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Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 19, 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: UF00075918:00094
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VOL. 31. NO.8. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOHKH 15), 1OOO. PllIOE l''>o.

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LOCAL NEWS OEO. WRAY, TIlE TUNER, will visit -Mr. Oeo. C. Mattlmms, one of West lar"'Tho residence! of J. O. Walton, -Mr. S. Sorolile.', presenting! the ",,looking remarkably well. Ho paidthe

the East Const in November 3t Palm Beach's preminentpineapple growers TltuHvllle, for runt, furnished. Applyat Clyde Lute, Is In town today. Windsor hotel n visit, and then prwoooded I

was in town ashoit while on Tues this. olllco. to St. AugiiHlliu and other polnta
And Topics! of General Interest. -Mr. E. L. Brady has returned from day. -The stonmer Spartan, of Eon (lallio, south.

Miami, where be hits been for the past -Senator and Mrs 1<:. N. Dlmlck and I made special trip to Tltusvlllo, Mon

two weeks. -Claim Agent,: O. J. Zehubaiier, of son, Frank, passed through hero, Wednesday day. Mr. Myron L. Howard!, the popular

Society and General Ooiulp In eonnectlo the F. E. C. Ry., was In town from Tuesday en louto home 11'011IHlhltslu ,', manager of Hotel Windsor, Jacksonville!,
f thin
-Capt. Bob Ilimloe, of Sebastian! was There will bo K ittiH'tlng '
until\ to business Michigan has been enjoying a visit with relative"
with UlMiayne May. Lake 'Vorth.ln.lh. .. Wednesday: attending i iMr.
among the pleasant visitors to town on Faimots' Institute In Tltiisvlllu\ on Monday East l'II"'tklthl... week. Ills wlf"acuol1"l'"nlo,1
fur his near"
Hanana and Halifax Rivers. Wen company.
Key
Tuesday! Wm. Sooble, who has been next. him.
and all other Important Point along the Geu. M. Robbins was at spending tl.e at Hunsonvllle N. '
-Attorney ,: summer ,
East Coast of Florida. Brief mention orlotere.tlow -Capt. 'V. J. NeHl.Itt, one of Eau GallIe'8 -Mr. EH Walker, of Woo.lloy, 10tnrneil l who conducted
Fort Pierce part of Monday and Tuesday, Y., writes us that he expects to I bo at Mr. 11. \V. Ingb'huit,
Events front Various Part pro.ainentresideuts, was a visitor to. attending to some law and land matteis.Of his Ormond homo this week homo yesterday, after spending a the Brock house, Knteipilne, last winter,

of the World About People Ton Know Jacksonville, this week. Into lie has hold over *IOUO( worth of couple of days lu town hurt' (mixed the Sanfoul. IIOUHO, Sunford.

and People You Don't Know Plckm -Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wager, who have land In the neighborhood of Fort Pierce. -'rhe Florida" Kant. Coast Railway; -Mr. Prank A. Russ, who represents Mr. Inglelmrt wan In Tlliisvllle lust win. '

up by Our Society Editor....et.l..rl'e staff been on a delightful jaunt to Richmond southbound trains are fairly well Illlod ono of the ltiig.>Mt shoo man II ifactueis" In tel, looking over this section.
W. 11. is out with his with East Count who
C'ltpt. Sharpe day
people,
every ,
of Correspondent scattered along thISast und oilier places wltu the FluiUla Pions the United Slates arilvod In town -
Jenterday.
,
Coast of Florida. card, asking the support of the voteis of air letuinlng homo front" their vacations Manager H. P. Shares, with some
Association returned home .
on Tuesday the Sid district at the coining election. no til. of his white help, I passed Ihlougli her

-Mr. and Mr. F. B. Everett, Of Went The Captain has been County Commissioner -Mr. L. Moieton Murray, representIng tliu, latter' part of last week, eu route to
THE ADVOCATE, Palm Beach, who have been spendingthe for many years, and we are under -!Mr. Wm. Mac Kenzio, rppiPHontntlvoof the wholosulo' |>vlsloii IIOIIHD of Uonkletlgo, where h.. Is. having a large

1.50 per annum, In Advance., summer at Hendorsonvllle and Ashevlllo the impression I he will be ro-electesi.Dr. the United States Not and I'wlno Co., Maix Hum., Jiickmuivlllo, west a pious- number of Impiovemonts initdo to the

Hl.OO six months, N. C passed through here, Tuesday New York, was among the pleasant' call- ant miller at this oflloo yoxUMiluy Now KockltMlgu hotel, which will ovon)
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. home. E. E. Rollins, a prominent physician Sri, at this ollluo yesividuy. lie is ou a easily this SDIIHOII.
en route of Savannah, arrived I In town, Tues hip south as far as Key Vest -Mr. and 111'11.'Ihtltnllll/: Slngloton

-Dr. L. T. DinleU left for his homo day. The doctor comes here to i notice ads. cents Invitations have liven IHSIUU! !Mr.
Heading teq by
are at Cocoa, Monday, but will\ return hereto In our city |permanently, audIs Jacksonville for some time "' lelt the Iliickliigliuin hotel St. Augustine\ ,
per line on tills page.; day, and remain a week or so, fur located at the Indian Kher hotel. Ills and Mi 1'1', Joseph Uitliia to the mailing here, yesterday\" for Pulm llencli, to the coming "" 1111"11. Ho Infoimed the
,of their Allis! Maud to
-Mr. Edgar Paeon, bas been appoin the purpose of attending to dental work wife will arrive shortly from Suvunnuh.Mr. daughter, IIlrJ'Yl'oruar spend the winter, l>ink paper that list hud quite suoce('**-
St. Augustine. The
ed the steamship Al- which he has hand. coiemony fill season ut tbo akin hoime, Watch.IIIII
purser. on Clyde on L. A. Wilson, a prominent fertilizer will Luke place HI the Cathedral Monday -'lIrA.: J A. McDonald, after a visit to R. I. Miico the closing of this

gonquin.Mr. I HAVE FOR SALE 10,000) VERY I merchant of Jacksonville, returned evening, October 2t>, at 8 o'clock. friends In St. AugiiHlInu and I .1,inksonville iimmer hotel, Mr. and Mrs. Howe. have

Tom Knight's many friends were flue smooth Cayenne Buckets at Chicago! on the steamer Comanche lust Saturday -Mr. J. E. Ingralmm
pleased to see him back again, lie having pinery /St. Petersburg, Fla. after a pleasant visit with friendllin dent of the F. K. C. Railway paused mole to Palm Hunch. Her numerous.. II., and oilier place North
arrived Sunday from New York. CHAS 1VElerr Alt. New Jersey and New York states.. Mis. Miami lends must miss her very muchof
Manager.Mrs. Wilson will remain North a few weeks through hero, Wednesday, eu route to late. Mr. J. 0. Mast, of tho Indian liivor hotel
-Mr. Wm. J. Hazlewood, one of our Palm Bunch and other points on business Titusvllle, In having the hotel
lunger.
valued Brooklyn subscribers, Informs UII M. L. Coleman and son, Wil- connected with the Land. Depart -1\Ir. and, M i's. Ooo. F. PadilUon J und ground cleared up, preparatory' to the

that he will shortly ship a huuse-boat lard, have returned from Wyckoff to -Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Amidon of Boston ment. family, after a I'l'UlonlCl'o"IIIlt\ with iclu- arrival of tho winter guests, many of

aouth. their home at Allendale, N. J. Mrs. Coleman's who are on their loneymoonC arrived -MI' Chas. A. Merritt amt her bright lives oust, friends Now Yoik and 1 sit lit,.' whom are alrendy buglnnlng to arrive

-Mr. W. Blsbee, after having been many friends will bo pleased to at New Smyrna on Sunday. They and talented daughter, Miss Stella: of slated north, worst among the passouguison / from the North to Indulge In hunting\ ,
his see her in Titusville this winter. area very jovial young couple, and expect :- Wednesday's southbound train, on lUhlng und yachting, for which' punuluthin
away for some time, retained to Jacksonville, have returned to Hotel
to spend about four months on the route homo to Eau lallio. Master Uufus -
borne at Lotus the latter part of las -Mr. Chas. II. Walton is now at home and Ralhbun after a pleasant visit tu New has been suction of Indian: River! \U Ideal l
East Coa fishing, bunting yacht \ Robbins, of this place, who
week. again after enjoying a vacation of nearly York, Washington, Old Point Comfortand his ICI'nndlll\l'ontll-Clipt. and spot.
months White Mountains of log. other visiting linen with Mr
two in the who has
places. Mr.
Prescott "
-Mrs. Shaw wife of Captain H. B Mi R. l'n.I '* Vr
New Boston Lakeside New Mrs. H. K. Clark and her bright little \ N.
Hotel Chatnplnln
Hampshire, O. 1) Soavey at ,
.Sbaw, of Ormond, returned home, Saturday -Mr. Jno. N Waller, of Ankonn, has N. C.,-letimied with thorn. They wore
New Philadelphia and daughter of /St. Nicholas, near Jack. Y. this. lists. been spending a
Haven ,
York uminor,
after a pleasant visit north. Sh his card In this Issue, announcing himself all looking well after their vacation\ .
other places.Mr. sonville, returned home, Saturday on few day at Hotel Charleston, Charles.ton
.
south via steamer Comanche.Mr. candidate for Commissioner
came as a County
board the Comanche, after a delightfulvisit S. C. till week. He wan aooompuulod -
: Win. A. Hours of Jacksonville's for )District No. n. of Mr.Waller' Jsok.ouvltl. ,
one Many
D. L. Alderman, of Fort Pierce to several northern cities. Little Married In by Mrs. Piosoott. Thoy( cam
\ prominent merchants, who recently II friends ale under the Imprc ".
was among Monday's southbound pass- :Miss Clark was a general favorite on south. on board the steamer Comancha
escorted his wife north to Ion he will\ \ be re-elected.
engers, en route home from a visit to owing board the Comanche.Mr. At the residence of the pastor of the just for the nako of the sun trip, and Informed

Orlando, where he purchased a herd of ill-health,still remains at Clifton Springs, Louis I. of Jack -Capt. A. J. CanovR, who loft New Presbyterian church, Jacksonville.. tho pink paper representativethey
N. Y.where Mrs. Bourn we hope will Stephens, one
,
cattle. York October 1st board the cht HMX) Mr. would return New York the
be fully restored to health. I sonville's prominent merchants, returned on y" day afternoon, Oct 14, Wyatt tot|
-Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Douglas were home on Saturday' He went north Zorayda, arrived at St. Augustine! Monday L, Blown was nmriled to Mr*. Julius U. same way .
-Mrs. II. W. Reynolds and'dl\l1jthter and Is expected: here today. Tin' (11'1\ both formerly of Tltusvlllo The
among the passengers who arrived on to Maine A few months ago, while Herlouttly ), Business In tlio hotel. line seem to beImpiovlng
Mabel, who have been enjoy ing a visit ofa restored to /genial captain. taking the boat tu Rook- ADVOCATE joins their many friends In ,
the steamer Commanche, Saturday III, and returns fully northern arrivals having .
few months with relatives in Baltimore the of his famIly ledge, where It will bo used by !1r. Pot- nibbing them all the good things of life. many !
They are prominent citizens of Miami health much to pleasure boon noted at tho Jacksonville
returned here Tuesoay, looking tae during the coming, season Mr. and Mrs. Brown nee making their
where they arrived on Saturday night. and numerous friends.Mr. hotels. Tho Rathbun, under tile management
much In health. While
-Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Racey and famlly Mis. Reynolds Improved visited Niagara Falls away afia' Joe Mendel out with his card, -Mr. Cluis. F. Naethlng, of New York, homo at Aillyport.-- -- of Mr. China A. Merrltt. has
who have been of tho will bo In Tltusvlllu next mouth, to en- bean getting a fair share of the traveling
\ of Waveland, enJoyIng other points of Interest. soliciting I the suffiages! voters of
the duck A 1140ar Killed at .1.1t4Or., and llt will be all
vacation in several states north, Bievaid for County Commissioner for joy shooting. His honse-bamt public, not long ere the

passed through here Wednesday, on -The Misses Sue and Camel Corbett, district No. 1, at the coming election on will soon be put lu commission by Prof.Joba I hotels will bo oiowded, for great num-

their way home. of Charleston, S. C., accompanied by November 6th. Mr. Mendel is a well M. Lnllln, who arrived hero. from Last Friday bear tracks were discovered bois of touilsts aro coming to ."'IOI'hilitlal.

t their grandmother, Mrs. Walsh, returned known resident of this section, and Ills New York yeaienlay. Ills numerous 1 on the beach near the Inlet, and a .* winter-tliftt Is, If we can !bollove all

:-Mr. Orot jan Ronald a popular young home, Friday, after a delightful visit previous good record needs no comment I, tends me pleased to sue him In town party of huntuis was soon UIIIUlI..ulllllld an ADVOOATK representative hoard whileon

man who always spends his summers at with relatives in New York City. They from us. agalu. following the trail. Capt. Armour and tour thiougli various northern state

,/Seabreeze, arrived In Titusvllle Friday will probably visit relatives In Jacksonville this
ii I.. linker, two old time hunters, killed mi nu suer.
afternoon last, and left next day for and make a tour of the East Coast -Mr. Geo. Gingross, who has born -Dr. B. R. Wilson left, Tuesday, for the bear, and, your 001'respondent helpedto

Lotus, where he will attend to the ship- the coming winter. spending the summer at Nowberry, N, St. Augustine, where he will attend the oat him. Sunday threw trails. worn The Southern hotel (formerly known
meeting of the of the !State of all the Parker house), 'illth: street and
of his and C. south surgeons
ping oranges vegetables.Mr. was a passenger on Monday's
and followed hoar
found but
no sighted.
-Mr. J. A. Gilbert, after an extended bound train en route to his home at Florida. Dr. W. L. Hughletr, of Cocoa; : Broadway New YOlk, la I now open, having
. II. Kent, who has beeen on i a visit! of some time to St. Paul, Minn., Rockledge. ,He will return to New berry and Dr. Thomas of West Pulm Bouuii! They probably' throw the \boys oil the been thoroughly renovated from the

visit to his old home in England, passed returned to Eau Oallie on Friday last, the coming winter. Mr. Ulngrass came also passed through beta en route to the trail by going to church. roof to basement. It sass IAD) large", airy

through here, Saturday, en route to accompanied by his mother. Mr. Gilbert to !St. Augustine\ with Tony Can- above meeting.; Dr. Wilson summed and, well-furnlslied' rooms with lino lining

West Palm Beach where he will remainall stated that he bus rented all of his ova, on board Mr. Puttee Cnpt.a fine launch home on Wednesday.Mr. A Good Word for the F. K. O. Hallway. I und grill room. anil, I IK managed by .

the winter. lie was a passeuge cottages at the latter place, and that of New York. Messrs. 1'roskey Bro., well-known and
Zorayda
south on the steamer Comanche.A there will be quite a number of people Mnmico Walsh who has been capable hotel managers. When visiting

there tot the winter. --Tie Clyde steamor Comanche had engaged: at Hotel Champlain, N. Y., all Our Ueorglanu correspondent writes NAW York-no matter what part of the
daughter: was born to Mr. and the summer, was in New York a few I lie AtmiCArK ns follows. :
1(18( ; on board on her trip to North or South rvsblo, In-glvo the
passengers
Mrs. R. II. 'Allen, of 737 Oak street, -Mrs. II. '1'. Woodward and Miss Jacksonville' last Saturday. The pas- days ago. Ho will noon return to Florida Honor to whom honor Is) dun.' Mrs Southern hotel a you trial. It I III near the

Jacksonville, on the morning of Oct. 12:!, Woodward, of Cambridge, Mass., were sageHoutli from New York was a delightful for the winter, probably htuking his J. W. Bruner was on her way down here principal' theatres and other place of

1'JOO. Mrs. Allen was formerly. Miss among the steamer Comanche'g passengers one, and much credit Is due head luI1rtel's for a while Tltusvllln.., a short while ago, and got oil the train amusement, Bead ad on 7th
page
Leethle Wlgneld, of Toledo, Indian : from New York to Jacksonville Peonlngton chief olllcor W. O.Chicliestor ere leaving for Mr O. D. beavey's Hue at Titusvllle leaving package of say,
Cnpt. ,
River, and Mr. Allen has been a postal Saturday. They are on a visit to Mrs. and Purser C. R. Tattle, who hotel at Magnolia springs. Fla.Dr. anal! dollars' value' on tho t ral n.. As soon The Grand hotel, New York, under
clerk the Florida Railway the ION discovered, list of tile the able f Mr. Win. (J.
on East Coast Woodward's son, who Is a wellknowncivil make It its was a ] management <>
did all In their to pleasant -
for many years. engineer of Jacksonville. Miss for the power and Mrs. F. II. Hoiighton, who articles wait made out and handed to ho I! Loland seems to bo doing quite a big
numerous onboard
Wood word informed us that they may passengers are wellun.1 favorably known all along train conductor next day. A few day business./ 'Mil hotel l bus. a large ollloutiilT
-Mrs. J. and Miss I. )I. Purser Tuttle Is a singer ol
R. Duffy the East: Const are now at their
summer -
the received Mr follow John K, and
decide to settle permanently Florida'smetropolis. ago package: WAS by us : Keogh i
Duffy, of Key West, who have been enjoying some note, and he was quite a favorite home In Wenfprvllle, O. The ,diictor
.
Urnner, all In good; older, with not a Mlclntiil Toner, day clerk: Albert Her.
a visit In Canada and northern mimic those on board. says his stay at Hotel Victory, Put In- tblng missing which spwiilo highly for nler night clerk ; Frank llannan and

cities, passed through Titusvllle, Saturday -The Froebel Academy: Jacksonville, -Prof. Wm. A. Walker of Charleston Hay, was a delightful!& one, and It did the honesty of the employes of the Florida Bunll\ Cm ran, front CI'Hk..j. ; Chas.. Grim-

en route home. The Clyde steamer opened Its doom. fur the sixth! year to Its S. C, who has been spending the : him so much good, lint I he now feels, as I East. Coast. Railway who have the beck' Jail K.: Hayden, Mr. [Smith and

Comanche carried them from New pupils last week. This school is a mod summer at Skyland and other fashionable well In health as he ever dl.lln his life. sincere thank of Mrs. Brunor Miss Edna Locker, cashiers; Miss K.Langdun .

York to Jacksonville.Mr. ern high school and boarding Institution resorts In North Carolina arrived Dr. and Mrs. 1I0ujhton-wIIOKu houseboat book-keeper. They are an

and Mrs. J. W. Estes, prominent with all the advantages of a college Monday, at New' Smyrna, where he has Denton. Is anchored at Tltusvllle obliging and able) set of olllters. and they
and well-known residents of St. for' boys and girls. It leaches every ordered the ADVOCATE: to follow. Tllrea.un expect: to leave for Indian River at the Stricken From the 1tC"JIHtrlUOIi are a credit to the Grand' hotel

branch. from kindergarden upwards of his coming to the East Coast so end of November.Mr. T.aka.Tlrusvu.r.E.
arrived home '
Saturday/
Augustine, of the fine :j'
and Hotel St. Andrew one
'or full up.
their particular prospectus apply easily in the season wait to join his friend! W. who Is
much to the pleasure of many W. Russell now residing hotels situated at the corner of
to Prof. J. II. Keppler corner Main ,
fiienda. They had been on a visit to Commodore W. II. Gregg, one of St. lu Amsterdam N. Y. will probably f
72nd, and headway New York I
: street
and Munroe Sts., Jacksonville, Fla. ,
One
Saratoga: New York and other places, Louis' wealthy residents, whose bo at !Sebastian for a short time October 13, (lJO//). which I la ably mnnngod by Mr. Chas II. 1'1'town
and came south on the Comanche. Mr.\ -Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Brown and yacht, the Orient, Is now In commissionat this winter, to Inspect part of the Immense Davis, m former popular assistant manager j,
stricken
Estes is one of the largest clothing mer- children. Mark and Louise, arrived home!: Ponce Park. Com. Gregg and Prof. tract of land purchased a few The following name were. of Hotel Royal Polnolanu, Palm '1
book of lirevard
_chants In the ancient,city on Saturday. Mrs. Brown and two children Walker (who, by-the-wiiy, is one of the years ago by Colonel A. O. Russell, bin", from the registration Law Beach, I I. now "crowded, to the door," "
the Election:
who have' been spending the sum- best-known artists In the South,) will I father, who died In Cincinnati a few county according to and Floridians are the t

mer at Saybrook and New Hartford, Ct., spend the winter cruising up and down months ago. Au AUWCATR: representative of Florida: many. Vice president. J. Parrott among and II,

' To Kent Furnished, Joined Mr. Brown in New York, where the East Count, for the purpose of hunt- met Mr. Russell In New York last. Itreard, C K Bralnard, A L guest od Second. Vice-president R. W. i.
(; W Crew. famlly, B>
1 Hlarkwelder
Harley
he has been on business fora few month Ini and /Inning. week, in company with Mr. Jos. Williamson Pickets Theu 1 Daniels, It Parsons, of the lorlda Kost Coast" Rail ,.
' An house in desirable They came south by steamer Comanche, another owner of land at Sebastian Henry
eight room a (Davis Andrew Win Gause J W way, .are giient: of the. above hotel which
location on Ridge wood Ave., Daytona. and had a delightful trip. Mr. Brown For Hale. and Mlcco There may be some marked (Jlvlns, Noah Harris, John If was recently visited by an AKVOCATBrepresentative. ,

AddressL. who is president of the Bank of Bay Biscayne Improvements near Sebastian shortly Karris, W H Habnlcht, A !Mr. Davl will pay the fEast t

M. MUKKAY, Box 132, left for Miami on Monday and Smooth Cayenne and Abbakka Pine- Howard, Babe Mendel J, I' Const a visit the coming winter !,
Fla. returned to Titusvllle yesterday. Free from Insects and ,
Daytona, disease apple' plant Address ..\. Hure Cure.A Munon, Cyrus D Morton, leo Wflllf'r. The Iris at Palm Beach will\ be known I.
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"Lakeside I'lnerlen," } Paul MeGIrt, A A in the future u* the Breaker. With the

Stage oiid Ball-Kooni Dancing. Tourists C. B. TUOK.NTOX, Orlando Fla. Florida man performing wonders steen H li Phillip, Z enlargement and Improvement. that ale \ '

carried In the pienencoof Judge Christie. Qulgloy: J 0 )(Unwell M J being made to till hotel It emerge

Mr. C. Constanstlne, 1237: Broadway, Coming to Tallahassee, Florida, should prosecuting criminal lawyer of Jackson- Strickland W U "Smith C A from the Inn class entering Into the hotel j:

New York, teaches the very latest European not fall to stop at the St. James Hotel, Wantrd to Sell, ville, Fla., and Dr. Henry R. Thomas, ( J II Weeks, Sum list The Inn always seemed over- '

and American dance at moderate for home and comfort. Cheap rates and one of Jacksonville's city councilmen, Williams, Ed. grown for nil Inn, and justly entitled to ,P I

prices. Unity, skirt, reels, jigs, charac- rill t-c 13811 fare. A first-class hotel at Tallahassee, Fla.; one thousand. letter of testimonial a more fitting distinction. The Breaker t

H ter, steps, song and dance skits, and all one that I I. doing a first-class business, the consumption, catarrh rheumatism. AMONG THE HOTELS. former guests will not readily recognize -

national dances taught. Stage dancingand Registration > tlce. and a good Investment for right man. asthma \lagrlppe; etc. Any one sending the Ion of past season. Huge

ballet of every description. Write The only reason for selling Is that I ama one dollar to the editor of till paper, TIle ADVOCATK III I now on file :aC al) wings are being built on the ocean side,

him .at the above address.. widow, and wish to go; out of business. and have same placed to my credit, ant the best hotel In New York city. the entire front ban been changed, aud
Mr. T. J. Cockshntt, supervisor of T'fstratlon Mrs. F. U. LASS send nie the editor's receipt, with one an Immense dining hall I III being built on
will be at Fort Pierce, Monday St. James Hotel Tallahassee Fla. >TLe Kathbun Hotel omnibus,Jacksonville and
dollar I will\ send tl I one-dollar packages the west aide changing Improvingtlie t
Belgian Hares. night; the 22nd!: ; White City, Tuesday the ----t- of my great discovery making six dollars now meets all train. appearance of the popular hotel very

True and stock. For :!:jrd; and Melbourne, Wednesday. the lie Kid of Your UN. for two. Address, Isnalfer 5. (f. Perk will make several much. Work on these! improvement U
to name rare 4th: of October, to transfer such voters. WlLLM Yht an. Improvement to Hotel Plaza, ICock- progressing rapidly, and will be completed

tale by II. S. WALKER Jacksonville: \ Fla. an may wish to be transferred. Prof. J. D. MacDonnell, of Little River General Manager The Young ledge, tbl season. long before the date fixed for the ,

of disease Magic( Cure Co., annual opening. With the enlargement;
will\ treat anyone any ,
Elwes former
medicine for Jacksonville\ Flu" Mr. G. Car)- a popular of tbe Breaker. Manager Sterry will i
For Sale. without knife, surgeon: or ,I town clerk of Tltuavllle, now fills the ,
Wanted Boat. the Weltmer bate a better opportunity to take care
a fire dollar a month, by of chief clerk at Hotel Rath- I

Skip jack sharpie, 4flft. long, sloop rig treatment. Prof MacDonnell a graduate Gardener Wanted. ; bun position, Jacksonville.An of his guest till winter. .5

Wanted charter a sloop alls\ anchor, small boat Bishop. closet;, of the Weltmer College, of Nevada,
to purchase or "
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and has hundred patient. ADVoCATe representative noticed THK DIG DRUG STORE, H leyPharmoey
About cabin 15ft. long, 5ft. Sin. bead cushions, Mo., now a I
or schooner yacht for cruising.condition.Apply rockery, stoves, etc. Draft about 2ft. long the East Coast. Under this treat- A truck gardener, with experience; Mr. Fred Starry, the able manager of Bay and Ocean streets Jack

forty feet long and In good to Price $;.KX> net cash. ApplyJ. m*t; Prof. MacDonnell will, treat and good at ed bed. and a. packer of the Royal PolncUoa and lad, Palm sonville. Fl*. Do 'not forget the ad-
by letter with full particular Beach alight from tile south dress 6.s. Hughea* old slid rellab'e
W. Wimnrsojc:: absolutely guarantee to care any disease tomatoes. recently : .
W. II. FETIIHS Daytona, Fla. Daytona, Fla." with which humanity Is afflicted. Apply at ADVOCATE, Tltuivllle. bound train at; Jacksonville Mr.Sterry drug buslneu. '





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...tltt ser ANNU.A.L; REPORT OF LICENSES: I = rmOnion: : : :: :: ; Seed..



