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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: May 7, 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: UF00079909:00077
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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FRIDAY MAy 7 1897. .
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LOCAL :NEWS ALL SHADES OF CREPE TISSUE10 TRY K'
WELCH'S
GRAPE ALL'THE
JUICE. For
/ cents LATEST and moat
a yard at popular Shoes.
,
sale by F. S. Chaftee A Co. Titusvllle HOTEL NOTE n
; of the
songs day, at Chaffee & a.DON'T .
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of General Interest. CHArriB & Co's -
4 I Topics Fla.. In half-pint, pint and quart
If you'want nice In the
Titusvllle, Fla. bottles. I something See n
way of ladhs', genta' or children's shoes WHKBH to- atop,' llstiofi hotels oai
,
General OoMlp la connection FAIL j
Mid TO CALL at Julius
/ call our 7tb page.
or write Julius Kline Tllusville
, I BlMSjrne: Bay. Lak. Worth -Mr. Adhemar Brady spent a couple NEW STOCK OF .DIMITIES lawns,. Kline's, and examine his new summer la. He haa ;
an elegant assortment that
There Is
n* and Halifax Stiver*. Key West of days or so in Jacksonville this week. organdies, and everything In the dry stock. It Is certainly elegant. Is a fine hotel feraale-Ashevllle t.
sure to please everyone both- as to N; Oi the .
wl.
1,11 other Important Point alone the goods line at owner hlg( to retire 3
Mr. F. T. Budge; of Miami, baa been Jllllu.'Klino's.Mr. quality and price. from active hotel lllfe. See adj. ,
of Florida., Brief intention of Mr. on thin '
Mt\ Cad Wm. M. Brown came to town I
- spending several days In town this up .
week. page. ,
_sat Event from Yarion fart from Miami yesterday 1

I the World About; People You Know i...Mr. Wm. Treutler;; of Eau Gallle, Tbomaa'Mitchflll, of Cocoa, has Sugar Cane Culture. A few Interesting notee E'E'Flagler'a'propuaed }
s gone to Jacksonville for Those beautiful Easter lilies the -re.peobing Mir.. .
,4 people Ton Don't; Know-Picked spent a couple of days, in town this a couple ef are
months admiration of all new hot.l at
Nassau
week. or so. the ladies who visit hi
Society Editor and a large .Iafteona.poDdeD"
Ft r' bj Our ; .Mattered alone theIrob -Mr. '' the ADVOCATE office. Col. IL. J. Tiffin, owner of the ostrich Mahana.,,..wlli be found la our 2nd page.'. : .'
-Capt. J. H. Smith has been in Jacksonville Grotjan Ronald, of Lotus, 'has farm, Informs that be baa !
-aeai'l. us forty acres Mr. and.Mrs. Jas. ,
and
t COM of Florida.tfcnwiT this week returned from his trip to'theEverglades!: ,, Traffic Manager Beckwith, of PWfnlng Mrs ,
enjoying the society planted la ellga .ne, at his place at J. C. Seiner of Hotel
sly of bla family. of which be gIves a glowing account. the Fj E. C. Ky., passed through here, Coquina Ormond, '
,
twelve
-"""" -- yesterday, on his south. Courtenny, miles south of Titus, left on Saturday. ."' foriWIlllamatowa.{ :i
-The latest from Tallahassee the way 'vllle, and he hopes to make It 100 .
acres
F4 -Mr. W. A. Ronald of Lotus, has says : M."b.r.they will manage the GN,-
been spending a few days at Daytona ballots for senator, Wednesday, stood ae -There will be- a union temperance ere long. lock hotel during the 'uma.r,montha I):'
;!o' beach this week. follows : Call, 88; Chlpley, 80i; Raney, meeting at the Baptist church next Sun
23., Getting rather close now. day evening Everybody Is Invited to dz IC. The Daytona House Daytona, under" I 'IV
';"Tax Assessor J. F. Wooten, of be present Sale ef the .T., T. ; W. lly. the Management of Mr..A. 8* Dleklo.n. .\ ,
Cocoa, was a pleasant caller at the -Rev. E. E. Johnson of Cocoa; heM will remain open all the summer. Any '
ADVOCATE Again ;
Episcopal services last\ ": Mr. J. O. Walton left Postponed.
office on Wednesday. here Sunday. HIS here on of the APVOCATB readers visiting Day vl:
sermons were much enjoyed by the large Wednesday for Jacksonville. He may tone. would do well to stop there..
-Duren A Feaster, of this place, have congregations who heard him. go.as far as Tallahassee ere returning to Monday ", .legal ales day, and the Tae Granada '(sI'

added their line a stock'of of groceries.grain and." bay, etc., to, Prizes for yacht and bicycle 'races town. i: above railway was again put up for sale remain open all the Hotel.EauGalllewill summer, and visitors'' ,C(,:

will be given at the Fourth of' July eel. -Mrs. Holmes and two daughters, of i by auction In Jacksonville As usual, will find It an exceedingly cool spot It

:-Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Miles, of St. ebration lu Tltusvllle. Up to d". $150 Croswell, Mich., who have been spending there were no bidders, and the sale was has been full all winter, and'' the guest ,I,

Augustine, are at''.home again. after a has been subscribed, by ourtownspeople.Mr. tbe winter on Indian River, returned postponed until further orders of the speak In the hlgheatttermn of the management ,i
bit trip down the East Coast. \ north on Tuesday. Mrs. Holmes Is the Court. Nobody present seemed desirous : saying It isone of the most i'
Se G. C. Matthame,of Palm Beach, mother of two of our prominent Indian of coming forward with a check for 'comfortable, home-like
'-Mr. J. B. Conrad the well president of the Indian places on Indian t
known River & Lake River fI: ,OOO as a to the
lumber merchant Elmwood Worth residents, Messrs. James and It. B. ,preliminary buying River; with a good table excellent flabogft. :
of Fla. Pineapple Growers' Association '
was
of the
railway.
Holmes and she is ,
,
so delighted with \ .and
Manager George O. Gleaaon ,
In town a 1,1
a short while this week. paid Cocoa a visit the latter part of test
week. oar ;winter climate that she seriously genial pleasant host, always ready to
-Judge M. S. 'Jone.i! Sheriff Joseph contemplates making her home on Indian high Hammock Land Wanted. give his guests trips In >his, naphtha ,.r
P. Brown and Tax Assessor J. F. Wooten. -Mrs. R. B., Holmes and her sister River.A launch, Eau Gallle. ,;

left here Wednesday, Tallahassee.. I Miss Kate Eyer, of Cocoa, made a flying -i very enjoyable social party was All parties having fair sited tracts of Mr. J... P. Vtnlng.one of the proprie ':"',

-Mr. T, A. Whitaker, the genial and trip to Tltnsvllle, Tuesday, for the purpose given by Mr and Mrs. E. L. Brady last good, high hammock lands on the Boat tOM of 'Hotel Cuqylna, Ormond.writes II

% e isfi? well known representative of Armour A Bi L.of making. a''' short call upon Mrs. night. About twenty were present, Coast of Florida, suitable for the culture the ADVOCATE as follows? :It&k.lfreatl, ,,10 ,

Co., Jacksonville, was in town from Brady.Mr. whist und music being largely Indulged of cigar loaf tobacco, who are w lllng to pleasure In Informing you that Hotel ,. ,II.t"

nE'iIIIK Wednesday until Thursday ., and Mrs. J. J. White, after a In. In the progressive whist contest, co-operate In the development of snob a Coquina. will be span this summer, we 'r."
prosperous season at their Rockledge Mrs.'. Alblue Brady made the largest crop, will do well to correspond with Mr. having rented It to.Mr. Harry L. Beeman fJ
-We regret to learn that the genial number of points of J. E. Ingntham, Land Commissioner of Of the San Juan Hotel
cottage passed
DYOC Th. Mrs. T. T. Wetmore has been through TltusvlUo anyone present. Orlando., heel d:, t.'I
this and quite sick Wednesday, en route to Frankfort, Mich., Ice cream, cake, wine and cigars were the Florida East Coast Railway Compy., i sure that he will keep a good house, and 1
trust, with; her numerous to spend the summer. In abundant evidence, and all who at- St. Augustine, Fin !: that the Coqulna.wlll make an excellent '
.
friends that she will soon be well again. East Coast please mention the, !o"i'
tended had an excellent time. papers, {reputation und.., his management. I !''

. I 1 If: It' you'receive a sample copy of -Mrs. S. H. Ray and family returned E.-Conductor C. Ry., left St.Joseph Augustine Baker,this of the-week F., -We regret to learn that Mr J. D. above hope yon will do'*all' you can to help Mm4o 'i 1

ADVOCATE, ItI..n, : Intimation that town last Saturday from New Smyrna, to attend the National Railway Conduct- Crabb, of Cocoa, wa' taken with n strike attract trade. 'i/o,
t would glye us) pleasure to add youre where they have been staying since their ore' Convention. Conductor J. B Hun- of apoplexy on Wednesday morning. Another Dunce. Mr. and Mr. Boeman are personally'- '
-. to our fast-Increasing list of sub- return from St. Luole a few weeks ago. nlout occupies Baker's position during Fortunately Dr. Moofleld was Immedlatly known to us. They have good reeord }.

riben. It does not cost you' three -Mr.- and Mrs. J." E. Arnaut, of his absence,! at Los Angelos, Cal. In 'attendance to !give the sufferer re. The Indian River Guards will glvev| In and connection will. the San Juan hotel n,.'
into per week (postage Included) when Orlando lie?. Later accounts Mr.. Crabb Is we bvspeak.for them a share of our .
having spent some time In Key say their second dance at the Indian River readers'
-The members Octagon the
of the patronage
ken by the year, and It can be sent to West, are now at Rockledge. Mr. Ar Club ReadIng muob better. Mr. Chas Crabb went to hotel Tltusvllle on Thursday next,, the coming summer.
011 In any part of the United States or naut has the contract to move Mr. M. C. Brown were entertained by Mrs B. F. Cocoa,' Wednesday afternoon, to look lath inst. The hotel lawn on the riverside j ,

pada without extra expense. Salmon's residence further west"' from will meet on Wednesday next Wednesday afternoon.the They 12th after his brother, who came up to Titus. will be Illuminated with Japanese LOCAL ADVTB Ten Cents Per Line, Per': Il

$1.110 per", annum, in advance.; the county road. inst., at the residence 'of Mrs. J. O. vllle yesterday afternoon. lanterns, and tables will be placed: around Week, on this (front),pag 'iii''JI;1.
1.00 hj'2OO
six months forelgn -Mrs Henry R. Jones,'of New Hartford, Walton In South 'rltue me. -Mr. and Mrs Albert A. Taylor, of foi the guests to enjoy the refreshments. '
per an. to countries. Coon left for home Cocoa, returned home yesterday from Several ladles have volunteered ,their 1\
last
on Friday ,aftera Hotel for Sale
Archdeacon ,
B. F.. Brown will
hold assistance and all who attend may rest
beabreeze where their child has been !
enjoyable visit of two months ,
,
-Never fall to read our Inside pages. very divine service in St. Gabriel's Episcopal 111 also the children assured than they will haw good time. ,\
with her daughter, Mrs; Wm. M. Brown, seriously ; of Mr. and Hotel DeJlevu-M.lbollrn.: good .
pn will always find, .!something to In- churchTitusvllle, on Sunday next, the Mrs. S. II. Peck. We The company will also drill for, the ; (
of this place. She will be missed at the were pleased to house furniture
9th lout. 11 new : pretty grounds; '
tyou. at and : and
a. m. 7'W p. m., with ranch Pvlichard company medals, tCh.be
club's note they are now better. Mr. 1! ,
Octagon meetings. situated new station. Address } '
'
Holy Communion at the morning 'wo.. and Mrs TAyloand Ur. W L. Hughlett. worn by the bout drilled[ soldier atTallahassee .

'-Mr. W. L. Keefer has l left Toledo for -Mr. and Mrs. J. WV Merrill and Mr. ship.. who accompanied them certainly Jookedworn camp, for which place the Indian W., R. CAMTBBIX. ,1'
and Mrs.' Chas. B. Merrill who have River Guards, In command of Capt A. T. .Melbourne, Fin ,(
oodley. -'Mr. and Mrs. H. H.: Raymond, of out after their long and patient i j
been spending the winter at their fine ,Feaster assisted by Lleuts. F. 0. William
.
d Dawson, North Dakota, who have been' watching of the little ones, day and
'-Tltuevllle will-'celebrate July 4th. winter residence at Tropic passed spending the winter at Ormond stoppedover night. and Stanley Jones, will .leave on Good, Hotel For: Sale. i\,
'"'t: out for It. through here, Monday, en route home. In Titusvllle from Wednesday :the 17th Init.Concerning. \
ro J. W. Merrill haa the until -Mrs. A. Barrelle, who has been ; sale the
Mrs. thanks For Holly Inn Say tons
fully
-Mr. their ,
R. F. Hall haa been Thursday, on way to Sanford and I
spending a spending some months past with her
lew of the ADVOCATE for a present of some the St. John's furnlahed and equipped'' throughout.This ,
days In Jacksonville this week. points up river. the Proposed
fine Easter lilies. daughter and lon-In-Ia"-Mr. and Mrs. hotel la one of the best palls.
-Brevard County School Board had f -Among some of the visitors to town Cbaa. K. Kenyon-at their place about Hotel at Nassau, N.JETi establishments on the East! Coast, and :'
belr usual monthly meeting this week. > -The following marriage announcement this week were: N. N. Penny, Nathan; half a mile west of town,expects to leave Is now open. For particulars apply to if, ;
from Mrs. Tuttle, Miami, was received W. H. Sbarpe, Sbarpes; M. Powe, Rock. here today for her home In Dighton, Man O PoarBB. I
( -Mr. J. S. Warner has been appointed at the ADVOCATE office too late ledge.;It. D. Hoke, Jensen Dan E. Miller Mass, Mrs. Barrelle has made many The Nassau Guardian Of April :94th, Daytona Fla. 11

postmaster at Miami, rice A. A. Brickell I for Insertion In last week's Issue: "Mrs. Bay View; A. L. Hatch, City Point; friends during her sojourn in this says: "His Excellency: the Ctovcrnor ,
removed. Julia. D. Tuttle announces the marriageof section who communicated with the House of Assembly
I Joo. H. Same, Conrtenay; E. W. Hall, hope to. have the
-Mr.and II.... E. P. Poroher and family. her daughter Fannie, to Mr. Charles Sharpes; J. Wooten Cocoa. pleasure of her presence among them last evening by meuagaIn. refer.sac. A. Fine Hobofor'Sal.., 'F
the subject of the
(1'1. Conrad Saunders, of Nassau New Provo again; next winter. We understand to extension to -'
[ Matthews left and Mr. and Mrs. J.'F., idence, April 12th, 1897. at'Fort Dallas, -Mr. and Mrs Kingsley and Mr. that the'Illness of her daughter north Nassau by If r. Flagler of his system of Owner.wishing to retire,. will sell the }

hiday JJItohell last. Cocoa Jacksonville' on. on Bay Biscayne, Florida.! Harry Tuttle, of Miami, were enjoying call*.Mrs. Barrelle home earlier than she hotels and team communication."The 'oldest and best known, transient and r, '
themselves Immensely at the May Day Governor stated that he Is not
Misses anticipated. family hotel In Asbevllle, N. O: Small
,
and Isabel
-The Florence '
-Attorney Geo. W, Allen, one of our festivities Cocoa last Saturday. Mr. In a position to plaoa any' definite proposition cash payment. Central location 'aDd ,
Allan and Miss Ada Hart of Port Orange, ,
resided before the but that be .. f
iied Key West subscribers, has made I Kingsley formerly Rockledge Steamers Augustine' House, valuable frontage. Apply>> to- "
have been visiting Miss Paine at Cocoa St.
application for and their many acquaintances in that bad received communication from Ur.Flagler .
appointment collector Hoaw. Box. 005
u ,
of a few days. Robert' Allan, Geo. Van section much to them and the of State for ff
customs for the above place. were pleased meet Sebastian. Secretary> Ah"vlll", K. C. ,
,
-Victor Vnlllanme and Allan .New- "J,
Pelt again. The above trio were also present the Colonies on the subject., and before
-Mr. G. Arthur Johnson, represent-! man, of Port OI'RDgobwere also at Cocoa, at the ball. The work of sheathing tbe hulls of the taking any further steps, It appeared to j-l,:

lair the J. H. Whitney Co..; .commission n enjoying They above steamers.with two-Inch heart yellow be necessary for him to. .... placed la ITlne iMuooh. ton Sale J", ,W
Mrs E. M. Souvllle of Jacksonville
erob.nts, of went down in Mr. Wm. Allan's yacht ,
Cincinnati was on a tour pine planking Is being pushed ahead possession of the views of the Legislature. ----
of of the ADVOCATE subscribers baa
the East Coast last week. Ada. one been Invited by tbe Woman's Department :' with all possible dispatch. It 1* a slow His Excellency asked that he I I will sell my 30ft. naphtha launch.; I 4/:

."79 our Inside 'pages will be'found .-Mr., : A. B. Tumeri'editor and publisher of'the Tennessee Centennial to undertaking: at the best, but the boats would be favored with an.expression of (1-borne-power engine.mad hy the Gas1'' (

rfloles on Nassau's proposed hotel, En- of the Grand Rapid. Eagle from read a poem in Nashville on the occasionof will be ready In .time to carry their tbe feeling of the House of Assembly.'? Engine and rower Co.,. fixed awnIng ,fF;
ampment Arrangements Theosophy, December 1844 to Dec. 1803; also the tbe Queen Victoria jubilee on the share of the pineapples that are raised Fuller particulars In connection with with curtain and cushions; draw. .''

Jibe and Manure for Land, eta. weekly for 1J: years, and dally 87 years, 24th Inst. She has chosen as her subject on the East, Coast this year. tbe above will be found on our 2nd pag*>. 30 .. of water, speed about eight miles ,i,

-Tax baa been spending the winter at Eau "The Progress of Science and Civil- j an hour, and In Al condition, for 1,000,
book. Hall will close Gallle very pl auntlp. He left for Ixatlon the sash cost $1,330.:! to(
the county tax Within Lifetime of the Shooting Affray at Fort Pierce. Inspecting the' East Coast Apply
on the 19th ins t
TlioBe who home on May Day, but will stop at Nashville Queen." /'fO II. J. Turin ,
have not paid their taxes a few days en route. Mr. Turner Ctianlr.r .' Coortenay Fla..
would do well to attend to them In time. will return to Indian River next winter .Advertising In the ADVOCATE ito Last Wednesday two white men-Edward I ,

-Mr. for the ADVOCATE like breathing tbe health-giving ozone Sheffield and Samuel Hearn- '
subscribed
W Hlndle of lias been and The Hon. Jefferson A. '
In town this week, doing some plumbing keep posted on the happenings during of Indian River-yon cannot' do enough Arrested In Titusvllle! and fined for fighting. ; from the couatles of Citrus Hendley Ileraan-., senator ),(OXI:1I:. We want money'to loan on flat
,
of It In week to last month.. The real estate mortg.,...' Tee percent
Work for the Indian River hotel, and at his absence.. one a On Thursday they caused quite a des red Pacoand Representative n.. p,
.
continuous of is what free of all expenses,to lender. D, L.,
other dropping water sensation at Fort Pierce near the rail '
places. He added his name to our -Mr. H.D. Johnson, of Milton, M...., wears out the'rock. If you have goods station. Sheffield was striking ets A. Hendry, of Lee county; anA Mortimer Ganldeat.TltusvlUe.
art-Increasing way
list of while of Gadsen
subscribers Bates who paased
a new subscriber to the ADVOCATB, has don't them the of ,
in towa.Hr.. to sell put away on shelf Hearn over the head with a piece
been making a tour of the state this season '' to mildew, but tell the people that you' board, when the latter shot him with a through Tltusville Wednesday' week*' on 'To Ctrl .
., : }; Engineers and Surveyors.
Clarence Robert, of Palatka, I is; spending the most of his time at have them for sale. Blow your ,,own 44-callbre revolver. Dr. C. P. Platt anLspeotonottheEast'Uoas/ ," ,S
Mother acqnlslon to the Indian RiverW Oak Lodge, Grant and Eau Gallia He trumpet a little; for tbe tradesman ,who was Immediately on'the spot to.atteDd returned her. on Tuesday, accempanledby
Baud. He arrived' In has been dubbed the champion amateur waits for else to blow It In these Civil Engineer 0. Trevor Spencer, .
town on SaturdayW someone to the wounded man. It I. said that an having been. far south Mtoml. A surveyor's thsodol,band tripod for' "'

Mr'vR w !
Palatka band and one Heave; and tbe., above la the outcome -
Pith year -Mr.F. C. Brown of and call cash. Apply to
St.
!th the Battalion Johnson Is charmed with Indian River Augustliie, CArE a pleasant lengthened
be the finest B.nd-I.said to and especially with Hotel Granada, arrived in town on Monday. He was Incharge of it. while In town. Thla la Ua first time CUA: *., H. WALTOW?
: baritone the East more Later account to hand at the ADv '
player 00
of be erected bad visited' TltasvllU Fla_ i' '
&be..at Coast
Coast Eats Gallle, which Is headquarters for a monument over Is they ever .
Hearn .
the of the late Mr. F. B. Sackett cATS; office say Improving.Increase and
himself and his trim ittle yacht Benlah. grave such were agreeably surprised to
of Heath, whose remains were l Interredin find a nice country oa this aide ; 1 {

BARBER SHOP.-Wm. W. LI.cb.r, the LaGrange cemetery. ,The tombstone << 'of Duty on ,Oranges Florida. They were quite a jovial ass Orange.Grove and Residence 1
White barber, of Trenton, N. J., baa Have you got One? was sent by Capt J. W. Sackett: of B L of gentlemen and we appreciate tbe for'a.le.

