Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: July 26, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00357
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
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LOCAL NEWS -A fine lot of new seeds at L. Camer- -Mr. Hubert MagAider of Oak Hill, Deed blanks sold at this office. BASEBALL IN TITUSVILLE. AMONG THE HOTELS. ,
one Bay street Jacksonville. in from until Tues 1 '
was town Monday -Mr. JOt II. Sams and son, Do You ---- f I

I iid Toplctt of General Interest. -Mr. W. IL II. Gleason, of Eau Gallie day. Hams of Conrtcnay wore In town yes. The baseball game: on tho Tltnsvlllo Where to stop along the East Coast. I
paid Titusville a visit on Tuesday -Mr\ Paul M. Aston one of Wave- terdny. diamond hut' Saturday between Unit See list of hotels on 7th page. I I
Gallie- aud
I THE ADVOCATE -Attorney Geo. M. Robblns left here land's pineapple growers;for time.is now stayingIn RHODES!!: THE CLOTHIER, JUST tereatingaffair. Tho ADVOCATE Is now on file at all I

$1.80 per annum, In advance. yesterday, for Sanford and other points. St.Augustine a opened up 2.. cases of new factory; the homo boys would be put In the shade the best hotels In New York city. I I
FIFTY CENTS BUYS AX ELASTIC made shoos. but later they reoovered themselves and
1.00 six months SHOE AND HARNESS REPAIRINGdone I
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: Where to spend tho summery Look at
to countries. aud G. S.Ilene SEAM full regular; made men'sIiUps.at N. of Nathan and brought; laurels to their team, the score
$2.00 per an. foreign neatly expeditiously by RHODES'. -Capt. N.l'ollny. ; the hotel advertisements on 7th page.
next to Lesley's Saloon.Mr. Mr. C. II. Nan man, of Haulover, arrivedIn standing 14 to 15 in favor of TltusvilJe. ,
subsTor the -Mr. Harry Hodgson and his nephew town yesterday.Mr. The dampness of the ball and ground Whore to stop in Tltnsvllle See Tltusvlllo
When ADVOTK - George N. Hatch Rocklodge's; scientific and ads
; Kin here prevented a more game: hotel and boarding house on j'
by the year It docs not cost you well-known and-genial; storekeeper was can Hodgson passed through W. M. Woodward expects to ran the score up as above. Cl me again, our 7th page.; I, I
roe cents per week postage included. in town a short while on Tuesday.A Wednesday saying theywere on a tripto leave here next week for Chattanooga boys; always glad for an opportunity to \

Note date of expiration printed upon NO. 70 PERCALE LAUNDRIEDMetis' New York. Tenn., where he Is going with tho intention -, how how our boys can play ball Hotel Coquina Ormond Bench Is beginning
mr paper or wrapper every week. Thisa -Capt. Geo. J. Mercler a well known of locating.; The steamer Canaveial brought up to till up with guests So ,alsois
shirt for :50cts atKIIODKS'
receipt for your money. No need Insurance man, was In town from Wednesday the Influence about 111 ty excursionists from Melbourne tho Breakers Clarvudoii Inn and Seaside
The Clothier -Some under
r us to send receipt for subscription. until yesterday when he left for of whiskey,negroes created some disturbance In Eau Gallie and other points on luillan Inn at /Soabrcey.o.Mrs. : I

ie date rives I it to you. -II. C. Sta'rck Malntmr, seems to be Daytona and Ormoud. town.I\IIn""y.:: Such ocourrenceashould River to witness the ball game. Tho :! N. L. Ward, a former proprietor I
the only pineapple on the East Canaveral left for Melbourne, 7:30 Hotel Is said
grower -Mr. K. J. Riles one of Jacksonville's be put a stop to at once. at : p. of rinclile, Jacksonville to
TUB EAST COAST ADVOCATES Is onto Coast who ban pineapple plants for sale. jeweler has returned home m.-too early to allow the excursioniststo' be doing:( a good mislness at Black Mountain
at the following news-stands at five See our !8th page. from prosperous Chicago where, he went to attenda Sentator James I'. Tallaferro has attend the dance In thu 'J'ltusvilleOlel'I N. C., where she manages. Hotel t
the thanks of tile ADVoCATE for a bourn!
nts per copyTitusvilleB.: -Mr. Wm. :SI. Brown president of the special session of the Supreme Lodgeof \ borne Mount Mitchell.
volume of the "Yearbook of the Department that the baseball
It Is expected
R. Wilson A Son. Bank'of Bay Biscxyne, left here Monday Knights: of Pythias. of Agriculture for 11)00. will have enthusiasts The Satulah house, managed; by Mr.
an opportunity to
J. B. Soreven. for Jensen and Miami. lIe return- Is
James N. C.
Rldeout at Highlands, 1
-A letter from Arthur recently witness between DcLnnd and TI.
Brown a
Jacksonville Duval hotel. game ,
home and
Chaffee
yesterday. Mr. F. S. family expectto well patronized and people speak high
News stand Union depot at Waycross Ga., states that he has leave for ,Jacksonville next week. tusvllle, on the Tltusvlll _illamoml, soon.
of this hotel In the mountains. Mr.
9 ly ,
-Mr. and Mrs Geo. F. Paddison and been confined to his bed with a bilious business with Among,; those who came up to town I
In
Mr. Chaffee will
family of Eau Gallie were among; those attack for the past three weeks but Is engage that and 'registered ut the Indian River hotelon Rldeout Is known to many residents on
_?' Reading notice ads. are ten centsr who passed through here Tuesday, on now up and again at work. the Mutual Drug Co.? of city. Saturday last were the following t the East Coast,

line on this page.; their way to Seabieeze, where they expect -Mr. W. G. Paterson of Cocoa who -Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Brelsford and K. Hodgson, JIm| King N. II. Wlllhlte Hotel Coquina Ormond-by-Sea will be

-Mr. A. L. Brnner of Georgians; has to remain some time. has been at Daytona for a time, returned family, of Palm Bench, passed through .I. N. Clair Chas. K. Dukes W. A. Corn open for guests this summer. Fine fishing -
Tenn. for here Saturday last nn route to New rt and S. V(. Smith who comprised the bathing, sailing anti driving. Rates
TIB to lliwnssee College, a -Mr. R, Wilson one of Gainesville'sprosperous home on Wednesday leaving his
ells and prominent merchants Is wife and family behind to enjoy the surf- i York and other places for the balance of Eau Gallie baseball team Also Alex J. $:J per day, *rt to fltt:. per week. Further
the summer. Gopde Melbourne John McDonald In. of I). ,II.I Matheson
; particulars Manager
expected to Join his family at Ormond bathing and cool ocean breezes.
-Secure your reservations over the Beach to-morrow Ho I -Don't that "I'eggy'SDream" dlanola; T. G. Ronald Lotus; Geo. Gin- Hotel Coqulna Ormond, Flit *
{Saturday) owns forget;
yule Line at the ADVOCATE office, Tl- -Messrs. Fred A. Morgan; and F. A. house grass RocKledge; H F.. 1 raves, Cocoa;
a tine cottage on the beach. will be repealed In the Opera next Hotel Atlantic Beach Is
roomy Continental
I
svllle. Lesley, of this place; and Attorney C. T. Monday night. A full house will bo ap- J. E. !M. Hodgson Miss A. F. Hodgson/ said be with much I
-Mr. Wm. Jewell one or Orlando's McCarty of Ankona were those Miss Bessie Hodgson. E. Taylor I II, & to meeting success
editor ; among
and
-Mr. D.E. Thompson managing preciated by the ladles of the Guild under the of Mr. W.
management Henry
prominent attorney's, was In town from who left here, Wednesday, for Daytona Booth Miss Lena Rouoh, P. A. McMillan, ; '
from '
the St. Augustine Record spent the Eastern Star. March) It Is rumored that ho will not
until to take In Free- Misses Jessie and Claudia MoMlllan
Hotel Monday Tuesday attending to the Commandery degree ,
until Sunday at Coquina
tin-day mond. nome law matters before Judge Jones. masonry. -Lawn tennis Is one of the principle Leland McMillan Miss B. Hopkins, all return to the Royal Palm next 'winter old ..
which Is much his hosts
He left here for New Smyrna and Day. pastimes In town during the afternoon, of Eau Gallie. regretted by
Mr. Tom Paine a prominent citizenSt. tona. There will, be a big practice game of. and new lawn seats have been placed on friends
Lucle, was in town a couple of ball at the ball grounds to-morrow afternoon the ground at the west aide of the Indian Tbo Prospect House. Shelter' Island
week Misses Mine and Daisy Brady entertained at 3:00. It does not matter whether FISHINGONTHE EAST COAST Island N. Y. under the
ys or so the end of last greeting River hotel for the accommodation of Heights Long ,
i friends. the Progressive Culture Club at you belong to any club or not, come visitors. management of O. L.Frlsbee, Is full and
many their home last Monday afternoon. A out The boys will meet at the post- Breeze overflowing with Tho annual
Peninsular that Man guests.
Ormond Beach is beginning,; to look very pleasant afternoon was spent In office at the above named hour and proceed -Mr. Eugene; C''. Dearborn a former The I'aoetll of the Breakers: says Seabreeze mld-.ummer ball will come oil Saturday
ite gay; with the large number of pea games and conversation, after which to the grounds. Visitors are cordially popular resident of Titusvllle! but now In ager less than mlnutis, last August 10th. This Is the event of the
; who go there to enjoy the surf-bath-' dainty refreshments were served. Invited to be present of Cocoanut Grove who, has been on a caught directly thirty In front of,the Claren week season both with the guests and the cot

; every afternoon. -Mr. Wm. A, Cozart, the crack base -Mrs. P. G. Walton who has been visit to Jacksonville, accompanied oil by don Inn and the Breakers over KK tine lagers

Secure reservations via Clyde Line ball player of Newnan Ga. who is on a visiting her grandmother Mrs. Brady here his daughter few minutes Miss Dora yesterday stopped to surf mullet. The first haul was lo. The Mr. Andrew H. Lee a former popular

amers, between Jacksonville New visit to his uncle Mr. Geo. A. Braddock on Main street for several months past a to several of his old-say"flowdoyoudo quest's supper was delayed for a time manager of Hotel Indian River, Rock-

>rk and Boston at the ADVOCATE of Sebastian wan acting: as pitcher for will leave for Philadelphia tomorrow, time trl n"s.. Dado seems to have but they were repaid by having fried ledge who Is now the proprietor of the

ice, TitUBvIJle.. f the defeated Eau Galllo, team In the (:Saturday:! ), to join her husband, who I.a iibaby agreed; with him, for county be looks as young mullet fresh from! sea linter{ Dellone, Omitha, Neb.,, has secured

The Florida East Coast Railway hall game' with Titusvllle last Saturday, resident of the Quaker City. The and smart as ever Hook-and-llne flahingalong the Indian for two years the puttering bar and

il I a gang of men.employed, tbla week -Mr. J. H. LeTourneau one of the accompanies her, and they will go by River and bay front at Titusvllle con.tlnues cigar privileges of the new Amateur Ath- I
train. Judge A, D. Penney will accompany -M r. James AVllllamsor, general agent letlo which I
arlng the right of way between Or- most; successful pineapple growers at to give fine sport to our townspeople Association was recently
them as far as Jacksonville. for the new Pineapple Growers' Association pened In that city. The club has about jj
follows
>ud and New Smyrna.Mr. Eden wrote us as on Tuesday: and visitors who enjoy the pastime
has Issued In which he
of "Please remove my ad. from the ADVOCATE Messrs.: Jule Wilson and N. A: a circular luring the peat week some largo; 1,200 members.Mr. .
T. Puckett tendered his
has resignation
Roy proprietor bo as
) Cocoa and Rockledge News was as I have disposed of all the pine- Willaban left here on Tuesday for a says,agent to take effect the first' of the com catches were made from the Indian River . Fred! Sterry manager of Hotels
,
"
apple plants I care to sell. Nothing,; cruise down the Indian River far hotel wbaif and
as Bust
ong the visitors to Tltusville, 'Satur- as ing month. Mr. Williamson does not Manager; says Royal Polnclaoa and Breakers Palm i
y, to see the baseball game between IIIce advertising In the pink paper when Eau Gallie. Mr. Wilson took his cameraso seem to be very favorably Impressed with the hotel table tins been kept suppliedwith Saudi says that another magnificent .
u Gallie aud Tltusville.m you bave anything to sell. as to get some views of the beautiful the in which he was treated by the plump spotted trout, by the guests hotel will be built to replace the homestead >
which has made Indian River way sad attaches! of the hote. Col. W. G.Wlnans I
-Attorney James E. Andrew, of Ti scenery new and he they did not hotel recently burned at Hot
The ADVOCATE has just gotten for tusville and! Tlobala, l Ilf spending/ a weekor famous. During :Mr. Wilson's absenceMr. fulfill company their promises to says him. and Captain M. L. Hoover who Springs Va. The plans are being drawn \
B. Koerger or Indlanoltt, a cut. ad- so' at: Hotel Coquina Ormond. lIe F.. S. ChHtTee Is filling his position in Indulge In the sport dally have made for the hotel and the hopes to r.
tlslng his floe orange grove, which he went to Daytona on Wednesday evening the drug store of U. }(. Wilson Son.Mr. . -Mr. Geo. B. Humph, manager for the best record. 'so far In I have part of the new building ready for ,I

>poses to bave printed on his orange to take the Commandery degree In Masonry - and Mrs. W M. Woodward very Mr. E. L. Brady at Miami who bus beenon art. Masters Rufus and Richard Bobbins occupancy by fall, and the entire
ups this coming season. and when he returned to Ormond pleasantly entertained a party of friendsat a vacation of a month or so, spent at attended by their dusky mascot completed by the time the tourists lave
-The Misses Annie and Ruth Scarrett It wits gently whispered that be looked as pinochle last Tuesday. Those present Indian Spilngs, Atlanta and other places "Julius Censer" have also had fine success the East (Vast of Florida.

1 Miss Goodwin, of Gainesville, and if the Daytona goat bad handled him were : Mr and Mrs. Ceo. W. Sooble In Georgia his return stopped to Miami.off here He Is yesterday now feel. constant In hauling cool breezes In the finny of Indian tribe. River The In a letter to the ADVOCATE, from
i Misses Mamie Lee and Stella ,Benn lather roughly and K. Mrs. C. on 01
Mr. Mrs. A. Wilson S. log much better In health than when he at Titusvllle make this sport especially Mr. Chas A. Merritt, formerly Hotel uRathbun .
of Crescent City; are among the -We want to draw the attention of Scbuyler, Mrs. t'lcrlm' lour. Miss Ethel It ft for Georgia, and will enter upon hrn.. desirable at this season of the year, Jacksonville but now of the1
)surf-bathers who are spending' our numerous readers along the East Coutant. Miss Frank P. Stewart and Mr. work with renewed vigor.,; Mr. Ito mph's when our northern neighbors are sweltering Lexingtonhotel, Richmond Va., he says: ,
summer at Ormond Beach. the state'In Harry Wilson. After cards were put "You will see by the Inclosed card from
Coast and throughout !general many friends were pleased to see him In In heat. !
-Miss Jessie M. Goode of Melbourne to the advts. of the live and ener- away delicious Ice cream, and chocolate town again. .. an old friend In New York, that advertising I''
atd marsh mellow cake were served and for I have received several letters ..
I Mr. Person Paddlson of Eau Gallie getlo business men who are bidding fora pays,
hors to last Saturday to share of patronage In columns all: returned home, voting It a very pleasant A CARD PARTY. from friend., who did not know J.,
Titusvllle your
evening.A "*...,'. Pn, m" To n. B.|>.s>...L where we went after the Jacksonville \\d\
end the baseball game remained over of the ADVOCATE. If you are In need
attend the Cherokee Clnbdauce in the of any particular line of goods, the pink few days ago Capt. J. O. Walton A very card party was given lire, unlit they read'! the Lexington"hotel li?'
era house In the evening. They re- paper will tell you the best plape to buy associate-editor of the EAST COAST ADVOCATE The Cantata "Peggy's; Dream" will by Mr. and Mrs Geo. M. Robblns" at ad. In the pink paper of Florida, As 1[
net home Sunday afternoon.Mrs. them. Read the ads. strolled Into the Newark National be repeated on Monday evening, July their residence In North Titusvllle on an advertising medium .the ADVOCATE Is tf
the 20th. In the Opera house. Titusvllle. baud to best / *|j
Bank Newark N. J., to obtain i Wednesday evening Progressive. whl.twulo
had been Mrs. F. O. Williams of Jacksonville
.1. A. McDonald who -
Those that did not see It before can do
receivedthe order for the and three LI
her Mr some small change. Having occasion Word comes to the ADVOOATK: that ?
a far as' passed who has been visiting parents
trip as Jacksonville of same, he crossed over to one of the so then. The proceeds to be divided between tables were occupied/ by enthusliisllo our old East Const friend Mansger T. vi'{ '
ough her return tom and Mrs. C. A. Robinson Eden passed
here on
Monday the Ladles of the Guild and the
Beach. She said the Jacksonville through here Saturday last, en route accommodation desks for the purpose of layers[ who cabled on the game with W. McCroary of Hotel Victory, Put-In- ,-W
It when to his lyingon Eastern Star. Admission :*.Vj; Reserved considerable until nearly 11 o'clock. business '
i was much than she thought It home. She was accompanied by her counting surprise, I gusto Bay, 0., Is doing plienomlnsl n
and It was worse sorrowful, to seen sister Miss Florence Robinson. After the desk In front of him, was a large Heals JWc; Children ISO. The publiOarecordially At Its conclusion It was found that the this summer. Strange to say this mam- Ji|

havoc the fire quite bad played with the spending a couple of days In Jacksonville roll of money In bill., which someone Invited. ady's prize was won br.Ir... L. A. moth hotel never paid until Mr Mo- ;J n
of Florida. they left for Altoona Pa., where had evidently forgotten to take along -- ----- irady[ and tbe'grntlvman, s prize by Dr. Creary took bold of It, and now Its pros- f'1
propolis they,will be /guests of their sister for a with them. The captain looked aroundfor Place Your Life Insurance With E. E. Rollins, they having made the pects are quite bright, owing tb the skill- H |
hs. E. E. Rollins and Mrs. L. C. month or so. They stopped off at Washington the owner but not finding him wentto highest scores.Refreshments. fill management and geniality of the ff J
Inning will leave here Wednesday D C. a short while on the way the teller of the tank, saying : "Here The Mutual Life" Insurance were plentifully ..np.plt."l. present manager The ottlne staff ol the f
ft t. for Green Cove Springs Jackson- to Pennsylvania. Is a parcel of money I found on the desk Co.,of New York, Why? and the party broke up and wendi above hotel Is as follows: George M.. f
', Savannah and Carthage N. C., >on over there and no doubt you can tied ed their way homewards about 11:30:; Bliss, chief clerk; C. 11. r haver night j]
tit to relatives. They may visit the -Senator E. N. Dimlok who duringthe the owner." Captain Walton and familyare It I. the oldest In o'clock p. m. clerk; Miss Elizabeth bcburs, cashier; f
.-American Exposition ere returning,; last spring sold his prevent home at present residing In Brooklyn N. 1. Because company Those who took part In the game were Gus Btthlsr bookkeeper! R. E. Coleman 'jj

'Itusville, which will probably not beVre place to a wealthy gentleman; of New Y., but goes to Newark daily to superintend America. could out other he following ) Major and Mrs. F. M. mall clerkf: E. A. Smith, In charge J
the end 'of October or November.Mr. York has Just contracted with T. D. the manufacturing of his patent 2. Because It stock buy and barrel any and Tailor Mr. cod ,Mrs. L. A. Brady Dr. of news Itar stand. Also) J. F. f
Brown to erect for him a commodious, self-locklog: pulley-block, which hoists company lock and )Ir.. E.: E. Rollins, Mr. and Mrs. Dwyer golf 'Instructor;Edward Burdlck E D. Evans of Michigan Ave. $7,000 residence on his property adjoining and lowers like any ordinary block and have 25 million dollars left. (Jon. M. l"lbLios. Miss Kate Prltchard head wailer; Jacob Miller, steward; il
ergo, in writing us a few days ago, the.Tutti-Fruttl Adams place. The tackle. Experts, who have thoroughly 3. Because Its premiums are less than soil Messrs. E. B. Wager V. A. Frost Steve Cronin chef; H. I'. Jeffries, In {{
f: "The ADVOCATE: Is one of the most foundations for this home art now being examined this patent say It Is the greatest any rival company cash and Chas. II. Walton. charge of buffet; and R. J. Burton ,|
ray and Interesting papers I have ever will be 4. Because It guarantees more In
touches
the
laid and finishing Invention In the world In the shape musical director M
f sent out of Florida,and It IsairedltI made In time for the Senator and his of a block and tackle.A for your policy If you want to sell It M. ..rid. I. T..II.
I only to the East Coast but to your family to It, the coming winter. after the 3rd year than any other The ADvocATE correspondent at Saratoga I )
T'e' state, I have just returned from This residence occupy is to be equipped with NEW LINE OF LADIES' OXFORDS company. Springs N. Y., writes us- to the ef- 4
No, where to my surprise I saw a all modern conveniences and will be a just received. Stylish durable and ft. Because It will lend you more moneyon On Thursday evening, the IHth last., feet that Messrs. Palmer Jk McDowell J
J> reading that well-known pink paper model uf beauty and architectural de flexible at. $t.BO. your policy, after the :Jrd year, than Attorney K. J. Webb united 'In the holy of Hotel Magnolia, St. Augustine are fl
he Exposition. I see from the pink RHODES, The Clothier. any other company bondlo matrimony Mr. John Gould and having a big< season at their Clarendon ;j
pt that the pineapple growers of the sign. 0. Because It refuses to Insure sickly Miss Rosa Futch of this place. The hotel and that the arrival of ''t Coast have done well this season. R. W. RHODES IS STILL SELLINGthe Time i* )Money.' people or Impaired lives, as 'do some ceremony wa.performed at the residence been away ahead of last summer. Appll- (\ '
they and the ADVOCATE:continue toIt "Mother's Friend"shirtwaist, for other companies. of Mrs. Oscar Worley the bride's sister cations for i rooms are coming In quite| I

with success." boys at 40cts. Save both by ordering your building 7. Because It. dividends are ALWAYS' 10 the presence of s- large: number of tepidly so that by August these popular I ij
material ofGao. greater than those of other companies friends, Including one of our reporters managers expect to have tbelr coxy hotel jj
)
| BUTS A GOODYEAR WELToe For t. : F. PADDisbx, Eau Gallie. 8. Because It bus paid to date -l.:i millions who says the wedding went oil beatitluMy. tested tolls full capacity. The CJlarrn- U
| in viol, box calf or valour calf. ) dollars In dividends, more to policy The ADVOCATE joins to wishing don hotel has* very efficient office staff I ,1
I'ls' character of shoe baa never been A seven-room cottage; tine location; holders than any other company. the newly-married pair a long and pros- among them being the genial Mr. Cbas. I H
IM 1 1 for less than 300. Try a pair at out buildings; overlooking the Indian Pony Mare For Sale. 0. Because Its ....et. are millions of dollars perouefuture., A. Cr..lA'btOft. chief clerk who I. so well I ;j
RHODES', The Clothier. river Titusvllle. '- larger than the sssets. of any other known at Roekledgo and other places f' 1

