Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00078
 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 14, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
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: UF00079909:00078
 Related Items
Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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I 01. i4. JSTo. l. TITUSVILLE FLA.., FRIDAY, MA.Y 14, :1897.' Price 5c. ':'iit

10 JUICE. FtH ALL THE LATEST and most popular Shoes. HOTEfc NOTES. :i
cents a yard at sale by F. S. Chaffee A Co. of the -
Tltusvllle song! day, at Chaffee A *. ,
i IToplcM of General Interest. CHAFFER A Go's, Fla.. In half-pint, pint and quart If you want something nice In the 4 1 j jour
Tltusvllle Fla. bottles. of ladles' rents' children's shoes WHKBK: to stop. See list of hotel. on I
way or ,
In connection call write Julia Tltuvvllle page. I ) '1
le I sad General Gossip Gruber A tomorrow Sat. or Kline ,
I BlM yne Bay Lake Worth Indian, -Mr. R. F. Hall presented her husband ICE CREAM and ICE CREAM SODASat Grlggs ( ) Tla.. her ha an elegant assortment that There Is a fine hotel for sale at Ashe :\ Ii

i and Halifax Bly...., Key West. with a bouncing baby boy on Tues Gruber A Grlggs, tomorrow (Sat.). I. sure to please eye"ol18-both as to vllle N. C., the owner wishing to retire ./i: I''
I all other Important Point along the day morning.Mr. -Mr. J. O. Walton has been In Jacksonville quality ana price. from active hotel life. See ad. on thl b
COM of Florida. Brief mention olUa several! days this week. page. I
t J. W. Tucker of Fort Pierce -Mr. W. Btsbee of Lotus
making !,
Event from Various Part ,
( la numbered Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold -Mr.. Adhenar Brady was in Rock Mr. Orange Howe who successfully "
the late arrivals at many improvements on his place. '
[PIe World t About People Ton Know Tallahassee.A among Episcopal services at Eau Gallle on Sun ledge a day or so this week. conducted the Holly inn at Daytona the <

j people' Ton Don't Know- Picked I Senator M. S. Quay, of Beaver Pa., day next, the 10th lost., at 1030( a. m. past winter will\ have charge of the 'i,"
Collector Hall baa been In
-Tax town
L by Oar Society'Editor and a large staff new platform has been laid at the la expected at St. Lucie next month to and 7:30: p. m. Ilamonasset hotel, Madison Conn., thls ', !
scattered, ,along- the .Itusvllle do since Wednesday, attending to the tax a. ,,
[ Correipondent station of the Florida East some tarpon fishing. summer '
h Mr. E. P. cashier of the \
of Florida.fTltuBvllle's Coast Railway.Mr. Branch y}
iCoett I r-Col. D. L. Gaulden left here yesterday Melbourne State Bank passed through books.The Misses Sallfe and Bessie Hall of Take note of the new advertisement off f f},

lumber yard Is now open. Jas.: T. Hogg, of Melbourne, for Tallahassee, to spend a few days I here, yesterday on his way to Jacksonville Faustina came to town Wednesday, Hotel CoquIna, Ormond, on 7th page. 't '
made a trip as far as Oak Hill and return with his political friends. to spend a few days. up This hotel will be open dur'ng tbe sum
L 8th and attended tbe dance at the Indian
advt on page. i
I on Wednesday. -Mr. Grotjan Ronald of Lotus, has -We regret to learn that the little son River hotel hut light.Mr. mer under the management of Mr. H. L. 'f(
iln. T. Wetmore, we are glad to lineman of the San Juan hotel Orlando.
T. better health. -Judge Jno. D. Broome stopped off {teen In town a day or so this week. Helen of Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. of I
Clinow somewhat in Taylorl and Mr. Fred F. Taylor after
here from Monday until Tuesday on his this morning for Orlando.Mr. toooa, who was taken { at the winter at Rockledge are The Daytona House Daytona, under \

Mra. J, B. Screven and children have way home from holding court at Juno.Gen'l. Geo. M. Robbins left here Daytona beAch a couple of weeks ago, pending now sojourning at Asheville. ,N. O., en themanagement of Mr. A. S. Dickinson, .
a few days this week at died on Wednesday night. Is still and getting a fair share of n.
i spending attendtbe open
Freight Agent W. J. Jarvis, Wednesday for Jacksonville to route to Grand Rapids, If lob. the of the traveling public. ,' '

n. of St. Augustine, passed through Titusvilie meeting of the Royal Arch Masons. -Attorney C. C. Chllllngworth formerly -Manyofourtown.peopleare wonder- The patronage table I* good, and the house Is neat, "
"Florida Day" at the Nashville Cen- Monday, en route to Dade county. of West Palm Beach, but now of ",
-Mrs. Roy McFadden passed through log what has become of Attorney R. clean and orderly. Stop there and try ,
held Atlanta arrived In town to at-
will be FrI-
Dial Exposition on -Mrs. Geo. W. Scoble and sons left Tltusvllle Wednesday en route to Jack- Tuesday, i freeman Hall, who left here a week or It. ,
tend law business with
\,June 26th. here Wednesday for New Haven, Conn., sosvills where her husband recently Geo. M.some Robblns. He left for Attorney West ,I two ago. lIe was last seen In' Jackson- Tbe Colonnades, on the peninsula, :;1*

Note change in ad..of Balnea Bros., to spend the summer. Mr. Scobie accompanied arrived in his schooner from Nassau.Dr. Palm Beach yesterday.Mrs. Ille. facing Daytona, Is now being managed I h

hints!. and engineers, Jacksonville, them as far as Jacksonville.Mrs. F. 'H. Houghton of Daytona, J. M. Paine after the -Did you see those photos of n. M. by Mr. Sidney.Halgb who I I. conducting hIt ,:::1

lour 8th page. A. W. Sweet Eau Gallle's says his dental practice keeps nearly as winter- at her beautiful, home spending at 'apworth and Max Myerson In yester- In very good style. Mr. Halgh In- '

1-Hr, and Mrs. W. N. Hendry are school teacher, returned to her good; as It was two months ago, and that tossed through Tltusvllle Monday Cocoa en day's Citizen It was a good thing fornutheADvocATathat: be will keep 'l', 1
home he has made Into June. heir were underneath or the house all the and we '
r occupying the. Boone .cottage In in Titusville on Monday. She arrangements up route to her summer home at Minneapolis names very open summer tee'
few would have known who they have no doubt he will get number .;Ij,
tuTitusvllle. pent a week pleasantly at Tillman repre
r very -Tax Collector J. A. Happersette Informs Minn. Miss Lovey Paine joInedher heated .;+)i
the term.
of guests during ?
Five dollars each will be 'paid by just before coming back. us that the town tax books will mother at Port Orange.We ted.Mr. The house! I* lighted with electricity and .... t

L Thin for young deer.. Read his ad. -CIvil Engineer G. T. Spencer, ofSt. >positively close 'on the 1st of June. have been asked when the next John Elutg,one of Jacksonville' ha* every convenience. v Some fine :
Those who have failed to their taxes well known resident, was at LaGrange
Ithls page. Augustine passed through hare, pay each era' examination will take place In thorough-bred horses are attached ,to
his to Lake Worthto had better do so as early as possible before the latter part of last week visiting his '
Monday last on way Tltutville. Better write the superintendent the stables. The Colonnade. I I. only a, .
in Nash-
|-An ADVOCATE Carlisle who has been
the above date. sister Mrs. very
d look after the work now being done Mr. Jno. H. Sam, at Court- short distance from the beach.
i,Tenn., writes that that city Is look III during the past week or so. Mr. Car
I quite gay in consequence of the 00 the Jupiter-Juno canal. -The next meeting of the Octagon nay, Fla. He is the authority to keepus 111. came Into town last night, and said t Mr. John Anderson, one of the man- '

teDQjal Exposition.UWe -Have you ever stopped to think that Reading club will be held at the residence and the people posted on such matters. its wife wo*'worse. oger of Hotel Ormond\ who recently f,

the ADVOCATE does all kinds of Job workas of Mrs. T. T. Wetmore, circumstances ,' -Miss Laura Sharpe who has been spent several days on Lake Worth the
have a couple; of good orange It done elsewhere permitting, on' Wednesday, the -Mr., S. H. Peck passed through said
cheap as you can get teaching school at Sharpes during the of Captain U.W. Pitt, I* to
Ins advertised for sale In this Issue f Just think it over, and give usa Oth last. Mrs. i O. Walton enter- winter. came up to towft yesterday on a 'Itusvllle yesterday to Cocoa, where be have consummated a. deal whereby becomes
ou i want something good and cheap, I share of your patronage.Among tamed the members on Wednesday of short visit to Mrs. Jos. P. Brown. She was called owing to the death of the In possession ofeone.balf.Interest it r
t!your time to buy. his week. child of Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Taylor. f r
I such leaves today for week's visit to Mn.Muriel. In the famous I'ltt Island property.
other as '
good things- Mr. Peck and children are stopping at
The Misses Bessie and Laura Hous- !good roads and an ample supply of shade -Miss Susie F. Brown, who has been Jacksonville: and from there she the Carlton Jacksonville and will 1'hlsl.land Is no doubt one of the most ..

of Eau Gallie, came up to town on trees-Daytona can boast of two very teaching the school at Mlms the past will go to her home ,in Nashville Tenn. leave for Aahevllle, N. C., upon the return attractive spot In Southern Florida, and
i iteamer Della, yesterday, and gave winter, passed through here, Saturday I. visited by thousands of tourists everyseason. ,-
of rest and
eat and appreciative places -Mr. H. B. Archibald of Jackson- of Mr. Peck to the metropolis. I IYe.terdaY'1 It Is understood that Messrs.
\ADVOCATE a pleasant calL viz. the and oat, on her way homo to City Point.
recreation Ille but formerly of Tltusvllle, passed
She will take charge of the Courteay Citizen says: uThe respective Pitts and Anderson will at once begin
-Mr. and Mrs. R. R. McCormick of yacht club-house. trough here Tuesday afternoon en
school for a month after she has spenta budgets, of England and the making Improvement and beautifying
aunt Grove. writes ,us that they Attention of our readers throughout week with her mother.On route to Fort Pierce, upon some myster- United States show that government Is the property and will construct ft- seawall ln?
I gone to Lac Edward Canada Florida l is drawn to the new ads. of the ous business the purport of which the much cheaper over the water than here, around the south and west front rl
ere they expect to spend the summeriathg.,1 New York Tailoring Co., Bay street I our 8th page will be found the ADVOCATE eventually discovered. lIe even with a great navy and a royal family of the Island.
advt. of Mr. L. R. Decker who has topped over here on his return from
i acksonville, on 4th page; and that of i' new his aa additional Item of expense. -If
and Mrs has.; N. Welchans dealer in cement started In the lumber business at the Wednesday until Thursday, and numerous the Citizen would just turn to 6 I
Mrs. 0. S. Porter and Mr. .'
of 13 yards formerly occupied by Mr. L. C. friend. were delighted to see ADVOCATE of It wouldlearn The Indian River Steamer ,
IF. Porter left Daytona, Friday last, brIck, lime, shingles, etc.; Hogan of the April 80th
Oliver. Mr. Decker is well known along him on Indian River.
I New York state, where they expect street, Jacksonville, on our 8th page. that Queen Victoria net no payout -
the East Coast having resided here for "
I remain a couple of weeks or so ere reHlng -Mr. Newton Curry, son of Mr. Chas. several years, and he asks for a share of Every storekeeper In a town should of the pockets of.the British. On Friday last'' an Inspection of the'y

south. Curry, of Key West, who has been patronage.The advertise In the local paper, and thus let Indian River steamboats St. Augustine

-Miss S. A. Sanders of Fort Tierce spending seven months at the Masse your outside people know that he Is still To Secure a House of Kefiitfo. and St. Sebastian, now lying at the .
Jacksonville passed through'Itusvllje ADVOCATE office has been 'red- bIdding for trade and has something to yards of the Merrill-Stevens Engineering ,'
to has been spending two weeks very College, Saturday last, en route home. olent this week with a large bouquet of dispose of. Concentration Is one of the Jacksonville; ., was made by the government *

Jtmntly with Mrs. Middleton and I Mr. Curry, took a deploma for bookkeeping beautiful roses, the present of Mr.. Wm. secrets of success. Every advertisement Supt. II. B. Shawof Ormond passed Inspectors. Capts. vogel and, J

1 lends at St. Augustine* returned home at the above college. ,' Hindle, of Cocoa, who was In town a In a aeries ought to bear on the same through here, Monday, on his way to Spencer) ,-and Messrs. Oeo. F. Miles and
Monday.Mr. short while on Wednesday. They have point but not In the same words or not Miami. lie went south for the purpose R.; U. Cable who were quite pleased with ,;

Geo. W. Gibjbs, one of the affable -Mr. P. P. Powell, one of Melbourne's been> much admired by several with from the same standpoint. A point of of putting In sand jetties near the Btsayne the extensive work. Th boats am ,{::
dials of the Indian River &.Bay Bis- prominent real estate owners and winter visitors to our sanctum. What superiority In an article can be hammered Bay house of refuge, which was being thoroughly overhauled from truck ;1.,

lyne Navigation company, arrived, inIwn residents, has returned to his summer lilies, roses, pineapples, etc., the ADVOCATE at in each of a hundred different I being undermined by the current of to keel, and when finished will be quit '
from SU Augustine yesterday, and home In Chicago, adding his name tour office has certainly been favored ads. and each announcement can be asdlsatmilar water which he intended to divert:, and equal to new and much stronger than s,;,.1''

f ve the ADVOCATE a pleasant cal ever-increasing list of subscribers this week as its predecessor a* possible. bus save the house. formerly. Their hulls are being sheathed I t
Ire leaving for the north. Mrs. Powell '' with three-Inch solid heart pine, tapering .
-Mr. Alfred Cox of ,Eden, wad awinger la so delighted with the climate of Indian -Mr. F. W. Lyman who has been -Cbas. Hatch of Rookledge, has to two-Inch the of the sides.- ":
on top
on Tuesdays' train to ,Jack- River that she will remain at Melbourne pending the winter at Georgians, gave challenged Arthur Brown of this place To Orange Growers. which I.fastened on with |-ln. galvanizedscrewbolts '

oviUe, where he spent a day or so ere all the summer. our office a.< call, Monday and planked to rid a five-mile race for the charoplonblpof and nuts, and I Is then thor- i
[turning home. Mr. Cox Is a wellOWD down 'I. O for a year's subscription to Brevard, county and a pair of \1
-Mr. J. M. Randall of Boston, who be ADVOCATE, saying he could hardly Hartford tires. The challenge ha Some time ago ADVOCATE referredto ughly calked. There Is not the slightest: )J4\'
pineapple '
grower. has spent several winters on Indian get along this summer without 'reading been accepted and the match will take an Invention that was about being hanoe for any of the workmen to put Isv ,"1\,I

l-Mr.Chas. H. :Bacey, of Waveland River and Lake Worth writes us from' the pink paper. He was on his way to place here ;:day week, the 21st Inst., patented by a well known resident of slipshod work, s* Capt. A. W. Bute, of
me up to town yesterday to attend toNe Gibraltar, Spain the ADVOCATE Kansas, Mo., and then home to Kenosha weather and circumstances permitting. 8t. Augustine which I* said to be a Tltusvllle, who Is superintending the 4

business matters. He was pres- to him. Thus goes the pink paper to all Vis., via DeLand, where went to visit Brown ha held the championship, for device for attracting beat by means of renovation of the steamers, I Is always, on, "

p at the dance last night and will parts of the world. Mr. Randall Is now his son and daughter who are at school some time and as he Intends to keep It, glass; Senator Darby will Introduce a the spot ';,
Hum. home to-day. traveling on the European continent, but here. Mr. Lyman left here Tuesday be U now training for all he I* worth for bill before the .Senate to appropriate The steamboat company I I. having

I-Mr. W. G: Bedford, a former resl- will be in London for some months doing morning.The. the coming event The riders are pretty 0,000 to be used In testing to this Invention Brit much contemplated more done to their It. boats engine than and w '"iI:
of Mr. C. Stuart Bailey protect orange
jent of Conrtenay, Is now in the soda- the summer.Mr. Indian River'Band gave an open evenly matched... It I Is thought. moves and vegetable-grower against connection being rebuilt, also the deuks.taterooms .

ater bottling business In Jacksonville, R. I. Herndon brought two veryfine air concert on the band-stand. Washington -'Cbe mill 01 the Michigan LumberCo. rot The bill Is a* follow: saloon, etc. From a cursory (

Tjth vhlch our old townsman, Mr. Geo. specimens of onions into the ADVOCATE avenue, last Saturday night; and, to ., Jacksonville, I la quite a concern In Be It enacted by the., Legislature of glance over the work by one of our v; .

fltree, U connected. Mr, Bedford baa office on Tuesday which weighedtwo say the least it was thoroughly enjoyedby Its way. It i* equipped with come of the State of Florid_ r epresontatlves. ,w* do not think l It poi 1;i
Home a subscriber to the ADVOCATE. and two and a half pounds and all who bad the pleasure of listeningto he latent. machinery which Is run by a25borsepower Section 1. That the sum of $9,000, or ible for the boats to be ready in time, to

-The Indian River Guards theirlecond measured eighteen and nineteen and a the Inspiring music. Mr. Roberts engine ((79 revolutions .o much thereof a* may be necessary, be this ....00.* pineapple crop. '

dance and prize drill last gave night ate half Inches respectively. They were he new baritone player, adds much to per minute), made by the Lane BradleyCo. and the same I* hereby appropriated The owners, nsto- understand "1

s Indian River hotel, the affair being raised I on Mr. 'M. T. Jones' placeat the strength of the organization, he being ., of Cincinnati, 0., and which gives out of any moneys not otherwise appro that they will make every paw '
ttended by probably the largest ,aasemPW Jones-just opposite MIms-and cer- a mu.lclan-In his line-of unquestioned great satisfaction. The sawdust and sbav- printed, to be expended under the supervision Ibla endeavor to put one-If not both-,
: well for what can be cultivated as Is evidenced by the and machinerys Indian River the 1st of .Ii
of townsfolk and others that hasneed speak ability] ngs from the saw planing and direction of the Comptroller steamer on by .
such an occasion for some time in Florida soil. manner in which he manages his part. drawn through large suction tube to and Commissioner ot Agriculture, to June. ,

as t, Everything passed off very pleas- J. ,B. McKeown Chagrin Falls The band expects to give an open-air the furnace, and thereby utilized to keep est an invention by C. Stuart Bailey for
n"y, and it -Mr. hunting andaching concert every Saturday night, commencIng up steam. That I* the reason this firm protecting orange groves and vegetable :
was undoubtedly greatly who has been yachting '
joyed by the gay throng in attend- O. the East Coast all the winter at 7:30: 0 clock. can compete with any In the state all against frosts and freezes LOCAL ADVTS. Ten Cent Per Line, Pw t N
on ,
"ee had the well-known everything is run on a' very economicaland Sw.2. That if tbe Invention men Week, on this (front) p6lte.
and on the whole was a brilliant has returned home. He a very enJoyable -Mr. C. T. McCarty, and ; r}
uccesa In the prize drill Serjeant B. time while south and made hosts pineapple grower of Ankona returned scientific basis. In moulding tioned In section 1 should prove successful '
scroll work they cannot be the It shall be unlawful for the said C. Good Hotel For Sale. 1\
orwood secured both medals. TheMod of friends at New Smyrna and neighbor- lome last Saturday from Washington exceUedf lathe ,
discoursed sweet music from 8 to 9 hood. Mr. McKeown will be down here where he was sent by the I. R. A L. W. work we saw turned Stuart Bailey to, charge orange and :

'clock, and It is needless to add that next season;,so, like hundreds of other p. G. Association some weeks ago to do being so fine that It did not even need vegetable growers more than 91 per acre For sale, the Holly Inn, Dana, fully ;

pto feature of the evening's entertaln- visitors to the East Coast, subscribedfor what be could for the pineapple growersIn sand-papering. ; per annum for the use of said invention. furnished' and equipped
eDt was one of the most pleasing. the ADVOCATE before leaving. for the regard to the tariff on pines. Mr. This hotel I I. one ot the best paylnsr .Jr

north. MoCarty worked hard and faithfully for Hammock Land Wanted. The Most Beautiful LIne establishment on the East Coast aM ,i;,'
High '
the mission on which he went to Washington Is now open. For particulars apply t*, :+,.yMac.
Lost I -Mrs.- I. M. Anderson, one of Daytona's i. but was not able to raise ,the ;; t.r. .Ized'tract. of J O. 8. P08"IUI. sy
prosperous dry goods merchants tariff owing to the strong influence the Al parties having Of organdie, dimities London Lappet Dayton, ria. J ,
the East "
and a subscriber to the ADVOCATE, In- and Baltimore can- !rood, high hammock lands on Dentelle EUmlne, silk-strlpe Egyptian 11
A RoM dollar and diamond scarf pin, forms ns that she has let-the contract New had York with Importers their Senators. See the LkMit of Florida, suitable for the culture tissue, silk Lappet tissue MarquessMayes Hotel
llutcbln80D or avenues. ners of leaf tobacco who are Wiling to A for Bale.
Washington building a ten-roomed cigar Llnon B.. ate, percale
for with entitled "Tariff Citrus Fruits"on ,
1.3ward 1 will be paid for the return will be fitted article on co-operate in the development of such a just arrived
street which China silk, eta, etc.; has at "':
I01 It to F. ,A., LoSLICY. bath-room Bay hot and cold water and all ou 2nd page. crop will do well to correspond with Mr. our store. Price the lowest and qual- : Owner wishing t retire; will sill th*,, :r

conveniences J. E. Ingrabam Land Commissioner of I the best. Come and see this. mag- oldest and best known transient and (j
modern of abode. Mrs.l Anderson will ELEGANT LINE OF GENTS' SHOES the Florida East Coast Railway Compy., ity nlflcent( display of summer good. family hotel in Ashevllle N. O. Small i Straw Hate III place and received at Julius Kline'; latest Fl each Centel' location and '
leave for New York Boston Just St. Augustine: JDMC KLUTE, payment. !
In shortly White Mountains, to spend the sum- style and lowest prices. In ox-blood :East: Coast papers, please mention the Tltusvilto Fl*. valuable frontage. Apply to 'ifi' \(
aU styles, shapes and sizes, at a the tan. etc. Do not fail to examine it. above. LOCK Box 669, ,
'ery low figure. mer months. It will be>> well worth your while. ,. Asheville N. C. : .l';,;'" v vil
JuLius Kuan.To. Grove and Residence ,
Fresh and Salt Water Flb. Orange ; \j'
Deer Wanted. REPAIRING done by Anthony '
I WATCH for Bale. Hone
How to Get a for Almost
.Person* Going North. -will pad $ .OO each Bros., West Palm Beach Fla. Brock Revel. of THusvHla, ha opened -
The undersigned the foot of North Bridge. Nothing. I :
a flub market at
of ,
Two for Young Deer(Does), to the extent of I and will deliver fresh fish. at A fine grove and garden property of 1
Kal10IT Line first-el**, round delivered to Oat Sight Dayton, 12 acre, fronting on the Indian River
tot pt1tlakets, Brunswick: to New York twelve, II. JTlrrDf. Daytona, Ormond and Blake. and extending hick: to die county toed If you are la need of a good horse, and '.:
ConrMnay Fla. Those !5-cent boxes of candy for the at Sharp** About 1ft mile south of want to get II fora mere call apes ,\\1