River a barber shop at the Indian Augustine 'decea ed's son. Mr. Brown and Lemons. many compliments they paid Titusvllle, _' I
hotel, TUnsvlUe Do not fall to The $2.00 shirt waist Is still selling at left Tuesday, for Key West where be the ADVOCATB and its: office The
gin him a calL 89 cents, at Julius Kline's. will Drobabfr remain all the summer. The subcommittees of the Senate, at above party left TltnavUle at five dolor A Has grove sad 'garden property elf

He subscribed for tbe ADVOCATE. ere Washington, having charge of the Tariff Wednesday morning for the upper b acres, fronting on the India lilver

Deer Wanted. leaving town. I BIll has agreed to concede an advanceon canals on board the Mach Eats: Game MAl extending. back,to the oonaly roast Pt r
To Persons orange and lemons, providing for a la command of Cap Oeo. G. Glea oa. at Sharpea-about '15 mile seath efTltnsvllle l,
GoingNorth..
The undersigned will par $5.00 each For Sale. duty on them of 1 cent a pound This Miss Lillian Bates, the charming young -known u the Break: place +r ,
Two Is In accordance with the of theCa1UornI. daughter of Representative Bates,< w trees; good house four
HaIlo1'J' Line first-class, ronndrunawlck for Young Deer (Does), to the extent: of requeat brooms end Jntobea '
.rvantl' house ,
Machine for sale ae presented by Senator made the trip to Miami, returned to II. ; aaflpackinghouse tt
growers
ripatickets, to New Turk twelve, delivered to Mowing ,cheap. Apply ,, Price, ", CO.Oft
H. / Tirrnr, to Jone. Augustine, Tuesday, by train. / -
to
B. E. M., Conrtenay, Fla. H. J. Tirrnr, .Pineapples" preserved la their own Apply Ronnm A OaAHAM I \ '
,
juice 25 cent. There la no change Ir<
Care ADYOOATK Conrtenay, Fla. per .
1"
Draw pineapples. All the provisions WATCH REPAIRING: done by>> Anthony Attysforownersflle, : ,
TitnsvlUe Fla. '
For Sale. Town Tax Boob Notice of the House bin referring to alums Bros.' West Palm,Beach, FhvOatoTMght Tl_I'.- ,,Ma. ,f I.I
ndte are stricken oat M also the House ,\1

Bones 'Wanted. One light draft. 00-ft., cabin steam -' paragraph,la regard to orange and lemon Jr-: Asp' an ad.Uai.RleCbu.,*', ...' /.'
launch; One 20 horse power Marine The tax boob of the Town of.Tltna- peels.; For this last paramph a sub- I paper oa the last Coast can bean I how :,

Save roar bones and send them to the. holler, 4-ft. s 4-ft.-8. '. .. vllle will remain open until June 1st. stltatel. provided contaiMiof ,the name AJOVOOATX. Give as a total s.,v&.'. i ;.
.JlICboDvtlle ...un.w Co.,'South JackWm Address P. O. Dos ..... 'J. A. .HAFPKJMCTTK, rate as the House hill but making a Those 5-eeat boxes ef candy for this I aad be convinced oj (ho pink' paper'sworth. ;l. ,'N' f i..

SOIaYUle, Fh pay. cash for them. Jacksonville,Fla Collector' slightly different classllloatfon. ,_ children at Chaffee Co'.. -,< )<' ;
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f plans for a suitable steamship. :My with the privilege' of renewal for tea has' been taken In hand : since even If Michigan Lumber and Manufacturing Co.,

: / Troublesome Tetter views regarding the whole matter maybe years, the renewal to be based upon the Mr. Flagler can be prevailed" \ upon to

I i briefly summed up as follows :. fact that the service has been well and purchase the site of the hotel It wouldbe MANUFACTURERS OF -

''I r'r A donation of the site on the Bay satlafac'torlly", '! performed; this option of a serious matter for tbe Governmentto '

; .', Suffered for Years and Could Find (with the buildings thereon as now erected renewal may seem to your people one- have Incurred tbe expense and In, Cypress or Pine Lu berMill Stuff Sidings Flooring

:r No Cure Until Hood's Sareapa ) which I understand gives a frontageon sided; If this should be tbe case, I only convenience of the removal of the police -- ,

rllla was Tried-Scrofula Cured. t.he'llIuOOr of 600 feet. On Marlborough ask that they shall bear In mind that the force, and yet see the scheme prove prac- Ceilings and Mouldings,Packing Boxes and Crates. Turning. and Scroll Work

I, "1 suffered with tetter on one of raj street, from the. west end of Colony Is Investing nothing except a tically abortive. .
.. limb Just; above the ankle. I tried a the parade. ground to the east end of the piece of dead property, and that the la- 5. I should wish to see any such Good work and material at low prices. Take Main .street! car line to mill and

great many remedies,but nothing did me' lot upon which the carriage and stablesare vest men; for me, Is not likely to fall draft agreement before I; approve of your office. .

any good. The disease was very trouble located (distance not given, except much below $500,000: and la apt to ex- executing
some for 12 or 13 years. In the sprtnrf! 173 feet east of Cumberland street)). ceed that sum. I have, Ac., Ac., Telephone (old line) 435.: Jacksonville Fla.

I began taking Hood's Barssparilla In the event the private properties on The contract should stipulate one trip (Sd.) J. CUAMBKBLAItT.
and after taking several bottles of this -
medicine was completely cured. Hood'sBsrsaparllla the north side of Bay street and east ,. per week alt the year' round, subject of GovernorSir -

, also Increased my weight. and west of the'Barracks' site are ,sufficient course to stress of weather or any unforeseen W. F. HAYNES,SMITH, K.C.M.G.,

l F. P. REGISTER: ,Ststeiboro, Georgia. size to furnish Ingress to those or unavoidable delay the subsidyto Ac., Ac, <&c. HARRY MASON &

; .When my boy wag three months old properties, I should ask that Bay street be 100 per trip or 5,200: per annum.I. : CO.

he broke out with eruptions. He was i be closed by prolonging the north and should, if desired expect to make Jte '.IIatI_ -

treated by a physician and the eruptions south lino on the east side of the Ocots' two week In
M a trips per January of each Waiter-What was your order,' sir? I Jobbers in Fine
would heal but would break out Imported
again. Quarters and prolonging the line
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year. s
am sorry to Bay I have forogtten it. II. MASON CO.
We resolved to give him Hood's Sarsapatilla of the street ( not at the Three week In
name given) trips per February and Customer don't remember; I guve W Hay Street,
and when he bad taken two bottles west end of the parade grounds. From March It so long ago, but I'll change it, for It Liquors and
lie was cured. He has had no trouble JACKSONVILLE. Cigars High
1' with scrofula since, but; faperfectlywell.. !' some source I .have understood that Two trips per week In ApriL, would be out of. season now anyway. ,

$, JOHN R. SMITH Shady Spring, W, Va. these properties extend east and west And one trip per week the,.balance. of Town Topics. ._. '

If you have decided to try Hoodjs; Sar..- far enough so that the closing of Bay the years Out of Bight. "4 Grade Whiskies Etc.

parllla do not be induced to buy any other street at the points named would not interfere The steamer to have all privileges no- First Spanish Officer-Did General .... .t4 ,

Hood's Sariaparilla is the beat, In fact, with the use of these two piecesof corded to mall steamers as to light dues Weyler: distinguish himdelf In the battle ..........,.

the One True Blood Purifier. Sold by all private pioperty. Those of :your and other charges being remitted.' ? Whiskies-Imported and Domestic: Southern Belle Rook and Rye............1...rrom ItJlO per IItII
druggists. Price ft, six for fS. Hnndl.a-Dnmeatlo.pyrie, peach blackberry, and peach and honey... ... ,.>,: ..from *i./no
people who have witnesaed'the' broad If I should provide my own wharf, of Second Spanish Officer-Oh, he was Olns-Holland,Old Tom, etd..................,..... ,.'.....' ....;...... .;j....,.1. .from 'UM per per ml
scale upon which I have carried out my course, no wharfage would be charged out of sight! I Brooklyn Life. Rum.. ,....<...... .......... ......J.:........ ..... ........tti.-..,.,,Irom '1./10 per gal gal
------------- --- Wines-Port, Catawba, Muscatel Claret, etc., from.. .. ........ ............11.00
plans In Florida w II appreciate the Imp but I should expect that the Govern Clareta-Flne SherrYj............:'..,,,,,3........."........t.,.....v....... ....,/..".from 92.25 per per caw gal
.1, Free andAccepted' ortancs to me, of closing Bay street as ment would provide. .a baggage Inspectorfor I A Poser. Bottled. Beer '' '' '..........................o.. .'......; .................i..from$1.30periloi'
stated. Freddie-Ma, what is the baby's: Jty All other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices.
III IIrG Masons above. If this expression of my said wharf. name? Jugs and demijohns will be packed in boxes when so requested, without extra '
:.. views should meet wltlr favor, I shall As a Bahama Pilot would be regularly Ma-The bally 'hasn't any name. coal: Money refunded for "empties" when'returned Ex pi'ess Company will

still find myself cramped for the want of employed, and as this Is really a' ferry Freddie-Then how did lie know he not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay!, and trouble.
service Send for Price List, or call upon MASON via CO.,
and.
room.I .constantly regularly running belonged here?-Truth.
5.. TltiisvllleFla. 301, SOT, 309, 311, W, Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE;, FLA.
Iadltivor// should want permission to build with I feel that .the Contractor. should
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,( Lodge, rr No.. 00 wood. My reason for doing so U a well be free of onerous charges,'especially When fevers and other epidemics are -

settled conviction on ,the part of our pilotage. around, safety s In fortifying the system

tourists that In a ,warm, and especiallyIn with Ayer's Sarsaparilla. A person line'in the State.
holds Its mnetlnK the nooonrl and fourth Fri. BICYCLES.Best
day of eiMili' month, at the Court. house,Titus* a damp climate, a wooden building la BAHAMAS. No. 15.DOWNING. having thin and Impure blood Is in the
vlfle, at 1 most favorable'cDdltlon to "catch"wbatevel'dl
:too p. tu. ,
much more healthy than If constructed -
A. T. Feaster Worshipful Master. STREET, eale may be floating In the
Oeo. W. Sooble, Senior: Warden. of brick or stone. So far as danger LONDON, ENO., 27th March, 1807. air. Be wise In time. \ .

1 ]L F. Hull, Junior Warden.B. from fire Is concerned, should Incur a Sir:-I have the honor to acknowledgethe LUTHY 15O.OO.

R. Wilson\ Troimiror.J. much greater risk I think, than' any of receipt of your despatch No. 14, of The cheese derives Its pe ,
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Ij M.Mendel S. Hums, Secretary., Senior Deacon. the neighboring properties, bat In all my the 2Jrd of February, reporting an offer culiar and also, It may be added, Its FOWLER, $100, $75.00.

J. A. Happersette Junior Deacon.. construction, I have taken tbe greatest by Mr. Flagler to build and maintain an still more peculiar odor, from the fact "

A. A. Stewart: T. H. Sanders, stewards. pains to reduce the risk of fire to a minimum hotel at Nassau, and to connect It with that It Is not considered eatable until\ In CLEVELAND, $100, 8500.

9 B. A., Uelgor, Chaplain' as I am'compelled to carry very his Florida'System on certain. conditions. a high state of putrefaction. WESTFIELD: 75.00, 0000.,
.A. Fro oIJer, .Tyler.CONCERNING .
of the inxurable value.I .
large proportion
l 2. As :you will have already learned
should also require the privilege to from my telegraphic despatch of the 25th SpringRequires. s

:: TilE I'no- build a''pier to the deep water In the lost., I am prepared to give favorable That all the Impurities which'have B. F. MANIER Jr'
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HOTEL harbor, with a bulkhead at; the end of consideration to any scheme of ',the nature accumulated In your blood during the ,
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POSED NEW_ AT the pier,' long enough to lay a ship along proposed, in your despatch when winter shall be promptly and thoroughly Jacksonville Fla.

'NASSAU.. side. At first It may be thought that more matured provided It Is sanctionedby expelled If good bealth Is expected. .' "
,d' i I is When the warmer weather comes these With Freyer 4 Bradley Music Co.
permission to, build a bulkhead un tbe Legislative Council and.
Leglll-1 Impurities are liable to manifest theraR -
The Governor's' CommunIcation reasonable, and that a channel dredged tive Assembly I would, lvnsln vnrlniiH wave and often leadsto _.

to the'House of Assembly along the pier would answer every pur gest that if possible, Mr. Flagler ,should I serious, Illness. nle8s-the-bloodl. -
Poe,. This possibly might'be true. If be induced to the site I rich and pure that\tiled facing will af- c II .A M '
purchase required I J3 : IrC &
The Nassau Guardian of the 24th of so I should be glad to save the extra expense lict you, your appetite will fall and you ; CO..,
so as to fund for "
provide a will "all
constructingnew find yourself run down.
hand at the ADVOCATE office DEALERS
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1, April.to -
of the bulkhead but
my opinion '
Police Barrack. If this cannot be IIjod's Sarsaparilla tones and strengthens
"Y"Tbe !is that with the rush of the .tide, a channel done, I and of opinion that a long leaseto the system, drives out all Impuritiesand I 1 ie Wines .XLCL ,HslQLTJLOrS,
following message from his Excellency makes rich healthy blood.nUOI1 .
dredged on either side 61 the pier him pure,
the Governor was presented at the would at a nominal rental would be preferable Sarsaparilla l la the one true blood 417. ale W. Bay; St.,
All I should however
soon up. to a free of land. '
grant purifier and the best spring medicine.
1I0use'on
meeting of the Tuesday even- JACKSONVILLE. -. FLA.
want permission to dredge If It seems 3. You Be sure to Hood's.WANTED..
Inn; last, havlng'reference ,to communication appear to be under a misapprehension !get only u
feasible.It RICH WINES create heal
rich
aa to the terms of tbe arrangement 4 good,
from Mr. II. M. Flagler'and the thy; blood. Don't make the mistake of
would be my Intention to beautify with the :War Oittce under vr at 5 buying sour poor wine because It..Is
Bight Uon. the Secretary of State for the hotel grounds to the highest extent which the land which L i 5 ,icbeap. It is not. It has a nasty disagreeable
you propose to .
the the while
Colonies the subject of the system
upon possible. Soil Is necessary, and I should to : good wine u really not expensive, and
grant Mr. Flagler la held by the Will top market prices for WHITE l; ;
proposed hotel and a steam. service between PRY !t fives; you that pulled-together selfsatisfied -
ask the of material from
Nallau'Rnll privilege taking Colony. This land is the absolute property IIERON and WHITE EGRET PLUMES, feeling.
I Florida. the lands Fort Char. r ei Or; We make a Specialty of North Caro
government near of the Colony but block A. the GREEN SALTED ALLIGATOR SKINS '
rf ', b lina Mountain Dew Corn three
MESSAGE: FROM TUB GOVKHNOJI 'TO TOR aDd SEA BIRDS (and Fur in season Whiskey
lotte. plan attached to your despatch Is held ) r ;years old, 12,60 per gallon. .
8PEAKEH.AND.MItMUKIItI or THE HOMORABLB Write for latest Parties living in Dry Towns will do
I understand that the present law provides I prices.LOUIS
subject to the condition f
that, If the War STERN well to order from as we can saT.
HOCSK OF. ASSEMBLY.: that all material necessary for Office should at any future date requireIt Commission Merchant / v them M per cent..on nlll orders

.9 NO. 10. building and furnishing the hotel, Is !admitted for military purposes, the Colony will 101 Beekman St., New York City. f We IrAlway.will not open send new money accounts; with orders.pnless

The Governor has the honor to Inform duty free. I should want this either relinquish It or provide liable Jacksonville is given.;
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proper r' No Goods
sent C.O. D
to Towns.
your Honorable house that he has been law extended so that In the event of any barracks and other necessary' buildings ALE NEAR., ERNEST'TAYLOR. /u ll W \ Agent; for Indianopolta Brewing Dry Co.
la communication Mr. II. M. Flag- alterations or additions to the hotel at elsewhere Brewers and Bottlers,Indianapolis,.tod.
or pay over 2,345: to the Heronlei Halt Tonic, J2.25 per case i Clayton & Russell Wild
lor the of the East Coast Railway time Increase In Its furniture Cherry Brandy, 14JX per case.
n owntu1 any any military authorities towards the coat of NEAR & TAYLOR,
and the East Const Florida System of and furnishings should come under the providing such buildings. .
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Hotels, to ascertain whether he would same head. An enlargement of the. hotel 4. Great care should be taken, In (Successors to John McAllister.)

't be prepared to extend to Nassau his. may become a necessity through an Increase drafting any'agreement with Mr. Flaglerto Artesian Well Contractors A 'Fertilizer for Fruit.

''. system of hotels with steam .communi of business, and should expectto obtain proper guarantees for' the c

cation. build with that ,In view. With his
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completion of the scheme once when It EAU GALLIE, FLA.

The Governor Is not in a position to better knowledge of the o'xpen.e'ot keepIng .. ........ ....... ,. .... .. .... "]'be Ideal Fertilizer "
.. Pineapple
place any definite proposition before a hotel Sup't. Knott Insists that all n ----- ---"- "- -. ._ ---. ,

your Honorable House.He menu and poultry should. be admitted A. O.'GA N Y. A. C. METKH. Price Sa5.0o Per Ton..

has received communication from tree of duty.Steamship. '
Candy Meyer: : & Co. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS :..........
Mr., Flagler 'and .from Her Majesty's contract to be at ten years, Moisture. .. .. .
? .? .. ....'...... '. .8 to 10 Per Cent.
Principal Secretary of State on the sub- :
Ammonla..j..4
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jeot, and III''appears to be neonssaiy r;. .00--.1.0:0.:: :atLrch4: ., Pbo pborlc.Acid..5. to to 6"6" ..

before taking any further steps for theGovernor And Wholesale Dealers In Previsions' Fruits! Produce, Apples, Cabbage, Potatoes, I Potash (A tual.6 to .8" .f
to be placed In possession of Onions,'Vegetables, etc. Made !
exclusively from Bright Cotton Seed Meal, Nitrate of Soda Blood Bone
'I the .views of .lie Legislature on this JACKSONVILLE, .FLORIDA.We Dissolved Phosphate, Fine Ground Tobacco Stems, and Sulphate of Potash., ,

abject. ovarnor therefore, for are making; specialties. of handling Florida Fruits and Vegetables, and I It -Write for directions for using and further particulars; also ask for
this purpose lade before your Honorable cash will talk we are In position to pay you the highest market jttlco for your copy -'Economical Fertilizing for FruIt." We carry a large. stock of all Fertill
'+ 'House the annexeddocuments.Aa goods, In large or small quantities, as we are ln-direct communication with foreign set Material, Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dust, Potash, etc. Write for prices before -
markets and can always Bad sale for them. Let u* hear from you aa to what you buying. We seek the growers trade direct.
the resources of the'Colony are bare In this line at which time we will submit you an offer that will enable us to WILSON & TOOMER
mall? the Governor, on' receiving Mr. hold your business GANDr, MEYER & CO., Fertilizer Co..

Flagler's communication wrote on' the 33 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville, Fla. The Fertilizer House of FlorldaJacksonvllle ,

subject of the amount of the suggestedsubsidy
Love .la the Seal*. Fla.
( and asked, as the session might
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How much does the
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noon close, that If possible the substance weigh is only another baby way Magnolia =

of the reply should be, communicated by of asking, Is he healthy and Grocery....
When <<
cable. a baby is THE
welcomed Into the world with PAINT STORE. .
The Governor yesterday ;received' a loving care and forethought ,H. A. HENRY, Proprietor.
reply stating that the suggested subsidy his chance. of health and Wholesale and Retail Dealer Inh'hYfSTAPLE .
strength are .Increased a hundradfold. -
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was a minimum baaed a most .
upon

careful estimate of the cost, and that Mr. early A prospective to look after mother her own cannot health begin and phys too AND FANCY GROCERIES.*** ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS,.

Flagler anticipated considerable actual ical condition. This is sure to be reflected
loss for a few years, and that any ia the baby. Any weakness or nervous depression Write or call for our Cash Prloe'Llst, which will please you.
possible
or lock of vigor on the mother's 10) Main and 33 WelltForl'th Streets all =
JACKSONVILLE
profit would only follow"on an part should be overcome early during the: FLA. S-'spars
Increase of business which would result expectant time by the pie of Dr. Pierc'a Telephone No. 233. ,

1' In advantage to the Colony: perfect Favorite health Prescription and strength which of promotes the organism the ...-----..,.----.---.-..---- -- .. -.- ,-' .---------.-..----- Uiitsdde
The Governor asks that he,may ,be specially concerned in motherhood. Cold 'Vo."tcr L zdnt.:
favored with an >expression of the views safe It and makes the coming of baby absolutely W. :DAWSOXT
comparatively free: from pain; tendon ; Iii. I. E. '
ot'OUI', Honorable House. tbe mother strong and cheerful, and BAIRD & CO.

,; W. F. UATNES. : SMITH. transmits.k-.ktA! healthy.. constitutional vigor to Wholesale and Retail I M West ,
Bay & Laura .
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Government House,Nassau, No other medicine la the world has been JACKSONVILLE.FLA.

( 20th: April, 1807. their such an children.unqualified II is blessing-the mothers and Paints, Oils, Class Varnishes
one positive) spe- and Room
cUe for all weak and diseased conditionsof WINE & LIQUOR MERCHANT. Mouldings.aVAW .
the feminine organism It U the only
P EXTRACTS: FROM A LETTER FROM Mr. H. medicine of its kind devised for this one AND
by a trained and educated PIANINO MILtS,
purpose special
M.FLAOLU Sift W, F.II ATNKS SMITH. let ia this particular field. Pnlatka. Ft. aACDaoxvILLIt'rLRD: ,
I Mrs. l'. a.Caanh, 119 Bay'St..Jacksol1vilie. II:. Day: .... :root of C.tB.rlB*.
I of
;, am jrery' reluctant to communicate No....w Humphrey M., 1 West Fla.
8t. Louis. Mo., wMieetI .m now a happy WILSON
my views at present. In view, however, other. of a See. healthy baby. girl Feel that CYPRESS COMPANY
of the fact that, your Legislature Is In you.*0'done r ror1t me.more_rood ripli.. ..than. amTltatle anything."I'Ueta'he. have.vet Fine Old Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines Havana ,

session I constrained taken.' Three month previous tom Co*, ,. Manufacturers
am to ) _
give yon ....... of
my
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.al I began using .sid.... I took
views, but In presenting them I trust I three bottles of the Yost PftoIrriplicM.' cre -_ Mexican and Florida Cigars.
I only may be pardoned tor'repeating that If **.'woe lilY ant b"b ..A.... IS boon, Shingles and lath.A *y
they are acceptable I must be permitted then.aiy bad lived to la lose boon hint... Foe He was two very dtHcat I >and red :FINE F ANOY' GiROC1ERIE .

a little more time before reaching a de- ....tOld1'. ... .... 'wo ....years.rriapa e, The large: stock of Dry Cypress flooring
"-.Ita "' "v pptloos' WHISKEYS from $3.00 Per Gallon upwards. 'I handle ceiling. siding ahingle'
n,4 both mmy ca.U. ay no Compound Good. lath and pickets mouldlnp,
One always
Ollo of the reason for delay Is -:_ Jlr lOOt t theta 011 band, thus
old
weeks ass -
'} I io bab'i" H Price List upon application. Your Jog Trade Solicited.If assuring prompt shIpments. Cypress
lOOt ,
1I.'iW. ., .time necessary to carefully consider .felt 1IeU": I. ny Wi& mouldings of aU patterns a specialty .
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f! :" .t ",." ,. you wish to open an account you must give flrst-cUss city refe noea. When at home, write us for !: .

