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Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: May 18, 1900
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: UF00075918:00072
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
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VOL. SO. NO. 19. TITUS VILLE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY: MAY IB: ] ()()- PRICE, :5o.

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LOCAL NEWS -Mr.\ E. Ben Carter, of the F. E. C. -Mr. Walter 0. Stokes has receivedhis Little Brown Jug Water Filters\ $:!.nij THEBURNINGOFTHE TITUS- AMONG THE HOTELS.

Railway, has been In town a day or so commission as postmaster of llobe and $3.00: Claude Walton, agont. VILLE SCHOOL-HOUSE. -
this
And Topics of General interest. week. SOllnd.Amon" -Mr. C. II. Rooks, manager: of White See change of Hotel rlaclJo at!. on outHh

Between County Court and the Con- the well-known commercial City, was In town on Wednesday. In connection with the burning! of out' page. '
vent Jon, our streets have looked quite travelers In town yesterday morning were
-Attorney Jan. Andrews of Tlbbnls. school-house last FrKluy! morning, the
The AnvoJATIfI ls now on file at all
this R. Pitzer and O.
lively week. Messrs. Joe Dawson G.
and General Gossip In connection Orlllol1l1this
goclety has been visiting relatives! at general opinion In Tltimvlllo seem to be the best hotels In Now York city.
with Blsoayne Bay, Lake Worth, IndianBnnana ,, -Mr. and :Mrs.:\ J. T Beville and two E. Muriel. week. that the .Hohool-honse should 1 bo erected
and Ilallfax River, Key We.< of Pierce In central and on the Whore to stop along. the East Coast.
children Fort were In town -Mr. Rupert Paxton, of Rockledge, a moro location
-Mr. and Mrs. E. l P. Porcher of Co-
and all other Important Point alone. the from Monday until Tuesday.Mr. who has been attending tho South Florida oast aide! of tho Florida Kant Coast Railway Son list of hotels on 7th page.
in from until
con were town Tuesday
East. Coast of iriorlda. Brief mention olInteresting returned home to tho time of going to ,
Oeo. F. Paddlson Eau Gallle'a Military Institute, on Wednesday.The Up press Mr. O. A. Boothby, who has beam
Events from Various FarU nothing can bo said positively of the exact ) Placitlo
Wednesday room clerk at tho hotel Jnc.lRouvlllo *-
well known lumber dealer In
of the World| About People You Know was town MUsen Aline and Daisy Bradyare location of the now school-house. will shortly return to Now
and People Ton Don't Know Picked from Tuesday until "Wednesday. -The Indian River Band gave one of expected home from Stetson University Brevard School Hoard will accede to the York to, acoopt nn engagomont at one of

np by Oar Society Editor and a large staff rr: To insure Insertion Correspondents their enjoyable mu performances. house on next Wednesday, wishes of our townspeople.) Wo unilor- tho Long Island summer rosoits.
the Hand-stand and In the
scattered along tin Opera stand that while thu sohoolhoiisdmay
of Correspondents must seo that their items reach this new
Tuesday evening.We -Mr. J. N. Bradnliaw, clerk of the The British vice-consul Edward:
Mr.
East Coast. of Florida. office not later than Wednesdays. not bo quite so attractive on the ,
certainly have been enjoying Circuit court of Orange county, was a outside nil. the old one, It will be a. house Siullow, ot Jacksonville, who spent tho
TilE ADVOCATE Ex-Senator G. S. Ilardee of Rock- some delightfully: cool and pleasant visitor to town yestenhty. more suitably arranged for the used of winter atSt. AIIJlulltlntl,hl1lt taken rlinrgo

$IISO per annum In advance. ledge, was among the pleasant visitors to weather the past few weeks-and no -Mr. Jos. F. Mitchell, of Indlanoln, the school however, carefulooimldont- of Hotel Key West, with W. D. Palmerin
town, on Monday. lie returned home is in hands with the with will the office, and hereafter will\ have the
$1.00 six months mosquitoes up to date.: town to-day, shaking tlun of plans, moaun, no
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. next day. with his numerous friends. doubt, give us Hchool-housa that the management' of that popular (houso.
who ]has been
C. O. Butt
-Our olllce has been quite redolent down-Judge at Eau!: Gallle looking, after tur- -'Impul'e:: water Is the i cause of much resident\ of Tltimvlllo need not be Manager/ Fred Storry of Mr. ,II. M.Flaglor' .
printed
Note date of expiration upon ashamed. '
this week with the sweet perfume froma Palm Ilnnch nnd also
land Lore from sickness. Remedy this by getting a fine 'lutel"i
stopped 'over
or wrapper every week. Tills pentine The residents of this town-elllel.'llally lintel
your paper large: bouquet of pansies, capo jassnmines until route filter from Claude; Walton Titusvllle ) manager of the Hot Virginia
Thursday en
need Wednesday
Is a receipt for your money. No etc., presented by County Commissioner those who have children-aio deeply Interested left for England!: on Tuesday. Mr*.
for us to Bend receipt for subscription J. Mendel, of LaGrange.Mr. home to Orlando. .-County Surveyor! J. O. Fries, left In the matter (if good schools Sterry:\ accompanied him. They expectto

The date gives It to you. Capt. R. A. Ilardee of Sebastian:: here, yesterday, for Rocklodgo connection and suitable buildings, and we think visit tho Paris Exposition, and will
When you subscribe for the ADVOCATE II. II. Richardson, of the Georgia was among the p'easant visitors to town with the right-of-way In front of that If Supt.:\ Barns! or someone whom 110 return to America. about two raontha.

by the year, It does not cost you : Southern Railway was a passenger onTuesday's on Tuesday. The Captain Is said to own the Powe orange grove. may appoint, went around with .a stir
three cents week, postage Included. southbound train, eu route to the finest-looking orango grove/ in the crlptlon list quite a fow dollars could) be Are you going to the seaside, this
per Miami. lie will, probably, stop over at -Mr. Pierre Urannlng, of the South collected toward defraying the summer* If you are, do not forget that
Sebastian section. !
Jj[ Please place this paper In your Titusville, to-day, on his return to Jack Florida Military Institute, Bartow, returned of a suitable and attractive building! the Ocean View hotel Pablo Bench la

reading room. sonville. -Attorney F. J. Webb will, next week to West Palm Beach yesterday. The AnvoOATH will be one to add Its now open, under the management of Mr.

The INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE Is on -Upon our 8th page; will L l e found the remove his office from the Uaulden cot -Mr. E. W.Schuylor, one of Malabar'i mite. Who will follow suit f : A. M. Beak When paying A visit to

sale at the following news-stands, at fiv new ad. of E. F. Clark; Jacksonville's tage on Washington avenue to the Wesson prominent residents, Is visiting his son,, The loss by the binning of the school I Jacksonville, bo sure to take a trip to

cents per copy :, well known furniture dealer who Is bidding cottage at the rear of the ADVOCATE Mr. Chas. S. Sohuyler, cashier of the house wa heavy, but by careful management 1'itblo Beach. Road Ocean View hotel

Tltusvlfle-B. R. Wilson & Son. for a share of patronage: throughout ofllce, on.Julia street. Indian River State Bunk. the school will not bo effeoUid ail on 5th page

J, B. Screven.hotel. the State. Ho has some line refrigerators -Jno. S. Bond & Co., 122 W. Hay St., -Mr. E. W Wilson secretary for the by It. The insurance I I. about "IIMX Mr. A. W. ITodgdon. who has) been

Jacksonville-Rathbun" Windsor hotel. for sale. Write him for prices.>> Jacksonville, who deals la hardware, Insane Asylum, at Chattahooohe, wet The cost of text books, lout In the lire, appointed manager: of the Magnolia.

doors, sash, blinds etc., is anxious to of the Indian River hotel at thus was $:i25: ; apparatus books In primary hotel, Magnolia Mass., for tbo corning
-Miss Kate Pritchard, who has been a guest
tise btkl.( We
$
and furniture
recurs a share of patronage of out department summer, announces a general renovationof
-Next Thursday Is Aacentlon Day, 01 enjoying a visit of several months with readers throughout the state. Read hit place, from Tuesday until Wednesday.Mrs. understand the re-equipment will cost the establishment and the Introduc

Holy Day. her sister, Mrs. F. T. Budge, at Miami ad. on 8th page. (L Ilanford who has been enjoying between fT()M"> and .(!Oo. In our previous tlonofseveralprivate bath Mr.\ Ilmlg-

returned to town yesterday, much to a visit of several weeks with bet report of the lire, we did not mention don ha. been oonnootod the
ten cents during pastwinter
ads.
rnrReading] notice are the pleasure of her lends. Little Mr.\ Chas. B. Jefferson ton of Mr.
many of the books tho nucleus. :
mother, Mrs. Wright, expects to return the loss forming with the Ponoe de Leon hotel, St.
line on this page. Miss Dorothy Budge accompanied her. Jefferson who purchased some
per Joseph ,
to her homo at Green Cove Springs on of a school library. Augustine, a. chief olork
Hobo Sound last winter from
-Attorney C. T. McCarty of Ankona, Messrs. Ernest Yanlandlngham Will land at Monday.Mr. .
Mr. T. A. Snider, of Cincinnati will Mesr\ Herbert E Smith A DrO.
,
made a flying trip to town on Monday.We McFarland Fentress Davis Leon Wilson pro
Maurice Walsh, Delsner, and ,J., probably come down from New York and Mrs. F. )F. Taylor, of Gram BREVARD COUNTY COURT. prletor of the Fountain City Hotel, Daytona .

send nnr paper free to alloni W. Grant August the Ilaulover las) I. next month for the purpose of plantinga Rapids, Mloh.,who liave been spending have leased two", summer hotel.,

advertisers. When the ad. Is discontinued went up to the time until few acres In pineapple slips, etc. We the past six months or so at Rockledge,, County Court convened on Monday tho AMine Hotel at Saratoga Spring,
Saturday spending Sunday ,
the ADVOOATE la also dlscon : refer Mr. Jefferson to the plnellppleplan' i arrived at the Indian River hotel, yesterday
afternoon surf on Judge D. I.I Oaulden presiding The N. Y., and Blukn's Hotel, at Moulton-
enjoying bathing
tinued. ads In the ADVOCATE: columns. and left for home this morning. Mr,
the ocean beach. I first case to be tried was the State of bore, N. H. The lease were made
Circuit Judge ]if.1 S. Jones, who has -Among those lir town this week I Taylor Is owner of tile Plaxa hotel, !Kook- Florida" vs. James Hodges, charged, with through Matt J. Ward the Now York

been presiding at the Dade county Car- -Mr. Arthur de Lentulus, who has were the following;: G. S. Ilardee, W. It. :I ledge; and Indian River hotel, at this obtaining goods, under falsa pretenses, broker. Mr. Herbert Smith also man

cult Court, returned here on Sunday at- been acting as assistant to Mr. Basil Gill,, Sanders, E.. P. Porcher and wife S. F. the property of Wooten suit MoNnlr. aged the Colonnades and Seaside Inn

ternoon. the agent/ of the Mallory Steamship line, Glbbs, J. T. Bevllle and wife, Jas. Andrews ; -The Tltrmvllle Soolal Club gave: one The judge assigned! A. I). Penney connBel Soabroer.0, for a couple of summers.

and of Miami Jacksonville, left, on Thursday, for Bologna L. ,iC. Moore, 'f. II. Sanders, II. of their enjoyable dances at the Opera for the defondnni' ,: verdict, not !guilty.G ----
A. Bravo ,
Mrs. S. son,
northbound passengers Italy, via New York (where he will B. Sams, W. J. Tucker, M.\ M. Ramsey, bouse lust night. It wan a beautiful' 11 (lordlier, J T Devil, J M Fisher, DR. NORTON GOES NORTH.We .

were among route Friday's to St. Augustine to visIt spend a. few das with his brother), Liverpool W. II, Sharpe. C. II. Nauman N. N, moonlight; night, with cool breezes and Wm Smlthlo, W 11 Sum and W R San- -
and to
en London Paris'
; Penny, R. A. Ilardee, Oct F. Paddlson, I there was quite a Hood attendance of dare foremall.werethejlll.llIthe
relatives.Mr. be intends to loarn that Dr. Charlotte
Bologna, Italy, where to re W. It. d This dance \ Goldsmith and Geo. M. regret
J. F. Wooteu, W. I* Uughlett, merry M.\ Norton for the Six resident;
John Asplnwall a former popular main. Ilardee, Leon A. Peek E. C. Walker, In honor of Mils' Kate Prltchard, who Robblns prosecuted. the Sanitarium past yours Merrftt'eisland
at
and proMinent resident of Eau Gal- -BIshop Wm. Crane Gray of the J. II Jllotr E. T. McFadden, Geo. E. : returned home from Miami yestetday. The next on docket was State of Florida physician ha removed to New on York State

lie, now has offices at 3'M Broadway,, Southern Jurisdiction of Florida, passed Andrews, T. J, DeSteuben J. II. Andrews vs. Philip White charged with obtaining Rod will, reside In I'latUburg, her native,

New York through hero, Saturday last, en route to To He Marrt.d.The goods under false pretenses from home. The homestead which belongedto
Rollins Winter Park will Jupiter, where he informed our reporterhe has been inundated Wooten and MoNalr. dealers In n"valIItoreli. Norton' Gen.
College, -The ADVOCATE office Dr. grandfather<< Benjamin
-
Gaulden assigned F. J.
have its Commencement Exercises May was,going to consecrate St. Martin'sEpiscopal with callers from various place. Judge:; Mooor, Is tl 11 standing on the south
church. Archdeacon B. if. following announcement was received Webb to defend the prisoner and M.
1'Jth to May: 23rd.: We acknowledge receipt up and down the coast this week. Manyof side of the ilverSaranoo. The n..ught.eraof .
Brown joined Bishop Gray at this place, at this olllce yesterday: Goldsmith. and Goo M. Kobblnn prosecuted
of an invitation to same. them left quite a good many dollars the Revolution have marked the house
for the purpose of assisting at the con e- with ere returning "Mrs. Jacob X. Feanter requests your ; they, however decided not to try with .a tablet During. the battle of
-Senator James P. Tallaferro, ol/ our storekeepers the of her the the Judge discharged the
cration. presence at marriage daughter, case, so
,
home; and several said they did not PhUtiibiirgli, Sept. 11, Irili! a cannon ball
Washington; D. C., baa our thank Marie, to Thomas Walter Anderson, on prisoner.There.
Nellie the know stores carried so large and entered the front door, passing" through
E. Beck bright our
for a photograph of all the members of -Miss ; / Wednesday evening. May :1(0( limn)( at are two"' criminal cases to be
aud affable associate-editor of the Miami varied a stock of goods: or they would the (house, and the torn wuinHOottlng. lathe
Robbln I.I defending
the United States Senate.Mr. eight o'clock\ Union church, LaGrange( tried on too 22nd. Mr
Metropolis was a visitor to town on have purchased things In Titusvllle In FlanWe In both and were contln hall may be soon to till* day. Jen.
eases,
T. V. Moore, one of Jensen's Friday last. Next day she left for Tampa preference to sendlngelsewhere for them. tender congratulations In advance. ued for a week on account of the absence Wooer wa presented a gold sword by
well known pineapple growers, was In for the purpose of closing up her Moral: If you have. anything to Hell, let of some "wltnoamm., tho State of New York for hi. service In

town a day or so this week. Mrs. Moore business affairs and selling her residence the people know it through; the mediumof There wa only one civil suit'which command of eitati troop at that time.

and family are enjoying a visit with relatives ere returning to Miami, where she will the ADVOCATE. See the Eagle Clothing ; Married .Washington, walt tried without a jury-the Florida When a young lieutenant lie served nn

in Lake City. become a permanent settler. Much success store ad on 4th page. Hardware Co., of Jncksonvllln. VII, Goo the staff of Gen. Washington at Valley

-Mr. Jas. T. Hope, for many years a to' Miss Beck In her new field of The two Macs-Mr. J. A. McDonald, On the 12th Instant, at the Methodist\ F. PaddlsoiC: of Kan Gallla. It appears Norton Forgo./ has During. endeared her stay herself in Florida to many Dr.,

resident of Eau Gallle aud Melbourne labor. of Miami; and Mr. J. A. McGuIre, of Episcopal, Church South, by the Rev C. the company sold to Mr. Pudtllson a ft,'lend* who will greatly mis her unfailing -
has been promoted to a higher position -Mrs. C. J V. Fischer, of this place, has St. Augustine-the builders of all Mr. T. Mouse Mr. T. Roy Puukett to Miss quantity of nail to be delivered board I' friendliness and her professional

in the Inland Revenue office at Jackson rented a cottage! for a month at the sea II. M. Klagler's palatial hotels stoppedoff Fannye O. Andrews, of Coco.i. The the schooner Queen In Jacksonville, kill. Her daughter, ills Christine Nor-

ville. Success to him. side, near Daytona, and she left for that at Titusvllle a short while on Wed- groom was formerly foreman) of the Star which they failed to do. The defendanthad : ton, formerly of Palmetto. (Hall, ID a ..uo.oo..rul >

-Mr: E. O. the well known place on Monday. She was accompanied nesday. Mr. McDonald WM on his way office at this place; arl.llI&tt.erly.. editor chartered tbs schooner to load In kindergartner rtt Garden City, I.

cattle of Morgan Fort Bassenger, was In by Miss Bessie Bryan, who has been to :New York on a business trip; and and proprietor of the Cocoa and Rock Jacksonville for Indian River. and InConsequence I, and her son, C. F. Norton will stark

town owner short,white Monday lie was on teaching school here all the winter. At from there h*- Intends running over to ledge News, Cocoa The happy pair are ol th. non-delivery of the within a. short time for New York, where
a Fischer will New Iliveu. Conn. to see his wife and and known Indian nail to the schooner, which were subsequently
his Cuba with the end of a month, Mrs. return well favorably on ho expects to begin a course In the study
home from to
which way be a trip home, and Miss Bryan will leave for daughter; and his host of friends. Mr. River, and the ADVOCATE stall join neat by rail, Mr. 1'addlaon, of marine architecture next September.

was mush pleased.We Nashville Tenn. Quite a crowd little McGuIre who came op on the train their numerous friend ID wishing them would have been the amount of the M r, Amass R. Moore and wife will have

acknowledge receipt of an Invitation scholars were at the station to bid adieuto with him-returned to Palm Beach the very happiness and prosperity. Freight oul of pocket, which he refusedto charge of Palmetto Hall during the comIng *

from the Board of Trustees and Miss Bryan.Mr. same evening, giving a cursory glance: at --- --- pay. Judgment wa' given In Mr.I'aUdlson's .
Faculty of the Florida Agricultural College our main street and stores ere leaving favor, with cost of ..ult.lee. : year.
.
to attend the Commencement Exercises -: and Mn. Henry R. Thomas, of town. The above well known contractors Filipino Iteeelve Arms.A ([ M, Robblns appeared for the defendant

May 20th to 23rd, at Lake City, the La Villa Pharmacy, Jacksonville), are are building new cottage at Palm and M Goldsmith for the com. CHURCH NOTICES.
Fla. certainly fond of the animal and bird for Mr. Flagler: as well as enlarging the dispatch to the Evening World, New pany. -

families. It Is a treat to pay them a visit, Inn to double Its capacity, so that more fork, from llona Kong say: OroiHtlASA-The pastor, A. C. Slrda-
-Mr. and Mrs. A. Baldwin, who and to be shown their pets and rare, Imported tourists be accommodated next sea "The Filipino junta has been receiving
may CONFEDERATE VETERANS. held) will D. V.. preach next Sabbath
are about the first winter visitors to arrive stock, as well as the sanitary man son. arge amounts of moue at Manila.!! WithIn and evening.Archdeacon .
and last to leave Rockledge, paused ner In which they are kept Belgian and the past three month* three shiploadsf morning

through here, Sunday, on their way to English hares,rabbits from the Islands of -A gentleman who has been residingIn > arm have arrived here from Germany Among the veteran present at the reorganization D. F. Drown will told

their summer home in New haven Malta and Japan fowls from India and Washington: D. C., for some time for Insurgent can e., The junta gave: of Cam No. 47, Confederate Divine service at Eau Gallle on Sunday

Conn. China pigeons from England and Africa, put In writing the ADVOCATE, from big banquet' here last night la honor of Veteran, held on Monday' night at, next, morning/ and evening..
the Cotswold Kennels Tallahassee, this week, says: "Your '1'Itusvllle.werer Commander ':
from the Court
terriers house
fox the: reorganization of their Government.
the will preach in tlieMethodist
-Mr. Van A. D.
E. Horn Is now proprietor Her. Penney
of St. England; mockh.g birds from the Indian bright* newsy and welcome pink paper rhe Filipino claim they will open ag. A. A. SIAI.art.V.. II. Sharpe' R. '
Co. church next evening
of the Photo Supply River, and last but. not least a beautiful duly to band and to see It once againwas rrrwslve. bostlllllcs just a* soon a. the A. Ilardee T. J. Hteuben, E. II. Rice, Sunday
the State. : service.
AUJllltine-one of the b st in : I t 730. No morning
old friend I havebeen :* :
half breed Arab steed which Is as gentle like greeting an season begin W. 1). Same George Peoples, J. It. Scruvtn
l> Smith rainy
L. of :
r. S. Smith, of the firm : outside of borders for just one M. P I attend the services
as a kitten. your .. H. W. Carroll W. S. Norwood. You are Invited to : )
Woodman, druggists, has sold his Interest )'ear and one day.. la that year I have !tarn, W. J. Tucker, T. II. Wander, John 'U the Presbyterian church Sunday,
of that ..
In the Photo Supply Co. to Mr. Horn. -Mr. Augustus.. Piton nephew learned lot of useful Inter-on-Ing ISrevard tohonl ..rd. and M. school
a II. Ham! H. U. Wilson Adjutant &'ay20. Monday! at 0:13.:' Preach'
The drug business l Is still under the same famous actor, :Mr. Joseph Jefferson' arrived things; ; and If I would tell them all over, Joldsmltb. J. T. Ilasnett, member of log at 11 o'clock.a. m. Song service, at

management as heretofore.One In Tltiisville from New York on or a quarter of them, you would have toenlargeyour At the recent meeting of thu aboveBoard the G. A. R., also participated. : 7:111.: ( Subjects: morning "Falthful-

of the most energetic traveling Monday, and gave the ADVOCATE a very edition. I, however, wantto bel.lln Tltasvllle, It was decided Among the son of veteran were: T in...." Evening. "Dry Bone."
about to
agents Is Mr. James E. Koacb, of the pleasant call lie is of just at llobe purchase sr: this that I got what I went after; that Miss Clara Hogaard" be appointed to I V, Moore E. C. Walker, John Mlot, U.

