Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 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: UF00075918:00036
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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Crescent, Cleveland, Barnes' .new. Guaranteed for six years. Write iiHville, bout anti-germ water fillers. Send age, sex, date of birth, -
And Topics of General Interest. Stearns, Wolff, Tribune. Write for for particulars: toTuos When writing for information please with one dollar, to Prof. James, box
prices and catalogues. tViiKHK: to See list of hotels
C. WATTS & Co., nclORO stamp. See land on 3th page. 20, Jacksonville, Fla. ;21-35: stop. on
F. W. BEER, Jacksonville, Fla. our 7th pages

lOCI Ie IT and General Goftdp In connection St. Augustine. Where to stop In Titusville. See ho-
with Biscayne Bays Lake Worth, Indian, Second-hand Yost typewriter, $25.00.: -Do you filter your drinking water ? ,Yardmaster Waddell, expects soon to tel and boarding house advts., on 7th

Banana and Halifax Rivers, Key West -Do you want to buy some pet stock? -Mr. H. M. Flagler donated $2$ to take a summer vacation among the page.
and M other Important Points along theE -Mr. Louis Read ad. on this page. the Malabar church mountains
of Florida. Brief mention of Cherry, 'of Cocoa, spent recently. Good accommodation for the summer
Intt'lrl'tltlng.ct Count( Event. from Various Part Sunday in this cite -Dr. G. W. Holmes, of City Point -Mr. Chas W. Crabb. of Cocon, spent -Mr. N. N. Penny, of Nathan. was In Benson. Wrlto to If. C. Stokes, Hcndersonvlllo -

of the World; About People You Know -Mr.; J. D. Crabb, ot Cocoa, was in spent a few hours. In town on Wednes anew hours In town on Wednesday. town yesterday on business, returning N. C. Superior location.

and People You Don't'' Know- Picked town a couple days this week. day. -Miss Alma llalllday is here, on 1visit n homo the same day. The ADVOCATE Is now on file at all

'op by Our Society Editor and a large at af f -Attorney A.J. Le-I"1 of Fort Pierce, -Mr. W. R. Sanders, of Indianola to her friend, Miss Susie Uludwln. -On: account of not haying/ enough the best hotels In New York city.
of Correspondents scattered along the was in town few was In town a couple of days or so this space we did not'pullllllh the cuulllycommls'lIloneI'B'
a days week. Illustrated folders of the flno East
Coast of Flprlda. week. -Mr. W. J. Nesbitt, of.Eau Gallic, was proceedings.
-Mr. A. A. Ford, of Fort Pierce, Fish In town a fewJiours yesterday, on busiest Coast hotels, etc., to bo given away, free,
Warden, was in town several days this -Mr. S. F.,Gibbs and little daughter, *. -The youngest son of )lr, nnd Mrs. at tho ADVOCATE: o lce. Send two-cent
THE ADVOCATE, week. of Melbourne, spent a few days in this fl. f,. Carrutliers'lia8 been quite sick, stamp to pay postage e
city this week. -Mr. Gen. Hall, of City Point, was but Is slowly recovering.Do .
$1.50 per annum, In advance. -Mr. S. P. Cheatham, of the Royal bOI'owlth; his, hprse and carriage, thU There are quito a largo number of
$1.00 six months, h Taylors} Chicago, was In town several -Mr. R. N. Andrews, of Cocoa, after i week, not fall to read tho ad. of Mr. guests at Merrill's Placldo hotel, Jacksonville -
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. days last week. spending a day or so in town, returned W. I). Young, of Atlanta, who wants to which speaks well for tho way
home Judge/ D. L. Gaulden, of this place,
Tuesday. rent lt-room;! ) hotel In Florida this house Is managed. Mr. Chas. A.
,-Miss Carrie China, of Mims, is Is having a new roof pub on his 1 law Merritt, tho 'manager, certainly knows
jy Reading notice ads. are ten cents working In Mr Julius Kline's store during -Mr. W. II. Sharpe, of Sharpes' was otiico;' ,-Mr. W. II. McFarland, of this place, how to make you comfoi'table.
per line on this page. his absence. attending[ the County Commissioners Is spending' a few days at Merrltt's
Mr. Geo. Kuhl who has boon
meeting hero this week. on an The Rldgewood Ashevllle N. C. un"ilor
Placlde hotel Jacksonville this week. / -
-Mr. Garvin Gllmaine, of Jacksonville -Mr. John Waller, of Ankona, was In extensive trip to Kentucky and Illinois, the management of Mrs. Carrie Carr
,,is reported to be very sick. town a few days this week, attending the been-Capt, A. W.; Buie, of this place, has eturned to his homo .at Shiloh, Wed- -Mr. K. B. Riiulorson, of Fort Pierce, Mitchell, Is full to overflowing. So popular

Mr. H. Walton, of Clifton, spent a county commiaslonete'rneeting. Eaat Coast spending this week.n .few days down the esday.Mr.. owner of the meat market at this place, Is this beautifully situated house,

couple of days in town this week. -Rev. A. D. Penney, of Cocoa, held and Mrs. Ben Hogg, of Fort has been In town several days'this week. that guests Lave to bo placed in, cot-

-Judge Minor S. Jones, of this place services in the Methodist church on '-One of the anti-germ water filters PIerce, are now sojourning In Asheville, Wade Harris, the son of Mr. and Mrs. tnges. Several Important Improvements ,
few days at Klondike this week., Sunday last.' He returned home Monday can be seen working at the ADVOCATE T..C.., where they, expect to spend soy W.'II. Harris, Is very sick with malaria will shortly bo made In this house
a Oaklandheights {
spent office. See ad. 6th which Is
on situated close to
page. ral weeks.Mr. fever, but we trust he will. soon be all

was-Mr.in town Tom a Robinson couple of, days of City, or so Point this, I I -Mr. S. D. Geiger, who has been -ilrs. Wesson, of Cocoa, owner of the .- F, W. peers, of' St. Augustine,: right. college.,: hotel and the Pronbytcrl.ia

spending couple of months or so on the Wesson cottage, west of the ADVOCATE : a former resident of Titusville, Is have -Mr. and Mrs. Courtland Duokman,
lower East Coast, arrived home, Sunday building, was In town this week. Ing built a very neat little residencen of Jacksonville, expect to leave shortly The thoughtfulness; of Manager J. G.
-People writing here for information last. -Mr. R. C. Scrlrngeour loft here Tues- i the above city. for the north, where they will spend Hast, of the Indian River Hotel, Tltuivllle -
Till please enclose a stamp to insure a day morning for New Smyina, where he several weeks. Florida, In having for the use of
reply. -Mr. Barnes Sanders, of' Indianola, has been -Mrs. J. D. Scfovon and family, of hls. (uests In the attractively furnished
came up to town in his horse and carriage spending several days. this place, who have been spending,: a -Mr. James E. Farmer, yard switchman lobby, a typewriting machine and a full
-Mrs. Constant and little son, of Oak on Monday, returning home Tues- -The work train has been here most weekjor so at ().teen, returned home at this place, has just returned sot of the "New Century Dictionary and
Hill( are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler, day.' of the week, bringing in and to fill in yesterday, from a visit to Somerset, Ky., and Ten. Cyclopedia," Is highly appreciated by
at this place. different places, near the car shed. nessee. them. This hotel Is
:1 have just received now being run as
"' a large supply -R}v. A IX Penney, of Cocoa, came
-Representative R. A. Hardee, of Se- > of filters, and am now able to fill orders, -}{r. Frank Wooten and son, of Cocoa up yesterday, to spend a few days, with '-Mr. Geo. W. Glbbs,. of St. Augustine / near up-to'date as conditions will permit
bastian, was in town a couple of days or without delay. Claude Walton, agent, were' attending the County Commissioners Mrs. Hendry. lie brought his now who had tho misfortune to step on and has never, since It was built,
so this week. Titusville, Fla. meeting here this week. Stearns bicycle up with him. a wire' nail} which went through his offered so many attractive features as It
doe now, all of which is duo to Manager
-Mr. Van N. Lockwood, of St. Augustine -Mr. L. II. Church, of Orlando, was -The Ice' cream'social, which was -The J Jacksonville Rifles, the ChipleLight foot, Is steadily recovering. Bast's good taste and energy. What the

has been spending a few days at In town a day or so this week, shaking held ,by the ladies of.the. Methodist Infantry, of Pensacola, and th tlOrlando Quartortuan, jr., of Chester house still lacks In' Its architectural appointments -
Miami this week. lands with his friends. He left for Miami church on Wednesday night,was a grand lacksonvllle Light(Infantry will attend Shoals, was In town yesterday. Ho ex- he proposes to make up for

-Mr. C. II. Rooks, after spending on Tuesday.Mrs. success.Mr.. the Detrey celebration la New York. poets to return home to-day. Ills moth by good treatment. Rooms are already
several at St. returnedto __' ........1- er.. Mrs Ouartermun.. was also over.. .. being engaged for the winter which
days Augustine, W. R. Knox, of this place, and J. R. Parrott; 'vice-president ....Mr. W;., t\ ;Alclrich; an old school -- ,
White City Tuesday.Mr. family, who have been spending several and general manager'of.the F., E. C. Ky., mate of Mr.FTaukE.; ; Bond, of the Bond -Mr. J. A. McGuire, one of Mr. II. eldencesbat his last season's patrona

:: Robt. Motlow, of this city, spent weeks-in Georgia, arrived home the returned home the first of the 'week dumber C<*., has been enjoying a visit to M. Flagler's contractors, has boon down gave him a good rocord.

ipouple: of days or:so at ,Miami thla latter,part of last week.cMr. ._ from a ten days' trip to New York on the Waynpsvllle Inn, Waynenvllje, N.;C. the East Coast this week' inspecting the One of the most pleasantly' located
work done
od the'dlfferent
week, returning home on Wednesday.We Richard Rocker,.'I of Mlms, who juslness. ,tr' ':':AttoroeyhC.'Cooperleraaerotrthewellknown : being 'comfortable little hotels In Jacksonville

,- are sorry to learn .that Mrs. E,' baa been in the employ of Lesley & Motlow'for .. .-Mr. II.: B. Shaw of Ormond, was s I' resident' Jacksonville -Dfeii; 'l\Illbr\ ) Sanchez, of ,St. Augustine In tho'New Oxford. This hotel,
the two three months ; has gone to the mountain of North U situated In St. ,James Park, facing
Sudlow, formerly of Jacksonville but past or passenger on' last Friday's southbound who has been enjoying the' mountain
now of Key West, Is sick with yellow returned to his home, Friday. rain: en route to Miami, where .lie has breezes In 'Waynesvillo (N. C.) district Carolina to ipend some time. She has the Opera,, house and St. James Hotel.
The view from
the1 Is
just at the East Florida Sem balcony superb
fever. been spending several days. lIe is Inspecting for some time past.
-Mrs. W. H. McFarland, of this city, inary. looking down on the shrubs, ornamental{
the !
-Mr. Kingan Hodson, of Eau Game, left over the Sanford branch, Monday, the East Coast.life-saving along -Mr. R. W, Rhodes, of the Eagle trees and flowers In St. James Park.
after few for a few days visit at Enterprise. She Clothing store at this left -Mr. Ernest VllnlandID bam, of this I The and with
spending a days with his place, yesterday rooms are large airy,
friend will return on Saturday.Mr. -Mr..Walter Hawkins has been for place, one of our expert bicycle riders,
Claude Walton, left for his home appointed morning New York City, modern conveniences, and the proprietor
on Saturday last. J. II. Sams, of Courtenay, and general agent of the traffic department where he expects to spend several weeks expects to leave here, Monday next, for ,,'Mrs. M. O. Flnley, Is one of the
Ills daughter, Miss C. R. Sams, arrived of the Ocean Steamship Com buying his winter stock. Jacksonville, where' be'will enter the most pleasant hostroHU to be found in
Messrs.. M. S. Same, of Courtenay, races which will take place on Wedne-
and Central of with ,
pany Georgia Ry. tho hotel business. This lady
here Tuesday; Miss Same will attend person
and R. F. Sanders of Indianola -We are to Mr. C.
were sorry report that day.
headquarters af224 West St. Jacksonville ally
Bay superintends the cnslne. which U
the teachers examination at this place
spending a day or so in town this week Fla. A. Bacon, of Ormond, Is very ill at his
-Mr. James Roach, Jacksonville tray : excellent,. and the' manager; Col. O. S.
CD business -Mr. Van N. Lockwood of St. home. He wan very low on Tuesday,
Aug cling freight agent of the Central of Benson; who Is a very affable gentleman -,
-Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Tucker, of Fort and hopes are entertained for his
has for the recov
-Mr. E. L. of this who opened winter season will be found at the office
place, with new and complete stock of Pierce, and Miss Stella Tucker, arrived ery. Mrs. Bacon is also quite sick. Georgia R'y and the Ocean Steamship ready
has been spending some time in New photo here Tuesday to spend a day or so. Mrs. Co., was a pleasant caller at the ADVOCATE and waiting to receive your autographand
York city, taking in the sights, returned supplies. The address is 61 King street. Tucker and daughter left here Wednesday -Mrs. Wm. Jarvis, of Cocoa, who I : office on Thursday Ho loft the consign you to your rooms. Try

home on Saturday last. -Lucius Starke, colored died on Friday morning for Tampa and other( has been spending a couple of months same day for down-river points this house; you will find It one of the
night at 015. On the previous Fri the or so In New York City and other places, most reasonable In tho, city
-Capt. John Houston, of Eau' Gallie, places on west coast on a pleasure -Mr, 600. F. Ensey, of Tropic who
a member of the Board of County. Commissioners day, Stark went into the country and atea trip Mr. Tucker returning home Wed returned home on Wednesday, looking,: has a position at Tampa, arrived here Merrltt's Hotel Rathbun, Jacksonville,

is in town this week, attend quantity of wild grapes, which brought( nuimc ay. We acknowlcge a pleasant call. peaks remarkably well for well the after climate her outing of the, north.whlcli yesterday, en route homo to visit his is undergoing extensive repairs. The

ing the meeting of,the board.Mr. on fever, from which he died. -Mr. John McAllister, of Eau Gallie, family and to see about his son, George, carpets from the lower floor have been

Frank .W. Walton, editor of -A dance was given In the Opera arrived here the latter part of last week -Mr.- John Howard, general freight who ho thinks has not arrived home taken up and a floor of marblo will be
the Cocoa and Rockledge News, was in house on Monday night, for the benefit in his launch. lIe was on his way to agent of the Clyde Line, Jacksonville, Is from Key West, where ho has boon visit laid. The walls are all being repapered)
town from Sunday until Monday last. of the school teachers, who are hero attending Jacksonville, and made the trip in this enjoying a visit to Asheville, Warm ing. and the rooms rccarpoted and refurn-
the examination. Springs and other places In the mountains (ished. Fourteen additional bathroomsare
We acknowlego a call Quite number small boat. Mr. McAllister left her
pleasant -Mr. J. E.
Ingraham, of the Land
in attendance.Mr. of North Carolina. He will probably being added also for tho accommodation -
were ? Friday morning and arrived In Jackson
-Mrs. W. S. Norwood, of this place, villo time this week. leave for Nevi.,York about, the end Department of the F. E. C. H'y Co., St. of guests. Time cafe and billiard
James T. of Melbourne some Augustine has loused to Mr. I). C.
who has been spending some' time at Hogg, of the month. Layton parlor aro being remodeled and refurnIshed -
Indianola with her daughter, Mrs. passed through hero Sunday last, on Sway Mr. Arthur S. Haigh, who has been 6,000 acres of pine lands Iu St. Johns and when completed will add
Mitchell, returned home on Friday last. to Jacksonville and other places. spending the summer with relatives at -Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Walton, Mrs. F. and Duval counties for turpentine farm. much to tho pleasure and attractiveness
Mr. Hogg is Internal Revenue Collector Colne Bridge/ House, near Huddersfleld, A. Morgan and Mr. Chas. II. Walton Ing. Mr. Layton Is well known as most of the hotel. In fact, the entire build
-Mr.dealer F. W. Beers, a prominent bicycle He returned home Tuesday.Will England, will leave for his home at Cat left Waynesvllle, N. C., on Monday, andarc successful all such operations. ing, both outside and Inside, will be
of St. Augustine left there now stopping at the Ridge wood
Cay, Bahamas, on the 20th Inst. MrHaigh one Mr. W. II. McFarland. thoroughly overhauled repainted and
Sunday for ,Lebanon, Ky., where he our correspondents please of Ailievillo's popular homes for tourists of the orange ,
will put his son, Fred Beers, in a college write the names of persons and towns was a former resident Daytona, which Is under the management of protection scheme) Is working very hard repaired, and when completed It will boone
and has many friends. In the Biscayne of'the handsomest and most attractive ,
as legible as possible? It is very hard Mrs. Carrie Carr Mitchell to In readiness to begin -
-Mr. T. T, Stockton, manager of the work for strange compositors to decipher Bay section, where he does a deal o f the manufacture of his tents, and he hostelries In the state. About ono
Times' -L'nioa and Citizen, Jacksonville, some of them. yachting.We -Mrs. Ball and her two bright daughters .. hopes to have It started In a very short hundred and fifty rooms will be elegantly

't the latter part of last week for want to draw the attention o t Miss Annie and Miss Florence, who time.. Mr. McFarland Is a good worker furnished for the accommodationof
llendergonville, N. C., where he wlli stay -Mr. H. M Klllian, of Sanford, who our numerous readers along the Eas have been enjoying a three or four and we fool sure that ho will make u guests.

with his family. has been manager of the Western Union Coast, and throughout the state In gen- weeks' visit at the Rldgewood, Asheville grand success out of this new Invention. The following people registered at the
-The Telegraph Co., at that place for many N. C., will probably pass through lIe Is ready and willing at time to
Misses Maude Hardee, of Rock- erai, to the advts. of the live and ever any Indian River hotel, Titusville, this
ge; Lucy Hudson years, passed through Titusville Mon getlc business men who bidding for Titusville Sunday en route to their show orango growers how to cover the
of Sebastian; C. ; are week: A, J. Lewis, Fort Pierce; L. R.
day route to Miami where he wll home
It en West.
Key They
hams stop trees. Everybody who Is able should
of share of the
a In column
Courtenay, and Alice and yourpatronago! Booze, Fulton, N. Y.; Louis Cherry,
have of the cable office.
charge relatives In Miami for
several days. not fall to this
Beatrice Sanders, of Indianola, are attending of the ADVOCATE. If you are in need coo grand scheme work, Cocoa; J. II. Sams, Courtenay; E. O.
the teachers' examination at -Mr. IoulsCherry, who has been a of any particular line of goods, the pink: -When visiting WaynesvilleJ N., C., which can be shown! you by Mr. MoFar> Morgan, Courtenay; S. F. Gibbs, Melbourne .
this place this week, which commenced very prominent jeweler, at Cocoa, for the paper will tell :you the. best place to buy, do not forgot,, the fact that the livery, land at his office In the old J,, T. & K. ; R. N Andrews, Cocoa; Miss <

On Tuesday. past several years, has moved his business them. Head the ads. and sale stables of I'. L. Turbyfill are W. building. Maudo Hardee, Rockledge; J. Houston,
I to Braidentown. lie left over the the best In town. The drives around Eau Gallic; Lucy Hudson, Sebastian;

Pet Stock For Sale. branch to Sanford, :Monday. We are Notice to JustlccH of the Peace Waynesville are among the finest In Grand View Hotel, J.O'Urlen., Now Smyrna:! ; J. L. Baker,
sorry to loose, Mr. Cherry from amongus North Carolina, and the, rates chargedby Jacksonville: L. H. Church, Orlando;

Fancy pigeons,-song and fancy.. cage and hope he will find his new location The new session law of 1809! can be the above up-to-date liveryman are Saluda'; N C.; altitude, 2,400 feet; no M. S. Same, T. II. Sanders, Courtenay;

binla: rabbits, Belgian hares guinea profitable obtained of County Clerk ANA Stewart, very reasonable. See ad. on Stir page.Empty malaria; no mosquitoes Special rates W, J. Tucker, wife and daughter, Fort

pigs> white, black and yellow rats, ; fly 215 FULL TROUSER PATTERNS, all i ntusville, Fla.;:by sending fifteen cent I -_ for September and October, Pierce; E. B. Carlton, Arcadia; W, A,

al and! fox squirrels, all different designs of patterns and fables to pay postage Sugar and Rico Uarrcls Battle, Now Haven, Conn.; W. Z. Frantz,
rod stock pure b' I.Price list free. now on exhibition at the Eagle 4 A New Stores Ankona; E. E. Swlnson, Sharpes; F.

