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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: May 21, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00079
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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bl. :14. No. 14. T.ITUSVILLE' FLA., FRIDAY, MAY 2:1.: :1897. 5c



OCAL NEWS, 'I .Major J.. p. Lovett: well known -Mr. Wm. Bindle came np to town I -Mr.'J. D. Crabb, of Cocoa, came up Shoes. HOTEL NOTES. "

along the East Coast, gave our office a from Cocoa, yesteidar., I to town yesterday, on a visit to his wife ,
of General Interest.ever pleasant call on Tuesday. and If want something nice In the
family you
Joe
Topics Wilkinson, of Rockledge, Is here 4 WUBHR: : to stop. See list of hotels via

toll to read:;; ; our Inside pages: spending-Attorney few Geo. M. Bobbins has been with Chas. Hatch. Editor Guy I. Metoalf of the Trop war of or ladles'write, Julius rents', or Kline children's, Titusvllle shoos,, our 7th page.

In- a days at West Palm -Mr. J. C. Stowers the worthy ical Sun, passed through/ here, yesterday, Fla. He has
find to postmaster an elegant assortment that
something
will\ always Beach and Miami this week. his home to Palm Read the now advt. of The Colonnades
on after
Beach
way
of Palm Beach, returned home Is sure to please everyone-both as to Hotel on our 8th This comfortable
tjon. -Mr. Silas B.,Wright of DeLand, has Monday having spent- about ten days In spending few weeks In Tallahassee. quality and price. and commodious page.hotel will be kept .4
been in town a few Jays this' week Jacksonville, and his old home, Daytona.Mrs. .
brings together the --Mr. John Elnlg, of Jacksonville, was open all the summer, under the management
The wake newspaper buyer aud the wideawakent. attending to Insurance business.Mr. T. T. Wetmore's residence was in town yesterday, and Informed us that -Mr. L. LeCragin, father of Mr. Chas. of Mr. Sydney Halglt.A .

Harry Dyer, of Stuart, returned the place of meeting on Wednesday for his sister, Mrs. Carlile, of LaGrange was I. Cragin, of Philadelphia and Palm report of an Interestingdlscnssliw 'v
home Monday, after having enjoyed a the Octagon Reading Club. The members much better. She has been seriously III. Beach left for his home at At hoi Center Iin the Bahamas. House of Assembly relative

We acknowledge receipt of the an- pleasant time in Jacksonville. and St. will be entertained by Mrs. W. M. _Mr W. E. Pabor, representing the Mans., on Friday'last, 'subscribing I to Mr. II. M. Flaglnr's proposals

catalogue of the John B. Stetson Augustine, the past week. Brown next Wednesday, the :28th Inst National Editorial Association, was at for the ADVOCATE ere returning north. for a new hotel, eto., at Nassau, New
Fla.,,
roily, DeLand, Archdeacon B. F: Brown will hold Ex-Gov.. W. H. Qleason, after spending Melbourne the first of the week, look. Mr. Cragin has been spending part of Providence, will be.found on 4th page.

We are In receipt of a'copy of 'lfrDe divine service In St. Gabriel's Episcopal a couple of weeks or so In 'Jackson- ing af 100 acres of land which Land the winter with his son at Palm Beach, I The 1n which the Travelers A
P. Woillard's letter patent foror ville here ,from Wednesday Commissioner J. E. Ingraham, of St. and the remainder with friends In the manner
church, Titusville on Sunday next the stopped over
hotel Jacksonville Is
being con +
now
,
Interior of the state He is ;
right
i engine. Augustine, has offered to donate as a a jovial
vapor 23rd inst, at 11 a. m. and 1:SO p. m. until yesterday, on his way tor Eau- ducted by Mrs M. IInley much praised -,
gentleman and takes much Interest In
the home the
site for erection of a for
Gallle. He us a pleantant call ,
Effect of ConoenCapital" gave Coast of readers who haw ,
Read "Economic -Mr. Alfred Cleveland returned to while In town. above association. the East of Florida. by many our
d on 2nd pate! and notes tpwn on Monday from Miami, where he stopped there. It I. neat,'orderly and
The Pineapple" on 3rd page. has been employed In the firm of E. L. Mrs'Will (Pete) Myers and family have ,Duren A: Feaster's pony tried to turna comfortable. ,'j

Dame Rumor says that another filling Brady" Co. for some time past. rented one of the Wiley cottages near somersault on Washington avenue Senator Pasco and the Seminole That popular hostelry, Hotel Placid.
yesterday morning but was not successful
the Grand View. Pete who Is well -
Cuba War Bill. Jacksonville under the able
expedition to passed -Attention of our readers throughoutthe In this acrobatic feat management
known in Titusvllle-Is In Mexico for a accomplishing oqurEoous
of the. and Mr. N. L.
the East Coast on Tuesday. State li drawn the obliging
n to new ad. of Dr. while. as the wagon was somewhat In the way. -
Waveland C. F.'Houston, Bay street Jacksonville Happily no damage was done. For On at D. C. Ward, assisted by her affable roomclerk
Mr. Chas. H. Racey, was Monday, Washington, wellpatronled.
Mr. James Is still
Daly being
purchaser of Mr. C. K.Key on'.pony, which will be found on our.4th page. -Mr. A. A. Barrelle, who has been at some reason he does not like the look Senator Pasco called up and secured the to, the of
tending school at DeLand University arrived of the lee It hlm- of the bill to reimburse Floridafor Owing pressure
rtined for sale In the ADVOCATK wagon, an "upsets" passage
-We understand that
Messrs.
E. L. business the the
proprietress
past season,
'in town Wednesday, on a visit of this In the
Jike occasion.
week. Brady and Wm. M. Brown will ship more on expenditures suppressing baa found it to enlarge the
several weeks to his sister, Mrs. Cbas. Seminole War. It la the bill which necessary
the coming season than -Mrs. M. L. Coleman after enjoying same hotel and make further Improvements
Dr. M. D. L Dodson expects to oranges any K. Kenyon.The has several times the but
ehere Monday, for Sebastian and other grower in this section. Their an eight months' visit to her son and passed Senate so that the guests will really find It ".
,
failed because of aotlon'lo the House.
points south, and will probably be !groves are said to be In splendid condit- Ladles' Guild of the St. Gabriel'sEpiscopal daughter-in-law and Mrs. Roswell It carries of home from home." Among the many
church will meet at four an appropriation $201,034 as
all the week.' ion. Coleman; of Titusvllle-left yesterday Improvements are an elevat.>l',commodl-
o'clock this (Friday) afternoon. All will the amount due the state. toilet and
for Jacksonville where she spend a ous sample rooms, rooms a
ISfr. Courtland Buckman, baa Just -Mr; and Mrs. Julius Kline returned members are cordially Invited to be pres few days ere returning ,to her summer .4 spacious office. Of late thin. hotel has

eel Into his new and commodious from New York on Tuesday, saying their ent. home at Clifton, N. J. Mrs. Coleman The Indian River Steamers.: had quite a large number of distinguished .

in the Drew building, 22 Hogan had trip was a delightful one, and that they the -Mr.'W. J.'Tucker, of Ft. Pierce who has many friends on Indian River, and guests; therefore, the above Improvements .
month in
t, Jacksonville.. above spent busy a city.very enjoyable has been spending several day. at Tallahassee they will be glad to see her here next The work of sheathing the bottoms of are muob needed. J

Judge M S. Jones, after spending ale enjoying the society his politIcal winter.Mr. the steamers St. Augustine and St. Sebastian
of weeks In Tallahassee and others -Mr. H A. Bethancourt, who has friends, stopped off at Titusville a G. Cary-Elwea, of' Titusvllle With i yellow pine planking Is
s Middle Florida, returned home been acting In the capacity of clerk at couple of days or so this week en route has )been appointed agent for the Liverpool about completed, and it la expected that LOCAL AOVTA.. Ten Cent. Per Liner Per ;n

turday afternoon last. the Grand View hotel, at this place, for A London A Globe Fire Insurance the Boats will be slid off the ways In Week, on this (front) page.

Miss Venetla MIms returned to here several Jacksonville months where past,he left said on he Monday expected for home.Mr.. R. S. Head, formerly traveling Co, and agent pruna.. for the Sun Mu Jacksonville to-day or tomorrow when

at Mime on Saturday last, after remain freight agent for the F. .E. C.. .Railway, tual and Providence Washington Insut- they will receive a general'overhauling Good Hotel For Sale.
to permanently.Mr.
8IIfully conducting the Malabar pub- now occupies a position as soliciting ance companies. lie Is at present locatedIn and necessary repair. The St. Augustine .- '
hool the past winter. J., H. Yanoey is one of the oblig- agent for the Fruit Growers Express and the offices recently vacated by R. will have new boilers mad and put For sale, the Holly Inn, Daytona, fullyFurnished l
ing and genial newsagents/ employed on Armour Car Lines. Mr. Head is quitea Freeman Hall,Titusvllle,and Is preparedto In by the Merrill-Stevens Engineering and equipped throughout.
The Island City (Key West) Guards the trains of the East Coast Railway. popular young man, and we wish him write policies for any place In Bre- Co., as the ones she has are In such bad This hotel Is one of the best paying 1 ,

d through here, Saturday last, on He is quite a. good salesman and has all success In his new office. vard county, condition from the action of the saltwater establishments on the East Coast, and .

way to Jacksonville, where they i the happy faculty of pleasing his customers. -Mr. R. R. RIcou the well-known during the time she was laid up, I. now open. For particulars apply to ;
Groubad of Fort Pierce ,
eel a day or two en route to the i -Mr. H.t r that they are practically useless. MBS. O. S. PORTKR: ,
wholesale fish dealer of Eden passed '
mpment at Tallahassee. returned home Monday from St. Augustine Fla. ,
-The U. S. Bakery and London Pie where she had been for the' past through here, yesterday, on his way to Daytona,

Messrs. jGeo. M.: Bobbins and Freda Shop, 848 East Bay street, Jacksonville, I three weeks under the care of Dr. W. S. Tampa, to join his wife and children In Whore l I. ? ,

returned 'to Tltusvllle, Fridaymoon run by Messrs. Altree A Frasler, turn Worley. She was very pleased to tell us a couple of weeks' stay there. He hada Tltusvlllo''Mayor. A. Fine? Hotel for Sale. 'I;
last, after attending a meet.of out the most delicious bread, .cakes and i that she felt much better since being broad smile on his face when we'met -

the Masonic lodge of Sohrlners, at pies that are to be found In Jacksonville. under that gentleman's treatment.The him here,' and on Inquiry found that his Three weeks ago, Monday next, our Owner wishing to retire, will sell the y'
sonvllle, last week. t They are worth a trial. family had just been Increased by the mayor, It. Freeman Hall, left Ms home oldest and best known trnnnlont and
Mr. T. was popular Capt. J. R. Lovelace, addition of a bouncing baby boy. Mr. at this place, and has not been heard of family\ hotel In Ashevllle, N C. Small' ) + '
Grotjan Ronald In
town -Mr. John B. McDonald, special of Green Cove' Springs, who acted as
Rloou informed us that he was going Into since lIe told some people he was cash Central location andvaluable
1 or so the first of the week on his of the Hartford Insurance Co., has board the, steamship Monti- payment.
on
agent purser the pineapple business this year. going to Atlanta, and others that he wa.on frontage Apply to
home to Lotus from Orlando, where been In town several days this week attending cello, running between Miami and Nassau his to Tallahassee and New box
ent last week to examine the -The Titusville Whist Club held Its way LOCK MR,
pine- to the affairs of his company in this past season, expects leave shortly Orleans. Now residents shrugging
our are Ashevllle N. C.
Is sheds in that section.Mr. Titusville. He left for Cocoa and other for the Bay Biscayne section, to take meetlng.at the residence of Capt. and their shoulders and winking at each ,

and Mrs. Laney and family, whoe places south on Tuesday. charge of one of the fine steamers that Mrs. James Prltohard last night, when other; and still asking "Where Is our
been visiting relatives at Columbusother are plying there. all present had an enjoyable time. Music t Two of his bond.men-a. Mosquito Par I'zer.
-Capt. A. J. Canova, of Rockledge, was a special feature; after which progressive mayor ?lSj
places in Georgia, stopped off who'went north some weeks ago with -Mr. Geo. W. Reynolds, clerk of the whist was played with great enthusiasm well ns the Insurance companies he -
>, Tuesday, to spend a few days with Mr. J. W. Slater's launch Seminole, Circuit Court of Key West, wife and for a couple of hours. When reprl'llentedre rather anxious to learn It docs the work. Price by mall, :28 ,

. Lanej's mother, Mrs. Smith. passed through here, Tuesday, en, route daughter Nathlle. and Mrs. Reynolds' time was called, Mrs. Geo. M. Bobbins of his exact whereabouts. cents. SBMINQI.IB Co., .

A change of schedule went Into ef-. home for a few days. He will be at mother, Mrs. Williams, have recently was found to be ahead, but was closely Daytona, Ft.... K

on the J., T. & K. W. By. the first Larchmont:, N..Y., during the summer. been having a very pleasant outing at followed by Mrs. R. W. Rhodes and Harried.

week. The train now leaves here -Mr. Gaines Worley, the son of that various places, among them St. Augustine Ch.... H. Walton by one point. There 5
5'
0:40: a. m. at Sanford at 1:15 -Jacksonville.. Mr. Reynolds has six: tables. Ice cream cake and Notice.
arriving celebrated Dr. W. S. Worley, of Nashville
surgeon Mr. Van L. Lockwood of
were ,
him at
ordered the sent to
pink
.
paper _.
D. abundance. -
In
;
returning, leave Sanford 2 m., la hospital stewardat were present
p.
St. Augustine now
,
Key West, for which place he and his Tenn., wan! married to Miss Ova Teahen,
ring here at 4:25 p. m. St. Augustine! and Is kept busy run- family started on Wednesday.Mr. of At. Augustine, last week. The brides Having been appointed agent of the
and down the East! Coast attend- Brevard County CommUslonera. Liverpool A London A Globe InsuranceCo.
Mr H. O. Cooke, of Jacksonville, an ning up the daughter of Captain and Mr. W.
outset and auditor pf considerable ing to various surgical oases, and makinga F. A. Mann, the genial and M. Teaheu, and a sister of Mrs. Jones, of ., the best and strongest In the world. I II +
dense physical examination: of the employes hustling' editor and proprietor of thatnewsy resided Titus hereby solicit the patronage of the
Is prepared to attend to the The Senate has confirmed the follow. Ccocoa. !She: formerly In. F
alng, closing and balancing of books, of the railway.Mr. journal, the Commonwealth(Day- tog of county commlsulon- vllle, where she was quite popular. The residents of the East Coast, to many of .
appointments
tona who went to Tallahassee last whom I shall not be an entire stranger ,
),
stlae partnership accounts, etc. If George B. Rumph, Jr., has week to attend to special business con- ers for Brevard : District No. 1, Joseph photography through my connection with Mr. K. W
need anything In his line, write him. at Titusvllle for Mendel No.. 2 John R. Walker' No. 3 '
been appointed agent, cerning Daytona, returned home on ; ; Freeman Hall, whom ,,1 _succeed In thosgency.
Insurance Co. and he Wm. H. No. .4 John ilou.tonjNo. Is said to be a young man of sterling ;
Mr. and Mrs. Jl: O. Walton, Chas. H. the Hartford says : Is quite an authority : Sharpe; : to the .
ton to make a thorough canvassof historical 5 John N. Waller. qualities. Congratulations happy
and Claude Walton will leaveay hope soon on facts, and I. writing a Very respectfully.
(Friday) for Tallahassee, to haveP Indian River in the Interest of his book respecting the landing of the ...- ._ pair. _' G. C4Ry.Er.W'ER' 4

> at the Indian River Guards, who company. Mr. Rumph Is an old resident Huguenots on the East Coast of Florida.It Died at Mlcco. Titusvllle, Fla.
now in camp at the above place, of Indian River, and we bespeak for hima promises to be quite a success, as he In our last Issue we omitted to men S Y'.
cb Is 319 miles, distant from Titus- share of the public patronage. has orders for a thousand copies already.The tion the marriage of Major Louis IL 'c
InsaranceAgency.
i
A. Bravo the popular and :Mr. Dill, wife of T. C:Dili of Mloco, MoLaln, one of the ADVOCATED! valued Hartford Fire ,
S. -
-Capt. Brooklyn Eagle referring to Mr. died last Saturday at 1 p. rn. of con.umptlon. subscribers. Major MoLaln was recently -- A
'k Mr. J'puU R. Cole, the affable young genial; captain of the steamer Titusvllle City of Monday KeyWe.t Winne, who made a cruise down Indian She was a native off Canada, joined In the holy bonds of matrimonyto Web to" announce that Mr. Geo. B.,
-
at Hotel Miami, Miami,, came up passed! through Miami after visiting, River from Port Orange, a few weeks'ago and had come to Indian River from Eng- Miss Harriet R. Ravensl, a prominent Rurapb, jr.; of TltusvlUo, has been appointed .. .
wwn i last Friday to get In readiness Jacksonville en route and to St. Severalof says: "D. P. Winne, of Lenox road, land a year or two ago In search of society woman of Charleston. The Majors agent fur the Hartford Fir

to with the Indian River Guards to Augustine him good Flatbush, has returned from a six weeks health, but too late to be permanently well known along the East Coast baY. Insurance Co. for Brevard county, to t,

encampment at Tallahassee. >Louis' the captain's Sine"frlends'gave shake as he stood on visit to Florida, bringing back with him benefited. For several months It has Ing built that portion of the Florida! succeed R. Freeman Hall, removed. ... ..
r friends here were pleased to see "Auld Lang minutes.Mr. enough curios to fill museum-- Among been known that her death was only a East Coast Railway between West Palm Thanking our patrons for past favors,
few
again. the platform for a them are a dozen live alligator. and six matter of a short time.' Her remains Beach and Miami, the bridge over Lake and soliciting for Mr. Rumph a continuance .

-A Jacksonville advertiser writes ns George H. Howe. and mother, stuffed ones. He also had a umber of were taken to Melbourne for, Interment. Worth, etc. He has a host of friends of the patronage so liberally bestowed t

week as follows: "It was my In"on Mrs. A. C. Howes, who have been spending snake-skins a variety of shells and other long the East Coast who wish him and we are,' ,. .
to stop advertising In the ADVO- the winter at their cozy home at things. Mr. Winne left for the benefitof Pabst Malt Extract* his bride every happiness.In which the *> Respectfully, Ac.,

I after the expiration of three Spruce Creek, left on the 13th inst. for his health and has returned looking --oJ UrvooATB Join*. Although Major Mo- Turn HAJiTrofiD Tune IMS, Co.,
nins, but I find that It has dono me 1 their old home In Braintree, Mass. Mr. well and hearty. He says he had a very Lain Is largely, Interested In phosphate By Jao. U. Me Dow A LD. y
tonics.It .
the finest
much good along the East Coast Howes Is a very pleasant gentleman to enjoyable time and that the"country is Is considered among mines, as well.as In contracting to build Special Agent '
may continue the ad. until the tend converse with as, having traveled con- looking well and prosperous. Is a concentrated liquid extract of railroads believe be will\ still be TltusvlUo, May 15, 1807. ,,
and meets the demand eto.b.we
malt and fully
rnber. Send bill up to date." siderably, his talk In a veritable budgetof -On our 8th page will be found the of the hops medical, profession and the able to spare time In which -
Information and Interesting and view the beauties of
useful the to; come down '
advt. of James B. Boors, one of
1essre.' L Bradbury A Sons, mann- anecdotes. Ere leaving for the north, new leading business men of Jacksonville, general public as the most efficacious Indian River occasionally-and probably Having accepted the agency for ,the I ; s
build the con.tltutloa for Brevard
remedial to "Old county
tqren agent up .
of subscribed for the ADVOCATE
Webb's Howes invest la something.
preserves, etc1., of Mr. and so staunck believer In the maxim business.
U w the nervous system, restore re.peotfullYlOlioU
your
strengthen
TocATB:Y.or have the thanks of .the Among' the recent; lady callers at that "Advertising Is to business what sound refreshing sleep, promote,a !# Gco. B. KuMPir, JH. f
jars of a present of several large this office were: Mr*. W. D. Mussenden, steam Is to machinery-the grand propelling good digestion. Insure a healthy appe- Wanted= proved .
preserved raspberries. They Mrs. S. Wilbur, Titnsvtlle; power;" hence he patronize the medicinal
Bath, Me.; tile etc, etc. It Is a purely
Pdt Jan np whole In patent, hermetically- Miss Laura Sharpe Nashville, Tenn.; pink paper, knowing Its high yaloe .. an preparation, and is sold by F. 8. Chaffee Property. Queen Victoria Jubilee.

oll very,delicious and the raspberries are cer- Mrs. J.. P. Brown, Tltnsvllle; Misses advertising medium: Mr. Bours keepson Co., TItasville, at 25cts per single -
: and Bessie Hall, Faustina; Misses hand a. large and well-ordered stockof dozen bottles. GiveIt
.. Sallie bottle and $2.50: per Suitable for growing fruit, vegetablesand
Bessie and Laura Houston, Eau Gallie; grain, bay, feed flour, grits, cottonseed a trial. tobacco. Will cash; must be a JACKSONVILLE, 18,1807.,
Katie Stewart Sand Jacky Rice, meal, etc., and makes a specialty of with 'Editor .
Horse for Sale.J' Misses bargain. Advise, full particulars, Advoeafet'Dear.
,
Miss Mattie May Hall, Jack- Fresh and pure garden seeds, all of which
Tltnsvllle; W... FRAJfCM
Mrs. J:H. Brown, Cocoa; Mrs. lie sells for cash on the closest margins lllgli Hammock Land Wanted. Sir-U has been decided by a
;;;; sonville .
Dorchester Ave.
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dle.'CbUgU,1 ,.. aaddlJ and ,
Titasvllle; Mrs. M. L. Cole- poe ib1e. He is also agent for the well- number of British subjects and wsllwlshsrs -
R. Coleman, Cleveland O.
N. J.Deer known Insect destroyer-Gray Mineral All parties having fair sized tracts of of Great Britain In Florida, t.
:, D., CBABB, man, Clifton, Ash. We bespeak for Mr. Bonn a shareof good, high 'hammock lands on the East celebrate the Jubilee ot Her Most Gracious ; 1

Cocoa Fla. the patronage of our readers on the Coast of Florida, suitable for the culture Orange Grove and Iteldence Majesty the Queen, by holding a + ,>M,
t Wanted. East Coast and other parts of Florida, of cigar leaf tobacco who are willing to ; series oi mounted sports, including a

To Persona' and have no doubt'but that his quotations co-operate In the development of such a for Sale. steeple chase, tilting the ring, cutting '
Going,North. The undersigned will pay $5.00 each on the goods he handles will crop, will do well to correspond with Mr. the lemon sto., etc. at Mouth Jacksonville : .. +

wo Mallo1' Ent-0laas:i ; for s), to the extent: of meet with their approbation. J. E. Ingraham, Land Commissioner of A fine grove and'prden property of on the 22nd oljune.
) roandp twelve, deliverer the Florida East Coast Railway Cotnpy., 12 fronting on the Indian RIver A subscription has been started to defray '
aketa, Brunswick to New York acres.
xwrnrCourtenay, St. Augustine, Fla. road the necessary expense: of the meet .
back
and to the
REPAIRING done by AnthonyBros. : extending county
Fla WATCH
'
East Coast please mention the and contribution the ADVOCATWreaders a
papers lag, any
1ft miles sooth of
Palm Beach Fla. at 8barpee-aboot .
** E. II., West above. might feel disposed to send wML ;r
Tftnsvtlle-known M the"Brock place;
Care ADVOCATE
.. BOO bearing tree; good house, four be gladly calved by any of the menuS
___ i Titusyille, Fla. For Sale. It .Town Tax Book Kotlce* Fresh and Salt Water FMi. rooms and kitchen; servant house and bees of the committee, as follows: ,
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d"-'ft.:- cabin steam -' e1. packing booH.. Price t4IIOO.oo. K. RDVLOW, Jacksonville... A
Bones .
Wanted. One light Xarloe The tax books of the Town of Titus Brook Bevel, of THusvffl*, has openeda Apl.SO .-s W. UA.WABO
-- launch; ODe 20 horse power of RoBaurs GKAJLAM H. O. Cooo. '
foot North
the ,
vllle will positively close oa June 1st.* fish market at Bridge. .
bJonr: bona and MIld them to he boiler, 40ft. 4oft.-a.: : ..' J. A. HArmarrn, Daytona, and will deliver fresh fish at AU .. for owners, 01Y). T.MU.M, M.'Augustine.C. ..

