Indian River advocate
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Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: May 15, 1896
Publication Date: 1891-1896
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 -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
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 - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00026
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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rol. 1.Q. No. 1.4. TITUSVILLE, FLA., Jj-'RIDA.Y M.A.Y: 15, 1896. Price,5c.


LOCAL NEWS, want AdvertlHO to Inci'tano In the ADVOCATK buHiness.Mr. If you Iteiul This Column Cnrefully.r 53T-THK\ ADVOCATK docs nil kind of Cnncllcilltcl4 for. OHU-o. New 8uhHl'rlhcrl.!
your Job Woik. Wo ohall bu glnd to have

[ml Topics of General Interest. E. 1\(. Crime IIIIB been : Advertisements this first a share of .
on a trip on ( ) your 1 patronage.Mrs. By reference, to another column, It Wo arc Htlll nddlng, now (not ro-nowal)
to Canavvial this weck.I iage are ten cents per lino per week, and O. K.Daren left hero forMlnml'esterday. \ will bo found th.it thu following are In nl\l1\lt. to tho ADVOOATK nuliNcrlptlonat.

Let* Rml General Ooulp In connection -Miss( Jennette PaddlHon now rides n ire continued from week to week unless tho Held for county ofllooa: \ They aro rather Hcnttoiod through-

| llh Blmmyne B..y, lake Worth, In.Hun.lntimn I Special vrlicpl, which her father otherwise ordered Reading notices on Representative I H. A. llaueo.Tax Ollt tho Unltod MiUnH, hut, It IB ao much
,.. purchased my rago but the ilrst, fire live cents per -The Rov. S. F. Gale, of .Jack ll- ,
; .. anil H..H* Rivera. K..yv< for hor last week Assessor John Henry." tho hotter for advertl i>ra. TIle following
line each Insertion No reading notice vllltt, la said to bu quito ill at .Mi.iml.Dr. .
P"1" alon the
other ImportAnt Hall.TreiiHurer al'e among tho latent: A. Atwood Pnwucki -
Tax Collector E. \V. ,
,"elan -1(1'11111'11frell\ ids. taken for lexa than >l r week. ,
( ,
Count. of Florida.. Brief nivntlnn ofllnlamtln Cox mid C. A. Robinson i >ctft. per C. H. Stcwnrt, of Melbourne, A. T. Feaster.
,* Kveiits from Vnrlou. Parts of Kdcn: camp up to town, Monday, visited LakeVoith tlio firntof the wook.Capt. '. Chr. F. FlNcher.County Ira.. I*. Mttlg, Brooklyn X. Y.; I'orcy

flbe World I About People You Know to attend County Court. TilE EAOI.K C'LOTiiiisn: STOHK In the Clerk, A. A. :.Stewart.County }<'. Suiltl, Taiuprt, H-bv.; F. W.Hull, Dah.IM -
X. N. nnd wife Nath.ui
linil: People You I>on't Know rirknilI -Tho I'llll1lllVI'"t Palm Bench, has AIWOOATK hrlek building, Titusville, Penny Att'y, R. K. 1I1 11.ISllorlt1' >!HI: (la. ; .1. H. Dlmon, llionklyn X.

b,Our Sorlety Killtor ami .. liirnre ntnltlot had quite a few distinguished' guests; are. the loading clothiers/ ou the East were In town a d.iy or !so tills \\'o'k. .1,,". P. Brown.In Y. ; II. ,Dnlnoii\ TltUHvllloV\ ; lUuu.i: ,

p Cnrre.|",>nIentn nonttereil.. along the from Canada and other plncts lately.R. Coast of Flo..ltllL.'It. h their ada on -The new ipgul.ittnn fatigue raps for --- ---- CIlIIIn., .; S. II. )DiwlH" \VolmtmMans..;
CoiiBt. of FlorUln. this nnd other pages, and do not fail ho Indian River: GuuuU I ai lived on .'. \VllllaniM, Itoatou. MIIHH.\ ; E. II. Woodward
I ta t R. Iticou, wholesale flsh dealer, to givo; them a trl.il. Wednesday.Mr. TItIlM\'I11" Hnrkuc'MM. Now 1 til von, Conn,; L. A. Brady,
of Eden, will shortly open a branch fish 'Ituxvllle..
house at Stuart, on the bt. Lucle River.Mr. \VII Ell E to stop. See list of hotels on and ; :Svlvlu, of Cuimvuial, aio In On Monday evening, f I.
7th 1
J. F. Mitchell, of RocklodRe, our page. town tOol uy.Tltusvillo. In town suddenly went out, Ifiivng ClnclnnatiiH 1"nrlUl4. i''
passed through hero, Monday, on his us In complete daiknesa for nwhllo.lr. \j' .

way to Jacksonville, on pineapple busi DEED blanks lOo. each; $'1.00 per 100, at town tax books will close > Howard Poison, superintendent of '

ness. the ADVOCATE olHco.TIIK on Wednesday next. :Sue that your .he Tltusvllla Eluotrio Light Woika, was To-ilay (Friday) Is tho llrat pay day on ( J1

Tltusvlllo's band turned out on our taxes aro paid.Capt. quickly on tho spot, taking tho dynamo ho U. A 1 S, My. The inon will be Iahl };

streets, Monday evening, to play while Indian River hotel baiber shop has E. L. Magrudor; who has been to pieces. llu Iionr woike.il luul on elapae.il It like n Trojin.anil he mid. off nt :8. Kltvhlng's Mtoro on tho :SobI\8- t 1,
ore an ,
the guards were field I stoambout of the Gulf tlau river, nt the county bridge. 1;
going through the best workman in the county. We running on one everything; running In llrst-cluss order,
movements.Mr. guarantee satisfaction to all our customers. 2oaat rivers, arrived town yesterday.Mr. I'
n lie li to the !gratification of onr townsmople. The right-of-way of the Cincinnati *

Will Thomas, tlio Citizen's correspondent II. S. Meadow, prop.J. Will Halo, formerly of Tltus- Tho trouble wait caused through SebitMthiii railroad la out for six miles,

at Miami, pnsRod through,: vllle Is now In hot box. nnd ono mile of grading la tlulahed.Tho .
occupying n position
here, Friday: afternoon last, en route Jacksonville, where ho anlvod from Pal re arc 100 men In the wood!* cutting
& Co.'s Tltusvillo.TIIK .
home from Jacksonville.Mr. ties and I grading.
atka las wook.Capt. LiotH of Fish ami Duck. !

E. M. Winchester, the hustling finest negligee shirts ever won In and Mrs. S. A. III'avo110, Ninety-five negroes! )passed through, Tltusvillo

representative of the Florida Hardware Tltusvillo will be sold this and next iave been spending somo time with Etltol' J. E. ItiirrtM, of Florida Faeta, Tuesday, ou route to tlio uelghboiluxHl -

Co., has been on a trip down the East week for 73 cents by Julius Klino.OUDKII 'riendn In St.. Augustine, returned to, who attended the aalo of the Indian \ of Sebastian: whore they have
Const in the interest of his linn. West Palm Beach the end of last woek. Ivor Steamboat\ L'O.'H utouniors lit Tltus- !gone to cut ties for Mr. IJunsoll a now

As will bo seen by the ndvt. on 7th -Mr. R. L. Brownflelil of Chicago, vlllo, writes the AnvocATK IIM follows; railroad.Mr. !.

page, the Park Cottage, at West Palm your Brick from! J. S. Smith, Jr., well, known on Indian River, spent a "I luul n good trip homo, and not lots of W. W. RusHoll asks the Anvo-
Jacksonville Fla.
Beach, is still open, and will be ready to it Co., couple of days In Jacksonville the first UK and duck. It la a Rood!; eight nil kmo CArK to remove his all from Itsooliimns,

entertain guests all through the summer.Mr. of the week Bait Lake from Tituavlllo. Tlioy want as Iio hall rneolvud all the answers to Itho
MONEY. Wo want money to loan on first he eivrth for the gtuambonta. Tho S. V. n
and Mis. J. W. Merrill and Mr. real estate mortgages. Ten per cent -Do you need. anything In the wny of White la JiiHt worth *4iH whoro sho III.I needa. Thu nd vt. called for bids, for I
:UlMN.! ) ( ) UOH for hla railroad the
and Mrs. Chas. B. Merrill after spending new I
free of all expenses to lender. D. L. waters ? If so, (lvo tho City can put up 0-mllo-an-honr boat like
I several weeks at their fine winter residence Steam Woika grading; for which la now being done near
Gaulden, Titusville. Bottling/ West Palm lloncli, ler, and only draw twenty InchoH, all up
at have returned Sebimtlnn. Mr.\ Kussoll -from his
Tropic, to Kansas trial order. says
a advt 8th
for :
on data outllt
page. to ftl.OOO.
of ,
If receive a sample
:lr you copy City, Mo. own expoilonco-the ADVOCATK la one
Itk ADVOCATE, It Is an Intimation that MILK SHAKES Sets, at ChaiToo &: Co's., Work on the new station of the of the bust advertising medium on thu

lit would give us pleasure to add your -St. Augustine Herald referring to I Fla. Kant Coast Railway, nt West Palm NtrniulMMit East Const of Floildii., Nothing like ad-
Want on
name to our fast-Increasing Hat of sub- a former resident of TItusvIllo, says : ONE THOUSAND pairs of odd to Beach, haa been pushed torward so rapIdly ]><> You a veitlHlng a papor that hlwldo. cir

Krlbers. It does not cost you throe "Contractor Beeis has completed the pants that Is la nearly finished.Mr. Indian Itlvcr culation. .
out at less than
Irento, per week (postage Included) when work on tho custom house and post- prices they
office. The of the work caii be made for, at Julius Kline's. J. O. Walton left here, Monday, "
taken by the year, and It can be sent to completeness Is About throo months ago, *>hon the
I you In any part of the United States or a credit to the skill of JJr. Bcers.Mr. ." for Savannah, Ga., for the purpoau of Capt! J E.. L. Magrudor; of Now Bran- AIIVOOATK published statoments to the
FOil ilrst class shoemaking and repairing attending tho May\ festivities In that ford' on the lulf Count, nnlvod In town
Canada effect
without that
( extra Sebastian would l becomo 011&of
expense. and Mrs J. X. Liunmns
daughter call on J. A. Daughtery: Main street, busy city. Ho Is expected home todayor /ostorday, and Informed an AI>VOOATHnpicaontatlvo thn busiest points nortli of Miami\ ,
11.50 per annum, In advance. and son-in-law of Dr. T. E. James, Titusville, Fla. Shoes made to order to-morrow. that ho linn an excolluutstonnior and that work would positively com
,1.00, six months, of Titusville, are welcome additions to In that he can plnoo on Indian
fine .
Rev, Goodell Invites nil love mence tin the Kussoll railroad before the
Miami their who to
pleasant and genial characteristics
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. IUver If the people need It. Ilia company
dance, Chilstlans end of May\ somo doubt waa thrown
making them many friends in especially to como to hna throo steamboats on the Huivannoe upon
their new Held of labor. for removing all kinds of hurch next Sabbath evening, nnd hoar river but na there I I" not sufllo- our vornolty; but anyouo who visit
paint from all kinds of surfaces with lilm discuss tho subject with candor and the Sobnatlon:! section at present, will
3T JOD PRINTING at this office. ont business for the whole of them, he
and Mrs. O. S. Porter of
Capt. find
Daytona out burning. See ad. on 2nd page. kindness.Mr. that the AiivouArK'rt Htatemotita,
passed through; Tltusvillu, Monday, !Send for circulars toISOUTIIAHTEIIJ nays ho will \bo glad to run one on Indian made\ at that time, were founded on

en route to Miami and Key Largo, to :
I :T- GIVE THE "ADVOCATE" AN look after some land on Biscayno Bay. St. Augustine, Fin., and Boston. about tlireu weeks ago for Chicago; Cincinnati aulllclont anpport Capt. Magrudor! will will probably bu spout en> Mr. Russell ,
IOVT. It Is a Good Advertising Mo1 The captain is quite a speculator In real and other cities In tho interest eavo for other points down Indliin ban put his H7iMX( ncrua of land 11I1'l'OP- I

1, urn for those who want ,to incroaso estate, having bought eight more lota in of the J., T. & K. W. Ry. Co., returned Ivor[ to-day to talk up the matter with er shape for settlement.Mr. .
I their business. Daytona last week. IP you want something nice In the line to Tituavlllo yesterday.} tho orange and vegetable growers.Mtiktu .

of tan shoes-either l.uiics'! gents' orchildren's (]ou. C. Uiirrutt a prominent resident
-dipt. Walter Kitchlng and family -Mr. II. J. Anthony, who has been -Tax Collector E. W. Hall l III now In
call the select stock
soo of Cam hi'Id lIce, Muss.( who spent
I Stuart, have been on a visit to Lake spending several months at West Palm which Julius Klino haa on hand. town, roatly to rucolvo tlio tax money Military ICnciiiiipnieiit.Tho ': the winter on the Kuat: Coast, says: "A
I duo Brovanl, Miss Hall la anoint
Beach, leturned to Titusville Saturday Cincinnati Mr. A. O. Riiaaell
capitalist ( )
last, giving his parents a pleasant surprise. ing her fatlier. Tho tax books, will poxi- Indian Illvnr Guarda louvo ltOl'O"TuolII"y hna )!)! of land near
Major n. J. Tiffin of Courtenay, -The ADVOCATE don't cost you three purchase 115,000 acres(
closo the
tlvely next
Jmado a Hying trip to Titusville last Ho spent a day or so at Daytona cents per week, postage Included, when JOth inst. on Wednuaday next, tho llth Innt., for Panama the hebimtlan River, which lie will drain

I Saturday on business, returning home the first of the week. taken by the year.Tho 'ink, Jacksonville, where tho annual for farming purpoaua.' Northern people,

|the same day. -Mr. F. A. Loslcy, after spending a Deputy-sheriff T. J.: O'Bilen who encampment of tho Floilila State Troopa whit thoroughly undeistand farming. ,
greater part of the past couple of months irrested and brought up) a. coleroli man will be held thin year.Tho could go (down to the I ml I mi River section '

-Mr. J. E. M. Hodgson, of Eau Gallic, at Miami, returned to town the end of Hon. C. F. A. Bielby and family by the name of Bowman to Tltusvillo Florida Ktutt Coast HilI!WilY company and achieve trvmendoua! rosulta with

I came up to town Tuesday, for the pur- last week. lie says ho likes It very of DeLand, will spend tho summer last week, charged with the stealing of otters to cairy the Inland. City the extremely rich drained ImiilH Thl*
I J>OM of taking out his final l naturaliza- several articles from Mr. O'Brien's llsh- sort of (vngotable production I think,
) ,
ton well on Biscayne Bay, and left for there on Daytona Boach. iuard In a. liocly, In uniform, between
| pR pers. his house at Fort Pierce, returned south on will help Florida. more than anything
yeHtord.iy accompanied by Jacksonville frou of
again; Miami and ex po 11110.
-The ladles of St. Gabriel's Guild will wife and family. ing-Rev as ,a.Goodoll Christian will amusement"prench on "danc next Saturday last. Bowman was arruatud, at 'The Key VVoHt and Miami Steamshiptompuny else \until the I'eturlof tho orull//>Ce.."

| meet at the residence of Mrs. E. B. Melbourne Mrs. L. R. Decker who lias been Sabbath evening. ------
wager this (Friday) afternoon at four housekeeper at the Grand View -1>lr. and Mrs. E. P. Porcher nnd uava licre for Miami on the morning of

o cloclc.I hotel acting Titusville as since Its leaao by Mr. J. -Mr. Edward Silling, Cocoa's well- family will leave Courtney for Jackson he: IKth, airlvlng at Miami aame evcnng. JITI '4 :NOTJ H.
known merchant, was in town a short vllle ,. and will General Manager Morluy will make
on Monday next; they remain
C you 'have anything to sell, or G. Bast several weeks ago, has resigned
I .
on Tuesday.Mra. there duilnii the Mr, ila own arrangements for transposition
I would you want to buy anything, an ad. her position, and has re-opened the Hummer. Mr. and Mra. Jaa. p. Vlnlng and afro
I n the ADVOCATE will give you satifacI Decker House, where she will be pleased D. L. Stewart, of Daytona, will Porchor la tho agent of the Indl.in. Ulver Kttwocn hero and Miami.. -Key YVimt mil l Mra. J. C. Holnur of Hotel Coiiilna,
I Give old and leave far England to-morrow to spend and Lake Worth Pineapple Growura'Association AdvortlMor.Hiiclal.
our columns a trial. to new patrons. )rmunilt\ nru now now at Hotel Grey-
and I Jacksonville la to bo .
tho summer with relatives )
. -Mr. Fred S. Morse, one of Miami's Messrs.. A. W. Wright and Louis P.Kribs the distributing point for the plnuapploa.Capt. lock, Wllllikmatown, Maas.Mr. \ .

I Wai .and prominent citizens, who has of Toronto, Canada; and John -The Rev. J. McGonlglo and wife, I'urty at HliurjM''. Walter Wataon, formerly ono of

I niu spending several days in Jackson- McKimmie, of Niagara-on-the-Lake) Ontario of St. Augustine, have been visiting Mrs. A. W. Bulo, who gavo our of- ritimvllle'i popular boys, la now "hol
I returned home on Monday. Canada, who have been on a tour Julia D. Tuttle, at Miami. fire a pleasant cull, yosterd.iy morning, A aoclal party In honor of Mlna Laura tl.n fort" as room clerk at Hotel
aaks to state that ho will not baa
-Capt. T. E. Richards passed through through Florida, and as far south as .Vice-President J. R. Parrott, Supt.R. candidate ua for the ofllco of ahurlfT. As Shar]> t o' Nashville, Turin., waa given laolde, Jacksonville' where he greet.

here, Saturday last, on his way home to Palm Beach, passed through here, Fri T. OofT, and General Supt.: C. B. Tar as wo can learn up to to-day, the by Wlaa H. Winifred Hull, at the residence ila many Kaat Count friends\ who call at

I wen. lie had been attending the meefi day last, en well route homo. with These the gentlemen East Knott passed through here, Wednesday, only candidate In the liold for sheritT la of her pninntH, utHhaipea\ Monday hat (,iloamint stopping place.

i f the state Horticultural Assocl- Coast wore of Florida.Mr. pleased en route to Miami. Mr. Joa. I'. Brown, of City Point, who evening, to about forty. young folks When vlaltlng thu military enoamp-

I atiou held In Jacksonville last week. -Mr. R. N. Andrews, of Cocoa, waa a la said to have quite a numerous following of that neighborhood, when carda, munt at Jackaonvllle, remember that

I -Mrs. J. B. Hunnicutt who has been Grotjan Ronald, of Lotus, spent guest of The Palms, West Palm Beach, and Is quite popular.\ checkers, vocal anlllndl'lI mental time muilo.until you can got; excellent rooma at the
until In etc. nerved to while away Tiotul
last Monday the
from Saturday Carleton street opposite
I a pleasant few days last week. He waa attending Bay ,
visit to Mrs. John Ooode, town and left the latter day for Day a -The Miami Metropolis will make Its ibout eleven o'clock, whim all wended lackaonvllle Light Infantry and Artillery
I w South business at Juno.
Melbourne returned to St. tona, en route to Baltimore and Philadelphia to some first bow to the public to-day. Dr. W. their way liomowanla, voting Mix* Mall Armory. Kates reasonable to Kant Coast

gustine on Saturday last. Mr. and where he expected to spend -Mr. Jos. P. Brown, the candidate t. Graham says It already box UOO I, paid splendid! aa. During tha evening residents. -

I 1'1. pde are well known for their most of bis time untIl next November. for the office of sheriff, gave us a pleasant lubscrlbera, and bualneaa Is mailing, an abundance, of loo cream anil cake wnaaerveil

jenialtty( and hospl tall ty. His many friends on Indian River _hope call on Wednesday bee his anment We are pleased to learn the :Metropolis( to the gucsta. Mlaa Sharp, who The New Duval, Jackaonvllle, U still

tTt:, vrk? on the fine paint shop for the that be will have a good time and the on 4th page. Is receiving ao much tlnancial, anpport, hall been teaching school! nearly aevunmontliH receiving a largo share of public patronage
Coast Line be beneficial to his health.Mrs. and hope thflt nyittnm of borrowing. paper la aalil, to be general favorite; ; and for the summer seaaon, the
being at St. Augustine, Is change -Mr. C. R. Gatllard, who has been will not prevail }l.ul.. county na It and nil regret departure, which takea table Is ese llent. )Ir. My rum L. Howard

,"< pushed rapidly forward. This Smith and son George, and acting as purser on the steamer Delia,
flng.will a re-place the one recently Miss Marx, a charming young lady from was staying at The Palms, Wont Palm Ue in TituHvllle to-morrow. will vlalt her coualu' Mra. O. K. Muriel( hotel ever ilrice Its opening, nearly threo
; and will hold six cars at a Canada who have been spending Beach last week, awaiting the completion and Ms friend the
"lie-four Toronto, of l IJeLnnd-on her way homo to Naabvllle. yelulI' ago/ ; among
Arthur Brown of the AnvoCATR -
more than the old one. the winter very pleasantly with Mrs. of some alterations being made to -one ravollng: ) public are nn lerOIIIl.

nr[ > Geo. F. Paddlson Eau Gallle'seuknown \ Geo. Marx (nee Miss Hattio Hale, formerly that boat, prior to her being put on the staff-while riding a bicycle at a
fast on Tuesday evening, c"IlIi1..dwith Tile followlng-namuil hotels : Indian
Indian River during the pineapple ship pace
and genial, lumber and hard.OB of Titusville), Inform us that they expect
"are for Canada season. the post at the corner of CaptainPrltcard' CoaMt.Dr. River and Grand View hotela,TltulIVUle;
merchant, was in town a few hours to leave Jacksonville ping A Vlalt to the J'n..t
residence Washington Hotel Al Frxsco Jensen Hotel Fort
SatUrday the first week In June.A About sixty children and others on ;
hist on bis home from about -
"We way avenue, and was thrown to the ground J'leroe1I'0rt Pierce; Hotel.* Melbourne
00"asiness.and Palatka, where he had been' party, consisting of }[rl. E. L. attended the picnic, given by the Methodist i with great force. Injuring hla arm and Joaeph V. 1'orter, hi* non Joaeph, and JJellevuo, Melbourne; Coronado
school of this at Pace'slanding
On Monday Mr. Paddison, Brady, the Misses Josephine Brady, Sunday place shoulder rather badly Arthur haa been and )[1'. Chan. Curry, all of Key W !at, hotel, Coronado; Lemon City hotel,

::Jacksonville"inpanled by his charming wife, went Alblne Egger, Aline Brady, Aline Egger on Wedneaday, some walking, taking u rest from work since that even- left that place on Monday morning, May Lemon City: Valll's floating hotel, Miami
while others went In and boats
to buy furniture for his and Daisy Brady, left here on Monday'* buggies Ing. 4, on board the official launch Germ, arriving ; all on the I Kaat!: Count, are still open

hnmreMdenc at Eau Gallie. returning excursion train for Miami, where they to the meeting place. Various amusements 'I --- ---,-- at Miami Tuesday, and after visitIng and ready to receive guests. See page 7.

on Tbnrsday.Ir. expected to spend a jolly time until today -in games to while, fishing, etc.the-time were and Indulged The 1>>llte".le! Outlook. that place left Wedneaday morning

:-:\ W. Brown returned from (Friday). Mr. E. L. Brady, who has all who attended bad away for Welt Patrn Beach where they ar-
a pleasant
111111111, where he for been at Miami the pait two weeks, took very rived lately and reKlatoreil at The *
haa been ngaged outing; although, naturally they were The pineapple field 1. along the Kasl Notice to Tnx-I ycr*.
IOllIe their arrival, having Palm. Dr. Porter who U prealdent 01:
weeb the on ,
post getting the Bank of charge/ of party a little tired at the close.NKW Coaat are said to be looking In excellent
Biscayne to make their stay on Biscay the MUto: Board of Health, made a tour
in arranged
JI running order, Satur- condition, and pineapple growers are The time for payment of taxes lias
i7.la t,. U U Predicted that the bank ne Bay as pleasant possible. Some very much pleaaed with the present out of Inspection. The party, including Mr of
been extended to the 20th
h ., a Rood business, many deposits of them thought of going to Cocoanut : Lawns, Dimities, Duck, Blue and look. A large number of crate of pineapples Curry, the collector of custom at Palm This decision to day Brevard May.
was come by
White Grass Cloth Crinoline Percales
lYing before their return borne. Among Deacn and an ADVOCATE representative,
already been received. The new Grove will be shipped the coming senson. .-
<< Cororolasloners at their meeting
eel Yault! which| ha* h en placed In the those whom we also noticed on the train, and Summer Dry Goods Invariety. walked over the new bridge to the ocean County The delinquent
held the first )[
Aiding i. laid to be the finest BOuth of en route to Miami, were : Capt. Jas.Prltchard pier. The pier Is nearly completed, except .ondilln April. In the
otAugustine.. Tlttuvllle; Dr. F. H. Houghton GARDNER A Sox. the tilling fa between the piles with tx publUhed
To Tax of Tltuavllle. ADVOOATK. K.!: W. UALL.
Columbus, O.; Capt. and 31 rs. O. S. Payers rock: and planking the deck. It appear

Brevard Co.
Porter, Mr. F. 8. Dewey, Daytona; Fred Plant* and Flowers for Hale. to be built very strongly, and runs out Tax Collector
Carpentering S. Morse, Miami; Editor II. II. Raymond Notice U hereby Riven that the time Into the ocean about /,1)0) feet. lr Sharp, Fla., April 8,1804\ ,

$ all kinds done-;; -at reasonable rates. and wife, Dawson, N. Dakota. Mrs. C. F. Fischer, Tltuavllle, can sup for the payment of town taxe ha* been Porter, his son and Mr. Curry left for After the 12th of May, Tax Collector

ora fr lumber ply you with plants, cut rose* and other extended to May iffttb, the date np to Miami Wednesday evening, where they Hall will bo In Tltnsvllle ready to receive

'tt4!oded to. Address and work' punctually New Goods constantly arriving. flowers. which county taxes may be paid. boarded the Germ and returned to Key and receipt for all money pnld tobin

J. M. ROOCBS:, Titusville Fla. GABON A Sox. Also fresh hen and duck egg. L. T. COODET, collector. West. on account of tai ..


