days.' N. C. location.It
of the Worlds About People one of our fish Superior .
1 .nd People Ton Don't Know- Picked dealers, made a trip to New Smyrnaand Charlie Singleton, of Cocoa, -Dr. Geo. W. Holmes, of City Point,' '-Mr. W. 1(. G. Scott, of Eau Oftllle, Is reported that Mr. S. Proskey
up by Our Society Editor and a large staff return, on Monday.Dr. week.was In town a couple of days or so this ,was in town this week. arrived here yesterday, to spend a dayor who managed Hotel Indian River, Rock-,

of CorreipondenU scattered along the J. Y. Porter, of Key West, has '-Major Fowler, of Pulatka, was to be ledge, last winter, will open It again this
Eat Coast of Florida. gone to Virginia to spend a fow days -Mr. E. M. Brelsford, of Palm Beach, seen on our streets Wednesday and so.Mr.. Charles P. Sumner, of Jacksonville season, and that the whole place will bo
with his family.Mr. bas been spending a few days in Jacksonville Thursday, Is spending his vacation at the thoroughly renovated.

THE ADVOCATE, I J. O. Fries, County Surveyorfor this week. -Major St.-Clalr Abrams, of Deland, Globe Hotel, Hendorsonvllle, N. C. Tho Colonnades Hotel, at City Beautiful

$1.50 per annum, in advance. Brevard, left here' Sunday ,for points -One of the anti-germ water filters was in town this week, on business -MUs Grace Skill\ of this place, left Daytona, has \been doing :a very
1.00 six months, ,. down the river. cnn be seen working at the ADVOCATE' connected with the Circuit Court. hero Saturday last to spend 1few days tine business of lato. There are about

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. -We have had quite heavy showersof office, See ad.,on 5th page.Mr. -Mr.: John S. Bowen, who has'' been with her sister, Mrs. Decker, at St. sixty guests thoro, and nil are enjoying

rain this week, and everything is Fentrrss Davis, of this place, spending Home time at Savannah, Ga., Lucle. the fishing and surf bathing

jf Reading notlce.ads.: are ten cents looking green and fresh from the effects. left Tuesday for Eden, where he has Is now located at White Spring, Fla. -Mr. Robt. L. Motlow, who lias 'been The Howland Hotel, Long Branch, N.

Iper line on this page.. OUR LADIES' SHOE DEPARTMENT accepted a position in a store. Ex-Senator Samuel Pasco, a memo time with hU family at J., under the management, of Mr. Geo.
is -Mr. Harry Tuttle, of Miami, passed Winchester, Tcnn., returned home yes A. Kelsey, has been doing a fine businesshls
1 -Mr. J. B. Coarsey, of Savannah, was complete, but are offering great ber of the Nicaragua Canal Commission,
this week shaking hands with cut in prices. through[ hero last week on hiss. way to has been spending: a few days "In Jack } summer. Many prominent people
fin town Cleveland 0. where he will spend sev- terday.We from New York and other ''places, are
[his many friends. THE EAGLE ,01.01111x0: STonE. oral weeks., sonville this week received yesterday, a very neatly there In force this season.

here for information -The addition to Mr. F. A. Lesley's -Sheriff' Joseph P. Brown, has been gotten up number of the twelfth annual .
-People writing -Col. C. C. Post, of City Beautiful, meeting of the Florida State Horticultural Mr. S. H. Peck, of the New Arlington,
will enclose a stamp to insure a hone, at this place, which was referredto spending; few lays down the river this
please in last week's ADVOCATE, is nearly left the latter part of last week for week. He returned home yesterday, Society.Dr.: Potosky, oUch| and Plaza Hotel, Rock-
reply. Chicago, where he will spend a coupleof ; ledge, Fla., is going a fine business this
-Miers Froscher, of LaGrange, left completed. weeks. ..:.Mrs. E. B. Wager and Master Ryals, S. O. Worley, of ,St. Augustine, summer at that.fine hotel, the'Arlington,
here Monday for Miami, where he ex- -Capt. W. H. McIntyre, of Eau Gal. :who left here for Macon and other points who Is spending some time In the north which is considered one of the finest
lie who has been Judge and Mrs. D. L. G'aulden and With the' Florida (in a vacation, Is expected home todayor
pects to remain some time. spending some timeat ren Association! returned summer resorts In the west. This house,
Daytona, returned to the above place Vinna Gaulden, of thlB'place, left Monday home on Wednesday. tomorrow.Mr. will remain open until late'in September.
-Mr. J. L. Caruthers' wife and fam'lItarrived last. for Jacksonville where they spent .
,Tuesday from Tavares, and Sunday, several days.SEVENTYFIVE. t-Mr, and Mrs. Jf O. Walton, Mrs. V, C. II. Rooks; of White City, wasa Manager Chas. A. Merrltt.\ of Hotel

[expect to stay,here permanently. -Archdeacon and Mrs. for F. Brown, BUYa A. Morgan and Mr. Chas. H. Walton ex- passenger on yesterday's northbound whore Placldo, Jacksonville, is surely\ ',going to
who left here, last week, the' northto CENTS 'WILL pect to leave Wayne vllle to-morrow train cn.routo to St. Augustine, have his hands full next winter. In addition
[FANCY SILK JTRONT SHIRTS, from their boy's military full' suit of- blue ) Ashevllle where be.will{ spend a few.days.
; spend summer vacation, are now (Saturday (Ifor they to the management of the l'laclde
GOcts to- $1.25, at theEAGLE located at Thurmont, Frederick county, demin, cap to match, at the will spend some time. -Mr.'and Mrs B. Richardson, of Eau and'Rathbun hotels, Supt.: C. B. Knott

CLOT "W,STOBK. Maryland. ".. EAGLE CLOTHING: STORE. -Mr. W. II. McFarland, of the orange ,Gallic\ passed through Titusville yesterday of the F. E. C. Hotel System: has appointed -

Master Carl Schuyler, of this city, who Mr. G. W.. Liner, of West Palm -Mrs. H. Berry-of Daytona, spent a protection scheme now has his office on'their way to Jacksonville\ where Mr. Merritt manager/ of the Buffet -
[has been spending several days with relatives Beach, passed through here Tuesday on few days iu Jacksonville the first of the located In the old office formery used by they will\ spend several weeks. department of the above system. Wo

f at Malabar, returned home Sunday his way to New York, where he will week. She: left there for Pensacola, the J., T. & K.,W Ry. This makes a -Ro dm8stnr Carter and Superintendent have no doubt he, Is fully capable of
[last. month so.ITo will 'attend where she will visit her daughter, Mrs very'nice, place there Is of "holding the fort," for tourists 'in con-
spend a or as plenty O'Urien, of the F. E. C., R'y,
-Mr. G- E. Muriel, who is travelingfor the Grand Army meeting. tieagrave Adams.On room to show the,tents. were In Titusvllle Wednesday, Inspect vdrsatlon with the ADVOCATE In representative
last winter ILuteriug
[ Baker & Holmes, Jacksonville, was a THE "MOTHER'S FRIEND" .BOYS' bnnday ast'as the northbound -Mr; Edmund Simmons, of Cocoa, ing the work of the new water tank and terms of Mr. Men spoke lit'a management very of ,

[passenger, on Monday's south bounq Shirt Waist is the best and strongest train entered colored town it killed a passed'\ through here Saturday Jast on car sheds the Buffet service. Success to him.

I train, en route south, as far as Miami. made; a fine assortment, of., patternsat calf belonging to Mr. S. G. Vanlandingham his .way to Seabreeze, where be spent a -:Mr, and Mrs. Julius Kline and baby, I '

-Rev. E.V.,, Blackman, of Miami,.was the EAGLE CLOTHING STORE, ,fine of this place :who said it was a couple of..days, returning to,tbia.placeJ'aesdaY.JIljtht..so of tbU place,leftyesterdayjluprningforNow died Mrs.. N.. McCreary WadthOImother, who recently.oI''- '.I.
S a passenger, on Monday's northbound Titusville\ Fla. very one as to take in the gun York, where they will spend some ft..Jeffer.-oOj; of the Hotel (

' train, en route to Jacksonville. He returned -Hon.Frederick K.Morse, of Miami, -Mr. T. T. Welch of the Sou bernExpl"Jss shoot\ on Wednesday mornlrfg. He,left time.: Mr. Kline goes to, buy his fall T. W. MoCreary at Put-ln-Bay, manager, well known on
few hoursIn the same afternoon for Cocoa. winter stock.
home Wednesday.Mr. Company, spent a and
a prominent real: estate dealer was a Indian River having formerly managed
S. W. Rowley, of San Mateo, isI passenger 'on Tuesday's northboundtrain town'on Monday last.th lie left, on ,it.-:Rev. John A. IIughes, of this place, -The Ice factory at this place broke Hool( Granada, Eau Gallic, and Is expected .
northbound train same
I spending: a few days in Jacksonville, i ; en route .to Llthla Springs, Ga. the @ day. left Monday, for Jacksonville, where be down on Monday, and in consequence of to manage It the coming winter.
i introducing a very fine cigar, which ''lle[ will also visit Philadelphia and New -Mr. Kingan Hodgson, of Eau Gallic\ will take the Clyde steamship Iroquois that the fishermen did not go out as She was tho daughter of Thomas Willis;
J contains nothing but Florida tobacco. York ere returning home. arrived in town Wednesday on a visit to for New YorkFrom there be will go usual Monday night. The factory started a well known hotel keeper of Pennsylvania -

; home September examination of teach Claude Walton, and expects to bo here a to Portland, Conn.,,to spend about five working again the next day. and on becoming the wife of S. N.McCreury .
-An addition made to the -
was week or so. lIe came up on his sailboat weeks with his family, who will return assisted him In the management -
of Mr. E. L. Brady on Friday morning ers for the public schools of Brevard here with him. -Mr. Geo. W. Soobie, of this city; of hotels at Ashtnbula and the ,
last, when Mrs. Brady presented her county, will commence at the Schoolhouse : manager for the Florida Fish &; Ice Co., ,
husband with a girl. Dr. B. R. Wilson, Titusville, on September 5th. -Mr. James Hogg,, of Melbourne, Internal -Mr. E. L. Brady, one of our leading at this point, has received an order for Hotel Jefferson, at Jefferson, where she

as usual, was on hand. County Supt.. Jno. H. Sams will be in Revenue Collector, passed merchants at this place, who has ,been 150 barrels of dry salt fish from Havana, died.The

-Will through here, 'Saturday last, on his spending sometime at Waynesvillo and and is sending them out as rapidly as Waynesvllle Inn, Waynesvillo, N.
write the our names correspondents of and please townsas charge.Mrs.. W. S. Norwood, 'of this place, way home. lie left there Monday for' AshevIlle, N. C., and New York, where possible. Both Wednesday and Thurs- 0,, under tho ablo management of Mr.J .
persons the south far as Miami. he has been for the past two or three he had crowd of and of Boston has
legible as possible? It is hard who was called to St. Augustine on day a men dressing E. Montague, done a
work for strange compositors very to decipher account of the illness of her daughter, -The expected change In'' the customhouse weeks{, arrived had home to-day, and reports salting the mullet for shipment very good tourist business the past Hutn-
'a time
I[ some of them. Mrs. F. J. Reid, passed through here officials took place at Miami on while having hway.i, very pleasant '-Mrs. F. A. Morgan left here, Saturday 'mer. The house I is new, with nearly all
Friday afternoon last en route to Indian. Monday, when the Hon. John F. Barr, last, for Jacksonville, accompaniedby conveniences; and the tablo Is suppliedwith
Wm. A. Bours, jr., son of Mr. Wm. ola,to attend to another daughter, Mrs.J. of Jacksonville, succeeded W. M. Feath. WE HAVE, 25 boys' washable: percale Mr. Chas. II. Walton, editor and all the markets'afford. Waynes
: A. Bours, of Jacksonville, who handles i F. Mitchell, who, on Friday morning oily! as deputy collector of that pott. ,suits, we are closing at 50cts and 75cts, proprietor of the INDIAN RiVEit ADVOCATE vllle Is quite nice little town, while the
| all kinds of grain, left, Sunday last, for last, gave birth to a fine, bouncing' girl. wor h' 75cts and $1.00. $2.50 will and East Coast Chronicle. Ou arriving surrounding country-with its magnificent
Lawrenceville, N. J., where he will enter Nothing like having a good mother to -We'received two very handsome numbers you a double texturo Mackintosh, with In the above place they wore met mountains-Is very beautiful. Asa
I of the Big Four Hallway Gazetteof hea1th" resort this Is said to be
college.Mr. look after ; a .comfortable this lvlng
you. garment
cape by Mr. and Mrs.' J. O. Walton, who will
July and August, on ,Sunday last, rainy weather one of the finest In North Carolina; and
Jacobs, of Jacksonville,' traveling -We note the following from the which were sent to us by Mr. W. .F. rrne EAGLE accompany them toi Waynesvllle, Ashe some of the mountains are 0,500 feet
agent for Chas. Blum & 'Co., of the Times-Union and Citizen of Monday: Greaves of Atlanta, who, connected CLOTHING STORE, vllle, Hendersonville and other places above sea level. We should advise those
above place, was In town from Monday Mr. Chas. IL Walton, editor and pro- with the above railroad.Do Titusville, Fla. where they will enjoy the boautlfuidrives who like mountain scenery and air' to

until Tuesday, getting orders. for his prietor of the INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, >> Friends of Major John B. 'To nl, of walks, etc; They expect to be visit the above, place Mr. P. L. Turby-
large firm. Titusville, with a party composed of! you need candy?1 If you are in Bay street, ,Jacksonville, ,will be very gone month or so. fill has a fine livery stable, and some of
THE DISPLAY OF NEW FALL Sam- Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton, Mrs. F. A. business and want to buy good candy at pleased to know that; he is, convalesent, the finest horses and carriages In Waynes
and others passed a cheap rate, write for prices, or call upon and able to be aroUnd
Morgan through again
ples for and
tailored made goods, nicely Wm. Knauer, corner of Madison and INVITATION.You vllle. lIe is very obliging reasonable
Jacksonville yesterday on a.six weeks'pleasure bis duties. On week last
Mop ar
arranged in the window of the Eagle In his rates.
Clothing Store, Titusvllle. is the most trip to the mountains of North Adams streets, ,Jacksonville' ;; Head ad. the major met with a' verY"* painful accident -
elaborate ever exhibited on Indian Carolina and Virginia.We on 8th:! page. while gathering 'grapes from his : are cordially Invited to call at The Indian River hotel has had an unusual

River. want to, draw the attention of -Tbe Clyde Line is now 'compiling a noted grape vine which is trained very Kline's' Store and examine Mado-to- run of transient patronage for the
readers along the East classified list of hotels and boarding high. The major was up about ten Order Clothing. Samples from the summer season during the past few days,
-Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hogg and son, our numerous feet and while' fort : and Manager J. G. Bast, assisted by
and \ the state in houses in all towns which they touch. reaching some Royal Tailors. Mr. Cueatham, travel-
Coast throughout
Jienny, left here Tuesday for Jacksonville ,to the advts. of the live and! energetic general The list for Titusville was prepared by bunches, turned dfzzy, and fell on the Ing agent for this firm, who is an expertIn Col. W. 0, Winans, have been kept busy
the mountains of North Carolinaand business men who are bidding fora the ADVOCATE., and forwarded to New side of his head' and face cutting his thin. line, will bo pleased to take your entertaining the guests. The following
New York City, where they will York. head and bruising his face badly, also InJuring measure. are among the recent arrivals: J. G.
of In the
witness the /great race for the America'scup. share your patronage '' coluramof his back. Under the care of Dr. Jacobs, J. L. linker Jacksonville, Fla.;
Mr. Hogg's yacht, the E. C. L., .,.the ADVOCATE. If you are In'neec -In last week' ADVOCATE it was announced Miller and the major's own balsam, we M. H. McGulre, Umatllla, Fla.; J. U.
was left in charge of Capt. Peter Nel of any particular line of goods, the pink that Mr. Robt.. Ransom, of Atlanta" are very pleased to know of the above re- Received a Maw Trap. Coarsoy, Savannah, Ga.; Jas. W. Up-

son. paper will Read tell the:you ads.the best place to buy would take charge of the Holland sults. During Major Tognl's illness, his ,shur, Baltimore; L. A. Myers, N. C.;

-Gen'l. Traffic Manager J, P. Beck- them. House, but it was a misunderstanding business was ably managed by two On Saturday morning last several ;. Judge J. B. Gaines, Leesburg, Fla.;
with, Assistant General 275 FULL TROUSER PATTERNS, aU as Mr., Ransom' did not think of trustworthy men, who thoroughly understand members of the Tltusvlllo Gun Club lIon. A. L. Brown Eustis, Fla.; Col. O.
J- Passenger Agent different of and fab taking it. met at their grounds to T. Stanford Arcadia Fla. J. W Fulg-
a Kahner and Contractor 'J. A. McGuire designs patterns their business-Messrs. John try a new trap, ; ,
of the F. E. C. Railway were Ics, now on exhibition at the Eagle -Mr. J. P. Beckwlth, Traffic Managerof Cohan and Thos. J. Saul. called a Magauw, which is run by an ham, New York; Capt.( 0. II. Bean, E.
passengers on Friday's southbound, train Clothing Store, from which you can the Y, E. C. Ry, passed through I I elecrio battery and the turning of a Ben Carter, Capt. L. A. Hildreth, St.
rute to Dado county. Messrs. Beck make your selections for a tailored here Sunday last on the northbound Notice to Justice of the Peace. crank. It worked splendidly and was Augustine; Edmond Simmons, J. D.Crnbb .
win and lUhner expected to as far suit, odd trousers, or a single vest. train, en route to Jacksonville. Mr. I pronounced to give good satisfaction by C. W. Crabb, Cocoa, Fla.; J.
II Key West. go These goods were selected for their Jtokwith has been spending several The new session law of 1800 can be the members. Quite a number of people O'Brien, New 'Smyrna, Fla.; Chas. S.
special trade being medium In weightsand i were present.' Partridge, Sanford Fla.: Dr. Elam B.
days on the lower East <<,:oast. obtained of County Clerk A. A. Stewart,
desirable for Carlton Arcadia Fla. C. R. Semond
goods resisting the< Fla. ; ,
ntusville, by fifteen centsto
Pet Stock For Sale. hot sun. Every garment fully assured -The finest fences ever erected in Florida East Coast R'y 11. C, Oliver, J,
to fit and made' up to the measures Florida are being built by the Florida pay postage. 8. S. Miami Hailed fur Philadelphia, Chuluota, If[a.; R. M. Troy

birds Fancy pigeons' song and fancy cage taken. East Coast Railway Company to keen Savannah, Ga.; Maj St. Clair Abrams'

rabbits, Belgian hares, guinea Perkins Jr. who has been stock oil its track The fence I-of Titusville Laundry, The steamship :Miami, of the Florida Judge I. A. Stewart, DeLand, Fla.;
I gSj! white Llack and yellow rats; fly- -Mr. Sam Union woven wire, nailed to llghtwood posts, East Coast Stea'mslrip, Co., has gone to Judge U. P. Fowler, Palatka, Fla. ; E.
lug, ?ray and fox squirrels nt.le our Western Telegraph operator and is of the "horse high, bull strung :Mrs. Geo. Cook, of Titusvllle, I is now Philadelphia to have some needed repairs DIy, DeLand, Fla.; J. D. Bryan, New-
and all stock Pure bred. Price alllist free. for year or so, expects to'' leave here Md pig tight" variety., prepared to do laundry work of every made. She\lit to be completely Flo.; Judge M. S. Jones Rev.

Address, Mas. E. H. ARMS-THONG-, tomorrow (Saturday) for Sanford, 'wherehe : -There description. All work guaranteed/ overhauled, and among other Important Father O'Boyle, Cocoa, Fla.; W, W.
will be superintendent of the telegraphoffice was a grand reception given
Jacksonville, Fla.., which makes quite a good promoLion. ''I to the officers of the steamship Miami, Leave store your, opposite washing ADVOCATE at G. F. Duren'scorner office. changes additional we notice cabins that there will be Trout, wife and child, Miami, Fla.

Mr. and Mrs. S: Perkins, and Miami by the citizens of that thriving some on the upper
Save earl daughter, will also move to Sanford, little city last week, which was success deck, and some very important changes Io You Want to Spend Tho
<< for Your Wanted In the and
Sewing electric de
Groceries much to the regret of their many friend fully carried out, and thoroughly en- r culinary light Winter In Florida?
to the Magnolia at this place. We wish Sam every success joyed by all that were present. Miami partments. While the Miami Is away
Grocery Co. and does In Gentlemen's Clothing neatly repaired. the Cocoa will take her run to Havana, -
Jackson- in his new position, hope It will always everything grand style.
ville not be long before he Is with us again. t MR8. R. C. SCRIMOKOUIt, leaving on the arrival of the north mail. If so, J. A, Gilbert, of 424& East and
Florida. Titmvtlle\ }'I.. These changes are being made on account St., Dayton, 0., can supply you with
19-1bl( Foreign Langiiugea. of the heavy increase |'D travel, furnished cottages, situated at Eau Gal-
2.lb.() White granulated sugar... . '1.00 Wanted. teal Estate Sale. which Is expected this winter. lie, Fla. The most beautiful location oa
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12-lbe the whole Indian River and'directly
.. opposite
green coffee ,... 1.n .00C Experienced party in stock raising Madam Deitz, of City Beautiful, Fla.: the
g.lba: Itiut the mouth of the Banana River
The Beat arpha on Coat.Vrom Free ,
S, bacon A b ckle's egee:. .'. :,. .. 1.00 wants A partner with capital to start a Is prepared to take'a. few pupils at reasonable rrotl. Waif ted. the moat famous fishing ground on the
n d. . iIU. cattle ranch in South Florida; best loca- rates. French, German and
Breakfaat r.-.r .UT East Coast of Florida. For further
.About sixty of land the pareticulars
acres eastside
bacon Spanish taught. P. O. address J on
.9 and .10 cation in the state. Address ,
u 23-lf. of Indian River 'nor Jensen, 15 A 30 room House fully furnished for apply either to J. A. Gilbert.
Picnic u Seabreeze Fla. ,
. 61 W.. care'ADvocATE, ,
ha It U ". '61 .Tltasville Fla. acre cleared, wlllyield annually 1500. the season of 1800. Daytona preferred.Am Dayton, O., or to J. E. M. Hodgson, of
Best hamam .:. '. .. .10 Dawson Comfortable tenent houses, lovely location. 'of long experience In hotel.Business Eau Gallic, Fla.

