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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 7, 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: UF00075918:00088
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS -Mr. E. L. Brady after upending: a Judge D. I.. Gaulden left. ) K
few days at Miami returned home Tuesday Judge Isaac A. Stewart of ItaLnnd) DEMOCRATIC
bun- for SPEAKING.
And Topic of General Interest. day. day.Jacksonville returning hero Thurs spent, on Tuesday law busJnosH.Mr. and Wednesday. In TIMisvllle AMONG THE- HOTELS. { {

-Mr. I'orson Paddison after ..,. .IIt" ........1111(. and Cnniir'ssinan! Hatl ;
spend -Mr. S. N. Gladwln Whore' *
: after sojourning IIugh II. nun you going this summer
Society And General lug a couple of dajs In Atlanta, returned In Jacksonville for several days returned Jacksonville's Richardson ono of Talk to the Cltlson* nl Tat.....m... Road hotel ads on our 7th page t
Gossip In Connection to Eau Gallic, Friday lust )piinripal railroad with Biscay llay, Lake "Worth Indian here Wednesday. has returned from his trip through thu On Wi>dn
Banana end Halifax: JUw....., Key Wi>stand -Dr. W. L. Hughlctb one of Cocoa's AT COST. Commencing on Tuesday northern states. house, Ttlusvlllu' was tlllodto Its upmostcapacity tho best hotels tu Now York city. I
all other Important Point .. most popular citizens attended tho next our entire stock of with rltl/ens of Tltusvlllo and,
along tlKast > speaking at the French's -Rev. l':. V. UlAckmnn, of Miami left' Wlioro to .stop along tho East
Coast. of Florida. Uriel mention of Opera House Wednes Perfumes. {WII.SOSos, -. Jacksonville rounding: country, to hoar Judge! Jennings Coast. ,
I Interesting Event from Various Parta day night Wednesday, on board. tho / and ttangrotiHiuaii Davis express Soo list of hotel) ou 7th pogo/
-Mr. W. J. Tucker of )Fort Pierce, steamer Irotjuols bound for Now York their views on tho Issues of thu '
of the
World About Miss piosuntcampaign. It has; been rumored that
) People You K..owaa,1 Susie Gladwln, who has been has the thanks Mr. Blackman to be tho Flag-
of the ADVOCATE expects about r t
for away :
People You Don't Know )'Ickedup .spending the past two weeks with Miss crate of delicious a six weeks : lor nnd Plant hotel ...ystcrn.vlll soon. bo t r ,
' pineapple" Judge'" W. S. Democraticnonilneo
\ by Our Society Editor and a 1rg..I..II Halllrtay at Coronado Beach returned Jennings eonsollilateil.. 1
,j of CorrfM4|>iiu Coast of Florda.THE :Stuart, Tuesday, niter spending! u week arrived bumo'l'uesd.iy, from tint Everglades : "> I K. "-. ,)D.ivlx, lcinociiitle iioiultioo for Wh>r6 to stop In 1't.IIKvlllel'! Soo Tltusvlllo .

enjoyable dunce wns /given by the with her parents LuGinnge.Messrs. wlit-rn h" has been I taking I I tlio io-electli. >n to CongiosH HI lived from hotel and houidlug houso ads onour ,
l ADVOCATE TltiiKvllle "clalclub\ In Jlio Opera house census of lilt Indians, fur the past two West Palm Ill! Ich at' :Ui I :: :5\ {Wednesday 71 1 h huge [

[ $1.50 Tuesday evening In honor of the Misses. l E. C. Walker and R. O. Har or till 00 weejis. afternoon, accompanied! by ])1'V.. I I.. fro Itovnl Polnclaim Hotel at I'alm
, per annum. In advance. Alice and Beatrice Sunders of dee, Sebimtinn/ were In town this Hiighlett of chairman\ i
1.00 six montha.to Indliiuola. -The ''' of tho lleueli/ will open for I the season of llHN-'(
week of .
guests Mis. Dolsner's
attending to some busiueHS. boardIng Dcmoeriillo
<< lOxecuilvo: '
t'onnty Com IIIlt.
2.00 Messrs. R. TI 01) ou )'\I'ulI1b"r.h'.l./ .
per an. to foreign countries. Seymour and M. L. Mer- hoiiso gave nn Icu 1"'I'lmlli.'I..1, .
tutu They the
were mot at
I shon two prominent attorneys of Kissimmee -Mr. K. ll. Kaulersou, of the firm of Tuesday night: Muslo was ono of the committee of Tltusvlllu's 1"1111&1'11",11(111 station by a Tha }Duval hotel, Jacksonville' under
Note date of expiration were in town this week, attending Raiilorson & Ilemlry wholesale. meat features of the evening mid 1 all the of that
miiinnfenicnt well-known
piloted upon dealers Foil Pleico I.'nJoyeatthomKt.lvl's HlHtlng of Mayor A. l n. J Penney, J. C. and 1
to law ,
your paper or wrapper every week. This Jones. ttoino matteis before Judge week. was In town this very much, Joss" and J. It. "Walker who escorted. jt'lIIIIIIl'utll\IIIUn, 51 I r. B, {V, Sperry lusts j ti
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is a receipt for your money. No need -Mrs. W. R. C'opeland who has been thorn to the Indian\ Klvvr !Hotel. bona cluing it good: buslnesM and l la still '

for us to .send receipt for subscription. -Mr. O. P. Havens the noted photoginplirr -Col. E. O. Morgan one of the cattle here for several mouths ,with her hus At 8 ,,o'clock, the tlmo announced for keeping up Its reputation./

The date gives I It to you. of p"lot' ida, haM returned to Jacksonville kings of South Florida, hast'" been In Tampa band l. who Is conductor on the TitusvllleSanfiMd the. orators to appear on the st ngo! the Tho Arlington Hotel I'etoskey Midi. '

When you subscribe for the ADVO- from New Yolk where ho went this week overseeing n shipment of branch >>f the F. F. C. Ry., house was packed nearly half the nil* under I tlio tnaiingompnt of Air. :S. II., :

CATK by the year It does not coot, you several weeks ago; to be treated in one cattle to Cuba. left, yesterday for !St. .\ 1IItIiIltlnl'1r. Hence being ladles. While Iho Indian Peck, nf I ho I'liuu) hotel' Roeklodga ,I

three cents per week postage Included. of the hospital in that city. -Mr. and Mia. C. :S. Schuyler, and lit. ( sad Mrs. S. Graham who Ulvor Band. played a patiloilo" air, Judge( Kla." will bo kept open until bits In Sop-

TUB!: EAST COAST -Mr. F. M. tIe daughter, left here, Wednesday for man- Jennings and Captain Davis entered tlio h'mlll'r. for the special. accommodation
ADVOCATE is on Ironmonger jr., and! wife Rite the lintel HlHcajne, at Miami hull amid .
.sale the left this New York state, where will 101l1Inppl.IIIK!) from Ilielr admirers. of hay fever subjects
at following news-stands at five week for different northern 1'esorts they spend vlnternnd 1111',1.011111 Cub, chluticlerk .
,
Mayor Penney pivslded
.cent.-- n"-. "nnv ., to spend the month of September. about two months. ore expected I to arm Ivs In Miami, shortly, mooting, and 1 did It In 1vt'ry ciedlta-ovurthe Manager Chits A. Morrltt of Hotel I
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Tltusvllle 14 D'. R. Wilson & Son. Ir. ironmonger.is the Florida passenger -Mr. Barnes Sanders', of Indlanola, to set their hotel la readiness. for the bit manner. Hat hli u u, Jacksonville, left, on Sunday.

J. B. Screven. agent of the Clyde line. Man In town, this week Hud attended the winter season.Mrs. The iirsi speaker ur. 'V. i-. IIIIKIHOII/ nlICht. IIn a bl..lne... biD to New Ynrk.MiK. .

Jacksonville" -Kathbun hotel, -Mr. Frank E. Bond of the Bond Lum- Democratic speaking the Opera house A. S. Humph lies, of Indlanola was Introduced 1 by the Major', who said Mcrrltt has taken hlllila'e-tth; 1

Windsor hotel ber Co., was In town the latter part of Wednesday evening.! who has been, spenulnir the summer in that thu )Doctor was too well known much credit. this week. assisted by that r

Duval hotel last week looking after his lumber bus -Mr. D. L. Alderman of Fort Pierce Columbus O, stopped over here-yester throughout the county: to need any words well known hotel elol'k. Mr. T, F. Hunter.Mr. ,

Incas, which' in under the management of one of our cattle kings; and lulu son, have day, on her return homo, to visit her from him. Dr. Ii agluttiosondud/, amid 'r. W MoCroury, manager of the r
!Ir-;:; Reading notice ads are ten cents Mr. S. G. Vatilandingham. been spending a few days at the Indian husband who Is employed on the new prolonged applause' nnd eI" I vel'olavttl.y Hotel Victory Put-ln-Bay' Ohio has thl. A
per line on this page. -Mr. Julius I Kline" left here River hotel, this week. school building.It ublu nd Saturday
-Ex-M ayor Wm. Treutler Eau Gallic for Jacksonville, where he took the Postmaster R. C. Scrlmgeour of this was rumored yesterday. that tbo dlsllngiilsbiMl. and limtlly. speakers the meiltsof who should tho two fallow l. from lending the railroad mon of the country {
was In town the latter part of last week. Clyde steamship Comanche for New left magnltlclent upon highly iiioinmsful' manner
place
on Tuesday, for :St. Augus ocean pier at Palm Beach him. In which ho has this .'
managed mammoth
-Mr. Chas. Crabb drove up from Cocoa York on a visit to bill wife and baby tine where he will go to tile hospital to which wan built at an Immenso cost The next speaker was Introduced. by hotel.

the first of the week, to spend a few and to buy his fall stock of goods. receive medical attention. by the Florida East Coast Ky., .several the chad man who spoke of the high ,I

days. -Mr. Chute II. Walton editor and pro- Major l E. W. Peabody the high ago: has boon demolished, by the esteem III which, our next Governor I.11 The season with the Mount Pleasant '
'letoi of popular winds dining the past week. held l the )House, In the Whlta !Mountains
Mrs. Carrie pi] the ADVOCATE, left here Fri traveling representative of the Times-. by Ie..ple of "'lurl position- of clerk Osban In Kline's IK holding the day last for Jacksonville where he will I Union and Citizen was a guest of the -Dr.' Ralph E. Smith one of Jackson I liethrough MalI. : "The same blood nourso lass to extend until this last of Septem
store during take the his velnll doe. bur, wilt very little cessation. In the
Clvde
his absence.Mr. steamship, Sunday next, Indian River hotel Wednesday. mid ville's notnd) physicians, ban tinned as through thoseof
for New Turk, from which city he Thuisday home from the White Mountains and hula illustrou kinsman, the next President amount o*biisfness. a*, sluice tho advent;

J. L. Wilson of Cocoa, has been goes to the White Mountains.Mrs. other noted resoits. While\ Its of the United States, William Jennings of golf there I I.*a groat demand for room

assisting the Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Scrim- L. C. -Mr. Chas.. K. Sorjeantson formerly 'Smith spent huge pint of Ills away time In Bryan.pplauso.( .) I nilw have In the nulii/nn. This house I I. under the
geourln the postoffice this week. Branning returned here of Ilube bound has sold out bis luten lit duo hospitals of New York and Philadel the pleasure, prlvlltidge nnd honor of iimnuK, /( ni \nt of l\hI\ Sunday much to the
pleasure of her In the photographic business lu Nashville Introducing the Hon. William S. Jennings l'I'I'pl of Hotel Ormond.Doilgo .
Master Geo. W. Scobie spent from husband and friends. Mrs. Branning hall Tenn. nud has phia.
this week, been so of Hernutido' county."
Friday until Sunday with his parents at been visiting\ in Jacksonville mid Savannah journing at Seubree/.e, Fla. -The first of September started in Judge Jennings was reed l vod with much A Culluns, proprietor of the k
this place when he returned for the past month \Vlndsc" Hotel, Jacksonville. Are oonstantly -
to Grant. receiving medical with cool woather, and If ha* been blustering applause from all over (lie house. Ifs
-Dr. W. F. } making
and Yoonm the genial and new
treatment now looks in Improvements at
-Mr. L. Moreton Murray, representing health. splendid popular piesldvnt the Florida. Stale I"RIII.i; with plenty of in ever ..11IC'l. poke upon] thosubjuuis of taxation tho their IIOIIHO, This Interior decoration
Marx Bros. of by a storm In the vicinity of the !State convict system public school' .
Jacksonville went College of Agriculture and Mechanical system and Improvements' to the ofllca are already & ;
south on Monday In the Interest of his -Dr. and Mrs. F. II. Ilonghton/ who Arts was among the prominent West Indl('". No damage! has" been done defended the Mute !Board of Health under while marble i
firm. are now sojourning Hotel !guestsof to any bouts In our harbor n* they have sudml! tiling
Ht Victory Hotel Ratbbuu Jacksonville, on Mon vucutednddllionelSai>clime Court will replace tlio, brick/ sidewalk Aulmar.
-Mr. Robert Piit-ln-Bay. Ohio me exported to lelnrn day; been all .safely nncluirod. "h,,' orange Judges' for Florid, which subjects he bio .steps' placed at the front entrance j
R. Taylor one of Miami's to West Palm, Beach trees will not sutler much, If dam- handled In
about November :DO, any a masterly manner At the Mr. II. L, Howard, tho genial
leading legal lights spent from Friday whore the doctor will resume his dental -Mr, E. J. Seymour returned hero ago, outset of Ills speech, tlio Judga/ said ho predicts the manager,

List business.Mr." until. Sunday in town, on some law practice. They are having a fine time Tuesday, from Jacksonville and SI AngUHtlne -Mr. Geo. K. Paildlson! the largo Inmt wished to .set the mutter straight about prosperous one com Ing season as a nines
so hoar. whera lie bus been looking utter hll iirut. Mr. i
we t>.. dunler of Eau (iallie, piiHxod through Bryan bsingrelntetl. "If Mr.
F. D. Hughes, who spends his Mr. J. II. Chenttiam the Interests of the McFurluud Fault hero, yesterday nn Ids to Point llryun Is elvcted, Piosldont) said I Ilia Keeent arrivals at the Indian River ho-, I
winters on the East Coast lies returnedto of Miami, Protection Company, during the past Call well. N, C., where ho way will Judge/ "11\111" cousin of Mr. Bryan; but tet, Tltusvllle: S. F. Glbbs, Melbourne; .'
Florida from New York, aud is located on stopped a visit over to at this nnd place )Friday III..t. two weeks days bufoie proceading/ to New IIIen.l"rew York If hn should bo defeated. I. then he U "a W, .K. Hlioiman' /Savannah ; It. E. bums,
I Capt. Mrs Jal<. Pritch- cousin of mine" Dona venture; Prof. J, II.'I'UIIII/ DoVoa
at Daytona.Mrs. Judge Jennlng alsocuurparod ,
.
-Now that the on business. Hu
Is was Joined thin
nrd and family. Mr. Cheathnm' summer over, the nt place ,'
was on I SuriiH! ( .
tlio two r"rt"nl.Iall.; W. Upshaw Uultl
Geo. M. .:ilobblns who has been his way from Jacksonville to Miami for tide of travel will turn south And business by Master Rufus RobbliiH, who goes with dldates Stevenson vlcf-l'rosldentlal and oun- moro; Miss Klliuboth! !Hopkins Tlllniau,
ill for which ho left among the hotvlit and I business with him to Point Call well to visit his Rtmuvolt saying ;
the past two weeks. In rapidly, recovering place Sunday being much many we wanted II, L. Alduriiiun and sun. Fort Pierce
a man III tho
and will soon be able to be out, 1 pleased with Tltusvllle and Its attractions. firms will be unusually brisk asmany i grandparents. 1111'. and Mrs. H. I'. 1'11<1.11.on. I honI'&l111' lioatt., and not one plucn with with only IL a .JlIllCe M. I.. IIlerlihun. U., II. Mtlvmn.. ....; t
which Is gratifying to her many friends. I tourists are exDocted: on the Kant I : Khslmmew It. 11. (Gltcholst j --
Coast this coming 80"-IIOU. -- ------ cocked hat and big spurs. lie wn In- ; ,1. 11. !
-Mr. Chas. A. Morrltt manager of the -Mr. Chas. F. Cox, who'Is quite well terruptoil' several time by loud applause. Oulenbiioli, Pblladnlphlill, K. J. Heymoiir
R.vthbun hotel Jacksonville left, the known up and down the- East Coast of -The John U. Stetson University, at r-lnblnrr At Tltnsvllle. The Judge closed, urging Democrats Jacksonville; Abo Xacurla*, F. A. Strali-!

first of the week for New York city and Florida, has t ,ken the management: of DeLund one of the best educational Instil to vote the straight Democratic ticket, an, Ml ins' W. R. Copeland. and wife, ,,
Albany. lie expects to return home Swift & Co' interest at Jacksonville. .utlona In the south, will open October Fishing from the Indian. River Hotel I I National State: and County. Fla. ; A. II. Stewart, Atlanta; Judge' I. f
next week. Ir. Cox's many friends will be pleased :2ud. The law .school opens October dock' still' continue to be successful.Mr .. After the bund had rendered Another A. Stewart, DuLand) ; II..... 1Y. S, Jen- I

to hear of his new position. He Is un 3rd. Catalogues: will be .sent IIn requestof *. I. C. Ilinnnlng onnglit the largest I i of Its nuleotloim' Mayor Penney Intro nliigs llrooksvllla; E. W. Penbody,
-Miss Fannie C. Carter of Pulaskl 'enterprising and upright young man, John F, Forbes, president DoLmid. tiiiut durinir the past week, and her hus duced: "olio who I Is known to every voter Tlmrs-Union. and Cltl/cn; Dr W. L.

Tenn., arrived la town /Sunday. Miss and we wish. him every success -The MiMe Alice and Beatrice band our obliging/ East Coast Ry. agent,,, of the Second Congressional: {Dlstilet of llughlett CiM-oa, ; Hon. IU>bt. W. "I&vle. {
Carter will leach the Cocoa-Hock: ledge after week's SandeiH caught the next Inigest./ The strong' Fiodda amid one who has ilonu much for I'ulatku; K. II. ICaulerson, Fort Pierce;
school the coming term, fur which place Woik has been progressing rather tialllu, unit Beside a visit with the Misses winds of the last few day did not Inter. the development of "Florida and who J. M, \\'team, Turnbull; A. U /Sterrretl

she leaves to-day. slowly un the: building to be used by Mr. home at Indlauoln Hall returned to their fern with the ailort will do moi fur her In the fuiuiw-the (Savannah ) G. M. Iloldun, Seaboard Air .

Messrs. Jno. II. Sams. Courtenay; S. front K. L. not Motlow having on arrived account until of this the week.Iron two bright and, charming today. young Theseare .- ----.--- lion. Hubert W, Davis, of J'uUtka.. S.Line; !Robt.Fla.Singleton: Mini; Judge M. tj
Jonas
F. Oibbs Melbourne and R. E. Mima ladles and A "Our Bob" came to the platform nild
This building Is! one story; to be coven d are always welcome visitor LIusM.eraa.The i
Bonaventure, were In town, the first of with corrugated Iron and finished Inside to '1'ltusvllle luud applause, which lasted several) minute Golf nt the Mt. pleasant houso ha
the week attending/ the monthly meeting with plaster and celled *. He first spoke of the worth of our taken on now life .since this arrival ot ;
of the School Hoard.Mrs. overhead. Mr. -Mrl. George Alrd, of Mance street, steamship Cocoa Captain) Mun- next Governor then of the "Democratic the HrltUh, golf i
Decker expects: 16 have It /finished sometime Motitieal. Canada on Sunday, Aug./ 6th, on, arrived In port at May port from candidate for President and vice.l'rsst| champion Taylor last ;
Friday when ha
Geo.; Gingrass and little this month.Dr. her New York Sunday. The Cocoa broughtflown received A warm welcome -
baby presented husband with a line /fill I dent l also' touching upon President MoKlnley by the )IC. ,
ompanled> by Miss Maude that the All 1\ cargo l\IK'ton.) of steel l rail. Pleasant golf club Ou
Uardee IlarwooM tipped scales and
Huntington, who has at ten pounds. Twldy Kosevelt, a* "the man .
passed through here on Saturday last, spent several winters on the East Const Mother and child Are doing well. Mr. for the Klorlda" East: Coast Railway that who charged: up San Juan Hill, aDd then over Saturday the morning Taylor the a practice game
course
en route to their home at noc k ledge. of Florida, has just returned from a trip Abel Is a sister of Mr. D. A. Campbell will be used] on the main line of the road charged/ down again." Ha also spoke, Darragh Dodd and against best ball of
They have been spending some tlne at ''tullt progressive south of Tltu vllle, where user lift miles the Reyburn, amateur,
tr> Europe on the steamship Kaiser roofing merchant of upon questions of Impeilallsm the who member of
are the club
fin the
Newberne N. C. Wilhelm de Gross where he spent three Jacksonville.A of Dew and hearer rails will be placed in War Revenue Tax, the I'urto Itlc', and second round Taylor, inuda a :IKI
one
position Immediately.' This Is
-We call attention to the advertisement months collecting evidence for a lawsuit very Interesting meeting of the seventh cargo of rail that luau been the I'hillplne questions., and the Inconsistency greater than Vrilon's record. Saturday
of Mrs. Julia U. Gray's boarding case. While away, the doctor visited Tltiisvllle. Progressive Culture club was for till. road wltblo the received of the Republican party. Captain afternoon the first regular match WM

house on our 7th page. This In one of England France Germany Austria held at the Indian River hotel, last Monday mouth*.-Times-Union and Cltlsen pant two hi Davis. kilt! several anecdote to Illustrate rayed between' the champion and I the ,
the and Switzerland. point, and kept hi. hearer either best ball
,
root pleasant boarding houses In afternoon. The ladles are now I of I Instructor Charlie Thorn and
town and those visiting Tllusville will -Ona of the many line buildings\ which Hulling the lives and work of the iiKhlng/ or applauding half of the time. Archibald Graham of I>Patterson N. J. .J

do well to stop there. now adorns our town. Is the new school p.esIn( connection wltb the study of CHURCH NOTICES. "Now fellow citizen, we coma to theused Taylor was' .defeated 1 down In 18 haler, 4
Florida history William Important question to my mind, of H u play I well
-We received this week the first Issue house which Is handsome and commode Cullen Bryant this during the tint round,

