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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 15, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00037
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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,LOCAL NEWS, BICYCLES Victor IN STOCK : Rambler, RONPHALT ROOFING Something J Call or wrlto to Claude Walton, TltuHvllle LARGEST STEAMER AFLOAT. AMONG THE HOTELS.
Crescent, Cleveland, Barnes, new. Guaranteed for six years. Write about anti-/germ water flIt rll. -
of General Interest. Stearns, Wolff, Tribune. Write for for particulars toTnos When writing for information please
And Topics prices and catalogues.F. New MTIilt Star t.lnor O""nlanlv"* WHKRE: to stop. See list of hotels oo
C. WATTS fc Co., Inclose stamp. See ad. on 8th page At New fork our 7th
W. BEERS, Jacksonville, Fla. pages
In connectionwith St. Augustine. The now Whtto Star steamship Oceanic '
gocletr And General Go Mp Where to stop Tltusvlllo.. See ho
Klscayne Bay, Lake Worth Indian Second-hand Yost typewriter, $25.00.; : -Mr. BIschiifT, of Nathan, was In towna the largest vessel nllont from Queens- tel and boarding house advts., on 7th
Banana and Halifax River, Key West -Dr. Hughlett, of Cocoa, was In town few days this week. town, arrived at her pier In North River pago.

and all other Important Point along theE -Do you want to buy some pet stock? a few hours on Wednesday -Mr. J. D. Crabb, of Cocon, was .in Wednesday afternoon A big crowd and of debarked those who her Good accommodation for tho summer

t Coast of Event Florida.from Brief Various mention farts of Rend ad. on this page. -Sheriff Jos. P. Brown left here, Wednesday town yesterday for a short while. }lassenRers. passes to tho pier and n dcasnn. Write to H. C. Stokes, Hender-

Interesting the' World I About People You Know -Judge D. L Gaulden, of this place, for down river points.Mr. -Miss Ethel Ooutnnt: of Oak Hill, Is 'bigger! crowd which was kept hack of sonville, N. C. Superior location.

and of People You Don't Know- Picked made a trip to DeLand this week. Frank Wooten, of Cocoa, was visiting Mrs. C. S. Schuyler for a few I the fences cheered the new vessel as olio Tho ADVOCATE: Is now on file at all

op by Our Society Editor and a large staff Mr. K. B. Kaulerson, of Ft. Pierce, In town this week, on business. days this week.Attorney crept her up berth.the river Coming and n* ung from slowly Liberty Into the best hotels In Now York city.

of Correspondents scattered along the was in town a few days this week. Attorney James Sanders, of Miami, Gen Worloy, of Miami, Island, tho boat appeared up unwieldy,and We want to call your attention to

East Coast of Florida. -M r.'W. J. Tucker, of Fort Pierce, came up to town Wednesday, on court arrived morning here for,Sanford.Wednesday, and left next her funnels too high\ for symmetry, butas the now ad. of Mr. Ch.is. A. MerrItt on sour
business. she closer tho of 7th page.Illustrated.
spent a few hours in town on Tuesday.Mr. came Impression
THE ADVOCATE, Messrs. J. T. Price and Tom Hicks, Attoiuey C. T. McCarty, a promin'i' great length grow clearer. It took six folders of the fine East
_- Zaneabar, of the F E. C. Ry., ent citizen of Ankona arrived hero minutes to shove her bow
$1.50 per annum, In advance. was in town this week on business con- two of our fish dealers, spent a day or ,. yes tugs forty Const hotels, etc., to bo given away, free,
terday on business. around and force the huge vessel! Into
$1.00 six months, Ie nected with the road. so In Jacksonville this week. at the ADVOCATE: ofllco. Send two-cent
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Docked she filled almost tho
countries. bliss Jackie lllco! who has been place. stamp to pay postage. .
$2.00 per an. to foreign -One of the anti-germ water filterscan ,
-Captain Collins, of the Life Saving whole length of tho long pier.
be the ADVOCATE spending some time in Jacksonville, ic- The members of the Peters' Comedr
Station at Jupiter, was In town a coupleof seen working at 'rho Oceania's time was six days and
turned homo :Saturday last
ads. office. See ad. on 5th on : The III I tho Company, numbering fourteen In all
jjp: Reading notice are ten cents days or so this week. page. two hours. Oceania largest ,
line on this page. -Mr. W. II. McFarland, of the orange vessel over built. :She: was launched at are stopping at that fine and well kept
per -Mr. Geo. deG. of Can -Mr. L. II. Church, of Orlando, stopped protector, left this morning for DeLand. Belfast, January 4, at tho shipbuilding hotel, the Oxford, Jacksonville. The
-Rev. A. D. Penney held service Sunday averal, was in town a coupe of days or over bere from Monday until Tuesday lie expects to return to-morrow yards of Harland A Wolff, Her dimensions genial Proprieties, Mrs. M. O. Finloy,
night: at Cocoa, returning here so this week on business.. on his way to the above place.Mr. are '704 feet length, 72 feet beam certainly knows how to take care of her
Smith of Gallle
-Mr. J. II. Eau ,
Monday. -Mr. E. L. Brady made a trip to S. D. Geiger, of the Germanla paused through hero ,yesterday on his and W(\ feet depth, with draught, light, guests.
-People writing here for informationwill Jacksonville, the latter part of last week, :. Life insurance company, left horn, Monday way to Jacksonville on business. of 22 feet, nnd landed 32tf: feet She I Tho Coquina Hotel, Ormond, under
please enclose a stamp to insure a returning home the same day. for Cocoa tj spend a few days. registers 17,000 tons Her engines were I tho management of Mr. Harry Beeman,
reply. I Attorney-General W. D. Lamar, of designed to develop 43,0(I K) horsepower. closed to the public on Monday, after a
-Dr. Ralph E. Smith, of Jacksonville, -Mr. George Rumph, formerly of this Tallahassee, is at present in Ashevlllc, Her coal capacity Is about 0,000) tons!, very suvccHftil season. Mr. and 1\1\ rs.
-Supt. Jno. II. Sams, after spending Is making quite a record for himself at place, arrived here Tuesday from MIami Is friends.Mr. .
N. C., where he making many and she consumes about I 500 tons of Beeman made quite a reputation there
week or so here, returned home on fishing down at Mayport of late. to spend a few days. lIe returnedhome cool I dally. She Is rigged: with three this summer.
Wednesday.We Robert Burns and Miss Isabel
Saturday last. -Mr. W. II. McFarland, after spendIng Burns, of Canaveral, were in town this masts, and Is equipped with two funnels, A affair the ninth
-Judge D. L. Gaulden, of this place, several days in Jacksonville, return notice In the Times-Union and I week, visiting Mr. Geo. W. Scobie. and each of twenty feet diameter and eighty annual very ball enjoyable complimentary was to tho employes
made a trip to 'Jacksonville, Saturday, ed home the latter part of last week. Citizen, on Monday, an article, entitled, family. feet above the fire grates. of the Hotel
returning the same day. "Land of the Sky," by Miss Marie E. Maplewood at
-Mr. W. II. Smaw, of Baltimore, arrived Mann, who deserves great credit for the -:Miss Mamie Gray, of this place, has Maplewood, N. II., in the White Mountains
-Mr. Tom Knight, of this place, took here Saturday, and left the next production. started, a sewing establishment in the Death of Mri. T. W. Smith. on the evening of Monday, Sept.
Mr. II. B. Shaw over to Chester Shoals day for points down the East Coast, as Wesson cottage uext to the ADVOCATE 4. This 'affair is given yearly by the
Monday, returning Tuesday.Mr. far as Miami. -Mrs. F. A. Morgan, of this place, building.Mr. Mrs. T. W. Smith of this place, who, enterprising and liberal minded managers
says she has gained six pounds avoirdupois has been sick with might's disease for MessrB. AInslie and Webster.Mr. .
Walter Graham, late of the Key -I have just received a large sir:co she has been on the mountainsof Geo. IT. Wright of Orlando died the
orders some time on Monday night at
West Herald and INDIAN RIVER ADVO- of filters, and am now able to fill North Corolina. Flagler has bought the 'old pavil-.
whoso ad. will be found 8th
on our page, home of her daughter, Mrs Wm. Hindle,
CATE, is now in Jacksonville.Editor without delay. Claude Walton, agent, Ion north/if the Coquina Hotel, at Or-
has some very fine orange and other varieties at Cocoa. Her.remains were brought to
JamosPritchard of this
Tjtusville, Fla. -Capt. place, mond, and will, It is rumored, build a
Frank Walton, of the Cocoa left, Sunday, for New York and other of trees for sale. Titusvlllo, Tuesday, and she was burled swimming pool and casino on the site.
4 Rockledge News, spent a day or so at -Mr. Edmund Simmons, of Cocoa, places, where he will spend a few weeks -Mrs. Chas II, Stewart and little son the same afternoon at Titusvlllo coma It Is also Bald that ho will have an Iron
Daytona the latter part of last week. who passed through here the latter partof Capt. Pritchard will take in ,the yacht of Melbourne were passengers on yesnIY'1 tery. She loaves three daughters' and, a pier constructed. It Is reported that'

-Rev. A. D. Penney is now clerking last week,' en route to Seabreezo, returned race to be held there in,October.Dr. northbound train, en route to:7oabreeze son to mourn her loss. It will take two years to complete the
home
la the Eagle Clothing Store during the on Tuesday. DeWItt Webb, of St. Augustine, : to send aweek, or so. work now laid out by Mr. Flagler at
absence of Mr. R. W. Rhodes, who ifla -Mm. L. C. Branning;, wife of Station was recently appointed by the State -The town has had colored men The F, K.: C. n',. Improvement Nearly' that' point.A .

New York. Agent Branning, Ht this place, Board of Health, at Jacksonville, to be cleaning up the streets this week, which Completed. dispatch from Havana Bays that

-Mrs. Jos.- P. Brown and Mrs. Stan left Tuesday morning for Green Cove iealth'officer for St. Johns' county He ,given the oily.quite a neat looking. ap- ,- Mr, } Jones, of this place, left Monday, for Springs to visit, friends', and relatives entered upon his duties at once. pearaudo. Let.the good work go on. It Is expected by the end of next week System, and tho owners of the Tacos
Cocoa and other places to spend a couple I -Mr. 'and Mrs. W. B Waddell and northbound that the work on the car shod, water Theatre have joined Interests, and will
-The train, Monday, was -Supt. ;10. B. Knott, of the' Florida build
an eight steel structure' for
tank etc. will bo The story
of weeks or so. '. daughter, Miss Mary, left here, Tuesday, over an hour and a half late. Some accident East Coast Hotel System, Is expected to completed. hotel
located tho alto of the
on '
to the west -
freight depot being purposes pre&ent
for! Alabama where will
they spend a
-Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins, of few weeks with relatives and friends.Mr. had happened to the boiler, andIt arrive in St. Augustine to-day or to- of Mr. F. T. Budge'a cottage, as was stated theatre, retaining that playhouse alIt
this place, expect to leave' here on the was necessary to out the engine: looseat morrow from New York, where he has In the ADVOCATE of previous date Is by building around it. Work will
25th of this month for Philadelphia, New Oscar Worley, of this'place, who Mlcco and run to Roseland for water.It been on business.A The work is under the supervision of commence this fall. It la estimated'

York and other places. has been quite sick for several weeks is now reported that Congressman train of seven cars, loaded with Mr. J. G..Pope; who seems to thoroughly that the hotel will cost 00,000.:
past; is reported to be much Improved. R. W. Davis will be nominated bv fine cattle understand his business.. The car
-Mrs. Coutant and son, of Oak Hill, some very passed through Tho grounds at the Ormond, Ormond
after spending a week or so with Mr. Ills many friends wish for,him an early acclimation to succeed himself Not a here, Wednesday evening from Osteenon bed, when completed, will be absolutely aro beginning to assume Iha e. Grass

and Mrs. C. S. Schuyler, returned homethe recovery. single newspaper in the Second congressional their way to Miami, where they will fireproof, being made of galvanized Iron. and palmettoes are being planted, and
latter part of last week. -Miss Halliday, of Orange City, after district opposes his renomination, go by steamer to Cuba. the walks and drives have been marled.
spending a week or so with :Miss Susie It Is said, and the newspapers reflect With of and
Will Cainmenoe Work.It plenty water good care these
andM1'8 -Mr. P.,E. Puckett, one of the forceon
-Wade Harris, the son of :Mr. largely the sentiments of their oonstl-
Gladwin returned to her home Satur-
grounds will become ideal and
the ADVOCATE, who has been residing an spot,
W. II. Harris who has been sick for
day last, after attending the teachers'examination tuency.Mr..' I will bo another of the attraction
in north Titusvllle for time many
tome time, is slowly recovering He is : some was announced in Jacksonville the
suffering from malarial fever. here. and Mrs. Frank 'T. Budge, for moved his household effects into the first of the week, that tho work of grading IAt Hotel Ormond. Tho new addition !II
Manager J. G. Bast, of the Indian mer residents of Titusville, but now of Brown house, Wednesday and preparing for tho Improvements now being plastered and electilo light
-Mr. James Mott, formerly of Or- Miami, arrived here Tuesday night, hay wlrosaro being. placed through the whole
River Hotel, at this place, has been a to be made at Pablo by Mr. H, M Flag
-A to the
lando, but now of Fort Myers is start- via the Clyde Line from New surprise party was given building.
; ing come
little indisposed this week, but is now her, the purchaser of the Pablo railroad,
Misses Zandle and Kate Stewart Friday
ing a pinery there. Mr. Mott is still up and around again, attending to the York to Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. evening last, one also being given on to would begin noon. It Is not known just To Manager' T. W McCreary should
selling orange trees from Orlando. wants of his guests. Budge have been visiting friends and Miss Iola Davis Monday night All report what the outline of the work Is, as )it Is be credited tho most successful season

-Capt. C. E. Garner, president of the -Will our correspondents please relatives at Urbana, Ohio. having had an enjoyable time. very hard to get at the doings of Mr. In the history of the hotel Victory, Put-

Board of Trade, Jacksonville, and ownerof write the names of and townsas -Mr. C. B. Veronee, of Tibbals, hag Flagler, but If the reports are correct, 1n-lliy, Ohio.' This hotel has done a
the Independent line of steamers, left, legible as possible?persons It is hard our thanks for a very fine crate of pine -The Irrigating plant, of Mr; John Pablo by this time next year will be a line transient business throughout the
Sunday for the north to spend a few work for strange compositors very to decipher apples, which were received here on Enlg, formerly of LaGrange, but now of second Coney Island. The general offices season, and hall entertained a large number
weeks. BO.me of them. Saturday last. They are of fine qualityand Jacksonville, which was purchased by a of tho now company will be transferred of organized' parties, the last being
flavor. Mr, Veronee has on handsome Jacksonville party, passed through Ti from the above city to St. Augustineand the 47th annual meeting of the American
-Bishop Moore, who has been spending -Mr. and Mrs. S. Perkins and daughter very fine pineapple land, which tusvllle Wednesday on the way to the located with the offices of the Flor- Pharmaceutical Association, which

stricken some time at Wilkesburre, Pa., was Miss Beatrice, left here ,Tuesday, he will sell reasonable.Mr. above place. ida East Coast System extended from September '4 to 12 inclusive
with paralysis, about two weeks for Sanford, where they expect to reside Mr. Is hospitable
-Rumors afloat that Indian River --- McCreary a very
are
go. We learn that he is much R. C. Scrlmgeour. of this plaoe,
very -
permanently. They will be much Florida gentleman and all who at
better who has been quite sick for the last &:; Bay Biscayne Inland' Navigation Co.'s 1'nrty.Mr. stop
missed by their many friends. his hotel will be well entertained.
steamers are expected to run this winter -
week so is slowly recovering which
or ,
-The, Misses Maud nardee,Lucy Hudson -Mr. P. G. Walton, formerly of this will be gratifying news to his friends, as between Ormond and Palm Beach, which and Mrs. J. O. Walton, Mrs; F. The erection of a fine hotel on the
and.Celia Sams, returned to their place, but now of Philadelphia, has returned It was reported the latter part of last will make quite a pleasant trip for the A. Morgan and Mr. Chas H, Walton, beach at City Beautiful IB now an assured
respective were homes on Friday last. They to the above place to spend the week that he. was not expected to live. tourists who visit Florida. of Tltusvlllfl, Fla. Miss Jennie A. Smed- fact The location Is on the beach

here.attending the teachers' examination winter, he having spent his summer lIe Is doing splendidly uuder the care of -The service between Miami and Key ley, of Tyron, and MU Monk, of WilmIngton lot lately owned by Mrs. Porter on the
vacation at Palatine, N J. Dr. B. R. Wilson. West, performed by the steamship Cityof who have boon guests at the north side of the boulevard. The structure

-After paying a short visit to Asheville -Mr. Sam Happersett, of West Palm The Florida Ostrich Farm In Jack Key West has been discontinued be- Waynesvllle Inn fot some time past, will have a son front of ninety-six
Mr. T. T. Stockton, the popular Beach, who has been spending some sonville- has been with cause of yellow fever. Now scheduleof left, there Monday for Ashovlllo, where feet and throe stories high. All modern
manager of the incorporated a the Florida party will remain a few hotel attractions will bo adopted such
Times-Union and Citln ,
time in Ohio visiting his family, who capital of $30,000 to buy and sell ostriches the F. E. C. System will bo published
week H Walton 1s tho
Mr. Chas.
in next week's ADVOCATE. as wide veranda fronting In all directions
are spending the summer there, returned other birds and animals
sojourning manu-
editor and proprietor of one of the best a. mammouth sun'parlor and elevators
home on Sunday last. facture and sell feather goods etc. The Mrs. Ball and two daughters the
--- known weekly papers In Florida, the conveniently located for tho use of the
-The Misses Alice and Beatrice Sanders 'Ernest stockholders are: Morton J. Taylor, Misses Annie and Florence of Key West
-Mr. Vanlandinghara, of this INDIAN RIVKH: ADVOCATE, otherwise guests: Tho owner, Mrs. Hatfleld, will
or after pleasantly spending a week place, left Monday for Jacksonville, Catherine Fiolden, Aylma Y Pearson who are at the IUd ewood, Asheville, known as "the pink paper of Florida," spare no expense in making: tho ClarldonInn
so
with
flail the MissesSallie and Bessie where he entered the bicycle races which and Edward W. Dunton. N. C., did not start for home last week, a paper which has done much to induce a most attractive all-the-year around

ola' will return to their homo at Indian- were held on Wednesday. He is expec- -We want to draw the attention of as they anticipated, owing to the yellow people to come to the beautiful mountains resort, Henry Strotliors and C. L.
the to-morrow.teachers' They were attending ted home to-day or to-morrow our numerous readers along the East fever epidemic in Key West, but will of North Carolina.-From the Smith are the contractors. The lumber,

week. examination here last -Mr. II. B. Shaw, of Ormond, arrived Coast, and throughout the state In general probably leave today or to-morrow for Asheville (N. C.) Dally Citizen. from the Bond Company Is in course of
here Sunday and loft next day for to the ad Vtl. of the live and energetic Jacksonville, where they will remain a delivery at the site. This will make another
business men who are bidding fora few days. From there they expect to go beautiful attraction for East Day*
Chester Shoals to Inspect _the house of Little Brown Jug Water Filters f 1.25
to Miami, on g a visit to 'relatives.Crates .
Pet Stock For Sale. refuge He returned to this place Tues share: of your patronage In columns and $2.60 Claude Walton, agent tona.
-- day and left for home the same day. of the ADVOCATE. If you are In wed The recent arrivals at tho Indian River
Fancy[ Pigeons, ; and fancy'cage of particular line of goods, the pink .
birds song any Hotel, Titusvllle, Fla., J. 0. Bast,
rabbits, Belgian, hares, guinea -Mr. Glen Strohm, one of the lead paper will tell you the best place to buy Empty>> Sugar and Rice Barrels Proprietor, were as follows : E. IL

Pig& ,; white' black and yellow rats; fly- ing merchants of West Palm Beach, wasa them. Read the ads I )I have the best ,Octagon. Deari Crate For sale Address-, Wager' wife and son, Florida Star:
and ray an(1 fox squirrels, all gentle passenger on Sunday's southboundtrain I ever sold on Indian River, Head cut WAI.TEIC Moon Claude C, Walton, INDIAN RIVEK ADVOCATE
all stock Pure bred. Price! list toe. eo route home from a two or and exact. slate. : H. B. Shaw Ormond Fin
even Cypress ; Capt. ;
Address Titusvllle Laundry. 8 George St. Charleston S. C.
RIBS E. II. ARMSTRONG, three weeks' trip to New York City another < (1. F. PADOISOW, R. E. Mime, Jr., Mimi| ; Chas. M. Ilil-

Jacksonville, Fla.I places.Mr. Mrs. Geo. Cook, of Titusvllle, !I. now Eau Gallle, Fla. liar, Palatka; U. J.. Motlow. Titusvlllet;
G. II. Fulke, former foremanof prepared to do laundry'work of every A New Store. E. J. L'Englo, Jacksonville; L. H.
Save this paper, left here, Monday morn- description. All work guaranteed. Wanted Rowing. Church, Savannah, Ga; Geo. I). AsU-
Money by Sending for Your ing, for Braidentown, where he has accepted Leave your washing at G. F. Duren'i Mr. H Spell has located a new store craft, Jacksonville; T. II. Gllliam, N. Y.;
Groceries to ,the Magnolia the position as foreman In the corner store, opposite ADVOCATE office. Gentlemen's Clothing neatly repaired. In the building south of the J., T. & )IBB Sallie Hall, Tltubvllle; Miss Alice
Grocery Co., Jackson- Journal-New office. We trust he will I bins R. C. SCHIHOEOUB K. W. Ry., where he II l prepared to Bell Sander., Indlanola; L. S. Scoble, Clyda
ville met ,with success In his position. Tituevllle r Fla. stationery, utensils, soda water, elder Line; J. M. Maffett, Atlanta, Ga.; J. L.
Florida. Joe Dawson hoes and other drinks. Ha will repair your Baker, Jacksonville, L. P, Deeze. 0. S.

lobs l granulated Wanted. Do You Want to Spend>> The shoes in the latest style Give him a S. Co.; MaJ. O. J, Zehnbauer, St. Angustlne -
sugar... . fl.00 Are manufactured and told by Burger call ; G. B. humph, Jr.. Miami; W. W.
2-ibe White 0 .. . 1.00 A:; Baumgard, wholesale hardware deal. J Winter in )Florida Ballard Mime; County Treasurer John
grog .. . ..... 1.00 Experienced party In stock raising
albs. ales .' ers, 105 Chamber street. New York. Henry, Tltusville; Capt. Chas R. Carlln *j
Arbu wants a partner with capital to start a Gilbert Wanted.
coffee .. 1.00 ,
. D.s. bacon cattle ranch in South Florida best loc 2J-30; If BO, J. A. of 424 East 2nd Jupiter Light HouseR.J.; Peck, Miami; ?
per pound . .61 ; 0. with L. A. Hlldreth Conductor. F E. C.
Breakfast bacon.' cation In the state Address, St., payton, can supply you ; J. }
Shoulder, a .9 and .10 W., care ADVOCATE, Lane and Cement. furnished cottages, situated at Eau Gal- A 30 room House, fully furnished, for DeVoe Same, Courtenay, Harry BIschofL f
Picnic barn . u' . .6+ Titusvllle Fla. lie, Fla. The most beautiful location on the Benson of 1800. Daytona preferred Nathan; W. H. McFarland, "Floridatl
b.t b am . ,8o the whole Indian River and directly opposite Am of long experience In hotel Business Orange Protector;" J. O'Brien, New ,' i
lQ.lb.. buttertne" . Best American Portland Cement; the mouth of the Banana River, at Tallulah Falls, Ga. Want to run the Smyrna;W L. Hugblet, Cocoa; Judge ,1Ii tf
Write ... . . 1.40 The San Mateo Cigar, warranted strongest and best, $3.00 per the most famous fishing ground on the Arlington In connection with a good G. A.W'orley, Miami; Prof. J. II. Sama, /
C**,. delivered( to other barrel. Best Florida rock lime, $1.00 per East Coast of Florida. For further par I house in Florida. Best of references can Courtenay Maj. Geo. P. Fowler Palat- '
depot in Jacksonville.MAQHOU All Pare Florida Tobacco, barrel. tioulars apply either to J. A. Gilbert be given. Address, ka; Judge Walter D. Drysdale Nr. A'tgustlne -.f.'

v GROCERY Co., East Coast Grown O, F. PADDISOX Dayton, O., or to J, E. M. Hodgson, of W. D. YOUNG, ; A. T. Pattlllo, Osteen; N. Merry, .' *
Jacksonville, Fla. No better made; try them. Eau labile, Fla. Eau Gallle, Fla. Proprietor Arlington Hotel, Atlanta, Ga. New York. t,










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from $$ toi.G: ;; Mr*.'J. & Johnson frotfl P Brown, lan onlng jury',' 25 00 table manure as.the basis of tbejr' f r" NE5 w SOZ' SEEIS)

t $s to *$, and Mary Simmons struck. off 'P BTOWD, l Dltor'. . .. ,..,., :'ff00 tilizers. ,,No dqubt It helps; the.. land ,. .,.- .