Central of Georgia Railway and the Savannah a fine piece property and through your good paper, I want to teach the unfinished term at School\ No. F. (Joldsmltli and A. M. .Wlngxte. .
Ocean Steamship line. Mr. Roach Sound from Messrs. Chan. R.Serjeantson acknowledge the manly and painstakingcourtesy II. at Ream The bills for the monthf Delegates elected to re the Conneerailoii ffevvleee at Jupiter.

j very seldom falls where ever he seeks and W. G. Stokes. There Is a which residence Mr. and kindness. shown me by the April were audited and paid. After camp at the Louisville Ueun r.ro.ent : E. Consecration service were held In St.

II sl 08118. Ills close attention and pleasIng upon Mr. Serjeantson's furnish and place use as a winter lion. Robe W. Davis, member from the tttendlag\ to other matters of minor Importance II. Rice of Tltusvlllo, and W. J, Tucker Martin's Episcopal, church building at
ritou will Florida 2ud District, of Palatka; Senator the Board decided to meet al Fort i'lerce. ,
\ : manners are the secrets of his popularity visit of about a month to Jupiter on Sunday hut The church
as soliciting agent. home. After a James P. Tallaferro, of Jacksonville; hereafter on the Jlrst Tuesday In the On motion It wa agreed that a eolcctlnn handsomely decorated withlower.
will return toNew won very
\Robe Sound :Mr. Pitoti have Uncle Sam taken
and> many others. To nontb. be to defray' the line to
-Attorney Geo. M. Robbins, after York, where his father circles.Is quite The issiirn roe to duty In Florida Is not apunl.hmenC Cocoa sail Rn kludge are to IH'I' nnol- State: and (irand up Camp and $11 were altar being* by the a mesa ladle of, scarlet the erna hlblnou on the
spending a week or so at Miami, attending prominent In theatrical M I count
by any mean, >dated: with one new action) building. sontrlbuted. The Right Rev Win. Crane Gray., bishop
court returned here, on Saturday.Mrs. pink paper follows._____ this the grandest.wraate bv odd of the The Fort Piers school-house needs, It was' renolvmt that the next meeting: of South ".Florida wn usslsU/l by Arch-*
Robbins and Master Rufus after 13 state of. our Union which I have and will, a little later, have a suitable take place on July 4th and that quarterly of Tl'uvvlKn. Bishop
laacon it. F. Drown
III .
enjoying short visit with Mr. and Mrs. He Kid of Your .1.1 ted." addition, to meet the demand of rapIclly.gro..lol meetings then should follow nd be kept .
., hay preached a very Impressive sermon
F. Paddlton. at Baa Gallle and Mr. -
; arhool. of Veterans
also that of Son
( a '
and Mrs. C. T. McCarty at Ankona, ac- Prof. J. D. MacDonnell, of Little River jp should; be Instituted.camp rum the text Eboneller.

',ompanled Mr.Robbina home. will treat anyone of any disease Teacher Kxatn' I nation.OrriCE .

vH'iout: knife, surgeon or medicine for I Tax Notice. AVu 11 ted: Live Animals
Plan fUw dollars a month, by the Welt in er Co.8OPT. Pt-n. la.. 1COCKTEXAT To I'iiieupple Grower. 1 -
Pineapple Prof. MacDonnell a grad : FI.A. { ,
treatment. And Bird sand hill
Ux books will clone June 1, especially cranewRd
of Nevada The State Uniform Examination for The city
For sale Red Spanish, Porto Rico, uate of the Weltmer College hundred patients, IWbero will be held In Titusvllle. beginning IDOl, and all property upon which taxes I have In stock pineapple wrap and cats, bears and panther loud
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Jooth Cayenne Abakka and Egyptian ale, and the East has Coast.now Under this treat- I on Tuesday the 5th day of Jane, ire not paid by that time will be advertised rails, also a few thousand crates. Will prices paid for good specimens.Address .
Rouser E. CARTCH.
/oeen. Write for price., stating kinds long will and tad to continue three days If and ;arry stock during season. ,
MacDonnell treat nttcesaarjr.
and ment Prof. sold.M. I Manager Po'ti' K- >el %oo.
quantities O. f. PADDISOK,
JOilK"
disease Jon U. MAM, S. JR.,
wanted.C. to cure tar
absolutely guarantee Fla.] Palm Beach FJa.n .
T. McCAmr.Ankona, :Jla.. with which humanity afflicted. tlm4t Co. Supt. Pub. Ins City Tax Collector. Eau Gallle IJal ,



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."',. SENATORIAL CONVENTION DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION, Flue Lunches. SUMMER FORAGE CROPS.Beggar .

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:' It need a good chop, steak or anything -
At a regular meeting of the. Senatorial Call for the Second Cong nM.looal District you
t else In tbe eating line, do not fail,
Democratic Committee of the 13th { of FlorId., a*Oalneevllla, Tae*.<.Uy,
senatorial
If not
'" AT when In St. Augustine to go to Orange Weed Cleaned Seed 35o: lb., postpaid. 25o Ib. prepaid.
' District of Florida held May eA. 1000.
. V Tntga pursuant nowcH Lunch and Oyster Booms cornerof 15o if not prepaid
, J> Uc. to at West Palm the Millet-Pearl or Cattail 2So lb., postpaid : Express.
Beach
{ notice on The Democratic party of the Second I Cathedral 'the bridge.
place near
28th day of April HKX), at which a quo- Congressional District of Florida will I Millett German, 2c<> quart, prepaid: lOo quart if not prepaid. Express

rum of said Committee was present tbe Kaffir Corn, Sorghum and Broom Corn, 20o prepaid; lOc If not prepaid, Express
hold The Gem Barber ,Shop.
a Congressional convention at
following proceedings were had: Rice, White Upland and Golden, 20o qt mail lOo qt $1.50:; bu. Express.Cow .
On motion It was ordered that a Senatorial .- Gainesville Florida, on Tuesday May
Convention In and for tbe 13th: Artistic Hair Cutting Shaving Shampooing Peas, Clays and Unknown, $1.50 bu. Wblppoowllls $1.60 bushel.L. .
22, at 12 noon, for the pl,1rl'Olle| of nominating -
(Senatorial District of Florida, be held at eta, Porcelain Bath Tubs with CAMERON. Seedsman
Fort Pierce In Brevard county Florida a Democratic candidate for Congress Electrical Baths attached. Everything

at 2 o'clock p. m., on Wednesday, the 8th from the Second district of Florida, up-to-date. O. P. HusTiiraTow Prop. 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
day of August next, for the purpose of and to transact such other business as 333 West Bay St., Jacksonville.

nominating a democratic candidate for before the convention.
may come
/Senator of said district and for the transaction Titusville Laundry.
of such other business all may The different counties of the Second GEORGE MARX. JOHN MARX.

6t come before the convention. Congressional district of Florida will send :Mrs. Oeo. Cook, of Tltuavllle, Is now

On motion It was further ordered that delegates to the convention upon tbe following prepared to do laundry work of evorydellCrlptlol' l.VI.A.R.: JBRC>S.

the vote cast in the various precincts basis of representation One del- \. All work guaranteed. ,
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throughout the district for the Democratic Leave your washing at G. F. 'Juren'scorner Wholesale Dealers In
candidate for Congress In the last egate for each 100 votes cast for the Democratic store, opnoslte ADVOOATK office. '

general election be made the basis of Congressional candidate at the GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE

THE KITCHEN GARDEN representation In said convention, and election In 1803 and one additional dele- Steamship! Tickets. ,.

.--- that each precinct be entitled to one delegate gate for the fraction In excess. thereof -

Oardenlna Mad En.,. and I'rufHablet for each ten votes, or a fraction when It amounts to fifty or more. The Two steamship tickets for sale; first 131-nd 133 East Bay Street and 6 and 8 Newnan Street,
.. over five so cast at the last general election class; Brunswick to New York and return -
)r lip t Date Blvthoda.' and that all new precincts be entitled counties under this rule will be entitledto ; cheap. Mallory Line. Apply to JACKSONVILLE FLA.

In giving some hint for an up to to one vote, and that on said basis representation as follows: ADAOCATB: Office, Titusville, Fla. !

hate farmer' garden where fruit and the various precincts In said districts bo Alacbua . . ,. . . . .11 --- ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY.
;vegetables call be produced at a minimum entitled to delegates as follows: Baker . :Notice of Sale of Stock.UNDER .
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coat nnd an much as possible of LaGrange, 32 votes, 3 delegates Bradford . . :. . . 8 m

the baud labor that makes gardening Tltusvllle, J11) 12 "tt Brevard . . . . .. ... 5 AND BY VIRTUE OF A POWER We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas;

disagreeable may be done with City PointItockledge 22" 2 Clay . . . . . . :3 to me made by William H. H. guaranteed genuine. We also carry a t\lI1Une of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want
away M" 6 ColumbIa. . .. . . . 7 Oleaaon 1 will offer for tale to the highest
and Give trial and will" be pleased.
W. the Oranges Vegetables. us a
11. Jenkins In Ohio Former Eau and beat bidder for cash upon your you
say : 211" a
Oallle Dade. . . . . . . : ,5 :! A. ,
We should obHcrve: some order In the Melbourne, 14" 1 Duval . . . . .;. .11 FIRST MONDAY IJf nt JUNE In, front D.,1900 of the MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.

location of the different crops and Ont Sebastian, 21" 2 iiii Hamilton. . . . . . 4 Court during Irouoe the leas door hour at Tltimvllle sale Florida three ; We only Sell] to Dealers.

:we want the early hardy! vegetable as Fort Pierce (J 1" 6 Lake . . . . . 8Madison ahnrea of the capital stock of the East Coast
much ns possible on one side of the Kden, 27".1": .. . .. . .. . 4 Realty Company of the par value of 'IOO ..ach..
plot In consecutive rowlI.Ve draw Fort Drum, 21" :3 "" Marlon . . .* .. .. 8 and will of certificate exi-nute to nnmb the purchaser M for said an stack assignment

our line across one aide of the plot and Narrows 12" 1 Nassau . .. .-. . .. . . 4 At the same time and place by authority of *

plant peas In rows three foot opart.lln oorglana, 7"" 1 "" Orange . ..; . . . 0 power of ale attorney to the from hiiihent Oeo.and O..best ileanon" bidder, I will fur John B. Stetson
Merritt offer for
at them with the garden drill by 24 :3 Osceola . . . . . . 3 cash U shares of the capital stock of the mime UniversityDELAND
Canaveral 13" 1 Putnam . . . . . fl I company, of the par value of *IOfl each and will
running It two or three times In a row llaulover, 1 St. Johns . . . . 7Sumter. execute an "assignment| of certificate. number 28,

and plant about three Inches deep. Ankonn, 8" 1 / . . . . . . 3 for said stock to the pureha..er.H. A. CURTISS.Ronnllll .

Plant the early and late varieties at. Ml ceo, 6" 1 Suwannee. . . .., . 5 Sc OBAIIAM Attorneys. FLORIDA. .

the same time for iiuccesslon. As tbe Itanyan, 23" 2 Volusla . . . . .. . 8 lIIay.211
:.vines: grow more noil can be thrown White City, 21" 2 "" Tbe'counties wlllselect| their delegates
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over their roots by uslug tho suitable Woodley lUallter's! Sale.UNDER ----r'-- !
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Malabar 1" 1 In any manner which may be deemed P' .. EIIIAPiHtil
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attachments for the horse or wheel cultlvatora. > LI
Total forBrevard -- best by tho people acting through the .
Most of the will AW BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE '
crops we q
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Co. 642 : P5 delegates. I ,, ,: -, .1: r
the entered In the Circuit
party organization as recognized by and Bale ,
with
plant snlllclont between
thorows I
apace Court for Brevard County on the sard: i :
to use the horse and cultivator, last Democratic Congressional conven day of May, Wim, nit II supplemental decree j. : : "
and for the garden I would! tae some St. Lncle 12 votes, 1 delegates entered lutliea&iue. cause on the \27th day of .
Lake Worth, 134" 13 tion.All April A. D. wnj; I will rail at public auction. In.
good make of 12 tooth cultivator with Lemon City 10" 7 Democrats are invited to partici- front of the Court house door at Tltuavtllo.,

:very mail teeth. Cocoanut Q've 67" 7 pate In the selection of delegates thereto Florida during the legal hours of Bale, upon the f ii R+
FIRST MONDAY IX JUNE, A. D. 1900 Iii 1
In rows about five Indies apnrt we I Jupiter, 46" I 0 including those who have become qualified to the highest': and best bidder for cash the fol- 1 ,f4 v M I 0

ow with the drill lettuce radishes Ft Lauderdale 12" 1IS to vote since the last election. lowing ilencrlbKil, roal..tate.. situated at bc1ell. .
turnips beets tiplnach salsify, parsnips Miami 180" in the County of Brevard, and State of Florida,
The chairman and secretary of each to-wltt on the North line
carrots and plants In lillls 3 1 llypoluxo, 1 formerly
by
or...tract of land owned by Thoniaa E. I ,
convention will send +
E. S.Crll1. rt
feet cabbages and cauliflowers. I Delray, 1 county to Hibben and at the water line of St.Lucia Bound 7 'N iV
would advise buying n hill dropping Pompano, 1 chairman, Palatka a written or hence MIn"onth 87 degrees went along': the non I,
Ojus ;. I line of Bald Hlbben'B tract now the property of
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acid drill, for with It we can plant iced Cutler printed copy of. such delegates n* a'e R..1. hanli.Ki the rltthtof way ot the Florliln
In hills when It In desired. All these 1 elected to the CnngrenHlonal convention.X. Last' Count Railway' run thence: Nortliwtwterlralonirtha
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Total for Kant line of the right of way of Bald For Doth Sexes. This Soholastio
mentioned can be planted as early as I Dado Co. 1i21" 67 delegates S. CRILL, Chairman.J. Railway some B W chain to the Month line of a Year Began
tract of land bought i by O. A. Rolilnnmi from W.
the ground can be worked In the I On motion I tIll I ordered that the various D..CALLAWAV, Secretary F. Klchardn, thence' run North 67 degrees East" October 3rd.. Send: for Catalogue,
nprlng.. Later when the weather gets precinct primaries held or two be held, along; the, :South line of the tract houirht oftlchnrda
warmer we can plant the corn and I to elect delegates to the above I 'and along! ; the South line of the Church College Academic, Normal Art and Music Departments. Large commodious
I convention -If you are In search of bargain, lot; to the waters,, of St. Luole t Sound, run thence
beans with the drill and after'dangerof be ordered and conducted by the read the ADVoCATE columns carefully. generally South 23: degrees Kant: but meandering Dormitory buildings with
Sound 6 ) chains, perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian! water, etc., Insuring -
frost Is over transplant! the tomatoes same l precinct officers, and by the same the waters edge of St. Lucie ::ft

peppers; And, eggplants and plant methods as the County primaries In said -Impure water Is the cauiteof much with more the or less dwelling, 'n>the house point, out of hei buildings inning, together and; liurovemenu.thereou. perfect healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout; ; faculty of 23:

melons cucumbers and In districts are held, and on such da'es and trained and
squashes between such bourn said officers sIckneHS. Remedy this by /getting a flue A A. STEW AUT. experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue containing Information.
rows three to six feet apart, according as precinct. filter from Claude Walton Tltusvilie." BI|>eclal. Master in Chananiy Address.
the shall or shall have directed.On J. F. FORBES, President.
to
space they need motion tie Committee adjourned. ___n... .. .
Early In the spring we should. ] pro- --- -- --------

paro n need bed, for sowing celery In FKRD'K: S. MousE:, Secretary r

.the open ground and! this may be H. A. HODGES.:...

transplanted! to the plot where the early The ancients believed that rheumatism Prepared Manufacturer of

peas were grown Put nil tile crops wns the work of demon within a man. II ,
In Any one who has had an attack of sciatic .Cypress and Yellow Pine
as long rows as possible' and have/ .. Lumber...
no beds, In the garden, but use sections or Inflammatory rheumatism will agree 2 and
of row for those vegetables which are that the Infliction Is demoniac enough to 3-p1Y ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.
warrant the belief. It has been and Roofing Any one their
crown In small quantities. With never Asphalt contemplating shedding pineapples or oranges or building in-
everything claimed that Chamberlain's Pain Balm Gravel. any part of Florida, would do well" to write for prlcs. The saw mills are located
In rows BO as to work the would caNt out demons but It will cure .. at Buffalo Bluff near PaUtka, on the J,, T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any

plants either with the horse or hand rheumatism and bundled bear testimony :Et..ea dyP"Cr1Jse.: part of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
cultivators! we are able to dispense to the truth of this statement.

with the greater part of the hand work One application relieves the pain, and .--- --- ------

that was done In Oho old fashioned gar this quick relief which It afford* Is alone Building and Lining Papers, ESTABLISHED 1880
den worth ninny times Its cost., For sale by

Those vegetables Hint remain all druggists and medicine dealers. .
perma Roof Paints Creosote Oil :Bond
Gently In the ground/: as asparagus, Lumber: Co.

rhubarb and horse radish should bo on ,

a separate plot ns we do not want Entire fur Fnahlnat mantles Rctlov and *tricots. are Black Varnish, etc. Manufacturers of and Dealers In

them where the ground Is plowed every .
worn an outdoor
year. The supply of pen, beans quarter length prevail garments.In the beautiful Three- Write for Catalogue. Samples Prices etc. LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING

and sweet corn should be large enoughto broadtail, sack coat, which some ,
furnish the table nil that can be J
used In their season and with a liberal Inches: 1 below tbe waist have' an added" TIlE ARMITAGE MANUFG CO. Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
flounce headed' by a rouleau of tbe and Vegetable! Crates. Vfo solicit correspondence.
surplus for canning. These are so easily fur.

grown with little or no hand, labor () Saw Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at
In spite or all other furry attractions 32() to :I30O WllUnnisburg Avc., IUCIIMOND'VA.Watches DeLand and
and are BO desirable that no farmer'sfamily Titusville.

need liu In want of palatableand the sealskin coat bold Its own ._ .- -. -
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bravely.A .
nutritious vegetables. There may
pretty bow for the balr I I. made FOR $3.20.
to a large extent take the place/ otml'nt .
of white lace Insertion
with a scalloped AND
during the summer, especially the Jewelry.
peas and beans which are rich In protein Irregular edge and a little more ,Sent to us by Express, poetof lee order or New York Exchange, we will
than an Inch wide. It 's 1 wired In the send by
Lima beans/ lire one of the most you_ Express CHARGES PREPAID,
delicious vegetable In the center and arranged In two loops
and] are easily grown grown If we garden use- spreading each way from a close knot The old established Watch and Jewelry business THE GOLDEXALIOATOH FOUR FULL QUARTS '

wire, for a support for them Instead of and bent In a waved effect has removed from the old stand, 5 West Bay street Of the Celebrated .

point. I would advise using wire netting Tbe plaited gowns, especially tea to -117 West Bay street on the same side of the .tr..et. In the Seven-Tear-Old
for a support for the vines of the gowns In pure white are made very
tall growing peas.Vrntllatlnic oft falling with long pointed trains, Travelers' Hotel block. Established in 1873.. Address Calhoun Pure Rye

bodice and skirt In one, with winged Whiskey

Hacked Fodder shaped sleeves. The underskirt of ..J.O-C-JS: I.: S':IeJESeJ:: : :: : :::: : S ..