Address, MRS. E. ABMSTKO.NO: Clothing Store, from which you can TltiisvlIIe Laundry. For sale Address, Wiseman, St. Augustine; C. W. Crabb,
Jacksonville, Fla. make your selections for a tailored -.' WALTER MOOHE, located Cocoa; O. B. Floyds, Orlando; James
suit, odd trousers, or a single vest. )(ra. Geo. Cook, of Titusville, is now 8 George St., Charleston, 8, Cy Mr. H. Spell a new store Roach, Atlanta; W. T, Parsons, Jack
selected do In the building south of the J.'T, &; sonville.
These goods were for their prepared to laundry work of ever
Sate: Money by Sending for Your special trade, being medium In weights description. All work guaranteed.: Wanted Sewing. K. W Ry., where he Is prepared to sell Crates
Groceries to the and goods desirable for resisting the Leave your washing at G. F. Duren' stationery, utensils, soda water, elder
Magnolia hot sun. Every garment fully assuredto corner store, opposite ADVOCATE office. 'Gentlemen's Clothing neatly ropairodMime. and other drinks ,Ho will repair your -
Co., Jackson- fit and made up to the measure 1 R. 0. ScJiiMOEOun:! shoes In the latest style. Give him a I have the best Octagon Bean Crate

vllle Florida.. taken. Titusville, Fla. call. ever told on Indian River. Head cut -,
Joe Dawson Hoes
and exact. slate.
even Cypress
ll.lln. --- -----
- Ibe: _gtanulated---... SDI.lka .00 Wanted manufactured, Do You Want to Spend The G. F. PADDISOX,
1 ; "hi teC" .. . . 1.00 -- Are and sold by Burge teal Kutate Sale. Winter in Florida ? Eau Gallie, Fla
green & Banmgard, wholesale hardware dealers ,J -
coffee 1 -
.00 Experienced In stock raising
t4b. '' '"''' party ,
105 Chambers The lint lUrgaln on the Eaat Count. Fr.'. -
street New York.
Arbuckie'rcoffeV. ,
Q S. . . LOO wants a partner with capital to start a Wanted. .
bacon' per pound .6} cattle ranch 'In South Florida; beat locacatlon 22-30 from Fiat If so, J. A. Gilbert, o(4:14: East 2nd
reak'ht bacon i w -- S About sixty: acre of land on the eastside | St. 0. -
.11 an d .10 in the state. Address, Dayton, can supply you with
Piclilc ; a'. ..61honldr "''''. W, care ADVOCATE, Lime and Cement. of Indian River, near Jensen, 15 furnished cottages, situated at Eau Gal A ;30 room House, fully furnished, for" i
h m. . J" . '61. ,..: TUusrllle Fla. acres cleared, will yield annually $1,600. lie, Fla. The most beautiful location on the season of 181H Daytona preferred,
41t1ham' . . 1 US ': Belt Comfortable tenent house, lovely loc a the whole Indian River and directly op- Am of long experience In hotel Businessat
ne... .. . . . 1.40OOd : American Portland Cement; tion. Must be sold at a sacrifice on account pains the tnauth, of the Banana River, Tallulau Falls, Ga. Want to run the
The San Mateo
Write for Prices ,.. Cigar, warranted. strongest and best, $3.00 pe' of the death of the owner. Being the most famous fishing ground on the Arlington In connection with a good ,
on other groceries ,'t'\ barrel. Best Florida rock lime $1.00 water It U free from frost. If East a
I dellyered to depot : per protected Coast of Florida. For further particulars house in Florida. Beat of references can
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M4GOLI Jacksonville ; > All" Pure Florida Tobacco barrel. .. you want great bargain apply at once to apply either to J, A. Gilbert, bo given Address. .
v GBOCEBY Jacksonville Co., East Coast Grown, G, F.PADDISOJf. D. I.. UAUI.DEJT, County Judge Dayton U., or to J, E. M. Hodgtbn. of {Y, D. YOUNG
Fla. No better made; try them. Kan Gallie, Fla. Titusville Fla. Eau Gallie .'I&. Proprietor Arlington Hotel, Atlanta, Ga. f

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why Some fill DM, some best m*: f .
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I -i "' la no respecter; I creep. and 111", and ihy coloris green. For Fall'and Winter Sowing.
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I 9 regular 'J periodical ,' a61' Why my end or beginning there no man bath Finest stocks of Cabbage,' Cauliflower, Celery and Lettuce, Black, Golden and
< sugaring
iR l t ta many worn seen. Valentine Wax Beans; Georgia and Florida Bye; Texas and Florida

'. J & r a \ en is calculated leo' IHB.-C'ronnrrord. No. 227.-An"Arlnry. Rust Proof Oats. '
. Bcqe as ag My lint U In Jewel but not In fold!
:; gregating\ p My second I II In bugle but not in horn$ _L Write for price list. '
I ten My third Is In young, hut not In old;
.J.:. R YR f DL 1 of years the I My fourth t Is in evening but not la morn. A'-Af6 GOENf *5ie 1 L. CAMERON Seedsman,
whole li
: thirty My I pleasant time of year, wo C* *

..'",, I between A time of dowers and sunny cheer. ) M 5we .cFr W pe -- 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE: FLA
i 7 R oI I NDS
, fifteen
t No. 1HO--Chlnnmen'a Heads Pnasle. ACTO aRT TIP s.1 ate
': and =
i p f l fortyfive. RKH wAO AA GEORGE MARX. JOHN )[ARX.1V.I .

'\ Q p lie

: ft ,\,I! pain tax Such and of a [I] ow 43 'it eur** GtfAC UtfL LOW L/A 1 :X: BROS.,

I ', time is utter. Wholesale Dealers In

! ..... .-+ .r..r ly unnecessary ,A cage' of 24 different birds. The word GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE.
fjil: in each square Is the name of a bird in ,
it \U In all cases! mixed spelling. Can you guess the .
the ,, sufferings namesNew York Herald.No. .
of women 131 and 133 East Hay Street and 6 and Newnan Street,

due to irregularity and like causes! 22.S.-Acrostic.
FLORIDA-GAME. may be alleviated, and in most cases 1. A Saxon leader. J'acksonvl.1.1o: : F1.ori.da..

tI use they of may Dr. Pi"rce'lJlavonte be completely cured Prescription.by the 3.2. A One German of the early emperor.' fathers. -' ONE. 'OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY

What the State Han Done To Protect This wonderful medicine is not a cure-
4. An
r- and Preserve It. all, but a specific remedy for diseases : c [I] 6. A Norwegian early adventurer. -

affecting the delicate womanly organs. U.. An eminent painter. We are headquarters for all Jclnds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Pa'
According$ to the London Field 1 the It cures, completely, irregularity, ulceration Initials an English reformer.. guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want

number of tourist sportsmen visiting ; inflammation and female weakness your Oranges'and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.

,' Florida, which has been growing loss and gives the enfeebled organs health No. 229.-Rudd temeree..
and MARX BROTHERS Jacksonville
vigor. Fla.
and loss in recent years, will this Reason Mrs. W, J. Kidder of mil Dale Farm, (Eno Uy lint,I. In mouse, but not'ln rat; W- We only Sell to Dealers. '
be reduced to cypher.. The wanton destruction burg Center), Eno hurl(, Vt., write t "I cheer. iLJ1H[ ] My second: In owl but not In bat;
fully send you the following testimonial of the sty thIrd in coo out not in cage; ,
of game of all kinds Is answer gnat relief your kindly advice and medicines My fourth I Is In bear and also In rage;
able for this brought me. During the pant year I found I My,nfth In rabbit but not In bunny; ,
waft with !child.and In rapidly failing health I "/ My sixth( In ,earnest but not ln.funny; '
In a few short years this, fair peninsula suffered dreadfully from bloating ana urinary Arrange these Chinamen's heads In My whole a composer whose name you know.
difficulty. I win growingpreceptlbly weaker B Stetson
has been well nigh devasted by head each day and Buffered much sharp pain at time three rows of five heads' each so that the University
hunters I felt that something must be done., I (ought name of the Ggure formed gives that of No. 23O.-Numerical Enigma. ,
}plume hunters and reckless your advice and received a prompt reply I fol a Certain! musical instrument.No. ,I am composed of 12 letters. .
3 lowed your direction and took twelve bottle of
slaughterers of degree. The .
1 every fair Dr. Pierce' Favorite Prescription and also followed My 4,12,1 is used In opening doors.
land which was once sportmens'. paradise your Infttmction I began to improve 1ST.-Doable Acrostic. My 7, 2, 3 is" 'a nickname. De ,and, Florida.

has been turned Into a wilderness Immediately I could do all, my my own health work became(we live excellent on a good and, My prlmals name a well known writer; My 10, 8, 3, C denotes completion.My .

, 1 solar as birds and animal life Is sized farm). I walked and rode all I could, and my finals ,ono of his books. 11, 5, 0 is the name of a pope. For Both Sexes. Next Scholastic Year Begins
concerned enjoyed It. I hnd short, confinement whole
a easy Crosswords: 1. A European rodent. 2. My Is a popular piece of music.'
( ; and, at length, H long time after have a healthy baby boy." A classic deity. 3. To
ransom. 4. One
Dr. Pierce's October 3rd. Send for Catalogue
,'r I it is too. late, the Legislature has Pellets cure of the United States. 5. A city in that No. 231.-Ueheadments. ,

made some attempt to regulate the killIng state. F. A famous city of Europe. 7. 1. Behead a calc re9us secretion by
. and disposal of DANGER IN MOSQUITOES. An Inclosure for birds. 8. A frozen pen zoophytes and leave spoken. : College Academic, Normal, Art andlMuslc Departments. Large,, commodious

"It has for some game time past been noticeable '- dant. 0. Closer.No. order.2. A person full of whims and leave Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian water, etc., Insuring .

continues the London Field, The mosquito, besides being an insect 1SS.-Charade. 3. A sharp noise and leave to lap up. perfect healthfulness '; buildings heated by steam throughout ; faculty of 22

that If the passing of stringent measures that dlstnrbes slumber, prevents "Come, Johnnie and PBIMAD for me." 4. Not warm and leave not young. trained and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue containing full information
would do anything; toward rest and causes profanity, is a breeder "Oh. mother, I'm tired," laid he. 5. To classify and leave a young girl. ,
American preserving of disease. Ills specialty is malarial "nut you must" said his mother G. A plume of feathers and leave re Address. J. F. FORBES, President.
t game and wild fowl, A good I "Either you or your brother pose. *
i r deal, that had long been required Had fever, and !leading physicians and experts Take hold of the TOTAL," said she."nut' .

.. have '''sent forth their Her Ilenson. .
i uuuu iiunu in UJIH direction, lonaa<' Inns warning ,, I'm terribly tired,". said he, IJ TJ:: :31v/ : cSsCO.
:a.A.: S LB
boon behind In this against his bite pr sting. A series of "And mar-ing and I don't agree." "Every morning on the way to school" 9, ,
' respect, for its new examinations and tests madeat "FIRST awhile," wild his mother,, said the little miss, "the boys catch me DEALERS IN ,-
! are being
, law provides that doer may not.bo sold "First you,.then your brother; and kiss me."
' at any time, and ,the exportation of game the Johns Hopkins Hospital laboratory LAST the HHOLH up and down" said.he. "Why don't you run from them?" FJ.n.e: Wines' : and Ll.q: ..ors,

f, from the State In now on the mosquito, his work and Its asked her father.
entirely 'prohibited. effects, and these scientific investiga No. ISO.-Historical Arltktnoarraplt.A "Because," replied the small edition of 417, & 410 ,V. Bay St.,
f 'Sportsmen are fordlddon to carry great patriot who lived In the last Eve, "maybe they 'wouldn't chase me." "
tions have '
wild strengthened the position /" *. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
turkeys, quail partridges from century and was the native of a country

{ one county to another; but hunting }partics heretofore taken by the physicians who formerly under British rule, but the people Maud Mailer's) Daughters

i r are permitted to take their own have made tho.mosqulto., a study in con&tradictinctiun chiefly by his' efforts, at last succeeded Maud Muller on a 'summer day Bombarding Deweyr:4
to those, who may simply In gaining' their, independence and Helped in the meadow raking hay .
gamo home with them. know elected him as their first ruler in 17S9! But all Maude daughters on and oft +; I With good things Uncle Sam Is
"The bug In every cnso is now limited, him \as a pestiferous insect against He ruled for seven years with great wis- Don't do a thing but just play golf.Chicago. : .,:' preparing to do when he reaches

the) shooter being restricted} to four wild whom any warfare was legitimate. dcyn, justice anti moderation, and after News. i "j 'a this side, of the pond. There will
It Is now believed and loading his resignation In 1700 he accepted the i claret
turkeys in one day-a fairly good bag physicians Key to the Pnciler. bo no "extra dry" sauterne, ,
In Baltimore, Hay the Sun, command of the army, which he held till .: } l Burgundy, or any other that flows
0110 would and l among No. 210. A Queer Problem 'Tho
suppose, one perhaps that his death in 17UO. : expression ,.
in his honor that will be ,
is not often oxcuf'llud-nn'd. twenty-live whom ,may bo, mentioned Jr. William il. 12. 8, 11, 4, 16-A small 'county in I "cut, it: too little" means that he s higher grade, or of more exquisite purer
Royal Stokes, city bacteriologist. and the north did not cut it enough.
quail. hunting Scptlnud.: will find in
however boquet than/what
party, you
may No. :217.! A .Hebus: Hill Manila: '
1 Dr. John S. Fulton 2. 4, 8, 5. Violent; run a. Guru
not kill thlln'II" secretary of the anger. i' ,j? our superior stock at all times
more turkeys and fifty 3. 1, 8, 11, 10-To obtain by industry No. :218.-Twenty Trees: 1. Plum. 2. I ere .
State Hoard of Health who have looked Our stock of fine wines,
( ,
Peach. 3.
y quail, nml'up to 1J105) ; ono persom may to win. Lime. 4. Elder. 5. Pine. C. .W'r /
'y, not kill more than five deer, Into the work of the mosquito assort 4. !), 10, 11, 12, G-To send out light; Bay. 7. Ash. 8. Fir. 0. Cork. 10. Yew. ; and .beers are unexcelled.

"With respect to. tho English: wildblrd8' that. tho inoRqulto- collects in, his body to he distinguished among others. 11.Palm.Plane.15. Pear.12. Bass.10. Box 13. 17.Spruce. 14.I, I wmum's Pure Rye Whiskey, 7 years'old, delivered; to any part of the State
5. 7, C, 014 .\. Gum. 18.
the cal'dinal
original germ of malarial, fever.. point express prepaid, for $3.20.
protection ,net, thoi fact must bo C. 11. 3, 12, 8-The bnrial place of Ih'(>ch. W.! Locust. 20. Sandal.
patent to all Englishmen that it is one How he gets it there is another ques many kings. .No. :210.-Trans-position: Star, rats,

thing to pass laws and quite. 'another to tion. It may bo from the ,blood of 7.' 4, il. 13 10. 14--Not wrong, but not tars. arts.
malarial patients from the always Its No. :': Metagram: Balm calm. 1880.
or reverse. ESTABLISHED
enforce them. swamps
The Florida Legislature ....
alive which breed malarial germs. Tho mosquito 8. 0, 4, 15 7, 11, 12,. 13-Increasing in No. 221. From DilT'I'l'lIt'Countrl's;
to this, have nudopiovUlon for tho size. EngLAnl.lend: ScoTLAnd, lust; nail

ciifoicement of their latest protective infests the swamps. Then he 9. 1, 4, 2, C. 12-The color most seen fane, snap, plug nest renal, glue. :Bond Lumber:! CON
t measure. A section of the new act comes forth to ply his stinging'tmdo In nature. No. :!:!:!.-A Pyramid of Squares: ,

) that before provides on mankind. After singing in his 10. 13, 15, 7, 12-A garment always Square 1. Eros, Hoot Ooze, SteW
hunting any ,wild doer, victim's until worn by women but sometimes by men. Square :2. Iris. Riot, lotn.;Stay. Square Manufacturers and Dealers in
wf'-' turkey or quail In nay county, a nonresident ears the most mild mannered 11. 14. 10 S, 12. 2-A title formerly in 3.' "'111'11. .\Icl'. Hole, Deem. '\;.

h' must' take out permit, which will person Is exasperated he }poarches use among the Sux ns. No. :223.-rhangcd!: Initials: 1. Pink CUMBER LATH SHINGLE; FLOORING SIDING CEILING

cost him $10, the money thus collected upon the bridge of tho nose, the nape 12.' 4. 10, 15, 10 2-A large river in mink. ,:2.!: ICink. link 3. Rink, wink. 4. ,

of that; neck or the smooth surface of France and a department of the same Clink, blink. ,5. Drink, prink G. Chink
going to pay tho salary! and expenses of brow and sucksout ) name. think. 7. ?tat, cat. S. Hat. mat. 9.. Nat. e1;;;. Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
In his
the game warden of the gets work. As ho l'at. and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.Saw .
county.-Times- 13. 3, 12, 2, 13, 8-A river, town and'
Union and CItizen: the, blood!. ho tnlccta. the unison. i->-f lake in Russia. ; Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Millson J., T. & 'K. W. R'y. Yards at

malaria: Ho has two glands, corresponding 14. 14, 10, 4, G, 2-Half of the 'nine DeLand and Titusvillo.H.'A. .
t In many respects to the salivary teenth part of one hundred and fourteen. How to :Mnke Apple Jelly. ,
THE GUAVA. Wipe and! slice! the apples and cook ,
glands of a human
being, running
them until soft lu
No. int.-IInga'1Ve, '(110"". wntor sufficient to
The newcomer would llko somo Information alongside his bill, his hypodermic 8). [Example: Tim m ltltf'l king-Barking.] cover tlifiu. Strain through n. cloth HODGES.

;' about the lingo, and from these ho spits forth tho 1. The reflecting king? and to every! pint of Juice allow the ... .-
guava-whether It Is
poison Experiments have shown, and 2. Thtkli>/K. of the short, quick pull. Juice of half a 1 lemon and<
easily cultivated and to what extent d It will, from tho icsults of tho experiments 3. Tintimiil, king; sugar./: Boll) the liquid<< 3:.> minutes overa .Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
.;, cquhl. be made ft crop for lUon'yWo 4. The tobacco king.
now being mado at tho Johns Hopkins quick tire before) 'Hillinthl'/: sugar; ,
;',' trust some of our readers, who have full 5.'The king that to eats does. appeal. and when added allow It to ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Trates.
more clearly come to n
demonstrate in futurethe (i. The
t lazy, king.
knowledge of the and Its boll their pineapples building In
guava possibilities and then.Notice ramnv Anyone contemplating shedding or oranges or
j t,'. will 'glveIS an exhaustive articlejelativo romaikablo capacity of tho mosquito .7.. '.The,..'. .king/. of .agiitand. fits. any part "' Flol'lda, would fin well to w.-itA for nrip>K. The sawmills Bl'C located
B. [ Ile -
', r ., ;, I, to it. What wo know of to breed malarial fOVCI', Whether the ). The JPHtlllg trembling MUg.I king. nt Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J., T, K. \Y, liy. Lumber neuvervu i" ".ipart
if): tho mosquito confines hid of the East Coast. Address; Buffalo Bluff Fla
attention to the 10. The of Sale of Stock. : II. A. h HODGES,
'h' guava, Is merely that gleaned from / of the money men. {.
books She spread malaria: Is a question which 11. The.searebipg king. .- -- -
and various short ----------- ---
i '. contributions has not been decided. The 12. Tin spying, king. and by virtue of
in tho agricultural/, papers. It la usually yellow fever In this presenceof 13. The king.of the chess player.. UNDER made by W. H a H.power Hoason of attorney, I will SAW AND 1'LANINQ MILLS, ., JACKSONVILLE VA1SH
at this
characterized as that delicious little country offer tornulu to the highest and bunt bidder 'I'utatka.lna. E. Bay bt., Foot of Catherine!
tlmo has recalled the reported prediction for cash upon' the
fruit, highly susceptible tocoW.The What IUd Ut"yt"y Dot
amount of fruit it produces, is of the mosquito to spread trouble, Tell. me, what did Dvvtey dot FIRST MONDAY IX: OCTOBER, I WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
and l has raised tho question whether or lit'I/ Ilie( iIUl! during the legal hours of salts In front of tha ,
), wonderful Oftho, common guava there not the He snatched at opportunity! Court House door at Titngville. "Florida three
are two forms; the year-shaped which mosquito can carry the germ of lie sullud 1 right in. as all agreel) mare of the Capital Stork! of the Kant Count Manufacturers of -
yellow 'fever. Dr. Fultou la of the lit blew red tape! far out to seal Realty Company ot the par value of I'IOOO
6 usually is oval, and resembles n'lemon lie did from, each and will execute to the purchaser an
: the! Job A to Zl)
in form and 1 color, and tho apple-shaped opinion, although not;; asserting It asa And put the Spaniard, o'er his kneel' alignment And. at the of saina certlllcntu time! and No.place M for by said, authority Block. # Cypress Lumber SMnglevs and Lath. *{
fact that
yellow fever ''like
or round( which Is solid typhoid, Is And used s shlnirle lustily I of a power of attorney from ieii. (. (ilcitsoii.l ,, ,
more and is finer most readily spiead by intestinal lie ML1 lie did will offer for sale to the highest and must. bidder
flavored. Some the pollution Rural New Yorker for each fifteen shares or the Stock
aro size and of
and germs that collect I In cloth. the same C\IIII'lInyof the par CIII'IIRI ot $100.00 A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling" siding, mouldings, shingles,
r nhapo ,a bartlett pear, but most of each and will execute an aeslcnuicnt' of cer. thus
ing. lath and pickets always on hand assuring CypreMmouldings
Key to the Tasaler. prompt, shipments.
them arc smaller There tlnciite No. \\U! for. said stock to (the jmrclinser.
A are two.JIIU'lly In tho Medical Record of May 27th No. 177.-Diamond: 1. S. 9. Apo. 8' < ., 11 A. CVMTI4. of all patterns specialty.. .v
kinds; tho UOD1IIM & OBAiiAsr
in July and the strawberry Chinese,> that which ripens ripens .1>1'.. Charles J. Fjnlay, writing from (Abide.elects). 4.7. Sploulo.K. 6 Educe. 0. Ele Attorneys 1 sept 23Kxecutor's When at home, ., write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us.

