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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: October 12, 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: UF00075918:00093
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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. harry Watton a prominent orange GEO. WRAY, TIlE TUNER will visit -Miss Isabella Burns, of Canaveral, REPUBLICAN' QPEAKINQ. AMONG THE HOTELS. I
grower of Clifton was in"town the the East Coast in November. 3Mrs. was in town this week. : /" I
first of the week.Attorlley : I
And Topics of General Interest Julia B. Gray left, yesterday ...--i-Cftiroll\ Goldsmith have been re Quito largo crowd 1 ansamhled at the The AnvooATie: Is now on file at all ,
Geo. M. Robbins has gone for Jacksonville\ where she will spend a 'calving a nice lino of staple and fancy Opera house Wednesday) evening to the best hotels In Now York city. I
to Orlando, where he Is conueeted with\ ) few weeks. groceries this week "
bear the arguments! of lion M. n, Mao Where, to stop along the East Coast. t'
Society: and General OoMlp In connertlo some law business aMr. KiT-The residence of J. O. Walton. --Supt. John II. Same of t'oiutenay, Kailuno, Republican nominee for Governor See list of hotels on 7th page. :

with Bl.oiyne Hay, Lak.Vo..th, Indian C. n..Nauman of the Hanlover, Titusville for rent, furnished. Applyat I I..* In town today, a guest (If the Indian ami !Mr. J. 1\1. Cheney Republican
Manna.!. and Httllfa Rivera, Key We. announces himself for county commlslon- this o11ce.Mr. \ ,. River hotel nominee for Congress. At 7\11.:: !> the Whore to stop In Tltiinvlllef Seo TUtusvllle
and all other Important Po prs along the er for the 1st district in this issue band In uniform wore on hand and I hotel and boarding IIOUHO ails on
East Coast of Florida. Brief mention or .and Mrs; A. D. Baldwin will -The southbound train was over two played several patriotic selections) during our 7th page. .

Interesting Events from Various Part -Mr. Frank Webber one of our prom return to Kock lodge shortly for the win. hours late yesterday, owing to the engine which theso two gentlemen entered, Mr. C. B. Knntt late superintendent;

of the World About People You Know (sing young men, has recured a position ter, from New haven breaking down north of Ormond. accompanied by Rev 1). V. Brown of the Florida East Coast Hotel :System

and People You Don't Know- Ploke as assistant express agent at Pa-latka. Mr R. W. Goodo) chairman of the who his
-:Mr. J. L. Wilson one of Itockledgo'sprominent -lion. Fred'k. S. Morse a prominent relinquished post owing to lit
up by: Our Society Editor and a large! staff -Senator Jan. Tallifarro, of FIOI'ldaball citizens, was present at the real estate. dealer of Miami has' !gone to Rel"bll"1I1"nty executive oomml'ton, health, in, still said to ho far from welL '

of Correspondent scattered along the uui tlmuks for a copy uf a book speaking Wednesday night. New Yolk on business"" and pleasure In a few remarks, pl''M..IollIlIthu ohnli- \Ve uie informed that each manager,: will ':
East Count of Florida. called The treaty between United State tllp. man of the evening! Itev. Mr, Brown inn hU. own hotel Independently of any
& bpalu. -Dr, and Mrs. Geo. W. Homos and wHio lixtvoditued to the iiudlenoo the tune else, the coming seanou.W .
THE ADVOCATE daughter, of }Faustina attended ,th. -Ir.. Adhemar Brady, and Mrs. flint speaker, Mr. !\lIcll'llIllIne. Mo I
-Mr. B. B. Fylen. who has been our speaking on Wednesday night; ,Brown after a visit (>f several days" lore 1 ought nut hit side In n must .fluent. .' .. draw your attention to the ad of I N';
$l.tiO per annum. In advance. efficient express agent for years past with relatives left the Glenwond. llouso ou our 7th page.!
for and his
,. -We acknowledge a pleasant cull from ;yesterday City manner on finishing speech was
1.00 six months This houso In ,
left Tuesday, for tit. Augustine where Point nicely Intuited\ at 440Veat
loudly appl:uuled. Next on the hour
f Mrs. R. W. Goode of Melbourne and
2.00 per,an.to foreign countiies. he has secured a position with the F. E Mr Mini l>uval St., Jacksonville. being In close I
wall Cheney a graceful
Mrs Geo. W. Holmes of Fauntlna.Mr. young
C. -Mr. J. J, Jacobs traveling agent for proximity, to postotlioo and rIIllr..acl.ta-
who onthuslaHtlo
orator, III.ok..11I1mORt
Note date of expiration printed upon Ry.Mr. Edmund Simmons, nfter spem 'that lingo wholesale liquor house of manner. Anolber DUB of our H"lIhll- tion. The proprietress, Mis Carl U. t
and Mrs. S. S. Jones of Cocoa Chas Uliim, JnuUnonvlllu was lu towu (:tidies U well and known 1
Tliliis
your paper or wrapper every week. lug a week In Jacksonville nod other gentlemen lulled to make speech, favorably outha ;
for No passed through here, Wednesday en- returned to (; this week. Kant Count of Klorld; and those\ that '
nee places
Wednesday
a receipt your money. loute to Augustine and other points ( but the baud wan too fust and. out him '
for us to send! receipt for subscription -Miss Edith Kltchlng: after spending number of fium put'i onIan this house will find It clean ,
out. Julie a people
lit r. Jones, who is station agent at the -Mr. J*. Moieton Murray, representative and well and liberal '
The date gh'ellit to you a brief time In New York as a lralnednurse dowu the liver were present conducted' a good
above place lit taking his vacation. of Marx Bros., Jacksonville, baa '
table with
suit the
rates to times.Mrs. .
When you subscribe for the ADVO- been down the East Coast this week. returned to her home at Sebastian h
the It does not cost -Prof. Jack Latin of New York expects yesterday, Chan A. '
CATE by year you A I..." Itl.le. Meriltt of the ICathbuo j'Hotel j'
included. to leave bur Titusville about the -Dr. E. E. Rollins mention of which ?
three cents per week postage = Jacksonville has been indisposed ,
-Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Hall who have
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middle of this the houseboat made In ADVOOATK of
month to get was an previous
and confined. '
TUB EAST COAST ADVOCATB II Is on been to her room for some day ,J
Rose Marie in order for Its usual date, Is expected to arrive here today 11)lIndlnllllome time with \Mr. E. W On Monday night, ('a.t. Dick (Glad-
this last but
to
eale the news-stands at fin "ok. we are pleased anyshe l
at following I Hall and family leave to-dat for their
winter hunting and cruise with Commo- win took the following Jolly party out
Is and IIt.al'tecllaat
Messrs.. M. B. MacKarlane' of now eonvlIl"Rcfllltt ,
conts per copy : Tampa, home at Sebastian '
dote Chas. F. and for a moonlight ride Indian River In
Naethlng on I'
party. Monday for Point Comfort .
morning
Tltusvllle-13. R. Wilson & Son. J. M. Cheney of Orlando were pleasnnoallois ;
-We hear that the Presbyterian his line launch, the llyupna: Mr. and to meet her Miss who *
J. B.| Screven. -Mr. E. J. Seymour left Tuesday, at the ADVOOATK olllce yesterday, people daughter Stella "
Mrs. L C J. Rraunlng M I'. and Mrs.\ A, K,
Jacksonville-Rathbun hotel. for 'St.:: Augustine where he went on are expecting to give an entertainment Is on her way home from tie north I
-Mr. N. A. Stttmpe has accepted a Wilson Mrs. C. L. Wright I\II"R" Susie,
Windsor hotel. business connected with the Freeze oNo In the near future for the benefit then Mis. Meiilttwlll proceed to New
Duval hotel Fieeze. The second Inane will be position In Mr. Scobie's lieu house at of their Christmas true fund. Uladwln, Sallle: \ Hall, Emma Wilglit 'Yoik where she will spend a little time
fort Pierce for which place he left Wet Kate Pillchard/ 1)1118111\11. Allno her
llrndy
quire large, they having received an order nesday. i Mr. and Mrs S. Graham, and, Mr, and Aleph Mints MCHBIS. N. II. YVIIIu- with other ,daughter Miss Emma, 'I''Il'I.II.lIveR

J/y/: Reading notice ads. are ten cent I from a party who want 18,000( copies Louis Cole, passed through heie yes ter* ban, I). B. Prttcimid; R. E. I\lIm.'JI', of and Clyde fl'lenrlA.. Line.returning home by .'j
We call attention to the change of way the
line this I day en route to Miami from Vermont. \
per on page. -Mr. C. S. Schiiyler. cashier the Indian and A. B. Brown.
Mr. C. A. Oardner's ad. on our 8th puge They will get the hotel Blsoayno In readiness For the week servants have been :\i'''
-Mr. Frank "Gautler one of the River State: Bank, and an insurance The launch left the City wharf about past
pop- Read it and him share of ,
give a, for the winter
of returned your season. \ 8:15: and to llardcovllle and return. busily engaged overhauling and rOllont'I''I
ular knights of the grip, was In town \he agent our town on Sunday I ran
first,of the week.ManagAr from an extended visit -to New York patronage.Mr. -Mr. and \Mrs. W, M. Brown and family The ride was all one could wish for-Hie, lag the Algonquin hotel, St. Augustine
State. Mrs. Schuyler and children, who and Mrs. T. P. Thompson, after and Mi, Chas. II. Walton expected to night being a most perfect one, with and everything Is now In excellent condition

J. G. Bast, of the Indian; are sojourning there, will arrive nome traveling over various parts of the Unite leave Mew York on Wednesday!! the 10th, moonlight almost as bright as day, for the coining season.. Mr. Noel A. J

River hotel, who has been on the sick shortly States, returned to their home at Fort I inst., on the Clyde steamer Comanche and not a ripple on the water; and a Mitchell, who will be manager I is an experienced ,I

list, is fasconvalescing.Quite Pierce yesterday. and will probably bo homo the first of swift launch, with n good captain and hotel keeper, and Is well
Ben of valued
-Capt. Hoprpr one our ns jolly a party us can well be found on known to winter tourists, he having
a number of the young people Fort Pierce subscribers ailived In town Postmaster and Mrs. R. W. Ooode, next week anil managed the Ornnadu lintel at KauGitllle. .
board. )lu"lo. singing eating werllIImJn V
enjoyed a launch trip, Monday night ircently uu his yacht, the E. C. L prominent residents of Melbourne wen -We call attention to the ad. on our ( the many tieats of the lido, and The Algoniiiln|' will be Hint-clans i
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the moon being at its fullest. which be placed on the ways.. Capt. among those who attended the republican 7th page of the Minis I Boardlug house all report a glurioua'time. in appointments and cuisine and under ,

-Com. Arthur S. Halgh, one of our Hogg accompanied his s'n. Bennte tn speaking on Wednesday. We acknowledge Tltiisvtlle. This house was fonncily run Mr Mitchell's\ efficient management r'f

valued subscribers at IUCay, Bahamas, Danville, Ky., Monday, where be will a pleasant call.I by Mt.. Julia B. Gray, and now under will undoubtedly enjoy largo bunlnoa
't
is having a handsome yacht built at Mi enter school. HAVE FOR SALE 10(00 VERY the management o( Mrs. C. N. Mlras we On Tour-of Inspenllou. Some of the- New York hotels have always ''i

ami. -Mrs. Geo M. Robbins and Master i flue smooth Cayenne suckers at Chicago predict success been popular with ladle for the

-Mr. L. Thursby who has bAen spendIng George ,left here on Saturday last for pinery, St.:! Petersburg, Fla. -We wish to call attention this weekto Mr. H. M Flagler, /accompanied) / <<1 by manner In which afternoon" tea I la'served, q

the past month or'two ifc New York Point Caswell N. C., whete. Mrs. Robbins CUAS. WBIIIWAN. the new ad. of Church Andeison *; Dr. Anderson and \Mr. Fred Starry, and we .aura. not surprised that Anderson

city with his Ulster, returned to his homeat goes to'visit her mother and fathei, Manager.Mr. Co., Jacksonville, one of the largest manager of. the Palm" Beach hotels ar it ]Price of the|Mount Pleasant House,
Merritt (apt. and Mrs. H. P. Padcllson. They wholesale houses In the metropolis, who I've.lln! 51. Augustine Monday evening, White Mountains
Sunday. P. M. Suarez who has been doing wliero'thn are delighting Indyguests
accompanied as far as Jucksonvlll me kn..wn us an old and reliable firm. ou a special train party was In the
On !
a good business. at the Everett< hotel. same way. coming I.
-Miss Bessie Bryan who taught the joined by Mr. J A. McGulie nf the
by Mr. Robbins We auk A share. of for fionia walk I I..
ktndergarden course at the public school ; Saratoga: Spring:! wll1l1lon' arrive In St your patronage I firm of McOiiIre A McDonald hotel contractors long It ceitajnly very
the lends. ol Attorney Augustine where be will the them; bee ad. ou 4th page.Married. charming to find In the pleasant office
-Probably many get Abbey
last year arrived beret Monday, to resume and Mr. R. T. toff, supniln- t
the same position.Mr. Geo. A. W01 ley, of :Miami are not hotel III readlsess for opening.Mr. tendent of the Florida East!: Const Railway beside the open fire, taMe set out with ,
aware that he was recently taken for dainty cups and. cute teapots, while po-
The special was drawn by an en-
-! ., J.' C. Salter private I secretaryfor Wm. J. Bryan by many tiieods In New J. G Best received quite a glue equipped with an elootilo headlight Idle maids stand ready to dispense steamIng -
Mr. Henry M. Flagler, spent his vacation of whom anxious to serious accldent.'whilebathing last week tea., hut lemonade and fancy biscuits. .
Ylnk Nome wero
specially for the occusslon leaving before
In Yellowstone this tie was diving and landed on his abdomen Mr. R n. Hardee and Miss ClanlssaM. Indeed said 1 "One can't
summer ovation. Miami one guest help
give hint an people
receiving Internal Inguries, He I Is Kitching were married at the Aletho- seven and proceeded directly to 1'alinItaach. I
lie Informs ,us that he had a glorious should ask him about It. fooling perfectly at home" at the Mount
trip. some what Improve! and his many friend diRt Church In Sebastian the latter part Tuesday was spent Inspecting! Pleasant. 1 1 I t

-Mr. R. B. Cable a former superintendent hope to see him out again soon. of last week, Rev. W. T. Lame officiat the new work, Including Mr. FUglei's ,
-We understand Capt. W. A. Coster, of the defunct Indian River ing. The wedding was.a quiet alllalr, new cottage with which he was voiy The Magnolia Hotel Company, who I

of Brooklyn N. Y., will not take charge :Steamboat Co.,, has. been enjoying a visit -Mr. W. A. Farmer, who lias been though quiet aud pretty. Only a few much pleased. The afternoon being il... own the Magnolia Hotel at Magnolia,

of Canaveral Club ,the coming season with friends In Newark, N. J., whorehe connected with the K, E. O. Railway; filends of the participating parties. be- voted to a run down to Miami. TheyruUnned ) :Springs: { Fla. are going to Install before
here for some time, left, Wednesday for the brgrnning of tub full eleo- .
having something good !it view In New was seen a few days ago by an ADvoCATE lug present After congratulation' the lo St. Augiistinu, Wednesday, season
Fort Pierce accompanied by ilia wife trio which will \ the whole -
plant light
York city. Manager Starry just arrived here
Mr-Cable happy couple repaired to the home of
representative. expectsto and family :Mr. Farmer Roes.; to take from his summer hate predicts a large house, cottages/ and grounds. They will
-Mr.W.li/Petel'lI. of Florida'sregular be In Jacksonville next month., Mr. the gloom's father, Capt. It. A. Hardee, ,
one charge of Geo. W Scoblo's new fish season. also put In an. eight ton refrigerating.
where they at home to their friends
are >>
winter residents/ who enjoys -Mrs, Gall Borden and! daughter will housej-whlcli recently opened there. 'lite machine, which will give that popular. "
AnvocATK wishes them a life of ---- ----
the duck hunting and fishing has arrlvetl occupy their fiLe residence at Ormondthe Marx hotel man, Mr. O. D. /Seitvey! the manager -
-Mr. John of the firm of Marx continued
happiness.
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at where he will make his Died In Tltusvllle.Mrs.
Daytona, coining winter, and their many Bros the wholesale produce merchant all the refrigeration that he will
beadq uarters. friends will, nu doubt, be glad to see on East Bay St. Jacksonville returned need, and! will make two tons of pure ,

-Mr. Isaac Whltaker a popular hotelman them on the East Coast. Mrs. Borden home Saturday,last after a ,sojourn of! CAMPAIGN DATES M. A. 1I11111en sister of Mr C. Magnolia Springs! Ice every day. The *'*'<

of Clear Lake, la., was la town re- Informed an ADVocATE representativeteat about five weeks VIn Canada among UnukiiHtht, of this place, who" only arrived vtlier Improvements in this well-known "
cently. Mr. Whitaker la maklnjl tour of she had not been ,south In five years liin many friends and relatives Mr The committee to arrange the Itinerary here Sunday, from ]her /hoinn at' resort will be a new electric launch and >

Florida, for the purpose of finding: a -not even to Green Cove Springs.Mr. : Marx. escorted his family home alter, of the joint appointment ol the Ou- Artesla, died on Tuesday night, uf heart a naphtha, launch as well as a large .
disease at his lesldnmie. She went to steam yacht, which will\ be used between
suitable hotel to the ernatorlaf. Congressional and the State ,
manage coming and Mrs. F. T. Budge and fame hey: spent a pleasant summer with their
"Inter.Com.. ly Hi-lived here, Monday from Miami people la the-'above named place. They candidates. to speak during the campaign bed In the hostel health, having never Magnolia and Jacksonville a. a sort of 'I
have stuggled I, as she was found lying excursion for the guests. A now 1"lmmlul' ,
all had decided on the dates and places as very
made the having a jolly time.
board their report
, C. O. Burgoyne. who was met on yacht having ,very below for the East Coast: peaceably when discovered/ In the morn pool has also been built under theM ,I

I n New York, last week by an ADVOCATE trip In a little over two days. Mr. and! -Mr. G. C. Matthams, the prominent October 20-Key West night. ug. Mrs. Mosen was (fit) years of age> uolo. hllI. and small turklsb and medicated

representative says that after a visit to Urs. Budge left Wednesday for New West( Palm Beach pineapple grower, accompanied 23: -DeLaod night. and w... loved by all who knew her. The baths ale being put in. I
Friends In Virginia he will leave for York and other paces, while the children by Mrs. Matthams, returned :-24-Palatka., day. remains were snipped to her old home -', ___ ____ I

Jayt.ona-probably the first week In No- will remain the guest of Capt. and Mrs. to their beautiful home the end of last :Jacksonville, night. at Mloanopy, Fla., where they were Interred CHURCH NOTICES. ': "

ember. lames Pritcbard until their return. week, from Chicago. Mr. and Mr*. in the family plot The ADVOCATE -

Mr. Chas. F. Naethlng of New Uattham spent some four or five weeks joins In sympathy with the berea.ed I
-Mr. E. B. Wager, of the Star aooomiianied one To lie Vaccinated.Superintendents Rev. Mr.! Hughes will\ preach at nook't
by bla wife, left Monday- for fork's prominent and well known citizens In the above named city, visiting }Ira.faltbame' ) relative. lodge at 11 .. m. Sunday morning.
the entertained some friends at dinnerat ) brother and friends, also attending 1
[Jacksonville- where they Joined "
business. On Sunday next, Rev. J. E. Mloklcr!
the New York Democratic Club to some important of all Institutions of
'Iorlda which has
Press Association The Culture Club.
rone to Richmond Va. for ,their outing Fifth! avenue, a few evenings ago. Among Jy the look of both the change seemedto earning, and all Schoool Boards and .. Progremlve will hold service In the Methodist church I
hose present were Messrs. Wm. M. have done them good. Principals of Schools In the State In incorporated Coooa, morning and,evening. ,I

pis year Brown, president of the Bank of Bay cities and towns of over JtKX) The Progressive( Culture Club held Its Services. In the Presbyterian church )4

-Mr. R. W. Parsons still holds the Biscayne Miami; Chas. 11. Walton of For Hale. habitant, are forbidden to admit. a regular meeting last Monday afternoon next Sunday as follows\ Sunday schoolat '

tort as second vice-president of the F. E.J' Tltusvllle: and Prof. J. M. Lathe, of pupil any child or- person who cannot In the parlor of the Indian River hotel. D:4.m.., preaching at 7:30: p. m., I

J. RaHway and we are glad to note that New York.. Mr. Richard Croker, the I Skip jack sharpie:; 40ft.; long, sloop rig reduce satisfactory evidence of having The member. answered to roll call witha J. A. Hughes pastor. : .
lie from James Russell
Lowell
is the whole-souled gentleman vaccinated. quotation
same well-known Democratic leader was also email uccessfully
alls, anchors, boat Bishop closet which AIlss Susie Gliidwln read Archdeacon 13 F. Brown will\ hold divine .
t26( Broadway, Newt York, a* be always present, entertaining a few,friend JOSEPH Y. PORTER after an
cabin 13ft. long 6ft. Sin. bead cushions
while on the East Coast. State Healta Olli er.'VRllted. excellent sketch of hilL life. Miss Grace service at St. Johns church, Eau
2yAnybody who wishes DOW rubber rockery, stoves etc. Draft about 2ft. Rold then asked the members to take Gallle on Sunday at 1030a.: ( m. with holy
-Mr. n. M. Flagler, the Standard 011 tubes for their filter may have same by Price f J.;0 net oash. A pply their places for a spelling match and of communion, also at 7'iO:: p. m. / ,I

!agnate and owner of the East Coast emitting 25 cents to Claude C. Walton, J. W. WiLKJifsoir, course It Is uselasg to say that Bit, I the ladles '
:railway, hotels and steamship lines, has Tltusvllle, Fla. / Daytona Fla.| proved themselves be excellent Rev J. W. Seoterfltt, from, Stetson

f wined In St. Augustine from New York. A good steady, reliable man to workon spellers, but tils Emma!: Wright deserves University, will preach at the Baptist .
fr.:-Flagter Is a registered voter In Flor- pineapple plantation. Steady work church next Sunday morning and even
'Notice. Wanted to Hell special mention, as she stood up to tha '
,
Ma and baa come to the State to cast llegiatratfon aDd good place for the right man. Exwrlenca last. tag. Sunday'.chuof at 10 a. m. After I
Ms vote. He will therefore be in Florida not necessary. Address very the morning service there will\ be a busi- '
A first-class] hotel at Tallahassee Fla.
,
nail after the November electionsn Mr. T. J. Cockabutt, supervisor of registration one that Is doing a flr. I... business,; PlSKBV: flees meeting. i
A Hure Cure. ----
will be at Port Pierce MondaY ana Care of ADVOCATE. I,
a good investment for right man.
Tourists
tage and Ilall-Koom Dancing. (rthitbe :22nd; White City, Tuesday the Tile only reason for selling Is that I ama A Florid man-performing wonders -
:Yard! ; and Melbourne Wednesday the widow aDd wish to out of business. For Hale.
24th of October to transfer such votersas go carried lo the presence of Judge Christie, Coming/ TalUhauee,Florida shouldnot ,
Mrs. F. R. LAMM criminal of Jacksonville fall to at the St. James 'Hotel ,(
Ore prosecuting lawyer stop
Mr. C. Constanstlne, 1237 Broadway, wish to transferred.
,*ew York teaches the very latest European may St. James Hotel Tallahassee, Fla. Smooth Cayenne and Abbakka Pineapple Fla., and Dr. Henry R. Thomas, for home and comfort. Cheap rates and '
Free from Insect and ,:
and American dances at moderate Sale. plant. ODe of Jacksonville's city councilmen, first-class fare.
For lie Kid of Your HIM. dlaease. Address
rices. Galty skirt reels jigs characsteps one thousands letters of testimonial
"
"Lakeside Fineries "
and dance skits and all the consumption, catarrh rheumatism, At a JJar aln.
ere ,
rational ,danced song taught. ,Stage dancing "Ridgley Farm," situated a mile\ and Prof. J. D. MacDonnell. of Little Buyer C. THOBJTTOT; Orlando, Fla. .asthma lagrlppe etc. Any one sending

pnd ballet of description. Write a half south of Jensen and fronting Ort will treat anyone of any disease, I ona dollar to the editor of tbls paper Baritone In first-class condition, with
iilm at the above every address. north bank of St. Lucia River and well without knife surgeon or medicine for For )Cent.SI. I and have same placed to my credit and case. Apply to
elevated. Contain 10 acre of land; 5 live dollars a month,' by the Weltmer 'send ma the editor's receipt with ODe CIAITDB C. WALTOX,

acres cleared: acre of pineapple* In treatment. Prof. MacDonnell !I. a graduate &: acres of cleared hammock land dollar I will send.U one-dollar packagesof Tltusvllle, Fla. .