Apply at the ADVOCATE: office. Eight years old; well broken every. company. Hotel Wanted. along the East Coast. There are also W. L.\}\
Notice. where. Address, 10. Because Its Income Is much larger H. Woods, cashier; L. Palmer front TN

Empty Sugar and Illce Barrels.For T. A. Joiisno, than that of any other company. Wanted, a goal| hotel somewhere on clerk; (;h... Hopkins, night clerk; W. -J'
lotlce 11. 104 millions of Palmer, private bookkeeper borne of !* ]
Fla.
Is hereby given that at the regIf LaGrange, moretopollcy he East Count, for winter season. '
dollar holders In death the late arrivals are Mr. and Mrs. L. C. t. j
meeting of the Town Council of TlKrllle sale. Address, Address,, W. R. CIIAMPLIX J
to be held on the 6th day of WALTER A. Moons, Don't He Hard Up. claim., cash values, dividends etc., Hygel. Hotel, Block Island Ie. I.f' Nalswald, Yew York city very wealthy f ]
than other society people, also their son, W. H. SJ]
company. ,
T" A. D. St. Charleston S. C. any j
1001 ;
IItt a vote of the (eun. S George ,
ill be 12. Because It Is a strictly Mutual company Nalswald. who Is a sergeant In the .7th ft'l
leclal tax taken of three on a mills proposition to levy Let as prepare you to start a genteel and every policy shares eqJutablyIn Wanted A Colored Woman. New York; Capt. I.:. Watson and wife, eK J
on the assess- Wire and Nails business of your own. You can make In profits earnsd-blog: paid just of New Orleans La.; General Silas! P. J
property 01 In the town for the pur- big at home making mirrors.Easily exactly what his policy b.. jrn d-no Colored woman to do chamber work Hubble New York city; Mr. and Mr. I'. MFriodonberg
Fire Protection the
for
.ecurlllg sad for 1_. wash and Iron for U2per and of Jacksonville MFla.
arty within the For Pineapple Shedding. A car load quickly learned Write moreno restaurant wages family
Joni town. to arrive about August 1st. Prices win particulars. CECIL WiLcor, J. W. COSXKH" month .; the Misses ')Teller of Jersey City; vl
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WALEsx. Interest Write me. FOMLOVO A Co., General Agent. Agent R. A. JoiixsTosr.: W. Nssthlng and wife very wealthy J

Jtusvllle Chairman, Flap July Board 2, 1901.i Aldermen.. Geo.you. F. PADDISOIC, Eau Gallia 4t Box (52.: Titusvllle, Fla. Jacksonville: Fla. Eau Gallie Fla. Fort I'Urce, Fla, society people of New York city. ']

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DRINKERS WARNED. FRUIT SETTING. Cures Blood Troubled, Blood HAN1TE BROS.124012J8

Poison Cancer Eczema etc. .
'bArtwe Even moll Quantities of Alcohol at rThe Effect ot Spraying Hlo.iom i

Meal Are H&rinfnl.Professor With DonleaoK Mlxtnrv. Colt Nothing to Try.: West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I

Victor Hornley, F. It. 8., In chemical experiments reported by Old,,obstinate, deep-seated cases permanently .
1 lecturing at the London Institution de the Geneva (N. V.) station It has been cured by taking Botanic Blood
sP dared emphatically against the use or fcftind that bordeaux mixture prevents Balm (li. B. U). Ityonr blood Is tainted, Liquor and Wine Merchants

t alcohol la a dietetic form. The sub the sprouting of pollen Immersed in It, producing offensive eruptions, aching
ject be dealt with was, to be precise, whether that of the bones and joints, ulcers, falling hair, raucous ,
apple other
ou or Nome
I "The Effect of Alcohol on the Nervous patched, sour mouth and throat, -Oldest house icity.-
Facts Indicate .
plant that title fungicide scabs scales !
SklSC or persistent pimples, eating
System, and his remarks were listened
baa a preventive action upon the sores, swellings, sore lip, dry sore, dull,
to by a crowded audience.At germination of pollen exposed to Its aching lancing,.hooUog piitns, then you Wholesale Distributors of Lemps' St. Louis Bw$
the outset the professor sold ,that influence, and they lead to the conclu- have blood poison or the beginnings of ,
his purpose was to lay before his Audience deadly cancer. Don't experiment: but
pPjGIr' OUR WINES AND LIQUORS! SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES
a survey of the most recent work take Botanic Blood Balm ((13. B. B.) made ,
that had been done on the question of especially tQ due all malignant blood jar-Call or send for Prices.IARRY .
taking Into the body not large quantities 1. troubles, like those named above, and
of alcohol-that was known to be Itching I scabby, eczema, carbuncles, -::::=:
Injm'lous-but small quantities, usually i scrofula, rheumatism cancer, blood
spoken of aa tl'tlc--that wbloli humors, etc, Heals every sore and stopsall :: : MASON d 5 Co.
peo- aches and pains. Try It. Costs but
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ple imbibed at mealtlmeM. Alcohol acted $1 at druggists. Treatment sent fiee by -Importers and Wholesale Dealers]In-
like,all drugs selectively upon the writing to Dr. 01!Ham,200 Mitchell :Street: ,
' RnrnADYoCAT tissues. It acted more particularly on Atlanta, la. DesciIbe trouble and free
? the peripheral nerves, .running In the medical lid vice given, Medicine and free Wines Liquors and Cigars
limbs and extremities. The fact that medical advice sent at onoe prepaid. B.
MnwirWWU K alcohol quantities not enough to pro- vv B. originated by Dr. Gillam over 80 ,

duce drunkenness but In such a quantity years ago.thousands have been cllred-
after doctorsjtnd medicineshad :X--or1: l P"-1ro 'Ryo.
many patent
as to Justify the term of "oakln .
utterly failed. Botanic Blood Balm
produced paralysis of the nerves and (B. B B,) gives \life, vigor and strength, Distilled byFerndale Distilling Co., Second' District of Kentucln 'i8Cd In|
extremities had only recently been rec. to the blood making It pure and ilch. heated warehouse, and absolute pure and free from all adulteration. Tli.gi. goods
GOOD ROADS ARGUMENT. ognlzed. all connoisseurs to bo without an equal and
are pronounced by are regnni[ by the
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Free Mull Delivery. to'Cease Where the Professor results of Ilorsley recent called Investigations to his old by ARE YOU GOING AWAY ? medical faculty as superior to all others for the use of invalids

d llluhivny Are :'I.I..et..... Professor Kraepelln An authority -""""" FERNDALK.RYE is put up In plain cases containing no marks whatii',">, FOUR

The postotflce: department la trying whose DAme should, he thought, be i a If so, you will consult your own Interests FULL QUARTS In each case, and delivered to you., all charges prepaid it tie.fol
to use the rural 1 free delivery experiment household word who pointed out that by calling upon tr addressing the lowing prices per case:

as nu urguu'ient In favor of good alcohol had an Immediately quickening undersigned mountain for lake summer and seaside excursion resorts.ratesto Ferndale, A, 7 ;years old, 320. Ferndale, A A, 8> years' old, *:?, IK',

roads, and where tile experiment bus effect but that was followed .by a second FLOWER CXUBTEIiS FBOJI: APPLE! TREK Attention is directed to'the reduction of Ferndale, A A A, 10 years old, $..20. Money refunded, Is not entirely natisflei),
failed to Improve the bull roads. along stage of failure and loss oC power V.rlpty-Baldwln. 1. Sprayed one la bloom; summer tourist rates to Virginia and Atlantic
the routes the service will have to be I, The subjective sensation of well being, an bluMotnft den!, with poMlbly one exception Coast resorts/ ;anti to the fact that :ZHZiEBiEesr: MASON: cSs co.
S. Sprayed In bloom; it,lvot two vigorous fruit
abandoned. such as was experienced, for Instance, set tourist rates are authorized I to Washington Mate Agents. S01-'I07-300-31I:! : West Day Street, Mason Block
after taking wine was, be declared a Baltimore Philadelphia, New York; .
Tbe department has gone over the deception aa regarded the activity or slon that If the stigmas cf an apple Providence and Boston ; by rail to Nor- JACKSONVILLE, FI.OIUD

records to see bow many routes were the brain In doing; Intellectual work blossom before fertilization should be folk, thence via steamship, In additionto -- --- -
subjected to the action of fungicide rates via Savannah add
Interrupted by the condition of the some steamship
and It was also' a deception as regarded -
roads taut spring and bus sent out the performance of muscular work -or Insecticide even though the Folders, sailing and sleeping! car arrange FOR $ 3.2O.
amount In contact with the sensitive ments furnished promptly. Cheap excursion : . .
notices that uuletti\ the roads are Improved -
It was, however, new for to
them rates to Buffalo, N.Y., by all rail,
to prevent similar interruption learn that It WIIIIIL serious intellectual surface be slight the chances wouldbe through Washington, Louisville or Cincinnati Sent to us by Express: postolIlee order or New York Exchange we nil/;
this.spring those routes will have to deception to take 'alcohol even In i :. decidedly against the growth of the or via Savannah! or Norfolk and send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,
be abandoned. The records show that little fertilizing bodies" which fall uponIt. stellm New York .
trerucly small quantities. This rt; hlp. Through; city.F. FOUR' FULL
I a great routes were Interrupted In that case the blossoms could not AC. Jolly, D. P. A., Jacksonville or QUARTS
many ;
was of great Importance In endeavoring __ ._hU L.L. '- ____. ._ ,
from one to even days last apring.v to understand how a substance, nee irun. oiuuy in taw urciiurua 01 B. W. vvrenn, passenger traffic manager,
Geneva confirms this conclusion, but Savannah Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
There were 40 of these routes In like alcohol, which paralyzed could
r Iowa, 12 In l Illinois. 10 In Wisconsin shows also that the bloanoms many '
I also stimulate. The first effect of a
r' r and a )Jess number In other western and small quantity of alcohol was to BUS cases become fertilized very soon after Summer Hxcursiou Rates Calhoun Pure Rye WhiskeyWe
I they and thus the de-
southern states. Tbe record against open escape
pend or to Interfere with the operation To Boston, Providence, New York, Baltimore
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! Iowa Is not so bad aa It seems because of the highest parts of the brain:which, atructlve effect of the bordeaux except \ta hlngtoo, Old 1'olot Comfort,
I, when .It kills the tissues of the tender shin In PLAIN PACKAGES, no marks to Indicate contents (which will avnici nil
that state tuft com
a great many more rural translated Into popular IRoguogl',mennt Ocean View, Virginia Bench and Portsmouth When ,
ment) you get It and tent it If it la not atinfactory, return It at OUR KXl'l-NSE: ind
1 free delivery routes than any other the loss of the controlling mechanism parts of the flower: as olfered by the :Seaboard: AirLine your |3,20 will be cheerfully refunded. Thin Whiskey In R..good as any Sli,00 goodn. In the mirkM
.. tate, and like Illinois, the state suffers as though n broke hud been removed Several sprayings have cut off crops. Railway are especially attractive. We are clone. at hand.. and can give you tUICHKit DELIVERY than distant hounen Vi. bin
In this clef.an.1 at tire name stand for over IB YEARS, and as to our BE*
(, 1 nt times from bad roads which from a wheel which went on morequl'kly and a single spraying has killed some From Jacksonvllle-if47.30' to Boston and 'ONSiltlLiTY AND REPUTATION for.honest dealing, we cater you to any merchant here, or II
,; cannot be Improved. than before hut not bloHHoms. Providence; $4:1.80: to New Yolk; $:10,:IO the editor of this paper.
necessarily
.. The department admits that It will It seems certain tbat spraying In to Baltimoie $30 20 to Washington ; $3.; SOLOMON &: LEVI,
: On '
more efficiently the other hand Point/
.20 to Old Comfort
" hate to give some consideration to the experiments with tea showed tbat at bloom destroys Home of the blossoms Ocean Ylew, 1028 &: 10'JO: First Avenue,
Virginia Beach aud Portsmouth' and return -
y j difficulty la building roads iu Iowa and first It produced an acceleration, but and might In some senHons seriously Tickets on sale dally, good return P. O..Box: No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
I iw Illinois, where the depth of the soil. there lessen the crop. In other years though
was no paralyzing effect subse ing; up to Oct 31st, 1001! These excur
\7 '., make. when blossoms are plentiful the '' NOTICE:-We pay Express. Charges. to all points reached by "SOUTHERN EXl'ltF3,
It almost very
w Impossible to construct The Mon 'rates via Portsmouth and
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i I quently. stimulation stage with apply PANY- ," but to polnta on linen of other Exprein. Companies, we prepay only to points (hen
1 I, \.w. roads that will be pasftnnle at nil this liquid passed away but there was thinning of the fruit by death of the Mo.imcronly. Similar talts from other Southern Express Company transfer to Bald other Express: Company.
seasons of the year. It la admitted no loss of powcw" and precisely the flowers from the bordeaux mixture Florid points Two dally trains between
that there are routes In Illinois amt same thing/ bad been shown with re may be of advantage, especially It the Florida points and Portsmouth ; morningand
;. Iowa where everything possible has gard to coffee. spray\ be applied at tfuc-h a time that evening departure from Jacksonville.\ CHAS.: s L VM: _: : : 0 0.,
)For Information write A, O. Mac-
been done to make good roada. and the strong center hlotiHoins have passed any
Stew. '. FLA
Donnoll, A. U P. A., Jacksonville, Fla. 817. R.jSt., JACKSONVILLE
I t. they have excellent roads for the greater the danger point and the later side .
I f part of tfte year, but durlug the' HIVE AND BEE. blossoms of the clusters only perish.No .
f :;, spring freshets these may be luipiiss evidence bus been found to sup Kxcurnloii Kate to. Duffalo.t ItfJtj)

able for a few dlYs.Ii Pine Is preferable to any other material port the view of some growers that the r.JmS.
The order :is meant to apply to those for making 'hives. It does not spraying! actually helps the flowers to account of the 1'an-American Exposition

routes where the |H-opl are Indifferentto shrink or expand. set fruit but It all points. to the contrary the seaboaid Air Line Hallway :
the condition of the roads iind'huve The ease in*' manipulating bees depends belief Is selling tickets from, stations on. its LI IIO S
lines to Buffalo at low excursion -
allowed them to 'become impassable largely upon the manner the very D
through neglect The Inspectors will frames are put together. About D.bll.. rates This comrmny offeis the choiceof '
two route, with the fastest aed most
report on the routes that are Interrupt Work In the apiary cannot be put off Many cultivators are much worried convenient schedule ever enjoyed to ',
I ed this spring, and where the Interruption from day to day, but must be done In that their dahlias are not planted I Buffalo, either via all lull route through; ,
Is due to neglect of the roads the nick of time aa .the opportunity Others are turning Wily, thinking that Richmond and Washington; or through
they will be abandoned. Where the presents Itself.In It Is'too late for this season. As fur Portsmouth and Noilolk' ; thence a delightful :.
Interruption Is due'to conditions which almost every case robbing Is caused as my experience goes this Is all folly sea hip to the east, where connections ,
>, cannot be overcome the departmentWill by negligence on the part of the There have been more dahlias wasted are made with the great Trunk .1
make allowances and continue the beekeeper In some manner, livery: colo- In recent years by early planting than Lines direct to the liambow City. These
routes are positively the most convenient
.erv ICII. ny of bees which does not contain a from any other cause Lust season niy -
and attractive to Buffalo, and it will
But Jhe department regards rural fertile queen la In danger of being rob- best results were from tubers which Interest and benefit >ou to call on the

tree delivery as an argument and an bed.One were practically dormant and planted Seaboard Air Line Hallway agents before Four Full Quarts
Inducement to build good roads and of the greatest: causes of robbing at Intervals trom. June IT to July 4. completing arrangements for your trip. Delivered for $3.20.

j wherever the people fire Indifferent to arisen from the apiarist leaving honey The very best results of nil came from 6 of the same $4.5O.: 12, of the
the advantages of the service the de. carelessly around so that the bees gel plantings made on June :27.'After making same $9.00.
partment holds that the experiment Is aC'PlIIs'tO It. Sometimes a colony wllbecome a careful Investigation along these Towers' Hardware Co All goods are put up in plain boxes-no marks on the same to,show content

rl % failure. The demand for rural tree : so crazed as to leave their own Hues and asking for results from successful Agents for the Pabst Brewing Cor

delivery Is greater than the department stores unprotected. growers within a. radius of 400 .. .
I t can meet with the appropriation by miles of New York city I find that the -- --- --

,; congress, and It will favor those communities majority have not planted earlier than ,

which show most appreciation June 15 to get their exhibition blooms. If You Have Not
V S by building roads over which the Their results are beyond question, .
government can send malls with the The advantages of late planting are

ft- least possible Interruption. logical. It Is.the experience of every .
one and more especially of those who

RAILWAYS AND HIGHWAYS. rAr are complaining of lack of success in Found What You Want.

Dowering that a. remarkable growth ,
i How
Improved Hoad. when the tubers are first put out: that y For a Home, suppose you take a trip down and look atom
The Illinois Central railroad baa the plants grow and flourish for awhile Fruit aud Garden Lands along the
F' started a very practical movement In and then stop and the foliage grows
i this section In the Interest of good smaller Instead of bigger and dries up East CoastSettlers

f. roads, says the New ,Orleans Times.I and whatever flower buds may be
I Democrat. It la one that will have. r Formed go practically the same way. .
I we feel (confident the support of all The plants never revive until fall and! i:
i and will be followed by the other companies In many Instances not even then. are flocking In but still there Is room. If you v*
as well. It Is needless to point Late planting prevents all this Inasmuch looking this way, drop a line to
FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION"I
i out that a railroad Is benefited by good as the first severe hot spell or JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlce.Preident,
; roads in the country It runs through. am so thankful for what Dr. drought Is passed before the plant attain Poultry. Netting at Factory prices ,

'li Whatever brings prosperity to the Pierce's Favorite Prescription has any slie..: ID fact they never stop 12 in. 13 in. 24 in. 3(1( in.48l In. GO 10. PLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,

tributary region of course brings business done for me," writes 'Mrs. John T. rowing. Another great advantage Is and 72 In. wide. A large stock on hand. ST. AUQUSTINE FLA.
(I .. and prosperity to It. Smith, of Slocan, B. C., Box 50. that treated In this way DO stakes are -
r" Good roads allow produce for shipment "It cured me of a disease which required. Roots can be planted close Building Material, Sash, Doors Blinds
by the railroad to be brought a together In the row and they will resist - ** v'*f *wnrvvr nT rVJ J-l&-w r-
much longer distance and In better was taking away all nty strength, wind and any ordinary gale without Paints and Oils.! Coot Stores

condition than otherwise possible. It helped me through the long months the assistance of a stake. They PLOWS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Nine- HE BINE.

the roads are ba. blooming In August and are practically Tinware, Agricultural Implements
to haul goods more than 12 or 15 miles strong baby girl, the most healthy never out of bloom until frost House Tenths -
Furnishings
Eta
r. -they will not bear longer transportation and happy of all my three." cuts them down. ,
Write for before
-but It the highways are well It Is my confident belief that It the prices buying.

k' maintained these sum good can be HAKES THE DIFFERENCE? practice of late and deep planting were Opened US with East full Bay stock Street.at old' stand., of Pure Juices from Natural Roots.DEGULATEStheLiver.Stomachand .
hauled 25 and 30 miles at DO greater generally; adopted there would be less
cost Out while It Is undoubtedly to Inquiry next faiL "Why do my dahliasnot JACKSONVILLE, FLA. all l the

the Interest of the companies to look flower?" So writes J. W. Wltbers Bowels,

after the highways and make sure that 10 American Gardening. Poley's Honey MId Tar PeopleSuffer d Cleanses the System Purifies the Blood j
they are maintained In good order the heals lungs and stops the cough. ,
railroads have generally s6 much other Th Flower Showo .( B......
work to attend to that they can scarce Dates in the series of flower shows WANTED-74a.tw"rthy men and wVtmen' to CURES Malaria Biliousness Constipation! \
ravel and ariTontue for old
erftahllnrioil
I Iyarl'f. time and attention to this mat. at the Pan-American exposition areas of solid flnanclal standing. Balary $iso a honoa year from Stomach and Impaired Digestion. :j jErery
ter which cannot be regarded as a follows: Hardy roses June IS to 25: ; and zpnuM. all payablo easb. No can"..*. a
part of their legitimate duties.The sweet peas. July 23 to Aug. 2; gladiolus. a hut lree.ed.tsmp.d required. Olr envelop roferencea Address und cncloM Manager Mir. Gin

good roads movement shows Aug. 0 to IT; asters, Aug. 2T to SM Caxton Blrtic Chicago. .uAj DiseasedLiver Bottle Guaranteed Satisfaction. ,

great strength In the north where a Kept. T; dahlias Sept. 17 to 27; chrysnthemums. L "Cilrm 3QO1-TJCJU, BD A.XoLJDO": '". I
practical test bus proved t that a roadway THE RAPID CALKER Is what every
Oct. 22 to 31. and boat Price. no Cent.
will pay for Itself In two years !+k t :yacthsroan builder needs. For .
r sale by Jaa. Prltchard A
t t that I Is the profit of 'the farmers from A n... Itarvltr. yule, Fla. Price ft and $3: Son each.Tltus- Prepared by JAMES 1'. BA UARD. St. Louts. Mo J
the cheaper hauling will In two yearn An Indescribable mixture-red and

a exceed the original coat of the high gold; shades and flushings, such as have I -Job Printing of all kinds executed

way. The south however, bas done OT""We would esteem the favor If our been already typified in the Sunset and a' the ADTOCATB oe. Send your.order. Fine Job
little In this matter aa yet. for wbivu I readers, when writing or calling upon Sunrise rose*-Is the Lady Dorothea a Work Quickly Executed l lAT
t reason the work'of the Illinois Central I our advertisers to purchase merchandise, rose of One round form which 4s re- .. A NJ'I RR 8ALVE__
:will be all the more appreciated., etc., would mention the ADVOCA.TB. .
elvlng much admiration.:
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Professional Cards. A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. MEN AS THEY PASS.
I To Mothers ofFamilies I MARKETING STRAWBERRIESVackntt r

I EO. M. ROBBINS, Something New Under The Sun." Of Sir Alfred Mllner It used to be For Fancy Mark: *<_Itnues.

