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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: June 29, 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: UF00075918:00078
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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VOLQO.. NO. IB. TITUS VILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNK 41 1). *:HOO. 1MIICE, 60.

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LOCAL NEWS I -Mr. Robt. Motlow spent a day or so -Key. J. A. Hughes went to Palatka; I FRESH PEACHES this nf'ernoon FISHING ON INDIAN RIVER. I over (5, people. This.. lie hotel that

In Cocoa this week. yesterday. [. A ( oLnsi I1TU', Tltusvllle.Mr. tho nominated governor and his J party
put 11Rt.. Everybody: that we met wha
Mr.T. E. Stone of this place has Sheriff Jos. P. Brown paid a visit to' While (lulling from the Railroad wharfat
And Topics! of General, Interest. Frank Boud of the Bond Lumber stayed at this house. sauL lilly got full
boon enjoying: a few days'' visit to St. Jensen on Wednesday.Mrs. Co., passed through hero, Tuesday. Titusvillo, on Saturday, 111 r. J. T. value for their
money.
this week. Price hauled six line trout with hook
Augustine on his to Miami. ,
visiting way
\ Jos. P. Brown has boon
and line. Tho Everett house Saratoga! U now
Society and General OotHip In connectionwith -Mrs.\ A. D. Penney and little Miss relatives at Rockledgo, this week. Miss ,
Annie Patlllo of
Ostcen arrived Mr.' Clms. Case recently spent a few open for the. IICIIThe. Everett I la a
Mlseayne Bay L..keVorth., Indian.Banana Laura have been enjoying a visit of a County Surveyor J. O. Fries left for hero yesterday afternoon, on a visit days at the Ilaulovnr. and caught about well known house nt Saratoga' and I is

anil Halifax Rivers, KeVe.t I day or so at Cocoa this week. the Hanlover, yesterday} to lay out a to Mrs. W. B. Wad'dell.Mrs. :i)6lbs.() of 11 Ollt wllh hook ILI.Ilno. \ In the both hotel for transient. and for families .

and all Coast other of Important Florida Point Brief mention along the 01Intere.Un" I -Mrs. Geo. B. Hall, of Sebastian, who new road. 11[. S. Jones, jr., of this place, canal. Mr Case j gives a wonderful,'* for tho UII1I1>UI'. Tho hotel Is alt

Kant Partiof baa been visiting relatives In town for a has boon enjoying a visit with her father, count of the excellent Unhlng to l be had urttod centrally for the ..prllljIIILI\.1 for
Events from Various -\\fro\ 8. G. Vanlandlnghnm
; week, returned home Wednesday.All manager at Rockledge! this week\ at tho 1 lan iover Ciitml, which Is about the social activity of Saratoga, anaL the
Know of the Bond Lumber Titusville
the World About People You Yard ,
nine miles north of Titusvillo rates. are reasonable I'. M.\ /Suarei a'ehlknown
"' and People You Von't Know Pickedup the delegates to the State Convention went as far as Neoga, yenterdny.Mr. -Miss Christina Norwood I. of this .. :St. Augustine hotel proprietor ,
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: by Our Society Editor and a'"rlf'l.t..rr are at homo again, and enjoyinga -\ '. Carl C. Curtis, after enjoying a place hits. been visiting her Mister, Mrs. Is. said. to bo managing this hotel '
nf Correspondents. scattered along'" the rest after so much frolllcking In Jack week's visit with his family .In Jacksonville Jos. i''. Mitchell lit 111<\11001&thlll& week. Tlie Euurtla at. :Miami.Tlio very ,muwessfully.Clarendon. .
East: Coast of Flor"'". sonville.\
\ returned home on Sunday after- -Mr n St. Cl'ilr" VUlmtt.' nt In.linn fnltowlntr Invitation hits been received hotel at Saratoga N. Y.,

THE ADVOCATE Messrs.. Wm. M. Brown and E. T,. noon. 0:,', paonuU luiutiitli' hole, Saturday: I'SL. at this olllct<: "You nro ooidUlly opened for tlio season Mondav! uuiUir

$1.1!>0 annum, In Advance. Brady of this place have been spendinga -M r.... I, C. Brnnnlng entertained the en route to :Scranton 1'ii., for the sum invited to visit Mliuul\ on tho week of the I he management\ ) of. Palmer' A McDowell,

:1.00\ per" .six monthn, '. couple week.of days or so in Jacksonvillethis Ladies Guild of. St. Gabriel's Episcopal mer. 4th of July, and see the wonders of the well-kmmn huftIIII"1I t>f St. ..\ uignsthne.I .

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries.. church at the Indian River! hotel on -Mr. Alfred St. Clair Abrnms, a prominent Magic City. A 'great barbucuoaud lino I Hugh F. (Irilllu I III asslsaut manager.
-Miss\ Ethel Content who has been Saturday IR8tOolltractnr Attorney of Tuvai-ps. arrived In list i>f amusements have been provided Tho I Clarendon I III one of the best known'
In the Hank of for the Illi and would I no doubt hotels of Sarntoga& and under the ,new
employed Bay lilscayne who has town yesterday to attend to a law case I you ,
date of printed J. Davis
expiration T.
Note upon
Miami for a few months. returned to Titusville before Judge Jones. enjoy lie occasion., Hotel iiooomimidatlons management I It will obtain. I If possible,
your paper: or wrapper every week. This on Sunday afternoon.Mr. been at Judge Jones' place Klondike I will I I I ho supplied at the usual low oven n nioro leading I position I I In the f..-
ig a receipt for your money. No need for .some time past', building house, returned -Attorlll'ys.J. 1I.URlllc"an.I.J. C. Luring rates. Come: /and bring your I friends.' turo I Ihan It has In the past. The house

for tin to .send receipt for subscription. \ S. D. Holmes of Slmrpes! has to town yesterday, of Leosluirg were among the arrlvnls Your very truly 10. V. Illuctkinnn I E. T.liylnglon I III centrally located t the room are large

The date given I It to you. been In town several d.iys this week, attending -Dr. J. O. Scolleld of (Cocoa has gone In town, yesterday.. They are hero B. B. Tatutn, onmmlttn," and airy nnd the |,ilik//iu lire broad anti

When you subscribe for tim ADVO- : to the collection of data for the to New York and other points north for irpon law oases. before Judge M.S. Jones.Mr. shaded.

CATS by the year It loon not cost, you census of the United States. the summer. He recently left Furnan- ":".. S. F. Gray, of this has A Horlal llanee Manager A. M. Beck and Ida affable

three cents per week postage Included. -Dowling & Hatcher's bicycle hospital din on board one of the :"Mallory Line just purchased a- river front r.ll\ce. the wife "" 'I'U kept busily employed at the t

The INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE Is on at No. 12: Laura St., Jacksonville\ steamers. Delesplnn (1ll'Rnt. 1'1 t IIIIW Ill", from Mr: One of t.lIO most-plousunt. d.uices of Ooeuin'iew hotel Pablo He-ion, on Sunday

sale at the following new8- t\lIda, nt flu seems to keep quite butty. This firm Is Somo of the moil: delicious wine tlintve Geo. M. Kobblns, attorney for tim Florida the season. was !given by I hire Tlt.iisvtllo last.' An ADVOOATK represoiitutlvn, I
cents per copyTItuavllleLL': Bald to be one of the best. and cheapest Realty Co. who "'present, noted the dining-room"'
have ever sampled was minle by Mr. Social Club at the Opera house Wednesday
)
\ R. Wilson & Son.( In the full of dinner and OB.
bicycle repairing places city.Mrs. was guests at ;
O. II. !Malnlmrd at his vineyard Switzerland -One of our esteemed lady friends night. There was it large attendance
J. J3. Screven. resident. of Jacksonville F.-
E. W.: Hall after St. Johns Fla. It excelsIn and notwithstanding. tho waini prominent ,
Jackaouvtllo-Rathban\ Lote1.'a spending a county, very kindly presented us with a very "'Chis dinner I
maikedi I ii good a a*
: nit
1 Windsor hotel. few weeks. In Braldentown visiting her quality some of the French Importedwine neat cigar-ash tray, a cigar holder l\nla, weather, dancing was kept' up with! grout' have sat down to In some time anal our ;,

son, Mr. W. II. Hall returned home last of th.it description.Mr. cigar cutter on Wednesday, for which /gusto until II ::ao.) Tlio Indian River Jacksonville should Capt.Bock !
Saturday' accompanied by her' niece, she has our best thanks.,, Band under (lie l leadership) of t Mr. W. J KYoungs : people support!
L. Moreton Murray the hustling for ho and his. wife do all they can
rr Reading notice ads. are ten cents Miss !Maude Wlllard.\ \ kindly played on thin. occasion. ,
per line on this page. representative for the well-lcnown and -Mr. W. Gordon Brown a prominent The music was excellent, ann wa mncli to make It pleasant for everybody whit

-Contractor J, A. McGuIre of St. Augustine reliable commission house of Marx Bros., pineapple !grower' of Hobo Hound, Is at enjoyed by lie merry throng of ihinoers.! come hare,"

'was a passenger on Tuesday's Jacksonville was a recent passenger! for present making his headquarter at West .
Merrill's( Hotel Kathbun 1m hail. ,
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'm R' h southbound train en route to Palm Jensen and other places along the East Palm Bench whore he has been appointed
business of late analtinting
Uifhw! : lieacb where he is building cottages and Coast. The above firm does n big wholesale manager of tho Wlndella Pine. Ice Cream Movlal. wonderful Convention run of week to make;

enlarging the Inn for Mr. II. M. Klagler.Mr. business produce, fruit etc. apple Plantation.Miss for the numerous guests,, two or room three

1@@ -! G. Nolle, of Shiloh, who has. '-'Tho four-mostod schooner .Tnmes Vcllle Brown of Hawthorne The Titusvillo\ Opera houso looked had to ho' plilceal In a room. But there

; been In towu a couple of days or so this. fudge, with a oaigo! of o ml on board for who has been the guest of the Misses quite gay taut evening, whon, a large Hint wa very little "kicking" at this Ixiunuse,. '

week, says his. orange grove Is In superb the Honda Kant Const Railway Co., arrived Aline awl Daisy. Brady for a few weeks, merry party attended\ do. justice to the they had courteous treatment and I good

conrlition and I that he will probably ship In port ye.t rday, from Philadelphia. will soon leave for her home. Miss. good things provided by ...ver"llu.ly redouts. fare which made them feel n* If they ,

%" :2,000! boxes of oranges the coming sea The loading! machinery. the Jo'. Brown says she has hail a delightful Tho occasion wa an Ice Cream were In a home from home." In fact

"' son. E. C. Ry. Co. -Is being used for the first time\ In Tllu8vlll.., and l her pleasant visit :Hool.il given for the Imnnltt of the TltiiNvlllo an AIIVOCAT.K representative wa taihalbitt

1 : time In handling this coal. The boat has will long be remembered. Dune hill tlluli: mid wa under ( If this rush had kept up much long.
J. G. BVST ANNOUNCESthat
r/u MANAOEtt
: on board over l.MK( tonll.S'tul'll.lY'SKey the management of !Masdame Jame Manager! Merrill would have made
a SPECIL DINNER will be served West Inter-Ocean. -Dm. F. II. Oaldwell\ and Geo. H. Al- Prllchard George' M. Robblns. S','. N. enough money to have given hi* family a ,
.
I at the Indian River Hotel for TI- tree have In their ofllces In Jacksonville I.nlll'RII.I. A. I). Penney. There were to .rndofl anal Paris and buck to (
'\ --WIMI mJ tusvllle. people on the FOURTH OK -Dr. Geo. II. Attree a few days and trip j
spent Tampa" two of the finest MtHtlo Elea: four tables Inlt.he\ following! .ladles presided Jacksonville.
JULY. Private tables for families will In Jacksonville this week the /guest of trio Machines to be f"lInrlllthe, Mouth, over them! Misses. A line and

be reserved on application. Dr. Col well. All the Doctor's. friends with all the latest X-IUy" attachments, I Daisy Brady NollhlIl't1wn. Bessie. Hall, Mr.\ A L. Fabyan who l has been connected -

/ f@w@@ -0. L.-Keene's ladies' dress goods and wore pleased to see him again as he Is. and with them they are nicking/ some Kin ma Wright, Kate I'ri tchiiird and with the Barron for many year, :

establishment corner Bay and looked upon as very talented, and one of wonderful cities of rheumatism etc Grace Keyworth. MI'It.V.. N. Hendry huts purchased the\ Lancaster house at
millinery the most popular men on the (Gulf Coast presided*over the cairo tablu. Lancaster, N. 11., anti will\ bo all8ll1t.e d\ In .
\ @mJi' Laura streets business. Jacksonville during Convention did a tremendous of Florida., Dr. Altree Is a hail-fellow-\ States Attorney J. D. Bugg, one of Several cake wore auctioned, after the its management by his nephew... Mr.

well-met is kind-hearted.and hits a !good the defeated candidates for governor, ar. .. and Fubyan I III well known, to tourists amitraveler
week. This Is one of the best aud oldest ; rived In town, yesterday.' Although( supp r wa over one especially was t-
word for everybody. The Doctor from lila former connection J
to having mlnature baseball *,
nay attractive -
/
established. houses In the city. We do very
the Indian\ many of \Mr Ituggs'! friends, are sorry .lie House. and the
hAIl hosts of friend along dlalOonlIllel\ on top, with. the men with the Mount( 1'loasiint
not wonder at them doing .such a trade did he takes tIre 1,
\i' will seek the late..rflshlon I River.I Dr. Altreo left for his home at not !get thai nomination In position for a /game, ami "Titusvillo. Fabyan House In the White Mountain; ,
the ladles always and :
@ its matter philosophically\ Is flatworry
lICcWU@GJ and the most for their Port Tampa City last night. very \Heels", In lalsed. letter. Tills was hid In Hotel Eastman': Hot Spring, Ark., and
money. Inj over It. We wish him better
anal I is
; by Mr. W. H. Brannlng Qulnoy House, \Boston, Mass., possessed .
Judge J. D. VanDeman a prominent luck time.
next
C. T. of Ankona of a* well a*
-Attorney McCarty, The Indian River Band was In attend- personal popularity
Mr. W. H. II. of Eau Gal- and resident Dolawaie,
Glenson wealthy ,
was In town a day or so this! week, when -It Is more than prolmMe that the slice discoursed\ sweet music during practical experience He I la thoroughly ,
lie and Is well-known winter visitor to
In Tuesday.Mr. who "
was town Monday O.. a
lie left for St. Augustine. Mr. !McCartyhas In the AOVOCATK members of the Indian Itlver Band! and the evening. The hall was cleared' about acquainted\ with. the hotel situation' !. 't"
Indian
and Mrs. Frank Forster, of Orchid just sold a tract of land to a wealthy this week River : writing"I'loiiso. find! enclosed other residents of Tltusvllle will liars a (11:31)::(() and dancing wa I then Indulged In New Hampshire. ,

were In town a day or two the resident of St. Paul Minn.land on Qrange' check for $1.50 says( for re-newal of subscription car to themselves on the ;lnl. so that --_.-, -- The Oriental hotel and Paine'* fir*' .j I
first of the week. Ridge, and some of the Is now being they can travel to Miami-211 miles-In Manhattan\ Beach
to valuable for another work exhibition at ,
Tour paper
Notice to ItnlMliifC Contractor
prepared for the reception of orange comfort and all together. We have
no
-Mr. A. L. Sterrett, representing the year. The ADVOCATE keeps u* In touch Coney Island opened for the season last
trees. The growing prospects of doubt the Miami will treat Tltusvllllan -
wholesale hardware house of It. T. Sem- orange with our beloved Indian River; and nowthat people 'rbul'sdlLynlflU. A large crowd wee. on
Brovard county are now excellent and do right royally on the Fourth. The School lloord of Brovard county hand, do honor to the occasion.. At
mes &: Co... wan In town on Tuesday.IV I am .a freeholder there, 1 cannot to
If you feel like entering Into the cultureof without It." .Since the removable of that old and I 18 now ready to rocelvo bid for the the hotel Mr. Ure"ve"1 the manager! wh*
YOU WANT SOMETHING NICE the luscious orange now Is the timeto building\ ( of a now Huhool-bulldlng In the affable
reliable watch and Jewelry business, the I I" well anil favorably known a* -
for breakfast try one of our skinned buy land at a reasonable rate.| -Uotil August 1st the East Coast, sign of the /golden alligator from the Tltusvllle, Fla. Plans and Hpecllloutlons and oonrteoii* manager of Iltitel Alcazar.
hams. CARROLL & GOL1)srIThr.Mr. >> ., l Realty Company will sell one acre river for sarno will be found In thtt olllco. of entertained
-The titles to that fine body of land corner of Buy and Main streets Jacksonville St. Augustine a party
Harry Wilson, of the Cocoa and known as the Delespine Grant having front on the Delesplne Grant just southof !Mr. I.oiiIs I. (Stephen say llmt, I Dr. J. M. Dlxoti Tltusvllle., All bidder of friend* at dinner, and It was, a Ute ui
News visit Tltusvllle running back ten acres, for lii uust I lurnUli with I t their bids' n *5IHI( ) bond hour before tho affair. came tan > ,
Rockledgo makes flying to boon perfected, the Florida Realty Co., not only lit.. old\ 1 patrons followed him to plousunt' )|
Titusville, Sunday, returning same day. has decided to .sell part of It at a surprisingly $15.00) ) per acre. Now Is the time to se his new stand in the Traveler hotel Igned! with a good and' solvent\ surety, end. Many of the patron of the -

low figure.! ,It adjoins Titus cures beautiful cite for a residence! and block but he I is continually gaining new to be approved of by the School Board, place who have registered for the season
-Mrs. Robt. Motlow and family left orange grove with Indian River! front conditioned that If lie receive the contract .
and found those "oooan
vllle\ on the South and a tine shell road customers, as they find his workmanship were on hand
here, Weduesday for Lexington, Ky., is being built along the river front to and on the new shell road. After Aug. Is of thH bent and I the goods he has for he will forthwith furnish a bond breeze*," so widely advertised, more
where will sl end the Bob let the price will be rained to #:20.00. / sureties
they > summer. : per for ..l.OOwith two solvent than welcome.
Ilsrdeevllle. Any person wishing to buy sale are what they are stated to be. and
will bo rather lonesome until their re- acre.! Titles perfect. Apply to Get M. ,
worth each the amount thereof to secure
of this fine should write his suit the
some property Rublilns. Tltusvllle\ Fla. for prices seem to public. The Duviil hotel, Jacksonville during
tarn. 1 Mr. Geo. I'!. Robbins Titusville KU.Mrs. I. attorney the performance of contract. according
-Mr. Clarence'V. Murphey of Savannah -; the company -VlcePre lclent J. K. Parrott' !genial to the plan and specllloatlon without the convention wa n 'Rht.-It' wa literally

traveling; passenger Rgejlt of several Jan. Holmes wife of one of Among those that will kindly receive countenance loomed up here yesterday, delay and to Insure the county againstany / besieged. Every nook and corner
Jensen's prominent pineapple growers, board his car lie was accompanied material Hen. was tllltI to its utmost. That affable '
railroad and steamship lines, was a recent -! the thanks of the ADVOCATE for the on private labor or being placed '
visitor to Tltusvllle and other' was a passenger for Jacksonville on Sat- courtesies extended to Its staff during by Gen'l Supt. H- T. toff. against soul. building.! Tlie Board reserves manager and hi* charming wife )fr. Rod

points along the East Coast. urday. On Sunday she boarded the the Florida State Democratic Convention Considering\ the warm day they were the right to reject any or all bid Mrs. II. W. Sperry, and theirrorp of jolly
Clyde steamer Algonquin) for New York looking remarkably cool noon after they presented.Blil assistants worked like trojun to try and
D3P Will our down-river correspondents to join her' husband who preceded her are the Times-Union Citizen for the struck that everlasting cool, Indian River will be received' up to 1 o'clock' p. pleuso. everybody. Hon. J. I). DegK,
and liberal of and
oblige by sending/ their Item to this some time ago owing to ill\ health. Dur. free supply printed breeze at Tltusvllle. Messrs. Parrott m. Tuesday, .July: IIMM candidate for governor, and his party
office not later than Tuesday, the :3rd of ing Sir. Holmes' absence. north Mr.' R. ruled ballot sheets and other writing me-. and Gel were on an Inspection\ tour of M. F. GIUH, Chairman. were loonU'd at this house during the
teri.. also Mr. Chas. II. Smith the efficient
July HO that our staff may be able geta D. Hoke will attend to the gathering ; the railroad between Jacksonville and J. It. SAMe, Hupt.Dry convention. Mr. Sperry supplied the
few hours rest on the Fourth. ....jMr. and shipping of his Immense stock of secretary and treasurer of tie Miami and no matter how hot theweather Dutch lunch at the smoker, Thursday.
We hope the beneficial air Board of Trade; and to that untiring fall to watch the evening In the Armory. and those that
pineapples. they never closely
,
and Mrs. W. B.Wl&dell118000\ ,
worker who always tries to do his best
leave for Ashevllle\ N. C., whero they of New York will fully restore Mr. Interests of Mr. II. M. FUgler while he GyprnxM atli. partook of It said It wa the best lunch
on occasion to make the* guests of
Holmes' health. every I la absent north. that they had ever men put up on an oo- t;
are going visit of about four' five "
on a or. that free and open-hearted metropolis of
Half million now ready for shipment. ca lon of that kind!, In the city of Jack
weeks with friends. On their' return Writing the ADVOCATE from Chlco- Florida the city of Jacksonville feel -The law business of Robblii A Graham Send orders. sonville. -

they may make Jacksonville\ their hed- pee &"ahia, Mass., Mr. James Flint says: comfortable happy-Mr. W. White. Tltusvllle and Miami has been aoquired > your G. F. l'AtDIMON.: Eau Gallle.