{ of_.the Rraidentown. Herald. owned. and :inlnlle ious! .I.o.-\: : ry.respect. The.walla on the next will\ bft Monday the pout afternoon.discussed at the meeting Services In the Presbyterian church on the campslgn minds ;of one one which half the lies voter heavily of wa making defentitd a. :.11, bat by Thorn In the second who mode round the ha |
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!,'ulke IH HIV UUIIUIIJM{ are p.ire 'idl, and next MnnilaT follows. and
maoagea an
oy alesan.gnu.rc.uu : Sunday school 'Iurldat one which should not Imorerlooked.
course In HI
the latter at oDe time being foreman of celled oveihond. The building In artistically -Mrs. M. N. Martin I 1. expected: to at 11: !.> a. m., preaching/ at 7aO p. in., That question) U: Who will very hole,. equaling/the the bent ball at I'

the ADVOCATE. The Herald in bright painted and the contiactor Mr. L. pas through (here tomorrowiaturdaj( ) J. A. Hughe, pastor be your representative In Congress for were iuperlj In almost champion'* drive :
and and wish It continued R. Decker deserves much praise for the en route to Point the every Instance,
newsy, we City where she goes next: two years Will you end ma while (
Archdeacon B. F. Gmham' drive
manner In which he ha built Brown will hold 1 dl- were extraordinary
success. it. to sue her track? '
orange grove which I I. In ez- vlna service (Answers of ye., from All part for ao aniMtuer. Thorn's
on Sunday In 1st Gabrlel'schurch. Iron shot
-Mrs. C. F. Latham, of Grant who Is cell' nt condition. Mrs. Martin has madea of the hou......) Now. seriously, gentle >
-Dr. W. S. Graham one of )Miami'smost Tltusvllle, at H a. m., awl at : were very brilliant especially In ,the!
I stopping at the Ward. house reportedto long journey coming from Florence i St. M ark's men; just examine. tie V..olCrelllllonnl'CecorI second round.
prominent citizens was! a passenger Cocoa at 7.W:: m.
I on last Saturday's southbound train the police, yesterday, that she dropped Italy, by way of London, England and p. an.llf you find that I have ou*( I;

( for Miami.\ The Doctor: Ie will be r..- a pocketbook containing In one of the New York. Mrs. Martin think Indian ney. Dr. C. A. Fulwood. 1'. E., Jackson a vote or uttered a word In Congress
Jmembered, left the metropolis of Dade Bay street drug stores, and Baked the as River I I. the moatbeautlful.poton earth. vi\lie district, M. E. Church /South against the Interest of our fair State: J'"rdwoodhcII." i.
for Cuba about month sistance the police In finding It. la Her daughter Miss Minnie U still sojourning will hold 3rd Quarterly Conference of and the free, liberty-loving American -
county a
{from which place Ie went to New York ago, addition to the money, a round-trip ticket In Ilal,. Mrs. Martin expect Tltaavllle charge at Mime, Msturdaymorning people, don't sand me back. Judge me Pure oak ; guaranteed best ou market, >
to return to Europe about the llh and preach th by the record I have. at lowest price uneijualed' for
{Philadelphia and other for his to Grant from this city wa. also In of "r Sunday at made. ; use on
health. Ha I looking well places and we judgehe the pocketbovk.-Tlmes-Uoion Citizen. this month. 10-W: a. m., and at TltiMvlllaat. 7t: \ ) p. Just a* Capt. Davl took Mil neat. the tree or vegetable .Aol
| has little In daring m. All are cordially Invited Rev. J. band struck up that air beloved' by every J. W. WAH.tKB '
gained
a avoirdupois ty Anybody who wishes new rubber E. Ulckler: the pastor will true (Southerner Dlxla 4U\ IVttcbtree St. Atlanta Ga.
his absence. tutee for their filter have lie KM of Your IU,.. 1 gu to Cocoa: mld round 1 1
may same by
for the alter
all round
o.ual. Sunday service there of applause for the one and ------- .
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GASOLINE ENGINES. II. remitting 25 cent to Claude C.: Walton, morning and evening only "Bob" !Ja.I..
USTRATICD: !: Prof. J. D. MJcDonnell of The chairman then' Toil riots
Little
River
Titusville FU.Pinehpple |
older free. Address W. P. UJ(DEBWOOI, I will\ treat of dUmlased the meeting, and the bands. :. -

ROllO land, Fla.Clyde without knife surgeon anyone or medicine,eue.for Wanted to Hell of our Congressman and next: Governor Coming to Tallahassee Florida, should Ff'(

I p Plant for Sale. five dollars a month by the Wvltmer wore shaken by many of their friend, not fall to step at the St. James Hotel h
,' including nearly all of the ldle In the for home and
comfort. and
treatment Prof. MacDonnell Cheap rate f
Une.
a graduate ,
Steamship
A flrit-clas hotel I at Tallab** v Flo.; udlenca. flrst-cla
Red Spanish Porto Rico Abakka fare.
of the Weltmer i
Queens, Sugar .Loaf Write for price., i Mo., and has now College a hundred of Nevada and one that I.I doing II tlrst-cla*) business. Judge Jennings and Capt Davis) left _. v

'' Ticket and reservation via the Clydeteam.hlp stating kind and quantities wanted; now long the East Coast. Under rtlenta a good investment for right man. yesterday for Dayton, where they Kl- "THE: BIO DRUG STOKE" Heflley
The only reason for selling I I. that I dressed ,
Line can be secured of Chas. ready for delivery. ment Prof. ama the citizen of that place.When .
MacDoanell Pharmacy and Ocean
will stay
treat and widow and wish to out of buslnea streets, Jacksonville : +
B. /10 -
Walton at the ADVOCATE: office, TI. 0. K. WOOD -
absolutely guarantee to ear soy disease Urn f. R. LAMB JI'1a. Do not forget the . anUIe. jul-2m htnart, Fla. with whlcb humanity I.I afflicted St. Jame. Hotel TalUhaaaaa Fla. wilting .sdvertlitor, plaa : **: Geo. Hughe.' old and rellabla
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mention the
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Jj NOTICE.Notice I ? ::::6erJC.: : : "'ll.d.a OriioiSeed.:: : _
OWNER 1 DESCRIPTION. I I'I.I llIt j 1 j I I !;


18 hereby /given that the following/ land will be sold at Public Auction Genuine Imported Tennerlffe stock(no cheap California seed). Best of testimonials
on the 1st day of (October A. 1). 19110 at the Town Council door at TitusyIDe L Lo'kard..North % of West ft of block L. .. 3 22s:! 33e:: 225 from large planters. White and Red 20o per ounce $3 per lb.,
Jo'la.. In the County of Brevard or'1) much thereof alt will be necessary to Mrs J T Price. . North > lots I and 2, described indeed postpaid ready October 1st. Onion Sets Bermuda, ready now. White
pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite to the same, together with book LU) page 53: Went subdivision and ned 3Sa quart postpaid $4.75 per bushel Also White Potato Yellow
costs of such] sale and advertllllrlg.OWNEH. of block 4. . . . 3 22s 3,;e 553/ Egyptian Top Silverskln and Red, send for prices. Florida Rye $2.40: per
W 11 Knox. . . .Kast: % lot 1, East sub-division of bushel. Georgia Bye. *LfiO bushel. Florida 00 day Oats OOcts/
. . . . 3 22s 35e / per per
2 M
block 4. .
bushel. Texas Rust Proof Oats /50cts bushel
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I CJUPTlON. 1 g 1 f I 111 I w a gi JaneEIJrady..J.ot page/ 2,110 described East subdivision indeed book ofI J Send for price list, of all per kinds of seeds

I llm-k 4. . . . . . .. 3 22s 35e 28.1 5 L. CAMERON. Seedsman
i M Goldllmlth. . Part West of Southeast 3 deaeribed Jane E Brady . Lot described, In deed book J
In deed, book "c" page 383. 3.1 2s 3e. : 48 $5.61 age 110, East! sub-division of 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE FLA.

11 ; M E Key. . . . Part Houthwl'Rt t/ of Southt'aRt U lock 4. . . . . . .. 3 22s 33e:; 2 8.1: --'--'- ----". ..
' described In deed book "Y," page/ M E Key. . . .:North} being/ lot 1 described in GEORGE MARL JOHN MARX.
Tila 316. . . . 33 218 31Se 6 1.9 deed book Y page 316, block 5. 3 22s 35e: 21)J:
C1IWatson..Southeustcornerof'block IlIce'aaddltion I Sheffield Land & investment ,
i to 'Fitusville . . 33 218 35e 1.41 Co . West %! lot 2, described in deed 1VI..A. :B <>S.9
6 R1.1orkardNorthtastcornerofblock1Rice's book M page 72.-:. ;;, block &. . .. 3 22s T;>e 3 73
111f addition to Titusville . . 33 21s 3)6 1.20 M Goldsmith..North ft of lot 5, block 6. . . 3 22s Iir.e; 133 Wholesale Dealers In
MEKey. . .... : WestOfblock lRke'saddition F. W. J<:merllon. . ,. Lot 1, block 8. . . . 3 22s 35e 2 (i1
fitusvtlle . . . . .. .33 21s 3.e' 2.M Smith Weeks . East OU!) feet of lot 0, block 8, described GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE,,
I W Smith. . . .. .nll of block 2, Hloe'll addition to In deed book "W" on page ,
Titusville. . . . . . 33 218 35e 1./013/ 118. . .f. . . . . . 3 22s SWs: UW
i; CDFlood . . all of block 3, JU'e' addition to A 8 Brown . . Lot 12, block 9. . . . . 3 22s 35e 22(5( 131 and 133 Eat' Buy Street and O and 8NewuauStreet,
TltullvlI1e. . . . . 33 21s 3e: 1.83 A S Brown . . Lot 13: block 1.:1/ : 2211Ile: 11 2.1;)
0' ,( CDFlood . . North 3 of bl'l'k 1.1. JU'e' additIon Oardner&Newberger.Lot, block 11 . . . . 3 22s 3e; 180 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .
u to'1' tnavilIo! 3a 21s 330 1.G; FA Smith . . .Lotft, block 11. . . . 3 22s Site 00JU
i WI Townsend .South of block 6, Rke.s. addition ( Brown : . Lot 0 and 10, block 11. . . 3 22s. 35e::; 409L ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY
'litullville. . . 33 21s> 3e: ].(lii I> TitiiH, Estate . Lot 1, block 12;.!, described in deed ,
ElI Iloton.] . . Lot A. block 7t of Ulee' addition r book "J" page 83. . . . . 3 22s 35e 015::;
I i to Titusvllle. described In deed Theo Titus . ... .Lot 1, block 13. . . . . 3 22s 35e 2 25 We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas
i book "%V" page :228.. :.! .. . . .33 21s Me 1.71 'l'heoTltull..Lot2. block 14. . . . . :3 I 22s' :me 1 71Theo'1'itue.Lotblock guaranteed genuine. We also full line of Hay Grain and Feed. We want;
f i a
r E A I1amburg. . .J.ot n. block 1. of nice's addition 14. . . . . 3 22s 'We; 011! your Oranges and Vegetables. carry Give trial and will be pleased.
L to 'l"1t.uMvllle described In deed Theo Titus! . . Lot 12, block( 10 . . . . :3 I 22s 3."e; 117 us. a you
book) "110; page 1I.:!: . . .. 33 218 3ie IISI TbeoTitus..Lot\ 3, block 17 . . . . 3 22s 3r;>e 117 S MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.
:M E Key. . . Lot C. block 7, of HII'e's addition T K: Hall . . LotS, block 17..1. . 3 22s :3.'e; 405; rur- We only Sell to Dealers.
awr t to Titneville described III decdl Chas Fulton . . .Lot 4, block 18 . . . . 3 22s :35e 333:
l r book "V" page 31fJ. . . . 3:1: 21s 3e::; 213 M JO: Titus\ . . .LotU, block 18 . .. . . . 3 22s :Sf>e 117
k H W Watson . ... Lot A. block tI, Hlet"l addition to a A It Owen . . Lot 3, blo'kI9. . . . . 3 22s Ie;, 117
'Ltuavilledescrlbed In deed book A Jackson . Lot 8, block 10 . . . . 3 22s: 35e 71
i1 "L" page 11:1.: . . . . 33 218 35e 150M IGorey, et al. . South M of lot In<>, block 11)I: 22s :H5e 71 John B. Stetson
E Key ;.. .. . Lot 11, block 1'1, U't"8( addition to )\1' Mobley. .'. . North !c lot 1, block :20! . . 3 22s >fl.'e>; )0)\ University
I'Itusvilledeacribed In deed book CWelser. .'. . . Lot 8, block 20 . . . . 3 22s 85e: 71
"Y" page ::116. . :. . .33 21s 35e 151)l ) M V Dwyer ... . Lot &, block 21 . . . . 3 22s: 8oe; lit))
\[ E Key. . . .I.ot I). bllK'k 8, HIC'e'li aclllition to K U Wolf. . . Lots 2 and 3, block 22 . . 3 22s :a.;;e 117
i'' t.u8vllle, described In deed book J Dugon/ . . .Lots'* and block 22: . . -3: 22s :.T e ItO! DELAND, FLORIDA.
"V"pnlCe 316. . . . . 3a: 21s 3.5e> 132 1<:111M IfarrisLot fI, block 22 . . . . 3 22s :35e< 3 15
: BFutch. . ... .Lot1.block8Jtiee's addition too li.J<.Mytlrs&Co..Lots7,8andll.bloek2:!. i . . 3 22s 33e: 2 01
Titusville described. III deed book SF Myers & Co . Lot 12, block 22: . . . 3 22s 85e: 117 r -
"AA" pll eI.I.( :. . . . . 33 21s 3e; 13.2AGreely :! M l' Laadrtun.All of block 2i.:!:I: . . . . 3 22s 33e.;; 333 Eli2Al TH FULL(
. j. .. .T.otAbleck0, nl'I'H addition t9Tltuavllledescribed Ilowell Titus . . Lot 2, block 25: . . . . 3 22s 8r e 81 v
in deed book C Birnbaiini . . Lot 4, block 25: . . . . :3 I 22s S.'te 81 .
"UU" page 210. . . . . .. 33 21s 3e; 159I ) Jeff Cllylt'r. . . Lots, block 25: . . . . 3 22s: :Il..e; 117
I DACooper'Lot13block 0Rice's, addition to C Jefferson . . Lot 9, block 25) . . . . 3 22s: SSe 1 11
'Tltusville described In deed book Jas Byrd .'" . Lot 10,11 and 12: block :25!; .'. :8 I 22s: $.">e 153
I "nu" IJI lCe 73.1.: . . . . : sa 218 .3e::; I39CGBernbaum M E Knuey . . Lots 1 and 2, block 20..a( ) s::\e 117C .
. ,LotCbhock9, 1Ire'addition to H Watson. . Lot 3, block 2(1( . ,. . ; 3 22s 35o; 81
jr 'fltll8VIIII', dl'Kerlbl'ellll deed book II W Nichols . . Lots 4 and /5, block 20 . . 3 22s :)5e) 117
,. "JJ' page 161. . . . . sa: 2111 3e::; 139Ii '1.l1t'o'1'ltull. .. . .T.otbI0I'k8.:! :! . ... . . . 3 22s :I15e l i)0II )
Fntchl... ; . . .rrtUblork9, lice'sadditionto ,. & S Adams . ,Lot 5, bltJt'k.l1l:. : . . . . 3 S2s 3.e; 81
'lltusville, IICNCribed In deed book Theo Titus . . Lot' I 11, block :28! . . . 3 22s 3i i>e tJo)
I$ "AA" page 163.:! .. .. . . : :Ia 218 :Je 1 32 J McCombs . . Lot 1, block :.1\1.. !) . . . .. 3 22s :tre 81 !
t, Btt'I.hen Ellis, . .T.ot E, blol'k II, IQice's addition. to J II Schufelt . . Lot :2 I, block 20\ . . .. . :3 I 22n 3.">e 81 ti laas..a .
q I .. Titusville, described in deed book J McCombs . Lot 3, blo'kI!! . . . . 3 22s 3l.e 00!)
k "cc" page 211a. . . . : 3a 2l1t 3e; ::1..10 Theo Titus . . Lot tI(I, block :to. . . . .3 :22s! !t5e! (03:!
31EKey . . Lot F. bl'k 0, Hlet.11 alhlltlon to L L Porter . Lot 7, block HO . . . . 3 22s :tt5e; 11:1: For Both exes. This Scholastic Year
TltultVllle, described in deed book I Theo Titus . . Lot 8, block :30 . . . :3 22! 85e li3 i1 "V" pllge :alII.,ill 3:1: ::1111 3e; 11)OJ :\ Theo Titus, . . Lots 10 and 11, block 30 . . 3 22s: :tr; e 113 October: 3rd. Send, for Catalogue,
} Flood .,. . .AIl or block JO, nlce'll addition to L L Porter . . Lot 12, block 30 . . . . :3 'J2s: 35e:; 81
I Ttusvtlle . . 3:1: 21s ae; ,:255ME Theo Titus . Lots 1 and :2block! 31 . . 3 22s!: ).15e 72 College, Academic Normal'Art'! and Music Departments Large, commodious
: . . . !!-yofbiovkI1 exCe tlotA, I Theo Lots 0 and 7, block 31 .. . . 3 22s :35e 72
JU'e'1i addition to 'FitusvlIl0, tics- LL Lot 11, block .41 . . .'. . 3 22s :35e; (i3 Dormitory buildings\ with perfect sanitary arrangement: artesian water, etc., Insuring .
Bribed III deed bllok "J! E" page' Theo :. Lots, 2 and :3 I, block 32: . . 3 22s :85e J: 81 perfect healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout ; faculty of 22
1111 . . . . . . 33:! 21s 3iie 2.25 L J Tucker . . Lot 4, block 82: . . . . 3 22s 85e *:' 72
3 Unknown . . All of block arpl'lItl'r'K: IIIMlt- !' II B Archibald . Lot (II, block 32: . . . . :3 :22s! :3.:>e (63 trained and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue containing full Information.
Ion to'1'ItnsvIliedescrlhed In deed II C Campbell . Lot 8, block :32: . . . . 3 22s 3l'ie 1(3(: Address. J. F. FORBES, President.
hllllk \V" pogo/ 2H(). . . . a t 218' aiie' 177 M 13 'Titus . . Lot W, block 32 . . . . 3 :22s. :! 85ei 03 _. .. .. .. .
Unknown .. .. .AII of block: CllflJI.'IIter'lI addition : Unknown. . . Lots48 and 47, Itohblns & Gra - -- -- -------
to rrltlldvllle, dl'lIl'rlbl'cj In \ ham's addition to Tituaville 3 22s: 3'>e 561
deed hook "W" rll/1'u/ 286( . . '31. 2h 3)0: 177lJnkdown Unknown . . Lot 50, Robbins! & Uruham's addition H. A. HODGES....
.. . .. .AII of block a, Cllrpl'lItl'r's nddit- to Titusville . . . 3 22s 35e 129
Manufacturer of
lOll to 'l'ltIIHvllle, described III (j W Grig'gs . . Lots ft, 0 and 7. block A, Fisher's
deed book "W" page 2HII. . 3-1 tits 3e::; 1 71 addition to Tititsvtlle. . . 3 22s: 35e::; 3 lIar ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber.
Unknown . . .A II of block Vllrlll'nh'r'oI addi- I M Fisher.! . . Lot 1, block B, Fisher's addition to ..
Ion to 'l'ltllllvlllt', described In. 3 22s 3"e: 111 ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.:
I deed bonk "W" page 2811. . . 32h :J50 1 DIS 'II W Myers. . .. .Lot 2, block 11, Fisher's additionto Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or In
Unknown . ... .All of block Ii, tarJlenter'oI: addition Titusvllle . . . . . 3 22s 3Jie; :2! 5ft>> any part of Floridawould! do well to w4-lte for prl(' s. The oranges saw mills or building are locatedat
tll 'l'ltudvllll' described In PAl Fisher. '. . Lot 3 block B Fisher's additionto
Buffalo: Bluff near Palatka, on the .J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to
il ilf'1 dl'ell book "W" page 2HII. : . 3&& 218. 35e lOr. . .'. . 3 22s 35e; 111 part of the East Coast. Address IL A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff Fla.any
Unknown. . . AIiUtblank (3 I. L'arprnter'saddit- J T Price . . Lot 4, block B, Fisher's! addition ,
Ion to tllnllle, described III to Titusvllle . . . . 3 22s 3.:*>e 2 55 --- --- -- .--- -- -- -. -. .
deed hook W" page 2xlI. . :U 2I1t 3-.e: 1 1)\: P M Fisher . .'. ( Lots 0, 0 and 7, block ii. Fisher's ESTABLISHED 1880.
Unknown.. . . Wel4t % of hluc'k 7Carpenter'sad- addition Titimvllle. -. . 3:J 22s.. 35e: : 2 55
+ I 1IIIIon to TUUI4VIIII', described K II Carlile . . Lot I, block C, Fisher's additionto
R deed bonk "IV" page 2HII 31 t 21s 31e 1 1m Titiisville . ',' . . 3 22s :35e 111 Bond L-umber Co.
M E Norwood..North: yy of block i'I'ilus addltion S Futch . . . .Lot3blockC, Fisher's additionto
.. to TltllllVllle. . . . 32111 313: 1 (1.1 Titusvllle . . . . 3 22s: 33e::; 163( ,
Theo 'Titus . .All of block 2, Titus addition to P M Fisher. . . Lot 5, block C, Fisher's additionto Manufacturers of and Dealers In'
'I'ltullville. . . . 31 2h 3e; 2111'> Titusville. . . . . 3 22s: :35e J ill
!. Unknowil. . . Lilt I, block 4, TItIUI IIlhlltion to P M Fisher . . Lots 1,2 and 8, block I), Fisher's LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING
'Fltusvllle . . . . . 31 218 3)13; 141 I addition to Titusville . . 3 22s :35e 183 SIDING, CEILING,
lit E Norwoml. .'. . Lots .1 and 5. block 4, Titus addit-. M K Mnyhairee . Lot 4, block 1), Fisher's addition
rI + Ion 'l.tllllvllle.! . . . A4 2.18 :Jje 219 : to Titusvllle . . . . 3 :22s!: 35e; 11 Mouldings, Turning,: and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orangeand
1 WIt 'Volf. . . Lots B and 9. block 4, Tltlls( addit- P M Fisher. . . Lots 5 and (8 t, block I), Fisher's addition Vegetable Crates., We,solicit correspondence.
t 6, Ion to 'I'Itusville. . . . . ''31 :nlt 35e; 013W to Titusville . . . 3 22s: 35e: 147
II Myers..i.oti, block 6, Titus addition to P M Fisher . . Lob 2:. block I K, Klaher's additionto Saw, Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at
1'ltusvllle . . 34 :11.: :Je) 0:1: Titusville . . .'. . . 3 22s 35e 0:1;] DeLand and Tltu vllle.
.4 Annette ClevellulIl. !.lIt 1. block 8, Titus addition to .... Ellis. . .. . .Lot3blockii;, Fisher's addition i --
R 19tusville. . . . . . :.14 :21s 33e 1 41 to Titusville . . . . 3 22s 35e:'> 1(13(; FOR =
Unknown . . lint s2,3and4block: 8'iitoead- P M Fisher . . Lot 4, block K, Fisher's additionto $ 3.20. .
dittos to Titusvllle . . . al 218 ae; 21i Titusville . . . 8 22s 33e D.I
I. 1 FTurknett. .. . .Lot5buek8Titus'> ) Rlhlltlon P M Fisher . . Lot 2, block! F, Fisher's additionto Sent to us by Express, postofflce order or New York Exchange, we will\
'l'ltlltVllle! . . . . . 3t ifs 3 So 147Unknown. Titiisville . . . . 3 22s: :ii3e\; 93 send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,
. .; . Lots 6 and 7. block fI, '1'It",,' additiontoTitusvllle 'J L :Nail . . . Lot 3, block F, Fisher's addition
. . . 31 :21s 3\e: 10{J:: to Titiisvltle . . . . 3 22s 35e: 1 41 FOUR FULL QUARTSOf
00 nrllvo, . . Lots 8 and 1 0, block EJ, Tit 1111' addi !' M Fisher . . Lnt. 4, block! F, Fisher's addition I
I ) tionto'1'itusvflle. . . . ::14 218 35e :253\; to Titusville . . . . 3 22s 33e 93 the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
Unknown. . . Lilt 10. block 8'I'ittis' addition to N S Dunkle, . Lot 13, Joynerville addition to
1 Titusvllle.I . . :H 2h 3\e: 1 38 Titusville . . . . 3 22s: 33e; 147
I .'v S Norwoml. . Lot described deed books. "w" E G Patch. . . .South !g of lot 14, Joynervllle addition Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey
rage :23! and "KJ<:" page 214. a4 21s 3e; ::11)1) to Titusville . . 3 22s 35e 1 47
1 A A 'DI'GrlLllw. . ..Lot 3. block A, Co I'IIUIII'S addl.tltm A J Hlppard . :.Xorth1 4 of lot ilJoynervillead-
to 'l'ittisville. . . . 34 2h 3lia 013 dition to Titusville . . 3 22s: 35e; vl 411. We ship In PLAIN PACKAGES, no marks to Indicate content (which will amid all com
J r Turner..ScutIi Jlllrt lot >5. block n, Cole- N S Dunkle . .South >i of lot 1- Joy II erv lIIe addition I 1'0111'ment.")'.20 when i will:rOil be cheerfully get It and rerun.led.teat U. If It;Thin In not Bat. I.factory. return. It at OUR EXPENSE and
1111\11'11 addition to'1'Itusville. .. :u :21s. 35e 10\: to Titusville . . . 3 22s:! 33e -147 We are CUM. at hand and can i tire yon QUICKER DELIVERY! than n any distant*/.oo/ good holme.In.the We market.have
J I' 'fllrnl'r. . . Lots 4 allli 1'1, block 0, Colemllll'lI K G l'atch. . . Lot 18: Joynerville addition to I been doing b..ln".ln. thin ..X.f.ViVtllainestantlfor! OYer IB YEARS and a* to our RfcSATIUN -
addition to 'lYtisville . . 34 21s 3So:'> 1110 Titusvllle. . . . 3 22s 35e.: 1061'J-ON8IBILITY editor of thin AND for honest dealing, we refer yon to any merchant here or to
J I' Turner.Lots: 7. 8 and O. block C. Cole- 0 W Satterthwelght .Lot 21, Joynerville addition to paper.
I 111111I'11 addition to Tituavllle . 3-1 :Us 3\e: 201J Titusville . . . . 3 2211i: e 1 03 SOLOMON A LEVI
r 'l'url1t'r. . .LotK 12 Mllli 1:1.: bltwkCCol..man's J J Box . . .Lot 25: Joynervillt addition to 1028 & 1030) First Avenue
addition to 'I'itullville. . . 31 2h :me 156F / ( Titusvllle,, . . . 32211:1e: : 120V P. O, Box :No. 33.: BIRMINGHAM ALA.
EElnerson..Westpart: lot 1, block A. 't'xt'ept \V Sutterthweight Lot 31, Joynerville addition to
North :JO feet of South 40 feet\ 'Titusvllle . . . . 3 22s: 33e 3 -1\: I rrCEWe pay Espl'tl Charges to an points reached by "flOUTJtEn EXPRESS!' COMH -
4 described III deed book .' Mrs TWSmith.tot; Joynerville: addition to I PANY;' but to pointeon. lines or other Expwee. COIDl'an.. we prepay only to points wbere
page 117. . : . . 3 21t: 3.1. ::1 13L Titusville . . . . . 3 22s 33e; :2 10 Southern Ezorsas Company tran..rers to said other Express Company.
:Mu II"'lIdl'n. .South uf lot 2: block A of nl't'k. Unknown. . . .Lot 1, nub-division lots :38, 3U. 4n.
cr's lIub.tllvlllluli . . . 3 228 3.ie 493 41 and 42, Joynerville addition to
I I I Tltull . . .South 41)) feet lot 2, block D . .. a 22s! 3e; :2! 23 Titusvllle. . . . . . 3 22s 33e :240W ) CHA.s. E3 TT ZLvdl: : cSs OOBIT. ,
ANNoile.tonth: }y lots Sand (U, block DJ Bellamy . . Lot sub-division, lots 38, 30, 40, aiD W. n.T8t., JACKSON ILLE. .. FLA. '
described In deed book wAA' : 41 and 42, Joynerville addition to ,
)age 711. . . . . . 3 22& :ml' :2 83I. : Titusvlll. . . .. . -3 22s 33e; 285
I. A A DeOrallw, . .l'Krt lot 1, block 0, described Mrs T W Smith . Lot A, Kerdell's addition to Ti-
't I + dt't'd book "";Jo page: 154. . .. :3 I 21I Hie: 2 i i.A 55 tusville . . . . . 3 22s 33e345:
A DeOrauw..1'art let 1\, block C. described M M Wilbur. . .. Lots 1.2 and 3, Herdell's\ addition I
deed book "RF": page/ 16d. . :I 22s:! ::116: :9 I 55Duren Titusville! . . . . 3 22s 35e1335
.t Jo't'lIlItt'r. . :Sort S4 or )\'.....tor lot 2 block M 0 Rerdell . . Lot 7, Kerdell's addition to Titus-
H. described III deed book "8" v III.>. . ... . .. . :3 :22s: 33e 1 -n
I 'age 11. . . . . :3 I 21I: :Ie; 15 43 Mrs T W Smith . Lot 8, Kerdell's addition to Titusville. -
I ., E E Turner. . ..1'1'rt lots 1 AIIII :I. black E, de-- . . . . . . 3 22s:!. 33e 2 53; I'' ,
scribed tlt'.d book "J" page 2\0: '3 :22s :Jil' 2 M B Kuhl . . .. Lot 13: Rtrdell's. addition to Titusville LII _
Theo Titus. . ..Lot 8blek E.. . .. .. .. . . 3 2:111 ::1.1., i71 .,. . . . . 3 22g: SSe 147 l't.
Theo 'J.ltu&: . ..Wt'lIt'-j uf lit 1, bltlt'k E. :3 I 21I:! 3il' IIHmlth \) M C Rerdell . Lots 14.1\.1".17: and 13, Kerdell's. t.
', ..yon .t Field Part lot 14 and 10, block F, deserib- addition to TitusvillM' . .. 3 2Jje:! : : 435/
ell III deed bock B0 J>ll43/ I . 3 2'2s: 3\l': 103 B Kuhl. . . : Lot 10, :2O and 21. Kerdell'a addition ,
JAColemanorth: strip of 100 feet oLJot 1. to .! 3 22s 83e 2 13
block (1. . . . . . 3 21I: 3ie: :253A Godfrey . . Lot 23Rerdell'aadditiontoTitus-
Montgomery . Part lot 1, bltlt'k n, described Indeed ville.. . . . . . 3 22s 3Se 111
book '1' page/ :!1. . . . :3 I 21I: :lie: 7 05of K L Dupont) . . Lot 26, Rerd ell's addition to Titus
.7AColeman.South pArt lot J. block G. . . 3 2.2s! 3.-e 225: 3 22s 35e 129 C
L A Coleman . We'lit .J.-3 lot :2 block G. described K P Sammie..Lot 38,Kerdell's addition to Titus"
In deed book 11- page 3o.t . . 3 l'l8 3Se 1U\ vllle. . . . . . . 3 22s 35e 333 ,
Wm Dayls..I..otl.blo.k K. . . . :. 3 22s:! 33e 22\: Unknown. .. .. ,LoU 37 and 38, Uerdell's. addition
Wm Davis..T.et 3, blOl'k K. . : . . 3 :l'me! : 1 AUM to . . .. . 3 :22s 35 e 3 00
E Tltult. . . South of West (except church Four Full
Quarts $3.20.9Han
Jot) block L. . . . . .; 3 :22e: 3/1e/ 303 Continued on Seventh page. J Delivered for .