G AU doctors have tried to cure Catarrh! aid that ")llIllt'r never makes an enemy Large "\'riv/>i>cl In I'..rn III. ln|>rr.OftA .

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR by the use ot powdurs, acid gases, inhalers nor loses a filelnl." "' \ /go., the tonttr of an linportiuii WAX .,

AT-LAW. and drugs In paste form 'lliolr powders J. M. Johnson, the new third vice strawberry Industry of Newmu: '+ I Ii

dry up the niuouous membranes president of tilt Rock Island road In this workaday world t few women state. Is famous for Its 'oIHI1IC'l'dlll
| Will practice in State and United States causing them to crack and bleed. I
open went Into railroad work Jn 1STO as a are so placed that physical exertionIs production of Info ptrnwborrloslikli!
Court. Tho powerful acids used la the Inhaler not constantly demanded ot them ID
station at Franklin liul.
agent ,
la their
are prime when the Jersey
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have entirely eaten away the same memo their daily life. ,i I1on" tie the top of your
Office at TiTU8vn.LB, FLA. braues that their makets. have ainfod to Justice Jacob W. Wllkln. the new We make special appeal to mother and southern Now' York berry ecu HODPACKED Jelly\ and preserve Jars In
cure while and oiinho head of the Illinois supreme court, la a abe old! rusblooett way. Mual!
paste ointments of families
large : whoso work is never: them by the new, quick
D.L.. GAULDEN, reach the dise.iae. An old and experienced native of Ohio but studied haw In 111!. done, and many of whom suffer and '9P tisolutely sure wayby
prnctltlonoer who has for many nols under John Schofleld and was admitted suffer for lack of Intelligent aid. 4 n thin coating ofp are:

ATTOIUfET-AT-LAW, y ours made a close study and specialty of to the bur In J8(1.J0Il1,8 \ To women young or old, rich or .... e reflaell'araalnewsxl UBS no timte or OtIor.h .

: l practice In all' the Court of the State the tieatment. of CA1'\RKUhneatlast Gordon.BcnnetVs magnificentnew poor, we pxtenlltn invitation{ to QC'C'C'ptfree l sir tight| and ueldkustlyspplt.d.,'
[ol'l; da, and the United States Courts. perfected a treatment which when faith. LysMrata have adviue. Oh, women t do nut letUBS. : 1.JlEl1utE8 proof, :I '.
steam to ;
yacht
Useful' In it dote i)otherwsysabnul
1, Box, 235. fully used, not only relieves at once, but I ,
O! TITU ILLE, FLa. 'W t the houitA.Full .
v the figure of an owl carted at the JH> eief,
permanently cures CATARRH, by removing llmrllons with
!Money to Loan.
-18 the cause, stopping the dlscbargCB that bird' being his favorite fetich and each pound tnke.
Red cuilngall inllanimation. It is the to be seen everywhere about Ills Paris y'- Soil ft r.yb.n.
T, J. WEBB, only remedy known to science that aotu.illy bouse. ,. MUds by STANDARD OIL CO-

j reaches the alllicted paits. 'I'blllwonde..ful Sir Wnltcr Scott proclaimed In 1S27, y ,
A ATTORNEY T.LA W, remedy la known as "SNt'F. at the Theater Royal dinner In Kdln- : ;
FLKSthe UUAUANTKKI: CATAItlU
Will practice in the Courts of the 7th CURE," and IsHoldattheextiemely low burgh his authorship of the Waterleynovel ii.- .
{Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents tJeoijreCionl of Udlnbiirgh. one
price of Ono Dollar each t
package; containing
and rents and accounts collected. Internal and external medicine of those present at the dinner Is still .

ITlTUSVILLK, FKOIUDA.ATTORNEYATLAW sufficient for a full month's treatment alive. lie Is 01 years old active In 0 ow :
I
and everything/ necessary to perfect use. body and vivid of memory. O ti ] You Aio Golnir North

D. PENNEY "SXUFFLES"; is the only perfect CATAUKIl ; Senator Clark of Montana hns decided I I"01\I"ANC'Y MARKET. This summer, see the spedal excursion s

r A,. CURE ever made and Is now I to spend a part' of each year in {The quart boxer are wrapped In pnrjkflln !p.perJ'' rates that are offered. by the Seaboard

recognized as tho only safe and positivecure Paris and has! offered a large sum for is over. This lateness Is further Increased Air Line Railway to the l'rlllC'lpllllcllorlll

e for that annoying and digusting dis by the,nclcctlon of late \arlc- lu tlio CarollunM, YII'IIIII11IIet: : the Eat,
It
ITlTOSVILLK FLORIDA. and ease. cures Inflammation quickly Avenue tics, such as Atlantic, Parker Knrle: Including Portsmouth, Old 1'olnt, Wash
permanently and Is also quick to re-
t I lieve II AY FEVER or cold In the HEAD. most beautiful Paris, only second to and Gaudy.The legion, Itnltlmoie, New York,1'1'c'vldcmoo.
{Will practice In all the courts of the 7th CATAIilill when neglected often leadsto the Paints Cnstlie, occupied by ex- advantage'of attractive packingIs ItOHtou and IlulTalo.) Write JO.. Mao-
))Donnoll A.-H. P. A,.'Jacksonville Flu.,+
Judicial Circuit. < realized and the sketch shows ,
';ONSU IPTION-'SNUFlo'LES' will Queen Isabella of Spain. packages .
save you If you use it at once. It Is no Senator Hour Massachusetts!\ who lu use. Superb berries neatly ---
Some of down 1lrer readers have
ordinary remedy but a complete treatment -, and exhibited t have been our -
beautifully << lu
some ago bought RedemptionRock 'I. I
,& LYNCH, which Is ; years forgotten the fact that this ofllco In fully
MORGAN cure CATARRH positively in any form guaranteed or stage to if In Princeton Mass., where Mrs. CAHBIS) DSLLJlVIUB. good demand In the markets. equipped to do all kinds of Job ptlntlng.
I Rowllnson was ransomed from the Indians Advertising nail to
used Job printing helps us
REAL ESTATE AND according to the directions which '
INSURANCE, .coon nn ft n''. ....'.. D' d l.... by John Hour the first of the your lives be sacrificed when a word of publish a newspnper worthy ot the East
p par I% '' t o THE MELON APHIS.
Loans, Notary Public. but d'Jflt'at once, 'and write full: I name In- this country. In 1070. has prevented advice at the first approach of weak" Coast, and all we mint, ID n share/ of It.
flees fill future with _
i may your years _
Collections, Typewriting, Stenography particulars as to yourcooditlon, and you the property to John Hoar. sun healthy Joy.. Address\ letter to Mrs. Kerosene F.mal.lon! Protests C.enm. - -

will receive special advice from the dis- of the late Sherman Hoar of Concord. Plnkham'n Laboratory, Lynn Mass., her and ("....,.loap. Vln...

TITUSVII.J.K. :, FI.A. covers of this wonderful remedy regard- At the nge of 81 Samuel Golden InteR and von will not be disappointed. Cucumber ant cantaloupe vines are KIDNEY DISEASES

... log your case without cost to you beyond. waiter: at the 'Mocongnhela Mouse.PIttiiburK. When 1 began to take Lydia E. troubled in midsummer, with a small
the regular price of..SNU..J.J. ; s. the
[GEO A. WORLEY, "GUAItAN TEED CATAKltll CUKE." tins married for the fourth Pinkhara'n Yl. ptll.ble Compound I wan plant louse, living lu largo numbers on 1
Sent time and retired to llvebn a fortune otmOl'e not able to do my housewitrlc. I Buffered the under surfaces of the It-avow. As n
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. prepaid to any address the Uni- terribly iimo of menstruation are the most fatal of all dis
ted than $10O.Mtn acquired through result uf the Injury these curl
/States or Canada on receipt of '1. Several doctors; told could do up
|General practice In State and Federal Address Dept. C 70.: EDWIN B. GILES tips. He was n. waiter for 5O years nothing for me. Thanks mn they to the link- cease to grow and bear tlnnlly on abnormal eases. .

Courts. All business entrusted will & CO.; UO.U: : ( : :! Market :St.: Philadelphia. and served.iJneoln. Grant and that ham advice and medicine I am now color the whole plant nt length i

receive prompt attention. Prince of Wales who Is now EdwardVII. well and can do the work for eight In dying It may lea The very young KIDNEY CURE 1 III ;
----- -- ------ -- FOLEY'S
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"General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate the family. plants are' not likely to suffer, but from I 6uarantud Rimed;
Miami. The Largest; Sponn Charles W. Raymond of Watseka I would recommend Lydia R.': Pink. the time the trailing stems are from afoot !.

l MIAMI FLORIDA. The largest spouse over found came Ilia., who baa been appointed a federal ham'a Vegetable Compound to all and a half to live feet long,: tin
from the It about mother with refunded. Contains
was
families.-Mae.
large or
Mediterranean. Judge In tbe Indian Territory has been lujury la continuous, and. plants of money
ANDREWS three\ feet across and ten feet In cir CA.HBIK: naI.LII.VILJ.J: :, Ludlngrton, Mich
eminent :
remedies
JAMES cumference. prominent In Illinois politics as a lawyer large alaI often succumb to the Injury recognized by ,

a ATTORNEY-A T-I.\W. and a judge/: for a number of years' - -- The melon aphis Is a puncturing/ Insect physicians as the Best for II

lie has lived tn Iroquois county Ills., I CURRENT COMMENT. like the squash bug but unlike l
office and .. troubles.
jfttaln poatoffice address, TITUS- Green Tr Kidney and Bladder
since 1873 when he went" to Illinois .----- the latter Its puncture Is not followedby h
VILLE Branch office at FORT PIERCE. Green or gunpowder, tea Is coloredby From Iowa. He wan admitted to the Again the attention of'the public la wilting of the leaves. The Injury PRICE SOc. ana $1.00. i
.
a mixture of Prussian blue and CblneMe I
I'ro8ocutln Attorney for Brevard Co. soapstone which is added during bar In 188(1( and has served as deputy called to the fact that summer resort seems to be simply the result of the removal II. 1t. WIL.MOX ,.V; SON ,f

Notary Public State at Large. tbe of firing. circuit clerk master In chancery and architecture Is apt to be Inflammable.PHtsburg .- of sap by hundreds Of small y '

process circuit judge. Dispatch. lice, thus causing a general .enfeeblenjcut. WANTED--Tnt.tworth1 u en and,! women totrav.l
... ani.Blvertlne( for old established house of .
TEPHEN E. FOSTER, Ab".lala. Women bookkeepers and cashiers are solid llnsni'lal' mamtlng., Halary S7HO a year and t \. I
bowing that they can get away with Bordeaux mixture and london purr "Xi..nn.., all |laYIClolII l In ounli. :No oanvaitiiliia' ?j\\
Abyssinia was converted to Christianity rapulren.tiv.referetumsalel. l ualn..dt aii
The Same Old Story. | 1
ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW, In the fourth century. The their employers' cash Just as If they ple cannot bo expected to protect. ilreniiml ataimieil! envelope. Adilreu Manager; I
J. A..Kelly relates an experience similar were men-Mexican Herald. plants from Its attacks. 8M('ICllt"n Illilir.'., Chluaii>, Gaud .
bas 12,000 monks. .
Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner country now over
Building -- .
to that which happened In almost The French government la urged to Two fluids which I have found most ;
Subset'Ibor attention Is drawn
niighborhood In tbe United J3T your
JACKSONVILLE FLA. every States effective for tobacco decoction
aphides are
The Dolphin. abolish the duel. But why? It might
:
to the name-and-data slip pasted i
and bas been told and re-told by thousands upon
and coal oil emulsion. As
The dolphin a near relative of the of others. He says : "Last summer as well abolish the doll or the jumpingjack.Loulsviile coins your paper or wrapper. If you. are In

EORGE W. ALLEN.ATTORNEYATLAW., whale, Is credited with a speed of considerably I[ had an attack of dysentery and purchased CourierJournal.The monly ,prepared from tobacco stems arrears, please remit.

over 20 miles an hour. For a bottle of Chamberlain's Collo, Cholera Saturday Review thinks there the decoction Is likely to vary widely

I short distances the salmon can outstrip and Dlarrhoue Remedy which I used I. too much attention paid to money In "strength" and effectiveness. As au The IiKlliiu lllver Real instate. 1

CICY WEST FLORIDA. any other flab accomplishing Its according to dlieolions: and with entirely getting in this country. The Doers bad Insecticide it Is dependent on the quau- Agency Inn for Sale .

Will practice In the,United Statesnd 25 miles an hour with ease. The Span- satisfactory results.! The trouble was gold mines, hadn't they-New York tity of nicotine It contains and to some ." (.

| State Courts. a OjunOS lab mackerel Is one of the fastest of controlled much quicker than former attacks World. extent on the oily matter extracted by Unimproved lands from $3.00: () to 125.00 ,
: when I used other remedies." Mr. the hot water used lu making the decoction. :
per acre
food fishes and cuts the water like a .
China be but Its
i not civilized
Kelly Is a well known citizen of Render may The very best one can get Is 10 acre orange grove, near Tltusvlllo, ;
J 0. FRIES, C. E. yacht.fastest Predatory swimmers.fish are generallythe son N. C. For sale by all druggists and government showed large wisdom not likely to destroy all tho aphides at some trees btmilnjr, (iMM)0.( ) (
medicine dealeis. when It did the almost unprecedented
in T" 'fff the Ont spraying. Protected as they ft acre orange grove, near Tltusvlllo I''
COUNTY SURVEYOR. thing of appointing Wu Ting Fang for I' when o'n cucumbers and melons with 10 sores of land, some bearing :'
Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. Indla'e Plmnta.India a second term as Its minister to the are 'IKX),(Ml.
done. Estimates for has a greater variety of plants It a man say something affectionate under tho leaves those must be turned f
,
lapping neatly United SIn Philadelphia Ledger. Orange trove( and pineapplefmm, at f
111 kinds of engineering works. DIs- than, any other country In the world to his wife, to"public, she Corgi H4.. Timely notice In given by the United up no that the fluid will reach the under MloooodOgoiMl twailnv life*, with 1 acrt :' :

rated lines a specialty. him for all the mean. things he im* States consul at Amsterdam( that Anier- surfaces and It Is very dltllcult to shad for pines, good dwelling, *IMK.00.( L i

ITURVILLE + Brevard Coy FLORIDA.S. Greeted With 1>.. said In private In ten years.-AtcbiMoo lean tourists In Holland need cash. reach every single aphis of Jhe, thousands 80 acre of pine and hammock hind for r

In Japan It would he thought as rudeto Globe. present. angei and pines (in U, 11. south O.Meha.Clan .
__ _____ There Is no such word as trust In the 'rtcr
neglect to 6ffer tea to a visitor", on Two applications o( n decoction made Klver, AHOO.OO
UUUNUAM, M. D. An Irish. lecturer being Intro Dutch lexicon and no appreciation of House and 4J: acres of )mad, beautiful
lila arrival as not to speak to him.Lon..t upon by pouring two gallons of hot water \
duoeil to nis audience. saia. "LstIeU he humor that might move a traveler I i oy-'r one pound of good tobacco stems river front, >a> miles of Eva Ualllo. ftftOO.) ,I
SURGEON and gentlemen I to-- Ill-) nlii'iid of-- Ills--- I't'mlttanI'e8.-Pltt. i 7 room cottage, 10 acres of land, liver ;
SPECIALIST !Ue", It._. and before begin to speak ought to prove effective_. against any I
burg Dispatch. fro.or. at Georgians. f'CO,
' Ear, Nose and Throat. The'Chlco"o Tribune had the entire I wish to say a few words. expose plniit'louse- Such- a aecoctlouIs Apply at once to .

New Testament, as revised telegraphed generally made by putting the steins
..ve the Birds. I I). 1.. OAVI.DUX, Manager
'EST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. to It on May 22. 1882. It was tbolongest Why should any oue oppose legislation BILL OF THE PLAY In a wooden bucket and leaving the Tllusvllle Fla. l

Item of news ever wired to a for the protection of wild birds Tasks water on them overnight.

newspaper. It was sent from New Field and Fireside In JSffle!: Eiluler Is to be starred next sea Extracts of tobacco are now la the
Farm
York and the Issue of The Tribune law of this kind was son In a new piny. market that are more convenient than
It
HomesYou Ohio. seems, a
ftgini comprised 20 pages of which .10 were prepared and some persons, strange to Mr. and .Mrs. Nat O. Ooodwln. who the stems. ;; V

occupied by tbe New Testament. The say, are circulating petitions against It. bare nailed for Europe, will not returnto After having tried most of the preparations tess :

message was made up of some 132,000 These petitions( seem to be In the Inter- tliln country until 10O2. recommended; for apbldr, I

learn all about; Virginia LnHs, words or, 933.000 letters. est of sportsmen. It Is not merely a It Is asserted that the number of per- must say that nothing gives better I

Its resources products,.mode of out matter of humane conduct nor of spar- orminu'cn given "Ilen-Hur" have made. satisfaction' than diluted coal oil emulsion.

tlvatlon prices eto., by reading the Keep Away Goat Ing the songsters and beautiful birds be grown sum of EU15Llal.: It l III more effective<< than tobacco irry* ftaed are 4
Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts.I Gout Is. rarely known among the It be made to known '
for' our own pleasure bat It IK plainlyfor Itejnne lists won a reluctant consent decoction. Fan Injure lueeuiuitrr ever aetke 1+/
for D mouths subscription to the classes of Ireland. Their Im- eat reliable Heede that )
I working the plants but this l Is to be avoided by
Farmer the benefit of the farme. 4 to have from the British drama censor to appear ean be buufht Mini lave a $
| Co. Va.
,
Emporia, mnulty from this" complaint Is thoughtto LontJaD.Iitb..1 proper dilution after which Dot theslightest nickel ch low r
all vermin destroying animals prescrvedr In "fin 1'110" In en ap..ds and a> 1,
-- bt' due to the fact that their food Injury follows dollar on the harvM + t
We are'all sorry now that our peo- : Barryinore will play a London
AVE WALTON .
YOU' SEEN THE IWI Mewl Aneiul free.D.
consists' largely of potatoes.fterblne <<"'.
u formula In
An accepted use
everywhere
Rapid Calker? If not call. at the storeof pie have thoughtlessly allowed tbe extermination engagement: In "Captain Jinks of the. M. MUST 00..
Jas. Pritchard & Son. Tltusvilla. I of the deer, wild turkey Horse MarlueV. next season. Is a half pound of soap (whale DttnH, MteM.

It is an article; that should be In the clears the complexion gives the buffalo and of other animals which Two 1.11t1.agra l." has to Its oil If possible) one gallon of water and
possession of boatbullder and mind headache plentiful 50 ago. The conditions two gallons of coul oil. Cue part ,of
every buoyancy to the ,.cures were years credit more long runs than say other I
I yachtsman. Read the testimonials regulates tbe stomach and bowels, stimulates under civilization are harder for melodrama produced lu2O years. this emulsion to nine of water! wakes

from first-classJboatbullders. the liver and Is, In fact a perfect all the wild animals. For this reason The Turkish government bas prohlb- a suitable spray for most plants.-II.Qarman. "
The Largest and Most Com-
health. Price BO cents .
guardian of the ; Kentucky
Is to prevent
A ; much more care necessary ItPd l the performs of "Cyrano de
U. K. WSlson A: Son.Planting.. heir extermination. Not only Ohio, lergerac," declaring It to be revolulouary. slate Establishment South. '. ,
II but state should have suitable A Hew C.tt.a need Bxtrael.r.A .
every .
dispatch from Austin Tex., to the GEO S. HACKER & SON
I laws on the statute books relating! ; to
A Sample copy of one of the best farm of tbt Ella Wheeler' Wilcox I. the author ota ,
All things! that grow out this matter and should faithfully eaBusiness St Louis Republic says that the first
pers published, free. If you will send ground, such as peas corn and the like, I from t.a.Au& one act play called "The Mother, and only plant In the world for the extracting

L |<'iir name on a !>,08tal'card, mentioning must be planted In the Increase of the men who lack the vim, snap traduced York city,for a trial recently la New of whole kernels of cottonseed rr ,

moon, from new to full; all things that and vigor they onoe bad, should use Her. from the bulls Is In operation
|ils paper. mature In the ground like potatoes, bine, It will purify the blond strengthen A dramatization of Louis Evan Ship- there. It was erected at a cost of |30,. r
"
THE PLOwnOT Co must be planted In the decrease or and Invigorate the system. Price 00 cU.B. man's novel. "0'Arc1 ot the Guard. 000 and has a dally pacify of 100

Ga. waste of the moon from full to new ..K. Wilson & Son. has been produced In San Francisco by tons of cotton seed. The !kernels are *

Atlanta, Henry Miller with popular success. taken out by a machine and a chemical

Oar First Bout. A HovlBeT Cl .-. process which was Invented by a i t ,

The fret boat built In tbe United About one-half of tbe Inhabitants of If tile stomach liver and bowels fall to member of the firm that owns and

States was tbe Virginia. 00 feet long, Berlin change their habitation annu perform their functions regularly and will operate the plant. The kernels

44 BO YEARS' built In lo 1. ally. _ _ _ _ ted naturally with impurities the blood becomes and the eontatnlna whole will be shipped to France, where oil ....
sys-
EXPERIENCE will be extracted and the meal sold fora Si t
Tbe fleet FreU tem Is In debilitated. Her
The F.rawar Stars.There of. the first The people of the United States are >lne Is remarkable consequence for It* efficacy la cur- much higher price than Is to be obtained t

are only 18 stars takes he best fed people of the world and lag the ailments of summer, and tie dls- Initbls country. The separation MANUFACTURERS OF
t mafOltade. The light from these of tie bulla from the kernels only
t bead and than orders prevalent during hot weather not
more year
consume per
about three years to reach: tbe earth. Inhabitants of other country. Price 50 cents. B. It. Wilson Hon.ITrmt makes a great. saving In freight, but Doors Sash Blinds
tie any .
There are 55 of second magnitude. aUto means a big reduction In dpty.
** **>.t. Maiding( & Building Material
'I TRACK MANKB 'tile the Ape L........ Summer complaint Is unusually pre a- About a mil south of the Michigan The new Invention may revolutionize I

I V DCSICN9CorvRionT. Ac.nln Thrt' busbmen or low grade Hottentots lent among children this season. A well state use and near Cedar lake. Indiana.s the cotton seed Gentleman.manufacturing Industry.Country C ffice A Warerooms King, opposite
have developed ease In the wrll1r' family wan; of land which Cannon /Street: +
I n,1'i"" wndtne aSNrh sae d..rArtden mar on the plains of South Africa a small spot upon
:. our OIXIIKMI f rae v hMbOT annlon cured last week by the timely use of
refuses to
t hi pmhitlilf' pMentable. Comnmnl. a language which bas been proved by Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and DUrbooa vegetation absolutely STOW ...I y..r n.m.,. Q.I."I.- Charleston S. C.
'I l ,,
i.'inctlrcoiill.tetithil.. ''''''. I il 1..PatcnU*..... Caroler to be a close approxlmatiou to Remedy on* of the best patent The surrounding, though apparent. When you smother a flaky: biscuitIn ,
l l'rc..... taa.. throoih Murin A t:... receive of the higher apes. It consists of medicines manufactured and which U always Iy the same If very productive. The and
that honey at the late winter breakfast Sash Cord
1 ""' MM entity. wlI h...,.h.....o, in the In diameter Weights
hissing clicking and grunting sounds. kept on hand at the home of ye spot Is teas than 20 feet table yon want to ODd In It that fresh ,

Sd ntlfic 3lmerlcan.A scribe. This Is not Intended tae a free and Is located In a grove which tradition June taste that makes you smell clover Hardware

h.nnenm.ty" m'.c--r _"Y'. r.- "'''' Children often cry not from pain bat pall<< for the company who do not advertise dl'f"llIo-.lI to have been the lortnr blooms and bear the bees buzzing.: So
",.,It"C of unf'cvwntiuo ] ., bu4bali i re..d Mi rj.'NevYcrk. from hunger, seal I your honey as soon as taken from Wlndowand Fancy Clasf
within of
b
r trouble arises from Inanition; tbvlr who may not easy access a
'Nrrr, CO.3 lB eeiiiay The food Is not assimilated, but devoured by physician. Xo family should be without Those who live on farms are especially the hives, and It will Dot change Its A SPECIALTY.

