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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 28, 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: UF00079909:00080
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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,I L ':14. 3STo. :15. TITUSVILLE FLA., FRIDAY, MAY 1 28, 1897. Price:: '5c. ,,1



OCAL NEWS Business needs advertising as the LoCAL ADVTS. Ten Cent Per'Line, Per ICE CREAM, ICE CREAM SODA AND Shoes. ,r.,.

flower need rain. Week, on this (front) page.Vicepresident Pineapple Bon-bons; 6 cents,"tomorrow HOTEL XOTES.WIIKRH .

Topics of General Interest. -Mrs. A. T. Feaster and two boys (Saturday! ), at Gruber A; Uvlggs. If you want something nice In the -

have been spending several days with J. R. Parrott, of the way of ladies!;, gents' or children's\ shoos, to stop. See list .f hotels o*> j
' la connection relatives at Osteen.Mr. F. E. C. has all or write Julius Klibe: TItusville, oar 7th page.
sari. General. Ooulp Ry., been In New York a MONEY. We want money to>Joan on first
lIlHarae. Bay. lake Worth, Indian Gad Bryan, of Modelo, has beenon week or so. real estate mortgages. Ten percent Fla. Hoha an elegant assortment that Gen'l. Supt. C. R..Knott of the Flor .

end Halifax Rivers.. Key West a visit to Jacksonville. and other -Dr. M. D. L. Dodson left here for free of all expenses to lender. D. L. II sure te please everyone-both as to ida East Coast Hotel System*, passed
Point the Ganlden quality and price. through Tltusvllle Wednesday,en.route iii
l other Important alone points this week. points south Tltusvlllo. w
on Monday, In the Intel'estaof to Miami and Key West.
Brief mention of
(: stt of Florida. his dental business.Mr. /
-Mr. E. L. Brady has had a dock
wint Event. from Various Part and boat-shed built In front of his residence -Tb.lumber for repairing the City Mrs. E. lludnall: I", of Jacksonville\ Informs t';
Know J. G. Glngras of Rockledge Shipments of Fish and I'lneM -
.World About People You on the river bank. wharf baa at last arrived us that she will open. the finest
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ftople. Too Don't Know Picked. paid the ADVOCATE sanctum pleasantcall apfle8. house! In Hendwwonvllle.\ N. C., this *
,oar Society Editor and a large staff -Mrs. T. Browner after spending last Friday.Mr. -Mr. Jno. D. Baker of Jacksonville, summer, and she would like- her friends, 't,,
mMHtndent Mattered along: the couple of weeksinJacfcsonvillereturnedto George F. :Miles general arrived In town yesterday and will leave remember, It. bt
man- ,
.. Geo. .
W. Seoble
Titusville for Samford this shipped thirtywo. -
morning.Mr.
on Tuesday.Mrs.
Florida.
Coat of ager of the East Coast Canal Company, .barrel of fresh fish from TItusville MrJ.. A. Happorsette 111M resignedhis 1f
B. W. Jerome of has been in Tallahassee on business this E. P. Branch ol Melbourne returned -
Rockledge, yesterday. Not M bad showing for one position us manager: of the Indian 'M
if you receive a sample copy of has been spending several days this week. home yesterday after a visit to onr,considering this Is the dull season. River hotel TItusville, to. accept a ''Iii
DVOCATE, It l Is an Intimation that week with her friend, Mrs. T. T. Wet- -Mr. F.8. Morse, Miami's well known Rollln C611ege, Winter Park. Large) shipments of pineapples are position aa bookkeeper at a northera'"

uld give us pleasure to add your more. and popular real estate dealer, l Is said to BLef- Tobacco seed and pamphlet on constantly panning through Tltusvlllon hotel. He expects to leave for New

to our fast-Increasing list of sub-i -The Indian River Band gave Its have made quite a number. of land sale tobacco growing; to be given away to any their way to numerous northern. mcir*. York about the first! week Ito June. Mr.Uappersett "
It does not cost you when regular open-air concert last Saturday of ADVocATE reader who will\ call at our chants and consumers. On Tuesday .** many friends regret t* t
per week (postage Included) which late.We office, or send stamps. to'pay night 9,5(10 orates of pineapples passed have him leave TltusvllU. where he has ,
night much postage.
was enjoyed as as
by the year, and It can be sent too acknowledge receipt of a copy through here.Senator. resided for nearly four years His place
any part of the United States or usual. of a bill to amend an act, entitled "An -Up to the time of going to press no- an manager of the Indian River hotel leAW ,...
I without extra expense. '-County: Commissioner John N. Act to Regulate Commerce," from Sena- body seem to know of the whereabouts occupied by Mr. Charles Case. The

l.SO per annum, In advance. Waller, after spending some time In tor S. Pasco. of our mayor, R. Freeman Hall, who disappeared Mallory" Sworn In. ottlco of tax collector--wUloh Mr. Hap->

l.OO six months '' town as deputy-sheriff, returned hometo -Mr. and :Mrs. Julius Kline have rented about three weeks ago. porsette now holds-will be turned: over 1\\

,00 per an. to foreIgn countries.ever Ankona last Saturday.Mrs. one of the Decker cottages: just south i Capt. John Simonaon- after a lengthened The new senator from Florida,Stephen to Capt. ". F. Fischer. '

-, W. B. Waddell and her sister, of the Indian River hotel, where they cruise to the Florida Keys and Gulf R.' Mallory, was sworn In at Washingtonon
inside Miss Marie White, after spending abouta now reside. coast In his fine schooner E. C. L., returned Tuesday. A handsome collection of Rico Planting on the Cast CoiMt. ,
read
fall to our pages.:
will always find something to in- week with friends In Jacksonville, returned -Senator Dimick and Representatives to TItusville the first of the week. roses wa heaped on the desk on the 1-

here, on Saturday last. Flardee and Potter seem to be working -At 'present the ADVOCATE Is the emooratlo side assigned to the man Several Malabar farmers are planting.

10u. -The first supply of this sea on's hard In the Interests of their constituents largest all-home-prlnt weekly newspaper who that day became. member of the highland riceon the rich prairie muck .1"s

watermelons was seen In t)wn this week at Tallahassee. printed at any town along the East Coastof body from which hla father resigned land west of the 1" E. C. Hallway. It Is ,\
parlor cars on the F: ,E. C.' R'y.been and In "de cullud folk" County D. Florida between Jacksonville and thirty-six year ago, because his convictions being planted as an experiment In that
consequence Attorney L. Gaulden "
taken off for,the summer. Key West. forced hint to take sides with. the section and the have "), .'
are happy. Strawberries are very plen- after upending; a couple of weeks at Tallahassee outh. planters great I .
fm. James Pritchard was in Cocoa tiful just now.Hodges In the Interests of his telephone, *Divine service will be held by Archdeacon I hopes of Its success. '
alsobeen
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Mr. Gus of Bovine has ,
of Wednesday and Thursday. Snel, ,
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A Godfrey the lumber firm returned home on Tuesday. B. F. Brown on Sunday next, the ,
i experimenting with Japan rice. We are : "
r. Benj. Hogg, of Fort Pierce, of Satsuma Heights, have sold to Capt.W. -The Octagon Reading Club met at 80th Instant, as follow i Eden at 10tO:: Decoration Day.' Informed that he got twenty bushels of "I'I

up to town yesterday. R. Thompson, the tug Ruth E., and MI'II.'*Wm. M. Brown's residence on a. m. and 7:30( o'clock p. m; Jensen at rice from a quarter of an acre of land. '

e certainly have been having some all of the lighters and barges owned by Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Chas. K. 3:30: o'clock p. m. Services will be held on Saturday the 'I Why do not more of our farmers try to .

Ihtful weather this month. the firm. Capt. Charles McCarter com- Kenyon will entertain the members next -Mr. R. R. Rlcou and little son, of 20th, at the armory at Dnytona.. The grow, rice P'I >
mands the Ruth E. Wednesday; June 2nd. Eden, were in town yesterday, having committee on flowers will meet at 0:00

fr. Chas. H. Nauman, of, the Haul- -Mrs. A. D. Compton and daughter, "Rev. 'E. V. Blackman was In St. returned from a trip to Tampa, where a. m., to arrange flowers, etc. Two hears In Tltusvlllo. i
was In town yesterday. Miss Flora of Sunbeam, left here last He'InFormed Mrs. Rioou Is visiting relatives. She Public aervloo by 'the Post at 10:00: '
Tuesday
Augustine on morning. 't
ounty Commissioner Jos. Mendel Friday-for their old home )in Normal us be Is now connected with the will remain at Tampa some time longer. a. m., followed by short! addresses by Chas. Grlffli. who live on the eastside

a day or so at Cocoa this week. 111., where they expect to remain Indef- East Coast Homeseeker. Mr. BlackmanIs --Jadgd M. S. Jones spent "from Saturday Rev, W. F. Stewart! ; Rev. R. O. 1'ayne; of Indian liver' nearly opposite Ti t,
U. Burn of Andersonvllle C. Bacon
bore will be bicycle race .in town Inutely. They stopped over in St. Augustine a ready and facile writer, and Is a until Monday at St. tuole, among and Dr. F., H. Houghton., ; tusvillo, brought: two boar cubs Into the I a ,t
a few days en route. close observer ot things In general. his many friends In that section. He ADVOOATH office, Wednesday afternoon, fc
rrow (Saturday) afternoon for the down Music by tho choir, under the direction telling us ho had captured them near his ,
went to few matters In
Is. -Capt. J. Allan Lovelace, soliciting -Ex-Senator G. S. Hardee and his adjust a of J. M. Jolley place about a month ago. They are" very .
freight agent of the Florida East Coast charming daughters of Rookledge connection with a freight depot that Is A procession, escorted by the Halifax\
r. W. H. B. Oleason, of Eau Gal- / / were to be established a little distance northof playful little follows, and Mr. Urttns says
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mod through here, yesterday, on railway, who was purser of the steamship among the pleasant visitors In TItusville, St. Luole. tlfleit, will procoocl to the cemetery to lie will sell them for ,:.11AI the cubs
hy to Palatka. Monticello, plying between Miami Friday last. They arrived here In a decorate the graves.Tlie are only six weeks' old, they could easily abe 1
and Nassau last winter, baa been appointed launch In the morning, returning home -Capt. A. J. Canova, of Rookledgo I trained to perform and do various ,.
Er. L. B. Dawson, the vegetableof commander of the' steamer In the evening. was In town last Friday, and gave us a tricks. f
[ Narrows, paid our burg a visit. Courtenay, now running on Indian River. pleasant call He came up with.a partyof Indian River Stcamom.
Mr. D. Wlngood of
formerly
keeper
,
Brat of the
from and Cocoa
people Rockledge In
weeks Senator E. N. Dimick representative the Bethel Creek-Ilouse of Refuge passed The Unlinmn Hotel., '
Mr. John Henry, of Melbourne Potter, Mr. and Mrs. :J. O. Walton, through.here, Tuesday, on his way to a launch to see the Hatch-Brown bicycle The hull of the steamer St. Augustine -
ft b), was In'' town several days this Chas. H. Walton and Claude Walton City Point,'on a visit to relatives. Mr. match. Capt. Canova hat now gone to hal been sheathed with heavy two-Inch The Florida Times-Union Is the au-