Havana, has an exhaustive ::=
In October Let us hoar from our read tho mosquito as malartu, and on ,No, 178.-Reversed Syllables: 1. Car .
yellow bon, nobler, relate. 8, Wombat, tablet,
ers. the fever opinion breeder that Dr, the'llIlay< is clearly of teller. 8. Gordon, noddle, .eldest. 4. Notice OR $3.20. "
mosquito} does Thesis -
sister retire 6. Uncles, seldom .
h 1(ow' This transmit yellow fever, although. the modern. 8. Bottom, motley yellow. 1, NOTICE] 1 Is hereby given to all whom It may 1 .I.
p'' germ Is quickly tatal' to the mosquito. lllroio, cicada Adamlo. 8. Estfay, thAt six mouths from this date Sent to us by Express, postofflce order or New York Exchange, s<.' Will
AVe offer one hundred dollars reward The malarial fever /germ is not fatal to worlds. 0. Hondel?, ledger yarrosy the undersigned. will ]present to Hon. 1>. L. send jr<5u by Express, CHARGES] PREPAID "
for OauMen..jL'ounty Judge of Ifrevard ,
of the
any caso catarrh that Insect. Dr. } county
cannot beuurcd Kinlny seems also to No. 179.-Chnrmlo; Horso-nian-ehlp. Florida. his final report account and voucher,
Jby Hall's Catarrh Cure. think that yellow lever is with his FOUR: FULL QUARTS
hereditary No. 180,-Connected Word Squares 1. together petition fur discharge as executor .
I F J, CHKNEV:!: :!: Co., Props;,' among yellow fever mosquitoes-that Man. Asa. Nap S, Pin. 11'1N"g A, of the, deceased lust "'11I&1111 testament of Emily;: ,
Toledo, O. Is, it can bo transmitted from ono 4. Can. Reynolds Of the Celebrated
gen- Amy. Nye 5. Woe. Own Seven-Tear-Old
We, the undersigned 1, have known F. oration f> another Dattd'at Fort Pierce Florida, this fthi day of f .
J. End. 8. Pan Aye. Now, June, A. 1). l Mf .
1 Choney for for the last ]IK years, and "- -- ---- No. 181.-A Tree Garden i Apple, elm, H. 8, KEYNOLUS, Calhoun
business him perfectly honorable in all A Word to Mothers. fir, hickory, maple, oak, pine, poor, ash Executor Estate ,.f EmilyA. Pure Rve WhiskeY

p able to transactions out and financially Mothers of children affected} with birch, hooch, cedar, cherry, cork ebony, Reynolds, deceased. J rIWe
carry any obligations made croup or severe cold need fig, hemlock, '
not hesitate mahogany, orange, lemon C. T. MoCmrty,
I by WEWT;:theirfir'm.TituAx Wholesale to ad minister Chamberlain's Cough Remedy poach, 'poplar, rosewood, dogwood, palm, Attorney for,Executor. junlMmo ment.) ship when'n you PLAIN get it PACKAGES and, tort It.,,If??u marks,, not to satisfactory Indicate contents, return(which,, at OUR will avoid! sl"I cod*.

Druggists, It contains no opiate nor narcotic smoke, sycamore, magnolia, bay, banyan '. Your p\:! w1ll be cheerfully refuna a. This \Vhlskey Is as good as an / oodS In &t"rk'. "
Toledo O. In fOI'IIIaUlI No. 189.: are close at band and can11lh'CI distant W lyre
any may be given as -Geographical: Primal Acrostlot you DELIVERY than houaell
con. :
,',,. WAMUNG, KlNNAN &; : the\ been dohlA' bllllnt'.lln this CItY aocl at Lbe same stand for to nut T
MAlIYISJ.Whole- .fidently to babe as to an adult. The Santiago Crosswords: 1, Sardinia : Marriage Paper.pubEtTet! l'UXI\UHUTY AND REl'UTATiO over I6 YEARS Butt u Ir II
, Hall's sale Druggists/ Toledo, O. great success that has attended its use f 8.! Al>l.'l'dooll. 8 Neufchatol. 4 Tokl Thousands of aclnrU..,.. to sloi. : the editor of 'hllll'lper. for. honest dealing, we refer you to any merchant ben
t Catarrh Cure is taken Internally |In the treatment of colds and croup has 6; InrernoM. 6. Agra. 7 Ganges 8.Orlnooo. from Wealthy patrons. Imroduo
acting directly upon the blood and won for It the approval and thin Formal nut reraooal. IMwort 'M SOLOMOX. Jfe LEVI,
praise it ..
mucous surfaces of the system. Trice has received throughout the United No. 183.-A Riddle: The letter Q. .is. ":;; .< free to*ladles.ME ICAN.sample copy Xo.SOCIAL 1023 & 1930 First Avenue,
73c.: per bottle. Sold by all druggists States and In mviy foreign lands. For No. 184.-Flowers: I, Flower .. r. O. Box No. 33. yn) :.. =BIRMINGHAM, ALA.

testimonials free.hail's sale by all druggists and medicine) deal. Canterbury Itoll. 8. Carnation. 4. Mourn- Great. Big MaiL 88AMPLEeopteaotla _
Family Pills are the best. era ing Bride 6 Morning Glory NOTICE' : We pay Express CarRul.a111101'? ) reached fcy sounrERN EXPRESS co I
-='" -, and Mavulnei. ,sent, ,Upon noelP t of Itto for. 'M' PANY;..buttopoinuoo, mines .other _Express Companies we prepay only to poinw + 1w'i

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Professional! Cards. Botanic Blood Balm. THE BREAD, BOX., MOTHS IN CARPETS. ., CII. uncli F.8.. '
=- Congressman I --- ----

*. BOBBCT If ALTM 8. OkUHAM.iOBBINS How. lo. Keep It In Order-Cur* ..' now to Kill the r* t-Cure at Floor E/ISCOPAL ChURCh,
GIOSOI '&SORAIIAV.xrrOflNEYSATLAW. ((11. n. n.) take ftnrt HreVd. filtering.. Btrvlor 2nd and 4th Sundays In each

THE GREATBLOOD The bread box and' all other jars for gbtkin'sStatement It you tear thai they Are At work At month, attic I tn. *ndTi30p. m. Sundaynchool
every Biindrtjr at /um a. m. Evening. prayer at
cookery should b& kept frost and sweet the edjw of the carpet It will sometimes .i p. n.. on Wedneida Litany lorries. every

during' vrann' "..."tlu.'r, 'as mold. And suffice to lay A wet towel antI rrlday at 10 a.m.
: HOURS:From 10 to 12 a. m., Clenn them Archdeacon 11. F. BBOWS, Rector
Orrics 4 mustiness tstbl'r 'quickly. press a flatiron over It, but the beet
and 2 to '
p. m. CURE of ten f always when new baking I Is Tto way Is to tnko the carpet np and clean! VHRSHYTEUIAX CHUUCir.

TmisviLLis, Brerard Co., Florida. be put In. It Is'but little trouble WITS thoUoor.
It and ,give: careful attention to
Dos, 108.Will WUBtWOTqY, D.C., April I, 1808. Services every tahnath at It a. m.and 7 JO p.m.
r o. practice In aU the conrt -*UU and fed Christian Work. Dr. S. ff.J/arttmtti, Columbus, 0. I..ook In the cracks and It you Sunday school at H> a. ni, Oro. W. Hcoble
FREE. Remote the contents, shake out the Mr discovrr signs of moths wash the floor Snnt. Prayer meeting on WVdneRdnv evening
DKAB Docron: -It gives me at 7:30. TIm
: public are cordially Invited to "
"gneflal: faellltlei for examining and perfecting crumbs throw In teaspoonful of ,
a -
pleasure to certify to the 'excellent with benzine nml Rentier red pepper on tend mir aervices.lte.JOII'A
land titleR.yLUOTJG1ITON'S A Cure for Blood and Skin Dis- pcarllne, pour In some boiling water the carpet lining JlffJllKfl, rutor.r .
curative qualities\ of your medicines; It before putting ._, __. __ __
eases, Eczema, Ulcers, Pim- and shut down the 1M or cover to Insure down.

ples, Scrofula Blood Poison a thorough steaming. After remaining Ilt'nvy carpets sometimes do not rl"11ulno 1U1TIST CHl'RCH.

Cancer, Kidney Trouble a few minutes wash It out. taking up every year unless Inconstant Preaching every ground and fourth Sundays
rinse In clear water, wipe dry and turn morning and evening. Prayer Meetings eTI'rJ'Wt'IIII.hl1
FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTSon Bolls, Malaria, iwo. Ijooseu the edges, fold evening at TtH) ) o'clork, Sunday
on Its side to air In an open windowor the carpets bark wash tIme floor In School every Sunday at 0:4.'ia.: m. AIM preset

the (Dentos) Rheumatism.- some spot out of doors that Is per- strong suds with a tablespoonful' of nvltcd nirflr t to Sunday attend at tadranKe. All are cordially

Now at Talm Beach. A TRIAL TflE.tTMEiTENT PRIVATELY fectly clean and secure from cats dogs %>orax dissolved In them. Dash with R. X. HELL. Pastor.MKTIIODMT .

BY MAIL FIlER TO ALL WHO 8UFFEH. or chicken: Inexperienced housekeepers (bt .nsoct. powder or lay with tobacco

sometimes put away the bread or the edge and retack thocarpet
-L. aves along : \ CHURCH,
GAULDEN, m1l.nyJIfnJlr woman ufferlnjr from any cake while still warm. This N trent
D or Skin Trouble will write us we will ncn.l or use turiH>ntlno, the enemy Regular rrvlce every flrct, third and fourth
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW them free of rhirec and prepaid to declination mistake. It should be perfectly cool of buffalo moths, carpet worms and 811I1da11 at I II II. m. nud 7 :in p, in. Rnnday
a trial bottle of liotanlo UI the famous other Insects that Injure And destroycarpets. !
Southern. Itloml 1 Remedy. It IIM League cacti Sumlny nt .1..10: p. m, I'ro't'r mwtTluirmlitv .
Will practice In all the Courts of the State |permanently cured thousands of cases. tome of should not go to the other extreme and ; Mix tho turpentine with pure lug every nltflitnt 7:00 o'clock, TimeI.atIes'
ot Florida. and the United States Court Vt years' lUndlnir and I after doctor, hospitals I leave bread and cake uncovered until Aid Hoploty inren etory Wednesday
of three tablespoonfuls
and water In the proportion
patent medicines hud failed. Remedy has 3:00 welcome
p. m. Kverjliody at our church
Dos.235. they dry.
1.0 FLA.Money are
been tliproutfily tested for va"t 30 years and in to three quarts of water and service
to Loan. It perfectly afe to take by old or YOUIII Illood It takes quite a quantity of butter to
well Rev. A. I). I'K iX"t'a"tor..
Halm Is an honest,Inexpensive remedy that then, after the carpet hns bet-n
you butter the of of .
tops largo baking
may test before you part with your money. n swept go over oach breadth carefully --- --- "- -
CURES ADEI\ BLOOD bread. Try wetting the crusts In cold ? W.
with a sponge dipped) In A solution anti CHURCH.
M.GOLDSMITH Allan Grant, of Sparta, la curort 6f painful water Instead being careful does not \ \
sora on lip railed epithelial wrung nearly dry. Change the water Services at 10 a. m. every Sunday, In new
Julia E.
l'alU'Mr! : trickle down the sides between \t\U.
or a
Church North I
Johnson,HtalTord. O. S. It becomes The iMilMliig Tltuavltle. Children'scatechism
V., cured of a terrible as often AS dirty. carpet -
ATTOKNEYATLAWjTitusville ; Itchinu eczema of 13 years aUndlne; W. A. double loaf as this would cause sod lion J. D. BOTKIX, at :3 p. m.
will he nicely cleaned as well as KKV. J. F. O'lkivLE
Bryant Moody\ Tex cured of salt rheum I'n deuuess. Congressman-at-Largc from Kansas. | Rector.
hand. His hand resembled a burned surface, dlslntt'cted.11; moths can be kept .
_-- .
Fe-ru-na. and Mun-a-lln. I have been
Florida. suffered four years, yet cured by Itotanio Illood Waste bits of bread may be saved by'crisping -- --
Balm. 11. W. Hcuzfey, of Americas, Ja., Buf them In the oven. Tie them In afflicted, mora or loss, for a quarter away and the eggs destroyed by thN MUNICIPAL.TOWN .
fered with gores all over his body eating Into moan Spots may be removed and .
holes. Blood Balm cured him; sound and well. paper bags away from the dint and a century with catarrh of the stomach -- --- -

F' J. WEBB, L. H. Sewull of Atlanta, fa.,cured by four bot- i they will be ready al any time tor milk and constipation; residence in Washington renovated by the use of ox gall' or ammonia COUNCIL.
tics of a terrible and .
eating ulcer on leg. 8. W. water.A
Pops of Jackson, (la., had i latent skin dlmmite, toast, frying crumbs or dressing. Cornor has increased these troubles.A Mayor Adlinnmr Itradyi, nldcnncn : Jno.
ATTORNEY.AT.LAW, ., entire body almost a seat, jut permanently graham broad may be saved In the few bottles of yo'ur medicines have good way to brighten,: a cArpet Is to \Dlnon \\\ K. Knox, Jno. It. Wallter) D.URIIII"11Io .
cured by 13. n. JI. J..1. Head' of Athens (la;, put half a tumbler of spirits of tun>on- ;. I.. lirady; assessor: .lolm Henry
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th had eczema on hands, arms and legs, suirered same way and for the same! purpose, given mo.almost complete relief, and I clerk and\ trrnNiircr: n, K. 14'lmul)It'r; marsha
Circuit. Taxes paid for nonresidentsand nve.years, tried doctors and patent medicines. Indeet] many like them better for : aq sure that continuation of their tine In a Imslu of wAter and dip your and ClIlIl'ct"11.; S. JOIIPN, jr The counclmeota
Blood Balm cured him broom In It ami the first TU.l'lIlh,11I null month.
over carpet
rents and accounts collected. only a few scar remainIng sweep .
cream toast, while for dressing for use will etfect
permanent cure.
; where the sores had healed Airs. W. J. twice and It will restore the
Titusville Steed,of Augusta Qa had recurring bolls, was meat or Jowl the color Is unimportant. Pe-ru-no. surely n wonderful remedy once or 1-
Florida. cured by only five bottles three years ago. Fish, however, should have only a for catarrhal affections. color nUll brighten It up until yon INDIAN RlVKi GUARDS.
Perfectly well since. Mrs. )I.
Fredonla, Ala., had deadly cancer wll.lljtlvell white dressing. J. D. BOTKIN. would think It now. tnotlm,'r good way Drill at the Armory over county Jall.eve..,
up to dieby nine doctors jet was cured by to clean old carpets Is to rub them over tuesday e\enluic In limo mouth, at 8 o'clock.
T 0. FRIES, C. E. Botanic Blood Balm. W. ('. Mclumel of At. It. K.: MlMS.Jn., Captuln.
.lust It little
with meal
dampen a
how to Clou Shirt Front.. very
cured of
rheumatism but what more Where the Tall Went. .
COUNTY SURVEYOR; need we say? We could fill this paper with round two ounces of Quo white gum and rub the carpet with It, and -
wonderful cures and remember, all these trou Do you remember the story of Harry'sand HOARD\ OF TRADK.
arable when dry over
to perfectly
a powder It In sweep
bles are cau.ed by Bad hood in the system *nd put a pitcher George's rabbits-bow Harry's rabbit
Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. mood Balm and If meal. After Is thoroughly Meets soooud Wcdunmlity night In each
.. cures hocauxe It forces all the pour over a pint of boiling wa a carpet) every
poison outward, hence there cannot bo a returnof got out of its hutch and disappeared month at 8:(10( o'clock In room over vostotllco.Judite .
Mapping neatly dope. Estimates for the symptoms. ter. Cover and let It set all nlgbt. for a week and at last crept swept rub It with a cloth dipped WA. at. S. .lones. prpHlitont; J. 1DIson,

Don't trIfle with blood troubles, and remem Carefully pour from the dregs Into a ter and ammonia. It will brighten the treasurer; J, n.IIIt. secretary.
all kinds of engineering works. Dis- ber,' even if saraaparilla tonics, doctors and home without Its tail to die and bow, .. '.
like nc\v.-l'hll. -
clean bottle. Cork and colors And make it look ---
salves have failed lu your case, that 11. II. 11,- keep use, when Harry cried bitterly over his dead .
puted lines a specialty. Botanlo Blood Halrv-is dUTerent from anything One tablespoonful stirred Into n pint of adelphia. Tlineri. COUNTY orricr.itH.SCHOOL .
tailless rabbit. tried to comfort .
else and cures, to stay cured, by expelling the
starch produces a lovely gloss linen
TITUSVILLE, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. poisonous matter from the blood. This is eth on
only remedy that cures In this wav. and Is quite harmless to the material. him"Don't How tn Make a IMenannt Drink )lOAIU).
Hmv TO OBTAIN BLOOD-HALM. cry, Harry, dear don't cry A pleasant drink can be> made as follows
It's the seel The tall J. M. Dixon, Tltusvlllej I R. N. Andrews
W. ALLEN, WHITE VOlt FRKK TRIAL 11OTTLE. How to Avoid .Consumption. only body you" : Tnko nlm ounces of powdered Cocoa; 8. K, Ollilm, Melbourne '
has heaven. "Memories and
GEORGE If you are satisfied that Botanic Blood Balm The New York Medical Record give gone"to preserving sugar and the same weight,
Is what you need you will find large bottles for Fancies. by Lady Gordon:
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, sale by all (druggim!: lor 91.00 or six bottles these nine concise rules for avoiding of the finest oatmeal, six ounces of C COUNTY mtlSSIONEUS.

(full treatment) fcS.OO. For free trial bottle address tuberculosis generous dietary of nitrogenous How to Make Pnmpkln Salad. good cocoa powder, and mix togetherInto J. R. Walker, Titimvllla, chairman ; JO"t'IbMt1II1..1.
I Balm
Key West Florida. Blood Co., 146 MltchIJll8t., Atlanta, J. U. Walker, \tllllVlHe
LatlraiiKej I 1 '
la., and bottle and medical book will be sent food. Free ventilation of Cut up a pumpkin lu small pieces. A creamy paste with cold water. ,)no. Houston, lUui: billie.. .J.N. Wailer, Ankona.;

Will practice in the United States : all we charges will include prepaid.free Describe medical your trouble advice.anl dwelling and sleeping 'rooms by open and cook In honey 'which previouslyhas When It Is well mixed, pour on to the Regular OHRlous are held lint Monday In each

and State Courts. 9jun95; I personal windows, with wlregauzo blind. Adequate been put In a weak solution of lime mixture a gallon and a half of boll month

I house heating In winter. Doll all water. Take the sliced pumpkin from Ing water. This keeps fairly well In A
Achievements of Admiral Dewey." the world's milk or cream previous to using. Obtain the honey stir a little, then add raw cool place If well corked. It Is a

RALPH E. SMITH, M. D. greatest longfrleud; hero.and, admirer By Murat Halstead the nation's, the idol.life- eight hours' sleep If not sound sesame seed raisins, almonds and a palatable drink And I Is, both sustainingand .Minor Oaulcleu R. Jones Tltusvlllu, Tlttmvlllo, county, circuit judge judge) ; MUoldHinlth D.L. ..

Biggest and best book;" over !IOU( pages: 8x10 sleep contract hours to seven and test sliced pineapple. Chop all these Ingredients nonalcoholic. 'ritumsv 111mm, proHixmtlng attorney;
PHYSICIAN AND inches loj \half-tone IllustratIons.Oxdy A. A. Stewart,Tltimvillc, clerk circuit court t J.
SURGEON. nearly pages during the day. If debilitated with fine and a little ground cin
$ .//10. Enormous demand. Big commis- F. Wooten : tax assessor; ; W. Hall.
Specialist in Genito Urinary and Rectal sions. Outfit free.- Chance of a lifetime. Write weak digestion, rest In arecumbent position namon and wine. Arrange tastefully How to Pickle Pork. TltusTllle tax collector; John Henry,Tltuiville,
quick. The Dominion Company, 3rd Floor shortly before and after meals. in a salad bowl 'and serve. The brine In which to pickle pork treasurer: J. I H I, Bam, Courtonav, nmwrlnUnd.ent .
Instruction J.
1' rIca
O. I'ltusTlllo
Oaxton ,
Diseases. Bldg., Chicago, public ;
Wear loost clothing especially around should bo made by putting as much county surveyor; J.P. Brown,Tltu8\ ", sheriff,

127 Forsyth Street. the waist and lower ribs to afford free GOLD 1 Is of no value when health Is salt.In water as can be dissolved.: It Is .

