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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 29, 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: UF00075918:00039
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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 IN STOCK : Rambler, IRONPHALT ROOFING Something -Mr. James T. Hogg; of Melbourne, -Mrs. Alfred Rothl, of Jacksonville, guests than It could before. The hotel

Victor, Crescent, Cleveland, Barnes, new. Guaranteed for six years. Write internal Revenue Collector, was u pnsicnjier who has boon spending tho summer at will also have an elevator and prlvato

Topics of General Interest. Stearns, Wolff, Tribune. Write for for particulars toTHOS. on Wednesday's north bound Illlcoto, near Ilendersonville, N. C., atha.: Thin hotel U spoken of In very

And prices and catalogue. C. WATTS & Co., train to Jacksonville.Mr. ,. nays she will return to Jacksonville next high form by tho tourists who visit De-
F. W. BEERS, Jacksonville Fla. mouth. t.and during tho winter.
,
THE ADVOCATE, St. Augustine. L. C. Brannlng, agent for the
Second-hand Yost F. E. C. U'y., at this place: paid a visit -A largo party was given at Mr. Men There will ho a now 12-knot Daimler

$1.50 per annum, in advance.'. typewriter, $25.K; ) -One of the anti-germ water filters to Green Cove Springs, returning homo tal's Wednesday night by Jerome Feastcr. launch capacity l.'O( passengers, to run
'1 00 six months, Monday night. Quito a crowd went from hero In up the Tomoka river this winter from
be
cnn working at the ADVOCATE
$2.00: per an. to foreign countries.s -Do you want to buy some pet stock? office. seen See a'd. on 5th -The Misses ZllOlHe and Katie Stewart wagons and blljt lell.' All report having the Hotel Ormond. It will made round
page.
Read ad. on this page. had enjoyable time. trips: daily between 3 and 10 p. m., which
and Miss Bcnttlo Hall leave hero tomorrow
notice ads. are ten cents -Mr. II. -Mr. Crcnsha\v, of Jacksonville, was will Wilbur of this will ho thoroughly enjoyed by the largo/
rjF- Reading Benecke, of Banana River, III town Tuesday and Wednesday in the for St. Augustine, where they place, lumber of this
Tuesday guests \\'llIIlItOp at popular -
line on this page. was in town this week. attend St. Joseph's Academy left morning; for New York
per interest of Sumncr's Four-X Butter. hostelry every winter.
where ho will MrsVlibnr, lie
join
D. Crabb, of Cocoa, was in -Mr. Tom -Mr. Ins of Miami who :
_Mr. J. this week. Knight, sf this place, has -Capt. E. II. Rice, of this place, left Anthony, loon not expect to return hero this 'fho form of workmen In'tho employ of
town a day or so been very sick this week. spent a few days in IIcn'derMonville, N.
Wednesday for Sebastian where he will winter. McGuire & McDonald are now busy
E. Muriel, of Jacksonville, was -The hot commence the work of cutting the inlet. C., en route from :New York, left for and
Mr. G. spell is about over. We are making necessary repairs Improve
bo
the week. this to
and Saturday last. Washington, Ga., the first of Qunll, season,>aro likely
in town on Friday having delightful weather now. -Take note of the new ad. of A. I.. very abundant If the law. Is observed ments to tho large hotels at St A ugua-
Mr. and Mrll. J. O. Walton Mrs. F. tine The also work In
gardeners are at
Jug; Water Filters $1.23; Hatch of Roekledge this lIe the cloned Reason. shouldomomber
Little Brown -Mr. O. A. Quarterman, of Chester ; on page A. and Chaa. II. Walton till of during People tho beautiful and
trimming
Morgan courts grounds
and $2.50 Claude Walton, agent. Shoals, was in town on Tuesday. has all kinds of choice shrubbery. Wt'llnellllllY that it is Illegal to shoot tho IIIbdOl'o -
this place, arrived homo, November. and planting shrubbery and Improving
-Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Penny and little Messrs. J. M. Dixon and Ed. Knox -Wo are glad to learn that Capt. from North Carolina; where they have the gardens: with many new and

girl spent Sunday in Cocoa, returninghere spent from Saturday until Monday at Jarvis and family, of Key West, are rap- been spending mouth.. They spent a -Wo nro glad: to note that Mr. C. A, attractive features, preparatory to tho

Monday. Cocoa. idly recoveilng from the yellow fever. day in Jacksonville.The Bacon, of Ormond, Is recovering from approaching Roason.
his! ( recent severe 111 nous. Mrs. Bacon,
here for information \ -Mr. Louis R. Cole formerly of Titus- Klondike letter published in Demo Rumor that Mr. O. A.
People writing t Miss! Susie Gladwin, of this place, who also bus boon 111 has fully recovered nays
will please enclose a stamp to insure a left Friday last, for Banyan, where she villo, has returned from New York, andIs last week's ADVOCATE, was written byMr.Tloward much to the delight of, her many friends. Jones, n wealthy northerner, has purchased
reply. will teach school.Mr. stopping at tho Placide, Jacksonville.Dr. Paddlsou, formerly of tho Hotel Indian lllvcr, Rockledge, .
Indian ItIver Steamboat Co., at this place. Tuenday of last week E. r.. Brady & Kin., from the owner, Mr. Michael F.Dwycr .
of the Worley
-Mr. Frank Walton, editor D. B. Pritchard, a prominent of St. Augustine, passed lIe is a nephew of Capt. R. P. Paddison Co., of Miami, ,mirrliaRcd from a number of Brooklyn, N. Y., and that he
News was In townon here the latter of last weeken
Coca and Rockledge hardware dealer of this place, spent from through part of Seminole Indians :1117 alligator hides, will soon, come to Indian River to get It
Sunday. Saturday until Monday at Green Cove route to Miami to spend a few days. -Mr. Frank B.-Everett, of Palm Beach,
which had been caught by them within In readiness for the opening this winter.
who is In HendorsonvHlo N. C. informs -
-Mrs. Walter R. Watson and baby Springs. -Mrs. T. A. Braswell, of Sanford, us now that he has gained ,10 poundsIn tho past two weeks about 18 miles northwest Wo have not hoard: whether Mr. Sam.

who are in Palatka, are expected in town Mr. W. E. Gerow, agent; for the Stand after spending a week or so with Mr. weight during his sojourn of nbout ot 1\I1I1mlin the Everglades. Tho ProHkoy, of tho United States Hotel, N.
and Mrs. G. returned hides brought trlllo less than $200:! and .1. will have tho tho
to-day. ard Oil Company, at Jacksonville, was S. Vanlandingham, three weeks in tho mountains of North management coming -

-Messrs. T..R. Crook and son, Wal- in town on Friday hist, and left for down home on Sunday. Carolina.Mrs.' were paid- for in cash. season

lace, and II. Watton, of Clifton, were in river points the same day. lIe returnedto -Miss L. Sharp, of City Point, who '- J. A. McDonald and her daughter -Mr. 1'. A. Vans Agnew, a prominent' Manager Leon If. Cllley, of the Maple-

town on Monday.SEE Jacksonville, Wednesday.Mr. has been at DeLand for a month or so, Miss Kitty accompanied by Mr. .J. lawyer of KlaHlminoo, walt among the wood Cottage, Maplowood, N. II., write
R. C. Scrimgeour, of this place arrived here Monday on a visit to Mrs.J. and pleasant callers at this office yesterday the AUVOCATE to the effect that ho will
OUR silk waist patterns to arrive ina B. Riley's two children two nurses,
P. Brown. lie was one of tho lawyers who 'repre not return to Hotel Hibiscus Palm
and other Fall hoods.CUAS. we are pleased to note, is steadily Improving passed through here, Sunday last, en ,
few days
rented the children of Mr. E. O. MorganIn Bench ho has
which is the coming winter as accepted -
.-A. GARDNER. certainly gratifying -Judge W.'B. Lamar, of Tallahassee, route from Miami to Merrltt's Hotel Plao-
news to his many friends. He is now ide Jacksonville whore now tho big/ oattlo case which came up a very lucrative position in New
left Asheville for Hendersonvillo N. C. they are
,
who is In Jacksonville before Circuit Judge M. S. Jones at York We tho Hibiscuscan
Smith able walk city.
-Capt. Joe to around the house a little.A this week. He will visit the East Coast stopping.Miss. presume
expects to return here on Tuesdayor Tl Urn villo this weak bo leased for the coming season.
Mrs Jefferies, of Ft. Pierce, who this winter. Edith Ward of Jacksonville
Wednesday next. formerly After Oct. 10th Mr. CIlloy'R address will
Editor T. J. Apployard of tho Sanford -
and recently became insane, was brought up -Mrs. F. T. Budge and daughters, but now of Atlantic City, N. J., Chronicle and West, Herald, hot: Manhattan Club, Madison( .avo., Now
-Messrs. Ernest Vanlandingham here Friday, and was taken, Sunday, Misses Parthy and Stella, of Miami, 11.1'rlvcd Is visiting her cousin, Miss Ethel Love, Key York.
Arthur Brown, of this place, spent from to the aslyum at Chattahooche- by a here Wednesday on a visit to Mrs. at Hendcrsonvlllc, N. C. Both of those accompanied by his. son' passed through/
Saturday until Monday at Indianola.Mr. nurse who was sent after her. James Pritchard.Mr. young ladles are very popular In the lat here ycstenlvy, en route to his home In Manager Jas. 1'. Vlnlng, of the Grey-
Sanford Mr. Apployard and his son lock has dono tine
Wllllamston Mans.
I a
T. R. Puckett foreman of .the -R. J. Riles the ter.town, and are well known In Jack
jeweler at
Jackson-
after those who wore stricken
G. F. Ensey, of Tropic, of wore among tourist business Ibis summer. The
sonville have host
Star, left Saturday last for Jacksonvilleand ville left on Tuesday via the Ocean where they a with fever and although theyare
spending a few days with his family, friends. Lawn tennis la of their favorite yellow : house has boon overflowing, and the
other places, returning home yes Steamship line on a business and pleasure I returned to Egmont Key, where he has at one now. quite well, they both looked guests have boon having a very enjoyable

trip. During his absence he will pur: secured. position.I pastimes present; rather thin after their battle with those time. Mr.' Vlnlng Is also manager of

terday.Mrs.. J. M. Bright and Miss Hunt, of chase his fait and winter stock of goods. I -Were .orry,to learn ,that Mr. Wm.A. pesky little yellow fever germs. In Hotel Colonnades, Seabreeze, 11the

Nashville, Tenn., who arrived here last -This section has been favored lately have Just received a large; supplyof Warnock, nephew of .the lato Col. conversation with Mr. Apployard, ho winter, and ho expects to arrive\ at Day-
filters and able to fill
week, are now located in the Fischer with several heavy rains; inches of water am now orders Aaron A. Degrauw; of Jamaica N. Y., said tho fever was of a mild typo, but ho tona, to take charge about tho 24th of
without Claude Walton
cottage. 'I. has fallen in the past week and the delay. agent; has been anything' but well for some expected nearly everyone In Key Went November. The numerous friends of

ground is now in splendid condition for Titusville, Fla. weeks past 'tIr. Warnock should comedown who had not had a touch of it previously, Mr. and} Mrs. Vining will gladly welcome
-Mrs. Jas. Carnell and son, of Or- transplanting strawberries and -Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Blum and family to the East Coast this winter whore would be attacked before It was over. them to Florida
planting
mond, who have been spending the summer gardens of Jacksonville, have been stopping he would soon derive much benefit to

ID Connecticut, returned home on at the Globe hotel, Hondersonvllle, N. his health. /The above gentleman paid ON AND AFTKR'October 2nd, store Mr. Mcrrltt, of Hotel Placldo, has fully

Saturday last -If Henry M. Flaglorlives long epoughhe C., for a week or two. Titusvflle a' short visit last winter, and will bo open evenings demonstrated his ability to run a flrst-
Lawrence will make the whole East Coast a mado qulto a few friends hero.On ClfAB. A. CtAUDNKK. class "up-to-dato" hotel. Whore other.
-Mrs. B. B. Pope and son ,
paradise from Pablo to Miami. Mr. -Mr. II. K. Lorraine, of Jacksonville, fall Menltt wins and we predict that the
of Jacksonville, have been enjoying a Flagler is doing a great thing for Florida who has been spending several weeks our return from North Carolina Placlflo will continue to grow
visit of a week or so at the Wheeler Ho- with his wife and Tuesday we were pleased to see Mr. 'I'. Dlttlut making
and thousands of people are getting family at Skyland, N. horses. For halo] larity. Mr. Mori I It Is also
tel, Ilendersonville, N. C. employment through his operations.Mr. C., spent Monday at the Globe hotel, J, Mitchell superintending at the newsstand extensive alterations ImprovementsIn

-Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Lake, formerlyof Ilendersonville., at the union station Jacksonville the Carleton and when completed this
Miami are still in Ilendersonville, N. and Mrs Geo. M. Robbins and Mr. Mitchell Is well and favorably J. B. Magruder will bo In Titusville on hotel will be one of tho most"home-Ilka

C", where, they are making quite a recordas sons, Rufus, Richard and George, left -Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Garthsido, of known by the traveling public; and is October 4, ft smith 0} with a carload/ of fine and convenient In the state. We wish
here Tuesday morning for Miami, were passengers on Monday'snorthbound at literature young Kentucky horses and mules for
lawn tennis players. Philadelphiaand not only an adept handling friend Mori lit the success ho deserves.
other places, where they will spenda train, en route to New York, but Is a good hotel man. We wish him sale;
-Master Geo. Scobie, of this place;ex- month or so. They will leave Rufus where they will attend the 'Dewey celebration every success. The entire first floor of l\Ienltt'lI Hotel

pects to leave here, Monday morning, and Richard at Point Caswell, N. C., snd the yacht races. i Rathbun, Jacksonville, will be covered

for Winter Park, where he will attendRollins' with their grand-parentsMr. and Mrs.R. -Mr. John Howard the popular Among those who wo hoar will attend AMONG THE HOTELS. I with encaustic tiling In different colors;
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College this winter.Mr. P. Paddison. representative that fine college, Stetson University, Do- the floors of the pallor and reading room
of the Clyde Line Jacksonville
Land, this winter, will be the following: will have rugs laid over the tile, and the
Julius Kline, of this place, who -Congressman Robt. W. Davis, of joined his family at Hotel Wheeler, Misses Allno and Daisy Brady, Lowinna The resorts of Florida are whole building will bo the most modern

has been spending a few weeks in New Palatka, who has been in town this Ilendersonville, N. 0., Monday, on his Gaulden, Claude Walton and Lessor summer and! and np-te-dato of any hotel In tho city.
annually becoming more popular
York, buying his fall and winter stock of week representing Mr. E. O. Morgan's return from Ashevlllo, N. C. Gaulden, Tltusvlllo; Marvin Thomas and the crowds at tho seashore are greater Tho hotel will bo under the managementof

goods, returned home Monday. children in the cattle case, which was -Mrs. Helen W. 'Reynolds, of this Fred Travis, Cocoa; Kingan Hodgson, this year than over before. !Mr, Merritt, of the Placldo hotel. Mr.

-Robert Burns and his sister, Miss heard before Judge Jones, was a pleasant place, who has been spending a monthor Eau Gallle; and |Mlsn Cora Torbert, of; Ensign: who hat charge of this work
Isabel, of Canaveral, who have been caller at the ADVOCATE office on Wed- so in Baltimore, Md., returned home Miami. There are many more going Mr John I.. Jensen, owner of the AlFresco will return early In November from New

spending some time with Fred and George nesday. Congressman Davis is always a Tuesday, accompanied by Mr. Reynolds, from this section whoso names we have hotel, Jensen, will, we are Informed York, and the work will bo pushed rapIdly .

Scobie, returned home on Monday.Mrs. welcome visitor to this sanctum. who is very sick. not heard. veil or lease It. Mr. Jensen is at in time to open the house for the
present In Aahevlllo: N. G, winter tourist
-Part of the lumber for the season.
J. T. Ball and two daughters, new hotelat -Mr. Will Joyner, after spending
of Key West, who have been spending Cutler has been forwadod to that about a week with his brother, Wesley, Now Goods.! Hotel Wheeler, under the management The recent arrivals at the Indian River

some time in North Carolina and other place. The hotel is being built by the left Monday for Jupiter, whore he will of Uanlln & Wheeler, Hendersonvlllo, N, hotel TltiiHvllle?nro as follows ; J. f 8.

places, passed through here Monday on land department of the. F. E. C. Ry. spend a week or so before returning to Julius Kline has just returned from C., have done a flourishing" business during CoghLum, Jacksonville; II. D. Hunt,

their way to Miami. for the accommodation of parties seeking his home in Birmingham, Ala. New York city with an immense stock tho short time the house has been Buruell; Jas. L. Mlddleton Jacksonville;

investments in that section of the of new and fashionable goods of all open W. McParlaiid, Titusville; Mrs. Oscar

write-Will the our correspondents please country, and will be a model structure, old-Quite baseball a number grounds of on people Saturday met at and the doHcriptloiiH, and he Invites! all his pat- Tho Alcazar park and tho grounds on Parker, ICoehoMtor, N Y.; J. 11. liartot,
names of persons and towns although small. S. II. Richmond, the : and view his Baltimore Md. Mrs. Robt. It. Taylor
rons and friends to come all the hotel properties of the East Coast :
as work legible for as possible? It is very hard decipher agent, will operate the business of the saw by money it nicely subscribed cleared up by, which the merchantsof was done purchasea. JUMUH KLINE, hotel System, st. Augustine, are being" Mrs. Louis Jouuou, !Mrs. J. I.! Lummus,

some strange of them.compositors to hdtel.. the town. A game was played be- Tituavlllo, 'la.rllrlllKheel treated to a highly beneficial trimming{ Miami ; D. E. Williams, Jr., Jackson-

-If one mild winter-will come in Flor- tween the citizens hind the fishermen, and general beautifying, villo; W. R. Copoland, Fort Pierce;
-Mr. Wm. H. Rowton, the business Ida no cold to damage the truck farms Clam to C. Walton INDIAN UIVEU ADVOCATE -
,. the latter winning. The next game will House Wanted. The Arlington Hotel, Potoskey, Mich.,
manager/ of Riles establishment ; )t. I.. Motlow, Titusville; M. M.
Jewelry the truckers would get practically licit b. played to-morrow week, which prom- closed the latter part of last week, afterhaving
nest Bay street who has Alexander, St. Louis, Mo.; Julius Klinn,
Jacksonville from the sale of vegetables. Florida is ises to be a hot one. We have some had successful
been keeping bachelor's hall all summer, getting to be the greatest vegetable statein i pretty good baseball players here. Wanted a furnished house of about a under very tho season.of Now York; lion. Robt. W. Davis: Washington
will be made happy on Tuesday or Wednesday the Union, simply because we have alx rooms, for one or two months; Day- This hotel In management I). C. ; W. J, Soars, Jr., S. A.
-The Fever l Is so light in Key West and other Mr. S. II. Peck, manager of Hotel Plaza, Gilbert C. A. Vans Agnew Klsslmmee
next by the return of his wife. the land and the climate. With no frostto tona or Titusville. Stato rent ;
Mra. Rowton, who has been spending hurt, fancy prices would bo obtainedfor that many of the old inhabitants refuseto particulars. Rocklodge, Fla. J, I.. Baker, W. 1'. Brubakor, II. L. Ster-

we summer among; her relations and every car load of vegetables sent out believe that It is the genuine yellow Address, J. A. M. Manager G. Butler Smith, who has rett, Jacksonville; F:. L. Lesley, Hon.

friends in New York and other states in of the state during February, March and fever. The rules are being considerably Care ADVOCATE, Titusville, Fla. been at the Profile house. White Mountains S. M. Sparkman1'ampa; E. O. Morgan

""e>east, reports to have received much April. relaxed by Dr. Porter The sponge fleetIs all the summer, says ho will return J. C. Morgan, Klsalimnno; O. B. Floyd,

benefit by the change. 'She expects to allowed to go out but must not l.tpc; to Key West this winter to take charge Orlando; K. H. Kautarson, Fort Pierce;

leave Boston Monday forJacksonvlllo.Pet Empty Sugar and' Ilice BarrelsFor on the mainland until they have been at Crates.I of Hotel Key West Major Alex st. Clair Abrams, W H. O.
sea ten days; I Immunes can leave the Scott Jacksonville; Prof. John II. Same! ,

Stock For Sale. sale Address city either by the east or west coast.- have the best Octagon Bean Crate Mrs C. I). Tyler who has been managing W. S. Mania, W. F. Sams, Courtenay;

WALTER MOORE, Sunny Land. oversold on Indian, River. Heads cut the Atlantic City hotel, Belmont, Judge Minor S. Jones, Titusville; Jan.F .

Fancy pigeons,-;song; and fancy cage 8 George St., Charleston, S. C. -We want to draw the attention of even and exact. Cypress slate 8 N.,. J.Augustine, during" ,the on Monday.summer, returned She exports to Cronshiiw, Jacksonville; Ed. C, Green,
birds Boston dipt. L, A. Hildreth, New
G. F. PADDI80N, ,
: rabbits, Belgian hares, guinea our numerous readers along the East to the St. George hotel In November
open( Ga.
H. If. Avellhe Savannah
Eau Galllo Fla. Smyrna; ;
: white ,
fogs black and Coast and throughout the state In
yellow lly- -
rats; general '
A Yew Store.Mr. JOH. G. Ball Mra. J. K. Lesbe
fox all to the advts. of the live and ;
Melbourne
:1 all f gentle ener
I stock pure bred.irrl'rice list free. getlc business men who are bidding fora For Sale Cheap. Mr, Orange Howe, formerly manager Miss Elizabeth llopklnn, ;

Address, MRS. E. 11. ARMSTRONG, II. Spell has located a new storeIn share of your patronage In the column of tho Holly Inn, Daytona, but now of John Henry, Titusville; J. S. LeFiU,
the J. T. & tho Hotel HaiumonaHHot, Madison, Conn., Jacksonville; Chan.. H. Walton, INDIA* _
Jacksonville Fla. the building south of of the ADVOCATE. If you are in need
K. W. Ry., where he is prepared to sell of ahy particular line of goods, the pink Furniture of every kind, Oak Suites, will return to St. Augustine In October RIVER': ADVOCATE:; Capt. J. L. Baker, I..