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Cards.asr -
I. professional T1IEOSOPIIY. that education III only a polish which I By actual measurement of fifty skeletons '',1
DO YOU NEED FRUIT ,
TREES
----, enables them to show their' true color the right arm and' left lug have bees

!!DIlI', WAtTM8.GRAa4.il.' PART II. the better Cl lll.atl.n' and progress found to be longer In twenty-three, the P otatoes:1:

ODBIIf S GRAHAM, must be advanced on the lines market left arm and right leg in six, the limb Citrus, Trees at reduced prices. Are
[Continued
19 I from last week. out by our creator and not human I the C6r'Ulan ,budded at the around on 4jonroldFlwi
by on right luo/ those
on the
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AtTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Editor .4 d"ocafnThe 'Ida !Itoiiff; Lemon stock. 11,000 of
to 12 henries. The savage and heathen must I left In four, and in the remainder the Inequality them are ...TardltT others are Parson Tomatoes, Melons, Cabbage ., :

rk. flhCI U0uBnd From 4 p10 a. in.1 mind proper deals with all temporal be advanced. If at all, on lines suitableto I of the limbs was varied. Only Brown, Ruby, Tangerine; tlomoMawui,
to
md 2 conditions; bui '!'there U a theory their special characteristics.Their I seven out of seventy skeletons measured; Triumph and Common Urnpa Fruit, :30c. Turnips Lettuce Peas, Beets

'l'ITI1IVILLB,lea Brevard Co., Florida., with Theosophists that the mind Is not civilization twist be different or 10 per cent., had limbs of equal length.As each Boone's, fci:.! .28 Early per 100.& Moll's ,Blood I>()co. Onions, _and all Vegetables, remove .

:'IOPraotI o.IoS II III aU the oourte-'state and led only the connecting link between temporal from ours, until we can set aside Uod'n each, $40 per 100. large quantities Potash ,'

lor examining: and. perfeot.hedtltbe. and Immortal conditions, and o<>n. line of distinction and thaw the line ourselves It Is .a well established fact that Satsuma and Mandarin, 40o. each. from the soil: SupplyPotash
*IedtlfaorhtieS" l fleets us with the spirit world, but l Is also which the missionaries are tryingto catarrh Is a> blood-disease medical men Lamb Orange OOo. each ;, \

-- capable of creating conditions for Its do at present. We have not m..de.a. are quite generally prescribing Ayer's Seedless Grape Fruit. OOc. each, $40 ;
Marsaparilla for the most loathsome and per 100. }
CARY-ELWES, own government, while the mind, being single track: In the direction of civilizing dangerous complaint. Where this treatment I Also all of the varieties of peachesthat ,rqq rqqin

NOTARY PUBLIC, l the product of organic matter makes it the Ethiopian' except la an apish form. la perseveringly followed a thorough are known to be best suited to this '.
contrary to all laws The first absolute of cure Invariably the result. South Florida section Including the 'Ii'
: governing any conditions proof a people accepting ; '
STATE AT LARGE. new Free Stone Orange peach that liberal quantities by the use ::'
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: even to havo communication with civilization l is their tendency to .
taxes paid for non- cheese originated In Orange: county, and Is the
The famous
Typewriting
:a spirit. The suicide. Who has beard Gruyere; made In of fertilizers containing not '>
d/tmts rents and accounts Collected spirit is a morganlo element ever of an best peach yet out for this section.JAMBS .

t taeto., Correspondence solicited ,created from Inorganlo conditions Ethiopian committing suicide, and as the canton of Frlbough, Switzerland;. l Is MOTT, less than 10% actual Pot-, .' vi

Tltulvllle, -. Florida and must out In Inorganic form and crate direct proof of such nonsense? The manufactured from whole milk, curdled ORLANDO NURSERY Prop'r. ash. Better and .
profit.
more
Its Impress through sentiment instead missionaries have been laboring In China before the cream has. time to rise. Winter Haven,, Fla., .

ill h htal' mOR S. JONES, of mental form. As there Is Nothing for nearly a century and, have spent able yields arc sure to follow.
Phosphorla, Fla., March 31, 1897.My AlC about 1'ot..h-4he nMluoflts, w* by actual l ... .4
In Inorganic conditions for the mind millions of dollars, while their! neighborsat father and;Mother suffered with severe HODGES &: GODFREY nrimntt oa the but r....... Im the Ualnd SMIM__ It
ATTORNEr-AT-LAW. to communicate with, and all attemptsto home were suffering 'for bread, and attack of the grip which left them weak. told In. a Hula book which we publish and will gladly i cI{
stall.... to any uum.r In America"....will write......
ITUSVILLE, BREVAKD CO., FL'A that effect are visionary, and all re- sacrificed many valuable lives, and to. They began taking. Hood's SarsAparilla, Manufacturers of GERMAN. KALI WORKS. "'I
ponies are the same, how can the mind day In the very heart of all their past and soon they were feeling all right:{ tJ N.wu SC.New Yoifc. .

County Judge of Dre'Yard'County. communicate with light or darkness or labor the missionaries have to be .guardd again.* ___s. W. C UH. Yellow Pine Lumber ;\

other'' condition element to have their lives protected. So "i
ny Inorganic or lood's NATIONAL.
) pills cure all liver Ills. 23.
:alae.: D. L. DODS N,: ? much for. !attempting. enforce our Bocon DRESSED, I'

M. To give a practical Illustration: A theories In defiance of the laws plainly ADVoOAtn Orange Box feuds, HomeSeekersREAL
"ae.t '-The j
la the
, DENTIST. thousand minds may attempt to comiuuicate l aid down by1' our cr ator. I am not allihome-prlnt largest published weekly Prtilt Vegetable Crates. ;1
newspaper on
with the same Individual spiritualor opening the question as to the merits or the East Coast, between Miami and Lumber delivered at any part of Indian River ESTATE EXCHANGE.

L' Office over postoffice. Inorganic element on the same Identical demerits of the missionary work. I am Jacksonville, and we hope our East on building on of the lading.. Kaitt Coant Anyone,would onntumplat.IIR ilo well to. ,,...,.

question and each'response will be nut dealing with that subject but only; Coast merchants will give us their sup write for prloen. The Sawmill Is situated on the .
rnusvu-LB, FLORIDA. radIcally different which proves the tatlng wall known and established factsto Instead of that we .can make It ton pages J.,T.* K. W. Ry., It mile. south ef falutka.. Exchanging{ Property for Property a 'i

rL.. GAULDEN theory Is Incorrect. The Imaginary communications prove that the human mind Is goy eight. Satsuma]Flights, ,Putnam<:o.,FlA. Specialty. Send Doncrlptlon of what, f
,
.. and responses are clearly me/) by conditions and when we attempt you have, and what you 'want. :

ATTORNEr-AT-LAW, the products of the same mind, and the to 'overrlde'the desires of our Master's Sale. ROYAL-TANSY 'MALABAR Indian River, FLORIDA. ,:

all'tb. diversified theories is the product of dl- creator and set up business on a' line of PilLt'flfWDIIK1OVltaV,1'IItVEn. > \
Will practice la Courts of the State C. C. OAKKOLL, ,.;&
0(Florid*,and the United States Courts. versified temperaments associations and sentimentality of our own manufactured UNDER and by virtue of two decrees. of ton-: .ra. t UA '
,
and sale -
Issued out of the Circuit forms.. Real Estate Agent. :
P.0.Box,238. TmiSVIIXE FLA. ulture. The problem solved is simply IdeM, we fail. The records prove it. Its Court for Bnvanl County Florida on the : nnliiliil ,..

Money to Loan.' 18 the mind communicating with Itself. l true,'the l language of the scripture 7th pending day of,wherein January Lo 1897 C. Oliver, In dunned and F.therein T Budge le- ., .s.
', The analysis of tangible conditions proves leaves room for different constructions and respectively Hannah are complainants, and J. O. Wllsey : :: :;,.tn Bxna< The Largest and Most Com ,
hit wife,
.FREEMAN HALL, Wllwy ar.defendantawill 11 .' * there Is' a .higher and creative powerto The result show that and each sect or sell at public outcry In front of the court by_l Inn* .
bonus door at Tltusvllte during lb.legal hours :itt- plete Establishment South. i
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW whose laws all temporal beings must Ism selects their own pet hobby to antagonize of sale. ,on theriRSr ._ 116 'iI

A: INSURANCE AGENT. bow and be governed according to those all others, until the present MONDAY IN JUNK. A D tan Sold by J. B. Soreven, only GEO. S. HACKER & SON ;
being the Tth day of the month to the bighe.tand p
., religious world has made the bible more
Titusville, Florida. law, or suffer the penalty annexed. beet bidder for cash the following des. '

Representing all the best and strongest What l is a violation and what is a penalty of a millstone around the neck of re- ortbed the northeast real property quarter to-wlt south-half i Northwest of northeast quarterof Cheap Excursion Rates Via ;',":
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Insurance, Companies, Is preparedto ? An organic violation Is to come In Iglon than a progress. Not on account quarter of the northeast quarter t southwest I'
write lines to any amqunt, anywhereon of any defect with thebible at all; It is quarter of the northeast quarter and the we.'". ,
whose tendenciesare "
with elements
the East Coast. contact half of the southeast quarter of section la,
to disrupt natural organic conditions.The the; book of all books; but It la the township 88,south of range 811 east, containing The Plant System.To ,
140 acres, more or less, or so much thereof as .il
Is 'action destruct- fault of the people in trying to manufacture .. the amount now
BISCA.t'lfli BAY, DADK COCNTV.: penalty reverse day totudcompWnan ..
T W. EWAN, >> IU Ive to natural organic; conditions. A violation religions to suit themselves out te M. GOLDSMITH Nashville.Tenn., account Tennessee \ I\r\

}. 8.',COMMISSIONER. of the laws of mate principle Is of Us teachings, Instead of accepting the api40-toy28 Special Mastei, Centennial; tickets sold from all ( '
In Flolell.Ia the Plant < \
Notary; Public State'at Large. to act contrary .to what irate principle bible on universal principles, as.the land This April 28,1807.Notice as points follows: Rate from Jacksonville System,

Linda Selected; Conveyances made. teaches. The penalty l Is re verse,action, mark of our creator's domain. It Is for tickets sold dally on and after April28th _

Correspondence solicited." Address: which destroys Inate principle and transforms hacked up by religious machinery; 'and For Publication.LAND until Oct. 15th Inclusive ':.!4.00

Bay..View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, Into the brute which Is the each sect establishes a religious clubhouse round-trip limited until Oet. lIHh. I
us '
Office, Ewan's Landing. of their and selects hand Tickets sold dally on and after April :
own a
most severe punishment known to hu- OFFICE, ) 20th until Oct. Iflth Inclusive, $17.00,
of
w. ALLEN man existence; that is, to know our some minIster-if to be found-of the Gainesville, Flo., April 7, 1807 JNOTICE limit twenty days from date 01 sale. Manufacturers

GEORGE but deu- "lady killer" persuasion, to shoot off Is hereby given that the following Tickets sold on Tuesday' and Thursdays
troyed.principle Is not. only corrupt oratorical accomplishments through to settler make final nan Bled proof notice In support of his of Intention his of each week, April :.!\)tJto Oct..26th Doors, Sash, Blinds ::

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, claim,and that laid proof will be made before Inclusive, 12.80 round-trip limited ten
the mist and clouds of theoretical sentimentalities \
A person can cultivate the thorns of Clerk Circuit Court at.Titusvllle. Fla., on days from date of ,sate. Dally for military i
fey West, Florida. depravity until outside form has but little while the women put on exhibItion MAY 82nd 1H97'/, companies and bands Until Oct.20th Moulding and Building Material.
the latest fashions of hats and Via I Edward J. Pratorins" of Canaveral J'1a'j Ha.80: round-trip limit ten'' days.The .
offender has to .
Will practice In the United States if any effect; but the HornMte"/2/IIIO.: / for the southeast quarter or! Plant double''' Office and Warerooms,. (King,
md State Courts. 9jun05 make his bed those thorns which ribbons, and the deacons and stewards section 18, township 23, south range 87 System operates dally
upon trains and Is the Cannon Street
In their until hatch out He names the followInK witnesses to prove his absolutely only through ,
incessantly grieves him day and night, sleep pews they continuous residence upon and cultivation of. oar line via Montgomery and Atlanta on
and the in midland, via: R. M. Benbara of Canaveral, -
Sed-bugs, youngsters put and reliable schedules. Charleston
drink quick S. C.
and like the Inebriate, more .
F. n. HOTJGHTON poor Via t W. H. Pnntortus. of (Canaveral Fla.| F.
DR. whiskey to get sober; or the tarapln their time winking at their best girls, N. Hltohoonk,of Canaveral, f la.' N. N.Penny, To Nashville Tenn., account Seventh ,
whenever fall to catch the wink. Such of Nathan Fla. Annual Reunion Confederate Veterans '4
Jump In the water to keep from getting: ;3. M. BARCO June 32nd to 24th, tickets Hold June Sash Cord Ii
Weights
DENTIST.Daytona It is the l Is religion from this standpoint of civilization. Register.
wet. What is Inate principle 10th 20th and 21st, rate from Jacksonville ,
the It would be somewhat difficultto 912.80: limit ten days from date bf
element that l Is produced by analysis*
Florida. of the varied condltlon .ol the temporal locate the exact characteristics pi \ ANTED-FAITHFUL MEN OR sale. An extension ot ten days can bo .Hardware.
such an organization. While they mightbe VV women to travel for responsible secured by depositing return ticket with
affairs in life, and Its Impress is produced established house In Florida Salary joint agent at Nashville not later than
FRIES C. E. somewhat of the order "
1.O. on the mind according to temperamentsor t metropolitan $780 and expenses. Position perman-- June mb. Double dally trains with Window and Fancy 1'1'A

COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land surroundings governing Individuals; In the main they could be registered as eat Reference Enclose aelfaddrel.ed.tamped through oars via Plant System SPECIALTY.

In other word It l Is simply dealing "The great I am, and little you be." envelope. The National, Star To Chattanooga, Tenn., International {!
.
legally surveyed and sub-divided. or. The poet must have been Inspired Insurance Uldg., Chicago. Convention B. Y. P. U., tickets sold July
self. A
To illustrate:
with one's own 13th to 15th inclusive one fare for
Choice .
he
Happing neatly done. Estimates forill person of strictly a "basalar" temperament through that branch of religion when round-trip from all points via Plant

I kinds of engineering works. Disputed can see nothing but self In dealing exclaimed: System. From Jacksonville 914.00, limited Wines
all of mate principle. "Must I be carried to the skies to July 31st. An extension of return and ,i'f y
lines a specialty. wltb questions On flowery beds of ease." limit to (August loth can be obtained '
It matters not how. Injurious or destructive Religion Is the ground-work. chief I by depositing ticket with agent Guaranteed
.
SEBASTIAN, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. In any sense whatever, self Is corner-stone of all things that life is at Chattanooga prior to July 10th.. Sold at reduced
For further Information addressR.
Involved. For Instance eAA s
W LLx1ttecdMAal the ruling principle worth living for. It Is the mother of all dreE L. TODD, C. II. HOWUID:;

; like the millionaire, when he pure civilization. It Is the land mark Div Pass. Act., City Pass. Agt., Imported, _

In every section at once to sell, staplegoads turns a woman and children out of doors that leads the world out of the sea of depravity O. W. Parkhill, City Ticket Agt., Tokitjr Win,
to dealers; no peddling; experience and lets the house stand empty and go Sptrsahwoaas. h Jacksonville, Fla. from Italy.
uineoessary; best side line. 975.00 a because there Is too and degradation. Those who F. M. Jolly, Div Pass. Agt. Tamps. ,
nonjh. Salary and expenses or large to decay, simply Ignore: and cling to' Its true Influence awanaae.sr 4. II. O. llsycralt, T. P. A. ,John B.. Togni ,
lommlsslon made. Address, with 2 oent much self about him to allow room for have accidently dropped In the wrong
tamp, for sealed particulars, Clifton Soap anyone else. While people of emotIonal -- Metropolitan Saloon 124: East Bay
company If they are among truly civilized
tad Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati temperaments see and look after everybody JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA." ;V
Ohio. people, and had better associate
The Peach MASCOTTE.
think of self for New ..
else first, and only themselves with some of these religious / Wholesale and K. tSklI..

what Is left, and is much the richest club-houses, which would be In accord M -, .

,foam ey when will yon Grove's bay bitter nauseatinTasteless Chi ll man of the two. Of all the poverty ance with their views. An old man remarked TIlE BEST'PEACH for both market WEAK MEN MADE

ronlo is1 as pleasant as Lemon Syrup stricken people on earth It\Is the pauper he bad lived long enough to I J' HIGHEST and home use ever Introduced. Offered

1 Your druggist Is authorized to refund millionaire. He Is not able to do 'a thing learn there was a good deal of human QUALITY this season for the first time. For full

'the money in every case where It falls to for any one except his poor self. These nature In people. His discovery Is very particulars address,!

mre. Price 60 cents. .231097I7ANTEDFAITHFIJL obvious facts whether fortunate or unfortunate forcible, and as a tel t, observe the lead- LOWEST THE GRIFFING HUGH. CO.,
ICES
knocks out the spoke in the
,
\ MEN OR ing characteristics) and development of Pomona Nursery, In a MDAi, II'"DA'f:

V V women to travel for responsible wheel of Independent Is mental crushed action.down affairs In human progress In Individual FREIGHT Haccledny, Fla. What FFf I'S tVIQO!

established house in Florida. Salary The pauper millionaire matters, and you will find each one's 1 see and qa c .It
t>780 and expenses. Position permanent. and oppressed with his load of ..II. and We also In stock line Other. V.11. Yonn,, ul.visor. manhood,
particular nature In the lead. When the P1IEPA/0 carry a complete men real our A lat.
Deference. Enclose self-addressed same destructive as q pn5.dI.C r.s.rv..aa.., uS
1I held with the grasp
basalar forms predominate the .mental of Fruit Trees, ornamental., and roses rm..teaey .lee/ .
tamped envelope. The National, Star These facts also either !jfjlltmtard .
others. .m.ri
holds y
I.D UranC8 Bldg., Chicago. jan29,97 he are secondary and vice versa. Analysis adapted to the lower South. Catalogue eu.., nab rf.a. ., my CMIS.r 0 I U5
knock out the ipoke In the wheel of the of the mind shows'it Is subject to human a BEAR Free. Local Agents wanted In every lndbewtgm.eoe'tlelds.frys Ise Impone* oil insanity a w<*rftlil'to.Nesiin..titute.

