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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: April 30, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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: UF00079909:00076
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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[LOCAL NEWS; ALL SHADES OP' CREPE 'TISSUE, TRY WELCH'S GRAPE .JUICE. For ALL THE LATEST and most popularbags Shoes.

10 cents a yard, at sale by F. S. Chaffee Co., Tltusvllle, of the day at Chaffee: Co'.. HOTEL NOTES.
of General Interest. CHAFFER & Co', Fla.. in half-pint and -
pint
d I Topic quart If you want'something/ alee In the
:Tltusvllle, Fla. bottles. -Go to Cocoa tomorrowand enjoy way of ladles', gents' or children's shoes; WIIEBB to stop. See list of. hotels oa

,.sad G-.rml Oofclp In eonDe. .tlon yourself.Mr. Ball I or write Julius Kline Tltusvllle, our Tth page.

I fc Blto y'Bal. La'". Worth.Indian, -Mr. J. D. Crabb, of Cocoa, was In '-Mr. Orotjan Ronald, of Lotus, is : la. He has an elegant assortment that There 'la a fine hotel for sale at Ashe

MM and HMtmx Blvers Key We t town visiting his family the first of the, said to be down in Dade county on a '- Wm. TTIndle, of Cocoa, arrived? i s sure to please everyone-both as to vllle, N. C., the owner wishing to retire
Important Point alonE tht week," Sa town yesterday.The quality and price. from
Ia 4 all other : hunting trip. > I active hotel life.See/ ad. on this
of Flordik Brief mention of : '
Covet Flagler railway'station la W page
Various Parts -Mrs. W. A. Ronald, of Lotus, passed -Mr. W. L. Laws well-
HtfMtlns; Events from Orange City's calving a coat of paint this week. :
World I About Pooplo Yon Know through here, Tuesday, on her way to known lumber man, was In town on I What's the matter with Rod Smith ? If you want a bargain, Just read the

/'e' Ton Don't Know- Pickedl Daytona.Mr. Wednesday.Mr. -Col A. W. Cuckerell, one of Jack adv*. of hotel cottages, furniture, land,
,t people sonville's prominent lawyers here -Mr! Richard ,Gladwln came up to eta for sale on our (1th This U
was
page. agoo3
Editor and a large staff Fred Losley rides :!
>Our Society now a bicycle. Wm. Treutler, of Eau Gallie, this week attending court. I town from Miami yesterday thing for some energetic hotel
Jon the man.
He does
scattered a little but
be
Correspondents "tacking, will was In town a couple of days or so this '
lit CoMt of Florid, soon beoome-an: expert.Mr week. -Echo says Tltusvllle l Is to have a I -Dr. J. M. Dixon there for Cocoa Hotel Alcazar, St. Augustine, will

lumberyard: and the for-this yesterday' on a visit to his brother. close to-morrow (May Day), after a very
: W. E. Youngs who has been
-Mr. E. O. Sewell of- Miami who brighter
successful
town are looking much season under
the
r H you'receive a sample copy of quite ill during the past two weeks, .Is has been on a trip to Atlanta, returned .. i State's Attorney Boggs: will leave of Mr Joseph P. Greaves.manage.maul
ADVOCATE, It 1 Is an Intimation that now Improving in health. home on Wednesday.: -Mr. Stanley Jones was elected to here to-day for'West Palm Beach and

would give an pleasure to add your the position of second lieutenant of the Juno, and Judge Broome will follow, to- Mr. John Anderson* one of the jovial
list of sub- County Surveyor J. O. Fries, of -Mr. A. G. Hamlin of the law firm of
IDe to our fast-Increasing Indian River Guards, Tuesday night. morrow. managers of Hotel Ormond, passed
rltoni. It 'does not. cost you '''three Sebastian, has been appointed notary Parrott A Hatnlln, Jacksonville has beenIn ;,through Titusville, Tuesday on his 3
to per week (postage Included) when public for the state-at-large, town this week attending to some law 'During the past week largo consignments -Mr. J. P. Turner's launch Oione, to visit Mr. PltU 01 PltU Island, Lake way G
of new and fashionable have will leave the Tltusvllle wharf for Cocoa
teD by the year, and It can be sent to -Mr. H. J. Egger, after a two weeks' business. goods Worth. '
been received at six o'clock
at the store of Julius to-morrow
,? In any part of the United States or stay In town with his family, expects to -Claim Agent G. J. Zehnbauer of the morning.Dr. (Saturday The San Juan to the leading I hotel of

toada without extra expense. return to his business interests, at Miami Florida East Coast Railway has been In Kline.Mr. Orlando. The only brick hotel in the

!Fla $1.60 per annum In advance. town this week, attending Circuit Courtin Geo. N. Hatch, one of Rock- W. L. Hughlett passed through Gas. In every roow. First class In city.

$1.00 six months, '. today.Mra.. Jas. McFarlnne of Lake Worth the interests of bit company.Mr. ledge' prominent and well known storekeepers here yesterday, on his way to Daytona particular. Very low rates for the meetIng every-
,
a.oo an. to foreign countries.J was a pleasant visitor to townon where he was called to attend to the
$ I of the Florida
per -.... passed through here, Monday, en route R. C. Scrimgeour has been at Wednesday. sick child of Mr. Albert A. Taylor of State Horticultural
to the home of her parents In England, Melbourne this week, attending the J Society. .
-Never fall to road oar inside pages. where she will spend several months.Mr. Contractor L. R. Decker has been Coooa.Mrs.
in- Convention, where he was Gen'l Supt C. B. Knoit of tne Florida
find to
|on will always something endorsed for postmaster of TItusville. busily engaged this week, repairing and O. B. Parker, one of Miami's East Coast Hotel
and System
Mrs. J. O. Walton and passed through
wntvou.Mr.t improving the of his popular residents, spent from Tuesday
appearance
property
la from Claude Walton left for Eau Gallie yes- -Mayor Waddell, of Key West, who south of the Indian River hotel until Wednesday town on her to here, Tuesday, on his way I to Palm
E. L. Brady expected up way Beach Miami and
terday. From there will to Key West, In the Interest -
they
go has been to Philadelphia to see his sick Lakeland She paid a visit to some of
1 iiml tomorrow.The Cocoa to attend the May Day festivities.Mr. child, passed through here, Saturday -The Western Union Telegraph office our> orange groves while here of the Flagler hotels

weather during April'has been last on his home. We understand was removed from the Sorimgoour building ) The Ocean Beach
house
and :Mrs. J. A. :McDonald passed( way Seabreeie,
'
|ometblng delightful. through here Monday, on their return to his child died before. he reached Phila- on Washington avenue to the Florida -The' Indian''' River Guat!!.. gave a will open for the summer season on May '
1ii East Coast Railway station this week dance and drill
delphia.Mr.. prize at the Indian River Day. This house has been
-Mr. i>tanley telling, of Sebastian, Miami from St. Augustine, where they put In first-
had been -The balloting for' Senator' Tallahassee hotel last night i It was well attended class condition, and Mrs. H. O. Berry i
git a day or so In town this week. visiting their charming daughter F. C. Austin, one of DeLand'a sad all ,
Miss Kittle. still goes merrily along. It now spent a very enjoyable time, Ice the proprietress, will BO doubt have a
:-Capt. Geo. J. Hercler, of Cocoa" prominent attorneys, was attending to stapds as follows : Wilkinson Call, 83: ream and cake being served during/ the goodly number of guests this summer.
I Iru In town Tuesday and Wednesday. -The Octagon Reading Club met at some chancery cases before Judge evening. In the prize drill, which was .'
W. D. Chlpley, 30; O. P. Raney, 19.
the residence of Mrs L. A. Brady on Broom this week. He left for home on well executed, Serjeant Wlllta Goldsmith Mr. O. Howes, the genial proprietor of
-Mrs. Geo. W. Sooble l left here on Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. B. F.Brown Wednesday giving the ADVOCATE a Who is going to win P carried off the honors. The boys looked the Holly\ Inn, Daytona, has been In New

londay for Jacksonville to spend a few will entertain the members the club pleasant call while In town -Mr. H. H. Dickey has removed his well In their fatigue regulation coats and York this week for the purpose of select @

ig.o p. next Wednesday, May 6th. -Mr. W. A. Snyder, a prominent resident grocery store- to the Dixon building, duck pants. We regret that lack of log one of'the many summer hotels offered
on the corner of Julia street and Washington will not permit of him. Mr. Howes has leased. the t
-The MUses Bessie and Laura Hous- of Columbus O., says: Find money space a more lengthy '
" -Mr. Geo. W. Mackenzie, of Canaveral Holly Inn for another
avenue-just north of the ADVOCATE season
-
)D, of Eau Oallle, attended the dance makes his Daytona store quite enclosed for the ADVOCATE subscription. report.

e t tbe Indian River hotel, last night., Inviting to tourists and residents. lie I have been reading your paper for sometime block. The Colonnades, situated on the peninsular -

I -Mr. John Henry, Melbourne Beach, l Is now painting some pretty coast scenes past at Lake Worth, and I like It -Miss May Crawford one of Pitts- The J. T. &; )(:. W. to be Offeredfor number opposite of stoppiog III has a fair t
mnoh. Please send It to there CoL
regularly guests
i LOW In charge of the Wfndella Pine- on tarpon scales. very burg's (Pa.) affable and charming young
. at Columbus. Sale Next Post, the owner, will build several
, me ladies. Is again stopping at the. Seaside Monday. newcottages
Plantation where be needs the
pple -Mrs. R. Jones has another In
Henry connection with the hotel
Inn Seabreeze, where her friends
; many -
-Me W. H. Peters and W. O.
vOCATL i ars. ,
article the East Coast winter
very interesting on her. next s
are delighted to meet
, -Prof and Mrs. J. R. Anthony and In the last Issue of the' New Hartford Pratt, two lolly young Brooklyn! i The Jacksonville. Tampa and Key t *
left here for Oeor- Tribune. Mrs. Jones will leave Tltus have returned home after sojourningvery =Mr. J. F. Webb, of Melbourne Beach, i Vest railway will be offered 'for sale Manager A. M. Taylor and bride passed
mnfy < on Tuesday'
i na, where they will spend aeveral vllle for home to-day, after a very: pleasant pleasantly during the winter at intended coming before Judge Broome ,' again next Monday, before the United through here, Wednesday, en route to
Daytona and beabreeze. They were Court this week States courthouse Masters Key West where Mr. Taylor will relieve
eeka visit with her daughter-Mrs., Wm. At the Circuit to pass Special
their '
on place.Mr. and }
M. Brown- of a couple months or so. accompanied by Mr. Peters' mother. his examination as attorney, but deferred has. A. Adams Dennis Eagan. Mr. L. Silly as manager of Hotel Key '
E. C. Caldwell ''of City Point The ADVOCATE follow them. It until the next term of court. There Is some talk of there being a bid. West Mrs. Taylor Is a very charming

M among the'number who enrolled -Dr. F.. H. Hough ton, of Columbus, I dot this time but no. one will say posItively and we have no doubt she will
iclr names on the ADVOCATE subscrlpn 0., who spends his winters in Daytona, -Mr. and. Mrs. W. W. Russell and -Mr. Geo. W. Glbbs late cashier of that there will bo? ay. the,Times make many friends in the above lively
list this week. was a pleasant visitor to TItusville on Mrs. Rldlon will leave Ormond tomorrowfor Hotel Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine but Union. city. In conversation with an ADVOCATE
Savannah en route to New York, of the staff of the F. C. L. C. & Y
III. Saturday returning Monday. The now one As yet the court ban taken no action representative, Mrs. Taylor said
-Owing to the illness of Mr. D. M. doctor's many friends are always pleasedto where they will probably spend the bet T. Company, was in town from Wednesday upon, the application of the first mort- [ they returned to St. Augustine front t

I. --Chllds of Rochester., N. Y.. we are told see his jovial face In Tltusvllle. ter'part of the summer The above until Thursday, and gave the ADvoCATE bondholders for the appointment of their bridal trip to New York this week.
gage M
the building of the hotel at Cocoa has arty will sail on La Grand Duchess onunday. a' pleasant call He was on his Mr. well known as the
[been postponed indefinitely. -Judge Jno. D. Broome and States The Sebastian and Clnclnnatns way south. II a receiver to represent their Interests. the Casino St. Augustine. managerf ;
The filed last ,
petition was March and
Attorney J. D. Beggs arrived In town, Farms Railway will have a rest duringMr.
-Mr. L. E. Barker, traveling freight Monday, from Orlando, for the purpose Rua ell'a absence this lummer. -We acknowledge, with thanks, receipt taken under advisement by the court.
agent of the Ocean Steamship Line, ,has of holding Circuit Court. Major St. of an illustrated souvenir Easier Ira receiver Is appointed on tlllar.etltlon. Hotel for Sale
been in town a day or so this week. He Clair Abrams, of Jacksonville, was also _Miss Maggie Ramsey, after spending edition of the Cedar Rapids (Iowa) Record It Is generally believed that ,

|lMvea for Sanford this morning. In town this week attending to a cow four months very pleasantly In Titus from Mr. George Williams, one of Durkee, the present receiver appointed -

-Mr. 'w. affable case at the Circuit Court. vllle with. her cousin, Mrs Roswell Coleman our valued subscribers prominent and of the second mortgage Hotel Bellevue, Melbourne; good
C. Alexander the bondholders
left for her home In Wyokoff, N. J., wealthy resident of the above city. will be the appointee. house, new furniture; pretty grounds,, ,
representative of the oldestablishedcommission -We are pleased to learn that Mr. via the Clyde Line, on Tuesday Miss I Under Major Durkee's administration as situated, near station. 'Address ,
house of Redfield & Son, Bert Ives who has been quite ill withpneumonia Ramsey was quite popular while here, -Mr. Fred F. Taylor came up from receiver the road has been greatly improved W K. CAMPBELL: ,

Philadelphia, was In town last Saturday.Dr. at the home of his parents In and many of her friends were at the I Rockledge, Tuesday, to make another and the main line has been placed Melbourne, Fla.

W. L. Hnghlett returned to Philadelphia, Is much better. Bert depot to bid her good-bye-hoping >to, examination of his property-the Indian upon a paying b"ls.Juplte..Lake" .

Cocoa on Saturday last from a visit to spent the winter at LaGrange, and made see her Here again next winter. River hotel-at this place', with a view t
1 Palatka and Tallahassee. He :was In lots of friends In this section. He, no to further Improvements. It Is always a Good Hotel, For Sale.
THmMlle doubt, returned north too soon-hence Alderman J. A. Strawderman, a well pleasure to near that jovial, stentorian Worth Canal. .
a day or two the first of this
week his Illness. known property owner and resident of laugh of Mr. Taylor's. For sale, the Holly Inn, Daytona fully r
West Palm Beach became a.,subscriberto furnished and'' equipped throughout. .'4
-Mr. Ed.Hartensteln, who spent soy -Ex-Mayor Geo. B. Swift of Chicago, the ADVOCATE on Tuesday. Mr. -Rev. E. E. Johnson will hold divine A wealthy and prominent resident of This hotel Is one of the best paylnjr < !
:
era! months in Tltusvllle about a year or Is enjoying a few weeks' rest and recreation Strawderman had often seen the pink service In St. Gabriel's Episcopal church at Lansing, Mich., writes us as follows: establishments on the East Coast ands ,)jt.' .

the proprietor of the Man- in sunny Dade, and, being an enthusiastic paper In Dade county but thought It i TitnsviUe, on Sunday next May 2nd, "Dear Sir Enclosed please find New now open. For particulars ,apply to '
00cons
house fisherman, Is devoting muchof better to have It sent to him regularly. 11 a. m. and 730 p. m. Archdeacon B. MUM. O. 8. POBTCR "
Montclair, N..J., where he the York draft for 91.00, In payment of one I ,
needs the ADVOCATE\ every his time landing shark and klngflsh every week. He Is chief engineer of the F. Brown will hold services at Cocoa rear's subscription to the ADVOCATE; i Daytona, i1*. ;
the from the Palm Beach pier. He is also Palm Beach Waterworks.In same day at 10:30: a. m. and 7:30 p. m.j;
West "I am very fond of cruising on Indian I, ...... "
devoting some attention to his large Merritt 3:30p.: m. liver[ and to winters r )''
I -Mrs. S. H. Ray 'and children, who pi pursuance of a resolution passedby hope spend many A Fine Hotel for Sale.
pineapple plantation. of callers the .
at
the but have the canal
Have been staying In New Smyrna for the Legislature; Governor Bloxham -Among some there, we must opened tn

some weeks past, are expected in Titus-. -Writing us from Bristol, Conn., Miss has fixed May 18th the date,. and Camp ADVOCATE offlne'tlils week were Mesdames between Jupiter and Lake Worth. Owner'wlshlng to retire, will sell 'thaildest
>!. L. and Roswell Coleman, Miss Now that the Indian River and Biscay
Wile to-day or to-morrow. Mr. Ray, we Delia Tuttle says: "We were very gladto Henderson as the place for holding' tha and best known transient and tx
Understand receive the ADVOCATE, as It remindedus annual of the Florida State Maggie Ramsey, Col. 8. F. Travis E. C. Hay Navigation Co. has purchased the
encampment
will manage a hotel at family hotel In Ashevllle, N. C. Small. yl
Webb Dr. F. H.
Caldwell F. J. Hough Indian River Steamboat Co.'s steamers
Buffalo Bluff, Ga., this summer. of a delightful week we spent at Troops. The Indian River Guards, In ash payment. Central location and
Ormond. We have been stopping at command of Capt. A. T. Feaster, assisted ton, Dr. W. L. Uugblett, Stanley Kltch- (as reported In a former Issue of the pink valuable to
., and Mr. Geo.. log J. A. Strawderman, E. Kuschel, '.'. hope the Canal will frontage. Apply p
inept IIt ere' prom Washington, Baltimore and other places, by First. Lieut. F. O. Williams; papeI) Company LOCK Box 605 F'.
the citizens of Chicago, Indian 'and arrived, home last Monday after a will leave Tltusvllle on Monday, May S.-Keck, Mrs. and Miss Quartermao, F. find It to their Interest to path this work Ashevllle,N. C.

> winter very pleasantly' on very pleasant trip." 17th, for Tallahassee.Mr. C. Austin.Mr. co; an early completion Help the good
River, left.for their Chicago 'home on has been cause all you can, for the whole peopleare
Monday. -Prof. Charles B. Cory, wife, family Adbemar Brady receiving L. C. Oliver, of Miami
Mr. Huston owns a very fine with you. They all want It. E. F.
week
spending a few days In town this STAPLE AND FANCY nOCER &
yacht, In which he and his family have and servants, passed through here Mon very encouraging letters respecting hisrecentlypublished Cooley."
and Boston looking over hilt orange grove In the For the best In town, H. H. Dickey
'rollte to National
""lied Washington book on
considerably on Indian River, day, en As far can learn the E. C. L. urge
T Professor ordered the pink hammock and attending to other busljness [ .as we a trial. He has 'a and varied
n 8 where the from prominent
ADVOCATE Money politicians!
follows them to Chicago. many C. & T. Co. are doing all they can In the '
thinks Tltusvllle
He still
paper to be sent. Prof. Cory is a well In the various states of the union. They matters. Mock to select<< from; popular prices. M
The wreck of their boat
-Miss B. A. Bryant and mother left known naturalist, hunter and author. predict a large and ready sale of
here, this morning, on the 'J., 'T. & K. lie f founded Canaveral Club and the work, sod naturally the outlook Is verygratifying would not surprise Oliver's u. if he opened friend one Biscayne but still the delayed work of the cutting work a the good canal deal Is/ Flue Launch for' Sale.I a

"., &,., f.r Conant, near Ocala, to spend Florida' Museum of Natural History. to Mr.- Brady, as he has devoted here again.; Mr. many merrilly and President Gen F.
to him in town. His on, -
a were pleased see
couple of weeks. have been H..eralyeara study to the much- Mlles
They so- -Miss Ida R. Bates, who has had little son Pat accompanied him to TItus Is losing no more time than pos will sell 30ft. launch
J9.ni: jng In Tltusvllle all the winter and vexed quesyon, he has presented' to the << my naphtha
*|M Bryant charge of the kindergarten departmentof sible. At present about 78 men are employed l-horse-power engine made by the Gas +o,'
Informed us that she had public In so unique a light.
school duringthe ville.Senator the work and the boat
on dredge
the TItusville public ,
.
improved Engine and Power Co., fixed, aw. -
In health her and Representatives
considerably by and previous winters, left Henley Matanzas Is said to be working/ full time
many
naybere. past lag, with curtains) and cushions; draws
She and her mother will last for Ponce Park', on fine and haircutting Hendry and Bates, who were recently the canaL-Ed. ADVOCATE.:
return to Jack80n..l1lthelr here, Saturday DID"U C" Our shaving Florida to on 80i a. of water, speed about eight miles
the Legislature
Probably
visit of a few days to Mrs. L. C. Dem- parlor, just on Washington appointed by In
and condition
a open an hour Al for, 11,00 r
few \ Their many Inspect the work done by the F. C. L. C. .
mendi hope see them aree, ere l leaving for Nashville, Tenn. avenue, TitnsviUe. cash; cost 91,860. Apply to'
to here again next & T. Co. passed through Tltusvllle,
friends New rln
Mnte.'BARBER. Quite a number of Miss Bates'; Wednesday en route to Eau Gallie, Sir g Bfoclc. H.,J. Tirrnr, i
station to bid her ,
were at the railway Coortenay Yta. ,
For. Sale. boarded launch 'and "
where they a proceeded
here
her
adieu and all hope to see again
,
Julius Kline's 'new 'and
of large
south. They were In charge spring
white l SHOP.-Wm. W. LIscher; the next winter. She will keep posted on One light draft. 60-ft, cabin steam Civil Engineer G. Trevor Spencer. Miss stock of goods Is arriving dally. It li '
the ADVO-
Where You Can Obtain; the
barber by leading
of Trenton has Indian Rive news
N. J.
opened launch; One 20 horse power Marine, Lillian Bates accompanied her lather on composed an elegant assortment of: 1
hotel a barber shop at the Indian CATS every week. < boiler, 4-ft. x.&-ft.-3. the trip. everything In the dry goods line, and U "Advocate.' 'i %

give ,Tttllllville. Do not fall to Address P. O. Box 247, well worth Inspecting. All the latest -

him a call. Just Received. Jacksonville Fla. fashl6ns are represented,' and are offered Ttre.vu. 3. B. Raravm _.'........ ,
Orange Grove and Residence Jln.Banns prates. "
at prices that will. be sure to, please

To Persona Eight hundred shirt waists of the latest for Sale. Call at once, as this ,I* an opportunitynot {
Going North. styles. Their original price was from For Sale. to be Ignored. MOVBV. We want money ta loan on flat

; : O each: will be sold next real estate mortgages. Ten per ee'li *
trio0.M orJ Line ''t-c New round- 2.00 to ,2. sacrifice-89 cents each. Palm Grove, )(Melbourne Fla. Picturesque A fine grove and garden property of free of all expense to lender. D. L. (,
week at great
torwoeBrunswick; : to York miss a these bargains. .residence; orange grove; water 12 acres, fronting on the Indian River WATCH REPAIRING done by Anthony Ganlden,.TltusvlU*.
Do not
JULIUS KLIXK, supply; fancy fruIU, shrubs, palm., etc. and extending back to the county road Bros., West Palm Beach, 11*. ".-..'
R. E. M., TitnsviUe Fla. Apply to at Sharpea-about 1A miles south of .