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Lumber and Manufacturing
deco, $7.45, now $1.00; Oregon, $10.20, MADE A BAD "SITTER." Paper Csnini I Michigan GO,

;I In Feeble Health now $1.00; Washington Terrltol'112.00, ---r Knapp the great German manufacturer MANUFACTURERS!: OF '-,
now $1.00. The agglomeration of capl !Vnvfcl* .f Arti.MWith. the ......... of l of cannons has lately completed a
has bad w..... X* Her Tcrathu number of paper fleldpieoes for the use
tal In the
great railway systems
.Mill Stuff
; Unable. to do Her Work Norvoui a similar outcome -In 1873 .there were When the Princess of Wale was, a of the.German infantry. Their caliber Cypress or Plus Lumber,' Sidings, Floorii

and Tired-All. These Troubles young bride, she was constantly in re- is a little leas than :2 inches and the
of railroad
in the United'State* 70,208.mlles
: I Cured by Hood's Saraaparllta. which moved 188,000,000 tons of quest for sittings to portrait painters, pieces are so light that one' soldier can is Ceilings aDd Moulding, Packing Boxes and Crates. Turning and Scroll Wo
But the resistance
and photographers. She wan easily carry; one.
t! feeble"For health the past, ana four for yoars two I have years been past In; freight the cost of which was 2.21 cent sculptors not, however, a good "sitter," And turned greater than that of a fieldpiece of steel Good work and material at low price Take' Main street oar line to mill; i au

owing to chan of climate have nol per ton per mile. la 1805, as a consequence to pout when compelled to endure the of the same caliber. These paper guns .
I of the concentrating policy there tediousness of sitting (n'a studio. Mr. are intended for use in situations where office.
been able to do work. was nervoni
my
I I and had a tired feeling and was under the were 181.021 miles of.rail way, which Frith, the painter, wan engaged to painta the movement of* field artillery would be Telephone (old line) 485.. Jacksonville, Fla

treatment of physician,but I continually moved 763,790,883 tons of freight, and pic cure of the prinoeand princess and impracticable. '

grew worse. My bus band instated on my charged the shippers only .830 of a cent he gives a pleasant Rlimpsa Alexandra.of his tribulation's Walls of Itobjlon.: .
with Princess
the
trying Hood's Bariaparilla and I finally mile, representing a reduction of
per top per. made
,The princess, say Mr. Frith, wasvery' The walls of Babylon-were
( consented,and began taking it the flrat ol of over 60 per cent ,In the .,COlt otransportation and very beautiful, as all Bun dried brick. They are said' to have
June 1800. The first bottle did me to young HARRY I
MASON
at
during twenty.tw "yeare. the world. knows. She graciously consented been 800 feet high* and wide enough C
! much good that I continued with it, ant
To state the result In another way- the to come to my house and to afford the top for from three to five chariots to
'; After taking' four bottle and one bottle olHood'
'' purchasing power of wages with respect me every asuintanoe in the way of drive abreast. The material, however
'to do work; '
Pills I able '
; y am my
r'i and the tired, nervous feeling is entirely to "commodities mentioned has Increased sittings for sny picture was so friable that of these gigantictrnctnrea Jobbers in Fine Imported
not trace now remains. H. MASON 61 co.
The is also well known for a
' princess
'a i cured,"' MBS. G. N.Hos>$A, Buwanee,Ga since the organization; of the "
her kindness of heart. Oh how that
large concerns an follows, I Telegraphing W' Day Street,
heart would have ached if its owner and
000 cent petroleum 300 of dozen Ji KBONVlLLE. Liquors Cigars Hi
Hood's per ; percent had realized the aching of_ mina when '"Ten people are Invalids ,
Y ;' cotton seed oil, 100 per'cent;; railway I-too noon-discovered that the illustrious ," says a recent medical authority.At .

transportation, 100'.per cent;' and young lady did not know that keep least eight out of these ten, it Is safe ,Grade
f ) from some formof Whiskies Etc
allow suffering
; sugar, 04 per cent. ing her fact in one position for. few to are of ,
with use
One blood-disease a persistent
! Sarsaparilla T Blood As regards.; wages, the writer in Gunton's minutes even was necessary to enable Mar aparllIa. would be sure to
Ayer's ................ .
itl I
resemblance of
out that In all the an artist to catch a -
: Invalid
Purlfler. Sold by all druggists.. Sir six for 14. Magazine points cure. Then, dontfie an
The first I ever I Whiskies-Imported and Domestic i Southern Belle,Book and Rye:..............rrom 'l.pOpwBrandies
+ : Industries where great aggregation of sitting can forget and !'... UOln
.Doinestlo, apple, peach blackberry, and peach honey .f win tuo
Hood's Pills"BIcklleaxtaclie.mire" 'all I'lvnr: 111i3 2Bo. :.'.' ...>...from 81.lIaper l
three fruitless With down .. ..jJ..'"). .>.....>.,r>....... ..,from tl.Mwr/!
labor have Increased, except In a few Instances or attempt. In our times the oldest and most Rum' SberryCatawbauscatel, Claret, etc.from....,.......,'ioOwClarets
Wines-Port |
right ,failure staring mo in the face I and Finest Brands,. ............ .......*.,.,.ii.t.. ...<,,...<. .. ,from 52.26 per
wbere, through the IntrOductfon opened my heart to the Prince of Wale. widely known are the drum harp Bottled-Beer ..'.....;. :. ....i...r...:......./.... ..from ,1.80perd
: Free and of machinery a new class .of labor has "You should scold her," said the. bagpipes. The first/f these, simple ,as //rr! All other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices.

been employed, women, for Instance, be- prince. '. its construction Is, has literally playedan Jugs and demijohns will be packed In boxes, when so. ,,requested, withouttra i

a Accepted Masons ing substituted for men, and young people Just at this time the princess was sitting Important part In music {t originated not cost.take liquor Money C.refunded O. D. Send for "empties"money with when order returned.to save'delay Express and trouble.Company i

-. for adults. The question of permanent for her beet to the celebrated sonlp- In the north of Asia, and was for Send for Price List;or call upon MASON & CO.,

i employment! Is, .M, all workmen tor Gibson, R A., in a room at Marl.borough' more" than 2,000 years the only Instrument 301, 307, 309, 811, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) TACKSOKVU.LE, FLA.
that Honsa. I was sent for by the the rude and roving Tar-
Indian TltusvllU know, scarcely less Important ,than known to
Fla.,. prince, and before 1 was admitted to an -,
River / the
of wages. The tendencyof concentration tars.
interview I shown into the sculp
Lodge, No. 00 of productive capital is one of tor's studio,was and found him waiting fora Best line in the State.

the most effective, If not.the only means sitting from the princess. The bust No one in ordinary health need become BICYCLES.
Holds meetlnn\ the second and fourth Frl bald or gray,.If he will follow sensible ,
day of each month, at the Court bouse,Ttu! of averting that temporary suspensionof was already iu an advanced stage. I did treatment. We advise cleanliness of -

vine, at T i30 p. m., Industry 'which1 constitutes a soda not think it was very like. and in replyto the scalp and the use of Hall's,Hair Re- ..
A. T. Feaster,' Worshipful Master. calamity.J The larger the Investment of Gibson said so. newer '
Geo.- W. Scobie, Senior Warden. "Weil said Gibson "the ._-. ,
see, ,
he the lo'aa from Interruption you $150.00. '
Warden. capital, ( greater any LUTHT,
R.; K. Hall\ Junior
,1). R;' Wilson, Treasurer.,, of productive activity. In princess is a."delightful> lady, but sheoan't In.hlna, in times of pestilence\ personsare
sit bit. $78.00.
J. Mendel, Secretary. the case of one,of the large trusts a short ; a permitted to witness gratuitously FOWLER, $100,. / !
At that moment I was summoned to ,
>
.( ; stoppage of production might more than the prince, whom I found with the theatrical performances, and 'displays of 'CLEVELAND,. $100, '$85.00. I

A. A. Stewart; T. U. Sanders,stewards neutralize the profits! of a whole .year. princess, and I saw or thought saw, a fireworks, the object being that their .

W U. A Geiger, Chaplain.A. .< Consequently the larger the concern, the sort of pretty smiling pout, eloquent of may be distracted from the.' prevailing WESTFIELD, $76.00, $80.00.:

Frosoher, Tyler.,, more unremitting the effort accuratelyto reproof and of half anger with me. The epidemic. In large towns places are ,

!: I adjust Itoutput to the market's 'demands prince had something to show me-photographs provided in which those who'In des II "

_ & ECONOMIC" EFFECT. OF CON- so as' to avoid loss from Inter- I think-j-and then he led the p"atlon.glvfl up the battle of,,life may I.'' B. F. MANIER, Jr.. ,
to Gibson the and I fol
ruption. The essential economic effects way ,. princess quietly lay down and die. '
,CEN'IIIATED' CAPITAL.' lowing. .,. Jacksonville Fla.
..:....:....;; of large aggregations of capital are, No sooner did we find ourselves in tbeI01dptor' ,
then these that' the uail of Sufferers from physical and nervous
by
: First, than-after
some remarks Bradley
presence d Musio Co.
1IIW'Y9Bi'Mal: :J7, 1807.EiHlor superior methods they Improve the upon the the b'll8li-the prince debility find great relief In' the use than ofAyer' !n'r With Froyer ; ,
Sarsaparilla. Far' b.etter'
*
JJ Advocate: quality and ,reduce tbe' price of commodities aid: other stimulant, Its effects is not .

i Thts' month's ''number of Ountor'i ; secondly, they are more favorable "How do you find the princess. sit, any transient and superficial, but deep and

II' ')['Magazine contains a ,lucid and, cogent than smaller .concerns to an Increase Mr. Gibson" I permanent. It builds up the system by cH.:: : .A. 'BIavst'' : .az co
"Now," thought I, "if ever' man and the blood.
enrlchnlng
article on the effect of large aggregations In'wages; lastly, by introducing purifying DEALERS IK -
in awkward fix :Mr
was an yon are, ,
"of capital upon wages and the prices of scientific precision Into Industry they Increase Gibson, for after what you said to me a According to Dr. Frailer, the total en- :Fine: .: : Wines: : an.CI.: Liquor: .
renders will\ find the of employmentand
commodities, and your permanence few minutes oannotln -
ago you ray presence which occurred
avalanche "
'e 'set eloquent decisive. reduce the tendency to. periodical ergy of the 417,.A ire W. Bar St.,,
the figures forth are compliment the beautiful model on Gemini in .. \ \ IIW't .
11 near the famous pass ''' '
Among the conspicuous examples Industrial; depression. It follows, that her sitting. Sept. meteor-tons. ', 1r Y' JJS'"t JACKSbNVILLE, '. FL
of aggregated capital referred to the concentration of capital Industrial The prince looked at Gibson, and the Alps was 4,400,000,000 :; 1 ,

i'.t e.,- are the Standard ,OH Trust, the Sugar enterprise Is economically sound, socially!; Gibson looked in dead Hence at the The above amount of energy, which was .- N thy RICH blood.WINES Don't create make good the,minute rich b
prince and then at the princess Then expended In about :one minute, Is estimated V\t C jt buying sour poor wine becauw Iti
Seed 011 Trust. advantageous and to modern .
Cotton LIj"iUI'iii'c.
and the necessary
_ Trust about 90 = 1 .'cheap. It Is not. It has a-nasty, di
he
looked again at the prince, smiled to be sufficient to light ,- .
when the Stand Tours -,-- greeable effect the system Wit
We are reminded that progress. truly, JJ: ::: upon
and shook his head. ; 000 lamps five hours per day for one .. Kood wine. really not expensive, iItlven

a1 ard Oil Company was,organised In 1873, !ONE WHO KNOWS.' "There you see, yon sit properly neither whole year. i} ,,", ,. .." -_.... satisfied yon feeling.that. pulled-t. Il lber;
'; oil,wan not only dear but poor, and event to :Mr. Gibson nor to Mr. Frith." % ( ; vy- We make a Specialty of North CtJlna

dangerous jto use. Immediately' after Spring'humors, eruptions, hives, bollspimples "I do, I dol" Bold! the lady. "Yonare you need '. : ; .. .,;I P Mountain Dew Corn Whiskey,tinyears
In the of old,
S2JM gallon.
-What
way ;: per
.
and
of the trust a series 'ofexperlmen' sores, are perfectly perma two bad men I" :; -'- will
the !
., organization, envelopes, note and letter heads, bill .M .J" Parties living In Dry Town
for nently cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla, the And then we all smiled, and Gibson ,,,", well to order from us. M we can H
was pegun" ,,improving cards etc ? "
,
? best spring medicine and one true blood heads, statements, tags, A them M per cent on all. ordersi
aa well as went' on. with' his work the princess We shall be to have a share of your .
q the quality of the commodity, purifier. glad .2';;? i C8T Always lend money! with onl
sitting admirably for the short: time work. 'We will not new aocountf m*
for reducing the cost for refining,, transporting /.X :t' open
li tin\
,
Jacksonville reference (
that I romalned.-Youth'iI Companion.A II suitable
a and distributing It. Chief among Hood's pills act easily and promptlyon / ., No Goods sent C. O.D to Dry Town
TitoI, the liver and bowels. Cure sick head /e fr// ar M\t Agent: for Indianopolls Brewing <
\: these economies was'a system of pipelines ache. Fin Arnugvmwa*. ALEX NEAB. EltNEST TAYLOR. "' Brewers and Battlers,Indlanupolu,b
.
) by which oil could. be .directlypumpod ,"See here, young man." said the Hercules Halt Tonic$2.25 per cue I Clayton&Russell Wild: Cherry Brandy,$4JSO per caw.
from ,the welia'to the refineries two of the NEAR & TAYLOR ,
1t When Negritos, a people tern father, "if you don't come home

\;4, at the great centres. In other departments Phllllpplne Islands, are united, the earlier after this I'll know the reason .(Successor to John McAllister.)
1Ji.: of the business similar reductions whole tribe Is assembled and the "affianced why."

fit, c of expense were effected.' In the manu- pair climb two trees growing; near to "Glad to hear 1t,'governor; that will ArtesianWell Contractors, ,A Fertilizer for Fruit. c- e
'r the cost save all explanations on m.t part...'
I )' lecture of barrels, for,example, each other; the elders then bend' the

\ has been lowered from $3.31): to $1.26, or branches until the heads 'of the couple Detroit Free Press. EAU GALL1E, FLA.

... ... .. .... ... Fertilizer
t:i< about 47' per cent. In the making of tincans meet. When the heads have thus come 4 "The Ideal Pineapple

?/ a saving of.60 per coat has been Into contact; the marriage Is legally accomplished -
''h made.,, and great rejoicing takes; GEORG MARX. JOHN.H RX. Prl.oe: O SI.ac> Par: Ton. ,

1 ill 1 Nearly the same thing may bo said of place, a fantastic dance completing the :V.ARXWholesale :B <>S. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS :........ '
I to"\ wooden oases, the cost of which has been ceremony.' Mol.ture..8' to 10' Per Cent

cut down from 20,to 13 cents. As A Result : Dealers, ''In Ammonia.. ... .. . . .. .. . ... .4}* to If" ".
'i I
ii? of these various economies, and of G-xocexlos:: :: .F2ru.lt:: .:: Pbo phodo.Acid..6< to 6 ", "

Improvements In the methods of refining 131 and 1S3 Kt: Bay: Street and S3 said.S Jf.wn.o. ...... Potash (Actual). .. . .... 4.. . .6 to 8 "
:\\1'1''I> v ''rendered possible by the greater concentration Jao11c/elossvillo a I'RorictLi.: : Hade exclusively from Bright Cotton Seed Meal, Nitrate of Soda, Blood,
of capital, the quality of oil has I Dissolved Phosphate, Fine Ground Tobacco Stems, and Sulphate of Potash
(B5r/ Write for directions for using and further particulars also auk fa
been Immensely* Improved, the explosive and ONE OF' THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY copy of 'Economical Fertilizing for Fruit." We carry a large stock; of all Fe

element having been eliminated the eu '. zer Material, Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dust, Potash, etc. Write for prices
i'' illuminating! quality having been greatly fore buying. We seek the growers trade direct. /
TO GROWERS:-Let us know what you have In the way of Fruit and Vege-
A Increased. Moreover-and, this Is the table. Return prompt and aure. We supply the.best Seed Potatoes and Cow WILSON & TOOMER Fertilizer Co.,

capital i point for our present purpose Peas. Write us for our wholesale price list of groceries ,
The Fertilizer House of Florida: ,
lh o., the price to the consumer has been reduced MARX BROTHERS JACSONV ILLE FLA. Fla.

: from 24} cents per gallon to 61 Jacksonville

t cent per gallon, or over 73: per oent. 't

1, The 'Cotton Seed 011 Trust, although Yoke Fellows.

mailer and younger than the Standard Many women work too Magnolia Grocery....
hard.. There is no question THE
h
PAINT
Oil, has also had a notable' Influence upon about that. If they H. HENRY- STORE .
the price .of the product. When the \ did not have Loft for a : Proprietor. .
yoke fellow they could Wholesale and Retail Dealer In ,
t trust was organized In 1884 the price of ,
never endure the daily,
standard summer yellow oil was 47.8 hourly grind and drudgery '
cents per gallon; but during the, twelve # of cheerfully life. But, sustained they bear by ft *-.h*STAPLE AND FANCY .GROCERIES.*** ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS;

y ensuing It has been gradually diminished loving of Ia_'
years thoughts
band and children. Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please you. --
until It Is now 23.2, .a reduction
I- of some 50 per cent. '':\ corresponding added But when to a woman's physical weakness burden ft or becomes disease altogether la 103, Main and 33: West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 7"aallPapers

k Influence upon' the price of commodities hope. No woman can be Telephone No 265. ...
cheerful or who U drained down
has been'exerted by tho- Sugar Trust, by continual pain and physical wretchedness ...-.- ... outside '9 ld W tr Paint.I. .
which organised In the .
was closing
The special weaknesses peculiar to the B..
W. : DAWSON
months of 1887. la December of that feminine organism are comparatively easy E. BAIRD '&' CO.
1 year granulated sugar was 7 cents. per to overcome if the earlier symptom: are ,

pound;. In. February 1807, It was 4.3 given unchecked proper attention, they are But liable if to allowed develop togo Wholesale and Retail f 6J: West Bay &*Laura Sts. .- JACKSONVILLE, 1
cents, representing a fall of 39 per cent: into serious, chronic complications .

From the result of concentrating capital Any woman ought afflicted to haft with the immediate the* delicateailments aid Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes, and Room Mouldings.