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Professional Cards. I THE WOMAN'S PAGE.Knot ;Cancer
H A V VA i ,
TAbM
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GEO M. UOBBINS, So manypersons ; &Iit"r, Ctiott .t.f"'H'a. : BRoad 'les. Scrofula, \

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I Most of the large papers have a vrtman's
ATTORNEY
AND COUNSELOR Old! Sores I II
page, but possibly not In one In. ,
have hair I
ATLAW.Will .
stance Is the woman who eilttsjlt at lib A* the blood contains all the elements "" r)' to sustain life! it it -
practice In State and United States t that is il erty to exercise her own judgment. One I taut that it be kept free of all impurities, or it become a source of iltlporR'Leu.a".s, ...,

Court. i > stubbornand Individual on a certain New |Vork dally poisoning, instead of nourishing! the body, and Ions" of health is sure to follow

Office at TiTuqTiLLB\ :, FLA. dull.It is summoned every few ",,('ek"llnto] the Some pontons enter the Mood l. from without, through the skin by absorption, or l1IO1IS:I
inoculation others from within, as when waste products accumulate in the
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won't presence of the groat managing;I editor\ system and ferment, allowing disease ,germs to develop and be taken into the Blood' Poison
D. L. OAULDEX, who says: "You are putting too much circulation While all Mood troubles have one common origin, each lies some I

61 L grow.What's. woman suffcrago and too many strong ) to distinguish it from live other. Contagious Wood '" ,)Scrofula\, ,/
ATTORXET-AT-LAW, minded women on your page." "Yo racer, Rheumatism, I Kezenm and other blood diseases can be distinguished 1 by C/lronlC lV leers.a .
Will practice In all the Courts of the State certain sore, ulcer eruption of Inflammation appearing the akin. livery blotnldisease !
the ? Hair
01 Florida and the United State Court reason I tell me to keep a record of everything shows sooner" or later on the outside! and! on the weakest. part of the liody or where it find the least resistance..

I. U Box,235. TITUSVILLK FLA. needs help just as that women are doing," she answers, : Many mistake the sore or outward SIKH for the real disease, and attempt a cure by the use of Halves, liniments and I other

Money to Loan. 1M. anything else does at "and It Is l these who are doing|tho progressive external applications.. Valuable time is lost and no permanent benefit derived from such treatment! ,

I work of the world." "Yell BLOOD TROUBLES REQUIRE BLOOD REMEDIES the poison must he completely: mid perntanently -
GOLDSMITH times. The roots require eradicated! the 1 blood reinforced, purified and cleansed, or the disease. goes deeper and I saps the very l IIff' Mercury
olT of that ;
: t When keep woman sulTerago page, 'and arsenic, the treatment usually prescribed( in this claim of diseases! are violent m.iwns. even when taken in small
feeding. I is the reply Another woman, one of the potail doses-- never cure, but lit> much harm by adding another poison to the nlready overburdeneldisrascol! lilood. I
'' rTOKNEY-AT-LA, hair stops growing it bust writers In the country, was given S. S. S.t Nature's. own remedy, made of root and! herb, attacks the disease in I I
'I I of editor. big the blixxi, antidotes\ and forces out all impurities, makes" weak thin blood, rich, strong
loses the position Sunday on I a :
j TiTV8Ttft.K, FLORIDA. and healthy, and at the tame time builds. m' the general.: health. :S: S. S. is the only
its luster. dally, not long ago, with this admontt purely vegetable/: blood purifier known, and the only one that cuii reach deep-sealed l

It Ion: Now, we know your tricks ReI S Wood( troubles. A record of :50 veers of successful cures. proves' it to be, a reliable,

F: J. WEBB, I member, If one line of woman sulTrag So S' unfailing specific for all Mood and skin troubles.Froo .

looksdead. goes In, you go out." Modloal Treatment.--Our Medical Department is in charge of
ATTOnXET-AT-LAW, skilled physicians, who have made blood and! skin diseases a life study so If you haw
\ The writer of this article was once requested
Old, Sore Ulcer'
Contagious' Blood Poison, Cancer, Scrofula, Rheumatism,, Ucrrnia.an or ,
Will practice In the Courts of tIle 7th :
to prepare aeries of twelve All > is COIIh'tro.1' in strictest' conli.
forre
similar blood trouble write them fully for advice about your cuse. lH ni'ti1.CrTl
Circuit.
Taxes paid for non-residents or any
and rents and accounts collected. :: ior articles\ on the most prominent women deuce. We make no charge_fur this aervi<:e. Book ou blunt 1 and! kin disease. free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.

doctors ministers lecturers ..
lawyers, -
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\ TITUSVILLE, FKOBIDA
organizers, etc., "with not n flavor of

acts almost instantlyon woman suffrage lu the series." As 1\ Women as Well as Men .THE COOPER & McKEE REFRIGERATORS.

A D. PENNEY, such hair. It matter of course every one of those who .
Are Made Miserable
by
awakens new life in were necessarily, selected was an ardent

ATTORNEY-TLAV, the hair bulbs. The advocate of the enfranchisement of women Kidney Trouble. Till! only first-clans lee I

TITOSVILLK, FLOHIDA. effect is astonishing.Your 1 I apd It l Is due to this long agitation\ :-i

that they held such positions To prepare 1'11"Mt.. nnd refrigerators on
Will practice In all the courts of the 7th hair grows be- Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages !-
,
those sketches without reference 10 '
Judicial Circuit.GEO. thicker and all and lessens ambltlftn;; beauty vigor the! market. with all the .
comes this fact was to stultify the writer, and ,.. I and cheerfulness' soon

dandruff is removed. offend the subjects and all who believed ,. diaappearwhenthekidneys latest Improvements.
A. WORLEY, are out of order .
And the originalcolor with them on this question. Nevertheless R- .
\
: : or diseased. t
ATTORNEY-AT-LAN: of early life is from a business point of view, I It Kidney trouble has

'General practice In State and Federal faded I Impossible to refuse.At N become so prevalent CHARCOAL HIIKATIN" : '"
restored to or
Courts. All business entrusted will another time, when about to accept that It Is not uncommon I
receive attention. hair. This is t for.a child to be born ISU LINES 4i lll t I sL1I.V.1N17FD
prompt gray an I Important editorial position, the i.J afflicted with weak kM-

General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate, always the case. managing editor made the significant Ii \\,nw\ I--.1 neys. If the child urln- ( I : IKON'
Miami. remark : "I'lease! remember that this (in- *"
ales too often. If the
bottle. All --
MIAMI FLOltin.V. 1.00 a drugglttf. per does nut believe In woman suffrage, urine scalds the flesh or If, when, the child 81HI.: V1:4.tN1)' J ,
"I nave. used Ayer's Hair Vigor During two years of editorial writing, of reaches an age when It should be able to y
.
TAMES ANDREWS, and am really wiilHlu'd at the course this subject was not mentionttt, control the It Is yet afflicted with IN'SIDK LINKING.IIOUIILK .
amid It IIIIH done In Ing toy this passage d"'o
toward the close of
of and period
Iwlr front cmimitf out \* the I bed-wetting depend upon It. the cause of alb NiryIIIgV'11' olml N
boat ton In I have tried, and I letter! was received l from a woman's niganlzation .
'
ATTORNEY-AT-L.YW. the difficulty Is kidney trouble, and the first DOORS ON:/ IF -
shall continue to recommend it to \ which said: "When you be- Qj'TOP r y
." I step should be towards the treatment! of ?
Main office and P. O., TUJDALS, FI..V. my friend
came one of the editors of -, we werefllod
MATTIK HOI.T, these Important organs. This unpleasant LUCK ON I.OWKK
Office open at Ft. Fierce on fend and 4th Sept. 24, 1808. liiirllugton,N. C. with delight, for we felt that now trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the

Fridays of each month. Its readers would hear something nf f our kidneys and bladder and not to a habit M 1>OOUH.t .
If you An not ohUIn all the b n"fltywi cause,' but your abstluto sllenco line *
Notary Public State'at Large. most people suppose >
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expnctoil from the .e of the HeIr I II
Vigor, write the Iinrtor IIhu"IIt, boon a btttrr disappointment. Possiblyou Women as well as men are made miserable
.. DH.J. T'UIOK: ff1S'1',
STEPHEN E. FOSTER, by this action, but you have lost your and both need the same great remedy 1

friends among women. The mild and the Immediate effect of ---- 'We also carry a |"I'O"IIIIt'' :
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, -- At present a masculine editor-In-chief Swamp-Root U loon realized It Is sold {

Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner Building, With care Growing lu the selection In Louisiana of seed!, decides absolutely what women desire by druggists In fifty "" Line oHlie Celebrated Odorless Refrigerators
and dollar
to read. He employs other women to cent one <
JACKSONVILLE, Ft A.'SAHDRL preparation and cultivation of the soil. put thlwstnlt shape" because he think lies. You may haves[ fiil t! r

cabbages! can be grown over a lars they can do It better than men, but he sample bottle by mall _____
T. flHAVLOIt GORDON R. HUUOMR.O part of the state of Louisiana throughout trusts their Judgement only to a certain free also pamphlet tell- Rome of BWMUP.IUM*. Write na for prices on anything In our lino. .

UAYLOR & BROOME, the entire year Early bard head extent in selecting It. Until women Ing all about It, Including! many of the ..
Ing varieties give: summer cabbage, themselves acquire positions control thousands of testimonial letters received E. F. CL.A.
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. while the Late Flat Dutch. Brunswick, on newspapers, or until men can be persuaded from sufferers cured. In writing Or. Kilmer .
Mike different view of & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.,- be sure and
tit worn
Drumhead Succession etc.. give winter MATTING and HOUSE FURNISHINGS
Will practice I In all the Courts of the nil's taste In this matter, we shall con mention this paper. FURNITURE CARPETS, 1 1IQ
and spring crops."' A rich, ben'yloam ,
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State. Office in Law Exchange. tlnue to have only the very lightest ----
.JACKSONVILLE FLA. Is best suited for cabbages since' reading on the woman's page. There Is. l. iiuon ttlll Wlilteu h Hi. llsnO*. J'no1c.son"' F1n.
: this plant requires much moisture to however, no department which ha I
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attain perfection. Frequent stirring ot shown so marked an evolution during,
;' W. CRAVEN, the ground each time drawing up a the loot ten yel"'''. For the hands tbnf. "lava boconio (,art.) :

I F. little earth around the plant la uecessary A great; deal of excellent matter of pod or sunburnt, just before going to Watches AND Jewelry.

DENTIST.: for best results. specl.il Interest Is. gradually tlndlng per bed bathe them In warm water and snap I .

: --------- mnnent. place. The time will\ doubtless then rinse them In tepid water NO that '
'I Castle Hall, 111 West! Forsyth Street.JACKSONVILLE VllKK lILOODniulSKlNCUItl: coma. when IM woman editor will not all the soapy water has disappeared, and

wholly hate it, and herself, because she I The old established' Watch and Jewelry business, TilE GOLDEN .I IAMOATOH. "
:, FLORIDA. An Offer Proving Faith. Is held for It. At then dabblo them with lemon ju Ice, ,
responsible present
Ulcers, flitting sores, o ulcers, scrofula. The bun In tho only metropolitan dally I If your skin is very sensitive dilute the hits removed l from tho old! stand' West liny. streetto

W. ALLEN, itching skin, scabs and scales of eczema, In the world which has a regular depart. lemon ju ice, but when. It Is applied! allow -117 West hey. street, onJ] the same side of the strunt, In the i
GEORGE aches nod palm In bones, back or joints. ment devoted to tho enfranchisement it If '
: It to dry on the hands Sleep In gloves, Traveler' Hotel block. Established!: In
ATTO RNE Y-AT-L AW, H.vphllltlo blood poison, rotten gums and women. This assertion Is made In the )187./ :% Address,
chronlo rheumtlKrn111! all obstinate, I hope of calling\ out Information If "there and after the .li'rd! night night's care .
KEY WEST, FLORIDA. deep-Keated l blood trouble are quick); are others." your hands. will bo as fair and soft as tho uLO-o"JS: I.: S'I'EISE: :' : S.. '

Will In the United States cured hv taking: a few large bottles of hands of ono of !Shakespeare'ii:
practice IDA MUSTEK I1A/U'ICI1. any
.
} Boiorlc lilood. O.ilni.Ve challenge" : the 417 WEST HAY STKRET: a JACKSONVIU.K!: :, FLA.
and :State: Courts OjunfKST heroines.DrromllT.
world! for a case of blood disease that .
Botonlo Wood B.tim will not cure. The STATK OF 01119. CITY or TOLEDO, I ILUCAH l
O. FRIES, C. E. *. cures are permanent and not n patching COUNTY.: f Iflf. c.. of Ola.. To..I1. PABLO BY THE SEA LIVERY.

up. Is jour blood thin? Skin: pale? All Frank J. Cheney makes oath that lie Ordinary linen toweling CUll be uiudsulllcleiiily
COUNTY !SURVEYOR.Land : run down? As tired In the morning as Is", tho senior partner of the firm of F .1.
and b.dl IIlrll'rt. when you went to bod? Pimples? Roils? Chenny .t Co., doing business In the decorative for many usesother Turnouts of nil duscrlptlons tI.\JJE IIO1WKH/ ,
legally surveyed 811 work tf
iliiui Its original use by lUll
Swollen ? Catarrh? Putrid and !State IIfol' I I '
I Estimates for glands or Joints city of Toledo, county : (- r
Mapping neatly done. works. Disputed breath? Kruptlotis? Sores In mouth sald. and that mild 'firm will pay the sum groups of curving ntltclirs. at the Intersections : ,. )11AOOAOR Transfer,
all kinds of engineering -
,t. or throat? If so, your blood la. bud. of One Hundred Dollars for each anti of the mjuures. .hll'thr'at!
lines
t: a specialty. Blood LUltn will make the blood pare everv case oj catarrh that cannot be matching I the color of the check or TKAIVS, HAULING, Etc.