JACKSONVILLE Wearr'. Prlencl. dom In respiration. Take systematic in danger.: What's of more value V better to make It fresh often In warm He Fooled tho SnrgcoJlH.
I Weary Willie and his friend Frowsy. dally exercise In the open air on toot; Pratt'8 up-to-date tablets will .break up weather, but In winter It rarely gets

strolling along the seashore, stop beforea If means and station In life admit of a a cold in one day, and for constipation! red or moldy. The )pork In!ended for All doctors told Itcnlck Hamilton, of
and biliousness and all malarial troubles West Jefferson 0. after suffering 18
T\R. C. II. PEETE sign reading : -"Notice I Bathing Is long holiday, from time to time, live pickling should be packet! In a watertight -
It has no equal. By mall prepaid for 23c.; months from rectal fistula, he would
Dangerous. Quicksands. during fine weather In a tent In the bal'rel. Cover the bottom first
Pratt Medicine Co. Station 1), Chicago, die unless costly operation was: performed -
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT.' Weary Willie-Dere. Frowsy; dera'o open air or In a 'summer house for 111. bend:! fur sample." with a layer of salt then a layer of but ho cut'rd himself with live.

true public spirit! for yer. Dat man's A most of the day, and, If unemployed pork with the rinds toward the side of boxes (>t liuoklen's Arnica Salvo, tho

568 Cherry Street, true public educator. I don't know pursue a hobby to occupy the mind. The New War. the barrel and never facing the bottom surest pile euro on earth, and the best

ia but he's another of and salvo In tho world 25 cents box.
who dat feller Quicksands The cannibal chief stood with his then layer pork a

Macon, Ga.WM. got de fight idea ,uv t'inga an ain't How to Make Orange Slrnp. band shading hill eyes.. A solitary figure salt. The pieces should be packed Sold by F, Ii: Chnffoo, druggist

afraid to say eo! an if he wuz here I'd Grate the yellow peel from one dozen timidly creeping toward him from closely together, and the last layer on -

McL. DANCY, D. D. L. take off. me hat to him.-Leslie's ripe juicy oranges cut them up and the was jungle, Suddenly the old chief the top should be of salt. Put boardson The silence of a filcnil commonly

Weekly _ press out the juice, and to each quart started. He took a quick step forward., top of tho salt and heavy weightson amounts to trenchory. Ills not daringto

Job. of orange juice add a pint of water. Is lIe Is the boards to hold the pork down say anything In our behalf Implies a
Graduate of Philadelphia College of Holding Ills "It ia, be cried, "it my son I
Add six pounds of sugar, previously when the brine Is poured In the barrel.!
works that home I" Then with his tacit censure.-llnzlltt.
. Surgeon class 1872. "I think the man at coming again
Perfect operations well mixed with one-half of the grated the of
The brine come up to top -
place across the street ia the most faith eyes still fixed on the slouching figure
promised. Hazeltlne Block, corner Day. ful and conscientious workman I ever peel. Dissolve by gentle simmering be shrilly called to his head hunter the- barrel, and more should bo added The Appetite of H Goat

and Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLi. saw takes and always then .strain. the ia I as It soaks away. all
He never a holiday "Mbongwa, prodigal returning I. Is envied by poor dyspeptics whose

rr- labors away till it's too dark to How to Dnke Turnip. and Cheese. Kill the fatted Kufflr I"-Cleveland Herman stomach and liver are out of order. All
How to Make Fritters.
eee any l Ipnger. Cut six medium sized turnips and Plain Dealer. such should known that Dr. King's
McCARREL up From Hinli- bread cut out round slices
ROBERT New Life I'llls, the wonderful stomach
"Faithful workman ? Great Scotti
boll them tender In two quarts of wa- cake and In
with A cutter fry boiling
and liver remedy, gives a splendid
He's the proprietor the shop I -Chicago A Little Matter Among Friend. appetite
ter to which are added one lump of
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER fat same as crullers. When fried dip sound dlgustlon and regular
Tribune Two boys were in fighting attitudelike
and one teaspoonful of butter In boiling milk And drain quickly.I This bodily habit that Insures perfect health

Churches a specialty. Steam stone works -. .... When the turnips are tender, drain bantams ; another and a smallerone removes the grease. Dust with powdered and !groat energy Only 23o. at F.S.

Anllea it.ee.Tho'mas them and beat to A pulp, with one stood watching them. wiping his sugar and pile on abut plate.' Chaltco's: drug store

COSTCOKD,AND PHITCIIARD ST9.!: the small teaspoonful of salt A little pep: eyes sobbing! the while. .
Murray, noted chef ---
says -- - -
"What did bit him for I" said
and one tablespoonful of butter.
CHARLESTON So. CA. many cooks do not know, how to do so per ,
simple a thing aa to boil rice properly. Spread a layer of the turnips on the one." I I
bottom of a buttered baking dish, thena 'Taln't none of jour business.
Each of rice he' should be
grain says "
layer of gruyure cheeao cut Into "Yes, it 1111 he's my friend.
distinct whole. bnt'at the same time .
tender To accomplish this, a small shavings; and a light sprinkling of dry "Well lie's my: friend too.New .

: white bread crumbs. Fill the dish In York Commercial Advertiser.
quantity of rice should be boiled in a

,.' Ia bnjrln*. seedsrranouir .Q large pot nearly filled with water. Put the order named cover the top with i
ID aT.ff An Undesired Ally.
nun ff,", became' the it into cold water and a little salt and crumbs and bits of butter, and brownIn
of cultivation wanted on the oven. "How is Mud Slinger going to side
s eda always larirnlczuearts boil rapidly for 20 or 80 minutes. Test
tirieinal: cot of the bout a..da to in this race* Is he for yon 1""That's ,
I I.. lisrt. the grains occasionally. and when a
Thribott Is nlw r the "
How to Slew Cucumber. what's worrying me, replied -
che&pb4. taj a trifle more furIT'RRY3 slight-pressure between the thumb and 1L4i WA7LriW5OTI
Peel and cut In quarters rather large the candidate for office. "If 1
will crush them they are
I forefinger
;I cucumbers and boll them In water to thought he Wile going to be against me, _
done. If allowed to boil fill the grains
; their level slightly salted until tender. I would feel surer of election. '!-Coluiflbua ;
SEEDS burst or boiled in a email quantity of
Drain. dip each' piece/( Into a good (0.) State Journal
and airtr. get jronr rnnn"J" water, the grains will stick together,
-,, wort I). rUe cent per papore When done. drain off the water and set brown gravy; put Into a saucepan;

..., urrwbire. AlwujxlUo some more over It and cook HI. Reference. _
.. pour gravy
DCM. b
the rice on ,the range where it will _:i:1
t..)_ W.M.ltotn.il.t'tIIIU'illvh.A ('' ." to slightly reduce five minutes more. Chief (to commercial traveler seeking --
keep warm.- change
; a place)-Do yon know how to talkup -. =-- -- -- ,.,'-" \ --..i .
.... .. ''P' __ .. t.JiII'
How to Stew Carrot' goods to customers
Hay Crop on lee. ;;: r __ .IIR .
Have scraped( ana well cleaned sufficient this
to I
Farmers who live In the vicinity of Applicant-Allow me turn on _.
carrots of medium size\ and cut phonograph with a conversation be-
Muskego lake In Houtbeasteru Wisconsin -
CURED with TeeetabUUxiuediea. them Into long, slender! finger lengths tween u customer and myeelf.-Flle-
DROPSY Have cured derive a profitable Income from and (put them In a stewpau with butter gentle latter, The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one Inmate,
many thousand can** the lake each winter by harvesting;
Iiyi at leant culled hopttlMna. In tea bay on the Ice. Tbe shallowness of and a very little salt; cover and let seventy years of age, who has been in the Infirmary for three years, ,
-4 """'nonlaU and TEH of DAY all xymptoini: rwitrotmt reroovBB Ire. the water In the lake bud 1 causes the them Btcum In their own juice till tender The title of "majesty" was first given a great sufferer from Indigestion, and has been taking Ripans Tab-

H. B. GRZK1PI: SOBS, box K.Atlanta. QBO .. adding a little broth or water It to Louis XI of France Before that I

considerably grass growing above on the the bottom surface to project, and they become dry. Sprinkle a dustingof time Buvereigua were usually styled ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he is '

when the Ice forms the bay can be tlour over them. and 15 minutes before "hlghneJlI.! never without them. He is willing that his name should be used i ia ia
serving add a mince of parsley
kiIAA4dA. YEARS' cut with great vase, though It cannotbe and cloves and the grated rind of a I testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other personto

EXPERIENCE got at the relit 'or the year'on account Discovered by a 'Vom u. !
lemon and toss well with them. try them. A second old gentleman, in the same institution, f
of the lake
of the boggy nature Another great discovery has been .

bottom. How to Cook Fruit made, and that too by a lady In this eighty-four years of age, has had liver trouble for many years and

Half a teaspoonful of soda to every country "Disease fastened Its clutches finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have two I.
While the population of France has upon her, and for seven years she wIth.

Increased only 10 per cent in the last 60 quart of very acid fruit will lessen the stood its severest teats, but her vital nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-twoj; both suffer I
amount of sugar required to sweeten It
the number of state officials, ac orJta'os were uodermlnded and death and
years. headache depression nerv-
indigestion causing spirits
1 TRADE MARKS to M shows an Increase when boiling and It will not Injure the seemed Imminent, For three months ,
cording Torquanf
WV '. DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS &c. of 121 per cent flavor. she coughed Incessantly and could pot ousness. They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they

An Ton*.*n UliklT umrtHln our opinion free whvlbrr au recovery by purchasing of us a bottle ot
>i>v.ntlnn Is probably pMcntablo.. romniuiilrn"ona Tbe shopgirl would enjoy her job Any cooked fish well, seasoned with suffers with .
unctl*confidential. Handbook on Hatrau salt and Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump that she is forty-five years ,of age and at times Indigestion
Saul free. Ol ost irmer for securing: puKni*. better if the learned to sit on the counter pepper and /nixed wIth'a little, tion, and was so mufh relieved on taking the
l'l&tullu Ukau through Uunn *XU receive chopped pickle and rnajpnnalse make causing pain and paroxysms of belching, and finds that
V'tat aoeic& without chara. in the when not hQ8GalYeJt.on first dose that //ihe slept all night,
an excellent sandwich, and with two bottles has been absolutely Tabules are very good indeed and Is perfectly willing to have her
$ of Chamberlain'sColic I.
!IU.r! !! The great success cured. Her name ,Is Mrs. Luther 1

A hn4.j.Iy JArgSM clr- Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy aac1W..klr Lutz.' Thus writes W 0. Hamnlck &:; name used in a testimonial..

eItiL10i1' *f any otamWo lourual. 0'erms.I J a tho treatment of bowel complaints has : 1.aU 'i4iirrw_.,... ... .. p.m 4 '". 0.
ured Co. of Shelby N. C.. Trial bottles free b. "M"-w-.wtU. ?
e.tr: inur mont **L bl4; by all Mwartatof. made It staudard over the greater part I, 111M oat at bom with "' _"1W ___ '" ..... ........... ...... .t; H" .......fill'
Book of
MUNN U Mia par- at F, 8, Chaffee's drug store. Regular lw tr* ... ......=5..... AI.. .... ... '>h we t
& Co U15ria4wsv' New York of the civilized world, FQr' sale by all 1 ,tlouurs I. .. 'M WOOL nnt U* REE jt T size (mOe. and 11.; Every bottle guaran. -4 I eat.....- !,'-rn--" s.... hi.! ....,.eI'! I. ....
and medicine dealers. <
4; Qtee., J: &..w.... D.C, druggists/: A.d4.Im. ..4 udle., 104 NorU/ frjor 5$. teed.


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t b: Indian River Real Estate Agency

.werKLTIODUAL DKTOTBD TO THB DBTKIOrMCKT /* In another column will be found. BAKING
an answer to our editorial note of I TITUSVILLE FLA.YOU
< last week in regard to the inabilityof POWDER

PUBLISHED EVERY FBI the Filipinos for self govern. .i
would do well If you have property to sell and want it advertised in
ment. We afraid LY LJRE this
are our correspondent
free of cost to and in the hands of lire
paper, you put men, to write at ,
;' '" caA.aUI H. WALTON, Editor & Proprietor. is laboring under a delusion Makes the food delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public. once tn

y I or has been misinformed of the more B2T" Many sales will probably be made this winter by this .Agency. Why not

Discontinuance of adrt. mOlt be made personally true'character of the Filipino as a ovAt sake,powoc eo."**vomc. yourfl

\ at this office or by writing. class, and of the government of the PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to 1000.

Islands before Spain relinquished ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.00 per acre.

w+ Check,etc., may be made payable to CHARLKIH. PABLO ROAD PURCHASED Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; *one mile north of Ean
WALTON,publisher and proprietor. her control. It is true that Spain GENERAL Ulises Heureaux, President Gallie; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price, $1,000.

Ate never exercised soverignty over the of San) Domingo, who was assassinated ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 miles south Of Tltusville. Will pay $1,000 this
whole of the islands but she did in By Henry M. Flagler, Who Will Build a year and $2,000 next. Price, $7,000.
Address all communications to !, on July 26, was many
New Hotel at the Iteach. HAMMOCK LANDS, near Tltusville, from $5 to $23: per acre.
control all the and cities the
: ADVOCATE, towns the President that ,
; INDIAN RIVER respects ablest
L One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2J miles west of Tltusville, good for
TITDSVILLB, FLORIDA. gateways to the interior. The San Domingo ever had, but his idea Tuesday afternoon, Vice President pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $550.00.TAMES .
whole of the island of Luzon was of a Republic was distinctly Irreg. and General Manager J. R. Parrott, of
the Florida East Coast system, announced -
of Agriculture under Spanish dominion, tx.-ept ular. After taking part In several that Mr. Henry M. Flagler, president
the swamps and fastnesses of the revolutions, he got into power, succeeding of the system, had purchased the Pablo :8. :so-o-es.::

; Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. mountains which was not desirableand to the Presidency In 1882. Beach railroad and would take formal ,
I possibly, impossible to control, From that time until his assassin possession of the road within a few days.
: : : As soon as Mr. Flagler takes possession Grain Feed Flour Grits
and even in these she had chiefsof ation he to himself make Hay Meal and
i'f managed
a statewent get of the road he will at once a number ,
the natives and the clergy to exercise
{ re-elected. This involved an occasional of improvements, such as turningthe
s week ending Tuesday, Sept. the functions of law. Whether road into a broad relaying it
-1800- -1898rDATE. removal of a rival, but in gauge CoWon Seed Meal New Garden Seed
arriving Fresh
"L) MAX. MIW. MAT. MIN. or not the natives in these places, that he was not only prompt, but with track heavy in first-class steel condition tails, put, the and entire operate -

'';, 30 87 75 87 75 had their qwn law, we do not know, skillful. It is not very long sincea it by electricity. It is also intended all the time \
31 88 74 87 but we feel certain that it must be trains of the road
.!'l 87. 77 member of his cabinet and the to run the passenger
; : 1 80 74 crude the law which governedthe 'Into the Union Terminal station; how
as as
t ,v.: 2 80 ,72 87 75 Governor of one of his States was offered Agent for Gray :Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to man
if inducements are or
pt. 3 80 72 87 80 American Indians three hundred conveniently executed ,by his com ever the proper connections will be beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotations.
present ferry
>. 1." 4 8."> 74 88 70 years ago, Would it have mand. That he should have fallen continued for the convenience of the Lowest cash prices.

: f' 5- 87- 74 87 78 been desirable to have left the Indiana 'a victim to the kind of governmenthe people of Jacksonville.The Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

,z, Total rainfall for the week: 1.89. alone, while we only controlled believed in of those road will be extended parellel
was one
i. Departure from normal rainfall for the a narrow strip on the Atlantic, with the ocean beach to some point northof .
week: plus 0.21 Inches. Departure cases of poetic justice which exists Pablo, at which place a splendid hotel
', from normal rainfall since January 1, and contented ourselves with the even in politics, It is representedthat will be erected, with at least two hun CHAS. N. WELSHANS

; minus 3.04lnches. idea that they have been governing the people of San Domingoare dred rooms. The hotel will be fitted ,

,;; ,'J. W. CnouK,. Observer. themselves for the past 500 years, contented and happy; but, con with all modern conveniences and com
.,', and have heard of forts, and will afford accommodations
we no anarchy
modern methods the
{ sidering government for a large number of guests. CEMENT BRICK LIME COAL
revolution insurrection? We PLASTER
KEY WEST reports to date 63 or is a poor affair. At present From Pablo to this hotel a macadamized ,
and 6 deaths. are of the advanced civilization, finances boulevard will be constructed, and
cases of yellow fever are run by a syndicate
I' }. and we know what is the' best for controlled by Americans, who all these improvements will be completed Agent (for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.
that the hotel will be opened
\ them and for the people of the so
: is at Gibraltar would be very glad to see the island line in by the
ADJ\lIUAJ. Dewey now and the electric operation
I world that inhabit these islands. B3T" Write for Samples and Prices.,
under the American but thereseems.to The
> and It Is said -he will come flag, opening of next spring season.
i\ The Anglo-Saxon race is growingand be the hotel will be from May to September
it \ direct from there to New York..fl' no movement on open Old 'Phone 8. "
I pushing out for new fields and part of our people, to annex it. In and longer If the business shall war jet) 13 Hogan Street,

markets and must we be led by the rant It.The.
San in other sections JACKSONVILLE
Domingo, as FLORIDA.
boulevard will be so ,
i: TilE revolution in Santo Domingo will of a deluded and semi-civilized par
\ ended the insurgents the negro does not show a strong allel\ with the beach, as an attraction for .
{is practically race, whether or not we shall take desire for restraining himself bjT residences. Inducements will be offeredto

having captured the government advantage of these hidden resources real those desiring summer homes, to

! :" and appointed temporary of of wealth? government. erect handsome residences along both MeMurray & Baker
I his sides of this driveway. Everything
:", ficers. General Jiminez, on arrival When the-American army shall magnificent ,
will be done to make it one
., .: in that wUl'probably Dancing: In North Carolina,
' country,
U'c ; have crushed their army and lead. the most attractive spots for pleasureand
be declared President. ers, these people will become loyal comfort during the summer months 410,412,414,410,418 Main .Jacksonville, Fla.

and contented, and in years to Editor Indian River Advocate : that can be found along the entire Atlantic -x :IHCoa.cSLQL-u.eix-tex's For
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Vaughan invite coast. A new and more convenient ir -
t. Alabama the flrst-class will look back the
! THE new come we upon *
you and lady to be present at a series of schedule will be run over the rebuilt
1'' battleship for the United States. subjugation of the Filipino as' we dances to be given Monday, Wednesday road, and trains will arrive and depart ?

; navy, in her trial run made a speed do now of the Indians of the Northwest and Friday evenings, from I 9 to 12 o'clock, much more frequently than heretofore,, Wagon Material? Vehicles Harness Bicycles

1 : of over 17 knots. We hope that territory. We do not know throughout the season, Haywood White to accommodate all classes. ,
Sulphur Springs Hotel, near Waynesville, There are other deals and plans in con
1''Y this speed will be increased when who our correspondent is referringto N. C. nection with the above purchase which rind: Sundries."KELLY" : .

. t, she is called upon to do an act similar when he says that the Filipinos have not yet been announced, but whichare

" ., to the Oregon-Colon race. have held in check the finest troops, of nearly as much importance to the SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on you wheels

"led by the most skillful generalsthe ANSWERS OUR EDITORIAL. city as the above, consummation of at short notice.
which will add hundreds of thousands
IK the court-martial at Madrid, world can produce. Certainlynot interests
., of dollars\ annually to the business
of Captain Diaz Marou! who commanded to Weyler, Campos or: Blanco, HAWKS PAUK, FLA.Sept. 4, 1899.) of Jacksonville. The fact that

l.: the Cristobal Colon, and I possibly it is Otis, but the troops Editor Indian River' Advocate : these announcements are made with the HAMMOND PACKING CO.