6i upon the manufacture of staple of Dr. Pierce'.Favorite Prescription. It ia WINE &: LIQUOR BciM
t; articles of consumption, the, writer of a perfect and unfailing speci&e for all diseases
of the feminine .
_ a the article In Gunte '1 Magazine passes vised for this one parpoae organs.. accomplishes ., SAW A.1fD PLANIJfQ MILLS, oIAC1tSOIlTILJ.E'I' 'tP.
Pnlatk,
: to the history of combining numerous this pnrpoa* aa no other medicine 11'1. $. Bay St.. :r e.t of Cott

,mall concerns Into large ones In the baa For ever nearly done.30 year Dr. Were has been, 1 119 West. Bay St., Jacksonville. Fla. WILSON COMPANY
matter of telegraph Industry. Before chief consulting physician of the Invalid' CYPRESS
'this took In Hotel and Surgical( Institute at BufFalo Fine' Old Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines Havana ,
aggregation place I860, It N. Y.. when in conjunction with hU staff I Manufacturers
coat to send a ten-word message from of a..oclate.peciaUet., h* has successfully I of -

..., New York city 'to different Westernpoints' treated complaint.many thousand ,cases,of "female Mexican and Florida Cigars.. -z' Cypress Lumber Lath.

y follows: Washington,75 edits, No physician living ha bad a more'..- Shingles and
s now 25 cents;' Chicago, $2.20: 40 tended opportunity to study this claM of FINE 'FANG' ..GR.OOER.IES.: : ,
now .
.
diM* in actual practic :Mo BBedicin A large stock of lhi
1 cents; St. Louis $2.M, now 40 ,cents; rcr invented ha* do.* for women what him WHISKEYS from 12.00.Per'. Gallon upwids. I handle no Compound Oooda.UT" lath and picket. Dry Cypress flooring. 'ceiling, aiding, JDopldJDg&,
New Orleans'$3.25 00 ceaU Galveston Favorite fieacripUon" has.Drv always on bud, thai shipments
now .? Price Us upon application. Your Jug Trade SoIlclt d. mouldJop of all auuring prompt
Fj ta.BOj now 75 cents;; 'San .Fran- 11. ee's rUet' cur if ioutJpat1ca.1t : If yon wish to open an account you must give first-class city references.. ,. When at home pattern a specialty. .
\ Write u. for prices when and ms's
; up our war., come
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INDIAN RIVER.ADVOCATE MAY 21. 1897. '


Co.! joieSSional Cards. I THE ., 3 )
PINEAPPLE. -- "Ifxperience
,.
'''
''' .,
advantage of a cover. To them let .
me SOCIHTIHS, ETC Notice .. '
=- say that the amount saved by the cover _- .--. for Publication.LAND .
to.llllf. 'tV **.8.G"'B U The following area :
few
r remarks tn -
upon the
prevention of the suaburulng of INDIAN:! E
& GRAHAM, the cultivation RIVER GUARDS. J
of
09ALKS the'pineapple OrrrcK {
l
given the
loorin'Ill troll In one season alone than Drill at the .
) inure Armory, aver ,
by; Mr. Oeo. I. Russell of iMHinty jail every Gainesville Klu., Mtt/3: 807. f
Orlando be- tuesday '
reimbursed silo for expenditure. In evening. : In the month itts e okwk. 11
ATTORNTCYS-AT-LAW, fore the Florida State Horticultural my / A. T. KlAHTKR.Ot.UIU.. "-iOTI'J' !: I I. hereby given that the tnllowlnll.J. -
WOt HOUBSFrom 10 to 12 a. m., Society this addition to this, pines grown under cover : named mtttlir. rum abed notice tf tii* Inteu. has proven conclusively that 'ti
month
Hon
.11 lei : to make 1I1I.II'r."f| In .ii|>|H>rt of III it i
are larger and (
and2to4p.m. "For all around shipping I more juicy the partialshade INDEPENDENT: ORDER OCO1 TKMFLAR3.Tltiuvllle ; ,'Inlm. .and that untd iinxtt will be made bvfore better'' grapes and peaches: :'"
advise ,
!Dill r !, Brevard Co., Florida. to all allowing the fruit to manure be- Lodge. NO. IT Clorkl'IreulIeonrtatTltnevllln mh 1XM, vis Marta fitnevllle tier. June and t
TJT1sVlLLJ growers raise the Smooth nee Jams t or flu. more of them arc produced
0.IkJII,108* Cayenne. fore ripening. The cover also! f In a large 'mlnlC '::00 In Ireeb ter/en. ohTr\7\ iSil'J Hontentead 'fam for the southwest quarter 0.1 ,
:twpnodalnalltheaonrte-orate and fed My reason for.thls is because the fruit measure the meetings Unit Tuesday in wall nmntU. mmh.4ut 'quarter and w>iithna..t quarter of when Potash is liberally \
packs nicer prevents moisture from C. A. OARD (Ea. O. W. SCO B northwest'quarter section B, towunhlp, al, south ap
I IK.
Fla. rilcli for and keeps longer, and Is equal ranira,. SB eut. ,
]title facilities. wamlnliiK perfectIJlMd In size and quality; to ..ny'plDe being absorbed by the sun, aod'saves Beo't. U.T. Hue names the following wltneene to prove plied. To insure a full crop of "
grown. the expense of irrigation It the her onnttnueuareaidenceutmnand
For home ; prevents ,.... cultivation choicest quality use a fertilizer J
consumption, the Abbaka is the of .II..h visa R.{1. Stirlnijcmmr! of Tltua
evaporarlon of the votlle elementsIn
CUDRCHK9.ElISCOPAL, vllle 1'1..1 I Henry H. Driver, of .
CABY-ELWES, perhaps the best; fruit, being R. Ii. TlmnllllJ'la'l| containing not less than .
sweeter the fertilizer, and eaves SO per cent i Rice of TltUMVlUe, Fla.; ttuu>. T. Mo. 10%
and Crory,of iltiuvllle .
,
more juicy than the
NOTARY'PUBLIC, enne., It Is Smooth Cay of the expense In that direction. CHURCH. Fla.J. M. BARCO Register.Master's '
C C'IPd not such Actual
STATE ,AT LARGE. a pretty shaped "My fruit brought roe a better figure $ervioes the and and 4th Sunday la each Potash. t
fruit, however, nor can It be shipped as last month..1 II m,and T:00 p.lO. Sunday. bool :
Typewriting, taxes paid ,for non- to season than In any previous year, every Sunday. at 1,80, a. m. .. y r at .
create, rent and:accounU collected, successfully the northern markets, showing that the better the ,fancy varieties (p. m. on Wednesdays. IJtany. service, every. Sale. Orchards and vineyards treat led
' and it must be, frhtey. at 10..m. -
Correspondence solicited. disposed of almost Immediately
I 6.? eco of this king of fruits are known, REV B. F. BBOWH, Rector, and with Potash are ;; i
Its arrival by virtue of two decrees of fore comparatively
T on there. -This is a the better they are'appreciated." UNDER. ...and ale Issued oat of the Circuit
disadvantage, as a forced sale never I'RESBYTKRIAN CHURCH. Court for Hrevard County Florida' on the free from insects and ,
lip Tth day. of"' In causes therein ,I..
, brings the same figure the fruit would What We Inherit. Service every Sabbath at II a. m.and TJOp.m. Odl f."ib'OIl''i.llI97 Oliver, and F T. plant disease. ::
do under other Sunday school at 0.-4A .. m., Chan. Gartner. oomnlalnanta; and f. C.: :W.n.rn..nn ::
circumstances )
The .
.
Hunt Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening WIIseyMswife Alt about Pt> h-th.minksofitsus.b actual err ,
ATTORNEYATLAW.SVILLE : Golden Queen Is an exoellentplant equalIn at 7!.'*>. The nubile: are cordially Invited to at will cell at public outcry, In front defendant of the court t I Mnimat on the eM farm la the United: Siaua-la '
Etc.l.iOper. We are not to blame for. We cannot tend our tervloea. house door,.at Tltusvllle, during the legal) hour laid In a Ultle book which we publish .and will gladly 'I'
BREVARD. CO.,. FLA some respects to the Abbaka. My; be held responsible for the dispositions H. M. GOODILL, Pantcr. ofaale.ontheFIRSt stall fiee to aajr. (arrnar..America who will write forte. "

two most expensive plants are the Eua' nd tendencies which we derive from MONDAY IN JUN,. A D ISO, GERMAN KALI WORKS. + "

/ I [County Judge of Brevard County.; villa City and the variegated Smooth i our ancestors nor are we responsible for BAPTIST CHURCH. and being bee the Tth bidder day. of for the cash month the', to the highest n MaaMti aNew York.
following ales.
1.110 I''" Cayenne. The latter Is' more an orna- the germs of disease which may manifest Preaching every second anil fourth Sundays, orllMMl real property, to-wlti Northwest quarter '
Jrl themselves to our blood morning and evening. Prayer of the northeast .
as heritage Meeting south
! !per every quarter -haltof northeast
1,110 per hit D. L. DODSON, mental plant than a plant of commerce; from former gen lt&tlona. But we are Wednesday. evening e' ,:00 o'olouk. Sunday. quarter. of the northeast quarter. t southwest NATIONAL V
1.00 per the Envllle School .ery8I1nd..y at 0:46. in. Also preach quarter of the northeast quarter .and the west-
aperei! I City shows great possibilities responsible If we allow these germs to ing lint Sunday. at LaUrann, I Second nnnday., half of the southeast quarter of section. 13. HomeSeekersREAL
JO per d DENTIST. that have not yet been fully developed. develop Into serious diseases which will Oak. ; Hill. All are cordially Invited to attend. township 33: south of range W at, containing
"I i Impair our usefulness and destroy our B. A. QKIOCB raator.MBTHODIST |40 acre*.more or 1 lea*, or so muoh thereof. as
can produce fruit .
at any season of may be sufficient realise the amounts now
lout i Office over postoffice.! the happiness. We are responsible if we due to old complainant ESTATE EXCHANGE
''nnY1r year, and my best money crop Is the transmit to our descendants the disease CHURCH. M. OOI.D8MITII.apr30m28 ,

,e. '. one I cut In winter. ,The Smooth Cay germs which it Is possible for us to eradicate i ,
Regular services Special Hastei.
TRUBTHXX, FLORIDA. every ant, third and fourth
enne should be marked D. C. S. if any b by the use of Hood's Sarsaparllla Sundays .at II a. m. and TIM: p. m. Sunday This April 55,1897.Notice, .
"'LA.tfj. should the one true blood purifier. This medicine rtohooTevery. Sunday at 10:00 a m. Kpworth 1 Exchanging Property; for ,Property: a .
L. GAULDEN, as It can be shipped to any foreign has power to wake rich, red blood League each. Sunday.. at V:ao p.m. Prayer meetIng.very Specialty. Send Description of what
D, market and will keep from lout to and establish health Thunday night at TAO p. m. The For
In Publication.
perfect place of
Ladled' Aid Society meet every Wedneedav.. you have, and what you want. ; ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW six weeks" after disease. at 3 OO
being taken from the i p. m. Everybody welcome at our church -
.
I win practice In all the'Court:; or the State plant, and taste and look as If freshly service* LAND Orrice, I MALABAR, Indian River, FLORIDA.
I A. W J. BEST
Pastor.
I of Florida.. ,and the United State*,Court). picked. The Smooth Cayenne should I Gainesville. Flo.. April 7.1307' ( O. C. CARROLL,

P.0.Box,336. TITU8VTLUB, FLA. also be marked as a vigorous' WHAT WOMEN WEAR. I NOTICB Is hereby given that the following
grower ,
Money to Loan. IS CATHOLIC CHVRCH. eettler baa filed notice of hie Inten Real Estate Agent.
which it most certainly is. Slue to make final. proof In of his
Black satin bodices embroidered Services at 10 every support _
are a. m. Sunday In'new claim .and that. *.hllf will be made before ukl
ALLEN The Abbaka Is the strongest grower In in silver. Church building North Tltuivllle. tlblldren" Clerk Circuit Court at Tltusvllle Via., on
W.
GEORGE the lot and also catechism.. at 1 p.m.Ray. HAT The Largest and Most Complete
the most prolific 1 in :Feathers'are lavishly used in hairdressing I .J...O'HovLB Rector. Hind ISO ,
plants and certain to fruit. The Vhf Edward Prailorlus, of Canaveral, Fla.
Establishment
South.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW reportfalls ; .also tiff bows of lace embroidered -. Homestead MMO, for the emitheMt quarter ofsection
to show this but gives the credit with iiidesccnt beads i 13, range ST east.
or spangle MUNICIPAL.
lie names the following.\to'...* to prove his GEO. S HACKER
& SON
(ley West, '.'. ,. ;Florida. ton vastly; inferior variety. Yet; whereIs *. continuous residence upon, and cultivation. of, ;
there TOWN COUNCIL. aid. R M. Benham of Canaveral
Will practice In ''the United States a grower of any variety; that can The mingling of colors ia somewhat FIai landvh Piwtoriua. of Canaveral. _Flat; F., vr
point out that has R.F. Hall. mayor. ] R. S. Smlth.manhal; J.A. N. Hitchcock, of VI. ,, ....
|ud State Courts. 9Jun05TAR. any pine produced 08 startling at first sight, but the eye soon Happeraette, tax collector| O Cary-Klwe: ,clerk of Nathan, Fla. .Canaveral N. Penny, .

plants at a single fruiting, at the Abbaka becomes accustomed to the novel comb .andiumuor' ; J. M. Dlxon, W. R. Knox Oeo. J. M. BARCO,'
W. Sonble, R. C. Borlmgenur, Tho
W. Lund
F. H. HOUGflTON has done In my; pinery t latlODll. counollmen. The council meets second and Register

; "The commercial advantage of the pine ,The divided pompadour is considered fourth Mondays ID each montb.

la, does not rest with the sale of the frui t. a very becoming style, and, with the [Send the ADVOOATH: an order for any

DENTIST., Each of these varieties which I recommend oft roll of 'waved hair on either side, COUNTY OmOBRS.SCHOOL : Job printing/ you need]

''; will give an average of from five is I a pleasing fashion for those' whose BOARD, i

Daytona, '. Florida.O. facile it suits.There .
to ten new plants each season, If properly J. S.8nowlleoj Tltnuvlllei A. r.. Hatch, City HODGES & GODFREY
treated, and the cost of treating a 1*I a steady demand for hosiery Point| : .r. Malabar,
with black ankles and feet and colored ,
FRIES
'
C.
E. plant properly for does not exceed
a
1 1. ; year
tope The how are for the most part COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.W. : Manufacturers. of

COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land two cents., ribbed, and some of them have open- H. Sharpe, Sharp.' enalrman)' Joseph ,, a"i ,.
"Now suppose you plant an acre with worked stripes.Black Mendel ijiUrange. : J. R, Walker, lltunvllle) Yellow Pine Lumber Manufacturers '
C Jno. Houston, Kau Gallle R. I). Hoke, Jenaen. of :
legally; surveyed; and sub-divided. let us say 8,600 plants. Ir Is safe to say; and white is extremely; fashion Regular sessions are held amt Monday. In each ,

Happing neatly; done. Estimates' for that within two years from the time of r able, and some of the black and white month ROITOH DRESSED: : Doors Sash Blinds ,,1

,ill .kinds of engineering works. Disputed planting you will have 35,000 plants If >brocades exquisitely>,beautiful. :Made COUNTY OFFICIALS. Orange Box Hand, ,

you wish to enlarge,'you; are then able np wJth a large mass of white satin, Minor S. Jones, Tltnarllle/ Fruit Oratae. i
b l lines a specialty. county Judge( D. Vegetable .Moulding and Building later1 1.
; the most elegant of dresses.'
lake to put out three acres ,more from your they are t.; Qanlden, Tltusvllle, rmeoutlnir attorney) Lumber delivered\ I at any part of Indian Riveron ,

.., d.l It biBAsriAir, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. own stock, and the sale of the fruit and One of the most elegant opera cloaks A.A.Stewart F. Woolen Coma,Tftuavilleclerk, tax: aanemmrt olroiilt, E. court W. !fall. ; ,., through: bill of lading. Anyone contemplat Office and, Warerooms King, 'Opposite t k i
7 tog building on the Kant Coast,would do well to
is made of moire brocade. It is in blue Sharps, tax collector A. T. .
the will all ; FeanterTltullle, write Cannon
o remaining plants pave paid for price The Mawmlll!! I*ltiiatd on the Street,
J. H.
. and gray and is lined 'with gray; satin, treasurer; Mama,Courtonay. auperlnteaiUent ".,T.61 K.,,W. Ily.,* mile south of Valatka.Satsumallifthtg .
expenses and netted you a handsome in publlo instructions| J. O. (me* Orlaniln
r; "VVan.1ec1-.A. ::actan.: : come. These are facts which I have with an interlining of eider flannel It "yuunty, surveyor' I J.P.Brown,Tltiurlue,sberlff.We Putnam co.,Fla. Charleston S. C., ;
has collar and bands ,,
edging
,
In section a cape ,
at once
every to sell
cr.xlli dealers stapleoods demonstrated and cannot be disputed."I down the front of gray fox: furs.Perfectly '' -;
no
; peddling have received
; : just another

nnneoessary; best side line. $75.00' a "I recently; received a letter froPennsylvania T straight plaits down the of very line grades of tobacco seed supply DM. PimR'a Sash ,Weights Cord and 'J"';

ma month Salary and expenses or large from which I take the following fronts of dress waists are becoming to which will be given sway to any; person ROYA"" PILLS ,

oral .commission made. Address, with 2 cent extract to show you that the ("but very; few people. There is always a who will plant it on the least Coast. Call : Hardware. r
'stamp forsealed particulars,Clifton Soap effect if the or send stamped-addressed envelope for xevr DISCO vicar. NavanYAILS.ti 4 4Window'
d Iud ways to dispose of the fruit are endless'C : much more satisfactory A new,Nllabl*Mill cafe raUC lor..up.rwMd .
, Manufacturing Company; Cincin Is slightly gathered or drawn In. some to the ADVOCATE office. .. eiMulve, Mantr or painfulwiuturaUoe
plait
ronr nati,,Ohio. 'The value of the pineapple is not at ; .. .Now uwl by ever,""ea "
I Ldl.11.110.' ...... and Fancy Glass ,
It narrows the front and makes more th..f.aaokHrware ,
at all and it becomes :
ie, present appreciated, as e .f + i )ram jjf.
J graceful lines. DKKD blanks lOo. each; 13.00 per 100, at K=rce.trt.' "1. lane I
tSSA : i'
e. known the demand and price will 1 1 A SPECIALTY.r
plaice wrapper.. t n4 N 1
Why will you buy bitter nauseating Green and white is a popular combi the ADVOCATE office. -.- lamp,.. parttaulai.. _I 1,
tonics when increase. If I could get a quantity; of ....--oi'lIdd..I'.rr' R" ''' .
Grove'sTasteless Chill nation. A waist of green corduroy and < Tonto Is as pleasant the fruit at this time I could a good .
as Lemon Syrup. pay .tort.. 'Choice .,
Tour white satin has been much admired. 'Sold by J. B. 8<5rev n, only.; : .1.
druggist Is authorized to refund for it for I have of '
the money In every case where It falls to price way putting The body and sleeves are of corduroy.The .. DO YOU NEED FRUIT TREES? Wines;Liquors
it np as a cough and cold, and dyspepsia collar and
front a" wide the
euro. Price 60 very
cents. 23-10-97( and Cigars.
remedy, and also as the most delicious shoulder ruffles are of:i! satin, all lined Cheap Excursion ''Rates Via 'I'

table syrup ever tasted, so that I could with corduroy.-New York Ledger., Citrus Trees at reduced price Are Guaranteed Pdre.

WA.NTED-FAITHFUL'MEN: OR sell 'quantities and would pay' hand- budded at the ground on 4-year-old Sold at reduced
Florida Hough Lemon stocks 8,000 of
established house In Florida Salary s somely for a quantity; of the fruit." DAINTY TRIFLES. them are Tardlff, others are Parson The Plant System.. price.,

'/80 and expenses.: : Position permanent. "The writer of this letter has organized Brown, Ruby; Tangerine, Ilomosassa, ImpartedTokay

Reference. Enclose .self-addressed ( a company, and work has now commenced Up to date driving whips have silver Triumph and Common Grape Fruit, UOc. 1 Wine, 1

tamped envelope. The National, Star mounted English holly: sticks.A each, J8.25: per 100. To Nashville Tenn.r: account '' Tennessee 'from Italy.
on the building of a cover for a Centennial
Insurance Bldg., ,Chicago., jan29, novelty in silver toddy kettles is I In Boone's Early A; Mott's Blood, DOo. ; tickets sold from all .i
ten acre pinery, for which I have a con- ; ; each, $40 per 100., points In Florida, via the Plant System John B. Tognl

tract to supply the plants. the form of an ordinary watering pot. datsumn and Mandarin, 40o. each. as follows: Rates from Jacksonville, ,

-The Walton Rapid Calking Machine,, "One of the best known patent ,medicine For medicines are provided leather Lamb Orange 60o. each.) for tickets sold dally) on and after, April Metropolitan Saloon, 12!) East Bay St.,

" No one, $6' No. two, $10; No. three, $1) concern. in the world has Invented cases, fitted with out glass bottles, having Seedless Grape Fruit, COo. each, .$40 28th, until Oct. 15tb Inclusive, M.OO: JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
"ItnsvIUe. :Fla.FERRY. silver tops.Acceptable per 100. round-trip( limited Until Oct. lAtb.
OT, M a juice extractor, and a process of putting shell Also all of the'varieties of peaches Tickets sold dally on and after April Wholesale sod Retail...... ;

the juice up, preserving Its natural articles in ,tortoise that are known to be best suited to this 20th until Oct. loth Inclusive, $17.00, '11
has are the new glove and handkerchief South Florida section, Including the limit twenty days from date of sale.
flavor. This concern already boxes with gold corners; new Free Stone Orange peach, that Tickets sold on Tuesdays, and Thursdays WEAK MH MADE VNMUUS /

planted a large pinery; from my; stock, Admirably; adapted for showing off originated In Orange county, and is the of each week; April ainh to Oct. 96th 1r kyt

When yon which i* now in fruit% and expect next: : brio-a-brao are Chippendale mahogany best peach yet out for this section Inclusive 12.80 round-trip, limited ten

plant seeds, plant fall to advertise the medicinal propertiesof tables with glass top and sides. JAMES MOTT- days from companies date of and sale.bands Dally;until for military Oct.- W aR ,

pineapple juice and market their is prospective Onr.AxiK*,NURSCRT: Prop'r.
When'moneY' I no object, 2Uth, $13.8O round-trip, limit ten days.

medicine. brides order wedding cake boxes of silver Winter,Haven, Fla.ANTEDFAITIIFUL. The Plant System operates double dally); -gate', nwpnx oalL ;e (:

"The United States, contains 70,000- in oblong or heart shape and with trains and Is absolutely the only through Wbat % 'S Gldl ..
FFc far AOI
000 people, and I have no doubt that intwined monograms on the cover. MEN OR car line via Montgomery and Atlanta on 1 po yand '' eall,
women to travel for responsible quick and reliable schedules.To .rs ,,
fa old
gun a.rt ma.hppda )
Always thebest.A ; over half of them have never ;yet tasted Housewives on the alert for somethingnew ; established house in Florida. Salary; Nashville", Teun.. account Seventh mai rer1v ewes. Y I. a -

Toraleda.erywaera the pineapple. These instances alone will be pleased with the silver potato I'' 9780 and expenses. Position perman Annual Reunion Confederate Veterans, .ae..le.U re. n.7lr r.t.u'jrtwt ee.w.w. Hy...