TITCSVILLK:, Brevard Co., FI.ORIDA. and rich, heal every sore, stop the aches", cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure plaid limy IM used. er a harmonizing/ '
and pains', build up the bioken-down FRANK J. CIIE IiY. (.'1,40IIUY bt employed. Three eurveoilines HUUHKVS, | jql Wm. WILKINSON: ,

I, M. D- body, and Invigorate the old and weak. Sworn to before me and subscribed In on each side und. cue .w utrul upright t
N.8BURNHAM Hotonic Blood Bum the only pel"feetblood this. ttth of December LAUDAUl, i Proprietor
my'I.r".nce, day / glee a good fOect. Mwyn T-liw |ji- %
p"rlliernulo.: .\ l'Iohlat drug storm. A I II. 1.0.l ftu.irold-
SURGEON and SPECIALIST dies'oilil. iliiss/ lowfliug
,
1.00 per huge hnttle.lnclnf1nll'ooml'letedlrectlonll. A. W. Ol.BAKON, VICTOKIAS Pablo Ileneh, Flo,
f To prove our faith In Blood l l -2 Notary Public. e.red us Hiijwsli'd. will oinks ...ifHMllig.
\f Ear, Nose and Throat. Balm, a trial bottle Is given away to suf. 5 5 top border for a plalu burn cnrtalu -

> WieST PALM BEACH: FLORIDA. : ferers. For free trial bottle, address I I(.ill's. Catarrh' Cure Is taken Internally Tor the wludows In suiutuvr or for a Nnt on'8
,I 'Blood U'klm Co., Atlanta tta. Doo't nod acts directly on the blond and! mar !linen norller"How
liesltato, but write at once descilbfng ones surfaces of the system. !Send: for "San Mateo"T"
"HOW TO DO BUSINESS, trouble, and free personal medical, advice testimonials' free. JJest Cigar.
given. Blood Balm (U. U. B.) cures 1". J. CIIICNKY: A: ('0., Toledo, O.)101 To
OH THE when all else falls. Thoroughly tested :(:,-". by all druggists, 73 cents
Secretof; Success in Retail Merchandising, for :'tO years Over ,1,00< voluntary testimonials Hull's Family Tills are tie best. Ic.M nil.IJ"'lo..ldn.
of cures usingB. B. B. Hold by
-By GEO. N. MCLEAN- B. K. Wilson 800!: druggtata.: 2Jjune01 Gain FleshPersons .
The Most Comprehansive, Prsrtlcal and Vsln-
able rreatlM on HiimneiM...ant How to Sncceii THE OLD CLOCK. Wliy buy Imported cigars, made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored with
fully lx It, ever pnbllithiHl.A The Largest and Most Com-
text book of practical hints rule and examples -, have been known to opium: and other of iuh rare value thai everyone. no met plete Establishment South. While hero alone, with stately clock
tar Haw old and .."l'.r'.d.' cannot. but derlveabsolute As companion, time, gain a pound a day by takingan << price?
my
and """ it> uiaohlnim
while to the young" novice II Is a hand book..ndtreaaura GEO. S, HACKER & SON. With fire burning on the hearth ounce of SCOTT'S EMUL FREE BY MAIL TO ANY DU1&of 'IMO
of Indlnpaniukble rains.2S I'll put that clock to rhyme. }
Grand Chapters AifnnU Wanted. Full The wind blows hard around this house, SION. It is strange, but it often ADDRESS......J Boa of BO.$1.75
A r *t. ,I..k Mil 10 every iitnrekmiiwr.' In all And through those pine so old happens.Somehow. -
line. Poet mid t on r JACKSON, ounce producesthe "
: That cluck, old time, ban. told.
319 Dearborn street. Chicago III. pound j it seems to start the HAN MATEO, FLA
have.been the that lookedAt
MAny eyes
I
PM that clock's open face, digestive machinery going properly .

FERRY: k'j' ? Who have since died, and gone beyond, so that the patient b able
/Mill time Is In the race.
.'I.at clock has given both joy and grief to digest and absorb his ordinaryfood Prepared

SEEDS A In marriage, birth and death which he could not do be-
It speaks. of time and has a voice
Yet never glees a breath. fore, and that Is the way the gainIs 2 and 3-ply +

Thoneaude of garden..nd.p.nden '' .; march has taken made.A .Roofing
The wedding place Asphalt and
Fwrl'.ae 4. .
every year and never lulls? MANUFACTURERS OF U, signals from that clock! >! certain amount of flesh Is Gravel.l ,
Awppolntme.t. Cb.sp .utwi. The Infant christened by that'tlme, .. .
for health if have 1
gut. bring tam, not psybe drop.. Doors Sash. Blinds, To member of that track; necessary t you
j fl pay. W rasa par. )a t..nte little Thor.per nap.torf.aaV's ? The solemn death dirge has been sung not got it you can get it by Rom lyJTIorcrso.:: :

a..rywb.r., and aiway. worth K Moulding & Building Material The bells have slowly tolled. and
Always Ii.Be.t. two.d/e.ual true.G By time denoted by that clock- takingStOll'S Building Lining Papers,

G I. M. fill? 1. CI., UTAMT, MI6.. Office \Varerooms.: King, opposite Tbat stately' clock BO old.

Cannon Street.Charleston Fmulslon Hoof Paints Creosote Oil
I love to hear that old 1 clock tick.! ,

S. C. And watch It'* pendulum swing ffl

Marriage'Paper.TkouaiMU 'r.Ih.hN. BEn .. I think of time now long since past Black Varnish, etc.i

._..... 10 _1- Cord and And of time It will bring;
of .s.
e w'.IU,_. 1.......... Sash Weigbts, n baa so honest open face, You will find it |lust as useA in summer Write for Prices etc.
.r. nom formal mot._.a. US mart sublime and if Catalogue, Samples,
JJ mi b.10.114. _. BwarM qppr :3* Ye' one that (earns u in whiter you arc thriving upon
J.s A OCUL SM MieaK TsMs. .OKI.. Hardware. 1 love that grand old-fashlonmt clock, tt don't stop because the weather.U warm. TIlE ARMITAGE MANUTG CO. 1
The mover on of 'I me.
,
0t Big M."1.. 8AMPLIEI'<)JII""ofl" Window and Fancy alas -C. H. Eu. .-sad .'_ell...........

"w.stne..ut aver eld&eereeIN.w.papenale ra..sip.01 lee toW ........ A SPECIAUJBY. I'blladelphl..FA.) Sep'.IOO"'. IWtTk/OWNS.Ca..rsa, Nun Yoe'". ,.:I2OO to33X> \VIIIJalll"urar, Ave., IUCIl310 U, VA.'
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE THE CHINESE QUA YMIRE. PROSPERITY = This is to Mercliaxits.We : : .

Evidently the Powers have foundIt tta
I A WBMLV JOURNAL DEVOTED TO Tat DBTBLorMEXT ) ',t
far more difficult to get out ot *
or Tat INDIAN brae LAKE,
WOKTU AND HlaOAYNB BAY HEOTIOX. China than they did to enter the do a strictly wholesale business. Our prices are right as we study
I Celestial empire. The mutual jealousies ComesTo
PUBLISHED EVERY FHIUAT.Addren that have so long prevailed them. We fill orders the day they are received. We know what In-

i in Europe and other foreign countries dian River Merchants need and carry justsuch a stock. Our traveling
all communication to
( ""' EAST COAST ADVOCATE, are resulting in complications men visit the Indian River territory every month. We are liberal in

'. TITDHVILLK, FLOHIDA. that may, later on, prove fatal to All'' our dealings. We quote prices and send samples. Try us when In
the interests of one or more of the< '
need of goods. We can and will please you.
DEMOCRATIC TICKET. nations. Russia's proposal to withdraw 1
from China and the United

'' NATIONAL. States acquiescing in the matter, Who Trade

II 1'1 1.1' WILLIAM For JENNINGS President( : BUY, .AN, seems to have produced the gravest :Benedict Pollak <& Co.
r
I of Nebraska.For apprehensions throughout the civ- ,
Vlce-Presldent: ilized world. England and Germany -

i' ADLAI E. HTKVENbOX/, are suspicious of Russia, and JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
"? or 1111 n la.i regard the proposed movement as a With US. .
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For' Presidential Electors:
N ruse to gain time for the purpose

J.JOHN M. HARKS s. BEARD of Duval, of KncamblaW. of completing her Siberian railway 'THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.

II. ELLIS, of GadHdeo. because when completed she will bIn < .
M. L. WILLIAMS, of DeSoto. a position to seize and -
appropriate Good in direct from the
._.__.-. judgment buying
t CONGIIKSSIONAL. the whole of Manchuria. manufacturers and fair prices in selling Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
England cin hardly accede to the ,
'' For Congress 2nd Congressional District: proposition above stated, unless enables us to be of profitable service to you. ,4.,'
ROBERT W. DAVIS, Russia will definitely determine her .:

STATE TICKET. future policy towards China. Cer- There is something of interest to all In our-- Vitrified, Paring and Sidewalk Brick......

tainly she will .riot allow Russia to

For Governor: acquire Chinese territory without a Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 202.
JENNINGS.for
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,t WM.
struggle, and we do not beHAve the Magnificent Stock of Men's Boy's and Youth's
Justice of Supreme Court:
FRANCIS B. CAJ;TEIt. big Cossack is ready to follow up J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.
this strategctic movement with war
For Secretary of State: .
..CLOT I7C1oTG.. ---- --------- --
JOHN L. CRAWFORD. on Europe. Their future diplo

i'I f' For" Attorney-General: matic evolutions and convolutionswe

; W. B. LA MAIL shall watch with Interest. Amer MeMurray & Baker
For Comptroller: ica's seeming alliance with RussiaIs In the newest and nobbiest patterns in medium/ and light weights. ,

W. II. REYNOLDS practically non-political, so far Hen's Furnishing Goods in new and novel fabrics, up to date in

I :For State Treasurer: as _the former country is concerned. finish and styles. Men's New and Nobby hats, in Alpine, Crush 220 and 222 East Day St. Mohawk Block. Jacksonville, Fla.

P JAMES Jl. WHITFIELD. The United States simply desires and Straws, for Summer Wear. '
t For" Supt. of Public Instruction\ : to reach some conclusion with the headquarters for-

W. N. SIIEATS. allied forces, whereby she will be
, For" Commissioner of Agriculture: Material Vehicles 'Harness Bicycles
Wagon
B. K. McLIN. enabled to withdraw her army from ,
'
i Toe Railroad COIn mlsKloner: China as her mission has been MensfWomen's Shoes
JOHN L. MORGAN. thoroughly effected in the captureof and Sundries."KELLY" .

i Pekin and the rescue of the le-
HUNATOKIAL.- gations. Russia was the first to ALL SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on you wheels

For Senator 131 h Senatorial District: make the proposal and naturallythe andChildren's: Factory at short notice. '
'E. N. DIMICK. United States It
accepted as
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the: clearest solution of the problem.
COUNTY TICKET. Made.
Now that harmony is clearly out .

For Representative of the question, the next matter for HARDWARE.Doors
f K. B. RAULEKSON consideration is : What will necessarily .
For County Judge: develop as a result of this

1 I For Clerk Circuit A. D. Court PENNEY: disagreement? .No man can tell, we You Can Afford To Stand By Those Who Stand By You

ii'1, 1 I A. A. (STEWARD.; ran only speculate or reason frpm Sash and Blinds, Paints, Oils,
i We are Becking prosperity by giving it to others. .
For Tax Collector: present conditions. At any rate ,..I.
the Powers in international *"" i MMMMMMM "
E. W HALL, are an 'j\

For" Tax Assbsiior: iu ay in ire, apd there they stand Do not loose your hold on this beneficial plan but stick close to the Glass, Cutlery and Ammunition...
J. F. WOOTEN, up to their arm pits, in the slough

For Sheriff: J. 1' BROWN, of indecision while darkening Jrv: : s i. ::nsor:: .ruo::: c C C.
clouds and bursting thunders. betoken Eagle Clothing Store

I For. Superintendent. R. E. SUMS Pnbllo: Instruction: another storm.CAPITAL < 122: West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

For Treasurer I .
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F. n. ROTE, REMOVAL. Opposite the bank, Titusville.

:For Prosecuting Attorney: _. ____ .. __________ ____ HAMMOND PACKING CO.
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J. E. ANDREWS} Agitation on the subject of movIng .
(Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.)
For" County Surveyor: the capital from Tallahassee to FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF Is
Malaria's Own
September OUR SPECIALTIES
a J. O. FRIES. Jacksonville is reaching great pro' SCHOOLS. :

portions. The strongest argument "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon

PoiiriCH In Rrevard county, and against removal l ia that it would TlTUHVIILK, Kl.A, Sept. 4. 1000. Month "Coin Special" canned meats."Calumet" .
j' throughout the other states, are To Hon.Alex. A. Htewart.
the Florida mil.
cost a
taxpayersof Clerk Clruult Court, hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet"
and look Malaria is bad enough; Its children are .
now warming up, we may with Heotlon\ 3, .
lion dollars. Now let us examine Sir':-In' compliance Chapter
for some exciting times between 4U2:!, Iaw of Morlila. we hereby, Ale with you worse: leaf lard. .
this argument by probing it with a the following Itemized statement of all school
this and the election in November questions. I<'lrstls a new money rioelved: ,appropriation I made and war.ants DENGUE Homemade pure lard. .
eap- .
iHHiinil lor the mouth ending the 81st day
TilE gale which we so much Itdl building necessary? For an of August, A. l>. 1UUO.HROA ., HEMORRHAGIC "Peerless" compound lard sausagesand

dreaded account of the damageit answer we will quote from the nalnncelntreaaurylastrulsrt..ti: PITULATIOX.. Sac TYPHOID all Packing House Pioduc s. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE FLA.
I on Weekly Tt5 S3: Fevers Cured by .
might do the trees, has
orange -- -
and without doing August 30th. In commenting upon 4)17 at) JOHl SON'S CHILL AND FLYER TONIC
come gone, '' .........
Total warrant paid by treasurer 4.u 27llnlanco
i much injury. Our growers can lIon. Frank Clark's DelA nd In treasury. .. ...... .. ........... :jni. :! .- -- .-- WILLIAM CLARKE.y";\ SW
speech favoring the removal of the Warrants issued Sept.4... ...... .... .... .182570ITBMI.KO : I -
now breathe more freely. From a Former Moldier
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: HFOKMTH.Balanro : -
--- capital to Jacksonville, the Talla- In treasury. last report .. ... .9 301 "Soltllers comprehend the horror of Fever
i THE in South hassean says : "It' (the capitol From Tax Coll., county nrliool/ levy, 1898.\ 14fI I Stricken. ('alllwll.ten sway from the base, ol Hup Fine Gas Fixtures Plumber anif'Gas Fitter Sheet
recent primaries .. .. .. .. .. Ie1W..34994 piled.. In mien plates Jolimion'f thill and Fever Roofing:,
building) be far from adequate ': .... .. TUllle came In You needed nrt Quinine or Cal. >-
Carolina shows Ben Till man to be may Krom Tax CollBotorpoll tax, 1WM 7 not
for' the accommodation of tJJetato'a rom Tax Collector; poll tux, late\ ....... 1800 IUH' |; liRe JohiiHon's Ton id, and you would pull lion Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs Water Closets ,
an unpopular man with at least : thrutiKli.' CHAM. F. WHEN, Everett ,Ua..
K r rom Slate Iruaaurer, rwlumptlon of land 130 UU\ City and Wash Stands. Copper vessels of all kinds and i idescriptions iI
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olllclala und the of
twenty thousand voters. If he had storage" Total rei-olpt... .. .... ... ... ........94U73UITKMlKH USE. : NO OTH Kit. IT MBEPS! YOU WELL re-tinned. I I
the State's valuable records. Here ---- -
had opposition the chances are he
:: : EXI'KMITH1KH" ( ,
would have been elected to stay at we have the ,testimony of a gentleman Teacliri'aalarlHH." ..... ...... .... ....*.$ 103 00ilulin A. B. OIRARDEVU
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I II AIIIIIK, salary county supt.' 7900 I
home. lie is too acrimonious. against his own interest, to B.: If. (llliliH. per 1 diem. and mileage; 'out Sole Manufacturer, Savannah, Ga. 37 Forsyth St. Jacksonville Florida.
the effect' that a new capitol buildIng member board. ..... 1200R. () ,
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K. Slit per tllem/ antmileages.memborhuard. -- --
OuR soldiers are still vamping in ia a necessity. Shall we reject ... .... 900
I. M HI IDII, rliom and mileage an --------- ------ ------- -
1'ekln, and It seems they will spend such testimony? Certainly not. ........h..rl..II".I.. par l ... ... ....400
The editor ia on the ground and I. K IX'i k.r, m'hool lot.TltiiHvllle Nn i.. Din.INIHrevanl
the winter in China. Winter cloth.
to H Hank, "01'1?linnno at('m-oa. !2114411
ring has been ordered for them, and knows the condition of the present L, It Kicker I bd'ic lii:>:u.u at ItiiHVlllo I (to PTLjL'' Jas. :5. :Sours
be hal'l on vloxa of rontraut) ..... 1//1106/ ,
Gen. Chalfee has received instructions -- building. Then, since there can be n I F I'atldlmm.. repairs on bil'B Huhaxtlan' H.'WIloo :! '

to remain In the Chinese cap no question as to the necessity of a ioHt'ph&'hlnwnrt l Ikassoy. ,,rent" 1-cl'tf at" Cocoa 1I1.bar1:10....... a/ tin) :E3a.y: cresin: : : F'ecl, :dour' ,
ital indiMHnltely. It was easy to new capitol building, we come with A (' IHttniar: MOO
lit I H Hank. ,IntoreHt on Inilnhtediipn ... 13 20K ire S
enter 1'ekin but not quite so easy provoking logic to the second question : li Waiter, pub Ball for bid. and examination l- 4 GRITS, MEAL AND COTTON: SEED MEAL. NEW GARDEN
to out viz : Will it cost more to construct uutlie and ktutlonery .. .. 1940
get again. I C II AVAlton exumlnittlon notice and SEED ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME.
------.- a good, adequate and audio- llnaiu,i..y'Dtateiueut: . ..... OHO

: TilE recent race riots in New lent building in Jacksonville thanIn Total expenditures ... ........ ........S10J370! Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to man or
York and Ohio 'uro conclusive evidence Tallahassee! ? No. Then why -- east.
Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotations.
,ii that human nature is very use the taxation argument at all? Remember that the INDIAN RIVER Lowest cash
much the same everywhere. ,Racial Any man whose! :State::; pride ia!! at ADVOCATE does all kinds of job printing prices. ,

predjudice is a natural concomitant such a low ebb as to make him pre I!it short notice. Send them an order .a Office: 124 W. Bay street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
and! be convinced that it Is the place to I
and will always exist. Socioolo- far the present capitol building have job printing; done. -
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rather than a few dollars of
gists who argue to the contrary pay
may be sincere, but they are evidently I extra tax, ought not to remain ina Little Drown Jug Water Filters .2.00 ESTABLISHED 1879. I IVTcl.

incorrect. civilized country. Soudan would I cud $:.100 Claude Walton, agent. ,1
be more congenial to )his tastes. Ifa .. .. -. :sOCS &iV 00.

VKUVONT has gone republican, new building is necessary, and For; Safe Cheap.The .
but not by so large a majority as no one denies that it is, then let us GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS
i in 1896.\ Local politics had muchto have it, and be sure that it is located sloop. Golden Rule, large and For catalogue: and price addressB.W.JEROME ,
in some place accessible' to all. roomy; 10 feet long; 1-1 ft. beam;cabin 21 6 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA.
do with the increased democratic
rt. long, 10 ft. wide, by 0 ft. high. Every '
f vote, but in the general election on I Can Jacksonville be improved upon convenience for water. Good chance togee Hock ledge Fla, Agt., for Brevnid Co.: We handle only the beat and most reliable becds. A complete stock of Hay,
I November the Oth, the Green Mountain for location? We think not. a party boat cheap. Apply to Agent for Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal Cotton Seed Meal, both blight and I,
'I Mrs. GKO. COOK dark at wholesale. State agents/ for Tygbrt-Ailen Fertilizer Co.
'! I state la. almost sure to give the East Coast for the Globe Gas Engines. Star Rrand' *"ertlll. On
Titusville, Fla. er rantced Analysis< ,Orange tree and Vegetable rertlllaor.Pure arouod
usual republican majority. Ver The Jacksonville Capital Association .1 lone NICrate8oda.lnrlateor lotitflh. Sulphate Potash Kalnlt. etc. These fertiliser have no I
''operlnr in the market,and
a trial will convince. 'aUlogae
Bond for( free.
mont is as strong In her republican has arranged for public -- --- .
ism us.Texas is in her the removal ---- - --.----- --
democracy.To I speeches, advocating
N ----- Dt I the State capital from Tallahassee THIRST APPEASERS '

,I I HEAD: the papers from Tallahassee I II to Jacksonville. The following ; 1 ? WATCHES CLOCKS

i and some other points in I II dates have been set for towns! on You rn' ,

middle Florida, one would be led to I Ii he'Kast Coast : Miami, .Mondry, w he

i l.i I believe that Jacksonville is a pesthole :September 17, 7:30: p, m.; West'aim ilred. Those who have once tasted our e, a ;r 11 . Jewelry Diamonds,
and subject to all the fatal [ Beach, Tuesday, September lelightful hot weather drinks never forget i J I'! I r ,>at t ,

diseases known to science. That 18, 11 a. 01.> ; Titunville, Wednes- how good they are. This season they t t a S. Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Present,

kind ot. argument is not likely to lay, September 10, 7 :30: p. m. ; Daytona ire better than usual. _--- Waltham Watches, eta

II# win many votes from Jacksonville I Thursday, September 20, 7:30: With every cash purchase of $1.00, a 11 11 II I Ila
I t in the coming contest for capital I>. m.; Palatka, Friday, September [ ** of sparkling soda free at LI u L FIRE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING f
j removal. How anyone in South 1,11a.m. ; Green Cove Springs, .
John R. Walker & Co. L A SPECIALTY.
Florida could prefer having the Saturday, September 22, 11 a. m. Watch Inspector for Plant System, and also foe Jacksonville A Southwestern K-
'I mipital remain in far off,'inaccessible ]Everybody attend; it will interest Dry Goods,Furniture,Millinery, etc. TI Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way R. J. RILES,

I Tallahassee, is to us a mystery. rou. PITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. 225 W. Bay St., JACHSONVILLZ, FtEAST -*'

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..EYES AND MIND.. Tibbals.