Branch Office.IDS V HU WalMmiton.D.C. worms. A few doses of White's Cream a bottle of this medicine In the house, fable to many accidental cots, barns and flavor\ and will cand very little, It

j I Vermifuge will destroy the worms, when especially In summer tlma.-Tan.lnjr I bruises which heal rapidly when Ballard's any. Half gallon glass Hit sealing jars

oley's Kidney Cure the children will begin to thrive at once I nws Journal. For sal.by druggists aatlall I Snow Liniment Is applied. Price, 23: and are tb. best receptacles.-Farm Jour DYSPEPTIC.DS

Price CO cents B. R. Wilson: Hoo.o. ., medicine dealers. 60 cents B. R. Wilson A Hoo.Jj: nal. The attest .M to DIG:::'TION.
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4. EAST COAST ADVOCATE, JULY 28, WOl.
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President VVw. M. BROWN 1
JAMES. PMTCHABD, ; ,
EAST COAST ADVOCATE. PARDONING CRIMINALS.Much ASPHALT GRAVEL ROOFING. C. S. SCUUYLEK, Cashier.

has been said on the sub-

A WBBKLT JOUBNAL-DBVOTBD TO THE DAVE ject of indiscriminate1 pardonIng INDIAN RIVER STATE BANE H

OrMEHT OV TBB INDIAN KIVKft, LAZE of criminals, and many of these
GUARANTEED FOR 10 YEARS. GOOD FOR 25 YEARS. '
BOTIOHf.
BAT
BIBOAVNB
WORTU AND utterances deserve the careful attention
COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
of the Pardoning Board.If WITH NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS.
PUBLISHED EVERY. FBIDAT.MBM. . the pardons granted are really Authorized capital, $ ioornn
p WMh MM. MVW Mi MH .M Indiscriminate and the result Paid up capital!, . '
,. are $25,000
.C..BLBII H. WALTON, Editor & Publisher
of some maudlin sentiment, then The Carder-Campbell Company Average deposits, SIOO'.OOQ

Discontinuance of advu. mint be made per the action of those in authority -

onally at this offlco or by writing. should receive that measure of criticism Transacts a General

commensurate with:''the offense Shack No. 1, Foot of :Mala Street, JACKSONVILLE FLA. : _i_: Banking
Check,etc.,may be made payable to CHABLBI I
B. WALTON,publisher. perpetrated by them againsta -Southern Selling Agents for= Business.
peaceful and law abiding coun
WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND and WARREN'S CRESCENT BRAND GRAVEL ,
Address all communications to try. No criminal should be turned ,
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, Largest and Oldest Bank on the
TITDSVU.LB, FLORIDA. loose upon a community after a just ROOFING. Cabot's Sblngle Stains and Deadening Felts. National Paint Hits! /,
sentence has been pronounced upon t{ Exchange bought and sold on :
-- .. I Worka' Structural and Technical PalnU. Countries. FOlIlgII!
him unless the" circumstances
are
Department
U. S. of Agriculture I HIGH POINT GRANITE WORKS, SrARTABURo, 8. C. ,
,
such as to lead the Board to believe Patronage appreciated. Prompt -u\" ,
Weather IJureuu-Jupiter, Fla. treatment,and favor ,' !II It
CRUSHED STONE CURB and BUILDING STONE. "Iur
that an error had been made, or BLOC .. + + servattve tanking granuli. 001Io

The following a comparative statement that_he ,had been convicted.by perjured DaROADE'S, "LYTIIITE" COLD WATER PAINT. 'I CORRESPONDENTS

of temperature and rainfall for the testimony. But, on the other .;. Seaboard National Hank of x >v \ Tll. nrlTtrsvlLL3c t
K YNe n National Bank of Jacksonville,
week ending/ Tuesday, July 23, 1001. hand, there sometimes arises cer- ; av Fla.

-1001- -1900DATK. tain facts which, when taken Into FLORIDA FRUIT. THE,. BEST DIET IN SUMMER.Our rL.A.is .
MAX. MIN. MAX. MIW.
80" 71 consideration, would seem to miti- ----- -- ,
17 .S6 70\ =
M. Lane & Son, New York in
were receipt is to find out
18 80 77 86 77 gate the offense, and render it far government: trying
this week of fine ofNlaKara
a shipment the best diet for the soldiers during the
31) 80 77 87 711 less culpable than was deemed at from Florida. -
: grapes Ship hot
summer months especially for those
20 85': 70(\ 87 70 Our
21 83 73 87 78 the time of trial. \ ments here are just commencing, and are in service In tropical countries. To this .
22 85 73 88 73 We said sometime ago; in the worth anywhere, right now, from $2.00to end a prize of $100\ was offered for the

23 85 I 70 85 74 columns of the ADVOCATE,, that no ceived$3.00.atlvlooB The to above the elf firm cot thatPlorida'scrop has also re- best ka essay on the subject, says the Palat- Store open but 6 days in the Illu!a '''Er' ;
Record. This prize has been awardedby '
Total rainfall (or the week: 1.38 sentiment should the C '
mere actuate of avocado pears this season promises the week. During that time
for the Commissary Department to
week Departure: pins from.38 normal Inches.rainfall Departure. people or the Board in securing the last to be light with, sizes smaller than Oupt. Edward' L. Munson, assistant sur we find opportunity to offer, ? a a

I from normal rainfall since January,' pardon of criminals and this we year. geon: In the United States\ army, who
There are quite a few Florida mangoes made a of the while it last!,
thorough study mat-
very
when
pins 12.01: Inches. are ready to say again but
arriving here just now, and handsome -
very ter. In the first
II A i/'. p. HAIIDIN, Observer. circumstances arise that materially fruit they are, as they lie displayedIn we should eat lens place In summer., says Dr. The Munson fuel, t- 1 5c. Matting, a roll, 40 yds. $4 80.

-. - -, justify the criminal act, then a reasonable front of the receivers'stores. And lie of the human engine consists of protein, '
AN era of reform for the -press amount of clemency shouldbe they do for quite a long time.. 'The mango which Is found In the whites of eggs, the 30c. Matting, a roll 40 yds.$9.60
has yet to make Us way Into favor in lean of meat the curd of milk of fat
13 shown the offender We haveIn ; ,
has been in Russia and\ ;
Inaugurated ,
New York. The first, receipts sell to the found In fats, /grease and oils; of carbo- Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville, Fla.
it la thought that Boon the Russian mind now a case recently triedin fancy trade at an exhorbltant price. hydrates, found in sugars' and starches

newspapers will be privileged to the Circuit Court in which ,the Subsequent receipts are hard to get rid that we obtain In potatoes and vegeta
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abuse the Czar to their,'hearts con- defendant plead guilty to the chargeof of at any price, even though the receipts bles. Prolonged heat, he says, hinders ------- --'-

tent. What a magnificent triumphfor entering a building and taking be "Number Elevens" of the most fancy Indigestion and assimilation. Fatty!
kind AND
foods should be reduced to a minimum, THE SOUTHERN FUEL SUPPLY COMPANY
civilization 1 away some goods belonging to another The pineapple market is holding up as fat Is a heating food of the highest/ ,

party, and, of course there remarkably well, the bulk of the Florida degree. and should be largely replaced,
t left for the Court'to crop having been shipped and receipts by and starches.' Protein foods. I
was nothing sugars
the first law the Coke Brick Lime Cement
IN 1888 adopting Wood Coal
being light. Red
/ Spanish are quoted as ,
do but impose the sentence of the should also be taken more Sparingly during ,
Australian ballot act was passed In follows t 2'B. 3.50; Oil's, t.uO: ; 8Gs, the very hot weather, as the whites '
Kentucky, and by 1808 this British law. Now it developes, that the $3.02 to $2.75; 43's2.00 to $:!,25; 43's, of. eggs leab meat, wheat gluten, etc,. ito''
'of had into young man has a father in another 200.: There were no Porto Itlcos or all produce great heat. Uric acid pols
system voting action come In State who Is respectable and well- Queens this week to speak of. Abbakas, oning Is likely to result from eating too Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick""
f f force by legislative every and that the such at $:.1.00 to'$2.fiO\ were In good: demandon much protein food during the hot weather !-
to-do
,: a State in this country, except North he is allured boy-for from home account of the scarcity of rarge sizes and the liver secretes too much bile, Offices foot of Uo an Street, Jacksonville Florida. Telephone \o.262,
really -was In other, val'letles.-New York Fruitman's
-
thus bilious
Carolina.
1'r., and. South making disorders commonIn '
''i by a sharp Boston crook and was Guide. summer Of carbo-hydrates you can J. K. JUUNNERLYN General Manager./

i used as a tool in the hands of the eat all you please, for eating them in excess ,
MANY attractions have already -- ------- - - ----- ------------- --
more experienced criminal.. If the MUST'PAy"ALL ARRE RS. la far less dnngerous than an excessof -----
1\\ been proponed for the State Fair at fatty or protein foods. The carbo-hy
pardon now, being sought for the
Jacksonville. A Indian drate foods are white anJ: sweet potatoes,, &
s unique Baker
boy is granted, the chances are thathe A law suit that will have much Inter- green corn, parsnips turnips beets, peas MeMurray
will be located the
Tillage upon est for newspaper publishers had just okra ,
will go back to his home and onions, fitting beans, squash and
grounds, and a sky cycle will sweep make a"new start In life, and thus, come to an end In northern Indiana, says cabbage. and Hour Is also rich in carbo-
the air 1,000 feet above the-heads Press and Printer William Duvall was hyhates. This constituent Is also abund 44O West Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.
to a great 'extent, counteract the sued by the Warsaw Northern Indlanlan
ant In
the Dorrft apples, grapes, raspberries, pears
of each day.
spectators of his for of. subucrlpllou for fifteen _
+ follies early years. arrearage I\uIIlIauall. Eat fish, chicken, vegetables Headquarters for
miss the fair. From this one example we gather years and three month Duvall orderedthe with n )11 tile beef once In while,,
that all should paper In the year 1882 and continued but light shy of pork and lamb, ,, I
be eggs
pardons not con to1 Vehicles Harness
receive and take the laitlnnUo\ from cheese and all wheat Hour. Wagon Material Bicycles
, OUIO chooses its governors for demned, for sometimes the occasion the poHtotHca regularly until 'December, ,

i terms of two years in the year preceedin'g warrants tbeir.being granted. If a 181)7) when he decided he did not want and Sundries.!,. s"KELLY"
4 and in the year following young man is kept in the c'onvlct the paper any longer and ordered It discontinued CHURCH NOTICES.

each presidential'contest': A candidate camps for several years it rarely amount due., but refrained During his from delinquency paying the SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on 'your wheel

i for governor of Ohio runs, occurs that he ever outlives the twice yearly,' h& received a statement of Archdeacon B. F, Brown will hold divine at short notice.

: therefore, in off years. He has no vices he learns there, while if he his account by mull, but his ''dead-boat church service on. Sunday.next at:St Paul's
'i veto and therefore )little proclivities were too much fur him to Eden Tlbbals, at 10:110a.: m., and ,
power, very obtains a pardon before his character at All Sainte church, Waveland-Jensen
overcome, and when a number of .
seen
actual control over legislationat has been wrecked he at 8 :30 '
9 utterly times by a traveling agent, told the latter p. m I II A WATCHES CLOCKS
Columbus. may outlive the evil effects of his he never expected 10 pay his delln.iuen There will be services at the Baptist ,,

early crime or crimes. The inten cy from the fact that he "never ordered church, Tlcnsvllle, on Sunday, July 28, I

) STATE:; Comptroller, II. Reyhold' tion of the law is not only to pun the paper." Duvall caught/ himself while at II o'clock a. ra., and 7:10:) p. m., by Jewelry Diamonds
on stand In the circuit court the Rev J. P. dniharn. Sunday school . .
) death removes from the State ish the offender but to aid him In'' by displaying for four 10 111110 a ,
a receipt month ae a. m. All are cci dully Invited.A .
of Florida one of Ira best and truest l the prosecution of a better life, by subscription, declaring he only ordered .' a Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Presents,

1. men. As an ofllcer he was very imposing such a sentence as would the paper for that length of time, yet Big l>ef.eI. ._ Waltham'Watches etc
,.:/' efficient, faithful and honest and deter him from perpetrating any continuing to take the paper from the -
postofllce regularly and had value recelv
i as a man he was held in the highest further criminal acts It .is not ed. The couri bold that as long as Du. The largest deed ever filed for record In =y- FINEWATCH and JEWELRY REPAIR!JG!

esteem by all those who were often, however, .that good results vall continued to take the paper from the Orange county Is that recently made in
fortunate enough to ,have formed : accrue to the criminal by long con. postolllce he received /goods of value and the transfer of the Diaston lands In south '' A SPECIALTY.

t'. his acquaintance. A good man has finement with others worse than was liable for the payment thereof Florida. The same deed covets land in Watch Inspector tor I'lant H)stem, and also for Jacksonville & :South western R',.
the counties of Orange Osceola, DeSoto:: Spectacles and
Eyeglasses. Charges paid one R. J. Rim,
himself still has
from be way.
gone us. something to Brevard, Polk, Lake and Lee, and is re-
1 i done to check the flow of crime, IT IS LIKED IN BOSTON corded Id each county. It covers territory _________ __ _ __ 225 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, Fu'Ball .

Mns. KRUGEU, the wife of former and pardons for the willful and obstinate enough/ to constitute a small empire.
1 BOSTON MASS., July 201001.. /The consideration named Is two million
criminal
President Kruger, is dead, a.nd the are more a hinder-
dollars. The deed Itself Is a printed
Editor Ea t Coatl Advocate
i British government had their /flags ance than a help. The Pardoning : volume of eighty-one pages, and is filed

' on, the government buildings in theTransv'aal Board's position is a delicate one, I have derived much pleasure In perusing complete, having a numum, ?.of Its own. '
demanding sound judgment. your paper, as I am much Interested
and River
Orange Colony In Florida. Every winter I take in the results
,4 hoisted at half.mast as a token of East Coast and stop about month at Had"If the you want : you will
ADVOCATE
respect to her. Her husband is AN ARMY OF BACHELORS. Kookledge: which, I think is a beautiful Using medium. an excellent; advert. ders

I much depressed on account of his place. Two winters ago I stayed at Tltusvllle -

.wife's death, and some think the The last census shows that Florida Enclosed and found it quite a progressive -The Clyde Line Steamship Co.'s

has forty-four thpusand more der place..which please find money or- agency! Is at the ADVOCATE office, Tltusvllle -
pays subscription to date.
curviva males than females: The where you" can secure reservations.!
censusof Trusting I shall have the pleasure of .

other States also shows the same calling on you personally, next winter, I -Some of our down-river readers have

Italians dearth of the fair sex as is disclosed remain, Very kindly, forgotten the fact that this office Is fully)
Tvrc .
lynched
were recently WM. F. l ICJlAnD".
in Florida. Massachusetts relieves l equipped to do all kinds of Job printing.
in Mississippi, and now there the monotony by showing a Advertising and job printing helps ns to Prom 1 FIII M ,,; ty* t<
are diplomatic contests between the considerable When writing advertisers, please publish a newspaper worthy of the East
two governments. The American plurality of females. mention the ADVOCATE. Coast and all we want Is a share of it. *
Taking It in the however .
aggregate, :
officers however, are doing all
there are more mn in
many
they can to apprehend the lynchers
and large rewards offered, the United States than women, and ADVOCATE PRINTING HOUSE.
are being
r If the sexes could be drawn up In Best Material. Lowest Prices.
I t' for the arrest and conviction of the
line there would be an amazing lot '
., men who did the bloody work. At ./
of bachelors the -
f- this writing the guilty parties have exposed to ridiculeof rr' J S

not been discovered. scoffing coquettes. .fir QUICKEST
I Perhaps we have found the cause / / SHIPMENTS.

of eo much mi.eryamong the sterner f""oo.oJl v

: WITH us the thermometer is ranKIng sex, and can now understand the =Bond
Lumber Titosville.A
P anywhere between 70 and 88 exquisite: independence of the shy ,.+.C yr Co. .

.r' degrees, while other portions of the "sweet sixteen," who encourages the ,

e!,. country are sweltering'under a hot making qoo qoo eyes, and accepts Trial Order Will Convince.S. .

wave of over 100 degrees. Why not chocolate bon bons from her enthusiastic O. VANLANDINOHAM, Manager, Titusville, Fla.Masury's .
r come to the East Coast and cool off? admirer with so much z ,
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Do you not know that Florida, in ealtgfoiJ. She knows there are -- -

,4, the summer time, in the coolest many more, just like him, hangingover

r State in the Union?In' point of the ragged edge of hope, who Paints Are Not Gheap Paints

climate, Florida is a long way ahead she could flirt with if she those to owls+'' rra yL4
of all other countries. .
do so, and then leave fora
a margin But It Is
husband besides.. economy to nile the*. Liquid Colors (ready for use) coat *1.30 per
But
GKOOT, of Ohio, says that if Mr. Why hat nature thus ordered seriously it??; gallon.pal1oo.: _Railroad Colors For sale(paste form) cost when mixed with oil $U5 per

Bryan will not fight, he will. That Are the women In the minority because only by .

impetuous apostle of free silver declines they are more dependent up- __ GEORGE':: ]F. :p. .:DDISON: : : .
to accept any other platform on some one stronger than themselves -
LUMBER
than the Kansas City one, despiteMr. and therefore need a protector AND BUILDING :MATERIAL. EAtT GALLIE, FLOIUDA.

Bryan's efforts to get him to ? As it now stands, it seems ..

recede. To Mr. Bryan's credit be If no woman need enter Into per- -.- H. A.

, it said that he does not wish to petual maidenhood, for there are --a- HODGES...

force upon the democrats of Ohioa many thousands of unmarried men Manufacture ofRonanV

a platform which they do not want. in most of the States who might : ) Yellow
Pine Lumber...
Now comes Groot, who says that prove vulnerable to the charms of Pn688

t' Bryanisiq must be maintained, some smiling angel, who has every- Fine Job Work Quickly ExecutedAT Anvot DRESSED. Orange: Box Head., PnU.nd Vegetable Crab"

whether the people .of Ohio want it thing to gain, and nothing to lose aLJ pan Loot ForidawotwKheddln8theIr! pineapples or saw;mills bulMlef locate
Writ for prien: The are
or not. married. at Buffalo Bluff
I by getting
1 THE ADVOCATE OFFICE. part of the East,Coast.near Palatka, D the J- T. K-V. Ry. Bomber delivered to am
Address: H. A. HODGES Buffalo Bluff,f,0" *-

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, JULY 26, 1901. Ii
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GEORGE :MARX. JOAN MARX.) I'' r
Eden. CEO TO -
iij.) H. ARMSTRONG !


Pineapple shipments-- are daily grow- 1VX B OS-9 G. T. BUNTING'SCharlotte !


ing smaller. Wholesale Dealers In Street! North of Plaza, ST. AUGUSTINE: FLA. I

Mrs N. Saunders has been, shipping YOUR'f' '
mangoes the past week. GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE.. -FOH

1'e 14\ Mrs. E. U. Walker of Orlando, has I

;S been visiting at Kdenwood for a week.J. Furniture Mattresses Pillows ,
Corner West Bay and Julia Stg., JACKSONVILLE, FIJI. I
11. LeTourneau made shipment of ,

att.EYE pineapple week. plants to :San: Qlego, Cal., last ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES ,IN THE CITY

.. .. PICTURE FRAMES MOULDINGS. '
:o=.., 'f.f
Catley guavas are beginning to ripen. I
SPECIALIST. As usual the trees are loaded to the We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes pod Cow Peas; Brackets::: : "WIr3.c3.0Tr:: Shades l lAND

k.3 W Bay street Jacksonville, Fla. ground. guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and tead. We want

Mrs Henry Whipple bas been visiting your Orange and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased. FANCY CABINET WARE. !'