0. L ftRrY sCO.. show that the market cannot be overstocked rings for serving this very commonplace ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed June 22nd to 24th, tickets sold June e sem 01 i'1Inal ,WM $

rtlreb 18th. at any; time, and are excellent tuber.-Jewelers' Crolar., stamped envelope. The National, Star 19th, 20tb and 21st, rate from Jacksonville .' 4d 0eta fre 4 eoeeccesnuumyt ,
e IM 1mew a woetii..e Wteyoe
Insurance lildg., Chicago. $12.60, limit ten days from date ofsale.
ere .d I as. real r-
reasons why the farmer and fruit grower Cue i ll' I4/f 1
'THISTLES. An extension Of ten days can be bs a
AND wrrap.A .
the cultureof FIGS Cass av. 1 ao p dS
should turn his thoughts to secured by; depositing return ticket with OSp.f7.a.:4/
the Notice. joint agent at Nashville not later than tN wN d HINet
pineapple. danger whenwe
We are always great
: Yiw
June MUth. Double trains with N8L'e.;
Is 'much mooted question dally i
"There to little sin.
hold on a In Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit via Plant
through cars SystemTo
YOUR' FORTUNE about the, amount of cold a pineapple The' fault finder would growl ,about of Florida, in and for Brevard Chattanooga Tenn., International Sold by J. B. Soreven, only.

supin our."-IUa..... roar ss TIIi.r..a"..ppte.a1elserMeer..are.......wi cao stand. I can say; with twelve .winten' the weather if it were raining money. County: Convention B. 1'.1'. U., tickets sold July; '

cVUH: .,mintS...n ... .... .45LI ALR...&... experience, Give until yon feel it, and. you will '
n.-' .....tt_ !) All b_ 1:11". i much cold as the tree. This feel like than did before. Indian River Railway Kaef Company.now round-trip from all points via Plant txrgxiiewog.
'T.&ai"'C N, .OBI = as orange more living you the Florida : Coaet aa- System. From Jacksonville $14.00, limited '1 77I

wpum k TMNswhl ...r elCae..a" b has beer/proven beyond a doubt and It The world is I full of blind Samsons way Company, VB. }' to July 21st. An extension of return -

Awma a.r rpivy-.' (MUM o1s BnictM.Li CJSR'! -.4 fcr>tiiI a, Sp S is a settled question that the plants willrecover who spend, their lives grinding ia The Brevaril County t State Bank, limit to August 10th can be obtained -

.,. .,. _. a corporation. depositing ticket with
RarYmass front unprecedented cold by agentat
Io M. VM1 .. ..5r an
.u.. a. mill.A TO the Brevard County State Bank a corpora.sloe
to ,
'= soap In a single season. big ,man in a little world .. as dumlotled at Oeoo*. Brevard County, Chattanooga prior July 19tb
J ,and all other penane Intereetad la or For further information address
;...: i "There are less culls In pineapplesthan much out of place M little nan in a' having elalme upon the north-half of the K. L. TODD, C. II. How aD, TRADE MAKKaVDCSMIIS

TIN Battle., : In any other fruit know, and there big one. eottthwent fiction W,quarter KnraelUp of M.the lotto.wi.range....t quarter M eaet, of laBrevard DIY r.... Agt, City; Pass Agt, U't. I "n

A centlenan explorer traveling to which cannot be destroyed There 1*I nothing like telling good -& Floc... O. W. Parkhlll, City Ticket Agt., 1'. '.. 'OOPVMIOMTB a.' yvr'v

GIe Africa had ar- are no pests for imparting pleasant tone to .., atotiaed to.be and appear In Jacksonville, Fla. *fi) ss.saiflM
at rrae
the culture of thl.kiDI' news Itth.CtreuII ,.. /a ** an dY
lived at a placewberein'he though the easily; thus making the voice. Cimrt of eau of Floridafor F. 1f. Jolly, PIT. P.... Agfc,Tampa tNr MSen< M :i7a.w.n..paw.::
B..vard't,st the Clerk's cfnoe la ..
free from
foot of of frulta a pleasure H. 0. Daycraf, T. P. A. ,
white Tltn vIlteuponthe a rsw n ety aM1ta4O .r ,
man had before
never ) = .
etrat.ed. Be was deceived, however pan far worry; with a certain crop and comparatively This world is a kindergarten learn ,, in FIRST MONDAY IV JULY,A D 1807.la ..=r eI krOOeh Mess a 1N. .. 't, r i

on fluctuations in the market which God's little ones to spell bow what latorees yon hen In the showds.ertb.d .
his no I
returning Journey be stumbled oat the meaning of Uf"e.--Bam'.Horn. aaad.*.. to show. why a part of It
tip Halnrt an empty; bottle, which erica I have taken out of my; pineries : described In a petition Bled by MM immptelnaat '
"wa In Ible sands In the CUra'e office" ) In TltuerlU on AMERICAN. .
a label
80,000
on It, had, a* one time since last September over youngplants ....1&1I day of May A O leer anoald not betaken .
speared *o contain well known blend and 20,000 pineapples, and In no ---- for tIM oe of the complainant ae a right.ofway :
Well how do feel today. for lu railroad be .barred
Scotch Doctor- yon } &11.188: forever
Th whlakyv Instance have I bad a word of complaintfrom Xrs. Brown la that behalf Mt ....._,, Mow l....,
explore took the bottle look- Cleit'i ys.
np that the Ordered st the oMee.tr
ell at it, smelled It. threw it down again my; customers, bthrifty Mrs. B.-Oh, doctor I feel like a new uTisrvayhelth. day .f
ad. Dlalmed plant are hardy; and and the woman! Peel 1rq A D lest.
'Mnlr
a.** the Lord to Harry his followers; there's: been fruit everything that could be desired.. Doctor-Hal Has the trouble really ,Cllvall Court.atsbMae .I A.. :WA T. S*, I ._"au-In ldea'- isater:: \

teWi hem before otter ..."- 'A good many; of my; frlenda oa the (ooe toyoor headT New York: SundayJournal. .Oraham. Clark Clraalt Coar "" '"
u !!\.IHr\
Ass f<< -plrraat.' 'byC.Lawyl
Scottish about the I 78 fltw.rtt ;
with
Nights jut Coast disagree me '" +je/TJ 1 r-r.:; vI'I /; r
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MAY 51, 1897.
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-f ISDIAH RIVER ADYOCATE. 4- THIS, BAHAMAS- HOUSE OV! for the tbe site Colonies., would It A.be to given the on"donation"of condition, J B Meriwether J Alex S Bell Bell & Summer Goods

-, ASSEMBLY AND MR. FLAO- that scheme it should proved revert abortive to the Colony He wanted if the D O Hyers, A G G 8 I: Spier Tucker Spring :

AWSBKLVJOOBHALDBVOTIDTOOrHCIfT 1'1111 DEVIL LKR'S PROl>>OSAL8. Information as to providing new barracks Richard Head Doc II Martin
awes, LAKE G S Tucker
Or 1'88 IHDIA1C
and to guarantee
as proper
'n' -
WOKTR AND erCATNZ.AY IBOTIOMB. What was meant by asking to have the Chas Mitchell Doc U Martin .. ... .. .. ,
1 ,r Opinions of :the Membere.'The law extended as to material'' and furniture his. :x mark G S Tucker To Storekeepers Only := "

it Cue H. WALTOK, Editor& Proprietor. House of :Assembly had under for the proposed hotel. Were the J A Richards W W Hanklns
UankinsOBPaiker
consideration )lost evening the proposals extra trips. to be paid for In addition to II B "
Stock of r the
of Mr. II. M. Flagler as to the erection the i: ,:.!Ott' V L Smith We now to a Complete above-name
Chock,eta.,may: be made ptjrsbU to CHABJ.IM' of hotel and the performance of a mall Mr. Sawyer, In replying to the questions .- G Tucker
,, H. W AL'I'OIf,pu.bll.ber and proprietor. nerviee a with Florida. ,There was a largeattendance asked, said that be wished the J H Hill .11 S B Tucker.HanklnsO Gocds at Low Prices.Mosquito -
both of members of the matter to have tbe fullest discussion and ,
would all tbe Information in his. J HcCoIIum R S McNalr and the piece fine meshes
: louse and of the general public. Every give Nets, on frames in ; Sand-fly nettln '
MEXICO wants a new federal available member was in his place, and power. lie was acting for the government G S Tucker Screen cloth; Cotton Crashes for Suits\ ; Straw hats; Wash Cottonades; SUlUm:

building, and CHlla, for proposals the space assigned to the public wait In proposing the resolution. A Spencer Bowman H G 8 B Tucker Hanktns Lawns; Wash goods, White goods, Ducks, etc. We keep everything usually In
architects from .of ciowded. The discussion was a very In- !good site could be obtained for the new (demand; are prompt In shipments, and aim to give best value for the ,
''i from any part and'lastelt almost three barracks, and with the old material it: Samuel Porter II B Hanklns our motto. money
terestlog one, Liberal dealings
the world The successful competitors hours. The lion. 'H. II. Sawyer, In accordance would not require more than tile direct i 1.lslt: mark O S TuckerJ
I will receive. a bonus of with ,notice given on Monday Increaseof Income for one year from the J 0 Staples It Carter BENEDICT, POLLAK & CO.,

"- 15000. night, proposed the following resolution proposed Blocking the scheme street to co&.ld"be complete done'them.with- J R Carter Lewis Lewis Lawrence Lawrence 32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla
u : ,
/toioZwthat tbe House having considered out trenching on private property. More .J C Staples
ONE branch of the Pennsylvania the letter of Mr. II. M. Flagler people came from New York because L S Spencer II B Hauklns -' --...;::

legislature/has passed a. bill cre accompanying His Excellency the Gov they could get back by the southern O S Tucker JAMES PBITCIIARD, President';; W. M.BROWN, Vice-President:.
Beg.des the amount of revenue F IIart tone Chas H Bell 'C sWer.
route. Sob
8 acing three forest reservations, of ernor's Meiwago: No 10, together with Lawrence C. S. lyler,
the despatch .f Her Majesty's (Queen by Mr. Morton, bn bought Lewis
not less .than' 40,000 acres each, Vlctortti principal Secretary of State for largely In the town. The Ward Line W V Faver It S Mohair

one upon the Delaware watershed, the olonles) relating! to the erection of may not discontinue coming. Mr. Flng- F W Sum'kmanil INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

one upon the Susquehanna, and a hotel In the city of Nassau and the peiformanco ler will have no monopoly of freight.His / CB.Smith B Uankins Hankins
,theOhlo waters bed. This of a mail steamship service schemes are arranged so an. to be Walter )
one upon with Florida are prormre/1 to grant the peipetuated. As to speed of steamer Wm Anderson II B Hanklns under of the State of Florida)
their la. (Incorporated the.Laws
com T Harbin
move on part very terms stated, if definite offer be, made and rates, the Interest of the Bahamas W
mendable, on the basis proposed, the Interests. Of will be "conserved" In these as in other Wm Ward his :x mark W T HarbinII Authorized capital, $100,00

the Colony being duly eoo erved. matter. The 'donation" of site wouldbe B Hanklns f. -r- Paid up capital, $2soO!
In supporting) the resolution,.Mr. Sawyer conditional. No extension of law was J C Blevins II B Hanklns (
A RESIDENT of Lewiston, Me., refuses gave a brief history of the various necessary for admission of hotel furniture Lewis Lawrence ''Average deposits, $150,00: (
his had been the and materials. Lewis Lawrence. U B Hanklns .w
to pay a tax: on bicycle, HubsldUts which paid by -
saying It.Is..worn 'out and useless Colony during his time. Subsidies had Mr: Rahmlng said he bad seen fr.Flagler'e J J C S BellWalter Blevins Transacts a General Bankii
J Bevill
been granted to lines of steamers run- hotels In Florida They possessed T {
t lie demands Jto> 'know of the assessors subsidieshad comfort and 'were built flanking
nlpg to different places. /These every Business.
v'', whether could tax a regardlees. of Wm Johnson his x'mrk J S BellWalter '
they been very large; as-much as., .t:3,1)00) and conducted expense.
", man for a dead :bor e. If not, he being given at one Mme for eighteen Some objections could be raised to every HankInsA 1 '
wishes to know why he should pay trips ayear., The ImperIal Government scheme but the advantages In connection J Green J S Bell Largest and.Oldest Bank on the Hill
about 'half the with this one wets very and J T Bevill '
subsidy, '
paid
formerly
for a'dead bicycle with a punctured grelltl Exchange sold on all Foreign Conntrlet
but for a nu'mberof years had ceased to he would vote for granting Utlell D S, Carlton W Taylor
wheeL do eft' asked for. II B Burke
The Royal Victoria hotel had been Mr F, M. Menendez dwelt on the importance H B Burke W TaylorD DIRECTORS)

tariff bill shouldnow built vat a cost of about '25,000.:: At of not deciding hastily a mat- S Carlton of JAII.PRITCHARD the National Bank,W.B.ot BARRBTT Jacksonville( >re),j"DintKBB
THE Dlngley, first It I was well lled,'bnt ,afterwards It, ter of such Importance. Any scheme Jas A Russell J S BellWalter (Vloe-Prenldent National Bank
be, known us the Allison-Al- was always carried on at a'loss to the likely to benefit the colony should bo Hankins ,, fl i1; Jacksonville? ), and W.'M. BROWN.I .
drich-Fltttt bill, since those three proprietor. It Is found to be not up to well received. The proportion betweenthe Joe Fisher J S Bell'Walter COARE8PONDKNTS.Seaboard .

senators have added more than a the standard of present day require- demands and the possible benefits nankins National Bank of New York
"' ,
demands F A ; n'' ir' i National Bank of Jacksonville. Jf
the bill. ments. A southern 'service was Inaugurated should be duly regarded. The Henry Jones LosleyR ---.s--
thousand amendments to last year, and as the. result the here were large as was to be expected. L Motlow
To democrats, the' amendmentshave hotel was filled during. the last two Some expressions in the proposals of A A Hendiy J D Wadktns r.L"ITUSVILLE": FLA.
not'' made the bill any the leis senHons.t Mr. Flagler did not commend themselves D Carlton

,.' objectionable, but some of them With regard to the, site asked for, tr> his mind and required explanation. A J King W Taylor
hotels The site should not be an unconditional Lewis LawrenceC '
those who had seen Mr. Flagler's
p have started many republicans to In Florida would agree that it was the gift. It was not "dead property" I\tI It J Glvln L II ChurchJ MIAMI !
kicking at a lively rate It is only suitable one available. Success was woith Rt least the rent of ,the bar- T Bevill '. *

,hardly likely, however, that any of depends eo much upon suitability or site [that And It was to be' remembered J H Gibbs H B Hanklns
them wJU kick out of. the party that the best possible one should be the War Office might require 2,400 W W UankinsH
granted. ., from tbe'colony to replace them. What S Keen H B HanklnsG
p traces. .. As to the structure'being'! ,of'wood,!'he Is meant by the expression "If desired" S Tucker '
1 : knew that the roof WM to be ,fire-proof, referring to trips. : He considered 20 Albert Christopher J B Meii wether Town Lots Now on Sale
l'j and It was the opinion of the;'Insurance years too long, and would be preparedto his :It mark ,G Tucker
j
..t) ti( PREPARED FOR. EMERGENCIES expert that there was more danger from support an amendment to:make the M J Raulerson 11 B HankinsA .

shingled roofs than from wooden walls. time or 7 years, 0 Splerl I
There is nothing slow bo tEnglaRd'1 The pier required would run out Into 10 Mr 0. S. Rae spoke In favor of the A Jlabeolcbt M J Raulerllon A. E' KINGSLEY General Agent For
feet depth of water, and would not Inter resolution as be was pledged to his constituents A 0 8plera ,
preparations for possible fere with the navigation in the harbor. to' have Mr. Flagler here at Harley Crews R \\IcNalr\ .

emergencies, even though she, may Tbe whole duty on meats Imported was any reasonable cost. The was no use in 0 0 Houston Mrs. :Julia D. Tuttle
be charged with delay (in assertingher only 34: so that it would be easy to looking for bug-bears. The Interests of Jens el8etts Lewis Lawrence
position with 'reference to 'the give; up that item of Income for the benefit the colony were safeguarded by Mr. G S Tucker
of alU The subsidy asked for was Chambeiialn's' despatch., The scheme S Castle E W Sapp
war in Southern Euvope. Her for ten years with option'of renewal for teems with signs of benefit for our people G,1 Tucker CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn

,t naval farces in ,the, Mediterraneanare ten years moie. Mr. Flagler's; railway and he would heartily support It. Chas J O'Brleo, Lewis Lawrence
said to.be enough to crush the contracts are for thirty years. In large; Mr. J. H. Brown believed the proposals J B Meriwether all parts of the Town. Carefully Selected

fleets,of all ,the powers combined, undertakings like this, long contracts should be accepted.: As to injury Thomas. garter J 0 Blevlnl
least these are necessary. Tbe renewal would be to his property lie would see that his his x mark D S Carlton Fruit and Vegetable Lands: on
at portions represented on condition that the contract was satis.frtCtorlly rights; were protected. Gilbert Owens R L 1\Iotlow '
r in MedLtert'aneanwatere.' A recent carried out. If, at the end of The lIon. O. D. Malcolm did nor think Chas lIanls Miami:: : : River and Bay DEti&cnyne.By .
cable { that undo' did not that the of Mr. Flagler D D Lock M J Raulerson
b- dispatch says England ten years, the )taking prove coming* woqld : Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.
has in the :Mediterranean thirty- successful, Mr. Flagler would be as gladto benefit the colony to such a vast extent : L .I Shlrllng

four battleships and cruisers andtwentyfive relieved ourselves. !The amount as some of the' members evidently expected J A Wright R 8 Mohair Main Office Hotel Miami '. MIAMI FLORIDA
? ,
asked for Is 0,30(1( aDd the extra trips. though it may be of some ad- W .I Miller ,
) .torpedo boats, and all would bo free of cost to the Colony. vantage. He confessed that at first he Colin Nelson .I Black

ti this display of,naval power Is with. ; From competent authority,'.It appeared staggered! at the proposals, so much was Alfred Hills
out disturbing, to'any' extent,' her that the direct Increase of duty .eallllAd asked for, but when he thought It over A J lit Smith F BaldwIn
''channel squadron or materially by the erection of tbe hotel would be he came to the conclusion that they N A Stumpe
over '. -. .t:2OO'1Inorelllle : might wisely be acceded to If proper Alex Tom1toson 0 B Parker .
1 weakening Britain's position, In from poatofflce 400 guarantees were obtained..- Money D E Mooney .

other parts of(the world Quietly ./ telegraph dept. 10d need to be spent for barracks. The road Douglas Splerl 0 D Parker HOME SEEKERS H .. .. .
slowly and surely baa her fleet ppty. tax on hotel150 would be closed, but that would not be 0 M Stone.
a !great convenience or loss.; A most Important W B Splera Emmett Thomas
been gatberbd, ,until she Is in a
Total Increase :2,060Tbe matter was the possible losingof G Reddlok
position to command respect and Increase In the subsidy would be the northern service, as the govern William May W R Jones Who are Seeking a Home in the
even submission, if she sees fit to loOO. ment would not continue the contract. II R DanielsHenry .

assert herself It was to be' remembered that the Freight and passage were mere matters Williams A G Speir .
Royal Victoria hotel was rested now on of detail. The agreement would have II R DanIell South should send !
condition that the southern service : to come before the House for acceptance. Daniel L Patch W G tlpelr to the undersigned
,
'if OUR HEW( SENATOR. should be continued. Should that service The draft must also be submitted to the Henry R Daniel.a .
cease, the Ions to the Colony from' Secretary of State. It may be expected Be.m Jl B lIankinej
',' the R.V. hotel would be large. Should therefore that the Interests of the colony 11 Bill for a copy of the
Neither Chipley xor Call have the service be continued as Mr. Flagler will be amply safeguarded., There l Is D M Bryant Walter HankIns .
succeeded in obtaining senatorial proposes to continue It, the,rental and not much danger; in passing a resolution LJ Shirting
\ honors, the' choice finally resting selling: value of the Royal Victoria hotel embodying such a clause as the concluding U Smith/ D D Jernegan '
would be Increased. one. o 8 Tucker Florida East Coast Homeseeker:
upon ex-Congressman Stephen II. 'l'helodlreot gains would be numerous Mr. Russell spoke strongly In favor; ot Wm W Layport. W W Beecher '
Mallory, of Pensacola. Neither of and large. Money would be put the resolution. It was one of the greatest F artlltone

,the most prominent defeated candidates Into circulation. Last year in additionto Importance to have a man, of Mr. W W Beecher Wm W LayportF _
without their Uttle, cheques and circular letters, '$:aoOOOO() Flagler's means and Influence Interested Dartlltoue
r are In greenbacks \ the, bank. la us. UI.Influence In regard to duty C 0 Miller\ F. IIart tone We have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for
mede of con o.latlon; ,they made a Labor would be'>employer vegetables OH fruits had an ,Important bearing on W W Beecber Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest In the United States.

good fight, if a bitter one, and Col.' would be required and supplies of all our welfare. His coming here meant B W Miller .F Hartatone Apply to '
Chipley has the satisfaction of Jttodit. Thousands of bushel of lime our material salvation, his not coming' W W Dee ber. l

knowing that he kept out a candl. would be required, and our lime was the opposite. Cbllll GIbbon J F Howard '
11 suitable. Visitors would go to our out- Upon the resolution being put, It was V G8 Tucker JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner,
oholce the
'date who was not the of
passed unanimously. Gilbert Miller
Islands as well as to spend their money II B lIaoklnl
people and ex-SenatorCatl that of' berg The colony cannot afford to give We have now reached a definite stageIn F I1a'tstone FLORIDA EAST COAST R'T,
1 seeing another man than his 'an- up any prospect of bettering our con regard; x> tbe proposed hotel. It is Reuben Carlton n B lIanklnll
'tagonat elected. That Chipley dition. Ws should be careful how we satisfactory to know that not a single L J Shining ST...AUGUSTINE, FLA.
)
mesaber of the House Is opposed to Mr. J W Jamison
aet now lest In after years we should Lewis Lawrence
would have made an excellent sen. vainly regret that we neglected to erabraoexthe Flagler's coming here, if proper precautions R S McNaIr,
ator cannot be denied ; he 'has the opportunity of beneflttlng our are taken to conserve our interests. o W SmIth Lewis Lawrence