He returned home yesterday, I were right: royally entertained Capt. Wlogood has been trying to make a fortune New York for the summer. leart-plne plnnkiog. The work, which thority for the following paragraph,

Meeting of 'Masons this evening In Arthur T. Feaster, in the strawberry business, but did "';'Mr. John W. Morley, 'of Kalkaska.Mich. ball boon In progress more than a monthat which may or may not be correct! t I.r,
Ir lodge-room at the Indian Rivet and members of the Indian River Guardsat not succeed. He will now' travel for the ., arrived In town last week, andexpects Jacksonville, was finished on MondaYJ'' ('The legislature of the Bahama Islands 1
II. A full attendance is requested. their encampment /grounds Tallahassee publishing house of Johnson & Co. to settle here. Mr. G. D. Mulll- and Tuesday the sheathing having granted to II. M. Flngler a, site

on Sunday t.Mr. -Mrs. R. H. McMillan and her three haD, of Cralghton, Neb., will also probably and painted, the hull now presenting a for a' hotel at Nassau and a subsidy for

lltr. A. Starblrd, who runs. novelty and Mrs. F. M..Fierce, who owna bright little children arrived In town settle In this section. Both the floe and substantial appe ranoe. Capt.A. a steamer line, nothing I la now left but 1
lk e at Miami returned to that above have been five W. Rule the work on the St.
place at Lotus gentlemen on a say to begin; work and push It to completion.
of passed
nice property from Jacksonville on Tuesday on a visit
piece ,
Sebastian will be finished within week
fuesday night, after spending some last their lay* cruise down Indian River, examining a Well-informed person say that there Is
here, Friday on way of several weeks to Mrs. MCMillan'sfather
through
Forest land and out for lo or so. The latter boat, which Is now on ,
City.Advertillng HI. the looking a good not the least doubt about the financial y
to; Florence, to spend summer. and- mother, Captain and Mrs.
the marine at South Jacksonville
[ Is to business what Mr. and Mrs. Pierce have not been north T W. Lund. Mrs. McMillan has not cation. la also ways her hull, sheathed with, success of the hotel, as It Is likely to be 1''
having'
crowded ,with tourists from Decemberto
Ira Is to machinery-the grand pro- for some years, and we have no doubt beeu In Tltnsvllle for about two years, ,
ilanklng.
fug power. Prominent merchantswell they will enjoy the trip. They subscribed and her many friends are pleased to see NEW ORGANDIES, LAWNS THIS April. The legislators spoke highly ')g I
aware of this fact. for the ADVOCATE before leaving the her on Indian River again. week, bargains; patent screen cloth. of the advantage that would accrue to '
the Islands from Mr. Flaglor's enter \
|Mr Geo. M. Robbins was In Orlando East Coast.It -Mrs. Delsner I* having a one-story GARDNER A WALKKK. :I Why Representative Hardee Op prise." ''j j jFor

luple of days the first of the week, was rather amusing for us to over- building erected on her lot just south of pOlled 'the Fishing Dill.Ily \ .'
oiling to law matters in connection hear a lady heartily congratulate/ Senator the J., T. & K. W. Ry. depot. It Is of Hunting and' Fishing in Canada. ,
i the Hunt vs. Oleason case. Broome and call him "Senator Chipley," lumber but will have corrugated ironsides .. -- -- Consul-General. "
hotel Tallahassee, on and roof and will be used Mrs. consent of the House Mr. Iiardee, -
Mra. at the Leon by A letter received yesterday at the ADVOCATE I
W. H. H. Oleason and Messrs. have the I John II. Welsh's
of Ilrevard, was permitted to Referring to Capt.
I- 0. Sunday morning last--especlaJly) as Sen- Del ner as a shop for the sale of bread, office, from Mr, R. U. McCormick -
and W. H. Oleavon of Eau following spread upon the Journal, a* an candidacy for consul-general at Havana,
of Col. Chipley'sstrongest addition
ator Broome was one etc., In to her other one. This of Cocoanut Grove, who 'with his
PIS, were In town Saturday last, at- explanation to his vote on Senate Bill I the Washington Post says I
the recent
In senatorial
opponents will be quite a convenience to those of wife and danghter-ln-law I I.
son spendIng -
png to some business matters.Wesley race.' Ask Senator Broome aboutit. our people living In the north part of the summer In Canada, say: "Will. No. 87, which he opposed owing to the i. "It Is said that Capt. Welsh of Welsh-
clause prohibiting the taking of the fish ton Florida U likely to be appointed
M. has sold hisrest town. has been catches of
Foatherly. making some big '
loonsul-general .
!
In from June 15 to August 15 > to Cuba, when the president
Graham the Miami Metropolis to Rob- Sebastian, Malabar and Roseland Mr.-Jonathan Yerkes, president of ,a/mo fontiinilan In Lac Edward. We "There are about 250 fishermen on Is ready to relieve General Lee. It
A Co., but will act as intended for Issue of Hardware of Jacksonville strike out for the woods to-morrow In Most faml- understood selection of a
rtntendent correspondence our the Florida, Co., Indian River of these have Is that the Capt.
>t of that of the mechanical depart- the 21st inst., did not reach this office died on Tuesday at his home at our canoes for a hunting and fishing Ilea, and to throw them out of employ. Welsh Is being urged personally>> by Senator "
three to five weeks
paper.Mr. until last Friday afternoon, several hours Green Cove Springs. Deceased was one trip; of from In camp ment at a time when there I I. no chance Quay, and by most of the Pennsylvanlan I-
Eben True, of Portland, Me., after the ADVOCATE had been printed of the oldest and beet known businessmen and on lake Morse, De Papo and Batls- to get employment In my county (a* It delegation. lie occupies the
bas been spending the winter on his and mailed. Through some carelessness of that city and for years ha been can, where we expect bib. and to kill a few bear" I. a fruit-growing county but llttle )
:e at Wabasso, returned home last on the part of the mall clerks It was Identified with the hardware business.He and haul In some ilb. trout. Is doing at that season) would cause of being the Southern candidate to

urday. He expects to return to In- carried to St. Augustine on Wednesdayof was the father of Mr.. J. B. Yerkes, some 5(10 or 000 women nod children to succeed an ex-Confederate General lathe
n River next winter.Mr. last week along with other mail matter of Jacksonville, who I I. the manager of A: Few Word from Atlanta. suffer for the necessities of life. Ye, Federal service, being Indorsed by

W. from,the south. the Florida Hardware Co. Deceased was gentlemen( It would bring great distress men of all parties In Florida, and elsewhere e
L. Keefer, of Wabasso-near well known along the East Coast. on these people. I am willing to protectthe in the Mouth He Ibeing strongly '
Wley-was In town a day or *o the -The roof of a small outhouse, near I ATLANTA, GA., May 20, '07. fish In the spawning season (from urged by Plant and Flagler, and by the 1
of last hotel at this place, C. C.
week, and ua a pleasant the Grand View Attorney Chllltngworth spent
gave Editor Advocate ; the 15th day of November to Slat day of representative of about all of the large
.IRe has been teaching school atidley caught fire Friday morning last from the from Saturday until Monday In town December but I no good business Interests of Florida without ,
see reason
during/ the past winter. sparks emitted by the J., T. A K W. Ry. I. with his late partner, Mr. Geo. M. Robbins I notfce{ In your last Issue, you men- why they should), be protected a season reference to party." ;
engine shunting close by, but the flames leaving the latter day for Orlando tion that Mr. R. J'. Hall, TItusville' when not I Insist
"The I they are spawning. on
Cabbage Palmetto Tree In few minute and Mr. Bobbin route home to
were extinguished a with en mayor, stated he wo'coming to Atlanta.
amendment because I don't wish to
I and Wind-breaks, "The before any material ,damage was 'done. I Atlanta, where he I I. building up a nice I have been here for the past month, : ,
the children of those I love
idley i Canal, "Pineapple Fibre, It Is said fire has occurred in that vicinity -; connection In the law business. Mr. and had Mr. Hall put I in au appearance see bread." crying Good Hotel For Bale.e :
I for
clQus Theosophist, and from the same ,cause .several times Cbllllngworth ha* been pending a weekor hero l would: in all probability, have ,j
matter on, our inside recently. I so among his friend at West Palm seen him. I am certain he ha not been For the Holly Inn, Dayton, fully
southbound Beach and Miami. He gave the ADVOCATE In Atlanta within the time above men High. Hammock Land Wanted.All furnished I and equipped throughout
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representative B. A. Hardee 'enter- -Among the Tuesday passengers was Miss : sanctum a pleasant call while In tioned. Atlanta I la beautiful In her This hotel U one of the best paying