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I j ;:t 2 INDIAN !$ VER ADVOCATE. XJLX 15, 1896.. .

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grown, U ?jdang 1".of "a Wrloos, diminution #1OO, Reward JjUOO. A Boy's lIa r.-tt-

Giloom Sit'thte' ualuable'drug Is by oe : ) "Little ''boy,*' said a man severely,

U1I means remote> one.. For many years The readers of this paper will\ be "I wouldn't act that way."
all the large trees of valuable pecles pleased to learn that there Is at least one "Why?"

!I have from easily anoeMiM dreaded disease that science has been "Because it's wrong to fight, and"-
Of ill health and disappeared$
despair, aWe -to>cure In all Its stages and that "Yes.'but wot did yer do at my age?"
gives way to the sunshine of iiepe, glons. Ifl catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the "Do? 'obeyed parents, brought
,, happiness and health SucoeMfnt attempts to Introduce ttIIte only positive known the my
i upon taking cure now to miles to the faces and joy to the hearts
Hood's Sarsaparilla, because U gives: cimchonabwre been made by the !IDirtch) medical fraternity. Catarrh being. a of
f a renewed life and vitality to'the ..blood, and British governments la their :IEst constitutional treatment.disease, requires Hall's Catarrh a constitutional "Never my got too sick t' go t' Sunday
through that imparts India possessions In Java and various "
cure tin taken Internally, acting directly school?
rtren I
9i nerve jB gth, vigor parts of Ztmdostan, where the necessary on the blood and mucous surfaces of the "Never.: "
and energy BE3 J&RQb.to the-whole temperas is furnUhed for their *yst m, thereby destroying the foundation "Never-smoked grapevines in"-
1 Read B M H this letter .
body. : growth; tit' has been fo wd' that the eI. the disease, and giving the patient Never,;never, my poor> boy"-
i "Uood'sSar VI 0r saparllla strength by building up the constitution .:Never kicked a kid littler'n you?" i a 1b'' f
helped me wonderfully, yield ofweome species of etndhona in and assisting. \ nature In doing Its .'No, sir. 11 r 1 I' gMOG.A.

changed sickness to health, gloom to unhine. alkaloid. 'lWlay: be much Increase by work. The proprietors have so much "Ner stole peach ner melon ner"-

l i L No pen can describe what I sub coveting die bark with moos, and :also offer faith rn Its curative powers, that they "Never, boy, never'I"
fered. I was deathly sick, had sick head that one hundred dollars for any cane
a noBgitudinal strip of bail may that at fails to cure. Send for list of "Never lied t' git 'nntber kid whopped -
aches'every few day and those terrible eache"robe taken front wtttiout 'twnz '* '
a tree loath monlals. Address when your turn? .
d, ( tired, 'de pondent feelings, with heart destroying It, the decorticated 'pertlon F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O.mrSold 'Nay, werily" 1 1l
troubles BO that I could not go up and by all I"!
h renew l
at'least as rich In alkaloids ias be- "WelU""How' rqL

fore. Dark from the English plantationshas The inhabitants of Denby Dale, near ye spend yer time?"
Sunshinedown 'In study, in reflection in application
'been introduced Into commerce. ITiuddersfleld, have begun to prepare for in solemn meditation"- L

; 4 More or less successful attemps at clnclMMwotlkure the1! making another of their famons plea. "Say, mister, you oughter run fer _
have been made tit .Jamaica It its' to be held In commemoration ofthei office"
stairs without clasping my hand .
heart and theJele of Reunion, Guadeloupe, !'repeal of the corn laws In 1840 and I "Ah, true and wisely said, my dear
i over "my resting. In fact, it'wortId
almost take my breath awe;:. I Buffered Brazil I,,the Azores and Algeria. It has been decided to hold the celebration little boy. You evince! wisdom beyond SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES !

so I did not care to liveyet I had Jamaica,where there are several.trees of on Saturday, August 1. At' the your years and environments. We have Finest CulHliie and Service. No Transfer between Jxckionvllle and New York

!p' I .much.. to live for: There IB no pleasure In the cinchona, the climate it mot -considered neb meeting of the committee plans of need of good men in run"once""Yes The Fleet Is l composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers"Comanche" .

I life If deprived of health, for life becomes as good as the lower part of this the oven and pie-dish will be submitted, ; ye oughter "

I :a burden. Hood's Saraaparllla. deer far' state. rj>he Gulf stream keeps off the and, if approved, tenders will be invited I "Ah, my th'dear fellers lIttle""So'st on-th' other side (new), "Algonquin, "Iroquois, "Cherokee, "Seminole!

'more' than advertised. After taking one. cold which never reached the frost from the boiler makers for the dish, andthework conic tell wot are. 'Twouldn't be NorthBound.Steamers .
/ ,,i ye ye
bottle It is sufficient to recommend
mark: While the summer's sun i 'has little will be put in hand at once. It perlite in me'"Cleveland Plain Dealer. are appointed, to nail according to the tide
; 4 'Itself." MRS. J. E. SMITH, Beloit, Iowa.Hood's. From JACKSONVILLE FL.A., (calling' at Charleston), Sundays, Tuesdays and Thumb'
effect An fact, the even temperature of proposed to make the dish ten feet From CHARLESTON, S. C, Mondays, Wednesdays and KnS,
I the East'Coast region Is remarkable.The long, six feet six inches broad and one For hour of sailing. see"Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston dally paten' ).

medicinal value of tills bark depends foot deep. WANTED.: SouthBound.Steamers .

; : ..upon the alkaloids which It contains. are appointed to sail from t'ler 29. East River, New York, at 3 p. m.. as follow,.
Will pay top market. prloe for White Heron Fur'HARLEWI'LSS.C: Mondays, Wednesdays. and Kriih< ,
These are qulnla, cinchona, I aod $ .OO, 10.00, and 15.00: each. In Salted. Alligator Skins.. Black Headed Least
Sarsaparilla qulnlcla clachonlca. uso Terns. (item Turtles. (Salt. water. Terrapin. In
Another alkaloid called clnclue is foundin by many of the principal boatbuildersIn I""WO". ) St. Johns River Line.
?j the North. See pamphlets and LOUIS S'I"ERN.COnUnl"RlolillfprC'hallt..
t Is UieOno True Blood Furtfler.Alldrugglsta.$1_
small Quantities in some of the InferIor testimonials 'I ,
'rrcparodonly by C.I.Hood Co.,Lowell,Ma4e1 t
T varieties. It is probable that the 101 Beekman l> New York City. (IE BABY LINE)

1 0 Hoods PHIS jii"lreftjl liver llto,nlllous- three.. latter- alkaloids-- are artificial derIvatives -.--_________. _'___ ____ _____ _ __h_ __ ___ ._ __.______: Jacksonville,. Tal.Uka, Sanford, Enterprise, Fla., and Intermediate Landings
nuss. headache :.ascents.:
from the former. In addition to T'HE:: the St. Johns Itlver. t

r k, these the-bark contains In varying proportions The elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamer

'CINCIIONA TREE CULTURE gum, starch,llginlneoil, yellow "City of Jacksonville"Leave

coloring matter, insoluble red coloring WOOD & WILSON Jacksonville, Daily. except Saturday at 3,30:: ) p. m. Returning Leave Sanford Daily, ,
) oxe
ON J1ISCAYNI5 .MA1C. matter, -soluble red coloring matter or Bunchy, It a. m., Enterprl"e U:30 a. m.

cincito ,itannio acid, klnlo and kino vie SOUTH Read BOUND.down. SCHEDULE. NORTH jiulieail \

I I f MIAMI, May 12,11800. acids. :The various alkaloids are pro- Leave 3.30 ...,.................... 11)1.)'
.. p. m. Jacksonville... ............. ........ Arrive
i lr JJEJitor Advocate' : duced in the bark itself, and that prob- Goods .. 8.4A p. m, ...........................I'alatka. ................... ........ Leave 9.00 3.301.
t Dry Company: 3,00 a. m. ........... .... ........... Astor..l......,........ ....... .... p,
Dear Sir-I may Inform the AnvCATK ably by a reaction between the ammonia, .u. 4.30 a. m. .. ..................... ..St. Francis...................... .... .| S.OO Line p.
5.30 a. m. .. .......... ............ .... .
llereafnrdUlue ............... ........ ,
'that, in all probability, an effort will be which, according to Dr. Vry, Is every- 205 West e on a. m. ........................ !Springs. ........................ 12.00 ill
I made to introduce tins cinchona :It roe in where contained In the plant, and the Bay Street, Arrive.. 8./10/ a. m................. ...........Sun/or d ........................ .... .' 11.3111.9ooa,
0.25 a. m. .......... .... .... .... ... .. ..... ..
Enterprise ............. ....
i this locality. If It Is found to thrive clncbo-taunlo acid. The general condition ( Jacksonville Fla ., ... .... :. .. ..... ......80. Fla. Railroad Wharf Sanford).................. ..........12 9.30 Mlp.1 a.Cen'l .,

well here, the poKnlWlitiosare thattliousj _.of the Alkaloids Is that of being Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonvlll
i j ands of acres of high pine andhammocki more pure and easily separated from Have a Complete and varlet*Stock of
i lands, now lying Idle, will be utilized for adventitious! .substances in the bark of Dress Goods Notions Gents' Furnishings Etc. ., Supt. Jjio.: L. HOWARD.JACKSONVILLE Fla. Fr't Agt., FLA.F.IRONMONGER, Jn.,Flit,Tug,A

of this the branchest8omewhat less in that TIIKO. G.
the.production tree, from the so EOGEB, T. M., A.J COLE General Passenger/ Agent, M. M.CLVDK,A.T.I
bark of which the valuable drug, quln of the trunk, and of all most Impure In They receive per Clyde Steamers each week the S BOWLING:' GREEN, NEW YORK.

i i foe,* .U made.Cinchona. that of the roots. Qulnta, the most Important latest Novelties in Dress Goods Laces Etc 'VM. P. CLYDE. & CO., General Agent.,
Trimmings 5/ Bowling Green.New. York.
Peruvian, .or .Jesuits' bark .of the. Ukaloids, Is crystallzable, la: s<>. Delaware A?.,pnniulellh|

I is named in honor of the Counters oftliInchon slightly soluble In hot and cold water, "Write for Samples. Express charges paid on all packages of $3.00 and over. -

A : the wife of a :viceroy Peru, and very soluble in alcohol, ether or

who, tertluvvlng been cured of fever by chloroform. Southern .

Z; i'i It, is said to have Introduced the bark Th. manufacture of quinine' Is extensively -sa .
: :
+ Into .&pl\ln about the year.1040.( .'Soon carried on In Paris, in Stratford, % HARRY MASON & GO.

.fterilt Introduction tote pal\ the England, and Ini-Trnnkfort, from which r Railway

.Jesuits i began to receive .it .from utlielrlirethrea place Russia, .Prussia, and Austria are r

,in Peru, and through them it chletly supplied With this medicine. In Jobbers in Fine Imported ABSOLUTELY
was spread over Europe, in consequence Philadelphia the business of extracting ROUTE

i9( ; of which It wax called Jo alts' bark. It from the bark la-conducted In chemical W Bay Street,

,Y 1 Quinine, or cinchona, is the dried bark establishments on a very large JACKSONVILLE. Liquors and Cigars, High THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, DININ

1, i, of many species of trees belonging to the scale. The quinine in the process of Its CARS, THOROUGHFARE COACHES

the order rttbiacce, an.lsllb."I' ercinclwn-/ extraction is commonly converted into ,
Grade Whiskies Etc.
I nrin The bark of commerce -divided sulphate, which Is tho salt chiefly em- VESTIBULED TRAINS.

:Into three
:grey bnrks. To these may be added the :2.!-5 to 3 per cent is usually obtained from XOaTB AND EAST NORTH AND WElT.i .
WhlHklon Imported and IV Ome..tlei. Southern Hello, Rock and Rye..frotn11.60pergallirnndiesDumestle .
,bon- fficlal sr CarUiogeiia barks, brought; the yellow bark. apple, peach,blackberry, and peach and honey.trom51.r.Opergal/ ) .I to
(linn-Holland, Old Tom, eU).from (1.M/ ) per gal:, i N. 8N.. 3e
l ',from the ..northern Atlantic of The employed varies some No. IS
parts process .
Rum ., ..... .fromtLBOpergal/ ) W..b' D. ..
,South America.. The three VILI'IOtloIlJj.lt what in different countries.. From a Wine_Vort, Sherry, Catawba. Mimuate), Claret, etc., from.. ... .... .. ...... ...1Llglergal( | All Tralaa Dsllr. and Peat An Tral.. .. Pa r
l'IIIrt'toI-Flllest lirandH...,.from '' .2.' per cue .. D.IIy. sad 'rl.rl
s .mentioned are obtained from Pacific and strong decoction of the bark in water, Buttled Heer.... ,... ,1.JO per dux. Llaia.td.w. I.14 CI.&I zp,.

.South Atlantic ports. The source oftlie acidulated with hydrochloric acid and ilk: All other Fine Brands. at equally Low Prices.
.yellow bark II _Id, by the United states filtered, the quinine may be set free I Jugs and demIjohns will be packed in boxes, when so requested, without extra Ly.J'cII'ftUe, F.O.P......... 71G.m 110 pm Lw, ok.o vin. T. O. P. < 10 pm f SI
ArEvr.sap.o.aP.....,.... tt, ontk.ra. ..
cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company will lliOam 416 pm t 30 m 65
:.DIHpu.sl tor)', to bo from Peru and)]0-, from Its combination with rlnio acid and LT S. ..-
not take liquor C. O. D. money with order to save delay and trouble. a P.O.V..l1.. 1I A..oa : ra vI
llvla. The red bark. Is derived from a,, precipitated by addition of lime water; Send for Price List, or call upon MASON & CO., ..ODiwte ..ao.h'......,.... lap. 100 pin am ( a ga, i: ... T

( large .tree growing. upon the woatern some lime combined with coloring mat- aoi, 307, 300, 311, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, FLA. l'CJaarI..80tatla'D.' .....,.,.. teDpm telam vv/1

elopes at Chimborazo and its neighbor tor falls with It. The precipitates are W..b'g'sa.atl'n....... .d I.pm r atb.raA hal pa ..,.....

:hood. well washed with water, .and the residuum Bal".n.Pa.R.a.......... I 01 amI10pm L Q.,raek.Oh 14.: t pa

1 The oinehona .tree appears to tlu'lvet is pressed, dried and pulverized. Labor Saving I Economical I Incombustible I Mna.Ia.PaR.a..a. lot... WW .........-.
,.N.wT..k! ...R.R... ....... J. q, O.,PS.aI. aiS pm...... .,.
>est la I regions subject neither to ..extreme Jt is then repeatedly treated with alco- .am

1 htutt'nor extreme cod| and In lo hol, which dissolves the quinine and QUICK TIME
eatJODILIMlaere it is partially protected : leaves most of the Impurities. These "PAINTOFF. POINTS NAMED.

from; the .direct rays.of the sun. These ,being separated; the solution Is concentrated For full Information, apply to any Agent of this great Railway

conditions .could not be fulfilled any- by evaporation to a brown, viscid
whore better than through the lower East mass, which Is Impure qulnia; as a tincture (Patented In America and Europe.) System or its connections.

r Coast of Florida, where there Is an abundance In the dlstllllqg\ vessel may be neu- W. A. TUB:, W. H. GREEN Om
tralized with acid and the alcohol Removes all Kinds of Paint from all Kinds of 0sO. Pax Agea4 J. II. S. H. HARDWJCI
hammock and Surfaces
of land where the sulphuric Waahlacaon,D. a..lll1p.rfatllad.al. Tr.alo' U..II"P. A..... IhD. P.... A....
temperature ok even .both winter and being then distilled oft, an impure Waeblugtoa. D. a. WUI&I..to. D. a. .AtlaalAo es

summer. The soil of this part of the sulphate Is obtained which crystallzes on W. D. ALLEIT.
Chemically Instead of Burning Off
state In many ways resembles the soil cooling. This is expressed and then dissolved Florida. Paama(
;I whore this tree is indigenous; and, if in boiling water, to which purl- 19th, 1806. "* West ash 8tr-, .'ACKSONVILr.E. FLA.
anything, U more fertile than the soil fled animal charcoal has been added. It "PAINTOFF": l Is a reiil t by letter patent of tho United Suites. ranadn.. Great Hrltaln and other countries. It la the remiltor
;I upon the slopes of the Andes. Is filtered while hot, and then allowedto patient research and exMirlment| with the purpose In view of ending a cheap, simple and active. ------- ---- ---- --- -
advent of old peter and varnish that would ." 'plant the old method of burning and scraping olr ---
For more than.a century after the cinchona cool and crystalUe. The purificationU c : 3ASw -
the name. ::
:tMI: cSt 0 0 .
i'' bark came into Mao, It was supposed completed by again dissolving and Gilmore Son, Painters and Decorators, Jacksonville, Fla., write: "We have ; ,

'- to exist only In :Texas, In the crystallzlsg. Sulphate of cinchona is Riven Palntoff' a trial, and can say that in 45 years experience as a painter it Is the DEALERS IN _

Ancient kingdom of Quito, and In a few commonly present, but being more soluble best paint remover In the market. Fine: Wines
,> toelghborlng localities; but in the year does pot crystallze so readily as thesnlphateofgninta C. E. Iloyle, House Painter, etc., Jacksonville, Fla., writes: "Having had experience A :Yid L1.q-a.ors: ,
practical painter for 2.1: take groat pleasure In
it discovered In various other and remains In the as years indorsing tn, *
.1, :3 was Palntotl, and cheerfully recommend it to the public in general." 410 W. Kay! St.,

A 1 places. Twenty years later researches mother liquor.If ,yo. Lansdell, of Hall, Hilditch & Co., General House Painters, Jacksonville, JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA. '
-ware made In New Granada, resulting In the cultivation\ of this tree Is found Fla., writes: "Having given Pain tort a thorough trial, pronounce It to be a Rye.lId ourbon

the finding of several species there; Dad to tie success, there Is. vast wealth in perect success, and to be all you claim for It." Bundles: : \ :ran, Whiskies from 'f.111

later supplies of the borax: were obtained store for the East Coast! of Florida In P'Send for Circulars and Testimonial. to l.75 to 3.75 per gallon _

from still other sources. Much qulu-j this one product ItrWe Mountain make a Itew Specialty Corn Whiskey of North, Camlina three-
South-Eastern States Palntoff Company, y'ean old.'ajw .
ine Jill mow shipped from South American ColuKNI'ONDENT.1Iow : !::' per gallon.n1
<<101., 2 cta, a Ia\,38cU, 3 ttaI.,
ports.its.. the Carribean Sea. St. Augustine, Fla. PURE

Care and experience are both needed to trash Flannel! _-__--_. n._._ .____ __ ,1.K..gsKBI.O.Partie.. ., ill 10 pl., '1.211; "bbl.,

In collecting the barks, to select those living In Dry Town will do

I most valuable) and to know the proper Ft.1nnellishoultl be washed on a clear This Center Table 24-ln. top -_-- them well to Ml onler per cent from on URi order.aa we can tare WHISKEY;

age at willed branch should bo decor day. Shake them well at first; sop and Wewtll opeendnewneccogntw. or ticated. The bark is collected between squeeze them(but do not rub them) in Oak or Mahogany $1.49. "Itahle ackxinvllle not reference In unle Klnn.*.