Can ADVOCATitnsviUe.T*, A. E. CAMPBEtt: owner TUnsvtlie-known as the Brock plea; To Civil Engineer and Snrveyon. -' !

I Fla. Melbourne Indian,River, J'Ia.' 600 bearing trees; good house four Town Tax Book Notice. s
,
Orange Grove Wanted. rooma and kitchen; servants' house and '
Bones packing house. Price, -1,600.00. A surveyor's theodol,t.and trlpo! for
Wanted.
Wanted a small orange grove' with Out of Sight I Apply to The tax book of the Town of Tit... sal*. Coat $189.00; will sell for _l I.U.III "

Save your bosses--and;: send them the 10-roomed house. Must be cheap Roaaorl A GSLAHAM, vllle will remain open until June 1st. cash. ,Apply&0' ;. -
to good
.J """Ml* Fertiliser Co. South Jack-. lor cub. Address, 8. Those !ft-eeat boxes) of candy for the I Attya. for owners! J. .. HAJPraSKTTT.: Cute. H. WALTOX,

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.. Ahead of us, wore today, the prettiesthat. Fort.Jupiter; Reservation. A several gentlemen In Nashua been ,in N.the H,habit has Michigan Lumber and Manufacturing C
for years past
Was :Very NervousMad It was like a large, round picture. -' of taking Ayer'a: Sarsaparilla to tone np
,_ MANUFACTURERS OF
The crown was high and narrow of dull; The homesteaders of the Fort Jupiter his system In the spring. The result Is -

gray, fancy braid,; the broad brim com-, military reservation, .are circulating that he finds himself stronger, many
Smothering Spells and Could posed of fluffy frills of lace the same, petition for the relief of the assessmenten and better that be had been .for Cypress or Pine Lumber, Mill .Staff, Sidings, Flood!

Not Sleep! -Doctor* Called It shade. fffhe' decorations were of pale their claim*. A duplicate petition year before. ________

1j ) Neuralgia and.Indigestion."I yellow chiffon and delicate pink flowers,', was also forwarded to Tallahassee oa On the Wand of Canna, II tllated'north.. Ceilings and Mouldings, Packing Boxes and Crates. Turning and Scroll wj

II had palm In my head, neck and with a tall ornament of black Jet and I Monday. The present sad predicament went: of the 'bland of Bum, there Is a Good work and material at low .prlcel. Take Main street car line to mill

boulders'and all through my body bat feathers..The description may net sound of the homesteaders Is the result of oxy -I hill so magnetic as to affect the compasses'

I thvf were most severe in my left side. attractive, but the bat Is like a beautiful onator Call's work, and he la receiving of passing'vessels. office. '

The doctor called H neuralgia/ and indigestion. Spring poem Ton knew her lack oft much criticism by all Interested In the I' tol1relmade'by Telephone (old line) 435. Jacksonville, FlalII.

;: I was confined to my bed tot skill In c dress, so will not be surprised to welfare of the settlers, says the Citizen. The autograph letters Sarsaparilla testifying and

eight months. I was very nervous, had know that her. frock did not do justice The affair dates bock for several. years, (other-preparations\ Ayer'are kept on file at the

snrotheringgpellaandcould not sleep. I to the bat. when Call, because the settler* would J. C. Ayer; Go's office, Lowell, Mass.
zoad of cures by Hood's Sarssparlll 'and I saw Mildred; she was-as always not agree to give ode.fourLh ol each They are from all over the world and

of a case similar to mine. My husband perfectly correct from top to toe. Her claim to a Washington attorney whom are cheerfully shown to any one desirous HARRY MASON
procured a bottle, and I began taking it.d' of seeing them. & i
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After taking one bottle I felt better, was costume was an exactly- tted and draped he (Call I) recommended 'denounced .
I affair, In ,dark blue wool and silk, a homesteaders and worked openly In the .
able to rest and my appetite improved.. Two ounces of attar of roses! represent .
''p +' continued until my nervousness was blouse frontof chiffon the same color United States.Senate against the openIng the refined product of a ton of rosebuds. Jobbers in Fine ImpartedLiquors"
i oured and I much better in of the whole of the reservation! for homestead MASON CO.W .
''k: was every and bolero, ':jacket velvety One hundred and twenty firemen are "
i9 way. My husband chef also been benefited e by a skillful arrangeroeat. entry; resulting In the government; appraising required to feed the furnaces of .a> flrst-, Iluy Street,

- S' by Hood's Sarsaparilla" MART S. of dull, copper braid, a close,.rouncT hat ; the land, which appraisements lass Atlantic steamer. JACKSONVILLE. and Cigars Hi

STORK; Spalnvilley Virginia. of the same colors, with a decoration of the settlers are,now 'unable to pay'. ,
; Sarsaparilla- blue violets, mixed with a few of yellow The petition has been signed by all of When the fair begins to fall out or '
4'i the homesteaders!, and, In addition by tura gray; the scalp needs doctoring, and Grade Whiskies
completed a costume that, worn with every prominent! resident of Dade county. we know of no better specific than 11all'sVegoetabJe Etc
her distinguished air, attracted as much *, Hair Renewer.WANTED.. AJj.,. ,
Sicilian =
Blood Furlfler.hi
1 s t' Sold IS the by Bost-rln' all druggist fact the One ii.ix True for$8.Hood's attention as aof.on the street Spring Requires '_8aw: tes"',. ,.vluw.wlh/.. .,. .
Whiskies Imported and Domestic; Southern Belle Rook and Tlye.>rom
tUm
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''r act harmoniously with You know "our" church Is very conservative That aU.the Impurities which have BrAnUes-Dollle.tI".J., punch blackberry and peach and honey.. .........from fi. M! rl
?' H. ( '8 Pills.. llood Bariaparllla and In decorating with flowers accumulated In !blood .during the (linn-Holland,Old Tom, eto........i..v,....,."' from II:M Jwrl
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;your .. .. ... .from
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never gives the carpenter or the winter shall be promptly and thoroughly/ Will pay top market prices for WHITE! Wlne lVwt''wiflrry. cit witt'Mu8c) telV Clttretl'eto''froia'. .'......". .. ."..'..".'.......'.iooF: I
Clarets-F1netBraul.\ .. .. .. .. ... .... .. .. .. .. .. "
-- florist' opportunity to display their expelled If good health Is expected. HERON and WHITE EGRET PLUMES, > < from 12.2. per
4) an weather these Bottled Beer.. ..M., ...-...,., ........ ...............f rom ILdo per
Eree and mechanical skill; although there were When the warmer comes GREEN SALTED ALLIGATOR SKINS rrr All other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices .
r banks and 'masses, and 'garlands and Impurities In 'various are liable to and manifest often themselves leadsto and SEA DIUDand/: Fur in season). Jugs and demijohns will be packed in boxes, when so requested, without

', Accepted Masons ropes of.hlte flower and green foliage; serious IIIde ll. ways Unless the blood >8 Write for latest prices.LOUIS STERN, tra cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company
take C. O. D. Send with urder to save delay and trouble
not liquor money
there were no set pieces; the effect was rich and pure that tiled feel ng: will afflict Commission Merchant; & CO.
Send for Price List OI'all upon MASON I
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I r # delicate and beautiful the extreme. will you find, your;yourself appetite"'all'run will fail and down.you" 101 Beekmim, New York City. 301, 307, 800, 311, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, Fu.BICYCLES .

Indian TitusvilleFla. We looked In at .sunny of the other Iirod'sSarsapariNatones and strengthens

lover N y churches, and In all saw more or less. the system, drives out all Impurltle8and'mlkell' ALRX NEAB.!: ERNEST TAYLOB.
toi 'Ledge,, No' .00p' elaborate arrangements of'' flowers. pure, rich, ,healthy blood.

i '. There were globes and bills,' with ropes IIoodv Sarnaparllla Is the' one true blood NEAR & TAYLOR Best line in the State
Jfol"du mentlnprathd iwaoml and if ourth Friday purifier and the bent spring medicine. ,
house,Thus and pulleys-I should >s"y ribbons, but Ilood's. to John McAllister..)
ot each uioutli! at the Court Be sure,to !get ouly Successors .
vide,at 7 bio p. nt. they were pulleys-by which the globes ,

\. A. T., Feaster". Worshipful Warden.Master. could be raised, and the, hills among Better than paper'bag to put the coal Artesian Well Contractors, 1
leG. W. Sooble Senior
K. }'.. Hall, Junior, Warden. them were huge gates, crowns, stars, on a sickroom fire, are pasteboard boxes LUTHY, $.1.50.00.FOWLER. .
; B. R..WU ,'Treasurer. crosses, ladders, rainbows and Innumerable as recommended by a trained nurse.; EAU CALLIE. FLA.
J. Mendel, Secretary.M. other device calling forth the 'admiration $100 $75.00.

-- 8. Hums, Senior Deacon of the crowds who gazed.' /
.- *J. A. Uappersetto, Junior Deaconfr CLEVELAND $100,.$8o.OO.
The sermon, say you f the sermon ?
? A.,A. Stewart, T. H. Sanders, stewards. Grocery. I
1, B. A. Uelger: Chaplain. Yea, it was the usual thing about the Magnolia .... WESTFIELD;>,. $75.00, $60.00.
resurrection and the consolation that .
iI ,A. Freacher, Tyler.; L
such an assurance of immortality Is' tous H. A. HENRY, Proprietor.Wholesale S.--------------------------H.
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all. I thinly tbe' sermon gave great and Retail Dealer InSTAPLE' B. F. MANIER Jr.
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TIIK PHKH1ME GRANT. satisfaction. I noticed that two of the

--=.- most exacting old gentlemen In the congregation ,,h,- AND FANCY GROCERIES.:** .* Jacksonville, Fla. |
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I A report from Washington says that: were smlllnpr great delight ,"
Senator Pottigrew, from the Committee I as they walked out. I thought at the Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please :yon.: rtt.r With Freyer &; Bradley Music Co. ,

if 1 on Publlo Lands' on the 21st Inst., flIed I moment that their pleasure wa caused 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

( '' a mInority' report on a result of the by the new shining high hats which they Telephone No,255. .

Investigation of the' Perrine grant, In carried before; them; but. I beg their -'- FREYER & BRADLEY 'MUSIC COfflPANl
I Florida' conducted during the last session dear-old pardons; laIn sure now that It

{ M J .t He take Issue with the majorityand was the sermon 'with which they were W. B.: DAWSOXT '
(Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.
contend that It I U the duty .f Con- so pleased. '. )

gross to declare tho grant forfeited' and There special Easter music In an Wholesale and Retail Pianos Organs and: Musical Merchandis
Qlh of the Executive Department 'to cancel the churches, as usual. Our organ 'Is r ,

s the patents and punish the offenders.He one of the finest In the country, and our *
t says; that "No compliance on the part quartette Is composed of' some of the WINE & CHANCE. OF A, LIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS' AT. A SACRIFIC
with the provisions LIQUOR MERCHANT. We purchased in January last the Immense, stock of Pianos, Organs, shJ
Perrine
of the heirs best; singers In the city, ;yet we bud nothing music and musical Instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing ol
; s;! .. of the grant hav' beon made, but by In the way of oratorio or grand furnish the stock. of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room for a fij,
C' fraudulent !and pretended compliances of music; It was all new, sweet and line of the celebrated Conover New England, Schubert and KJngsbury Plan

t, patents have been secured to nearly simple with a grand anthem of triumphat I J 19 WestBay: St., Jacksonville, Fla. ask We for have them the:following pianos, which" are worth from. 1100-to' $200 more than v

r1 93,001) acres of public domain, In fraud the close of the service.'' Conover.style K....al..,.............. .. ... .
1 : .3110 Halne Dra etyle mah.. ...............,.1+
I f a ,of the rights of the people of the United That music and the flowers, withoutthe Fine Old Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines Havana It K.eb...... .'.. .......... .. .. ... 3211 Schubert It 18.......................... .'
: '.It. .It J.eb. .......... ....... .. .. 2q, Malcolm Love wal....................
Vr:; States and without any consideration. fashionable congregation, the grand J.wal.. ... .... ..,..., .'..... 3Q! Steinway eb... ..... ....... .
: .....,......... 400 .,, .... ...I
whatever. church the sermon the lessons the Mexican and Florida M.eb..I. Everett eb .. .... ..... .IMoCammon I
or Cigars. .........................8o Kinksburya leB,, eb................ ......
+ //II.; The report also expresses the opinion prayers, was enough to carry conviction Kyle.. 2'.I..al.. .........., ....... Boa .. /r A eb........ ............
It 2'l.mab... .... .... 3110 Knabe Brand .... ....... ..
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? that) "there Is both fraud and mistaken of the truth of the teachings of the day.. FINE JBVk.WOY CUtOOEJUIIES.WHISKEYS .. ". rwal.................;.. tie Stuyve"ant eb..l. ,. t
I the part of the officers of the govern Enough. Yours ever a \reb.................;. 2110. o w&!....................
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I* from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Oo"odll.r Haines.. Bros.. e.eb.............. ....... ono Newsby R Evans eb:....................
: ment In issuing the patents. O. M. ELLIS. .. II 8.eb. .................. tie Jae.. M.Star. eb..H.. I
h lie that there are Indications of : Price List upon application. Tour Jug Trade Solicited. u ? Smah..........:..........lac Morrie. I

collusion says on the Dart of the officers of [Crowded out"of last Issue.] If you wish to open an account you must give first-class city references.' Some of these pianos have been rented, but we have had them re-polished a,
t put In thorough order/ and we guarantee them to be satisfactory money
mj j;,: the government lu helping along "this funded. We furnish a[stool, scarf, Inn trnotlon book and delivered f. o. b. JaclJ
ijl'. ,nefarious and fraudulent transaction." A toniC pill la made from the dried sonville; cash or installment. Sheet music at half price. Write u,.

,,,;. The chief interest In the matter Is blood o* an ox. The blood of an ox contains FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY,

,{' II: because the Perri noe' are related to ex- It Is said, a larger. proportion of A Fertilizer for Fruit. c 24 'East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.O .

:te' President Cleveland. Iron than the blood of any other animal.In .

'''i ,- some parts of Africa a vegetable "
t1'! LETTER. ======== "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer, Z3C S. a L-C- c3Z .00.
EASTER butter Is made from the fruit of the rhea .

.":.' ----- tree. It Is said to be richer rn flavor Jrl.oe: : >eg5.0C> :Per Ton.. DBALIR8 IN '___

t.T The following has been sent to the than the butter made from cream. Pl.n.e: 'Wines: a.n.c1 Laiciuora'S
GUARANTEED ANALYSIS :..,.rr.. .
r.i, \ : ,,.,,.... ADVOCATE for publication. : Moisture ,... ..... . .. .. .. .. ...'_ .''.'. ,8 to 10 Per Cent.. \: /, /i elf, '419 IT.. Buy St.,
''):4; \ NEW TOBK, April 10, 1807., Ammonia.-.4M to 6 u ",Jil\ ')jJ/j J .

". '!Dear. Cousin-'Though you do profess Eternal Vigilance. Phosphoric Acid. . .. .. ,. . .. .5 to 6" ... :"' .. <;"I o iMJ"JACKSONVILLE: Fl

: yourself so perfectly contented and happy "Eternal vigilance Is the price of liberty." Potash (Actual). .. . ..,. . .. .6 to 8 II 4;.rtl: .:: ell, .' thy RICH blood.WINES Don't create make good the rnlnuke fish L->.
e In ;your far-away Southern home, I It I* the price of eve 1 thing worth having Made exclusively: : from Bright Cotton Seed Meal, Nitrate of Soda Blood, Bone. "-V4.64f enII LI'ftTiAIi'lI! buying sour poor wine because n I
I i; ''know ;you well enough of old ,to know It life 1 la the itaelf.priceof A Dissolved Phosphate, Fine Ground Tobacco Stems'and Sulphate of Potash. :M.A:. : D .... cheap. It effect I*not.upon It the baa system, ",haP dlilfrreeable

:if(, ''that you will have a lively interest'In man needn't be 37" Write for directions for using ami further particulars; also ask for .'"-'>--=-- + good wine is really not expennive, i
always looking copy of "Economical Fertilizing for Fruit." We carry a large stock of all Fertill ;:.:-..,! gave yon that pulled-together, -.
of Easter: at home, so I mean to tell you for dancer, ser Material, Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dust Potash, etc. Write for prices be- rf''es'' eaU8fte,1 feeling
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.."..\. something about It. afraid thataomcthini fore buying. :We seek the growers trade direct. '. (r ':k!>-t r ; Una OT"Mountain We make Dew Specialty Corn Whiskey of North tJu

t'.. So w:I wish ,we could walk together down J ; will WILSON & TOOMER Fertilizer Co. ,!tit: J.i-. year old. '2JSO per gallon.
him
happen to ; I. Partial living In Dry Towns will'
(. a Sixth avenue and Broadway.. Never was +' but a wise man The I !1 Jit: well to order from us. ai. we can c
( the display In store windows so fascinating 1 will form a habit t Fertilizer House of Florida, ;"T; them 60 per ce.nt.\ on all order
k of care about the b' -:- ; KIT Always send money with onVe .
\ ,, ; never was there so many wonderful / important things of Jacksonville. Fla.. Nj:2415: : \ will not open new account un

qi.. '. and beautiful novelties-not In the way life.It 'a /r./ '. .. softableJackeoovlllereferonceieTonep ..
isn't half .
so ,
: \ "of meraento'e the but In 'trM',1 W' .., Brewing f"
of
season,, costumes much trouble to take I '\. Agent for Indlanopolln InHercules
4-- hats-anil the possibilitiesof care of yourself aa it Brewer, and Bottlera.lndIRnupolil.
.*; )Ii wrap la not to. A man THE .PAINT STORE Malt Tonlo WM per case oJ Clayton A Russell Wild CherryBrandi tide per cut.
t them In the goods displayed. Never ;1, who follow. regular, e : .
':' were commonplace and medium geode! healthy habit, feel .
t. so cheap; and never was It caster id !Life all the time. .
4 1* worth living The New Peach MASCOTTE
'.,: spend large sums upon rich and rare to him. But a man ROOFING AND SHEATHING' PAPERS
:t novelties. So the rich can still be as ex. who "don't want to ,
bother" with "
taking
[ : elusive as they choose; and the poor, care of himself has hy a THE BEST PEACH for both marks
l\I .allul must be shabbier than ever, for more pain and misery 711 gapers f 1 fIGHE51' and home use ever Introduced. (0iTert|
crowded into
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';r' with no work, there Is no money to'r' y day. than a good one qIfITY this season for the first timo. For (fill'

Bpend,' and ,the goods needed In homes' a healthy hearty.man particulars address
to who live. right Outride: Cold Water Po.J. t=. '
'r' must still remain la the stores in
: spite would ever know of LOWEST fifFREIGHT: THE ORIFFINO B\OS. CO.,
of their enticing:.low prlc,1I.i. ,, in a whole year.
You When a mslt's atom lb-I.-out; of order I. E. BAIRD & co.7. Pomona. Nursery*
the much
... escape lIght'.If misery .
i. + and his digestion don't work; when his liver Fla.
In your Isolation away down on Indian I"'ta to be alng-ffUh and won't clear the bile 53 West Bay A Laura Sts., .. .I JACKSONVILLE Macclenny .
,Blver oat of his blood,it la time for him to lookout FLA.
which I would gladly share with P/f EPAID We also ; lilt'
I for himself. He no nourishment carry stock a complete
4.:you for the sake of that escape If my out of his food. Bin blood acts thicker and Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes, and Room Mouldings. of Fruit Trees, ornamentals and toO
y duty did not hold me here. thlckerwlth imparities. His nerves get ird- '
tated. He lows energy and fighting force. ,
Cato
s Easter Sunday dawned clear and warm, H. may soy "I can stand it. I will feel SAW AND PLANING BULL.' JACKSONVILLE' Agents .
YARD.
'f' and by early church time better tomorrow"but the chances an he
very many will feel worse tomorrow and '11M..... still p.datka. Flu. E. Bar St.. Foot of CaUt.rID"WILSON .locality.
,people-even here up town-were upon next day. He ought to pat himself right at -
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'the street; and even old Parisian veterans once. He needs Dr.Pierc'a Golden Medical CYPRESS COMPANY T- ---------
eeh used to Innumerable new customs Discovery. It U made for ju.t thin condition : ,
It rouses up the digestive and nutritive ROYAL-TANSY
L each season, wore a self-satisfied, self- organ, and gives them power to extract Manufacturers of ,PILLS IIIRBER '
from the food all the nutrition element .
conscious air that '
proclaimed abroad "aw W. BMsmekW >. >.
the Easter suit; for, unless It be a wed. and blood.transform It enable them the liver into to rich cleanse<< nourishing out all Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. "\ 1e .A-,hisses and..I..a.t" Pxvrnralua: Wr.up. s

'' ding, no other costume In all the yep bilious Imparities and poor into the circle War .uo.......Now-w.d-by.,,J::eo BRASS .
Non an abundance of highly viteliaed n.
blood a '
1 ? I* or Is meant to be-quite so Impree- fall of the life.giving red corpuscles: which A large stock of Dry. Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding mouldings, shingles, .. ='- Mr.'......So._, .._W.si.ga.., 1tur1.: .
rive M the'one worn. first on :Easter and build up healthy flesh, : lath and picket always on !hand thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypressmonidings '' S -.. Yr..p.aMa ....-W. -Ie. bsN..4.
tv It does
'. aerve.e.eegv. not make oi--.r'rrlE..u: :...
.Sunday.Jars.. flesh. It i* the only of all pattern* a specialty UA.Ii T.... c: au. TEL

l Y D. s., wbo"Dow.' tits two seats strength-builder corpulent. people. When at horn, writ. n, for- price;.when np oar way, come and see na. Sold by J. B. Screven, only. fnE IsL

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, APRIL 30. 1897.