1rhis nephew and niece-Mr. and from Harrlette Jacksonville Amsden,, the charming, daughter town. "clothe of green;" her park and boulevards parties having fair 'sized tract of establishment on the East Coast, and '

Tallahassee the first of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Amsden, of are at present resplendent with high hammock land on the East I II now open. For particular apply toMB e
*? *. Representative Hardee final of who wa on her way borne. She NEW SHIRT WAISTS, DETACHABLEwhite the colon of spring. The flower gardens good of Florida, suitable for the culture *. O. 8. PORTER: ,

us he had not seen them ,Jn have been, attending the Art Students' collars,'arrive this week.OAaDNES& in and around this beautiful and of cigar leaf tobacco, who are w lllng to Daytona, Fin .
J years. New York, for nearly two years, : WALKER: thrifty city are magnificent at this season co-operate In the development of such a .
League,
of the and can scarcely be will do well to with Mr.
and *o successful has she been that the year crop, correspond A Fine Hotel for Bale.
of the above. League elected urpaaced by any city In the south. J. E. lograham. Land Commissioner of
Horse for Sale. her directors member. Of course Miss Amaden WATCH REPAIRING done by Anthony Peaches, plum and watermelon are the Florid East Coat Railway Compy., Owner wishing ;retire, will sell th*
a proud of .the honor conferred Bros., West Palm Beach, Fla. the latest acquisition on the fruit St. Augustine, Fl*. oldest and best known transient and a
r?: V Call W. harness,. saddle) and, I* quite her especially a. she I* the only stand of the vendor In this market, East Coat papers please mention the family hotel In Ashevllle, N. C. Small 3
upon
the luscious Indian
or write
not overlooking above. 1
along the East Coast.Deer cash payment. Central looatloD'a 4 {
member "Wanted-Improved Florida
J. D. CHABB, Hirer pine that adorn every corner valuable frontage. Apply to'

i Cocoa, Fla. Property. stand. : LOCK Box M5, ,
Wanted.The The annual firemen parade take Orange Grove and Residencefor I Asbevllle N.C. i
place. to-day, when police, fire; and sanitary a.
To Persona Going North. will : each Suitable for growing fruit, vegetable department will parade throughthe Bale. I
undersigned to pay$ of and tobacco. Will pay cash; must be a principal street, and be reviewed by -, > Mosquito Paralyzer.II .
Does
),
;wtictet ao Line: first-class, round- for Young delivered Deer ( to bargain. Advise with full particular, the mayor. Thousand will wltaes this A fine grove and garden property of -
nnswick to New York twelve, WM FBAXCU, will be 12 the Indian River !
,tle H. J. Tlrna, spectacle. and Atlanta In holiday acre, fronting on doe the work.
Coartenay, Fla. 2 Dorchester Ave., attire. 8. It a.&r. and extending back to' the county road
cent
fc. E. M., Cleveland, O. at Sharped-about 14 mile south of

Car ADVOCATE, TUovlUe-known ,a* -the Brock place; :
t TltnsvHle, Ha.Po For Sale. Two Bear Cubs for Sale.I 600 bearing tree; good house, four .
Town Tax Boob Notice. room and Utohen; servant' house and SFreehand: Salt Blake.'A

d..n-n.: cable steam e have two bear cub for isle. ; very house. Price H, OO.OO.
.e Wanted. One light W, 20 horse power Marine The tax hook of the Town, of Tltns. gentle) and only six week old. WW Apply to Brock Bevel, of
eve roar : launch; 4-n.-3. vllle will positively close on IBM !as. ell for lift cash. Rosstxs .. GMAHAM a flab market at the '

hlle bone and send them to the boner 4-fS.Address s P. O. Box 247, 3. A. HAPrx Cam, .Address, CHABUU Gums, A." *. for owner! Daytona, and will

e, F1s. FwtllUer will pay Co.cash, South for them.Jack- lacUonTille, F1* Collector. 'TItusviUe,Fla. ,Tltu81'UJeIa. Dayton, Ormond and.


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/'I' tor Ileadry .Representatives F. A. Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Las>4 Tbe'C_" 'Michigan Lumber and Manufacturing (
Great Lawyer'. Wit-AM so your
Was Very :Nervous Hendry and Bates; Company; for $1 per acre, and tbe money convicted. How did yon
client baa txwu
.: MANUFACTURERS: : OF
Co -
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committee received expended on
/1. "Your Joint appointed happen to lone th*. aser
'.. '. ", investigate and I'fpe.rt upon the work of "One hundred and two thousand acres Great Lawyer ,gsor'rowMlly-The Lumber 'Mill Stuff

Nad Smothering Spells, and Could' the Florida Coast Line Canal A Trans granted to the Florida East Coast Railway witnesses against him were ,all preach- Cypress or_Pine Sidings, Floo

Not Sleep-Doctors Called lit., portation company begs leave to report Company as.a subsidy. en and bishops. .and I couldn't break ,
{ thousand being force of their testimony. When I'd Packing Boxes and Orates. Turning
V6 Neuralgia and Indigestion. as follow t'We "Ninety-four acres now the Ceilings and Mouldings, and Scroll

j. .. "1 had paine In my .bead, neck 'and find that JM>work has been done conveyed to said railway companyas the auk one penitentiary of them If at be such hadn't and been inch In a Good work and material at low prices. Take:! Main street car line to ,

shoulders and all through my body'but north of Lake Worth since ,Jhe last report an additional ldy. time for horse stealing or something, it j

J'1 they; were most severe In my left ..Ide.I. of a Joint pommittee of the House 'Eighty-two thousand acres sold by iidn't' have the usual effect on the ;jury office.

I.; .' .. The doctor celled it neuralgia and In and Senate, appointed to examine: the canal company, sad all the money re- -they only grinned. New York Telephone (old line) 488. J Jacksonville
; digestion. I was confined to my bed for work of said canal and transportation ceived expended on. the works. Weekly. FI

eight month I was very nervous: had company, In 1805. i-Ia 1801) the work of ;Ninetyseventhousand Acres still ,
and could not ''J II. Did Not Look .It .
,
sleep.
smothering spells owned the which require .
deepening the Indian River was completed by company
read of cures by Hood' Snrsaparllla and according to the State's specifications extensive drainage before. being market.
.: of a case similar to mine. My husband
: procured a bottle and I, began taking St.. and the canals were Inspected able. HARRY MASON &

,After raking/ ono bottle I,felt,bettor, was and accepted by the engineer of the TABLfc Or of NAL DISTANCES..
,. able to rest and my appetite improved. I board of trustees of the Internal Improvement Vile

I I continued until 'my nervousness was fund. In 1803 about forty miles of ,Uead of Halifax River to Tltus Jobbers in Fine

cured and I wa.'much I better In'every canals were out between Lake Worth vllle .' . . '", .'. .-. . 0Titusvllle I 4H. MASON CO. Imported

r way. My husband has>slHO been ben- and Blocayne pay.' .:At Sewell's Pointwe to Jupiter . . . .132: I W Bay Street,

t.,: ',, SUed by Hood's Sarsnpartlla.1', MARY 8.BTOITE ,found one-fourth mile of shallow Jupiter Jubo. ... ." i;."" ,H JACKSONVILLE. : Liquors and Cigars

t "; Spalnvlllo .Virginia. water, average of four feet, said to be Juno Miami. . .. ... .,.a\ .,". .-. .7? ,
" "
caused by washing the sand throughthe Miami to south end of bay, natural

, Hood S spa WaIs Inlet from the ocean. At Juno your 'cha'nnel.. . ... . .30 Grade Whiskies, Etrmm <

committee found about a mile of work
,
the Beet-In fact Ilia Qua Trua Blood Purifier. unfinished which the canal. Into Total . '.' . . .316PINEAlI
Hold by all druggist $1. six: : for$6. opens : -----
r Lake Worth, or will do so when com Whiskies-Imported and Domestic Southern Belle, RockandRye...., ....,;, ,.... H.w
act 'harmoniously with Brnndlen Dmnentlc, apple, peach blackberry and peach and honey. .. .. ,,.rmmelal, : :
',' HOOdS PillS Bood'a.IW..pa.rlll3. pleted. The company had a dredge at LE FI JRE. i Hina-Holland,Old Tout, eto.... ................... .'...... ..... ..... ........ .fmlOtl.II
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.1 ,7 _._., _.. work, and also bad about' seventy-five \\ I Rum Wines-Fort'Sherry CatawbaV'MuBcatei, Claret"etc., .,front, .". .'."..'.* .. ..::..frolU.I.'il1......')
b' ---- men removing the top of the earth In EDEN, FLA.l\1ayI8, 07. \ Claret -IinestBrauda..w............. *.. ",.t............., ,..rnimf 1.0111 jsi(
->r'a Free and, 91"Alas Bottled Beer .... .. .. ....,.... ..... ........:.... ....'...... .. ".from il.ao i
'.:\, ''I : front of the dredge. When this II" completed Editor Advocate : nrAU other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices r

1": the company will have about !)00) It may not be out of order to tell your Jugs and demijohns will be packed in boxes, when so requested, wlthon
: Accepted ll Masons miles of waterway open to navigation, many 'readers a' few Interesting facts tra cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company
leaving only one section to be completed, about pineapple fibre. not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble.
At a recent British exhibition, the I shall never learn to plAt I II Send for Price List, or cell upon MASON A CO.,
,\ viz., between Ormond and St. Augus pineapple fibre of Singapore (India) borea The professor .says I haven't any ear." 301, 807, 800, 311, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, Fu.
: :Indian TltusvllleFla. tine. The work which four committee strain of 350 .pounds against :20( -La,Caricature.It I
'" Klvor Inspected south of/Lake/ Worth Is very pounds for New Zealand flax. The last