May and N' ,.ember. The tree Is usually hot borax suds; rinse 4n water that Is of No Good.eat C. O. D. to Dry Town..
\r. Carry a Complete tin of
nut down and then stripped, which Is the same temperature. Never wring the

the most economical plan, as fresh articles, but press the water out Hang FURNITURE STOVES &: CARPETS.Write .
them in the air and before they ,
aboots spring up from the old roots. open
become quite dry, fold In a clean cloth,
i I The Indians, to save themselves this I and iron, taking care the iron is. not too for I'rlcOtiand Description. r Send the ADVOCATE Job Printing
trouble, often strip the bark entirely hot. your

t Jrom the tree while Jt is staudlgg, thus F. A. PELLERIN & CO.

destroying It altogether. Owing to the With children in the house, It is especially We Turn Out
but Work
reckless manner in which the bark has necessary to know how to remove Cor. Clay" Adams St., Nothing First-class ,

u keen collected, and the entire absence of fish bones or anything else that

any efficient protection w the forests on has lodged In the throat The white of Jacksonville, Florida. and Guarantee

1 1 Me part .of the government> rwrhero: It 'is a raw egg will do this. u Satisfaction. .

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I>:INDIA RIVER ..Q>J'O 'T$ MAY 1ft. 1So 6. 3 ; ,

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Cards. 1 .
ufessional National

e Y. 8Op."II.* GRAHAM WALTBBB.GL1BAM, : tlon-SG.-I4ouill.! Con vel*- : Florida East Coast Railway The Three Great Florida West

BBBS On account of the Kcpuhlican: Natloaal FOKMKRLK: : TilE .

ATTORTS-AT.LAW, Convention, June 10th, the Southern JacKsonville, St. Augustine and Indian River Railway.Tiuu '

HOI1Rs-From: 10 to 12 a. m., Railway, in connection with the F. C. & > Table In KffwttJkpr.; l "... 1HIXI. Coast Hotels
,t }\ R'y will sell
and 2 to 4 p. m.rrrSVILLE tlokets on June 13th and ,

Brevard Co., Florida. 14th, limited to return June 21st, at one South Bound. North BoundA.

!k11,11I8. fare for the round-trip. Special train Xo .'... .' va, :'i... "... "'... OWNED BY THE PLANT SYSTEM.
the courts-state and fed e'fATtl1! --: "0 S 1 An t. ... ,IN f
II pristine in all will leave Jacksonville on the evening of : $ $l. 31 ;;'MI' all 711. :1114_ I4L"Ju'kermvMle

for examining; and perfect- June 12th, Ashevllle ..I 848 a LOhi, .. -:- nrMlatna ;" .. 500' nt4.j. .. ateaAsst.
rid|Duties passing through A"II'.t\ne.I'IIHI\ ra 826 .' .... .... ."LvLsnrattn'. ; .... ajea; .
wddtle.IILLEIt" the; beautiful mountain of LIr\tAulIlu.Une.' ; 1111111 aa. . .. .. Lv Ft lau.krt ale. / 7 24 a.LYI. .
region North .......... ..
.: 'al..tb '11111II a .. I.v Ll..t. \ 1tJl4.:

& KENNARD, Carolina and Tennessee by daylight. ArPalatku. -:. .. .. 11-:.oa '. ., ... ;..:...:. -. ':. I.v'r W W.aoplter.i-.r- poach.. : : -11 III a .

Regular through trains will leave Jacksonville Lv 1'alntka..... .... 111:0: a ..! Lv'........... .... . :31'81+III' R t, r
ARCHITECTS. at 7:30:: and arSaitML!; en..192Op . . .. ... ... I.v 1.,1"0:, ... .. .. :a2tlp'a :.! 4 re
a. m 00: p. nu, Lv Sin Mateo. .. : 4,, a .. .., .... .... ... I.v Mutt 1'WlCe. \ a41, p .
business will have prompt via Atlanta and Chattanooga. Lv lOrmotal.i 12 21G -: :=-I: :: Natwatfan. :::: : ::: .
:tCount For Information IL'V Uaytol1a.. .. 19 41 p .. .. .... .. McUewrne..... .:::::: .? : :. s
nllon. : apply to any agent of I :: t 1nanRe.. 1242 11 ... .. .... .... ; ;. I.v Fau Hlolie. ate0mI------: -.. ... ?
the; Southern LNnwS'n'run., .. .. .. U..eILIoot\jte htls 1 { .. "
Railway, or :
i connecting .12111' :: : : : : s
lIrA, FLOIUDA.S. .v 'flhnerflle., .. :tr.I. ... .. ..,. .... ......I.V'.I. .. fid
lines, or to W. D. Allen, Fla. Puss.\ Agt.. l.v"c". ::11".1' .. ... .. ... Lv.nt..llle. 1 .. :. i
I.vItucklelgr.htin309.1 .. .. ,... . .lvN..w$1Ivrn. : .
212 W. Bay St. Jacksonville ? : ::: I
:: : : ::
Fla. ..
Lv1'ar'torange. .
LvEmslallle. .... 34ibp' . .. .,.. . ..
'Eros JONES, Lvhlethnurne. .. .. 31'41 .. .. .. .. ,. .. ..Iv..a. \ ; I
!{ .vW,lawUanlerce... ...Kf6p" p .. .?. :. ........" :::.:: :: : : :::-:: : : : : ,: :

Just now everybody Is becitantug to LvF"W1 1' . 64/)1' . .. 4t,1, r- "...... Lv__I'aat_l'alatka.__ _.. _... ._. .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. take I.v .,,"'n .. 1111 P .... .. 3 11\ a. .. .... .\r ktu III at..., ., : -. .--. .
spring medicine. Ami It is a LvJmtecn.. ... . lIot1\p .... ... ail a. .. .. .I.vt\lUaMatt." .. .. .. .
CSVILl.E, BREVARD CO., FLA good thing to do provided you- take Sim- : I.v W. .rllllter .. 1'IIe":' .... ... 81rci'ltl.tka.....,. .. y3O > :-. :--- .
mons Liver H'g'uh1tor-the best spring I.vRylera! .. j tI 4t I' . . ... .. .. L..I'It..tka.l'l., 1. .... I..... .
Judge of Brevard County. medicine. It's t.v W I'.hn Boab) 1 413 p .. .. .. 931loa ... ---- -- iI'I--,..-
County a sluggish liver that: I v LI"tlln tI'N ,. II ua.a Ar !U. Anll'lI..tln8. 'no p .... ..
i clogs the system and makes bad blond. Iv f't tandordale; ; !Iii I' : ::: :: :: I1I\'a :: : ::: Lv8t. Anlt, ..t\ue.\. 'tta D .Tlen" .I.$
A dose a day of Smmons Liver Regulatorwill L..I.'mmClty. .11t!"' .. .... :Slln'a .. ... Ar.l..k..mnlll. I\II\ I' .111ft,.. . ..
L. GAULDE a new man out of ytm and a new Ar Miami! .. .. .. .. iota p ..... 1121' a ... A. t W. 1111.11.Tr..I"a :; .

woman: too. Look for the Red Z on the 3t. 32. 3T. al\ll 'ZS hetwe" .A..k..ullvlllo Noun HUtrND.:----'- Fninpa Bay Hotel Tninpa, Florida
.\ package.: It Is Simmons Liver liegul.itov and !St; AIII1IIMtme.: ,Ially. -.- i
II til, nnictlre In all the Courts of tile State yon want. Trait 2011 hut..11 lIil..mt unit Fort Pierce. \IOXS.. No 2 %" 4 :NoItdlyexcept
The Sciiiinolo Hotel Winter Park :Fla.Llie i
,, |, and the United Stated Courtt. : .
| rla
] 111.(111). Ar NewSnnrnn!' 118na t : 2slp I! .. .. ,
| 0.Box,835.: TITUSVILLE, FLA. All otbor trail,,, south oC St. AI.'t'.tiue ... lake Iln7rn 1,I tall. 111\1.\ . .
daily .
Money to Loan' 18 Four Scholarsliii .. Or.mlt'I\ Y II ::114..., I 11'1' .. Inn Port all the t
exrtll.t Eh. Tampa (\ar.
? 'y hum 111181; )i 11Nyi I ---c-:_ open t'I

' Freeman IIill, Silas B. WI'I ht.DIJLipul Florida U entitled to scholarships, I I4l1t"J'l1 nOli n. -

llttoiney-at-Law, : Fin Including railroad 1 fare to and from :Nashville ST.tT1ONS. _. x.aJX-I-; ;;: :S": NnLv I

in the Peabody Institute. Thereare New S4)' }'rin II 811,1 7 ins.. ". .. ..
JALL .fc WRIGHT, e lake lI..h'lI U Sap: II 4.ut . .. &
four vacancies to be tilled this sum 1.0' Or""Il" t'lty 12 4 H"., II 11;' . The florida (Central peninsular RailroadShort
1XSUKAXOE AGENTS, mer. The scholarships are awarded Ar O.t'l1yJIIIII1. l Uuq' IIll11\.. ........ .

ritunvlllo! .Florida.Representing through a competitive examination, --rt; see Tine Tables elu.ws; the times at which train v. ho e'l..t".1. ; 6nrrlve alll.h'part from
examination, which will be )held at Live the ""'Ienlatlltlons. but tholr arrival or d"llI.rtnr".t the dmps etatod. not 1I'lrlln""d. lI"r does Line between Florida. and all Northern 1'oliit. ? + ,
the best and the ('n.AP toy hold itself re.I".lbltl Cur any dtlh.y or nay oc"'ItOqlleu" .rt..11I1I' the..f..rm.. I
,: strongest I
Oak, July 21 and 22, by State Superintendent 138: Miles between Savannah! and JiickHonvlllo I
J. {; \ JOn4J"1I' It 10:H A It 11N0N.
prepared to write lines
Impunles; are V/ N. Sheats. I-e....re"........ O_'} Passenger. Agent
Ito any amount anywhere on the East --- Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ca., Columbia, Washington Bal- 1
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tlmore, Philadelphia, New York Boston and the East.

-CUJlK BAY, DADK COUNTY. An Explanation. The Trunk Line. Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Niwhvlllo, Lunldvlllo, Cincinnati ., I'
W. E\VAN, During the month of April, in several and Chicago r j

U. S. COMMISSIONER Issues of the ADVOCATE, an article appeared Everett lllrmlnRhiini, Holly Springs, Memphis, Little Rock, KIUIHIIS City, St 'I
under the caption "Misrepresent. Louis Sioux I
Chicago/ City
Votary Public State at Large. anon," signed "Edward Sndlow, Jacksonville Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Mobile '1\\
Railway. River Junction, Punttacoln New Orleans, Texas, Mexico, California II+
aml'' Selected; ()Conveyances made. Fertilizer Co., which I find was ami the Pacific Coast Kffeetlvo April 11), tHUO. \\1;4;
lorrespomlence solicited. Address: of a libellous character. I regret ex- JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver. \
Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, tremely that such a communication New YorkExpreeeNo. HH, leave .1s.'kula. 1$I ,
should have in columns. SOUTH NORTH- vlll 7i3( a. m., dally.. with 'IIIrollull Ilillmnii .'
appeared our
Office, Kwan's Landing. .. Table In Efteo' Apr. 5'Iki> -- Hlmimim. fur Savannah) Colmtilila, Wmihlnirton.Now '
The gentleman attacked-Mr. Perry M. No. N O. 9 N O. Q I. N".M' \ NP..r1. N o. 11i. MINI. Halt inure, riillmlolphlu I York, ami alj ,
:: :
DeLeon, an officer In the Confederate Local .900-1' "9111111 ..... ...TACKSONVI.C..AraNmama40npw: -- ---I"o al- Eastern ; n00ts for Fcruamllua.Arrive .
FORGE W. ALLEN, States Navy during the and after. ..... Mixed 8S7p 927a. . .orange l9rk. ... .. .... 1\1'am! 8\IIplll: Service the J'a'keunville ttIO:( p.m.
$ war .. MoW'y 847p 93o&a. .. ..... .I'eurla. ......, Tosam azipinTue.rlav Through Sleeper by
wards for many years a prominent mer- .... .... and Fri 10llp Obta: .. ,. .., .lIlalllI..I\; \ .. ...., .. 640am 3l3piiiTbnrsrly New York Kant Mull. No IItI, h'flV.:1' /:
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW chant and manufacturer of Savannah .. .. 10J3p 9/17a./ ....Oreen Cove MI'rlng. .... ... 630am 311\I'11\ ''t Hat F. c. & P. .,.".'k ...n"lIleI:1M111o: m. dally bur mule northern I l
Ja. is personally unknown to me, but 1 I .... ?.. ... .. .... ... ... .. . .Jln"twlck. ..... .. .. .. .. . .... point and fur fernanillna., Arrive Jurfc- ,
.... ... 10VIaII28p1048x .. .... .. .. ...I'aIRtka.... ... .'.... ... 1I'am: 112'Jpm a2Apin "1n"lll.1UJea.m.::
ley West, Florida am satisfied, from what I have learned ... 11248 1162p: 11 lira . ....... Hratellma.. ... ... 4alaIn, 1/111/ pin 14pn'" Jacksonville to Cincinnati _
of him from a mutual friend and others, 1t..1IIa 1207p 1124a ... .. ... J..oDa.. . . 440ant I47ptn C24pin Only Lin Through the llraiitUiilM 11111
will practice in the United States that he Is a gentleman of honorable record . IlIlftp III :22 a 111111a.: .... .Creacent City Junction... .... 4\am: 13111'111 111II1'111 .''''l11tr)' .t lilil 1 Florliln, I'enaeol0' aii4F.Mwmliln I
.. IJdp I 128Ta UI\I&: .. .... ....... ..8evllle. .. .... .... ... 414)/ a In 11111'111 llItlO111: 1 ': ..,, leave Jiuikminvllla, U.BA: *. IIIvia
nil State Courts. Ojun05W. both military and civil, highly esteemed .... ... il3IIp 113a 12\11I1' .... ...DoI....m Sl.rlnge.. .... ... 321am 1947sii 11llam: : Asheville I rurl..k"l.lty. Live. Oak, MaillHiin,, M ntli>nlli>,
by those who know him, and In- .. .. ... 820p 124)01JV'd1.Glepwood......... ... 311\am U41ain fo-nUa T lliiluun, River .1..tI..lI. I'oin",,Ia. Molilln ii
of misrepresentation or unworthy . ... 400 I' I46a IJ4Np. .... .......lIerestorol.... .. ? .. .. 3Ue.In 1\111111'11I\ 1015ain420p \liew IIrl"lau.lIlId the .miutliwunt Mexlrii, ('1111.
capable make this amende be- .... ..... I071)Ar1 .. .. ....Ile Land .... .. .... Iv. .. .... 1210all1 .... ..... Will bo roimnioil fiirnUnnil thn I'ai'llln Cnanl. Carrlu Rlwgwre|
W. CRAVEN, acts. ..... ...11110(1.... ..1210ILv ( ? Ar .. ... .107pm. Arrive.. .luckionvlllu THIS .a. III.
cause I feel it Is due to Mr. DeLeoa, who .... .. . ..... ... tI 2. Enterprise ..... ..... ... 91ft _
I has established himself in Jacksonville I : .... ..... .. ... ... .. 3DIpAr..TITI'SVILLE.. ........ Lv. .. .... t110am . .. June 12th. Leevee.lacksnnvllleaMamfcr8tarkelfew' .
DENTIST, recently . ... ........ ..... .. 2201. .... .. . Paola. .. ...... .... tlllllall1 ... ..... Silver hale:. as the representative of G. Ober .. ...... . .... ..... .. 81111'. .. .... .SoSorrento......... ... .. .. ..,.... 711/11'111/ ... .,,.... thiirim, | | N\'rlnll'\| .., 11H'llk",,
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. & Sons Co., of Baltimore, Md., an old, . . .. .. ... .. 3 alii'! . .? ......,Mt. ....ra.. ..... ..... .. .'., 6 4llalll. .. ... Train leaving Jacksonville 0:30:: p. m., irliimlo.. juiiMMli' xe a Itailu;, lily," riant City.'ruinpa. .
wealthy and highly respectable fertilizer .. .. .. .. 3I1OpAr....... ..Tava.......... ...... Lr .. 8allalll. . .. Arrive J".k."lIvlll" 8 m. jJ ji
)ice ........ 620pe236'a .lplpAr......... .. ..Sanford..Lv 200am: 1111I\ m OlOam ::4111"
| east side Hutchinson avenue, near manufacturing company. of forty :years'standIDt. ..... ........ 2Na 2tip.Altanme Sl.Hnge..... l\IIal11 II lOam ... ..... arriving Asheville 12:KX() noon; I leaving -
Indian $ ..... .. ... 349a 1121'1'' .... , ....Wlnterl'ark. ........... lalam. Ilmam.,,. ..... Cincinnati and Florida Llmltxl., T.env..Taok-
River Hotel. ...... .. . .. 811II a 20101' ..... .. ... .Orlando.. .. ... IlIlII\am 11ll'a! m... .... .... Ashovlllo :2:4.1: Pm., arriving Cincinnati Hoiivllle UIWI: ii. m, Hnllil V.u tlliul le' raln. Tine II
... .. ... 4aila 81ft.. .. .. . .. ..KI..lmlll" .. ..... ... lill aml12flalll. .. .... a little ovnrOT: hour to (Cliinlnnatl via. Muiion,
.. .. .. .... 620a 12I'Ar.... ... .n..rtow JQ. ... ..I.v 1106prn! / 9rJalll: ..... ?.. Albmta.Chattunnoga.. Connects fur ]Niwlivlll. t i
F. II. HOUGHTON Your Physical Condition .. .?.. ........ . 027 a 4 4:11': . . Lakeland. .,... .. .. 10301> 1.. palain..... .. 7:15: noxt morning. LoiilxvlllH, ('lili>uiii and all point north ami
|DR. .... ... .... t720a /848l'' . ,. .. JI.rtow.... .... ...t M p m S20ann/ ... .. w..t. Arrive JaukNonvllla III:: *. ,". i
. : .:: . .. ..1040I'1 r..I.II..t.a ant &..... ....Lv. t81111alll.. .....
Needs attention at this time. If you ... . 'e6 00a 8011 Ar. .Tampa .Lv. S00pin/ ell alii.. holly Springs Rout, Mt.lAmia. Kan*** City..
DENTIST. m... Chicago, lava 'knonville H:no p. in. via
. -
are tired weak and nervous it Is clear .. . .... .... 9 sea II 4111' Ar. ........ .ort Taml. .. ., ..Lv a 410 I' 111,. 11/1/ alii..... ..... Macon. Atluntii. lllriiiliiKtiain' Holly\ Spring, t
that your blood is impure, and without .... Mon and Thlln 9 Nip" 1.1. .... .fort Tampa....... .Ar :I1': p 1 n, Thur.. a.1. KIIII. Mmn his. Hprlnullnlil;', ., Kansas City. Ht Lonl., Chicago, Sioux City. Tlironiili !Slucpnr' without I t
|\tlantio Block, Daytona FlaT doubt there has been too much over- .. ,. ...\Tiles&: Friday. 3181" An..... ...Key Waist.. ... ....r.v11'1: > 1" Wed.andMat. i-lmimu; to Kuiimm. City and Ht. Lou/*, and only one tlmnno to (t'liliUK'!!: and Hloiis' City. Arrlv
; work or strain on brain and body. The .. .. . Well and flat. 61NraAr. . .. .. ... ..Havana. . ... ,.I.v 111III': Well.alll Mat. Jai'kNonvlllit' 11:311: a. m.

-- course of treatment for such a conditionIs Sunday.Trains Ai/HI all:/ I'>.. :::..=I.l wal(: ) l: for for:: TallaliUMen Kverett. Clime I anil nonii Inuiriniiillate:iitl' n for luilnt lrmiwlnk.Arrive Shortest. : and quickest:: in.rout
;:; plain and simple. The blood must Dally t Daily except OilO.. M.-for 'raiupaand h'.r..H..I..t.. iiolntu, I'lillinan iileitnor.. Arrly.Jatlk."vl'l 6,lIIa.lII. 4))
I ALEX i : ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS & SON, first be purified so that the nervous system 23 and Through Pullman Buffet' Bleeping Car between New York and Port For M..n.Atlanta, two Train Ually.. .liwkminvlllii TiiHI,: a. ii,. and I 0W p. in.
will be Tampa dally. Steamer "ManaUut"; from Tampa fur llraliliintown and Manatee River pnliiti.
all the
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW and in fact organs Train 23, leaving Jacksonville\ dally at 8:00 a m., arrives at Hawthorne at 11:4.1: : ualnevllle I'ulliniin Hl..umri| on all\ Night Train. )
fed upon pure blood. Intelligent people 12:411: Ooalll 1 III. Leenlmrit 3:3H: Hrookvllle 11:00 p. m. Train leaving lackonville at 8:i'H'< p, in. send for Hunt Indexed Towi .hli Mal' of Florida to
JACKSONVILLE: AND TAVABES FLA. without number have testified that the arrive at Oakland 8 :111 a. in., Lanooclwe 10:45a./ m., Tarpon MprliiK. 8:3H: p. m., Clearwater 4.3.1: I'i iin. ff |
; best blood purifier and strength Inpart- ., St. Petersburg 8:40 p. m., dally! except. Himday., PKNNINGTON A. O. MxcDONELL,
N. S.
Will continue to practice in the courts medicine is Hood's Sarsaparilla. Train 21 and 32, through Pullnutn sleeping car between JacksonVIlle and Tampa.W. ,
|'f the> Seventh Judicial Circuit. All ing H. COFFIN O. II. ACKKRLY, General C
and Passenger Ag't.
tartness Nervousness, loss of sleep general General 8ui rlntendent. General Passenger'> Agent Trams Manager
before the United States and debility all vanish when Hood's Sarsaparillais -

|Mate Circuit Courts will receive the persistently taken; In a word, -- ------ __ u _u __ _____ -. .

peraonal attention of Mr. Alex .St health and happiness follow after taking .
r- '..-' "
Oair-Abrams. Hood's Sarsaparilla.A Not 10 .. End.r d. High ClassGarpetings MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

.. The little man with the crinkly brown

.-- beard WM in a badly battered condition. < Florida' New York, ;i
lohn B "( direct me to a boapUalT"he
jptn you {
Stetson University PaJnl. Method. '
asked of the man who WM standing Philadelphia and Boston.
Mrs. Crimsonbeak see the minister j
I>eLan l, Florida. to pugilists. on the corner. Mailing from llrnniwlok, (>.., direst to N.w York. ,
announces a sermon "Been in a fight?" naked the other M : I
Mr. Crimson beak-Yea. I guess he'llput lMH8KNftKIl IIKIIVICK.Hteumer :.

1 Smi For le"y.,both Art sexes School College and Conservatory Nonnaf School or 'em to sleep without 1J1oveIL.Y .- he"I gate have him avenged the direction.an insult. iir-a H. E. CLARK trnln/ 'leaves .liickwinvllln/ \ (Union lI"I"t| ), "At.r.