I! (:.' General Parede who was on board under his command have never authority of Mr; Flagler's representatives ..
,, Sir:-In an editorial in ,your last issue and that his name and enterprise (Formerly The G. H. Hammond Co.)
been held in check the rebels fc
" the Colon, on charges arising from by you state that the Filipinos prove themselves are behind them, is sufficient to assure OUR SPECIALTIES -
f the destruction' tha Spanish The Filipinos at first secured their incapable of self government, because the public that nothing will be left undone : ,

, s,,. fleet Santiago, resulted in their arms from the Americans to aid : some mayors, elected by order of to make the place all that is announced "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
them in repelling the attacks of American officers, proved traitors and in advance, and those who have
,; acquittal. then the helped the insurgents. This is a proofto watched his wise expenditure of capitalin "Coin Special" canned meats.
",1c Spaniards, Spanish garritsons me that they earnestly desire self Florida, in the development of the "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.
finan- in returning home, left their and des- will know that it
SENOU Gnrcia, the Spanish government .resist foreign state and its resources,
cier who has just completed the supplies to the Filipinos. Aguin- potism. means far.more than is told. "Calumet" leaf lard.,

powerful syndicate which Is to control aldo will have a place in history But I should like to be informed as Homemade pure lard.
to what these towns had
the Havana tobacco market, along side of Jesse'James and other before our government' troops took possession of ItllEVAKD COUNTY. TUEASURER'S "Peerless" compound lard, sausagesand

.aaid 1 in an interview : "For many notorious outlaws ; but in placinga them? Under what government have STATEMENT. all Packing'House Products Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE FLA.
that has sold his the been for the last three ,
years Cuba I has had great trust in man countryfor Philippines

the United States ; now, the United a few pieces of silver, alongsideof hundred years? Not Spanish. Spain Sept. let, 1800.
did not hold more territory than we do, 1899.$3,133
Balance cash on hand Aug. tat
R States has a great trust in Cuba." Washington, we desecrate the'momory and that is no more than about ,300 Amount received in Aug., 18U9!!\ ....... 1,16977 WILLIAM CLARKS
+ of that illustrious) Ameri -- Sanitary Plumber
square miles not 20 miles square. Spain Total........:.......... .... ...... ''',303 21 ., .,
J THE outbreak of yellow)) fever at can. did not govern, and we do'not govern Less warrants paid In Aug., 1809\ "
100,000 of the inhabitants.: and delivered to Commission
:, Key West, is causing no alarm Who governs the rest of the eight or era and School Hoard County.. .............. 1,64063 Fine Gas Fixtures,,,Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing, Sheet

/. throughout the state, as the people WAR EXPERIMENTS..One ten millions\ of people? They seem to Balance oi) hand Sept. 1st, 1899.$2,062\ 68
5 have all confidence in the ability of be very peaceable and law-abiding.: We Iron work pumps and drain pipe bath tubs water closets
hear insurrections revolutions ,
Dr. J, Y. Porter and the State
'othe' anarchy, as we unfortunately find inmost Deposited In Indian River State Bank,
branch British'
Hoard of Health, to confine it to army, of If aa per cashier's certificate, less check No.626 and Wash stands. Copper vessels of all descriptions re-tome
our nearer neighbors. they
which in said to be always up to not yet into bank....................$2,662 65
the island. A strict quarantine is were oppressed they would willinglyjoin
I' now in force, and Key West being date is the Royal Engineer Corps, but the fact you cite shows that BALANCES BBLONOI.NO TO EACH FUND A8 FOL. 37 Forsyth St., near Laura St.,

and they have been making some they are nut oppressed, and, in fact, LOWS: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
t' BO far from the mainland, it will be fiovern themselves* quietly, peaceablyand County Revenue-General Fund,......$1,483 40 .
interesting experiments with war ,.,.,.,... 27136
control Road and Bridge Fund
{it an easy' matter to and baloons at the British so successfully that they are able litilldiiiK Fund. ( ............. :.. 30 t6
V, stamp it out army campsat to raise organize armies that have heldin Feeding Prisoners Fund....... 464 3IJ FOR STOREKEEPERS
li'i Aldershnt. For some time past check numbers of the finest Fine and Forfeiture Fund..... 40817
? superior School Fund ..........H........ 306
tJj they have been testing the value of troops, led by the most skillful} generalsthe -

,The Dreyfus court martial is wireless telegraphy, not only as a world can produce. Total......'..................,........ $2,66265
;, still going on at RennesFrance, and means of maintaining communications Arms and ammunition do not growIn JOHN HENRY, Benedict Pollak & Co. Wholesale House.
; it is almost universally conceeded the woods; how do they get them? County Treasurer ,
between the different portionsof Where does the money come from?
I',. that he cannot be condemned. The. the British army, but for the There must be a well organized government Mosquito Netting, made and unmade, fine mesh. Sand Netting and Screen

:Mhenor of the army" may compel i purpose of dropping explosive levying taxes and carrying on all Judge at Chambers. ; Cloth. Ducks and Georgia Checks and Cottonades. Coats Cotton, in all numbers -

,.,, the jury to hang; but Dreyfus willi within It the functions of a government. It must 41cts. per doz. Show Cases, old or new ones. Special attention paid to
have his whether formally charges a given area. be popular or the people would welcomeus Ullman & Co. vs. A; M. Wilder was correspondence. Traveling men on the road constantly. We only sell to dealers,
liberty, has been found that by means of as deliverers and dock to us en argued before Jndge Jones at chambers corporations and hotels. Anything usually\ kept by storekeepers In our line we
acquitted, or allowed his liberty balloons and an elaboration of masse. .. on Friday. This involved the sale of have in stock. Liberal terms and liberal treatment.

under bond, awaiting new evidence, Preece's or Marconi's systems of They are fighting for the very principles the old saloon property of A. Alkens BENEDICT, POLLAK & CO.,
which will never come, to order a on which our own government.Is & Co., at West Palm Beach, which
new trial. wireless telegraphy, large quantities founded as laid down in our Declaration Ullman & Co. had levied an execution 32, 34, 38 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
say of dynamite, could be released of Independence. upon. At the hearing it appeared that

from a balloon over three Agulnaldo is the Washington of the the judgment obtained by the plaintiff

I f SOME gross misrepresentations of miles away and made to drop and Philippines.\ had been improperly entered,'and it was JOHN R. WALKER,

.;* facts have been circulated in regard J, WILKINSON.. sot aside, the case being decided for the
inside fortified work
explode any defendant. R. R. Taylor, of Miami, Furniture .
to the causalties among the killing the garrison and dislodging represented the plaintiff, while Dr. Ice Cream Parlol.t

American volunteers in the Philip- the guns. The Hague Conference, [Send the ADVOCATE: an order for any Graham came up from Miami to look

\ pines. We notice in a report to however, condemns such methods, Job printing you need.] after the defendant's side. Millinery, ; SoW Water,

the government, on the sailing of but
possibly, an enemy sore press ,
ti the Washington and Kansas regi- ed in real war, would scarcely hesitate Dry Goods (Fount and bottles.(
t' ments for home, that 800 men of to break through such restric- Mc ::!;immoris Fitch., ; & Tobacco.

the Kansas regiment will return, tions. At Aldershot they have JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Notions etc.Ofe"

/ and 200 will remain at Manila, 150 found that be ,
explosives can drop. Confectionery. etc.
;( of them re-enlisting Three olllcers ped into a space of little over an Grocers and Connnission ,Merchants. "Star Building, "

and thirty men of the Kansas were acre at great distances, and with KAU 81U:-We quote you a few prices below, and wheu in need of the following articles ("at the old stand. )
killed, and nineteen olllcers and rare precision. send im your ord.rs. w. make a specialty\ of llaIlUnlera.PRICE Give me a call. Polite and courteous attention. Malt orders receive prompt

men died from disease, mostly during LIST: and careful attention. Yours for business, JNO. R.'WALKER.

the small while Dellt.llJur"erbbl........................ I 4.23 Green Coffee, er lb. .........,....... ,. .8,'..10Arbuckles
k pox epidemic, halfbbl..,.. ,............ .. .... 8.30 Coffee,per Ib...............,..., .12M
122 members of the regiment were TilE trouble between the govern. .. tw-lb. Sack... ............ ... 8.23 T8I\.l\Ol'lb......... .................? ..35erlb. ESTABLISHED 1852.B3P" .
.r ... ...................
"Grltl.llt'r ..... ... ........ 1.20 lardcompound, .> .05
I wounded. Of the Wellingtons, ment of the Transvaal and Great Meal. .. ...?.. ....... ....... 1.10 l.ard.pured"rlb ..... .........'........... .6>J Oldest Fruit and Produce Commission House in Chicago. -Ja
while Britain is .. wheat .,......,....... .1.23,1.1' Tomatoes,S-lb.cans, )er dox .,........ .90I'le
875 men are embarking, eight rapidly reaching an outbreak e. Corll" ...... .............. 1.110 Teaches,S-lb.cans, I\lrdol............ 1.00
.111 cars and 200 men will stay, most of war. Both sides are ready, 't Oats .' .. .. .. .... ............ 143 Tablet'sashesS-lb.cans, perdos......... 1.60
IIran" .. .. ................. W Corn,9-lb.cans 8doa...... .......... .90 T. D.
\ .f those remaining re-enlisting in and it is believed that the Boers I' Fee Meal, per sack. ..'............. B5 Raked Means,S-lb.cans, per doc ..... .... 1,00 & CO.
the being formed will strike blow before it hex. 'S Bright C 8 Meal,per sack........ .. 1.05. Sardines, per dos J. ,................... 45
P! new regiments a Ideal Fertillzer,200-Ibs ................... 3.00 fIaIt.2OfI.Ibl, Ibrsick.. ................... DO ,
there. One of the officers pf the pected. A little caution, and the Hay, perowt .. ........................... .83 Matches, per gross....................... .4*
Kent n 8 Nellies perlb..............,..... .06 ('racken.loda. perlh ................',. .06 coM: =
regiment was killed, one died from Boers would decide that it would I' llama perIb ..................... .10 Cracker, lemon per Ib................... ,6K ss=oN. ,
f disease and wounded be and tlhouhleraol\lrlb.\ ................... AU Ginger Snaps, l jver Ib. ...........,....... .06Octagon
one was ;jt more easy profitable to comply Kiceperlb .......................... Bit"6 Soap, per dos.... ................. ..43Granulated
twenty-four of the men were killed, with England's demands than Sugar, perlb..,............... 6H learllne, (wrdos"........................ .43 Early. Vegetables, Melons Fruits and Southern Produce.
t 128 wounded( and'nlne died. This to'risk a war, with certain defeat. Toothpick Tobacco, per Ib............... .47 1'otash, per dos.. .......................... .45 ,
: :
is certainly a good record for the "Taxation without representation," Bend QI your orders and make ut your consignment We invite correspondence. L. SpeoiL 1ty.;
ilcTIMMOSS 'it FITCH. Give as reference The
length of time they have been in the memorable cry of the American 16, 11, 14, 25 South Ocean St., Co.Florida : Merchant National Bank of Chicago; Southern Ex
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. press shippers on application. Also state remittances made in New
\ service in a tropical country. patriots the cause of the dispute. Ir Spot cash buyers of Hides,Fun, wool and Alligator Skins. York Exchange: or express: money orders on which there Is no exchange


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LqeJS- ( for Sam the Boon past Sebastian.week.and-men have been here .F E R T I LIZ E R S. .

R. 0. Hardce made a business trip to ,

Jacksonville the first.of the week.

I I Miss Amy Kitching came home from J SPECIAL PRICES '
Stuart Monday to spend a few weeks 'm

E. P. Branch
was in town Tuesday

t and praperty.Tom Wednesday VTlger. *t., Seminole looking at Indian the ,Bank was WI[i] J1neapPl GrO\ATers :

killed __
by lightning at Lake Okeechobee __ ffil
a few days.ago. ....
1 u. :
Mrs Murry Ilajl and children returned j .4.11 .A.rou.n.c.1.# Fort1.1:1mor.: ffiI

home Saturday.from their summer visit at Seville :; Price $26.00. nr- Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to .

Miss j us for prices and we will prove to you we can save you money. .
AVE Lucy Hudson went toTltusrllle hiH GUARANTEED ANALYSIS:

Monday to attend the teachers' examin : MoUtnre................ 8 to 10 STEAMED BONE HAW BONE,
ation being held there. .: Ammonia ..........." 5 to 8 ,
EgnaltoSniphateofAmmonla....t........................ SO to 85 BLOOD AND BONE: ACID PHOSPHATE,
Work Is being rushed on Murry Hall's Available Vhonyhorle Acid................ S toe
I residence Fquaitohone rhotphate of Lime...... 11 to 13 .
to on Ridgeway. Mr. Hall expects otafth K2 O*.........1 ..........., ..........n..............................u 6 to 8 DISSOLVED BONE NITRATE OF SODA, ffii
T? move In this week : EqnaltoSlIll'hateof :,.,...*.. to 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS
Jas. A. Hudson is Magnesia,Lime,Soda, etc.....v,.,... ba to 60 ,

cottage.ti/I' )1 r. Hudson building rents another these : :r Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,

houses as;fast as he can build them. EHH ; COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.

3 bviff Mrs. Jas. A. Hudson and Miss Madie Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low

Casen are spending the week at Miami, : prices.
taking In the sights of Biscayne Bay.

George; Braddock"" a fine teasers: Please Correspond with us before being indxicod to buy from Dealers. Sond for

field of sweet potatoes. He expects it HI! Pamphlet.
will yield a hundred bushels to the

acre.W.. C. Braddock is making Improve- LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.,, .

ments, such as beautifying; the 'grounds

l' around his residence, and putting up i 1 J"'aokson.vi11G Flor1d.a.: .
a big house for the ,
4. :) I A. M. Sample Fish

Co. -

-If you want good results, you will Melbourne. Roseland. Rot a Close Oh.erver. A Shave anda

Jensen. find the ADVOCATE an excellent adver- "It seems almost incredible" said
tising medium. Hair Cut.
the railroad innn. "but' I eats a man
GOODE & OOODK.-Real Estate and Loans.
Miss L. Cain Is Mrs. J. Hoarn-
for Ctna, London and Liverpool and visiting the other that couldn't give In.
Agent day an
a groat Ideal to do with the general
don at her home a few miles back of
of Fort Pierce Globe, and Imperial Fire Insurance. Special
Sample, was telligent description of his wife. He
arty of a gentleman. AtCARRUTHER'S
week. New Smyrna.Mr. attention paid to the Interests of non resi M Icco. appearance
n one day the past dents. came to the office to get transportation

entrees Davis, of Tltusville, has acted Mr. Boone's bridge carpenters have for her, to which he was entitled and Barber Shop,

a clerkship in the store of L. M. Allen, of Olencoe, returned, Tues- 1Itr Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, been bridge straightening hero.Mosquitoes. the bents on the under the present rules we must have a' TITUSVILLE,

gers!: & Co. day, from the F.. E. C. Ry., hopital at St. the pink paper'of the East Coast, will be description of the person that 1s goingto None but
experienced workmen
received at the Melbourne Postofflce. are employed
have been the
Augustine.We worst we the transportation.
the use
rcble Hosier has accepted posi- and perfect satisfaction
mercantile havo had, this summer, but now theyare On the margin of the ticket are guaran-
i of salesman in the es- are having: rain every day-good about teed. Give us a call.
lishment of O. E. Coon. weather raising mosquitoes.J. E. P. Pranch took a trip south this all gone. places where the agent can punch outa J. L. OARRUTIIERS, Prop.
week. Mr. L. C. Moore to have his of the
expects good description
very person
.F. Wolf has received several car- M. Boyett is the .
of shed material and will cover having yard cleaned Joe Chase, of.Bay View, was in town new launch in the water In 1few days. that I is entitled to use the ticket In
s up around the section houses whichis HAND
of pineapples Tuesday.C. Paul Krogel, of Sebastian, Is the builder. his possession. TANKS,
;8 or more acres this quite an improvement.
II": Dudley] and family are stoppingat "1 asked the man first how old his HAND MADEHONEY"
The Lotus correspondent wishes to the McBride IRONPITALT ROOFING-Cheap and wife was. Ha could not tell within five
[r. Fairweather, who has for somee .know the whereabouts of his mosquitoes; cottage. durable. Quickly and easily put on. AND SYRUP BARRELS,
resided at Waveland] has moved to as we have a great; than Hon C. T. McCarty of 'Ankona was years.
many more our THOS. C. WATTS & Co., "Next I asked him bow tall she As good ns the host and as cheap as the
sea!! having rented the residence of share think
we his have strayed up here. in town last Tuesday.J. Jacksonville, Fla. cheapest. All warranted.
The best I could ascertain that she
i. M. Coon. He can have them was
even having H. D. Smith and Ernest Taylor, \ Machine made barrels for sale, but not
not neither she
to his was very tall was very
L R. Rlcou has just had set thirty prove property. warranted.
of Eau Gallic, were In town Monday. A:New Fumigating Plant.
usand pineapple plants. Hardee short. I punched tint the word 'medium' TOM JOHNSON,

*. furnished the plants, which are Mayor'James T. Hogg returned froma and. let it go at that Pioneer Cooperage LaGrange, Fla.
eedingly fine. Georgiana. business trip to Jacksonville' last The State Board of Health has Just Next I asked the man what the col.

Tuesday.Mrs. completed a fumigating plant for the or of his wife's eyes was. He studied
''. C. F. Wolf Is visiting her parents
Starke this week, Mr. Wolf remain Scuppernong grapes are all gone. Kate, Truett returned Tuesdayfrom quarantine station here says the Miami for a fnll half minute, and said be be FILTER YOUR WATERAND
at home to look after the three Melbourne Beach, whore she spenta correspondent of the Times-Union and darned It be was euro whether they
Mr. Hall is carrying: the mail Citizen. For several weeks mechanics
during few days. blue
from which he were light or gray.
expects great
stern Mr. Werning's absence.A. have been busy setting up the machinery AVOID DANGER
"When it came to the color of the
Mr. Brang is progressing nicely with on board the St. Lucie. It Is said
hose who think oranges will not doI L. Bruner, and family, returned the stone foundation of his Now Haven by competent judges that It Is the most woman's hair, he Will again in a quandary -. ---- ---" ----..-.-.-..-...-.-.. -. ,
from the beach, Monday, coming by Lotus avenue cottage. lie was not dead sure whether it
I should step down and .see the complete plant of its kind in the State.
i than year old buds of John Soren- to do some trading with Mr. Provost. The Misses Carrie and Mattie Brown The St. Lucie was taken to the quarantine was' dark brown or black. No Store Hotel Boarding House or Res.

'i, and they will change ,their,miuds Mrs. Carrie Jorgensen returned to her and Messrs C. F. Conkling and Walter station near Cape Florida. Dr. J. "The only thing this. husband was
joce.It. home .Grant, Thursday. Mr. CharleWerning s Haslehurst spent last Sunday in Tillman. M. Jackson, Jr., State health officer for sure of was that his wife was slim. "- idence should be without the Anti-
and Miss Nellie Owen went this pprtj has the plant in charge.Do Duluth News.
and Mrs. J. C. Backus have start-
In'hls .
with her for a visit of a few days. Capt. Sam Martin, yacht JElols] Germ Water Filter.
chicken farm for home protection, took the Misses Annie and Jessie Goode Hook'.
?ggs, at from 25 to 40 cents per dozen, Rev. Sirderfleld] preached two very and Dr. Peek for a sail to Eau Gallle you want to buy or sell property. Lordly Tip.
re not to their notion of political\ good sermons Sunday. lIe seems to be last Sunday.We on Indian, River ? If you do, write the' It required each a man as Theodore
tinny quite unfortunate in getting away from that Indian River Real Estate Agency, Titus- Hook to cope Buccermfnlly with the rapacity
this place. : he are pleased to learn Dr. Du of the gentlemen of the hall, in
. E. Coon returned last Tuesdaym Monday as was getting vllle, Fla. See page 4. *
Bose and his of Su-
his in the row boat to go to the train, he charming family, contradistinction to the road, and on
Hendersonville N.
feeling outing five pounds at heavier and look-, stepped on the edge of the boat which wanee, here.Tcnn., will spend the comingwinter one occasion, at all events, he proved

like he had really been where the dipped and sank at once, getting him A New Turpentine Company. himself equal to the task.
untain dew drips freely wet above his waist. Thfere was no timeto Mr. and Mrs. Starck, of Malabar, and It is related that once when diningout d I 1C

get dry clothes as it was nearly their daughter, Mrs. Wolf, of Jensen, The Florida East Coast Turpentine he before the entertainment came r f
ieorge Webb is now the proud'pos- train time, and he had to go on home to were In town on business last Saturdayand Company Is the latest andIt tvi. x
corporation, off, provided himself with several bright
>or of a thoroughbred Texas Melbourne. He is still
pony, suffering very Sunday.
Is estimated will be In time the ]
ich farthings from the mint and that when
he wishes to exchange for goymeat much with his knee that got hurt so badly
bonds Mrs. L. D. Lockwood, Mrs. O. W. operators In turpentine In the state of after the festivities to his
or good; paying real ] at the station, as he was leaving here proceeding
Florida. The Is
ate in New flouter, Miss Margaret Lockwood, Ottio company composed of
York City. Reference as two weeks ago. carriage be discovered several servants,
L. F. Durham who
will be the
Bonter and Trevett ,
the are en- manager;
moral character
the Texas including the cook awaiting him Inth'e
joying life at .Melbourne Beach these Frank E. Bond and 10. L. Bond of the
pring furnished on application. -If you are in search of bargains, warm days. Bond & Bond Lumber Company, of No- ball he forthwith slipped a coin

red Wills has sold a portion of his read the ADVOCATE columns carefully oga, Glenwood and other places. Additional into the hand of the latter. The man Water being clear and sparkling is no-
pe, including his present residence. Mrs. Nicholson and daughters, the stills will be erected' at Neoga, glanced at it, noticed the size and proof it is pure. Well or cistern water
a short time he expects to build are Misses Allie and Mollle, are having a where the Durham stills are now situa bowed low in thanks under the impression that II full of typhoid fever and malarial

commodious"'dwelling on property Rockledge.Mrs. most enjoyable time at East Melbourne.] ted. The new company met In Jacksonville that he wui' a sovereign richer, germs may be perfectly clear.
chased from C. II. Racey, upon They are in the Phillips cottagebythesea last Friday night. They aim to while Theodore dispensing largesse of la your drinking or cooking water
*' he has already planted several which is most convenient to the work forty crops this fall, and as the a like natnre to the other servants! muddy or cloudy ? Readily cleanse] it

ea or caoice oranges, and to .which he C. B. Magruder returned Saturday beach. company 'is composed of well known from all earth, sand, Insects or slime,
his did he
Ildd l more this winter. from a two week's visit In Sanford. Sneak thieves entered Mr. Bowyer's hustlers and men of financial ability the on way nor Is the water you use bad smelling or
I kitchen last Friday morning before day East Coast will have a big Industry, and cease doing so when. as be stepped into tasting ? Is Ittoo much trouble to clean-

'Please mention the ADVOCATE when Charlie Singleton; left Monday for Or- light. They stole flour, tomatoes etc. Jacksonville will be the shipping and his carriage one of the footmen, who out the cistern or well as often as should
lung advertisers. mond, where he will try to obtain a sit Tho Melbourne people are on the watch export center had discovered the real vulne of the be ? Is the drainage from house, stableor

r uation.J. for these slick fellows, and will be prepared pourboire, ran out saying "Sir. I privy dangerously] near your water

CABOTS' CREOSOTE 'SHINGLE S. Coats came down from LaGrange to give thorn something hotter think you have made a mistake supply, ,so as to make you anxious ?
''wins-the best known wood last week to take charge of the Powe than Hour. llotr to Mnke Lemon aherlet. "Not at all. my good man repliedthe Have you had typhoid or malaria in your
've. THOS. C. WATTS & Cd.preser-, place in South Rockledge. Souk 'QUl' tnlllt' iI/tJlJuful of gelatin lu humorist with a gracious wave of family lately] and realized that the water
one-balt of cold) water ten minutes. used may be responsible It ?>> Then
Jacksonville Fla. .cup the hand "I never give lean. Couch-
II. J. Magruder paid us a short visit Lotus. LITTLE
Add of cold "
one quart water, the Juice
i last week, coming down from Oak Jill] man. drive on. I at Its low popular price, and you are
of six lemons and tlirvt of
and cups sugar. -
on Tuesday returning Thursday. safe It will remove Impurities.
Banyan. J. N. Chalker is building a dock. When the sugar U dissolved, pour In How to Make FUh 'aa...
\ J, M. Bailey left, Tuesday in his the freezer freeze for half an hour, remove For baked fish mix thoroughly the !53r"Tbey are very cheap and will
launch for Miami, where he will remain W. J. Rogan and brother here, ]last
were a life-time. When writing for Information
the dasher if the sherbet Is of
stiff yolks two hard boiled egg, a small
'ins' permanently. Mr. Bailey and P. J. Peck Tuesday. Inclose]
days growing weather; showers every will go into the boat building business pack the mixture and let stand for one wlueglasHful of salad oil, A large tablespoonful must bo please stamp. All orders -
accompanied by
C. D. Provost with drummers
this fall. overrun hour. I of sharp vinegar a little dry