Same utensils soda water, cider will tell the best place to buy Bedroom Crockery and Mattresses of; He tells the ADVOCATE that he .1. anxious G, Starbuck, Orlando, Miss Jullon Soule,
stationery, paper you
Money by Sending for Your and other drinks. lie will repair your them., Read the ads. superior quality, chair etc. Low prices. to lease a good hotel on the East Oak Hill; Miss Fannie C. Carter, Pulaski;

Groceries!! to the magnolia shoes in the latest style. Give him a Cash only, Address Coast for the winter. Tenn. ; W. II. Rooks, F, E. C, Ry. ; J.

Grocery Co. call. S W. It. CAM POEM: Ilendersonville O'Brien, New Smyrna.
Jacksonville To Kent The Globe ]Hotel, N.
Bellevue Hotel Melbourne Fla. }
Prop'r ,
Florida. C. has done a larger tourist businessthis

Wanted. Bummer than'over before. It launder Do You Want to Spend The
:
f4hbe 1.1\)8.\ granulated-.. . . al.00 Trucking land on Indian River, opposite WANTED-A good; salesman and col- the able management of AI 1'1. II, 11. Winter In Florida?

1".lb8. w bite C u '. . . 1.00 Experienced party in stock raising Jensen; bearing cocoaout on premises lector in Brevard county. Good post Love, of Jacksonville!', who will soon
green ; safest spot; best laud. Apply to Apply at once. close tho hotel for the winter and return
8. foffee. i.D wants a partner with capital to start a tlon to right man. Gilbert '
f).lbs S\ : Arbuckle's coffee . 1.00 cattle ranch in South Florida; best loca- W. C. Sneden, Waveland, Fla. SI.VOKH Mru. Co.,. home about the 15th of October. If ao, J, A. of 424: East 2nd

bacon pound . .6* Address o Jacksonville, Fla. I St., Dayton, O,, can: supply you with
Breakfast baconper catlon In the state. 'fake note of the Al] Fresco hotel ad. furnished situated at Eau Gal-
Shoulder u .9 and .10 W., care ADVOCATE, Lime and Cement on 4th page of this issue. It Is situated lie cottages most, beautiful location'on I?
picalc\ u u . .0} Tltusville Fla. Plant find Flower] right in the heart of the pineapple region Fla. The fj,
barn. Trees, River and directly
whole Indian
the opposite
,, . u u . .61.ueat and U one of the most comfortablebotel.
ham Portland mouth of the Banana River
. 10 Best ,American Cement the
1() ; season along the Eaat Coast. Give It .a the
abutterlne. .. . . 1.40 The San Matco Cigar, warranted strongest and best, $3.00 per Now I U the beautifying your the most famous fishing ground on
rite for prices on other barrel. Best Florida rock lime, '1.00 per homes. ''Send and get a copy of our.new trial.When East Coast of Florida. For further particulars .
Good groceries. either to J. A, Gilbert,
the
delivered to Florida Tobacco barrel. t catalogue just laaued.! the addition la completed apply
All Pure
depot in Jacksonville. ,
MAOXOLII GBocEur Co. J Eaat Coast Grown, G, F. 1)ADDISON. A, L. HATCH, Hotel College Arms, DeLand,can accom Daytooj 0., or to J, E. M, llodgaou, of

Jacksonville Fla., No better made; try them. Eau Gallic, Fla. Rockledge Fla. modate more than twice the number of lie, Fla'WIi .








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& 2 1l\1JIAr-4 BIVKR ADVOCATE, ShPTEMBEtt, 29, 1899.

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1V 4NNUAL REPORT OF LICENSES. NEw OeOJ SEEDS


\ Brteyard! County, State of .Florida.Issued For Fall and Winter Sowing


Y foL10JL'\ by.Tax Collector W. Hall, of Drevard County duplicates of which have Wen filed with the County Judgefor Finest stocks of Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celery and Lettuce, Black, Golden sal

10 the period beginning on tll 'Jlrst day of October' 1898, and ending on. the. first, day of.October, 1809. To be presented to Valentine Wax Beans; Georgia and Florida Rye; Texas and Florida
' the. Grand. Jury for approval at the November term, 18Q9.!
Rust Proof Oats.

J'erlod of Llcen et. aU nth
l 0 LI'1oor dealeR er than Total Total Write for price list.
No of To whom < To for
From when. wjea L. CAMERON.
License .. I tsre' dealeR State. County Seedsman,
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..1V .-y J D Crabb, agent . . selllnl liquor, wines and beer.. .. Oct. 1, 898. Oct. 1, 899. f5OO'r-. ;; ()' i2W 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA;
2 II "/ 50.00 WOO 23 00 .
JDCrabb.agcnt..ruhnlolpooltables(2tab1c$ ( ).. .
3 J P Cooper. . . .. druggist. . . .. . ... . II II II II ,300 300 150 =
4 88 Jones.. ... . . ..merchant. . . . . . II II II II 900 900 450I 'GEORGE MARX. JOHN }[ARX. I
V TE 5 I W J Tucker . . :. selling liquor, wines and beer. .. 14 II U II 100 ,00 250O ;
osley & otlow . . ..8elllolt liquor, wines And beer . 14 II II II 600 000 250
Hr 7. Losley & Motlow . n. running pool table (one table).. II 2500 2lS00 32',0 1W.AH BROS.

LffTOo 8 E L Brady & Bro . . ..merchanu. . . . . . 14 14 II II U 6 00 6 00 3.00 ,
--J 0 I S W Carroll . . merchant . . . . . II II II II II 6 00 6 00 300 Wholesale Dealers In
10 James Pritchard & Son merchants. . . . . . 14 U '1. U 16 00 16 00 7 50
11 .J 8creven . . . ..druggist . . . . . . h u U II II 6 00 6 '00 3 00 GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE,,
12: Oardner Walker . merchants . . . ., .. ." II 14 II II U 3 00 3 00 1'50
IiJ G- FDuren, agent . . merchant . .. . .. : . H II 3 00 3 00 1- 50
11 . . merchant u u II II II 300 150 131 and 133 East Bay Street and 6 and 8 Newnan Street,
BDPyles. . . . ., 300
THE DEWEYCUPIN DISPLAY 15 FV Mun80n . . ..merchant . : . . . ", 4' u' 300 300 150
Its pp Cobb ... . . merchant . . . .. ? "!, ". II 12 00 12 00 000 Snob onvillo: F1.orlCln.
a Admiral Dewey will be presented on 11 Mrs F C Stetson : . ..restaurant, . . .. . . .. ". " 'I 500 r'oo 250
I; ', his return to New York with the largest 18 AJfewis. . . . lawyer.. . . . ... . . u. 1000)( 1000 500 ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE MI?
111 RW Rhodes. . . . merchant..3'; ," U U II 900 900 450 .
loving cup that was ever produced by 20 .J M Sanders. . . . merchant. . . . . . II U II II {9 00 9 00 4 50 -
the silversmith's art. Several hundredmen 21 Oeo \Valtaco... . . ..merchant : . . ;. . ." ". II I 9 00 I 9 00 4 ro We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Pear
have been working on the cup for 22 EDuen. ... . . . merchant. . . . . :',. II ." II U 3 00 300 1 tiU guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want;
cX nearly three months at the works of the 23 oulll Cherry. . . . merchant. .. .. . . .. II II U U 300 300 150H your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
: ECJohnson.. . . . merchant.. . . . . . 'd " 300 300 150
Gotham Manufacturing Company, New .5 SFTravl. . . . . merchant .. . . . . .:;. '" U 900 900 450 MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.
York, and it was completed and formally 2tJ A B Iteed . . . . merchant. . . . .: : ." .. .. 3 00 300 1 50 W- We only Sell to, Dealers.

exhibited last week. The cup has been 27 DKJones . . .. .merchant. . . . . !. .1 II U 300 300 150

built literally of dimes sent In by popular 28 II 1\1 IIBI . . . . merchant . . . ... . : .',. II U 3 00 3 00 1 50
2IJ Dltt.mar & Davis. . . .erchants ... . . . . ." II II U 6 00 6 00 300
r subscription by patriotic Americans at :W Bergman storm. . . merchants . . . :. . ... II II 3 00 3 00 1 50
home and abroad, and will bo six feet In 31 PA UcMlllan. . . rlJeI'ChAnt. . . . . . ".. II U 300 300 150 John B Stetson University
height, or four and one-half inches taller ::12 .J It Leatherman . . merchant . . . . . ." .s .. 300 300 1 50 ,
than the Admiral himself. 3:1: Fee & tstewart. . . merchantsr. . .. : ", II'' 300 3 00 1 50
:Ji Chas D IlroV08t. . . merchant , ,. . . " .1 3 00 3 00 1 50
It Is expected that the total subscriptions :-J.j . . merchant . 1
nenry' Whipple . . . . 3 00 300 50 Demand Florida.For .
will reach something upward of 3U SJ Field. . . . . merchant. . .'. ., .. . . u II II 3 00 3 00 I 50 ,
60,000 dimes. Rich and poor men alike 31 JEdwards&Co..merchants. . :. .. :01. II 300 300 150
r, have contributed only one dime each. 'i8 George N Hatch. . . ? merchant . . . ; . . ", ,', 45 I II II II 1200 1200 600 Both Sexes. Next Scholastic Year Begins
3D {Wethy & {Vaguer. . . merchants. . . .. . . I' II II 3 00 a 00 1 50
The children have had a groat share and 40 SKitching. : . . ... merchant . . : . : . 'i " II 600 (Silo 300 October 3rd. Send for Catalogue;: ,
y many little one has sent a dime who 41 iiodgeonBros . . . merchants. . . .. ... . .i. .I ". II II II 600 600 300 i
will live long to remember the day when 4'i: T ChatTee.. . . . . mercbant. . . . . . " II II 9 00 9 00 4 50 Academic Normal Art and I Music Departments. Large commodious
.. Dowey fought and 'won the battle of 4:1: GM Brown, ageDt. . . merchant. . . . . . II II 3 00 3 00 1 50 College ,
44 LLCarlton... . . . .merchant. . . .'. ? _? : '," ." u II II II 300 300 1 50 Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian water etc., Insuring .
Manila Day. 45 G F Paddison . . . . . . . . II II II 9 00 I 9 00 4 50 heated steam
V This wonderful cup Is ovoid In shape 4a Mrs 0 J F Campbell & Co. merchants. . . . . . " '11 300 300 150 perfect healthfulness ; buildings by throughout ; faculty of 22

with throe handle, a massive three-cor 41 Lars Jorgenson? . . merchant. : . . ; . " 300 3 00 I 50 trained and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue containing full information
,7 nered base, and a dome-shaped cover 48 OT McBride. . . . mel'cbant..f.: . . ." u. II 300 300 150 J. F, FORBES President.
I .to S B Symmes. . . .. merchant. ... : . .. .. . . : " II 300 S 00 150 i i1j0 Address. ,
On the ovoid body there are three panels James Morrow.. . . merchant. . . . : .. " II 3 00 3 00 1 50
representing In relief the battlo of Mantla lil lit L LLambdin . . . hotel ... . . t . II II 10 00 10 OCJ 5 00
., I Cay, the 'admiral's homo in Montpelier 157V J Ne bltt, . . . mercbant. . . . . oj. " II II 3 00 300 I 50 OE.AS.: :SL"'tT' & CO.
6:1V: \V Brothers . merchant . . ,
1 Vt. and the third is a . . .. 3 00 3 00 1 50
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representatlpn Z4 AS Fee. . . . . merchant . . . . . ..; " II II' 300 300 1 50 DEALERS IN -
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of the American people on the tea t5-AYWIIgg&Co.merchants: . . .. . ..'. '.' ". 800 800 300 F1.n.e: Winos: and.: JlilO.-u.ors: :
turn of Dowey to his country at Grant's La GeoECoon..merchant. . . . . . II II 600 600 300 ,

cc; tomb, Now York..' 61 J 0 }<'nnk . . merchant. . . . .,. ... II II 300 300 150b8 417, & 419 W. Bay St.,
DTCrumpler . . mercbant. . . . . . Nov. " 300 300 150
l crowned with
Tho wholo splendid
} cup n 50 MraEJ Ilurnes . . merchant. . . 'f. :. . . Oct. " II 3 00 8 00 1 50 JACKSONVILLE, 'FLA.
F figure of Victory, under her right 00 Chas Lal'tI u6. . . . .mel.chant. . . . . . .. II II II II 3 00 3 00 1 50
''arm holding an excellent portrait of Ad- 01V Montie Delaney. . ; erchant ... . .. .. .. II II II II 3 00 3 00 1 GO '. r +Fu
miral Dewey done in !enamel while in 02 J L Jensen . . . ...hotel .; . . . . ... " :" 10 00 10 00 5 00 ;.. .. t' Bombarding Dewey
+ wreath J3( EC \ . . ." . . . . . .. Nov. '11 279.279 lmI. : With Uncle Sam fa
her left hand she holds aloft a of good things
01 JItMathers. . . . merchant . . . . . Oct. II II 300 300 150 to do when he reaches
l" laurel as If in the act of crowning the 03; F Uobertson. . . . hotel. . . . . . . II 10 00 ,10 00 5 00 c f this preparing side of the pond. There will
victor The handler arc surmounted fill F Robertson . . . .merchant . . . . . II II II ". 3 00 8 00 1 50 be no "extra dry" sauterne claret
with eagles, whose wings are raised In 61 D L Gaulden. .. . . lawyer. . . .. ,. . . ", '! .1 II II 1000 10.00 5 '00 "' Burgundy: or any other that flows
.. token of triumph. 88 JBBeach & Co. . . I' .drugjtlsts.: . . . . . Dec.II I' II 253 253 127 irr in his honor that will be purer,
011 his Kline. . . . merchant . . . .. . . Oc .. ". u II I 9) 00 IJ 00 450O of
,, higher grade, or more exquisite
GeoMUobl.lins. . . .lawyer.. . . . . . . "- ". ,II II u 1000 10 OCJ 500 !; boquet than what will find in
A Frightful lilumler 71 Leavitt & Seaman . pony and dog abow. . . .. . ec. 'I' II II 500 500 250 our superior stock you at all times.
Will 72 r. Dawson. . .'. . :. merchant . . . .. .. . Oct.. II 3 00 300\ 1 50 I a""' u'"' Our-stock. of fine whiskies
hi'rrible Burn wines
often cause a Cut 73 Gleason Dros. . . . merchants. . . .. :. . ... ." ": II 2 25 2125 113 ,.yam. beers unexcelled.
',? Scald or Bruise. Bucklen's Arnica Salvo 76 Al bertBennett.. . ,. . . . .. . II II 278278140 1r and are
t;,) the and best In the heal world It., will Cures kill Old the Sores pain III' Shares. . . .,, .. . .. ., . .. II 2083120831042 Blum's Pure Rye Whiskey, 7 years'old, delivered to any part of the State
f promptly 76 1[ Goldamlth. . . ... lawyer.. . . . . ; . Oct. ". II 10 00 10 00 5 00 express prepaid, for 320.'
Fever Sores Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Corns, 71 .J G Bast . ., . . botel ket'per. . . . . ... " II ]000 ]000 5 00
all Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure on 78 Z Cavender . . . merchant. . . . . . ... II II II II 3 00 3 00 1 1i0
tb earth. Only :25 cts a box. Cure guaran 79 SIIPeck. . . hotel . . ... . . Jan. II 18\!)\ II 1920 1026 963
c teed. Sold by F. S.. Chalice, druggist. 80 SIIPeck . . . . .tosollcigara. .. . . :, . +' It II 375 375; 18S ESTABLISHED 1880.
81 MoUarUahman. . . merchant..t. . .'. . Feb. II II II J ::200 200 100
PERSIAN LIMES.Mr. !j2 MotlarRahman. . . .merchant. . . . . .. t '''II :" II 2 00 2 00 1 00
83 MotiarRahtnan, . . merohant. .-. . . . . II II 200 100 100 :Bond Lumber Co.
t, 84 J J Wblte.. . . . . hotel keeper. . . ..: . :. ..Jan. II II 760 7 501: 75 ,
? E. V. Blackman, of the Florida 85; Gleason Dros . . . hotel keepers .. . . .. Oct II ]898.II "'' 10 00 10 00 5 00 .
]!tY Homoseokcr, has placed upon the desk t)6) 0 T McCarty.. . ... lawyer. . . . . . ; Feb. 8DO. 6 67 6 67 3 S3 Manufacturers of and Dealers in
of the Guide, a few samples of a fruit 87 Proskey . . . . hotel keeper. : . . . .\ Jan. II ]1)) 2G 1926 903 I
which will probably soon grow to bo a 88 SF Travis & Co ; . running trade boat, merchant ; &I ". ". 7 50 7 50 3 75 LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING
t'U LJ Liseoby. . . .. merchant . . . _" . Mch" " I 76 1 76 88 ., ,
i most important factor in the fruit markets \\)0 .. . Oot. 1898. '
) Indian River Drug Co _? drujtglsts. {i. . . 300 300 150
of the world. It Is the Persian lime.It 91 Indian River Drug Co.druggists..r. . . . : Jan. Ison.I' 'i 228 228 1'14 Moulding, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange

grows much larger than the common 02: LTDaniel. . . . .dentist.., . . . . . . Oct. 898.. 1000 1000 500 and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.Saw .
i c Florida lime and Is practically seedless. US' II 0 Eyer. . . ... :. . merchant . .. . . . Jan. 1809. 228 228 114 Planing and Shingle: Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards i ft
1 94 II L1'arker, . ..? .. merchant. . . . . .Oct1808. 300 300 1 50OS DeLand and Titusville. '
The skin is thin smooth and fine It Is : Andrew Gibson . ? restaurant less than 20 persons Apr II BDl. u 2 50 2 50 I 25

'said to contain a much larger percentageof Ut Michael & Co. . . . merchant. . i . . . Oct. 1808. 300 300 150
citric acid than either the common 07 JTPadgett. .. . .. .. m"rchant. . . . . :. II' " II 300 300 I 150
a lime or the lemon. The tree I lit a rapid OS L M HOllers & Co.merchant..June' 1809. II II I 01 1 01 lilJ H. A. HODGES.
99\ !) Wm H Hoesch.. . . merchant. , . . . AliA' 181)1.! 50 1i0 23 ...
grower and comes Into bearing early and 100 Joel lVSwain.. . . merchant. . . . . Oct.II 18D8. II 31111 300 150 MANUFACTURER OF
"' in the section around Miami is perfectly 101 M D T. Dodson . . .. dentist. . . . . . .:. .. " II 10 00 10 00 5 00 and Yellow Pine Lumber
?1. hardy. It is certainly a most valuable 102: HD Holmes. . . . merchant . . . . :" . Aug." 181n. liO 6/1'/ 23 ..Cypress ..
. . . . .Dec. ..
1 acquisition to the list of fruits and will 103 nondLllmberCo..merchant8. .1818. 2/10260125/ ROUGH AND DRESSED.. Orange Box Heads Fruit and Vegetable Crates.
104 W II Spell . . . . merchant. . ... ;, . . . Sept." ISO!). II II n 25 2J 13 in
doubtless become most deservedly popu Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples .or oranges or building
1 any part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. The saw mills are locatedat
I lar. The samples on our desk measures I, D. L. GAtrUE. County Judge or said County do certify that the foregoing Is correct. Given under my hand and Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, 'on the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any
eight Inches circumference. As you official seal of County this 2Vth day of September, A. D. 18D! part of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
cut into them the juice flows out In a D. L. GAULDEN .

r torrent and its flavor is even more dainty County Judge ,

' and delicious that that of the ordinary ...... ------. SAW AND I'LANINGIIILLS.:\ JACKSONVILLE YARD

f lime. Japan has a new lighthouse made of Proclamation of Election, For DlnsteI' Sale. I'nlatka, Via." E. nay gt., Foot of Catherine.