I wish to tell your readers of a cheap oft satin baa Innumerable deep lace mentt. SSISS et It PAC'KAOEI'and Ie"t '!.It III itmis tint eatletactory (which wl1\ "...nf,1 an oom
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417 WEST BAY STREET return It
flounces. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. refunded. : at OUR F..JtPEN8J1: and
and simple yet very useful device for nor BI.jrI:, lt ltI hand: :':: tire ; This Whiskey' la a.Food aa any SA no galls in the market.
( QUICKER Ufel.IVKRY .
bessn doin1 this yon I ll tan We bare
preventing bunked fodder from heating -- _. In city at th....,.. Atand ror .
The Pn That Chances Not. IWSIBffilTY'AVD: *"' IS YEARS, and .. to W RE*
I Inked a friend who had his UTATION for honest' "e HnB,we refer
yon to any merchant here or to
full the editor of
Ah. m many a y'ar baa flown' this paper.
corn husked and shredded by a travelIng Two decode If a day*. / T. D. GIBBENS
bu kl'r. Although the fodder was Since tint 1 HW that tic., end I.Al. SOLOMON & LEVI,

by no moans dry when put In the mow ... am srowinr gray 1028.t\ 1030: First Avenue,
And bald mad ,.t, .. d.naa and dirt P. O. Box No. 33. '
It Is now perfectly" bright and sweet. As then, It. crown of hairBurmounta HAY GRAIN BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
FLOUR GRITS MEAL BRAN COTTON SEED
My friend pucks his. shredded fodduk that fact which ahowt nb tree NOTICE r-W. Express
psi
Charges to "n
Of trouble, time nor can I point reached by "SOCTIIERJ* EXPRESS COM
as closely as possible In his mow. Finding PANY huttopoint.on lines ot other Eltp..8.: Companies we
prepay only to points wbereSouth.rn
after A day or two that It began to No cruel ......* feet mark the eye Meal Middling, etc. etc. I Exoreas Company tran.ten to eald other Express. Company ,
heat he hi I '' ,"
went to forge and made Baa upon through apera '

,d .'J quarter himself a Inch sort rod of harpoon Iron, with out a of booked three- That And That meta lo,countenance the\ tmlle roving, the bedecka tine aelfaam lane.aywl.;..U.. Depository for Cumberland Mills Flour, Grits and Meal. CKAS.:: :a JC- :tMI: & co. ,

point nnd curved handle. This. he Th. eheeka are dimpled ..III. HIT. ate W B.y 8C.. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
Th. teeth Intact 'Ua fact Agent for the Celebrated CANOPY patent Hour.
plunged l Into the mow as far a* he Oh. a ,
Time'l ... here nil I
oonQu. are
could reach anti drew It out thus pullIng -
Get my Price List To Dealers only.Tw .
out a few handfuls, of fodder and Here nauKhtt. surrendered to &I.. yeara
.' making a ,vent or airhole. Into the Nor tithe nor tribute paid;
If,* .brat ....10....'. early bloom ID. CKEIBIEBIOIfcTS:
mow He did this repeatedly until the Lone ,.... moo did fa.... ,
beat went down, which only took an And atlll untouched bjr time I aee Office and Warehouses near the Viaduct.
hour or two. Any one can ninki sucha While I crow old and .. ; .
tool In a few minutes 'If he baa a That amlllnc face In I.. old place JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. 1rr
Oa a cc lido a... ..
forge a* every farmer ought/ to have. Beaton. Olobe. -
If not, a blacksmith will make It for a ESTABLISHED 187ft. o -
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tew cents. This device may be a r
veryold
one. At any rate It U new to me. I consider It not only a pleasure but a \JV'O. .A. ZBCTCTIKS: :: S5
duty owe to my neighbors to tell about .. CO.
and niy friend thinks It I III an original the wonderful cure effected In my cane I

Idea and that It baa envoi his fodder, by tbe use of Chamberlain's Collo Chol. :
which otherwise would soon have become era and Diarrhoea Remedy I was taken -GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS.

musty, say a Country Gentleuan very badly with flux and procured a bottle
correspondent.JU of this remedy. A few doses! of It 0 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.We ,
effected a cure. I take WHISKED;
permanent pleasure handle the bout and most reliable Seeds. A
I only complete stock of flay S.eLVJitif1-' --
In recommending to others sufferlog
JU .esteem the favor If our from that dreadful dl etue.-J. W. Corn Oats Floor, Bran, Wheat Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright anti fi SPour -.. .*

readers, when writing or calling upon LYNCH Dorr W. Va. This remedy dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer: Co. .
advertiser to sold all and medicine dealers. Star Brand r rtlll""-ra-Oiukruitcwl AnaJvala,Orange tree and Vegetable Fertllfaor.Pare Ground
oar purchase merchandise by. druggist

Bom,Nitr.aSod..Mactateof roUMln Sulphate rnuab, Katnlt. cte. Then fertiliser.
bar
eIIo., would mention the ADVOCATE. superior In u..market,and trial will_"Inee. Seal for Catalogue fr**. no Full Quarts Delivered for S3.20.



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I HOW TO GROW ASPARAGUS.It !
= KIDNEY DISEASESare STATE CONVENTION. SPioc:3Ills
M. ROBBIMS. WAI.HB 8.GRAHAM. .
It rm Far the (Market t
BOBBINS A GRA.IIAMJ Grower and the Horn i.nlenr.Asparagus .
"C ll for Democratic
: State conven-
1 the most fatal of all dis Is one of those garden i
ATTOICTETS-AT-LAW tion to be held at Jacksonville, Fla.,
vegetable which always of Interest
are
eases. Tuesday, June 19! 1900.
OrriCKHouBs;-From 10 to 12 a. m., both to the private grower and tho f00W22v4B .'
"The Pemocratio of the State of
and 2 to 4 m.Tmrfl'vTLLK party
p.
market gardener. A brief statement
KIDNEY CURE Is a
Florida will hold a State convention at
Brevard
Co., FLORIDA. FOLEY'S Of the principal points In Its culture at
1'.O. !IOs.I08. Guaranteed Remedyor Jacksonville, on Tuesday, June 19, at 12 :
will practice. In aU the courts-etata and ted noon, for tho following purposes: thin season, whI1,111nny are planning
.r&1.I : for new plant lugs In spring ls found ;
special fAOllltlei for examining and perfecting .. money refunded. Contains "To choose delegates to represent th.. '
\ and U
appropriate byrIck's Magazine
l d titles. State In the national Democratic conven
remedies emi Y
by
recognized
- presented as follows: Not I
many year'ssince
tion to bo held at Kansas City Mo. of i.1t
on Tho derangements
L. GAULDEN the best for Y
nent physicians as the preparation of 1\ piece of
D July, 11100) ; to nominate candidates for tho fomala organism that
I Kidney and Bladder troubles. ground for raising asparagus, what
ATTORXEY-AT-LA'W the offices of Governor, one Justice of t
with extra deep spading or trenching brood all kinds of troublo
Will practice In all the Courts of the State PRICE 50<:. and 100. tlio Supreme Court, a Secretary of State,
and which
It. 1C.V1KMON and filling the ground with a great ordinary prao-
ot Florida and the United States Courts. .C:;; SUN.netnnrka Treasurer
Attorney-General, Comptroller,
1'.O Box,238. TITUSVILLE, FLA.Money .. amount of manure and bones, was considered tloo does not cure, aro tim
of 1'ubllo
Superintendent Instruction
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to Loan. a formidable undertaking and things that glvo
is way
vary
on the Silk: lint. Commissioner of Agriculture,: a Hiiilronil
In consequently but small beds'" of tho to E. Pinkham's
nil editorial In the Philadelphia Commissioner the term of four years I promptly Lydia -
GOLDSMITn, Saturday Evening Post HaydcnCar- 'plant were cultivated and the product Vogotablo Compound -
lV1. four Presidential Electors and four alternates
ruth Buys! that the slllc,, hut la getting was considered as n luxury rather than For catalogue 01ll11 price a to be voted for at the 'next
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW out of date. lie says that the burdenof regular a staple culinary vegetable. Tho more
State election and to transact suck Utorlno and ovarian B.W.JEROME,
living up to a Bilk hat Is greater rational and simpler treatment that

TrrusviLLB, .FLORIDA. than the average man can bear; that other business as may come before the bas since prevailed has caused: I Ito cultivation troubles, kidney troubles, Rock 1.111 go. Flu., Agt., for Urevard Co.

r to live consistently up to It a man must convention." of this healthful vegetable! to ulcerations tumors, un- Agent for

J. WEBB, spend at least" 1,000 a year. Many "The different counties In tile State be greatly extended. Notwithstanding. usual discharges, backaches Kattt Coast for tho Globe Gas Engines.

F. men have tried It, only to tall and die will send delegates to the convention upon but few prl\'tltellI1'11euli of suburban and painful periods

ATTOR' EY-AT-LAW ,' bankrupt. The silk hat In Mr. Curruth's the following basis of representation: residents and Innumerably fewer of -1'lenllo write us whenever you full to
thoso tho Ills that
opinion ought not to stand upon Oue delegate for each one hundred votes farm or country dwellers produce the aro receive the ADVOCATE.
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th the order of its going, but go at onC'el! crop and tho large markets demand a hang on and wreck health _------ __h n_ _
cast for the candidate tho State! ticket
: on
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents :
He doesn't know perhaps that It is still and and dis-
receive.
and rents and accounts collected. who received the highest number of votesat greater supply than they happiness -If you want good results. you will
very popular here in Georgia. Recently The different'varieties lit cultivation position. find tho A nvooATK an excellent advertising -
TrrtrsviLLK, FKOBIDA. at a little railway hotel the writer ,general: election of 1SDO and one additional under different names are all of tho I medium.

overheard the landlord: calling to bill vote for tho fraction thereof I name species, the differences lu character I I Lydia E. Plnkham'l Vegetable Compound I I -

D. PENNEY, spouse, ")Iarla. fetch me my hickory when It amounts to fifty or more. The being the result of peculiar soil -

A, striped shirt, my jeans britches an my committee has also allowed additional nod culture and of breeding nnd selec has wonderful record -
a
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW silk beaver; I've got to go an marry: a representation whore the vote was In- tion. "'I'h good culture one nmy bo

coupler': -Atlanta Constitution. creased at tho election of lr<<))3 in any sure of good results" with any of them. of absoluto euros of thoso

TrrcsvitMc, FLORIDA. T county for State ofllcers.! The counties Plants are easily raised from seals, troubles constant ;J I'6"JI'SSEEDS

A happy .I.dl"'I. and those who so desire can produce sorlos of successes for
Will practice In all the courts of tho 7th under this rule will be entitlodjto representation
Some few years buck a colonel comluaudlug their own plants by sowing the seedsearly thirty Thousandsof
Judicial Circuit. as follows: years.
some marl urn was much exercised lu spring/ In a piece of free fri

lu his:: lulud llli to how to deal Alacbua . .14 Leon . . .14Bradfordtt able rich soil, sowing the e'c.l..ln. drills women vouch for this.

A. WORLEY, with two of Ills wen who were continually Levy. . . .4 about 1V4 Inches In depth nail the rows Tholr letters constantly grow paying crop bm-nime they're I
GEO. . .
Baker..2 Liberty 1
Ugbtiug. Threats, puck drill and 13 or 18 Inches npart. Sow the seeda. appear In this papor hitch situ alwa". the be.*. For I
Brevard..5 Manatee. ..3Calboun..2
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. even cells were tried but were of uo Madison .7 thinly in Inch or two apart. To get ----- -- -- -- mile every.whnre. It niiMub.tltnU>*. I
General practice In State and Federal avail. No sooner were they free than Citrus..2 Marlon.DClay. strong plants about half of them shouldbe Stick: to ...rr)''. SMI!. and pronper. I

Courts. All business entrusted will they flew at cue another and were at It . . . .Monroe! . . 4 thinned out so they will Bland, two Now nail Not*.. WOO Hoed Annual hew Writ tut It. |

receive prompt attention. again with worse results than before. Columbia. ,. I I} Nassau..4Dllde. or three Inches apart. Hoe or cul- Ne Plus Ultra an English variety of D. M. FERRY CO., Detroit Mich.KIT" .

General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate At last be hit on a happy expedient.The . . . .4 Orange. .. 10Desoto.i tivate and keep the ground clean bean lit" highly commended by Amort-

Miami. next time the men were brought ( Oaoeola . .5 through the season. Good 1-year-old can Gardening as a late crop, dwarf.

before him be set them to clean all tbe Uuval . .... ,22 I'asco.,4Etcambla plants of one's own raising are, on the garden bean. : As an advertising medium no
!MIAMI i FLORIDA. . ,.,11 Polk . . .8
windows In the barracks one Inside whole the most desirable for planting Hohcmln.. where borne radish \Ie paper on the Kant Coast.can bent the
Franklin. ,2 St. Johns. . ,.7iadsden.7 trial advt.
Give
AUVOCATK. us a ,
the other out and neither tbe but If buys plants, and to perfection, the kind known as
TAMES ANDREWS, to go to ( Putnam . . .SSiinta out one especially grown and be convinced of the pink paper'.
next window till the other bad finish- Hamilton..4 Rosa . .R If they have to bo brought froma milliner or milliner kren. which ban worth.

ATTORNEY'ATLAW.Main ed. The 'ne: morning they started,, lleraando..2 Sumter..4 distance, experience bas shown that Just been Introduced Into the United

office and P. O., TIBBALS, FLA. and after glaring at one another for Hlllsboro I Suwannue . .8 strong 2-year plants are more reliable States Is considered superior to any t

Office) open at Ft. Pierce on 2nd and 4th three or four windows the gltuatlou become Holmes-. . . .3 Taylor. . . .J than younger ones. other. BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE
too ludicrous. They both burst Jackson . ..0 Yolusia,8Jefferson A light soil will produce a crop earlier On account of the largo amount of

Fridays of each, month out laughing and IUIbe..u good . . .14 Wakulla . .fl\ In the season than a heavy one, wafer roots contain cows on roots are
Notary Public State at Large. friends Lafaayette . .3 Walton . ,4 If
since.--London the market should
ever Answers. and grower possible never as thirsty lu winter time as they
Lake . .. . .7 Washington . .3
Lee..2 avail himself of this filet However otherwise would be.

STEPHEN E. FOSTER, any good garden soli If properly American apples are reported as Raining
FILTER YOUR WATERAND "The counties will select their delegates -
cultivated will produce good asparagus. a strong bold In the market of the

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, In any manner which may be con- In the case of a market gardenerInteneling chief cities of Germany.We TRADC MANKSJ' *
sidered best by the people acting throughthe DCSION
Room 420 and 423 Gardner Building AVOID DANGER to plant n cotiHldei-ablo area
organizations as recognized by be should select ground, that has been' want to draw the attention of CO."IQHTI. Ac.
JACKSONVILLE FLA.'SAMUEL ... ,.. ..,....- ..... ..... ..' "'."''' party AnvnnemnrilnB; a ketch unit ilraortpthin may
---- the last State convention. All Democrat under clean cultivation and that Is tree our numerous readers along the East quintal. a.earu.bi tttir opinion I free wlmlhvr. an.

T.SIIAYLOII, GORDON! R. BHOO.ME.CIIAYLOR No Store, Hotel, Boarding Hcnse or ResIdence are Invited to participate In the selection from weeds. and weed seeds, I In the Count, and throughout the state In )general .tlniiHMtrlfltlynoiillilitfitlitl.Invttiinnn.niilea"Idn.t.. l\. .prohahlf, nearfur.eeurtfypal.ntay fmlnnliihlifc. llHiiillMtokoil eonuuunl.a.' I'Ht.iiW.

shoald be without the AntU of delegates thereto Including those who fall preceding planting the laud can be to the advts. of the live and energetic ralxnt,* :tnkntl" thrmiiih:. Munn Co. r.o.lr
& BROOMS plowed deep and left In a rough state peaudmdta, wlthnuccher..InLieScientific I
"- have become qualified to vote since the business men who aro bidding fora
Germ Water Filter. during winter. Early In spring or as JhnericatL
ATTORNEYSATLAW."Will last election. share of your patronage In the columns
soon as the ground Is lit suitable condition ........ .,...
"The chairman: and secretary of each of the ADVOCATE. If are In need A unOnmoIr. Illnnfratiiit. .I,. T.' Mratlim -
practice In all the Courts of the to work give a heavy dressing of you III of any x'l.ntlU'l Imiriml' T.rnn, HI aearl
.... .
... .. .
four niuntbi" ,*U Hold brail .1.
convention the of line of
county heldjfor particular goml.tlle pink
purponeof old. well rotted stable manure/ and any
Office In Law
State. Exchange. I :
JACKSONVILLE!, FLA. electing delegates to the State convention plow It In. Harrow the surface untilIt paper will toll you the best place to buy &CO2etsrn.dw.yNewYorkUcoo .O : I !! !

I I I are requested to Bend to lion. W. A. la smooth and line; then with a plow them. Head! the ads .

t IlnwU Tallahassee Fla. furrows through the plot of .. -----
) I chairman a open ------- --- -- -- ----- --- -- ---- --- ------ --P"-
W. CRAVEN, about four feet apart. On
ground
F written printed oopyjof tho proceed
1.1 i or 1tSTABLISiiE1)1170.M. : \\ .
J soils the distance be greater
sandy may
I
ings of such county conventions, together -
----
DENTIST. I t and on heavy lands somewhat loss.
I 1I', III'I'I v- with a list of the names of the.county
I The furrows should be opened to ndepth
Castle Hall HI West ;. :: In which should be
Forsyth Streot.f =;; executive committee In
of least nine InchvH. the
". at Lane &
:.. Son
( :- designated the chairman and secretary of bottom of the furrow the plants. are to
JACKSONVILLE FLOIUDA. .
,
'I 1.1\ i such committee. be set from three to four feet apart.

'I r 1 u.!,IV Qi ii'W I'' l : "W. A. RAW/, Chah-man. It la best to take some pains In netting -
..' ll
GEORGE W. ALLEN, : I I' "J. C. COOPER, Secretary." tile plants and the best cultivators 232 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK

Water being clear and sparkling la no draw up a little mound of soil

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, proof It Is Well or cistern water with the band and set tile plant on It,
puro. Molding Wo.r..It Stratlahf.
KEY WEST, FLORIDA. that Is full of typhoid lever and malarial A soldierly and upright position tit I spreading/ out tbe roots lu all directions. Southern Fruit and ProducePINEAPPLES

germs may be perfectly clear.Is i Then draw on a little soil
Will and In
practice In the United States greatly desired by most boys
your drinking or cooking water I enough to hold the plant In place. Afterward -
and State Courts. OjunOS cleanse It quite an Improvement to any one, and
muddy or cloudy? Readily a ;portion of the soil on each
from all earth sand, Inducts or slime.Is very often when they fall short In this I, side of the row that was thrown out In oc:1.cl.1os1oc.:: ::: : : tMIoroho.c.: : ::

FRIES C. E. the water you use bad smelling or respect a friend will accost them wltb I making the furrow can be turned In by .

