Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075918/00038
 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 22, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00038
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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Victor, Crescent, Cleveland, Barnes, new. Guaranteed for six years. Write iiiftvlllo, about antiltcI'm.water Hirers. -
General Interest. Stearns, Wolff Tribune. Write for for When for Information
And Topics! 'of prices and catalogues. particulars toTltos. writing please The old J., T. & K. W. freight house, WHKRR to stop. See list of hotels on
C. WATTS it Co., ncloso stamp. See ad, on ftth page.
F. W. BEERS, Jacksonville Fla. at this place until a few days alto was our 7th page
.- silent and lonesome but now a wonderful -
and General Ooulp In connection St. Augustine. Where to stop) In Tltusvlllo. See how
Society with Blicayne Bay, Lake Worth, Indian Second-hand Yost typewriter, $25.00. -Do you filter your drinking water ? change: has taken place and ,laborer carpenter, tel and boarding house advt, on 7th
machinists engineers are
Take note of the local ad. of" Mr. ,
; and Halifax Rivers, Key West -Mr. C. T. of Ankona was pagn.
Banana W. C. SDcden this McCarty, hard at work from early morning until
and all other Important Folnti along the -Do you want to buy some pet stock? on page. In town this week. ate at night netting tip the special. machinery Good accommodation: for the summer

East Count of Florida. Brief mention of Read ad. on this page. -One of the anti-germ water filters *-Mr. R. .J. Peck left for his home at lately purchased! by thl company season. Write to II. C. Stokes, Ilendor-
Interesting Event from Various Part can be seen working at the ADVOCATE MI.mon\ for the manufacture of the Mo'Iuland sonvlllo, N. C. :Superior: location.
About People Yon Know -Mr. Philip Roberts, of Mlms, was Monday.Mr.
of the World; oflico. See ad. on 5th page. Tent Protection for orange:
and People You 'Don't Know- Picked in town this week. >- J. Burner, of Lotus was In towna trees. Mr. McFnrland Informs us that The ADVOCATE Is now on file at all
-Mr. G. E. Muriel of the popular
one the best hotel In York
op by Our Society Editor and a large staffof -Mr. 1.. Hancock, of Drantley, still raveling men from Jacksonville, passed couple of days this week. ho expect everything to be In readiness Now city.

Correspondents scattered along the remains in Asheville, N, 0. through here Monday on his way south. w-Attorney Geo. M. Robbins, of this to commence making tho first order of Illustrated folders of the fine East
EMt Coast of Florida. Sheriff In Ja kaonyl1l\. tents by the middle of next week, Coast hotels, etc., to be given away, free,
Jos. P. Brown place spent yesterday
spent a day or -Mr. Geo. A. Worley, of Miami, after which show how quickly the machinery at tho ADVOCATE oflico. Send two-cent
so down the river this week. spending( a few days with his brother, in J-Take note of the election notice for has been put together. Tlumvlllo certainly stamp to pay postage. C

THE ADVOCATE, -Mr, and Mrs. John L, Jensen and St. Augustine, returned home Wednes- he town of Titusville on our 2nd page.iTWr. should congratulate herself In
Col. E. Dick who has
$1.50 per annum, In advance. children; of Jensen, will remain in Asheville day, Chas Blum, of Jacksonville, has laving secured this factory, and, nl- a most successful, season at just tho closed Long

$1.00 six months, N. C., a while longer.Mr. -Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Pyled, of this gone on a visit to Hondcrsonvllle, N. C.Judgo hough; the benefit! derived by all oo- Beach Hotel, Long Boach, L. I., willopn
'to foreign countries. Lions of Florida through this protection
$2.00 per an. J. D. Crabb, of Cocoa, who has place, are rejoicing over the arrival ofa >- D. I.. Gauldon, of this place, Invention, will bo great Tltusvlllo will the Tampa Bay Hotel, Tampa,
been spending a few days in Jacksonville little girl, which arrived on Sunday b'la., about Jan 1.
In Jacksonville this
was day so
a or receive the first benefits through; having
W Reading notice ads. are ten cents returned home Monday. last. week. secured the manufacture of them here.Mr. Mr. W. P. Hatchott nay that ho wilt

per line on this page. -Preaching at the Baptist church -Mr. C. D. Provost, of Lotus' still Judge Minor S. Jones returod Wed. McFarlaml has number of aplloatlon open the Hotel Miami, Miami, to the

-Dr. Geo. \V. Holmes, of City Point, next Sunday; morning and evening, by remains in Asheville, N. C., but he informs lesday from Sanford, where ho spent a > for his tents, and Intends havng traveling: public for tho season soon after
was in town on Sunday. Pastor E. N.. Bell. All are invited to us ho will soon return to Indian few'days.Mr. all the work poxsible done In this October 1st. italics secured all manager
river. section. He not only Intends to have for tho hotel Mr. John Smith, of tho
'Little Brown'Jug Water Filters $1.25 attend.Mr. -Mrs. J. T. Ball and two daughters, W. A. Farmer and family are lowing machine work done In tho shop, Key West Hotel, who I i" an experiencedcaterer
Walker of Jacksonville
and $2.50 Claude Walton, agent.Mr. of Key West are spending the week In now. occupying the Decker cottage(: but will send the work to tho homes of to the public In, the hotel and
but formerly of Titusville arrived here ,
and Mrs. B. W. Jerome, of Monday night to few, with Jacksonville, they having just returned south. of the Indian River Hotel. those who desire It.. This will give a club bualnoKH.: Mr.' Hatchett will occupy
spend a days *
Rockledge, are now sojourning at New from North Carolina.I -,'Mr. F. E. Stone, of this place, has woman with a family an opportunity to the casino portion of the Miami with hU
London, Conn. friends.We the Main jo benefited with the making of them bar and billiard room, which ho will not
purchased Laney place on St.: ,
return thanks to the Hunts- have just received a large supply aml'wlll It tents: at home without Interference with' open until about the time the hotel 1 Is
-People writing here for informationwill vine (Ala.) Chamber of Commerce for of filters, and am now able to fill orders, improve considerably.rOn her household duties. In fact, there are opened.
please,enclose a stamp to insure a an invitation to attend the Southern without delay. Claude Walton agent, Wednesday Sheriff Jos. P. Brown hundred and one different ways In
reply. Industrial Convention to be held thereon Titusville, Fla. roight up colored mall from Wabusao, which this enterprise will benefit tho The now Clarendon Inn, Seabreeze wnlbe

-Mrs. Schofield, of Mims, left Saturday October 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14, 18\)\ -The Woman's Christian TemperanceUnion whq .had been carlossly handling fire sommunlty. The sowing! machines will which managed I Is boiug by! rapidly Mr. Lemird constructed Gill, ,
arm very
last for White.City, where she will -We have received, as complimentsof now has paper of its own, The :! be run by an engine, which has. arrived affable gentleman, who thoroughly; understands -
teach school. the Parry Manufacturing Company, Florida W. C. T. U. Tidings, publishedat -':,Wo are sorry to announce the Ill. and I Is. being placed In position. We hope tho hotel business, and knows
ncHS of Mrs. Henry T. Titus of this hat; the people of Tltusvlllo and the
Monticello. Price 60 cents. ,
nice of all how to make his comfortable.
-Mrs. Jos. P. Brown, returned home a very map our new posses guests
East Coast will appreciate this new enterprise -
on Saturday last, after spending. a week sions. The map may be had by sending -Mr. G. W. Idner, of West Palm place house, for who over has a week.been confined to her bo Rending In their order for: Tile Inn will be provided with all the

down the river. 25 cents to the Parry Mfg. Co., Indian- Beach, who has been spending three or tent*. Everybody who owns an orange latent Improvement, and everything
apolis, Ind. four 'weeks at different places In the Airs. B. B. Pope and son, Lawrence, should not fall to connnlt Mr. will bo fixed so as to give comfort to Its
-Mr. E. Ben Carter, of St. Augustine, J who patron Time hard ()('eiul beach and
of have boon
north. returned home cksonvlllel spending
-Mr. L. B. Deesz of this on Wednesday.We McFarland, who will give full
Roadmaster of the F. E. C. R'y, was in place, conductor veral weoheatBlowing Rock you par. fine shell maths offer the bicycle rider
the Sanford branoh the C. oculars. May It live long and
town on Saturday and Sunday last. on of F. are glad to note that Bishop tor ted over Ashevllle and Henderson prosper all that could bo wished.Mr. .
E. C. R'yleft, Saturday last, for Fulton, Moore, of St. Augustine, Is steadily recovering -
-We are having rain in abundancenow N. Y., where be expects to spend abouta from his attack of paralysis. vllle this week on their way home to -Mr. T, It. Puckott, of this plncn, 0 B. Knott, General<< Manager of
and all water tanks are kept pretty month with his family. Ills wife and This will be gratifying news to his many la. spent part of Sunday and Monday at Cocoa. Florida East: Coast Hotel System, has
well filled. Everything is looking green son may return, .to Titusville, with Mr. friends.Mr.. -The Misses Zandle and Kate Stow- .' notified us that the hotels of the system
and fresh. Deesz, to spend the winter. I art and Bessie of this place ex- will open all follows: St. AugustineHotel -
-Mrs. W. n. McFarlaad, of this place, R. W. Rhodes, of the Eagle pact Jo leave, Halli part of next -The pay train on the F. E. Ry., passed Ponce do Loon will open Jan. 10;
who has been spending a'week or moreat Judge Florida W, B.who Lamar has ,been attorney general Clothing :Store: at this place, who has week, for St. Augustine, where they through hero, Wednesday and left Hotel Alcazar will open Nov. 1. Or.
of ,
Enterprise, returned home on, Satur-. several weeks in Asheville spending been spending a..couple.-oU 'weeks.or will enter St. Joseph's. Academy for the some coin among their employee. inund-Hotel Ormoml will open Jan.
Waynesville so in New York City, returned home on 15. Palm Beach-Hotel Royal 1'olncl-
day last. and other places in the mountains of Monday night. winter. -Mr. S.' G. Vaoiandlngham, of tho will Jan. 15 Palm Beach Inn
ana ;
-lIon. F. S. Morse, of Miami, is enjoying North Carolina, Informs us that he will Messrs. Rupert Paxton, of Hock- Bond Lumber Co., 'of this place, made a will open 1>eo. 2:1.: 1\IIan.I-Hotel Royal
himself at Buffalo Lithia Springs return to Tallahassee about the end of -Sheriff Chillingworth, of Dade coun. ledge, and Pierre Brannlng, of West trip to Grant on the lumber boat :Sunny: Palm open will open Jan. 10. Nassau-Hotel

Va. lie expects to leave soon for New October.A ty, arrived of taking in town back Tuesday to Miami for Geo.the Nel-purpose Palm Beach, passed through hero Monday Land, returning homo Sunday lute Royal Victoria opens Doc. 23; Hotel

York and Boston. party left here Saturday last for ion; who cut Mr. Elbert Froscher abouta will: on enterthe their way South to Bartow Florida where they -Mr, and :Mrs. Courtland Bookman, Colonial opens Jan. 10.

-Conductor Dean, of the F. E. C. Ry., City Point to spend the day. Among month or so ago. College. Military left Jacksonvlllo, Wednesday, on their We received from Merrill's Placldo
those who went were: Misses Kate way to Now York, to witness the Dewey '
who has been spending a month in the Hotel Jacksonville, a bill of faro "fit
north, returned to his duties the latter Pritchard, Sallie and Bessie Hall, Alice -A number of young pe pie went out -Eufalla, an old colored man who day celebration. [ for the god-which I I" all due to the
fca ilr. Tom Johnson's Tuesday nighton
part of last week. and Beatrice Sanders and Messrs. John their bicycles and a enjoyable bas been living hero for a number of -..Tho equipments for cutting the Inlet manager, Mr. Chas. A, Merritt, who has
Jones, D. B. Pritchard Arthur Brown, spent very died on Tuesday morning.. lIe
returned homein years, at Sebastian, left here Sunday by boon In tho hotel business for a numberof
-Mr. J. Pomar former resident of evening. They
a and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hall Theyall has been a cripple fora number
years. Rico of this who and thoroughly understands It.
team. dipt.
sma' hours. year
but now of St. Augustine, woo
returned home Sunday morning. lie expected to back to hU old home
go ha charge of the cutting of this Inlet, After November lilt this hotel will bo
passed through here, Friday last, on his of Mr. J. R. Parrott In Africa next month.
-The family left Monday's southbound train for the European soon as
to Mr. J. Beckwith, Traffic Manager; on run on or us
Jupiter Sunday.
way returning
,| of the Florida East Coast Railway, left VIce-President of the F. E. C. Ry., ar- -The yacht Erl King, of Canaveral, tho above place. tho opening of Merrill's Hotel Rathbun.

\\ '' -Attorney II. B. Saunders, of West Jacksonville the latter part of last week rived home the latter part of last week came over to Titusville Tuesday, bring -l\lrR. J M. Bright and sister Mlta Room are already being engaged by
'Palm Beach, formerly in the employ of for Smithfield, N. C., where he goes to from New York State, whore they have ing Mr. and Mrs. Geo. doG. :Schuylerand : Hunt of Nashville< ;Tenn. al''lvefher, prominent people of Jacksonville and

,Robbins and Graham, of this pllace and join his family, who are visiting there. been spending the summer months. Mrs. L. C. Schuyler.. Mr. und Mrs. Tuesday, and are topping, at the Indian tourist for the winter, a description of

Attorney W. I. Metcalf, left for home Before returning Mr. Beckwlth and -Mrs. A. M. Wesson, of Cocoa, after Schuyler returned home the same day, [River }hotel. Mrs.. Bright will take which will bo found on our 2nd page.
the latter part of last week. family will take in the Dewey celebra- ,I pending a week or so with Mrs. C. }<'. Mrs. L. C. bchuyler leaving next day charge of Limo kindergarten departmentof This hotel will bo run In flnt-clos style.

-Mr. C. T. McCrory, of Whighara Ga. tion and yacht race In New York City.In Fischer, returned home Wednesday for New York. tho public school of this city. Now that the dining: room at the Roy

but formerly of Titusville, arrived here, a letter received from Mr. J. M. I Her grandson, Roy Trafford, came up -Miss Mary II. Dlsmukon, of Nashville Miss Mille Merritt, daughter of C. A. all'olliolal1ll'alm Beach, hall been enlarged
Saturday last, to spend a month or so. Randall, who has been spending the Tuesday and returned home next day. Tenn, is numbered among the Menltt, of Hotel Placldo, Jacksonville, HO that It can seat 200 more In

Mr. McCrory owns quite considerablereal summer at the Maplewood Hotel, Maple- Representative E. B. McLln, of very popular young ladles now sojourn who haft boon studying In England! returned the dining roomtho workmen are busy
estate in and around Titusville. wood, N. II., says they are having some Lake County, who is traveling In the ing at the Ridgewood, Asheville, N. C, Thursday to her studio via New cutting another stairway loading down

-Mr. and Mrs Benj. Ilogg .and Mas- very cold weather there, Mount Wash- Interest of the popular Jacksonville) She Is cousin of Miss Julia Dismukes, York, where she will pay a short visit to from the main floor to the basement,
ter Denj., after spemding a week or so ington having a good deal of snow on Evening Call, was in town a couple of one of St. Augustine's bright and well- her sinter and aunt. making a now olllco for the manager
in Asheville, left for Clyde and Waynes- it, which looks very pretty when the days or so this week. He was a guestof known young society ladles. I and rearranging; to quite an extent, rcmoilollii -
ville. shines it. Mr. Randall spendshis the Indian River Hotel. tho Inside arrangement of tho
From there they expect to leave sun upon -The National Convention of the W. : Empty Sugar and Rico Ilurrcls
for winters In Florida. first floor. When completed this hotel
N. Y. _Mr. Gus Anthony, of Miami, who C. T. U. will be held this year at Seattle, will bo able to accommodate larger number
-Will our correspondents please -Mr. and Mrs Geo. M. Robbins and has been on a trip to New York, Boston Washington, Oct. 20-25. This Is the For sale. Address, of peoplo than over before, and the

write the names of persons and townsas sons, Rufus, Richard and George, expectto and other places, has the first time the organization has crossed WALTER MOORE, genial manager, Mr. Fred Sterry, who
legible as possible? It is very hard leave here, Monday next, for Philadelphia mountain breezes of Asheville and the Rockies, and It will be the first 8 George St., Charleston, S. 0. has so ably managed It for the past fouror

work for strange compositors to decipher and New York. Masters Rufus and Waynesville, N. C., this week. After National convention of any kind to five your, la well able to take care of
some of them. Richard will be left with their grandparents visiting relatives in Washington, Ga., meet In that state.. A special train will A New' Store. them all.

_at_ Point Caswell, N. C., until! ho will return to Miami. Gus says he leave Chicago. *
-The many friends along the East Mr. and Mrs. Robbins return from Phil has had a glorious time. Mr. J. Turner, owner of tho Duval
Coast of Capt. W. J. Jarvis, so' well- adelphia. They expect to be gone a Messrs.. C. B. Knott, general manager -, Mr. II. Spell ha located a new storeIn Hotel, Jacksonville, has boon spending
known in connection with the Florida month or more, taking in Dewey's day -We want to draw the attention of of the Florida East: Coast Hotel I tho building south of tho J., T &; several days In that city this week making
East Coast Railway and now stationedat and the yacht races. our numerous readers along the East ,System, F. R. Rernllnger and ContractorJ. K. W. Ry.. where ho Is prepared to sell plan and arrangement to overhaul,
Key West, will be pained to learn C.*at, and throughout the state In gen A. McOuiro passed through here stationery, utensil, soda water, cider repaint and refurnish that one-time
that his entire family, consisting of -Around Miami the guava growersare eral, to the advts. of the live and energetic Wednesday en route to Palm Beach and and other drink Ho will repair your popular< hostelry. The lease, which the
Mrs. Jarvis and his three daughters, are rejoicing over the great demand for business men who are bidding fora other places on an Inspection of the shoes In tho latest stylo. live him a present proprietors have on the place
ill with yellow fever at Key West. They this fruit. The supply is far too small. share of your patronage In thecolumnef hotels. They are expected to return to call. will explro seine time In December, and
are under the exclusive care of one of Dealers are constantly receiving orders time ADVOCATE. If you are In needof St. Augustine to-day Mr. Knott _.. two well-known Now York hotel men
the most expert yellow fever physicians from private families in the state; which any particular line of goods, the pink just returned from New'York the latter Wanted. will take possession as soon as the
in the city, and it is expected that all cannot be supplied. Some of the truck. paper will tell you the best place to buy part of last week. renovation I 18 completed. Mr Turner

will\ recover. Mr. Jarvis, we are sorry .!ers have begun planting eggplants and them. Read the ads. says ho will make the hotel 1)19) swelled
to say, has also been taken with the tomatoes for an early crop, and cucum. Crates. A :'iO room House, fully furnished, for place in the city, and the whole building -

dreadful epidemic ber growers are preparing ground so as To Kent I I the season of 1800.! Daytona preferred.Am inside and out, will be altered and
to begin shipping about Dec 1. of long/ experience In hotel Businessat repaired. Work will bo commenced justa
'I have the best Octagon Bean Crate Tallulah Fail*, Ga. to run the
Pet edition of the pant soon as possible and the hotel will be
Stock For Sale. -The semi-weekly
I sold Indian River. Heads )
cut In connect
ever on Arlington a good
Trucking land on Indian River -,
Times-Union and Citizen now containsthe opposite opened In January or February
even and Vxact. Cypress slate; house in Florida. Best of references can <
Jensen; bearing cocoanut on premises ,
Fancy pigeons, song and fancy cage agricultural department: which has safest best land. to G. F. PADimo.v, be given. Address, Guest registered at the the Indian t
b1N8. ; spot; Apply
rabbits, Belgian hares, guinea ,. been consolidated with the Florida Farmer ; Eau Gallie Fla. ) ItIver Hotel J. G. Bast Titusvllle
pigs' I W. C. Suedcn, Waveland, Fla. W. I YOUNO, manager, -
; white, black and yellow rats lly. and Fruit Grower. This departureof
; Proprietor Arlington Hotel, Atlanta, Ga. /'Ia., within the last few days
leg/ gray and fox squirrels, all gentle the semiweekly will be a very Important were all follow: Miss Fannie Budge, .

and all stock pure bred. Price list free. one for the farmers and fruit Titusville Laundry.Mrs. For Stile Cheap. Ueantlful and Valuable Homo Miami; R. L. Motlow, E. B. Wager, wife fi
Address, Mas. E.'II. AKMSTUONG, growers of the state as It will be especi- A and on, W. II. McFarland, R. E. Mlms,

Jacksonville, Fla. ally devoted to their interests. The Geo. Cook, of Titusville, Is now Furniture of every kind, Oak for Hale at a llargaln, jr. Titusville; Major Geo. P. Fowler, 1 1l'aiatka
editorial work will be under the handof prepared to do laundry work of every Bedroom Crockery and Mattl'o Sultnlli : W. K. Copeland.. Fort Pierce: 1
Stephen Powers, Secretary of the description. All work guaranteed. chair etc. Low ][ B. E. McLln Umatllla E. A.
Save superior quality, prices At Indian river Fla. on.
Mlcco consisting
Money by Sending for Your State Horticultural Society, a man of Leave washing at G. F, Duren'scorner on Oak '
your Cash only. Address Mann, Boston; II. J. Magruder/ :
'of 10} well built two-
Groceries! to the Magnolia ripe experience in agricultural and horticultural store, opposite ADVOCATE office. W. R. CA IPHELL, story house, 7 rooms acres,; two-story,store Hill; Capt. J. L. Baker, Jacksonville; 3 3J

Grocery Co. JacksonVille matters. Bellevue Hotel Melbourne Fla. M. Burrell Louisville T. G. Ronald,
._ Prop'r building 18x.'V2ft.: :! handsome front lawn. ;
Florida. Joe Dawson Hoes ----- shaded by palm tree; 1roo: foot dock; Lotus; Uilmond\ (Simmons, Cocoa, Mrs.L. .
C. Schgyler; A. J. Smith, E. B. G rifling
Wanted. 250 budded tangerine and
orange grape
Do You Want to Hiicnd The
19-lbg. granulated-sugar. $1.00 Are manufactured and sold by Burger fruit trees; 1W sour tree, ready to bud; New York; Mr*. J. M. Bright MUs
20-Ibs i4 white C 1.00 Experienced party In stock raising &; Baumgard, wholesale hardware deal. Winter In Florida $OO young nursery stock; artesian well: Hunt, Nashville; Capt. L. A. Hlldretb,

*' "*. green coffee.. 1.00 wants a partner with capital to start a en, 103 Chambers street, New York. 1,200 feet galvanized pipe distributed New Smyrna; L. W. LaBaron, W. J.

n.e- bs. Arbuckle'B coffee . . 1.00 cattle ranch In South Florida; best loca- 22-30 If BO, J. A. Gilbert, of 424: East .and over place; 1 acre wood abed for pineapple Davis, Cincinnati; R. S. Nelson, Jack:

S. bacon, per pound. . .6} cation In the state. Address, St., Dayton, 0., can supply you with *; a few hundred Porto Rico pine. onvllle; Carrie 0. China, LaGrange O'BrienNew; E.
Breakfast bacon u u .9 and .10 W., care ADVOCATE, furnished cottages, Mtuated at Eau Gal apple plant; railroad station on west D. Bouers, Jacksonville; J. '
Lime and Cement.
Shoulder, I' II . .61 Titusville, Fla. lie, Fla. The most beautiful location on line of this .place; tramway running to Smyrna; Claude Walton, INDIAN
BPicnio bam . II II .6l the whole Indian River and directly op- river front on the east. Thus place to be ADVOCATE; E. B. Carter, St. Augustine {
as 10 Best American Portland Cement; pOlite the mouth of the Banana River, appreciated must be seen. The very I ,".
1ba. butterinea'... ; : : : .: l,40G The San Mateo Cigar, warranted strongest and best, $3.00: per the most famous fishing ground on the handsomest place on the river The Wanted<< Sewing '

Write for prices on other groceries. barrel. Best Florida rock lime, $1,00 per East Coast of Florida. Fur further partlculars land i* of the bent hammock Orange :i iMus.
coda delivered to depot in Jacksonville. All Pure Florida Tobacco, barrel. Apply either to J, A. Gilbert trees nearly all In bearing now. Gentlemen's Clothing neatly repaired.