I quarters.Mr.I "Having had" the pleasure, during two At the MoTvelre Memorial Church. by Geo. !'t[. Bobbins, at Tltusvllle The New Arlington at Potoskey, Michigan

John K. Walker ban Lad various winters past of visiting the East Coast and Walter rt. Graham at Miami. The open for the season of I1MXI) on July

Improvements made to tile inside of his of Florida and making the acquaintance Jacksonville of on Haydn's Tuesday Oratorio evening IL Creation fine former members will\ \ continue the practice AMONG THE HOTELS.Mr. I. The Arlington wax Michigan' first
of the pink so ably edited programme law Individually their successful fashionable summer resort bOo .
.store this week to make room for his newsy paper was rendered by amateurs, wbloh of at respective -
varied stock of by you, I wish to renew subscription ofllces. The Robbins A Graham Co. tel, having achieved renown for Michigan
[ ever-Increasing big and Mr. for a longer term than before. Enclosedfind wo: a great treat to all lovers of music. (Incorporated) will\ continue In the land J. E.': Hlckey the now lessee" U before either Macklnao Inland. or Charle-
goods. his business
To concentrate The two young sons of -Mr.! Benedict of now In charge of the KI mball House, Atlanta the established" .
which the volx. Two later
Walker and two dollars, is one thing business at Tltusvllle and Miami, Indisposing year
has soda fountain
moved his
the well-known dry good house of Jack- U.*. Mr.' Hlckey, It I I. suld ha put that to
return Petoskey
the
other from his old stand next toScreven's needful for you to keep press running of Its own properties of which a summer colony :
/goods sonvllle Masters Leon and Edwin
buildIng and want from the door.Mr.Flint list will .b* furnished on application. the hotel In the very taut possible shape, found magical new tie luxe Arlington
drug store to the Wager played solo on the violin\ and Mute at a total expenditure of about .1 .fJflfJ. second In the world
(
of B. K. understands what Is needed to Abstract book snowing" the titles of all hostelry, to none
the drug store
adjoining which would have done credit to much
Wilson A Son. !keep a newspaper running. older artist The music these two lands In Brevard county are kept at the Mr. Charles II. Davis: manager of the Western resortdom whoso. transformation -
office of Mr. RobMns In Tltusvllle, and hotel St. and, .a furmer assistant had cost Into the thousands lay
forth
young gentlemen put certainly for Dade county at the office of Mr. An.hewl 1'oluclana I'alm the Chicago 41%). The Arlington plant .U
IP YOU PORTO Wanted: Live Animal charmed those The whole manager Royal ,
| WANT TUB GENUINE present. concert and of million'alre
Michigan
the pride a
I1aml.A
Graham, In ) Beach ban sailed for a three months' pet
Rio them fromJ. was quite a success and enjoyed by
pineapple plants get and its Interest are intently looked
WILC.IAMSOX, )Micco Fla And Birds, especially sand hi 11 crane*, everybody who wa* fortunate enough to tour through England: and the continent after by It* prospective heir, general
will be misled
of Europe.: Ills genial face
wild\ cats bears and panthers. Good be present.lie.
KAItll ClIANCi by him New York friend. manager S. H. Peck one of the most successful
paid for good specimen
Pineapple Crates. prices of the Michigan/ and Florida hotelmen
Address ROBERT E. CARTER. Rid of Your UN. )1 r. J. D. Price one of the affable manager who also own the winter Plaza, atRockledge. :
The CLOSING OUT SALE of Golf
Two cars lust received; also have Manager Palm Beach Zoo. of Hotel Ormond, Ormond; and Mr.' and Mrs. Peck spent
I 6jol Palm Beach, Fla. Goods, l'l..tola. Guns, Fishing Tackle, the New Mount Pleasant. house White after
| wraps and lIal .. May at Uie Chicago Beach hotel a
Prof. J. D. ) of Little Riv
Knives Ammunition
MacDonnell
ttclMors Razors ,
Gallic. Mountain N. If. left for the latter place Florida and il
G. F. PADDISOX, Eau highly/ successful season In ,
er.. will treat anyone of any disease Bicycles,etc., etc., which I nurcluMed: at 'a
accompanied
Tuesday. In. Price the
For Sale Cheap.The on are now at Petokey: upertntending
without knife surgeon or medicine for sheriff's sale, continue at the
I little late Ingoing
her husband. They'are a the formal of
for opening
Plants five dollar month, by the Weltmer SPORTSMEN'S EMPORIUM preparation .
Pineapple north. but Mr. and Mr.*. Price will 1. '
the Arlington on July |
sloop Golden Rule, large and treatment. Prof. MacDonnell I la a graduate 37. EAST BAT ST., JA'IUOot"ILLIi. be none the le** welcome\ at their floe
For sale-...Rod Spanish Porto Rico, roomy; 4O feet long; 14 ft. beam;cabin 21 of the Weltmer College of Nevada, :Mr. V/C./ Pitt man, who I la thoroughly mountain resort.
I Smooth Cayenne Abakka and Egyptian ft. long 10 ft. wide by 6 ft. high. Every Mo., and ham now hundred patients conversant with the stock, I I. In the store THE BIG DRUG STORE," Heffley

I Queen. Write for prices, stating kinds convenience for water. Good chance to along the East Coaat. Under this. treatment daily, prepared to show and sell the During the convention week at Jacksonville Pharmacy Bay and Ocean streets Jack..

[and quantities wanted. get a party boat cheap. Apply to Prof. MaoDoonell will treat and !good AI rare opportunity to secure there wa inch demand on sonville VIa. Do not forget the ad

C. T. UcCARTT Mrs. GEO. COOK absolutely guarantee to cure any disease bargain. the Windsor hotel that they bad to extend dre!**: Geo. Hughe.' old and reliable

Ankona Fla. Tltuivlile, 71*. with whlcb bumaoity .U afflicted. 17'i: JOSEPH: RCUAIHOV. their large dialog room, and fed drug bu1otIM.ni .










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i Use International Stock and Poultry Food-2o; 1 SOc> and 1.00 packages.

: Lambert's Death to Lice-10 cent, 23 cent 50 cent and $1.00 packages.Full .
f aosIN5S. some cases the external signs of Contagious Blood Poiton are so slight that the Mali e

victim is firmly within the grasp of the monster before the true nature of the disease line of Garden and Field Seeds. Fine seed Paper Shell Pecan Nuts.

l11 I known. In other canes the blood is quickly filled with this poisonous virus aud the ,

: : ... _1 ',t" swollen glands mucus t patches in the mouth sores on scalp ulcers on tongue sore wrectcs( Send for book and Information to

I ;J I throat eruptions on akin copper colored splotches, and falling/ hair and eyebrows L. CAMERON. Seedsman,
11 leave no room for doubt, as these are all unmistakable signs of Contagious Blood Poison. .

f j Doctors still prescribe mercury and potash as the only cure for Blood Poison. These poisonous minerals Not cures 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.

never yet made a complete and permanent cure of Contagious Blood Poison. They drive the disease .
back into the it for but it breaks in minerals -- ---" -
7a il .. system, cover up a while out again worse' form. These powerful produce mercurial
C'W'
: : tMM4L4. rheumatism and the most offensive sores and ulcers, causing the joints to stiffen and finger nails to drop off. Mercury and GEORGE MARX. JOHN :MARX.

j potash mako wrecks, not euros,and those who have been dosed with these drugs are never after free from ache and pain.S. .

S. S. acts in an entirely different manner, being a purely vegetable remedy ; it forces the poison out of the system, and JBJRC:>
& instead of tearing don, build. up and invigorates the general .alth. S. S. S. is the only antidote for this specific ,"mll. and 1VJ.A.JIE1:. S.9

I Jt& therefore the only cure for Contagious Blood Poison No matter in what stage or how hopeless the case may appear even
though pronounced incurable by the doctors S. S. S. can be relied upon to make a rapid. permanent cure. S.S.S.isnota Wholesale Dealers In

2 new, untried remedy ; an experience of early fifty yeais has proven it a sure and unfailing cure for this disease. It is the
only purely vegetable blood medicine known. GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE...

Mr. H. X. Mrer. 100 Mulberry St Newirk, N. ,., My* "I.... afflicted with fI terrible blood dine***, which. w. .. In isp.ti. it fir t. but afterward _
pred all over my body. The.t oou broke out Into core and It I I. easy to imagine the HiilTcrliid. I endured. Before I became convinced! that the
CRABGRASS FOR HAY. doctors could do me uo good I had upent" a hundred dollar, which warn' really thrown away, I then 131 and 133 East Kay Street and O anI8l4awuanStreet.
1 I tried varloui patent medicine, but they did not n.chhe dineane" When r had finiMhed my first ,
bottle of .S. S. *1. I wan. (irreatlv Improved, and waa delighted with. the renult The large red .uplotchea, FLA.
on my cneM, began to grow paler and .mallei, and before long dit ppeared entirely. I regained my JACKSONVILLE,
Editor Indian Jitter' Advocate lout weight, became troner| and my appetite improved. I was moon entirely Well" and my elite a*

t. One of the most errors of '(''l S S clear as a pieceuf 111._" OF. THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY.
tI conspicuous Send for our Home Treatment Book, which contains valuable information about ONE .

,,i 1i Southern agriculture In. the prnctlce of W;I, thin disease, with complete directions for; self treatment. Our medical department U

A corn'leaves for fodder and \ in charge of physicians who have made a life-time study of blood diseases. Don't,
I pulling neglecting hesitate to write for any information or advice wanted. We make no charge: what. 'tVuare; headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas;

i the crabgrass which grow spontaneously ever for t1i& All correspondence is held in the most sacred confidence. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA, GA. guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay Grain and Feed. 'We want

after the corn Is "laid by." ---- your Oranges and Vegetables. Give ug a trial and you will be pleased.
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1 The leaves are an expensive feed when : 1 MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville Fla.

; I ff the error of pulling la 1 considered, and THE FOURTH AT MIAMI. Notice. I, NOTICK. rr:: We only Sell to Dealers.

the weight harvested per acre Is much -
, beecurod The citizens of :Miami and surrounding N THff! CIRCUIT( COCRT IX AND FOHllrevard Ouardinn'n Notice of Applicationfor
; I i below that of the hay, which might considerable I Couuty Florida.In Sale of tell loItl\te. .
If managed. The pullIng country have .rained a Chancery.
properly "
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V of the com leaven It has been demonstrated amount visit of Miami money during to entertain the first those week that In C. X.. ltninsnVMS NOTICE HEREBY!: OIVKN THAT I. W. G.
may ... Qimrillan. for Hnitlilett Mnicrnde( John B. Stetson
by several Southern experiment July. The Florida East Count Railway Amy K Shaver.and bert...}Hill for Relief and Glady's. MuKrnder, minors, will on the. University
1 will low rates from all Its baud, n..... f. Kh.ver.l'ba,,- f and Ct. 14th day of .Inly A. H.lMMI. make application, to
, k << stations, damages the grain; In the put on very E. Wollborn suit Henry. J, Honorable. 1>. 1.. Oalll
. ear fully as much as the fodder) is stations and junctional points to Miami Iteaudett. County, Florida, for authority to sell at .
I for the occasion. Tickets will be on sale It appearing by the affidavit. of Jamet Andrew private: sale all of the following; described, Real
worth, If not more. True It Is not socany July :2nd and 8rd, and will, be limited to I *, .aolloltiir for complainant.C. A.]{ot>ln.on. Kstate, belonging' to said minors, lying and be- DELANO, FLORIDA. .
I lni In Hrevard County, Florida' to wit .
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that all of nuli defendants te nou-realdent of
& to cut crabgrass among the standing July 8th to return. Rate will be as the State' of Klorlda and all over. the age of Beginning at, a point on. Kant hank. of Indian
II corn stalks as It Is to pull leaves, but follows: i twenty-nn. yean sol that the defendants. .Amy River at a post HO links North. 23 degrees Went
Toaknonvltle to at.' Inclusive....*", 00Hnrh. R. ,Shaver" and her !inband UM>. F Shaver rexlilu of Northwest corner of land formerly' helonirtiia '
I with the land left free of ridges under to OukaliUi. _Angiiatlne" .. .. .. .... .. . 4 ((10 at 1.HI Kutledite) .nreet Hrooklvn, New York; anil to S; Ryder, thenou runnlnir :North 5 7 deeroesKast T ZMWf( mI.)
., 4 ofHawka that the ilofen-.mnt Cbs: *. K. wellhnrn real iie!! *at 8 In-iiHi chain. Honth 40 decrees 30 mlnuteaKant
s the system of flat culture a mowing Yelvluirton I 1-ark tu'aw to ritiiNvllia Smyrna...:..: : :::: :;;: ::;; 850llardeflvllleto : 130 Broadway, New York ('ity. New York; Slutthat : 83 links North. (17 duitreu. }.ausl u VI KO chs .). ,;. !'?

1 machine may be driven through cutting Mlrco ... . .. .. .. ....8 (MI the defnndant Homer Meandett reftlnen at to. Hnnnna River thence Southeasterly along ,
lloneland to Fort IMeras. .. ... .. . ... .. 8 BO 131: NAHHUII Street, >ew York City, New Yorlf I said river 6 77-100 chains to Northeast corner of
corn stalks and all; but the best plan for White City to Went Jtiplter .. ... .. .. 2 00Wcat and that there I I. no penion 'In the Htate of Klin, :laml': ,: formerly belonging I to S. Ryder, thence
lila service whom would 10111111h., nalil iloclefendanM Houth 7V deicrvea West H 10\-irft chains to pond,
1 ecurlng hay 1 Is to harrow the land Palm Itaorh to IMwrtti'ld.. .. .... I BOAnil ulnn| thence North< V3 degreesVest. 2 62 100 chains
t one fare for the round trip from all points above natnoil r It I I. therefore order
4)) smooth after the spring vegetable crop until of and Including Fort Luuderdiila.Palatka. ml that the:tNt'v'.1-r.: : : ;: '\ rt'anil thence South 11 donees 30 minutes West 2 II -IJO.
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. .... .. .. .. ..... ... .. .. ... ... ....$4 IMHanMateo her ., ,. >'. chains across, pond to East line of the land foriiieriy '.
it Is harvested (tills might also bo done on .. ........ ....... .... .. ... .. .... ...4 BOTolntaon and Homer J. Keaudett on appear at tile Clark's lielomrlnir 45 I mlnnteH1 U> 8. Ryder, thence'.: North, ,23 degrees
I Wests 4k-UHl chains, thenceHonth
In crabgrass the A.* W. Brunch I .. 4 INI office, at Tltu villa, Florida, on the .
corn land), allow It to grow up : : ," HI decrees 4) ininuteH West 3 J'' -II'')" chains
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Point on TltiiiTllle llranrh, (inn 4 (on SECOND HAY OF JULY. A. D. 1000. ,
to Indian River at rubber tree marked with
and harvest It once or twice. Everywhere a
of Ke Went. B
City 00Steals
Key Went, via ahmnior
b demur the
to plead answer or tu Complainant' three chops on eacb aide thence North 23 riairrees -
i you will flad this orabgrass.; and berths extra. bill of :complaint filed herein ; and It (. further Went 80! links to heglniiinK containing B
The rates from Jacksonville Palatka ordered that. thin notice be pnblUhed. onl'e"o..h lio-lco( acres; together: with: riparian:: :; rlirhts The, I
p A general yield Is one ton per cam but and Sanford will be tendered. connecting week for four consecutive week. in the INDIAN Southeast. corner of this land. being I m B2-in( J -
with fertilizers it doubled and trebled. RIVRK AovvorATK a newspaper. published In chains North of South bonmlnrv of Hectlon\ 17. \
lines. for basing purposes with" request lirnvard County, Florida Town htp 2H !South flange 37 East. This tracteinbraoea
Last spring I bad a field of strawberrles that low rates be made from all other WltreiiH, thn: Hon. Minor S .Yones. .lu In the State.THE *. (',,,,rt. and the .ea I of Haid. Court, at" rite Him Rivers, bounded, on the North: by land. of KH .
but could I not renew it for want of points Onurt HOlt.". t Titiuvlllo, Florida) thin tlie 18th Stewart, .and on the Houth by land formerly For Both Sexes. Tlilpt Scholastic Year l3eganOctober
j labor. The leaf stems stood about four d..yof May, IIMKI. of 14. Ryder, anil Includes. what remains" unsold
SEAL A. A. STKWART.!: of the two pa reels of land conveyed by ileed I from
Inches high with the loaves small. ,I FOURTH AT SEBASTIAN. [ ]. Rufus W. Stewart and Mary H Htewart to Anna 3rd. Send fort: Catalogue,
of the Circuit Court.
It Clerk Dasher, Out .
Maicruder Slav << 1N84 and recorded in
plowed between! the rows, and selected a r Hook:: K, mire 38, and by deed: from Daniel J1 College, Acn.demlc. Xorniul Art and Music Departments Large commodious!
rain and under and Futoh to Annalhisher, I Mnitriulerof Stay :3rd, 1
threatening day for will be celebrated Sebastian :Notice.
The Fourth at
ain! recorded Hook E, POKB tZ. Thelunil. to Iw. buildings with perfect sanitary artesian etc. )Insuring
arrangement water
over the leaves I applied by hitnd 1,0X() ) with more than usual ei-lnt./ The sold\ accordlnp' ; to the survey of J. Otio Fries. Dormitory ,

pounds cotton seed meat and 250: pounds following Is .a list of games, races etc., THK. ciKcrrr cornr OF THE SEVENTH Coo June tty 8th Surveyor, 101111. BrovarU county made. about perfect healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout ; faculty of 22
ti with prizes: IN Judicial\ Circuit of Florida In and fur J
sulphate potash per acre, It rained boo County. W. O. IrRr K. trained and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue containing Information.
fJ t Morning sports to begin at 810:! a. m. As Kuardlnn for infants lluuhlettM
fore we got through, but we finished the KM( yaids foot race, entrance, $ no) ,John -Va-K. Powell Jr., Cruder and Olad>a Mairnider. Address. J. F. FORBES President.,
F. J. WEBII Att'y for l-etltloners. :;
owing In the rain. Result, we had an Standing long jump .. 1 (00) John F. IX'laney and Margaret [I3jun4t --- ... _.
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I i4'I Hurdle race, 100 yards 4 2,5\,: IVtlaney wife,
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fl ; extra fine crop fruit. and ,lo.eih| Kuck.Tho Notice.
Ie this of crabgrass Throwing the hammer 25/ affidavit' of the Solicitor for the complainant .
In July I cut from piece H. A. HODGES.
Tug of war, between married having heen Shut whereby' It appear ...
t two ton of dried hay to the acre and single men, 5 00 that the.:. above: named. deftndiints: are ui.rosl- THIf CIRCUIT CoURT 011' THE !SEVENTH\ '
dent of the State of Florida and over. 21 years. of IN .. Manufacturer of
Circuit of Florida la and for lire-
ansi the latter part of September one Foot race, one mile, a 1 (hi) age; yard
Egg and race for girls.: Now therefore It Is ordered, that you, John F. County. and Yellow Pine Lumber.
and half to the We finished spoon .Cyprpss
i a ton acre. Tub race, 2fl Delaney. Munraret elavey. .and J-weph Hei'k lie H. I'. Day and Edmund Day. .. ..

Ished gathering our Agg plants. August Greasy pole 10 00 nnd TIHi."ai.iiear vlllo. Florida at thn (,'Ierk'"1'01the. uHlce of this Court In Ooomlyear.jr.-V8Chtrle a* Executor ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads Fruit and Vegetable Crates.

*1.' 10th, the first being gathered June nth. Barbecue dinner at 13 o'clock sharp. SIXTEENTH DAY OF ,JULY A. D, lIMO, Uoodyear of the Jr.wllf, of dereaaed Charle. Any one-contemplating; shedding their pineapples or oranges or building Inany

Egg plants being gross feeders, I applied Afternoon regatta lieu boats start 1 and answer the complainant's Mil In due course and against nirn In his own part of 1'lorldlwould do well. to wilte\ for prlc s. The saw mills are locatedat

to these 1,500) pounds cotton seed meal, o'clock; entrance 10 per cent. otherwise the .bl1la will lie token agaInst you Hunt! and Mrs. Charles Buffalo Bluff ''near }Palatka on the J.. T. K. W., Ry. Lumber delivered to any
let prize .. $13 00 ... confessed.It floodear, his' wife;; anti of the East Coast. Address II. A. : Buffalo Fla.E8TA1ILIHIIKD .
250/ ( pounds bone meal, 250 pounds dissolved 2nd 0 00 Is further prize he sent to earn of the defendanta to wit: To France K. Ooodyear, "
p bone and 250 pounds. sulphate of :Hrd prize tI 00 John F. IMtlaneyand Margaret Ualaney at Hrooklvn his wife, Mary Henrietta:: mungase. -- .. -. -

. i I this fertilizer being applied at The course to be a double triangularcourse. New York and t>> Joseph' Keck, addressed noodyear Caroline llooil., 1880.
I I potash, to him at 1.13: Road street New York 'Ity, and year :Nelson Ooodyear Annas .
f t' 4 several<< different times. From this land, ., The dav's festivities will close that another oopy he pnaieil at the Court Home Ooodyear. and EvelineHoodyear
with a grand ball at the hall of the Se.boMllan door of llrevard county, said copies to be mailed all of the above
4 ,\ with the tramping pulling up of deud : Social Club to commence at 7sJO: and posted. within :M days from the making of being resident of New York Bond: Lun.bor Co.