J.O. tasting? Is It too much trouble to clean the remark, "Why. If you walk like I mean of a one horse plow from which : A SPECIALTY Stencils, Cards, and our quotations furnished on
COUNTY SURVEYOR. out the cistern or well as often as shouldbe thin now what will you do when you
has been removed. The
? Is the drainage from house stable : the moldboard application.
are my age? at tbe came time giving
Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. dangerously near your water plants are to bt set no Unit the crow
or privy the shoulder.
him sounding slap on
anxious? a shall bt from four to six Inches below -
for
Mapping neatly done. Estimates supply, so as to make you that :
all kinds of engineering works. Disputed Have you had typhoid or malaria in jour But perhaps they, are not aware soldier tbe level surface. In light null a deeper(
the smartest
lines family lately and realized that the water no one. not even covering Is desirable than In heavier
a specialty used may be rexponiiible for It? Then In the army can hold himself perfect ground. Careful cultivation In to be

TITUSVILLB, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. get a LITTLE BROWN JUtt FILTER ly straight. Just you try It., Place given the plants and the ground kept

at Its low popular price, and you are your right leg against the wall and entirely clean 'la making small garden
all Impurities. lift left foot from the ground.Can .
safe. It will remove then the P
be done with
the work
beds ran
R S. BURUHAM, M. D. !JdT"Tliey are very cheap, and will last you do It and keep straight? No. spade and hoe.

a lite-time. When writing for Informs- You fall over every time.
J rh
In tbe garden It Is a good plan to
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, lion pleoxe Inclono st.imp. All orders I y hn
beds five feet allowing -
cash. make narrow wide..
be accompanied by
Ear, Nose and Throat. must A Brldar of K.I.... a space of two feet between the
For full particulars, apply to the agent This Is an easy trick which looks dUn beds for a walk, the rows to run .-1 t

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. CLAUDE WALTON, Tltusvllle Fla. cult. To form It you place three tumblers lengthwise of these beds two feet

at right angle. and ask some one apart three rows to a bed. I the outer .

D,R. HOUGUTON'S The Largest and Most Com (who doesn't know how) to make abridge rows one toot from the margin.As .
t U t
4 oI
plete Establishment( South. with three dinner knives by many as these narrow bed an

FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS placing them across. without any sup may be needed ran- be mode side by

the' Deatos GEO. S, HACKER & SON, port except at the ends which rest on Ide. By preference they should run e
on ( )
overturned tumbler Of
the course north and south.

Now AT PALM BEACH. + he will say they 'will full down In the An piparagus, plantation xhonld b. :Jt.J.r.OR

I middle however you place them but well supplied annually wltb well rotted .
this Is not so If you are careful to over- stable manure or mineral fertilizer -
"HOW TO DO BUSINESS
lap all the tip so tbat they form a distributed In furrow run inch aide

OR THB kind of letter A where they meet In of a row. The application of stable The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one Inmate .

Secret of Success in Retail Merchandising, tbe center. It Is an Interesting experI- 'manure ground bone 'txinenient. acid seventy years of age, who has been in the Infirmary for three years
ment la balancing. and muriate of sulphate. of
phosphate
-ny OEO. N. )(eLE Y.- potash can l>. made to best advantage a great sufferer from Indigestion, and has been taking Ripans Tab-

The! rreatlm Mont C.>on inprehen llnnlnmn"tY and,Practical.How to Cod 8ucr l Valuable ...-- .....f a ttrlllr.. early ,In the spring before growth ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that'he is

fully A taxi Do" itl book ever of pullU practical helt.hinU. rul. and example The microscope !tins revealed many start. Nitrate of soda I III air extfllear never without them. He Is willing that his name should be used in

*of ouch rare value that everyone, no matter wonders, among others. that the com fertilizer for asparagus, and It has
how old and experienced, cannnl but derive lrla"ws0 caterpillar baa 4.GOO muscles In been found best to apply It at three a testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other personto

while aheoluce, the and yonmc pOllI 1v.novice value It from I I.a lit band teaching book and his mon body: that the drone bee.* eye different tluie during the amen-ear' try them. A second old gentleman, In the same institution,
(
treaiiiir r' 2*1 Grand of indispensable value.Kent* Wanted. Full MANUFACTURERS OF each contain 1.30O mirrors, and that ly, or In March and again In May' and.nnnlly ). eighty-four years. of age, has had liver trouble for many years and i
Aitnnt Inc1Udingthe of the brilliant after the crop tins been gather:
ontnt. 'a boon, on receipt tbe large. prominent eyes '
"t.l. R.wok ..iu K, every toraknenxr, in all Doors, Sash Blinds, dragon fllvn are each furnished ed. No .shoot are to ,IK rut for OlIO ormarket finds that R'1'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have tw.

Una. 1-o.tpal.l. on receipt of*J. AddreM Irnw nntll the spring of the second there thirty of the other forty-two both suffer I I
LJEirrKRSlWf! JACK90N. with 28.00O polished nurses one years age, ;
its' Dearborn.trmt, Chleatto, 111. Moulding & Building Material. ,,,ar.an.1 i then only the strongest pours
i -- are to be cut. from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nerve t t.usness.

::lP- Subscriber :your attention ls drawn Office: Warerooms. King, opposite Epidemic: of AVIiooplrif Cougli. -- They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they
to tbe name-and-data slip pasted upon Street.Charleston Last winter during an epidemic of Vnrl.IU. .. !...I......
Cannon /
have in their pockets. The matron also state
your paper or wrapper. If you are ID whooping eougb'my children contracted For forcing purposes lirnnd Hapfd always a package

arrears please remit. S. C. the disease, having several oouglilngipell of the loose growing and' Tennis Hall that she is forty-five years of age and at times suffers with indigestion

*. We bad used 1 Chamberlain'sCough or Kuwson's hothouse of the eabbngb and of belching and finds that UM
Marriage P ap'er....,.S.V.Tboaianda ;'. Cord and Remedy very successfully for beading sort have given the most satisfactory causing pain paroxysms ,
of advenlMr* to ."... Sash Weights, croup and naturally turned to It at that result at the Michigan st.V- Tabules are very good indeed and is pufectly"wWIni to have her
AI fruit WeallhT .lron'. Introdae relieved the
p time and found It cough '\
lJoD Pormat and renanal. IllOwoK name used In a testimonial.
? ad t... to ledl_. Sample oopf evj Hardware. allll effected a complete cure.=Jons! K.CLjrronr tlon.All
=.., *OCIALAME5IOART.I.de.OhiwGreat Proprietor Xorwood House, Saon) Half Century landrethEarliest WAIf'n.D "_ "" "A_ __ .-
_ Glass Morwood, X. Y. Tbl* remedy I. for Italian ,Ice. MltDpnon' Curled I t.--: -- :: :-r';; -i----:' =':':::' "- -=5
Dig Ml. aAMPLEenMe1otltl..udn..nIN..II1)tOP", .). WiMow and Fancy ale by all druggists suit medicine dea- and Wonderful are recommended for _C"-s:: : da __ _____ id -. '

.'u1M....._ _, _receipt of iN. t.r .......n'T.I.4 A SPECIALTY. e,.. outdoor growing./ ._ T,I
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-+ INDIAN RIVER-ADVOCATE. -KJLWBBKI.V THE NEWSPAPER.- Indian River Real Estate Agency


: JOOXAI. DBVOTBD TO TH. DCVKIorMKirr /- Ilow.the ancients managed to exist
or TBS IXDIAIC alUM, L.*a. TITUSVILLE FLA.YOU .
without the news of the day, is ,
.
sAV.EOTIOarLPUaUBRED
WOKTH A t>BIHOATHB
a source of wonder .to the preeent

EVERY FRIDAY. generation. It hardly seems possibly would do well if you have property to sell and want It advertised In this
that the great dailies, contain. paper, free of cost to you, and put In the hands of live men, to write at once to
CJLIBLK H. -WALToy, Editor & PalitlNtiarIMiMjontlBimncs ing the news of the world, are not this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public.
much more than half a century old. By: Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency. Why not
of fcdvu. must Iw wade perMlly -
.. at Ihli.offloa or by writing. There were papers, of course, that yours.PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to 1000..
antedated the 19th century, but ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.00 per acre.

Check,etc.,mar be made payable to CB ABLB* they would be regarded by the people Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mllo north of Eau
B. Wil/ros/ ,pnMlnher aDd proprietor. of to-day as burlesques. on present Gallie; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price,, $1,000. I
journalism. Telegraphy is the ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 60 miles south of Tltusville. Will pay $1,000 this i
Addr. all communication to year and $2,000 next. Price, $7,000. ,
life of the and
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE:, newspaper, consequently HAMMOCK LANDS, near Tltnsville, from $5 to $25 per acre.
TITOHVII.I.B FU>nn>A. the dally paper cannot be One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2} miles west. of Tltusville, good lor

---- -- .- -- said to be more than fifty years of pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $550.00.:>> *
age. As it is, the events of the
17. S. Department of Agriculture
world, as they transpired a few

Weather Bureau--Jupiter, Fla. hours previously, are distributed Absolutely Pure Jas :B. :Sours

The following is a comparative state over both hemispheres the man ,
ment of temperature and rainfall for the who turns the soil, as well as the

week ending Tuesday, May IB,.1000. Wall Street magnate, Is acquaintedwith For the third of the x3CLy'rcaln: Food, :Flour,
woo1809
all the important issues of the a century
X>ATB. HAX. MIN. MAX MIW.f SEED MEAL.,. NEW GARDEN
GRITS MEAL AND COTTON
81 10)2\ (W day. As an educator the newspaper standard for strength and purity. It ,
10 HI() 70 KJ: 70 is without a parallel. Every SEED ARRIVING FRESII ALL THE TIME.
11 79 70 1W 70 financial discussion, every scientific makes the hot bread hot biscuit
13 78' 71 8(1( 71 Investigation or discovery, Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless to man or
13 70 74 8(1( 71 every
14 77 73:' 85 7a: remarkable theological evolution, cake and other pastry light, sweet bea. t.. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write quotations. .

15 70 71 81 70 and every striking debate on political and excellent in Lowest cash prices.
Total rainfall for the week .80. economy are all faithfully recorded every quality.No .
Departure from normal rainfall for the in the newspapers, along other Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE,.FLA.

week: minus .47 Inchon.. Departurefrom with a thousand\ and one other matters baking powder is .- -
normal rainfall since January 1,
plus 6.01IDohel. of general interest. Those who "just as good as Royal either in
WELSHANS
HAI,. P. IIAHIHN, Observer. are well up with the news of the CHAS. N. ,

-" day need not feel uncomfortable I .strength. purity or wholesomeness.

BREVAKD county) Is forging ahead any persona society. By the phrase"the

now. Pineapples are moving. news of the day," we do not CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER.
mean merely! the different events as ManylowpricedImitation: : : bnklnff powderare ,
upon. the market. TheM are made with alum,
they transpire, but a clear and BUI! car nhoulil be taken. to avoid them,ai alum .
THE Savannah News In a recent studied conception of the causes It a poison, never to be taken ia the fuoU.BAKIN Agent for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.
Issue says some very nice things l I'
which led to the'events.. For
up
about Mr.\ II. M\ Flagler, and the Instance the whole civilized worldis I U- Write for Samples and Prices.
beauty of it is that everything it 0 ROYAL '" POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.
that the Boer Britfeh
has said is true. We have never aware war Old 'Phone 8. )v\ 218 E Bay Street,
i is in progress, but how many could COUNTY Tax Statement.Tax .
known of any man with the wealth politics are beginning to
give an intelligent account of the JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
that :Mr. Flagler possesses to show warm up to a considerable degree.
uoh a broad spirit of benevolence causes which brought about the Candidates are numerous and ag Statement for month of April, ---------- --------,---------
war? The man who reads for the "Let tell 11MK), for taxes assessed and levied for the
he has shown. How unfortunate gressive. me you something" -
as sole purpose of satisfying his... curi- year 1801)), as per Section; Chapter 4115,
that there are not more men like or "I have something for Laws of Jo'iorida. McMurray Baker
will receive that education
osity never -
Henry M. Flagler. you" can be heard on all sides. Of Collected Amount yet to ,
which is within the power of baa the April, I'ton! be onlleated.
course every man utmost Co. Rev.-Gen. fund, $1,03291: $ ,OOJ,2U:
the to bestow. :Make the
press confience in his win.
TilE Boer envoys are being en- schoolmaster and ability to School 2,410.14 ((1,234.12: 220 and 222 East hay St. Mohawk Block. Jacksonville Fla.
newspaper your Road & Bridge:; (Co) 1.4III.U8 3,752.47:;
tertained by the Boer agent in mind for the absorption : Mine & Forf'lire" 211.01 625.42: -
prepare your IT ia not always the man who s Headquarters for-<
different parts of the United States. of all that information which o Special Road (ills.No.2)) 25(1: ( .HI 8IW.01!
Chronicle the does the most talking that makes .. 719.00 :
The Daily mean- ( 5) 2,020.00
Bays
will useful future
to on
est English town would not have occasions.prove A scientific you, religious, the best occurs impression.that he It who very main.frequently Polls, (School Fund) 2.15.00: -074.00Total Wagon Material, Vehicles, Harness, Bicycles

dared to have cheered .n Spanish and an all round good daily paper 7,211.1S,:; $10,11)0.20
tame a golden silence or speaks advisedly and Sundries."KELLY" .
delegation during the American- will\ cover the entice field, and sup [REAL] A. A. /THWART: ,
Spanish war, all England's watch on subjects carries the Clerk of Circuit Court.
ply with all the current information
you
SOLID RUBBER TIRES put wheels.
well American greater weight. I on you
dogs pretty (guarded; you could desire. Of courseIt
citizens arid their interests even at Science has found that rheumatism Is at short notice.
without that the
goes saying o TilE WHITE MAN'S BURDEN I Is usually caused by uric acid in the blood. This
the cost of certain' lives. county paper should accompany Indigestion, which means no appetite \polaon should excreted by the kidneys --
these periodicals for ignorance of sleeplessness, I Irritability, weariness No rheumatism with healthy kidneys.
OIIANOE, Dude, Oaceola and Bra.yard our own affairs is not to thought of body and brain. Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspeptlcfde Koley's Kidney Cure always makes them HAMMOND PACKING CO.
.
Is It aids
a new perfect our well. B. R. Wilson & Son.
counties have instructed for of fur a moment. Let us read more digestion, tone. and regulates the stom (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.)

Beggs for governor. This makes a and gossip J88S.STOCKING ach. V. It. Wilson Son. There is but one Chronic Dlaease specialist OUR SPECIALTIES :'
good showing for the next governor of note In Florida-Dr. Vincent, of
and as Volusla and Lake are Please mention the ADVOCATE when Jacksonville. Write him, for symptom "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon

regarded as reasonably certain to FLORIDA WATERS.Fish o writing____advertisers.____ ____h____ _.______blanks._______._h ___ ___ _. _____ __ "Coin Special" canned meats.
cast their ballots for him on June -- "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.

the 10th, we can confidently repeatour Commissioner, J. Y.,, Detwll- "Calumet" leaf lard.
statement, that :Mr. Beggs will er, has inaugurated a movement The Vitals

receive a majority' on the first, bal. which will certainly meet with the Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .

lot. Go It Jim, we are with you. approval of every citizen of Floridn. < compound lard, sausages .

Under the auspices of the Fish and all Packing; house Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

TUB 66nvetitlon held in TituivlUe Commission, of Florida, Mr. Det. (InsIdes) ---. .
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on May the 15th, for the ostensible wiler has distributed over two mil

purpose of electing delegates to the lion shad in the fresh waier riversof WILLIAM CLARKE SANITARY

State and Congressional Conven- Florida, and also quite a numberof Of Our Clothing. ..... PLUMBER.

tions was a very harmonious body, carp in the lakes around DeLand.

There was little or no wrangling, The fish Industry has proven to be Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Kooflng.ISbeet

and perfect good humor prevailed one of the most paying institutions Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs, Water Clos

among the delegates. The convention in Florida ; consequently we are eta and Wash Stands. Copper vessels of all) kinds and
insldes of
This is it Illustrates the our
diagram interesting Oil truly
instructed for Beggs for Gov. gratified to note any steps that have :,

ernor, Lamar for Attorney-General, been taken to increase this buelnetl garments. Probably you never knew before that there could be no descriptions- re-tinned. \

and Davit for Congressman. The shad is a very marketable fish, much detailed work in clothing. In ordinary makes of clothing

and as many can testifyan uncom- ia not substantial 37 Forsyth St. Jacksonville Florida.
there Is not, but then clothing not made in this way ,
monly palatable one. Our fresh
IT is a marvel to us why tourists ,and will not give satisfactory! wear. You may be sure that all
water streams unlike the salt water
,
do remain with the
not through
of What us rivers, are in constant need of replenishing this detail work In our clothing l is not put. there without good
month May. delightful
as they have no great reason. It's there for the best of reasons, to-wit: The shaded part SOUTHERN
days and nights we are experiencing TILE FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
at this time If there Is any bodies of water from which to restock around the armhole( Is felt padding, to give perfect shape to the

other state in the Union that. can The St. Johns, Halifax and shoulder. The shaded part running from the top to the bottom of .

how a grander climate than Florida's Indian Rivers, of course,! can never the coat is linen" to which all and other details are Wood
be canvass, pockets Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
impoverished to great extent,
up to the month of June we any ,
have not yet had our attention call. because the Atlantic ocean, which securely fastened. The narrow strip you see along the edge of the ?.-

ed to the fact, Stay with us longer, feeds them, is inexhaustable, but coat on the left Is the silesia button stay, to which buttons are '.'

the fresh water courses) are not lowell fastened the cloth and silesia.; .. The strips Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick
friends, and bo convinced! of the or sewed, through canvas .....
truth of this statement. provided for, and re-stocking fastened to the corners of the pockets supports and keeps the pock
them with choice varieties of fish
Is a very sensible and practical pro. ets from sagging. These are the main features of good clothing Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262.
THE removal of the State
Capital ceeding. There are other varietiesof making and that's why we unhesitatingly guarantee our clothing J. K. MUNNERL'TM. General Manager.
is the mind con.
exercising public
siderably at this time. The lIon. fish we would be glad to see Introduced to be perfect lit tingMind\ you not temporary good shape, but --.- -

Frank Clark and other prominent in Florida waters, as an lasting permanent shape. No doubt you are interested in clothingof
experiment via : the rock fish, and
citizens are taking an active Inter- this sort, and would like to continue the investigation further. 0. L. KEENE.
what is known in some of the other ..
est in the movement. The ADVOCATE Southern States as the redhor e. If Nothing would please us better than to do a little ripping to show

has favored the removal of these varieties exist in Florida, we that these features are really there. 'You will also note, on Inspection Dress Goods
the capital to Jacksonville for some Trimmings Millinery Notions
years and consequently feels gratified are not aware of it, but that they that our prices are no higher than those asked for ordinary ,
would ,thrive hero we have no reason -
know that there is clothing. Laces, Gloves, Umbrellas Art
to a probability disbelieve. They are Goods, Hosiery, Corsets.
of Its removal. should very

anyone south of Jacksonville Why oppose gamey to,anglers and besides, are affording unusually pleasure fine Prompt attention paid to all orders.This .

it? for table any use.movement We are that glad has to for record See Our Elegant Line of Hats, Shoes and Shirts. one of the oldest and most reliable houses in Jacksonville. All the latest

A NEW soap factory ia to be located its object the advancement of the Patterns and Style.
in Jacksonville at Hats and Caps in all the newest and latest blocks and patterns. 101 Weet Street
an early fish industry. Bay corner of Laura, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
day. This gratifying news was Men's and Boys' Shoes in all grades. Trunks and Valises at prices

given out by the Times-Union and within the reach of all.