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professional TIIEOSOPIIY. which those conditions are manifested. Notice For Publication. ;

-- Mental culture does DO YOU NEED FRUIT TREES?
Goori 'tV ALT..8.Oa..... PART I. not deal with the .

lID.arn.GRAHAM- Editor,. Advocate fundamental characteristic of the wind, LAND OFFICE, l -..- Experience ,
;ii> : a. is often supposed. It only furnishes Gainesville\ Khw, April ., 1807 r Citrus Trees at reduced prices Are

AT LAW: There seems to be an advance more on information of things and events. The j NOTICE Is hereby given thiit tlie lulh'WIIIII'-; budded at the ground .>n 4-Y"IIr-old
ATTORNEYS- the line of mental true Bottler "". algid' >llllu of >hie' i"t,,". Floc( Ida; Itsiucli Lemon, stockn.. :U.OOO has that
capacities conclusively
( attracting qualities of the mind always remain lion to make anal proof In proven
1 _OUB9:-From 10 to 12 a. m., ubllo attention. From the be *lmMitlUiatgMr| ,:, will l..support t made of before Ills them are Tardiff, others are .
iCS and 2 to 4 p. m. of the standpoint same, which verifies the scripture Clerk.Circuit Court: at Tlliisvllle. ...1..., elll Brown Ruby Tangerine, ut'l better grapes and peaches, sM

II W Brevard Co., Florida. theosophist, the mind can nut which says "the dog will return' to his MAY ttuil, 1H9T Triumph and Common. Grape Fruit, ,; and more of them arc produced: '
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''fI1'11sVILLS only grasp and Vise each 20.25!
analylze temporal and vomit" and "the HOW that In washed RdwarAJ.lnet0rine'of Canaveral Fla., per 100.

mmFla .):8cctie, In aU tae ooniu-stat.. and fed, tangible objects, but can create and will returned to her wallow In the mud !auction iNiiwitmil 13, XtlMV' for: the NnuthojMt....11..3.quarter suet.. 01 lioone'sEarly & Mott's. Blood, 60o when Potas.h is liberally ap- '
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j-jrwiiitles for examining and perfect- materialize inorganic conditions which and the mire. You may cultivate and continuous He names. rmliltmoe the following, Ulan wittiness all.I cultivation, to pr..ve hi of*, each per and lOHSatsuuia ( Mandarin, 40o. each. plied. To insure; a full crop of 4,

attaches an Importance to human Imitate tbe dog and the IIRld ..",.V .: u. W1"- of Lamb each.
"1'11111'' powers sow. The inpress 'Ia W. CanaveralJ Orange, Ma. choicest quality use a fertilizer '
"""tortue. or Canaveral
t heretofore supposed to exist only in of love, hatred, hope and despairs N. tlchooekofCalaveralFlu! '' .' N. !v.VILlI".* Heedless! Grape Fruit, SOo. each $40
CAxyELWES, divine hands. conveyed through the particular modeof of Nathan)'1... _enny per 100.' containing not less than Io"
J. M. 11ARCU Also all of the varieties of peaches
NOTARY PUBLIC One of the greatest problems of human expression either by word or deed, Register, that are known to be best suited to this Actual Potash.Orchards

STATE AT LARGE., capacity Is to comprehend how small and can only affect a second party by South Florida section, including the .

taxes paid for non- I and insignificant we are in comparison direct moans, and its effect Is realized new Free StoneOrange poach, that
" writing, ; to divine Master's Sale. originated |In Orange county, and Is the and treat- '
instead vineyards
rc:" wnto and aocounta collected, powers, of assuming through what It suggests.; -' best peach yet out for this section.JAMES .

: i.1 Correspondence solicited. i our equality. If such was a fact, we People who never investigate* and an- UNDER an,1 bl virtue 6f a decree of fore- ed with Potash are compara- ;y .
-. Florida.olt Would have and eels I."ed 0111. of the Circuit MOTT,
rilolvllle, no need of a higher alyze the problems of and Court for
power cause effect linvanl
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county a cause there ORLANDO NURSERY tively free' from insects and
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rtedEtc S. JONES, ,. ,. I to look to, aa we would be supreme our- but float with the tide and current of plalnaniand'in depending It.wherein J. Tlffln J.I*R.defendant Harper ;I*I coin will Winter Haven, Fla. disease. .

elves. But mental science has failedto the varied conditions of life, are always sell at public auction to the blithest .and best plant '
bidder for nosh, in front of the court house 'AH ... ... ... 1'peimene
demonstrate such bonl Potash-th mnlmef Its .1 hv .ual.
lloo I ATTORNEYATLAW.E theories, and they Impressed with the Idna of the superna- d tort. at Tltcerllle.,ll'la., during the legal hour on the beat farms to the Unliaa Smt._la (
p can only; be kept afloat by the visions of tural or some game of deception or of *.Ie.upon the HODGES & GODFREY aid In a little book which. publl.h and .lll lUdlfalllr '
unbridled FIRST MONDAY IN MAY A D 18IIT, **la any....... In Araeriba who will writs fork e 1
BREVARD CO. FLA Imaginations. fraud
; with the most
and
practical
commonplace the followliiflr described" real estate of the de GERMAN KALI WORKS. ,' N
All questions of science meet with affairs in life. There are fendant tuated In Urevard county Florida, :Manufacturers of 91 Maswu S. New York i
of Brewd'County.L.DODSON t.Wttt'Alloflot. four ol .
Judge i..otlol117..
contalnlmr
County Intense opposition, particularly in matters many who pass through life who never 31 acres,more .4)1 Jemf Also the west ,

of sentiment, feeling or special have but one prominent Idea, and that of hnlf01southwustinserter. r.llon az, containing of twenty southeast.wires quarter; Also Yellow Pine Lumber NATIONAL ,
:
ped r D. beliefs. People are often much more Idea Is the product of. their special Tortiiof the shore of the Indian River ten ,

soAA d Impressed with their desires and beliefs characteristics' and they Ignore/ all other feet tlon 371 thence the. east northwest 70 yards corner, thence of south lot 8, seo.I1\t f. ROUGH DBK8SBD, Home-Seekers .

per DENTIST.: than with facts but ionslderatlons. yards ifneno' west. 70 yard to the shore of In. Oran .' '
Doa
00 ter unfortunately For instance, when the dian River? ,thenoe meandering the shore of the |\( Heads '. '
'1 per I for such, science is no respecter of beliefs Mea of grasping and controlling "pre Indian River north to the point of commence- Fruit Vc tabl Orate. REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
' Office over postofflce.C8VH.LE I
'Operi and theories. One of the most dominates, they Ignore all other considerations ::: V lees ounWlnlnQ, with: buildings.one-fourth thereon.of an acre' Lumber delivered at any Jlllrt of Indian River "

i out. FLOSIDA. striking illustrations of these varied ; and by the Union man has 11 All,township 01 the above 113. south Istsl KSKIn on thmiiirb ImlUllnor:: bill on of the lading Kant Coast. Anyone,would oonMimplatInr do well to- 1-------

my.i.A.I theories Is, the diversity of beliefs on grasped his million he becomes a financial rtm R. FREEMAN HALL: J.write,T.iSk for; K.pAces W.Rj.The,9 mile Sawmill south Is situated of Falatka.on the Exchanging Property for Property a .: '

L. GAULDEN. Geological questions, and particularly crank and a moneyed desperado, Satsuma Hlghta Putnam Specialty. Send Description of what ,

' t theosophy, which bas and Is still oaus- and a suffering pauper, and Is eager to Special Master's Sale. co.,Fla- you. have, and what you want. j

ATTORKTET-AT-LAW!: lug as much discord in the religious seek any and all opportunities to dig the MALABAR. Indian\! River, FLORIDA. .,'

will 'nnotlo In all the Conrta of the But world as any existing' disaffection; and crumbs of bread out of the stomachsof UNDER a final decree of foreelosure and sal .
the United State Courts. March 23rd lean the lion. C. f y
lloriUa,and by CARHOLL, t1
It Is a question easily settled if placedon starving mothers and babes to add to John D. Brooms"lodge of the f th Judicial I r
|'.0.Box:,'2A.. T1TU8VUJJC, FLA.Money Us merits under the established laws its ability for creating more distress. Iraultof FlmldaiUtInn7n Chancery for the Real Estate Agent. '
of Lake
County In a certain .
to Loan. 18 cause before him I "
elemental. screnoe, so far as diversified The reason for this Is easily explained. pending,wherein William McCabe it complainant :i I
and J. ..W. Nonbrup aa sheriff of Lake I ,
(
FREEMAN HALL, theories figure: in the case. Why are Every: Individual\ has his limit of .mental county and ex-offlolo: administrator of the e. i The Largest and Most' 'Com \ .
R rate of_ Wm. Lee Anthorv.. deceased and the .\
thorn .tswlthheld well
? Because one is' as physical capacity for controlling '
help of Mia
Apthorp are defendants, the unenlfcned -
ATTORNEYATLAWA afraid Ills "immersion" doctrine will' be ( and directing the affairs of life. as Special Muter In Chancery, will, C' Establishment, South.

INSURANCE AGENT. pulled out of the water; 'another his These vast accumulations are as unnatural during" 1 the. MONDAY.legal hours MAY ot vale,on G t HACKER & SON
; erd| 18OT, h S
I 1 1I
Titusville, - Florida. Episcopalian robes will be shaken off his and cumbersome as so 'much a. th* front door of the court house at Tavarm, THEPLANT ,

[ ]Bepreu'entiDR Insurance Companies all the best: Is and strongit ; boulders;; another his camp-meeting surplus flesh, which corrupts and destroys Lake public county.auction Florida, the land offer described for.sale. for In said cash decree at- '

prepared sensations will be broken up; anotherIs all mental sensibilities. '''There Isbut or a* much. thereof ai may be necessary to
j write lines to any amount, anywherei satisfy salil decree,which' ant aa follow i I
the East\; Coast. afraid he will be "fired" from his sit- one thing In'craokism that'can exceed Lot 13 of Motion rl1 Iota 2'!, I and 13 of tec- .'

fast seat of do-nothing, and be requiredto such a pitiful and miserable classof 21 ion, south 2Tl)'and of range lot 6 of JW section east,containing 35 all In aia.28 township acres :

WATNK' BAY, DADS: COUNTY: act himself instead of waiting for Godto so-calledhuman beings and that is the more or lees| Also lot 4 and north-half of Iota t
nd 3, being northeast quarter of southwest ,
f W. EWAN, foreordain'and do all things for him; orankism of American women for Investng quarter and northwest quarter of southeast SYSTEM.
|I. U. '8. COMMISSIONER.Notary and the in worthless foreign titles. quarter 01 section 1.11 and north-half of southwest .
so on through catalogue of pet They quarter of Motion. 24.all In township !M. eiVr.rY.
I Public State al Large. beliefs. .People prefer thelr beliefs in ,will invest all,.regardless of the amount, south of range art east, and containing isL14sores d
,more or less also lot 1 of section S3,
| In r
Lands Selected; Conveyances made. preference to any test for a fact. In an'empty title that carries no force or township 18,south of range 28 east; and northwest Travelers.If
Correspondence solicited.. Address: quarter of northeast quarter.f section 18, Notice to t
f There Is. an opposition'tbat reaches equivalent whatever, so far as they are In township 18, south of .. .\ .'
Bay,View. Hotel Cocoanut Groves range SfT east, oontaln- y{ .
a.N Office, Ewan's Landing. even to denunciation against discussing( personally concerned, except to play tog 86.80 acres, more or less) all the foregoing. jt/"
land situated Lake Florida,
.. the fundamental principles of theology;; second fiddle with a class of people by Also lot 1 and north-half county of lot t,section M, you contemplate a trip to any point :

N GEORGE w. ALLEN; and! at the same time, it has never been no means desirable for imitation. In township 86.83 acres U,and south situated of range In:26 Putnam east, oontalnng county,- NorthEast, West or to any Florida Manufacturers of 'A' :
:
claimed by the most profound theologians -I These results'are the effects of the one Florida. point, for reliable Information, through '" I\\1
Also the east fractional part of lot >, In Me
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW W, that these varied theories on theologyare dea-principle, which has no, conneoa lon ) In ao, south of ran 88 81U1eoontalnlngno rates and most convenient schedules, Doors, Sash, Blinds,,, ;': :
IraAltlon..1part +
: /! acrea, and the oast ...
tlon with
anything than beliefs. As 'reason or common sense. ..
more
of lot I I. In section 14, In township SO, south write to the who will
is |Key West, Florida. these; varied theories among themselves They are governed entirely; by the predominance of range 88 eoHt.tcoiit lining 2.! acres i both undersigned, Moulding and Building Material. i, .
tracts last mentioned
situated In Jirevard
Will practice In' the United States proves, It is only a matter of.belief, as a of the baser or animal temperament county, Florida. answer all letters promptly, and give Warerooms KIng ,' :.1: '

iC lad State Courts. .9jun05/ known fact would settle those- differ in its most deprave<\form. It Terms. oasb. rurchaser to pay for titles.J. you any necessary information. Office and Opposite .Hi
M. CHENEY : '
sit r ences. Is all, unfortunately, a question of self. Special Master In Chancery The Routes offered via. the Plant Cannon Street, '

I JAR. F. II. HOUGHToN, 'I am not opening the question as to Jf[ these'money; and title hunters were Arthur F. Odlla System, the equipment i\, and excellent Charleston S. C."' /,o 1t'
.
a t, the merits or demerits of theology, but capable of analyzing the problems of Solicitor for Complainant. aprt-30 e' ,f I
service, are unsurpassed ,by; any line. ,
basis and effect and the stand ,
Ina simply stating' the on which It 1! cause not from

-- DENTIST.. -'. acts. I am only discussing the questionof point of 'reason' and practical sense, instead Master's Sale. Through Sleepers are operated on all Sash Weights, Cord and .

$2IC Ibaytona, w 'i Florida the limit of the human1 mind, with- of giving themselves up to selfish trains of this System, Insuring Luxury, '. ';'Q

out"reference to any other questions or purposes, they would be a blessing Instead UNDER and by virtue of a decree of fore Comfort and every; convenience., Hardware. J I I i
and ale Issuing out of the Circuit Ir
T 0.. FRIES, C. E. theories it might involve, and call atten- of a curse to society. It Is not to Court for Brevard county, In a cause thereIn -. AddressR. 1;
1 be wondered at that these vast pending, wbereln Oeorfte D. Bain 1* the coinlamant L. TODD
conditions accumulations -
,
tion to these to show why > and James T. Sanders and others are Window and Fancy ClassAaSPLCXALTY. :
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land facts clearly susceptible demonstrationare I I In single hands have become a defendants I will sell at public auction In front "i Dlv. Pass Agt, '
of tbe court house door, at Tltusvllle, during
legacy ignored and rejected simply because menace to tbe public. They are dangerous the legal hours of sale,upon the Bret Monday In or C. II. HOWARtf, City Pass. Agt. '
surveyed and sub-divided. and destructive to public Interest. May.IHII7. to the highest and best bidder for ,: :
conflict with their desires beliefs They;
they I' cash
the following described real estate situated Jacksonville Fin. 'I
,
I Happing neatly done. Estimates for and theories. crush out and pauperize our women and In the town or Tltusvllle, County of l re- Choice '

A all kinds 'of engineering'works.. Disputed Mental science\ has demonstrated many children, and uphold and protect the card.Lot, to-wit eight(8)i of, block 17,according to the map 1 Wines Liquors \ '.. I

In and all of .depravity. of J. Francis Le Baron together with the nine-
lines a specialty. facts contrary to theories, and among owners robbery manner room dwelling house upon said lot, and an tbe of and Cigars. '
some of the most important is the acting ; Or, in other words, it is ruin improvements,fences out-house*, pumps, etc., ?" 'Guaranteed :I
bBDASTIAN: Brevard Co.,,i- FLORIDA haraon. 8ald lot I la on the northeast corner ol Pure. .
and reacting forces of the mind. The both, t6 themselves and their surround Palm and South treats having a frontage> of '
ee feat.on South street by 103 feat on -'alm Sold at reduced : .
that the mind Is an ings. :1':1
Independent
theory
street ,., ''
an.'ted..-.4.. :3X.n.xa.: : prloM I ,
element that controls our bodily actions, JENSEN: : April 1897.. D. L. OAULDKN ,1'//, /:

In every section at once to sell. staple and is capable of distinct endowment to MONT AJlDEE. pr2-aO. Special Master. WANTED-PAITHFUL MEN OR JIDPorWcl,0 Tour Win., :1'\
goods to dealers
; no peddling; experience Continued! next week. responsible '
b
[ ]
unnecessary; best side line. '76.00. commune-, with outside or foreign elements established! house In Florida. Salary from .Italy. ,

month.' Salary and expenses or large independent( organic conditions -The ADVOOATK Is still giving/ away; $780 and expenses. Position perm au-
commission made. Address, with 2 cent -as Is claimed by: theo ophlsta-Is I, There Is'more catarrh In this section tree,' tobacco seed of the finest grade. ent. Reference. Enclose selfaddressedstamped John B. Tognl I.
$ stamp for Healed of the country than all other diseases Jail and with Instructions forts The National ((Slat tAt
particulars,Clifton Soap get some, envelope. ,
wholly; untenable in any senBe'wbatever.. and the Saloon 123 East Bay 1S4;,. J !
Md Manufacturing Company, Clncln put together, until last few ;years cultivation. Insurance Bldg.f, Chicago Metropolitan ;
all, Ohio. If such was the case, the mind could was supposed to be incurable. For a .. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .
'
exist and act Independently of organic great'many years doctors pronounced It "' t(t
.. .. .
Wholeul and .1. .
.
local disease and prescribed local remedies ..
a .
.
support. All the elements of the universe t;
,
Why will you buy bitter 'nauseating and by constantly; failing to cure "
tonics when Grove's Tasteless Chill are the products of organic matter, with local treatment, pronounced It In :'
VIQORQUS. ,
. Tonic is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup. whether acting upon -voluntary or In- curable. Science has proven catarrh to WEAK MEN MADE 1'1'd5t j

Tour druggist is authorized to refund voluntary principles. be a constitutional disease and there-
; .
o.r r .the money in every case where It falls to As but produce fore, requires constitutional treatment. Southern.Railway ,',>I<
nothing organism can
'ure. Price, 60 cents.231007( Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by $1 e Q ''II 2.l},
action, the mind Is the direct product of F. J. Cheney <&' Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the : "',

the brain, and its capacity; Is governed only coustitutional cure In tbe market.It ::7riI
\XrANTED-FAITHFUL,' MEN OR Is taken Internally in doses from 10 + !
the organism and capacity of brain ; >
, V V women to travel for responsible by drops to a tea poonful.:., It acts directly ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.
wtaWUhed, house In Florida. .Salary forces. The capacity of the brain for on the blood and mucous surfaces of the; What FFE R'S I Fr!! 60. Dili ,j',
an
1780 t seta I sod qn Cr. C en
and expenses. Reference. Enclose self-addreBsed demonstrated with different classes 'and any case It falls to 'cure. Send for ,'nzovoz pIJLI':_&111'I I DBAWT3TO BOOK>, ,CABS, DXHTVOTHOXOVOB7ABX 031, m.nr.quvrlout V 1 1.e. 0.isir... .a 'y,1

tamped envelope. The National, Star characteristics of people. Some classes circulars and testimonials. Address, OOAOBXB. VISTIBTTLBD TBAIN8. Ia I el, mle. .J
Insurance Bldg. Chicago Jan29,97\ F. J. Co. Toledo O .It f N 11. .m er. e i a. <<: i
CHENEY ...
and warlike others docile ....., ..4 ,f.et. a s.11 .be. Q.eerw. ,!
are "
are savage Sold by; all druggists, 75c. t7a,1M r.tle. Wards o lnsanltf eo..empfkin. I

-envelopeee' note need In the way of: and affable; while Others are sluggishand NORTH EAST AID WEST. lnr Pent tRll'F.1d lee i.ultLi lmpos.awortheNeubailute VUer rest o 10.54{op 105 14 y. 1.i}",;

and letter heads, bill selfish. Curious as it seems, there IJ a distinct Can S.e. Inv. plain wrs.. w
beads we statements, tags, cards, etc 1 Savage and warlike people have a relation between man's pursuits and the THREE DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN .FLORIDA AND THE'EAST.. Wit ben. : S Ice s..::r N iwt..i. I

lfork.shall be glad to have a share of' your broad base of brain, high and 'narrow at color of man's hair. An unusual proportion New York and Florida Limited, ,+l

the summit; docile- and affable classes of the men with dark hair Washington and Southwestern Limited, 'Sold, by ,J. D. Scteren, only. :: 'i