Clyde (Steamship Line. I first-class condition; 30 budded orange of the Weltmer College of Nevada, for gardening, on the east aide of Indian my great discovery, making sic dollar )

i trees and several lime trees. A good Ma, and baa now a hundred patients liver, A. free from frost as anywhere ,, for two. Address, "THE BIG DRUG STORE," Ileffler

, Ticket and reservations via the Clyde three room cottage partly: furnished long the East Coast. Under this treatment ID the State, at Orchid. Bravard County WiLiM R. Yocso, Pharmacy, Bay and Ocean 'streets. Jacksonville

Steamship Line can be secured of Cb... and nice lawn around It. Address Prof. MacDonnell will treat and Apply] to General Manager The Young Fla. Do not forget toe ..I-

Walton at he ADVOCATE office, TIaaville. E. D. YOPJCO absolutely guarantee to cure any disease J. A. FKAKKLIJT, Magic Cora Co., dress Oeo. Hughes' old aDd reliable

Jensen, J1a. with which humanity U afflicted. Plymouth, Orange Co., Fla. Jacksonville Fla. drug bualDeaa.03L0A .




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STORAGE 'OF 'WATER.9n.all M t AS'URI fsiQ LAN D. : erz-rs.uda On.iozseed.:: .
Nothing
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E Irrigation llrmrrvotrm 1:... fcr'Wrmtrrn how to Calculate the Are. *f Field
stock cheap California seed). Best of testimonials
Fralt arowore of Varloun Shapee. Genuine Imported Tennerlffe (no
1d White and Red 20o per ounce, *3 per lb.
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While the large reservoir Involves The following methods of approximating in theWide' from large planters.
i it great problem, the small remrvolr postpaid, ready October 1st. Onion Sets, Bermuda ready now. White
by means of simple measure : bushel. Also White Potato, Yellow
which will yield value a hundredfold and Ked Me quart, postpaid, H4.75 per ,
asP ments and calculators the number of Egyptian, Top, bllverskln and Ked, send for prices. Florida. Rye, $C.4U per
Its cost to a firm or a small /group of
Florida 00 day Oats !OOcts)
1 acres In fields and farms have been bushel. Geol"11Rye, $hb0 per bushel per
1 farms perhaps and be a perpetual surety bushel. Tertis Rust Proof Oats, l 60cta per bushel.
prepared 1 by General J. II. Lane of Alabama
of l Is neither
r. slJ profitable production all kinds of seeds.L. .
Send for price ]list of
a professor of civil engineering:
S expensive" i*>r difficult to secure. The
e small distributing reservoir Is really An acre contains 4,840 square yards.In World CAMERON. Beadsman

the key to the satisfactory UNe of small every case therefore the number of .. }125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
CUs sources of Water. To distribute water square yards In a field when determined .
APP satisfactorily, which involves even la divided by 4,840 to obtain theo has such a record for absolutely ---r-- -- -- JOHN MARX.33E5OS3.

i I ptt spreading over a considerable area In curing fomalo Ills GEORGE MAKX. .
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II I and kidney troubles as 1VJ :
C CAi .
] has L ydla E. Pinkham's ,
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1 Wholesale Dealers In
a Vogotablo Compound.

pyop a t era Medicines that aro' advertised GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE..

to curo overy- j

,iVFltl1111 SSr I j\ thing cannot bo specificsfor 131 and 133 Ea.t lay Street and 6 and 8 Newnon Street,

ADVO.CATB R anything
>K = 4p JACKSONVILLE
r Lydia E. Plnkham's

: .: i Vegetable Compound will ONE Of THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES' IN THE CITY.

r ', "' ''N '9C ''tt yhyium( C ru ;, A not cure every kind of ill-

PINEAPPLE-CULTURE.- '' p ,a ness that may afflict men, \Ve are headquarters tor all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas;
a.
Tavletlrn The Shlpnlnv Sfmmon. 1 Df woman and children, but guaranteed genuine. We also carry full line of nay, Grain and Feed. We want ,;
When to Plant. 4 = proof Is monumental thatIt your Oranges and,Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased I

An important question Is to find dome CBMKNT HRHKHVOIli AND MKASUIUNO mOL .. will and does cure all MARX DROTUERS, Jacksonville, FIn.J .
more rellnble mode of putting on the (For the colltctlun of water from a pumping FIELD MEASUREMENTS.number the Ills peculiar to |,; JHT" We only Bell to Dealers
market In good condition tho tenderer plan of acres therein If the field Is !N.omen. ..

varieties of pines. The best pines are a short time, with the best results to triangular In shape (Fig. 1)). measure Its This Is a fact Indisputable -
far too tender tor our rough modes of the ]laud and the owner, the water longest side and the perpendicular to and can be verifiedby
! handling and our ordinary slow lI1'0rtat1on. must be had with a certain volume, or this from, the opposite angle. Multiply than million
more I a
There are varieties of pines "head," ns It Is UHually termed In Irrigated the number of yards In the long aide by John B. Stetson University
that endure much rough; handling.' Hcd regions. A little rill from a half the number of yards In the per women

i Spanish takes tho lead among hardy spring which, If left to !1U course, pendlcular and divide by 4840. Thus If you aro sick don't experiment I
1 pines might make only a little sedgy strip assuming AO, the longest side, to be take the medicine
I The regular shipping season for the across a field or a marshy spot In a 242 yards and BD, the perpendicular D LAND, FLORIDA.
1 pine commences in Dado county south corner con bo led to a small watertight 100 yurdtt, the calculation should be that has tho recordof

ern Florida, usually, the last of May rewrvolr, and It will accumulate 212 yards multiplied' by.80 yards divided the largest number ,of ,,. .
and close about, tho; 1st of August. until It baa a volume which can be by 4,840 square yards eqbala 4. acres. cures II tl ,' '

I After that there will bo occasional spread over' a. (oounidorable area of If the field Is rectangular (Fig. 2)), Lydia K. Pinkhom Mod. Co.,Lynn, Mas E IZA"I1TJ{ rw.
small shipments", until well Into the ground l and possibly Increase produc tnultlp1y the number, of yards In Its -----_ ..' RM
t spring of tli" year. So that tba. period lon the first because/,! of the Irrigation I .
! year length of ripening teally extends over at least : more than enough to pay the breadth (DC) and divide by 4810. It cut shows standard hay stacker 1 1.Y
! I ten months of the year. How to make cost/,! of the reservoir which collected It. the Held Is a parallelogram (Fig. 3)), Invented hy a Colorado man whichIs i
tho winter Vupply larger/ and more ie- Yet millions of such springs are allowed multiply the number of yards In one of very simple In construction strong: i

liable is one of,, the problems of the not only to waste themselves, but Its long sides (AD) by the Dumber In and durable pod, has! no castings/ It In .
hour destroy much good land unless dralii- the perpendicular between the long a combination of base frame, swinging I
Pine culture la an Industry that can nge Intervene' and the water only be Ides (EF) and divide by 4800. derrick and stationary standard. The

be most safely and successfully built lost. Only peopleWho have learned If the field Is a trupezold (Fig. 4), add ', ,.
on moderate beginnings. the value of Irrigation can' appreciate the number yards In the two parallel P -
From 8.UOO to lil.oiH:! ) slips are- plant the value fcf tills waste find the ease sides (AD and ItC), multiply by half ( "'A'' AFob' .

ed on an acre .The season of planting with which It eau be turned 1 to profit the number of yards In the perpendicular ,_,,....7-' W' .
A extends from July through Heptember.1C A little npiliu; which runs a gullon nmlnnto between these parallel sides and (divide
healthy flips' from 8 to 12 Inches yield 14.400()() gallons In ti>n by 4.840. -1.1 '' Doth Soxes. This Scholastic Year Began
long eon bo obtained l lu July, the sooner days. ThiN U water enough: kept Should the field be of an'Irregular .,.. '
I they are planted the better Good, from leakage; and evaporation, to cover shape (Fig..6)) of four or more side It \ OctoTjei1, Orel. Send for Catalogue
I lips planted 1 In July or August and half nn Here of ground, to the depth of i
College\ ; Academic/ Nyi'mal, Art and Music Departments/ :Large, commodious
well cured I for should<< yield a crop ono one Inch, and the mime volume tlowlug t
year from the following-llluy.' If not continuously would be equal to an annual l laTANbAIiU lol'mILorybulldloj'B/ with perft'et sanitary arrnngementartesian, Water, etc.,. lusuilng -
well tilled and 1 fertilized, the plantp rainfall of 3UV&( Inches for the ,, steam
heated tluonghout of 22
perfect I health fulness ; buildings by ; faculty :
will\ require another year to fruit. A Jmint? Wren Thus a trickling stream r
mall per cent of the plants will require front n spring becomes a measurable ,( trained and experienced tenchers. Send for Catalogue: : containing information.
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the additional year to fruit, even factor In pl'U.hll'tlon. and! from this HAY BTACKElt.utandnrd Address. > J. F. FORBES, PresIdent

with good care.The minimum flow and l acreage" one cnn .+ got Is the ,mont novel feature __
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returns from pine culture where
the conditions are favorable really amount to, whether they come from* F '' '. the draft and "elevate!<< the draw roles H.' A. HODGES.
place this buslnuHS In the front rank) spring fir windmill or other source ? to the arc of a circle, the derrick belug ...
among fruit growing Interests. It maybe Simply collect the water Into n receptarlo c pivoted lu the center of gravity, thereby 'I Manufacture/ c2 >
safely suited, that five ,,acres Judiciously of known capacity and 1 note the uitulmlxlug the required to ,
power and Yellow Fit Lumber.
devoted to pine culture will time required to fill It, and calculation elevate. The draft Is the same at all a..Cr3 press >io: ..

bring more substantial returns for the! an to'rellprvolr purity needed and >tta T. points until the hay Is delivered. One :KOUOII. AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads Fruit and Vegetable; support! of n family than many a large the area which may be covered In tho C horse dues the elevating. It Is claimed -Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or ornnpes,,: or building ina"y
farm at the north,-Florida Farmer. distribution are easy Allowance must ., that the new Invention will do an equal part of Florida, would 1o well to -w.lte for prier\ s.The saw mills] are locatedat
be made for approximate evaporation r ti amount of work lu lent! than onefourththe Buffalo Bluff, near 1'ulalka, on the J.. T. K. W Hy. Lumber delivered to any
T..... ".. Pent*. from\ the surface of the_ water In the t," / p limo required by the old style der part of the Bust Coast Address: II, A, HODGES: Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
Trouble with Insects beiAns from the reservoir. Further allowance must Ivi ',1' B. ? r1 ricks. Its capacity Is estimated at .
moment tobacco seed Is sown and continues made for Ions \by leakage, which\ will '.' ', -- -- --
0 from 75 to 100 tons a day
eveu after the tobacco Is harvested vary with the nature of the soil lu .. ESTABLISHED 1840.
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and' hung/ in the curing shed. which the reservoir Is constructed and / -, I
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Ants lu the weerl! bed 1, cutworms at the the manner of construction. --
planting of the crop and tobacco worms) An Inchover the whole surface Irrigated .a v 4 8 :Bond Lumber Cc,; U UManu'IIIGtUI'el'a
throughout the growing season of the' once In ten days or three Inchesonce H r 11
9 t i
plant have to be continuously sought n month according to the depth Aexcept of and'Dealer, I Ii In
for and destroyed. For cutworms It and the receptive character of the soil, aQ i
In best to spread over the field befonj will insure agnlnst; drought nnd Increase 'LUMBER LATH SHINGLES
FLOORING SIDING
FIG S CEILING
planting cabbage or turnip leaves, production eveu Ju a humid climate \ ,
bunches of grass or meal solution of parts green, a tablespoonful Mnbllsli" nn oasis of, fruits and vege- can be dlvlderd up Into two or more of ones Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing! Also Veneered and 'awed Orangeand
of purls green to a bucket of water tallies,\ In succession through the dry tbe above geometrical figures, and the Vegetable Crates. 'Ve.solicit correspondence.

''''here the meal Is used one table pool1- season I sum of the calculated ureas will be the Saw, Planing and Shingle:: ; Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T & K. W, R'y. Yards atw'
fat of parIs green should bo mixed Obviously the "small' receiving and whole area. I DeLand and Tltusvllle. -
with gallon of meal or flour Two distributing I'f'spr'olr'"bollhJ be abovu The tour aided field (Fig. 5)) can be '
such applications are recommended. the: highest Taint) of the laud to be Irrigated divided by the line AO Into two trian l There I.
hlin- :
After the plants are set It Is also well and below the source of the gles. Measure AC, ItF and DE. For are FOR $ 3 :/ro20 \
to dust them with a mixture of parts water except with pumping outfits. The the triangle/ AltO multiply the numberof .. ,

green and meal. first thought In small affairs In billy yards in AC by half the number In dredsof cough medi- Sent to III by Express, \'tOtItofllcf' order or New York
There era several remedies proposed regions Is to Imitate large uudctfuk- 11 F. For the triangle ACD multiply I end you by Express, CIIAROES PHEPAID Exchange> A'ill
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for the destruction of the tobacco Ings and dam the natural channel and I the number of yards lu AC by half the cines whidi relieve '
worm, but the most satisfactory, although back the water In the small ravine number In DK.: Add these two results FOUR FULL QUARTS

the most expensive, method Is) whence the stream flows This Is often and divide by 4840. Like the above coughs, all coughs I I
to search for them In the early morn- wise perhaps, but It Is also difficult to the tour sided field (Fig 6)) cau be divided Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old

Ing and destroy them by hall hent of tho day they retire Into capacity. without too high a dam, line from A to 0 or from B to D, or except ones Calhoun Pure
sheltered places_where It Is not easy and there Is !such! great danger of by drawing two perpendiculars from Rye Whiskey
The medicine
to find th'm.t the slime time In washouts by excess of storm water B and C to'the side AD It can bo divided which i

looking for the worms the eggs of the that a reservoir out of the course of Into two right triangles/ and a trape- ment.We) Ship'Vllen ny uAtrtetltindoexePlGttltalernnt, eete irxom oontents (wbjnb ....11I
the stream to which water be JSOld. has been the : : ry, return It EXPENNEeand
moth should bo destroyed wherever may curing : your iwRD: will lie cheerfully refundedTh Ix Whl.kev:: Ix at OUIt
seen on the I leaves These eggs are conducted l Is better. In a coarse Boll The six sided field (Fig. 7) can hdl..ldell h.nondnrahnnlnrM.InehlxMivan. ugnxnm as Ro1 t't..anYI.1I. M8tooil' 'In the market.
liounen.
about the size of a tobacco seed andre thorough puddling of bottom and side Into four triangular ones-viz, worst of bad coughs 1-ONSIHlClTV' AND Rlol'UTA'nUy for honest eatamttorYo; ;er III ayn...ARSl! and' "" "* one We.RE8-have
dealing,
nearly the color of the leaf Itselfso ABC, AEC AFE and DCE. For ABC the editor of tbla paper. we refer you to any merchant here, or to

that they are bard to find. Attempts multiply tho number of.yard In AO by for 60 is A SOLOMON( A; LEVI,
half the number (In Bit. For AEO years yer's
have been made to catch tile )moth In : 1928 1030 First AvenueBIRMINGHAM
various kinds of traps; and 1 cousldern m multiply the number of yards In AC by P O- Bo, No 33. -
Me relief bus been secured thereby l bp half the number In El. For AFB multiply Cherry Pectoral.Here ____ ALA.
The field should be gone over at leastthree ,. the number of yards In AD by NOTIC'E -We pay Jr."""""..rharlZ'tItI to all pot n t teethed M "SOUTHERN 1r01t
rANt
is evidence to polnt8 0" lens or other : EXPRESS -
times n week It Is especially half the number In FG. For DCB : j Bouthero KUprei. Company tran.fer. to said Express other(t "reM CompIy: !:! : ) only poiuU where
multiply the number of In EC
demlrabla. to dviitroy at completely as MKA8URIVO BOX. yards by .
possible the cnrllcr brood, so that there [lUll will not be HO many later In the season r.....rvoir.] four results and divide by 4840. drq+-mraf cough en Are lungs for CHAS.:: : :s: Z'UM: : cSc CO
when the main brood conies on.IrrltciXliiu with clay loam or a mixture 'rot clay The eight sided field (Fig. 8)) can be thrtt ytari*. One day T thoughtof BIT. ata.v. .
vlded luto sIx triangular and the n.yst.. JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.
--- with the local soil will make the reservoir ones howye1"11 Cheery Pectoral
'the career Meet. hold water, but a lining of measuring and calculations are the saved the life of my sister after
After the first Irrigation the sugar cement or asphaltum will be better same as above. the doctors had all given her up to
beat> requires dump land, and therefore Where there Is not frost enough to For a rough calculation It will suffice dieSo I purchased: two bottles,
'the plants ..houhlne"er suffer tor want break up snch materials. In Californiawell to "step oft" the various lines to be and it cured fny wife completely.
of moisture thereafter. Neglect wa constructed email reservoirs, with measured In which case each step Is It took only one bottle to cure my I vo
'ter the crop when It calla for It and the concrete bottom and walls thoroughly supposed to be three feet or one yard sister.' So you see that three hot
land becomes too dry, the growth of plastered wlttt pure cement, are freQuent long. Should a tapeline be used the ties (one dollar each) saved two I t
the root will be stopped noel the hitter and very satisfactory, though ex measurements and calculations may lives.V II all send you our heart- I,
becomes soft and nUll It be In feet and the divisor wUl be 43- r
spongy pensive. Probably 'a small reservoir felt thanks for what you have done ''1 -- li :
Irrigated after It has reached this stage Which !la most generally attainable and 500, as that la the number of squire for us."-J.1 I.BURG,M aeon,Col, ,
.f drought It will grow anew, nod tplx '!easily homemade la a tank of dirt- feet in an acre. Jan. 13 1899. t:'P u i .

second growth will materially decreasethe C. \VIckson, California.Pho Graft** For the Saath.

purity and sugaj.(...content of the Varieties of the Scnlpernong family a.
beets. As to when to,stop Irrigating .pha<.> of Lira*. Including Thomas Flawera. Lender-
the farmer will have to be guided by Phosphates of lime, are used extensively pulp and others should be planted In

the results of the analysis of beeta la agriculture, belDg furnished every vineyard south of latitude 35 decrees Now. for the test time YOU +
from his field However, as soon as through the medium of bone South and are specially valuable along Ii IiCIII I
the beet commence to turn yellow and Carolina Florida and Tennessee phosphate the gulf coast from Texaa to Florida, get a trill bottle of ,Coerry '

begin to ripen Irrigation must cease at rock lag: phosphates and various advises 8. M. Tracy. The vines grow Pectoral for 35 cents. Ask
once, but no old German farmer rec- gvanos. These are really used for with very little care, and the fruit ripens
otniu*>nda watting!: at harvest time ro- their fboephortc... aclJ rather. than for very late after most other varieties jour druggist. JJ
ga.rk* axi exchange.: .. lime. have disappeared. Four Full Quarts" Delivered
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Women as Well as Men THE TdBAfcCO INDUSTRY.-

M. BOBBINS Are Made Miserable -- n n III 0 ,FORERUNNER OF
GEO by Dark Export Bright Yellow mud M..

100.*.r Tob.......... Ete. C.aTA

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR Kidney Trouble. All dark export tobaoooa lire cured IKfJ m 0 CONSUWJPTION.Few .