Mrs. C. 11. Bahuey, this week, at MARX BROTHERS::!, Jacksonville, Fla.
West Palm Beach.Mr. Ankona. : B3T We only Sell to Dealers.Melbourne. N. B.--Undertaklng Department entirely I separate I


Miss Clara Ready, who taught in the _h __ _ _ _' _ __ __. __ __ -------- ---._- -------- --- --- -_ - ___ __ -_ -
( and Mrs. Jas. E. Chambers have public school at Fort Pierce, last winter, I !
has UNIFORM EXAMINATION. Not!<'<'.
opened private school here. : Cocoa.
line up from Delray for a stay, and are f
Icasantly located at the Hamer buoga- The Tea Club held '
a delightful
very AND HY VIRTUE OF A DEI'nlt)
i\v, south of town. meeting at the home of Mrs. Harry l..oan8.1 now Jensen Text Hooka to be Vaeil In the 8vplemb UNDER.... .."" and ale Imiiiod nut "f tho
Dr. Daniel week
the Richards, |ast Wednesday afternoon. QOODK A: OOODE.-Real Estate: and for Kxamlimtlon.KnroATiojfAi. Clrniilt Court In and for Itnivard County ,
Many were expressions of regret Agent for yKtna, London and Liverpool! and or so. Florida' In Chamwry, wherein W. II. Itonmplalnmtt I
Vl sympathy on the news of Mrs. L. C. Mrs. A. D. Merwin entertained the Globe, Providence Washington, Sun and 1..1. JKI'T.STATK OF Fi.oitinA. and Isaiah tiorry and Wtlllu iver' death In Miami. Her friends Tibbals Bathing Club, and other clllo Fire In.nraiiiie. Spot'lal attention paidto i Dr. Hughlett Is expected homo In a Tallahnssoe, .'11'-, Juno 17, 1IH)1. son aa Trustees fIr the African Methodist. Kpls.cotial : .
marry the residents. Church of Tltnsvlllo. blonds. are ilornnilatita -
Interests of uon* few
days.
ere many In our little town and their friends, last Thursday afternoon, July The following are the text books, with I will sell at Itilillo Am-tlon to the hlehest "i I I

mpathies go out to the bereaved fam- 18th. The warehouse on the end of the HOTEL CARLETON-Open the year ronnil. Delightful We were visited by a much needed ralu publishers and prices which will be made and heat bliiilor\ for cash, Iwlorti the Court llouso
wharf the basis of the question for the regular daft In the Town of Tltiikrllle, during tho legalleuurn
was very cosily fitted upKdressing spot to spend winter or summer. L.Ocsteil last Saturday and Monday. >
of mile onthil
rooms being provided for the bathers of on high l>lulT overlooking Indian Uniform Examination, beginning Sop- I
JA telegram came to Capt. and Mra.ntbony whom there was a Jolly crowd Delicoua HI\ler.- Terms moderate. There Is some talk of our town having tern bor 3rd, 11101 : FIRST MONDAY IN: At'OVBT, A. D 1001'
from Washington, Ga., on the FRANK KOBBRTBON Proprietor.Subsoilptlons works and
water ice
refreshments were served-after the a new factory Orthography-Hood's Word Lessons, the ran e lilting' the /Mil day of sslil month nil I
th lost. announced! the arrival
of an bath. The 25 cunts Miiynnrd, Merrill'& ('0., X. Y. that tract <>f luml lylnir: snil' lining' In. llrcvnril !
Tress to Mr. and Mrs. Gus Anthony guests dispersed at half past for the ADVOCATE, The colored people of this place cloned (' "11I1V. Klorlils slid itpvorihnd a-4 follows\ to. i iI
imgratulatlons, are extended to the four, loud In their praise of this popular the pink paper of the East Coast, will be their pi oti'acted meetings, /Sunday last. nea.llnAny IItand81..II'CulI' will do. wit: bourn H, tot 10, Ills III.TlmMoiitli .
young hostess. CompositionSwlnton's New School I luilf of ulil Lot hurfhr ronvtyeil. ,
received at the Melbourne Postorllco. d
ppy family Titusvllle, take note offco J., F. Woolen captured tho n> dal, andS. Composition, :A3 cents, American Hook front'lnir(0111 /M |'ii<>) forty-six' (..., snil afty.vi'lichthnnilrnins y

above. We thought "surprises" were such frequent S. Jones the cup at tho gun shoot last Co., Now York or Atlanta, : fret on iMiinmlt street also fronting, I 1'1;'
Mr. and little of Vero (in lit-liKi. ,)) Hlxty-tlvo I'mit and ten one bundnithiufa t
occurrences In Eden that It would Prang son, are week.O. .
III. I). Saunders recently received his Arlthmetlo-Milnu'sStandard:: (03 cts., foot on Himth Htroot. .ai-oordlnir to tho innp .
tinmisslon as Justice of the Peace fot be Impossible to surprise any ono, especially i spending a few days In town. R. MiicKay formerly connected with American Hook Co. of the I Town of 'l'Itllsvllle\\ now on tile In. the !

|ode county and held his first court toM would be on a birthday, because they i Fred Prang Is making cement blocksto the ice plant loaves In a few days for St. English; (Irnnemar-Metcalf's,10comets! I'y Clwrk's ssld dour oltliw, Itrvvaril and County, Klorliln, to s"too. I

new office at the corner of Datnrlnld expecting It. It remained for put under the McBride house. Augustine.Robt. American Book Co., costs.wAnt JONES':" I
Mrs. :H.: F. Webb to plan the ploosantcst Master In Chsnrrry.Kill .
| Olive streets on the 20th inst. Mr. United State 1I111t.ory-"lotl'1I drum- 1'.01101 I
Hinders' new room are artistically one of all, which was a perfect success, Marion Mitchell left, for Sanford, and Hardee returned, last Saturday, mar School, $1, Amorlcan llook-Co. --

fished and furnished In oak, with every Thursday' It was Mrs Harry Richard points farther uO.lth, last Saturday from St.. Augustine, where he has been Florid History-(iioi-n's, $1.25Vil- For JMvort-f.: !

''cillty to carry out all legal proceedings. ,: bh'thday-never mind which one.Mrs.'Webb F. Fisher and C. 11. Hlbbs of Cocoa, undergoing I medical treatment lliims, Wilkl1l8.1} Co., IIIIlIlmol'c I ; Kulr-

ja wish for him a long and successful Intimate invited all the relatives and were in town Tuesday, on business The steamer Spartan was detained bank's, ",1m.!! II, A W. 13. Drew, Jacksonville :NTHCfiRCI'ITCIM'ItTINANDFOI1IRtC* ;
Hrm of office. friend to meet at Cliff dale, and Flee.OtogrupbyIiedwny'aNntnra. I vard County, Klnrlila, '
tent for Mrs Kichards tocome and spend Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jackson and two here, several !hours last Friday. on account I Advanced In OmnnnrT.Kreilvrlfk r'

Another yacht race is on for the 12th the afternoon. :She: responded with great children are spending a few days in East of an accident to her engine If 1.25, A met loan Book Co. v J.a \VuliVi I> Dill. for UlrorAcAunln b

I August, between the Naiad, II. J. pleasure and walked right In the room Melbourne John Towers relumed\ taut week froma Civil (lo\lOl'nnunlt-'J'ownllen.I'1I Shorter K.: Wnlih. ) i

len, owner; and the Addle W. R. wheie the party was assembled, without arrived visit to his home In Klnslmmoo. He Course 72 American Hook Co. !It "IN'Rllln"' l>y the hill nf nnniiilnlnnnt' es'* y.
owner for $150;; a side it has a suspicion until L. O. Manning Miami, ( re, cents hlhlt..IIIII.1 tiled in said <<,,, and Uio altliluvIKi.f \
caley, ; congratulations began contemplates trip to the i'an Amerlcan
I Tuesday, and has rented the rooms over l'hYlllololty-tltcoltl's Hygiene fl 1, American .i-ouiilalimnt, flint th" "r..u.I". C Annie R, 1
ton reported. These bouts were dls- to bo showered, upon her followed by the drug store. now V.y.1I001l.. Hook Co. ., WuMi Ix a lto".r .hl"nl..f the Htateof. Klorlila.and / .
Jlod( in the race of the 13th, and their gifts; from every lady. When she had Algebra-White's School fl 1 American resldiis, to-wlti In "arliiirouKh' In the VnU
irners are desirous of testing their true untied and admired all her Rev. Stewart-Martin held divine service 1C was rumored one day lost week that coil Kingdom" of tiniest llrltalu. i
pretty
presents Hook Co.l'hYlllo..1 sold Annie K. Webb, lie. and "
the ice plant had changed hands, but the Now yon, the ui
'I'rlts. With favorable conditions a she sighed; and Maid : "Oh I dear, In Holy Trinity church last:Sunday: morning deal called off and Woogrnphy-Houston'* New, .pear lecture uses.ludi* of our Court un
was the
|ely race is anticipated. hU; la as bad getting married, so many and evening closed. factory now 4M.2A, Kldrldgo: & Uro., 1'hiluilclphln. BATUUDAY, AtKICST 2.TU.A. D. 1OI.!)

presents to take care of." The party Mrs. Frank Comstock and two children Theory and' 1'rnctloo of Ten chin orFitch's to answerpstd Mil of complaint a decree pm.doiifpnaii .
was in the nature of a farewell, as Mrs. Quite a few Cocoa people witnessedthe Tho will be mitnrnil SKSlnut you, and theroinplnlnsnt
)r. Geo. Ewing, a practicing physician Richards and of Malabar, were the guests of her ball Lectures on Touching, if I l.. will lie ulliiwcil<< to pnicvail ""-I>urle
Smith's Grove, Ky., for thirty years family expect to remove to sister, Mrs. Ellis the past week. game between the Kau Gallic Maomlllan Co., New York. with Ills/ milil' cause. I '
iltes his experience with Foley's Kld- Georgia soon, much to- the regret' of and Tltusvlllo teams last Saturday, go. Those books cnn be pii.-clmsud) from almost It..Is further ordered tt at this not"Ire. lie pu'vllshedlii :
Cure: "For I have been both- their large circle of friends. Refreshments Mr. and Mrs J. II. Baker and Master Ing up with the Eau Oalllo boys on the any book dealer In the Stale, If the CAM'. (1OAS'1' AUVOI'ATEanaws* ,. >

y L'd I with kidney years trouble and enlarged consisting of ice cream and cake, Walter left, last Friday, for Charleston, Spartan. Coming back that bight one of not nf jour book dealer's send the price
istrate gland.. I used everything known were served and! to all who have had S. C., to visit friends for a few wo ks. tho boys was pitched overboard, accident named to publisher and they will send n'ltniwi the, llmmrslile, Minor 8.:Jones, JiulitnnrsaliK'oiirt .
the pleasure of testing this young house ally, but he WRit soon recoiled', none the and. the si>al of unlcl' Jniirt at HIM I..
the without relief until I Ernest; Svedellus of ValkarUt was In postpaid. .
profession ,
Court lloiisn. In 1'1 tUllY III. Flurlda,11,1519th day "
ice
.H Induced to use Foley's Kidney Cure keeper's cream, no words of praise town last Monday His filends enjoyed! worse oil by his unexpected bath W. X. PIHCATS, of June, A, l>. IlKll, I

ter using three bottles I was entirelyrod. need be mentioned. those fine watermelon he brought with ----- 'State Supt. I'obllo Instruction. (l'C.n..I.) A, A. BTKWAnT, I,I, e211sug
of the Clrclllt'ourl.
in Thousand) Sent Into I:xllc. : Clnrk .
I prescribe it now 'dally my him. -- -- .
notice and recommend Its WHAT TWO CENTS WILL DO.-It vertyed deader authorized to --- \.j'
heartily use Any ad Is
Jacksonville\ John Every year'a lorga number of
will bilng relief to sufferers from asthmaor Willis K. Gerow, of ; 'poorsuf- I5NTAT13: 1"OlrlI':, !.
[ all physicians for such troubles, for I loners whoso . guarantee Banner Si.lve for totter, eoy.onm III.A I. M ,
R. Walker, of TItusville; John Miot, of lungs are sure and racked I
honestly state I have It in consumption, even In the worst coses. bums ulcers and .
1 prescribed scalds
with plies, sprains, -
This Is about what Indianola and A 1(. Conkling, of Till- coughs are urged to go to another
dose
ndreds of cases with perfect success. one of 'oleY'1IlJoney'aDd man, were the guests of the McBildeholme climate. lint Mils In costly and Dot al.way" any open or old sore Wilson A :Sou.: As Executor of the Estate Wtlllnrii
It. Wilson & Son. Tar costs Isn't it worth a Don't bn Treutlor, decreed., otter nt private milo
exile Dr.King's .
trial? B. It. Wilson & Son. last Monday.Mr. sure an wren .
Itelll l Estato I
described
the belonging -
- New Discovery for Consumptionwill NOTICE TO EXAMINEES following ,I
..Buckingham brlnglng'.In: from cure you at home. It', the most Infallible ; to said Estate: Ii 1
Jensen. his fruit farm, two miles west of town, medicine for grovo(: known the Sours t1III'alllle 1
Indianola. coughs, colds and all A competltlveexnnilnatlon will be heldon No. 1. The n*
some delicious White Niagara Grapes, 1
I throat and lung dlxoastw on oiutli. Thetlrstdosebringsrelief. grove on south side of Eau Oallle
and fresh biackberrlcH such one finds Tuesday, July J'.Oili, in the public
as Section 21 :27 South! .
Astounding cures creek, In : Township ,
Dr. N. McClinton's house Is nearlognnpletion. In the northern markets school building at Tltiisvllte, for award '
Wo note several Improvements In our result from persistent 1150. Trial bottles of a free schu101-ship from Hinge: East, eontnldlngtobout/ ; 61 norvn. ,
little town.J. I Mrs. Addison Fee and three children free ut B. U. Wilson & :SOD',. I'l'Ice oOcta Drevanl County, to| appointment the State Norma Tills I Ie a Una grove, number of baiirlug'. : t

Warren Hull preparing to erect quite left, on Tuesday, for their home In MarIon and $1. .Ever bottle gunriintewd. School: nt DrFiinlitk Bpi lOlls, In accordance gee*. '
commodious building near the depotbe M. Field has added another room to Illinois. We shall miss Mrs. Fee, as with previously published regulations. No. 2. All of St of NIC}, Section 21j/, :

[ used, as we understand, for a dwell- hi already cozy home. she was a noble little woman, always U. 1';. Ml MS, Township :27 South! Hange 87 East, cov- ,"t

K, store aud restaurant. Reader, do yon .subscribe for tho pink willing to do her part In all good work. South Rocl< lectge. Superintendent and Secretary. prod with .'atur. lying In said Eau; Gallic |II i

fhe i Planters' Security Bank, of Jen- paper ? If not, why not V W. A. Joplln and J. L. Alvey, of Pe- River and Eau (Oallle Hay, containing I;

a, la now In full force and effect and misoot Mo. have to Melbourne about :ill) acres, more or less ,
John Fritz's new house ia ready for county? come Mrs. Chatfleld U enjoying the summerIn Food Changed, to Poison.
seats a very pretty appearance, loca- plastering, which will be done this fall.Mra. for health. They are the guestsof : Maine.! N(1.3. Commencing at a post 103 feet ."', :
[l us it is, on the corner lot and river the Glbbs house We hope they will\ Putrefying food In the Intestines produces South of Northeast corner post of NW ,, y

bnt, where it can-not fall to bo seen. Mary Wallace and son, George, rapidly Improve In our healthful climate. Our genial postmaster was a pleasant effects like those of arsenic, but of Section 21, Township 27 Mouth, Range
recently from Scotland, but who have caller here on Saturday.: Dr. King's New Life Pills\ expel the 87 Kant. From" thence run West 270 foot, I,
jOur) popularity is recognized by then decided to make this their home, have His Jessie Goode was the guest of poisons from clogged bowels, gently, thence (South 11)7:) feet, thence East 17O: .'f :
correspondent in the flattering no- had their house re-covered with novelty :\11'. and Mrs. Geo. 10[. Robbins, of Titus We are pleased to l into J. S. Coats out easily but surely, curing constipation feet, thence Si>uth /0 feet, licence East 1K( t ,

io given J. U. Frank in your last Issue. siding. vllle, best Saturday: aud Sunday.! She at. again after his severe !Illness. I ITh.re biliousness, sick lieiulache, fevers RIIlI"er feet, thence north IIJ' feet to beginning, '
r. Frink should be especially pleased tended the dance at the house kidney and bowel troubles. Only lot.
will be known the Wilson
a largo of cottage '
J being singled out by the fair corresInclent Emmett Field expects to set out about Saturday night and reports a dellgbtfultime. very crop gua- 25cts at B. U. WiI"onIon's/: ,
as an example: ""worthy pat- 3,500: pineapple plants this fall, which, his and grapes; In this nelghboorbood No. 4. That portion of H W_!{, Section! .1 l
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nlng after for he has done much to added to the 2,800 plants he already has year, Township 27 South, Jtitoga 1)7) East I

like himself, a mark of popularity. growing, will make him a neat little beginning News has been received here of the I Everybody( who wants the new of the Guurtlltiu'it Notice of ApplicationTo \ commencing at a point 370 feet West. from t(; ,

in the pineapple Industry. death of Mr W. T. Thornton, Jr., of Tal- East Joust should subscribeor the /Hell Lund. Northeast corner post on >4 S *tlon line
'Ineapple shipping is now a thing ol liulego, Ala. Mr. Thornton had many ADvoi of aforesaid< past and fertilizing, setting new Preparations have been commencedfor friends In Melbourne, Eau Gallle and TI- JE thence East 1X() feet, thence South J
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l Ida and resetting old ones Is the order the temporary Improvement of the tusvllle, who extend their heartfelt sym This section I I. one of the prettiest on OTICB ia IHCITKIIY OIVKN: TIUTOH MOV. 1211 feet thence West to 14 Section, line, .

the day, together with Improvements town wharf with the prospect in the pathy to his'bereaved parents and sisters. Indian River, and now settlers as well ,N day the' mtli/ day a* guardian of August of A the l>..limi.thenndiirslKiuid stain' of I thence North B28/ feet, thence :East to '
all kinds. It Is safe to that Jen- near future of a new and larger freight old are charmed with It. I containing 110 acres moro
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say Last Saturday morning the steamer Heyward A, laxu ,John II laxt<'n snil Itolmrt starling point, !
i is improving faster than any town house, which will, soon be a necessity C.isaton hilnur linlrsuf Florida V. Paxton, or loss. This trace hat a fine young i;II i
Canaveral took the following Melbourn- J.E. Bettler Is still M. Day'spl'Operty (
Improving denvoaad, will apply tu lion, Minor M. .lonos,
the East Coast that has not felt the : of 600 (1100) tree*. l
About fourteen of our Indianola the ball : grove or :]
people lies to Titusvllle to witness by enlarging; the packing house Jell. of the Circuit Court of the noventu Judicial
glo touch of Mr; Flagler's millions to took advantage of the excursion by game between Titusville and Eau Gallle: and barn, and making an audition to the Clrnult of Florida' at Tltusvlltn. Florida, No. 5. Begin at Southeast corner of '

its it. Without any advertising, exIt steamer, lost Saturday to see the baseball The Misses Jessie Goode and Laura Cole: residence. of for said lI..thult hdantmewh., tOMllat( betngan prlrate sale undlrldud the Interest oneflflli lot now' or formerly owned by J. I.. Harrison "

practical output, and the atten- match and to do some shopping, reporting Messrs. A. J. Goode and Marion Mitchell. InterestIn. ) .and to those ,Iota or pan-els of thence run South across Elbow: : I
o i it has attracted by those visiting the a good time while. there, not- Welcome showers fell |here i on Satnr land lying and belnic.In rim town .Conns: In the creek to North boundary of land belonging t,
>t Coast, it ia now the acknowledgedter withstanding the rain. day and Monday, which were much County ol Hrerard, sad l Ittate of Florida' known I
N. C. sod dminrllied aa follow, tn-wltt IxiU' seven (/r)). to Wm. Treutler, thence East alone
of a section that produces more Trios. W. Carter of Ashboro, needed as some of the orange trees begun C
eight: (P), nine (U) and ten ,1n of hlimk H, suaonUInn \i Section line which 1 I. the North boundaryofWm.'Treutler'.landtdNorthbank-
enue from a limited area than anyrt had kidney trouble and one bottle of Fo- to cast their leaves. tolntlanfley'eplatof, (,''''011, snil :t
WOMAN'S RIGHTS. Woman's first 4 K
of the State. Cure effected a perfect cure of Oovtirnment totIwo4)of(: ) !section thlrtytirae
A commission man leys Kidney '
inalienable Is freedom from head )J.A letter from Miss Louise Powe (one of Elbow creek thence West along bank ,]!JM'of
o came here this told right and. he sayatbera I Is no remedy that willcompare (:S3)), township twenty four ('l.) south o| range '
summer in all your his ache nervousness and constipation, thatso with It. Wilson A Son of the ADVOOAT subscribers), who i la thirty-el is (On) east Also lot Or* (B) of IMngle" said creek to point of beginning, being lti\l!
respondent yesterday that often make her life miserable. The now In Boston, lays she contemplates fin's Unit sililltlon to the town til i taut sixl lot In Section 21, Township Mouth: Range '
vela the State In the (I) of ainglntnn's addition' to Oxns.being !
through on
d 1 vegetable sections that he had orange not chief cause of these troubles stomach making some decided and attractive Improvements a part of the. northwest quarter (NWK) 87 Knst '1'111. land I le covered 'with the 4I:
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disorders. Dr. Loyal Ford'* DyspepticldeIs Georgiana. to her residence of the nniheaar gnerterIsE( of section waters of the peek, <5<
nd any, people in such comfortable the new and perfect cure for these Ills. three. ((3ilj: t>iwn,.hlii twenty-four (!I4), pouf, '..
instances. In his business of buy- U. W. Matthew, a prominent lumberman rang_tllrtj-slx' 0Ucast. No. 0. Part of sub-division of Lot 2J, i
B. 11. Wilson & Son. and UAVID H. PAXTON, Houston' addition to Eau Jallle, cornerof
fruits and vegetables, he said In all boatbuilder of Uo cofd, Ohio.,
er sections be found people more ors Quito a number of the young people of has bought a strip of land belonging to iuartllan. Houston street and street through the ,

pressed for money, and that be could Rockledge.Geo. Indianola were down Sunday. Mr, *. Porter, of Daytona. lle will have Koesch addltlop,, fronting 10. fut on

ka some very advantageous deals ;y"anclng Pineapple season Is about over now. It cleared and vet out la orange trees. Notice" Houston root.