Brevard County, State of Florida. Genuine Imported Tennertff stock: (no cheap California seed). Beat of testimonials -

o The from large planter White and Red 20o per ounce, $3 per lb.,
I tiled with the post paid. ready October let Onion Sets Bermuda ready now. White
which have been
IllIut'd by Tax Collector FllALJ-. ot Brevard Count-, duplieatt'1Jor County aDd bed 3Re quart postpaid, 14.75 per b.. ..hel. Also White Potato, Yellow
I Judge for the period beginning on the first day o.t October! 189J and ending on the first day of October 1110I). To be Egyptian, Tap Mlverokln and Ked, send for prices. Florida Rye $:.4O per

prl'lIt'nted to the Grand Jury for approval at the November term 1000. bushel. Georgia)'*. *1-50 per bushel. Florida 00 day Oats, 90cts per
i i bushel. Texas Bust Proof OaU 50cts per bushel.
Whole Period ot Llcerutell. 1&llotho Send for price list of all kinds of seeds.L. .
I Liquor e r than oral Total
No. 01 \lJtalen IIqllor .or I for CAMERON. Seedsman
From ...beD.l To .hen. .
r lcense I To whom po ted. For what purpose. State.for I f'nt.u.I dwletw. State. COUDt, 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE FLA.

1 1 Keeler I o't YOurlK. . IIJt'rdI8ntll. . . . . Oct. J. ]$!iti). Oct. J. IIIVO.( 300 300 1,0 .- -
Truth 2 F W 1oIlinKOn. . . . rnt'rchant. . . . . . a.. N.. a. dlt 311ft) :HIII l Fi0 -- --- --- JOHN MARX.
3 A Y W JlCI/jf/ Co. . merchants . . . . . .. do 800 800 I ) )() GEORGE MARX.
4 1" AII'Iolillan: : . . lIIerl'hant. . . . . ... do 310, ) 300 400
G I" J' Cobb . . m..rl'harlt. .. . . . . . .a. N N do Jl: 0) 121x.: ) ( 1VJ.8JB <>S.9
fI n..o }' 1'sddison. . . .merchant . . . . . a N do U 00 \9 0)
. 7 'I'1 Chaffee . .merchant . . . . N .N. a do D (1'0 900 J 4Z0 Wholesale Dealers In
\ 8 Bergman & . .- merchants . . . . .dl) 31N) 300 150
'11 G..o. M. wit. . rnt'r'hant. . . . . . d. d0 3 tin 300 150 GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE.
,I 10 James Morrow . merchant' . . . . . \.. do :l0 31NI( ) 1 rJO ..
, 11 .1 It J.eath..rlllan. . . merchant . . . . . .". .". du 31N.J 300 150'
12 C., Provost . . . merchant . . . . a do 3 or: 3141 150 131 aDd 133 Eat Bay Street and 6 and 8 Newnao Street,
: There's nothing 1.1: Lars Jorgensen . . rnt'rchant . :. . . " .". do 300 3 (N) 150
1\ 14 W J Tucker . . . eelllng liquor wines and beer a K .. do E:00 /5P000' 2:1000: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
) 15 Losley &. MotI')w. . selling liquor wines and beer. do $5UO s0)l III' 2'IfOO
; bad for 16 LOlllt'Y It Motlow. . . .running pool table, one table .. .a. .N. .". do 29; O( 25; 00 12: .0 ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY.
so a cough 17 Pre & /Stewart . . rnt'rchants. . . . do I) (Oil 91111 4110N
18 n Jo' Duren agent . . .merchant . . . . . .. N .a do 3 Oil 300 1710
a a
: 19 E (Soon . . rnerchant . . do 6 300
Urn . . . a a a do U 0)A I) q 50 We are headquarters for all kinds: of Seed and Eating; Potatoes and Cow Peas;
as coughing. 20 HV Hhullef4. . . rnerdlant . . . . . .. .. .. do I) 00 I) 00 4 rlfl guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want
.n. E I. Brady. Bro. . . merchant . . . . .. .4 a a do ... 6 (10 600 300" your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased. .
2.2: Carroll &Goldsmith.merehahta . . . . . .. a
? do 15111J 1500 750 Fla.
23 .lanlt'8 r'ltchard Son merchants . . . . . a MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville
There's nothing 21 J.B.Screven'\ . . . .druggist.. . . . . : . a N "a a do do 601J 000 6011 80) 3141 300( rr: We only Sell to Dealers.

25; FliChalfl'e. . . drugglst.-; ... . . ;. ... N a a do 300 3141 160
26.7 It Walker. . . . mt'rc.hant. . . . . a .a a do 8(10 300 ISO
for 27 J \Valk..r.. . . . merchant . . . . . N a a do' I 9)
I 9) (10 Oil 454)
F r. so good a 28 .Julius Kline. . . merchant . . . . . .. a a do 1000 1000 501J
211 DJ. Gauhl..n. . . lawy..r... . . . . . .. ? a do 301'' 300 150 John B. Stetson University
30 .1 I' ('()Of1C'r. . . .Ilruggillt. . . ,. . a .. a do 9(4) 0 (10 450
cough as Ayer'sCherry ::11 .1 M f'larll'prB' . . . merchant . . . . . .. N do 300 3N) 150
32:! 1V J Neshitt . . merchant . . . . .. u N a do 300 3(10) 1 r.o
33 EO JohnMolI. . . .:'t. merchant . . . . . .. a a a do 300 300 150
DELAN6
I ::1.1 J n slathers . . . merchant . . . . . .. ? a do 301J 300 150 FLORIDA.
Pectoral. 3:; 1i.J Field . . . . merl'hant. . . . . . .. a ., do. 3 Oil) 3141 1 r.oN
33 Hatch. . . . .merchant . . . . . a a a do' 300 3041 I ) 150. '
:aT A S F'ee. . . . . merchant . . . . . .. a .. do 2\(10: 251H) 12.0 k : I
38 W .TTuker. . . . running one pool table. .. .. a a .. do 60116,0 300 SIZAOeTf\RAL.I\
I 311 BKitching, . . . ml'rl'hant . . . . . .. a a' do :JOII 30CI 160 "
I 40 EO Walkc-r. . . merchant . . . . ... : .. a N do :HKI( ) ;800 1O! .
-II 8,13 yrnme8 . . merchant . . . . a'a a do 2000 20 (I() 10 Oil % ,
42 J11'rabhagent..runningtwopnnltables. . .rya 41t t t
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a a do. 3
: 30..1 Oil 150
43 . . . '
.1 iCrnhbagent.d. merchant . .. a a : do 3 IIIJ 300( 1 iiO v1-?
The cent size is just right 44 f. Jd.arlt"n. . . . merchant . . . . . .'N a .. .do 3011 30 10Ij :; ,*, J
15 ) It i)1Glhno's . . merchant . . . . . a a do 3 Oil 300 1 roIII .,
for in ordinary everyday cold. W..tht'y 'Va rlt'r. . merchants . . . . .. N a .a do .)000 10 (KI 500 .
The cent size is better for the "7. LT fanll'llt. . . . dentist . . . . . N'N la dll' 1000 000 IHI4R )
50 M Goldsmith. . . . lawyer? . . . . . ... .. .. a .f do 80CI 600 300
cough of bronchitis, croon, grip 41 S.C Dittmar. . . merchant . . . . .. .. .. .a do 10 Oil 1000 00rlfl 1\\
and hoarseness. The dollar size ) C'T McSarty..a:: N a do .0110 IIIHI 4 541:;
I I 1\1\ S Ii .Totll'lI. . . . . merchant . . . . . .. a .. 'do 3(44)( ) :3 011 I 1\0\
is the 1 best, for chronic: coughs 1\1\ henry 'Vhlpplt'. . . merchant . . . . .N. N N do 3011 30fl 150 .
IS in consumption chronic: bronchitis 1\3\ 10' E Whipple. . merrhnnt . . . . ... .. ... ., do 3143 1 noi.
:54 \frlO f. -1 F'lImphell de Co nlf'rI'11IInt.. . . . . . ? a 1000 00 I 5 10. For Doth Sexes. T:' iis Scholastic] Year: Began
asthma, etc:. .r'i Mii'rrnvis&n . trntlf'-bl'at .. . .. .. .. de 19(0( \\I) .. ro
/till S F Travis & Co . rnercltnnts. . . . . .. .. .f do : (If) 00, 21\0\ October 3rd. Ser. cl for Catalogue
57 MrMFO-lt..tlOon.: ,. .r..tn'lr"nt. . . . . . ? a o do 5; 504
:Snit! ""VanhllldlnhalJn't'rl'hallt/ . . ",. . . N a II do 34:IIKI(110 314) 150SY 150:; College Academic Nornial. Art and Music'Departments.{ Large, commodious

\ Band J.lJm'r Co merrhants . . . .. A0)
1\0 N N do :5; 00 5 0 25(1( Dormitory buildings, with, perfect sanitary arrangement: artesian water etc., insuring
FLORIDA TOBACCO. fin A 1Ilrt'w Gibson . rpMtallrllnt. . . . '. . N'N u do
-- II ( Jleeiladminbtrntorr, I merchant . . . . . N a a do 3 ro 3 (I/O) 1 5Ill perfect healthfnlneHM ; buildings: heated hv steam throughout ; faculty of 22

yfar.......r mnM Cnrlnw the Sumatra 112 \V.l Grit v ford. . . :. merchant. . . . . a N N do 300 3101 ::304)J 150 1 000l trained and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue containing information.
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and Cattail .rle..e... nJ): e A Gardner . . '".rl'llRt1t .. . . . .,. . ... .. I. do '
The Suifcoitrit. tobnrto In planted In ,AJJ.ewlll, ... . . law er. . . . . . a u do 1000'1010) 100 5001(0t !50)) Address. J. F. FORBES President.
rows four feet apart and 12 Inches 75: J U BILMt . . 'anl..1 keeper . . . . . N N II do JO (10'' )0110 \ Oil -- -.- --- .
part lu the row. It la not topped until ( "Rllbt'rtM.n . .hotI'I k.....pl'r. . . . . ... .. .. do 3 011 )01111 300( 1 .
quite late and the ft'I.1'll. liT --Hlllwrt"IJ. . . !merrhnnt. . . . . : . do 50'f HODGES.
in bloom 31HI(
6'1 C T M(. ride. . . . merchant . . : . . do 3110 H. A. ...
mid from 21 ! to 1 left the :
arc on !) H I. \totlnw.. . . selling liquor, wines and h..pr. .. N do "iJ 00' 1 Manufacture 01:
plant. This thick planting and the 111 If HOIIIJ t..acJ. . 'n..r"hant . . . . . .. .. do' 31 044 3 (((4)) 150
large number of ''leaves left on the 11 (leoMBobbins. . .Jawy..r.. : . . . . ....a ct. a a do 1000 1000,1000( 1000 //)00;30)) ) ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
talk Insure small 'leaven' of thlu tex 7t: .1 .r..nMell) . . hotel .. a do
I ture. Thu toliaeco In primed-that Is, 73VIII H Hn..h.( . . tuerrbant . . . . do 3111 3110 1/iO/ ROUOII AND DRESSEU. Orange: !tux ]lends, fruit and Vegetable: Crates.
t the leaven are gathered an they ripen. 74 .Tatrrs Andr..w8. . . . .It.l' do 833 R 33 4 IT Any one contemplating: shedding their pineapples or oranges: or building In
7 The hurveHttiig U thus prolonged and 1\:\ 1V .1 'l'llf'kl'r. . . llIwl.r.liquor, wines an.d..b.I't'r. I\ov) '. N do ':00 R :1:1: :,(s IIIO 1:.00n uj part, of Florida would do well" to write for prier\ H. The saw nilllw are locatedat
I frequently lasts from June 15 to 111( 'lIl''nn..y. . r ,Inwrr. . . . . Uet do. : 3t: 4 17 Buffalo ISluff: near PuUtka on the J., T. K. W. Ily. Lumber delivered to any
y Sept. 17 IIflIlA'MolI Broil .. . .merchants . . . . 60ft (IIIf11M p Irt of the Esmt Coast. Address: II. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla. I!
15 of the leaven lI.c., do R 33:
none liolnif taken off 8 ::13 4 17
e 78 (' ii N 1'111. . . . k..per. . . . ,. a N do :
until they show ttljfim of being, ripe 711 Simpson & (ray . Ihot..1 . . . 0 .. .. do 2\J:1: 51 1 211 -- -- -
The SumAtra tolmoco when 1 planted / IJ I' Shares' & on . hntt'l keepers . . . . N N a. 110 208:1: ;nRI: 10..2(0 BN1'A IILlall all 18MO.
{ early In the HIMINOII Is without slats tH I IV Swain ... . merl'llallt . . do :.! t 25t/ 120\
1 and makes what In known as the plain $2:! Ivy Lawson . lII.rl'hallt . . . Jail. 111011" do 2 1\1 2 !It 1 95)
"'rappl'r.VIJt'n planted lute. It slate //:1: 1\Jt'Xalr WItt'II.) lIIt'r'hlllltll . . . 1I'.b. 11-00 do 2 25 22l1a! :Bond Lumber Co
IeC 2/i1l/
freely '041 Ilarris Broil. . ? merchants. . . . . do 25n 125 ,
The Cuban tobacco Is smaller I'1' :S 11 "'..c'k. . . . hotel keeper' . . . lama a N a do )1I ?I f. 111211 0113
u plant. 8(1( If I"t'l'k. . . sf.lliugcigars I : and tobl\"l'o . a 75 ::1 7\: 1 81'1 Manufiicluiers of and Dealers In
The leaves are smaller; and only about 87. Indian JUvI'r Drug Co druggists . . . . . ct. 11) on do :360: (' :301 150
12 or IS are left on a plant. On the . . .an. 1:00: do :2! :28! 22y 114
S8 Indian River Drug Co. .druggists I . a. u a do' LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING
peninsula, expeelully at Fart Meade, a 1m J J White . .hott'l keeper . . a N N do 7 r.o 741 a 7i: ,
great deal of the tobacco land is Irrigated 1111lIs... Kate J- )'..r. . . merchant . . . a a o :2 I 21- 2 ?8 1 J4
by overhead sprays' It Is claimed 01 l S I"rosk..y . lintel kt'l'pt'r. . . . ..a a a do 111 21; 1921II\ r.'J Moulding", Turning and Scroll Sawing:; Also Veneered and Sawed: Orangeand
that tills materially hastens the maturity 02: S I'roekey) . .selling cigars and tobacco . do do 3 io; :3 I'i'1!\ 8+ Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.Saw .

of the crop, HO that It ripens In 9t: l1all"I'k W..llt' . Iwtt'lkt't'Jt'r . . . . lct Iar :3rd do JlIINI:SOIl.10N I() i 00 Planing and Shingle: Mills lit "nfls11110.: on J., T. & K.V.. n',.. Yards at
from 45 to M days from the date of III ('uupt.r.t Co . . .exhibition Mar"'l Jrd: 19W! ( !). . ill'(: 1. 1819!I. do 2C1 07 11011 2/)0/) UeLand and TltiiHvjIJe.,
211 8 7 In..3
netting out. It Is l usual to grow two or 95: W J 'l'u"kn . . running lIOn I table one table .Oc.t. do 3110( 301:J 1.i7 -- .
11II .J B Bench .It Co . . druggists/ / .. a a
three sucker crops from each planting liT .10 Frink . . . merchant : . . . . ... u .. do 3 00 3:J IN) 10' FOR r<
i allll two main crops fire planted each 4)x If J. Parker . IIlt'rl'lIl1l1t . . . . .. .. do 3JO( :30)I 150 $ 3.20..we
year spring nnd fall. The sucker crop 1111 ..r1: Orr..1. . . . merchant . . . do :3 00 A (10 1:10
Is not fit for wrappers as a rule, as It Is. 1(10( .1 '1' JllltTllltOIl. . merchant . . .:\Ial".. .. lu4A) do 1 21i 1211 112:, Sent to us by Express postnfUce order or New York Exchange. ;ve ttCJ
too strong. It makes a good, strong WI Milton &. Ret'ols.! . . .merchants . . . . ., do 1 25 1 2i: send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,
filler. 10:1: .1 F .1011111'1011.' . . . rt'staurallt . . . . ll1ly." do 125 na
The Cuban tobacco" Is harvested by 111:1: Litlawaon . . . IIlI'rl'hnnt. . . . . .Jl't JIIII..... 11o 00! do :3: 011 3(10( 1 !In FOUR FULL QUARTSOf
cutting the whole plant and lnl UI.SlulIlI . . ult'r'hllnt . . do I. 101 101 :11 \
spearingon ( lt1iC; 0) .rallllo'k ". . . ..selling cigars: and tobl\'l'o. SI'I.t"" 11)01 do 42 42: 21 the Celebrated' Seven-Year-Old
laths
or by priming or by cuttingthe 11111( M I It ,I. Pod".n. . ,dl'lItltit . . . Oet. do )0 0 101"1( I 5 Oil
stalk In sections of two leaves 1\
each. In the Irnvos Calhoun
priming
are put Pure
Into baskets and carried to the barn In 1 I. I). f.. OAUf.IO( Xt County Judge of Mid County, do certify that the rur'g'ollig I" l'orrl'l.t.Glvellunder my Rye Whiskey

covered wagons. They are then strung tlllllll alit unll'lallle,1) lit County this lOth day or October A D. 1000. ;
on strings tied to laths n finger width [INen1J D. J.. GAUL1)EN. County J u,I gp. We Mp In PLAIN PACKAGES no mark to Indicate content which wilt avoid nil com
ment.l. When you get It and text It, If It .In not satisfactory return it: at OUR KXPKN8K!: and
apart, making from 40 to 50 leaves on .. .. -- .--.. your'3.2011 be cheerfully refunile.l. This whiskey: In an goal| ...any 'A 00 gouda: In the market. I
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each lath. The laths are hung up In : at hanil and can give you QUICHKR HKI.IVERY than distant ho.,.",. We have
FKii IILOODmul SKINCUIti: been '!l2rit,5JL"lIS1rlIll1>lril.tWl''Mth.Bll"l"t I>llf"1' over l5 YEARN, and
to RES-
ss oar
well ventilated barns and allowed to When Toa Hmnn y*.r P'ICtorea.Ily !''I.". and 'Iote.!' I PoNsIRILITY! AND REFUTATION; for honest:dealing, we refer you to any merchant here or to
When low One of the Columbia university the editor of thus pal'er. ,
dry. thoroughly cured and the hanging pictures you Increase professors Aii Offer Proving Faith I I
(leaves are In (proper case or order, theyre the apparent height of the room. who hm't alarmed at the new Ulcers eating sores cancers ncrofulu, SOLOMON: & LEVI
stripped or? and tied Into bunds. Colored pictures should not be hung theory of a failure of the potash sup Itching/ skin, scabs and scales of eczt'mn. 1028{) & 1930: First Avenue,
These hand are then bulked for the In hallways or on staircases unless ply. Is reported as saying: "It 'la not aches and pain In bones, back or joint, P. O.'"Bo* No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
i sweat. 'the Cuba and Sumatra tobacco / there Is plenty of light for them. In unlikely that potash beds exist la this vphilitlo blood poison rotten !gums anal l
being kept separate.The such places strong photographs, engravings country and. that they will be found. chronic rheumatism and all obstinate, NlrnrEWe p,." Eiprmn ('hArlte. to.n points rxncheil by "SOUTHERN EXPRESS!' CO f-
bulks may be built up directly on anti drawings In black and At any rate!', the Saxony: mines. It is estimated deep-seated blood troubles are quickly Southern PANT: Init Ixoreas.'mnpam: to taints online tmnnfern. of. ,other to mid Expre."other. ronii.anlp ICxpreiu Company, we prepay only to points where
the floor or the leaves may be put Into white go best. have a supply of 10.000,000,000 ('...rt'd bv taking: a few large bottles <.( --
bins. In large entablements the temperature A picture should not be hung from tons, sufficient to last for 33 centuries ItotOtlc Blood Balm. We challenge the

and humidity of the room can one nail. The diamond Burs) formed at the present rate of production. world lIotonlo for Blood a case Balm nf will blood not dineane cure. that The o : -I: .4._ S :E3 Zl V'" N & ovo_ ..
be thoroughly regulated to secure uniform by the cord have a very discordant ef There Is scarcely any occasion for Immediate ,
and '
cures are permanent not a patchingup. 817. 31" y. Bays. JACKSONVILLE::, FLA.
progress of the fermentation.This feet Two nails and two vertical cords alarm. Is jour blood thin? !Skin pnle? All
Is done by steam pipes to warm or, what Is tar more safe pieces of Raising squabs for market as on Independent IIID down? As tired In the morning n.
the room In which there are vents for wire cordage should be used Instead of Industry disassociated from when you went to bed? Pimples? BnlU?
the escape of steam when It la desired the single cord. poultry growing U comparatively new, Swollen glands or joini? Catarrh? rut-
to make tho atmosphere more moist. Picture cord should tie1 as nl'ar'the i but said to be rapidly Increasing andIs rid breath? Eruption? Sores In mouthor
The temperature the room Is kept color of the 'wall upon which they are suggested as a pleasant and profita throat? If so, your blond Is bad.
quite high and the vapor from the put as possible, no that they may' be ble occupation for women. Blood Bnlm will make the blod. pure
and rich heal every sore, stop the aches
bulk which Is being worked over Is but little seen. When one picture Is "I wish' to go on record with the pre and pains build up the broken-dnwa
very pungent and almost overpower hung beneath another the bottom one diction that In less than :20;! years the .ndy and:invlgorates! the old and weak.
j ing. There Is a strong odor of ammo- should be hung from the one above meat of Belgian bares will be as common Botonio, Blood Balm, the only perfect v= rt
nia. which makes It difficult to breathe. and not from the top. Tims we avoid on the tables of rural people) as blond purifier made. Sold at ding: stores. I,,, .0.
The bulk Is watt"h'd't'ry closely, and multiplying the cords: which la always that of chicken Is now" says T. GrimesIn ".00 per huge bottle, Inclndlngcnmpletedirections. :
as the temperature rIses It Is torn objectionable.A The Practical Farmer. To prove our faith In Blood
down. Each hand of tobacco In takenup tool hue for willis where prints Plows are started early In Kansas for Balm a trial bottle Is Riven away to suffeiers. .