? plants etc., I out three and a half tons p. HI. All are cordially Invited, especially thl.o..r.A.n.llt U. further ordered, that. copy hereof .*City ml attain, State*!Anna of New Goodyear York ;, ,

t of hay to the acre. Fertilizers did It. those with boats from other points. published onee a week for four oimaeentlve" of Itoaton, Maaachunett. ,
weeks In the 1 INDIAN' IIlvI I had a large lot of different varieties of ed at 1'ltu""lIIe.l'lorllo." with a* little delay.aamav the attorney for tue ooinilaioantf| sbowlnie
fertilized MIAMI'S FOURTH OF JULY. be.IKMIB. that. each of the above defendant* ore o\'er the
same as
: pepper plants, eggplants and ordered at the Clerk' office at '(I-Ituaviile
age of 21 yeaia and, non-re iilenu. of the State of LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING
\ but had to keep them clear by .Florida this nth: day. of June A. 1).1900. .Florida and that. there I. no peraon within this ,

cultivator and hoe. Not off The citizens of Miami f".ve arrangedfor A. A !STKWART State, service of a subpoena upon whom would
i one spear barbecue Clerk Circuit Court Mrevard. (County. bind any of said defendant. It Is. therefore ordered Mouldings Turning and Scroll Sawing Also Veneered and Sawed
celebration and ;
I crabgroaa came to hay but I had the I a big on Hy u. A STKWAHT, D. C. that each of the d,ifendant above uaiiied Orange
on Wednesday, July 4th and Invite all i ROIIIIINN. OI.S(lAM appear to the bill of complaint tiled in the aboveentltlnil and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.Saw .
same amount of Mexican clover showIng Florida people to visit the Magio City on Holioltora\ for Complainant.. [ISjiinfiJul] cause attic t Clerk'. Onice., at Titunville
that It must not.be disturbed from that date. I I Florida. uix>n the Planing'and Shingle; Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at
I FIRST MONDAY IN AfQCST A, D., 1000 i DeLand and Titusvllle.
A fine of amusements has l'11\\ter's Sale.UNDER .
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Its first growth. programme
I and said. bill In due .
I answer course if 10 advised '
j 1!I A field cured without rain makes a been arranged Including public spoak- otherwise the name. will tie taken. a* confessed., .
lug, base ball, funny races bicycle races AND BY VIRTt'B OF A DKrRF.lt!: It I I. further ordered that. copy hereof be FOil
fine, bright, clean green hay when bated street parade home races etc., during .....' """.. and snle) entered, In the Circuit milled by the Clerk of this Court to "each, of the $ 3.2O. I
but If It gets. one shower! of rain It Is. during the ch.y. a grand 'firework display Court, of thn Seventh Judicial. Circuit ahoy named. "defendant at the addresne ptvonIn

I' blackened. If over-sweated In tramp on the be, :,, and a ball at night. nf Florida depending, i In and for wherein llrevard Dwltrht Cotmtv-ln W 1 Tuttle araunetherein lacomplainant the this affidavit order: anti within that lit within day from the same the period:makingof I a Sent to ns by Express postoflloe order or New York Exchange, we will)

ii The Titusvllle Hand, one of the best I and Andrew. Froschor. et. .1.. are cop hereof. be posted at the Court House door send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID, '
will blacken. Tho rain
It
cock or mow, auction front of the ( ounty; ala> that the Clerk cause this
will furnish music during the day and defendant. I will nell at public In ; : :
docs not lessen its feeding qualities ns of the Court House Door, unclog the !legal hours order. to be publlahed. with a* little delay a* way FOUR FULL QUARTS
I evening. I'I of sale'l upon::; the Oral Momlnv, In AHUtift \A. I>. be Ice a week' for four ncceMire week, in
, 1 cattle and horses eat It just ns well as The East Const Railway has given the 1'mo'' '' to the hIhest/ and l ent litdder for cash thufoilownr the IO i of ;.1.00 the roundtrip desurllied. real. estata situate In, the Tltusvllle Klortdn.Done .
when perfectly but when In this exceedingly tate; $ ) Of the Celebrated Seven-Year.Old
green and ordered\ at the Clerk' Office, at T1tuavllle -
l'"unty..e Hrevard and St&teof Florida, to wit t
b I from Jacksonville 1.50) from Pal this :Z'Jntl day of June. A. 1>. 1'010.'
: tate, It spoils its market value more or KuicliinliiK at the North went corner of Lot Sn.l.I
I atka, and $4.00 from Sanford: via either of Section 3:1.: TownshIp: South; Range( 30 Ba:: MI, CII'Cu1. A.bTKWAKT!:
I lens, according to. color. When put In route. Tickets will be on sale -on the run thttnce S OKI: ) M. BODKIN Hy O. A. Stewart I> C.
thence :Notth chains, thence Went 5 chains to
i ten ton lots, It will ferment more or loss, 2nd and 3rd, /good to return on-the 8th, place' of lientntiinir, containingacm/ more or Solicitor\ for Complainant. :2iijun3w:

# von when perfectly dry, but when sweated thus giving/ an ample stay for all who less, being the aiiine" 5 ,arreM tleedetl' 1 by NanntttMoCrory .
j ih wish to remain over for a few day. The and, Imsband. to P. J. Kenny anil, by blaster's Sale. We Milp In PLAIN PACKAGES no marks to I indIcate( content which will avoid all com
in the best Is to ment.) When l it .n.l test *'. 'If It III not .
tramp cocks plan said Kenny to Andrew' Frosclter, by deed tiled in yon get atififactory. return it at OCR EXPENSE andyour
made In from all
I. trip can be one day Hrevard County September ITth. Hint. t3.ifIw1ll be cheerfully refunded. This Whiikey( I* a.trend a.an00/ ( tbe market.
I bale It at once. G. J. P. points In the state as arrangements! havo I). L. OATLDEN. DER AND BY VIRTt'E'L1"' DECREE We are clo..- at hand aol can Rive yon been dolnir tm.ln..ln thH city\ and at the same' stand for over 15/ YEARS, and RES-
been made to avoid any Uy-overs. See :29jtiu2Tjiil Special Miutar.Adiuiiilstratur's U of foreclosure soul sale entered. .. the Cirf a* to our
PONSIBIUTY AND REFUTATION for .
honest dealing we refer you to any merchant here, or 10
A Parable.( advertising! circulars for further partli cult Court of the Seventh. Judicial Circuitof the editor of this paper. -
: Forlda.lnan.1 for U..nIOounty. In a cause
i ulars. ___________ :Notice. herein: depending wherein Tbe New Haven SOLOMON & LEVI,
t The following good advice Is clipped banking Company la complainant, and ArthurT. .
Half Kates to Clnelmmttl, O. Feaster anil ;Gt onre F. I>uren et a).. are de'enilanu. 1023 &: 1930 First Avenue
from an observant exchange: My I'on. 1'OTiOE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all Creditors I will sell. at public auction in front of P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM ALA.
Account National Convention U. Y. P. .r legate, dlstrlbufeea and all pemona.hnrlnir the Court House lioor diirinir the legal bonm of k ,
follow not In the footsteps of the loafer U. tickets will be sold .July 10th 11th claims or demand.* against the En- noon the first Monday in.; August A, I). 19no,
and make example: of him wlio is bom tale of F. A. Chapiet" | .deceased to present them :1: the hljhe'| t nd best bidder. for caab the fulowlnc : :- ,,(meT.w.. pay Express: Charges( to,all points l reached by 'SOTITnERJr" EXPRESS COM
no and 12th vU Southern Railway at one within two((2)) years from the date hereof to the dvacrlbed" real estate tltuute in the County PANT" bat to point on line of other Kxpiv Companies. we prepay only to points where
r tired, for verily I say unto thee their fare for the round trip, tinal limit July undersigned. or the same will be barred. A III".n" of Ilrevnrd and State of Florida, to-wit: Southern gaore. Company transfers to said otlier Expre.*.* Company..
Kith. Tickets can be extended to August indebted to F. A. Char-pel, will settle The North half of the l'iW" of the SWK of
. }iiI business I I. overstocked and the seats on with the undersigned.. Section 33: Township :2O South Range Kkuat,
rt t the corners are all taken and the whittling 1st, by depositing with Joint Agent JOHEPH P. BROWN. contaIning 20 acre O.E3I S :E3L'"t.7t-.I.J: : CO.
Cincinuattl. This route is twelve hours Administrator the Estate of F.A. ChappM.ntunvllle D.L. OAfLI>F.N, .
11II \ places are all occupied. It Is bettor 'quicker than any other line; two dally )'1..,May :28, UMQ. :almr.lOJul jnu27jul Special Master. an. ..II IUD W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.

to saw wood nt two bits a cord than to trains. Otllclal route for Florida delega. .
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whittle In looting match and cuss the tion. '

f. j vernnen. My son, whilst thou has
MustrrN Sale If You Have Not
::,1 left In thy skull the s"nne of a Jaybird,

bieak away from the cigarette habit, for
: :- RJIIO BY VIRTCK OK A DF.CRF.K
i lot thy breath stlnketh like unto a !glue U of rorwloanro anil sele i-nten-it In th, Circuit

factory and thy whole appearance is less or Florida.Court In ami of the for Seventh Hr....anl Jii.lli-Uil County.Circuit In oIt Found What You W ant. ;

l In intelligence than a store dummy. Yeas ".UH. thureln. riVpmMtlnir, wherein liwlitht W.
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Tuttle la complainant, A. llanliw Emma
; thou art a cipher with the rim knocked I', llanlpa and Joseph: tdlr": : ;;'. am uVfimdanu : --- --- ---- _______
n I will wll al public anutlon In front of the : ; ; _
off. Court House ........during th. I legal honrm of nal., For a Home, suppose :youtake| a trip down and look at our i- t _
upon the nn> Monday In Anguiit A. l>. lIst, to Fruit and Garden Lands ,
the
lie hlf I heiit, and iHvt bidder for: ra;h, tha follow; along
r Half Kates to Detroit, )Ikl.. tag ilenoribml ..*_ enuta ultiiat, In the Countyof
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t Hr....r 1.1 ; Account Biennial Conclave Knights of Beginning on the bank of Indian Hirer at th. East Coast
water' etlua! a' th. >ortheoi cutter of lamWifEmily '
Pythias, tickets will be cold Aug. 21th, r. ifall, S chain orth of the Southeast.

2th; and 2Cth via Southern IVy nt one 1'01'1".r..t. Lot No. J. toctlon an, Towniblp 2*.
; th. .. We. al.on
"South; Range 3rt )wac. run nc -
i: fare for the round trip on dates above chain t 0 tha W.t II ..of th. WM of'be PKS of ? Settlers are flocking In but still there Is room.) If :you are .

'."1 mentioned, final limit Sept. 5th. Twelve "Section *'. thenCe. run north 5JW chalnn, thence looking this way drop a line to --
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East 0 chain to the Weal has of Lot ;No.9.
'i hours quicker than any other line; two thence North tn the South_.' corner of the ANT _
i: I dally trains through to Cincinnati!: lot of Il.V.Thorn p.onUieiir.. Fact tn InillanKlTr. JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlce.PrPddent.J _
I through sleepers twice a day. This loute thence Booth alonu th. rl..r' to to* point

bee been; 'aelected by Florida Delegation of beginning, and oonlaininir,. 1 (acre MAtLfl.N.: EAST COAST R'Y Four Full Quarts Delivered for $3.20.

I of Knights Pythias. WJauJTJul Special ;31as1e.. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.

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Professional Cards.
ANGORA GOATS.

W a """mmr"mmmmn'fi"n"'mmmmm'"mn7i'7"nm'mmmmmmmmm' i
GCOBOB .. RonantS. WALTBB 8.GRAHAM ol11JJen Ranchmen Mk :Money With Them

TJOBBINS A GRAHAM, .. a Side Line. !..1
While there Is every prospect for a "' I

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, big wool crop says n Texas ,,writer Solve the Servant I II
nearly every sheep luau also baa herd ;j
OFFICE' HOURS and:-2 From to 4 p.10 m.to 12 a. m., ThinkAbout ot Angora goats which lie expects] will

make him more money In proportion, to
Tm78vn.iK, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. the capital luvostod even though the Girl
p.o.BOX,JOB. Question ; i (,
Will practice In all the courts-state and fed price or wool la higher than It' true been
eral. ThisIn In a good many years.
s"ealallaoUltle. for examining and perfeo The goats nro good money makers j I'
lot land titles Wicklcss Oil Stove in the kitchen r
because the price of their flooco" la always iy putting a i;

, OAULDEK addressing Mrs. about two or three times as much You can keep a girl then. No fire: to build! in I "" '3

, D Pinkham you are communicating per pound as that for wool nnd because the morning. No wxxl to chop. No coal to t '

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, with owing to the enthusiasm In tho carry. No ashes to worry about. No soot on I j

Will pruptloe I In all the Courts of business at present the animals themselves It makes play of housework. The : I':
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urllState: pans.
ot Florida,and the United States ore bringing all the way from "
r.O Box 235. TITUSVILLK FLA. A WomanA $7.:>1' to $12 per head for breeding purposes 9'j j, J

Money to Loan: 18 nnd they breed like sheep when .
whoso a year old.1Vhile i \
GOLDSMITH, woman oxpo- It U. generally believed that YT K I
M. rlonco In treating female I
they are handled like;; sheep nevertheless :
Ills Is greater than that the method followed hero Is decidedly .

I A'I': TORNEY-A'r-rAW, of any living person, male different: The sheep are, of Oil 1

TITOSVILT.B, FLORIDA. or female course, herded out on the range even I
In lambing Benson and frequently held I I
She has fifty thousand there during the shearing! time and are i a

F. J. WEBB, such testimonial letters on the range practically the year rouud. if Is doing more to make Mttttittuuiumuuuuiu'i; '.

This ciiuuot be donu with the
goats. other stove in I.
as wo are constantly publishing any
ATTORJTEY.AT-LAW, They are not hardy enough to stand
showing that Lydia Burns ordinary kerosene\ ,
Will practlco In the Courts of the 7th tho hardships of even these southern 1 '.' .
Circuit. Taxes paid for non'I'e ldents E. Plnkham's Vegetable ranges and moreover they do not roasts, toasts-docs ) '

and rents and accounts collected. Compound .Is dally relieving eetn to do well where changed and will do, nnd many things I

TITUSVILI.K, FKOHIDA hundreds of suffering drifted about. do. Sold wherever stoves

women. They are generally held and herdedIn dues not have it, write to
flocks of from 200 to three times I
D. PENNEY 4
A, Every woman knows that number In fenced pastures along STANDARD OIL
with a few gentle cattle, which last
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,. somo woman Mrs. Pink- materially aid the bonier In Iu''plng IJlll"lllll"I'l"{ !" ''ti"I"I'' '! l / (,

ham has restored to wolves out of the for where
range;
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health. there are n few good old. long horned ----r-- I!
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Will practice In all\ the courts of the 7th Texas cows It Is not likely to be any Up| -nit to Tnilii I Hcrvloe. .

Judicial Circuit. Mrs. Pinkham makes lending place for0 h'1'8. and these Watches AND Jewelry.atrime

no statements she cannot seem to prey ou the gouts with greater In ni'dltlon to its already peerless nor-
Her advloe Is eagerness than on Mllt'p.nut vlce-tl Southern Railway hAil tit ted the
GEO. A. WORLEY provo. flist-cliiNx" conches running on trnlns to
with nil the wolves driven
out
freer )led.Lydia Co.E,Lynn Pinkham, Mas the herder Is still necessary In most the East. with lavatories, supplied withtowels old established Watch and Jewelry buslnoss TUB GOLDENALIGATOII.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. and / which tnnke UK-HO
pastures for this country In full of soup cars has romovud from the old stand,1 n Weo nIL, street'
General practice -in State and Federal HS now equipped equal In modern np-
Courts. All business entrusted will A Pleasing Way to Serve Batter. wildcats gray foxes and skunks and point nicnts to parlor cars and sleepers to 117 West liity Ittl't'tlt. on (the same side of the Street, In the t)
receive prompt attention. A pleasing form In which to serve these even the ,skunks kill the kids nil nf which conveniences' being fine to Travelers' hotel r.r..LOcrJS ,
block. Estnbllslied In 187:1.: Address,
easily until the latter half ti list-class .
General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate butter Is that of a thin roll. Make butter are grown any passenger.T..OW 1

Miami. balls first, and then flatten ouch and the foxes and cats of course, get .. : : I- S'I'EJBEJ'rS.' : :: >

MIAMI, FLORIDA. ball by quick sharp strokes of tbe paddies the old ones whenever an opportunityoffers Jditrs Via Houtliern Jty. '
until It Is an eighth of an Inch for the gouts while tremendous 417 WEST:>> HAY STREET .r JACKSONVILLE FLA. 'i
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TAMES ANDREWS thick Lift one edge of the butter with fighters among themselves"blllles", Summer tickets arc now on sate via '
the paddle and roll It lightly over until butt all the heir off one another's heads Southern I Hallway. at very low rates to

TTORS'EY-A- .A W. tbe edge lap. says The Cooking l School: In breeding time still they will '"111 the principal resorts In the United States :.The? Nation'sBest
tickets limited for round
even when a fox sneaks and of trip passage
Main office and P. O., TIDUALS, FLA. Magazine.FKKK course if there were no herler'tb"re up, until October 31, MX) The Southern "San Mateo" b

Office open at Ft. Pierce on fend and 4th would be killed. Railway' hits just Iksuod a handsome and ( ,
; ; a goat Then too Cigac.Irv
Fridays of each month. IJLOOO and SKIN CUlt Interesting: pamphlet" dosnrlbinff, the '
have be '
they to driven Into eheddedand
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of "The Land of the Sky, the
Notary Public State at Large. well protected corrals at night most famous and popular summer resort
An Offer Proving Faith. both for protection against wild animals I. region In this country. Tim Southern .* nil ; t ,

E. FOSTER, Ulcers! eating sores, cancers, scrofula, and from any chance storm or Railway's 1UOO Summer Homes Folder )-"Io.-Jdn. I i
STEPHEN, telling skin, scuba and scales of eczema, "norther" and no matter If they have has also just been published. Full" information *

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, action and pain In bones, back or joints, been driven regularly from the same as to router, rates, etc, and Why buy Imported cigars, made from heavy tropical tobacco doctored with
syphilitic blood poison rotten gums and pasture to the same corral every night also a copy of either of these publics- opium and other drugs when can havo the Florida. leaf at five-cent
Rooms 420 and 42:1:) Gardner you pure a I
Building, chronic rhPumitUm and all obstinate for a year they will stay outside If tlons may be obtained by addressing W. ?
deep-seated blood troubles are quickly T.' (Crosby, traveling price
-' pnssenger; agent;
JACKSONVILLE: FLA. loft alone. : make
cured bv takii' a few large bottle of No man run n goat 212 West Hay' street." Jicksonvlllo, Fla.
FREE BY MAIL TO ANY!
narxot 2.".
ioioi Ic Blood It aim. We challenge the herder believe that animals have even 1.00

-dAruEL T. AlIAYLOR, OOHUON R. HKOOHR.CHAYLOR world for a- cam of blond disease that a faint glimmering/ of reason. SENATORIAL CONVENTION.At ADDRESS.....J} lioxofw).$1.73
& BROGUE, Botonlo Blood Uilm will not cure. Tie \,"lth careful attention the losses can
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cures are permanent' and not patching N kept clown much lower, however 3W.. ROW
ATTORS'E:YS-AT.LAW. up. Is your blood thin? Skin pale? All Nut, among sheep for they never full regular; meeting the Senatorial
rundown? As tired in the morning as Ponmrrntio Committee of the l.'lth: !Senatoilal .
a prey to. those diseases! which decimate SAN MATEO FLA.
W1U practice In all the Courts of the when bed ? Brills? District of Florida, held puisutnttit ,
ypu went to ? Pimple the sheep herds. Thus. with theincrease notice\ at. West Taint Bench, on the ______ ____ __ _. ___ _____0__ __.. __ ___ h _.____.
State. Office la Law Exchange Swollen glands: or joints?, Catarrh? Putrid .
In about equal the losses less a>th day, of''April, 1IKX, at which a
JACKSONVILLE FLA. breath!? Eruptions? Sores mouth quorum
or throat? If HO; your blood Is bnd. and the expense of keeping' but little of said I Committee was present, the T. D. GIBBENS .
Hood Hiilm will make the blood pure more the Increase In number' following proceedings were find ;
F'' W. CRAVEN, and rich, heal every sore, stop tho aches ly In view of the' good prices:! (111(11'1111'1 I On motion It was ordered that a Senatorial I
e and pains build up the bio'cen-dowo' plenty of ready money.PAIIIN' Convention! In and for the lath

DEMTIST. body, and Invigorates" the old and wertk.iotonlo Semitoilnl Dlstilot of Florida, be held atKoit HAY GRAIN FLOUR GRITS MEAL BRAN COTTON SEED ,1,
Blood Balm, the only perfect PIf'I'celo llrevard county, Flu,hll\, ,
Castle Hall, 111 West Forsyth Street. blood purifier made. Sold at drugstores. at 2 o'clock! p. m., on Wednesday, the Mil II

1.00 per Iaige.boul0, Includlngcomplote day of August n"xt. for the ,purpose <>If l it/sn" 1 MjJdIIngg, ere. etc.'
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JACKSONVILLE, FLOKIDA. directions. To prove our faith in Blood nominating democratic candidate. for .
Balm, a trial bottle given away to suferers. your mirror Senator of snld district and for tho trRn -

W. ALLEN For free trlnl bottle address' today. Takea action of such other business as limy Depository for Cumberland Mills Flour Grits and Meal.
GEORGE Blood Bilm, Co., Atl.inta, Ja. Don'thesitate last look come before the convention. ,
but write at once describing at On motion It wits further ordered that ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, trouble, and free personal medical advice t your graft the vote cast In tbo various precincts t
KEY WEST, : FLORIDA. given. Blood Balm: ((13. B, B.) cures hair. It sure throughout/ the district for the Democratic Agent for the Celobistod CANOPY patent /flour .r,

when all else fails.. Thoroughly: tested ly may be candidate for Congress/ In the last Get trloo List. To Dealers '
only.
Will practice la the United States for :iO years.. Over 3,000 voluntary testlmonlaU the I last if general elect Ion, be made the basis of my
and State Courts. OjunOST : of cures using B. B. B. representation In said convention, and
2'juneOl: you want that enoh precinct bo entitled to one delegate ':I:'. :ID. Q-ZIBBHIfcTS, {,
it so ; ; for each ten votes, or a fraction
J O. FRIES, C. E. YIl'ARC needn you over live, so cast. at the lust general election
keep Office and Warehouses the Viaduct
The Largest and Most Complete and that all new precincts bo entitled near
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COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land : your I gray to ono vote and that on said hasps
legally surveyed and sub-divided Establishment South. hair a week longer than the various precincts In said districts be JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA t

Mapping neatly done. Estimates for GEO. S HACKER & SONMANUFACTURERS you wish. There's no entitled to delegates as follows i iI '
.n all kinds of engineering works. Disputed guesswork about this; Tllnnvlllw) ''IIJ" 1:1: 11

lines a specialty. it's sure every time. City Point 2:1: U :2 t
To ::eckledxe 6.'i u 0 "
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to j I Melbourne, 14 1 I "
BURNHAM M. I). Sdbrtntlan' 21 U 2 )
N.S. gray hair Fort fierce, ..11 U 0 U
Eden, 21 U :J "
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, useatr U 4
Fort Drum, 27 :'t ti I +'
Narrows, 1:1": 1 "
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After Georglsnit,
WEST! PALM BRACK FLolnnA.Dpi using !it t visor Mrriltt, 25 'w :J "
Cnii.'iversl, 13 U I I "
for two ..
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noUQUTON'S or three weeks notice how Ankona, H" 1 I. I/
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OF much younger you appear
FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTSon Banyan, 2:1: U 2 "
ten years younger White City 21 U :I' U
the (Dentos) Doors, Sash Blinds at least. Wood ley, -H U I .. .. 1-e- I