,,interests of Florida, at ''heart and colony. v We do not think It likely that I .RS McNaIr'
would no ,doubt hare 'served. her The,Hon. J. U. Young In seconding the Members of'the House will ever Douglas Kemp Lewis Lawrence .
u the motion referred to the efforts which regret; the Important decision at which his :x: mark L J Shining HOUSTON
honorably and serviceably, nor had beenyut forth to make Nassau a pop- they arrived last night a decision which John Pinkney Lewis Lawrence

would any one of tbe remalnder'ofthe nlar sanitarium. The proposals were will be approved of by the vast majorityof his z mark L J Skirling 1.
candidates been amiss .had it more moderate than he expected. Under our people.-Nassau. Guardian, April T C Baaa L J Shining/

been his good fortune to don thesenatorial this arrangement we would be brought 2A' W T Hayes Established 1884. ))o( Cor. Bay 'and Lara Sta. over Ira. Keene'JACKSONVILLE
They were.alnvogte within twelve hours of the United States, W T Hayes 9 8 Tucker ,
t toga. containing.aver 70 millions of people. L J Shining
r all tried public servants, in .wham Our produce,would reach the large cities W J Tucker Wr FLORIDA.

a the people could put implicit con. quickly and t e people In those cities, PETITION FOR, LICENSE. L J Shining For the next JO: daye ,
prices will
fldence and they would have ,re. especially in 'Florida like our fruits 0 S Tucker W T Plastic Fillings, 600. to be as follows: Gold Filling, $1.30 to $3;
$l
It which they cannot grow for themselves. To the Itanoraklf Board oj County Com- L J Shining (very bestl, .I to $ ;\Alloy "DK; $1 to !L50; Plates, $* to *8; Full ten
the
fleeted honor on state; ,but no The pilots might oe affected by this mi* ioiu>ni, Brtmtnt County, flu.Gentlemen John 8tap.leton A C Pitta made. First-claM opera ?K free' by a Palnle method where plate* u*
better choice could have been made arrangement,but.though they had bis -I, the undersigned, W. J. Jno Fllber Sets of Teeth made and ors and poltte'' aidants fold and Continuous Go-
4 fl than the statesman who was destined sympathy.It was a case of a few persons Tucker; wishing to sell liquors wines J'W Taylor C A.Taylor repaired

+ 'to be the winner ''In one of against the InteYeato of over'40,000, and and beers In Election District Number 0, Ales Kerahaw
the longest and most severe If the few were Injured he thought they of Brevard County State of Florida \y'Inpew Chas II Benson
struggle might I fairly be in some measure recouped. hereby apply to your Honorable Body to E F O'Ne11\\ New York Dental
". > yet recorded in the politics of He would act accept the responsibility grant me the rights to sell such liquors T W Dardee P E PoumeneG Parlors

1. > this state. of refusing the proposals of wines and beer In said election district, 8 Tucker Pineapple,. Orange and Lemon1]
The vote which elected )(r., M*. Flagler but would support the rooiioa and I pray your Honorable Body to grant T R CaIn J W MoLean Land .
: 53 In their favor. me a permit to make snob sales. E S Fowler For Sale Cheap.I
Mallory senator was
Chipley Mr. E. C. Kemp asked nor Information Respectfully W. J. TUCKER. o 'V Smith C J Gala "";;
t ,obtaining 44 arid Call 1, so that it on :various points t' tbe cost of buildingnew Dated May 10,1307.\ his x mark Y J Cooper have for sale 80 acres of plne ppl below '
was no'mere walkover for'the new barracks; the closing/ .-f Bay street Ram Mitchell Howdy Jones land on St. Lucie river, a few mile north1;
and to some private hit :x mark WillIam Eden, 40 of which being
Incumbent ; in fact Just before the consequent damage James
We the undersigned, being a majorityof C n Wilson quarter of northeast quarter of section
ropertles; the giving up of S3)* subsidy J W lIowzeeoj.
announcement of the result the the of election district eas'
registered voters 18 41
to th. New York steamers And ,the Wright Permanently Located. township 38 south of range j
Tote was unpleasantly close. A possible raising of freights; the guarantees No. 0, of Brevard county, Florida, Thomas Dardit Den). Wright the other 40 Is the northeast quarts
do most respectfully concur in the above 1iearlr: opposite State Bank of ri .. of southeast of section *> I
of relief has the rtj
sigh gone up on Mr. Flagler's side of per.snencen J W IIOWEC At No. quarter
application and ask: that the permit be RIchard Once 11 East Bay township 38 south of 41 eastThe
t' length and breadth of the state carrying out the proposed scheme; 0 11 Wilson Street. range
Iwper
the subsidy for 20 years the speed] of granted as prayed for. Thomas ALL OPERATIONS above land can be bought fur
; Dafdls
that the II last GUARUTEED
struggle at over Fort Pierce Fla. >
.team.r. and rates of passage. _He John LIYOIltoa M Saottort acre. It is suitable for plDelpple
Prt
Jhat the attention of our legislator thought it a serious matter doing away 'NAMES : WITNESSES! : hIs :x: mark W U Heard Gold will lie as Follower orange,lemon or lime growing.

i can once more be turned to with the New fork""Ioe.Dr. John Hack J 8 Bell Otb...I'mln. I'UUnp............................................ ,'.*eo*spv.rjbSt Will be sold In Iota of 40 acres,V WJ"
business without the distraction of Holmes asked If Mr. Sawyer, In G 8 Tucker SEND YOUR VEGETABLES and Pla run_Beta..... ,........... e.eo &0 1.110 cash. This. land' will soon. be worth
fruit ( ).: : -
'the daily ballot, and that the election proposing hla motion sad was representingthe / Ales Bell, W T Harbin to E. B. Williams A Co., wholesale JrregaWtlTcorrectedP :"-' U.OO w laml per acre.
to
Walton
government, referred to the Y 'SBeUI fruit and omceeplor Robbins A.oTTI&ut"
produce
has merchants 6A
resulted so satisfactorily recommendation of caution contained lathe S Bell, W T Harbin. Broad South ">age solicited.. to A

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GOODE Agent for A: Melbourne.Attna GOODSE.-Real' London-: and Estate Liverpool and Loans.and .F E RT I LIZ E R S.

Gl obe,and' "I18FJro' Insurance. Special. /
dantt.attention paid to the interests of non re.i- f 1'It m n- fl ,

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HOTEL Beautifully CARLETON: Iituated, MELBOURNE on a hlfcb bluff FLA.-lr- j '
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looking the Indian River. Klrot-clus accommodations SPECIAL : &HIGi )S ,1

,and F.ratm ROBERTSON ntiuonikhle., Proprietor. m .

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G Ernest Svedelous was In town Mon' N Y 1

I day. lie brought some fine watermelons Finea.pple: eE9 .... t\1
B from his Valkarla farm.J. _. q-ro--b\7-ers .. : .

e tl. .
: Phllllgs Is-shipplno; a large num.
}n AKIN her of pineApples from his East .,Mel ,Pl.n.oapp10: : For'tl.1:1.zors: : W '
bourne plantation hihi Before the ., '
K3T buying following Materials be sure and apply to ,1
with I chemicals suitable for the I 1
Dr. BrQwu and family are now at''East Compounded plant, and has been ; .1 i' i
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POWDER Melbourne, enjoying sea bathing and thoroughly tested with excellent results.GUARANTEED us for prices, and we will prove to you"we can save you,money. i t'.1 !'

gathering the shells from the
a Pure. up shore. ANALYSIS: STEAMED BONE, RAW DONE"i! \ I

Absolutely t> leavening strength of Capt.Tropic Henry, were Casper down In and the John yacht Wynn Nem-, [E-I Ammonia. ,. .: :, .5 to 6 percent. BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE, ; :' '0; J!

.IM hfiilnewi.) for it.grea. Xiwiire* the food against esis last Saturday, calling on friends. Phos. Acid .. . .; -,.. ;., eto7 per cent DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA, ,\\I1 '

Sri& forms of adulteration common to Potash . .,, .. . ; ..HoG cent '
an brand*. Messrs. C. n. Stewart, L. D. Lock- .for %-';*\? !' per SULPHATE OF AMMONIAJ; TOBACCO STEMS,. L E-I \
ja
At BAKING POWDER CO.. New York. wood and T. C. Nicholson went to Day- E-I !:r Write Special pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES "? t '
last
tona
Tuesday, to attend a district '
meeting of Masons. !with COTTON SEED HULL '"t\SlIES. KAINIT AND POTASHES.
B3T" Special Mixtures compounded machinery at very low

LaGrange. A number of our young people met at prices. .11W., ., .:
;
Hotel Carleton last Monday evening, to H >f .
form a summer social club to be known '

,, Annie Carlile, of Minis. is re- as the Young People's Pleasure Club, of Please Correspond. with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send* for :;' ,M M1
better. Melbourne.The ,
much
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Pamphlet.: <. *' i'\\
Johnson, sr., purchnsed a fine remains of Mrs. Dill, of Mlcco, 1\'I\
rom 01. Frank Mlms last week. were brought here last Sunday evening, LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & CO. 1(1( .
to be interred In Melbourne cemetery. PHOSPHATE ; '
Is
Dole Shad" Chaudoln on a trip to .
A number of'friends from Micco came up
,and other points this week. to attend the funeral. ,
.Ilolmes passed through our townay r J'ackaor: .vi11e, Florida.: '
I Charlie Marten had the misfortune to M :-.511
last week, en route to Mlms. break his _arm, last Saturday. While a

P needed rain'felll In this section playing with some boys, he ran and fell,
long him. Interesting family, came over from Mr. H. M. Flnjtlor, referring to the erection -
much to the delight of all with his arm under Dr. Brown
reek, net the broken arm, and Charlie is doing Tropic, last Sunday, to attend Episcopal of the proposed hotel and steam G. G. SPRINGER
.
era well under his skillful care. service. They were guests of Mrs. Oilbelt communication with Florida, were discussed -x
'irjbody has their groves worked until Monday, returning to Tropic : by the Legislative Council on .
ail U making ready to plant peas Mr. and Mrs Joseph Williamson and by steamer Spartan. Thursday last, and resulted In the adoption -
1 Mr. and Mrs. James Williamson, .of of the following resolution by the Retailer .
lotatoeg. 4 "- Manufacturer and"ShIpper. Of ---- '
Mills Clara Brown sister of Mrs. A. A. .
Micco in their the Black ,
,.came up yacht, unanimous vote of the members present:
Mime is seen In our little burg Ford, has to Eden,'on a visit to her
F. Diamond last Saturday, on a pleasureand gone Retnlvnd, that the Legislative, Council #
often now. Must be some attrao- business trip. Theirmany friends, parents.Dr. having considered the letter of Mr. II. AI. .

ih I Frank Prt in town were pleased to meet them. .W rley, of St.. Augustine, was :Flagler, accompanying His Excellency ICE .' : .

Johnson is a frequent visitor to The high school closed to-day (Friday) hero last week, on official business of the the Governor's Message No. 2, together
s,but Bert says he goes' to see how for the summer vacation. Prof. Win- East Coast. R'y.Lightning with the Despatch oIlIer Majesty's _.
of State for the
lek folks are. ters, with his mother and brother, start struck the flag-staff on the Principal Secretary
Colonies relating to ,the erection of a '
ke Mendel says the "skeets" are north Saturday spend the summer. pavilion at Sarno, last Friday, doingconsiderable hotel and the performance' of a steam
at;Jensen, where he bolds a positionG. This family have endeared themselvesto damage to the roof. mail service with Florida are preparedto Distilled W a ter: '
many of our people, and we hope to
E. Coon.
the terms stated If a. definite
Old BoreRs has been showing his grant ,
them with next
r postmaster had a ripe watermelon see us early winter. teeth from the northeast since Sunday. offer be'made on the basis proponed, Ice Chests Freezers and.Witer Coolers.
day last week, the earliest of the Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wells!, the Messrs May and December In another tangle. the interests of the Colony being duly Refrigerators, ,
Stanford and Prescott Wells, and the conserved.-Nassau Guardian, May 1. '
this section.
In ?
D Misses Gladys Wells and Gill leave for Miss Annie Roberts, who has been a See further particulars on 4th page. FACTORIES....... e
Coats has sold his road-cart to their summer homes New York state guest of Mrs. Capt. McIntyre the past Cocoa' and' 'V cst Beach.
Coon, of Jensen, and purchased next Saturday. We wish them a pleasant winter, left Wednesday of last week for { Palm
I 8 lint hogs from Robt. Singleton.( voyage, and hope to see them return her New York home, very much pleased The Holy Loot Again. .
with Florida .followed the well- ------ -
in the fall to their beautiful home by
early ,
In Grange was well represente in the .
friends.
wishes of bAr many ,
!an River Guards who left here for ,here.. Next Sabbath evenln"tbe pastor, of
laliassee Monday, as there, were four Last Saturday afternoon a number of Mn; and'Mrs. J. B. Torabes, parents the Presbyterian church will describe SEEDS FOR SUMMER CROPS* .
.
ur boys In the company. ladies were bathing in the ocean at Mel- of our esteemed fellow-townsman W. K.: the Ancient Jewish Temple, It* various .

t was with great pleasure that Bert bourne Beach, when a heavy thunder Five left Tombes last,week who for have their been home here, all at winter Ashta-, courts, altars, furniture lecture will and be sacrifice followedby Millet Pearl or Caltnct ,,."A. .'. .,. .,2 etll per lb., postpaid '
ard lightning storm i canoe up. this interesting ... ..
> friends here learned ,that he was bula Ohlo'very much benefited by their Millet .. .aocts a .
from his attack of ladies ran into one room at the bath others: From Jerusalem to Nazareth, .. '
roving severe
visit. Paul Amber Cane. . .26cts:! r ?
and In
umonla at his summ'er .home in bouses; the lightning struck this room Visit to the Sea of Galilee "
Kaffir Corn, (white or red)., . IMcts
den, N. J. .. and killed, Airs. R. W. Beaujean. MIss The many friends of' Mrs. Thos. Bar- Rome.* We welcome you to our services, Jerusalem Corn ,. . . .? .'. ,. . .. . .21cte"v": .. "
trace Cummings was badly hurt, but is hour, and of her brother, Mr: Chas. I and appreciate your helpful presence. Sorghum..,. .. . .. ,2lbte/ .* a N r
letsro. Fred and John Myers, assisted under the good care of Dr. the Come when ever can; Ps. 204):
recovering Warren, will be sorry to learn of you .
Sunflower .>.!_., ,,20ct
rom Johnson, 'jr. were working in Brown and kind Mrs. GIllis and "Lord,'I have loved .the habitation of per quart,
nurses. dangerous Illness of Mrs. Warren at her i Red
oemeetry for E. L. Brad/, one day and Mrs. .house and the where thine Cow peas, Whlpporwlll, Clay Lodyfingem, Wonderful and Conot Send
Miss Sue Hopkins Montgomery home at Verona, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. : thy place. for prices Full stock of Reliable Seed! always on hand., "" ,
week. the other three ladles, were all shocked, Warren were visitors to Eau Oallie in honor dwelleth." '
and one end-of the building badly dam the winter of 180 -06. L. CAMERON. Seedsman.. ..
member. the ADVOCATE, Tltus- aged. Mrs. Beaujean was burled in the lib East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.1:: ; ,

', does all kinds of Job printing.. Give Melbourne cemetery on Sunday, a large Episcopal service Archdeacon was held at Brown the IF YOU NEED a Good, Reliable and for __.____"__._____ __ ____ _._.___on_.____......._.________ _,--_...___
share of work.] number of friends following the remainsof Casino last Sunday, Widely-read Newspaper, Subscribe
your this beloved one to her last resting officiating, to fair-sized congregations, the ADVOCATE. '
considering the time of year when there

)D, Hard-Time Whiskey.only $2.26 place.What thou bast been to us In life, are so few of us left at home. Dr.DrowD' The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co
gallon (vessel extra) at Losley Amaker's discourses are always worthyof ,,
We only knew when thou vgert gone; attention. .... NEW, YORK
Titusville. How strong the tie:of I love has! been :: S'C'DLO"llg'V' 0-0D.1 :Mzi ziii gcr.
We only knew when left alone. Our friend J. B. Mills visited Mel- "
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Though the world is full of sorrow, bourne last Sunday on the sailboat (LATE CHAPMAN 8UDIOW..) y' :';
Banyan'acob Full of trouble and of pain, Hattie M., all by his ioneself;' returning TAILORING .CO. South Jacksonville Florida. "" "
Yet to us it would be heaven in the "wee sma' hours. He neglectedto 1FERTILIZERS
Field and If you were only here again; raise the center-board (leaded 200 0)), MANUFACTURER OF '
is land
busy clearing No more thy loving face and there he stuck. Brother Joe sat fc '
flog ready to build his house. Will light the gloom of home, there and studied nature until the stars oranges I
J. nilllard has ordered lumber to Yet in memory and love 'we see thee, grew dim and fair aurora cast .a rosy POPULAR PRICE TAILORS.We For Pineapples jind *
(d i Is wharf in front of his place. While in sorrow we are alone. glow over the waters. He arrived home ,

Jean and Collins'? are still shipping Just in time for breakfast. vegetables and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material, i:!"'

e quantities of very fine tomatoes. TRY of Hard-Time Whiskey at and r
a gallon the
.'T. Snell spent Monday night In $2.25, at Losley & Renaker's. Titus- LOSLEY supply &you RENAKER with a ,gallon Titusville of ,good can Carry Largest : Cotton Seed Heal, Tobacco' Dost, Kanlt, Etc Also i/

at.an.Bovine.He reports everything- flourish- ville, Fla. Vessel extra.Courtenay. Whiskey for $2.25. Vessel extra. Most Complete Line I Tho, :V'amouet, E3ard.-.r1DLo: : :EJraDd. :

Ammonia, ...". .. *. .t. ,. .4 to B per cent '' I
here Is to be a flsh-fry at Lake Wash- When in want of any kind of building of Suitings and. Trouserings AvaUablePbo".Acld..6t08percent; > J or 925.OO\ Per Ton. .t'f"

on today (Friday), and a nice. time .:-- material in car loads or otherwise, theBuilders' Potash K O. . ... ". ..:'... ?6to7percnt ) ')
utiolpated. Whitlockare Supply Co., at St. Augustine Highest Commercial Value given our brand In the last Bulletin. Write lor'I I
ineapples are being shipped from E. W. LaRoche Tiffin's and V.hotel.L. will be pleased to make you a delivered in the State..... Price Orders for 2 ton and upward for our brand will be delivered free tf all '..
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in painting H. You have no the East Coast at catalogue price until \
small quantities, and there Is a price at your station. freight charge to any railroad depot on ,
d crop coming in soon. Dr. G. E. Hill and wife, of Indianola, agent's or middleman's commission to further notice) t

M. Brown, of Titusvtllo, Is having visited our burg last Sunday.J. pay. -..-.---- Salts (to Order. $16 and $20 .
trJ
e acres of his Banyan property D..Sam. sailed down Banyan
bbed for pines. last Thursday; returning Friday. Enos. Trousers to Order $4 and $d : .

BStewart, of Brantlny, had a very H. J. Tiffin left on Monday for Eau sent by mail. Fred'k' S. Morse -x- xSE..A.:1 :.
ere bilious south. Sample ,
mber attack on Friday last. Dr. Oallie and other points Dr. J, L. Enos is I advancing with his! a rI.
treated him successfully.Silk's Whftlock killed a wildcat Mon lemon In good This Is '
F. L. new grove shape.: NEW YORK TAILORING COMPANY "
grove, across the river from day night, while paying the chickens a the place to raise oranges add lemons.' : ES'r T I = i
yan, Is Being plowed and fertilized visit. Banana planting Is now the order of No. 17 East Bay Street, ."+ ,

Creech has charge of the work. Our school opened again on Monday, the day In Enos. H. W Enos is also Jacksonville. Florida.1c.ubllsh.d 00. B'LORInA.: if '+?
MTBMT nad.o flAGENT'
r. and Mrs G. Bule, of Brantley, with Miss Susie Brown, of City Point, preparing ground for a new orange grave r
1.7 T. Bula were very pleasant visi- teacher. of 230: trees.R. '. '

Banyan on Sunday t. The rain that fell here oa Friday and G. Hard'ee, Mrs. R. A. Hardee and 11185. FOR LANDS OF __ J .

C. Creech's house at Malabar was Saturday of last week was very highly I Miss Mattle Braddock paid Enos a visit L. BARBOT & CO. '):
ek by lightning on Saturday 'last, appreciated by all. early this week. Capt. K. G. sailed fromSebastian Florida East Coast Railway Company, ,'
the to,Enos-6t miles-In 40 min- Canal A Company ,
damage Is considerable.; Mistullee .' of Banyan, spent Wednesday Florida Coast Line Transportation 1
R. Harper, ,
never come singly. and Thursday of last week here visiting utes.; General Commission. Boston A Florida .Atlantic Coat Land Company d'"',> ,I IAwarded

e steamer Della Is carrying a share relatives. In Florida, as In many of the states, N ;
the LP'nes' that there are two classes of town, or rather, -..- ,
are being shipped..yomberjrer's and F. L. Wbitlock ; ,
Charles T. Harper a : : :
t. sentiment of the people II
where the rating and International Xspomtkm
gentlemanly manner Sunday In City Point, they'sailed i Gold Medal and Diploma f flour at Cotton BUM j
with the spent swerves to the support of good order or
PPws along the very line.popular : over In the Peri.' where the reverse condition of things ;;; = i stfCI2
1 arrived home from and reckless discord and wickedness -
C. R. Sams prevail I
Miss
!e built!bear some talk of a county road Banyan on Friday, where she has been give tone to the surroundings. The THEG.H} COMPANY
n of would along our Indian River front. teaching school: for the past six months. shoddy visitor from the north are apt 329 & 331 Poydras St., ,. a ,
be a uselen* expenditure of to congregate where their shoddy instincts -
eOllnty's money. We have a county Farmer Svmmes visited the dairy farm *lead, and throng the resort of NEW ORLEANS LA. '
d 11 laid out on the Banana riverside of at Indlanoli on Tuesday. Would'nt you tinsel and vice. Their reports are glaring ( Canal. Bank.JUC"ICUNCBI .
*. If It Chas. if you-just could use I afetrop.dltanBank. AND BEEF PRODOCTS.
was worked once a year come oftener and misleading-well calculated to PORK .
ould be all that we need. ,We have a a bike instead of a boat? make the stranger think that such wa ( Comm.relalAaeuci55.Ja.

foot-path alongnhe river, and that the ruling element of the state, oral
ill I that will ever be nededThere TRY that.$2.25 WhUkny that Loele,'& least to overlook the other section Hammond, Ind.- South Omaha, Neb.. Chicago! IIU. 4r,

ere no teRms here, and no ned for any. lWnaker, TUnsvilte, can supply you the where the churches are filled the naked S. JOHNSON CO. .Salesroom*,23 1 West Bay 8t., Tbo W. Dunk, Manager, Ja k onvlU.,",aa.
l. 'Ifill "* some strong objections with. Best in the market for clothed, Bpd the hungry fed. The quiet ,
to the talked-of road, for it would Indian River show some of
hamlet 'on Bellies.
'l"some of our places. We trust it I* money the noblest charities wisely I disposed t :---Ilaaafaet.rer..1- Markets idiancing Rapidly on lards, Hams and .
little talk, and will soon die out. and conditions of society that might
Gallie. outside world. ....Fishing Supplies....
Eau model to the pr1ce.
serve a* Write aria :for t ,.
Which are the town free from backbiting '

i.lIy direct lumber and other building ma-. In and meddling with the afrah. ;.of ; ; : ; ; .:.:.;.:.:.:;; ;.; ; .., -- -- L' -- -.-- -- -
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was .
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from the Builders' Supply Tiffin, of Courteuay, other town? Or who are the individual : : ;;: ;:; ; ; :'
St.man's T Augustine and save. the.lumbera town Major Monday. people who patiently mind their own '.'.......................'..:..,..:..:.,.........'.:'........:. JOE.PRINTfTC: I 4vV 41
commission.IIorsefor. Houston has business and pursue. the path" of peace f _
County Commissioner ,i<
been re-appointed. Selah 1 N Cotton and Linen Netting; Rope, '

Sale. J.Klngan Hodgson returned Wednesday The Proposed Hotel at N....... Cork Tackle. Lead, Twine Description. Eta ; Itching Hook, .. ; OF' ALL KINDS. ,;:? "JV '
ot every
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from stetson University.J.H.D.Smith Lines Rod Reel, Sinker, Bait, etc. :I, !$: *
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dlOr&e. bUiO'. hameu, .**ddl and left for a fortnight'strip The Marge of HI* Excellency: TACKIJK A tnciALrr. Executed, '. at the "';:.'> ? -, ,.',;:%<'> &
can on or write to New York on Monday last. Governor (of the Bahama), together or mABroH ADVOCATE'pnINTINO' '}' OFPIOE "'
J. D. CBABB F. and their with the communication received from Baltimore -. Md. : lit.
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Coco, Fla. Mr. and Mrt. Geo i fhi'W.
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MILLIONAIRES.. SPECIFIC MALXORY' STEAMSHIP LINE.. [Florida East'CQ&Stj1.


r Florida New York Tito* Table lf.- a-1. Kflfeoft April 14. 197.