/EERTILIZERS.L THE SOUTHERN FRUIT CO.

r Mrs. Oeo. E. Andrews left for Palm

Beach, Sunday night, where she will
spend several days visiting friends. 10 ami 13 Bridge street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

r'r st Rev. Sawyer has engaged the Britt Use our Pineapple Brand if you want to meet Wholesale Fruit nn
1 Bros., of Eden, to remodel and Increasethe

of his plantation.We with success.
acreage
pineapple Wo cash for nil fruits and receive commission
pity vegetables) or on ,
are always glad to see Improvementsgoing
on.Capt. Riving; shipper the bonollt of the market.

Geo. E. Andrews took quite a PROMPT ItKTUKNS. OltI KICH FIITii> at LOWEST: IMIICKS..

.t large party to the Yacht club on ::Satur- GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: -We want--

1 day last, on his new and elegant launch, Ammonia ..................... .... ......... .... .. .... ..... 4 W \ pout. I'OMATOKS: : LIMKS: ':: IMXKArrt.ES, BANANAH: ('()('OA X 1"1"-1" : LKMOXS( ,
+ the Whistle Wing. All reported a very Avn11ab1eFhoephorltAcid.l .... .... .. ....... .......... .... .... .... ...'.....; II to I'.r
pleasant trip. I'otiuthKa. O....................... .......... ............ ., .. .... .. ................. e W 8 percent.rant OKANdKS:: (Ot'AVAS 1'1'r.l' $, POTATOKrt: ONIONS, CKI.KKY: : ,

R. D. Hoke, wife and two children of Price $30.00 PER TON F. O.'B. JACKSONVILLE, MHOI POl'LTKY .N1)14OG5.: : Address,

Jensen, were the guests of Mr. and !Mrs. THE SOUTHERN FRUIT COMPANY,

W. II. Harris, for a few days. Mr. Hoke
The eyes bave a potent influence over Is much pleased with the results of his 10 and 13: Ul'hlgtStl'l'tt/ JACKSONVILLE!: FLA.u .

the mind; first by strain accompanying shed over his pineapples, and thinks it a __ _
impaired vision, and again by the tax on :, good and paying Investment Largest dealers in
fertilizing material in
the nervous system. :No one knows likea
nervous these The Yacht Irene Bathing club met as
mental
person peculiar ,
conditions; our glasses relieve the strain usual, last Friday afternoon. There wasa PABLO BY THE SEA

by removing/ the cause. large attendance, and the weather and the State. ,

Consultation free, and glasses furnish temperature of the water was never better -

ed only after the most thorough scientific and the bath was much enjoyed by i

ocular examination. Repair work attended ,, allas was also the lunch, which was


the same to day promptly as received., fixed and returned served What after hail become the bath.of the money collected All GOrreeaponcloneo olioorfully amworotl. Property of the Florida East Coast Railway.Tho .

to put shells on our public roads?
Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG
Specialist. Can anyone tell? We hope it Is drawing Write
lam" for Special Pamphlet.
55: W Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla. Interest. If so, by the time it Is invested most popularKoimiilo report, In tho South.
In shells our roads may be shelled
- -- -- feet from end buts fronting the ocean mid boulevard! now
two deep end to judging
LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE
U. S. Department of Agriculture from past results in this end of the CO. offered for .ante :OO11t.t'lnll'rlc-t'N (for next io dajtt.Ooa.rtlcin.a. .
county. ,
Weather lJurcuu-Jupiter Flu.

The Pierce One and of the Miami conductors division of on the the Florida Fort :Tacks on.vl e. Florld.o.: : :E3"\lcl :ma.zi: A.gt.
following/ comparative state
East Coast H'y, Informed one of our residents -
ment of temperature and rainfall for the that more passengers get on and -- :J'J!: Kogan street, JACKSONVILLE:, FLA.
week ending/ Tuesday Sept. 4 1000.\
,
1000 off his train at Tibbals than at many of Eden. Melbourne. -
-1800-
the regular stations. This, of course, is
DATE. MAX. MIX. MAX. MIN. due to our Hag station being centrally Fort Pierce. Sebastian.Largo .
;29!I DO 80 85 72
located, and convenient to most of the Miller returnod from Fort
Miss Jessie
30 00) 77 87 75; OciC! .C nooDK<:.-Rwl) Kutntfl': and, I-oann.
31 00 82 88 71 people. Pierce, on Tucsdiy, of last: wrok.Messrs. Alone fur .tit",.", l.mulim and Liverpool and I> Hughlett of Cocoa wall In town
1 8S 75 80\...Iolnll" "". ,Hun and I'nitllnKIre r. / shipments of tnullott are going
Tyndall and Gilbert, of Wave- IiimirKiieo.. Hpxelnl, atlmiUun pall l lti Tuesday. Ho 'In always a welcome visit forward dally.
sailboats have placed their craft in good 1 .
2 8(5( 70 8i( 72 land I, were pleasant callers at this place, > the inteifiitii uf lion rttvltluntn.llOTKr. or to our burg. .
:3 87 74 8(1(! 72 harbors where they will remain duringthe of last week. -- -- -- I R. (I. It in.dee returned from.n business
4 8U 7(1( 85 74 months of September and October on Friday : ('..IIILKTONOpen: '. the year r..lln.l. IHiIlKlitful Lots of rain lately, with very high trip to Melbourne\. Tuesday .
which Is a very wine plan, as this is the Mis. John Hamilton and daughter, : of spot| to spoil' ,! winter or"itntnur. I.,.. winds.( A storm Is tcpoitud, but so far,
Total rainfall for the; week: 1.08 ..I..." on high DlulT 1 Dan, t'\IOIUIIH\ running cold dilnk
; overlooking the Indian missed establishment
when have
storm period, some very hoary Waveland, and Mrs. Hull, of Jensen, were Itlver. wo It.
Departure from normal rainfall for the Terms inniluiutu.KliANK
tropical storms drift III on us from the callers In Eden last week. near tho depot,
pleasant
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IIOIIKRTHON" ,
week: plus .07 Inches. Departure 1'rnprlotor. T. Howes left for Jensen oil Tuesdaynight '
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from normal rainfall since January 1, Gulf, and we feel much at ClIMe when we W. F. Richards. and family were the ----------- --_ to relievo thin agent thorp, who Is Mrs. S. Kttchlng returned home, Tuesday
know our much valued bouts are safe In JUT" Subset Iptlons for the AHVOCATK, after it two weeks' visit at Cooon.
minus 1.83; Inches. guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Goo. E.: Andrews going on a a vacation.

HAL. P. HAKDIX, Observer. harbor. of Willdalo plantation, on Sunday last. received tilt pink paper the of Melbourne I the East Postofllce.Coast, will be Mr. Stetson mid family returned from Stanley Kltehlng: him llnlslied shelling
The writer Is pleased to note that J.
and children Now York ( They the corner on Sankey and Dovtey streets.Thu .
T. Waters bus decided to clear up and Mrs. Henry Whlpplo returned ----- ---- -- -_._-- Sunday evening./ spent

West Palm Beach. plant In pineapples his property adjoin from Georgia/ last Thursday, Atlas Jessie Goodo went to Cocou Wed a most enjoyable outing. poHtollico U now ready and open
much to the delight of all their friends.A nesday. for business In Mr. Moirows now buildIng. -
ing the railroad station. This will add Mrs. Plaits and son arrived homo, Huturdiiy -

much to the appearance of the surroundings goodly number of Eden ladies attended We ate sorry to learn that !Mr Frank from their summer outing In .

Judge Jennings and Bob Davis were of the station. He also expects to the Social, 1 Tea at the residence of Mrs 'onkllns Is ill.Dr. Gooigla, much. Improved health:, Col. Rim IT nor returned. home this week,
In town this week. plant ornamental trees I and plants near E. J. Luce at 'fl hbnlH hint Friday after-
Tho Hov. Lane held services, last /Sunday : from Ohio, wlioio ho bus beun spending' ;
the station grounds. It is to be hoped noon. They report large attendance, C. II. Stewart one of Melbourne's the summer.
Senator and Mrs. Dimick are planning others will do likewise. and an especially good time. bnchelois these days. moinlng/ unit evening, .In Iii o' Muthiudint -
a trip north within the next week. chuitli, to |huge congiTnalloim. Tho cool winds and shower of the
Mr. Foster and boarded,) thenoithl and Robinson Louis J.ymlLII left, Wednesday. for
family Mrs. C. A. Robinson Miss pant week have ln>ou a great blessing to
Mrs. J. C. Stowers of the Palms Charles Ed: wards let utmr-d, Saturday'
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goes Jacksonville
>ouml train here, on Tuesday, for were the guestsof Mr. and !th a. Geo. on business. anti 1 all hi this vltilulty.Harry .
to Daytona this week for a ten days' from Ills vacation In South Carolina: ,
their 1 home at Sebastian. Mr. Foster E. Andrews their fine yacht, last Saturday
on Mrs.' John Goodo from
visit. came up Hose- has resumed his. former poslllou In bir.Coll'it ,
returned home this
hits been employed for several months lit on a trip to Gilbert's liar to attend land lust Thursday' fur a short visit.t Sample I
Fred Miller and family have gone up this place and Eden. 011 the different the regular! meeting of the yacht stole wuuk, (rom tVoith Carolina, where ha

to their pineapple plantation on the St. pineapple plantations, nnd hint won many clnb. Judgo Minor S. .Jones, of Titnsvllle, Minn Madgo ]loll returned, Saturday, ...pent the sum limier.

Luclu River, for a short stay.Mrs. friend both for himself and family. lie makers wan the guest of li: 1<'. Ulbbs, last Tiion- from a few week's visit alit her uncle\ Ivy Luwnon. turn the contract to hulldan .
Informs the writer fiat ho exports to return Our jelly : are busy convnitlmjthe day. llutliel Stewart, at llovlnc.\ Shu\ reports addition. on the sthool house. The
Perry of St. Augustine, is visit- delicious Into jelly of the finest
after giving its orange grove at guuva having spent a most enjoyable' I time.Wo work Is
lag her_,sisters, Mis. J. A. Giant and kind. Nome ,are not satlnllod until bliss O.itos, of South/: Melbourne was well under way.'
Sebastian id attention.Mr. .
Mrs. Gomez, for a few weeks. somejieei they ha' e made It so transparent, that the guest of I'oslmaster Goudo and family understand, J. F. Boll, of White Some mlserabto Icon nll'llopl'e,1\

The wheeler steamed and Mis. W. II. Harris had ft very they can read through It, but we don't IIIMI Tuesday. City, In running for County ( 'nun m isslun.or Jot. 1)). I.. (Gibson's homo on tho no.o
stern Cotirtenay. pleasant outing, hint Saturday: They for for this ,!I..tll't.. Mr. Hull{ U it mail of brush
down the lake Saturday to on the care "specs. MIsH Luelle Drake, of Mfllnbnr, was with I it nxe, nearly cutting! It off
go
joined Mr. Dodge, of Orchid, on his fattt spotless IIIIu/orllyI\n.1/ the <:County's'-
ways for necessary repairs for the coming yacht and sailed to FOlt Pierce. After II.V.. Richards. has completed the the Brown guest the of her filend, Miss !Mattle fulin would 1 be safe In his hands, shouldho Mr. MntcliKtt's. house Is !going/ up rapidly

season. spending) a few hours shopping they returned erection of a windmill for Harry Jennings pant week receive the commission. We WHI| | the first and second. (loots are laid l
which Is a beauty.. It Is an Aer Miss| Neta Canova of and the roof, Is I living covered this week.
The demand for houses Is beyond any on the (UlO:!() train both delighted round Kockledgo, all.1John you all success ,
far. Whilden Is bcselgod with their trip. Mr. Dodge( who hind the miner, which has covered tank In Minor of Illnmn, were plousant .. .
season so Mayor -- ----- ---- Thf. Stars and Stripe Hew at half
surrounded It
with applicants wanting live and contract to pulnt the elegant: residence Is the the tower most, ornamental windmill by a railing.oil/ the visitors to town lout! week. A good ninny consumptives would. bit moat mole, SHtuIdav, In memory' of M r,

six room houses. 'of Mr Harris( has given them first-class St. Lucia So/mid George and l 1'orsoii 1'11<"1114011, and cured and the worst cases oomfortnd and, John HnrilM, who died /at Tllunvlllo, last

The forerunner of the autumn equinox J job, which adds much to the appearance Harry( Wlllhlto, of Eau Gallic, spent lust relieved by using Fvlov's Honey anti Tar. Filday.Fole.

is upon us-nqiialls of rain and frequent of the property. Edmund Young, of Jensen, was seen Sunday In town with filoiids. S ii Kites t It to those ullilclud.. You ulniiilildo

of winds with the usual One of the busiest and most enterprising trying to tide a bicycle through this this a* a friend. B. K. Wilson A Hun. ,
guests high I place, last Sunday, but from the progress/ The Mclbourneltes who wont up In ) Kidney Cure Is u pure medicine
amount of at such men In our burg Is found In the person
humidity soiisons. and contains In foncentriued form
ho made: through\ / the wend on our\ boulevard Capt Buuiigeuu'ft yacht to Eau, Gnllie to remo-
of Harry Jennings, who has about attend the social deuce u line Rockledge. dies rouognlzad: by the mist ..kllifulof
The Ice cream social Thursday evening, completed one of this finest and most artistic and the disgruntled expression report
given by the ladies lot the benefit of the In this It Is on his face, we think It will be sometime tliim.Mm.. the ""UliolllllroC""lIloli! its tho most erTeollvo -
dwellings place. truly
band, was a social success, and netted before he attempts the trip again. J. H. Phillip.. returned last week agents/ for tho! cure of kidney and
model both inside and .
cottage outside :Mr. and\ Mis.' J. S. foals nail Ml sAnnlu bladder diseases II. U. Wilson A: Sou.
$.10 towards uniforms for the from Atliintit anti other
buying Is supplied with hot and cold water ami Mrs. George Saunders sailed down points northafter Gideon spent' Sunday with friendsIn
uutifrlendx ------
band. lighted! with gas throughout; the entire from Fort Pierce, lost Friday afternoon, ploasant. visit with relative. LnGrange. -

September 12th Is the happy day appointed building, and everything In finished In with her young Bonn, on a visit to her Maytown. '
Mrs. IC. F. Hatch nrilved here Friday
for Mr. HUll Anthony's mariiago the latest and best stylo. He has arranged ulster, Mm. John Miller, returning last MOM"rll. Sumner, Sellers and Kennedy"
to Miss Lucy Hill, of Washington, On. an elegant tennis. court, and grading Sunday afternoon! In the heavy wind came In from the :St.: Johns Klver sotllomcnt from Cincinnati, wheio sho has paused -

Glen Stiohm accompanies Mr. Anthonyas and preparing to plant a lawn. This in with the decks of the sloop well underwater lant week to buy a big stock of the last two months. Born, to Mr. mad Mrs. K.: U. hart

best man. the kind of settlors we appreciate, and We held our breath, and I mar.velell1t good from )Fee A Stewart.: Mrs. O. Id. Magrudnr returned'the first Augunt :Ulth, it line girl. Mother and

News of Dr. and Mrs. Houghton comes the kind we want lie has also had five her courage. J. D. Vrecland. New York, who was of the week from Val of and is still
acres pineapple planted, she has several!
that the house-boat :Dentos will bo anchored planting. We are now having frequent showers In town a short time ago, looking up spout Maytown Is on the boom; we will soon-

at the city dock Nov. :HOth, better which are making the face of the earth land to buy Is now pleasantly located at Mlsn Mntnlo Kiidwlna has closed her. have it peanut stand-real hot peanut

equipped and latest Improvements knownIn HOW BKIOHT'S DISEASE STARTS. smile. The pines are growing, also the Waba_,. We wish him success In his dressmukldn. establishment at Cocoa, anti An Italian wits In town !hint Mondaylooking

the dental lino. Indigestion, billlousnoHS, blood poisonedwith l weeds, and who knows It may not be new homo.Mr. returned to her homo In Georgia. for place to locate. It would

Announcement cards have been received urea and uric avid' (which should too late for a fall crop of mosquitoes, and and, Mrs.I E. I' Branch are enjoy Mrs. M. E. HIM and Mrs. Arthur Lap- pay him to open up Tltnsvllle.

of the marriage of Mr Joel A. Dean, have been excreted by the kidneys), rheumatic If,we have plenty of rain and good I wrath-have lug a visit wlh old friends In their old ham have returned from their trip| to J, U. James, our enterprising turpentine
last all winter. We
junior editor of the Lake Worth News, pains In nerves and joints, causing er missed they) may: home in 1'lalueslield, Ohio. We hopeere New York. While north they purchased man, retuined Tuesday' from" n tripto
to Miss Lena Moses. They are enjoying Irritation of the kidneys, then pains over their cheery song no much this long to see their pleasant faces once quite an extensive stock of[ very timid-, Jacksonville' lie reports quotations)

their honeymoon visiting relatives and the small of back, mark sure approach of summer.At more, as their home hero looks lonely Homo goods, which will be ready for Inspection low Mr. 'Imell i does nn extensive busInonn -.

friends In Georgia, and will return to Bright'H disease. Don't delay taking Fo- the present writing, Wednesday without them.. next week. at this place. employing. many

West Palm Beach on or about the 1st of ley's Kidney Cure, for It makes the k4d- 'morning, MB have all the signs of a cyclone Hc,Ud Carleton was the well selected Miss Maud Hardee: relumed dome hands.
nays right. Take no substitute. II. It. except a low barometer. The
October. ,
Wilson & /.Son. wind Is blowing heavily and sever spot to hold the social of the Chilstlaii hint Saturday, after 80111111111101"'. tinting Miss May Mllburn, of Port Orange
,
Senator the de- very Endeavor and Epworth League, lot In North Cniolina. Sin of
Dimick ,
acting upon al mats have to hunt a safe harbor. wall accompanied arrived last Saturday: to take charge
cluiou made by the East: Florid Seminary We noticed George gone Andrews' tine yacht Tuesday evening, About 70/ were present by her sinter, Mrs. George GliiKrnn, the school. Miss Mil I (mm IH tin accomplished

at Gainesville, giving the State Grant. seeking refuge behind Kettles Gland, to enjoy a well prepared literary and i and her little son. Mrs. Glngrns wise young! lady, nnd 1 the Muytownltos

Senator' the power of sending one Un late yesterday afternoon. It seems as If musical progaam., Herder, Joseph and not expected, and her coining was a iiiont fuel proud' over this nnw ufqulitltloii..
dent to the Seminary free of all tuition, Jack- which central Cuba Mordie Coupling with three violins, accompanied delightful surprise to her patents, and Miss 1I1'111116Y. who !had\ charge last session .
Mrs. C. F. Latham returned from a cyclone was over
except an incidental fee of *:3 per year, should be here this time by Miss MIrns on the piano, sisters. linn been assigned to a school neat:
sonville on Sunday by ,
Ferris Wm. M. Sunday. was tine mid the song by Herbert Conk-
,
Dr.
Itas appointed Hev. The Coooa school-house Is DeLniid.
have It progressingrapidly
If It Is coming. We prefer to /go: '
Burdine and Capt. J. B. Anthony a* an C. If. Mntteson and family left here, to sea, there is more room. ling was nlno due. The music by Uossrs and Is u very creditable looking -
examining board, the examination to beheld Saturday, for Jensen. Oslin, Martin) and Buaugean Is. always building, built after the approved plan
In Miami\ Sept 17th. Melbourneand -- ----- good l. and they all had. to respond to the for graded) schools.. Work has also been Ho"llt'cl" (hit (Ira VC'
Chas.: Christen went to
Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspepticlde Is the loud applause and repeatit The Misses begun on the town hall which will sand A startling Incident of which :\11".
Thursday.The
had return, on new and perfect cure for Indigestion: dyspepsia Mattie poke and Mattle Brown rendered koise {
NO BELIEF FOIL 20 YEAR.uI just bundle. the schooi- This hall John Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the
bronchitis for 20 years," said Mrs Miner sloop, Edna, of Titusville, stoppedover constipation, heartburn, nick their sotectlous on the. piano well. Comic will be two stories, the lower being divided subject] Is narrated I by him. us follows
va Smith, of Danville, III., "and at times here on her way south, Wednesday headache and all alls from poardigrstlon.; reading by Miss Lyman and Mrs. K. W.G6od Into four rooms, the upper )hiring "I wisp In a most dreadful corIlI LI"n. My
I relief until It makes thvstomach right. B. 1C. Wll- The fortune telling, by Mrs. one large hall for dances and entertainments skin
bedfast. almost
have been never got Geo. W. Scoble, jr., spent from Friday wise yellow, eyns sunken,
I bad taken Foley's Honey and Tar. until Sunday with his parents, la Tltus- son A Son, druggists, 1'ltuntlle.Banyan. damn, WaR enjoyed of the by older the young/ folks Nutsto of any kind. ton;(1)e oontiid. "wait continually In back
and also oues.
It Is pleasant and gives quick relief, and vllle. crack some and pinning the tali no the -- ---- --- -- .and nldes, no nppntlte-gradually, growing -

Is a sure cure for throat and lung diseases. Messrs. (I. f'. I'addtson, of Eau Gal lie, donkey were the sports. Mr. E. Taylor Ulcers, open or obstinate sure, aClldli.ud weaker day by day: Three physicians

." Take nothing else. B. II. Wilson. and L. Jorgensen.. of this place: were carried home the prize. Dainty refreshments piles, quickly cured l by Banner Salve, had, K!von me up. Fortunately a
-------- the most healing medicine In the world. friend advised trying Electric Bitters;
over to the Inlet, Monday. were .served by Mendames Frank
B. U. Wilson A M un druggist, Titusville and to my great joy and I surplse, the
Roseland. Misses Carrie Jorgensen and Sarah A few early seed I bed are being) planted. IloberUon, G. Snedeker Jennie laude and the Misses MattleHoke ?_ first bottle made 1\ decided Improvement..
Brown
Starck and Edmund Frederick were call A cargo of bean seed arrived In Banyan Mattle and I Mollle, Nicholson. All 1 I continued their eau for three weeks,
reporta
ulna returned from ing on friends in Mlcco, Monday.: this week. Georgiana. and sin now" u well man I know they
Col. If. D. fine time, and thanks are due Mr. and
his trip north. Miss Lizzie Benson left, Sunday, for Capt. Sharpe was down last week, Mrs. Robertson for the use of the hotel.Could raved: my life,"and robbed should the crave ofanother

White City, where she will make her future looking: over the new road.J. I. Mrs Ida Nelson, of Miami, Is up yllllt-/ victim. No one fall to.
W. P. Underwood, agent for the Gray try them. Only 60 cts., guaranteed, at
home. The best wishes of all her TllfJlvuuul Ing "tier father and mother, Mr. and IU r..
Gasoline Knglne, returned Tuesday from friends go with her. I A. Booth has a force of men building A Tongues Page: / this week. B. 1C. WIUou fc Son's drug store.