Lodge, No. 00 thorough. Miles of solid rock and earth named has been demonstrated byexl'erl- Did Not Matter.

have been removed In opening up the ment to be superior to the best. English .The man in the case was old and profoundly Best line in the State
i. Holds its mmtjnm the aeoond and fourth Frl- hemp. beautifuland BICYCLES I
: -lay tt eaoli. mainly at the Court house,Cltua. canal. At least thirty miles of these In the Journal of the Agricultural in love with a young ...
'. +r/tleatcarp.m/ canals were out through solid rook and Society of India (vol. III, page 182)), fashionablewoman.. .
fl I A. T. Feaster Worshipful Master.. muck :beds.- there Is a record of a rope of pineapple Whether' she loved him in return Is
:" Oeo.. W. Kooble, Senior Warden. fibre, 84 Inches In circumference, standIng not said. It's' enough to lay that she
II/:/" It. I<'. Hall Junior Warden. "Your committee found some portionsof a strain of '5,700 pounds before permitted his attentions-nay, more LUTIIY, $150.00.
':" B. U. Wilson, TroPKurer.J. the country these canals pass through breaking.In she encouraged them.In .
l',
?, J. llendel, Secretary was once a dreary; waste, but by reason the Philllppine Islands, a beautiful fact they were to be married.. FOWLER, $100, $7 .OO.
h\s M. H. dams, Senior' Uencon.J. of the drainage large bodies of land fabric, known ,09 pins cloth, Is made Is it ucccBsory: to state that he was
'I J. A. Happersetta, Junior Deacon.A. from the fibre.. CLEVELAND, $100, $85.00.
I ':i t A.Stewart, T.'IL Sanders,stewards. hitherto worthless, ,being nothing but I The leaves of the pineapple are of no rich? ,
;ii';? B. A. Geiger, Chuplaln. swamps and quagmires, covered with value to the plant after 'tlte fruit Is re- "My darling," he said! to her as he WESTFIELD, $75.00, $60.00.
", A. Froscher. Tyler. saw grass and wild mango groves 'have moved;and using them for fibre Is simply clasped! a magnificent bracelet of diamonds

t. been reclaimed, some of which are now utilizing a waste product to a valuable about her wrist, "I love you .
purpose. Machines are now constructed more than I can tell you." C
THE EAST COAST :CANAL. In. a high state of cultivation: specially for oleanttig the leaves of the He spoke the froth, too for it is easy B. F. MANIER, Jr.,

"'J' /. 'In 1803, after receiving the permission pineapple plant In large quantities, and for an old man to love a young' and,, *

'Extension 'of Time for Construc from the Legislature of Florida, they can be produced at nominal cost. beautiful woman who smiles! upon him."Olt"she ,Jacksonville, Fla
ql';: ,'. the'company resigned to the United These dacortloators are built on the same laughed: as she tapped him
.. tion. The Investigation States Government all of its rlguts on principle as automatic machines for playfully; on his bald head, "yon don'thave Ittr With Freyer *; Bradley Muslo Co.
cleaning the Agave; Sisalana and Sansa-
Report.a the Indian River between Tltusvllle and verla tot Mnnev talks yon know."
f ,_ plants the cleaning parts being
f p,:".. I In the Senate, last Friday, Senator Jupiter, and It' was urulerstodo .that made.smaller and finer adjusted, to act I-- d-'th--cld man thought it.waa so
,' ;Plmiok offered a substitute for the pending some money was appropriated and ex. on the much smaller leaves of the pine- I bright and funny that he stooped e'L; "
: : az
apple. It Is claimed for this decortlca- and kissed her.-Washingtbn Star. 0 :a: .S- : 'C" :::tMI: COIslca.Ti.or
.
: '. act to extend the time for the com, pended In Improving' that portion of the tor that It will clean 200,000 pineapple S '.- DEALERS IN-
pletlon of the canals and waterways of canal.' leaves a day, which would amount to
the Florida Coast Line Canal & Trans- "The East Coast Canal .Company about ten tons of leaves, with a yield of The Shepherd' Pipe. Fine Wines and

por.tallon Company from St. Augustine' claims to have nothing to do with this about 600 pounds of fibre. Miss Towney (in search of the idyllic,
;
; 417 oil 410 W. Bay St.,
The fibre from the leaves of the pine- at last meets a' real, live shepherd \ M g :I
to Blitoayne. Buy and to continue all of section of the waterway. We found +:
apple plant Is destined to become one of '. F
JACKSONVILLE
tell where is
Pray me, gentle shepherd,
Jf' its grants, light, and privileges. The another shallow place at the head of the greatest*and most profitable products ? -
v., same was adopted and the bill was orA Haulover Cut, 'the water being about In the state. It Is claimed for thy pipe 3c4 7 RICH WINES create good, netd'a
The Gentle Shepherd-I left it at thy blood. Don't make the mliu
fibre that constant Immersionin
follows four feet deep for a of a mile or pineapple
\ dered engrossed as : quaiter buying tour poor wine liecam
come, mum, 'cause I ain't no 'baccy.
water does not in the least Injure it go .
It la It ha
cheap. not. a racy
ot'/
suction Also another shallow
\ :; ,. Section 1. That 4 of the said more. point, and the natives of the East Indies Increase Chips. -y )' a- greeable effect upon the lIy tem, i
1., + act, approved May 27, 1803, be, and the where the sand had washed Into the this property by tanning It. In 1 s- good wine is really not expemln,

9;:. same; la hereby. amended so as to read as channel. tests of strength, pineapple fibre exhibits !Ir xy: i, "give atlefled you feeling that pulled-togeHer
.x.. follows I "We further state that we find, upon superior tenacity. Yours etc., pa "s VW We make a Specialty of Noah
I A tiKOWKR. What do you need in the way of ''Ss! t 1 lina Mountain Dew Corn Whiskey,
'r F '''Seo. 4. That It shall be'the duty of I examination! that lands, amounting to70OO envelopes note and letter heads bill y 'a y years old living: gallon wl!
fM rattle in Dry Towni
aj( the trustees of the,, Internal Improve- acres, have been conveyed to It Is. a fortunate day for a nan when heads, statements tags, cards, etc P f i! well to order from us, fie w. cu
the canal We shall be glad to have a share of r1\,. ," r r r.Le. ,them 00 cent on all orders.tV .
: inset Fund of the State of Florida, and company. he first discovers the value of Aver's your r x a '' K per
they are hereby required\ to convey to "Tour committee can report that the Sarsaparllla as a blood-purifier. With ,1 work. i ) / "te--+ sc \Ve will Always not open lend new money accounts with i

the said Florida Coast, Line Canal A work so far Is well done, and we be- this medicine, he knows he has found a lultable Jacksonville reference 111 I
remedy upon which he may rely, and No Good sent C.O. D. to Dry To
Transportation Company, from time .to lieve that the contract has been oom- that his life-long malady Is at last conquered ALEX HE AH.. ERNEST TAYLOR. ,, ttt\ t e Brewers for BottlersIndisnapelu
time as Us work progresses, 3,840 acres plied with, but we call the attention of line cured others, will cure and
you. Hercules Malt Tonic,*3.25 per case; Clayton & Rtuuell Wild..Cherry Brandy,$4.50 per can
per mile of the lands now held In reserve the canal company to these shallow NEAR & TAYLOR,

for the said company for each section of points above referred to, that have The cries seabirds sea
; (Successors to John McAllister.)
six miles of the canals and waterways been filled In by the sand washlag In gulls, are very valuable as fog signals.

,' between St. Augustine and 'Blscayne from the ocean.. These points will haveto The birds cluster on the cliffs and coast, Artesian Well Contractors A Fertilizer for Fruit < '

JVf Buy, which slmll he fo..nd'upon Inspection be gone over again to open up .the and their cries warn boatmen that they : c.-

( : by the engineer of the said board to waterway as It should be. are near the land.' EAU GALL1E;, FLA.

C.;,.+d. bo In conformity with the specifications "Your committee beg leave to submit Fertil
f' =================== "The Ideal Pineapple e ePr1aa
.: prescribed In section 3 of this act, said a statement of the work and disposition

lands to be the even and odd numbeied of the company's. lands furnished GEORO MARX. JOHN MARX. : $20.00 :Per'I'c'Th.

sections which lie nearest to th'e Hue of by said company:
M.1iR: BROS. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS :...... :.
"One hundred thousand sold
the of its canals and acres to ,
route waterways."Provided .Moisture.. .. .'. . .. . .,. .. ." . ,8 to 10 Per Cent.

that no deed shall be madeto ---- -_. Wholesale Dealers In- Ammonia. . j. .... . .. . . ;4% to.6" "

the said company for any sections of G-xocerios: : .Faru.lt: ena-d.: :ILPxod.-u.ee.:: : Phosphoric Acid . .. . . ... .. .5 to 6" "

said canals and waterways for a distance 131 will 13 KM Buy street and S3 .nd.II Jf.wn.o Street, Potash (Actual). .. . . .. . a.,6 to, 8' ,
of 102 miles from mile 24 to mile 120 ;r ao1E.&OD."V' 1o, i :I1"1orLCLa.: Made exclusively from Bright Cotton Seed Meal, Nitrate of Soda Blood l B
,, / from St. Augustine, until the said canal Dissolved Phosphate Fine Ground Tobacco Stems and Sulphate of PloW
and waterway shall be constructed By Write for directions for using and further particulars; I
1. ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE -CITY
through the whole of the divide copy of "Economical Fertilizing for Fruit." We carry a large stock of aliiF"
Matanzaa river on the lIepantl.Ipg zer Material, Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dust, Potash, ete. Write for !
TO GROWERS:-Let us know what you have In the way of Fruit and Vegetables lore buying. We seek the growers trade direct.
river the south ID accordance
.Halifax
on I The
Savage I Returns prompt and sure. We supply the best Seed Potatoes and Cow WILSON & TOOMER Fertilizer Co.
0 with the specifications prescribed. In Evil peoplehave Peas. Write us for our wholesale price list of groceries. ,

;J';;1. section 3 o( this act; superstition thatan aEys. MARX BROTHERS JACKSONVILLE, FLA. The Fertilizer House of Florida

yr!'. "And provided further that no con- evil eye may b* Jacksonville Fla.