money on crops or by buyingen The return now are netting a little more Mr. Matthews, will also b.ue. floe residence No. 7. Commence about 0 chain all

picked, but that be could do nothof N. Hatch visited Titusville onTuesday. than two dollar per crate. and a boat-house erected. /-\Y MOTION IT IS OROBHKD: Til AT I'SDERIf link West from Northeast corner out
; that kind here, as no one .eemed 'authnrltygranted by Chanter: 4IU9, Ijiws nfKlorlila Section 20, on Section !line between Sections
fill his understand .
sick Tour ,
Rev. Slrdefleld wa too to correspondent cannot
the County of r.d ."1011 and .
need the and anted full price 17 and 20, run West chains 13 link,
their pines.money This Instance Is merely Improvements are still going ahead at appointment here Sunday. Quite a bow anybody If sane, oan make any obJection does dealers hereby as follow Impose t an occupation tax on flan thence South 10 chain 64 links, thenceSouthilodegree.80aecondaEaet8chalna
number were disappointed. to the good law recently
rationed .. an indication of the con- this beauty spot on Indian Biver. the Florida prohibiting passed No person shall engage! In or manage the bualneaa < t
ion of this aeotlon generally.as. Dr. Chamber and Miss, Myrtle Baldwin by Legislature Our orange groves are now looking In the carrying of concealed w'a|>on.. It County license shall bare been procured from
fine condition, after the recent showers. were passenger on the Canaveral I I. known that three-fourth of the state Ihe Tax Collector, which lloenae shall be Uaueii shore of Kan Oallla River In an Easterly ,
and return on Tuesday of last week to eacb perano on renelpt of the amount bereln- direction to a point due South from placet-
as. G. Ambert, of Delia, 0., writes Mosquitoes have nearly all disappearedfrom In this country have similar law, and after provided' og.therwith, theCounmyJudgs'* of beginning thence north to polntof
,
had an obstinate sore on my face which this place, much to the pleasure of Rev. A. V. niacock celebrated his find inch a law very necessary. Let this fee of twentyhvs, eenta for each linenne, and
irythlng else failed to heal. After one residents.Tbe' seventy-fourth birthday, Sunday lie is law be stringently enforced, anal o f mercy shall be signed by tbe Tax 'ollautor: and our summer and ball sun lb. County Judge's seal less, and known as the KltcheU place.
hale and for of that shown' to those whom found .
plication of Banner" Salve It began toM hearty a man age. upon are It.PI.b .
I, and after three applications it was Cocoa Ice Factory ha been shut concealed weapon upon dealer. who dealre. to use the product of No. 8. NESS of Station 28. Township

lied, leaving no war Wilson & Son down indefinitely, owing it 1 la said to lack Mr. and Mrs. Pierce have purchasedthe -- -- flre or leas' a'.t.f: :: : tax of Tea ISellar.5| 27 South, Itanga U7 East, containing Ion .
; of ready to run it. property In towii of Mr*. P.A.Black. .' nf more more than ten oeta.VltUMn acres, less railroad rightofway.No. .
money Evidently they have faith In the futureof lie Kept lll Leg. Dollar| of more then ten and not mflt'aChan '
of Jacksonyme' fifteen nets. ,Twenty UolUret, of more than 0. N W>i of Section 28, Townshlrr .1
L. C.
Clifton -
|ROM: TBE OOALA. EVENING STAR Mrs. one our thriving little town as they cow
'l''II'elvey-ear. ago J. W. Sullivan, of fifteen and not more than twenty nets Twenty- 27 South Range 87 East containing 1(1)!<<
I
'residents
prominent Is spendingsome valuable of sail
hi own four very pIeces propertyin rive Dollars) of more than not more
Of
April 1001. Hartford Conn. scratched his leg with twenty lees railroad .
acres, rightofway.No.
time here with her cousin, Mrs. S. Immediate vicinity. There are than twenty five net. Ian) ol more
H. William for sale the a rusty wire. Inflammation and blood than twenty-five and not more than nfl, net. 10. 4J: 00-100 acre, lees rallroauf :I
three more places as soon a* *
j set In. For two be suffered Kl/ty Dollar i of more Han fifty 0"....On H un-
We Close i poisoning year of
are Indebted l 16 Mr. George are advertised In the ADVOCATB. Lookout dredfxjllan.All rlght-of-wajr, being part of Lot 1 and
the finest cabbage and lettuce we have Robert Ilardee who recently underwent for the advertisement Intensely. Then the beAt doctor '.....on. .ngafe.l In buying and ihlpplng NEJi of N YfX, Hectlon 3, Township') 27 '
V seen grown in Florida. Mr. Close isvan a very painful successful operation .- urged amputation, "but," be write, "I flab,or In shipping Bah o pmannmlalrnorin Mouth, Range 37 East, known an J. L. /
: of fine Judgment and one of theVt in the :St. Augustine hospital, hart! A. L. Bruner, wife and daughter, Miss used one bottle of Electric tllttorsand J t shipping(flab nab cangbt by eniplojee*, eball be eonlilered Stewart pjace. I t

eucce..ful.) truckers In the State, returned here Beth, left here Tuesday morning on the boxes of Ilucklen's Arnica Malfe and my It la nrther dealer ordered that any ......... firm or No. 11. Lot 17 and 18, block 4, Town 1
I he Canaveral for a three months outing and leg was sound and well a* ever" For engaged In toe bu..l ,
Is as generous and large hearted Miss Mamie Hardee bas returned here / eorporatlon<< tlaugh.' of :Eau Gallle. ,
e Is Clone bought recreation among the mountain and eruption, eczema totter salt rheum taring( cattle bog, sleep or other animals, shall
> prosperous. Mr. from her visit to Miss Anita Canova, at County: an onoapatlon. tax of fifteen No. 12.: Lot 1 block Town of Kau:
need mineral springs: of East Tennessee. The sore and all blood disorder Electrlo: Kitten (lkdlars "E
[ from the Old Reliable Seedsman. West Palm Beach, where she bas been per annum for each slautrhter pen orbouse
Sutton, who handles only the best the 4lb Inst. pink paper follow*them In their travel, baa ao rival on earth. Try them. at which aaM business: I le" eondurtedi bus Gallle. Quit claim deed for this only-
VI I.* to be had especially adapted to since as it does all our wide awake and "keep B. K. WII.oD.ISou will guaranae.atl.: nothing herein snail be bald' to impose. a ta* upon field under Tax TIthe

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si strains of Cabbage, Egg Plat,-Let. Don't I for an extended visit to other. parts of October l..t. Ian anti remain In bocce until removed JOHN 1IENKY, tfj]
Onion and Tomato Seed. See die with Itch- tbeCK/oDtry. Wedding Stationery.The by the Hoard Executor Kstata of Wm. Treutl/ ;deed.
i Often children are tortured Thl order ball he pnbll...... wltb ae little <.
advertis.ment In another column. lug and burning eczema and other skIn Uy a* may be In two paper. published, II,. Tltuvll) Florida
but Bocklen' Arnica Salve beat John TIppls. Coleton, O., say: "Foley's ADVOCATe having received a nlc ,- l jA card Comity, onoe eanbi week fur "
disease Honey and Tar cured my little girl of a lot of the latest and aitMIonery) I Ct. *rfrfour nonaecntlve week. A. medium
expel Inflammation,leave type rr an advertising no
Heal. Paaeed fir
has found tbd rheumatism Is the raw tore, tonsils." p I In open * Ion tbe
pence This the skin without a scar. Clean, fragrant, severe cough and Inflamed B. now prepared to execute On abort notice, .. ____' Board Ibis "r.l day of Jolr l"'.'l. paper on the Kast- Coast can !beat thaADTOOATB. ,
fed by uric acid la the blood. cheap there's no calve on earth ft* good. R. Wilson A Boo. Wedding Invitations, Announcements, JOHN: B. WALftKRV Give us a trial ..h'., I

on f'S should excreted by the kidneys.them Try It. Cur guaranteed Only 23ct at and Ladie visiting card01,8 U* your Attests Cbalrman Board Coeinly Commlaalonen. and be convinced of cbs pink paper'.
Kidney Cure always make
Wilson jfc Son. B. R. Wilson A: Son's. The ADVOCATB doe* Job printing. order A. A. TBWART. Clerk worth.

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6 EAST COAST ADVOCATE, JULY 26, 1901.

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France experiments'conducted with nn VESTIBULED :-

Choice Vegetables automobile of 27 horsepower haveshown Pan-American EXpasitio

that 24 such vehicles can sup MITED

ply an army corps, or 30.0(10( men. with I t
always bring high prices.To .
"" BUFFALO i N.t
2UO rounds of ammunition per man YSSSJS5S"8M .
over a distance of SO miles In 24 hours (

raise them successfully and can transport heavy guns to corresponding rlrt 1 to November
advantage. 1 I.

fertilizer containing Manifestly usefulness of automobiles
a
/ w as of bicycles, depends I rgely

at least 8 % upon the condition of the' roads over q The Seaboard Air Line Raitoaj

which' they are to be run. When the N kSp E

Potash should be used. rond machines Is right are the'vastly possibilities Increased.of tbe No r A/ ,. Offers low Excursion Rates from all Florida points. Tickets on 'ILl, I lall.. i

one should undercut Iran te .tbt! highly 1 Rates from JACKSONVILLE $12.30 and $42.05; TIXUSVILLE, t'il( ) ';dial

Our books furnish useful information on creditable results already a'chleved by t 7 !I-k *P : a Cy4h06 ponding low rates from other points.
all subjects relating to the Rood roads workers In many parts
via RICHMOND and W
raising. They sre r of the country and notably In New '' Double dally service, including Sunday Ao.IIiXHTO: .,
crop For further Information write...
sent free.GERMAN. Y()$- state' The cause In which they

are enlisted Is one which deserves universal A. O. MACDONELL: Asat. Gen. Pass.. Agt. . Jacksonviii. floddt

KALI WORKS support. .
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; 93 Nauau Street, ,

Now York. Fnrmera Combine For Honde.. ; . Dixie Flyer Route . .

S Farmers of Wabash county, Ind.. are
with PULLMAN'S: FINEST VESTIBULED BtFi' , I
showing bow good roads can be built Double dally trains, r AIlS, '
by co-operation and at much reduced' -Through without change-

cost They have an agreement among i JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, TO NASHVILLE AND ST. I.'it I 1-:

themselves on road building each own -Close connections made In Union Depots for-

er of land abutting on a highway to be Chicago, Louisville'; Cincinnati, Memphis and all points West and -.rthI\'Cst.;

Free and Improved pledging In work or cash . Tri-Weekly Sailings . Be sure that your ticket reads via -

$1.50 per Accented t ,,, Masons. of the rondo Payment may be made BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. A ST. LOUIS RAILWAY. '
.
within three years, and the burden For information relative to rates schedules etc., write to ..

thus distributed Is hardly felt Tbe Calling at T. M. DOYLE, Fla. Pass. Agt, Jacksonville Fla.C. .

indian No. 00Tltusville work Is done In dull and E. HARMAN, Gen Pass. Agt. H, F. SMITH Traffli Manager I
seasons gravel till the Coastwise
i Jllver '" '' roads baverplacrd the old mud The Finest Steamships Service Atlanta, Ga. Nokbvlllb 1 TenD

highway ovpr.mnny miles of turnpike.On .

I the completion or II road the task of The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
Lodge.< Tfolit It. InflRMnfffl the nenoml and fourth frl- maintaining' It"Is assumed by be county Direct bervlce Between PLANT SYSTEM
day of each" month al the late Armory' Tltiu- inilhorltleri. The gratifying featureof

ill Own e, at w.I:00:(Hnoliln o'clock, Worxhliiful p. in. Muter.I the inntNT la the evidence" It affords Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points.

J. R. Walker Bu for Warden. of the appreciation by the farmers Interested -
: the added
value
J. M, << given to Florida. Connections
Dixon Tr'amirer. The Great Through Car,Line from : :

I F.'A., Morgan, Heoretary.ir .!..... . the form by good 1'001111.Iucb! of the !rVmtlihnund.....................7.SEMIWEEKLY.........., . .. ...SAILINGS.. ..... .... ..from Lewis Wharf Boston I Coast Line via Charleston !
-1. j L.* CarrutherLUa ) ; Doaoon. ormoftltlon. to np the good .roads---. movement Northbound.. ... ...... ...... .. ......'.. . ............. from foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville To the East via all rail The Atlantic , Richmond
aDd Washington. The Southern Railway, via Savannah Columbia]
W.1.. Woodward Junior 'Deacon has come from the class which shouldbe -

I J.. H H.. Hnraven Walton.Honlor Junior atewaril.O. Steward.. quick to engage In It and as readyto St. Johns River Line and Washington.

R. t:. 1'llln.,jr., Tyler.tt . pny a proper share of Its cost. It I.' Clyde : To the West The Southern R'y via Jesup, Atlanta and Chattanoogo.: The Li I
-- N via Montgomery. The :Southern R'y via Savannah:! Columbia
----- -- ,- a time saving .a nil money saving Investment (DeKary Line.)' ,
.for them. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. and Ashovllle. The M & 0 R'y via Montgomery.;

tt \ ORKINGTOCrETIIER.COMBINED Stopping at Palatka,Actor, St.. rrumUn; Benmroril (DeLand), Blue Spring and intermediate landIng To f the East via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New TortPhiladelphia ,
*on tbe Bt.John' Klvor. and via Savannah and Merchants
.... Sap State Highway.. Boston Jlinen |
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STEAMER "II. O. DAY. Transportation Company for Baltimore.To .
Up to Jan. 1 last the Massachusetts -
EFFORTS BEING MADE TO GAIT. W. A. SHAW and Peninsular & Occidental
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Key Wed and Havana via Port Tampa Steamship
highway commission had I Improved 31C Leave foot Catherine street, Jackionrllle a:rO p. in., Tuesdays and Saturday Prince Edwards via Boston and
To Nova Scotia Dreton and Island
f SECURE. GOOD ROADS. miles of road at a cost pf more than Leave Sanford II:110 a. m Knterprlne 60: a. m., Moiulayh and Tliundayii.; Cape Canada
\ 1 F1- $3.000.000. Atlantic and Plant Steamship line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Charlottestowj.

I 1 : : X ... Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville
'Drtvere, Antomoltlllult And nirrllat >
S O ::l\c2EJB. TOUB.ZSTS> TZOB.ETS
: .... 'JoliilUM Their Forces In theInteract There Is no longer an excuse for any
I I one to endure the torture indicted A. C. HAOEKTY, Eaat'n Pane. Agt.. .F.M.IRONMONGERJdt.: Flu. Pans. AKt., will be on sale at all points on the PLANT SYSTEM to the principal Mountain,,
: of Improved lIlnhwairB.Ueirrvre by 19 State St., New York I 204 Went llav St..lack.onvlUe, Fla.P. .
Lake and Seaside the until TO
Resorts Inclusive
September
plies when Tnbler's Pile Oint- Local tNa. throughout country ,
.. Buckeye THOS. HALEY Freight"Agent 1C. LOVEI.U; Aunt. Su
1 ,t'nl v r !Pnppori.! HoKan Jacksonville limited to return until October :31.
i ment will cure them, a remedy so moderate foot St ,Jacksonville Fla. | Foot lioiran ft.. Fla.
'The Btroououa Torts( of drivers and In price and no effective. Price r.octJl. JOHN. U HOWARD Superintendent, Foot Hnfran St., .jacknonvtllf.! .. Fla. Cheap excursion rates to BUFFAFO, N. Y., account Pan-American Exposition,
TIIKO. O. KOKK, General Manafter. war. P GLYIIS m ( (> General Agent .
"Whi.>elwel1 In behalf of Improved high- bottles Tubes, 75 cents. Wilson & Son. Cueiwbroufrb Jlullling, 19 State St., Opposite Mattery fark New York. enabling passengers to visit Niagara: Falls.Addresses .
of parties in the North sent to the undersigned will be liberally rapplied
f": wale have been doubled and redoubled C. 11. WALTON. Agent, Tltusvlllo, Fla.
Chinese as Mniculete. With all Information and handsome advertising patter.will
dime the of the automobile.
'j y'. appearance bodies The average Chinaman possesses a ---- -------- be on sale throughout the Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern Statetto
The
(, a organized which represent remarkable memory He Will learn to all FLORIDA RESORTS via the Plant System, during the season of 1000\ ()(-10U1,0a
r"t the three divisions of our citizens ited to return until Slst with liberal In Florida.
make himself' understood almost May stop-over prlvlledges
!1 (prominent In the use of the roodsinmueli any Florida East Coast Addresses of parties in the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally sup
foreign language In less than half the Ry.
:!, the drivers the wheelmen and plied with all Information and handsome advertising matter.
time It
requires an Intelligent Englishman
.- ntho chnuffeurs-seem determined to
wcwk together vigorously and unconsrlngly or American to wake himself un F. M.'a Jolly, Division Passenger Agent

I! for the nccomi shinciit of their derstood In any one of the many Chi Time Table No. 810 Effect July 7, 1001. 138 West Bay St., Astor Block Jacksonville, Fla.,

I I purpose says the New York Sun. nese dialects. SOUTH BOUND.(Read Down. (Read Up) NORTH BOUND. B. V. W re n n, Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.

I Perhaps no better Illustration ban ffntahelle Used- For Vlreernekere., {iI No.1W u.tl. No.Te NoS2 en W. B. DENHAM, General Superintendent, Savannah, Ga.
{, r I, r' <<1>oen seen of the (rntl'rnnl feeling exIstlaK 0 J Dally Dally STATIONS. Dally Dally 1 p
The nut of Balanltes rozburghll Is ,
I"" hniong these organizations than employed 'in' fireworks In India as H x A q TbapWiiia L'v..J JackHon ....... ..Ar 'Tuup i liTooaNISa to
'Was afforded at- a recent meeting h .. .. ... .. 0td .....
_ 1I: 11 ;" . tit. Auiruntlne .... .Lv 5 Slip 8110a
c crackers. A small bole Is drilled In It t
New York city. The event was auuouncctl 'I 'd Oa 6Nan 1147 ......... Hastings ...... .". Slip C'D rn
from which the kernel Is extracted 0.... q a 0 lOp IJ WI' ......i.Eiwt PaJatka......... 461p! 8 OUa7lHa hj'" y
i t as a "good! roads reunion" and I coed s:1 0 '64Hp U IIUL' ..,... Neogn ..... JIDp4U7p 7 2I\a
eat) conceived by the president of the and being filled 'with powder and w W flCQ 7opU6lp: ." .....Bunnella...... .... 0 ? Q7ti1.p116Rp"
fired bursts with a loud report so exceedingly -:3!: b. ......... Dupout........i.... 4UUp 707a688a y o 0
:1 ;Road prlrers' nusoclntlon. Among hard Is the shell. > .. 0 I'' TWp l\f.p ......... . Ormund........... !8 HDP en 1 ly 1 Southern
:"tliwiro present were couRplcunus ndvocntos Q) 7 Blip 187p14p ......Dayton........... 82P: 8 /SatD . -
s:1 BO' p ......;.Port Orange! _....... 81:1p: 8un. ... rn
of the Rood ronds'niovement from W 0 q525p: 207p ....,....New Hmyrua- .,.... a IIlIIIp1100.) .. S. y
I... A. to Being Foxy."De U .. :, amip .....:....Oak Hill.......,.... 11811p ...... '
fish ihit can swim fastesV remarked a i.c7 ... .. auvp .....TttuHvlile........ .. IMP . ... rn
'I in u .. .. .. :... C'D .
"aln't de :EI Q) II ep"/| Coi-on ...... 11I1p. .. QaJ
Uncle Kph. always
CIS .. H4Hp ......Bdrledee. Junction.<... .1 lnpi., .... y 51' +
IRS' toe bi 'oullJt.-Colorndo Springs! : p 0 ham 4 lit" .. .. .. ..F..uHaUI. ......... W4Hii!, !.. .;. etfA RailwayDIRECT
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Gazette. /:61):! t ........ Melbourne...... ,... ".. 12h i ..... y? C'D bf-.
i 53 .61161)/ ." ,, .. ... ttebaxtliui, ... . 11 57 a .. .. b rAI to!
.H' ..J"d . /ft Nip . : ........ St. Litiole. ...... . 11 lea .1 _::
Clear Air. CO ..rI CIS . . .. 8ullp ........... Fort Pleroe....... . II V.01.1.. 7ytd ....
The air In the English channel was Q tf.) s:1' 8241' ..... :.....Tlbbal... .........'a "" ..... 'en 0 _.
: so ; . II II-p ....T... ..... .. .. .. II)I"ltai.. ... ...
N' '
clear one day recently that the dome of o m ,* 2 . .. 8LUp ...........,..Jensen.. ..,. ....... . 10r.al.: .... y e tFI::!
mile's U jq o to . ... slap .. ....... .Stuart ...... rnr
Boulogne> cathedral 28 away dCJ . .. 11p" ......... Hobo Sound...?........ .. es'.I.. ....,. o' 0 LING-QUICK TIME TOWa
could be clearjy seen from Dover with r;. 12111'.t Japlter... ..... .. .... 1:1 _
..rail jq: cl.. .. 711.p" ... .. .WentPalmktach. . .. .. IIW"I'" t .... bin ton. Baltimore..
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the naked eye.To . u s:1 Q) 0 .. 8 21 viBHOp ,...."......Boynttin.Delra .... .. .. .... SO1a.: .,..''....7' fD' j HW new York Philadelphia.
1IS iL C . . .. .. ; ...... : .. .. s:"! rn CWcafl Cincinnati.
: .. III 16p ......rLauderdal:...... 82x.1....... 1' (D. Lawlsnlllt *
,. soothe the ".Id. I .0:0... ya . 11571' ... .. .Innon City: .. ....... MAl... ... 0 Atlanta, Birmingham
f fIbZ BUTS APLENTY For a scalded mouth drink cream .... W .. ,, 10 op S .. .... .. .. Miami... ., ,..,,...L' 6 < .. .. yr Chattanooga, memphis, $'. Louis, Kansas City.