In conversation with Mr. W. N. White bamboo, which Is said to resist the waves The Townof Titusvlllo.
WILSON
CYPRESS
COMPANY
of Covent Garden Market, London, Eng., bettor than any kind of wood. \ UNDER and by virtue of a final decree oft ,
Mr. White said: "The ,man who has i N ELECTION Is hereby ordered to be held a rendered by the lion. Minor 8.
_/\ the Court House on i Monday the 23rd of October Jones Judge of the Circuit Court In and
once become converted to the lime will. Spain's Greatest Need. itw,between the hour of 8 a. m. and for Itrevard County, Florida, on the 8th day of Manufacturers of -
6 m.. to elect i September,183D: In a certain cause In chancery
never go back to the lemon. It has a I Mr. R. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain p.A Mayor.A therein pending in said court wherein Kate
' piquancy all its own. It has all that the spends his winters at Aiken, S. C. Weak Marshall and Collector of Taxes, Frlilc Is complainant and William O. .Krlnk y Cypress Lumber Shingles and'Lath.
A Clerk and Treasurer, as administrator of the estate of Catherine .
lemon has and other charms beside. nerves had caused severe pains in the An Ass.asor of Taxes, Stewart et al.are defendants, I will u special ,
back of his head head. On using Elec- and three Aldermen. master in chancery, sell for cash to the highest
Such a fruit as you describe would lay trio Bitters America's greatest Blood The following: personsare appointed Judges of atyl. best bidder on the A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling aiding, mouldings, shingles

tho foundation for Immense fortunes, and Nerve Remedy, all pain soon left Roohle Election;and t O.Jan f,Goldsmith Thiren C. K.clerk Stewart of election.Ueo. W, FIRST MONDAY IX NOVEMBER, 1890, lath and pickets- always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypres

1 for tho smallncss of the ordinary lime is him lie says this grand medicine is A. BRADY, Mayor. being the Ctb day of said month and a legal mouldings all patterns a specialty.
needs. All Amealca Tltiuville,Sept. 22,1811Executor's\). sales between the hours of
I ono of Its principal drawbacks. what his country day legal sale In When at home
; i knows that It cures liver and kidney front of the court house door in Titusville write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us.
\ I Mr. 1'. Brucato Imported a few hundred Itrevard County, all the followldg describedreal
trouble, purifies the blood, tones up the Notice. (estate to-wit: All the following! land lying -
boxes of a similar fruit from Italy stomach, strengthens the, nerves, puts in llrevard County Florida ro-wlt Comment.
Borne time ago and they commanded vim, vigor and new life into every muscle lag on the west bounds of Dalanoy Avenue at a FOR '$3 ,
stone post, running westerly 114 feet more 20.
la hereby given to all whom It may or
r' high price o'n the market. Mr. Goodsell nerve and organ of the body. If weak, NOTICE that six months from this date 1 less, to a stone post being the Northwest cor. i .
of the Fruit Auction Co. remarked when tired or ailing/, you need it. Every bottle the undersigned will present to Hon. U. L.Oauhlell. ner of a lot heretofore sold to Miss Kate and
guaranteed, only 50 cents. Sold! by F. S. County Judge of Drevard county, Harry Ever, running thence North Twenty feet Sent to us by Express postoffice order or New York Exchange, we will
they were shown to him: "Those would Chalice druggist Florida his final report accounts and vouchers, thence East 114 feet more,or less, to the West send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID
together with bis petition for discharge as executor bounds of Delanoy Avenue thence South twenty .
bring (25: per barrel if placed on the of the last will and testament of Emily feet to the place of bell'lnn nil', and bounded on FOUR FULL
QUARTSOf
: A. Reynolds, deceased. the South by laud of Kate and Harry leer, on
market shall
We
to-day. watch the Notice of Sale of Stock. the East by Delanoy Avenue, and on the North
of those Persian limes with DaUd at Fort Fierce, Florida this 8th day of and West by lands of O. K. Wood. Liable Wood
1 progress virtue June, A. 1) 1809. \ Jits wife and Addle 1\(. Wood and recorded in the Celebrated Seven-Year-old
much interest."-Frultman's Guide. and by of a power of attorney R. S. REYNOLDS, llrevard County Florida March 21st mi\ In
UNDElt made by W. H. If. Oleasou, I will Executor Estate of Emily Book"I; page 150.
offer for sale to the highest and best bidder OEO. M. BOBBINS.Six Calhoun
A Word to Mothers for cash upon the A. Reynolds deceased. Master in Chancery Pure Rye Whiskey
C. T. McCarty, D,;. G..U.JLDIt1i', Solicitor for Complainant
Mothers of children affected with FIRST MONDAY IN OCTOBER Attorney for Executor. Junl64mo
oroup or a severe cold need not hesitate during the legal hours of aale In front of the We chip In PLAIN PACKAGES, no marls to Indicate contents ,which will avoid all k rum
'to administer Chamberlain's Cough Rem Court Home door at Titusville Florida three Notice. ment.) When YOll get It and test It 1 if It III Dot ..tl taetory. return Is at OUR :; and
share of the Stock of the East Coait your p.210 will be cheerfully EXI..b nurtch
Capital Throbbing Headache refunaed. This Whisker I. .. '300 !
That
l edy. It contains no opiate nor narcotic Realty Company of the par value of 100.00 We are close at band anti can, give; you QC1CKER DELIVERY arood than any dl.taD' bouae.. \\e sate
in any form, and may .be given as confidently each and will eiocutu: to the purchaser an.111tnlUelit Would quickly leave you, If you used la hereby given that on the 21st day been dolnJt bllaloMlln this citlot at the same stand for over 18 YEARS, and u to our R";i iPONSIBIUTY >
to the babe as to an adult. The (. of certificate No.M for said itook. NOTICE. A. I) 1900. or as anon thereafter as I AND 1tEPJTATION for honest dealing we refer to merchant: here, or v>
Thousandsof you any
Dr. New Life Tills.
King's I the editor
And at the tame time and place by authority can be beard, I will apply to his Honor D. L. ot this paper .
t treat success that has attended Its use of a power of attorney from Geo. G. Gle* oul sufferers have proved their matchless Gaulden County Judite. of Itrevard County for
in the treatment of colds and croup has will offer for tale to the highest and beat bidder merit for Sick and Nervous a final settlement of mv accounts' and approval SOLOMON & LEVI,
t 1. won for it the approval and praise ItItu for cub fifteen shares of the Capital Stook of They make blood and Ueadaches.1 I of m y distribution of the assets of the Estate of 1928 & 1930 First Avenue,
the same company of the par value of 1100.00 pure H. C. Smith deceased and for my discharge
received throughout the United each, and will execute an assignment of 041. and build up your health. front the administratorship of said estate. P. 0. Box No..33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA'NOTICEW.
States and In many foreign lands. For Ifldtte. No.:34 for said stock to the purchaser. Try them. Only 25o. Honey back if 1v. I. ALLKX.,
by all druggists and medisine; deal- H. A, CUBTM.ROBBIX cured. Sold S. Chaffee drug. Administrator. pay bpreal Charges to EXPRESS fOJf
not F. I aU
sale A QBiHAM by Jensen, Fla Sept.. 8th 11199. ANY," but to points on liD. of other points reached by BOCTHMX .bera
Attoineya 1 sept 33 gist Robblua & Graham Att'ys for Administrator. Southern Express Company transfer to aid urea other Companies Eapreaa Company.we prepay only to point







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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATh, SKPTRMBKU 29, 1899. 2 J JI

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professional Car Ls. BAD MANAGEMENT CORN IN THE SHUCK. ClHIItCIIKS.I'RKSMYTKIUAN : .

= BLOOD -- r
*o& x. noBBI '. WALTER: 8. GRAHAM. me Common ItMmoaa Why Sane E-RU-NA'S 9nm **vr TtlU About Olil Practice EfiSCOPAL cttunciL

Ogo A. GRAHAM, 1'1 .:... Will Sot Hutch. In Crlt: hhll"l {.
Services :2nd and 4th Sunday In each
BOBBINS Some of the poultry people are showlujr A Texas farmer ha\lnff referred to month, at 11 A. 11\. and 7: op. m. Rundayachool

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW bad management that will yield a VICTORY his: prevention of weevil by cribbing every tlnndavat0Ju: a. in. Kvcnlng prayer M
I p. m. on Wedneadaye. Litany enrlc every
com with the whole husk! on ns an
TROUBLES crop of disappointments later on. People rrlday at In a. nt.Archdeacon.
OrridtHounst-From 10 to 12 a. m., buy eggs every year that don't original dlci>vory, mi Alabama correspondent H, F. BROWN, Rector.
and 2 to 4 p. m. Dr s. D. lfrrfmoe, ,
of Homo and Kami repeats --- ----
I batch well. I shall give some of the Columbus. o.
TrrcsviLLB, Brevard Co., Florida r directions as to tho best! mot hods of CHURCH.
CUltlU Ill'B. host common reasons and try to show DRAB Sin: -I feel I
r.0.1101,108. where bad In. If putting away corn lu cribs, which hft fortiori every SnMmth at It a. tn.and 7 JO p.m.
Will practice In all the courts- tat and fed ; management comes likeanewwoman Sunday IIl'hnnl at in a. m, Den W. Seobl .
B, B,..Botanic Blood Balm. i hens are allowed to become fat, a large \\1k' since using your I. says he l''h't't1'IU'M ago from older 8unt., rrur mrftlnir tm Wrilnrnclny evening
7pioal( facilities. for examining and perfecto I per cent of the eggs will not be fertile. ''''' Pe-ru-ns. and wiser heads: at tend 7UM.our The scrvlroo.Kev.tnibllo, are cordially invited to at-

fag land title for Bad Blood Feeding three tines a day of tat producing Your medicines In cribbing\ corn In the fail 1 It I U always ,JOHN

fowls & best to clean out the crib thoroughly ... A.11t'Ot1ES,1'aatorsiIAPTIST
or falling to provide plenty \ \ 'hlUlhelpedmoso
r\K. HOUGIITON'S of exercise In the way of straw or d. 1 \,\ 1, much that I can with broom anti shovel sweep- CHURCH.
lug the wall well to l et rill i of the Infect
leaves for Is bad I
scratching management '- work and never Preachingevery pprond snit fourth Sunday
FLO.\TING.DEYTAL APARTMENTSon TRIAL I BOTTLE FREE feel tired out. When Iflrstbegantouse nests. Then give the walls good morning and earning. I'rayrr Mwtuifrft every
whitewashing. This should bo done In Wpilnpmlay evening at T::1111 o'clork, Sunday
the Running an egg ranch for market Is a your medicine I couldn.ts\Tecp'my own School every Similar atlMAa.: m. Also 1'a..11-
(Denton) different thing for In case the eggs room, run the sewing machine or lift advance of tho haf"t'st.11 the corn U: log "Mlt Rniuluy' atLaorange.Allarecordially
Invited to attend
Now at Palm Beach. Is your blood Impure? Is It thin? are not fertile so much the better. The anything,not even a chair. It even hurt thrown In with the wholo shuck onkt't'p E. N. IIFLL 1'a tor.METII0DiST .

Does your skin feel hot and swollen? high pressure! methods so much In me to ride or walk any distance. Now It well sprinkle) with clean water
-
\ and scatter Halt aloug with the
rL.. GAULDEN! Have you pimples? Eruptions? Srofula vogue are very largely responsible for I can do all this, and I believe more, Soino reeonitneiul (,IWRC'H.Rl'ltlllar .
the poor hatches so often obtained. and never feel the effects of It. I feel sprinkling. persons
I ? brine of tho unit and water II"nll'1I every first, third and fourth
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Eating sores? Itching, burning, Another frequent cause of poor so proud of the way it has brought me making n 8uml".v at It a. in. au.T:'") |I'. 11\. Sunday

eczema? Boils? Scaly eruptions? Skinor hatches Is allowing too many hens to out that I tell it far and near. I can and then sprinkle that. The principle t4ehoofever)' Sunday At 10:.00) a, m. E|>wortn
Will practice In all the Courts of the State Is the same, no matter how tho salt League: earn Sunday" at 3-:1111'. in. l'raer moot-
cockerel. than
one Rather use over tenI heartily recommend your medicine to Inn every Thurnd.iy night at T (00 o'clock. TIle
ot Florida, and the United States Courts. scalp Itch? Catarrh? All rundown ;
? I abundance
and water are applied.( use an Ladle. Aid
would use only eight I mate ten any woman suffering from female dis Society meets etery Wednesday
I.U Box,235. TITUSVILLE both at 3-IHII'. in. \' >ody welcome at church
FLA. Malaria? Aching bones? Have you hens to one cockerel In Plymouth ease. I knofrom experience that of and seldom see u weevil lenrlcea. ) our
Money to Loan.
18 hereditary or contracted blood taint? Rocks and 12 hens to one cockerel In your medicine will do just what you about my crib. Rev. A. n. PENNEY/ Pastor.CATHOMO .

Leghorns with excellent results by giving say It will. I thank you, Doctor, a The shuck la nature's own protectionfor --------. -- -, -
GOLDSMITH Have they resisted medical treatment? the cockerel feed. I him times the germ of life In the corn, and It
extra pick thousand for your treatment. I I CHURCIi.Services .

M. If you have any of the above ;blood up and allow him to eat from the bucket shall recommend your medicine wheJ'oever ban been found etllclent even after the I at 10 a. m. every Sunday, In new

troubles procure a bottle of B. B B. of feed while I am gathering and I go. I know what has done for maturity of the grain. The jacket rovvrHnK : Church InilldlnK, North lltimvllle. ,lIdren'l
,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, marking the eggs from different yards, me and I know it will do the same for Is not only an armor of defense catechism at 31. III.
KKV.
: J. F. O'Ho-i.it'
(Botanic Blood Balm). It acts] directly I he afterward eating with the hens others. I feel that there aro thousandsof against tho attacks of tho mothermoths :, Rector

Titusville, Florida. on the poison and humor in the 'blood!, I when I feed them.If other women who would, after using and borers, but It preserves the -

neutralizes and expels it makes the cockerel Is neglected nnd al- your treatment, as I did, bo thankful. grain from the tilth of ruts. The grain MUNICIPAL..
J. WEBB a permanent lowed reduced In I I treatment. saved this 'way-with shuck and saturated - -
to become vitality, a am so glad got your
F'. cure and heals every sore. B. large per cent of the chicks will not be This month is the first time in my life with null sub water-In not only TOWN COUNCIL.

ATTORNEY B. B. to the that I remember of sweeter amid cleaner for bread purposes Muyort I AdhiMiuir llrndy; aldermen > Jno.
of and
-AT-LAW, goes root the trouble able to get out of the shell many can having my IMxon W. It. Knox, Jmi. n. Walter, D.
the shucks themselves
others after out will not live- menses without pain Why, I can't do ; but are (taulden.K.l L.
Will practice In the Courts of the and cures after all other methods fail. they get IIrn.ln) BHHe nori John Henry
7th \ and valuable food clerk and '. .
Circuit. Taxes paid- for just die from lack of vital energy. anything but recommend Pc-ru-naa- mono palatable its trcamirrr ( K Mrhmlcr: ; maMihaanlI'olh.tflr
non-residents ; :M. S. JOIICK, Jr Tho councl
Even such terrible blood for milk than If saved otherwise
diseases as stand around Miss Emma L. UolJen Wilberforce O. cows
and rents and accounts collected. These are the ones that meets lint Tuoiidny In ouch month.

cancer, eating sores and chronic :rheu- and peep and sleep till they die. The Pe-ru-na. Medicine Co., Colum It Is best also to harvest the corn an

Titusville, Florida.: matism cured The terrible doctrine of heredity Is bus, O.,will mall Dr.II special soon as It Is dry enough to "n vt'. The INDIAN RIVKK
are by using B. B. B. GUARDS.
demonstrated In the feathered tribe as book for women free on application, to longer It remains In the Held exposedto
Blood Balm acts as a fine tonic, building well In tromenonly. rgistssellPe-ru-na. the action of the sun and nlr and I Prill at the Armory, over county ]all,every .
the human the
as family. Tuesday evening In month, at 8 o'clock.
T 0. FRIES, C. E. rain, the IOMH valuable becomes the ..,. '
I up the broken down constitution, stimulates Another prolific cause of bad patchesIs 1C Ml.MS.In.: Captain
1. : using Immature pullets In the breedIng cultivating, and d6 1 If welt too. After shuck. This coveringniso, relaxes on
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land the
appetite, Increases the vital- pen. Many an ambitious breeder, the seeds have ripened In the fall and the ear, and In opening its folds In- HOARD OF THADK.

ity of the blood and the plauts longer needed for vites and harbors the Insects In the
legally surveyed and sub-divided. gives a clear, In order to Increase his business over are no Meet every BI.'OIHI l Wcdnpmlrty night In each

Mapping neatly done: Estimates smooth skin, free!from blotches, bumpsor last year and fill all orders makes the shade cut down now and then one and field This U morn especially tho case month at 8:tin, o'clock In rooum over I'ontolllce.
for mistake of selling his early pullets and see bow the fowls will enjoy the seeds. with the early varieties of corn maturing Judge: M. S. JUIIOB. president) J. M. Dixon

all kinds of engineering works. Disputed pimples. Give B. B. B.ja trial. For using'some In his own yards; that are They are one of the best foods for lay. lu our low southern latitudes. One troanurerj I JO.Haulnecretary.

lines a specialty sale by drug stores everywl erel;tl per too young. We don't like to return Ing hens.-Cor. American( Gardening. great objection to these t.'Irly"arlpUt.8 .

TITUSVILLE Brevard large bottle, C large bottles;lfuIlJ( ) treat alecks and drafts, but we do It every of corn us a Held crop lies In the fact COUNTY OFFICERS.SCHOOL : .
Co.,. FLORIDA. sale GOLD I is of no valuo when health Is that If plnnh'lllloou In the spring' they
Before ever there Is a made
ment) $5.; Trial bottle sent] free to year. in danger. What's of more value l'Pratt.'s mature the grain In July or August HOARD.
the birds for our own yards are selected -
to.dato tablets will break
J. M. nixon
up upa Tltimvlllei It.N.. Andrews
W. ALLEN, sufferers. Write for a bottle) and describe and we wouldn't ship out any of cold In one day, and for constipation and at a time when It Is not always Couoa) 8. 1'. tllblm, Mt lbounte.COUNTY .

GEORGE your troubles (and we will give them for love or money for ''what we and biliousness and all malarial troubles, desirable or convenient to crib, and yet .

need ourselves we cannot afford to it has no equal. By mall prepaid for 25c.; It the grain U left In the Held It U liable

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, free medical advice. (Address, Blood Bell.-Poultry Topics.The Pratt Medicine Co., Station B, Chicago, to destruction by the weevils. It It COMMISSIONERS
Key West I 111. Send for Is .and cribbed with treat J. K. Walker, Titusvllle, chairman Joseph
Florida. Balm Co., 140 Mitchell St., Atlanta, Ga. sample.At gathered n Mendel LnUrangej/ ; J. R. Walker, lltusvllfej,
Will incut of Halt and water there Is little Jno. Houston, KIIII: (lallloi J.N. Waller, Ankonal
practice In the Medicine DnalnVM 11.4.It : .
United States sent all charges prepaid.
Regular sessions are hold flnt Monday In each
of loss from tho
no danger
or
pests,
and State Courts. OjunOS any breeder has been able to buildup month '
-- the Rhode Island College of Agriculture even early In the season.
of bloods
AGENTS iWANTED. For "The Life and a family' grades or pure and Mechanical Arts at Kingston This method of prevention of weevil
Achievements of which have each 15 dozen
Admiral Dewey. the world's given eggs COUNTY OFFICIALS.
E. SMITH, M. D. greatest hero. By Murat Halstead, tho lifelong there Is' but a special course In poultry culture depredation In better, HO I think, than .
the
RALPH ) friend and admirer of the nation's idol. past year no question began on Jan. 9 and continued for four the modern "scientific" In the Minor R. JOI'. .., Tltnsvlllfl, circuit judge; ] D.
Biggest and best book'; over 500 pages, 8x10: he can sell all his'eggs for batching at remedy I.. lauldon, Tltuavlllu, county Judge; MOoldMinlth -
weeks.
PHYSICIAN AND inches nearly 10J pages half-tone Illustrations.Only a fair price. The day Is not far distant application of bisulphide of carbon. It Tlttmvllln, prom-cutlng attorney;
SURGEON. $.110.. Enormous demand. Hip commissions. Nearly applications for enrollment A. A. StewartTItuavtlle, clerk circuit court ,1.
Is attended
certainly not with tho dltll-
the breeder will base F. Woolen, Cooon, tax ball.
Specialist Outfit free. Chance of a lifetime. Write when poultry assessor; 11: W.
In Genito, Urinary and Rectal quick. The Dominion Company 3rd Floor merit head for the course were received, but owing cuI lies and dangers that must bo Tltusvlllo, tax eollect"rtJohn Ilellry,TltuBvtll.,
Caxton Bldtr., Chicago, on yearly production per to limited accommodations the guarded against In the use of tho treasurer: J. II. Hums, Cottrtmiay, superintend,
Diseases. and It will When the eat pulilla Instruction '
bring returns. ) J. O. Krle, Titusvllle,
class had to be kept down to about 20 chemical which If not handled J.r, Urown Tltusvlllo
I'Z7 'Forsyth Street. day comes and a breeder can guarantee ,( properly county surveyor| iherlfl,
In number. Several who could not take
A Four Legged Chick; that hen has produced will kill tho farmer as readily as
every kept
JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA.: The World told the other day how 180 eggs In 305 days and that the male this course enrolled their names' for It will destroy the weevil.In Vandorbllt University, In Tennessee,
proud and happy Is Harry Dencklau of the next one In 1000. at tho Is to have
sprinkling
used for breeding was from equally as my corn cribbing n now dormitory to cost $125-
Plainfleld. who owns a four legged the will sell be It Is a curious fact that even poultry time I use three\ or tour buckets (two' 000. It l Is to be called\ Klsmun Hall, and

DR. C. II. PEETE, chicken. The Importance of four leg. good laying stock eggs raising has been thought worthy of a gallons each) to the two horse wagon named after Mr, Vnndoibill's mother.
the bens red white blue. That this
or ..,....
ged chickens In the economy of the special course Inin agricultural college. I- load, provided the shuck l Is very dry.
Is to come from the
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT. production pure .-Scientific American. How's Tills !
family must be at once appreciated. bred families only demonstrates the If It Is In au already damp condition

568 Cherry Street Suppose there are four In the family fact that breeders are alive to the util- How to Preaerre Silk. little or no water U required. From We offer ono hundred dollars reward

and each wants a "drumstick" when side of the question. It Is possibleto one to two quarts of salt to the load for any cane of catarrh that cannot be
ity Silks and ribbons should never be put
I Macon Ga. chicken Is served at dinner. If four well sprinkled on adds to the value of cured by Hall's Catunh Cure.
combine fine feathers and fine birds,
away In white paper, for It contains
F. J. CIIKNEV its Co.
Props
,
legged chickens become common, there tho shuck.
but the point we would make Is that chloride of lime, which will discolor Toledo O.
will be no need to buy a pair of chickens ,
McL. DANCY the fancy markings so necessary for them. Brown paper should be used for We, the undersigned, have known F.
WM. D. D. L. to get two pairs of legs. Besides, the preservation of the breed will be this work. flow to Spy O. llraliia. J. Cheney for for the last 15 years, and

two of this wonderful chicken's legs placed second to production, just as It .. Having cleaned the brain boll It very believe him perfectly honorable In all

Graduate of Philadelphia College of grow from Its breastbone. So two legs is today with the producing herds, of i '" In the "Ko Surgeon, class 1872. at least are both "dark meat" and to carry out obligations mMe
Perfect operations cattle. This suggests the great Impor : old days" a gravy and set It aside to get cold. any
'
promised. Hazeltlne Block "breast. With such a chicken on the tance of keeping a careful record of I + man's care for flrm.
corner Bay Qut It Into slices, and dip each piece In WEST
table taste be easily satisfied. I & Till/Ax, Wholesale Druggists,
and every can his health
Laura the of was
St. eggs produced, measuring accurately <
JACKSONVILLE FLA. and bread crumbs well seasoned .
This fluffy little chicken has not yet the output. of hen. This marked by thecompleteness egg Toledo, O.
every with dried powdered parsley KINNAN
pepper WALDINO, t7i MAIlVINJ.Whol&*
It Is In health and Its
walked. good .
Is good business for the business hen
of the armor in and salt. Fry In a little butter until sule DriiKKiHtH, Toledo, O.
but the trouble Is the
legs perfect
are
ROBERT McCARREL, man.-Maine Farmer. which he lock brown. The gravy having become cold Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken intern
toes on the fore legs point forward and
1 ed himself up. remove the fat and boll the liquid In a ally, acting directly upon the blood and
the toes on the hind legs point back How to Kill Ponllrjr. mucous surfaces of tho Price
CONTRACTORAND BUILDER ; It was very unhealthy pan without a lid until tho gravy Is reduced system.
ward. As Its toes point In opposite directions how 75c.: bottle. Sold all
It Is difficult to express In words I in to a small quantity. Pour round per by druggists. ,

Churches specialty. Steam stone works it Is probable this youthful to properly kill a fowl by sticking It In those merry tho brains and serve. testimonial free.Hull's .

chicken has not yet determined which the roof of the mouth, which Is required days of jovial Family Pills arc the best.