MAQSOU i GROCERY Co., East Coast Grown, G. PADDISO.V Dayton, 0., or to J. E. M. Hodgson, of Apply to D. L. OAULHEX, Atty., U. C, SCUIMOEOCH.
Jacksonville, Fla. No better made; try them. Ban Gallie, Fla. Eau Gillie, his Titusville, I'la.! Titusville Fla. >




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ttoo,.and)* is'!q hitejk> >sight to stringers SOUfH: LSRIDA. ?, ;
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pl to visit k:; town, likes tfyi/' But ))t,(.will 1 $ TrM, .YI It !a .to. h tf 4.d.i Kansas Cora. For Fall and"Wintet': SowIng.

pH guarantee that tor,.'erl dollar Iii,.gold A*'-every grower. of, this Dloltlralfrantof ." Harts.E. :"
thai ha been taken out of Alaska 'and fruit knows, there are three''kinds of W. Howe; editor of the Atchison Finest stocks of Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celery and'Lettuce, Black, Golden aid

the northwest territory there has been plant or sets'suckers, shins'and Browns, Olobe and author of "The Story of a Valentine Wax Beans; Georgia and Florida Rye; Texas and Florida

ten Invested and expended. .Thousands Most.sellers of 'plants strongly recommend Country Town,'" which had a big rnn'nEngland Rust Proof Oats

IsK upon thousands of people, that have suckers at double the price of slips, I U the originators of the Kansas

I come Into'this country got nothing, but and crowns are never quoted, 'probably Corn Carnival, which will be held in Write for price list. .,

spent all the way from $500 to $2,000 because they go with the fruit when it is Atchison on September 23. L. CAMERON; Seedsman,

outfitting and some moie. It almost sold. I write from thettandpolnt of one The' whole town Is to be decorated

costs money to talk up here. Meals In that sell. no plants,and neverexpects to. I with corn, and there will be a proces- 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA

the restaurants $1.50 each; furnished I give It as my experience, and also that sion of 2,000 school children bearing =

rooms $25: per week; board $25 a week; of some of the largest and most success corn-stalks.: Nobody in Atchison on GEORGE MARX. JOHN MARX

'j" cigars 23: cents to $1 each; beer CO) cents ful growers of acquaintance, that the that day will eat anything but corn food, -

Y'; per glass, and everything in proportion.We size of the apple and the time of Its pro- and this will be furnished free at the IiIA.BROS.

sail to-morrow on our down trip, duction depend entirely upon' the size court house, city halls, hotels and .,

but I don't know if we shall go through and vigor of the plant when set, and not churches. At the saloons whiskey, distilled Wholesale Dealers In

to St. Michaels or not, as the Victoria I at all upon whether it Is a slip, sucker or \ from corn will also be free, and GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE.

broke her shaft on the way up and Is crown. I have paid double the price for no other drink will be obtainable at any .,.

tied up on Andreafskl, about 250, miles sucker I.would have had to pay for price.A .

co ( t: from St. Michaels. We may go down slips, and had them bear at the same milliner of the town has discoveredthat 131 and 133 East Day Street and 6 and 8 Newnan Street,

and bring her freight up. The Tacomawas time with 700 out of 1,200 slips set at the pretty. hats can be made of corn J.a.oksol1: 'V1.J.1o, FJ.or1c1n

pushed up high and dry on the same time, and 'given the same treat- husks, and Is making one from the ,
beach when the Ice broke up In the ment, while the rest of the slips that did husks of the tallest stalk in Kansas, ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITl

FROM KLONDIKE spring, and has not been able to get off not bear until the next year were much which will be sent by the managers of

yet; so this company now has two boats smaller than those that did, or than the the cannival to Queen Victoria.Ulsiimrck'8 -
COUNTRY. disabled. If we get caught up the riverat suckers. We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Pear;
Iron Nerve guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want
the end of the season we will go Into Of three thousand plants set last year, your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
From Mount Airy! 'waltount AlrytO. winter quarters and have to stay until including suckers and slips, much the Was the result of his splendid health.

Stoamer St. Michael.En spring whether we i want to or not. I finest to-day are 7"0 crowns.It Indomitable will\ and tremendous energy We only Sell to Dealers. MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.JUT" .
Stomach Kidneys
found where ,
;. Route August Yukon 22,River.1899.c send you two Dawson papers, which ,1 Is the opinion of at least one of the are Liver not and Bowels are out of order. If

cost 25 cents each. Love to all. largest and most successful growers I you want these qualities and the success

3ly.Uear1'arentg. : Your affectionate son, know, that the slip is certainly a more they bring:,use Dr. King's New Life Pills.

As we will arrive in Dawson: City HOWAIID PADDISOX, enduring plant than the sucker. I have I They develop every power of brain and
body. Only 25c:> at F. S. Chaffee's drug John B Stetson UniversityDeJwSLnd. 1 t
i about 5 o'clock, I will now commence a set suckers that bore in a year, but they store.

r: letter to mail theio. We left St. Mich Kcmnrknhle Kcscuc. were those I raised myself, never any

I acts on the morning of the 7th with a Mrs. Michael\ Curtain, Plainfield, 111., that I bought, though a dealer stoutly FIXED UP IN FINE STYLE.
big load of freight and a fair passenger makes the statement, that she caught; maintains, in his advertisement that ., Florida.
F' list. It Is GO miles from St. Michaels to cold, which settled on her lungs; she those he sells will certainly bear within ,
was treated for a month by her Mine Host C. A. Merritt, the popularand
( the mouth of the I'lver. The Yukon but that time. I have some of these that For Both Sexes. Next Scholastic Year Begins
physician, grew worse. lIe told her well-known proprietor of Merritt'sHotel
Is like the Mississippi where It empties she was a hopeless victim of eve'n required a third season to show
consumption Jacksonville who has
I Into the ocean. About 75 miles from and that no medicine could cure her their fruit. My, non-use of commercial Tlaclde, October 3rd. Send' for Catalogue,
the ocean It-cuts through the low lands Her druggist suggested Dr. King's New fertilizers may have somewhat lengthened recently leased the Carleton hotel, is
Discovery for Consumption she having the work remodeling and reno- Academic Normal Art and Music Departments. Large
; ; bought; College, commodiou
and finds its way to the ocean through bottle and the time of fruiting, but, if it did, it
a to. delight: found herself that famous old hostelry pushed
numerous mouths, a dozen or more. The sound and well ; now does her own did the same for slips. I think from my vating forward.' In addition to the Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary arrangement, artesian water, etc., insuring

Immense amount of deposits that are housework, and Is as well as she ever observation of the condition of the plantsof artistic rapidly work that is being done on the.. perfect healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout ;faculty of 22

r : brought down the river by the current Discovery was. Free at F.trial S. CbaiTee's bottles of drug this store.Great those who use them freely, it may interior, a handsome and substantial I trained and experienced teachers. Send for Catalogue containing full information.
" out to sea and forms large have had the effect of benefiting the
are swept con-
Only 50o and $1 bottle down all J.F. FORBES ''
every guaranteed. concrete: walk Is being put Address. President.
shoal water flats for GO miles up and stitution and health of the plants them- that
around the front and side of spacious
down the coast. The boats that are selves.
PROCEEDINGS OF SCHOOL establishment. ,When finished it
I loaded deep experience a good deal'of They should be set in the growing season '
BOARD. will\ add beauty to the appearance of CHAS. s I.r' 7M cSc CO.
trouble getting over these flats into the when the ground is moist enough, ,
and comfort to passing pedes-
the place '
river, as you can only carry /5 to, 0 feet so that they can begin rooting Immed- will DEALERS IN -
The treasurer's statement for trians. Even the name of the hotel '
of water In to the river, and Clio channel tember 1st was follows: Sep iately. which is accomplished very quickly. be somewhat enlarged and made more Fine: Wines': and': :' Jlilca.TJ.ors,

t is constantly changing. After you reach Reo'd from E W Hall, tax 1898. ,$332 84 Thinking that by'setting at different euphonious, Mr. Merritt1 having decidedto i 41,7..& 419 W. Bay St.,
miles have in the would bear dlf-
Ft. Hamilton- up-you polls 1808. 600 :! It Merritt's Hotel Rathburn in -
/ fine, navigating for a thousand miles 44 "state Treas., tax 1800. t 01 C8 ferenttimes.. name ."' JACKSONVILLE, ", FLA.
It honor of the genial and experiencedhotel
t4\} deep water and a river widenthan the 1897. 10 00 last December. ,A considerable/ portionof
Bal. in treasury last reportAug 1 1740 man who will manage.it for him. '
Mississippi. From Ft. Hamilton to them did not root until: the, growing : '' ;' ;, : Bombarding Dewey

Circle City you strike what Is called they $458 01 season began, and have now made but and I patient struggle the '
After a With good things Uncle Sam !It
s Yukon Flats, and considered the worst Warrants paid during August .,,... 454 05 little more growth and are' not near [so I women physicians of Russia have secureda f1 'h.rtrf- ; r, preparing to do when he reaches

part of the river on the route. The riv- vigorous as those set six months after? decree placing them upon an equality, this side of the pond. There wil
er on the flats l is* 10 to 40 miles wide, Dal, cash in treasury Sept 1. $3 oa ward. Those standing so long wltbou'tstarting' both socially and politically, with the h .? r i be no "extra dry" sauterne, claret,
The following bills were paid by the male physicians in the empire. All Burgundy, or any other that flows
cut into hundreds of channels by to are more liable to the
up Board warrant grow will be to them "
by : official positions open tit In his honor that, will be purer,
Innumerable islands. The only troubleis Lula Bell, teacher school No. D, attacks of insects. The more vigorousplan'ts equally with men, and they will be en- higher grade, or of more exquisite

keeping in the right/ channel, and DO 2 months . ..;. . ,'. ,$5000N are at the time of setting the bettor 'titled ,to pensions after the required c boquet.than what you will find In
one' knows the river but the Indian W Robinson, teacher school No. will be the results. Where one grows length of service, and this whether or. t i1 1 0 our superior stock at all times

d pilots. They command big salaries all ]01,1, month; . . .., 4000 his own plants, it will pay him to let not they are married. i Our stock of fine wines, whiskies
M R Mali a(Toy, teacher school No. and beers are unexcelled.
1: the way from $5 to $25: per day, and 102, 1 month . .. . 4000 them remain on the mother plant until) A Word ,to Mothers. -
sometimes they hire by the trip, whichis Eliza J Powell, teacher school No. they become strong and vigorous, .and Mothers of children affected with I !@' 7'"' Blum's Pure Rye,Whiskey, 7 years.old, delivered to any part of the Stat

is more expensive still. Tho distance 100,2 months Of. .' . CO 00 where he buys them to get ,only such croup or a severe cold need not hesitateto express prepaid, for 320.
., through the flats is about ,100 miles. Annie Warren, teacher school No. plants, If possible.It ; administer Chamberlain's Cough Rem- .
107, 1 month.. . , 2500 : ;dy. It contains no opiate nor narcoticIn .
From Circle City to Dawson the scenery Jno II Sams . . . . 75; 00 makes but little difference how any form, and may be given as con-
is grand; high mountains on both sides SFGIbbs, . . . 1200 plants are set, so they stand erect, and fidently to the babe as to an adult. The ESTABLISHED 1880.
that are bold and rugged. You turn R N Andrews .... ,; , 8 00 are held firmly in the ground until they !great: success that has attended its use
and wind around some of them that are Jno M DIxon , . 4 00 root. I have tried various expedientsthat In the treatment of colds and croup has :Bond Ln'boi'Co.,
; Brevard Co State Bank, interest. 38 24 won for it the approval and praise it .
almost perpendicular from the water's Florida Star, notices i . G CO are recommended, but don't see any has' received throughout the United ,
:.: edge to the top. In these latitudes.we, Teachers were appointed as follows: great difference in results. I have puta States and In many foreign lands. For 'Manufacturers of and 'Dealers in
:, have daylight tho whole 21& hours. The Mrs. Eleanor Bright, assistant No. 2, Tltusvillo shovelful of muck In the 'hole where sale by all druggists: : and medicino deal I

'3' current Is very strong: up on this end, ; Rose; Jennie Penney Miller, No. 34, ,No.Tropic 5', Eau; WillieM. Gallic they were set, with good results at any ers.Proclamation. I LUMBER LATH; SHINGLES FLOORING, SIDING CEILING,
1.. and if we make 4 or 6 miles nn hour we Otwell No. 28, Bonaventure; EuniceA. time, and particularly so when It was of Election, For

!. do 'Going: down stream this boat Schofleld, No. 41, White City; Clara dry; ,As a fertilizer and preventive The Town of Titusville. Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
, ; makes from Ito/ 20 miles an hour. It Soganrd, No. 43, Woodley.t'upervlsorsJ. against insects and as a mulch to keep and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.Saw .
: M. Chalker
: ,is 1,800 miles from St. Michaels to Dawson vice C. Thlgpln, resigned;'' !. Cavender, Lotus,, the sand out of the plants while:small, ]I N ELECTION:< Is' to be held at Planing and ,Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards a!
and we are out 5 days too long, Woodley, vice E. C Walker, resigned. am now putting a couple of small hand. A. the Court House,on Monday the 23rd of October DeLand and Titusville.
1M1M,between the hours of 8 a. m. and
which is considered a good run up.' Order to repair or build at Oslo amended fuls of tobacco dust into each bole before e.p. m., to elect: '
Last trip on her down trip she made the to repairing: alone. setting, which I mix with the 'soil, and A Mayor.'. '
Marshall: and Collector of Taxes,
Ordered that tho buildings at Canaveral
''run in 4 14 hours : after the around' Clerk and Treasurer, HODGES.
days, running time. and Jensen be repaired.A : setting putting same A H. A.
An Ass uot of Taxes,
;: Our.running time this trip will bo a little the plants. The results so far have been and three Aldermen.The MANUFACTURER
more than 11 days This boat Is excellent. following/ personsare apjwlnteu' : Judges of
form of disease may become so com. Election: (I. F. iniren, f. R. Stewart, Geo. W, .. Pine
i :35' feet ,beam and over 200 feet, long; mon that it is regarded as a necessarycondition. Although insignificant in size, I have Scobie and Jag flolilsmlth A.,clerk BRADY of election., ...C) press and Yellow Lumber...

has throe boilers and engines 20 in. diameter r, ,, not found the attacks of the insects that Tltuevllle,Sept.22. 1&19. Mayor ROUGH AND' DRESSED ,- Orange/ Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.

,' with 7 foot stroke and a 22-foot 4-/'.' the In some of trouble pineapples so harmless as to be Any one contemplating shedding'their, pineapples or oranges or building I in

,, ,. wheel. To give you a little idea of '' of Switzerland valleys. unworthy of attention. While they generally Notice. any part of Florida, would do well to write for prices: The saw mills are locate

what a mint it costs to operate a boat goitre, assail the unthrifty, yet sometimes at Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W Ry. Lumber delivered to an;;
on this river, I will give you a few facts. or thick but for eternal vigilance an 'Occasionalmost NOTICE' U hereby given that on' the 21st day I part of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
A. I) 1000,or as soon thereafter as I
To start with we burn 33 cords of,wood J neck, afflicts thrifty one would fall beneath their can be heard I will\ apply to his Honor D. L. -
Daulden, County Jurtje of llrevard County fora
per day, which costs from $S to $15 per inhabitant.every united assaults. tlnal settlement of TUT pccnunts and approvalof SAW AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YARD

.' cord. We left St. Michaels with CO tons I- 7 4$ a A party of .Against the principal:( enemies of the II.my 0. Smith distribution decea nf...the d, and ansets for of my the dischargefrom Estate of Pnlatka, Fla. E. Bay St.,.Foot of Catherine

of coal aboard and have taken aboard Americantourists pineapple, ants and mealy bugs, I have the administratorship of said estate '

coming up 270 cords of wood, which '"' en. tried many, bntas yet none safer or more W.Administrator.I. ALLEY. WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY

will take us into Dawson. We carry In / 1of tering these valleys one- effective than hot water I sent a sample Jensen Robbing Fla Fir graham Sept. ,8th.Att'ys 1899.for Administrator. ,

crew captain, mate, 2nd \1attwo : :J.Jt.#, was followed piece. of a plant with mealy bug and a Manufacturers of -
pilots, night watchman and ten deck ._' r. bv, A I twig of an orange tree on which was
'' llando In that department; In engineer's Jeering. children'who cried, ,.body" See these of scale to tho United States entomologist, Notice of Sale of Stock. Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath.

i', department, chief, Assistant, four flro- people have no goitres," as if to be without asking him for remedies. Ills reply recommended and by virtue of a power of attorney ,
men, two oilers; In steward's department a goitre was a physical deficiency. kerosene emulsion for both. UNDER made by W. H If. Oleason, I will
steward, two cooks, pantry man Similarly, the prevalence of irregular I put on a few plants, by way of trial, for cash offer upon tor sale the to the highest and best bidder A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingli
periods amwig young women, anil the lath and pickets always on hand thus Cypre
and assuring: prompt shipments.
a waiter The kerosene emulsion of the
captain gets $175 commonness of debilitating drains same strength FIRST MONDAY IX:< OCTOBER,
mouldings of all
per month, mate $100)( 2nd mate $75, oniony married women have createdthe that Is recommended for sale, which is during the legal hours of ale In front of the patterns a specialty.
deck hands and watchman $00, chief mischievous idea that these are the nine or ten parts of water to one of the Court House door at Titusville Florida. three When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us.
natural conditions of share of the Capital Stock of the East Coast
engineer' $150; assistant $100, firemen I womanhood. stock mixture, with the result that the Realty Company of the par value of '100,00 =-
In normal health the periods should and will execute to the
each purchaser an
and others $O,>, purser $100, steward be regular and painless and there should insects were destroyed, and with them a assignment of certificate No M for said stock. FOR .

and chief cook $100, other 'cook and be neither drains nor pains for the marrieil part of the plants, either entirely or in of And a power at the of same attorney time from and place Goo.by O. G11'8IIon.l11 authority $3.20. .

rF waiter $G5, not counting: the feeding of woman. To regain that normal part. shall try It again! with the emulsion l- "'\ offer for sale to the highest and best bidder
the men. You see what a condition of health is possible to very of half the strength. for cash fifteen shares of the Capital Stock of Sent to us by Express, postoffice order or New York Exchange wg.
can costly woman who will make a trial of Dr. tile same company of the par value of fltio.oo send you by Express CHARGES PREPAID
venture this Is. On the other hand, if Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It I think that there is in this region no each and will execute an assignment of cer- ,
regulates tiltcute No.28 for said stock to the purchaser.
a boat can make two and a half trips the periods: dries up the drains more fas-clnatlngcultur than that of the II. A. CVHTM.UOIIBINS FOUR FULL QUARTSOf

during the summer it pays. Our up and Sick cures ulceration and inflammation. I pineapple, and none more certain to produce & GRAHAM Attoiueyi., 1 sept. 23

freight this trip amounts to nearly! Pierce, Buffalo women, N.can V.consult, by letter Dr.without R. V. valuable results, In spite of the the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old

t5,000: not counting pa 8cngo\8. I will charge Every letter is held as strictly drawbacks, which, "after, all, are very few
lose now and finish when we reach private and sacredly confidential. compared with \those of other fruits. Executor's Notice. Calhoun Pure Rye WhiskeWe ;
"I had falling of internal organs and bad to -
Dawson. In Times-Union and Citi N
go to bed ouce a mouth; had Irregular monthly Correspondent

August 24.-Well, we are here, the twelve period day which," write would Mr lomctimc*. Alice I,lest Holmes tea, of or zen. I NOTICE U that hereby six given months to all from whom this it date may ship PLAIN:< PACKAGES no marks to Indicate contents (which will v ljJJl con
metropolis of the northwest, and It Is a Cool.prlug Street Unioutowu. l>a. Had also the undersigned will present to Hon.1>.L.Oaulden ment wen you get It and test it, if It la not satisfactory, return U at OUR EXI'pSE>i
!" h.dl\C'litlolllO bad that I could not eat anything Volcanic' Eruptions County Judge: of Krevard county your S3.20 will be cheerfully refunded. This Whiskey' U a*Food .a any $a.00 good In the nurw"
great "berg It U llkp all these new hardly, Ur.V1*!?*'* Favorite Frcacriplioa and Florida,his anal report,accounts and voucher, ltieareclose at hand and can give you QUICHERDELIYLRYthan distant hOUIlOIl. *. 1
r' frontier towns, log houses, but lots of tiuldeu Medical Discovery' cured me. I took Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob life together with his petition for discharge! as ex been doing business thlll divan' as the same stand for over >5 YEARS and M to our 1tG
three bottle*of the 'Favorite J>rcacril>tloll' and of Bucklen'i Salve ecutor of the last will and testament of Emily I'OXSJlUUTY AND "rUTATION for houeev dealing we refer you to any merch&Jere.. ' imrovemeuts going on. They have sawmills oaeof the 'Uoldcn Medical Discovery' joy. Arnica cures A. Reynolds deceased. the editor of lbl''III>
machine and Dr, lierce's Common Sense Medical them, also Old Running and Fever Sores, Drtfc il at Fort Pierce, Florida,this 8th day of SOLOMON & LEVI
shops, some nice Ulcers BollsFelons. Corns Warts; Cut ,
Adviser-sent free on receipt of June, A.D. IHaO.
ktoresvarlety theaters, barrooms, gamb- to cover mailing only. Twenty-one stamps one- Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Chapped Hands, R. 8. REYNOLDS, 1028 & 1030 First Avenue,
ling houses and all kinds of people. cent stamps for edition in paper; 31 Chilblains. Best Pile cure on earth, Executor Estate..f Emily P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALJ
The gamblers and sporting fraternity stamps for the cloth-bound edition. Ad- drives out Pains and Aches. Only 25cts. A. Reynolds, deceased
are dress Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by F. S. C. T. )fc<&rty. pAv.l..:< reached by 'SOUTHERN EXrJtS8: u C
much In evidence The on lines of
very streets are Chaffee, druggist Attorney for Executor junlS-fiuio Southern ; r'VI' Company transfers otber88I to 1&111 other Companies Express:: Compan1.. we prepay only to J'Otnti


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I }l r THE BUFF COCHIN. I chvltcnKs.