-What do yon need In the way of missionary work, where they are tryingto conditions( and governed by the general locality a o.h.n.n.a FERVR 'S** ktiltvKiem e4 or .* for
the venomous poison of the Csa carried In veMpueke Prepejldj rlaln t t'rICtus
"e mvelopes note and letter heads, bill transform laws of nature and arts,, and re-acts according beCI box or for MX) wifat JA ir.ac
"leads, statements tags, cards, etc ? rattlesnake and cobra Into the milk of to those laws. hmvv Ml rllnkr.
'/'Ve shall be glad to have a share of your human kindness, mental power havingIts tf&vwxz
'1 work Can a person hate an Innocent, sweet
+ origin from local conditions! must be lovely babe If not, then how about FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, Sold by 'J. B. goreven, only. a

-The Walton Rapid Calking Machine. governed accordingly, and can't be oth- the Independent control of your mind to

Jp.Htnsville one, t L No. two, $10' .; No three, $16 erwl e. These are well demonstrated act as you wilL', There Is where nature (Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL-) M VBASia*' '
.1&. 10 sxpialsNW. C
facts, however much they may come steps In and suspend the mental powerswblch and Musical Merchandise.
desires and Pianos Organs .
conflict with our teachings
that
-We have just received another sup)1y prove the fact mental powers 1
l of very fine grades of tobacco seed, beliefs, which as any one must know, can only deal with such conditions a*
1'
who will plant ft on the East Coast. Call It seems to be the leading desire of the and of We purchased In January last the Immense stock of Pianos, Organs, sheet
.0(* send stamped-addressed envelope townie to supercede the Inevitable by the beginning ending bodily' music and musical instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co, We are closing out 7
to the human race conditions. To give a definite Idea of and unheard-of low to make for full
ADVOCATE office. and laws for the stock of Pianos Organs at prices room a ,aTIIA" MARK*.
laws of our creator, create the acting form of the mind on a second line of the celebrated Conover, New England, Schubert and Klogsbury' Pianos. ....IOM.OO 1

ourselves, but up to date ,they have party approach the party on subject la We 'have the following pianos, which are worth from 9100 to ,'ZOO more than we VIMCMT 1s.
h'I
1 ask for them : : :: :: .
failed. which they have no special Interest or ,style K.waI..I.............. ... ...13/10 RanesRraayl.emab..r..",..,.....S2ooBnbubert &&3SS&&S&! /tt J"" i
This might suggest.the Idea' of conflicting belief and U Isvdlfflcnlt, If not Impossible Confer x .e.r.... ..,....+... ;. rat IS. .- .r. .?, .2I6 ....0: .. ...--
and even M feb ....,.,.,. 2WM Malcolm Love wal:::.::: ,......:::: ;MoHtelnway ..... iMIee. *
with civilization progress to command their attention M waJ.,..n4..........?.. m# eb........... ......... 2Ao I& ..." ...__ __ co. ....-
but not In the least. Our creator laid While on, the other hand, If they are Interested w .. )(J...b....... ........./.., 1110 Everett, .b..................... I'M .,. '
B ................ .MS loiTirTiFlO
aerw ha a alts. wb.w g- M w K. wd SUMoCsmmon. KJninbury -11e .b..r. AMERICAN +
..boldi fur4 wauws(ailon with mar. out the lines of civilization and progress or believe In the question In style 23.wax.sae A tbr....... ..".'"...' !Ion I .,
3 use.,. .Tbu, h p. .
.N.w..,. ..m.tl.L Th. when he said made. .. .* Twml., ..........,....... 979T.eb. / eb...,,,.. ...._...... ITS I"JO.. ... .......:. ..... Y: ,.b -'
Li :: the color of his skin, which has .. ..;.?........ ., .., 2110" ............r..S..... zoo a eu P.rstrm.ss'''. ........ I,,'
change JBXSXV, April 30, 1807. Rslnee BI'OII,t" r .10............. ....rv.Zee ivies bY&Siva: .10......................126 a '
FEINT'S SEED AUVALrlutnaa'g been clearly proven by the waste of so .. .. ...10..................u? 1711 ..... Ht'tuu: .)b.............._........ 110 MUNN CO., 'I'Ut ,
of dollars In the south I hi losT JI.A.BDIIJI:: n !' .e I,eaah................... Iro Monte, .... tab >re 4wav. Now Yerk.WamedAn .' '0V:
million*
.ge'r'MtW many the color of his kin. .[Continued next week.,] Some of these pianos have been rented, hot we have bad them re-polished andvat t S;
0.r.i /asg.kev dater lh.wa trying to change who In thorough order and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or more re. W'IIe ...."'..e "/
e> clan.v country '
o. Our neighbor up the Word come front all quarters that theDeateat funded. We famish stool, scarf, Innstrnetlon book and delivered f. o. b..Jacksonville : I Idea ::= .. '", f-

claim to know more about them than and most satisfactory dye for ; cash or,, lustafJBMat. Sheet music at half pri o.. Writs us. 1 !!1.t awt.._... ,
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do Instruct sea to educate and' ehvvaU coloring the beard a brown or bUck .is ntKTZB BRADLrfc: : MUSIC COMPACT, "]&, I .-1."lr..e1.fiwo.w' =n r,f." ,

we them, but oar experience has prove Buckingham's Dye for the,whiskers. M last Bay Street, Jacksonrlll*, Fl4 *. "I ,s s. wwe.vwulw ws wa.q'1.. .. I ;
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JI material for beautifying; this section out.of existence without second prize, considered-the one search Titus & Summer Goods]
-f mill !RIVER 1OTOUTB. necessary Investigation, aod such law 0008 Everything not bad
hotel. Thee proper did i very well, Spring
I the grounds of the pawed will drive.capital away from. ,the. boy eatthey Cocoa track
are about all th,. favors be asks state which will.never return much all practice the riders fell when turning, a
+ WSWKIV ,.0all'''''. aVMBD TO Tat DBVB.!..- If the government of the island R. C, SCKIMOBOOB, Nearly corner during the race, but were::

i ''it OFUBNT oars Of AMD TUB BlftOAYMB INDIA BAT swap SBOTIOMS.Oat. KABB. were acquainted with tbe work< Flagler has done for 1 ,committees for the various -
H. WAi/row, Editor: Proprietor. Coast of Florida, the enormou Tho In their effort
untiring
amount of country his enterprise MAr DAY CET.EBRATI01; Urea to make, who the were day a success, were as foi- We now have a ,Complete Stock of.. the aboTo-naea

CUAALIH. hIts developed, and tbe crowd of AT COCOA.
be made payable to Iowa';
Check,eta, may
1 WAUNm,publisher and proprietor. northern visitors his palatial beteli Bicycle Committee.-Gun. L.JohnaotGen. Gocds at Low Prices.

__"_ .___ __ ..--u.o attract every winter, they shoul it Wa a Most Enjoyable Oc- L. Lynch Edward Stlllng- E. C. .
fine meshes
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P'.culo Committee.-ChM.ThelB, Mosquito Nets, on frames and in the place ; Sand-fly netting
be willing to offer him any induce coalou for Those Present. Johnson Wm. M. Given. cloth Cotton Crashes for Suits. ; Straw hats; Wash .Cottoniules; Summa
Screen ;
TUB only .tatee'\ in which, capita ; ment-In reason-to carry out everything usually 111|

punishment, is forbidden by law project. Towns that a few yean of a May Day celebration that waa attended W. G. Patenxm, 8. 8. Jones, B.. D. demand; are prompt In shipments, and aim to give best value for the money.

are Michigan, Wisconsin, Rhod back, we're not, or, were nothing bu all largely as could be expected Uol men. of sucesnf <- Liberal dealings our motto.
liave sine under the circumstances, owing to the The crowning feature a very POLLAK & CO.
Maine.
d Island and inconsiderable hamlets, < slim facilities of tranaportallo ul day wax the dance given at nigh; BENEDICT, ,
rather
Into existence under thtuuglo < ,"'. hall fully 150 people feeing.I I '
sprung Afforded tM attend theoocealon. It wall In Eye 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla
TUB beat! advertising medium I Ir lit 'wand of wealth, and are th< hugely enjoyed however, by those whu attendance The dancers who oocaslot wer 32. .. .

r the ADVOCATK.; and the beat ad yearly holiday resorts of thousands were fortiujate enough to be able irnllln to be made handsomely an effective gowned scene for In the the b..UUnnt.ly.!; _-

vertlnewent i it! the one that tell I seeking shelter from northern and there happy and and everyone to be in appeared good spirits. lighted and decorated ballroom as they;. JAMES PMTCHABD, President; W. M. 'BBOW ', Vice-President;

%, what you 'want+to say In the fewest ; winters; a'nd.a very large propor, Steamers, launches awl sailboats fror "trlppod.the light. fantsstlo" to the in '. C. S. Sehuyler"Cashier.,,
and plainest words. Do not tai : linn of these visitors would be at the various places on each side of India Hiring ntra>Bs,&i>f Prof and Mrs. fichu

to word advertisement so that I traded ,to Nassau if one of the( River brought coutlnffents/ of both (lId bert's music. Dancing; was kej 'P up
s. your
1 it will be understood. Insert it in I ramous Flaglef hotels were erected and young folks at Cocoa to help, and swell by noon the gathei tips served until midnight during the, a"nd evening.refreshments. wer INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

q," tbe pink paper. If the advertisement I there. The people of Nassau n'eec log wall already a considerable crowd on the..atreets.J. Unfortunately moat of the Titusvlll ,

g i; 1i ia as good us it should be" bavef'no fear but that any contract P. Turners launchOzone carried people; were .unable to attend the dance, (Incorporated under the Laws of the Stateof Florida)
more Insertion In tbi they enter.into with Mr. Flag about twenty-live Tltusvilllana to Itbe as they were obliged; to return horn .
may
or '
one ; of the festivities, wiilo. a party of early, there being no boats with sleepln;; < ... Authorized.capital, $100OOC
the scene
you eomi, ler with reference-to building /
bring
'Y ADVOCATE ought to probably twenty from Mima and neigh. accommodations to return by. Tb f""" Paid up capital, $26,00
business. .. of the hotel'and the establishment borbood availed Itself of tbe launch belonging steamer Dell left. Cocoa about mldnlgb r ----r.' 'Average deposits '
I50OOC
of a regular steamboat service wil to O. J. Coggln[ to'get there on Saturday with those who had sfaye< S
of Antarti explor carried the letter and c brought: quite i a behind arriving' here about six o'clocl
; Tan history be out to The steamer partan
be should the residents of Nassau per number of Eau <4ulll\ 'i prominent cltl Sunday morning. The party whq wen I Transacts a General Banking
appearscuriously meagre
ation
+ did aluo the houseboat Roch from, this place In the launch Ozone go .
side the record >of North Polar mlt'this opportunity to'slip through eater Zeus, as while t several people took advan back the same.night at half past ten. Business

11 achievement. The one great nami their finger, it will be a matter pi tage of; the F.E. C. Ry. trains to attend, It has been decided that thiyear's .. ". :;
ita unwritten i ii' II to them ,The AD. as far south as Miami belnirepretienled ( Fourth Qf July celebration will be '
which adorns page lusting regret citizens and even points, Had.a. steamer been rlln- held at Tltu-ville on Monday, July 6ih, : Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rile;
'It well .be .asked why ndvises tbe
Ross. ; VOCATE
may fling from Tituavllle last.Saturday, It 18 the 4th coming on a Sunday. ,Al'I'aDmenta ''' Exchange sold on 411 Foreign Countries
;
tbe South ,Pale has been'ao long members:? ,of the Bahamas Legislature probable many more of our townsfull are now being made with that em }

? neglected, since the discoveries at to consider the benefits to be would have mingled with the gay; tlronjt, In view. 1 DIRECTORS:

the oppoeite"end of the' globe cannot derived by grunting the above few at Cocoa. It inopportune that both --- ----,--- JiS.P iTcnAKi>.W B.BA RNZTTPreeide( ,
aelentiflovdul reasonable demands to Mr the St. Augustine and St. Sebnatiai of the National Bank ot Jacksonville), J.8.
full and
attain their should have been undergoing repairs at //Dr: All communications for this paper DOBKBB (Vlce-'Pre"ldent National Banks
evl. ADVOCATE Jacksonville and W. M. BROWN,
without the complimentary Flagler. the time. should be addressed "THE ; )
dence of Antartlo investigation. The weather was most auspicious 'ur TUusvllle" Flo.'" This will Insure Ira. COKKB9PONDKNT8.:
Seaboard National Bank. of New York
1807's First -of May mediate attention. aNational
the of
celebration ,
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'I'' Bank of Jaoksocvllle. 20
OUR FISHERMEN.Our the sun shining brightly all day 'In i a

Talma in general Great'Britain clear blue sky, although once or twice It ".rI".rUSVIL E, FI.'.&.
'' seems to be in .rather a, pro.. is composed oi did look aa if rain tnlubt fall and mar to< Where You Can Obtain the
these legislature' A degree the pleasures of the.occasion. ."Advocate."
condition for bard
perous ; all sorts and conditions of men, Everything passed off as merrilly as a '

times, for 'the thancoel1or: ,of th and some of them are' inclined to marriage bell, however, and undoubt .TlTt'SviLLB' J. U-. flcreve'J' news .stand. _
Sir.' JHIeliael; Hicks- I the occasion to :Emma Eaton,. MIAMI .
Exchequer_ introduce bills., ,wltbouL'1Jue. 'con. bdly an present enjoyed IIr.s ; -
,JJeach-hns. just read .the budget t sideration, of the consequences.. the fullest extent, disturbance of any I .
Com' : kIM being aeen. Flags were flying frorr Good Reliable and
of NEED
statement in the House commendable IF YOU ,
Their is often ,
object many -of the buildings and altogether Widely-read Newspaper' Subscribe for
i, tnoni London, which shows that but they are apt to go too ,,,1'. If Cocoa presented quite a festive appear the ADVOCATE. '

the' ,balance In the accounts of nil the restrictive measuresagainst Mice wit h,,Ita boats of pretty girls and Town Lots Now' Sale !
clad In their bright ] on
i 180G-97 ia excellent The Income fishing that are proposed become charming miner dresses women, Intermingling with the [Remember the ADVOCATE:, Titus

u' 'was 1519,750,000( and expenditure law, the Oshin'g industry, which is sterner lu ex, who seemed none the lest vll e, does all kinds of job printing. Glvus <

3, ** .t507,3B5,000/ leaving a .urplu. ol tbe mainstay of some sections and bappler than the blithe, laughing and a share of your work.] "

$UafS ,OOO. In addition ,to this the source of'livelihood of a large Switching forms which flitted here, .I A..E. KINGSLEY General Agent For

they made a reduction of $37,420- number'of men, will be to' a'great there and everywhere. The programmeor Pineapple, Orange and Lemon ,
and
000 1896.pn The the Chancellor national debt of' the during Exchequer extent destroyed. We ourselvesare races.[ the which day Included were quite yacht Interesting bicycle and; a Land For Sale, Cheap. :.4\[rs. Julia D. .uttle.

4 considerably interested in the ilonlo dinner at Oleander Point a -
1 also stated in his' report matter, for if our fishing industryIs lance at night which was largely at I have for sale. 80 acres of pineapple

A If that .the total value of the' British tabs prohibited four months in tended. land on St. Luoie river, a. few miles below CHOICE 'BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn
trade during the last financial. year Shortly after ten clock In,the morn- Eden, 40 of which being northeast ,
F the year, It will make a vast difference ng the,, bicycle parade began, going luarter of northeast quarter' of section
t t was the snug little sum of $3,695- to many of our citizens and brough the principal streets of tbe 18, township 38, south of range 41' east;; all parts of the Town: Carefully Selected

000,000. Not. 80' bad for John to the town itself. The reason alleged own. It was participated In by many the other 40 is the northeast quarterof Lands
(; Bull. for the proposed restrictions ;oooa and Rock led e riders whose southeast quarter of section .8, Fruit,and Vegetable onHHami
vheels were very artistically bedecked township 38, south of range 41 east. .
Is.tbat the fish are caught. during Iii lth bright-colored; ribbon, flowers,ferns, The above land can be bought for $10 :: : : tRiver and UnyK7 BiscaYJ1e.

INDIAN JUVER' ClGHTS. tho spawningeeaeonand the sup Clto.i and made an excellent showing. per acre. It la suitable for pineapple. ; Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.'
ply diminished to such an extent 'fhe prlzo for the beat decorated wheel range, lemon or lime growing.
the river will vas awared by the Judges to Mlaa LIIU, Will be sold in lots of 40 acres, for Main Office Hotel Miami .'' MIAMI FLORIDA.
that: (in a few ,
We are pleased to note that Rep. years landers, of Cocoa, whose machine ear.led iash. This land will soon be worth fOO
resentative Hurdeo hal introducedIn be entirely denuded of flah. As an arch composed of beautiful flow- per acre.' ,

the house a ''memorial to the 'Tar. as the Indian River is con era, and walt otherwise prettily adorned. Apply to 'O. n. Walton, ADVOCATE

of the Treasury requestIng cerned+ (hia ia in direct opposition A pair of Morgan & Wrlgnt 910.00 tires >office; or to Robbins & Graham Tltusrllle -
Secretary was the prize. During the parade the *tf .
tho ofFish Commissioner
to: report
the' re-establlahment of our
looou Cornet Hand played some goodeleot.lons
4.. ,beacon lights,''and ,it la to be hoped Brlee,'which was com minted upon of music, as well as at various

d, that this memorial will be favor. ecently in these columns.'. Ills re- lines throughout; the day. They looked Notice for, Publication.

d'f 'ably acted Aa we have re. part went to. show as far as where very smart In their new uniforms and
upon.
Mod much to the pleasure' the ocanion. 1
member that the of mullet LAND OFFICE )
peatedly pointed out In the columns! supply l '1 I areaaao
Gainesville, Fla., May 3, 807. J JVTOT1CK f lit
11 oftthe ADVOCATE, not only are the vas not.decreasing to any appro At 11:30( o'clock the band marched
beacon lights a necessity to. our liable extent, and that where dt!. down[ to Oleander Point, where the diner lit hereby clven that the lollowinltnamedlMlttler -
has aged notice of his Inteu-
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river navigation, but the foundations crease was noticeable was mainly was spread on long tables In thebade tlon to make final proof In support of bit 1
,
II' attributable to the late freeze. Ita of the trees for the refreshment of Palm,anti that said proof will be made before
on which the lights. are who felt Inclined to partake ofIt leek Circuit Court at Tltusvllle Fla.-. on June

q+'' placed are also' continual source a very generally-conceded fact veryone t, and as far aa we could see, full lug- lomeatekii Dth, IRUT.vlxi 2377 M..rlaJones.,. for the southwest of fltuBYllle.quarter flat.ofortheaRt THE BEST LIQUORS for the Least Money.
of danger to boats plying ''the 'waters hat the fish do not spawn in the tlee was done to the sumptuous repast quarter and southeast quarter of
the tables that orthwent section a, township: south
4 Moreover while river at' all, hence legislation in Those In waiting at saw quarter '
by night. inn 38 eait.
all had and than enough to
enough more
his direction Is. entirely ground- ; She name the following witnesses to prove
there was never any good and valid itlsfy the demands of the inner man, her continuous residence upon and cultivation sum Trade l5olioitect.RyeandCorn.peripd ; .

reason for doing away with them, e... and worked like Trojans to make It as of. said.land Tls R.C. Bortnienour, of .Titus- ; ............ l.BOnp Iroquois; Rye per gal.... ,....... 6.00
H The restrictions to the fishing for which Ille, Fla.; Henry H. Dreyer, of TitusvlUe!, FJa.i; .. .. ..
there la now as much necessity aa pleasant as possible everyone, E.: H. Rice, of TltuRvtlle, .-Ia.; Chan. ,.1.. MOo Tow Holland< Oln. 1JSO up CalffornJ toes Cata l Port

'there ever was for thefT '''replace.ryl ndtistry have nothing in common oodwlll on.thelr part was much approlated rory,of fitusvtnefla. Cognac, btjindles Blackberry.Peach and..... IJIOup Bottled Sherry B,.Claret I'.perdOS and Angelica..C... ...... 1.00 l.OO.upApple up
{ there ia rith the game laws, for the killing by the visitors. J. M. BARCO Beglster. Sioux Ry..perKal.... ..... 3.00 Imp.Opoetol1orrssrperg! ( ...... '.00 to 8.00
t meat Inasmuch aa a regu After dinner the boat regatta attracted Ool.len Crown I&e, rgal..a...,.. -4.00 nl...,....',110 to600
'far ,steamboat service running at of' game not being an industry em- a deal of Interest for a couple of hoursr Shawnee Rye, per IMIO Imported Gins, .pergai..lDto8.00

the present time, which ,will shortly iloyhig many hands, and not pro so. There were several entries, and DICED blanVs 10o. each; $'3.00 per,100, at Fine imported and Key West cigars and tobaccos. Cigar f 1.60 per 100

be greatly strengthened, not to iding a means of livelihood tony lost of the boats were In good trim toy the ADVOCATE office. and upwwtU.: Send money with all orders. All jugs 16o. per gal. extra.
one, the strict enforcement of tr conclusions with each'Other. The Will ball complete price list on application. All orders will be' boxed .
which ia
mention the smaller craft wlDd was very'squally at times, and when desired without extra charge. .Send for price list.
traversing the river at all times here laws will Injure nobody and kep' the sailors on the alert all the time. FOR' first class shoemaking and repairing

and seasons. What a wise and farseeing rill probably prove a benefit to tbe Tbe Nalade won the first prize of $,)(), call on J. A. Daughtery, 'Washington; J. ft.. MARTIN, .34 & 36 :W.. Bay St.,

i' government'saved by their tate ; not ao, however, with tbe sled by R. 0. Ilardee of Sebastian; .avenue, Tltugvllle, Fla. Shoes madeto JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
tbe aecond of '& going to the
l discontinuance ia a mere: speck .in Ish busineus, as hundreds of men Sultana, of Port puree Orange.; The Llnnle S.woa order In fine style. Jobber of all kinds of.tlquors, Wines and.Beers known to the spirit
the illimitable ocean of public expenditure rill be thrown out' of employment the prize of $10 for flshboats. and wine trade. '

and tbe very small 'sumnecessary luring a great portion of the year, Two of the1.aohta-the Kingfisher, In Agriculture
P to keep them Up would and one of the principal sources of rumand ,and Nymphs), T.'S. Department of -

,), the' coil.venience revenue In'muy sections practl- rued by C. Hatch-capalzed beforeropleting Weather D.ureau-Juplter, Fla. .
offset
1 than by
>e more > the first round of the course, C
they would afford to those ally annihilated. but happily no one was hurt or drowned, TOBACCO SEED TO BE GIVEN 1886.r
aad the the for their The following Is a' comparative state- Away to any person who will plant U
business makes it ereWl-nODe worse
4 whose necessary tent of temperature and rainfall for the In Brevard county. Call at the ADVOCATE "B iBoT
idden Immersion In the waters c.ftle co
warm
'connection L. &
,, tor them to travel on the Indian In : with the above Indian River-climbed back on their week ending Tuesday, May 4, 1897. : office, TUusvllle, and Ret some. | ,,
River by night. We are asking tbe members ot the Titusville Town overturned crafts, and with their logs -1897- ....1800- Or, send stamp to pay postage

no favor when we -request their reeetabllshment leuncll have drifted the following tngilng over the aides cheered the other ATK. MAX. MIN. MAX"';" MIN General Commission.

for 'the lights are avery etltion : boats as they went by, until rescued by 28 79 60 80 71 ...
the naphtha launch held In readiness for '20 78 6J) 81"'t0 FAITHFUL MEN OR .....
; real want which every resident To Ills Excellency, Governor. Bloxham,, such possible mlahapa. 30 '70 6:1: 81 63 WANTED to travel for responsible a .... J. i If l

and boatman on Indian River Tallahassee, Florida: For the above regatta, the New York 1 81 OS 81 65 established house in Florida. Salary a o., :a5 vie &
'
Lax a right demand. Sir.1:-The Town Council of the Town yacht rules and Herreshoft schedule pro :a 78 64 83 66. $780 and expenses. Position permanent. ;J c .;. 'Ii;
t of Tituavllle, Brevard county respectfully walled. Qeo. Gingraa, Fred Fisher and 3 78 57 <;*3 69 Reference. Enclose self-addressed oS c: .:s :.:".: .3-

tl beg leave to draw :your attention to C. J. Coggin were on. the regatta com. 4 83 62 82 71 stamped envelope. The National, Star ,
nASSAU'S PROPOSED HOTEL : tbe Senate Bills No. 67 and 8? respectively mlttee. Total rainfall for the week: 4:25: inches Insurance Bldg., Chicago. 329 '
& 331 Poydras St.,
either! of which will work manifold l.
The bicycle races were next on the Departure from normal rainfall for the *
injury to the fishing Industry, of programme; for the day and afforded a week; pliis 3.36 Inches. Departurefrom NEW ORLEANS. A.
We publish on our 2nd page the not alone this particular section, but the deal of excitement all the event being normal rainfall since January I, Canal BIonk.UI'ERENClh .
status'of the negotiation. entire Indian Biver country. Said bill hotly contested from the start to the plus 11.89 Inches.J. ({ Metropolitan Bank.
present New York Dental Parlors .
propose to atop the catching of. fish for W. CRONE, Observer., I Commercial Aftendes.
between Mr. It. M. Flagler and the
1+ some four months In the year, part of finish.- There were not so many entries .
: t government of( the Bahama Islands which Is the only tfae when some of the for the various eventa this ;year aa last,