Ayer's Hair Vigor also Malabar 7 U 1 .. ,
Now AT PALM BEACH."HOW : & Material ,
Moulding Building cures dandruff, prevents Total l f rDrevard --

TO DO BUSINESS Office: Warerooms. King opposite falling of the hair, makes Co. lI-U-U M delegRte". -. t

Cannon Street.Charleston hair grow, and is a splendid St. I.iicle, 12 votes, 1 delegates

OB Tai S. C. hair dressing. Lake Worth, J34" 1:1: The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one inmate,
Secret of Success in Retail Merchandising It cannot help but do Lemon City. 111 U 1 It
Cocoanut G'va7"\ 7 seventy years of age who has been in the infirmary for three years ,
-By OEO.N.McLEAN.-. .. Sash Cord these things for it's a Jupiter, ilJ U 5 sufferer from and has been taking Tab.!
The Mont Comprehensive.Prarclral and Vain- Weights, anc hair-food. When the hair Ft Lauderdale. rj 1 a great Indigestion, Ripans
able TrmttlM. on Business and How. to 8ucce .. ules about and half and finds them beneficial that he
fully Ix It,ever publlnlied. Is well fed, it cannot help ?Miami let U 1M a year a so

ainple A text of bonk aucb of ran practical value that hint everyone, nila,and no matter *.- Hardware. but grow.It Jlypoluxo, __ "M 1 U It never without them. He Is willing that his name should be used i.a lal

how. old and*xp rlano* absolute and positive value rroin Its achlnic_ Window and Fancy Glas Pompano, 1 U as might use persuading some personto
treason while to of the young novice.ah.a.It.I III a' hand book and healthy and this cures Ojus 1 U try them. A second old gentleman, In the same institution,
indispensable A SPECIALTY. the disease that causes Cutler, J "
a 28 Grand Accnt Wanted. Full
Ajrent outfit ChapMn.Including;the f'-l' honk on receipt - dandruff. Total for eighty-four years of age, has'had liver trouble for many years and 'I
."f'l. Hook Mill to every storekeeper. In all Dade Co. 621". 17 delegates.On finds that R'1'P'A'N-S help him'very macho They also have two
line*. PoetpaM on rweipt of r-> AddreMJE1TER30X -- .
11,00 a bottl All dragglrle.M ,f
motion Is ordered! that' the various
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JACKSON
all Dearborn itraet Chicago,III. hair was coming out badly, precinct primaries beld or two be held, nurses there,one thirty years of age,the other forty-two; both sufTa'T<
bat Ayer's Hair Vigor' itnppad tb* to elect delegates to the above from headache of and
falling and ha* mad* my balr very convention Indigestion, causing depression spirits nerve
Remember that the INDIA RIVIR: :
tblrk amt much darker than *. INI, ordered and conducted by the
Jei1rji& take the Tabules and find them useful that
ADVOCATE does all kinds of job printingat I think there M antblnr like II tot same precinct officers, and by thus same ousness. They so they

short notice. Send them an order the April balr.2II.18Ot." CUBA M.Vf LBA rrow,,I.T. methods as the County primaries ID said always have a package in their pockets. The matron also state
and be convinced that It U the place to districts held and such da'es and
are on
have Job dons.Marriage. SEEDS that she is forty-five of and at times suffers with indlg--
printing; *>*. /*. D.II ..,-. between such hours ae said precinct officers years age

E1 y*.4* .... .Mata all tit. _eta shall or shall have directed. tion, causing pain said paroxysms of 1cW-c., and finds that die
Paper.ierraat .. grow paying erops be ie Uwyr. I yon "_lr* Inm the ... *f tb. VIc or, On motion the Committee adjourned.
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good willing
are perfectly
Theresa of edTrtlm. Ijtttloo tofrom. fresh and always tlM ..... fotl ba.*.C.Af JtK,'-II...**. KKED'K. MOIMK:, Secretary. very
,. Fo mal: .s"'f.r-.itmd pmwoa al. US wort sal a"W"Wbere.. RruM.MbsUtnt*. I name used in a testitsonlal.wArtEaea .
ad.tree t* sVwipM copy t* As advertising medium no
Stick fc>rrrf'. .. J. and proeper. j @ an tNrAw..teM
t.a i\: $OCIALAMUICACTNeda.Ohle.ireatBi WOO Hoed Annual rr- WrlUfo4.j paper on the East Coast can beat the c--- --...... -- r
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.WWBKLT' JOCIJtAI. DBVOTBD TO 'TBB DBVBIOr 4 The United States in many respects .

HINT Of 'TUB IVDU.H KITBM, Lass is now the greatest country
The only Brut-class ire lv.
WORTH A1I1 BIMAVXB HAT SEOTIOKS. in the world the of 190
as census
i We do a strictly wholesale basinets. Our prlces.are right as we study
'4" will show. Numerically we are not
chests and refrigerators on
''"' POBLI8HKD EVERY FRIDAY. them. We fill orders the day they are received. We know what In-
fourth Chine
l'' i by one so strong as .
the market with all the ; need and justsuch a stock. Our travelingmen
"aaLZ. H. WALTON, Editor: & puMlsbaiIMMnntlnuiuina but our one hundred million inhabitbnts t dian River Merchants carry

are in every sense a greater latest improvements. .-.: visit the Indian Riven territory every month. We are liberal In

II or advt. must be made pel power than the whole of Asia. That SCHARCOAL ,.,\ .." I our dealings. We qu9te prices and send samples. Try us when In
+ .-.1)7) .t till ofHo or by writing. the census will show something In
I need of good We can and will please you.
of hundred
the
Cheek eto.,may be made payable to CHABLK neighborhood one SHEATHIXtt .
t.
i H. WALTOH,pabH her. million citizens is generally con ". '
ceded. It seems almost incredible LINES. I ,,"i I yy ,

ddre.. ail INDIAN eoiainnnlCMtlons RIVER ADVOCATE.to that this vast population is the result GALVANIZED IKOJTSHELVES i ,;8 I Mt I Benedict: Pollak & Co.
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TITHIIVH.LE. FLOHIPA.. of only a fewcenturies growth. ,
There are vast territories however AND t v4Pt ;yf ,

i Q. : 17. S. Department of AKriculturiVcatlicr ( still unsettled and be great fertile INSI. "'lSr".t JACKSONVILLE FLA.

of the West are practically .
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1 The following is a comparative state- men and a mere handful of epecu s :,'A "" TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
l'l'I went of temperature and rainfall for the lators. The next ten years will TOP, LOCK ON LOWER :
week ending Tuesday June 20:! 1POD.UKH .
note a wonderful change in tlf< -
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? 'I MAX M1N. MAX. MIR population of the Western states
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Lime Cement
Wood Goal Coke Brick
20 83 72 84 70 The congested condition of our ,
21 8.1: 73 set' ((10 large cities will eventually become WRITE FOR CAT !ILOGUE AND PRICE LIST, ,,., .
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87
: 72
22 81
'tM. Intolerable the classes '
to laboring %
,! 1H '"23 "8.1': 77 88 71 -- -We also carry a complete '
34 8.; 11)! 80 72 and many of them will "go west" or Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick.....

1 25 Hit 70< 84 72 better still come south where everyman Line of the Celebrated Odorless Refrigerators
2(1( 811( 80 85week 70 can, with a small output own
Offices foot of IJogan Street Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone :No. 26.:!.
S Total rainfall for the : .84. his farm and make an independent

Departure from normal rainfall for the living for himself and family. In Write UK fur prices on anything in our line.FURNITURE J. K. MUNNERLTN: General Manager.MeMurray .
( week: minus .Oil Inche" Departurefrom
normal rainfall since January 1,. Ibis short article we cannot 01| .
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plus .84 Inches. course, enumerate all the elements E. F_ CL.A.I.i:

lUu P. HAKDIJI, Observer. constituting our greatness, but we 9

I would fall most absolutely in our CARPETS, MATTING and HOUSE FURNISHINGS, & Baker

Now that the convention (is over, task if we should neglect to note ,

,I let every man repair' the one to his he: tremendous strides the United Ja.o sonvillo:: : :F'1a...

farm and the other to his merchandise States has made financially in the --.------ ------------. ----.---- 22O and 222 East' Hay Mohawk Block. Jacksonville, Fla.

::1, until the 6th of November past decade. There is no nation WHAT has become of Seymourand MARRIED AT NATHAN.On : for-

and then come up to the polls and richer than ours in its agricultural his army? They seem to have Headquarters

I Vl, score another old time democratic products, its mercantile interests, disappeared from the face of the Juno 21st, 10O), by the undersigned Harness I
Material Vehicles
victory. and in its manufacturing indus earth. The' war with China will at the home of Capt. N. N. Penny, Wagon Bicycles,
of Nathan. Fla Mr. Friend C. Gifford,
tries. The South has shown
s great prove no holiday matter not merely of Vei-o Flo." was married to Miss Fan- '. .
and Si"1 _
i,' THE Capltil removal question advancement in the last few years' because the Chinese are arrayed I I ny M. Penny, of Nathan Fla. '

called forth numerous and able in ita, financial condition-greater against the civilized world, but be.I I The nearest rolatiren only were present
speeches from the pro's and con's In fact than any other portion of cause the civilized world may be at the nuptials. After the marriage "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TiRES put on you wheelsat

II at the State Convention.' Frank the country. The census will showa arrayed against itself before every. ceremony wa had. The a very bride's pleasant father having social time very short notice.

Clark and Robt. McNamee\ did large increase over that of the thing is fully adjusted. "The end kindly shown bill guests over his place .
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44 ,themselves proud in their speeches peat, In the products of the sell, and of the present conflict can not be and through his\ beautiful orange trove' ,
In the number of manufactories where the tree are loaded with fruit we<
favoring the removal of the capital. large' foreseen, and that the nations are
that have been erected and weie then nerved with a most excellent HARDWARE.Doors
l11
dreadful International
the of a
'' on eve lunch by Mrs. Penny, which" was much: .
OMC'of the most energetic and are now in operation. At last the war, Is only too apparent.. enjoyed. By this time-ll:20|,\. m.-it wan
untiring workers for the gubernatorial farmer Is getting what he has long time to board the steamer silver King h
been depiring-a fair price fur his I to return to Eau Oallio in time to catch
1r.Vm.\ A.
i candidates was Have' nation Tins has pr iven a very rainy I train,No. 3.1: for home, upon which were Sash and Blinds Paints Oils
products. we not, as a ,
Hours, If, it laid with Mr. Hours season throughout the Southern Mr. II. T. Gifford, Miss Ruby Gifford "i
that acme'of which
I. according to the amount of work reached wealth and and the writer, the bride and groom remaining
i States. Mississippi, Georgia -SV;
t be in Mr.' F. T. :Myers would Greece and Hone! once enjoyed? in Eau Gallie and Melbourne
put been
Alahamaeepecially. have visited until the wben also returnedto Glass and Ammunition...
the nomination twice If so, will we snow more wisdom 24th they Cutlery
have received
than the ancients in the manner of I with tremendous downpours. Were, where they will begin their
over. Florida has had her share also and married life with the !groom's father Mr.
'4 '-- its disbursement? That remainsto and lakes II. T. Gilford-who, by-the-way, Is avery tJI 1T0. s. ::IECOTWJO: : .
THE Democratic Convention decided be seen. Hut,! !In.the meantime I the ponds are rapidly successful bee man, having many
the he future looms up fair and inviting Qlling up to their former depths. colonies; also a well-Improved place with 122 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE:: FLA.
in favor of primary system and Industrious Can, this be a harbinger of milder flue young orange groves
and an honest frugal -
for the elect 1011 01 officers, consequently ----
winters? We trust I... The uptight wnlk.of couple
thls/oounlt
convention J is man need have no fearsof has the ., wishesof
; the a thing won them
't of the past. The people are now in being; brought to want on account all good people that know them; and HAMMOND. PACKING CO.

a position to vote directly for the of any financial crisis that DEATH OF MRS. MELTON. we all join In wishing them a happy and (Formerly The G. n. Hammond Co.)

I,, I person of their choice hence there may sweep upon us. Such crisis ... successful J.futuie K. LKAIHERMAN.: OUR SPECIALTIES :

I should be no kicking if the wrong can only come in the minds of defeated On the 23th of May the ADVOCATE: an- Wabasso, Fla. '
politicians. pounced l to the friend of Mr. and Mrs. "Coin Special"'hams and breakfast b? .In
:. man gets into( office. Steve II. Melton, of Jacksonville, that "Coin Special" canned meats.
There Is but Chronic Disease
better In and one specialist
I Mrs.I Melton was no health
her bed. Now of note lu Florida-Dr. Vincent of "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet"
THE latest despatches are to the OUR NEXT GOVERNOR. still keeping to we are Jacksonville. Write him for symptom .
to have to chronicle the
1 extremely sorry leaf lard. .
effect that the Imperial forces In blanks.
r. death of this Inestimable lady who died
China have joined the Boxers and The great Democratic State Con. at her home of inflammatory rheumatism Homemade pure lard.
are now lighting against the-world ; entlon has passed Into history and about eight o'clock last Friday, and :83T-We would esteem the favor If out "Peerless" compound lard
readers, wben writing or calllug upon sausagesand
that'the Americans and British Is be !. was laid In her last resting place, In
8.
the lion. \V.
en- Jennings to
I Evergreen Cemetery, Jacksonville, on our' advertisers to purchase merchandise, all racking House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
tered Tien Tsin, side by side first the next Governor of Florida. While i Sunday. A beautiful and Impressive etc., would mention the AUVUOATK.
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silencing the guns of the arsenal the ADVOCATE strenuously supported : funeral service was read over the remains -- - -

1 and breaking through the Chinese the lion. J. I). Iteggs, for that I by the Rev. W. Hobsoo of the First Little Brown Jug: Water Fillets 2.00 WILLIAM CLARKE *": PLU3IBER\
'Ii i Baptist Church.Mr. and '3.00 Claude Walton, agent. .
lines; and that Vice-Admiral Sey. lllce, still it does not hesitate to i
i Melton! Is a prominent citizen of "'"'"
mour's column is probably saved. bow to the will of the majority and Jacksonville, anIs! not only known on -We want to draw the attention of -

tenders its congratulations to the I the East Coast but has numerous friends our numerous reader. alouj the Kat Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter( Kobfing.JSheet
distinguished gentleman who shall I. all over the entire state of Florida who Coast" and throughout the state in general / -
THE Times-Union and Citizen Iron Work, Pumps and Drain ripe, Bath Tubs, Water Closets
tit will join him In heartfelt sympathy over to the advts. of the live and energetic
Executive for the
be our Chief next
always ready to do the graceful I his sad bereavement. business men who are bidding fora and Wash! Stands. Copper vessels of all kinds and
After all the has
four fight In columns
r act, issued and presented free of years. -- share of your patronage
1 charge number of ballot been between men not measures, and A fatal policy Is to neglect a backachecr of the ADVOCATE. If yon are la need descriptions re-tinned.
.\ great he who is to occupy the guberna. other sign of kidney trouble Foley's of any particular lineof !goods, the pink .:
1 ) sheets to be used by the delegatesin Cure Is remedy for Bright'sdisease paper will tell :you the best place to buy ;
tonal chair is as true a democrats Kidney a sure 37 Forsyth St. Jacksonville Florida.
computing the result of each his illustrious\ kinsman W. J. diabetes and gravel. B. R. Wilson them. Read the ads. ,
i I ballot. This act showed both courtesy & Son.Where .
and forethought, and was Bryan. In his personal Mr. Jen. A lleautiful and Valuable Home - )

l highly appreciated by those for ings is a fine specimen of American are you going this summer? for Sale nt a unrgaill.t '

whom they were intended. manhood. Tall, erect and of Read hotel ads on our 7th page. Jas. :B. :Sours ;

splendid physique, be will readily Th ADVOCATE Is now on tile at all .\ Micco on Indian river Fit., consisting ;
command the admiration of the the best hotels New York city. of 1H( acres, a well built, two-
1'HE much talked of "dark horse" Florida! and will\ story house 7 rooms; a two-story store :E3n.y: G-ra1n. '
people of always ::FWee l
the East Coast. c flour:
'
i failed to prance into the convene Where to stop along building, Isx3.ft.: handsome front lawn, ,
) find them thoroughly responsive to See list of hotels on 7th page. shaded by palm trees; a :300 foot dock; 1
tion although It is reported that in GRITS, MEA.LU.'U COTTON SEED MEAT NEW GARDEN
made the interestof
appeal 230 budded tangerine and
:r i and kicking every Allen Alnslie Ir the sole manager this orange! grapefruit
there one neighing
was our great commonwealth. Mentally year of Maplewood Hotel In the trees; 130 sour trees, ready to bud- SEED ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME.
the stable door In an effort to will SOtl young nursery stock; artentan well;;
I is of The
he course far abo'emelllocrity. White Mountains. opening oc
# breakaway and rush into the convention else the representativebody cur to-morrow (Saturday.) 1,3(10( feet galvanized pip distribute Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless to man or
over place; 1 acre woot shed for pineapples
I ball. His keepers. are to that nominated him never I ; a few hundred Porto Rico pine. beast.i Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. .Write for quotations.
be congratulated upon their adroitness IMease write as whenever you fail to railroad station .
t would bave seriously entertained apple plants; on weat Lowest cash prices.Ofke ,
in managing their fiery and I bis candidacy. Morally, he is with receive the ADVOCATE. line of this place; tramway running to
snorting ..teed8 are satisfied of much river front on the eaat. This place la. be : 124 W. Bay street.
out blemish both in his private and Impure water Is the came JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
be The
F with the results. sickness. Remedy this by getting, a fine appreciated mint seen. very .
7 I public life; consequently his character filter rom Claude Walton Titustille. handsomest place on the river. The -- ---
stands forth unsullied andunchallenged { land is of the best hammock. Orange
HE who accord. the weed trees nearly all in bearing now.
never creed.It .0.
by any party or L. KEENF.
Send the ADVOCATE an order for any Apply to D. OArLDKX, Atty., .. ..
of praise for any act however mer- is true Mr. Jennings is to succeed I Job| printing you need.] Titusvllle, Fla.

itorius that act may be, makes a an able wan, a man who has
-- - -.- --- ---- Dress Goods
} great mistake. A few words of encouragement been twice governor of Florida, a Trimmings Millinery Notions
i sincerely spoken is for has been ,
man who forty years, FISII:, ITItTJIT n_VJCtItl3SIL.5S: 33to.:
not fulsome flattery but is an inspiration before the people in various oflicial Laces, Gloves, Umbrellas, Art Goods, Hosiery, Corsets.

to '!, at the without
courage very capacities, once having "

moment when courage may be need- caused a blush of shame 'to rise to We are prepared to supply the trade with Fish and Fruit Barrel, either (hi -Proinpt attention paid to all orders.
ed. Suppose you try it as a refreshing the cheeks of his constituents. But

t change from the pessimistic utterances notwithstanding all this, we believe small lots or carloads. We solicit your trade. This is one of the oldest and most reliable houses in Jacksonville All the latest

of the past. that ,,_. S. Jennings ,will\ prove a I Patterns and btyle.
Ii' 11. SUMllLiit .C CO. Titiiillc Fla,
worthy successor of the genial lilox- 101 West
Day Street, corner uf Laura, JACKSONVILLE FLA. :
THE Peninsular and Occidental ham and will give the citizens of -- -- ,

Steamship Company is the name Florida an administration as ableas b _._

of the newly consolidated steamship it will be democratic.. It wouldbe DUSTING OLD THINGS -

Jines of the Plant System and a work of superogation on our 1BATCHES, CLOCKS

J Florida East Coast Railway Co. part to exhort the people of Floridato and cleaning and polishing them won't rfjJ' 4 f ,

1 Henry M. Flagler is president and stand by the nominee of the pay. New furniture of stylish, modern I I ?,,,,.mod. -
desiccn is so Inexpensive, that It Is better 't .Jewelry Diamonds
.
C. L. of the democratic for
Myers, superintendent party governor ; to renew than repair. Take any article r c ain t.K ,
r H Southern Express Company is that will be done on the sixth of I our stock of... 1
manager. Mr. Myers is a man of November' with a rush and for the I i Souvenir Wedding Rings and Present,
:
,, great executive ability and has next quadrennium we can expect .....Furniture, Walth.m Watches eta

rapidly risen to the high position perfect harmony and unqualified for Instance. Each piece Is handsome "
he now holds as manager of the luccess. We congratulate Mr. Jen- 'well made strong and durable. A. few ,gz PIE WATCH and JEWELRY REPlffiHG I

largest steamship tins In the South. nings upon, the honor conferred on Items tawneu.will. be convincing proof of price o e -' a. A SPECIALTY.

That the company will be eminently him and pledge the -loyal 'supportof j It Watch Inspector for Plant System, and also for Jacksonville A Southwestern B'y.

successful under the present Brevard County at the ballot John R. Walker. a- it Spectacle and KyeRlsses., Charge paid oneway. R. J. RILES,

'. management goes without saying box. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .0 r 235 W. Bay St., jAC OJrvuajt, Th4.

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ESTABLISHED 1882. Tibbals.Fred K8TA11USHKD1S70.M. Ii IiOOrxl.rxl.iooion

,FERTILIZERS.)