Jf't veyanae of any of the.lands ao reserved cast briny upon alt a aorta personto 01 SI

;. shall be made by the said trustees to the trouble and mis.fortune. ::::

saM company for that portion of the seems like. a pretty That Magnolia Grocery....
'
\: said odnal and waterway between Jupiter foolish notion ; THE
1 but It isn't much H. A. HENRY PAINT ST ORE
:(, and Lake Worth unless, the same Proprietor.
worse than some .
Wholekala and Retail Dealer InSTiPiE
shall be completed! In accordance with of the notions s

said specifications, by the lat day off which civilized

1 January, 1808; One people worn indulge out au-in. -\b\h\ AND FANCY GROCERIES.*** ROOFING AND SBEATHING PAPERS

'U.' "And provided further, that no con. "" peratltion is the belief ,
that If a man Inherit* weak lungs from Write call for List
or our Cash Price which will please
s', veyanoe of any lands'so reserved shall be his parents he is pretty sure to die of con. you.
|r,, made by the said trustees to the said sumption. The actual fact is that if such 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 7 all PapersOuttk4ide
,
a man will only I take of himself
proper care Telephone No. 255.
: company for any portion of the said he will really be safer from 'consumptionthan .

*'n canals and waterways between St. Augusjv 1 a careless person who has no inherited _. ____._ u____ ________ ,

., tine and* Biscayne Bay which shall remain weakness.Carelessness Carelessness will develop is -ftafeVi a tendency eye.to Cola >Vater; Paiflt

L Uncompleted.In accordance with consumption In any body. 177. B.: DAWSON e .

'.,, said specifications, at the end .of two acnuitivc The, lungs tisane are even composed la the of healthiest very delicate person ,. I. E. BAIRt & CO.,

year. from the Jet day of April,, 1807;' ;that I II why they yield. ao quickly to the 1Vholeale.and Retail .
s '"And further provided,' that the said attack of tainted blood. If the blood is al. 52: West Bay A: Laura Sts., _, .JACKSOsYILLE:
lowed to get impure and Impoverished and
'i Florida Coast Line Canal A Transpor- bile-poisoned, the seeds of consumptionwill I ,I
,t. *, tation Company shall accept the provisions spring np in the beat kind _of a cooatiftntJnn I WINE & Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes. and Room Mouldings.
LIQUOR MERCHANT. .
iMm
reel* UMA.MVV*>JXM ui b IM
:t of this act within AO dare after It > n

USi t shall be approved by tb.Go;;; on'-Dd: ; I the Hundred blood. of ::: ;:-calted:"heredi 51W AND PLANING MILLS, JACH5ONYILLE TAR"Palatka

\ file M notice of such acceptance with the tary" consumption have been completelyand rla. St.. P.ot of Cate
permanently rooted out of the system E. Bay
said trustees, which acceptance shall bet by Dr. Pierce'a Golden.Uedical Discovery, 1 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.
held to constitute a contract between the simply because it five the blood making WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY

.r. State of Florida and the Florida Coast glands of.power rich, red to pour healthy' a fresh, blood abundant into supply thecirculation Fine Old Liquors, Imported and Domestic Wines, Havana; ,

Line Canal Transportation Company, This drives out all poisonous Manufacturer of -.
and unhealthy germ. It stops the waste of a Mexican and Florida
la
accordance with the Cigars.
provisions. of this tisane and the formation of morbid deposits; '
X
act. tmllds p Itoah.avarmaO. healthy.. tiasne.aajd Cypress Lumber Shingles d 'Jjtb

"Sec. 2. '.That this act shall take effect solid, ssnacvlsr trenjrth. ..FINE: F.A.NCry GROOERIES.: ,
!. all the weakened debilitated condition
/ upon Its approval by the Governor."' which WHISKEYS $2.00 ,Gallon A large stock of Dry Cypreq obi
l scsi the forersuiaers of eosvomption from Per upwards I handle no Compound Goods: lath flooring, ceiling aiding mou1dingl
i:. The following U the report of 'the Dr. Pierce'a Discovery is the moat and Dcet. always OD hand C
fect smtritiT and etftDa a-INDcler. I r" UT Price List upon application. Tour Jug;Trade Solicited. of all thus assuring 1 prompt ablpmeatamouldings

't l.peclal commit**Jr*ftt Jnvestlgatlo,., Sena, Msi!'Uttca... .by. to* wcact. atooucaa...w M If you wish ta open- an. account you must give fint-olaai city references. When at home patterna a lpeclalt,. *
write
a. for and1ce
''I' i prices; when up oar way, come
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: -_ _ INDIAN'RIVER ADVOCATE, ,MAY 28 1897., 3ofeSi0flal ."

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,v Card THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. : I theft stated a proposition. If A t.1 SOCIETIES: : B3SO.: Notice. ,

roteotkm* ou sugar and U gets prtteo-I g -
WALT.B S. OKABAM KEY WEST lon o.. pineapple A sells '
WILL his
Il& CELEBRATE. I. with sugar 1 t. INDIAN: : ,RIVER GlT.VRna.: In Circuit Court ot the Jtl JiulMil Circuit .
U&S & GRAHAM, Her Most Gracious a protection; and buys pineapplesat of Fh I'ldlIn amt Uievnrd otatoes
rail'
Drill at the
Majesty Q&een
U protection prices. U does the same Armory, urer bounty jail.every M MT
Victoria, If spared to see June 20th next, : thing with his pineapples. Each one riuMila evening In the umntti' nt 8 o.' County: > :
A.T. sueTKa, '
,
Captain
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, .tacknonvllln
St.
Auiriistlne Aluillaii
will have reigned for tills and buy at a higher rate and
sixty This
I lIoI1R$?From 10 to 12 a. m., unexampled reign In British years. will neither one gains or loses a cent, while now the River Plor|>Hallway la Rent ci::omimny t I Hull-,. mato6S,. Melons, Cabbage. ;

I cJ and 2 to 4 p. m. be celebrated in suitable history tbo cost of production remains the same CIUBPEWDKNT: ORDER OOOD TKMri.,VR3. way Company: : YS. } Turnips, Lettuce Peas, Beets J
Brevard Co. Florida. a manner by either with or without piotectlocr Now Tltuarllle" IXMR No. 17 meets every Tuemlny,
The Brevard County Stet Rank.a .
tjBVILL. her subjects throughout the worM. what about the laborer, bin labor is evenintc TSR: () In I".bytetan, olinruh. 1-ubhu corporation. Onions, and all Vegetables, remove i

1301i .lOB.IIlpl'llOtloe aad fed Sunday, June 20th will be worth no more with protection than meetings Unit Tuesday lu. each mhllth. TO the flnivard
state State
County
In Ml the courts- observed as O.,A. OARUNKR: Hunk a corpora large quantities Potash
O.
: without W. SCOUta. lion domiciled, flocoa, Uratanl J
i Queen's as A. and B only make an ionnty, ;
facilities for examining and perfect- Sunday, and on Tuesday, June exchange of products. The laborer not Sec't. C.T. Florida, and all other persons Inturwited In or. from the soil.. SupplyPotash
MI 2nd Her having claims upon the north-half of theBouthwem
Majesty will attend
.
- IaIIdCl el.CARV.'ELWES_ _ _ a Thanksgiving being a producer, has nothing to sell to quarter o' the northeast quarter of .
service at St. Paul's Cathedral, get; protection on, while he Is paying a CHUItCUELs section 11\1. township M, south ....nIttl3tlc, In
London. tariff on what he consumes with no offset Brevard county Plortila. 4 4in ,
We to meet It. 'The tariff business is YOU are hereby notiCed to be and appear In
r. appeal to aUloy,1! British subjects EPISCOPAL CHURCH. .Circuit Court of the State of Floridafor
NOTARY PUBLIC, duSting where other of Mrevard
every expense county at the-Clerk's office'ha
and to those In sympathy with British the world is 8rvlo the !2nd and 4th Sundays In eaebUttootb. Tltuavllle, the "
and that Is the upon
,AT LAROLiwrIt1flR leading, on
'STATE .at II a. m.and I:oo m. Sunday sonoolvery ) liberal quantities by the use :
p.
paid for ,rule to unite with us, on this .unlqup shoulders of the day laborer. The tariff Sunday at'::30 a. m. Kvenlnc prayer at FIRST MONDAY IN .JU1. A I> 1SOT, '.
iond
taxes occasion, and to their :I system is the proper mode of raising >p. Ia. en Wednesdays.. Litany service every to show what Interest. you have In the above; of fertilizers containing riot..
junta. rents and accounts collected,. express appro- for the the rrMay 10a.m. liesorlbed.land and to show why a part of It
d Correspondence solicited. | elation of the privileges which by the money support of government RBV B. 1'. Known, Rector. ",", cIIIa.lln. petition Kind by the complainant less than 10% actual Pot- 'Ii
eto as It Is the mode' '
Florida. only through In this cause In the CUI"" .office In Tltusvlll on
jltu vHle! 't Divine blessing, are ours under Her which the people can be reached; the KUCSnVTERIAN thesta nay of May, A O IH9T. should not betaken ash. Better.and more profit. <
CHURCH. for the complainant..
Majesty's Government. day laborer has the behind use or the a right-
same protection t
S. JONKS our and as ,other Services every Sabbath at U a.m.and T JO p.m. of-way In for behalf.Ite railroad; or e.se be forever barred' able yields arc sure to follow.All "
fDfOK % It I. proposed to celebrate June 22nd array navy any Sunday ..,hu,1 at45 a. m., Chas. Gardner, that I
ID the class of citizens and should be requiredto Stint Prayer meeting on Weitnemlay eveningatTaO Ordered at the Clerk's ofrtoe .bou Potuh-.results of IM uw by actual... .'
following manner In Key West fIn pay his pro rata for Its maintenance; The imlillo are cordially Invited to attend at Tlt"lII'lII.tll.'hb' Slit day ofI ...ri..t on lh. but (arms .la lh. Undid hi l..-4. I,
I ATTORNEYATLAiT.VILI'E .: the morning; a procession of all the but why he should Insist, on paying It our services. Seal ) May,A I> lt UT. told In a Unto book whlebj w* publish and will suullrmail
H. M. OOOOICLL Pastor.f I Circuit Court. ( Its...any flirmw AAOJUI who will write lark.
BREVARD CO., FLA friendly and other societies and Ordersof all, which ho surely does under, a protective A.A. STEWART GERMAN KALI WORKS, '"
the tariff system, Is a mystery yet tobe Bobbin A Orahant Clerk. ('lrout&Court 3Nea.eisSt.NewYoib.NATIONAL \.
and all the
city Sunday schools BAPTIST
solved.' There Is howl CHURCH. Ate',. for Complainant. By C.R.Stewart, \
County Jud e of Brevard County. together with all loyal British a perpetual maylt-Julya I>. C.Master's ,,!
subjects. with the laborer about, being; Imposed Presnhlngevery second anA fourth Sundays, :'
In the afternoon a grand; patriotic upon, but that Is a false alarm: they always morning; and evening. Prayer Meeting every ,