X-The Walton Rapid Calking Machine, have a narrow base and broad summit: straight hair'enter the ministry; red And tbe United States Fast MaIL '"'M. -!
'14 one, t5l.No. two. $10; No. three, fl selfish classes have a broad base and low apt be 1'\
whiskered to to
tnsvnIe, Ela; men are given ..o TeArs'
attitude; and so on through an anl al sporting and horseflesh; while the tallvigorous OUT U B017U JACKSONVILLE TO W.uDIlIGT01l. axrsalis s. 'iI

mind Is not only the direct OILY 11 DOns JACKSONVILLE TO NEW TORT "'
life. Each
-We ; neat
have blonde de
Just received another,, supply man, Ce'pdalttof Ilft-.d Pullman ate da. Oars MIl ..... Is
of very fine grades of tobacco seed, product of the brain, but each character the Vikings, still contributes a large .....V"'kW.Trains.{lays.omperd.. "tboG.of t.M ,,ha 1.ektrash.IDKIOa. 1Mlt/mur.. 6't, ;.
FbIk,, .... ,
'JlcU will be given away to any; person Istlo of tbe mind. contingent to travelers and emigrants.. "" .. ..II.W x. 1 '
send /
stam <
some to the fo+!-OCATE addressed office.envelop for of any; organ of the brain, which controls If TOO wish to purify; your blood you. ..sira nmted Trstas tram Js-keoorUle.CU aoa.l via e....... .......sad Oka. ....es. .a... ; ',.f.\,

any special element'of .the- mindparalyzes should take a medicine which cures blood I ONLY 24 HOURS JACKSONVILLE( TO OIIOI..A.TL TIIAOsI MAUKftVOBMOM .r,.t. ''.". '..01'1
mind on' that particular diseases. No other medicine has such a HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO LOUIBTlLtB.Dvraorr. *.
the ONLY 25 COPYRIGHTS .... f f't! 'j
record of Hood's .
cures as Sanaparilla.
.
whether Intellectual or .... e..Hs, SOT OHIOAOO. CLaTgLANA UfnUIf.4POLIIJ. s*fy: PAUL $* h
organization, : ,
-' .... aU pd.es Mow* ... w.4. 5'.aIT.erw .wfknmrttIooeees
ba alar. The mind Is' a component element t'fl
When ytla of the brain; and must necessarily; Hood's pin are easy; to take biliousness easy to THROUGH' BLEEPING 0AM JAOPOlYILLg TO ST. LOUIS. 'tt.6-N". I...... I,.

operate. 'Cure Indigestion, W1... .ass ....Sv.................,T#.- .... Ikiiy NTISE& ..... 18M4.. 1,1,
plant peedar plant be governed by bodily conditions; and, 25c. t. p.,............... iii''
HOURS'TO
In flke manner, is susceptible to outsideor ONLY is ST. LOUIS. 80IENTIFIO AMERICAN <
._,..... r* "-.11. "*."* *" *_*"(Uv wi.- .... ... feels 0.. '" ,i'
The movement of a clock pendulum hIJ.- "; .
influences. JsAIOSCIM Me ,
Dan \
foreign ROUTEs" tI'In dally : :; .. "
FERRYS The 'mind, simply within, itself, has has been said to pat musicians out 'of ASHEVILLE -t........"" ..AIIIe9 Ie,.....-1M' .Lute ...; .;::" pwattNa es. ......dLlJwaWsL ..
AMetes '
neither active or negative/ qualities, and I time. Sarsssate, the'violinist once "LAND OF THE SKV.oft. ." 05 RATme MUNN list A be.CO., '

Always 'the best. by mode of expression suffered In this by the movement of T rk.WantedIUi t
its effect are produced i way HI s1r NMlwan Hew
Yttb1F
pM....kl a. S. ...... e.k.ds1... l/'Nrf s..1-.J.lIisg, s a..Mr .,
vu,ed..vwywhww.0.r. either through physical toad a Vtdy'a; fan. r He stopped playing, and yss d..Ieetn ..suLws e.SW.r.s ess 'II M .

FIUY rt ee. ; ttons or culture. And. second party said; "Madame, how can I play two-feu TlwUS P' AgE.III W"-....... I...... .. .... Idea R ..a.ltd.. !
....... .... L. L11I1ZUv ( .ae .
.
can' only; receive a mental Impression time when yon are beating -. && 11' L TUZZ' L. JrUD1I'IGE. /WgMpreetl u
,
through the Inductions given from physical Tie stoppedfanning', and the re- &.. OULP. S '!IL"M..t :=:
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-{' IIDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. +- plants, which, "though not .altogether -
&
Summer
necessary, are, of course, Spring Goodi.
beneficial to the growth of tbe CLOTHING.
1. A WMKLT fOOBHAfc DBVOTBD TO TBB D TLOf fruit. -
II yr CUT 0' Tua WDlAJf BIVIB" J.A.Ea .
WORTH AKO BMOATIfB BAT axaTIO... Like the Florida orange, ,tbe

J; Florida pineapple la superior In To Storekeepers Only :-. .. .. --

ti k OVA,. H.. WAI.TOH, Editor& Proprietor. flavor to any other, and this fact Shoes Hats Underwear etc. .
.. .. .
i', i- is fast becoming known to consumers
1 Obeok,.to.,mar be made payable to CBABI I with the result -that the We now have a Complete Stock of, the above oame

H.WALTOM,publisher and proprietor. demand for Florida fruit is likelyto
i I -. exceed the supply for several Biggest Stock on the East Coast: Gocds, at Low Prices .

years at least. Mosquito Nets, on frames and in the piece, fine meshes; Sand-fly nettn|
LONDON barf over 500) railway Screen cloth; Cotton Crashes for Suits; Straw hats; Wash Cottonades; Summ

.stations for passengers, and about .t Lawns; Wash goods, White goods, Ducks, 6to. We keep'everything ,
SUGAR RAISING ,
600 freight stations. I demand; are prompt In shipments, and aim to give best value for the moV,
,: Liberal dealings our motto.BENEDICT
Among the mans industries that

1' ".. IN Europe the number of Inhabitants will bring wealth to' the, state, as t ,' POLLAK: & CO.,

to the square mile ia '95 ; soon as they are entirely developed, ,. 32 34 &. 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, FI
.
t1 Asia, 48 { Africa, 15; America, 8 ; tbe, ,most Important is probably I" .,' .
Australia 1.. I ; -r' '. __
.. that of raising and manufacturing '
t --- sugar.:. When the amount of that if": JAMES PRITCHARDCreesiSQ iiyleW.sM.BRROWN; : : Vloe-Presldent;

t, Is IT,Dot about time the work of article that is used In this country .
I 4 repairing the remainder of the city is taken into consideration, and I .

i ,,, wharf was begun P We understand the enormous proportion of it, that .' ;, INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

that this matter was referred has to be imported, together with ," :

'to the, Street Committee tbe destruction of many of the .,

with full power to act some weeks Cuban sugar1 plantations, and the ,r' (Incorporated under the La.w'.of the State of Florida.)

back. In its present condition it consequent immigration into ,Flor Authorized capital $100,00

t is very unsafe, and an' accident J Is ida of experienced Cuban grower, .f r. """ Paid up capital $26,00

liable,to occur at any time. It "will be seen that there is no -.J- \C':: Average deposits, $160,00

time' like the present for tbe permanent .. =:.JI YY
--
WE bad our attention drawn to I establishment of this .Industry Transacts a General Bankio

in tbe state. It is, perhaps, .
contribution with
a ( no name attached
It is Grave Mistake
} ) in last' week's Star, composed tbe most certain crop that .toan be a y I" Business.
raised entire failure being alto* I
pf a few misquotations' and / unknown and the 1- u Largest and Oldest Bank on the RiiA
considerable discourtesy, 'concern gather profitsare TO BUY YOUR DRESS GOODS. J
'very satisfactory where capital' Exchange cold on all Foreign I
ing some Btttternenlsregardlng Im'.proveroents . 1 Cmmtrle
"' <
and labor
etc., along the East are judiciously combined! -- DiRECTORS

Col t. made in an issue of tie to: makea, success. First to .... ..., I, .'.0;', rL'. IIIq:::,1, 'JAs.PRITOR.aDw.B.BARNBTTJ're8hlp)
i ADVOCATE three weeks ago. Two Sugar. has long'since ceased ,to Without Sending .. :,.,1''I''j ,,': of the National Bank ot Jacknonvile.M( ) )' ;,J ij
,,,,,.,- 'i\IW'\! ,POBKKB (Vlce-President
in it be a luxury,and lobe amount consumed ijr' F National Bank J
,, statements made
were neyer l 1 JaokBonvllle), and W. Ml Beowx.00RREBPONDENTe. .
J'' viz. that In this country is regularly .' z.. It *
by us, Jive cottages were l o".n .
to be built at' Miami, and that Mr. Increasing at the rate of 100,000 The Store ",t, ,.tt c..., ., ,.. Seaboard National Banlt.of New Turk it
', ,
Iflagler(+ "will Snot spend much tons per 'annum. More 'than 2,. Surprise. ."!: _" : .' '" '1 ':;' 'National Bank of. JackHor villa.! 20

money at .Miami this year.." (Reference 000,000) tons, are annually con. 1"r".rUSYILLE" ,FI..L4.. .
to .the ADVOCATED of the Oth sumed by, the United States, of '" I

M U, instant will prove this'assertion.) which only 300,000' tons Is home ST. AUGUSTiNE FLORIDA '

And, bless your old heart, we are produce, and this Includes sugar .
I'IV from all sourceseanebeet: maple, MIAMI '.
not a bit jealous of Miami ; the -
more money'' spent on the East etc., thus It will, be seen that tbe FOR SAMPLES of the 'many ,* .

Coast the better for the ,whole enormous amount of 1,700,000 tons

a along country.! and Let spend capitalists money where come' has materially to be Imported'which decreased were mightbe Florida NEW AND STYLISH GOODS Town ;lots" Now ; Sale !

on
they like along the coast ; 'we will to take the place she might as .

r ''r' gladly hold out the,: right band or'' a sugar( producing!state. A large R. '.
,Y fellowship to them.,' proportion of ,the lands of this THERE. '
SHOWN .
.
I state are well adapted to the raising .A .E KINGSLEY General Agk t t'For

K QUEEN'VICTORIA'S ELEBRA- of this staple product, and *--- \ / ;
"' ""-"'

TIONS. .. the Florida most could important easily become'sources one of of It Is the Largest'as well-as the most Up-to.Date-store; In the State, and ant I ,Mrs Julia D. Tuttle

rder: Sent, or a request for Samples, receives prompt attention! the day received.Proprietor .
supply. j '

,. "w ',,The c celebration of Queen Victoria's J.I. ESTES CHOICE BUSINESS, AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn
diamond jubilee in London THE VALtJED 'POLICY BILL. ,

next June.will, it is said be the '-- of the Surprise Store, all parts of the Town. Carefully- Selected
.,It Is to be hoped that tbe Valued .
greatest show of the It "
century
is estimated that 10,000,000 per. Policy Bill, introduced by Senator ST.: AUGUSTINE, FLA. Fruit and Vegetable Lands on

y sons will visit London on th tit day, Broome, which, was passed by "tbe -Ciiiiiii River and Bay lOiseayne.B2T .

,. k and fabulous'prices ''are being senate with such ease, will be Fishery Commissioners of same, to "
appoint -
J from .
{ Correspondence Actual Investors and
Solicited
DRESS 'Setters.Main
thrown but GOODS. Call or send for
tbehouse samples
by 'an this
charged ,for window, seats along by delegates to congress, 'which '
overwhelming majority. That there should command the earnest attentionof of our New and Stylish Dress Office Hotel'1tIiami MIAMI FLORIDA.
the line of march. One house front all good citizens of the United States." .. Goods. Largest: and Most Fashionable ,
;, in Piccadilly was rented for $18IS,. Is room for legislation in insurance It Is well known that the ,fishing Industry Stock on the East Coast .

r,( 000, and common,seats on ordinary matters in'this state, cannot; be denied on Indian River is a source of J. W. EavEs, St. Augustine. .

,reviewing stands bring as high ,as but there are too many arguments considerable revenue to our people, for,
the in 181)5\ the Indian River fisheries
150 each. against proposed measure gave
DEED blanks lOc. each; $3.00 per 100, at
r, Governor W. D. Bloxham" has as to more than cpunteract tbe an employment Investment to of 264$41,513.00 persons' ,;representing and yielded the ADVOCATE office

notified the Secretary of the' Navy good points the bill may contain, 2,059,815 pounds of fluh product, of a

,that thecitzens! of Tampa are pre |.f any there be. Primarily it would total value of J7.607.00.: The catch of FOR first class1 shoemaking and repairingcall

paring for an extensive celebration put a premium the crime of incendiarism mullet In that year amounted to .1,610- on J. A. Daughtery, Washington/ A
[ of Queen Victoria's birthday, and carry with it, an 800 pounds, worth $12.251.00, and the avenue, Tltusyllle, Fla.' Shoes made ,,1 ,IVB. iD
\yon pompano brought In a sum of $0,475.00, tb order in fine
{ inyltation to the dishonest style. ,
t' the 24th of next month. Tbe Brit* man to the total weight caught being> 140,01)0) t
t ish'government, sea' mark of appreciation overInsure.Again, it would nee. pounds, and the total number' of Hull '

of the'spirit of the occasion esslatean( Increase of rates, as In. shipped from the nine centers of the U. S. Department ot: Agriculture

,' will send a warship-one suranee companies would have to follows fishing :Industry Tltiisville on,Indian 409,710 River; Cocoa were, 4707J.1 (as,. Weather Bureau-Juplter,.Fla. '

'of tbe British North Atlantic protect themselves against In.orea'eed ; ; Eau Oallle, 2U,840: ; Melbourne, 27,- THE BEST LIQUORS for the astMoney.;
squadron- 'Tampa, and tbe gov risk, and would make 'insurance 000; Sebastian, 103,800; Fort Pierce, The following lea.comparative statement ;
R, ernor asks that the Navy Department impossible to a large number 080,110; Eden, 210.3UO; Jensen; 40,483: ; of temperature and rainfall for the -
detail a United States man. of property owners! who find it Stuart, 80,058, making a total of 2,574-: week ending Tuesday; Apr.'27, 1807. "UK Tra4e Sollolted.flKOup : : .
318 1807
t )> of.war to a..llt'in the celebration. difficult tn pay even the present Throughout pounds of fish.the state this ATB.-.MAX- linN 'MAX.-181) Rye and Corn per gal....... ........ / IroqoolsRye per gal............ ..00
Industry MIN. ... .. '
d Tom &; Hollamf Gin f. ....... l. O up .Calffornl Wine*. Catawb. Port,
Secretary Long has promised to do rates; there would also be tbe ex. seems to hare been a success, for a 21 75 00 70\ 70 Blackberry, Peach 8herry-tClaretaDd 10
't ,,so consistent with the 'needs of tra expense of appraisement of glance through the report of the StateCommissioner 22 73 64 81' 06 tApple.Brandla....... ..,.,..and.. l. Oup Bottled1ie8rperdl'a ......la..0. .. 1.00up np
...
Blonx Rye, ,.. 800 ...... .
It the service, and it is probable that tbe value of property insured, of Agriculture, recently to 23 74 66 82 07 Golden ., pe igal...,.1.i..< ..00 Imp.Oportosllorrttper. gal.......4.uOto.00 to 6.00, Own1te'
the which the companies would insist hand at the ADVOCATE office, show the 24 78 .68 '80 64 Shawnee Rye per gal.............. 5.00 Imported Gins, per gal...........00 to 6.00
.Montgomery, now on' patrol amount of fish the 25 77 60 '
caught In state and 83 68 Fine Imported and Key West cigars and tobaccos. 100
Mrs' duty off the Florida coast, will be upon in, self-defence.: Again, it the value thereof to be 018,289, as 26 82 6:8':! '*2 08 and upwards. Send money with all orders. All Jugs Cigars 150.,, per$1.00 gal.per extra.
67'
,at Tampa during! the'ceremonies. would cause the foreclosure of follows: 'r. 27 78 80 71 Will mail complete price list on application. All orders will be boxed
mortgages in many instances, for *. Value. value.t.tPnfln. Total rainfall for the week: 0KM Inches when desired without extra charge. Send for price list.
t tbe finding} It Flub frmh........<.tWU57 SJ29.4M: Departure from normal rainfall for the
mortgager impossibleto
: THE PINEAPPLE CROP. dun,lalt."........1.II IIOOO 34tOUO 1260,408 week: minus 0.69 Inches. Departure J. H. MARTIN, 34,& 36 W. Bay St.,
.. pay the higher rates, would be ..
from normal rainfall since January 1, JACKSONVILLE .FLORIDA. .
Gallon slue ,
unable .
It to comply with the insurance ,Oy8ten.open...... in.uio 2C'II'J1 plus 7.80 Inches. ,
.is and
gratifying to hear read clause which is Pound J. Jobber of all kinds of Wines and
a condition W. CBOKK, Observer.Blaster's Liquors, Beers known to the spirit
of the encouraging state of the in nearly all OriMti, shell,.... ,870 9,870 30,791 and wine trade.
mortgages. Many -
pineapple crop on the East Coast.Two'yeare Balee. I
., companies would withdraw from Sponge.......... 61200 Value.eteao 620,060 ,

'f, ., shaking their ago beads many over growers what were they the the state increased, being hazard unwilling, A to law meet of Aggregate value...,,.......................1116.189: --.:....Sale.. -..T-

E considered the destruction of the UNDER and by virtue of two decree of fore- TOBACCO SEED TO BE GIVEN 0
I this sort has already been'tested in and ala Untied out of tbe Circuit Away to any person who will plant It E.tabll.hed,1885.-
t. infant Industry; events, however, Wisconsin, with the result that the A Governor on Newspaper Court for Brevard County Florida on tie In Brevard county. Call at the ADVOCATE
'have that their 7th day of January 111117 in caiiae* therein de
proved 'L. BARBOT & CO. .1
despondencywas number of ,fires since its passage pendingwherein L. C.O"nr and F. T. Hadire office, Titnsville, and get some.
unnecessary, and today the has been largely increased is At a recent business convention ex- mendyaHannah W pbiewifes't.d: .T.C. Wllsey Or, send stamp to> pay po.tage.WANTED ,
as .
pineapple fields in better' Governor Francis, of Missouri, who Is :: ilsey : "; j
:
are condition shown by insurance statistics in will Mil' public outcry In front of the OJn General Commission.
than ever before giving In a condition to >know whereof he house door,at Tltasvllle, during the legal hours
that state. speaks, paid tribute to' the local ,newspapers of sale on tbeFIRST e .
FAITHFUL MEN OR
promise of a fine and bountiful The objections to this measureare aa follows: MONDAY IN JUNK: A DUO. to Vavel. for :J.. J.
( harvest. .Much of the success bf Each the local being the 7th of the responsible 8 i 11 ita
so obvious to need no year paper Rhea from day month to the blghent established hoooe In Florida. :
as furth .
S'4 *;300 and best bidder for oa..n, the dee. Salary .2S &:0 _
'the Industry Is due to to $3,000 In free lines to the following i
thorough com- $780 and : 1 ,
organlzatlon erllied Position
real ,
expenses.
=
comment, and the body of gen. munity which I'lilocated. property to-wlt North..t'l"arter perman. .. :a -" ..s.S .
i; No other of the northeast .
among the and quarter sooth-half of northeast ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed I .. -
r growers, tlemen who compose our House of agency can or will do this. The editor, quarter of tb. north_, quarter aouthwest stamped The ; :: sse
the work of the envelope. National, Star
Indian River and quarter of the
northeast
Representatives ,cannot do better in proportion to his means,does more for quarter and the west- Insurance 1
half of ,Bldg.,
the
c* Lake Worth Pineapple Growers than.crush it at once and forever his own town than any other ten men, township 39,sooth lontheasl of rang quarter 89 east of, section containing 13, Chicago. 329 & 331 Povdraa St., .
Association should serve"as an object with and with all fairness with men he ought 140 acres,more or 1 lea, or *o much, thereof a* LA.
the NEW
weight of their. disapproval. to be supported-not because like may he sufficient to realize the amount now ORLEANS
lesson '
you
to du. to .
every grove ,or plantation laid complainant
him or admire !his writings, but because ( Canal Bank.
i J owner in the stale tin local paper' > the beet invtitmtnt a M. GOLDSMITH, New York Dental Parlors REFERENCE: : .!? Metropolitan Bank.
', V' Fruit is already going forward community can make. It may,not be apr90.my28 Special Master. ( Commercial Agencies.
;Ie: 0 in considerable FLORIDA'S FISHERIES. brilliantly edited Thus April 38, 18M. -
quantities, and.next or ,crowded with "
cIr .month the shipment ,of the crop thought, but financially It Is of more Tobacco Plants and*8eed to be
,will begin In earnest. The demand Governor Bloxham has Issued a call benefit to the community than the J S.
ti for. Fisheries Congress at Tampa in teacher or the preacher. Understand JOHNSON CO. Given Away.
for
''this luscious fruit is increas January next, In which he says: roe, I do not mean mentally or morally t i ., e
\ing annually, and the more extensive : "Impressed with the Importance of but financially, and yet on the moralqoe.tlon ,- Manufacturer .1- The J., T. A: :W. R'y company II
F r shipments are more than ptopanallng anal protecting the fish In you will find most of. the local giving away, free, tobacco plant to anyone
counteracted by the opening of the waters of the United State and the of papers do the mOlt for the least money .....Fishing Supplies.... Permanently Located.Nearly living along the line of the railway-
of any people on the face of the earth."
necessity devising means and formu Mr. W. agent
T.
near markets, that there Now opposite State Bank Wood general freight/
so Is what of Florida.
no are Indian River
) our
lating methods'to from people
save total of the road considerablequantity
extinction has had a
likeijbosxi( of over-production for many varieties of valuable food doing towards supporting their local At No. 11 East Bay Street. of young plants grown by an

aoma time ,to come. It has been lick, we have deemed f It proper to' Issue papers s ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED.Prime expert tobacco grower and the joaaf
,t fully demonstrated that the cover a call for a national congress, to assembleat will W a. rIlowiT plants will be dl.tribu1ed'among' tbe

lag of d\e fruit, both as' a protection Tampa, 18U&,s Fla., on the 19th.day of January Given Away. Cotton and Linen Netting; Rope, <>ld rmlftltt'. ................."...... .f IMA up farmer who wish for them. Several-
different planted
.r FUIt. kinds of seed have been
r, irons cold in winter and to "Thai National Fishery Commission of ,Be convinced that-Little Bros. Fertiliser Cork. Leads, Twine. Etc. Fishing p.--- .JS-... .r.. k ......... 11,01)JV>to tO 18.00 1.00 Including Sumatra, Vneltobal0'
,,, temper ta. heat of the sun In sums I the United States will take a prominent I fe Phosphate Co's Pineapple Fertil! Tackle of every Description; Boob, full Beta\v.ry biitrril."wl.? 13.00 to UM Persian, or Turkish,Sumatra, and other
; ''V) >er, it a wise provision, and some part In the proceedings of this assembly I iser Is the best brand on the market. A Lines, Rods, Basis, Sinkers, Baits, etc. Irregularities corrected. varieties.
,POW"IS in We respectfully request th.8Q..on of sample lot sent to bon Ade .Plneapple ,1,7: 'TAMWC TACKKJS A BPmCTAtTT. 0T Your patronage aollclted. The AOTOCATK also has some Vaelta
rs
putting irrigation
: toe various States of the Union, and the .Grower > ...Vn F. A. HENLEY, D.D.S., Manager. Abajo and Sumatra tobacco seed to give
Baltimore -
Md. Phone
,1\\ 871. Jacksonville, Fla. away. Call, or sand stamp, for.some.
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, APRIL 30, 1897. 6 I

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left as held here'The guest for, Monday Episcopal Rev Lakeland.of.Miss W.and C.Stella services Barnes stayed Tucker,until of last Melbourne., when Tuesday Sunday she., p..F-E R T I L, I.Z E'R S..j



morning at the Fort Pierce hotel. Holy
communion was administered. A large
congregation being In attendance

0rlGI Capt. Habenlcht having his residence SPECIAL PRICES e

painted. The work being very artistically ,- W.J
done by.Messrs. Hayes and Shirley. ,
Also the new fnncy balusters around the -TO- .

porches, the work being dune by Mr.