,- with reference to the building of fish are marketable. The entire question no Cocoa riders, and only two from Tobacco Plants and Seed to be
of preserving and protecting the Bockledge and four from Tituaville par .
hotel at Nassau New
the
proposed propagation of the fish coming into tbe ticipating.; The following Is the order In J. S. JOHNSON CO.Manufpetarara Given Away.The .
Providence!. At will be teen by a :
river la apparently misunderstood, and which the races were run giving also .
4 perusal of the correspondence in we as the representatives of the citizens the winner's names and the prises ; oft.- J., T. A 1C W. R', company !Ie
f s 'be"m'itter,1\I'. ;:Flsgler's demands :, of this section respectfully pray that you One mile race.-Flrat prize )fe..eDjteraaddle. 'giving away free tobnctfo plants to anyOne
will not sign any bills until an opportunity .:3.7.Joa Wilkinson; second of the rall*"T
1' are not by any means exorbitant, ....Fishing Supplies.... Permanently Located. living along tbe line ;
baa been given to thoae .whose price bicycle watch, O. Hatch. Mr. W. T. Wood general freight; agent
when the advantages that will accrue capital Is Invested In the business on One mile boys' race,' 15 years and Nearly opi sit.Btat Bank of Florida.. 'of the'road, has had a considerable

"U to the Island are taken into this river, aud we believe that when the under-Prize one new departure. bell, At No. 11 East Bay Street. quantity of young plants grown bysM

; consideration-the donation of a question Is fully'understood, laws will, fl.71i, Pentres Davis. -- ALL OPERATIOIS GUARMTEED. expert tobacco grower, and the young
and can be made wbloh will give ample Three mile -First prise;one pair the
of race. plants will be distributed among
"!" particular site the closing a ..
I"
} for Fria. will be FUaw
the of the flab Several
guarantee ] protection Morgan Wright tires $10.00, Ernest
street to build of wood OoldFl111oRa .. ....,. ........ farmers who wish for them.
permission and at the same time giving protectionto Vanlandlnghamt second prise one all- Cotton and Linen Netting; Rope OCb.1' fUani.. ........ ... .j.; ..,.. Moro l.eeanp:1.00 different kinds of seed have been planted
;t privilege to build a pier to deepwater an Industry which Is of the greatest wooll.eatet. $ .7:5: Joe Wllklnsoa. Corks, Leads, Twines, Eta Pishing 1'1._..........._..... ..-,....:.. L00tole.ee Including Sumatra, Vuelto Absj.
with a bulkhead at the end Importance to our entire section. Slow race.-Prize, one 'cyclometer, Tackle of every Description; Hooka, inn IIete! (YW7....C)...,... ........ 12.00 to 18.00 .Persian, or Turkish Sumatra, and other

long enough for a chip to Jay along- In calling your attention to 4Ai.'mat- $1.215, ,Hov Crabb. .' Lines, Rods, Heels' Sinkers, Baits, etc. Irregularities corrected.Yourpatrona varieties.
ler. we bee that U may be considered Five mile race.-First prize, one pair ar-: e solicited. The ADVOCATB also has sbm.'' v u it
Iz4 ; aside, and the removal of soil from and acted upon aa a protest against leg.lalatlng Hartford road tires, $10.00,Wilkinson. .;I OC-TARPON! TACKU A SPKOTAI.TT. F. A. IIDLEY,D.D.S., Manager. tobacco.... to glv

G h government lands to provide tbe one ef our main Industries fa $5.00 E. Vanlandingham... Baltimore. -' Md. Phone 871. Jacksonville, Fla. .maySumatra. stamp, for some.


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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE: MAY 7, 1897. I' .. '.1 w wI ,


schooner Queen Is at Jensen, and will '
be up 10 a few days. She had
a party of
gentlemen on her last trip to the Ba- FERTILI7FR
bamaa &J ,

Capt. Aler Ooodo went up to the May M y
Day races last Friday afternoon, with a
jolly Party on board the King Fisher: ..
11111 mothel'rs.! R W. Goode, his two V

sisters Anv the Misses Annie and Jessie' also' :& :
PRICES ,
J. A. Gilbert and Wm. M. Chaffee. Mrs.

ki] Goode and family were the guests; of
Mr. and Mrs H. U. Wilkinson
of Rock-

NGPOAKIIiI ,all ledge report; from a splendid Friday until time Sunday., and say They the H I ]I !: 1 :; ;.rafi y.

O088 picnic, races and ball were a great sue- ..F :Zneapple: C rC'Wers.;: : "


The Melbournltes who went up the tI

river to attend the May Day sports at PLD.oapp1o: : .er'tl.1:1.zor&: : : 1 I ,
Oleander Point were" more than de hi Bar- Before buying the following Materials be sure and to '.
apply
I lighted; with that beautiful drive from Compounded with I chemicals I suitable I for the I plant, and has boon 1

POWDERAbsolutely : Cocoa to Rooklodge/ which Is still going/ thoroughly tested with excellent results.GUARANTEED us for prices.and we will prove to you we can save you money :
I farther north to City Point; and south' t twith I.
Pure. I I to Mr. Bowers' beautiful grove. Why ANALYSIS: STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE : } i

'' strength from don't Eau Melbourne Gallle work for a shell drive B Ammonia .'. . . . 'iv,.r,' . .. ..5 too percent. BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE. i
rated for iw great leavening' to Melbourne, along; the .. a
eofladulteratfon food aicaiimt river front, or further south to Tlllmnn, Phos. .. <: .. .0 to 7 per cent. DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA, : : M

MM elatitome!)bwnds common to little while or the no right-of-way/ can be had with Potash .'. . . .. ..>.|)bt., $\{ ; .4 to 6 per. cent. t, SULPHATE' OF. AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS. : '
New York. expense.Do
UL IIAIIING..POWDER CO. E-I jJWrite for Speclal'Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, : ?

N tW
you want to buy Blood & Bone? : KS- Special Mixtures componadad; <|with machinery at very low COTTON SEED. HULL, ASHES KAINIT AND POTASHES. ; ,t

1 Jensen. If so, get pi-Ices and buy from Little prices. ," ." ,' ''' I ., t 1
Bros. F. & P._ Co. Jacksonville, Fla.. H : \' c

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le
D in" ,V.A. Coon making a substanI GOOD, Hard-Time Whiskey, only $2.25a : Please,Correspondwith. US before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send. for '!
) to her dwelling by *'
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improvement gallon (vessel extra) at & : Sk'i! '
lin/s two-story front. -Edmund, Renaker's, Titusvllle. Lesley. ; hi Pamphlet. ;, .* \ !
ug4"otllelatl n//{." '
LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
1 It K, D. Hoke and Miss 0, A. Mo- Guavas Wanted. ,
7 ( tlstted friends In Eden this week, a
It on the 8:30 p. m. train and re- ; -
[leg| up on the 6:46: p.'m., thus'showing Highest cash price paid for /guavas, In :Tackcora: vi11o., FJ. :r1 La_ :. ,;
Elbe F. E. C. Railway Is quite con- a..y quantity and at'any station on the .
le-for the discharge of our social East Coast Railway. Write Or apply to '

.,?. However, soon'as we can get JAS. CAKNEI.I., a party on board from here. All B.'M. will\ be held at the school houseon w t'' 4 1
I shell road, we expect to see all the Ormond,1'la.. ) report having spent a most enjoyable Friday at 3 p. m, (f. G. SPRINGER N 1 .
i with their bicycles greatly., ",'blch111 At present fa- Refer to Editor AD V004 SE. time on the trip. E. B. Arnnld and children attendedthe
scatters _
ate i an several wheels to be seen la,, and-Time Cocoa picnic last Saturday.Our "< j,
Eau Gallie. TRY a gallon Whiskey school will close :
with 'an enter- *
t D. Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of ------ -
.' $2.25, at Losley &; Renaker's, Titus- tainment In two weeks. ::4'
ellepnblicafExecuuve!; Committeek ville, Kla. Vessel extra. e'
k action In regard to the post-office Rev. H. M. Prince preached a good A. B. Easloy, of Wade, Fla., b ,been :
this.place, as there was such general sermon last Sunday evening, at the visiting friends here the past week.:
|ia(ptiun> with the present Incumbent, Baptist church. v Sebastian.Cocoa 1'. M. Forest and daughter Miss Ian, ICE.AND '
There had been some little
Coon.
p. Commodore : will spend a week at the beach shortly.H. .
of Melbourne
Ding by one or two Individuals, bat Bergen, .
(ibii Instance there"were too many was In town Tuesday shaking hands has a smart-looking band.: Did C. Starck and throe children were :
it were more than satisfied to make Iicy with old friends you notice that fair mascot P In Cocoa last Saturday, attending tbe

fur the committee to recoramenxinge. Ex-Mayor Wm. Treutler left last Miss Ladye' Skipwith went home to May Day picnic. Distilled Water'nerrigerators ,
-With wbat little effort little
/ Wednesday for CblCRItOI to be gone two Nashville, Tenn., /Saturday last. W. P. Arnald and Eddie Arnald want
mistake little for : '
things
great
II,and little acts for big deeds;"; weeks, on a p. Fritz Light Is, painting the offices of to Cocoa train.last Friday, returning on Saturday' Ice Chests Freezers and 'Water Coolers .
*
Rev. S. F. Gove will fill his regular appointment the Sebastian &; Cinolnnatua Farms Ry. ,
illcltors for pineapples are arriving at the Baptist church next Let'every one come out t6 the Literary FACTOniES...... *
and to Seffner,
i,and It really does one pood'to; bearg aud Dr. Foster family move
Sunday, morning evening. Saturday avnnlng. There will\ be an '
extol the virtues of their respective Fla., for the summer months, some time election of olllcers. Cocoa 'sand West Palm Beach. '
M., They are a wide-awake, jolty Miss May Valentine, of Tlllman, 'was this week.. ., .*'
lot of boys, and deserve success, in town last Thursday, visiting friends, extend to the Titus Tom Howell, Albert Carroll, A. B.
they certainly have tp work here returning on the afternoon train.J. villa We bicycle riders our sympathy, and wish them better Early and Miss Vlrgellne Carroll ,were -7 '

lore they can get no t.eams, but have A. Stuart, of Statesville, N. C., arrived lucknext time. ""* all at the ocean beach Sunday. I
SEEDS FOR SUMMER CROPS.C/1f:
[tramp from place to place looking for here last. week, and is filling a and Paul! C. W. Bolton, wife and sister, spent ( !!
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Fred
iverte. White
They are very seductive, and clerical position In the office of O. FPaddlson. Ivey Lawson, three days at Cocoa last week, attendIng .
requires a hardened heart to refuseof Kroegel returned home from the Cocoa the Day plcnlo. 4)f )
them when he pleads, with tears '1 regatta In the catboat Louise this week. May Millet Pearl or Caltact. . .. . . . . . . ?allots per lb., post paid
ill eyes for "just ten crates of pine- The schooner Olivette Capt. Bralnerd schooner Two Bachelors arrivedIn Miss Vircellne Carroll and Albert Millet German, . .. ... . ... . .2Uets" ,. .e .
lot to fill out a'car.'V Our heart melts left here Tuesday, carrying a heavy (101\.0 The after extended Cat roll went to Cocoa on Saturday's Amber Cane . . . . . 20ots ," .* '"p t
onoo, and lie goes on his way rejoicing of lumber from Paddlson's yard for port, Tuesday, river an train to attend the regatta. ; KaffirCorn, (white or red), .. . . . . ,20cts .' h "
b i full supply of tears for the next down river'polat8. ) cruise on the upper Sunday school, preaching by Itav. C. Jerusalem Corn . . . . . ,. . . . ,2flots " 1 4
In; and If tears will not fetch him, hews Counsellor D. L. Gaulden of Titus- Stanley Hitching returned from Cocoa L. Howell, and Christian Endeavor were Sorghum;: .... .,. . ... . .,, . . . .2Acts/ '. ."
a "too fer" ,ease on the -offendlnf ville, left for home Tuesday, morning, on Monday, bringing tbe Naiad's vie all well attended last Sunday.Woodley. Sunflower, . . '. .. ..". .. . . . ... ,20ots: per quart. s' '
torlus broom all. bedecked with ribbons, Cow Whlpporwlll Red Wonderful and Conot. Send d'I
err, who immediately succumbs. Iilly having been called here on legal business peas, Clay r.adyftn"t'lrai ,
for prices. Full stock of Reliable band. ,S
great sport.r. cheers for f
In connection with the Eau Gallle State Hurrah for Cocoa I Three t ?
J. S. Park Is busy getting his fao- Bank. the Naiad. That Port Orange boat was L. CAMERON. Seedsman

7 ID shape for canning pineapples. Hon. A. B. Turner, who has spent the a hustler. My I but don't Joe Wilkinson 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE: FLA.

Idltlunal machinery is being added to winter very pleasantly at Hotel Granada, ride a "bike" ? Quite a number of people from this -
tease the capacity and completeness left'for his home at Grand Rapids, Mich., The' racer Naiad dropped anchor In vicinity attended the May Day picnic at
[ the plant.. Among-other things Mr. last Saturday. We may look for quite a her home port at half past two on Sun- Oleander. Point, and seemed pleased. -C-O.

k n will of Import girls to something work In like the business a baker's number of visitors from Grand Rapids day, after a victorious 'struggle had at stream the Miss Vlrgle/ Wlg'deld has returned Tie Jacksonville Fertilizer
next season. Cocoa regatta. The yacht a .
I home from Uovlne, where she had been
anticipation of this feature of ,
one of bunting from her peak to the end of .
young; men wrote at once to our ton- Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton and Master her main boom. All the boys wore a teaching school. :3E1.: S"U:JL)>3LsO'WV G-oxa.: 3VCAXI: : A ox*. '
Hal Walton down from TI
orilgt-Mr. nartatnna, of For Claude came u. smile and want to meet the Rosalind The entertainment given at the .Chol-I
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tree-to come down and touch up the ville, Thursday of last week, and were happy and Nemesis, on the 4th. house, Friday night, by the school children (LATE CHAPMAN & 8UDLOW.: ) \It'f.!! .
pelor element, as they desired to look guests at Hotel Granada until Saturday, was well attended, .a good pro-
w"contest." No doubt every baohe-. leaving for Cocoa to witness the MayDay Our public school closed last Friday gramme being rendered. South Jacksonville, Florida. "
i from St. Lucie River to Fort Fierce festivities. Their many friends were after a most successful term of six '
|i be down every evening with a sack delighted to see them. mouths, with Miss Ladye Skipwith at Z. Cavendur Is making substantial MANUFACTURER OF -
[pineapples for disposal. Mr.' Park isand teacher. Miss Sklpwlth left on Saturday: Improvements on his homestead. lie I
reRwIodaaagreat; benefactor The. steamers Courtenay, Spartan and morning for her home In Nashville, has built a good house, and will plant .a FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges; and.

r bachelors have risen up and called from Della this carried'place a last number Saturday of passengers morning, Tenn., stopping en route at St. Augustine ; lot of pines tbls rammer. .
Cltle. Miss
ed. to attend the May Day festivities at to view the missed Ancient all Geo. Keith has returned from the Eastside Dealers in Kind of Raw
will be by. and
Skipwith espec- Vegetables Every Material
Cocoa. The Rochester left later In the and hope will where ho has been gardening to his ,
ially her pupils, we
*' you need any job printing, we day with a large; party aboard. All re- not be her last visit to the Land of.Flow- homestead on the ridge.A Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust Kanit Etc Also
p 11 be pleased to get a share of It. port having had a good time. ers.LOSLET. 8 number of people from Sebastianand ,

-4, Mr. and Mrs J. W. Merrill and Mr. many from Reams'' attended the The >Fazxa.ou :Elard-Tba:1o.: : :EJraZ1d..

12.25 can and Mrs. Chas: W. Merrill left for their &; RENAKER, Titusvllle, can dance given py Messrs. Parks Calender Ammonia. . .. .. .... . ... ,4 to'B per cent t, v
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get a gallon of good homes at Kansas City Mo. on Monday others at the house. lately vacated by 'Too. i
"' with ft gallon'of good Available Phos. Acid,.. .. ,0 to 8 per cent > tor 925.OO Per .
r aSvllle""fey FIll.at .Losley A; Renaker's, TI, last, leaving their btautlful; place at Whiskey supply you for $2.20. Vessel extra. Mr. Dlcken. Potash K O, . a. .,. .. .i. .0 to 7 percent) ; .
Tropic In charge; of John Wynn during( Highest Commercial Value given out, brands the last Bulletin. Write for tr
I their summer's absence. They will When in want of any kind of building Prices. Orders for 2 tons and for our brands will be delivered. free .ef alt
Melbourne. journey together to Jacksonville, Mr. pjt-Will our subscribers be good material In car loads or otherwise, the freight charges to.any railroad depot on the East Coast at catalogue >prices, until '
I and Mrs. J. W. Merrill going by way of enough to look at the name-a d-date slip Builder Supply Co.: at St.-Augustine.will further notice. f' i r'
: Savannah and Mr. and Mrs. C, W. Merrill pasted upon their paper or wrapper. If be/pleased to make you.a delivered W5
rent bent for Et DLond on! and Liverpool knit .. stopping at Memphis. the date Is 18W1" or an earlier year price at your station. You have no
,and Imperial Fire Inmranoe. Special The directors and stockholders of the than that, it is an Indication that you are agent's. or middleman's commission to 1
lion. paid to the interests ot non real.i Indebted tt us, and we should be gladto '
State Bank of Eau Gallle held a meeting; paj;
last Monday morning behind closed have,;you renew your subscription. Fred'k. S. Morse r.t

doors. Wm. Treutler John McAllister Banyan. x- -x-
MCLBOU :
kin CAR;' mated on a blub 6 offA. '- W. H. II. Gleason, and J. H. D. Smith .

"If(tune tbl,and Iodlan)1'ntra. ROBERTSON River.rmmnahto.J'lraWIm-Proprietor. present(representing, with D.John L. Gaulden Asplnwall as legal adviser. ,Cocoa.- Messrs. S. J. 'Field-' and son, Jacob, :eE.A.t.J: :: :ESTaAeTE: ; i, ,

with other viewing ,
It Is understood that the disposition two gentlemen, were I "
of certain securities held by tbe Archdeacon B. F. Drown preached In Banyan on Sunday last..
R- V. Eavanangh e our popular rall- bank was considered, with a view to a St. Mark's last Sunday morning. We are pleased to note Mr. C. D. Provost Ms.6.gT: : ,. -. J'a.do: 00.. ,- FLO XtX. .A '

'" agent; spent a few days at Ormond final settlement of the bank's affairs. Prof and Mrs. Shubert, of Jackson Is able to he up again$ after- his recent LANDS OF "
I"6CK. ville, were visitors In Cocoa last week. ,severe llln ss.: AGENT FOR ,
lumber and other building material played for the dance on May Day, Bros sub
r. and Mrs. L. C. Moore ,returned to Buy They Tbe are building a '
land last Sunday In their launch direct from the Builders' Supply: Mrs. J. M. Paine and daughter Miss stantlal wharf In front of their property, Florida East ,Coast Railway Company '
rtar.Jaa. Co., St. Augustine, and save the lumberyard Elleo'A. Paine, expect to leave for their preparatory to shipping their crop of Florida Coast Line Canal A 'Ci'onsportatlon Company, pL