Fort Pierce, where he has been putting the new road through the marsh. nut express the rapture of Annie I I
Sa outfit for II. U. Miss Sarah Starck came over from Oak Willie Barnett, who has been visiting '
a two horse power visit her friend Miss Stormy weather without raia. The Jo:. Springer: of 1123 Howard J street, Philadelphia his mother at Dayton, for a few week, Cheap l-:,"II r"Ion11, 1'liint Hyuteni. -
Itronson. Lodge, Sunday, to i
Pa. when she found that lit.King's .
curl In the leaves of the trees I Is etpected,
Carrie Jorgennen. She left for her homein orange for to return to his grand parents .
We have had some very good rains scarcely came out at all. New Discovery Consumption this week, accompanied by his older
Malabar, Tue..l.y.Mutera had cured) her of hacking The Plant offers low
completely a System rate
which was needed by the orange grow brother La Pair, who thinks there U. no very
ers. Everything is now looking well Charlie and George Walker, of C. II. Casper vlnlted Banyan on Sun cough that for many years had made place like Indian Ulver. of fare from all points In Florida. to>

and the prospects ofa. good crop are Titnsvllle, returned to their home, on day. He reports the new yacht ho Is life a tiirden. All other remedies and Lake City, Live Oak Valdosta'rhomae-.

making the growers think of. old times Friday, after upending a couple of weeks : building for "old man Mac" progressing doctors could give her no help, but she Mrs. Sarah Allen and three children, vllle, Moutlcello, Jlalnbrldge and Albany

again. visiting their grandparents bete. finely aye of this royal cure: "It soon removed of Daytona, are down visiting her mother on Monday, Sept. 10th/ ,tickets good

Charles Stewart, jr., has ordered a the palo In my chest and I can Mrs. Mary Muosoo. who bos. been to return until Wept. 2oth. Partleade-

Kditor's Awful IMIffht. Hawthorne bicycle. from Chicago. He now sleep soundly, something I can sick for more than two months, butts siring tn visit their old home. In the red
That Throbbing Headache will use It on the Troplo-Banyan mail scarcely remember doing before. I feel now a little better. Mrs. Allen had been clay bills of South Georgia and West

Would quickly leave If you used F. M. Hlgjtfns, editor Seneca (I1L) route. like sounding Its praises throughout the very sick before she cam here and Is Florida will find It to their advantage. to
yon
Dr. New Life rills. Thousands :News- was afflicted for years with piles universe" Ho will everyone who tries not so well again since her arrival. Dr. address the nearest ticket agent of( the
King's -- ------ --
of sufferers have proved their matchless that no doctor or remedy helped until he Dr. Krng's Sew Discovery for any trouble Holmes was down to see them, Monday Plant System. or
sick and nervous headaches. tried Uucklen's Arnica Salve. lie writes Sick headache is the bane of women. of the throat chest or lungs. Price Mrs. Allen's little SOD, Franklin, was K. M. JOLLY, division passenger accent
merit make for blood and strong nerves two boxes wholly cured him. It'. the What II Is wanted Is not relief alone, bat COo and ...'). Trial bottle free at B. If.. also sick with chills before he came Jacksonville, VI... !

They and build pure health. Easy to take; surest pile cure on earth and the best relief and cure. Dr. 'Loral Ford's Dyspcpticlde Wilson 4 Son's drug store; every bottle down. It Is hoped our pure air and W. V. Lirscr, division passenger agent,

them. up your:25: cents money back If salve In the world. Cure guaranteed; will cure sick headache for all guaranteed.Do healthy location will soon restore them Tampa, FU. i

try cured. Only Sold by B. B.; Wilson 4 Son, only 25 cent. Sold by B. K Wilson: I time. It makes the stomach right. B. K. all to health again, with tb. good Doc B. W. WHIM: traffic manager
not
druggists.( SOD, dragglsu. Wilson A Son, druggists, Titnsvllle. you filter your drinking water f tor's hel lp. SavsnoahGn.. ,


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Potash. Invitation. SOUTH BOUND (Read )owa.) Corrected to Ang. 10,1900. (Read Up) NORTH BOUND

l blade of nove .. o.doJ 0..11 o.88!
d Daily Dolly No.27. STATIONS. No. 27. Daily Dally E
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' every grain # :: .!14 tUTka Lv..... ... ack.onvme.Ar'Y iii
fc'N toI Co) 61i1p 11 lOa Ar....... tit. Augustine .,.....Lv 9nIp II(0IIa H5aip
i i fI) IIlrJa Lv....... St. Augustine .......Ar 8161 9011557p1149a '
t all Fruits ........ R..in" ........Lv.. lIoWp 1IIIIa: t:1 b g
1::!(> 12061' At Eaoot, PallLtk.. ....... up 812a:/ )
., .3 :40p li P Ar......,....p..lalka.- ........ ..Lv : T tJ" !l-
Vegetables W 1 +,>> -.. 8tOp11MkLv..Palatka.. .. ., ..Ar 6tp: II 8U S' O VJe'S
1fl I '' Oll1f1Jen e do) d T26p Ar..t{ n Mateo.Lv. .. ... dom. p HF
have it. If nrr E H .. ... 8 Lv..S..nM..teo..A.. ''l'2IIp .: a CtI co
r, W 815p i:r i p Ly..JIwotp..I..ka..Ar: b26p 810. ,9 pQ I
-.. 12fI1' n ...........Ormond...........L.. 402p 84Ja: c:2:: Qb4
h is supplied All the world knows of the wonder y d 74J 187p .. Da7tons...,...... 8111p A81D 0 tr'T
ful cures which have been mode by d IUK'I 1471'' .. ...Port Oranp......... 841p 821. re B
W cd bmp a lOp to ........New Smyroa........ S20p BOlla 0 tI2
you can count on a full cropif Lydia K. I'mUhurrfs Vegetable Com Eo4 g ...... 211.Ip ....... .Oak HiH.. ......... N IIlIItp ...... Cye3
pound yet' some women do not realize = ...... 811I'1 ..........TIIUII..m............ N 22"p ...... p I!, Iv'n
that all that ia claimed for it Is absolutely K ...... 8111tp : ..........Ctty pOln"... ..... = :! .. .. W !I84 -
too little the growth will be to ...... <11' .. ......... ..CorftA .....:...... 147ip ...... OO ......
true. F 7.1'! C8 Ft ...... 8/1Up/ .........:.Rockhwlp.......... 't 14.1" ...... .... = ...
If all sufferIng women could be madeto ....... 4 zip: .. .......Etan G..lli............ N 11:1p ...... ..... OJ ttj
-scrubby. believe that :Mra. 1'inkham can do a r W: ...... 421tp ..,.......1tt..lbourne.......... loa" ...... (I) tnq
tea ...... 6t14p ...........Roseland. ........... 12 21'\ ?.... p.I: IIQ
i all she says oho, can, their suffering '001.14! ...... 611I.1' ........ I+baHt1..o. ......... i42' p ...... g" ate"e
1 :brad fur oiir book telling all about composition of would be at an end for they wouldat b F In ...... 61\11p ....... St. Lnole .......... 1188. ...... ..."' tdtQ ;:
1. 1.i !leers' but adapl.d fur all cropi.. They coil you once profit by her advice and becured. 'Il.t C3 ...... atop .". ..........Fort Pl..rc......... 11251...... -: (I) HO
tl uwnuiy. "' ..... 827p "........Tlbbal8........ Ii04. 7ry1'"
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VM p f F Eo4 .....: 61111' ............. &Len.'q: .. 110m...... I
1 rn".. ." irTT'W>RK<5 oiN......S,.. .wYo.k. There is no more puzzling thing) than to -r ...... a tap .........._ J..o..n ........... N 10 Ma ...... 8 .0.
t i _. ., that women will duffer to ...... 84111' II ... .Stuart ..... II 10 Uta ,.....
I great pain Tri-"r 0 ...... '71ip ....... Hobe Sound\ ....,.... 1014.. .. Free and month after mon th when every woman cck1r Sailings ...... ... ...West Juplt..r........ 100a:! ...... 0
knows of some woman whom Mrs. ; ...... 110'4 ....WeRtP..lm a.ach...... N 92t. ...... a
Accepted Masons. 1'inkTiam has helped, as the letters F ...... 827p .......... Boyoton......... 1I0Jla ...... ' I from BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ...... Beep ..... Deirap ...." 811111L..... ..
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grateful women are constantly .tQ. fn ... ... 9ZJp ......Fort Lamlerdale..... 8011a .. b
-- being published at their own request. -- ....10071' ,......:.Lemon Oity......... 7.111&:. ..... i'
i Indian The) name derangements which make Calling at Charleston, S. C., ) W :... .. 1015p AI'.. ....... ..Mt..ml .. .. ......Lv 71a' ; .. ... v
No. 00TltUSVlllO painful or irregular periods with Buffett Parlor Cara' ou__TraintiH5_ and 111.

dull backaches and headaches and The Finest Steamships Coastwise Service B.tw..eu Jaokwonrille, Pablo B.aoh and Maynort.
River drnKfrlnff-down sensations, injlie
) presently No.15 No.1T No.If* No. 1Daily .:.id.! MO.JO No.n:
u develop into those. serious inllamma- .-.- STATIONS. Dally Dally Daily I tluntun/ 8 on No 11II I
Lodge! Florida: tions of the feminine organs which The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. ex Hu ex>4u ex Ha only only: onlyTOtipMSOa Dathy
Irnldit, Ito meeting; the snoonil. and fourth Krl1wuf completely wreck health. Lv.J..k onvl1h........ .. ..... ..... .. ... 7 lOa 4 Up 7 ii i l iii1 OP 9 Btu FlOp // ...,.
( : aai-li" month, a" the law Armory Thou. Mrs. 1'inkham Direct bervlce Between Ar.PnbloBeitch.. ................. ... ... 74Tm, a26p 7I111p1t16plOOOto aMp 'T 80p U Ma ..._.
V11 l le, at 7,imi" o'ulork. p. m. invites women to 41 Mayport. .. .. .............. ... ... .. ... 8UUP 114Ui> 1080(1No. BOOp .. ..,. .. .. "...
A. A. Htewart.. Wornliliiful, Mater write freely and confidentially to her Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points .
H. It. WHuoti, Rnnlor Warden about their health and get the benefitof No Irt NO.IH! opt.: No.:2'4: oW: o2No,2dNo.00{ : N084
.. STATION Dallyexau Dally Dally Dally Sun Son Sna Sun
J.J. It.M.Walk IMumi" r.lunlor, Tramirnr.K. Warden. her great experience with the scot (Calling at Charleston, S. c., both way) ex8u ex tlu AX tll1 only I only only only Ballyv

I .. A.. Morgan, I Secretary ferings/ of women.: No living/ person 'BEMI-WKKKLY SAILINGS: Mayoort.. ....... ....... .. ........... S40a. .. .. Tonp gonalTttte 6hiIj. ... '

.T.F. .I A...(t'arnilhnrii"" iHley,Junior, Hnnlor Ueacon.K Itaacon.. the can world advise has you the no well. No remedy in Southbound......, ................ ..... ,.... ... .... .. ..... ... .from. t. wl. Wharf,,,Burton Ar.Jarkgnnville" 'Pablolkvwh" .......................... ..........:. ....... ...... .801110 640ta 810a 845n OSSp 8KOp: lOOUp 92l1p 825a1125 1111I"12000:" || a0lq l12fip> 101UD IISIIp 4 bop BHSp
r ? magnificent recordof ..... from loot of Str etjJaek onvllleClyde's
.. H. ChiiiMe, Northbound ... .. .... .. .. .. Hogan .
I, C. II. Will ton. I(11 Steward.. Lydia E. I'inkhanisVegetable, / Compound Between :New Smyrna and Orange Between. TitniTill and Sanfkrd.No. .

w I A.. KroKvber,Tyler.KIDNEY for absolute cures of female Junction. ,11 STATIONS.TOOaCvTr NollllOOa
St. Johns River Line. .lCity
ills Mrs. Pinkham's address is Lynn No.8' A 1'10S.. No.2 |NoT4 ... .-. Tltu vUl... ... ...ArLv T82fipilUUx
Mass. t AND SAN FORD. '"' : ) Lv..Now : rna.Ar: aor.p.Ship( TIMa ...........>MlntA... ...... .... J IzP4011plJlllia
\CKSONVILLE I .
BETWEEN .. Lake I-IsienLv/ 120"| 5u6p 82$1 .....,..,._Otttmra.ISntorprlxa..... ........ 1157a48OpI1201p
DISEASES Throo Letters from Ono Jacksonville Palatka,Sanford, Enterprlno!: Fla.and Intermediate laiidiugi ou the St.John's River. .Orange Wty.. llOp 44lip0oyl 81Ua! .......... ..,........ .. lIB11a
Woman ShowlnghowSho STEAMER .... !' .rvOrangeO'y Jet. \ 44up 11801\Ar ,. ... ..... Sanford.... ...... .
All trnlna. between New Kinymtt ..0.10rlLDge All trainv between TituBvillo and BwKford
i Sought Mrs. Pin kham's "MUKCHISON.. City Junction dally ex.'s t Sunday dally .exiwrt Sunday.
fatal of all dis
are the most Aid CAPT..W. A. SHAW. Tbetw imeTable. show the. tune at which trams may be exneotod. arrive aud dapart
and was cured ofSuppresson from several station, but their arrival departure at the times stated in not
Leave foot Catherine Street Jackson villa 5:00: ji. in., 'rU"R r eases. nor doe the Oompauy hold itself renpoi .ible for any delay or any oonseqnenoM arts
i is of the Men- Leave Sanford 8:00: .. m Knterprlite' 5:JO a. m., Monday and. Tliurndiiys... tnt therefrom.
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rni C Y'O' sos and Inflammation of Gen'l Passenger and Ticket. Office. 204- --W. Bay-St., Jacksonville.

s I iVLCI suaaaroodRemedy tho O varies."DKAKMKS. Steamship Connections at Miami.
O W, H. WARBURTON. T. P. A., M.IROYMCII101It.J.: !: Fla. Pan. .
!: PINK HAM-I have been I III State 8t.. New York. :NN West Bay tit.,Jack..mvBle, L'la.'. ,
In bed a year.! Doctors say I have C. P. WVKLL. A.t.Fla. SU't.. |JOHN. L. HOW A RI). 81ll.erlntendent. HAVANA. LINE. -

,' or money refunded. Contains female weakness/ I have a bad discharge aok.onYl1le.. Fla. Font tlolC'Ull4t' ,?.Ji.rkHollvllle, Fla. Leave Miami Tuowlaya..............11.00 p. m. Arrive :Key West Wednesdaye..11.00 a. m.
and much THO8. l). HALEY Local F..nghtAgont, foot of Hogan Street,Jackwimvllle, Via. Leave Key West. Wednesdays...... IUlO P.m. Arrive Havana Thamdaya. ........ 6.00 a. m.
I remedies recognized by eminent soreness across"" my TIIKO. O. KOKll.: Oeneral Maiwirer. 1)VM.) P VIYDJC CO., O"neral Agents. Leave Havana Thursday*... ........10.40a.m. Arrive Key West Tbarauays......, V.lWp.( m.
ovaries, bearing-down! pains and have Chmboroufrti UulldloK. to State Bt .New Leave Key Went Thurwtay.680p.m.. Arrive Miami FridavH. ... ......adoa.m.
physicians as the best for not menstruated for ayear. Doctors .. York--- .. .
say ------- ---- ----
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Kidney and Bladder troubles. the menses will never appear again. KEY WEST LINE.

Hope to hear from you."-.Mns. J. F. Co.I Leave, Miami Friday. .............,,11.00p.m. Arrive Key West Saturday.........11.08 a. m.
t PRICE SOe. and $&.00. bROWN, Ilolton Kans., April 1, 1898. Ocean Steamship ,: Lea1. v. Key Went Hundnyn". .. .... .. e.DO o. m. Arrive Miami Monday. .. L.. ..6.80a.m/ ,
u. t. WILSON & HON. "DRAB!: Mu I'ISKHAM--I aespngere for Havana can nave iltaiul Friday a ll.U p. n>.. arriving K.ey w e.. ta l1rdllY'
received 11 :d)0) a.. m.. and re main in Key Went until tf-OJ: p, tn. Sunday following. and a' that time leave
-- -- your letter. 1 have taken .. .
one bottle Line" OB the Steamship"Olivette/ arriving Havana Monday mor. .
and a half of your Vegetable Compound "Savannah For copy of local time card address _.
THE HOT WEATHER TOILET. and used two packages of your J. P. BECKWl'l'H, Traffio Manager. J. EX BAHNEB: A. G. P. A.
Wash, and feel stronger and better.' st. .Ulltlntt.
Fast Freight and Luxurious Passenger Route from .
.... .. I can walk a few steps, but could not -
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4l For nnbaro, Frekl,
before taking your Compound. I still Florida to New York Boston and the East.1rlelFrrifNwRaWleWleril'
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p p Uto.: -Simple Country ....Uo... ,
1 '' have the diMuhnrge and uui sore aeroay
fi I Sunburn, tail and frxcklus are all ro- the ovaries/ but not so bad. Every
\movable by slmincrluif a little pure one thinks I look better wince taking SDUTHERN RAILWAYO

castlie or palm. oil soup lu a cap of new your Vegetable Compound."-MBS. .P.iaowr .

milk until It Is an thick n I rich cream ] lloltou, Kaus., Aug: 13, 18U8..

but not too bard when cold. When "I>ICAR MHH. I'IMKIIAM think It's'

cool, stir lu a tra i>oonful bf lemon my duty to let you know the good that (o TIME
Juice to the cupful and keep for rubbing Lydia .;. I'lnkham's Compound has a LINE-QUICK :
done After I took ,
me. three bottles" ,
softly on the face after wanblns -T --

tjj It with warm water and soup. It Is stronger menses appeared and all and my pain I began was to gone.feel' WASHINGTON, ATLANTA, ;b

a.u abmird notion that soap Rhoulil Yours is the only medicine that ever t BALTIMORE, BIRMINGHAB,

never be applied to (the face and on helped me. I am able now to work a. !*. PHILADELPHIA
uncleanly cue. No portion of the per around the house, something I did not rZX5S MEMPHIS

Mon needs a more thorough clonuglu, expect! to do oIl'Bln.-MU8 J. Jj1.! UUOWN, NEW YORK CHATTANOOGA,

unlem It bo the hnuiln. The dust always lloltou, KansJan. 85, 1800. CINCINNATI ST. LOUIS,

floating In the air, mingling with Throo More Letters from
LOUISVILLE KANSAS CITY
the necretlons of the skin, given that ,
muddy complexion and those black' Ono Woman, Relating howShe and All Points East and WasL
:QTY LAN"X .AN"n f51:1: C>U"rES.:
t'' heads. that are Increased by a too rich was Cured of Irreg- NO
OTHER LIrE
AFFORDS
it 11 Blot and a bilious condition that In ular Menstruation, Lou- SHOUT RAIL HIDE TO SAVANNAH.
SERVICE LIKE THIS
ss}' summer can tiiBlly be avoided oorrhcoa and Backache Thence via Palatial Express Steamships from Savannah. n

A physician Buy that suulmru and DEAR!: MR..11NgHAMIameuffer- THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS.

h.j. I, tan are removable by iipreadlng over ins and need your aid. I have rains 4 each week 4 Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C.
5 tl>e five, upon retiring that beuzoated. In both sides of the womb and a dragging Ships ,
zinc ointment that Is prepared at the sensation In the groin. Menstruation THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL, \

ilrugglat'a aud wanlilng It off with soup Irregular and painful ; hare TO N"E "" YORK: Via Savannah and Charlotte N. C. J
and water In the morning. Another leiicorrlxiea bearing-down pains sore '
1 which alsd removes bliickheadu U ness and swelling<< of the abdomen. Making close connection with New York-Ituston ships or Sound Lines THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED, 1'
'' headache., backache; nervousness, an Via Jesup. 1
i I' :made by mixing two ounces of glyc-' can neither eat nor sleep."-MRS. CAR All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing: schedules.

lit 4>rln with ouo-balf ounce tincture bf BIll: run-ups, Anna, Ill., July 19, 1897. Write for general Information, sallloK, \! schedules stateroom I'o reservations or call on THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS, 1

lit benzoin one-half ounce of borax and DBAH: Mns. 'INKHAM-I want to E. H. IUNTON-, WALTER HAWKINS, Yla J.sup..
the juice of three lemons. It should thank you fur what you have done for Traffic Manager, Oen'l ARt. Traffio Department. !
not be forgotten that for the skin a me. When 1 wrote to you 1 was Savannah Ga. 2JI W. Hay St., Jacksonville, Fla. Through Vestibuled Trains Pullman Drawing-Room Sla.pIng < t

moderate two of borax lemon juice total wreck. Since taking your Vege Cars, Through Coaches, Elegant Dining Cars. 1 I
l I' aad pure olive oil soap la most excel' table Compound Liver Pills and Sanative

lent. For compounding them there are Wash, my 'nerves are stronger Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between 'Jacksonville and t;
I la and more steady than ever before, and Florida Central and
various recipes. Oatmeal too .. excellent -
Cincinnati.
i' being both cleansing and strath- my barkach and those terrible pains ., via Asheville, N. C., and Knoxvllle, r..

li Ing, and almond Hour paste Is unexcelled. are gone. Before I took youi medi- through "THE LAND OF THE SKY."
cine I weighed less than one hundred 4
That relaxed akin atilt greasy and thirty pounds. I now weigh one Through Trains via Southern Railway are now Operated
look In summer needs attention. hundred and fifty-five
Excessive the pounds. Your Peninsular Railroad.Unexcelled la connection with the Plant System from Jacksonville.
i, perspiration during medicine is a godsend to poor weak vv
heated term can In a measure be overcome women. I would like to ask; you why .
by applying to the skin with a 1 cannot have a child. 1 have been Summer Excursion Tickets, at very low rates,

oft cloth a mixture of cologne or married nearly three ypars."-MRS.CARKIB \[ service from Florida to all points on sale June 1 to Oct. 31, 1900.