I An 'titutlon of first rank. of Statesman. RAIL." K. P. Jte I'. It. It., on Tlinmliiy only 4:15: / 1', u.. Arrivellruimwlrk
l twenty Seven Faculty shameful insult. 7ml |', m. raMnier. | !K"lnic at iilirn-on Icier
elegant building
-leol Where's the other fellow teainer.ThroiiKh.
lVy 'Vsamt1'htel1 by electncltjr. Hot Prawtlm. "Yon look 10.
t IDol col. ?T t""' Thoroughly eunlppediK' Sad 38 West Bay St., car without trunxftir, Javkunnvllle, to llriinuwltk.
Department of Physical CulturetentrnhineryeDReallogroomwith "Hobbs little boy is getting
!!!! you" "Be'i around the corner waiting faraD IMIOI-ONKI) MAILINHHI

all leafing horribly rongn. ambulance. Be insulted me. 1 was Jacksonville, Florida, I.v. New York Her 31 K. It., 3 1II.I., 'in,, (Standard Tin...) l.v. lrnnwlclurrlilay ,

ana dally and weekly "Tea, I must stop his going around business April 2l! .. .('OLORAIxi ,.. .. rr..y.M..1. .
1Aato'Ixhly kl"rat'"i0t.' 'iulpped chemical and physical with his mother on bargain days. "- walking along about my own Announce of his, 'rldRy.Ma.l. .. .. n....Hill IIIIAN1*.. .... ..,. .Friday.Mays'
tn8chenle'! Wrote building for M u.io and and he offered me a moat offensive in'nit. theopening Spring FridayMayS ...... roLOKAINl, .. .,. Ytldsy. May I/JFrlilay
I "on (In with rtllltl of established repntaI Chicago Record. May 15/ ..".." ,.. .....HIM IKANIK I May 1:1:
I 21.1111'1.cliare- Second term open December Stock of select and exclusive pattern of ErldayMay2J.: .. ...n.. / .,...rlda.Mlly XKor .
I Send for catalogue "Riving, full Infor IT. Flo Ultra. "What did he ay?"
illation; ,
to to any rnllmail anent or to
ICe"nlllltur.tIOJlI. MteaniHr. train, rate. etn. apply
JOHN P.. FORBES President. Brown-Ever see such a quarrelsome "Be asked me to out him half a pound fine grade Carpeting and MiittlnK. _\.1'. 1IIURI'1i Y.'rr.v. Agent; .liM'kwiiivlllw. C'HAH. HAVIKM, ", Agent, ?.Iu W. Hay Hi. Jac'kw>nvllle.
tobacco off whiak- II. II. IIAfMlN( "Ir, III"ulrlllll".rn [,," llruniwick (la.
of fine out chewing my I
character as Smith? Rugs and Wliixlc. In all aizes an.! .colors. C. 1C. MAI.I.OUV,lleneral Agent I'hir *>, K. River and am llroailntay N. Y.
Jones-Never. I think he'd provokea era -Buffalo Kzpren.

Have you seen It ? Seen what 1? Why professional pugilist into a fight- Send for Samples: I\n.i Price, and ym -
inn Walton Rapid Calking Machine. If Brooklyn Ufa will be plcaaed.
{ own a sail or row boat, don't fail to
Eave one on hand. It Is great labor Eap..L :
Florida !
A Boon to
?ver, and is patented in the United "Why do yon suppose a trolley car ChillsAND
ir*" Great Britain AWNINGS
t" Canada, etc. A ,
of the carries a gong
state right will be sold at a what II
to let people know
reasonable figure. Apply to J. O. Walton "Why, that's For Store or Residence.AdvertllllnlC .
them. -Chicago Fever your
Tltulvtlle, Fla o it is that runs over
Reoori: _. Water Works (for Your Homes, ,

to be .ti '*: I. C-: "..T.. CuredBy The rough edges l of
"TID: :-Several trustworthy gentle- Cured to Stay l be contloiioiiH. |
men er ladle to travel In Florida for Marie-I'm afraid Jack' dissipation RkeptlcUm are not ground down' In a Etc. under your own Control. ,

tatabU.bed, reliable houe. Salary*780 ore telling on him. day. No l nliiena' can \be prosperous ,

and *pen e*. $ ltlon. EDdressed- Eitelle-Oh. no. It's nl. friends who without continuous advertMlng.THAOI .

close reference andy.pelt are doing all of that.-New York Wintersmith's Chill Tonic.Sold t

Company stamped envelope third floor,The Omaha Dominion Build- World. YOU FURBISH THE WATER; WE D0j'

Chicago, III. Had Btt. U.. For ala on- j'- by all DrugglaU.

Doctor-Do yon sleep well nights? THE REST. 1 .
I should hope not. I
TObaeco seed to be Given Away belong to a poker club.-Boton Transcript Agent for "Quick Meal" Gasoline Stoves. Used with open anti driven well, ,I I

_____ springs and taken. A few minute work j

"eeI\\"e tlll have on hand BOrne tobacco A Droaen. WILLIAM CLARK Agt. at an air pump delivers the water all .
to give away to nr ot our sub "Don'tyonthinkmyhat 18 a dream" e.
7bel'1l who will' SSAHIDtSIOM over your house' with pressure. No ,
call at the ADVOCATE did eat the night
>e Ice, Or send a atamped-addressd en- 'Tea." What Detroit Tribune.you PLUMBER, STEAM A GAS FITTER, I P"T..T to operate. No windmill or + .
to before? -
a1 P7 postage npon same. It U Roofing and Sheet Iron \Vork. tor Information.... Oo'TRION.r t.b -4 COllt1 !
tank. Simple and durable. tt
Snlnneat quality Vuelt Abajo and MUHM CO; Ml. B""o>lr". V. saw 'l'oac. N. +
loll Fen seed State which kind of Iced WASTED: :-Several trustworthy gentlemen Pump, Piping and Drain Pipe, Bath Oldest brew .""bpiitn.awIuuiwitnhfxc'riurtn4, p.1.nl.IS Write or apply for particulars to BUCHCR'BTae.matle _
for Wiwwne j.tr Wake =
ladies to travel in Florida Water ,, ,
We also have tobacco or reliable house. Salary *i30 Tube, Water Closets and Wash Stand. ADVOCATE, or to system.tar .
pamphlets on established
tlJlture "ame ,..r rr dtMr Do".tleDearIng +
togtve to Cilllcr at this Steady po tt''<>. En-
away .
01llce. any and expenses. selfaddressedstamped ....Electric Bells.... Paulo & Co. H ..rr.bJerarlCUIO.DeuiM1 :
a close reference and etlatot8ll" jj-y-r ta tMworld. I Partlow, it c Co.: iv
_. f ", .
beApplicants envelope. 1"0.11 NOT 38 fonjrth Street .....It< B will
pleMe ltate Omaha BuildIng whue II. W.. I a.. TAMPA FLA. a A.H.iaa.LOWMes.. y
know ** !n tob co, so that wegmay Company, thl",1 door, : Florida. albW &411U1. II !<("' ..Mtg. of! ..... FLA.e .
how much seed to send them. Chicago, III. Jaclc on.vlllet n_as..aseaseeow.,...w arkxllr: .



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I ; : a INDIAN ,IUVER)[ ADVOCATE, MAY 16. 1896.

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{' -+ (INDIAN[ RIYER ADVOCATE. 4w.HHLT8o that before long we shall be Involved having concluded that the lands of I yielded very satisfactory returns to the the-Send ADVOCATE stamped-addressed, and get some envelope tobacco to I' Jupiter Weather- Keportj

in war with Spain, and in the East Coast are well adapted to growers. seed free. State number of acres you The following Is a comparative ,

this case a great navy, as well as a the cultivation of this root,. intendto MALABAR. will plant In tobacco.Dissolution ment of temperature and rainfall !
will be secure a few tone of seed for weekending Tuesday; May u
or THH INDIAN RaIV LAKE great army necessary. Beans were hurt somewhat on low j 1ijH1800 \ .

WORTH AMD BIHOAVNB{ BAY.BOTIOJf.. Every one knows the occasional distribution among those who are land by the cold, but as the farmers be- of Partnership. -la9:,
unreasoning desire for a "scrap," willing to make the experiment.Mr. gan to ship the first week In January DATE. MAX.\ MIN.\ star\
which will now and then seize the R. T. Kerr, of Manabans, before Notice Is !hereby given that the part 8 76 r,8 r2:! '
harvested F.
most of the between
1 : PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY crop was heretofore existing
individual when will satisfy Texas who has nership 7 78 63 1012
nothing already experimented Fort
I'' the drought-came. A good many producer8 B. Everett and T. J. O'Brien, 8 79 73 ]
CHAI.!! H. WALTON, Krtltor&: Proprietor. him but to go out and "raise with the root in this state, sold beans for $0;( a crate, which Pierce, known under the firm name of I 9 78 6U g 82
Cain" in some direction or other in letter Everett A Co., has been dissolved
i a to Capt. Jarvis, says price netted here $4.73;;, and good prices F. B. 10 70 70 75

1 Subscription. without any particular reason except that not a doubt exists in-his'mind were received nntll the middle of April. by mutual business agreement.The will. be continued by 11 80 Cl tut'

l.EO an inward feeling impellinghim to the of 12 82 67 811!
y9 Twelve months, ( as thorough success can- Potatoes and strawberries were sold In T. J. O'Bilen at the same place, who
I'' Six .. .. 1.00 to make trouble. Nations are lgre in the sandy soil ,of Florida, the local markets for fIr prices. Tomatoes will pay all debts and collect all moneys Total rainfall for the week; i))::49!)|III|(
Three .50 like individuals, and this is now the. percentage of tannin and the in connection with the I Ute, firm.F. Departure from normal rainfall for
Single copy, .8 were late, and the drought cut the week: minus 0.68 inches Dcpar
Strictly in advance. the general feeling in this country. yield being the greatest he hasever short more than half. Fair prices B. EVKKETT. from normal rainfall since Jamiat

The desire for war is fostered by seen. The cost per ton, in crop were realized for what were shipped, May a, 1SOO.) T. J. O'BRIEN. plus 0.19 inches. !

those papers which cater to the carload lots, is $30, f. o. b. at Man- some selling for $4" a crate. The truck J. W. CROJIK< Obsen',
rhe above rates Include the payment of postaxe. popular taste and by hot-headed shuns, Texas, and the freight to New For Sale.
to Knox
shipped from here chiefly
time goes painter
Subscriptions can commence any ,
I i during the year.Discontinuance. articles and unnecessary exaggerations Jacksonville is eighty cents per one York and Chicago. The average is estimated The Sloop Yacht Flora, 3.Vft.; long, tuaville, when you need any firework

inflame the passions of a hundred pounds. Twelve tons of at three acres of tomatoes, four 14-ft. beam, 2-ft. draught. In first-class done.

PPP of advts. must be made per naturally excitable people, whose seed shipped to Orlando planted of potatoes, one of strawberries, and condition, and used but one year. Cabin

sonally at this office or by writing. ideas are, to a great extent, governed forty-two acrelll.Canalgre accommodations for 8, with room for- IF you are suffering from dyspepuln
twelve of beans
/ what read in the ward for 2. also water closet Is fully nervous prostration, try
" '. /I by they can be grown from found and furnished, except bedding. Scott'iCa

papers. Having rushed to the seed, but usually the roots are ob- FORT PIERCE. In full commission to sail with six hours Co.Digestive, Titusvllle Compound., Fla., have F. S.it Chaff

{ Avenue Titusvllle vergeof, a war with Great Britaina tained and planted. Should the The crops here, this season, have been notice. Owner having regained his $1.00() ) per bottle. for
Office Washington ,
: few short months ago, we are demand increase, however, it will very good, and the prices very favorable. health, has no further use for her.
1 Indian River now drifting dangerously near a be easily grown from seed on a Farmers, generally]) are well pleased with Inquire of James Pritchard, or Capt.
Peter Nelson Titusville Fla.,
MEMBER OF war with Spain and if we become large scale and probably the best the results, although: the recent drought yacht can be seen., New # Smyrna % Live

THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION involved in such a war there is no i way to sow will be about the sameas towards the end of the season hurt them

I 'i AFFILIATED WITH TUB telling what may be the outcome, onion seed, cultivate carefullyfor somewhat The principal crops were Fine Schr. Yacht for Sale.

k National! Editorial Afsociation. nor what nations will be drawn Into a year and then transplant into cabbage, tomatoes, beans, Irish potatoes --4# Stable #4O.

( i the struggle. The people, if the field. and some egg plant and strawberries. __Schooner_ 61.feet over all, 14ft.. beam: ,

A tdrea All communications to left to themselves, would be readyto Shipments were made to Chicago Philadelphia 22: inch draught with sailing oauasi;:
main cabin 12x11 and Proprietq
two state-rooms; ,
t Y INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, rush headlong into a career of THE< COMING CANVASS. and New York, and the returns Oft. Sin. head-room; patent W. C.; separate :

+ ', TITPSVILLB, FLORIDA. carnage, regardless of consequencesand were very satisfactory. About 70 acres room for crew and galley, pjne

t 1 I I without stopping to count the JENSEN, FLA., May 14, '00. of vegetables J> we are told, were raised at comfortable yacht foe cruising: on Indian Hacks Meet All Trains

cost, and while the highhanded Fort Plel' e and White City. River, Lake Worth or Biscayne Bay. ,
Editor Advocate
Check,etc.,may be made payable to CRADLES proceedings of Spain in the treat- Will sell cheap for cash .1
t'' H. WALTON,publisher and proprietor. The Bewspftper U the headlight at the GRANT. Further particulars by writing to Passengers and baggage!: trannferrci
rr ment of is
to and
4 prisoners enough C. II. W. all parts of the city, Coroi;
f I I f raise war-like feelings the engine which shows the engineer his The record here stands at sixteen Beach Call on me before peifect
track Is clear or obstructive. It Is the
nations still it would acres of early vegetables, against five Titusvllle Fin. arrangements.NEW .
WE believe that there ia still un be well to go torch for the coon hunters to lead him ,
'' the ordinances slow and not plunge headlong intoa out of the swamp; In short, It. in or last year. The growers have ship peed, SMYRNA, FLORID\
repealed among town bloody war without due consideration should be the daylight of a community. 700 crates of beans and 400 tVales of
t one levying a tax on dogs. ? How It should be well and avoid Notice.In .
/ y of the probable result. guarded tomatoes, besides 800eA.I'ly potatoes.The NATIONAL H====-
The' strict observance of this ordi. misleading. We have a political can-
1 Some of the people who talk so vase oa hand which may engender per produce was well distributed In the
f, nance would have the effect ofthinning Circuit Court Brevard County Flor : HomeSeekersREAL
out the vast number of glibly about war have no idea of sonalities and bitterness, and each one Atlanta, St. Louis, Chicago, Washington, ida. IN CUANCEJty:

t its fearful cost. In the past forty may wish to air his private grievances New York and Boston markets, and sat- John Carey 1
useless and curious ESTATE EXCHANll
curs specimens through the papers. If they would con- VS. (
53OOO have lost isfactory prices were received. The recent -
years 2. men their alder what little Interest A.O.Hancock and Inni i-
; of the canine race with which the they can inspirein .
s I; : f town is infested. ,The collection lives in various conflicts. In the. public sentiment by ti>ing to depreciate drought here killed at least 400 bulla j,'. wife.AFFIDAVIT Hancock. his J[
Crimean others efforts of that kind wouldbe crates of vegetables but the
war 750,000 men were growersare Exchanging Property for Ptopert
of the tax would aid the revenues having been miiila before me by.
l" killed. In the Italian war of 1850. scarce. "Let him who Is without sin not discouraged at all, and the pros- Kohhlnx, one of the attornejH Specialty. Send Description of w
f of the town, and the putting out of cast the first stone;" or, In other words, for the complainant,that he believer that
the way of dogs for which the tax the loss was 45,000. In our civil let each one who attacks another beau pects are considered encouraging. the defendant A. O. Hancock resides withoutthe you have, and what you want.
t I State of
) to-wlt In
Florida Chicago Illinois
had not been paid would remedy a war 800,000 men north and south his article, "I am without fault"The and that there In no one within the Suite Hut-vice MALABAR, Indian River, FLORI'
fell on the field of battle. In the coming canvass will be interesting SCOTT'S CAt -DIOESTIVR COMPOUND Is upon whom would bind Bald I defendant.
state of atfuirs which is fast be- Austro Prussian as it Involves questions which need the most remarkable remedy, for the Now therefore,you the sal I J A. O. Hancock, C. C. CARROLL,
war 48,000 are ordered
hereby to the
per. to -
h coming a nuisance; so much BO, in ished in the Franco German deliberate consideration. The conditionof various Ills of the flesh, that science ant's bill of complaint upon, the first Monday in
l fact, that one reverend gentleman, ; a country has a great deal of bearing has produced. For further particularssee July, A I> 18WI,and to answer the mime In due Real Estate Agon
whose disturbed struggle 215,000; in the Franco- on results of elections. If a country Is ad. on Gth page.ELECTION I course,otherwise said bill will be taken an confeaaed -
sermon was greatly and said
iS cause proceed as to
Russian war 250.000), to say nothing in a depressed state, the people are dissatisfied ex parte.It you 'VCritntod-.A: Mn
} by a canine concert, just of killed in less and want A change in everything is further ordered that this notice be pub-
outside the church door the men many ilK bell with as little In every section at once to sell st.i
i was that comes to hand, which makesit NOTICES. delay as possible once a
notable conflicts' Regarding the week for four consecutive weeks,In the INDIAN goods: to dealers; no peddling; expert.nnneceSRal'Y .
4 to remark that he wished the town hard on office holders, as everybody RIVEB
ADVOCATE published at Titusvllle best side line. $73.0(<
cost of these wars, the St. Louis holds everybody (except themselves) responsible )Florida and that copies thereof be posted andmailed ;
authorities, if we had any, would Globe-Democrat for the trouble. Besides, therehas All notices under this heading are required bylaw, month. Salary and expenses or l.i\
get rid of some of them, or words says: ever been a public sentiment favor- five dollars each,payable in advance. Done and ordered at the Clerk's office at commission made. Address, with2<
Nor is this all. These murderouswars Titusvllle,this the 13th day of Hay,A I) 18U $1 to that effect. Ing rotation in office, and with good'
I cost money, and 1 piles of it. reasons [Seal.] A. A. STEWART, and Manufacturing Company, I'in: ,

The Crimean war cost $2,000,000- One intention of public patronage Is to For Representative. roaylO-juna Cleric;Circuit Court. nati, Ohio.

l !,I WHILE our ubiquitous mayor is 000 ; Italian war of 1859, $300- distribute!! Its benefits as much as pos -'- ---------- ----- -
4 'i in town It may be well, once more, Prusso-Danlsh sible, when consistent with the convenience SEBASTIAN FLA. 7 1806.
000,000 ; war, $35- and Interests of the public. Another May JAMBS PJUTCHARD, President; W, B. BARNETT Vice-President;
x h' to call our city fathers' attention'
000,000 war of the American W. M. BROWN Cashier.
rebellion candidate
i ; reason: When a man holds a public hereby announce myself a ,
to the untidy state of the lot $7,400,000,000. France has office for a. considerable time, it gives I before the Democratic primary elec-

1 in the rear of the bank building. paid nearly $3,500,000,000 as thn him an opportunity to cover his crookedness tion for the position of member of the 'INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN

vT Besides the partial fence which ev cost price of her war with Prussiain and sometimes a chance to die before House of Representatives of the Legis-
becomes more and he is detected, and rather conveys lature of the :State:! of Florida.
ery day more
1870.71 ; the Prusso-Auetrlan the Idea that nobody else Is capable of R. A. IIARDEE.
I the tine (InCOl'pomtollnnder the Laws of the State of Floiida.
I dilapidated, growth of war cost $330,000,000; the RUSBO- filling his place; while on the other )

unsightly weeds Is intermixed with Turkish war, $125,000,000. England's hand, a man who Is elected to a county Authorized capital, $100,0

s large sheets of wrapping paper South African spat cost her office has to a great extent, if not entirely For Tax Assessor. Paid capital $25,0
to sacl'lflceother Interests, which IUP ,
than which looks
nothing more untidy
S $8,770,000, and her Afghan "break- would be difficult If not Impossible to
and which thence blown hereby announce myself a candidatefor Average deposits, $300,0
are "
fast In short
spell, $12,250,000.( re-establish. And It takes time and I Tax Assessor of Urevard County,
41 t all over the streets, where they remain since the' opening of the troublesin labor to become familiar with the Intricate Florida, subject to the decision of the
tossed hither and thither duties of an office. In order to run .t Banki!
by the Crimea the world's wars Democratic primary election. I will Transacts a General
It for the benefit and! convenience of the :r
the winds until merciful climate their W
a thank friends for support.
have cost in alone $13- my
I money public. So the rotation theory, while It
iI finally rots them. The summer is 265,000,000, or a sum which if him its commending clause, at the same JOHN HENRY. i : Business,

L'' upon us, so let one and all pull together equally divided l, would give to every time works to a disadvantage both to

and clean up their lots, man, woman and child on the the office) holder as well aa the public. For Treasurer. Largest and Oldest! Bank on the Hi
h Both sides of that should bewell -
question ?
plant out more shade trees and _
globe a present of a $10 bill. l considered. Hungry[ cattle 'standing t
make Titusvllle look as neat and 1 outsuie through the feuceReat the ndvlce of some of my numer DIRECTORS!
clean it peeping BY friends, I announce myself as a S jArl.PmTCHAROW.B.BARNltTTlre: ( ; ,l'''
ns possible-making a corn-fed beeves from the public crib ),J
of the :national Hunk of Jacksonville
: credit to our people and a pleasure 'CANAIGRE.The get desperate, and now and then make a candidate for County Treasurer, to be DUKKKK (Vlce-Prllsldent National lljyl,!
: to visitors. Our Town Council rush on the fence, and unless it is well voted for at the next county election, -.. Jacksonville), W. S. GRAHAM and \ .
I staked, they smash through, and away and will thank my friends< for their sup- BKOWJI.MIC01 .
cannot do much without money, gratifying results which goes Mr. corn-foil beef to tho slaughterhouse port. Respectfully, CORRKSPONDKNTS.<

but our residents can fill in a deal 1 have been obtained from the growthof : so I will say to you public crib CHR. F. FISCHER. :National! Seaboard Bank National of Jacksocville.W. Hank of New. York

t: ; of their spare time by putting their canaigre in Orange county and beneficiaries, keep two eyes on your TI'EUVILLE
places in good order. elsewhere, would mark it as one of public crib, and about three on your For Tax Collector.I ,
fences. There seems to be shortage In I ,
the coming crops of the state. offices to meet the desires of the people; -- ---

This plant which wild in and I would l to have J. HltX. ? '[. PAPWORT
TUB greater portion of our Indian grows suggest us a remedy hereby announce myself aa a candidate _
p River Guards does not seem Arizona and New :Mexico: belongs the members of the legislature Increase for re-election to the office of
to the same as the common their number, so that every man who Tax Collector, subject to the decision of
to realize how near it is getting to genus South Florida
wants an office can go to the legislature.We the Democratic primary election. Wholesale bus
encampment. A company of 12 dock. The routs are very rich in would then have those chronic office-

men attending drill just a week tannic acid, and in the southwest hunters out of the way, for the time be- Respectfully yours.
the sliced driedin ing, and at the same time have no apprehension E. W. HALL. ""'-'V. T.
before that event takes place is roots are gathered, :HZI: : Xj cSs CO.
the sun and shipped to the East about their doing us any
4 very poor showing. Of course! ,
good or harm, provided history repeats For ESTABLISHED 1873. -
and to Europe to be used for tan.
there are men whose employment Itself. MONT< HAKUEK.C11Q1 .

makes it impossible for them to ning. In some localities) factories hereby announce myself aa a candidate Doors Sash and Blinds and Builders''
attend afternoon drills, but there' have been built to extract the tan- REPORTS ALONG THE I for the office of County Attorney ,
nin from the roots which is then subject' to the action of the
are who could attend if they
many EAST<: COAST.The .
rP til would but who make the poorest shipped in barrels. The plant has Democratic primaries.R. FREEMAN HALL. y Materials of all Kind

kind of excuses to stay This been experimented with at the
besides unfair away. Florida Experiment Station, with following crop reports along the SAN.F'WC: .n, F'LORIjB: : .
on men
East Coast are culled from the Citizen: For County Clerk.
''I ; who do attend drill regularly, is the following treatment and result -
OR.IO: Planted in three
liable to make our cowpanythe : rows feetI"ort
Potatoes are the only vegetable again otter myself as candidate for .
poorest: at camp, and spoil the and two feet apart in the crop I re-election to tho office of County
from this and few MIAMI
shipped place, only a
i LP record of Company C, which has row ; about a shovelful of manure Clerk, subject to the decision of the -
barrels of them. The recent *
each root. drought Democratic primary election.A. .
; 4i heretofore always managed to was given They grewat
made bad work. Loss than ono-tlilrd of
bloom and A. STEWART.
hold its own with credit to its once, giving some
officers and men. To have a well seeming; perfectly healthy and well the crop will be fit to ship.