[ E. man's commission. home In Minneapolis next Monday. pineapples. Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company. 1 1aEEEKERF
Dodge, .new postmaster atidaWM ,
a pleasant visitor In town last Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Wood left for iiI': Rezean Is still shipping quantitiesof ---- "- '
> TRY that $2.25 Whiskey that Lesley & their pineapple plantation on the St. ,, very fine tomatoes from the Charles
*.D. D. Brown the Renaker, Titusville, can supply, you Lucie river last week, where they will Magruder place, from which he I Is realizing
went up to May for the satisfactory price.
market
I with. Best in the spend the summer. ;
rages at Cocoa
also Editor Oslln, of ,
Melbourne Times. money. Tbe young people had a 'delightful Robert Harper,jr.,came. up from Hope ,
We dance at the town ball on the evening of Hound, where be ban been assisting his
are Pleased to see the ever-smiling May Day. There was a good attendance father on the pineapple farms of J... M.
e flI our friend Geo. E. Phillips on the Fort Pierce. themselves. Sanders and Wm. Jarvls.d .
and enjoyed
everybody Home the -,
eet again, after Ms late illness Who are Seeking a in ,
\ Mr. and Mrs. O. ST.- Wood left fofWoodlawn T. harper, the Cocoa and Conrte- '
IV.I I IL n. GleltlOn, Capt. Oeo. Gleason The weather are having f Is very ,'on the St. Lucie river, last nay mall carrier, was visiting among bis '
.wife!I were welcome visitors to ournail" ,delightful.A Friday, where they will spend some timeon old friends a few days this week. (:owe South, should send tQ the undersigned( .
?'*: Their many friends in now their pineapple plantation.Dr. again; Charlie, we are always. glad,to see '
of are .
pineapples
re always pleased to see them. few crates '. yon. .
Yr. being shipped. W. L. Hugblett was called to Daytona -
and yrs W. W. Harden left for Ala. Jut week to attend the children of Those. Banyanltes who attended heblA' for a copy' of the
for ,
elf summer home, ID Oswego, N. Y., Mr. and Blizzard: left Clayton, Mr. and Mrs. A. Taylor and Mr. and dinner and dance at Dave unter's .
their Tuesday, but espect to return here on Wednesday's train. Mrs. s. H. Peck. He bad Dot returned last Thursday report having spent a very t
pretty home early In tbe faiL ,. Section Master Andrews Is busy with Monday evening, and the children are enjoyayable day and night at tbe hospitable tl'sw

lfiq flan V Conklin of ,Malabar, paid Miss his men, putting In new ties. here reported, to be 11 seriously I five miles borne west of Mr.of Hun'er Malabar., which In.about. Florida East Coast Homeseeker. xAv
a visit last week and The Rev. Tresc held services
ether they attended the May Day plo- twice on Sunday last In the Methodist C"'PC'. Allle Opode la company with .et".. ;..-* .
'Malabar.'C.
atCoao,,. Frank: Md Edward Conk- church, to large congregations t .. his mother and sisters and Henry Casper f k,
IeCOlDpaDlnfr them. gave Banyan a call, Sunday evening, on hare Tobacco and for
J' school started again Monday We lands fpr Fruit Crowing, Trucking: Growing /
n The public their home from the May Day racesat
a olulton May. of Cocoanut Grove, for two more months, with twentylix F. Worm of ValkarU. was In town Coeo way They were on board tbe yacht Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest. la the United States. ; I
guest of the Goode house scholars. tanday. *
". Heights, for a few dava tbls"bonrT Kingfisher._ _, Apply to I
I Xay'ls well Pleased with The W. C. T. V. will bold publiC! J. F. Ware, of Tlllmao, was here last SEND VEGETABLES and fruit *
at the YOUR
ttune. aDd tlUau 1& has many atGet' meeting next Sunday All-are evening cordially: reek: on boslnesa. to ]I;. B. Williams A; Co.,' wholesale JAS..' E. INGRAHAM.. Land" 'Commissioner'

Methodist church.. w.n h arria and Miss Florence were fruit and produce merchants, M South FLORIDA ZuT COAST R'T, ,. '/
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M. McFadden and Mrs. Roy Mo- rlted. la town" Sunday. Broad street -Atlanta, 0. ,See 'belraclYL ,,1: 6, ', ; t

may and daughter were In town The schooner Queen,Capt.the McFadden Bahamas, Regular monthly meeting of UM W. C. on page 5. 'j' ; :. ;. ST. : UdUSTINE,;;FLA. ,
and : Saturday from ,
Xnssday. They ssy the returned, <<4 j

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1 Messrs. T. B. Byrd, J. B. Cohen and Florida New York. Tim Tftbl No.' .-I. KflT>.t April 14. ,,,,,,,., *

W. II. Molatoth, Jr.,. the committee To Stand the"Test. Philadelphia and Boston.

1 tiavlng In charge the arrangement of galling- from Brnnawlek Ga. direct Jo New York. BOUTH BOUND (Road Down). NORTH DOUKD (Readier)

1 'comfortable quarters for the Florida Rev. William Copp, whose father PASSENGER SERVICE. oY. "hob', !_I9 ,;
Via Fernandlna F. C. & P. R)'. and Cumberland IfcmteiLr 1id .. t v... arkioDvUl* .. .... .Ar. CEP o
Mate Troop, to meet here In annual en- was a physician for over rty'years.In :iIiIIi? Jacksonville 8.20 p mj AT : War S uW .. Ar..ha An u Mne. Lv 6 Stp 7 our a ,,
and who himself Dell exeoptrSundar.l. Lr..Sb A ugusslur.......Ar. .all. .,,,,
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: ompment on the 18th of May are New Jersey, Brunxwloic IIJIO p m. 10.6. .,,.. u. ,..,
.i pro- Via Everett,all rail. F. c.* P. By and So. k,. Lv Jacksonville ... alums ..... 11e.tfn.s........ /uv .,., : ::... ..
i, grossing satisfactorily with the,work Jo.aod. spent many years preparing for the ..00 p m I Ar hrnmwlck TAO p ill. VaU)'. JMnsengers ,,.. Il "' ....>. Kaxl Palatka....... "

practice, of medicine, but subsequently allowed on board tor supper Tbund...,... 11 6o sIleOa : Ar Lv., .....E"lk-.Pslatk..Ara4rp! .V*. /' : ., ,

The parade and camp grounds are entered the ministry of the ...... I ...:: .. Ar..Pa. Mate.......I.v. I k6 ...... .... .
'" 'PROPOIIEUIIAILDGII. S. .. Lv.$05 .....Ar. 616y ... ..
tiring cleaned up and prepared for i the M. E. Church, writes: "I am gladto Lv.Brnnwlok. :. 1S.. ........ Lv..Oroead.Ar. 'Iron ...,,.
testify that I have Lv.New York, Pier 21 B.B..m., (Standard Time.) 1 S.. >.DayMma.., Mt9.,.... :
1' >occasion. Two yean ago, when the en- Friday, Apr. S8......COLORADO................... ...... ...Frlday.Apr. SO .. .. 1 .... : .......PnTtOrancw., .. d' $uD .,.... .
{ .camptnent: wag held here, these ground 'had analyzed all the Friday, Apr 80...*..,. ...RIO (HANUK...... I....:.. ..,.... .....Friday. .v..M r Hmyrn .."
.arsapar111aprepara. Friday May 7....... ......................COLORADO... ..... ................Fr1d.y'MayT14 IIr Oak H11U ....... .... .
were highly complimented by soldiers Friday,* May 14...........o.................iua GRANDE.::................ Friday May 21 ...... i SM ., ...I.. r. .. ...Tltusvill. .. It .
,,, ad visitor, but they will be larger, and tions known In the Friday, May 21......... ..................COLOKAUO........., ,.Friday, May 21 Onoa* -...,., "" .... .

non attractive for the trade butAVER'S For general Information,iteamer* train*';rates etc.' apply to any railroad agent or to SM. .. ........ ForkliHlja......... I ..
approaching .
Y'' oc A.F.HUllPlIY Ag.l!; Fernandlna' ,FI. CHAS. DAVIES.A/rent/ ,2'JO W.Bay Bl.Jacksonville ...... 4 .........KauHalll*.. M ..t. .
casion.Mess. H.H.RAYMOND,General Southern ,Brunswick. ,G... 4 w .... ,M.rae........... .. :
halls and kitchen will be C.H.MALIXJRY,General Agent,Pier SO, K.River,and 308 Broadway,K.Y. M.lboarna... ;
arranged '
I(: the only of .. ....r'..... ,.. Rowland.... 1014tai .::,.: .'.. ....
4 for each company band, and one ....FCbs ... ......
I them that I could ; H Ss. Lnote..: : ...: 1 ..... N
't', ,StttalllOB headquarter, and artesian .. t *p .. .;; : e OOa ........Pert Flora:. I .... .
.waterwill be supplied on the grounds In recommend as a Sap 8Y7a ... ......&le ..... :: D 0s. : ,, .
bloodpurffler.l1laveliven ".. .... We, ..........Reason..,........ 9 F.
rbnndance. :: W. :..... .... 1 40a ?...........Htoar........ J .
hundreds.of bottles of .. ., Altct. ...... "
c' away, .4 TOIp ,, ,.,. Tlla
The 'arrangement contemplated by '' ., IlUa ., : Nob.haa.A:...... !
TKIp
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,tlie committee are only such as they feel it, I consider it the safest. well T 4p14)U .. 9685 ?::::.Weal, Jupiter'jWest ....: 5410..I. I II
M the best to be had.-Wx. Corp, $ .: .. IO ala .. Ri "
Tallahaa.ee.hould make, and It Is hoped lup UOUaAr... $ Falm RMsWV.V..Lv. .:
Pastor
M E. Church,Jackson,Minn. tl 4AD utaoe "
onr people will sustain their reputationfor i" ."jFort ).anderdal..., S l r
..... ..... 0 Sop! .. d .
liberality when called fund IOM. .. tOtOp: .LemoN Oily..,.... ., 1
to meet the expense.-Tallabaseean.r upon for :. ) |> :::::. :..... lO&ipAr...........-Miami.... .. .Lv. a'lUal :..: : ::::.., 1 f

N A. W. BRAN AVER'SSarsaparilla n--r a nvlll..e<( St.' .....
Lime,and Manure for.Land No...|No. 1. !JT fili5fs. No. : .' Tr.l.' Bra! bw.. .llllodalir i ;,
t 15p 1(1(. 00n. f rNew'Bmyra" :....Ar. 1 l5p li SSp Pl I'r", ..e.,..". 1W.. eta
: S04J S (Nip H 2HaLv/ ..;...Lake R..llln..L.,. It Wlp I.'I'lip Train a:* b..we.a PoC Flares
ATLANTA, OA., May 3, '97."KdStor s S lip 11 turn Lr.Or.nteNty..Lv12' : Hip 88p llVmM.li;,ZZZltoSL.
t Upllt wady..or.ag.Qlty..L.,1111rp Ittp/ Tr.l.alli..... 78 south of St. in
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'Advocate: tine dally e.I'&"...... .
When In doubt ask for A)."'. Pill ,
Tour pint'paper oomes tome regularly ySs The .1....* Sld-Wkool" Scoasaon

every week, and I read the news InU "

'< columns with a great deal of pleasure. : S "CITY OF KEY WEST.

,, have been studying farming for qnlte 'liTERARY'' w
INDUSTRY. 1 to Pertona Sorrlae followet
*apeotatsd i a*)
,A awhile, and .K may be of Interest tot A ,
I Leave 1OAMIU:iM p. .. VTsdaesday a.d Botnrday
nany of your East Coast lanneR,, to /
his .
Campbell composed .e
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poem Arrive KIT WEST 1M: sv ..Tbarsdaysas.d Bandar
3 learn that some good points have been Battle of Hohelinden" in a single day P .
f Leave KIT WEST 1:10: m.Tn.Ntyaad Fridays.
r fu-ought oat by a writer on the effects Jeremy Taylor took the last three p.
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Ant MIAIa 4
I 0m.Wednesdays-Bam8atiir:
Cuvt lime has.when applied .to the land days of the week to finish his. sermon k' manure. It Is customary In Sunday 'Trafflo laaaaser. L 1.... "- ...... .
tnany quarters for growers to apply the Burke apeDt:'at. least 18 months in ... .......a... Fa -

,'manure, then scatter lime over It, and reading, writing and study for his great

l plough both In. Under this system the speech. on Warren Baatln,.. .All his '

t lime destroys,: the bulk of the virtue .In orations were prepared with great care. SAFETY I COMFORT I QUICK' TIME I LOW RATES EVlBOTt The florida jentral &. ;peninsular! Jai

die manure, and to snob an extent ..that.beD Thackeray would produce,, under
they are pressure, a novel in six or eight months. Colalne pnd ,.... oe. Ifo Transfer between JatokonvBIa-aml: New Yor.... -
so applied together It Is between
Short Line
Be did not like to work. and, as he often The Flee is composed ef the following Handsome New Steel Steamer* t Florida' and all Xortl-ern Points.
: Jatmply a waste of time and Everett Savannah .
money. '' did under Augusta, Ga., Columbia Washington
stated
c'fr}. 'JUnie Is exceedingly! valuable and good, only so compulsion. IICo Bancbe" (new), "Algonqnln," "Iroqiools," "Chero-jee "Semlno&T" tlmore, Philadelphia, New York. oaten and the .
Everett Macon *
[' JUKI can naraiy oa used too freely; but Atlanta Chattanooga, Nashville, Louiivllle. Clnclo
It The composition of the first part of North-Bound. and Chicago. -

'Own It should be applied alone, and .not Ooethe's ,"Faust"; was, done at odd Intervals Bteamer* are appointed to sail according to the tide Everett Birmingham, Holly Springs, Memphis., Little Rock: Kausa City

ccyeD In tbe same ;year as the table man- during nearly; 80 .:years The JACKSONVILLE:, FLA., (calling at Charkwton), Sunday Ihiasday and Thursday Louis, ChlcaRO, SfoiTx City.

s, :\ .V or when It is so;:applied. The system preparation of the second part continued Front Far.hour CHARLESTON of sailing: see!!I."Clyde C., ',Line". Schedule. or_.Jacksonville. ..Mondays ants Charleston W..nBIMI.y.. dally and papers.Brlilaya. and the River Paolflo Junction, Pensaoola, Mobile, New' Orleans, Texas, \ exioo, Calif
Coast. Effective .Jail. 18 189
7.
furnishing a supply of one of these over SO. '

rY 'materials one year to one field or bed Fox spoke1'without apparent I forethought South-Bound. new York Express No. s* leave w
Through
vllle 8 OO a. m., dally, with Pol
Steamer are appointed to sail from Pier 2S,Kaat River New York at* m. a* follow t rArtA.ra. war,
sand the other another year, l..ouDd..1t and once' said that he never CHARLESTON S.0. Monday, W.dn..ay. and Irrfdays.FaJACKBUNVUiEyIA.ca1ungatCharleston 8 n. Sleepers Baltimore for Savannah Columbia'!: Wuhto
cannot fall wasted hour in to : ( ). Mondays, Wednesday and ti' Philadelphia, New York, in
to produce beneficial effects, an preparing speak Fridays. ." S I, Eastern point Connect for Fenun

,c ,tint they must not on any account be before such a body. the English house Boston and Jacxsonvllle CT LINE, (Freight only.), 5% j Arrive Jacksonville 8:U p. n.
veer e.0 A New York and Florida Limited, No. 3Zvestlbuled
of
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r '_bed when put into the lOlL I might( commons. ,*;' (Calling at Charleston,S. C., both ways)) OW train with compartment, ohtlon

w, alo point out that lime Is destructive to Chaucer's biographer says that about STEAMERS ."Oh 0. W. CLYD AND "DELAWARE," a r dining and sleeping car r leaves B'
five years were consumed in the composition are appointed to sail as follow: MYANNALL ustlne8.50a.m., Jacksonville 11.no an,
Crabs/; popw, and other things which V>om foot ofHogan Street Jaekeonvilli, from Lewis' Wheel,.Boston, except" Sunday.. 81 returning arrive, Ju
tare destructive to the and should of the, "Canterbury Tales. ,*{ THUR8VA Y8. FRIDAYS.Clyde's ./ q r; calla Loofa,8t.Augustine ..40 p m, dill
crops .
i This, of course comprised the necessary v
y' 1 therefore be used on every farm.. time for making the revisions. t Y F ., ? Mew York Fast Mall. :Wo. Sfl,
% 1 + Jacksonville 6:'M p. ni. dally. for tame i
Tours
truly, p era points, Carries through Sleepers Jtcvllle
St. Johns River
A:, e A. GNOadiA FAHMIH. FIGS AND THISTLES. ; Line. Y to Ne* York.. No. 86 arrive JacJuo
1'I'.. t wa r, 0 9:00a.m.
(DE BARY LINE) qBONVILIE( Cincinnati and Florida Limited, Lean
The who is envious of evildoers n v onville 6 M p. m. Arrive Cincinnati 7.U
t"'i" Jrl the Boot. man The Elegant Iron Sldewbeel Steamer '
p. m. ime a little over 24 hours Solid
'.,: "I hear that Ooldy going to take a will soon bean evildoer himself. OlTY OP JACKSONVHLJL.E. a 0S 7 O bule Train run via Everett M son AICbattanOllg.

'0. *' 'company to Cuba and help the ineurq When people find out that ii is blessed CAPT. W. A. SHAW :;A n rive y, e vllle, St. Louis.. Connect Chicago and for all Na norUum h.ln Ie,I

:' gents? He thinks there's rich plunder to give they; never want to stop. H appointed. to sail a*follow. western points.
.
3-aopm. TumdaM and r
Leaves Jacksonville Sundays Friday fotPalatlca
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in it. I Make the devil let go of the children HanftinU KntedrrUe and Intermediate landings on the !!I&.John's River. i ? 17100 li Ashevllle Route.. Through Pullman Sir

;, "Doesn't 'surprise me a bit. I felt and he will soon have to give up the Leave.*Sanford IMMI.. m.,.Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays: fan Jacksonville. ,, s Ma C.rserrlceforCinclnnativla8..umohlw ,Asbevllle, Hot Springs( ,Knoxvllle, tt

that he was a free booter when I asked world.. m..Nw r M the Celebrated Mountain Country of 1
him for bis daughter.Detroit" Free BOUTH BOUND. 8CHEDULJI: NORT BOUND. V Carolina. Leaves Jeck.o IvUle *.M p mtl
:'.' Do'not refrain from doing because Reed 4own. Read up t free Cincinnati 7.15 a. m.. Returning

I."r M.. you can only do a little. Rememberthat lAve a."ji'i: .. ..A..,.,............klloo"lIIe.......... .......... Arrive- 1.00 a. ,. Jacksonville 9:00 a in.Only '
4;, .z.u.boc 'I 8.fII p. m. .,.......................PeI.tka.............::..:...... .... lassie 8.00 p. m. )If.,N t11 \!'' Line Throe.h the Beau Iful
: Wen With It. God can make that little much.It 1.00 a. m. .. :....,. ............ .. Aster..v.............. 1.01) m. 1 Country of Middle Florid... Pensaeoli
.i: "Hoat about that American is impossible to the .JIO a, m. ..................S& I'nnol............._............ 1Jo a.. m. FUMUM CENTRAL y""'" Kseamblsv Bar Leave Jacksonville >:U
young discourage !.30 a m. ...t........ .......... ......tor.. ....................,.. 12.00 noon and. :\\ )w..T for Lake City Live Oak Madison a or-
: woman paying 1,000,000 for a ola.II man who has learned in whatsoever .. too a. m............. .:.........,Blue Sprtnga........................ c. IIJ10: .. m. c\ Tallahassee,Rlyer Janatlon Pensacola, a
;Bette older?" condition be finds himself therewith to Ant,. 8.30.. m. ......."................S.ntord ..........;.................. ..oo a. m. IEI..ULAR.. RJt, New Orleans,and the southwest, Mexico,
:\ '..."Get .. 9.16 a. m. : .... : .............Entel'l'rl.... .................. .... '9J1O a. m. art CannecUea. tom I.a and the Pacific Coast. Carries II
? outl""Fact If'J be content. .. .......... ........::4.... .....So.F) Rail"""" Wharf (Baulord).......;....................1 110 p.m. -. ,, .,,re No.I arrive Jacksonville 8.05: a.m.
'J, I believe It also had a title or The man who sits on a limb and saws Ottma pr FLOE Leaves Jacksonville 9-15 a.m. for Stada
,5. snmething."ClDclnnati Enquirer. and Ticket Office 204 W. ,s.. thorne, Silver Spring Ocala,, Gainesvll
St. ..
Cen'l Passenger Bay Jacksonville. ..
t it off is a Solomon compared ,to the one ". r r, Key WUdwood, Leesburg Tavarw,
who thinks he can sin without having Orlando Laoooehee Dade City M..-
I
y( Y..Itreky E.g...... Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville 4::15 p.m.
t to suffer.-Barn's Horn. J. A.Lasts,Supt. Jno.L. How BD.Fla.Fr't Agt. F.M.IXOHMOHOIB: : ,JR.,ria.Pats.Art. HolI r Sprlng' Router St.Louis, Kansas City No. BtT- "Jacksonville. 6.66 p m.for*
understand Atlanta
'A First Kentnokian
,
the JACKSONVILLE, FLA. lI'lDncb.m.Memphis, Kansas City. Through Pullman Sleeper without channel
J. lynching of that man who murdered his ,A Call. M. W. H.WA BC .E.P.A. bonn. 'to Kansas(and; The route Is via Macon Atlanta. Birmingham; Holly. Springs, for'I
? TH O.O. Eoorai,T. aTOI' M. H.CL B.,A.T. M. phis. Springfield. Kansas City> No.311 return arrives Jacksonville900
I. :Wife was a quiet affair. I her fluah.la ,ana. .-Lea.. a m.
If very caw S BOWLING ORIKN, mew YORK. Jacksonville for Brunswick by the Cumberland Route steamer I and
'g,; Second Kentnokian-Oh I Recent each blue eye a dancing light. berland Sound. .
ye .
WM. P. CLYDE CO., General Asrents.
,: Her red Up pouting with delight; 4iaep m.-Local for E""ret.!? Close connection for Brunswick. Shortest and quick.I!
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death in the family, you know.-: Detroit .5 Bowlln GreenMew York. 1 So. Delaware AT.,PIoUacI.lph" lhOo P. M..LooaI for Tallahassee. and lnurm. a
Ber round ehevkn were raw bra hk. 9:90 P. | Arrive Jacksonville 4:18 P'
I. JournaL M.-i'orT.mpa and intermediate Pullman eS
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i 1 uw her fluah. polnw. sleepers. 4rrlv.JlIOklO
$ Through Steepen for CincinnatI via Mb.yUIe.leave.Jacksonville' 8J111 m.. srrlw.
vine 'AI p.
p.m.,arrive. CIDolnnati) 1.111..
I her m.
flush.
I A Mora Hist*. "My: hand I*MW twatl" aha cried la ai_ ..- ....' ..... -.-.-..-- ..-- ... -----.- -.-. -..--. Steamer"or Maoon."Manatee"Atlanta from two Tratne LLly-.LMT8 Jacksonville 8 flO a.m.and 9 JSS p.m.
3, I. He-Do think father would "Mine threat) Tampa f"r Braldentown and Manatee River point
,' ;you your all are .ed-yonn, aeee Pullman Sleepers on all Night Traln Parlor between and .
ii offer me personal violence if I were to The pot, the pot belong to met"' t'r: Send for Bell Indexed TowD.blp Map of oal'll Florida to Jacksonville Tamp

auk him for yon? 'I saw" her MuHb. .So thern._; N. S. PENNINGTON, A. O. M4CDONELL,

I She-No, but I think he will if you I caw her Jluiih. Traffic Manager. General Passenger I

,don't pretty soon.-Cleveland Leader. "Tonr hand la b..$. Maude then I lay:'
,; "May 1 not bold It lore, .1w.7'" .
.,.. Her eye quick to the carpet etre,.. Ratl'Vay.'A
f .4 So Unkind I Mm her blush. The Tropical Trunk Tilled
"Everybody: daughter her '
says my got I watch her" blnnh. THE SHORTEST ROUTE.
V, beauty from mo. What do you say to "Let na trade handa." eortly pload. .

q that" One onen for life la all I need." Jacksonville Tampa &. Key West Railw

\;\1'\; ( *<'That it was unkind of her tQ take it "Ton are my kits" my love agreed.I THBOtTOH PXTIXlCAIf SRAWXKO BOOK OARS DINING OAB8 JOSEPH '
raw her flnxht H. JDTJRKEE
Receiver.
1i' from ;you. FlirKndo Blatter. I Town Topt_ :., 'THOBOUOH7A&X: : COACHES VESTIBULED TRAINS. SOUTH .
_NORTIfNa. -
'. No.9 No 21.No.23 Time Table In Kffeet Feb..1, 'O7. 7&
\ if' :::::-::: Li"'"o Sloop -fani300a134npAr ... NO.8'J. Nc '
EAST .. tv. ...JACKSO. VII.LE..Ar 'Tsoam 6 40
NORTH AND WEST. MixedMoWy 986p *55a .. a
:::: ,...Oranm Park.. ... 6 Warn Wpm'BMpml
f'. .....,.. and Frl Uploiap 9F2a.! Peoria....,..?"r'. .. .:. .40am :::
.. ... .. .. .... . ." ..'M' ..1tI\0 I.................. ".' ..
f h ... 92.a... ...Green .... .. ba'amSOOam IH3pOl"| |
TWO DAILY: TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THB .. :.. .., rags. 6
o.wick.
',,1; .' llr EAST. 10"Sun' 11911: 10 NM .. .... .. ... .... .......... p.J
;f;," ::::::: II IKaII W Oft .. ..., ..... .;.Ja1atlla.:: ..,..."r.;... \ !
I Washington and Southwestern ..... .. 4Kau / lll0a: 10 3HaI04 ....... Batsuma.,...,........... 4 28 an) ::2II'pm Jj
Limited ...... .. : inn 1I'I8a: 10 Mia a ........ .......Pomona................. 414am .17|.m I
. ...Crescent City Junction...... Mam! .03p.. I
I And the United States Fast.Mall. ........ 1 vnp330p 12.W a 11 13a ..._.J.Seville; ............ ... 888am 849pmjispm 8
v *J* ........ >M 138a143a II :!:-D.. .... .,.DeLeon Spring,...... ... 2Mam U
\ t ... .... p400p 2 08 11 .,."""... Glenwood ,......... ..,.. .246amaaoam Soap "
..leti 6 OJfLT 21 HOUSS JAOIS05VILLB TO WASHINGTON.t ........ 430 p .. .a., 12 OOuIf ITpAr'l..... ......Beresford.: .........,...... IMpmasnpm .e...