RI the list.'* : ? ,- ;.,( J P Brown, j Jailor.> f. .l._. ,."I'" 8000 considerably by giving tt' a backbone to For Fall and Winter Sowing.

Wm. II Sharpe was appointed a, committee J P Brown, waiting on board... 4 00 give good account of mineral fertilizers; 1
'
to secure the' transportation of J P BrQwn, feeding county' dog. 2 00F but good berries cannot be made by it Finest stocks of Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celery ,and Lettuce, Black, Golden

gel. M, 8. Preston, a pauper; from City b Chaffee, med for paupers. 800 lone, and one great objection .!14 Its Valentine Wax Beans; Georgia and Florida Rye; Texas and Florida and

' Point, Fla., to his home In Pennsylvania, R JJobbttt, cleaning cess pool.. 300 aptness to make the land grassy and
Rust Proof Oats.
. Jjctt
j' LtKei and that the sum of $40 be appropriatedfor Pauper accounts. . ... 12100 bard to keep clean at the time it wants S .

that purpose. fa1 II Sharpe, Preston transport'n 40 00 clean cultivation. Everyone In the land 'Write for price list.

li i Q "IOf The bill of John Davis for $11.51 to E C Summerlin, waiting on paup. 15 00 ought to grow strawberries, let the L. CAMERON. Seedsman,

bury Noah Dorsey was rejected.The J 0 Fries, surveying; . .. ... 6800 patch be ever so small, as it is the

following bonds for road work J C Mendel, surveying. .,. .., 1 50 most delicious and healthy of all fruits, 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE: FLA,

f were examined /and approved: J Louisiana, road work, die No 1. 50 and It is so easily grown that none can

: T J I' Mendel, for contract No. 17.$1800 00 P Roberts a' a' 15 00 plead that the lack of a patch is owingto :::::::
GEORGE MARX. JOHN
R A Hardee, 13. .214 00 J N Verner, 3. 2 20 the difficulty of growing it. Therefore MARS

141 S F Gibbs, 12 ". 620 00 o L Stewart, "a t is 3 25 it Is everyone's duty to have his l.VIA.R BR S.

EESwInson, tt 7. 100 00 W W Beecher, bld'g bridge No 4 35 25: own strawberries If he has any land ,

WmLFrantz" 14,15.1100 G F Paddison, lumber . 8 22 whatever to grow them on. Wholesale Dealers In

K ESwInson, 4..150()100 S F Olbbi, contract No. 27, 100 00 C. K. McQuAimiE,

! 1 cj.I1---- R E Mime, .' tt .a 24. 47800 R A Conkling, road work 7 BO DeFuntak Springs, Fla. GROCERIES, FRUIT AID PRODUCE;..

r R J LaRoche, a 10. .3.() 00 .' u" 25; 00
I
u/ OB Sanders, ," 11. .180 00 E C Walker, surveying, dls No B. 0 00 THE AURANTEUM POMELO. 131 and 133 East Buy 'Street and 0 and 8 Newnan Street,

II'A Carlile, '. 1. 300.00 i Dittmar & Harris, lumber No 5. 0 44 -
,TcLo1 B021Vil10: F10r1dA
1
It was ordered that the board Institute Bevil & Nelson] road work No 5. 7 50 .
[Jas. 3fott, in Ft. Myrrt frers]
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS condemnation proceedings against Chas.L. ., M Swain, road work No. 5. 63 00
Some days since I made a note of an ONE; OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY?
t PROCEEDINGS. Nichols, Gco. W. Holmes and L. R. J F Wooten, sending notice for .
Interesting article mentioning a certain
C Ord, et al., for right away across their assessment of 09 . . 200 00 -

t: TITUBVILLK, FLA., Sept. 15, 1890. lands for a public road. J P Brown, feeding prisoners. 21 80 grapefruit (pomelo) In your highly We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peat-
J P Brown criminal prized paper, and I thought at the timeto guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want
Tho report of Inquest held on J M Pagewas prosecution. 30 05;
The Board of County Commissioner write you something of one of the your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
received and accepted.The A A Stewart, 1102
met pursuant to adjournment. Present: first improvements to come to us of.
MARX
BROTHERS, Jacksonville Fla.
road J Brown ,
report of the supervisor of 1760 '
J. II. Walker chairman J. Mendel J.
; that renowned fruit. rarWe only Sell to Dealers.
roads was received and accepted and or- The Board adjourned to. meet again .
and
Houston, Wm. II. Sharpe J. N. Some ten since a friend called
dered be the first In October. years
to
filed. Tuesday
Walter; A. A. Stewart, clerk; J. F my attention to a pomelo that he found
'The____ report of__ _E.. W... Hull. tar _A11p._n.__
Brown, sheriff. with Mr. Clouser at Longw'ood that was
s tor, for collection of poll taxes for 1800, Robbed the Grave.A ,
4 The following business was transacted of which he collected $22000, which was he thought, very superior to any yet in John B Stetson
University
t to-wit: The minutes of last meeting startling incident, of which Mr. John use. I found it was thin-skinned with
,
,, not on the assessor's books and $444 00 Oliver of Philadelphia the subject,
road and confirmed.
were of Insolvents was examined and approv Is narrated by him as follows: "I was less than one-half as many seeds as is

i On petition signed by 00- registered In a most dreadful condition. My skin usually found in the common pomelo,

voters and tax payers of Brevaid county; ed.J Mendel committeeof was, almost yellow, eyes .sunken, tongue hence not near as much rag ,and core, 1 DeLand, Florida.
appointed
was a
asking that A. A. Ford be recommended coated, pain continually in back and i
and In
t flavor sweet and good to eat
to have the work done
one following sides, no appetite-gradually growing
to the for fish aid For Both'Sexes. Next Scholastic Year
war Begins
governor game 1 from hand, yet with a decided pomelo
by day labor: The court house on the weaker day by day. Three physicianshad

+ den for said county, the petition was ac- outside to be scraped and have two coatsof given me up. Fortunately, 'a friend flavor without,that terrible bitter that October 3rd. Send for Catalogue

cepted and the recommendation so or- the to consist of advised trying 'Electric Bitters;; and to goes with old seedlings that first come ,
paint put on, paint
c' dered. my great joy and surprise, the first bot-
White lead and linseed oil. The color of tle made a decided improvement. I continued Into use. As it was so good in qualityI College, Academic, Normal, Art and;Music Departments. Large, commodious
The bonds for road work
following the will be decided their for three weeks and thought at first it might have been
paint on at the next use am
+ Dormitory buildings with perfect sanitary arrangement artesian water etc. In.
examined and ,
were approved:
; meeting of the board. All blinds to be now a well man. I know they saved my crossed with the orange, but that could

{ T A Robinson, contract No. 8, $200 00 and In life, and robbed the grave of another not be, as I don't believe the pomelo suring perfect healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout ; faculty of 22
repaired put good working order
"
A Cleveland, u II 23, 420:/ 00 all window be victim. No one should fail to try them. and orange will hybradize any more trained and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue containing full information.
lights to reputtled, all Only 50 cts., guaranteed at F. S. Chaf-
0,11 Rooks, 82, 260 00 doors to be put in good working order, fee's drug Blore.STRAWBERRY. than the apple and pear. Address. J. F. FORBES, President.
Devil & Nelson, 31, 150 00 A few days before the cold of
new threshold at the west door, a new great ------ ---

D J Stewart, .1 0, 'UOO 00 sash at the north aide of court house on CULTURE. Dec. 27, 1894, I had gathered a few and .

+ Chas B Sanders, II 6, 21000 lower story. had them in the house, so they> were Oa:: : .A. S ::eL"'C" &; C o ,

'The report for licenses issued during saved.It .

the month of August by his Honor, the i The following' bills were audited and Editor Indian River Advocate : seems the Pomological Department I -: DEALERS IN -. ..

County, Judge, was oxamlned and ap ordered W H paid: After many years experience In strawberry 1 i had learned something of it, and the Fine= oyvl.n.es': : an.d L1d.U.ors: ,
Sharp, county commissioner $ 0 00
proved.! culture, I have found that the man promologist wrote for and
me a sample,
"
J Mendel, 6 40 > KIT, & 419 W. Bay St.,
The bond of Wm. Bacon, for carrying J R Walker 600 who grows the best berries Is the man l'[ sent.one, and I,herewith turn ,oyer to :
"
,
d a.repeating rifle was rejected. J N Waller" 2540J who begins early in the'season to pre- you for the benefit of your readers the + rs JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

,Y The county treasurer)made his month Houston 11.20 pare his ground or, his present bed for letter I received in return;, .
,
ly report on the different funds of the next year's crop. In the South Atlantic U. S. Dep't of Agriculture, Y Bombarding Dcwey
s Electric Light Co.. ,,. . . 000 )
: county, which was examined and approved and Gulf states the strawberry bed for Division of Pomology/ S
0 L Gaulden, lunacy case. . 200 With good things Uncle Sam is
Jan. 5 1895.
;,, The treasurer also had certificate next year's crop must be set ,out not Washington, ) preparing to do when he reaches
D It Wilson coroner's 4 65 rri
attached to his report showing that Inquest later than ,the ,middle of September.For MR. JAMES MOTT, this side of the pond.. There will

the balances his report called for were J P Brown, coroner's inquest 4 65: strawberries the- ground has to be Orlando, Florida: F t be no "extra dry" sauterne, claret,
i C Bouknlght, Jury coroner's inquest 50 Burgundy, or other that flows
Dear Sir:-Your one specimen of any
'
In the Indian In the
on deposit River State put very best condition possibleby .
in his will
n E Minis, Jr, II 60 honor that be purer,
Auranteum'pomelo'received 2
bank: R L Motlow U u plowing as deep as the soil will allow January higher grade, ortof more exquisite

The petition of Losley & Motlow to 1 50 and, If possible, It ,should 'bo well for which accept my sincere thanks. boquet than what you will find In
1 J T Knox, tI CO 'We have examined the fruit ,: ti stock at all times.
'T sell wines, beers and liquors In election subsolled. Some growers make a choice critically i our superior
W R Kuox .a 60 "" W; Our stock of fine wines, whiskies
and are of the opinion that it is a true
district No. 2, was granted. of low moist land for their strawberries.No = and beers unexcelled.
x,, It was ordered that the application of R Rocker, tI 50 doubt this is an advantage when pomelo, but of a very choice strain. In ,_ are

J; D. Crabb, as agent, to sell wines, B R Wilson, holding inquest . .' 8 00 the season turns out to be a dry one; color of flesh, shape of seeds and general nr- Blum's Pure Rye Whiskey, 7 yearsold: delivered to any part of the State

D Cain, ferryman. . ... .. .' (000 contour of fruit there Is nothing Indicating express prepaid, for 320.
beers and liquors in district No.4, be but land of that description never pro-
R A Conkling, ferryman. .. . GOO
a cross of the ; and pomelo.
and the same: Is hereby rejected, because duces a high grade berry: It Is gen'erally orange I
i J Mendel, copying minutes . 5 00
It was the opinion of all connected
t, ,of objections made and med with this I of a very inferior quality being
T Johnson, work on C II and jail ,475 with the Division of Pomology who ESTABLISHED 1880.,
i Board., sour and a very poor shipper. The best
J Prltchard & Son hdware for jail 3 41 tested it that in sweetness of juice in
The report of the viewers on road be- all round land for strawberries is high ,

tween Minis station and Six Mile creek D L Gaulden, county judge . 25; 00 and dry sandy land,. with a southeastern the little amount of rag, and in thinnessof Bond: Lumber Co.
M Goldsmith prosecuting att'y. J3 33
was received and placed on file exposure possible, thus giving the skin it was the best that was ever ,
A A Stewart, accountant, 2 mos. 3000 sent to the division.I .
,
It is ordered there berries tho benefit of the .
as was a large pe- morning sun, Manufacturers of and Dealers-in
TTWetmoreice. . . . 345E
most sincerely'aympatblzo not only
tition presented to the Board by citizensof which helps to give a superior .flavor

piootnts No. 1 against opening the W Hall, corns as tax collector 400 00 and color. The strawberry being agross with.you, but with all the growers of LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING

r road from Mlms station to Six Mile creek J O Frier, surveying . . 500 feeder wants the soil to be madeas citrus fruits, etc., in Florida who have ,

JC Mendel, .. . . . 160
uttered from
so extensively the
the same was rejected. rich as possible. Old fields that unprecedented Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
C II Walton, advertising. 100 '
t The petition of Thos Sanders, et al have been lying Idle for a few years cold and Vegetable Crates. We ,solicit correspondence.Saw .

for a reduction of taxes in, election district C 11 Walton, bl'ks for clerk's office 6 50 and .well plowed and' treated liberally!; Whilst the loss of the matured crop Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, gn J., T. & K. W R'y. Yards at
T J Cockshutt, registration officer' 12 41 was excessive I hope the damage doneto DeLand and
Titusville.
No. 14 by reason of having to pay with a fertilizer containing about three
A A Ford, fish warden . . 40 00 trees may be.much. less than
t higher freight rates since the withdrawal per cent nitrogen, ten per cent potash, your .
F S Chaffee, stationery .. 1 05
; estimated. Believe me
,: of the steamboat lines from the river and seven per cent phosphoric acid, ,
J 1 P Brown, waiting on Co court (0 00 -
and other disadvantages they claim to makes a very good soil for it. It beinga Yours truly, H. A. HODGES..... ,

h labor under, the same was laid over for very gross feeder and an excellent S. B. IIEIOEs: MANUFACTURER- - OF

further consideration until the meeting I' forager, it gives good account of almost Poraologist. '

t l *of the Board in October. ". 1I/ any ordinary quantity of fertilizer'. it, ....C'press.and Yellow Pine Lumber...

' The communication of J, Andrews relative / gets. All the way from twelve to eighteen A Word Mothers. ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.

to change of road was referred to .I hundred pounds per acre is none Mothers of children affected with Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building I to

}, J. N. Waller, road commissioner of I 5th too much. As there are so many different croup ad minister or a severe Chamberlain's cold need not hesitateto Rem- any part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. The saw mills are* locatedat
Cough Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W. Lumber delivered to any
1/1/ Ry.
district and Mr. Fries.' of glowing this fruit it is not
ways edy. It contains no opiate nor narcotic
part of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
The road report of W. I. Allen and J. I necessary that I should say much on In any form, and may be given' as confidently ,
t ii, :-'.-. I to the babe as to an adult. The
Sorensen was received and accepted, and the merits of the respective methods.
great success that has attended its
use
notices ordered to be Is to make four feet SAW AND PLANING MILLS
posted according to My preference rows In the treatment of colds and croup has JACKSONVILLE YARD

t law.The :::- apart, and set the plant every fifteen won for it the approval and praise it 1'Hlatka. Flu. E. Bay St., Foot of Catherine

road report of J. O. Fries, J. M. t. Inches or so In the row. Alter the first has received throughout the United

Swain and E. C. Walker was received season's crop Is harvested, the row can States and in miny foreign lands. For WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
sale] by all druggists and medicine deal-
r and approved, nnd notices ordered to be be,allowed to make all the runners it ers. ,

I posted according to law. wants to, but keeping the center of the Manufacturers of -
_
On petition of J, II. Hogan et al for an row clear of runners to allow cultivation Notice of Sale of Stock.UNDER
Men who out fishing in boat .
extension of road from the DeS to grove in the midst go of a blinding: storm an and open enjoy next season. The plants should Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. *

1 to the north line of tho Hall place the it, must be strong and healthy and are bo set on the level and cultivation con and by virtue of a power\ of attorney ,
T pretty sure to live to a ripe old age. Un. made by W. II. If. Gleasou, I will
, i Board
appointed N. N Ponny W E. ducted on the level principle. Plantsset
fortunately the rush and hurry of modern offer tor sale to the highest and bunt bidder A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingle,
Chandler and J. O. idles, to mark, view business life will not permit the average out in September will give a full for cash upon the lath and pickets always on hand thus
assuring Cyprew
and lay out the same and make their report man to take frequent outdoor exercise.In crop next March and April all through FIRST MONDAY IN OCTOBER, prompt shipments.
lieu of a life pent partly in the woods mouldings of all patterns a specialty.
to this Board on the first Tuesday and on the water, a man must find some the southern states, and In south Flor during the legal hours of sale, In front of the When
in October kind of medicine to tone up and invigorate Court House door at Titusville, .Florida three at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see U8.j .
ida a month earlier. In buying fertiliz j
chares of the Capital Stock of the East Coast
him and incite the vital of his -
body .
organs .
On petition of A. C, Dittmar et al fora to the faithful performance of their normal ers, care should be taken to get nothingbut i Realty Company\ of the par value of $100.00( ---- -_ :::::. -
> : each and will execute to the purchaser an .
public road from Fort Plerco to Fort i functions. Dr. Fierce's Golden Medical first-class goods. asaiicnment of certificate No.M for said stock. FOR '
r. Discovery is the only effective and $3 20
thoroughly And at the same time place by authority
Drum, the Board appointed J. O. Fries, medicine for this 'purpose. Its principal I was much impressed with an object of a power of attorney from Oeo.O. Ulvason.l .