BLOOD 1 l P .. Bird'Tl1 j.jh eT.rat l i.e.tleat EPISCOPAL CnuClt.servloe. .
wLTtta.oP.AJ M.OBBLYS lr f Ij\ E-RU-NA'S Meal .
t x. RetennL daljtk.. \ .... KUfc .O Well as OrttMRxp
A G ..... pie t',.. 1 tad and 4th Runda,. In e.oll
T1 e four iIR ntootb.atll a Uuti 7:30 p. m. Sunday school
: .T'ge f9! .Corvine .rlru_atN,by M>. ,N_T York '111'CU1q .nry eundaiat9ia. m. Evening t>r jer alI

ATTOJUE AT-1AW: very popnjAt, ,jrltb. reed,crt. Tlt_, an.end VICTORY ; l rtil'. xpyrlnxmt station show, thathjckfns t>. m. on Wednesdays.. Litany service ever/
Friday at 10 a. m.Archdeacon "
no1nts-4tom: 19,to i2 a., m., T80DBLESCUIIKD I to the Br b.ruas In the n1h1'< <<<; do not thflvpa? Well on (tain[ O. r. nnowit' Rector.JhtKSItYtKRIAN .

acs ...41 ,2 Ao p. IDefnVI1'tLLZ :breads, weighing but a pound lighter b..So 8. fl.",''''... (WdlBii: alone' as on some form of animal ,
thai the Lljrht BranraA. Old and e- L'.AIp.Ms. O. roodThi. same U true of ducks, !: CHURCH.

Brewd Co.,.Florid*. BY ,perfenced breeders of Cochins are pronounced BEAR Sini- I tHt The addition of animal nitrogen to the I Service every !Rahbalh at 11 a. m.and 7 JO p.m.ftnnday .
plox.108.< like anewwomatl) school at in a, m. free. W. II pracUsetaMlLb.ooarte-ttrlt. sod fed ID praise of their qualities as I\\ rations makes up for the grasshoppers Hnpt. Prayermreting on Wednesday evening:
B. B B Since
jLlal facilities for examining and perfeot.godtfuw. ,...Botanic Blood Balm. profitable fowl They are hardy, good ,r tiling. yourPerun and Ufa earth The tesU worms demonstrated or'nltural that poultry poultry at 7pr our(>. The sere public are cordially Invited to attend .-

Her.JOHN HUGHES Pantor.ciiuncn. .
for Bad Blood Tour,medicine fed on animal and rentable' food -
i1'j has helped gained weight and matured more rapidly .
R. nOUGOTOITSDENTAL c.\" that I can than others and at a smaller cost
1 Preaching:every erond and fourth Sundays
work and never
took the
of food. In tine experiment morning and evrnlnit. l'ra'pr'tlertm/ every
TING APARTMENTSon TRIAL BOTTLE FREE feel tired out When I fintbtgan to use meat meal ration chicks 47 days to Wednesday evening at Taro o'clock. Sunday-
medicine[ I couldn't own school every Sunday at \1:4m.: Also preaching
your sweep my gain their first pouud and 35 days to first Sunday at LaClraniro. All are cordially
the Dentos r
( ) room run the sewing machine or lilt laIn the second. The grain fed birds Invited to attend.

Now at Palm Beach. Is your blood Impure? Is It thin? I, tai anything,not even chair. It even hurt needed 01 day for their first pound E. N. HELL, Pastor.MKTHOOI8T .

Does your akin[ feel hot and swollen? I me to tide or walk any distance. Now and 33 days more for their second.

1 can do all this and I believe more, With the ducks the results of tho CII uncn.
> L. GAULDEN, Have you pimples? Eruptions? Srofu- and DeTer feel the effects of it. I feel
tests with the contrasted rations were Regular services every first third and fourth
'* ATTORNEY-AT-LAW la? Eating sores? Itching, burning, so proud of the way it has brought me I. equally convincing. Ruth lots In this Sundays at II a. in. and Tt0: |>, m. Sunday
Hchool every Sunday at Irtjrtrt a. in. Kpwortn:"
eczema? Bolls? Scaly eruptions? Skinor + r 1 l lr out that I tell it far and near. I can Instance were ted with green alfalfa League each Sunday at 3:.W p. ni. prajrer meeting .

Will practice In all the Court of the State ,r heartily recommend your medicine to In addition to other foods and baJ'' every Thursday night at 7:00 o'clock. The
florid*,and the united! States! Conrts. scalp Itch? Catarrh? All rundown? female dia. Ladle Aid Society meet ever Wednesday
any woman suffering from plentiful Supplies of sand and coarse at 3 ton p m. Everybody welcome at our church
.0 Box,235./ TITUSVILLE, FLA. Malaria? Aching bones? Have you y ease. I know from experience that grit The animal meal birds soon be- services.

Money to Loan. u hereditary or contracted blood taint? your medicine will do iustewhat yousay gan to develop rapidly and evenly, but Rev. A. D. PENNEY, Pastor.

it will. I thank you, Doctor a the grain fed ducklings became thin --

t Have they resisted medical treatment? thousand times for your treatment. I and uneven In size. The latter would CATIIOI.IC CHURCH.

If you have any of the above blood shall recommend your medicine whenever neglect ,the troughs of apparently Service. at 10 a. rn. every Sunday, In new
I I know what it has done for Church building, North Tltimvllle. Children's
troubles go. wholesome food to chase a stray grasshopper
procure a bottle of B. B. B. catechism at 3 p.
ATTOliNET-AT-LAW, me and I know it will do the same for or fly while the meat fed m.HKV..J.F. O'llovLic Rector.
(Botanic Blood Balm It Winter layers of rich brown medium
) acts directly others. I feel that there are thousandsof ducks lay lazily and philosophically In

tngville, Florida.GOLDSMITH on the poison and humor [in the }blood, sized eggs and fairly good table fowls. other women who would, after using the sun and paid no attention to bee or 111 VN ICU'"r..
well and
The develop -
neutralizes and expels It makes grow rapIdly your treatment, as I did, be thankful. beetle. The meat fed ducks all lived --, -- r
a per- under proper care.
J, WEBB, I am so glad I got your treatment. and thrived but one-third of the others TOWN COUNCIL.Mayori .
j manent cure and heals every sore. B. The buff variety Is the most general. This month is tho first time in my life this life before the fifteenth
ly bred. Their color tone offers an attraction departed Adhenmr llrailyi; aldermen Jno.
ATTORNEY-AT-I/AW B. B. goes to the root of the trouble fanciers that I can remember of having my week of the contrasted feeding. 1'h.aurvh'ora Dixon, W. It, Knox, lno. K. WaJjtcr, D.
to that Is hard to resist Gaulden. &. I.. John
do Kraily
menses without pain. Why, I can't the meat ; aoNcmiort Henry
Will practice [in the Courts of the 7th and cures after all other methods fail. Both male and female are of a then were on clerk and treasurer C. ". Si'lnijlcr! nmmha
anything brat recommend Fe-ru-na. rations and made rapid gains but they and I cnllnctori M. N. Jnm, Jr The found
ircuii. Taxes paid for non-residents Even such terrible blood diseases as rich deep, clear butt, uniform In shade, Misa Enema L. Dlden, Wllbcrforce, O. the disadvantage of IIII'ellllrllt Tuesday In each month.
rents and accounts collected. which never overcame
id throughout except the tall .
cancer, eating sores and chronic :rheumatism The Pe ru-na Medicine Co., Colum their bad start-St Louis PostDispatch.
should be'a deeper butt or coppertsb bus O.,will mall Ilartman'sspecialbook
itusvillo, Florida. INDIAN RIVER GUARDS.
are cured by using B. B. B. bronze; under color same as surface for freo to
women on application. Drill nt the Armory, over oounty jail, every
Blood Balm acts as a fine tonic, buildingup color but of lighter shade and should "vomen only. AlldruR-RrlatssellPo-ru-na. Rnpvrlor I KK.. Tuesday evening In the mouth at 8 o'clmk.

0. FRIES, C. E. extend to the skin. In breeding select Egg raising Is carried ou now not only R. K.: M IMS,JR., Captain.
the broken down
females as near as possible to the desired far more extensively, but far more systematically

COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land ulates the appetite, Increases the vital shade of buff, as free from darkor REARING TURKEYS. than ever .1 before. The HOARD OK TRADK.

legally surveyed and sub-divided.[ ity of the blood and gives a clear, white In wing and tall and of as in Ennlleh Authority !'1ft y.the AmerIcan breeds of chickens everywhere have Meets every second Wednesday night In each
even a color as can be. To such females been Improved though more In some month at 8.:no o'clock In room over vontolllce.\
smooth skin, free from blotches bumpsor Idea HUht to !Start With. Judge /M. 8. Jones, president' J.'t/ Dixon,
apping neatly done. Estimates for mate a cock of deeper shade, of the couutry than In others, ;)
Turkeys arc generally considered to parts troaimror; J, O. Beat, secretary
pimples. Give B. B. B.a trial. For with some little black In wing and tall
1 kinds of engineering works.: Dis- be the most delicate of poultry and and the Improvement everywhere con

ted lines a specialty.[ sale by drug stores everywhere, $1 per of deep buff will of a coppery good luster.results This In[ very dltllcult to rear says nn English tinues. There are many great chicken COUNTY OFriCICUS.SCHOOL .
mating produce farms and chicken raisers that
large bottle 6 large bottles (full {treatment exchange, but Mr. W. n. TeRetmeler, many
HUSVILI.E, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. cockerels and pullets. The heavy leg who Is a very great authority In such confine tbeiusehea to special breeds. HOARD.

) $5.: Trial bottle sent free to and foot feathering;, so characteristicof that the treatment The common stock also has been Improved
should have constant mutters maintains J. M. Dixon Tltusvlllei I U. N. AndrewsCocoa
the breed
EORGE W. ALLEN sufferers. Write for a bottle] and de- tit turkeys Is generally'misunderstood everywhere more or less. | g. F. Olbbs, /Melbourne.COUNTY .
care and attention. While the featherIng Without regard to their actual price
ot ,
and that the rauso delicacy
J scribe troubles and will semblanceto
your we give should be abundant all commercial
them; Is generallythat at the l moment eggs may
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, free medical advice. (IAddress, Blood vulture hock or stiff' feathering, mortality among the tainted vary In value as much as 5 cents u COMMISSIONERS.
should be avolded.-I"armers' Bulletin they are retired on J. R, Walker, Titunvlllo, (chairman Joseph
West ,. Balm UG Mitchell their Immediate dozen. Handsome largo! selected, high Mendel, Lndrange J. R. Walker 'lltnuvllle
e1 Florida. Co., St., Atlanta, Ga. Department. ground of farmyards or In ;
No. 61, Agricultural grade eggs may be worth S cents a .Jno.IIOIll1ton. }:I"lIIIIIIIII.; ".N.1raller,nkona.
Will practice in the United States Medicine sent all charges prepaid. vicinity.. In America where tur- dozen more than ordinary eggs. These Regular sessions are held tint Monday/ in-each
allowed to roam as they will month
State Courts. keys are
9jun05 .. .
Economy In Feed In if. and roost In trees the" 'hens make their superior eggs'may he the production of
AGENTS WANTED.. For "The Life and Every dolillr'sa ved [In the food Is an special breeds of stock, but the eggs of
and unless the COUNTY
Achievements of Admiral Dewey" the world's own nests generally, OFFICIALS
1ALPH E. SMITH, M. D. greatest hero. By Murat Halstead, the /lifelong addition to the profit but economy season be exceptionally unfavorable comparatively ordinary stock packed /Minor 8. Jonr, Tltumrlllo, circuit Judge; D.
friend and admirer of the nation' idol.Itiggest should never be practiced In using any bring chick to maturity.Of with care might bring half a cent or n L. lauldan, Tltnsvlllu, county judge; Mloldmnlth .
and beat book over IIIlage( 8x10 every
Inches foods that Induce production. As longas cent more dozen than tho same eggs ( TltiiHvllIn, primpcutlng) attorney; |
half-tone Illustrations.
nearlllOJ pages the chicks sometimes
PHYSICIAN AND ,course are A. A. 8tewart,'J'llulVllle, clerk circuit eourtrJ.
SURGEON. Only .//10. Enormous demand.. Hie coin ml v an article is giving satisfaction It packed as they run. More anti more K.. Woolen ;
Bions. Outfit free. Chance of lifetime. Write attacked by rats and other vermin, but C'ocon! tax aHHeimor; E. W. Hall.
peclalist [in Genito, Urinary and Rectal quick. The Dominion Company, 3rd Floor pays to use It., and when the hens falloff the number of birds killed In this manner egg raisers give attention to such details Tltiivlllotnx trl1l11lUerJ.II.(collector. Sum,,.,tntrt.mIay John l Mu.,Tltusvllle"'rluteud.,

Diseases. Caxton DId!:? Chicago, In laying It Indicates that they re .Is comparatively InsignificantThe nowadays, culling out, eggs that 0 Instruction J. O. Fries,lltusville,

quire something else. ,To practice econ plan of rearing turkeys absolutely are dirty or discolored and packing county surveyor; J.P..Hrown,Tltusville, client,

1-27 Forsyth Street. The Turnip In Mlaalaslppl. omy the cost of the food must be con- unprotected has been followed byKir them by themselves to sell though .

ICKSOXVILI.E: The [is of hobbies sidered[ from the standpoint of profit. be big and heavy and
FLORIDA. turnip one any Walter Gllby at Elsenhani, I5ssox they may as Health lies [In labor, and them Is no
writes a Mississippi! [ [ correspondent of If corn has given good results and the for some years past and with the god as the others at lens than regular
road to it but toll. .Wen-
Home and Farm : Whenever it [is mentioned hens cease to lay then corn [Is no longer greatest success. The birds excel bothIn price, but more than making this good royal through

r\R. C. II. PEETE, I feel like writing. It is amazing cheap. Itmay no doubt be purchased plumpness and In flavor; and the by the added ,price obtained for the doll Phillips.

that any family, rich or poor, at less outlay than any other food that hugo amount of meat on them Is prob. others, duo In great measure to their

EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT. would be without turnips nine monthsof can be used, but It will not be cheap ably due to the tact that they use their sightliness of appearance. More hand How's This!

508 the year. A lot of turnips should be because [It Is of no further use after the wings In flying and therefore the muscles some eggs may bo seen for Hale In re- We offer one hundred! dollars reward

Cherry Street, sown at the appearance of the July hens reach a condition In I which they, of the breast, which work the tall stores now than ever before.':"New for any CIIHO of catarrh that cannot be

Macon,',Ga.. rains, then again ut the appearance of demand a new article of diet. Lean wings, are properly developed. At York Sun. cured by Hall's Cntttrih Cure.

the September rains, and again [in Feb meat fresh from the butcher Is an expensive Elsenham the turkeys arc ted with the Island F. J. CIIKNEV: & Co., Props.,

ruary, and again in March. The purple food when It cannot be conveniently and morning At tho Ithodc l College of Agriculture Toledo, 0.

WIT. McL. DANCY, D. D. L. top varieties[ do not get woody and procured yet If the hens demand to pheasants the hall! to receive every the house como scraps!up, and Mechanical Arts at Kings We, tho undersigned, have known F.

pungent. But Early :Milan is probably' It and the results are' favorableIt ton a "peclnl'courlle In [poultry culture J. Cheney for for the last I 15 years, and
with the result that liner
they are
believe him honorable
perfectly In all
began Jan. 0 and continued for four
Graduate of Philadelphia[ College of preferable for early use. A couple of [ Is cheaper than corn. There Is no ter birds than'those fattened [In captiv on business transactions, and financially

wgeon, class 1872. Perfect operations rows across! the garden at one time [in saving in buying grain because of Its ity. I weeks able to carry out any obligations made

''remised nazeltine[ Block the spring will bo, sufficient. Sow on cheapness when better foods are demanded Mr., Tegetmeler advised all who can Nearly 40 applications fpr enrollment. by theIrInn.
corner Bay for the received but
ad Laura JACKSONVILLE top of beds one pinch with thumb and and It [Is_this point that the do so to allow their turkeys to live an coiirne were ow.lng' WKBP TJIUAX, WholcHnle Druggists

FLA. two first fingers to 12 steps. fat a poultryman should keep In view. Flo entirely natural life In the open, not to limited accommodations, the Toledo, O.

heavy rock in the wheelbarrow and run should teed for eggs no matter what shut In farmyards or even In a fluid class had to be kept down to about 20 WALDIMU, KLVNAK A MARViN) Whole-

OBERT it over the top of the beds. That nlone kind of food may be required.Pan the house. Reared In the In number Several who could not take sale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
McCARREL, will cover the seeds and the dirt near snlllVwaY,88 this course enrolled their names for ](all's Catarrh Cure [Is taken 'Internally
press .
find! tho
around them and prevent them from pheasants, they greater the next one In 1000. acting! directly upon tho blood and
and Can Combined. part of their food themselves!! surfaces of the Price
AND BUILDER out. I bare foughtthe It \Is a curious fact that even poultry system.
burning or drying I saw a convenient article the other and under natural conditions they raising has boon thought worthy of a 73c. per bottle. Sold by all diugglsts.

torches a specialty. Steam stone works speckled! terrapin bug all my life, day In the poultry yard of a friend thrive far better than Itl", possible for special course In an agricultural colllege.Scieutitie testimonials free.
and have only managed to keep them says a correspondent In The Housekeeper them to do on ground which has be. American Hall's Family Pills are tho best.

COXCORD AND PHITCIIARD STS., under by vigilant and persistent hand It was designed to provide come tainted, as a farmyard must be,

CHARLESTON picking. We call them "death bugs"and I water for the little chicks without dan I even though an Immensity of care and

So. CA.FERRYS. it is an appropriate name. Nobody ; ger of their being drowned or wet. For trouble !lie expended upon them.

can garden successfully with them in I each tank she took an old.,tin pall and 1 iUI
possession.! GOLD i lIlt of no value when health [is
a discarded pie plate. The palls were
[In danger What's of more value ?
those In which extract of honey Is sold t I
A Bandy Granary. Pratt's up to-dttte tablets will break upa I

A correspondent: send The Ohio and hold about four quarts. The coy cold In one day, and for constputlou) + .