R. E. M., children at Chaffee Co's. Fire Dollar Reward T1tuvUl*--known* th* Brock plane; Mr. Freda, Ct>*ffeel' ; M his drug ate. *. <:

Care ADVOCATE, 600 bearing tree; good house, Soar TitosviHe.A I'

Tltnsvllle, Fla.b For Sale. Town Books :Not lee. Win be paid by the'nndenlgBed.toMTOM rooms and kitchen;' servant BOOM and ..' '..
-' returning my gold and dlsv.' packing boo**. Pile, $&, 00.00. )_) ma"advertising medium,, 'na '

:Bones .Wanted ODe light draft 604$. cabin Marine steam The tax book of the Town of Titus- mood scarf pin, tort hut night at UM Apply to / paper on the EMir Coast can best the ,

1Sanoh; One 20 horN power villa will remafci open until June 1st..Collector.. Indian River hotel or between there and BoBsnr A GBAHAM, ADVOOATM Give n* ,trial
1 Save YOU b.sesF :Md; Mud them to UMi boiler, 4-ft. s4-ft.-3. :UT, J. A. DUPDIIZTnI, the beDk. Attys. for owners" and be convinced of the pink l' pel"'*
ICQoQYl11e Tltasvlllo his, worth.
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I ; { I from different parts of.the country. The at first, and a little nitrate of soda, applied Many Thanks. Michigan Lumber and' Manufacturing GO

ScrofuIaSores committee was disposed to grant our After the first spike appears through .

requests, and would have done so, I believe the ground, will force It to make a good Mr. J. J. Haggerty, that well known MANUFACTURERS OF -

bad'It not been for the tact that growth In a short time. and facile writer, known as "Rambler",

t Health. WAS Greatly Impaired, But the, could not afford to refuse the de- Chufas can be planted quite closely; writes us from St. Augustine as follows: Cypress or Pine Lumber, Mill Stuff, Sidings Fluoric

r ,' Mood's Sarsaparllla Built ItUp- mands of the Senators from New York thirty Inches to three feet between the "I sincerely regretted not stopping off ,

;l '>*or.. Have All Disappeared. and Senator Wellington, of Maryland, rows Is wide enough; and If the tops at Tltusvllle en route from Key West, Ceilings and Mouldings, Packing Boxes and Crates. Turning and Scroll Wo

(I P "I wu Iron bled with eruptions on ray: the States that were leading the opposition i- make a good thrifty growth early, by but a friend from Chicago who was wltla'UI street
face which Ilk scrofula.. and Good work and material at low prices. Take' Main car line to
appeared Myli to us. the time tbe hot weather comes, they was compelled to move on; we mill a

health w. so much Impaired that I WM "A careful analysis of the views of will shade tbo ground completely, and In kept moving on with him until we struck office. '
ji advised to take Hood's Sanaparilla to
Senator of will that \nay. rest assured of a good St. Augustine-that dear old Ancient
e and Wellington, Maryland case you '
4 Y p bond me up, I bought alz bottlei. Telephone (old line) 485. JacksOnville
j. Before I had taken half of thla amoant I show that he Is for protection to every- crop, as the roots grow best when the I City. Fla
found that I was improving. I could rat thing In his state, and free trade on ground Is shaded from tbe sun. The "As we have noticed tbe ADVOCATEIn

''II '1 ; better at night, and felt refreshed In thee things opposed to them. We were' chufa does not like a wet bed, and low nearly every office along the East iF

I morning. I gained in flesh and;when I slaughtered to gain Eastern votes:; Opportunity flat lands should be avoided for tbe crop. Coast-both public and pri.ate-of any I

i it, ti, had finished the six bottle the core on may yet rise to secure an Light sandy loam Is Its Ideal, and to note, we may send you a budget of "1m. HARRY MASON

my face had all disappeared;' J. B. BOD- amendment in open Senate, but as things make a good crop It must have this. pressions" In tbe near future. & c

1 DIE, Postmaster, Nashville, No. Carolina. stand much has been gained. Congress Chufas are excellent: food for hogs and "I hope this will find ra'y Tltusvllle
"After suffering from a sore leg for 25 freo Ilver
and the public have been educated to a f r years, four bottle* of Hood's Barsaparllla postmaster" Jobbers In Fine
made a complete cur*. It Is several years more enlightened conception of 'the turkeys Into a chufa field, and It Is difficult $. MASON A CO. Imported

e elnce I took Hood's Bar parUla, but I pineapple Industry. Were we not on to realize how quickly they will Don't hair It Is possl W Bay Street,

have not suffered> with any sore or erysipelas the ground the effort that the opposition fatten. Stock of all kinds are very fond ble to retain your own. Ayer's Hair JACKSONVILLE. Liquors and Cigars Hi
I tl f I} ", ', v in that time" MBS. M. J. HARTLEY: made to put us on the free list might have of It, and fed to milch cows, It improves Vigor, the best dressing, nourishes and (

E ,P. Lovett, Georgia. Remember succeeded." the quality and Increases the quantityto \ invigorates!: tbe. hair-roots, cures scalp

i Hood's' Sarsaparilla a wonderful degree, and gives to butt diseases prevents tbe balr from coming Grade Whiskies Etc
C1IUFA out or turning!: gray, promoter a new. ,
r CULTURE. "r made from this milk a rich nutty and r _
Is tbs Bo>t-the One True Blood PurlQor. .Be luxurant growth.
I sure to get foods and only Hood's.HOOd'S flavor that. Is well liked by connoisseurs. .r --""""' "

rl, J e.CO take. Editor Advocate,i y, i: find ,the best way to feed to milch Spirits of turpentine Is the thing with Whiskies-Imported ami Domentlo: Southern Belle Rock and Rye..............rrom 'l jio per

/I. j PillS easy CO OJKrate.easy zoo COl/u"/ The cbufa crop In the Southern States cows Is to pull up the whole plant, and which to cleanse and brighten patent ntns BrandleDomo8tJe.-HollandOld Tom upple, etc peach.....,.blackberry.........t..,.and.....peach.,,....and,.>honey..............'.".., ,.......front from $1 sun.Bo tar
.A ner
I.. ; could be made a very Important one, If after It Is shaken clean of dirt, or leather. Rum. .. .. : ........ .,from$150ner
I, 1 I Wines-Port Sherry CaUwba, Muscatel'Claret.etc.fromti, .:" ....,.. .... .
r the farmers would only recognize Its washed, run through a, feed cutter set It Is easy to learn something about Clarets-FlneetBrantl... '........;. .......,...,....,........... ..t....... ..:.. ,from" $2.2.tlooper'per
,f", Free and value and realize bow the of Inch. In this Bottled Beer .. ... ,......... ; ................. ...., ... ..........i.......,from j1.30perd
cut an
1,1"\ easily crop' to a quarter way everything, but difficult to learn everything 2JT All other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices. '
!1 made.I the tops, roots and everything are out up I : about anything.A Jugs and demijohns will be packed In boxes, when BO requested, without e
i I ,Accepted Masons venture to predict th t In the near fine, and. mixing this with bran and few leaves of green wormwood scat tra cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company i w'<
,e f { 4 <'.; "y. future the chufa will be as extensively cottonseed meal. one has an Ideal feed the black not take liquor C.. O. D. Send money with order to save'delay and trouble.
; tered where ants congregate
Send for Price List, or call upon MASON & CO.,
:1.' cultivated as the peanut, for they pre for a milch cow.I will rid a house of them. ., 301, 807, 800, 311, W. Bay St., (Mason'Block) JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Indian THusvllleFla. \ nearly allied, being both of them excellent think I have said enough about the
,River ///\V/ I stock food, and If anything' the chufa to prove Its utility to the southern Nothing can bring yon peace but your-

.' Lodge No. 00 oh ufa Is the better of the two. I, farmer and I should urge all who can to self; nothing can bring IOu ,peace but '

i In California cbufas are called "earth try and make a*crop of them however the triumph of principles. Best line in the State.
Holds Its meetings the second and fonrth Friday BICYCLES. .
.1 PPI of each month, at the Court house Titusvlflo almonds" because their flavor somewhat small the patch., It Is time, enough, up Life, Jiberty'and.tbe' pursuit of happiness
r ,at 7 hto m. '. Is the sum of labor's demands. ...
p. resembles tbe almond of commerce Its to the end of May. Some obleot to the

j Ij -f .' A.Geo.T.W.Feaster Soobie Worshipful, Senior Warden.Master. only drawback Is Its tough skin, but, for trouble In harvesting but If you will It Is a long battle, but we are in the

Ir"I It. 1 K. Hall Junior Warden. hog and poultry' feed, that has no objection. pull up the whole plant just as It show fight to win. LUTIIY, 15000.

i' B. R, Wilson, Trenaurer. In fact, It may be remembered that signs of being ripe, and cure It for bay A mixture of three parts of linseed oil

1 I J. Mendel, Secretary. not so many years ago the peanut itself with the tubers attached, some time I In I and one of spirits of turpentine Is an ex- FOWLER, 1007500. .' .

a' j"' M. S. Hams, Senior Deacon. was obJeoted to on this very point of Its February you will find It very useful ,cellent preparation for cleaning picture .
) r, J. A. Happersette, Junior Deacon. $85".00.
'' A. A.Stewart, T. H. Sanders,stewards. skin being injurious ,to, digestion, but What Is left In the ground the hogs and Frames I and restoring furniture $100, II' .

b B. A. Geiger, Chaplain , A. Froscher, that the peanut Is the most healthful of good account of when brought to the Amateur Trickiten..
Tyler.- foods, and I have no doubt that the table. ', Nearly everybody learns to do some ....._..."" 7r.f1: MMU,M.'nwm-
ohufa, being so much more sweet to the I would like to say something on the I thing nowadays The man or woman of "' r'
Fashion ,
usually plays on some musical ,
I taste, will In time become the favorite. different varieties to plant but this Is :
cktI ; Instrument or recites. The newest
FIIU1TS. The manufacture of nutose Itself has so,wide a subject that I will leave it for J thing, Jacksonville Fla.
r f however. Is the'mastering of the art of ,
given the peanut a tremendous. Impetus, another'time. But one word In con t tclullon. the prestidigitator. Many of the swell
," The Washington correspondent of the and when they begin to use chufa the The chufa crop, to be successful men have become adepts and entertain pQ1'- With Freyer &; Bradley Music Co.DEALERS.

Citizen says that while certain.1 Interests same way It will have the same effect' must have the 'properly-balancec I their guests with tricks of conjuring.To I' e

)I s! 1 are disappointed lathe' Senate ''Tarlfl A ohufa crop should always follow a ration to feed It whilst growing.:., This do this well a. qnick eye, a. dextrous

Bill, Florida as a whole has been exceptionally grain'crop, such 'as rice, corn or' oats. ration, In the shape of plant food must hand and a ready tongue are necessary, CHAS.: :er."t7 t3z CO.

well treated, when It is taken One of the best crops of chums 'I ever' be high In potash otherwise your crop ,
s Into consideration that as a Democratic saw was made to follow oats, and was will be small In quantity and poor In Spring Require IN -

"' *, state it I Is not, front' Republican point not planted until the latter part of,May. quality. See to It, therefore, that the I That all the 'Impurities which have. Pl.n.e: "V7Vlza.es: : an.c1 Xjd.QLia.ors: ,

; ,("b; ,of view, entitled to the blessings that This crop was somewhat late, as It takes ration Is right, and thAn you need haveno accumulated In your blood during the
winter shall be promptly and thoroughly .. y 417. 41ft W. Bay St.,
i1 tare to follow the Dingle bill one hundred and forty days to make a fear of the results, if no accidents expelled If good health is expected. '
1 l The increase on citrus fruits from one- crop of ohufas, but In any of our South happen. When the warmer weather comes these JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

: 4Vt fourth of a cent to one cent per poundwas era states May Is time enough to make a C. K. M'QUABRIB. Impurities are liable to manifest. themselves RICH WINES create good, rich healthy
DeFunlak Springs, Fla. in various and often leads l blood. Don't make tbe mistake of
of made the chufa before frost. ways
course, upon representations crop tw lie It Ucbeap.
n p buying !sour poor wine became
to serious Illness. Unless the
of California newly entered Land for chufas should be thoroughly blood 'a "' l It M not. It baa a nasty dinrreeable -
April rIch and that tired \ --$431?
Wllllston 1897.-1 have pure feeling will af- ( effect upon the system while
into the Republican fold. The Florida prepared before planting, and put in the taken Hood's Sarsaparllla for boils with flirt you, your appetite will\ fall and you good wine, is really, not expermtve and,
growers admit that they are only favoredas best tilth possible, by repeated harrow< grand results and cheerfully recommend will find ,yourself "all run down." i '' { I satisfied gives! you feeling that pulled-together wlf

.a matter of necessity,. their blessing Ings workings with the cultivator, aI It, to any one troubled with bolls or any jod's[ Sarsaparilla. tones and strengthens a p OT We make. Specialty of North Cm-
: blood disease. J. A. Hawkins tbe system, drives out all Impurities pd P d Z 4 lion Mountain Dew Corn Whiskey, thru
the when should not be //I
Incidental growing 1i
being an one. crop and makes years old,S2JSO per gallon.
I pure, rich healthy
+' The reduction In the tobacco schedule' disturbed much except to'keep clean of Parties living In Dry Towns will dos
fj1Pl Hood's pills cure all liver Ills. Easyto lood's Sarsaparilla is the one true blood well to order from us as we can Ia'lt
} t'} Is also a mixture of bitter and sweet to grass and weeds; At the last harrowingor take, easy to operate. purifier and the beat spring medicine. them.M per cent on all orders. .

-Interests In Florida, for It pleases the working before planting\ fertilizer Bo sure to get only Hood's. We U7 will Always not open send new money accounts with orden unleM

'+ ,manufacturers and disappoints the raisers should be broadcasted at the rate of You have more than enough courage suitable Jacksonville reference Is Rim

1+,'jjj e of the leaf. It is understood that a, about eight hundred pounds per acre on to bear other people's afflictions. ALEX HBAB.' ERNEST TAYLOR. i gel a Il a N 4\\\\ No Agent Goods for sent Indlanopolls C. 0Bottlers.D, to Brewing DryIndianapolis Towtu.Co.,

I ,r strong fight Is to be made for a change ordinary sandy loam such aa we have In A penny Is a handy thing to use In Brewers and Ind
I 'w in this schedule when the bill gets into the south. This fertilizer' should be 'scratching paint from a pane of glass. NEAR,, & TAYLOR, Hercules Malt Tonic,$2.20 per camel; Clayton sir Russell Wild Cherry Brandy, j4ao per caw.

d open senate, and it Is not Improbable thoroughly mixed with the soil, and (Successors to John McAllister.)
", that It will be 'materially altered. The should analyze as follows : ten per cent Lack of vitality and color-matter In

pineapple people were the most keenly potash, eight per cent phosphoric acid, turn the bulbs gray.causes We recommend the hair to fall Hall..1 out hair and Artesian Well Contractors, A Fertilizer for Fruit. ..c/ .

} disappointed, as they bad confidently and about three per cent nitrogen. Renewer to prevent baldness and gray-

,' believed, until the bill\ was made public Muriate of potash Is the best source of ness. ,EAU GALL1E. FLA. '

that their presentation of their claims potash. The common acid phosphate r ,. ,. .. .. ,..... ...... . '"The Ideal Fertilizer '"
' I n for recognition had swayed the Finance for phosphoric acid, and part of the 'Pineapple ,

I 'it Committee. nitrogen should be supplied by cottonseed GEORG MARX. JOHN MARX. Prl.oe: 8gB.Oo Per Tdn.

V Mr. C. T. MoCarty, who has been meal. '
;;4 -e watching this Interest, was Indefatigable ,The chufa plant Is a very slow grower ,t Moisture",.. . .. ... .. .. A .. ... ,8 to 10 Per Cent.
,. in his efforts, but acknowledges that It ? Wholesale Dealers In Ammonia. at. .. . .It.4) to 6 '" "

was Republican Influence that preventedan The Strength of Nature. Grooerles":: : Fruit: acid :produce: .. Phosphoric Acid. .. .. .. .. . . ? ,,.5 to 6 "
,. f'. an Increased duty, The canners and 131 and IllS East Bay Street and D3 and SB Newnan Street.. Potash (Actual). . .. .... .. ... Q to 8 "
Il : *Importers were too strong tor'the grow- Hercules According wrestled to the with ancient Antaeus mythology! every,when time Javk.te/olnvill/ : I Florida: I Hade exclusively: from Bright Cotton Seed Mealj Nitrate of Soda;Blood, Boot'
I + ers. To the Citizen correspondent he he was thrown he jumped up again Dissolved Phosphate, Fine Ground Tobacco Sterna and Sulphate of Potash.
,, said f"The stronger than ever, gaining fresh Write for directions for using l and further particulars; also ask for
t- Finance Committee had no power from every contact. with the ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY. copy of "Economical Fertilizing for Fruit" a large stock of all FertUl
earth. BereuJee conquered; him at zer Material, Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust Potash e-
eto. Write for prices
antagonism to Southern Interests, and last only by holding lore
him In the air away TO GROWERS:-Let us know what you have In the way of Fruit and Vege buylog. We leek the growers trade direct. -
Mere originally Impressed with the from the source of his tables, Returns prompt and sure. We supply the best Seed Potatoes and CowPeas WILSON & TOOMER
requests of the Florida plneapple-grow %+m strength until he grew I Write us for our wholesale price list of groceries. Co., .

lore( The pressure': of the. New York weaker and and finally weaker. became MARX BROTHERS, JACSONVILLE, FLA. The Fertilizer House 'of Florida,
Importers on their senators and that of exhausted. Jacksonville Fla.
i s ; the' Baltimore canners was so urgent Antaeus is a r.
{ : upon.the Maryland Republican senator, mankind.perfect .,..bol Na =-

r that they were compelled to resist an '%}1' tun is the real Magnolia Grocery....
"1 Increase on the fruit. source of health THE PAINT
and vigor. The STORE.
"In fact, the whole fight was primarily closer wt keep to H. A. HENRY Proprietor.' :
1 i precipitated by the error on the part1i N.ture'.law.and the Wholesale and Retail Dealer In .

of the House Ways and Means Commit I healthier we

I I ,1i t tee In placing the duty 'at:2: cents per f get grow.away When. from we *STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.(** ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS
!I pound; It was Intended,,,to be'9 cents them we art sure I
per pine.. The pineapple-grower had to be overcome Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please you. '

I r never asked for such a prohibitory figure by and weakness dl..... 103 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,, X711 F pers.

, : ,,, as the former,__ They would have I When gets sickneae hold- Telephone No. 255. ,

Deen content with 79 cents barrel. .
per [ the
o a mm
{ '1 This error unified the opposition, and only. remedy to really care him" must ;e Outside: Cold Water: DE aint.' :

fI u1 t they swooped down'on'' the Ways and natural natural remedy.laws and It bring must him work right according In touch to W. B.: : DAWSON e
I r1 Means Committee On the strength of with Nature. Any unnatural stimulus or E. BAIRD & CO.
their representations the committees mere temporary appetiser doe. no permanent Wholesale and Retail ,
I good to a person who ta debilitated 59:"Welt A'Laura .
( I ,, swung to their other extreme of 0' cents and "run-down." Bay St-., JACKSONVILLE, FLA-
I ; ( per cubic foot and (0 per 1,0001n bulk.. In these conditions the moat perfect, natural .
I I e if"I arrived here the atreagth-bnildcr la Dr. Picrcc'a Golden WINE & PalnU, Oils, Glass, Varnishes, and Room :Mouldings.
r N only day before Medical Discovery. It acts: directly upon LIQUOR MERCHANT.
the vote was taken In the House, too the natural nutritive processes, and creates -
solid permanent strength and vital force is)
,a ,:.t\\, late to get In any work la' that quarter, the same "a.tha' Nature creates them.It SAW AND PLANING MILLS
l ';rr'though Judge Davis, the congressman capacitates the stomach and liver tovitaliae PKl tk., Fl... JACKgOHTttlJS: YARD

'I from our district,,, did his full duty In the centres the with circulation pure healthy and blood.feed the This nerve-iseiactty i 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. E. Bat BL. Moot of Cat.beTla'

4 matter. So far as he possibly' could he Nature's way of curing nervous ex- WILSON CYPRESS 'COMPANY

I took an open and favorable stand In behalf baastion During debility the put, insomnia y year,.and Dr.neuralgia.Pierre's Fine Old Liquors, Imported and Domestic Wines, Havana ,

i 'p yt of his ,constituents who asked for medicines have become recognised standard Manufacturers of _
po t this Increase. For weeks I have labored remedies. throughout the ,wortd. His"Pleasant Mexican and Florida Cigars.