Florida water to which has been add : PHILLIPS, Anna III., Dec. 1, 1897. For Rates
i Schedules and Information
on or address
*
N half the amount of tannic acid. DRAB MKS. PIMKIIAM: did Just as
When the moisture Is dried powder yon advised me, and now 1 am the North East and West 212. W. T. COS BY, T. P. A.
happy mother of a fine baby girl. I West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.
1 freely with baby or starch powder ,
RANDALL Passenger
believe I never would have had her CLIFTON District Agent, Savannah. 0a.
11 f I Another reclpo and one good 'to re- without your Vegetable Compound.- J. M. CUI.P, W. A. TURK, S: UARDWICR,

move sunburn Is to mix 'one-half MRS. CARRIB PHILLIPS, Anna. 111.. Jan. Two Trains daily between Tampa, Jacksonville, Savannah an.l Columbia, carrying Tr..Cln .\1 a of benzoin with twice much Wa..hiitgi.>". 1>. O.
ounce as S7, 18UU. Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping: cars, connecting at ColumbU With sleepers for Washington, D. C. Atlanta, Ga.
(, alcohol of and two
glycerin
ounce
one -- --- -
t ounces of pure soft water. Still au- Proof that Falling of the

1 other excellent mixture Is to make Womb Is Overcome by Washington Baltimore Phila. and New York.Also MALLORY

magnesia and soft water Into a thick LydIa E. Plnkham's Vegetable STEAMSHIPLINE..

cream. Spread over the face' and
hands and In ftve minutes wash off Compound. > with Clnclnnattl Sleeper via Asheville. Florida, New York
"IKAH MK8.I PISKIIAM
I wltb some mild soap and dry thor wrote to When I --- Philadelphia and Boston.
Ir you some time ago 1 had f '
'*
oughly. been suffering from falling of the .e From Brnnnrlck(direct),to N4w York.
Cucumber juice chickweed extract womb for "Dixie Flyer" .
many years without obtain : PA8SKNOEK SKItVICK.
i .i ud tansy are all good for removing log relief. Was obliged to wear a 1

... blemishes and Inducing freshness of bandage all the time ; also had bad Route between Ja h.on.ille and St. Louis via To make eonn ctlun. with ataamtr. lears Jacksonville
Car ,
the skin. Kxpretis: the juice of cucumbers headache and backache felt tired and Through Sleeping (Union ."'I)4)t| )Oil Thursdays via(Ciuntwrlaad Route). Iiy \i.lfernanillna
'
Rail
or"all
at : m. Meal.cn rOIl r I
well grown, und apply freely. worn out. After taking nix bottles of Macon Atlanta Chattanooga and Naslwille p. m. (Mant Hyntam l:3Un.arrive Hrnnawlrk 11.j 1O. Fa.. nK," ,lf
Chickweed pressed through a sieve Lydia K. IMukham's Vegetable Compound Lake City, arrival at Bnmawlck go directly aboaril: itcamcr. t
and four boxes of
Liver
I'llU, I
can be diluted with soft water.. The discarded my bandage and have not Making connections) for Kansas City, Chicago and all points In the Northwest PROPOSED sAILINOSrLv. k
old fashioned fresh tansy Infused In had to wear it since. I am entirely .N.w York Pier:21 E.R., .:II9p.m.. (Standard Time.) Lv.Brun..lrlL {

buttermilk Is also most excellent says cured."-MRS. J. I' TKOCTMA.I Hox 44, Friday Aug in... ...... ..... .COLORADO.. .. .... ... .. .... ...Friday A'' ay .
Hester Poole authority for these timely Hamilton Ohio. Through sleeping car service between Jacksonville and New Orleansvia Friday IT, ... .. ... ... ....RIO GRANDE: .. .. .. ...... .. ... Rrld4 l f
Friday 2-&. ... ..fi JLOKAi). ..... .. .. .. .... .. ..Friday, I'
A toilet notes from Uood Housekeep "DKAB:: 1\RII.\ PINKHAM-For nearly River Junction and Fensacola. Friday 31..... .. .. .. ....... .RI<> (ORANUB: : .. .. ... .. .... ... ... Friday, e rl"
ing.ll. two years I wan unable to work. I Friday Sept 7....... . .. ........ ..COLORAlXi... .. .... ... ........ ...Friday,
( ....r ".ela Cotton lit Take t. Pay was very weak and could not stand on Full Information on application to any agent of this company. For lowest rates, reservations and po.r&lI.formaCloa.apply to ]

The Southern Farm Gazette says my feet but a few minutes at a time. BASIL OILt, Agent 230 W. Bay St.Jaell:80Dvl1l":
truly that one-fourth of a bale of cot The doctors said I had falling and In. A. O McDcincll, L. A. Shipman. H.RAYMOXD: General Southern Agent Brunswick Oa.

will not at price.It flammation of the womb. 1 began to O. H.lKA.1.LORY'-..General Amnts.Pier XI. K. River and 8M Broadway.N.T.
''I ton per acre pay any use Lydia Pinkham's: VegetableCom-
U only when half a bale and more Is pound and after using five bottles' General 1 Pass. Agt. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.

made that the farmer gets pay for hit feel like a new woman."-MKO. P. II I I JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. The ADYOCATE does neat clean Job Printing.
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labor. Bu.... Confluence.. Va. '
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TITUSVILLD. Continued from Second pnse. SARATOGA SPRINGS. N. Y. '



INDIAN RIVER I30TEZJ, OWNER: I 1)ESC1tI1'T1N' I I F I iy j' I I ]'j EVERETT HOUSE, SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y.

TITUSVILLE, ,
Maria Rarot. . Lot 411. lter0ell's addition hi TI.tueville This beautiful family hotel will open for the Iflth season, under the lame

INDIAN RIVER, . . . 3 22e 3.,1." 1111".t management on June lit, liKMl.)
FLORIDA. H J"rke. 0. Lot 4:1: Rt'rdell's addition to TI- :Now plumbing with tne latest Improvement, has been put In throughout
+ b-- -alt tIl8vIII. . . S 228 3:1.: 111 the cntlie house, and It bas also been newly l'ulntodlulIl rcfimiUheil.
8 F Gray . 0. . Lot .14, n..rI..U's "ddltln)n to TI. The hotel acoommodatea two hundred guest (at reasonable rated) and baa
tu..villt! . . . ::1 t 22" 31.: fII: live hunh'ecl.ftl"t of shady'plAZK: >
J. G. BAST, Proprietor Ceo I nhlun. . . Lot 41! Ht"rdt"Il's" addition to TI. Tho location, Opposite Windsor Hotel on South Broadway is one of the.beat
tu8vlll. . . .t :J :l8: :3.5.. ::11\1\ In Saratoga, and only one block from all the principal springs.For .

8 J Yard . . Lot 'III, U..r.I..I1's addition. ttl Titusville. terms and other partlculam, I\.tIl lreas
a' The hotel fronts on tin . . 3 I 22. :3t." 4I.r :\ 1' 1\[. SUARKZ, !Saratoga' Springs N, Y. ,

wide sweep of bay(7(( mile; a WII..y. . . Lot 11-1, Ut"r.It"Il'1I" addition to'1'Itusvl11. -.
In width), formed by the .. S ::228 ::11\1\\ 147It -
Indian River, making it i 1\ H Archibald et al Lot I tII 9, Rerelrll'e addition ttl'I'Itu8vlIl. MANHATTAN IIKACII, X. Y.

9 v 5 e. t delightful summer re- ... . . . 3 2211 S.'I" 111S ___ _____ _u ___ __ __ h_ ______._ 1

ni 711N a ih Ill t? sort. Constant ooo F Gray. . . Lots 1111 and 711. Ut>rdell'8 addition ...Maiiliattuit lloiu'h Swept by Ovvnii. Hrc e..t'M.. ..
breezes from the sea am : tt .: 2211 350\ 141Ul1kno'n. I

bay. Flowing sulphuspilngs. . . I.lIU71to t1O inclusive, n..rllt'Il' .American Plan,
Mfeli4FIHii.fjBuiTtlrir'f || Special summer addition to TIIIII\vllh.. . a 2213513 1 47URkuown. ORIENTAL HOTEL JOS. 1' (JUEAVKS: <: Manager.\ ; Also Manage
rates. Inclusive It'r.ldl' of hotel Alomar\ St. Augustine, FIIManha"ttan \.
. . Lots Sito87 ,
addition to Tltu14villt! . . S 228 3:1. 1 47Unknown. I

__ ___ .. __ __ . . Lots MM 10101 Iuolu..lvl. Uar.Il'Il' Beach Hotel 1onro: f"NCh'1lnnager.' .
.
T. F. ME1
u
addition to TltlltIVI. . . :S>> 22. :3.e 1 41Ullkl1own. ,

Titusville Boarding-louses. . . .1.ot8I 'J tn 117 Inclusive\ U.'r.I'II'l'I'
addition tnTltllllVlllt' . . 3 228 35" I'9E :! Grand Concerts Favorite Opera, Brilliant Fireworks, (Golf Ocean Bathing,

(1 1Iarris. . . Hinck'::14. plat III d\.1 book I pll/tl/ SallliiK\ FUhlnR< boating Itlcycllntt! etc Fifty minutes from New York.
,111)) . . . .1 22s 3311; 129
GRAY'S Boarding House TITUSVILLE FLA. 19 G Harris . .i.JlhM'k 3\: pint In deed book I page Temperature seldom varies from 70 degrees. Just the place to upend the

r.o.\ . . .. . . 4 2211 :i3e 1 ORE Summer. For information address Office of tile Company 102: Drond', N. T.
Pleasantly situated within short distance of Hallway Station. Special G 1II1rrl.. . . Block :111, l'X'pt South ItMI f\t. .
hook 1 SOS: 4 l211: 35\\ 111MOtl .
attention given to Ladles. Transient rates reasonable. Special weeklyor I'll\t III deed page -
1\1t.t\ g."r. . left .11, plat i III deed book I pngn6o5. I>KAI, UICACII, N. .T.
monthly rates. / \) . . . . . 4 2214 3Se 1 S3E
MRS. JULIA B. GRAY, Proprietress. B I\ltlhol . . ..UI!! of block 4." plat In hook I

I _n __H -- n. .. page 603. . . . . . 4 21I:! 3,5e. 1 CI\: HATHAWAY INN DEAL: BEACH, N. J.
I JACKSONVILLE.MerrittNeg E G Ilarrls. . . South :2'!::! acres Government lot I, ,
described III deed book "0,"
:/lI'I.!/ . . . . . page. 4 22M :t5tt 23 3 liT Hathaway Inn situated on a plateau about forty feet above tile
C n Gwy"n.. . . .1Iitlrth 2T acres Government lot 1, RC.II level, In a largo, elm and maple grove surrounded by beautiful
oi.i CAHMCTON..... described In decd' botlk "M" page/ lawns, from which, a !grand ocean view U had. Oolt In a great: feature
Hotel Rathbun :2! 1\\). . . . . . .t 1 2.1.: ::15. :27! .11131V : at Doul being the Hlto of tho finest golf course and 1 club house In the
F Fllt'h. . . Lot 0, )[Morrow's ahlllion to 19U1aville. -
Jacksonville, Fla. . . . . . 4 2211 356 :266nBEinig country. Hathaway Inn only caters: to the moat desirable class of

Market and Bay Streets, fronting St. Johns River. American plan. . . .Part tlf lIort hwt'f yj and part ot southwest J.4 of particulars. Apply to
ELECTRIC ELEVATOR, Street Cars from Depot pass the door. northeast. "I.tioll 4, 1'o'lI14hlltllth ) A, L. .\ C. W. MARSH, Proprietors

Family hotel steam heat. OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Grill :22!:!, !\( ; 1 range 33. east ; see pInt "
; book No. 1 I.PIlg'1!' 32.: :! . .1 22s:!. :130: ;) 21 1i1):! --
rooms attached Florida trade especially catered for.tfc Rates from 11. E. Key and 11. L.Gnuldeu. CI.A IU'NJON':: MIMUNUS. VT.

., . . Part tlf northwest \1 tlf northesstt -- -- -. -- --, -.-- -- ._- .-. .
$2.50 to $i. per day. Special Summer rates-rooms r 0c, 75o and $1 with baths. -- -- -
? Section 4, TuWh14hll22} 14ulltll'
C. A. MERRITT, Lessee. HllnjCt': ;;", east; described dreg Clarendon Springs House and Cottages .;.rlnVt.
book Y, pages 222:!\! and ::110. .t 22.. 35e 7lv 2:! M .

M, 8. JONIt: Jr.. Tax:!: Col1t'l.tur, Town of 1'1I1I..v\1It.\ .
WINDSOR HOTEL... JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Located In beautiful valley In the town of Clarendon, "mollA' the green hill
- Vermont at nn elevation of 1,2IM: ) feet above the level of the son, throe mile.
Sale. from Went Rutland Station, on tho I U. .1 II. H'y, Their location very aro sU
IN illcml oiucriT C bio from the tu-omlnent, cities of New England and New York, being only seven
Cuunty.: bourn from New York. A. M. TAYLOIl, Manager.
E. O1 A OKCRKK: .
Frank .' .
., \ nntored the 1. -
Kxenutora Klirli K.of ; .. JIIU..ll.lrlut, .. 1I1'NUI.arHN\'II.I.I'I' ., N. c.
of John Month, } < Cimnly, In a cau'0 _.. ._ .
-- -- -- --- -
l l wluht W Tuttln -- ------- --
-vsr .l I I'. lllniiHik .., al.! lOre
t, 141. r. G Ga : f.iunm):. : I .. / \ I \\"ht''
a I I !
|
To I>. ,'(' A, I)., list,
: .
WI\I4hlnlton, l Open all the year. Altitude 'J,5.0: fret The diyent rllmate In North Carolina
..10 to the h/gh.et.nd
The I solicitor: : \ :::\ : \ : lollowluif ilHwcrlhed (loll; links. Twenty-llvoaoi' h""llllt,11C1'ove, One hundred and twenty-flve"
above entitled 1 < County, KlinliU,,
tlmt In his ; bedrooms. Electric llnlitH. Steam heat" Klovator, TOIl1l1.001l1.t. Ball loom.
lilMKto' or the ( l | ) \ ten (lov In Townalilii'
side at the City' ; <:! l an .. thlrty-aevon (ar;) Mineral Springs) Ilutli! rooms 'IVn-ln alloys All ,modern conveniences.
.
Columbia. : ) { eanepllogthen fron
twantlttue )'e... one tern ImloiiKliitf For fiitthor Information and rates, address
OPPOSITE CITY PAUK. OPEN TIlE YEAR ROUND. | |
thin Mutts n" aa followat !<-
RATES $2..-)0 and upward. DODGE CULT.ENS. would bind yon i ; ; of four, ((4))ami llf 11AKUKN ." Wit<;.F.Llr.n, Proprietors llondtirsonvlllo, N. C.
: : 'tl ;
Now then.+ I:: : :; toroth:: linn: of Hccllun I
near to the I) | I: "' dogmas' W mt HvetlV( ]l No oonsiimptlves! taken Npoclitl rates for June.
'i : I';{ ; :
clerk'n.: olllcu of .'. In a Himtlmaaturly. .
West upon thoFIKST of the creek to the --- ---- ----- ----

WESTMORELAND HOTEL, BJACKSONVILLE, FLA. : j:::: ':,: ;i i::= : ; ':links North A.no( nlone clialna,until I ;)

It In further oonlalnlnK\ about OHM Hotel Imperial lllSNDEIt ONVILI-K, N. O.
American and European plan. Centrally located.. Just built adil l open- with an llttlu l !: .
COAST ( \: l (I fl) of Bwotlon fiften11 ,
cooking and Rood table. Hot and Cold Water iCHnnral ....." ( ) | ( nontslngall)
ed this season. Fine Hiiocemlve ,..' : : ::: : ::, :; It five and i Hnvenry. Table and. service IIrllt-ollllllt. Ball room and orchestra. Bath suites
Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All the lute, or till ( h ( ) the aonth .1010.( IM)
Baths, Elevator, etc. hy mall to each, | r at shut hesat corm'V and all modern appointments Modutnto\ rates and special, rates to

street cars pass the door. Rooms 1 fiOo, 7i5o and $1 a day. Rooms and aililrcHH HOIIHA iliHirof, gnu 'J :: I ( I ..five huudniiltha(A).chaltiH, hence lltni; ) fitmllles., Apply to MUM... I', If. LOVE.

.** aontliiirly. ., alontf( ..
board ( to $2.fiO day. IXinaaml
$2.00: per of
,' thenva e nt It |point -
Mrs. A. J. WA LKER Proprietor. vllle,
: I.. line. "iiiarti| (I11C)
.' ( ( ) nfhicn (HA), .1..-
S.sal. : 1 t ; at aonthenat corner PLANT SYSTEM.The
( '-1 ( ) cloven and thirty .
.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. OKO M. '''' ) : ) thenm west ten
Duval Hotel; (((/low rlvurtoxmthlineof\ )) chalna to the

riRCUir ( I lid Zits to point of bee
IN dli'lal. : .... Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections!/ !
Opposite postofflre. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired 1 and re County. 1,. I,, (lA III.I.reN.
furnished throughout. Liberally conducted. . Tho Bin-modi .... H|>eolal, Mnnter. Trt the East via all roll The Atlantic, Coast Lino via Cliailenton, Richmond
novated. Newly ve tmoui,(' "' '' [ : [;.llauK-VHMtp] and Washington. Tho Southern! Railway" via Mavannah Columbia
Rates $2.0:; per day and up. in. }
ami l
Washington
W. SPERRY, Proprietor -V KWilliam -
aRVRNTII.yli.:
: \ ", In and for lira- the West Tile' Southern R'y via Jenup, Atlanta anti Chattonoogo, The L All
To 'William ""
York City N. N, vlit' Montgomery The !Huutliern K'y via Mavannah Columbia
An affidavit and Asheville. The M A O !H'y via Montgomery.
.. /
The Traveler's Hotel. entitled the milliMUir stilt / } To the East' via Steamship Via Savannah and Oonun' S 8 Co., for New York
that you are .. ) i Philadelphia and ln".tIO. via Savannah! and I Merchants* Miner\
t\ and rtmlile aa Transportation Company for Haiti more.
tent from the \ l .--
bpfurethe ; 'To Key West and Havana, v151'ort'pnmpn and Peninsular A Occidental! Steamship
days Honor
( MRS.\ N. F. GARCIA Proprietress. there la no of ai'plT' aald to Court the. at Tl- 'To Nova H'IIUI', Jape (llretnn and Prince Kdwards Island, via llonton and Canada, i iAtlantic
y JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. ultpiMina upon : the Court may ..n.II'lnnt Htoitmsltlp line for Halifax. Hawkwbury and Charlottestown.ISUMMIIlI1 .
.
\ Now, ..'.
? Electric Bells Complete Service. to the lilll of "
Electric Lights DAY OF KTOHER,
the Clnrk'a Of AdaUiitetntrlx.'n : :: :: 7XGIIIt: ION TXOXJlDTS:
I THE BEST 12.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA 'irula., upon .r"'r aa f can lie
FIRST IJA .... tu sell the unill- to all Hummer Resorts will \bo pinned on sale until Soplembur :al/th.

t dp: Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Traveler'sHOTEL It belnu the of. my.. minor It. llllow children, jr.. The PLANT SYSTEM la the only line from Florida with through Sleeping-Car

I. nile day of this "" ". land, to-wit i Service to the summer resorts of \Venterii North ('nrollnit null( the mountain.* of
t Mock 8, Knollon M,
1 JACKSONVILLE, FI..A.cI with It la..further. little' 1 { \ HA FjMt, Titus ail til t- Virginia. For Information an to rate, slueping-oar service, etc., write toW i

OXFORD, Opposite St. James Hotel COAST Florida, and a I ; "el;l 1..1.. JIll a..IIIO Kaat,,Koliblna Hectlon B. DEN HAM General Superintendent' Savannah, rJR,

i' a week, for .." .)all In Hrerard. F., M. Jolly, Division Paisenger. Agent
comfortable
t of the city commodious rooms, ant '
all within
Ii Convenient and to special parts efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant ''''Iyor twenty this : M. WOWKN 13ti West Day HC, A.tor Block, Jacksonville, Fla.,
homelike, of the F.ataUinf
:
stay.. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jack mall draw of to the I.ui'lun H. 11I1I1..w. B. Wrenn Passenger Trafllo Manager, Savannah Ga. j jtIYin

sooville. above.. Petitioner. [3lanlMoJJI: .. -
. MRSM. O. FINLEY Propr. Done anil -


-- 1'AIILO nl ACJ[. -, !I-{ tuarllla.. !)!) I7., l(4t a Hobby Have Not i iI


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Ocean View Hotel PABLO BEACH, FLA. Hobby for 5
-
Is Cultivation ol/ Found What You Want
!: : : ; 5I
East Coast Railway now \DPR
Ocean.front.
The Hotel is located close on the U nf / ; .
controls and performs the service between Jacksonville and Pablo Beach. snit ('.,,, I

!t, Trains hourly low rates of fare and a commutation ticket will be placed of nth Florida d"y"f In by mall postpaid, .'or" Home, suppose you take a:trip down and 'look at our

'.. on sale on opening of the season. The cuisine and table flr U-laaa. Fresh Sarah Brady I llower McF.:; .a' :': :' : jt ; i bluorners. 0o. Fruit and Garden Lands along the.