LIKE OTHERS BEFORE THEM SOME FOR.SCROFULA. Philadelphia and Boston. :
Brnnawlek. G., direct to :New Tor*. SOUTH BOUND (Bend Down) NORTH BOUND CRttad t' .
ARE DOOMED TO OBSCURITY. .Hintfrom D)
*.. "Since' childhood, I have been PASBKNOKR BBBTICK., I 0 0 NoJ9 STATIONS. C) ,p yrn
:::::: L ... "...b .. )L Ar.Ar..B -1 Iwp :-::::-. -
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td 130 ,.0.1 tV.r to Cr.B DIIotIa..... by afflicted with scrofulous bolls and Lv Jacksoav111en...fiA: %*. wstftsrt ml nArHnmewle. ...... to 8u. ....:. 816p ...... ..,AttfiwUBB......1,,. 121," ..... TuuaA. ........ ...
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which( caused me terrible SUllday. 10 StB .. .. ...... ..... L r IIk/t. .. '
WealUa' to Vm. It- om. Wbo Will sores, 5.85p [n. Daily except and 80. Ity. Lv Jacknan :::::: 11 MB : .." ...... ...... ". ...... ...fl n5n.gtain..A: 4 ia ..... :::::: ::... ...
suffering. Physicians were unableto Via rail..V. C. &; P. By .... ..... BBBtPMiAka.... 4 ...... '" ...
: .. .. alp .
EverepU.Il Da11r. PeNenpn .. :. 11 MB ... ..... :
''I ) Mot'll* lt.m.mb.r.d Thirty no.,. .u..rn..b. 'nvllle ; Ar run..lnlr 1.3(1 P m. ; .... ..... ...L .. ... ...
: 11 KB ...... ......., p.lety. v. 4p: ...... .......
'; !] D..d.s' help. me, and 1 only grew worse allowed onMU"d lor. .pper, Tbura..y. I I ::..... 11(MB ..... ...... ...... L .. .. ....pBlBtk..........ArAr. 4Ut ..... ............ ...
.. : .JM .t_.,....... 9 ...
under their care. I ..... ...... ... v. lop .".
published I' :::::: I :..... ...... ...... Lv..a.. :Mate ..........r. 1y ."..' :::::' ::::.' ...
h The London Spectator eAt 1 began SAIUKOSl .. .
onoe of length, PROPOSED I,I ;,1 ...... ...... L".OraoatL..4..At. ti 4y.... ..
i M list of those it called "obsoore millionaires to tale,'' .New Tork Pier at K.B.,-Mp..m., (Standard Time.) Lr.Hroe.wlokLt. <1 :::::: I ::...: ..;.. ...... rjBy.t..Bi ....,.... Klip ...... :::::, :::::.. ...

4'' ,".who had died within the previous r Friday,. Api'. 113./...........................COLORADO.1.....,................. .....Frlday..Al'roIIOFrida ...... II 1.. .,....... ............ ,........... ":,......PurDnIg......MBwH-yrna' ..,...?...I", tift{'.................... :::: ...".
.... :
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;i jtai) years.. .The. list WM a rather ,. .Ap. 7..t... .. .RCOfARANW:' .:. .........................Fd4j,MrIsy 14 ...... I I ...... ...... ..... N .....OBB Itlll. ........ M I eep ........'. ...... ....
>)!s./ AYERISand' Friday: M.., .. .................. .... ..nhlA. May II ...... ...... ...... .. ......... '... ... l se, t?.. ..
y long.one Thteagrlsabopke.pinEage, .. .. ...... ....... ...RIO oR INDE....... ........... .:: ....... Peon/..:...::h" 12..aIto .. '
t. .. :
Friday, May .r. "' n. ; .. ...... .Dell 28 ...... 1 ..... ... : :i.: :::: "
.prldal .CII :
.. .. .. .......COLORADO............:...... : : ;, ....... .. :
it "&.. If Is apt we .say. to.value ,, ',f, } Friday, May 21.............: .. .... a. ... .. .. ...... ) II')!;" ..... "
' snen: according to their gropes' ty. Great very soon grew better For irenaiA. rat information.iteamere traine' ''ratee"" eld;;.. ply to JIll/:!,abroad ageat or to ....:: 1 .4..:: :..... ...... .........Jto { rWe.C. .. .... JtB"OBl&Bu; ll .. .
iiSouthernAA DAVIEtr.At.210 w.Ba.ln.JacluMJa ...... ..,... ... ... ...
$ .
...
.wealth ''glTes great oonsideration, endyetljotwUhstanding Attef ,using .P.MU PHI. Agent, RAYDll11ND,Omen! ';Bmn..ck.G.. .. 2%"' ...... .....r... .....: .... 1" ... .. ...::. ...... ..".
I g II. H. River ,N.Y. :: .... ......" .........M.lborrne..H .11 t...... ..... .
the exaggeratedImpertsyce MALUBY IO,E. .sod aua Jlroad- I. .
dozen bottles ,Pier .
half. a .D. ,OeasrA Agent N S is .. .... ..........Renal.nd.w...... 10... ...... :::::: .
ot motley end money getting I was ,,completely YI ....to.. ;'.. ; ....:: ...:.: ." .JUIWWWB.,.. 0 ,lit .1:.::: ..... ...:
it that wealth hi the largest ..... ..:u. ...... ...., ........:.J::*'. LnatBv... I.4&B, ..... .... .......II
.appears cured:io tfiat 1 /have not bad a boil .... is; .. ... ...... IOOB ........Furt Ptofo* ."... ., .IIIIa.,.... ....
1 measure redeems no man from ob ( of ....:. ....... .... SOT' : ............tccI...... .....: :" i II 02B : :::::: II:
eonrjtyj" ) ;j the money la lbeltby< its or'pimple on any part cay. body ...... ISTOlp .. ...... I MB ............J..._........... .
distinction for 'the last'twelve years; I can ...... 1...... ... I .............lIIt..r.......... J ; I
mere poesfisslcin.: confers no ..... ., ... .... TUBlite : ..... ...... : 5.i::::::
which even this age values. Its use, end cordially, recommend'Ayer'a Baraaparllla I...... Tllp ...... ...... .. ......,:.nob.B.inL.; ....., r .:: .. :.
as the best blood-purifier n I / f tiA ..... TMp ..:.. ...... 1MB ....... ....... .I
not |te possession, hail that can make very" I...... :;..... ..... 10 HUB .I".r...,.. TIMB ...... ..... ....
tt it e'metier of distinction. In our own in existence. -i(I. T. !BXINHABT. ...... SS ....:. :..... IIICIa Ar..W.f. Pell ........?Nt TUB: ........ ....... ....' II
in '' ...... ...... ...... / .......1. ...If.4. .... .. ......,..... ......I.
country;, even more then Europe. ...,.. tVp ...... ...... IMp"' .. ......... ; ....;. : .n..I...... ..... ..... I
wealth elaggeratesit.own consequence. ...... w toMM ...... .....101lOp ........Lomaa Oily.i...... ..... ..... .....1"
It is natural that it should, for here uas.R. ...... ? ...... ......IOllUp..r.wIa..I..L: ...... ...... ...... I

more than there, it Is e personal mat s W. BRANCH.' Try!..M. M .r..4 TS I

ter.,,, /The American millionaire has M1'K' !: -: c9J eFIp ReTT' e. ;t'ITi o.,.i.,.: NO._ .. "UIe au4 yes ........Aegn.Nn.411erTeal. .._ Mtaud

"made," as he says his own millions. ..113; f i i'ii. :;;:::.N.w Smyrna..Ar. i ISbLBh 6 alp Flares clall,., . ,f '0 They represent his own shrewdness, in TEX-ONLY WOBLVI TAIB' > 9r 1 pip MaL, ...... .IljoI..L.l ,. It Blip 4 U. Tnlm a*. b.twMB hr'PI.rot
; It 1 .11II11 dull,.
lip 11 UB LY..O..n..lULv. PAr >> neepa K..d.r.
dnstry tact, perseverance or '"good fSarsaparillaUltr't S UpllIt .... .....Oran.. Caty...,..Lv.ll* Up 1 K pMl .. U Bad it BOHIB ., ... A .
luck." Be' la fond, it may be, of reminding L( ....dBlly, except ttiu... .

Ir us,' all that it is so. .He .. a Ckerry Ptcttral am Ctngkt aid CtMs /y1 TIM me*..* S.4-.Wh... Ikea_",
"self made men," and noun to the 00

1+k time when be wee a barefoot boy, or a ., !' CITY OF KEY WEST.

'fI, penniless youth with some pride, ee a II .

proof of bow bright a men he is ia ,baring HORSE ,
:: :TALK UappolaUd to Perform......B* follow
:ai! changed by his own unaided power.th..rlypovertyfor -....
r LBBV 10AM111.00: .m.Wedaeadays; Bad 8.tnreay.. ,
the .
pre.entwealthtt
Willie dims will flnip{ the wmte* on
W Arrive KKT WEST 1!00 p. a*. Thursday sod SoadanLeave .
Be feels In his heart he' has done a the Pacific coast., "

it noble) work and that" he deserves the There will be no'meeting! at Mecban- 4Z4Q7J UT WK8T 1:10B. .....*...,*ad Friday.. .

} Commendation of mankind doing it. iosbnrg 0., this year. ,. ,An*-. MIAMI a.A a.sw, Wedoeednys and 8atardan

Be ia liable! to disappointment, ee wean J.P.IECEWrR. '.* D U.K_
know and it- is somewhat strange. Steinway, 1:963 4, ia' liniited to aiz qir- Trde> ........ > w't e-.P.rmgw .

that, shrewd as he is ia money matters, outside mare this year. I Bdage.tl.Vi.. ..,..

fee islo blind in others For the rest! of Dr.,Smeal will have a stable in training -

'.the,world is very busy, and has ,, little at Toronto this season.lora .

( < Mae to troable Itself about his snooess Caffrey 2l736i: b1' Charles Cat SAFBTTi .COMFORT I QUICK' TIME LOW RATES Th8FJoiida (jentral L& peninsular R'Short

;, or him failure. Neither can other people .''':y; will be shipped to Europe .

see on exactly whet grounds a manoan Rachel B sister to Raven 9:10 by Jtrokes.wlne and:New York..
a ; *lnet Cabin and 0.rvle.. Ho Transfer Wcw wn
Claim its applause only for having taken Alcantara,' proved barren in 1890. ., The fleet ls composed! the following;Handsome New Steel Steamer I"Comancto" :line between Florida;and all Norti'ern Point
good elm of his own.interests. Everett Savannah Augusta Ga., Columbia Washington
', .The consideration given i to,'him for lima Cossack, 1:110.,who I. to be sold '(Dew) "llgonqiilD," "Iroqnols," "Cherokee1a "SemlnoIC tlmore Philadelphia} New York, Boston and the EasL

his money is given only to fail ,face by In the Berry sale, I. a very fast 'snow t Everett Macon; ,Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville. Louisville Clncl

ICJ those who expect to get' something by mare North-Bound. and Chicago. -

It, The community would look 'Vlp aal. ((8), JUK, ha* 'trotted a ''St..men to .II naoording to the t.de. Everett, Birmingham Holly Springs, Memphis, Little Rock, Kansas Cltyl
A matter It COIPPI"I. half in 1:03Ji: and a, quarter in 80# From JACKSONVILLE' FLA., (calling at Charleston), Sunday*. Tuesday*and Thnnda,.. Louis, Chicago Sioux City. .
,cently .
the a and
upon From 5. O., Monday* Wednesday* Friday Kiver Junction Pensaoola, Mobile New Orleans, Texas .\ exlco. .Calif
'fi seconds. ofiallingMe Lt.."Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston) daily paper
vulsion should set him to sweeping For hour "Clyde and the Pacific Coast. Effective May: IO, :1897.
r% streets tomorrow wouM consider him ,The West Virginia exposition and
South-Bound. Mew York En!: ,...:No. 88. lean Jvilla
'Indeed' quite as important the lest state fair, will be held at Wheeling .
{ ateamer, appointed to atl from Pier 99,But River,New York.at 8 p. m., as follow t oa.uw fcilB a. m., Sally with Through
occupation as in that of raking his Sept. 6 to 10. For CHAIUJTON.fl.(: C.. -. Monday. Wednesday and Frkdi,*. aru.A s R. Sleepers for Sawnnalh Columbia WWI!
In is VOrJACiLONYILLErJA.calling Charteston), Monday, Wednesdays and Friday w+a Baltimore Philadelphia) New fork, i iEaatern
heaps higher. other words, it the get
The of Sphinx, IJO", made a to point. Connect* for rem
wealth itself that is important, if there great impression in the show ring at the Boston and 'Jacksonville-DIRECT LINE (Freight only.) $ p a, Arrival 'Jacksonville .30p.m.

i et Is any importance. In the c.... The man recent lraaig.ale.. (Calling at Charleston 8. C., both way) wt. r r New 'Yo1"k :rut Mall No. M, I
I Ji who owns it may be very unimportant Dates for the annual horse show at STEAMERs "GiO. W. CLYDE" AND "DELAWARE;" b- A e Jacksonville Carr m. daily for MIern .
In fate if he Is content to be merely its appointed to sail as follow tFrom a .AN point through Sleeper
9 Toronto have been changed to April 19 villa to New York. No. 38 arrive J*
Lewis'
Jacksonville, From: Wharf Boston
I owner he IS to be foot of Koran street, I
rare sal ; 9:10.. m.'
f and 80 and :May 1. THURSDAYS. FRIDAYS.Clyde's .1
The, only way to create distinction S -
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with wealth is by the use. What a man During her first year on the turf last P F a ,. Cincinnati and Jadtionvllle, No 98

1 ::$j f does with what he has determines the season Sabllla, lIla", by Simmons, Jacksonville 7-00 p m.,via Everett, .
lanta Chattanooga, Connect for 1 Loot
contested 70 heats. St. Johns River Line. caw
Y; Question of his obscurity. 'The world is y 1 Nashville St Louis Chicago and ally i
very just and forgets all but its bene Nominee, 9:17)4 fcy' Stranger II ,, a JackeonrWei.ioa.int.e Returning trail I

4'' 'I factors. The millionaire who uses his showing a* feet in Russia a. Bravado 0 sr..et.
millions for his own benefit is like the 8:10: >i, by Kentucky Wilkes The Elegant Iron Sldewheel Steamer --

id I officeholder' who.... his office fur his A 8-year-old; colt by John R. Gentry, CITY. OF! JACKSONVILLE. a vtr O Car Ashevllle Route.Cincinnati' Through Pullman I,

4; awn benefit or the man of 'genius who ::00"..will be campaigned this;year by f CAPT. W.aa'll A. SHAW.follow eau Keys ''' bra, Asheville, Hot Spring vIaKnoxville of, tk I
Ii appointed to a* t or. the Celebrated Mountain Country
exhausts bis genius for his own selfish Edward Parker St. Joseph, MOo Leave Jacksonville 8:M pm,Sunday.Tuesday and Thursdays. for Palatka, Ewa d Carolina Leave Jacksonville 700 p
ends, or, indeed, like any men who endowed There is total of 99 entries iri the Sanford KntedrriM and Intermediate landing on the. St. River... rat o o v b Ives Cincinnati 7.40 a. m. Returning i
ij with trust nses the t1'aIllfor his a Leave Baoford U.OO a. m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday for ohckeoav1lle&OUTH Jacksonville 9:10. m. '
Pour stake of the Kentucky amooiation, deranal. Me
own exclusive: nee and behoof.! -
to be at this
ran Lexington spring. BOUND, 8CHEDULIII. NORTH nOUND.
? Men possessed of other trusts an'not Read N BedU l|
Read down. up. Only:: Line Through the
rib" as apt to make ,this mistake M the men Kate Moore: a 3-year-old filly; by Sid- Leave 1.80 p. m. ...........h............JacklOnvlll......................... Arrive 9.o0 a. tl ,. Country of Middle Vlorlda, PenMmlif
JIOUIIHClof, Oenlns IDlieU81J4tffj moor, out of Kitty Irvington was sold 8.611 p. m. .....:....... ....Palatka........................... Leave 8.00 P. m. tie KMBmblB Bay Leave Jacksonville 1:11: I
money. at publio auction in Petalnma Cal, 'I '.00.. m. ........... ..r..o.. .. A.tor. .................... 8.00. p. m. )(ip et '4 for/ Lake cn) Live Oak. Madison
i high spiritual gifts, we are u ..80 .. m. .. .......................810. Vranols..a..................... IJIO a. m. woreA CENTa& ti Tallahassee, hirer JunctIon. Pensaoola 1
;; 4 all Map d to claim are conferred' for the for 97.00. 5.80 .. m. ... ..r................. Be..lord .. _..../.................. 19.00 noon :New Orleans,and the southwest, Marisa
.. 8.00 .. m...... .,.. .. ...Blue Sprlnp.. .......,............ 11.30.. m. and fornla and the Paclflo Co.....,. Carrie I INo.
,; good of humanity.; We',stand reedy to Unlea new tracks are built in Maryland Arrive 8.80 a. m. ......:....:..:..:.:.......San ord .... ..w.................... 9.00.. m. f CNINSULAR R.R. 1 arrive Jacksonville I:.M..m.
condemn.relentlessly the men who, endowed the outlaw will have poor prospect .. 1.116 a. m..q.....................Enterprl... ...................... .. 9.80 a. m. tad ConMotlon
I with soon gifts use them mainlyfor after:next June, .. the'present .........,.. ....,............an. 1I'Ja. Railroad Wharf (Banford)............................11110 p. m.Gen't' arrv are A Leetres'JackwnvWea:15am.tor8

their ".own advantage. But,great Tacks will have ran out their limited 2M : 47Arp os PLOW thorns Silver Spring Ocala Oaineevwr.
Ticket Off Ice W. St. ...
and Bay Jacksonville
Passenger ... w..wr.
wealth especially if,a men has himselfwon number. of daysLITERARY ne .. ,, Key Orlando WUdwood, Lacooohee Leesbnrp Dade, Tarare City, Fu

it, Is lens apt', to be considered a t .. Tampa. 'Arrive Jacksonville 4:18 p.D.Viaffveratt .>
,rust The greed for it is great ISIS 'INDUSTRY. J.....LuLlir.Supt. "110.L.HOWARD Fla.lit .A.', F.M.IBX .MONOIB,"..,ria.Pal..Ass NASHVILLE BOUTE-Tbrollllh Portman 8IMPm. Macon Ads
M 1 JACKSONVILLE:, FLA. Chsttanoog Leave Jsokwnville m.. arrive Nashvtlle 1.Oenext m. Lad
\ p.
1.ocrr. ,
: often sought not for itself but for he t rrJv. JackllOnvlll.
supposed distinction it confers. When Samuel Butler required 9" year to 'Tan,. O. Eoom: .T.M., W.R.WAB.UBTOICH.F.A., M. H.CLYDE.A.T.3f. v'siiia a.. m.-a> ve Jacksonville 8''II!for Rruwyilatby the Cumberland Route steamer, ai
finish his "Hudibras"Southey 5 BOWUNO GREEN, N1JW YORK. uerl..d Bound '. '
the young man of energy end ambition '. WM. P. CLYDE CO..O'.ral..te. 4410p. _Local for Everett. Close connection for Brunswick.. Shortest and qnlckolt
looks forward to the attainment of it .. Is laid to have written "Tha- 8 Bowline Green,Hew Tork. 1* .0. DWwari ..."'.,Philadelphia. 6.CO. P. M.-l.ocal for Tsllahasaeeand Intermediate olntfi ArrlT.jaokRonvllla'::16 P...,
the end of his endeavors he is not led laba, the De.troyer" in six months*: ThroRhBlleeepenrfo pCl olnnailrimlaA.hevtuelaracksonlleea, rri'. "

by any miserly desire for money in it- I Hallara consumed 18 year in colleqt- viUe L46.'.m.."! ...Clnolnnatt TAU.. m. ,
self. Be has rather the nobler desire of hag the material for his "Literature of For Macon. Atlanta,two Trains Daily. Leave Jacksonville.8:18 a. m.and TOO p.m.
SUMMER
I Ir': : RATES to Excursion PointIn effect June ..,.
R winning distinction importance by I Europe." ifmaa S..pen on all Night Train.. Parlor oars between Jacksonville and Tampa.tr .
Ma possession. It is a meant and not Send for !feet indexed Township Map of Vlorlda to .
Hawthorne from six month
spent to N. S. PENNINOTON DONELL.
,
A. 0. :M..c
'i an end. Fity.ho should the of
years in the of each of his .
a year composition Traffic Manager. General I PaaeeSgsThe
; bit pursuit so .often change his notion, romances. 4 Southern.Rai
;; for hi. first opinion I. right, Wealthcan Blohard '
confer distinction. It can bring oa. the novelist, generally tI
devoted two or three years to the composition '
honor and high consideration. It can TrunTLine e
of Tropical
a novel.Montgomery .
,
1e _eke a man'* memory fragrant with '
blessings for centuries But to. do all I : ; the famous'hymn writer ABSOLUTELY THE 'SHORTEST ROUTE.

t this it mutt be nsed. required: but a single. afternoon to Jacksonville Tampa &. Key West Railw

There are millionaires in our own prepare one of hi*l magnificent paraphrases THBOT7OH! TTJXXlCAir DRAWING BOOK OAKS, fiZNZKO) OABffJ ,
JOSEPH
country who will neither' be remember'od of the Psalm H. DTJRKIT T'. Re n lver.