4 : diligently with the Finance Committee,, mascot cane Pelleta"for constipation are a perfect. sad per- Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath *

a presenting written arguments and state later' Wlm t.. de Falcon.., of Corpus Christ FINE F.A.NfJY G ROC ERIE15. ,
NMee C: Tesaa. writ_ nil la ist.q
tents, facts and figures' bearing on that I havebeeeTul far twaty-oee vases andN.you* .WHISKKYS from $3.00 Per Gallon upwards I handle A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring Ih.lDglel
no Compound Goods. lath ceiling siding; mouldings
\ and
ally em by roar edidne* pickets
i every phase of the matteJ1 secured eal Ofacorery'..ad'... .. .; ...-.' Iwsseasapletetr MF" Price List upon application. Your Jug Trade Solicited. always on band thus assuring prompt Ihlpment. cnmouJd1np -
fee active assistance. ol many Senator cued aft**dhisg the ........._'.* \ account 4esenee. of an patterns a lpeel lt "
: ,II : If you wish to open an you must give flrst-clasa city ref Whea at bone ,
write 01 for
..J Y r Pricea; when np our' way. come and. see_u-

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MAY 14. 1897.fesstonal r. d

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Cards., T1IEOSOPUV.. '"I -

which an Impression is conveyed" from I>O YOU APPRECIATE YOUIt Notice for IMibltentfou.

one organic state to another, and the .
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.b 1W oRAlIA PAnT III. Impression Is accepted on the same principle i '-
LAND Orrre'a,1' Successful
II ? : )
Bj that .
an Impression
(Continued from last) week.] second accepted bya According to a Texas paper., West Gainesville\ Fl.i: May 3, 181)7.) J JNOTICK r >

, !TTOR."fEYS-AT-LA W, Editor Advocate: party, in a physical sense, from Palm Beach la not the only town where : I IA hereby given that the following' ,.
an outside force. There must be contact Mttler hoe Nod notlna ot Hi,* hue...
10 to 12 will be found
HOITJUI-From a. m., peoples who "don't read tlon to make
1 CI Theosophists claim they can to create anal proof In upH| >rt of hl. of fruits berries
and 2 to 4 p. n. the penetrate Impression, both mental as much." There are others : "When i-li\lm,and ttmt A"I.I l proof will' [b w tuutla boron growers ,
walls that hang between our anterior well as physical. The mind: only you (1 lork Circuit Court TltunvlllB. Flx, onlune and all kinds of '
riLtB, Breyard: Co., Florida. and posterior reacts ask a man to subscribe for your' paper inth, 1897\ .1.l iM rlnJoiien, of I'Itnarllls. Kin" vegetables, ,
existence and analyze past on itself In imaginary theories and be- Ho'"o.teI,1'ni7\ for the southwest 01 '
know that '
,IDS.potloe and he 'Olit I quarter the largest yields and
says, I lead ;
In aU the conrta tate and fed and future conditions, but liefs. That never much, n..rth..t qiinrMr and anutheiuit, quarter of
ence, furnishes mental scl- accounts for so-much critnky- besides. times are so plagued tight,' '.forGod's northwest quarter, motion II, township fci, south best quality are produced by
'for examining and perfect. no insight to either lam and Insanity rang*33 cant.
concerning spiritual
fcoilitlei. While Darwin has stood conditions. .sake apologise to him for the mIs- Site! nainu* the following 'wltnene" to prove the liberal use of fertilizers
..tltlW.CABTELWES the world on Its They magnify their un- her continuous residence upon and oultlvatlou
bead with his take and leave him. Life Is too short to of said land flu R.C. Borlniraoiir. of Titusvllle least
theories -
of bridled containing at : 10% of
evolution he Imaginations without), ;'
any specific waste time trying to teach mule ,Via.) Henry H. Prayer, of Tliimvillo.!! Flx.l I t ,
throws no light a to E. H. RIM, of I
on the subject; as the object In view, with no check or TlIII".mela'i cows 'I'. Mo
Crory,of .
slug soprano. All gentlemen nowadays rttuivtlla
PUBLkO progress and development of tbe times response except the of Fla.J. "
NOTARY has product their read newspapers and lots of them. Show M. BARCO RaglnWir. Actual Potash.
STATE, AT ,LARGE. totally failed to show the connect own theories, until they become bewildered wMasier's ,
us a man who lives In a town or
writing, .taxes1 paid for ..ontI ing link that produces evolution. Amalgamation and confused, and the result Is and never: subscribes for the newspaperpubll.bed county Sale. Without the liberal'use' of Potash + .''v, Ir;
and accounts'collected produces degeneracy In destruction of I
it rents physical mental balance on that '
r e to7 Correspondence solicited. conditions instead of advance and subject. there, and we will show you a on sandy soils, it is impos \ .\
; man whose head la shaped like a : by virtue of two decrees of '
Florida. besides the piece UNDER for* sible to fruits berries,and'
nulls, advance Mind .
of grow
any force that can only create an Impression ot with aal.e tanned out of the Circuit
could pie the point up, and whose Court for Br rard County, Florida, on the of '
produce vegetables
evolution must be orig through another mind. To Illustrate the 7th d.yotJann.ry In a quality that will
is oauM therein
IOR S. JONES, Ignorance only exceeded by his gigantic .11I1I7J. IN In Instead of evolutionary.: The Darwin fact : Heat Is an Inorganic-element (ando pending,wherein G and JP.. T. Budge command the best
galU A local repeotlvely prices
newspaper Is an institution ooinplalnanta and JV C. W Hue
theory' would work destruction and Is mind) produced from organic mat that works .oil Hannah WU.,,nla wife, aredofindanu; }1 All about Pntaih- ATTORNErATLAW.3VILLE extinction In all physical conditions ter. When every day and night, will cell at publlo outory, In front of tho court pvrlmani on th. "bum farm. In Ih. Uultiia Siai._i* I
Instead acting on organlo matter It and every man in the community Is In houae. door at Tltn.vlll during the total hour told In a little" b'K.M whlih w. imblUli and. will m. BREVARD CO., FLA of progress and development. And produces effect and reaction, but when honor bound 01 sale,on theFIRSt II..*to auy Unnar In Amtricwwhu will writ fur It"". p
if his to assist In Its support.. MONDAY IN JUNK, A D pal, GERMAN: KALI WORK!\, i
theory not
Judge of Brevard County. was correct, it teaches nothIng acting on organic matter la absorbed The trouble Is that some swell-headed being the Tth day of tha month,' to the highest 93 Nassau St.,N.... lurk d
Kmnty except the privilege of accepting our and destroyed in spade. Just so that ..ndbes. bidder for cash. the following ile.*. .
galoots fancy they making the t
are orlbed real
line of ascent or descent, as the case with the mind; It Is the product of organic editor a' present when they take his of the northtuwt property' quarter, to-wlt south-half i Northwest of northeait quartet. _
D. L. DODSON, be from the quarter of the northeast. NATIONAL !< .
may toad or the snake, as matter and must be 'centered on paper. We have the profoundest sympathy quarter of the northeaat. quarter quarter and! southwest the west

our fancy might lead us. From the organic matter. Through, the Indications for the who lives In town h hulf of the Bontluuuit quarter of motion 13, Home-Seekers
DENTIST., man a towniihlp 33, aouth of range" 80 east, oonralnlng
number of swells one meets with, It given from organic conditions Ins for years and never subscribes for billhOIDe 140 acme, more or lean, or ao much thoroof an. .
would be judged have .. It mods- of It may be nufllnl ng to malls the now I
we a large impression matters not .moull"
proper.Lion that REAL ESTATE
Office over postoffice. paper. If poor fellow was to due to said ooupl EXCHANGE ;
of the toadish origin; and from the whether by word or action, In order, to encounter an Idea in a lane, he would Inanu.M.. GOLDSMITH! '

(VSVH.I.B, -, FI.OBIDA. number of sneaks you will find in the create effect and reaction, or.It will be turn !and fly the other ways with the tall aprSO-myM "'Special Mauler. -- r

grass, the snakish origin is well exhausted in space, just as though the Thll April 08, 1897. '
repre of his garment beating the atmosphere.One Exchanging Property for Property'a

L G1ULDEW, sented.. We are equally as helpless to mind was attempting to" hold converse of them hasn't common sense Specialty. Bend 'Description of what + I ,r

ATTORNEY-AT.LAW comprehend our posterior ,existence as with the wind enough to keep warty In hades.-W. P. Notice For Publications you have, and what you want. ,

our mental comprehension stops at the I ask those who dissent from this Beach News. 1 '

U praotlO8ln..lI the Conrts r of''the State dopr of temporal death, and we have to standpoint to make a personal test of '' LAND Omen. '1 MALABAR, Indian River, FLORIDA. ;

ro,and tbe United States Court deal with the spirit world through thempress' the position for themselves. It is not a Gainesville, Fla.:, April 7, 180Z J 0. 0. CARROLL? .' '
|0.Box 238./ ,nTUSVUXE, FLA.. .STAGE. GLI TS. II hereby KinD that the following'.
of sentiment question for theory and idle VY
instead Real Estate
Money to Loan. of the speculation settler fia s filed notlue of his lute. Agent. ,
18 mind. In 'our but a living Issue of that .tion to make final proof In rapport of his
erection we were furnished to-day peoplecan
Marie B. Gage of the "Brownies" claim and that old proof will be made before

FREEMAN HALL, .x our organic forces and their.capabilities settle better 'themselves than tradition company is a write of) clever sketches. Clerk Circuit Court at Tltunrllle Fla.. on The Largest and Most Com. ,

for our own 'but the [ can teach, as our creator has MAY Wnd, 1807,
purposes, Geraldine Ulmar baa been
engagedby Viet Edward J. Prniorlui, .
: of Canaveral, Fla.I ,
ATTORNETATLAWA, Impress, through sentiment, was re furnished each one with the means at '!; Fred C. Whitney for, a new operatic Hamestaat172a60. for the eoutheaaf quatter ot plete Establishment,South. 4 '

INSURANCE. AGENT. served which acts Indep ndent. To Illustrate their[ own Disposal, and by the use* of production. leotlon H. name 13,, the following witnesses I rang 81 to?_ hit GEO'

ptusvllle,' .. Florlda.p the distinction between impressof which they cannot be deceived. Flora Irwin la to be starred in at continuous residence upon, and cultivation pnw of, S. HACKER &. SON,
s land.lal! R. M; Benham, of
Insurance' entlogall the best and strong-, mind or reason, and Independent Impress In presenting this subject, I have. 'endeavored least one play; made popular by her fat \ ,j; W. 1L rrmtorlu, of C..n..yeralt.I'IL'e..uer..ll'la | F,. I tS
Companies. Is prepared to confine but sister N. Hltonoookut Canaveral, Fla.| N. N. finny,
write lines to amount over which we have no control, my remarks to the "fetching" -May.; of Nathan Fla. .
any ; anywhere
I the East Coast, you will find among civilized and cultured real ue In the uses, which Is that tbe Charles Frohman has secured for J. M. BARCO rI

people, woman wields an influence human mind Is subject to, and under America Henry' V. Esmond's new three Register

lUB: BAT, DADS COUXTT. and,, ,power literally supreme.. It Is control, of organic conditions, and has act comedy "A Summer Day.'* I','

W.. EWAN, through physical' or mental force by no no Independent capacity, either elementary Ella Hu sell,. the American prima 190 Send the ADVOCATE an order for any ,',, '" t
j printing need. .
donna has been engaged for the Handel you ] ;tr
U. S. ,
COMMISSIONER. means, but simply through the Impress or otherwise. Assuming such <, ,
estiva to be held in London in June ','
Notary Public State at Large. of sentiment, which is Independent] 'of a condition to be true, would bring' up { ,

ode Selected; Conveyances made. mental forces; hence all our communications the question as to what is the substitute ;Jeff De AngeUa will tempt fortune HODGES & GODFREY J ".
star within few weeks lIewUI'bave : .
8pondence solicited. Address again aa a a '
with inorganic conditions offered for such results. I will leave 'I
Bay View; Hotel,Cocoanut Grove, an entirely; new comic opera.,, ,
Office) Ewan's Landing. through Impress of sentiment instead of that question for future consideration, W. L. Buchanan has received high Manufacturers of
if as It is not of the
mental. necessary, a part .'
commendation for his impersonation of
EORGE w. ALLEN, There Is an impress created 'on the present Issue. And In verification of the role' of General Games in "Cuba' Yellow Pine Lumber ;Manufacturers of : '

mind which pertains to personal affairs, I standpoints taken have offered as evidence Vow." '

ATTORNEY AT.LAW, and there Is a foreign or independent many well authenticated facts, William A. Brady has concluded that ROUGH DRESSED, Doors Sash, 'Blinds.Moulding

iI mpress. St. Paul said: "I would do that come directly In conflict. with popular AUriend and Wheeler's latest melodrama Orange Box If ead*, ; ,

West, '. Florida. good, but evil Is ''present' with me." theories and teachings;; but before "New :York," will not do and 'Fruit 4k Vegetable Crate. and Building Material.

HI! practice In the United States That demonstrates the two.distinct Im pouring out their wrath of condemnation it baa been "closed." Lumber delivered.. any part of Indian Rivera i, z

d State Courts.* 9jun96 presses. One Is tbe Impress to do right on me, I ask them first to look to Sadie Martinot is said to have come through bill of tailing. Anyone contemplat.ng Office and Warerooms, King, OppositeCannon ,
building on the Event Count,would do well to
the other the selfish or personal Impress tbe record of; those events, and see whois to the irrevocable determination that a writs fur..rl".r The Hawmlll I*iltuated on tu. Street,
large fixed salary is preferable to the J.,T.A K. W.Ily.,II mile south of falatka.
F. to out selfish I right. I have made no attack on religion -
sarry our desires.. We
of starhood.
alleged joys Sat IitiirPutnam co.,Fla. Charleston SC. .
reason on Impresses manufactured for or missionary enterprises In the '
I abstract; as I have not been discussing James U. Love proposes to reproduce ,
personal but can'treason
purposes, we at the Madison Square Garden In New
DENTIST. on spiritual or independent impresses those questions; but wilL say, from an York, in May, "The Forty-nine Mining Sash, Weights, Cord aDd

aytona,.. Florida. To Illustrate that fact when St. Paul I Individual standpoint, that the 'present Camp," which was a feature of the San ROYAL SypiLLt1JJICWDIIIfIOVICRV. : '

started* out to destroy the Christian n system of religion and missionary works Francisco Midwinter fair. I'IBVIt.r.ULL' Hardware., '

0. FRIES, C. E.' church, he was acting under Impressesof I defective In manipulation(' else. the Arrangements have been completedfor .Many 1&/re U orp.lnful.f for sup.

his own reasoning powers, which was records .are Sadly at fault, simply'cause be a starring tour by Everett King in a ; : =mr SO.4HMI. Window and Fancy Class 4

COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land governed 'by surrounding conditions; we try to teach doctrines we don't repertory of legitimate drama, playing .. .re.na JKanie II*

buj$ his impress to desert was an Independent comprehend ourselves. Hamlet, Borneo, Cawiu in "Jnlinsfcesar" :' 'f : prrer'n'i; t."i'I5 A SPECIALTY.' 'f
legally surveyed and sub-divided. are and two new romantio plays. : _
one, over which he had no control It is true many so absorbed ,,& : &LII:Yl. ..
.... ,
lapping neatly done.. Estimates for and had to accept or reject It.: The in self and eager to, gratify selfish o Sold by J. B. Screven,0a1uy.only,, JIe Choice .

kinds of engineering works. Dis women bf India who throw their babesIn animal desires, that they' practically Ignore rDO' YOU NEED FRUIT TREES? Wines, Liquors r ,
all things else. The are trnel
tunes the mouths of tile crocodile to
a specialty, appease '
unfortunate. As there Is !Inate principle and CigarsGuaranteed / ,.
the wrath of Eicorsloo Rates i
Impressed Cheap k
an angry god, are Via
EDA,8'rIU, Brevard Co., FLORID A. of right governing all human t Citrus Trees at reduced prices. Are Pure. fl
with a reason of their own man budded at the ground on
ufacture,1 and our efforts In the line of conditions, the moment we reach a Florida Rough Lemon stocks. 4-year-old 3,000 of SoUr at reduced .

an.''teCl, -.A. ':asao.In : : missionary work with them has been a standard above a beast, and unless that them are Tardlff, others, are Parson The Plant System. price i

every section at once to sell staple failure. All they seem to have gottennut principle la recognized ,and maintained, Brown, Ruby, Tangerine, Ilomosassa, Imp*rt dTata ''It
s dealers become of loathsome Triumph and Common Grape Fruit, 80o. WlM, ,
; no peddling; experienceifMa0ry we at once a mass, ,
of It is the Impression that they : each 920.25: 100. To Nashville TenD, account Tennessee from An'
; best side line. '76.00 a per Italy. q ,
In estimation
Salary' and should send out missionaries to redeem putrid corruption our own .Ifooas'. Early A Mott's Blood 60c. Centennial'; tickets sold from I all
or large
mml flon made. Address expenses, with 2 cent Us, which they are seriously contemplating and drag through life with all our purposes each, 940 per 100. > points In Florida, via the Plsnt System, John B. Tognl, l lI
tamp/ sealed particulars Clifton oppressed with the load of our Satsuma and Mandarin 40c. each. as follows: Rate from 'Jacksonvillefor '
d Soap at present Our tactics In religious tickets sold I 123: East Bay 8b
Manufacturing Company Clncln .own Iniquities, though we may have Lamb Orange, 600. each. dally on and after April Metropolitan Saloons ,
tJ i i, Ohio. teaching' I Is Incompatible ''withheathen Seedless Grape Fruit, 60o. each, $40 28th, until Oct. 15th Inclusive.14.00: JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
of the standard In ,
single gold *
round-trip limited until Oct. inth.
conditions. They ,are by nature per 100. ,
incapable of comprehending our our vaults and the applause of fools at ,Also all\ of the varieties of peaches Tickets sold dally on and after April i Wholel and lUrtstlL._ ;,:/ '4'

Why WU you boy bitter' nauseating every step, their lives will be a disasterto that are known to be best suited to this 20th until Oct. 15th Inclusive, $17.00, i
toolcs when Grove'. Tasteless ChlfiToJ' system of religion, and only accept it, i If others and a failure with themselves South Florida section Including the limit twenty days from date of sale
M pleasant as Lemon Syrup. at all, In a formal apish manner. We new Free Stone Orange peach that Tickets sold on Tuesdays and Thursdays WEAK MEN MADE VIMtUJUt, i''
druggist teach God's laws must be obeyed. In and Is the of each week April aUth: to Oct. 20th
Is authorized to refund can them forms for personal government originated Orange county, y;
the money In every case where It falls to which is done through force of Ion HABDEE.JKKSEV best peach yet out for this section. Inclusive, $1.t.80::. rouod-trip, limited ten '
-ure. Price 60 days from date of sale. Dally for mill
cents. JAMES
33-10-07 14
but cannot teach them May ,
- reason, we ai tary' companies and bands until Oct :
AXTANTED i higher law, as thatIs'done by independent ORLANDO JTiriisKBr' ,. : Prop'r. mh, $12.80 round-trip, limit ten da,..
MEN OR Winter Haven Fla.
women to Impress and, not by reason; toChrist r What We Inherit. Tbe Plant System operates double dally
Lin travel
5ed house In Florida.responsibler& Salary' : plainly says: "We know not -' 'tX TANTED-FAtTHFUL: :MEN OR car trains line and via!absolutely Montgomery l the and only Atlanta through on wa i %FF 's ,,4

-wand eference.expenses. Poati n permanent whence It. comes or whether It goes." We are not to blame for. We cannotbe V V women to travel for responsible quick and reliable schedules. el.'t era war.sooi ow rfu rand_. qua arae mNaea w dI ale' y'r h',''P''

tamped Enclose self-addressed I We only realize the effect ourselves, and held responsible for tho dispositionsand established house in Florida. Salary To Nashville Tenn., account Seventh ,r.te a dauah.l n ii.a.. In Ow.wti i. k :;
; envelope. The National, Start I accept or reject Its Influences, according tendencies which we derive from '780 and expenses., Position perm.o- Annual Reunion Confederate Veterans, '
I18Ilr&nce.Bldg. Chicago. Jan29,97 our ancestors, nor are we responsible for ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed June 2lnd: to 24th, tickets sold June enter ee*? IIM nt..1. e.N.e.Dl. ,
re'4 hxM
worship self-
to conditions. If money the germs of disease! which may manifest stamped envelope. The National, Star 10th, 20th and 21st, rate from Jacksonville ,,W, r.lYea p edt nrMoneam a.