: Farmer a sketch and brief description ers were soldered firmly la place and and biliousness and,all malarial troubles, Vl

of a granary recently built, the plan of eight or ten small holes were punched [It has no equal. liy mall prepaid for 23c. {

localities around the pall close above the seam Pratt Medicine Co., Station B, Chicago, t
which may be new in some :
SEEDS feet of where the sides and bottom join. The 111. Bendfor, sample.
The frame requires about 1,500 .
bottom of the pall was' soldered firmlyto
lumber and about 1,200 to 1,400
I were famoueyeareago-their rough
tI Came j
\ W"'Iev..ry )''IU-U the Benin I Ii feet of siding, flooring etc. A fraction the pie plate with the pall exactly'In Money In Capone
rI! HUM to be retied on-asnlnnja J the center of the plate. The pall They who wish to wake money In
roof Is
bout }'or Bale bj' Il-lltlllIlI less than four squares re
k J r. everywhere. .I\'t. clms It will cost about $00; to $75 can be tilled with water by placing It In poultry should turn their attention! tocaponlzlu'g'
A 'OKlolOI" *'')wild bHvliiK IIIw8 tlinni.y I worth Hun it, quired. a larger dish of water. Tho water Any one with steady

'" '? .rll"cr' ..'erry.... leaks out through (lie boles Into the nerves and fair eyesight can do the

,1 1I\IN'ed U. ''II. n.ua Annual: A II t.O free wndowDoOA plate beneath as fast as It Is needed, work and It U very remunerative. [He-

U..II" Allell. i, ,T t I but It never runs over because the pall gin by getting a book of Instructions .... ---_.----.-
tL -
1- II airtight. The water never becomes and a set of tools; then, after becoming -

8'- foul by the chickens getting Into It, andIt acquainted with the directions, __ "" _- ',J.

cannot be waited by being tipped practice on dead chickens until you -'
over. The tanks are convenient[ to arc expert Iarn to be quick and

D RO PSY CUKKD H ruediea.with Hiwe vegetable cured '" handle having a ball to carry them by; thorough ChlckHiM should be kept on The matron of a well known Masonic,Home mentions one inmate,

many thousand caMS and It Is absolutely Impossible for a short rations one whole day before the

Ofj It];"N&Iot wo-thlrdnofall called"111.ptom..opt>le a.r.moy.Dt In tea. chicken to get Into them. I operation It may bt performed at seventy years of age, who has been in the infirmary for three years

; nlaIM and TFIf DAIS PLAN OF GRANARY Uiut after the chickens are old Tab.'
1I1D GRIlJl" treatment free any a great sufferer from indigestion, and has been taking Ripans

-- SOUS box K.Atlunu.O% and can be constructed by any one of How to Cook Salt Cod, Spanish Way enough HO that otu may distinguish between ules about and a half and finds them so beneficial that he is I
uud cockerels. It does year
ordinary ability. Size, 12 by 24; height, Honk two poundn of salt cod for 24 pullets I
foundationIs much difference as to the them. He is that his name should be used in'
8 feet to the square. The hours drain off the water and boll the not make never without willing

6O YEARS' [ building block pillars eight In number fish until the flesh! leaves the bones. season but I think tall Is I preferable. a testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other personto
EXPERIENCE with floor of granary about on When you hare learned to do the work
onions and brown them add
level with an ordinary height wagon Slice to the two fisb. which has been picked; into well you will (dud that you can make try them. A second old gentleman, In the same institution, !I'

to load and coUKldfrable by doing It for your had liver trouble for and
It of
bed bottom making easy flakes, tomato sauce, salt and pepper eighty-four years agehas many years 1

j unload. All siding, flooring, etc., Is and two tablespoonfuls of chopped neighbor e$|,wlnly! when they see finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have two
which is how luucu moiv get for capons |
southern pine, you
for about
Simmer gently an
said to be mouse and rat proof. The parsley.hour, thicken with flour and add the than they can.gel for fowl[ that have nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; both suffer t

TRADE MARKS roof is galvanized steel. Juice of one lemon. Boll up and serve. not been caH>ulZf<:|, One usually from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nerv I
.. : fowl I for tnponlzInjr. -
-- charge: III crat'Is'r|
DESIGNS r- take the Tabules and find them so useful that they -
ousness. They -
COPYRIGHTS &c. liar Father Followed Them. ... Silk .-Emma C'lfarnater Ip Housekeeper
An Bon to l'r .
.Mrwato;'e'ending 4""111 our a ketch 01 and doeertptlon e mar She-And did her father follow you Silks and ribbons should never be put always have a package in their pockets. The matron also states'' i

Mel Ireo ctHIconD4 Prob"bl nrral., &\nelritable.I and book CommunlrenuM on i'atenu when you eloped 1He away In white paper tor It contains that,she is forty-five years of age and at times suffers with indiges. I

ru agency fur aeeurlnrp.tenta. -Yes.: lie's living with us yet- of which will Marriage Paper ft'N
eie chloride lime discolor that the
taken and finds
'arou..1t> Menu A Co. mates Yonkers Statesman.The 1 ,tion causing pain and paroxysms of belcWng, 1
them. Drown should be used for Tbouand of adrertlaen to feleafrom. ,
$tI ieglific( 1imirj\ 4 'Wealthy patron lo&l'Qdue Tabules are good Indeed and Is perfectly willing to have her !
great success of Chamberlain'sColic [ I this work. MOD Formal and fenoaal. UN won) very '
Cholera and ,Diarrhoea Remedy In[ I ad.tr.to lad..... Sample copy lo used in a textfcaonW.1'1' !
1 lOtntel'nllllratf'4,"eelll,. J.u..t air.M andWklikty: Pstlts SOCIAL aM RICAN,TeUd,OnU. name ,
,. ,"'.....Wle the treatment of bowel complaint has .... ...
journaL Iwma.Uaaebioo .
cared .
al home without 1 '''VITU _el''''' .1' A1H"" "' ''''' .'- *
InU.,1.. Buklbyall re.a""h''''' made It standard over the greater partof M pain Book fit Mf 8AMPLlEoopielOfJO( .....reIW. ... -...... ... .. _.. -""' "" tw..... g' ;
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1"ac0. l'lIce, jl5 dealers Bl B. M WOOl It IT CO.: Macailoee tent upon reoalpt' of le for paW-. : -"
r t.o ".ti. U druggists and medicine v >oe, 1M North Jryor SI Tel.do Adv, bureau, M St. Clalr$t.,Toledo, U ': i


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Or Tar IHDIAM RIVER, LAKB' record the excellent speed thatis TITUSVILLE FLA.
being shown by our latest'bkttle

; PUBLISHED EVEUr KJUDAY ships Last week we drew attentIon
s YOU would do well If have property to sell and want It
t Alabama iiBSOLUTELY t>URE yon advertised
the fact that the In
I jtn paper, free of cost to you, and put In the hand of live men, to write at t61t!
CftARLE 1[. WALTO2I, Editor & Proprietor. (In, ,a preliminary }builders' trial had Makes the food delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public once '.
of more sales will be made this winter
made an ,average speed 16:3 $3? Many probably by this Agency Wh'lIo'

Discontinuance of ad,". mu t be made per knots over a 23-mile course, a,.max. nevi, ..,,""'IIOWMII M? MM vww. yours.PINEAPPLE <

pushy at thin oNce or by writing. Imum speed of 17:2: knots haying LANDS, near railway\ and river'per acre 12.00 to $10.00.
ORANGE and VEGETABLE 'LANDS, $2.00 to $20.00 per acre.
been made with wind and tide, and
Check,eto.,'may be made payable to Cu ABLER CHAMBERS. THE MOUNTAINS OF NORTH Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of r
H. WALTON,publisher and proprietor. a speed on 15:43 knots against r- Gallic; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price, $1,000. a t
them. On this occasion the Alabama CAROLINA ORANGE GROVE 14 acres, 60 miles south of Tltu vlIIe. Will pay $i
t Address all communication to did npt carry any of her guns The application of scm.11. Woods fora year and $2,000 next. Price, 7000. > tb4
fry of her precinfory1 writ of mandamus to the HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titusville, from $5 to $25 per acre.
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, and a large amount armor County Commissioners of Dade county, Have 'teen largely patronized this One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2} miles west of Titusville
r 5 TITBIVILLK, FLORIDA. had not yet been bolted on, so that to'compel them to Issue him a permit summer for, wherever we go, we meet pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $550.00.; goo.j Ic

she was probably from ],500'to, to sell! liquors the Miami precinct, wasnipued Floildians and residents of many other
before Jones at Chambers state from Ohio south. It Is estimatedthat
2,000 short of her trial displace Judge,: ==

U. S. Department of Agriculture Fla. ment of 11.525 tons. At the same on Saturday.to the The alternative return writ of the showed Commissioners the mountains at least: 20,000 this tourists summer have, and a visited large :r... ...::t\I.tEJ: :: S ::s. ::SO-C-eS,
Weather time she was undoubtedly very foul that Woods had beelt"-twice convicted of portion of them still remain to enjoy

as the result of being afloat for offences Against the liquor laws, and that the bracing/ atmosphere of this ideal

The following is a comparative statement over a year at the Cramps' shipyard.It his petition for a permit had been denied section of North Carolina. Althoughmany Grain Hay Feed Flour Grits Meal am
t of temperature and rainfall for the is reasonable to expect that on on the ground that he was not a have returned to their homes ,
week ending Tuesday, Sept. 19, 1800. law abiding/ citizen. The Judge sustained further south, others are stilt flockingto
-/ 1809- -1808- her official trial, with a clean bottom the commissioners and refused the the mountains, and hotels and boardIng Cotton Seed Meal New Garden Seed
tS and under the favorable houses well arriving Fresl
: DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. conditions writ. The case was argued by Jan.ca T. / are patronized.
' S. 13 00 70 82 74 of the best of coal and expert Sanders on the part of the lelator and by Asheville, Hendersonville and Waynes-
14 89 72 87 78 stokers she will be capable of Robbins & Graham for the CommUionern ville are said to have entertained more all the time,
]I 5 84 72 82 73 !. visitors this summer than ever before,
10 83 73 85 75 repeating the performance in spiteof !:,/The Judge was also occupied with the and the twelve counties lying west of Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to
17 84 70 80 70 her greater displacement.The consideration of interlocutory orders ina Blue Ridge Mountains, as well as thoseon beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write forauotafL?
18 Dl 72 87 70 good showing of the Ala- number of other suits from Dade coun- the eastern side, have been throngedwith Lowest cash prices. '
19 00 74 80week 70 bama however has been eclipsedby ty. The case of Ullman & Co., vs Wilder visitors who have fled from the
was submitted on a motion to dissolvethe far south to the shady roads, pathways, Office: 124 \V. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Total rainfall for the : 0.31. that of the Kearsarge, on'e of attachment. The motion was denied hills, dales and glens of these mammoth
Departure from normal rainfall for the I the pair of fine battleships that is : but the plaintiff 'was ordered to file a mountains. The East Coast of Florida- =

r from week:normal plus 3.00 rainfall Inches.since January Departure 1, nearing completion at the yards of better b<.nd. R. R. Taylor, of Miami, from Jacksonville to Key West-has CHAS. N. WELSHANS
been and well
the News Shipbuilding represented the plaintiffs and Robbins & certainly ably represented, ,
minus 0.82 Inches. Newport
1 Graham the defendent.In for the ADVOCATE staff have met many
C. J. DoHERTY, Observer.A Company. This vessel has also the case of Stewart vs Carroll, a from that go-ahead and live section of

been afloat for over a year, and on plea in abatement was taken under advisement the Land of Flowers.

LATE dispatch says that Drey the occasion of her informal trial by the Court. The healthy, the invalid the pleasure CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
she carried the whole W. I, Metcalf and II. B. Saunders, of seeker, the sportsman and others have ,
fus is now at liberty, and is mak armour together
West Palm Beach, appeared, before the been scattered broadcast along the
ing his way out of France. It is with the heavy guns of the Judge and argued a demurrer In the case banks of the famous French Broad, Agent for Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.

reported that he is on his way to 13-inch and 8-inch batteries, the of II. P. Dye against the Lake Worth Swannanoa, Mills Davidson; Hlwassee,

the United States. only weights no1'ca 'rled. being News, for libel; the demurrer was sus- I Toe, Pigeon, Tuckaseega, Tennessee JUT" Write for Samples and Prices.
1 those of the 5-inch of the intermediate tained. Mr. Saunders represented the and other rivers and creeks, all lookingfor
guns and Metcalf In behalf cooler than they left behindat
News Mr. appeared a spot
THE trouble betweeu Great Britain battery. Hence her displacement ot the plaintiff. their far-south homes. :, Old 'Phone 8. )jut 13 Hogan Street

and the Transvaal has not and draught were only The North Carolina mountains have
,will been a refuge this summer, JACKSONVILLE FLORID .
slightly below what they be at certainly
reached settlement yet. President STETSON UNIVERSITY.'
and very few have returned home dis
her official trial. Under these
i ;:; ( Kruger; has made an appeal con appointed. Asheville, however, is the

to Queen Victoria to prevent bloodshed ditions.ship! made by log dur- Law School To Be Established and Other mecca of this mountian region, and going

I f' ing half an hour's steaming under Addition )(ade. or coming/ nearly every tourist paysit MeMurray & Baker
forced draught a speed of 17:25: a visit' either lone or short. September -
Stetson University at DeLand, its and October are among the most ,
knots an hour. friends and the friends of education
t 1'1U trial of Admiral Montejo, This trial was made in water may be congratulated upon many visitors delightful should months certainly of the endeavor year, and to 410, 412, 414, 410, 418 Main St Jacksonville, Fla.

+, commander of the Spanish fleet at whose depth varied between ten and things; among others, the prospect fora remain until, at least, the middle of
Admiral attendance. Mr.. Rosa,' private -I :rBCG Vc3.C3.-u. trtors; For 1Wagon -
surrendered large
Manila, who to twelve fathoms, and it is a well understood / October In the mountains. After this,
Dewey, after the destruction secretary to President Forbes, has received if you want to visit some of the most

1, of his fleet, began in Madrid, Monday fact that' a difference of a large student number from of letters States.It from. delightful winter resorts In America, Material Vehicles
fifteen or twenty fathoms in thA prospective many turn; your faces toward the far-famed Harness Bicycles
The prosecution ,demands a depth of water on a trial course I Is confidently expected that the registration East Coast of Florida where hunting, ,

t1, sentence of imprisonment for life, will have marked effect will reach over three- hundred fishing, yachting, rowing, etc., may be
a .
very upon an.Cl: Sundrios."KELLY"
with dismissal from the navy. during the next session. Indulged in to your hearts content. : : .
the speed of a deep draught war- It is expected that the university"wU1' Inter alia, we may mention there area
ship. Hence it is reasonable to open a law school January 1, 1900, at the great many well-kept hotels and boardIng SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on you wheelsat

"' A cablegram has been received expect that,when Keareearge is opening of the second term. President houses in Asheville and surround short notice.

+ from General Otis that seems to Indicate put in trial trip shape, she will be Forbes has been investigating the matter ing country, where guests are well tak-
this summer, and has consulted some of of. the most prominentin
the of en care Among
a weakening on part capable of maintaining an 18-knot the most eminent men in the country as Asheville we may mention Battery

the insurgents. It contains a proffer average over the deep-sea trial to the organization and equipment of a Park hotel, under the able managementof HAMMOND PACKING

to deliver the American prisoners course. If she does this, our latest law department for the university. The that genial and popular manager, Mr. CO.
who have been for so many first-class battleship will easily be matter has finally been definitely decided. E. P. McKlssick, whose right hand man (Formerly The G. H. Hammond Co.)
This department will be providedwith Is Mr. Francis L. Bourne, who is everready '
l months in the hand of the insur- OUR SPECIALTIES
our fastest, the Iowa coming next complete and extensive library fa- to extend a hearty welcome to :

gents, and also sought permission with a trial speed of 17:08 knots cilities. The course will extend over Incoming guests; while the Ridgewood, "Coin Special" hams and breakfast
to parley with General Otis. It is hour. !. two years, and will be equal to that of the careful management of Mrs. Carrie bacon

.. believed that there is a possibility per the best law schools in the country. I Carr Mitchell, Is very highly spoken ofby "Coin Special" canned meats.

that the insurgents may have become months An estimable since said lady to President of wealth Forbes some those who have stopped at this delightful "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.

disheartened at the renewed INCREASE IN TRADE that it was her intention to eventually summer resort. "Calumet" leaf lard.

and Intenpe activity in the direction endow the chair of English In the university urea Homemade lard."Peerless"
j of reinforcing General Otis, Tha'Bureau Statistics of the and ;| hl\t hewould begin at once Why the Cuba Fluh Fallen Off. pure .

and concluded, in view, of the great Treasury (department at Washington to responsible of said chair.for the Prof.salary Thomas the occupant II.- compound lard, sausagesand

force gathering,to open the campaign ,has just given out a resume of Briggs, Jr., of Chicago University,' has The Florida Fish and Ice Companysays all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
the and import figures of been called to the and has : "Our Havana shipments are, of
c .in the dry season, that further export position accepted of cured fish. We .
course, altogether
the trade between this and it.
resistance' would beuseless. country
salt mullet in
have always sent quantities
The university is regarded as fortun
our newly acquired territories or ate in Securing for its vocal departmentMrs. to that market, but, Instead of increasing WILLIAM CLARKE Sanitary Plumber

t { DHEYFUS has been pardoned by temporary dependences that is both W. D. Ruggles: the famous concert the trade has fallen off since .... ,,
interesting and encouraging to the and teacher. This Is rare the American occupation. Why? .It is
President Loubet, of France. The friends of American commerce. singer tunity for vocalists. Her long training oppor easy enough to see why. Under the old Fine Gas Fixtures Plumber and Gas Fitter Roofing Sheet
Is take effect immediate such imports
pardon to in Florence and her subsequent success, regime there was no duty on ,
ly. Even though pardoned, the Even in the reciprocity years "of both as n soloist and teacher, give but now a duty >')f one cent a
friends of Dr.eyfus will still workto 1892 to 1894, in which the exports promise of a delightful year, musically, pound is levied on dry-salted mullet Iron work, pumps and drain pipe, bath tubs, water closetS .
from 20-
A car-load contains anywhere
1 from this in those directions
country at the university.
clear him of the charge against were, greatly increased, the Tor the past three years the publicschool 000 to 30,000 pounds of fish so the duty and Wash stands. Copper vessels,of all descriptions re-tthl .
him convict the
and to generalswho teachers of Florida have been in means a tax of from $200 to $300 on
have falsely convicted an innocent totals were not as large as those of evIdenceatStetson Unlveislty. To meeta every carload we ship to Havana. Somebody 37 Forsyth St., near Laura St.,
the ended fiscal with has to that tax, and as it even
recently year, President Forbes pay
man. The President, by demand on their part, FLA.
i wished all its disadvantages of active war has decided to, offer thorough Instruction tually goes Into the price of the fish and ,
pardoning Dreyfus, to spare A depart- comes out of the consumer, the demand .
1. fare. To Porto Rico our exportsare kindergarten. "
Franco the ineffaceable shame of a has of fallen off.
added the courser
this kind has been to
crime thus his nearly 25 per cent in excess of FOR STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE
Judicial exercising practice school for teachers, with Miss !
the average of the past, decade ; to experienced and
prerogative called mercy. The Emma Bradbury, an Troop for St. Augustine.It .
Cuba they are nearly 50 cent i teacher its head. President J.
per gifted
of the
pardoning Dreyfus was only .
greater ; to the Hawaiian Islands F. Forbes, who has been busy during the .. Benedict Pollak & Co. Wholesale House
natural and
legitimate spontan. over twice as and to the summer, with an interval of comparativerest is reported that of the several regiments ,
d.; eous action by which the represen great ; In the Adirondacks, will return in that will arrive in this country

4 tatlves of the, civil power refuse to Philippines more than three timesas a few days to get everything in readinessfor from Cuba within the next few weeks Mosquito Netting, made and unmade, fine mesh. Sandfly Netting and Scree!
J associate themselves with the 'obstinate much. The exports to these islands the opening of the session October 3. two or three'companies of artillery will Cloth. Ducks and Georgia Checks and Cottonadcs. Coats' Cotton, In all nam
committed the made necessary by the ,support All the university buildings have just be ordered to St. Francis Barracks, at bers, 41cts. per doz. Show Cases, old or new ones. Special attention paid to\
iniquity by of our military establishment received their biennial coating of paint, Su; Augustine. Rumor also has it that correspondence. Traveling men on the road constantly. We only sell to dealer.
military judges. It is the govern the lawns tennis courts, athletic field- this post )will regimental quarters which corporations and hotels. Anything usually kept by storekeepers in our line 11
ment of republican France repudiating and by jhe considerable shipmentsin in fact everything about the universityhas means that a military band will again be have In stock. Liberal terms and liberal treatment.

with horror part in this aid of the temporarily destituteare been put in ship shape, and soon stationed there. The government has
denial of any not included in these figures ; life will begin in earnest for hundreds of no better post in the country for returning BENEDICT, POLLAK & CO.,
Justice. students. troops from Cuba than St. Francis 32, 34 36'West FLA.
0i they are only those of the legitimate Barracks. The hospital reports of the Bay St., JACKSONVILLE,

} increase in commerce. Naturally, that this Is the most healthyof -
TilE Cubans, since the proclamation -Please mention the ADVOCATE whenwriting post prove
as a result of war, and especiallyso advertisers.USE all garrisons for1 troops under ordinary JOHN R. WALKER
of President rela-
: McKinley, in Cuba and the Philippines, circumstances, and It will be even ,
tivo to the taking the census, are more so for troops direct from ''Cuba.
the imports from these lands to
m' of the opinion that independence us CABOTS' CREOSOTE SHINGLE The post'is now occupied by one battery Furniture, Ice Cream Parlor
fell oil'very considerably during Stains-the best kuown wood pieser- uf artillery, which is likely to be orderedto : :
will follow immediately, and as a vatlve. Tuos. C. WATTS Co.,
1S98 ; but the healthy resumptionof Manila within a few weeks. Millinery ;
I result, political parties are begin. trade relations, is shown by a Jacksonville, Fla. Soda Watci.
to take It is believed r I
; ning shape.
small increase with
as compared
that a large majority of the more [ Dry Goods (Fount and bottles.(
last in Hawaii nearly 20 & Fitch '
intelligent class would favor annex year ; per :t\I.tc: : rj.rnxxl.Otl.S ;, .,
'cent in the Philippines ; almost 50 Cigars & Tobacco
ation, on account of the race question Notions etc. '
per cent in Porto Hico ; and over JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, ,
A leading Havana paper, Confectionery etc.Star .
CO cent I in Cuba. These are ,
[ per "
says : "If Independence is granted' Grocers and Commission Merchants. Building.
most gratifying trade reports. ("at the old stand.")
to Cuba the gravest problem to be DKAtl 8IU:-We quote )'ou..few price below, and when la need of the following article Give me a call. Polite and courteous promp'and
faced and solved will be the racial send us :your ordra. we wake a.specialty of Mall Order attention. Man orders receive

problem. The supremacy of the ADVICES received at the War department PRICE LIS'T: careful attention. Yours for business, JNO. R. WALKER. -