't. slowly Ii.will be found most soothing. l air ua Frauw,83 a.d 78. '
various part of the country, who as Jlufr.'l fIO! AND ALL POINTS BAST AND \VB8T.
,cyclists automoblllsts or drivers of No.W No 81 NoTIBiNoTK '.'''.ISDaily No.ln NixlH No,2u No.i'1"0. 4
't 4 dioracs, discoursed Intelligently upon New M.mlcoe; For...'.. Dally,tinily iilyn Dully MAYPORT BRANCH Delis Dally\ Dally. Dally OiUy NO '
In New Mexico there are two .enor- / OTMKR LINE APFfOMDS SBKtVICB LIKE THIS
tthe need pf'better rondo In the United the Pecos 11.840p bale IOll:! a L... ....,f".k..yUI.... .. .Ar i pua Hfta8U7. loop l P Ti Its
States. General Miles, ,who spoke, mous forest reserves one on UMp! Neap step 1I0001.lroilla: ....Ja..kMOllvtlle..Lv 062a \ 11121' THE'NEW YORK FLORIDA
4 4 the of first river, In tbe northern part of the territory tullO.. 72+" & 4 .tempbaslzed Advantages Ar.. .. ...AtlantloBeaoh.. .... .. 8105l2ldp '
7:1\1p: Stop :SI4AD llUAaflOOnl \ Site 60611 8861'IO
the other the Gila In the
on river 8.
a \ class highways In'case of military conflict tll> T44p UUUu'll' :20,. .. ., ......Mayport..L. can 14'0 Ifom6up 820p THE U. FAST MAIL

F i' He said: southwestern section comprising 8,701- 0.67 0.66 .' Na81 17oY o.et N". Nu.W 1. : ;;: WM i To then Bmmt and North.'
i "Tbe subject of good roads Is one 0-10 acres. This domain Is as large as Dall_,. Dally Dall}' Datl7 PetV Daily PALATKA BRANCH DRill Dally Dally Daily l-! Q'illl

ttbaf. military men of 'course, are Inter. the states of' Rhode Island Delawareand 'S Sip 114.. ;'I '1IlI1'1/ tip 118611 1.... .Inika.Ar Tii.. 82'lAlllt,,, 12111'\ 1IaJp6Mj: ) THE CINCINNATI & FLORIQ' LIMITEDTo
one-halt of Connecticut combined. 7Wy t SUap) iMp125U1)IiMu\ : T66aAn::..EnstPaarka.In. 71,11. Aa's'19utm I lclip 60Up 81 pIIAN ,
-esttxl In. for it la oue of tbe vital ques- th.
West and North: -W..t.The :.
i' rtlons that the general has to study as DahjDeifil; ; : ATEO BUNCH. rnitll; D.Sy

IAS to how be can best maneuver his Faro Carbon. ) LV. . ., ,. ... . .. East Palatka. .. . .... . .. .. . T6p726p line through "The Land of the Hot
('brigades, corps and armies. Frequently All of the diamonds that you see In 114la( Ar... .... .... ......... .. .. .. !Ban Mateo. ..... . . .. ... ..... ... .. InI544s, j Springs N. C. Finest Summer Resort SkyAsheville Section In the

during the civil war tbe line of the Jewelers' ,windows are pure car- No. a No. 4 No.11Dally NoU World.'
bon. They are carbon crystallized tbe DatlylDstly II ORANGEOHCITY. Dally Dally SANFORD BRANCH. Dally Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville t.
tl march was marked by dead nnluiaU ..T.Hue, ,." .....811 ei.Hu. ExSu EX''I Asheville and Hot
and wrecked wagons owing to the most permanent of gems, for they can 8()w io () Lv..N.w iii mrr ..... 'ToSp Slop Tffia71Ha Lv..Titnsvale.Ar: : T3up Springs, North Carolina.
:
c': wretched condition of the roads over neither be melted nor dissolved. ,..Lake Helen..L: i 4-1Op ......... ...Mlm..L. lOTp
8MgjUIIIIa ...Or.e..,.". 1061) 424p 8B8aDfifia ." ..,.,. .. .. .Onteen... ...,...... .. 11S'2a4OOpl14aAr.Oraugecit7Jo. : Choice of Routes' to Pan-Rmeriean exposition Buffalo, n. Y.
'which the armies had to pass. On one ........ .Enterprise... ..-,. lib
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-or two occasions tbe movements of the RnsrllaH N.w.p..r.. i 100p1413p IllIOa Ar .. .. .. . Kanfortl ... .. ...,, llOOn Thro gh V .t.bured Trains, Pullman Drawing-room: Sleeping Can, Through

$ armies were very much'oiubn! missed or world all the tIS newspapers published In tbe lathe Th".TlmeT.bl.. show the timed at whloh train may bit ..xo....ted to arrive and depart Coaches. Excellent Dialog Car Service.
And one campaign had to be! nhaudonod per cent are English from the several stations, but their arrival or departure at the time ntjiuxl 1* not !guaranteed
.L for It was found Impossible properly language. nor dues the Company' hold itself responsible for any delay or any consequences &('I.. Through Trains via the Southern Railway are Operated in Connection with

/: ''to maneuver an army. On tbe InK therefrom, > t the Plant System from Jacksonville

plains we were compelled to make the A Japunvav Caetora.Jt PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL
Is the custom on the birth of a For Bate,Schedule and Information
the ,call on or address
roads as we passed<< over country.
.Of.course. In times of war us well as Japanese baby to plant a tree. This is STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. VT, T. COSBY.Traveling PaM..nger Agent, ice W,Bay St., JACKSONVILLE,JIA.

la limes of peace smooth and hardroads'httve carefully. tended until the party Is BETWEEN MIAMA KEY WEST AND HAVANA. 8.H.HARDWICKGeneraIPasaeng.rAgt., w.H.TAYLOE.A.sl0ee.Pst..Ite!tWASHINGTON. t-
been desirable about to be married, when It Is cut
eminently !
always D.
E down and made Into an article of furniture Leave Miami MoniU.ru. and Fridays .. .11 00 pm Leave Havana Wed and S"h..day..U 00 amArrive C. ATLANTA. GA.
,'but It must be obvious to every Key-Went Tnea., anlI..turd..y..* 8110 pm Arrive Key West Weil, and Illata. .. 7 tx pm :
.Ine that the 'n vent of horseless *vehicles. tor the new home.Brltlab Leave Key Went. Toes and smrdays B no pm Leave Key Went Thn and Suns ... 100 Pm I ,
-- - Arrive Havana WtxLt.'and Monday 6110 am Arrive Miami Friday.and Monday .. 6 00 am
whose utility tl'lr.mllltnry pure' -
i For of nodal time card address. Agent.
Shipping Rale.No Cony any
( has been indorsed by dUtluKulsh-
ed poscw generals on both sides of the Atlantic Rrltlsli ship may carry a deck- J. D. AHNER.. A..t. G.... Pa.... Agant. ST AUGUSTINE. FLA tgoyFLORIDA

has rendered tbelr construction load of timber: Into a British port between - --- : DAY

the hut of October and
day
.A matter of even vital Importance. In r e .
f ,.the! South .African war where perhaps April 10. THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE

sautomoblles have been put to a more I ATTnir PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION

practical military test than anywhere
: ratonteil lo the 'United State, Great Britain and Canada.
slat, it has been found that their use

jnot only facilitates transportation but til CUBA Tickets now on sale viaMallory
'that the machines can carry heavier PRICE $4.00 and S.OO EACH. Should:! be used by every Boat Builder In the U. s.

burdens and necessitate the attendance where it b. hot all the year roundScott's In Use by some of the Principal Boat t Builders in the United States.For .

f- of fewer men than would be required Lines
Sale by
) in the case" of wagons drawn by mulesor [ Emulsion
Jas. Pritchard & Son
onea. It has been estimated that. ,
sells better than where else
'1\II considering the greater speed of the any TITUSVILLE, . FLORIDA.SEE .
In the world. So don't .ATIrhYrVh,5
tooter vehicles, :JM of them each of 'J5horsepower stop taking . .
It in summer or you will loSe THE TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS.
In \
can transport a given
RATES THAN BY ANY all **
? Including
what haYetaiMd. -- -- -- OTIIEK LINE.
pounds of provisions and you
time as many .
.. Good going; on any .hip. Final limit :23.: -I
Send for a free return October
,Drollery u 1.300 horses Besides, the SCOTT ft BOWNK Chemists, THE"ADVOCATE PRINTING- OFFICE For ratee. descriptive and Illustrated matter/scheduler reservations tici'loiCif.
i use of the latter would Involve the clement 40915 t atl street N.W''ork.. JOB apply to r i
1 joe. and ,.DO'; alt dna8Ji t., riJII I Ir
which must be stored
of forage .,, *. W. PYE. Agent 220 W.Bay t..1acILJOD
1 .auf removed. aa occasion 4 u!apdt.. In Prints all kinds of Zoamerclal: : ititlonery, Wedding Stationery Cards, Bill, Etc. .. H.MALLORY A Co.?.,Oeaeral.". ?Agents.(18:'", Barling, rlmiwwick Slip' ,and ha.MS! Broadway,N.T. '


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TITUSVILLE.mi.IVER. LEAF BY LEAF THE ROSES FALL. THE HOME GOLD CURE. I LIT1IIA. UNG GA. "

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Leaf by bat the row ,.It. LlTHIA
:: : : :230TEZ': :' One Drop by by one drop beyond the recall springs run dry Am InRenlou* are Being Treatment Cured l by>ally which in Spite Drunkard i The Sweetwater Park Hotel and Baths Srmvaa.

r TITUSVILLE Summer ro... droop and dfa. o.Th.......''.... No Noxious l>o.e.KoT UMJUflIA. ,t
,4 Hut the rows bloom again : ..Hk..iiliio( the Nerve. A .I'lemunt Situated twenty miles west of Atlanta, on Southern Hallway. A commodious -
INDIAN RIVER And the *|rlnk will giuh incur. PoKltlve/ Cure for the Liquor Habit. well built, modern hotel. Klectilo: Lights Steam Heat. :Service' and I
In th* pkAunt April rain cuisine unexcelled. .Dlineral Massage\ Vapor, Turkish and Nudle Haths.Nature's "
.a il
It Is \ known and under
Et And the summer rain. and dtw.Bo now generally
( FLORIDA stood that drunkenness disease and remedy for rheumatism, pout kidney and nervous troubles. High 4
1 "AyFa altitude Dry climate. For booklet address.. JAS. E. 1I1CKKV.1II .
In hour of dot-put gloom not weakness. A body tilled with! poison,
When the springs of Rlaiinc fall and neues completely shattered by perIodical . _ u __ _. ._ ._ _ __. j ,

J. G. BAST, Proprietor. And Droop the Ilk rue maiden In their wan bloom and pal, or constant use of Intoxicating
W* shall And *oni* bop that lies, liquors, requires an antidote capable of -- -
Like a anent rem apart neutralizing and eradicating this poison J ;
The hotel fronts on the Bidden far from carries eyes and destroying the craving for Intoxi
.Y eh to ,?S.r! i L wide sweep of bav(7( miles, In the garden of the h.art- cants. Cultureis: may now cure thorn SATULAH HOUSE HIGHLANDS, X. C.
solves at home without publicity or lOlls ,
In width formed by the
), ... wed
".. to gladness
m "fi"nnf; Indian River, making It i a I Bom That will.t hope aprlng. afrrah and new I of time from business hv this woudeiful Highland, N. C., the gem of mountain summer rcHoibi Is situated ou tho
? delightful summer re When grief winter dull have fled' , "HOME GOLD CUKE" which has been Blue Ridge, about 4,0(10( feet above the sun, 7 miles from the point of Intersection ,

' Pie a is. eIDla w. ago ehi i sort. Constant cool OlTlnir piers to rain and dew- pel'fecte.lafler many years of close study of the bounlnrylincli of North Caroline, South Carolina! and leoigln.' .
Ini breezes from the sea and Bom sweet hop that breathe of spring and Ueatmentuf Inebii.Ues. The faithful Ugliest temperature Indicated bY, lov't thermometer In 17 years 87 Ten j
bay. Flowing sulphur Through the weary, weary time use according to directions of this wonderful mountain peaks from -4,5: to 0'JOO! foet high, anti 1 ten waterfalls' from :25: feet .
spiings. Special "winter Building for Ita UloMomlnir discovery Is positively guaranteed to PO) feet fall, within one mile t<> eight mllnH 'from center of
,ff < rates. In the aptrit Kloriou, clim to cure tho most obstinate case, no matter connections nnd regular lines of hacks with Wallmlln, S. C'. Correspond for
how hard a diluker. Our records further particulars with JAMES K1UKOUT; 1'ropiletor.
,
the marvelous transformation ot
'fO'O'Oc.'O 'O'O'O show __ I
thousands of di'uuknids into sober, Indus- I
JAQKSONVILLI:. pious and men. 1JLAC1C MOUNTAIN, N. C. !
Some 8 AVI VEh;:: CURE; YOUR HUSBANDS: t! ---------- .
Children cure your f."bN'S! This remedy
Homemade j la in no sense a nostrum but Is a specific Hotel Mount Mitchell BLACK MOUNTAIN, N. C. t !
IDYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 0 $ for this disease only and Is so skill ,

Spooks. 0 J fully devised and prepared that It I Is This threo-story hotel bits been furnished entirely new* throughout porcelain "
0 ny... thoroughly soluable and pleasant to the bath tuhei having been added. The hotel linn 80() sleeping rooms, line olllre, I
0 ai. QUAD. j} taste so that it cnu be given In a cup of pallor, dining rooms blllll'oOOlIl. 01'.hl'8U'lI of tine music, morning and evenIng j I I
Opposite postofflce. Centrally located. : tenor coffee without the knowledge of ; Is amltl beautiful ulindod grove, with seven hundred feet of verandas I
Thoroughly repaired and le- rt COPtHIOHT, 1001 IT 0. .. LIWU. f\, the poison taking It. Thousands of The tower of hotel being live stories, gives the finest view of mountain scenery :

novatod. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted. . , drunkards have ouied themselves with to be hilt! In the State. Direct on Southern I"',., and fifteen miles north
Rates $2.50 per day and 'O'O 'O'O'O'O'OI this pilceletis remedy and as many mint of Ashvllle N C. No liner summer resort In the United. Strops! for health
up. was putting electric wires Into the have been cured arid mode temperate men or plcaxuie. Hotel opens Juno let Hilton $3 per B. W. SPERRY, Propiietor.fESTMORELAND by having the clue administered by loving to families and those remaining tho whole a'IIIIOU.n)' looimillion :desired I ,I
house of a gentleman! named Kndrlsw",, ,, fitends nail relatives without their address: euro Hotel{ Mount Mitchell Back Mountain, N. C. I,

living la a fashionable street In Lou knowledge In coffee or tea and believe. Formerly of Jacksonville, V\n.\ huts N< I.. WARD, I'rop.

HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Sticets. don when one day he Invited me Into to-day that they discontinued drinking of . ...
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their own free will. DO NOT WAIT. .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. his library, poured me out a glass of .
Do not bo deluded by apparent and misleading inNi>iicsoNVirri% N. c.
American and wine and then bad a story to relate. 'Improvement.' Drive out the "
European plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened -- ---- ------ .
From his statements It appeared) that disease at once and for nil time. The
this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water his mother, who was an old lady of 75,, "110111 E GOLD (.'UHII." Is sold at the THE 'VIIII.'I HENDKUSONVILLK, N. C.

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All had long been a member of a certain extremely low price of One Dollar thus llonU.raonvllW. New Hotel.
placing within reach of everybody a treatment ; The ttryest In Carolina
all the Attitude 2,5nO foot climate North.
street cars pas the door. Rooms /50o, 7So: and $1 a day. Rooms and charitable organization and certain more elTectnnl than others costing Open year.

board 2.00 to $2.50 per day. members of It bad secured an undue $25 to $:0. Full directions accompany Golf links. Twenty-live notes beautiful grove. One hundred advice skilled bedrooms. Electric lights. Steam heat Kluvntor. Tennis court. Hall rooms..
Mrs..A. J. WALKER Proprietor.ST. Influence over her. She was being pea each package. Irpeclal by
and deed the society a physicians when requested without extia Mineral Springs liiith rooms. Ten-pin alley All modern conveniences.. ,
to buy
Bunded
charge. :Sent prepaid l to putt of the .
any }< fuither Information and rates, nddress.llAUDIN .
AUGUSTINE. / certain house and lot valued nt about world l on receipt of if I. Address Dept
[3OOO, and tho son's arguments ami C 70S EDWIN B (GILES CO., 2.I30-)2: :): & WHEELEU, Proprietors, Hondeinonvllle( N. O.
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protestations had brought about strained Maiket: St., Philadelphia. All correspondence No consumptives taken. e

FLORIDA HOUSE ST.AUGUSTINK, FLORIDA. relations. The long and short of It strictly confidential. -- .-

Tho Old City By-thoSua. 41J not want
was I think that the son policemen took up tdi'lr quarters in too HICIIMONI, VA. :
This well known hotel will remain open the JCntire: Year. St. Augustine is the' money to go out of the family and I house., A thorough search was first .

a delightful Summer Resort. It has attractions and points of Interest thatno he had set Ills wits to work to invent made of the premises and then the..

other resort possesses. Beautiful Roads and Beach for Driving and Bi\ some schema to defeat the oM lady's trio sat down to wait tor spooks. In ',
cycling. Boating, Fishing and K.thing Unsurpassed. The hotel has all Intentions. lie had got the scheme and due time the spooks came.\' There was The Lexington t mCHMOND VA. j. I
modem Improvements that can: contribute to the comfort of guests. Liberally to It MiceU. I
now desired my assistance carry wind outside, but shortly before Twelfth and Main
conducted. 230. Summer Rules no
Capacity : $2 to $2.50:! per day, $8 to large
$12 per week. For further particulars \ I out. The house itood alone on a midnight there was a gusty wall from .

addressF.. C. IIAYDEN, Manager. plot of ground and had not been tenanted the floor above a long drawn wall that American anti European plans. .
The mother
for several years. seemed to have originated In a grave American\ plan' $. ,r.o I to .I. European plan tl and upwards.: .
who wotguided
was a superstitious and woman omens and had yard. It was only u whistle of my Invention (1 MKIIIIIIT, Caterer. A, D. ATKINSON Proprietor.NKW .
LAZA by I'I'I1Ill11 worked by a yolve and a
HOTEL ,
ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
and the son proposed . . .
once seen a ghost spring, but up went the hair of the - - -- --- - -- .rr------------
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This hotel Is now :open for ROOMS ONLY. It Is centrally located, neal to knock her project bouse.In tbe'1wud lie wanted by. three doubting Thomases. The wall YOU ..' '"'
Postofflce, Bank and Cathedral. producing a haunted was followed by .spirit rapplngs on

Rooms, AOcts to"$1.00 per day; $1.50 to $0.00 per week.V. ghosts and goblins made to order. tho nail, and as a finisher there was a .
street
believed I was the man to put Fifth Ave. and IMli ,
and he The f'Ymk
D. SANCHEZ, Manager. soft sad music from ghostly llpn. Hotel Kensington
the job through successfully. police only waited long enough for the New .
lie was willing to pay a good price owner to suggest that he was .sleepy ,

LGONQUIN HOTEL ...FRO TING ON" ; for a good thing and after two or three un and wanted to go home and go to bed Select family and Transient Hotel European: Plan.
T11EPFLORIDA. meetings we came to a satisfactory and than the trio made a bolt for the "
,'ST AUGUSTINE, derstanding. It was) a two story brick street. The next day all Londonns Restaurant the Standard of Excellence.

Sea View.. Open for rooms only. The rooms ate large and airy, with house with a cellar and an attic, anti talking about the Duff house, and people OEOIU1K( 1'. HOWE, IVopiUtor. ,

comfortable beds. Rates moderate. the grounds were surrounded three or by four a came In such crowds and stood Late of tbo, Buckingham, St. Augustine, and other Floilda hotel Ij

MRS. A. S. PELL, Proprietress stone wall. There limbs were touching the around BO obstinately that It took two- .. . I
with
old trees score policemen to keep the street open I'
--- -- roof was out of repair, NAKATOOA SIMCINCJH. N. Y. t
-- ----- walls and the That was the send off for the haunted
011MONIIOTEL > windows were In a dilap
and
and doors house. The owner was literally A c. .
idated state. I found the cellar divided overwhelmed with letters and Inter 1
walls, and the rooms. EVERETT. HOUSE SAHATOOA fel'HINOS N Y. '
ORMOND BY-TIIE-SEA.: by four partition viewers. In one month .OOI) personawrote ,
COQUINA enough to look at. It was ,. ,
gloomy the ghost
East were him as to how to lay
CoastJof.FlorlJa.( an Ideal place for spooks. Down In one In the same time he find offers from as This beautiful family hotel will,\ open for the 10th season, under the same

Hotel Coquina Is situated on a bluff directly overlooking the ocean. While corner of the yard wan a toolhouse witha people to pass a night In management, on June Ur, lliot)
It offers all the delights of the sea-shore, It Is only ten minutes' walk, or five door In the wall opening upon a com many more the lie New plumbing, with the latest Improvements bus been put In throughoutthe .
minutes by horse car, from the orange groves and palm-shaded walks on the and after spending! a couple of the !house and solve mystery all this to entire house, nnd It bus also been newly painted! and! refurnished.
banks of the Halifax River. 1tls two mile&'from the railroad station, being mon. to Mr. was sharp enough to turn The hotel accommodate two hundred guests (nt reasonable rate) and lias
I reported
connected with It by horse-car. Beautiful walks and drives, groves of lemon hours about the place the account. AVhen he found that sightseers live hundred feet of shady piazza. 11
orange, and rare tropical fruit avenues of oleander and palmetto. River, EmfrUH that I could give him were coining from all parts of The location opposite Windsor Hotel on South BroAdway, Is one of the.boat
ocean and surf-bathing and fine fishing. The climate is delightful l, and is bauntedest haunted bouse'ever known l..6nlon-ayo. from towns W miles In Saratoga/ and only one block from all the principal springs. .

beneficial in cases of overwork or nervous prostration.Will In England. That door opening ou the away-.to get a look at the bouse, be For terms and other particular, address !
open about the let of June, but will be In a position to take care of commons and the high wall around the threw It open by day and charged a P. M, SIT A HEX. Saratoga,HprlnKi:\ N Y,

guests after May lOHi. Summer Rates: $2 per day; $4 i to $12 per week. grounds gave me an opportunity ,to shilling admission and fairly coined . _ _".
For farther Information address, D.C. MA+UEoSON, Ormond, Fla. come and go and do my work without money Every night for sis weeks n ,

much risk of observation. parties of from'two to ten paid money Fishing Nets. I
toolhtSuse had a garret to it, .
SEABREEZE.'he The for the privilege of bearing the spooks
which was dark and damp and entrance hieue Instance two young bloods paid

to It was effected by a trapdoor 15 apiece to have the house to themselves
BY-TIIE-SEA SEABREEZE, FLA. and a ladder and I took this attic form for three hours and I gave .