Citizen, in its issue of May 11th. OCR now road skirting the riverto Also the banner line of Ladies, Misses and Children shoes, all new
Every citizen in Florida should feel Ilardeeville, will be shelled as WATCHES CLOCKS
and factory made, prices the lowest consistent with good material. ,
the deepest interest in this move- soon as the F. .t;. C. R'y.. can deliver -

ment, as nothing can so thoroughlyand the shell. When completed it
Examination will show that our stock Is especially strong in style, Jewelry Diamonds
quickly tone up the financial will be one of the prettiest roads in a r a a ,
status of a country as factories. South Florida. We cannot too. besides being unequaled in variety,and first In favor because of the ,

Now that the work has begun let strongly urge good roads; they will High Grade Quality. Always pleased to show our goods, we art .ter a, Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Presents,

us persevere in trying to induce help us in more ways than one, and Yours to serve, Waltham Watches, etc.
other manufacturing institutions that community which can be satisfied J.

to come to Florida. Our old and with its old sandy roads will Store .. _.._._ FIli6WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING

respected friend, Mr. Joseph Richardson soon be left far in the rear of its Eagle Clothing A SPECIALTY.

of Atlanta, seems to be the more progressive neighbors. Let Watch Inspector for Plant System, and also for Jacksonville A Southwestern By,

prime mover in this affair Successto us all unite' in encouraging good Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid on ;way. B, J. BILE,
: him. roads. Opposite the bank, Tltusville. FbA.
223 W. Bay St, JACUOHTILU,



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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MAY 18, 1900. I 5 '

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Proof Fort Pierce. CORRESPONDENCE tNVTKI>. STENCILS: YC1SNISIiEA s

1 Tho FERTILIZERS. rUse .
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'f fof .. High winds and rain 'IFa
the East.A. continue from the McCOMB & CO. "'

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; pudding :; : :M. Sample returned from Oak Hill, our Pineapple Brand if you want to meet :
:
;, last night, after a few days' visit among

'.,' friends. with OOO 'VV'ash:1n.g'tGD: : St. Now Yc:>rb: :... I ,

t.is In'''r X- ::1.., \' Miss Kingsley, the charming sister of success. t

f ,; Mrs. C. P. Pl.itts: has returned from a ...Make a Specialty of... .. ,:t I'I'

the Eaitiiig/., few days visit to friends at Jensen. '. ::

, Messrs. Klopp & Roylance contractorson GUARANTEED ANALYSIS:

the now Methodist church, havn completed Ammonia I .. ."...... ."".".... .."...... .. .... .............. 4to.l.orcent. ;:
their work and it Is an elegant Available. 'boephurlo'Acid.. .. .....!..........:IWPrice ,... ........ .. .. ".. ......... 6 to T p'"r rent. BEANS \ ., ,'
: structure, which reflects much credit on t-otaehlUO............"......... ................r..,>v.. ...... ... ................. 6 to U percent. ,
"TrySu these skillful workmen.. 111 111Rld
Saturday night; B.
$30.00 PER TON F. O. JACKSONVILLE "
it was tho scene of a brilliant assemblageto ; : '\\I'

witness an Interesting program, the .:

proceeds of which go to purchase paint Favor us with a part of your shipments, \
:
seats light, etc. Ice ci earn, cake and .A1 .
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ner'sCheese. strawberries were served to the crowd '
after the entertainment, and quite snug Largest dealers in fertilizing material in Wo won't ask you to continue If others beat us. ,:

sum was realized, which speaks well for .
'gyp
our community. - -- ":

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Mrs. Elizabeth Hartstone will leave, the State. "

this week, for a visit North with friends Photo Co.

and relatives. She stops a few days at ..--- Supply .. (
Daytona, and from there she will proceed ,
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-- -- -- to
>= Springfield, Ohio, and Moline, ri'od.
All olieerfullv I
Correspondence: : nn nv< : .
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Illinois. Mrs. Hartstone ta one of our .! Ivoclnlc Oo
Cocoa. ...-4sg- most prominent lady residents, and will
be very much missed from our circle, \;
Deans have pretty much quit moving though we know the change will benefit KB": Write for Special Pamphlet. The only house In Florida! devoting Its time to tho ,

her very much. We wish her God speed
the season Is about over. Pineapples I {
AMATEUR.OUR .
as will come next.It and a very quick return. Mrs. Harts tone & .
will read the pink paper regularly and LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER PHOSPHATE CO. SPltCIAITY-JO'Yelol Printing..
continues dry; a little rain would maybe she will not quite forget old Indian ,

help things along very much. Yet the River and the many warm, friends Give us a trial. No trouble to answer questions.
.
orange trees look.well. she leaves behind. .:Sacksor: .vi11o... Florida.::
01 King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

Miss Hazel Stiling spent Friday and Henry Klopp, the choir master, has se --------- ---.-- .-. --_. ----_.- ---. -.. .. ---- .-- .. ..
Saturday at Rockledge; visiting Miss lected his choir, choosing the voices that -

Alone Wilson last week. blend In perfect harmony with each other. Melbourne. Rockledge.

Fred Cooper ia down the river, at Palm Ills selection of the following sweet voiced ..THE COOPER & McKEE REFRIGERATORS., .
singers, shows that Mr. Klopp knows
Bench, with his houseboat, Seminole, ona
his business and cannot be too highly Mr. and} Mrs.( A. D. Baldwin left Sun.
cruise. Ills return is uncertain. ; GOODE A' ; C1OO1>K.-Renl Estate .and Ixiann. T' _---..-._
commended: Mrs. Prouger, organist; I Agent for AUni, Ijinilon .and Liverpool and day, for their home In Now Haven, Ct.
J. C. Shaw returned from Miami, on Mesdames: Stetson, Leo Alderman, F. Ulolw .and Imperial, Fire Inmirnnre.. Special
Monday, with his family, and will occupy Tyler and Miss Sumner I tanking,soprano; .attention paid. to the InteroHU of nonresident Hev. J. E. Mlokler was the guest of The only flr..t-olnsn !II','

his own property in north Cocoa. Mian Ella Hankins and :Mrs. Platte, alto; *. Mr. and Mrs. (I. N. Hatch, over Sunday.D. .
chests and wfrlgt-rntors
Rev. Mickler conducted services at the Edge Brothers, bass; Henry Klopp, tenor: By Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, B. Prltchnrd}, of Tltuavllle, was seen ; on
church last Sunday to fair Mrs. Prouger! will act as organist during In our town,Sunday: driving his line new
Methodist the pink paper of the East Coast, will be tlio market, with all flu '
the absence of Mrs. Hartstone North. horse.
audiences, both morning and evening.The received at the Melbourne rostoffice.
Mrs Uartstone
most
remainedfor
Section Boss, with his men, are at the entertainment at kindly the now Methodist Cecil Gideon, of Nashville, Tcnn" arrived lau'llt Improvements. '
Mrs E. W, Butler and Master Clarence last week and! will
work on the dock. New timbers are be. church, Saturday night, where she spend some
are visiting relatives In Ormond. time with his mother Mrs. J. 1 8. Coats.
the dock ,
in and generally
lug put repair. most ably led the musical part of the
ed by the F. E. C. R'y. program. Messrs. Oeo. Muriel and Will Parsons, Rupert Paxton returned Tuesday, CHARCOAL 8MKATH-

dwellers the of Jacksonville, were In town this week. from Uartow where he has boon attending .
It Is to be regretted by on
river that Dr. Charlotte M. Norton, who CURED A RUNNING SORE.-"I had Mr..Win. Trentler, of Eau Oallle WAS a ; tho South Florida Military Institute. INO LINKS.::

built, and for the past seven years baa a. bad running sore on my breast for overa pleasant Knout at Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. R. F. IlI\t)111eft) Sunday, to join I i
conducted the delightful; retreat, Palmetto year," says Henry R. Richards, of Will- Uoodo's this week. her husband! at Eau Galllo, where ho will OALVANIXKO IRON'rUIKLVKH F

Hall, popularly known as the Sanitarium seyville, N. Y., "and tried a great many have charge of the F. E. (.'. station for 7
Miss Jennie left for the North :
remedies but relief until used Tupper AND
at Merritt, has left Florida, for got no about a month.
good and will probably locate In her native Banner: Salve. After using one half box, Thursday stopping over at Ormoml
( visit relatives for few Oeo. N Hatch has finished the INHtDK LINKING. 'y '
a days. Im b
city, Plattsburg;, N. Y. She ia a I was perfectly cured. I cannot recom. ply, i? e
physician who stands very high in her mend it too highly, and will never be Miss Susie Johnson returned home, provements in his newly purchased real II
profession, and professionally as well as without it In the houso." B. R. Wilson. Friday, from Stuart, where she has been denoe, and I moved his family there the DOUnr.K) ': 1r0OItSN II

socially will be missed from Indian It Iyer. touching school the past winter. first part of the week. I
TOP.
She has many Interests to call her north. News has reached here that tho Ilotol LOCiCONIAWEItip ip
Klondike.Judge Miss Jessie Ooodo( has been spending
Her daughter Miss Hazel Norton Is a Indian liver has pl\lIaetllnt() the handsof .
several with her Mr. DUOKH.WlllTK
days grandparents : .
successful kindergarten teacher, In New and Miss Lulu Dwyor. There( Is some ,
Mrs. John Goode the past week.
York, and Mr. Christopher, b son, soon mystery about the wholu transaction, and
enter the Webb Academyof M. S. Jones Is expected down Rev. Thomas left hero Mon doubt has
goes north to Boughton some been expressed as to
from Titusvllle 1 FOR CAT A LOG UK AND 1'ltIQK LIrt'lV.
Naval Architecture and Naval Engineering on Saturday next day, for his home In South Dakota, but whether Mr. Jones ever really owned the

at Fordham Heights, N. Y., be. G. Kettles and Julius Johnson were will visit In North Carolina awhile. property.

sides real estate property calls for her shopping at Sebastian/ on Wednesday I ..
Mr.( and Mrs. E. P. Branch left here, --- We ,aluo 11 >ll'bo---- -
carry (1oml '.
immediate and personal attention. All last. 'last UNABLE TO WORK.-Chas. Replogle, .j
Saturday: for the North, upending
regret. her going;, but wish her every success B. Howard of Sebastian Is Sunday and ,Monday with relative In of Atwater 0., was unable to work on
H. :
in her change In location. busily account of Kidney trouble. After using r
engaged( hauling the lumber for JudgeJones' Jacksonville.Mrs. Foley's Kidney Cure four days ho was Line of the Celebrated Odorless Refrigerators. ;

Cold Steel or Death. barn. W. J. Nuabltt of Eau Oallle, was cured. B. R. Wilson & Son.

Ellis Cobbs and R. Milton expect tit In town, Tuesday, also last Friday, to
"There Is but one small chance to save leave shortly, for Tltusville, on a visit to attend the Literary Club held at Mrs. 8. CRYSTAL ROCK MANFG. CO. .
your life, and that Is through an operation their families. F. Globs' home. Write UK for prices' on anything In our line. '

," was the awful prospect set before -
Mrs. I. B. Hunt, of Lime Ridgo, WIs., by Postmaster John C. Jones of Tltus Miss May Pierson and the Misses Sue At a recent' meeting of the Crystal I
her doctor after vainly trying: to cure tulle\ Is down looking after his Interests and Elizabeth Hopkins are the guests of Rock Manufacturing Co., held at the E. F. CL &:R.. {, J1e1 ., 'a.

her of a frightful case of stomach trouble In this section. Miss Grace Cummings, at Melbourne ollice of Mr.I E. A. Waddell,' at Miami,

and yellow jaundice. He didn't counton Wada Jones came down, from Tltus Beach, this' week. the following officers wore elected for FURNITURE MATTING and HOUSE FURNISHINGS
the marvelous power of Electric Bitters ville, on Monday font to spend several Mr. and Mrs.\ Arnold and Mr. Bishop the ensuing; year: E. A. Waddell presl CARPETS, .'
to cure stomach and liver troubles, weeks on his father's place. left here, Thursday, for their home In dent; Judge Minor ti. Jones, first vice-
but she heard of it, took seven bottles, Waukegan Illinois, after spending, ; ov- president; '1'. 11. Townley, second vice- Sc>holteonvillo: F1n.
was wholly cured avoided the surgeon'sknife / Oeo. B. Hall,of Sebastian, Is here look. oral! months In of president; C. II. Black, secretary-treasur ,
now weighs; more and feels better ins after his line orange grove, and reports on the blot one Mr. Bonier's s cottages or and general manager; (i. A. Woiley, .. __.._ .. .. __ ._. '''_ ._ __.___ __- __ ....._ _.. .__ .. .. .. ..__ ,I

than ever. It's positively guaranteed to his trees as being loaded with fruit. general counsel.. The following stock "I
cure stomach liver and kidney troubles Mr. and Mrs. Buttons tall and two holders were present at the mooting: E. THE MOST POPULAR OfJACKSONVILLE'S ,
/
Contractor J. 'r. Davis of .Tltusville\ Hotel t I Placide ,
daughters, the Misses Muriel and Sophia ,'
,
and never disappoints. Price 50o at Is here erecting a largo barn for Judge A. Waddell, Minor 8. Jones, T. J. Town. eJ HOTELS..
B. It. Wilson & Son's drug store.Georgiana. Jones and Son, and expects to have it left hero, Wednesday, for their home In ley C. II. Black, C. J. Rose, C. A. Green :
West Virginia. They are the last of Hotel
and E. Tuttle. A of
Harry largo portion
completed by the first of August. Carleton's guests to go north,, the machinery Is on the ground, and a Entertains guest on the European or American plan. The rooms-. ,

While out riding on Saturday after. The young people gave a very enjoyable force of hand are placing It In position. are the most pleasant, best furnished and ventilated In Jackson
noon last, Postmaster John C. Jones, of party at Wont's JIall last Tuesday The company now has Its orders for a .
J. W. Bruner and little daughter; Win Titusvlllo, bogged his fine mule, Queen, evening. The Messrs. Joe McAllister large amount of building stone from Miami ville. Rates per day, boo, Tao! '1.(1)( ) and 11.60; American plan t::1.' t'

nie, were passengers with F. W. Munson down In a saw .grass pond. Postmaster Forson Puddlson( and Harry Wlllhlte, of parties. They are also receiving/ and( upwards, according to the room. Special weekly! rate to permanent 1
to Cocoa and return, Friday Jones says It Is the first time, and promises Eau Gallic, drove down in their carriage numerous letters from various section
childrenwere never to venture In the woods on to attend.Dr of the country In regard; to prices, etc. guests. Sample room free to all commercial traveler /'.'
Mrs. Kate Carter and three .
and mule-back again. The present Indications are that Key G. GARVIN GILMAINB, lies entire charge of the cuisine. 1
Mesdames L. A. Peek tile
visiting Hughes was a passonger on West will use a large amount o' their
Banner Saturday afternoon.F. northbound train last Tuesday but only .,, .. .... .
Sound advice to those who have kidney building stone. Curbing and horseblocks ---- -- --- -- --- --- -------- ----. --- -

C. Allen and daughter, Miss Mary, and bladder troubles, Is to take a safq, for a little trip, as our people don't want will be among their specialties. The I'AIIL6ItLACII.
arrived Sunday, from Daytona, for a visit sure medicine like Foley's Kidney Cure.It the Doctor to leave town for long; even company expects to commence cutting
with friends and relatives here. always benefits the kidneys. B. R. If they do all keep well, they like to the last of the present week, or not later

Wilson Son. know be Is near. than the first of the following wnek. Ocean View Hotel PABLO BEACH, FLA. ;
neice
: their
Mr. and Mrs.; Klngman; and ,
C. and
Mrs. II. Stewart Master Fletcher -- ---- ---'-
Miss Hunter left Tuesday for their
,
home in Wisconsin Mr. Munson took Bovine. arrived home, last Friday, from Day FAMILY JARS are more often the result The Hotel 'Is located close on the Ocean front. East Coast Railway now ,

them to Cocoa in his sail boat.J. ton, where they have spent some time of Indigestion than anything else. control and performs the service between Jacksonville and Pablo Reach. '
with relatives. We are pleased to have
.' Dyspeptics are usually I irritable, nervous, Trains hourly, low rates of faro and a commutation ticket I will be placed
Brady Bower and family of Coquina, Stewart has moved to his Bovine them here again. Miss GIRd, remained cranky Individuals who make trouble for ,
and II. J. Allen and son, Fred, and daughter place.N.R. .B. In Daytona to visit her Grandmother. all those around them. Dr. Loyal Ford's on sale on opening of the season. The cuisine and table flrat.class. Fresh .

Miss Mable, and Carl Wlttfeld all Harry Gates. who has been a pleasant Dyspeptlclde makes the stomach right Fish, Clams and Fish Chowdnr every day. The bathing pavllllon In superior '
left their sail boats for Palm D. Locke has moved back to Or.
Beach Thursday guest of the McBride cottage for the and restores health and happiness In the In It. appointments. Meal BOo each, ti per day Weekly rate, .

to spend the summer. ange county. past two weeks, left, Tuesday, for his household. B. R. Wilson A SOD. $10\ to $12, according to location of room. Rooms ensulte and single.

Mrs.: Owen and daughters, Vesey Hall, We are looking for the canal surveyor home in Chicago. We hope to see him A -
and Mr. Frye are spending a very pleasant to come around. return some day. Ills sister Miss Eva WEATHER REPORT.By M. BECK, Manager.

week at the beach. Mr. and Mrs. and visiting Gates, is so well pleased with Melbourne ..- --
family were
Klngman Miss Hunter Mr. Wethey and John Hopkins and Us sociable people that she has decided
/ in Bovine this week. Rev. Jai II. White, observer for Roseland. FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF
family also went over with the party, to remain here for some time. Weather Bureau, U, 8. Government. >
but returned the same day, Friday. Fred Houston killed a very large rattlesnake SCHOOLS.
la his yard Sunday night.Frank Miss Annie E. Goode left here, Tuesday IVMH41cr ROB .4P lL, 1000.
Mrs. Black came over from Oceanus, to spend the summer months In Highest temperature on the 12th. flrt.O D. Cain, jr., I I. clearing two more acre ,

last Monday, and Tuesday her grand Young killed a rattler between Chicago, Illinois, with relatives and I Lowest 2nd,. 111.0Mean to put In orange grove.. Trnisv'LLE. ri.*., May I, iwxi.
daughter, Miss Mary Wlttfeld came Bovine and Eau Gallle, which had seven friends She will also spend some time for the month. . 70.0 Tu lion. AI"E. A. llter., .
down from Cocoa on the !Spartan for a rattles.J. with her sister, Mrs. James T. Hogg: ;, la' Average mean for 10 .' .' 7O.5 A. E. Campbell returned from Melbourne dork ('Iranll court,
short visit with her grandmother and Jacksonville, ere she returns home. ; years" Tuesday, to attend to hid orange fl'',.-lit omniillani! with Suction I, Chapter
I In 18H.J: 73.4
N. Henderson has Major Magruder'sline Highest grove here iXU, fawn of Vlurlilu, wo hereby III* with you
brother, Carl. She returned with merry that was lost last March. He Many of her young friends were at the I.o..elt" It1dfl1.0 Uw fallowing Itoiulawl stateraml of'all! wttioolmoney :

party by sail boat to Cocoa,. the same will take cow her home this week. depot to say good bye, and wish hers Rainfall In Inches. . . . 1.A7 The Melbourne Bank and the McCormlck. r.M'.lvwl' ,alprprlathna| mal.* and warrants .
.
leered lot tin month with
lb
evening. pleasant trip.Pneumonia. Average for 23: year. 3.13 orange groves, under the care of of April.A. i>. iww. mating day