COKCOUD AND PIUTCHARD STS., way it should walk and the question Is for dressed poultry, hence the Illustration robber barons, --

CHARLESTON agitating Its mind. Is Intended to show where the I to be outside of

So. CA. As The World told, the chicken was the steel case ,

= hatched from a double yolked egg. Mr. I I of knigthood. ,

Dencklau Is now devoting his bright In- steal It was steel every vs. j / 1 l I /

... telligence and his Industrious hens are ) hour of the +l/ pl y

'::. : e-: .'..'. bending all their energies to producingmore day. In our
such eggs and, chickens.-New times a man Tr
irw A big both'
yield of
f York World. needs to be
1 ,ft J prout and satisfaction armed inside

*!&.j w ill result if you plant Another Sure Thing. I rather than cif'J l-

To make hens lay, says a correspondent out. The

:t Y Seeds teed them one day with rough rice, gentle germ is
1 1
like love in that he "laughs at locksmiths -
the next with'charred com the third
." You can't lock him out, but *i
U Th.-y are alwaya the bent. with meal and parched red peppers and you can make it so mighty uncomfortablefor Q slR I 1

1 ntr.6uynonetbut IVrry'n.Hutwtl. the fourth with wheat cracklings and him that he'll be glad to get out and I I i I e I

d l l>y nil dealers. Write for corn. Once or twice a week give them seek some other lodging.The .r.

t U-M.FERRY&CO.DetroltMich. little powdered sulphur. At least oncea a healthy condition of the stomach and .r-- _A'
other of digestion and nutrition. '_- "- f.-:
little Into their organs : '
month put a copperas -q-;; '
watering dish. Provide plenty of coal Health is the true armor against the .....-_-. '"' ,:: -' _. r ,c _
germ. The health of the utomach and
ashes and charcoal dust for them to allied organs is assured to those who use -.

rolll in. and always have a box of gravel Dr Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.

CUBED: with vegetable near by. I Fish are excellent food for It purifies the blood, strengthens the inmate
DROPSY The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one ,
UxmudleH.thousand Have cared poultry largely; Increasing the production point of the! knife should enter, says stomach, nourishes the nerves and gives

klsatlrae called many hopeless. In cause tf. of eggs. They are superior to Poultry Keeper( Illustrator In the illustration new life to the lungs. seventy years of age, who has been in the infirmary for three years,

1..lhllo"l&I.hro-thlrd."r all "ro.vtml remo1" all the producing A is the artery that must be There is no alcohol or other intoxicant and has been Tab.
OA' a. IIud TrK DAYS eatment fri*. nearly patent egg contained in "Gulden Medical Discovcry. a great sufferer from indigestion, taking Ripans
II. GUll" SOJS, box K. AUaDtaOa cut Open the bill and by observing
: foods.
-- -. closely, the artery can be seen. It ." ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he is )
---'- I used ten bottles[Jr. Pierces Golden Med
How to Soften Water. runs across the back of the throat a ical uiiicovrry and several vlaU of bl* I'leaitant never without them. lIe is willing that his name should be used ina

50 YEARS'EXPERIENCE When soft water cannot be obtained little under the ear Insert the. point trouble I'rllel with a year indiiceiitkon avo tilt spring since;", and writes have Mr.had W.no T. testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other personto

fuller's earth or oatmeal will be found of a sharp knife In the mouth and ThonipMon. of Townwiul liroadwuter Co., Mon
make a clean cut across this artery so tana. "Word fail to tell how thankful Sato for try them. A second old gentleman, in the same institution, )
valuable In rendering hard water soft
the relit as I hud cu/fered l to much and It '
For susceptible persons a tepid bran as to sever it at the point Indicated by teemed that the ilurtor could do me no good. eighty-four years of age, has had liver trouble for many years and
1 got down in weight to in ponndn. and wa nut
1 bath Is better than a cold shower one. the X In the Illustration. We are Indebted able to work at nil. Now J weigh nearly 160 aud finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have two
The rubbing of the scaly particles of to Sir. Verne Clisby, Ohio, for can do a day' work on the farm."

the bran cleanses the jskln. while the the Illustration. Dr, Pierce's Pellets cure biliousness. nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer

gluten In It softens and strengthens H i : itkii J-: akitt- from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and new
TRADE MARKS Sunflowers I. the Poultry Yardi. : :
the tissues. The friction also of the 'IIJ Mr o'. wlO/ take the Tabuies and find them useful that they
P so
DESIGNS The large Russian sunflower can be !*" <>' tar i, ousness. They
1' circulation to the bur D .
bran calls the
COPYRIGHT.4c. will "Use;
IMI Anronl; ..nltlnl a iketrh and face. Use a peck of* common bran to a made useful as well as ornamental by Bit sM WJiAUl CO. always have a package in their pockets. The matron also states
i ir.iViLJ911' our opintoafeS weother au planting them In chicken yards. Thereare a. iiiloe, 104 North "'", n, 8kTbouand
II Oatmeal Is she is of and at tlmos suffers with indigestion .
"" ? Probably tmtenUble. Conmmnlc tub of warm water. even that forty-five years age
where little ---- ---- -
yards a -
-
i V.lfollttdeilll"1Handbook! on HalenM many more :
K"it 'r V u6*' for better, as it contains a small amountof ; Paper. 8(1'Marriage aad of and finds that the
tfiainOii I taken 'cency"fouKb )[l.eurlnll'patf'lItl.Sun -u'rtleeive; Is for the skin. bade would be appreciated by the Pu II''f t tn causing pain paroxysms bek&ing,
nutlet without ebaroeinlb. oil. which good bens at the time the plant would be at of advertisers to MICICI to have her
from. Wealthy patron Intruduatloo Tabules are very good indeed and Is perfectly willing
! Scienliiir JlmeriMii. The great success of Chamberlain'sColic their best It started early In pots or 4 formal sod ferional. Ire ward
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In boxes and transplanted In the yard In ad. free to ladlM. Sample copy So. name used In a testimonial,

,,4""handsomely utk'n. "f! any Illnitrated IOItlntlDo Journal.weekl "1 Tjirewt'rreu.. U dr a, the treatment of bowel complaints has clumps of three or four and protected r_ _1. SOCIAL. AMERICAN,T.I'D l OMt. 'W'1'1'0....._ : ... ..,.,.. .... 1ItB... ....... m ... C .

MUNN"r&o CO.3616roadrmy.,IL au d byall New newdealors.York of made the It civilized standard world.over the For greater sale by part all when small by a piece of wire netting Great Dig MiL fmr D Newepappapen le10t S ..ht.a.ysalv..r'Lt5S:1:saE's=t.Z:: j'i{ :: ,- r.r: I

BraDeb dealers.na.r.as The lien will do the fertilizing and and MavulnM seat upon receipt o( lee tor poIjIt.e.j ::
Qatoe. a F Bt, Washington. D. C.y druggists and medicine Toledo Adv, Bureau, 14 $t. CUIr St.,To&.4o, U -----

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-+ INDIAN RIVER ADYOCATE. 4- 27 C74.12 for on charities public works and ; hospitals 293881.; Indian River Real Estate AgencjTITUSVILLE

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$$242,146.01 civil government ; bAKING'

A WBCKLT JOURNAL DEVOTED TO TH. DBTKIfOPKENT $723,281.38 in municipal management
or THIS IXDIAlf HITCH, LAKB FLA.YOU
; $88,914.03 in aid of quarantine .
WORTH Awn BlftOAYM BAT BOTIOKI.
r affairs. When we consider POWDER

4 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY that. notwithstanding the report ABSOLUTELY'PVRE would do well If you have property to sell and want it advertised in this

for July shows an even greater pro paper, free of cost to you and put In the hands of live men, to write at once M

CHARLM H. WALTON Editor &: Proprietor. portionate saving it has been pos Makes the food delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public.
more be made this winter this
sales will probably by Agency.
sible thus far this year to expend J3T- Many Why sot
Discontinuance of Klrtn. must be made per- aoA(."._serrnrs eo,new vow.
half the total In those
nearly one
onally at thin, office or by writing. yours.PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to 1000.
things which make for greater phys* ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.00 per acre.

ical and moral cleanliness, altruistic 120 onequarterI.\ ., river front; one mile north
Check,etc.,may be made payable to CHABLB ADMIRAL DEWEY ARRIVES. THE MORGAN CATTLE CASE. Beautiful tract, acres, and of Eau
and proprietor. endeavors largely neglected GalHe;: first-class for oranges, pineapples vegetables. Price $1,000.
H. publisher
f ALTOS hitherto in Cuba, this showing is ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 60 miles south of Titusville. Will pay l,0oo) this!
Admiral George Dewey arrived off On Tuesday and Wednesday Judge; year and $2,000 next. Price, $7,000.
Address all communication to especially gratifying our national New York at dawn Tuesday, and the Jones heard a motion to dissolve an injunction HAMMOCK LANDS near Titusville from $5 to $25 per acre.

f INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE pride. It is easy, in view of Olympia Is now anchored In American granted the heirs of Ely P. One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2J miles west of Titusville, good for

TrrtTsviLLE. FLORmA. these facts, to understand why waters. Morgan a short while a ago. Major pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $550.00.Grain .
British is into Cuba The first shout of welcome was from the Abrams and U. S. Congressman Spark-
capital pouring
I pilots and crew of a pilot boat, No 7, man appeared for Mr. Morgan, who was =::
U. S. Department of Agriculture for investment, assured as it is of fifteen miles south of Bandy Hook light present himself; U. S. Congressman R. T.A E :8. ::S01TeS.
H stable, honest, and far seeing rule ship. It happened to be Pilot Johu Pet W. Davis, Judge P. A. Van Agnew andJ. v ,

Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. fbr that sadly abused l island. erson's turn, and at 5:30 a. m. he was W. Sears of KIsMmmee, appeared for
put aboard the Olymphla and broughther Mr. Morgan's children.A .
around the Hook Icto the lower bay. few weeks ago the children obtainedan -Hay Feed Flour Grits Meal and
statement -
The following is a and comparative rainfall for the THE HAYTIEN GENERALS. The marine observers along the coast injunction against their father, enjoining ,
of temperature had sighted the Olympia In the first him from selling cattle which he
week ending Tuesday, Kept.: 10_1800. light of the rooming. The shore batteries and his wife sold to the children In 1806 Cotton Seed Meal Hew Garden Seed arriving
Fresh
I 1898-- the
--1800-- revolutions
MiN. In the matter of of Fort Hancock, manned by gunners for $7,000. Mr. Morgan; claims the cat-
f DATE. fAX. 1rIN. MAX. island of Hayti can certainly claima called from breakfast, let loose sev- tle on the ground; that the bill of sale

13 gO 70 82 87 78 74 surplus. We forget sometimesthat enteen guns. The flagship replied with was null and of no effect; the children all the time, .
80 72
i 14
twenty-one and let go her anchors not admitting that no money cnanged hands.
: 15 M 72 82 73 Hayti is not a single country far from where the shamrock Affidavits almost without number were
challenger -
cup kills all kinds of Insects Harmless
Mineral Ash
85 75 for Gray ; to
Agent man
73 the
10 83 but is divided between alleged is moored. presented and filed by the Court. Congressmen or
Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for
70 beast. for
80 Agent quotation
.
84 70 !
17
/ Republic of Hayti and the so-called The Admiral was In his own country ; Sparkman and Davis arguedthe
37 70 Lowest cash prices.
18 after absence of twenty-three matter until 11 o'clock Tuesday
with
00 7. 80 70 Dominican Republic. Hayti again an '
IIi its has its capital at months. The pilot had taken aboard the night, when the Court was adjourneduntil Office: 124 W..Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Total rainfall for the week: 0.31. 950,000 people Sunday papers and a reporter of the Associated the following morning.On .
,$ Departure from normal rainfall for the Port au Prince, and at present it Press was received by the Admiral Wednesday morning the attorneys

week: plus 3.00 Inches. Departure has no revolution on band but in a cabin littered by the illustrated I j representing the parties agreed; to the

from normal rainfall since January 1, there is no telling what will happenby Dewey editions, which together made following : 0-tenths of the cattle in CHAS. N. WELSHANS,
minus 0.82IncheR. hundreds of pages In black and white, dispute to go: to the heirs and 4-tenths to
into
the time this print.
"
C. J. DOHERTY, Observer. gets and in colors all concerning the great go to Mr. Morgan. .
t The Dominican republic with its Admiral, and the preparations made to

350,000 people' has its capital at receive him.Speaking. CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER

: PRESIDENT DIAZ of Mexico, after San Domingo and after the assassination of his arrival the Admiral ''THE MIAMI LIQUOR CASES. ,

, : hie great preparation to pnyn visit of its last president it has said"I: am sorry that I am ahead of the ,Judge Jones rendered his final decis- Agent (for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.

'' to Chicago has been obliged to been going through the process ofa schedule. The Olymphla has been steamIng ion in the Wood's liquor permit applica-

give up the trip on Account of the revolution. I at the uniform rate of ten.knots an tion last Friday. The Judge: stated thatno 2t Write for Samples and Prices.
severe illness of his wife. Tho whole island has had a i hour since we left Gibraltar: Several question as to the constitutionality of
S. i days ago we knew that we would arrive the law of 1899 was presented for him to
_..- frightful history of disorder and 'before Thursday unless we moderatedour Old 'Phone 8. lV\) 13 Hogan Street,
decide and that he would not go into
AFTER receiving his pardon, Cap- revolution, and although It is, nextto speed or went somewhere out of our that question, but he was satisfied there "JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

tain Dreyfus went to Cnrpentras, Cuba, the largest of the West course. Capt. Lamberton Lieutenant l had been! no abuse of their.discretion by
Indies, and is possessed of resources Brumby and I bold a consultation. The the Dade county Commissioners and
where he is rapidly recovering
4 France propriety of running Into Hampton Roadsor that their ruling the applicationmust
that should make it upon .
his health. If he makes a prosperous some other port in the South was stand
all\ and happy, it seems to be driftingfrom spoken of, but we concluded that we & Baker
l' trip to the United States, at The Judge also considered the appli- MeMurray
r / it will not be in tho near future. bad to worse all the time. ought not to touch land first anywhere cation of two of Wood's bartenders for ,
( Both of its ridulous governments except at New York. It was suggestedthat peremptory writs of mandamus to com-

r. we cruise some distance outside pel the Dade County Commissioners to 410 412 414 410 418 Main
are bankrupt, and are practically St Jacksonville, Fla.
'I i 1c' CAPT. Freystetter, one of the New York harbor until Thursday' but grant them liquor permits. It appearedat i .
in the hands of American syndicates
knew that if did that would be
, h : in the behalf of we we we the hearing that representations had :: : 'Unr"tcrs
: principal witnesses would settle The weather -,: EIcndq For :-
i If they only discovered and 'reported. been made to the Commissioners that
,\' Dreyfus has just been promoted to down to business methods,, and looked a little squally and it seemed to these men had been employees of Mr.

be a commander of marine infantry substitute) annual elections for revolutions be better to be Inside the Hook than Wood and inmates of his establishment, Material Vehicles
Wagon Harness
outside. Bicycles
' ; One more step of tho civil and assassinations they But the 'consideration that where, it was avered, murders and robberies ,
really decided us to come into Port was had been committed. This had ,
in that
disown
power to any part might amount to something. As to give Captain Lamberton a chance to not been rebutted and Judge Jones was .
And Svi.i3Lca.rios."KELLY"
e famous Judicial crime., it is, the.y have centainly overdone clean up the ship before our voyage up of the opinion that the commissionershad : .
4i,, the harbor. Captain Lamberton and I not abused their discretion in refus-
disorder Gen. Juan Isidro Jim-
SOLID RUBBER
TIRES put on wheelsat
are proud of the Olympbia and we you
very
the that the
ing permits on ground
HAVING the and ap
by persistence inez who has lately been declared
wanted enough time at our anchorageto plicants were not of good character. short notice.
eloquence of their fervid oratbry president has been credited with rub her down and make her look spick The peremptory writs of mandamus were

t forced the United States into a war the direction of most of the recent and span." refused. James T. Sanders representedthe
that without their The Olympia looks as smart now as a relators and Dr. Graham and Mr.
was waged presence revolutionary work in San Domingo
yacht. The anchors were hardly down Robbins argued for the Commissioners HAMMOND'PACKING CO.
line valiant
the
upon fighting and is said to be a man far before be tails of the crew were washingthe -

Senators Mason and Morgan have, above the average revolutionists.One ship's white sides and touching up (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.)

it is said, now set about declaring effect of these revolutions the stains with paint. THE OSTRICH FARM. OUR SPECIALTIES' :
, with the Islands. i The Admiral's first business was to -
Philippine
the creation of
peace has been to overdo
What course will they persue in officers. The private is a scarce !send the an officer ashore with telegramsfor Van A large number of visitors are now at- "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
Navy Department, Mayor
tracted Ostrich
to the farm, Jacksonville.
the next campaign ? article on the island, but the Gen Wick and General Butterfield, announcing While the large number of ostriches are "Coin Special" canned meats.

I erals abound. A recent traveler tho arrival. He then spent most of the principal attractions to the "zoo." "Cumet" h&I ams a nd b yea' kf:as 4. J-UQ\"UII.,.... "' '''....
.
A RETORT from Manila states that states that his -boots were -blacketl and the morning looking over He newspapers was just I vet tlieie are a large variety of animals, "Calumet" leaf lard.
I receiving: reporters. birds and amphibiants to be seen by the
V the insurgents have captured the by one General at a hotel and his finishing a midday' breakfast when Sir spectators.. The latest addition to the Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .

United States gunboat Urdaneta In baggage was carried by another Thomas LIpton called on him. With curiosities to be seen there are three

the Orani river, on the northwest General to the ship. 'The story is Sir Thomas were other visiting Euglish- beautiful little napu or musk deers, compound lard, sausagesand
i ..
I side of Manila bay, where she was told of still another General who. men.The unoxpqctrxl arrival of the cruiser which arrived Saturday on ,the Algonquin all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
from Java. the smallest
' t, patroling. The United States gun- worked for American capitalists Olympia with Admiral George Dewy for I. specimen of the deer They known are to civiliza

boat Petrel, sent to investigate the and who begged a day or two off a time completely upset the elaborate tion. They are about JUt inches highat

matter, returned and reported that occasionally to go and commandhis plans of the reception' committee. Before the fore ''shoulders, but considerably WILLIAM CLARKE Sanitary Plumber
proceeding further in the arrangements: loss at the with ,
rear
extremely
the Uritancta riddled with bul at review. quarters; .
was army a for the reception in Admiral Dewey's large feet, which terminate in hooks ...
l letsbenched and burned opposite honor it was decided to consult the Ad- which that it is
prove exclusively a mountain Fine Fixtures
the town of Oranl. The crew, con. BUYING LARGE RANCHES. miral. After a hasty meeting in the animal. Gas Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing, Sheet

sisting of one officer and nine men, City Hall, all the members of the sub The pair of otters also attract consid-

have either been killed committee on the reception committeebut erable attention, as does the crocodile, Iron work pumps and drain'pipe bath tubs water closets
captured The Rogers ranch in Beaver county, two, William C. Whitney and Levi and numerous other curiosities. Every ,
Oklahoma and the Childross cattle ranchIn i P. afternoon visited
Morton Tuesday
th Pan Handle of Texas containing the warship and talked over the plans week to the the manager zoo. About adds some the first new of attraction next- and Wash stands. Copper vessels of all descriptions re-tinned

TilE State and the Nation will 200,000() acres, and upon which :!OOOOO with the Admiral. When the programwas i month the work of enlarging the business
:
i get a fair slice of the Vanderbilt cattle are now grazing, has been pur- explained to him, Admiral Dewey office and the erection of a large plume 37 Forsyth St., near Laura St.,

! estates. If it amounts to $100,000- chasod by R. L. Ellison, of Fort Worth, said that it was vary satisfactory and factory on the grounds adjoining the office JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
l Texas for the Swift packing house in-
that he would remain aboard the Olympia
000, and few put it solow: and it will be commenced heretofore the
; teiostln Chicago. Titles to two other
until Friday morning, and then he
ostrich plumes have all been sent to New
I goes to the direct heirs, the United groat ranches are being examined with a would receive the official visit of Mayor
York where made into
they wore
States will get about $2,500,000 and view to purchase by the Swifts.' Only a Van Wick. desired. But In the futnie anything this FOR STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE !

the State of New York about few days aero the Swifts puichnsod the work will be done light at the farm.
O'Koofo ranch In Gaines county, Texas -Do filter drinking water ?
$1,000,000. If there are many col. ) and it is stated you your
containing 18,001) acres, Benedict Pollak'tf Co. Wholesale llouselMosquito
-Take note of the election notice for
lateral the to be
amount CREOSOTE
bequests that Swift Co. and Nelson Morris who USE SHINGLE the town of Titusville 2nd ,
on our
page.
paid may reach $5,000,000. Would has also invested heavily lu ranches Stains-the best known wood preser

that we had a few Vanderbilts residing recently, will raise cattle on a large native THUS C. WATTS & Co., Please mention the ADVOCATE when Netting, made and unmade fine mesh. Netting and Screen
Brevard soul. Jacksonville, Fla. writing advertisers Cloth. Ducks and Georgia Checks and Cottonades. Coats Cotton, in all num-
county. Mr. Good U. Swift is a regular: winter : hers, 41 CtS. per doz. Show Cases. old- or-- new-_" ones. Special attention paid tO
visitor to Palm Beach, whore ho owns a --- correspondence. Traveling men on the road constantly. We only sell to dealers,