and shaken thoroughly to dry it a or photograph are to be hung is a next rt"ur'Vht'llt crop. "\Ve figure For free trial bottle address
'Blood Co. (
Balm Atlanta in. l>oD'tnefltate
little, to cool It slightly and to open tho rich yellow brown or a leather color. that It Is worth a .bushel an acre a but write at once devcilbirg
loaves so that they will not stick to- Luster to the black of the print or the week when we delay after July 1," Hid trouble,, and free personal medical ad- r ( i ir
gether. Before the sweat 'Is completed tone of the photograph Is thus Im I, a prominent farmer quoted by the New vice given. Blood Balm ((8. B. B.) cures
the bulk Is pulled down and built 'up parted. The wall paper should have York Sun. "and every harrowing given! when all else falls. Thoroughly: tested .
eight or ten times, according to the no strongly defined pattern. the field Is worth two bushels to the for :IK) years. Over 3OOO voluntary testimonials -
condition of the tobacco* says Xlllton Tbe center of, the picture, as a rule. good In the yield. So we begin! early of cures! using B. B. B. Sold bvB.
Whitney of the department of egrlcuii .houM.not be much above the level of and harrow often making the crop R. Wilson A: SOP druggists. 22Jnnetfl. .

tore who Is authority tor the foregoing the eytl.< sure and generous" -Do you filter your drinking-water- ? Four Full Quarts Delivered for $3.20.
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Professional Cards. -'- ) ---; A _&.- i=FITTING THE S'OIL. !IfB'fra 'f' :: SA I Ie Ir TA 11 ItIt ::

M. ROBBING, lor Roots or Tn ..,,-<<,....,r..bl. :
GEO. t and I'ticomfortMbl: II...... / ttif;;. [JfJJ.[ .c

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR I Figs. 1 and 2 show sugar beets grown 0 T C H

AT-LAW. W G"31ianlls under proper conditions\ and Figs. This most aggravating and tormenting of nil skin ilineiiM-s is caused by an acid condition of J11

3 and 4 show beets. grown In Improperly the blood and unless relieved through certain instrumentalities UM much
Will practice In State and United States .., of this acid poison reaches the akin" and it iNHxmiea rout and intl.iuieil! The itching and burning are
soil.
prepared These clearly Illustrate
Court. almost unbearable, especially when overheated from any cause. The aklu seem on fireftt\ \ or rest is
.
Office at TITUSVILLE FLA. that In the !growing of beets impossible, the desperate aulTerer, regardless of consequences, scratches until Miennth is exhausted

llisQ e success depends very largely upon the ," This burning itcliyig humor appear, Hoinetiiuca in little pustules, diNch'tixmg; ,i atickv Him!, which

soil preparation. One hall only to look forms crusts nnd! scales. Again the ..1dlllll dry, bard! and fissured, Itches intcuscU.' bleed aid scab. ver.
GAULDEN, This ia a painful and stubborn, form of the disease
D.L. at the illustrations from Cornell university !
} While' Eczema Tetter Kryaipel.in, Salt Rheum and many like troubles are spoken of as diseases of
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, experiment station bulletin No. the skin, they are really blood! diseases, Ix-cause

It M a well-known' fact that Lydia
Will nraotloe In all the Courts of the State
E. Flnkhara'a THERE CAN BE NO EXTERNAL IRRITATION
01 Florida. and the United States Courts. Vegetable Compound

1.U Box, 83*, TITU8V1LLK, FLA. has cured more women than any other
remedy. H therefore must be the : a WITHOUT AN INTERNAL CAUSE.
Money to Loan
18 best possible medicine for female ills.
Hut some women make the mistakeof ? If the blood Is in a pure, healthy condition, no poisonou* elements can reach the Ilk In.Ihr.tt'rllnl .

GOLDSMITH, thinking that they will some k applications! of washes, lotions ami Halves' IIOUtl'limt'Iluti ale the itching and soothe the
M. thing else, simply because" it try Is new. inflammation, but cannot reach the dioeaae.. Only S S. S., the real blots tl! medicine, can do\ thinS

That mistake is often a fatal one- i S S. the only purely vegetable remedy known is a safe and permanent cure for Kcicmn and all deep-seated 1 blood Amid

1"l'0HNEY-A'r.LA, fatal to the health aud happiness of skin trouble's. It goes direct to the Heat of the disease, neutralizes the acids and cleansethe' blast. re-itiforees and invigoratesall
the experimenter. the organs, and. thus clears the system of all impurities through the natural channels ; the skin relieved indunuuatioii..

TiTU8vn.iK:, FLORIDA. Is it not foolish\. to risk the possible subsides. and all signs) of the disease 'disappear.Mm .

results of such experiments: ? Is It not Lere51 lioffmln of Caitllnnton,Ohio,aavaah .......flllcteil with acrofulraiii anrea ami Kcwma 1
better to medicine I from Mrth tier face at limta became MI. twttly awotlrn thai she wn* cot ......lfnl......*, end tier llmlw I \
J. WEBB depend iv
F. upon ; end ".",1. were very K>rc. She wee trcnlc which has been tried successfully'\ for I her rorarchrK fur relief, wan told "'y."old ttlivulrlan. In Inks H a. H. She ollnwrtl his a>lvir\ end l wan S S
thirty years and which has never L promptly cured and haut never hail a etui"u of tho illnraxe. This wa .evruiecit.run oKn. She uliurrelvhrlipvVn
ATTOUXEY-AT-LAW, been found wanting? Do not therefore Btic wonlil..have" Iron In her grave' years ego hut fur S. S. Moo and ailila,, whet It ties done for m.ItwtUdolur..lh..r. .

Will\ practice In the Courts of the 7th let any one persuude.\ou; to try something -
Circuit. Taxes paid for nonresidentsand which they say is just UK (rood. Semi for our book on Blood and Skin f)i senses' and write our pit vaicinu*fully about vour

rents and accounts collected. It cannot be just us /pood. :Mrs. rnk-! case'they will cheerfully give any informntton or advice wanted.Ve make no charge for this. Address SwlK. Sp.clflo Co.. Atlanta,fis.
ham'a Compound Is the best, and there -. ..
TITUSVILI.K r __ _. __
FKOIUDA. be --'-'-"
can only one best. This is not a 1

mere assertion, but is a. positive fact "": N' fJ.bANn '
PENNEY admitted by bun l'edd of regular v Rz, T .
-
A.D. physicians. II >.-:-::: :
>> HOPE' !
l dy on your own common sense, TOO MUCH OUT? GR<)uorD-AIJ IT OUGHT TO 1" ( ,,t '

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, and Mrs. I'inkhnm's life-long experience GROW. aeCHERRY _1 O. .:...- \J'
:
f' : "t
TITUSVILLE and yon will make no' mistake. 143 to see which beets were made l.'Omfortuble I U p ,
FLOIUDA. Don't experiment with health ]; 4is
,
but take your and! which were cramped -- -- Victim* mnllfrnnnt Blood Poison and Bcro*
Will a medicine that yon knew is -- --- ---- -'-
In )
practice all the courts of the 7th and ) that fula were formerly looked a* lost.
good and is l>tu-Ue Judicial: Circuit these, Mrst throw feeders CULTURE. Fearful of contagion, their friends denied
to 1'inkhuiu : to out or fingers \ ,
them companionship nnd medical Ignorance
Ovarian Tratikfes aud tors. a Note on Itr.lrnhle Varieties and denied them hope. Their life wan worse
Always
A. MORGAN, Fleshy rapid growing roots, as the 11..1' t.. Cirow Them than death and their only relief the

FREDERICK YIsU to Lydia E. Plnchalll's beet or tubers: as the potato, In orderto Sow Hint cherry culture seems to horeceiving If rave. Many mich cases were Bpecially

REAL ESTATE AND 'INSURANCE, VetjotaSiSo Com- expand und grow naturally In the amore !gcnrrul iitti-utlou ncoinuioii wad from the fact that the BtifTerers con
ground must have the soil BO mellow tracted disease by accident or heredity'
Notary Public.( pound."I and loose that In growing they will Dot nod hard qut'sllon Is, "" hutIIrl' / and through no fault of their own.

be crowded out. I In the case of the the best vlu-Ietiosl" Professor Modern civilization looks with ayenpapthetie
Collections, Typewriting, Stenography. ]had been In poor health for
beets with the prongs the subsoil had Wnugh of Vermont roiiuirks In Ills lust consideration upon nil cast: of blood
twentyyears having inflammation of
TITDSVILMJ:, FLA. ovaries loosened that the horticultural that usually It Is poisoning, and medical science, after rop-
and womb trouble. Althuugh not been properly so report! \ lag for centuries In darkness, haa finally!

treated by physicians, I could not gnin roots could develop In It, and) as growth ImpoHKlMo to give a direct imswi'r. evolved a cure. Despair vanishes like an evil

GEO, A. WO U LEY, strength nor do my work, and was BO progressed feeding roots were thrown However. ProfessorViiugli gives' a 1 spirit. Hope shines forth like m. glorious
low-spirited and tired of life. A friend
out In the directions of least resistance unrlae.
meinornntluni. of )his! own uvraoiuil opinIon -
advised >
to take 1';. 1 lnk.ham's
me
A TTORXEY-A T-LA W. Lydia and the result Is a monstrosity.It .
Vegetable Compound.: The first :
General practice In State and Federal bottle strengthened me, and I wrote has been found that a plant will "Perhaps\ two kinds of Hour cherriesare P. P. P.Irlppmsn's
Courts. All business entrusted will send out feeding roots In the directionof .
to you. After taking six bottles van"say' enough for the ordinary farm. If 1

receive prompt attention. that I am well and can even do my own the most available plant food. they art', :Moivllo and Mont inortniry may ( Great Remedy.) *

General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate, .lhlng-\lul4: M. W. MII.I.KK, No. Where fertilizer was applied to beetsas IH ri'coinnu'iidfd! If a third variety

Miami. 1033 Canal Street, New Orleans, La. a top dressing a large per cent of were grown, KruxHclcr Ilrnun Is the ThU sovereign Specific cures all forms of

MIAMI FLORIOA.T For three years I suffered with the crop was 111 shaped. The sugar best of those which we have HPCU. Blood Poisoning In both men and women.p. .

ovarian trouble having inflammation beet requires for proper growth a deep Next we would 1 choose \VwKti and Hensaroblnn. P. P. la a permanent cure for Rheumatism.

T JAMES ANDREWS, and an abscess on right ovary. Had mellow well drained soil If these Then follow rU-lintteu Amarelle p. P. P. la the only logical treatment for

such pain in my back and head and at conditions are not present naturally Orlotte du Nord and intent Ama Catarrh and the only remedy for Catarrh in

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. times was unable to walk. Hud several they must be produced artificially by advanced tages.

Main office and P. O., TIDIIALS, FLA. doctors, but they did not do me those who would succeed In growing relle. P. P. P. cure genera" In all its manifold
much good. One doctor said that I A* to culture, ProfessorVnnKh/ advises forma and la. a tonic superior to all
Office open at Ft. Pierce on lend and 4th beets for the factory.
would have to have an operation and : sarsaparillas.
Fridays of each month.Notary What Is true of the crop Just mentioned all One dollar bottle.
have' the ovary removed. 1 became Boll.-The cherry tree rwitilres a dry Sold by druggists. a
Publio State at Large. discouraged and gave up all hopes of Is true to a greater or less extent noil. It will grow on poor rocky or Six bottles for five dollar.

getting well. I began taking Lydia of all farm crops. Certain conditions thin noils and without much plant food, -
E. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound. are required to make the plants thrive land. Of \: LIPPMAN BROTHERS
OTEPUEN E. FOSTER, but It will not on wet ,
I wrote to Mrs. Pinkhamand followedher comfortable and these conditions \
vary J
course It In not at Its best on poor dolls i, PROPRIETORS,
directions faithfully, and am better '
different/
with
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, than 1 have been for three yean In potato culture crops.one question whichIs and like other plants will rerun. hft- Lippman Block Savannah, Oa.
ten treatment but It should never be
Rooms 420 and 42.:! Gardner Building, I have taken ten bottles, and m' asked more thnn all others! combinedIs.
friends are surprised at my rapid Improvement. heavily fed.Cultivationtnmist. o
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ."-MBH. \V. 11. \V"LTItIUICold "What makes the potatoes grow out ru cherry trees

Spring Harbor, L. I., N.Y. of the ground?" We are Informed that should 1 be act 12 to 21)) tot apart| / tlo- 'The Nation'sT.'M

SAMUEL T. SHAYLDII Goii os R. HHOO.MB.CIIAYLOR : the potatoes must be hilled In order to pending on the varieties. Fifteen feet "San Mateo"

A BRoom!: Suppressed and Painful keep the tubers from becoming unbirned. Uest

Periods Cured by LydIa A rapidly growing: tuber must Cigar.
have a mellow soil on oil sides In
ATTORNEYSATLAW.Will E. Pinkham's
Vogotablo which to expand If It Is to expand uni- sill

practice In all the Courts of the Compound."I formly. If the lower side of the potato

State. Office In Law Exchange rests. upon hnrdpnn or upon soil J"Ieu.ieln.
Hallow and
was thin nervous. I
which-has not been well fitted. It must
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. had not had my im-nm-s fort' over a di Why buy Imported rlgaia, mode from lipnvy tiuplcnl toll C'to! doctored with
In upward
of expand an
necessity
year and a half. Doctored with several rection. opium and other drugs when you can have the .JUIIB' Plotldit, loaf at a flvu-ueut!
W. CRAVEN physicians in town and one specialist,
'
f but did not get any better. I finally The plow If properly, used la the most pi Ice?

decided to try your medicine and effective weapon of the farmer In reducing
DENTIST. FREE BY MAIL TO ANY
wrote After I had taken the soil to a state of subjection.It ) Boxof 2.1. .i.oo
bottles }
?Castle Hall, 111 West Forsyth Street. three of Lydia. E. Pinkham's destroys undesirable plants. It aer- ADDRESS.....j JlolL'orr.o. . . ..1.7
Vegetable Compound and three of

JACKSONVILLE, FLOIIIDA Blood Purifier, menses returned :!3lV : ::
well Ow
and I feel as and strong as I _

ever did, and am gaining flesh."-Mine

GEORGE W. ALLEN, LENA GAINES, Visalia, Tulare.. Co., Cal. SAN MATED, FLA.: .

---- .. ... .
"Before ---- -- -- -- -
the Compound
ATTORNEY- taking Vegetable -
1 was troubled with irregular IIKHSAOAIIIAft 1 CHKIinV.On .
The Largest and Most Complete
KEV WEST, FLORIDA. menstruation and suffered great ( of the, l brit KuMlmt ...1.11.>>! chararfrIwcl

Will practice In the United States agony.! My physician gave me morphine by 1 lla ..>mparatlv..ly abort tum; fruit liirit*. Establishment South.
and State Courts. OjunOSO. : and I remained in bed. I doe- rk.rmli, quality ..ci>ll nt.|

tored eight years and got no relief and i Is a milV dlHtance for common l varieties! GEO. S, HACKER & SON '
the doctors told there reltaf ,
me was no on ordinary< sulls. Mnrcllos( on strung
O. FRIES, C. E. for trouble. 1 tried Lydia
Finally ,
T my foils .uliotild have :"M fe t. Cherries
)K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
hi In sod and will do eoinporntlvcly I.I I.
grown
SURVEYOR. may
COUNTY
While taking! the first bottle 1 felt I
Land legally; surveyed and snb- llvtdt>d. that I was improving. I have taken lietter In sin.']! circumstances
,
:Mapping; neatly done. Estimates for seven or eight bottles and never had than api>lt' ? e YlJloM

all kinds of engineering works. Disputed anything to do me so much good.! I'MIllIIlIf.-lIc'rrlt'1I! need very little M I

lines a specialty. Every month my troubles have grown prunlntc. Some mnull effort/ I Is required >drtM
less and less and now at this time I during the first few yearn to secure r
TITUSVIUR!:, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. ELLA' Ko. SS I
cured.
am --' IJUINSET, trees of the beat form. hut such cutting V

Stage Street, llaverhlll. Mass. ao tn not required In shaping/ the heads l : I
P.
BURNIIAM, M.
N.S. Baokaoho and V/omis may usually bv dispensed with a I.I. I
IIardlness.-1'rac-tlcnlly all the sour
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, Troubles Succumb to cherries are hardy enough for any nit- I.I I "

Ear, Nose and Throat. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- 1 uatlon In yenuont. Vladimir and I

table Compound. Scbatten Amnrollo ore recommended MANUFACTURERS OF I:

WKST: PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.If to very timid, DlflnttTH.
I have been for ten years an la- DIItIIIf and; Insert*.-The enemies Doors Sash Blinds .

you are In search of bargains, valid with female weakness, and the with which the, cherry grower has to "

read, the ADVOCATE: columns carefully. torture and pain I suffered no tongue contend In thin country are! (a) black Moulding & Building Material I
can tell. I never spent one week In For catalogue and price addrnssB.W.JEROME :
the ten that I was free from knot. (hi> brown rot of the fruit (c) curcullo ;
years "
"}IOW' TO DO BUSINESS pain. My trouble was inflammationand and (d.. birds. The one safe and Office Wurrrooms King, opposite "I! ,

congestion of womb. When 1 RESULT:! or TSANSPLANTlNO-aESULT! or practicable prttl'c") Ion,lIltalllllt/ curcullo Cannon: Street.Clulrleston .
HARD KCBKOIL. KocJcledjje, (Kla., Agt., for Drevanl( Co. I
OR THB commenced to take your remedy I had ant birds in; to grow cherries enoughfor S. C. l'

in Retail Merchandising been bedfast for some time under the tea the soil. It presents new surfacesfor them and for the family or market Agent forEast "

Secretor! Success treatment of two of our best physicians the roots of plants to teed upon. Bv besides.. IJInck: knot Is seldom troublesome Count for the lobe Gat Engines; Sash Weights Cord and ,('

-By OEO. N McLEAX.lnU. .- without receiving any benefit pulverizing the soil It Increase Its but has been very serious the !
Most CIJIDI'rehen8tve P..tlcal and Vain- You can Imagine the benefit I derived
It enable
able rreath.a on 1IIl.ln., and How to IIncee_ from Lydia E. Pinkham's Vega- moisture holding capacity. past year or two. The fruit rot Is not 60 YEARS'

fully A text tat It hook. ever or publl..bod.practical hints, rules. and e1(. table Compound when I tell you that I thy plant roots to come Into Intimate)In other likely to do great damage In thin state. EXPERIENCE Hardware :
soil
with the particles.
alOlI..a of ouch rare value that everyone matter have gained forty pounds and am wella contact Picking Slarketlng. Etc.-Cherries i
how old experienced, cannot but derivealeolute thing I never dared to e words It tends to produce conditions should be picked with the stems on. Window and Fancy alas +;

to the and young positive novice value It from la a Ita band tewhinirs-e "book anti Ma C. E. FOLAKD, Monett pect.-I which 4vIH make the! plant com- If they arc for market this Is Impera A SPECIALTY. 1

treasure of Indispensable value. number of fortable.-L. A. Clinton In Uural New tlve.'ben the fruit rot Is bad. It Is t
: Wanted. Full "For a years
xe Orand Chapter. Agents .
Agent "lnt. ineludlnnthe. : fi book. on receipt" troubled with backache and leueor- Torker. necessary to attend very closely to the
of '1. Book sells 10 every. o ekeeper, la alllinen. rhoea. I became so weak and miserable picking for the cherries rot with astonishing -
.. .
of \1. AIdremJEYFERSONJACKSON Jur.orr I..p..tI. Ofcl
$ TRAOe Macau
1'ontpaii "n receipt
that I could not attend to mywork rapidity when they are once
effort Ohio now has a law Intended to prevent OcaosaCoryclosTs, FERRYSSEEDS ;
315 Dearborn atreet Chicago. Ill or studies. The least Introduction and spread of ripe. They should be picked. All soon Ac.
me. Physicians tbe
would completelyexhauat a. U consistent" with good quality and Anvnne..ndlne a.kMtfh and' dwwjrtptl/m mar
::;gAs an advertising medium, no failed to help me. I felt that my Ran! Jose scale and other Insects and the picking should be done when than I".t.n..rtalra prfihihlr.m,BaMntabl flnl-n, frM f whMhor.".."'...." -an
paper on the East Coast can beat the youth waa blighted, and the life beforeme diseases Injurious to trees, shrubs.fruits and tIe, fruit Is dry. IMm.Mrlotlr' onnn, ,_,tbd. IUiwlhook on l'*>."t.
ADVOCATE. Give us a trial. advt., would be one of suffering and etc. The law provides for aD i shines O_,t Iraw 1 = .M.nor fur.snurmY. yasnu.
tbr Munn A Co. rvoolrer
under Patent t i >ni h
cherries to market
and be convinced of the pink pnper'worth. misery. Then a friend Insisted on me annual Inspection of every nursery In In Mending prro "' ''..., witbout' .... >..la the I,
medicine. Before I had present conditions In Vermont the common Tbolwndaorgard.s.
taking your relieved. the state and forbids the transportation boles used for strawberries Scientific Jlm rl\an. ...."....n40. J'errJ"'._ '
bottle I greatly
used one was quart .
.
sale within the state of nnlnpected .ry ytwr amt Mr.r wlhr
known a well day for four or Cll..rri.ought to be plentyenough lln' .fr... l wsstlI.ra.t I Mr..n4thm .
: I had not are best. A hanrt.oin.l dIMp Olntm.... Cheep ..ulalI.W -
Marriage Paper.'u ... than I have nursery stock whether! grown of an? ..onuen ; Tsrm. et a '
... artw' years.but now I feel better so that they could be sold by ,-srtf.strmontka/L. Su ti"byalln.wadeal: ; n.. W bane lea.DOt pe le.crops.
tu'
rtl
of ra Nan
a state.
Tb JI from. Wealthy patron. latroda Illu since a child and It la all doe to Lydia within or longer carry on their the peck.trbink of ,selling potato or: MUNN & Co "New York rurrtiA.ei.tWr. b pal., ;'.IIt'a.::' ', :", '
no
.n41'.nal. wad. Compound can !
Urn Formal E. Pinkham'Vegetable erymen the quart! The fact Is there {TmJiroa ...r.r.. .ad elaeye worts II.
free...Ied..... _pie eopr 20.. Miss MoLT B. STIVMSOJI Alliance, 0. boalntM In Ohio without a certificate pple by asses r it Wa.hlo.iuo. U Always IC._.. I1uds.N Annual.e." ..
SOCIAL".ERICAN.T.led..Ohl. from tbe experiment station at Woo. are not one-tenth as many cherries -- -.." I. M. nn a. .... '''1011.tIIC"

beat Mal..I1QtAerootNewap.pen-; Mrs. Pinkham has Fifty trr which hat charge of this Inspection grown In Vermont .s the market dVmanda. : Please mention the ADVOCATE wheo"rltlog

Big such Letters. advertisers.,
Thousand work.
and u"Bta-:; .ape.. 4 M'l' :;r SI.Ise.ter Tol.da-M t.r'rated. ) aEAST



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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 19, 1900.
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I


EAST COAST ADVOCATE. CAPITAL-REMOVAL. .THE COOPER & McKEE REFRIGERATORS. This is to Merchants

In a little over two weeks the
And Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.We .
A WBBKLY JOURHiL DBVOTBO TO 1'8. DBTXIOFHSlfT question as to where the State
Or Tat in>lA. MtVER. LAZE capital shall be located will be decided The only first-class ice
WOBTH A.D BUK>AT.B BAT HOTIOXS.
by the people at the ballot chests and.re rigeratorlf on do a strictly wholesale business. Our prices are right as we study
box. The Florida press is now
PUBLISHED EVERY FBIDAT.Address ;Rr q received. We know what In-
We fill orders the day they are
them.
thoroughly alive to the situation, the market, with all the
all communication tous'r and many pros and cons have been dian River Merchants need, and carry just such a stock. Our travelingmen
ADVOCATE.TIW.VILLB. ;
COAST latest a
FLORIDA. expressed by its various editors as Improvements. visit the Indian River territory every month. We are liberal In

to the practicability or Impracticability our dealings. We quote prices and send samples. Try us when In
the capital from
of moving
1 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. other CHARCOAL SHEATIIIXO need of goods. We can and will please you.
, Tallahassee to some point.
, When this movement was in its incipiency LINES.