) whites must be guaranteed, Itt from Manila, state that Best a. flour o ,halt I) rbbl""I"bbl.......,.."..".."..'.."..''.'..''..' .1 2.30 4.25 Green rbucfclea Coffee Coffee per, per lb. lb..i. ..8,12E -

should be born in mind by the negroes the natives of the Island of Samarare .. w-lb. Back,................ ... 3.25\ Tea perlb...,. ..33OS ESTABLISHED 1832.m ) .
Orltt, ...../.... ........... 1.*> Lard.coiupouud>erlb.......... ......... Oldest
t that there can be no social praying for the speedy arrivalof !Meal, per" ....... ............v. 1.10 l.ard.llIre.l> Ib .... ... ,6K. Fruit and Produce Commission House in Chicago. ...;
time .. Wheat ..,............. 1.25,140 Tomatot. -'lb.cane, per dos ...... .9u
equality at any and no political the Americans, and will welcome .. ..........
I' (')rn" ................... J.DO lie l'eache.,3.1D can, perdoa 1.50
equality before a certain period the hoisting of tho American Hag' a Oat a to ........ ............ 14% Table l'eache..3-lb.ean..l'erdu.. .
)Iran" H. ................. .00 has elapsed. Yet it must be admit It is said that as a result of the FlwdAlealpe\ sack.. ............. W liaked lleana,3-lb.cans, perdox 1,00, RANDALL & CO.
ted that the who llrlicht O R Meal\ ,per ack............ 1.0& Sardines, per dos.... .45
forcible .
negroes, are numerically of taxes by emissaries Ideal Fertilizer, :200-lba .................., 3.00 Salt.axvlba., per aack. 410 ,
the chief element in the of the insurgents, who take lIay, rer cwt ........................... M Matches, per gross.......' ....... .4*
................... .W Crackers,soda, perlb. .... .n6 OOt\l.tt\I.tJssr:: ::: : : :
population, starved and fought all they have, the natives are in a lkwtb8&lIIe.\llerlb.................... 10 Cracker*, leuion, per Ib......... .0% I ,
the while Bheulderaperlb. ................. H GingerSnap., per Ib. .... ,.,..... .. '
t bravely during war, many state of seml-starvation. They n ... .. ............ ..
,. ......,........... II & Ocuironr doa 49
bespangled high cockalorums, now have no faith in the Tagalos, who AranulatedSugar,perlb...;,,. ....:..... 6K learllue. perdo................... 45 Early Vegetables, Melons Fruits and Southern Produce
around Havana in Toothpick Tobaooo, per Ib....?,.?......, .47 l'uwb.l>erdos............................ .45 ,
strutting gorgeous are carrying on the wprfare against P1.n.oapp1cs:
unltormst were 'in Mexico or American authority in Luzon, and Send ua TOUT order and make u*your consliromeut We Invite correspondence. a Spoola,11y.Give : ; .
a JUTIMMOXS & FITCH. a. reference
National Southern'press
Yucatan lying about their.political they earnestly desire the protectionof 15:, 17, Id, 25: South Ocean JACKSONVILLE St. FLA. rn Florida shippers application. Alao Bank state of remittances Chicago; made in >e*l

onvlctions. our government. CJ' Spot cub buyer of Hide,Fun, Wool and Alligator Skins York Exchange, or express money orders on which there is no exchange

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Jensen._. ". .f ,... t' s '. Tibbals.- :. \ F E R T I LIZ E R S..l.SPECIAL

G. E. Male left on Friday last for The Ladies' Wednesday afternoon tea

Ijt13Dd. party met, this week, ftt the homo of ;. /
tb district county daddy was Infn Mrs. J. T. Waters; It (Is \1selOIl8 .t say ,
Oar week. that they all had a pleasant time, for
this they always do.
bad a surplus of rain and "
"'II bare for the past few weeks. The yacht, DIxie! sailed for Ft- Pierce PRICES: = .
ies last
od Monday with a. very jolly little par- m.IiI
of Fort Pierce, us a ty on board, consisting of Capt. J. H. "
Sessional visit one day ecentllypaid. Andrews, Miss Florence Robinson
of Fort Pierce, spent a Susie Sumners and] Frank Waters;,on re .

lUr lopto Bevil have of days under with advisement us this past the week.moeDtoUS turn Miss all Florence report a Robinson very pleasant one trip of Eden's I ] ..:Ei.neappi ; Grover. ((11

We project of establishing a barberop most popular young ]ladies spent several] .
days, this week, in this place as the
In our burg. guest of Mr. and Mrs J. T. Waters A.11 ALround F'ortilisaor.: IiI
lilt and Mrs. J. C. Frink are now re- Miss Robinson Is an accomplished and FI Prcei$25.00.! : rv-: Before buying tho following Materials bo sure and apply] to
jdnff over the advent of a fine boy, intelligent young lady and' has a host of
bleb arrived last week friends In this place who always welcome : GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: us for prices; and we will prove to you wo can save you money.

3 to $3.50 per box, net, for her.Mr. : MoUtnre....... to 10 STEAMED BONE RAW BONE
from shipped recently Is the rert -' and Mrs. : Ammonia .................... ........... B to A a
,eapplt'8 W. II. Harris, of this E-I : Knunl to Sulphate Ammonia..."............ ...... 20 to 2.1 BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE::;
wroe of our growers are making.'bat place, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. : .,. B to eEquaitnnoneII'hoepbateof ,
i Is the matter with that? T. Waters, last Sunday; and Monday Lime.............................1to13 DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA,
1'otMhKJO........ II to 6
( Harts tone, who died at Fort they boarded the northbound train for a Equal to Sulphate of PoUiih..... .................. II to 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS
Fred was well three months' outing. They expect to : AlagneelaLimeBodoeto. ........................bbt06e H
hlr leI'CO known tail where, having madeeVhsome ( visit Washington Cincinnati, Baltimore! and Zanesvllle Ohio, E-I[ : Bar" Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,

here when he first came to the and New York, before Philadelphia. :. COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.
irer.p Plantation, their beautiful returning homo tq In W- Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low D

D. Hoke has part of his greater this place. .Mr.I and Mrs. Harris take H prices.
ihto plneupple] shed, and the their annual trip to the north earlier In

rtion of his slats woven. lie thinkse the season, but business is always before Please Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for
\ have the world by the horns and pleasure with Mr. Harris and this sea-
e downhill pull when he gets his three son he has been making very extensive Pamphlet. J-LI
covered. So mote it be. improvements In wayof pineapple sheds '

cres lighter Mr[ Pervis-load of of Spruce fine lightwood Bluff, delivered posts to apple irlgating acreage plants, hence and extending the delay.J. his pine, LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO., rq

: in shed building It T. Waters
r I. Allen for use a prominent pineapple
;Ihcds on all sides now, together with grower: of this place, received a car of Tact oxidle., Florid.a. .
other substantial improvements, fertilizer, Saturday, from the firm of
hich MI go to show that our immediate Little Bros. & Co., of Jacksonville. }[r. --,._ ,-
is keeping pace with the times. Waters informs us that the order for the
ectlon To Start a Skunk rriii.
same was mailed White City. I P. L.
E. Coon is preparing to erect a here Thursday at 10 Melbourne. I Turbylill,
G. o'clock, a. m. This is the best time on
totace: room for grain-the prospectf record, and as remarked by one of our John :F. Edmondson, of Englewood,
having a shell road along our river largest consumers of (fertilizers when GOODS A OOODE.-Real Estate and l.oanll. Two more settlers arrived ]last week- N. J., was In Jacksonville Wednesday Feed and Sale Stables
Waveland" Fort Pierce A cent for Xinn, London and Liverpool and Livery
root from of residents speaking of the quick time, that the Glolio and Imperial Fire Inmirance. Special Mr. George Abstain and family and Mr. on routo for Tltusvllln or Now Smyrna- ,
avine induced many our above firm was not only noted for its attention paid to tbe Interest of non.rest Wm. Findley. he was undecided which-where ho ,goes: :
o purchase teams and outfits with of dents. for tho purpose of buying about fifty I havo of the finest horses and
promptness filling orders but for send- some
said road A. J. of Fort
of Capt. Lewis Pierce
bleb to take advantage ing out the best acres of land on the between ,
mmediately upon arrival. been able to obtain cotton of any seed dealer meal, during he has !Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, paid returned White home City Monday.a visit last Sunday and the ocean and liver. pel1lnsl11a\\mondRon '1 carriages In this section of the country.

R.R. Rlcou is building an addition toil the past two seasons. These facts prove the pink paper of the East Coast will be comes to Florida In order that the win.' Call and BOO 'mo. Reasonable] rates.
commodious fish house, toM that the above named gentlemen are received at the Melbourne Postoffice. Preparations are being made for the ter may not Interfere with bin brooding
used present for an office. When every- men of good and reliable judgment which winter crop, which Is expected to be pens, and his animals bid fair to out. P. L. Turbyfill,
will be the best they exercise both double that of last rival the ostrich farm as a place for visitors.
Is completed It In buying and in advertising Walter Hat lehurst left hero Tuesday year.
hing > I
Edmondson .
Mr. Is to raise
and equipped plant on the in one of the best and going Wayncsytylo, North Carolina.
ocated largest for Ormond. Our public school commenced Monday
skunks on a ]large Hcalo. I will show i
'ver. As he runs it Individually, he circulated connty papers in the state, the with Schoflold and 8Jin ,
Mrs In charge,
figures that will\ that I know what
himself and INDLA.X RIVER Rev. II. B. Hathaway is here visiting prove
it to suit ; asa ADVOCATE.If .
an believes arrange in a substantial and conenicnt his friend, Prof. L. A. Lyman. an attendance of 21 pupils to start with. I'm[ talking about when\ I tell you thereis
business 0. H. Rooks Is erecting an Irrigating a barrel of money In n skunk fat'm.1 HAND MADETANKS'
mode of transacting ,
you are in search of bargains Miss Sophia Hopkins returned home :
needless to that .it will be read the last plant on his place adjoining town, con Suppose we begin on twenty skunks,
tie say ADVOCATE columns Monday evening' from Merritt.
up-to-date. carefully sisting of a galvanized steel tank anda fifteen females and five males. Suppose. HAND MADE
horoughly Mrs. C. ll. Stewart and Master Fletcher Rider Erricsson hot air engine wo begin operations right away Tho HONEY AND SYRUP BARRELS,
-Have you paid your subscription ? are visiting relatives] in Daytona skunks will breed In December, and
-Impure water Is the cause of If not please do so.Fort George E. Dutton has begun to plant estimating the Increase at eight to tho As good as the best and as cheap as the
lickness. Remedy this by getting a fine Mayor J. T. IIogg and T. C. Nicholson strawberries already. He expects to I litter, wo have, then 120 skunks In cheapest. All warranted.
filter from Claude Walton,,'l'ltusvUle. returned home last Monday from plant for the northern markets beingso June they brood again, and at the name Machine made barrels for sale, but. not
Pierce. Ormond. well pleased with his crop last year. ratio of increase; at the expiration of warranted. .

Lotus. :Miss Bessie Hopkins arrived here Monday 'J. C. Jones and brother, of South one and a half years we will havo 7,4IU TOM JOHNSON,
night from the north to visit her Carolina arrived Monday, and will begin skunks In four years our skunks will Pioneer Cooperage. LaGrange, Fla.]
We have been having Iota of rain have increased to to ,
father, Prof. Hopkins. preparations for the winter crops. 3,780,000, enough
J. N. Chalker spent Tuesday in Cocoa. lately. They had their land plowed some time make the whole state odoriferous. The
Miss Annie Goode has to Eau FILTER YOUR WATERAND
I J. S. Bell gone pelts of the skunk are worth $1 apiece'
M. A. Stewart and son visited Mr. paid Melbourne a visit on faille on a visit to her friend, Mrs. Wm. azo.-:

oats at Rockledge, Sunday. Monday.The Treutler. Captain George Gleason and Mr. Yellow Jack Kept From The Mainland

Born to Mr. and Mrs. S. Carpenter, a boys have rented Mr. Bass' store The Misses Carrie and Mattie Brown Alnsworth, of Ean Gallic, visited here of Florida. AVOID DANGER,

the 15tb. for an armory. last week and Inspected the steamboats ....... ..
twelve pound boy, on and Jennte Miller are enjoying life at 1 ; 7';' ; '"
of the I. R. & B. B.: I. N. Co., which are
Otwell W. T. Harbin has been on the sick Melbourne Beach this week. Dr. J. Horsey, of Fornandlna, assistant
Ray Otwell and Miss Willie paid expected to 'be overhauled and put In
No Store Hotel Boarding House or Residence
list tate health officer
for the last week. who has been at ,
Mr. and Mrs.
our burg a visit,Saturday. T. C. CbafTeo returned operation this winter.
Miami the fever
Rev. Allen held services in the Methodist from the north last Friday! after spend ". watching yellow patientat should be without the Anti-
The truckers are quite busy planting that place, and oxer.tlng Herculean efforts *
at their old homein
church last ing a pleasant summer
seed beds and resetting plants. Sunday. Georgiana. to prevent KB spread In that little
Brooklyn N. y, ,
Rer. Mr. Lane was taken quite sick Mr. Davis has been busy all week city, left Miami\ on last Saturday Dr Germ Water Filter, 1
Sun- fixing up the CityTIall for the Masons. L. C. Moore, of Ercildouno Inn, Rose- I Horsey deserves groat praise for tho
while services at Brantley
holding ]land, was a visitor to town Tuesday. He Mrs Hughes was quite sick again Sunday skillful\ and successful manner In which
day.Frank The tradeboat Merchant, Captain MI- came up In his new ]launch, and she IB ho prevented tho spread of the fever at
Harper, of Eau Gallle, spent chael last week in command was in port a day a clipper for making good time. Vciicy Hall had severe chill Friday. Miami, and for tho efficient manner In fl

Saturday very pleasantly at M, A. Stew- Captain Rice, of Titusville, passed Guess ho brought it from Georgia when which he succeeded In keeping down excitement .
irt's. and the of the disease
Our public school stalled last Monday through Melbourne last Tuesday for he came spread to ) fr
J. R. of and Albert with 50 scholars on the register and Sebastian with his to work other places nortu of Miami. lIe was
Ragan, Banyan, teams on J. W Bruner went to Titusville 1
more ably assisted tho local and
:Ifathes\ of City Point, paid our' town a the able to go yet The school is under the new inlet at that point, which is Tuesday, on a business trip with the health authorities by \ and physicians tho people of I
management of Mr. Dickerson. .
visit, Friday. being cut from the river to ocean. Bond Lumber Company.Mrs. Florida aro under lasting obligations to Y

R. J. Booth, of Nesbit, arrived'in town We understand that Bethel J. Stewart, Capt. George Phillips took the following Owen and daughters spent a very Dr, Horsey and the entire stale board of
Mondiy and will plant a vegetable crop of Bovine, will bo candidate for representative Jolly party for a moonlight ride last I pleasant day; with Mrs. Carter 'and her health officials for tho splendid manner
with his nucle, H. D. Booth. for the next legislature. ,Hurrah Tuesday evening in his launch, Fairy, daughters, Thursday. 1n which they handled the fever where-
for B. J, S.I! If at first you don't to Mo.bourne Beach and Turkey Creek:: ever It was reported Key West Is tho
Mr. and Mrs. Osteen and Mrs. J. M.Ennis succeed, try, try again. We wish him The Misses Lillie Robertson, Annie and Wethey] Wagner have bought a good only point In tho state where yellow fever
returned from their summer outing every success.If Jessie Goode, Dr. Peek, Capt. S. Martin. mule and! wagon: and a new set of har now exists..
Tuesday. Their friends are pleasedto nose They can now beast of being pos

mer.hear they had spent a pleasant sum- you want good results,. you will : Sebastian.We sessors of the finest turnout, the place. Another Large 8teainhlp.' Water being clear and sparkling Is no

find the ADVOCATE an excellent advertising Archie Chambers returned home last proof It Ift pure. Well or cistern water

medium. Thursday, from hU large pineapple plan. A new steamship, called the, Deutschland that Is full of typhoid fever and malarial
-Drink pure filtered water and keep I are getting good rains every day tation down the river., lie reports them ] of the Ilanaburg-American line Is germs may clear.
healthy. See those fine filters for sale by Stuart. ]looking unusually fine for this time of being built at Belfast Ireland, and will be IB your drinking or cooking water
Claude Walton, agent, Titusville.Banyan. now.E. P. Branch cashier of Melbourne] the year ready to go Into service on April 1ft, muddy or cloudy] ? Readily cleanse It

State Bank, was here Wednesday. F. W. Lvman Is expected to leave his next. The Deutsohland] when completed ] from all earth, sand, Insects or slime,
Rev. Lane will preach at the usual} will be finest passenger steamship In IB tho water you uso bad smelling or
home In Kenosha Wisconsin
.. hour next Sunday. W. A. Louder and Fritz\ Light have 10th for his winter, home, Tuesdaythe at thin the world. Hho I Is (180J feet ]long, ((17i ft. tasting ? Is It too much trouble to clean
nearly completed another cottage for broad, and 44 feet deep; 10,000 tons, 31:! out the cistern or well as often as should ,
Ills friends will be
James Winters supplies us now with Jas. A. Hudson. placo. manv glad to 000 home power, and Isexpected to make be ? Is the drainage from)houso, stableor
Ledbetter, of N. C., Is In Banyan nice fresh pork. welcome him back again among us
for R.hA.winter. Capt. Bob Nelson and Mr. Battle, 2.'i: knots per hour on an average, and privy dangerously ne'ar your water
Mr. Kultz] has made a good sale of hogs who is selling powder and shot, were Rev. Slrderfield preached a good ser will be equipped with all modem devices supply, so as to make you anxious ?
Miss Jessie McMillan took the steamer from his ]large droves In the woods aU In town this week. mon Sunday morning Tho rain prevented for comfort and convenience. Have you had typhoid or malaria in your
'for Cocoa, Tuesday. around. the services in the evening. The family lately] and realized that the water
Sam Boone and gang of bridge build good brother got to the train Monday Work Commenced. used may be responsible for It ? Then
i kited' D. Sams, of Courtenay-Is now'dom- The Glass brothers just received a carload ers are here rebuilding the bridge over without accident or mishap, we are glad get a LITTLE BROWN JUG FILTERat
in Banyan for the winter. of lumber for the extension of their the Sebastian river
to report. The first squad of hand! went to Soldier Its low popular price, and you are
Our school opens on the 21st; Miss sheds. George Russell and Robert Hastle Key to begin clearing away for the club safe. It will remove Impurities.
Wad\\'in, of Tilusvllle\ teacher. Our postmaster Is suffering from very were capsized in the middle of the bay Send the ADVOCATE an'order.for any house, which was published In this iar-Thoy are very cheap, and will

Several inches of rain fell last'week sore hands a probable case of poisoningfrom I | Wednesday by a heavy squall. Job printing you need.] paper some time ago. Mr, W W. Prout, ]last a life-time. When writing for In.
Ml plants of Miami hall charge of the formation please Inclose stamp All orders
setting out pUnts is in order. Frank Gautler, with Doty & Stowe, enterprise,
which IB sufficient guarantee that It must accompanied by cash.
Dr. Haney was called to Spruce Bluff, Jacksonville, was here Tuesday. Frank
holnlew jacht, by Capt. will bo vigorously pushed. Tho club Is full ]
For particulars apply to the agent
lo some has decided
o. gave of the Eu Sunday, to see Mr. George Kultz, who Is a liking for red hats. to be used by a number of northern
''.ilia yachts a close sick with erysipelas. II. Tancie made business CLAUDE WALTON, Titusville, Fla.]
race on Saturday. The yacht Ladye Agnes returned froma Wm. a tripto capitalists during the winter.

tbRev. Mr. Lane was taken very sick at O. K. Wood has put in supply] of furniture trip up the river as far as Cocoa Tues Cocoa, on Tuesday. -______u. --...- -.--- .-., _--. ._-_ ___ _.. _, _. ____.. _,h_, _, .__ __._,___ __. _
commencement of services Sunday ( above Mr. Klt hlng's store, which day moining. The party aboard reporta Ellas Matter Is'the happy owner of a
morning, at the Brantley church, and will\ be sold at low prices. rough voyage both ways. new sail bdat, of which ho is quite proud.

the'as train able for home.to preach that day, so took Gordon Parks 'and bride received a Fishing is rather dull at present. Returns MUs Alice Ankeney, who has spent The Monarch of Strength isLION
warm welcome from his bachelor friends are slow In coming in from the her summer vacation with her mother at
while all gave them a hearty welcome fish trust at Jacksonville, and that combine this place] left on Monday for Clnclnnat-
tm P you want k buy or sell property home. Is expected to soon be. a thing of tl, Ohio., where she holds a professor' '