AT-LAW. with open hardwood firm the English

Will practice in State and United States Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis- trade demanding extra heavy smoking
.mmllti", of
obstinate disease Catarrh ill. regarding it nil simple
courages and lessens ambition; beauty vigor In curing. There la a alight difference irMire what a deep-seated, a
ourt. attention ill it. But however inmgninVnnt it stem. at first, it
.. and cheerfulness the none and throat, little nr no given may
soon between the tobacco of
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Office, at TITUSVH.LIE, FLA. v' :1 lI :l disappear when the kidneys export Virginia U serious and far-reaching in its results.
and that 'of Kentucky and Tc-uaesKeis The foul accretion entering) the circulation poison[ the entire system. The .stomach, kidneysiae .
are out of order
OADLDEN or diseased. The Virginia tobacco, generally upeak- t fact all the organs-feel the effect of thin catarrhal \poison[ and when the lung are reached its progress'

D.L.. ; Kidney trouble has lag, la of better quality than the Kentucky AoJ i i.* rapid and destructive, and filially ends in consumption ,
become and Tennessee /grades and more It frequently happens that the senses of hearing and smell are in soft hones: or

A'J'TORNEY-A; T.LA W, I that It Is not so uncommon prevalent of it la used for the domestic market. '_ the none eaten into mid destroyed, causing intense. suffering greatly disfiguringtteface.\ While prays.,

ot Will Florida practice In all the Ocmrtii of the State for a child to be born The better qualities of these tobaccos! ... 1' ,.,. washes and salves may give temporary relief, no permanent benefit can be expectC'11| from such treatment.
,and the United State Courts.t. '
U Box f afflicted with weak kid- are used In this country for manufacturing .
,238. TITC8 VTLI.E, FLA. '

I Money to Loan. IS -. :""-- neys.too If the often child If urinates the- The purposes.farmer assorts the tobn!co CATARRII IS A CONSTITUTIONAL OR BLOOD DISEASE,

urine scaldthe: flesh If.when
or the child
roughly Into lugs! good leaves and top
.M. GOLDSMITH, control reaches the an age: when it should be able to leaves! but the final grading and treat and far beyond the reach of mere local remedies. Those" who rely upon them for it cure lose. valuable time, meet with ,disnp.potnttnent .
It
Is
passage. yet afflicted with ment are given by tbe packer, who also and allow the disease to take firmer hold. Only) a real blood remedy can reach thin troublesome and dangerous disease.S. .
bed-wetting, depend upon It. the cause of and the blood it, makes it rich and! healthy stimulates ami
S. S cures Catarrh because it first cleanses I'IIMaIt' purifies
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW the Is decides to whIch the various
difficulty kidney trouble country
and the first
and thus relieves the of all accumulations.Mr .
life into the worn-out poisonous
puts new sluggish organs, system
should
step be towards the treatment of qualities of tobacco shall be Rent. If .
Trrr/sviLtK, FLORIDA. : these important organs.: This unpleasant the tobacco needs darkening to meet Jiwenhine Polhllt, of Due Went, 8. c.,writes1! "I hud Catarrh which became m deep.
seated Ih..11 woe entirely deaf in one ear, and all inside of mv none including part of the none
trouble is due
I to a diseased condition of the the demands of any particular trade, sloughed.. off, \\heti the dmeaiie had gone thin far the pliynlriiiu. .gave me up us Incurable. Idetermined t 1
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as the desired\ shade 1s obtain. 1 through h< try tt. H <*_ .. lant remi't..nd began. to Improve at once.. It aeetned to .get. at the
F.J. \VEUU. most people suppose. list of the. dlKrsNr, and after a few weeks', treatment was entirely cured, and for mure than
Women as well as men are made miserable -, various way of manipulating and seven years have had no sign of the disease.. "

A ATTORNEY T-LA W. with kidney and bladder trouble, packing It. S. S. S is made! of roots, herbs and barks of wonderful tonlcal and purifying

Will practice In the Courts of the and both need the same great remedy. The light tobaccos produced la Mary. properties.: It is the only vegetable blood purifier known, and d certain and ."Cecure T .
7th
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents The mild and the immediate effect of land are air cured, while a similar type for till blood troubles bend for our bonk on Blood,1 and Skin Diseases! mid lit M

and rents and accounts collected. Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It Is sold grown In eastern Ohio Is largely cured the same time.. write our physicians about your case. They will cheerfully give you 1
"druggists: in fifty- by wood fires. These tobaccos lire used any ivfonon; orndvre wanted. We make uo charge for this SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA.

TITUSVILLE! FKOBIDA.: cent and one dollar "' exclusively for pipe smoking and cigarettes -- -- '
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sizes. You may Have a Ikl : !W the following grades clog made

D. PENN Y, sample bottle by mall by tbe packers: Finn! yellow, medium MARKETING TOMATOES. '
A. free also pamphlet tell- Home of.wamp-x. good [ fine
bright ordinary "colory
Ing all about It. Including many of the Method In Vogue For Itandllnic Dla. A THIEF IN THE NIGHT
k ATTORXEY-AT-LAW thousands of testimonial letters received red, flue seconds, medium seconds and taut Mili>nints..

, from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer lugs. Nearly all of these! goods are exported Concerning two methods In vogue for
TrrcrsviLtH:, FLORIDA. the best markets being found
& Co.. Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and handling the distant shipment of toma

Will practice In all the courts of the 7th mention this paper. In France Germany Holland- Austria[ toes Professor !"'. S, 1 Ha lie of .\h,1111 mil How Catarrh Robs Its Victims of Health and Life. '
and llelglum.Almost .
Judicial Circuit. snys: At wont. polntt tu Florida the
Thlnnlnsr Fruit. the entire yield from Maryland fruits nitpicked dead jtreenus noon Catarrh I* the moat Insidious of
r As to methods of thinning fruit few and eastern Ohio U Bold la Haltl- dI eese.. If"; : 'h'1'11t: invariably;
ns they reach full slsse and tit least a reaches the tabea anil
A. MORGAN, absolute statements cnn be made, so Inore where five large warehouseshave week before they would boffin to color lunge, rendering them. weak and E
FREDERICK
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much depend: on the conditions under been established for the Inspection Are susceptible to consumption.
They are wrapped In piiM| and
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which [ is to.J\ done. There of these goods by state olHcers. t
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, thinning ( packed In tbwI'll\ known six basketcrate P. P. P.Ilppman's .
arc certain things[ however which As soon ns these tobaccos are entered 11 C
( Guest )
the name that [U used fur handling Remedy
Notary Public. must be considered lu any cnll8. Thinning lu the warehouse a sworn and bonded
the .ienrgln pouch\ crop Thesegreen I. the only logical treatment for I
Collections, Typewriting, Stenography. should be delayed until there Is no Inspector"' draws tour samples tram: tomatoes are shipped by fast this loathsome ItI....... Catarrh I* e
taken from different now recognised aa an affection of
TrrtJsviLi.K:, FLA.GEO. further danger of premature droppingof each hogshead, freight In veutllated CHIN. The wrapping the blond and not a ", ....local trou.bte. .
fruit from luck of pollluatlon the places and nt equal dfstnnces apart Thebeetblood''udaerislhere-
In them fron
effect of frosts or other accidental beginning/ / near the bottom of the hogsbend. paper prvvonta fore the beat remedy, sod the beat
shriveling mid by the time they read blond purINeri.5cknowtedgedto be
A. WOR LEY, causes. It should be done however, These four samples, or hands, P. P. P. Under treatment with P.
are tied together and are sealed and market Home of the more mature ones P. P. the sickening discharges,with
fruit becomes to
before tbe so large as
ATTbRXEY-AT-LAW. are usually beginning to, color. Th hawking and spittirgand. offensiveodor
tax the tree. The usual recommendations labeled with the name of the owner, drawback this Is quickly disappear and pertnanent -
'General practice In State and Federal are to thin plums when about the! number of the hogshead. Its net greatest to system and radical recovery aof lee
that when hi that condition aulls.
picked no t
Courts All business entrusted will and and the of the
weight name
half and before the pits harden gross /
grown one ran tell the! exact stage of maturity Messrs. LIPPMAN A.oTa.pS, "....110 ))1nsh.
receive prompt attention. peaches when tile size of small hickory Inspector. The agents/ of foreign countries r... 4|

General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate: nuts or when half nu Inch in diameter, buy exclusively from them sam them, and that, It all In In Impossible one pnckage to will HO nsHott ripen Oenl.-Ih.veu.ed. P P., I.Ippinan-eGreal: :: nearly Krineily four: :buttlesofP. .I .....i.. mm. rirm at

i Miami. Apples when the size of hickory nuts to plea When the goods are shipped\ the waslllkimtfnuolhecrown of my firn.l. to the soles. of my f....... Your F. P. P hae cured my ctl"",".
I : together.Vheu opened on the market, cult vof hre thlniL.smntherlnK, pulutlntlnnot ....
MIAMI FLORlnA.I Inches In diameter. Tbe amount of samples are also forwarded so that the heart, sad\ has relieved of all pain One
lye some of the fruit In a basket will be nostril was clused for ten veers. hut now I can breathe through' it r.lilI )/,
I fruit[ removed will depend largely oa tho goods on reaching their destinationcan have not slept on either. side for two,...rlll.. fart I dresdeil In see rigid mine. Now uleep
: ANDREWS, be compared with the samples fully ripe while some Is dead green soundly in any. t>o ltloii all night. I am i<>years old hut expect. anna In be nl>le to tske hold of the
JAMES the previous pruning and on the age, plow handle* I feel Bind Hint, I .
Such uneven packages are less salable was lucky enough to get I' P. P and I heartily rer.ollllll.nd110\
size and variety of the tree. The from which they were bought. If there my friends. and thejml.llc; '\ generally, Yours renpertfnlly, A. M. MAI\II4t ATTORXEY-AT-L. than where all are evenly ripened Tn" cyan or TKXA* County of t"on..n"h.-R.fnr. .
should be more than 10 per cent of to. the undersigned authority on this dnr
should be left far
I Main office and P. O. TIDDA.I.S FLA. i fruits enough apart Again If the weather Is root during pefwusllypieared:: : | A M Hnmspy, who I after being' duly' sworn, nil oath that the foregoing
than the :: : f'
!
so as not to touch each other and It is bACCO In the hogshead poorer ualenienf inmle, by him; relsilvetu the virtue; P P. P: niedtoliie Is'r..u A. M. RAMItUV.wora ; .
Office open at Ft. Pierce on Sind and 4th ften recommended to leave them from sample the! inspector who Is under transit ripening Is delayed so that to and subsirlbea, before "this, Auuust 41h.! tap.

Fridays of each month. bond, becomes liable for such differ none Is ripe on arrival, and the consignment J. M. LAMIIKHT, N P? Com.nch.Cmrnly. Tuns.Pn .
four to six inches apart. hall to be stacked up In the n (Uppman's Great Remedy) la superior to all asrsaparlllaa and the most
!""7 Notary Pub ie State at Large. Fruit should bo picked by hand the ence. I scletitlflo and sncceslfnl remedy. for old sores, pimples, blotches and aU
The White Burley is entirely! air cur- tore and held till ripening begins. In diseases of the skin and blood.Llppmsn'.Oreat .
wormy diseased and otherwise Inferior ( Remedy) la well known to physlclana, who. prescribe It
this storks often accumulate
E. FOSTER fruits being removed. Mecbnnlcnl ed except In exceedingly damp weather way enormormly p. I*. p( largely in their regular practice, the formula being printed on every
and If the weather suddenly cation. Bold all
STEPHEN by Druggists
vices for thinning are not recommended when wood fires may be used. This i e
tobacco Is assorted. by the farmer Into turns warm, causing oH to ripen al|

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW tween, since good they and do bad not fruits discriminate do not leave be- the following grades: Filers the first once the entire accumulation must be I .ippman Brothers, uysx; ::;;'I'k.: Savannah, Ga.

Rooms 420 and 433 Gardner Building, fruits well distributed and often break two .bottom lI'n.t'Iwhich\ are overripeand forced off at once, or It will be lost entirely -

I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. off or lulure tbe fruit sours.FKIIJHLOOD very trashy; common lugs the thus causing/ a disastrous glut. '

\ I next two leaves; good lugs/ bright In Mississippi: the usual plan Is to allow Tlie' Nntion'8 I

and SKIN cum red short red and the tomatoes to hang until they I
'SAMUEL T. 1HAYLOIGORDON R. HKOOME.QMIAYLOR leaves, long top
are slightly tinted. The fields are picked "San Mateo '
) [ & BROOMEATTORNEYSAT.LAW. If>avetl. This tobacco Is packed In
An Offer Proving Faltlt. hogsheads by the farmer and Inspected over every day, so ilK to get as many Best CIgar ,

Ulcers scrofula In the the Maryland as possible of them In this tinted con.
; eating 1I0I'6S. cincern, same manner as
Itching[ / skin, scabs and scales of eczema, tobacco; but unlike the latter, It l Is sold dition. At the [packing shod they are .

Will practice In all the Courts of the Holies and p,,[lni In bones, back 01 joints nt auction In the warehouse.. assorted\ Into three grades' n* to color- T1; .... nil

State. Office In Law Exchange.; syphilitic blond, poison, rotten gums and Not m..re than 10 per cent of tbe ripen, mediums and greens. Usually J1Ol.ll1Il. q

\ JACKSONVILLE:, FLA. chronic rh..umtlHm, and all ub-tinate, White Burley [Is exported but on account firsts and seconds are made of each of

dttep-Heatt'd blond troubles. are qui(| .kly of Its great absorbent powers It these 'grades thus really making six Why buy Imported cigars, mndo from' heavy tropical tolmoro, cloctoitnl with
cared bv few hotlluk of
taking: a large :
T7 W. CRAVEN, Koiot tc Blood HvlmV.. challenge the Is highly priced In this country for grades, besides a seventh cull grade opium and other drugs, when you can have tin porn Florida leaf at a five-cent

1' woi'Id for a case of blond disease. that twist and plug chewing tobaccos. Theaters I that Is not shipped( but sold to canning/ price? i

DENTIST IJotonic Blood Bum will not cuie. The i [ are used for pipe smoking the! factories or fed to stock. The tomatoes -

i cures are porm,ment and not patching; heavy ladled top leaves for plug and are packed without wrapping In FREE BY MAIL TO ANY lSoxof 2.1.:\ .'. ... .i.oo

:Castle Hall, 111 West Forsyth Street._ up. In Tour blond thin? Skin pale? All twist fillers while the best leaves are flat four basket crates and are shipped! ADDRESS......J iioi'of \.0.l.7; : : : : : : : : : 6 .

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. rundown? As tired In the morning as used for cigarette plug;, twltit wrappers In refrigerator (',Jr.. Where this planIs

when you went to bAd? Pimples? Bolls. ? I and for cutting purposes. thoroughly carried out It insures avery s.V.

Swollen !glands or Joints, :? Catarrh? Put- The bright yellow and mahogany tobaccos even quality of tomatoes In each O\/VLE .,
I rid breath?. ? Sores In mouthor
W. ALLEN Eruptions
and the
package, as goods ore ripewhen
GEORGE are cured entirely by flues, a '
FAN"1tfATRO.
throat!? If so-, your blood Is bud.' FLA.
they arrive they can |I..> sold atonl.'e.
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, Blood hum will make the blond, pure method which cures very quickly, nut --- ____. __ _ _
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disastrous
nod rich, heal every lane, stop the aches more than four days being required In thus avoiding the ac ;

KKT: WEST, FLORIDA. and palM, build up the broken-down the process. As soon as the tobacco .. cumulation of storks. The cost of re.frlgerutloll Tho Largest and Most Cora-

Will practice In the United States body and invigorates[! the old and weak. put Into the barn the fire U started and makes this method slightly plete Establishment South.

and State Courts. 9jun)3I. ( llotonlo Blond Balm, the only perfect III kept going night and day until the more expensive than the other even.

blood purifier made. /Sold nt drugstore!. tobacco Is thoroughly cured to the desired though the cost of wrapping tbe tomnto .
GEO. S HACKER & SON
1.00 per large bottle, I Inolu'tlngcomplete color. This tobacco, which 1s cold 'n Is saved On the whole however ,
FRIES, C. E. directions To prove our faith In Blood It Is and there
inure satisfactory can
,
I.O.J at auction In loose piles In the warehouse -
.
Balm, a trial buttle Is Riven away to anf.fererx. .
be little doubt that for the latitude of
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land For free irl..1 l bottle address Is largely consume") In I tutu 5

legally; surveyed and mib-dlvMod.< Klood I Idlrn (lo., ,Atlan'n. fin. Don't country, loving used! for plug and twist Alabama It will on the average yieldlarg..r

Mapping; neatly done. Estimates for hesitate, but write ac nce dexrrlh'nf' wrappers cigarettes[ and fine cut clicw- net returns.The r 1 Yq3j

all kinds of engineering; works. Disputed trouble, and free person vl I medical ad- big and smoking tobaccos. Ttie broad growing of tomatoes on a largescale C f J1

lines a specialty vice given.; Bloo 1 I,11! "m ((13 I N. 134) cures cope of this type makes It exceedingly Is an exacting business\ requiring !

when nil else f ,II... Tliorouuhty td.ted popular and tbe acreage la rapidly In- constant personal care and attention Wilt yet
.y
TITUVILT.B! Brevard Co., FLORIDA. : testimonials the time tbe seed Is t I
for :tO years. Over .1,000 voluntary 4-easlug. Recently this tobacco bRa from planted I

of cures union B. B. B. Mold by Into favor with foreign countries, until the crop Is harvested It I. not a w
s. BURXr.IA: M. D. B It. Wilson; Son, dnignUtH. 22jnn, <>01 come crop that can be successfully handled ,
N. It
Japan having lately placed a large or- rw I
der for this grade. by Ignorant tenants. It line however, r

SURGEON and SPECIALIST, How to Pre. Flowera.Place Domestic cigars are made up of proved profitable at many localities In !

the lowers between sheets of which the past when Intelligently handled
binders and fillers
Ear Nose and Throat. wrappers
, drying paper before they have time to come from different district.. Tile and there Is no reason to suppose tbat

! WEST: PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.If wither. Spread them out In as natural Connecticut valley produces two typesof It will not continue to be profitable In MANUFACTUKKKH' OV "!,

a way as possible with neither leaf the broad leaf and the the future. !
wrapper -
. /leaven nor petals crumpled. Lay on, Doors Sash Blinds,
In search of bargains ,
are ,
you Havana setd leaf: The broad leaf variety A Neat Crochet EdaT.
read the ADVOCATE columns carefully. the top of them several sheets of dryIng !
has a broad. silky leaf, very elastic For the shamrock edge pattern Tbe & Building Material. :
paper, then more! flowers puttinga about two-thirds of the leaf from Designer gives Instructions as follows: For catalogue\ and) prIce address Moulding '

"HOW TO DO BUSINESS weights.stout board The paper over roust all and be Chang heavy tbe tip possessing rich grain and color. Use No. 2 crochet.cotton. First row.- B. JEROME, .ONce&WareroomsKing, opposite I I;,

Small veins are also characteristic of TrefolU. First loop.-*, 4 d a. p. ., j Cannon. Street.Churlcstoiiy: .
OK THE several times encb dayNERVITA this leaf. There U only one small area Rock ledge Flu.1 Agt., for JJrevard Co I
] S. C.
Secret|of Succsss in Retail Merchandising In the Connecticut valley adapted to Agent for I

PILLSRestore Its production./ The leaf of the Havana Cast: Coast\ for the Olobe Da KnilnosBO / ) '
1GEO.N.McLE&SThe -- Sash Cord and
Mont Comprehensive Praetlealand Vain- seed Is smaller than the broadleaf Weights,

able TreatlM on Huslnew, and How to Successfully Vitality. Loft Vigor and Manhood I much narrower and I I. exceedingly '

A text lx>book It,ever of pnbllHheo.practical hints rules and exmnples Cure Imporeney.Nilrbt[ Emissions,Lou of Me.... thin and silky, bat possesses lees e YEARS Hardware.
> all wasting die..._. EXPERIENCE
of such rare value that everyone, no matter ", self-abuse elasticity and covering quality. It does
effects of
how old and"experienced cannot but. derive .... and Indiscretion.or 6 0 not poswss tbe rich grain of tbe brand Window and Fancy Glas
absolute and poiliive value from Its te."hlnlfAwhUe Tag AIfROCIC KIX1K.
to the young novice It Is a band book lOud d builder and PILLS lenf. The middle[ and lower parts areglossy ,
value. 10", Briom three times from to -, 4 d u, close. A SPECIALTY.EAST .
,treasure
Indinpeiniable / j'
Blow to pale and have large veins. This portion '
28 Grand Chapter. Agents Wanted. Full .pink restores tbe 5 0 Second loop.-4 d s, join to third p of
'Ag.ntoatatIiu UtIngthe83 1 book on receipt : of the leaf la not desirable' for
cof'l. Bonk stills to in all of youth. By mall CTS. first loop. -. 2 d a. p. *, eight times
every
.torek""r.r. box. 0 boxes for purposeh. The CoDI1t'ctlcotwrapPf'r
;: wrapper
.Un.... e per from to ., 4 d s, close.. Third loop. -
OO,with bankable armnt to
1osJElFEERSONPJACKSONr: 03 our ea e cur competes with the Imported TRADC MANaa
tU Dearborn street. Chicago, lit or and refund -- s. p. 4 d s. p. 4 d m, close. Repeat the &0.
KIT As an advertising medium, no EXTRA STRENGTH of the domestic tobaccos except taat directions to end of row. Second row.- Anyone sending: a tketeh) end if.Mrvfptinfi maynlililf
Tablets .
Nervita In Florida front Sumatra seed.Messrs. .- 's Nrt ln our cplnM.n fro nMher mnInywntlon jys
the East Coast beat the grown shuttle threads to first ,. nwtefit.Ma' f"lmmunra.IC .
can and '
on Join ball p pmhahlf
paper
I Immediate, Remit .. ...... ......
advt. Whitney and Floyd la Agricultural >,i.Mrlatlr>. .nlld.l tul(.l. .. .dl. on .n...
ADVOCATE. Give us a trial (TU.LOW IAUCI.) of trefoil. Make 4 d s. on ball thread. sent f rew. Oldest a..n..y fur_rn,.,,......>*.
and be convinced of the pink paper1. Positively guaranteed cure for Lon of Power Year Book. and shuttle thread make -, 0 Potent taken niuuh /Mann.u. reeelve
Turn on .
Varlcocele U.developed or Shrunken Organs ep.kNmiles *n h 'ul .r.eis/ SEEDS
worth. Paresis, Loeomotor Atarla.: Nervosa Prostr. ''d s, p, O d a. close, *, twice from to -. _
tlon. Hysteria. Flu Inanity. Paralysis and tbe Df. J. B. Smith of New Jersey recommends Sckniific Jlm rlcan.A .
On ball thread make d m. Join to tre- s
Marriage Paper..JK.V: Liqnnr.Results of By Exceeds mall In Use plain of Tobaeco..." ....,..Opium S1.OO or a the use of carbon'bl.ulpblde toll 4' d a. turn, and with shuttle "...-t .....u,. '.....rt. nr.enl.ll.m C1'OW paying cPOpe berauw abe,.',.
,
n Tnoasantfa or adyerlKers to ...ber box thread make 6 d .. p. 0 J d m, close. Repeat i f"or month..It Mold kr
from Wealthy. patrona. Jntraduailcm bond to our la 80 dmyai or rotund curled leaf .Is noticed the bill and :
up Refuse aubotauue.
Formal and".....Dal. JOO WOK Sntney pld. AddreeaNERVITA to end of row. Third row.-Join MUNNPlea; 'rl wJrk ale.y.y"be.
_. aia' those around It should be fumigated.A &C bV ......
b ad free to 11011 copy i MEDICAL CO. both thread to first p of second row 3 ......,.. W..b....... : 8Uellio Yerry' mad .rOlOpe. I'
*OCIALAMEa1CAa.TeledeOaie.Great should be
tolerably tight cover placed IIIIJO Need Annual rwW..11e for I.
ClntonA Jackaon StA, CHICAGO, ILL. and 4sp,3dsp.3dejolutopotaecond
aee4at
Ri 1
MavaXnee sent opon receipt of inefnr. ......... Rl[at., Tltu llle, Fla. foot of under the cover. p la third loop, repeat. w rltlng axlrertlaer
spare
Toledo Adv. Bureau 14 St.Clair At..ToledoO J


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\ EAST COAST ADVOCATE, CHINA WHPLLY TO BLAME ? .THE COOPER & McKEE REFRIGERATORS.. This is to Merchants.And .