J. M. Swain and J. F. Boll to mark, view action is upon the organs that feed the lesson I got last spring in strawberry will offer for sale to the highest and beet bidder
blood, the .stomach the large intestines and for cash fifteen shares of the Capital Stock of Sent to us by Express, postofflce order or New York Exchange, we will
and lav out tho sumo and make their report the liver. It facilitates the flow of the di. culture when visiting the North Carolina the same company execute of the par value of of#100.00 send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,
and will an assignment
to this Board at their meeting In geetive juices in the stomach and the Experimental Farm, at Southern each tiUoiite No.28 for said stock to the purchaser cer-

October production of healthy chyle in large quan- Pines, in that state. They had 20 plotsof J(. A. CCBTIS. FOUR FULL QUARTS
titles in the '
large intestines. It invigorates Rousts & GRAHAM,
Tho clerk of the court presented his the liver end purifies and enriches the strawberries, all treated differentlywith Attoineys, 1 sept 22Executor's

witness fee bill as paid by him at the blood. When the blood is rich and pure fertilizer combinations and In Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
the old inert tissues throughout the body
county court held In August, amountingto are torn down and replaced by new and every case where the potash was inform

$4 .OO, which was examined and approved healthy, flesh tissues and nerve fibers. JC.man' a of sulphate the fruit showed the i Notice. Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey
blood is filled with the rich pure -
l elements of health he most unmistakable signs of the superiority
can get along with a is hereby given to all whom It may
I Crosby was placed on the pauper scanty amount of exercise. Disease germs of it. The variety of berry was NOTICE that six months from this date We ship in PLAIN PACKAGES no marks to Indicate contents (which will avoid! all k corn
can gain foothold in .. ment 1 WbeD you get it aDd test 't and
no billratem. will to1ton.D.I.Gaulden 11 n 18
the undersigned present satisfactory, 't OUR
list at $:\.OO month. Now Lam not ad. return at
an 3 IXI
per Lady Thompson Judge of Brevard county, your* ao will be cheerfully refunded. This mark*
I had catarrh for several years and then the County WhUkey li M good al any $S 00 goals
The allowances of the following- Tip and also had a hemorrhage from the wirer of this variety, as it does not do .Florida hIs tiDal report accounts and vouchers, been W*are loins close bnilnena at hand In and this can give IOU QUICKER LIVERY r. than: distant J.7 boulel. W'e RE*7*
together with his petition for discharge as executor 1 city aD the same stand to our
lungs, writes Mr. TJ.. K, Brown of Sands for over Ui YEARS aDd a<
named paupers were fixed at the follow. Wltaup Co., N. C. "} had the best medtciiattention well here, but I must confess that of the last will and testament of Emily the 1 SI"IUTY editor ot AND nEl'UT IoN for honest dealing,we refer lOll to any merchant re, cr W

Ing amounts: Mary Futch from $0 to but it could bring only partial relief. there were some specimens on view on A. Reynolds,deceased. thlll'I..r.
1: had more hemorrhages. I took twenty-five or Dated at Fort Pierce,Florida,this 8th day of SOLOMON & LEVI
tL.Tucker: ; from $10 to fSj; Mrs. J, thirty bottles of medicines but continued to halt that farm that.were Indeed very creditable June,A.D. 1899. ,

t Lewis struck off the list; T, C,' Presoott pells Fierce'of Golden bleeding Medical M I commenced DllICIOve taking n>f Dr Dr. and showed what could be done R. S. REYNOLDS, P. O. Box No. 33. 1023 & 1930 First Avenue, ALA.P .

to be sent out of tho county and'if' not aa e'l Catarrh Remedy. I used eIibt bottles when all the conditions were right and Executor Estate: uf Emily BIRMINGHAM,
ana have been able to do any for A. Reynolds, deceased
willing to go, to be struck off; Martha snore than twelve month I owe my life to Dr. the proper fertilizers used. A good C. T. McCarty, NOTlC'ElW!!pay Express Charges all lnt. Me4 by "SOUTHEREXI'R E5S CO)*
ritrce's medicine." PANY; but to points ateN
UDea
on
01
White from $10 to $8; Wm. Anderson many of our strawberry growers use Attorney for Executor ,JunWHJrno Southern Express Company transfer other to sat EIl'reIII other Companies Express Company we prepay. only to polaU









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: Botanic BloodBalm CURE FOR SUNSTROKE. HOW TO KEEP COOL. ciitmciiita.ElSCOI'ALCHUnCIt..
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a. >sas M. ROBBnts.A GRAHAM. WALTBB 8. GRAHAM.nOBBINS (8.( B. H.) Hew .. Treat a'..p..I.1- ,* llaIl 'ETNA'SVIGTJRY Valuable aaKmtlnnit for Avoiding .

*.a Overeomf ,fcf. Heat. Heat Prnvtrntlon.
tervlcen 2nd and 4th Sundays In Heb
1ATTORNEYSATLAW THE GREATBLOOD When one Is overcome .by heat, he First of nil keep the brain cool. montb, al I a a. m. and T tats p. m. Sunday school
should be Immediately removed to,the Wear the lightest! possible covering on very 8andr at 9-M a. m. Evening prayer at
I
p. m. on Wednell.laYI.l Litany service,
nrriat HOUBS:":' From 10 to 12 a. m., nearest shady or .cool place, where the head. The cork helmets such as Friday a. 10 a. m. very

and 2 to 4 p. m.TirtravrtLE CURE there Is plenty of fresh pure air. The Dr. S f. ffirtm. are worn In tropical climates, are the Archdeacon. n. F. nnowy, Rector.

Brevard Co., Florida. collar of the shirt or dress should be Colrwbat, O. (test summer headgear. Those may Jx>> --- --

r.o.Box,109. loosened, or better still, strip the clothing ",,. DRAB SIR: I feel made to keep the wearer still cooler by 111KSHYTKIIIAX CHURCH.Vrrlcen .

Will practice In all the courts etate and fed FREE. to the waist and place the suffererIn ,, 1 Illikeanewwommn\ placing! In them a moist sponge, which.Indeed I I Sunday( school every at SaMmtli in a,at ni.11, a.Cien.m.and W.T JO Sonble p.m.,
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"Special: facilities for examining and perfectly a recumbent position. \ \\\ since lining your may also be attached to the Interior Riipt. Prayer meeting( on Wednesday evening

land titles. A Cure for Blood and Skin Dis- Bend Immediately for the nearest )f'. \ Ce-ru-na.i of any style of hat. Do not at tend 7:.*our>. The len\public 1'11. are cordially Invited to at
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eases Eczema physician and give the person cool r-- Your medicine worry Hev.JOHX COKES, ranter.1UITIST .
Ulcers, Pim- drinks of water. Pour cold water has When rise from fuel! hot .
HOUGIITON'S upon ) { helped mo so you on summer -
r\n. ples .i \ '
Scrofula Blood Poison the head and chest and wrists until ;, much that I cant morning, take a cold' bnth. Now I CIlt'RCIt.

Cancer, Kidney Trou- consciousness returns. Apply Ice to '- work and never i I there are few simple thing In life that Preaching FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS ble, Bolls, Malaria the head and rub the body with It but feel ttl'f'do\1L When I first began to use are less understood than the Hue nrt- 'morning and filing. Prayer! Meeting every

on the (Denton) Rheumatism. If the skin Is cold use warm water In your medicine I couldn't sweep my own for It Is a tine art-of bathing MostflJl'Ild School WerincHdny every evening Sunday. at at 0:4:1 7-ixi a, o'clock.in. .\IIIOI'"rbo Sunday

stead. When practicable, the patient room, run the sewing machine or lift people from half an hour to nn Inff first Sunday at IjUiranco. All are cordially

Now at Palm Be ch. A TRIAL TREATMENT SENT PRIVATELY should be put In a bath of 70 degrees anything, not even chair. It oven hurt hour every time they bathe. That Is Invited to attend. E. X HELL, r stor.MKTHOD1HT .

BV MAIL FREE TO ALL WHO PUFFER. F. to reduce the temperature. If the me to ride or walk any distance. NowI not the kind of bathing I menu. The .

rL.. OAULDEN, It any n an or woman sufTerlnfr from skin Is hot and dry, the patient may be can do all this and I believe more, cold bath. In the morulug.should consist -

a them Blood free or Skin Trouble will write us we will tend any placed In a sitting position against n and never feel the effects of It. I feel merely of one plunge! Into cold water. : CHURCH! ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, a trial bottle of entree of llntanlc and prepaid Illood Halm to destination(II. It. II.), .: tree or wall or anything! that will be a so proud of tho way it has brought mo Avoid as far as! possible the heat of Sunday Regular* at nervlccii II a. in.every and flrnt Tau: third p, m and. fourth
Sunday
In all the Courts the famoua Southern gland Remedy. It ban support to the back. Keep a cold cloth out that I tell It far and near. I can cooking., Cook no more than you can School every Sunday at load a. III, Kpwortb
Will of
practice the cured
ot Florida, and the United States Courts. State iljears'permanently standing! and tliounands after doctor of caves, ,honpitals some) of on the head and pour cold water on It heartily recommend your medicine to help, and If possible: let what little League
r.o Box,235. TITUSVILLE, FLA. t and been patent nied Units lind failed. Remedy has as well as on the body. any woman suffering from female dis cooking you do be done In the open air. lAdle Aid Society inert" every Wednemlay
thoroughly toted for 'past 30 years and Is at 9:00: p in. jver'hodycJcollle,;
I know our church
Money to Loan. lg perfectly snfe to take by old\ or YOlllljf. Blood ease. from experience that Take no alcoholic drinks or other ervlcei.
Balm Is an honest, Inexpensive remedy that you How to Hellene Earache.Save your medicine will do just what yeasay stimulants of any kind. Injurious as
Rev. .
may test before the A. I) J" : Kl'utor..
you part with cherry pits wash In clearwater
your money. It will. I thank Doctor stimulants all .
you, a alcoholic arc at times,
CURES -- -
GOLDSMITH MADE BV BLOOD and In -
BALM. dry the sun.'hen
quite
M. Allan thousand times for your treatment. I except lu certain diseased conditions of
Grant, of CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Sparta Oa. cured
of painful dry, put into chintz or cheesecloth bags
ROTO on lip railed epithelial( rancor: Julia E. shall recommend your medicine wherever the system, when ordered by a thor
Johnson, Stafford I'. n. and lay aside against a day of need Service at 10 a, in, every lIncll1)' In new
H. C.
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW cured or a terrible I go. I know what it has done for Highly competent and conscientious Church building, North Tlliiftvillu. !
Itching Children
eczema or 13
years When that time
standing \V. A heat
Bryant. Moody, Tex cured of suit !rheum: on conies exceeding me and I know it will do the same fore physician, they arc more than usually! catechlnm at 3 p. Rt.Ilav..
Titusville, Florida. sulTered hand. Ills four hand resembled a burned surface. I I ly hot In the own and apply to th others. I feel that there are thousands deleterious lu hot weather. Nevertheless : J. K. VliovLr:, Rector.
years, yet cured Botanic Blood afflicted
by region. The stones will not
Balm. II. W. llcazloy of merlons, Cla.\ suf of other women who would, after using that Is the very time of year when
fered with sores all\ over his body eating Into only retain the heat for a long time, your treatment, as I did, be thankful.I the consumption of them Is greatest JilIN I ell'\(-
J. WEBB holes 1IIoollIalm cured him; sound mid well. but give forth an aromatic odor much .
.
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t' L. H. Sewell\ of Atlanta Oa., cured by four bot am so glad I got your treatment. To quench the Intense thirst which Is -
a ties of a terrible eating nicer on leg. S. W. more agreeable than the majority ,of This month is tho first time in my life an Inseparable accompaniment of a TOWN COUNCIL.
Tops) of Jackson Ga.
had poultices.
violent skin
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 'disease,
entire that I can remember of having Mayor Adhenmr llrady nldrrnient
body almost a scab yet permanently my high temperature many persons have ; Jno.
in curc by It. It. Jl. J.J. Head' of Athens menses without pain. I can't do Dixon, W. It, Knox, Jno. K. Walker) I).
will
practice the Courts of the 7th had eczema on hands Oa,, How to Make Kalnonilne. Why: recourse to beer and other alcoholic Unuldcn. ":. I I..Itradyj j OHnenHori John
Henry
arms and legs, suffered
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents five years, tried doctors and patent medicines The following makes a brilliant and : anything but recommend Po-ru-na.- drinks. There could be no greater mis elerkantti\ treamirer (', H. Ht'hujler; marsha

and rents and accounts collected Blood where Halm the cured eo hlllli only healed a few itcars Mrs.remainIng W. J.- serviceable kalsomlne: Dissolve eight Miss Kmtna.. L. BoldeD, Wilbcrforce, 0. take. There Is only one fluid that will\ and tuceta(1oll..rt"r first Tiit'mluy;\1. S.In.curls'0111'11 month., Jr Tho councl

Sued, of ounces of commercial The Pe-ru-na Medicine. Co., Columbus thirst and that fluid Is
Titusville, Florida. AugtitU, Ga had recurring 1 bolls, was carbonate of sodium I quench water.
cured by only live bottles three years ago. In sufficient hot water (about half O., will mall Dr Ilartman's special Kvorr other known liquid tends to Increase
Perfectly: well since. 4Mrs. M. L. INDIAN ItlVint
Adams. of GUARDS
Kreilonia, Ala., had, deadly cancer- was given a pint) and to the solution while still book for women, free on application, to thirst rather than to assuage It.
up to die by nine doctors yet was cured hot add "svomcnonly. All druggists Pe-m-na. Drill at the Armory, over' county jail, every
T 0. FRIES, C. E. Botanic Blood Halm. W. P. McUaniel, of At.by one quart of linseed oil and Still the devotees of King Alcohol continue Tuesday evening III tho month at o'clock.
-
lanta, cured of rheumatism, but what more saponify by heating and agitation. Put to pour his fiery potations down It. K. M1M8, Jii.j Captain.
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land wonderful need we say? We could till this paper with 12 ounces of white glue In a vessel APHORISMS.Sloth their already parched throats in hot ,
cures, and remember, all these troubles ,
legally surveyed and sub-divided. are caused by Bad nlood in the system, mid cover with cold water and let stand weather, That Is the surest possible HOARD or TUADK.
Blood lUIni cures because It forces all the over night In the morning pour off makes all things 'difficult but way not to keep cool and to predispose Meet
poison outward, hence there every nocond Weduenday night In each
cannot be !
Mapping neatly done. Estimates for of the symptoms. return the residual water, then set the vesselIn Industry all things easy.-Franklin. yourself to a heat !stroke! or sunstroke.Sponging month at 1\;Ito o'clock In room over iioRtonice.

all kinds of engineering works. Disputed ber Don't even trifle if sarsaparilla with blood troubles tonics, ,doctors and remem and a pot of water and heat until the Any man may make a mistake, but the entire surface of the Judge treasurer; bt I. H.J. 0.tone. Jllllt, ,prenliiont secretary.' ; J. M. Dlxon,

lines a specialty; salves have failed In your case, that It. B. II.- glue Is dissolved. Add the saponified pone but a fool will continue In It- body with tepid water, to welch a little I
Botanic Blood Haiti-Is different from anything I oil mix thoroughly by agitation then Cicero. bay rum or alcohol linn been added, Is

TITUSVILLE, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. else poisonous, and cures matter, to from stay cured the blood., by expelling This leech the remove from the fire and stir In ten Kindness 'in ourselves Is the honey very cooling and may bo practiced frequently COUNTY ()I""ICmtS.RCIIOm.1I0AttD. .

only remedy that cures in this way. pounds of Spanish whiting, adding a that blunts the sting of, unkindness Inanother. during the day, alcohol! when .
HOW TO OBTAIN BLOOD BALM. little at a time and under constant stir. applied externally being/ quite as beneficial
.
i Laudor.
W. ALLEN, WRITE FOIl FREE TUIAt BOTTLE. ring. and adding hot J. M. Dlxon, TltiiRvlllot R. N. Andrews .
GEORGE water (not quite I I as It Is Injurious when absorbedInto Coooa; B. V. lHlm, Melbourne.
has ,
If you are satisfied that Botanic Blood Balm Money little value to Its possessor -
I
boiling, however
is what you need you will find large bottles for as a boiling temper- unless It also has value to the circulation through the medium
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, sale by all druggists for 91.00, or six bottles ature destroys the tenacity of the glue) of the Htouiaeh. COUNTY
others. L. COMMISSIONERS
(full treatment) 5.00.. For free trial Stanford.
bottle address
| Key West, Florida; Blood Balm Co., 140 lIIltchellSt., Atlanta-, from time to time as the mixture Ingratitude Is the abridgement of all No two people should sleep togetherIn J. R. Walker, Tituivllle, chairman i Joseph
Oa.. and bottle and medical book will be sent, grows thick. Finally add sufficient hot hot weather Every Individual Mendel, Ladrangel; J. R, Walker, lltiinvljla
Will practice In the United States all we charges will Include prepaid.free Describe your trouble and water, until a liquid that, flows freely baseness; a fault never found unattended should have a bed to himself or her Jno. llouftton Eat: (Inllle: J.N. Ankona.;
personal medical
and State advice. with other vlclousness. Regular lomloni held
Courts. 9jun95pALPH from the brush Is obtained. The add Belt month are tint Monday In .each

AGENTS WANTED. tion of a little,liquid ,wash bluing adds We cannot think, or act but the soul Though drinking Iced water tends to ,
For "The Life and '
E. SMITH Achievements of Admiral lewey. the world's intensity to the white of the wash. er some >one ;who has passed before lower the temperature of the body, yet COUNTY OFFICIALS.
DI. D. greatest; hero. By Murat Halstead the life point the way-the dead never die.-
I If drink It at all to botempted : Minor JoneH, Tltimrllln
long friend and admirer of the nation's idol. wo we are apt rlrcult,jlltlge; D.
How to Mend White ,Porcelain. Bulwer. : L. Oauldon, Tltunvlllu,
Biggest and best book; over 600 pages; 8x10 to an Immoderate use of It county judge M>
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ; nearly 100 pages: half-tone Illustrations. Add to a good thick mucilage of gum Our manners and customs' go for Is OoldMinltli Tit nsylllo{ prom-outing attorney)
which to be decidedly reprehended.It A. A. Htewart.Tltuiiville clerk
,
1.50. circuit J.
Only f Enormous court
,
Specialist in Genltp. Urinary and Rectal sions. Outfit free. Chance demand.of a lifetime.Big commis Write arable sufficient plaster of parts to m'ore In llf than our qualities. The so lowers the temperature of the If'. Wooten, (:tarns tax assessor; E. W. ,hall
quick.t The Dominion Company, 3rd 'Floor make a thick cream 'and apply It witha price, we pa1,tOL' our civilization Is the TltUBVlllo, tax collector i John Henry,Tltuivllle,
,DJseases. Caxton stomach as to temporarily check digestion treasurer: J. H. Suum, CourU'imy, superintend
Bldg.,
Chicago, brush
'
to both edges
of( the object to Una?yet impassible differentiation of and its effects are Injurious In ent puhllo Initriiutlon ) J. O. Frlei.Tltuavllle,
127 Forsyth Street. be, mended join the pieces and bind these.;-llowell. other county lurveyor(| J. 1*. Itrown, TltUlv lie,nherllT,
ways.how
JACKSONVILLE( .. how to'Re'dae..Wel&bt.A them together. You will have a joint It -we could sweep Intemperance out .4 -
> FLORIDA. tumblerful of hot water must be that will. If neatly done, almost, defy, of the country there would' be hardly .Perfume Llaetrt- There Is a healthful hardiness about

: taken on waking In the morning. Rise detection, and which 'will;, be both fire poverty enough left to'give healthy exercise Boll either a' piece of orrisroot or 'a real dignity that never dreads contact

DR. C. H. PEETE, 'early and nave, a tepid bath, with and waterproof In ,the bargain.Plow to the charitable Impulses.-.. small bag of pulverized orrisroot with and,'' communion with others, however

rigorous, Crabbing afterward >with| a Phillips, ,Brooks._ the lingerie. Either of these will give humble.-

EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT. flesh brush. Avoid drinking at meals to Make Pineapple Pudding the,articles a, faint i fragrance as mysterious
and only have three meals a day. Take Infuse half a stick of vanilla In six GOLD t Is of no value when health Is as It Is delightful.How How's This !

5C8 Cherry Street, one small cup of fea at breakfast, some quarts of new milk for 20 minutes In' danger. What's of more value ?

dry:toast ,boiled fish or a small cutlet Mix together In a stewpan four ounces Pratt's up-to-date tablets will break up to Cook Spinach! and Sardine We offer one hundred dollars reward

Macon, Ga. and a baked apple or a little fresh* of butter, the same quantity of fine a cold In one day, and for constipationand Cook your spinach.< boiling a small for cured any case Hall's of catarrh that cannot be
biliousness by Catarrh
flour and all malarial Cure. _
an ounce and halt troubles
a of
rice flour ,
: fruit At dinner which should be at and as much butter. It has no equal. By mall prepaid for :25o. onion with the leaves. Strain when F J. Cu ::ur: &: Co.. Props., 1

TITil. McL. DANCY, D. D. L. midday take white fish or meat dry over this the flavored sugar as Pour Pratt Medicine Co., Station) B, Chicago, done and chop It fine. Skin and bone n Toledo, O. I
toast or stale bread, vegetables and milk and stir It 111. Send.for sample. dozen sardines, mince them One and )Ve, tho undersigned, have known P. 1

Graduate of fruit,' either fresh or stewed. For sup all over the fire until it bolls; then stir Into the spinach. Mix a' dessertspoon J. Cheney for for the last 16 years, and

Surgeon Philadelphia College of per toast salad and fruit Hot water turn It Into a large agate milk pan and USES FOR LEMONS. of butter and the same of fli/ur believe him perfectly honorable In all

class 1372. Perfect operations with lemon Juice In It Is good for sup when cool work Into It three raw yolks to a paste and dilute !It with a cup of business, transactions, and financially
promised. Hazeltine Block, corner Bay of eggs, and after beating this all for able to carry out any obligations made
per. broth. Stir It to a thick then
and Laura St. JACKSONVILLE 7 or 8 minutes stir It into the well The juice of a lemon taken In hot water sauce, by their firm.
FLA. mix In the and
sardlneH.
spinach Garnish
Devil frothed whites of eggs mixed with a on awakening In the morning Is an with white of chopped fine WEST TJIUAX, Wholesale Druggists,

Cut cold cooked oatmeal Into neat cup of crushed pineapple. Have readya excellent liver corrective, and for stout egg Toledo, O.
and a mass of fine crumbled egg In the WALDINO, KIN.VAN & :MARVIN Wholesale
ROBERT McCARREL, slices and fry brown In hot butter, plain mold lined with buttered women Is better than any anti-fat modicine. center. Druggists, Toledo O.,
spread with devil and ornamented all with ,
quickly a paste paper over little ---- Hall's Catariii Cure Is taken Internally .

CONTRACTOR; AND BUILDER, serve at once. Paste-Mix thoroughly rounds of pineapple and halved cher Glycerine and lemon juice, half and How to1 Remove Ink from Wood. acting directly upon the blood and
together two tablespoonfuls of mayon- ries. Pour the mixture very gently Into half bit of A drop or two of pure spirits. of niter mucous BUI'faces of the system. Price
on a absorbent
Churches specialty Steam stone works noise, half teaspoonful each of curry this and steam for 80 minutes. Turnout best, cotton Is the rubbed with a wet cloth will remove 7fto. per bottle Sold by all druggists,

powder, dry mustard and any good removing the paper, and serve thing In tho world wherewith to Ink stains from a mahogany or other testimonials free.