Snegar, of Ankona, spent Sunday Lane & Son
SU'1'VIIVE: 'Si In this place, as the guest of Frank Wat.ers. ,

Use our Pinenpple Brand if you want to meet

Owing to the continuous showers on 253 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
Sunday, last, Arcbdetcon Brown did not 5J

,. aCCEAMtRY' hold church services but he did In not St. fall Paul's to put Episcopal In his with success. Southern Fruit and Produce J.1.1f

r' SuMNfQ'S appearance, and was entertained by Mr.and .
Mrs. W. II. hauls during his stay .
here. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: '

Capt. E. Webster who lately purchased ..... ,. ..... ............. .. .. ......... . ... ..... ...... 4 to 1\ |*Trent.Available : : :: : : :: IMIorch.o.t'.to.: : : :: j,
the schooner of E. E. Phcwpltorlo Aclil.. . .... . .. ... .. .. .....i.... .. . . .. .. .. ... .. 6 to 7 per rvnt.Potash .
left, on Tuesday, Watt for Eau Gallic Poabody, where, K2: Ov.. ... .. ......... .. ....._. ....... .....? ....... ....... .., .. ,_... 6 to 9 par cont. PINEAPPLES A SPECIALTY. Stenolls, CanU, and our quotations furnished' OBnppllcntlon.

he expects to place her on tho dry dock Price S3O.OO PER TON, F. O.B., JACKSONVILLE .
and will then visit other places farther

up the const. The Captain's wife I a tl
Mrs. Hull, formerly of Melbourne aO"1

now of 1"1111Uellch, accompanied THE SOUTHERN FRUIT Cot

Much to tho regret of tho entire com Largest dealers in fertilizing material in

: JTTER.TIIAT'S munity, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Peabody, who I

sold their pineapple plantation a few 10 and la: Bridge' street, JACKSONVILLE: FLA. k: !
weeks ago, left this place lust week, for the State.
ALL. Xanesvllle Ohio their former home before .1
settling;\ here about four years ago. Wholesale Fruit :and :Produce Merchants.Vo '

Mr. and Mrs. Peabody take with them !'!
..EYES AND MIND., the good-will and best wishes of their \ pay cash for all fl'lllhllLl1<1 ,vegetables or rcoolvo on commission,

many friends All Correspondence cheerfully tines 'vorod.P giving| shipper the benefit of the ntarkpt ,::11nOU'l'

1 Mr. Hunt agent for Earl Bros., of .' : Ul "I'UItNy. oui >iits: ruLii: >>> nt LOWIST rmcis.: ti "

Chicago, has bought/ 'about a carload of -\Ve want. -- ;I,,,

rt pines a day at this place for his firm, and : Write for Special Pamphlet. TOMATOKS: L1MKS: VINKAP1M.KS! ) : HAXANAS I COCOANTTH: LKMONS:: ,I
/It paid satisfactory prices for them. '
Mr. Hunt very and bis firm are very reliable OHAXUKS," : OUAVAS: .AIM'LKS; 1'or.\'101--1) : OXIOXS, CKLKUY, 4,

YaI satisfactory people to deal. with, and LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. I'Ol'LTKY ANI E(1(1S.( :: Address :

judging/ ; from the present feelings; of our i
growers, Earl Bros., will be able to get THE SOUTHERN FRUIT .ANY. 1

all the fruit from this section next tea- :J'acoosz.villo:: FJ.orida.: 10 and 12 Bridge Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,
Non, that they can"hnndle to advantage. ;
I .
Several other buyers have done business -- -- --

t with our growers to considerable extent. Melbourne. Mims. i Rockledge. A rrlulitdil llliiiulcr |*9

'\: :The past week has been a very busy Will often, cause horrible burn, .,'alcl, .
one with our pineapple growers;\ as the cut or hrulHO llnckleit's Arnica Salvo, i '
({ frequent, showers and hot suns caused UUOKK *: OOODK.-Rnal Estatn and I.. Almond left the first (of I tlto week th. best In tho world, will kill tho pain
air rJ. the fruit to ripen very fast and each day Agent for .*:tna, Iximlim and Liverpool. sad Plenty of rain but very few mosquitoes for Ills J(1'UVIIOIl Tun Mlle VI auk, and promptly lu"IIt.! Curtis old soros,
the to work from Olnlte Provlilenro Hun and I'a- I
: growers; were compelled Fire Wftnlilnutim; In this section. had tho misfortune to. fever sores, ulcers bolls, felons corns.
J. Smith hits
The have a Influence ring Irmiirunoe. Hpmiliil, attention paid II.
eyes potent over twelve to fifteen hours In order to forward J
to the Interests nl non-renl locitK.HOTRC. mills all skin eruptions; 'host, pllo cure on
his nt
< lose 1 another of 1'ompton
the mind ; first by strain accompanying their fruit as fast as It matured Miss\ Jennie Heck Is spending several alux
------- ------ earth. Only.llclil.: I ; euro Itlllirall'tetJ.1.
Impaired vision, and again by the tax on and never have we had a better qualityof days: with relatives In Jacksonville Lakes, N J., It being burned to the I II
) 'ARL..rO1I11en the year round. lio- ml brat week This Is the third Sold by II. It. Wilson A San: ,
the nervous system. Moon knows likea fruit or have wo realized better prices 1I111Ifll"lit\ | to Bpotiil. winter nr ftuuimur. I..,. Krun
; nervous person these peculiar mental then this season, up to this writing. i rated, on Illicit built overlook Inn tho luillunlllver If you want a good, newsy wacky paper mill that Mr.I Smith has lost }lie yoar. druggists I /! i

conditions; our glasses relieve tho strain Never during the life of the Pineapple I TorniH'J"OANK" nioilemte.ROIIBBTHON. Proprietor.. why don't? ;you subscribe' fur theAUVOCAl'K lining of almost dally occurrence for

by removing the eauxe. Growers' Association has so much fruit two or more weeks past have put the 1\1"!
Consultation free and glasses furnished been sold by our growers f. o. b. cars rJr Subscriptions for the AnVOCATIC.th" Mr. and !Mrs 11. J. Mints wproguusts orange troes both old and ynunglu a
only after the most thorough! scientific here to the northern frultdealors have pink pnpor of the Kast. Const will be of Rev \V. N. Chaudolu, of Lad range, most llouiUhlng cotullllon. Never. have. itl!Klt: AND 11V Vlltri: OK A 1' :f'ltF.1C 't,
ocular examination. Repair work attended been sold this season, which Is" claimedto received at the Melbourne Postomce. part of last week our nurseries done bettor then tills sun- nl fiirueloHiirn' ..,.1..1.. ..nii>red In I.hM Clr-
to promptly, fixed and returnedthe be due to the association not tho older all\ iiltfiiur or the Hitvnntli .linlldial ("irciiltof I"
getting The fruit trees are
son uu I ItI'11i
,
Mrs. K. C. Schot1.Illl.rt., ,! Thursday I"ln.II.I"" mill for llrnvnnl 'mini v, In a neon I
same day as received. sumcient fruit to be able to fill the markets Tom Howell, of Konol.-uul, was la town on u visit to frleuda and relatives In lu-, that could' l hit asked. and give priiiutse' of iliii| "iulliiK whiirnln. Dwliclit W.'l'nttln !I. I
Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG from whence the buyers come, sothey a tine crop for tho MKIISOII-U>HS rust mite fiiiimilutimnt, uiKl' tluurirn I". Kiiii-y and\ %t uncle
Specialist. would have no assurance of realizing Saturday. val and Alnchua cuuntlvs. than for years owing perhaps, to tho K. hniinv i'l. .l., Are iloli-iuUiiK' 1 will null at) ,'
tlmfiuirl lliiuM door,
In Irontiif
C5; W Bay street, Jacksonville, Fit. amount invested in our fruits. While Chan. McHrldo Is Improving his lUvor Andrew Carliln, of LaGrange, and regular rains. An old grower thinks tho del liiililloHiii'tliin liitf the legal hour I of HSlrt upon| tltttKllWr

we feel the Pineapple Growers' Association Vlow cottage Paul 1'iicltctt, of Tltitavllle wore calling quality of our fruit will be the beet, MONIIAY If* AriltlMT A. I). 111011' ', ;
Is good thing In some respects, on friends Mime on Sunday tint r..,l- j
L. D. Lockwood returned Tuesday tn t lui IIIKI..L mill heist Mililnr f"fR.It.
Jt:. S. Wllllniim returned W"cll1llay.fl'UIII ,
Eden. we do not feel It has encouraged or Induced liiwlnir nni>rill he. buyers to buy direct from the from Ills trip south.Sherman I1'" A. Stniliau was Lousily engaged this a two monlhs' slay Ht Allnpata aril mill Htmu nf r'lnrlihi: to-iMtl" j"1
Snrdckcr 123; week, extruding hono.v, .M r. Strnluin hatcheD faints, on Tun iIlIii Creek i nocomimiihid iiniiiiuni-liiK;: Otte: rhnliiH Norilt: ,iif I In 'rown.ahlpline .
during the what caught poundsof
growers pant year; we ; hits the ino t extensive In of tutus dlvlding'I'"wu.ldpie| rruul'Iuwn.hlp|
Whlpple affable and obliging apiary north by T. O. ICon.ild
Henry our
all want and should encourage. trout while trolling last Tuesday. vr III ltlimn.lt Kllnt: throne mil Easel: tu lUllHIlllHIviT
merchant, has been quite ill. Under Urifvurd.Mis. A"II'! Koniild has limmtoil lit it grove thiiiiiiii run N..rl A.Mii'linliis\ ... tlmnri' run ;,
the skillful treatment of Dr. Ilughlett, Miss Elizabeth Hpklnsot Tlllnmn, I'. A. ]Boyd, nuil clilldrou returned and v" .aisle farm' on Ten Mlle Cioek, wsuit ...'r..... M"rrllt'. Inlnnil hence run Hnntli .
RELIEF FOR wan a of Mrs A. 8. Fee last Satur he good B.fillchriliin, innruiir IIWK' n> jilHi-H nr lii'ithiiilnif,
who was summoned on Sunday morning, QUICK ASTII1\IA.-1 guest ; we Kuimlso tliuio must a pros- land !.
Tuesday from The nlxivn
on u very ploitn.tnt week'sstay lunl niniUliiiiiK 4 UK IHTII"
he Is now out of danger, and we trust Miss. Maude! Dickens Parsons, Kansas lay with her ulster ilrs. A, P. CIIlIOVII.of not for the future In that ruuluii.' Mr. i li'iwii::: R. l Lot ND. 4 ft t Hut dot of mirvi'V, l by (',14Magruderrnrtheludrs i
will soon be himself again. writes: "I suffered eight years with Mr. Tuten and son from ArteHia were Osteon. Williams. reports thu flew l Iy net tws as ..f lmuaiKii. w, it"|iimiil-|, ,
asthma In Its worst form. I had severalattacks doing well 5'smite 4 000) trui have' born ml to I hit iinrtltliin' iliiiul. ln'twnnn mtlil hobs
The trees i Ia this vicinity are In town, Tuesday, buying goods from whluli) U reuoel.d. In Ilixik "A" ..( 1..I..t (mn"IITH. j'j'i
orange; .
during the last year and was our merchants After spnndlng several weeks In Mims set the past' sonson, while tin land 11. /. 'Ihn ulii>v. lainl' ..trills, friini Ills, wittor lit
looking fine since the recent heavy rains. not expected to live through them. I Mr. nod Mrs. J. A. C.wl..lleft. for Hook. being) prc'purcd. tf) more than double thu tlm liullnn. Ilivrriin, Ihu SVe.tul time waters oflluiiiinii
We have several young groves which are began using Koley's Honey and Tar, andIt Cupt. 8. M. Martin bought; a town lot ledge Sutunl.iy, whole he hUll secured output next winter the lnunpilu| ill yr ,oil the Rant uiiil Inuluiluii' Ih.rll."rt" *

doing as well as possible. The older has never failed to give Immediate on Strawbridgo; aveune, lust week, bOlD steady ellll'loy munt. aPhilip orange' \ seems' to bo the favoilte variety 1 rlitlits I>. I.. (I A I"I.I'N: ,
groves are loaded with fruit, and present relief. B. R. Wilson & Son.Georgiana.. (CII,'". Alex Uootlo. Huberts with huh J grove( owners. IUJnn91Jd\ : I HI".hll| l Alumiir.' t
and
a very line appearance.Miss Sitmucl h Holmes
r Rev. Stuart Martin held l lust _
services spent pnrtof Siimlay with Mr. Woolen 1.
Jennie Howell holms been visiting Sunday morning and evening, la the manager and proprietor of the turpentine
In Eden for a week surprised her Episcopal church. lit III at 'I'urnbull.
friends by announcement of her mar.rlalte Florida East Coast Ry. !
at Palm Beach, June :l-Ith. to Mr. C.ipt. Alex J. Uoodo) launched his new Richard lilatchford hits boon very ill
Eugene; Hardee one of the F. E. C. H'y., Mr. BOll Mrs. Pierce were calling on sail boat, last Siitiirdny. she Is ;a tiini for tho past week, much to the regret of
employees. We wish them much happi Mrs. Owens J. W. Bruner and Mr. and little yacht, and travels well. his friends. We are, however, plunsnd TIME TAULK NO. 97. IN KKKKCT: JUNK ills, 1IKM'
Mrs. Hughes; Monday afteiuoon. to note that ho Is now on the road to recovery -------- : "
Charlie HIITord and bride of Vero, HOUTll HOUND H.Mi.1. lawn) howl., Up) NOKTI1 IMiUND.VTn.iH .
ness.Mrs. .
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Hutchison of Ankona has been Grandma Munwon was taken seriously spent a few days In town, last week, the -.- fi.lnO.' I 'Vo.lU fl* ,
making a round of farewell visits and Sunday: night. A telegram;\ summoned guests of Mr.\ and Mrs. S. F. Olbbs. Hubert Magritder has commenced to ..J.:1 lNdly. iMllylUUlH "HTATIONH.Cv. Dally Daily. II:4 -
calls among her many; Eden friends! be. )Dr. Holmes, and she Is now some better. make preparations to save his. line young 1td
West is ----- I
Capt. making some nice Improvements --J'i'Wi: ixnlrl TIM nnisi H
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It.
fore leaving for her future home Mis oiauge grove by wooding Jas. Boydhas
in
Mr. Provost's trade boat Merchant on his West I'olnt property, U IS, II IMiAr, Ht, AutfiiNttndHt. ..I.v Nap: Hula
sissippi. We regret much to see the contiact. Moral: In time of r Lv. . III i attic seep
very was anchored here over Sunday, on her which will add much to Its beauty. U I'in A"ar"Mlin.U Up ,''d A: j
her !go. and hope to tee her buck among I peace prepare for war, II 4iM" '' IhatlnUM. . .J.v 6"", H2IW ty'a 0a .
us again a welcome visitor at no distant way down the river. This Is her second Mm. Frank Latham and dallA'hterIIrll. I a1rp19mpArr... __ Kuet pnlntkn.!. ___ .111/1I\' staff CD Q",
Y- c-
date. trip. Quoonle Wells, of Oak Lodge were the S. I). Holmes of Khnrpos, spent from! hr d49' Umip I I Ar, .PnlHikU' . I., hUI''f4llto "f -
en1101"
Tuesday until Monday In Mints c / / I".k. Ar ? slit e$ 0
taking !.Ii' ... ___
Uncle and Auntie Hughes returned guests of Mis. Ed Morgan the past week. V 5to II.t OOJ::
Lv 45$3
The census taker has been among; us the census of Lyrattn, Tuinbull, /Stilt g T3Sp7: Matieb pG ( iEe
this week and ere that are women reid- from their trip to the bench at Oceanim Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wells and family Lake Aurantla and various other small (.g: 1\ lttu l.v -- Men Meta ---- Ar 1/111":/ CD A en
Friday both feeling much better In a IH ;; : 7teetf'"Iatkn; ,1ilI'/ TTIilaH4JI1 .. CD j
dlapiilnprvv\ )l Ar
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lifo In 1'arls. We places including Mims und Kast |
Ize that no amount of "cold cream" and are now enjoying hopeto Mints.
health. 1411011'1 : .. .. .OrinomlI'uytouit. . .I.v 4 IMp" : C']: 2-
"bloom of youth" and steaming of nee them here next winter, la their 0 a y AA1 III7P .. . . .. bftlpMp It Hill 0 .R'k ,
wrinkles will deceive him one bit. The Jimmie Tuttlo has moved here from home on the bin It. s MIM.p nn. ." .. ..Port I irnitifn? . .1141.11111., M
For two year Ira W. Kelly of Mansfield a . . =
sa' uunUiiff 0
RESTak slip: aiiip .Ntiw Hmyrnit.mk II' en
worst of It Is that ho Is our good; neighbor lion I, and Is living in the little school Misses Florence and DqsHle Hodgson, Pit, was In poor health on account a :: .!.IPBlKlp .. . .d Hill. . .. stop td rrn -
W. II. Tancre of Ankona. We will helping Dr. Chambers pick .. ..
house pack Mrs. of trouble . .TltiiKvUlu .. CD
A. Hodgson mod I Messrs. Ernest kidney Hu consulted several a J'CI
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simply hope that with so to remember and ship his large crop of pineapples.Mrs. ) 111M' .Cut; MI' p. c-c11"1'
many Taylor and Klngao Hodgson, of Kuu physicians and spent considerable money I4 tn '| ..... .. eANew . 7p ... 0 p Pu
he will forgot our particularages. Theda Hall arrived from DoLand Gallic, were In town, last Monday. for medicines without obtaining relief 0 111\1.11.. .. .. . .tI"'Ie".I p. : .. a h alp: . ,
g .... JnlilM. . .. td aq t'l:
until ho tried 0 4 "'p .. KHU ( .. ? I Pip t
and ILn,1now :
Thursday will remain two weeks to Mine Jessie Ooode returned home, from' Koley's Kidney Cure, ; Imo/ .. /7Up'I: \ ..MHlhonrtifl.. . ." I Ullp)/ .. R enUI
Will somebody who known or thinks assist Mrs. FINK! in nursing her mother, hint writes: "I desire l to add my tiHtlmony . /ftCMp1MIV '' ... .ltI.'I..II.I.. .. . .. uwii" ? .. CD 0 t II.!
he docs tell us what becomes of the Mrs. Hall who Is still confined to her Koiteland Saturday. She reports avery Unit It may bo the cause of aiding .P' .td .. . / .. H4ll"IMI iMIt .. . .. iJZii: ... n tJcn .
enjoyable visit there, and says that : otbeis." 11. U. Wilson ... at .. 6Anp/ .,.... Ht. lucre... . it ... t'y !.
white butterflies? They have been /flying bed. the Frost Proof orange grove looks fine : A Hon.: Cf -4 . .. didvp' .., .. ..,..Fort 1'tnnm. .. .. II hU" .. Q 1
steadily southward for two months .. .. A Tip .. TH'l>Hl. .. . .. n II. ...... -. en.
countless millions of them. Uo they do Miss Myrtle Baldwin and brother Le- :Mrs. Roy McFadilen and daughter, : F-4 H .. .11811' .. <:....o" .. .. .. .. .. .. eft Qu
land home from church with Mr. en ,. . .. .....
went Grant .. elm ;' .. .. .. It 8
any mischief ? We noticed one day that and Mrs. Carlngton, last Sunday, and Miss Quennfe, were In town shopping 1 a", ..... S/>p ... .. ... .en.n... .. .. It . .. '
northward last Monday Cnpt. McKadden has .. a . .. .. ....
they were flying; suppose they gone o l.'i, i.. fI.I.' !111 eno
got up out of the side of the bed stayed until Tuesday. They were out In to tho Jl.tlmnm Islands, In the schooner, been .. ?wi< N ..Wiwt Jtiptuir., . .. I III l Ma... ..,.a g
wrong an open sailboat .during all that hard H. II. Itchy has Melbourne for g. .. .. ..W..Mt. Colin lknwh. ,.. : ... ... t,
that morning for they came. back next rain. Did they get wet? Ask them. Queen several F-4 t . 8IKlp .. HojntonAr . .. .. .? ,, Car F..
day with all their relatives. We would Laura Adams days past .. .. ,,,,.., . U..lr.." ... . \ .. .. .
.:Mrs. :Miss
Lyman and 03 cn .. Himpp: .. Fort Lkutlnnlu . ... d
like to know bow far and what M rs. Mary Dally and Mrs. ]Mary Hoi men,
they go, Rudolph Lyman returned Saturday, from Curls Christensen, Len Junes and . lilirrpIII( ", ,.. .. .Lrfimnn C'ltjr.MlMinl: . . .. i'
they go for.Pineapples.. of City Point and Miss Alice Wlneberg., their visit to Kant Melbourne where they Adolph Bunsen were Melbourne, on . .l lAp .. .. fr 7 lAli .. .
continue to be the all absorbing of Cocoa, went to Oceanus Friday morning went to rest by the sun and enjoy surf Saturday.Messrs.. "lt Pitrlur tJurii-on Trulnn!.!M/! rn fnll.t )
and with Mrs. Black
are stopping!
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topic of the day. There Is no Miss Mamie Holmes joined the party bathing; .Scott and Ooudy. of Melbourne, B.tw..o J.ek.oo
news but pineapple news, and no talk Liter. They all intended to remain therea Proprietor Frank Robertson Hotel were In town, Sunday: on their way to N i1tiiw. Nnl"l 1 :o.J'" ud Nu*,
that does not relate to the pineapple, or week or more before returning home. Carlton, Is having now lawns made In Palm Do.icli.Chan. AT TIONH. ,Lastly Dully!O"u... ,J Mlln Mon Hun V..il y '
.Mn.5aa MU only.
ex orgy
the of the We out! _
transportation same.
never tire of it but do tire getting Mrs. Black Intends to move from OceanUS front of Ms Hotel. He In always making W. Iloltou. the censu enumerator l.v.J..k."vllI.I .. . .. .. ffiJu 75Iry. 1""I.I" ham. 1I1 lYw 'lUry' 7'wry' l( Mw .....
them we ; to her home in Georgian: July :2nd, Improvements on the house and was with us Friday and Saturday, .A r. ....hi.. Hooacn.. .. ..... .. .. .. 715, 6/111': '111I1'I 11 lilt> 111111I.. 411..1' Tebp112es/ : ....
how
ready to ship our poor backs, where she will reside during the summer grounds of last week Mnrt.. ___ ..ltlll'ryN'o !. I II! Mlp! IOIMIII !slYlp'IT7e :: : T
they do ache over the packing .benches, and perhaps permanently. Mrs. : '...Is :3i 1.10.xNoH.: : LG: C T'p,55FIw:! :
and our arms get almost helpless catching Johnson and daughter, Mrs. Sherlock, Nets HoxmunHon him bought a lot of MTATION9. IJMIIT Unify UnLIT LMluy. th.u Mnn Mon tlnn wally No.at I
the Immense things It la almost will then be the only permanent residents Stuart. fishing tackle; he expects to go Into the .5N!, .. .tSMUe.Ma only I only\ only nnl _
good to have a freeze we think, whenwe Black liaising business. Ly. MaY\l<,.t. . .. . .. . lAq., \ '. IIMIj'( 6lawhtYwTUp., .. .. .
have caught pines half a clay, for then at Oceanus When Mrs. to YNWoHouh. .. .. .. .. .. .. IIU'III' 8\1'\ ttp. 1It'I': HI/IIf"ft step: IlIIo'p sUryArJe
leaves the postofllce will be closed, during k..mrlliM. . sew. 114/1aU'1'1: 11"1)01411'1IIJjV' /
they are so small that it Is no trouble to C. ,V. Corton expects to move his bees The float shipmee of (pineapple from !!!..!!! !!" )
catch them. However forget;\ all our the Hummer. over to Indian River in a few days. title vicinity wa. shipped; the first of the B.t...... N.. Smyrna and 0...... .tw...a Tltn.Tlll ad Smntord.train .
aches and pains when we see the checks week by C'has. Christensen ; they were City .r..oUo. pfT! ---7e'rI'f ifs.

coming In, for Fhe prices are good. Fatal mistakes are made by those who Harry Prescott killed a large: alligatornear ; large ones. N..a j.j'U'1'foN'H." .. : :-. 'fltllnlll..,. Ar T iTI
do not heed the earlier symptoms of the railway bridge on Wednesday. of .;IN..I ii I zJ.r.ai: ;; -: i .. .'. .......... ,.. "be I '
The Qrantwlll be much liMa
,people very .. 1'.h.II"Lv . .. "
IA ....Ir. IN..rTllii.C.: / .. (OOkJl'n.. .
bladder trouble that often end 't'lies.
CYCLING has Its ups and downs. kidney or Miss Louise Walker will have charge divided the4th ; some going to Miami, 4.p.uWp! ..Orluty., City.. . ..JIn'.po1...... ... .. IfUM
After the downs, use banner Salve, if In Bright' disease' diabetes When of the school at this place the coining more to Tltusvllle and other to Palm :It.pllllfJ.: ) !!' __ .nfL___ ..
you're cut or bruised. It heals the hurt Foley's Kidney Cure makes the kidneyswell winter. Beach while /'IIloda11cbooi/ :! children ..lU )Ar..n""C.7tt.;; ,..... aua Urwy.I All traln.. between TltuMyll). ...01 tlauf'Jr
quickly. B. It. Wilson A: Son. how foolish it Is to delay li. R. will go to Malabar. Illty ji n<*lti.il tlnlljr Bare 4 HunilnySteamship dell erneos. .!Munday.
Wilson A: Son. Her W. T. Land held l services; here
-------- twice on Sunday and went to Sebastian Cha ChrlsteniMin while walking In his Connections at Miami.