.&.w.aSL""Ot7BIU.L-DBVOfBD TO TUB DBVCLOrHBHT When we consider that for many Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
the civilized world has been
OW TUB IMDIAlt KIVBB. tAEB years The first-class ice
only
WORTH AND BIHOAVMB BAY OT1O8S.. nagging at China, and that. several

wars' have been forced upon them, chests and refrigerators on We do a strictly wholesale business. Our prices are right as we study
PUBLISHED EVERY FBI DAY. we are led to believe that some
L onmmunloatlon/ other countries more enlightenedthan the market, with! all the 1 them. We fill orders the day they are received. We know what In-

Address all EAST COAST ADVOCATE the Mongolians might ,have latest improvements. ; I dian River Merchants need and carry justsuch a stock. Our travelingmen

TITCIVILLB FLaum. shown equal ferocity under the visit the Indian River territory every month. We are liberal in

-- --- same conditions. The "opium war"of our dealings. We quote prices and send samples. Try us when InDeed

TICKET. 1812: was a misuse of power, ..
DEMOCRATIC gross CHARCOAL SHEATH.IXO of goods. We can and will please you.
compelling the Chinese governmentby

1 NATIONAL. force of arms to submit, not LINES. i

For President: only to the opium trade, but to cede GALVANIZED IUOXSHELVES I I h'' dt M Y 1 Benedict Follak c& Co.
WILLIAM JENNINGS: BRYAN, Hong Hong island and open four I ,
of Nebraska.For treaty ports besides Canton. In AND

Vce, -Presldent: 185fl a second war was waged, resulting JACKSONVILLE FLA.

ADLAI E. STEVENSON, in the Tien Tsin INSIDE LINKING- ____ ____ __ _m _____
of Illinois. treaty, INI'I' f'diIIWl1'fi't' ICI,'? i i wYt IP

For Presidential Klfctorit, : whereby China ogreed to three DOUBLE DOORS ON Ill T hli-, Irll'i I r
f S.: J. IIILHUUN, of Putnam. things: Entrance of foreign merchants ; THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
WI I JOHN S. KHAKI, of EHcambla. to the interior, protection of TOP. LOCK ON1 LOWER r hP;
'F W. 11. ELLIS of 0,181101., > missionaries and native Christians, p

i M. L. WILLIAMS, of DeSoto./:! and residence of foreign ambassadors DOOKH.WRITE: Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement

in Pekln. The third war was ,
1
! For Congress, 2nd Congressional District: the Chinese of the Tien,Tsin treaty, r.
----- -We also carry a complete Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick
''I ROBERT W. DAVIS:: when the English, French and American Paving .....

.f ambassadors were refused Line of the Celebrated Odorless Refrigerators.
,STATE TICKET. passage up the Pel Ho towards Pe- Offices foot of Hogan Street Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 202.J. .

! for Governor: kin. At first defeated, th.. Englishand
J WM. S. JENNINGS. French with a great army, afterwards Write us for prices on anything in our line. K. :MUNNERLYN, General, Manager.

For Justice of Supremo Court: moved upon Pekin, captured .
-- - --- - ---------------- --
1 FRANCIS 1*. CAUTEU. it, and in retaliation for brutalities :E. :F. CLR'FURNITURE
1 for Secretary of State: inflicted Frenchmen

1 J. for Attorney-General JOHN I.. CRAWFORD.: the French burned upon to the groundthe CARPETS, MATTING and HOUSE FURNISHINGS, MeMurray ,& Baker,

Emperor's magnificent summer ,
W. B. LAMAR. palace. The foreign' wars were J ].r. onv111c :J1"18. .
1 Fur Comptroller: .- -- 220 and 222 East Bay St. Mohawk Block. Jacksonville, Fla.
the Chinese of determined --
\ W. II. REYNOLDS. proof to a -

For State Treasurer: and steady policy by the Western Headquarters for-
JAMES/:! WHITFIELp. Powers to force an entrance within The H-O Co.'s Feeds

For Supt. of Public Instruction: their/ gates, and to occupy their Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles
I W. N. SHEATI /:!. ports and contiguous lands. Bus' ,
I For Commissioner of Agriculture: sia furnished China with a loanto
B. E. McLIN. Are exclusive rations of grain scientifically blended to accomplish certain ends. and Sundries."KELLY" .
t aid her in the payment of the
,
I For Railroad CommlKHlonerr, with The H-O Co.'s Poultry Feed to Insure a greater yields of eggs and
heavy indemnity Japan .
war ,
JOHN L..JIOKOAN.SKflATOItlAI shorter moulting season. SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on you wheelsat
t. but in return for this apparent a
. friendship Russia made China cede The H-O Co.'s Horse Feed to Insure the maximum of strength short notice.

Port Arthur to her and agree to and condition to your horse. .
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The H-O Co.'s Scratching Feed for Poultry to produce profitable
the of
building a railway through
For Senator 13th Senatorial/ District: '
E. N. DIMICK. Manchuria anj the peninsular to results. '
I Port Arthur\ as the terminus of the The H-O Co.'s Dairy Feed will greatly Increase the How of milk, and make HARDWARE.Doors

COUNTY'TICKKT. great Trans-Siberian and. Russian. It richer in butter fat; at the same time keeping up I the live weight of tho COW \\. .

railway rot to be outdone Ocr-? that the trial of a sample lot of the 1I-() Ctt.'s Feeds will
For Representative: Guarantee t thttnbuvu claims we will chuuifully refund
recently 'seized a port and e I IIII"'Mtllnll"l.o" or
many Sash
K. B. UAULEUSOX, and Blinds Paints Oils
your money. ,
strip of territory at Kid Chow hay ,
I For County\ A.Judge D. PENNEYFor : in !Shang: Tung ,province. With Ask your feed dealer for It. If he dons not keep It we will supply you direct. -"...- .

Clerk Circuit Court: such an experience of the aggressive CHURCH ANDERSON & CO. Glass" Cutlery and Ammunition.
) ..
,
A. A. STEWART, power of the Western nations .
\WEST ADAMS STREET, JACKSONVILLE, FIA.
For Tax Collector: is it any wonder that the Chinese
E. W. HALL, hate and fear all foreigners? "We ----- J1'rC>. ..... :BTOTD: :: d...:: .CC>.

For Tax Assessor: would feel do in the matter ANNOUNCEMENTS.
as they Is' a serious one. Arbitration pre- .
J. F. WOOTEN I 122 West Bay Street JACKSO VILJE. FLA.
'I and would we not, perhaps, acteven gents itself to us as the most feasible \ -
]For Shel'IIT: All announcements under thl
than the political .
more energetically the -- --'-- --- ------- ---------- -- -- --
offered -
for adjustment -----------
J. P. BROWN, plan now heading will be charged: for nt the uniform -
For Superintendent Public Instruction: Boxers? We must remember thata of all labor troubles.' Certainly ate of *."> each, strictly In advance, HAMMOND PACKING CO.
H. E. MIDIS:: masiiuoree of Chinese occured In the strikers are not altogether
For Treasurer. : California a few years ago, for to blame for the present! condition ( FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.At (Formerly The G. II. Ham mood Co.)

1<" H. ROVE, much less offense that the Powers of affairs. capital must stand the solicitation of my fiends I OUR SPECIALTIES :

For Prosecuting Attoinuv: have given from time to time in ready to make reasonable concessions announce myself HS a candidate for "Coin
hams
J. E. ANDREWS.: China. We are not trying to con. for otherwise it would invite I county commissioner of the let (listrict. Special" and breakfast bacon
For County Surveyor: done the Boxers for their action disaster. Capital can not exist and rt-spectf) ask the support of the "Coin Special" canned meats."Calumet" -

J. O. FKIES. nor do we believe the constituted without labor, neither -can labor Uemociatlo vote's of CHAS.liievnrd 1f. county AUIAN. hams and breakfast bacon.

authorities of China are all to blame exist without capital. Hut if these "Calumet" leaf lard.

BRYAN, it I is said, will carry the for the brutal murder of mission. two essential factors are to continually FOR STATES, ATTORNEY. Homemade lard.

city of Montgomery, Alabama. and aries in Pekln and ,elsewhere; but war with each other, is it not I hereby announce myself a candidatefor "Peerless" pure ,
be autoMobileRKMEMUKH ,- we do mean to say that their violent reasonable to suppose that eventually States Attorney of she Seventh Judicial compound lard sausages
outbreak was not wholly un there will be a bloody struggle! Circuit of Florida, and respectfully md all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE FLA.
I warranted in the of above request the support of lli. Ueniociaiic' .. .
light between the factions? We do not
: to-morrow (Saturday) -- -
I Voters of the Circuit. for. the place at the ----------
is the last day for paying your poll facts. The missionaries, of course, like to look at what seems to be the primary. to be held on N"v.'H.i lH)0.( )
i tax. If you are not yet registered were not in any sense'liable for the inevitable conclusion of strikes JAMES: D. BEG as. WILLIAM CLARKS PLUMBER.;\

don't wait another minute but at. aggressiveness European nations, but it is folly to shut our eyes to "-
_' tend to the matter at once. but the Chinese; made them exam- ; facts, and argue; that causes do not FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY.At .

pies of their vengeance, merely because necessarily produce their elfects. the solicitation of many friends Fine Gas Fixtures Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing Sheet

TilE modest suns of $200,000,000 the missionaries were for- When capital becomes oppressiveand throughout the Circuit I announce myself Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs, Water Closets

is all the indemnity the Powers ask eigners, and the Boxers wished to labor grows irritable and restless the Seventh a candidate Judicial for State's Circuit Attorney of Florida of, and Wash Stands. Copper vessels of all kinds and

of China. This trilling amount show their antipathy for all thoseof disturbance is as sure to follow and respectfully request the support of descriptions re-tinned.

should be paid in at once, and a foreign birth. Self interest will as that two storm clouds coming the Democrats of the Circuit at the primary -
negative these propositions, but. Li in contact will produce wind or election Oidered for November tlth,
barbecue in honor
grand given of
the ratification of the treaty. I. Hung Chang was, nevertheless, correct rain. An attempt by either side to 1000. JOHN C. JONES. 37 Forsyth St., -, Jacksonville, Florida.
when he said that China is --
an wear the other out la a dangerous
enormous pie and! each of the proceeding and if persisted in, Invested In our ,Contracts T
IP ENVY malice or jealousy. hasso European powers "is hoping to out will\ certainly result finally in the $130 JWable $1.2.1 per $240
week for 104
you thoroughly can not vote mastered for Jacksonville you that a big slice for himself. overthrowing of society. Wise ar. weeks will return to you rr::: P L UIVIBIN G.
bitratora far towards an .
can go .
for the capital site, do you not This Is what'some of our Con-
STRIKES. amicable of those
think it would be more manly to adjustment tract Holders Say:

vote for Tallahassee outright thanto troubles and if capital and labor Jacksonville ...1...., Supt.21, lt(>0.
hide behind either St.'Augustine The great coal strike in Pennsylvania can be persuaded to accept this M.J. align Mur.. city Steam, Gas and Hot Water Fittings Tin, Sheet Iron I
has been thoroughly com- dictum their ditrercncea.-can be ItearSir.-WIChpleasnreIscknowtedge your
or Ocala whom you know cannot omupany'a check for $:JN( ), covering. full amount and Copper !
mented by the not onlyin quickly rectified. ... Smithing.
,
win? upon press or my Diamond Contract I. it/:I ml to In-
this country, but in Europe also.] :tore: the I eoiupnny'fi proraptnnrtv and: bUHlneis
manngementwhich lnenreatheirsocce.s I'pnn
Thousands of dollars that other. i 1 iveHtltfatlon I and that all contracts are ctd Estimates furnished on; application to any part of Florida.
FRIEND Caldwell, of the Lake SCHOOL BOARD MEETING. promptly. I am Informed that the mutual Fidelity 1-
wise would have been in circulation
Co, Is the strongest Company or IM klnilIn
City Index seems to be laboring have been tied Op, to use a I America. More contract i.1 what I waut. :II001i: :R d3 LXcrEITJIC: : : >:J: 'Y,
With (bet wlnheft. 1 ,
under the hallucination that he am
Is homely phrase, and the mining The school board met Monday\ Oct. Your rexuectfully, OKI. r>.B.BItLOIlItR. 13; to 28 South Main street.
Capital, and that the people are I companies are so far behind with 2nd and those present were S. F. Glbbs, Mgr.Collection Dept,t'leavolami F. Co.
him Jacksonville. I chairman K. E. !Mime, John M. Dixon JACKSONVILLE ". .
trying to move to ; PINTSCIl COMPRESSING: Cf\tPA: Y.JACk"onYllle. FLORIDA.
their orders that it will be impossible superintendent John II. Same secre ____
if brother -- __. _
Perhaps, our worthy: can to meet the demands that. will\\ Fla.,Sept.21,1'JOO. -h.
dispel the illusion, he will, for the be made upon them when winter tary.The minutes were read and approvedby )r.J. Sllgh Mgr Mutual Fidelity Co.,city i
Dear-tsminrecelptor Company'srliecK
sake of suffering humanity, cease sets in. Strikes and their ultimate the board. for *-M"> cancelling; my your tasinon.l C'on-
his erratic and spasmodic' warfare The treasurer's report received and ordered trm'ta with th..... Thanking you for yourl'I'O."t"
effect upon civil government and entered on minutes. The war- "*. and I cheerfully recommend your
upon Jacksonville. to who wl'"h.." a profitable lu- '
ompany anyone
the commercial world are ably discussed rants paid by the treasurer wore cancelled vaitinent. I am yours
in magazine articles both and ordered to be filed. NNLIayllROWN,Sept, GOOD
ANY man who votes against Jack. by statemen and political economists Request received from trustees of City While our contracts mature at 104 weeks QO SOAP
sonville for the capital is a Tallahassee but no real solution of the I Point school building that the house be nt a profit to the investor of S.I; per cent,
painted. It wan ordered that in view of Our Company teservea the right to call for
man, regardless what city problem hae yet been given, neither xtraortllnary expenses already Incurred, In any or all contracts at expiration of HARD VMaq'E.Rr
he casts his ballot for. There are has anyone, except in a sort of that the painting of the buildlug must 40, (10(; or 80 weeks and pay (110 per cent.
possibly a few uninformed men who spasmodic way, attempted to follow be deferred until another year. The Company estimates It' will be at Z17aidd Ap tiyp
.Q.lU1-.1"'or.mv
believe that St. Augustine or Ocala them out to their logical and fear Miss Fanny! Gray was appointed to I least:9 years before any contracts go b...
teach Shiloh school No. 10.
yond the 40: week redemption period; -
might win, but the intelligent voter ful conclusion We sty fearful because The school No. 3rt, Huntervllle, was therefore you would 1 pay Into the Company -
--
knows that when casting his ballot we believe that a strike is agreed to be continued by moving the $1.2.1 per week for 40 weeks: Total -- -
for either of these cities he is vo- nothing more than anarchy in its school to a more convenient location for paidiO.On and draw out $80 (Oil, leavingu _fc-
the children In the northern part of the ) Investment.We -rL|= !
ting for Tallahassee.WE profit of $30.0O on a t.o.OO "Alljnlib CLOCKS
incipiency, for the obvious
I very settlement. will sell from one to twenty con 1 LW rjr ,
reason that it is an unlawful strug. Ordered that furniture not needed in tracts to any one person and nut receive
: CAN understand how cities gIft) for supremacy. Not that it is any school tx transferred by order of over 4 weeks payment In advance at any
outside of Florida can, be jealousof not perfectly legitimate for any the superintendent, to the those schoolsIn one time. .- Jewelry Diamonds
need of additional furniture. ,
Jacksonville, but we cannot understand class of men to refuse employmentwhen I The superintendent reported that For full particulars call on or address, C ,II(, f
Souvenir
how any Florida town or the wages offered are Inade- schools at Canaveral Jensen St. Lucle, MUTUAL FIDELITY CO. Vi Wedding Rings and Presents,

title can be envious of our met rop. quate for their support, but that City Point and Tropic are n* yet without Room 8r Park Building, tMTl' j \Valtham Watches, etc.
oUSt We speak for ourselves when invariably they deny others the teachers; also( that the Pineda school,
Jacksonville FixGood
No. 31. would close about the Oth InOlt.,
saying, that any advancement made privilege of working those figures caused by removals. salesmen wanted In every town. FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING

by Jacksonville, or any other Fior- which they refused., Here is where ... A SPECIALTY.

ida city, is, to us, a matter of pride anarchy shows itself in the great -Impure water Is the cause of much !Banks::'rWeekly in your collections own town. made through Watch Inspector for Plant System, and also for Jacksonville A Southwestern R'y.

.and congratulation. To feel other unions of labor, and the questionas sickness. Remedy this,by getting: a tine Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charge paid one way. R. J. RILES,

wise IB narrow and selfish. to how the evil can be eliminated filter from Claude Walton, Tltusville. -Do you filter ;your drinking water f 223 W. Bay St., JAO Oryn.U!, FLi.

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COAST ADVOCATE OCTOBER 12. 1900. b I ,


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Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG, Eden. Watches AND Jewelry. THE SOUTHERN FRUIT CO.


Pineapples are going forward daily.C. i
EYE SPECIALIST.We .
A. Robinson", left, Tuesday morning, 10 and 12 Bridge street, JACKSONVILLE:, FLA.
.
for a tlshlng trip to the Inlet. The old established Watch and Jewelry business, THE GOLDEN

Dr. Platts, of Fort Pierce, made a ALIGATOR. has removed from the old stand, ;5 West Hay streetto "Wholesale Fruit and Produce Merchants.We .

short visit to Edon, on Sunday. ] -117 West Bay street! on the same RUle of the street! in the
pay cash for nil fruits and vegetables, or receive ou commission. ,
Messrs. W. F. and .II. W. Richards Traveler's Hotel Established In
block. 1S7I.: Address, giving shipper the benefit of the market
drove to Fort Pierce and back, lust Friday

..3L.OTTXS:: : i.: S':JeJ: :EBeJJ'I"S.: : : : ::: IMtO.MPT: ItKTUltNS.: OltOKKH: 1"11.1,1' at I. )\Vl i4T KICi:3.

Mrs. E. A. Ireland and Mrs J. II. Le- -We want--

Tourneau made a trip to Jensen, on Sat 4n WEST BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 'OMATOKS, LIMES': IMXKAPI'I.KS: \ : H.\\\\:' :' (rorOANTTS, LEMONS,

urday, OKANGKS:: Ol'AVAM' APl'LKS: POTATO: ONIONS:' rKI.KUY: : ,

It. W. Richards is POULTKY AND I F.OOtlc1rUSII
putting up an Aer- Invested In our Contracts ,
motor for G. E. Coou, at Jensen, this
correct all cases of simple and week. $130 Payable $1.25 t por week THE SOUTHERN FRUIT COMPANY,
'
compound refraction of the eyes, relieving Mrs. Rooks, of White City, Is visiting S for 104 weeks Will 10 and 12 liridgoStreet, JACKSONVILLE: :, FLA.

all nerve and eye strain, headaches, Mrs W. F.! Kichards,expecting to remain .
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and often sick stomach. A scientific several weeks. Return $240.

examination made before fitting glasses. Henry Whipple made a trip to St. Augustine You !

We carry the largest optical stock In the hist week, returning Friday, with r PABLO BY THE SEA
two line horses.
State. We also do the largest optical ,
Mutual Co.
'
business. Repair work by mall prompt church Sunday at the Congregational Fidelity

ly attended to. Address at 11 a. m. Sunday ,
school at 10 o'clock.

Dr. E, H. ARMSTRONG, Specialist.Clarke's John Miller returned from the wreck, of Baltimore, Md. Property of the Florida East Coast Railway

last Saturday, with his sloop, and Is delighted M. J. SLIGH Manager for Florida.
Pharmacy, to be at home again.
No. 8 Park Building\ Jacksonville, Florida
55 W Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla. Our gardeners are all busy getting their Tlio most popular seaside rt'sort! In the youth I

land roady for planting. We will soon
.
Lots the
fronting unit boiilc\arils
-- be t ocean now
enjoying fresh vegetables. Melbourne.
U. S. Department of Agriculture Georgiana. offered for nalo. Special prices for next :JIO days.
Britt Bros., have leased the Ilemphlll

Weather Ilureim-Jupiter, Fla. property at this place, which is a guar-

antee that it will be well taken euro of. GOODK!!: ft: OOODR.!!: -Uo..l Estate': and Loans.A Mrs. p, A. Black left, Monday, for O oia.it lo-ri-ca.: euchmari:: : ) : gt
, The following is a comparative state- The Rent fur '+:t".., Ixinilon and Liverpool millOlobe \ Palm[ Iteiicb: where shoo expects to remain -
improvements at ClifTclale still
ment of temperature and rainfall for the go 1'rovMt'iico Waxlilnplon, Mini and ..* during tho winter. 23: Hogan street, JACKhONVILLK:: KLA.PAULO .
merrily on. The cottage, especially, la i-itln Klre liiHiiriinco. 8]>ecinl,. attention (mill I'
week Tuesday Oct. 1000.)
ending-1\)00-\ -18!>9- getting prettier every day. 'Tis a pretty. to the liiterom.. of non-roaideuts. Mesdames Wethey and Wagner wore
--'- --- -' ------
cage. calling on Mis. J. W. lliunor and daughter
DATE. MAX.' MIN. MAX. MIN. HOTEL RLETO'N-Ol''n tho year round. Jtn.ll Miss Maude Laughlin, Thursday of :HY THE: SEA LIVERY.Turnouts .
3 80 70 80 72 James Britt Is showing his public spirit (litful spot r-o spend winter nr Binninw. I-o- last week.Uiclo .
4 8S 75 81 73 by cleaning] the publlo road running anted lUver.on Tornm high, moilorote.Mall, overlooking the Indian

5 85 78 8n!) 7.11J through his property, thereby earning Fit A Mi KOIIKUTXON,Proprietor.Subscriptions Itughey and J. W. nruncr ordered of all descriptions M.\ l)IH.F: ItonSF.S, i
( 80 78 85 75 the gratitude of many pedetttii.tns. --- -----.---- their fertilizer, Monday, and arc going r ,,

7 80.1) 83:! 72 We noticed the Swallow skimming the @P- for the ADVOCATE, to plant a largo quantity of beans, : BAGGAGK Transfer,
8 8(5( 73 82' 07 the pink pope of tho East Coast, will be later ou r
waters of the river last week Even
9 87 73. 81 (i8 received the Melbourne Postofllue. THAI'S HAULING Kto.Wm. : .
with her wings clipped tilio makes good Mrs. Dell Miiuson and Miss I llILt.t.lo! : ,
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Total rainfall for the week l.l.'i: --- ---- --- -
: time, and gives a very good race to any Thaycr were calling on. Mrs.( Ida May
Departure from normal rainfall for tho of the craft that tackle her. Miss Jessie Joodo spout last Sunday limner and daughter, Miss Maude, ouMonday. SUUIUCYW\, WILKINSON: ,
week: minus 1.37 inches. Departurefrom with 1lsillall1le: Taylor, at Eau Gallia I
normal rainfall since January 1 The ladies Interested St. Paul's Episcopal LAUDAUS, '" ; .r, Proprietor.Pablo' \
minus 0.35 Inches. church will meet the first TuesdayIn Cnpt. and! Mis. Nesbitt and Master: "' Mrs. S. A. Uncock loft, on Tuesdayof r

HAL.>. HARDIN, Observer. each month. The first meeting was Bottford, of Eau Gallic, were In town, last week, fur Daytona, to help care VICTORIAN \ lleiirli, Flu.
held on Ootober the 2nd, at the residenceof Sund.iy. for her little'graulson/ Willie Uarnett, .