!}I WILLIAM. For NATIONAL.JENNINGS'I'r: !' lrlent: BRYAN, sonville as we the were only favorable accessible to Jack-and l GALVANIZED JRQX :Benedict, Follak & Co.

' of Nebra ka.J all round convenient location for SDELVEfAYDIYSIIJE M A v, .
I' For Vice-President, : the capital, and all the arguments; ""' ;Jlr ''l tQt JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

I ADLAI E. STEVENSON, to the contrary have strengthened LINEINO. -- ------ on _- n_ -' ---".TTIDE ---------
of Illlooli.Tor ,. l..ns.. Several weeks
t our first Impre DOUBLE DOORS ON"l'oi 4nT -L
: Prenldentlal Elector: ago we asked that some sensible SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
S. J. IIILBURN of Putnam.
1 JOHN H. BEARD of Eitcambla reason be given why the capital '. LOCK ON LOWER n

W. II. ELLIS: of Gadmlet. should not be moved from far off fd I' i

:M. L. WILLIAMS, of DeSoto. Tallahassee to some point more DOORS. Wood Goal Coke Brick Lime Cement
convenient to the majority of the ,

CONCJNKSB1ONA.L., people, but the reason has not yet WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICE LIST.We -'S..-

For Congress,2nd-Congressional District: been given. It is true some have also a complete-- '.- Vitrified Brick
-
carry Paving. and Sidewalk
ROBERT W. DAVIS: attempted to give what seemed to .....

them a sensible reason, but when Odorless r
Line of the Celebrated Refrigerators.
/STATE TICKET. examined was found to be either Offices foot of Ilogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 282.
sentiment or misstatement of facts.
For Governor: Is that Tallahassee J. K. JIUNNERLYN, General ManaRer.MeMurray .
One called line.FURNITURE .
VM. S. JEXXINGS. so argument Write us for prices on anything In our

is beautiful and has always _.__ _
Court
For Justice of Supreme : U.
I FRANCIS B. CARTER.For been the capital of Florida. E. F o L.A..I.it : .9

Secretary of State: Perhaps we are illogical, or incapable -
, JOHN L. CRAWFORD. of sentiment, but we must confess CARPETS, MATTING and HOUSE FURNISHINGS, & Baker
,
For Attorney-General: the above proposition baa fail '
I W. B. LAMAR. ed to strike a responsive chord in J noh.scn:1: : I :: : V'1.J.J.c. :J:. Wn.rThFreb .

:For Comptroller: our unawakened souls; consequently 22O and 222 East Bay Mohawk Block.: Jacksonville, Fla.

I W. II. REYNOLDS. leave that for nurse i a: '
we argument

1 i for' State JAMES Treasurer II. W: ITFIELD.ror ?,. with The which next stunning to amuse the argumentis children. ; ; :' Headquarters for-

Material Vehicles Harness
: Supt of Public Instruction: ] : Wagon Bicycles
W. N. 8IIEATS. generally put thusly; Jackson Academy ,
J
:For ComtniMloner of Agriculture: ville is greedy and the movement and Sundries.
B. E. McLIN. is purely selfish and political. For
Tor Railroad CommUitloner: : the sake of argument we, will ad- I A Modern High School and Boarding School I II "
"KELL RUBBER TIRES wheels
SOLID
put on
JOHN L. DIORGAN.SENATORIAL. mit the proposition. What then ? t JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. you

Does it make Jacksonville any less atshort notice.
Apply for catalogue to
accessible? What do we care about .I', I '. _.
-- -- - -
For Senator, 13th Senatorial District: the motive, so the State is benefit- 3PxtO37 JT. oar. $:: ; :auipj Jijaisn.: : ,

E. N. DIMICK. ted? Shall we cease all public efforts PRINCIPAL. ",VI

I I. because of a possible selfish 'e> e* a Qa; 3--C :;....o.c HARDWARE.Doors

COUNTY TICKET or political motive behind them? .__.____ - ___.___ _._ _u __ _____ __ __ _u__ ---no .
Come friend You are simply dodging .. -- .
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For Representative: What has the
I K., B. RAULERSOX, character the question.of Jacksonville and Its Why Poison Yourself With Quinine?' Sash and Blinds, Paints, Oils,

For County A.Judge D. :PENNEY people to do with this problem? It h bad for your
Personally we do not care whether \
I For Clerk Circuit Court: f CHILL & FEVER TONIC Glass and Ammunition.
Cutlery ..
A. A. (STEWART, their movement la selfish' or poltti- ,

For Tax: Collector: Ical, for that has nothing to do with U a hundred times better unit does In a sln (le day that which .Blow mid uiiuer

E. W. HALL, the matter under consideration. .tnln<> that quinine they do. s. ;:N"X> cSL 1:: CC>.
For Tax: Assessor: The only questions are, shall the In Rimy; QUlllllulnk.t'.n'I.....t tea day*. It cure olmUuute cases.. of ever
''i I J. F. WOOTEN, capital be moved from Tallthassee? that quinine, never cures. 122 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE::; ; FLA.

For Sheriff: and if so, where shall it be located? It Costs COc. If It Cures; Not One Cent if It'' oes Not.
S I J. P. DROWN,
these
When from
' people get away
l' For Superintendent Public Instruction: points, and commence to question NOTHING ELSE NEEDED IN FEVEKS. HAMMOND PACKING CO.
R. K. )1 MS,
For Treasurer: ing the motives of men or the char- A. 0. CIRARDEAU, SAVANNAH CA. (Formerly'The G. II. Hammond Co.)
acter of our citizens It is a sure .. ---- -
I F. II. DOVE, 1.- -- ---- ;;;;. OUR SPECIALTIES

For Prosecuting Attorney: sign they have no valid argumentsto -.-------- ----. -- .. .- _.- :
J. E. ANDUEWS. give the people. But their as- FARMERS'INSTITUTES. I i ; "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon

r II For County Surveyor: : peratlons against Jacksonville, and ---Barber"Sbops "Coin Special" canned meats.

i 1(, J. O. FKIE3. the gentlemen who are at the head Mr. J. E, Ingrnham, of the land de- "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.
H, of this important movement, will partment of the P'. E. C. Ry., has arranged Artistic Hair Cutting, Shaving,
}p the Lake City Agricultural Shampooing etc., PoictO.ttn!: Oath Tubs. "Calumet" leaf lard.
thrpiiKh
t BRYAN and Rnosevelt have set a find no lodgment in the minds of ,
to hold a soiled of farmer Institutes Everything up-to-date at reasonable\ rates.I. .
College, Homemade
lard.
hot for future presidential sincere Of self Interest pure
'i pace men. course along the Bust. Const during October II. COLEMAN, Pioprletor.
s aspirants. Hereafter the people plays some part in the program.No and the dates and places fixed areas 11: Main street, Jacksonville, Fla. "Peerless" compound lard sausagesand

1 will, very likely, deinnnd l the can one but'a dolt would deny it. follows: all racking House Products. Florida Brunch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

III f didutes to address them on national Jacksonville is interested in gettingthe :MIami 20 22 Have you Your Hotel registered< In the .
" t Issues. There are few men who Talluhasso Is Tltiuville, -
capital just aa 23:
Daytona, International Hotel and Ton 1st Bureau
1: t can stand the strain of a political interested in keeping it. But.that I'rof. Stockbrldge will be in charge: of ,
,s cannes Ilke-that which the democratic either city is governed by base or the Institutes, and other members of the of Boston? WILLIAM! CLARKE SANITPLU? BER.

'I' presidential nominee and the improper motives we utterly disbe faculty will be present to aid in giving If not, Attend to It at once, and send a ....

republican vice-presidential nominee lieve. In another Iscue we will Information and answering quelltlon8.ANNOUNCEMENTS. package of your circulars to be distributed. -
Fine Gas Fixtures Plumber
and Gas
Fitter, Roofing, Sheet
Also
are making. take up the questions of taxation,
I and the necessity of a new capitol Place your advertisement In the Iron Work, Pumps and Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs, Water Closets -

Mr. HENKY: M. Flakier, the great building. Until then, au revoir. All political( announcements under this BOSTON HOME JOURNAL, and Wash Stands. Copper vessels of all kinds and

developer of the East Coast, is nowa heading will be charged for at the uniform descriptions re-tinned.
full fledged citizen of Florida. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS rate of f.1: each, strictly advance. through which this Bureau conducted.

Ills home will be at Pulm Beach Write for. full particulars. 37 St.
where he has registered and will (continued from 8th page.) FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.The W. WALLACE WAUGII, Manajrer. Forsyth Jacksonville, Florida,

f. hereafter vote. We welcome Mr. W. L. IluKblett was chairman and A. M.! undersigned would respectfully 147 Summer street Boston, Mass.

Flagler to the State of Florida, and Sample, secretary, and certified to by' ink the support of the Democratic
he live the Secretary of State, the following voters of the county, at the next election Invested In our Contracts
sincerely hope may long persons were nominated to have their on November II I, 1HX! ), for the office $130 payable f 1.2.1: per .PLUMBING. .
amongst the people whom he has so names placed on the election ticket, to of County Commissioner for Commis week for 104 $$240 .
.
frequently aided in times of finan be voted for at the election to be heldon sioner's district No. 1. weeks, will return to you C3T: .
cial November 0, UMiO) : Very respectfully
depression., This Is what some of our Contract -
For the House of Representatives J.MEU>EL.

I II Raulerson. Holders Say: Steam Gas and Hot Water Fittings, Tin Sheet Iron
IN little over two weeks the na. Clerk of Circuit Court-A A Stewart.
a FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Jacksonville,Fla., Sept 21, 1900.
tlonal election willake place. We County Judge-A D Penney. I hereby announce myself as a candidate M.J.Silleh.llr" city.IVar and Copper Smithing. .
feel safe in predicting that some Sheriff-J P Brown.Superintendent for County Commissioner for the Sir.-With pleamire. I acknowledge your
of Public Instruction company'*check lr_:II.',covering full amountof
will be elected President and ;3rd District, and respectfully: ask: the Dlnmonit Estimates
one -It K Mlms. my Contract 1 HID fflail to Indorse furnished on application to of
the Democratic Voters of and biuine any part Florida.
support\ of the company's promptness
that Is as far as we will allow our County Surveyor-J 0 Fries. Brevard County at the primary to be management which Inmirea their Kucrma Upon
Politics Prosecuting Attornov-J E Andrews lnve.clKUIon I rind that all contrarta uaiilSriimptlr.
prophecy to extend. are : :
Tax: Assessor-J Wooten. held on Nov. 0, I'V.\ ) I am Informeil that the mutual Kl- IIOOIiIrR: : coo LXG-EITBODY":: : :
something we do not understand II..Sn.RI'E. Is thnntrunnent Company' It* kind
Collector-E W Hall.
Tax In America. More contract ia what I want. 15 to 28 South Main street
sufficiently well to guarantee us in Treasurer 11 Boye. With bent wishes, I am,
making the sweeping declarations Member of Board of Public Instruction I, FOIL COUNTY COMSIISSIONER. Yonrerespectfully. ORO. D. B.BKixniKR JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.hesrnJefryj.
J M Dixon: R N Andrews' C P candi :Mr.| Collection Pops,Clettveland P. Co. .
that some of our more enthusiastic 1 hereby announce myself as a -
friends have made. Platt date for County Commissioner for District TINTSCK COMPRESSING COMPANY.JiCkivonTjlle .
Justice of the peace, I III district-GW No. S, Brevard county, subject to ,Fla.,Sept.21,1000.
Schuyler; 2nd dl.trlot-H R Wilson; the Democratic primaries to be held on M.J. align.:MKT.Mutual Fidelity Co.,city t
IT is deplorable, yet true, that a 8th district-B Fllardesty; Oth district November! 0, 11HH() )). )tear Sir:-1 am In receipt of yonr Com eny's
-0 F Conkllng. J. N. 'V ALLER. check for fJ: .> cancelling my Uumnnil Contract .
large per cent of men can not tol with them. Thanking you for your
The Hoard fixed the election ticket
up ***, and I cheerfully. recommend yonr The old established Watch and
erate prosperity in others. Thisis had! them printed and placed In the dif- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.At rnmiptut' to anyone who wishes a profitable Inveatment. Jewelry business, THE GOLDEN
plainly shown! in the capital removal ferent ballot boxes, according,: to law, .. 1 am yours very truly, ALIOATOU. lias removed from the old stand, 5 West Bay street
the solicitation of my friends, I M autos Bnow*,Snpt.
and ready for the sheriff to distribute to
matter. Envious people are to 417 West
the various precincts. announce myself as a candidate for While our contracts mature at 104 weeksat Bay street, on the lIamesid.. of the. street, in the
attacking Jacksonville for no other county commissioner of the lilt district, the investor of 85 traveler's
There bring no further business, the a profit to per cent. Hotel block. Established In 1873./ : Addre8s..LO""CTJS
reason than that they fear a new Hoard adjourned to meet again on and respectfully ask the support of the ,Our Company reserves the right to call ,

capitol building in Jacksonville October 27, In special session accordingto Democratic voteis of Brevard county. I in any or all contracts at expiration: of -. : : I.: STEPI-3EN'S--': : :
might bring prosperity to that city.Is Section ID, Election Laws of Florida. CHA*. II.NAVMAN.FOU to, (10 or 80 weeks, and pay GO per cent.
417 WEST BAY STREET .
The Company estimates It will be at JACKSONVILLE FLA.
not the Morning News in opposing totbeel the Grave.A STATES ATTORNEY.I least: years before any contracts go be- ,
Jacksonville actuated ? 40 week -- -- --
by envy I yond the redemption period;
I 'candidate
startlinginehdentof which Mr. John hereby announce myself therefore, would into the Company ,
If not should it ? you pay
why care
Oliver, of Philadelphia was the subject for States Attorney of the Seventh Judi- $.1.2per: week for 40 weeks: Total WATCHES
Is narrated by him as follows: "i was cial Circuit of Florida and respectfully paid $. O.ou and draw out $.'<<) W, leavinga CLOCKS
THE allies are still warring with In a most dreadful condition. My skin request the support of the Democraticvoters profit of $30.00 on a $;;0.00 Investment.We ,
the with was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue of the Circuit fur the place, at the will sell from one to twenty contracts
the Chinese Chinese
or coated, pain continually in back and primaty to be held on Nov. U, IfXX) ). and Diamonds
receive
to one not Jewelry
them it whom the any person ,
not
matters JAMES D. BEOOS.
aggressors sides, no appetite-gradually growing,: over 4 weeks payment in advance at any ,
I are to the facts are report. weaker day by day. Three physicians one time. '
e
ed ; and a stubborn tight is likelyto had given me up. Fortunately a friend FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY.At o Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Presents,
advised trying,: Electric Hitters and to For full particulars call on or address, Waltharn Watches, etc.
take at an early day. The
place
my great joy and surprise, the first bottle the solicitation of many friends MUTUAL FIDELITY CO.
acrobatic performances of China'sgovernment made a decided Improvement. I con- throughout the Circuit I announce my-
4 keeps us constantly tinued their use for three weeks, and self a candidate for State's Attorney of Room 8, Park Building FlU WATCH and JEWELRY REP11RUG

guessing. Sometimes it I is on the am now a well man. I know they saved the Seventh Judicial Circuit of 'Florida, Jacksonville, Fla. A

eve of signing a treaty of peace, my victim.life", and No robbed one should the grave fall to of try another' them. the and Democrats respectfully of request the Circuit tie at support the primary of- Good salesmen wanted In every town. Watch inspector tor Plant System and also for Jacksonville SPECIALTY.&. Southwestern E'y.

and then again it take. to the warpath Only SOcts? guaranteed, at B. K. Wilson election ordered for November 6th, J3T Weekly collections made through Spectacles and Eyeglasses.; Charges paid one way. R. J. RILES,
with renewed Son's 1000. Joiix C. JOKES. Banks In own town. ,
energy. A: drug store. : your 223 W. Bay St., JAO sosrvn-u, FLA.




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,Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG, Eden. The H-O Co.'s Feeds THE SOUTHERN FRUIT CO.


Mrs. Heckler, of Waveland Is visiting
EYE SPECIALIST.We Mrs. F. li. Richards .
10 and U Btldge direct, JACKSONVILLE:, FLA.
E A. Ireland is preparing to shed two", Are exclusive: : rations of grain scientifically blended accomplish certain ends

more acres of pineapples. The H-O Co.'s Poultry Feed to Insure a greater yields of eggs anda Wholesale Fruit, and Produce] Merchants.Vo ] .

John Miller with his fine sloop, left, shorter moulting season.
fay dish for nil fiults and vegetables, or receive\ on commission
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on Monday, for points up the river.
The H-O Co.'s Horse Feed to Insure the maximum of strengthand
Riving shipper the benefit of the market.iMtoMPT .
J. II, LoTourneau made a shipment of condition to your horse.

seventeen crates of pines on Monday. The H-O Co.'s Scratching Feed for Poultry to produce profitable IITUKNS. <>ui>(':US IMIMI: at iA) EST PKICIS.

The next Social Tea will be held at the results. -\Vo 'w'i nt'OMATOKS. --

home of Mrs. Harry Richards Oct. 24th. 1.qmS. PINKAPlM.rX: : U.\ ANAS, t'Gt'.1NU I'S, T.KMOXS.OHANOKS .
The H-O Co.'s Dairy Feed will greatly Increase the Mow of milk, and makeIt
II. W. Richards has :: UL'AVAS, AITLKS.: POPVTOKS: ONIONS, rKl.TKY:
purchased a tine In butter
richer fats; at the game time keeping up the live weight of the cow.
can 111\I'e.: of 1\1\ r. De\llll. of Fort Pierce. POILTKY AND f F.OGS. .\tltl"lIlt.
'XIT/ that the trial of a sample lot of the( H-O Co.'.. Feed mill

correct all cases of simple and Is Everett anchored Webster's opposite schooner Mrs. N. the Sannder'splace Waif YY Guarantee t substantiate tho above claims, or wo will cheerfully refund THE SOUTHERN FRUIT COMPANY

your inouoy.
compound refraction of the eyes, relieving 10 and I 12: Bridge Slioct, JACKSONVILLE( :, FLA.
all nerve and eye strain headaches Ask your feed dealer for it. If he does not keep It we will\ supply you direct.
E. A. Ireland
and family formed partof -
and often. sick stomach.: A Hcleutltlo a happy party who went down to view CHURCH ANDERSON & CO. I

examination made before fitting glasses. the wreck, on Sunday. It Is fast breaking *
WEST ADAMS STREET---- JACKSONVILLE FLA.GOOD
tip. PABLO BY THE SEA
We carry the largest optical stock In the -

State. We also do the Urgent optical We are having, an abundance of rain, ,

business. Repair work by mall promptly more than we need, but if it should stop
'
for a week somebody would Immediately
attended Address
to. fuse about the
Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG, Specialist A. Robinson returned from his fish. Property of the Florida East Coast Railway.
Ing trip Friday evening. Ho was accompanied -
Clarke's Pharmacy In ILls outing by Mr. Baney. of

65 W Bay street, Jacksonville FJa. Ankonn. They caught quantities of fish IRIW SOAP The moxt popular IIl'Ullhhrl'lInrt In the Soul h.l.utH .
and had a fine time generally.J. .

tlio und l tile\ur
HARD fronting ocean > now
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II. LoTonrnoau wife made a WATER

U. S. Department of Agriculture trip to White City, last week, Thursday, offered for SI.lnllrh''M! for next SW days.Buckman ,
to visit Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Austin.
Weather llureaii-Jupiter Fla. taOAP W0NA6 +dACNSWM1iLL1
They speak very highly of that section
o O"\Lrtlo.n.d.: :: : Agt.
of the country and enjoyed their outing .,
The following: is a comparative state much.S. .
ment of temperature and rainfall for the very 2'J: Hogan street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

week ending: Tuesday Oct 16, 1000.( F. Webb returned, Monday night
-1000- -1800- from a very successful bird hunt. He Melbourne. Grant.W .