Roseland.Allen on Tuesday.We garden near the river, had a very narrow
Don't Drink Ic.-Colil W.Mr. have received an Invitation at. escape from being bitten by a rattlesnake, KEY WEST LINE. .

tend a ball to be given by the Sebastian all be was about to step on It when he ties*. MIAmi Httnctnyn To....>I..... WadtiOTcUr and Frt'lny, *" ... .. ..... .. ..11 OH p. ....
Cain and sister Miss Caroline Ice-cold water I I. not *o good as Iced Social Club, July 4th. ..1It.. When killed measured 1 U feet Arrive Kay W_t Mon.Iey.W.w4y.. Tburwlays awl B tur have to O'.ney: to spend the Fourth .ater-that Is, water cooled b,1lce without U lnch*, and had ten rattles. tv. Key West ThnrwlaJaawl Mondays.n. : P. m.
with relatives gone there. coming In contact with It. The 1 less We regret to learn that Mr. Morrow Arrives Miami Vrlilityi ami Minulay. . . ... . .. .. .. .... . . ... /ftuua.: m.
of either the better. It I I. an excellent lost his store and stock of m 'merchandise
Miss Jessie Goode who has been vie-i practice to drink water-an abundanceof by fire, on the night of the ii.jth: at .Se Cold Steel or Deutli. HAVANA LINE. -

king at Krclldoiine' returned to Melbourne It-junt before retiring also the first bastian. There Is but on* email chance to save 80DTHBOUND STKAMEHH TOUCH AT KEY: WKdT: ; NOUTHHOUND SAILWKKCT

last Saturday.Mr. thing In the morning. It I I. a cleanser of R. A. Ronaseau'of Horn ton W. E. your life and that I I. through an operation HAVANA TO MIAMI .

elton the census enumerator, the system and U a good diuretic. of West Palm Beach ; ," was the awful prospect set before r.Mt..inl HaiuUy and Wnd"_..".... ......... ... .. .. ....... .... .......... I ll'ODp.nu:
has been July Ladies Home Journal.A Gleln ; P. G. Baldwin Mrs. I. il. Hunt, of lAme edge, WIs., by Ar"v. Haveee Tnl FrliUy. . ". .. ......... ... ... .. .... ... .. .. ..... 6:111: u.m-
here wboeverybody
is finding; out of Jacksonville were pleasant visitor her doctor, after vainly trying to cure 1Aa<. Havana TnxMUr. and Fr41ey.. .,.,................... ... .. ... ........... .... 11:00: ...
and their reason for being so. here this week. Arrive ltamIWalnw4y.aelMaUMen. ....... .. .... .. ..... ........ .. ...... .... 6lJO.: ...
trouble
her of a rightful case of stomach
A. E. Campbell came down from Mel Monster Devil Fish Twelve hundred and sixty-five crate and yellow jaundice. He didn't count Tb.iiTtin. Tabln. ahuw the tin.... ai whloh tr..'''. may ho xpnntwl eo..rrtv. aiul depart
bourne last Friday,, but owing to sick Destroying victim U a type of con of pineapple went forward on Tuesday, on the msrvelou power of Electric Bitten from th. vral .'.'1_*. hat their arrival or ik<|>.rtar.. al the IIIIIM itatwl M Dot iiiaran't
ness returned the early part of the week. stipation. The powerof thl murderous i and not one crate left behind on the to cure stomach and liver trouble, leg....\I.'fro.. nor itc<. ha-UumNuiy .babt llanlf rmputulblo fur any delay or any __QIoae.. ariIP

malady U felt on organ and nerve and dock. AH the growers want now I. a but she heard of It, took seven bottle, Pus oopy at oral tlm reel a Sick headache U the bane of women. muscle and brain. There' no healthtill I good shed on the wharf and a nice passenger wa wholly cured, avoided surgeon's J. P. BWJICWITH TraAo Maaa,... J. D. BAHXER, A. O. P. A.
What is wanted U not relief alone, but It'* overcome, but I>r. King NewLife station on the site of the prevent knife, now weigh more and feel better .. AII..t!_ _
relief and cure. Dr. Loyal Ford Dyipeptlcida Pill are a cafe Qnr. certain core. one. than ever. It'* positively guaranteed. to
will core sick iieada.;ue for all Best in the world for stomach,liver, kidney cure stomach liver and kidney troubles
time. It make the stomach right. B. and Bowel Only 24 cent at B. Please mention the ADVOCAT when and never disappoints Price SOo at It. Remember the ADVOCATE does Job Printing.

R. Wilson A: Son. B. Wilson A: Son' drug store. writing advertiser. It. Wilson A: Bon' drug store.









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rj TWO hundred bushels BUSH SWEET POTATOES. Florida East Coast 1 1TIME RyJ


Potatoes remove Interesting. Kaets About Sweet Pot_ b
VN
to Orvwlnc In Mew Jersey, TABLE NO. 25. IN EFFECT APRIL 11. WOO

; t eighty pounds of "actual" Pot- The reputation of New Jersey sweet

potatoes Is well established, und one oftlowlth.ly BOOTH BOUND
ash from the soil. One thou known vurletlos the 0 un 000 0,18 I0.83Dally R
Jersey
.5 >> .iq STATIONS. Dolly
sand of fertilizer Yellow. A correspondent of Rural New .53 G) xaW ej&tluen.bel Ra
pounds containing
a number 4dp> el4'w. Ly...... .. nville..o.Ar "TiJp lU&fiaVUte tQ
hre
Yorker tolls
r. I that there a of V II JIi"", II)4 a A.......,./fclt.:: injustice ......L.T 6.IU1J:. 84a/ Hasp
. \ t 8% "actual" Potash local strains of this whore pecullfliltlea eAda'r": J OrrN 1Dr! 1"_ Ly./It\. /:: Augaetius..Arlap 94toeaTp11rp .
: 11 ..... Hastlnc* .........Ly 6401' j b Q
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lie principally In their shape, color and .,.. lust .. 8 OI
,I: will the. amount 11 4(111( .AI' ; PaJ.tka. ? lI:11ip: 4es 6-
supply just Keeping; quality. Among these In the m Step l u .!I *;::; !\ 1116a L>"......... ,htlatlut...... ,,j Ar m elSa : Q bjprj
needed. If there is de.f' Vlneland which
a Hush teems to be a 7 {
g &iiiI' -,1, Ar..........!;>- atAlo..1 v. ,' sun i iUP tf::: yH
true bush form of the Jersey Yellow. 0 L .. 'sn TH
ti: ..!.!!f
ficiency of Potash, there will be Thin writer nuytt.: We grew some of "'" r4 Ysp 114Ua 1'...... aJatka..Arwp.: MS..* .. I'1J
them lust and found them to be 44p .......... rm...<1..._...... '(Wp % Ilia
Houaon a ID t .141' ........ .. 048 '
46P
i in the :
;:4 a falling-ofl" crop. productive. of good yellow color and to d 11"1'"" 24p ......,.: .._.. 8Up.itt. -I"
/ W J=I : / '' .... ... .Portmyrna......... to 8%lIp 0
;11 I; :I'1 J We have some valuable desirable shape. They form a thick "'" e a Mp up ........Oak. Iflll.:........ : 8Wp 100& p toG ;
C bushy top of rich dark grceu leaves en IllJUp"tUu ..........1.1t>wY1JI..._...... balate r
7 books telling about composition and not a sign of a runner. The] loaves "' G) 8 ...... Sup M ..........City Point.......... 'lIbp t7854p ..... S. II
, -" 03OT ...... 1101' .. ...........i Cocoa............ 1471' ...... 0
are of the BHIIIO shape as the Jersey CIS ,.. ...... : / ._......Kwltlvdff........ 1 Up
use and\ value of fertilizerst Yellow but rather ft: 0 ...... C .... ..,. : ISp ... bd P1
larger. They are as
.. ...... /alp ..........Mateibourn.......... IMIpnaua ..... Q) tQ
t easy to cultivate and hoe as bush ::eJ en ...... 48111' ...........Koaeland.......... 12 nip ...... t i Op
I various crops. They are beans and there are no \Incn In the ....4.be1 ...... 4 Uo .......... Sebastian:: t> ......... 12 I/1/'P ...... 0_ .
I H III! .....' aiip .. .... 8t. Lnoio.......... ...... ... :f
sent free. way at digging: time. The quality Is to b ..q ....., 5444. ..:......Fort.. Pieroc.._..." to .11 itfis ...... Q tD I H
::' much like the Jersey Yellow. We Q ...... GUlp "Tlbbala. ....... UUtoliOOa .... .. pico
\ GERMAN KALI WORKS, very : H ...... 601\p\ ............,,Itden........... .u...
: Naiuu St.. New York. have grown so culled vine-Ions sweets H ...... ..........Jeuiwn. ........... .0 Bia! ..... 1dD 0
4 93 .. but they are nil more or less of the ri: y ...... U6l hlp ". .......... '.Stuart./:: ........ LOffiajfia ..... C
yam .
a ...... 6 sup .........Hot bound......... 8 ...... 0:1o :
Free and family. The...Vlnt-land Bush In a true Tri-Weekly Sailings ...... 111Jp" .......Wast.. Jupiter ...." 1002.. .* **. 0
' sweet potato. ; ,.... "001' ,.....WastPalm Beadi. 921-. .*...4Bugett a bH
, Accepted Masons.No. .... \ .. .......... :Boy ton. ..... 90'3 ...... W
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\ 1 Boll, method of culture and season BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. .... .. ....**. .. ...... .. !
:.l have much to do with shape color and to ....:..t.IBCip ......tTo'rt LtttulardaW".,. Bt ..... S
.1'1 ..... : .........Lemon Oitjr..Miami ......... 7[ Kite .....
" .''If ; Indian quality of sweet potatoes It In a well at S. C., both ways) w ... .Ar...,.." .... ,. .,. ......LT 'r lua .oj.. .F.... r
00Tltusvllle mown tact that where they have been : .rive Oars on Trains 1)5) ami 78.

',1'1'' '1"" grown; In favorable Moll for many years The Finest Steamships Gin the Coastwise Service B.tw..n N.w Smyrna and. Orange Between Titnsville mad Sanford.

, 9''J. River their habit of growth becomes to some City Junction.

. Ifl'' 11 ', extent fixed In the seed. and they will n' o. STATION a. ?o. |Nom.4. No. 0TATION8Tituavllle.. NollTTp

Lodge. / rFloiUla.. retain that habit for a year or more .The Clyde New England and Southern Lines 8:61 I Oil J.v"l'ew bmyrn..Ar 1bUpl'I I lop Wa Ir........... .........,4.r ;
I,' t Hold* Ito iiioptlng ths' epOII<)antI fourth Friday when planted on quite different floll. Direct Service Uetweon 401'1' 1161aUUOp, .Lake Helen..Lvlt4Op lUCp 7 l.ltt : ............Mima............. V 112p
::1 .. of each" "month, at the Indian lllver hoWl, 42uti] .. Orange City.. .. 1:tlfip 44'p Bltan .... ....Oateon.. .....,...... 1lb'a42ai:1215.Ar.Orange0
i I Tltimvlllfl, at 7 mi"'.,l,,rk p.in. A large/ snoot potato grower In Iowa ',. Jet. '" 12: aup) p 83Uu ,.........Enterprise.......... 11 a.;*
' _\ t Il. N f.' A.. II.A.Wilson Htowart. Senior Worshipful Warden.J. / Master.II. WI ltttM me: "We buy Jeinvy Yellow Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points. All traiua uvtwuen. New bmyrim, and Orauge fl tUa Ar .. ....... .Sunford.. .., .." .. Hum",

J(. W.Ikorlnnlnr WarUan. seed which at first grows short and C (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) City Junciton dally except buiidfty, All train between. Tltusville and Sanford
.
( J. M.1 I'txnii, rr'annrer.F. daily except Sunday(!
chunky but after a or two they I
;, 1" A. Morgan Henrotary. year SEMI.WLKICLY SAILINGS: : Between Jaofc'rtlle and Pablo,Beach. tlm'
.... :
:I 1 .?. I*. Carruthnrs, Honlor ))eMon. grow longer/\ and then we cull them .... ......... .. .. rheseTimeTable. slow the at which :1
Roethlamnd' .... ..... .. .. ... ... ... .., .from Lewis Wharf, Boston traina be expected to arrive
may and ,
1)1 1 F. A., LoHtay Junior UBHCOII.. Yellow NniiNemondN." Thus theycllallo'l Nortliboand.............. .. ........... .... ........ .. from foot of llogau, 8ireet,.Ji..ekaouvlllB -No:-I'NO-ISW /HTATIOKetJackwmville. No 10-No 18 teparfrom the several nations, but I
I &J' F ft Ctmffiie I 64JSp, \ +; CvT .. Ar BOOa 4&p) '
: Stewards.
their arrival at the
or departure time.
I well
O. H. Wahnn, /\ name an a* shape. 71r 108aaAr..Pnblo Beach.. Lv 71111a .
'i! 400p stated in not guaranteed, nor dOM the Company !

I: A. KroHiiluir Tylor.KIDNEY The ,'cd-tlm small or medium pita- Clyde's St. Johns River Line. All trains. betwHeu Jiickw>nville and Pablo hold itself. responsible for any delay or i
.I J toes are .flrnt bedded In a hotbed one- Boat: daily except Monday.\ any consequences arising therefrom. .

half to one Inch apart nUll covered BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE:: AND SANFORD. For copy (if :io m Lima cutm call uu Ticket Agtmttt, or addrewi
I J.P. BEC&WITH,. Traffic Managur. J.B BAHNEB A. G.P. A.STKAMSH1P .
DISEASES three Inches deep. In about four weeks Jacksonville;J'alatka, Sanford Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate I landings on the St.Jobn'.Wver. 8t Augustine.

.. the sprouts should: be well up and root. STEAMER ,
LINES.
'I'' b t ed, when they are pulled and net where "1>. 31UKC1IISON.'
I 4.'' j fatal of all dis the soil has been previously prepared. CAPT. W. A. SHAW Florida East Coast Steamship *Co.

'(, Leave foot Catherine street,Jacksonville B:00 p. m. Tuesdays and Saturdays.
1 Leave Sanford 5:00 a. m Fntorprino 1110:; a. m., Mondays and Thursdays.. PROPOSED SAILINGS
lr
I 3 ;1 y FOLEY'S' KIDNEY CURE Is I Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Offlcq 204 W.:Bay St., Jacksonville. BETWEEN HIAMI AND KEY WEST.

SS (-" Miami Snndnya Tuesdays Wednendayfl. and Fridays. ....>...H'OOm.: .
: ii: 6uarant8id Remedy, W H. WARUUKTOJf. T. P. A., ...M.1RoxMow.kRJa., 1"1." ... 1>&8s. Att.( Arrive Key West MvutlayeWgdnesdnye, Thursdays and Baturday..... 3:IX)p. m.
i 11) State St.I. New York.. j 204) Went Hay St.lauksonville, Fla. Leave[ Key Went Thursdays and Sundays.J......... 2:-00". m.
'j'. 4 0. P. LOVELL, A. t. Fla. Su .t.. I,{JOHN. L. HOWARD, Superintendent, Arrive Miami. ridnys and Mondays ........._ SUOa. m.
or money refunded. Contains Jack.on"l1Ie.FI8. I Foot Hogan St.,Jacksoavllle, Fla.,
TIIKO. U. KGKll!: T. M., A Bowling Green, New York..
remedies recognized by emi !- e I WM. P CLYDE A CO., General Accents.eaebrouRh BETWEEN MIAMI AND HAVANA.

; i nent physicians as the best for :I Building !State! 8t. New York in Ho. "..I.war.. Ave.. PMlndelphla. SOUTHBOUND STEAMERS TOUCH AT KEY WEST; NORTHBOUND SAIL

DIRECT, HAVANA TO MIAML

., Kidney and Bladder troubles. Leave Miami( Sunday, and Wednesday*................................................. 11-00". m.
PRICE SOe. aad $'..00.n Ocean Steamship Co. Arrive. van.tTue.dayrandFrUuya.................................................... a78pa.m.:
WILSON & HON. Leave Havana Tuesdays and andSaturd.Fridays : 11 COa.
Arrive Miami Wedneauaya'
_.. .
1 -
'" -
'Savannah Line" While it ia the Intention of the Florida Kant: Ooaat Steamship Company to have their ships
OREGON BLACKBERRIES. follow regular itcbeduJuii. us uuverunou" the Hue rexervea the right at all times to withdraw
their shipt or change their BOiliutf. day. without notice and to substitute any steamer when,
4 s ; will the line hold ilaeif. responsible for any detention of it. steamers or dalay
Experiment In Ilortlooltare at he t Fast Freight antI Luxurious Passenger Route from not Dry; nor

Itnh) Hlatlon. BD8H SEICT POTATO. Florida to New. York Boston and the East.
t Commenting upon the wonderful pro- The ground IK Hint'' plowed lightly, as ,

; 'ductlvcni'Hn of the Oiogoii evergreen dl' 'J1llloVIIIott'II.111/\ to puiduct long po sDuTHEnN S .nlILWAY

p blackberry, the horticulturist of the tll t 01'11. Some growers plant lu bills *

i ; Utah station nnys: The year previous others on ridges] funnily: light furrows
to coming to station, 1800( 20
N my this are inn about three feet apart lu
I plants on these' grounds.* bore 840 which the fertilizer which fchould erich

quarts of berries, which gold for $17. In potash IK sown nt the rate of (:) DIRECT LINE-QUICK TIME O:
I had known this Muck-
previously one-hnlt ton per acru. Ridges (or hlllni,
i berry In Oregon whore Its bearing are made dliectly over this. either with -YO--
WASHINGTON
ATLANTA
a rldger, or uninll plow. The plants are ,

H I set on the rldgt 18 Incliea or more BALTIMORE BIRMINGHAM,
,
S ""A*"* tr.vawrrsyMia'inxlelvivw '
o sI npart. There are several forms of PHILADELPHIA, MEMPHIS,
hand planters In use OMVl'1I an the two
NEW YORK CHATTANOOGA
horne" mat'hlne, but ninny farmers still) ,

set with the hand or trowel.! Plants CINCINNATI, ST. LOUIS,

f should never be net until the whether Jziitj&Mi.y fSauj'r' < LOUISVILLE, KANSAS CITY,

I IH warm about melon planting time. It and All Point East and ':/.. .
the soil Is dry a little water la put In I'LLx t 1Li 11.. ..Pzi.rt Som.SIIOR'r .

1 aeR by as the plant U Ret which Insures a NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS
RAIL RIDE TO SAVANNAH.
good: Htart. Some planters always wa SERVICE LIKE THIS .

ter. Frequent cultivation and clean Thence via Ship Bailing from Savannah.
hoeing ate essential to success. Nearly THE, NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS

I all growers now use cultivators with 4 each week 4 Via Savannah and Charlotte N. C.

.1 vine' turners on. which keep the vines Ships THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL,
the ridge through the season.
upon Via Savannah and Charlotte N. C.
1 l lI I TO L'\TI'VV": : YOE1.J3: : .

The Dew or Globe A..k. THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED,
2-SEJXPS: .Ed VVX7i IK. to; :ElOSTON"2All >
t artichoke cultivated -
The bur or globe Via Jeaup.
ii extensively In Mediterranean countries ticket agents/ and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedules.