10.1'--. butterlne. . .. . IM J lloea Must be sold at a sacrifice on account at.TallulaC Fall, Oa. Want to run the
Write\ /groceries. The San1tlateo Cigar, of the death of the owner. Being/ Arlington In connection with a good Empty Sugar and lllco Barrels
Goods delivered"* on other Are naaDofactored and sold by Burger! water protected It Is free from frost. If Florida Best of references can

MAOSOU to depot lo Jacksonville.' .All Pure Florida Tobacco, A JJsuragfrd, wholesale hardware deal. you want great bargain apply at once to be'given. Address, For sale. Address,
i GROCERY Co., East Gout Grown, ers105 Chambers itrejiL N.w York. D. L. GAVJLDKS, County Judge, W. D. YOUNG' WAI.TKK MOORS,

Jacksonville. Fla. No better made; try them. "' : ti-3O, Titusville, Fl*. Proprietor Arlington Hotel, Atlanta., Ga. 8 George St., Charleston, 8, C*
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teeth from cylinder thus preventing{ tax certificate law complied :lry ,I'PI/" 1 1CiMoldy l-rv: 'I f

'f breaking uV of p't1aa. Another but Icon clerk of the circuit'court a' a bni>iu!!". stocks of Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celery and Lettuce, Black, Golden and
t Jacksonville, which will be of (merest I., a deal of v-
desirable Is haul
to and vines
:1 way pile Valentine Wax Beans; Georgia and_ Florida Rye; Texas and Florida
all Florida readers to this incj.-; i ,
on barD floor and tramp out wlth'twoor : > ? "
friends thJt0.- ? Rust Proof Oat&
"No tax deed can be Issued .1) i i.rti
four horses, but in this way you upon n
who *-" *
boy won'
have your peas to clean certificate purchased from the slate, when bp' .. /rtmica y-tn Write for price list. 1
ago >
iriicI'4'4 CAP. E. A. Witsojf under tax sale, unless the application be ,' L. CAMERON. Seedsman
In the co ui ui PI t .', .: ,
made to the clerk within sixty days after "
Washington C. "James.
: HIM w \'J "wnn a
the period of redemption I. e. two willing boy. l.i.t I ir : ; ..If., u tnt* 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

r'r A Word to Motlicr years from date of sale. terer was simply warm il ttuJ I often .

o Mothers of children affected with "K" tax deed can be Issued upon n found It more convenient to attendto -
croup or a severe cold nerd not hesitateIDadminister'hamberlain'sCough certificate purchasable from the state : little errui.iliuivtwlf, than to wait for GEORGE MAUX. MARS.

; Rem unless the application be made to the his explanations One day a neighbor
: e ly. It contains no opiate nor narcotic wanted to send a nice note ct ur across! 1VIA. BROS.
clerk within sixty days from the date 01
!r In any form, and may be given as con the city and I permitted James to curry ,
fidently to the b-ibe all to an adult. Thereat transfer by the state. It for him The trip wa a long one. Wholesale Dealers In .
success that has, attended Its : "A tax deed can be Issued I
use upon a and James was quite three hours.
T" In the treatment of colds and croup has certificate purchased at the tax sale by When, be returned. I asked him bow GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE...
for It the ,
won and .
DIAN RIVER has received throughout the praise United an 'Individual, provided such individual much be bad charged for his services.

fN 1'r States and In many foreign lands. For applies for same within the prescribe 'FI-fi- -fi.fi-ft.fifilteen c-c-c-centel!' 131 and 133 East flay Street aDd 6 and 8 Nevrnsn Street,

sale by all druggists and medicine dealers time and the owner of the land described was the gasping reply

In said certificate has been notified according 'Why didn't you make 'It a quarter TAOlsjsoxarc-UJLo: : F'1orldua,

VIRTUES OF. SALT-WATER tax to deed law" can and be makes Issued.no upon protest."A a .certificate "T''I I asked c-c-c-c-c-conld-conld-conl: n't ONE OR THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY.

.-.-e-e-,say It, be replied with tears as
BATHS. purchased from the state, In. well as hyphens in his voice

1 FLORIDA VELVET BEANS stanter, prvided the same Is applied for "Right then I made np my mind We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating'Potatoes and Cow Peas;

AND COWPEAS.. This. bath Is very fine, as It gives tone within the prescribed time and the certificate never to give anyone my services without guaranteed genuine We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want

to the entire system and keeps the skin Is more than four years old. first making sure that I could recite your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial 'and you will be pleased.:

8 Editor In ian'lU'tr Adrorntt : healthYla,1 the Ladles Home Journal "If said certificate Is less than four my price without stuttering and I MARX BROTHERS' Jacksonville.. Fla.

h Being widely known throughout the of'August. For a hand bath (a bath given years old, the owner of the land described never have. "Cincinnati Enquirer JJ3T- We only Sell to Dealers.

country 'In connection with the growth to tho body by use of the hands only In said certificate, must be notified, ,according The Return of the nation.

and distribution of the Florida velvet or by sponge or cloth) place a handful of to law and If no protest is made In the civil war our soldiers faced

I bean and the extra early cow pea-two salt In a basin as ordinarily filled for deed can Issue. privation and bnnger A little story in

:l'f I marvelous foiago plants-I have had washing Allow the salt to dissolve, or "The clerk deals only with matters of H. ''Clay Trninbull's book. '"War Mem John B Stetson University

; ,y-;! many letters of Inquiry as to the best hasten the action by stirring It with the redemption and Is allowed to relieve oriel of a Chaplain. tells! of the spiritin

,, )1. method of planting, harvesting, handling hand. The water should be as cold as money for that purpose on certificates While which before they sometimes did it

I. $ ,and threshing the1 two cropi. If 'you have vitality to withstand. Use no not more than two years old. work in the, summer Petersburg of 1864.doing our siege men DeLand, Florida.
}<: t' soap. Bathe the entire 'Applications' to purchase must be I
:: you will give me a brief space, I will body. Do not bad wormy bard tack served out to

? ;: answer my farmer friends through your neglect the face and neck in the free use made to the treasurer and'with' each them. It was a severe trial to the men. For BothSexes. Next Scholastic Year Begins

1 : :, valuable and widely circulated paper. of salt water. The bath has an exhilarating application must be sent a certificate Breaking open the biscuits and finding

'll i Practical experience has deco mstrated influence, tones the entire system, from the'clerk, setting forth all the certificates live worms ,in tbem, they would throw October 3rd. Send for Catalogue

\. that tho host way to grow the velvet and gives to the skin a healthful condition !held by the state, covering all the pieces in the trenches although the

'. bean Is to drill It an Inch or so .apart In that amply repays for the time and or any part of the land applied for, and orders were to keep,the' trenches' clean College, Academic, Normal, Art and Music Departments. .Large, commodious

t rows four feet one and to trouble Involved. If used In the winterit also the assessed valuation of the land In A brigade officer: of the day, seeingsome with sanitary arrangement artesian water etc. Insuring
I rO' way, cover of these along car front, Dormitory buildings, perfect
will be an excellent preventive of colds the oldest certificate."In .
I. three or four inches deep. It Is a good called out sharply to our men perfect healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout ; faculty of 22
" besides
Idea to drop freely of common corn In being a substitute for face COB; case of purchase, no deduction! "Throw that hard tack out of thetrenches'
and teachers. Send for Catalogue containing full information.
,, drill row with bean, tho stalk affording metics. No chapping, ,no roughness of will be allowed on account of any subsequent Then..as the men promptly' trained experienced _

a partial support 'to vine, thus keeping,$ the skin and 'no clogging of the pores taxes being made. gathered it np. he added, "Don't .you Address. J. Ft. 'FORBES. ..,. President

most of pods off the ground, thereby will.trouble the person who systematically "Application to redeem certificates know; that you:ve no,business to throw ..

(; largely Increasing fruitage and and regularly takes a bath of this over two' years old must be made'to the bard tack in the trenches?"
$ prevent
i'' ing deoay. sort. Ordinary table ,salt, or rock salt state treasurer." Allowaoce.wlll. be. I made'. Ont' from the injured soldier heart CHAS.: B ; ,C7M 4 'C O. ,

will do,- but will not' do'' so well. The if taxes' are' and that there came the reasonable explanation, '_
When your plants are up large enough, subsequent paid, "We've thrown it out two three DEALERS IN -+--
: work; freely with cultivator untl\\ vines sea-salt contains medicinal propertiesnot fact can, be shown. ,from,the,tax collector, "or and
times,, sir but it crawls.back.. :PI.n.e: : Wines: : Lic1uorS,
; t fill to be found In the others. Whether or by presenting tax receipt' '
I ; the row: then lay.by. If bean"crop )a '
; to bo threshed with hand machine, pick on exercilo 'or not, the, body should re.ceiv4 pj7 Llvety! ; .Eittlag.When ,i 417., A 419 W. Bay St.,

:' .' pods off vines when ripe In fall; and dally, .,hand bath of cold or cool Working Night and Day. one grows weary of the eternal JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.

,t t 7' when thoroughly sun or"'scaffold 'dried, ,water, especially In the summer, either The busiest and mightiest) little'.thing Ices; blancmanges "charlotte's and puddings .......r 1,

It maybe threshed. If crop is tube thresh- upon rising$ or,before retiring.A that ever was ,made'Is Dr: King's New leryed tous year. In,and year out 1 _, .i
ed Life Pills. :Ever Dill) is a sugar-coated tot sit gaertit..li, pleasant! to hear.of ,an r ,Bombarding, Dewey
'f'. to by.borse or steam power put a heavy globule 6f health, that changes weakness innovation. A traveled 'American, re' ., r' Is
Uncle Sam
t: ; harrow on your bean field when Is DANGEROUS HABIT. Into strength listlessness into With good things ,
crop ,
tnrtrked that she had the
h energy $ ,once felicityof f-it. preparing to do when, he reaches
,: nearly ripe, thus breaking$ vines up," as brain-fag Into in mental building! power.the' They'rewonderful health. Bitting(, down,.to, a Japanese;dinner atwhlcbb ( this Side of the pond. There will

1, i., thoroughly as possible. This process People who go to, church to sleep Only 25o box. Sold by up,F, S. Chaff, were served such, dainties 'as be no "extra'dry" sauterne, claret,
"" ., will leave tho mans of vines In broken should bear in mind this, little announcement druggist melons,ices, fruits and sea froga., There, DurA'undy'or;' any other that flows

,S. patches throughout the field ; turn vines, from the Cleveland Plain Dealer: :was in addition to these sweet; a covered : in. his honor; : that will, be purer,

\ ':, with fork until thoroughly sun dried "Boston parson has been HORSES. dish, into which at the beginning r higher!: grade, or of more exquisite
preaching QUEEN vlqrOR.lA'S '
oftbe'dI lner. a bottle of wine'had been c... boquet,than; what you will find in
I } after which haul and thresh., A four to his congregation on the dangers of "" rust b :! our superior: stock'at, all times.
uedl. i a "
I ;' f :' horse power machine will do this work, sleeping In church, and It was a sensible Every fine morning, says a London po When a- "" W ?? .. Our stock of fine wines, whiskies
the and other dainties
sea M"
I r' 'r. two men operating it, with man and boy thing' to do. There Is no 'doubt 'that correspondent, an imposing cavalcade: had been discussed the cover of this k ", t:'. and beers are unexcelled

I 'f. ., to haul vines from the field. In this sleeping In unaccustomed attitudes is may be seen prancing: out of Buckingham : !dish was 'removed, and a number' of W- Dium'8 Pure Rye Whiskey, 7 years.. old, delivered to any part of the State

r? !'-"_ way 1i( bushels, may be threshed In a painful.: It brings on muscular clamps Palace gates. The procession consists sandhoppers.. hilariously intoxicated and express prepaid, for 320. '

/ single day; or If pods are picken from and 'crick' in the neck, and all sorts of of all the Queen's horses, and Its jumping about in the wildest manner. ,

; ":: vines 600 bushels may bo threshed. If strained sensations. Apoplectic men object is to give the royal animals their I were presented to the gaze of the astonished -

'",. hund machine is used, and stock is per. are much more apt to suffer from the dally exercise.' The sleek, well kept 'American' guests. The lively debeert. E8'1',1BL18UED 1880.

t fectly dry, two men can ,easily turn out symptons which they should strive to horses aud the comfortable wellcladmen so the 'fair traveler says was

,' r from 25 to 50 bushels of clean beans In avoid If they fall Into caught by the Japanese with little
cramped positionsin astride them proclaim regal ate at
'" bamboo sticks and eaten with great Bond: Lumber Co.
f' ; ten hours. a barrow pew; besides, the man who every step. The horses leave the mows gusto ,

I':. : In planting this seed I would not uleI' sleeps during$ the daytime in church at about 0:30: a. m., for a two hours1 air-
loss than one bushel to the 'to cannot sleep so well at If Chlnvie' Torture. Manufacturers of and Dealers in
acre, secure night., this Ing in the park. Sometimes it is Hyde The
of the
ingenuity: Chinese in devising -
I' : best results This one ,bushel Icon worthy parson can succeed in frighten Park, sometimes Regent's sometimes. the
punishment for offenders
.' good soil will yield you a return of over ing these slumberers into keeping awakeit Green and sometimes St. James. The passes that of 'the most crnel .people of ,; ,

i% twenty thousand' pounds of green forage will certainly relieve him from tryingto white Hanoverians are the Queen's favorites the middle ages. Some time ago a boy
',: Mouldings] Turning and Scroll Sawing Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
t ;
; covering! the ground solidly up to your keep them awake in the regular for state occasions. The Original was kidnaped from a village about 80 and Vegetable Crates. We solicit corresP
h" walbt, besides giving you from twenty. way" stock came from the Elector Hanover, miles from Chin-Kinng and brought to
that I Saw Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at
be sold
'r live to bushels city to The kidnapers
( : forty of dry beans, and stock, in tho,time of the first George DeLand and Titusville.
It ought to bo some consolation to the were arrested! and returned to the village
the value of leaf and vino fertilizer
as Their pedigree is traced back to the days
; : Italian government that this country has ( where the' people dug a hole ''in
} Ii'\\ can hardly be estimated If this vast of Witteklnt}, the Saxon .King, and the
never allowed the the ground\ like a'Jrnv'e, about three 1
I lynching fever,to extend '
: growth 'Is needed for green or dry feed to the hand-organ men. sacred horses of ancient Germany, Until feet deep. covered the bottom and sides H. A. HODGES.

.\ .. or for silo, there Is nothing that Is su- Victoria ascended the throne most of with unslaked lime, placed the offend1er ...

perlor to It. All stock eat It freely. Be Some men have an idea the recruits cnnitf 'from 'Hanover, but With( his bumla and feet tied. upon MANUFAOTURER OF

y i sure to plant this crop early as It takes a that it ia beneath a man's since 1337 they, have been bred, at Hampton the'lime'and covered his body with tbe ...Cypress and Yellow< Pine Lumber...

?.',. full season to muture Its wonderful and s dignity to trouble ,himi court, and/ tbey I"have become almost same material Then they filled the ,

,;M, marvelous growth of loaf, vine and ,fruit. self personaappt'arance much! about his. a pure English bleed. Although ,they hole] full of water' and us the' liiue ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.

Its growth is like the watermelon, throwing If anything: is said have Improved In shape since their Hanoverian clucked I 'be was rousted alive and his Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building In
upon the subject body consumed I any part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. The saw mills are locatedat
out laterals
a' from twenty to thirty they snort with dis- days, they are still a truffle clumsy Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the'J,, T K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any

feet, pods in clusters, of from two to lain, and, say' they according to English notions. But part of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla

twenty, forming every eighteen or twenty women.leave vanity to the' they are strong and steady, they never Notice of Sale of Stock.

inches full length of vines. The nature A man never made a give In, they are perfectly docile, and it
1 of this greater mistake. A and by virtue of a of SAW AND PLANING MILLS JACKSONVILLE YARD
logune: is to climb, and if would require UNDER power attorney
you man should not only an earthquake or a hurricane made byV., H H. Gieaaon, I will ntlatka, Flu. E. Bay. St., Foot of Catherine
give It something to run on, It will go be at all times neatly to disturb them. offer tor sale to the highest snit beat bidder
fifty to sixty foot, blooming and fruiting i dressed but also cleanandwholeeome for cash upon the '
aU ,
way up I claim Floilda, as Its body The man who iso Itcd Hot From the Gun ,
during the hours
legal of sale, In
front of the
home Its botanical name is is the man that suc Court House door at TitusVille
'Was the ball that hit G. B. Steadman Florida three
I Mugwna Utilii (wall) Tho Velvet does ceeds. The: man who shares of the apital Stock of the Kant: Coast Manufacturers of =-
Newark Mich. in
,I does not care a copper Civil War It Realty Company of the par value of Sl'io.oo
I not bloom until growth of vine is nearly about his dress, whose caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment each and will execute to the purchaser an '

: complete, and that is often as late as the'f' face blotches is rendered and eruptions unsightly whose by complexion pimples, Arnica helped for 20 years. Then Bucklen's assignment And at the of same certificate time and No.place M for by laid authority Block. Cypress Lumber Shingles! and 'Lath.A #
Salve cured ,
twentieth of September. ia sallow\ whose Cures Cuts, of a power if attorney from Oeo. O. Gleaoon,'! .
shoulders eyes are heavy, who Utilises, Burns, Bolls Felons, Corns, will offer for Mill to the hlphettt and best bidder
I'"' Tho cowpea, another legume of tho slouchy, does are not bent succeed and whose, either carriage in business is Skin Eruptions.: Best Pile cure on earth. for the caoh fifteen shares of of the Capital, Stock of large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling siding, mouldings, shingles,
"M, same family, differ in many respects from or in social life. A man like that- 2.:>c a box Cure guaranteed. Sold by each and company will execute an liar atglcnnient va ue of of$100.00 cer lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring$ prompt Bblpme ts Cypress

the wonderful plant above tlescl'l cd. should be sentenced to live for thirty days F, S. ChatTee, druggist. tittu too; ,M! for said mock to the purchaser. mouldings of all patterns a specialty j
in a room where: all.the walls\ were mirrors. n. A. CUKTI I
This plant In tho south, If the 'Eah'a ue would men get sick of his own unwholesomeness A man who does not learn to live ROUUIN8 & UKAHAM, When at home write us for prices; when up our way, come ant I see us.
:ITaily' seed Is used will give you throematured just as other people do. Such Attorney._ 1 *ept23Executor's :
while he Is ..
is ---
man should have an honest protrait that getting a living a poorer "
crops on the same ground In did not flatter him always before his eyes. man after his wealth is won than he was ------r:
:' .a single year, and la the north too, The It only cost a trill,for a man to dress well<< befoie. J. G. Notice. FOR 20 \
; weight and value of a single crop will and it costs still less for him to keep clean, 'W. .
.'",' wholesome and healthy in a physical way. An odd monument was desired by an "VTOTICK Is hereby given to all whom It
not that may
of the
equal When
velvet bean
but a man's stomach is( right and his digestion I Sent to
!: > concern that six month from this date by Express postoffice order or New York Excha we will
: the throe crops you take off the same is right his blood will be pure and elderly maiden lady who died a few tbs undersigned will present to Hon. l>. L. send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID ge,
: \ rich and he will\ be wholesome and: healthy weeks ago In Athione, Ireland. She lefta flaulden. County Judge of Hrevard county ,
; ground in season, make it more valuable Physically\ Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Florida kite tonal report,account and vouchers, FOUR FULL
for the farmer to grow Doth are Discovery makes a man right in every way fortune of :27,000 to be spent in the together with his petition for dlndiarge at rxecutor QUARTSOf
by making: his stomach, liver and digestion erection of a church, provided that her A, of the, dllCd.att taut will.and testament of Emily
as soil renovators I l
It give him a hearty appetite andfacilitates the Celebrated
as well as for green or dry feed, or for the assimilation of the life-giv.. body should bo converted Into ashes and June,,A d,at D.Fort 18'J'J.Fierce, Florida, thIs 8th day of Seven-Year-Old '
fug elements of the food. It drives out all used in making the mortar for buildingthe
silo, This seed may bo put In with common R. S. REYNOLDS
I impurities from the blood. It is the great edifice. Calhoun Pure i
i I wheat drill after ground is nicely blood-maker and flesh-builder. It does not Executor Estate uf Emily Rye Whilskey
fitted build flabby flesh or make corpulent A, Reynold, deceased.
using about six: pecks to the acre. people -
Low Kate To
more corpulent. Honest druggistson't Philadelphia. C. T, McCarty We tn s.
ship PLAty
When, plants are up four or five Inches advise substitutes."I Attorney for,Executor, junt66motI lUent When IOU gee It PACKAGES and teat it.,It no 1&marks I. Dot to Indicate contents (which witvoid. all cum and :
field was tired all the time" write Edward your$3.20 w'm be cheerfully satisfactory return it a' oun XI'EXSE:
run with barrow J. refunded.
over a thus I
freeing Davis, Eiw(care of Ceo. K. .,.her). 147 No loth The F. C. & P. railroad will sell tickets Ve are clo*.at hand and can Rive/ QUICKER TIIII'hlllkey I.as food aa any finn g the lIIarb ".
from grass and weeds. This will St., Philadelphia. Pa. "In the morning I felt as September 1st to 3rd, Inclusive, to Philadelphia been doing business you at the DELIVERY than distant bOIl lw a v