Breakers (City,Beautiful.) headquarters. Tbltber I carried them their money's worth. In another

my electric batteries and other para. Instance a party of 25 was made up at .
Two Hundred Feet North of Ocean 1>ler. \
pbernalia. and for a week I was busy t2 per bead and I routed the whole
New and up-to-date hotel. Accommodating 1(10( guests. Overlooking the running wires and locating spooks. It with two lung drawn moans as I

Atlantic. Every room an outside room. Rooms with or without bath, single tester my Ingenuity to run wire. along gang exhausted the air In an Iron cylinder I .
or suite. First-class modern plumbing throughout the entire build-
eu .
system the walls anti up and down the trunks No
Ing. Twenth-elgbt bath houses with stone floor, provided with fresh water in such a placed In one of the partitions.
and Into the house
shower baths. Life line extending four hundred feet Into the Ocean, and two of trees one left that haunted house dlsappolnteil. 11, ,
safe from -1<
be
latest Improved life boats for safety to bathers at any possible mishap and for manner l\-&t\ they should They got ghostly footsteps
deep sea fishing. Special attention will be paid to fishermen and fishing parties all other eyes but I carried this matter and sighs and walls and soft, sad mu .
i in FISHING NETS.
under the personal supervision of manager. The "Breakers1 has been erected cut very successfully. I had to rip sic till they cured for no more. Several GREAT REVOLUTION s

without regard to expense to meet: the demands of those who appreciate first- up the flooring and get Into the partitions persons were frightened Into fits CATALOGUE FREE, SEND FOR ONE. .

class service, and It will be the aim of the management to retain it as such. here and there, but my tools left and several mores Injured In the wild l To reduce our stock we are compelled to cut our formsr prices In two. Our catalogue
SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY-Opens July 1 1001. Rates $8 to $13 '
per DO trace behind. scramble for safety. The lord mayorof will 1IOTTUM PKICKS.
week. Special to families and parties. Any further Information will be glade I do not know how Mr. Endrlss London wasn't In It compared with give you present

"Furnished furnished upon cottage appplicatlon to rent In to O. A. PACETTI Seabreeze, Manager, Fla. worked It, but one day It was whispered the Duff bouse. The Chicago Net and Twine Co.
house
old Duff
L. KOCIIERSPERGER about that the Mr. Endrlss' mother weakened earlyIn
connection with hotel. II. Prop.
was haunted. A tramp told a story of tbe gameShe didn't propose to 70-$1.83 E. Indiana Street. ChloaiO, nUDol.
I It
befog driven out by strange ools ea. and buy haunted houses for anybody and
EAU GAL LIE.iotel In 24 hours It was' all over the neigh la this case she felt that murder must - -- --' -
PA io-'DY T i1iSE (
borhood. A newspaper had something have been committed and she mightIn LIVERY.Turnouts .
to say about it-in a day or two. and be- after
some way !I.e held as accessory
EAU GALLIE FLA.
Granada fore the week was out two grocer'sclerks tue faet. In fact she went right back of all descriptions pt flADDLE HORSES,
On Indian River bad decided to pass the night on her society and turned the money
In the haunted house. I was kept bad '
over to her son and then we no : BAGOAO' Transfer,
The Hotel Granada Is located at Eau Gallie, Fla., 1J>2 miles south of Jacksonville posted and was. on band at a proper further use for the bouse. I was MIn.Ding 11

on the west shore of the Indian River, unexcelled boating, bunting and hour. The young fellows took up their It as a sort of show, however, being TRAPS, Jt\Ur.IYG, Et .
fishing. Matchless climate. Launch for the use of guests. A first-class homelike station In the. parlor. baring candles, willing to help the owner out, whenIt
hotel. Rates $2.60 to $3.00 per day. Special rates by month or season ''cards drink anti a good deal of courage took. Are snd burned to tbe ground' SURREYS, '" Wm. WILKINSON, '
Open all the year. Address 'GLEASON BROS.:: Eau Gallie, Fla. didn't remain all night.
but they and tbe mystery died out la a day
Under the floors of the upper and lower LAUDAUS, I'roprletor. ..1

balls I bad placed two flat pieces of ent '
TALLAHASSEE.T. Strain.
The neat VICTORIAS Pablo Deuh, Via.
would
men waythat they .
wood In a
when the electric button .Mr. F. II. Wells, the merchant at Deer __ __ - - __ ._. __ _ _. _.
strike together Park, Long Island, N. Y., says "J always
JAMES Hotel, TALLAHASSEE,, FLA. was pressed. As those spook de-- recommend Chamberlain's fain WHITE'S CREAM is
flers sat smoking and bluffing they Balm as tbe best liniment for strains. I i

Centrally located. The only brick hotel in the city. The table Is supplied beard the sound of footsteps In the upper used It last winter for a severe lameness ORMS X .RJIF-91! !
with the best of food. Large airy room and good beds. Rate $3: to $J ball. They bad to Imagine that In. the side, resulting from a strain, and : 'w{

per day. Special by the week. the footsteps descended the. stairs, but was greatly pleased with the quick: relief .l
)MRS. F. R. LAMB, Prop. they kindly did so. Then they caught and cure It effected." For sale by all for 20 Years Has Le aU!! era, eme lei C CC J,

them In the lower ball and Imaginedthat dragg sts and medicine dealer. =.D ia'r 6i.i. DIi1VtCitri/T_. i
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GA. an Invisible being passed the open -- ------ lor .JAMES F. BALLARD, bt Lout.
ATLANTA., Home
Your Way
On
parlor door and the way those chaps ..
got out of that Douse and over the wall Stop at Camden, S. C:, Southern Pines ,...... .- ----.. -

HE KiMBALL HOUSE 'ATLANTA, GA_ was A sight to see. Tbelr story created and Ploehant, N. C. Call at city ticket '
Intense excitement and. realizing that office of th* Heaboard Air Line Itallway, PRIN'I'INC {

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT his property was In peril. the owner 203 West Day street, Jacksonville hotel, for JOBOF
elegant
Information regarding
solve the mystery. -
to
took Immediate steps
American and European Plans. Liberally conducted. AUfnrtmwriV- accommodations. ALL KINDS '
Union Passenger .. .
menu. Central location, opposite --
High Grade and Popular Hotel. For rates, etc., ddrJ s Three nights after tb> young men .' The ADVOCATE: does Job printing. ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFIOE.s .
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FLORIDA= Visitors who; uan. ORANGE JACKSONVILLE.An TR EES TO BEAUTIFY Robbins & Graham Go E. L. : R.f..1.L.LdY':: : &:, :aeO: ",

t mot call at our stores, should write for a .

catalogue of Sunny South Souvenirs (incorporated) GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
,
orange! grove almost In the heart of ,
cr : Yb the city of Jacksonville will be a novel PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.This We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES Fhi lm '

sight, but In a few weeks the golden fruit 0111'01.J We deal exclusively: the above line' of goods and solicit the trade <"I i *
will be from trees the company Grain and all Groceries delivered at :OIUIIo
seen hanging near era. Write us for prices on yom '
(1 112 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville; also at government building. :.... :.. 3ST :3D S, E. L. BRADY DRO. TITUSVILLE i. \, '
St. Augustine, Palm Beach and Nnssnu. -
/ W. H. McFarland, tbe founder of the -
McFarlaml Fruit l'rotection'Company, In the IndUu River Country; On the St. W. E.
CARROLL Uf-j|
S. W. -M, ,]
has leased the Keene lot, lately purchased
.THE ANHEUSER BUSCH.,, by Dodge & Cullens, and has already I Lucie River; at-New River and on Bay Carroll & Goldsmith

begun: making preparations to set out BIscayne, Prices to suit the times.
fruit bearing trees thereon Mr. ,
} Asso's.Famou orange Send Land List. -Dealerl1n-
Brewing McFarland recently returned from, Martinique for

t I la thn French West Indies, where Offices at Tltusvllle) and Miami, Fla. GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
St Louie Keg and llof be went on May lath for nervous pros. S,
t tort Hoar. trattoD. He returns the perfect picture QEO. M. BOBBINS, F. A. MORGAN, Crockery, r.lnia and Tinware. Your Patronage> v '.,j
of health, having gained thirty-four President. Actuary. TITUS VILLK. FLORIDA.
y Bold by MMHm F.A. Loalay and Plncnpplo Blips and Suckers. pounds( during his absence. _. un -_ . . ._._ ___ _ _
R. L. Mntliiw,Tllu,Tlle/ ) ,Pie ----- Mr. McFaiUnd was seen, and In speaking Brevard Abstract of Title Co; -

By Mr, It. L. Motlow, Cocoa, Flu.'' Pineapple Allpn and Suckers for sale of the orange grove tbat he will soon INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY
:Nothing but first-class plants will be sole], have, said I"NothlllgI WILL FL'1tNISHAbstracts .
JOSEPH ZAPF lied Spanish and Abbakas, from tbe De- I mprewes the tourist as much TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Vlbna plantation. as tropical' fruit trees. and plants and I of Title Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Spec
Address, II. C. SrAiicx, will at once set out on this lot forty Sat- sore]
LANDS IX
f i Sole Agent. 22: 3t Malabar, Fla. lima orange trees, all of which will bo -FOU paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my tii

bearing fruit. These trees are from six Brevard County.Office T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.

i 010 to A tbat we can grow: all kinds of fruit hereIn
GEO. M. BOBBINS W C. II. SWAIS.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ----- a Jacksonville. J. R. ALKF.R.
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; Fifteen acr,! pineapple plantation. "I brought with me from Martinique a TlTUSVILLK, t FLA.
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Three acres Improved. About one and large/ number of palm trees, which are "Goods Shoes
.)) BY-- one-half 1\0r"lln pineapples. River front. the most beautiful I have ever seen. I Dry ,
Price. $(UO.UO.. ,Address, I will give: tbe city several of them for the East Coast Meat Market .
t, F. A. LOSLEY J. S. SMAIIT, City Park In rebuilding the city of
3t Rio, Fin. Jacksonville it Is, In my opinion, very G. F. DUREN, Agent. Furniture:2
Important that property owner set out a
TITUS VI r.LE, FLA. - - .- -- -- -.-- r =
and fruit will
tropical plants trees. They
c o Notions and =
greatly add towards. beautifying/ the city, ,sa MillineryNew
GEN. BUTTERFIELQ. DEAD. and cause a llI"eatnoreallo/ In real estate cia:; p:
.0.- values, besides furnishing comfort and ty Goods at close prices.
General Daniel Butlerfleld, of New pleasure to the owners, and all who see co-: 1
t York, Is dead. lie pas well known In them Every one can have tropical w YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. 1p
t Floilda, having been a frequent winter plants and fruits In their yards, and the r-:>> g.
visitor. lIe spent last winter at Miami best way to make the burnt district at- -r John R. Walker & Co.
and other Kant Coast resorts, and was tractive Is to use these plants and tieon."
always a vary popular guest Mnj Healy, general I manager of the cop TITUSVILLE, FLA.Special.

General Butterneld died at his country Florida State: Fair, has airanged with .rn.......
home, Cragitldo: at Cold Sprlngou-the- Mr. McFailaod to take charge of the : : eoa :
-e
Hudson, at 8:16: o'clock last Wednesday building department this enterprise. ./ =
.night Mis. Butterfleld and Dr E. W, Jacksonville Metropolis TITUSVILLE FLOItIDA.dt Attention !
Murdock, of Cold Spring/ were at his ----
:f bedalde. He became unconscious at 8:30
FLORIDA SPONGES.The .
u'clock'V.dnellday morning/ and so le-
fl.s malued until his death. Ha was removed : OIVKN TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-

to Crngslde from his home (n New Florida exhibit/ sponges In the tai r
, York on June 15th, In an ambulance that Horticultural Building of the Tan-Ameri Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Glassware,
S''OU""ID., .ae.; went up the river on the steamboat Homer can Exposition, Interests all who enter .
", Ranmdell. A second stroke of paralysis this palace of wondeis. This Is an Im-
1"c i.;: : ...I Harness and Stoves.
had! disabled his right side,. and poitaod Industry In this state and should .
he also Buffered from aphasia. be developed.. Mr. T. M. Wler, of Tampa r l-:::,: ,
Deoeaxed was born at Utica, N. V.. In tbe Commissioner from Florida, says : '....'..it 1 1a'1q yOur Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly.
1831. He was graduated from Union "The Kli,>rlia. sponges are of many varieties v+; ;
I College In 1840\ ; went to New York and differing in commercial value from '4 Fritcliard. c&.Son.Postoffice
Jas.
;a HEAR & TAYLOR, II went Into business. lIe joined the National (M: to a great many dollarsper pound. It .. ..., .
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i II I Guard and when the Civil War began Is one of tbe largest Industries In the "",
r> Artesian WellfifftoJHLffSl I be went to the front as colonel of the :. Slate more than 100 vessels being/ engaged ". Boa 212,
vi Twelfth Now York volunteers. lie showed solely In this trada. The business --....- -. .
great capacity for military command, Is cat"rled on almost entirely by negroes. .-.... t"\Ls""V111e.. :
1"r 1 CONTRACTORS and before theend of tbe first year of the It Is not an uncommon sight to see a FlosidaJ
war was made lieutenant-colonel of the vessel's captain and all of the crew com "':Z'!
regular army, and then brigadier.general posed of colored men. The sponges are
: Eau Gallle Fla.
of volunteers. In 1802 he was appointed gathered by means of a long pole with a If Your House Goes up in Smokeand I The Nation'sBest
a colonel I In the regular and hook attached fri__ the lower end wit,.
_____ _______,__________ un'___'_.n_ __ .. ..__ ____ jor-generni I 01. volunteers.lie ,army, a ma- which the sponge fisherman Is very expert you loose everything "San Mateo

'The 33r&svry' served under MoClellan with the lIe lies prone upon stomach It It Is you own fault. : Cigar.
army of the Potomac, and commanded the stern of a boat looking through ac hire: Xzx'lxx'Axaad3sufficient :
WO West. nay St. Jacksonville the Fifth Army Corps at Frederlcksburg.He ordinary water bucket with a glass bottom
whloh does with the e to cover the value of the prop. It's; nIlFloridu.
:FINE waa chief of staff at Chancellorsvllle I away glare I
and Gettysburg. Later he served undo from the water and allows him to iurvej erty and household effects should be carried
Wines Liquors and Cigars. Hooker and became thloommander of a the bottom leisurely while the boatman Rates are not nlgb. The companies .
division of the Twentieth Corps. He rows or sculls the boat. A schooner lies I represent are solvent, reliable and lib Why buy Imported cigars, made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored<1 with
k J4: -AnheuBer-Busch Extra Pale on Draught several at anchor from which ball eral. Claims are promptly ad just@d.Don't
times wounded
was severely In near by, A
opium and other drugs, when you can have the Florida leaf at a five-cent
neglect to take out a policy. pure
Fine Cold Lunch Served Dally. battle, and fur gallant, service was bre- dozen or more of these small boats fish,
'The boat of Service and a pleasant quiet vetted brigadier-general and majorgeneral which returns to port when It Is loadedor O. s. jSolaLxiyiox-: : price

resort JOHN Ff MUNCH, Mgr In the regular army, at night, as the case may be. The TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. FREE BY MAIL, TO ANY! Buxof . . *ioo
From the close of the war until 1800 men all share and share alike of the
General Butterfield commanded the forts cargo, the captain receiving a larger portion Correspondence Invited. ADDRESS.....)J ,BoxotDO., . . . . *U5
Your and forces of New York harbor lie re. and the owner of the vessel one.quarter .
Save Yegetables signed from tbe army in 1800 and was of the profit. Anolote Harbor -FOR SALE BY- :: :: :

appointed assistant treasurer at New In Hlllsburo county and Key West am Robt. L. Motlow Ow
i Ian. ,Nrr//r York, In charge: of the subtreasury. He the principal sponge stations off tbe ,
v .suet unaiwjews retired from ollllalllfe In order to takean coast of Florida. TltusvlllA\ and Cocoa, Fla. ----- J
s sgfb amf U01NTa'waa executive position with the Americas -

Express Company. FLOATING TOUR 1iJLLaAR1&UerOT Meld .d Crarcaem. Seed.
PALACES.The .
Whe\\ the war with Spain was declaredIn az-: : : .

q 181)8):!, General Buttertield was very active ,
o1N
eN.Tr PA ? In organizing: volunteer troops He steamship Arapahoe sailing from .

L was well known to many along/ the East New York for Jacksonville August 1st, Swept clean by the fire of May the 3rd/ Have on band again Complete
Coast of Florida, and he and his wife will be the second new ship put In service -
paid the ADVOOATB office two pleasant by I the Clyde line within the past Stock of Seeds-all {tlnds for Summer Crops Write for prices of Seeds
oalla-while. In Titusvllle two winters ago. sixty days. The new' sister ships Apache
: and Arapahoe are beyond doubt the finest for fall planting. Fresh Stock and Poultry Powders Lambert's Death to

coastwise pnsuseogersblps ever built, 4
1 A PLEASANT SURPRISE. and are fitted up luxuriously, having Cws Lice Slug Shot, etc. A few palre-of grown Belgian Hares at $3 per pair,
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every appliance known to 'modern ship inn 1
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,' .1wFW sYM NI-u. full blood.
'S'A NASLLTINE'a CA'TCHEJMoit \ Three of the conductors of the Florida building. A trip from Jacksonville to 4nThn
.. << East Coast Killway &[ea.,.. Baker, New York In one of the floating palaces L. CAMERON. The Seed Store,
of the Glyd" Line Is a pleasure long to be S 3.Z
I York and Ilunnlcut-were treated to
Protect orchids, gardens, cotton, corn, a 123 East
Bay Street. FLA.
genuine surprise M few days ago, which remembered, and what a relief it la to JACKSONVILLE,
itobacoo, ouo'umberl" tomatoes1 and all front the dust and dirt of rail
was .. pleasant *s It mas unexpected get away "::'>
4 other fruit. and' vegetables from tbe says the hit.. Augustine correspondent of travel and brent he the pure ozone of the THE GRKATKST: DISCOVERY OF THE -

vavages of Insects,, without the use of the Time-Union and citizen. They were brlay deep. Judging from the heavy NIMCTKBNTH CENTURY. ESTABLISHED 1870.
'poison or spray. Send 1.00 for sample called to the office, of Russell T. Got; lists of pansengera now going north by ..
general superintendent of the road this popular line, they qiust be doing a
who. SMOKE
? trap by mall.AGENTS. called their attention to t-he fact that : line business. Each ship from Jacksonville M. Lane & Son
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WANTED' IN EVEKY!: they had been la tbe service of the F. E. carried a full list and our home peo- YOUNG'S MAGIC ,
COUNTY Address, C. lly Co. as conductors for an uninterrupted ple are largely evidence. Secure your
period of fifteen In reservations at the ADVOOATK office Tltusvllle 2pl: WASHINQTON, TttKET NEW .
J. B. SUTTON, Seedsman, years recognition Consumption Catarrh Cough YORK.Southern
of thelf continuous and faithful ; or from Mr. F.M. Ironmonger, "
Goals, Kla. service, the road wished to show Itilip. Ilnrlda[ Passenger agent,,Jacksonville.
See local notice In another column. preciation. Mr. Goff, In his speech, saida Asthma and La Grippe Cure Fruit and Produce

good may pleasant things after which Btejro'a,Narrow -=........
# Remember that the EAST COAST he presented each with a gold button The wonderful incotM that has Lean, obtained

jinvopATB does all kinds of job printing hole'medal In the shape of a six-pointed The' Pretoria -correspondent of ,the which by thta la great shown Magic by tbs I Cur signed In testimonials eo short 'it time from. Commipsi=: .. tMIerohac.ts.: : I :
- at short notice. Send them an order I, .tar. Oo one side were the letters, "F. New York Hemld says guerilla warfare some of the bent all..n.. ...to Its cures, la a anfnoleut -

and be convinced that Its the plane to K. have job printing done the date of entering the service of the -like the Philippines-are eaten, al- la a purely' vegetable oomuound. I challengethe tatlona furnished on
application.
road, the name of the, recipient and the hough: some of the disaffected ones are world to deny thaI thi I* the first and onlysure
Please mention the ADVOCATE when date, 1001.Conductors) ) itlll |n the field-more for revenge/ than Asthma cure and for La Consumption.Urippe that ha Catarrh ever been Cough put,
'r "writing advertiser Baker,York and Hunnlout for any hopes of regaining/ their lost before the public. It baa never failed In anycaae CORRESPONDENCE!: INVITED. STENCILS FtJR IlBF.D.
'" of the Florida East Const Railway.. are onntry; and many now wish Krnger where It has been tried. Smoking Young
Y r 'l to be congratulated In being In the employ had declared Great'Britain treat ItI.|tlo Cure the smoke !goes direct to-the
Teathnonhd.i not war against lung-i,and destroys all mlorobea.
of appreciative and considerate and not Invaded the Queen's dominions. Trial McCOMB & .CO.
.1 men v the of $1 pr package. package 25 cents. .
Describing recent
escape
':" James C. Wlgnall, Boat Builder, No. 015: ex-President Steyn from the town of Sent prepaid to any part tf the U. S.: ,
I I Warren St., Kensington, Philadelphia. Kelt when Prepared only by
that place was captured by '
DEATH
.d, O. Walton) Tltusvllle Fla. r OF MRS. McCORMICK. HENRY R. THOMAS, 102 XTo-ado
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} aq. General Broadwood's brigade, the correspondent St., ICToxJeX' >r1J:..
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La Villa
Chemist
: Druggist Pharmacy.
t Dear Slr-i: Your Rapid Calking Machines I says that Mr. Steyn was in
''i 1 are la use In my boat shop, and News' comes to the ADVOCATe office bed, asleep, when the British soldiers Jacksonville, Fla. ..Make a Specialty of.
are regarded as an invention of great that Mrs A. McCormick died at Laurel were quietly surrounding this scattered .
Z utility. It saves time.and labor, and la Mies.\ on 'July llth, of enlargement of town. When the Boer pickets gave the Clytlo Steamship Line.
of great service lu calking light boats the liver. Decanted' was wellknownand alarm Sttfyn rushed out of the house In
where beauty of finish is desired, and It highly respected In Tltusvllle and his night shirt, sprang upon a horse Tickets and reservations via the Clyde" Beans and Pineapples
., ,does not bruise the seams like the old neighborhood, as well as at other places and galloped away Into the darkness. A Steamship Line can be secured of Chas.
method of calking. I cheerfully recommend on Indian River, where she spent many rifleman tired at him, but missed him.Another U. Walton, at the ADVOCATE office, TI-
i; It as well adapted to meet the ordinary winters. Mho owned property Titus tusvllle.

requirements of the trade. vllle and Mimi, Including ah orange Favor us with a part of shipments.
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Tours truly, JAS. C. AVloxALf.. grove at the latter place. She was a sis Keeldene For TUaevtll WALTON CALKING TOOL is one of your
Jklr.tVlgnall'a. boat shops are adjoining ter in-law of Mr.\ It. K. McCormick of the best things for boiubolldera and We won't ask you continue If others beat us.
Oranip'aaliip-bntldlng lids buildIng Cocnanut Grove, Dade county,and leaves Rev.J.Hughes has bought through yachtsmen; price 4 OO and $8 00 each. _
I ii the boats for the men-of-war Uia(, three sons and two daughters (all ,married Mr.\ Geo. W. Sooble commissioner,' lot For sale at Jas. Prltcbard & Sou's: ,
were built by Messrs. Cramp A: Co. I ) to mourn her 10... Deceased's A, In Kerdell's addition to Tilusvllle Tltusvllle Fla.TITUSVILLE'S. The Olden Established Grain
%:rFor sale by Jas. Prltchard & Son. many friends this section' sympathizewith from the Fanny A. Smith estate. ThisIs and Seed House In the State

the> McCormick family their sad the lot on the bank of Indian River TRAINS.The '
P On Your Way Home bereavement between the (Sidney Wilbur residence
1 '. now owned by Mr. Peter Nelson, of Perth following are the times of arrival VJ'm..Ei. :SO"\LJS Z 00.
Stop: at Camden, S. C., Southern Pines Ambo,, N. J.; and the McFarland residence and departure of passenger trains to and ,
and I'lnelmmt, N. C. 'all at city ticket Cherokee Club Dense
now owned by Mr J. G. But, of from Tltusvllle
office of the Seaboard Air Line Railway, the Indian River Hotel. I tie reportedthat ; GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
h , loa! : West Bay street, Jacksonville, '. Information regarding elegant hotel. I north the erection of Intermediate potets.wosTv.oew. .
evening was quite a success. The he will commence
accommodations. music-by Prof. Koerger's orchestra was a residence! on hi. purchase. ., Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizers
much appreciated by the dancers Lea.'to.,111e for Jacksonville at 1:es PJn.and .
many sVST
Kff" Reading notice ads. on this page who had congregated to "trip the light -Please write us whenever you fall to r TlnuvllMi Intermediate. for points.. .. TrMa-Bi m-,i.vq, , ? i_ 112 EaatDIY Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Me live cents per line per week. fantastic." I receive the ADVOCATK. ,' Arrives Tlwsvllto from easford ,to 1.10 p.m .AgU. for Purina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'yf and Plant 51teJllo



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