1 drilled, presentable company, regular adapted to their new quarters.The HOI.I.Y IIILL. For County Treasurer.To .
'! t attendance at drill is abso- seeds were ripe iu :May: and No garden truck was shipped from Town Lots Now on SaleA.

lutely) necessary, and no member soon after the leaves turned yellow this place or neighborhood owing to the the Voters at the Democratic Primaries

should object to a little personal and died. There were no signs of long drought. The people have received :

Inconvenience to be We life above the ground during the good prices!! for the peas and strawberries I hereby offer myself as a candidate
present. In the fall leaves raised for the local markets. The total for re-election to the office of Treasurer E. KINGSLEY
do not suppose any of our bo'swish : summer. again of Brevard County. I refer to my General Agent For
to return from Jacksonvillewith appeared, and grew well all the area, however Is very small. record during the past; and, If elected, ,

the stigma. of having been the winter. They were somewhat damaged BoNAVKNruRH.Truck will give to the duties of the office the

worst company in camp, but they by freezes, but recovered immediately growers at this place have name as diligent in the pastYour attention and watchfulcare Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle

1 run a great risk of being so by and made a good growth. raised an acre and a half of beans!!, half ) obedient servant,

4 their remissness in attending drills.A Thd seed again ripened in May au acre of tomatoes, and quarter of an ARTHUR T. FEASTER.

1895 and the plants died down to acre each of cabbages, lettuce, pent and CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn

the ground. Upon examination it potatoes. Th shipments have amounted For Sheriff.

WAR FEELING AFLOAT. was found that the old roots had to- about 100 crates of beans, fifty all parts of the Town. Carefully Selecte

increased in size, and many new crates of tomatoes, seventy-five crates of candidate
hereby announce myself a
t The agitation for an increase in ones were formed. The ground pets, twenty barrel-crate of lettuce fifteen I for the office of Sheriff of Brevard Fruit and Vegetable Lands on

our navy is the result of a desire was kept free from weeds and a barrels of potato, and a small County, Florida subject to the actionof .

1 for'war, which is at present dominating shovelful of manure given once a quantity cabbage. The crop. were' the primary elections and respectfully Ilnn1.1 River mind Bay Bisc yJlC
ask the support of my fellow citl-
our people. To read some year. late, and the drought out them half off.I' ten. Correspondence' Solicited from
of the flaring head lines in some i Capt. Jarvis and Mr. Ingrabam, Not much trucking is done here, but JOS. P. BROWX. Actual Investor and Settler

1 (' of our newspapers it seems likely of the Florida East Coast Railway C what little produce was raised this year City Point, Fla.:, May 12, '00. Main Office, Hotel Miami, MIAMI' FLORIDA



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. O. Fries, W. W. Russell
W. H.
.tIu ter, Sebastian Lankes- the roads out their having been
; M. A. I way
J Costa bt. AUgU8- made entirely by themnelves. Their request -

. i pineapples] are looking fine since the tine.Mr.. I should be granted, particularly] ] as L--------- G. G. SPRINGER last week. Stanley made a business it is a very moderate one. -
rain! trIp to Potsdam ands
M,, J. T. Snell and family have goneto the St. Lucie river this various week. points on At the last meeting of the Board of SIMMO S
their Bovine plantation] to spend the Aldermen an ordinance was passed setting -- Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of -
A *
i?' > Iarde Co. are still shipping forth the advantage of cutting down I

tummer Mrs. Kate Stewart Is visiting her sis- flnllookte]; ,'rint"Ie8They very! wagon. have a the town, and.limits empowering by excluding the certain territory to- I I'

Mrs. Dasher Magruder, in Banyantill cIlIl1n election!' to that end. In mayor accordance ICE: AND j

week. river, solicitingshipments the of St.pines Lucie for\ therewith Mayor Koexch has causeda I ; ,)II.

Mr, Joel Scott will soon complete his Hunt & Co., of Boston. proclamation to be )pouted calling an H-.__--
residence. lIe expects to move to election June 0 I. for the purpose of vote REGULATORTHOr =-
new In about two weeks. Messrs. Hall & Edwards have opened ing on ho question The piimary ob
u Banyan a meat market, and we are now able to ject in thus curtailing the town limits Is Distilled
Mr. C. D. Provost, the live merchantof gel Chicago steak! to our hearts' content. to l'nILbcel'taln] homesteaders to prove WaterRefrigerators ;
Lotus gets a good trade from Banyan up] which! they cannot do while their
and we predict bis patronage from i.2LUl ty"fl.ve negro tie cutters arrived homesteads! are within the corporate BEST
c will not ]less Tuesday on the southbound: limits. Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers.
(his vicinity grow ; : train, to cut Men for the Clncin-passenger It Is presumed there will be no SPRING MEDICINEs ,

Capt. Henry Casper says he Is not natus & Sebastian railroad. question opposition of, justice as the matter to those is who merely have] a FACTORIES...... 1t,
Nalde and will sail the
the !
r .Veniesls afraid of l 1.1 the 4th of July] regatta at thM Sebastian. S- Itching river Ls so opening that the a store on complied respects. with the homestead law in all forget SIMMONS to take LIVER It. REGULATOR.Now Is the time Don't you Cocoa suul West Pulm Beach. ,
Cocoa. on the railroad will\ not have to need It most to wake up your Liver. A -- .- .. ..- _. .. ..
walk to '- -- --
understand Mr. J. R. Carter has town to get supplies. sluggish Liver brings on Malaria, Fever
We Mr.

cold He will his place build at and Tropic move to to Mr the Merrill.place, ching will have charge of the Stanley business.Kit- St. Lucie- River 'Us anil week. which Ague health., Rheumatism shatter Don't the ,constitution and many the other and J. S. Smith: Jr., & Co. ,

7 forget word
purchased from Mr. J. I. San.
recently [ We have been having some refreshing REGULATOR. it is '
Remember the AbvocATK / very SIMMONS LIVER DEALERS
just south of the canal.R. Titus IX -
len, vii e, docs all kinds of job printing. Give showers ]lately-just what the REGULATOR you want. The word REGULATOR
C. Creech says he met lots of candidates us a share of your work.] pineapples needed. distinguishes It from all other
while at the convention In Titus- emedles. And besides this SIMMONS
dlle, and that they are all good, honorable week The for schooner the Bahamas Queen with left here last LIVER REGULATOR is a Regulator, of the BRICK I :::
quite a number
ii free-hearted! gentlemen. lIe has Jensen. of board. Liver, keeps it properly at work, that your .
ila preference, however, and will vote passengers on system may he kept' In good! condition.

for the best men when the time comes. Fishing Is still very good down here FOR THE BLOOD take SIMMONS ,

Miss Richards of Ocala] spent Wednesday and is likely] to continue so for the balance .IVER REGULATOR it is! me best blood Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc. Etc. }
of last week with Miss Bertie Soren- of the month. urifier and corrector. Try It and note ,
Canaveral.The sen. he difference. Look for the RED Z AOKNTS FOR Will always give very lowest prices'

Capt. and Mrs.\ Hogg gave quite a nice m every package. You wont find It on HOME[ !: BRICK CO., Rome, Oft. and .
Archdeacon B. F. Brown will conduct picnic on the Oth to about 22:/:. of their my other medicine, and there Is no other COLLINS" BUICK CO. Atlanta prompt shipment
rain ]lost week was Episcopal] fla. Give us your orders and we -
very welcome services at the schoolhouse] on friends. The day was spent at the Iver remedy like SIMMONS LIVER THE CAROLINA guarantee
Rod vegetation; looks much better for it. Wednesday afternoon next, the 20th beach, and was much enjoyed by all.
Mr. G. De G. Schuyler has refitted Inst., at 3 o'clock.A Je sure you get It. OFFICE: WAREHOUSE: ;

and launched the Enl King once more. musical and literary entertainment J. II. Zvlllii & Co., Philadelphia, I'm 138 East Bay Street. McConlhe Block. -rJ I It +t
The May day picnic and festival at will be given by the choir of the Episcopal - -- Telephone S84.JACKSONVILLE. Telephone. 9dt.: t q .
well attended and church, assisted l by outside talent at : FLORIDA.
Artenln was passed ,
Norton White and others were aboard
the Al]
off very pleasantly.] Fresco hotel], on the evening' Robert Smith made a trip to Mlc- the train. assistance .. ..
\ 21st was rendered -
May beginning at 7.'HO::! o'clock. An
co on Saturday returning Monday.Mr. ( .
3Tr. Chas. Chamberlain] who has been Interesting programme Is being to the Injured who were taken
visiting his uncle Mr. O. W. Mackenzie and an enjoyable time Is antici prepared \ Ocor Washburne and Albert from under the debris. A Fertilizer for Fruit. .it
left here for his home in Elizabeth, New pated. Tickets and reserved seats may Carroll]] went up to Melbourne\ ) Monday.Mr. Engineer Fleming was running at the c.- '

Jersey, last week: be had by applying to l\Ir.1t.1\I. llibbert, \ E. Taylor] has boen spending several rate of fusty miles! an hour, the usual 1
and neared
speed as he Anderson stationhe
The prospects are good for a large crop I of Jensen. days at his home at Eau Gallia slacked] up slightly. Ills tender suddenly .- ..... ,,. ""The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer .

palmetto berries this year. A num. !Mr. C. W. Bolton spent Sunday at ] left the track and it was followedby vii

her of parties here would be glad to [Send the ADVOCATE an order.for any Grant, visiting the f.ll11l1yof Mr. J. B. nil i I tho cars of the train, which quickly :Jrl.oe: : $Q .0o :JPor: Ton..
gather them if they are wanted. job printing you need.] Well ] turned over on their sides. Tho engine -
remained: on the rails and immediately (( GUARANTEED ANALYSTS :........
Why is it that our County Commissioners Mr. and Mrs. II. C,. Starclc and their ] backed to the wrecked train.. As Moisture :. . . . ... .8 to 10 Per Cent.!

Ills road hare work not here paid?K.He M. finished Benham the for Roseland.Now daughter, and will Lena be absent have gone several down days.to Jensen soon as tho result wax observed Engineer ,Ammonia. . ,'I.g' to tI.. "
Flouting went to Savannah with
work three months ago and sent his bill / rhosphoitu Acid" . ,,5 to II" 4,
to the commissioner of this district, but The party given by Miss Vlrgillno Carroll his tondmk'HH engine, and within fOIty'lIve Potash (Actual), . . ,II to 8 "
minutes the
that have after accident it was "
has heard in we a ferry ]here, there! on Tuesday evening was well at
nothing regard to it. Is to the officials] and Mnilo exclusively! from ] Cotton Send l Nitrate Sod 1'1'J '
considerable travel on the county tended. Music was furnished by Messrs reported thorn a llilght Meal of Blood, Dono .
Mrs. A.. D. F. Compton son and road. :Smith and Near Parties at Malabarare special relief train was sent on its way Dissolved 1'h""I'III'h') ; Kino Ground/ Tobacco' tilt+nrs, and! Sulphate] of 1'otaitU. 1'I
daughter returned to Titusville by mail The getting to bo quite frequent. to the steno of the wreck. 1r.r:: Write for directions for lining nml further' particulars' ; also ask for I
boat on Friday after spending a few mosquitoes are treating us quite The wreck was as complete as any accident copy of "Kconomlcnl: Keitlllzlng for 1<"l'ult.Vo curry a large stuck of all Pertlll
days here on the beach fishing shell ,. kindly so far, but the homo tiles are so Interest still grows In the literary so could] make It. The escape of the ''zul'1\Il1tol'll1l. (Cotton 1'\1..11\.0111.' l Tolmcco Dust, I'otallh. etc. Write fur prices bo-
hunting, etc. They report excellent numerous had that the mosquitoes ]have not ciety. On Saturday night there wore passengers with their lives was miraculous. tore buying. Wo neck tho growers undo direct.
fishing at the pier. yet a chance. seven visitors from Grant one from Tlio women and children that WILSON &
Mr. W. Gibson has finished pruning West Palm Beach and' one from! Hobo were huddled] together under tho timbers
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Demaree of Ponce the Ruttuer orange grove and has Sound. made an awful] scene. The screamsof The Fertilizer House of Florida
Park Fla. Mr. and gone ,
; Mrs. II. II. Ray
the turror-Htrlckon and the cries of
mond, Dawson N. D., and Dr. J. J. Finn a few to days.his homestead, at Woodley for 1Ir.V.. M. Groonleaf] of Citrus county, the wounded wore heart rending Jacksonville Fla.
has been spending the week visiting ut
arrived in this place
very unexpectedly a to the killed
week or so ago. Dr. Finn went to his Mr L. C. Moore our hotel proprietor, the home of Mr. C. C. Carroll. He has Strange outright was say a child only, the]person daughter of 1

homestead, and the rest of the partywere expects to start for Chicago on Friday, just finished n successful term of school] Mrs. Nathans, of Brunswick, nIL, who
guests of Mr. E. J. Burns for a few the 15th inst., where he has large interest at Jlolie Sound and Is on his way home although Injured herself! ] wan fnintlo F red 'k.! S. Morse
to spend his vacation.
days.Mrs. in the tea business. Ills wife intends when she saw ]her little one killed\ ] bo- xx

L. A. Mackenzie expects to sail stopping with her val'ents-1\Ir.\ fore her eyes. The body had not yot ,
for :New> York on the 27th inst. Mrs. L. and Mrs. John Goode of Melbourne] -foi' Fort Pierce.Mr. been taken from under tho wreckedcars. .I

C. Schuyler and Mr. and Mrs. G. De the the present summer, but will in probably the mountains spend partof 01 I :eE.AI.I. EST .TE., '
Grassa Schuyler] and Infant also expectto As quickly as the Injured were taken "
leave here for New York in about five Tennessee. Frank Everett loft for Miami; ]last from the train those who were badly
MI.4LMI:: :Jado Oc>. F-LOXl.JJ.A.:: : :
weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Y. King and week. hurt were sent In ambulances to the ,
KID leave for their Massachusetts home Savannah Hospital.] Many\ who wore I
about the middle] of June. Mr. Edward Eau Gallie.The Wo now have a now fish company here, only slightly hurt wore taken In chargeby AGENT FOR LANDS OF ___ :
from Eat Gallic.
Johnson has gone to his old home in relatives or friends.

:Sew Jersey for a few months.! Board of Aldermen will meet Saturday The pineapples] are looking splendid] The Pullman sleeper Dalmntla was Florida I"tt Const Railway Company, '
evening for the transaction of in this suction. turned over on Its lido] and the porter,
special business. II. R. Green, colored] ], was scalded by the Floilda East Coast Canal .Transportation\ \ Company, $
Miami.Mr. Mr. Fred Metis returned from Lantana upsetting of the bulTet. heater Con "Boston A Florida Atlantic] Count/ Land Company

Rev. C. A. White will preach to the Tuesday morning.The ductor Coffin wan unhurt Only two ... .. ---.--
Methodist congregation at the Union aboard the sleeper Mrs'
tratloboat Norma, Capt. McLean passengers ,
too. Oleason] of Eau Gallic church next Sunday.The was hero for a few days the end of the N. I. Gottlieb and child of Ocala: who
spent from Tuesday until Saturday lastat schooner Emily B., Capt. John week were only slightly hurt. The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.

Miami. Baird, from Key West to Jacksonville, The chief engineer, who was on board, ,
Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold
could not state the cause of the accident
called In here last
The canal has been dredged, and vessels week. divine services here on Thursday, :21st. but tho presumption In that It was :f7. 15TJaLOW, GI on'1: :.sanaa01-: i '
drawing: eight feet can pass through Messrs. Toombes and Ford went to inst., at the Baptist church In the evening duo to spreading: of the rails.
it easily Cocoa last Friday on business and pleasure ] at 7:30.: All are cordially Invited to The derailed cars tore up the track (LATE CHAPMAN A SUDLOW.)

Mr. O. Howes, of West Palm] Beach bent, returning with a fine moss ot attend. for a dlstnnro of about 80O foot Mon South Jacksonville Florida. '

was In Miami a few days last week, look. crabs. Last Thursday was n gala day in town day it was repaired: and] by II(i o'clock

log after property. Mr. and Mrs.\ Geo. F. Paddlson were booming /guns denoting the aulval of traffic was resumed MANUFACTURER OF -

Mrs. J. in Jacksonville this week, purchasing Mr. W. J. Tucker, our respected towns .
2J" Lummus is of the ]
ono pleasant -
young married ladles who is mak- furniture for their new house, which is man and democratic delegate to the FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and
log many friends on the bay. almost ready for occupancy.Our county convention. A large number of Where to Get "Advocate.. ,
his enthusiastic constituents met
Mr. J. b. Walton, of Titusville; paidour young friend John Near left here and conducted him through the town, TitUHvllle, Dr. J. B. Screvcn, Vegetables and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material
town a visit last week, and he was Tuesday on his trim little boat Hattie amid resounding cheers and tossing up Mrs.\ Emma .:a1on. ,
quite pleased with this section. N., to make a solitary trip to Daytona, of liatH. The cannonading was kept up West Pam] Beach Anthony Bros.
Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dost Kanit Etc. Also
The where he will remain a month or so. till the small hours of the morning, The INDIAN UIVKK AUVOCATB will boon ,

number'excursion of excursionists train brought hereon, \ Monday quite a Judge M. S. Jones was here ]last Friday when free! drinks was served and all sale] at the above newsagents' stands The Tam: : >'U.s :hard-Timole/: : ; 13rcincl.:
on legal business leaving for Titus drank to the health] of the delegate.] every Friday or Saturday. morning, price
night, but not so many as were ex Ammonia, . . ,,4toRpereent//
pected. ville Saturday. The genial disciple of: Good will and good cheer was the predominating Sets per copy. Available PhC>M. Acid.. ,(tI I to H per cent J Far JfJiirt.OO' Per Ton.

Mr. Coke and Blackstone is always a welcome feature. The crowd quietly I'otiwli K 0. ,(n to 7 per cent )
Wm. M.\ Brown has returned to visitor. dispersed each to their respective home
luusvllle., He was getting quite ere the stars began to fade., In the IntcrcHtx of f'lrwlllllte"] Highest Commercial] Value] given our brand] In the ]last Bulletin. Write for I
hr down this and popu- Hotel du Nil and Sarno present a som I'lIcoH. Orders for :2. tons and upward for our brand will be delivered free/ of all
we were to
lose him way sorry bre appearance these days but it In froitflit charges to any J'alh"oll.llIelot on the Kant Coast at catalogue pricey, until
rumored that a change will soon take Bonaventure.Orange On Tuesday] last, the steamer Delia further notice.DUREN. .
Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle] received a ]large place. This property could be made one ]left Went 1'nlm Beach! for the terminus .. -. _...- I N
cargo of lumber from Pensacola the first lot the mast desirable hostelries] In the ; work on the St. Lucks Hlver-trannport-

of the week. It was brought here on Sunny South.Archdeacon. groves are being worked and Ing pineapples. :Several] alterations] have & FEASTER....,.
the schooner boen made for .
Samuel Edgerton. look well. to her, making more room

Business Mrs. Tuttle is certainly] a thorough Episcopal service B. F. Brown at the will Casino officiateat next Dr. W. E. Garland] made] a. trip toRockeljo the probably crates, bo of shipped pineapples over the which East. CoastLine :will, GROCERIES, FRUITS & VEGETABLES. Florida and i .

woman. She left here on Wednesday Sunday.. Morning service at 10:30: ; evenIng ] ] on Wednesday, returning! the from Sobastlon. The Della Is In
morning last for Jacksonville;; service at 330. Bible talk at the same day. command of Captain Fromhurger.Married Western Meats of All Kinds Crockery, Glass and Tinware.
w"ought a carload of cots, and returned residence of Mrs. Wm. Treutler at 7 The tomato crop ill light in this place, Your latroDalo Kollcltfd.!
Miami the next day. A cordial welcome] to all services. .
p. m. owing to the long drought early in the TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA..