'nvelopes the way of worship or any other condition Is madea ( themselves. In our blood as heritage Insurance Bldg., Chicago. $U.80: limit ten days from date o.ale. Ira'p11eto4.I alq'yImpua..WUrlbL.n f W oa 01!

noteoandeletter heads bill supreme God, all other influences are from former generations. But we are An extension ot ten day. can 'be NEsmiled t"btr re sp
each, statements, tags, cards, etc t Ignored and rejected. responsible if we allow these Terms to secured by depositing return ticket with ('an a er M Mg las, or wt p .s.n.w 1 i
WUhaU be glad to have a share o[ your develop Into serious diseases which will Notice. joint agent at Nashville not later than rltan w..N. S.C0S u. { {
;cork We must accept or reject spiritual Impair our ,usefulness and destroy our June :mh.! Double dally trains with

conditions through the channel of Independent happiness.We are responsible If we In Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit through cars. via Plant System y

va-The Walton Rapid OalklngMachlDe, Impresses, from the fact that transmit to our descendants the disease of Florida, hand. for Brevard To Chattanooga; Tenn.,'International Sold by J. D. Screven, only e f

Mtuav1Ue One,15; No. two. 110; No. three, ll mental forces cannot deal with Inorganic germs which It Is possible for us to eradicate ,County Convention B. '. I'. U., tickets sold July ,
,.F1a. of by the use of Hood's Sarsaparilla, jOhaonrllle. Bt. AnRimtln & 13th to Uth Inclusive, one fare for O V.AHS*
conditions; and from standpoint tbe one true blood purifier. This medicine Indian River Hallway Company rodnd-trip from all points via Plant SXFMMIIOC

I-We have just received another en p- reason Is simply a matter of speculation, has power to wake rich, red blood now Company the Florida" Kant Cuant Hallway }'d. System. From Jacksonville 14.00, limited ,
) various and establish health In place. of to Jaljr 21st. An etteuslon of f ,
very fine grades of tobacco seed. which readily accounts for the. perfect V8. return ,
"oho 61Ch wilt be R'hen' away to any person theories on the question of posterior disease The Brevard a corporation.County State Bank, limit to August 15th can be obtained r
will plaut"' by depositing: ticket with
'r lend, on the East Coast Call existence. As false human knowledge will TO the Brevard County State Bank a corporation agent It
"* P d-addre8sed envelope for Javelle ail ordinary' domiciled al Oo" m, Brerard County, at Chattanooga prior to July 19th.
ame to the ADVOCATE omce. reaches, we pass through temporal life .talaelrom linen It Is made by mixing Florida,and all other peraon Intereated In or For further Information address
- without "knowing whence we came or having claim upon CIte north-half of the R. L. TODD, O. II. HOWABD, tSAos '..ARRR.gL .
a pound of sal soda and 5 cents' 'worth _tbwMe.0' tbe nonbeaM quarter of DIr.P.c..dltt'
wblther we We have many doctrines notion M. tnwiuhtp 14 (oath range 30 met,' InBrwvard ; City oEaaN.aOOFYRSONTN
of chloride of lime with two quarts of county, riorlda./ Q. W. rarkhlll, City Ticket Agt., des ,
posterior exis ....... ....._
concerning our soft water Put In a earthen vessel.. are hereby notified to be and appear In Jacksonville, Fla. _AUTO aeeLla.. "attNi w....iM her.M.lateenq. r. '
what medium do we YOU circuit Court of the State of Florida F. )(. Diy Pass. = -
tence. Through Jolly Agt. Tampa, MrMtel
to the stain and then rinse off being :. ::= 'Fl
doctrines f Simply Apply for Brevard county,at too Clerk's office In II. G. Uavcra/t T. P. A. .....a&r'l *et.tl.
or reject those the se .. ,.ea ietoa.8CIEMTIFIO .
accept 1'tnrvllN.poa
let bands.As a i
careful not to it Aafea..n.N
get on ,
your .. .
treading L
.t ee.Mlnltye
dealers bro tA. -
: through the medium of belief,whichis riROT MONDAY: Iii JULY,A D MOT.to '., 1gt.Y.1ralN.la mb
I supposition of an sbew what Inter*** yon have In the above '
everywhere sellERRVStEE nothing more the strength of a bulldlngf'depend neeertbed btad.and to inow why a part of Itdennrtbed / AMERICAN, tl
unknown event, as a]known fact Is not a the solidity of Its foundation so In a petition Sled by the complainant --:::r.m----. lrs.el etrjnlatlo* of U
? upon In this eaves In the CIrK'ofBc*In TltuUte entbeSUt j TAMPS ) r
belief, and these beliefs are formed from health depend* upon the condition of day of Mar, A D taws, ehuuJd not b* lu-sr m---.F-.I .
conditions In life surrounding the blood. To expel Imparities and taken for in*one of the complainant a*a rightofway I tllfiriLSIEALS Jruo* ., .
,, various
P the
ktful.tuae.Mbee..d.r. ease the vital fluid to become vigorous for IM railroad or ele*bel.rbarNdIn MUNN CO.,
17.I. and from the standpoint of Uus bebalC. ,.Mew Tevk.mnt .
wdiwuNw N them, Is l' Ml Bw 4w>
and life-giving. Ayers S.rup.rillafloe
1w eWk./4 1.11o findIt. Ordered at the Clerk**eiBo* ?
4. Lewate. Italr { CaA fact, leaves the question where we most powerful .udeffective medIcineIn ) atT1..v11Y.!.lit... IIIh day off r Ii

.*..fwaa.e..d soulwe.rtRRT. These facts prove the mind Is the aae. f Se.l fHaJ.4D.." = i. ;

.ao e ,., product of organic matter, and can only Cireala.Cert.I -a.A.ftWAJtT- ; : ;, ;; ; PL M tf-An Idea SsSS
w: stela affairs. If you want a man to do something, Bobbin* Graham. Cterk Circuit Court S "t&ur\ ?
grasp temporal ..rya car eompWllAaCo By c 0.nyl .-..y .Yaltgl .IN IMF SQUfh I
The mind Is simply M agent through find a nan that believes something. .Je/yJ D.C. ,.=rr...: fi l =-

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: .4.IIDI1I RIPER ADVOCATE,,+ during the first six months of Ills Last summer I happened In the market BOCIKTIKS: ETC._
several times when the beat fruit of the
tenure. There will ,be only one & Summer
season was being unpacked and .aotloed Spring : Goods
', ...w..eL'! JOURNAL DIVOTBD TO Taw DSTfMomBirr police foroe, under a bipartisanboard bow the pines looked. I was there INDIAN RIVER GUARDS.
a or Tea IKDIAM BIVWB, 145 of fourvas at present. The when they were opening tremendous Drill at the Armory over nounty Jail everyraesday ,
ia loads of Smooth Cayennes, Abbakas and evening la the T YYSATaeeCaptain.
1 WOBTH, JTO BIMATinl BAT.BOriOM.. department of public works A.
: other varieties and I asked the man selling

abolished, and water supply, sewer them what, could they be purchased To Storekeepers Only : ".. .. '..
PCBL18HXD EVERY .* *DAT. bridge and street bureaus will replace fur. INDEPENDENT: ORDER GOOD TEMPLAR3.TltiiHVllle ;

' I MEMBER OF It, their heads to be appointed "He replied that be would begin at 3S Lodge No. 17 meet every Tneulay

n by the mayor:. cents, but that before sundown he would evening 7.30: in Pre byterlao obnl'C>b. Public 'We now bane a Complete Stock of tbe aboye
THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, There will be take 16 centa. I asked him. what was meeting lint Tuesday in each month. -named
a municipal legislature
the matter and be said they
' a' AFFILIATED WITH THE of two houses, a council of knocked Ito, pieces In shipping. You were, Beo't. C.T. Gocds, at Low Prices. .

* National Eflitorial Amociation. 28 members elected from designated gentlemen, put them on the cars carefully -
Monqnlto Nets, on frames, and In the piece, fine meshes
think ; Sand-fly
i districts, and an assembly of five and perhaps yon they are CUUKCIIKS.EISCOPAL nettim--
Screen cloth Cotton Crashes for Suits; Straw hats; Wash Cottonodeg
handled as carefully all the through: ; ; Summer
CBA. H. WALTON, Editor.A Pronrletor.DlMOnntlnuanoa members from each of the 21 sena but they are lolled on the cars way, slammed Lawns; Wash goods, White goods Ducks, eta We keep everything usually in
torial districts in the Greater'New CHURCH. In and aim to best value
around when transferred, piled on top tif demand; are prompt shipments give for the money
of advtu.''must be made personally York. Of course Brooklyn and each other; and generally knocked about. Ifervloen the 2ml and 4th Sunday In each Liberal dealings our motto.

', i at this office or by ""ntlnc.A"lr"s. Long Island City are names no hi understand you ship something] ke every month Sunday,at Ilk.at m.8 and:30 a.7:00 m.p.Evening m. Sunday, prayer school at BENEDICT, POLLAK & CO.,

longer known on the sixty to a crate, which I think Is too S p, ui. on Wednesdays. Litany service every
"q ', all ooinmunloatloni io map. many., I want you to jcet all the money Friday at 10 a.m. 32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.
*Greater New York covers' territory ,
: a you can, and my object I Is to tell you Ray B. F. BRowN, Rector.,,

l, INDIAN IUVER, ADVOCATE, of 3591 square miles 32 boW You have noticed how beer I III

d TITDIVU&B, FLOLIDA.t'1 miles long and 16 miles wide, with shipped In barrels of ten dozen, which PRESBYTERIAN, [ CHURCH. =
estimated of about Olin be thrown around Ic any way. Well Services every Sabbath at 11 a.m.and JAMES PRITCHARD, President; W.; 1DROWN.\ Vice-President. :
an population' they slide the battles into cheap paper Sunday .hool at a:45 a. m., Clots Gamier, C. S. Schuyler, Cashier .
Cbeck,eto.,may b*made payable to CHautiH. 3,400,000, second in both respects If ftupt Prayer meeting on Wednesday eveningat
r .,,,WALTON, ,publlaber, and proprietor_. only to London. The first mayor you wrappers.could wrap wrappers thorn around were the pines so tend 730.:our The service nubile,. are.oordlally Invited to at-

-- will be elected November 2nd next. and ship In crates of halt the*eize, you H. M. GOODKLL, Pa tol'. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

A of Greater New York' would get twice as much money ae you
A MASS meeting was held at Key map may BAPTIST CHURCH.
West last,week to make arrange. be seen in the ADVOCATE office. do."I would also advise that you do not Preaching every second and fourth Sundays (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)

ments to celebrate the Mth anni.versary hip your pines as ripe as you do. The morning and evening.. Prayer Meeting every .
of the reign of Queen Vic ones I receive now come half ripe., At Wednesday evening at 7:00 o'clock. Sunday 'r"' Authorized capital, $100,000 I
THE INDIAN RIVER BAND. the time those School every Sunday at 9:411: a.m. Also preaching Paid
pines were selling at up capital
toria. A large crowd was present, flrat Sunday at Lattrauge; Second Sunday, $25,000
., '- Fulton Market; I bought a carload of Oak UU1.. All are cordially Invited to attend. -.s" Average deposits $150,000
and addresses were made by many There is one institution of which apricots at 91.35, which were carefully B. A. GKIOBB.Pastor. / w"" ____
leading citizens. Grand civic and packed, with paper between each tier. '
military paradee, fireworks and the people of this town should be It they can do that way with apricots METHODIST CHURCH. -:- ---,-' Transacts a General Banking
if proud, and that is the band. The ;you can do it with pine. When I see a ,
other wtll be In order. We
events perfect manner in which they) rendered nice apple offered for what I will give, I Regular' services every first third and fonrtbSuniI.y. : Business
sl, also understand Jacksonville will at 11 a. m. and 7:no p. m. Sunday "
the various" pieces at their feel sorry fur tile growei. Apples which ttuhool every Sunday at 10-00: a., m. Epwortu I :
celebrate on the 4 above auspicious would sell In England for seven shillingswill League each Sunday at 1&:80: p. in. Prayer meeting I Largest and Oldest Bank
occasion. I.not bring twenty-five cents. u IA G nignt was a revelation to many Among tne uptown fruiterers in New at 3:no p ra.. Everybody welcome every at Wednesday our church .' Exchange sold on all Foreign Countries.
who had not heard them' for some York, I do not see any of your fancy servli.es. r l __

IT seems that the Cuban war laIn time. We would suggest/, that a varieties. There Is no reason why you ,A., W. J. BEST, Pastor. DIRECTORS
measurable distance of a 'settlement Tittle more hearty applause from should not get '1 for a pineapple,, for JA..PITCEARDW.B.BARNETT(Preeldeet
the ones sold in Fulton Market were .of the National Bank ot Jacksonville .
h ) J
either by purchase .of the tbe listening( throng should be worth 41, but sold at :M cents. WhetherIt CATHOLIC CHURCH. ... 'DOBK.S (Vice-President National Banker R.
t+r Island or otherwise. If,this Is to vouchsafed the 'players, for noth was due to over-ripeness or bad pack- Service' at 10 a. m. every Sunday, In new Jacksonville), and W. M. BBOWN.

be the end of the long, destructive ing can be more disheartening than'i log, I could not any. The man said Church catechism building at 8 p.,m.North Titusvllle. Children's v National COBRESPOND1CNTS.8eaboard .

struggle between, Spain; and its dependent to feel that you are doing your I they had been knocked to pieces In RBV.J.F.O'norLaRector.MUNICIPAL v+ National Bank of.Jaok Bank Dvl11e.of New York 20 mil
shipping. If you will them as the,
r province, it ,were, a pity best to please and" to know that beer is wrapped, you wrap will make more 7. USVILLE: FL 4.
9 + this course had not been pursued your.efforts are worthy' of approbation money." ,

Yatt, ,long' since, before the ;.island f was and yet to close a difficult TOWN COUNCIL.R. .

'impoverished, useful lives'thrown piece, the rendition of -which has Cocoa. .F.Hall, R.8.Smith,marMhal; J.A. '
\away, and horrible barbarities com called forth.your best powers, in a Happeraette,tax oollectorl) G.Cury-EIwes,cleric MIAMI: !
4'' and .aexeseorl) J. M. Dixon W. R. Knox, Geo. -
mltted in comparison with which .
dead silence. Of course, there Is a W.Scohle, R. C.eSc Tho*. W. Lundcouncilmen. .
the horrors of any modern war large proportion of a Saturday Rev. B. A. Geiger, Baptist, will preach fourth 1 in council meets second and
1 link Into here next Sunday, at the usual hour. Monday each month.
insignificance. night audience, to whose materialistic .

g :., r X.... .. .. t. natures the niceties' real Mrs. James Brown of Rockledgo, .
went north, to Titusvllle, Monday Lots Now Sale !IA
THIS unspeakable Turk II not a music does not appeal, to whom on

subject to inspire respect, as a general the sudden drop from the lively Rev. E. E.. .Johnson preaches In St. BOARD.
the Mark's church next Sunday, at the usual J. S Bnowden, Tltuvllle; A. .L. Hatch,. City
allegro to sweet soft
t,, rule, but, it is impossible to andante hour Point) *)>E.Miller, Malabar.
read of his utter fearlessness in the movement, is an incomprehensiblejumble '' : .E KINGSLEY General Agent For
'Mrs. J.
tl M. Paine left on the East
of sounds?, and who COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
face of and
danger, sometimes even appreciate Coast Line Monday for her home" In i I ,
almost certain death. without a nothing more than a good Minneapolis W. H. Sharpe, Sharpen, chairman; Joseph *
:Mendel', LaUrange; J. R. Walker lltusvilfe, Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle.
,feeling of admiration stealing over noisy march composed (chiefly of Miss Kate Eyer is the possessor of anew Jno. Houston,Eau Gallle; R. I>. Hoke,Jensen.
us, whereas the craven fear of 'the the loud beating of drums and the Ideal wheel. R. B. Ilolmes re- month.Regular aemloniare, held first Monday In each

"' Greeks can call forth nothing but s.1. -ari t\9 nvmhAI.! hut., ."..tlr tit. AS*A ceived It for'her on Monday. CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn

contempt, notwithstanding the fact are enough lovers of ;music; who I Capt. John Lewis sailed the Minerva, COUNTY OFFICIALS. .

that our sympathies naturally rest can understand the more ambitious I carrying Mr. and Mrs. Snyder and, Mrs. Minor S.Jones, Titusvllle, county judge; D. all parts of the Town. Carefully Selected

with the latter. Personal bravery efforts of the band, and who would, Wilson to the beach Monday L.AA.Stewart Gaulden, ,Tltu Tttusvtlleclerk( yllle, prosecuting circuit attorney court :J.; Fruit and

covers a multitude of sins, and not be stinting in their plaudits if S. B. Ivey, agent for the Singer sewIng F. Wooten Cocoa, tax assessor; E. W. lull, Vegetable Lands on

a. though"might ia not right, it U far they knew bow great a difference a machine, Is in Cocoa on busloena. Sharpes"" IWO,tax.collector H. Same,Courtenay A. T. Feaster" Buperlnteadent ,Tltusville-, :Miami: : River mid lOay lOi&cayne.By .
He has :
little show of enthusiasm sold seven machines since he has Instruction; J. O. Fries, Orlando,
;, preferable to an exhibition of ,ab pleased been here. county surveyor;J.P.Brown,Tltusvllle,eherUI. Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers. .
: .ject fear makes to the players.
Miss Julia Roberts went to Titusvllle Main Office 'Hotel Miami MIAMI FLORIDA
for a few days Monday. She will extend DEED blanks lOc. each; 93.00 per 100, at -. ,

WHILE we certainly appreciatethe THE ARBITRATION TREATY. her trip to New Smyrna, and be there. ,, the ADVOCATE office.
good-wiil of "Miamite" and for some time. .

"Lex"! in defending the ADVOCATE Chris Morton\ In placing his new mast first a
against' the anonimously signedand Bya small majority the Senateof In bill sloop, evidently started a leak, for FOR class shoemaking and repairingcall
the United Saturday night the boat on J. A.' .
untruthful attacks States has decided went down oil Washingtonavenue

the Star during the publishedin past two that if difficulties arise between Singleton's: dock. Titusvllle, Fla. {Shoes made. HOMESEEKERSWho} : '

weeks this country and Great Britain they tiev. J. L. Wilson has the Palmetto to order In fine style. = .
cannot possibly see :
must be decided by force of Lodge cottage: all to himself, and keeps
wherein armt.
comes the good from such bachelor's ball while
the rest of the ''lnr All communications for this
communications. Reference We can discover no good reason family are at the beach. paper
to the should be addressed "TuE ADVOCATE
few notes published in the' ADVOCATE for the rejection of the arbitration Mrs. Louis Cherry and family have Titusvllle, Fla." This will Insure Immediate are Seeking a Home in the

,I of the 6th of April, speak fore treaty nor do we think I it Is by any taken up their residence at Palmetto atter\.Ion. .'

V 'heD 1Jelvel. The above commiml4 means the wish of ,a majority of Lodge for the summer They will be South should
4 cations which are' ,rather too the American people, though,, It most pleasantlylooated. U. S. Department of Agriculture send to the undersigned

will probably be looked in Miss Ellen A. Paine left last '
strong .against "No. 14,899 AvenuetM upon Friday Weather
\ Bureau
; : D," who"U evidently afraid to'sign that light by our cousins on the for Miss a few days' visit with. a classmate, --Jupiter, Fla. for a copy of the *
other side of the Atlantic. Lookedat Allen at Port Orange, before going .
his name are declined with north. She will Tho
join her mother on following is a comparative state.
tb'anks. Perhaps some of our contemporaries from,. business point of view, Monday's train at that place Groin north. I ment of temperature and rainfall for the

o will publish them. it cannot be considered otherwise Rev. Best preached last Sunday, at the week ending Tuesday, May 11, 1807. 'Florida East Coast '
'" --- -- than as a grave misfortune, whenwe Methodist church, both morning "jlnd -M807- -180CDATB. -

take into account the fact that evening, to good audiences, two excellent MAX. MHT. MAX. WIN. .
,THERE are more of killing 5 77 62
ways our eommaroial.relatione with our discourses. He went to City Point 82: 09
"J a cat than drowning it, and there la the afternoon and filled an 0 78 05: 76 6*
best will appoint.merit
are more ways of ':shaving than customer be thereby re at that place. .7 78 70 78 65: We have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing,'and for
and that 8
it will have the 73 73 70 73 Winter and Summer
wltb'a, razor. In an account of effect of limiting financial confidence Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Snyder and son, \0 80 72 78 flO Homes. Climate the healthiest In the United States.

'Captain Cook's last voyage to the between the Otis, and Mrs. E. '.. Wilson and daughter 10 80 73 70 70 Apply to .
two nations.
Pacific ocean it i Ie recorded that Aline, went to Cocoa Beach on Mon. 11 81 73 80 01
plc The best opinions of this countryare day, for a few days stay and opportunity Total JAS. E.
the inhabitants of the friendly of rainfall for the week: trace mocks INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner
without bathing in the .
exception, favorableto ocean. Mr. Snyder Departure from
normal rainfall '
islands for the X
?, shave. their- heads. .with asnark' settling disputes! in a peaceful had never seen the Clean<< and anticipated week: minus 1.14 inches. Departure FLORIDA EAST COAST K'Y,
a most
; w tooth, SIUCK into the end delightful time. from normal rainfall since
manner, ana the January '
gentlemen woo 1.
of .,IUck. first wetting the hair plus 10.11lncbe.. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.-
have assumed responsibility of Tuesday, as W. O.,. Paterson was passIng ,
with a rag dipped in water; and defying the plainly expressed on Dellanoy avenue with J, M. J. W. CRONK, Observer ;' .

that the men shave their beards wishes of the Sanders' delivery team, the horse ran
people should in the
'with two sheila, one of which they away throwing Patenon out and bruis
1'a place under small very unlikely evens of war break ing him some. The wheel of the wagon J. S. JOHNSON CO. TOBACCO SEED TO BE GIVEN
of the
,part ing out between the two countries, just graced his head. It was a narrow Away to any person who will plant Iii Established IMS. -
,beard while they scrape that partoff escape from serious Injury. In Brevard county. Call at
be forced to shoulder their the ADVo-
t with the other. The process: is :and do the fighting which might guns The choir of St. Mark's church will MwtufMturani of or GATE, send: office TjtuBvllle, and get some. 'L BARBOT & ,CO.
said tObe tedious but stamp! to pay postage ,
not painful. have been avoided but for their give an entertainment Wednesday evenIng ....Fishing Supplies.... .
i, We should'be inclined, however, td May 10th at the home of Mr. Gardner General Commission.IrSiiSsi .
craving pose as apostles of Jin. llardee for ,
,favor ,the more civilized method. the purpose of purchasIng
goism. Our interests are so inextricably a new organ for the church. No admission WANTED ,FAITHFUL MEX ORestablished .
netted together,, both In fee ,will be charged, but Ice to travel A GREATER NEW YORK. regard to business relations and in cream cake and lemonade will be for ran and boulI8 ln Florld Salary ;s !
___ sale, at reasonable prices. The Cocoa MPen Position perman JflJlSf IJlfrf
every other way, that war between orchestra has kindly offered to play durIng Cotton and Linen Netting; Rope ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed !

Governor Black has signed the America and England would not the evening. Everybody U. Invited Corks, Leads Twines, Eto. Fishing stamped envelope. The National, Star so =
f Greater New York charter. Greater only be a foolish undertaking but to come and have a good time. Tackle of every Description; Hooks, Insurance Bldg., Chicago. 329

I It New York ',covers a territory ,of even a downright sin; and in these Lines, Rods, Reels, Sinkers, Baits, etc & 331 Poydras St.,

t 359J miles 32 miles would tPTARPON.TACKUB! A NEW ORLEANS-.
s square long amount almost If not The V. _.. SPECIALTY. ,
> w Wo
Ift and 16 miles wide, with :an estimated quite, to a civil war ."Wouldn't feel Baltimore Md. New York : Canal Bank.
population of about yon helpless; Emeltae, Dental Parlors REFERENCE. Metropolitan BanIK.
3,400- if you heard the wolf at lOur door?" I Commercial Agencies..

000, which. can 'only be beaten by I ,WJRA1-P1NO PIXEAPPUES. 4'Not much. I'd pull him in by the Pineapple, Orange and Lemon .

London. The following is a synop. : ears and make a lovely rug out of him. Lund For Sale, Cheap.
sis of the new charter: The mun Detroit Free PressCoa.IWy. Tobacco. Plants and Seed to 1*

1Cf icipality is divided into, five boroughs East At Gout tilts season pineapple of'the year, when our I have for sale 80 acres of pineapple .Given Away.
Manhattan, Bronx Brook. FraoC land on St. Lucle river a few miles be-
ship their fruit and
are looking forward low
'. lyn, Queens and Richmond, which to receiving good return., it may "Those people next door are still in quarter Eden of northeast 40 of which being northeast The J., T.xw:R'y company
+ are in turn each sub-divided into not be out of place for the ADVOCATE to their honeymoon." 18, township 38 south quarter of section Permanently giving away, free, tobacco plants to any
"Do think of range 41 east Located. one living
publish a few timely remarks upon the you so? ; along the line of the railway.
ten council the other 40
districts. The is the
t. mayor wrapping of pineapples, given by Mr. "Yea. He got' shopping with her." of northeast quarter Nearly 1,1East ot Florida.1 ilr. W. T. Wood general freight agent;
southeast At,
;; will be elected for four quarter of section S, No. 1 of the
years, at a Harvey Tomllnson of New York before Chicago Record. 38 Bay Street. road, has bad a considerable
township south of
salary of 15,000 per annum, Instead the members of the Indian River and 'Th'aboveland be range 41 east. ALL OPERITiOJS CD1RAKTEED. quantity of young plants grown by an
of for two Lake Worth Pineapple Growers' Association A can bough for $10 '' expert tobacco grower, and the young
years.at $10,000 new play Ye Mariners of England per acre. It Is suitable for pineapple. 'Prices will he plant
time Ie will be the
as at present. With the exception I follows: some: ago which' were.- aa ,'' by Robert Buchanan and Charles orange, lemon or lime growing. GeldFllliags:......_-,.__ 'mu ...FoUo".1...... farmers who wish distributed among Several
for them.
e f the Marlowe the chief Will be sold In lots of 40 Other Fullu..... .... .... .. g 1.00&lip
of which will for .
comptroller who will be "I have had occasion to visit Fulton seen cash. acres, ''P1a_,..... .... .. JIG 10 1.00 different; kinds of seed nave been planted -
elected by popular vote, all munlcI ]Market, New York frequently and also show tb* death' of Nekton on the Victory per acre.This. land will soon, be worth fAO Seta hsrr beIIt).::.:..:::::..... J8BBS: Including Sumatra, Vnelto Abajo

offlcers will be appointed by :the beat fruit dealers la the city. I have will b* produced experimentally inUw Applyto C. It. Irregnlariues corrected. Persian, or Turkish Sumatra, and other
a for Xngliab $T Yarietl .
anything from provinces. Yourpatronsge
eye Florida
who office to solicited.
ppe mayor remove at will ; or Robbins A Graham Titus.viii.
may F.
A. The
I though I am not a pineapple grower .. HENLEY,D.D.S.. ADVOCATE: aJ.o... some Vnelta
eu Manager.
Phone 671. Jacksonville Abajo and Sumatra tobacco seed to give
i e IK, 'e Fla. away. Call, or send stamp for some.




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I church for brought Revival the, to past and services Christ.ten many days have souls In been the.are held M.being here&: / E R TI I LIZ E R S. lr :.i''i'

+ A The rainfall has been
quite heavy I In .
this this week. 1
section Many tomatoes '
OY are and the guava trees
have put on a very heavy crop of fruit. SPECIAL PRICES ,

I 0NGP S. Kitching bas charge of a rain' guag ill
and thermometer here for
U. S.

bureau Department), he having of Agriculture accepted the(position weather W: JiD..e Iii :.f

, of Beautiful voluntary obnerver. __ ppie @o@ G-1:0-weUTS.. ,

moonlight nights are now ,
causing many of our citizens to sail over : I
I I to the shoves of Old Ocean, and hunt for Pl.n.onpp1o: : For'tl.1:1.zors': : ti III ':' f.

the turtles which come out in the sum. ". Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to i tt,
mer months to deposit their eggs. Compounded with I chemicals 1 suitable for the plant, and has been 't "

IWDER thoroughly tested with excellent results.GUARANTEED us for prices, and we will prove to you Ve can save you money : :.J
. TRY a gallon of Hard-Time Whiskey at {
[Absolutely Pure.' *2.25, at Losley & Renaker's. Titus- hiB ANALYSIS: STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE, III ,"

lta| (treat leavening strength vllle, Fla. Vessel extra. Ammonia . . .;. . ... .y"> .'.." ...:5 to 6 percent. BLOOD'AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE, ,

iprulnese.tor A Seuree the food common against to! Phos. Acid. ... . . ... j. .. .." .0 to 7 per cent. DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA, .,'. '

ell trends.forme of adulteration Melbourne.GOODK '. Potash. .... ... .. . . .. ...'..". . .4 to 6 per cent SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS, E-I '/.',
POWDER CO. )New York. '
MJUNO & .OOODR.-Real: Lute: 'anan n- Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON" SEED :MEAL, HARDWOOD ASIIES, >4s-. '
Agent for Xtnn: London \ '
and Liverpool and
Globe.and Il\Illerh&1' Fire Insurance Special mv-:; Special Mixtures compounded*with machinery at very low, COTTON SEED IIULL 'ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.
, attention paid to the interests of non teat- I .0 ,
Banyan. uenta. H prices. i


> I ii very badly needed in this violn- HOTEL Beautifully CARLETON situated MKLBOURNB.on: a high; bluff: FLA.-over Please Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send t for # '
) looking the Indian River. Flrawlass acoom T>
Wi "
.,and rates. rennonahle. *
> | Scott and family were visiting F. ROBERTSON Proprietor. rl Pamphlet. l
'loon Sunday laut.IB. I II 1 1
I 1
I' B. LaRoche, of Courtenay, is Rev. W. C. Barnes was dowp the river ,
nil a few days with her sister, last Sunday. ,
ellle Sams, in Banyan. J'aol :e'J.oJ:1:
sors.ri11o. .
Mrs Clara D. Maclean was the guest .a.:1\: :
|Field was in Bapyan on Saturday of
, Mr. and Mrs. John Goode from Sat- ., .
oklnff over his ne.wly-purcbased ''
{ urday until Monday.
land. He will soon begin bis'. Mr. P., P. Powell U Eau Gallie. tend; the'programme will be good '
lemento.flvcments. now Chicago < f
attending to business, but his family is i Miss Venetia Mime wan given a faro- G. G SPRINGER x .,
are still being{ made still in their pleasant home here. well party by her friends here, Wednesday ,
he Inland.< Ragan Bros are clearre Mrs. A. W. Sweet left for her homeat evening. She leaves on Saturdayfor \ "
land and building a .wharf.old Messrs. C. L. and Ernest' Taylor, also \'.
) Titusvllle on Monday. her home at Mime, and will be sadly .
build nice : Miss Mamie Taylor, of Eau Gallie droveto Manufacturer Retailer and Of --- ;I, '
will soon a cottage, missed by our people, having made many 4 Shipper ,
arsome land for pineapples. J. our town on business, last Friday. Oov. Oleason is visiting Jacksonville, friends during her here. '
1111 I building a wharf for J. R. his familiar face being much missed dur- stay .. .;
and also one for S. Jones, of Geo. and Walter Haslehurst are still ing his absence. )
at work the
on Episcopal church at Eau AND' ;
We hear of more soon to be: Gallie, which they expect to. finish Major Lovett, of Jacksonville, was In Roseland.Theo. IC EIDistillecL

shortly. town recently, accompanied by his fair .'

font just received the sad news Of and lissome daughter. Dickens has returned from I .
Friday evening the C. E. & E. L. I "
th of frank Sanders, which colon Societies will give an entertainment at The cool breezes w,' are now having Toledo, and Is again employed at Ercll- !
the 3rd Inst.,-at the home of Miss Grace Cummlngs' pleasant home, make delightful/ days and restful nights doune plantation Water .
Iherln Hawthorne. He left here at Melbourne Beach. typical Florida East Coast weather. 'J
few weeks ago, appareptly in E. F. Adams has moved from his creek ,
I health, and was only ill three We deeply sympathize with Mr. and The schooner Princess, Capt. J. A. place and is at present stopping at River ..
jrltb congestion of the stomach. Mrs. E. P. Wright'in the ad death of Gilbert, oarried'a merry party to Cocoa View Cottage with W. E. Futon.: Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers. I
I was among us only a few months, their beloved daughter, Mrs. Henry C. last Sunday, _returning in the evening.Mrs. The vegetable and pineapple Industries 'II'
quiet sober, .Christian 'dispodoared Kirby, of Cleveland, Ohio, who spent a N. S. Gibson who has been visit- aredead at this place. We still hold our FACTORIES....;.., w
him to the hearts of all. part of lost winter with her parents here; Ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. own In the drange groves, both sides Cocoa and West ,Palm Beach.
*ted to return Banyan in the and we also extend to her Bryan,. returned. to her home at Miami of the river having groves which show ,:. '
It t alas the was called to his home bereaved husband and darling children.In op Monday. no signs of the big freeze. _. ---' :t'i
Ithe river, where we bope and loving remembrance: ,'1
f he Is at rest. His. relatives have Rest In peace, oh, noble mother Frank Hatch, our gentlemanly night Roseland has an orange tree, which, '
rtfelt sympathy In their sad For God's will must be done;., operator at the F. E. C. Railway station, to ybur correspondent at least, Is a SEEDS FOR SUMMER CROPSIL% .
lenient I Thou art but not forgotten > has been sent south for special duty on curiosity. It Is a well grown tree about ,
In the mind of one. the pineapple trains. 20 years old. As It did not appear to be _._._ i I

.ember the ADVOCATE,. Titusoea Ouf' school every }[r. and Mrs; H. C. Gray, of IIarford In as healthy condition as the other trees, Millet Pearl or Caltact . . . . . . ,2 cta per lb., post paid dl
all kinds of job Give- with public closed on the'6th'; Mills, N. Y.,< having spent a very pleas- the owner dug under it to see what and was the Millet German . . . ... . .. . . . 20cU: ". .
are of work. printing.- "\ a most interesting programme, ant season in Florida, left last Monday the matter. The tap root was gone Amber Cane. ?' . ..... . . . . . . .2ftct:. U II is> "
your ] consisting of songsf last recitations, dia- for their northern home. tree was hollow. Now comes the queer be Kaffir Corn, (white or rod). . . . . . . .2 ots U ," "' ,
logues, reading Family5 of all a play, part, the hollow part was found to Jerusalem Corn. : . . . . ... . . . . roo. ,,2IJet ". .
Hard-Time entitled "The Ruggles and was Miss Pattie Howes, who has been visiting full of clay and there was, the also a'very Sorghum . ',' .& .'. . r. . < . . ... ..2BoU U .' U &* ,, 'i. .
lion Whiskey, only $2.25 well acted by those who took part. Miss Mrs. Hatch,'at Sarno, left on Monday's queer animal Inhabiting tree. adequate At Sunflower/ . . . *. . . .' ... 20cts per quart. ., : ,.
(vessel extra) at Losley & Mattie Brown, as Mrs. Ruggles, was train for Fort Pierce, where she the present writing I can give no Cow Whlpporwill Red LadyflngorsWonderful 'and Conct. Send
Ikor's, Tltusvllle. fine. The Misses Emma Mitchell, Alma will remain a few days prior to returningto disorlptlon of the animal but no peas, Clay I :
Seed hand. ;
for Full stock of Reliable always on r
Martine, Annie.Morgan and Adeline Bur- her home at Oak 1111 one who ha seen It knows what it is. prices. v "1: Jf,!
nelle each did well In their parts, and L. CAMERON, Seedsman, '
Archdeacon Brown will officiate at the ,'
Courtenay. our little men, Willie Gibbs, Willie Morgan 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. "
service at the
Frank Bennett, James Gard Homer Episcopal next Sunday Fort: Pierce. ._ ._ I'
Casino. Morning service at 10:30; .-..-. .-_ .. --- -- -Ji.-'- --'- ..
Conklin, Lester Ellis, Francis Fee, Pres- eve-I' ..
I!to needed very:badly. cott Wells Charlie ning service, with lecture, 7:30.: All
Lockwood, Clarence Butler, Frank Gibbs welcome.Mr. Mr. Martin left New York Monday
[mosquitoes are beginning to sing The Jacksonville Fertilizer CO'J'i:
\, Sweet Home." and Harry Whiting each won honors for Goble and Miss Goble, who have Miss Patty Howes, of Oak Hill, is on : 4
themselves and their kind teacher, MissS. bebn guests of Hotel Granada the past a visit to Mrs. Hill, of this place.
11 won't we ride when we get Hopkins, who has won the heart of winter left Monday last for their homeat 1
*trio railway from Courtenay to all parents and friends Of the school by Newark N. J. Mr. Goble has spent The ring of the hammer can be'heard 0 :IiJ. S'1J'DLO"VE7'Gon'1: : : :lUnnaaor.: : .. :
ritt. her earnest work and kind words of 'en many winters In Florida, being an old on all sides Parties are busy making (LATE CHAPMAN & SUDLOW.) '

B. Same moved back to' his old couragement to all. friend of the late John Grpeo, who established crate. South Jacksonville Florida. _s'; : !

In Beaufort, S. C., last week, after Capt. ,Chester McFadden, of the Sarno. T. Mitchell has boon In town the last (1" I
|>g several years on Indian River.arper schooner Queen, took a number of Messrs. Boynton and G. B.. Snell leave few days In connection with' the Pine- MANUFACTURER OF *-

of friends over toJVIelbourne Beach, for a returned from a month's visit to the apple Association. i
Banyan last Mon-
spent .
ght in Courtenay, visiting his dip in the ocean aDd a picnic on the Everglades, where they accompaniedMessrs. H.'B. Archibald, of Jacksonville, wasa FERTILIZERS. For Pineapples Oranges and .}
|r,F. P. Harper. beach. Among those on board,. we Johnson and Winslow, of Phila pleasant visitor In town Wednesday, ,. ,
noticed lira. P. P. Powell, !Mrs R. W. dolphin Mr. Snell brought back a large shaking hands with his many old friends
IE.Eo Johnson, of> Cocoa, delivery Goode, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Metcalf, Mr. panther skin as an evidence of the sort in of Raw Material "
and Dealers Kind
Interesting sermons here last and Mrs. C. Metcalf and son George, Mr. of game to be found in that region. The W. C. T. U. entertainment 'given vegetables, Every
', morning and evening. and Mrs. Hudson Baker Mrs. <: M. by Mrs.Hodge, was quite a success. The
:' eo.
Mayor John Houston Is In Jackson- children went through their drill with Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dost Kanit Etc. Also l
I Same and family spent last Sun- Brown; the Misses Annie Goode, Carrie ville on steamboat buslneos. The mel enthusiasm also the speeches were ,
Brown Emma Mitchell Mattie ,
fb relatives in Indlanola Ethel ,Powell, Gladys? Stewart Brown; the ancholy appearance of Acting-Mayor rendered In fine style. The organ was The :I1'axn.ou.. ::EEard.T.bn.cEJraa.CI.: : : :r

iotlced[ the Misses Alice and Messrs Willraote Ely Robert Tombes is accounted for from the fact presided over by Mrs. Hearthstone with Ammonia. . .. ",,.h .. .-. :.4 to B per cent j ;
e Sanders of Indlanola, >n our Frank Conklin, and Ilowell Bakerl that tho law-abiding citizens refrain the White Ribbon Choir. ''A large num Available Phos. Acid.t. to 8 percent[ J or 1\123.00 f Per Tpn. 'It' '
e day last week. report a jolly time. Thanks to the captain From fracturing the peace and thereby ber of people were In attendance, and all Potash K O..H. ..., .6 to 7 per cent) .\
ear It and officers of the ship. Quite a giving him an opportunity of holding I were very pleased with the entertainment. Highest Commercial Value' lven our brands In.the last Bulletin. Write for 'I J
expects rumored that Col. H. J. number of other yachts went over with court and exercising judicial functions Mrs. R. L. Brown will have charge of Prices. Orders for 2 ton and upwards for our brands will be delivered free ef all 'y.i;
Ion his place to build this several new and parties of friends at the same time? so a Not even a' stray tramp will put In an the next one. freight charge to any railroad depot on the East Const at catalogue prices, 'until ,I,

them> will be a clu -summer houae. big crowd were on the beach and In the appearance. The Fort Pierce Social Club gave a further notice. e'a:
surf in the afternoon, some of the swim- dance last Wednesday evening at the J'
T. Harper returned home last mers staying in the water nearly two Buy lumber and other building material ball. Capt. Andrews, of Eden broughtup 't1!
E"7 I after spending several days hours, and all remarked that the water direct from the Builders' Supply three charming young: ladle Misses
Italves. in Banyan and Tropic. was just grand for bathing. i Co., St. Augustine, and save the lumberyard Robinson, Susie Summer and Mr. Shat- Fred' k. S. Morse :/

ft'Sweeney and D. S. Nisbet, of The Ladies' Guild of ;the Episcopal I man's commission. tuch, of Eden The music wa rendered xx
Pia.\ were calling in Courtenay on church, gave a Garden 'arty on the by Mrs. Hearthstone and Mrs. Hoff- '
last, beautiful lawn of Hotel Bellevue, on the a gallon nagle.1 A large number were in attendanoe. "i4 \ (ptRFrAI
FOR $2.25 you can get of good was kept till the .
Oth Inst at which about thirty dollars : np '
Ma were added to the Guild fund. It was a Whiskey at Lesley & Renaker's, TI- "wee sma" hours of the morning.IF : EST..TE, ;
want of any kind of building and tusville, Fla.
big success, both socially financially.
ft:In car loads or otherwise, the Tennis and croquet were Indulged In by MIBaRI, '. Dado 00., I3'L4 rtix A. .
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Supply Good Reliable and .
when "
until after ,
p I eBBed maketyou delivered many present, supper SEND YOUR VEGETABLES and fruitto '
to a invited Hotel Widely-read Newspaper, Subscribe for d
number to :
I YOur quite a were 1:. B. Williams A Co., wholesale AGENT FOR LANDS OF ; !
alatIoD." You haTe n<> Carleton for a dance, to finish up the the ADVOCATE. ..
or merchants 63 South .
fruit and produce ,
middleman's at t
commission of the day, and all pronounced :
pleasures '
it one 'of the most pleasant day' and advt.Broad on street, Atlanta 5. Ga. See their Florida East Coast Railway Company, *t ))1'//:

evening ever spent In Melbourne. Mrs. page Florida Coaat Line Canal & Transportation Company, -t t.