Mrs. J. T. Waters, Tibbals. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Watts,* who is still very sick
.
Tibbals.The Miss Pearl Ripley, a neice of Captain of Eau Gallic, pnld a flying visit to town, Jlmmlo Tuttle Is trucking with Dr. Rockledge. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS..

Richards, who is pleasantly rememberedby Monday.Mrs. Chambers, this season. They have already -

our young people who met her dur- Lillian Conkllng Walker, of Titusville put out throe thousand live bun 1\(1'\( .. II. S. Williams+ has tcturmul from, (nontlmii'd' from 8th page)
Musical Club met, Saturday evening ing her stay at the Netherby, is attend- the of Mrs Ilalnlin last dred pepper! .plants nll.ll\ quantity of tomato '
was guest Dumorust Ou. -I.
her summer outing at ; ;
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. ing Wellesley College, beginning with Saturday. plants.' I) f Gniildou iiiKinty, judge. 21(5)M : (
much bt.n..tlltt..1 In health
W. H. Harris and all usual the fall term.Passed Goldsmith 1'lOIot'I"111I11t ratty :XI: :3:1:
as spent a Miss
very pleasant evening. Mis. Frank Latham, of Oak Lodge, Mary Wlttfcld, who Is attending; Mr. mid Mrs II. P. Mummies\ of Now A A Kurd gumi! nod fish warden, 10 (0(1(
Assistant Surgeon W. F. Arnold was Ijeie Tuesday, to visit her daughter: school lln Coooa, came homo, 1"l'ldarnr, haven, 111'11I limb unyHiiulli.t Thvy A AytUwartclknndaud'rtocoins/ 11151 I f
Miss OlaYa Otwnll, Wavelnnd's promt- U. S. N., halt been ordered to report Mrs. Ed Morgan.: a visit wish her grandmother over /Sunday are cUl11lnllIlIlIlIlIlIlIy early. this veer, us 111'1"...ntlult Iii U1 I I
nent, school teacher, was the guest of! for duty It the Chicago Naval recruiting Miss bury retunml l to Moh\l.lat the new iKldillon to the :Now Knrktpilge: lull rvu'd tax sales I :21f !I
Miss Susie Summers, Saturday and Sunday station. Dr. Arnold !is the MesHis. E. Taylor, II. Willhito and Cocoa, on Monday morning, hotel will and also made formal calls on several brother of Mrs. E. A. Ireland of this Person Paddlson, of Eau Gallic, were In Charles Provost with Ids trade-bout., preparation for the opening.' .1 1 Muiutol copy minutes for pub a (Oil
lends here. place, and has many friends throughout town Sunday evening/ calling/ on- Merchant! WHS stopping "1111 along the G J II Walton pilntlug; co voiichcisT 700
Florida who will be glad to learn that Tho Cocoa-' Itucklodgc I school Is dully T Wot. Imo I III>
of St. Augustine shore List, iiioi-o
Miss Kingsley, of Fort Pierce, spent George rhlllips, arrived Saturday, and from appearances !
several! days last week In this place as his health Is slowly but surely improve here, Tuesday> to visit hid folk*. was doing a tlnlvlng business, aho liicrt>a..lng In situ The tunoilnioni\ in' .1 I I lltuiiy tiom as 110 treasurer 1\7: 95 I
,,, and It is
the ", "I nit day wan 72 / now
1' .1 Gorkshutt ollloer.J 11141
the guest of Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Harton; Ing.Our All are glad to see George's happy face was selling at fl"llIeo.II'l'lcos. n-gs'n
poor school children are between us again. over HO, with prospiTts: of snvcrnl mom U scrovoii milne, for jell\ //10
also Mrs. Platts Is visit with among
making a
the devil and the deep bea. They haveto \Miss Itenti'Ice Sunders, tho lovely and pupils Ina few "'I'"kll" It Is bolliwni 1 J It Walker . 101
Mrs. Harton.
her daughter, walk the railroad, back and forth to Mis. Chns. McBride and son, Willie, hllhlyaclllnpllltlwcJ daughter of W. K. that the number wllll'ouch hundred I'niipor, lI"t. 141(5)(

Frank Waters has lately purchased a school, with the possibility of meetinga / left, Tuesday, for Melbourne liunrh. Sanders, of Indlanohi, who Is touching mink before thu year Is over. .10 1 Fries supt of loadM. HI ,10

sailboat, which Is now in fine shape, and train on the .embankment: where the where they will bo the guests of MUs lIt'hnflllLt this place, .drove homo with her This Is Clue sitasun for ostliuatnH on tho, Of! I KliMid n>u11 wink .diet\ 1 :lUll) I

he Is one of the happiest !boys In town, railroad crosses the savanna In two places, Lee, for sometime hither, Friday afternoon, to upend Sunday and I we Sill In tlio Tlmim J U J Mtmilel horse hire "I 2: tl()
as be is having much sport sailing with with tho "homo folks., !Miss Dee I Is orange crop G II Nlillmlill Imhr id wk 1 -I 1)0I ) I
or wading; the county road with Its weeds, K. A. Harden, of Sebastian, was In Union and Cltlxen that thu ubiquIIout|' "I ,
his friends on the river. and snake ha meeting with good success. In her school, J owind bilge (II I Mllo C'kJ 1 ::10) (l4)I ) '
young water bore. It Is positive); town, last Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jennings movedIn disgraceful, the way our road Is kept, especially know that ho wits 11 candidate. for Coun- and has thu liiye and esteem of both par fine stylo. Ills general estimation 1 IN I W (Itlllltt. sect oontrnot I 1:4IJO: :

their new and elegant residence on tho sholl road. We have frequent ty Commissioner. Ho bait a number of ents and children. high, Icing put down at one niillloiboxes. (,' II SI1I1.II'I'II" ft :2'Ifs) 110

Saturday last. They surely have a model showers, and the water stands tends hero. Tile Y..llnllllLllloK! of North Georgiana: Of this largo yield, Dado, county ItJ LnK southern home, and their many friendsare ankle deep in the ruts, and the weeds are Missus Beatrice Sandeis, Maudo Laugh Is assigned UtICIJt..xus( ( ( \ whllo Ilievurd Towllflf Tltiuvllle rd tx fMIIII"l :2 Ii'll HI)
waist else. The child Lust Monday evening' Captain Claude T A IColiluson rout cont I 12: :4:' 21): I) (eM)
pleased to see them so comfortably deep everywhere llu and, Eva and Nellie Owen, spent Sunday the homo of the Indian, River orange" I Iclaxsedwlrhthe"scattering" In I
located. ren frequently come home drenched to Bonnjoun took tho following jolly ["II.tyfor evening very. pleasantly lit Uncle and< This well 1 II: ': ;"wan.nll" >. .. I II I :4 rlIlH
is shameful a moonlight sail: Mr. and Mrs. John ,, ('hmster.'resson" l.'l: "I 3 "I") UI.
the waist. It a thing for a Auntie Hughes' singing! with Mis posted railroad man. also tell us how
Will Luce has his launch running now tax-paying. / people to have to stand such Ferguson, the Misses Blanche" deker, Maude Lnunhlin: at tho organ. She Is a many now groves are being set In Jakl'lOl'allto J A llooth II HI :4: 175: (N)
in line shape, after having" the machinery a state of affairs. Jessie Ooode,Allie end Molllo Nicholson, tine musician and all tho young ladies and Volusla counties, and "one II Lumber <;'o Imbr, culvuits .. a Ii 1.7

thoroughly overhauled and some new of the Susie Johnson, Kmma McFarllti\ Clifton are Rood singers! and have sweet voices, or two In Iliovard." To) show how, \llttlu Townitltrwnrtrond of Cociiathiiio I IHOlltax/' ) :7 1:1I: 7R I
parts put lu. He took a party over to Pity the woes poor correspondeuc. Benedict. Mrs. G. S. Snodeker, John (1 : work It a ..u,)
The and bo in this
evening I passed rapidly was enjoyed reliance can: plurnd purtlciilu
the ocean beach, Sunday, who reporteia We try so hard to have all our Nicholson and Dr. Peek by all. estimate, we nan confidently assert thatKockledgo II J horse hire .. rd wk :3 ii ((5)I i
authentic and it Is ,
very pleasant trip. news so humiliating -- -- --'--- will ship more oranges this I \V W Wlttlleld muse! work, ::1 0 ((5)Klore
when we have sent one of our citizens C. S. Arnold, of Youngstown, 111., In Miss Nellie Owen celebrated her elev. thuu all of hade In fitut" ( . It I 10 (00
beginning county
The fall of Is season ;
pineapples now -
crop several otT on a journey, expecting him to be writing! of Dr. '." Dyspeptlclde", says eutli birthday, last /Saturday. with a think this can bo said of a single M FGIhlm neat: cont IflK It.4. iiI) 00 I
to ripen and shipmentswent gone a week, to meet him on the street, candy pull and argued lima all around, we It '
'
three bottles Harden 1'\1)
markets this "My wife has taken Dyspepticlde horn In tin south mid of lire. ,. A :21 1 1T 11 ) 10
forward to eastern grower
and have him suavely announce that he and is, believe\ permanentlycured to which her schoolmates were Invltet J llfvlll It 28!:)J. II 1\ 2(1) Of) !
vard know of new bring
wetk. The fruit was all of large sizes we many groves(
mind and several
changed his will go of Indigestion, constipation and As Miss Nulllo Is an especial favorite set of which owned by the All.ipatuhatchee I Jo:: U Walker II :21 I I II :1 50M( ) :
and will doubt
and fine ono '
quality no ,
,
Then that
months hence. we announce with nil she received useful I\lcl
sick headache, with which she has been many Fruit and Vegetable Cu. wIll I) Walker road Will k. It 5 II 00)
bring our growers good pi Ices. another citzea and his have taken / ,
family valuable from her friends and
troubled] for twenty or more years. presents KXlacies.When ) J J K 1Ia.I.lulI".1\ ((5)T.1IluMteuboti"
Mrs. E. B. Veronee and daughters, a trip south, only to discover when it Is Money can not estimate", the good It has a box of handsome and useful presents eventually cover" II I II tI 4IX)
Misses Ella and Nettio, left, on Saturday; too late, that said Individuals] sailed so done her. I). It. Wilson & Son. from her aunt, Emma Morrtwether, who ------ .Ior Waller assistingsnrveyor" tI 0(5))

last, forSt. Augustine, where they expectto renely north. Another family we move lives In Mllledgevllle Georgia./ : All join wl'IUIIIlflvol'L1HUrll/ pleasi I J 1 M Orrol rd wk A bldg Duly 1IIIIiO I,
spend the winter. Mr. Veronee and and settle, only to have them turn up in wishing Miss Nelllemallyllal.pYI.et1rnH mention the ADVOOATK.:. A G J Ulttmar Imbr fr culverts" n 10 92: ::1
two sons expect to join them In the near smiling sardonically, a few days later. Fort Pierce. \ of tho day. ----- ---- J H Kornu road work G :J 80

future, after they get their pineapple But we can't help it, we do our duty, Hardeeville. J I' Brown fending prisoners, . $2 411
plantation in first class shape. and people should go when they get a The Appetite of n Gout .. crlni pros. 214 10

!good send olt. J. Hovels left for Titusvllle, Sunday, Is envied by all dyspeptics whose A A Stewart '. . 51414
interestedIn
Some of our ladies, who are poor "
the advancement and wellfare of St. for a short stay stoimtcli and liver are' out of order. All School commenced. Monday inoinlrigwith Tlio Hoard adjourned to meet again In j"

Paul's Episcopal church, met last. Tuesday TO STOP A COLD.-After exposure, Mrs. A. Uass left, Tuesday, for a few sued should know that Dr. King's New a good attendance. lIi'ocllllllesHlulI Ootober 15, llNiO.) '

at the residence of Mrs. J. T. Waters or a dose when of you Foley's feel a cold Honey 1 coming and Tar.on, take It days visit down tbe river. Life Tills, tile wonderful stomach and Grace Nichols has linen spending/ a few .___ I

and organized/ Guild, and'the following never fails to stop a cold If taken In C. T. McCarty, of Ankona, was a pleasant liver remedy, gives a splendid appetite, days with the Misses King. 'rite editor of the Fordvllle. Ky.. MIs- I
officers were elected: Airs. J. T. Waters, sound digestion and a regular bodily rollumioim writes as a postsrrlp to u business '
time. U. It. Wilson & Son.Jupiter.. visitor in town Monday. and Mr. and ?Mrs. Geo. Hall and I little I
habit that Insures health
perfect I'
president; Miss Gertrude England, secretary letter: "I 1 was cured) of kidney '
i, and treasurer. They will meet once Eddy Edge left for North Carolina, great energy. Only duo: at It. It. Wilson daughter, Jlilln, culled on f I lend* here, trouble) by taking Foley's Kidney ('ure.

1 month.. The officers extend invitationsto Monday, for a few weeks' visit. s Son's drug store. Monday. Take nothing elsa. U. U. Wilson & Son. i I

all interested in the church. Capt. Andrews, accompanied:: by Miss Itev Mr. Butler, of !Melbourne, prnarh-

F. W. McCurdy was at Miami during; Susie Summers, was In town Monday. Grant. ed a very helpful sermon to our people A Mfo and Death 1'lplit/ : i''
When suf- Sunday morning. ,
IT HEALS THE LUNGS.-
dose the first of the week. Mrs. Wm. Hogg and, family 'returned Mr. W. A. 111mm, of Manchester, la., \
fering from a racking cough, take a Saturday to Waveland after a few days' Miss Margaret Hunt, of Nashville, writing of his almost miraculous !
,
the
of Foley's Honey and Tar. The soreness Pennlngton Kitchlng was at was West S. H. Koby spent Sunday up escape
who Is to touch shhool this
visit here.Charles. Tenn. our from death : "Kxposuie after measles
,
Palm Beach last river. ((1)) says
will be relieved, and a warm, grate- Friday. winter arrived here Friday afternoon. Induced serious trouble which
ful and healing of the parts affected Edward has been on the sick lung ,
feeling Mr McFarland, of the Western UnionCo. The mosquitoes are quite friendly her ended In consumption. I hud lIenC
will be experienced. Take no list for the last fuw days. We are gladto Urn King who wall bitten on the loft I\n.l
is vacation at his home at present.N. 1''
spending a h emorrhaa"andcoughed d.ly.; :
j
rattle snake last Saturday Is
foot by ,
,
& Son.
substitute. U. K. Wilson ; see him up again. must
I In Quincy, Fla. Hasmusen has returned from his considered out of danger, and I It Is hop All my doctors said I soon die. Ili I r1;!

I E. O. Elliott, one of the keepers at the Commodore Hughes/ now has his headquarters trip down the river ed he will soon be out again. Then 1 began to use Ur. King's New lit)i
Bovine.The several at West at St. Lucie, and Is having fine Discovery for Consumption which completely ,
lighthouse Beach, spent the week.days sport at the Indian Hlver Inlet. Mrs. 0. F. Latham Is spending acoupl Mrs. J. It. Anthony, of West Palm cured mo. f would nut be without 1'1'
Palm during of days up the river. liaach. Is stopping at Mr.I Wilson's for n It even If It rout#5.00 a bottla Hundreds I 1 '
F. W. McCurdy has purchased B. II. Rev. Mr. Lane held services In the few days. C'apt. Anthony Is expected halve uited It on recommend.ttlon I
failed to make Its Mrs. C. W. Ilolton Is visiting her sister my
pink last paper week and was sadly Doiiter's interest In the general store ofDostea Methodist church last Sunday morningand Mn. K. T, stmlth. Wednesday, and will remain long enough: and all say It never falls to curs. I I'j
appearance &; McCurdy and will go it aloneIn evening, to Urge congregations.Mrs. to attend to his orange grove. Their throat, chest and lung troubles.) lC /gularslKD I

missed. the future. Haney, of Stuart, will address S. Davis, of Mlcco, was calling on our seml-nnnual visits are very much enjoyed Mia' and tl-i trial bottles free at tl, '

Not long ago a party of gentlemen saw II. A. J. Baker has moyed bis family the Sunday school next /Monday morning merchant last Saturday.Mr. by everyone. It. It. Wilson A Son's drug store. "t

four or five deer grazing quietly near here from Stuart. lie has rented Geo. and the Endeavor at 7-10: p. m. All are Jones, of Eau Gallic. was a visitor The disappearance of chickens for ------- I ,I

enough for a !good shot. It was a pretty Proctor's cottage, and will remain during; cordially! Invited. to our town, Tuesday evening. sometime has suggested that wild cuti FARMEFtS'INSTITUTES.{
sight for a sportsman.Two of his child- becoming to neighborly and several
the school term account The trade boat Merchant was anchored are ,
very attractive young men ap- ren. Banyan. In our harbor one day last week days ago J. P. Sawtella pi iced a trap In Mr.\ J. K, Ingrnham, of the Und da-. I'
peared In town last week, but they are Eugene T. Knight made several trips front of a burn with n wire front, con'tnlnlng f'oltmtlnt of the F. K.: ('. Ity., li H rrnos-: '
longer with us. They looked like two oh. to Miami during the week, on business. E. Svedelius and Mrs I. K. lUlnnrd, st eblrken. Tuesday he caught mid, through the Lake City Agricultural .

professors. Their hair "dey-parted," lie will have an oyster depot at that Splendid showers last week.A of VnlkarU, were In town on business, two large wild cats, and Wednesday College, to hold a series of farinnrs in- .' .1",

and It hasn't returned yet. point this winter, shipping his oysters fine patch of beans ball been planted Tuesday.Our morning/ caught another. I stllutes' along the Kant. Const during Ou-
----- --- toher and the dates. and llxeil ,
MUs. Kittle Martin, who has been having from herein bulk. for the winter. literary society held Its II II lIalme..rlng places areas
lllorloua News follows
chills and fever for the past week, Two fishermen broke Into 31cCur's In the school house Saturday ;
taken seriously 111 Sunday. Dr. young I, Orange trees In this section are putting evening. Quite a number were" present; Comes from Dr. D. II. Cnrglle, of Washy Jensen, October. Kt(
was store Sunday night. They secured '
fine growth mucK to the delight West Palm Bench 18
,
a
called on Ita, I. T. He writes: "Four bottles of
Leon A. Peek, of Melbourne, was some money and jewelry and started of the citizens.J. A great deal of fertilizer and bean Klectrlo Hitter has cured Mrs. Brewer Miami, 2tTitusvllle. >
out, and has been attending her. We for Jacksonville, bat were capturednear seed have been arriving here lately. It :auDuytonn .
scofula which bad caused her ,
are glad to note she Is some better. St. Lucie and carried to Miami.W. T. Stewart and family\ are again seems as If the farmers Intend to plant of for, Terrible would gr.eat :3t./: /
suffering s. sores
yeas
M. McCubblns, the station agent, domiciled In Banran. them Their many and try their luck again. break out on her head and fane, and the Prof. Stockbrldge will be In charge of
Dont be deceived or humbugged; by friends are pleased to sea the Institutes and! other members of the
killed a large wild cat early Monday jest doctor could give no ; but her ,
people who claim the discovery of some morning. The cat was after chickens, J. Houston and Clad Stewart were He Pooled the HurICeoll" cure Is complete and her h help Is excftlent. faculty' will be present to aid In giving

hitherto unknown herb or root in swamps and was on the roof of the. when /seen In our burg on Sunday. last. We 'All doctors told K"nlck Hamilton, ol ." This shows what thousands have nforrnatlon and answering.. questions. I
or on some mountain or prairie, for the Mr. .McCubblns shot him. His skin now are always pleased to see them. West Jefferson 0., after suffering lA ,-that Electric Hitters. Is the best

cure. or kidney and bladder troubles. adorns the agent's office walls. months from Itortal Fistula, be would Mood purifier known. It's the supreme A CARD.-The manufacturers of Ban

such doctor or druggist will tell you that'sKidney Other remedies, alleviate the symptoms die unless a costly operation was performed for' eczema, totter, salt rheum, ulcers, ner Salve, have authorized the undersigned I

claims are fraudulent.. Foley "I have always used/ Foley's Honey of dyspepsia' and Indigestion. Dr. : but be cured himself with tire olls and running sores. It stimulate to guarantee It for burns, cuts

Cure simply contains remedies skillful and Tar cough; medicine and think it Loyal Ford's Dyspptlclde cures by attacking bottles of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the liver, kidneys and bowl., eipols poisons, sores, ulcers, tetter, eczema and all skin ;
that. are recognized by the most the beet in the world." says Cba Ben ; Ibe root of the disease,and make sorest pile cure on earth, and the best 'helps digestion builds up the strength. diseases. You have your moony bark ItIt
physicians ... best for these complaints, der a newsdealer of Erie, Pa. Take no a healthy stomach that will perform all salve In the world. 25 cent a box. Hold Only CO coots. Sold by U. K. Wilson titpun doesn't do all It claim. It. K. Wilson
B. ,
foolish. B.
so don't be credulous or substitute. B. R. Wilson A Son. It. functions perfectly. Wilson & Son. by U. K. Wilson *: Sons Druggist's. Druggist's. Guaranteed it Son.FAST .
Wilson A Son.





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EAST COAST ADVOCATE OCTOBER 12, 1900.