Indian River River Heal?Estate If you do, write the Ernest Stypman Is erecting a new the past hip in a female college. '
villa PI Agency, Tltusa. fish house near the depot for tile Florida *
Seepage 4. Mrs. T. H. Crossthroait ]left for Des
East Coast Fish Company. This givesup Rockledge. Moines, Iowa, this week bhe: has spenta
three companies for corning'season.. year in Ankona the guest of her niece,
Roseland. Well, we have the fish Mr..'J. A, Ankeney. !She' will be much

R. II. Patterson writes that he will) be missed by her many friends. r .-'
Mis -If about to buy pineapple] with us very soon, but that he cannot
are .
I you
fields better
Caln I The pineapple never
went to Woodley, Tues- ; come now M his daughter, Miss Grace,
suckers read the ads of those
eeuing or ,
The Industry l III forging
to visit her orange /
sister Mrs. E- M. Is Ill.
SykesL1 who have them for sale 8th
page. ahead, there having been planted over
Rupert Paxton left, Monday, for Bar- 5,000 In this vicinity during the past COFFEEOf
p;! Branch came down from Mel-] tow, where he will attend the South year. Our people are beginning: to real.]
eduesday Tuesday, by sail boat, returning Florida] Military Institute for the coming Ize that there Is safety In a diversity of
by train. Interests. >r

J:, Boone and hu bridge carpenters Several of our citizens attended church year.Word has been received that Mr. Rich- Our prospects for road Improvements (AUCOLUTiCLY PU11B.) il t

IDextensieve; repairs 16th and are mak. In Brantley last Sunday. aid Van Riper, son-in-law of H. J. Smith, are good. W. L. Frantz has the contract Its strength comes from Its purity. Itla all puro coffoe.
'her on the Sebastian Miss Ida Parker has returned to Mel] of Pompton Lakes N. J., died Sunday and will put our roads In good condition. freshly roasted and Is sold only In one-pound sealedpackages. I
te bourne after several weeks' visit In Sept 10th. Several winters ago Mr. Later on it Is hoped we will have a few Each pack go will make 40 cups. The pack.
d1'ln' Moore went to Eau OallleDw Tues. Pineda. Van Riper spent some time here as the miles of shell. We are entitled to It and age Is sealed at the Mills so that tho aroma 'Is never ,
hie launch. He returned thn I guest of Mr. and Mrs. Smith. feel certain that our rights will be re- weakened. It has a delicious flavor. Incomparable "

amen troelel'day Both AIr. Moore and Mr. P. The truckers of this place, and vicinity The Cocoa Gun Club held Us first med .peeled.Chan. strength. It Is a luxury within the reach of all. 4 I

thl,boa: the bUilder should] of are taking advantage of the rainy: al contest last Friday There are twor E. McCarty: hal matriculated In Premium List In every package.Cut .!
ne motor asIt both looks and rune welL weather by planting fall crops, etc., all medals] -Clasa A medal, for which only the college of physicians and Surgeons, out your Lion's Head and get 1
I is a Globe. of which are looking fine. those with score of twenty or over out of Chicago for a full 4 years medical valuable premiums froa. .

of 25, can contest, and class ]] medal, for course. This Is the medical school ol DOt 'u. Len Coffo* H. bin ttor. t
W8 would esteem the favor If our IRONPUALT ROOFING-Cheap and those with a score under twenty. The the University\ Illinois and IB one of If Grocer u/-.>.nut that accept we ," f{
ourid' *.bea calling upon durable. Quickly] and easily put on. first medal was won by Charles Hatch, the best In the world. Ills young friends your 'Dc.ul>ollltn'.. \-n ",I '
. .,wouwer":: to purchase merchandise, Tuos. C. WATTS & Co., the second by J, M. Sanders. The next gave him their best withes for hit lifework "()IUlvIrlCM Coulwiw pat 'r. 'M(
:; :x:. JI !
; mention the ADVOCATE. Jacksonville Fla.] contest takes place I on the 2tlth.i -- 11,





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and flavor of fruit?, 1r.s donbted''eTira'' $inei, and It was Florida Central & Peninsular Railroaj

COLOR tobnd that \he same tiro mul a went

; quality al appearancc 11III.} tf q tu .* .mutt fp H ba41| |, or ill !

of vegetables A., In place of their former load, zw. fY7wv

which amounted to only a Ingle ton. 'Tim Tablf la Effect June II. 1899.

weight and plumpness of grajn, A;d jnoto-rth lmprorfJ, colds 11 ado

It po oftble tj> haul this Mad ta w*t and
i are all produced by Potash.Potash dry?tfwtlMr alike,-t.r, being preperly =

Immediately built of atone after, they a heary'rabx were fit for nee- al j f 'f! a i li.i';; OBTDL'f POltiTB. : 4 a R2 :

Tbe office of road Inquiry! In the.department lj4eFhr 6905 --:- 1 L1' TltulVll FEO Ar. -
of, : his 9455 ..... 1120p I.v. &.A.UjtUstlne Ar ...... fo3&
ajtrjeujtuj-fl estimated : ...... 4 :3ttp! ...... 120& ...... 14..11' Lv..JacklOnviUe..Ar ...... 1005 ...... f 4np i
tnat over fOOOoW.OW.mltht be'afed : ...... & lOp ...... 1055 ...... 1111I Lv..0..Yule/.Ar ..,.., SJfta ...... 'Mp e1 fAS ?"
.. annually In the United States ...... Ol\lp!\ .,.. 1116& ...... lI p tr..Flrnandln&.L" ...... fh ...... 8JlIp t9Aa"....
by tho ...... TIKIp ...... t03lJr'P ...... llIIIa .. .. ..
/ properly combined with Phosphoric construction of good roada. Tbe statistics cy ...... ....... ....s. 1185a..s.' .. : At... Brutllwlck. ..Lv...... 1130& ...... StOp .ltoa..... :..:..
( pf the department of hotr ...... .... ...... J22lp ...... 11110p Ar..8avannah. .,.... 6411& ...... 30,1 .. .. ......
..... ...... '00p12&5p ......1169a Ly..8avannah..Ar ...... 11088 114/1a 2MI' ...... .. ...
): Acid and Nitrogen, and, show the total amount of all kinds ''- Oea ...... ...... l133p 220p....... 164a Ar. Fairfax C..L" ...... 600a 1130& J2Ma ,. .. ..,...
of ,.raled..In ,iha United ... ......I03Op 3Mp... .. 2428 ..Denmark,8C ...... 8085,810.121 ... ......
1 liberally applied will improve grain s States.. ...... ...... ...... 113I\p ...... 688& .Augusta, Ga,. II ....;. ... ...... 621k.:...: ""..
The amount' consumed on tbe farms ..... ...... ...... 438p ...... 4305 II ColnmblaSO: II ..,... J247a ...... 103:1&: ..... ""..
was estimated ai being offset by ...... ...... .... .. ... .....1125& "Spartanbur ,8C" ...... soup .,.... ...... :..... ......
every, ,soil and .increase yield a \ .... ...... ...... ... 14/1p .1 Allhevllle, N. C.' I. ...... 20t1p ..... .... ..
large amount of other .articles hauledby .a... ., ...... 540p .... Soon "CharlotteNC. II ...... .. .... ......
and quality of farmers on the public By reducing ...... .:...: ....10tOp....JO.1a II SalisburyN O ........ .
any crop. roads .. ... .. .... ......I121p .......12101' :: GreensboroL N.C":: ....... :::::: ...:.
this all to tons and using their ...... ...... ?....1236a ...... 1301' Danville, va. ...... ...... ......
Write and get Free our pamphlets, which Inquiries Into the cost of hauling one ...... ...... ... .. Bona ...... 825II RIchmond,Va. It ...? ...... ......
tell how to buy and use fertilizer with ...... ...... ...... 24.5a...... 8251' LynchburjP;, Va. ,It ...... .... .. ......
ton as a bails It was found that the total ...... ...... ...... .110& ...... 02p! II Chllriottelvllle, II ...... x251,5455.... .... ......
greatest economy and profit .cost of haulage amounted to $U4t1,- .. .... ...... ...... TIIIIa ...... 901ip ". Washington ... .....2 : ....., ......
...... ...... ...... 9128 ..... U25II Baltimore ... ... ....
Y OI3 nAN KALI WORKS, 411.CG3 and that two-thirds of this ... .. ..,.. ......l1&5a ...... 2l\f. :: PhladI'IPh :: ........ ; :::::: ;....
NaiMU St., New York. enormous amount.mlght be saved each ...... ...... ...... IOIp: ...... 623a :New York ......... :. .. ......
k: 93 -- year ...... .............. 900p. .. ... .300p It. ......Boston......II ........ ...::.. ::::::

"This estimate tallies with a similar 820& .... .... ..... 741\p Lv .Jacksonville Ar ...... ?... .,..., 910 ;;:
COST OF BAD KOADS. Tri-Weekly Sailings 1030& ...... ...... ...... 9M\ Ar.... Everett....Lv ...... :..... ...... 64011 TO
estimate of the hauling done on our 440p 40p. ...... 805a .... Atlanta.,. ...... ...... .."" 11 blq720p
country roads which was made by Mr. ...... ...... ...... 921II ..Cbattanoo a.. I. ...................... 00p
ENORMOUS SUM ANNUALLY LOST John M. Stahl, the secretary of the ...... ...... ...... ..... '1':1Op": ...Clnclnnatl... II .... ................. ..6111p.. .?.........

'ftl MARKETING CROPS. Farmers' National congress. lIe based BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. No._34 makes_ connection for Jrunswk.arrfv !l.1t Brunswick! 11 -M a. m. =
his figures upon the statistics of rail For New Orleans, trail leaves Jacksonville vxo a. m.; WHO tnrongb/: sleeper*,
road and river transportation covering riving crew Orleans 1:40 a.m., C.Iy through: sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from Xew o ir.-
The Office of Road Inquiry KMInmf farm products'" (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) 7 35 p. m. SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
That ,G OO.O M>,O Nos.35 and 38 Fast Mall,.Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville. and the Cincinnati
Yearly lijr the Construction of Sleeper via Asheville.Nos. .
atone illghrvas. The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise! Service 33 and 34 carry through: sleepers between Jacksonville and New York in connection with
CRITICAL MOr ENTS. 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. .
"It must be plain] to, any one who 36 carries Cincinnati, Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta and
Chattanooga; and Cincinnati. This is brought to No.37.
,gives tile matter thought thnt we suffer All baggage Street checked from Union Depot. orate still be sold at the city ticket
office 202 Hogan well at the Union ticket .
g: M as depot
louses each the in life has Its
Every undertaking
enormous ns critical
year moments. History is full of instances The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.] L. A. 8HIPMAN, A. G. P.A. F.C. WRIGHT,Dis. Pass.Agt., 202 W Bay 8t
result of bad Otto Dorncr,
roads says where the fate of nations hung on the > A. O. MacDONELL, Gen. Pass. Agent
chairman of the I.... A. W. highway Improvement issue of a single minute. When young; Direct Service Between

committee. "But what do Bonaparte snatched up the flag and sprang -::::::
forward on the Bridge/ of Lodi, in that Jacksonville and Boston and all Eastern Points.
i these loss's really amount to, and how brief instant he opened the way for the .
; much would be saved If we had uniformly conquest of half a world.
(Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) SouthernRailway- ,
good roads? We may say that a4S1 *

It doesn't coat the farmer anything to SESIKWEEKLY SAILINGS: : .

s market hilt crops, because he does all Southbound... .................... ........................ ..... .... ....from Lewis Wharf, Boston

i the hauling hi nself. True, but Isn't Northbound...... .................'....., .................. 'rom foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville ..111 ;

t Ills time worth something? Suppose I

t that In place of every ,In of wheat or .

{; Lay or potatoes loadeu on his wagon \ Clyde's St. ;Johns River Line.

ho was able, as a result of good roads,
h Excellent Service Out of Florida.
to load up two tons and to market the BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. ..
+ ;? / entire crop of his farm with just half / I' '
v Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River.
Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford,Enterprise
the labor and In Just halt the time NORTH EAST WEST.

Y which Is requlred.at present, wouldn't STEAMER ,

t the amount of time he could save be S "D. MUKO1IISON," r

worth something, and wouldn't It be 1 \ CAPT. W. A. SHAW. ?

1 h*;' 'worth saving? Labor Is the farmer's r. \ \r Leave' Jacksonville 11:00 p.m., Tuesdays and Saturdays. THROUGH PULLMAN DBA WING BOOM CARS, THOBOTJOHFABB

t working capital, which he 'Is coutln- Leave Sanford 5:00: a. m.,.Mondays.and Thursdays. COACHES, VESTIBTJLED TRAINS.

3 'wally seeking to make ad productive .

: as possible Nearly every man and woman can recall Office 204 W. St. Jacksonville.
Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Bay ,
some individual experience when an in.slant's NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS.Thronrh .
If there Is a method of accomplishing decision has made months or yearsof
.'. twice as much as heretofore witha happiness h Vestibuled Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars between Tampa and New TerX
or niiHcry.
Fla.Pass. ,
W. II. WARBURTOX T. Via Jacksonville, Savannah and Columbia .
given amount of effort, It is to his There are times when a man's health is o { nJ.-07 ,New York.. j 204 West Hay St.,Jacksonville, Fla. change."UNITED
Interest to discover and adopt It. Economy at slake upon the care he gives to it within C. P. LOVELL, Aist.Fla. Supt.. I| JOIIN. L. HOWARD, Superlntendeat.JackJIonvl11e. .
Foot St,Jacksonville, Fla. STATES FAST
twenty-four hours. He may be up and on Fla. Hogan MAIL.
I l. of labor means additional acres his feet and going about his work but his! T1IEO. O. EGKIt, T, M.. 6 Bowling Green, New York.
which he can find time to make pro system has become run-down and weakenedto \VBI.P LYDE if CO.,'General Agents, Pullman Via Savannah Drawlng-Room and Buffet Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and New Terk,
r;: ductive. The only way to compute theI"t' that point that a few hours are as criticalas 0 Bowline Green New York 18, Ho. Delaware Ave., Philadelphia. ColumbiaEmbracing
if he were at the turning point of a dan' ,
value of labor is to Inquire what It gerous fever, but he doesn't realize it. Lynchburg,' Charlottesrille,

: : would cost It It had to bo1 purchased.. It is, the same way when a man's liver Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia.
.' ;' It has been found. that If the farmers has been out of order so long and his .

.gt'[ I of the United States had to pay some blood HO choked up with bilious poison Florida East Coast Ry. Pullman Drawlng-Room Sleeping Cars to Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga lad
that lungs begin to be affected rid he Cincinnati.Through .
one else for marketing their crops It feels that he is going into const p ktlon.

would cost them on an average 23; Thin is the critical moment. He i!...y not TIME TABLE NO. 21, IN EFFECT SEPT. 10. 1899. Pullman Sleeping Cars to
t' cents every time'a ton was hauled a be in consumption at all at that time; but a

,,, mile nearer market.: In other words few A,days great or many even hours cases may of wasting put him disease into it SOUTH BOUND (Read Down. ). NORTH BOUND (Read Up). Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville, Through the

t: ft costs 25 cents per ton per mile. 1 which have been cured by Dr. Pierce's tOO 83 .
N a DdFs.u
', say on an average, for l"t costs consid Golden MedicalDiscovery have been diag. Dally STA.TIONS. DNdl y hN, ........ "LAND OF THE SKY."
nosed by doctors as cases of consumption,
erably less In many localities. Yet It when they were really severe cases of bilious 1 KP Leave........................ JackllOnvllle........................Arrlve 1165.16p Dally Limited Trains For Cincinnati via Everett.
ti costs sufficiently Lore in many othersto poisoning and malnutrition accom. 10 BOa Arrlve...................... 5t.Augustine .......................Leave 82t11> II 4IIa
Alp 10 8l\a Leave....................... St. Augustine ......................Arrlve II lOp 9 40e67p11lna
to make the averagg as largo'as stated. panied by a hacking cough. Dr. Fierce's 6 It ...:...... .... .. ...'... .. BaRtluwl.. .. .......;..............Leave liMp 90451T
For detailed
: "Taking an of the number of remarkable Discovery" gives the }Jiver .. .. . .. .. .. ... information as to rates schedules, sleeping oar reservations, .-.. apply.
; average power to throw off bilious secretions en IIII'Ip MA Arrive ... ... .. ...... ... .. Pal tka Leave 4/iOp/ 8 20a any agent of the SOCXBXBN EAILWJLT or Its connections
I miles they arc tl'llvelt'dlt costs on an ables the stomach and blood-making organsto ; 64bp IT iiN. l ewes .... ... .. .. ... .. .. .. Palatka. .. .. ... ..!.....Arrive "'64 P l0a

!. average $3.02 per ton to bring them digest food and convert it into wholesome _"fi p ,.. ... Arr ve...... .. .. ... ..... ..... tan Mateo. .. .. ............. .Leave ...,.. 1uu.
t')i". from the farm to tho railroad station. i nourishment and healthy blood which '7 lIOn Leave .... .... .. .. .. ....... flan Mateo .. ... .. .. ..... .. .... ..Arrive B6I ::-:::: B. W. HUNT, Florida Pass. Agt., 212 West Bay Street, JaokaonTlll, IT*,
heals the inflamed lungs and bronchial lip A 11 boa Leave........................ East Palatka ...........:............Leave 1IIOp: 84Ra'f 'J. M. GULP W; A.
It costs only $1.87 In the northern and tissues and builds up flesh and strength. 41p! 12 filiI' .. .,......................... Onnouci .. ...........,........... 347p 7133766p TUBE,. S, H. HABDWIOI,
>('ast'l'1stn h's, but In.the Pacific coast This natural process of restoration comes 10Hp ............. .............. Daytoaa......... ................ aSlip 7015806p Tri Bo. Manager. G t. .....t. Gen. .
} nnd mountain at a critical moment when the lungs arejt'ist It8p .: ................ .....,..PortOraulfe.... ........... .. .... 826p IIlna WaahlDlton,1J.o. Washington, b. O. Atlanta Oft
states It runs up as high the of Slop 16'p ......................" New Smyrna .........n........:.... 806p llOOa161p
being overwhelmed April "
'ii' ns 512. This of course, Is for the on verge 222p ..,...................... Ol tllUl........ .................. .. 222p99Up : 1I0IIa 10, 1899.
I and broken down by bile-poisoned blood. BOHp : ......................... TYtueville......................... 1Up lib .
value of the farmer's time and that of There are well authenticated cases in which ...... amp ......................... City Point ,........................ 1 Ulp .
his team and wagon, or what he would this Discovery has restored health even ...... Sep .................u....,.... (Aea ..........,................. l07p ......
have after the lung tissue was ,seriously im- ...... gulp ......................... ROC'klodge....................... I04p ......
to pay some one else at a fairprice paired. In these cases, according to the ...... 4 lij: ......................... Eau Uallie ......................... 12 BlIp....... MALLORY
,: to do his hauling for him. diagnoses of eminent it has ...... 421p ......................... ItelbourDe ......................... ,. 1224p ...... STEAMSHIP LINE.
, t "How physicians, ...... 46ip .......................... Ro eland .......................... ., 114jja ......
o was all this found out? It IsIS' actually cured consumption, for many of ....... 6011' a ...........""..w..Sebsstian .............n"......... 1148&. ....
/IS' the. result of careful Inquiries made by the cases cured had been pronounced con ...... 162p .......................... St. Lucie .........................: 10 665 ...... Florida
; sumption by the best physicians obtain- ...... ........................,. Fort Pierce ......................... ? 104lia ...... New York,
the United Slates department of ag able ; but in the majority of instances, it 641p o ............ .......... ......Eden .... ........................ II 10 U6a Philadelphia and Boston.
f' 1'lcllh1l'0lnd of estimates received would be more correct to say, that it saves :ta 114111' ". .................... ....... Jensen......... .................. II 10 00a o.alii ,
from farmers In 1,200 dlffercnt'coun. people from consumption. liMp ......,....... ............Stuart ...........n......... II IlIIOa 208 From llrnnawlck (direct), to :New York
; or ... .......... .... Ibis Sound .. .. .. II .
It is to the Ti ally 16p: .. .... ......... 9105 Daily k PASSENGER SERVICE.
tics throughout the United States ink say least a thoroughly well. ExTu 71111p .......n.au.un... West Juplt.r ...,.................... II lI07a F,1 7 "
> reply: to 10,000 requests for such In- I established fact, that the "Golden Medical r.rTI! slap or .............. .......West Pall'll Beach :.................... 88Aa1Illlo + f To make connections with steamers leave Jacksonvlll
: Discovery cures weak lungs bleeding 11/4& 8U\1p\ II .................. ......lIoynton.. ....... ... .......... a 8U5a100p149a on Thursdays at 8:20 a. m., via Fernamllna and "Gov.Safforu
formation. These Inquiries were made from the lungs, obstinate, lingering coughs, t48p II ............ .......... ....Vulr", ... ............ ......'...... 7 (Cumberland Koute). Arrive Brunswick p.m. Plnnerw
j', for' the simple of getting at bronchical affections, and all those derange 402a 9a7p ............ .......... Fort Lauderdale. ...................... 70ia 745p611alo2Up ", route. Or via all rail leaving Jacksonville 4:30: p. 1lII'kI'S'( C
: purpose menus and morbid conditions, including ........ .... ......... LeuwuSty.... ....... ............ 621. snip .'tII'.), via Everett and Southern H',. Arrive \ :
:(.:' tho facts In the matter, so that farmers emaciation or wasting.away of flesh,which, 6d.5101)nArrive..,.... .... .. .. ..... ...... )l1"ml.... .. ... .......... .. ... a' (lIMa liDO\>> p. m.. rassengers on arrival go directly aboard steamer
; might know what could behaved by if neglected or improperly treated, lead up 1LiivwElN; lHlW SU\1tXA: AND OHAl\li CII'\ JC'CI1N.

the building of good roads and might to consumption. R';.TR1': 0 1 8TATIONS. No. :'t No 1 PROPOSED SAILINGSLv.