DATE. Mea MIN. MAX. MINI said that the birds were there by the PABLO 15Y THE SKA LIV] ItT..
10 8U 74 83 77 jushol. It was nothing to get a dozenat

11 83 72 81 77 a shot. lie uses smokeless powder OOODB A; OOODE,-n..al Estate and T-oann. W Skinner left Tuesday for Fort .
12 78 75 81 72 which, no doubt contributes' much to Agent/:' for .l.tna, London and I.lr rpnol. midMulH Pierce.J. Turnouts of all dwrlp- ? /'I.\IIUI.E I HOUSES,
( *, Irovt"leme afthtnicton: Hun and la- .f
13 80 (it\) 82 7C his success clan Fire In"..ra", 'e, Hpot,lal attention 1'.1. l M. ]Honrndon of Micro was calling u"
14 85: 72 H.i: 71 Mist Frances B. Arnold has yielded to to the interest of nou r .liluiu... on our niuichantr, Sutiiiday duns: : It 1IAOOAUK: TI'IlIIRler.1'HA1'S ,
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15 87 74 82 72 the persuasion of her Jensen friends and ;
10 80 74 81 74 HOTKI RI.TO"-O""n the year' round., IwItghttul Mrs. C1'\ Latham returned Saturday, / HAULING, J1tc.S : .
has consented to teach the
school there
| t' winter or nuimmir., Lo'steal : from her trip up the liver. s
Total rainfall for the week : 2.50 this term, beginning on Monday morn- i>n'Phrlt'' built::: overlooking; the Indianlllver. WILKINSON
Will.
Departure from normal rainfall. for the IUj{. We congratulate neighbors, for Turin,' moderate The tnde-bont: Merchant laid. overbore SUKIIEY8 ;

week: plus .3.1 Inches. Departurefrom this young lady is one of the most highly KIIAVK. KOIIKHTHON I'roprlotor. Sunday on its way suuth. r { 1k k
,
L Aim A US: ; proprietor
4.
normal rainfall since January 1, educated and accomplished teachers r Subset Iptlons for the ADVOCATE A water-spout was seen by a numberof eVICTOR

minus .02Incbes. that Lan ever come to the river. We the pink paper of the Hunt, Count, will bo our people, one day last week IAS Pablo Bench! Fla
JlAL. P. HAHDIN Observer. were so fortunate as to have had her for received at the Melbourne\ Poatofllco.Kev. .
one term at Eden.: Mrs. Chas W. Itolton spent fiom l Wednesday .
until Stttuidny at her homo In
Captain Richards has had a force of Lane of Sebastian was in town, Malabar.Goo. Rockledge. I MARKETING TOMATOES.
West Palm Beach.The men engaged in cleaning out the county Tuesday.
{V, Scoblo, jr., went to Tltusvllle\
road as well as the cross roads to the ,
WKNT PALM
HKACU FI.A.
station It Is all very nice to be public Major Dawson, of Narrows, was In Friday, to visit his parents lie returned Kdmnnd hlmmonn bus retiitnoil from : )
HI !IIOO.
Robert the side Oct. ,
Bungalow East
on spirited but most of us who pay taxesto town Tuesday. here Sunday a ten ditys' trip to Jacksonville and l'>'rnandlnn '
has been rented for the season for eight Rilifor/ Jtiwt' ('''''HI .\\ili'i>rtitt:
hundred dollars. have such work done will be likely to S. W. Rowley of San Mateo, was In Mrs. I.. K. Smith and daughter, Miss< lonkltig much bvnulltted by MH I
let the weeds get as large as forest trees to\\'n.' Tuesday.Harry r.olll..e.el'e the KIIIIHIS of Mis. Latliun short ulmcmu I Imvo boon icaillntf your must Inter
Mr. and Mrs. Gen C, Matthatns have before we will put in time and money and daughter hut fling I paper since I oiiine to the EantCoani
of Subantl.tn In Siimliiy. Mr. and Mrs A.I.I). Ititldnlu, of Newhaven ,
Sample was and kind I
l'OUeiS.Stili/ by porinlHHloii,
returned the winter home, after enjoying cleaning we all appreciate homehero your
a few weeks' visit in Chicago.Mrs. the Captain's elicits and wish we wereas town lately. John Miller and lll..n. of Eden airlvoi l i hitventilved at t thorny winter I, want to mako a reply to an article by

good. The literal society met, last Jo'l'ltI"yevenlnjt. here Tuesday' In I heir sloop' the Maude I Mm. Baldwin Is uccunipanludbyher Pi'of. F h. Katie, of Alabiinm, Mitltlod
.James Elliot and family will arrive slHld-lti-lnw. "
at Hotel Uellovuu. Miller 'lliey will halt for Air bcobio. Marketing TotnatovH! ,
in West P and locate their Wednesday was a enjoyable affair H. Lockwood ,from Palm Mrs. Cain, of KoMclam), who linn been .
house now occupied'by very L. came up hero Monday to look lifter hi* mango ProfvNHor when and[ whore lie lm visited
Mr. Strohm. although the rain kept many of the ladies Bench for a few day., the |peat week spending some (line with Mrs\ It. T. Mr. end bN. wife expect meat points of the vrgetablu .section\?
grove
home lint the faithful few were Smith lotlll tied to her homo,. 1'uusday; Garvt'y .
Many regrets/ are expressed that E. A. on hand. We wonder what would keep Mrs C. T, McBride and Muster Willie evening 101'1111 tlio .0.0. lln cliilnm lit most point In Florida Ihotaomitti
) U picked diuiil green, I deny
Graham candidate has for withdrawn Maislial.his name We could as a them liome-nothing short of a broken returned home Tuesday, from Melbourne Joe Brown and crew, who' have been '1'. II. Ronald of Lotus, who bus been this HHHuitluu, fur there In no section In

City limb, we are sure These young: ladle Bench tlshlng at'lltimvillu' fur Mr. bi-oblo lo Joinnlng, lit hunbrevzn lor several IhoNlnlnof (Kloil.ln where the fruit Inplckeil

almost pledge ourselves that he would evidently established a record for faith Fred Fee Is delighted/ with the Stetson some time, nrilvcd hero, Sunday: In the month, came II"wlIlIn hutiiiduy's' train dead green" by poisons. who know
poll a large vote. fill attendance In their school andIt at UeLnnd which he is at. and off bore until Tuusdity. ,
days University house-bout/ Mattle II., and are now fishing slopped\ iin) thlng about the tomato Of connie,
The Farmers' Institute was held Jiere Is always safe to expect them no matter tending for him at thin point., Mini hush Miigruder and little brothers when the season" (lint opera, time men'

Thursday of this week continuing all) how hard it rains. Mrs. It. R. RIcou and four children, of JiimeH end l Unbelt, who have spent| have to bo ,1I'lIlolulltll, they thoroughly, 0
through the day and evening. The ladies / Jensen were pleuimut visitors to out The young people of Grant have or. I Iho I summer 1 IUMU with thell'lrRnol"nr.l| understand how to pick, them "Further'moie.
connected "with, the Free Reading town, last week. gunlzed Hn Epwoilli League heie. The bravo when of thorn are picked
TO STOP A COLD.-After ants, bar iiiui Mrs. C, H Miigrmler, any
Room placed the club room at their dls exposure h Hint meeting/ was lultllllltt Sunday In the their liiimo Sanford MUSitllle ,, swath befoio they show any signs of
rntuitied to
or when you feel a cold coming on, takea John Clorhey came up from Jensen, school IIOIIHU Tim following ofllcur The
posal. dose of Foley's Honey and Tar. It lust week and will make Melbourne hit were elected: bliss! Jltiimio China chnlr Miitfiuilor accompanied, them us coloring they are thrown on t.

Mrs. Wallace: R. Moses returned from never fills' to stop a cold if taken in home for a while.Postmaster nun; Miss Mertle Nelson, '.resident; MixIOUHO far as Tllimvllln, tvtuiiilng home the greatest' per show rent of tomatoes reddish are\ pickedwhen tint
a fourteen weeks' visit to Boston and time. U. R. Wilson & Son. \ next day. they a pink or
| Smith vlco-prenldoiit MUs )KH '
U. W. Goode( left hero, ;; at the bloHHom end. Thl he dOli It'll. I
other northern cities last WedneHd Mrs. Moses finds the ocean breeze of of tlio New Rnckledge, holt'l
Laura and Carrie proprietor
Fort Pierce. } Pierce on pleasure and business. Joigonsen program ) and have studied\ a* a busln **
West Palm Beach more agreeable than committee. arrived last Friday, to gut his hotel lileadluoH
all the Itnte where they are grown
the chilling east winds on the New Eng- Miss Annie bode after spending five ------ for the opening.! Mta.hal,11/ to over extent Polk, Mnnntoo Monroe,
land coast. months In is In Jiickmni- have her husband. any
Chicago now wan to luicompiinlud
Other remedies only alleviate the Dado nnd Orange oounlln have j"WUthl'tlo.Cunrths
C. D. Provost In town symptoms .
was Tuesday.
vlllt1, where she will visit her sister Mrs. but wan detained by iiitta| a painful' noctdont.
of temtha the to-
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. n. Maltby have as dyspepsia Indigestion. ))r. or nlne- of
A. M.Sample's fine residence Is ) J.:T. Hogg ere returning home. On stopping/ from u carriage
their guests a daughter and son-in-law rapidly; Loyal Foul's HYAlltJItlcl| cures by attacking mHtonM, chipped out of the State and
Mr. and Mrs. Weaver', from Oklahoma: nearing completion. Mr.\ and Mrs E. S. Bender, of New / I bo root of the disease,and make just A few day bvforn site dlnloi'aled WAS to t-onio h'rkneeoap. I do not believe Prof. Knrlo or any other

Mr. Weaver Is an unusually blight bus!. The trade-boat Merchant anchored at York arrived hero Sunday evening, and a healthy stomach that will perform all south sure which In some will way her to ho profeHHor ran !llnd any neniiililo man or

ness man, and the chances are that he our city dock Tuesday, on her way; are againguestsof Hotel Carleton where Its functions perfectly Wilson A Hon. cunflnud' her bud for cans sumo tlmo. one who hum had any expel hence on this
will associate himself "with Mr. Maltby In south. they have spent a good portion of three to \lino that will nay he over saw, this done
the furniture buniness. HOIlHOnH. ---------- -- In Klorldu, Can yon?

Attorney Geo. M. Robbing, of Tltus- Lotus.Mrs. Don't be flocelved or humbugged/ by Now a* to the grading We have from
Late advices from the north are that vine\ wan a pleasant visitor to town on Last Saturday evening: the young peo claim the dlscuvviy. of KOIII threw to four giitdn; it generally de-
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Robert will return Tuesday. pie gave an informul dance at West Hall, hitherto unknown but'bor loot In swamp pond on the neaHonn. The ripest have
to their winter home within, a few which wan well attended. Parson i'ad- J. N. dial her I I. slowly improving mountain or prairie for the "dead
on some bn
or throo and tliono he claim to
weeks and attendants at the church O. n. Floyd of Orlando representing dlsoa and, Harry Willliitp, from Eau: UalHe from a long sickness cure or kidney and bladder, troiibli' four. All to the shipping, thrt-o-
a Savannah firm was visiting our mer- given
will be favored In
Bethaada-by-the-sea chants dale week. were present. 'Skeetem have proMented their bill Any doctor or druggist will tell you tha. fifths, or all than I III not over are
listening to Mis. Robeit's beautiful singing : Capt. Bob Hardee of Sebastian was freely for the past week, such claims are fraudulent;. Foloy' Hhlppnd in refrlgoiator carand. those
: and the gracious manner In which Oeo. W. Scobie's new fish house here In town, last week. His many friends Kidney Cure simply eoutitl reined llell ton ilpe. by exprcH: Now then he
she dispenses her talent makes a double Is about completed. Quite a number of congratulated him on gaining one of our 8. A. Onteen and C. Wilkinson paid that aio recognized by the most sklllfu claim that packing In paper I III done to

pleasure.Mr. his boats arrived Tuesday. most charming and beautiful young ladles Cocoa a visit, Saturday, via steamer ('Ro physicians an bent for theMe complaint. avoid detection of length the fruit ha"

and Mrs. Joel A. Dean surprised Rev. :Mr. Lane held services in the na his bride Miss May Kltchlng, of naveral.C. HO don't he uruduloim, or foolish B. K. been picked. This Is not true, for toll

their numerous friends by arriving Sat- Methodist church last /Sunday, when a Sebastian. May their lives bo long and Wilkinson and D. Bailey, of Holllster Wilson A Son.\ man that ever put up a tomato will

urday evening a few days ahead of tlmo large congregation was In attendance.Do full of h.ipplneits. arrived here, Friday to engage In you that by wrapping them they will
The girls and boys who bad old shoes trucking. ripen from twonty-four to thirty-sir

and rice to pelt them with will be a little not forget the ire cream festival The editor of the Fordvllle Ky. Miscellaneous Georgiana.Dr. hoiii earlier. 1 Do you deny thin sir?
.
Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Mott of Indlanoln.
for the benefit of the
on Saturday night do know that -
disappointed but that they are right writes an a ponUcilp to a business And again! you not wrapping l
visitor Field
were pleasant to J. M. am
Methodist church at the church. ?
welcome to heart and homes no one ; new them will make them sweat lightly
our
letter: "I was: cured of kidney wife Sunday Geo. W. Holmes wan flown Sntur "
will gainsay. Long life, and happiness Near A Taylor are putting down an trouble by taking Foley's Kidney Cure. day to see Grandma Munnon, who I I.* sill This I III the reason we Florida people,

galore, to the young couple. artesian well at the ice factory. When Take nothing: else. B. K. Wilson & Son. C. I). Provost left Monday to catch very feeble. pack them so tight
his trade-boat which had south a Any > who cannot tell when a
,
Your correspondent takes great pleasure completed we shall\ be able to have our gone Whenever you want. a goodnnwy and person that
day or two before. tomato ho reached its maturity
In the fact that Mayor: own ice. Interesting r.IIIIIIRcribe for the RAH
announcing Jlllp them In thl* State ought to bo I
/grow
Whllldun owing to many and urgent requests We are sorry to learn that Mrs. A. K. Banyan. Farmers are planting but bean seed COAST AnvocATK, which I III familiarly; sent to Ohattahoocliee.! ll.orea/ton' whywe

showered upon him will allow Hogg has been quite ill for several day Is rather scarce; however we hope[ to known a* the "pink paper of Florida." line the mix-banket earlier I III because,

his name to be used as a candidate for past and only seems to be slowly convalescing. A mouse or a mastodon kind of wea- have plenty soon. I Two of our most 10t"rPlltlnlllUtie girl I It I I.* neater and attractive\ for the eye P I

re-election as Mayor of West Palm Beach ther-all rain or none. Mr. Sanders, of Indlanola, brought his -Nina Baldwin and Winnie Dlxon And sir, we pick our Held, once and In

It goes without saying that the choice Miss Ready our assistant school teach. daughters down !Sunday afternoon-M In have been quite sick with In grippe for Nome Instance twice day. And what, ,I
shell roads The steamer landed horse
will be unanimous and that er arrived last Friday. The school opened Spartan a Alice to resume teaching. 'several day*. Grandma White and Dr doss Mississippi, get H bushel? From lit' I r 1
beautiful will here on Monday morning for Mr. Merrill
good walks and shubbery I Wlttfeld and wife also with cents to $1.76 while we get from *1 to p
number of are uttering ;
with /
on Monday a large pu
T. Ronald home Tue-
be greatly evidence.A and he will plow for the Tropic planters. Grotjun came ,
and Mr. Hodge as principal, at the day from foeabreeio and having the same complaint #H, and lean where. I In one case, -; !
number of transfers In the real estate helm. Geo. F. Ensey and son George was reports the net price for ten orate was ttH.IU' I ,
bad nice time this
his
a summer Mauler Ralph Laughlln caught firs
market have been effected duringthe shopping/ Banyan last week Mr. En- and our crates only livid three-foiirtli +fjor

last week: Glen Strobm buying a of Ban: say is slowly recovering from his severe W. milt,.-,, and l wife, who spent the fish on Friday after ruining from Hcliool bualiel.. Furthermore, any coinml-
A CARD.-The manufacturers It was a floe cavalll and tbe first one or
house and lot on the corner of Clematis Illness. summer In New. York und Connecticut.. lon house will. tell you to wrap your '
authorized the undersigned the kind ho had l'
have He tbe
ner Salve ever ovn. wa"
It In butter condition.
and A. P. Anthony are expected borne Saturday. fruit a* It keep
street
and
avenue Olive ; to guarantee it for burns cuts The people here are more interested happiest boy In town In telling about I would like for the Professor, to provo
purchased the house occupied Whlll by sores, ulcers tatter eczema and all skin in voting down the announcement which Mrs II. F. Green after pending a It; lie said: "I toll you he Just. made my the assertion. slat that Alabama can
Mr. Doster and owned by Mayor diseases. You have your money back I If call for a Constitutional Conventionthan pleasant summer In Chicago and Omaha, line Ilx.! Why lie run Just. like a horse how higher net proceed. 1 I
den. Mr. Anthony and bride will move it doesn't do all it claims. B. K. Wilson any other Item In the political bill arrived at her home here, last Tuesday.C. I could hardly bold him lie ran su fast., Now a ./ to ;I
into their house about the middle of De Professor a! intellect I defy
of ftre. t
cember. Mr.! Strohm and his mother take A: Son. The many friend and relative of Al- you or any other learned man to prow
possession of their new quarters the first J. S. Venner arrived here about ten S. Arnold of Youngstown III.. In ford aurl h Maggie Hall were sorry to learn that the farmer of "the Land of Flowers"

of November. days ago a very sick man, and nn U said writing/ of Dr. Ford's Drupcptlclde says: of tile death of their only on, Tom on I I. not capable of handling anything he
Jupiter.Ed to be sinking fast from corimimptlon. "My wife has taken three bottles l)ys- the (tth of October near Pldcock\ Git., of undertake If this 1 Is notes, air, kindly 1 I

Already northern visitors are writing The trip from North Georgia was too pepticlde and IK, I believe, permanently congestion of the brain. He wa taken tell me why Georgia A Alabama Tennoe *- jl

for accommodations at the different bo- bl In the much for him. cured of Indigestion constipation and III on Friday and died on Saturday. Hewa and several other State furnhih railroad
C. Miller\ is out to
*
tels. Dr. P. M. Burgess and wife are grove sick headache, with which she ha been about six year of age and was an fare board., etc., to the Florida

already planning an early departure flats. A Thousand Tongue troubled for twenty or more years. unusually bright and handsome boy the boy, to go and instruct them In putting

from New York, southward; also Dr. Charlie Armour was at White City; Money can not estimate the good It ha Joy| and pride of his now bereaved parents up their fruit so a* to obtain better
Smith of Birmingham, Alabama and during the week Could not express the rapture of AnnieE. done her. B. li. Wiliion A Sou. who have the sympathy of all In price I, air, with eleven other, go

his brother-ln, Mr. Jaden, write they Springer of 112.' Howard st., Philadelphia I --- their: sad bereavement. Mr. and Mr*. every and am Just back fiom the d
are coming much earlier than last season Oeo. Proctor is planting an orangegro.e I>a., when she found that Ur. Hall were former resident of till place, great pencil section of Georgia. Now,

and stay later. These two gentlemen on bit homestead. King'* New Discovery for Consumption Bovine.Rufus where Tom wa born. In bl* death Dr. I'rofeMor. Home people talk what they tI

are remembered with much pleas County Commissioner W. V. Rushing had completely cured her of a hacking Chambers looses his bright and much- hear, cud I believe you have mostly la

ure. They have both passed the threescore attended the meeting of the Board at cough that for m.nyyears bad made lifea loved name-sake. this cane, ail', of course, are not responsible
In burden. All other remedies and doctors Stewart I Is here looking after for the and
and ten period yet are vigorous Miami, on Monday. outside damaging remarks
mind and body, and noted for their gallantry could give her no help but she says lit* place. That to our State. Let us hear from
and little Miss TIirol l 'liiif JIea lache
and would be an acquisition to Mrs. W. V. Rushing of this royal care "It soon removed the The ADVOCATE I Is always a welcome you again, for I am a native of good old
Oussle May Running are spending a chest and I Would quickly' leave If used l
pain, In my can now sleep visitor home you you Alabama, but Florida I III my home.
community.IT to our
any week in town, with their mother and soundly,something I can scarcely remember Dr. King'. X.w Life 1>1l1a. Thousands of Now Mr. Editor, I sincerely hope you

When suffering grandmother, Mr*. E. C. Miller."I doing before. I feel like sounding Mils K. Martin has been visiting at sufferer have proved their matchless will allow me thIs inoce In your paper, .
HEALS THE LUXGS.- doe Its pjalM throughout the Universe.[ So Melbourne for a few day*. merit for sick and nervous beadacbee. a. the article to which have replied la
from a racking cough take a used Foley' will who tries Dr. King's New They make pure blood and strong nerve
The sore- have always Honey everyone Bethel Stewart and. on, Reid havebunting detrimental to those coming our Stateto
and Tar. ,
of FOler'. Honey and Tar cough medicine and think it Discovery for any trouble of the throat, heeD for the week. and build op your health. Easy to take. farm. Yours truly,
be relieved, and a warm grate the best in the world." says Cbas. Ben chest or lungs. Price Uks and 41. Trial J pa fry them. Only :2.ie. Money back If not E. O. I OUR1I.
ful feeling and healing of tbe part affected der a newsdealer of Erie, Pa. Take no bottle free at B. R. Wilson\ Son's drugstore Miss Clara Houston I Ie very ilL She urtxl. Sold by B. R. Wilson A Son,

will be experienced. Take no substitutes B. R. Wilson A Son. ; every bottle guaranteed. wa taken to Emit Gallle for treatment. IruggUU.. -Do you Alter your drinking water.fE .
substitute. B. R. Wilson A Son.