IHJ all your crop will need. If threshing if I was I had troubled never slept with and pimple was,too boil languid, diiiy to head eat. and returd at the rate of one fare Marriage\ Paper.Pu H::.. the l'OXS18IUTY edItor of this AND paper ItEPUTATION for honest tame dealing stand for,we over refer 15 you YEARS to any mercfftnt and JL t'o here our, or" l0'
backache and hoUow check for the round tripon account of G. A. Tnoutnd of adrcrtUen to **lea '
: Is to be done by hand machine pick At one time I from. Wealthy Introdoa \
I had twenty-eight bolls on my back. I wa K. encampment. Two trains dally with Sloe Formal and Venonal. leg SOLOMON & LEVI,
pods by hand, and hull and thresh at very despondent and thought nothing would through Bleeplng'cars. Full information ; ad.free to ldta Baaypl copy wore Jo ,
curt me. Then 1928 &; 1930 First Avem
I commenced
' f your leisure., If crop U to be threshed Pie,,"'.Golden Medical Dincovery., to This take me Jr. : by steam or horse power Tines be due tojretber with, Dr. !'ic,"'. Pellet cured or A. O. MacDonell Gen'L pa... Agent, DIIWINGUl \ AUn
t may me. Folk* now uy: Hello, KJI What's bc- great Wg11"U. dt ere tNe weaepaapen ..
Shipman Asst. Gen'l. ill
cut with sythe or mower; or may be com of your pimple M" pass. aDd) I *pay Exprei*Charges to all point reached by "SOUTHERN EJift'RESS C0)"
patn. PANY
Agent Jacksonville Fla MB.II1'OII noelpl of 1M for potw b"ttoPon' on linea of other
T Adv horses, 14 St.CUlr 51.,Toledo, 0. Southern Express Company trantfen to laid other Express Company Jiomi -

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Professional Cards. Botanic I I DRAINAGE OF ROADS. CHfltCIIKS.L .
Blood Balm. : Then HP WHO, (Unit. --- -- -

:; ROBBIES. W"LT1taS.OIUBur. ; Durability Depend on Speedy Htnovnl LEAN Scotch nn\rl'tYIruf"I'Hot'\ Irritated & !\(, cnuncit.PMtr .
aot Y. A GRAHAM, ft 2ml and 4th Sundays In each
i OBBINS I In road building the chief effort Into the habit of |l'hlc1l1>l their hut and month, at II a. m. and T:alp p. m. I'unlla'lIchool
THE GREATBLOOD of In the very Sunday nt ff.to:; a, m. Evening at
should be toward securing the bent canes on his leak 1'r..r
ATTOILNEYS-AT-LAW, ((C PEOPLECltantintst t p. ut. on WeclnefHUy. Litany "en
drainage ItS water and dirt are boundto cloakroom, announced' that the next article frlday at 10.. m.

A.rics nouns:-From 10 to 12 a. m., make mud. A dry road Is usually npood .., of the kin"111Ilct'" there would be Archdeacon II. F. HKOWS, Rector.1'RESItYTEtUAN .
2 to 4 ------- -- -
anTrruevtLLE p. m. CURE road or will become ft good rond does destroyed Some days Inter the professor

Brevard Co., Florida. r"In til' by constant usage. The excel with ktaltk. If we was called for H moment from the : rumen.

P.O. BOX, 108. t.on w Rich proves the rule la the sandy have catarrh any classroom A student dipped( into his I '-l'nlrelll'Vl'rr Sabbath at II. a. lI1.amIT'IOp.m.
Sunday! nchiml at in a. in (11'0. W, HCoble,
all the courts atat and '
Will practice In fed FREE. I r.md. .\ sandy rond Is n dry road but 1 \..,- wAer tf/ cannot private room and emerged with theJlrOflllllllor' Bunt l'ravcrmceting. on dedneaday evening
and tt whollycltan. which he placed con at 7 ::10. The .., cordially Invited to attend -
for examining hat
"special facilities perfecting not often a good road says S. 1) Tall- our"en 1"'hlle.

land l titles. A Cure for Blood I' tuna In The I'netmiatlc. splcnonsly the desk while his fellows v.JOl.VA HCGIIK5, Pastor.
and Skin Dis-
I To assist' the drainage the road 1\1 Iakesystem- grinned und trembledThe -

IIOUQUTON'S eases, Eczema, Ulcers, Pim- fniould be first crowned and then about atic efforts to professor, on returning, saw the HUTIST CHURCH.
pvll. ples, Scrofula, Blood Poison bo free from stn-
four to six Inches of crushed stone, yk A' hat thought some rnhlycbstinnto rteachingevery second and fourth 'Sundays

Cancer, Kidney Trou- defending upon the amount of travel, this disgusting dent hud been deli'er'lllnto bin hands" morning and ""ellln Prater Mooting every
FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTSon ble Bolls disease Mrs. L. A. Johnston, 103 his knife ho cut the Wednemlay evening! at 7.Ht: o'clock. Sunday
Malaria, put on, gradually decreasing\ little In and taking out School every Monday at t>:-O a, in. Also| 1'l'1'arh-
the (Dentos) Rheumatism thickness ns It approaches the gutters; rilham and RIpley Sts., Montgomery, offending article to pieces while vainly Inn art Sunday at Ijt I Ala., tells her experience with catarrhof conceal the smile of triumph Invited to attend.
then a heavy steam roller passed overIt attempting to K. N. HELL, Pastor.
Now at Palm
Beach. A TRIAL tho stomach and how she was his
about counter
TREATMENT SENT PRIVATELY two or three times to set It: upon that played --

IlY MAIL FREE TO ALL WHO SUFFKK.: this limit three or four Inches of liner cured: nance lie was in a very bud temper!

D L. GAULDEN, It any n an or woman MilTerlne from any I crushed stone should be placed and nsteam "I will state to you that I have tho next dar1.lk..a MKTHODIST: CIICRCII.Regular

blood or Skin Trouble will write UK we will scud; roller Missed over It ngnlu.: A taken eight bottles of your Po-ru-na "I'rvlt'l'lll.'Very first third and fourth
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW them free of rlnrjre and to destination ( Icked. Sundays atI a. m and Ttxi: j>, in. HiutdnyHcliool
a trial bottle of llotauic prepaid Itloml Mali (lt. it. II.), great deal of care should be taken not and two of Man-a-lln and rejoice to soy, to lie Ii every Sunday at lasts: a. in. Kpwortbl
the famniift Southern Bland Rrmed '. It ban God bless 1> llartraan anlll'c-ru-na.' Hall Cnine confesses that he likes to Will practice In all the Courts of the State ) to have the road flat on top. This hard r. lug every Tluinulay night nt 7:1"1: o'I'I ot Florida, and the United States Courts.I. !permanently r)years ttandlnpr cured and thounamta after doctor of map, ,hospitals some of stone dressing forms almost a waterproof And I earnestly assure you that it be kicked aa long as the thing ia doneIn ladU,' Aid Horlfty mretn eteryedneiiday

.O Box,235. TITUSVILLE, FLA. and patent medicines had failed. Remedy has covering that will\ last for yearn has done me more good than any medicine public and makes him conspicuous nenrlce at 3 text p, m. Kverj: body welcome at our church
Money to Loan. been thoroughly tested for past 30 years and I I" I notorious lIe in the London
I in life. or says
lg perfectly safe to take by old or young lllood If properly taken care of each springby hate ever taken my Rev A. I). PENNEY: Pantor.
Halm is an honest.Inexpensive remedy that you putting some fine crushed stone. prescribe it to every ono I meet whois Mall "Even the silliest\ personal reference -

GOLDSMITH, may test befoie you I.art"ith your money I This covering will\ let the water suffering ns the best medicine in I ever see, however inspired by CATHOLIC CIll'KCH.

M. CURES MADE BY BLOOD HALM. drain freely to the gutters and'leave acomparatively tho world, and have made many .converts paltry feelings seems to me by implication -

ore Allan on arantufSpnrta(1 lip called epithelial* cured C'alU'Arl.Julll\of painful. \ dry road In n few min- who ore now rejoicing in tho a tribute compliment, being a Church Services Imlldlnp at 10;,a.North in. e\ery TlUmvlllo.catechUm Pnndny' Children'sSIUMCII'AI :: In new

A2"TORNEr AT-LAW, Johimon, Stafford 1'. n", 8. C., cured of a terrible utes after a heavy ruin. This Is very great good which they have derived recognition of the fact that I am a at 3 p. m. .. '
Itching eczema of 13 with and adversary Kiev. J. O'llov LK, Rector
W. A.
years standing from the same.' I can tell you that I factor worth counting an :
Bryant, Moody, Tex cured of Bait rheum on
Titusville, Florida. hand. Ilia hand resembled a burned surface am almost entirely relieved of indigestion worth fighting And when tho .

suffered four years yet cured by Botanic Blotal! that great too which has tortured most false, the mod mean and the most ..
Halm. 11 W. Heazley, of AmerlciiH, Ua., suffered .
the kind baa ceased to ---- -
with gores all over his body eating into me so many years, and can now eat belittling of appear
r.J.. holed, lllood Hahn cured him; sound and well. anything I desire without is fruits or I shall know hut I am no longerof TOWN COUNCIL.
L. H. Sewell of Atlanta,
Ja. cured by four bottles "
of a terrible eating nicer! on lei;. 8. W. something acid." the lead account Mayor) Adhemar, Brady) aldermen i Jno.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Pops of Jackson Ga., had violent gkln disease, Dixon W. It. Knox, Jno. K. WoJJtor, U.
To understand the scientific action Gaulden E. t.. lIrallIII""e"j entire almost .
body a scab yet permanently A Cold Night In Chin.
Will practice in the Courts of the 7th cured by It. It. H. J.J. Head' of Athens Oa of Pe-m-na it is best to have Dr.: II artman's clerk amt\ treasurers ('. 1'. Hchuleri I marsha
Circuit. Taxes- paid- for nonresidentsand had eczema on hands arms and legs ,ufferolfive s book- for'women cir; his One of the facts that we Ineffaceablycut anti cllllertorl M, S. lures, jr Tho couuct
tried doctors and medicines. special meets first Tuesday in each month.
rents and accounts collected years patent into memory during 'my first
lllood Balm cured him only a few scars remain- book on chronic catarrh: These books
ing where the bad healed Mrs. W. J. i winter in Newchwnng was the findingon
sores d '' / the Pe rn Medl4ne .
Titusville mailed -na
Florida. Steed,of Augusta, Ga had recurring toils, was 4 are freeby one morning about'New Year's time INDIAN RIVER GUARDS.
cured by only five bottles three years ago. Company, Columbua" O. All
Perfectly'well since. Mrs.' M. L. Adams of Pe-ru-na.: 83 manses of ice, each mass having been Drill at the Armory, over county jail every
Predonla, Ala., had druggists sell Tuesday evening In the month at 8 o'clock.
deadly cancer was given : living at 10 o'clock the preced
T 0. FRIES, C. E. up to die by nine doctors, yet wan cured by .. <>> a plan U, E. MIM8.JB., Captain.
HoUnld Blood Balm W. P. !McDaniel of Atlanta .== _'S.T ing night
cured of rheumatism but what more -= --- "was bit below '
COUNTY SURVEYOR. __- The thermometer o'good
fill\ c. ., ,
need ? We could this with I W..I.-r.
we ,
say paper BOARD OF TRADE.
wonderful cures and remember, all these troubles ;; ,-..1"A"" y \.....5i It I were .a rnul*,<' c.rb (F.) The men had just left\ the'ophliri ,
Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. are caused by Bad flood in the system, and & And torn* blame fool dens, where the;;'' bad ''been' 'en-1' Meets every second Wednesday night In each
Blood Balm cures because it forces all the !&( : &## month at 1Ifl: o''lock In rooms over vostofllce.;
Mapping I neatly! done,, ,Estimates,, for poison outward: hence there cannot be a returnof ,,,,-- ,,' Would dare, to lash m. through joying tn inelve& The keen'air sent Judge M. 8. Jonai. prvulileut; J, M. Dixon,
the (' A "d* d touJh'.d.: wakened.. treasurer J. U. Haat, ,!!Cretar '.
symptoms. them to sleep, and they never ; )
all kinds of engineering. works.. Disputed Don't trifle with blood trouble,and remember I ,.,1.. BPi SS J!, WIth a trot bljr load' herald
North China
if and UirTtJu'whatTd db'j
even ear apllorllla. tonics, doctors ', HI ;
lines, specialty.Trrusmi. .,-*. salver baf*.failed In tha'' H. B/- '.IJ' .: f I wouMh't trb..; "" COUNTY OKFICE11S.

.*,' Brevard'Co: .',FL JRIDAIGEORGE Botanicftlood Balu-1sdifferent from anythingelse -A .... : But I'. Jxltt lie' low'- City no,.'. Ide".
;, ; andYsrgatoetayotiredbyezp.tI1ngtbepoiaogoue : lad keep-lhoit nighty 'a1ua" '
matter from the blood. This is eth A 6aUatin county ''farmer hired a 'SCHOOL HOARD.

only"temedy that cures in this way. MACH/WK:FOR'UXMENINO: MACADAM., Till When,,,trot fd /fistpantsfU It ha"I/t"/ boy from the city to assist 'him through.. "''J. M. blxon Tltunvlllej R. N. Andrews

'tV. 'ALLEN?" HO'" To OBTAIN '11L060 UAtM. important In another'way-as It keeps Clear, into the kingdom com*. t the'summer I Thf farmer told the kid' Cocoa( 8. K, Ulbbs, Melbourne.

+ WHITE FOB FREE that"TRIAL BOTTLE. the ground: pnderneatb the; road I'free -', .r ".;.to ..A.Y.'.' Bull.Un. too out to the barn"lot 'and 'salt'"the
If Baltftflftd Botanic Blood Balm
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW- Is what you need you will find large bottles for from saturation ad ,therevy; | ake's' mil' TW'Boy, ..wAt ... calf' The1 kid':took a'quart'of salt'and COUNTY. COMMISSIONERS

.. Bale .by all druggists; for $1.00, or six bottles: .,strong foundation.: It Is the natural 'a; recent' Htectiott* in Hays City; industriously rubbed ,It into the calf's J. R. Walker Tituxvllle, chairman; Joseph
(full treatment) J.6.00: ;rFor free trial bottle ad
Key West, Florida: Mendel, LaUrangej'. R. Walker
: Balm earth underneath the covering that The colts after the calf/ for lltuavDrer
Blood ; hide.
Co. 146 Mitchell Atlanta, Kan., <1 f"bo)'$ was i got Jno. Houston Eau GalllelJ.N. waller. Ankona.
Wift\..practice In the United 'States .Oaj all charges And bottle prepaid.and medical Describe book will trouble be sent and' must bear the weight of the road. "It ron a ain'et"lpde'old' &u;r.n; 'the boys the salt i and had ,about, all, the, hair Regular.aeBiloni are held tint Monday in each,

and State Courts. OjunOSp:4LPir we.will, Include, _free personal, medical your advice. really/ sustains in addition'' the ,.weight, won,out! 'i in' a'''l, can'er.i: );Fr'ed Iirafaniier.;, licked pff the animal before .jtaoo, \nd I-, month,
of stone, etc.,-as welL discovered.MontgomeryIlls. ,
the piayorla'beely21tand, only one
[ ,
; ,
If this natural .ollor'foundatlon'of,
of, ,.thftfcouneilmen Ili older than, 23 ( .) News.
E> SMITH; M. D. the'Toad;; Is permitted beeome'saturated''aith'water -'/ 'HaffamierwM .bornu the town site I Minor H.JonM, Tltimvllle, circuit} jndee; P. ,
AGENTS WANTED. For "The Life and 'water ,. on Kn. roverty He....' L.: Oauldeni: Tltnuvlllu, county'' judge M- '
Achievements of Admiral Dewey." the world's jolther by pet; ,Two of the councilman were privates inthe'Twentyfirst'Kansaat ; v (lo1dsntlthiTitnavllle pronvautlng aitorneyiA.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. greatest By Murat Halstead, the life colntl ir' d ,vP''Into It'from the surface'or "You have'never known the pangs of A. Stewart Tltutrille., Clerk circuit court i ;J.F. .
long dand admirer of the nation's Idol. "' Wootenj :Cocoa, tax aeseesorp E. W.- IrauTltuevilotaxcollector
Specialist in GenTto I ; ;Jlrl''ar; and Rectal Biggest and best books"over BOO pages,' 8x10 fromwater rising Jlnto',it from be- I poverty be exclaimed bitterlyThe ..:,John Henry,TltiiivDle
Inches: nearly. 1IM pages halftoneIllustrations.Onlyi.60. .. low,'.it has"not strength to. resist, :the GOLD !liB of no value, when'health is heiress' eyes, softened though treasurer!' J. II. 8amll, ollrtenay,' nuperlntead
Diseases. Enormous' ntnictlon; J. t). Fries. Tltuevtlle,
wheels ,which at once sink Into it, and,, to begin ,
*Outfit f reel Chance of a lifetime.,Write county surveyor) J.P. Drown,Titun lie,tberiff,
127 Forsyth Street. quac .* ,The Dominion1"Company, 3rd Floor ruts are formed But if this soil foundation -: up-to-date,tablets will: break upa 1 ."Indeed I have said ,ahe warmly ,

Caxton Bldg., Chicago,: ,Is kept dry'or 'nearly so ,It Is cold mono day; and for constipation "1 went to a bargain sale vgbere bo one' '
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. and biliousness and all malarial troubles, J { Inventions for the
Thq record o past
strong and will Support any'load likely'to knew me and found had left my puree'It ,
It has no equals By mall prepaid for 25c.; '
pass" 'over' It.' It the water' Is shed Pratt Medicine., Station U, Chicago. home "-Indianu(1o11sJournaLTbelr ( years ,shovvs that .there are 5,000'of

DR. C. H. FEETE, AB. Val,., Story .f Vrua'aay. from' the road,to the gutters and there' 111. Send for sample.' them patented, The mother of Inven

Here is one'of Robert Crawford's eto- remains,,the' water works'its way into Limitation. tidnnle'getting' a very numerous fa.mlly.Dcwareor ,
the earth at the foundation the'road Ice k .plo.lop. In'atb..I.. "Borne of those postofflce people are
EYE "Two
EAR/ NOSE and THROAT. ties about Uruguay,- men surprised -
a farmer and his wife in their and causes the Injury above spoken of. A recent Siberian traveler relates very 'clever ,They ,can read illegible
"At Badonak in' the Intensely cold and deliver letters'when ,the OintincntH Catarrh
508 Cherry Street, little but while it was broad daylight. Speaking of the great Importance of writing i ,

The'man was seized! and bound, and the keeping a road In >repair, let a wagon Bights the silence sometimes broken address is worse'tban it Chinese puzzle: that Contain Mercury,

Macon, Ga. two villains'! proceeded to torture him track, scarcely perceptible at first,aftera by a loud report as of a cannon. '':'This "Yes but they can't help out the As mercury will surely destroy the sense
the of of the ice bub- mall his wife's let'
shower stand full of water and was bursting one man who forgets
smell and
to make him disclose the hiding placeof of I completely
soften the road at that spot, another bles in the river a phenomenon I bad tern "Brooklyn LifeThe whole trough
McL. DANCY, D. D. L. his hoard. The wife begged and system when entering It
WM. pleaded aa the horrors increased, the wagon passing along later sinks fur neither heard nor read of before. The tho mucous surfaces. Such articles
of the future.'There .
man proving obdurate. thor Into the softened track, here Is a streams coming down from the hills Hope should never bo used except on prescrip
Graduate of Philadelphia College of frozen the eprface sir to ia no other educational Institution tions from
were on some reputable the
"Finally she said she would tell them deeper hole to hold water, soon It be- physicians as
Surgeon, class 1872. Perfect operations: where the' treasure was if they would comes a rut, then the rut develops Intoa nine inches thick. The water beneath equal to a well. regulated boui damage they will do is ten fold to the

promised. Ilazoltlne Block, corner Bay follow her. One of the two accordinglywent pitch hole. The soil underneath is flowed faster than it could escape,'and Dallas News !good you can possible doilvo from them.Hall's .
and Laura St. JACKSONVILLE FLA. brought and mixed with surface the pressure, on the, principal: of a hydraulic Cute, manufactured by
over, to the chest in the corner up '' F. J.'' Cheuey & Co., Toledo. On., contains -
became irresistible.First Ineligible.
with her. She opened it, fumbling about covering, the surface covering is bro press, no mercury, and is taken Internally,
ken down and forced into the soil. the elasticity of the ice was seen Pllson-Are you going to take partin
inside of it for a moment until she acting directly upon tho blood and mucous
ROBERT McCARREL, found what ahe was looking for. In an- Here, then, Is a bad road and a per- by the rising of circular mounds from that guessing contest ? surfaces of tho system. In buying

other moment the thief'at her side was manent weakness, the result of a neg- six to eight feet in diameter and from DilHon-Oh, nor they'd rule me oat Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, dead and his fellow covered by a large lect to repair the road at the proper four to five feet high. The bursting as a professional.PilsonProfessional: genuine. It ID taken internally and is

revolver in the hands of a small but time and a neglect to keep the drain- point came at last with a report like an TDilson made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney &

Churches specialty. Steam stone works woman of the people. lie got age of the road in perfect condition at explosion. The water escaped, but soon -Yea; yon know I am con Co. Testimonials. free UfiSold:! by
eager all times. froze again. I have seen scores of these tected with the weather bureau.-Co- druggists, price 75o per bottle. Hall's
before she could make
CONCORD AND PRITCHARD STS., away up ice' hillocks in a few vents of the "1'iinbns ((0. ) State Journal. Family I'ilisaro tho best.
her mind to shoot him too.
New Jerary'a Iload Model. river.
CHARLESTON, So. CA. "Then the husband was released and _j_
According to bulletin No. 03: Issued
the neighbors, some miles away, calledin. by the department of agriculture, New A Itrldire of Coffin.