"' pineapple plantation.The corporations and hotels. Anything usually kept by storekeepers in our line we
AMERICAN MANAGEMENT. JFNSEN, FLORIDA. have in stock. Liberal terms and liberal treatment.
i
Al Fresco Hotel
South Florida Land and Fruit
BREVARD COUNTY. BENEDICT, POLLAK &. CO.,
Figures just compiled by the Company
32, 34, 30 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE:: FLA.
War department give a most en. We have received the prospectus of J. L. JENSEN, PROPRIETOR --
couraging tone to the financial the South Florida Land and Fruit Com-

problems of Cuba. Already under pany, of Elmira, N. Y., of which E. L. New House; best accommodations on the East" Coast; table first-class and JOHN R. WALKER
convenience and comfort. Hot and cold baths modem ,
the liberal and Bradbury well known In Miami is pres every ; improvements.In
intelligent manage ident. The officers and board of directors the center of the famous Pineapple Section; close to the Inlet; Fish and Furniture
ment of the United States Terms moderate icc parior.]
government are fruit growers of Elmira and Troy. Oysters In abundance. Cream

the total income of the island This is the company which Is to sot out Don't Fall to Stop at Jensen When Visiting Indian Itlvcr.

for the first six months of this year 100 acres of citrus fruits just west of the Millinery, Soda Water

t will exceed all expenditures by tho station at Arch Creek. The plan of the ,

very handsome balance of $1,480- company, which is based it is agreed upon one-acre to furnish holdings to Mo''irn.rc..Orl.S: : : d<=, Fitch.., Dry Goods, (Fount and bottlcs.(

021.02. No doubt, this news will stockholders five years from date of : & Tobacco.

greatly surprise very many, who setting out In full bearing for 1150 per JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, Notions: eI. Cigars

have hardly looked for such a result acre. The incorporntors agree to pay to etc.
owners of stock $200 at the end of five Grocers and Commission Merchants. Confectionery,
from "
a purely "Star ,
army manage. years for each acre of grove if the holder Building. "
"at the old stand. )
ment of affairs ; as too many are does not wish\ to carry his property any 1)EAR 8IUi-We quote you a few prices below, and when In need of the following articles (
apt to imagine that laxity, extravagance )longer./ The Incorporators are men ofgood send u, your ord-r.. We make a specialty of Mall Orders. Give me a call. Polite\ and courteous attention. Mall orders receive prompt

and an absence of business financial standing and are able to PfiICE LIST: and careful attention. Yours for business, JNO. R. WALKER

methods are characteristic of military carry out their contracts to the letter.The Heat Flour, per bbl...........,...,........ 9 ".25 Green Coffee per lb. ................. .. .8. .10
secretary of the company Is FrankS. 14 half bbl..... ................... 2.80 Arlmckle Coffee, per Ib..................f .12'
E methods. As a matter of fact. Miller of Elmira, N. Y.-Miami Metropolis \l .lb. Sack............... ... ".23 Tea her lb..... ............................ ESTABLISHED 1852.cr .
co Grit, >er ..................... 120 Lardcompound, perlb.......... .......,, ..09,6K
this idea is based on a great misconception It Meal co .................... 1.10 l.ard.l.ure.per Ib .,.. ................ .... Oldest Fruit and Produce Commission House In Chicago. .J "
of the truth. U Wheat ................ 1.2I.l 441 Toniatoei,3-ib.can*perdoi .,......... .91)l.oo "
Duringthe .. Corn u .................... 1. Tie l'eacbe..3-lb.cao., perdoi.......... ----
period named the total receipts Work on l'i.blo Kami Commenced. u Oats 1. ........ ............ TableJ'eacbe..3-lb.can..I>erdo.,?....;. 1.50!
Bran '* co .. ............ JM.ttt Corn,9-lb.can .ertleu... ... ........... .90
were $0,982,010.20, and the disbursements Conductor Rogero, of the Pablo Beach co Feed> Meal per ack.. .".. .".....,...... Baked Beans,31b.eans\ perdoi ......... 1,00 T. D. RANDALL & CO.
$5,501,988.28. Of the llrlitht C 8 Meal,per aack....,...... 1.05 Sardine per dos ...... .................. 4.1
railroad reports that a large force of Ideal Fertilizer 200 lbs ................... 3.00 &It.I(>>.ibs..Persack.. ................... .UO ,
< latter sum $1,712,014.20 was ex. hands and a construction train are at Itay. perewt ..................... ;.... .85 Matches, l>er gro*........................ .4*
t work lllllng; In the low places and Ikxit n 8 Kelliea.perlb................... .06 Craeke..loda. per Ib ... ........ ......... ..06,6K coMM:: ::
pended in sanitation, an outlay proparing Ham i>er ID ........................ .10 <'racken.Jemon.J14rlb.........,.......... =ss=oN
such Cuba dreamt of in bed for the widening of the track '< Shsuereperlb\ ................... .aU Gingersnapsperlb.r...?... .06 ,
as
. never from narrow to standard guage. The Uloe per Iii ...........,........._.,,. S&S Octagon Soap>er doi.... ................. 43
It Spanish days; $505,263.06 in the ties are already distributed and the Iron Granulated Sugar,per Ib.................. 6M 1'earllne per oz.......................... 45 Early Yegetables Melons Fruits and Southern Produce
erection or improvement of bar. ready to be placed as soon as the grade Toothpick Tobacco per Ib....,,...:...... .47 1'ataeb her dOlI.. ........,....,............ .45 ,

racks and army quarters ; $413,563. Is completed. It Is expected that the Send ui your order and make ui your oonsl rimanta. We invite corretpondence. Pl.nonpP1cs: : a Spcol.a.11iy.:
work will be completed and trains running MoTIMMOXS & KITCir. Give as reference: The Mercbants' ExP085
19 in establishing and maintainingthe 1% 17, Id, 25 South Ocean St., National Bank of Chicago; Southern
Into
the terminal station Inside Co. Florida Ne'r
a JACKSONVILLE: FLA. i shippers on application. Also state remittance made in
rural of the island
guard ; $250, month rr Spot cash buyer of Hide,Fun Wool and Alligator Skiia. York Excnange, or express money order on which there Is no exchange.




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B. INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 29, 1899. 6

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1 1Is | commonwealth Daytona.-has ran off Its last brief It. visit S. Williams to Rockledge.Uaml.left, Monday, for 1\ .F E'R T I 1 T LIZE I I < R S. .



Irge Wright, cornetist, Is back for School will open on October 2nd, with .
Miss Bullock, of Bartow
ater. as teacher.

ii I I. Jfosely, of Windsor, Fla., hast **.&' Alexander, traveling salesman SPECrAL PRICES
. Halifax house.Inennett for Eddy & Eddy, St. Louis, was In town I ;

) has already thrown away a day or two last week.T. CQ

It taken to his wheel. G. ; -TO- :
Jutches and Ronald Is spending: a few day

Block Is having new floor.id here on his war to Lotus, after a delightful J
Balcom outing at Seabreeze. [i] ilH
the old being pretty well rotted .Finsa.ppls' GrO\ATers.< < (
a R. n- Patterson arrived here from ..

I glad to see that the low spot Chicago, on Monday, glad to get back to
ire the Indian river In r.l
1r the Town building has been spite of the mosquitoes -
Int of :
ZL11 around: ortlllzor: :
nr- Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to
gpillman, who started on a bl. Miss Daisy Hardee left, Tuesday, for Price $26.00.GUARANTEED .

Y trip, has been heard from at Way. time Palm as Beach the guest where of she Mrs.will E.spend II. Dimick some : ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save yon money. : 1I

nee Miss Meta Wilkinson. i Molntnr...:T....:.. to 10 STEAMED BONE RAW BONE, :
council Is having the side : Ammonia. .............. ........ 6 to II. .
e city Miss Dora Breese, who Is summering E-I : E]nat to Sulphate of Ammonl................... 20 to 23 BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE, .
crossings and streets put in order at Johnstown : Available rhoaphorlc Aciil............ B to 6
lie winter season. Pa., writes that she expects FiuaitoBone'hUIIl'bate Lime....................... 11 to 13 DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA :
I to take In the Dewey celebration in PotaohKZO.....:. B to 6 :
Monday next, Mrs. Glenn re-opens New York. Miss Brecse docs not Equal to Sulphate of PoUnh..... ....,... stole SULPHATE AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS
,
I lioderparten on the corner of Pal to return home until about Christmas expect MftneMa, Lime,Boda, eto....... M to 60KiT" :: E-I
; E-I TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES
b and Orange: avenues. time. Write for Special Pamphlet.. ;

M. Moore, of Moore Bros., goes to COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES. :.
I York to make a personal selection -Do you want to buy or sell property I 53T* Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 3I

lick for the winter trade. on Indian River ? If you do, write the i H prices. :
Indian River Real Estate Agency, Titus-
floor Is being placed In thet ville Fla. :
upper Club house, so as to utilize the See page 4. Please Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers.; Send for

B there for various purposes.
Banyan.Our hi Pamphlet. ,
I closes his .
G. Harris photographic

from I Oct. 10th to Nov. 25th: he LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.

Jrs. Harris being In Ohio at thatam school opened last Monday morn- ,

Ing. .

Overstreet, one of the crew of The rains of the past week has produced :Tackson: v111e.", Flor1d.a.: .
Lnshino on her trip north, has aril a new crop of 'skeeter bugs.
I home, and W. W. Carter is expecIhortly. -
Banyan's yacht, the Dream, was In the

citizens of Seabreeze propose to races at Eau Gallic, on Saturday. Melbourne. Roseland. WASHING BLANKETS. P. L. Turbyfill,

rporate. There is much opposition Five schools within a radius of eight .
How It Mar He Done Without eaa.
Ingthe owners of winter homes aboutr miles home of this place will be taught by GOODE A; OOODF.-Rf'al Estate and Loans. Rosnland Is quite Interested the now Ing Tlirni Beach. girls. A cent for Globe and Imperial Fire Innnranro. Special) Inlet, and has done Its full share In pro Blankets nrti the Ideal bed coveringfor
lie rainy weather has checked work Old man Mao has succeeded in getting attention paid to tbe Interests of no,-re.l- curing one. winter, being light warm nml durable
a few bushels of First 1891)'! Bean dents. I have some of the finest horses and
the houses Refugee
liostof new going: and
up, seed which is Mr. and Mrs. F. White are the happy and If washed properly they ilo
that It has 'cleared the carpenters ticle., an exceedingly scarce ar @j .- Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, possessors of a new girl baby, which arrived not full up but retain their soft, lleeoy carriages In this section of the country;

rushing things. the pink paper of the East Coast, will be on the 23th.; look to the last. Double blankets lire I Call and see mo. Reasonable rates.

Jidge Colclough before starting for Flowers for a wedding, In Bahia, were received at the Melbourne Postoulco. Capt. Rice returned, Tuesday evening, too heavy to handle, but should IKS cut

Lia Springs gave permission to the sent over last Monday morning, but your from n several days' trip up the river. In two and! tho cut edges bound or buttonholed I P. L, Turbyfill,
correspondent did not learn who the
I to use his bathing pool, a permls- ; Alex J; Goode came up from Sebastian He was taken In charge by Mr. Moore with con rut- yarn. I If tho old!
I highly appreciated by them. contracting parties were.J. last Monday to visit his parents. who carried him In his launch to the binding Isv0I.1t out. It may bo replacedlu Wayncsyllle, North Carolina.

stock company Is to build a dredget D. Sams and Ranger meandered J. B. Beach, of Palm Beach, was In Ercildouno Plantation the same \vny. Choose bright sun 8Jan

t and lighters to supply us with shell; northward early Sunday morning. Lookout : town Tuesday and Wednesday L. C. Moore and his launch are rendering shiny day for the work, und If gentle
I the probabilities are that we shall Farmer. S. was steering in your direction quite a service to the Inlet. Ho breeze Is blowing HO much tho better. HAN'J MADE
TANKS
lit at a far lower figure than bereto- after loosing some fine trees by Oeo. G. Gleftson and his little daughter, first towed Rice and his mules
,
Capt. The washing: und drying should bo
ants and trying various remedies, bi-sul- Aline, of Eau Gallie, were in town Tues-
In and has been HAND MADE ,
across a lighter going
done quickly possible to Insure
phlde of carbon included; all of which ns nM 1
the Sanchez grant of 104 acres, lying failed. We at last tried pine tar whichwe day.Mrs. back and forth with the Captain ever good results. Almost every one has a HONEY AND SYRUP BARRELS, i
It north of Hill has been Amelia Valentine and Miss Helen since. I
Holly purLed believe has done the business.If' machine and
good washing wringer
As good as the best and ns cheap as tho
!
Valentine of Tillman were in town
by Messrs. {V1'. and F. W. Raul. ,
Mr. Boone and his back again
men are
i and with their nld lire task will not boa choitpest. All warranted
l>n, who propose cutting it up Intose Wednesday. after few absence in Eau Gallie, I
[ you are in search of bargains a days tedious or dllllcult one; Machine! made barrels for sale, but not
lots. ,
The Christian Endeavor social bold where they were-called to unload some
read the ADVOCATE columns carefully. Two persons can work to better advantage warranted
Juite an exciting foot race took place, last Tuesday evening at the residence of lumber. They are in Rnsoland, not In than one. Put n bollerful TOM JOHNSON,
arsday afternoon, in front of the Pa- Rev. E. W. Butler was very enjoyable Sebastaln, as your Sebastian correspondent Pioneer Cooperage, LaGrange: Fla.
water on tho stove and dissolve enough;
ion; Herbert Marsh, who has claimed Eau Gallie. affair had It lately.If "
soap powder In It to make n strong
County Championship, ran against Herbert Conkling, of Tillman, was in
suds. When It is heated! ns hot ns
lard Gill, and was beaten easily.ur town last Saturday saying good-bye to you want good results, you will you FILTER YOUR WATERAND
bear hand In It Into the
> citizens are beginning to return Agent Watts visited Cocoa, Monday, his friends as he left for college at find the ADVOCATE an excellent advertising ran your pour
Ira their northern tours. Among those on a flying trip. Kimberlln Heights, Tenn., on Monday.Our I medium. washing machine nnd put the blanket
In It. Let It remain cloudy-covered to
Jo are once more at home we notice R. A. Ilardeo & Co., have 'sent six public school will open next Mon AVOID DANGER.
-Messrs. Wm. M. Brown and L. A. keep In the heat and! steam 10 or
I. Rogers and family, Mr. and Mrs. F. more boats up here from Sebastian. day with Miss Sue Hopkins as teacher. -- .. ---
I who have been spending 15 minutes then wash the blanket. --- ---------
Brady some
Peek, Dr. Bennett, Mr. George Clark Melbourne is fortunate in having Miss ;
ilMr.Warfield.I Dr. Holmes, of Faustina; was in town, Hopkins again this year, for few are time In. the north, are expected home Your assistant may: prepare the second No Store Hotel Boarding House or Res-
Tuesday and Wednesday ,
visiting patients took In in
Sunday. ,
-Thoy Dewey Day
water Just like the first and have It
more fitted to fill the place and teach all
)Ir. and Mrs. Charles Spaulding leavet at Tropic. New York.
: 1st, for Kansas, to live there per- branches of education. ready to put Into the machine when idence should be without the Anti-
Capt. Bob Hardee came up from Sebastian the first water Is poured out. After It
nently. Mr. Spaulding, who is over -Mr. J. G. Pope foreman of the carpenter ,
to look after his business Germ Water Filter
ee score and ten, has a son in Olathe, interests, Tuesday at this, point. [Send the ADVOCATE an order for any gang, who has been hero for a Is washed In this, fold\ smoothly and I

I well known contractor there, with job printing you need.] month or so, has completed the car shed pass through the wringer with tho rubber !

bom he hopes to spend 'the remainder Capt. McIntyre is becoming quite an and 'water tank, and Is now erecting a l rollers loosely adjusted. Hlnw

'his days. They carry with them the expert fisherman these days. lIe has warehouse for K. L. Brady& Bro, of through two waters, having tho secondone
ill wishes of their many friends. gotten: so he can tell the different kindsof Lotus. this place, just north of the freight do- slightly; tinged with blue If the n

bait. pot The next improvement to the F. blanket Is white. Soft water. shouldbe j jI jj I

[Impure water is the cause of much Mrs. D. S. Bryan and Miss Kate Bryan, J. M. Ennis returned home Friday.C. K. C. Ity., here, will be an engine pit. used and the temperature of the j

kness. Remedy this by getting a fine of Miami, are visiting relatives in town D. Provost had an acre planted In water kept tho same throughout; the !
First of O
Shipment
from run((""
er Claude Walton, Titusville. for a few days, stopping with Mrs. Wm. beans Wednesday. entire procena.
Kitchell.E. 1
Put line out in the sunshineand
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Stewart spent The first shipment of oranges of the a strong
Mf you are about to buy pineappleps F. Hatch returned, last week from : Saturday in Cocoa. season reached Jacksonville\ Tuesday, IIIIIthe/ blanket on It, turning 1 1i
or suckers, read the ads of those the railroad hospitaV, St. Augustine, an.. from' Manatee, bound for Boston. They enough of the edge over the hue to i
. no have them for sale on 8th page. Institution of which. he speaks in the' Vesey Hall and George Carter, of came from the grove of Major Aldcn J. hold It securely Take hold of the cor- i
__ __ praise. ; here Friday
highest Georgiana, stopped Adams, at Manatee, and left Jackson. iierH, und with the help of your assist

Miss Annie Goode, of Melbourne, visited : S. A. Osteen, M. A. Stewart and J. M. vine\ for Savannah, from where they will ant shake It to remove tho wrlnklen. 1,

Georgiana. her Eau Gallie lends last week, i Ennis expect to plant several acres next go to their destination by the Ocean When It IN dry, leave It (folded) undera ,

having been a pleasant guest of Mrs. week. < Steamship line. Thus, Major Adams weight\ a day or two, and It will be .. Water being clear and sparkling Is no
: Wm. Treutler while hero. has the credit of having shipped tho first
Mrs. Carter was calling on Mrs. Page J. R. Ragan, of Banyan, and Roy the ready to line again. proof It Is pure. Well or cistern water J
N Mrs. Ilainlin, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Thomas Barbour, who is now en- Otwell, of Bahia, were here shoppingthis oranges from state. : that Is full of typhoid fever nnd malarial :

Thursday Miss joying an autumn outing at Big Tupper week.A. KHII Awny. Curd of Thank. germs may be perfectly clear. i
Alice Wineberg and J. Lake, Adirondack mountains, will not Is your drinking or cooking water I
Bruner were passengers on the Silf be at Eau Gallie until November 10th. A. Lapham had some very fine or- 'The undersigned desire to tender their muddy or cloudy ? Readily cleanse It :
King, from Cocoa to Georgiana.Mrs. ange trees set out on his place here On Saturday last, Sheriff J. P. Brown, from all earth, sand, Insects or slime
sincere thanks to the of
Miss Susie Glad win,one of Titusville'smost Monday. of this notified Sheriff good people i
Luna; Ilainlin and children came ladies place was by Titusville, who HO kindly aided and assisted Is the water you'use bad smelling or ;
(II from entlmableyoung was a guestat Chllllngwoith, of West Palm Beach, to 1 Is It too much trouble clean
Melbourne, Friday, on a visit to Hotel Granada last C. D. Provost has received some very Mrs. Scilmguoiir during the recent tasting to 1
''father and mother; Mr. and Mrs. O. Friday, taking fine strawberry plants from I!. A. Cockling catch a young man and woman, who Illness of her husband. Such kind deeds out the cistern or well as often as should j
Page. steamer Saturday morning, for Banyan, of 'rilitnan.Several were on the north bound train, en routeto will over bo cherished and remembered bo ? Is the drainage from house, stublo 1
where she will teach school the coming .
married having run from
get away or privy dangerously near watersupply
Mrs. HUH. R. C. :.SutiMGKotm 'l'Itu vllle. your
Maude term. from and ,
Wagner and little Banyan Brantley
claughr. Palm Beach When the train arrived make
\ so us to you anxious ?
A. C. SamiOKouK: Br'kl'n N. Y.
Florence ,
spent a very pleasant afteron attended prayer meeting at W. Bisbeu'sWednesday here Sheriff Brown was on hand and
Capt. E. II. Rico, of Titusville, .was a WM. R. SCUIMOKUUII: Have you had typhoid or malaria In your
,
Monday, with Mrs. Ilainlin and passenger on Tuesday's train, on ills night. soon had his eyes on the couple, HATTIK SCUIMOKOUK, I family lately and realized: that the water
lughter ;Miss
Elsie. way to :Sebastian, where he Is supervising MJS. A. L. Carter and children, of who wets taken in charge Their names -.-- - I used may be responsible for It ?: Then

Mr. F. Vf, Lyman arrived at his winter the opening of the new Inlet. The Georgiana, paid our burg a visit Tuesday -were Miss Melbourne and Ed. Hancock, Japan has established at Yokohama, got a LITTLE BROWN JUG FILTERat

me at this place Saturday. Ills many work Is expected to be completed this I and while here called on our merchant and they seemed very devoted to each an liuptiilal commercial museum, mod. Its low popular price, and you are {
lends are glad to see him looking so week. other. She was sent home the same elud lifter the one In Philadelphia safe It will remove Impurities.
ell for one of his afternoon, but was not very willing to .
age. -- !W-They are cheap, and will
Miss Jennie Miller will open school leave her betrothed. The very
The Sunday School class of Mr. F. W. here next Monday morning, for the regular -Drink pure filtered water and keep placed In jail until Sunday, man when was Mr. Tho "A lvocnte." last a life-time. When writing for Information a

ungon, by special Invitation, spent a term. Miss Miller Is highly spokenof healthy. See those fine filters for sale by Jones, of West Palm Baach came The INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE In on please Inclose stamp All or-
ost delightful evening at his hospita- as an amiable and accomplished young Claude Walton, agent, Titusville. and took him back. The girl was be-up sale ut the following uewH-stamU. at fin does must bo accompanied by cash. I

home in social pleasures and refresheD lady.who will no doubt prove a must desirable lieved to be under ago. Hancock, we cents per copy : For full particulars, apply to the agent, .
instructor. The scholars In this Titusville-Fred S. Chnffee.
Thursday evening.Rev. understand was one of the workmen
on CLAUDE WALTON Titusville Fla.
E. V. school are young and not very numerous, Fort Pierce. the East Coast hotels at the above place.A J. B. Screven. i

Id Blackman came, Saturday, so we know Miss Miller will find her "*. -.------ -- .. .n___.__ __. u _. .___. _____
preached a most excellent sermon school a very pleasant one. f 1'rllow
'Sunday; returning Miami, Monday J. T, Lane Is working In the railroad \ ;
was visiting his daughter, Mrs. Miss Della Kitchell left here, last yard. -
aude Waguer at this week for Punta Rassa, where she will The Monarch of
place Dr. C. P. Platt paid Melbourne a vUlt Major J. A. Enslow, Jr., ,received a Strength ist'
make her home with her stopping
Mrs. parents
D. A, Ramsey and children came last week. cablegram from Key West Sunday morning .
p' from Lotus at Titusvillo a few days en route. bearing the sad! news of the death of
h Silver J King ,and Tuesday the morning, on Miss Kitchell was member of the Avllah Henry Klopp and family moved up to his son, William H. Enslow, which occurred -
I". A, L Bruner and spent day with and will be sadly missed from its pleas- town Tuesday.The in that city Saturday night after a ;
Mr.
Hughes, re- ant little social functions which she so
rning short Illness with the fever that
home Is prevailing LION
rnoon, on the steamer the same much aided.. Her lends regret that she welcomed first norther of the season was there. The sorrow stricken family .