'reparations for early crops are Saturday. mustard and a tablespoonful of chop- For full particulars, apply to the agent,
.g made fall R. F. Hatch came up from Fort Lauderdale How to Make Comiivllo Soap.
,. Several from Bonaventure were In town ped, pickles or vipcra. CLAUDE
Ira. last week; spent a few days here, Powdered white cnstlle soap, 8 parts; WALTON Tltusville Fla.
hicMillan and children and then proceeded to New trading, Monday.
in Eau are Smyrna, fresh lemon Juice strained 3 parts;
Gallie. where he will take charge of the F. E. C. Mrs. R. C. Creech and family spent colognewater,2pait8; patchouli, 1 part. -
dl for station during the temporary absence of part of Wednesday In our burg.
; Opening Mix
our road are posted thoroughly, setting the vessel In
'" agent at that place.
post office here. A. L. Carter, of Georgiana, and L. G. .. which the mixture U made In a larger {

]*** meetings are held every Fri- -Impure water is the cause of much Tutun of Artesia were here Friday. one containing hot water. The addition The Monarch of Strength isLION

evening at the school house. sickness. Remedy this by getting a fine The Misses Annie and Julia Stewart, of a little essence of musk (not too

ra. Creek and Miss Florie returned filter from Claude Walton, Titusville. of Brantley, wore calling In town Friday much Improves the odor Press Into

e from Eau GalHe last week. molds and let harden. Wrap In paraf ,

(. Roy Otwell of Bahia and fined paper and cover with tin foil-or
'rlnk and MrCruder Fort Pierce. Miss Clara, k
Bailey, rep e- a substance \ made
log the heirs also Miss Susie Summer of Jensen, were creamy may \jo by
e, were dividing up the MaKruder Miss pleasant visitors In town Saturday. the addition of a little water and the _

t aJit week. Lots of rain has fallen here lately.A. Most all of the farmers are preparing product put up In collapsible tubes.
pt. George; : Gleason brought boat A. Ford paid Titusville visit, Mon- land for fall planting.; J. M. En nil will 1 'D" .
of drummers over last a have some beans planted on the Dtu, 11 cur to Make Tomato fluixl trlclie*.
'!were week, among day.Mr. Cut thin slices of whole wheat !breads
others G. E. Muriel W' G. Scott Cross paid Melbourne a visit on A. Lapham of Cocoa, Is having lii and !butter, and with a cooky cutter
Monday on business.J. place here set In orange trees. J. N.
'1 Otwell Chalker is stamp them round. Put on one half of COFFBEo
W. superintending work.
esC.Otwall G. Frink, J. O. Fries, B. Merriweather has just completed] the sandwich a slice\ ot'tomato, with
; Mrs. John 1. S. Summers, L. lIousod a nice porch to his residence. Mrs. P. II. WIttfeld and children, of salt and pepper and on the other a ,,
Houston were in Dan- Georgiana, also )Jr. and Mrs. A. L. Bru "'1
ta&t week Mr..George Saeger, of Ankona was a layer of grated cheese Press together 1J,2. ..., l ;---.rl': : ,:': ..._ '
ner, were in town shopping, Monday. z.... .... .. .c.r v.: /. U..H;:;:::;:' 2B xJ
pt, pleasant visitor in town, Tuesday.
'a the Houlton has the weather board- How tu Makes Meat til a... (ADSOLUTICtY 1'UHC.) g
ktllillan yacht he Is Building for old Walter Bass paid Lois Stocker, of the To lie Ulndmrged. This glaze for meat is one that can Its strength comes from Its purity. It Is nil puro coffee,
'ha\'lng The old gent is think. Narrows, a visit for a few days return- be put.away and melted for use another freshly roasted and Is sold only In olio-pound sealed
a twist with the Shamrock ing homo Monday night packages. Each packapre will make4O cups. Tho pack.. .F
011. According to reports number of the time. It I Is really always la demand Is sealed
The Rev Mr. Lane held services the age at tho Mills eo that tho aroma: Is never
--- prisoners now confined In Fort Marion at where dainty garnishing la studied. weakened. It has
"' Methodist church last Sunday morningand St. Augustine will soon be given their) First a delicious flavor. Incomparable
,'We boll half an onion with Its peel strength. It Is a luxury within
the tho roach; cK :. 1
would to
evening large congregations.Mr. discharges and the remainder willtransferreJ be *
'n, when favor If our In a trill of water; take out the onion Premium
Writing or calling DIckerson of Lake to other quarters. When all and List In every package
idYertlaerl upon City, arrived add cue-half ounce of gelatin
Cut out
to of the prisoners have been your Lion's HonU end:! cot
purchase disposed of
- merchandlleould here, Monday night, with his family to powder to the water; add to this a valuable premiums
lIlention the 4DVOC take charge of the public school here. it is more than probable that the historical ffoo.If "!.
rood full of and sufficient
-- and Interesting old fort will teaspoon soy do*s Dot tllT Unit C'.oIl'H .
be li bl! lilor*
again ]
Y We are sorry to note Mr. F. Hartstone thrown open to the public ILl a curiosity. extract of meat to make the glaze a I (rover i'uU Jllu"lt u> bin ........ f..1 ...J"J Uu<; i., ';,;
1011 your Way on Sete tbvra not e rniii < ;,
t, D 'Jaae do sea your subscription t bad another stroke last Monday morn The fort was greatly missed by the visitors rich brown color; use when nearly '''? .'ulmticl| >'. _
v,01.'.:suij enoB 0').. ,r i., i, I.. "
and at he Is
ing, present lying very low. last season. told. .. ....,'" !.... ,, ,_ JI' "' -
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r uicats or 2 by S loch stuff: are sawea

." SUCCESSFUL out with proper curve- ; t&- Bt'en4 are" Florida Central .-&' Peninsular Ra|(

EVERY I who,raises fruits, bolted on tho outside of the.f Ho at the I
: top and bottom of.the part which U to

r. I vegetables, berries or be thedootv after .which the door .1. ,

cut. To prevent any entrance of air Time Table In Effect Jane 11, I8t>9.
grain, knows by experience tarred paper Is 'pU ,cil at the top am e tip.sy .

the of bottom of 'the door before' the silo* is
importance having a

fn large percentage of filled.For, the round silo flre- lghthi Inch $c Sa: : :: $:;' = ;-og 1lJ 11NORTHER.io POL-nB'1jiliis:-og: I jjf e ISins I IjI "
fe '11 :
Iron or steel rods usually serve as J F = = = S .
114 - ,
hoops. These are in three sections fora f 1451 Lr Tltosvilte FEO AI' aMp --.--
1141\a ... ... II20p L.,. 8t.Anpulltine Ar .,.... 1030s430p820a. I
12 toot diameter silo and four sec ...... . .. T4IIp L..JackllonyIUe..Ar ... ... Ilona..... T
Potashin tlons for 10 foot or' more. The hoops ( ...... lS20p ...... 11001\ ... S"SpLr..Yc1ee.At .... 818&.. .j 85.p: 1h85op +
At.Fernandina..Lr .. .,.; 81".
.. ... : .. 935a SOAP T30a ".
may pass through 6 \by (8 uprights and I...... rllOp .. 1030a.......: liMp Ar..Everett..Ar,.. .. 8&oa ..8151. .I II lOp 731\
1 be fastened with nuts and washers. :..... ... ... ...t..... 113na .,..,.. ...... Ar... Brunewlck..Lv ...... 11311& ". '.64t. .
drawn qr ...... ... ...... 12271' ...... 11501 Ar..8avannah. ...... ses' ...... I 6m600p ....
his fertilizers. If the fertilizer Hoops are fairly tight, but not ..... ..... 1231\p ... ... 11119a L..8ayannah. ...... 11011& 114.\1&1 2M" .:::"
entirely so, and staples driven over ...... ...... 933p 220p ..... I Ma Ar. FairfaxB C..Lv.,.. .. 1S00a ..
... ....;.10301' 3Mp.,. .. 242a It ..Denmark.BO ...30ea 310a,121AtI' ..
low in Potash the them
is too to prevent them from sagging ...... ...... ...... liMp ...... liMa .Aupu t&Ga.. II ...... .. .. .. 5:! ... ...
: when the silo is empty. After the silo ...... ...... 'h." 438p..... 4J1': to ColumbiaS.C. .. .... 124ia .....:';10 3t.a ......
harvest is sure to be small, and Is filled if the swelling of the wood ...... ...... ...... .. ... . .. 11211& artanbnr .8011 ...... .. .. : ......
f ...... ...... ..... 140)1) of heYiUe, .C. ti .... 2051 .: : i.. .,
of inferior (from moisture absorbed) causes too ...a... ...,.. .. ... 8101 :..... IIfNJa Charl tteN.C. ....:, Ifl20p ....::. A1Vd' : .,:..;
quality great strain on the hoops they be .... ...... ...... 10111p ..... 1047a a. Sallebury: + N. C. ...... 8211p ......1 84.a .
can $ .. .... ...... ...... 1127p.... .. Ull1p "Gree Ilboro N.C" ...... ... .. ..
,'. Our books tell about the proper fertilizers loosened as may be necessary. fjw .. .... ... .. ...... 1231'>& .. ... IMp to Danville,Va. ..... Bnp ...... ] 41la! ...."i:
...... :.. ... ... .. 8COa .. ... 1125p RlchmondVa. ......1200n ... ..
for all crops, and we will gladly tend them o .. .... ...... ...... 241\1\ ...... 3211p :: ; :: ...... aMp...: ::!1111Op ::....'
free to any farmer IUr4 Macaroni Wh .<*. 1 y111e ...... .. .... ...... 4/1Oa/ .. .... lS2Sp Cl arlotteevllle. ...... 21/11'/ .22'1.2M.I:, .,.....
It is reported that the work of the ...... ...... ...... 7Ma.... .. 905p Waebington .. ..11111a .::::: II ...
Ot /MAN KALI WORKS, ... ... ..... ...... 912a ...,11211))> Baltimore It ..... 9423...... .....I
department of agriculture last year ... .. ...... ...... lI3 a .:.. .. 25na Philadelphia I,' ...... T20a ......i 7M"I'I ......!
93 NMMU St., New York in bripglng new species of grain to ...... .... .. .. .. .. '''h. 623a rewYork to ......12111a... .. 2r.opl. .......
-- -.,..-.-- .--- this country from Russia and SiberiaIs .... .. .. .... .1 .... 203p.... ... 3001'. "......Boston. ....." .. ., .. beep ,:..::.j. IIfIOa'' ...".".,

to be followed this season with ob- 8203..... ..... .. ... 74/1p/ Lv Jacksonville AI' ...... .. .. .... .. i ii
Tri-'V cckly Sailings 1030a .. .... .. .... .. .. .. liMp Ar.... Everett..Lv ...... ...... ... ..
r.AA servations of cereals In the west. A 440p ...... ... ... ..... liMa .... Atlanta.. .. ............. ...... 84ft
special agent will investigate with a ...... ..... .. .... 9211& ..Chattanoolla.. It .................. .. liMp
view to Introducing and establishingin .720p.... ............ ..... 7'30p" ...Clnclnnatl... It .. .. ...... ...... I .flap.....
New Mexico and Arizona hard No. 34 makes! connection for Brunswick arriving: Brunswick 11:3,1 a. m.
$ wheats suitable for the manufacture For New Orleans trail leaves Jacksonville 9:20 a. m., with through eleepn
riving new Orleans 7:40 a. m. (,..11 through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from \i
of macaroni equal to the genuine Italian "
( at Charleston S. C. both ) leans 7:26 p. m.
5' r macaroni. ways ST.EEPING CAR_!__n _SERVICE.___ ___A
SILO BUILDING. Non 35 and<< 36 Fast Mall, Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville. and the
How to Open a New nook Clnr
r r Hold the book with its back on a The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service Sleeper' NOB.via 33 and Asheville.34 carry through sleepers between Jacksonville and :New York In connect ;
Eicfal Polnln From Hxperlpnce at smooth or covered table let the front 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. .
the Cornell Slndon. .36 carries Cincinnati Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta
board down then the other holding the Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This Is brought to Jacksonville by No.37.
The stave Mlo has leaped Into such leaves in band while All ha will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the
sudden popularity as to ludlcnto that one you open a office 202 Hogan Street,as well as at the Union depot ticket office. city L
few leaves at the back then few at The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.]
It Justifies the claim that It keeps tho a L. A. SHIPMAN, A. G. P. A. F.C. WRIGHT Dls. Pass. Agt., 202 W Bn,,

ensilage perfectly and Is easily and the front, and so go on, alternately Direct Service Between A. O. MacDONELL, Gen. Pans Age;
opening back end front, gently pressing
cheaply constructed.( The great objec
tlou to silos has been their rust and the open the sections till yon reach the Jacksonville and Boston and all Eastern Points =
center of the volnine. Do this two or
tact that much of the enfillllijte.WliS liable
three times! and will 'obtain the
to mold. The stave silo Is designed yon Charleston S. C. both
(Calling at ways)
best results. Open the volume violently 5Outherit..m a
to overcome both these defects. Cor-
I Ia or carelessly any one place and you SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS: .

will likely break the back and cause a Southbound..from Lewis Wharf, Boston

start in the leaves. Never force the Northbound.,,.......................... ......,........... from foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville -- RailwayExcellent

back. If it does not yield to gentle .

opening rely upon it the. back is too.

tightly or strongly lined. !I Clyde's St. Johns River Line.
A connoisseur
many years ago an

excellent customer of mine,' who BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND' SANFORD. Service Out of Florida. .
thought he knew perfectly how to han

dIe bonks came into my office when I Jacksonville,Palatka, !:Sanford Enterprise, Fla.and intermediate landings on the St.Jolm's River. '

bud an expensive binding just brought STEAMER r NORTH EAST, WEST.

from' the bindery ready to be sent home. "D. .MUItGHISON,"

He,, before my eys took bold of the CAPT. W. A. 8qA.W. ',

volume, and tightly holding the leavesIn Leave Jacksonville 1S:00: p. m.,Tuesdays and Saturdays.. THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS THOBOUGrHTlB
each hand instead of allowing them Leave Sanford 6:00 a.m.tMontlays.and Thurs::fay.. ,

free play violently opened it in the COACHES: VESTIBULED TRAINS.

center and exclaimed: "How beautifullyyourbindhgsopenl" .
almost fainted GenM Passenger_ and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
t tie had broken' the back of the volume .
and it had to be 'relonnd.-"M W. 1[. WARBURTON T. P. A., B Bowling Green,New York. f -. 204 West Bay Jacksonville, Fla. via JactaonvUle, Savannah and Columbia;;without change
BARREL STAVES USED AS STAYS. Bookbinding Practically Considered..''" O. P.:LOVELL, Asst.. Fla. 8upt.. } JOHX. L. HOWARD;Superintendent. .
: nell station has lately Issued a bulletin by William Matthews.Got Jacksonville,Fla. | Foot Hogan: St.,Jacksonville Fla. "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."
TIIEO. G. KOKK, T. M.. B Bowling Green New York.
; No. 107, In which Professor Clinton WM. P LYDE & CO.,General Agent, Pullman DrawinrBoom Buffet Sleeping.Cars between Jacksonville and N, T
gives a full and detailed description the Wrong Woman. S Bowling Green,New York; la So. Delaware Ave.,'Philadelphia. via Savannah and Colombia. w

with many Illustrations of the manner A pastime which obtains among the .

r of building a stave silo. farm classes of Korea, known as the Embracing Lynchburg, Charlottesville,

Among points of Interest Is the use "packing off of widows';" consists 'of a. Washington, Baltimore and Phlladelpb

of old barrel staves to aid In maintaining raid\ by some disconsolate widower' aqd, Florida East Coast Rye
Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping Can
to Macon
a circular outline When setting up his friends on some village known to contain Cincinnati.. Atlanta ChattanoopThrough'Pullman

the staves of the Rllo. These are removed a widow the forcible abduction -
young TLME TABLE NO. 21, IN 'EFFECT JUNE 11, 1899.
,- before the silo is filled. For" a : of the lady in question and her mar Sleeping Cars to

silo 16 feet In diameter flour barrel riage to the widower. An instance of SOUTH BOUND (Read Down. NORTH BOUND (Read Up). Cincinnati via Columbia and Asheville
staves have the right curve. For a 12 this: kind has recently come to our no .s o89N08ll' o82 ,

e, toot silo the sugar barrel stave la well tice. A widower living in one of the Dally STATIONS. No. Daily -
{ ... kilo Doilj DallyTl BX8U1065a C J "LAND OF THE SKY."
:N adapted while cement barrels give ,
villages of Kangwha with 11 friends .w 4151\ 9ll 1a ve..Jaekaonvllla......,......'....Arrive p615p ;' '
good staves for a :20 foot silo. went to'a hamlet close to the walls of h 815p 10 BOa Arrive.Leave. ............,..8t. Anguatln*...............Leave 620p 94-Sa Aa Dally Limited Trains For Cincinnati via Everett.
Two men work, one at the top and'' 520p lUSSa' ...............St. Aulr\1l1tine..Arrive 940a OH
} Kangwha city where a. widow lived It .. ....... ... ._. .. *
i 116 p 11 \Ida .. .. > .. Hastincra, .. .... Leave UOp 904a :ego:
the other at the bottom to the
+ set up and seized and curried off atter'eo'me; ; 7 I 1166aUOOa Arrive................_.Palatka........ .. ...".Lt ave HOp 820a :: 0 For detailed information M to rates, schedules! sleeping oar reservations, eto., sm
staves of thesilo rapidly. As soon as what of a battle a young lady. It so o 545 p Leave. ............... Palatka..Arrive 640p 910ftT48a 8S&3&g: any agent of the SODIHIKN RAILWAY or its coanec OIlIlo.

a stave Is set In position It Is toenalled happened, however that they had mistaken -' I 4 Tasp616p ...... Arrive................Ban Mateo. .. ..........Leave 11141a)

8t the top to the one previously set. ; the house and unfortunately got -711. Leave ......._.......SanMateo.................Arrive Imp ...... 0
;t One barrel stave reaches across severnl hold of the lady. Early the next .s USOa ......:.........East Palatka..Le6ve 5 top 7 01, R. W. HUNT, Florida Pass..Agt, 213 West Bay Street, Jacksonville
of the silo staves to each of which wrong h e o S 7 lap 12: Nip .. ..................Ormond.................. It 847p 713a P. td1.41i J. M. GULP W. A TURK 8. H. HARD 1C
I morning an indignant posse came in i 755p'.IOBp ................. .' Daytona .r.,............ SBflp 7 Ola6M M. Traffic ,
d It should bo nailed with a phlnglo nail. pursuit. butthe men who bad commIt.ted A. ern 8J6p) 118p It ...............Port Orange ........... .... 8 2Op 011O.a. q Waah1nitoD.Manager i3. 0. Gen. Pass. Art Asst. Gea. Pass Afi,
; One row of barrel staves Is nailed 820p IMp ." .......,.......New Smyrna..-............ 8 0.'p 6 BOa dOll Waah1nitoll.'f). a AtlaaM!
near : the dastardly deed succeeded in w Snip 2221 It ..........?..... OalcHiU .................. It ROSa :: .... April 10,. 1 899.
the top and another near the bottom eluding them. The lady bow- llSOp 80up ..................TltusvtllsCitr ... .............. I' 145p 6BOUoT a .tit....rt _. ,
of the silo. Southern Is called young 51 51"o' .... SUlpatwp( It ................. Point..,.............. 115p ..,oo 0
cypress ever, was rescued and after the house : ....................Cocoa.................... 1 tap ...... 5i
( ( the best material for a stave silo. of the widower and its contents had a 9 ...... 841p It .................Rockledge............" 104p ..... -
' Sound hemlock tree from knots Is the : .. ...... 411p It ................Ban Game................. 12 Blip ...... tIi :: q
s t been completely demolished ehe was ''III ...... 421p ..."............Melbourne................. 12 ZIp ...... II MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE
} cheapest satisfactory material. For a: escorted home in triumph by her bus- ...... 4B7p ..................Koselnnd................. 1148a1143a .... t! !'AlII
silo 12 feet or less in diameter staves i .. ... ...... BOlpaisp ii .....,............Sebastian................... ..t, .. ,
C band and his friends.-Kobe Chronicle. ... 1S62p .................St. Luole................. 105.Sa: ......
should bo 2 by 4 unbeveled not ...... It .................Fort Pierce. ............... U 10 fI11 Florida New York
;, tongued nor grooved or 2 by 0 slightly M ; . 641p64Dp .............. .....Eden....,............... .
beveled to conform to the circular The in : !OWp! .. ................ .Stuart ................... 19 208 From Brunswick direct to New York.
M b ,
t ehapo'of the silo. Where the diameter people'of Gangntla. Bengal Dally '2ip! It ...............Kobe Sound............... 91fl907a Dally ( )
have a barbarous practice called hook o KxTuuTIStt 'UPp813p ................WestJupiter................ ElBUITBOp Q +'' PASSENGER SERVICE.
of the silo is more than 12 feet, 2 by swinging. They deck themselves out o .............We t Palm Beach............. 883a b Jack
with garlands, and then assemble together Jot 848p .. .... .,... .Deirny. ............. lOU p.HUI ... on Thursdays at 8:20 a. m., via Fernandina and 00'\fs
i tongued nor grooved, but surfaced to undergo the most horrible tor- 402a IIlIip .........t.ForLauderdale.............. 707a( 745pe14a1o20p t (Cumberland Route). Arrive Brunswick 0:XO p.m.
'n on tho Inside, and hemlock .............. Lemon City............... 624aAlSa BS&p yea route. Or, via all rail, leaving Jacksonville 4:30: p. w;
should be both nre. A wire ab.outa quarter of an inch 6 4a 10 Blip) Arrive ..... .. ... .. .. .Miami. ... ........... SSUp .M f & 1'.), via Everett and Southern R'y. Arrive lirunwK steame
pinned on sides. aboard
p. m. Passengers on arrival go directly
\ \\ The form of door recommended Is in diameter and seven feet long is IIKTWKKN: NICNV SMYRNA: AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTION
: pierced through the and then
V. : shown in the second cut together with tongue No. 8 No 11 l STATIONS.-4: : a805pt51 PROPOSED SAILINGS