I nor oared for 80 days after their costly ilaanah :More is said to 'have written ... THOBOTJOHLTARB COACHZ8: TXSTXBtnVBD TRAINS. SOUTH -"' _NORT -

funerals. Their passage from among one of her uE I1Y' on Female Educe I No. No. II No. 31 No.23 Time Table In Effect Feb. 1, '91.' NO. 82.T80am.
H
., living men will leave no void, for the tion" in two weeks She did not spend EAST 'WEST :.:.:.:.=.... Locat Mixed: e 900 p "usual*.......JACK8ONVULLK.: ......AT 810:
NORTH AND
..tocksandbond.and.hare.whfohalonegate much time in revision. ...... MoWy 93ff p 8Maa ." ,,.. .....OnuiRe Park...,.....;. 8 St am640am .
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9"'p : ... .... ..
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them their consequence-remain. Coleridge required a week to produce .1 ... ..... andiri... ...... .. ......Megnoll..I...... .. .
Mankind baa lost nothing, misses noth TWO DAILY TRAINS FLORIDA'.AND ........ .... ... 1018piVin'p :24aooa .. .... do ....., ... s'iwa'mBOOam I.IPIl': ..
BETWEEN ..
his .. "
remarkable lectures
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each one of THE EAST.Washington .BoetwickP
on ....... ..,.. ..... W .............. .......... '
There.. others who will te missed .103Oa : ..
ing. .... ..... 486P
Shakespeare. Like many other authors, ........ 11 lea 12 .Palatka......., ........
04 lOSRa1048a .. .. .29p.1
a .. .....
+ ia 1,000 plaoee end by thousands of he consumed more timu In revision than and 5outhwestern Limited ........ 11 fila urea t.nma.I1tam I
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........ olOona. ; I
for the millions 121ftp 19Sea: .I.am.03p..
hearts though remain 10 OOaH ....
In actual composition. .h.Creec.a'Cn.Jl1Dctloa........
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the heart that made the millions a blessing And the United States Fast Mall.OILY ........ lOOp iama1MB l.TaIt ? ...... ............. ... S8m .sjrfs
trop .
Shelley spent between 'one and two 114& ... ....DeLeon ..... ...
........ Spring
it The ia this it lost as .
gone. man case p 143 aaoea .......... 1 IM.m100p.
flip .
b yean on "Queen Mab." He wrote,."Ye'rT .. ... .. GI.awnod ...,...... ,.. N
to QI. and he was more than hit money.There and in the choiceof 91 HOUB8 J40I80HVILLB TO ViaHIBOTON. ...' ....: 400p 430p520p .,.... 12 UOOp: ..... .""".Bereford,..........,... 9/8am: 1M' "
slowly was particular
are again some few who so die- ; OILY 27 ,HOURS ...... ... II 17PArJ ........ ..DeLand ...... Ar .,/.....?. .tltf3UP.,..
words his frequentraeares JAOUOHmife: HEW TOIL : : *.1. { ...... ...
manuscript showing ...... ........ ...:.:.. Lv .
of ta win ....... .
their thousands that their ... .
'Enarprl .
pose names and substitutions ........ ... ..... ? .. .h......... ........ T1o06en.
and memories linked for for ...... '.,.".'..-..". 44'pAr .........TlTU8VILLJCf........ L .. I
are ..
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years P0114 Ysmbelad'I'MIu-_....of Lessee ... .. .. .... ..... ..... .. .. .......... ...........
Hood wrote "The Bridge of Sighs" B VV W > *S .Can ... H.... Dta. ........ ........ ...... .. *aola. ... ..
i ? centuries to the monuments of 'beneficence Sag Oats*km...i wtu........... ..WaamlBSkM,...u.o... ........ ...... ....... 3 ... .., .......Rorr' nto:.............. .......... ..,
they leave behind! them, famous in, it U Mid, a single afternoon. Another Prtl.dykly New leek aad ttr.... ........ ... ..a.. .... 4ftp Xr...... ........Mt. Dora................ ...... ..: ,830 till .
..
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the land over, not for their wealth but account declares It to have been ........ 300 li la9p: .Ta..L Pr'
iSSam 31 ..
........ .... ... 1'.8aDI0r4..L
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for the good deeds their wealth wee need written la a day and that much UmenbeequeDt1r ........ ... ..... .. .. .........Altamonte spring......... ..
for. 'The millionaire is nothing. ,Jilt importance ; was.spent ia revising it THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWl NO-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BE- ........ ........ i 20 i i eof34ftp.;::..,.......i.....,......Winter. 1 ark........_... 1966. .'
........ .. .. .. Orlando. .............. 1200p ..
his Thorn Moore often TWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND .. .. .. .
; nothing, consequence noth wrote a abort NASHVILLE., .KlMimnxM.,..?...
.... We want to. know what be does poem almost impromptu. He consumedover :::::::: :::::::: 880. 1'.B&n:: w Jo. ....L. IOtlll.'
..
........ :
.:.... .. ..:.:..: Lakeland "............ P5opm .. :
with his millions before we care to remember ; two years in reading and preparing Through Sl..ping Cars Dally Jacksonville' to ...... .. ... t era S4oa 4 lop .,....a. ...... artow..;..:..?... ... TIOPfll00.: .'.
bla name. At a millionai-e material for "Lallah Rookh" and two ........ ....... SMaS 111op 416 Ar.PAr...........Fnnta Oorda..... ....*> "

merely be .. like the great poet who : year more in writing that Inimitable Cincinnati via Ashevllle. Through the ...... .. ........ sk
r' 11 never mites, the great orator who bis poem.-St.. Louis niohn-Democrat. LAND OF TItS sKY." :::::::: Mon raid;; Thnn t"". """.. Port ... ...... .1 10 p m r Tb"re 1 45.
Ties ..........PoraTampa..40.> ....ArWeet. l so pm : '
never made a speech( the greet Inventor :::::::: Wad and* "Bat.riesg PAr..........?JIa,. ..........Lv SOpmWSS w........"
who has never invented anything. He Net a CM: Byl.gasky. .(. .. e. 4 rates..ek..leti ,_..$... ... appry 5e eooa r,.1...........11&_. ........j...LDaIty. m "
rt. bad grand opportunities. He could have "Do you know...' your confounded 1IQ ages d w Meew Luwe.r tr ....w.aL. '' t ,e"Dda,..

,r' II, '4''done to maoh with his money. He did dog barks all nightr" .L 11111' 7Ndda Am Agi,111 Weltltlyteak..Jalb.YIDe" Tr.lr TraIne t> a. DaaI5.aoep{ n'nEk!>u....Pntlmaa.TraI... Baird tk SI..lae Can Jacb.!.'..rille"......
n : Parlor
-, '! F nothing.. Be "died worth so many mil,11008 "las. X suppose he doss But doat J'Ia. area ie coat. TtCUeTille u__ o.n ,. _____
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," That it all We stand by his worry about him. He make up for it 7.1.. OULI' Y..L. TUEX; M.HARDWICI.) polaa"Uae 'Bolaai Rlv.r ar "Sll y r JUDc"late fl

grave and think what a fool he wee, all day.Cleveland Plata ... .Aa %SJBBV Aa :: sMsSSSS--? ? 6 1e 4m at I": a m..arrltw it Hawtaor.."" 1tSl.: Y C
bumping t:oe'vBkj IDo TrtWI I : -
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I INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MAY H. 1897..M 1 It ;

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- ""I NEIQHBOR'3 WIF1. NEW SKIRTS.btmini.hing French blue sit, snofi a'bins as would There Is more catarrh In this' sectionof "

_. 1ft lon.dy.tste: have been regarded with horror five years the'country than all other diseases Spring and Summer Resorts on the East Coast R'y .
8100 .... I. Width and Weight 'cad ago. It has a rather high bell crown and +
aad ..... .- the put together, and until the last few years
rUI ,, j WNero. oar I,.. 1110". Gaining In Comfort. a rolling brim. Two bias bands of black was supposed to be Incurable. For agreat
'
Y1I pe. : tl.allwore. bright aa4..,... Cashmere designs velvet are placed near the top of UM crown
embroidered doctors
hOUpnpla woven many years pronounced it The Florida East Coast
.' Railway to Miami. The Miami A Key West Steamship
I I 1O'1Dr! .124 tree from c ar. and,printed, are ittll In vogue and many and two more about the brim. On the a local disease, and prescribed local remedies Line to Key West.
- D' slit K tebinglfair oharming silks and ribbons ape of this va right side are a sort of ooqnlllaof blue velvet and by constantly failing to cure
iI i ::::w a an4 nlglibor'.w11.. rlety.. and a cluster of plumes fastened by a with local treatment, pronounced it In- "KKY!: WEST-Hotel Key West, 94 and upward, special weekly and commercial
I s".fjrt l waW anT ) There is a decided change In klrt. Al sapphire oaboohon. Jcmo CHOLUT. curable. Science has proven catarrh to rate Open entire year. A. M. Taylor, Manager. General offices: tit. Augustine.

-.., aIOl How could they sue.Id though they are still largo, the godets InBROCHB be a constitutional disease, and there C. D. KNOTT iY '
""i I ot thillI' rad1MkeD fore, requires constitutional treatment.Dall' ,
."..., 0 -observed of their hBPP by envl0118, e,..., NOT A PROFESSIONAL. Catarrh Cure manufactured by General.Superintendent Florida East Coast Hotel System. t
... are on F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo Ohio, Is the
...... rorsie to th.t bate ba had wrecked my Professor Hogan Meets Frol... Bleak only constitutional cure In 'the market.It .
... I,,cold I but have changed the pl.n and, Fe l. Slightly Inipowd Upon. is taken Internally in doses from 10 f ,

.... Sh.'d, Dot Java boon my neighbor' wife 444. When the Chicago! train reached drops to a teaepoonful. It acts directly Travelers' Hotel.1 ,r r'Bay
blood
. ou the and mucous surfaces of the
..
aDd now there "Ui Evanston old white haired
,. an man.
... rear age I system. They offer one hundred dollarsfor .
and
fair .
... spade me. witching, and now there gay lUte came aboard, and several girls who had any case it falls jto cure. Send for
girl I loved accompanied him to the called Street Jacksonville Fla.
.. GIrl.orosa the woy. depot circulars. and testimonials; Address, ,
"' another DoHal.... ,* flc" b* after him as we palled out, "Goodby I 'fF.J., CHENEY Co., Toledo, O. This hotel Is now under now management and has been thoroughly renovated
.'.". find"M"1 I are friends for "'". professor! The old man settled himself Sold by all druggists 75c. throughout i

... vu tale elsWr dOD'II you lIOe'. comfortably in his seat, took oat a book .
wlfLBrooklyn :
his nehrhbol" '
And DOli' she I. We. and began to rend. Across the aisle a -Tile ADVOOATK is the weekly Bus meets all Trains and Electric Cars pass door. Bath rooms and all i

fellow with a silk hat much the worse I all-horae-prlnt newspaper published on Conveniences on every floor*,, ,

CATCHING DEER.ter'l for wear, a dazzling paste headlight and I the East Coast, bet weed Miami and OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
an overcoat with a fur collar had been Jacksonville, and we hope our East
Rates: -American $2 to $2,60 SOc to $l. Special by the week.
T/praeoeMfal Attempt to,c.... watching the newcomer, and at last, Coast merchants will give,'ue their sup Plan ; European,
I r tare a Fawn, AllTe..tolling after whiR ('red consultation with his port, so that we can make it ten pages i| Mrs. FIN LEY, Proprietress.
Instead of
wild deer by the tail is partner, came over and accosted the eight.
.-. a '

II r [L to to be get recommended venison: but it as,ia a a first good class,way Evanston man."Excnse mo., partner," .he said "but -The, ADVOCATE is still.giving away, == :;:vI. t.jl ipi 1 :

1t conscientious$ man while shooting + are you a member the profesh?" I free tobacco seed of the finest grade. ? 1fS,1.I4 :i
1
1I | "Eh How's that?" the star Call and get with instructions
queried some for
by law.be :zo:: ,-., : a &j
Ia j prohibited i.II:
tIed old i its cultivation. :J ,
.
.
man. ..
I .
.' of grabbing deer by the -. $ ,
process I ,1 4 t'otf
Are
:> a professional?
but it Is not to yon
r III nil of difficulty a / g,
!
( "Ah--er-nm- I so,"
/ yes suppose
In hat respoot with hang. i J'S11.J
AGENTS f 25 to week
ompared assented $00 per easy. ;
the reader. "I Professor E
am
,
Ion after getting a grab on the tail. I You work right around home. A brand I' I f
.
e deer is wary. The deer ia fleet; and Blank. I new thing. Write to us quick I You = I I"" :" ,] ": ',
=
[!tail is short bat in spite of all difflr SILK QOWK. "Glad to meet you professor said : will be surprised at bow easily it can be ta) ; .0 .

| B mab who ia not 100 feet from front and at the sides have entirely disappeared the. man with the headlight, lurching done. Send us your address, anyway- =- II\ J1! fJ, = ';,.1.1g"'l'
down into the end of the will be
It to
unoccupied I your Interest to investigate.
I all the fullness tJ"JI "CI I
write caught a young deer"bylull being now arrangedat '!
II seat and grasping hill hand. "I'm Professor Write ', to-day. Address : : -- '
"People's
the J :
that the
one day and remained a sort of back so present skirt Is ,'
attachment over windfall .and more like that of 18 months ago! than that Hogan-yon know-Hogan. Usedto 8041. .Market St., Philadelphia\ Pa. :a $ 4 'L 1 ,:
I
for considerable digc of six months ago. In almost all canes there be Kinsella and Hogan, sketch team. i iJiiJ 1
ar=
bgh and stamp. ia a plain tublier in front which sometimes You'll remember we did a black 'face i l le r <"
laps over the side breadths at theseams turn last season. We've split now' and WANTED FAITHFUL MEN OR ,
he man was oat in the forest on his where It la fastened down double to travel for responsible .\ 1.1 ,
by t\ I'm alone. Kinsella got to boozing- :t :
, farm looking for,wildcats with an row of stitching. In altering an ex- established bouse in Florida. Salary \
carried him as long as I could and .
a d'
del: eagerness on .account of the tremely full skirt to the newest style the him cold. $780 and expenses. Position permanent. .. ... s tf,
.yof $8 a cat offered by the author godets may be removed from the front by dropped .,, Reference. Enclose self-addressed .* !Ir .18 '
I'm
1 it, As he was wading up the creek ripping the seams of the tabller and trimming sure, stammered-er-urn, the yes-delighted old man. ,. stamped envelope. The National Star ,1 )> Jlt
'" : off the forward edges of the front '
of old shoes protecting his Insurance 11 I'
h a pair Bldg., Chicago. ;
side breadths so that they run according "Been jnggling snakes ,a couple of
:from tbe rooky) bottom he espied a fl.. .., I I"
to the thread of the goods. The amplitude weeks for a Chicago dime string show, 'i
n at a lick. While he was looking, at at the back Is gathered at the waist Instead volunteered Professor Hogan, "and now :r 1/ 1 :i)! :
little spotted beauty It lay down be. of being plaited and the skirt fits verysmoothly I'm going to hit Milwaukee. What'syour : \\J.
i Ilog, and the banter resolved to get and closely at the front. endsides. line-hypnotism?" The
little animal alive. lIe knew that if Very light materials ouch as gauze, The old man stared blankly. Swannanoa. liP''ils 1 :,
[could get hold of one or. both of the tnousseline de sole and tulle which are "Horse taming?", J"
.
n's hind legs he would succeed.inokiiy used for ball gowns, are frequently gath He faintly shook his head. ASHEVILLE, N;, c.' -..... ;;; : : : ,1'',:
"
ered all around the top with a number of .
,
the of the farm -
cows appearat rows of shirring. ."Are you doing the legitimate?" = iiI ULq ,, :
that moment! ,on) the to thek .. <
way "
1-1 said the Evanston if {
The width of the average skirt is from am afraid not THOUGH modest and unobtrusive ;
i for a drink and the fawn,'eviitly -, four to five yards. The measurement varies man, "I am only a teacher of there Is no better conducted hotel In

a frequenter of the pasture, seem-, according to the goods and to the size Greek." Ashevllle. The popularity of The Swan r
1 to be nnooncerned after I a quick of the person. Skirts of heavy or thick Professor Hogan slid back across the nanoa Is due to Its unique location Its .
ice at the cows. Seizing the oppor- materials like velvet cloth, large ribbed aisle and rejoined hill companion. home-like atmosphere, the excellence of ij: ) \ .
If ity, the hunter while the cows were poplins and boucle stuffs, are narrower "Well what do y' think?" ho said withan Its cuislnje. and Its very moderate prices 4.., :!l1c!it I'\, .,'

log and cracking branches and than those of thinner and lighter fabrics. intonation ineffable disgust. "AmI $2.60: per day. Liberal weekly,rates.R. -;::; t mf J ,\. I :'
Much less crinoline and haircloth are used ,
Icks stole to the A
a up log. moment for the interlining the latter being little getting/ nutty? He ain't a professional R. RAWLS, I r : :
I Mr the fawn passed directly' in front more than a facing now. Skirts are worn at all. He's some sort of college guy." Central on street car,line. Prop.. Slstl"'l I IL IL : ,
him, and the hunter made a quick i ') '
Chicago Times-Herald. I =- ,
noticeably shorter for the street also, which : i'iB
rust of his anna to catch the deer by la another advantageous change.A ASHEVILLE, Jf.JC. I ., \ ,
B hind legs. Be partly succeeded, but sketch is given of a gown of Louie ii i
the struggle that followed,'with the XIII broche silk, having a design of copper a= .: CI i" t' /1:

iringoows and yearlings as speota- colored chrysanthemums on' a"moss 1 C! ,' '
k the delicate limbs of the fawn be- green ground. The tabller ia outlined by FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY :x: : isJ s :\ \

in to slip outof the vise of the human two narrow ruffles of black moassellne desole. ,
The bodice is crossed in front and '
.
Ms, and somehow or other in de peran Successors to THE A. B. 'CAMPBELL CO. :
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behind over a plastron of moss green vel- :eO'leJ: = ,
> the man grabbed the fawn'a tail. vet. The shoulder straps of green velvetare al CONOIIzJ-sr, ?
The little animal began to run, and bordered by ruffles of black mousaellne Pianos Organs and Musical Merchandise.
e banter who ia a very strong man bilt- MIAMI, FLORIDA;- I .'
Id desperately to the tail. Down and tone. ?' '
logging road they went a little way, puffs of broche silk. The belt is of black A CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE.We Perfectly new hotel with'aU modern' Improvements. Located on park
id then the fawn turned ilL It could satin with a bow at the side. The neck and purchased In January last the Immense stock of Pianos, Organs sheet block from Hotel Royn.ll'I\lm. commanding splendid view of Illsoayno. Buy. ltate"-"* '
Iran very fast with a man attached; wrist ruffles are of black mous eUne. music and musical instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out tl per day and upward. Special rates bjr/week or month.

its tail l. but the first quarter of mile JUDIC C CLLET. tbe stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices to make room for a full r 1r
of the 'celebrated New Schubert and Pianos.

line Conover England, Klngsbury
is done in time nevertheless.
good ABOUT CORSETS. We have the following pianos which are worth from $100 to $200 more than we '
OCEAN BEACH HOUSE.
boat tbe second the
beginning of the *. ask for them :: .. rs.
wn went over a log and headed for ainket. .. ..... .......... ........3110 Ilalneilros.shiesmah..... ..........$200
In cpiteof all the little beauty Plaid Dire_For.Little Girta-Some flateAbout Conoverstlvlelwal.. ...... .'............. ..... 8211 ............u.....;..... 7111 '
Cpifforo .eeb........... ........ ..... 2110 Malcolm Love wad.....a............ too! / ON THE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN.
ached the brash and plunged in. The a J 8110 Steinway. eb.+................... 2aoa. /
Liter had the The French mediate la considered an authority .. 3'.b.,400 Everett eb.........n......... nil Opposite Daytona, near the City; Beautiful Boulevard; Surf bathing.:: Rates Il i
be
was off and
scraped on corsets and one of the profession e ,," K.wal. ..x......,........ 8'.13 KlDpbuf7, etyleD eb...............u..." !228McCammon according to location of rooms. House open all the year. i
learare of seeing the fawn Join its very sensibly announces that! this armor style 22.wa..................... 800 "" 'A eb.....". ,......r....., !l.1O
other on the other side of the thicket be- .". 22.mab..M... ....... 800 Raab. Grand y......."...........; San Address MRS. II. C. BERRY, Sea Breeze, Fla,
I should not be placed upon girls n 7wal....................t 270 8tU1"MaDt eb. ..................... 1111 --, -- ---
id dart off with her into the depths of fore they are U. or 15 ;years old, and that 7e.2a0! tl wa1.................... :.2onHalnes
ia forest-Milwaukee_: SentinelThe __ 1 even then it should be easy and little bur- Bros., 8..b............. ....... 11I10 Neb7&Evana eb....................., 1211 o
n n As matter of'fact, Frenchwomen 8.eb...................y. 11/J/ Jas. M.Star. eb....................... Iro The Hotel :Flaoide -
densome.do not a lace themselves near so .. e 8.mah....................190 Morris 100 1 : i894
Moet Utefnl :Blah. but Some of these pianos have been rented, but! we have had them re-polished and
: and German ones,
|The cod is the most useful fish In the closely KpgHah put In thorough order, and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momey re- JACKSOtmiXJB, FLORIDA. .

arid.. As an article of food wholesome funded. We furnish a stool scarf, instruction book and delivered'f. o. b. Jack- In the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing Hue-between east and west
substantial either fresh or salted sonville; cash or Installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us. one block from Bay. Everything entirely >new. Elegantly furnished throughout
d 1 dried, it forms a valuable addition FREYER A BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus moots all trains. Terms f-J.BO per day and t

\the food resources of tbe world, and 24 East Bay Street Jacksonville Fla. upwards. Special rate by the week., 'N. L.,.WARD, "ropr1etor. t'

1 ibis and other ways few members d
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the animal kingdom are more univer- ,.
fly serviceable to mankind. a :HOTBJLIS.1e : DAYTONA HOUSE

[Enormously prolific (one Ash produo- (i'ORMERLynOTEL9I'EN, E.)
[89,000,000 eggs) and widely diatrib- I II
*i, its usefulness'il appreciated alt Fischer's Cottage. A. DICKINSON,. Proprietor. ,

everywhere. The tongue Is consid- ''This house, centrally and plea..antly'ocated.. has been newly furnished. ; Is now "
1 a delicacy the swimming bladder better than ever before prepared to furnish a comfortable horns to tourists and

ashes isinglass equal to that got! PaJ.l:1: l9tz; oct;, ;Tituletvi11O: ; P1a. the traveling public generally. I extend .a hearty Invitation to all my old friends r

am the sturgeon while cod liver oil Centrally] located between both depots. Airy rooms, good table, pure driok- on the East Coast to call and see me. A. S. DICKINSON, Daytona Fla. t,
.118 a worldwide reputation as a medi- rt lug water.

and food in pulmonary and other Rates: $3.00 per day; special rates by.the week or month. w .
Fasting diseases, where its highly nu- CHR. F. 'FISCHER ,Proprietor. "
ptive properties give it great! value Seminole Hotel *. *

[be Norwegians give codIJ',head mix-
with marine plants'to their cows to 2 "'

icrease the yield of milk. GRAND VIEW HOTEL OPEN ALL THE YEAR. !