Word wall finally taken to the cen When the British forces were march
Jersey is building more roads and bet- r
tral police authority of the state; the ter roads for the money than any other ing to Peking in 1800, after the capture i

/ officers came viewed the dead thief- state In' the Union. The roads' belpg of the T/ikn forts one of tho rivers became

and identified him as their attorney so swollen with the heavy ruins
built there will last and can be kept ,
A big yield of both general. It is not unlikely. :Mr.! Craw that it was rendered almost Imp f/jable.!
up to a high standard at a minimum 1
profit and
will satisfaction ford adds. "that his accomplice wall the While in thin quandary, a bright idea t
result if expense.
you plant judge of the criminal court. suddenly struck of 1cer. De- -
Bulletin No. 03 Is devoted exclusive one our o sIv .

ERTh See A Mlraculoua Europe. ly to good roads In It the opinion Is ing well warn Unit the Chinese generally t r ,t ', 41lltli
expressed that all the roadsIn order their cofllna years in advance
It that in the last month of
happened them and
the United States will be macadamized and keep on the premises also
They are! nl""A" the bout. 71 the reign of Charles I a certain chip otherwise within that they lire perfectly airtight, he con
Do or Improved a
not accept uur UUI>HI| chandler of London was foolish enough
suited with his brother officers with
lute-buy none bui Ferr)'... few years. The bulletin advises tho ,
H>M i hy aU dealers. Wrllo fur to busy himself over a barrel of gun that s
the result orders given to
1 "r I 3d 4
the of stone roads ,
Is reed Annual-free. building wherever it Is W
p4 i
powder with a lighted candle in
search all the houses of the village and
and condemns
possible dirt roads aa
Land. lie paid, the price of his folly. A
1 much In the end. collect every coffin. With the aid of a
spark fell into the gunpowder and the more expensive few empty casks the soldier constructed -

place wall blown up. Get Ill I of the Mud. a pontoon bridgeof coffinn sufficiently
The trouble was that the man who to bear the artillery and the
Mud can Imprison and enslave thou- strong ,
-- did the mischief! was not the only one
sands of people. 1 know certain sea river was thus passed! in safety, -.
to perish Fifty houses were wrecked
CURED with of the where families
vegetable sons bare
KumedieH. Have cured and the number of people who were Mr. Steiul! seems to be at The Hague
many thousand caa.euys killed was not known. been bound and shackled by the mud. chiefly lu order to Illustrate what a The matron of.a. well known Masonic Home mentions one inmate, 3

"t Tammnnialant et least two-third.nr C'allad all "ybmptom.remor In one house among the 60 a mother been privileges prevented of from free the transit enjoymentsand and utterly good calcium light can do to help outa seventy years of age, who has been in the Infirmary for three years, J Ja
DR. a. U. treatmentfree bad put her baby into its cradle to sleep poor show.-Detroit Journal
GREU'S SOaS Box,K.AUIUlt.a. G. before the explosion occurred. What Isolated from their neighbors. great sufferer from indigestion, and has been taking Ripans Tab !

became of the mother no one ever When we see what a great enemy mudIs A qU..UUB.WlggWell ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he is j
the first thing to take Into consideration
Javtocks has
BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE was knew, but widely what known.became of' the baby In road building U some planto his tyjiewrlter.Wajrg ,. married never without them. He is willing that his name should be used ina j

The very next morning there was found avoid mud and build roads that will -Does he think he'll bo able to testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other person ;

-upon the leads of the Church of All be free from mud.-a. Tallmaa.. dicta Cleveland Leader to try them. A second old gentleman, in the same institution, '

: and Hallows cradle a young being child entirely in a uninjured cradle, baby by Good toad. In RRypt The Wiser Way. eighty-four years of age, has had liver trouble for many years and

the explosion that bad lifted both to Twenty years ago there was scarcely "How fresh and rosy you look, Nora," finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have' two
a mile of good wagon road In Egypt. had returned
exclaimed Isabel who
such a giddy height. During the last ,six years mere than, from the beach, and was greeting her nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other !orty-two; both suffer
learned who the child I
TRADC MARKS It was never l.OOO miles of fine roads have been con friend. from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and ,nervcusness. :
OcslcnsAmensaendlnaaeketehanddeeeeviptLtondmay was, but abe was adopted by I gentleman "
"Yea dear Nora "I feel ,
structed.WI4. replied am
of the pariah and grew to woman ing eplendfdly, and mama says I Lave They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they

"" linn' ucerlaln i li '! our opinion' free. whetlier an. hood. She must surely all her life have Tire. !. K..... City an alarming appetite. 'always ''have a- package' their pockets. 'The matron also states '

:: tentabl. 'Commouta.outfrtee.Ula..tapenccyytoraecermepatentnt*,. bad "a' peculiar interest' in tbat church. In Kansas City wagons 'drawn by "Where In the world' hive you been '

taken tbrou b Uunn A to. recvlre -Sir Walter Berant's''London." one horse 'are required to be equlppetj<
with three loco tires and 'those drawn '"1 have remained home," replied tion, causing pain and, paroxysms of belcWog', and finds, that the '. '
Tdiit?ic'' merkait. success by two homes with four inch Urea Nora, "and have worked Hard every day '
The of Cbaraberlaln'a3olio but I have been taking that, wonderful Tabules are very' good'indeed and is perfectly willing to have'her

jiAtuin": mr." lIlaetr.r.d..k"famteit'rir.. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In > AHIq medicine, Hood's Sarsaparllla, and It has 'name 'used"In a testhnbhlalj 'I I IiM Ir
i'''' : & immune .aruaL the treatment'of bowel"complaints baa li oh much 'You see I
'' so good.
wl done roe '
,; ;etd SSSsE.t 'I i
byaa made it standard over the greater part DPIUMadwlII.tI7 of par like to feel well when I fcb : M w-i.'W w U. tl.:
MUNhbu& .. N Vnrk' always go away, = JL.4 f A>> lt *iu* li. aft Y *(' .
the world. For sale all
of civilized
Coyre by
: SCE. and I leave for the mountains next WE* irtl>rlt i ifflil > a<* *
&. Wuhlllcton.11. : druggist and medicine dealers. "or.t.' week." .wr.1# i71' i iiTTTrra tirrirti, I la, til t..iT e rf r-T-P"f eta Tl. r.d. -,


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", II Indian River Real Estate Agency

A WBBKLT JOCajlAt DBTOTXD TO Tan DITai ,, The Dreyfus cue,-being tried by I II DAKI NOASSQLVThLY

. OPMBJTT or Tea IVP1AJT aiVKB, LA KBWOBTR court-martial at Rennes, France, I Is IotAL TITUSVILLE FLA.YOU

I AJTD BIMUrVB BATIBCTIOHt. the absorbing topic of interest Just I .

:, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. now. Despite all denials, there I I POWDER
. .
seems a determined conspiracy/I I /NRE would do well If you bate property to sell and want It advertised In this
among the higher officers of the paper, free of COAt to you, and put In the hands of live men, to write at once to

,I OABLM H. WALTON, Editor &: Proprietor. French army, to convict Dreyfus I, Makes the food more delicious and wholesome this Agency for sales Blank will Contracts probably,be and made put this your winter property by before this Agency.the public.ty .
Many Why
I : Discontlonanc of dru. must be made personally at all bazzards, and they offer any I .e.t e..ne ee ova eo.,M*re... Dot

:. ; at this omce or by writing. kind of testimony, that can possibly f I, yours.PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to 1000.

1 J.j. be detrimental to the prisoner. I ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.60 per acre.

j, Check,etc., may be made payable to CBABLM While all evidence offered by lesser AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION. A FEW WORDS FROM NEW Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of Eau
'i H. WALTOS,publisher and proprietor. officers is invariably In Dreyfus' Gallic; first-lass for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price $1,000.
JERSEY. ORANGE GROVE 14 acres, 50 miles south of Titnsvllle. Will pay $1,000 this
favor. In the of the trial
Address all communications toINDIAN course The vote of the people of New year and $2,000 next. Price, $7,000.
so far, several have sworn that their hAMMOCK LANDS Titusville, from $5 to $25 per acre.
Wales near
RIVER ADVOCATE, South Australia, in favor of Newark, N. J., Aug., 20,1899.
testimony given against the prisoner Ono hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2; miles west of Titusville, good for
the federation of the Australian
Editor Indian hirer Adeocatr
TrTUl1'ILL. FLOBIDA. : Price $550.00.Grain .
and ,
in his last trial was not correct, pineapples, vegetables oranges.
colonies, makes the success of that I haven't seen a pink paper In sometime
and are now offering evidence ben- project a certainty. There has and miss it very much, yours being ==
U. S. Department of Agriculture eficial to the prisoner. about the best circulated down the East
doubt : :
been no about any of the Te. \4ES: :8. ovRS.
Fla. The officers of the French Coast ,
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, army other colonies. A new nation has
Business here has been
are so scantily paid that they are up picking up
been b'orn) -a nation occupying a.. all summer long and the weather baa
The following II a comparative state driven to every device for support I' territory as large as the United : been splendid out In Jersey. ; and In fact, Hay Feed Flour Grits Meal and
: ment of temperature and rainfall for the in Paris. Major Henry, who bad States, and destined in time to rank New York has suffered very little so far. ,
week ending Tuesday, Aug. 20, 1890. in his keeping all the secrets of the People have not spent much time at the

DATE., MAX.-1809 MIIT.- MAX.-1898 MIN.- general staff, received only $1,000per earth.among tha The greatest Australian powers Federationhas of the sea coining shore season, and in from Florida all will accounts be a the big Cotton Seed Heal New Garden Seed arriving Fresh b

know that other
23 87 80 86 75 annum ; we borrowed much from the Uni- one, as the correspondence in hotel circles
v' 24 88.5 86 71 nations always pay for military secrets ted States but there are is Increasing. all (the time.
25 88... 8 i 74 Dreyfus was wealthy, and many I judge the Increase In trade from the
novel features connected with it.
16 88 74 86 74 that fact might easily excite the envelope standpoint. AH the envelope I Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to man or
27 88 74 87 79 Think of this, for instance! : "As factories are running double time and
jealousy and ill-will officers who I beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotations.
28 86 72 87 80 ; soon as the bill becomes law the are unable to catch up with the orders. Lowest cash prices.
lF s, 29 85 72 84 74 are quartered in idleness. Federal Government will take Was in one of the largest factories in
Total rainfall for the week: 2.14. Having been accused, the grad- of the postal telegraph possession New York the other day, and they were Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
ual unable to guarantee large orders for several -
Departure from normal rainfall for the progress from silence, that
telephone, naval defence lighthouse weeks. it is all New
So throughout
week Inches.
: plus 0.83 Departurefrom might free the innocent to fraud
and quarantine arrangements, also Eugland, and you have to place order
normal rainfall since January 1, CHAS. 'N. WELSHANS
and is with
minus 2.25IncheA. perjury, compatible our assuming the collection of all cus- way ahead in order to be accommodated. ,
Observer. experience of corrupt human nature Business seems the same in all channels.
toms and excise revenue, the rail-
4 There is that I miss
but we can conclude that the one thing very
ways remaining the property of the much, and that Is my regular limenade.
; heads of the French army deliberately respective States in which they are Few limes are seen here and the lemon CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER

AN occupational tax ordinance concocted a conspiracy to situated, although preferentialrates Is very unpopular. I am almost temptedto ,
before the city council of Jacksonville 'ruin Dreyfus there being behind it establish a limeade drink stand up here

is stirring up considerable the hope of racial antagonism and will be disallowed. next summer as I am quite sure it wouldbe Agent (for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.

feeling. Its advocates while not the national prejudice born in the a paying establishment.California fruit is plentiful but it ar-

defending it as a whole, insists that Latin blood to get rid of the Jews. THE NEW ORANGE CULTURE rIeslo poor condition generally, and the r- Write for Samples and Prices.

it must pass in order to relieve the We shall know the truth before best of it compares poorly to the Florida Old
city's financial situation. long, but in refusing to place Du Those who take it. for granted that product. I have been questioned many 'Phone 8. }jut 13 Hogan Street,
culture in Florida times of late about Florida and
orange is a thing of am
de Clam the witness stand
t Paty on the past have arrived at a conclusion not pleased to answer all of them as it will JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
The ability of the Filipino for where he can be cross-examined is altogether warranted by the facts The result In some good to the state, either

self government has been proven to liable to arouse suspicion. M. Labor industry still\ remains to us, but under directly or indirectly. ,

be missing. In seven towns, where is making a desperate fight to changed circumstance and upon a new With best regards to. all of the force,
and perhaps narrower basis. and to your brother, & Baker
the Americans have allowed the inhabitants save the prisoner, and if .justice Successive freeze have brought our MeMurray
I am, Very truly yours,
a prevails be will be cleared. ,
to elect their Mayors, orange growers to a realizing sense of W. S. THOMAS.

,- thAY have been found treacherous.In Mr.\ Leon Bureau, the private their condition, and the absolute annihilation 410, 412, 414, 410, 418 Main St Jacksonville, Fla.
some cases the Mayors have secretary of M.\ Labori, the leading in many cases of what were
counsel for has been in once valuable and productive properties WHY SOME MEN DO NOT ::Io
'i; used their office to recruit insur Dreyfus has rendered obvious the vital necessityof s a c1.q-u.ar"tors. For s-

;, gents. this country in search of some information protection of some sort against the MARRY.

,r ,I. on this famous case. In ravages of frost. .
Material Vehicles
an interview M. Bureau admitted To the old-time grower the Idea of Editor Advocate : Wagon Harness Bicycles
TUE trouble at Darien Ga. ,
L race providing. with an artificial ,
that at Salt Lake City be had collected grove A few words in reply to your articlein -
has now assumed a more calm covering, so arranged as to he quickly
some information which last week's paper headed, "Why Some and S'1.1I:1c1.r1.es.: :
spread over the tree at the approach of
phrase The murderer of Sheriff '
Men Do Not Marry, be of interestto
'' would be of great value to Dreyfus. frost will, perhaps, appear prepostorous, may
Townsend has surrendered to the readers. To mind the "KELLY"
your my rea- SOLID RUBBER TIRES put
He is. on his to Rennes but the more progressive, some time ago on you wheelsat
way is The increase
son simple. rapid
officers of the law, and while the percieved that the time had come when very
France to his information in the of female labor in short notice.
{ present employment
negroes are still armed they are such a mode of protection had becomeas
to.the military court now sitting every department of Ute is very largelythe
to successful
k confronted by the militia, and give necessary orange growing
cause.. It stands to reason that for
there. He said that the impressIon in Florida as artificial Irrigation In
promise of soon to their to do man'swork
every woman employed a
homes. l that there was a conspiracy 1 California. And the proverbial ingenuity that one man Is thereby thrown HAMMOND PACKING CO.
of the American inventor has been-so
the officers out of that work. The works
among army against successively applied to the problem In- woman (Formerly The G. n. Hammond Co.)
Dreyfus prior to the time he was volved as to justify the erection in for less; necessarily to compete, the
RECENT advices from Santo Do. must work for less. It is OUR SPECIALTIES
: simply a I :
condemned is not in conformity to Titusville of an extensive factory for the

mango state that the cause of the belief or contention. It is true manufacture of McFarland's tent protector another matter of after exchange all. If of a one man woman is oustedin for "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
in the revolu -the only practical working de-
government present that the which he favor of who his
proceedings by a woman gets job, "Coin
Special" canned
lion seems certain of defeat. In vice yet projected, and one by which an that is benefited at the meats.
was degraded were illegal, but'we woman expenseof
acre of bearing trees can be shielded
Calumet" hams and -
recent battles the government forces do think another woman, who depended upon breakfast bacon.
not that deep dyed from frost in a few momentA.
have lost heavily, while the Insur- any that man for support. Multiply the "Calumet" leaf lard.
conspiracy had been hatched If it be objected that the cost of any
individual hundreds of thousands
case by -
came off victorious and with such protection as this will necessarily
gents Homemade
against him. It was the case of an and I think that a very principal pure lard."Peerless" .
small loss. It reads like reduce the acreage devoted to orange
Spanish be found therein.DAVENPORT .
American innocent man being prosecuted culture in this state, it need only be said cause may compound lard, sausages
war history. while the real criminal was in the in reply that at the time of the great I KEBKISOX. and all Packing House Products. Florida
background.It freeze of 1803-94 orange production In Jacksonville, August 29, IbW.I Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

'' TilE United States government Florida had reached a point where the I ,
profits of the business were fast disappearing New Money Order
is testing at Sandy Hook, a new ; and it is obvious that a small
dynamite which is claimed to is estimated that during the WILLIAM CLARKE Sanitary Plumber
gun, crop at remunerative prices will in the The Postoflice Department bas adopted ,
be superior to anything now in use last year 6,000,000,000 pieces of long run, prove much more satisfactoryto a new form of domestic money order "

by the governments of the world. !, mail matter, including all classes, all concerned than over-production which will be Introduced gradually after Fine Gas Fixtures
a' In a recent test, a shot was fired were posted in the United States, and starvation prices. This is a worldof September 4th. It is the size of an or- Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing, Sheet

with a charge of 900 pounds of gel writes Home a correspondent in the Ladlcs' our compensations orange growers, and will we in believe time adjust that dinary tures, the bank use draft of carbon and has manifolding two .new fea-pa- Iron work pumps and drain pipe bath tubs water closets
Journal. Of this num.
atine ,
the ball passing through 12 themselves to these modified conditions, per for reproducing the order instead of ,
inches of Harveyized steel, a thick ber, 6,312,731 were sent to the dead and that the future of the industry withus writing it twice, as present, and also a and Wash
backing of oak, and ploughing upa letter office, making an average receipt will prove, on the whole, quite as satisfactory receipt. It is expected the fee charged; stands. Copper vessels of all descriptions re-tinned.

small mountain of of about 21,000 letters and as In the pa Jacksonville for orders will be materially reduced
sand. After
Daily Call. about January 1. 37 Forsyth St., near Laura St.,
parcels for each working '. During

passing through the oak, the shell ) JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
i exploded, and only a piece weighing this period more than 85,000
THE F. E. C. RY. IMPROVEMENTS Walter Hawkins Sad Trip.
4 pounds could be found. pieces were dispatched either with

What would the result have been insufficient postage or none at all, While in Savannah 'Sunday, Walter FOR STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE !

had this shell struck a modern bat. 32,000 bore no address whatever. Hawkins passenger agent of the Ocean
34,000 were misdirected, 200,000were Work was commenced last week on : received
tleship Steamship: Company, a telegramfrom
unclaimed at hotels, and some the new car shed, water tank and moving his wife, who is spending the summer Benedict Pollak & Co. Wholesale House
s thing than that number of the freight depot which Is now at La Plata Md., at Mr. Hawkins'old ,
Sir Thomas Lipton, the owner of more were located to the west of Mr. F. T. Budge's home, informing him that his twenty-

the Shamrock, the challenger for sent to fictictious addresses. Andto house being between the main line and two months' old baby boy died Sunday.:) Mosquito Netting; made and unmade, fine mesh. Sand Netting and Screen
the America's will arrivein these figures must be added 2, the Sanford branch of the above railroad. Immediately upon receiving the sad Cloth. Ducks and Georgia Checks and Cot onades. Coats* Cotton, in all num.
cup, 973,387 letters and circulars without The ,,'ater.tank is on the maiD line, and tidings, Mr. Hawkins boarded the train bers, 41cts. per doz. Show Cases, old or new ones. Special attention paid to
New York, to-day. On leaving is just north of the fish house. The
new correspondence.
enclosures of obvious value for Jacksonville, arriving there Sunday Traveling men on the road constantly. We only sell to dealers,
; Queenstown, he expressed con- large; car shed, which 250 feet long and night, when he at once made the neces- corporations and hotels. Anything usually kept by storekeepers in line we
fidence in the ability of the Sham which could not be returned to the ,31 feet wide, will house eight cars, as sary arrangements for several days leaveof have in stock. Liberal terms and liberal treatment. our
senders and were destroyed. :More referred to in the ADVOCATE of August absence from the city, and left that
rock win the
to and said
cup, : "If than 50.000 letters contained llth, covering two tracks, one being night for La Plata. The funeral services BENEDICT, POLLAK & CO.,
the Shamrock wins the Royal money the old J., T. & K. W. track and another
cup -
to while and interment took place Monday 32, 34, 36 West Bay St JACKSONVILLE FLA.
amounting ,
$38,595 32,422 ,
Cork will be the first place on this which Ifbelng built along side of it. afternoon. The ADVOCATE joins the
side where I shall exhibit it.. It Included drafts, money orders, etc., The work is in charge of 'Mr. J. O. host of friends of Mr. and Mrs. Haw.

would be unfortunate, from an Eng to the value, of $945,000, to say Tope, foreman of the carpenter gang. kind in extending their deepest sympathy JOHN R. WALKER
The shed will be constructed almostentirely
nothing of 30,000 with photographs. and roost heartfelt condolence.Send ,
lish view, should the Shamrock be of galvanized! iron, so that there

beaten, after the many unsuccessful will be no danger of fire. Titusville is Furniture, Ice Cream Parlor.
l' attempts to win ; and possibly GEN JOE WHEELER, has arrived forging ahead, and we hope to see it [ the ADVOCATE an order for any
just as lively former job printing you need.] .
in the and days. Millinery
another defeat would so lessen the assumed Soda Prater
command of a brigade at San Fernando _. ,
ardor of the sporting Englishmenthat ------ ----

future races would be far The General has been on Mc T iJCl.JCl.oc.s &, Fitch Dry GoodS, (Fount and bottles.(
an inspection trip for the week .
apart, if not abandoned. past ,
and in an interview said : "I am JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA, Notions etc. 'Cigars _& Tobacco.