ti) a side View of a stave with 'saw cuts I the wretched being will dance for over \ v......... ... .......... Now Smyrna. .......... .............. rfij; G1 P'851tp Lv.New York Pier 21 E. R., 3:00p. m., Standard Time. Lv.Brut
: half an hour with the wire still hang 1121a II ."..,.r................... Lake Helen .................. ..........Lv 1210p tOp : ( )
: for door and cleats bolted on tho out ,0'.>p111111a II ...... .. ..a.......... Orange City... ......................... II 1200u 424p405p1145aAr. Friday; July 28...:XOLOJUUO .....j. .. 'Friday: ,'
I ; side. The doors may be sawed outwherever lug through the tongue. ......... .. .. ...OrnngOCityJonotlon................ ... 11111.41&1) Friday, Aug. 4.. RIO OftANDE..............::.:.. .... ;
I Some of them form themselves into a All train..twt.'t.n Now 8mYI'ntt and Orange City Junction Dally except Sunday. Friday: 11........ ..........COLOKAliO.Friday,
convenience suggests but row and then sewed together by Friday, 18..RIO GRANDE....... ....Fri'.U/.'
t are awire
tho lower door should bo made between 11hTWi:l'.N'I'IIU.VILLIA\1). : ANFnJ). Friday 85/ COLORADO Friday.For
needle threaded with cord.
t the second and third hoops from No.111 I BTATIONa.. No.IInap general Information,steamers, trains, rates, etc., apply to any railroad agent ort*
t the bottom and the other doors In are sowed by the arms and look like 7 OUa Lv. ....................................Titywvill-..................................Ar 251 BASIL OILL S. A. 220 W.Bay St.Jackass>
', every herrings on a wire when ready for the T : ......................................Mina..............,.....................r.Lv ,
',i second space between hoops, except S ,.........................;...........Osteen...................................... II lU7aUBSa Tt. II. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick, Ga.
that no door is needed at the book. 8 1:1&// ...."..............................Enterprise. ......................r..... as
t' top. It is thought that the victims are S (> ............................ .Enterprise Junotion............................... .. 112 a C. I1.l\IALLORY.General Agent, Pier 20, E.River, and 385 Broadway, N. y.
The staves are sawed on a bevel with 911111t Ar. .. ... .. ..' .. ..... ... .. .., . ..sun! ford..., ......... ..... .... ............... .. 11 00. --,, --
drugged befcrehuud owingto -
':'. the larger opening on the inside of the considerably All trains between TltuHvulo ana Kuurord Dally except Sunday.
tho sullen dazed expression they

I wear throughout, but sometimes one or I KEY WEST AND HAVANA. PLANT
two faint and lire with great difficulty
I ii'' The uteamara of the Florida Kant Const Steamship Company are appointed to sail .. follow
brought round again.
; h'I.I1''o I' From Miam 1IJU:: Po m. TuellIaYIl liudJ'ridayll.! Arrive Key -
"Oily of Iry Weo.t 1:30 p. m.. Wedueada1s and S4tUrda1" Train M connects
1Vhen Home I. H"ect. '"...." tu 1111,1 with steamer

Fewer wives' would sit lonesomely at front I'OU' Weo"t t'rom Key Wellt 3:30 p. m. Wedneadays and SaturdAYL Arrive ;you are going anywhere whether It be to the
I11r"et. Miami:30a.m.Thurada .and SundR s. connectlnll with train 78.
home while their husbands roam elsewhere
".".( 'ruUl Mi"m( ti w m. Mondays and Thursdays Arrive Key North South
In search of entertainment' If 15terwmhip t- East West
1V est r p. m. Mondays and ; Leave Key WelllC 8 p. m..wl"Hsvaua .
) r more wives realized that home& shouldbe same darB. Arrive URvana and .1'rida'L!
1 I.. I tliI. something besides a clean place to From 1I""uI&iUnlf direct for Miami. 11.. m. Tuesdays Northwest or Southw
Fridays Arrive Miami b ADd
cat and sleep In. Men '"hate" wom and Iry W..1It. cOIlIlt'ctln with train 78. a. m. Wednesdays Saturdays.

en's tea and large show functions Remember that the PLANT SYSTEM of and Steamship LIII
parties Railways
Them Time Table show the tlimwat which train*ana boats may be expected to arriv M
but they like dinner and supper depart from the several .station and ports, but their arrival or departure at the ttixM gateways at Port Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville Charleston, Mongoraery
stated U guaranteed, nor doe the Oumpany hold iUelf renponslble for any delay or any
-u-- J. parties. Many families refrain from oonsoquenoes arising therofrom. and various other points, with Its all the ;year round DOUBLE DAIL'SEB

entertaining because they cannot do For copy of local time card call at &M West Bay Street Jacksonville or address Is the best route, and that all information obtained promptly by a,ll ld"
: so ou an expensive scale. It la, how J. P, BECKWTTII. Trafflo Manager J. 0. RAHNER A. G.P. .. can

ever possible to give small dinners and .... Aogostine,.__ .-__..-.._---. or calling on

suppers that are both enjoyable and F. M. Jolly, Division Passenger .\JCD:

.nexpenslve. Ask people who eitherdo 138 West Bay St., Astor Block Jacksonville\ '
or will like each other and It you
wish the women to have $ good time JOB PRINTING: B. W. \Vrenn Passenger )olJanaser. Savannah, Ga.

have just as many men guests as women ---
aooo FORM or DOOK guests. It the men are to have a

silo The doors are planned for and good time make sure that some of the OF ALL KINDS The ADVOCATE does
neat clean Job Printing.
the sawing started (to save boring women are pretty and flattering. Men ,

auger holes) when the staves are set like to be flattered. Oh, yes, they do.- Executed at theADVOCATE I

1 uu. The door i 18 usually 2 by 23S feet. Gentlewoman. PRINTING OFFICE. : ( Prices to Suit the Ti'!

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1 _:... "It Is surprising fact. says Prof.
llemlersonville, N. C.XCOTE INRIAN) :: RIVER EO'rEJ: :... _' _.._ ..r louton, "that in my travels\ In all parts
'. of tbo world, for tho last ten years, I
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wi have met more people having used
INDIAN RIVER, Orcen's August Flower than any otherremedy
for dyspepsia, deranged liver
I X. C. : FLORIDA and stonnch, and for constipation. I find
fur tourists and salesmen, or for persons -
e of Russia Is tho best customer
I czar
' First-class accommodation for limited number of guests, In a country of the clipping lmrt' u.I filling oftlco positions, whore head'
dies nUll bad from irregular
general feelings >
' and a half miles from town J. O. BAST Proprietor. I
two ; driving ,
bouse, exceedingly healthy, his net Christian .. -
beautiful scene..,.. Address. I Arthur J, Balfour !got habits exist, that Green's August
and II. C. STOKES name from the Duke of Welling- Blower l Is grand remedy. It does not

llemlersonville, The hotel fronts the ton, who was his godfather Injure tho system by (rriucnt) use, and
N. C. on
Is excellent for stomachs and Indlgcstlon.
wide of miles John I>. Rockefeller despite his millions sour -
fL44 sweep bay( "
Sample bottles free at F. S.ChnlTrc's .
In width), formed oy tho ., carries n plain cheap silver
.i drug store, Tltusvllle, Fla., or
JACKSONVILLE.MEKRITT'S. ? ?N1) !w' Indian River, making It a watch given him when he was a boy. J. P. Cooper's drug store, Cocoa, Fla.
( delightful summer resort. S. A. Johnson 'of Topt'ktIs
yf Colonel Sold by lenders all civilized conn tiles.
Constant cool .. .
?r ho oldest white native of Kansas.: He I -- -- -- -- -
i breezes from the sea and was born at tho Shawneo mission In Remember that the INDIAN IttVKnADVOCATK
bay. 'Flowing sulphur : does all kinds of job printingat
tix.rn. n spilngs. Special summer 1832. short notice. Send them an order
and a-t rates. Collis 1*. Huntington Is n fine yachtsman mind be convinced that It Is the place to
lotel Restaurant .and has n more thorough! knowledge inve job printing done.Glorious .
of navigation than most amateur ,

MAIN STREET, seamen. News

TItimlllc Hoarding Houses Dr. W. Seward Webb financier, likes Comes from Dr. I). II. Carglle, of
)ld Placidc, Jacksonville, Fla. to farm, and occasionally to run a railroad Washltn, I. T. Ito writes: "Four bot-
engine himself, just to show that tiCK of Electric titters has cured Mrs.
D RESTAURANT Open from 7 a. m. to 11:30: p. m. -- MRS. DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE TI'rU8VII.f., FLA. no man cnn do It better.J. Jrowpr of scrofula, which had caused
of the Great icr great suffering for years. Terrible
Plans. 1. Hill, president
Imerlcan and European j Board and room, 1.00 per day. When In need of white or rye Bread, pies, I Northern of railroads, Is a sores would break out on her head and
Florida Business Specially Desired. rakes, etc., go to Mrs. Delsner's City Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses, I. system with brown face, and the best doctors could give
hotels and families supplied. short man, swarthy, eyes no help, but her\ cure Is complete and
.50 todap$1.001American.} European J 75cts. to t2.00 and a face full of rugged Hues. her health Is excellent." This shows
per J 1 per day Dr, Richard J. Galling! of gun fame, what thousands have proved-that Eire

IA first-class Barber Shop In connection with the Hotel, conducted by D. W. 'BOUKNIGHT'S BOARDING HOUSE, 1'ITus"'Ir.LF:, FI.\ nays that the secret of his success was lie Hitters Is the best blood puiitier
known. It's the for
perseverance.. "Above nil, ho says supremo remedy
Good, airy and comfortable rooms. Board and room, One Dollar per day. "a young man should keep himself eczema, totter, salt rheum, ulcers, bolls
Special rates by week or month. nUll running HOICK.' It "tlmu1at,811vcr,
faliafcrro.Travelers' New O. BOUKNIGHT, l'roprletor.NIC busy tldneys and bowels, expels )poisons,
Hotel. Ex-President Harrison Is as great n helps digestion, builds up) the strength.
smoker now as \\'lIl'1hf! was In the Only il() ct>nls. Sold by F. S. Chalice,
Management. White House nud Is rarely seen In the druggist. Ouuirantccd.
AREND'S- street, except when smoking Ito Is nn -
ilus. N. F, GARCIA, Proprietress. excellent Judge of tobacco.

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. DEPOT FORBartholomay's President( Txiubrt of Franco has given FREE

orders for four \portraits ,of himself

Electric Lights, 'Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. Rochester Beer nil of which are to bo completed( by CONSULTATION
fall. Ito has also ordered portraits of
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. all tl'i premiers who have served since wlth'ourtliomo: ticatmcut. Wo lUG

1 Take car at the,Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. Fine Wines and 1871. These )pictures\ will bo hung In )physicians; and you get tho benefitof
Liquors Cigars. tho Klysee. our expeiloner.) No matter what

MERCHANTS: LUNCH 12 to a P. M. 2I> CI NTS. J. K. Swcnrlngen of Kdgofleld, S. C., your trouble Is, how simple or howIhopeless

IOTEL O OXFORD JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Opposite '130 W.; Bay St. Jacksonville, F)orlJa. a nephew) of Senator Tlllnmn, who has \ wo'cnn do you good, andIf

,, St. James Hotel.] not seen a gleam of light since he was we can't wo will honestly tell you

child was graduated from tho South so. Thousands of tired, weary, sick
of the
Convenient to all parts city, commodious rooms, comfortable and
homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a ploasant Take some boiled cold cod nnd remove HOW TO NURSE THE, SICK.' Carolina college as first honor man and hopeless people) have been entirely
stay. Hates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a. trial when in. Jack- carefully nil skin nnd bones; boll -- -. --- with the highest] record ever made In and )permanently cured by
Benilhle Iliilen to Ol>*ere In the Care that Institution.It .
sonville. the skin nnd bones in a. pint of white
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. stock for two hours, reduce Its by boll- I'atlenln... Is not generally known that .Cap COMPOUND

Ing .to the quantity required. Strain Choose 'a bright, .largo and cheerful tale Slgsboe, late of the Maine, Is tho
the stock season with cayenne nnd room, nnd one with a fireplace, but Inventor of a dt't''n.) Bounding machine OXYGEN

PABLO BEACH. anchovy essence and sa't. Thicken the have very little furniture and, very few for which he got medals from Why not tnlio heart again and investigate
It ornaments.The Prussia and England. He nlso Invented
Slucc'with butter and flour. When
Is smooth and thick, stir In a cup of nlr the patient breathes should nn Ingenious parallel ruler for me- this giant principle Wo Lave

Hotel Pablo 1 : PABLO- Y.TIIE-SEA, FLA. milk. Just bring to a boll and stir In lIe very pure. An open window'nud: chnnlcnl drawing.ExGovernor thousands testimonials. Send for
the best of ventilation. > book on homo treatment wonderful
fire arc menus ,
the fish. Grease a pie dish, sift a layer Lev I P. Morton
of fine crumbs over it, put the fish Into Keep the room scrupulously clean. Use transferred to his wife, Anna Living- cures to tho' sick, eta, free

Only one block south from Station. Large veranda on front nnd side. First- the dish and over It a thick layer of a damp duster. eton Morton, his country estate,
class bath house with Sulphur Shower" Baths and suits for Sea Bathing. Bed bread crumbs nnd small pieces of but- Avoid all noise, but there should- 1.10 known as IMIorslle, situated on tho DRS. STARKEY & PALEN
rooms largo, light and airy. Single rooms 10x21, family rooms 18x21: ; also ter. Bake for a quarter of an hour In no whispering.' In extreme cases piecesof ( east bank of tho Hudson, near HIiliH- ,
connecting rooms 10x14.. Artesian water throughout building. None but the coal should be wrapped In pallor .
finest food products used. Rates, $2 per day; $7> to $10 per week. a hot oveu. and a. wooden poker used. fllff.nUll occupied Tho property by Mr.has Morton boon and owned hid 1112 O h'nrll.8t., IMilIn., Pa.

SYDNEY HAIGII, Proprietor, flowers should bo lcltn.wny' foil
How to Itnke Oiitoui. Many pay family for about ten years Ot 17 WillVirginia
Former Proprietor*,Colonnades Hotel, Daytona. Butter a baking dish and lay in it from sickrooms, lest they exhaust Mrs. Ellen M. Henrotlu; president of ..,I r. I .---. .

raw onions cut In slices half nn Inch the air. That Is the case wl'lhROtHf the Federation of Women's Clubs, Is
thick. Hake them pale yellow and llofrers, as lilies and lilacs but a
the wife of a successful Chicago broker -
then tnke out of thc oven.. Sprinkle few roses! or violets!! will prove,to bo rovlvlug Sho has studied her husband's
-- with salt and pepper and cover with to weary eyes and depressed business, nn shin believes every woman

Hotel. one-fourth of nn Inch of'grated crumbs spirits. should do, and has been of consider
;:-.7 ry.o Algonquin II and cheese In equnl parts. Return to The nurse should never stand at the able' helot to him, having tho history of You loam all about Virginia Lands,
melt'tlmocheese. head of the bed, but where she eon'easily
/ the oven Just long enough to
r all the stocks on tho market at her
jtrt7 y fi s f' King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. l lIe seen. The nurse must have fingers' ends. I Us resources, pioducts, modoof cultivation
r l: great patience and bo firm In carryingout / prices, etc., by leading tho
M':f i' Refitted newly furnished and
IP'." 1 limn to ,Crrnm Clnni. : the doctor's! orders. She should bo Virginia Farmer." Send lOcts.
U r :: now management: !: located
l Centrally One quart clams] I'/d cups hot mflfc She should THE GLASS OF FASHION.
r"d lu never
{ i + near all points of Interest. Largo sample tidy appearance for 'I month subxoilptlon to the
I !11r! 1/'I/ "a,, room for use of traveling men. Ovoi- one-half teaspoon' salt one-quarter ,teaspoon argue with tho patient. Farmer Co, F.mpoil.i: Va.
>' looking Plaza and Monuments. A full white pepper two even tea It the patient desires reading; or If Organdie dresses call for Hat hats ._
BJ l ) ----------- --- 'Yss
f .Err/; view of tho ocean and oiling breakers spoons butter one tablespoon of flour; 1 reading aloud I U not trying to the laden with flowers and foliage. A lint

I\!! ",., if from the piazzas. Baths: gas, electric; I hick over the clams nnd chop the hard nerves, It should bo done slowly Never Been recently to go with such gown $ Choice .
bells and a perfect ByBto.ni of sewerage; parts; strain liquor and put In a saucepan : hurry or raise the voice unduly, was of gray straw, covered with sweet WlnosLiquors

Rates; $2.00 to $2.50 per day. SlcCla1mtcs by the,week. to heat; add chopped' parts of Food should be given (punctually.Milk peas mind stNUR.' tan
and Cigars
Open all year. v C. F. COX, Proprietor. clams and cook until tender, removingscum Is a (perfect food.. In acute cases Chiffon HOB have staid longer and
--- as It rises. Add the milk, cream of Inflammatory diseases Iced milk Is taken a stronger hold than many Guaranteed Pure
the butter and Hour, odd a little of the of 'the greatest advantage, but Iho use i prophesied. AH n finishing touch to Sold at educed

PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. hot milk and clam] liquor, turn Into of Ice In any form must not bo pushed the costume these fluffy scraps, with price
Bauccp'iu!' and' stir until It thickens. too' fur BO as to lower the temperature their elaborate! ends, aro Invaluable

This hotel is now open:: for ROOMS: ONLY It 'is centrally located, near Add then the soft part of the minutes'clams. of the patient unduly. Tho Juiceof White handkerchiefs( nro always best 71:4.: i a' Import Tukuy. Wine,
Postoffice, Bank and Cathedral. Bait and pepper and coole'C meat extracted with cold water Is taste. An odd, fad I I" to have tho full from Italy.]

looms: SOcts to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to $0.00 per week; nourishing. Weak patients (should surname embroidered In small letters

V. D. SANCHEZ, Manager Stennr How the to potatoes Make Potato lu their Snow Jackets t never !be left 'more thnn two bourn across!! tho corner, with tho crest or n John B. Togni ,
without food.] Let It be well cooked device of ono's own choosing: surmounting -
-.-- __ ___. _._.n__ .,. .. till quite] tender poet them and rub and daintily served' -variety Is good. It MetiopoHtan Saloon, 12-1 East Bay St..
through n wire sieve or machine Into a
SEABREEZE, FLA. Never leave food nt' tho Invalid's bed Thero la: no Ifioonstaut whim of fashion JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
hot vexctalik: dish piling\ high tilt'ceutel'
side. that will ever banish tho shirtwaist {'holeM"le and Itelitll.,...
It Is /good for a patient to be washed Dntno Fashion" ( seems to have -. .-- ---- --
The Colonnades SEABIiEEZE, FLA Hot to Make Itlinhnrh Jrlly. as the skin has work to do null accepted) tho Inevitable, though alma
Son om heaping tablespoon I of must bo; (kept In working order WashIng has laude many vigorous attempts to Tho Largest and Most Coiu-

gelatin In one-half cup of cold water. allays thirst, IOHHUIIH fever, soothes' I I mar Its starched IJlauty-NJw York plato Establishment South.