As there I Is much being said these day Sam Stewart Is suffering from the Greatest In 1878 . 11.71 D. P. Gibson, are being put In fine con a.A SITU .....><. r.Hxlnix' .
about velvet bean Uncle Hnghey; tried effect of a rusty nail, which stuck very follows la grippe. but never Least u u .jgua . 0.20 ditlon. In tntMtirr. lut. r.|'fOrt.".. ." ..f 330
Into his heel and which is very follows the use of Fol.. ,'. Honey and Total .
Ida luck one deep Prevailing direction of wind. . tiK receipts during : 1 1
j with them. He planted Mrs. L. C' Moore returned Sunday
bean near the edge; of his pineapple shed painful. H.Tar Ik, the Wilson great&throat Son. and lung remedy Number of clear day. . 24 from Melbourne, on the train, Mr. Moore, Total. ..... ... ..1SWte
and It grew until it covered a space on While Mr. Branning was hauling lumber fair 2 continuing on all far an Tltusville! In his Total warrant. pall. by trcuwurer...:lllCQ fill.
lUUnna .In .
the shed 12x20 feet. Finally they ripened from Eau Galllo and moored at the u u" cloudy rain. . 4 launch Erolldouno, on a business trip. Unoe.1 iratMiirr. Mar' *.. ".. .... ... .... .1265e'rrssrxae 4If: S.t.Warrant :
and were shelled out and measured Roesch place, on the Eau Gallle creek, Banyan. II day with . 7 -------.-- : .....'1'TIIo
and there were eleven quarts from one he noticed a herd of cattle bunched up, Island Home, Ralanrsln tmuMtrjr .hut m>ort .(370: *-
single velvet bean. Who can beat that? which lOOn ran off a short distance. Mr. Merrltts Island, Fla. THE MOST STUBBORN Cough re- rroro Tux (:" 11., county school levy,18UO..24.1T'
went to see the cause of the R. C. Creech Is home for a few weeks suiting from an attack of la grippe or rrmn Tux ('nIl""tor..11. tax, IHUU'. 18200'!
Brannlng Irom'rex. Ollnotor, ... .... (Ktm
tads
poll &aE.
bunching and be and killed from Dade county. heavy cold, must yield to the wonderful
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cattle ;, from HUM Trmaunr,redemption of land 12 IaS
A of Terror.
Night A Monster Devil Flair.
healing of and
properties Foley's Honey
rattlesnake bn had ever seen.
the largest Messrs. Parsons and )Muriel with 'V
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the widow Tar, which strengthen the lung and rsratpts. /'si4one
"Awful felt for theme: place, "" '
anxiety wa The next day, passing II. II. GleasoD, were la tow this week. Destroying Its victim Is a type of con
af brave General Burnbam of M
Me., when the doctors said she could not Snell dead, having been been bitten by Green corn Is being shipped from b/ re. malady Is felt on organs and nerves and John TcaclutrV II ftm nalarlM,salary' .meaty .upl... .. ..1 t11'125 U 0)

live till morning;," writes Mrs. S. U. the snake. The guava, pineapple and grape crop muscles and brain. There's no health half Kate to Washington I). C.via 8. IT, Olbtia, per diem .sod mileage as
Lincoln, who attended her that fearful promise to be good. till It'* overcome. Bat Dr. King's New member. bna,..... .. ... MOO

Bight. "All thought" she must soon die A Frightful Blunder Little Jimmie McMillan was seriously Life Pills are a safe and certain cure. Southern Hallway.A J.nuimlwr M Dixon board, par. diem and mlUair.7.T.*,as.. 400

from pneumonia, but she begged for Dr. often cause a horrible burn, scald, hurt, Sunday evening, by an old hoe being Best in the world for stomach, liver, kidney a. K Mima, per diem and'mileage a* .
Will
King's New Discovery, saying It bad and bowel Only 25" cent at B. It. of wnnbOT .. 9 DO
Backlen Arnica Salve thrown, by a play-mate, while at rate one fare for the round trip
bruise. E White A 400
than cut or rent bid's Deoriciani' Mar A pi
cured ;
her once., saved her life, and bad small the best In the world, will kill the pain play. He \Is Improving, we. are glad to Wilson fc Son' drug store. has been made to Washington via Southern J Ruewll I ., Bl.Lucia torm .. 13 toHrevard
of consumption. After three heal It. Cures old Bore, say but not vet able to get out of bed. Railway account meeting Mystic Co. HtaM' Bank. loa (CDd..bted....S IIIAmelc"D M
doses she all night and Its and promptly hook Co, fro.text-book... 100 Of) '
slept easily ,
boll felon BUILDING MATERIAL, brick lime, Shrine, ticket on sale May 20, yl: and 22,
corn,
further eared her." This fever *ore*, nicer, Southern. School. Book bJ line VI: 41
use completely all skin eruption Beat pile care on Don't throw a..ayyollr money baying cement shingles, lath, sewer pipe,etc., with final limit :May 27th. Two train Mlltun Ktadler Company p.r.Hr.l. Bryan I 9*
marvelous medicine U guaranteed to 23 cts. a patent medicines. Dr. Vincent' advice In carload lots or 1 less. Very lowest dally, through sleepers dining car*. Get MA W H Urew (:'o....... ....... tSOJB :)<'
fare,all throat, chest* and lung disease earth.teed. Only Sold by 11.B. Wilsonguaran, alone Is worth a> gallon of "core all" price. your ticket from a Florida East Coast V J Cuinmerlln, freight on desks. No W... I ,;:.
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B-Only Wilson ttUXX Trial bottle* free druggist stuff. Write him at Jacksonville G&o.lL 7iltSALD: Sanford, Fla. Agent I Totai..Dd1\one......................I12G 66. .12'If
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' .; Vegetables flre the Choppers and often to four cut Inches.logs as The small average as- i
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CHOICE Florida East Ry
" find a ready size of the top log Is nearer eight ,
Inches. There are In some cases 4 to .
; market-but only that farmer 12 feet of wood (left In tops which Is fit t TIME TABLE NO. 35. IN EFFECT APRIL 11. 1900.

for pulp and which Is actually so used
SOUTH BOUND (Brad Don) (Bead Up) OKTH BOTJXD.
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can raise them who has studied by many companies.The .
' No.J* i7a.ua No.78 No. :
'Vw point will at once be raised that Daily
\ .a Dally DailyUuba 8T. TION8. Dally
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' the great secret how to obtain the tops are of Inferior quality. The +5 d UXttU cads

'I reply U that many companies this ,64lA'!IP 'nfw JIV........JkauAnUoi ........ 7pulip Iii 6Gfo
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both quality and quantity et 0 615|. 10 4na Ar....... 6t.:! AuKUStine ........AAr I alp 114f. H4
, material and that the total amount la 6:Alp 10 6Ua Lv.......Augustine>* ...... II lip II 4Ua
. that would t1: 11t1a ........ ........1.r 0
N I by the judicious use of well- so great pay to utilize It +a 6l4>1-1Y NTt.. n._....._.u"r saPanaek......|.. '. 5Spp>> s tinnita p II" 0
Ji even at only I ono-fourth the price of the ti:: en Y4ep !; ....... .. x I kit........... v '.- > {!I)a "--t _
; 'balanced fertilizers. No fertil rent of the timber. WY 4J .H:: 6 buy Ul&a44)n l Lv... .. ...".. .. a .tJr. .. ? Ar 111'8" 0tt3
The majority of akldways are built g rid T 5> ... Ar..Baa Mated.......... : ..bIE4 H
! izer for Vegetables can produce of spruce. It Is the custom to leave the fa 0 .t..' tl"...*...., San aiatoff....-...,.. ".J.t' : MA**? p:>> Q: CD
s:4: E-4 )i | , skids In the woods and
"I a large yield unless it contains loses not only the stumpage, the value owner of -o m H m. 11}OXp> "w .._. ... Deyton..._....... 861j: i 04a 10. Q JI
thd rn t4 r' I lJ4p: ..... .. ;...Oraalf......_.. ':, .'11> I u.1.101' .. y ..
at least 8% Potash. Send for timber thus wasted but also the w / : 14f'1' ....... 8mr.: ......._.... 880jUUl, I""' a 0 to I
" advantage of future Increment which E-4 ; 8 Blp 30Up4Up. ...._.e.Oak lUll...__... It U > 66va
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111 "WI' 26p E.
i. our books, which furnish full the trees would take on if left standing ) ...... ..........Oily Point........_ I. i 6/ip/ ..._ tae
i rn ...... slap .....u... C oooa .......... l 47pp ...... 0
lilt 14 ...... 8ap8i: ...''lto"kladga.......... l l Up8la ... :S
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send them Destruction of small
information. We In haul
growth g ...... lolp ? ..........)W.n U.W...W... 1 hip ...... td th
ing takes place on steep roads where d-- :0.: ...... 4Ulp ..........Meibourns.N.... H IUlIp ...... (\) 1 tQen
free of charge. the teaniftters frequently scatter +a ...... 4UUp ...........KoIl8Ia............... 11 1IOt ...... P 0
spruce .... ,!oct ...... 4441) tleba tlao ...... to >t>'P ...... tfi
:r' brush to check: the speed of the sleds. en ...... IIUII\ ........ St. Luoie......... It 111110 ...... :S
It often happens that all the 4V a Ill: py ..4 ...... 114Uv .........Fort Fi ro.......... 11 Si ...... 0 Q '"'"
GERMAN KALI WORKS, young 0 ...... GUlp .... ...... 'rlbb.l............ 1 sa": SQ
spruce left standing by the choppersnear Fi E-4 ...... suit( ............,,Fs1en..N... 11 OVa\/ a.... tD
,I' ; n Nuuu Si., N.w York. such. steep roads are cut to supply rn N ...... OlOp ........... 01........ ........... 11111(;& u/... 0
.. m ...... 8101Up ........ .lIItl1..r' ........ 1U 1a ..*...
1'. -- -- the brush for this purpose and the Tri-Weckly Sailings O ...... e sop ..........fobs: Hound......... to ill 1 4a .u... rnQ
" Free and stems are left lying on the ground to ...... JOltp .......West Jupiter...... 10 Uan: ...... a 0
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.... "UOp" ?" vr t Palm Bvaoh... w .
Acceptedull\ Masons. decay. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. Fo4 ...... soap u .......... Boynton" .......... M. B t4a _. '::i .
. \\ / ... ...... Slip \ .....* 8 1a ..
.\.'."'. The Bhcvprnra. rn. ....../ 8KIM ......]'fort Lalu4enlate...... 811I1.. ......
oil ...... lI 4Jp 14 .........Lieraon CltT..... 7, :rue. ...... F
Indian Not every farmer keeps sheep but [at Charleston, S. C., both ways) w ...... 900pA".MlAm1..r.., 71'v,
No. 00THusvlllo) those who do are often tempted wIn- Finest Bnffntt Parlor Ours on Train*. 11.1 and 7

, ter to wlsb the cows were all sheep.: The Steamships in the Coastwise Service Between N.w Smyrna; and Drang; Between Titnsville and Sanford.

[ River They need no milking no grooming no City Junction.-

"\ cleaning out of stables, but they do The Clyde New-England'- -- andSouthern- Lines. No.1I a!. (STATIONS., oiB' No.4>. No. STATIONS. No 13
, Lodge.'VA Florida. need to be well fed In winter with good :i5j; 104 Lv. .New buiyrna.Ar| TliSp) It ll\p i .TltWivili" .......... 1'p;
'r' ,, '. Holds of Its meeting the second and fourth Friday hay a little grain and some roots and Direct bervlce Between '(01'1> Luko kiulun..LvI44np/ burp 7, lila .. ............Minis...............LtOHtoen. 1i p421p
f"" sash" month a' the Indian flyer hotel, : lZalp .OrniiBO dry.. l.'USp\/) 44Wp540g 82Ka :: ............ ............ 116.a
: lltusvllln, at 7 KMI( o'oloi'k I'. in. they want pure water where they can Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. 424p: l ll\p Ar.Oran".U'7Jot. "_''U-- 86tJa ..........Bnt rpriMO.......... H ]HBSa
'.;''I A.B. 11.A.WIlHoii'Stewart,,Senior Womhlnrul Warden.J. Master. go to It as they please. The sheepyard Ail irniuri Inttweon New bmyrim and Uraugv 8 tea Ar .......... Hanford............ 11 W.
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II. Walkar.lunir>r Warden may be as cold as nil out of doors If it (Calling at; Charleston, S. 0., both ways) City Joiioi Ion dally exceptSund/ y. All train between Tl tun villa and Sanford

:''IjO' J..M A,, Dixon Morgan Traannrer.F Is only kept dry and supplied with SEMI.WEEKLY SAILINGS:" dally except Monday.KoTKNolfl .
Honretary .Taok'villeandPablo Beaoh.
"1 .f. J,. Carrutliers, Hnnlor Dnnoon. clean bedding, and the sheep will be Botithuound........................ ... .... ... .. ... ....... .... from Lewis Wharf, Boston Between Thane Time Tablen show the times at which
F.A. IA"loy.Junior IMMtoon, better for a run out of doors In all Northbound ........... .... .. ........ .. .... .... .... .. .. from fooof lli>gun Street, Jacksonville hTATIONS. No.HI No.18 train may be exp oted to arrive ant
I 11'. H. ('Clmtree, I depart from the several atatlons, but
f <1. '". Walton I ISt.eward". pleannnt weather If the ground Is not 545p |> 4AaLv.. .Jiu kwmvillu. .Ar WOOa 46Op716pll their arrival or departure at the tlmeatated .
' A.frosuher, 'h'ler.RACTICAL. covered with Clyde's St. Johns River J ine. >miaAr,..Pablo B iMhLv 7 Nun 4 OUp is not guaranteed, nor doe the Com*
snow.
All trains Iwtwtwu Juokxouvillu and Pablo pany hold Itself responsible for any delay er
Bmu-h dally Mcept Hunday. t any ponaegnenren arising therefrom.
nor,;'. Bcnlbl Slam. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.
For copy I of local time card call ou TiclLut 88nta. or address
FORESTRY. We have bad a'Dumber of new signs Jacksonville, Palatka. Sanford Enterprise Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. J. P. BffiUtCWITH.Tr lMo Manager J. D. BAHNEB, A. O.P. A.8TKAMSIUP .

conspicuously posted on the farm suchas STEAMER"D. 8t. AUlfuMtlne.

Hew to> Make Woodland Profitable "Shut the Gate" "Beware of the .. BIUJtCHISON..0.OAM. LINES.

Wate In Ordinary I.umherlnB.The Dog" and "Keep Out of the Yards." w. A. SHAW.

Importance of good forestry In These orders are Imperative. "Shut the Leave foot Catherine street Jacksonville S.00: p. m., Tuesdays and Saturdays. Florida East Coast Steamship Co.

this country la becoming more appreciated Gate" sign Is more particularly Intended Leave Sanford 6:00 a.m., Enterprise S-M a.in., Mondays and Thursdays.Gen'l PROPOSED SAILINGS

not only In connection with extensive for teairUttrs who bring us supplies Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 204 W. Bay St..Jacksonville.W. BETWEEN MIAMI AND KEY WEST.
timber tracts but with the They Invariably leave the gate openor
at least did before we put up the WARUTJRTOX. T. P. A., .r.M.IRONMONOERJa., Fl Pass.Act., Leave Miami Bnndaya a aWeunesdsantihaturda1100pm: .
mailer wood' lots upon farm Practical 10 BUM Bt,, New York. J m! Want Hay Jacksonville, Fla. Arrive K..y West \ : .
forestry In the Adirondack regionas sign. A neglect of this kind always O. P.LOVBLL, Asst.Fla. Bunt.. I JOHN. L. HOWARD,Superintendent.Jaakmrnvllle Leave Key West Thursdays and Sundays................................................ SAO: \to m.
caused us trouble principally by stray Fla. I Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville,Fla. Arrive Miami Fridays ud Muuday............................. .. .... ............. 6.00a.m.:
recently carried on by forest owners TIIBO. G. KOKK: T. H., 6 Bowling Green,New York.
and "
the
dogs getting on premises scaring
under if J rice from government expert WW. P CLYDE a CO., General Agents, BETWEEN MIAMI AND HAVANA.
serves to Illustrate methods. of manage- the chickens. We cannot afford to ChoiwbroiiKh. Bulldlnsr. IB State Mt.. New York ,1* So. Delaware Ave.. Philadelphia..
have our stock' scared. SOUTHBOUND STEAMERS TOUCH AT KEY WEST; NORTHBOUND BAIL
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Beware of the Dog" Is for the pro DIRECT HAVANA TO .:MIAML
equally applicable elsewhere on eithera
large or a small scale It tection of the visitor. That sign Is a Ocean Steamship Co. Leave Miami Sunday and Wednesday................................................. 11:00: p. m.
appears warning. It means "Stop at the house Arrive Havana Tueidiija and Friday...........,...................................... 6UiO: a. m.
from tile report of their work that before venture the of Leave Havana Tueatlay and Friday................................................._ 1100.: to.
you past gate .A.rrivelWam1 Wednesdays andHaturdayi............................................... 601):: .. m.
the plant" We have been bothered "Savannah Line"Fast
considerably by strangers walking Whllit It'is the Intention of the Fiorkla East Coast bteamuhlp Company' to have their ships
follow regular schedules nil advertlHUd the Hue reserve the right! at all time. to wtthdravr
right ahead and coming Into close quarters their shipH ohauica their .Hailing days without notice and to substitute any steamer whennecoMHuryj "
with the dog. That sign Is the Freight and Luxurious PaRsengor: Route from In : nor.. will tho line hold itsuif. responsible for any detuntion of its steamers or delay

r r n I danger signal Florida to New York Boston and theEast. .tlnrll1r. -.....----- _.- -"-- _
"Keep Out of the Yards" signs are

F for our protection. We are keeping .Jb Southern. -
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poultry more for profit than for show .

Hens are naturally shy of strangers.To ,
look at them from the walk does

not startle HIP bird. one bit-they are j*** Railway.DIRECT .

used to that-but the moment a stranger -

walks Into the runs they become

afraid. A sonre to a hen hurts her egg LINE-QUICK TInE
yield. Besides,' wv have had visitors

walk In the yards to more closely look ivwrirsePL1trt -TOWASUINtTONBALTIMORE -

at the fowls and then come out and PHILADELPHIA
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leave the gates open. Carelessness In
.. that respect might mix up our pens. r NEW YORK, CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, ATLANTA

Bo this. order must be enforced. We
BIRMINGHAM. MEMPHIS. CHATTANOOGA
are glad to have visitors and will
, .-.'-.M -0, do all In our power to make their visits h ST. LOUIS. KANSAS CITY

rnccx' STUMP CUT KionTERN INCHES "Too both pleasant and profitable but our ; n.a1.1.. ".Part Stoei.
and all Points East and Wcit.
nioii.
rules must be ol.ieyt'd.-A Few Hens.
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losses through ordinary lumbering are SHORT RAIL .EIDK TO SAVANNAH.

considerable In tho aggregate i Some iI'.b Blue; In flermany.The Thence via Ship soiling from Savannah NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THISt
of the Item. connected with unnecessary Oregon Agriculturist says: 'A

waste are as follows. : plan for supplying the public with 4 each week 4 The New York and Florida Express,

Where the lumbering la done under fresh eggs Is being tried In Germany Ships V W Savannah and Caavlott.W. O.
the system- of contracts and subcontracts In the hope that It will Increase the de- t .

the temptation for a jobber to mand for a strictly fresh article. Egg TO N'JDVV':: YOrt.B: : .
do cureless work Is very great. Unless depots are to be established In the principal -
The United
States Fast Hail
carefully watched ho U apt to cut unnocosRitrlly I cities at which the quality and fl-SIIIP15.IL: "'VlDE2B: :. to; :l30STON'-2 ,

high" stumps, to leave Irfrgo freshness of the eggs will be guaran All ticket agents and hotels ore supplied with monthly Balling\ schedules Via Savannah and Caarltt, N. O.

tops In order to avoid the trouble of teed. For every bad egg the purchaser Write for general Information, sailing schedules; stateroom reservations, or call on The Cincinnati and Florida Limited,

trimming off the branches, to leave Is entitled to get 15 good ones. Every E. II. HINTOX.I' WALTER HAWKINS: Via J.....

trees lodged In bard woods and other poultryman has to mark all eggs Traffic Manager, Gen'l Agt. Traffic Department.
wt 9 to fall below the standard of good which he send. to one of these depotsIn 8"vanOl\11Oa. 2Jt V. nay :St., Jacksonville, Fla.; Through Vestibuled Trains--Pullman Drawing-Room Steeping Cars.

lumbering such a way that they can be traced Through Coaches-Elegant Dining Cars.
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The; principal loss arising from care- back to him and It It I Is found that he

less lumbering Is occasioned by- ((1)) furnished bad eggs as fresh ones he BETTER TIME AND BETTER SERVICE THAN EVER BEFORE.
needlessly high stumps (2)) largo tops will not be allowed to sell to the de Florida Central andPeninsular

((3)) skills left In the woods, (1)) valuable pots"
r. timber used In leveling roads and (5)) __ Through; Pullman Sleeping: Can b.tw..n Jaohioavlll and Olnoiavnati -

destruction of small growth In felling O., Via Ah.villa, N. C., and Knoxvlll,Through

skidding and hauling. "THE LAND OF THE SKY."