THE coal supply of Great Britain think much pleased that when with the Major situation General I Grocers% and Commission Merchants. "Star Building." Confectionery, etc.

is by no means exhausted for Mr.
t Otis gets more troops here, he will DEAR 81K:-We quote you a few prices below and when In need of the following article ("at the old stand.")
Foster Brown, president of the send u* jour ord-r We make a ecialty of Mail Orders. Give me a,call. Polite and
make courteous
rapid progress. The countrJ'Is attention. Mall orders receive promptand
Mining Association of Great Brit. PRICE LIST
: careful attention.
/, ,. ain, in a lecture the ,other day in much more favorable for military t".tt'lour. perbbl..h..,......... 9 4.23 Green (Coffee perlb .......... ....... .. .8, .10 Yours for business NO. It. WALKER.
.. operations then I had supposed bait bbl....................... 8.30 Arbuckles Coffee, per Ib...................* .12K
t London on the available sources of The .. W-lb. Sack............ .,.. ... 8.23 Tea per lb.............. ................. .33:
i the coal suppjy, '' of Great Britain impression that the coun Grits, per ......... ........... 1.20 Lard.cowl>ound.l..rlb.................... 06 ESTABLISHED 1852.
>- try is unhealthy is Meal ....... .............. 1.10 Lard.llured..rlb ......................... JK ::r Oldest Fruit and Produce Commission House in .
k and its bearing upon the future wrong. It Wheat ................ 1.25,140 TOUl.toe..1b.can., doa ............ .90 Chicago. .
of the u Com"- 41 ....... .............. ,_._m._ )_N.n _."'a..h.___._ !_L.UL-._.._..._..per.. nap._. .b.__._._,...,........ 1..nn
prosperity country, said the tats 143 Tltblel'eache..8-lb.C&D..perdoa...,..,,. I.IO!
best of the coal resources at a mod. THE members of the Florida llran" .. .. ....,.... .wo COru. -lb.c.D.. perUoa.................... JM T.
Feed I Meal per aack. .,........ .85 Raked Beans 3-lb.cans, per do* ......... 1.00 RANDALL & CO.
erate depth ,of 2,000 feet, and of Press are enjoying themselves in Bright ft Meal,|"r 1.05 Sardine, per doa .. .................. 43 :
Ideal Kerttllier, aott-lb: .,. 3.00 Salt.SXMU., per sack..................... JIG
the best quality, cheaply worked, Atlanta, Macon, Lithla Springs, Isar, per cwt ...,.... ..83Ibwtn Matches, per gross........................ .4* ,
would last about fifty 'years, but Ga. and Tenn. 8 Holllet.per Ib....:.V. .(M Crackers: soda; per Ib ................. .06 coMM
Chattanooga, In llama Ib C'racken.18Iuou..r Ib.................... &4 !:ss=:oN:
there would still remain unexhausted Atlanta they were given a streetcar 4, Shoulder. per Ib...... .AS K GIDjterf'nap..lllr Ib..................... .W ,
the best Wee.perlb ........................... D& a Octagon Soap,]er doc.................... ....>
seams at great depths ride all over the city by the Granulated Sugar,per Ib.,....,. 6K l'earIlDe.r rtos.l..4.3 Early Vegetables Melons Fruits
and thin seams at shallow depths president of the street! car company Toothpick Tobacco, per Ib...... .41 Potash, per doa............................ .43 and Southern Produce

sufficient to maintain a supply of In his private car, They expect to Seud u*Jour orders and make us your eons) nmcnte. We Invite correspondence. :P1.nonpP1os: a Spoo1.a1'ty.

coal,of 250,000,000 tons a year for return home during the latter part McTIMMONS 13, IT A,KITCH.1*, 29 South Ocean St.. Give Co as-rFlorrldT.WTh\oerCbaDU' National Bank of Chicago; ; Southern Ex-
250:> years. i of this week.' JACKSONVILLE, FLA. press : Also state remittances made *In *'*
tv-: Spot cash buyers of Hides,Fur,Woo.1 and Alligator Skins. York Exchange, or express money order QQ which there II no exchanpe..

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Wednesday.A.Mr. Vesey Georgiana.. Hall-returned from Georgia .> FER T I LIZ E R S ;!,( a f

L. Bruner and family' returned to \
the beach Tuesday morning to spend

the Mrs.week Black and A. L. Bruner and I SPECIAL PRICES
family surf were bathing.at Oceanus last week, enJoying I i }

Miss Carrie Jorgensen and Mis Hat-
tie Bower were visiting the Misses Eva W i ifli

and :Nellie Owen Tuesday. ..Pir ..ea pp le oo GrO\i\ ers.: ,

Mrs. Flora Wlttfeld and daughter, ., ''
Miss Mary, were visiting: Mesdames : :
Bruner Owen Hughes Hlscock and .4.11 1lrountd: : For't1.11.zor; :
Barnett last Tuesday.Mrs. hihi : Price $25.00. nrD fore buyfhg" the following Materials be sure and apply to :

J left here. Russell two weeks and her ago two to join children her i GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you we cnn save you money. : 1I

husband at Ormond where he has work : }\\ol ...,. 9 to 10 STEAMED BONE RAW BONE,
for the remainder of the summer. AmmnnU............... 0 to 8' 1H
[-I : Kqnat to Sulphite! of Ammonia.....,.. SO to 21DLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE,
"Uncle Hugbey" has been Available I'hoKPhorio .,... 5 to 6
1I TRIE picking and very busy Equal to Ronel'bOflJlhateor Lime................. 11 to 13 DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA
shipping scuppernong rots*h K2 ......,. B to 6
4 IT? grapes.: When he fills what orders for : Equalto8111r.hateor .. .... .9 to 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS, '
\ them he now has, the grapes will be all [-I :, .%......... M to 60 [ II

I very putting
i iI iJ up pears and guavas the past week. rr-: Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0
Mr. Dower sent the guavas from Palm H ; prices. '
Beach. The cold weather last winter '

cut section our of guava the crop country.very short We hope In' this to Please Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for i

have some this winter. Pamphlet. I.LJ

-Impure water is the cause of much LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
sickness. JII
Remedy this by getting a fine .
filter from Claude Walton! Titusville.

I aokson .ri11o, Floxid.su.: ;

Daytona. -

Melbourne. Eau Gallie.The COURT OF CHAMBERS. A Shave and
the yacht, Sunshine was last heard -

from at Norfolk. Va. I II A. L. Brown of Eustls, vs. Umatllla a Hair Cut.
I OOODE nOODE.-ReM Estate and Ix>an.. Misses McMillan, of Banyan vis- I
Marl and shell)) Branch Exchange; was argued; before
are being gotten out for A cent; for /Vtna, London and Liverpool and ited relatives hero this week. I Have a groatdcal| to do with the general
y Commissioner John Wallerown the Daytona-Ormond road. Globe and Imperial Fire Insurance. Special lion Minor S. Jones In chambers, on At
several days last week.to The attention.paid to the Interest of non-rest- Nearly two hundred barrels of fish Tuesday the 29th; fjr the purpose of appearance of a gentleman.
new uniforms and accoutrements dents. were shipped within the last week. dissolving an injunction. Ills honor
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Rico of the Halifax rifles, are on the way! modified tho injunction and granted Shop,
21st a fine girl: Mother and for the ADVOCATE Capt. Shore manager for Fred } J. E. Lange has a bit of Subscilptlons (leave to amend tho bill. Tho order permits TITUSVILLE,
ng well; father ditto.er about as big as a minute-which donkey-came to the pink paper of the East Coast, will be has added. two more boats to his fishing 1 1fieet. the defendant to proceed with the Nono but experienced workmen are employed -

Coon's pineapple shed f is him all the way from Pike's Peak. received at the Melbourne Postoffice. winding up of Its affairs except that the and perfect satisfaction guaran

king nicely but we would suggest The Sultana W. B. RocRch has moved his moat bus : prorata share of the company's assets teed. Give us a call.J .
U not safe to expose one's self Thursday. This won another race on : Hotel Carlton Is being put in first-class iness from Oth street into the Bennett apportlonable to the twenty-nine shares L. CARRUTHERS, l'ropJ.W. .
makes four out of the of stock claimed the be
xtreme hot weather. be order for the coming season. building on Highland avo. by plaintiff, sot
eight to sailed.'
One more victory aside to await the final determination of
). E. Austin has been laid up'a e will give her,the prize. I Dr. L. A. Peek went to St. Augustine A. A. Ford our efficient Fish and the case. J. B. Gaines, of Leosburg: ,
of exposure on the ocean beach I last Game Warden came up from St. Lucie
Lawrence Thompson is home safe and Tuesday. appeared for the plaintiff and Robbins & M. MOODY'S
+ling costume-the sun having Tuesday, to call on old friends.
Graham for the defendant.
sound from his
California trip. Mrs. Tom Nicholson made a business trip
blistered her feet and ankles.
Thompson stopped in Cincinnati! for a to Fort Pierce last Monday. Capt. and Mrs. McIntyre returned last Other cases hoard before the lion BARBER SHOP.
i not care to be personal, but t if two weeks' visit there.A Sunday from Daytona where they have Minor S. Jones In chambers, this week
ur stores intends to continue to Rev. Serderfield and wife spent Wednesday been enjoying a three weeks' visit. were Allen T. Walker vs. Wright Carl-
intoxicating concoction theyr fifty foot steel smoke stack Is being at Melbourne Beach. ton et. al. This case was presented to
we had just ,as well have erected at the power house of the Colons Miss Annie Goode returned home Mrs. G. F: Paddlson. received a birth- Judge Jones on account of the absence Close to Indian River Hotel Titusville.
ades, the old one having been carried day J gift of a fine Columbia bicycle recently from the state of Wall of tho
It would not be out of order I from Melbourne Beach last Wednesday. Judge A share of solicited.
and has
the joined the your patronage
he government to send an in- away by recent gale. scorchers 6th circuit and is from Arcadia. The

down to sample the stuff sold- Col. and Mrs. Shaffner got home last Mrs. L. C. Moore came up from Rose- Capt. R. A. Ilardee was in town, Sun-: case Involved the enforcement of deferred
B drunk and plenty It.g week from New York. They were on land Tuesday to make a visit with her day, looking after his fishing Interests payments for an orange grove sold
the Algonquin, and were for.IS hours In parents Mr. and Mrs John Goode. "hero. Capt. Mosely accompanied him. the Carl tons by Walker and which was

t1y bas look now for commenced a mental Improveour and we- a state of uncertainty as to, which end Mr. and Mrs. Chas. T. McBride and on his return to Sebastian. injured by the cold of last winter. The FILTER YOUR WATERAND
defendants claimed that some of the
was on top. family Dr. Peek Miss Lilllo Robertsonand
fish Visitors from the other
burg as are universally places note
trees not the land sold them
wore on
[I as a brain food, unless a man The flags at the Yacht Club House are Mr. Martin spent Sunday on the with surprise the absence of mosquitoes and had, as the complainant claimed,, AVOID DANGER
ong hair in which event the at half mast out of respect to the 'memory beach. around Eau Gallie as compared with exacted from him an Inconsclonable ,
nproving elements ,go into the of Capt. John H. Dimeon deceased. Charles Campbell has been; cleaningup I other points along the coast. agreement. The complainant was represented ," -" ,,, ,""
here like Sampson of old, He has been a member of the club since his lawn and the I
orange grove Sheriff Brown was In town last week by John H. Tread well, of Arcadia
rength lies. its organization: and was a universal two weeks, and it would be well for our for the first time since his injury, and and Hobbles & Graham and the No Store, Hotel, Boarding House or Residence

king over a bill rendered by one favorite.' town if others followed suit. was quite overwhelmed with congratulations defendants by Messrs. Stanford; and should be without the Anti-

mercantile establishments last I; The telephone is again to the fore. Willie Gibbs fell from the milk wagon ,on his recovery. Carlton of Arcadia. The judge; took

ie noted the following charge: Parties are here asking for franchise etc. last Sunday evening and was quite Roadmaster Carter and the case under advisement. Germ Water Filter.
isatlons 10 cents. Now, whata The feeling among" the business men badly hurt but under the skillful handsof O'Brien'of! 'the Superintendent H. J. Clifton, administrator of the estate -
F. .
beat that? Perhaps some of seems to be against calling an election Dr. Peek we are glad to report him here Tuesday E. 0 the Ry.railroad, were of W. H. Clifton vs. G. D. and Mary
Is will give one free but O'Brien. This was a motion to strikeout
; even just now. So many citizens are absent improving fast. docklor
The work will
be done
we will still be in the lead, fore that an election would not give a. fair repairs. bill of foreclosure. Stewart & Bly
already list to Sherman Snedeker has rented the shortly. DeLnnd and Major Fowler representedthe
quite a our representation of the wishes of the taxpayers
However we did not knowr Moore\ cottage, on New Haven avenue, plaintiff and Major\ Abrams, Jacksonville
stores kept them on hand at and is putting the grounds in fine order. Please mention the ADVOCATE when I represented defendants. Motion

Is a piece. -If you want good results you will He will supply the Melbourne folks with writing advertisers.If dismissed;' but the judge made an
everything fresh in the bakery line this order allowing the sale of the cattle
Male and find the ADVOCATE an excellent adver
Fred Wills spent a tising medium. winter. you are in search of bargains, Sadie R. Anderson vs. 0. W. Rush, executor .
e in Cocoa. Mr. Male 9
leaves in three weeks informshe for Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Baker and son, road the ADVOCATE columns carefully. of tho estate of John Rush. A r- ..ya
Walter Mrs. C. II. Ilibbs and demurer to defendant's plea was ar-
!I. He has been In Florida about' .
Bahia. Charlie, and Misses Vera Ilibbs and gued. Stewart & lily represented tho
having first lived at Fruit- White City.We
defendant and
rk, In Lake' Jessie 1\1. Goode returned home Monday represent
county prior to .
ed tho Judge Jones reserved
here eight since. A after an enjoyable outing at Melbourne
years more
his decision at the of
request plaintiff's
Rain and 'skiters Beach.
are plentiiful. '
esteemed gentleman we haveid are having plenty of rain and the attorney, who U going to send tho judgea
tho pleasure of meeting be- :Messrs. Frink and Illnton of Bona summer crops are looking fine.P. brief
of the few men who, by his d e- were pleasant callers here last B2F-We would esteem the favor If our Water clear and
venture S. Peterson, formerly of Lockheart G. D. Jackson vs. J. S. Johnson ot, al. being sparkling Is no
qua ities, has won the confidenceiect Snnday.The readers when writing or calling This proof It is Well cistern water
upon or
Fla., Is visiting his mother and children i was an argument on plaintiff's demurrer pure.
|' of all whom he
ct was thrown dance at the Bovine school house our advertisers to purchase merchandise here. to defendant's. plea. The court that Is full of typhoid fever and malarial
The loss of such a man to etc. would mention the ADVOCATE be
restrained the demurrer Stewart & germs may perfectly clear.
attended several citizens of this
was by
nity a source of sincere regret: C. R. Rooks received the contract for
DIy represented tho and J. D. your drinking or cooking water
i Male place. It was reported to be a most en 'plaintiff
can feel assured that
the joyable affair grading the road from the Colony to the Gains of Loosburg, the defendant.M. muddy or cloudy P Readily cleanse it
liis Ijhes old of his host of friends attend by everyone. Fort Pierce. station, and has begun work already.J. H. and G. D. Hulls vs. M. S. and from all earth, sand, Insects or slime

England home. Bennie .Jennigan, Misses Sadie Snell ?t[. Orrel has been laying up for 1L.. R. C. Busline!! The matter before the Is the water you use bad smelling or
Clara Otwell and Rachael Otwell composed few days with a sprained foot, the effecl I court was a motion for final decree on tasting P Is I It too much trouble to clean
ABOTS' CREOSOTE SHINGLE a party who attended services In Dr. Platts paid Melbourne a visit of a race with a mule-the mule is still 1 bill to net aside a tax deed; Motion out the cistern or well as often as should
P-the best known wood press Banyan, last Sunday from this place. Tuesday.K. In the ring granted. Stewart & DIy represented bo ? Is tho drainage from house stableor

THOS. C. WATTS & Co., B. Raulerson returned from a few plaintiff. privy dangerously near your water
Jacksonville Fla. days visit at Osteen. A number of hogs: have been In this supply so as to make you anxious ?
Sebastian. vicinity lately, and It Is hoped the owners Have you had typhoid or malaria In your
We are clad to note that Fred Bart will take care of them before they do Loading Lumber for Nan.au, N. I'. family lately and realized that the water
Stuart.young stone is getting good deal better. any damage. -- used may be responsible for it P Then

More rain, more rest Is our motto now. Dan Bryant of Hobo Sound was a D K, Austin, of Jensen paid White The schooners Lady, Shen, Melrose get a LITTLE BROWN JUG FILTER

Mr. Church has moved his family here very pleasant visitor in town last ::Sun City visit Monday. We think he amnia and Bartholdl are expected to arrive 1 In at Its low popular price, and you are
son has come to bless the from Fort Pierce. day. ad the train going home and was left to Jacksonville shortly to load lumber to safe. It will! remove Impurities.

Mr. and Mrs. James Winters. Dr. Platt of Fort Pierce was here Mr. Hill paid Jensen a visit last Sun the mercy of the mosquitoes be taken to the above place Colonial and used 1 in JTir"They are very cheap and will

'ur day evening at the home of Monday and 1'uesday. day in his yacht returning home Tues Two new settlers arrived last week belonging construction to Mr.of H,the M Flagler Hotel which, last a life-time. When writing for Information .
Miss Inclose
Meda Frazier was marIr. The mosquitoes have returned with with their families C. R. Prince from Is not quite finished. Several other please stamp. All orders -
day.The be
Byron G. Ball, of Starke. Mr. I Taladega, Ala., and Chas. Rued from ; must accompanied by cash
been a reinforcements. mosquitoes'! have been presentingtheir schooners are expected in port to. load
g'a store very for popular clerk at Mr. bills lately with the greatest per Chattanooga Tenn. They are well l lumber for the same purpose..' This hotel For full particulars, apply to the agent,
Little Bert Howard has been
nearly a year. The danger- pleased with the prospects and Intend
sistency. promises to be a fine
;eople Immediately went to house ously ill this week. putting out a large crop of vegetables the very one. CLAUDE WALTON, Titusville, Fla.
Some fine rains (have fallen the last coming winter Eight more new settlers
W.'A. Louder made a business trip to
usual large audience came to Eau Oalllo Tuesday. few days which were badly needed for will follow soon. .--'
all vegetation.Mr. .
Considering the heat -
qultoe, if the reputation of our Our fish dealers manage to average Charles Edward paid the St. Lucle Died

hed'e''8 church goers were not so well about twenty-five barrels daily River section a visit last Sunday and The Monarch of Strength is
might be )Ir. Caldwell of Coaconut Grove has having spent a time.
Ills tempted to say reports very jolly In last week's Issue we published a ,
sateen to see little the bride and groom taken charge of the McCormick orange W. Platts returned Tuesday evening* notice of the serious Illness, in Jacksonville -
children were there, grove of Mrs W. O. DeBerry the
''leclare from an extended trip over the state. young
ues can no be finer set, or better be- Mr. Allen, a prominent pineapple lIe has accepted a position from Mr. A. bride who had come from Nashville to
jour scribe found ln all our landws grower of the lower river, was here M. Sample. marry her fiance, and we notice that she LIONW i.
has pot heard
'"" a died last Saturday afternoon ThU U
one of them. Monday.A Miss\ Minnie Neal, of DeLand gave a the sad ending" of a moat pathetic ro .
n' n day. Aug 13th- Mr. Gordon little stranger came to the home of temperance lecture here last Friday 1 In manta and Mr. DeBerry has tho sincere
''V'I btuart was united In Mr. and Mrs. Will Braddock Sunday the Baptlsh church. A large audience sympathy of a host of friends. Plot"8
lsa!Ivey, of Seven Springs marilage morning. wax in attendance to listed to a very interesting a

pro, .,orth Carolina. near. programme.. flush ,...
'The cer e Chas. Park Is building a twenty foot Commenolll/l'A/ll&ln.
m.edla the evening.l at boat to use in the fish business this During the thunderstorm last Sunday .
a the whir), the bride la a winter. evening A. C, Dlttmar's house was The usual activity which characterizes COFFEE0AUSOLUTELY
lOf I presence of a very larje the struck by lightening. Considerable the close of summer Is commencing in j
frlelHllI During a heavy squall Tuesday
whose best wishes damage was done to the house and fur
ke St. Augustine. The proprietors of themany.small
bride her boats Lourena and Ida
fishing capsized
to ;
tt uew to home. Mr no damage.Mrs. niture but luckily,no harm was done to hotels and large ones there, -,.,.-,..,...............,,-,, 1
week reach Stuartu any of the Inmates. who are now in the north are Instruct z... .. _
u P the household when they will at Jas. A. Hudson and Miss Madie Ing their agents to have the houses put ( PUIIU.) .