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fastened a Atone or other 'weight to' re-
POT A S H gives color, vent the wind from raisin? It, will pro

.w tect from sudden showers quite a little Florida East Coast Ry.

flavor and firmness to amount of clover bay, and If a sufficient 4 r

quantity of these are provided

all fruits. No good fruit much of the objection taken to early : Ai y b SOUTH BOUND (Read Dowa.) In ES.ct Sept 6,19J0. (Bead Up) NORTH BOUND-
cutting borause of the difficulty of curing -
o.u o.I\II!! oIIl\ J l .i o..l., .....
D1! : :
can be raised without will \to- done awny with. Caps of .,;a fU..Uy Dally" Dal7 No. 28. ST..TIONB. No. 118. Dallyc ...
this kind are Inexpensive and will last! .,;a ) .x Su o.r.r.1 .e" IiI1 .
.!: ,.bII :::::: -b IO"w..L..Jacluto..vllle..Ar' O
for after
for years If properly cared Q ..... 515p II 10. Ar....... St Augn.tin. .......Lv 6 ( ...... H
Potash. haymaking Is over. When stored they ... l120p II ISa Lv.... St.. ,ll.n.l18tl.. .. .. .AI' 8161' 901..
should be laid out flat on top of each ....,. '171' 1411\ ...?. .. H..tln.. ..... .Lv 11401' 8 Yea ...... :: b:I n
r sON f .5' A12y Ar..EMt. Paiatka.. ....... 812n b sa:>> Ot
Fertilizers containing at least other and not folded otherwise tbe oil- =...... T4 lp gV; *.r. ..... .1>..I.lk..L. 601.11' /6a...,... .I 0""' II-:
ed cloth will have a tendency to crackat ?,e ...... II tey 1144\ a Lv..P..I..tka. .... .. .Ar l14 p 8&( .. p tocti
\ the folda. O, O =:-. lisp! Ar..tianMaw.Lv\ .. ... n ._; :: H
3 to 10% of Potash will give E-4 fIi c:: (1 ___ .... Ah68 L,.......... San Mnteo. ........Ar 78. ..... .., ,.. -III OW UI
When to Cat Timber ... .. T1pw p Lv....... Eattl PaI..tka..Ar 62111' 81Ua........ <6.
O .. TL"p li6p: ... .....Ormo..d..Lv 4021' 8 .. Q 4
Best results on all fruits. Write Timber cut for purposes where durability c y> c F.N .:..,. 7Mp 1871' n ........ ...Daytona.......... .". 1111I1' a ...... C':2 0: pa boo
.t. is consideration Is worth from 4 + rF rnCIS d...... 8011J47p\ a .... .New Orange.......... 8411' 6 -
I a IIf10a 82111' SlOp ........ Smyrn.......... 8t1p:! a
two to four times as much It cut between i-4 8 1111II.. ...... 28:11': .. ...........O..k Hill........... 800p ...42a.. UI
for our pamphlets, which oughtto 15 and ; tbe i3 eliun..... step' ......., ...1'ltu.vtlle.."....... 22\p\ .. rt'D1 fid:
: July Aug. 15 as same <0 ...... ...... 8001' ..........01t.y PoI..t.......... 111I\1' ...21n..a. II8401' -
would be cut In January to April. If a ',J to ...... ....; ......... Coroa ......... 1.71' ...
be in farmer's library Is after the starch which enters S 4i -.. ...... ...... 8Wp ..........Rocklodge......... :.' J 4ap: ... fid:
every tree cut 0 ...... ...... 4Op! .........Ran .. 11.lp ... .. .:. : M
'. Into Its chemical composition baa ., p.. ...... nip .......... G... flip ?. ... ...... .DCA
free. tbe ;a ....... Wp ...........Bolltil.nd........... 12 Yap .. ... ...... .. 0
'sugar In March .
They are sent changed to say .:!3.h4 ... ..... Sebaattan.......... 1222p: ....... .. .
J worms being very food of this sweet H D1! .......4.. :. :.:....... SI. Luol....,...... 11 lIIJa .,.....:..... ... p fid:
to b ..... Otp ? .........Forl Pleroe.......; Il : H
I GERMAN KALI WORKS become destructive to the wood but If 0 .......... : !] ........... Tlbb.l"......... .. 11 ( tQto
cut in July after the completion of F.4 H ...... ....... 88\1' .............Ht'IeD.: ........... 11 o.
NANU Si. Nnw York ....... ........... .. .
n. In ..,. ..... ..... 8MI' .. J'e..88. 10 I6.np' 2a.-.
there Is ..
... .. the spring growth no sugar -. ...... ...... "' .......... "Stuar'...... ..... 111
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the sap or wood, and they seek Borne rri.'V cckly Sailings o ...... ...... 715p .........Hobe 8ound.. ..... to
Free and ...... ...... 721tp" ... .We..t Juplt .. ...... "
more savory food. Another reason Is C ....... ...... BOp> to ....::WestPalinBaach...... "
Accepted Vvl\in/k\ / Masons., because It cut when the sap Is rich in fo4 ....... gip ........ Boynton .......... .
NEW 14e.
the fermentlve changesthe BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and YORK. .4 ....... :.... Delra .......... 1002n..0. .
sugar process to to ........8/ :S p u .. ..Fort Lauder. i. .. .
sugar into an acid, which Is the t ...... .. trip ..,... ..1t7......... .:
Indian very first stage of decay. at Charleston, both ways) W .. .... .... .... ....MI.ml.. .... .... Lv .
No. 00 Timber land cut off In from January Finest the BUft'eft Parlor. ( are OD rains IJfJ and I"Bet.

.River [Tltusvlllo, to April will sprout and grow again The Steamships in Coastwise Service. .... Jacksonville Pablo D.aoh and May oet.o. .

dlr because the nap At this season of the o. u.l1 013 Ne.l1o.l o. I
Sun Sun Dally Dally 8TATIOYB. a1l7 Sun '
VIII/e./ Florida. year In. rich In sugar to reproduce the The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. only enlyexan. ex tin Ddiye tJ 0..16111'11IMp rl
I Holds It* iiinntlnK the second anrl fourth Frl leaves, which are the lung as well as Direct beivlce Between ) 6JUp 1"Lv.;; "..:.,. .. .... .. """" -.... .......".. a : p J- retsP 1
day of ewh month, a*, the late Armory, Timsvllle of but If IIWp liMp 81/3a Ar. ..... .......So.Jar/mrnvlile..Lv/ 7.t. 411ip ......
at 7:net o'clock p. tn, digestive organs vegetation 706 '.p IIO 1 P IHIOa H ......... ...P..bln JIaoa.h. .......... Ida 42Sp 'tsp.7Op .......
A. A. Stewart Wnrxhliiful M..ter.. cut the last of July or the first bolt of Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points OI'J' auoj." lute n"T' ...H..yl>""I.. :.. .. 8.6& 400\ loop ......
K. It. Wllnnn, Hun lor Warden.
dies because of bot h.
deprived
August .
J. R. Walk"r..lllntor'Var""n. (Calling at Charleston, 8. C., both ways) D.t..D N.... Sm"Da aDd Orange Det.e.D Tlta..1U. and Sa.lord.
I. M. J d x/n. Trmmror.F. A southern exchange given this adviceas
A. Morgan Hecrqtary.. valuable to those who wish to destroy BlfiMI-WCKKtY: < HAILIXOSi: 4 City JDDOUOD. .g'llr b TATIO S. ofoIt
J. I..iarruthflni, Henlor Doonon.T. ftniithhnuml.' ...... .. ....... .... ..... ...... .. .... ... .. ..f rota Low I a Wharf, Hcmr-on I .!i, 'A l0. 'i. r o.2 7jj, r.v..,........ t'n.r{lle. .. .......Ar p
A. Ixmlny Junior Leaeon. certain kind of tree1, or to cleanup North.boti ml .... .... .... .. ........ ... .... .... from foot of Jlogan Street jHckoonvUle Btp l Lv. .... owSinvrna... .. .. Arl"llup 7Dii .". .. ...... ..)lIm..L. 1
r. H. Clctrne' I Btewanto.' brush land .---.-- Ills' .. ....... ..1..ke itrien.. .. ... .. Stu Bleu ..:.... .:..Oat8OtU........... to. I Ir.'Mp .
I P.!! II. WaHmi, .... ",Orange tity: ..... I6 8 O.., .......:.xaterpr//....,,....... .
+ A'. Froaclier'ryler. Clyde's St. Johns Hirer Line. ...Or..nllltUlly.J"intton.+ 610p 9aatArr..aaofor4, ...... .. 1184.6t'P .
.
Crop Condition : ia-bntwo The statistician of the department jf .BETWEEN .' CKSONVILLE ANU! SANFoiUJ.Jaoknonvllle Jun."lnn dilly exrept, "Snminy. "..1"ne I .hlAd. .
KIDNEY DISEASES agriculture reports the area In winter Kla.and I IntertuedlaM. the 111 -1ra 4ma robiea eunw. tile rtnue .I which 'nalno may h. .P"OT to.'rive an depart
St.John's
\ Palatka,Bauforcl. Knterprlse landings on ver. .
from tl e ,....r..1 .';.tloulI, but. th..lr. arrival or .Iepnrrure It' the "", .. ...,.eI I. pot guaraa-
wheat remaining under cultivation on STEAMER t..ed..r. oS""H the JIIIllp"U hold Itself r"HpullKlule for any .(clay ., any 00"00' art.inR .
June/ as 24.IKJ8.000) acres a reduction "D. 3IUltClIISON." U..frorn.

fatal of all dis from the area sown In the fall of0,210.00O ....
are the most : ( ? CAI. W. A. "BHAW.' Peninsular and Occidental S. S. Co.
acres Leave foot Catherine iiCreet,Jacknonvllla\ 0:00: I'. m., Tuesdays. endSanirdnls.. .
eases. The total reported acreage In oats exceeds Leave Sanford' 0:OO a. m Fnterprlne 5:80<>a. in., Mimilays< and Thuniilnys.. CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. '
the harvested last --- - -
rni! c V'O KIDNEY CURE is i by 3.8 per acreage cent. year Cen'l! Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.W. HAVANA LINE. -

HILL I O. 6uarant88tJ Remedyor The acrenge reported aa under,barley H. WARKUKTOX P. A., IT. M. IUONMONO; : KR.JR., 1<'1... I...... Airt., LeavuYeyWe"tWe.l"aedaya.' ...........11.00p.m.. 6Ikp.m.! ) Arrlva Arrlv Havana Key Went Thnrsdiir W.dn..I..J1.ro...... .. S.UO a> --..
six-tenths of 1 per cent greater 1U State 8t,, New York. I 20\ Went Hay rlt..lacksnnvlUa, Fla. Leave Havana Thurndays.. ..........10...'... ra. Arrive Kay West Thursdays' .,..... {.DOyvca.
0. P.LOVELt. Asst.Fla. Bui>t.. I I S JOHN. L. HOWARD 8unerlnteu than the harvested lust
refunded. Contains area yc.'orAll Fla. | foot' Hoican He.,.locknonvllle, Fla,,
money to condition of clover on June 1 THO3. 1) HALEY. Local Freight Agent( foot of litixn( Street Jacksonville Fla.TIIKO. KEY WEST LINE. .

remedies recognized by eminent almost. all the principal clover states O. KOKR General Mannfcer.ttultillnK.WM.State P 8t CI.YDF..New York A CO.,.General Agents.CliexnorniiKU Lave Miami Fridays...............11.00p.m. Arrive Key West Saturdays...,....,11.00 a m.

physicians as the best for were considerably! below their ten year -._-- --_ ... -".. '_ Lniv.Key Went Hundnys......... .., adS) p. m. Arrive Miami Mondays ... .... .. H.ao a. n.
averages Ohio bt'ln32 points below, -y Pa. ieim er. for Havana can leave Miami Fridays 11.uO p. m, arriving Kay West Saturdays
Kidney and Bladder troubles. lllOOn. and remain In Key Went until 9:flop. m. Sunday following. ; and al that time Isarai
Indiana Wisconsin 18 Minnesota Ocean Co the tfteAQmhip "Olivette," arriving Havana Monday morning.
PRICE 50c. and $1.00. t7 Pennsylvania 28. Illinois I D, Missouri Steamship For copy of local time card Hddres* any Agent
It. It. WILSON & MON 4 and Iowa 1 below. Michigan 0'--

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with 1 above la a conspicuous exception Lino"Fast
"Savannah
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to the rule.
TME HAY HARVEST.
> .The acreage In rice Is somewhat less
of last 1 Is Freight and Luxurious. Passenger Route from LINE...
I 1Ii-.. For1 LIghle.lag Labor and than that year. There a reduction

\ avluv Time.Plenty of 2 per cent In Louisiana of Florida to New York Boston and the East. SOUTHERNDIRECT.QoICK TIME
< of help and tools tend to 4 per cent In South Carolina and of 14

$ lighten hard work In lmyta and har- per cent In North Carolina and an Increase -
of 18 per cent In Texas.tlrlvf ,
vesting. An extra man at just the right

time for one or two hours niny moan Mention.. BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA

the Raving of one or tw'o load of valuable Itust Is the Bi'1-atcnt and almost only -D.--! NEW YORK

hay. With a good stand of grans euruiy to.wheat c\lltul'I..ln the "outU., CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE,

It does not take long to cut down a few The Tennessee station makes two r

I!. loads but with threatening weather It clasHllh'Utluus of the cowpea well V ATLANTA,
I
la sometimes task t. the known In the south." Tilt so called BIRMINGHAM MEMPHIS
f1 quite a secure II h hfat9e11rA'H14RSatYlV ,
r hay In good dhujie. runner" IH used for plowing under. 1 CHATTANOOGA
This has been very useful the orange '" y. '/+ R A I L WAY ,
All tooln should bo thoroughly over-
I grows! of Florida. Uy many It la the ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY
tabled and put In good condition. New only fertilizer applied. The "bush"

, ectlons and rivets for the mowing tnarhkio variety Is the better for the seed and And all Points East and W.... ':

I I' and soiue extra guards should be where the pea la wanted( for man or an

obtained as well aa a few bolts of various imal.
NO OTHER LINE
CJ
I sizes so as to make as little delay Many Texas:: farmers ROW spring oats I3 r ILND E1Nn S.7E'1Ii0UT:1rS.SHORT : : SEJi VICE LIKE AFFORDSU' .

Ii as possible In the case of a breakdown. on the unplowed ground and plow

t I', She guards should be sharpened as them In to a depth of about three Inchea RAIL HIDE TO SAVANNAH THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS,

j' well as the knives especially It there when the season Is advanced so thatIt Thence via Palatial Express Steamships from Savannah. I
Via Charlotte N.
Savannah and C.
Is any thick line grabs to bo cut. Ou Is not likely that any frost will\ penetrate -

j small farms two wagons are usually that depth. 4 each week 4 THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL

enough to handle the hay. The forks Red) rice appears to be giving Louisiana Ships i Via Savannah and Charlotte N. C.
should also be cleaned up and the tines planters more than the usual '

sharpened.Start amount of trouble, nllla peculiarity of TO N'J'VV': YORE. THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED, ,

the mowing machine as earlyIn Its visitation In that It occurs almost! Jinking close connection with New Voik-HoBton ships or Sound Lines. Via Jcsup.
1. the season as possible as early cut entirely on prairie lands and gives little .
hay la worth a good deal more for teed. trouble to the river planters, All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing\ lI bedulel. THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS,

Ing. Do not cut any grass while wet Director Redding of Georgia states Write for general Information, nail II I schedules/ stateroom reservations or call on Via Jesup.

with dew or rain for It will dry much that the nearer corn plants stand on n E. II. inXTOV, WALTER HAWKINS

quicker when standing than after being perfect square the greater will be the Trafllo Manager Oon'l Apt. TratHo Department. Through Ve tlbuled Trains, Pullman Drawing Room
cut. The should be startedas S.ivann.ih Ga. 211 W. Hllyt.::! Jacksonville Fla.
mower yield.It Sleeping Cart Through Coaches Elegant Dining Cars.
early In the morning'as the grass is Is claimed that pastures In the -----

dry and run for a few hours. Then south can be cleared of the cattle tick
Through Pullman Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and Cincinnati 0.,
start the tedder and In the middle of by not allowing cattle to run ou the Florida Central andPeninslliar via Achevllle N.C., and Knoxville< through "TUB LAND OP THE SKY."
the afternoon rake In windrows and land for one year.
put Into high; small bunches toward
Through Trains via Southern Railway are now Operated
these out the next morn- '
night.
Open
la Connection with the Plant System from Jacksonville.
Ing so that the bottom will be toward

the sun and as soon as fairly dry begin NerveFood
Railroad.Unexcelled SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS at Low Rates Salt JUI1 1
to draw to tbe stack or barn. Clover Very on (to Sspl. 30,1900

and oat bay will need sometimes two.r Per rates ssheduls and Information, all on or adel,...
three of good weather In whichto
days
service from Florida to all points W. T. COSBY. T. P. A..
cure. ail West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.
On some of tbe western ranches'very I. M. CCtP.
W. A. TURK 8. H. HARDWICK
little bay Is drawn on wagons. It Is North East and West.Two TrsMe Managwr. Gen. Pass. Agt., A..,. G... P_. Ag*.,
cut and cured In the usual way and If you have neuralgia, Scott's Washington. D. O. Washington, D. C. Atlanta Oa.
,
the horses are bitched to each end of a
Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil
big sweep and the hay drawn to the '
etB k. In Pennsylvania and Maryland, will feed the nerve that is cry- Trains dally between Tampa, Jacksonville Savannah and Columbia, carrying

where' the farms are often long and Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping cars, connecting at Columbia With sleepers for MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
narrow or In sections where large ing for food-it is hungryand -

farms exist. It Is customary to use whole Florida New York
set
your body going Baltimore Phila. and New York.
fdfcr horses for a team with n hay rig8 Washington Philadelphia and Boston.

>ag 2O feet long; but on small farms again in way to satisfy nerve : o ; From Itrnnswlck(direct),to!fe r Tork.

anti In hilly countries a'rlgglug 12 or14"fcet and brain from your usual food. Also with Cincinnati! Sleeper via Asheville. t. PASSENGER SERVICE.
long la large enough.

-- That is cure. t To make connections wltb steamers, lave Jacksonville
(Union Depot)on Thursdays via(Cnmberland Rout), 8.15 a m.Psrnamllna .
liar Cap. If you are nervous and irri- "Dixie Flyer" + at 1:3O: p. m. Meals. en route I or "all Rail" :200
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The Importance uf cutting meadows p. < 8y t..m) arrive Brunswick 8.00 p.m. Passengers
rvalff lots been repeatedly urged by the table, you may only need more on arrival at Hrunswlclc go directly aboard itearoer.

UHpioaltural press. Many fartuersarfeue fat to cushion your nerves Through Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louis via PROPOSED SAILINGS

that while they would be glad you are probably thin-andScott's Lv.New YorlcvPler 11 E.H.,3:00p.: m., (Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick.

West' enl'lylt Is better for them to cut Emulsion of Cod Liver Lake City Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga and Nashville.Making Ky': Oct?;. ..... .. "" ......" .COLORADO... .. ..... ................Frl.<1ay. Oct 12
Di tor and Buffer the loss In quality couosjuont rj'J v, .. .. ""..... ...UIOOKAM.E ..".. "".. ..,...... Friday, III!
Friday, It i)." .. .. .. .. ...<.OLOR".O .. ... ... ,. .... .... ..Friday.. :3*
upon late cutting than to (cut' Oil will give you the fat, to begin / connections for Kansas City Chicago and nil points In the Northwest. Frt.Uy. 211..... .... ..".. .... ..".. .. .RIO URa.NDE.. ... ...". ........... .Frlda,.. NOT :3

early and pvrhnpa lone the entire crop with. For lowest rates, reservations and general Information,apply to

permit because, them the weather to cuIt.will. An probably exchange not Cure' so far as it goes. Through sleeping car service between Jacksonville\ ) and New Orleansvia .H. BASIL GILL, Agent 220 W.Bay. Bt.Jacksonville.H. .
RAYMOND,General Southern Agent Brunswick Oa.
that those who feel this Full cure is getting the fat River Junction and Pensacola.
suggests way C. H.MALLORY A Co.,General Agents,Pier :21.E. Hirer and 38S Broadway,JT.Y.
and i who realize the value of early cut you need from usual food andScott's Full Information on application to any agent of this company.
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clover hay as compared with that
which la cut later In the feeding of Emulsion will help you A. O McDonnell L. A. Sliipman .

;young, growing stock or dairy cows to that. Fine Job Work Executed.
would do w"ll to consider bay capsto If you hove not tried It, send for tree sample Quickly
assist In curing. A yard square of Its agreeable SCOTT taste& BOWNB will marpriiie, Chemist you. General I Pass. Agt. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.

cheap muslin properly oiled with a 409-41 Purl Street, New York. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
AT THE
ADVOCATE
OFFICE.M .
and|i.oo sit drugfUU.
airing tied to each corner to which la Sac ;
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AFFAIRS OF THE APIARY. Master's Sale.UNDFH ST. A un U8Tnn:.