Since the burning of the Inn, I have leased this popular house, which will remain Take one pound( ) of rhubarb wash, cut the nerves and Induces sleep.( Tribune. .
open all summer. Surf bathing, Ocean pier, fine fishing, shade trees, etc. In small pieces. If tender It will not This should be given punctually. Always Passementerie for tI'lmlUlng111 housed I GEO. S. HACKER & SON,
Terms reasonable. Bus meets all trains at P.iytona Station:: need to be peeled; I If not perfectly tender shake the bottle. Read the label. thin early fall. BpuUKlcn! will coiJ-'

HERBERT E. SMITH, Lessee you can peel It. Make a sirup with Always give medicine In a clean glass, tlnue In favor. lieadu will bo neon In
one cupful granulated sugar and one- Aperients, are given before food; tonics all the 'shades of ruby, emerald, '
half cupful of cold water; to this add are given after food. sapphire and amethyst The opaquo)
the rhubarb cook until tender; then If special orders are given, poultices
Beach NEW HOUSE, ; no beads In tll"lUohlCleurl.\ coral and trt ,
House add the dissolved gelatin and) Juke'ot are made of linseed. Warm n Jade will also bo used. ,

NEWSea FURNITURE. one lemon. Take off fire pour into a. basin and knife pour In basin water The tinvernal) adoption of tho ribbon
mold and set Iri \Ice to harden. quite boiling, sprinkle' In meal with the!
Ureoze avenue; one minute from; Beach. Tnblo first-class. Sea Food a left hand, stirring briskly' with knife stock collar ban been tho mcaus 'of'l rMANUFACTURERS
specialty Day, $$1.00; Liberal weekly terms Address How to Cat Whalebone. In, right When' the mixture Is thick !bringing In ,many new ribbons. I

G. W SCIIUYLER, When you want to cut whalebone, (enough turn on (fo a piece of flannelette vet ribbon will brglu a reign In tho
Call In fact, everything that can bo
warm It by. the fire.
Beach House, Soabieezo, Fla. -----.-.-- -, and spread evenly! Change every wade of"velvet will be. Capes) tunica, -....... _.
I 'II'I A WONDEHFUL CURE.OF four hours Hot oil applied( l on'flannelIn dresses coats cloaks, hats, ehlrts ; -.;,",!::i'iifit; J '. -:":,:tit
home than hot
-4 safer as a remedy
everything will bo velvet, and velvet
DIAJtllHOEA.A poultices. !Saturate a piece of old flannel .
;'; K with oil heat It and apply over means turn as,well. OF

HOMESEEKERS ..... .. .. ... ; 5' Prominent Virginia Editor cheat covered with fomentation wadding.To i, food done Seme Doors, Sash Blinds,
Had Almost Given Up, but wring out a place Thel Mexican !burros uncertain where
Vas Brought Hack to Perfect an ordinary towel across a hand basin trf< with ends hanging over; put on It a the nurfuco of the ground. One ob- Moulding & Building Material
Who are Seeking a Home In the South should send to the undersigned for a Health by Chamberlain Colic, double piece of flannel 1 and fold towel server. writes:

spy of the Cholera and Diarrhoea Itcmo- over. Theo pour on boiling water and] "We had found water In, an arroyaof Office A: Warerooms, King, opposite
dy.-Kcad this Editorial. wring by ends. Take the flannel out. a nufllcleut quantity to make coffee Cannon Street.Charleston .

From the Times, HilUtllle, Va. give ono shake and apply lightly. when wo taw three burros. ucarch

FloridaEast I Buffered with diarrhoea for long log for water. They passed several ,. S. C.
Coast Homeseeker. time, and thought I wan past being It Is Just a* Important damp places, examining! the ground .

cured. I had spent much time and money That you enrich and purify your blond closely, when tho leader! halted! near us Sash Weights Cord and
und suffered so much misery that I In the fall as In the spilng.\ At this and began, had almost decided to give up all hope time, owing to decaying vegetation, a dry eaud. Having dug a hole something Hardware. <
of recovery and await the result, bqt low water level, arid other causes, there over a foot In depth, he backed! ';.
noticing advertisement of Chamber disease all about and a .
We aro germs
have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and tOJWinter lain's Colic, Cholera and Dlarhoea Remedy weak and debilitated system quickly out and watchot. )'t Inteiitly. To our Window and Fancy Glass1 'j*
and also some testimonials stating yields to attacks of malaria, fevers, etc surprise It soon began to fill with wator. -
Summer Homes., Climate the healthiest In the United State bow some wonderful cures had been By purifying and enriching your blood Then be advanced, took a drink A SPECIALTY.Palmetto I
wrought by this remedy, I decided to with Hood's Sarsaparilla you may buildup and stepped aside for his com'lanlonl1.to
Apply to try It. After taking a few doses .I was your system to resist these dangersas drink When they went away, wo :
f entirely well of that trouble, and I wish well as coughs, colds, pneumonia ana drank from their well and found the Drugstore, Daytona
JAS. E. INGRAHAMi Land Commissioner, to say further to my readers and fellow the grip which come with colder weather ,water to be, much cooler than any we ,
sufferers that I am a hale and heartyman To be on tho safe side, take Hood1* had found! for many a ,day. There H Drugs, medicines,chemicals,fine toilet A
'FLORIDA EAST COAST K'Y, today, and feel ai well as I ever Sarsaparilla\ now, and alway be sure I It no witchcraft about Mexican burros. soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and 'I
did In my life.-O. It. Moore. Sold by is Hood's and not something else represented horse ." fancy toilet articles great variety. ''J
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. all druggists and medicine dealers. to be "Ju t as good. but they, have good seuse.V M, UUSTOX, i>ropr.7. 1

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O'N BOARD STEAMSHIP IRO- A Sadden Death.. Summer Excursion Rates to nil
Carroll cat Goldsmith
u I I QUOIS, 'FROM JACKSON- the Resorts.
We are sorry to to record the t ,
VILLE TO N. Y. death of Mr. G. M..Page, who was found -
dead about daylight on Saturday morning Summer excursion tickets are on sale of All KiM''

"Titusville Regulars;" distinguished In a car .used by the' carpenters In from June 1st, to September 30th.. limited Crockery, Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE ., Your patronage Solicited"
by prompt and, regular attendance at the employ of the Florida East Coast to return October 1st.{ 1899! via
meals, each member appearing promptly Railway Company. Mr. Page was found the Southern Railway at very low rates, FLOItIDA I

sometimes prematurely, at table at by Mr. Uslna on his knees and elbows, to resorts In Virginia, North and South -
sound of the his bcxjy) resting against a keg of nails Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia and the

Mr. and Mrs.gong.T. T. \Vetmore, Mr. and and his head twisted In such a way that Northwest. EI.: I. ::se.. ..:D Go Ji :S o.
5 BENJ W.\ JEROME.. Mrs. L. A. Brady, Mrs. Walker, Mrs. his face was turned towards his heels. "Summer homes" folders, maps, "Landof

Sweet and Messrs. Anthony and Hirohm In failing he had struck the car door, the sky" pamphlets and other Interesting Groceries Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple &: Fancy Groceries fr
which had twisted his head in the manner literature sent free to any addressby ,
{ State Representative PENNSYLVANIA ; Indian a party from the charming Indicated. The sheriff' was notified applying to R. W. Hunt, Florida And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, nay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Gro
IRON WOHKS CO., for River village of Tltusvllle, bound Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River 11:
for New York and other and Dr. B. It. Wilson called In. A jury Passenger Agent, 212: West Bay St., Jacksonville dealing exclusively!
the Sale of LOOK; GAS EN'UlNES, the points north. was sworn, who, on examination ,of the Fla.Please the above lino of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit your :
% Marine and Stationary By the courtesy of Captain Kemble, of remains brought; In a verdict of death Very truly, E.. L. BRADY & BRO., Tituaville patronit ph
Iroquois, they were assigned a tableof .
from natural causes. He had not been write whenever yo'u fail to
their -
and failed -
; Belting: Ajrcnt COWMAN ACETYLENEOAS never to prove -
themselves well for sometime and was taking medicines receive the ADVOCATE. -
MACHINES. Safest: Chtiip- worthy of the captain'skindness
pst and Best light for private dwell- by bravely standing by the and was respected by his fellow
t workmen., The supersitlon is that he & Motto
lugs iiu Off Cape Charles the Iroquois sighted i was taken ill during the night and had .
For and estimated I not gone many steps from his bed when S
1 address prices,! catalogues 'and a fishing steamer vessel standing flying signals by her.of distress Soon, disease of the heart overtook him. Mr. (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)

a I8ENJ. \V. JEROME. the steamer, and went the fishing on her smack way to sent Baltimore a- J. G.gang;Pope received, the foreman a telegram of the from carpenters Dr.- ...LA.vcryO1? ... Foreign, and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and WhisH' .

-r"I' RocUodjte,-Fl.i. -- boat alongside the Iroquols, bearing a A. B. Duncan, of Leesburg:, Oa., In- Bottled Beers Ales and Stout -
letter to be sent to the N. Y. Herald. structing him to forward the body to WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND -

-;' The Anheuser-Bnsch Brewing Asso'ion They had put on board the steamer a him, which was done, the remains leav- A First-class Line of Cigars. see Billiard and Pool Table
here COURTS.
which had ing Sunday.Mr. UNITED STATES
crew they rescued from
a Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention
; given to
FuinouR St. Louis Keg and llottlod Jlcer. wrecked vessel at sea. mrordors.
The had Zanebar was a passenger on yes Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titusvllle FUJ
party a delightful trip a
I' Hold I 1 h MM Titnavllle'Via.ity ,
y Loaley & Motlow, terday's southbound train.
smooth and of Title Famished
JIIr, J. U Cralifo, Cocoa, Fla.' sea sunny sky attending ABSTRACTS -
By Mr. W.J. Tucker, Fort 1'lorce, Fla. them all the way, and now from their -Mr. James Sanders, of Miami, arrlv
.. several destinations send greeting to all ed in town yesterday to spend a few: for Lands In Brevard and Dade INSURANCE. Protect Your
1 'r'; ...JOSEPH ZAPF... good friends who wished them bon days. FIRE
I voyage from far away fair Florida. Counties. Property Against ,
-Mrs. A. D. Penney and daughter, are -
Wholesale Beer and Liquors, expected home to-day, from Cocoa, LIGHTNING: : tin.d: 0-X-OX.C53XT23S.

ANY COLOR, CHEAPER than PAINT, ,where they' have been for sometime. 'We have a large List I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Life
Is Cabots'
West Bay Street, and Creosote Stains. Prices 53T" Reading notice ads. on this page Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. particulars'ruos.on C.application WATTS & Co.to are live cents per line per week.A of Lands owned by Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.

Jacksonville, Fla. For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CHAS.,S. SCIIUYLERTitusvillo ,
New Starch Factory.II. ourselves and clients. Fla.

FLORIDA AT OMAHA. Price for unimprovedlands
R. Wardell, of New York city, is In
DeLand, arranging to put in order and ,
Wholesale and Retail Fred Pffefer, Florida commissioner to operate the cassava factory at Stetson as $3 to $100

the Greater American Exposition at soon as the cassava crop is, ready to dig. .A HANDFUL OF HANDY THIS

DRUGS and MEDICINES Omaha, returned from Miami and the lie Is also arranging to purchase a large; per acre.
east coast last night He has everything tract of land on which to grow cassavato

arranged along the east coast for its supplement that raised by others,
. l' resentation, and a car load of tropical rep. and as soon as the amount will warrantIt WE have a few Residence, Orange to keep around the house, and that every
12!) East Street
Hay ,. products will reach here en route for they will increase the capacity of the, Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable one should be provided with, you will find

}: JACKSONVILLE, 'FLORIDA.J. Omaha today. The east coast exhibit factory and possibly erect another largerone. Prices Reasonable. \t in our stock of hardware, if you just stop
includes cocoanuts limes They they are in the business locations.
oranges, lemons say In and examine We have
our display.
i''' bananas, alligator pears, pineapples, to stay, and will do all they can to make everything
D. O'HERN pineapple wine pineapple digestive med. the growing of cassava profitable to the TITUSVILLE in kitchen utensils and housefurnisb-

Manager. icine, palms, an orange tree in fruit, farmers. OFFICES { and MIAMI. S- / ing goods handy ,tools of all kinds, and

pineapple plants in bloom and fruit, sis To The 5"1 many things that are necessary and useful
al hemp, a mounted tarpon, a keg of Deaf
that can secure for a small amount.
?',! For Sftlo. salted fish, Florida moss, shell and semItropical ii11 you

plants of all kinds. Also, an A rich lady, cured of her deafness and East Coast Meat MarketG.

At Daytona, Fla., five and ten acre acetylene gas plant from the factory at noises In the head by Dr. Nicholson's
lots choice vegetable and orange lands. West Palm Beach, making a full car.. Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10,000 to his JAMES PRITCHARD & SON,,

Cheap for cash, or will make liberal From middle Florida 'another car will Institute, so that deaf people unable to F. DUREN, Agent ,
terms. Address, reach here to-day, containing phosphate, procure the Ear Drums may have them OOjCD

IV.: C'OUKTLANn>> BUCKMAN, tobacco, cigars, grain, cotton, sirup, pre- free. Address No. 1134, The Institute,. o TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
served fruits, fancy pineapples and 780 Eighth Avenue, New York N Y.
\ 22 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. ..... .
velvet beans
plants mounted
''I a tarpon, U2 c ,
d '' and a photograph cabinet of. Florida
views. Cuban relics from Punta Gorda 2. THIS: : MAN
, ; Sam Perkins I IH Dyeing and from Arcadia oranges and other, P. L. Turbyfill, -_ wI'

)J"" fruits. The Manatee river car Is not a can not go toGARD ER'S 'special sale of his immense

t Gentlemen's clothing Cleaned, pressed ready, but will leave there October 1st. stock of
S a.nd repaired. Dyeing In all its branches. Livery Feed and Sale Stables
A. G. Chandler f ,
>) Chipley, will be in ,
Old made look
clothing to to
equal new. Furniture Goods Trunks Hats Shoes
charge of this exhibit Dry
and is
.1 All orders by mail or express promptly now arranging ,
: ;; attended to. Prices low. Work good. a plantation scene at the expos I have some of the finest horses and =.r- -U2 ,I etc. at
ition. From West Florida the commls CD Mattings, ,

1 't 1 Satisfaction SAM l'J<:ItIUNS guaranteed., Cleaner and Dyer, loge sloner exhibit has secured of mechanical from Lake work City by a col-the) carriages In this section of the country.Call In =ti j S Cost for Cash Aug. 25th to Sept 511

'IJ Y, Tltusvllle, Fla. pupils, and' from the expl.'rlment.station and see me. Reasonable rates. ;[Titusville, Florida.

; ,,'.' 10 years in Sanford, Fla. a few samples" of evervthincr. that Is. -rata m_ P. L. ,We wish to realize some ready; cash, and it is your good fortune. A genuine sale.
ed there. Turbyfill,
Goods charged at regular prices.
ID this car will be turpentine, sugarcane 'I .
corn, rice, broom-corn, cassava Waynesyille, North1 Carolina. HEAR & TAYLOR, Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville, Fla.
Semi-Tropical Nurseries.ORLANDO and preserved fruits of all kinds. The 8jan yr .

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FLA. free transportation as far as Jacksonville
and the commissioner states they To Orange Growers. When in JACKSONVILLE ?
1, SPECIALTIES iV i- have been courteous and obliging to him, 0THE ,
'NW Boone's Early-the' earliest and best assisting him whenever possible with ( Visit
Early Orange. his work. lIe will leave
to-day for Ar- Ean Collie Fla.
Aurantlum Pomelo, the'best GRAPE cadia and vicinity. I NOW HAVE The finest SALOON in the South.

FRUIT and TANGERINE ORANGE All the work has boon done without a
i TREES. cent of appropriation by tho State to 15,000 Grafted .
The best that
t. Carry a full line of Citrus trees, also help 'the, commissioner advertise the WM. KNAUER liquors money can buyof

Poach, Pear, Persimmon and Plum trees, State. .

Grafted Hoses und Scupernoug Grape 'The newspapers are also thanked by Orange Trees. Wholesale dealer in
vines Commissioner Pfiefor for their help and rr all the favorite.brands constantly on hand.
< <
-' James Mott courtesy shown him. The Omaha people On sour roots, 4.ft, and Branched. o .A. :t'f' :D Merchants' Lunch from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m., 15c., with bottle, of Export Beer.
Box haven .
17H. Orlando, Fla.jly28ocf. given gratuitously to the Stateof Will be ready for' trans-
:!8.Plncnpplo. Florida 3,200 square feet of space in -
the exposition buildings, fitted with planting Oct: 1 st, also 5,000 on Buy your candy from the Wholesale -
shelves and glass cases, and are paying lemon stock.
for the Candy House Call or BROTHERSV-'
transportation of all the exhibits GAY
The best trees in Florida at
from ,Jacksonville, except where railroads any write for prices.
have given free transportation as price. Parties on the vas coast .
Instanced by the Louisville & Nashville who want a fine article should Address:

Railway. write at once for prices, and Corner of Madison and Adams Sts.,
.The delay thus'far has'been occasioned Palatka Florida GROCERS
by the necessary slowness in makingall engage their stock. t ,JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .. .
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arrangements, but as next month These trees are undoubtedly the
will be the big month of the fair, the We make a Special Feature of our
: Florida products will be there in ample best In'the state, address, The Three Whys.

time. It takes the shipment about six Mail Order
days to roach Omaha from Jacksonville.Col. O. W. CONNER Department.

John J. ,Garrett
president OKLAWAHA '
Southern Exposition to bo held in New \WHY '
York In November, has written Commissioner with stale food, when you can Knowing how difflcult It Is in some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES

Pflefer, stating that he will be a. rn I buy the Southern Home Mocking Bird CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them tilled
glad to have the Florida exhibit broughtto ; LIGHT OAS LAMP 63 Food fresh every day at 25o per lb ; sent promptly and carefully; and we know the'quality and prices will be satisfactory.

New York on or about November. 1.- c5E4 g gsiNs anywhere lOo extra to pay.fieight. We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House in East Florida, and bare
Times-Union and Citizen. WHY suffer from CUILLS & FEVER many articles not usually found in other and smaller house;

when you can get a bottle of nr- SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
: s Thomas' Chill and Fever Tonic, guaranteed -
Killed by LIKlitnlii CI.I -
OanV > to cure for 50o. --
: Slips For Sale Tom Tiger, one of the largest and I= lla? ti WHY suffer from when a splitting HEADACHE bot- E. A.
can get a wADDELL
cd .... you .
finest Indians in the State of Florida,
: fCO Headache Cure that
I CHOICE RED SPANISH and Queen : 0.04 tle of Thomas' will ,
was killed by lightning on Monday, Aug. f
in short order for lOo.If. .
;::: M cure
Pineapple, Slips now ready. 28th, while making a canoe near his E+'tj c you Miami City and Dade _
I J, II. LKTOUUNAU, home on Lake Qkechobee, In the Ever PAT O MAY m, Ital. cc. o ClIO'-... ., R. THOMAS, Chemist and Druggist. County
Eden, Fla. glades, by himself'' He was, found by cd g..cSt-o C.J: LaVilla Pharmacy,

henry Pinker, another Indian, who :::.::J 0 Jacksonville, Fla. Real Estate Bureau.
aa uuo
went out to where he was making the .q 4 -

? canoe about half an hour after he was = .= ::4C (B5T" Subscriber, your attention Is drawn ,
For Sale.w .
l killed, and found him with his axe to the name-aud-date slip posted upon
grasped in his hand. He will be much I 't e= your paper or wrapper. If you are in A Select List of BAY BISCAYNE PROPERTY City Lots Fruit and Vegetable

Florida! pineapple plants; all kinds. missed by the people of southern Florida > = 111aO arrears, please remit. Tracts of all sizes for Inestments
co: oa
Extra early Cowpeos, ripen seed In CO and especially by the tourists. Itwill : Phosphate and Orange Grove Lands

i ''s days. Fla. velvet beans, old crop, and be remembered that Tom was up rm r=s rs 4 AGENTS WANTED.- For "The Life and West Coast._. ...
r will handle now. Velvet boan and cow. hero attending court about a otniple of .t 3! Achievement Admiral Itewey the world's ...
pea thresher and cleaner! 2-men machine, months or so ago. One of the Indians -..O..-.... -:& .III cu 8 greatest naval hero. Ity Mural HaUuail, the For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for
-- friend and admirer of tbe natlon'lIlol.
f i, best on market, capacity 3 to 5 bushels remarked that "lightning no kill him- 1r5 !J '" Biggest life-long and bent book;lover fiuo ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS,
per hour. For Inside price, write to thunder kill him.;" :3 Inches; nearly 100 pages halftone Illustrations. Fertilizers, Chicago, 111. Chicago. HI
= C. l.ftO. Enormous demand. BIg commissions. .
115 Dearborn Street a:= .!::3a Hoist free. Chance of a lifetime. Write Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI, FLORIDA
; Washington, D. C. Won the Medal. Chicago, ilL .q fJ nulOK. Tbe Dominion Company, 3rd Floor,
"L O .7 a Caxton BlUg.,Chicago. : ::
1 JB2T* As an advertising medium, no ZIJEWCLCD.
Mr. P. 11. Prltchard was the lucky ciiia
paper on the East\ Coast can beat the
one on Tuesday, when he won the ESTABLISIED,1875.Wm. BATCHES
ADVOCATE. Give us a trial advt., "
medal, which was donated to the Tltusvllle ,
and be convinced of the
Gun Club by the ladies of the
town, as published in last week' ADVO : .A. DBO"CTISS:: So CO. Diamonds

CATE. The contest ended in a tie for .,.Jewelry ,

Fancy Pineapple Slips and Suck Mr. W. M. Woodward and Mr.Piltchavd; GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS ,
shot at 25 blue'rbcks and _
I ers for Sale. they came out Souralrs, Wedding Rings aid Presents
tie again. The next time they shot for
8 blue rocks and It was In favor of Mr. 6 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We Y
f Abbakas, Egyptian and Golden Queen Pritchard. The score was as follows: Ew
I RedSpaolsh. handle only tho best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay m WATCH Ud'KBERIAsraciiLTr. REPAIRIAG
Porto Rico Smooth Cayenne and Waddell, (scratch) 20; Prltchard, ((2): )
Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat Grit., Meal Cotton Seed Meal both and tSIIYEI
Apply toHADDOCK handicap, 21\: ; Woodward, ((5)) handicap, dark, Co., bright
:, & MATTHAMS, 23: ; Brannlng, (2)) handicap, 10; Pvles, at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer .
a "Palm Beach star Brand Fertiliser*-Guaranteed Analysis,,Orange tree and Y -table Tertlluwr.Pure Ground Spectacles and
((4)) handicap Jones
Pinery, 211; ((2)) handicap, done,Nitrate Soda Muriate of Potash Sulphate I'otaabl KaUtt. eto. These fertilisers have sosuperior Eyeglasses. Charges paid onejway. R. J. RILES,
:: West Palm Beach Fla. 20j; Crabb, 18. In Use market,aDlla trial will convince. Send lor Catalogue: free. 225 FU-
W. Bay St., jAcwoirvrttK,


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