When the trees are felled by chopping Railroad.

the stumps are cut at the point at I Consumption Through; : Tr.ID..I.Southern Railway are DOW Operated oonneeUea with

wfclch the ax naturally fall when tho *. the Plant System from Jacksonville.
, chopper stand erect. ,This la usually Unexcelled service from Florida all points

About three Inches above the ground. 1 Is robbed of its terrors by For Rates, Schedules and Information call on or addressA.

The somewhat majority, lower of trees, however, are the fact that the best med North East and West. OIRARDEAU. T. P. A.. or W. T. COSBY. T. P. A.. .
averaging about 30 an West Bay Street Jacksonville Fia.
Inches In heIght. The sawyers protest ical authorities state that it RANDALL OLIFTON, District Passenger Agent Savannah. Os

agl&lnst..cuttinlC low stumps, because It is curable disease and J- M. GULP. w. A. TURK.: S. H. HARDWIOK.
tires their bucks to stoop over. Expo- a ; Two Trains dally between Tampa, Jacksonville,jSavannah! and Columbia, carrying Tl5SS.iif"ft" p... .. .* .*...*.. Goo. *...
' of C.) WrstoniS. 0. Pe.i <*a.MALXORY .
rlwic by careful lumbermen has one the happy things *
:. proved Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping cars, connecting at Columbia 'With sleepers for
; that such high stump. are entirely : about it is, that its victims --
ne,(lle.s.Where. STEAMSHIP LiNE
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lumbering Is done under contract rarely ever lose hope. I Washington Baltimore Phila. and New York ;.

It has been the usual custom In ,
tits : You know there are all sorts of Florida, New York
Adirondack to cut only I log which:
1 will scale sill Inches at the top end. secret nostrums advertised to cure Also with Clnolnnattl Sleeper, via Asheville.t rl' Philadelphia and Boston.

Wtere timber Is cut for pulp smaller consumption. Some make absurd 1' ; 3 From Rrnn.wiekdirecttoNewYork.( )

. lugrl con l be used and many companies claims. We only say that If takenin It y I'' n <.. PASSENGER SERVICE.

u __ time and the laws of health are "Dixie Flyer" ; j I t<, r. To make connections with steamers, leave JacksonvilleUnion

properly observed, ( IVpot nn Thursday via(Cumberland Route), 8 20. m.Fernaii .
Car Route, between Jacksonville and St. Louis via 'Through Sleeping : .
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N_: y4 p.m. Ii' >ont tlyat< ,inl) arrive Iiru ..lck 11 bo. ......ngen oa
a t SCOTT'SEMULSION .___.__ arrival at Brunswick go directly aboard steamer.
Lake City Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga and Nashville.
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PROPOSED!: SAILINGS:!

Making connection for Kansas City, Chicago and all points In the Northwest Lv.:New! York Pier 21 C.R.,a:pap m.. (Standard Time.) LV'Brunswick

will heal the Inflammation of the Friday. Star fin.......... .. ............RIO ORA ... 1
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RE .... ... ............. Friday .April"
a v1 Y throat and lungs and nourish and oar service between Jacksonville and New Orleansvia Frt.lay ANrile..... ...........: ......... .r O1ARAIN, ...... .....................Frlday.' .. 13
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Through sleeping
...".. (' OItANDE.!: .. ...... ................ .
the Friday Friday.
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that it :,
strengthen body so can : 20 ::::::::::::::::::::
River Junction and Pensacola. .. ... CUTARAIg). ...... ....... ..............Friday.
throw off the disease. For general Information,steamen,trains,rates, eta.,apply to
W. have thousands of testimonials Full Information on application to any agent of this company..
where claim BASIL GILL Agent 220 W.Bay St.Jacksonville.

. J, 'fI have,, been permanently people cured they of A. O. McDoncU, L. A, Shipman, C.H. H.H.RAYMOND General Southern Agent,Brun.Wlcll:.Ga.
MALLORT
this malady. A: Co..General Aoenta.Pier 21. K.River and 388 B oadw y.N. Y.
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Joe.and ft.no, .lt dnMthn.SCOTT .
PRVCB CUT AXD: LEFT BY TRAMBTxn/ 4 BOW NE,Chmiu Maw York JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. The ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing.
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TITUSVI LLE.T7 .
POLE BEANS UNDER GLASS. YOUTHS' DEPARTMENT. SARATOGA SPRINGS N. Y.


IAN' RIVER Rebnklnc a Fraction Joker-Tk.
HOTEL A Good Forcing Crop. Aaording aNew
Opportunity to Gardener Fox I. the W.II- ....Idl... EVERETT HOUSE SARATOGA SPRINGS N. Y.

T1TUSV1LLE, The forcing of dwarf or brush beans YonnelfThe r.I..t. ,
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: .WJ s INDIAN RIVER under glass has been a favorite practice This beautiful family hotel will open for the 19th senaon, under the same
; at certain seasons of the year with following little anecdote Is told management on June 1st, liMX\ ). -
FLORIDA. by a man who, while spending sometime New plumbing. with tne latest Improvements, baa been put In throughoutthe
It believed that
but la
most gardeners, In the different cities of Italy entire house and It lias also been newly painted and refurnished.
the experiments of Professor F. W. place The hotel! accommodates two hundred guests (at reasonable rates) and baa
used to frequent In one particular
'' Bane of the New Hampshire station. live hundred foot of shady plaxio. .
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O. BAST
M Proprietor. begun lu 1SOO-7 In the forcing of the a certain coffee house. In the centerof The location, opposite Windsor Hotel on South Broadway, Is one of the beat
the main room was a largo marble In and only one block from all the principal springs.
P pole or running varieties are perhapsthe slab which coveted the pipes that heated For Sl\fatoJtaj other particulars, address
The hotel front the claim atten
on first of their kind to
I wide the place, and the tables were arranged r. Jr. UAREZ, Saratoga:( Springs, N. Y.
((7 miles tion. The pole beau, like cucumbers,
aid d f h formed
.
f [tn width), by the around this. -
1bt ''r i'' Indian River, making it adelightful tomatoes trained to one stem sweet :There vfas always flue music thereIn MANHATTAN lIKACir, N. Y, .
i corn, etc., must have plenty of bead
summer react -
and his
v the enlug, made by a man -
'U Constant cool room or space above the bench or bed
Q } 9 breezes from the sea and In which to develop. Doubtless this wife. She played on a stringed Instrument ...Manhattan leach Swept by Oooim IJrt'ez'P4...
jet bay. Flowing and after several selections she
t sulphur accounts for Its not having been considered American Plan.
i mxi 1rIU li'y i 9 omip ,epilngg. Special carried around little filigree silver
summer
t before. The modern lettuce a ORIENTAL HOTEL JOS. P. GUKAVKS: Manager. Also Manager
r' ?tnEM a x rates.JACKSONVILLE. and cucumber house with the beds. directly basket In which she collected coins of Hotel Alcazar St. Augustine Fh,.

on the ground, are well'adapted from the guests.
----- for this crop. One night as the music began a man Manhattan Beach Hotel European Dan I ,
T. F SEU.ECK
Professor Rane's experience as sum seated at one of the tables held up a tanager

med up by himself was very satisfactory gold coin. The woman smiled, and the Grand Concerts Favorite Operas. Brilliant Fireworks, Golf Ocean Bathing,
and appears to open up another the marble slab that
dropped It on
man
Merritt's new avenue for the energies of enterprising Sailing, Fishing, Boating, Bicycling, etc Fifty, minutes from New York.
Hotel OLD CARJ.1tTON.. covered tile hot pipes Wheu, she made
New Rathbun market gardeners. Ills conclusions her collection, she went lust for the Temperature seldom varies from TO\ degrees Just tho place to spend the

Jacksonville, Fla., Pole are beans: should be Included In the gold con! but as she picked It up she Summer. For Information address Office of tho Company, 10J: Broad'y N. Y.
gave a cry and dropped It again for It
----- --
for forcing
Market and Bay Streets Johns list of vegetables adapted heated the slab. The
St. heroine
fronting River. American plan. had on
under glass UI.A'. IJKACII, N. .T.
husband glared at the man, but did not
ELECTRIC ELEVATOR, Street Cars from Depot pass the door. The requisites for forcing. polo beans
say a word. .
l Family hotel; steam heat. OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Grill under glass are practically the same The next evening, when the muni-
as for bush beans, sweet corn melons HATHAWAY INN DEAL BEACIT, N. J,
rooms attached Florida trado especially catered for.V\ Rates from temperatureof clans appeared the woman's hand! was .
cucumbers, etc., a night
and she had some difficultyIn
$2.50:\ lo $1. per day. Special rates by the week or month............. not less than 00 degrees, with 10 degrees bandaged managing her Instrument.", When Hathaway Inn Is situated on a plateau about forty feet above the "

Lou COBS In charge of'office. C. A. MERRITT, Lessee.WINDSOR : or more higher:: hiring the day. .she made her collection, she avoided sea level, In a loge elm and maple grove, surrounded by beautiful

t. The house should 1 be kept moist, nnd the man Hint had played the practical lawns, from which !grand ocean view Is had Golf Is n great featureat

the soil likewise should never become joke on her and night after night she Deal, being tho site of tho finest golf course and club homo In the

HOTEL... JACKSONVILLE, FLA. very The dry.house adapted for forcing pole did the same thing. In vain be offered country. Hathaway Inn only enters. to the most desirable class of

beans should have considerable space her apologies and other coins, but she people anll. Unit-duns In all Its appointments.\ Send fur booklet and
bowed and smiled In passinghim
merely
above the beds ranging about eight particulars. Apply to
and never allowed him to give her A. L. A C. \V. MARSH, Proprietors.

feet.Pole beans thrive well In almost any the slightest!: donation.Of --- -- -- -- ---- .,. .. -. -_. .....
Imagine the of
course one can
good fertile greenhouse: soli. In this
fender's feelings, but who can find NSN\"IJ..I.I. N. Y.
respect they resemble corn. ,
fault with the woman's gentle yet dignlfted -
until maturity
The time from germination:

varies with different varieties. rebuke? THE GABLES IIENSONVii.LEGnaawCoUNTY: : : ,

The range: for those tested was from The Fox In the Well. OATMKII.I MOUNTAIN, N. Y., In the Mummer.ORMOND ) ,

64 to 62 d.ys. I A wolf one day heard a strange/ noise '

Much time Is saved by starting the In a well lie went to see what was Melrose Hall

seed In pots, precaution being taken the cause of It. lie soon found out FLORIDA, In WinterCAT8KILL .
not to allow the plant to become pot
the cause, for there deep down, was
bound before transplanting. The plants his old friend the fox. Rates reasonable. Addrosd ,
should t>e In their permanent positions said the fox
:
friend
"Oh, my good MOUNTAIN HOUSE, :
OPPOSITE CITY PARK. OPEN TUB YEAR ROUND. before they begin to run. 'I
RATES, $2.00 and upward. DODGK & CULT/EN3. The varieties that were found to do "how /glad I ntn to see yout I know out. MELROSE HALL, booniic it Limwcorr Proprietors ..:
: you will do your best to help me
well when tested were Mastiff Golden WILIIAM SCOIIIK.
find out
or
You can soon get u rope .
some way by which to save me." .- -
Duval Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. t "Poor fox: Poor fox:" said the wolf

c "It grieves me much to "see' you there.
e If You Have Not
Pray how did! you got: In? You were

Opposite poatoffioe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re 1 not as wise! as you might/ have been 1

novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted '... think. Have you been down there along '

Rates $2.50 per day and up. time 1 hope) things are not quite
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. ns bad with you as jon seem to fear Found What You Want

d they are From my heart 1 wish you . ;l lor

+ well and hope to see you all right ere
r
TIlE MOST POPULAR OFJACKSONVILLE'S ir long." Home, suppose you take a trip down and look at our

friend. wolf, do not stand there
"Nay
!: HOTELS. Fruit and Garden Landa:along the
and tense! me wltb soft words when I
am In so much need' of help. Talk Is
American Plan. 2.00 to $.J.ooper day East Coast
cheap. Can you find means to get me

P LAAh I1J1 out of the well? If so, will you? It
Table unsurpassed. Rooms and Beds beat you can and will there Is no time to be

,J In the City. Bus meets all trains I lost. I may have done wrong, but you Settlers are flocking In but still (them I U loom. If you are

I have no right: to tell me so till yoi '
Free tickets on street cars to within one block looking this way drop a line to
POLK BRAKTS UUJTXINO UPON 8THINO TRELLIS I prove that you are my friend by deedsas J .
of Hotel.C. Pod. Early Golden Cluster and. Golden well as by words. If you wish me JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlc.1'r..1(<1ent.

GARVIN GILMAINE, Manager. Champion, named In order of productiveness. I well, use me well. Were you In my ICY
FLORIDA EAST COAST
place and I !In yours you would not .

A cord trellis Is preferable to the or : thank me for kind words If my acts ST. A UO USTIN E. FLA.

WESTMORELAND HOTEL West!Bay and Cedar Streets, dinary bean pole for training up the I were not kind. too."-Bessie Manning _.. --- --

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. plant They are more evenly distributed I Elmira Telegram.The .

by the use of the' cord and too, Problem T. Pleklo PLANT YSfEM. .

American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- the shade from the pole Is avoided The problem of providing labor for
Practically no trouble from Insects
ed this season, Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold water or fuugus attended the growing of this plucking tea\ leaf at the Pluehurst ((1'1' .' I

Baths Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All crop. One variety developed a slight C.) experimental tea farm has been
solved. .on far as a .steady and skillful -The Car Line from Florida to th_
the last Through
to pod rot at picking.Red
tendency
street cars pass the door. Rooms 50c, 750 and $1 a day. Rooms and \ band of nimble fingered children goes, .-

board 2.00 to $2.60 per day. reported spider as and troublesome mite\ which In have forcing been but Its cowt I 114 Inordinately( \ high. a. .T aJl.d.Ea'J.: : / .:""
compared with the orient. It was Indlxpenwible -
'Mrs.,A. J. WALKER Proprietor. dwarf beans, are kept In check by reliable -In connection with-
to a corpsof
I II I maintaining a moist atmoHphere. secure The Atlantic Coast Line 'Charleston, The Southern Railway, via Savannah
condition!
this a
Where bush beans can be made a picker To meet The L. & N. UIIIJ'ulad., 1 via Montgomery. The if. and O. Kallroud,via Montgomery 7
built mid
comfortable Hchoolltouxu

HOTEL OXFORD JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I success as for a them main, crop pole,beans with,a we houseadaptl.'d believe a competent teacher engaged. The The Popular Steamship Routes to the East are:
Opposite St. James Hotel. '
colored families of the neighborhoodwere
Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship .
Comp..ny.Vii'
will 1 be found much more pro- I'
then' Invited to send their chit Savannah! and Merchants A Mlneis1. ,
Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and ductive, area for area, and hence more dren to the school free of charge. They' : Transportation Company
homelike and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford: a pleas profitable. would t>e taught the ordinary branch. To Baltimore. New York and Boston,
ant stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jack. '
sonville. Front Protection In Texas.It es, and also would be taught to pick S nt :it Ilri.I7SCUIZI: :: :ION: TXOr: : :JDTS

MRS. M. O. FINLEY Propr. baa been proved that a good way tea and no earn money to buy food to all Hummer Resorts will be placed\ on sate June t.

for protecting. berry crops Is to cover and clothing. The offer was accepted, I The PLANT SYSTEM I Is the only line from "'Iorldlwith through Sleeping-Car
-- --- wltb hay. Berries are Improved by' and now there Is a good list of pupils !Service to the summer, resorts of Western North Carolina and the mountains of

ST. AUOUSTINK. mulching. Prairie hay used' for this I to draw from.Women Virginia. For Information as to rates,'sleeplcg-car service etc, write to

can be cut and placed In the
purpose Fad
Me
H. C. den Division Passenger Agent.
Well Men ,
fields, ready for covering the plants as as
..FRONTING ON THE PLAZA... when front Is Indicated at a cost of I'M Wont Bay ttt., Astor Block, Jocknonvllle Fla.,

ALGONQUIN HOTEL AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. about $1 a ton. Ten tons per acre are Are Made Miserable by B. W. \A/rOnn l'naMtlnlltlrTr.mor.ralll1ller, Mnvannah, (Ua.

for .. .. .. ..
connldered sufficient protection --- - -- -- --

Centrally Located. Special attention Commercial and Tourist against any freeze. The cost of labor Kidney Trouble.Kidney THE ADVOCATE PRINTING HOUSE.
for covering the plants would be about

Travel. Large well Lighted Sample Rooms. Grand Viev of Bay and $2 an acre additional. As the bay Is trouble preys upon the mind discourages '
required for mulching the cost Is considerably J
Ocean from verandahs. Rates $3: to 2.50 per day. lessened when the hay Is and lessens and ambition cheerfulness; beauty vigor soon p 1 '

F. C. HAYDEN Manager. utilized tor that purpose. Berry crops p-'a:) disappear when the kidneys '

which were covered prior to the freeze are out of order ,
!' of last February yielded tour times as I\ 'or diseased. I vat

much as unprotected plants, and unprotected ., Kidney trouble has I

PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. plants were generally killed.Cabbage ., .. become so prevalent I'
that Ills I not uncommon
and other vegetables
potatoes (for a child: to be born
This hotel Is now open for ROOMS ONLY. It Is centrally located, near cats be protected from frost by bay t '}ti'Jafflictedwithweakkid- I

Pontofflce, Bank and Cathedral. and the Increased yield will more than ; : neyi. If thIS child urinates .
Rooms OOcts to $1.00 per 'day; $I.Ii0 to $6.00 per week.V. pay for the expense Involved. Rice __ too often. If the
D. SANCHEZ Manager. growers along the east Texas coawt can urine scalds the flesh' or If, when the child -
raise vegetables throughout the'winter reaches an ace when It should be able to i lafirfr
-- -- control the It Is afflicted with
on their rice plantations by protectingthem passage. yet
WEST PALM nl:AOII. from frost The plantations can ed-wettlnz, depend upon It. the cause of r .
easily be flooded during freezing the "IHIculty/ : Is kidney trouble, and the first ( p it
ould be towards: the treatment of V
step
weather which! Is always of short duo
these Important organs. This unpleasant
THE SEMINOLE WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. ration and the water would protect trouble Is due to a ataeaaed condition of the
and do very little or no damage to thevegetables kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as

: which .are remunerative most people suppose
Year Round. Excellence of
the
Under New Management. Open during the winter season. Women as well as men are made miserable -

Cuisine a peel ally. Rates $2.50 to 3.00 per day. with kidney and bladder trouble,
The Lack of lifer William and both need the same great remedy.
.S. O. B. BURNHAM, Manager.
Mr "Toil never kin tell what's In std fee ThIS[ mild and the Immediate effect/ of
Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It I is sold
you.outside er a grocery bill. said the
old colored philosopher. "Br'er Williams by druggists. In fifty-

JOE FRXlTTILTa: tuck out a accident policy for lUea.cent; and You may one have dollar 1'q ?1""

$"00. en In ten minutes afterward a sample bottle by mall '

railroad cut his head clean! off En be- free aba pamphlet lollR.( M at S__a.os.lag .
KINDS fo' dat time be wouldn't er knowed de all about It. Including: many of the
OF ALL eagle on a silver dollar *f bit had thousands of testimonial letters received Fine Job Work Executed.I
Zecnted! at &heADVOCATE screamed en clawed him!**-Atlanta from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer Quickly
Constitution. &! Co.. Binghamton N. Y., 110 sure and .
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PRINTING OFFICE. mention ibis paper. "',


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r I:", BIRTHDAY. WEDDING COUNTY CONVENTION.- POTATO CULTURE. ROBBINS & GRAHAM Lesley c& Motlow< '


I;' ...and... l>c1..KKte. to I>em>K>r..Ua State and DUtrlo DEFUtfAK 1'1U14; FLA., (Successor to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)

Convention Blvotad Tueiwlay.Tlie May 15, 1SXX)
. Anniversary Presents. ...LrtL-s.' r 5)...
county convention to nomInate! Editor Indian River Advotaie: Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, .Gins and WhiskIes

{I @ II a; Jrr delegates to the State end Congressional The Irish potato Is yearly IncreasIng .
,, conventions, to convene at Jacksonvilleand crop Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout.
Gainesville, respectively, was heldat ; In its importance among Southern WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND
JEWELERS! the Court house in Titusville, Tuesday farmers. For every acre planted. to this A First-class Line of Cigars. ..* Billiard and Pool Tables; ,

<' JACKSONVILLE FLQRIDA afternoon, May 15th, In pursuance of tin crop five years ago( there are ten now; UNITED STATES COURTS. and careful attention given to
:.' and this Is as It ought to be, for It is one Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt mail
11';tl'(. call inlttee of of the Brevsrd Democratic County.Executive Com of tile most certain and profitable crops I orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titnsville,Fli.

r. BUSCH called to order that can be made on the Southern farm..
convention
.THE ANHEUSER The was by -
.. ,,. should T
The first or spring crop, begotten Abstracts of Title
, Mr. T. V. Moore, chairman of the executive -
under In this lattltude. In Protect Your
early
committee, who stated the purposeof way INSURANCE. FIRE
Brewing Asso's.Famous the meeting and announced that nonvi January as possible, for of all the crept Furnished to lands In Brevard and Dade Against ,
Is the fastIdious Property
i nationor temporary organization were that we make this most \ i

BI;.Louis Koff And Hot., la order, when Capt. W. II. Sharpe was as fertilizer to Its food used In the and shape the application of the proper of Counties.We LZG-EJTJSfXN"G-: : : GYC7LOI' ':LS.
elected temporary chairman. Mr. S, t>.
tied Jieur.
Vanlandlngham was elected.temporary same to the soil should be long enough; : I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Life

Bold. by Menu, ,txixloy & Motlow secretary, with Mr. E. B. Wager assistant ahead of planting time to be In a- condition Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
Tltusvllle, Flu.Ky readily available for feeding the have a large list of Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.