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the year where It,can be used advantageously
hundred bushels
In dividing pastures or for I

Potatoes remove confining sheep orIOn certain portion I Florida East Coast Ry.
of a field. It will be found Invaluable

eighty pounds of "actual" Pot- as a quick method for constructingpens. ,
either large or small at shearing
a .. ;uu.rl the sdll. One thou. time or for docking, tagging or dIp- .OCTB BOUND 4a..a Dow..I I Ia Denl Sept 8.18k ta-d Up) NORTH BOtbiD-

ping. In the winter son these bur- I .; o. t. ...." o. I o.: N"'NO'UI' '
y1 Ya 2L No. :28. Da1I7 M
Uy D..1yJDel STATIONS. ,
sand of fertilizer die e Dai.l7fDai.l
pounds a con- are a great convenience for Inclb- I aI tD taut, I .. /iQ 'a

I lag feeding yards 'lots for exercise and .... -"C .... w. v.... sck.o.vtu. .. ...Ar Thp -... to
taining 8% "actual" Potash : small plat for subdivisions. of tbe 0 ....:. 1151"11 10_'.........:: S.. AQwuann. .......L. 8 e)1 .. ... H.
; ...... bSp1111. Lv....... bt. Auguatui. ...... .Ar lIip 101'1., .....
will the amount flock. r C p .. ... IIpI1l. ........ .. Samna .. .... J..y 54Up :: fS1 Q
supply just In the figure U shown a view of the soky// i cI oil "UpU:: Ar. ., Est PaI.tka... ... .. 52p I"t:1': .: 0I
hurdle In place, with "a I 1 aq- ftvp.; 4 IpA.. ... .. .. .P..lta.. ..... .. .1.. awp ..... ... ,...
needed. If there is a deficiency pair of npportn. G J.o ...... 169, .. Pala.u .. Ar 87rr :.:. r 0 en
The panel In mad of four 1 by m ; :: T phar:: .......... -n-Mater.. .::..... n;;. -:: yE
of Potash, there will bea 3 Inch plank 12 feet l long, crossed by I ,, = C1 .. .. ........ San :Yatso..Ar 7a&p ... ... = a t9 tt::
three piece fit the same site and three r ... ale1 U.p: Ly... ...._East Palathe..Ar lt\p'TI ......- P I ptI en

falling-ofT in the crop. feet long one being placed in the mid I(0 c J.o C............ f'-'P f65p 1371 1ST) .. ...::::.... .....lJay..OrmoDct..Ly...... .......... 81111'I trip e 42a............ no.0 CI...
We dIe and the other six Inches from the D .lid ..... 8U p i 17p .........PonOraAII.. ......... .... atlp 6:.! ....... .'t" tre
have some valuable I I. a.1511Oa111a.'p: :4Idp" ........ .... Smyrna.... ... 3llp:! 1S1Aa'' Hip OpN
ends. The spaces between the plankn. \c t:. aH: a 15 '!61""" sop ....... ..uak RIBas.tlle............ ... a 00p .. .... '!!IIp. y M
books telling about composi beginning at the bottom are U. 8 and 1 W U 0- ... ... beep .. .......:.. .._....... .. 4251: ...... 1611p PCD r rtiO
10 Inches. .. .... .... .. 8a11p .. .. ....Ctt7 PouJ" ........ JIIi ...... ...... .
The -
braces which are crossed I .... .... a 4'Ip .. ..:..:... Cocoa .......... I tp ..... ...... 0
tion, use and value of fertilizersfor for the supports are 4 feet 'long and CII J.o ...... .. .. .. lOOp .. .. .. .Ro> .......... II IZIP.....
1 3 u :; .. ..., .... .. 4 Alp ..... :.Eaa t&aiae........... II .. .... tTJ.crq .......
by Inches
in size. Tbe sill In of 1 I H_ r4: ...... .... .. t.lip.! .......: ..)(elboorn......... II ..... (D p to
various crops. They are by 0 Inch nlaff, the lower edge being .. .. .. .. 604p II ........ .Bi.-land. ......... II ...... ID a 0
3 feet p _GO._.. ..::.. ..::.. burp ...........Fetaumaa.......... ....... ....
5
Inches ..
sent free. ; long and the upper 3 N en ..... ......5ep ...... 8t. L..." .. .. .... ....... ... ,
feet 10>/& Inches long with a notch at CQ p -t ....... ...... e asp II ... ......Foci Pteree........ 11 ..... .- s HH
; GERMAN KALI WORKS. the middle 2 Inches 0 ...... ........rop .. ........ T1bbala .... ..... 11 ..... .. toE04
; NMM deep and 2% inches ...... ...... 'tllp ..... .. sae. .. .... ... :..... e1
St..Mew York. O.
91 wide for the ends of the panels to rest m ... .. .. ..."a6p. II .....::.::. .......... .:......... to a5.......
'In. The braces should C 41; ...::.. .::.. .fI..p. .......... .tuan............ II 10 ..... .... $ if
Free and extend an Inchor Tri-Weekly Sailings o ...... ..... 71.1 ......... obe Sound.. ...... lO ;..... ..... m
more below the sill to- prevent the Accepted Masons. hurdle from S" ...... ..... I. ......we., Palm eaeh...... S era ...... .... S p
rocking. In use each of BETWEEN rt ........ .... 8A. .......... Boynton ... ....... .. 110'4& ...... .... atYJ
i these supports serves to bold' up as JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. = ...... ..... 81t1p ._..... ...betray ........" 1&0. ... .. .... ..
well an to Join co ...... .... !:ip! w ......Fort Ieaderiai....... II 8 ...re ........ .
Indian together tbe ends of ., .... .. iO e7p ...... ...lemon (xty .. .... f Ill. ...... ...... F
two succeeding panels. To prevent the at Charleston, S. C., both ways) .s ...... ... .10L. Ar ..... .. ..Mlami :. .. L9 1'16&.. .. .. .
No. 00ITltusvlIle
fence from being blown over a stake Finest Baffett Parlor Car on rats Hi "and 7sBetw..a

River r should be driven alient} every 50; feet The Steamships in the Coastwise Service : JaiclnoiiTlll<) Pablo Baacli and M. ttOl't.

kf to which the hurdle should be wired Xo. hu. ,t. o.l... o 1b o.Sun .

1:. r r-Holds uKJsce.Its l me.tlnq* the r+rond? \ an'l Florida.fourth/ 'frt- down. .__ .. :Jr..I. ,I The Clyde New in-gland and Southern Lines. I only I only Man eztVueayn Daily| ) Uy STATIONS.. D.LLr Va/1 IrD.uy ale.. gas

", day of evA month, at tile Ute armory. Tltu,- ... Direct Service Between --IJi'j :2'ep' '88)p: tf ISa)L-v. .. .. .....;ionrlllA... .. .. ... .. Ar 4Wp onlOJp ::::7':":
Cmhmm Filler.n F..r..... .. ... .. ..... .
Tirte,at 7 n o'clock. |I'. m. Bit<"' 20'p( : !acknvllle I-r 4 sap 621 ......
.. A. HMwan.. Wonhtnral Muur. The Cuban filler leaves are frequently 7.t.p] *PTitupi fiSor.1O15"I" .. .... ... ...Pabio H'ach..Mar .. .... .... fro: 4 Up 2 Zip ......
H. It. Wham: fV. Bl,r wad.n.l: : I resweated and are usually Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points. asp ... .. .. ..-x-t. ..... ...... t Stile 4(dtp 1l00p. .. ..
.,. R. Walker.Jnnlvr Warden. ; petuned.
J. ).. I".n. Tr anijrer.K. process which make them very much (Calling at Charleston S. C., both way) Btw_n N.w Smyrna and Or..11 B.t.a TltmvvilU Mnd 'San/vrd.
A. Morgan _AUry. heavier darker and stronger. The SEMI-WEEKLY SAIU.NGS City Jnnotioa. '; TTOQn; ?o
J. CarruthitT, Mentor 1"'-_. : Sn.U//
K. A. Isnilry. ,'Dlor tsewxm. petunlng Is either done by spraying, Routbbonnd .....? .. ....... .... .. ....... ... .. ..... ..... from Lewis Wharf Boston Nol \ "fiTiOX.i.-: : ...... ... .... ... ".,. .. .. ...... II
I I F. 1'h/fse/ ..._... .. which 'Is the best Northbound .... .. .'" .. ........ ... .. .. .... .. from '""tor Hogan Street, Jacksonville. kk..pt..tv: j .. New fmrrna-! Arl'wp, 71ia! :: ......... .Iima.... ...... ...:ti..
way )11iP
rd or by
dipping .. .. .. ..
C. H. Walton r .... .I.ake Uelrn. ... .. II tvp J 1 t'ai .. .O.D.. .......
A. r"rn...'IwrTyler.KIDNEY the tobacco. 'the essential part of the 45lr 4111pt) Orange Cit r. .... .". I 614p : 6S.! .........E.u.rf'rl............ : 118 a
.. ..... ... IlllOaAIJ
petunlng liquid In a thick Infusion of Clyde's St. Johns liver Line. 6enlAr..OranreCldyJunction. Sisp.9A.Ar..n..tlmford.
tobacco steins of the fluent trans ),ootwu New tmjnM and Urannw! [EAU trains between TUu.- lle and Sstetdt3cy
I quality ob BETWEEN .' (CKSONVILLE AND SAXFORD. Jtuu-ton daily except" "uDda,.. 1 i.ily .oept tJwada .
DISEASES tainable. To thin In added molasses, Jacksonville,Palatka, Sanford JD&erJ": ''. Via..nd 10&ermedlatel..dIDg8 on the St.John's RlTer Those l'uo.. rabl i. nw' the timir* .t which train may b. ..u...... toarrlre aad depajri
elder. Jamaica rum or sour wine. Frequently from the iwTeml stations but thetr.rnml or nrpvrturr at.the Mme etat4 U not f oa z.wteed.
other matters STEAMER nor does loa Company hold it..elf ...\>ODIIII>I. for any delay' .r any eoacequaneva an.
are put Into the "1). M U1tCIl (SOS." tog th.refrom.Peninsular. __ __. _._Hnnn___
.are the most fatal of all dis- petunlng liquid according to the tasteor n
fancy of the operator to add quail. CAPT. W. A. 8HAW. and Occidental S. 5. Co.
.eases.rni. ty to the leaf. This Is a secret of the I are foot Catherine itrret Jaekwm lll 5*0 p. m. Tuesdays and Saturday
Cuban method and the Lave SaD'oellIII: a m KnterprtiteftJO: a. m, Mondays and Thursdays. CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
only part of the
.' cvo KIDNEY CURE ij iT process which they are unwilling to Cen'I Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W Bay St., Jacksonville. HAVANA LINE. -

If Ouaraatiid Reined/ divulge. When the petunlng la done Lear! Miami TueMaTS .. ......... ..11.03 p. m. Arrlv Key Want. W.dn..lay..I1.00.. av
1 by dipping the W. H. W WARBL'RTON T. P. .A.. f. IRONMdVOKFt.' J.... FI... Pan*. Airt.. Leave Key West. Wednesdays.. .... ..;1(1( fl. ..... Arrty. Havana Thnrwiuy ... ... 4.UO .. avIxave
tobacco each "hand" la H fH.l8t,. New York. I 21>4 Went May St...1)"" "* "YIII.. Kla. Havana Thursdays.. .........ICJ..4O.. m. Arrive Key.t Tharadar........ 6.WJ .. avL
l dipped separately and In. then thoroughly C. P. LOVELL. Aut. Fla. Supt.. I IJOHK. L. HOW RI>.Superintendent. ave Key West ThurmUy...... .. Odup.ro. Arrive Miami Fridays.. ... ... '.80 a, a.
or money refunded. Contains Jacksonville. Fla. | Kont lloican nt.,.larkftonrllle, Fla.
shaken after which It must be TIfOS. I). HALEY Local ,"""bt Agent foot of Megan Street.Jacknonrllle Fla.TIIKO. KEY WEST LINE.
,remedies recognized by eminent bulked down to draw-that Is. until (I. EOKK rieneral Manager. WM. P CLTI: CO., General AgenU.Cbecboroucb -
I tbe moisture has become Halldlnc 19 state 8'-.New York Loare Miami Fridays............ ,11.00p.m. Arrive Key West 8.0..da7..11.00.. ..
physicians as the best for absorbed and thoroughly A ___ __ ._ __ __ h. ._ __ ._ t.esvebeyWrist! r'und"s..aJOo.in. Arrive )hsmtMondays .. .. ...... .. 8.80.. n.Paeneniters .
Kidney and Bladder troubles. evenly distributed for arena van leave Miami Friday ".w p. m.. arriving Key We.i tUliu Lare
! through tbe leaves, otherwise they will II Oa< m., and remain in Key West until II: I PRICE SOe. and JJ.OO. be apt to spot and change color. The Ocean Steamship CO. on the Steamship "Olivette" arriving Havana Monday morning

1 IJ. It. WILSON & HOX. wrappers are never treated In this For copy of local. time card. '<1d..DT Agent.

,' --- -..- -- way. as. It 'Is not desirable they should -

THE COTTON PROSPECT. have tbe properties of a good filler. "Savannah' Line"Fast

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A Law Cr.f 'Condftloif ( -Thre.aho.1 Cotton everywhere Is. late and tbe Freight and Luxurious Passenger Route from LINE...

% the a.Ur.'ottoo O.... prosfs(.t8 for yield gloomy. Fortunately '
I The monthly report of the statistician email cotton crop bring as Florida to New York, Boston and the East. SOUTHERNDIRECT.QoICK TlftlB

of the department of agriculture much money as large! ones says Farm

hows the average condition of cotton and Kaucn.
.
oa July 1 to dare 'been 75.8: as coward .
J> with 82.5 lout month. 87.8 on Pla ,....dl.... BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,

July 1,. IHUU./ Ul.2 at the corresponding Borne Impuriuot results. of pig feeding MEW YORK,
late In IHIW and a ten year average experiment!' at tbe Maryland station -
CINCINNATI. LOUISVILLE
''I! fit 87.0. The cuiHlltloii ,In the principal art:
states Is reported a. follows: It was found that with some rations ATLANTA.

North Cirulliu ..... 8U Loulidana ........... 81Huma the gains on pigs; could, be producedas MEMPHIS
Carolina ..... TV Trxu ............... ISUeeitfU low ns 2'/i cents per pound. BIRMINGHAM, ,
/ ............. 74 Arktuu ............711 In all the tests where properly compounded CHATTANOOGA
Florida ............. 7S T.nnewve ......... .. 79AUUma 74k. RAILWAY I
I ,...........70 Oklahoma ........... 81Ml ration were lined pork was ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY,
I: .laiippl .......... B4 Indian Territory .... IM produced at uproOt when the pigs
i While there was some Improvement were not allowed to become!' too old. And all Points East and W....

riurlng'June' In North Carolina. Texas, The coot of producing a pound of

Oklahoma and Indian Territory, pork Increases' with the age/ of n pig.

amounting to U, 7, 7 and 12 points respectively The aim should be to produce from 1ZY Ld1L' 11Nn 511 ROUT 5. (:JNO SERVICE OTHER LINE LIKE AFFORDSc:)
ti there wan a decline of 0 1,0 to 21$) pound pigs at U to 7 months

points In Hoiitb Carolina 7 In Louisiana old for the greatest profit. SHORT RAIL WIDE TO SAVANNAH
10 In Tennessee. 13 In Arkansas, Bklmmllk was found to have a feedIng THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS,
Thence via Palatial
15 In Georgia 17 In Alabama and 21 / value for pigs etunl| to fully double Express Steamships from Savannah. I VU' Savannah and Charlotte N. C. i

In Ulnsloslppl.. With the exception of the price charged at most of the creameries i
Nertb Carolina where/ the average of tbe fttatp. 4 Ships each, week: 4 THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL,

condition unit July 1 was two points Separator Bklmmllk at one-half cent Via Savannah and Charlotte N. C.

above tbe mean of the July per gallon and linseed and gluten '
averages
II TO J.VE'VV" 'YOEt.B: : THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED
In that state for the last ten years meals at $15 per ton have about the ,fi
l and Indian Territory where the Herunm same value for balancing rations for Making clone connection with New York Boston ships or Sound Lines. Via Jasup.

e -v"II"l.Ie for romiarlaon cover pig feed. All ticket agent! and hotels aro supplied with monthly salting schedules. THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS
k Gluten meal I found to be ,
only three the condition wan more "
years Write for Jeolllltlintorm, sailing schedules stateroom reservations, or can on
economical for balancing rations for Via Jesup.
the entire belt
tlmmfhout cotton com-
E. II. HINTO.Y, WALTER HAWKIV3::I,
par. unfavorably with the ten year pigs than linseed meal Traltto Manager, Gen'l Agt. Traffic Department.
arwage" Louisiana being 7; South Ground fodder, such an the new<< corn :Savannah l Ua. :Ill W. Kay St., Jacksonville, Fla. TlK'-'Zb Vostlbfled Traits, Pullman) Drawing' R.*..

Carolina and Texan 10; Arkansas 11; product was found to be a valuable,, _. .. Sleeping Cars, Through Coaches, Elegant Dining Car.
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Tennessee 12; 0.rgI8. 13: Alabama addition to rations for plgn.

1\ and Mississippi, 24 points below Sweet I potato strings cowpea pan- Thr."Nf' Pullnsea Sinning Cars between Jacksonville .,. thrlr respective ten year averagm. Not ture and artichoke pasture when properly Florida Central andPeninsular vU. Aeoevllle. N.C., and Knoxville, through "Trie LAND OF THE .,,\ ."
used Drndtired Dork eoonomloiillv.of .
only wan the condition on July 1 forth .
cotton region a. a whole the low. --- --- Through Trains via Southern Railway are now Operated

mt July condition .on record but In la Ceaaectlon' with the Plant SvaieiM 'ruin Jacksonvliln.Slli .

Georgia. Florida Alabama and Mississippi "*

l alllO It wan the lowest In the eatlNt. Railroad.Unexcelled .S EXCURSION TICKETS; it Yn j Uw ;iUt.s on Sill Jam 1 to S0pt.' 30,1900
period of 34 yearn for which records .
are available wIllie In Tennessee Fet rate, schedules and Information call oa or address '

It wan the lowest, with one exception: service from Florida to all points W. T. COSBY. T. P. A., "
and In South Carolina. Texan and Arkansas Imnislon'scoff's S1J West Bay Street,Jackionvllle ..

the lowest, with two exception J. 1C. CCLP. W. A. TURK. &. H. HARDWICK
*. In the name period of :34 year. North East and West. Traflle ....n...... Gen. Faae Agt., A.... Gn. P..... Aft.,

EMeaatveralnn, drowning out the crop Cod Liver Oil is the means wsakluginnD.C. Washington. AUaala. G*.

aid followed by an extraordinary of life and enjoyment of life to -
growth' of grass and weed. are report- Two Trains dally between Tampa, Jacksonville Savannah and Columbia, carrying ,
ft from almost every state and the thousands: men women and
KmvHy of the situation In greatly In- children. Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping: can, connecting at Columbia With sleepers for I MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.


IsaIn*na.ml by Bon the Hi Carolina general scarcity Georgia.of Ala.la- When appetite fails it restores Washington Baltimore PUIa. and New York. Florida New York.

bias, 1..011114111114 and Texan coimlilera- it. \Vhen food is a Philadelphia and Boston.

bUi areas. will have to be abandoned.Hurdle. burden it lifts the burden. From llrnnnwlck (direct), to New York.
AW with Cincinnati! Sleeper, via AsheTllle 4:
When )'oulosc flesh.it bringsthe ( t 1 .aI PASSENGER SERVICE.
The Sheep .
No well regulated sheep farm In oomplVle plumpness of health. l'w To make! connection. with steamers leave Jacksonville,
Union kaput)on Thursdays via(Cumberland Route).8.IS a
hi all of Its. ai>ix>lutinvnts without When work is hard and "Dixie Flyer" Fernanitlna at I :an p. m. Meals en route; or "all Ra.." mj)
the Hurdle. Thin portable fence U an p. m. (Plant Svttera arrive Brunswick 6.00 p.m. Passenger
duty is heavy it makes life oa arrival at Brunswick go directly aboard steamer.
IrrytspciiHHule factor In the successful Through:( Sleeping Car Route between Jacksonville and St. Louis via
acii economical handling of the flock onPAJIICL bright.It PROPOSED SAILINGS

r is the thin edge of the Lake Atlanta and Nashville. Lv.New York Pier 21 E. R, 3AOp: m., Standard Time.) Lv.Brunswick..

City! Macon, Chattanooga Friday. Oct 5..roLORADO... .. .A.. ...............Friday Oct W
wedge; the thick end i is food. Friday< H 12... .. .. .......,.... ......RIO !RANUE. .... .... ....... ......, Frldayl "IS
Making connections for Kansas City Chicago and all points in Northwest.. Friday. .. I".... .. .... .. ............OOURA1K) .. ... ....... ....... .. ..Friday, 1
But what is the use of food Friday. 28.... .. ...... ...... .RIUURANDE. .. .. ... .............. ....Friday, N'l:

when you hate it, and can't di- Tot lowest rates, reservation and general Information,apply to
Through sleeping car service between Jacksonville! and New Orleans BASIL GILL, .
gest it? Agent, 220 W. Bay St.Jacksonville.H.
via River Junction and Pensacola.Full ; H.RAYMOXO, O.nera18outberu Agent Brunswick Ga.
Scott's Emulsion of Cod i C. H.MALLUEY Co..Ge..raa..II'8Dta.Pler. 21, E.River and 385 Broadway N.Y.
Liver Oil is the food that makes Information on application to any agent of this company.


you forget: your stomach. A. O. McDoiicll, L. A. Shipman.

OP nanOLK: TENCK.a freo If you sample navm. Its not ffr triad..ablo It.taste send will for Fine Job Work Executed.

Bmnll farm or where the system of .urprls* you. General Pass. Agt. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. Quickly
SCOTT A BOWNE. Ch.ml
mixed husbandry 'U
practiced. Many
409 Pearl 8tr..t. New vark.1 l
opiH rtunlUe will be prejMUtwd during! SOo. and 8)1.00 i all JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. AT THE ADVOCATE OFFICE.








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IN'RIAN': ::: :: RIVER: : :30TEL: : :: WITH A LANE. BACK ? UNDER...AM...h..."BY", and VIRTI-ie Mia. entenxt!: OF A In PKCRKK tlm: I'ir-

rout ''<'''II..r the seventh Jiiilu-lal Irouit PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUOUSTINE( FLA.
!"iIo> TITUSVILLE ---- of Flnrlila, in" tad (,,r Itrovartl
1'1111111\
>> a \ ? tI'I' Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. .....".* ""'";'1\\" .1..lhllt. | | wlwrolnj Itl"I.nt111I1chr..r.I ,

; 11 INDIAN RIVER, ----- luvmdalnautand'."" 1' brown, This hotel. now Mien for ROOMS ONI.1'. It U centrally lool\tC'dl near
.. 't' ';. a ilmlnlHtrMor if ilu> .Iale i>f *. A..l'tu.\"I.i \ ,
,,. : ::.. -'trh. Almost everybody who reads the newspapers <|M>...IUHH|, Biui Frmlvrk-k t t'hupx| l an lufaut.Hr roatottlco Dank and Cathedral;
,- -- FLORIDA. Is sure to know of the wonueitul: ileienilatitH.. I will wll at ,inililic Htiotlmi In 1'amt Hoonm, M>ct to *l.tH per day; '1.1\0 to $U.UO per weak
l""It't't of tux n"rl U.. ... '
drx r. In lltim\'Ille, .Flurlila
cures made by Dr.Kilmer's V. 1>. MANC11EX Manager.
,-- ,- Imo; during flit \Itittnl hinin of .ale) on the ,
'." ..,...,. f 1 8i '.;. |i >wamp-Root. IB8T )IU\IJAY: IN NOVKMBKK, A. i>., tarn __ J

.. '- J _t" J. O. BAST Proprietor. I the erem kidney liver to Ui,.. hl :iipit and 1 twt M [I and bladder remedy.It roll.lblt I iliwrrilM-. l real l entulo nltunio, In iho
C \Is the great medical County of llntvaul. and) sie ,,f Florliln\ to wit:
r- I '" .. to. "" i triumph of the nine- loimiwitntig at a fiolnt' two Itniulivil mulplunittui
Fy 1FI j The hotel fronts on the
tail! yxnlx Hi-ntor RonthiNuit c..r"'r, of
i :'oo, 'rZ.'.1y.: +w- "M" .y, k1" widesweepof bay(7mlles( 1 teenth century; discovered hwlion iwi.iuv (:an, T..w".lIlp! '_"ly""U U'M I EVERETT HOUSE S.IR.ITODASPIIIly, X. 1'.
,, ,r. ,' Mfr ii fij'T, :fff > inx widthformerfby) the after years of! miutli,.Itaintn. \.Irly.n". e ((11M. text ; clients north ,

I' ";,l'"t' 1,1I'1DI\,;! ;\;: gg't..f't. 'i rr',, ,,, 'r. .' ',; Imll.in Uiver, making It a II 1 scientific research by nun l 11..1".1 aixt. ).Uirpo mm(l.t tlftve yanlitt, (111yard.thoiioe/ ), ftouth., tlioncetuuit run Thln'hcnutlfil family hotel will open" for Iho li'th' HnnHon, tinder. the name

,"OJ' it. 'ere" '<'I\fI'1\ {! 'Y ( delightful Mummer re [ Dr. Kilmer the eminent Imniliv.l. and. tlIp ate IftSlM.r.Iti// tln-iu'B matalxtythror nuiniiKeinent, on Juno bt. t\HH>.
ilJmfiJ, 'i" i4, I!. ,;: [ sort. Constant cool kidney and blad- ll!''* txn/x l to I..llIt..r bt l iilmili"K, Now has been
+ I -';..- ocr snot lot t'oiiijiiiilnic two(al>stern. niora' or li>... plumbing:, with too Intent Improvements) )put In throughout
t' ""r :,. ; j'" RjA ';, .:?, :";: breezes from the sea and I successful In specialist and: Is Alm lot In tllal" and Omntv .aronwaul. .ile.norllwd the entire hotine, un.llt bus aMp been newly 111'11111..11\1111 reftirnlHluid.!

l.n I (, "" U'. .... J i I ''; '" bay. Flowing sulphur wonderfully promptly curing ax folliiHt : ('..."I) P"'hllt WMilhwintoornvr Tha Ill'OUIIIInndlliPr two htindu-d! guvsta (flit; ii'iiNinmblo"' luten' ) and has'
9 lama back kidney bladder uric acid or
i'i I n : J".k i : trou NM'tluutwenty.rnMllrtuwnltlptwrn: -
summer live\ hundred
tt; spilngs. Special: feet of uliiuly please,
;yt Mt bles and Bright's Disease, which Is the worst ty rote (:'U, .,nili. Knia| thirty,live (;W/ ), >MI.I,
).. t: .. rate lliem-e. ant| i-lylnjr (WianlH. tliunvn, north >viMHjwiviMi Tho location, oppoHlto Wlndmtr Motel on South lUondwny Is ono of the.best
of trouble
form
-_.. ._ kidney and a half (Irhu) varils; tli. ni-" want In 111'ltllll"RIUI" only ono block (from all tho 'llndl'nllll\IInIC'\ | ".
Dr. Kilmer s Swamp-Root Is not rec .olRlity (11.1' )unlx, thanes. ".."IlL K..vi>nlvi...vtnanil
For other addroHS
-- -- ommended for every thing but If you have kidney a half ,(7J y,1 1 >'anl.. 'OI..III.r lMiliiiiliii| toinm ttiul l'"I'Ih'uhu'' ,
Tltusvlllo HoardingHouses.Mims' liver or bladder trouble It will be found and Iona cuiitalniii|" ono' wd fraction stew, muroor. I1. b\(. SUAUKX, SaintoRi SpilnRH, N. Y.