CONCORD AND PBITCUARD STS., table sauce. with a rich custard flavored with the moisten the lips and tongue of a fever kind of, tnW or wrltlnir desk. Hall's Family Pills are the best.

sirup of canned parched patient. ,\ .
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CHARLESTON, So. CA. pineapple. ------ -- --
-- How to Prepare varian Cabbage. A clash of lemon juice in plain water

Take a full grown white cabbage, How to Make Currant Shrub.! I Is an excellent tooth-wash. It not only


take off all the outer leaves and quarter Doll a pint of currant juice and a removes tartar, but sweetens the breath
It; cut out the white Inner stalk and pound of granulated sugar In an enameled ,

: A
teaspoonful of the
shred the cabbage very line. Sprinkle saucepan for six, minutes; remove I juice In a small \ i Ir 1 1Mrl1t

IFERRYSI among It salt and caraway seeds and from the stove nud stir constantly till cupful of black coffee will almost certainly

: let It stand an \hour. Melt two ounces quite cool; when cold, bottle It. To relieve a bllllous headache

of butter In a stewpan. Put In the cabbage prepare It as a beverage, (till a glass The finest of manicure acids is made

SEEDS and let It stew In its own juice with chipped Ice put In two teaspoon- by putting a teaspoonful of lemon julco

till It Is soft and yellow. Then add a fills of the shrub and fill with cold wa Into a cupful of warm water This removes
we"" tumbler of white wine. Cover close ter. r .
mouayearety;o-thrlrfame mont stains from the fingers and i
13 ij I/rulVS every year-l a the lieu!.. and let It stew till tender. '
slowly ..
mm very
t .t 10 be relied nails and loosens tho
011-108 alit n,14 h'ry cuticle more satisfactory
-\t\ B bent, Haw to .
llruln
tor Bale '..willl( Fifteen minutes before serving dredgeIn
l'r: "paper.r.. everywhere.end I1lwl1YII live wor'b CtntS IL xfl a dessertspoonful of flour and let It Having cleaned the brain boll It very than can bo done by the use of a '

1'\,, 1111111'' eo 011 riNk bl1Vlll1f-buy them I't"rrr', HUll1k. cook while stirring this well Into the fast (In order to harden It) In well seasoned sharp instrument 1 IK r / r 1 11 t I JI 1 1t+ m .1 .

:e
It. M Ut."trrly'tUII": Allall.d ('U.. V Cut it into slices, and dip each piece In A Frightful; Jlliindcr

and bread crumbs well
egg seasoned
-i How to Kvep'Yonnic. Will often cause a lionlblo} Burn, Cut, I
A dally, thorough bath with mild with dried powdered parsley, pepper Scald or Bruise Bucklen's Arnica Salve

-- soap and'warm water, aided by a and salt. Fry In a little butter until the best In the world, will kill tho pain

brush which leaves the body tingling brown. The gravy having become void and promptly heal It. Cures old Sores, -,
DROPSY CURED with vegetable I remove the fat and boll the liquid In a Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boll, Felons, Corns
Kfiuwlien. Have cured and smooth; a nap or rest for 20 min .
I pan without a lid until the is reduml all Skin Eruption. Brut Pile cure on
many thousand CA.-IM utes every noon before the system has gravy The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one inmate,
k7satl.. re Int to a small quantity Pour round earth Only 23 I cts. a box. Curs guar.
Di.H.i .BuCagEaRl arttwo-thirdr''I nr slil.ynytou r.moy'. exhausted Its. supply of force; a long the brains and serve. anteed. .Sold by F, S, C'lialTeo, druggist.A seventy years of age, who has been in the infirmary for three years, .
and rapid walk which gradually ex
SUNBDbox
) K.AilenutOBO a great sufferer from indigestion, and has been taking Rlpans Tab- ,
tends In length: a warm room In winter How to Preaerve Silk.

with ventilation night and day; Silks and ribbons should never be put thankful man owes a courtesy ever; ules about a year.and a half and finds them so beneficial that he isi i f

a perpetual opeD'air life In summer' ; a away In white paper, for ,Jt 'contains the Ben unthankful Johnson. but when lie! needs It.- never without them. He is willing that his name should be used ina
YEARS'EXPERIENCE
few but complete gymnastics for 15
chloride of lime, which will discolor
minutes a day to supply the muscles them. Drown paper should be used for testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other person ,

and tone ,the nerves; food composed this work. That Tlirolibhifr Ileatlacho to try them A second old gentleman, in the same institution j

principally of fruits and whole wheat Would quickly leave you, If you used eighty-four years of age, has had liver trouble for and I
many years
1 with meat once a day and an abun How to Cook Salt Cod. 8p aUb Way Dr, King's New Life Pills. Thousandsof
dance of salads and nuts and lastly, Soak two pounds of salt cod for 24 sufferers have proved their matchless finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have two ,

.' nights of unbroken sleep for nine hours, drain off the water and boll the merit for nick and nervous headaches nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer
TRADE MARKS hours.. These make up the regimen.- fish until the fle DESIGNS "The Fine Art of Grooming". In Slice two onions and brown them add and build Dyour'/ health. Easy to take. from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nerve,
COPYRIGHTS Cue.h ; Try them. Only 23 cts. Money back If ousness. They take the Tabules and find them useful that
Deinorcst's Magazine.How so they
Aevosesending ,. to that fish, which has been picked. Into Sold
u a Iht and description may not cured by F, S. Cbaffee, .,rug.
4ia't It4probably/'taI/1 our opinion*W**?free. (whether'ommaaha..an to. .lea.. Irory. flakes, ,tomato sauce, salt and pepper gist always have a package in their pockets; The matron also states '

P r+It"L'II'eo"ade"lI..J.5151 VikU:. a''I'' '' fwreeeorlng HandbookoD.TateVrtT' | Whiting, and iliac juice clean (Ivory and two tablovpoonfulv ot chopped that she .is forty-five years of age and at..times suffers with indigcs '.t.
sjiiif.!; ", Wunn ; .teceiv/ parsley Simmer gently for about an ) Marriage Paper.'U J.VM!
) knife handles.I .: hour, thicken with flour and add the Tbouwuu .f ftdrcitlMr to MIM tion, causing pain and} paroxysms o( belching, and, find* that ;the

cRmerScIentlcaueeemsirnleatrtl.d i The Treat of Chamberlain's' juice of one lemon. non up and serve. iI' non from.Formal WMltbr and.ftrvtonj..*&100" Jntroduo luo word Tabules are very good indeed and Is perfectly willing to have her

.
,. Colic, pholera,and plsrrhoeaRemedyIn ad.(r.. M lull**. Svapl eupjr So.
el
1"
nnr all, tIelltla" Joumal.:, fcKS?U a the treatment of bowel complaints baa .at w. ttty HaMtt f OCUU AMEIICAN.Ttltds,Obi. name,. used; In a egtl1nonlall, .. ,
IeeNlai. made it standard the I cured .l horn wJlh- 1fA1Rtp, .. .. ,. ... .1- ..... '
mUNir&O :: over greater part 1..e t4raV J>> llieW +.e/ y.y p.1..i4 Wu 0-
out pain Boell nf f''r (Treat MalL SAMPLE opteaof tutereotNewspspen w -I"C. : .1' SM e.r1r e.aieaau a--fir ..
&wck CSratWwkNewYorkM of the civilized world. For sale by all tleoUrs Mill fatt Big : :: .. Mtwt!.. =Uj
Om.:.; ; druggist and medicine dealers. toe If. WOOL UI CO. and Masutau Mat upon realp1of ISo tot ,....... rwIaya -c"l=:....... ;:...... ... cwt +. lee-.
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4. ," .INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER, 1899.

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; I -f IHDIAH RIVER-ADVOCATE 4.- THE DREYFUS- VERDICT. Indian River Real EstateAgency


Last Saturday morning the celebrated :
w WBIKLT JOUBIUL DBVOTCD TO 1'8. DKTBI/- ,

or.lllft or Tat IXDUN RIVER LAK. trial of Dreyfus at Rennea, I ot,414 TITUSVILLE FLA.YOU

"oaTH AXD areOATNi 8A"IIIOTt01fI. ended by the court-martial by a .

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. vote of 5 to 2 bringing in a verdictof POWDER

guilty. AesOWTELY PURE would do well If yon have property to sell and want It advertised in this

Dreyfus has been condemned, > paper, free of cost to you, and put In the hands of lire men, to write at once to

poet H. WALTOH, Editor & Proprietor. and although a majority of the Makes the food more delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public.
sales will be made this winter by this
J B3T- Many probably Agency. Why
French the not
people fully expected
Discontinuance of advts. mn t be made per- OVU ftlVTWI OWOtf CO..MtW VOWC.

4 aonallyatthieomceorbywriting. verdict, they were completely stupefied yours.PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to 1000.

when it was given. The ver- ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS $2.00 to $20.00) per acre.

Check,etc., may be made payable to CnARLKi dict condemns the prisoner to ten THE TRANSVAAL TROUBLE. African Republic had been slightly enlarged Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of Eau

B. WALT05,publisher and proprietor. of solitary confinement but on both sides. Gallic; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price $1,000.

years it is the opinion of many that Drey In short, the British took so little Interest ORANGE GROVES 14 acres, 50 miles south of Titusvllle. Will pay $1,000 this

Address all communication to [JJy one who 'hat been there.] In the matter that it Is not Impossible year and $2,000 next. Price, $7,000.
fus will be 'given his in
liberty a the Boers might,: stealthily and HAMMOCK LANDS, near Tltusville, from $5 to $25 per acre.
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, few months, as some claim that the As there Is considerable 'interest centered gradually)) have succeeded In their double One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2} miles west of Titusville, good for

i' TITUSVILLB, FLORIDA. five years already served on Devil's In the above cause, it may be interesting aim, despite the vigilance of Cecil pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $550.00.Grain ; : .

1 to the, ADVOCATE readers to Rhodes Hercules Robinson.The .
island will count, under the French learn and Sir
something in connection with ItIt -
u. Department of Agriculture law, as double the time served, was on the Cape of Good Hope that discovery of gold In the Wltwatersrand -,'
range of hills changed every :T.: .wr::EJS :8. :80-cres.:
the white made his first settlementin
making the full amount of the man ,
Fla.
up
mines
+ Weather Bureau-Jupiter, thing. To be sure, the first exploited -
South Africa. The Dutch under the
sentence. However, some disclaim in 1886, at Barberton, collapsedafter
r this and that he will auspices of the Dutch East India Company the preliminary rush, but the
assert not
went there in the seventeenth Feed Flour Grits
comparative state- Hay Meal
The following is a unique conglomerate; deposits In the lo- and
even be allowed a credit for the
ment of temperature and rainfall for the century. They were followed by Huguenot cality where the present city of John- ,
Bept. 12, 1800 exact time already served. We believe refugees search of the religious
Tuesday almost in
r week ending nesburg sprang up a night,
-1899- -1898- the latter to be the cane for two freedom races denied lived them amicably in France.together.These Intermarriages gave assurance to the world that one of Cotton Seed Heal, New Garden Seed .arming Fresh

DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. our opinion of French justice, leadsus the greatest centers of gold mining
them into
0 88 78 87 75 merged one known to all history had been found.\
., 7 88 11 80 76 to the conclusion that Dreyfuswill blood. That the Boers,,or Dutch Afri The world was quick to respond. Vast all the time.

8 88 80 85 75 not be spared in any particular kanders, of to-day are a mixed race multitudes of foreigners, chiefly English,

D 87 70 86 72 where it can be prevented.The Dutch, English, French, Germans and Americans, Germans, French and Aus- Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to man or

10 87 70 87 78 press of the world universally natives their evidenced by the very namesof tiians, streamed into that region. The beast Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotation
11 87 80 87 70 prominent representatives. Kru- Boers classed them all as ultlanders Lowest cash prices.
12 01 74 80 74 condemns the Dreyfus verdict. ger, the president, for example, has a foreigners. Today Johnnesburg, whichIs

Total rainfall for the week: 049. Demonstrations of thier disapprove name of Holland origin. Joubert, the practically) an English city, and built Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Departure from normal rainfall for the al have occured at Berlin, London, vice-president and the commanding gen principally by British capital, numbers
eral of their has French
Inches. Departure' Rome and other cities army a patrony over 100,000 souls. Pretoria, the capitalof
week: minus 1,50 Budapest mic. The first British settlers arrived

from normal rainfall since January r, and Italy, Austria, Germany and toward the close of the eighteenth cen- To-day the the state uitlander, can muster 'barely ation of 5,000.the CHAS. N. WELSHANS,
popu
4,63lncheR.
,, minus Observer. several other European countriesare tury. Trouble at once began to arise South African Republic is five times as
J. 'Y. CRONE,
threatening to boycott the Paris through Jealousy of the Boers. These large AH that of the Boers. 'The ultland
-
'u troubles culminated In the of

Exposition of 1900. the country by the British.conquest In 1814 ers in numbers may not,have but a have vast the preponderance wealth, the CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER

GREAT preparation is being made Dreyfus has borne the terrible Holland formally ceded it to Great intelligence and the energy that makes ,

for the Dewey celebration in New shock with marvelous fortitude, and Britain. Cape Colony, as it was now numbers tell.Meanwhile.

York, which will occur on September in addressing his wife, he said : "I named, has of the ever since remained a dependency the Boers had wakened to Agent (for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.

59th and 30th, am not uneasy regarding myself, The administration crown. little their imminent peril of being swampedby
new was to
N this invasion of aliens. They had atone B3P- Write for Samples d Prices.
I shall be free but I thinkof _
as soon the liking of the descendants of the orig- time welcomed immigration. In.

of have been you and our poor children. inal settlers; they felt themselves aliens. 1884 President Kruger, when in London, Old 'Phone 8. )jut 13 Hogan Street
Messages sympathy The crisis of discontent arrived with the ,
1 They will be branded as the child. had even published an invitation to "
I !sent from all parts of the world to emancipation of their slaves In 1834. ,
to settle In the At
1 ren of a traitor. lie is convinced Itself Englishmen country. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
Madame Dreyfus, nn the result of Not only was emancipation against that time any settler could secure the
that the
ten years' imprisonment but the nominal
court-martial at Rennes. I their wishes, compen- electoral franchise after a residence of
the to which he is sentenced will be sation offered them took the form of two Now although the Boors

,; wiped out by the five years' of sol- orders on London. Many of the farmers welco years.lied the tide,of money that flowed

: j,, CHEAT pressure is being broughtto itary seclusion he has undergoneon and were disgust practically a large impoverished.number of the In Boers rage into the exhausted exchequer, they took MeMurray & Baker

I bear on the French government Devils Island, and he expects to began to go north and east into the steps to preserve their independence the by. ,
restricting; the privilege of ballot.
to pardon Dreyfus. From nil parts be released October 15 which wilderness. This exodus is known as
by The probationary term of qualificationswas 410, 412, 414, 41C, 418 Main St Jacksonville, Fla.
't of the world comes the same appeal. will be five years from the date of the "great trek" of 1836. Trek Is Dutch raised first to five years and thento
track rather the verb which
for for
his former condemnation. This or, vernacular, fourteen. During; that probationaryterm -I :EloaClqu.ar1iors For 1Wagon -
survives to
our speech as
I..; CORNELIUS Vanderbilt, head of matter is quite aside from a general make tracks. The trekers founded the the prospective citizen other had to for.
swear allegiance to state.Even
' ,Vanderbilt family, died at his residence impression that he will be par two colonies of Orange and Natal, whose at the expiration any of that term his Material Vehicles Harness
York last Tuesday doned in few President northern boundaries were the Vaal admission Bicycles
in New City a weeks by Rover. still claimed Brit I depended upon the will of ,
They as
were
I 'morning, from cerebral hemor Loubet, who will find some ground ish subjects by the governor of the col the president and of the volksraad, or
. i to exercise clemency. legislative assembly. Thus he might Arid: S-u.n.d.r1.es.:
rhage. ony. In 1848 this claim waif enforced remain forever a man without a country.His .
In the meantime M. Labori and bv Once more a large num-
conquest.
children, even if born IP the republic -
"KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES
I M. the 'counsels for the ber of the Boers jumped Into their wag- put on you wheelsat
,CArT. Dyer, who commander the Demange, and treked the Vaal in searchof were aliens, who would only gain
Baltimore at the battle of Manila, convicted man, have filed an appeal. ons Independence.across the rights of citizenship by the sameuncert.aln short notice.

has been presented with a magnificent The case will be reviewed by the i Thus the Transvaal State was founded Meanwhile process to increase of the naturalization.preponderance -

L sword, by the citizens of Baltimore Court of Revision, and the sentence and maintained a precarion existence by of Boer domination the ballot was

:, will either be maintained or declared whip and rifle hordes in the teeth of-hostile constantly thrown open to native children as soon HAMMOND PACKING CO.
(U encroaching savage
annulled. as they had reached the of 16.
tribes. But go where they,would, the Naturally the uitlanders age protested. (Formerly The G. H. Hammond Co.)

WE are sorry to announce that Boers found that British power{-and They pointed out,that though they con- OUR SPECIALTIES :, .
influence were sure to follow nor were
PHILIPPINE QUESTION AGAIN- ; stituted the majority of the state, own.
the sick with fever
yellow
among they altogether unwelcome at first, ing half the land and at least nine- "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
+{ 'at Kev West, is Editor T. J. Apple- Without__ .._.___ the_n_ _aid__ of.__, _British...___ arms_n ___ _it_ _is_ tenths_ of
the and
property, paying more
ps, yard, formerly of the Sanford Editor Indian River Advocate : more than doubtful whether t.he.whit". than nine-tenths. of the taxes, yet in "Coin Special" canned meats."Calumet" .

Chronicle, but now of'the Key West I feel flattered by the notice you selves settlements against could the have Zulus maintained on their them-east, all matters affecting their lives, their hams and breakfast bacon.
1
Herald take of little the liberties and properties they had prac- "Calumet" leaf
my piece concerning the Eatabeles on their west and the lard.
tically no voice. In 1800 a concession
1 Filipinos.Agulnaldo not within Kaffirs in their very midst. In 1877, was made to them. A second volksraadwas Homemade pure lar.d.
was a day'smal'ch however British annexation the
proved
CAI-T. Thomas Phelan of Kansas created, for the members of which
of Manila "Peerless"
as our generals reported price of British protection.By compound lard
sausagesand
in the United when the latter landed to attack the aliens might vote after taking the oath
City an ex-Captain ,
I a convention signed Pretoria in
'The turned and residing for two years In the coun- all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Volunteer has issued Spaniards. Spaniards over 1881 Gladstone's
State Mr. restored
army, a government -
all
try. But as the decrees of the second
to all of the towns and In
us territory independence to the Transvaal, ,
challenge to fight Count Esterhazy volksraad are subject to the approvalof
,al the Island of Luzon "except the swamps now known officially as the South African ,
a duel, in behalf of Captain Alfred and mountain fastnesses" subject the first volksraad, this concession
Republic. Independence was
conceded little or nothing.The WILLIAM CLARKE Plumber
The of Gen. Otis of Sanitary
Dreyfus. reports our troops however, to the suzerainty of uitlanders ,
had other grievances.
having to fight and take towns withinten Great Britain. ....

4 A SERIOUS storm has',just swept necessity miles of for Manila heavy, are reinforcements all false. The so There the word was suzerainty no mistaking as defined the meaningof in this oppressive They complained and were that squandered the taxes in were the Fine Gas Fixtures Plumber and Gas Fitter Roofing Sheet ..

secret service and the fortifications of ,
Bermuda that Gen. Otis have ,
60,000
over doing great damage may men actually convention. It was expressly stipulatedthat

.I to public and private and buildings It, Filipinos" in the are field no ,more Is all than a mistake wandering! The British the English resident crown with should a veto appointa power Pretoria pesthole., while They Johnuesbuig inveighed against remaineda the Iron work, pumps and drain pipe, bath tubs, water clos-

ships, shipping railways. monopolies granted by the
tribes like Indians at the governmene,
our yet same the internal of the
I is estimated that the damage will time, they have towns of sufficient size ,I over that it should control policy and conduct republic,its; placed especial it! in the the dynamite of monoply. which German ets and Wash stands. Copper vessels of all descriptions re-tinned
a single
power
reach $1,000,000A i and Importance to warrant municipal entire foreign policy and reserve the

government. We look back with pride light of moving troops over its territory for finD to inferior charge literally a double 37 Forsyth St., near Laura St.,
article.
price an They de-
and satisfaction to .
our treatment of the in time of
nerouT from :Manila states Indians The same policy towards the war. nounced the exorbitant freight charges; JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Thus came the conference which led of the Netherlands Railroad Company,
that General Wheeler has declared Filipinos-that Is, extermination-will
to the second London convention of
or which owns all the railways In t.hecoun.
'd that he will apply for permission be right? The and Anglo-Saxon proper, humane and has Christian 1884. Though held Io the metropolis of try and Is protected by the government. FOR STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE I
race a
;fa. to return to the United States, un- light to and subdue perfect Groat Britain itself,'the British public They pointed out that these extortions .
conquer or
less there is some change made in slaughter any people or nation, In thought little and cared less about the made a serious difference in the profitsof

\' the management In the Philippines. part of the world, In order to gain "new any matter. The Boers got pretty much the best mines, threatened the exist Benedict Pollak & Co. House
.r fields and markets" what they wanted. Out of deference to ence of the second best and had already Wholesale
Boer sensitiveness the word "suzerainty led to the abandonment of poorer ones, ,
1 All this Is rather startling to me and I
ADMIRAL Dewey has left Gibraltar am sure will be to most of readers. ," expressly used in the conventionof which would pay under more liberal
made and
your 1881, was omitted in the new one, conditions. Mosquito Netting, unmade, fine mesh. Sandfly Netting and Screen
and is on his way to New York. Again the Spaniards on surrendering to and the title of British resident was Cloth. Ducks and Georgia Checks and Cottonades. Cotton, In all num-

." A cablegram received by the Navy us, were permitted to turn over their changed to diplomatic agent, with a bers, 41cts. per doz. Show Cases, old or new ones. Special attention paid to

department states that he will arms and ammunition to the Filipinos!? restriction of his functions to purely Lotus. correspondence. Traveling men on the road constantly. We only sell to dealers,
And yet, our officers, guilty of this monstrous corporations and hotels. Anything
consular duties. Complete independencewas usually kept by storekeepers in our line we
reach New York on September 28. act of imbecility, or crime In giv- grunted In domestic affairs. Thewestern have In stock. Liberal terms and liberal treatment.
He will probably stop at Bermuda ing nld and comfort to an enemy, were boundaries of the state Mr. and Mrs. Bisbee spent Saturday
A' the Azores in not court-martlalod and shot, not even were I in Cocoa.A. BENEDICT POLLAK & CO.,
or coming across.. mutually determined upon. .
cashiered
You call I the rebels Though the word suzerainty was Near, of Eau Gallie, spent Saturday 32, 34, 38 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Filipinos
; why dropped, the thing itself was assertedIn In our burg.
GENERAL Jiminez has arrived in Washington and his compatriots were clause which follows
rebels, for they were born subjects of one ran as : Mrs. J. A. Booth, of Brantley, and B. JOHN R. WALKER
"The South African will
San Domingo, and the provisional Groat Britain and rebelled against their Republic CI n- Jernlgan were here Saturday.Mrs. ,
is now in course of Out the clude no treaty or engagement with any
government own government. Filipinoswere
state or nation other than the Orange E. V. IIIscock, of Georgiana, Furniture
construction, Homon Caceres, the never subjects of the U. S., and Free State, nor with any native tribe to was In town shopping Wednesday. : ice Cream Parlor.lIillinerl' .
+ assassin of President IIeureaux therefore could not rebel against a government
the eastward westward of the
republic
they never had acknowledged. The Ragan brothers, of Banyan, alsoJ.
has been appointed Minister of But we bought them from Spain, bought until the same has been" approvedby Scott, were bare last Thursday.Mrs. ; Soda Water,
War and is the idol of the Her Majesty, the Queen.
people eight or ton millions of human beings.
A
As the other r.lausesVere concessions D. A. Ramsey, of North Lotus
second only to General Jiminez, Having bought them, they belong to us, to Boor feelings, so this was a concussion called at Mrs. II. D. Booth's Wednesday. Irv Goods : (Fount and bottles.(
and we are going to make them
obey or
we will shoot them down. to John Bull's. Some years II. D. Booth has two thousand eggplants Cigars & Tobacco.