The does not expect to return, and their well gladly Wednesday. Is unable to give full particulars of

V iUfeld lIsses' Mice Wneberg, and Mary wishes go with her. Mrs. Bryan and daughter left for Eau the sod aft fir to the many sympathizing

1"ersat and" Master Carl were pleasant Thedeath Is announced of Capt. H Gallie last week to spend a :ew days friends. They received a message !Saturday ; C'" ......

and A otle Hughes' Mrs.I Cham. E, U'oodhouse, of Brownsville, Texas, of The Masons held a meeting here last stating that the young" man had an
eon. Miss Mrs. Taylor's, Friday after. heart failure, in his 70th year. Mr. Friday; quite a number Intend joining. attack of the fever, and this was fol.
9i Cocoa Alice returned to her home Woodhouse will be remembered as the lowed by another cablegram" Saturday
same! Saturday Corning, on the owner of the schooner Bristol, which be Mr. Kramer la busy setting: out tomato night stating that he was worse; and COFFBEor
:
rebuilt here on Gleasf>n'l ways and re- plants on Mr. Jennings: place on the then came the message Sunday morning,

h The public school at Georgiana opens christened the Olga, taking her with him peninsular. announcing his death.
e first
d a Monday In October, with Miss i to Brownsville, Texas. Deceased was an Conductor Copeland came down Saturday -
Is Dlson! of T'tusvllle' as teacher. old ship owner, having at various times on a visit to his wife, who has not The lint Trip. 6. r .u1JI
patrons of the school met at the I owned 54 vessels He was for some time been very well lately. ( Pl1nm.)

p,,hih.OU8e.Tuesday afternoon, to clean In business at New Orleans. Mr. Oeo. deG. of Canaveral Its strength comes from Its
and The first dance of the season went off Schuyler, purity. It Is all pure coffee
t mhhfT grounds, and to have Last Saturday was an Ideal day for a very well, considering the inclemency of made his first trip between the above freshly roasted and Is sold only In ono-oound sealedpackages.

i meythe eacher order" board boat race, with a strong easterly wind the weather. The music was furnished place and TitUHville on Tuesday. He Eac1l package will make 4O cups. The pack. ;;
i ueurs t Black? arrives. She will blowing, and the boats put up the finest by Mrs. Harbin ann Mr. North. Dancing will make a trip on Tuesday of each age Is sealed at the Mills so that tho aroma Is never
which is a first class race we have seen for a long while. Of was kept up till midnight. week until later In the season. The Erl weakened. It has a delicious flavor. Incomparable

course the Columbia woo, sailed by King, the yacht be is using, Is an auxiliary strength. It Is a I luxury within the reach of all. .
Oeo. Houston and the bhamrock, J. B. Merrfwether brought In a fine and h of for
; plenty
nuf ave fl room passengers Premium List In every package.
You paid your subscription 1 sailed Frank Houston, wasn't load of pumpkins Monday and readily
Nease do by Capt. : and freight. People should take Cut out your Lion's Head and get
10.lVe In It. The Dream, a fine new boat be- disposed of them to the citizens. advantage of this new line and do all In valuable premiums freo. .

longing to P. C. McMillan, of Banyan, their power to make It pay. This Is the not Save I4oo Oo8f | i would esteem the'favor If our sailed by Capt. Jean Klnnlard, came In IRONPHALT ROOFINO-Cheap and nearest and quickest way to get to If I Grocer v* ol. sea,. .utl Wdr.Y rims( w# t t
when writing second. If the wind Is favorable to-mor durable. and your .,1.(. It ea lib Iborv. Uv not .ccti't .
ridV. or calling upon Quickly easily put on. Banana River This will be a popular .ub..tllutn. I'i 1
i. "IMillflrt? to purchase merchandise, row, Saturday, look out 'for another Trios C. WATTS & Co., route for the members of the Canaveral \ WOOUSO.N CPlOIi CO.. .7 i .: ... ...
mention the ADTOCATK. pretty race. Jacksonville Fla. Club this winter. ..,.... ..... ,






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(} INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 29, 1899.EVERY .

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SUCCESSFUL do a great deal to maintain our roadsIn n Florida. Central & Peninsular Ralli

good condition. Narrow tires necessarily -

who raises fruits, wear ruts and cut up the road +

surface. Water and barrow tires work _

vegetables, berries or together to destroy' streets and roads Time Table In Effect June 11, 1899.

knows 01 all kinds whether macadam, dirt or
grain, by experience graveL ny""

'& the importance of having a The value of wide tires as road rollers g .:. tl -Ii

has been strikingly Illustrated In 2 ::i g$ ::i' Raw 1= NORTHER1'i' POL."n'S. ..eA;; t oO :dR t; I'' I
large percentage ofPotash' N. Y. The sr 'C !; .1;
Onondaga county Solvay '" ,rr J'4r4Qt ,.- = = a I680a
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Process company of Geddes in that : 14'tp' Lv Tltnnrille FEO Ar. 3 --'- -

/p, 11411. ...... 820p Lv. St.Aagastine ..,... 30& "
county, were accustomed to hauling ...... 430p ... ... I20a ...... 74.3p Ly..Jacksonville..Ar ...... 1l00a ., ... I
heavy loads of stone for 41% miles from ... ... -20p..... gala ...... 1.lIp Lv..Yulee.. ....Ar 81.. .. .. T nP tlh56op
the To test the wide tire ...... : .... 1131\ ...... 901\p Ar. ..F eman dl n&...L T....... 73na .... 6Mp 7"
quarry. theory ilL ...... 76op ...,.. I030a ...... 9Mp Ar..ETerett..Ar ...... 611Oa.. IIIO:;
. 'rI' they built several wagons having four ...... .. ... ...... liMa ...... ... .. Ar... Brnn.wlck.Ly ...... 113Oa. t 4h
Inch tires the front wheels and six 4 ...... :... 122Tp ...... III10p.Ar..Savannah..Lv ...... 11411& 4n p ..
on ...... ...... 800p! 128/1p ...... 1I119a Lv....Sa Tann.b... .Ar....... b0aa 114a1255p ..'
gNCF \
I' in his fertilizers. If the fertilizer inch tires on the rear wheels and with 4., } ....,. ...... 93:1p 220p ...... 1 bra Ar. Fairfax. 8. ... .......1l00a 630a .....
the axles than the others ...... ... ... 1030p 3Mp ...... 242& '...Denmark.SO ..... 3011a 310a 12 .'
is low. in Potash the rear longer .' ...... .... .... 98/1p ...... 8Ma .AuJttlllta.Ga. It ....... .... .. .121na .'
t too so that the tracks of the rear wheels ...... .:.... ...... 4389... ......436& Coinmbia. S. C. ...... 1247a .... 1\20& ......I
would just lap outside of those made ...... ... .. ..... .. ... .... : "SpartsnburRSC" ...... .1l00p .... I I035x, .. ,
: harvest is sure to be small, and .... ...... :..... .. .... .,..... 140) sheTllle,N. C. ....... 2Mp.... I "".:'
by the others. 'The result of the use ....,............... 840p ...... 9011.. "CharlotteN: C. :: .......1020p .. ... 8t ii ...,.,, I
of inferior quality. of these wagons was to produce a 10 lOp .. Salisbury N,C : ;.;
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bard, smooth compact surface, and .512384.. ..
Our books tell about the proper fertilizers the road, having been filled so as to I. ............. ... ... 6COa ....,. .8211p Richmon ,Va. ..... 1200n ..... .,
: for all and will send them .... ....:. ...... 24.\a' ...... 32l\p Lynchburg Va. ....... 3Mp.. lYM ". ..I.,
1 crops, we gladly raise the middle or "crown" It, is thoroughly ...... ...... ...... 41511a .. .... l128p CbarlottesTllle, ...... 21/11'/ .11"2:1a '" \
free to any farmer drained at the surface and always ...... ...... ..... 7Ma ...... IIOIIP :: Washington :: ... ...I1'111a.. .:::.. 920p: ,.'.,;,
6eavlest ...... ..... ...... 1112a ...,. Ii 25p Baltimore ..,.... 9421\.. : .1
:. QERTUN KALI WORKS. fit for use with the .., .. ...... ......1IJ'I&::' .,,. 2I1foa :: Philadelphia :: ..1.... T20a. : :: 7MI"..
loads. Loads of eight tons are frequently .... ...... .... 203p ...... 6233 ewYork. ...... 12111a '....."111221' .'.''I
; 93 NMMU St., New York.- hauled over them and Instead ...... ...... .. .... 900p... .. 300p "......Boston.....:" ..... !lOOp ....jIlOOa" '.,......)

i of tending to cut up the road serve to 8201\ .... ...... .... 745p Lv .Jacksonville Ar ,..... ...... .... .
Tri-Wcckly Sailings 1030a .. .... ...... ...... 9Mp Ar.... Everett....Lv ..?.. ...... 911'1
roll It harder ,and harder. The superintendent 440p ...... .... ...... 1l00a : .... Atlanta.... :' ...... ...... .... .. 44.
BEST WIDTH OF TIRE reports too, that the Improved T20p ....... ....... ........ 9211a ..Cbattanoo a.. : .. ..... .. III{VIp
.. .... ...... .. .. .. .. : .. tap
condition .of the road has reduced ...... ..... T'JOp .Clnclnnatl. ... .. ...... ..

the cost of hauling the stone BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. "
: RESULT OF A SERIES OF TESTS AND No. 34 makes connection for Brunswick. arriving Brunswick 11:3.1 a. m.
from 80 cents per ton to CO cents, or For New Orleans. trail leaves Jacksonville 11:20 a. m.. with throlllrb sleep,,,
EXPERIMENTS.For 25 per cent. OTTO DORNER, riving leans 7 New:25 Orleans 7:40 a. m. (,..Iy throngh sleeper line Arrives Jacksonvlllo from .!

------ Chairman L.. A. W. Highway Improve- (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) p. m. SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.

All Pnrponcn Tire Six Inches
a ment Committee.IN tfos.35 and 38 Fast Mall, Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville. and the
In Width of Trend Gives the :MontBntlufnctorr Sleeper via A hevllle.1'o ChIt
r' llemilln l.riiKtli of WARM WEATHER.Now The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe .33 and 34 carry through Sleepers Jacksonville and New York In connectfOi
8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman between Jacksonville and Tampa.
Axle Should lie the !Snmv. No.36 carries Cincinnati,Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to
AtlillllI
I. the Time to Look Carefully Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This is brought to Jacksonville by No.37.
Six Inches Is tile width of the the After Your lien. and Young Stock. All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city
office, !202 Hogan Street as well as at the Union depot ticket office.
which will best serve the farmer for Look sharper than for lice. The
ever and Southern LInes.l'
Clyde New England L. A. SHIPMAN, A. O. P. A. F.C. WRIGHT, Dis. Pass. Agt., 202 W B.
all round purpowes. This Is the result cold weather this spring has kept lice A. O. MacDONELL
Gen. rasa.
r of a long Merles of accurate texts and and mites somewhat shady, but they Direct Service Between

experiments made at the Missouri agricultural lire not dead by any means and every
I Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points
t experiment station. The experiments effort should be made to prevent them ,
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extended over n period of from becoming too numerous to men

7 20 months, In all kinds of weather and (Calling at; Charleston, S. C., both ways)
tion.Take .
i on all kinds of roads and farm lands. more pains In keeping everything SEMI-WfeEKLY SAILINGS I : .SouthernRailway

t Director II. J. Waters, who conduct. about the place clean and In a Southbound..................... .. .......... .............. ..... ........from Lewis Wharf, Boston
k' ed the experiments, made It his purpose perfect sanitary condition. Warm Northbound..l.. .. .................. from foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville
to arrive at the exact truth of weather approaching. aud ,the time

the matter and had two wagons spe-, for various summer complaints Is at r .

dally arranged for the tests. They hand. Most of these come from dirt or
St. Johns River Line.
Clyde's
'*re of exactly the same weight, one lice or both. Cleanliness Is necessaryto
Excellent Service Out of Florida.
being fitted with ordinary one-half success and It doesn't cost much ,
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE SANFORD.
AND
i Inch tires, the other with six Inch tires. after one gets started. i

t, Each was loaded with exactly 2,000 Don'$ let the young stuff stop grow- Jacksonville,Palatka, Sanford, Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. NORTH EAST WEST.

'( pounds. ing for a minute. June la the most favorable STEAMER"D. ,

: These wagons were' hauled over all month In the year for giving MUUO1IISON," \

kinds of dirt and gravel roads, both ,the birds a good start and making CAPT. W. A. SHAW.

wet and dry, and over various kinds of them so vigorous that they will endure Leave Jacksonville 6:00 p. m., Tuesdays and Saturdays. THROUGH: PULLMAN DRAWING:BOOM CABS,'THOBOUOHTAMCOACHES '

farm lands, the pull exerted by the the hot weather of late July and August Leave Sanford 6:00 a..m.t&londays< Thursdays. VESTXBUIiED TBAIN9.
1 t barges being carefully measured by without withering up and blow-

tho help of a tractometer. It was Ing away as they are sometimes Inclined .
R yt found that ''tho same power needed to to do.I GenM Passenger and Ticket Office,.204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS..

i1 draw the narrow tired wagon with Its have but little trouble with lice and Through Veattboled Drawing-Room Sleeping Cart between Tampa and Yew T
; 2,000 pound load on a gravel road mites. 1 discovered long ago that the W. H. WAIU5URTON. T. P. A., t FM.IRONl\IONGER.JR.; Fla.Pass At.; via Jacksonville, Savannah and Columbia, without change.
y 5 Howling Green,New York.. r 204 West Hay St.,Jacksonville Fla.
would have pulled a load of 2,482 best time to kill these little pests Is Just C. P. LOVELL, Asst.Fla. Supt.. j JOHN. L. HOWARD, Superintendent. "
{ pounds( on the wide tired wagon. The before they make their appearance. It Jacksonville, Fla. | Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. UNITED STATES FAST MAIL. .
THEO. O. KGKIt, T. 31., 5 Bowling Green, New York.
name power required to draw the 2,000 is not necessary to take elaborate precautions Pullman Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeping Can between JacbonTWudN."t
AVM. P LYDE & CO., General A Kenti, via Savannah and Columbia -
E ,pound load on narrow tires over dirt to keep them In subjection. S Bowling Green,New York, 12 So. Delaware Ave., Philadelphia.

and gravel roads when these were dry Kerosene applied to the perches once a
Embracing Lynchburg Charlottesrllle,
and hard was found sufficient to drawa week will usually hold them In check.

2,530 pound load on the wide tired It there are many English sparrows Washington, Baltimore and Philidelphl

I ,'t wagon under the same conditions, and around. It Is a hopeless tank to try to Florida East Coast Ry. Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping. Car to Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga

it was shown that when these roads keep the premises entirely clear of U. .

were deep with mud, but partly dried mites.. but the kerosene treatment will Through
TIME TABLE NO. 21, IN EFFECT SEPT. 10. 1899. Pullman Sleeping Cars to
at the surface by a few hours' sun, the keep them from becoming very harm

a" name power required to draw the 2,000 ful. It dry road dust air slaked limeor SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Bead Up). Cincinnati. via Columbia and Asheville, Through t!

pound load over them on the narrow coal ashes are kept under the perches -

tires would pull a load.of 3,200 pounds lice and mites will not flourish as ally No Dan; STA.TIONS. No Dal11'Ex.78 pUS: .. .7 "LAND OF THE SKY.

on the wldo tires. they will If no' dust Is about the place. 1tx.\1 aft -... "
L..ve........................ JackllOn'l'ille ..................,......Arrive '1 SOp 10 Gw Dally Limited Trains For Cincinnati Via Ev.r.tt.
Director Waters states that the con. Arrange your poultry house so the 10 00a rrive....................... 8t.Auguatine ......................Le.Te 8Up:.! 1145a
ditions under which the narrow tires perches do not touch the walls at anyplace 1111P 108 a Leave....................... 8t. Augustine .......................Arrive 815p O4Oa
1J lOa .................. ........ H&JItinfl' .... .. ....................Leave 89p 904& For 4.tlld Information
offer the wide and It will much trouble aa to rates, schedules, erratl. eta, ap17
an advantage over ones save as iI66 a Arrive. ..... ... ... ..... ... .... Pal tk. ... .. . .. .. .: .. ...Leave .. OplAoavlI any agent of the BODTHIRM RAILWAY or lu ooanectioua.B. sleeping. oar re iu
are "unusual and of short duration"and tills confines the mites to the perches fTP ...... ....... ... .. Palatka. .. ... .. .. .... .. .. .....Arrive 84 1

that "through a majority of daysIn where they can easily be got at. For SY8tD'' !. ..Arrive.......... .. .. ...... .... Nan\ }[ateo .. .. ........... ... i.
tho year and at times when the dirt the big lice I have found nothing superior .........100ft lave..... ..... .... .. ...... fI.n M.teo. .. ..... .. ...... ........ .78 :::::: W. HUNT, Florida Pass. Agt, 212 West Bay Street, JackaonTlll, PI*

of ; roads are most used and when their to fresh Persian Insect powder. Go KP IT1iii Ltlave.. ....................... Jtailt Pal.tka ...............,........Leave. r j:; 8f 1. M. GULP W. A. TURK S H. HARD WiO
Is the broad tired Into the house the fowls 411p 126tlp .................._....... Ormond ........................... 8 47p 713af .
use most Imperative after are Mp l08p ............. ............Daytona ........ ................ 8 SI1p 7 01a896p Trame Manager Oen. Pass Agt., Aait Gem ft* Art,
wagon will pull materially lighter than asleep and dust them well with the 11811 .". ................ .......Portlr.nge.... ........... .. .... 82t1p 861. Washington, D. (J. WaaUington D. O. AUanU,0
narl'ow IMp 168p ....................... New Btn7rna ..................,..... 806p 81Ja161p April .
the tired wagon"IIe powder, or It they are very had take 221/P ......................... Oak Hill. ...... .................. E7lp II os.IlIIUp 10,, 1899.MALLORY
states that "a large number: of the I birds separately and. holding them 80Up ......................... Tituaville .......................... 145p 6b .
... 8 Sop .........................Chy Point ......................... ......
tests on meadows, pastures, stubble up I by the logs dust down Into the .::... 8811p ............................ Cocoa ... ....................... 115p........
t, land, corn ,ground and plowed ground feathers' with a common powder gun. ...... 841p ......................... RO<'klftdge ::....................... ...._
........................ Eau ....... 64
condition and ... 12V lia.llie ................ 12311p ...... STEAMSHIP LINE.
i, lu every from dry; hard There Is no better disinfectant than ...... 421p ......................... Melbourne ......................... 12 :Up ..,.... ;
ti tlrni to very wet and soft, show without bright sunshine. Open the poultry ...... 487p ", ..:............:.......... HOlleland......................... .. 114t!& ......
...... 60lp .i .......................... fI"ba.tlan .......................... 1143& ...... .
11 a single exception a large difference IOUSQ during the day as much as possible ...... 662p "........................ St. J.uc1e .......................... 106 a ...... Florida New York
s In draft In favor of the broad and get all the direct sunshine Into ...... 1Il/lp/ ".. .................. ...... Fort Pierce........................ N toss. ...... ,
8..1p ............ .......... ......Ed.n .... ........................ 10066 .. Philadelphia and Bosto
tlw. This elllTl'l'euce'1'I\ug(1 from 17 It that you.. possibly can Whitewash y ytu, .. .............. ..... ..
lIje 8411p .... .Jensen. ....... .................. loooa 00 York.
to 120 per cent. As a result of allexperiments Is a great destroyer of odors and lOCIlip: ( .............. ........... 8tuari .... ....................... II OI208 From Brunswick (direct), to New
4 conducted ho 4'It : for ally 726p ". ........................ Robe Hound ........................ .. 919& Daily PASSENGER SERVICE.
says, appears a coat of this will sweeten the air xTulip! ...................u... 'V.lIt Jupiter ........................ 807a Ex.a '"1 I ,
that six Inches\ the best widthof lays. Road dust absorbs noxious gases 818p .. .............. .......'VeRt Palm Beach................., 888a11"up! ; To make connections s with steamers, leave Jacksonon
tire for a combination farm and and kills off odors and Is 124a 85&p& .. .................. ..... ... Bo aton........ ... ...,.. ....".. .. 8U11 1000p 1 Thursdays at 8M:! a. m., via Fernandina and "Govp w(
a prettY'goodthlug 14P" $4p 'S ............ ......... 1)elray: ........ .....:...... ., 757$106tp02a i, (Cumberland Route). Arrive Brunswick B:JO) '
road wagon and that both axles should to have around the poultry house. 987p ". ...................... Fort Lauderdalo...................... 707a 745p14a route. Or, via all rail leaving;Jacksonville 4M:: p- >' '
bo the that the front 1020p ........ .... ......... Lemon City.......... ............ 624a 666pbIlamt. .'11; P.), via Everett and Southern R'y. Arrive UrunuwlcKp.
same length, so It you cannot get dust, use dry garden ........ .... ..... ... .. .. aboard steamer.
II "fIa,10 8';" Arrive., .... ..... ....."........... aiit a b8U), m. Passengers on arrival go directly
4.. and hind wheels will run In the same soil sprinkling It o\'er'the floor every
UE'I'W"I: -aw SUYHSA ANY OUAM.i (;1l'JUN'l'IOY..
track." day, and when It Is an Inch or so deep PROPOSED SAILINGS
o.9 Nil. 1 STATIONS. 0.1! No.