By Mr.!\ W I..1., Ta i nkeuos and Motion secretary.carried that the chairman appoint plant rootlets when called upon to do so., For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CIIAS. S. SCHUTLER,

Fort J'lerne, Fla. a committee of five on credentials,, The best rotation for Irish potatoes li ZIAN D S., Tltusvllle, Fla.
and MesHrs.Thos. Johnson J. Walker,, either to follow a sod or a crop that hat .

JOSEPH ZAPF J. K. Mlot\ W. L. Hughlett and 8. F. been previously well fertilized such aicabbnge. owned b,'ourselves and clients. PrIce

Olbbs were appointed such committee.The If the soil Is a heavy one Inclined lands $3.00 to 100.00(
for unimproved FACTORY.TITUSVILLE
and sub-soil it INDIAN RIVER ICE
chairman was also empowered to to stiffness, a clay .
Sole Agent. appoint a committee on platform and should be well broken up with a subsoil per acre.

I resolutions, and Mensrs M U Sams, J F plow before applying the fertilizers. FLA.Is .
010 to 020 Went Day Street,, Wooten, R I Herudon, Ell C Walker Generally speaking, the growing; season prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or logse. Special attention

rp.f and L A Peek were appointed to draft of the spring crop of Irish potatoes U WE have a few .Residence, Orange paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the driest season of the whole year and
suitable Adjournment platform was and then resolutions.taken for one to be certain' of plenty of moisture to Grove and Pineapple: Properties in de- T. T. WETMORE: Proprietor.

Choice hour to allow the committees time to make the crop, the land should be opened slrable locations. Prices Reasouable.Orrioas --- -
allow the roots to
to
as deep as possible
formulate their
reports.
ass t Wines,Llquore When the oonrentlon was called to get to moisture, or rather the moistureto EAST COAST MATTRESS FACTORY.

and Cigars order at 4:10:: o'clock the committee on !get to the roots. TITUSVILLE
After this Is done the land should be I {
credentials presented their report, which and :MIAMI. done short notice.
Mattresses from
$2.00 Renovating on
feet with up.
l11LIl Lk Guaranteed Pure. rend as follows: laid off Into rows four apart an .

Sold at reduced JIEPOKT OK CTIKDKMTIAI.S. ordinary scooter plow and a high-grade Call or write for price list. "'
scattered well In the furrows.
1 fertilizer
price[ entitled to two delegates T East Coast Jeat Market
LaGrange
/ is too
A thousand pounds per acre none t EAST COAST MATTRESS FACTORY, Tltusvllle, Fla.
" Imported Johnson as proxy for Robs Chaudoln, R much, and If the soil can take care of It .

" Tokny Wine, 1 llerndon.Tltusvllle: a ton to the acre would be the most G. F., DUREN, Agent. -
",' from Italy. twelve delegates, J R Walk. economical. A !good many fertilizer '
, er, John Henry for B R Wilson; .For Prices On. .
'1 manufacturers have been making n spec co: 0o : : .. .. :
:' John B. Togni S O Vanlandinglsam, W E Goldsmith laIty of potato fertilizing, and any of ..... --- '"
M S Jones, jr, proxy for S A Kitties forK those are generally good. A complete ua

.:Metropolitan Saloon, 123 East Bay St. W lihodes and for It R Pyles; II T fertilizer for this crop should analyze : : ty ::E3ewrd Swre

t JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. Titus, J T Tucker, O R Stewart, A D eleven per cent. potash, eight per cent s:>>
Penney and John Henry. phosphoric acid, and about three per =::s
: Wholesale and Ittttall...' City Point, one delolateV II Sharpe. cent nitrogen. The potash should be in
Cocoa, four delegates, G 8 Hardee W the form of sulphate. = Crockery

L Hughlett, J F Wooten, and T V After the process of fertilizing Is com ,

HOTELS, BOARDING HOUSES Moore, proxy for A Z Dixon. pleted, the same should be well mixed orDv Tinware
Eau Gallie, two, John Henry, proxy with the soil at the same time. This U ua..- ,
AND OTHERS =::s '
for John Houston and 13 J Stewart. c:
horse
best done by using an ordinary one
Melbourne, one, Dr L A Peek. cultivator, and remcvlng the rear shovelof 3 H13.R10TEc..9s--'r: and ST<>'V'ES.:

l !Malabar, one, S F Glbba, proxy forE same. By running this tool twice TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA., ....

.. D Arnold. along the furrow, the fertilizer is thoroughly WHITE'1'0
Sebastian, one Paul Kroegel. mixed with the soil leaving "
t:r tit LucIe, six, W J Tucker, James Andrews low hoed bed for further operations, a rjlio Tlu.co ,Vhy.s. SAS.: PRI'TOHAR E : : : :: :D t3Z SON

. f. proxy for D L Alderman and 4 B There. should always elapse two to four --
.
, Lowry; JS Bryan, W Tucker, proxy BIRD Box 212
weeks between the time of fertilizing WHY KILL YOUR :MOCKING
If you want fresh and Halt water Fish, for R L Drown and A A Ford. and planting the seed. I 11 with stale food, when you car TITUSVILI.13< FLORIDA.
h/,',, GreeD Turtle, etc, Ito tod.It.atELTO JWhcle.ale Eden, two, W K Hardee and T J De-i When ready to begin planting this low buy the Southern Home Mocking Bird -
,, .
and Retail trlsb and foot ,
O.ter Company Stonbon.
, -of Ouean. st.iand City Market,Jacksonville, Flu. bed should be split open by a small Food fresh ever} day at 25o per lb.; sent --
:h I .'', Georgians: onq, I> L Gaulden, proxy I bull-tongued\ scooter, and the seed laid anywhere lOo extra to pay freight. --- 100_ _- "
j' for E V Hall.Mertltt in the bottom of this furrow, and cover
i I mho ] two, J :R Mtot, M S Sams. with couple of Inches WHY suffer from CHILLS & FEVER! r
3revor'y ed slightly, say a COUPON.
Hill bottle of .BRING THIS
Canaveral, one, W C Peterson. of soil. After the plants show above when you can get a .. ..
> / .CIO West Bay St Jacksonville, Ankona, one, James Andrews, proxy ground the soil can be worked to themas Thomas' Chill and Fever Tonlo, guaranteed I
' for J N Waller. the further cultivation of the land (cure for 50o.

"r, '.' FINE Hlcco, one, D L Gaulden, proxy for H proceeds with the growth of the crop.A WHY suffer from a splitting HEAD It's good for Co in trade on any CASH purchase of$1.00.

F Nuchols. great many growers cover the seed II"1 ACHE when you can get a bot
" Wines, Liquors and Cigars Woodley, one, E C Walker. with loose, rough/ stable manure, some tie of Thomas' Headache Cure, that will Good for 100 on'any CASH purchase of SHOES over $1.00.
No reports were received from Fort loose litter better for lOc.
others claiming a
In short order
1
"<,. Anoeuser-Busoli' Extra Pale on Draught. Drum Narrows, Haulover,.Spruce Bluff, yield; but I have never found this planto cure you H. R. THOMAS, Good for 15c on any CASH purchase of SUODS over $2.00.

#r:, Fine Cold Lunch Served Daily Banyan These or credentials White City.respectfully submit succeed well In the South as It la apt Chemist & Druggist. La Villa Pharmacy W Good for 23o on any CASH::\ purchase of $5.00. I
_ '/ The best of Service and a plenum quiet to give scabby potatoes. The cultivation Jacksonville, Fla.MAINHARD ill
I, I sesort. JOHN F. MUNCH, Mgr. ted as straight and true, no contents of this crop should be often and Good until June 1st, 1000. jJ,
having been submitted.-Signed, W. L. !
' thorough, always working to the grow.
{ Hughlett, chairman, and other members and the time the Is BROS.
I Ing plant, by crop Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville. Fla.
of the committee
"JUST FAR ENOUGH NORTH"KJfJOT
made the plants should be on a moderately -
The report *s read with some minor
YOUR MUMMER OUTING AT high ridge. Whenever blossoms
,, .HOTELVICTORY corrections\ was accepted and adopted.then appear, cultivation should cease, as any Cleaning and Dyeing
chairman
The temporary an. further cultivation would damage the
,
non ooed that permanent organization yield in lnu>iierlng! with the multlt.l idi l.
';; w. 5-Tnt In-Bay IsltLAKEEIUEO: was In order, and Mr. T. V. Moore was noun small roots all through the soil Establishment, 12: New nan St.. Clothing

a' 'II-' TheWorld's called to proslde over the convention, acting as feeders! fur the young tubers. cleunud, dyed repaired and pressed. HARDWARE.Doors
t.\.j. : and the temporary and assistant secretaries .
it: IjiriruKt, most All the large growers of this crop entirely JACKSONVILLE FLA.
i2nniNaK>*4H olmrinlnifsinnmw were made permanent. discard all rough, rank fertilisers
t hotel Cool|,ilxllichtful air,Dn .uhln olmngenure Mr. Moore, on being escorted to the all kindredmanures !
stable and
such
as manures
water, no 0"1"1"-1 "tlolf, booting.
| chair by a committee, returned thanksto A Beautiful and Valuable Home
kind the
ilslilnif. bathing tlsncliiic, uatatorlum-aibusuments of every nearest to
lnnunierabletlerge| band and orohe tr.,. the convention for the compliment, the best In this line being either goat or for Sale at a. Bargain, Sash and Blinds Paints Oils
21 con lawn service and uuslne uniiiir. |>.ass..il regarding! It an expression of appreciation ,
free from litter
All white servants. Rnies ti no to ,II.IHI per nay. sheep! manure, entirely Ali
-- ., of the efforts of the executive commIttee and well rotted. Indian river Fla., consisting
'10.110 ':llI week Ob" family "w. June thoroughly At Mlcoo, on '
20 10 Kept. 15. 1I..lItl.1I1. folder..to",by ..natl.Addree. to serve the best Interests of the Regarding: the moat profitable variety of 10} acres, a well built, two- 'j..

I T. T'lMunroe W. MoCreary.t..I.,TI'L&PO Hen" Manager, 01110. party. lie then called for the report of to plant different sections have different story house, 7 rooms; a two-storYBto'e Glass, Cutlery and Ammunition.; ..
the committee on platform and resolutions In this suction! Rose" 18x32ft. handsome front lawn
After June lit. l'IIt-ID.na", Obll preference. "Early building, : ,
which was read, by Chairman M. and "Bliss Tilumph" are the favorites. shaded by palm trees; a 300 foot cock) ;
U. Snms, of that committee, as follows: Both of these are pink or red potatoes 'J.:0 budded tangerine and grapeFruit
this convention > orange J1'T<>. s. :$: O1: c CC>.
Resolved, That cordially
CANCER don't want other trees ready to budMX
CURED but some markets any trees; 1.0 sour -
at HOME.
, .. endorses the lIon. James D.
Beggs
kind of potato than white, and in that > young nursery stock; artesian well; .
for Governor. distributed 122 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
would have stick to the
to
\ case, one 1,21)0) foot galvanized pipe
;,0 NO KNIFE, NO PAIN. The following resolution was adoptedIn white varieties. ")o orly Ohio" Is the over place; 1 acre wood shed for pineapples -

Send for free book. Add,..., regard to changing\ the route for the best white potato for an early potato ;a few hundred Porto llloo pineapple .

+ Cancer Sanitarium. proposed canal from St. Johns River, that I know of; but for a late crop and a plants; railroad station on west
7e lending Into Indian River: good heavy soil\ the "Freeman" Is cottairdy line of this place; tramway running to GAY '
BELLEVIEW FLORIDA.. The State of Florida. has '
i: Whereas, entered the bent. river front on the east. This place to be
;\ .... ., into some arrrngement wi tit certain send the claims made The
the be
: -- -- -- --- As to cutting appreciated must seen. very BROTHERS'GROCERS.
parties to cut a drainage canal In Bre- for one or two eye pieces have been so handsomest place on the river. The
; HEAR & TAYLOR vard county from the /St.:: Johns River hammock.
dlHousned the ( best
:' 9' Indian much agricultural press land Is of the Orange
Into the River, via the EAU Gallie
with such
and among practical growers trees nearly all in bearing now.
Artesian River, and, conflicting results that we must leave Apply to D. L. OAVI.DKM, Atty., .
WellCONTRACTORS Whereas, The cutting of such canal the matter to one's own best judgment. Tltusvllle, Fla.
along the route mentioned will t b.> a men- I have always found one eye pelces do We make a Special Feature of our

ace to the good of our farming people, and beat with mo, providing they were cut Tltusvllle Laundry.Mrs. .
fl i 'I Whereas, The cutting of such canal thick-that Is to say a good thickness Mail Order
Into and via the Sebastian River will be Department.Knowing .
behind the eye; for one must remember Geo. Cook, of Titnsville, is now
Eau Gallie Fla.Yirginia .
equally effective for drainage and other that In the early stage of the growth of prepared to do laundry work of every

i purposes, and will work no Injury be. the young plant, all Its sustenance Is description. All work guaranteed.Leave how difficult it Is in some localities to !get GOOD GROCERIES
,. { cause of the Inlet near the mouth of said derived from the starch contained In thepaieat your washing at G. F. Duren'i CHEAP families can send us their order. with the assurance of having them tilled

'; Sebastian River;. therefore, belt cutting. Now If this cutting\ is I corner stops opposite ADVOCATE office. promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will\ be satisfactory.We .
Homes Resolved, That this convention' do request of a substantial nature, the young plant carry the moat complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida, and hart
[ ." our delegates to the State convonlion will be correspondingly) thrifty and Steamship Tickets. I many articles not usually found In other and smaller houses.JOT" .
to Impress these facts upon the Incoming
hearty, and later on will give a good I
nominees of the Democratic : SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.:
/. report of Itself In a good crop. The Two tickets for sale first :
; .
\ steamship
----" and to use their bent endeavors to -
teed should be cut three or four days ---------- --
r.arty. Brunswick York and
; You learn all about Land. them accomplishing the above class; to New return 1
f Virginia before planting as the skin formed on "
I:;, Us change of route for said canal. the starch In the ; cheap. Mallory\ Line. Apply to ETL "W ADD =mLL
resources, products, mode of cultivation Motion was then made and carried to the cutting locks up ADAOCATK Office, Titusville, Fla. ,
I inside for the use of the plant as
young
f prices eto. by reading the
,
proceed with the election of delegates to
mentioned. A piece
ri; Virginia Farmer. Send lOots. the State convention, and Mr. John Henry already planted Immediately Is newly-out almost sure toot VISIT the most peculiar and interesting Miami City and Dade CountyReal -

I), ., .. for 3 months subscription to they placed the following names In nomination in the ground before the sprout Is .Ight In America .

" y;.?' /, :Farmer Co., Emporl"",/'Va. as such delegates: A J Carter, M strong,; enough to take care of \itself the THE FLORIDA.OstricbFarm. Estate Bureau.
S Jones, jr, M S Sans: John Houston ; :
,1 -.. - .. '. action of the soil on the moist. surface
snit W J Tucker. These nominationswere
skin forming as a coverIngfor .
preventing a
.: For Sale. seconded by A. I). Penney, Eitq., In its
---- a few appropriate word complimentary preservation.C.. K. MrQuARRiE.: Co. -A select list of-

,. 14 acres choice land, at Georgian, to the delegates, and Incidentally mentioning
fronting Indian and Uitnsnn\'On, partly the fact that they were selected I3ILy L3h4C11yIle< ; : Propcrty: ,
DOORS SASH AND BLINDS, paint,
From the whole length of the
;, cultivated. .I,104.l.00j terms to suit. county. JACKSONVILLE.
"' Address, ; Elected!: unanimously. oil, pure lead and zInc, cold water a City Lots, Fruit and Vegetable Tract of all sizes for Investments. Prospbate and
I Mr. M. : then the palnta. Send for 1"I"elilts\ and color
CoURTtANII Hl7CK MAX, H. Snnm proposed ORANGE
GROVE LANDS West Coast.
cards. on,
', 22 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla names of the following persons as dele Iw h'r
M gates to the Coniitosolonal convention: OEO. H. FKRXAU, Sanford, Fla. For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for

, : J R Walker, W F Richard*, G B Gardner, t ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS: ,
" \ TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. Dr W L Hughlett and W S Norwood.' If In poor health consult Dr. Vincent, Fertilizers Chicago, IlL Chicago, IlL
---- LTnanlmous vote. Mohawk building, Jacksonville, Fla.
r The following are the times of arrival After /omt little discussion the delegation Avenue D. over Dank MIAMI. FLORIDA.

; and departure of passenger trains to and to the State convention was In. ANNOUNCEMENTS.All
\ from Tltusvllle structed for Hon. J. I). Ueggs for Governor .
: :R: MIMS:
:: :1"r.: FLORIDA.
,, HOCTHIIOCIB. and Hun. \\'. B. Larnitr for attor : TITUSVILLE,

, I Lea"..Tltu.Tlll for Miami unil I'st. .? ney-general, as long. as either of these political announcements under this A -D.ALEBJ.- \
tnteruuMllnu polnta'. I :< 1'oIU gentleman have a reasonable chance of heading will\ be c'harged for at the unl-
Arrive from JaDketln.l1I. "9:30: election; and the delegation to the Congressional form rate of $:.1 each, strictly In advance.

OftTHDOUJIIP. convention was likewise instructed
L.&T. Tltu.TllL. for Jark on,1l1. I 8.3H: a.lo for Hon. R. W. Davis.The 1-:1-: ti EssJs
): 1 and tnterme.llst.polot J..I5Y'ipm: FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. *
Q:)
Tltiuvil'lo'for: a'nlor Arrlve.Titu.vtitfrom Sanford iU9p.nt:: transportation rates, and after.few minute To the voters of Brevard County: acs

\ discussion on this topic, the business I hereby announce myself as a candidate 1 g;.
t.If Nearly500 rlcntlablnU. standing' I to 10 feat -
?; Send the ADVOOATB order the convention declared
[ an for of wan for the
any for Prosecuting Attorney blKh. weiKbiiiir" YOU to*.W poun.l* ....,b. Ostricha..og.auka.ltttog
:, job printing you need.) accomplished and an adjournment tine bounty of Brevard subject to the action and baby Mtrlcba..
. tin wan taken. of Uw Democratic County Convention lnu e.kh LGel.tesesotwt y

- '- jy Reading notice ds. on this page If I am nominated a.d elected shall do all about visitors ebe birds through their the DO.U.faro ia 'talupi. axpWntng -,

...$ dye cents per line per week. -Do you filter your drinking water f my dnty.. .A.u. E. ASI>&awA. ......... eto' A.LSO GENERAL REPAIR WORT) OF ALL KINDS, BLACKSMITHING, ETC.wrPrr .

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