THE republics of South and Central This IK the right .of the Algo-Saxon passed vital before it was looked upon colonial as of and tomato plants growing nice- Notions, etc. :
racol I How about the Declaration of In. any Importance. The ly. etc.
America are reported to be office winked at some minor violationsof Confectionery,
dependence Was that document blun- 'Star
planning a combination of their der, or was I It just a canard to be laughedat a ,, its spliit Only when the Boers Ray Otwell, of Bahta, and P. II. Witt- Building. : : ("at the old stand.")
states, directed against the United showed a disposition to encroach beyondthe feM, of Georgiana, were visitors to town
e
? Did Washington really tight for the Give me a call. Polite and courteous attention. Mall orders receive promptand
States. This feeling of distrust of principles therein contained? Is not boundary limitations of the conven- Monday,
tion it aroused then careful attention. Yours for business
and to WALKER.
was even ; JNO. R.
the Uuited States has been prevail. Aguin.ildo fighting for the very same action. The Transvaal The Misses Annie, Julia and Genla -
pllnclploh? Where is the difference( ? .ardy government Stewart, of Brantley, were visiting Miss :=
: ing in tbese'countries for several I I had its heart upon two great alms.
Why 1s
one an Anglo-Saxon and the Blanche Stewart Sunday. ESTABLISHED 1852.
One to shut off from
was Cape Colony
years. other
isn't. And this Is
"0 temporal 0 mow/ Christianity I the north by attempting to prevent the E*V, Hall, of Georgiana; L. G; Tuten, t3T" Oldest Fruit and Produce Commission House in Chicago. ..

J. P. WILKINSON. building of a railroad by English and of Artellla; R. B. Stewart, of Brantley,

THE yellow fever situation is improving American capitalists from Egypt to and C. R. Stewart, of Titusville, were
IIawkll'lU'k, Fla., Sept. 12 ItIV.> .
at all thn infected points. Cape Town. This railroad has already here Friday.HAND. T. D.
RANDALL
[Being only In temporary control of been laid through a. savage country & CO.

.1 Florida is free of the fever, exceptat the editorial management of this paper, about 700 miles, and Is now open ,to MADE TANKS ,
Key ,West ; and being under the we do not desire to prolong a discussion the English-speaking people.: The otherto ,

careful supervision of the State on this subject, when we do not know establish a seaport of Its own. HAND MADE cosv M:ISSIO:

Board of Health and the Marine the position taken by the editor. To The conquest of Bochuanaland on the ,
continue, would embroil the editor, on east would accomplish; their first object, HONEY AND SYRUP BARRELS,
Hospital service, we are in hopes of his return, Into a controversy. which, the conquest Zufuland which stood between As good as the best and as cheap as the Early Vegetables, Melons, Fruits and Southern Produce

an'early termination of the epidemic possibly-.would,not be pleasant and we them and the ocean, in the west, cheapest. All warranted. ,

<:?' there. 1'beState Board. of Heal therefore decline to reply to the above would accomplish the latter Tentative Machine made barrels for sale, but not P1.n.onpP1os: o Sjaoolrtlty.

tb reports the disease to be well article, but hope our correspondent will raids to the east and the west were suppressed warranted. Give as reference: The Mercbanta' National Bank of Chicago Southern Ex
find the desired Information from' the British but TOM: JOHNSON Co. ;
under control. some by authorities press : Florida shippers on application. Also state remittances made in dew
other source-Acting Editor.] not until the boundaries of the South Pioneer Cooperage, LaGrange, Fla. York Exchange, or express money orders on which there is no exchange.


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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE SEPTEMBER 15, 1899. 5'

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ac' and Miss Susie Summers spent Saturday Jri 1 It o ;

Sunday in Ankona a. the guest of > .
.. Mr. and Mrs. Saeger.

t1wt Mr. and Mrs George Saeger and
$ two
lIon, of Ankona, were pleasant callers
on Mr. and Mrs J. T. Waters last Sun i SPECIAL PRICES
day afternoon.The [f Q)

schooner, Merchant, was moored
!
In our harbor for several days this week


our with usual people.a, was full line doing of a merchandise good business, and with, as 11. ..:J? : eapp le o Gro-w-ers.. ; P1tl


Mr. and Mrs James Andrews spent r.l

Saturday in Fort Pierce where they A11 lirouxnd IS'ortiliQloraPrice : : ; .

1L'i went to look after the Interest of the ; $25.00.GUARANTEED" =:r- Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to .
property which Mr. Andrews recently

i HM purchased, and Is making$ preparations i ANALYSIS: us for prices, and wo will prove to you we can save you money 1I
for setting out an orange this
grove : Moisture.................................................,............... ...... S to 10 STEAMED BONE: RAW BONE,
fall.The Ammonia................... ............................. .... ........y......... 8 to fI 1H
dwelling of Professor Jannoch : Equal to Sulphate of Ammonia.... ..,.......................................... !SO to 2fl BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE,
which LJ Available 1'1I1 IIl'borio Acid.. ..................... ............................ 8 to s
TDIT was contracted to Messrs. Ditt- Equal to Hone rbonphau of Lime...............::............................. 11 to IS DISSOLVED BONE NITRATE OF SODA,
mar & Davis, of Ft. Pierce, is now completed I'otanhKIO....................... ..........:"................................. B to 6
? and la one of the handsomest Equal to Sulphate Potash.......,.........;. .......................... ... 0 to 10. SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS,
dwellings In this Magnesia,Lime.8oda. etc..................................................... 66 to 803T
and place. Both owner [E-I TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD 'ASHES,
-
contractors have just cause to feel Write for Special Pamphlet.
proud of the building.Mrs. COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND. POTASHES. : .

E. J. Luce, our postmistress C3T"' Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0

was requested on Sept. let, to adver- H prices f .
tise for bids for a mail carrier to '
J lil'3It carry
; the mail between the postoffice and rail Please Correspond with us before being induced_ to buy from Dealers. Send for
road station for one year. Bids were
received until Sept 10. The lowest bid t-l Pamphlet. I.LJ

der will be the successful one, but who

we cannot tell yet. I LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.,, 01

Miss Ella Veronee, daughter of C. B. ,
.
Veronee one of
our very promlent
pineapple growers who has been taking Tac1 QoI.-: rifle, Flor1da.. :
LIRockledge. painting lessons for several weeks. is

I now turning out some very handsome ------- -

paintings which Is proof of Miss Ella's J. P. Knight moved his family to Cocoa -
aptness as well >a.s that she has an able Melbourne.GOODE Eau Gallie. on Tuesday, from Indlanola.Mrs. FILTER YOUR WATERAND
instructor in order to turn out such
.
elegant worK in so short time. Wm. Ilenton left Sunday, for
& GOODR.-Real Estate and Loan The schooner Veteran was onGlna| Oveldo, Orange Co., for a visit with her AVOID DANGER
W. G. Gillmore, of Jensen who has Agent for AQna London and Liverpool and
sister who is to be married .
Hatch drove toy been Globe,and Imperial Fire In nrance. Special son's ways this week for repairs. expected ... .
A. L. commissioned
fr. and Mrs. as lay reader of St. attention paid to the intercuts of non rOIl- quite soon. -- -- -- ------ ,
-- --- -----------
last Saturday. Paul's Episcopal Church held Miss Annie of Fort
Point services dents. v Houston George
Rev G.W. Davison conducted services
last Sunday afternoon to a large and Is visiting her sister Mrs: C. Houston. No Store, Hotel, Boarding House or Residence
.dmundSimmons left, Friday, for a In St. Maik's, last Sunday morning, and
appreciative lIe will also
days outing at Seabreeze. hold congregation. Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, The peoplo of Savage are having a big will conduct services at same place next should be without the Anil-
services next week at 3
Sunday the pink of the East Coast will be
paper pio-nio, this week their friends from far Sunday morning. I
;
\son was born to Mr. and Mrs. T. J. p. m. Too much praise cannot be said received at the Melbourne Postoffice.
Ider, Wednesday, Sept. 6th. of Mr. Gillmore for the interest whichhe and near, attending. Sam ClilUls Is laying the retaining wallon Germ Water Filter.

has taken in the advancement of our The steamer Spartan carried a partyto King street in front of tho Travis
Ed Dexter, of City Point, is paintingE. church, and also of Alfred Cox the Joe Smith, of Eau Gallic was In town Melbourne,'Tuesday evening, to attend block. The wooden timbers had rotted

.Uartwell's winter cottage. organist for his untiring efforts to build Wednesday I a dance returning in the wee sma' and were about to tumble down

J.B. Bower came up from Palnf Beach up the choir and after this date choir Mayor James T. Hogg and Thomas hours. Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Wm. Illndlo's moth. }

t week, and spent a few days with his practice will be held in the church ev Nicholson left hero on a business trip, Mrs. Gilbert and family are expected er, died at tho residence of Mr. Illnille,

rally.Miss. ery Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. last Tuesday, for Ormond. home about Oct. 1st. They have been Tuesday morning, after a short Illness.
But few country places are so fortunateas The remains taken to Titusville for
Maude Hardee returned Fridaym to have two as acorn plished and able The young folks return thanks to Mr. enjoying the summer cruising on the Interment.Wm. were
Titusville where she has been tak- instructors in music as Messrs. Gill. and Mrs. Robertson and Miss Lillie, for Great Lakes.

the teacher's examination. more and Cox; and the young people of the use of Hotel Carleton, last Tuesday ,Judging from the number of drum- Mooro engineer at the Ice works,
moved from the Knight to the :
Mrs. W. W. Jarvis arrived home last this place should take advantage of the evening. rners constantly visiting us, it does not Brevard cottage It
on
ek after a delightful summer spent opportunity and attend the choir practice Mrs. Sherman Snedeker and the Misses look as though; business was dull with I Is understood a nice youug man avenue., clerk In I

th friends in New York city. as it will be equal to taking sing- Jennie Miller, Carrie and Mattle Brown, our merchants. one of our stores, has bought the Knight I,

.L. Coats has sold out his meat bus- Ing lessons. and Blanch Snedeker, are spending a few J. M. Dancy, of Jacksonville, with two cottage, on Mulberry avenue, and will

oss to E. C. Johnson. Johnson has days at Melbourne Beach. assistants, is making a survey of lands become a Benedict In a few days. /

ved the market into the rear of hisre. -Drink pure filtered water and keep west of the St. John's river. Rumors. of G Z.h ,.
Captain Nesbitt brought the following S. S. Jones and son, S. Hardee, F.
healthy. See those fine filters for sale railroad building are rife.
by jolly party down on the steamer Spartan Llpp, Andy and Lawrence Covar, S. Water being clear and sparkling Is no-
Claude Walton -'titusville.
Miss Anita Canova left, Sunday, for I agent, last Tuesday evening, to attend the Mrs Thomas Barbour is enjoying the Shear, E.G. Johnson Mr. Mathes and !. proof It Is pure Well or cistern water
Augustine where she will remain fore dance at Hotel Carleton: Mr. and Mrs. month of September In the Adirondacks, another party, from City Point, were at that Is full of typhoid fever and malarial

winter, attending St. Joseph's acad-I -If you are about to buy pineapple Pomroy, Mrs. W. J. Nesbitt, Mrs. Scott and writes that she expects.to come to the Savage birthday pic-nlo on the West. germs may be perfectly clear.
slips or suckers, read the ads of those and son Harry, Mrs. A. S. Botsford, Mr. Eau Gallie about Oct. 10th. side. S. S. Jones carried as A present a h your drinking or cooking water

y.Mrs. who have them for sale on 8th page. and Mrs. S. K. Watts Misses Florence There Is a well authenticated rumor handsome birthday cake which Wm. muddy or cloudy 1 Readily cleanse It
Joyner who came down from TI. Hodgson and Bertha Scott the Messrs. that Indian river steamers will run be- Stlllng, the Cocoa baker, head made and from all earth, sand, Insects or slime.
sville a few days ago, died of Bright'ssease i Ernest Taylor, Kingan Hodgson and tween Ormond and Lake Worth this decorated for the occasion. It was pre.scnted Is the water you use bad smelling or
at the home of her daughter' ,. Georgiana. Will Curtis. to Mrs. Savage as a birthday\ gift. tasting P Is It too much trouble to clean
coming season, carrying passengers only.
n. Wm Umdle, on Monday night. out the cistern( or well as often as shouldbe
The first' social dance of the season anf'Mrs. There Is a law among tho town ordinances
'Mr.: B. Richardson are still t Is the from house
stable
Dave Ileisler, one of the converts of, drainage ,
was given last Tuesday evening at Hotel prohibiting the dumping of
"Mothei" Hall the gar.bago
spent day with visiting Jacksonville where :Mr. Richardson
Holiness Band has given up the Mrs. Owen last Carleton, by the young men of our town.It fish, etc., within the town limits. or privy. dangerously near your water
sition with Mr. Merwin, and has join- Thursday. was a most enjoyable affair and dem- is temporarily employed with the Two weeks ago a lot of fish were dumped supply] so us to make you anxious'
the Band; giving up a steady income Peter Wlttfeld went to Titusville I ri- onstrated that no weather is unseasonable Western Union Co. Their return is ex- on the !ground just west of Bishop's Have you had typhoid or malaria in your

lead the life of a wondering preacher. day, returning Saturday. for the devotees of this amusement. pected shortly. place and east of the railroad track. family lately ana realized that the water

Mr. and Mrs. Penney, who have had .Messrs. Cory and Tuttle were over The success of the event is said to have Messrs C. Ainsworth and G. G. Glen- Monday another lot were dumped out got used a may LITTLE be responsible BROWN for JUG It FILTER? Then.

arge of the Jarvis house, during the from Horti Monday doing some trading. promised repetition of it soon. Among son went to White City, Tuesday, taking between the express building and the at Its low and
isence of Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis returned those present were: Mcsdames Elizabeth their bicycles with them, as they expel hill west; on Tuesday another lot were popular price, you are
Titusville, Friday, much to the regret Yesey Hall is putting the machinery Campbell Frank Robertson S. F. Gibbs, ted to make the latter part of the trip by dumped about tho same place, all within safe It will! remove impurities.
their friends here. In Nero Footman's handsome little R. W. Ooode M. Nicholson and the moonlight wheeling. the corporate limits, and left uncoveredto M '-Thoy are very cheap and will
many
launch. Misses Llllio Robertson Annie and Jessie the rot In the broiling; sun. We are told last life-time.. When writing for Information .
E. F. Hatch on F. E. C. '
Chas. Derlln and son arrived here Goode Allie and Mollle Nicholson Jen- pumper that the fish house sending out these lease Incloso stamp. All orders -
Mrs. niscock and Rob and Pierre Alicia St.
Is at the Hospital
m Pittsburg, on Friday. Mr. Derlin R'way fish must bo accompanied by cash. '
Barnett went to Lotus Tuesday on a nie Miller, Mattie Brown, Messrs Frank Augustine where he Is being attended l paid to have them carried beyondthe
v been very ill since going north in shopping expedition. Robertson George Phillips, Sam Martin, fora malady which has attacked his feet, corporate limits. There has been For full particulars, apply to tho agent;
ne, and has returned to Rockledge to Claude Beaugean Walter Hazlohurst, some grumbling at this wanton menace
main permanently. lIe says -he can- Brady Bower came up from Palm Allen Campbell, and Dr. Peek. which thbugh painful Is not very serious. to health. j CLAUDE WALTON, Titusville! Fla.aritcib. .

live anywhere but here. Beach Wednesday. quite sick John McAllister Is at Jacksonville this
lIebwas -'-
when he came was feeling; -Do you filter your drinking waterIf ? week, supervising the construction of a '

-Please mention the ADVOCATE when much better when he returned to Palm machine for Increasing the power of Mc i.JCl.rAOD.S: : &:, .,

ting advertisers. i Beach Sunday afternoon. you are i In search of bargains, launch engines under G. G. Uleason's

Charles Werning and Miss Nellie read the ADVOCATE columns carefully. new patent. Those who have examined JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

CABOTS' CREOSOTE SHINGLE Owen returned from Grant Tuesday. launch the new owners.device say it will be a boon to Grocers and Commission Merchants.

tains-the best known wood pieserative. Miss Nellie says she had a splendid time; -Have you paid your subscription ?
Trios C. WATTS & Co. while Charlie says the girls down there If not p Late Issues of the Dally Examiner and DEAR Blltl-We quote )'ou" few prices il8low. and when In need of the following articles
sow lend ui your order We make a specialty of Mill Orderi.
Jacksonville, Fla. are just as pretty as ever. Weekly Review, of Peterborough, Ontario
Canada contain long and complete PRICE LIST:

Fort Pierce. accounts of a large collection of Best Flour, per bt>l.J.,......,,,,.,.. M.25 Oreenf'o/fee. per lb. .......a......... ? J, ..ID'a'
-If you want good results, you will half l1hl"I .. .."...,,4,.... .. 8JM Arbucklo Colfee/ per Ib.,...,.........,...,. .12}/
Jensen. find the ADVOCATE an excellent adver- Florlda curios, donated recently by )lr. O -lb. Hock................. ..a il.29 Tea per lb*.....,....................a.... oM
and Mrs. Walter J. Nesbitt to the VIctoria Drill, i>er a. "............. ...... 1.20 I.rdcoUlJlOundI'erlb.,....... ........ .05
tising medium. The weather. has been very warm the. Museum of that city, formerly the .. Meal, ..............n.,.... 1.10 I.ard.I'ureder Ib ... ...."rr.n.... *%
If Wheat 1.25. 1 40 To111atuesiHlh.can.rdos ....
last few days. nrn.u.u .... .. ell'
D.> E. Austin has become a convert of residence of Mr. and Mrs. Nesbitt. The ". Corn II "................. 1.00 1'le l'oacbelt.8-III.can., per dos...u......... 1.00.
eapple shedding; and Is preparing to Banyan.Work Mr. Davis is fixing up the City Hall; collection a description of which was .'. Oats a .. ".,? ......... ... 141 e'eachess-Ib.cans, per dux... 1JM
era the Mason's having rented It. printed In a recent Issue of the ADVOCATE Itran II II .....un..a./a .00) Corn.ZOlh.can.\loerdoa................... ..00Hardlnei
portion of his place. VetlfI1lfoalJl8r'4Ck.. ........"" .W Itaked Ilean..8-IIJ.oan., perdox..a. 1,00
J. Mr. W. various pointsup ;has been"placed: in a room by 'a. Bright C H Meal, per lack..........., 1.06. dOl. H..... .......".... .405
j Crenshaw representing Armour the public road is being J.Tuckerpald Itself called the Florida room and Ideal 2e0 ... ... 3.00 ibsperaaak, '
on provesa Fertilizer -IUaa.a..r. salt,200 .,............,...., .w>
w. was calling\ on our merchants in pushed by Contractor C. L. Stewart. the river a visit this week. great attraction and a valuable addition Hay, nercwtII .nu./.u... .11/I Matches, per |[roni.....,.....,........... .11'
.Interest of his firm this week. the The Weekly Review iC it B .erlb.....,...........,.. .06 raokenaoda! perlb...,...,,........... ,06
past Frank Houston was over this Mrs. Alice Bass has returned from a to museum ** name perm ..,.... ... .. .10 Cnekerelemonperlb..a.r.... ,6tf
Capt. '' '
We are showing; Infallible signs of clv- few days visit at Robe Sound. says: "Tbe collection Is the work PIhe111dersperib. .. ..,..........?, jil\i\ OlnerBnapi| per Ib........"...,,.,,,,,. .00
:a ion way on Sunday. and gift of Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Nes- hire. ,erib ,................... ..,a. 5&6; octagon Boapi>erdoi...........,,..,..... .411
yeller" now as we can boast of three 'Gene W. Henderson and R. Mr. Edwards, of Waveland was a very bitt of Eau Gallie Fla. formerly Peter Orsnulateaugar, per lb..a..... ... 0U 1'earune per 01."."...,....,........... .V
doge and an occasional drunk. Stewart pleasant visitor l In town, Sunday. Toothpick Tubaeooperlb.a.a.... .4T 1.otaeh.l.erdotl.,,,..............,,,...., .45<
afar oft
!' Otwell all spent Sunday In Banyan.J. borough people. Though living
Irs.
'lIer J. II. LeTournau, of Eden was a and attended Sun- Dave Bryan and family, of, Miami, are they evidently have warm regards for Send ni your orders and blake ui your conilgrnroenti. We invite correipondence.eTlMMO8 .
A. Booth
in our burg the week also family their donation & FITCH.
past their old homo for
C. A. Robinson ; day school here Sunday evening.A visiting Mr. and Mrs. Claude Olinstead. represents 16, 17, Id, 29 Boutb Ocean St..
and Miss and labor
111 daughter,. a vast amount of time JACK80NVILLEFLA.
renc of Eden shower or two would be appreciatednow Messrs. Mook and Parsons, drummersfrom and not a little money. They must have IV Shot cub buyers of hides,Fun Wool and Alligator Skins

n. Jacksonville, were In town on Mon deal of to .. .. .. ..
Shultz is putting; his pineapple to start recent set plants.J. gone to a great pains gather ----- -- ----- --- -- --- ---------------- -

front O( J shape; we are all coming to R. Carlin and family and Arch. day.Mr. together a collection of such extent and
: there will Warner, of Rockledge has been variety. The officers and members of
soon be none to oc' Campbell returned to their homes at
up7 R.R.the back seats. Tropic from Miami last week. 11111.spending a few days with his friend, Mr. the Peterborough Historical,Society In general and, to the whom people the of The Monarch of Strength is

elite Rlcou is making some fine sbipm. Geo. F. Ensey is at his Tropic home ove'r building Is always open, roust feel highly
ffih from this P'aco-' There again from Eggmont Key. Quite an electrical storm passed pleased with this important additionto .
*
. to be an Impression that Mr. here Tuesday evening, accompanied by their museum and equally grateful to
icon has entered Into the fish trust, W. J. Ragan has purchased a mule some very heavy'raln the onors.'*
,
Owe as the from W. G. Frlms. AL
Florida Fish and 'LIONt
Ice Co.
ut such Is Fred Ilartstone passed away at 2:J5 on
atter not the case h6 had the Saturday"' afternoon. lIe' was burled
under advisement'a'nd thought -Impure water is the cause of much Sunday afternoon with full Masonic hon Cocoa. .

i it them rol1gIY! of placing his Interests sickness. Remedy this by getting a fine ors; the deceased being a Mason of high 1COFFBEG 1

' but finally' decided to run filter from Claude Walton, Titusville. standing. He waa In bis 80th year, and ..' "' -" ..