Other experiments 'have shown that haul It out to the garden with the drop- .8 Ollpl\1lllaLv.\ ........ ... ..,......Now Smyrna. ,...,...................Ar 1' 6.'ip pS Lv.. New York, Pier 21 E. B., 3:00p. in., (Standard Time.) Lv arose

mid loss power Is required to hauls plugs that are In It, and It will bo 611)) 1121& ........................... Lakll Helen .................. .........Lv 1l10p: 44upop Friday, July 28... ..... .. ............COLORADO. ...... ... .... ..... Frl feMded If It be provided with .. 11l11la: ....................... Orange Oity............................ to: llUOu: 424p: ; .. .... .. 'Friday,
s wagon worth all the work you have done to .. .. .................... .. llli66 Friday, Aug. 4 .... .... .. ..... ., RIO GRANDE......... .. .. .
.. .. .. etc.Junotion. 41bp
wMo tlreu. One of these 'tests 105\ 1145.iAr. .Or.ngo Friday 11.. ........... ... .. ..,,,..COLORADO ...... .. .... .... .... .Friday.Friday .
'. was ret It Into and out of the poultry house. All train. tmlwet-u New Smyrna and I range City Junet 011 Dally except Sunday. 18... ... .. ... ..... ..... .RIO GRANDE...,.. .. .... .. .... ... ..'ril.la' >'.. ,
; mdo by the officers of tho United lens do not care whether their houses JIKTWKHN rirUSVILIjK: AXL ANKOUI Friday, !2b COLORADO Friday.For ,

States department of agriculture at clean of not but tho owner will consult Information railroad agent or to
No.H 1 b'1'ATlO\8. No.13f general ,steamers, trains rates, etc., apply to any ,

the AHn ntn,cxpos1Uon in 1803. Two his own Interests by keeping the Wa Lv..............................."Tltu vIUe..................... ...............Ar p BASIL GILL, S. A., 220 W. Way St.JacksonviH.
wagons, both weighing ojlko) with their premises as clean as possible, especialy 7 11:1&1: I .......................................:>P.Uroll.......................................Lv 11'p H.RAYMOND, General Southern Brunswick, Ga.
: "n.......u..nn.nu..........Otlteen...........................u......... 11ft7a850x1 Agent,
loads, were drawn over a wet piece or during the hot months: of the year,- .. ;...................................En terprls8.................................... 11 Bta C. K.MALLORY,General Agent, Pier 20, :E. River, and 389 Broadway N. Y. ,
clay road, ono wagon having two Inch Miller I'urvls In Atnerlcau Poultry ..,........................ Enterprise Junction.............................. 11lloo.r. 8
.. .. .. .. . .. ... ..\: .... . :... .. .......... ........... 1l (X)*
with four Inch tiresand
tires, the other Journal.
All trains Wtwi-nn T inmvlllo and :Sanford Daily exoopt Sun Iny.I ._
with tho rear wheels farther apartthan

tho front wheels, so us not to run A !.>+r ..("k1..: KEY I WEST AND HAVANA. pLANT gYSTEM.

In the same track. It was found by Many C1ll1'1or so railed cholera are

k' the use of tho tructometer that twice simply a form of acute Indigestion the TUu gK>uiut r* of the Florida East Coast Mvnmshlp Company are appointed to !null aa follow

ns much pull was required to haul the result of a monotonous and never STEAMSHIP 000040.SOUTlIllOUND. .

two Inch tired wagon as was required varied grain diet and a lack of grit and

for tho other That part of the road exercise.Indiana harmer If you are going anywhere, whether It be to the
Leave Miami Sundays And Wednesdays; Arrive Key West Mondays and Thursdays -
traversed by tho narrow tired wagon The struggle for the leadership In Leave Kty Went Momluy and Thursdays; Arrive llavaua Tuesdays lUll! North South
was cut nud rutted to a depth of several Maine promises' to be between the Barred 1'r.d's., East, West,

Inches while tile tires of tho oth- I'lymouth Hocks 1'111''blte Wyan- NORTHBOUND.ITnvHnii .

er wagon had rolled tho road Into a dottes. Go ahead boys. You cannot Leave Tuesdays and FrIdays: Arrive Key West Tuesdays and Fridays. Northwest or SouthweRemember

smooth and hard surface. have too many of either of these de Leave Key 1Ve.t Tuts'lays' lAud r'ridnjn, Arrive Mlauil Wednesdays and Saturdaya.
Experiments mado at the agricultural r\'t.UYllopulllr breeds-Maine Farmer !Departures from Miami will be matte boon aa possible after arrival of train 33 that the PLANT SYSTEM of Railways and Steamship Lilies

experiment station In Utah have -on sailing/ days.lhuae'1'nne' gateways at Port Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville, Charleston, ilongomery, T': .
T a blea .how the Hint*.* at which train and boat maybe xiuotod to arrive unit '
demonstrated that 11'h Inch tired Mrs. Klrby of Bridgeport, N. J., depart from the several stations and port., but their arrival or departure at the 'Uwes.i"led and various other points, with Its all the year round DOUBLE DAILY SE-

wagon drew about 40 per cent heavier cracked! the shell of one of the eggs t is not guaranteed arising therefrom., nor doe the Company hold iuelf re.pow dbl. for any dulay or aucsnKoquonoon /' I is the best route, and that all Information can be obtained promptly by 'l'ireiv

than one with three Inch tires and she was putting to batch under a hen For copy of local time card call at&M VTe"t Bay Street: Jaoknouvllle, or addre or calling on

weighing with Its load the same as but she It with adhesive J.P. BEC Wl'1'H. Traffic Manager J. D. BAUNCK, A. G. P. A.8t. .
patched pias ,. ..
tin. F. M. Atfcot
Jolly :
the other, At the Ohio State university -.. Division Passenger .
ter and let It go with the others. It -- -._- _.. -"'--..r. ----- --- -- f! '
it was shown that} a wagon with hatched out the biggest chick In the 138 West Bay St., Astor Block, JacksonvilleB.

three inch tires' and loaded with 4,480 lot. W. /T6nn l>a88enSer Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.
pounds could easily bo hauled by two JOB PRINTINGOF : ,
Much glass U not desirable In a poultry -
horses over an ordinary dirt road in I -
house, but may do for a scratching ,
good condition and with a hard surface
shed. For the house It Is too heating ALL KINDS
while with a narrow tire half as The
ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing.
In summer and for the winter It Is apt
much was a full load tor a double ,
to give too great extremes of beat by Executed at theADVOCATE M '

team. day and cold by eight unless there U = Snit the lit
The general! use of wide tires would\ double sash wltb air apace between. PRINTING OFFICE. ._ (gf Prices to

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I HOTELS: 111-tile.) enr-round. Tltusvlllo Boarding Houses. QUESTIONS-ANSWIKKI


Yea, August Flower still has the largest
TI .USVJLLE.: MRS. DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE, TITOSVULK, FLA. sole of any medicine In the civilized
world. Your mothers and grandmothers
Board and room, 1.00 per day. When In need of white or rye Bread, pies, never thought of using anything else for
N fakes, ete., go to Mrs.\ Delsner's City Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses, Indigestion\ or liillionsness. Doctorswere
RIVER 23OTEL hotels and families supplied.' N*. SOOv-A Letter F.ul*. scarce, and they seldom heard of
Double I and single M Appendicitis, Nervous Prostration or
TITUSVILLE, A. N,0andF, Heart failure, etc They used August
BOUKNIGHT'S' BOARDING HOUSE 'l'lTUSVII.LE, Xm a hero true and bun. flower to clean out the system and stop
INDIAN RIVER, Known: to yon and m*. fermentation undigested food,regulatethe

: FLORIDA. Good, airy and comfortable rooms. Boartl.and room, One Dollar per day. Ho. .Ot.-Pictured llonrgt*.. action of the liver stimulate the
Special rates by week or month. nervous and organic action of the system -
r.. BOUKXIQUT, Proprietor.. : and that Is all they took when feeling *
s dull and bad with headaches and
r t J. G. DAST, Proprietor. ? other aches. You only need a few dosesof

Green's August Flower, In liquid( formto
y NIC AaEND'SDEPOT: make you satisfied there' Is nothing
LL The hotel front on the icrloti the matter with you. Sample
wide sweep of bay(7 miles jollies at J. 1'. Cooper's drug !store at
in width), formed by the FOR ..DWL'tl'[ 7f A LETTER IN Joooa, and F. S. ChafTeo's drug store at

.. Indian River, making It a t1. __ Tltusvllle, 101a.Remember .
delightful summer re Rochester Beer JJ\Im:1\ )< : }, m .
sort. Constant cool Bartholomay's that tho INDIAN IttvitRADVOCATK
,a breezes from tho sea and does all kinds of job printingat
bay Flowing short notice. Send them an order
+N springs. Special summer Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. and be convinced that It Is the place to

rates. MERCHANTS LUNCH 12 to 2 P. M. 2o CENTS. have job printing done.

130 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Florida.
A Night of iTcrror.

r Hendcrsonvillc, N. C. "Awful anxiety was felt for the widowof
the brave Gen. liurnham, of Mnchlas,
Tfo. 2in.-A Queer rro'bI.m.A I. [ I Mo., when the doctors said she could not
THE PEKIN DUCK: carpenter made a door. live till morning," writes Mrs. S. II. Lincoln
1LLCOTE nENDEnSO lIe made It. too big. lie cut It and cut who attendedCT\ that fearful
VI.LE. X. C. It reads All VarletlM HUtory of It too little. lie cut It again and madeIt The central letters of the words pictured night. "All thought she must soon die

Their Importation From China. .just right How can this- bet when the words are rightly guessed hone Pneumonia but she begged:for Dr.

First-class accommodation for a limited number of guests in Most farmers have a prejudice and placed one below another In the King's New Discovery, saying It had
a country .
house, two and a half miles from town; good driving, exceedingly healthy, against waterfowl especially ducks. No. UfA 1\.1111. order numbered, will spell the name of a mono than once saved her life, and had
and beautiful scenery. Address. They tolerate geese because those birds well known college.-New York Herald.No. cured her of consumption. After three
small doges she slept easily all night; and
II. C. the
STOKES, forage and live on grass during "
2OJ.: I>onl>le Arroctle. Its further use completely cured her
\ Uendersonville, X. C. summer after the goslings are started.
[tw'ord.of four letter] This. marvelous medicine guaranteed to
Ducks will not thrive under neglect Till the rtiMAtu and the mast.. cure all Throat, Chest and Lung Diseas
They are prone to wander and get lost And two poet you will And, es. Only Mo and .I. Trial bottles free
JACKSONVILLE.rrltt's In swamps or brooks. They have a Whose wraith ft tender mw' at F. S. ChafTcc's. drug store.
foolish way of dropping their eggs In I \ wclli In vtrjrbody'c mind.

the water and of following a brook Into I Inelgllbol'lng The father of the neat
farms unless they have Made hi* younger daughter wilt FREECONSULTATION
Hotel Rathburn OLD. Till hi* elder one wII'I".rrl..d.
l LTON. suitable quarters and receive regular Though the suitor tarried tat*.
attention. It Is a good deal of troubleto
.. bosom bran
It
!
CKCOND
on
look after them. of with'our'home treatment Wo are
A multitude orift
FRONTING ST. JOHHS RIVER. A. half starved duck will dispose of From a grist and stately steamer physicians, and you get tho benefitof '
a large.quantity of corn at a single To a rough and tumble raft. our experience' No matter what
Street cars for both A., V. & W. Ry. and Terminal Stations feeding apparently remembering the .
pass Twa at the THIRD and roi'imt trouble Is how how
simple or
your
the door. Family Hotel home comforts
elevator and steam past and anticipating the future. The When the dew dried on the ground
heat. Will open November 1st, 1899.! American plan........... careless farmer will have none of this /> That the iHraelltliih children hopeless, we can do you good, andIf
RRITT'S HOTEL PLACIDE, Main St. After Nov 1,1899. Found manna all around. we can't wo will honestly tell youso.

European-- Plan only. \ V\\ jlfll/JJ.I, A small town I In, Michigan and an important When the rirrn Apollo swept Thousands of.tlrcd, weary, sick

eastern city. With his long and ilendrr finger\ and liopelcsK people have been entirely

he Travelers' HotelNew 1 \ \ // No. 218.; -Tvrentr Tree. The,tie music memory he wt itlll ringing linger round. and permanently cured by

L Whtt'i the most level tree that II'roWl' '
Maas ..meat.s. a *S "/ S. WWch one will tell all that It knows Though the colon) may b* ruby COMPOUND
I. Which one It It tbtt'i made of done A* you let the wine cup pan,
N. F. GARCIA Proprietress. '. Which older than moat others grown? The iimt. I* always Unerring OXYGEN
ft. Which one will always languish and ilbf In the bottom of the glut .
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. 8. Which one on land do you never spy? Why not tako heart again and Investigate +
?. Which only after a Ire U found No. 20.1.-A Problem.
8. Which round the lady' neck It nfundfB. I met a man driving sheep. Bald It this great principle. We have

Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. Which hut been oft In bottles kept "Good morning! How are you and your thousands of testimonials. Send for

THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA." ))1\ 11.10. Which Which one tree the li never grassy beautiful Heidi hi leapt? 20 sheep?" Bald he: "I have not 20 book on homo treatment' wonderfulcures

12. Which from the MOa with a hook can you pulll beep but It I had as tunny again and to tho sick etc. free.
,
, Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the T velers.nTEL 13. Which U the neate tree In the land half as many and 2Vd I would) have 20
14. And which do you carry In your hand sheep." IIow many sheep did he have
15. Of what trees are there only two' DRS. STARKEY & PALEN
OXFORD 'JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 18. Which will carry your olothoi for you' No. 2O4.-What I* It t ,
17. Which one In every une'a mouth muat be, 1. It Is close, large, four wheeled car-
Opposite St. James Hotel. 13. And which grow neared to the Mat a 1112 Girnnl St., 1'lilla.> Pa.
clare, "used for purposes of state, for
will .
Whlck one on rropi a war wagegto.
W your
Convenient to all parts of, the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and And which hat been worn on a pilgrimage? pleasure, for traveling." Ot IT fob 000Virginia
homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant .r R 2. It a "an apartment In a largo shipof .
stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when in Jack- No. 21ft.-Trim i>o.ltlon. war, near tho stern."
sonville. Lookout on a fine night and behold a 8. It "ca rlel the mails."
MRS. M. 0. FINLEY, Propr. beautiful bright object. Transpose, the 4. It Is "a special tutor who" audits In Homes

K..J. Ie [ letters, and you will see some small re- preparing for examinations!
pulsive creatures; transpose again, and
PABLO BEACH No. 2OS. A Useful Bird -
some brave defenders of your country
A PAIR OF PEKllcasort
will appear before you; transpose again, The bird that "raise and lowers heavy You learn all about Virginia Lands
duck has
of stock. But the a great ,
and while holding them suspended -
weights
,
and will\ find some valuable, useful or
many qualities to commend it to the ornamental you branches of knowledge.No. transports them through a limit. Its resources, products, mode of cul

[otel Pablo PABLO-BY-THE-SEA, FLA. most careful man. ed lateral distance." tlvl\tlonlJ'lcclI, otc:, by reading tho

a There are ten breeds of ducks raisedIn 220M.e.M'ram. Virginia Farmer Send lOcts..
this country-viz. the White Pekln. 'Tl. eventide, and all aboutA No. 20(1.-CIiur U for 3 months subscription to the
Only one block south from Station. Large; veranda on front and side.- First- White Aylesbury, Ilouen.- Black Cayuga -. ONE for tired, aching eyes W.',. summer, autumn winter OlIo
class bath darkness, shutting out And spring oar, each In canon, Farmer Co., Empoila, Vu.Choico.
house with Sulphur Shower Baths and suits for Sea Bathing. Bed Colored Muscovy. White Muscovy, Fall kindly
shun
And 01(1 that people
I world until the sun shall\ rise, many
rooms large, light and airy. Single; rooms 10x21 family, 18x21 also. The
rooms
; Gray Call, White Call Black East Indian And senses rested from their doubt Without or with good reason ,
connecting rooms 10x14. Artesian water throughout; building. None but the
and Crested White. These are Again sea I.Ile la rosy dye.
finest We' TWO spelled with A and I .
food products used. Rates, $2 per day; $7 to $10 per week. 4Tl tern
named In the order of populatlty. The And TWO that n carried
eventide, and all around
SYDNEY HAIGII, Proprietor, East Indian Is a bantam bred for fan Two silence Mettle o'er the earth. Out TWO I.I spelled with A and I e1 Wines,Liquors

Former Proprietor Colonnades Hotel, Daytona. cy, and the Crested White Is an orna-. The wind baa vaw.hed-not a Mound When om and TWO are married. and Cigars.

mental variety. Of sorrow anger nor of mirth When married they become WIIOL, Guaranteed Pure.
la heard. And true there U no ground
Mont useful: when moat flckl*-
SEABREEZE, FLA. The White Pekln leads for all pur For evil feeling to have birth. A fact that hells| all WM| won though Sold at reduced
poses. It Is valuable for raising on a 1'h. foolish It may tickle. price
large scale. It Is easily raised but Is No. 221.-Kr m Different Conntrle.
timid and must be handled carefully.It The name of each article consists of No.201Tran.poalllon, Imported
h 0 Colonnades SEABKEEZE, FLA. was Imported from China In 1873. four letters.In Uyet ilaomt rovuiid em Ihwt ilwik, 79 Tokny Wine,
England was found "a metal of a Itllch amar touts cm. etelnwn, from Italy.
Mr. McGrath of the firm of Fogg &
Lilt I nhltk to het plhoU to nlglmeM
dull white color, with a cast of blue.
Co., engaged,: In the China and Japan slit uinao ro.tw no eth nlrhe.
shoemaker's tool. John B.
Since the burning the Inn, I have leased this popular house, which will remain trade saw the bird at Peking and In In Scotland Ireland, ,"a a small, pointed piece of -Ix>ngfellow..., Togni

Terms open all summer. Surf bathing, Ocean pier, fine fishing, shade trees, etc. thought It variety of the goose. lie metal." used by carpenters. No. 2C1HAnM..r.m.. Metropolitan Saloon, 12.1: East Bay St.
reasonable. Bus
meets all trains at Daytona Station. ,
procured some eggs and took them to In France, "a temple." [Words With Definitions.] t JACKSONVILLE, FLOItIDA.Whole..le .
HERBERT 1<. SMITH, Lessee. Shanghai where he set them under In Spain,' "a shall catch to fasten a 1. Cut HOUR-,-A dress
mid Hetall......
"
bens nnd'secured 15 ducklings. bracelet lock etc 2. U. nil on.-Miuiy." UN one.
1 ." When sufficiently matured these In Portugal, "a utopple." 3. I gut ini'ii.-An assemblage .of per.
Viii-C In In Switzerland "a bird's house." sons for a special purponu. and Most Complete
NEW HOUSE birds were sent to the United States Tho Largest
P House of James E. Palmer. Six ducks In (Serinnny. "twenty quires of paper 4. Sure, inau.-A distinguishing nppcllatlou. -
charge Establishment South.
NEW FURNITURE. In Belgium a hard, brittle, browul.hg'lotln. .
and three drakes survived the voyage obtained by boiling to a jelly the 5. The rare,-One who Instructs.
Sea Breezo! of 124 days and reached New York skin, hoofn, etc., of animals to form a U. Hal ten.-A Saxon title. CEO S. HACKER & SON
'P clalty. avenue; one minute from Beach. Table first-class. Sea Food a March 13 1373. Mr. Palmer was to re- certain cement." / 7. No neat. It.-An offense against a ,
Day, $1.50; Liberal weekly terms. Address tain one-half of them. He took his sovereign.
There is a vast difference in one's respect
G. W. SCHUYLER, share home, leaving the remainder to for the wan who has made himself 8. Try tea-An agreement between
iL
Beach IIouso, Sea breeze, Fla. These be sent.to'never, reached Mr. McGrath's their destination.family and the man who has only made nation I/ Nice bat.-A receptacle for rurlosltles. ,

-- L hii woue1-l\Iulock. .
= Mr. Palmers ducks began laylug in
March. The three ducks laid 325 eggs. No heritage can a father bequeath to 10. 0, clear,-An answer, but not always
ST. AUOUSTINI3.ST' the his children like a' good name. Nor is Intcillidblo.
-- From this beginning grew up 11. (J. blame It.-An Irregular conteit.
heirloom
richer
there in
a family
greatest duck Industry ever known In any 12. Uo .-An assemblage
up
LAMA than the of a noble ancestor
uirtuory
HOTEL AUGUSTINE, FLA.Mtets this country. 13. Blow a gun.-An Asiatic dwelling.
Hamilton.
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J The Pekln has a distinct typo and 14. Uuuips.-A worthless person.
This hotel Is differs from all others. The leg are 1 C). Is J. cutuV-A valuable moral
now open: for ROOMS ONLY It Is centrally located
near
pRoonies cetBank! and Cathedral. set well back causing the bird to walkIn A SVONUKIIPUL GI7KI2 OFDIARRHOEA. quantity. ________

to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to $0.00 per week. an upright position. Tho fowl te 5o. 222.-A Pyramid of Square.