The Icelanders give the bones to their FELT EAT WEST. PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. $
ttle. and in :, ..
Kamschatka the dogs are their corsets are so well fitted and their .
d on them while in the icy wastes, general carriage la so good that they appear """"") T1tu8vllIc F orldD. This hotel, substantially]! built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to
.,; : the Free 'buss to and from trains. Boat. attached
titnte of trees, they are 'frequentlye4 much more elegant than their pinched railway depot. to the hotel
and used as. fuel.-London Anew In neighbors. The general contour of a The above hotel Is now open and In full running order, and the table Is sup with fishing tackle on board for the UM of guests. Ratios, from $:1.00 per day ,aml
Frenchwoman's figure always retains some plied with all tbe market affords-such as game, fish, oysters, etc. upwards; special rates by the week or month }t. J. DOYCC"! '
-- semblance of nature while English: Gen A carriage meets all trains for the convenience of guests. A first-class laundry GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor. Manager, ,

Mrs: Cie T.lm.d nod th. WTi. -lm-. man and occasionally, alas, American attached to the hotel. '-'- .
It was Christmas week and a young women Invest themselves In m long stiff J. O. BAST '
nan on a bike was confidently riding sort of straitjacket which natural effectually Proprietor- HOTEL COQUINA ORMOND-DY-THE.SEA, FLA .
all vestige of the shape ,
Cp f 8166A heavy carriage drawn suppresses with no .
Hgidtriangto
7 two and substitutes a J. A. HAPPERSETTE..
e street prancing hays, came spinning up more suggestion of suppleness .than a Open for Summer Season of 1807.June. 22nd. Flns'Surf: Bathing, Fishing. and"'

an Wile fairly at the run lame into time.the The gutter young by wooden Gowns doll of possesses.checked and, striped goods :I1 T: IAN': RIVER: :30TEZ,1' :: wheeling. SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY*, '

I he turnout, and to save himself from trimmed with velvet are well liked for ,4 R HARRY L. BEEMAN Manager

Ing hays crashed were he drawn'Jumped np off to the hia curb wheeLe in large collars and of embroidery little girls.or For heavy the lace latter are Wide add- :, TITUSVILLE-, tfotll. June 15th for rates, eto., write care San Joan, Hotel, Orlando, Fla. .

material with ISr -V.
of the same
t style, and the of the ed. Capes U
lady occupant ,
th Indian River.
age stepped ,out to into a store. fringes, hoods,eta.often accompany I '
_She> Instantly took to the go catastrophe. chocked: and oo11fUJ'M striped gowns.Evening are now very simple. ::1"" Fla. STANTON HSEI'S

"je wheel was almost a wreck, and the The hair Ia always waved, and the torehea4 -
5 er was looking around for his bate Ia more or lees shaded and softened $ x J. A. HAPPERSETTE] -

:" ePped" right up to him and inisTr by short soft curia. MAJTAOEB: 1''n r D. J.. JONES. Proprietor.
"" if *e was hurt Being assured It 18 onrloge t.u observe how completely
he was not she took oat card and an expensive fashion will'disappear far DO a ,
rote a on that can be _rtalned. All The Tear. p Rites Terns to t
a few lines Open $2.00 per dart Special
l on it and gave it to which ,
ThTcashmere for instance,
Baying: shawl, >- -M !? M *M. *<* *: "
waS and glory oT the elepatwoman''wanll'Obe -
the pride
Rave once '
Famlllej. :
your wheel repaired and send has dropped into uot.oarl&7 I f .
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j biU to Mr. Thnrber with this card. 01' .t bed 18 seen only III the 'It a. iss isa rsi .< tm 's. inn Only few c minutes' I ." .41
+m very glad you were not hart.JT ." cover, table spread 01' por- walk from*Railway stations '
of a piano
The 18natnre/ on the card was ''Fran- tiers pile unless, indeed. a mAIl 01' woman 18 f* it ni if it mtV and Steamboat. { Two, Minutes Walk from. :.Central.,..." ;{
Folaam Cl ftJlaDd.i"."-Washington of II1I1IcIut17 oriental taste to ban ,I' "* .Ings. .;tOn laJ1d.j ,Depot, .. .. 1 ,/1 ti
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Capi made into a dressing gown.Anillnstndon the banks of ,, ." '.

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I"t: OFF TO THE ENCAMPMENT. main here of for1 realizing' some on time other with business the expectation ROBBINS & GRAHAM[ DUREN &. FEASTER....;

Interests. The hotel has. not been a GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES. Florida
'F. j Amid the playing of bright muslo by. financial success as an alltheyearroundhouse. al
. our band, the waving of bats and hand-; The losses of the summer can ...aaAUrprs..s Crockery Glass' and .Tlilware.
kerchiefs, and the cheering of the largo not be retrieved by the few months of Western Meats of All Kinds' 1:
number pt people at the F. 15. C. By. I activity during winter. i PRACTICE our patronRlte Sollol
t depot to sea them off the Indian River p! WILL IN STATE, AND TITUSVILLE, .' 'FLORIDA, '
if t Guards In command of Capt." A. T. .
F aster( boarded the ears of Monday's FOR $2.25 you can get a gallon of good UNITED STATES COURTS. -----.c.
northbound train at this place for Jacksonville Whiskey at Losley & Renaker's Tltusvllle rf- _____
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en route via the F. C. tit P., ] y. Fla. :IJ. L. : ,
to Tallahassee where the annual ABSTRACTS TIM Furnished
en- of
::4 MILLINERY... campment of the Florida State Troops The Bicycle Races.. Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries, ft
I' Is held this The hada and Dade
being guards Brevard
, year. Lands in
. for kinds. Grain Hay Cotton
Products of all Bran
, good master, and presented quite a ID the bicycle races at Tltunil1o. last And Food Seed Meal,Gro.:.
and DRESSMAKING.Fro smart appearance with their new campaign Saturday afternoon, Fentre.s Davis won Counties., If1, Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively)
bate, neat uniforms and shining the 1IT..mlle handicap; Arthur Brown, the above, line of goods. We invite your: correspondence and solicit your patron,
accoutrements; and we look for them to the one-mile open; and Ernest Vanland- Very truly, E. L. BRADY A BRO., Tltusvllle Fli
hold their own with the other companiesof Ingham, the half-mile event.It wouldbe List
the state, as In previous year Under a good idea for the races to commence We have a large -
the able Instruction of Capt. Feaster and about five o'clock In stead of nearly six, 'Lands'owned DECANTER.
his lieutenants, Messrs. Williams and and thus give everyone who wishes an of by THE .
Jones, they have been well schooled In opportunity to see them.
the various manoeuvres of military tactics This (Friday) evening, at 5:M o'clock ourselves and clients.
for some weeks past. the match race between Arthur Brown Lesley c"c ae1'1aker"ForeIgn
At 12 SO o'clock the members of'the of Tltusvllle, and Chas. Hatch, of Rock-I I Price for unimproved "

knapsacks thirty-three on their backs strong and with their,their new ledge bounty for and the a pair championship of Hartford of tires Brevard will I lands,$3 to $1OO and Domestic Brands of Wlnes1. Brandies, Rams, Gins and Wh1stI

banner floating proudly In the breeze take place. The distance will be five' Bottled Beers Ales and Stont
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,\ left their armory and marched down In miles, and the event promises to be quite per acre. '
fours to the ADVOCATE: block at the Interesting ..' both are good riders. A First-class Line of Cigars. .ee Billiard and Pool Table
r corner of Washington avenue and Julia Brown at present holds the distinctionof Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given' to mordors.
street, where they were ,joined by the being the best rider In this county. WE have a few Residence, Orange ..Cash must accompany your order..LOSLEY A RENAKER Tltusvllle
Indian River Band who headed the "column Batch came from Rockledge on
.iII to the station, rendering.martial Wednesday and he has, been training Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable .
strains on the way. The band played here since then for the race. Brown has '
Mail orders solicited. Satisfaction', several selections while awaiting the also been putting In good work.- locations. Prices Reasonable.
guaranteed. arrival of the train and gave the soldier For Wagons
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boy. a good send-off.
Death of W. A. Dixon.Mr. .
The names of those who went to
Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds camp '. TITUSVILLE.. .
are as follows : A. T. Feaster, captain; Kinds .
: WEST PALM BEACH Of All ,
Titusville, Fla. F. O. Williams, let lleut.; J. P. Goldsmith J. P. Bast of Titueville has received OFFICES : < .
lat W. E. Goldsmith. notice of the death of his friend and MIAMI.
sergeant;
2nd sergeant;-C. R. Stewart, 8rd sergeant :,and associate In the management of Buggies,. Carts and Harness, also General (
x lei 1897 Model Globe Gasoline Engine :' B. A. Norwood, 4th sergeant; L. Hotel du Nil, Sarno bntario Mr. A. Dixon. He .
R. COle lit corporal; P. Roberts, 2ndcorporal died at Toronto at the residence : :axcrrox..m:: :RIi7P.A..XEI.Xq'G.
; J. C. Morrow 3rd corporal; of his mother, Tuesday morning A Law Salt Threatened. ?
L. K. Myers, quartermaster; Privates J. May lltb, and was Interred at Peter- Go or send your orders to ROBT. E. MIM3 Jr.,
D Beck,.J. W. Boatwrlght, P. Bowen Jno. borough, Canada, on the 13th instant
) Carlisle, O. D. Case, J. '.1". Feaster, Wm. beside the remains of his father, who, at Judge J. S. Cochrane owner of the Bicycle Sundries kept; In Stock. Tltusvllle, FU.
Hill, Jno. Kettles, P. mAr, J. '.1'. MoOutre the time of his death was principal of famous Dummltt orange grove, was a
4 W. F. Mimi R. E. Minis, Jr., '3-. Peterborough Collegiate Institute. caller at our office on Tuesday. :He says
IIA M. Oibora R. Rocker, J. W. Rose, J. L. Of the four persons connected with the'Haulover canal has completely cut
Sapp B.' Watson W.. L. West, 'R. M. the Sarno Hotel ropert'/during Its two him off from the mainland and if the The New
Singleton FLouisia Fred Wilson, E. brief seasons Mr. But alone survives, Florida Coast Line Canal fc Transportation ,
Ooa E. Koox, F.Depew. John Green Chas. T. Verbeke and W. Co. does not put a bridge over the '
Owing to sickness Second Lieutenant A. Dixon having all died 'within twenty canal he will bring an action against
M. S. Jones, Jr., did not go with the months. them. SeldenCypr Door Company
oompany on Monday, bat he expects ,togo
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G. ,CARY. WES, :PALATSA". PL.A.' ,

LEGISLATURE. Opened October 1st, 1806, turned the steam onto
't FIRE:: INSV'RANCE.: : : :: =::
Among the more'recent,bills brought. One' of the Largest and Best Equipped ,Door, Sash, BUn
/' / before the Legislature are
If. House bill No. 118 Mr. Hardee of Representing some 'of the Leading Fire Insurance Companies.. Will write
'" .. and General Wood Working Plants in the United States
Ctatlonanr snd Marine IKto 135 w. P. Tbs Brevard, an act to extend the time for Policies_anywhere In Brevard County, ,
Jlftfmt,moil tollable,Koonomla and Datable the commencement of work upon the
rawer for LtuinohM.w Auxiliary Power fur TltnllIIeOaoa'l'eral' and Peninsula Rail Your. Business Solicited. And with experienced management, (covering a past'experience: of rig
,\\fi., /.TBehu Is and bunlnsu boats,and where stationaryfewer way+. Ordered engrossed.' TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. years In Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the to
required.BKNJ.. W JEROMK By Senator Dougherty an act to possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our.production will 001
Bole BitpnMnUtlve for Manufacturers In the change the name of DU\lboro\ River, Doors, Sash, Blinds Mouldings Frames, Hot-house; Materials, Tanks Glass, e
.*ttat.of Florida ROCKLEDOI,.FLA.HfCatalogius Volusla county to Indian River North.
: and prioe on application. Senate: bill No. 87, by Senator Fuller The Colonnades
regulating the catching of fish In the ,
waters of the State. was passed by a vote
IjECEEIt.
L. R.
Reading notice ads. on this page of 18 to 6. On the Peninsular opposite DAYTONA. ..
'arelive cents per line per,, week. Mr. Street, a petition from the land .
1 owners of Volusla county to change the Large, airy and well-furnished rooms, with all Modern Conveniences electric -]::: Will keep constantly on band a Full Supply of :::[-
Take name of the Hillsboro River to' Indian lights, bells etc. .
Notice. River North. This petition Is due' to Plenty of shade outside hotel makes it a delightful place for children.
'- the fact that there are three Hillsboro 1* CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
Red Spanish and Fancy Variety Slips Rivers the State. Dancing twice a week In Casino. I
I and Suckers for Sale. Apply to Among the bills before the House and REDUCED RATES'for Summer season, $7.60 per week and upwards. En- ,
W. GORDON ''BROWN Senate were: ,Senator: Fuller's bill, protecting gage your rooms at once. :Drefsctleled: e and: :n.O'U.K'J:1.:
Hobe Sound: Fla.FancyPineapple the food fish of the state, mak-
iii- ing It unlawful to them at certain seasonsof I FREE HACK from Daytona depot. Address: Also -Mouldings and. Turned Work; ''Brick Lime to n
tbe year, which has passed the Senate. SYDNEY HAIGH Prop., ; ,
Plants.; 4ftA House bill similar to Senator Ful- Seabreeze Fla.
ler's measure Is well up on bills on third and Crates of AllDescriptions.,

Hardy vigorous grown without shelter reading In the House and the Senate TI't'U.sV':111e.: : : Florida
smooth-leaved Cayenne Abbakasail bill will very likely be substituted for It
,. Jamaica Ripley plants for sale. and passed this week. ,Fish dealers SAVE, MONEY And Buy From ****

E. 0. B. TYWDA.LL, fought this bill, but the protection of .

Waveland, Fla. flab The demanded bill extending Its passage.the-time of the :T.: :::tv:1ES: :53. :eO-C-es, p, E. McMURRii. I Carriage and

Florida Coast Line Canal and Transportation -
Choice Pineapple Plants. I company In which to complete its ,4 Wagon
waterway passed the Senate without Grain Hay Feed Garden Seeds Flour Grits BAIER
opposition and was reported I
Smooth Cayenne Envll City Abbaka favorably ,
and Red Spanish grown without cover by the canals committee of the House. Dealers hi
'and from young plants. Guaranteed Mr. Hardee, of Brevard, an act for tbe Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.
.nkl.... Apply or address, preservation of wild deer In Brevard
C. A. ROBIN sow, county; also an act to authorize Brevard Dump Carts Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles Hand1 Carts etc.,tt
Eden, Indian River, Flo.r county to Issue bonds for the construction Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds'of Insects; Harmless to man or Main and' Church Ss., >. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
of good roans beast. Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations.

r By Senator Dlralck an act providing Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE "
PID.eapple'SlIps For Sale. FLA.
for the construction of an olectrio light "" .u.I
plant at the Asylum for the Indigent;
i Porta Rica, Abakka' Golden Queen, Insane. 'Will Install this Engine for any'Purpo
host varieties for sale at reasonable
Several new bills were Introduced Into .,
prices. Apply to the House and Senate on Tuesday. CHAS. N. WELSHANS '
A. GOLDT Among them were: that Power may be Required
; GOMEZ, Indlu.RI..er. Fla. Senate: bill No. 161. by. Mr. E. N. ,
Dimlok an act to make It unlawful for QQ) mare
:Fancy Pineapple SUps &; Suckers live stock: to run at large In Dade county CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER .ccu C
and for the Impounding .andsale :a
for torro..lde > PQ Q)
Sale.VAbbakas
so running at large; L. x ::
CI:4:1
amended and ordered engrossed. ** HAIR AND LATH. ** cucL. 0-

Egyptian Queen Golden Senate bill No. 221: by Mr. Dlmlok.an ++ N t..c."
Queen, Porto Rico Smooth Cayenne and. act to extend the time for the commencement C'CS .1 _r WM/J Iv
State Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils. Q) 'i
Rod Spanish. Apply to of work on the Tltusvllle. 3CIQ) a aa
k HADDOCK MATTBAMS Canaveral A Peninsula Railroad. ;orderedengrossed. :. .c
Palm Beach Finery" Old 'Phone 8. )o( 13 Hogan Street, +, ++ a"" U
West Palm Beach, FI.... By Senator Dougherty an act to regulate Q)
the taking of fish In the waters of JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. EcE cn eacoc !
the East Coast, and appointing a fish : ='
Guavas Wanted. warden.In '- t:: ;::5

the Douse, Mr. Stuart of Volusla, BKXDLBT RsDI'IBLD. E. B. KEDFIKIJK. 't:
introduced an act regulating the mean >'('oS: '.
Highest cash price paid for guavas* In and methods of taking fish in the rivers Ra':: >XDFIIs7LD dJ i90N ..CD L'VICTOR"
any quantity, and at any station on the "' .coc
of the East Coast for
providing punishment C'CS
ESTABLISHED 1871. 141 DOCK STREET = : Q.ltJl
Cast >
Coast RaIlway. Write or apply to and appointing a flan warden. I ;
J AI. <1 RNELIi: House bill No. :300, by Mr. Hardee, of Wholesale Fruits and Vegetables ;>-
Ormond Fla. Brevard' an act to exempt exConfederate i
Refer Editor
to ADVOCATE.
soldiers from license .j
paying a tax
Philadelphia Pa.
for peddling roods wares,. and merchandise : :
; ordered engrossed.. Write ua for Stencils and our"Colored" Card. Ship us '
Pineapple as a Medicine.It Bill No. 148, Mr. Hardee of Drevard, will do best for your pineapples and
our
I we yon. And
an act to extend the time for the commencement '. guarantee its Economical, and Perfect)
Is stated that pineapple Juice will of work upon the Tltusvllle ,
sure malaria and dyspepsia, and IB a d Peninsula Railroad; passed final read- Satisfactory Operation.t
valuable antiseptic. The juice will remove Ing. '
inoth patches on a woman's face, Douse memorial No.40 (Mr... Hardee): E. B. Williams & Co.. A Genuine Surprise AT REASONABLE COST.
and cure unsightly skins. It Is a vege- To congress, asking, for an opproprlatlon
table pepsin,digesting food and strengthening for opening two iniets, Into Indian River. .By Write us for Particulars.
the digestive powers marvelously Passed to third reading. .Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants. ,
Senator Dimlok Senate memorial No. ,,, A """ :an.OS.: !
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lee, to congress asking that the settlers '
Cheaper Sheds for Pineapples. on the Fort Jupiter reservation be allowed 65.South Broad St., ATLANTA GA. Machinists and Engineers
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to homestead their, claims under Foot of Liberty Street, P'd
A resident of Frostproof who la apineapple the homestead act, and that the time Foreign and omo&tio UTiruits.YK JACBMMTVILLE.
e
t' grower, says : they have actually resided on the land be '
"As for shedding I shall try a new deducted from the five years' residence
I plan by using galvanized wire netting required by law before proving' up their < LES. MtUlTS I .
," Wo. 20, 8-Inoa mesh two feet wide with claim. Instead of having to pay the appraised String Beans. ,. Oranges FOR SALE. Home Grbwh
[ 011 m heavy double twisted galvanised wire, price set by congress for the Cauliflower.OkraCelery.. Bananas ...
for supports,strung on light wood posts. same. Ordered engrossed. ); Grape Fruit, t
On the netting for shed I will lay Spanish Cucumbers. Lemons, PINEAPPLE
moss light or heavy desired. SLIPS AND SUCKERS *
as .
....' Leave four-inch space between each, roll Closing of the Grand View Hotel. Tomatoes. ;; Ltmes,""
n Peach. the
BeetaCabbage Pf
r, of netting to gain space. The roll are Manager J. G. Bait closed his hotel .... Pineapples. following Varieties :
150 feet long. The New York price for the summer, yesterday. The but; New Potatoes, Strawberries lbbab, Porto Rico SlDovO
; given us makM tke use of this material guest to register was Ex-Governor W. Bgg P1ADt. Grapes Egyptian QQMO Golden Queen, RlphJ Queen.
.uite inexpensive compared with the H. Gleaeon. of Baa OaJUe. Mr. But '' '
Asparagus. Coc uiut8.. hurwaLfoEaTaira > Cayenne Peramtwco
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