OHLY 27 HOURS JAOISONVILLB TO HEW' ........ ..:_.1\ 40a Lvl'..........tier..D d ,..... .... fAr ... ..ha.. .
TOBK:, ......... ... .. ........ { 3llpn...
.... .." ....::.. .. ..... P22,1> V*.:...........Enterprise" ...i... .? ;::;.r,:.: 120401
TITUSVILLK.. ...!. Lv 10 06 so
} SeOd- Ts4ttmld Traha-po.ed of La....Imertnvil Penman: Sleeping Can ... Hotel Dim. :;::;::: ::::: :: :'..: .,.... ......... ..I owSorrento........,......,.... ..... ,.... 1 : :.
rti 5 Ins Care tkrwsh without ebauf to Wwhlnf., Baltimore. .. .......: ....::: 3 ...; ........... ....... ....... .......... ,
_ 10:.5 S Palle lpkkti New York tad tke..' .. .:.J.:I :.. .... ... 4fipAr Map :..... .......>T&. Don.............. .. .."...., 8411am..
... .
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f.. ........ ::620p avaree..L. .... ..... 4 8ao.0I.
? ..... ...... ... .. i
.'" s :::::::: :: ::::: .......AltaDSoote ,, .Ly las am....
...
wltk a bl. .. aiaekweU's Oennlne Boll THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM :: 8prlnp. ; ,,;.
BDT m is la aalaa* by IteelC You will aDd alas SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN : {:90 i 1 80p14flp .;;,Y.;.. .W.nterPark. :. .
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::::::: :::;:::: .ora..do....:.... ...: 135501t045 '
(fi. 1S .snpea ..*.d. eaok two oanes bog.sad two oooeaeh + JACKSON iLLE AND NASHVILLE. ::.:,.. ...:::.. \:'.. .. .......Kl.ntmmee.: .,............. IJOSp ...
pow IDIIde tow je* b*.ef :. .... .... Ar..,. ....... ,rto"J'O..Lv
). J.. ..:... .. ....:..: .4oa Mat 4 .:. ...:.... .. ....:...... .930pmTMprn *. '
Cars lOp
; Through Sleeping Dally Jacksonville 10. ........ ... .. ... .. .- : 1010amtHOOpm "
; Blackwellmine it ........ .. ...... e : li S?S.:..;...::...:.a SparSIAa : ,-...& '419pmTflopm ...'..
Cincinnati via Asheville Through the .. .- ..... | ......LvSS .26.m
'. .. ::..:: :: ::::::-: B sA;..r.. ,TMI1Rt srHoui-. :........ TsapmT .14 a* :..

Ji.(: 'Durham LAND OF THE SKY. ...K:..:.: Ter MaiindThunt9 A :; Lr'.:::::::::::.PtM Tampa..L.'..........Ar -111II1'-in p m Tlinr*46*.***.*'' t

........ tLt.y't 0i "' ... ... .ad
Wad and > We.t.......
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.4, \Ow.ete11e4....-.... em .... n... ..Mol..... si .. v '..sv.tleu..__. tIIIIII7.. .r........'...... 'rrW...........?.Ly Lv e80pmw.i..d.
Tobacco 1IIIJ'ttgrl.f ... f 8.A1&...K.._. e1M.taasps. DaU,.. t Daillu ,&I'InDda'
.Smoking Tnl.51 and 83 1 .

!- aINlU'Uain.I1''NM dae_...- I L. L amrJUI', W'IaIt4a' Paa :Aat..lll eat al stn.t. '---.me. 71. ==::and sad: 79 re.oaaeet.t Cl1 Ve.tlbuIlmap ItMd .Breast wiUs Psrbe Sleeping Can Can between JtebsoavllN, tmdd

44'\ w111Olv.c tofvahrta.pee ....IaoW1oO..Ua.a. I. .. otJLPo. Y. A. TURX H. SAJtBWIGK. -'.... pains..qttk. Ldlq gt.KanBle with steams, "lJ1Ivw Jtm/-. for BocW*
-. -- ... .... Ark ..*.. PIMa. 1t :: Ilo :: 7ee.k.avnl.duly tt 19p.: m..arrives .t UawUlonle at 11 :-.G.
..... 0. '. w........... iV.. a 4..ALa.,e. ardv.s as o.kkmdus.;! : a.' ,;;;;.Br.eet.tlte,.... T::2s! p. m. TrW...vta<<"..,boIt dw.
May 3 1'97. IDa, S..Petenbarc I :.30 a. m'i' daU :to p. ID..Tvpoa IIprIDp .,;511 p.. .... clsarn

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INDIAN_RIVER_.__ ADVOCATE_ .... MAY 7, 1897._ .. .. ... .1. 7 J'

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the left aid. where like
ornamented with a man who knew.
EEVE AWE sKIRTB.H.rhronkeairepn motifs wits,'stitched of black MM embrolderyanda band. length-' ."Yes" she said doubtfully, of There the country Is more than catarrh all tn other this diseases section -.L _iII 5,1, :J3iWXaOEl.JIA.: \ II

I ..ndoady. Mok.also opens on the loft The straight "You've seen some of course?" put together, and until the last few. years
ado side and Is 'Oh,yes." This in a tone of convic was supposed to be incurable. For "
r Ja&tMr Fdlowrag similarly adorned. The bias sleeve is trimmed a EAST COAST :
HOTEL SYSTEM.
I t, I the repeated warning that at tbe wrist with a motif of embroidery tion. great many years doctors pronounced It f
U.of the diminution In''the and two stitched band The high roil- "Ii what part of tbe state" he wenton. a local disease and prescribed local rem I

Il4enof tho modell are ratla- Ing collar li faced with block velvet and edlea\ and by constantly -falling to cure

ldfnllneM.pouetomed The op to to date tho wom-late edged .with white cloth. JODIC CHOIXKT.TH Texas."Oh The I didn't ones I see Haw any were cowboys on Broadway In- curable.\local Science treatment baa, pronounced proven catarrh It In to And Other East Coast Hotels Reached by :; f fI

be a constitutional disease, and therefore t
shrunken appearance I
'* dro and lon of,.weakneiis and Vow of Kjuunpl New York. -New York Sun. requires oormtltutlonal treatment. The Florida East Coast Railway from Jacksonville to Miami. Ifs':',
iD1prea
,D the observer realises that Little Mary was invited to take STAGE Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactured by The Miami and Key West Steamship Line from Miami to Key West. I .
\\Dill with tea F. J. Cheney\: Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the (Railroad Schedule on Page I.) ,.' S I'
!some lId ladies and set' off laden only constitutional cure in the market )'

with much good advice as .to behavior. Charles H. Hoyt has completed'A It Is taken Internally In doses from 10 ST. AUGUSTINE, ,,,, "

When she returned tired but happy Stranger In :New York" the new play, drops to a tenspoonf It.Acta directly Hotel Alcazar, ( i;
her mother inquired whether she had for Harry Conor. on the blood and mucous surfaces of tbe '
0 been polite. ', system. They offer one hundred dollars JOS. P. GREAVES, Manager..
Mme.
"Oh Modjeska was greeted with en for any case it falls to cure. Send for
yea, mamma, she replied. KEY WEST. f
thusioHin .
her return to the '
And, oh, mamma had for upon stagein circulars and,testimonials.\ Address ,
we jam teal Hotel
Son Francisco Key West .
Yon know that said I F. J. CHRNBY\: Co., Toledo O, \\lOtv
tiTy& take anything a you second time was so not when to Georgia' Caine will play:: next season Sold by,all druggists, Toe. $.00 per day and. upward Open all the year. ,h

they asked me to have some more I the title part ia 'The Girl From Paris," LEON II. CILLEY, Manager i

laid 'No thank yon.' Then they asked succeeding Clara Lipmau. ;
AGENTS-$23 to *50 week
me again,jand I said, 'No thank The run of "Rosemary" at the Lon per easy t
more You work right around home. A brand *
don Criterion boa been interrupted to Send to general offices St. Augustine, for souvenir folders of the East Coast.
yon' Then asked another ,
they me
time
i new thing. Write to us,, quick I You
it it t k and I said, 'I don't wish for any more.' allow Charles Wyndham to take a vaca will be surprised at bow easily It can be C. 'B. KNOTT, ,

t ; & But when they asked me again I didn't tion.The done. Send us your address', !anyway r
I 0I 0i know what to say. Then I rememberedpapa English law against acting by It will be to your Interest Investigate.. General Superintendent Florida East Coast' Hotel System. uy

i and I just said, 'D-n it, nol' "- children has recently operated against : Write to-day. Address, ,"People's" .. j jTravelers'
-- --- -'-'-' --
I 1 3041 Market St. Pa.WANTED ..
i ; New York Snn. little EUaline Terry a niece of Ellen Philadelphia,
a Ii, Terry. I t "
8trlkIDC For a Bas- Hotel I
i t 1 Max Alvary has completely recovered FAITHFUL MEN OR ac" ..
I I '''' from Ifs illness of last summer and expects : :- to travel for responsible "
:'.'?i.u' to reappear soon upon the stage in established i house In Florida. Salary Jacksonville Fla. II.
.I. : $780 and expenses. Position Bay Street ,
> permanent. -
.,:t:, ;. "f.' Germany. '
( A pantomime by Catulle Mendea has Reference. Enclose self-addressed This Hotel is now under new management ';1

made a great bit at the Folies Bergeres" stamped envelope. Tile National, Star ,

"a the acting of M. Severin being specially Insurance Bldg., Chicago. {

. roan herself VISITING ia COSTUME.as large as ever and fit r commended and has been thoroughly renovated throughout.

Walter Daroroach baa announced that;
I li only her sloe vea that have beonme Lilli Lehman will not in Bus meets all Trains and Electric Cars pass door., Bath rooms and all '
ltd America is always a little be- appear operaat
he time In such matters, and she New York this season except with. The/Swannanoa.: Conveniences on every lloor
irtlculorly this season In the matter his company. -- Open:: : Ali tine "Year.-

tt In Paris ,the latter are wornimaller. l "Dr. Claudius," the dramatization by < Kates:-Ameiloun Plan tl to '::1.30; European, boo to *1. Special by the week. ''f
K they ore still ample, they ASHEVILLE, N. C. I
JI Marion Crawford of his novel of the Mrs. P1NLEY Proprietress.
tea flaring and form less of a oon-
same name baa proved a dismal failurein
I,
rlth the narrower .leeveadlforl modes ,
) ig/ skirt und bodice appear New York city. THOUGH and unobtrusive ,
mach pertinacity this winter as If Mabel McKinley niece of the president there Is no- better conducted hotel In eraco .. ,.?
Ashevllle. Tbe I .
min\ bad not been announced 18 -Up to Date.A. elect made her debut as public popularity of The Swan- SPIll ,
nanoa Is due to Us unique location Its 7
There la often now, however' : j
ago. at the
singer Presbyterian Assembly za
home-like atmosphere, the excellence of : >
jort of connecting link betweent ". -j I )!
Gentleman. hall in Newt York ,
a city recently. tigrY
its cuisine, and Us moderate
color very prices. # '
{ Is l ,the skirt decoration l1
In the bodice trimmings. The bofoahlonable When> Tiger Joe entered the Bed Chief John L. Toole has just finished a long *2.50.per day. Liberal weekly rates. (\l ,, A Illll1i ,

j at present, affords a saloon at Deadwood and naked the crowd and successful tour of the British prov- R. R. RAWLS, ca ,
17 of varying corsages and Is an ext np to drink, he knew that he was a gen- inces. He has announced his temporary .3 ,
many combinations of 'color and tleman. When, the crowd had drunk and retirement'from the stage in order to Central, on street car line., Prop. ::3 h

it of ornamentation. Moreover, It Joe couldn't foot the bill,he realized that take a much needed rest. ASIIKVILMC, C. ::=o 1 "cS !lU11c
Itself wonderfully well to plans for he was a gentleman laboring temporarily I,.ea [! J
over owns and is altogether aniUe I .
<< ( under financial difficulties. When the --- ;-- -- -----'--raOT&JLS. -- 1 '
nod desirable style. ,The bolero t p' ..0....
91i
barkeeper called him a dead beat and : : 'o W\( pig:;.1 r'
tli
i rallenoe Is of velvet that being the
lots of other and started to kick a
la trimming material this winter. names !;! ; f ,
slot of velvet an appropriate. him outdoors, Joe decided that as a gen '- -- --- : qU (

"raiment These velvet corselet re- tleman he was called upon to defend his ", i'
lo be made very carefully to avoid character. He therefore out with his \ .I
oIl! about tbe waist. gun and shot the man dead and turningto GRAND VIEW HOTEL. t. ;J: ..I"S E-l= :'I4'\
\
costume Illustrated has a skirt ofuniuon the crowd, ha queried: .k\ I'C' "
I
cloth, the foot of which is "Am I correct in thinkin I am amonga 3p
Tltusvlllo
rated with embroidery which forms crowd of gentlemen .x > ; ZT'loricln I .
ing points The bodice is of ruby ''t i i p..
lightly gathered at the waist in "You are," was chorused. The above hotel is now open and In full running; order, and the table is supplied : i '
It hoi a very short rippled basque, "Hev I acted like a gentleman?" with all the market affords-such as game, fish, oysters etc. /< lH oij
id! with three bands of violet velvet "You hev." A carriage meets all trains for convenience. of guests. A ftrat- la a laua- ,;: ; !1 !
=
The sleeves are of beige cloth, em- "And in the hangin which ar' aboutto dry attached to the hotel. ..s ( I. =
od all over,'and there are rlpplod take place a gentleman kin dependon J..U. BAST, Proprietor.J. '. "JI =f J t1

csptx of ruby velvet trimmed like bein treated like a gentleman?" __ __ u_._ _, .. _____,___ )j ilid
,
que and lined with violet satin. A "He kin." t=I ]
bI
I violet velvet ribbon forms the belt "All right Go ahead with,the hang- A. IIAPPERSETTE. .r ';
tUnes a corselet in front, where ito
in!" ......
l by a bow and paste buckle. IAN' :RIVER: J :I30TELt 11"11
JPDIO CHOLJJST.MLOR ,And the crowd of gentlemen took him =J T:: .

out and hung him in a genteel way as f "jj

MADE GOWNS. befitting a gentleman, and outsiders saidit ,
was the neatest little event' of the TITUSVILLE( J I .

tad Colored. Cloth For Winter necktie sort that had happened in that iZl ftbj
ttreiiei, -Collar: and :Kaeheo. locality for years.-A. B. Lewis in New' Indian River. as..t !

tailor made style of gown to consldnmliflod York Journal. Fla.
<< from the original type, at -. a "v .

the Frenoh models, to which seiterlal EmbeUlahmeDtB.She J. A. IIAPPERSETTE t II 1 rJ..sI 11.i.
end a stitched or strapped was glancing over the paper and c:= ; .
e ro quite enough to warrant the ti- MANAGER.Open : ? !
1 Jierwlsa they follow nearly all the remarked: I 'I
"
I
it.
"I should like to see
if the "
mode,us English tailor made
..
M never do. "WJoat do you mean?".asked her husband J All The Year. m1J'1hirsf

i I U to be exceedingly fashionable i ,
her both In black and olo....' Black "The f Inauguration ball. Mrs. McKin- I 1i If: '

ekirta will be particularly in evl- ley is to have. a fichu of point d'alen- Only a few. minutes' ,I,
fl'i
es the fashion of, the differing skirt con" i la walk from Railway stations '

dice has by no means disappeared He was dazed for a moment, but he and Steamboat land EO't'E'I OOt'rOLI-r '
"I i modistes under :: :: : ,
would have it I rallied and replied: 11 ings. J .,
id Blouses are little worn. however, I I "That's nothing. They're going to J4 ij .a On the banks 'of' the .

bolos having now the prefer- i have a lot of live Indians in the procession. "? ,. ;l far-famed Indian River. MIAMI, FLORIDA. -

wmblnation of different' l .whites. ."-Washington Star. Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvement.. Located on park, ,'one +
ream, oyster and biscuit,'with yel- block from Hotel Royal Palm commanding splendid 'view of Biscayne Day Itatea
tones also-Is much fancied by Not' ; Fatal. 'Fischer's CQttage.Pa12Ja. 13: per day and upward',, Special rates by week or month. .
"". Marie Bashklrtseff, the UIIlan The good lady scrutinized him closely. .
l artist who lived most of her "Didn't I give you whole mince pie --

II"' In France, exults over snob a a day or two ago?" she inquired in tones jStoroet;: ;, 'Ti,1u.sV'I.11e"; : Fla. :
ulon
In one of the last entries in OCEAN BEACH HoosE
which resembled an amateur cold wave located between both table tar'S.
drinkIng
"DUI Journal Practically, however, Centrally depots. Airy rooms, good .' pure, '
for icine B. water.
"Yes, mum" replied the occupant of Bates: 13.00 per day; special rates by the week or month. ON TIlE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. r''.
t
the outcast overcoat "I'm the same CUft. F.' }FISCHER Proprietor. '
.
Boulevard Surf Rates
Opposite Daytona near the City; Beautiful ;. bathing., .
party but I've recovered and if you'llmake according to location of rooms.. House open all the year b

\ it plain bread and milk" this time Address MRS. H. C. BERRY, Sea Breece,* Kla.The .

I'll[ be heartily obliged. -Baltimore _-- .---,. __. _... ,- ... __. ___ "
ffevrs.. I.lor111Q.:: : 7111a._ Jr:

TEXAS HUM R. Hotel 'Plaeide'fl6d: e.'I' '

I I St., George Street, 1894 \1
Jok Wa Mad J.toI
How a x..Jata..r' I
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Law to. HI Borprla lib
,Every one know that Phil Sheridan the center of the city on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west 1 ,
:r. located In the, center of the .
laid of Texas, "If I owned Texas and one block from Da,. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. '. '
hell I'd rent Texas aDd live in hell. city, midway between the post- Superior CuUlne and Service Bus meets all trains.' Terms fj. O per day and ?

Possibly out of respect for so great a office and City Gates: Its. surroundings upward .Special: rates by the week. N. L. WAnD, Proprietor. ,*,n.