Just the remedy you need. It has been tasted JOHN IIKMIY:
In so many ways In hospital work In private 2lBpp-H"t toI".I1\tllllu'r.i '
elICI'XUS': HlMCINfJS.1:
the too ----- ,
practice among helpless poor to purchase ,
House --- --- --- ------ --
Boarding> TITUSVILLE, FLA. relief and has proved so successful In l.tlllIlIll4"loller'l'1" Nnle.UYIi .
every case that a special arrangement his Clarendon
been made by which all readers of this paper Clarendon Springs House and Cottages
Pleasantly situated within short distance of Hallway Station. Special who have not already tried It, may have a U\ l AM: BVVlnn'KOK. A FINAL SprlnKM, Vt.
lament nf form'ltmurtf and "Ie.| initrrtMl In
attention given to Ladies. Transient rates reasonable. Special weekly sample bottle sent free by mall also a book tlm (Irunlt,, fouitof tin) K v.. lli ,lu.U..tal l lCircuit Located bountiful valley in tile town of Clnroiulon among tho Rroon hills
or monthly rates. telling more about Swamp-Root and how to of loriilH'. ,fur Ihrvarvl'aunty.In a OHIIKHwhurvln
Kilnin d. .. Vermont nt nn elevation. of 1'JtM:! ) cot abovu the levol of tilt IItn. throe milesfrom
dins C. N. ?MIMS Proprietress. find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. ilnlniiiitii' and ('linn lieu, i.1..I'Mr.and 11. Jr.I I', ,Huyiira rx KxvenMrof seen+ Weat 1 Rutland :;Station on thn It. A 11. R'y Tliolr location la very accoftl-l.ble

When writing mention reading this generous tux Yx1: ate of C linn, (tloiMlipur' dwnuiwd, vt.al.ro from tho prominent cities of New Knjhm.llln.1 Now York, bring only seven
offer In this and -- drtondwrtNlxlll. Nrllat inlilla nnulliin
paper hours from New Yolk. A. TAYLOR
JACKSONVILLK.Merritt's : send address front of ihu (cinrt llonxe it Mir, at Tltimvlllx, Manner.
your to ;;
Inrlda, diirlnn tau li'ttul boon of ode upon tuo
Dr. Kllmer&Co..Blng- r'1 H d, FIRST MONDAY: IN OVKMHhIl: "' ; A.. 1>. 1IWO\
HIM > IUNONVIIM\: ( (!,
hamton N. Y. The
fifty cent and nuimnt B to; the lilclit'Kt. and, bent,. i bidder for raiili the f..l- ____ _____ '__h ___ .._ __ _ __._ ___ ___ __
regular .
OLD OAKLETON) ..... mi -nonR owiitc| .1.'rllll..1 rwnl ehtitti* ultimtail In llm
Hotel Rathbun dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists. veal, (''''11I1)', Hui-lcln, nt trwklml u. fawn: '
JIKNDKU.SONVILLK: :
New Hint I"'MI" of led, iuiintii nnu ll!Dai'nunllntf l \to 'I.'IIE 'YI I l/ Irl 1 I K N. (u.
J j J *
the tlovHrnnimit In '
Jacksonville, Flo. miry 'lowiinlilp twiiuyIIM H > (polixntnh: ) of Kanita thirty-nix CHI:\ ) 10:1..t, InHwtlini

Market and Bay Streets, fronting St. Johns River. Amciioan plan Food r Ttint fttrnwbvrrlr Ifrrd.Strawbmlos the 1 went tirin:book: : >n1V uf( Indian; noinmemtlnir' HIxThlrh I tta I In \point Ihr I hini-.mi: Open ,all the year Altitude :l.MO> fret The iliyimt rlinnito In North' Carotin

draw tbp ilri'il and 1I..e(iwi.l) fM't South ..llhe uni'tlon linoh
ELECTRIC ELEVATOR, Street Cars from Depot pass the door. heavily on ...tniM>ii 1I..lh.. ton (!IUI mid nitm-n (III., run jolt llnlcH. Twenty-live autos. h.II'"IlrullCl'uVlOne liundrod and twonty-flve
side of potash ami nltro ;l'I1. the former .....pt lean mid piitnt. on Ihu Month linn of (Hrn.
Family[ hotel ; steam heat. OPEN YEAR ROUND. Cafe and Oiill constituting about two-Ilfths of the entire T. 14" 1111' I"t. to H point in the ITHUT of the bedrooms, Kloctilo': lights Ktnam: h..at. Klevator. Tennis aonit. Hall room.

rooms attached Florida trade especially catered for. Rates from ash. Any ft-rtIll/era used oil strawberry MillliU.Ihoiu't| 'town'.."nIY; I ihu Itonil.,...,"t'r..r IIH loi-atvd'xxidrundloa(. II..... Hlh.I..III.paint Mineral\ Springs: llalh moms. '1'on-pin alloys, All modem ounveiilenco

should l be rich on H linn uiiv hundred I anil llvo ftml MIIAniintli
plants relatively nlxtj )
$2.50 to *t. per day Special Summer rates-rooms BOc, 75o and *1 with bathe tliuiiiH,,, exit on Kulil lum to thu .IndliiuKlfr For fin'I hop Ilirol lO"t Inn and rates, itddronN
In both and nitrogen. Chemist
yotash; tliHiieo utxnndrrtn ilia rtr nliore north
'Bus meets all trains. C. A. MERRITT Lessee. O. ,y. Shaw would miKKPHt tlm! following wurdit. to the plum ur I'nlu..r roniininc't>ni"i.t. 11AHDKN: ,@ WIIKKI.KH, Tropiletors llenileisonvllln, X. C.

combination nod amount per acre: M. A.. MOKllAN, No consumptives taken, Special rates for June.
ConiuilKHlonnr:: ,
WINDSOR HOTEL. Nitrate of soda ::2tX pounds. muriate of flKO. M, Rlllll\S| - -'--r-----
.. JACKSONVILLE FLA. potash :250:: pounds! ; dlsMolvt-il, boor, 1I..lhllt..r Inc 'n".lIln..I"" | Aoo''niiTTN

20O pounds. : No scientific\ fijle cnn bo
laid down In thla mutter of feitlllzors .NoHe' Hotel ImperialI'\ )..I'O'JII: ,', X. C,

as condition> are so variable, but Uiofarmer

,,, should use his Intelligence In ('IIU'ITr rnritr OK TIIK' RKVF.NTH: ..inX Talilo and nervleo Ilrxt-olxnr. Hull room and, oirli ntnt. Math suites'
11..1, : applying the general pTluclpK1 to his ,,
ilnliil l It'l-
Iri'int of t'lorldii. In and for !
7 1 conditions. yard. \ ('..n"I)'. In t'hainiry.Killth and. all modem appointments Modernlu. rates: mid 1 h|>eclal rates to

F -.- :. TlimmiH, 1 fiimlllps. Apply to M IIH, 1'. II. LOVE.NKW .
I + Flornl Votr. -\'!*, -- V Kill for Dlvorvn.Clmrl .
r r + I ... ( 'lliounn., I I1C -
I +._ t5r, July Is the time to {plant manias If
/ 'Hiliir, ilia nllliliivlt\ of K. .1. R'obh.
a| |>< | liy : \'OUIC, X. V
f i 3 it I :; I sfj] ,,, "x the bulbs can be obtained that early ullultor/ tur thn iiiiiiliilii.inl" | .. In flit almvn I'llllt.lml ,
r A' oiinw', 'hutehdnud' ''wt.l'hurlxN'rhumnx, --
,> { Carnation plants may still be grown In a nuu. -rexluxut, of l In Hint. of N'I+n'Idxand
a.n x+E .iT P,fi out of doors by setting slips' lu bed> In Unit, ",.hlll'I.., Hunt l I. rote HID HU' of twenty
nn" yrxrx, mid I Inn, MHimt hi-lwvim ho. la In'I'uw. Southern Hotel
early July.Dusting. kriiev, AliU'mim, I''. H A., anil there In no |pntxun NE\V YORK, N. Y.
with sulphur or spraying In the Mum of HiirliM,' norvli. or a itiih|"ixiiia ,
upon ulioiii would hind nn|1.1| ilori'iiiliint.\
with bordciius will check the mildew It la therefore. ordered fluff the uld/ ilefentlantIn
on the roses. am,imr, lu aiiHwtir thu hill of tii>"niiiilnt| In :illltli Stieet: nnllIrn..lwA1.. Now' Yoik, X.' Y. ,
OPPOSITE CITY PARK OPEN THE YEAR ROUVD.
the auiivoviiUlluil' + ciuiHf, open. HID
RATES, $2.50 and upward. DODOIS & CULI.ENS. Canna "Bobs" la a new vnilety of IMtOMCKY: IIUf\ S., !Malingers
lu'h08 FIRST M OS MAY IV Novltan'IR, A. u., imxi I,
dwarf type growing about IS I
tall with dark until foliugo and yellow thu ..limit bulnir tar arch ,Buy of nail,, "innntli. at
the illli'U or the ulmk, of NNId| uonrt Mt 'Illuii-
WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE flowers. vliltt. 1I""r,1, l'onnty KinrliU" .
FLA. : and I It U liinliur onli'rml. hut tha ..r"I.r..r" pub If You Have Not I
Petunias, It crown, long stalky, : llratlun. lin |1."hll.hR.lln the KAI'r oAitr Auvol'A'I'x .
can be pegged down and covered with l a iifwiiiuit|"rr |>nlilli huil 'In '1'II"nlll..llr..,
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened earth like verbenas. vuiil, .kN.oniily, Klotliln' for four oonxxruWve

this season. Fine cooking and /good table. Hot and Cold Water For Into blooming MOW mignonette wtx I lame' and. ..r.I..IRt Tltnnvllln, llmvanl, Conn.

minutes from wharf All\ the middle of July In deep rich Boll, ( I ty. Morlilu, IhlMUril day of Urtutmr, Found What You Want.
Baths, Elevator, eto. Five any or depot. I S HKAU J A. U., limn.'
giving ample space for each separate l __ ( A. A, rUKWAIIT
street cars pass the door Rooms Tide, 7": o and $1 a day. foams and I'lurk Iniiilc; Court.; .
I'nnHles now be sown for
plant. may .K..I. WKIIII,
board $3.00 to $2nO per day. late blooming. They will often blossom HolK lior for fmniilalnant." Mx'4NuNDlnxfrr'a
For Home
down and look
a suppose') yon) take a hip at our
Mrs. A. .WALKER, Proprietor after early fl'OlitH.J'.hloD -- ------ --- --------
Fruit and Uardon Lands. along thu
Nnle.UNnER .


In Paris cherry color ICctioM.Is the mod. !It : ANII HV VIKTI'B!: OF A nJoTIIK& East Coast
Duval Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. +rm'liiimr and coin "n..r..II" tha 1 Ir ;
looks piiitl<'iilnrly beautiful' In
chine or MIII muslin .especially<< when of Florldii. for. llruvard Connlv.ln ".."... llwre. .
iliipHhilli-it' -arhrrolnlK. hrrwullJr.lx| lionidalnunt ,'
In minute
Opposite postoffioe. Centrally located. Thoroughly! repaired and re the Rklrti are arranged/ anil John 1'. Dflmiwy, rtNl!., are datHiiiUnt bottlers arn (locking lnbut; still Iheio Is mom. 1 If you are
plaits with n line of passorjenterle on *. I x III Null!! nt ,pnlillii. anntlon, 'In front,,
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted one.Lace of Iho Court llmma 'iliMir' at Tltnn'llia' Hcirlihllni looking this. way, drop, u line tu
every < Ing the l In Kul hoiira of null, on the
Rates $2.50; per day and up. colored) gloves are le dernier! crl. ,
JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rrlIVIt'.PfPllldt'nt|
II.V.. SPERUY Proprietor. FIRST MONDAY! INIVP.MPRit' A. Ir, IIJlIfI, ,
the suede<< dyed to exactly the peculiar
tint of old la('('. They are very becoming to tha I lilKhmt.diwriliad! nnil: tout rout Mddor mtut for nltimtp ranli::1 l the In' following tax LOIlllA) KAHT eOMI1'.1'

( to the hand softer looking than Cdiintr of llrxvanl anil,, Htala of Y'larldxritt.. c '
ST. AUGOHTING ITL.A.
C'I"u"'I"1t, + eta polntidx. hll"lr8.11I1I.1, .I"y ,
The Traveler's Hotel. dead) 1VII IP. fret "urh fmm, meander o..r"11 of. Mr'rtlnnNIslerrn .
That It Is a MI'IIKolI'orlare Is undoubted. : uul. rouHernehrnra ru""I"1t wo.t WNubdivlxtnn
.
Ilno 1..lw""n tut. one xnd runt fine
It may be as an entire rote or on a Guest .part IIr ''u' 0"."y"n" Ium'brA. fxxq uu, +rxar
parasol or as n boa or cravat or applied Ixxx, thxnre runtth nn rxld Ihtx them bundrod Prepared
lIrR. y. GARCIA, Proprietress. null tlllriv liwb, 1.1 Iflicn runt uw lgnk UL AIIIIIMIHlvrr. .
ns Insertion on foulard or muslin, thKiiua north N'n hank of raid l river.
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. but somewhere, perhaps everywhere 'hru.III..I.e.I..1) I.. ,irty I..et, and to the .pnlnof
'lieiilnnliiiri I and onnlRlnlnir nix mireii ", ...to fIr
Eloctilo Lights, Electric Bells, Complete Service. there It IH.Poulard. l lto..,anil iM-liitf a frui-tlonal part of cwt frantlon. 2 and 3-plV '
for general all around allot /Onn, Hri'tlon fourtrvn. Townnlilp thirty,
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN' FLORIDA gowns /Houth I It '''ge tlilrtj-eiuht' :Oifr'y.s.; Asphalt and Roofing
wear ore the most useful of all the Rea l>. 1? ,

:;:},i -"rake car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Traveler's. son's roxtiimes. HN>clal Muster Gravel --
""::0. M. noillllNS.
Hand painted gowns arc one of the 1\-./ \ r..r'omlIRln.nt.|, ftorfjnovClianeery : .
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JACKSONVILLE FLA. elegant fashions of the season. -

HOTEL' OXFORD, Opposite St. James Hotel. "All p'!atte" hats are much .worn : Halo.UNUR1t Building<< and Lining 1'apcrg,
with thin gowns by young wom n

nrrrenlent. ; to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and Very wonderful are the several bows Oil

tiomellke, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant Introduced on the toques and hats. .A..'sn loniira HV and VIRTI'K nala ..u..r",1 OF A In nM'IIF Ilia 4''Irnull : Roof Taints, Creosote ,

slap Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford trial when In Jack some triform some wheel shaped, all Court of tha Hnvmith. .,...111,1, i'Irani
sonville. of Florida for liravanl County, In a teens thrra- JHack) ] Varnish etc
MRS. D[. O. FINLEY, Propr. Important. In depending, wliircln/ Mlimr W. I'lmir..a In onioplnlnant ,
The bolero Is an oft repeated talc, yetIt .and Mary K, Bowman ,In dMfpndnnt.will I
nail at iiiililloanrtliin, In front of thatmirMourn l
(Is ever growing In favor The Ilnsnlan Write for Catalogue Samples Prices etc '
Corner Duvnl and Clay Streets, JiMir, In 1'I'u..III., lorlda, upon the i
the version with Pflrlalennes. -
bolero! Is
GLENWOOD HOUSE JACKSONVILLE' FLA. FIRHT MONOAY IX NOVE.MBKR, A. I)., Mm, jt
admitting of the modified looseness dnringthe lap I honraof tnlnanAtethshl h- THE ARMITAGE; .. 1NU' G C O., 1 I

at the upper part of the figure, ext and 1 Ixxt bidder. for eaiih. the: following r:|rw I I

Rates $L30:; per day; Special rates by the week or month.; (Joo
table.. Hot and cold water baths, etc. Ten minutes from Depot ted at the waist. The bolero Is universally t the Town of MHllMMirna' ,mtourdlntf:: tu the pinnfnild
becoming:; to slim figure. ; town rm-ordnd In tha>CI:Imk'N nioa oHravaril
and Postoftice. County; nalil. land. h..lnir In fownnhl
tw e.ntylKht (IVII, Houtli; llniitfe thlrty-MTen ,I'Sli.: i
Mm. CARL C. CURTIS, Proprietress HOW'H Thin Eu'- pLANT SYSTEM.i

FBKIiKRK'K A. MOIUIAV' ,
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1'AIJLO II ):.\CII. an venue of Catarrh thaw cannot be :(). M. ROItlltN1, "-
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. I xrdlrlnrfor (:V>m 1.11110""". wl2lio: '" l

F. J. CII1I1I:1'.t:: : Co Props., Toledo, O. The OrentTliroiiKli Car Line from Florid.-' Cunin-otlonn: 1

Ocean View Hotel PABLO BEACH, FLA. We, the undersigned, have known F. Notice.Nutlrn To the East tin: all rail. The Atlnntlo hart Linn, via Charleston Richmond ,

J. Cheney for the text 13 yenrn, IIII l believe and l Washington. The Muutliein/ Railway, viII avannah, Columbia ,
him perfectly honorable In all business l t. hxrrltv f Ivan that on the Iota day ofOftolicr and Waghingtrn 1,
The Hotel Is located close on the Ocean front. East Coast Railway now transaction and financially able to A. I U. I'"). I hall apply I 4r Hon. l>. /.. ,

controls and performs the service between Jacksonville and Pablo Beach cal ry out any obligations made/ by their r.aiililnii attend i:; :,oniity atcba iltl In<:0'rl'"lIyll"of llm 1: Gnmqlud, Ylnrldxfarutthrteltr x. of. To the West t ThaMoiitUern! R'y .Ia l Jennp, Atlanta and, CIiBttanooK) The L A: ',

Trains hourly, low rates of fare, and a commutation ticket will be placedon firm. tnmtll the fullowlim ilmM-rllwd land. In X, via on1Iluntery.. 1'lieMiiilliern Jl'y vl.i Knvannah', Columbia I

sale on opening of the lIe llOn. The cuisine and table IlreE-claxs. Fresh Went *: Traux:, Wholesale Dnisurlsts./ unit' tiiM,. property to-wlt or an Infant, for bin M. lt.y.nold arid Asherllle. The M A (l !"', viII \fool".mClry.To .
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Fish Clams and Fish Chowder every day. The bathing pavilllon Is su- Walling, Kinnan A' Marvin Wholll- nx Kln at a (HWC on tax went. hank or Ir.dUn the East t via Sreamahlp. VU Ha anrmh and CWau; N Co for New' fork
axle Druggist. Toledo! O. Hirer, wmrUu/ Bonth a ileir-. 4.1 mlii Kant and I 1'Jlladelplrla| and lloaton. vU ttavanouli and 3Iercbant.lIo..rl:
parlor In Its appointments Meals 50c! each, $:!. per day. Weekly rates, VII fort Blunt from the Northaant n Hall' Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, (etrxxrtlnnlr.TmrnNlupaxxmta ; Kanicall, Transportation Company for lialtlmure.
$IU to $1 l, according to location of room. Rooms enaulte and single acting directly on the blood anti mucous tr...t; thanra ran want V Hoax IIn... theiicaontti To Key Weat and Havana, via I'ort'famps and Peninsular Occidental Steamship

A. b[. DECK, Manager. surface of the system. Price TJC. per un ranita Wui, II.Una Tanrra to a'pr". land.., at tax thxnre-NC nortbwawtinrnar toa To Nova Hcolln, Cape Kreton and l'rlare Kdwards Inland' via beacon and Canada/ ,

bottle; sold by all druggltts. Testlmun-\ pout of on want hank of Indian)ftlvar. tliannaenntlnna AtU'illo arid Plant Mteumahlp Hue for Halifax, Uawkeabury and Charlottestowo.
- lair bee cant t" thawalornf tha rlvr thancaiu

ST. AUGUSTINK. Hall's Family rills are the be.t. >rth. ..'1.. oiaand...rliir the the walrr'redaent starting |*.,lntfthxma ohsrNartaawnnulueetulof ; "VV'rN'T3iJrt.: :: TOUrl.XSTS TrOUIDTSwill : : :

want to tlw .point of baiflnnlDK/ ooitlainln be on sale throuiehoiit the Northern' Eastern, Western and Southern States to

AUGUSTINE' FLORIDA. Notice.VrOTICE It trrot. T. A. TAI\tA'I.!' all KLOKIDA ICK.SOKTM/ / via the Plant Kstem, during' the season of )lNNI-1I11/1.llm.
FLORIDA HOUSE AilmlnlntraUir' Katata. f.ort.>'lnM. Ited l to return until May ;Ust, with liberal atop-orer prhlltllaellin Florida.Adilrensns .