Branson, does great credit the worker. H ..Z zr .eaapple 'G>QO Gr )--vvers._ 11. .. .


G GOOD Hard-Time Whiskey only $2.23 .' 4 '
AKIN a gallon (vessel extra) at Losley & Iii
1 :iuoLkpplo: Fcr1f.1:1.zors: : : : .
Renaker's, Tltusville. hihi rvBefore buying the following Materials be sure and apply to i
Compounded with chemicals, suitable for the plank'and has been :

POWDER Guavas Wanted.<< i thoroughly tested with excellent results.GUARANTEED'ANALYSIS. 'us for prices., and. we will prove to .you we can save you' money. : 1I

bsolutIyPure. : : ,c'; STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE, }

Highest cash price paid for guavas, In E-I Ammonia. . .1.. : . t.$)&" .. ..5 to,6 per cent BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE, .111 .

Kre t food again any quantity and at any station on the .... Acid . .. .. .,?., r. .?," '- ..C. to 7 per cent.Potash. '
1tpfulnereeu X.imr the bnd.il ,: DISSOLVED
BONE
East NITRATE OF SODA
forme of adnlteratlon common to .Coast Railway. Write or apply to ..... . .. 4 ',' 's-.1.! '' .4 to 6 per cent r
J AS. CARNELL, : SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, STEMS
prmde.tAL TOBACCQ
,
ds P BASING POWDER CO.. New York. Ormond Fin H ? 3Pr: oo 9OO.OO> ,.jpoir11."ton.: : E-I
.
Refer to Editor ADVOCATE.. 1 Special Prices In Quantities. TOBACCO DUST COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, : ;y

", '! Special Mixtures compounded with machinery very low COTTONSEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES. :

Melbourne. TRY a gallon of Hard-Time Whiskey at H prices. .. '''t, ". i i D r
$2.21at Losley & Renaker's, Titus- of 1"" j f'
cr A: OO'JDE.-Jleal:; Estate and loans. vllle, Fla. Vessel extra.Roseland..
1 bee for and Xtna Imperial. ,.LanAna Fire Insurance.and Liverpool Special and ;Please Correspond' with u before boing induced to buy from. Donlora. Send for l: '

1 -on paid to the lnten w ot. non realu Pamphlet. "*\ ?' JLI. .
) .

u CARLETON, MELBOURNE FLA.- Miss Theo. LITTLE. BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. : '"
tlfully Itimteil on'a high bluff, over< Kennedy returned from Ft. III' ,
Ing till Indian River. FIrst-olaas accom- Pierce-Tuesday morning.E. .
raww reasonable .
ooaesad
1<'. ROBERTSON Proprietor. F. Adams Is preparing: to plant .i ;Tsiolsison.-v'Ille: : :E="J.orld.a.: i ,
extensively in sweet potatoes. C
.
Md and Mr L. C. Moore, of Rose- Mr and Mrs. L: C, Moore went to Melbourne I > '
d, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. on Saturday In the launch, Tar- graphophone entertainment on Saturday direction of AichdeaconBrown... Contractor -
jTo Goode this week. tar. Mr. Moore returned Sunday .evening evening In addition to our regular literary Uaslehurst at once commenced G. G. SPRINGER s
Mrs. Mooie rerrialpingln Mclbouinu. programme and another entertainment work .on the structure. .t .
the .
|Alex! Goode l is busy getting yacht ,
' IncFlslier In trim for the Cocoa yacht The sloop Minerva, with J. E. Linn on Tuesday evening. Both were. Pineapple growers on the peninsula t' .
[ and C. Scboonmaker board largely attended and greatly enjoyed. report a prospect of a iaige this a 1 ,
Ice,' Sam Martin will also have his neat on passedthe crop '. r
tie craft there drawbridge, north bound Monday coming season, notwithstanding tho Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper Of !
.
of Melbourne morning.: They had been! up the river FOR $2.25 you can get a gallon of good many..setbacks of the past winter '
Illn. Henry Whiting, for several days after a manatee. We Whiskey at Losley & Renaker's, TI Capt. W. J. Jarvls, of the East Const "
and her sister Mrs. Glllls, were
ch, were told they had skin and skeleton 4,
a .,
wnt visitors In town 'last Tuesday, tusville, Fla. Railway, was In town one two days this ICE AND
board.
on .
Mr. and Mrs. King, of Melbourneh. week; making a trip down Indian River :L.
h.' SEND YOUR VEGETABLES and fruit Tuesday, on the steamer Spartan : -'

LOSLEY & RENAKER, Tltusvlllo, can to E. B. Williams & Co., wholesale Miss Minnie E. Neal, of DeLand, addressed
( W. C. Barnes took his father, the
supply you with a gallon of good fruit and produce merchants 65 South a large audience at the Baptist
Igr. Barnes and the Messrs.
George Whiskey for 226. Vessel extra. Broad street Atlanta Ga. Sea their Distilled
Lean and Woodruff, on his laifnoh church, Tuesday evening, In the interest WaterRefrigerators
tan down the-river for a trip last Satur- advt. on page 5. of.the Society of Christian Endeavor.
.
ly, returning Monday. -WIll our subscribers be good A Senate committee left here Thursday
|VlM LIllie Robertson gave'an informaloceatllotei'Carleoo enough to look at the name-and-date slip Banyan.The morning/ on the launch, Ean Gallle.In ICQ Chests, Freezers and Water Coolers. -
pasted, upon their paper or wrapper. If charge of Capt. Geo. Gleason. It. Is
as a farewelly ,
and the date Is "1800 or an earlier year understood that their object Is. ti> examine FACTORIES...... "
to Messrs. James Georgewell .
than that It is an Indication that you are Fit.day Jupiter Inlet.and the East Coast Cocoa and West Palm Beach.
and Miss Ida Powell. The evens dance at R. B. Stewart's last ,
Indebted to us, and we should be glad canal* .
'flt
s jwas pleasantly spent in games and have was a very enjoyable affair. .
icing. About twenty were present. to you renew your subscription.Sebastian. Mr. and Mrs. T. W.*Durston and Mater (
John McLean with his tradingschooner r't
Capt. Durston' of N. Y., who ,uii
Syracuse
,
I Frankldner of Palm Beach, was a Norma, was a very pleasant I\\
have been at Hotel Granada left {
lit at the Goode house' last Wednes- visitor in Banyan on Tuesday evening. guests SEEDS FOR SUMMER CROPS/ .
Frank's friends In Mel- on Monday t for Daytonawhere they ... ,
by. many Miss Marshall who has been visiting; will make. short visit before proceeding .. 1//'. I
Iourn9 were pleased to see him. He has ., ..))'
Miss Willie Otwell for some time past, north. I
Invented a wonderful talking ma- Our public school 'closes to-day left for her home at Osteen'' on Mondaylast. Millet Pearl or Caltaot. . . . TO .'. .. .,2l5ots per lb., pout paid \..
plne.. What has not this young genius (Friday). ; Mr. and Mrs. II. Duden and 'daughter Millet German. ) ... . . . ",' .. . .. . : ... allots u a ',\
iventod. Musical Instruments of many left last Monday for their home In New Amber Cane: . .. .... . . ... . . . . .Jiflots .. ,?, u k "I ;7,
fends,from a toy to an organ. Major Burkl elm the, of week.Jacksonville, was It Is quite lonely in this vicinity since York, having housed their. boat on the K"mrCornl.wJllteor( red)). . ... :. .... ..?. :. . .. .2BoU '. It to .It, :7:j,
here the first of ,
[The Ladles i Guild of the so '.many of our young truckers have Eau Halite river for the summer. They Jerusalem '"'OI.DoI..'. .i. . .ancts f. ''v* ,a '
fcurch will Garden Episcopal at Stanley Kltching visited the county departed for the large pineapple fieldson have spent a very enjoyable winter cruisIng Sorghum. .. . ,. .. . v.1:". . .. .,,3ftot .(% I' :k, e t'/'
Intel Bellevue give a afternoon Party, I seat Monday and Tuesday. the lower river. along Indian River In their houseboat Sunflower ... . .'. ....1. .. .20ots per quart. '
on Thursday"
layG&h. Strawberries; Ice cream and I OnT cousins Are Inclined to be too Thos: Harper will leave Banyan In a use next, and winter.Intend having a larger boat*for for Cow peas Whipporwlll, Clay Red Ladyfingers Wonderfiil and Conct Bend ,4'* ,':r\;;1\

kke,acts; Sandwiches and coffee, 10o.; sharp at this season of the year. few days for his old home In North prtcbs. Full stock of Reliable Seeds: always on land.C .
lo tennis,. each game, Cots; croquet, Carolina. After trucking' for several Dr., Holmes was called' here Wednesday L, CAMERON, SeAdsman, r
r game 60t These games are for Tbere are some lead dollars of 1800 I in years, he has decided to return to his ,'to attend Mrs. II. N. Neal. Dr. 136 East Bay St.. a JACKS:>NVILLE. FLA., Y... \'
fooe who wish to play.. At the last circulation on the river. Beware farm.C. Holmes thinks Supervisor O'Brien, of ,

Intertainment the ladles mode. $33.60, i Jas. A. Hudson Is fencing his lot (in D. Provost of Lotus, is very' ill at the East Coast Ry.t Is entitled to. the ,
Bier all expenses wee paid. I" town, and making other Improvements.A. He 'distinction of the champion bicyclist of
to '
his home at this writing. seems
.1 the East Coast be having made the run Fertilizer "
1 Hr. and Mrs. Theo. Mlsmer, Mr. and 1 Costa, (traveling auditor for the 1'. be slowly Improving however, and his from Fort Pierce to Eau Gallic, Wednes- The Jacksonville r Co. '
Kn.0. Bonter and son; Mrs. Mosher E. C. Ry., was here the first of the week.; many friends hope to see him out again day'mt>rnlng In less than I ",teen" ininutes. > ,
H"on, Mr. and Mrs. Shaddle Mr. and soon. Drs. Chambers Hughlett and ,
InC Fred Irwlne and two daughters Miss Edith Kitching forwarded tl .OO Holmes have all. been in attendance on I 23. S'"ti'juyX O w". Gr-on'l. a.Da.cr.
Fund
IndMessi's. Geo. and James Powell, allIt to the Christian Herald Famine him. I /
for their for the sufferers in India this week. \ (LATE CHAPMAN fe" SUDLOW.) Ii
northern homes last Tnes1 Married, at the residence of the bride's TRY that 2.25 Whiskey that Losley &
morning leaving a host of warm Mrs. R. Conkllng,'son Joe and daughter parents on Sunday last, Miss ROSA Jones, Runaker Titimvllle, can supply you South Jacksonville Florida., :
ends to regret their departure, aiDUlb Lena, of Tillinan, spent Saturday and eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs S. Jones with. Best In the. market for. the
we are sure that most of them- Sunday here, .visiting Mr.. and Mrs.. ,, S.' of Tropic, to Mr. James Carter of Ko/t money f __ MANUFACTURER OF .-- 6
fill return to us again in the fall. Kltching. Fierce formerly of South Carolina. The

Messrs. R. C. Scrimgoour- Titus- The Roseland Inlet Co. baa '$1,200 Rev. Mr. Prince of Eau Gallle, per- Buy lumber and other building material FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Orange? and ) lr
Ille; Capt. C. J. Sohoonmaker, Cocoa; subscribed. Shares are selling\ at $10.00 formed' the marriage/ ceremony. The, direct from the Builders'' SupplyCo. ,,
hn. McAllister, Tropic; James Paine, each. W. W. Russell) will furnish'all. bride Is a very estimable young lady, anffa ., St. Augustine and save the lumberyard "
It Lucie; A. C. Dlttoiar T. O'Brien, the information desired. general favorite among her acquaintances. ,man's commlHslon. Vegetables and Dealers in Every. Kind of Raw Material '
In ,
been
ort Pierce were attending the republic Mr. Carter has engaged
committee meeting here this week.I The racer Naiad has received her finishing the fish business for some time. The Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust Kanit Etc. Also'
e committee endorsed Mr. Scrimgeour I l touches for the regatta at Cocoa. bappy couple, who have the best wishes Excursion over the Plniit- ,; ; ,
r r postmaster at Tltusville; Capt. She will l leave bere to-day (Friday) In of the entire community, were the recipients System. Tho :PaZl1o'U.8Elard.-TI.I:1o,: : : :Sr4asz43: A' 4

ihoonmaker Cocoa; R. W. Goode, command of R. G. Uardee. of a number of presents from their Ammonia. . ... ... .,. .4.:4 to ft per cent j
elboorne; P.P. Cobb, Fort Pierce. Rev. W, A. Louder delivered two fine many friends. Southern Available Phos. Acid... . .,,6 to 8 per cent > lor 920.OO Per Ton.

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Merrltt, 'who came' sermons to good-sized congregations To Wilmington N. C., account Tickets sold- Potash K O. .....,,. ,f" ,, > > .0 to 7 per cent > *

ere to spend the winter early, in the !, here last Sunday. The evening services. Do'you want to, buy Blood & Bone May Baptist 3rd. to 7th Convention.Inclusive, one fare for Highest Commercial Value given our brands Ip the last Bulletin. Write for', ,Y' ;,
won, and were so nicely located while were especially for out young folks.Little If so, get prices and buy from Little round trip! from all points. :From Jacksonville Prices. Orders for 2 ton and for our brand will be delivers free ef all

'ere, left for their northern oenote 1 Trixy Kltching returned home,. Bros. F. & P. Co. Jacksonville, Fla. $18.35 round' trln, limited to freight charge to any railroad depot on the East .Coast. at catalogue ,prices? until
*ttmlay; but we are .pleased Monday, after spending two months with return 15 days from sale. An extension further notice.Ered'k'.
oat these charming people have bought her uncle at Stuart. Trixy had a pair of t of return ticket of 15 additional day r
tree pretty lots through tla T. Hogg'na -. pink-eyed white rabbits here, which she -The ADVOCATE Is the largest weekly '.can be secured by deposUlngvlth Agentat
will have a neat cottage built, so was very anxious'to see. all-home-print newspaper published on' Wilmington, prior to May loth.
ey may return early next'fall. We the East Coast,' between Miami and The Plant System Is the only direct route '
mend to such Jacksonville and we hope our East S. Morse
people a warm welcome. with through car service to Wilmington. X .
sir lots are north of W. T. Wells' Do you want to buy fertilizer materials Coast mercbants-will give us their support Leaving Jacksonville m., arriving '>
wtty bluff property. ? If so, get prices and buy from so that we can/nake It ten pages Wilmington next day 7:30g.noon.
F. A P. Co. Jacksonville, instead of eight. .
Little Bros. .
Rev.Geo. O. Barnes, the noted Ken- 1 :It L. TODD, passeqger'! agent,
Fla. :REA.Zf: ] : : STATE::
'<*y evangelist, began a series of ser Jacksonville; Fla. ,
Ices at the last week, '"
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Beach night a lame number of onr When In want of any kind of building Eau Gallie.Our MIAMI: .Dad.o OO.. :B' .a. XLXX .A: f
pie loads or otherwise thoBuilders' For Sale. ; .,,:
k go lo hear this earnest, worker In material In car I I :
e field of his Lord, and the sweet song Supply Co., at St. Augustine '
DIt by his daughters, Mlsa. Marie will be pleased to make yon III delivered public school closed Us term last A tract of 100 acres of fertile vegetable AGENT FOR LANDS OF __ I : "

and Mrs. E. M. Duncan, assisted price at your station. You have DOageDt' Friday. land; ocean and river front. Can be .
rL their dear father, win the heart of or middleman's commission to Geo. F. Faddlson left on .Tuesday'strain bought at a sacrifice figure. Apply to Florida East Const Railway Company /)

od Mr.\Barnes was W years old on the pay. for down river points, on a business I J. G. BAIT Florida Coast Line Canal at Transportation Company, 10- ,,' 1;1
of this Grand View hotel '
month, and we all hope he v'
Boston A Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company. .
trip. .
ay live more to''continue Tltusvlllo Fla. 4"c I IHOMESEEKERS .
,,1. many years, Malabar. Mr. LoTUs was here Wednesday.showIng .. '
noble work of saving soul. ..., -
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our merchants his fine samples. -r--- q
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1,Do yon want to buy Cotton Seed Meal? Mrs. C. W. Bolton-has been ill the John Mo. Allister of last Orchid week.'made a should All communications be addressed "THK for ADVOCATE this paper, :, : ; : (4;

IWret! prices and buy from Little past week. hurried visit one day. Tltusville, Fla." This will Insure Immediate : M 'f< ,
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frw. F. A" p. Co. Jacksonville, Fla. Miss Marie\ Starck was In Melbourneon 'Miss Annie PaJdlson after week attention.Do ; ,

.Saturday. vacation, Is again at, her desk in her ,j' tiRl1
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i brother's office. ,
t'I-' Hyou need Sunday School and Christian Endeavorwere want to buy Tobacco Dust? Ifso Home in the
hall ashore you
be pleased to get of it.we? well attended Sunday.A Mr. Treutler returned Wednesday, get Little Bros Who arc Seeking'a ,
from Tltnnville, where he has been on Jacksonville
large crowd will attend .the MayDay jury duty at the Circuit Court. F. Jk 1'. Co. ; Fla. .

festivities at Cocoa. << should send the undersigned
South to
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port Pierce. Superintendent R. T. 'Golf, of the F. .
Messrs. C. F. Worm aad1 Paul Miller, E. C. Railway,' went south on a special Pineapple, Orange and Lemon t
of Yalkarla, were here Tuesday Thursday morning. 'land Cheap..
J. For Bale '
TAGraya paid.Woocl1ey s visit. 'on Miss Inga Jorgensen, of Grant came Messrs. Dawson and Hedrick were for a copy of #10

up on Saturday, and spent several days here last weekcalling on their respective I have for sale 80 acres of pineapple .
Mr. Swearingershas returned from his with Mrs. Bolton. customers. land on St. Lucle river a few mile be-
lip to Kl8IIlmmee. L". Carroll returned on low Eden, 40 of which being northeast : Homeseeker. 7
Miss VirglHne The schooners; Cygnus and NImrodwere quarter of northeast quarter of section Florida East Coast ,
The Gee. Paddlson, of Eau'Ga11le,. was.. In Monday from several days Melbourne.spent very< lotdlhg lumber from Paddlson's 18, township 38, south of range 41 east; .t''
Tueaday. vCapt pleasantly with friends in yard early In thew, k; the. other 40 Is the northeast quarter *

a J.. Lewis left Tuesday, for Miss Minnie Neal came down from Da Capta. Spencer and Vogel, Inspector of southeast quarter of section 3, .
011 business. Land, Wednesday and gave a most enjoyable of balls and boilers, were here Wednesday township 88, south of range 41 east We have land for Fruit Growing Trucking, Tobacco Growing and for -,
Tie j entertainment that evening. 8b. the The above.land can be bought fur $toper
Jey.! "5. F.' Cove held services the guest of Mis V. L. Carroll and Inspecting Vteamer Courtney. acre. It is suitable for pineapple, Winter and Summer Homes w Climate the healthiest In the United State .. i. .
rnlllg
0b8, IJi and to coogrega.0b8 Mrt R. A. Conkling wblle here. Ourpiopteipbreclate Misses Bessie and Laura Houston orange, lemon or lime growing. Apply w .X
oBaptistc much went to Tltusville, via steamer Della, on f .
; Miss Neal very WW be sold In lot of 40 Mire, for I toJAS. .