Is a vegetable of very delicate Write for general) Information, sailing schedules stateroom reservations or call on THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS,

I ,.. flavor for the table and quite different E. II. HIXTOV, WALTER HAWKINS, Via Jeaup.
which Is Trafllo Manager Oen'l Agt. Traffic Department,
1 from the Jerusalem artichoke
k i Vg OHBOON KVBUUIIKBN: BLACKBKRKIKa Through Vestlbulad Trains Pullman Drawing-Room SleepIng -
; grown as forage for hogs and cUter an- Savannah Ga. 2J1 W. BIll St., Jacksonville, Fla. ,

l i proclivities Burpiiastnl anything I bad linaU. ---- Cars, Through Coaches, Elegant Dining Cars.
# vine of this variety at the Oregon station The bur artichoke Is commonly propagated -. Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville end
from stickers which are produced
' + t l as reported by ProfesHor Cooto around the crow). These fire pinched Florida Central and Cincinnati. 0., via ASheville, N. C., and Knoxville,
yielded 120 of berries In
pounds one
off or cut off except two or three, through "THE LAND OF THE SKY."
i season. I doubt It this record has been *
which arc left to produce the flower
beaten by any berry In this country. beads. Black turfy "soils" are especially Through Trains via Southern Railway are now OperatedIn
i i Ir A few vines In the which
state
i gave suitable for Its cultivation. Tbe shoots Peninsular Railroad.Unexcelled connection with the Plant System from Jacksonville.
the Its often
berry name iv.111 supply a wrT
are planted -Vi! feet apart In rows threeto .
family front latcl'snmmt until cold four feet upart, the care required and Summer Excursion Tickets, at very low rates,

weather, BO productive la It and Its the methods, of cultivation being similar on sale June I to Oct. 31 1900.
I service from Florida to all points ,
i bearing season BO prolonged.
I to thom used 'In the case of cab-
The size of the fruit when well For RaUl. Schedules and Information cal"on
Suckers or address
Sage t eggplant etc. plantedIn .
crown Is from medium to large. Its this way will yield heads. In autumnof North East and West.Two .!> W. T. COSBY, T. P. A.
1 quality, to my tnsto': Is fairly good the first year. At the north when 2I2 West Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla.]
f though lowe object to Its slight cop' bur artichokes are grown from seed the RANDALL CLIFTON. District Passenger Agent, Savannah Ga.
pery tang. Like moat blackberries It J. M. CUIP, W. A. TURK, a. U. HARD WICK,
f seed Is sown In hotbeds In Februaryor
IS Is a poor shipper, though It does not March In, rows about three Inches Trains dally between Tampa, Jacksonville, Savannah and Columbia, carrying Traffic ;Manager, Gen. Fa". Agt.. Asst Gen. Pass. .Aft,
Washington, D. C.
Washington D. C. Ga.
Atlanta
become soft or deteriorate In quality apart and the plants' are finally thinned Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping cars, connecting at Columbia With sleepers for ,
r soowr than the average !berry of Its to about the mini distance apart -- "

11 ii kind. No berry has a longer market-: i In the row. These are ready to transplant York.Also MALLOUT STEAMSHIP LINE.
... lug period. In Oregon It 1st usually In when they have four I.a Yes. Washington Baltimore Phila. and New .
fruit from the 1st of August until late ,
They should bo set out three cr tour Florida New York
la October. Its bad qualities are that together In n hill the hills IS to 3(1( with Clncinnattl' Sleeper via Asheville. .
U Buckers vigorously, has a trailing Philadelphia and Boston.
1 Inches apart In rows three to four feet
From Brnnawlek: (direct), to New York.
habit which makes It bard to stake or apvrt.

train, and Its reedtt are too large and '1 PASSENGER SERVICE.To .

1U cane too firm. The character of the "Dixie Flyer" .
make connections with steamers, leave. Jacksonrllle
leaves and stems can be seen In the nc- -
Union Depot)on .
Thursdays via Cumberland Route) 8.IS a m.
companying plate: The evergreen In Through Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louis via Fernandlna at 1 :M p. m. Mi..als en route; or"...1 Rail" ".tf
'. ( p. m, (Plant System) arrire Brunswick 11-TO. Passengers 7"
F r the name Indicates the berry's bablt of Nursing Mothers arrlyal
j i' remaining green throughout tho win- Lake City Macon Atlanta Chattanooga and Nashville at Brunswick: go directly: aboard steamer.

'I', ter.It dread hot weather. They PROPOSED SAILINGS

I : l baa seemed to me ever since I have know how It weakens and Making connection for Kansas City, Chicago and all points the Northwest Lv.New York Pier 21 Eo R..S.-Oop, m., (Standard Tim.) Brunswick

d'\ known the Oregon evergreen that no how this affects the Y'r1da.Jun.I...."..... ..... ..COLORADO ... ... .. ....... ... June >
I fruit offered greater inducements to baby. Friday, 8.. ......., .. ... .....RIO GRANDE.: . .. ....... ... ... ....Friday<<. tJ
: i All such mothers needScou's Through sleeping car service between Jacksonville and New Orleansvia Friday, "W .... ......... ...... COMAL ..... ....... ...... .. ..rld.y. 2i
the experimenter as a plant that could 2).... .., ....... ..
fl Friday. ,1UO ORAKDE. .. ........ .. .Friday "
I, be Improved by selection and hybridization Emulsion. It gives River Junction and Teosacola Friday, June*9..... .. ......... ....COLORADO .... ... .... ...'...;.:.;...Friday' 3v\i\ *
II than this. It Its wonderful them strength and makes For lowest rates, reservations and general Information,apply to
.
this
to of
j Full Information on application any agent company.A.
I bearing qualltle could be given to a the baby's food richer and BASIL GILL, Agent 220 W.Bay St.Jacksonville.H. .

I i i k blackberry not having this one's bad more abundant. O. 1\1 cD on ell L. A Shipman H.RAYMOND,General Southern Agent,Brunswick, Ga.
.
'I t 4 characters to a so pronounced degree 6OC. &lid $1. All druggist.Do C.H.MALLORY& Co.,General Agents.Pier :no B.Kiver,and S8S Broadway.If.Y.

\ I Ipr or If theM objectionable qualities) could -
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be dropped by selection the growing. General, Pass. Agt. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.

of blackberries In the> west at least, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. The ADVOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing.
u filter drinking water f .
you your
t t would biJ revoluuoutae&..




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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE JUNK 29 1900. TTiTUSVI



LLE.INDIAN THE HOUSE COMFORTABLE.ItemrdlPB The Eminent I Kidney .SAKAT0OA SPRINGS. N., Y. tv
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: : :: : :RIVER: : :: :I30TE2. Protection Por HuttllnaVlndow"From l>rult>'. ant Bladder Sp:clallst. EVERETT HOUSEIIATOA
SPRINGS, X. Y.
household should look well to -
t TITUSVILLE Every ,
.1; p \ ,
whatever will make the borne more ... This beautiful family hotel will open for the 10th season, under the same i
INDIAN RIVER comfortable when It Is lu the stern nUll _'":.t. a.;[', 8 mnnngrment, on Juno 1st, 1111.111.

FLORIDA. Icy grip of settled winter wl'n thl'r. If '., New! |plumbing| with I too Intent Improvements, him been put In throughout
tho entire house,, and It line also boon nuwly 1'11inlollllll" rotlll nlllla"l.
'
It has not already boon IIccol1l\\>III.bl..l.; #
,
;t1T"t
"' The h accommodates' two hundred guests (at reasonable; tales) and has t
such work la still\ In order and tin following \' 1 : fI f five hundred ft'Chlf shady pinxzii '

J. O. BAST Proprietor. hints from The Household will ;: J Tho I location, oppositoVIndsor Hotel on South Hrondway, I"I one of the best

be found useful In providing against; ik. : ;fJ.t I In Snrntogn, ntul only ono Mock from nil the pilnclpul Bluings.
For other address
tel"lullilud imrlhjulnrs,
'a r !U the little discomforts that are likely to tP
( b The hotel fronts the I
rl I on
i .
."'0. wtdosofbny'7mileewidthweep ( become apparent In auy house Ht this SUAKKX[ : al'lltoJ:1I'pl'lIlJII: X. Y.

\' In ) ; by the season: (, ,' ,
Indian River, making It a Windows that rattle and are loose In I MANHATTAN HKACII' N. Y.

delightful summer re weather .. ;"lr rc ----- --- -- "" -,--.-----.
their frames should ha vo strips
nw ,'7rt8arm+ 4 )4, f' l f(1hrtMUt( sort. Constant cool '
na m + + t m
h
-" sti ''" ; a T + breezes from the sea and tacked to them that the cold air may _.=::,,:;,,,,, II.i!n\\l\;\ ...Manhattan touch Swept l>y Ocvnu Ilroeze...

i I bay. Flowing/ sulphur not rush lu. A piece of listing or the Tile Discoverer of Swamp-Root at Work laRls
Amrrrn Penn.JOS .
+ ..ou suer' r I u J t now, "7" flannel Isborstorj.
; spilngs. Special summer selvage! edge of woolen cloth or ORIENTAL HOTEL 1', HH"AVI': Manager( Also Manager
rate8. will answer If a weiitbvr strip Is not There is a disease prevailing in this of hotel Alolllll1r, St, Augustine, "Ia.
convenient ofadjustment.. Tack the country most dangerous because so decrpttvo. -

- strip across the top .nsh of the lower Many sudden deaths are caused by Manhattan Beach Hotel >:i 'penn Plan.l.Kt'K .
It-heart disease, pneumonia heart failureor : :
half of the window and 81'e1UlI It la 'P F. SEi Manager.Ovixiul .
JACKSON.F L. Apoplexy are often the result of kidney ,
wide enough to overlap the bottom allowed advance
disease. If kidney trouble Is to -
Concerts, Favorite Opotas, llillllunt Fireworks! Golf Ocean Ilathlng
sash of the upper half. Tack another the kidney-poisoned blood will attack ,

Merntts across the bottom snsh of the lower the vltallrgans. or the kidneys themselves Sailing\ Fishing. Boating' lllcvcllng, etc. Fifty minutes from Now fork
Potlihrin OLD CAIIUTON. level with the sill and make break down and waste cell by cell.
Hotel half on a away
Temperature seldom vmles from 70 degrees. Just the placo to spend the
New nduiuiin ;: ure that It extends over the sill. This Then the richness of the blood-the albumen'
,_???,?, should give sutllok-ut protection unions -leaks out and the sufferer has Bright'* Summer For Information address\ ONes of tlio Company, 10J: Ilrond'y N. Y.
windows loose In their Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble.
the
are
Market and Bay Streets, fronting St Johns River. American plan. very Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new discovery
frames when It will be necessary to JlB'II.I..,: N.HENSONVILLK. Yo
,
bladder
Is the true specific for kidney,
ELECTRIC ELEVATOR Street Cars from Depot the door. .
pass list the sides also.A
thousandsof
and urinary troubles. It has cured -
Family hotel; steam heat. OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafo and Grill most useful and decorative protector apparently hopeless cases, after all other

rooms attached Florida trade especially catered for. Rates from for the window Is shown by the efforts have failed At druggists In fiftycentand THE GABLES OUICKN: COUNTY' ,
sketch. It Is largely used In France dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free CATKKH.I. MOV.MTAINH: X. Y., In tlio Summor.
$2.50 to $1. por day. Special rates by the week or month.......... and has boon adopted here for many by mall also a book telling about Swamp-
Cons In of office. country houses. It Is called a window Root and Its wonderful cures. AddressDr. f
Lou Lessee.
charge C. A. MERRITT
,
screen and la made! of velveteen or Kilmer & Co., Binghamton N. Y. and Melrose Hall OUMONU, FLORIDA, In Winter
,
plush large enough to cover half of the mention this paper. -
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WINDSOR HOTEL... JACKSONVILLE, FLA. lower section of the windows. It shouldbe < Hates reaitoimblo Address, \ yoQAT81tlr.l {
,
Half hairs to Kansas! City, lilts. ,' ,
nnd
with wadding supplied
padded
MOUNTAIN HOUSE':,
at the four corners with small brass' Account National Democratic Convene
rings which may be covered with rll>- lion tickets will\ bo sold via SiHilhcr MELROSE: ]HALL, Sco in ic: A LnTisroTT, Proprietors. v

bon bows. These rings,: fasten on small Railway on July let anti :2nd wish llnikl, I WlM.lAM bl'OIlI
hooks screwed Into the window casing limit July IIt.hlnclultlive. Southern HnlU
offers twelve hours quicker time
way
and serve to hold the screen 1n Its than tiny other lino. II..\I. 1 a\: ()II, N. .1.

proper place.Charming '
effects In the way of I

needlework will make this draft proLt FILTER YOUR WATERAND HATHAWAY INN, DUAL: liKACII, N. J. ''f


AVOID DANGER Hathaway Inn l is situated on..a plattmu about forty feet nbovo the

I ss'' tJr --- -.- ----- son level, In a largo vim and maple grove, surrounded by beautiful\, "l
lawns, from" which a grand ocean view In had, Golf( Is a groat foaturo .w '

No Storo,, Hotel Boarding House or ResIdence at Dual, buing the silo of the finest golf course and club house III thecountry W"(

'\ Hathaway Inn only caters to tho most desirable class of
OPPOSITE CITY PARK. OPEN THE YEAR ROUND. should be wltnont the Anti. \
peoplo, I\\.ll" llrst-cliiss In allots, appointments. Send fur booklet and. .1
RATES, $2.50 and upward. DODOK CULLENS. _
Germ Water Filter. d
h particulars. Apply to i
A. L. & \V.l\rAHSIIl"'l'l'letnrll.' .

WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Hay and Cedar; Streets.JACKSONVILLE ;1

FLA. a t t dld.1 IIEN1)IItMONVIi4I4l: : :, N. c. ,

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American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- 't 1''

ed this season. Fine cooking and good; table. Hot and Cold Water :r THE WHEELER HENDKUSONV1LLE, X, C.
,
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All "ll l I IhIDdo".UIIVlllo'II Hotel.

street cars pass the door. Rooms :lOc, Tao: and $1 a day. Rooms and Open all the year. Altitude 2n.iO foot The dryest ell ma to In North Carolina,
'
board $2.00 to $2.50 per day. halt !links Twenty-live soles' beautiful grove, One hundred and twullty- v.

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor; bedrooms. Electric: lights. Steam heat. Elevator. Tennis court. Dull rooms.

A DKCO11ATIVE WINDOW pnoTECTOR. J I I Mineral Springs! llutli rooms. Ton-pin alleys All modern conveniences.

lector! a decorative bit of furnishing, For farther' Information and rates, address.IIAKDUX .

Duval Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. giving the room u cozy look which In
In : & WHEKLKIl, Proprietors, Hondorsonvlllo, N. C. fii
winter Is most attractive. Water being clear and sparkling no
A more simple and homely arrangement proof It IH pare Well or cistern water No consumptives taken. Special/': rates for June. *, 'i
that Is full of typhoid fever and malarial 1 .
far fresh ---- - -- - --
and which Is most doslrablo
located.
Opposite postofOco. Centrally Thoroughly repaired re be perfectly clear.Is .
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted air In bedrooms at nlgbt. Is a boned germs your may drinking1 or cooking/ water

Rates $2,50 per day and up. which fits snugly Into the Bides of the muddy or cloudy Readily demise It Hotel Imperial HEXDERSONVILLE, N. c; I I h
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. window casing and Is about two feet from all eaith, mind, Insects or 111111I('. ,
high although It may be any width. Is the water you use bud smelling or
By opening the window' a few Inches lasting, ? Is It too much trouble to( clean Table and service flrst-olass. (Hall ,room and orchestra. Hath suite

TIlE MOST POPULAR OFJACKSONVILLE'S at the bottom fresh air will enter, and our tho cistern or well as often nsshould situ nil modern appointments( Moderate rate mid' special rates to
Hotel t I Plaque the board will serve to protect the be? Is tho drainage from house, stableor '
HOTELS. sleeper! from direct draft. privy dangerously near your water families. Apply to hlas.( P. It.LOVE.CIAIIINI :;

Another simple arrangement, often supply! so as to mako you anxious? f .
Have had typhoid 1 or malaria: In Jour
Entertains guests on the European or American plan. The rooms used In country houses of exposed sit family you lately and realized': that the water :: )ON "HPRINOM.. VT. '

are the most pleasant, best furnished and ventilated in Jackson uation la a board six lucbea wide used may be responsible for It? Then -- -- -.. --- --,---
which is fitted into the lower part of LITTLE IJIIOWN JUG< FILTER
ville. Rates per day, fiOo, 7c: 1.00 and $1.I: O; American plan $2 the window frame the window being get at Its a low popular price, anti you are Clarendon Springs House and c nVt.l.ooAt.lln

and upwards, according to the room. Special weekly rates to per opened to admit It and. then closed to sure It will remove all Impurities.) Cottages, Springs, .
free to commercial travelers.C. meet It. In this (board tluy boles arc tif-They urn very chimp, and will last
manent guests. Sample rooms bored with an auger and through these alilo-thnu. When writing for Information n beautiful val"110 the town of Clnrntidon.", among tho green hills l
GARVIN OILMAINE, bas entire charge of the cuisine. the air la filtered! Into the room. Thin plenNo, Inclcwo stump., All orders Vermont at an elevation of I 1,310) foot above the level of the son. three mile. ftIA.
Is excellent device for a bedroom In must be .accompanied" by vnsli.I'KICRM from West Rutland Station, on the J). &: II. R'y. Their bastion\ Is very acoesl-
an : Large' ones, $.1.h) each; small, ble from the prominent cities of New England and' Now York, b lng only seven
HOTEL OXFORD JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Opposite winter with a uortbeas'tern exposure .:.1.00 each. hours from New York A. lU t. TAYLOR, Manager

St. James Hotel. and In case of snowstorms there la no For full particulars, apply to the agent! .. _. .- -- -- -- i
danger that the snow will drift Into TUusvlllo Fla.
CLAULJEVAL'COX, ,
Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and the room as Is often the case when tbe ,
homelike, and special efforts mode to give all who stop at tho Oxford a pleas window la loft open even for the apace Prepared
ant stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jacksonville of an Inch.

When It Is possible there should he J
MRS. 3f. O. FINLEY, Propr.
a portable storm door with vestibule
.. 2 and 3-ply
-- ----- -- -- -- -- -- --- --- -- ---- built outside the door leading Into the

PABLO IlKACir. hotisu. This will save! fuel as enough Asphalt l and Roofing

cold air will rush Into the house which Gravel... ,
Is not thus protected! 1 every time the
i Ocean View Hotel PABLO BEACH, FLA. door Is opened| to make the halls cold u :FI.OCL ly-FWe: >r-'1J"so.: ,

even though they may have been well w Y 4t1

The Hotel Is located close on the Ocean front. East Coast Railway now bun tt'd. e Building and Lining; Papcrg) ,

controls and performs the service between Jacksonville and I'ablo Bench When there la no storm
Trains hourly, low rates of fare, and a commutation. ticket will be placedon should be weather strips for protection. Hoof PaintH, Creosote. Oil, "
would be well to
Even then It
sale on opening of the season. The cuisine and table first-class. Fresh
have/ at hand an old piece of carpet Hlaek Varnish etc.
Fish Clams and Fish Chowder every day. The bathing pavlllion Is superior ,
that may l>e banked against the Insideof
In Its appointments. Meals COo each, $2 per day. Weekly rates,
the doors
at night. Write for Catalogue Samples Prices, etc
$10 to $12, according to location of room. Rooms ensulte and single. ,

i A. }I. BECK, Manager. Meehnn delects as the five bent harrlyj' THE AHMITAGE MANUTG CO. a

,.. roses exclusive! of the ordinary hybrid: ,
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ST. AUOU8TINK. perpetual. Crimson Rambler Rogosa.i lliiliFor :12'otO:3OO: 'Vllliullubur.r: w w tlCIUfOS ). VA.
Wlcbnrlana, Betlgera" or prairie rose
and Harrison's Yellow "the only fine'

...FRONTING 0V THE PLAZA... yellow hardy rose In general cultiva
ALGONQUIN HOTEL tion. catalogue and price addressB.W.JEROME. YSTRN'L
ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. PLANT

Tuscan straw hats, trimmed prettily
Centrally Located. Special attention to Commercial and Tourist with roses and bowknots of black velvet Kockladge, .'Ia.,- Agt., for Urevard) Co _Y"J.o

Travel. Large well Lighted Sample Rooms. Grand View of Bay and ribbon are conspicuous. East Coast for the Agent Globe for Gas Engines. The Great Through Car Line from FlorMR.-ConnectJ. :

Ocean from verandahsi Rates $2 ':-r> $2.50: per day. Ifow'N Thin? ---- To the East t via all rail. The' Atlantic\ Coast Line, via Charleston/ Richmond
BO YEARS and Washington. The .Southern Hallway, via Savannah, Columbia
F. C. HAYDEN, Manager. EXPERIENCE Washington.) .

-- We offer one hundred dollars rewardfor Trt the West The Southern R'y via Jesup, Atlanta and Cbattanoogo. The L &
any case of catarrh that cannot be jf, via Montgomery. The $futhern It', via Savannah, Columbia
PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. did Ashevlllo. Tim. 31.k O Ify via Montgomery.
F. J. CHBXET: & Co., Props' Toledo, O.
,) the East t via Steamship, Via Savannah and Ocean S 8 Co., for Now York
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ONLY. It la located We, the undersigned, hv known F. Philadelphia and Boston via Savannah and! Merchant: Miner }
This hotel Is now open for ROOMS centrally near J. Ofheney for the last 15! years, and believe Baltimore
for
Postoffice Bank: and Cathedral. business Transportation Companr
lionorablo all
hint In
Rooms, SOcU to 1.00 per day; tl.50 to 6.00 per week.V. transactions perfectly and financially able to TRADe MARKS To Key West and Havana, via Port Tampa and Plant Steamship- Line.
D[eIGN. To Nova Scotia, Cape Dreton and Prince Edward Island, via Boston and C.anaifa,
D. SANCHEZ
Manager. carry ont any obligation made by their CO V BIGHT AC. Atlantic and Plant Steamship Hue for Halifax. llqivkesbury and Charlottestown.
firm. AMm Vt In ear '" .b.e'u/::..
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WEST I'ALJI In:.\all. WKBT Toledo& THAUX O. Wholesale Droll, .,...maa.._..t: n ,. ,rn.GyIa. oi.mi'tn..ll uWMU.U ..n lho tr..*,f hon''jnm P..nitMtrMiflrc i.nwMnt ... 15itJ'MM1DXI.1DS# : U JLC.JSXO3NT TIG: 3.TsT3:::
.. to all Summer Resorts will be placed on sale Jane hat
for
b.n. ir > "n r .mnuay.an"
WALDI, KIAX &: MAIIVI. Whole .r.F//h Mann c.:... .....>.
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.l1all's tyrl fauou natla t :::) ,: ......', |a U<. The PLANT SYSTEM Is the only line from Florida with through Sleeping-Car I
fHE SEMINOLE WEST PALM BEACH FLA. Service to the summer resort of Western North Carolina and the mountains of
Catarrh Cure Is taken Interns)lf
Scientific Jlmerican.MUNN& ,
acting directly on the blood and mucous Virginia. For Information a* to rates sleeping-car service etc., :write to'F. '

Under bfew Management. Open the Year Round. Excellence of surface of the system. Price Ve. perbottle. -I.trn.A Aen..nm.lr nr ..,fllnard.A w.NN.. I 7.n.er..t., ,'1';; M. Jolly, Division Paa.engerAgent.