We understand that Mr. Glen] Strohm Among those who took advantage of! spring. at .Jupiter. .
of ] -- -- -
last Palm Beach expects to have the excursion rate to Miami, ]last Monday Col.! D. Edgerton]/ has had launched
came" small tenement houses built at were Mr. and Mrs. 8. I). Geiger, of his sloop-yacht Vixen, which has beenon
tide On Thursday of ]last week Mr. James
'"Sfor place as well as A two-story build- Titusville and :Mr. John McAllister ol the ways at Cocoa for several months. W. Cronk the well known and popular] GOOD FERTILIZER CHEAP !
offices and a restaurant. Tropic, who have been guests at Hotel!]
Weather Bureau observer wan married
Granada for several days. Mr. J. II. Parker killed a rattlesnake! ,
the Five o'clock teas in connection with Wednesday afternoon measuring about at Jupiter to Mrs. Lucy D. !Miller. Mrs.
Vllel'd] Club are very enjoyable Mr.\ M. F. Mount left for Washington six feet. He did not get tangled up Miller wa i a.. former resident! rf Titus
and the members-com posed of some of City last Thursday, tube gone indefi! with a fence this time.ItAILILOAD villa, where she has many friend The
our most charming ladles-are having nitely. Mr. Mount carrier with him the ADVOCATE wishes the happy couple] a LITTLE :aaos.....
tea woe jolly times. Recently a five o'clock good-will and best wishes of a host of long life of unalloyed bliss and happi- j
} Was given' OD the balcony] Hotel] friends here, at Melbourne, and other ACCIDENT nesll.
Ilaml. and among the ]ladies! present an places on Indian River' where his genial FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
ADVOCATE made hint\ a I
correspondent noticed the wit and ready good-nature :
( On the Florida Central and THY Scott's -
following: Mesdames A. E. Klngsley, welcome guest and a pleasant companion. dyspepsia '
G'r; F..ilcKlnley, C. Keys, E. B. Chapln May fortune smile upon him eiilnsular It'y. for palpitation nervous of exhaustion the heart. For 111by] and 02 Saol: .,etonvillo; F1a., ;
; Woodhall], E. C. Cox, J. M. Mc- wherever ]he folds his tent. Are Offering Their
Kinley' ; And the Misses Fannie Tuttle] The north-bound passenger train on l". K. Chaffee A Co., Tltusvlllo, Fla.; -
and koraldine Montgomery. Mr. E. S. Randall, who has dwelt the F. C. 4 P. tt'y, leaving Jacksonvilleat *1.00 per bottle.DlMHOlutlon I "All Around ::E3r aD.d."
among us so long that we have come to 7SJO: Monday morning, was derailed at .
consider him one of us, left last Tuesday Anderson a small station about nine of 1'urtnernlilp.
tor his home In Boston Mass. miles south of Savannah at nooa of the at the Exceedingly Low Price off
Sebastian. "Jen," as he U popularly called will same day. One persoa was killed and -
spend the summer north, and return ]lens To all whom It may concern : .
many were more or Injured. 'l. .. .'1. ttt35 Poi' To'
early in the fall. Ills friend and boon train the No. 38 and that the
*r. :N. T Scott of Is in town.wifrFrjtz The was regular Notice Is hereby given partnership -
companion, )Ir. J. Arlington Gilbert is was' In charge of Conductor J. Z. Glass, heretofore subsisting betweenB.
) Light has accepted a position left disconsolate.The ] with Engineer D. D. Fleming] at the Kltchlng; and J. C. Frink, under the I Ammonia. ,5 to 0 percent. "
S. Kitching. residents of Bovine and others throttle.] The train wan carrying 1. OpngeMl. style or firm of Kltchlnir & Frlnk, i. this Guaranteef Analysis, Available] Thonphorlo Acid 4 to 6''. "
Actual Potash .3 to 4
We and children dissolved mutual '
tlJ are now working to the tune of constantly using the Lake Washington men, women day by consent. "
horse fly and mosquito road, are talking Improving the and nearly] all were bound for (Savannahto The business will be continued b/ the Manufactured from the Purest Ammonlat, Super-phosphates, and PoUuhe
)Cr. l4Pnard this summer, by filling In the low' place, attend the interstate military drill, said B. Kltchlng, who will settle all outstanding Nothing better. for Pineapple. Vegetables] and present condition of the Orange
Howard in In and will send a representative U the which was opened there. An engine accounts. Trees.
tb"n IQ at cia T*' to take charge of County Commissioners at their next mall car, baggage car, two passenger :. All persons Indebted to the firm of A fiDe stock of all kinds of Fertilizer Materials constantly on hand.
OAtollce' at this place. meeting to uk that the county aid themIn coaches, and a Pullman ear comprised Kltchlng A Frlnk will please settle the Write for Pamphlet and Prices.

"Tie arrival at the Palm House this building a good road. These people the Ill-rated train. of the road same with B. Kltchlng. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.,
Dr. L. B.
-w'e : N. T. taxes, and the county h. 31. Boyd surgeon Signed: KITCIIIMO.
O Eden Scott Neoga; J. accompanied bj Doctors Welcliselbaam, J. C. FKIJCK. Jacksonville, Fla.
:Yew Smyrna; Fritz Light, J. Sever laid out a dollar for their benefit



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FOR HIS. HEALTH. f ....., ..,'' .'*' . ........11. .'.... .....v,,.. .... .. "
but ewec or discovered that many of the queer medical -
found lu old English
Word.In DURHAM, N. C. $ ,
the of Texas there German books come from the ancient CARBO-DIGESTIVE

some communities early days iii which almost were every A't' Dear SinYou Egyptians. They ,were not known to Tomatoes, Melons, Cabbage

citizen had left big former home on .T To a FR E E from are your entitled wholesale to receive.dealer the Greeks, but were spread from Salerno COMPOUND Turnips Lettuce, Peas Beets

account of some disgrace scandal or WHITE STAR SOAP with allBlackwell's the great medical school of the role Onions, and all Vegetables '

criminal charge. Several of these gathered the die ages/ to which] they must have come remove

in a room one evccing and agreed and Arabic tittnslatlons. large quantities of Potash
through Coptic Remedy for
that they won Id tell the true story of : Genuine Positively the one from the soil. SupplyPotash

how they came to go to Texas so a Star Merch Dttf ---- the Treatment of
reporter was informed by Colonel James Durham Smoking Pure blood is the safeguard pf health. NERVOUS EXHAUSTION

'Allon, a well known citizen of the Lone Tobacco Keep your blood pure rich and full of
Star State. The first speaker had been youibuy. One bar vitality by taking! Hood's Sarsaparilla Simple and Aggravated forms of
of soap Free with each pound. and will not fear the attack of dis ,
t bank cashier and wag aocnned of embez you DYSPEPSIA, ANI
whether .6 8 oz.
oz.- d oz.. or
zlement. Another had escaped from an Who D Retail 11 :a oz., packages.We PALPITATION THE HEART. in liberal quantities by the use
injured husband. Another had been
notified Hood's Pills cure liver Ills constipation -
have .. every ....... of fertilizers containing
charged with bribery in an election. sale dealer ID the United State.TDB'ACCD jaundice sick headache, billounneBHlleudiuhH Are no
Another had killed a man aa he claim. Does your food sour after eating: less than actual
that we will supply them with soap confused. and excited; ? Do \o% Pot-
ed. In self defence. All had told their to give Order you easily
you FREE. a good tired and un
Puln Pllla. the morning/ ash. Better and
stories the QEINUI&E r r-iirl? art MIleB1 you get up In more profit
except most prominent man supply of DURHAM at and with a bad tate In the
of the town. once and Insist on getting your refreshed, able yields are sure to followOur

"There is nothing sensational in my soap. One buof Soap FREE with The first week's bag of the JIaharajrl mouth there l'h a dull cloudy sensation, at- pamphlet! are not sjdvertUIng clrculin boon.

coming to Texas."be said. "I came for each pound you. buy. .Soap I* of Cuch Beliar's shooting party was five tended by disagreeable feeling In the lag epecial rertllirers,but are practical works,cop...
offered for a limited time order las; latest reeearche'on the inbjcct of fertilization
o nmi
my health. to-day. Your tigers/ one bear, two rhinos and two bill head and eyes? *nally helpful to farmen. They are teat fre't' f,
"For your health?" very truly, /aloes. The best day's sport produced Are you irritable and restless ? 1M 1r'GERMAN

"Yea. I knew that I did not have : BLACKWELL'S DURHAM three tigers, one rhino and one bear. Does your heart thump climbing and cause a High you !,j KALI Hawaii WORKS St.,Now Yuri
more than two weeks to live unless I to gasp for breath after

charged climate and I oame to Texas, I I TOBACCO COMPANY. of stall's f .. 1 ".
where I have entirely regained Does It distress you to lie on the en The Largest and Most Complete
my ,, If yon hays any difficulty In procuring" veiir Choice aide ?
health. I seep cue out this netlos and and It with dimnessof Establishment South.
Impaired memory
your order to your wholesale dealer.THE '. Wines, Liquors Have you
Then a man who had not been noticed and
UII of mind gloomy
t ____ es oar vision, depression
v -------------- --- -- '--
,', arose and said : and Cigars forebodings: ?'' GEO S HACKER &

p "The colonel tells the trnth. He JACK RABBITS FOR COURSING. Guaranteed Pure. These symptoms mean that you are SONManufacturers ,
would only Lave lived two weeks. lie FASHION PLATE. suffering/ from Dyspepsia und Nervous

"'1 t was sentenced to be hanged and escaped. Bald to Ha Greatly Superior to the English Sold at reduced Exhaustion.

I was there then, but I ain't saying a The dainty French toque is again avery ll.r. For That Parp_. prices There Is no other remedy extant that

" word as there are reasons for my not favorite head covering. The port of rabbit coursing Is receiving Imported. has done so much for this class of trembles I

corresponding with people buck in Illi Violet velvet hats and bonnets trimmed a new impetus ginoe the Kansas Cherry: Cordial as I

1 nois."-Washington fetar. with violet pennies and violets. are black tailed jack rabbit has entered tbe from Amsterdam. Scott's Carfco-Digestive

J in high vogue.Perhaps arena. Not until quite recently has the

He Bad the Coon.: the moot graceful and elegantof coursing fraternity been aware of the John B. Togni, "'-.J Compound 1

il Cere's a Georgia story with a moralto all the winter models in fur wrap lethe great superiority of the jack over the Metropolitan Saloon 123: East Bay St..

its A party constating of hunters style called the Rejane pelerine.' cotton tail rabbit or the English hare for If your case has resisted the usual

B i dogs, axes and torches galore had been Two button this purpose. Kansas jack rabbits are JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Wholesale methods of treatment we particularly
coat. 'of
+II e hunting for a good part of the night cheviot. made with cutaway a deeply notched rough collar now greatly in demand both, in this aoMl KetalU..... anxloiiw' to have you give thtoCompound

I without any lock whatever. Finally country and in England and live ones a trial.
aud medium sized melon and
)f'''t however the -dogs treed a coon tip avery sleeves are command a good price. The difficulty in We guarantee relief In every case
.. neat inexpensive: wraps for everydaywear. will\ cheerfully refuad your money shouldour
J' large tree. While discussing the catching them alive la very great, and FURNITURE -{ "* remedy fall to produce the most ofDoors
> subject of cutting down snob a large only one man In Kansas, so far as

f tree one of the many negroes volunteer A touch of brilliant! cherry rod in velvet -i known has given his undivided atten- gratifying Please remember results. that the appellation Sash :Blinds

I jI,' ed to climb the tree and investigate or satin is an accessory that is very tion to the work. WHOLESALE and RETAIL. Patent Medicine doe not apply toSCOTTS ,

whereabouts of hit ooonship. prominent in winter millinery and on Charles Payne familiarly known

I All agreed to this and sat around to fancy waists for both day and evening throughout the west as a hunter and CARBO-DIGESTCVbfPOUNll. Moulding, and Building Material

await developments.. Soon after the negro toilets. plainsman, baa been. jack rabbit enthusiast It is a prescription put up by a leading

i had disappeared among the branches Bats are this season worn in many instance for 'years, and it I. largely physician who has made stomach and Office and Warerooms King,, Opposite

f the attention of all was drawn to very so far forward as to nearly hide through his efforts that the merits of the nervous troubles a specialty for years. Cannon Street

peculiar sound emanating from the top the eyes and the forehead and hair com- animal for coursing purposes have become We court Investigation and earnestlyurge ,

of the tree. It was a kind of a mixture pletely-a style most trying to very so generally reoogniaed. The cap- all physicians to write us for the Charleston S. C.

of negro and coon dialect. Some one many persons. ture of live. jacks involves the purchaseof formula of Soott's Carbo-Dlgestlve Compound ,
f I ventured the remark. i Long wristed mousquetalre gloves of a great deal of expensive parapher that which we will alall themselves' oaap plica of-

, "Bill have you got that coon?" : mdresaed kid are again very much the nalia. Mr. Payne has two nets made of Ita lon,harmless they character may satisfy and excellent Sash Weights Cold and

'n. "Yas, sab," was the reply. "1'118 got fashion, being worn not only with stylish seine twine 5 feet tn height which virtues. ,

die her coon, but I wish you' u'd send walking and visiting costumes, butt when both are eitended, reach almost .

I f some o' dem darkies up her' to help me the opera and theater. across a section and made expressly: for SCOTT'S CARBO-DIGESTIVECOMITQUND .- Hardware.

c turn him IOOHO. "Atlanta*Constitution. Some of the newest blouses to wear catching live jacks. His method of entrapping

with handsome black skirts are made the live jacks is unique. It in Is the most remarkable remedy that Window and Fancy Glass
t -" D.e.ltlons.l' his usual custom when preparing for science has produced. It has suoooeded
with applique lace designs on black chif- the raid the rabbits to advertise where all other medicines Dave failed. A SPECIALTY.
l' Little Bub (at dinner)-Pop, what upon
ton, or black net delicately silk em- Sold druggists everywhere "1.00
'' does "faith hope trout" mean? broidered among the farmer boys the day upon
r in white more or less elabo bottle. Sent to any address- in
Which the jack rabbit drive II to take S per
this at the
Pop-Your ma bought pie rately. America on receipt of price.
"baker's OP "trust. Can ;you understand place. Don't that we cheerfully refund
.. There is quite a prevalence of the rich At the appointed time hundreds of forget not sfttisSac-
.than"Yes results
indeed." plum dyes among popular color. thiswinter country boy., mounted on ponies flock your tory. money Order If direct If your are druggist dIMs In
and where there is an _m-
to the rendezvous armed with fog horns,
"I 'hope there'll be enough to go not have 1t.Address .
:Around. Understand that?" blage of fashionable people one sees drums, bells and anything else that will all orders to

many gowns of heliotrope, mauve and make discordant mnaio. They are deployed ''1

"Oh year'"Well .Iolet.-New York Poet.NOVELTIES. in a semicircular line two miles CONCORD CHEMICAL MFC.,. CO.
we'll need 'faith' to enjoy it. FURNITURE of every description. Writs- Poor
It's mlnoe."-New York Weekly. in front of the net, and at a given signal for. prices. Freight paid on all orders ovw

from the marshal of the day the line '15.00. E. M. FRTTINO.' Topeka Kas.

t moves toward thenet, each man making St. JACKSONVILLE: It.LAI
Restaurant MarlaThere H Kant Bay
This season's paperweights are made all the noise possible. If the hunting Or For Sale by
II a restaurant or dairy. up with and calendar ------ ,
a compartment Co.TitusvllD: Healthmeans
grounds have been well selected the Fred S. Chaff & !
town that keeps an orchestra to discourse
pad. horsemen will have no trouble in Sheriffs Sale.
t neat and appropriate music while Matchboxes of silver have secret "bouncing" rabbits innumerable and -

P the guests struggle with the viands. locks which conceal a receptacle for a toward the net ALEX NEAR. KRNKSI-TAYLO. much than
the hours "When as they scamper away and by virtue of authority vested tn so more
busy play
During miniature. < followed pellmell by the farmer UNDER an execution Issued out of the Circuit
eager serious-and
the Swallows Homeward Fly" and Court for tbe Eleventh Judicial circuit NEAR & TAYLOR you imagine-
Sweet Tart Goodby." The New this season is the silver tobacco boys, the scene is one of great anima. or Florida., in favor of tile State Bank of Kanallie from
"Goodby. fatal diseases result
i jar which on its cover an ash Ul and against E. O. Vlvell and M. F. (Successors to John McAlliatar.)
favorite airs with the waiters are "We presents tion.The Mount, rendered on the llth day of April 180V
Never Speak as We Pass Pie" and receiver and1&looholllghter. rabbits, if they do not become for the sum of 1.7011.26 damages and .4 8O Well trifling ailments neglected.Don't .
confused by tbe noise and excitement c.ta. I will sell at public outcry at Kau! Gallie, Artesian Contractors
"Fare Well and Don't Forget Me."- A useful combination for the writing the net at almost Florida, where the Mid prnpeity Is now situated,. play with
bound toward
New York World. desk is the rocking blotter with stamp away within the legal hours of Mile on the first Mou- EAU CAUL1E. FLA.
and of them A D I8U6 the same being the first gift-health.
lightning speed many day in June ,
box: inserted in either end. at the top. saki described
day of month, the following
strike the net so hard that they break
Bow Sh. Caught Him. property, to-wit rt yousr.feelinltOut ;
The Brazilian lizard Java Hoard
their necks. Those that survive the shock and stool 1 China umbrella of sortsweak ,
One piano
Mr. Nioefellow-Do yon play or sing cassowary and monkey have. all contributed into the pockets which are ingeniously stand,2 rocking chain 3 tables, lounge( 1 p..... HODGES & GODFREY and generallyhanaled l ea',
4 Alias De Sweet skins for the making of this sea- camper bur mirror 1 clock,a vases,1 piece of Statuary 1. Browns ,iMnovi,
arranged for their reception, carpet, 1 clock 3. rugs, one lot of householdcrockery have no a*pctlie
Mill De Sweet-No, Mr. Nicefellow. ou's silver' mounted leather goods.'ewelers' .- and for them the jig is up. Rabbit ,1 swinging lamp, 4 chairs, I dimntable of : and can'._work Iall.,'
I 1 lot of prell8rvee1 sliver fruit stand I Manufacturers begin '"
1 have been kep"o busy helping Circular. .
sometimes die of not sufficient \hiBthemastrella.ble
fright, having silver sugar bowl 1 oh.r.1 gasoline cook stove, .
that I have never had time for magic strength to make the race for life. I lot of kitchen furniture 1 safe, 1 complete set Iron at..8ft..lor. !
"Miss De Sweet! Mabel! I love you.. of bed-room furniture beds,sheets and pillows, Yellow Pine Lumber medlclnewliKhlsBrown's Iron bitters. .
These rabbit drives are among the Boost I bedroom set of furniture.. I carpet and beild- .
: ,
Be mine I" -New York Weekly. popular sports ia which the prairie InK, gymnasium, loot and mattress, I A few bottles

i The Add.ad_ CURED) AT 73 YEARS.Dr. farmers indulge, and it is customary for and 1 writing."bedding desk, 1,set 1 sewing boat mils.machine, 1 carpet, 1 bedstead, I gun HOUGH A DRESSED, .. cornea ewe from benent the

) the organizer of the drive to provide a 1 schooner known as the"Cygnus"an. row boat. Orange Box Heads,. Bitters varyinhdoeetr
"Miss Bobleigh says she dreamed of Miles' new Heart Cure Victorious. Bald property will be sold to satisfy said exeitlon -"/ JM ,ft""
I'' me," laid Willie Wl hlnston. No other medicine show such a record. bounteous spread for hi. gratuitous and judgment and th e costs of this see Frmlt A Vegetable Crates.Lumber : pleasant toUkt.* .
Her !. a veritable patriarch 73 years of helpers.-Philadelphia Times. utlon,and my proceedings therein. delivered at part of Indian Rivet
"Indeed with strong prejudice to overcome, who Dated Tltusvllle lorUU. ,May 4th, 1806. any .
contemplatng -
t "Yes. And she also says that's the had Heart Ixiia iJ years. SI* took the Mew JAMES E. BOWMAN on through building: bill on the lading.East Coast Anyone,would dowel{to It Cures
I. last mince pie she's ever going to touch Heart Cure and la now sound and well. Careful of HI Fe lID. D. L. Oaulden Sheriff Brevard Co. write) rices. TIM Sawmill Is situated on the)
Washington Star. "Charley dear" said young Mrs. Attorney. may8-2 J.,T.& W. Ry.,9 miles south of Palatka. Dyspepsia. Kidney ..* Liver

b Tocker very gently, "it was kind and : Satsuma nights,Putnam co*,.Fla.W Neuralgia, Troubles*.

+ A $ympathy.moks. thoughtful of you, and I appreciate it Notice CotutlpaUon Bad Blood

Bh'koa-I thought you swore off ever so much but a man should never Malaria Nervous allmenUWomen'

i .Jan. IT but think of la undertake to .select anything for his In Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit H. GLEASON &: CO. complaints.Pelr .
+I GUulU'd-1 did [puff] ,
Wife to
wear. of Florida Brerard County, A D haacmesaa red
the; sacrifices those heroic people down "What do yon mean?" he asked in 18DO. IN ClIAHCEHY: Z ATTORNEYS IK LAND CASES. ll.e.onthewnpper. All others. are a.b.UI"t. -
in Cuba are making will youChica I I surprise. Preston White .. of lWO_atampa-a:
) ... Yea Wet"
will send .01 earlNa
Tribune. VS. 5 I. Bill for Divorce.
go "These buttons brought home for
von Views and book-free. /
I, Unmasked. me," and she held up half a dozen red ".... the ankUvrlt" of R. Freeman BROWN CHBNICAL CO. BALTIMORE MO.A
II' Hypocrisy poker chips. "I found them on the man IT Hall soncttor' for the plaintiff C. Preston AND PERFECTED.
"I didn't know Moseby: was to insincere in and I knew of White that the resident of the respondent -
: r telpiece your room Fanny White, In beyond the jurisdiction. of this
:1 I until
. tonight course, that had brought them court. vl>: In the State of Iitwa and that saUl ABSTRACTS BURNISHED AND RESURVEYS -
' "What now?" j home for me.'you respondent. Is over iyean"f and that there Orsr Profit Paying!
i I Florlla .
"I noticed him applauding the amateur la no person In the Sate-of .service upon OBTAINEDi. ; .
"Y-yon can't use them can you? horn would bind said seHH> it Is there-
f theatricals. "Chicago Record. tore ordered that. said r.s xmaient,Danny White,
"No. But I appreciate your thoughtfulness Defective Homestead and PreEruptionEntries itGee
...> appear at the Clerk s otJiee at Tltiuvlll. Step
,+ B..! ;just the same. You got them at Florida. ,on or before the lint day of June.A lMM > 'I' Corrected and PerfecteaV
The Chaplain's MM.
a bargain, didn't ?" to plead, answer or dnnur to the plalntlifs Claims adjusted before the- Depart; and
Bobby-Popper, what do they have a yon bill of complaint tiled herein and It Is fncthernlered oar Orsat Catalogue
ment at foreenainstampaaS
Urn- this notice be hi the Washington. sand It
,; :yea. that published n Quid. We/n
forr. ,
.man to pray for congress I "Well, you were cheated. I don't see iioiAH KIVKR ADVOCATE a newspaper pub. Correspondence solicited. '
Mr. J'erry-The7 don't fie takes a l( listed In said County of Hravard. for 1 sail- eon- pArte
how anybody who makes buttons could serntlve weeks from eM date hereof. EAU CALL1E. FLA. ,
look at congress and then prays for the SAMtrsb 0. tron. have. been so silly as to forget to put in Witness, the Honerabto John D. Broome, 700 Pages iaots Illustrations, .,.
Enquirer. udge of said court and the seal of aka eourt, that'sIn
401UItr-CSnciDDati Oran Lake Mich. Dee. M. IBM.abied the holes that the thread goes through al the( court house st. Tttiurille, 1'1....... Ibis bwrptlon..verytetng ougbt
I ban been with bear dUeaa' 1 1soa when them 7th day of May A 1>MM.Seal. Ifs; tells you' what you
sew on.
of the time 1 eo you WEAK MEN MADE VttMOUS or .
rsaee 01'11IO war whether buy of us
A.. you
The Actor's Demand. bad I' plie ..te emetot outlpta. And Charley said he would take them [ ] A. 8TEWAWT. pay geer.MOHI'O .
diee7 .pelle wool I. nUN faUID. b Clerk Clrcsdt Cenrt.mayftjunl bat profit from makerto
them, Washington
"Now to the salary""Fifty right back and exchange
as ; severe P&1 itatlon,shortness ot breath a..ud4. By C. R.Stewart D.C. CO
per cent,is .what shall expect" ..pains Ifto&rendered me Ipl_ Star. K R Q MERY' WARD *
tne was to advise keeping OrlMaoreWta epteU Order MethOd
tIs >
Quiet last I commenced taking
August '
ti Sydney anlth'B. Retort. Sheriff Sale. iie-utMkhfgMAve.. Chp'
cent of the ?
"What Fifty per gross Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure
"Dear me no. Fifty per cent of what When a friend once met Sydney Smith 1 'p.y: DAY. INDAV V'5wtt
will you're paying and before I had finished God-eend.the.Brat bottle I have I at Brighton where hit had gone to reduce Is bent!>f gives that I have levied, PEFFER'S t ERYf60R olds
y ; your press agent say found the war a NOTICE and will sell In front of the Courthouse
me." now used four bottles)In all and am feeling himself by the use of certain baths door of llreyanl..unty..t TUuavllle It nets.uwertully and qaat.. Cores wnen alt
entirely well I am 73 y.ara of age and have he struck with the decrease ofSmith. 011 the First day of June X D IWW. during the othera fall. Young ea.n realn-Mist manhood, old
"Oh Indianapolis Journal all was ,. RUeeE 1It
held a grudge against pate.q.Qking, of sale, tbe described youthful vim h..l.tel
I will allow this legal noun following emeneu.eteawyawer S.C...Nerve.a .. Ln.et 1411ty
I my life but. not to prevent size and said: property i of Klnanunl\.1...to-wit I BOO sham ofthe I"
lastlylml Na. L..tP.wsr,
R........ valuable, ,remedy t..tlmonytoths ha wrought great In cur me. "I your do "You are certainly thinner than whenI capital stock of the Florida Cosmopolitan elwaa, will.. 'emoyW .ll.f 1)4..
Immigration C'ompanv,of Whit City a Corportlon seen.. end en .r le ..U sera. or araww. said
He-Yon seemed to be very much affected this to show my appreciation of pj. Mllea'. saw you 1a t." umler the law*FUwlda. said stock benir /sdteMdn.. Wards o ,senuy and nonsumptlonIn. BRASS '
by the play. Hew.Heart Miles Cure.Heart Ours Is sold on O.a> positive "Yes," replied the witty divine, "I of the par value of ftiM. ) per share and fully PRrln0r. SE At S BRASS CHICKS