.wile and family of the genial aDd and hope she will give us another Mil May Thursday Day at morning.Cocoa. They will spend. cash. This? .land will soon be worth, $oO E. INGRAHAM, "
Conductor Bugbee of the East soon. per acre. "I(1'l( r / m "_t. )
t Waltom.-ADToCAT i/fl 'eFLORIDA -ut A met* m+r if'ST. ,
The stone of St. Johns Ep .co- Apply-to C. H. .COAST "
sojourning at the :Fort Palm Beach corner : ;
betele of West < ,
Idner
>* Mr. Frank Saturday and spa IOme pal church was laid on Monday; morning ontce: or to Bobbin A Graham, Titusr ". <' ;. 't .I' ,
Mr'L' I came non y lie a with appropriate ceremonies, under the wills etf 'p' ATJGUSTINE FLss. '
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i 'Eq r' to AN INIQUITOUS- BIIX. I Well Satisfied withyer's' RARE CHANCE. Florida East Coast' Ry


the Tim T.bl* M.. 9-I. 9lMt April 14, 1S97. ,
A Mil has been introduced legislature ,

having for its I end the reduction' & Hair Vigor.
Fla.k SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). WORTH BOUND (Rend UDT -
t ;' of prices now paid for tbe publication : Hotel and Furniture Sarno )
Cottages No a.'. ,.,.O37 I.I'o.. oYka .. ;TI' _
f: tot sales la the several counties. It II'' "Nearly forty years ago, after = '77;;':' 'roi" :-: ;:-: r."...... J""ok.on lll. ..,... ,Ar ""'iiiiij:. 111010-.. _

"hardly probable that this measure will some weeks of sickness my hair .... 10 MMID .... .. lib"....,. Ar..St.Aogo.tine..Lv.. I2tp..R.: .. .. f .
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be enacted Into lair, but it Is just as well turned gray. 1 began using Ayers ...... II Ki :. ... ..Rs. n............. 418p. .. ... ......
: and well satis ....:. II 54a P.I.I.k..L.. 41f.11' ... :: ::: ..' ......
y that the newspapers of the state' should Hair Vigor, was so 11 MM. ...... ... .. .... "' .I'.l Y. 4/: ...... .. ....
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I 4 take cognizance of the effort aad stamp fled with the results that I have w ...... 1100 ..,,. ...... ... .. ].,".. ,.. .F l.tk...........ArAr.. 465))) .. ..... ..... .....
.... I4tipMa. .... ...... .,... Ar..t ..B.n Mat.I. 811J). : ? :. ... ... .._
It with the odium it deserve, says the ,never tried any other kind of. dress. .:... ..... ...... ... L.*..... ...Sall Mntco... .. 1111I"1' .... :: .._
I ? Ing.. Itrequlresonly .....: 11 ..... ..... ..:.. 1r..9!... ...........Ar.w IWiT>...... ::: : :. .....
site Augustine Herald. ,..... lOop Up '..... ...... ..... ; .. ...,.y ........ ........ e 4111> .... .......:.....
The prices now paid for the publication an occasional application ...... I Up :..... .... 1..... ........Purtlir.a.. .. to felpI461. ...... .....
ofAVER'S. ...... ..... ..... ...... .: .......N. HiBTni*....... flop ...n. :::: :::::. .....
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of the sales is small enough, In all Justice, ...... lap .... ..... ......... 0.k HUU ., I blip ... ... ... ..-
...... i WaS : ...... ...... .... .. .........TI'.. ill.......... to lI tap...,..... .._
and In almost every, Instance Jqss than ...... p .:: ... ...CIt Pu.t......... M I2 :2U .... .::.:::::. ::....
the regular advertising rates charged by .. 11111' .... .... ...... M ...... ...... it "IP ..... .: .... .:'"
t ...:: :.' ...:::. ...... .t; II I act' : ..' to UWp! ... .. ...
tlio.medium of publication': The bill Hair Vigor to keep L .. IMP 40 p ...... ..... ...... :: ;.........R.a iamb N.....:... :: 111 ::!: ... ..:.: :::::: ::::..
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hair of good ....:: 40pi .. ... ..... .
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t proposes the posting of notices In "eonI DaY k ...... 4111D ..... .... :: ........Melbourne),........ : tiiV..::: : : : ::::..
I spicuous places" In the ,counties as a color, to"remove. : ...... 4&Sp .... y..... ...: ..........RnMiland......... 10 4H*.......... : :;
'dandruff to heal : ...... >lp .. ...... ............._tl............. to luck_ ........a"N-
cnhstltnte ''for the. advertising In the ...... i il'...... ..ij. ...... .... .. .........t.lip. .:M.. LuMv......... to i .H.- ..... "tY
extortionate which have itching' burners, and 'prevent the ._ ...... .. .. ... tOOa07a : ........For* Pterae ....... : .... ....... :::::. :::::: 1
i : papers tbe ..... amp ..... ...... t .......... .KdM.t. ......... to-a ... ... ..... ...... !
. + o f audacity: to accept 40 pent per double- hair from falling! out. I never best .....; a4 uaTS4p.:.. ,. ...... SRI= .. .......J..n.......:... .. Y t-s ...... ..... ...... li 116!
tat to recommend Ayer'a medicinestomyfriendL"Mrs. 1 k .. ... .. ............lIItoar.......... 1411& .... ... .... ,
column line, and correct: and change thefigures ..:... 104p..: .:. :::.111" .......jj.A"eIa........... SdAolite ...... .: .......1
Innumerable and take II.:M.HAiopr, + -. ,: ::__ ...... 211' ...?. ...... 'Ilia :... .. ".. ...... ..,..' ...... ,
times, out Nebr.AVER'S. ...... ...... ...... IWa ".....!..%.... J.pitar"..... to sou ...... ...... .... Jt 18p
and put In fresh Items after the type Isset. Avoca Q ...... SOUp ...... .. .. tonh.. .RI.......... ... ... N SMaTi4 ........... '.....ui'
Tz ail llovlOSOp ...... ...... HOOK Ar."Want: Palm .............Ly. ......... .... '
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..... N'Lpp ...... ..... .llup1020p .... ; 101.l ..... ...... . 14IDS
Florida been '
The newspapers of nave ...... .,.... ... ... /! ,..............0. UII'...... a fY'e. ..:. .......T'1f4.
a' ''as powerful" any other factor In the ; ...... 10*>u ......... .....10B
development of the state; and many .>of A. W. BKANCU.. Train.. 91 and T8, be..... J.etA'nr1n. .
The above cut repre.entl'rou/hly: IIOTEli Du NIL, at Sarno. Brevard ... .o..vtlle aid St. Aarnstla.dally.
al., them have a hard struggle to maintain a / t. "BTA'gUWijri No. 2- fa. .
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Gaille Fla. >00 Miami
of Eau aa4
precarious'existence, yet the author of County Florida which is only \ of a mile south of the depot 115p JU OOa lv..N Smyrna. ...Ar. 1 Ibp 5'*5p Plm-c. dally, eaeeei lI.n' Fort
.. and about 200'miles south of Jacksonville on the Florida East Coast K'y. Has SOtlull 26.' Lw..Lak.Helen.Lv. 12 WipJJ I. 4 Up Traia Sit: 1..,__ ..rC.PI.r... and.
'''i this bill would take from them even this Prepared by Dr.J.C. Ay.r a\Co.,Low.lilta.i. depot postoffice and telegraph office., The hotel and seven cottages are located on S lip 11 82. Lv..Or.ige UIt'.L" 111' Blip Ulmn.1 daily..xaeyt lIo.d.1'

i<* 'slight source of Income. Further than ten acres of laud fronting on the Eau Oallle River with view of Indian River on I Up 11 6\laA..Or.'IJ.' ItT..Lv.IJ... lAp Sl 2tp{Itime TraUsoCi".UT. .....ytSn.day.Tb. 11. 1It, A"PI!

'If that, tbe newspaper Is the proper and rUe AIM'S lat pullla for the Conplsxlotb tbe east less than half a mile distant, and the Atlantic ocean 2t miles away.' Ispraatlcahy -

logical medium through' which this new-buildings completed in 1808. The hotel and every cottage is 1II1..t .1......... ks..n' a
furnished, and most of the furniture and linens have never been used. Two artesian

,information should be circulated, and as ; well., pipes and sewers; 20 cisterns all connected, give ample supply l of the "CITY OF KEY 'WEST."

.*He labor ana responsibility attacnea 'to best of water. The property has only been used some two months by tbe former
DUET John Green who died and the property is now owned by Col. Aaron A. .
the publication.are considerable' a reasonable SINGING PARROTS. owner U appointed to Perform Serviee ee! folio wet
of 'New York to whom application
DeOrauw
. k' Jamaica Queen's County
rate'
of Is
I) compensation. only Tk7 Carry *k. Air With KM* Sa o..d can be made. There Is a large pavilion 100 feet square cement floor cement Leave MIAMI U:00 p. m. Wednesday* and Saturdays... *

simple justice Tim. aad "F..., nleUao"r.: walks water works and garden. Best of bunting and fishing fresh and saltwater; Arrive KIT WEST 1.:XX)p. m. Tharadays 81ul\la,.
: sailing or yachting on Eau Gaille and Indian Rivers; oysters, sea bathing Deauii-
Ao' Italian of the of Bsssoni : .. and '
DAme Leave KIT: WEST: 1:10 p. Tuesdays: lrldye.
I ful and the whole is ready to as a hotel In one day's time. Every
scenery; open
VICTOllIA'S Uvea Arrive,MIAMI 4:00: a. m. Wednesdays..4
QUEEN INCOME. who in Savannah bus two parrots convenience, with kitchen and dining room complete. Titles perfect. The original Batirday

' -- who sing In duet all the popular sobgs cost to John" Green was 948,000; now for sale at a sacrifice. Any good 'hotel j. p. MgrrrrTH, 3. D. JU.JnnIII.'J'raalo .

13otne weeks ago 'we published an of the day., man can make money here. Address D. L. OAULDEN, Tltu.vllle.I'la., M....... AM" Qeoa. ....... vwA

'article on tbe Income of Queen Victoria, I Kassoni raised' the birds and began or AAROH' A DKGBAUW. Jamaica N. Y. 81. Attfnstlne, Flat.

early to teach them to speak In Italian
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which we are Informed "by our English and English.,. JXo thought was ever '

correspondent In the old .country: was. given to their musical education until 1 The Florida Central & peninsular Railro!

t, .' (Crossly Incorrect and misleading; and, they began later to develop some ability MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. ,

M be has taken great pains to furnish us to sing. Then Rassoni, being a musician

;.with some facta and figures which mayInterest of local note, began to teach them abort ,Florida, New York, Short Line between Florida and all NortI'ern Points.
Everett Savannah Augusta, Ga.,, Columbia, Washing B
and simple songs.They were apt and
some of our Intelligent readers Philadelphia and Boston.Balling tlmore, Philadelphia, New York. Boston and the East.

we beg to give plaoe to them lie. says learned rapidly. In addition they caughtthe from Brmnswlek, Oat., direct to New York. Everett,, Macon Atlanta Chattanooga Nashville'Louilville, Clnclnn

"Your paper often contains a lot of popular airs that were sung and PASSENGER' 8EKVICK. and Chicago

i i ,r., ,droll'mis-statements about the 'Queen whistled by; street gamins, who never Via 'Fernanrtlna F. C. Oc T, Ry.'and Cumberland Route) Everett, Birmingham, Holly Springs Memphis Little Rock; Kansas City

t: and the ,taxes she receives., She hasuver psssed the house without stopping and Lv Jacksonville 8.2o, ami Lv. Fernamllna 1.30 p mj Ar Louis, Chicago; Sioux City. '

received one. farthing from the singing to the parrots.It ..Brnnswlcic' Lao,all p rail. m. F.Dally C. A: P.except Hy, and Sunday.VlaKverett Ho. fly. Lv Jackson .,. .Klver Junction Pensacola Mobile New Orleans Texas,. > exico Califoand

ft., (nation, but pays It 45,000 per annum was not long before tbe two birds I nvllle 4.00 p ears i Ar lirunwi"k, 7ap .m. Dall,.. Passengers tbe Pacific Coast. Effective Jan.. 18, ISO T..

This Is the fact : When she ascended could carry an air with perfect ease, in allowed on for supper Thursdays. New York Empress No. 88, leave Jacta'
the throne she agreed with Parliament time and with distinctness. Finally vllle 8:20:: a. m., daily, with Through Pull

I4f/ "...., at Its request, that they* should; administer both began to sing together and DOW i PROPOSED SAILINGS .tusr4 s 4eaa1 9 R. Baltimore Sleepers for s.vaDnahi'.Columbia, New York: washlnn and

4\\'K!!' .during her lifetime tbe estates they sing iu duet with the finesse of Lv. New York,Pier III B. R., 8:Bop. m., Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick. M' O Eastern 'points. Connects for Fenundl

f, belonging to the.Crown, and pay her In'li' artists The birds are male and female Friday Apr. 23.... ....... ...... :..........COLORADO................. .. ...... ,..Friday Apr. 80 4 O an' ups.Arrfve.. Jacksonville 9Up.: m.,
lieu of the Income on these esttttes .eroo- Friday Apr. 80..... ......... .... .RIO GRANDE...... ,...'..... .... .. ..Frlflay May 7Friday ", Jt New York and Florida Limited, No. 82-So
II' e 000 year. Tbe estates are called Crown Henry and Polly; Henry bas a voice May I...............t..COLORAMr.. ... .qi... ..... ...........p'rIdayMy 14 r vestlbnlod train with compartment, otaer
,5 Lands Woods and 'between a mezzo soprano and alto, Friday, May 14....... ......_... ". ...... ....RIO GRANDE.. ........ ......M.........'FridayIay' 21 r tloh dining and sleeping cars' ; leaves 8' Au
or Foreets and yield is well Friday May 31..1.... ...,"!...-.........COLORADO...:.......:.............. .Friday: Mayt a 4AV NN 4u ustlne 8.60 a. m., Jacksonville 11.00. m, now 430,000 a year, and are rapidly while Polly's a modulated soprano except" Sunday. 81 returning arrives Jack.
f' Increasing; so that the account stands of pretty high range. Both are For Renerat Information, steamer. trains rates etc., apply to any. raHroad agent or to +V vllle 3.11II1' m, St.Augustine. 4.40 p m, daily e
.\.. P. Mill 'HY. Agent Fernandlna, Fla. CHA8. i VIES! ,Agent, 20 W. Bay St.Jacksonville. crept Monday. kNew :
v thus t stronger than one would imagine and H. H.. RAYMOND General Southern Affent, Brunswick, Ga. la
V W York Vast Mall No. SOt
'\ 0. H.MALLORY Geueral Agent, Pier :20, E.lUver,and m Broadway, N. Y. .
England In aoo't with. Queen Victoria. possess volume and sweetness. With all '. : 4 Jacksonville : m. dally for same nor
CB. "* their accomplishments,*however,Henry J p em points Carr through Sleepers Jack*
r vllle to New York. No.. 34 arrive Jackson
l By proceeds of Woods'and For- and Polly are like all parrots-they --r-- 7 r w a 9:00: a. m.
., <' ests. shown In Budget for ""-. L.N. .
as will never sing or talk when you are -. CRIONVILIE Cincinnati and Florida LImIted;;Leave
1801
and previous yeah : j30.000II most anxious to hear them ; ;yon must 0 s.a.e.ea. son vllle 8.86: p. m. ArrlveCinolnnati. T.IO...
ime a little 24 hours. Solid VIII
1) m. qver
xw. t ". rf await their pleasure and convenience. : O bule Train runs via Everett Mvton, Atlas!
: To annual allowance of &400,000 s Ft 1 Nashville,Lon.
Bat for this perversion of their nature ,41iI t "4 Chattanooga. Connects for
r" t less fixed charge for Income 0.0sa 4545 r vllle St. Louis Chicago and all northern I
.? tax, .10,000 .' .- ". 38 ,OOO Rassoni would have already made a fortune ,. OP q western points.
"leaves with them Ashevllla Route. Through Pullman Bleep
balance In
a favor of the a
The writer sat. in tbe lobby of the t 10 o iv Car ,service, for Cincinnati via Savannah Coin
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nation of .
I;I" ? 45,000 rT t bra, Ashevllle Hot Springs, Knoivlllo thron
Pulaski Boalle'IQ Savannah. and beard m.r
r Tbe whole of the &.185,000 a Is the Celebrated Mountain Country of No
I. year the parrots sing the famous piece, "Say Carolina. Leaves Jackao ivllle e.lW.p m. A
order of
'expended by rarliameDtl except t arri
ives Cincinnati TJ8 a. m. Returning
f ,.. $j ),000, which Is paid to Her Majesty Au Revoir, but Not Good by. Others tl ,. Jacksonville 9:00 a m..
herself and Is balled 'Privy Purse.' The heard. All endeavored to locate the Only Line Thraagh the Beau Ifal B
''Queen \has no control whatever over the musio. Finally one asked the hotel clerk 1 (.,el As 'd Country.of Middle Florida, Fensacolsai.

,b balance, and the 60,000 Is not the who were the singers. He replied they ft RioA CENTRAL d3'ewa' for Kseambla Lake Bay.Live Leave Oak Jacksonville. Madison feonUM):16! a

,jf, Queen's allowance or salary, as some were parrots and pointed toward .the Y4j and e\\ or 1 Talinha.eeliver JnnotlonPensacola. MuM

t,, .people Income.seem to think, but, is her own closed glass door of Uhle's cigar store f ENIMSUUR M.R. New fornla Orleans and the,and Pacific the southwest Coast. Car.glee Mexico, O

',' adjoining the lobby. All gathered about CoHstcUsns. No. I arrives Jacksonville 8:OS a.m.

;\ \. We give this explanation to our readers the door in wonderment, bat the bird. '7a4rr OA yLo81pL Leavesjackeonvllle9sibsm.for3uteAtthorn :

,ff\;. #\ as sent.to us, and lease them to form stopped singing. We left the door and e" a r..rq a Key,, WUdwoodV. Silver' Spring Leesburg,Ooala, Gainesville.Tavares, A]Cw

their own opinion.-From the Key West they resumed the same. piece and sang OrJando-Laooochee., Dade City; Plant
,t.I :>* Advertiser. it through beautifully and in perfect \ Holly Spring*Route. St. Lock, Kansas City,No.Tampa.86. leaves Arrive Jacksonville Jacksonville'.M 4:]p 11 IDefor. HMI

I" time and accord. 'Polly; took the high Atlanta, Birmingham, Memphis, Kansas City. Through Pullman Sleeper without change la
,. ;NI, notes with rem rakble eue Then they hour to Kansas City. The route 1* .I.M&OOD. Atlanta. Birmingham: Holly Springs for Mephis
On Kay Street."Aren't : Springfield and Kansas City. No. 30 return arrive Jacksonville. 9.00 a m.
) t'
sang "Suwanee River" and popular iM a. m.-Leave Jacksonville for BrunswJokfcy the Cumberland Route. steamer, and Wberiafld
'h ;you afraid suggested! II ditties of the day.; No one was in thq Bound.4o .
i 'fI p. nu-Local for Everett. Close connection for Brunswick Shortest and quicken W
-confidential adviser, 'that yon will pro.
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store at the time and Henry and Polly ( A don P. Mr-Local for Tallahassee and intermediate point 'Arrive Jacksonville":111 p. m.:
!} 'YOke tbe powers of Europe a little'too gave a concert that was as remarkable 11 Pino P. M....For Tampa Intermediate pnlot*. Pullman sleeper' ,Arrive Jacksonville.' '
1'1 .flr! far?" Through Sleepers for Cincinnati via Asheville leave Jacksonville at *M p. m., arrive
jI. as it was unique and enjoyable. .
vllle 1.40 p.m.,arrives CI."lnna7.111 a. m. .
I'don't
"Oh, know replied the sultan Between the songs they would talk For Macon Atlanta; two Train Dall,. Leave Jacksonville 8 30 a. m. and 8:66 p. m.
dtM1? r with a yawn 'that it makes much in Italian Steamer"Manatee" from Tampa for flraldentown and Manatee River points.
.. or English.The Pullman Sleepers on all Night Trains.' Parlor can between Jacksonville and Tampa
; difference to me whether they fight one. parrots sometimes hold a conversation Ir: Send for Best Indexed Township Hap of Florida to .
i t4l! another or not'I"-Washington Star. ,with RnaHoni. but never with SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME J LOW RATES N. S. PENNINOTON A. 0: .MAcDONELL
Ag'
A' Dashed: Do..... .- strangers.-Chicago Timqs-Horald. rinest Cnlilne and ......I .. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York. Traffic ,Manager. General Passenger
The Fleet ls !om.oiwd of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers'

f I1 Patettie"They; as want he returned me to work, "and," laid you Perry told t Philippe Erases ws surnamed i "Comanche" (new), "j onqaiu< ," "Iroquois "Ch' role ," "Seminole.! The Tropical-Trunk'Line.! !

me it was a house where: do latchstring Augustus, not because he, bore any resemblance North-Bound.

was always out far a poor wanderer to the Roman bnt Steamers ar. appointed to sail according to the tide.

"I forgot to- finish,*' explained\ WaY"'WOrD because he emperor From From itE&tvSSJPb, KLA.C., (calling. .at Charleston. .. .), -Sundays, Tuemlavs and Tbnrsdayt. Jacksonville way
p was born in August. The MondavB.. .Yedne4days and Friday.. Tampa, & Key West .Rail )
Watson. "It wnsdolatcbstring of .For hour of sailing sea "Clyde Line" Schedule,or Jacksonville and Charl8jlton dally
same surname was bestowed on Sigismnnd papers,
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de woodshed. .. JOSEPH H. URKEE. Beceiver. .
: ncmCliDDaU.Enqairer.. II of Poland for the same reason. -. South-Bound. .