.' better be able to determine how much creek The case of Mr.Co. Harrison shows Smith, of Gap- "ii''6P p i Ida i Lv.. ...... ... .......... :New lI1yrn". ............... .........Ar l' fup: 1i60pasop .New York, Pier 21 E. R., 3 cop m., (Standard Time.) I>. Brunswlcfc
\ they could afford to spend for building Wayne Ky., the marvelous 11 21& ". ............................IAlkellelen .................. .........Lv. 1:1: lOp 440p402pit00n .. .. ,l
.. .. .
operation of this wonderful remedy. II ........ ...... ....... Orange (ity..5. .........; 1200u 424p405p Friday,July 28 .. ...........COLORADO ........ ......? ...........Fri Jay., Sopt J
them. In a letter to Dr. Pierce, he writes : 11456 Ar......... ..'. ...Orange lit,. Jun<'tlon.............. ...... ll/l.'la/ .1111,! Friday, Aug. 4........................... RIOGUANDE........... ........ .... .,Frliluj: ,
Friday, I1..............:..... .........COLORADO ............................Friday, ." JJ
rJ "Further Inquiries were made Into lungs"I took and a chest severe and cold I suffered which settled on my All ttrrnlue ootwn New. tmyrlla an! Orange Ct unctllu D..Jly except 8uuda1'. Friday, II 1t1..1 ..............RIO GRANDE....... ..... .............Friday\ -
intensely I ?J
i the cost of hauling crops In the good tried several of our.best physicians here and Hi''PYhI'N'iil'USVII.LIOA\D. : : FANM(1RD.o. Friday 25 COLORADO Friday.For |

li roads districts of Europe. These were they rave up all hope of my recovery{ they said I S TATIONS. No.1:1: general information, steamers, trains, rates, etc.,apply to any railroad agent or to

?n mado: through tho United States consuls days that or weeks.consumption Air! Jan.and Lofton could live a neighbor but a few 7W. Lv.................. .........:.........Titu viUe.....................................Ar 1'2713a BASIL GILL S. A., 220 W.Bay St.Jacksonville.H. .
.., stationed In various European cities came to me and told me to write to Dr. 1'icrce .............,...............,.........Mims...........................,.........,.Lv.. 11"pS28a .1[. RAYMOND General
that he could cure inc. I did so, and he wrote ."........."a..................0... Oateen.....,...............u.u....... 1111ia Southern Agent, Brunswick, Ga.
who were Instructed to find out uie what kind of medicine to get. I took five 8541 a .................................F.nterpri'le.................................... 11 afa C. H.MALLORY,General Agent, Pier 20, E. River and S8S Broadway, N. T.
900a II .................. ........ .. .Enterl'rlHe Junction.s.......... 11 t6&98uaAr
bottles of l> Tierce's UoMen Medical
r tho exact facts In the matter. It was I&nnow I r am sound and well I feel Discovery better .. .. . ..l'IlIl1or.... .. . ... .. . .... .......... IlUOa, --- -- ....::=
! : found, as a result of their Investigations thau I have iu ten years" All traluTtwN'n 'fUvllle su! Sanfont Daily\ ClXt'U"t 'unlhy.
1 that the average cost of marketing : But long before disease hiss progressedto

; a ton of farm! produce In Europe any such desperate point is the time KEY WEST AND HAVANA.The pLANT :
when the la SYSTEM.
was only 8 0-10 cents per mile us Discovery of most universal
benefit. Its strengthening aid! shouldbe tcuniwi. of the Florida K+at Coa t btcanmlUp Company are appolntud to ..ill.... followaJ
against: 25: cents in the United States. obtained at the first sign of failing appe. ::
l "It appears then, as tho result of tite, impaired digestion, or a constipated STEAMSHIP COCOA.SOUTHBOUND. .

r careful Investigation, that It costs us tendency.For .
thin and debilitated women and If yon are going anywhere, whether it be to tha
In the United States:) just about three puny children it is the best possible flesh- Leave Miami Sundays and Wednesdays; Arrive Key West Mondavs and Thurs
V times ns much to market our farm builder and strength promoter. For those days.: Leave Key Vest Mondays and TUursdays; Arrive Havana Tuesday and North South East West
crops ns It does In European countries whose blood is impure and skin in an unhealthy Fridays.. ,
where good roads have been condition this blood.renovating NORTHBOUND.
r "Discovery" is far more effective than Northwest Southwest
, i. built. Farmers there are able to make lotions or cosmetics It U not a mere Ieave navan Tuesdays and Fridays: Arrive Key West Tuesdays and Frltls,, or
: Leave Key west Tulays and Krtd< Arrive Miami Wednesdays and :Saturdays.Departures :
their three times as great as temporary stimulus; it does not make ;
ours, owing to bettor roads. flabby fat. For this reason it is far prefer. from Miami will be matte won as possible alter arrival of train Mon Remember that the PLANT SYSTEM of Railways and Steamship Lines with

, able to malt extracts and nauseous cod- sailing day gateways at Port Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville Charleston Mongomery, Ti tea
f. "But we are not obliged to go to Europe liver oil emulsions. Itcreates hard, healthy TbiMM) Time Table* a.how the tunes at which I rain-mud lxMit< may bu vxpootttd toarriv aa4 >'
.1 for Illustrations as to good roads flesh and permanent vigor. depart from the several station aud ports, but their arrival or departure at the time and various other points, with its all the year round DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
slated is not guaranteed nor does the Company hold luwlf re l>ouniUl j fur aiijr delay or SAT is the best
for we have fortunately, a few localities Dr. riercc'c Common Sense Medical Adviser *queucea artiint theretronu route, and that information can be obtained promptly by addressing
In our own country which furnish will now be tent absolutely free for the mere crest For copy of local time card call at 339 Vest Bay Street Jauluouville. or addressJ. or calling on .
of mailing only, twenty-one one-cent stamps, J. D. RAHNER. O. P.
P. A.
ft" such examples. Mecklenburg county, which should be inclosed to World's Diipcnsary BKUKWmt. Trafflo Manager. fit.
Medical Association Buffalo, N. Y., Augustine. F. M. Jolly Division ABCD-
N. 0., not long ago began'the construction or ten -'\ Passenger
if '- --- ----
tamp! Calm a heavier clpth-bouuil copy"oialre.t. -- ..
of a system of macadam roads.It f .. 138 West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, FU-,

was customary there fo load up two JOE PRINTING B. W. Wren Passenger Tramo Manager, SavinDan'Ga.
bales of cotton on a wagon to be hauled How to Car Croap. ,

by a mule team. The mules could draw Give half a teaspoonful of pure olive -

thla load very well during dry weath oil every ten..minutes and well rub the

y er. After a I'nln. when the roads were chest and windpipe and between the OF ALL KINDS The ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing.

boulders with warm oil, laying on ,
soft, the load was too much for even Executed at theADVOCATE
a pair of tough mules. After the county both back and chest a good sized piece *
had begun tp build roads this load of new flannel soaked In warm oiL PRINTING OFFICE. (gf Prices to Sail the Times

-fill.1" .

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INDIAN\ RIYKR, ADVOCATE,. SEPTEMBER M,.1899.Hemlersonvllle 7

J $0 1'E 5'11: : .the-)"iearround.T Tltusvtlle Boarding Houses. AUGUST-FLOWER.-

BOARDINOf: HOUSE TITUSVILLJ;,FLA. ."It )ie a urprl lng fact says Prof.
US '1 LE, I 11TH UZZLE Iloutoiv'nhat io blytravels In all part
of the.world, for4 the last ten yearn, I
and room, $1.00"pec day When In need! of white or rye Bread, plea, hare met more people having used

cakes, etc., go to ''Mrs Delsnera City Bafcery Yachts, boarding, houst'8, Green's August Flower than any other
hAN = 7 R, I OT L, hotels and families s't'1PlIIt'd.BOUKNIGHT'S ito2OOrlaeeeatrlo: DI..o. remedy for dyspepsia' deranged liver

"N Across] 1. IA'lettt'l\' Tht head of a and! stomach: and for constipation. I find
s TITUSVILLE, m. planet 3.A classical writer 4. 4 INDIAN BOARDING' HORSE, mwmw. ., w1% 5* An : RIVER, It\'U4 and fetters of the ancient, Goth and general bad feelings from irregular
4-s- FLORIDA. Good, airy and comfortable rooms. Board and room, One Dollar per day. 6. To place. 7. A letter habits exist, that Green's August
Special rates by week or month. I Down 1. A letter 2. A pronominal Flower Is a grand remedy It docs not

.r r -fit;. C. BOUKNIQIIT, Proprietor. : adjrctlve. 8. The receptacle or part of Injure the system by frequent use, and
: I the flower on which the carpels are seat Is excellent for sour stomachs and 1 Indigestion.
J. O. BAST, Proprietor. : ed. 4. A person nominated to a place or ." Sample bottles free at F. S.

etUice. B. The lapwing, or green plover. ChatTeo'a drug store, Titusville, Fin.. or
NIC AnE'1\TD'S, 0. A little less than rich.. 7., A letter J. P. Cooler's drug store, Cocoa, Fin
The hotel fronts on the Sold! by dealers In all civilized counti_lea.
.r>A wide sweep of bay(7 miles DEPOT FORBartholomay's No. 910.-Anaaram. ---

r In width), formed by the An Island city, sea wivr heat its Mm!.*, Remember that the INDIA RtVRR
n' Indian River It The .hln. alsddenh. sweet Bower perfume
T making a nin ADVOCATE docs all kinds of job printingat
delightful Mid crams trees with foldrn fruit It stands) ,
summer resort Rochester Beer short notice. Send them an order
u ,ii mu mum m au I,. uqi. olio ,u, m Constant cool And pleasure reigns where oleanders bloom. and be convinced that It Is the place to

breezes from the sea andY Monqultoei serenade you there by night. have job printing. done.
'r bay. Flowing sulphur and Ors LOY on sultry days to ptttrr you. I
t springs. Fine Wines, Liquors Cigars.. .. Ilk mske tight.
1 b Special summer Wn entertain while ho\iM ( you
X" / Ia,, ? rates. MERCHANTS' LUNCH 111 to 21. M. art CENTS. And kindred pleasures bl.* you, not a f,.. Story of a Slave

130 W. hay St. Jacksonville, Florida.BINDING' To ho hound hand and foot for years
No. 911.Itiddlen.eree.My by the chains of disease Is the worst
art li In home, but not In row I form of slavery. George I). Williams
N. C. Wr Mcond U in arrow, but not In bow|
Manchester Mich. how
tells such a slavo
Uy third U In shark, but no* In dare
ROOF OVER THE ROAD mndufreo. He wife has
MATERIAL. My fourth U In muslin but not In I.ce tMy was says:
ntth I In In bowl, but not In b.1l1 been so helpless for years that she could
ILLCOTE Shonld Equal the Ilnrilnr of the toad I2x|>rrt HarrUon Tnrni the Tit My sixth li In lUnnth but not In P.ul| not turn over In bet) alone. After using
HENDF.RSONVILLE X. C. Stone of the Ilond. hi... on the Partner. My Mwnth li In Ink but Dot In pc'nla" two bottles of Electric llltteis, she is
unless Itoad Export U. U. Harrison of till'departmt'llt ttfthth U In unit but not In tent wonderfully Improved and able to do her
road properlybuilt
Every stone with My ninth I* In man but not In tent| "
work. This
First-class accommodation for limited number of guests, In a country with small stones and just agriculture meets My whole U a muitlenl liutrumcnt. own supreme remedy for
female disease
the !
In quickly cures nervousness -
house,'two and a half miles from town; good driving, exceedingly healthy, enough binding material to fill the some humorous experiences I headache
: sleeplesness, melancholy, ,
Address.II. course of his travels over the country 3. A Kliih Pond.
and beautiful scenery. voids presents a honeycombed appear No. -
roads and backache, fainting and dizzy spells. This
C. STOKES, ance. In fact, a measure' containing: building experimental e miracle working medicine Is a godxend
llendersonville\ :N. C. two cubic feet of broken stone will spreading the doctrine of good roads. >> to weak, sickly, run down people. Every

hold .in addition one cubic foot of wa Frequently these are In the form of S bottle guaranteed Only 60c. Sold byF.
ter, and a cubic yard of broken macadam puzzling questions from quizzical .' o S. Chaffee, druggist.
J ACICSONVILLE.Merritt's' and often statement which
about one-half as farmers .
will weigh Just a
to offset his knowledge of road 0
much as a solid cubic yard of the same seems '

;Hotel ... kind To of Insure stone.a solid roadway and to fill l building.Some time ago he was attending a 0 .' 0 FREE
Rathburn meeting of farmers who were Invited .
e TOX. the large proportion of voids or CONSULTATION
of American
between the different pieces of by officials of mo League
Wheelmen to hear General Harrisonand wlth'our'homo treatment. We are

to learn from him what he pro- 1. The upper t1rot seven,' ending physicians'and you !get the benefit

FRONTING ST. ,JOIIIIS RIVER. posed to do with the experimentalroads with the Urge star on the right, "a small of our experience. No matter what

Street cars for both A., V. & W. Ry. and Terminal Stations pass he was to build In the township.On fresh water fish allied to the carp. It Is trouble Is how how
simple or
the door. Family Hotel, home comforts, elevator and steam this occasion one of the audience easily caught and frequently used for your

heat., Will, open November 1st, 1899.) American plan........... spoke up and asked: bait. 2. lieglnulug with the Urge star hopeless, wo can do you good, and
MEURITT'S HOTEL PLACIDE, Main St. After Nov. i,law. "How deep do you-propose to build at the left, a large cartilaginous fish If wo can't we will honestly tell you.so.
found in the hikes o( North America the
European Plan only.Travelers' your road?" Black and Onsplnn 10" etc Its flesh Thousands of.tircd, weary, sick

"Eight Inches," was the reply. is valued for food. From Its air bladder and hopeless people have been en.

'' New .. '"Why, 'man, that 'won't be any use isinglass U made From Its roe caviare tirely and permanently cured by

The Hotel In this country\ Why, sir, the frost la prepared. When It leaps above the

Management.. goes eight feet Into the ground'I" wave, It leaves COMPOUND

:,. The rest of the farmers sided In with -an arch of silver bright
Ins N. F. GARCIA, Proprietress. :o asi4 oleo o o this remark and for some time had a The rainbow of the moony main OXYGENWhy

Uut 3. The second horizontal of seven, a sea
little tun at the general's expense.
not take heart and Investigate
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. STQNES IN Till!: ROAD. he Is alwaYB"ready for such things, fish resembling the cod. 4. The third.a again

broken stone some finer material must and It did not take him long to turn small ash, "throe Inches In length, of this !great principle. We have

Electric Lights. ,'Electrio'Bells, Baths, Complete Service. be Introduced Into the structure of jthe the tables'on' them. the herring family, caught In the Mediterranean "- thousands of testimonials. Send for
and this material Is usually and pickled for exportation. book homo
roadway, sheds your' i on treatment, wonderful
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN F ORIDA.rr roadmakersa "You farmers on B. The fourth a G,h about 5 feet In
called a binder or by some premises,.of course," he 'replied, "and its .cures to the sick, etc., freo.
celebrated for surprisingchanges
Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. "filler." of tho length,
you have often In the spring of color when dying 0. The
There used to be much contention regarding year, when the' frost was coming :out lower curve of six, ending with the Urge DRS. STARKEY & PALEN

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Opposite the use of binding material In of tho ground, been obliged ,to lay star, a fish of a ycllowUh red color, ,
HOTEL OXFORD the making of a macadam road, but 'It planks to enable you to reach those found In the northern climates of Amer-
St. James Hotel. 1112 Girtml St. 1'lilln. Pa.
Is conceded by nearly practicaland
now sheds without getting In the mud?" ica, Europe and Asia.
roadmakers, both in Ot 17 feb 000
Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and experienced They gale their assent to this state- ......
of .
homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleas Europe and America that tho.use a ment; and he continued: No. lI3I'leterlal Combination.Vff

ant stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when in Jack binding material Is essential to Ithe.proper "When you reached the shed, you

sonville. construction of a good macadam found the ground hard, firm and dry
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. road. It adds to Its solidity Insures under the roof, and yet the frost had Q VirgilliaHomes
tightness by closing all of the .
nearly an equal chance to get Into the
between the loose Irregular "
spaces It did outside. The
ground there as -
PABLO BEACH. stones and binds together the macadam
farmers saw the point. You learn all about Lands
crust In a way that gives It firmness "The whole philosophy of road build- Virginia ,
and durabllfty. Its resources, products, mode of cultivation
elasticity ing," continued the general.. "Is! to
Hotel! ,Pablo PABLO-BY-TIIE-SEA, FLA. Binding material to produce the best build a roof over your road through 1 prices, etc, by reading tho

results should bo equal In hardnessand which the water cannot penetrate, and Virginia Fanner. Send ICcts.
toughness with the ,road stone. for 3 months to the
the front will amount to' little. Now, subscription
Only one block south from Station.; Large veranda on front and sldo. First- The best results are therefore obtained gentlemen what I propose to do Is to Farmer Co., Emporia, Va.Choice.
.class hath house wlth'lulphur: Shower Baths and suits for Sea Bathln Bedrooms by using screenings or spalls from put'a roof over your road. Of course

large, light and airy. Single: rooms 10x21, family rooms 18x21: ; also the broken stone' used. Course sand or Is to place this roof
connecting\ rooms 10x14. Artesian water throughout building. None but the gravel can sometimes be used with Im It Impracticable' .
finest food products used. Rates, $2 per day; $7 to $10 per week. punity as binder, but the wisdom of up so that you can drive under It, but
I shall place the root on the road so I Wlnos,Liquors
SYDNEY IIAIGII, Proprietor, loam clay Is much ques- /et t
using or very that may drive over It." Arrange the seven parts of the puzzle
Former Proprietor Colonnades Hotel, Daytona.. tioned. When the latter material Is On you another of the occasions when In such a way that they will show the and Cigars.

used for' a binder, the road Is apt tq the L. A. W. gave him a chance to address name of a single animal.-Field, Farm Guaranteed Pure.
become very dusty In dry weather and and Fireside. .
a similar meeting ho was asked Sold at reduced
muddy In wet
sticky, and rutty the value of and the application of No. :11.InoDble Aoroillo. NHHftV price

weather. drains to dirt roads. My Initials, read downwards will give Imported ,

The "Have you as'a boy going barefoot the name of a famous poet and my finals I tktb Tokitjr Wine,

Colonnades SEABREEZE, FLA. How to Hake Bread Sauce ed as all boys should, noticed that by that of hU wife from Italy

Half, a cupful of fine, dry, white i working a piece of moist ground with, 1. Battle In the ,Peninsular war. 2. '
bread crumbs must be Btlm.il lightly1 I your feet 'ou.creaw mud? Of course A boundary. 3. A river In Houth Amer John B. Togni
Since the of the have house which will ica. 4, A boy's' name. 5. A girl's name. ,
burning Inn, I leased this popular remain Into a cupful of scalding milk, with the have, and no has every boy thatever
open all summer. Surf: bathing, Ocean pier, fine fishing, shade trees, etc. Invariable bit of fvda added In boiling. you lived. In that little act'you have (1. A holy person. 7. A Scottish town. Metropolitan Saloon, 12.1 East Day St.,
Terms U.. A' mUxilo. 10. A girl'sname.
reasonable. Bus meets all trains at Daytona Station. 8. An epoch.
Add half a teaspoonful of onion juice the secret of bud roads., They moistureIn 11. Void. JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA
paprika and a little salt; set over the the ground aided by constant trav- Wholesale and,Itetall......
fire In a double boiler and simmer five el, creates the' mud' boles and ruins 'No. Stiff. Heiuovlmr !!....

: th. minutes to cook the breaM; add a table- them. Now take a sponge and soak It 1. Take a bee from dim or.wat'rl\aDd,
B each NEW MOUSE, spoonful of butter and, If you like,-a full of water. You will find that the leave a very unfortunate old man. The Largest and Most Complete -

House "scrape" of nutmeg. Serve In a gravy big holes do lot fill, but the fine pores :2. Take a boo from a thicket and leave Establishment South.
NEW FURNITURE.Sea with boiled roast chicken. Do fiuld. Place a common garden utfiiill.
boat or are the ones that hold the .
3. Take tow from a hoarse and GEO. S HACKER &
a cry SON
not cook Into paste. It should be Just the sponge lu a sieve over a basin and ,
Breeze avenue one minute from Beach. Table first-class. Sea Food a leave a line\ of light.
ladled out.Don't
thin enough to .be easily will find that It will become dry .
specialty. $1.60 Liberal Address .- you 4. Take abve from mild and leave to .
Day, ; weekly terms ...._; ,
while It la
stir cooking. the
In a short time, the water seeking/ catch and bring to shore.

G. W. SCIIUYLER, I basin below That Is just the principle 6. Tuke a bee from thel i strand and

Beach House, Seabreeze, Fla. no,., to Iron Linen. Involved In making good dirt roads. leave every.
We place the drain through the centerof 0. Take it bee from extending far and
::::. Wash the linen carefully and thoroughly -
the earth above wide! and leave a highway. I
the roadway, and fr
-- ----- ; then let It hang In'the sun just '

ST. AUGUSTINE. long enough to Iron nicely without be- holds the moisture, which, like tile water A rirmlnff Lay. .

--- ing forced to sprinkle It. When the from the sponge peeps down tot Of song bird the nightingale ts unquestionably -

PLAZA wrinkles have once dried In the linen II tilt vacancy below lu the drain and the sweetest, but the common

HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. It Is very difficult to remove all of >. carried on*." or garden ben U the one that pleases

them with the Iron. Next have a very us most with lu luy.-Uurul New Voiker.