She-Yea. It was that homelike scene .uaranwethaft .Drat buttle wlU benefit. have been here only ten days, but they mid. L vywas made recovered.under an In execution the ts- '. M.R iW6. ofnemlon bv.
ued a Judgment County .
on Can be.arrIed Ik v..s
that upset me. When the woman sat AU d .....isprop'.tt$1.qabe.o ttM, for M.prlb. or have scraped enough off me already to 0.onrt. of Brevard county by Clemens Lesslnicitalnat .a p.. le., or C purist.go, US.Prepld wta A plain r ltlr.wrap.r '
It will be e &;!!! bill of .... w ltt.a 6.e..e.. M STEEL
Einannel Jose. A sale of .1nook C.rw er nsfh.d the s ssad,
barrel and to 1I..u.u w.. JI UIA&Ao Ia4. make curate. Argonaut. .d
down on the flour began .the I>r. a will be made to the purchaser. e rem
realistic I -- : esraEaa r.>D.craLalar.auos., xu, tygt ,,,p,yj,. IN THE SOUTH.V".v.
peel onions it was so was Dr. Miles' Heart Cure R.3 JAMES: E. BOWMAN.

moved to tears.-New York World. _--- -- ..r m"rl1ft: Sheriff. Sold by F. S. Chaffee elf: Co.








RIVER ADVOCATE, MAY 15. 1896.. 7
... I

;SOCIETIES, ETC. Genuine Bargains i j I PARK COTTAGE, I -. .. ::EJOTELS.: I

Free and I"

IN KI2AL I STAT. : West Palm Beach ." Florida.

Masons -- '

cepted Xo. 1. Twelve acres of hammock $

: 4P* PERSONAL GOSSIP. land at Sh.irpca, postoOlce: about 300 feet Boarding by the Day or Week. ."fevap
front anti\ .am,
y TitusvllleI on Indian liver, runs buck to
las Fla. John W. Mackay is said to be the county rood; has upon It a house of six $1.50 to $2.00) per day during summer Ilsv or6ttlr -'

No. 00SoOf strongest physically of all our great rooms, aln*,>Nt new; cost of house 1,000; nlp .1,11 n .lit.,
millionaires. barn; stable, outbuildings, etc. Has a FIVE VIEW OF THE LAKE/ > rig' i ,
/grove of rooIl'\ e bearing trees, In tine I .
I the second and fourth Fri king of the Belgians possesses a condition before the freeze, and will soon ....OPEN THE YEAR AROUND.... t X
nlOIIIh:: the Court bouse, Tltii.lIlson .' curious distinction. He
:'h at has never been recover and bear good crop. IU: >niiludvrof
t ao P.1\1. known to wear gloves. land cleared .
I Worshipful Master and U of best quality for O. HOWES, Proprietor.
I's. Warden. Julia Marlowe says that It is one of vegetable; farm. This property was held

A, T' Feanter, Senior Junior Warden. the regrets of her life that she did not firm at :jI1I.OUO( ) one year ago; will sell to-
(ie0, W. Sooble, see Neilson play Juliet. day; for $ ,I$ joirpli Mendel, Secretary. may remain on mortgage. This is a COflONWURT-BATHING THE TEAR ROUND \

j M I, Dixon, treasurer. You can always greet one Prairie most desirable place for a home, !good :
Ii. Hall Senior Deacon.A township (Kan ) man with a Pleasant location, clime to potttottk-e, school, HOTEL ROYAL POINCIANA, i I'

Cleveland, Senior Steward. Day, because that's his name. church etc., and In a nice neighborhood.The .
(finis. II. Walton, Junior Steward. bare band alone is almost worth the PALM liGACIl, LAKE WORTH. E
_____ Congressman William M. Treloar of ,
-- Missouri has price asked. SNAAP fAt11C('::". ...,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.qelnel8LodgoNo.3n.holds been musio teacher in several Op'. tlEW 'MY I'1A.rLA' yYOM1LESOPBEAtHFDRAPLAT6 OPEN DURING THE WINTER SEASON. ACCOMMODATION; ( FOR 1,000. :
prominent western colleges. Xo. 2. Thirty acre tract, with house ,

I Its meeting at Paul Bourget has lost brother in of eight rooms, artesian well large/ 1'01"tlon UNDU I'
part' taMiw, the n Thursday even a the HKNIIV: W, l\hIIIt1I.I.I Manager I
irfMCl:" i month, at 8 o'clock p.m. Madagascar expedition. He died of fever cleared, etc.; adjoins hotel propertyat ,
ILl II COODY, S. D. OEIQER he /Sarno, near Eau Gallic. The land Special; F.nr. at Coronado I :Moderato [ )
as the
was of
on point starting home.
C C. M. of F. &: K. of R. &: 8.ISDIAi alone (Is worth more than price we quote, rates, solid comfort, no ostentation
Grover Cleveland Hobbs the 12-year. $:.!,2)0.; The owner refused $;),()OO) n year good ilshlng, good cooking.Now !
: RIVER GUARDS. old son of the farm manager of Senator ago. He must sell without delay, and FLOATING Now Open at
Gorman has been appointed a page In has authorized us to take $2,250; $1,250: ; HOTEL

Drill. at evenln10 the Armory/ the over month county at 8 Jail o'clock., every the senate at Washington.When cash, balance may remain on moitg.igo.Xo. : Open for the S...........
Je41 ,
A.T.h'EA5TERCaptain: Stuart Cumberland the mind 3. One hundred and thirtysixand

reader, recently gave an exhibition in 83-100 acres of land at New River Fort Pierce Hotel ,,,= 1):1le: Co. 1"111.. .. )!
Three-quarters of a mile water front.
DEPENDENT ORDER GOOD TEMPLARS. Stockholm, King; Oscar kindly acted aa ,
follows Lots 3 4 and
Description ns : ,
lrinii\lle! :90 Lodge'In rrenbymrtan No. 17 meets church.every Tuemlnymi7 Public his interpreter to the audience. 8 of section 13, township 50, south of Near Indian Ilivor Inlot Excellent and

rings Ont Tuesday In each month. Japanese Minister Knrino Is making a range 42 east. Price $1X)0) for the Fishing Sailing.Sea .

D. R. WILSO close study of our congressional methods. whole tract, or less than $7.50 per acre;
Expressly finished and furnlidied fur
.GEIGER't. C.T. I He spends a good deal of time in the or we will take $10 per acre in forty home comforts. Modern

diplomatic gallery of the house. acre tracts. We own this land ourselves conveniences. Food a Specialty.
I but need money to develop other FISHING AHI lU'NTINO "KUrl.I..

CHURCHES. Lord Hawke, who visited America. enterprises, hence offer I it at a price Guides furnished. Best table water In '.
few. years ago with a team of English which will insure early sale, Buy this the State. .
EMSCOPAL CHURCH. cricketers has just started for the Capeof laud and double
your money.
.J lTL1l1,. Tvl.Eu, I Proprietors and
Ikrtlcet the lot and 3rd Sundays. In each Good Hope with another team.. Xo. 4. The north threo-fourtlm of .l"U..UIK M. TYLKH, I| Manugers. Grand View Hotel.
""Ib,at 11 a, in.and 7:30: p.m. Sunday school M. Hanotaur the ex-foreign ministerof southeast quarter of section 7, mad I of
at 1.30 in. Evening
.,'r Sunday : p. prayer atp ...
| ,)m. on Wednesdays. ,Litany service. every France, is one of the greatest living lot 4 of section 8, in township 38, south Formerly of New Haven, Ct.

doT at 10 a.III. authorities on Balzao, as well as an of range 41 east, containing 150;) acres .. --
REV B. F. BROWN, Rector. -- I
acute student of the life and time of This tract bas a large frontage on the

Richelieu.. St. Lucie River, two miles from the rail- DON'T STOP TOBACCO. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. '
METHODIST CHURCH.- Alfred road crossing. Price $15 per acre.
Grooms, one of the beat hunters -
pilar: ervIces every first third and fourth ,m southern Ohio has only one arm. No. 5. Lot 4 of section 32, township I

tinui Eboolevery! at II Sunday a. m. at and 10:00 T: :IK)a,p.m.m. Epworths Sunday He uses a heavy, double barreled shot 37, south range 41 east, containing 77 HOW TO CUU13 YOUK8KLF .

.each Sunday at H'30 p. m. Prayer meut- gun which he holds under the stump of acres. This tract has a quarter of a ,Will, USING IT. RE-OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTAs
every( Thursday night at 7:00: p. m. TheKIIM' mile front on the /St. Lucto River at
Aid Society meets every Wednesday his amputated limb. Stuart /Station. Price $35: per acre. The tobacco habit grows on a man

kirlcet.lOOp: ui. Everybody welcome at our church \ Rabbi Hirsch of Chicago has started a until his nervous system Is seriously affected an "All-the-year-round" House. ( ** .
Xo. 0. A tract .
movement to erect library building on twenty-one acres
F. M. C. EAD8, Pastor. a
the of the University of Chioa- fronting! on Ulscayne Bay, at Ewanton Impairing health, comfort and Mrs. L H Decker will haye of the
campus charge Housekeepingand
Heights, one mile south of Cocoanut happiness. To quit suddenly is too severe ,
to cost 100.000 and to be known
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. go Grove. Price $: ,OOO. This price may a shock to the system, as tobacco to ;
as the Leasing library, in honor of the but if will to Cuisine closed her house for that
high buy
Services" every Sabbath at 11 a. m and 7,301 p.m. seem you try any an Inveterate user becomes stimulant having purpose. r
German writer and thinker. ,
Dlayochuol, at 9:45: a. m., eb"" Gardner great land fronting on Biscay Bay, In good
'alt Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening!' There l is a Smith family in Ohio with location, you will get your eyes openedas that his system continually craves."liacoCuro" .
The; public invited Thu ofllco will bo In charge of the Lessee
iTJO. are cordially to at- ; ,
ad our eerv cel. peculiar given names. The father is the to prices asked in that section. This Is a scientific cure for the

H. M. GOODELL, Pastor. Rev. Jeremiah Prophet Elijah Smith. tract Is the only desirable parcel we tobacco habit, In all Its forms, carefully .r. o. DA .L .

His sons are named Most Noble Festns have left fronting/ on Biscayne Bay compounded after the formula of an
The price asked $5,0(10( will yield us a of Hotel ilu Nil, Sumo.J. .

BAPTIST CHURCH. and Sir Walter Scott Bart and his fair profit, and we are satisfied that eminent Berlin physician, who has lined .. .. ,
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Pmchingevery second and fourth Sundays, daughters Juan Fernandez Island and nothing similar can be had at a much It In his private practice since 1872'
"amhganti,", evening. Prayer Meeting every Tierra del Fuego higher price. Thlstractwill.no doubtbe
without a failure. It l la purely vegetable A. .
Woliwxlay at T.OU o'clock. IIAI'leLtsE'r'rE.IN'RIAN'
evening : Sunday
sold within few weeks.
Dean Farrar of thinks it a
Scliool\ every Sunday at 9:46: a. m. Alsojirechntflnt Canterbury and guaranteed perfectly harmless. You
Sunday. at LaGrange; Second Sunday, "perfectly erroneous to talk of the fail- Xo. 7. An Improved place of 7 PCI'ellcl08e RIVER HOTEL
all the tobacco want while
oalHUI. All are cordially invited to attend.B. ran use you i
A. GEIGER Pa tor. ure of missions when they started with to the depot and post office at Mal using "Baco-Curo." It will notify you ,

120 despised Galileeans and when now abar. Large house with upper and lower when to stop. We give a written guar. ,

there are 120,000,000 Protestants, and veranda, costing $1, OO.OO. 7 rooms; In antee to cure permanently any case with S et

CATHOLIC CHURCH. they have in their power almost all the fair repair, beautiful river front, lawn, three boxes, or refund the money with 10 TITUSVILLE,
etc. Most I all the land Is cleared; lot)
cent Interest. "liaco-Curo" Is not
of the world. a
Services at 10 a. m. every Sunday in new resources per
Church( building, North Titusvllle. Children's. large seedling trees, 7,000 pineapples.This substitute, but a scientific cure that Indian Rivor.Fla. 4t
aiwhlim at 3 p. m. will make a nice home for anybody. cures without the aid of will power and
RET.J. F, O'BOYLE. Rector. ODDS AND ENDS.In Good neighborhood. Price only :$1250.00. with no inconvenience. It loaves the .
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I 1868 gas wee first employed as a Xo. 8. We offer tract known 11M "As- system as pure and free from nicotine as
the day took first chow J. A. HAPrKRSKTTE
you your
fueL pinwall," containing about 100 acres, In smoke.

NEW WOMAN IN LITER'*T'JRE. I Americana use more than 00,000,000 section 14, township 27 south, range 37 MAXAOKH. I
east. Beautiful, large front, on peninsular
tamutte Gilder Gives Her Idea Concern. pounds of tea a year nearly all of which at mouth of Banana River One Cured by Hnco-Curo and Gained e''f Open All Tlio Ytar.

leg the Talked of Creature.The oomes from China. of most prominent points and prettiest Thirty I'omul.s. '

new woman of the novelist is The flea is provided with a lancet and coves on the river. Splendid site for
which looks almost winter residences. Very deep water From hundreds of testimonials, the
merely one of Dr. Wax Nordan'a degenerate a cutting apparatus
close to shore. The best bargain; ever originals of which are on file and open Only a few in I nu ten'.
writer like miniature These h
She is the exactly a razor. d
creation of a / h I VO i ale I
about to Inspection, the following Is presented: ,111/1 r walk from
who offered. Price $.7,250.xor: <> $17.50 p Railway stations
la hysterical and degenerate, and Instruments are carefully tucked away per acre Was held at $10,1)00) two years Clayton, NeVAda Co., Ark., Jan.; 28, 'lift. ; and Steamboat:! landw 1
the world takes her as something that in his proboscis and used for bloodlet- ago. Eureka fiomlciil' & :Mfg. Co., La e Insts.

iwllj' ] exists. To be lUre,there are plenty ting purposes.A CroHHO, WIN.-Gentlemen : For forty w J On the banks of the
n women with "pasts" and with high board fence is built around the XOTK::-The above will years I used tobacco In all Its forms. For .':i: far-famed; Indian River.
locate the several
enable customers to ;
"yearnings" and there have twenty-five years of that time I was a
always site of all that is left of the Talmage

been and probably always will be, but I tabernacle at Greene and Clinton av properties of the J.very, bt. closely A. & I.by R. examiningone R'y com/ gloat heart sufferer disease. from For general fifteen debility I tried and 'D'J.\TDmE1.: 1'TEJ"'"V"" :L\tI.A.J.V: .Aa..mJ.WEJNT.::

doubt if any woman outside of an insane eQu l' Brooklyn. Inqide the fence la a railroad "maps, but we will be years I
pany's to quit, but couldn't. I took various _.
-- -
"Jlnm talks the rubbish about spiritual these of broken brick and stone and pleased to send special maps on a large: ; remedies, among others "No-To-Uac," U L.

impacts, tells that "we are tones of one twisted irun braces. scale, on application, to parties who "The Indian Tobacco Antidote," "Dou THE HOTEL ALTAMONT

Chord," and about the "vile slavery" The expenses of the Vatican are very mean business and Intend to buy, If they ble Chloride of told," etc., etc., but L.- .

cI marriage, as do the women of Mia authority estimating themat can find such a bargain as they want. none of them did me the leant bit of
heavy, one
pandered and Mr. Grant Allen. Writers |S,000 a day, but when the immense ROUDlYIl <& GRAHAM Cu., good. Finally! however, I purchased a SUMMIT Oir PARIS MOUNTAIN (:'JIHM Fmt I'IUTU'CAUOLlN\' .
It this box of "Baco-Curo and It
sort do not represent the women number of cardinals chamberlains your ball Hhiiiir from Ata BH from o4t".nla.IO from ('harle.ton.IO from Savannah, IS from NowDrlaann
the day any more than the painted Titusvllle, Flv entirely cured me of the habit In all Its to IKITE.I: Al.TAMONT. The molt tuiuemllilH'. and miiivenlvnt at all MounUlu IUortn -
servants and others connected with pa- forms and I have, Increased thirtypounds nn the Main Trunk f.lna Iwtwcun the far Mouth t nil 1 the North.
women of the street represent the wom- pal Institutions are considered it does In weight and relieved from Centrally: louatoil., ea.lI) ciiuiinunl fIJ of / am the them A wall|| reaHontttila hotel, ,
good society. "beautiful region of "011 cuulltr) fondly r
The not seem excessive. Pineapple, Orange and Lemon all the numerous lichen and pains of Un.ur|>iuiN..kept( tniimiliara, pure water, no duet, no
Jaundiced writers of "The Yel- body and mind. I could write a quireof niomiultooi, large ooniforiuliln nM>iu., water throughout the house, airulltmt, tlioiili" | plant fen,
low Book" cannot be expected to give Land For Sale, Cheap. changed and plaiity rich milk and butter eta,oto.
paper upon my feelings An My drive (seven inllt-n from the oily of riraanrllln, S. C., by enmfnrtabin l Stage, over beautiful -
pictures GrapeFruit
of healthy lives. Their tastes Do You Want an Orange, of condition. rixiiU, ney..ra\l daily liialln, tnlnKraph/ talnplnma, and many iiiumiinenM for Kuoiiti. '
sale 80
run to worm eaten fruit. They have no : or Lemon Grove ? land I have on St.for Lucie river acres, a few pineapple miles' be- Yours respectfully, 1'. If. MAiinuBr, rf'- 4>|wn June let to end nf niitolier Writ for further particulars rates,etfl., ato. !)J
liking for Pastor C. 1'. Church Ark.
that which is red with the ,
low Eden, 40 of which being northeast Address : W. ELLIOTT JOHNSTONE
:joe of health. They prefer the yellow I would like to contract to make an quarter of northeast quarter of section Sold by all druggists at tl.OO per box;

oe of decay. Dr. Nordan is quite right 150 acre Orange, Grape Fruit and Lemon 18, township 38, south of range 41 east; three boxes (tblrtr.days' treatment), Altamont, Greenville Co., S. C.

ahem he calls it disease. The heroines on rich hammock land, lying near the other 40 Is the northeast quarterof 1)2.50) with guarantee, ff" Special "Season liata to Fauilllnn. ,

a "The Yellow Book," of "Dl cord grove the following terms : southeast quarter of section 3, or sent direct upon receipt of price. .-- -- -. .-_.. .- -- .._. _. .. ---- --.. -- -.. .- ;.
and of Indian[ River, on / 41 east. Write for booklet and proofs. Eureka
"Wreckage" might have been township 38, south of range/
taken For $100 acre per year for ten Chemical 1 & Co. La Crosse WIs. HO FOR BISCAYNE BAY I IK tPT'
from Lombroso'a study.of the female years, paid each per year In advance; I will The above land can be bought for $10 and Boston Mann.Mfg. HOTEL '(: CARLETON jJ

&heir offender. If they exist outside of Furnish land and all else needed for care per acre. It I III suitable for pineapple ,

creator's brains, their case will be and malntalnanco of grove for the ten orange, lemon or lime growing.Will !;,: GREAT: OBJECTIVE POINTFor

round recorded in scientific studies of years, and will gather and pack fruit for be sold In lots of 40 acres' for ji Jacksonville, Florida. J. JIdmescckers. When you get .

wminology or in the ordinary police re- shipment, owner furnishing box mater cash. This land will soon be worth $50 Q Ad there Stop at ---, '
port. ial, etc. Will guarantee grove to produce per acre. i
The new outside 40.1XH boxes of fruit within the ten Apply to C. II. Walton ADVOCATE + a n
I her
woman as find Te
::he pages of fiction la an industrious, years, to go to owner, from the 5th to toOth office; or to Robblns & Graham, Tltusvllle *tf :; eear1 ijc Under New Management. Lemon City Hotel! jf

Jthy minded healthy bodied young [ years of age; ; and will obligate I k9 tc dCIS

perlOn, with a certain amount of hideRndence lease grove for five years should succeeding desire), and the 0 ro.9d'3 fOV At Lemon City, the terminus theHack U

; who cares more for out of door ten years (If boxes owner of fruit per acre per WANTED:-Several trustworthy !gentlemen ,,_ C Q"A' fine, on Ulscayna liny. Airy
TO* than for indoor and who will pay rent and will deliver grove at or ladles to travel In Florida for .= :ii t =; Open all ths Tear. rooms, comfortable buds good table, I

" she> has work to do does it and does year expiration as of contract un.lertood/ fence, established, reliable house. Salary $780 'I 4r I'v terms. reasonable.
Dot waste her time in telling about it. culture, and thorough drainage. The and expenses. Steady position. Enclose 1P4' I koY ofI'4 frb Coolest and most pleasantly located :tr" Goal Ilablog and hunting In thhneighborhood.
Ber for the : reference and self-addressed, rofr. hotel the montlis. Thoroughly .
spirits run high over the adventures 30)00( boxes of fruit paid as rent DominionCompany summer
" "A Gentleman of France" she laugh. 150: acre grove should be worth $1.23 per stamped envelope. The Omaha BuildIng ... c.. :::1e. refitted and elegantly furnished D. M. rONNOI.LV; 1'rop. '
third Moor -
and cries by turns and box above expenses of packing/ the 'ci ... : Elevator. All modern linprovernentn.ICATFXt Lemon City Hade Co., Yh,.
thinks "The over "Trilby" very lowest, at the station f. o. b., which Chicago, 111. 4GO'wi= ': -$:L'.M) to fa.to per day.

lun, bnt Dolly Dialogues" great 'I would make grove pay a net Income of F, Special by the week, and to Commercial
for "Yellow Di ." the ...
oord and I after 10
like aha $37,500 per year to owner years. Machine 1 : '" Hotel Al Fresco.
hall The Walton Rapid Calking/ = :: Men.Onlv
DO use. to have grove/ of I hotel that the electric cars pas
1[ will take every pains mapa ..... 1
No. two 910 No. three 11$ O
1D happy to say that little of the very best varletle of oranges, grapefruit No. one, $5; ; = to and from depot. j

I bJ eirtca te'tore of the day originate. and lemons.If Titusville Fla. I 1,

fc.-.J"; origin. It i. almost entirely of owner should not want to keep II I. ,' :::-:: :4 t. CRAPO & LeVENE. JENSEN, Indian River, FLORIDA.
gush would .cI
Some onr younger grove at expiration of contract, -Send to the ADVOCATE office and ::: "'s Proprietors.