:Business: at least another season, during the few years be had resided Sheriff Brown was in Cocoa, Mondayand j

We New Smyrna. among; us, had made a great many warm Tuesday, guest of A. J. Crosby,

long will give our local correspondents friends, who extend their greatest sympathy Mn. C. J. Schoonmaker returned from .1

oythlog the river a 1P| If they will not say to the bereaved ones. Augustine last week, after a month's

elective about. being along the line of Mrs. King and four children returned, sojourn there. 1

JaH; there work,Is Suppose you have heard last Wednesday, from Georgia. Send the ADVOCATE: an order for any Henry Whipple spent Monday and .
some one, w&088 name 't'Im--- -
mnot I ascertain, who has done some.you Miss Sallie King has been spending job printing you need.) Tuesday In Cocoa, on business, returning I. .. .I':.. { r4 j.

fag, or I' ln someway connected with a few days with Mrs. Allen, of Glencoe. to Eden, Tuesday. (AUVULUTKLY PUIL4 ,

hags that are not altogether all -Do you want to buy or sell propertyon left. for Its strength comes from Its purity. It Is all coffee !
os have proper; The section house was relieved twice River do John Gore Thursday, Orange puro
Indian If write the
to do Is to mention It In you be will be united In freshly roasted and Is sold only In one-pound sealedpackages.
where
your last week of some provisions, by some Real county, marriage
Indian River Estate Agency Titusville Each
Jn land watch unknown party.A. to Miss Susie Proctor. package will make 4O cups. The pack.
:hcO needs nooaccuser"theyuwillceps Fla. See page 4. age Is sealed at tho Mills so that the aroma Is never
Ortunltat.the fits them thc Foster left, Tuesday morning, on Charles Derlln and son returned, to weakened. It has a delicious flavor. Incomparable l';
; It weakness orsshow the work train for Rogers, where he Cocoa, from 1'itUburg 1'a., last week. etrongth. It Is a luxury Within the reach of all.
silt
me so easily but they will do it nine will take charge of Section 2. u Mr. For Sale Cheap. The BOO returns to I'ltUburg in a few Premium LIst In every package.Cut .
+
out of ten. Nunan has been sent to take charge of days.
It
.. Is good sport-try out your Lion's Head and get
the yard section at St. Augustine. Furniture of every kind. Oak Suites, Allie Hughlett celebrated her eighth valuable premiums f roo. "

Bedroom Crockery and Mattresses of birthday, last Tuesday The boy and doM not save t.lon PeRM H lit stem i,
'
We would esteem the favor If our IRONPHALT ROOFING-Cheap and superior quality, chairs etc. Low prices. girls of Cocoa by Invitation, to the If Grocer asps u. bU mum .i.Ii iditrvx that w*
war pine It oo sole tboro. U.tlet aeea I .e
t 11' en calling durable. Quickly and easily put on. Cash only. Address number of thirty enjoyed the occasion your aDl
Ulld npon Viu'i'cjTsrica
J?
purchase W. K. CAMPBELL \? co.. -.1.: cw-.
crtlsen merchandise Tuoa. 0. WATT & Co., with her. Ice cream and cake added to .. .. }
.
c'1 Would mention the ADVOCATE.: Jacksonville Fla Prop'r.Bellevue Hotel, Melbourne, Fla. the atractl6ns! of the youthful gathering. -.r....-_ .'f.-! ..... t,

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; 6 INDIAN 'RIVBn ADVOCATE* SFPTEMBEJi 15, 1899. .

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i ... kUng will 'insure srmtflria'tJon.The Florida Central & Peninsular
plant should stand at least three Inches RailrOn

apart t
:
While the'quantity ,,of'oil to be used

'la trcAtln' 'roads 'cahn t yet be considered __ Tim Table la Effect June 11, 1890.

as exactly ascertained. Rural New ez .

Potash.oflt Yorker states that .flood result have .

been obtained ,by thoroughly sprinkling h .:; n::= .:; g K g.g::
common earth roads at .the rate of a b ::a :;; =A:;; fJrn :2820p;; NORTHERN POINTS.LT grs:a 83:;;!* R= |'IU I l'
go v
SA
NOUCU oflt must be barrel of oil for a stretch 100 feet long 'O = a !
.
-
I
and 12 feet wide. B30a 1461) Tituivllle FCC Ar. 3 nap .
contained in fertilizers V4fia820ft .. ... Lr. Aoirnstlne ArLT..Jackonvile..Ar ...... 1030a900a
American Agriculturist reports a liberal ..... 430p ... .. .. .... 745P ) ..... .1.... 1.np
otherwise failure will surely In harvested .. .... B20p ...... 900a93Ba ...... 82fip90fip Lr......Yulee.. ....ArAr. ....., 81sa...... liMp 4550p giro ..
hay crop eight' In .. ...FernandJnft...LT .. .... a
.. .... / : .... .. .. 730a .. .. 811lp T
result. See .that it Is there. somewhat better condition than seem ...... TfiOp/ ,. .... loan ....., B66pllBOp Ar..Eyerett..Ar .... .. Stills/ ...... Blfti! 640820ft "
ed short time ...... ...... .... .. 11 Ma....... ..Ar... Brunawick..Lv ...... SanaB08a ..... & .
probable a Potatoes
Our books tell all about ago. ...... .... ... ... 1227p133Bp ...... Ar..Savannah. ...Lv ...,.. 64.\ ...... amp h
also are reported as making a ..... ..... 800p ... ... I159a! Lr..Savannah. .Ar ..... U4naeaia 2611J1. .
fertilizers. They are sent good crcfp growth. Taking' the entire ...... ...... 933p 220p ...... lMaA'FalrfaxSC..LV.... .. BOna 12 Ma .
...... .....lOSOp 3Mp .... .. 242a ..Denmark, S 0 ...,., 308a 3 lOa 12lnaI035a .
1'' free to all Canners applying breadth, there are fairly good prospect ,..... ... ... .. .. .. 93Bp438p ...... 6Ma ..AnftURta, Ga.. .;..... ...... 620a -
for northern potatoes. r ...... ...... ...... ...... 4 ana .olumbla.S.O. ....., 1247a ...... ....
df for them. ...... ...... ...... .. ....... ..112Ba "SpartanburgSC": ....... hoop ...... ...... "
Orange hawkweed Is increasingly .. .... ...... .... .. ...... .....,. 140)) Asheville.A. C. ...... 201\p ...... ...... .1" ,
...... ...... ...... 840p ...... 900a Charlotte N. C. ...... lOZOp ...... Albs ...
CARMAN:! KALI reported In New England and 'New ...... ...... ...... lOlOp..... 1047a Salisbury,N. C. ...... ...... .64r;aS30a .. ''
WORKS, York state The application of dry ...... ...... ...... 1127p .... .. 1210p Greensboro, N. 0 ...... .... .. I.1' ..
jj NUIIU St.,New York. salt 18 .... ... ... ...... liana 30a.3np Danville Va.Richmond ...... ..smp....... '...... ...
I pounds per square rod Is well (1 n ... II ,Va. ..... .
...... .. .. ecna24fla .. 625p ...... ''''
recommended as an effective remedy o ...... ...... ...... ..... 821iJ1 Lynchburg;, Va. ...... ...... 415a.\ 1).: ......
If resorted ...... ...... 4 Boa ... 628p Charlottesville, ....... ...1223a .. "h
especially to as soon as the ...... ...... ...... 7Ma ...... 9 or>p Washington; .. ... Hilla ...... 92npB22p ..
I Invasion of tho weed Is observed. .. .... :.?.. .... 9I2a113Ra ..... 1125p26fia '' Baltimore ........ 942aT20a ...t.. 7 MJ1' .' .
1'd ... .. .... ....:. .... PhiladelphiaNew ........ ( .,.... ....
1'r An authority yi the sugar beet says .... .... ..... 2 of Its cultivation; 1
be kept absolutely free from weeds ... .. .. .... ...., 14l\p Lv .Jacksonville Ar ...... ...... .. tint
THE and grasses that the beneficial effects Tri-W cckly Sailings 1030a ...... ...... ..... DUI' Ar.... Everett .Lv .... ...... ,.Y..... 64n 1
NOTRE. DAME HIVE. 440p720J ...... ..... ...... sor Atlanta..... ...... ...... .IUtlf'p, II
,of the sun and air maybe, fully ) ,..... ...... .. .... 925a730p ..Chattanooga.- ...... ...... ...... I.
+ An Interesting Device For Lcs.en.4i realized; second the ground' must be .... ...... ...... .. ... : ...Cincinnati... ... ................ .eiop. :

In it Work With fleei kept loose for the same purpose; third BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling
No. 34 makell'connection for Brunswick, arriving Brnnswlck 11 :flS a. m.
, "If the bee keepers In cold countriesdesire In case of dry weather the soil must For New Orleans, trail 'leaves Jacksonville 9:20: a. m., with through; sleepers) ,
a hive that combines In Itself be kept stirred In order that a dust riving; LIIew Orleans 7:40: a. m. O..ly through!; Blccperjline. Arrives Jacksonville from Sew p s

I <' the Advantages; of the box for flute mulch may prevent evaporation of ( at Charleston, S. C., both ways) leans 7 33: p. m. SLEETING CAR SERVICE.

wintering nix] the loolle'tralt1e hive moisture.
Nos.35 and 30 Fast Mall Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville and the Clnclnw.
' with Its facilities of frame manipula Sleeper via Asheville.
lion made more easy ant agreeable a The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service Nos.33 and 34 carry through sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In connection 111'
LATE CROPS.The 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. .
hive In which bees will winter better .30 carries Cincinnati. Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta
Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This is brought to Jacksonville by No.37. u'
packed In R shod Hecure from storms
Ilefmlar Crop :Will Soon De All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city |tic
i anti wet without the trouble expense' Laid by and Th 'n-T"han office,202 Hogan; Street as well as .at the Union depot ticket office.L. .

care and anxiety attendant on cellar Late watermelons for one thing, answers The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.1 A.SHIPMAN, A. G. P.A. "" F.C. WRIGHT DIs.Pass. Agt., 202 w Bay }

wintering, then they might do well to the Georgia Cultivator. As soon Direct Service Between A. O. MacDONELL, Gen. Pass Agent.
invest few In the 'Xotre
a cents Dame
the is the demand
as regular crop gone
' device,' put It In one of their beehives
Jacksonville Boston and all Eastern Points.
; and give It R trial," says an Indiana will be good and the prices better. and ,

American Plant an acre or more for late market..
contributor to the Bee Journal (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) '
In which he gives the following Second crop of Irish potatoes will be

i, information about this hive and wintering another thing to look after accordingto SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS: .' SouthernRailway

.' device: the same authority. Prepare and Southbound...............;....... ...,1 ..... .............. ............from LewIs Wharf, Boston .

i Almost any box or hive containing manure the laud just as you did for Northbound" ........................... .................. from foot of Hogan Street- JacksonvilleClyde's ,

loose frames with space enough between spring, except perhaps a little deeper. ,

tie the ends of tho frames and hive If you have dried the tubers you dug

I' to admit a board say half an Inch thick St. Johns River Line.
In a dark cool place they will be readyto
can he converted into what In this locality ,
sprout, or can bed them for a
you Excellent Service Out of Florida.
Is known as the "Notre Dame '
.
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.
couple of weeks like sweet potatoes.This .
"
4' hive by means of a simple( device consisting
of the following pieces: Is a crop of great and growing Jacksonville, Palatka: Sanford Enterprise. Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River.
WE st.
importance. They sell well they keep NORTH EAST
STEAMER
One strip of Iron one Inch wide, an ,
well and eat better. Plant more and '
eighth of an Inch thick and the depth "D. 11IU WIIISON,"
more of them YOIl'r; as learn
every
x of the hive. Two holes much like key. how to get a good stand. you CAIT..W.: A. SHAW. .

holes .are punched In It 11901 each end. land Leave Jacksonville 6:00 p. m.,Tuesdays and Saturdays. THROUGH. PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, THOBOT70HFAAI!
.
Begin at once to prepare your .. ..
j. Four small screws to fasten this to the Leave Sanford 5 KX) a. mMondaYI'and: Thursdays. '
for turnips. Rutabagas are in good de-, COACHES VESTIBULED TRAINS.
4t board which Is cut to fit In the end of wand
all the winter and spring and are
? the hive. Two or four three-eighth by easily kept. They furnish an excellent Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Of flee;; 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.W. .
three inch coach or wood the NEW YORK AND FLORIDA
screws; : EXPRESS.
food for all kinds .
of stock Horses and .
j points of which are cut off and
a
mules will leave corn for ,rutabagas,, WARBURTON. P.'A., ; 1'. M. IRONMONGER,JR., Fla.Pass. At., Through VesUtuled Drawing-Room between Tampa and New Ts,%
groove cut near the end to fit In the via Jacksonville, Savannah and Columbia without
They, give a life and gloss, to',the hair ,5 Bowline Green New York. I ,20.& West Hay St.,Jacksonville Fla. change.
slots In the strip of Iron-a kind of lit I C.,P. LOVELL AMI,.:Fla..Supt.. ) JOHN..L. HOWARD, Superintendent.
of animals that very greatly improves ''Jacilsonvillej Fla. I Foot Hogan t.,Jacksonville Fla. "UNITED FAST "
tle button which when In the slots'w111 their I appearance. ,They Improve' the THKO. G. KQKll. T. M., 5 Bowling Green, New York. STATES MAIL.

a pull back as much as It will push for appetite and digestion and thus build TOT. P LlTUK' ft CO., General Agents, ,. PnUmaa.JJrawing-Boom.Baffet Sleeping Car between Jsek.onvfil.sadNewstt,
'I ward. These screws If only two. are 5 Bowline Green,New Yor.k' 1> So. Delaware Ave., Philadelphia. via Savannah and Columbia.
up the general health..
put through In the center of the end of :
'
We have never had cholera among Embracing Lynchburg Charlottesville
u the Live and are so spaced( that when ,
our hogs since we began giving them
the board Is put on the slots In the Iron Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia.
rutabagas treely. They increase ,the .

Strip In the wilt screws drop and down rest in the on grooves the bottom cut flow'of' milk( 'and' Improve the quality Florida .East' Coast Ry. CiDobuaatL Pullman DrawinrBoom Sleeping Can 'to Kaooa, 'Itiaak: Chattanoofa ail

of'the! butter. 'We refer above to the
? of'the hive It four screws are used
4 yellow variety, ''VVhlte'-turnlps' are not TIME TABLE NO. 21. IN'EFFECT' JUNE 11, 189.SOUTH Through Pullman Cars
then two are put opposite the second Sleeping to
worth much for except'tolook
any purpose
, frame front the outside. The heads of at. The yellow contain sugar BOUND (Read Down).. :NORTH BOUND (Read Up). Cincinnati, via Columbia and Ashevlllt, Through thi

enough to be valuable as food. For i l o89No811 No78l D1y -_ .

early fall and spring table use the pur .= Ex.u Dai17 Daily STATIONS. DailY ifs D en r "LAND OF THE SKY."

I ple top' flat Dutch.' Norfolks and such I 061)Tii ve................ acksonville..Arr ve '"fi! P i 0 p T- Limited '
nil a temporary want. &Ii 816p 10 IJOa Arrive..............8t.Auguetine.Leave B :top. 54'n' 00.... Daily Train For Cincinnati Via Ererett.
.. II OOP 10 8IIa L av......". .....St AUIrUBtine.. .. ....Arrive Bl5p 1140& ...
Turnips require a loose fine, rich 661y1111ta .. ................Hastin .......?........Leave Ii I16p II 04a schedules

soil and pay for the trouble requiredto ; 11lI1p 1165a Arrive. ................?Palat"a ......... ..... ..Lcave 4 bop '"'iI1 Oa tf: eI any 1'01'agent detailed ol the Information 8011TJIEUt lUn..6.T as to its OOaDecU.1l1io. i1eepID, OIU' naerntteas eta a"It"

make 'such. Plow deep, harrow often 545p II Leav.................. l'alatka. .................Arrive 640p 910aTdbp :II 411'

manure heavily. ...... rrive....... ... ....... an Mateo. .... ...........Leave ...... 4Wb o .

j ?. ... f Leave.................San ................. ...... Q R. W. HUNT ;Florida Pass. Agt, 218 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, JUJ
O
.51 0 elbp ll BOa X-v................ East .Palatka..Leave 620p $iAi 7 p pIp r. M. GULP ''
Barter "nr the neat of All.For1 .; .CI EI '143p 12: &Ip .. ..................Ormond................. 8 41p '113& f' (>:I'fo4l1a 'W, A. TURK, S,'H. HABDWIOI,
: i 1Mp 10IJp ..................Daytona ................ ". 886p'l0Ia 1:" $ TS2H"eft 5P"M- -A t., Aut. OeD. Pass .!....
grain hay we believe burley Is a: eA lOOp I IMp ...............Port range........". .... 82tlp B61a 0 1' n. Washington D. 0. Atlanta, the best of all says the Denver Field oS. 820p IMp to ................1ew8myrna............... 806p II80a Oll11.I
If . ............. April 10, 1899.MALLORY.
861p 221> .. ....." .. Oak Hill .... 222p g05a >o4'
k NOTKR DAMK WINTKHINQ UKVICR. and Farm. It grows as rapidly as oatsor k'2 1l00p 80Up ...:..............Titnllv1l1e................ I..p. buts .1:1I...t'4
wheat and if properly managed maybe = 0.. ... 8UUp .". .................C1 PaiDi................. 115p ..... 0iii
the screws are flattened for conven- ...... U1\jp .................... .................... I ffl'p ...... 5i
lenco. Three little strips of wood are made to yield two crops from one S ...... 841p .................Rockled e............... 1041'....
seeding. To do this the first cutting .3 .. ...... 4l2p : .................Eau (4alhe..:.............. 1288p21p ...... tf.: 'III
nailed on the side of the hive against .,.... / .................Melbourne.... ............ 1224p...... II STEAMSHIP LINE.
which the board fits up tightly when should be done In.July when it has I ...... .1I1p ". ..................Ro elAnd... ............. 1148110 ...... III dlI
headed out and thegrains are be ln- .. ,If ...... IiOlp ..................8ebaatlan...'............. 1148& .. .. s ..
screwed up against the frames. ..... 552P ..................8t. Lucie.................. .' 1065&.....
One little strip of oilcloth Is tacked fling to fill. Use a mower for cutting ...... 6151' ? ................Fort Pierce................ 104ba ...... rnj Florida, New York,
tho end and about 24! hours later take a fork fjQ . .64Ip.. .............. .....Eden.................... 1006aN Philadelphia and Boston.
on of hive and board. This Is nnd turn' the The -Ra ap to ................,. Jen en..........;........ 1000a Ra w 1 lY
to prevent tho bees from getting behind rows over. following In II.I 209 liMp .. ...... .........Stuart ................... 9110a. 201! From Brunswick (direct), to New York.
'' the board. lay In the afternoon the hay should be Dally 1t1p:! ................Robe Sound: ............... b
The edges should be cured sufficiently to be raked into windrows o ExTn 11111p ................'Vellt Jupiter................ I. 907aExsu b PASSENGER SERVICE.
turned In so that no threads are visible U TTT.a: SISp .?.........West Palm Bench............. 883a1T7wu! j 'To make connections with steamers leave J ck02xiIJJ
for the bees to pull and bite. The holes and hauled from the' field. Immediately 124a SII1Ip ................... Boynton................. .. 8Ot\a 1020p rn k I on Thursdays at 11:20 a. m., via Fernandlna and tGov. oanc
after hauling off turn the 14 14Ua 848p .....;....... .... Dt>lray................... .. 757a loop y02a (Cumberland Route). Arrive Brunswick 6:30 p.m. Pianeree
for the screens are bored with a bit / 987p '.............Fort Laudt>rdale.............. .4 107a 745p ) i. ti route. pr, via all rail le smaller than the anti a screw water over the field giving It an ordi- .... 81fal0(1): to ............. Lemon City .. .......... 61la! IiUp M & 1'.), via Everett and Southern K'y. Arrive Brunswick .
screws nary course of Irrigation. This will W I 8.5a 109U1' Arrive.:.......... ... ..l\IhLmi.... ...i........... 6158 IiDOp p. m. I'asHengers on arrival go directly aboard steamer.
of the same size with the point sharp
la cause n new growth to put out from UKTWKKN NKW SMYUNA: AND OKANttK CITY JUNCTION
used to cut the thread In the wood
PROPOSED SAILINGS
because the the crowns, and a second Irrigation will No. BiNo. 1 STATIONS. No.Utop. 2 sxo.iTSJ
with the blunt
screw point probably be necessary' to cause the U05p850p121a t91UILY.n..r.. (Smyrna. ,......u. .,........eu rf ? Lv.New York Tier 21 E. R., 8:oop. m., (Standard Time.) Lv. BraaewictFridayJuly28