her hat i2,25.Wbi-- tbat: Lo81ey'& Gilbert Mrs. Nesbitt, Mrs. McIntyre, NEW. YORK Boston A Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company. JI
TltuavlJJe the Misses Mary Gilbert Maude Taylor
Belt lu the, San market supply for you the and Messrs J. E. M. Hodgson, J. A. Gilbert Malabar. k -.. .. .. H ...... ..--..-- .........-. .. ..... -. .. ... ----- --. )t}
y. and Ernest Taylor, of Eau Gallie, .. 1fLrl
attended the Garden Party. The danceat TAILORING CO. Awarded Ooh'l Hedaland Diploma of Honor at Cotton Btatei and International Expaatton, )
-- Hotel Carleton was a most enjoyable W.'Harris made a' trip to Cocoa last Atlanta,Us., 1U*. J }

affair; among those present we noticed Wednesday. .
Dr. and Mrs. U. D. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Miss
Miss Venetla Mime was visiting
Geo. Bell, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Goode and Carroll, Sunday. POPULAR PRICE TAILORS. THE Ge HAMMOND COnANYJ.?
w. A. Loader Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robertson,
dilUes went 'oath on Mrs James T. Hogg Mr. and Mrs. W. Laslle Ware, 'of Tlllman, was calling
Saturday evening last. Mr. and here lately.Mr. .
C. Barnes, Mrs. S. F. Gibbs, .
o ng, traveling photographer of ttrs. E. Duncan, Mrs. Emma Gillln, the and Mrs. C. W. Bolton were In We cam the Largest and PORK AND BEEF ,PRODUCTS. 1 l

c-%, was in town this week. Misses Annie Haalehnrst, Mollie Goode Nlchol-Jennie Grant, Sunday last. '" I ,
Maude Powell. Annie
!rge net here Bon Ton last, which sunk In ton Milier, Jessie Goode,Helen Miller Lillie a F. Wolf of Jensen, Is visiting Capt. Most Complete Line Hammond Ind., South Omaha Neb.,, Chicago. Ill. *. ;. '1
week, bas been Eloise Hogg, U. C. Starck this week r '
., Jean Barnes :!
Robertson, l'
Salesrooms, tat West Bay8t; ThOll..W. Dunk, )faaager. Jacksonville\ Flay .
Ernesta Brown, Messrs. T. C. Nicholson, attended the Masonic
d. W. Bolton ii'
Roward and family are again J. R. Nicholson Alex J. Goode )\f. W. lodge at Melbourne, Wednesday evening.C. of Saltings and Trouserings ,, ,f

In their home on Hickory Chaffee, Howell Smith R. V. Kavan- C. and Albert Carroll were transacting Markets Advancing Rapidly on Lards, Hams ,and Bellies.. ..
W. R. Campbell
augh. Geo. Phillips t .W'
ardee took Mien' Campbell, and J. Houston'May, of business in Melbourne Thursday in the State...... u 'XOr Pr1CO ;
w'rito s
quite a large party Cocoanut Grove; the Misses Farwell and '. .
saday.i tea.to Roseland 111 the racer Tones, Chicago. Ice cream strawberries last.The literary meeting was good on ... __ "

md cake were served by the ladl" All Saturday last. New officers were elected Suits to Order $16 and $20 '.1
K I i mV'Jdown I from Faustina. wish to thank Mr. and Mrs. RobertsOnfor a* follow : C. F. Worm president; R.onkllng. '.

ere"for I .the... down In a few days to their hospitality.. Jr.,' vl -prealdeDti Miss Isa Trousers to ,Order $4 u4 :$' JOB PR C :'" \: ..
aUOliner.RalJ Forest, secretary; Joe Conkling. Jr., ."

our has LOSL Y RENAKER, Tltnsville, can dltor. Sample seat by malL 'V : i ; : .
Q his home onathebanks of 'apply you with a gallon.of good Malabar public" school closed today OF, ALL : )4'

dial Indian. River.w : Whiskey far 2.25.: Vessel extra after a successful seven month term. NEW YORK: TA.ILORINUCOKPAXY; ., ..-
lIker' : The Instructor, HIM V. N. Mimi, will FxeeuUd at the, l. .. ;j} .
nd No, It East Bar Street, :'
kister'of Woodley, an 10 at ;. ?,
b is the n.01 ny- any Job printing- the useemto-night.thLet all at- Jacksonville :, Florida. ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.r" .-; .jr.. '
.... held 10 the Xethod1s& I ball be pleased to get a share of It. .. ..1'..... S


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# Prafeusoor George Park Fisher of Yale r Florida New 'York Tim '1'."'. H*. t-N. *fflM' A "" 14. 191.OUTH .

university has been chonoq an honorary Philadelphia and Boston. ,
member of the Massachusetts Hiatcrioaociety. Without Sickness. \ ..,u.. ; from Bmn.wlek, G.., aMreet to New' York. BOUND (Bead Down). NORTH 'BOUND-L(Read UpT -
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well-known .
Hem Rochefort belabors the rich a Ar Ar.- ? Y .
I JaekeOnvllie 8.\10 a m = L. Fernandina l.ao p mi I I I loaia. >P :: ..... tla Aoturttuo."A.....Ar Skin ..... ..... : w.
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unmercifully; in his paper L'lntraosi- enterprising citizen: of Byron Ill., _, >>"111.""'. 11.30 I' m. Dally .XCl"p.t..Bunda. :...... Wnone ....,:. ....... .:.... 1r.: ....... A.ri ...... 4 jJr. ....... ... .. ...... ....w.
income of R' wDalfyLB :_: ... ..w.Ee.t PaILk...a. .: 4 ; | ... .. ...:.. ..
pant, and derives a yearly writes: "Before I paid much attend life 4AOLm 1rrnoiwlot 7.ao gerI ... .. II't.... ..... .1. ; ..... ......
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$60,000 from the JI8 "me. ton) to regulating the .bowels, I ..owed oD rd for capper Thunlla,. ... 11 UOttoii 10* :.... ...... I.".. ... .Pa l.tk..../r.....Ar. 4ASp ...... .. .. .....
I The late Charles Moron of Paris 'who hardly knew a well day; but since 1 j... :::::: ::::: ..... ..... Ar.L.T...., ,..*'R ...Lv..Ar.. Il/'l> ..... : n... .::::: :::...
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i'I believed himself to be a descendant of ti...." learned the evil re- PROPOSED 8AT1JNG81 ... ?..y.. ...... ..... Lr.......... tMip Go.: .. .. ..... ....
The Roman"poet Virgil, was a man of suits of constipation Lv.New York Pier 21 E. H:, SXOp: m., (BWaditrd TI.....) Lv. Bmniwlok..Apr. : :::::: 11M.:....: ..... ...... : ... .... .... .. I. flip ::1:!'", ...... .....: :::::
............._..F .,. 80 ...... .,... ...... .... w .......tP..De'.Ioo.j... P .\ti,. ...... ..... :;;
' IltenrT tastes and a brilliant eonvsna-i ; Aprfas.: .. ...:....................COWRAOO... .. .., .... ." 8tOp .. .. ..
( and the emc cy of Frldur, *. ... May T ...... ...... ..... ...... .. .tt. ...... ::::
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Itoaal..... : t Friday Apr. 80. ...... ........ May 14 ...... .... ...... ..... ..... o !' .. : ...... ....:
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Prld r JlUy 7, ..? ,........................ Way 81 ...... p. ...... '''' .. .Oif ; ...... .
Henry D.. Hnjrgaa, the) newly eletrled ; AVER'SPills Krld" ..r, M y Il..n..n.. ...:n..COWIt.DO..BIOGRANITE .... ..... ....J'rt'y' May 21 _.... ..?...' ...... ..... : ........Cttt=.'::.:-:::: .. 1'_ l''', ..... ...... .::::
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r Friday, May .. ::< .wnnnlInfornwtlonitoBinani.tnrinnr .!! .1. : : ...... ..... ...... .""... lip ...... ...... ....
president( (. the Boston school bo.xdanstlvp ; Pills, I have not had te rte apply &o any : ...... ::ui:. :.... ...... ..........iio kl..I..14.r.'... r IX07p N:: '..... ..... "
of ha taken !l'or w.Jackaoatlll0.Ri .... '. ...... ..i...... :u G.IU6..J.; .... 11 Wpll .. ,. ...... ..... "
Non Scotia He '' l.A8. iiAYLE.. Aaront,W W. Bay ...... .,... .. ( ......
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ohe day' siclcnrnn' P.MURPHYAgst \ ... .1Ia ..... 11 ea ... .... .
N run.Wick.Oa. ...... ....'.. ...... ...... "" 't. ...... .
mtt active #ntea est in the publio *'ohool. for over thirty H. RAYMOND Oeneral Pier i10UtberD, E.Efver Agent and 8ti3 Broadway..,.Y. ...... ...... ...... ...... M .....:.:iomelaasea..M" ,..: MB \t: ...... ...... .:. "
1 nf Boston for many 7earL.Tolm.lfllh 1 | yearn C.B.MALLOKY General Agent 10. ...... ....,. ..... ..... : :.."..... -.t.. : .. 1040BS4&B; :/ff' ; ...... .... ....:
u : '' r Ii. ? not one : atlm.1ethat ...... ...... ...... ...... ......... .B..bL.u'...........1, IPSea :,. ..... ...: NYqear.
4.e administrator of his j .... 1. ...... ..e.. ...... .
as "to ...... ...... ...... "" em .. ..... -
$ fath.r'i'e.tate ba sold at Borne Ga did not readily yield th!:' ...... !i .. ... ....:. 1 Ota -.n: _. .:C"' .. BUB0tTB ...... ...... ...... IU..
'remedy. "My wife had been, im-vl- ...... ..._. ... : -....!..... .***............*. i-'h. ...' ... Ica,
a bale of ootton which hi. father raised .. .. I ....... ..1.-.r: ............. ...... .
101 ...... .. **' 1
. In 1871.' The father refused! to sell it at one to our marriage; an invalid i.,<" ...... I .. .... I .. ..!..."..In..r........;.. .... .. ..... ..... .t.....
Alici. .,..... .:. :: ,
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+ f91p.G.: :. .. 711 ,. ;
93 cents, deeming the price too low and years. She bad a prejudice ..gai.ecathartics 7, 1 u r 1ldr ........... fIlp..r.:.. lite ..!.! 19obetlo.nb........ r 8 1KB ...... ..:.. :.... 111I.It,.
bad held It 'for' a ri.e. It was cold at but as POOH as slip l befit> ...... Mp ...... ..... SUa.OlftJB .'......w.., J pl_......: 800BTSMB ..r*. ...... ...... nW,
4 : KlTlrs : ..... ..... ...
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I 4-5<<5 cents. to use Ayer's Pills !her health vnurestored. .'J"..';. .. 1100. Ar.11.1 Palm !le..h.-.L.. TS4BS4TB....... ..?.. ..... 101lla
j ." .:.:.: .llOp ..... ...a. 8 4dp *..... ....LlBSOW... ,....., : ...... ...... ....... '1
Professor Henry A. Rowland of .John ...... ...... .... .Sop .. ...hrt I.aaderd.a..... r 8BKBt ............... ...... trill
Hopkins university has received official ......10 asp...... ......: 1020p .............0. Oily........, OWB l.... .. .Ise
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notice from the jpresidont of the Italian ..,... ....,. .....lOllUpAr..IlIa..I..L. I. ....:. 1111.

Society of Science, announcing that the AY A. WIIRANOH.J T..I..... M n .,.. T8. be,w_." 1_

:Kattenoci gold medal has been conferred O' o ponvllle ai4 901. St. AaffusilnedallvTralB
r' Ke.l. No.1. : between Miami iid Fort
open him in honor of hi* distinguished 1-n1ji Ii 1iii L...... ; 195p aopPlnroeaall l IT' AVJUM. iS.n.....
f attainments in 'FSp4y I Oll". 11 !9tta Lv.. .l5'l'A'i'I I 1. Slip IN Up Traia .i it, iMtwera.PoriPler.. an*
physinAlfred M Cathartic Pills C lip 11 MBL.V..... 12 IIII' 88p Miami dally, ...ftfOJ't ....d..,.
.. 1. ffip 78 .south of !
ureeneDaum 01: Ban FtanoteooIa. a Up 11 MaAr.. lop :da.1y25 sad St. Argos
Natal snd at World's Tolr.T .
recently given a library oonitatiiigof Diploma -

.) ,di 1,000 Tolumen on the Semitic language Rtttan tlrmgtb, tiki A tr"s fanaiirillaf yq ...... ....* .!* .Wh..l ea.ew...
) and history to the University ofCJaUfomI.
t oEa"Ct. ''
.. The I book) formed' part of "CITY OF KEY WEST.

die library of hi* father who was chief /I,

c vabbi at Landau, Germany Is appointed se Perfona Service a* followei

John Sherman onoe Raid of the newt- WHAT. WOMEN. WEAR. .,-. 4 Qy Leave. I .UIllioo p. .. W4d.sdaye sad Bat.r4a.I
,paper reporter '"Be it the greatest ,,1/11- 'trr1n Dt'WIIST, 1:00 p. '_ ft.n4a"4 ...daYlo
raw sigma of the nineteenth century. X am The fad for making banting waist
t'' i Leave. KXT WEST 1:10 p.SB. Tmeeday and Friday*.
interested in' him alwayi, respect himgenerally ooata in canvas is superseded by anotherfor ArHve MIAMI 4 e0.a. m Wednesdayad Baturdar!

and fear him ometimes.. But orocbetiiiff them in wool and silk '

t'l I never oeae to wonder at his reaouroe- Muffs of velvet and fur combined'are J.l. TrBfleMaaBcer.. a. D. BAHIOW....',...,..Paaisags* .4|...1

fWD_ in Marching for new." :I Inlshed at the opening with a ruche of S8. .A.s".etM-. Fla:.

Wr'v M :B. T..Herriok, ex-chief jnitioe of the finely plaited glaoe' silk: or lace which

k Louisiana mpreme court, whb haa jut; has been stiffened I a little in the plait l ,&.

.s, + .died..ra. a in native New of Orleans Itamaohtuettt.at the age Be'of went 88, ing.White satin stock collars are,worn* by SAFETY COMFORT QUICK: TIME1' LOW' RATES The florida (jentral peninsular Railro

tb Lori iana.in 1844. When the civil
# .I'.' far broke out, he and hii two eoni en- rronohwomen with silk and.velvet shirtwaists rineet: OuW.. and Borvloev No' Transfer b twe s Jacksonville any.New.York. Short Line between Florida and all Northern Points. I
in place of the linen ones so common II of the following Handsome New Steel Steamer i"Comanclie"
bred the errioe. of the Confederacy. The Fleet composed : Everett Savannah Augusta. Ga., Columbia.' Washington Btlmore.
't' here, and satin of any color maybe Philadelphia" New York Boston and theEasLEverett
"Semlnok"NorthBound. ,
4 i Dr. Oalot'i' claim that he can curefennchbaoksV substituted for the white. (new), "Algonquin "Iroqnols "Cherokee Macon. ,,' Atlanta, Chattanooga. Nashville, .Louisville, Cinolnnt
least that he
or at canneatly The white silk and satin bodice. a' and Chicago. .

benefit' such spinal troubles in I pretty feature of.the' new cloth gowns, p Everett, Birmingham Holly Springs; Memphjs, Little Rook, Kansas1 City E
1 rail the
iilldren haa made learn of Steamers < to according '
more or aenAtion II which are made of cloth, for calling and From JACKSONVILLE' FLA., (calling. .t Charleston), Sunday. Tue. iw. and Thnn"' ". Louis, Chicago Sioux City .
I in FrenoH medical oirolea. Large theater wear. It.. either foil or plain From CHARLESTON, 8. C., Mondays) Wednesdays- and Friday ? .River Junction, Pennacola, Mobile New Orleans, Texas, A exloo, CaUforn
:wadded bandage, planter oats and oth- with short velvet bolero over it For hour of sailing see "Clyde Ut,." Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papera. and the Pacific Coast. Effective Jan. 18, ISO7.,

r ayparatni are used, and about ten South-Bound. 4 New York Kzpre. No.' SB, leave JartM
Black handkerchiefs are announced ,"11.8:20.. m., dally with Throuch Pullmi.
itcmtha ooniumed in
are effecting a Btoamen are appointed to sail from Pier 29, East RI..r.New York, at 8 p. m. a* follows I 40..1 n, Savannah Columbia, wathlnita
.. the latest in Paris. A
craze pleasing 'v4A.TA Baltimore
euro. S. C. Monday, Wednesday and Frwaya.ForJACRBONVHiEF1& e r Philadelphia, New York, anY i
modification of this fancy .. a white .,(o.iUogatCharl.ton), Moe4ayeWednedaysandrddays. ci a Eastern .point Connect for remand
r., ,AlfredO. Harmaworth !. called the landkerchief with black border em- \: 0 nib Arrives Jacksonville :Up. m.
a O
t"i young Napoleon of KuglUh jonrnalinm.Ho iroidered with a wreath of tiny flowers. Boston and MaCKSOnvllle-DIRECT LINE, (Freight only) ca. "A 5 New York and Florida Limited, No. 82-Sol

I .. it only 80 and ha been In buHinew (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) I c s' e. a vestlbuled train with compartment leaves if.otocn Ai
tlon and
i dining sleeping care;
necked bodices the
High are quite correct "
y but eight year He I. the proprietor of I STEAMERs "OO. W. CLYDE" AND "DELAWARE, a M Ax natlne 9.50 a. m., Jacksonville 11.00 a m, du
to thipg for evening wear a most acceptable are appointed to sail a*follow i except Sunday. 81 returning arrive Jocta
11 .IB journalB. 4 of them dailies, p of fashion in cold weather. They From: foot of Hogan ....JacksonvOI, :From Lawla'. Wharf BoatoD.THURSDAYS. t 'e,4', fL ...111.3.3111' m, Bt.Augustine 4.40 p m, dally H
which are London' dailies, and the rest FRIDAYS. e.F Copt Monday.
be well and elaborate
,-weekllea. Hi" fortune which he made made very Yv'" ru New York Fast Mall No. 30, ,1 laa
.... r
+ ',,,. himself, ii eatimated' at a number of' of course, but that .. the ,rule in .all a ,Jacksonville 6 M p. m. daily for same Don
(owns just at the moment. ern point Carrie through Sleepers Jackie
Jbllliona of dollar* Clyde's St. Johns River lane.DK e.4. vllle to New York. No. SO arrive Jackwrnl
bands p r
Collar with high standing .. O :00 a. m.
Captain .Juan. Morales who t4. a
wan a re
ruffs and battlement shaped pieces wir r OK80RrllI Cincinnati and Florida Limited Leave
member of the which ( BART LINE) TlOtw
military court recently 0 ta.po. lonvllle 8:111S p. m. Arrive Cincinnati
ed to stand out well from the neck have
'k tried the Barcelona bomb throw. The Elegant Iron Sidewheel! Steamer a, Ime a little o..rat: Hours. Solid VM
become a settled fashion but a novelty p bole Train rune via Everett M won, Allan
;r Jra and sentenced eight of them todeath, tabs CITY OF JACKSONVIL1UE. UL P r .4 Chattanooga; Connect for Nanh'Ule,Lmvllle
I. the of violets to the
SUM committed suicide in Madrid. Just use cover CAPT. W, A, SHAW. onus Keys ,. St. Louis,'Chicago and all northern i
# and other small artificial flowers arrang? ID appointed to sail aa follow i CP q western point.
'e, before he killed himself he wrote letter
ed in a wreath around the edge.-New. Leaves Jacksonville, ., 8.::aopm. Sundays Tueeda7eandThuredyetorPalatka, a Ashevllle Route. ThronRh; Pullman Blwrl
k' which warn found on his body. The Sun. Sanford Kntedrrlse and Intermediate landing on the St. John s River. altoo v r at CareervlceforCincinnativiaSavannahCoa. .
{Vyl contents of this letter the government York r Leaves Sanford 11.00.. m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday for Jacksonville.J.A.LHLlB.Snpt. .,, bla Ashevllle Mountain, Knoxville, thmoee.
r M the Celebrated Country of Sa
refuse to make public.,, K m. tIves
,. Carolina Leave Jackaorvllle 6.M p
_.. SOUTH B U1W. SCHEDULE NORTH BUN q Cincinnati 7.15 a. m. Returning ail
----s Read dowD. Read ,, Jacksonville":00 a m. .
Br the LOM of One Typo Thimbles made of lava extensivelyused Leave J80pm. ............ ............. Jacksonville.:.. ......... .:...... .... Arrlre B.OOam. -' Only line Throe. 'Bean Hot B
are .. 8.45. p. m....... ......lalatka.4............:......... .... Le.,. 8.00 P. m. Ga d1 '4 Country of Middle illerlda, Pensaeols.*
1 A ingle type dropped from one of the in Naples .. 8.00 .. m. ......... w ........ .. A.tor. .....n. ........ ....... .... 8.00 p. m. o... Kseambla. Bay. Leave Jacksonville .:io-
l forms of the Pittsbnrg Leader the other 180 .. m. .......... ......n..St. rranol.............. .. ............ If 1.80 a. m. J 2RIRA CENTRAL for Lake City, lave Oak. Madison atontMTallahassee
There' are always 20,000 ..trangenIhtaoelng .. ...... ................ If "
4' 'J.30.. m. .... .... .... .... B..ford./ 12.00 none sae 'w River Junction Pensaoola, Mob
day, and its low cost the paper $405." It in London. I. e.oo .. 10. ........ ...........Blue Bprlnp.......,.............. ..... 11.30. m. R.R. "' :New! Orleans, and the southwest Mexico, Ofornia
'appears that a' Pittsbnrg concern had Anin 8.30.. m. :..... ...::::..............8a..Cord........................ .... If 1,00. m. t and the PaoifloCoast.. Carrie* BlMJ"
t advertised that The handsome bronze drinking foun- .. 9.2Dam. .......... .... ..... ... ...,.Enterprl.... .... .................. If 9.80am. essstellens., No. arrives Jacksonville 8:011.. m.
P a special sal in of ladies'edition wrapper of The Leader at 98 ain presented to the city of Savannah ..... ... ... .......... ......80. I'la. Railroad Wh.rf (Sanford)...................... ......12 110 p. m. Prlyn 9t FLO&IDA '> Leave* Jacksonville 9:1: J a.m.tor8t.."- ..,

cent each. In handling the form the by Mayor Myers will soon be, placed. in Cen'l! Passenger and TJcket) Office 204 W. Bay St.. Jacksonvli n.u.., a ,, .thorne.Key Wlldwood Silver Sprino eburK Ocala, flainesvlll Tav..... i

4 gure 9 dropped oat The los wa not toaltlon in Forsyth park. Orlando Laooochee Dade City, PIeD.
4 sotioed until nest when the A movement has been started to effect Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville4lSp.ID.HollySprings forts
morning Route St. Lonl, .Kan u'C.ty.No. sit-Leave*Jacksonville 8.M p m.
tore wa besieged by ladle wanting to be 'consolidation of Boston's suburbs JIIO.L.HowAaD.Fla.rr'bAgt. 1.31.IaoxwOaoxaJa.Fla.P.s.AgtJACKSONVILLE. Atlanta Birmingham,Memphis, Kansas City. Through Pullman Sleeper without chants! u
\I! !, ILA.Talc. bours to Kansas. City The route Is via Macon, Atlanta. Birmingham, Holly Springs, far *<
buy wrapper at 8 cents, a* advertised. filth the I .,., ,If the outlying municipalities O. Boona,T. M., W.H.WARBVBTOK K.P.A., M.H.CLTD.,A.T. M. phi., Springfield, and Kansas City No. 80 return arrive Jacksonville 8,00 a m. ..
p The arm stood by it* gun until the last I were- annexed greater, Boston 5 BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK. Berland 8.90\! *Souod.. m.-Lea", OIITlll"0rBran"wlolcbytlle Cumberland Route' steamer and C

wrapper wa cold. Then it cent a bill would have a population of about 1,000,. WM. P. CLTDB CO., General Agents .:00 JJ" m.-Local for Everett. Close connection for Brunswick. Shortest and ''nulckwt P

tor $405 to The Leader this being the a Bowline Gr...,New Tork.. 1* So. Uelmware AT.,PhllBdelphlB.Railway ?22 P. Mr JXM2l.for T.Uab..o..d Intermediate point Arrive ArriveJaokeonvtlIe7:
000.Fair g:!ao P.M.-For Tampa and Intermediate point Pullman sleepers. *'|
Y the
.,mnn representing difference between bairoct'pooIIlo are becoming a m61?"?;" Sleepers for Cincinnati via Ashevllle, leave Jacksonville at 9M p. m.. arrives V>
I a cents and 08 cent on each wrapper numerous than formerly. The ancient 1.40p.m., arrives Cincinnati 7.15a.m.
'' old. The Leader paid the bill Without For Macon Atlanta two Train Daily Leave Jacksonville 8:20: a. m. and 6:55: p. m.
Jews were a fair haired race. Now they -- _. Steamer "M.n.tee" from Tampa for RraJdentown and Manatee River point.
p. protest. In view of the responsibilities- are, with few exceptions' dark. So it is : Pullman Sleepers' on Parlor can between Jacksonville. and Tampa..
ar: Bend' for BefIt "e5To'h'p
which newspapers are obliged to astmmeit In a lesser degree with the Irish among : iit m--: Nr S., PENNINUTON Hap of Florida to A. 0.. MACDONELL, .
cannot reasonably be claimed that adItilr'
whom ISO :years ago a dark haired. person .. as Traffic Manager. General Passenger iglCNINSULAR
,.' was almost unknown.