V. D. SANCHEZ, Manager, large, the flesh delicate and tree 'from Square 1. Uod of love. Foundation. '
tho best table MANUFACTURERS OF !
grotianess. They are Distil To cook.
-- I duck and excellent layers laying from A Prominent Virginia Editor bquare 2. Ituliibow, Disturbance Jot.

125 to 150 eggs In a season. They begin Hml Almost Given Up, hut Stop Doors, Sash Blinds

laying about January and continue Wan Brought Back) to Perfect> Square 3. Watch. An herb. Repeti
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OMESEEKERS -.... .....w until lute In July and again for a short Health by Chamberlain' Colic, tion. Think.No Moulding & Building Material

time In the fall. They are nonnltters. Cholera and Diarrhoea Jtemedy 22.1.-Changed Initial.

hardy and mature early.-Edwin W. .-Head Ills Editorial. 1. Change the Initial of a flower and Office t Warerooms King, opposite '

Wbo are Seeking a Home in the South should send to the undersigned for a Fly In American Poultry JournalIt have an animal. Cannon Street.
From the Tlole.IWI.tllle. Vs. 2. Change the Initial of a partial knot

coy! of thelorida Is Just as Important I Buffered with diarrhoea for a longtime and have part of a chain. Charleston, S. C.
and thought I wan past being 3. Change the Initial of a place of
That you enrich and purify your bloodin cured. I had spent much time and mon amusement. and have to give a hint.
the fall as In the spring. At this ey, and suffered( so much misery that ]I 4. Change the Initial of a sharp Hound Sash Weights, Cord and
East Coast Homeseeker.t. time, owing to decaying vegetation;a had almost decided to give up all hones and have to Intermit light k
low water level, and other causes, there of recovery and await the result, but 6. Change the Initial of a beverage and Hardware.
are disease germs all about us, and a noticing the advertisement/ of Chamber.lain' have to drew for show '
weak and debilitated system quickly Colic, Cholera and Dlarhooa Hem- 0. Change the Initial of a fissure and ,
Window and Glass
have Trucking yields to attacks of malaria, fevers, eta edy, and also some testimonials stating have to use the mental powers. Fancy
lands for Fruit Growing, Tobacco Growing, and foreermd By purifying and enriching your blood bow some wonderful cures had been 7. Change the Initial of a mischievous! A SPECIALTY.

Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest in tbs United States. with Hood' Sarsaparilla you may buildup wrought by this remedy, I decided to animal and have the same animal's wont .",
your system to re Ut these dangers try It. After taking a few doses I was enemy .
APply to as well as coughs, colds, pneumonia anJthe entirely well of that trouble, and I wish a Change the Initial of somethingworn Palmetto Drug Store, Daytona. ,
grip which come with colder weath. to say further to my readers and fellow ; on the head and have something -

JAS'. E. 1NGRAHAM Land Commissioner, er. To be on the safe aide, take Hood's sufferers that I am a bale and hearty trodden under foot Drugs, medicines, chemicals,fine toilet
0. Change the Initial of a boy's nick
I Sarsaparilla now, and always be sure It and feel as well al I ever
man to-day, brushes combs
: FLORIDA COAST R'Y and bare "nickname of a boy ofanother soaps, ; perfumery and
EAST name
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is Hood's and not something else represented did In my life. O. II. Moore. Sold by fancy toilet articles In great variety
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I ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. to be "just M good." all druggists and medicine dealers. nationality. M. UU TON, propr. ,



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THE YELLOW FEVER SCARE. Cannot Depend-' on Front A Shave anda Carroll ', Goldsmith

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I The Tlrne..Unon( and Citizen hasihe As frost never falls at Key We the I Hair Cut. FRUITS and VEGETABLES

following to nay anent the yollow fever people of the Island City cannot rely up- Have a great doal to do with tho general GROCERIES, ofAllij Vl 1
.1 1'scare' : on jack frost to sweep the yellow fever
appeai-aucD of a gentleman. At Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage
"Dr. J. J.. Horsey, sssistant( State out, hence there is nothing that can: be Solitiltt!
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m 1t' health officer, who returned to Miami I done to check its progress; it will have CARRUTHER'S Barber Shop, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA,
1 bl last Saturday, reports that the suspicious to run Its course. However, no pains
( case there Is one of yellow fever, a will be spared to prevent the fever from TITUSVILLE,
a ----- --.- man named Hargrove, this being the fifth reaching the mainland. Strict quarantine None but experienced 'workmen are em- E. :se &=, :s
day of his illness. The man has been regulations will be enforced as long ployed and perfect satisfaction guaran- :; O

BEHJ \W. JEROME.? unlerthe surveillance of the State health as there Is a single'case of fever remain teed. Give us a call. Groceries Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Grocery'
authorities, since last Friday, but was Ing in Key West.Lorillard's J. L. CARRUTHERS, Prop. ,
4 only: pronounced a yellew fever patient And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal"
).t State ]Representative PENNSYLVANIA. last Monday. The case occurred in the I Houne-boat launched.: Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing excluithe
WORKS CO., for WAs an advertising medium, no !
t JI50N: Hotel Miami, and was removed as soon above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your ;
tho Sale of OLOHK OAS KXuiNKS; on the East Coast can beat the
to vessel which anchor paper Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., Tito.viUejH
as possible a was '
M.(rive and Stationary. P. Lorillard'fl houseboat Caiman, I ADVOCATE. Give us a trial advt.,
ed down the All the Inmates of the
bay. which has been hauled out on the Mer I and be convinced of the pink paper''
Selling Agent COLMAN ACETYLENE Hotel and everyone who had been in con 'rill-Stevens ways on East Bay street, worth.
OAS f.CnJN.S.jarest; / Chtil"est. tact with the sick man were also taken ''Jackllonyllle.. for several months having '
and !Best light for private dwellings away, they being isolated on tue steamer a' new steel-'-'hull built, ,was pnt in the Lesley & KotlowSuccessors (/
Santa Lucie, the quarantine disinfectingand ,
aud .
Stoles.I water Monday afternoon, and after a
detention boat.
"This few other minor repairs she will be ROBBINS & GRAHAM to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
For prices, catalogues and estimates, case has thus been placed on the brought to Indian River for the use of (
address same basis as that of the refugee of some
} DE-'J. W. JEROME, three weeks ago, and will be handled her owner and friends this winter. ...3LiCt", y ois... Foreign and Domestic, Brands of Wines Brandies, Rims, Gins and
similarly, the sick man and all who have
I Kockledge, Fla. been exposed being quarantined on vessels Fatal Accident at Miami. Bottled Beers, Ales and Stoat.
miles from the town Dr. WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND
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away
Line of Cigars. .*. Billiard and Pool ]
A First-class Tab
t' The Anlieuser-Biiscli Brewing Asso'ion Horsey has not yet reported as to the While the mast on the steamship Cocoa UNITED STATES COURTS.
source of infection. lIe states, however, was being repaired Saturday, the masthead Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention \given tod
Fumoim! St. Louis Keg and Bottled ( eer. that there is no connection between Uiii gave way, and Antonio Fernandoy orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY &MOTLOW, TitusvM,
case and Mr. Anderson, the refugee: before -
and Jose Montlro Aught fell to
Ferro
Bold! by Mem. Lo le1.t Motlow, Titusville, FlaHy mentioned. A house-to-house inspection few ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished
The former lived but a
Mr. J. I) Crabh, Cocoa, Fla. the deck.
My :Mr. W.J,Tucker, Fort Tierce, Fla. Is also being made. Miami has moments after the disaster; the latter is Your
only a couple of thousand inhabitants! thought not to be seriously injured. for Lands in Brevard and Dade INSURANCE.Protect

...JOSEPH ZAPF... and is therefore very easily Inspected and AgainstIIGI3Z'NINc
kept under surveillance. Counties.
: Dr. Horsey telegraphs that there i Is nr- Reading notice ads. on this page : :: rand YOLONEs.I .
Wholesale Beer and Liquors are five cents per line per week.
of
really no danger spread that he
.1 any ;
Fire Insurance Companies, and the ::
I has the situation wolf in hand, and no We have a large List represent all the leading Mutual]
Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the
Cit
j af f .. West Bay Street, quarantining towns will be of permitted.Miami{ by other Dr. Florida Porter, A Beautiful and Valuable Homo of Lands owned by Insurance Invest.Company.Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. State Health Officer, Is kept thorough! for Sale at a Bargain, For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CIIAS. S. SCIIUYLEB

informed of everything and directs all ourselves and clients. Titusville, fj

quarantine measures through his office At Mlcco, on Indian river, Fla., consisting
THE A, P. FRIES DRUG CO. at Jacksonville. Should any other case ; of 10} acres, a well built, two- Price for unimprovedlands
I occur, either at Miami or elsewhere, he story house, 7 rooms; a two-story store

:' Wholesale and Retail ent will there promptly is but announce one cane them.at Miami At pres-, or shaded building by, 18x32ft.palm trees, handsome; a 300 front foot dock lawn,; $3 to $100 HOT WEATHER It 0 0is

more properly near Miami, and none 2..,0 budded orange, tangerine and grape
: DRUGS and MEDICINES elsewhere on the mainland of Florida. fruit trees; ISO sour, trees, ready to bud; per acre.WE .
Dr. Horsey telegraphs that there Is
,1 no MX young nursery stock; artesian well;
excitement at Miami; some seventeen or 1,200 feet galvanized pipe distributed have a few Residence, Orange.
eighteen people left there Sunday morn- less fatiguing when your kitchen
12'J: East Street over place; 1 acre wood shed for pine-
Bay Ing and ten or twelve by Monday morn Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable oil
apples; a few hundred Porto Rico pine. h cool and bearable by using an itc

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ing's however.train." There has been, no oxodus apple plants; railroad station on west locations. Prices Reasonable. gas stove or a gas range. We have i ip'|
line of this place; tramway running. did stock of these labor-savers Inflame i
Wodnesilay'slsllue says: 'The follow river front on the east. This place to be r
J, D. O'HERN, Ing changes In the Miami situation are appreciated must be seen. The very ( TITUSVILLE ) oil stoves, or gasoline stove and j

E I' Manager.For noted for the twenty-four' hours ending handsomest place on the river. The OFFICES J{ and :MIAMI. 1r ranges. They are clean, economical i
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last night: The death and burial of the land is of the best hammock. Orange fl durable, and our prices will enable !
one case the completion of the first days
; trees nearly all in bearing now. I .
Sale house-to-house inspection, showing five Apply to D. L. GAULDEN, Atty., -- slimmest purse to procure one.
cases of dengue fever and no other sick Titusville, Fla. East Coast Meat MarketG. .
ness at all suspicious.
R At Daytona, Fla., five and ten ,acre "Neither Dr. Porter norDr; J. L. Hor 1 JAMES PRITCHARD & SB]

lots choice vegetable and orange lands. soy, who is in direct! charge at Miami ANY COLOR, CHEAPER than PAINT, F. DUREN, Agent. ,.1.., ,?. 1
'r Cheap for cash, or will make liberal
'I deem a direct quarantine against Miami is Cabots' Creosote Stains. Prices

terms. Address, necessary. They desire the press of the and particulars on application to CD TITUSVILLE, FLORID
C'OUKTLAND BUCKMAX, State to emphasize this. Doctors Porter Tuos. C. WATTS & Co., s:>> Oi
II 22 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. and Horsey both wire the office at Jacksonville, Fla. = y

f ____ ___ Jacksonville to state this and to point I s:>> -
l out that all necessary- precautions have Orange Groves and Lands. c-:>-- FURNITURE
been taken, and that no undue nervous- = ,
} Semi-Tropical Nurseries. ness or apprehension should be felt or s_:>> -=a..
Indulged In by other Florida towns." The puMio is invited to" inspect the r,DRY GOODS SHOE
; ORLANDO, FLA. Thursday's Times-Union says : young orange grove of C. T. McCarty in ,
Tweuty-six oases (one physician not Sec. 5, Tp. 34, R.10, west of the railway A
SPECIALTIES :- reporting), and one death, is yesterday's about 5 miles north of''St. Lucie, _. } '-CI'2 3 piece Solid ANTIQUE OAK: Suites $12.
Boone's Early-the earliest and best yellow fever record at Key West. The on the yellow hickory ridge; The oldest -t==3 a.. e95n .f $16'-
I Early Orange. death was E. f'. Burns, chief engineer ol tree in it was set May, 08, while most a, 6"
c Aurantluin Pomelo, the best GRAPE Laflln's Electric Light Company. Total of them were set in Feb; 03. They (No Second Hand Furniture.)
I I FRUIT and TANGERINE ORANGE cases to date, (COO); total deaths 33.: speak for themselves. I have plenty Titusville Florida.

i r TREES. Nothing new has developed at Miami more land around them at-reasonable Stoves Shades e1 t!
full tine of Citrus trees also and Hair Mattresses Mattings Blue Flame dj
Carry a since the death and burial of the man prices terms. ,
Peach, Pear, Persimmon and Plum trees, Hargrove on Tuesday. In response to C. T. MCCARTY,
Grafted Roses and Scupernong; Grapevines an Inquiry, Assistant State Health Officer Ankona, Fla. NEAR & TAYLOR, Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville, Fla.
Horsey telegraphed that there was :
James Mott, absolutely no doubt as to the five cases The Orlando NurseriesOffer : -- Artesian Well!
f= Box 170: Orlando, Fla. of fever there mentioned Wednesday beIng rrr'r t,4 y +
dengue. That cases of dengue existed : )}I Ir When in JACKSONVILLE- THE CLYDE
a I
Jly23oct23. in Miami has been known to the for November and December delivery t i1BJ'' l .1CONTRACTORS, -
II' visit
State Board of Health since early in August 15,000 choice budded orange and ,
r when Dr. Jackson first fruit trees are four old sour r t t t \))
reported its grape ; years ; :.... tJIi Ean Gallic Fla. South.
the
t appearance: Dr. Horsey visited Miamiat orange stock. 5,000( sure bearing fig The finest SALOON in
that time and confirmed Dr. Jackson's trees, Peach, Plum, Pearand Persimmontrees

i diagnosis, and later, the State Health -all leading and best varieties. The best that can b bof
Dllicer, Dr. Porter, personally: examined 2.5,000: camphor trees, imported seed. WM. KNAUER liquors money
\kfd. the sick and pronounced them unques- Everything carried by first-class nursery. .
Write for prices, to
Wholesale dealer
in
telegraphed QEO. II. WRIGHT, all the favorite brands constantly on hand.

where Hargrove, was taken sick, who General Manager Orlando Nurseries. Merchants' Lunch from 11 a; m to 2 p. m., 15c., with bottle of Export I Bee
C'AN ID "ST.
were removed t> vessel on the buy, are .
all well. The death and burial of the
Wanted Sewing
ono yellow fever case at Miami loaves the Buy your candy from the Wholesale "

; mainland of Florida entirely free from Gentlemen's Clothing neatly repaired. Candy House. Call or
yellow fever from '
or suspicious
any MRS. R. C. SCKIMOEOUR, GAY BROTHERS'-
case"
Titusville, Fla. write for prices.

Home From The Klondike. Address:
1t t, '\ Tltusvlllo Laundry. Corner of Madison and Adams Sts.,
Palatka Florida. GROCER
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II Mr. J. II. Winston Reid, a former resident Mrs. Geo: Cook, of Titusville( is now J JACKSONVILLE; FLA. .
of Florida, but now a large cattle prepared to do laundry work of every ,
I II Fancy Pineapple Slips and Suckers ranch owner in Gal very, northwest Territory description. All work guaranteed. c. We make a Special Feature of our

I'' it '' for Sale. was met In Jacksonville, Wednes- Leave your washing at G. F. Duren's The Three Whys.'
lay by an ADVOCATE representative corner store, opposite ADVOCATE office. : Mail Order
Mr. Reid recently arrived from the Klondike Departmen
Abbakas, Egyptian and Golden Queen, and gave us a very graphic descrip -Please write us whenever you fail to
i Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and Red Lion of his trip and the hardships he receive the ADVOCATE WHY KILL YOUR MOCKING BIRD
,* ; Spanish. Apply toHADDOCK and his party went through to get to the with stale food, when you can Knowing how difficult it is in some localities to get GOOD GROC
l 4 I 'I A MATTIIXMS, gold; fields. Eight of them died en route. .. rn buy the Southern Home Mocking Bird CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having tbemi(
"Palm Beach Pinery," Mr. Reid, who has a brother in St. Augustine SUN LIGHT GAS LAMP ; rood fresh every day at 23c per lb.; sent promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satislrj
l! t West Palm Beach, Fla.a' says ho would advise those whose .s 0 aH anywhere lOo extra to pay freight We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House in East Florida, sad
p .-,.... pockets are not well lined with dollarsto aagQti WHY suffer from CHILLS & FEVER many articles not usually found in other and smaller houses.
; stay at home, for the trip Cost .hlm I when you can get a bottle of KIT" SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.

To Growers. thousands of dollars. Ho will soon leave .. .."t. ..:..! w 0oaaQi a I tIJ I Thomas' Chill and Fever Tonic, guaranteed -
Orange for Montreal, Canada, and by the time to cure for 50o.
he arrives home he will have traveled 'i&l w
=: W ... e, suffer from a splitting HEAD-
1 about 24,000 miles. :Mr. Reid will probable = o =:J. ... h WHY E. A. WADDELL
I NOW HAVE visit his home In England next sumS cd OO >w'S ACHE, when you can get a bottle .
.. ot Thomas' Headache Cure that will
e
= !?"Q ,
leer instead of going to the Klondike.Mr. .
.. F= a 0e I cure you in short! order for lOc. Miami
GraftedJi City and Dade County -
A "
15,000 PATIO MAY 10, Itte. m 'a 0ad H. R. THOMAS, Chemist and Druggist.
: II II. AVotlhe, leprcsenttng Dr.ll.stroot's .::: : R.c"'I'O Q.Q : LaVllla Pharmacy,

y Jacksonville was a called at oa tI: Jacksonville, Fla.; Real Estate Burea
Ji: Orange Trees.On his office yesterday afternoon. ::: Ct :fe8 ,

} = :3 .. : I Subscriber: your attention Is drawn
1 t4 -Dr. P. W. Lyman has returned to t ... ;
roots 4.ft Brnrich- 4> '
and
sour his home at Georglana, after spending a= t+7 =t iCCC = to the name-and-date slip pasted upon A Select List of BAY BISCAYNE Lots Frnit and Ye8
ed. Will bo If PROPERTY City
for transplanting in
ready
the summer at Kenosha and other placesIn a your paper or wrapper. you are ,
l fa Oct. 1 st, also 5,000 on Wisconsin. t ) =o a arrears, please remit. Tracts of all sizes for Investments Phosphate and Orange Grove Lan

lemon stock. ++ eCbo .
-If you wish a good shave and hair ::3 AGENTS WANTED For "The Life and West Coast._ _
The best trees In Florida at any cut in the latest fashion, go to D. W.Taliferro's .::t '" n Achievements' Admiral new8)'j" the world's --
naval hero. Hy { the For Correspondence, enclose
neatest stamps. Agent for
who
first olasa
keeps barbershop
'. price. Parties on tho oast coast a I re-long friend and admirer of the natlou'lidol.IUlt'ltt'lt Mil
t; who want a tine article should on Main street, Jacksonville, near .:::s e I Ir aud bent book; over WO pages, 8xlu ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER WIND
Merrill's Plucide Hotel. Inches; nearly 100{pace half tone Illimratloni.uly Fertilizers, Chicago, 111. Cbicag
I write at once for prices, and r== c.. al : fl.&O. Enormous demand. lUg commlsioua. .
-Quite a number of Jacksonville's IIS Dearborn Street s= 15 ::a I Outfit free. Chance of a lifetime. Write Avenue DI, over Bank, MIAMI FLORIDA.
engage their stock. Chicago. III. :; t uicK. The Domtnlou Company, 3rd Floor,
boat citizens left the early of the
I'' part 0 a 0. 4 & ton BUg.i Chicago.
These trees are undoubtedly the week fer New York, to witness the Dew.

best In the state, address, ey celebration. Among those were R. J.Riles .. al JEWELED. GLOB
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the noted jeweler of West Bay St. ESTABLISHED 1875. X WATCHES
Mr. Riles will not witness the ,
: only pageant '

i= I r OKLAWAIIA O. W., .CONNER. FLORIDA, lock,of but goods select of anti the latest purchase designs a large, to wm .A.. :BOTTI3S: :: &:, CO. Diamoi

meet the demand for the coming, season. t . Jewelry,
Mr. R. W. Rowton, that amiable and obIglng AND FERTILIZERS.
GARDEN SEEDS
To The GRAIN
Deaf gentleman who Is Mr. Riles trustworthy ._ x' Souvenlrs Wedding Rings and Fr'
manager, will be found, as usual, ,
__ ,1 A rich lady, cured of her deafness and at his post, faithfully attending to Mr. 6 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. 1
noises In the head by Dr. Nicholson's llleu' business during that gentleman's WL1YFNE
stock of and'JEWELRT'REPtSIIYERWM6
We handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete Hay, 1 [ WATCH
Artificial Ear Drums, gave $10,000 to his absence. M '; Rowton Is not only a good
Seed Meal both and
Wheat, Grits, Meal OQtton bright
salesman Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, ,
x5' Institute, so that deaf people unable to but Is a first-class jeweler'and for Fertilizer Co. A SPECIALTY.
dark at wholesale. State agenU Tygert-Allen
procure the Ear Drum may have them watch maker. All repairs, etc., left in
n free.' Address No. 1134, The Institute, his charge will meet with the best of at- Bone Star Nitrate Brand Jl'erUllaenOUArantAnaIJ.lI.Soda. Muriate of Potash, Sulphate,Orange Potato tree, Kalnit and VegeUblj. PertlliseerrPure r nave i Ground no Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charge paid on 'way. B- JBl1

If i 780 Eighth Avenue, New York, N. Y. eution. superior in the market,and a trial will convince Bend for dialogue free P23 \Y,13ay St., JACKSOXVW'I









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