will not do the work. of desired. ..........f............... Lake Union .................. .........j mop: 4 fOp .,.. ........ . ...... ..... .. ... ....Friday. Sopt''
length growth The second .. ... .. (COI/JUA1 ........ ... .. :! '
.. .. .. :
.. .. .. ..
.... .... .. .Orange ... .... 12
Our bees are wintered on the sum- 4O:1)1116Ia( : Oity. OlIn 4S4p415p .. ..
....... ,
Friday, Aug. 4 ..._. ......... RIO IKAME... ................ ..... Friday .,
.. "
be allowed stand .......,.. ,. Cltr Junction. ...... ....... ... .
crop can to a week or 4O idH6aAI' .Orange UttaAll I' ........ ... t I!
'mer stands In houses built without any Friday, H ... .. .......COLOKADO. ...... .................... Friday
two Monger than tho first and let the traiiiH between Now Smyrna(; and Orange City nmi Daily except Sunday.llhTWKKN Friday, 18..... ... .. ...............RIO OHANDE......,.... ..............Friday, 1Ir:;
:iii
pretensions to warmth, merely affording "
Friday 33
i grain become half ripe before cutting. 'iriU>VlhljK AND: SANFORD.o. COLORADO Friday.
a shelter from storm and wet.
The last cutting will not be so hard tTATIONS. No.lJ For general information, steamers, trains rates etc., apply to any railroad agent> or to
.About the middle of last October
tho 1
to: cure as the -first. In regard to thofit'st 7Oea Ly..................................../fitl vilJe." .............................Ar 1" P BASIL GILL, S. A., 220 W. Bay 8t.Jacksonville
bees were warmly packed) In short : .......................................Mims.....,................................Ly l1iP II. H. RAYMOND, General Brunswick Ga.
straw and chaff by placing a board cutting we will state that the two 71:1&1" ..........,..........................Ollteen...................................... It 1167a Southern Agent, ,
lays' dl''lng'may not cure It sufficiently ................................En terprise...............un...........,S... 11115aIllAlaj" C.II.1\IALLORY.General Agent Pier 20, E. River and 386 Broadway N. y,
wall about eight Inches from the rear ............................ Junction............................. to 11&Ls91skt _
of the hives anti lining\ this space and and In that case It will be well to AI'...,.. .. .. .. ... .. ..Entor'.l'l. : ... .. ...... ... ... ...... ............ ... It 1100a .----
spread( it after hauling or else It In '
that In front and between tho hives put All train Uitwi'i Titunvillu and bmifora Daily eii'ept Sunday.
small shocks for awhile until well
with a mixture of short straw and
chaff. The space between the hivesIn cured before stacking. Tho object In KEY' WEST AND HAVANA.The pLANT SYSTEM

some cases Is.two Inches and lu oth- removing the first: cutting from the steamers of the Florida East Ooant Steamship Company are appointed to sail M follow! :

I sere about five field as soon as It will do to handle Is SI l ..ui... 11 From Miami, 1I:3U:: p m. Tuesdays mid Fridays. Arrive Key
f that It Is generally necessary to Irrigate liCit). ut Wry \Vi-Mt 1:30: p. m. Wednesdays and Saturdays. 'Train 85 connects
A strong cloth was put on the frames the \V>..1 to mill with steamer.From .
field before the second
:and. a full depth super: put ou. Then will start The four crop from Ie..y West Key West 3:30: p. Wednesdays and Saturdays. Arrive If you are going anywhere, whether it be to the
one or two little woolen blankets and rowed variety of iIr.'ct. MM. ml 5:30: ...m. Thurmiayn and Sunday connecting with train 7*.

then the super was almost tilled\ with barley Is best for hay when It is the l9tsaw.hml, 1t)1. From' MUmt & a. andThursdays. Thursday. Arrive Key North, South, East, West,
purpose to grow two crops In a season. Went J p. m. Leave Key Went 9 p. m.
chaff which wire cloth
over a was auil"-"I1TMuM days. Arrive Havana 6 *. m. Tuesdays and Fridays.
placed to keep the mice out; then uloro From Havana, sailing direct for Miami. 11., m. Tuesdaysand Northwest or Southwest

(.chaff straw and forest leaves till all How to Fry Whitebait. and Key W.-.t. with Miami B a. m. Wednesdays and Saturdays,
was entirely! covered up. Put the tiny fish In a cloth with a connecting train 78. Remember that the PLANT SYSTEM of Railways and Steamship Lines with
handful of told and Them Time Tabled dhow the timed at which tr.lnllandx..t.. may be ex:pectoa to arrive**a at Tort TIfton
Hour loosely gateways Sanford
up depart from the several stations and ports but their arrival or departure at the ttaee Tampa, Jacksonville, Charleston, Mongomery,
New and Note. with the assistance of somebody shake stated is not guaranteed, nor doe. the Oumpaiiy hold itself responsible for any delay or say I and various other points,'with its all the year round DOUBLE DAILY SERVICEs

Winter beets are sown In July and them about until quite dry. Have consixiueuoes copy of arising local time therefrom.For card call. at I 22l! West Bay Street Jacksonville, 01' addreM the best route, and that information can be obtained promptly by addressing

August and after frost are taken up ready some boiling lard drop them J.P. BKUKWITU Traffic Manager, J. IX RAHNEB, A. Q. P. X or calling on

the tops cut off and the roots stored lu Into It and fry for about two minutes. St Augustine__ ____

the cellar One ounce of seed will sow Drain In a sieve. and serve with brown F. M. Jolly, Division Passenger Agent.

CO to 70 feet of drill. Early varieties bread. and butter and sliced. lemon. 138 West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, Fla.,

may be used In 60 to 00 days. The B. "W. Wrenn Passenger Traffic Manager Savannah Ga.
,
roots will be mature In about 150 days. Iloiv to C.r..c..oup. JOB PRINTINGOF ,

Ktch finely pulverized IOU Is neededfor Give half a teaspoonful of pure olive -
oil every ton minutes and well rub the
turnips. A sandy or gravelly loam
is preferred Sow In drills one foot chest and windpipe and between the ALL KINDS The ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing.
shoulders
apart and halt an inch deep or BOW with warm oil, laying on ,
both back and chest a good sized pieceof Executed at theADVOCATE '
broadcast and rake In lightly. It there
should be no rain a thorough sprin new flannel soaked In warm oil PRINTING OFFICE. Prices to Suit the Time

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rnrn or CIIAIIGT
ItO T.E :s 11=thi3) 'enr-rbri d: TITUSV1LLE. -'

I Any adult suffering: from a cold settled
on the breast, bronohltis,'throat or lung
IN'lIIA.NI7':: : : :d :5jL.TITUSVILLE troubles of any nature, who will call on
Hendersonville, N. C.IIENDERSONVILLE. Fred S. Clmffeo's drug store, Tllusvllle,

or J. P. Cooper'drug store, Cocoa, FlA.,
RIVER will be presented with a sample bottle of
;, INDIAN No.' 324.: -A Date p...le. llonchee's German Syrup free of charge.

N. C. FLORIDA. S Only one bottle given to one person, anti
My first Is on -balt of my fourth. none to children without order from
1 My first plus my second equals one- parents.No .
nrsc, w* act nm1odatlon' for a limited number of guests, In a country -- _. J. G. BAST Proprietor. fourth of my third and fourth read as a throat or lung remedy ever had
boose, two and a half miles from town; good driving, exceedingly healthy number. such A sale ns Hoochro's German SyrupIn
and beautiful scenery. Address. I My second minus my first Is twice my all parts of (the civilized world. Twenty
II. C. STOKES, third. years ago millions of bottles were
Hendersonville, N. C. ilk+ The hotel fronts on thewldoeweepofbn7(7tp11es My third equals my first plus my given away, and your slrulrJtlltll will tell
fourth. yon Us\ success. was marvelous. It Is
- t r in width), formed by the My fourth plus my second Is three really the only throat and Ring remedy

JA ISONYILLE.erritt's ,.. I Indian River, making it a times my .third. generally endorsed by physicians. One
d 1 I t delightful summer resort. My second plus mj third equals five 75 cent bottle will cure or prove Its value.
v w Constant cool times the fourth. Sold by dealers In civilized countries.Remember .
,,... i- 1 ..i rnm+ i iuiq breezes from the sea and My second Is the square root of my _u__.__ .__ ___ _. _
g.f ( y bay. Flowing sulphur second. that the I.VMAN HIVRHADVOCATK
Hotel OL D.... fourth plus my
Bathburn CAELSYOY. y. u..m tlani:11 4at' u ka ; springs. Special summer My first, second third and fourth are does all kinds of job printingat
rates. all prime numbers. short notice. Send them an order
J
The whole Is the date of the birth of and bo convinced that it is the place to

an illustrious American.No. have job julntlncr done.
FRONTING ST. JOIIIIS RIVER.

Street cars for both A., V. & W. Ry. and Terminal Stations pass Tltusvlllo Hoarding Houses. 225.-described A.Ion. **contain. the Could A not Thousand oxpreosthe Tongue rapture of Annie
words
'
the door. Family Hotel, home comforts, elevator and steam All of the It'tters.Vben these are E Springer, of 11:23: ; Howard st, Philadelphia .
heat. Will open'November 1st, 1899.!)!) American plan........... same number of below PH., when she found that Dr.
and placed one another
.}: FLA. rightly guessed
ItRUITT'S HOTEL PLACIDE, Main St. After Nov. t,t89l. MRS. DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE.TITU8YII.I. In the order here given the ttgzng King's New Discovery for Consumption
Plan
European only. the left hand letter had (completely cured her of a hacking
Board and room, $1.00 per day. When In need of white or rye Bread, pies, will beginning spell the at name upper of a popular novelist. cough that for many years had made lIfo

MERRITT'S cakes, etc., po to Mrs. Deisnvr's City Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses, Crosswords, : 1. A wading bird. 2. A burden. All other remedies and doctors -
hotels and families 8ul'plled.BOUKNIGHT'S color. 3. Junction. 4. A river In Scot could give! her no I help, but she says'
land. 5. To darken. U. A dairy necessity. I)f this Royal ClIl'eIt soon removed
ISotel and Restaurant T1TUSVILLE, FLA. 7. An ethereal fluid which was supposedto 1 the pain In my chest and I can now sleep
BOARDING HOUSE, take the place of blood In the veins of noundly, something I. can scarcely remember
the gods. 8. The surname of an African I doing before. I feel like soundIng -
MAIN STREET, Good, airy arid comfortable rooms. Board and room, One Dollar per day. explorer 0. A color. 10. A variety of I its .praises throughout the Universe."
Special rates by week or month. quarts. 11. Impoxlng./ 12. A masculine :So will everyone who tries Dr. King's
Ud Placide Jacksonville Fla. O. BOUKNIGHT, Proprietor. name. 13. A statement of belief. Now Discovery for any trouble of the
Throat, Chest or Lungs. Price 50o and
*l. Trial bottles free at F. S. Chaffeo'a
22(1. ScnUernl Qnotntlon-
RESTAURANT Open from 7 a. to 11:30 No. -
m. m.
p. Take one word from t'nch of the following drug store; every bottle guaranteed.

kmerican and European Plans. HOMESEEKERS ..... .... extracts and find a quotationfrom

Florida Business Specially Desired. Tennyson: FREECONSULTATION

l50 to ttOO l American. 75cts. to $2.00 Ales, for him who never the rare trees)
} European j Tlie atari ihlne through cypreai
per day. J per day. Who are Seeking a Home in,the South should send to the undersigned for a -Whlttlor.Th .
heart gl cth grace unto every act
Ahst.elass'BarberShop in connection with the Hotel, conducted by D. W. copy of the -Longfellow.Here wlth'our'home treatment Wo are
I opened wide the door. phY8iclans,'amI you got tho benefitof
Parknea there, and nothing morel
-Poe. our experience! No matter what

Faliaferro.Travelers' New Florida East Coast ooneseeer. What l< more rare than a day in June-LowellFoftly your trouble is, how simple or bow

of e lag the moonlight irllmmer hopeless, wo can do you g6
Management In fail barred and grated cell. If we can't we will honestly tell youso.
-Anonymout. Thousands of tired sick
He knoweth brut, and be It life or death weary,
tos. N. F. GARCIA, Proprietress. Til well. and hopeless people have been entirely
V Palmer.lie .'
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. We have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and foi 'open* the book of Mi father and permanently cured byCOMPOUND

"W.'U ere what Ood e.y.th.Anonymous.."
And murmur ,
Winter and Summer Homes Climate the healthiest in the United States. .
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. Rut the aweeteit of all muilo

THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA.. Apply to The ball of Lucknow played. 'Whlttler. OXYGENWhy

Iff"; Take car at the. Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. JAS.. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner, Ring Ring out In the the Christ darkneee that of U the to land.be. not tAke heart again and.investigate .
this
Tennyton. groat principle. We have/

JACKSONVILLE FLA. FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, IJke a golden goblet falling thousands of testimonials Send for
,
HOTEL; OXFORD .1. And linking Into the aea. book on homo treatment, wonderfulcures
Opposite St. James Hotel. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Longfellow.
to tho sick etc free.
Where the key ,
Convenient to all parts of :the city, commodious rooms; comfortable' and .. Of death bolted mysteries .

homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant Whlttler. DRS. STARKEY & PALEN
stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jack- m. 11.1f Wmy !!Ie"...... !!.'. Ga..I.. "ttf:. ,

sonville. folly at the Phone Not long ago a Pittsburg lifo insurance Ye, Poet...>Would that my muse might
MRS. M. o. FINLEY; Propr. One West Madison 'street drugg'let'lost agent persuaded a Chinaman 'to soar aloft and, cleaving,, the empyrean 1112 Glrnrtl St., IMilln., l n.

a customer through his fondness for take out a policy,of $5,000. The latter blue, find words to sing the glorious glory Ot 17 fob twoVirginia

pets., He has a large green parrot, and had no clear idea of the transaction, of your hair of burnished gold! .
PABLO BEACH.
the telephone,' that paying the Ye Maiden (Titian haired, but prosaic)
the cage is hung near but understood on :
has become he would be entitled -Tbn sound very pretty, Mr Scribbler
with the result that Polly premiums promptly Homes
know the difference between
but do
Hotel qnite proficient in "telephone talk" and to f5,000:S sometime lIe began your poems you and 011. hair?,
1 Pablo PABU>-DY.TIIF-SEA, FLA. furnishes much amusement to the ens' bothering the agent for the money aftera ,Ye Poet"Ah, a conundrum! I give It

tomers who have the time to stop and couple of weeks had passed, and the up. What Is the difference, oh, fairest of -
J tried to explain to him that he ?
listen. agent your sex
Only one block south from Station. Large veranda on front and side. First The other day a stylishly dressed would have to die before he could get Ye Maiden-Well, my hair's read. You learn all about Virginia Lands,

class bath house with Sulphur' Shower Baths and suits for Sea Bathing. Bed yonng lady came mailing into the store it. The Chinaman fell down a cellar- its resources, products, mode of cultivation

rooms large, light and airy. Single rooms 10x21, family rooms 13x21; also )and asked permission to use the phone.. way and was badly hurt. Ills friends U'T: to the Paciler. prices, etc.., by reading the
connecting rooms 10x14. Artesian water throughout building. None but the No. 200.-Eccentric Diamond Acr08lf1. -
the of the him without callingIn Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts.
finest food products used. Rates, $2 per day; $7 to $10 per week. The druggist pointed to rear tried to attend to N. 2. Top. 3. Homer. 4. Periwig.r .
SYDNEY HAIGU, Proprietor, store, and she started in that direction.The a doctor. When they did call one in >. Itunlc. 0. Set 7. 10. Down-1. 1'. for 3 months subscription to the
store was rather dark, and when two days later, the doctor was angry 2. Her. 3. Torus. 4. Nominee. B. Pe Farmer Co., Emporia, Va.Choice.
Former Colonnades Hotel ;
Proprietor Daytona. she heard some one apparently talking! "Why didn't yon call me soonerT" he. wit. (C. Illc. 7. G.
into the receiver she seated herself on a asked.! "This man Is half dead now." No. :210.-Anagrami: Qalveston.

ST. AUGUSTINE. chair to wait. Next day the injured man's brother No. 211.-Hlddlemercc: Harmonium. .

"Hello central-hello, hello-yes, was at the insurance office with a claim No. 212.-A Fish, Pond: WinesLiquors

give PIe tour-don ble-eight express. Yes, for 2500. "You're not entitled to D 0 ( e.3 and Cigars.
Hotel. hello; .who Is that! Oh yea what, yes;, anything on this," said the insurance U. B ,'
R Algonquin II hello, I say; no I didn't get that ; is agent "nntll the man Is dead. O 0 Guaranteed Pure.

that sot Well goodby ; ring off. Hello, "Doctol say him half died," an-, 8 T U R 0 It 0 0 N K Sold at reduced
D 0
King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. central; hello, hello; give me"-and soon ewered 'the brother. "Why he no glet II A A S D 0 II 0 V T h price

I Refitted, newly furnished and under and so on through several repeti lat half?" I> 0 L P II I N Imported

; ; new management.. Centrally located tions. How to Prepare Scotch .. 8 0 iTukiiy Wine,
near all points of interest. and advanced with a A U
Q Large sample Then ane rose Kent slices of veal until th'.y are thinas from Italy
room for use of traveling men. Overlooking stately air to the clerk and asked if bethought L
round
small ;
Plaza and Monuments. A full "that person" intended to else paper; cut Into teaspoonful, salt pieces, Halt-; No. 213.-Pictorial Combination Leopard John B. Togni ,
i view of the ocean and rolling breakers the telephone. season with n Lion, Elephant, Owl, Pig,<. Ape,
from the piazzas. Baths, gas, electric he" spoonful pepper and half teaspoonful Rabbit Dog. Metropolitan Saloon 123: East Day St.,
the -
j that' only parrot;
bells and a perfect system of sewerage. Dnt"Why the front door hud slammed be sweet herbs, to n pound of veal; dip In' No. 214.-Double Acrostic: InitialsShakespeare. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
pint
Rates: $2.00 to $2.50 per day. Special rates by the week. entence.-Chl- egg! and crumbs and fry. To each | 1"lnols-Ann Hathaway.,
bis
finish .
lie could .
fore seasoned white1 Wholesale and KeUll.
Amazon.
3.
add 2. Horizon.
one
Open all year. C. F. COX, Proprietor. of Gallops( cup 1. Haliiunuica.
,
l cago News.e stock and half a cup of cream; Hminer! 4. Kenneth. 6. It mll. Q. Kalnt. 7.
-
see Taal Foot.. for ten inluutcH, and then add one cup Perth. U.: I rl1. 0. Arrow. 10. !Ilnoda.II. .' The Largost and Most Com-

n&IIKhrotlll1alnd the juice Empty.No. .
PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. On the principle that to some persons of hot cooked lemon.Ilow 215.Removing Bees: 1. Hear.. 2.flrake. plete Establishment South
half
stories new, this one of i from a 5. Lt-cach.
even old are 3. 11-ray..4. It-land. ;
.
This the royal princelings of England is It-road. GEO. S. HACKER & SON
hotel d.
is now open for ROOMS ONLY. It is centrally located, near the 'U.'r In Curl. ,
PestOf ice, Bank and Cathedral., given in Mr. Q. W. E. Russell's recent to Keep .
and Recollections Take the root of alti"iea/ boiled In Coiinadram A ....red.
Rooms
"Collections
SOcts
book
to
$1.00 per day; $1.50 to $6.00 per week.V. .
An English gentleman who had a deformed water, one-eighth! poti" to a gallon( I went to'France and stopped th< re. I
D. SANCHEZ, Manager. foot wu going to visit the and thin to suit and upuly to the hair did not stay there because I did not go

=::: at Osborne. and before his arrival to keep It In curl at top "insUUor any there. 1 came away from there becauseI
queen the and Prince Albert debated where elst After apmylug put the did not go there at all. A watch.
SEABREEZE. FLA. queen and allow The that made It did not want It.
-- whether it would be well to worn the hair In the desired oosinon man
Prince of Wales and the princess royalof It to dry. If too morn "!tows on the The limit that bought It did not use It.
that uuud It did not know it. A
The
of' The curl will man
le hU physical peculiarity BO aa to hair, brush It out or coffin
Colonnades SEABREEZE, 'FLA. avoid their making embarrassing re remain.
( Why is a hill like a treel liecauii. if
marks, or to leave it to their own good A beggar J is usually tonching you want to get to the top you have to
feeling. ject--Berlin (Md.) Herald
Since the of the have leased this house which will clllD b.
burning Inn, I popular reTain Lord
all The latter course was adopted. ,. What word has five( letters, from which, ,.,::- k
open summer. Surf bathing, Ocean pier, fine fishing, shade trees, etc. "
__ arrived. The foot elicited no A WONIIKIlPUr OUIKI2 OFDIAJtltllOKA.
reasonable. Bus meets ,all trains at Daytona Station. duly If you take two. will leave one? Stone:

HERBERT E. SMITH, Lessee. remark from the royal children and the When a bad boy I Is whipped, what col MANUFACTURERS OF
visit passed off with succeed! Next day or Is beT Yell oh.

the princess royal asked ?the" queen A Prominent Virginia Editor Doors, Sash, Blinds,
"Where is Lord -- Key to the rustler.
Beach NEW HOUSE, "He has gone back to London, dear" Jlad Almost Given Up, hut No. 200.-A Letter Puzzle: Sampson.