+ Her Objection."Doosn't An English paper recently found it -

I. it worry yon to have yourlnaband.pend.o profitable to diaonM the question, The Tropical Trunk Line.

much of hi* time at Ought a lawyer: to talk business(mean-
business with
ttioolub'I ?" Ing bis clients' ) .
,,, wouldn't mind 'hi. pending hi. daughter" It is only just to the Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railwajl

q time if he only wouldn't spend hi. taglish publlo to add that no answer in tI kOQas DKAWnTO BOOK OARS, DUONO CAM, JOSEPH H. DURKEE. Receiver.
the afflrmativej .
was printed.
;mooe '. Cincinnati ,
) Enquirer.

SoT Nag No.2 1 yomTimeTableInEffectJob.I01. NO.82. NoTwrr ha

..... ... Local .9(10 p .... .. ..JACKSONVILLE...... 840pm\
: .AJ 730am
..... .
: .. NORTH EAST AND''WEST... .. Mixed 95Sp IIO'J. . ...Orange: Park.. ... ..... 6 Mam 11:1pm: ,..
MoMTyandFrl 916p ... ., .. 04pni643pm
I BLACKWE1XS: ::::::.. .. ",,' !'!.. .r.MaKnoluiM.Peorl..r.! !! lr '.... ..640.. ..,.m.. ..... .....

Hi k I. I WANT TWO DAILY TRAINS BE'1)VEEN FLORIDA AND THB EAST. :::::::: : :: :. ::: lOll !. .>24a.. ..4.....OreenCovesprlnp.. ..Bostwlclc. ......... ,.... ..IOUm... 'II ..
10 JWa Viab'p i'ion ... ..... a'm '
icsbp .. Palatfca.V..... V.:t' .. 500 4 M
.... Pm'
11 1KB M Ota 10 sta . ..... "
.. .. Ratsuma. ..... ..... .. .4\11I.10
1 and Southwestern 11 4nali UIHaUT6a: 10 ...... .. .. 417tm III'
Washington Limited. ...,.. .. : Pomona. ...;... 414amaMam III'
inp : 10 .;;;; ;
69a! ..
Crescent Junction. ...... 408pm84Apn
.. .. .
NO OTHER: And the United States Fast Mall. ........ 130 l alp iama 111k.:: .... .........Seville. ........ ... 888am384am > HI"II'
; p teen 11 42a ... ...D Leon S IS
........ Spring. ...;.. ... pro
.. .... iM p 1MBauea 114ep ............. Olenwood r......... .... 94 am330am 80 pm 103"_
\: OUT 91 .IIOITB3 JAOI3057ILLETO .8W HTOTON. ....... ..OOp 30p .. .,.... 12.1 12 .. '" ,...".. ..fOrd........ ...... .9b8pmm .I'.....
; 1 SEE? ........ .... ... Il 46iLv', ...........DeLand.......,.. (Lr .......:: ... .
OILY 27 HOURS JAOX30H7ILLS : .".. 13 12 pro1204am
) HEW YOU ........ ... .. ........1211I' ... .. ... .
Milt ........ ..-. .. .. ... 440PXr." .... .::.TItr8 F. t4 Ii1.L. ...... .' 111100.01. ..
", .. DURHA 'a __._i'M Bond TMttbmled Tnhe..np.ed. of r......Ja-.d "".... 81.....f Cen sad Betel E>.. :::;:::: ....::.... ..... .. ...... .... ..rs .Paola....:::::::::.... .......... a.:
'\ U Can IkiwMk wtUkoBI ehBBr te .......* .. .. .. ::::.. ::::::: 84Cp.: : .. Aorreato._.....:.. ... ..:. ..... : ,.
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I:;: ....... ... .... ..... 4n. ...Mt Dora........ ....... .,........ 546am ,.. .
Mew .. .. .
Ii' e York sad the ........ PAr. '''' ,; ..r.L.. ...... ,M
% ..... ... ..130p.aOO..latllp. .. :. r.. .8aorob' .. 188 a .. 'IJ8pm ... .,
: ::: ri..L.
.. :
r ....... ... .. ... Altamont. .. ..,. ... ..
r5'}, THROUGH PULLMAN "" NO-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN ......... ... .. i so i .;;. . .. ..winter Park..". ...... : '
kL_ ........ ..... IIOp ::: ;.. OrlandoKissimmee...... ....... UOIIpm 12115&10 .'
._ : JACKSON .ILLE AND NASHVILLE. ........ ........ : .: ..... ..... .....'
., ........ ..... .. '110. 8 4npAr .. .....Bartow Jo.. .. ....I.v. : .'
.11. ...... .. ........tl40. . ..Lakeland .:.... ........ 9 ID10l0 / ..
: \ B Through sleeping Cars Dally J..cVsonvtlle tow ........ ..... .30.UIlflp 41'1> A,:; .; ". .Bartow.Tamna ... 16am. .
'hi prr1\- 1 JI Cincinnati, via Ashevllle :Through the .'". ..... ...... ..:..:.. .. e I 14II.1I0f1p ao. 4 4/lp 4r:::. :::.:::.Punta:.. Tamp.Garda; "::.,,."."..Lv L..: 416 TBOpmT89pm p m 11.211.10 Mi i ., :.....
.. Bay ....... ICa .
120. Ar: .
LAND OFVTME SKY.. ....... Mmi.od: Thun 10 Nip ...... ..."' Tam......_ ....L110 P ITI" .. and m SO
L. ;
IIItp ;
. "
........ ? .n Tampa. ...:...Ar t
,I, Tee will ... mel _.. s' ..... WellandSaty'.eaA .... ... ....EeyWest...'. ....;. --
..... estess .we .. tee ..., / For eletaOed Imfansatte* .e ..%*.. enH....... .........I osa -ra..... .*... apply: ... ... ......Havans. ,.:..;. ..Lw.Lv flC.Ok0ppmWes.indp.
sad tw .. *...e......seek eq.(..... ke ..n_. a.n..w er Me ......._ Tra.Dall...,.., 1 Da'y' ueept 8un"".' .
I .M IIl: (.art
( i torn* .- beg ., IUaeItDaIrIaa. -+ Tnf.n.a18011 l) TAreagh: Pallnmq... .& RnRel 81"1'1..<< Can. ,....
t w.-... .. Buy' a bag w I. A. 8HXP1CAV, .ta.iaa Pea A**.. Sit WM SW........Jmka9.dW, Sla TralB.13 and 78 connect<< Veatihuied'T1.nsyfiM....with..'WMh Parlor Can Detw.ie Jeek.c.vilN.dM1iaq i.ickletIP( a...

.. ...... 1. W; 01Jl.I' poiata o.Ns 101U": Rnsr. er.au.r "BUver Klnj" for
.. te4 tekweee) ,. ; 'T .&. T1BX. L' HAJOWTCI.. Obo.l.ie'unL' J+cwat.llie s4.
1'y{ and .....UM ee...._we _.... tglv. 19ete 'El01 S ..... A.... Aaft. ,. .19l.rrl..o.kieod4saknrR6y2BrcobvUla7iSOpn.\ dany.t. 690. at Hawtbon-J.cbonvdM.t, at II Bd.p..
:wneO... ... 0. ........... : Truale..ln' !
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a Itot r e] "1.prow ., St. PMenbnrc 109U: m_da 6:4e p."...Tarpo. 8priDp i:011 p. m r
IIIQ 1107.
mU .... bow te ..< ..... ;I 1 .. _. W. B. C0rrc 1 except SlUIda,.
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FASHI whiob'hae
COMING_ Former vel short vet Basque Jf011',is!entirrlyoovered and Is bordered with black a HORSE TALK. of There the country Is more than catarrh aU in other this diseases section Spring and Summer Resorts on the East Coast R'y I : ) I!
The Apt by
..dWia* a
S",..-- bandwhite.of chinchilla. The put together, and until the last few
III'' CouneetlOD of Lightning, 9:11, will be campaigned For ,
4eu ;moUl88l1ne d.solo. ThheUgght.leIs was supposed to be Incurable. a ;N
itlll; rather early4: to soy absolutely of armnre have an Immense bow of black this year. great many years doctors pronounced It The Florida East Coast Railway to Miami. The Miami & Key West Steamship
Mrtain thing will be worn and sn.O' "S *' the top' and the bolt Is of black Crafty, S:09tf.. will be raced again a local disease, and prescribed local rem Line to Key Went.
k Even satin, edies and by KEY WEST-Hotel Key West $4 and upward and commercial '
thing will not *worn' The jet toque is trimmed with this year. constantly falling to cure special weekly ;
tortni* have been apparently 8l1anda black bow pink with \local treatment pronounced It In rates. Open entire year. A. M. Taylor, Manager.. General offices: bt. Augustine. ;i
1neial Mignon, S:10 has been sent to I.
and mode definitely JUDIO CBOLLET.Europcwn #, curable. Science has proven oatarrh to C. B. KNOTT "
decldod upon Billy Andrews. be a constitutional disease and therefore '
III "U more than a P08"1' Superintendent Florida East Coast Hotel System.
te4 here !: The New England breeders will not; requires oonstitUtlonal treatment. st,
?! The beet that oan be done BaUucu uf a'uwer. Hall's Catarrh ;,
otbanga Cure manufactured
by k
the ,
1 renew
1 ot \to denote the pro babultl I l of The congress met at Berlin in ;Tul,., $13,000 futurity.Pat F. J. Cheney" Co., Toledo Ohio, Is the v
1878. A new balance of power or concert My Boy, 3:18>j, has been purchased only constitutional cure In the market.It '
:Tdensmt of uncertainty; being reoog- was agreed upon between the seven by Barney Demarest la taken Internally In doses from 10 Travelers' Hotel..1 .

t It may be said that contrasting ao- great powers Great Britain, Germany, Detroit- claims the third week in July dropa to a teaspoonful It acts directly .
L are llkefy! to continue in favor Austria, France, Italy, Russia and Tur., for its Blue Ribbon meeting. ou the blood and mucous surfaces of the a 1'

KU belts, corselets, collars, vests and key. It consists of 61 articles. Ron- I Rachel Ray, dam of three with mark. for system.any case They It fails offer to one cure hundred Send dollars for Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. VnCWsi

of light color or fashions.white promise By the to mania, Servia and :Itloutciiogro were declared : below 8:16, will be bred to Patron. circulars and testimonials.. Address This hotel is now under new management, and has been thoroughly renovated n,
winter independent .''
I r Imturkeking of belts, a word ought to DO pality of and the new princi Winnie's! Baby, 9:29)4, has been sent F. J. CHENEY &: Co., Toledo, 0. throughout;, '
Bulgaria formed
was! and
Sold all
druggists 73o.
narrow ones which haveabosdt England. This pacer stands but 18.8
I the in Everybody Ardahan, Kara and Batuia were assigned hands. Bus meets all Trains, and Electric Cars. pass door. Bath rooms and all ttE
are vogue.
still to Russia, and the provinces of Conveniences
loulty'of bodEd -' -The ADVOOATK la the on every floor. 1
largest weeklyallhomeprlnt
OP' proper' Bosnia and Herzegovina wore assignedto Tom Settle has located in Kentucky
In the rola1ID
belt. -
Austria. The crux once more at the Sherwood farm, lIeBl'Midway. newspaper published on OPEN ALL TIlE YEAR "
of the .
each other, and the narrower the treaty, so the East Coast between Miami and
Ithaharder It is to keep It In the rightLthnt far aa the present state! of affairs are '. Jacksonville, and we hope our East Rates.-American Plan, $2 to $;2.60; European, BOo to $1. Special. by the week. :}t

in, covering the Junction of the concerned, is contained in article 61, Kentucky Union, 3:07 j, is being .1'I Coast merchants will give us their support ,Mrs. F'INLEY, Proprietress.
Knil bodice. It Is not too muoh to say which provides: wintered at Kansas City. in charge of so that we can make it ten pages + I
belt out of 60 worn coROUSE "The .* instead of eight.
I not one narrow sublime porte undertakes fo Roa Ecker. .

carry out without further delay the improvements '. The Detroit ;Jockey club claims dates Iz7 ".5. ill 1 ee Ef n,t

and reforms demanded by for its summer meeting,"Aug. 10 to Sept; -The ADVOCATE Is still giving away, 11. hr", ; ....
local requirements in the provinces in 4., inclusive. free,' tobacco seed of the finest grade ; t
habited by Armenians and to guarantee Nathan Smith has been awarded the Call and get some, with Instructions for :z ', 1I ii: o1I a i &!
their security against the Circassians its cultivation.AGENTS "
$ '
lease of the Point Breeze track at Phila- .
and Kurds. It will periodically make t l I i iif
!known the steps taken to this effect to delphia for the ensuing year. 3 \ l / ( Iiis e J'
the powers, who will superintend their Billy Dunspaugh, Buffalo, has purchased : -$25 to $50: per week easy. }\ ;
application." the well known race horse Thorn- You work right around home. A brand 3 "" '
new thing./ Write to us quick !I' You ]
The treaty of Berlin, and especially oliffe, by imported Macaroon. tal 8Dg' 0
the article quoted, gives the right and The young brother of Azote S:04Jf, done.will be Send surprised us your at how address easily, It,can be : Ii''< .. .fj bIcg :

supplies the means to the powers to restore owned at Palo Alto, is reported fast and it .ill be to your Interest to investigate.anyway- : ':'g.f .
order in Turkey and to guarantee will be seen in races next falLJ. Write to-day. Address, "People'," i1

security for life, liberty and property.The P. Hammett, Yates, Mo., whose 8041 Market St., Philadelphia, Pa. + JiU ri $
signatory"powers" have the right stable of fast ones is in charge of Tom I w 0 I ft
under this treaty to take action, and Donahue has recently purchased Taber- .. 111'
t.J JSj
all thaf is required is to agree among nack. WANTED FAITHFUL MEN OR \

the themselves of to enforce the stipulations of Ed Tipton's Montana circuit will established house to travel In Florida.for responsible Salary V 'ih l!: 3

treaty Berlin. Bismarck's revelations give.1160,000 in purses. The first meet $780 and expenses. Position perman .t 1\ 4t :
humiliating alike to him by I ing will be held at Colorado Springs, ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed r/pt
reason of the spitefulness of his motive .,4 J1 .f I:1r '
i : opening ;June 8. iJJI.I]
and .discreditable for his country because tfle/ stamped envelope. The National, Star +, .. : : f
of her duplicity, disclose under : Insurance Bldg., Chicago.The 'rt I 1 4

ground alliances, which doubtless have I, An OpUmlBt. as :j r' ; 1iB Oi

JACKKT. checked the peaceful yet effective actionon I The palsied old man*sat by the fire, r+, cO; t2 d ( I. !.5III
j the proper position. 'Usually: the the part of the nations composingthe his head shaking from side to side in I c=:f "
t band sags far below It at the back, European balance of power tinder I the manner peculiar to his complaint Swannanoa. c= ,. dii]i i I 8

I almost as often the same skirt band and by virtue of the treaty of Berlin.- "It must be awful to be afflicted that II = $ ;,9L

|uob wider than, the belt and projects Oscar L. Strauss In Independent ; way," said the sympathetic young per. .
e it at the front and sides. Now, If the ASHEVILLE, N. C. .- 1 : h"i1 .

r poloss1y bolt gets, /she the would upper better hand of abandon a wom- lighters of Our President. ;. son."Oh," chirped the old gentleman, "I "

In exceedingly interesting articlein :find it right handy in the summer when
together( and wear a wide one or a> THOUGH modest and unobtrusjve, .I
[tOO walet and look: neat and trim.' The Ladies' Home Journal it la recalled I want to look at a two ring circus!I"- there Is no better conducted hotel In 1
ever 1 up to date all the details of a that there are eight surviving Indianapolis Journal.True Ashevllle. The popularity of The Swan r A I iJIM! v'1' ap + ,
|mn'i toilet may be, she will not look: daughters of presidents of the United nanoa la due to Its unique location Its ,, ;
onabla if her clothes are not put on States in addition to the three of president homelike atmosphere, the excellence of
ully and with no suspicion of untldl- and Mrs. Cleveland. Mrs. Letitia ChlviUrjr. its cuisine, and Its very moderate prices. t. :
A tolled collar, a grense spot;a sag- Tyler Semple is the eldest of the group. 'What is the age of chivalry, Aunt '2.CO per uay. Liberal weekly rates.