J D..L. DODSON, demonstration, with speeches and music, impose oa themselves, and have no School Wednesday every evening Sunday at at 9:T-OO 48.. m.o'clock.Also Sunday preach- Sale.

on Jackson Squat right to complain for being required to IDI( Cyst Sunday at LaQranpe) Second Siinilay, HomeSeekersREAL
i DENTIST. carry out a law they make themselves. Ok Hill. All are cordially Invited to attend., and by virtue of two dmwe of f ore-

Fireworks at night.To The, .laborer claims a protective tariff : B. A. GBIOKB Pastor. UNDER r*"...."*,..and. tiH..tt sale.A boned nn.._out._, ..of. ...the. ., Circuit_.. ...... ESTATE EXCHANGE.
this end is vtriirB lur iraTi rti vt'illlfrj V liinim nil llTtn
and maoios .
money required, we a producer to pay higher wages.I dorJacteryinnind.e.. therein ilependlntc -
Office over postoffice.vYILLE call upon all faithful'British subjects [ have shown that the theory Is false; METHODIST CHURCH. wherein L. C.Oliver and V. T\ Undue
and besides do are complalnnnu, and .j. O. Wlln. ---
,, a man being. able to a y
,. .' and friends of the British Constitution, Regular services every first third and fourth a..t"Hanlll.t. Wllney" ,hl. wife ilcfenilnnt; I
FLORIDA. thing: and doing It is two different Sundays
at 11 a. m. and 7-OO
p. m. Sunday will .ell! at publlo outcry, In i'nnt of the court Exchanging Property for Property isSpeolalty.
irrespective of creed, party or I color, to things. Suppose I owned .a diamond 1kIhoof every BuiuUy at 10.-00 a. m. Kpworth! houie door,at Tltuavllle, during the legal hour what
',GAULDEN contribute according to their ability, and mine, and could produce a thousand league each Sunday at 11.30: p. KH Prayer meetIng of male,on the Send Description of
L. !every Tuurailay night at T:00 m. The
we respectfully ask that, as* far as possible dollars worth per day with .one laborer; Ladl....' Aid Roolety meets every p.Wednesday Jl'IMr MONDAY IN JUNK A D ISO you have, and what you want.
I I should: not pay any more thnn the at 3:110 p. m.. Everybody welcome at our church being the Tth day of the month to the hlli| ...t
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, the day may be observed as a pub- matlret price fur labor to do It. Labor vloes. and l>"et bidder for o""b." the following il.leu.orIIe.t MALABAR, Indian River, FLORIDA. ;\'

111 practice In all the Courts of then State. lie holiday.V.. has Its market value when, and whenever A. W. J.: BEST, Pastor. the northeait real property quarter, to-wlt,.conth-half I Northwest of uorthenat q.aarturof C. C. CARROLL \,

rlcla,and the United State Court. J. H. TAYLOR, chairman. wanted, and that ends the question.A quarter of the northeast quarter;, anuthwvnt |
Real Estate i,
Agent.
quarter of the northeast quarter and the -
>,0 Box,235. TITUS VILLE, FLA. wage earner who looks to the questionof
JAB. A. ARCHED, secretary.: CATHOLIC CHURCH. halt of the southeast quarter of motion 19, 'it
Money to Loan. 18 dollars and cents from a business aouth of 3D ,
Services at 10 In township 83, range east containing -
a m. new
Subscriptions will be every Sunday ,
thankfully received standpoint, can't? possibly be anything Church building, North Tltuavllle. Children's 140 acre, more o( lee*. or so much thereof an 1
ALLEN by the undersigned and full but a free-trader; but If he Insists on catechism at 3 p. m. I may be sufficient to realise the amounts now The Largest and ,Most Complete -
GORGE W. due to talil complainants.
aav'J.I'. OttovLB Rector.
> accounts will be rendered : Rev.S. Kerr, paying all the expenses of the government M. OOLMM1TH, Establishment, South. >,

Mr: S. Hannibal Mr. Berrett Mr. which he does by a protectivetariff apr30-myM Bpeolal Master,'
J..B.
,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, /aaser Sweating, Rev. J. AJ Archer, Mr. charge, let him his calamity do It; but to he others.has no rightto MUNICIPAL This April 38, IROT. GEO. S. HACKER &: ,SON, ;,.;

1 r Went, .' Florida. Samuel Holbert, treaauror-Key West MONT HARDEK. TOWN COUNCIL. r
-We have Just received anotherI '
I
Will practice In the United States Ex. rAT 11.1'.Hall. mayor R.8.Smithmarshal; J.A. ply of very fine grades of tobacco seed, :;i

d 1 State Courts., 9jun95 The sugaiMSoatlng on Ayer's pills not and Happeraette: tax collector; O. Cary-Elwes,clerk which will be given away to any per.onwho ; \
"" J. M. Dlxon W. R. Qeo.
'lOrl i KnolL
TAMPA. only: makes them easy to take.' but preserves W.Sooble R C.'Sortmfceou Thos. W. Lund will plant it on the East Const Callor '".'t<,'
it their medical integrity to an- Indefinite eonnollmen. The council meets .second and send stamped-addressert envelope for 9' \
\R. F. H. HOUGHTON, The Fort Tampa City Board of Trade period: It dissolves Immediatelyafter fourth Mondays In.each month. some to the ADVOCATE'office. '\\1

has been notified "by the, Secretary of reaching the stomach and, thus J.

State that the British Government would permits the full effect of the' physic to COUNTY OFFICERS.. [Send the ADVOCATE an ordei for any ,- ,.
DENTIST.mytona be speedily realized. .\r..1. ;:
Job need.
send the man-of-war Pallas to Tampa printing you ] I I.
SCHOOL BOARD.J. I l

-, Florida. Bay to assist in the celebration of Queen Police Captain Charles E.- Aldrich, of B. Bnow.lmi Tltnsvllle A. L. Hatch, city I "

Victoria's Jubilee festivities.,, The United Chicago has been declared Insane' and Point;.i>. B. Miller Malabar. HODGES & GODFREY -.....'..:"-' r- -I

Hates Government 11'111'also send some .
-
0. FRIES, C. E. will be sent to an asylum Several COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.' ,
of Its vessels, and the people will do the year. the street riots .JIIanuiactut'er. of ,
ago during car ,
W. K chairman
,
Sharpe Sharpen t Joseph
COUNTY SURVEYOR: rest. The affair Is being arranged on a Aldrich ,was struck a heavy blow on the Mend.., Laur.nRel J. R. Walker, Tltiievlllei. Manufacturers of ii
grand scale, and there seems to be'no Jno. ; R. D. Hoke Jensen.Regular Pine lumber
Yellow
I head with a brick. sessions are held fired Monday la each
Land
legally surveyed and sub-divided. doubt about the entire success of the month Doors Sash Blinds
.
,
applng neatly done. Estimates for celebration. ,The Tampa Board of Trade Tired, nervous and weak men and ItOUOII DBB8SKI), i

II I kinds engineering works. Dls- will work In connection with the Cham- women find new life, nerve strength, COUNTY OFFICIALS. Orange k'o. Heads. Moulding and Building Material.

uted lines Mr,of Commerce, and when these two vigor; and vitality ood's Sarsapal'l1Ia, 'Minor R.Jones, Tltnsvllle, county jndga; D. TraIt Vegetable Cratn..
a specialty.EBASTL&N L. Gaulden Tltusvlllei prosecuting attorney
which enriches and vitalizes the ) Office and Warerooms King 'Opposite
bodies get together on anything it certainly purities, A.A. Stewart Tltusville clerk circuit court\ J. Lumber delivered at any part of Indian River ,
Brevard Co., -'FLORIDA. low blood. F. Woolen Cocoa, tax "amedsor. | K. W. Hall on through bill of tailing" Anyone nonteraplatInv Cannon Street
be A
must a success. special ,
...:.-:... Sharpea, tax collector; A.'T. feasterTltusville., biilldlnir; : on the Kant foaiit, would do well towrlto.tor
rate will be given for the event on all oite treasurer J. H. Same,Gourtenay, superintendent prices. The Hawmlll I situated on theJ.
Hood's Pills are the favorite family cathartic publtO Instruction; J. O. Vrles Orlando, .,T. & K. W.Ry.,It miles couth of Valatka. Charleston S. C.
anteCl.n.: ; railroads. The Plant System will to take In effect. 25o. county surveyor)J.P,Brown,Titunille.aherlifr '
easy
easy
,
I at'once bring the people from all up in Alabama, Sataumn III""tR. Putnam co., Fla.
In every section to sell staple --------

oods to dealers; no peddling; experience and it is estimated that at least 10,000< Business failures the United States -TIle" ADVOCATE Is still giving away, ,Sash Weights Cord and