Ifl HEREHV: : MIVKJf THATO*" MOVN RaynolilK, Br, tlacaaiwd.Una. of (parties the north sent to the undersigned) 111'11be\ liberally sup
Centrally located. Passenger elevator. Steam beat. Porcelain bath. .i{ day. April Int. laol, I b ll |>r-Mnl mytKuoant : M. R I xxtwn.AtWraeyerrAdmlo4tra4r! plied with Information and handsome advertising matter. I,
fur anal iwttlenmnt, and oulf l"'p.IlotC: :
Rate .2.00, *2.SO and $;1.00 per day. Open the entire year.. Liberally tot my li"hc an xlmlnl.trmcrlx of tad.*. W. B. DENHAM (ttenri Hupt'rlntendClnl, 8av.ooall, Oa.

condncted. Capacity 2./).. More than Fifteen Thousand Dollars was t UM:+wetrJuAgeot of Sa'han imvuil-end.ro.' l County. "_,M Titu.Tlll,. tn tha, :,!r Subscriber, your attention Is drawn F. M. Jolly, DI.fllonPa.llenItPAjtent.( I,

expended this summer on this hotel. Every modern Improvement that i'WrtJ.. SAR4II If.Oro. PAL 1DFRA: to the nam- rjl-
Health Comfort and Pleasure of lu One.Ui bM been M. Romiixa. Admlnimmrlx.Adoracy your paper or wrapper. If you are Inarrears B. W. WrCnn
contribute to the pisses remit. Passenger Traffic Manager, 8a anoab, Oa.EAST .
F. C. HAYDEN, :Manager.: tot Adnlolitrmtrlx. I0 -Unittro ,
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R 'I BIRTHDAY, WEDDING COUNTY PROCEEDINGS COMMISSIONERS I S. W. CARROLL VT. E. GOLDSMITH. E: L. :se: .:c'Y d<:, seO.:: ,

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Carroll & Goldsmith: -DEALERS IN- .
TlTUSVILLE, Oct. 13, 1UOO.)
il+ Anniversary Presents. ,
The Board of County Commissioners -Dealers In- GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD'PRODUCTS,
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Florida. 1 1'resent: J. U. Walker, chair. VVe deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all constimers. -

\ JEWELERS, man; J. Mendel, Wm. II. Sharps It. A. Crockery Glass and Tinware. Your Patronage Solicited. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.

,! JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Conkling, J. N. Waller, A. A. Stewart, TITUS VJLLE. FLORIDA. E. L. BRADY A BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.

,li It t I II clerk; J. I' Drown, sberifT. The follow. -- -- -- ---- ---- --. -- 0....._ __. '__'___ ___ _
business wan transacted :

I .THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,,, The registration books were examined FLORIDA OSTRICHES Protect Your FIRE
Robbins & INSURANCES
Graham
and all persons not entitled to hare their Co.

; Brewing Asso's names on them were struck off, the Nearly all the ostriches have returned Property Against ,
i names to be published according to law. from the north the
to ostrich farm at (Incorporated.) "
The following persons were appointedto Jacksonville. all LIGHTNING: : nci: YCJLON 5.I .
They are looking In
I'I'I 111 Famous St. Ixuls, Keg and Hot. act an Inspectors and clerks of the PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.;)
excellent condition with the
I i exceptionof represent all the. leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Life
\ tied lleer.I election to be held on November 0, IttON! ):
I Precinct No 1-L A Coleman, F A the chicks which were hatched at I This company ownszs.rras Insurance Company. Am also Agent; for /Surety Bonds of the City
Bold by Men. IxiHley Motlow, Strahan Saratoga, and they seem to have suffered Invest /Safe Deposit A Surety Co., of Philadelphia Pa.
:, Tltimvlilo, Kla.By Harry ItobcrUi" T A Johnson, in transit, and looked peaked and tired I x :: :: ,
Mr. It. I/ Motlow Cocoa Fla. jr, clerk. after their trip, but are all right now For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CIIAS. S. SOUUYLER,
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My Mr. Fort W .Tucker 1'Ierco, ,Yla.I Cocoaond. Precinct No 2-J C Jones, O F Duren, after rest. Five birds were, hatched In the Indian River Country" ; On the St. Titusville Kla.
Geo bcobie/
I I t A Cleveland clerk. out at Saratoga, and they were the greatest Lucie River; at New River and on DaY'BI"cayno.
Precinct No 3-J D Hatter J P Saw.
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; attractions at the exhibit The birds
I I JOSEPHZAPF telle Wm E Faber, II F Kent, clerk. are beginning to lay again They have Prices to suit the times. INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
Precinct
No 4-11 8 Williams Fred
never discovered that they are north of Send] for Land List.
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Sole Fisher, A Z Dixon, E P Porcher, clerk. the
Agent. equator and so their habits in the TITUSVILLE FLA.
Precinct NoD J Stewart, W J New Offices at Titusville and Miami, Fla.
'r bits W II II Gleafton Goo F Paddison egg business are the dame as .If they Is prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked 1 or loose. Special attention
: II i West were still In South Africa. Instead of
010 to 020! Street
: Bay clerk
:1 laying' In the spring, like wellregulatedbirds GEO. M. ROBBINS, F. A.. MORGAN, paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair deattng Is my; motto.T. .

I i JACKSONVILLE, FLA. L Precinct A Peek C No F 0-8 F Glbbs A Goode they continue to wait until the President. Actuary. T. WETMORE, Proprietor. ,
I Campbell, clerk.
fall, and then make their nests and
Precinct :No 7 Ueo II go Brevard Abstract of .
Washburne C to housekeeping.The Title Co. -- -

Choice Tornell)), F M Foirest, gvedellns/ clerk. farm Is alive with birds of, other ,
Precinct N 8-W C Braddock, F Fors- WILL FURXISKAbstracts
WinesLiquors varieties. The golden pheasants have ROBT. L. MOTLOW
to ter, II B Howard B F Hardesty, clerk multiplied as also have the silver and of TitleFOR ,

and Cigars. Precinct No 9-A CDittmar 0 F Olm- other pheasants. The Increase In the COCOA and FLA.
stead, J M Bell, A M (Sample clerk. TITUSVILLE
Guaranteed Pure. anima life has not been BO great except; LANDS IN
r Precinct No 10-T V Moore C A Robinson with the Florida deer. In the deer .
Sold at reduced H W Richards, T J DeSteuben, there ore five fawns, tame and pretty pen Brevard County.Office Four full Quarts Whiskey DELIVERED 83.20
I I clerk.
II price pets with the children and the older under Law Office of

i Precinct No 11-( W Drowdy S A folks. __ __ __ 0_ '__ ______ __ .. __ .
In.port..dTokay GEO. M. BOBBINS
!lair :t.IV Knight' Win Sloan clerk. ,
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-ji Win, Quite a number of birds and animalsare .
Precinct No I 12-F C Poppel! (1 Roberts TJTUSVILLE:, FLA.
being added to the above favorite re-
from Italy. L B Dawson, Wm Reams" clerk. sort. A Is late addition
young coon a Jas. Pritchard c& Son.
v John B. Precinct Nu 13-Filtz Uulrlcb, Peter and he has lots of fun with the squirrels.
Togni, Wlttfeld' A Chambeis A B Carter, clerk Mr. Taylor has also bought two. tine East Coast Meat Market

t Metropolitan Saloon, 12J: East Bay St Precinct No J4-Ueo W Schuyler W. Australian kangaroos fur the farm, and
K Sander, Jalma Laphani, M /S lIam: they are expected In Jacksonville about 0. F. DUREN; Agent. :
Deal.sJc JD.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. clerk __ .__
the list of November. Tills will be the
Wbot.ente and Kotall... Precinct No 15 -N N Penny, J H Ho- fore-runner of a herd of kangaroos. 113:: :::9c

,, gun, W E Chandler, J T llnod, cleik. Mr. Carlton II. Barber, who has been -:::>

Precinct No 18-J W irlHU, Win Wat- In charge of the ostrich farm during the U2ct- -cy-

IIOTELS BOARDINGHOUSES ton, L A Taylor, E H Nauman clerk. absence of Mr. Taylor, says business has :
Precinct No 1H-W L Fruntz, L S Kl- Hardware
been good all the summer. In fact, the rv r sy
AND OTHERS. dred, W. E. siaeger, Wm 11 Taucre, clcik. Florida Ostrich Farm in becoming more ,

Precinct No 11*-Peter Bertlvsen, J M.Herndoo popular every day. Visitors to Jacksonville ,
W K Walker L Juigeusen -
t should not fall to visit,It.
clerk. ...,
I Precinct No 20-J N Chalker S A-Os- C m
I teen, It B Stewart J X Verner, clerk. CHURCH NOTICES. -'- -y Box 212

Precinct No 21-I P Christensen J MOrrel -==y:: mH -
71TITUSVILLE
II Iarson, A Christensen, cleik. Rev A. C. Slrdefleld will preach at d
Precinct No 2j-E C Walker, S T the Methudist, church, Georglana next FLORIDA. Titusville., Fl.oJida_
If want Frmh and Salt ,
Ireen you Turtle. ato., KO to H. 11.water MELTON.VI..Ov.t4ra.Wholesale Hughes, W II WlgHeld, F C Clifford, Sunday morning and evening. -- -- ---- .
and. Itntall. Flali and. Ojiiter IVunpany foot cl..rk.At. ------ --- --- -- --- ---------------- -
.r Uuaau it,anil City Market,JaukMmrllle, Fla. a Democratic convention, of which Services In the Presbyterian church rrlu' rJIi.e'VJiywily --a i - next Sunday as follows: Mioday schoolat
TUoi.
M. Palmer was chairman and L. --
certified ::4.V a. m., preaching at -730p. ra., Iff
The n.-e"vcl.Y: W. Zim secretary, and by the J. A, Hughes, pastor. KILL YOUR MOCKING BIRD The Opportunity may come to few or many to Inspect aI' a!
Secretary of State, the following II111
persons with| stale food, when you can
I .UO Went St were chosen to go on the election ticketto Rev. J. E. Stickler will preach at Mlms buy the Southern Home Mocking Bird I' choice assortment of Fall 1i I
Day Jacksonville
be voted fo..on November
6, 1IHX: next Monday morning, and at the Methodist Food fresh every day at 250 per lb.; sent
''I FINE Presidential electors-John /S Beard, church Titusville, it '7 p. m. Rev. anywhere lUo extra to pay freight. NOVELTY DRESS GOODS
William II Ellis, Martin L Williams/ J A. D. Penney will preach the Meth- i i: ,

Wines Liquors and Cigars Hllbnrn. odist church, Titusville, at 11 a. m. All WHY suffer from CHILLS A FEVER

For Governor-William S Jennings.; are cordially Invited.Archd""con when you can get a bottle of Black and Colors, such as Poplins, Crepons, Satln-Solcll, Venetians, ,
''For Secretary of State-John L Craw- Thomas' Chill and Fever Tonic, guaranteed -
i Aabeueer-Buacli Extra Pale on Draught.Fine B. F. Brown will bold divine rocure for 600. I,I Iin ON SALE THIS WEEK. Will you be one ?

Cold Lunch Served Dally. ford.For service at St. Gabriel's church, Titusville -
AttorDoy.GoDeraJ-WlIllam B La-
The best of Service and pleasnnt quiet mar. next Sunday at 11 a. m., with WHY suffer from a splitting HEAD- I Chas. A. Gardner Titusville. Fla.
j and ACHE, when can get a bot- ,
sesort. JOHN K. MUNCH, Mgr For Treasurer-James B Whit Held. Holy Communion; at /St. Mark's you
church Cocoa at 7:3U: p. m. tle of Thomas' Headache Cure, that will
For Jumpr.roller-Wllilam II I Keynolds. cure you In short order for lOc jut Furniture,. Dry Ooods, Shoes. JJ
For Superintendent of Public Instruction -
CANCER -William N. :Shouts Monument. to Kx-Oovornor ]> II. I R. THOMAS, .
; :: rew. feS
CURED at HOME.;: For Commissioner of Agriculture Chemist & Druggist. La Villa Pharmacy. ea in g> 3 < a-- I

B McLin. Jacksonville, Fl.. :
Editor Kant Count Aduncatf :
NO KNII'Ur.; NO I-AIN.Btmil Justice of Supreme Court-Francis
for free book Adilrami, B Curler Hon. Flank Clark, chairman; of the

Cancer Sanitarium For Railroad Com mlsaloiier-John L Democratic Executive Committee of the I The Bicycle Hospital GAY '
Morgan.At[ State, has taken steps to have erected In
''I BELLEVIEW FLORIDA the of Jacksonville'
T city a monument to I
Democratic convention of
which
a BROTHERS'GROCERS.
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'the memory of ex-Governor Geo. F. Is where wheels. of all descriptions' are
W. &1. chairman
and .
Holloway C I
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S Noble und cel'Liliod Drew To this end the aid, of the varlous repaired on I the shortest notice, at
secretary, to by
-, NEAR A TAYLOR the /Secretary of /btuto:: Kobt. W, DavU county executive committees has moderate charges.
was nominated as Representative from been sought I shall be pleased to receive Up-to-date wheels for hire ut all times. .

t ; the seoond : 1 couirlbntlons from any who wish
r "I Congressional district
,. Artesian Well At convention! held! by the Prohibition to honor the memory of ex-Governor We make a Special Feature of our

party, of which J. A. llooicl was Drew In this

.i I chairman, and K. L. }Fever secretary, way.W.. L. HUOHLETT, Mail Order
a I I t ,IfI fl'l 1.= j CONTRACTORS, and ceitlllcd to by the Secretary of State, Chairman Brevard, County Demo- Department.
ocratlo Executive Committee.
II :I !a-a Lan! Gallle Fla.YirginiaHomes the following persons wore nominated Cocoa Fl.i. Oct. 13; 19UO.
1 to have their names placed on HIP election Knowing how difficult It l Is In some localities to get GOOD* GROCERIES

u : ticket to be voted for Nov. 0, 1000: CHEAP families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them filled
For Presidential 'clon-John!: C A Large Catch of FI Ia. promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory.

Pepper, Amasa K Moore,.Francis True- We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida, and hate

blood C) II Nash. Mr. Vespy Hall, of Georgians says HOWLING & HATCHER, many articles not usually found In other and smaller houses.

At convention held by the Social the ADVOCATE correspondent, has tho 12 Lllura.'Lt'eet! .' Jacksonville.MAINHARD nr- SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST
I Democratic party, of which F. B. Stone- best luck fishing of anyone In town.
man was chairman, and E. C. Smith Two Saturdays' In succession he went to -- -

secretary and certified to by the Secretary Banana River with his cast net, and with BROS., flInvested In our Contracts
You learn all about Lands
Virginia ,
of /State the following were throw each time he
a persons only one caught
Payable $ 1.26 week -
Its resources, products mode of cultivation nominated to have their names placedon sixty oddS"II01rll'/ Choice at one throwof $ .yr per

; prices eto., by reading the the election ticket to bo voted for on the net each day He generously divided Cleaning and DyeingEstablishment U V. for 104 weeks

i Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. November ((1, 1UIM\ ( ): Presidential Electors with all his neighbors, and still Will

1 for 3 months subscription to the Ernest Untermnn William B Neeld, had plenty to spare. They are one of \ -, 12 Newnan St., Clothing Return $240.
Edwin C Smith W P Keed. our finest fish, and are much preferred ,cleaned dyed, repaired and pressed. You
Farmer Co., Emporia, Va. At a Republican convention of which by many to the mullet. If the reader of .

--" H. W. Bishop was' chairman and J. K. thin wants good sport let him come to JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF Soots, secretary, and cerlilled I to by the Indian or Banana rivers. ------
I Secretary of State, J. M. Cheney, was Fir Sale Mutual Fidelity Co.
SCHOOLS.
nominated to be placed on the election ,
Ambaaaador to
Italy.Mr.
ticket to be voted for on November 0
At the Halifax six
TITUIVILLII:, Uct. 3, 11IOe., Daytona on acres
To Hon. Alex. A. Htnwart. 1IKX), as a candidate for Representative choice hammock land, cleared fenced of Baltimore, Md.
Geo. Von. L. Meyer of the well-
Clerk Circuit Court from the second Congressional district.At .
Bin.-In compliance' !' with Hectlon .1, Chapter4RM Republican State caucus, of which known firm of Linden: Meyer Boston, and partly set with orange trees. 900. M. J. SLIGH Manager for Florida.No. .
Law of Florida, we hereby die l with youtheorlowingitemleed Is to receive the appointment of ambassador One-half cash, balance per cent.
II. L. Chubb chairman and
atatoinent of all ichmilnnney was Joseph Address S Park .
.. to Italy. This is quite an honor, Building Jacksonville, Florida.
roonUml, appropriation' made) and war- E. Lee, secretary, and certified to by the COUBTLAXD BUCKMAM
lute, lued. lor tbe mould ending the :With day Secretary of /State the following names and we congratulate Mr. Meyer who has -- -- ---.--- -- -- .
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i .f September" A. ). IIMKI.ftlWA \ visited Titusville and Canaveral Club on 22 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. ---
were chosen to bo placed on the election

'' PITULATIOS.Ilolencelntreu.uryla.treport.... . ...t \\11I1'1 ticket to be voted for on Nov. it, loon( : a few occasions. lIe is one of the leading health consult Dr. E. A. WADDELL
.. society men of Boston, and ho can If in poor Vincent
TWoaI l receipts during month. ., .. TOOT Presidential Electors-'re.1 H Wilson
name his friends by the hundreds. Mohawk\ building, Jacksonville Fla. ,
I Total......... .... .... .0. ... ... .. .. ....9 Wit Peter M Davidson, Edward t C Weeks,
Tutal warrant. paid by treasurer.. .. .,.. MIl 20 Chas F DIIPont.novernor&I. Cosmopolital Real Estate Office
eelan.rolntreesury ... NN B MacFarlane. Interchangeable. Mileage Ticket. the most peculiar and InterestIng ,
Warrant: iwiuud lift.: :4:'.:':::::. :: :.:.:.I"J :00ITCMIKD : Secretary! of /State-Gen W Allen.AttornoyGeneralFrederick VISIT sight In America . .

In tn-aanry. lust report HBCBIPTS.Italanra .. ... .( 2I'I"ron. 'rl'eaMurer-\Valt..r G Robinson.Cubberly. lit We of are October advised 11MNI that, and commencing until further the THE FLORIDA.Ostrich BUREAU of INFORMATION for CITY of MIAMI
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Tax Coll., county shout levy, I HIM. IA
.. .. .. .. 1de4. Ill \M Comptroller-John W Powell notice, the Plant System of Railways"
From Tax Tollnctor, poll tax, 1HIM.... ., ,1900rmm Superintendent of Public InstructionGeo mileage/ tickets will be recognized by tbe and Dntle In
Tax. Collector, poll tax, I Mint ......_ 1.10(1r W Holmes.Commlsaloner Atlantic Coast Line, the Richmond, Farm Co. County general. Loan and Collection Agency.
... Htate .
TreaHiirvr reilemptlon of land :Vtt! 67 :
of Agriculture-Otto C Fredericksburg. and Potomac and the
Total receipts i... .0.... .. .. .. ... ..IirKMiiicu 11II III Butterwlck. I'ennsylvanla Railroad (between Agent for the valuableTUTTLE ESTATE lands, located at Ft. Lauderdale
: Exrr..M: >.rrinu Justice of Supreme Court-II C Ciood- oo and Washington/ ), subject to QuaDtI-I' JACKSONVILLE. Hallandale, ulford, Ojus, Biscayne, Little River, Miami Cocoanut Grove
Te.chen' eelarlee.! .. ...., 34.100 ell. regulations of those linos.TUu and Cutler; also the Estate of DJI. CUTLER besides many desirable water
11 John H Hani*, anlurr onunty.ayt.. ....... 7300 frorfts; Fruit and Vegetable Lands of all sizes East
S. F. (llblm, |>fr Uleiu and' mileage. anuiemlM'r Railroad Commissioner M More. on Coast and chain of
board.. ... .. .... ... ... 1200 At a meeting of the Slate executive >Tllle 1'ublle School. 1 ir raw. G.y. to Key West Orange and Phosphate lands on West Coast
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R. H. 1111" diem
per anweaa*
ule.ii.Irboard.. ... ,..* i 00 committee of the Peopla's Party, of
J. M Non, iter diem an.l mileage 0 as which F. 11. /by:: the was chairman, andR. The above school opened for the reception For Correspondence enclose stamps. Agent for

Br mninberboar11.YirdCoHt Hank...,,.bld'H, ...bonne..('oe.at 5a400..fill A. Kelaoy secretary, and certified to of pupils on Monday morning, ARMOUR A: CO., Fertilizers Chicago, AIRMOTEK WIND MILLS, Chicago.

A U Itlttmar. ,aililltlon I to rt l-lorre No 8. 81091. :: by the Secretary of State, the following: about ninety being, in attendance on t Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI
II () Va"landlng"n. auctorial. for Cnooa.t IK uo names were selected to be placed on the that occasion. Tbe following teachersare 1 FLORIDA.
M. llHhlMrt. r4*|>alr. on Imlldtnir at 3u.. 19:11Ilit. : election ticket to be voted for at the connected with the school this term: __ _
). F Paddlaon! material fur .. ..
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f ()flbb, repair on No I I'JJoxitih ....0". .' II 1" election on November (n I, KMxi: n. L. Moon, principal; Miss Molly Parker -' xr ESTABLISHED 1875.wI .
iJaaiwy, rent of !bullillnir No :109. 300C8&ihnyler.in.0hid'gatTttn.vllle. Presidential Electors-W S Weeks, M assistant, and Miss Bessie Bryan" In
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.: 0000 O Carlton I W J Folks, Thos X Bell. charge of the kludergarden.. \,
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T W Darker, work ochool no 1, Tltuavlllo, :Nen 1 .- : .A.
4 L K IMcker material' .. .. ... 113 1wareunl Governor M Morton. -_. ::ZBOTTIE do CO.
Co HI hank lot 00 Indebtedness 14113 At a Democratic convention, of which .I'J
Ida M IMMlaon, service.. on.. uradlniraom.. .. .. 400 H. F. Atkinson was chairman, and M. S. lOdltor's.A\t'rul: Plight.F. ( .

I OH C R Cam Walton pnbllhingatatenent. ........ ..11/10:ono/ Jones, jr., secretary, aud certified to by M. Iligglns, editor Seneca (Ills.) ---...._.. .' GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS
e Tuajohnsonrgwlringfurnltur. . 710a the Secretary of State E. X. Dtmlck was News, was afflicted for years with piles
nominated have his that no doctor or remedy helped until 6 East
Total xpendlture ... ....,........... ..'111'.11 'oo! the election to ticket to be name voted placed for at the on he tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve. He We Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA.
bird.standing S to 10 feet handle
400a1gentle t1e
Nearly only bellt
and
1 election to be held November 6, 1000, u writes two boxes wholly cured him. It's blithf weighing' to Mat pound* each. Oitrlcn Com, Oats Flour most reliable SeedB of Hay
Don't throw away your money buying Senator from the 13th Senatorial district.At the surest pile cure on earth and the best oasis, .ar...... CMtrtca sitting and baby oacrlcbca dark at 'WholeaaJe., Bran, Wheat. Grtts. Meal, COttoll:: Seed 0completeboth bright ana
patent medicines. Dr. Vincent's advice a Democratic convention of which salve In the world. Cure guaranteed.Only lust batcbwl. State agents for Tygert-AlJen Fertilizer Co:
Tlnlton through the farm fitai'
Ould..ecort explaining Rraod
alone I. worth a gallon of 'cure all" 23 cts. Sold by B. R. Wilson A Son, all about the birds, then D...., habits, Boo.,NltratlO rerttlbflra-uarante8ft Soda MliriatlO of Analysis.Oran"tree and Vegetabla.rtlllr FariOraaod
atufl. Write him at Jacksonville. (continued on 4th page.) druggists plumage etc superior I. Ua.market.and a trial Potash w1U convince Sulpbate Potash.. Malnlt. .ce. T.... f.rt J..n; hays eo
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