I man the Texan's answer was suppressed, r are exceedingly, picturesque lkt {

but it was good just the same. He said ,. the grounds being un "; New, hotel, new. furniture, modern; Improvement -

with great promptness "Well gin'r'l "THE PALMS *. Fronting on beautiful. Lake .
yer know wears allen will take.op fez the city. Worth. Now. open for the winter of '8* J, ,

the place he cum from." fi sad '97. $2.00 to "'.00 per day. Special t' :' ,
The Texan baa a strong sense of humor lj I ,: '' Terms:-92.00: per day. rate. by tbe .week., Address "TilE PALMS," West Palm Beach, Fla. 1Jj

and it manifests itself in other ., /:
ways than repartee. The legislator, who i rl a = Special Rates by the .week.

proposed that all trains running into J-...' ,
y 't Electric Hot and Cold 1
f Bells DAYTONA HOUSE
Texas should be detained for ten min (FORMERLY HOTEL SPENCE.) If" ,,
Baths ti
utes'at the state line and required to .
whistle three time. in acknovrledsnlent A.- 8. DICKINSON, Proprietor.
Mrs. J. V. Hernandez & Son. ,
''hI4V1LDrG of the sovereignty of the state didn't : .1
C08TTTKK. be taken seriously. He wasn't; This house, centrally and pleasantly located, baa been newly furnished/: Is DOW.
DteD"whites are often colors, and one expect to would be better than ever before prepared to garnish a comfortable home to tourist and 1

*tt'it 0 1.hlte"Pale,gray,_' pfd or pale yellow.thantogether. snob they made a good the joke suggestion on the law and for a STANTON HOUSE. the East (Coast to call, aud roe me. .A. S., DIpKINSON, Uaytona, Fla, '.'111 111on !i

Uarof dress _tin. time religiously enforced it. .
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s 1_ thneok witch .
again.. bare of -
their
In no In- The Texas women have '

lid r lbodl1icatlon.or lt. reign.III Linen rapidly collars approach-and humor, and they can conversation be sarcastic betweenthe ,. too D. J. JONES, Proprietor. Seminole Hotel alt.r. / 1

*wUne frills In white or cream as the following .

btllal Horned--- and to> t.TOF..and tnmber truly they du daughter a New; Yorker of a at Texas a Washington congressmanand ball Rates $100 per day. Special.Tenia tog ,
than the colored .
OPEN ALL,THE TEAR. 0Ii;!
hlup lID lon.r testifies: "
wora- It taklll. ,
DIddi ta and prttty neck to bear well "You are from Texas" the NewYorker 9 Families. WEST PALM BEACII,, tLOnJDA. ,i"'I.' ., ,,1"'.
111 eo..... tone "q !
tbe same \
of the dark oolIaI''. and : said in very much ,
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UK Q a This' built of and has convenience. Close to: ',; :"
! whit, or pale Intermediate would have wed had be asked hotel Is substantially brick ) every .
IIU,. ""Pleasing and delicate If less) that he from Hawaii or some other ,, Two Minutes Walk from,CentralDepot. the railway depot. ''Vrs. sb.r to>and from trains. 'Boat attached to'the' hotel,. 1,
if she was 'i with fishing tackle on board for the ns of jruosU., Bateau from '2.00 per day andupwards r
I,I ttlu.pn ahowaa'trsveUnd remote place. /;,.. 2 ; special rate to th* week or month. ,M.: J. BOY(' i-<-' ""t $
OJ 1u'LcJotb. JhejikL-t "Yes.lIIe said smiling sweetly. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. : GEORGE,ZAPr;; Proprietor. ", /, ; '- Manager.; it
opens op there."he said, .
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east, commencing at a point at the west Treasury of the United States reestablish ROBBINS &.. GRAHAM DUREN: & FEASTER.....
line of laud of L. II. Toussand and running beacon lights on Indian River.
westerly 2.JO: feet more or less to Mr. Hardee also Introduced a bill entitled GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES. Florida

t lands of II. O. Hanley the same not an act relating to expert witnesses, .. ,
ors.
being maternal oyster bed. and fixing the compensation: thereof. ...laf aRry All Kinds. Crocker, Glass and Tinware
The bond presented by L. Lawrence House bill No. 10, Mr. Stockton, an -- Western Meats of Your: patronage
for notary public, was examined and{ act to prohibit fay railroad or other
approved by the Board. transportation company,. or any officeror WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND TITUSVIrJ E. FLORIDA

Permits were granted to the following official thereof, from contributing any COURTS. --. .
persons to carry repeating rifles i E. A. money or free transportation,to personsor UNITED STATES === -=
-,- --'-- ---.- "_. B. J. and F. A. :c
M. political &
Stewart, Stewart political parties purposed :eJ.: L. :ae :S O
urr Reading notice ads on this page Houston. and to provide penalties therefor. Pa sed.
are live cents per line per week. It was ordered that In the matter of Mr. Potter's bill to make it unlawfulfor ABSTRACTS of Title Famished Garden Seed 'Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy
the proposed road through Mrs.A. Beck live stock to run at large In Dade Groceries, Grain. Hay. ,. Groceries,
7 Take Notice. er's land on the west bank In City Pointthe County, which Is really a no-fence measure for Lands in Brevard and Dade And Food Products of all kinds.; Grain, Hay. Bran.Cotton Seed Meal G-
having been viewed and poetedfor was killed in the House on Tuesday.
same Food and Wheat. We are the only bouse on Indian River dealing exclusive
i Red Spanish and Fancy Variety Slips. 80 days, and be referred to the road fought the bill, on ground that If the E. L. BRADT J BRO. patro
4 and Suckers for Hale. Apply to', commissioner of district- No. 3 for settle Dade County bill should be paused I' Very truly, ; Tltusvllle, I j

W. GORDON SHOWN, meot. others might crop up from other coun have large List -
jF Ilobe/Hound: Fla. It was ordered that the bid of W. :R. ties. Both Owens and Sloan said that a
Sanders, to transcribe two volumes each their peoplO'did not want such a law, of'Lands owned by THE DECANTER.
of the tat books of 1891 and 1805, for and wben their people do not want a ,
Fancy Pineapple Slips & Suck the sun of $00.00, be i accepted by the ,thing their representatives fight it.
{ ; en for Sale.Abbskas Board; and It Is further ordered that Mr. A petition from the women of Daytona i ourselves and clients. : Ci :Renaker
; Sanders appear before the Board at their asking that the right,of suffrage : Lesley
meeting; in June to give proper and 110 municipal elections ,be' extended: to Price for unimproved: ,
Egyptian Queen, Golden sufficient bond to perform the work i women filed -Tuesday by Mr. .Brandies.
I Rums Gins
woe and Domestic Brands of Wines and Wbb
Queen, Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and according to specification. It Is further Street, and ordered spread on the jonr lands $3 to $1OO Foreign ,
tr Red SQa al.h. Apply to .. ordered that the work be completed sal, together'with a petition from the Bottled, Been, Ales and Stont '
HADDOCK MA'TTHAMS, within months and that Mr.. San of acre.
four men Daytona limiting women suffrage per Billiard
nee and Pool
of Cigars.
Line Tab
"Palm Beach Pinery A First-class
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ders' bond be fixed at *200. to those owning property. I
West Palm Beach, Fla. Mrs. Geo. Denham was placed on the Family and hotel trade Is solicited.' 'Prompt and careful attention given to

s pauper list at 94 per month. WE have. ft few Residence, Orange orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY A RENAKER,Tituivlll,
1 W. H. H. Gleason's bond 'for notary Roseland. .
Choice Pineapple Plants public waa examined and' approved by Grove and Pineapple Properties in( desirable -
the Board. \ -

f Smooth Cayenne, Envll City, Abbaka, It was ordered that hereafter. no permit Mr. F. White spent May Day In Cocoa' locations. Prices Reasonable. or Wagons

and Red Spanish, grown without coverJ i shall be granted to oaten manatees 'Mr T. Dickens has returned to Toledo. -
a and '''from 'youttg' plants. Guaranteedfirstclaim. until the applicant in each case shall .
Apply or address, have 'appeared before this Board and Mr. 'T. 8.. Drake, president of the Sebastian ( TITUSVILLE. All Kinds
C. A. RoBinsoir, made satisfactory proof that the catch- River Land A Improvement Co., OFFICES : J WEST PALM BEACH, Of ,

Eden, Indian River,.Fla/ lug of the manatee is, for: legitimate left for his home In New Rochelle,N. Y.,, ( and MIAMI.MILLINERY. and Harness 'also General
scientific purposes. '< on Frlda1Iaat. ._-- Buggies, Carts :,
The following bills were audited st .
Mr. L. C. Moore, of Erolldoune.. went
l&lW Pineapple Slips For Sale. ordered to be paid: launch raYaxi :EUDP i rNCj
H. Comr. 00 to Melbourne, Saturday, In his $:: ,
W. Sharpe County A $10
Port:Rica ; Queen J. Mendel,' 4 40 Tartar, returning., the art of the : ROBT.: E. 'MIMS Jr.
; ;Abakka. Golden week, accompanied by his wife, who had Go or send your orders: ,
best varieties, for sale ,at reasonable, R. D, Moke, ,". 24 60
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relatives in Melbourne.A
#, prices,. i Apply J. Walker, '- 4 00 been visiting Bicycle: Sundries kept In Stock. Tltusvllle, Fl
toA... GOLD;' J. Houston, 11 20 and DRESSMAKING.
GOMSK, Indian River, Fla.V J. Houston,. 11 20 Few New Subscribers.New .
J. Walker, bailiff for petit Jury.' 6 00 ,
T.J.Cookshutt,registration officer,10 00 The'NW' ,c'

V! Choice Pineapple, Plants. D. L. Gauldenproseoutlng atty- 83 83 ; subscribers to the ADVOCATE are I .
)t A. A. Steward, accountant, 16 00 continually rolling in, the following beIng .I,
Abbaka's., Queen's, Porto Rlc 'l and J. Stone; burying a pauper ;-' 8 00 a few of the latest: M. C. Salmon, t
Imooth Cayenne's for sale; from Win- Gardner Walker, march jail ,3 25 Rockledge; E. C. Caldwell' City Point; Selden Cypress DoorCoinpall
della Plantation Lake W urtb.,, None J. Mendel, 4 o plea of minutes -, 0 00 W. A. Snider, Columbus O. ; E. Hart-
'hat the, finest shipped. T. T. Wetmore, Ice Ct-house" 3 20 ensteln, Montolalr, N. J.; J. A. Straw-
Jonir' HKNBV, B. R..,Wilson, attending prison ., 2 00 derman, West Palm Beach: 'W. Blsbee, 1 PALATK.A: FLA..
,Melbourne Beach, Fla.',, J. P. Goldsmith, bailiff pet Jury3: 60 Lotus; H. D. Johnson, Eau Gallic; A. B. ,
-- ----. A A.' Stewart. clerk of Hoard- ,. M no Turner Grand Rapids,_Mich.<< ;.:. F. C. Opened October let, 1896, turned the steam on to
\ J:A. Ji i liwk Inlet '\, .15 00 Brown, St.- Augustine R. W. Burton,
j W, For"dale. JO.'Fries ". 37 00 W. Thuraby. Merritt; W. Hlndle, Cocoa; One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door Sash Eland
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Whitaker ,
J. Houston, ". 13 00 T. A., Jackeonvlile.Action' .
&h1' f, A tract of 100 acres of.fertile vegetable. J. P. Brown,waiting on Board. 5 00 : .
?; land; ocean and river froll t. Can be J, P. Brown, janitor 0 00 Canal General Wood Working Plants in the United ,States,

# :bought at. a sacrifice figure. Apply to sheriff Clr. Court-: 10 00 Against the Co.
i ; I J.,,G..BAST, ", feeding oo.dogs ,'4 00 ---:. And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eI
Grand View hotel.Tltnsvine .' the of confidently expect the I
., prisoners, 2500 'Court ye.nln Cypress) patrons our company may
,held before
,na. "' ", .. At the Circuit will!
hands. Our
sheriff 40 11 Mall orders solicited. Satisfaction possible material and workmanship at our production o
," jailor. ., 80 00 Judge Jno. D. Broome. at Juno, on Tuesday Doors,. Sash, Blinds, Mouldings Frames, Hot-house :Materials, Tanks, Glum,,
a suit for tIS 000' was brought uaranteed.
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"* E. H. work Inlet 6 00 .
For Charter Watson, on L
against the F. C. L. C. A T. Co.; by Dr.
f M. Fntoh, pauper. '" 6 00 A. D.: Hard and wife.. In October, 1805. Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds, '
: and International
of at Cotton State KxpoMIn
C.Padgett; r 10 tJO Canalcompanyand Awarded told Medal and Diploma Honor
*$ The fine stoop Yankee Doodle can be Wm.Anderson .. 6 00 the steamer Delia, belonging to the Tltusvllle, 'Fla. AtlantaGa.,1895. "
chartered by the day .'week, or month; Mrs G Denham" 4 00 now running between
anywhere between Ormond and Miami. MelbOurne-ran into. a :
.. Good accommodation. for ladles For Sarah M aydon"Bean ... .-. 10 400 00 sailboat occupied by Dr. Hard and family .Hew 1897 Model Globe Gasoline ne. THEG.H. HAMMOND 'COMPAH

further particulars, 'write to L.Kaufalla 4. 00 precipitating the occupants Into
CAPTr GEO. Cook Lake Worth. It was claimed that Dr. ,
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J. Lewis' e 00 '
t Tltusvllle,:,Fla. M. GoreL. '< .. ,. 0 00 Hard's little child died ,from Injuries
sustained in that accident, hence the
Tuoker"" .- .,8 00 suit. The case was compromised by the JD PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.
H. Bowman 6 00
''Naphtha'Launch for Sale. R. load' '. .. 1000 Canal company paying $50 to the attorneys ,

C. MoMlles .; ,,, 5 00 Of the plaintiff.An 0Oo
''i/ Hammond,,Ind., 'South Omaha, Neb., Chicago,!
/ In good condition; length, 81 feet; E. W. Hall com. as collect. '00 300 00
I width 6ft. 610.; headroom In cabin, Oft.; G. F. Paddl.QI1, lumb. Ct.-honse-i 16 11 Item of Interest. ,Salesrooms, 234 West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk, Manager, JaokaOl1vllleI'1a.lartets .

draught,' aotn.j/ ; 10 horsepower; speed, (\ D. Flood, road ,work 1 co
r', 0 miles an hour; built by the Gas power G. F. Paddlson. lumber r .:3 65 Advancing> Rapidly, on lards Hams and Bellies.'W'rite .
; '4 Engine Co..' New York.' Cost,' three J. Mendel, roaG work ,8 00 Senator Pasco obtained an amendmentto ,.
A ago, $:I,2 ; will sell for $1,300, or,, D. Cain, ferryman ,2 60 the "free homes" bill, permitting the 1
?iv{ ,t' would take In part payment A good sail. R. A. Conkllng ", 2 08 settlers on the abandoned military reservation -, : i. &'ior'I: r:1.oe&: '
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boat.. J. Houston; road work 6000 to obtain lands by homestead
F ,OKO. ZAP; J. M. Sanders, Justice of peace 2 60 entry; Instead of being obliged to pay
West Palm Beach, Fla. J. Paine, constable 6 10 for the same.' This will; If It becomes a P. McIDRRAI and
A. A. Stewart, clerk ,- 4 OH. law, permit the occupants of' lands on mjHP crxrr Carriage
J. P. Brown,' sheriff .' 18 C6 the Fort Jupiter reservation to obtain .
VOUNTy'COMHIfiI- A.Sanders,witness .. 0 60 titles under the homestead laws of, the ftBAKER Wagon(
BREVARD ,
J. D. Johnson .0 BO United States.
''SIGNERS* PROCEEDINGS. J. P. Brown feeding prisoners 18 60 The bill has now been .psssed by the lat
-. II. A W. D. Drew Co., blanks .. 70 00 Senate and,Is awaiting action by the Stationary moot and Marine IXto 125 R. P. The
afmt. Reliable,Economical and Durable Dealers in
4t' House.
O. W. Crabb, wrk A Imbr Ct.bo2 73 Power for Lannohe. Auxiliary Power for
TITVSTIX.I.K, FLA., May 897. R. JI'. Hall, Insurance on, I- 37 60 yachts and biulnew boat,and where stationary
The Board of County Commissioners E. B. Wager,printing '.' 28 00 -Mr. Geo. B. Rumph Is now holding power u req11.lred.BENJ.. W. JEROMX: Dump Carta, Saddlery, Pleasure and,Business VehicleHand Carts, etc.,*

set on the above date pursuant, to ad- R. R. Chaflee, merchandise .: la 88 the position of book-keeper in the Bole Representative for Manufacturer. In Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
journmentwith the following members R. D. Hoke, roadwork '. 89 30 Florida Extract Co., located at this lists of Florida." ROCKLKDOB.TLA.IT the..

present Wm. H. Sharpe, chairman; J.R. The Board adjourned to meet again place.. Catalogues! and prices on application. .. ,
l Walker, J. Mendel, J. ,Houston and the first Moada .
R. D. Hoke; A. A. Stewart, .clerk. ; J. P, 'ToThe,
fl Brown sheriff. BBADLKY: BKDFIKLD.:
E. B. KEDFIELB.ESTABLISHED '
The -following business was transacted MONTHLY SCHOOL STATE. srICTOR
L' 4 to-wit j MENT. :E1. aF "I D ebb sort, (0'
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The minutes of last '1871..
meeting were read 141 DOCK STREET.
and confirmed. Belong all :Honor and Glory
.The road report of S. L. Jeffords, W. .Statement for the month ending, the Wholesale 'Fruits and Vegetables .

:f B.: Chandler and Wm. II. Prntorlus, for 30th day of April, 181)7) for Brevard. ICi
t a road from Banana liver east and west County,'Fa. ,Philadelphia Pa. o C cd
north of Nathan poatoffloe, was rejected
I for not being in accordance to law. BZ0APrrVLArroN.: Write us for Stencils and our,"Colored" Card. Ship. us your pineapples and -.r:
,It was ordered that the survey of Total receipts during month .,.$9562.05 we will\ do our best for yon. :
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yy maps, as presented by the
staking the mile limits'of the ITEMIZED KECEIPTS: : -April, 1807. GEORG MARX- MARX. '
r inlets be accepted and approved by theBoard JOHN .
; aa ordered bv, the Board at thee Balance In treasury;f, .' 33.46 $ a =

'April meeting In 1807. From" tax" collector" poll, school tax.levy. ;,$3344:80S! On 00 1YIAR. BR.: <>S. Naj
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W In the matter of a proposed change of '
'Wholesale Dealers In- !
road along tho'rl"er bank, across the :Total! receipts. .. . ,'. .$3575-I 61 ----- .;s -0
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front of Miss Louise Powe's land In = Q
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Fruit ena-d.
G-zopexles: : DE a.ia.c .C
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/ Itookledge, on Indian River a remon- ITEMIZED EIPENDrr axs.: 5' 8.
:: atraoce dated April 24th, 1807 T, was presented 3 no H Sams, Sopt. salary .', '500 131 and 1S8 Bart Bay Street sad .3 and.S Ncwnaa Street. r G)

against tho same by her uncle<< A L Hatch, memo board 5 50( 'ao. ] oD.V'I.11o: I Florida.ONE : .: aui8
iii Mr. Powe, which was placed on file. J S Snowden, memo board 400
;, It was ordered that, In the matter of a Dan E Miller,', memo board. .. 8 go OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN'THE. ;
+'I proposed change of public'road across R M Outland, brig house at Mel. CITY, L

1 UlM Louise Powe'a land In Rookledge. ,bourne. .. . .. .;. ... 200 9VICTOR"
the same having been viewed and posted Lara Jorgensen, reprs at Grant 676 TO.GROWERSLet us know what you have In the way of Fruit" and Vegetable r$ la: .
r y in Rockledge, she being aggrieved and i B B Pyles,'cap agt .. . . 118 Returns prompt and sure. We supply the best Seed Potatoes and Cow
Laving presented a remonstrance against Jas Pritcbard Int. Indebt'ness 0206 Peas. Write us for our wholesale price list of groceries. "

the proposed change of road, further I Advocate, pull. statement. 100 MARX BROTHERS JACSONVILLE.
action be deferred for one month, 'and E W Hall, ool rev by error. 3 50 FLA.. G-as or Q..a.so1en.e'' ..
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the matter be referred to the road com Ellis Wager, printing A sUt'ery. 450 .Y' aI.D.e.:

4'' missioner of district No. :3. for ft' settle S F Glbbs, sup'r high school aid 75 00 THOS. KANE & Chicag*
ment. General supply bills. .,. . 17483 E: B. Williams .& Co CO.. Builders,
The treasurer having made his monthly Teachers' salaries. . . . 105100 '
report on the fine and forfeiture fund for HAINES BROS.

S I the month of April the same was examIned Total expend!tares .. . <1$ 129533 Wholesale Fruit and Produce ... ,
and approved by the Board. J. ... Commission Merchants.,,. COMPLETE ,
c\a'\ Houston and R. D. Hoke were appointed Fr. Lm&RTY ST..

,a committee to burn the warrants turned FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. 65 South Broad St., -. ATLANTA, CA. Lighting and Pumping Plants, etc., ,J.A.CXSONVILLE.J'LA.
', the treasurer ; Corn Mills, Feed .
over by as peri schedule. Cutters, Saws, etc., -
The committee, reporting having perforated Foreign and X>ome3tioVKOarrABLKS ; Fruit; /. Installed, and Operation Guaranteed. .
1; their duties, asked to be discharged A memorial to Congress by Senator .
.( ': which was accordingly done. Dlmlck was presented, asking that the j -
-The clerk. of the
fees paid by him for the spring allowed to homestead their lands String Beans Oranges, FOR SALE. HomeGrownPINEAPPLE
1 term of the Circuit Court, was examined, The following new bills were intro Cauliflower.OkraCelery.. : ,: Bananas, ...
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found comet and approved by the Board. duced: J.
,1 Grape Fruit '
A permit was granted to J. T. Cle.... By Senator Dlmlck: An act to 'prohibit Cncumbers. *:',.' ; Lemons, ,.\ ,./< SLIPS / SUCKERS
7 land to plant oysters ,on his .riparian the running at large of live stockIn Tomatoes. ..' '.. Limes, ." AND

rights la the St. Lncle river, the same Dade County. Beets, Cabbage, ., ,' Peaches. :;" Of the following Varieties
being la section 17, township 37 range Boum.morlal No. 40, by Mr. Bar Squash, .. '> : ;
'r 41, the same not being ft maternal oyster dee proposing a memorial to Congress' New Potatoes, ?, Strawberries PlDftpp'-o/,. IbWi, Porto Rico, Eflrptiu Quag Golto Rjpij S *
QMao
I>>ed.. asking an appropriation for opening two En Plant, v ,4 Grapes, Quay
A permit wen granted to R. E. Brand Inlets Into Indian River was passed. \ CQ
Asparagus.BKrKRKXOES. '., ') Coooaauts. sane, Fnuabieo, ud KM Sptabft.. '
to plant oysters on his riparian rights on 1 By Mr. Hardee, of Brevard, a memorial NaUcesi AtIaa... .
BasL 0.
lot 1, section! 34<<, township 37, rang 41 i asking that_ the secretary of thee Oa.| Armour raoklac Oo,AUaata,0.5 UeG.U.Taylor;W.0-e.4 0.c.Jo6s.e.Gedr..,Miss Jfe.Ga.AUanta; Apply to G. C. MATTHAMS. Florfda' Pln *ppl Co,
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