Fish, Clams and Fish Chowder every day. The bathing pavllllon Is superior at pnlHi ., single plant.
door at ../ .
In Its appointments. Meals IO(> each, $2 per day. Weekly rates upon theFIRST. East Coast P

$10 to $12 according to location of room. Rooms ensulte and ..Ingle.A. : !: MAIN,

M. DECK, Manager.ST. to the highest Arizona.:
lowtufc """' *
- county Heiclnnlng' of Hr.':, : : Settlers are Docking In but still there Is room. If you are

AUGUSTINi. 3.dunning: Hectlon. thence XI' ; : .: ; looking this way drop a line to

.. .' S... 2.S cbaina, ACADEMY 3rdVice.l'n"llIent.
...FRONTING ON THE PLAZA... river River to, thence the : ::=::: : I I :; .lalong JAS. E. INGRAHAM ,

ALGONQUIN HOTEL AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. the .. FLA. JLOKIUA EAST COAST R'Y,

,\till U1. dredtb iMiffinnlnir, iuJMi, ;> :, : ; :: .( and Boarding ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

' .r Centrally Located. Special attention to Commercial and Tourist the the llowrr oranite alma, slat cr". !" :'j:: : : : : ; and Girl*. -- -

Rooms. Grand View of Bay and Aucjeot and
i Travel. Large well Lighted: Sample E1aug2Asep $ ,

I k Ocean from verandahs. Rates *:i to f2.l)() per day. Music Drawing

Irk."i, F. (t. HAYDEX, Manager. Training. JOE PHHTTHTGOF
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TVTOTICB: '
II I\. day lpeetua. ALL KINDS !
: PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. .ace :r.rI ;
tor my ..- Principal. II
taw of JV..t.... .
for ROOMS ONLY. It 1s centrally located, near County Judge \ ExecnUd at the ,
This hotel U now open rlorlda. re alt., '001| will
Poatoffice. Bank and Cathedral.
__ Rooms; l 5cU to *1.00 per day; $1.80 to '.00 per week.V. Oco. )(.& .... excellent adver ADVOCATEPRINTING I OFFICE.EAST .
D. SANCHEZ, Manager. Attorney for


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BIRTHDAY, WEDDING OBIT )ARY. S. W. CARROLL, W. E. GOLDS U"'II. I :EL L_ :: 3R.A.DY:: dz ::SEO.DEA ..,


.and.. Goldsmith. ,ERS IN-
Carroll &
< Rebekab Smith born I In
SMITH- was ,
Anniversary Presents. Ireland In 1835.: and died in 'fltu.vllle, I Dealera In- GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS,
Florida, September lat, 11MH). ,
The subject of Ibis aketch was, I In FRUIT AND VEGETABLES We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS.
nooJi9 many respects, the most remarkable w< GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consum
man I ever knew. At the age of fit tee' Tour Solicited.I ers. Write us for prloes on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.
JEWELERS, I years she formed a strong attacbmei I Crockery, Glass and Tinware.I FLORIDA.Patronage E. L. BRADY BRO. TITUSV'lLLE, FLA.

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA for Mrs. Albine Brady, then a residet TITUSVILLE .
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i all tlell -
of North Ireland and foraaklng -- -- -
-I rI of Hash and blood, she clung to her lor Protect

.THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,, !! over beautiful half aa a It century was constant., with A devotion Never one,1\8 COUNTY SCHOOL- BOARD. Robbins & Graham Co INSURANCE5 property Against FIRE,

I In fifty years did abe manifest the least The Board met on Monday at 8:30: a.
; r ''I Brewing Asso's, desire to sever her companionship with m. The Treasurer's report was receive (Incorporated.) LXc-EJTN"JN"G-:: : : .find OYOLC: : :Se
, Mrs. Brady; never once did she< and the Mutual Life
I I all the ]leading Fire Insurance Companies,
or look, betray the faintest wish to go financial statement. represent
Ho
j li Fainnun St. Ix> .111 l Keg and for Bonds( of the City
tied Jtoor, back to her native country, or to rene Ordered that the. Mima Colored Schoc This company owns Insurance Company. Am also Agent Surety
Co. of Philadelphia, Pa.
the of long She wall in October. Invest. Safo: Deposit & Surety ,
acquaintances ago. be opened first Monday
fk>M by Men: IxiHlny, Fla.&.; MotlovTltUHVllle happy In the homo in which aha seemed Ordered that the offer of the patron I I L..6.t'T::: : D S., For Rates: Information, etc., call on or address CIIAS. S. SCIIUYLER,

My Mr Tt. L. Motlow,Cncoa, Pli to have been grafted-grafted; in by the of the Colorea school No. 102: to rate In the Indian River Country; On the Si Tltusville, Fla.
., By Mr. W J.'heker, Cocoa. ontl ties of love and friendship that only th" $150 wards paying for school house and
Fort rierc-e, Fla.. hand of death could rend asunder, furniture be accepted, and that the Su- Lode River! ; at New River and on IJay '

Miss Smith's devotion to children wa perlntcndent; make such changes aa be \ Prices to suit the times. :
I' Biscayne ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE
JOSEPH ZAPF} only excelled by Him who said: "SolTe may find necessary, and seat the schoc INDIAN RIVER .
the little children to come unto me and properly, using; a part of the furniture Send for Land List. '

Sole Agent. forbid them not." Mrs. Brady's children of schools No. 4 and 22. Offices at Titusville\ and Miami, Fla. FLA.
{ R were the objects of her greatest lov Ordered that the building committee Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention !
r : : -a love that to me seemed to partak of Cocoa school be advised that the motto.
010 to 020 West Bay: Street, paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my
more of heavenly purity than of eart.bly), Board expects them furnish the School
iI I affection. house, and that: the appropriation already Brevarl Abstract of Title Co., T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.

1I' JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Miss Smith was the one person of my made will not be increased by the ___ __ .. __ .. t
acquaintance whom I regarded a. uttel'ly) Boaid. WILL FunX18HAbstracts

ltrr7 Choice unselfish. It wall the suffering of other Ordered that School No. 38 be closer: of TitleFOR EAST COAST MATTRESS FACTORY.Wool .
( I } that appealed to her-never her own. after the 12th of October unless the patrons .-
j'' Wines,Llquori although; she was for many years a great unite In supporting' the school. LANDS IN-
s.I v s Crib mattresses made to order.
Moss and Fiber Mattresses.
Cotton
I I i and Cigars, physical sufferer./ She was never happier The bids for transporting the pupil\ ,
I to e than when relieving the anguish of exceeding the cost of operating school Brevard County. Renovating done on short notice. We keep a supply of different grade of

Guaranteed Pure. others; never so radiant and bouyant aa Nos. 37, !s and 1, It Is ordered that tbes< Office at the Law Office of Pillows on hand.
Sold at reduced when contributing\ to the enjoyment of schools ho continued, and that their con TItuavllle Fla.
c priori some one olh'er than herself. All CIIIIII' solldatlon be deferred for the present. GEO. M. ROBBINS, EAST COAST MATTRESS FACTORY, ,

? {I tl 1 I ImportedTokMj magnitude. Modest[ and retiring, to i a pay Mr. Decker when the schoool hues I .
n Wine, flullt. she !shone only Into the lives of Is finished and accepted by the tin per intendent !
.'d from Italy. those nearest to her. But the splendor and Mr. Dixon, for lobe Board. Fish Fruit Barrels Etc.
of that lite\ have left an Indellible ImpreH... East Coast Meat Market ,

I li ( John B. Togni don upon the few and though goo Allen llalverson.of West Praiiie, WIs.,

I Metropolitan Saloon, m: East Bay St fl'om earth, her jooJ deed are reflected says: "People come ten miles to buy Felay's U. F. DUREN, Agent. i ir I Ic
upon the canvas of time and memory; while J. A. Spero ,
Kidney Cure and Fruit Barrels either in
r== We are prepared to supply the trade with Fish ,
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. like the tlnta of a gorgeous sunset upoi of Helmer, Ind., says: "it is the medical :' -
i' \Vholenale and Ketall...... the: clouds of Heaven: To-day she lieDeneath wonder of the age.". 13. K. Wilson & Son -. small lots or carloads. We solicit your trade.
the sod, but her pure, cnnstan
if --- ind beautiful life Is entmilned, in tbe c '>r 'trpt wr K. It. SKMBLKlt d'; CO. Titiiavillc Fla,

HOTELS BOARDING HOUSES hearts of those who drop the silent tea Chung of Trains.The __ __ n __ ___ _
1 t' upon her flowery tomb. A faithful member p -
e AND OTHERS. of the Protestant Episcopal church train on tho 'I'ltuvl11e-Sanford -
the bus gone; to join the militant church branch of Florida Bust Coast Ry., whicl -
above, where praises never cease, and has been running for tho past year or sunder <) Jas. Pritchard & Son. }
worship is an eternal round of heaven), their supervision, has boon laid
bliss. off. This run will be taken by the trail _=. U'2- 1Cea. 1\\
1 The last sad rites were performed by,; on the A. & W.; branch which runs between c-:' "

7 Rev[ B. F. Brown, rector of the EpUco New Smyrna and Orange City on. p ..: ers: Irs.:: : .. \
pal church Tltusville, Florida, and tin The train will leave New Smyrna in the. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDArILC !;
\ body was laid away to rest in the LaGrange .- morning arriving, here about wn hour later !
'If you want Frmh and Halt water Kluh, Oynter., cemetery and on through to Sanford, returning "
U.IUI'I'nrtl .etn., ito to rt. II. MELTON Whole loot A. D. PKNNKY. go!bore at 1:15::. p. m., leaving for rJ?1Li.ee 'SPllyt-
;
Kntall Flllh an.lIter Company
ale and
it Oooan at.,and City; Market. Jackonvllle, FlaT New Smyrna ahead of 78: and connect -- :
I o -_ ,- ---- there with the north and soutbboum WHY KILL YOUR MOCKING BIRI Hardware
MORE POWER SECURED.What trains, leaving at the usual time for with stale food, when you cai
.chc nl.C'V .H.Y Orange; City. The citizens of this place buy the Southern llome Mocking Bin ,
seemed to have been a serlou are sorry to .see this change made aa It Food fresh every day at 2!'>o per lb.; sent
1 010 West Way St Jacknoiivllle,, accident to the McFarland Fruit Protcc means the taking of large sum of mon left- anywhere lOo extra to pay freight. .

'r FINE tlon Co.'s plant, through the blowing ey from this place which used to be WHY suffer' from CHILLS & FEVER, Box 212Titusville
out of the boiler has turned out to be i a by the many employees when you can get! a bottle of
Wines Liquors and Cigars. real benefit. The old boiler and engine Thomas' Chill and Fever Tonic, guaranteed Florida.2J
were too small for the increased machinery An Accident. to cure for 1 50c. ::: : I

.Anbeuser-tliiach Extra Pale on Draught, and the entire "plant needed ,uljullt-
mont to make It more convenient. Wise WHY suffer/ from a splitting HEAD
Fine Cold Lunch Servod! Daily. the break down occurieil Mr. McKar. One which might; have proved a ser ACHE[ when you can get! a hot _
'The best of Service II.nda plensitnt quiet occured :Saturday last, that will ___ 3 !E r 6a!
land Immediately secured the :25. -hnrse- Ion accident on tie of Thonian' Headache Cure
'esort JOHN F. MUNCH, Mgr. power engine and d0-horse-powor bode when Mr. Hampton Green, fireman or cure you In abort order for lOc.II. .
rlI I
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of the Phoenix Mills, and proceeded to the switch engine at this place wa R. THOMAS, Chas. A.
[Hit them in 'position. Meantime It ennblid spar king the engine! on the northbound Chemist'& Drucglst. LaVIIla\ : Pharmacy n |

CANCER CURED at HOHNO ortu'iity[ Foreman to move Frank the woodworking Mc\4'lIrlauci\ an\ op- train Mr. F.and E. had Stone gotten not up noticing In the him tender he, Jacksonville Fla.

the addlilon l to IhtLtullding. a coal I pick In the tender striking oj
-- shliiery into new << tlyew
KNIKI5, NO I'AIN. Work lion been resumed am Green on the head cutting an ugly gash, Dry Goods, J ". j jI
Bend for free tinok. Aildre, satisfactory progress Is being made, which was sewn up by Dr. Wilson.\ He The Bicycle Hospital I "
Cancer Sanitarium, Among the new machlnety which bar left Sunday for the hospital at St.!: Furniture !
BEL'LKVIEW FLORIDA, recently arrived area number of Wheeler Augustine returning here Tuesday.A Is where wheels of all descriptions are< I
& Wilson sowing machines, which wit\ paired on the shortest notice, at
k '-'n innn be Installed.\ moderate charges.
Mr. Frank )I. McParlnnd a brother ol BASEBALL GAME. Up-to-date wheels for hire at all times. I Shoes, etc.

NEAR & TAYLOR, the president of the McFarland Company; -

I. making a wonderful change In the [ Writ/I'II/ for the Kiut: Coast .1!.ItfEverybody "',,(' '.] :, FLA.
Artesian WellCONTRACTORS mechanical department of the factory. ;r"E :!J
Jle -has for many yuais been foreman ol In town, with their oouMus. and theli 3 gy. o ...af

ho Sterling piano factory, Derby, Conn Wall out all lit 5/see this lMiy play ball In their shin I
When he look leave of the company to ..
; f I t iccept a here his om"loYMahowe.1 The Ue'ln they wore the gray, the Semlnoles the I ;

Eau Callle Fla. their appreciation of him bj) They white made a good appearance, and the game GAY BROTHERS
[Hontlng him with a handsome mono- wan played' all rlthe.|
i (ram ring, which he prizes very highly. The ands had, their Andrews with Norwood In
the IH X| I
The Bniinniiluii their Titus, and the pitcher wan BOWLING & HATCHER,
.)ale Knox. 12 Laura street, Jacksonville. PALmA, FLORIDA. GROCERS.
h VirgilliaHomes DEATH OF JOHN HARRIS. Cane did I the short act, while Jones hold down
1 ,. first bane;
with Delsner In till
Van did l the name thing, \
On Friday afternoon last, the citizen,* pluae.Oaban MAINHARD BROS. ,,, We make a Special Feature of our
of this place, were shocked to hear of worked the ocond, the third was bald by
You learn all about Virginia Lands, the death of the above young man, wit Itrown i I

Its resources, products, mode of cultivation las only been \Iii during the pant three he The Walker Held retaliated was trampled, while b"Billy") ""forpotte acted,''clown.Llnvllle Gleaning and DyeingEstablishment Mail Order Department.Knowing .
malarial fever although
II weeks with ;
the and .lottntmn' ;
rending
etc.
h prices, by was under the skillful care of Dr. W. L,. While Kavl. and Uagley were helping ..leel'lUolJertIMUI. 12 Newnan St., Clothing
al Virginia Farmer. Send lOoU. Ilitghlett, who did all In his power to cleaned, dyed,,repaired and pressed.JACKSONVILLE bow difficult !it Is In some : GOOD GROCERIES
for 8 months subscription to the brinK him through II. Tltna waa. umpire,and did It to perl..tlon.Th ',;. CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having/ them tilled
Farmer Co., Emporia, Va. Mr. Harris was born In Georgia; nom only I one. I ever saw not charged with dereliction. : FLA.'Titusvllle promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory. .

i -.- .- - -- 10K to Tltusvllle about two years ago; tc It wa a !line game of ball, the best one let me We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House in East Florida, and have \ !
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t net In the capacity of deputy-sheriff,, tell 1 Laundry. many articles not usually found In other and smaller. houses.
ir!' For Hale. which position he nobly held up to the rhlSonitnolc* were beaten' but they bad their i
bouts ou when they tell. B3T- SEND: FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
----- time of hilt demise.The .
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At Daytona, on the Halifax, six acre, funeral service wan held at the The Si mlnole: were beaten 6 to 1-not 16 to I Mrs Geo. Cook, of Tltusvllle, la now _- -- -- I

I choice hammock land, cleared, fenced residence of Sheriff Jo. I'. Brown,Saturday The core YOII..el stood; on ninth Inning exactly 18 to 3. prepared to do laundry work of every
and partly set with orange; trees. fOOO morning at 10 o'clock, from which The Itnd. did good playluic- ach man played description. All work guaranteed.Leave ; .:
t Olie-half cash, balances: per cent. iUce' the procession proceeded to the his ..,Ie.Tbat' ,; succeeded In beating the i jour' washing at O. F. Duren'ioorner ) wANTs"'Palmetto Berries. !
the reiuwin they
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Address, I'liusvllle cemetery for burial, the Rev, Seiiiftnole" store, opposite ADVOCATE office.
1 COUHTtAND nVCK IAN, A. D. Penney oilioiatlng.He ,.. ... i
Joe, the held the taken that WM placed
y 22 llogan it., Jacksonville, Fla. was years of age and liked by all Into l1"Ift'o hilt'keeping) There ia but one Chronic Disease specialist .
who knew him, and will be sadly: missd But Joe pulled out for Maytown,and left the : of note In Florid.*-Dr.. Vincent of
by his many friends.. The ADVOCATI: Groaner weeping. Jacksonville. Write him for symptom flO Bbls., about 20,00016.., fully matured Green Saw Palmetto Berries, .I
lte luce l Kitten to Itlclimoiid,, I expert he'll buy the cocoanutta and a bunch
< < the relatives
axtends, deepest sympathy to and want them them.
q of hilt han..,,'. lanks. as soon aa we can get
Va! of the deceased one.CAMPAIGN And come bark some day. to Tttusvllle and opena 100 bbls., about 40,0001bs., fully Ripe Saw Palmetto Berries. t

The National' Baptist Convention, Sept, iwanutta Btan' OLD TATS. the moat peculiar and interest liO.lKX pounds Cue-Half Dried Saw Palmetto Berrlea.
111, 11, and 12. On dates shown above,,, Tltiurllle,Fla., 3, 1900. VISIT
88pt.
in America ,
tickets will\ be sold via Southern Hallway DATES.The log light 50,000 I ()()( pounds Fully Dried (Sun) Saw Palmetto Berries. !

4 at one fare for the round trip llnol limit,, -Impure water Is the cause of much THE FLORIDA.Ostrich For which we will pay the Highest Cash price. Send samples as soon
i 'Sopt. 2-:!. OIHclal route;two dally trains,. committee to arrange the Itlner-. ilcknesH. Remedy this by getting a fine aa possible and we will answer immediate what we will pay.IXfcTWIIV'JS .
try of the Joint appointment of the Gnaernatorlal Alter from Claude Walton, TItuavllle.ANNOUNCEMENTS. .
TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS Congressional and the State Farm Co. lOCKJLWIVIO lOIfcTJO: CO.
the
candidates to speak during campalgu

The following! are-the times of arrival halVe deckled on the dates and places as SJO.J EAST BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE: FLA. .e

t And. departure of passenger trains to and )below for the East Const: JACKSONVILLE: n __ __ _' _
I September 7-St. Augustine, night.
under this
from Tltusvllle: All political announcements
l.nUTII""u"n. 'i 8-o'el'llllndloa. night leading will be charged for at the uni-
) Kev West night t\ 1' E. WADDELL
October < ,
11 l>arl TUiiivllle for Mbiudhttennedlute and|iluu I I] at ,-'ouPHORTH11OITJ -.? 2.-: --DtfLand, night. form rate of $5 each, strictly In advance. ,
7
. 21-IMIatka. day.
Lea..Titn.vlll.forJM'' 'ksonvrtle I at9d6p.w :Jacksonville, night. FOR STATES ATTORNET. Cosmopolital Real Estate Office, \
and Intermediate point J Sc
<. Tltimvllle for Bnnfnrd TtOOa.m I hereby announce myself a candidate r M
l Arrive Tltmvlllo from tlnnforl1:15: p.m e'ree I'ehol..hll' for States Attorney of the Seventh Judilal MIAMI
BUREAU of INFORMATION for CITY of
f ---- Circuit of Florida, and respectfully
If In poor health consult Dr. Vincent, The Board of education of the East:: equeat the support of the Democratic
Mohawk building, Jacksonville, Fla.53T"We 'loilda Seminary, Gitineavlle, Flu.. baa otera of the Circuit for the place, at the and Dale County in general. Loan and Collection Agency.
decided to confer upon each State Senator >rimury to be held on Nov. S t, 1000.
SIq would esteem the favor If our the power of sending one student to JAMES D. Bcoo
readers, when writing\ or calling upon tbe above college free of all tuition, ex- Agent for the valuableTUTTLEKSTATElands at Ft. Lauderdale
our advertisers to purchase merchandise, ept an incidental foe of $5: per year.Hie FOR STATE'S ATTOKNET. lUllandale, Fulford, Ojus, Biscayne Little River, Miami Cocoanut Grove
I eta., would mention the AnVOO TII:. examination) will\ be held at Miami, and! Cutler; also the Estate of DR. CUTLER, besides many desirable water
Monday, Sept. 17, the examiners being At the solicitation of many friends fronts; Fruit and Vegetable Landa of all sizes on East Coaat and chain of
1 Don't throw away your money buying Capt.; J. R. Anthony, Rev. Dr. Farris hroughout the Circuit, I announce my- Keys to Key West. Orange and Phosphate lands on West Coast.
patent medicines. Dr. Vincent's advice and Wm. )(. Burdine. Applicants for elf a candidate for State'a Attorney of NsadyrnegIgsntiobird.( .candlDIt S to 10 feet
; worth gallon of "cure all" adetship shall be between fifteen and he Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, itch, w.!| binK MO lo sue pound each. Ostrich
la
tuff.alone Wnte him a at Jacksonville. wenty yeara. of age; good; moral char and respectfully request tbe support of hOIA", CS,oelricb.. sluing and baby ostriches. For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for
hatrheil.Untde
actor and to be able to read and write tbe Democrats of the Circuit .t the pri- list *wort visitor thronich the farm ex- IRMOUR: & CO., Fertilizers, Chicago, AIRMOTER WIND MILLS Chicago.
} Reading notice ada. on this English with facility, la what will be nary election ordered for November Oth, laming all about the bird, their neeu,habits,
j ace:jy: live centa per the per week. page Deeded to enter this loatltutloo. 800. JOHN C. JONES. >lamaK, eta Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI, FLORIDA.S .


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