.'bge 00 the Penates a Cason leave this week for a visit to IRONPHALT ROOFING-Cheap and In thorough repair for opening the coming Its strength comes from Its purity.: It I 13 nil puro coffee -i!
IQt. Lucia, river.north bank of our Miami "the Chicago of the south' durable. Quickly and easily put on. season. In fact painters and car. freshly roasted and Is sold only In one-pounU seated 'J"

Young Couple This will l be Capt. Mosely has returned from Eau Taos O. WATTS & Co., penters are already at work on some of packages. Each packapo will mako 40 cups. Tno pack. :
for themsrlves who have Bet UP Gallie to take charge of It. A. Hardee & Jacksonville, Fla. the hotels and from now forward all of age Is sealed at tho Mills( so that thq aroma Is never 4 f
'e but two here In a yea: I Co's. fish business for the winter season the carpenters and painters, an well as weakened. It has a delicious flavor. Incomparable J ,
promising mre.fii'ls left, but A Large Shipment of Cattle. other mechanics will find plenty of work strength. It Is a luxury within tho roach of all :1 i ;
) Dachelon who would Some of our neighbors in the Narrows right at home as extensive Improve Premium List In .
every package '
CkhwM5' rark'" example seem to think that when we get our Inlet menu will bo made on a number of the Cut out your Llon'a ,
r Bkaou'owo for an -old school they will be flooded out, but the very Mr. E. O. Morgan, of Osceola county, season hotels. The permanent residents valuable premiums Head and got 'iJ
girls, while the, fact of our getting tide water will pre will soon make a large shipment of cattle as well as the cottagers, are beginning I iron, ;:'
vent that. Better not kick brothers to Cuba by the of Miami. We doe Dot b.T. Uon e:?:, ti ti! r'oro, q
; way to make Improvement In the ground I If Grocer .nd ni br.. DOUI" .n.| Ktiln-m that W. ;,
we are going to have that snlet. The believe there will be about 15,000 head surrounding their homes, and the merchants your War "iaN It cu.. fUa 'iud? do Bad your subscription t government might buy you out at five The F. E. C. Ry, will have charge of the and city officials are planning for .a ciUUfib.i. BPiOU CO., ....i.'w, l : I I.J .\\'

dollars per acre. .shipment. the approaching season Ci&" TH"'i" t'r ", '=r 3C.,rwlSLzf ..



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and flavor of fruits men and trams for operating the mn '
Florida Central & Peninsular
COLOR chines. Thus the poorer taxpayers are Railrijl\\
quality and appearance given employment at good wages and

of the town officers are In position to secure

vegetables, a dollar's worth of work for every /
ci Time Table In Effect June 11, 1890.8i .
weight and plumpness/ of grain, dollar of tax. which has been Impossible .

In many towns under the old
arc all produced by Potash. system of working out taxes. This .-
explains the growing popularity of the !:;.> ,. -.:; _=.:;:eobi": :; =-t NORTHERN 1'OLviTB.h w 5 >=--t:1 Iit ,U ti 1,
; mI'I( "' rt.; 1:5:
'' hi
cash road tax and the fact that few -I t' <'a 1'S= s .. 19 = Sc! + =I I I I

Potash towns have ever abandoned it after T3ii 1451' Lv Titusville FEC Ar 8Mp I_-- _
giving It a fair trial. Experience has t,45a 6'.Hip2M Lv. 8t. Anjrnfttlne Ar. ?.. I03na I
4 43111'.. .. 820a: ::::: 74/1p/ Lv. .Jackson .. .Ar .,... Sons .. .... 7 :
shown that more can be accomplishes :::::. B20fiBWp' .. ... 9 oa935a .. ... 82/1p/ Lv..Yalee.. ....Ar90fip .. ... 81Ra ,. .. 4nPl91na" "
with $1 of road tax paid In cash than .... ... .. Ar..Fernandlna..Lv .. ?. 730& . 8M"I'I" '
:::::: :..... 103% ...... 96on: Ar.....Everett .Ar ...... BROa530a/ 6 ) 1'
properly combined with Phosphoric with $2 or even $3 of tax worked out I%L ryobl ...... .HOp..... .... .r 11 3fia ...... _. Ar .Brunswick. ?.Lvllftflii ...... .' ''..,. 4nap' .
on the highway. This has made It y ... ... .. 1227.. ... Ar....Savannah ....LvJIBfaLv. ?..:. 64.">a ...
,. '600112ap. ..Savannah... .Ar ...... liMa( 11 tii 1 2&
Acid and Nitrogen, and possible to make a large. reduction in I :.:::: :::::: 1 B3: p 220p :;;;:: 1 Ma Ar. Fairfax. S. C.-.+.v ...... SOOa308a 830a 126tPt/ ..
the of the tax. == ..... 24'2a ..Denmark, 8 0 .... ..
amount ...... ...... 1030p 304p 3 lOa.121na '"
liberally applied, will improve This of road taxes ...... ...... .. .. .. 935p438p ......6 Ma .Anpista, Ga.. ......... ... 8 & ".
I matter paying in .. .... ...... .... .. ...... 43foa (.olumblaS.C. ".. .. .... 1247aBOOp ..... (I035aIllnon ..
.I soil and increase cash Is something that should be left ...... ...... .. .. .. .. ? ., 112Sa Spartanburp, S C ,. .. .. ... ..,. .. .. .
every yield to the vote of the people in each town. ...... ...... ..;. .. .. ..... .... 1 40p Of Asheville, X. C. ...... 2IWp1020p .... ".
ref0q ...... ...... .. ... 1I4Op ...... 900a Charlotte, Jf. C.I047a ...... ..:' 8'1. .
and quality of any crop. It. is essentially! a subject for local. ...... ...... ....1.Ifliop ...... Ii b N." C. ...... 82T.p720p .. .... 84.'..I
1 II home rule. 'The plan Is being more ...... ...... ...... 112Tp1236a ...... J210p "Oreeneborol".C" ...... .. .. II.:lOa ..'..1'..
I .... ...... ...... ... ... 1 sop Danville, Va. Of ..... 607p .. ... 4Ua ... ,I"
Write and get Free our pamphlets, which I generally adopted however as Its advantages ...... ...... ... .. ecoa24.a ... .. 6 2T>p Richmond, Va.32fip ..... 12nnn36Kp ., .I...
,. tell how to buy and use fertilizers withJ' continue to become better .. .... ...... ...... ...... Lynchburg Va.528p ...... . ? P92Dp ....
; ...... .. ... ...... 450aTMa/ ...... .Of Charlottesville, ...... 2 ISp .. ,122.1a ....I'"
greatest economy and profit. known. It will probably result In the ...... ...... ...... ...... 9 Ofip Washington .. 11 l..a r ... ...
very general use of road graders rollers .. ... ...... ...?.. ..... .1I2Ti1". .. Baltimore ... .... 942a720a ". .I ..
OERTUN KALI WORKS, ... ...... ........ .. 11 .. ..... Philadelphia B:! ... ...
93 NMMU St., New York. and also of rock crushing plants ....... .... .. ...... 2 12a.; ....... 0 23a 1\ewYork .::::::.I2ina.::::". 2r;;p .. ..
and In that way help largely to solve I ...... ,.?..... ..... .. .. ... 3001' "......Boston......." ...... 600p.( ,...."I.I.,....

the good roads problem. A number of 820.1 .... .. .... .... 7 48p'Lv .Jacksonville Ar '..... ...... ...... '-. ._"
states have recently adopted laws autborlzlng Tri-"r cck1))" Sailings 103<>a ...:.. .. .... 911/i1' Ar.... Everett.... Lv. ...... ...... ... 810,1''
MAKING DIKT KOADS. .. ..... ..:.:. 60r>a I .... Atlanta... .. ....... .. .. nig'!I
the town boards to purchaseroad 720p.... ...... 925a730p ..Ch a tta nooll:&.. ,. ...... ...... .. '
machinery on time payments, .. .. ::::::.::::::. .... .. ...Cincinnati... .. .. .. .... .....". 8I0p).:.

Xo. 84 makes connection for Brunswick, arriving Brunswick 11M: a. m.
1 I THE PROBLEM. York Arkansas, and Wisconsin. For New Orleans trail leaves' Jacksonville 920 a. m., with through iieenm
OTTO DOKNEB, rlvlnjr Dew Orleans 7:40 a. m. C.Jy through sleeper line" Arrives Jacksonville from Sew l

/ Chairman L. A. W. Highway Improv at Charleston S. C. both ) leans 7:25: p. m.
Grnilrrn and Itollern Properly 1.1 ( : ways SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
ment Committee.
I'rodiire Hard mid Darnble lIiKh- Xo.35: a"l36 Fast Mail, Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville and the Cinch

; n.T.-nnn" Tin. Should Be Paid HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT. The,Finest Steamships in .the Coastwise ServiceThe Sleeper A'os.) Ashevlllc.33 and :34 carry through sleepers) between Jacksonville and New York in connection
In Cnnli. : 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa. r
No. 36 carries Cincinnati Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta .
The greatest enemy of good roads Is Pact Showing the Economy. of Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This Is brought; to Jacksonville by No.37.
water. A road be Hard, Smooth Stone Iload. All baggage; will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets win still be sold at the city
may easily kept good w
office,202 Hogan Street, as well as at the Union depot ticket office.
if the water can be kept off.; Hence The principle the good roads movement Clyde New England and Southern Line's.. L. A. SHIPMAN, A. O. P. A. F.WRIGHT,Die: Pass. Agt., 202 W
''': the, first thing to consider In construct as advocated by the wheelmen Is -A. HacDONELL, Gen. Past.ExcellentService Age Bn
ing a rond Is to build It so that the wa that the common roads of the countryare Direct Service Between

ter. will, run of!., This Is accomplished as Important as the railway systems .
by ,buiIding It high In the middle ,or the statement being1 made'by Jacksonville :, and;-:Boston.J1 ant. all Eastern Points.

"crowning" (It and ,giving the entire them and beingeasily' understood'th'at '
road surface a hard smooth finish. I there Is not an ounce of nmfcfynniodl- (Calling at Charleston,;S.:C., both ways). ;: SoutHern'!:' ,.

Water always runs down hill and It ty hauled oyer the railroads tljat )'s not SEMI-WEEYLY.. 8A1LESG3 t, .

x will readily run ''off of any road if It first, ra:uipor.ted.by' wagons over country Southbound........................ ........... ............ ............from lewis Wharf Boston <>>V"D '

be but given an opportunity 'to do so. roads or city streets. It does not Northbound............................. ............ ..... from loot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville 'il'wa
The fault'with too many of our roads matter. the :commodity, Is manufac 1'c. .

.; Is that the \vater cannot tun'oft'. Pass! tured 'articles, that are; loaded on can! I

ing wagons and hor es' boots are per. at' the factory;' The'raw material has I:11a
(3ibs Johns River Line.
mltted to weartliem dowD until nits first to be'hanled'to the factory;,' But ,, Clyde's: : .

are formed. 1. ,The o bold the water and the greatest hauling.. ,,18'done:J 1 "'the; .' BETWEEN-JACKSONYILLE. ; AND' SANFORD. ; :: Out of, Florida.w

allow, to/sink into the ground,.whlcb farming districts,, andtherglt'1s; that..

becomes softened so that continued. gooil lgbwaj8'; 'r ;no.jt'ne. .,,,!L. Jacksonville,Falatka,.Hanford Enterprise,.Fl...and,inermedtat.landings on. the St.John's RJ ver. :
f, travel makes matters worse and The subject, has. not, bee (\\glv ,, the 'STEAMER} : NORTH; ..EAST?E WEST:.1

worse;'" attention, andi support,,It desvryea payetforthe'slmplereason '"D.tAW1taII8ON ". .
:. ", ,
I The. problem# ,of building roads which ; : thacprlvatecapital -
.. CAPT.W. A, SHAfft 1
will shed water has been solved byr" cannot become 'Interested 'In leave' Jacksonville 8:00 p. in..,'Tuesday! and Saturdays..., THROUGH PULLMAbr DRAWING: () JlOA ql"THOJtOUOBlW!
the road grader or road machine. The the, building' of common I r'oads'rsince' Leaveanfbrd 5:KM a.m.lHond,and Thursdays .-, .!.. ;
American, farmer Is quick. to realize there."..would. ''!> no :Income' !/ nira''the,i ,.. .I c_e, pl ilrlvz. l >,;aqr !

the(talu"of machinery,' and the, rapidgrowth' Investment, such'' 'as there is \\11): hallways .. .
} and Ticket Of f Ice St. Jacksonville.W. .p.! r
In the).use' of' the reaper .the iMutllclpa4 i ( county ,:itateantf;,, Gen'l Passenger ,:20 '..W-Eay NEW VORKOJAND.FLORIDA'. .. EXPRESS.,*

binder and pie, separator !Is an elo-, the natlona) governments nav !,not,had =
quent trlbutbe practical genius the! issue brought directly before .them. .. H. 'WABBUKTON! P. A.,,. I F.IM. LF BIVWI IM Ja., f ia.Pass: AKI., via Through JaouoavWe:8avan.nab Vestlb:led Drawing Room- BleepW Cart 1I tw'ae11'TaJapa tad EnTat1.
6 Bowline: t, 204 West Bay Bt.,Jacksonville, Fla.' and -Ocluinbta, without chang>o
of American agriculture. The growth In Its full" significance, because it Is c; P. LOVELL, Asst. Fla. Bupt.;. '' .liew.YOrlL'I'\ L. HOWARD Superintendent. 1
of the use of road graders has been necessary .to first educate. the. people .," | Foot Hopan St.,Jacksonville Fla. "UNITED,STATES (FAST MAIL
THKO. O..JEGKK, T. M., ff Bowling Green,New York.WAT. .,, .
'necessities' ( : '
wonderful too to the of the'
during last few tuovement;
years P'' .L YDE. 0CO.. General Ajtents.i Pollmaa Dr.wiag Boom Buffet 'Sleeping.Cars between .JacbouvUIuD4Nntllt,
and Indicates that' the farmer has dls. This, Is what Is being 'done by''the 8 Bowline,Green..New Tortt'T>1\ 1* Bo. Delaware' .. ..Ave.,, Philadelphia,' via. Savannah'and Colombia., :
? covered, 'a practical solution pf the wheelmen at the prE:8ent. time''and J Jt ;" -

problem how to build his, local dirt must 'be said'to their,credt! that' .they : Embracing Lynchburg,,, Charlottejvllle*',

roads. have, enlisted the sympathy and, support ; Washington; Baltimore and Phlladclphti
; t Hut something more Is needed to of all the prominent farmers' or- ; :
make a thoroughly good road besides Florida. ;East'''GbastTIME Ry,a ClaafnnaW.Through Ptdltnan r .Dnwtng-Room Sleeping' I Cars I to liaooa, Atlanta, Chattanoon aM

a road machine. To properly finish a
dirt road made with the use of a TABLE NO. 21 IN EFFECT'.JUNK H. 18W.SQUIB Pullman :Sleeping Cars to

,- grader It should bo thoroughly rolled via
Cincinnati Columbia
'' and hardened: It Is not sufficient thatIt BOUND tRead Down). NORTH BOUND (Bead Up). and Asheville, Through thi

be crowned but It should be made .s No 89IN 00 I O 82 oII
hard and smooth. The same thing Is .. Ex IIU WIUI, Ex IN

true of gravel roads. This can be best 060 920. eave..Jacksonville................Arrve 180p 1085a ;Jr'8111p Daily Limited Trains For Cincinnati via Ey. .tt.
h lOb Arrlve..lt..AulCustin.: .:.............Leav. 8 top Q4f>a Clv r
accomplished ') with the of rollers.
( ( use 6'2up II S6a ............... Aniustwe..Arrlve 6 Rip 940a C t"'f i
Horse rollers weighing from five to iAtl ., .............. ... ........... ...... 1100p 9 : o For detailed Information '
eight tons are most frequently used i- pt Arrlve.. .................Palatka ....... .. .. ......Lc Ave 411/p"! 8 1 dos..:... &D7 agent of the SOUTMRN! EAII.WAT ae to rates or, Its schedules connections., sleeping oar reservations, eta. 'nl1l1!
for the purposed: All loose stones N -:I p 11-oo Leave. ........... .... Palatka.... ... ... ........Arrive -tie =Sl0i-::::- Z.Ii' I

.... Arrive..... :........... en biateo. .. ............. ave ...... 7&.v gyp': '
should removed from the road
0 .7ii5P1.100a Leave.................Elan Mateo....... ..... .....Arrive 785p -...... 0 tfo: R. W. HUNT, Florida Pass. Agt., 213 West Bay Street Jaokionvill, Hi
well sods
before rolling as as .s 0Q
;' a turf,, leaves, sticks: or any other mat UNIMPROVED ROAD. h; II II 14J:\]>Iti:!m<< Leav..M... ..........M..Onnond... Ivat Palatka..M..Leave................. .. 600p 847p 7 4I 4Ia jI1'd 0 J. M Traffic GULP. W. A, TURK 8. H. HARD VIOL

4 ter that will tend to soften the road- Nil. :i 1 : / 108p ...........M..Daytona. ................ 8S6p 701.as Manager Gen Pass. Agt' Asst.; Gen. Pall A....
> [From L. A. W. Bulletin.] f 3 I t n 1Hin ........_......Port Orange.uuu..o... ... 8:00/ It _lIb. L.:: 1:1: Washington, u. a Wash1n2OOn.. ii 0. uut.Qi
bed. A rond that Is thoroughly and ganlzatlons In the movement With ,fl- 8Mp111l5p: .. .nnnnnnn...............Now- n -Smyrtu: ....,..n......-.-.. 8 asp 600a- \ April 10 1899.MALLORY. -
repeatedly rolled Is well fitted to stand 8Mp 222j) .............,.? Oak: Hlll.. ................ 22'p 605a :: C1w ,
the two classes working together It Is / ... Qaop SOUp .................T1tnsvtlle ................. 145p lib ,bI...=
.the wear of travel 1 and can, bo made only a question of time until the move a 0.. ... 811Up .................Cit Pow................. 1l5p... 0...
t'' Into perfect watershed. A sI: .. SlIIIp ................. Cocoa. ................ .. I fl'ip' ..... I
a ment will be made a political Issue : ay .. S41p .................Roekiedge............... ., ,
r ", The use of machinery In building;; and then will come the desired improvements. p .3 W :..... 412p .................FeuGaUke................. 12 sap ...... tf.: LINE
roads, has been seriously handicappedby ; II < ..v... 421p .................loIelbourne......,........... 1224p..... a STEAMSHIP
I Ii. ...... 467p ..................Ro eland.................. ', 114ia ..... 1:1: dlIw
Its cost. It Is frequently thought I The argument offered in favor of the i .. ...... 60lp ".. ..................8eb&llUan........... ...... 114.1a.' .. Poll If
should be .n.. 65'' ..................8t. Lucie.................. lOMa .
that farmers :
wrong obligedto Improved roads Is that they lessen the ...... 81Sp. .................Fort Pierce................. ii 10411& ...... rn Florida, New York
tax: themselves for the purchase of cost of repairs make It possible to ItJ 9 IHlp 14 .............. .....Eden.................... 1006... . .H a ii: Philadelphia and Boston]
,, rond graders and road rollers In addition haul ... "'N .'"'. 64t1p ....;.............Jensen.................. I. 1000a t v '.
largest amount of goods with fjQ 2UU 66f1p .n..,............. Stuart; ................... 9110& 208.q ) 1. From Brunswick (direct), to New York.
to (having to stand the regular tho smallest animal power, save time Dally 12t1p I ..;..;.;...,....Hobe Hound................ .' 11111& Daily b PASSENGER SERVICE.
road tax. There Is much justice lu and Increase valuations. o I'lT11111p!: ...............'Velt Jupiter................ 907a EK"U Q. '
y property No U I1't'i': 8131' ...,.....?.."'cst Palm & Ch............. 883a IT uJ p 1 t To make connections with steamers, leave JackOll'
this position for the average farmer railroad company would expect to do 124a 88\1p\ ,. .................. Boynton. ........... ...... is Bona 1021p y on Thursdays at ft'JO a. m., via Fernandina anil'0ov.f
pays his full share of taxes, and these business If Its tracks and roadbed Is. I41)a 1) a ............ .. D"h'a ............. a 1111a IOlf4402a > N I (Cumberland Route). Arrive Brunswick 0:30: p.m. !' J
4' 9871 .............. iLauderdale.............. 10il1.a.'ip route. Or via all rail leaving Jacksonville 4::30: p. m.
should not be added to or Increased wore In such condition as to make It .q 61451020)) Of :..........r. Lemon City... ........... 624a lI 'Jp & 1'.), via Everett and Southern R'y. Arrive Uruwwifi i|
without some very excellent feason.: either Impossible to use the tracks at ,Bs. 6 ..jl\ JUliO!, Arrive............. ... ...Miami.. .. .. .... .... .... 61M 1190 .M:! p. m. Passengers on arrival, go directly aboard sesames