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Thin** Well 'Worth KnnirlniBlraeklMir AND BY VlRTl'K OP A t)KCRF: -
Yellow S.ctlo... .....'. ...""' .nil lain .rntvnxl t Im Cl 11"
cult Court of thlMV."tb Ju.II..I..1.......' PLAZA HOTEL
There la a new device for Inducing of Florida, in and tor Braviint' In A ST. AUOUSTIXE, FI.A.
bees on the vring to cluster. It Is easlly "", ,,lilt thi'rt'ln dti|..nlliC| .. .."\-"tv\\,'hA.tI ,
INDIAN" RIVER Hl)..tclford I. ooiniilaliiwut. and .It... }'. llruwdiulnlwtrator This hotel ll. for HOOMS
now open ONLY.3 It Is located
made and can be put In practice b:, >if th" t-Mate of r. A. fhappiueoMtKwl centrally near
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ItI,1) Knxlrflfk Cliapiwl. an Infant anoivnilani .. Pimtomce, Hank and Cathedral. *
FLORIDA.J. any: one. Take a board about a toot *, I ..1It..1I. at piibho\ auction In fmi", Hounia 5X-t to fl.OO per dity; fl.oO to ffl.OO per week.V. .
square and put a hole in the centolarge of the Court H d".lnllI'I"II,1: btinn of sale. on tlm I). SA CnFZ.: Manager.;

enough to receive the end of FIRST :-MONDAY IN NOVKMHKR!: !: A. 11., IflOOt ---- --'
Q. BAST, Proprietor pole. Then put a half dozen holes lu th" hlphmit antI J-wt MililKr for cavh, tlfollowlnft ..
board enough >li..rrilM>il n nl ".t...l.. ultiiate In the S.ItA'I'OU.NI"HINS; N. V.
the large to receive as:
miit.Y of llrvva'd and Ht..t., of Flnrlila to wit ,
many corncob*. WMi!' your pole in thcenter < t'oimiiDiu-Ini; at a |it two huu.I..1 .n1;
The hotel fronts on tin IsnttHtn; I'JIMVyardtt ",,'t.Ht wide sweep of bay(7 mi lei you cnn take the elevleo anti go( twenty CM( ), Town>hll' twenly-onn (:111, EVERETT HOUSE SAIiATOOA srUIXGS, N. Y.
In width), formed by thiInill.iu with It where the b""lIare! flying thick mmth. Rang*" thirty fl>0 (H1tra t; tln-noe, nt..th ,
it rut, and they. will cluster ou the lioard cine liiiinlrvil. MIMI nft.Y-H\' (IM) yaril*, thonipant (
Klver making alxty-tliron (ttai yanlai thrnoo aouth 01Imnilrwil Thla'heniitlful fAmily hotel will\ open for Ifio 10th\ lIeIl8IO. under the
snmninnHiicinent
delightful summer ro Then you can carry them to their hlvtnnd ,iml Hft.v fl\e yartti", tlwitre woIxtythrvc .. on Juno lat, lMMl.Xow .
sort. Constant cool them "WUriln to i>olnt of lu>iclnnliiaaid .
sunko off before it into it
or 1 li>t containing. two ((3)) arrcm., innni or I IIWH.Also pltimblnic, with tin) littmt Improvements has be-en. put in throughout
breezes from tho sea and and the work la done. lot In mala and County aforwRlil.ilarrltKttl .... the entire lion BO, and It has also been iiawiy painted nnd reftirnUhcel.

bay. 'Flowing sulphur Those who hare black bees and art aji fiilluw* : Comn ..n"h'lf.t .onthwpitrncr ...,, The hotel ncotminiodutes two hundred gucnts (at rviinonablo, niton) and hns
of "Hui tInn twpnt.v-onoCJn: In'1' >liln two
springs. Special summoi
troubled with worms nhould at onct tvone C-'l'. mmth, HIIIIRM<' thlrty-Hvo (cmi: \, rantliunce live bundled foot of alindy 1lnEr".
rates. change them for Italians. Worms have cart Blxliiy ("''' >...1., tlixnra. nortli nconlywoven ... The location, eipponltii Wltulitor Hotel on South I Droneway) Is one of tho.bosll

no show with strong Italian colonies. olltniy (H.ii''and ynnlK. half, tlivnrn(7TH)aontli yantnt.ev thittii'o..,
They are worm proof and should foi and a naif ((77M.) yardf* to iwlnb'of IM'lll"ulnlf.; For terms nnet either purllculam, neldroiis
and, Ouiitalniiiic 0110 and traction Heron, raura i iJOHNJIKNRY ...
Tltusvllle ltoarelliiKIIouftc.il.Mims' tnls'property hllve the preference.Li I.U8. I'.1SUAHr.Z., samtoga spring*, N. Y.

jjvery beekeeper attend to putting -
21"el"1I ...1 t l> clal Mauler.Coiuiiittittoiier'M .
on empty section.! .l.lltJ .Iftt.l2VlnJ .- CJ.H ':NX SI'IU'S(1S1'0

House full ones during this month (July),, ---- -
Boarding FLA. -- --
TITUSVILLE -
<31ve.plenty t. of .room Jo the been thai Sale.UM .

they Say not cluster on the outside ol Clarendon Springs House and Cottages ( ::ilI't'
Pleasantly situated within short distance of Railway Station. 'Special the hive and pntctlcally do nothing >K1t: ANM!} BY VlUTt'K OF A "KINA, .
.U>rno of fortMiliiMir' and aale, cnterad I IHIII In
attention given to Ladies. Transient rates reasonable. Special. weekly This 1% easily prevented by making circuit Tom of thoHoxvnth JuitlolririMiltof ,,,,,,, I.ocntod lln a beautiful vulloy In the town of Diirondon nmoiifr tho Kreon hill*

or monthly rates. room In the hive for surplus honey wherein Kilniu KloMilH.furKiwurM d Utiy nnd II.Cmuitv.lnacati I', l>nv are 001plalnania Vermont nt an ulevntloii e>f I.I: ( ( feiotabovo tliei !level eif tho "oil, throo in I Inn

Mils. C. N. MIMS Proprietress.JACKSONVIL.LK. ( The same thing cnu be accomplished and Chan. OfMul iMkr, Jr., m" KxiMmfcof : from Wont Hutlanil :Stutloii on tho 1). A II, U'y Their location U very accvulble l-

-- by a JudlclouH use of the extractor tlm Katatn of <'h".. (),"Hl.\iMrd.nH'.il, vt. taro from tho prominent cities of New England and New Voik, \.cllllC>| only sevoa
ilefcnilantn, I will Bollab ]iul>llo auntlon i lu
This empties the full combs nnd glvee front of tho Court lloimc dxir. at TltuitvlllFlorida ... hours from New York. A. M. T A\'I.OH, Malllllter.IIJ .
I the bees room for replenishing will ilurlnn th IPKK! linura of .al. upon lilt!
additional honey FIRST MONDAY IN NOVKMHKR\ .: A. U. 1\1011.\ Nn'mSS\'Il..ttw --

Merritt's' .' rtees did not do as w1tbls\ past season tn tlmhluhnnt' Hiidlipat lilililor. ,... <'Allh. tlio' flowing <.t- w:...:,. x._o.AV _._____..
lUmrrlltcd roal vatiiU1 nltnatitil In Itrvnnl --- -- --- -- -- -- --
OLD C lIl.1CTO .....
Hotel Rathbun In cellars as they did on their sum f'nuiity: ; Florida 1 : at 'i Hcx-klmlno: tii-wl : iIENfIKUSONVIILK

New Jacksonville( Fla. mer stands. This is exceptional for 1;hat(liwermniMit portion:: of I,A mirvoy it,nninlHr, In ona Towimhlp(1)) aooorilliitf I i; twontMve I IIlia ; 'l'IIE I [I K r..l. KU. HenelorHoiivlllo's: : : X.New C. Hotol.

a good dry cellar easily regulated as to ('III) Hnlllh of Kanitn thlrtv-alx tail) 11.1.: I IHictlon ..

Market and Bay Streets, fronting St. Johns River. American plan. temperature Is generally the best win the wcat liank,,,>ninroininvniltiir
ter protection that cnu I>e had. There' tlin>.. (lui\ !<) ttii't 8..iithofth" inttloii Hitmtwfwn ..
ELECTRIC ELEVATOR Street Cars from Depot pass the door. are some excellent beekeepers! however Hvt'tlooa ton <10) nnd tlftvcn ((1A>, niwent Coif links. Twoiity-llvo ne-res beautiful grovo Ono hundiud ntxl twoiity-flr.
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from tlia Houtli llnnof <]i> .
n"hl".ln.n
Family hotel; steam heat. OPEN YEAR ,ROUND. Cafe and Grill who prefer wintering on the sum T.Hnltli'a Int. tn. pointIn tlm npiitorir IIpnhlla builreioms Kluctrlo; IlKhts; Stouni huut. Elevator. Tamils court. Hull rooms.

rooms attached Florida trade especially catered for. Rates from mer stands, wltli large hives nnd strong County down I lhoc Kuail.au,ml..r. located of aald nmil Imn. to tun a ,|1"1 IHIItlKiiice Mineral :Spl'l nK". Until reioum. '1'11-,111, alloys. All modem oonvenlcures.Kor .

colonies. a lino ono hnndrud ami, "lxty.IIY.. fiwt ( IIImmth )
$2.50 to $,. per day. Special Summer rates rooms 50c, 75o,and $1 with bath Put yellow stained sections In a win on tlitnico .H"t on nlil linn to Ihu Inoll..n. further Infoi nmtlon nnd ratus, aeltlrema.11AKDKM .
Ulvnr, thiMice tntmiHlcrlnfftlie rlr .ahom iiortwarda .
'Bus meets all\ trains. C. A. MEKRITT. Lea ee. dow or where the sun can shine 01: tt> tho |tluuo or point uf coininonueuini.t. > & WIIKEI.KH, rropiletom Hcndofnonvlllo, X. C.

them and they will soon be bleache F. A. MD1U1 AN, No taken.
connnn\it.lvoH| :Spcolnl rates for Juna.
ConillllHHllllMT.OEO. :
white so that they will readily sell foi
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WINDSOR HOTEL... JACKSONVILLE, FLA. first class honey. Thin la worth kuowIng M.Hollnltor HOnillNS for Complainant' *. (Voo'Jm

as it enhances the price of the '

honey. It may bu worth hundred* ol :Notice.IN Hotel Imperial IIEXDKK8OXVlI-r.K, X. C.

dollars to Home beekeepers. ,

A good way to stop robbing In mild
Is. to throw handful of ruirriT COTRT OK THK SEVKNTH ..11iliclul '- Table and nervloo lli' t-oliH; ". Hall room und, rcliaatra. Until miltnitiiml
cases a grant Clri'int of .Fliirldn In And for Hrvan ,,-
before the hive. For a more severe .1! ('''"11I)'. In Chancery.Killtli nil modern. appointment. Mmlointo mti and vpiu'lal ratus to

case saturate the grass with water TlioniiM, 1 (ninlllcH. 1\1'1ly'n' M KM.' 1'. H. I.OVE.
-Vl-- > Hill for Dlvll... .
For a very bod enne Maturate the grasf ,.hnrleaC.'llnmua. ) .
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with keroHont" oil. Hut "a 11 ounce ol It niniciirlnir' l.y tlm nlllilnvlt\. of .... T. VTplisolicitor ,
prevention la worth a pound of cure." .. for tliH oiiiiiplalniint,, In tint nliovti utltlml .
VHIIIIK, 'lint ilciiniihiiil Chnrlii.. C.: 'I'hllln"...
Ite careful not to drop any houej In. a Him-rt>.liUi.t of .III' Mtittn of Florhla, an.1 If You Have Not t'

around the hi yen: as this will Induce that ..ili'let.iliint' l 1M oteir tlio nun of twinilonu ..
yoarx, und that nllliiiit liclievoa Im U In 'I'llHVIIOC .
the bees to tiegln depredations ou other Aliii-ninn.. r. H. A., nml thorn la no PHIMIn ."
hives.-Farm Journal. thu malt, ) of Florlilu' .<>rvlce. or a milipom, '" -
upon whom woulil lilnd' anil! ilcrcnilniit.It .
U. tln-rcl ir.. orcl..rUlllhlll I ho raid ilufcudiuno Found What You Want
appear' lo uimwer tllll lilll of uxiiiplalnt I In
OPPOSITE CITY PAUK. OPEN THE YEAR ROUND. Where to Cut ffprontn on Sttimpg.
the alnivttuntltlud u RATES, 3.-)0 and upward. DODOK!!: & CULLE 8. Winter cut hard wnoil stumps arc
the FIIWT MONDAY IV NOVKMHKll, A H., 1IKI,
likely to sprout following season,
while tlioHe cut In midsummer do so: the iniin. "..I"lllhn nfth iluv of aalil. nionrli. i Al. For Home, suppose) you take a trip down nnd look nt our

WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE rarely or ('('o"e sprouting the second the onli'B. lir..v..1 of the C'lIlInlY.olurk Florlila of nalil court at Tltuvlllfl. Fruit uud lank'u I.iinilx) nlon>f tlio *

FLA. scasou. Allowing winter cut stumps It U further ordernd that tlm' order of ,iinlllcatlon
li" pnlilnhnd tho KA.'rOA.'r A i IIvn.
to retain their sprouts throughout/ the TltimvlllH, Mr.. East Coast
<'" ric, a nvwnpaper" piilillHliiiil
located. Just built and .
American and European plan. Centrally open iionmicnthweeka. ..
summer preserves the vitality of the van) County, Florl
ed this sea on. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water roots and if early the following spring 1> anil' ordernd Tltiinvlllit, llrevard (Coin

these Bhoots cut off the roots ( ) ty Klorlilu' UilaDrd day of OutolioA .
Baths, Elevator, eto. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All are are JBKAI- [ 1)., luuo. Sell lorn are Hooking\ In but still there U room. If you are
In condition to throw up another sup .
A.A.HTKWAKT
the Rooms 50c 75o; and $1 day. Rooms and ( ) looking this drop' a lino to _
street cars pass door. a ply of ",dhoots ami, so the life of the) nmkClrouUCoun.Holieltor wny,
F..I.WK, ,,,".
board $2.00 to .2.1>0 per day. stump may coutruuo for several seaRons for Coniilnlnant.| noitliinionu :. JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd! viM.rrr.ia.nt,

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. According to the age of the --- -.-.------------ ,

stump the older for a shorter and the Maxter'H Hnlu.UNDKIt f LOItlDA KAST/: COAST It'Y,

younger for a longer time. ST. AUQUSTINE It LA.
Tbe n(1van.tagpoiia( time ter cut away : AVU IIY VIllTrB!: OF A DK.fRK: : ,
Duval Hotel JACKSONVILLE FLA. August ,. and aale entered thn <::1.i .... ., -
sprouts Is during JuJIid
cult Court. of tin Hoventh.lnrtioUl. Clriuof
(vhea the follajje,!: la tnll/ma1lrcl.! -,:rhoell'l''t Florlilu. for llravanl. ('n'lIIr..ln' a rainui" tlmn.. ,
wherein 1. K, l'nw"lI. jr., U oon'liilnnnt '
In dep ndlnir
and ia n sudden flhock {IS vitality 2'i nnd .lohn ..... Ih-laney' rt al., arn' litPenrtatii .. \
Opposite postofllne. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired re tlmo when nature is lennt prepared to ,, I" 'III ...11' at piildln aiirtlon In mm Prepared

conducted . Hnu.* ilimr.. at TltiiaHHa flurlibjiirlng .
novated. Newly furjiished throughout. Liberally ecover from such damage, 4 few I of the Court the' legnl \buum gf lllu( uu Cllq'

Rates $2.50: per day and 'phemen sprouts mil, coma after ani I
Ul"D. SPERRY Proprietor. XOVEMIIER, A, D., IDOCto .
W. OnThier FIRST MONDAY IN
? cutting, but Usually no 2. and 3-plv
Wlxtent The ofInTe Ihu lilrli| "*t anil, bent Milder for panli the foilowlnit -
p gro\vh.| long hipso ,
ltiint"ii In tinCoiiiitv Asphalt andGravel. Roofing
without follnge till the opening of i ( of llrevard' and Htata of Florida, 'vltfI'otniniMiclnil II ,

The Traveler's Hotel lie next season! usually: suffices! to destroy : (Tent noiith frnin at a meander point.*oornnra hundred of and Hrl'tloiiKlavnn !al"ty" ... ___

the Mtump'x vitality Exceptional : anil, FiMirtmnlhencn running wtmt tinbdlvlKlon <,
ases: may be met I" stumps of wllows Una hetween. lot One and mint. frail".. Ft. ndyF'or"D'so.:: .
hunilieil fmt inor
tlonal part' of lot (Inn, iwven '
,. nspenii, mulberries etc., which u.[ IMMH, Ihunee aonth on aald linn, tlirnn htindrai und
font, tlnnce eant to liank uf tndlaiItlver Building LiningPupcrn,
\ nil thirty
GARCIA PreiprUtf eSS. continued cutting
Mns. N. F. nay rellllrp] more thnnoe north alontr' liank, of .iild rlvut.
JACKSONVILLE! FLORIDA. md grubbing to destroy them. Thin three ,hnndred, and thirty feet, and to the polnnt Oil
ulvlce was orlgluully given by such h..arhmIOtr.n.I'I<<,mtalnlnK anreit.. morn' 0'S".I .. Hoof Paints, Creosote ,
of ai t fravtloitil
'.arU""II.art
l living a
Eloctilo Lights\ Electric Delia Complete Service. food authority as Dr. II. W. Kernown lot One Huctlon r............. Tuwtmhlp tlnrtjtoutlii .

'THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN'FLORIDA.TaVo Rural New Yorker.Orcen UJIIKO thlrtj-eiKht'C. L., Kant!AL'r. >Ir.S.IIpeelall'l""ter., Black Varnish, etc.


I D car at the tlnton Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Traveler's. alfalfa is rellsheil by the cows, G tO.: M, nnillllNH.Holieltor for Complainant.. 1I.2noY. Write for Catalogue Samples Prices etc.

md n UeM cnn bt kept In condition for -

; JACKSONVILLE FLA. 'eeding during the wtlole summer.iY'her .
MANUTG CO.
rITAGI
I THE Alt
HOTEL OXFORD Opposite St. James Hotel.OoEerAent pasturnge/ Is plenty It will Chancery Halo.NDKR ,

loubtlemi not pay to feed green: alfalfa '
and a oo to ttttOO WlllluniHl.ur r Ave-, UICIIJIOXO. VA.
to all parts of the city, commodious rooms,, comfortable nit where pasturage Is scarce or thfrusM DKCRFInf ,

uomeMke, and special efforts mode to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant bwomeM uliort or dry green alfai'a U forecloHiirn AND. WY and VIKTITCOFA, mi, IB, filtered' In HIM I'lioiilt .

stay, Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when in Jack furnishes excellent feed and will not (',,"ft..r the Hovttnth .liidlnlal. ctroiilif .
for llrevaril County, In a online then
Vlorldn
sonville. MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. only keep up the How of milk for the In imjwnillnff, wherein. Miner WCliMT( ..e U ",onililalnant -
line beliiK. but will help materially to and Mary F.. Knwinan. I I..* ilefxndant, I gYSTEM.Fait
auction In I.n"e..r the CoiirlloiiMi e pLANT
will mil at piililln I
maintain a large flow through a 10nllt'1'perlotl iliM>r, In 'TltuKvllla Vlordla.., upon the '

GLBHWOOD HOUSE Corner JACKSONVILLE Duval and Clay Streets, FLA. of lactation. Pasturing alfalfa FIRST MONDAY IN NOVKMIIF.K.; A. I)., IUO(>. ,... ''I
vlll sometlmei* canoe cows to bloat.
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I liirlnirtlm IHK"! hour* of aal and to the hi all I
I tVe did not have a single case of bloat : t and hoot bidder: for .I tlm followlnu. lien The Orent Through Car Line from Florida.-CoiiniictUtia : ': I
Special rates by the week or month. Good Iron cutting alfalfa and feeding It rllmd real eitnte nltnard In Hrevard: : OinntyFloriila. '
Kates. $1.51) per day. : to-wt| t I ot three (;.1)of HliN-k neven (7f ) via all rail Tlie Atlantic Count Line vln Clmrleaton, Klchmood( > 1
I). II. Otis of the Kansas ,
table. Hot and cold water baths, etC. Ten minutes from Depot creen.itatlon.Jownreof.says >> the lil Town town if recorded MellMiurne In,I acrordlnur be C'lerk'a: to otttoe thn plafa intrevariM : UUJI aDd| vVaahlngrun. The Southern Hallway, via Savannah' Columbia" I ,

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aald land belmr! In fownahlwenty >
otinrv, and Washington.Trt .
and Po toffice. -- Hunth llan thlrtyaevenFRKDKRIPK ,.:nl.IIAA .
eltit'| (:&> ; |"
Ma!!. CARL C. CURTISS Proprietress.: Ointment/or Catarrh : to tllP West The Houtliern U'y via Jnsup! Atlanta nod Chnttitnooro.| The I. AIV .
:: A. MOHflAV yt viII| Monttromery.' The Houtliern! n', vlii'' Savnooah, Columbia
-- --- that contain Mercury Coinmlimloiier' In Cbanaerjr.ICO. .
I and Ashevilla The M A O H', via Monticomery.Til .
I-AU LO BEACH. a" merctfry will sorely elmtroT the nennef !M. KOHHINH, .
.I smell and 'completely derange the Kollcltur for Coinplalimtit. 0o4t2noiNotice. the Eaft via Htnamalilp\ VU Ha
.rhole yatem when entering It through: IV I'ktiajelphlii: and 1 lloaton. via Muvannnli and Merchant A. MluetsTraiiapnrlntlon

the mucous, surface's. Such articles Company fur Haltlmore.'Cu .
'Ocean View Hotel PABLO BEACH, FLA. via I'ort and I'eDliiMiilar: Orrldental Steamahlp.*
hould\ never be uacel e cept on preaerip- Key Weat and Havana Tampn

Ions from reputable physician. as the Notice" herelir f(I""n that on the lAtb ilay. olVtolwr t To Nova Scotlu. Cnpa llreton "nell'rlnc.l Kdwarda Jalanil via IJoaton and Caaada
The Hotel U located close'on the Ocean front. East Coast R ihny now ,.imtKe they will lo Is ten fold to the A. II. iwio. liballaiipl/., t<> "..n. D. I.. Atlantic. and I'lant Stearnslilt Hue fur II.-vllf.ix, Hawkeabury and Churlottentown.to .
Jacksonville and '"Pablo Beach derive* from them. lauldftn. at the office of the County; Judge, olirevird
between pnaalbly
the service jlO" you cnn for
controls and perform County, In Tltiiavllle, Klorlda. anhorlty -
low rates of fare and a commutation ticket will bo placed liill'H Catarrh Cure, manufactured hy F. to anil the follnwluic dmrrllie. Trains hourly Toledo. O., contain noicrcury of Infant Corbln. Key.olda. -
Fresh J. Cheney & Co., the pruiwrtv an
on sale on opening of the season. The cuisine and table Orst-cla and is taken Internally, acting > Jr.towlttHeiclnateptMC to all Summer ICeaorta wMI be placed on sula until September :With.
of Initt'ntU
Fish, Clam and FUh Chowder every day. 'The bathing pavllllon Is ..uperlor Irectlv upon the blond and mucmia sur- ..,. which. la "fbnith en the;M ileir.wmttiank, *1 mlo. Kaat': and The I'LANT HYSTKM the nly line from Florida with through SleeJ>lnfl.'U'

Meal.!, Wto each, $2 per day. Weekly rates, icen of tba system. In buying Hall's 30'A fort dlntant from the Northeaal corner of.ot Service to the summer reaorla of Western Xorth Carolina and the mountain oVirginia.
ia if .ppointmenU. P.ooms ensdite and sln le. CatArrh Cure be sure you gee the genii 'I, Section HI.T<>wn.hl|. 311.M.mth line; Hanice, thenoennth 41, For Information &II to ratA, sleeping-car service, etc., write to
to location of room. J&oo': thence run weat m ran e
to fl:* according aBoll.! made
.10 A. M. 'BEOK, )fanafter. Ine. It U taken Internally on ".n\e line \a a..p.wc ac the mirtnweaturn vV. B. DENHAM General .Suprrlntemlent tSavaDoaltOa.
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tv F. J. A. Co. Tannre'a land tlutnoe topfMt
In Toledo Ohio, Cheney : '"r of Win If. ;
- eatlmnnlaU free. rTSnld' br drujjsUtg! a.. on went. hank of Indian .ftlver, Iherioenncinue F. M. Jolly, Ulvlaloo TaaaenRer Agent.
Pills ... eaat to the water of th river; thnnne 134 West St. Aator Block JacksonvllI\ Fla.,
AUGUSTIM prlcl" 7 >c. per bottle. Hall's Family ...rtltarly, neanrlerln. tbe watera edge uf tneIrer Hay ,
ST. > the best. to a point due mat of the alerting .point, Oa.
are vV. WrOnn Savaomth :
B. I'Maen er Tratllo Mamiger, :
,.lumce w.*t to the point of br rlnnlnip, ixjntAln*

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ST. AUGUSTINE, 'FLORIDA. Nolle*. T. A, TAI'MAf,
: FLORIDA? HOUSE Aflmlnletrator Katate t>frtilnM.