: skirt, a loose or ,missing button; a and Mrs. Philip Pendleton Dandridge is Penelope?" R R. BAWLS!! f/ d.d-I!
n pulled awry-any one of these la "Those good old times when men fell
the next. The former la the daughter of 1I
gh to destroy the elegance of a cos- President Tyler and is living in the In love with women over 40."Chicago Central, ,on street car line. Prop; =-= I iLI ;
however costly It may be. I
a Illustration shows a house Jacket of Lonise home Washington Mr Daudridge'is -

ntlroly new design: It Is of Ivory the daughter of President Taylor tidJ
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len goods and has a close :fitting coat and presided at most of the White
;,while the front Is composed of a sort House functions during her father's ft"BRADLEY C COMPANY ui;t a,
irge ruffle over a wider ruffle of lace. brief occupancy little over a year.
| chemisette of lace falls In straight She lives in Winchester, Va. The'only "- lOT

mughont, The sleeves their are length wrinkled and have transverse-a frill surviving daughter of President Johnson ((Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) :=: ':=: OO TOZI2.J'Ya:: ;
Mrs. Martha Johnson'Patterson,
o at the wrists. Jroic CHOLLET.
lives in the old Johnson homestead at Pianos, Organs and. Musical Merchandise. Ifl MIAMI, FLORIDA. .
Greenville Teun.
; .
Mrs. Ellen W. Grant Sartorls, the Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvements. Located on park, ono S
only. daughter. of President Grant, is A block from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding/ splendid view of Biscayne Bay Rates)
oth Cloth For Street Wear. -The Cg-Ir now living in this country-since the We purchased In January last the Immense stock of Piano, Organs, sheet $2: per day and upward. Special rates by week or month.
Straight Sack. husband in music and musical instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We .are" closing out 4H
death of her Washington.The
tripes and checks In woolen goods will the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room for a full
luau worn and will compose very ef- only daughter of President Hayes, line of the celebrated Conover, New England, Schubert and Klngsbury Pianos
ve ooatumes, rendered elegant by the Miss Fanny Hayes, pusses touch of the We have the following pianos which are worth from f 100 to $200: more than we OCEAN BEACH: I-IOUSE..r-s.. .
lion of velvet as a trimming. Some winter in travel and spends her sum. ask for them : *) .
of ornamentation Is always necessary CoDover,itleKwal, ....... .......... ."......tao HaloM 8ro.., .trle II, mah...,...............'200
these material if they to have aut'i Fremont X. eb..,... .............. .. rta Schubert, 18. .... anu ON THE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. t" ,
are u J.b.I........ ... ., .200 Malcolm Love, wal.Y., .... Sao/
appearance, anll velvet Is oonsld- Brown the "little Mollie" of the Gar .. u J we., ,....... ........... .... 300 Steinway .b................ Silo Opposite Daytona/ near the City; Beautiful Boulevard Surf bathing' Rates ryri '
especlnlly appropriate as well as at .. I. Te'eb ......................... ef40 Everett, 'f! .h....... ....... ... 11.Kwal ;
Iii extremely fashionable.great field family, lives in Washington during .. u ....................t... 82.1' Kiojpbur, 1 le 8 eb..............1..'.... rat according to location of rooms. House open all the year. ,'i
the winter and at the old familyhomestead MoCammoD, Style 2'J.wai.. ........... ........800 .. A. .11........ ?...;...... 1Nwr2mat. Address MRS. II. C. BERRY Sea Breeze Fla.
deal of cloth la to be worn this .. .:......... ... .. II/If) KnabeGrand ".................... :Silo t
r in fact It promises) to be a olotbon. in Ohio in the summer. The u .. 1.wal, .................... "' 8 Steyve..ot eb. ................ 176a ---- .- -
Although smooth finished only' daughter of President Arthur, e 7 eb................... 760 .. wal., ............... too
: goods Haloes Bros., 'I 8,ob....... ............ Sao NeIIJ'& Ev&aI eb...,................. 12lI
onsidered rather susceptible to Injury, Miss Ellen Herndon Arthur, lives in .. 0 8.b..................... 118 Jas.M. Star, .b.......................... lie The Hotel :Flacide Opened
ie cloth Is sponged before being made Albany with an aunt and spends much e u 6, n1.b...,...............ISO Morris, .. .. 100 January-; fees
II powers of endurance are much in- time in travel Mrs. Mary Harrison Some of these pianos have been rented, bat we have had them re-polished and
"d, as it la leas apt to show spots and MoKee, the only daughter of President put In thorough order and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momey re JACKSONVILLE, fLORIDA.'

manta The sponging may be done Harrison, lives at Saratoga", and the funded. We furnish a stool, scarf Innstruotlon book and delivered f. o. b.. Jacksonville In the center of the city,,on Main Street the dividing line between east and west a ;
Ole to although It saves time and trou- Cleveland children, of coarse, are at ; cash or Installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us. one block from Bay. Everything entirely' new Elegantly furnished throughout.
re the It done ire at the establishment. home in the White House. FREYER & BRADLEY. MUSIC COMPANY Superior Cuisine and Service.;! Bus meets all trains. Term 1a.: O per day and
goods purchased. For gener"POMS 24/ East Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.Fiecher'e upwards. Special rates by the week. N. L. WARD, Proprietor, i
,such as ordinary calls and afton Of
street wear, a nice cloth costume Is .
useful C ptelB Henry JU...
wort, straight and appropriate.sock, which This is become winter Captain Henry King, who has just :aO-.rmLS.: DAYTONA HOUSE

been made editor in chief of the 8t (FORMERLY HOTEL SI'BNCK.)
1 Louis Globe-Democrat, has been in n
practical charge of the paper for the last' A. S. DICKINSON, Proprietor. '

two years. He was born in Salenf, 0., I Cottage.Palm. This house,'centrally and pleasantly located, baa bean newly furnished; I la now v"
in 1841. He gained bis first knowledgeof .. better than ever before prepared to furnish a comfortable borne to tourists and **
the newspaper business the QuincyWhig : Stxroot, Tl.1.uJIiIIV': 1e, :I1'1a. the traveling publlo generally. 'I extend a hearty Invitation to all my old friends F
which he held successively on the East Coast to call and see me. A. 8. DICKINSON
on paper 'Centrally located between both depots. Airy rooms, good table, pure drink. ,Daytona Fla.
every position from copy boy to Ing.water. \ ,
editorial writer. When the war broke Rates : 2.00 pet! day; special rates by the week or month. '
out, he was editor of the Quincy Whig. CUR. F. FISCHER Proprietor; .J
He took the :field as an aid on the staff 'i' Seminole Hotel :
of General Dodge and was afterward ,

upon the the close staff of the of war General Governor McPherson.At Ogles-. 'OPEN ALL TUB YEAR. '

agent by of of Illinois the state appointed with rank him of military colonel GRAND VIEW HOTEL WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. +':f'r'" I

In 1869 he removed to Topeka and established Tltuevillc Florldn. This hotel Is substantially built of brick and has every convenience Close to :
a paper, In 1888 he accepted ; the railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel I ( ,
an editorial position upon the St. Louis The above hotel Is now open and la full running/ order and the' table. Sa" supplied with fishing tackle on board for the use of /guests. Itates, from 9:1.00: per day and<<. J't'' ,
Globe-Democrat. On that paper he has with alt the market affords-such as /game, flab, oysters, etc. upwards; special rates by the week or month. M. J. BOVCE. tt ,
made a reputation aa an able and versatile A carriage meets all train for the convenience of guests. A first-cla.s laundry GEORGE ZAPF. Proprietor. Manager! \ .
/ writer. attached to the hoteL I
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Open for.Summer Season of 1807 June 22nd. Fine Surf Bathing", Fishing and

vurrrjf Tou r. *. : : IA1: : T' RIVER: ::: ::aO'lEL.:: wheeling. SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY.4. : '

ra.blonable, will be mach worn wIh HARRY L. BEEMAN, Manager. :?
owns and will frequently be made TITUSVILLE Until June 15th for rates etc. write feI i
*iame material to match. rw care San JuantTotet, | Orlando, Fla. ,1

Ide belts, corselets' and owls girdles / Indian Ttivor. ,
remain In vogue all winter. These ; I
Baer 1a117 Suitable for slight flgnree If 0 Flay STANTON HOUSE ,1 i '?!'
are well formed but honld be
11817 avelded by a woman with a yd ? !e -oj I :/' \
misstIitrue larp w....." j ,J. A. UAPPERSETTEUABTAOER. I''
s for that there are many new : r I D. J. JONES Proprietor. : .;
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for winter and "
wear :
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tralghtsack Is ,, r' .
:ftTL-l'. Whenfashi making win made"men-anted Open All The Year. j Rates $1CO per day Special Terms (to ,;'t'

IIIecI, they '
have a more elegantappear- Families.
"'-anwkat .
00** and are more Only a few minutes' 4 ; '
GUll to wear, It less waruurmmc lit"eFIr. walk from Railway stations .. )0
" The' iklK trimminggray "Have you ever been baptized. and Steamboat land- Two Minutes Walk from Central '
: baa rich ofPPUoatlon '
IDgB. '
'..VeI! vaet heavily embrold.III. "Ho. tor. 1're been Taocinated, On the banks) of the Depot, y ;, '
J2f ehg1t 7pease thoagh.New York Sunday Journal far-famed Indian River. OHATTANOOOA. .
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7/ JJt. Western Meats of All Kinds,


For SAIe.t .. -.. .. < E_ Le: DT & :a o
ABSTRACTS of Title Furnishedfor

A tract of 100 acres-of fertile vegetable ..f 'ff.," ', Groceries, Grain. Hay. Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple &: Fancy Groceries,
' kland; ocean and river front. Can be .? Lands in Bmard and And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal
g bought at a sacrifice figure. Apply to Counties. Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing ,G*]
G. BAli )l
I Grand View! boteiTltuevllle the above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patrol

Fla., I. Qom, Very truly, E. L. BRADY &;" BRO.-Titu8vlle] i

> We have a large List: -

For,-Charter.The : .... of Lands owned by THE DECANTER.

fine sloop Yankee Doodle can be -oj

bartered by the cia), week, or month; Reading notice ads. on this page Pineapple Slips For Sale. ourselves and clients : Ronakor
y anywhere between Ormond and Miami ar-cents per line per week. f Lesley
Price for unimprovedlands
wood accommodations for ladles. For Porta Rica, Abakka, Golden Queen, ,

farther particulars CAPT., write GKO.to Cook, 7ak8.Notice. best prices.varieties Apply to'for' sale at, reasonable $3 to $1OO 1 Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums; Gins and

Tltusvllle, Fla. A. GOLDY, Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout < *
Red Spanish and Fancy Variety Slips GOMEZ, Indian River, Fla. I per acre.
l L I and Suckers for Bale. Apply to A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tab

:Xaphtha Launch for Sale.JI .;*, W., GoRDON BROWN, Family and hotel trade la solicited. Prompt and careful attention given: to
HB M ,fflWIn Hobe Sound, Fla. .Choice Pineapple Plants. WE have a few Residence, Orange ordors. Cash must accompany your order. tOSLET A" RENAKER,TltusvIUel! ,

good condition; length, 81 feet; Abbaka's and e; Grove and Pineapple Properties In,desirable
Queen's Porto Rica's
II ,j, width Oft. Bin.; headroom In cabin, Oft.; Fancy Pineapple Slip & Suck- Smooth Cayenne's for sale from Win-
drabgitt, SOin.; 10 horse-power; speed, en for Sale. della Plantation, Lake Worth.; None locations. Prices Reasonable. For
9 miles an hour: built by the Gas Power but the finest slipped.JOBIT WagonsOf
I A Engine Co., New York. Cost, three -
ago, $2, ,,1111e11 for 11,200 or Abbakas, Egyptian 'Queen, Golden HKNBY,Beach TITUSVILLE.
Melbourne Fla.
l won boat.d take In part.payment a goocall- Queen Red Spanish., Porto Rico Applyto Smooth Cayenne and I. OFFICES"I and WEST MIAMI.PALM BEACH, All: Kinds

GEO. ZAPF 'MADDOCK A MATTHAMB, Guavas Wanted. Carts and Harness also General
?,j; West Palm Beach, Fla.. "Palm Beach Pinery," Buggies, ]
West Palm Beach, Fla.
Highest cash price paid for /guavas, in BEOTOLm:: : :R: ]h.A.,Tom mrch:
any quantity, and at any station on the MILLINERY.and ,
'' A Patronleu Postofflce. Choice Pineapple Plant East; Coast Railway W apply to .. Go.or send your orders to ROBT. E. MUMS Jr.,
Ormond, Fla. Bicycle Sundries kept In Stock. Tltusvllle, 1
Eros, FLA., May, 13, 189'1. Smooth Cayenne, Envil City, Abbaka, "Refer to Editor ADVocaTa.Transportation DRESSMAKING.
: and Red Spanish, grown without cover .
Editor,, Advocate: and from young plants. Guarantewlfirstclass.

+ patron of Enos postofflce baadecld.d Apply or address, of State Troops. The NewSelden r
,. to have his mall sent to Narrows C. A. ROBINSON, '
Fla.. In the event of the appoint- Eden, Indian River, Fla. Adjutant-General Patrick Houston has
ment of J. E. Dodge as postmaster, and Issued the following !orders relating to
the removal of the Enos office one half the transportation of the East Coast Cypress Door Com

mile nearer to the Orchid office than at minister of the Methodist church, >of State Troops: a pan
i present Justice demands that the voice which the family are members. I Company "0,';' Fifth+i,,battalion, from 1
ef the people. when united,' should berespected. Her sister told me that she looked very Tltusvllle, Tallahassee via East CoastLine a :
L. natural, and tbe beautiful flowers which and Florida Central A" Peninsula P'ALATKA, PL.A.,
the kind friends on Indian River had railroad. I Opened October-let", 1806, turned the steam on to *
placed In and over the casket were In a Company "D"! Fifth battalion, from
A Correction.k.4 perfect state of preservation. The lovely Daytona to Tallahassee, via East Coast One .of the Largest and Best Equipped Door Sash If!'
,. white lilies, which had been placed I In. LlmJ and Florida Central and Peninsular ,
r, ,Tiioric, FLA., May, 11th, 1897. her hands, were pure as her sweet spirit. railroad. I
+;s Editor, Adeoca1.Allow !, The family feel so grateful for the.loving Company," Fifth battalion, from I and General Wood Working Plants in ,the United States
In valuable care of the Indian River people who Key West to Tallahassee via East CoastLine /
to correct me; the space Eau Gallle your correspondent.paper attended their lost one. The letters of and Florida Central '&":' Peninsular And with experienced management, (covering a'past experience of eI
In of his Items he that Mr. and sympathy from those friends are very railroad. 3 yean In Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the> I '
:Mrs.one J. W. Merrill left says for their home at dear to them. Companies "B" and "D," First battalion :Mall orders solicited. Satisfaction possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will ot
Kansas City, Mo., leaving their beautiful I enclose the funeral notice, which is anti from St. Augustine to Jacksonville guaranteed. Doors: Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glam,, I
to Tallahassee via East Coast
as follows t Line
In of Mr. John =
Wynn.Tropic place I am In charge charge of Mr. Merrill's Tbe remains of Miss Fannie Wallls and Florida Central A Peninsular rail- ,Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds, P+
will be buried after services by Rev. Dr. road.
Troplo and have been for two
Brown and Rev II. B.'' Reams, from Dr. Tltusvllle Fla..
and Mr. John Wynn has never
years I.
Park's residence, at 2 o'clock tomorrow : 1
worked for Mr. Merrill to my certain The Bank of Bay Blscayne. ..
1I lao"ledge. We would like him to tell afternoon, April 80th, In the New Ceme .. New 1897 Model(Globe Gasoline Engine.Stationary .
os In his next; week's Items where he At the second! annual meeting of the ----]::: Will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of :::[---
got his Information. Thanking you for tery.The above bank c
,recently+ held at its offices
this little space, I am, Military Encampment at at :Miami, the dividends 'for the year :
Yours respectfully, t CYPRESS AND GEORGIA r
B. J. HILLUBD.Hope Tallahassee.If. were officers said to were be 10 elected per cent.for the The ensuing following D PINE LUMBER rn

year Wm. M. Brown, president;. R. R.
Yet for the Pineapple The local committee of ,the Business I McCormick, vloe-president: Chas. II. 0 wOo aree! led AXXCfl.: :Xt.Oaa.ffla. t
League la still at work the Gartbslde, cashier. The directors
oq encampment are;
Growers. grounds, on Houston Heights. The W. M. Brown, R. R. McCormick, Chas. Also Mouldings and Turned Work; Brick Lime Ceo
thirty mess halls and kitchens are nearIng Garthslde, L. C. Oliver and E. M. Brela- ,

ANKONA! FLA., May 12, '97 completion says the Tallahassee ford. and Crates of All Descriptions:
correspondent of Times-Union. Gore
ruorAdvocater nor's staff quarters and the encampment The East Coast Canal. a Tjtu.S"P'l.11: .' Florid a

mUe the result of the efforts of the officers' buildings/ are also in course of aI
.; .e pineapple growers of the East Coast, to construction. The bath-houses are up; The I
the :Joint committee appointed to In-
I. Increase the duty on pineapples, was not swimming-pool* has been put; In spect the Florida East Coast canal P. E. McMURRAY
} be thorough repair. Water, lights and tel- returned I Carriage and
I. so satisfactory as might; hoped, It issot
to Tallahassee last week, after
ephone service on the grounds are also an
too late to amendment
yet secure an
)I being arranged for. All I will be in first- absence of twelve days. The committee A
to the committee's report; when the bill Wagon
; is well
class condition for occupancy by the pleased with the progress of the
Is taken In the senate.
I.' up open work.: Captain Hendry, of Lee BAKER
date of the ,
Matters of encampment Everything says I ,
'J$ a purely political nature
has that it; was an "eye-opener" to the !la(
been done
\' drove the committee; from the favorable that; will add to the com committee -
;1, : position they had taken on our case oat fort and convenience of the State Troops the members having no Idea of and Marine Ito 125 -a. p. The Dealers In U
tbe magnitude of the work Barest moat Reliable Economical
until and
during the encampment, and it be they Durable
t its merit when, at; the last moment, Power for Launches.
went the Auxiliary rower for
!11 the passage of the bill was endangered, truthfully said that no more eligible over route. yachts and biulneM boat,and wtaere stationary Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles Hand Carta, etc.,* v
4 location could be found In the state. power is
\ the committee reluctantly yielded to the required.BKNJ. Main and Church
I'f Eastern Interests, they having Republican The Indian River Guards leave hereon -Mr.: ,J. F.' Wooten, who has been Sole ,
:Monday next, the 17th Inst. to RvprcMntatlv for Manufacturer In the
; par spending week
: len.torlwbo were needed to pass or so In Tallahassee, State of Florida.
ticipate In the BOOKUEDOB FIA.tyCatalogneR
the bill. encampment.! returned to Cocoa yesterday. : and prices "" t7
) Active efforts:' are still being made to on application:1/; a

t .' secure an amendment There will be FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.: : Will Install this Engine
Purpo +
'I o cessation of these effort while any any
,f. hope remains, or the points of these efforts '- CHAS.
a N.
J foreshadow progress In the right Senator E. N. Dlmlok .on Monday, WELSHANS, that Power may be Required
direction. Much good has been ,
i already Introduced the following new bills: '
J.,; done; and even. the matter now stands "An act to legalize incorporation of :>. CD CD ;a
,!! I '*' It Is vastly better than the duty under the city of :Miami Dade, county;" and CEMENT BRICK ..ccu ((1) f
: \ the" Wilson bill. We hope for more "An act; to extend the time for the LIME, SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER -- C a :9 t
V, ., progJ'8A1ln the line of a higher duty, and commencement of the work on the Titus ,I a. bQ i: CD
will continue to labor unceasingly for vllle, Canaveral and Peninsula railroad." C en i
that end. ** CD =
In the Senate, Wednesday, several c v, wa k
f Very truly yours, bills
{ new were Introduced, among them
l e => ;
", \ 0. T. McCAJUY.f the following:_. State ; CD !
Agent L. &
,I, : fay senator Ulmtck,' an act to. : M. Paints and Oils. ;:: .c r .

for the establishment of sub-districts eOld 'Phone 8. Q..... .! 6
f",, ',. THE SAD DEATH OF BUSS working, repairing and maintaining the )O( 13 Hog8n Street, SeE CD :i
public road. and bridges of the several JACKSONVILLE NmaC
WALLIS. Q) ...
counties; also, .* :s : e
Senate bill No. 67, by Mr. Dimick, an -"\ O P'n a;

,f ::.. 'lh Further Particular, as to Her act to prohibit fishing In the waters of BRADLEY RKDFIEU c 3't: ... II
Lake Worth and tributaries. Passed.- E. B. REDHELD.cto .t dQII > C'i i i
I t Funeral, &c. 20 to a a. FZED.aD ..c- c. tL .ccni m
'The following'\ communication has In tbe noiiifl, Mr., Hardee, of Brevard, SOXtr i
brea sent us by an ADVOCATE subr Introduced an act to provide for estab 1871. 141"DOCK STREET. 3 e-Q= ) C.si
scriber at Nashyllle, Tenn., which we lishing sub-dlittricta for the work of re- t ::.c ,
I ''i';;: publish herewith for the perusal of the pairing roads and bridges. Fruits and Vegetables .c u _ce j
many friends of the late Miss Fannie i
I Wallis, the popular school teauher at 'Tile SENATORIAL BACK.: Philadelphia, Pa. \rIoaxwOe": :
Kockleiige the On Wednesday, at Tallahassee, candidate
past winter, and
WrIte UI for Stencils and "Colored"
jfl whose Cblpley forged ahead by several our Card. Ship UI and ..
tragic demise was chronicled In we will do your pineapples And
!1 beat for
votes and ballot yoa. guarantee Economical
the stood
,. these columns on Friday, April 30th. M follows: its and Perfect
',; Chlpley,40; Stockton, 88; Raney, 10. -

,* 2tA.aimi.LK, TXNN.! May 11, '87. stating Yesterday that telegram Chlpley bad was received received 47 E. Satisfactory Operation. o
t Editor .Ad OCG":. may votes settle and Stockton it. 41. Today(Friday), Williams &: Go. A Genuine Surprise AT REASONABLE COST.

I went this morning to the stricken OF- Write
us for '
? .:, horn of Dr. Wallie, and talked over the To Celebrate .Wholesale! Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants. Particulars. w \
Md death of Miss Wallls with her drier.Q Queen Victoria's .,. A
}t '. It; Is a blow that the family\ will slowly Birthday. TWIDs ::BEl.OS., d
rsoorer frotn. 65 South Broad St., ATLANTA. CA. Machinists and Engineers,
.The first Intimation of the sad affair Foot of Liberty
;; reached them at; midnight, Tuesday,' by Governor Bloxham has received a Foreign and Domestic Fru.I 8. JACKSONVILLE TL-\\
i r, telegram. The awful suspense of wal telegram from Secretary of State Sherman
t Leg was prolonged until Thursday even- at; Washington, announcing ,that VKOKTABUES: :
i lag when the remains reached NaahTt lie. the British ambassador Informs him, :nttrmsOranges
F It was thought beat; to hare the funeral under date of the 8th lost, that., In view String De.... FOR '
#! at the home of her grandfather In of the request of the citizens of Florida, Cauliflower. SALE.... Home-Grown
VraaUln, Tenn.-about twenty miles orders have been given for II. M. S. Okra-Celery. \ omit a
I from ".re-u It; was the home of Miss Pallas to visit Fort Tampa, to. participate Cucumbers Lemons, # PINEAPPLE
Wallis daring her childhood, and the In commemorating the queen's Tomatoes. e Limes, SLIPS AND SUCKERS
place birthday. Beats, Cabbage, l'
where her mother was buried PeMh-. Y Of the
/ three years ago.OnFridsymoraing. Squash Pineapples following Varieties :
,, ::'. ., the family and a Monr. We want money to lon on first New Potatoes, Strawberries, DIIab Porto Rico !
umber of friends accompanied the re- real estate mortgages. Ten percent Egg Plant, Grapes. pttu. Qneen, Golden .QBMB, Riplej QN*
analns to Franklin. The serrleea were free of all to leader. D. Asparagus e' Coo uuta. Cayenne
expenses L.
y ti conducted at Dr. Park's residence. by the Gaulden, TltuvtllA RErcasNO Third National ..... ,; --.ts.aff- Ptntmtaco and Red Sptolsb. 1
4 Ga.l Armour PMUaf U..ua.m,OaT Oeo. ..TaVlor.'wVS *,
I .>>--.Co.,.......te.&: Apply to- O. C. MATTHAMS, Florid PineappBesrle :. v
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