But the farmers of the United States long seasons of the year or In using I1KTWKUX: NEW S.MYUNA AM ORANGE CITY JUNCTION

t are badly In want of good roads and them have to lose a great deal of time N oo. a No. 11 I STATIONSS No.2 No. PROPOSED SAILINGS

the clamor for their construction Is and have Immense repairs to make, ausptoTut' v'"...... ... .......... Nt'w lI\yrna. .. ....... .... .........Ar 1211.'ip b-dbr) Lv.New York, Pier 21 E. R., 3:00p. m., (Standard Time.) Lv Bran'M
from to Quite n lilliI' 1121a ......................... Lake He1en .................. .........Lv 12 lOp 440p Friday, July 28 ....,.... .. .. ...... .....COLORAHO....... ... .... ... Friday,AH
growing year year. and yet that Is what the farmers and 'Wv Il BOa ...... ............... .Or"n.ce. City. .......................... laOOil 411'1) Jr: .Uy, AUK. 4. .. .... ...... ...... ... Rh) GRANDE.... ........ .... .... Friday, 'I
number of towns have solved the road others uslug the common roads are 401111 11 4.11. Ar. .. ....... .. .. .Orsnll'ltlJlly Junotion... ....... ......... .. 1165s.t5p Friday, 11.... .... .... ..,.r... .. .. .... .COLORADO ....... ........ .. .. . 'Friday, '"I
machinery problem by voting to pay I doing lu a comparative way every day All trains.lotwi.t u New Orange ally Junction Dully except SundBY. Friday, 18... .. ... ......... ... .RIO GRANDE...... .. .... .. .. .... ..:'riday, '

their taxes lu cash Instead of working In the year. ltI.1'\Vt.hN 1'1IlJ'II.l.l; AND SANKOUD. For general information, steamers, trains rates, etc., apply to any railroad agent or M

them out and using a part of this fund They make the most Impracticable liO 111| STATION NoU BASIL GILL, S. A., 220 W. Day St.Jackwnt

P for the purchase of machines which attempts: at road building and 7 UUa:: Lv. ..... ........... ................TituHvllle... .....,..........................Ar 1"MP II. II.
repairing .....................................Mima... .,.................................Lv l1ap RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick, Ga.C.U.lU.LLORY .
avoids the necessity of levying an extra and then wonder why there la no 11:1&/: / .........................,......,... lateen. ................................. 1161a Y
tax for the purpose. This plan has profit In their products, which have ................,.............. .. .. .&uterpriea.. ................................ Of 11 5a ,General Agent,Pier 20, E. River, and 385 Broadway, X.
4 ... .......,.............. .Eutcr 'dllO Junction. .......... .................. 11S.V.llOOu.
been adopted lu New York aud Wisconsin been hauled over bad roads at the 9Sht1Ar.' '. .. .. . .. .... ... .. ..Sanford... .. .. ... ... ..... ...... .. ..... .... Of
and probably elsewhere The greatest expense It has boon estimated AUtruiuiil twe .n Titunville and Sanford Daily except, Sunday.::
town clerk of West Chester, Westches- that In the states where the '

ter county N.Y., says It has always stone roads have been built the cost of KEY WEST AND HAVANA.h pLANT SYSTEM.

been followed there. In the town of transportation has been decreased too The steamer of the Florida East Ouatt Steamship_ Company are appointed to gall .. follows

:'t Walton, Delaware county, N.Y., the per cent of the former figures and Sill ..IIIMl |l From Miami 11:30:: p. m. Tuesdays, and Fridays. Arrive Key
cash road tax was adopted lu 188;!). that the roada pay for themselves itCHy of Ky W"lIt 1'W:: p. Wednesdays aud Saturdays. Train 85 couneots

Borne years later the taxpayers voted within a few years. It has been further from Wrsl"Key to WrtDlr.cl.Mini with From steamer.Key West 8:90: p. Wednesdays and Saturdays. Arrlr If you are going anywhere, whether It be to the

4 by a largo majority against returningto shown that the amount lost In Miami' :80"'DI. Thursdays Sunday*, connecting with train 78.

the old system of working out the the different ways mentioned will Siellwllbip "31t. From Miitini. II. m. Mondays and Thursdays. Arrive Key North South East West
tax. James Hill chairman town of more than pay for the building and rePairs West T p. m. Mondays and Thursdays Leave Key West 8 p. m.amt"llavaua ,
Ilaruboo, In Wisconsin, reports that lu of these roads on the annual assessments same duys. Arrive Havana B a. Tuesdays and Fridays.
of From Havana. sidling direct for Miami. 11 a. m. Tuesdays Northwest or SouthwesJ
1803 the towu adopted the plan
h pay. made for them or that It
ami Fridays Arrive Miami A a. m. Wednesday and Saturdays
an.tIC.- Wrst. ,
lug Its road taxes in cash. He declares costs no more each year to have good ) connecting with train 7K Remember that the PLANT SYSTEM of and Steamship Lin 'l
that "(Iur people think we' have roada than It does to have bad oucs. The** Time Tables dhow the tiinnn at which tralnnand boats may be expected to arrlV.a4l Railways >1
accomplished more the past year under depart from the xuverul stations sud ports, but their arrival or departure at the UrnM gateways at Port Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville, Charleston, Mongoraery,
stated Is not guaranteed nor doe the Ournpany hold 1lt responsible for any delay or aar I and various other SER'.I
the cash system than we did In four Road Notre. consequences arixinir therefrom. points, with its all the year round DOUBLE DAILY

years under the old labor system" Strange as It may seem no two Vor copy of loud time card call at ]KM West Bay Street, Jacksonville, or address Is the best route, and that all information can be obtained promptly by adds

Similar results are reported from causes are closer allied than those of .J. P. BSCKW1TU. TraOlo Manager St. Angustlna.. J. D. BAHNEB. A.. G. P.,_A. or calling on
In and the farmer and the -- --- --
many other towns Wisconsin cyclist.Haag
F. M. PaaseDjtergeoL
'Jolly Division
New York. ,
and Bcbeveningen two citiesIn
toad taxes may be collected In cash Holland are to be connected by an 138 West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville,,

without hardship to the poorer farmers ideal road which will have a carriageway JOB PRINTINGOF B. yVrenn Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.
I who may desire to continue work- a track for cyclists and a foot
Ing out their share of the taxes as path.A _

,heretofore. Only part of the tax would stone road poorly built for want of ALL KINDS The ADVOCATE' :

ever be required during any one yearto successful rolling, even with excellent 'does' neat clean'Job'Printing.
pay for machinery, and the remainder Executed at theADVOOATE' ,
material be but
can a poor highway at
would be employed to hire [ fir:
PRINTING OFFICE ( "Prices to Suit



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Q1' 4..U t YClr-l o, l \I&"JLLE.; A FARM ,CONVENIENCE. -ruir OF CJlAnO& .

Natt.aary a.vi.Na itelderr Per Any adult suffering frbm cold IIt'UIi.! <.
N. C.HENDERSONVILLE. tsrar.' .rr :eJ"Vse: :: : :t3o :t' ,z: Oral. B.Ir. .. on the breast, bronchitis, throat or lurr,,

t .- A writer In "Farm and Fireside extends ruubleit tif'imy imluiv; who Mill call .*j* ",
TITUSVILLE" tho old proverb MMak ;your Fred S. Chaff :'s drug store, TtUfvl1l-| ) .|

lulL COPE : + ; INDIAN RIVER, dead save your heels," to Include, fin- or J. 1'. CctOper'lI drug store, Cocoa, VI*:: '
X. C. will||| ho presented with a sample bottle+ 1 1 ;
r" '" tern where grain bags are still bt'Jdl1 U""ch"e'li German ;
.J FLORIDA. Syrup, free of chary :;
laud, an they; very generally are. ,And O nl> one bottle given tonne purtnn. ni '
accommodation for a limited ie presents some simple designs for none to children '
,-1 ..class number of guests, In a without older fro j
.hou e, two and,a half rnllea from town; good driving, exceedingly healthy country, -"I.. J. O. BAST, Proprietor. Mg holders, All variations of one principle patents, -': 1 1
|and beautiful scenery.: Address. that will save many tired finger ,No throat or lung remedy eves hi j
11. C.. STOKES and hands. neb a 1"IeAll Honrhre's German Mn + '; 1
Hendersonvllle n The lllnstrntod In In all parts of the civilized woilri. 1"wy ,.
N. C.JAOlt80NVILLE. ( + 'g ti The hotel the stationary; one :
frons| on t
to wide of miles Figs. 1 And 2 U made as follows: Take years ago millions of bottles wI .
sweep bay(7 gluon I and
In width), formed by the apiece' of, flat Iron rod, about six tt'et. you Ira away success, your ww druggists marvelous will 1 I'It 'j j

n n.t 4.1 + ,+ '( :P ? Indian River, making It A long one Inch Ao. really the only throat and lung lenniivnerally .'J

delightful summer reP.wll' wide and one- a g endorsed by physicians <>i ', : !
+ sort Constant ,cool fourth of .n Inch 75 rent boiile I will\ Pine or imtvulln I \;il, ; j
MERRITT'S breezes from the sea And thick, with some Sold by dealers] In civilized comitibn.RomemU'i ;V ;
s l bay Flowing sulphursprings. '
spring to It. Bend 'd
1 Special summer h till it takes the iluu tbe IN in AW l.iv ,
[oiel and Restaurant rates.Titusvlllo form shown in TwI ADVOUATK docs all kind of job pil' 1. i
.t I at shoed notice Stud them nn "i 1,
Fig. 1, with the and lj roiivlncttl l 'hllllll\tLe J.lm ,4 .
MAIN STREET, "bort'enlt A below have job piintlni! done. .
the long one j

Pltcki. :, Jacksonville, Fla. Hoarding Houses. and sprangdownward Brave 3Icn Fall '11 j

fromit Victims to stomach, liver nnd kilt'
RESTAURANT Open from 7 a. m. to 11:30 p. m. MRS. DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE TI'rUSVILLE:, FL.\. 'so 'as to leave troubles as well as women, and all It l ,
and European' Plans. a hsnd'. breadth ho results In tons of appetite, !pub n.. j
Florida Business% Board And room, $1.00 per day. Wheii In need of white or rye Dread, pies, between the two, BAG the blood I, backache, nervousness )hkchurtnd "
Specially Desired. cakes, etc., go to Mrs. Delsner's City' Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses, parts that would otherwise touch... Cut llifd, HI.||I""I>H, run-doNn fei 'n
to $4.00 American. j to $2.00 hotels and familiea supplied.BOUKNIGRT'S several notches half an Inch deep and I nut I here! U no need to for I like I'
day. (} European 1 i5cpe'r day.rstclass ( slightly more than n quarter of an Msten ,tu .J, W O.iirlner. Idavllle, (It J1
Inch wide on the lower side of the lie says: "Electric] hitters arc JIIII' t'
Barber in with the BOARDING HOUSE TITUSVILLE FLA. thing for a man "lien he Is
Hotel all
Shpp connection conducted by D. W. run d I"
short 'ud'so
( that they will fit down and don't 1
I care whether he lives ell .H
Good, airy and comfortable Board over the long end. Then at a point Itdld more to irive 'j
rooms. and room, One Dollar day me new stieDKtl! ,
Special rates by week or month., per n, III x'or eight Inches from where 1t trro.Travelers' O. noUKNIOHT, Proprietor. the two_ ends cross, give the long end I I I can now cut IIIIY 11,1, nil and have a i
HotelNew a twist and a bend downward ail lean un fir...', Only oil ctnU, at 1
shown In Fig. 2. In the long end i ChalTce's drug stoic. Every!: bottle j Ian
Management. bore holes for teed.
NIC some screws aufasten I
$. F. GARCIA, Proprietress. the now complete bag holder to
a post, the side of the granary or to
JACKSONVILLE; FLORIDA. fORBartholomay's nny ether convenient object where the FREE ,,
grain Is to handled. I
DC '
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths Complete Service. When a bag Is to ,be filled, slip the CONSULTATION

THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. Rochester Beer mouth around the Iron circle previously wlth'our homo tieatmcut. W
held by the last notch from the end 1
ake car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. A. Engage the cloth with,'the four physicians, and you cct the bt
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. of
short blunt spikes O, 0, C, C, that our excellence. No matter:; .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Opposite MERCHANTS LUNCII, 12' to,2 P., M. 25 CENTS.;. 'should lo added to prevent slipping your tiouhle is, how simple] or
EL OXFORD 130 \V. Bay St. Jacksonville, Florida. Loosen the end A, and let another hopeless! wc'c.uj' do you good, >
.. ,... ....., St. James Hotel. notch engage with the end It. It takes If we can't wo will honestly tell

(convenient to all parts of the city, commodious 'rooms, comfortable and but a'moment to put on or take off the so. ThmiHumls of tiled, weary, ,

I homelike; and special. efforts: ,made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant Not a dome Observer.; l.oboes of .....hlon.. bag. which la held firmly. and hopoluHM\ people] hnvo bcei
stay: Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when in Jack- "It teems almost Incredible." said Lace Is used unstlutlngly,. especially The same holder may be made portable tlrely] and permanently cuicd bj
100vl11e.- the railroad man. "but I saw A man for sleeves, and narrow flounces edged In' two ways; first by the use of
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. the other day that couldn't give an Intelligent with lace are pushing themselvesprominently brackets such ns, shoVn' In 1.1 It. 3. COMPOUND .

description of his wife. Became to thc fore.Menus' .' These may be screwedto."any con von-

PABLO JBEACIL, to the office to get transportationfor ( there are Innumerable, nil i lent object In any place desired the OXYGEN,

her,,to which be was entitled, and eloquently expressive of .tb'e' demand end D being slipped 'In''nn+i tnkciout, Why not take heart .. .
nnder at'will.' .The second 'maY"' b 'mndo of again! and II
the a
present_rule we must have a something more than
for merely '
description'of 'the person that Is going smart ''which l. we' ar.eJ pleased 1 ; to term piece of gas or' other Iron pipe securely I tlgate this gloat, ; principle. We i a:.!.
ltd! Pablo PABLO-BY-TIIE-SEA, FLA. to use the transportation.On the picturesque. screwed to a pltiuk, as shown: In: Fig. 4, thouftiUHln of testimonials. Son ,:

,n the margin of the ticket are Openwork collars and .cuflfc: Are being ,the cud piece B being slipped )In the buok'on home treatment, wondi
places where the agent can punch ont cures to tho a.ick, etc., f eu. s
Inly oDe block south from Station. Large veranda on front and side. First- adapted .to, most iof, the, fete' tpllets\
Bass bath house with Sulphur Shower Baths and a very good description of the person and Infinitely preferable, will, theypro'Te 'IC det1
suits for Sea Bathing. Bed
loms and that is entitled to nee the ticket in. .I In' the hot 'weather' DRS; STARKEY & PALl'!
to the
large, f Jight : airy. Single rooms 10x21, family rooms 18x21; also his : tight, .
Ufiectiog rooms 10x14. Artesian water throughout building. 'None but tho possession. high, neckbands.. .
nest food products.used.. Rates $2 day $7 to $10 ,' "I asked the man first how old his '
per ; week In 1112
per : Fringe here, there and everywheres'bomotlmes GIrani St., Flillii., Pn .
wife He could tell five .
was. not within
SYDNEY HAIGn; Proprietor self
; colored, some Ot IT fob 900Virginia
Former Proprietor Colonnades t Hotel years. times of 'a contrasting tone to the material
Daytona. .
"Next I asked him how tall she was. ,',

'" The best r could ascertain was that she

ST. AUGUSTINE.: : was not'very tall, neither was she very \
Convict Labor on !Iload. Bonn
short! I punched ont the word'medium'and '
If tho plan, to put convicts at Improving .
let it at that. L
go ,
the highways Is feasible, It should
"Next I asked the man what'the'
Algonquin HoteL be carried out. It will not In any way -
of his
,, II or wife's eyes was. lIe studied
r1, sw','. for a full half minute, and said he bedarned Interfere with the laboring man who 1WACKKT8 AND S'rAW. You learn all about Virginia( Lan

t ; V King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLAIr It he was sure whether% they so often protests against tho employment top. Tho advantage of this latter Arrangement Its resources, products, rondo of ci

Refitted, newly, furnished and under were'light blue' or gray, him of of felons at work which deprives Is that tho bag holder may tlvatlon, prices, etc, by lending f I i
new management. Centrally! located "When it came to the color of the an opportunity to 'ma 'q a liv bo taken anywhere UJMJU the farm, Virginia; Farmer. Send tOe'
ing. The outdoor
r near all points of interest. woman's open air life and even to tho field when
Large sampeI'oom ] hair was again In a quandary necessary. for 3 months ,
wholesome labor would milmnlptlon to I H It
for use of traveling men. Over lie was ,not dead sure whether it resultln making One thing that must be borne 1 In
looking Plaza and Monuments. !better men of criminals Vlille the Farmer Co., Emporia, Vn. '
A full 1 was dark brown or black mind In making these bag holders la I
l *< view of the ocean and rolling breakers prison) walls affect the average naturein ,
from the "The only thing this husband was that they must not bo so high nbovthe e
bells and piazzas. baths, gas, electric sure ol was that his wife was slim.- tbe'opposlte way. It will litiprovemorals ground that the bag will be suspended. Choice .
a perfect system of sewerage. and roads at the name time The bottom .
Dnlnth News of tho sack m'usl
[ates pen all: $2.00 to $2.50: per day, Special rates by the week. thus corning: nearer to the idea of a rest upon tho ground, else the weigh! osa coq Wlnos.Llqui '

year. C. F. COX, Proprietor llook'i Lordly Tip. civilized nntlonn : and the Jar will tear the'screws loose and Clg. ,

It required such i\ man us Theodore in a short time, The holder Is for keepIng : Guaranteed Pi "' ,

IZA HOTEL Hook to cope successfully with the ra A Strange Teat of Manhood; the mouth of the sack open, not for '
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. pacity of the gentlemen of the ball 1 In The ancient Clan Macleod used to lifting It also.Ilarveitlnw Sold at i'educeImported ? ':'

Tbls hotel contradistinction, to the, road, and; on exercise a strange test to prove the manhood I \ D'
Postoffice Is now pen for ROOMS ONLY. It is -centrally located, near one occasion at all events he proved of their chieftains. (At Dunvegan Sprlnff Wheat With k 1
Rooms Bank and Cathedral. himself equal to the task. castle.on the Island of Skye there Is lread.ra, ,Toknjr Wine, l
50cts to $1.00 per day;'$1.50 to $0.00 per week.V. It is related that once when dining 1 preserved the large, born known as The great rapidity with which wheat from Ita'

D. SANCHEZ, Manager. ont be. before the entertainment came I I'!n+)ry More's Horn. "., ''This cepticlonevessel can now be harvested by means of Improved John B.

off provided himself with several bright I holds rather, more than a bottle self binders has lessened the Importance Togni,
farthings from the mint and that when and i\ bait of /liquor Accordln tp the of the header However, It la Metropolitan Saloon, 123 East Bay
SEABREEZE, FLA. proceeding after the festivities to hit old custom. every' l laird of Macleod was still nsedqnite'extensWelyinthefpringwheat JACKSONVILLE
I carriage+ dincovered several servants, obliged on bin 'coming'of ageto fill 'this. growing regions of the northwest FLORIDA.WholeiaU :
including( the cook uwiling blue in horn with claret and wltboatonc@ layIng And has ita' advantages. A wide and lletnll......

i o Colonnades.SEABREEZE, FLA. the ball: be forthwith flipped a 'coin 'It down to drain It to the dreg swath is cot, and where' q number of .

I into the band of the latter The man This was taken na a proof of: his man machines i oren, >ted In the same field an The Largest and Most Con

lace : glanced at it. noticed the size and hood and he was then deemed a worthy immense amount,of groin can be taken,, '.
the burning of the Inn I have leased this popular house, which will re- bowed low in thanks. nnd"r the impression ,successor! to the lairds of the, pus care of. The horses push tbe machine plete Establishment. South t<
jam arms open all summer. Surf bathing, Ocean pier, fine fishing, shade trees, etc. thut he was u sovereign richer, in front cf them. Only enough of the
reasonable. Bus meets. all trains, at Daytona Station. while Theodore dispensing largesse of Deceitful. straw is taken off to get all the head GEO. S, HACKER & Sf

HERBERT!: E. SMITH, Lessee a like nature to the other servants "Men are queer animals said the The grain i* run directly into tight ,

went on his way rejoicing nor did he pessimist. "They are all more or less :wagon boxes especially made for the
ach cease doing so when. as he etepl'ecllnto deceitful. purpose, It is hauled. immediately! to '
'House NEW HOUSE, his ,carriage one of the footmen who "Oh. I don't believe that(" repliedthe the stack'and there remains until
; had discovered the real vulne of the optimist "1 think there are plenty thrashing time."Where .
FURNITURE. pourboire run out saying "Sir 1 of people who strive to be honest 1 1 the grain has been allowed

ca Breeze avenue; one' minute from Beach. Table] think yon have made a mistake!I" know I do. and I don't give myself I to get very ripe there is much less Ions
Peelalty. Day, fI. .Oj; Liberal weekly terms. Address first-class. Sea Food a "Not at all. my good man repliedthe credit for being any better than{ the from shattering when tbe header is
I humorist with a gracious wave of majority of men. used for cutting The grain In not ban..