House "Oh, what a pity I He had promisedto AVas! Brought Hack to Perfect No. 201.-Pictured Hourglass On- Moulding & Building Material

NEW FURNITURE.Sea show Bertie and me his foot!l" Health hy Chamherlnln's. Colic, trals-Itarnard. 1. Dibble 2. plane. 3.

Breeze They had' caught him in a quiet spot Cholera and Diarrhoea Jtemc- Era. 4. N. 5. Daui. 0. Perch. 7. Pad- Office &; Warerooms, King, opposite
from Beach. Table first-class. Sea Food
avenue minute a
one
; and made their own terms with the Cannon Street.Charleston .
specialty. Day, $I. Oj; Liberal weekly terms. Address -: dy.-Kcad life Editorial. dies.No.. 202.-Double Acrostic: Prlmals
captive. From the Times, Hlllstllle, Vg. Lowell IrIIllIJ.-Holml'l. 1. Leah. :2. S. C.
G. W. SCIIUYLER,
I suffered with diarrhoea for long Ohio. 3. Well. 4. Ellm. D. Lyre, a ,
Beach House, Seabreeze, Fla. It is Just as ImportantThat Lees.
time and thought I wan past being
,
you enrich and purify your blood cured. I had spent much time and money No. 203.-A Problem: Seven sheep. Sash Weights Cord and .
in the fall as in the spring. At this and suffered so much misery that I No. 2UI.-What( Is It? Coach. I ,
time, owing to decaying vegetation, a bad almost decided to give up all hopes No. 205.-A Useful BIrd: Crane I Hardware >
NIC low water ]level, and other causes, there of recovery 'and await the result, but No. 200.-Charade: Weather vane. ,
ARE'Br\: are disease germs all about us, and a noticing the advertisement of Chamber No. 207.-1'rauIJQllltlonl "fi
weak and debilitated system quickly ]aln'. Colic, Cholera and Dlarhoea Item They almost devour me klwr, Window and Fancy Glasf :VnA ;.,. .
yields to attacks of malaria, fevers, etc. edy, and also some testimonials stating Their time above m* entwine,
of the bUhoff of DlnellIn If
Till I think SPECIALTY.
By purifying and enriching your blood how some wonderful cures had been his mouse tower on the Kblne. !
with Hood's Sarsaparllla you may build wrought by this remedy, I decided to -'The Children' Hour," by Longfellow.

BartholomaY'srOTchester Beer up your system to resist these dangers, try It. After taking a few doses I was No. 208.-Anagrams: 1. Costume. 2. Palmetto Drujr Store, Daytona. f f t
as well as coughs, colds, pneumonia and entirely well of that trouble, and I wish Unison. 3. Meeting. 4. Surname B. ..;
: the grip which come with colder weath to say further to my readers and fellow Teacher. 0. Than. 7. Treason. & '
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and er. To be on the safe aide, take Hood's sufferer that I am a bale and hearty 0. Cabin 10. Oracle. 11. Drugs, medicines,chemioaldfine toilet ,
Fine Wines, Liquors Cigars. and be it and, feel well I Treaty brushes, combs perfumery and f
Sarsaparllla now, always sure man today, as as ever BcramMe. 12. Uroup. 13. Uungalow. soaps,
I 1EIICIIANT8 LUNCH 12 to 2 P. M. 25 CENTS. Is Hood's and not something else represented did in my life.-O. R.; Moore. Sold:! by 14. Scamp. 15. Justice. fancy toilet articles In ,great variety, 11
130 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Florida. to be "Just as good" all druggists and medicine dealer. M JJvaTOif, propr :j

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1 I tP I I IY' Ir A FLORIDA. From MAN TOWN COUNCIL- MEETING. Summer Excursion the Resorts.Hates to all Carroll <&Goldsmith:

On III Way n me a Trip Around At the regular meeting of the Town -

the Circle. Council .on Tuesday of last week, the Summer excursion: tickets are on sale GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES, of All KiM'

o.J... C. 0. Livingston, a retired furniture following members were present: J. R from June 1st, to September,. 80th., Ijm- Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited
chairman E. L. Jno. M.
dealer of Jacksonville. Fla. Walker ; Brady, Red to return October 31st., 1899, via '
stopped .
: Dixon D. L. Gaulden and W. R. Knox. .
, here on his way home from aronnd the the Southern Railway, at very low rates, TITVSVIL.LE, FLORIDA.
I J. circle, as he calls It-about 7,000 milesto The' new ordinance requesting the clearIng I to resorts in Virginia, North and South
of lots within built
vacant the

)I} Portland Los Angeles, Seattle, Monterey and here,back Santa home.Cruz, D.portion L.up Oaulden of the town, prepared by It Att'y. Northwest.Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia and the 33- I.,. BRA: :J::)Y d& BIRO:
was approved. was
He thinks this a marvelous city for "Summer homes" folders, maps, "Land ,
BENJ. W. JEROME.... moved that W. R. Knox be appointed to and other Inter Groceries Grain. Garden Seed Fertilizers &
Staple
4 Its age, particularly so because it car. have some one clean the streets and of the sky" pamphlets Hay, Fancy Groceries Fr
up ,
rles out his idea of men going west. estinglltorature sent free to any addressby And Food Products of all kinds Grain liar. Bran Cotton
sidewalks the 1 business portion of the Seed Meal
State Representative PENNSYL The sun in the and to R. W. Hunt, Florida Grot,
\ gets up morning applying
town, which was approved. An ordinance rood and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing\ :
VANIA IRON WORKS CO. for leads the 212 West St. Jack- exclusively]
for all to travel. Bay ,
t way men Passenger Agent
was passed, that it shall be unlaw- the above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit your .
the Sale of GLOVE OAS ENGINES Men make patron
towns and towns make nations sonville, Fla.Please
'
-A', Marine and Stationary go west, so past history tells. ful for any person to put a bell of any Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., Titugvillc. Fi
kind their horse mule
"Why. do you know," said he, "I upon cow, or write us whenever you fail to -
Selling Agent COLMAN ACETYLENEGAS other domestic animal; or to keep any -
would always buy a lot on the west side receive the ADVOCATE.
MACHINES. Safest, Cheapest such animal In said town with a bell upon
) of a town as that grows faster, all
and Host light/ for private dwell things being equal of course." It. Everyperson who shall violate Lesley & Motlowv
this law will'be.fined exceed-
lugs and stores. a sum not
Mr. Livingston Is an anti-expansion-
$;:;,0 not ten & GRAHAM
ing or Imprisonment over : ROBBINS
ist. Says he: "I think If Admiral
Fir prices, catalogues and estimates, Dewey, after demonstrating to the days It was resolved that the salary of (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
address, I the marshal and collector of the town of

r BENJ. W. JEROME, .I world worth noticing that the, had American run out navy of Manila was Titusville, after Nov. bt, 1890 shall be ...Ln,, y ora... Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and Whlst!

Rnckledge f'la. bay and waited for orders this little $5 per month or $00 per year. Motion Ales and
i Bottled Beers Stout.
was made that from Oct. let, the Titus- -
would have been avoided but STATE AND
scrap WILL PRACTICE IN
ville Electric Co. be
paid $75
after the I It Light per A First-class Line of Cigars. *.. Billiard
army was once engaged and Pool Table

month for ] the which
The Anhenser-Basch Brewing Asso'ion.Fumona must be victory for Anglo-Saxons as lighting; streets, UNITED STATES COURTS. !
,
they have too much pride to lose. A was unamiously carried. The following Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to nordws.
St.Louis Keg and Hottlod Beer. few lives does not amount to much fora bills were examined and ordered paid: Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, TltU8\'llIen
M. S. Jones, Jr, salary . .$2500I. :
t Hold by Mem.] Losley & Motlow, Titusville, FlaKj good lesson to a nation like ours, but R. State Bank, Interest. 290 ABSTRACTS of Title Furnishedfor
'
+ Mr. J. D.Crabb,Cocoa, Fin. there U have hal
one thing they not
Board Trade . .... 4 00'
of
By Mr. W.J.Tucker, Fort fierce, Fla. learned and that Is how to live In rent Protect Your
tropical, climate" and a Electric Light Co., lights/ .-. 00 81 Lands in Brevard and Dade INSURANCEI FIRE

...JOSEPH ZAPF... Is Just as keep much healt.by."There difference to Bond Lumber Co., lumber. 2 18 Property Against
the of E. L. Brady & Bro., feed bill 17 15 Counties.
cereal and
food body there vegetable animal R. A. Bobbitt, salary. . . 24.00 IaIC 'HTNINcAnd:: : OYOLONES.
Wholesale Beer and Liquors as Is in cotton cloth and

woolen cloth. If It. Is good to throw ofta Total. . ,flro.-: 5 We have a large List I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Lit<
West Day Street, woolen coat In July, why not leave off Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
eating heavy food In proportion as you of Lands owned by Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. leave off woolen cloth from the body. Mandamus Proceeding For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CIIAS. S. SCUUYLER,

It.Is said that In the Klondike country ourselves ana clients.Price 'rl..anI11.....u.....!._", .ria t"'L,
F if you will eat plenty of beans and grease Attorney J. T. Sanders returned to

THE A. P, FRIES DRUG CO. and thicken drink your plenty blood of strong ffo you coffee can it Bland will Miami gone,''Saturday to get out, from mandamus Titusville proceedIngs having for unimprovedlands

, the cold well. The government feeds
In the interest of Stephenson and
Wholesale and Retail the soldiers on the same things In the Meredith against the County CommIs- $3 to $100 HOT WEATHER WOR

tropics. sioners. The trial will be before Judge
"Brunettes, who have large pores, Jones on the 20th at Titusville. Robbin per acre.WE .
DRUGS and MEDICINES will take cold quicker, so brunettes : & Graham will represent the Board of
should live In the tropics and blondes in 1 Commissioners.
.4 the cold climate; horses, pigs and chickens County have a few Residence,' Orange is less fatiguing when your kitchen Is bept
129 East Bay Street, the same. I think state could desirable
my Properties In -
Grove and Pineapple t cool and bearable by using an oil
h stove
trade 3,000 blondes for a, JACKSONVILLE, .- FLORIDA. and make a good deal; but if Uncle locations. Prices Reasonable. I gas stove or a gas range. We have a spIeD

Sam Intends to hold his newly acquired Offer for November and December de- did. stock of these labor-savers in blu<

J. D. O'HERN, possessions, he will have to pick the livery 15,000 choice budded orange and TITUSVILLE Same oil stoves, or gasoline stoves and gai

men who are better adapted for the grape fruit trees; are four years old} sour OFFICES: j 1 and MIAMI. \ ranges. They are clean, economical am
and
Manager. tropics, give them food to suit the stock.
orange/ 5,000 sure bearing fig durable: and our prices will enable th
climate. Brunettes will be all right. trees, Peach, Plum, Pear and Persimmon 1 i15 i15'k.i .
For Sale. I wrote to Secretary Alger on this point trees all leading and best varieties. 55 slimmest'purse to procure one.

when he first called for volunteers, and 2,500 camphor trees, imported seed. East Coast Meat Market i'
told
him what would follow, -but ,no Everything carried by first-class nursery.
; At Daytona, Fla., five and ten acre heed was paid to it. The governmentwill Write for prices, JAMES PRITCHARD & SON

1 lots choice vegetable and orange lands. not take hold of these things unless toGEO.. WRIGHT, G. F. DUREN, Agent. ..,. ,
Cheap for cash, or will make liberal the press leads the way.-Tbe Minne- General Manager Orlando Nurseries
iterms. Address, apolis Times. C --
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
' COUKTLAND IklCKMAN, CD

t, 22 Hogan st., Jacksonville, Fla.SemiTropical ANY COLOR, CHEAPER than PAINT, Notice. -- -.
cnct; t .
Is Cabots' Creosote Stains. Prices ,
and U hereby given that on tbe 21st day FURNITURE
particulars on application to
r NOTICE, A. U 1900, or as soon thereafter all 2. I ,
Tuos. C. WATTS & Co., can be heard,I will apply to his Honor D. L. ;
f Nurseries.ORLANDO Jacksonville, Fla.] Gaulden, County Jude of Brevard County, fora ..
final settlement of my accounts and approvalof DRY GOODS SHOES
my distribution of the assets of the Estate of ,;. ,
,, FLA. NAVY WILL CO-OPERATE. B. C.the Smith administratorship deceased, and of for said my estate.W. dischargefrom .

SPECIALTIES z- .I. ALLEN. __ 3 piece Solid ANTIQUE OAK Suites $12.00

Boone's Early-the earliest and best Will Take an Extensive Part In the. War Jensen,Fla.. Sept.(th,1809. Administrator.. =d rCD 0" ., $1(1.50
::
Early Orange. In the Philippine Bobbins & Graham-Att'ys for Administrator. cn CDh
No Second .)
Hand Furniture.
.
-
Aurantlum Pomelo, the best GRAPE I -
Gen. Otis bas been Instructed, In framing

Titusville Florida.
} FRUIT and TANGERINE ORANGE his plan of campaign for the dry @ As an advertising medium, no
season -
TREES. to allow for the fullest participationof paper on the East Coast can-beat the. Hair Mattresses Mattings Blue Flame Stoves Shades etc
'*/ Carry a full lino of Citrus trees, also the naval forces now in the Philip. ADVOCATE. give us a trial advt., ,
1 Peach, Pear, Persimmon and Plum trees and be convinced of the pink paper'
and
i ; pines, as soon as he had been heard .
o Grafted Roses und Soupernong. Grape from the necessary orders will go for- worth. ,jir HEAR & TAYLOR, Chas. A. Gardner, -' Titusville, Fla.

vines. ward to the naval commanders to cooperate .
' James Mott, with the army to lyn extent not Artesian WellCONTRACTORS

,, Box 170. Orlando, Fla. before contemplated. I A Shave and When in JACKSONVILLE (IT VFU?
The naval officers have been THE
always
Jly28oct23,
willing to do this, but they. have been a Hair Cut. ,ll f I ,- : Visit .

restrained In their operations by an Indisposition Have a greatjdeal to do with the general I )
to interfere in any manner appearance of a gentleman. At Eau Gallic, Fla, The finest SALOON In the South.
1't"
:IL with the plans the military commander. -
,The ships will undertake to captureany CARRUTHER'S' Barber Shop
of the ports now In Insurgent pos The best liquors that money can bflj

session that may be desired by the army TITUSVILLE, WM. KNAUER,
and also to hold them Indefinitely, thus None( but experienced workmen are em-
making It possible to open the railroadon I ployed and perfect satisfaction guaranteed Wholesale dealer inCA of all the favorite brands constantly on hand.
Luzon from the northern extremity;; Give us a call.
while in Cavlte with Merchants' Lunch from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m., 150., with bottle of Export Beer
province,, a large J. L. CARRUTHERS, Prop. .::D
force of marines on hand, It is' believed -
that; the navy can undertake to relieve
the soldiers stationed there and make P. L. Turbyfill Buy your candy from the Wholesale -

operations available a, considerable force for other Candy House. Call or GAY BROTHERS

Livery .Feed and Sale Stables write for prices.
1Si Reading notice ads. on this page Address:
are live cents per line per week.
I have some of the finest horses and Corner of Madison and 'Adams Sts., Palatka Florida. GROCERS

GRAND NAVAL PAGEANT carriages In this section of the country.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,
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Si Fancy Pineapple Slips and SucleI -. Will lie Nearly Seven Ill lie of Craft Behind Call and see me. .Reasonable rates. We make a Special Feature of our

' era for Sale. I llewey'i Vh gehlp. P. L. Turbyfill, The Three Whys.WUV .
Preparations for the naval parade in t Mail Order Department.

honor of Admiral Dewey are nearly completed Waynesyille, North Carolina. -
Abbakas, Egyptian and Golden Queen and the indications are it will be
tell Sjan KILL YOUR MOCKING BIRD
Porto Rico Smooth Cayenno and
;* the of its kind America
(. :Spanish. Apply toMADUOCK has greatest pageant. II111 with stale food, when you can Knowing how difficult It is in some localities to; get GOOD GROCERIES:

& MATTHAMS, ever seen.Desldes the United States naval ... {/) buy the Southern Home Mocking Bird CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them fille<,l
', "Palm Beach,Pinery," the local merchant and pleasure vessels SUN LIGHT OAS LAMP Food fresh every day at 25o: per Ib ; sent promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory
West Palm Beach, Fla. craft, application for places in the line jIt anywhere 100 extra to pay freight. We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House in.East Florida, and hay
; many articles not usually found in other and smaller houses.
have been received from ship owners In F WHY suffer from mULLS FEVER
"orthnd, Mo., Boston, New Haven, New 1 = g aQWwn' Hill when you can get a bottle of nr- SEND FOR OUR TRICE LIST.

10 Orange Growers. London, Bridgeport, Newburgii, Albany, Cye. ...GJoo u Thomas' Chill and Fever Tonic guaranteed -
.
'onghkoepslo, Kllznbothport, Baltimore, .1- Cam.Z Z to cure for,500.
l Philadelphia and Washington. In all its =. + :;:! -I.Q ci. .'9 WHY Buffer from a splitting HEADACHE E.
expected there will be seven miles of cd Q{fJ I 0 .1 II111 when you can get a bottle A. WADDELL
'
I NOW HAVE craft that will follow the Admiral. up --4 AAA:I ;; of Thomas' Headache Cure, that will ,
North river. c.... u In short order for lOc.II. .
: E+'i ; cure you Miami City and Dade County -
15,000 Grafted The participation' of steam yachts PAT'0 MAY 10,18N.'a.0.l o: I R. THOMAS, Chemist and Druggist.
promises to be most noteworthy, All CO S .. LaVilla Pharmacy,
he principle yacht clubs in the East 2:=, 0 Qt0 Jacksonville, l h\. Real Estate Bureau.
Orange Trees. will be represented. The yacht squadron < ; c5.asu 8S

division will be headed by the tlag-
Is drawn
Corsair of the New York = : 4w Subscriber, YOlll'attentlon
.; On sour roots, 4.ft, and Branched ship : Yacht t-::: uO d to the name-and-date slip pasted upon A Select !
Club, with Commodore 11. 1'. Morgan In 0- In List of BAY BISCAYNE PROPERTY City Lots Fruit and Vegetable
If
Will be ready for trans- command. 01 your paper or wrapper. you are ,
<:
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\ planting Oct. 1 st, also 5,000 on Following the Corsair as the guest of (o=9 o..!rt! ." arrears, please remit. Tracts of all sizes for Investments Phosphate and Orange Grove Lands w

honor will be the Erin, with Sir Thomas
lemon stock. ] West
a Cite Coast.
LIpton on board. More than hundred AGENTS WANTED.For "The and .__ -
The best trees In Florida at any other yachts will follow them. : ;:;3 c Achievements naval of AdlUlrallowey\ the wurld'sgreatest the For Correspondence, enclose- stamps. Agent for

price Parties on the east coast -.11I8 Hfe-long friend and admirer of the nation' idol. ARMOUR & CO. MILLS,
!! Ingest and beat book; over 500 AIRMOTER WIND
.
who want a, tine article should WEATHER REPORT. :3 I Inches; nearly 100 page halftone illustrations. Fertilizers, Chicago, 111. Chicago, IB-
a ..aI Only SI,BO. Enormous demand. Hip commit
4tS write at once for prices, and 115 Dearborn Street c:: ; ::a ,Ion,. Outttt free. Chance of lifetime. Write Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI, FLORIDA.
engage their stock. 8UMMAKY FOR Al'Ol'8T,180n. Chicago III. 0 a quie {. The Dominion Company, 3rd Floor, -
a I Caxton Bldtf.,Chicago. ::::c--
Y These trees are undoubtedly the Ugliest\ temperature on the 0th,. 93.fi
Lowest U U 28th 71 alJFWCLED
best In the >plate, address, Mean for the month. .,. 80.0 I r-- ESTABLISHED 1875. WATCHES CLOCKS

Average mean for 18 years 80.3() ,
O. W. CONNER Ilgbest U It U In I8$3; 83.8

: OKLAWAIIA, f FLORIDA. Lowest u u 1880\ 78.8 : wm .. ::SO-creS:: &:, CO. Diamonds

7, Rainfall in Inches . . 7.55 e e, l Jewelry ,ilof
Average for :22 I: years . 5.U3 ,
To ThS Deaf. Greatest In 1880. 15.77 _GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS. Rings and Presents.WtW ( .
Least ", '"1883 1.15'revaillng ? iSonienirs, Wedding

A itch lady, cured of ber deafness and } direction of wind . SE 6 East Bay'Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We '

noises In the head by Dr. Nicholson's Number of clear days. .. . :24 REPAIRIJG
Artificial Ear Drums, 110,000 to his "fair ,. . . 3 handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay A FIE WATCH and JEWELRY
Institute, so that deaf gave people unable to ', cloudy . . 4 Com, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat Grits Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright ana SILVER*
.. dark at wholesale. State for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co. __ A spECULTY.
procure the Ear Drums may have them U days with rain .. 11 agenU
free. Address No. The Institute Island Home Star Brand Ferttu.er.-o annteed Analysis, Orange tree and Vegetable Fertiliser.PuN Ground Spectacles and Eyeglw.e BILES.IJ225 .
1134, Bone, Nitrate Soda, Mutate of Potash.Sulphate Potash, Kalnlt, eto. These fertilisers hare no Charge paid oneway.| B. J.
780 Eighth Avenue New York N. Y, Merrills Island, Fla. superior In the market,and a trial wUl convince. Send for Caulogae t..... W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE:, FU-




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