%*!" rToSJRvB1.1 *1 to.sail from inter:lll. East iu .r- New York, st 8 p. m.,'as follows t' BOUTH '. _NORTH ___
l .. For ForJACK.8ONVILLErtcalling. i Ct -* Mondays WedSSsdaJs and JridayS. No. No. II No. 31. No.23 TIme Table ID Effect F.b.I. '81. NO.: '82.: No. 78.TioTSrEw. :No.T *
Charleston
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and :=: :; Local: .900 p i8 i aLv..JACKBONVJI..LL..A.r1" i i \

Boston and JacKsonville-DIRECT LINE ..... ... Mixed IMp SMa .... ,. ..'....Orange Park... ..... Warn II'"
sir ;*( 'relght only.) .... MoWy 114IIp 110''" ..... ..Peoria. ,....t...... .,. 640am 5B5043pm,' '
. rr (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) ........ andFri .. ... ..t..Magnolla..1.Green ........ ... .... ...... ...... .. &u811
STEAMERS "GsO. W. CLYDE" '" ... .. .,,t..... 10 Up1130p 934a .. Cove .... ... SWam
AND "DELAWARE'. ...:.... ... .... .... .... .. ? ," .. ....IIo twlok.Spring. .... ...... 1"
This From foot o( Honn Street,Jacksonville are annotated, to sail as follows: ........ 10 ana 10 ion .I .... ..... ...Palatka...',. .:.:;: ..". BMam42Sam 4BBpm b0ap;
THURSDAYS. From Lewis' Wharf.,Boston ...... 11 la U 04 aU 10 3BaI04 : ......Satauma. .....:.> ... ... 429pm iJOPIMP:
*+ FRIDAYS. ... .. 11 45la a : 19 aMM a ?: ? .:. .... .Pom"......'. .. .. .. .., ... 414am 4 IT pro
4 .. .. inp a 10 Mia ........Cre.oont City Junction... .... SMam338am 4O3pm I'P
is the .. .. .... lOOp 12 W a 1113. .. ...,...... ..Seville...........,. ... 84 pm315pm 125Cllioa
p' St. .. .. too p 198a 114210.. .... ...DeLeon Spring....... ... 3Mam
Clyde's Johns River 'Line. .::...... aw p 149 a 11 4Hp ?............ Olenwood.............. 348am330am SOSpmSMpm ton
i ... .... tOO 2 06 : .... .... .. 10.P'
P a 12001 Beresford.' .............. .
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(DE BARY LINE) "' ...:.... .lIIIp..12I7pA. ....... lAr .......... 38Spm312pm ... ..
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Ie"--d' ... .
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best ...(.... ...1..,.IIvaLv. -. .l.Ly .......... "S ..
very The Elegant Iron Bidewneel Steamer .... .... .. . ....... .tSBOp! ......s ..BnterrHna ,........ .... ,,;;, ,,, 1204amtlOOSam ..... '
CITY OF JACKSONVILLE. ........ .... .. .. :.I 440pAr84flp .... ....T1TU9YLLLE.Lv: "r .. '
.. ... ....: .... .... .. .. .. .
.' CAPT. ''W'. A. SHAW. ........ ..... ...:..... .
4 .. .. .. >.i.loFaola, .............. .. .... ....
,., appointed' to sail as follows ..::..: ;.: :::;,,.?:::. :,: ......Mt. Dora.............".. :.j....,.....45am ......
SmokingTobacco Leaves Jacksonville, t:8U p m.lfunda1ll1.Tu..rta1.. and Fridays for Fslatka .. .... ..... .: 4TOp Ar..:.. .....Tavaree.. ...... ,...Lv .: isaoaw319pm '..
Sanford xntedivlseand Intermedlaus .on .St." John s River. .,.... ., iaop 3Wa'I2arp .......... ...Sanford.......Ji....Lv 188am 100.
Leaves Itanford. .toW a. m.,_Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays for Jackan.vllle.eoUTH ...,.:.. .. ... .. .........Altamonte Springs......., .....:
... . ... .. .... ......Winter ... .
BOUND. SCHEDULE NORTH BOUJS'D. .:....,: ... ;.. 190 a 1 DOp :.... .., .....Orlando.Park..I..r... ......... UOSp'mSMpm: UK am : :0'..,
Re..1 010_. ...... ..... ... .... .
Read ..P )[1..1110_. ........ ...
..a.. ; ... ...... ...... ... .Jacksonvi.... .................... Atria 1.110 up.L a. m. :.....,........ ::............ 8110.. a flip Ar..............'-........... .Bartow Jc. .....-.,.,..Lv lA4SamTiWpm ...,....
.46 p. m. .............." ..:...:.....Palatka............................ 1Aa. a.oo Po m. ..... ..,..... t S4n a .I takelaad .?.....&.... 1918am .
g a.oo a.. m. ..,.., ......,. .. Astor.. ...................... 8.00 Po m. ....... . .. .ao a 11 sop Ar..pana ...
,"+ made. It 4.30 a.. m. .........................11\. Francis........................ 1.80 a.. m. ... .. ... .. em.441pA,. ... ... Oorde..Lv...::::: :: 419 p m 71100p 523.m= ....
"It T8. n. m. .... ...,................ Benelor........................... IfM. son ... ::.. .. ..... S4SaV lOOp ....-. ., .-. .Tampa Tampa Bay Hotel.... ... .Xv... ,T8 71111pm I14am.....

', Arrives : :: m.m..1: ::::::: :....... ......::.BIn..BprIng.:...eanford..;::::::::::::::::::::::::: :. I a.:: :: :: ....... .... Mon......and.. Than 3O a ]? *... Lv.... .....;.... Port '.....Lv .710pm pm .Tho S45a ajdW. ;.*

+ M ..96 a.. m. : ...... ............ ,.... Tampa.......A 180 pi .
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1.30 ..
a. m. Tnes A Friday 8 ..... :. :
.,.... .... .... ...::....:So R.t1Ea Sep .. W..t..... ...Lv
4* BlackweU's Genuine I'Ia. : 11Laarerd).........-............ -.11110 p. m. ...... .. Wed and Sat.. I lOa .., ., ...",,.,.. ......... .........::L issopmWed..adSJC

$ Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. Daily. t ,. _
Trains of Doul5cepSllllllda P10lhnaa Buffet
Tula D and TraI_. R1.eping Can bee. .7aeUna..n.and T'Tralw :
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BULL DURHAM I. A..LULIW JzO.L.Howsa: .... D and fa with Parlor Clots '
:' ,Sopt. .., Act. F.M.laoseozosaJalie.. Pan.Agt. polata oa UNo eoaaect 111diIUI.t ibvr.U Titusville. wltJa .teamer "SUnl'.Slog." for ltoakiedg an'I.ta .

JACKBONTILLX, FLA. TraID J3, tsaHok.onv111., Gal"':
r' Ts.wa1a.iwee.spsshrW.weklassoIcesWIansteps./ry.; ..assi .. Tweo.G. Loons: ,'1'.W.. W.H.WAaeca7orL.r.A.. X.H.Ct.Ti .,A.T.sf.' 0eaIa dally at a:30. 1ft .rrtne..e H.wthorne as 1Ias. '
V WMF'S .. Il4IIl'r bDrC 6a.: BroobvUI.T:!.p, .. Tr a .....a< B..7sa ..iusiW.apsssa.-a.wwplyeer/aweff ss. ......... a BOWLING QRXX2T: MXW TOBX. ant_ ..OakIaDd.-a. .. Lae owtitea 1:40: p.m,1VpoD SpI'lDp YJ8: p. m, Cle.r.e. <
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RIPER ADVOCATE, APRIL 30 1897. Tq

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r [noW SALT, IS MINED. The Swannanoa. \ :]EE9- ; 3'LSi. ,. ,......-_:._.... Tg'T :srvr- TTV.A. ,,.

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HODS EMPLOYED AT THE EXTEN- ASHEVILLE, N. c. EAST COAST HOTEL SYSTEMS / :

r SIVE WORKS IN MICHIGAN. THOUGH and unobtrusive. GRAND VIEW HOTEL. ''J

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lIopplT ..f Paw Material.lDexb..tlbl"'The Whieb' JeJrDeo Asheville.there is no The better popularity conducted of The hotel Swan In ..- Tl'tusville, Florldn. And Otter East Coast Hotels Reached by 4

I J'nlCltI-.11r; nanoa Is due to Its unique location, Us 4 The above hotel is now and In full running order, and tie table Is '
Enormously Sine open sup The Flbrlda
home-like East;: Coast
Grown Railway from Jacksonville to Miami. \1
M atmosphere, the excellence of
plied with all the market Bah
I.dwry affords--such as game, oysters, eto. ,
uB0, rt which Time It Really: ; Megan its cuisine, and its very moderate prices. A carriage meets all trains for the convenience of guests. A first-class laun- The Miami and Key West Steamship Line from Miami to Key West :

of salt springs in the' $2.60 per day. Liberal weekly' rates. dry attached to the hotel. ..- (Railroad Schedule on rage t.) S

'The existence known R..It. BAWLS, ,. J. G. BAST. Proprietor. ST. AUGUSTINE, s '
Michigan was
of "
fler peninsula Indians long prior to the advent Central on street ca. line. Prop. ,.. .-, ---' .- - "--- Hotel Alcazar, : ',H' ,
be!
the white men in the country, and ASHEVILLE, N. C. .J. A. IMPPERSETTE.INT JOS. P.' GREAVES, Manager f, ":
resorted to by both IndiansI .' '!'
'
were :
,1,
KEY
Otk Bo veil known was LAN
wild animal RITER HOTEL WEST.Hotel'Key
I West '
of .salt springs ?,
of the presence
It I fact the general government made nuero1l1 -' Park Cottage ., .. ti' ;i ff. $*-OOperday and upwards.... Open all the year. 'te+
reservations of lands which were ; # TITUSVILLE, "' LEON II. CILLEY Manager ':3

yOgcd to contain salt deposit, By i.'c'l,
act of) admission-of1 Michigan Into West Palm Beach Florida : p Indian River* ",; ;' J" I, \

Union the state was authorized' to ;, Fla. Send,I to,general offices, St. Augustine. for. souvenir. folders of the East. .Coast., ". <' ,
73 sections of salt land, or landbare ; '. : '
(Opposite Hotel Royal Polnciana ,
of saline springs in- ) r'J. '. C.. B. KNOTT, :> ,
the presence -' ,... .. A,HAFFER3ETTEMANAGER. ,
occurrence of salt deposits. -n Florida\ Coast Hotel ..
I' ited! the of the geological Located on the Lake Front. Verandas "' General Superintendent East System.Travelers' M3

i' 11 the organization l Dr. Douglas _"_" _'__ .. __ U'_ __ ;,_ _._ .
rey the state geologist ovel'looking'b.ellutlful Lake Worth. "
ghton, made an examination, with : if Open All The Year '
t4.i view to the selection) of these lands: Rates: $2.00 to $3.00 per day. nd Hotel. I
the results of hill -
. in 1838 reported
d 1 Special rates by the Week. .
nations. Still these examinations i Only a few minutes'
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surface indications, ando M.: J. YARBOROUGH r G 4nrvm. p Street ... Jacksonville'
fl8II 3 limited to r n' + 1.v + walk from Railway sta Bay Fig.
tended experiments were ''made torobe Proprietor. tion's and Steamboat land.Fischer's '
oau the coast far below the surface. lings. This. Hotel is now under ner management, / ;

.' On the banks 'of the

\under-) ._ MOURNING FASHIONS.. far-famed Indian River. and has been renovated .
generally! u. n""ftl... a g and menanre n' ene _. thoroughly throughout.
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stimulate still further trials, "'I
d 'In
MM as to Crepe Chine Pale Tints-ItlaokCrmp
developing such gratifying results especially ) For Widow.. i Bus meets all Trains, and Electric Cars pass door., Bath rooms and alt ,
in the Saginaw/valley, that in For various' dress pui-ponecrepe de chine( Cottage. Conveniences on every floor '1',1'
1850 the' first company,was organized In very light tones Is much worn. Pearl -- Opan .A..1.J: ""the' "'Year. ':, '

for' the manufacture of salt, since which gray, Ivory and similar shades... are greatly HP.lrxx.: : .. Street, ,.Titusville,1'lda.: : Rates:-Ameiloan Plan, *:a to $...M; European, COo to ill Special by the week. .' :,

period this Industry has reached its. ed favored.with Louis Gowns Seize of thIs bows materIal of Ittce over are adorn color, 'Centrally located between both depots.. '.Airy rooms, good table pure drinking I I Mrs. FINLEY, Proprietress! \i "il

pre ent stupendous proportions adding Deep'mourning! la, the mourningworn water .. .
greatly to the wealth and reputation atbe by a widow-Includes a skirt! almost... Rates: $3.00 per day;; special rates by thai week or month.' *

elate and especially tp the growthof entirely covered with crape, for this materlWOOLEN ',UUR.| FISCHER, Proprietor == I f 1 1 ,
the cities and the region in which I
!be business is carried on. -, ( ; .4' .)i.'
The origin of these deposits is not i .'.a" l ':

a known. Whence tbe waters, lying BOa Hotel Granada. ,) / :1,31 "'1-d 'S '
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derive their
beneath tbe surface, saline -
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.t
property there is no apparent means ; a :;j:

of determining, nor is the boundary of ("
!the surface known beneath which these Ie Situated: :, C:>:D. the I: : ,fItI'h' '$ ,'t
of brine be found. The 1 r / t oeD "
eposlts may ( Indian River, at Eau Gallle, Florida.! It is one of the beat places on the East = : tq '.1)
a Michigan salt group lies a wide extent Coast for Deer hunting, Duck and Quail shooting, both salt,and fresh water fishing : "
n the state though thus far the great- And all kinds of boating and surf-bathing. Is supplied with sulphur baths., \\'f JIS 1= 'MeeJffl ;
I ,
tsuccesses have come from the Sagiaw Has a launch making short trips to different points of Interest' free of charge for &
valley. Where the lowest horizon use of gtests. Rates: $2.00 to $2.RO per day; Special rates by the week ;'I ;'
n II found in the salt group the brine is '
GLEASON BROS. I
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Managers.Zdorillard
found to be the strongest greatest in ,. \ ] "
meant and best in quality. It ia for 1 1r ,,
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!ill reason tbat salt wells in the Saginaw r 1 't .. \ J" f'b: "

valley have proved td be more val- Jir j : 5.iJ.a--J ."i. 1 i tl. y'' .
ftble than elsewhere. It la the region b ;; 'l" 4. ':'' '
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tn which the greatest depression occurs' ? If, 1 ) "It I .t
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The salt group here lies at.a. depth tC SK: George Street, : '
caching to more than 1,000 feet belowthe p i '
surface of the lake.' At what depth ST. AUGUSTINE,. FLA. I r ;j :

below the surface of the lake this brine Is located la the center of the I,: i1i 1i t :t.
II found the writer Is unable to state I 1 pffl l'
Of one) thing there Is an apparent oer- r I e. office city, midway and between the post- '
f Gates.
Its
tinty, that the supply) of the brine is City surroundings I ,
r d ,are exceedingly plo '
mexbaostible. The extent to which the ;
annfootnre of 'salt in Michigan may c '_ i {,:l..' turesque, '>the grounds being unsurpassed ..-. !

be carried on Is one of cost and demand. COSTUME.: f +t : I by, any private hotel In 4 'I/jb1!! 3 tI f" )"
u The brine be assumed as existing certain r the pity I I
may al, far from becoming obsolete, as I
in quantity. far in excess of our ability authorities to whom the wish la father to the SM I 4 f :;1''.
to diminish It. thought have announced, Is more lavishlyworn 4 Terms:-$2.00 per day. ) c ; 'l. i flI'ia t
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Of the two modes of securing the than ever by bereaved persons of K ,
evaporation of the water, either by the fashion. A bias band of crape 15 or 18 ; ._, ; Special Rates by the week. I I "
pplfcation of solar artificial heat Inches wide around the foot! of the Iklrtl'ls' B ? I' ..-' !!: !! ;
or
.
Electric'Bells .
the least amount that can be worn consistently "' ; -, Hot and Cold ti'Si J
the latter ia the method mainly resorted p
with the mode. If the mourning Bathe I' If .
1 to in the Saginaw valley. Solar evaporation lslll .,
i gown Is for a less near relative, the band J
ia effected by exposing the brine may be narrower or may be replaced by Mrs. J. V. 'Hernandez & Son. I i
io shallow wooden vats. Such vats as qullles of crape at! each side of the tabllor. ", 1plit
are used are about 18 feet square and 8 The bodice Is, of course, adorned with rev- ,, ::u:
inches deep. They are supported on en, collar, vest, cuffs, etc., of crape, J ,!: '" ,
pOlIti above the ground and are providedwith while the hat or bonnet; Is of orape alone, O. ij7i.8 1 1COZ 0 '
a white ruche around the brim being, of dB 1.
which moved
a roof is readily on Th'e Inn J'
I the vats or off from them to cover the course,,made worn rather by, widows.long, Is now The also prlnooMgown favor- Holly : >- I*
brine from the rain to it tothe
or
sun, as required. The process expose is begun ed Scotch by the and latter.Indian cashmeres, serge, I' ": :aO'rEI:]: :." TO.rT.alY::E .. '..}

in March) and the contents removed etamlne and woolen crape are fashionable 3 -to.a: .- Florida.:: : '\
in July the of the second fillhg When the time has arrived MIAMI .
, product mourning goods. ,",' FLORIDA.. --- (
is taken out the let, of September, that crape may be put aside, black
sod the third and final removal occurs moussellne de sole takes Its place. Situated on the banks of the .beautiful,' Halifax River, which Is "unsurpassed i Perfectly new hotel with all modern Located on park, ne, Vft:
the last of October:. The annual product Women who find the long crape veil too 'and *"V >si ; I block: from Hotel Royal Palmicommundlng. splendid vie of BlMcuyne Da,. Rat...4 ; J..
of a single salt vat pf' this size is 60 heavy for comfort and who are In the for Boating Fishing. v ; + ,2: per day and upward:;* Special rates by weaker month. 1

bushels stage bly. be of replaced mourning.by something where It may lighter rerml, em-d- Good Bicycle Roads. Excellent Table.'i Carriages meet all'trains. ... .. ___ _,... l'

A kettle block contains 60 or CO kettles ploy thick black silk net Instead. This, finished Rates:-From $2.60 per day. Beeman Proprietor. A ; "
set close together and in rows in- with a wide hem, looks equally well THE' SAN JUAN'L., modern, homelllro hotel, with every con ; '
closed in stonework or brickwork. A and Is far less oppressive Special by week or month. venlence} northern white help.' Write $1,
(launder connects ,with a cistern kept Boucle goods are to be largelyworn again. .. 'Orlando, Fla. for book. Open theyearroundeOCEAN' in*11
Oiled with, brine and runs along be- The ooutume Illustrated Is of this material o. :EJS, Propr. ." '. \
around the foot ---.- .I"J J
tween the rows of kettles;and from this and has a skirt finished '
with stitched hem, while It la fitted at the '
a ,
-
launder -
the brine is drawn out into the
kettles top by rows of shirring. The /square, short BEACH: BOUSE .
by opening a lateral spout. bolero Is decorated with stitching and opens ,
I When 70 per cent of the water bas been over a Breton chemlnetta embroidered with STANTON HODSE. '' ,
boiled away, the salt is dipped out into gold and colors. The wide corselet Is of I OX, THE IUIERICANAND EUROPEAN PLAJT. j(1

a basket or sieve to allow the water toran satin. Small pearl buttons adorn the front ---r- Opposite Daytona, near the City} Boafttlful Boulevard; Surf bathing. Rate ,i\\
out of I ft, after which it is emptied of the boler". The tight sleeves have a '' D. J, JONES, Proprietor. according to location of rooms. House open all the year: h
into a bin, where, after sufficient time mall puff at the top terminating In a ruffle. !
a down collar and a Address,MRS It C. BERRY,' Sea Breeze, Fla. :J
about two weeks-,it is ready to be A white, turned .. ... ... ......... .. '
blaok satin cravat; finish, the owitnme.JODIO --'----- --- "' -- -- -- \
Pit into barrels. But the greatest adtance CBOLLKT. Rates.$2.00 per day., .Special Terms to
in the way of cheapening the cost ..
p
ol the gait production bas been achieved q I Families. T-h Hotel Placid. -jim*:w* '
br<> the use of steam to afford heat for NOVELTIES.Black .
"Ip<>ration.. ''For this purpose tbe ex- JACKSONVILLE' FLORIDA.In 1 ',S''*
'Two Minutes Walk from Central
haunt inaw steam region of is the used.great mills in the enameled pencils an<|,penholders .Depot, the center of the"city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west, "\/

Fans are also made of. A so call- are novelties. one block from Bay. Everything entirely new Ellllrllntll.furalebed. ''throughout.' 6!lil
eel pan block use of "settler"Pan 'In gold and silver novelties there is a CHATTANOOGA: ; TENN: Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all train. Terms "-J.RO per day sn lupwards .'
consisting a ,
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and Special rates by the week. N, L WAnD, Proprietor. I
feet Lamps boxes, trays *
and packing room are inclosed in the fad for 4, M .l
ame building. The brine is 'drawn dishes stand, on tiny feet. ,
from the settler Into the pan, to the bot- Very; compact and convenient to carry New hot l< new furniture, modern Im 4\
tOlD of which the fire is directly applied are the new pocket chess and checker "THE PALMS provements. Froatitinnbesatlfullake DAYTONA HOUSE 'Ji
making the evaporation very rapid sets bound in leather with silver mount- Worth. Now open for the winter'of 'SO (FOUMEULV.HOTELSPENCE." ) t ,j
as4 and '91. 2.00 to $3.00 per day. Special ..
causing the salt form tinuoaely. ,
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ings.The of silver gilt with rates by tbe week. ,Address ''T IE PALMS,." West Palm Beach, FU.: I Proprietor.This (T".,"
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swollen The salt from business the manufacture fa, Michigan in I860 baa blue and white enamel in delft buckle designsis for _" ___.___._. __, __ _.,----___ '''''''''''- ._- ---------- T- better than bouMt'entranyand'pleuautl,1"catedba5. to furnish a comfortable: been newly home furnished to tourists; Is land bow -t' '

Gl 4.000 barrels to 8,967,28S in 189 to be teen on the newest WHITE'S COTTAGE UdMft Fla. the traveling public genera. I extend a hearty Invitation to all my, old ,friend* it
.The estimated capacity of the 113 belts and garters on the East Coast lo see. me." A., B, DICKINSON, Daytona, Ha. if.
"jaw-Bow engaged in the manufacture An imported novelty is the combination ., ,J;!
oal lt fa this state ,s6960,000barrels' bread platter, in.which the wooden Pleasantly. located near: the large hotels. Large airy rooms. Good Table.Pur' $,-

per year -Detroit Free Pres.A. & platter replaced lilts by three out of lass its dishes silver for rim cheew, to be, I filtered'rain' water.- Term., $1.50 per day; *7 to $10 per 'week OPen! nnll Seminole HoteL *' "

butter and .cu.it.L..Jewe1era. Circu- Jane fat J. J. WHITE, Proprietor.,

Old ......r. C....... or..... lar. . .. *
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"*at are ,00 going to do with all -- -- OPEN ALL,THE TEAR. ':
10\11' old burgiea'" inquired the nut TIoe isrr Wb..tFirst AGENTS -$2S: to $u0 per week easy. FAITHFUL MEN OR
door nf'l"bbor. Manufacturer-Any improvements You work right around home. A brand WA2TTED to travel for responsible WEST PALM,BEACH, FLbniDA. .'