G. W.' SC!!UYLER, the bund "I never give less. Coach- "Then why do yon ask me how my died so often and the tight boxes catch .
Beach House Seabreeze man. drive on *' health is time all the berries tbutfall ont between the
Fla. every we meet and stunt] .
field and the stack. \
': around and look bored if I tell ?"_ On the other hand1.
, .. A WONDERFUL CURE OF Cbicugu/ Tlmc -Uerald. yon it M a difficult task:! to handle beaded "

IHARRHOEA. groin both in getting it on tbe stock )
nnd from the stack tithe machine.
OMESEEKERS TJil it KB lit' Oornn'l Ii no,,,. The MANUFACTURERS OF

... ... ..w... ....., A Prowtnent Virginia Editor Farmer Medders-What'* yer sou er short, and, stiff It Ie i straws almost refuse to hold togetb 1

I hind Almost: Givers Up, but lllruai golD ter do when be gins forkful The groin U impossible usually of to a get better a. Doors, Sash, Blinds ... :
through colfvgu? .

Who are Seeking a Home In the South should send to the undesigned for a Vats Health Draught by Chamberlnln'g Hack to Perfect Colic, stay Farmer right! Corn here tosac-i ou -the He's farm goln-till ter he for color there being than when Jbnt little put of into exposed shocks Moulding & ,Building Materia .1.

copy of theorida Cholera anil Diarrhoea Remedy. sorter begins ter realize that to the eon and rain no bleacnjng oc .
.-Read JIb Editorial.From they'aime cnrs. It will bo a long time before the I Office A Waiorooms. King, oppos> ,
be don't know,
or two things -Wan:
the Times, JUJUtllle, Va. Francisco Examiner./ header is discarded, possibly! never,II Cannon Street.Charleston r I

East Coast HomeseeW.have suffered with diarrhoea for along says Orange Judd Farmer. S C. '

, time, land had thought I was past being Million Given Auray Exposition' d Slate F.ln. i
cured. I spent much time and money It Is certainly gratifying to the
and Buffeted: so much misery that I to know of one concern In the land public who fairs Some have expositions been announced aud early follow state Sash Weights, Cord l c! .t t
had as
almost decided ;
to all
up hones are not afraid to be generous to the
:}s of recovery and await the result, but needy and suffering. The proprietors of: Omitm ezposttiouun..n..Julr1-Nor, I Hardware ;:
noticing the advertisement Toronto (Canada tndWltrl.I..potjJUon.
lands for Fruit of Chamber Dr. King's New Discovery for
Growing, Trucking! Tobacco Growing and tot Corlsump- '
Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarhoea Item. A u ,: -8ept. B
'''Md Summer edy and also tion, Coughs and Colds, have given away Sacramento, C.).....................Bept.. 4-16 Window and Fancy Gk }
Homes. Climate the healthiest United some testimonials/ stating over ten million trial bottles of Ibis Dover, DU ...... : l
In'tb. States., how great .....,......",........Btpt. 58rbslept.
1U some wonderful cures had been medicine/ and have the'.aU.facUon of: DvlUoineu, la..,,.....,...,..,.Auif. 8 A
Apply to A ,. wrought by this remedy, I decided to knowing it has absolutely cured thousands Lewiiton, Mo...................,.....Bept. 4-8 SPECIALTY. 11
try U. After taking a few doses I was of hopeless] cases. Asthma, Bronchitis H/r.co.e, N. V................... ....Bept.. {-8 ;
JAS. E. entirely well of thai trouble, and I :wish Hoarseness alt' Colombo, O.u..n."u.........Bept. 4-8 '
ed "1-' INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner, to say further to my readers and fellow Throat and diseases of the. lUroUne,. Minn......................Bept.. 4-9 Pulmotto Drug Store, Dayton. 'i
sufferers that I am hale Chest and Lungs$ are surely cured Wbetlintf, W. Va......,.."...........Bept. '-8 ,.
t FLQB ,DA EAST COAST R'Y, today and and hearty by It. Call on, F. s, Chaffer/ ,druggist/ IndIaD.poU..1Dd.r,.............,...ept.I8-28 Drugs medicines chemicals .,
Y man feel M well, M I ever and get A free trial) bottle' Kegulay niz, Milwaukee. ...............;.....Bept. 11-iS Cne t< > '
ST. AUGUSTINE did ID my life.-O. R. Moore. Sold by hOc and $1. Every bottle guaranteed, or Islington Kj........,...............Aug. 8-U soaps, brushes, combo, perfumery :'ti1'
FLA. all druggists and medicine dealers. price refunded. White Hirer Junction, VI...........Bept. 12-1 fancy toilet articles In great, variety
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1 HOW WE WILL WELCOME Florida Editor Return. Summer Excursion Hates to all
tr 1p Carroll Goldsmith;
f l e I DEWEY. Press Association the Resorts.
The Florida has returned -
H: I -;-- from Its trip to Valdosta and GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of
i I Hear Admiral Sampson -to.b. the :First Lookout Mountain, during which they Summer excursion ickets'are on sale All Kin ;

Official, to imp Ills II.nd. visited many intermediate points. While from June 1st, to September 30th., limited Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited 1

l lill t i at Valdosta.the editors could not: even to return October 31st, 1809, via .
The plan and scope committee of the pay hotel bills, everything was free as the Southern, Railway, at very low rates, i TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
Dewey celebration committee has takenup water, and all agreed that the town is to resorts In Virginia, North and South
the suggestion that the naval and wide-awake, progressive, and a thriving Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia and the
land parades be held on .Friday and business city. It is beautifully situated Northwest. =r a..ar :e.... ..::Jj f .aiu.iRjO'
; BEHjI W JEROME and In the Sea Island cotton belt and shows "Summer: homes" folders, maps, "Land
Saturday, September 20 30, insteadof
1 ? Saturday and Monday. September 30 more signs of prosperity than any town of the sky" pamphlets and other inter Groceries, Grain.,Hay Garden Seed, Fertilizers Staple & Fancy Groceries

Stato Representative PENNSYLVANIA and October' 2 as bad peen intended. visited. Throughout the entire trip the e tlng literature sent free Hunt to any address And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal Gm, '
1, IRON: WORKS CO., for Capt. Robley b. Evans told the coma association was received with courtesies by applying to R. W. Florida Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusive: ,
the Sate of GLOBE GAS ENGINES, mlttee that It was quite feasible for from everybody, and a most enjoyable Passenger Fla.ROBBINS Agent. 212 West Bay St., Jacksonville the above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your !*

? Marine and Stationary Admiral Dewey to 'arrive a day earlier outing resulted. The party'arrived home Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., Titusville patron
than he had set, and accordingly a tele- shortly after 8 o'clock Tuesday night, pb
Selling Agent COLMAN ACETYLENE gram'was sent urging him to do this. without a mishap during'the entire trip. i -
b GAS MACHINES /Safest, Cheap- Captain Evans, after a conversationwith Everything was harmonious and it was '
''. est and Best light for private dwell- General Howard Carroll, presented I without doubt the most enjoyable! .excursion & Lesley & ::MotlowV:
rugs" and store this scheme for the naval programme ever experienced by Florida edi- <
which, he said, would satisfy the Naval tors. They all left for their respective
For prices, catalogues and estimates, Department.The homes on Wednesday. ...XaCWV y era... (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER A CO.)
F vddroBs. ':, North Atlantic fleet, under Rear .

4' BENJ. W. JEROME, Admiral Sampson, will assemble at To The Deaf WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies Rnms, Gins and his t
In time to welcome Dew
; Rock I edge, J'la., Tompklnsville UNITED STATES COURTS. Bottled Beers Ales and Stout
ey, to bo anchored In column with a -
berth at the head for the Olympia. 'A rich lady, cured of her deafness and
The. Anheuser-Busch Brewing Asso'lon. Rear Admiral Sampson will call on noises |'n the head by Dr. Nicholson's A First-class Line of Cigars. *** Billiard and Pool Table

Admiral Dewey and receive him, as directed !Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10,000 to his ABSTRACTS of Title Furnishedfor Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given
I/umous/ St. Louis Keg and Mottled Iieer by the Secretary of the Navy, in Institute, so that deaf people unable to orders. Cash must order. LOS LEY & MOTLOW mj
accompany your ,
the name of the National Government.On procure the Ear Drums may have them Lands In' Brevard and Dade Titusville.f
Bold by Mem.Tx>*1er& Motlow, Titusville, Fla.
By Mr J. 1>.Crabb Cocoa, Fla. the day after the arrival .of Admiral free. Address No. 1134, The Institute,
By )Ir. W.J. Tucker, Fort Pierce, Fla. Dewey, the fleet will get under 780 Eighth Avenue, New York, N. Y. Counties.

way and proceed' the North River, INSURANCE. Protect Your FIR
...JOSEPH ZAPF.... Sampson's ships acting as escorts to
Dewey. Olympia will salute at Grant's -Please write us whenever you fall to We have a large List Property Against

Wholesale Beer and Liquors. tomb, then countermarch and anchor receive the ADVOCATE. LIGHTNING nn.c1.: OYOLONES.
; off Forty-second street; the ships of of Lands owned by
Sampson's fleet to perform the same As an advertising medium, no I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Llf
West Bay Street, evolution and anchor in succession in paper on the East Coast can beat the ourselves and clients. Insurance Company.. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
t JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the North River as they arrive in poor ADVOOATE. Give us a trial advt., Invest.: Safe Deposit ,& Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.

tloni; forming thus a combined force, and be convinced of the pink paper' Price for unimprovedlands For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CU.AS. S. SCHUYLER,
commanded by Admiral Dewey. worth.If Titusville, Fla.
i ,The fleet to be illuminated at night
}k THE A. P. FRIES DRUG CO and in position to land the naval brigadeon you are about to buy pineapple $3 to $100

#, the following day atOne Hundred and slips or suckers, read the ads of those
Wholesale and Retail 'Twenty-fifth street for the land parade. who have them\, for sale on 8th page. per acre.
The North Atlantic Squadron will con > =
slat of the !flagship New York the Indiana --- A HANDFUL OF HANDY THIN
DRUGS and MEDICINES the Brooklyn, the Detroit, the -Do you want to buy or sell propertyon WE have a few Residence, Orange \
l' Marietta, the Massachusetts and the Indian River ? If you do, write the Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable '
Texas. Of the other ships Ih the squadron Indian River Real Estate Agency, Titus- ,
around the house and
Reasonable. to keep that emI !\'
locations. Prices i
ville Fla. See 4.
I 129 East Bay Street, the Machias Is at San Domingo 'to page
should be with .
protect American interests, and the New I one provided you will fin

9 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Orleans is atSan Juan.. The Vixen' is at !nr: Reading notice ads. on this page f TITUSVILLE \ a in our stock of hardware, If you just itoj

Blueflelds, Nicaragua. are five cents per line per week. OFFICER; 1 and MIAMI. in and examine our display. We have eve

J. D. O'HERN, thing in kitchen utensils and hou&efurniiL

.. ANY COLOR, CHEAPER than PAINT, ing goods bandy tools of all kinds, an..
, Manager. is Cabots Creosote Stains. Prices .
9 .), and particulars on application to To Orange Growers. many things that are necessary and usef
; East Coast Meat Market
that for a small amount.
1 1 For Sale Tiio8. C.Jacksonville WATTS & Co., ___ pi U you can secure ,
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k At Daytona, Fla., five' and ten acre The Cable Landed.. I' NOW HAVE1f"OOO G. F. DUREN, Agent. 1u JAMES PRITCHARD & SON
. r==
I lots choice vegetable and orange lands. ;
Cheap for cash, or will make liberal ) Grafted c o:>>
? terms. Address, The Florida end of the Miami-Itavana w.:..... --f- '
cable was successfully landed Friday I cI2c .
last. It for c:>>
was a gala day Tho
Trees.On :::>>
Hogan St. Jacksonville Fla. .
merchants closed their stores and hundreds -. _- w: :

;y J!' .of persons with a brass, band s ='
i ""Sain Perkins Is Dyeing." gathered at the Terminal station to wit- sour ropts, 4ft:; and Branch 9y-: ryto THIS:: MAN
ness the landing and accord a hearty ed. Will be ready for, trans-' -
k welcome to this : | cannot- to GARDNER'S special sale of his immensj
new enterprise. Judge =a go
Gentlemen's clothing Cleaned, pressed planting Oct. 1 st, als! 'SOOO on
George Worley delivered a stirring 'ad 8 stock of
1 repaired. Dyeing in all its branches. dress, to which W. F. C. Fellers, traffic lemon stock. =' ........ '

4 All Old orders clothing by made mall ,to or look express equal to new. chief at Jacksonville, of the Western The best trees in Florida1 any CO.A+ ,c-f: i Furniture, Dry Goods,, Trunks, Hats,. Shoe
goody Telegraph Company, replied. Parties the east coast ='
1 attended to. Prices low.. Work price. on J
Capt. John. II Welsh closed the exercises Titusville .Florida. Mattings; 'etc., at

Satisfaction SAM PKUIUNS\ ,guaranteed., Cleaner and Dyer with this is one another of 'his great best thing speeches.In the development Thus write who want at once a fine for article prices;should, ,and j Cost for Cash. Aug. 25th to Sept 58)t )
Titusville Fla.
Vir \
of the Coast
East of Florida and engage their stock '
30 years in Sanford, Fla. especially Miami. The cable was laid by MR & TAYLOR We wish to realize, some ready cash, and it is your good fortune. A genuine sal!
barges towed by tugs. The cable ship These trees 'are undoubtedly the Goods,charged at regular prices. *'

which brought the cable over from best in the state, address, '
England could not enter Biscayne Bayas Artesian WellCONTRACTORS Titusville Fla.
Semi! Tropical Nurseries. Chas A. Gardner, ,
she drew too much water. They O. W. CONNER, ,* J 4' 7,
It in Norris
brought through Cut to the .
i ORLANDO, FLA.. bay. Nothing occured to mar the occas- OKLAWAHA, .- FLORIDA. ,lt'f f l I ,
ion the cable r. When In JACKSONVILLE
being hauled ashore on
a SPECIALTIES time, and fastened inside a little house )2 Eau Gallie, Fla. '
Uoono's Early-the earliest and best built for the purpose on the northwest WM. KNAUER, visit
t :Early Orange. : corner of the terminal dock I lot.
Aurantlum Pomelo, the best GRAPEFRUIT Wholesale. dealer in The finest SALOON In the South.

TREES.Carry and a full TANGERINE line of Citrus trees ORANGE, also Claude healthy.-Drink Walton See pure those, filtered agent tine, Titusville.1'reillctsa filters water for and.kale keep by C'A. T 3D "ST. PIANOS. J 11 I High Grade The best liquors that money can In]

Peach, Pear; Persimmon and Plum trees,
Grafted Roses und< Scupcrnong Grape Buy your candy from the:Whole- PIANOS", II Only Selected'
vines.' Great 8eaon. sale Candy House. Call or ": of all the favorite brands constantly on hand.Merchants' .

James Mott, A prominent railroad man said the write for prices. PIANOS j j[ No agents to add Lunch from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m., 15c., with bottle of Export Beer.
Box 170. Orlando, Fla. ? : : expense.
other day that the outlook Is very brightfor
; Jly23oct28. a largo and lively tourist season this : Benefit Given to Customers.
coming fall and winter and he predicts Corner of Madison and Adams Sts.,
that the travel southward will be greater Write for full particulars.DAVENPORT '
than ever before. The people, he said
are coming to the realization that Florida KERRISON' ,
Is the only and proper place to spend HAND MADE TANKS Director of Conservatory of"Music; ,
their winter vacations where ,
they can '
get safely away from the northern winter HAND MADE siO'Ma'in St., Palatka Florida. GROCER
blizzards, and be'as oinfortable
can at home. In this respect our sunny .
state Is unexcelled. As the state grows As good as the best and as cheap as the
We make Special
a Feature of
so does its facilities for accommodations cheapest. All warranted. Three our
and entertaining, and It now stands with. ? Machine made barrels for sale, but not Whys.
out a poor for Inducements in the world. 'warranted. Mail Order
Our magnificent climate, perfect hotel ,
systems, and natural advantages hunt- Pioneer Cooperage, LaGrange, Fla. WHY KILL YOUR MOCKING BIRD

lug boating and fishing, making it a with state food, when you can how difficult It Is in some localities to get .GOOD GROCER!
mecca for those In search of rest and buy the Southern Home Mocking Bird fill
CHEAP them
rC .. CI) families can send us their orders with the assurance of having
t health and for others
seeking recreationand SUN LIGHT OAS LAMP Food fresh every day at 25o per lb ; sent promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfaotoi;
pleasure. Yes and we are going to havea cD. ;j anywhere lOo extra to pay freight. We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House'itfEast Florida, and ha
great season, our tourist business eo.RCg.jlP'. suffer from CHILLS & FEVER articles
will from to Fm WHY many not usually found In other and smaller houses.
grow year year until we
: .when can get a bottle of
cannot give accommodations to the visitors you ,nT SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
who will be In our bldst.-Sunday \......, I. =a. (w IJ Thomas' Chill and Fever Tonic, guaran
; For Sale, Call. o aaQ *u :r. teed to cure for uOo. .

wp.... ... ti I WHY suffer from a splitting HEAD-
Pineapple slips and suckers, five varieties A Shooting Contest cd 'w7 s.,2 ACHE, when you can get a bot- E. A. WADDELL I
; July delivery, Enquire of .s ,d mA i tle of Thomas' Headache Cure, that will ,
t.f JAMES AXDUKWS, Eden, Fla. On Wednesday morning the Titusville + =' cure you in short order for lOo. t
R Gun Club held a 'shooting contest at PAT'O MAY I 10, 1199.IIS a.0 : II. R. THOMAS, Chemist and Druggist.. Miamf City and Dade County -
their grounds west of the Ice factoryand 52 CI.J o.clIi to- \ LaVilla Pharmacy}

1'lueapplo, Slips For Sale some very good shooting was done. coua- (C Jacksonville, Fla. Real Estate
The scorn was as follows: 's-' tS3 CHOICE RED SPANISH and First match 25 blue l'ocks-Waddell
Queen = :S Subscriber your attention is drawnto
Pineapple Slips now ready. :24; Jones 23: Prltchurd, Woodward ,
; ; 0- riMoab the name-ana-date slip panted upon I
I I I J. II. LRTOURNAU, 1$; Branning; Crabb, 15; Rocker, 15. wx your paper: or wrapper., If you are in Select-List of BAY BISCAYNE PROPERTY, City Lots, Fruit and Yegeta 1I I
Eden, Fla. Second match, 10 blue rocks Waddell '
arrears, please remit.
i U); Pritchard it S ; Jones, I Uj; Simmons, 3' aO Tracts of all sizes for Inyestments Phosphate and Orange Grove Lands i I
Crabb, 8; Brauuing, 7, Qg a
Third match, miss and o'ut-Prltclurd, ; a AGENTS WANTED. For "The Life and West Coast._ .
Achievements of Admiral nlweythe world'sgreatest "-
f;:' For Sale. 10; Waddell U; .Jon s, 8. ....-a. CI i0>g naval hero Uy Murat \Halstead the For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for
On next Tuesday morning at nine >- d .... lire-long friend and admirer of the nation' idol. ARMOUR
o'clock IS Biggest and best book; over 600 pages, 8zlu AIRMOTER WIND
there will be
a grand contest
; Florida all kinds. Inches nearly 100 balt-tone illustration Fertilizers Chicago r
pineapple plants; :g ; l ages Chicago, 111. S
the medal, which was donated to the c t": Enormous demand. commissions. .
Only 91.60. Die
t. Extra early Cowpeas, ripen seed in COtlays. club by several of the ladles of the town. Dearborn Street a=: 13 ,! Outfit free. Chance of a lifetime. Write Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI, FLORIDA.
Fla. velvet beans, old crop, and Everybody U cordially Invited to attend. Chicago Ill qulcic.: The Dominion Company, 3rd Floor,
will handle new. Velvet bean .and cowpea a Caxton I ldg.,Chicago. ----
All the members of the club
are requested -
thresher and cleaner 2 machine
to be present. Quite number JEWELED,
on market, capacity 3 to 8 bushels
u' witnessed the shoot on the above morning ESTABLISHED 1873.r WATCHES CLOCKS l
per hour. For inside price, write to ,
Washington, 1). C. Liquor tjuealuu. 1 1 I}
\.Ntn.. aarsri.r, :[""i O Z7 J: CiC dz 00. Diamond !.
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1; Fancy Pineapple Slips and Suckers I The -net" and dry election which will ,
l for Sale. come off this tall U causing no little excitement and Pre 13P
: Sonyenlrs Wedding
among tho'citizen of Daytona. Rings
Two liquor men from Jacksonville were 6 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We for S,
Abbaku, Egyptian and Golden Queen. there recently, circulating petitions to ( LAY
Porto Smooth Cayenne and Red. have Volusla county go wet, with the handle only the best and most reliable Seeds A complete stook of Hay FDB WITCH and JEWELRY REP G
F' mcol pply toMADDOCK purpose of establishing saloons In Day. Corn Oats, Flour, Bran,Wheat, Grits Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright and
r & MATTIIAMS, tona, and the temperance workers are dark at wholesale. State,agent for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co. A SPECIALT>r. 7.
lm Beach all that Star Brand Fertilisers-Guaranteed Analysis Orange tree and Vegetable Tertnis.r. d
"P Pinery, doing they can to keep them Spectacles
Bone Nitrate Pads Ifuriate of Ptotash Sulphate I'oWb Kaintt. These 1e Punk no and R1egluaea."i Charges paid onejway. R,. J. RIL '
West Palm Beach, Fla. out superior in the market,and a trial wU,convince. Send for Catalogue free. ,
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