(/"en have tried their band at it, but obligate to buy It at whatever price wasfair get free Information respecting the new ":s....iROYALDTANSY JOHN L. JENSEN) Proprietor.
ao not take to it natn/ally and it for If I did not have the money myself It- waterworks system for houses., farms,
lit going out of fashion. I would have it so desirable that etc. No overhead tanks used. This I I. '

There 1 always will be handful ft would be very little trouble for purchasers the aid to be a fine Invention. Circulars HOTEL MELBOURNE NEW HOUSE; Best Accommodations; 1
a have
Pe ople who like to be found that sent to any part of the south, free. I .
think PILLS
tiers haa erotica, but I money. Tours very truly, on the East Coast Hot and Cold Baths; ,
been a turn in the tide which L. A. COLEMAN: : ) avRraig: ...
wen at it. highest never swamped the La Orange, WAJ TI>:-Several trustworthy gentlemen 4.. 1xw.IMwVEBT.ase-a: ..................(.nttft ..
Mten Fla. .e, .r. .a.ny or q Inf.im..fer MELBOURNE Indian River FLORIDA.
. of purer fiction. Rudyard Kip- Indian River, or ladles to travel In Florida for ':':':a.w..e ny..reNNledl. 1
.e and More established reliable hou *. Salary $7ftO ... !...Ip.._th_ ....... Famous pineapple Region; close to the
Humphry Ward have ...r* mf __ tmUmU._+. 11.._ ,
* more and Steady! position Enclose _. .* *. be& .au ae. .1. Open all the round.) Good Fllt "
reader Grant of expenses. : p wne year
alit then Allen -What do you need In the way nolf-xld.. ed. -.... la ftfln' mnvtmr. .H.cul to Ia.tmmp Inlet. Fish and oysters. 'In abundance.;
nary I* Pondered and in thiswriter and letter )heads, bill reference and *Itr a""""ua.alar.. .. *H4 kr l-mt lug, Hunting and Yachting Rates,
envelopes, note The Dominion ._........... .. if
Klfl. r rand
:;:atlJ OUr of clean fiction are heads statements, tags, cards etc ? stamped envelope.third floor Omaha: BuildIng C..u--14.ru...ChI..g.M. 1110 $2.50: and upwards Terms : $3.00 Per: Day
1II000t Popular.- Jeaanette-- GiMer. We work.shall be glad to have a share of your Chicago 111. Sold by F. S. Chaffee .& Co. Proprietress, MHA. C. J. IIECTod.c.aaL upwards.


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Consult James 1ott.'Or1nllo FAIR OIMIOND. Highest of all in Leavening Power_Latest U.S. Gov Report -

a I and grape: Nursery fruit -u'eclI.-, .for grape orange vlnen lemon and [IIY EDWARD-A. FKNK8.] THE ROBBINS & GRAHAM II CO

Marshal Xlcl roses B&king
l JAMES MUTT Fair Ornionrl of the nunhrlRlit xhoro.. nV.1
How Kwu..t our inemorle be I Paid Up Capital $25OOO.OO.
Orlando Fla.
The rontlul river at her door I
Ituhlml, the whlte-frlngnU oa.

IMncapple Plantation For. Sale. The wild wave chant her sweetest charms Powder LAW, LOANS, REAL ESTATE.
Hliu turns bur face away I
The soft lirettro clamps her In his ann, 3
And kimea her all .

} i I For Located description on Indian and terms River, address, Florida, A Si(Iueon. no jnwelleil robe she lacks, _.....,.. JI "1UTEILYPIJRE_. We have for sale a large list of carefuliv
right .
royally -- --- --
1 Box 14, Melbourne Beach, Fla. One fair hand on the I Halifax. --- selected Indian River Properties.
The other on the a.a. them. within the limits of their own town."
For Sale The IIv -aka swing the woodland sprite Now, let's very briefly look the bulls, I I think the objectors to the above will Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Lin
In loolm of ashen. COWS, horses and swine In the find
Kniy: square ground; as untenable as the
When foverii crow, the moonlight night, face and use reason and justice to all 10 to 1 sflverltes do. Canal and Transportation .
t Common and fancy pineapple Aml-falry-lund I la gay.
parties concerned. You know that as S. II. SYMMES.; .
I i'' forty acres to select from. Lemon and Through intunlve golden sunset ban all states become settled up the people L.A..1VDS.Florida : .
1 other citrus trees. The day depart In state
I' demand
justly that all
While,one by one, the wizard curs animals, or their & West
Jacksonville Tampa Key
Southern Hallway
r JAMES HOI.MKS, March through the twilight gate- pastures, rather' should be enclosed Key West and Miami Steam- Railway coma n
fiver Loan and
Jensen, Fla. with a lawful fence, not for the Lands Dlsston Company's. Indian Investment Co,,
To gaze on bloody fleliln of old- pro- ship Company.The Mud other Low Priced Land
1 Of Spanish d..rrh11t.do- tection of their crops, but for the preservation -
Where Ponce de I..enn for of life and .
fought gold
limb as often ladies
I Orders Now Taken And Indian arrow.flew. and Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Properties..
children are compelled to flee from above company who lately had
r And If we listen when the door half-wild cattle horses and hogs that the misfortune. to lose their steamer, Titusville. Florida.
For pineapple slips and Backers-Red Tim Of rhythmic n! !>tare dip all afar of shadowy oar run In the roads and streets, and very Shelter Island, while en route from
'Spanish: Egyptian Queen, l>Pernambuco Will greet us from afar. few humane citizens that own a few Miami to Key West, have now purchased -- :-
1 i Porto Rico, White Antigua. Apply Where m-lntallant Toinoka elides.. scrub cattle, ponies and pigs would ob- another side-wheel steamer, The City.of
MUM L. MARVIN, With heaven above-Iwlow_ ject to a fence law; when, if they had Key West, and expects to commence
West Palm Beach, Fla. ReilwarrlnrM wooed. their wlld-rose brliloHl, one-fourth the number of good milk running next week-probably Thursday. Fred S. Chaffee & Co
And still his waters flow I cows In an Incloxure, It would pay them This steamer Is scheduled to leave
A*gently: mutely to the sea better than a lot of half-wild beasts that Miami at 5 a. m., every Tuesday and 1
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I Fancy Pineapple Plants. The AH lovellimt ever water..ilromu ran In_Florida. cost more to hunt up than they are Saturday) and arriving at Key West at ;
1 An Arcaily for fan.FnlrOrniondt worth especially if they wish to pen 1 p. m. on the same day; returning, will FRED S. CHAFFEE, TITUSVILLE FLA,

,,1 ?i \, 'nal'tly, vigorous, grown without shel I you aro wondrous sweet them awhile in summer. leave Key West at 9 a. m., every Mon- Registered! Pharmacist. '
Now I think for a few toast day, Wednesday and arriving at
er. Prices on application to Your Mowers, your birds,your tree: years, at Friday
( : E. C' 13. TVNDALL We klrfs BRUIn your ,dainty feud. : a local\ option cattle law should In.1could Miami at 6 p. m. on the same day. A Complete Assortment of
i.7ivnrimo! Wavcland Fla. We loot your cooling bruaxe. be passed, as there are many This steamer connects with the south-

l : I counties vliore a great portion of the bound trains- of- the__ -Florida- )_:__ _East u__ Coast_ __ PURE DRUGS and Sundries
r,{ =Little Stella land is cultivated and settled with people Railway, which leaves Jacksonville dally } Druggists
I, Funcy IMiienpple Slips'" and Suckers Budge, granddaughterof who want a fence law, and other at 8:45: a. m., St. AuRUHtlue 10:4.: ; a. m.,
,I ) Capt. James Prltchard, has made an sparcely settled counties where the cat l'alatkal0:1U: a. m., and arrive at Miami -)3 Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude. 8U -
debut into
for Sale.I early the field of
i letters as Is tle men are in the majority and do not at 10:15 p. m.
.f shown by a certificate recently received want a fence law, should have a right to We give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders.

1, l. b Red Queen Abb.vkfio SpitnUh.Porto* Egyptian llloo Apply, Smooth to Queen Cayenne, Golden and little from League folk.the a patrons magazine publishers and gotten patronesses of the up by Junior of the the In favor vote their to of settle own a law counties the something question, therefore like as they the I am like following In- Ing-You reading can matter always on find our some Inside interest-pages. We want your trade. Give us a trial,

Messiah's home for children
t which re-
MAI>L>OCK & MATTHAMH, : Choice Line of Cigars Stationery. Wall Paper School Supplies,
i' cently offered three prizes for thirteen ; Perfumery,
"Be it enacted that at the
"Palm Beach Pinery, next general K.tabUnheU 188.1. -
different subjects for competition Toilet articles Brushes, Shoulder Braces,etc., etc., etc.
West Palm Beach, Fla. the little among election all counties In the state shall !tT Agents for Stencils and Rubber Stamps.Groceries .
people. Stella
captured first vote for fence law
or against a applying L. BARBOT & CO.
d pI'lze-a beautifully ornamented silver to their respective counties."
i '' 1 Successful. spoon-for the brightest saying by any I would not object to the following ,
child under five years of age. The sayIng roughly drawn amendments: "First. If General Commission. EZ. BRAS:: :
which obtained the for .
prize Stella at any time previous to a general election ,
:' I That's what out soda water business occupied in the following conversation the county commissioners are petit- :fa 9
wbiclr'we reprint from the Junior baud by two-thirds of the voters or taxpayers "' :..a ;g en g'Jc Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
I, ;;'has been. The general verdict ia that League: "Gladys' father is a West Point in any county, an election may > g ;s 8. ,

i I .it is the only SODA WATER in town. officer.most frequently Ills full dress funeral uniform ceremonies(worn bo called to see whether a fence law .Elc:J.:...>> 3 =- :; .s:" I call the Attention of the People of Indian River tom; Stock of
) shall\ or shall not be pnssod.
i I i To-morrow we will sell your Is designated' by Gladys as his 'funeral "2nd. incorporated towns situated ;; ti WPoyeras Staple Ac :I:"nney Crroceries*, lEViiit

f [ VICE!: CHKAM SOMA WATER AT Be. PEn the clothes.wardrobe Gladys with opened great pride the to door show of In a county, where there is no fence law, 329 & 331 St., And Food Products
containing/; inhabitant, may at any .
I I1 (1LAH3.Wo these regimentals to her little cousin election, vote for or against a fence law NEW ORLEANS, Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of
Stella. 'Stella, these are my papa's LA. I
.' particularly; want to cater to the funeral clothes.: Stella (much dejected Canal Bank.Metropolitan. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,
I REFERENCE!:: Bank. .
1 i I ladles of Titusvlllo in the soda water' ): 'My papa hasn't any funeral A $tSO Reward. Commercial Agencies Ground Food! and Wheat.I .
clothes; (a her
4 V ; happy thought striking ) the house Indian River In the above llneo
am only on dealing exclusively
business, nnd everything will be kept 'but, has Iron rust his
my papa on
Stevens Goods. I close and will sell close. I invite and solid
1 shirts" Bros. & Co., of Stevens Pot buy your correspondence
f 4 f ki nice order tery, Ga., can save brick dealers big! HOME GROWN... your patronage. Very truly
profits by getting prices and estimates 3EJ. L. BD..A.DY.::
ri We will sell! until further notice, the
Became :Naturalized. the
on following goods before purchasing
best butter at iiOcts I per pound. elsewhere: Steam Pressed, Salt Glazed Pineapple .Slips

". Also llllgnrII.milk at lOcts pe Among those who took out naturalization Vitrified Drain Sewer and Water Pipes,

Ican. papers, at the Brevard County We Flower manufacture Pots Fire Clay the ,best Jugs fire and brick Jars. LUMBER and House Building Material V
Court held at Titusville
this weAk
and Suckers.
known to the trade all\ all
loe cream salt at H cents per pound. wore: Charles Fulton, Titusville; God- ; shapes, sizes ...
: berg Gulbransen, Canaveral; John Eber- to order, save you freight and delay. Sash, Doors and Blinds Brick Lime Cement Nails anBuilders'
.Pure Leaf LaL'l111t lOots per pound. wine, Oceanus John E. M. Send us a trial order and you will act Of the following Varieties ,
; ; Our drain tile is what In fact stock of
wisely. you nef'dfol' a complete everything requiredIn
( Eau Gallie Conrad A. Canaveral Hardware
Tours for business ; Segorstrom -
: and D. St. Clair Nesbit, Courte- drying and sewering purposes. FOR SALE building( a house. Estimates firrnleltwl.Agent .
I'I! AVEHA Fin. Write us what you want. Stevens Bros :
GROCERY CO., nay, &; Co., Stevens Pottery, Oat for Warnell Crates on Indian River\and Lake Worth,

Titusvllle, Fla. Abbaka Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, C3T: Octagon Crates, Tomato carriers, Pineapple Crates.

County Court Proceedings. Golden, Queen, Ripley Queen, Smooth Warehouses at Titusvflle Eau Gallie and. Jensen,
Tencliers"! KxamI<: nation. County Court convened on Monday Cayenne, Pernambuco, and EAU GALLIE, FLORIDA
morning, when tho following wore present '
: Hon. M. S. Jones, judge; M. Goldsmith Red Spanish. -- --------
will 1 hI held
An examination in Titus-
dl acting! prosecuting attorney; A. Apply to 0. C. MATT AMS
vllle, at the nubile schoolhouse No. 2, A. Stewart clerk, and J. E, Bowman ESTABLISHED 1868.
on Tuesday, the 2nd tiny of Juno, beginning slim'Iff. JACKSONVILLE t FLA Florida Pineapple Company,
at 8:1)0: a. m.
The following of
cases wore disposed :
I :Teachers should come supplied with ,
State of Florida Peter Foster,
I pins ink nnd ( ). carry- i r/ 1
paper pap lug concealed weapons-not culltv. --_ .-- r r
i, ':Section (II, :School Laws, requires that State of Florida- .. Ed. Undine!!, as-
they Silo written endorsument of good sault and battery-not guilty. LANDS for Lemons Fruit &
Grape : PineapplesIN
moral character from Home responsible State of Florida vs. :Ed. liudiaoll, trespass ,
person, and pay a foo of one dollar. -guilty. Fined $:>0 and costs. --
State of Florida vs. Geo. Denham, assault The Indian. River ID ieclallv
very attractive at this point: Bplendlil flailing eta The land 1 Is |
Pub. Ins.
Co. Supt. -guilty. Fined $23; and costs, or adapted to I'lneamiles' and other Fruits,and la situated at Ankona ,fuat north of the ci'lulimleil':
In default of payment be confined the order to induce the Culture of Citrus Fruits in the Counties named, the Herman drove.. The particular J. St.A.& I. R K'y runs through the property, making stepping tiuiUilteunaurpaaaud. -
For ,address the owner
Senator Call In Tltusvlllo. county State jail of Florida for (10 days.vs. Sidney Carpenter, FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY CO. will, for the next 9 months, make a Re- ARTHUR D. PERKiNS New Haven, Conn.Oooocv. .

r assault and battery-not guilty. duction of Twenty-five Per Cent on Price of Its Lands In Above Counties
III Senator Call will make Ms appearance State:! of Florida vs. Milton Ramsey, ,
'a in till town on Friday evening, May 22!, assault and battery-nolle prossod. OR UNTIL DECEMBER 15th:; ISU!}. EI' IARD: ...
and West Palm Beach the following day 'ZJr' For terms and Prices apply to S'.I"'XI..X1VG-
.gII CIVIL CASES D. C. SUTTON or W. R. MOSES, West Palm Beach, Fla.
Win: D. Palmer vs. John D. Maclennan W. C. VALENTINE, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Florida: : ,
I Good Templars. attachment and assumpset-dismissed F. S. MORSE, Miami, Fla. or to

J m for want of prosecution at plaintiff's JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner, DEALER INWood ........
The new officers of the Good Templar cost. '
Lodge were installed last Tuesday night. John If. Parker' vs. John D. )[aclonnan ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. and Metallic

There was a good attendance; refresh- attachment and assumpsot-dismissed
,,, ,meats were served, and all had a good for want of prosecution at plain
social time. Plans were discussed for tiff's C08t.Edward. Coffins and Gaskets
future work, and a hopeful spirit pro- Stlllng vs. II. I). Hawthorne, THE DECANTER.
vailed.. Thirty-six members were reported assumpset-set aside until August term. -
to the Grand Lodge of Florida. Tho court adjourned Wednesday night '

ls 'The new officers are: Geo. ticoble. Chief until the next August term. & Reziaker Zinc and Copper lined. cloth covered, wood caskets. This department la \un-
? i Templar; Dr. Wilson Past Chief Temp- Lesley der the management an experienced Funeral Director and Embalmer. using tiemethod8
Jar; lire. W. C. Woodward, Vice Templar THE CATTLE most Improved of embalming. All orders by mall or wire receive promptattention.
i, ; Chas. Gardner, Secretary; W. M. QU138TION.CotmTENAY Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams Gins and Whiskies, EDWARD STILING,
Financial Miss M.
Woodward Secretary; Cocoa, Indian River, Fla.
} Wiley, Treasurer; Percy Goodell, Marshal FI.A., May 13, 'U!}. Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout.
i ; Miss Florence Norwood, 'Assistant
IL, Marshal; Isaac Lindsay, Inside Guard; Editor A droentePlease : A First-class Line of Cigars. see Billiard and Pool Tables.

V' d M 'Will Norwood, Outside Guard. allow mo to say a few words on Family and hotel trade 1s solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mall COLD DRINKSC".IttII.P.

if the cattle question In your good orders Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY A RENAKER,
as It seems just now one of the principal Titusvllle Florida.
Jt :No Negroes Need Apply. Issues on which candidates should express -

their opinion In black and white, The
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Considerable interest la manifested In or pink. In some states, outside of Bottling 1

the possible out-come of tile war waged Florida, legislative aspirants are apt to THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART
I on colored skilled labor by the local mechanics express their opinion on Important mat-
t at Miami, says the Times-Union ters In different sections, something as MARTIN: dJ: T'C'O Ii7R Prc::>p' .

correspondent at that place Harry follows: Made for Sandy Soil Having 3-inch Tread '(rtl : Birch Beer Root Beer "
Flowers, colored boss carpenter, arrived Mr.- (In a cattle district),"how do and Ginger Ale. Lemon Cream,
stand the "kow ,
last Wednesday on the 10 a. m. train. yon on question
He was Immediately served with a notice Candidate-with 'sugary' grin lightIng Ginger Strawberry and Sarsaparilla Soda.
that he was not wonted. and to leave up his phiz-"I think the beautiful ,

town at the earliest possible opportunity. : animals with. such lovely eyes horns, rr-::: Best Equipped Bottling Works South of Jacksonville.
He accordingly did so on the five o'clock skin etc., should be allowed to roam at
north-bound train next morning. Placards their own sweet will." D r-c,ert: Palm :IBoAolx: Florida.ROBT. : : .
to the effect no negroes should ap- Soon he skips to some other section -
ply for work, are stuck up in several where the cattle folks are few, and some -
conspicuous places. Threats and ominous of the good people say: "Mr.- :: : '
murmurs can be heard In both what do you propose to do with the cat J EMIMS: : : J'r.: ,
tle that run our aunts, sisters and children ,
destroy or eat up our corn, tobacco Dealer In -
(towers, vegetables, dish cloths, etc?" e
yh Episcopal Appointments. Now. hi. winning mile turns Into a
scowl that makes him look as though he -
Archdeacon B. F.Brown of Titusvllle. bad Just swallowed an ounce of pure == :E

will hold services at the followlngnametlplacea = quinine and he tries to convey the Impression FOR SALE BY -j J;
{ and times on Indian River: that he will be the sole proprietor -

At Eau Gallie, on Sunday, the 17th of the legislature, a. no ,vehemently EDWARD STILING.... C'
lust at 10-80 a. m. and 4 p. m;; bible instruction exclaims: "Send me up there and I will ca;
at 730: p. m. Jupiter, Tues make the cattle owners build a woven ca; _::f.2
8 feet to The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer. ::ekh"e s -
the 10th lost; at 7:30: p. m. Eden barbed-wire fence high protect Garden
Wednesday, the 20th last, at 10:30: a. m. you from the ravages of the horrid
Gardeners and 3-1 in. tread A size
rows, suitable for Track Orange Growers, ; larger
the 31st Inst. at .4 beasts for they shall not trample on and Saddles
Jensen, Thursday Bridles, Whips.
suitable Plantations Bib
for 6-10. tread.
p. m. Fort Pierce, Thursday the 22nd destroy your bard earned crops, and Pineapple to all mall orde.... Repairing of CUIT-Comba, .tc..etc Prompt attention gireD
jnst., either afternoon or evening. frighten your family, once I get after COCOA, Indian River FLORIDA. solicited. larness and Guns our Specialty. Your patronage


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