"I am going to make a clean sweep ] on the 1806 mod l? new thing. Write to us quick I Too established bOOM In Florida. Salary '< .
bis ;
wthem" answered ,the owner of the Second Manufacturer Improvements will be surprised at bow easily It can be $780 and expenses. Position perman This hotel Is sabstantlalIy' bull of brick, and every convenlenco. Close-1' J
)r na ? I ahould1'. rw.got a device dune.' Send us your address, anywayIt ent. Reference. 'sett-addressed the railway depot. Free'buss to and from trains.-" '; Boats) attached to the br'- :: II ,
perdsy'aJ
sad modelfolly oak c1Ja4- be interest to Investigate.Write with fishing tackle ot|board for the nM-of !guests. ,'Rates, from $9.00 ?
will to
be put his MW brougham In the that make the 1898 your stamped envelope. The National, Star upwards; special rates) by the week or month: ,j faJL M. 1.,ROTC ,;
to-day. Address, "People's, .. .i }
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'8 .. INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE APRIL 30. 1897.

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load of wool at Coooa several weeks ago, ROBBINS&GRAHAM

tenoed were found today guilty.,. They* will be, en- ". '.,, THE : fl C CPaid

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CIVIL CASES :

John S. Stanley vs. J.; St.,A....' I.: R.; .e. Up' Capital' $25OOO.OO.
Ry. Co.-trespaas? dismissed at plaintiffs

oost for want of prosecution. LAW LOANS REAL ESTATE.
Detroit fleeting! fc Lighting Co. vs. F. ,

F. Tayloraasunipsi6 and damages; _... .. --1 VI.
.c 4 4Y continued by consent g
Minor 8'. Jones, as' administrator of ,.., ,We have for sale a large list of careful
the estate of John Green and -Cha T. I
i few 1897 Model Globo Gasoline Engine,, Verbeke,V.. Herman Duden-asauropBlt '." \ .' "','selected Indian River Properties.

1 .I '. Ha'I. and plaintiff 10,000 was rendered damages.,'with A damage-/or verdict for ., .Agents'for Sale of Lands of\the.\, Florida Coast Ii

'0,149.87 and $8.03: co..... '' Canal Transportation Co.
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GRAND JURY MtKaKlTTMEST.: n

We, the 'Grand Jury at ,the spring CANAL L.A..1'V.DS.Florid& : .
term of the Circuit Court of Brevard
e '
a Jacksonville Tampa A Key West
Southern Railway, ; Railway Comp
Florida 1897 make the follow
county, ,
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Indian River Loan and Investment
Ing general presentments: Lands. Dlsston Company'. Co.
Land
Priced
and other Low. -
We have examined the books and officeof .
the clerk 'of the Circuit Court," and Price List' of Carefully Selected
H find the books neatly and correctly kept rr-: Reading notice ads on this page Pineapple Slip For Sale. Write for Descriptive : Properties.

and In good business condition. I are five cents per.line per ,week. Titusville. Florida. ,
Also the office of County Judge, and Porta Rica., Abakka, Golden Queen,
find his boob In proper condition, and Take Notice. best varieties, for sale at reasonable
neatly and satisfactory kept. prices.. Apply to & FEASTER
We also\ Ond' the office of sheriff In : A. GotDY, DUREN ,
! good condition, and the jail especiallyneat :Red Spanish and Fancy Variety Slips .GOMEZ: Indian River, Fla.
v and In perfect condition. and Suckers for Sale. Apply toW GROCERIES FRUITS &: VEGETABLES, Florida a'
We congratulate our county on the GORDON Bnowsr, ,
decrease of crime, and that law and or- Robe Sound, Fin.Wallls Pineapple Plant*' All Kinds Crockery Glass and' Tinware.Your
Choice of
We Western Meats kwllTITUSVIjiLiE
der prevail,. thank His Honor, p.trODajf8 -,
Stationary and Marine Iftto 128 jr. P. The Judge, John D. Broome, and State's Abbaka's 'Queens;; ; Porto Rico's and .' FLORIDA.
i ..rower./set, mat for Reliable,Eoom.mtdal. and Durable Attorney J. D. Beggs for ''courtesies died shortly,after being taken Smooth Cayenne's for sale; from WIn. ., ,
I'IUbte, and bus _boatq and wusreitatloni j shown us; and we congratulate the circuit from the water, fever and congestion of della PlantatlonLake Worth. None ,
u and county In having such able and set In. Her remains
pmrer the lungs having
Sole required.BKNJ.. W. JKROMR,,, Impartial officers to administer justice., were embalmed and sent to her- home In but the finest JOHN shipped.Relent, E_ ::rea.: : .. ..:C ::eeO.:
RvpreMntatlve Manufacturer in toe .
finished'our labor .
t I Having( we respectfully Nashville on Wednesday. Melbourne Beach, Fla.
T {riorlda.'' ROCKLEDQK: FLAl3rCatalorue ask to be discharged. Deceased had been teaching schoolat Staple
Grain. Garden Seed Fertilizers & Fancy Groceries FT
; | *and prloe on eppliustlun.I P. A. MdMiLLAir, S., F. TRAVIS, Rookledge this winter, and expected Groceries;' Hay, ,

Clerk.< Foreman. I to return home In a few days accompanied And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,Grou
The piooeedlngs of the eourtwill probably by her friend Miss Ida R. Bate., Fancy Pineapple Slips & Suck- Food and Wheat.' We are the only bouse on Indian Hirer dealing exclusivelythe
I MILLINERY. be finished to-day. the kindergarten teacher In the Titus ers for Sale.'. above,line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patron

.. ville public school. Before leaving for Very truly, :E. L. BRADY, BRO., Titusville, Fit.
she
her northern home however joined
May Day Festivities Oleander
) r a party composed of Mr. Barnes Sanders Abbaka., Egyptian Queen, Golden
I and DRESSMAKING Point. and sister Miss Alice, Miss Daisy Har Queen Porto Rico Smooth Cayenne and
,I.... _____ dee and MIll MoChesney, to go in surf- Red Spanish. Apply to THE ,DECANTER.
l TO-morrow. bathing' at.Coooa beach. While enjoying HADDOCK A MATTHAMS, .
Saturday the old-time
the surf bath, an unusually large "Palm'Beach Pinery,"
,
,
regatta< picnic bicycle races music the' 'into West Palm Beach, Fla. & :Renaker
and wave rolled In carrying party .
dances, eto will take place, we hope, their' heads and when all ... Lesley ;
got
water over ,
all who attend will have a good .time.

The Finance following and I.Executive the programme Committee.: In Miss shallow Wallis wateiuagaln had faI'ntedWeaaurel It was: found were that Choice. Pineapple Plants. I Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines;% Brandies; Rums, Gins and Whist

W. G.' Paterson, 6. 8. Jones, R., B. afconce adopted to resuscitate her, and Bottled Beers ..Lies .and Stoat. ---
for a while the efforts made were successful
Holmes. ; but shortly afterwards her spirit Smooth Cayenne Envil City, Abbaka A First-class Line of Cigars. *.* Billiard and 'Pool Table
Regatta ..Commlttee.-Goo. Gingras and Red without cover
Spanish,
Fred Fisher, C. J. Coggio.ClaMlflontlon. departed for the unknown world. Thus and from, grown plants. Guaranteed Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mi
young
A .-Flnt class;'20 feet and Was the sad ending of the affair. flrst-olass. Apply or address, ardor, Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY A REN A ER,Titusville,IIiTor
friends
Miss leaves on
up; prize, $50.00. Second class, under 20 Wallla many C. A. ROBINSON,
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f feet;, price, 125.00. Third class, fish Indian River, who deeply. ,mourn her loss.Mrs. Eden, Indian River, Fla.,
boats, lug salli.prize tl 10.00.' : : '
Entrance fee 10 per cent of prize, and .-Orlando Q narEerma and Miss "WagonsOi
one price only In each class. I Quarterman, of Chester Shoals were To Pineapple Shippers. .
tl 1 All boats to be entered ,'on ,or before pleasant callers at the ADVOCATE: office ____ ,
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April 30th. Entrancefeea may be sent on Tuesday, and asked us-through the All Kinds,
8. 8, Office Gen'L Agent, )l'
to Jones, Cocoa, Fla medium of the ADVOCATE-to return
ir .Hall' o.c.en'aollolted.: ,Satisfaction, 'Herresohoff table of time allowance. thanks to Mr.Quarterman'. many friends I. R. 4, L. W.P. G. Association, f Carts I and: Harness, also General
Picnic Committee.-Chas. Thels E. Ci Coooa 28 1807. Buggies ,
Fla.
guaranteed for the Interest they took In his behalf April ,
;t ., Johnson, Wm. M. Given. respecting the Life Saving Station at the I The General Agent's office will be removed
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I Everybody bring baskets to the picnic at EJzcrrOIdiJ: :a.mPAXE:: =t.Xm'Ci&-
above place, which thanks to I their to Jacksonville for the. shipping :
,Mrs. ,Helen W., Reynolds, Oleander Point. The picnic committeewill efforts, will not now be discontinued. season and opened May 1st. We have orders to' KOBT. :fe. MIME, Jr.,
send
h Tltusvllle Fla. have charge of the spread.-, We believe Representative Robt. W. commenced moving some fruit, and Go or your ,

Bicycle Committee.-Gas. L. Johnson, Davis' was very, prominent"among the prices are exceedingly: satisfactory, with Bicycle Sundries kept In Stock. Titusville, P1a.
*_ Qeo. L. Lynch, Edward SUllng. workers in the case. A. report of the good showing for the coming season.
"i Five mile race.-First prize, one pair government's decision In the matter was First Armour oar will go west from
For Charter. Hartford road tire., $10.00; second prize., published in our last issue. Jacksonville Saturday night May 1st.
Ucj ,-' one search light lamp fB.OU.. In a little time these cars will be loaded The HewSelden c"
Three mile race.-First prize one pair
The fine sloop Yankee Doodle can be ,right along the track, with men In .,..
Morgan Wright tires, |10.00> second gAs: an advertising'medium, no
and "
bartered by the da''week-or month; price, one sweater, $2.75.i i paper on the East Coast can beat the charge to'see to the careful proper
anywhere between Ormond and One mile race.-First prize, Messenger A VOOATIC. Give us a 'trial advt.- loading of the same. '
Good accommodations for MIAml.j addle, $8.70; second, prize, bicycle, and be convinced of the pink paper's E. P.Geo'IAgent.POBOHBB, Cypress Door Company

further particularswrite. to- watch, $2.00._ worth I ;
\. CAPT. UKO.: cook) One mile boys' race, 15 years and
,: f Tltusvllle, Fla. under-Prize and new departure bell, A.T-.A.T PL.
M 1.75..' SALE. HomeGrown'I -"
Slow race.-Prize, one oyolomoter, ,FOR ... ; Opened October let, 180Q, turned the steam on to

,. ,Naphtha Launch forSale.. .1.25.Beet decorated. Wheel_ In parade-Ono I PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS One of the. Largest and ,Best, Equipped Door, Sash, Dili

I. good condition; length 31.feet; pair Morgan
) wldtfll ht'Soin.eft.' Oln.; headroom in cabin Oft.) Music Band.and,, Dancing.-The Cocoa Cornet Of,the following Varieties) : and General Wood Working Plants in the United States ,
dreug ; 10'horsspo war; speed, fc
A miles an hour; built by the Gas Power Bicycle parade at 10 a. m.< ibbaka, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen Golden Queen Ripley Queen, Smooth And with experienced management (covering a past experience of elf
A Engine Co., New York. Cost, threeyears Procession will form at 11::JO a. m., leiulln Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect 'the ba
ago 92,320; will sell for$1,21)0' or Cornet band leading to Oleander Point. Cayenne, Pernambuco and Red Spanish.Apply .. possible material and workmanship 'at' our hands.' will con

Kent would take In. part,payment a good'mi4 'Dinner 12 to 1 at Oleander Point. to G. C. MATTHAMS. Florida PIneapple'co., Doors, Sasb, Blind, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materlals'Tttnke> Glass, etc
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Regatta will start about one o'clock.
West Palm Beach Fla.
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G80. L&PIP,: Bicycle races'will commence at 8:30 : ,

1 West Palo Beach, Fla.. ., .. follows: First, 1 mile race; ____ Awarded Gold Medal and. Diploma of Honor at Cotton States.." IntrnattouatEzporrtlo.,
", god, boys one mile race; 3rd, three mile ED 8. HA1NK8. K:a. RAIN ES.H.4Lxr .Atlanta,G.,nNb.
race; 4th, slow race; 6th, five mile race.
V ,GROWERS, ATTENTION Prizes:-*/ given above-will be awarded. t' 3l51 SROTH: : : ....RSI. '
Immediately after the races. THE HI HAMMOND COMPANY

If yon wish gold-return. for fruit and MACHINISTS( AND ENGINEERS. .
vegetables of all kinds that you raise, FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.
end .them to K., B.' Williams ,A Co., .v .
I 'Atlanta, Oa. This Is said to be along- On motion of Senator Dlrolok, Senate Agents for ,the Gas Engine And Power Company. PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.

.tabllshed and reliable firm of whole- bill No. an act to prohibit fishing Repair part for their Motor in took. Old part exchanged for..new,and allowance made ao- .
% ''', oafs commission merchanta and jobbers 81r line ".-- IaltiserIn.telnngCompleteIselated.LI and Pumping Plant foromartmlaa
j eicept b and oast net. In the watersof wu.u .j.
and and will dooMntlo DM open by ga.,fpuollm,.team or water. Canwell get the Kraalent power[ HammondIDd., South Omaha, Neb., Chicago,EH
fruit
.In produce they pleaseSou
Lake Worth and tributaries, was *for running smell machinery for all klo by the manner In which they con- taken up. Senator BliUb, of Levy KeroMM.Vapor Hot-lr and Steam Kna-taM.. Soak,all make and eapaciele All build. oi: Salesroom., 234 West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville, Fla.
their business, which profitable' offered.an amendment Including the Bump to be u_ for any purpo**. Injmiton, Ejector: and Syphon Typewriter, all make.
Steam, Vacuum,Water and Ammonia UatiK**. Inventor Model oonitrunted with .eor Dy and
to the grower well as to themselves.Try floating gill net, during the months of of Intrloate Our
and of
dtapateh. Oon.tnioclon repair machinery a .peo'ale equipment are Markets Adfanclng Rapidly on Lards Hams and .Miles. 1
a nearer market for your fruit aqd\ November December, January. February the latest kind. Give u*a share of your work,and you will be planed with oar workmanship and .. .
Vegetable, aqd you* will, no doubt be March and April. The., bill, as charge*, '
CTAtlfled with the results. 111- amended, was engrossed. Office and Works: Foot of Liberty St., :JACKSONVILLE FLA.A. Write: u.s :ror Prioea. '
lame & Co'.. references are as follows! I Senator Puller called up Senate bill
Third National Bank Geo. E. Johnson, No. 78, an act to, regulate the catching -.-----------
na -Candy Mfg., Armour Packing Co., Geo. or taking of fish In the waters of; the .,O. GAUDY. A.C. MKTKR. P. E. McMURRAY Caere and
t, M. Traylor, W. S. Dunoan & Co., all ofF State of Florida., Discussion followed,
Atlanta, Ga. See,tholr.advt. on our 8th amendments were adopted, and on motion Meyer & Co.. a
.paKe. of Mr. Myers, further consideration Candy, ,, WagonMatfiriaB
of the bill was deterred and ISO copies BIKER, .
of the bill and amendments were ordered 00.usl.OD.: :a5erohal:2t: : : : '
CIRCUIT COURT DOINGS.The '
printed. And Wholesale Dealers. in Provisions, Fruits. Produce Apples, Cabbage, Potatoes, Dealers in
-, On the second reading Mr. Bartridge's Onions, Vegetables, etc. feyw_ MMMMBW
regular spring term of the Seventh bill, Tuesday, to prohibit the killing or JACKSONVILLE Dump Carts* Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts, etc.,.*
catching of birds, the FLORIDA.We .
mocking or taking
Judicial Circuit Court in and for Brevard a' Main and Church Sts.
I**. ,county. commenced on Monday, April eggs of mocking birds, and to provide a are making specialties of handling Florida Fruits and Vegetables, and If JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
Wth, at the courthouse In Titasvllle, punishment therefor, and prescribe cash will talk we are In position to pay you the highest market prloe for your -
1 With Ills Honor John D. Broom, Judge; rule of evidence In such cases, was passedas goods, In large or small quantities, as we are In direct communication foreign 1807 Model: Wheels
J. D. Boggs state's attorney; A. A. amended, and ordered engrossed markets and can always find sale for them. Let us hear from you as to what you YIctorntOO : e. Augustine Cycle I Co.
Stewart,clerk; and. Jno. N. Waller, deputy have In this line at which time we will submit yon an offer that will enable us to : : .
sheriff.. Sad Drowning Fatlllty hold your business. GANDf, METER: CO.,
Following are the names of thce who, 33 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville, Fla. Sterling, $100. Has the best line of wheels
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served on the Grand Jury : S. F.Travis, f Rambler ISO.Crescent
,, .foreman; Cb... Cleveland. Frank Kline The Georgiana correspondent, writ- : and sundries in the state. All
Martin Tonng, Frits Ulriolr, P. A. McMillan Ing the Times-Union on Tuesday, says: : ; $75.
W. K. Chandler,' Mills Cotrell Groat consternation was felt here today E. ,B. Williams &: Go. -- Patee, 58030 Kinds of bicycle repair work
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J. P. McGuire, AU Wilson, D..C. Cald- when news was received that Miss Wal- --- '.
.welU James Holmes W.T. Avers K. K.Sloson Us, the'school mistress at Rookledge. Special! $35. neatly done.
:K. \V.lker" J. Arnold, DM and Miss Daisy Hardee daughter of ,t: Aanwilue" ha* the
'LnRoohe and Wm. Treutler. Mr. Allen Hardee, had been drowned In ....Wholesale, Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants. best loyol: *toads In Tie .. F. W. BEERS, Prop--
James Goldsmith was sworn la and the surf at Coco Beach, about four -
acted as bailiff for the Grand Jury mile* east of'this place. It was soon 65 South Broad St.. ATLANTA GA. GEORG MARX. .
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C There were not many cases for trial,\ learned, however, that Mlaa Hardea, JOHN :MA*
r" which speaks well for the county, those through the heroic efforts of Mr. B. Sanders Foreign and X>onxeoticTKOTALKSt Frui'ts. LvI2
; x BaOSWholesale
given below being all that came up for of Cocoa, had been'rescue, before .. :
consideration. becoming unconscious. After having .
State of Florida vs. Chas. O. Blythwsaalt. landed her safely, Sanders madly rushed JKU1TBI Dealers InC ----

1 1+ The case was.ordered continued back Into the surf and, with a courage String Beans ,Y Oranges, -roceMee. Fruit asZdoduca
fty the state, a witness not I bon only by desperation, battled with Cauliflower ". "e.! ', Bananas lat .
asd
; ant, ,and aa attachment was ordered the huge breakers and recovered the Okra-Celery. .'' \ Grape Fruit tu Bay etr..e Gad U ....11.___......
issued for Aaaa Strauderman witness body of Miss Wallls, as It was heaved Cucumbers.1 .' Lemons, .0l:2V:1.11: : : I Florida011K :
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v Cor the state. I upward by a huge breaker. '
Tomatoea. Lime
State of l'Iorida... Peter'''naulllnon- Dr. T. U. Chambers of this place wag .sWf OF THE
Beets, Cabbage3::'''',f> Peaches. OLDEST FRUIT 'HOOSES.II CITY
.1 .traudeatly changing marks and brands Immediately summoned,entertained M hope of resuscitation Squash, ", ,*: Pineapple*, THE
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dismissed. "I.Itlll assigns '
en State cattle of Florid-. John Grant and' of life wer* seen whoa her bodywj N.4atoes, R v,; .%*.;j*'' Strawberries Orape, TO GROWERSet 11& bow whet you haft I. the of Pratt and V
tables. Returns war
recovered.
y Chas. H. both colored prompt and
Royal --Indictment sure. and ell
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IV the
supply
lpanjtUa. beat Seed Potatoes
P--. Write. for rlWe
14 for MO. The prisoners, who are RKrBltKXaaTtar MWoeM Bwk.AUaaq,Ga.; 0...LJe--.C.ndT Mlg. Atlanta. our wholesale hat of grooei e..
y 'Charged with maliciously burning a ear? LataI' news to hand iaya that .KI. I tie; Armour rackJnaOo.,Atlanta,QaQeo.( .M.Taylor,W.B.Duncan a Co Auaait*,Oa. MARX BROTHERS, JAC SONVILLE FLA.
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