.. Keynolila, Hr! :_ .
.kTtmrE w HrRF.iiYorvESTif ATON" MOTday : PRHTTHTG:
elevator. Steam teat. 'Porcelain baths. .1..\ April a.,. IMl! I *b..ll praMal. BITmcooiiDM a.<>. M. JII.U'Admlalatrator''. !4 -p-l: -tSobaeriber JOB
Centrally located. Passenger fur On"l MttiwMit, and pplyr Attorney
: nod M.OO: da,. Open the entire year. Liberally IDT ctlnrbarm m* *4mlal $2.30 per
Rates $2.00 _... itovMuwi. to tlMrmntr OF 'ALL KINDS
Thousand Dollar* wa tale at Nathan "'a your attention Is tlrawD
conducted. Capacity 250.\ Mora than Fifteen (', JadK. uf Hnnni COUMJ, at Tlwuvllta pasted
modern'improvement that rlorl (o tbe name-aaH-data slip npo10nl' E Executed at thADVOCATE.
expended thU..ammer on this hotel. Every BARAH. H. flArNOERA. paper or wrapper. If jruu are l la .

contributes to the. ealth.Comfort and rWsasore Of IU Gaests DM MeD a.... M. R ,.*..... AtkBlnlitrMrtx.Attorney 1Oaa.1ameaa. arrears plea** remlC"I I PRINTING OFFICE.
T. 'C. HA YD EN, Manager. for AdmlaJrtrattU.
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BIRTHDAY, WEDDING COUNTY COMMISSIONERS s. W. CARROLL, W. E. GOLDSMITH. EL._ RR.A.2: : Y d<:, seO.: :: ,


...and... PROCEEDINGS. Carroll c& GoldsmithDealers -DEALERS IN-

Anniversary Presents. TlTDBVILLB, Oct.2, J90O. I In- GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
The Board of County Commissioners --- ,

met pursuant) to adjournment. Present: We handle PRODUCE of all\ kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS
cM GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES.
; : J. It. Walker, chairman; J. :Mendel, GROCERIES, We deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. -

Wm. II. Sharpe, J. N. Wailer A. A. Write us for prices ou Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
I JEWELERS, /Stewart clerk; J. P. Brown sherll Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Tour Patronage Solicited. E. L. BRADY A BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA The following business was transacted: TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. _
The minutes of last meeting were read ------
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THE ANHEUSER BUSCH.. and approved.On motion,.the road from Banyan I to DWYER WAS A MILLIONAIRE Robbins & Graham Cot INSURANCE. Protect Your FIRE

,,, Tropic as viewed and laid out, was de- Property Against ,

clalred a public road. "- While Duchess Lived. Lost 35O.OOO It. ., 1

Brewing Asso's.Famous On motion, the road from Edgertowtohaunders' Wheat. Mow! Goes to M..II.. (Incorporated.) :r.XGEJTN"JN"Gnn.d.: :: : : : OYOLC>:NES.I .

place, .as viewed and marketwas Many of the ADVOCATE readers will, PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.; tbe Mutual
St. Louie. Keg and Ik ... declared a puillie road. represent all tbe leading Fire Insurance Companies, and Life
( fled Hoer I On motion, the road from White CIty; DO doubt regret to learn of the downfall I This company ownsLANDS Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety/ Bonds of the City
as viewed and laid out, was declared a I of Mr. E. L. Dwyer, whose marriage to I. Invest. Safe Deposit A Surety Co., of Philadelphia Pa.
Bold by JlI....Ixwloy A: MotloiTltlinrllla public road. the Duchess of Castellucla, at Hotel InI I : :: :: :::
Fls.By On motion the road from Jenningi I dlan River, Rockledge, took place a few I For Rates Information, etc., call on or address CIIAS. S. SCHUTLER
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,Coos Fla. Tltusvllle
Fla.
Mr. R. I. Mutlnw ,
It will be remembered that in the Indian River On the St.
By Mr. W J. Tucker Cnooa on place to W. F. Richards' place, a, vieweand years ago. : Country;

., Fort Pierce, ,Ia.f' laid out, was declared a public road. the Duchess formerly owned the famous I Lucie River; at New River and on Br ylIICByoe. -- --
On motion the road from Mosquito Dummitt orange grove near the Haul

JOSEPH ZAPF Lagoon; to Indian River, as viewed and over, which is now the property of Judg Prices to suit the times. INDIAN BITER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .

f' laid out, was declared a publIc road. J. 8. Cochran. While on Indian River, Send for Land List.
I On motion, a permit was granted to Mr. Dwyer was considered to be Immensely FLA.

Sole Agent. James Dodge to carry a Winchester rifle, wealthy but now he is merelya ; Offices at Titusvillo and Miami, Fla. Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked' loose. Special attention
No. 1K( ( 77 4.. private soldier in the United State
calibre us'e. Fair Is motto.
{ 010 to 020 West: Bay StreelJACKSONVILLE On motion, the cost bill of the extra Marine Corps. This Dwyer I Is no relation GEO. M. ROBBINS F. A. MORGAN paid sacking for Yachts or for family dealing my

session of the Circuit Court amounting of Mr. Michael Dwyer, who re- President. Actuar T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.

FLA. to $13.5O as paid out by the Clerk of the cently owned Hotel Indian River, Rock .. --------- --
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Court, was examined and approved. ledge./ Brevard Abstract of Title Co., --

j Choice '. .tOn motion, It was ordered that R. A. Since 1805, when he Was the husband ,
Conkling be empowered to fix up the of a Duchess and shared tier Income of WILL FCIUflSHAbstracts ROBT. L. MOTLOW,

Wines,Llquori lighter at Turkey Creek and put the $7,000,000( to the present time when be of TitleFOR .

I uss 1I and Cigars, same In good condition with as little expense Is a private In the United States) Marine COCOA and TITUSVILLE, FLA.
'I I as possible.On Corps earning (ij: a month Edward LANDS IN- .

Guaranteed Pure. motion, it is ordered, aa there appears fortune.Leonard Dwyer has run the gamut. of ill- Brevard County. Four full Quarts Whiskey DELIVERED 83.20

1 reduced no, objection to declare the road
I Sold at
p ,/ i pnqe, from Mime to b. Ellis' house to be agaii! Dwyer lias. had a most remarkable ca- Office under Law Office of I
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declared road the same Is hereby reer. -- -
a public GEO. 31.\ ROBBINS, I
," I Imparted declared publIc road. two years ago. lIe first tried his bandat
q i 11' Toll it r Wine: On motion, the report of C. F. Conk mining In, Mexico and made money. TITUSVILLK, .; FLA. I i

, from Italy ling a Justice of the peace, having collected lie later speculated In wheat and lout It. Jas. Fritclstard c& son.Hardware .

((I and turned the same over tu Becoming a promoter be went to England :
John B. Togni the county treasurer, was examined and and succeeded In Interesting tog East Coast Meat Market I'
llsh in Mexican nil He
I capitalists DOM.
approved.On
a. Metropolitan Saloon, 123: East Bay St. motion it Is ordered that J. Men- spent a half dozen years In the Euglittt U. F. DUREN, Agent. __:Irea.: : ers: :JD. ,

I JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.whol"'e del Inform all justices of tbe peace, /hue capflal.,making money easily, and whet .
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he returned to the United States with It
lion 2, Laws of Htbat\ they are required = o .
and R.bll.- Interested himself in the of
development
to make a full report of their actions ...... "l -
arid lands In ""101 Ida. Ho lost,.a good ( --
every month to the Board of County; s:::...
i1 HOTELS BOARDING HOUSES (Commissioners.On; part of his money In this, but while In 00 ? 'ie

,, motion, J. N. Waller was appoint Florida met the Duchess of Castellucia lypy

AND OTHERS. a committee to collect the amount ot The Duchess wan Miss Jennie A. Tomajo, -
c the noto of the town of Tltusvllle that of Brooklyn, befoie site married the Duke s:::... ,

they owe to Urevatd county.On of Cast tellucill. -
motion the road report of '1'. J. De- The Duchess was seventy-three years
!Steubed and J. N. Madden was received ofd when Dwyer met her at her Indian 6H eeb
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fiver plantation. He was young stalwart cn; Box 212
and accepted, and notices ordered to be -
posted according to law. polished, and the Duchess found s:::... y c=

1 As it has been proved to the Board of him a most agreeable companion. Within t=I Titusville F orid.a.: .
4MTI County Commissioners that (I. B. How three months he married her. They TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ,

b) f foil want Fresh, anil, Bait water flub,oyntemHireen and hall placed a large quantity of loge travelled extensively in Europe. - .-
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Turtle,K oto.It The children grandchildren
'' and Hewtll FI.I.. and (>>.ter (mi>nv f.otetUoeaustsniClt7MarkelJackeonv111eFla.. thus In Sebastian endangering River just the above safety the of bridge said Duchess opposed her marriage and did rrIIIo r"chrcc>I < "VhyP-l :i B .......aW

I I __ bridge In i case of high: Hood\ It Is resolved not receive her husband. Mrs. Dwyer, '-- '\]
as the Duchess was culled died within The come to few or many to inspect a
that said If. U. Howard be ordered to WHY KILL YOUR MOCKING BIRD Opportunity may

I r..l'ho BI.Ovcry remove said logs at his own expense. six: months of her marriage to Dwyer. with stale food, when you can choice,assortment of Fall I II.BI
death she him :
'and be held responsible for any damage Before her gave $350OUO buy the) Southern Home' Mocking Bird I
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'010 West nay St Jacksonville, to said bridge caused by these logs until outright. Food fresh every day at 25e per lb.; sent GOODS
FINE they have been removed. When her will was offered for probateIt anywhere lOo extra to pay freight. NOVELTY DRESS I II
mention of
she made
found that no
On motion the road report of J. O, was
aim, but had left her entire estate to her WHY Buffer from CHILLS & FEVER,
i Mines, Liquors and Cigars. Fries and and C. D.notices Flood ordered was received'and to be post ton, ( accepted
Uudnet with smaller bequests to other Chill and Fever Tonic, guaranteed -
be t
t ed l according to law. I ON SALE THIS WEEK. Will you one
Anheu.er-13uecb Extra Palo on Draught. On motion, the rood report of J. O. relatives Including her granddaughter, to cure for 50o.

Fine Cold Lunch Served Dally. Pries, It. II. Stewart and C. ,It. Stewart the[ MnroheHa Uugaro, who, at the time WHY suffer from a splitting HEAD Gardner Titusville Fla.
." The best of Service and a pleamtnt quiet was received and accepted and notices was suing fur a. divorce from her Italian ACHE, when you can get a bottle I Chas. A. ,

sesort. JOHN F. MUNCH, Mgr. mleted to be posted according to law. hUllbl nd. talk of of Thomas' Headache Cure, that "III Furniture Dry Goods Shoes.
On niotlvn, the road contract and bond The was some contest byDw'er cure you in short order for 10c. _
relative. of the Duch.
and other
it J. H. Richardson for contract No. 11: .
II. R. THOMAS,
t ass who .had nut been mentioned In her 3.3' os'r:te-004 tt2" S 3 'C3r 3 4
; CANCER 1 wan accepted. Chemist A. Druggist.:! LaVllla Pharmacy,
CURD at HOME. The objections. filed by the Protestant will, but the estate was divided as she Jacksonville, Fla.
directed.With .
I church Eden
at against a
Episcopal
NO KNIFI2, NO 1'AIN. 'change: of county road were this day the money given him by his wife,
Dwyer could have lived in )luxury, !but '
Send fur free book. AcMreM, withdrawn.
10 drifted buck to the Chicago OOw heatpIt" The Bicycle Hospital GAY
I Cancer Sanitarium. Ou motion the bond of W. II. Cresson
for notary public was examined and ap ; again and In a short time all his
BROTHERS'GROCERS.
I BELLEVIEW, FLORIDA. money was gone.! .
proved. 18 where wheels of all descriptions are
.. -- .- On motion Wm. Smith was placed on After that ho did what he could andIn.klly repaired on the shortcut notice, atmoderate
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enlisted In the Marine Corps at
the pauper list at t>3 per month. charges.
DEAR $ TAYLOR On motion\ the road report of the super Ilarrlsburg and( was sent to the- League Up-to-date wheels fur hire at all'times. .
Inland N Yard. 'On with
I... ntendent of roods was received, examIned "vx Saturday /
and approved. other recruits, he stalled for the Philiplines. iVe make a Special Feature of our

Artesian WellCONTRACTORS On motion the license report of the When he Is through service as a

+ County Judge for licenses Issued during marine ho Intends to make another fortune 1 Order
tlI Mail '
.i I i the month of September, wilt examined lu the Krutt Department.Knowing .

t f I and approved.

!( Tho treasurer made his monnhly report More* Improvement. how difficult It is In some localities to get; GOOD GROCERIES
:! /A Em Gillie Fla.YirginiaHomes
.. different funds of the
un the county CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them tilled

which was examined and approved. J.N. During the past week engineers/ and promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will\ be satisfactory.Ve .

> Waller and Win.Sharpe were appoint- nechanlcsjiave been arriving at Miami carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House in East Florida,.and have
ed> a committee to destroy the .warrants and machines found In other and smaller houses
to place quarrying crushing many articles not usually
DOWLING A HATCHEU
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turned the treasurer according
over by ,
to schedule. The committee having In position for the purpose of cutting 12 Laura street, Jacksonville. S3T-: SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
,out rock to be ,,"odln ballasting the entire -
performed their duty were discharged. roadbed of the Florida East Coast
'The treasurer also had a certlticatetttached from Miami to \ which
I Ry. Jacksonville MAINHARD BROS.
You learn all about Virginia Lands to his report showing that he till\ make one of the Quest roads In the UaGrlppo Is at Homo Anywhere!
had the balances ;tn deposit In the Indian -
lIouth. This Is a large undertaking, and "
Its resources, products, mode of cultivation River /State Bank. means the expenditure of a vast sum of Gleaning and Dyeing No JooCAUtyOfY\n' Safety
etc. by reading the On motion, Mrs. 1\\[. C. Johnson was >Xo: ; Vioious 'W"h..re.n-Xalaria Thrive.JOHNSON'S .
prices but
1 moneYr Mr. Flagler atopa; at no expense -
the list.
Farmer. Send lOots. dropped from pauper when It comes to making his
Virginia
On motion, Wm. Davis, a pauper had property whether railroads, steamships Establishment, 12 Newnan;; St., Clothing GtllLL & .FCVCR TONIC
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for 8 monthf subscription to the raised from tJ and .
allowance
his monthly $ to cleaned, dyed repaired pressed.JACKSONVILLE .
In the The
hotels the beat
or country. "I took laOrlppe;every bon In my body
Farmer Co., Emporia Va. $8 per month. road Is also to be relald with 00-pound FLA., begun to ache, and I was oompolled: ; toCURES
On motion, the protest of C. O. Jan- : b took Jobnsoa'i Chill:. s nd
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nock against road to Jensen was received 1 1 Fever through the night; no
For' .Sale. bed of rock will'\ enable the trains to be fever name aching disappeared and
and> tiled. the free Tltusvllle Laundry. I W8D' to
run at greatest possible speed morning
Petition of J. H. LeTourneau et. al.) ONE NIGHTS well 1ttaa
and M liTer. I bar* sine trtad
six from dust and almost motionless
the ,
At Halifax acres
Daytona, on
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road known Tick road Tltusvllle Is other cues with like results. ,
to open as Ridge Mr Geo. Cook, of now
I choice hammock land cleared, fenced with the electric fans passengers can W. W.C.LDwsra. Chicago,Xll.nA.
vas received and referred to the superintendent to do laundry work of
prepared every
recline with
and partly with orange tree. 000. ; ease, making a passenger
of roads to take such action as All work guaranteed.
unexcelled In the south. esoriptlcn.
One-half cash, balance 8 per cent. train to be .
Address be may deem necessary. Leave your washing at G. F. Duren's QIRARDBAU, Sole flanufacturer SAVANNAH OA.
C'OtTHTLAND BlTCKMAN On motion It Is ordered that $300 be corner atom opposite AD oOAtK office.
transferred from the flue and forfeiture Public 8p.*ltlii*. ;
22 st. Jacksonville Fla.IUUt'ARU .
Hogan ,
und to the feeding prisoners fund. .
There Is but one Chronic Disease speciliat -
Whereas. appears that the Interest; Judge J. C. It. Foster and lion. DoWltt of note In Florida-Dr. Vincent, ofacksonvllle. E.
COUNTY TREAURISR'SBTATMMKNT. of the will be subserved by modflcatlou A. WADDELL
a
> public Webb, two of St. Augustine's prominent Write him for symptom
I of road contract No. 23:! so as to ,
citizens, arrived here Friday utter tanks.
October, let 1OOO.JUIarce How the making of corduroy over certain '
noon last to tell the people why the Real Estate Office
cub on hand Sept. lot, 1001.,$ 1.81S fM portion of the 7 mile slough Instead Cosmopolital ,
capitol should be at the Ancient city. the most and Interest-
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Amount received m tlel't. 1000 tot 00 of enoo'ik", eat as the contract now pro- VISIT
Promptly at 7:30:: <<1 nl. the Indian River
p. In America. . .
Total....... ......... ... ... .., .. ,018 0.Lees Ides for, and it appearing' that such band commenced play Ing and played several lug sight
warrant I'alil In Hept., It81O, lodlllciulon has been consented to by selections. At 8 o'clock Col. D. I. THE FLORIDA.MrichFarmCo. BUREAU of INFORMATION for CITY of MIAMI
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anil dellverail to County OnumlBNlim.; the contractor. It Is, therefore, ordered
raulden of this Introduced to the
era 110"School 14920llnUnce such modification be allowed under place
hat '

i on band Oct. lit, 1UOO.... 6,767 TOABOVI stipulation, to be fixed by the auperlneudent people plainly DeWitt of St.) Auguotlne's Webb who talked advantages very and Dade County In general. Loan and Collection Agency.

BAI.AXrB I* HBI.n AS JI'OLLO"NIIeIKllllte.l.n -! On motion of roads.the list of polls collectedby Judge Foster.. was also introduced the byCol. ,. Agent for the valuable TUTTLE ESTATE lands, located at Ft. Lauderdale,
IiMllan Klver Stay Il.&nk. Gaulden, who covered same
i aa ]>er Ciuihlwr'i certtacateattacked l the examine the month of ground as the former speker, and on finding Hallandale Fulford, Ojus, BUcayne, Little River Miami Cocoanut Grove
to wonthly report lass ii checks..I 6,367! 10 September was and approved; his speech presented to the audience JACKSONVILLE.: : and Cutler; also the Estate of Dn. CUTLER besldeB many desirable waterfronts

( Total.......................... ....$6117'9] On motion In the matter of a road a number of capitol removal but ; Fruit and Vegetable Land of all sizes on East Coast and chain of
from Rattle Snake gap to the F. E. C. Keys to Key West. Orange and Phosphate lands on West Coast.
BALANCKS VKLOXOian TO EACH FUKD AS POLoLOW. tOUII. The band concluded with an appropriate -
I *| Railway, the Board appointed' E. E-
County Revenna-Oenrntl Ftmil $ZM1l4 M winson J. P. Sawtelle and J. O. Fries selection
It.m.l and: : KrUlm KUDU. ..:::::::' t m For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for
1 HulMlnif Fund............... ... lK \ 26 to mark" view and lay out the same and ARMOUR & CO., Fertilizers Chicago AIRMOTER WIND MILLS Chicago.
.. make their to this Board the first ,
..e Kln and Forfeiture Fund ..... II.... 67apeclal Tuesday' In November.The fi a Avenue D, over Bank MIAMI; FLORIDA.
!toad l Fund',diet No t.. A 34 bills paused and r e
Uoa l diet No 6.. following were On Mr. Jack -- -
SjMMjinl < fund 1,1'1II.J Friday evening last - -- --- ---- --- -
School' Fund............. ... ... 10 U9 ordered raid: Moyer and Miss Stella hale were united
commissioner $ 4 40 ESTABLISHED 1875.
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1 Total................... .. .......... $530779 J R Walker, county" 4(X) In the holy bonds of matrimony by Fath- .
at the residence of Mr. F. T.udge. .
Wagner,
JOHN llR: Hr, II "
County Treuunr.. J W N n Waller"Sharps .. '23 7 00 40n Mr. Moyer hails from Urbana, A VV=:: .A.. ::SO-C-eS cto CO.
Ohio, and is Miami's\ popular assistant .,
If In health consult Dr. Vincent A Conkling 600 ostmaster. Mrs. Moyer Is well knownIn
poor D 1 Cain 6 00
Mohawk building, Jacksonville, Fla. J P Brown janitor. . . 5 00 Tituavllle\ where she spent many GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS
and bass number of friends
00 jailor.. . . . :3000) happy days
Don't throw away your money buying waiting on co corns 400 \(rs. Moyer's father, Col. Chris Hale, .1 L 8 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA.We .

patent medicines Dr. Vincent's advice 5' .' fending dogs.. .. ... 9 00 now residing resident la with Jacksonville his ; at in onetIme tbeaoove f' ...weighluirtaetosalpoeuda! .S to 19 feet handle only the best and mod reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay
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alone Is worth a gallon of "cure all" 'r circuit 4 00 family high each. Ontrlcb Corn Oats anddark
ct. Flour
waiting on looked > Bran, Wheat Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, j both bHgh't
stutl. Wnte him at Jacksonville. named town, and was _&II. .*R>.ostrich sluing and baby ostriches
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and 20 00 at
drawing sum jury upon as a family\ of great respect. The )u.t hatchet wholesale. _state agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
II sum special venue. 180 Duldee escort vtoltors through tile farm e.x.pl.latn Star Brand Ferttllren- 0earanteed Ground
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Rending notice ads. on this page r DVOCATK Joins with their many friends (all about UM birds,twit seals habits ears, Nitrate, Soda. Murlate of ?ots.b. Analysis.Sulphate Orange l'ot..h tree KaIDIe&o.and V8lt8tablll. nf.rtll..n.rtlllae1' Pare ban B0
ar ve cents per line per week. (continued on 3th page.) In i hearty congratulations. Flu....a.. eta Superior 111he III&rk1.telal will CODY Send for Catalegee r.QI .-


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