Itmecegsary; best side line. $75.00 a visitors will throng Tampa during the for the week ended May 7 numbered free tobacco seed of the finest grade. ,

onth.nmlsslon Salary and expenses or large festivities. 228, as compared with 207 for the corresponding Call and get some, with instructions for ROYAL-TANSY" ,PILLSzezwazscuvERT. Hardware.
made. Address, with 2 cent Its cultivation.
HE' "It.""UAn.
mp for sealed particulars,Clifton Soap period of 1806, and 80 In .., A .w,reliable and M'reLief furwup.'prAMwcd .

d Manufacturing Company, Clncinlatt AT JACKSONVILLE. Canada, against38 in the same week ." .5. ....., ."..........Maw.1.. .,need seedy kjr, over or tueoeladlee. >.lnrulin.n Window and Fancy Glass
Ohio. DEED blanks lOo. each; $1.00 per 100, at lavlirontUsthMeoniiiB. *. Ii.! .
We learn It has been decided by a last.year.: ., Vaine
war e *Me imltati***
_______ t the ADVOCATE office. pap rk ss Mir boo, smell too II. ...MiwUcd A SPECIALTY.
number of British subjects and well- In i>Ulo wrappvr' ,*iind 4a lit
the hair has fallen uut leaving stamps for por4leuIerl. MMbf oral I,
When ,
Why will
you buy bitter nauseating wishers of Great Britain in Florida, to ,.re..a..oruler..i'rrricu! CUl"VACAMUCIATIVM :4
tonics when Grove's Tasteless Chill Jubilee of Her Most'Graci the head bald, If the scalp Is not. shiny Led $1.. Oruhestra.Sag.mtnI .,s........ .' Choice .
Fonlo Is as pleasant' as Lemon Syrup. celebrate the there Is a chance of regaining the hair by it Sold by J. B. Soreveu, only.
think
used to ; was very Wines Liquors
Vonr druggist is authorized to refund ous Majesty the Queen, by holding a using Hall's Hair Renewer. :
bat I have
tie money In every case where, it fails to series o? mounted sports, including a difficult to lead an orchestra ; and Cigars

lure. Price, 50 cents. .23-10-97. steeple chase, tilting' the ring, cutting The horse, when ,browsing. Is, guided things learned in that the world.it; is one of ',the easiest Cheap Excursion Rates, ,Via jIIoUlranieed Pure.

the lemon, eto., etc, at South Jackson- entirely by the nostrils In the choice of ',Seeker-Have yon tried it? Sold at reduced ,

1 fANTED-FAITHFUL MEN OR yule, on the 22nd of June. To wind up proper food, and blind horses are never Bageman-Tried it? Why, I was price :'

q rv women to travel for responsible 'the day successfully, it is proposed to known to make,mistakes In their diet. around to the Globe last evening, .and The Plant System. ImportedTokay 't:

1780'ablUhed and house In 'Florida. Salary have a ball, to whleh special invitationswill when the leader introduced me to the Win. '

Reference.expenses., Position permanent. be Issued. the have musicians I hadn't any more than said, account Tennessee from Italy '.:
Enclose self-addressed Plants that grow near sea than To Nashville Tenn., -
tamped has been started to defray Como and take a baU with me Centenniaf, tickets sold from all t
envelope. The National, Star A subscription thicker leaves than those growing In Boston ; ,
uurance Bldg., Chicago. ;Jan20,97. the necessary expense of the meetIng land. Apparently the sea. salt Is the they followed me to* a man.- points in Florida, via the Plant System, John B. Tognl I

I 1 and any contribution the ADVOCATE "A..a of this, phenomenon. ,.. as plants Courier. as for follows tleRew! r solo. Rates uaiyon. ? _from ana_ .Jacksonville utter April 1 Metropolitan 8aloon. '12:1: East Day St.. ,'
----- -- --
: -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine, readers might feel disposed to send will cultivated In artificially salted soil yield f 28th. until Oct. 16th.IDolullye, ,$::1<&.00 'JACKSONVILEVLOBIDA.' .

NO. one, <5; No. two, $10; No. three, $10TitusvlUe be gladly received, by any of the mem- thicker leaves. DO yOU'HEED FRUIT TREES? round-trip, limited until Oct. 1/Vth./ Whole**!* and R.t.U._

Fla. bers of the committee, as follows: Tickets sold dally on/ and after April
20th until ()ct. 16th Inclusive,, 17.60, l!
Jacksonville.
E. SUDLOW, Citrus Trees at; reduced prices. Are limit ,twenty days from date of sale. WEAK MEN MADE VIMROUS.

F. HAWARD, Deetroylnr a Railroad la Wartime.In budded at the ground on 4-year-old Tlekets sold on Tuesdays and Thursdays t

11.GEO.O.'F.COOKE MILES, St. Augustine. "Campaigning With, Grant" in Florida. Rough Lemon stocks. 3,000 of of each week, April 20th) to Oct. 20tu
them TardilY I others are Parson Inclusive, 12.80 round-trip, limited ten
C. STUART BALLET The Century General Horace Porter are lIomos.... from date of sale. Dally for military .
destroyed the Brown, Ruby, Tangerine/ days .jl.iI" t twaai"RFF'iOs ;i
tells how the Union army Triumph and Common Grape Fruit, :'Mo companies and bands until Oct.
hie atvwr bara a time whm ajiw Reward $100. railroad near the '
$ioO Central limit tea days.
r.s..ioaI.i (urd &..nfu1ur with more Virginia each, $.2(1.25 per 100. 2flth, 12.80 round-trip,
\ ,.tr.. Thm hu n...r ban a .tm rnoraiel ...bo.I af'rrv't North Anna. He 'says: I went; with a Boone's Early ,A; )Cott.'. Blood, 60c. The Plant System operates double dally ; 51 51S


-' lur.mrjvfcsra. Insfe*oa hMln tbsai to learn that there I. at leas.; I which began the work of destruction Satsuma and Mandarin, 40o. each. car line via Montgomery and Atlanta on set DowjrfSTiV I Cod qn .T! %VuSewfien all "

:tirs SEED AAL one pleased dreaded disease that science has : at a point on the railroad about 800 Lamb Orange, 60o.! each. quick and reliable schedules. oil...arooyeryoutlirui... fsU. YOlln..J! \.;\\.0'.alq ikwl Joel.........."ly..ond.OI.: IU.....tni ;

IJ f-'l: of tnform.tlon far (rudtnxn sail been able to cure in all its, stages, and yards from the enemy's extreme left.:: A Seedless Grape Fruit COo. each, $",0 To Nashville, Tenn.Confederate account Seventh ::&41:1'. IghIlVfisoin.O.45.ree.usac, Imesr.wee.Isba yIsahisv: HI

.' "lunt-rs.. Th.r.wIIIo.v.rb.Ib.ttrrtim. that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is was extended along one side of per 100. Annual Reunion Veterans ":J&t... 155.. ;
\O kAui r uwtoi. Ferry adftirtbvltV7 A Co..Detroit dltlon,Mich.YOUR Pre.* the only positive cure now known to the brigade the road in single rank and at A given Also all of the varieties of peaches June 2.2ms: to 24th, tickets sold June ::=r..... Wstd. olf Insanity nr'eiinninpllonst '' n4, *M
be best suited to this 10th 20th and 21t rate from Jacksonville .. .. ,
fraternity. Catarrh being/ constitutional that are known to V.otI. 1.mp neawortbr> esiibotltut on-
medical signal the men took hold of the rails, the \ 12.80 limit ten days from date of .. ID. ) ;<
disease, requires constitutional South Florida section Including f ;..I\IJ"J'tr'\ r.u'.G. ior. I;:
Catarrh Cure U taken lifted up the road and ,.turned upside new Free Stone Orange peach, that sale. An extension ot ten days can be c.r no:;.;n....'p.pok.t.. ivepasa,' 1. ...
treatment-Hall's the rails loose, ticket ... ...... op 54iV US. ",il'Q"r..a... '
Internally, acting directly upon the down. Than, breaking originated, In Orange county, and Is the secured by depositing return with "".per 0........ 5*CurS _....... aM '
blood. and mucous surf aces,of the system they used them .. levers in prying off. best peach yet out for this section. joint agent at Nashville not later than i'}. .PamDI;:.1,.. A tIna_..dtI.I... 'i1
-- thereby--- destrovlng the" foundation the.crwwties, which they piled up at JAMES MOTT, June 20th. Double dally train with .

of the, disease, and giving the patient different points, laid the rails across OBLAKDO TSvMtnr: Prop'r.Winter through; cars via Plant SystemTo International Sold by J.'D. gereven only. 'f

FORTUNE strength by building up the constitutionand them and set fire to the tie* As soon a< Kla, Chattanooga, Tenn., fTa.
you, ._ .... work. Haven Convention B. Y. P. U.. tickets sold July
b."ltb. its
Toa'.ppll. "a D. assisting nature in doing the rail -became sufficiently hot they ,, M VIANS*
t.d
Pth. ._
ft fare for
:; rIr 15th Inclusive one
13th to ,
t1li'.""MAR' ,!ffSSsstsiss. :: nsaSs thumankIt.I The proprietors have so much offer. faith one In bent; in the middle by their own weight -FAITHFUL MEN OR round-trip from all points ,via Plant