3JJO day. Sold b.an druggists/ ; testimonials ift"::: r 134 West Bay St.. Astor Block Jacksonville, Flo.,
Cuisine a specialty Rates f:! :;O to per free. i Coo ;

Mrs. S. O. B. BURN' HAM, Manager. Hall's Family Pill are the best. i .._"11I r It..tyro....saurt B. W. Wrenn, Paa.eagerTr.maManager, Savannah Oa.









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BIRTHDAY, WEDDING JENNINGS-NOMINATED.The FROM ENGLAND TO AMERICA ROBBINS & GRAHAM Lesley & Motlow: -

...and... y
Nominee itorn on the) Shoulders ol Cheaper Cable Rates Itotweon the AboveCountrlM ,
Anniversary Presents. Jill. Friends.On AilvoimteU, by. .. British (Successor to LOSLEY RENAKER & CO.)

Friday' last, aftersnany. hours Member, of Parliament.In ...Ti/vw y O3tTEt... Brandies Rnms Gins and
< weary Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines Whiskies
Il r YOJw-{; nf roll calling, an occasional change; in a recent Issue of the London Sun ,
I he vote of some delegation was the signal day Special, John Ilennlker Heaton, Bottled Beers Ales and Stont. -
WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND
( cheers from the of
orb
JEWELERS, supporters Conservative member of Parliament, for
some candidate who was favored by the Canterbury devotes a long article to A First-class Line of Cigars. see Billiard and Pool Tables.
I JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.( UNITED STATES COUKTS.
I: fJ change./ Through the morning hours the advocacy of cheaper postal, and cable Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention ,given: to mall
and through; an afternoon tension It continued communications between Great Britain order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW Tltnsville '
ordurs.' Cash must accompany. your Fla.
:' 4 THE ANHEUSER BUSCH but In the evening, just before 11 and the United Ktaton. Starting with

I ,, o'clock the climax came, and William the statement that the British and "our ---. .---------- ----- -. .--- .- -- ---
H. Jennings; was nominated for the position trusty, well-beloved counlns" appaiently. Abstracts of Title
I Brewing Asso's.Vam"u. of Governor of Floilda. On the are destined together to shape the future INSURANCE. t Your FIRE
forty-first ballot the name of Dannette of mankind and control the Atlan Furnished to lands In Brovard: and Dade Property Against ,

II. Mays was withdrawn from the nice. tic ocean, he urges a reduction in cable _--,
ftt. Ix.nl. Hug and Itnttlod leaving the /light/ between Judge Jennings charges. Counties. LIGHTNING:: :: : i. O 5TO3Ij:: ::>1VES.
Jloer. and Mr, Milton. The forty-fourth and He argues that the war for American
' ,t.1, Mold' by Mo... Lesley' & Motlow last ballot resulted In the casting of lii); Independence was due to misunderstandings I represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Life
I TltuHVlllH, eia.j votes for the nominee and (If) for Mr. and that misunderstandings must Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
We have Hat of
H. I.. C'onou, Kin.By .. large Co. of Philadelphia Pa.
By Mr. Tucker Milton, whose supporters then moved occasionally up between the two Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety ,
j 31 r, W J. rmmaoniiKurt : crop
t 'M I'lerco, Fla. that the nomination of Judgo.Jennings branches of the Anglo-Sexou nice, unless For Rates Information, eto., call on or address'' CIIAS. S. SCIIUYLER
L 3 T ZED S
be made unanimous and thus ended one reforms allowing of an interchange of Tltusville Fla.

I: JOSEPH ZAPF of the moat memorable scenes In the thought at a minimum rate are carried ,
owned by ourselves and clients. Price
history of Florida. '!
Into effect Mr. Heaton Insists that the
After a peat little speech by Judge present methods. of electrical communication for unimproved lands? 3.00 to $100.0* RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE
INDIAN
'$' d Sole Agent. Italuey, the ADVOOATK: reporter noticed between Europe and the American .
that several delegates left their places per acre.
continent are a mockery to all but
'f 010] to (I21); !) Went Buy Street and crowded round the chair where the wealthy though electrical transmis FLA.Is .
f! t, Judge Jennings was seated by the Bide lions should be cheaper than postal rate: prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention

1t JACKSONVILLE, FLA. of former Chairman of the State Execu- He adds that two cables can practically WE have a few Residence Orange paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my. motto.

tive Committee W. A Haw Is. lie wan do the work of transmitting twenty mil Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable T. T. WETMORE Proprietor.EAST .
lifted to the shoulders\ of a dozen stalwart lion words annually, but ten cables are
Choice locations. Prices Reasonable.OFFICFB .
men and carried. the length of the kept idle, while the publfo Is paying -- -
t Wines,Llquore l>al) In the,midst of a mans of moving million dollars annually.
has ,of humanity, while the band played Dixie. He thinks that the two governments; COAST, MATTRESSFACTORY..
4 and Cigars. A committee of three Messrs. Clark TITUSVILLE
I Great Britain and the United States -. {
f Guaranteed Pure Palmer and Parkhill-then formally, notified could lay. the cables and do the work and MIAMI. I Mattresses from $2.00 up. Renovating. \ done on short notice. Housekeepers

t I Judge Jennings J of his nomination charging the public D,000:) pounds sterling are your mattresses bumpy If BO, they need Renovating.
tE Sold at reduced and CHfoiiud him to the pl.Uform. where / annually, with a profit of r.OOOO1"'lInelll ,() Mattresses returned the day.
price he made stirring speech to the au- sterling on the Investment in the East Coast Meat MarketG. same

I Imported dlencu. nbles.[ If these two governments' hang EAST COAST MATTRESS FACTORY, Tltusville, Fla.

Tokay Wlun, ThiH did not, however, end the session, back he trusts. and believes that the F. DUREN, Agent. -. .---
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from Italy.. for the Convention then took up the genius,: of Marconi will yet succeed lln :; -
1 Molectiiiu of other Candida for oflice. getting penny telegrams to America. S!!::'
John B. The lint place to bo tilled was that of c p:' :> c::.
Togni ----- ---- -- -
I Justice' of the Supreme Court Hon. -- ICE CREAM
Backache should never be neglected I I2 ,::::r.,
wI Metropolitan Saloon 123 Kiwi Day St Syd. L. Carter, if Alachua, nominated, It means kidney disorder which If allowed I. c:::> l ,

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.Wkolminle the present Incumbent, Judge Fraud It. 1 to run too long tray result iniiiight'sdisease tau
of Jackson This nomination
Carter county. ; diabetes or other serious &;::::I
3 4 mill Retell...... was seconded by lion. D. II. I>>
____ and often fatal complaints." Poley's Kid- -
'r h -- --- Campbell. of Columbia Judge Llddou, -
\ ; > Cure makes the kidneys, well. Take
HOTELS BOARDING HOUSES of .luck,on, and others." The mime of ney nothing else. 11., H. Wilson & Son. F E E 18:: :H.Sr
; Judge A C. lilouat, of Pensucola wax I ,A
presented by J.Kmmett Wolfe, of Eitcam- __
1, .. AND OTHERS bin, and was also seconded by several A THEATRICAL ,&;::::::::I r., rnp

speakers. Judge Carter received 11)74) ...AT... _

t votes on the first ballot and the name of Charles Jefferson, a son of Joe JdfTtir- TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

hU\ opponent being withdrawn he was son Rip Vim Winkle, was in Jacksonville -

i 1+ 1 chosen place by\ acclamation.The of /Secretary. of /State was on to/Sunday New York on his and! way wits from registered Uobeound rj?J1j'hllrco VhYM :r..AS_ :EeJJ'Oa.AED:: :' : & SON,

I taken Dr. John L.
next up Crawford at the Windsor Mr. Jefferson stated --
I I the present occupant of the office being that he and his father have Invested KILL YOUR MOCKING BIRD Box 212
WHY .
Jr yon want. Pnwli. and Salt water. bleb, Oyiterri, named by lIon. I). U. Fletcher', of Duval; largory In land at Hobo Sound, and have with| stale] food, when you can .
Green Tnrtlo.ete. !CO tort. II MKCfNWhole. and Judge ;M. L. Memhon of Oneeola TITU8VILLK FLOUIDA.
be called
planned a little village; to Jef- buy the Southern Home Mocking Bird
sale anllt tall KlttR and. <>j.t r Oompnny, foot presented Judge; J. II T. liynum, ofSuw.Ulnell
tursonvilla. It will be essentially anictors' Food fresh day at 2\0:\ )lb. sent
W Ootutn it,,.and City Market,Jacksonville, Fin.ttlO for the consideration of the every per ; .
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managers' village on the anywhere 100 extra to pay freight. -r--
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Crawford named
Convention. Mr. WAS banks of Indian River The
property -.c a u:
after the Unit ballot had Buffer from CHILLS & FEVER,
rrbo ,1.O"vol"y by acclamation bas been laid off In lots and portions of WHY
been partially completed.The \ it have been sold to Chauncey Alcott when you can get: a bottle of
position* of Attorney-General Thomas' Chill and Fever Tonic, guaran- ..SPECULA.TaON.: : :' .
1 WeNt flay St Jacksonville Gus Pltou, Harry Kennedy, Maro\ Claw
brought two names before the Convention teed to cure for SOc. I .
: and A. L. all theaw
Erlanger, prominent I
FINE that of the Hon. W. I I :
present officer
who named real managers, who Intend building WHY suffer from a splitting IIEADII Is the short road to WEALTH for the few, the broad road to ruin for ,
B. Lamar was by /Senator C.
j their winter homes there the Times- 11 1 cAn.
Wines and says ACHE when you get a bot
Liquors Cigars. B. I' I'khlll. of Esoambia; and Judge J. Union and Citizen.Mr tle of Thomas' Headache Cure that will I the MANY. It Is safe speculation to Invest In our... I
D. Willis, of Bradford county who wn Jefferson stated that both he and cure In short order for ,lOc. u I
.) Anheuser-Busch Extra Pale on Draught.Fine placed In nomination by 8. J. Hllburn, his father are iulatiiatud with Floilda you ...Sl:1: : <:> 08 an. OxYox-:: : .a...
II. R. THOMAS
i\\ Cold Lunch Served Dldly.I oJ Putnam After ono ballot Mr. WIIIU and (its climate, and expect to spend at I
appealed' and In a must graceful and el- Chemist Druggist. LA Villa Pharmacy. Mens' $1.2.1! to *I.BO.' Ladles'' 91.25; to $2.SO. I.
and
best Service
I The of a pleam'nt quiet leant nine months of each year at JetlerBonvllle. Jacksonville Fla.
I k _ort. JOHN F. MUNCH Mgr. Oquontaddress withdrew In favor ot Mr. They have practically deserted Misses' $1 to 91.IH) Childien'B 60o. tot91. 11
I (Lamar. This brought:; the latter to the Louisiana
their in for Florida
IM of plantation I FURNITURE, DRY GOODS AND .M.ATTINGS.t .
time, who expressed hU appreciation
f! and Intend
tit they to grew/ oranges extensively The Bicycle HospitalIs
"JUST FAR ENOUGH NORTH"KN.FOv the honoring words that had been ut- at. the Robe Sound estate.

.f. YOWL SU.MMICIIOUTINO AT.HOTEL tuied In his behalf. lie was then selected The fishing and hawIng around this t Chas. -Gardner, Titusville, Fla.P3rde JJ1i

III!! wr!; hv Declamation for the place.\ suction of Indian Hlvmcnnnot. be sur- where wheels of all descriptions are i

tl ""1 ,.r ..'. VICTORY, The lion. W. II. Reynolds, /State Com- passed and tnnny tt the most notable! repaired on the shortest notice at --

I I :.- ,;Iut,In-llaylDle tl'ollel'1114 not opposed, and lie was letiomlimted. men In the uoiiutry have lUlird' with Mr. moderate charges.
t''I'' 'Ii f; the Up-to-date wheels for hire at all times.DOWLING .
I', 100I.AKEICRlEO.. Jefferson near the pm| of new village.Mr. \ !
I Tli nomination of' the lIon. J. D.
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1 111 Tha World's Jefferson oleo spoke highly of the
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I wnrliotnl.. Cool lollRhefiil air,nnmiiliton, 1.ntce was unappoHud. the pant HXtntrx) Lad commented
I wire water, no miiHiiuluws+ ) i*<]oir, limiting' The lIon. W. N. /Sheets was re-nomin on the beautifully paved! streets the
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I I f jililng. bathing :iluuulng: : :, untatoriiim intotmtji ated Superintendent/ of Public In- shnda 1\11,1
magnificent trees pretty parks
(Innnwurablei large band, mill" nrolieHtxa. '
( Atructlon. This position culled fop two 'FLORIDA.
I ) It M wren lawn mirvloe. and' swine. inmiirpaHHBil" It | I -- --- GR OCERS.We
I .. ballots lu the 11 rut Mr. Sheets led with
,Nl't All white nnrvaiit llamii,J.WI( ti> *1)INII'or day, :. Dr. Ford's Dyspcptlulilo ex pells the .
ale(no to*:JA week cheap' family ,atoo.. Juna9w 131 votes, against 1\1\ r. McUoalh's U1J .Ln}
I : fc.>s,'t'". 15. "Beantili.l; fiiftlur. etc,, by mall. and Mr. Graham's (60}. On the second noxious germs from. the system absolutely -
"I I I'' ...Mre.. T. W. MoCraary, ilen'l Manager, nominated.For cures the disease and causes thestom.ich make ajSpeclal! Feature of our
ballot Shunts
.. Mr. was
7JI MimriMi lr nt. TiiLRlio,, Olllo
furnish blood for
l''' At.... June let 1'at-In-BnyOhio. the place of Commissioner Agriculture to healthy
t Mr. H. E McLIn received the I tissue and. nerve building Dr. Ford's & HATCHER, Mail Order
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I I' nomination. The present incumbent Is Despcpticlde thus differs from other 12 Laura street, Jacksonville.

; CANCER the Unn. L. B. Wombwell. This fight remedies. D. H. Wilson & Son.
i II' CURED at HO ME. continued through three ballots. MAINHARD '''BROS. Knowing how difficult it Is In some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES

I i, Nominations for member of the National : The Progressive Culture Club. CHEAP families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them tilled!
I NO KNIKH, NO PAIN. Democratic Committee being In I promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory.
i Bonil for free book. AililreM, order Leon county put In nomination her i The ladies of the above named club Gleaning and DyeingEstablishment We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida and hate

I : ''I Cancer San'+arlum, distinguished Judge: Kaney' who was met Monday a'ternoon with Miss\ Maude many articles not usually found in other and smaller bouses.
't ably and eloquently proposed and second Baldwin and after attending to the business 5ty- SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
I XHLLEVIEW, FLORIDA ed. Madison county in n splendid speech i of the occasion, spunt H very pleasant 1 j Newnan St., Clothing .
t from one of delegates nominated Col. theme Man.iger,: J. (H. Mast, of the cleaned, dyed repaired and presned. -- -- -- -- --- -- -

I" Frank Pope, of Jacksonville.\ Thl* nomInation Indian River hotel, has kindly donatedthe JACKSONVILLE FLA.
i- NEAR & TAYLOR was seconded by II. It. Archibald, use of his spacious pallor for th. Photo
of Duval (formerly of Brevnrd), who critIcized future meetings of this club, every Monday Supply Co.
severely but brielly, the platform afternoon, which la highly appreciated Tltu8vllle.Ialuulry. ..

; 1 I II Artesian WellCONTRACTORS adopted by the.convention, which he declared by the ladies. Mrs. Geo. Cook, of Titusville, la now
to be "a reckless destruction of
I prepared to do laundry work of every ..AgenT'" DEic4tiiiMii KIocljvJc Co.
the safeguard of the forefathers of 0
l The Dolphin Battling Club.
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P. description. All work guaranteed..
. .t t J I l American Democracy, a conversion of the
Leavo washing at G. F. Daren'scorner
your
democracy of 1I'IorldQ.lnto un oklarocracy, The above Is the name of a new bathIng store AOVOOATB, office. The only house in Florida devoting 1U time to the
j Eau Gallie opposite :
Fla.YirgmiaHomes
'1 1I and a usurpation of the prerogative of club just formed by the young ladies
f I the United States by making a declaration of TltiiKVllle, who will meet for exercise AMATEUR.OUR .
I I I of war upon a peacubla and friendly and swimming at the Indian River hotel The Gem Barber Shop. .
nation." Mr. Frank Clark also second- bath-house every Wednesday and Saturday SPECIALTY-Developing and Printing..
i// ed the nomination of Colonel Pope who afternoons. Some of the members Artistic Hair Cutting Shaving, Shampooing -
Give trial. No
us a trouble to
defel""Jby etc. Porcelain Bath Tubs with answer questions.
however after close light wan are said to be expert swimmer and .
Judge Kaney. divers, hence tuny are called "the Dol- i Electrical Baths attached. Everything 51 King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.KODAKS. .

All those who went from the East phins." They had their first meeting up-to-date. O. P. HUNTINOTOX Prop. -
l Iii Coast to Jacksonville to attend the Convention on Wednesday. 333; West Bay St, Jacksonville. --- -
You learn all about Virginia Lands, returned delighted with the

j it* resources, products, mode of cIIII courtesy shown them by the merchants. Don't throw away your money buying -If you are! In search of bargains, E. A. WADDELL
read the ADVOOATB columns carefully. ,
tivation prices, etc., by reading the and report a Brand time. patent medicines Dr. Vincent'* advice

I '"Irgluli"iUl1ler.. Send loots.j alone Is worth a gallon of 'cure all" Cosmopolital Real Estate Office
\ the most peculiar and Interest-
Btutl. Write him Jacksonville.OlffordIVnny. ,
for 3 months subscription to the at VISIT
I CHURCH NOTICES. ,Ing sight In America . .
"+ 1 I Farmer Co., Emporia Ye.I -

i 1, -- Archdeacon D. F. Drown will hold divine THE FLORIDA. BUREAU of INFORMATION for CITY of MIAMI

I For Sale. services on Sunday next In St. Ga- Miss Fanny M. Penny and Mr. }'.
I briel's church, Tltusville, at 11:00:( a. m. Chas. GI fiord were quietly married at Ostrich Farm Co. and Dado County in general. Loan and Collection Agency.

l p At Daytona, on the Halifax, six acres Also services at St. Mark'. church, Cocoa the home of the brldo's parent at Nathan .
{ .!>..... hammock laud cleared, fenced at 7:110:: p. m. on Thursday morning/ the 21st ins Agent for the valuableTU"rTLESTATEland located at Ft. Lauderdale

and partly sol with orange; tree.100.\ Hardeevllle\ and City Point.-The The Kev. J. F. Leatherman of Wabasso JUlIandale, r'ulford. Ojus, Biscayne, Little River Miami, Cocoanut Grove
,1. OB.-half cash, baUuce S cent.Address pastor the JACKSONVILLE. and Cutler also the Estate besldell
At of
per performed the ceremony. noon ; Da. CUTLER, desirable water
A. C. Slrdetleld, '11'111. 1>. V., preach many
\ : j next :Sabbath at Hardeevllle at 10 o'clock bridal party left on the steamer Silver fronts; Fruit; and Vegetable Lands of all sizes on East Coast and chain of
I I l 2J COURTLANO:> IHlCKMAN: a. m. and at City Point at S I p. m. Sabbath King for Eau Gallie, and thence for their Keys to Key West. Orange and Phosphate lands 6n West Coast.
1 : Hogan d., Jacksonville Fla. All future home at Vera The ADVOCATE
F :School: at City Point at 3 p. m.
; are Invited to attend.A joins In hearty congratulation sa.. For Correspondence enclose stamps. Agent for

TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. ARMOUR 4 CO. Fertilizers\
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When writing advertiser, please Chicago AIRMOTER WIND MILLS, ChicagoAvenue
--- Night of Terror. mention the ADVOCATE. D, over Dank, MIAMI. FLORIDA.
f The following are the times of arrival -
) "Awful anxiety was felt for the widowof -
1 departure of passenger train to and
from Titusville: the brave Gen. Burnliam of Machlas: ANNOUNCEMENTS. ESTABLISHED 1876W .
ile., when th*. doctors said abe could t -
Tltuevllle eovTiinouno.iMMree for Miami. .anil I IIntermediate not )live tilt( morning,: writes Mrs. S. II. All political announcement under this
I point I I a&1'010\ p.m Lincoln, who attended her that fearful heading will be charged for at the unI- : .4.. EO-o-eS az CO-

j BOHTHnOOD.Leave a night. "AIl thought ahe must Boon tile form rate of $;.1 each, strictly advance. .
Tltmvllle for J",nk ooYill from pneumonia, but she begged,: for Dr.
? and Intermediate. polou I)I..u 176: P olD King' New Discovery, saving It had FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY.To GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS

M Tltuaville for flanford a TOO: a.m more than once saved her life, and cured
ArrlTe Tltuavllto from Banford \\15:\ p.Ol her of consumption. After three) small the voters of Brevard County 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

doses she slept easily all night; and Its I hereby a1 pounce myself a* a candidate -
Nearly too r1m ntJo birds landing S to 1O frat. We handle
J i If In poor health consult Dr. Vincent, further UM completely cured her." This for Prosecuting Attorney for the bl.h. w.lKbin: ,sao to...n pound ....,b. Ostrich Corn Oat, 0017 the beat and most reliable Seeda. A complete tock of sad
llohawk building, Jacksonville, Fla. marvelous medicine Is guaranteed to County of Brevard subject] to the action eggs, ostrich alttlnc and baby. ostriches dark, Flour Bran, Wheat, Grit&, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright
cur all throat, chest and lung diseases. .of the Democratic County Convention.If lust bac.obed.. at wholeaa1e. State agents for T1gen-Alleo FertlUur Ca

Cy- notice ads this page Only 50o and '1. Trial bottle free at B. I am nominated and elected,I shall do OniilM all"oort about. Tleltora the Ilk.through.., tb.lrin the.ett t&nll., hablu explaining -, Bons!star! Nltras.Brand I r.rtiU.sts-Coaruit.W Soda! Murtats. 01 An.tri..Oranae. tree and VsRetabts TMn/rr FanOros M'
Potash. Sulphate
ID are tire cent per Una per week. U. Wilson .fc Son' ding store : my doty. JAMES E. AJCDBEWS. pluni.e. .\0' ....-r... then arks,sad a trial Will_yl_.Potash BeDel for Ratak Cawoca.. .to.f.These... ,.rttlr.;." aA

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