Postoffice This hotel Is now pen for ROOMS ONLY. It is centrally located, near hot Iron not hot enough to scorch, but A WONDEItFUL: CUKE OF Key lo the l'nler. -
Bank and Cathedral. sufficient to dry the linen rapidly, when
Rooms Wets nI ItIUIOI A. No. 192,-Word Square; 1. Stoat 2. a
to $1.00 day $1.50 to $0.00 week.
per ; per passed over It. It must be Ironed until Thane. 3. OUKOS. 4. Anent. 5. Testy

V. D. SANCHEZ, Manager. perfectly dry; otherwise the luster and No. 103.-J.nlgmal I'o, pop, pope. MANUFACTURERS OF '

brilliancy that are so attractive will A Prominent Virginia Editor No. lU4.-IIUJden Animals: 1. Camel.

---- not be obtained. Upon good linen hind Almost Given Up, but 'i. Lion. 3. Tiger. 4. Panther. 5. Calf.U. Doors, Sash, Blinds,
starch should be avoided just as muchas Unu. 7. WeaMfl. 8. Ileuver. 0. liuf- ,
Waft Ill-ought Hack to Perfect falo. 10. llorxe. 11. Bhi-ep. 12. Uadgi-r.
silk fabrics. may give & Material
IIU1VIESEEKERSe ... :..........._ "body"upon to some cheap thin grades of Health by Chanihcrlaln'M Colic, 13. 1'lg. U. Cow. 11;. Uoat 10. Deer. Moulding Building
17. Porcupine. 18. Elk. 10. !fear. 20.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Iteinody. -
linen but It U entirely out of place on Hyeuu. Office A Warerooms King opposite
Head Hto J dltorln).
good linen. .- No. IV:;. Right Rhomboid; Across: 1. Cannon Street ,
Who are Seeking a Home in the South should send to the undersigned for a From the Time, HllUtllle, Va. Cabal. 2. Moral. 3. Wlucs. 4. Defer
B. Hteal. Dowui C. 2. Am. 3. Uow, 4. Charleston] S. C.
copy of theFlorida to Just with diarrhoea for
It an Important I suffered a longtime \ 8Ita. ,
Arid. B. 1.11 DCII. 6. Left. 7. See.: -
and thought I was past being
O. U
That you enrich and purify your blood cured. I had spent much time and money No. 1WI.! -A Poet's House William Sash Weights Cord and
In the fall as In the spring. At thU and suffered no much misery that I Cullen Bryant Henry Wadnwortu Long ,
East Coast time, owing to decaying'vegetation, a had almost decided to give up all hopes fellow John Ureenleaf. Whittler. Thouan
low water level, and other causes, thereare .. of recovery and await the result, but Hood. Joaquin Miller Walt Whitman. Hardware t
disease germs; alL about us, and a noticing the advertisement of Chamber. Puzzle
No. 107.-Patriotic :
weak and debilitated system quickly Iain's Colic, Cholera and Dlarhoea Remedy Don't get between 111101 and the Window and Fancy Glas J
We yields to attacks of malaria, fevers, etc. and also some testimonials stating :,
have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking: Tobacco Growing, and lot enemy.-Dewey. ,'
By purifying and enriching your blood how some wonderful cures bad been There must be no more recalls; Iron A SPECIALTY.l'altuetto &

inter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest In the United States. with Hood's Sarsaparllla you may buildup wrought by this remedy, I decided to will break at last.-Hobiton. ;,
your system to resist these dangers try It. After taking a few done I was No. 108.-Metogram: 1. Power 2. Drug Store Daytona. *
Apply as well.au coughs, colds, pneumonia andthe entirely well of that trouble, and I wishto Tower, 3. Cower. 4. \Bower.: B. Dower.
toJAS. grip which come with colder weath say further to my readers and fellow 0. Lower. 7. Itower. 8. !lower. e '
E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner, er. To be on the safe side, take Hood' sufferers that I 'am a hale and heartyman No. 109.-Htnte Abbrevlatlonsi Mass. Drugs, medicines, chemicals, fine toilet :1 i
Sarsaparllla now, and always be sure it today, and feel as well a. I ever 2. Me. 3. Wash. 4. Pa. 5. Miss Q.Mo. soaps, brushes, comb perfumery and ,
FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, Is Hood's and not something else repro- did In my life.-O, It. !oore. Sold by 7, Ark. 8. Tenn. 0. La. fancy toilet article In treat variety ,"
ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. seated to be "just a* good." all druggists and medicine dealers. !I.UUBTOJT, propr. '.



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It t *K w rP Another Starch Factory doing Up. -Mr. and Mrs. S.: Graham and Mr. Summer Excursion Hates to all Carroll &

Louis Cole, of Hotel Biscayne I. the Itcsort < Goldsmith
the Planters' Manufacturing Company who have been managing a Mlaml'j.

are progressing ,rapidly with the New Hampshire, expect to excursion GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All J
construction! of their starch factory at their home next week. Summer icketsaro on :

Lake Mary, six miles from Sanford. -Mr. Grotjan Ronald, who has been from June 1st, to September 30th., limited Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicit
to return October 31st., 1899, via
Eighteen cars of material are now on .
pending! some time at Seabreeze, arrived TITUSVILLE -
the track. The foundations for the hern Tuesday, and on Wednesday the Southern Railway, at very low rates, FLORIDA
to resorts in Virginia North and South
a main building, warehouse, englnehouse, morning attended the gun shoot Mr. ,
bollerhouse and dry kiln are all com Simmons, of Cocoa, was also here. Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia and the
EI :S RaA.I Y & :
North west a
pleted. The company will erect a grain They returned home Wednesday after Rp
4 BENJ. W. JEROME. elevator, which U said to be the only "Summer homes" folders, maps, "I,and '
private one in Florida. A telephoneline noon. of the sky" pamphlets and other interesting Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple & Fancy Groceries
will be constructed to Sanford. F.G. -Mr. Geo. W. Scobie, manager of the literature sent free to any addressby Bran '
And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Cotton Seed
t State Representative PENNSYLVANIA Perkins of the Florida Fish and Ice Co. at this place applying to R. W. Hunt, Florida Meal Gt
president Indian
company, the house River
Food and Wheat. We are only on dealing
IRON WOUKS CO., for is on the ground daily looking closely shipped on Tuesday 63 barrels of salted Passenger Agent, 212 West Bay St., Jack invite and eicluilt,
We correspondence
the above line of solicit
the Sale of GLOBE GAS ENGINES goods your your tub.:
mullet which he has been fora sonville Fla.Please
Into every detail. Charles E. Farmer, preparing Very truly E. L. BRADY & BRO.,
Marino and Stationary. secretary, returned Saturday from a month or so. They were shipped to Tltusvlllel

Selling Agent COLMAN ACETYLENE short business trip. J. B. B. Stoyker, the above company, who will send themto write us whenever you fail to -
Cuba. receive the ADVOCATE. -
GAS !r ACIII E8. Safest, Cheapest : private secretary to President l'erklnRz
and Best light for private dwellings is also an experienced electrician, ana -Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton. Mrs. F. & Motlow<
will construct the telephone line to Lesley
aud stores. A. Morgan and Mr. Chas. H. Walton, all
Sanford. W. R. Ilealey, of, Longwood, of this place, who have been upending a ROBBINS & GRAHAM
For prices, catalogues and estimates, has charge of the construction 01 build- month in North Carolina, expect leave (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
1, address Ings. A wagon and blacksmith shop is there Monday or Tuesday, next, for Save

t BENJ. W. JEUOME, to be established. The company will annah where they will spend a couple of ....La"" y ora... Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies, Rnms, Gins and Wh\!\
use a large number of teams. The tires days before returning to Titusville. They
Rnckledge, Fla. of the wagons will be made very wide. will arrive home Thursday or Friday Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout r
This Is the kind that ought to be used next. WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND
The Anhenser-Bnsch Asso'io'n. all over Florida" as there is so much A First-class Line of Cigars. ..* Billiard and Pool Tat
Brewing sand. -Capt. Joe Smith has been in the UNITED STATES COURTS.
t city a few days, visiting his family. He Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to
i Fumoui St. Louis Keg and Bottled Beer.f Shoot Is still in the fish business at Titusvllle, orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titusville,

,; Bold by ]Mem.Lollle1 &: Motlow, Tltuivllle Fla. Regular dun Indian River, and says fish have been ABSTRACTS of f Title Furnished
,, Jtjr Mr. J. I).Crabb, Cocoa, Fla. rather scarce in his section for the past
tr By Mr. W.J.Tucker, Fort Tierce, l1a.r ,. The Titusville Gun Club held Us regular month. The captain says the sale offish for Lands in Brevard and Dade Protect Your
r weekly shoot Wednesday. The first by wholesale should be reversed, as INSURANCE
I .. .. event was the regular 25 bird match, mullet, the principal food fifth of Flor- Counties. property Against
and the scores were ns follows: Jonas, ida, Is purchased from the fishermen at .
'4 Wholesale Beer and Liquors 21 ; Pritchard, 20j; Branuing, 17; Ronald 3 cents each, and sold by the purchasers : : :: ra.n.d: GYCyLON9CS

21; Simmons, 17| Woodward, 16. Second at 3 cents per pound.-Jacksonville We have a large List I represent all the leading Fire Insurance, Companies, and the. Mutual 1
, West Bay Street, event, sweep stakes, 10 birds Jones, 10; Metropolis.ANY Insurance Company. Am also Agent lor :surety' Bonds of the City
t Brannlng; Simmons, C; Pritchard 8; of Lands owned by : Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Ronald, 0. In the shoot oil for secondplace COLOR, CHEAPER than PAINT, i For Rates, Information, etc, call on or address CHAS. S. SCUUTLER
Pritchard Third event is Cabots' Creosote Stains. Prices
won. ourselves and clients. Titusville, F''
sweep stakes, 10 birds-Pritchard, 0; and particulars on application to
THE A. P. FRIES DRUG CO. Branning, 8; Simmons, 8; Jones 8'; Tnos. C. WATTS & Co.,
Ronald, 8. In the shoot off for second Jacksonville, Fla. Price for unimprovedlands
place Jones won. '
Wholesale and Retail. nr- Reading notice ads. on this page $3 to $.1 00 HOT WEATHER WO

Perrine Land Grant Company.On are five cents per line per week.: --

DRUGS and MEDICINES per acre.. ,
Saturday last a deed was filed in Orange Groves and Lands.. r

the county clerk's office, at Miami, made WE have a few Residence, Orange
yx, 129 East Bay Street, by Henry E. Porrine and other heirs of The public Is invited to Inspect the Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable ,.+ is less fatiguing when your kitchen lit
f '
the late Doctor Terrine, to the Perrine young orange grove of C. T. McCarty in ; cool and bearable by using an oil slot

a JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Land Grant Company, for the entire Sec. 5, Tp. 34, R. 40, west of the railway locations. Prices Reasonable. Ii gas stove or a. gas range. We have asp|

Perrlne grant. The consideration was about 5 miles north of St. Lucie, I {; did stock of these labor-savers In
i' ,J. D. O'HERN, 100000. For sixty years no one has on the yellow hickory ridge.; The oldest i TITUSVILLE ; Same oil I stoves, or gasoline stoves and
been able to secure a clear title to landsin tree In It was set May 98, while most OFFICES { .
rr Manager. this grant. This purchase removesall of them were set In Feb., '99.!) They 1 and MIAMi. ranges. They are clean, economical
the barriers, and purchasers will receive speak for themselves. I have plenty "r'' I durable, and our prices will enable

warranty deeds to their property. more land around them at reasonable 'slimmest purse to procure one.
For Sale. This grant is just south of Miami, and prices and terms.
East Meat Market
o when built up will add greatly to the C. T. McCAiiTV, Coast

At Daytona, Fla., five and ten acre wealth of Dade county. Ankona, Fla. JAMES PRITCHARD & SON
lots choice vegetable and orange lands.Choo.p ,
G. F. ;
DUREN Agent;
1 for cash or will make liberal Impeding Plant Steamer.
terms. Address, I The Orlando Nurseries ::=aCD
+ 't 22 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. Capt. James Fitzgerald, superintendent Offer for November and December delivery .....:.>>. t-f_:: .
of the Plant Steamship Company, cr.IIc;
...... In Tampa, who is well-known in Titus- 15,000 choice budded orange and :> t': ty'>>',
fruit trees are four old sour .
grape ; years ; FURNITURE
vllle been In
Jacksonville this
stock. 5,000> sure bearing fig ,
:Semi-Tropical Nurseries. week inspecting the new steamer being orange trees, Peach, Plum, Pear and Persimmontrees :>> =
M built the Merrill-Stevens
by Engineering -
all leading and best varieties. .
for his line. hull of DRY GOODS
Company The .
25,000 camphor trees, Imported seed. ; ,
the boat which is 128 feet
ORLANDO, FLA. long, Everything carried by first-class nursery.

a SPECIALTIES :I- completed, and Captain Fitzgerald Write for prices to _. .cr.II.; j 3 piece Solid"ANTIQUE OAK Suites $12.0
himself much
expressed as very 'pleased = -
Boono's Early-the earliest and best GEO. n. WniaiiT, C' .
with the appearance of the craft. lie a n .e" Rio
r t-f:: 6"
General Orlando Nurseries.
' Early Orange. stated that the boat will be'ready for Manager '. .eaTitus; <<"" .._ = Hand Furniture.
Aurantlum Pomelo, the best GRAPEFRUIT (No Second )
launching inside of two weeks, and that ville. Florida.
p' and TANGERINE ORANGE he expects to ha" her completed by DEWEY llEGEPTIOrf.:

it TREES. the 1st of December, so as to-be ready Hair Mattresses Blue Flame Stoves Shades e et
Carry a full lljjy of Citrus trees, also for the winter alason.- Mattings, ,
Peach, Pear, Persimmon and Plum trees, New York.. and Washington, Low Excursion '
Grafted Roses und Soupernong Grape Itate via Southern Hallway. NEAR & TAYLOR, Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville, Fla
vines. Mild Winter and Heavy Travel.
/ On September 25, 26 and 27 round-trip yr
James Mott, tickets will be sold via the Southern ice Artesian WellCONTRACTORS
't Box: : 170. Orlando, Fla. Old weather prophets predict a mild Railway, Jacksonville to New York, for '
', jly2Soct2S. winter> this year, which is gratifyingnews $20.15, with final limit October 5, allowing THE ILIDI
to a great many Florida people, stop-over at Washington within f e t Z Visit ?.
l especially those who own orange groves, limit; also to Washington and return on \
{ s'a while the transportation lines are all September 29 and 30 with final limit I :: :'j.i Eau Gallle, Fla.I The finest SALOON in the South.
a making preparations for the heaviest October 8. -
travel this winter ever before enjoyedby For full information apply, to R. W.
the railroad and steamship lines run- Hunt, F. P. A., No. 212 West Bay St., The best liquors that money can Iof I
ning into Florida. Hotels are being Jacksonville.' WM. KNAUER,
enlarged and others being built. ,
JST" As an advertising medium, no Wholesale dealer in all the favorite brands constantly on hand.
Death of Mn.11. A. Henry paper on the East Coast can beat the -
vw"r \ ADVOCATE. Give us a trial advt., CAN" DY.Duy Merchants' Lunch from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m., 15c.. with bottle of Export Bee
and be convinced of the pink paper"worth. *
We are sorry to announce the death .
of Mrs. II. A. Henry, who died at Brad your candy from the Wholesale -
ford, Pa., Friday .of consumption. Mrs.
Henry's home was in Jacksonville, and A Shave anda Candy House. Call or GAY BROTHERS
she was loved by, all who knew her. write for prices.
Mr. Henry left Jacksonville the day before .
Hair Cut.
t and was with her when death Address:

came. lIe has the sympathy of all his Have a greatdeal| to do with the general: Corner of Madison and Adams Sts.,

friends. appearance of a gentleman. At JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Palatka, Florida. GROCER

.. '
Death of Alex. A. Berry Shop
r Fancy Pineapple Slips and Suck. ., We make a Special Feature of our

',. ers for Sale. Mr Alex. A. Berry, a much respected None but experienced TITUSVILLE workmen, are employed The Three Whys. Mail
>o citizen of Seabreeze, died on Saturday and perfect satisfaction guaran- Order Departmen]

Abbakas, Egyptian and Golden Queen last at his residence, the Dewey house. teed. Give us a call.J. -,
Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and Rod Mr. Berry had been 111 for over a year. L. CARRUTHERS, Prop WHY KILL YOUR MOCKING BIRD
Spanish. Apply toDIAD1)oCK He was In his 70th year The remainswere with stale food, when you can Knowing how difficult it is in some localities to get GOOD GKOCW
& MATTHAMS,' laid to rest in Pinewood cemetery.Mr. 100 CIJ buy the Southern Homo Mocking Bird CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them
"Palm Reach Pinery," Berry was a very affable old gentleman : SUN LIGHT GAS LAMP Food fresh every day at 25c per lb ; sent promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be sat'8''
West Palm Bench, Fla.To as we were well acquainted with 15s a anywhere lOo extra to pay freight We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House'in East Florida, and

=vc .--- him.mourn lie his leaves loss. a wife and daughter to laaF WHY suffer from CHILLS & FEVER many articles not usually found In other and smaller houses.

g.3i when you can get 'a bottle of nr- SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
Growers. _. ..".'. 4 100 gi W Thomas' Chill and Fever Tonic, guaranteed
A Card of -
Orange Thank. 2 --
Iw .-.0-. ... !: -* to cure for GOo.
__ r = .3p'rfs.l 54xS "Icd WHY suffer from a splitting HEAD-
I wish to sincerely thank those whoso uCIJ4 100 *f .: ACHE, when you can get a bottle HJ A. WADDELL
I NOW HAVE kindly assisted me during the last ,
--- QQ e.. of Thomas' headache Cure, that will
illness of beloved husband. I also -= Ie"
my in short order for lOc.
15,000 Grafted wish to remember my friends and neighbors : PAT'o MAY lr, lase, to aE, 2 o p < cure you THOMAS Chemist and Miami City and Dade County -
II. R.
for their sympathy In my sad COoci; : II.J o.d t/
., / broavement, 0 .cl.t--.. LaVilla Pharmacy, .
t It Jacksonville }'la.nr Real
Orange Trees. MltS. EUZAIIETII: IlAllTSTOXK. 'JaaC'te's Estate Bureai'

Fort Pierce, Fla., Sept. :20, 1809.[
IR = ..As 4tL : Subscriber, your attention Is'drawnto

On sour roots 4.ft, and Branched. = ; the namo-and-date slip pasted upon A Select t List of BAY BISCAYNE PROPERTY Lots Fruit and Yeflj e
Wedding Hell In Tlturtllle. If in City
or are ,
Will be ready for transplanting 00 your paper you
I- -
c:::> l
iL'a o ie b arrears please remit. Tracts of all sizes for Land
t. Oct. 1 1st, also 5,000. on Investments Phosphate and Orange,
Mr. Herbert Spell and Miss Mamie
c lemon stock. Smith were married last evening at 7 S i :SJ 5 SIs AGENTS AVANTED. For "The Life and West Coast___ .
The best trees in Florida at o'clock at the residence of the bride's : :] Achievements ot Admiral Iewe'l' the world'
any c:: aM> I For Correspondence
greatest naval hero. By Murat Halstead, the enclose stamps. Agent for
price. Parties on the cast coast father Mr. Rod Smith, In North Titus- :>: Hg life-long friend and admirer of the nation' Idol. ARMOUR MILLS
vllle, Rev, A. D. Penney performing the .a. Biggest! and bent book; over 500 8xloches : CO. AIRMOTER WIND
who want a fine article should ceremony.We wish them a long and ; nearly lee page/ half-tone 11 pages Fertilizers, Chicago, 111. <:"ueo

write at once for prices, and i happy wedded life. 115 Dearborn Street =E: t3' tlont.Only '1.:10 Uuttlt: Enormous free. Chance demand.of a lifetime.Big coniml Write Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI FLORIDA.

r =' engage their stock Chicago, III. a fJ nuloK. The Dominion Company, 3rd Floor,
a I Caxtou Bldg.,Chicago. --
-Dame Rumor that
These trees are undoubtedly the
bells will soon ring out clear and loud II JEWELED

beat iu the state, address, In Titusvllle.Mrs. ESTABLISHED 1875. r WATCHES CLOCKS

Geo A. Chalker of Middle- ,
O. burg, who has been visiting Mr. and

OKLAWAIIA, . FLORIDA.To Mrs. Winston Branning, left this mOl'n.Ing \JVrn. .. : ovRS CO. .Jewelry DiamoB

for home . .. ,

The Deaf. -Miss Clara Brown, who has been. GRAIN GARDEN ,SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS. and Pry
spending a month or so here, left this I $ ISouvenlrs;, Wedding Rings

A rich lady, cured of her deafness and morning: for High Springs, where she 6 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. loS'a
will attend school
noises in the head by Dr. Nicholson's We handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay ? ,w "L WATCH and JEWELRY REN
Artificial Ear Drums, 110,000 to bl.Institute' -Mr. T. B. Puckett expects to leave
; gave Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright anddark q' tSIIYER
so that deaf people unable to to-morrow for Daytona, where he will SPECIALTY.
at wholesale. State for Fertilizer Co. A
agenta Tygert-Allen
\ procure the Ear Drums may have them visit his mother for a few days. From
free. Address No. 1134 The Institute therd he to Jacksonville to Star Brand Fertiliser*-Guaranteed Anal.I.l Orange tree and Vegetable Tertillaer.Pure Ground Spectacles and Eyeglawes. J. RILE
spend a R.
goes Bone Nitrate of Sulphate }*ota h. Kalnlt eto. Theee fertilizers hare no Charges paid onejway,
780 Eighth Avenue New York, N. y, short time. superior la las market,and a trial will COD ylDoe. Send"lor Catalog gf. 8225 W. Bay St, JACH.o11YILLJI

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