"'...NII.r &0 III .11 head troabl.... Its curative powers.. that they that It falls Efforts were then made to twist; them WANTED to travel for responsible System. From Jacksonville $14. o, limited -

T.A. .CDLII.TsS-'::'\'.d.r :'-C.mrV- ." CA.H. dI hundred dollar for for list any of case testimonials.Address so as to render them still JDor&unserviceable. established house In Florida. Salary to July 21st. An extension of return

?=":,b e> ,.\1"'* Wonderful oNLY >*v I SVSTSI Jaw IV.. to cure. ,Send F.J. CHBSEY: : ; Co.,Toledo.O. Several miles of railway were $780 and expenses. Position perman-- limit to August 15th can be obtained -

A:r y. ri.niTiTTttVBJLSaAsiui :! .r all druggists, 73o. thus destroyed. ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed by depositing ticket with agent
by ,
> i*114I JS:vucus..ua. .. a.Hla' ySold stamped envelope. The National, StarInsurance at Chattanooga: prior to July 10th.
I Bldg., Chicago. For further information addressB.
:!Vesbr.Every
Cbaunole
= The Day laborer, Pays all the 1.. TODD, C. II. HOWABD, ... ...u.
good housewife knows hownecessary 'Dlv. P... Ado, City Pass: Agt., .1 ......P
Tariff. time how expensive -Notice for Publication.LAITD eo"y.ao. me.Lain. ..
the
and at same
; O. W. ParkhiU, City Ticket Agt.,
enS.....
*sSh ---
ssoig a
Mot :FamraU.A
an help In her domeetid arrangements Jacksonville, 71.. _.. ,, =.i;
=
southern Manitoba man who moved 1087 leather. ,The M. Dlv. I..... Tampa, _
to JESSES: TLAMac 18, Is chamois OFFICE,. I F. Jolly, Agt., 1lL.ie:4 --
Montana a few years ago started back manufacture of chamois leather is a Gainesville, Fla., 3,1807.NOTICX f II. O. Ilaycraf, T. V. A. __ ...:... =. Lu.) =pesoS".

Short; time; sIn and left the follorr- Editor'Adwcatf: difficult proeeaay occupying some three hi bent RIven that lie foUowlnic- .. =P:5Ltruwa:

.. $ farewell on the wall of his shack: Yesterday met a laborer hunting months. The wool being removed from wntlr hu filed. notice of hie iMtentloei 80IENTIFIO 'AMERICAN
Poi mUesj from a' 16 miles the conversation, drifted on skins of which to make' flnal proof In support of his '
neighbor and lamb
,
work, the sheep and laid will be mad before t lannes enetotlos I ) fit t.i
?40'a potn Ice, 95 'mile from a railw the tariff qae tloo. I told and him the I never more U made, the skin is split by special ma-. Alain Otwrk Circuit and' that Court'ci proof TIC."II".L.rla., an Jane ITAMPSTI .111-t_ ...Ika -,,-,...._aisles_ea.m-SI'S UASBa '

U miles from a aohoolhonee, 41 question chIne and the inner portion i* can- tWh. UII7."II t Maria Jooee. of TltneTUIe. Fla, ou >*ra.T.MM free. ASarees, 4
lull. IlScaiDVfsnilHarwithlts complications llomeelcad :ZOT7 for the southwest quarter ofortheae I Tti.iLSIEALS: :
I from a church 180 miles) from different Interests vetted into chamois leather by various quarter, and sontheaM quarter of MUNN A CO.,
Umber, 300 mile from Canadian half and relative found bearing I knew about It. HeMWnbadbronghlylnve.UgaUj uioocesea. At; the final stage the skin Is __..-r..u-a. township a,coat Ml ......Mv. Hew Vetk.WantedAn .

"MMi from water- a quarter of a mile I the smoothed by mean of a jery fine. circular ffcpffe SSe= the fallowing wttaeaees to prove

front hade. the same distance from 1U the knife worked by hand which po- her Mtlmotu residence opou, suit enUlratlaaf. '
Question; in all laad, YII i L C. SerUncenar of TltavUh Idea 2SrW.fLJttyL
bloodthirit7 half breed. God Bless Oar of the U. S. could ne'eT have any daces the soft feeling so well known hi said...., He r1 U.Djewr-of'tltae vllJ*. ....) :;:;
people
-mel Gone back to Manitoba, which until they eltsblbhed a good chamois leather. -Philadelphia .. M.i: Rtoe. of TttaerUb ....J Cbss. T. Mo- .c_ rail jKcaS y*' w_..a.
fa**>d' country, to get a fresh start." prosperitY protective tariff 00 all importedarticles Crory,of Tlta. illle.,rbw -*Wkr coviniaMii rMe jut"offerBsveaUestTwaalii *'
Kincardine: stricUy produced In the U. S Ledger. ,/. M. 9AM30, BcleMr. *,
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r < INDIAN KIVKB ADVOCATE:;; MAY 48, 187.IHDIiH .
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or ,It will soon era men. She has bad enough; of industry -
A wine
-* RIVER ADVOCATE 4-. STATE TREASURER COLLINS.But be manufactured, champagne extenalvely syrup In the state. ad "enou bof labor," and chooses"land & Summer

The finest fibre In the world Is also to go buck to the lotus-life in"the Spring Good
r' stated. being made from the pineapple where It Is always afternoon.
.I f ye ..A WIKLT J0ea1tAL DJIIVftWD TI DNVab five representatives consid ,Well she IH a free agent.; It may be
plant.
4 i l } orHcmr or THwoB.fr ZNDLAN-teas. was ered the actions of Treasurer, Col. that her legislature does not represent .
AND BrsoAVM*.MTSWITIOIM.PUBLISHED the state of Florida and that It has done :
i t1d $ line withregardto, the handling of- TQ OKANGK AND VEGETABLE hert,Injustice. But of that, world cannot To 'Storekeepers Only :=.. ....... .. ..
KVBOT ntiDA.Y.t the funds of the state unimpeachable : : Judge. The legislature has spoken for :
f __ all twelve of the articles of GltOWERS.AmoBg her and has said that the state Is an
q d{ t, .- Impeachment' being adopted by a to capital and needs no more In- have Stock of the
EllW. enemy Complete
N CHAM, 'H.. WALTON, / at Tallahaisee the cheerfully promisethat
vote of 50 to5.. An unsuccessful three vestment. We con .
i Bratof the week waa Jlr.C. Stuart Bailey, she will have none.-From the
t( MBMDEI effort made to strike out the at Low Prices.
vi : : oei ,' was an inventor-St. Augustine, who has Railway Age. Gocds, ,
i first article, on the grounds that week
'THE'ELORIDA'PRE8skS80CIATION: been at the capital during the past the fine
and in piece meshes
frames ,
''II laid the of his antifreezor Mosquito Nets, on ; SandII.bet
.. the malfeasance was on 'or sola the Interest patent \
.AFFILIATED 'WiaiHTTUBNational : good FOB first class shoemaking'and! repairingcall Screen cloth' Cotton Crashes for Suits; Straw hats; Wash CottonadesSm,
be
1 18 said to quite a ;
l tl fI n Editorial Amtociation., last administration, and that the thing. whteh Senator Darby la Waiting his on J. A. Daughtery, Washington Lawns; Wash goods, White goods, Ducks, etc. We keep everything usuull, t
treasurer was charged with having chance: to. Introduce bill before the avenue, Titusvyie, Fla. Shoes made demand; are prompt In shipments and aim to give beat value for the Dli,

4 loaned $1-5,000.to the Ocala bunk, Senate to appropriate flWO, to ba usedin to order1 In fine style.Banyan.. Liberal dealings our'motto.

1\ ill "'H.WALTOnpubllaberwdgwptIotor.I Cheoketa. may be mule payable to CO.ARLBS. while the committee's. report' says testing Mr. JJalley'8.loentlon, which BENEDICT, POLLAK & CO.,

I be did no t. The remaining eleven Is to protect orange groves and vegetable .
i '
I viva. growers against frosts and freezes. 32. 34 & 36: W. Bay St. Jacksonville,
articles were adopted by a
I' ; as ,.DUonOtluor.no* of ....'ftlll. iDint be made .per- A. far as the ADVOCAT 'reprei eatatlve -
I I"I'.l unenviable position, which appropriation, if obtained, would be his house, and the work will begin next W. M. BROWN Vice
d Prosidentr ,
I PRITCHARD ; -Presideat
of JAMBS -
and direction '
under the
should, 'and probably will, serve as supervision Monday. Cashier '
alt eornmu.loettats4o C. Schuyler,
4 The' ,
I
of
the OommlB loner' Agriculture.
t I warning to future incumbents B. nilliard's wharf is nearing completion -
SKDIAN JUVER.JUDVOCATE Inventor says he proposes touaeBipedal


", + r t l h t ... _H.L__.__......._...._.._____ ._ ___.._TrrowACas____ n_ FLORIDA.. .:,. that office.A e. to form be of protected heating, apparatus-upon to warm\the teel.a the area d Ragah* Bros have ordered lumber to INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN]
GOOD .IDEA. vegetables without wanting beat In build a packing house.

E } : ''Tbd<
: '"ty hna.pmwed' its third Trading bya ,Could effort be made which' can-like lllrbt.-traverie space and look after the orange trees on ,Cha
I > of 12. The mew not tome Magruder's place for the summer. Authorized capital, $100 I |
( u fuaJorl.c county without sensible loss tothe: ;;4r through ,(
y ;' ilf forniodnfa" to be ca11e41i131oxhaw. to build a regular bicycle traCkhere which It pannes. The principles Involved The pineapples that are being shipped l Paid up capital $25,
Instead of using the public have been proved In a practicaltrial and excellent
from here are of. good size Average deposits, $150
,
( streets H>r n-cJng and scorching ? of the apparatus, and the correot- quality. ,
I;, .sO'AN our advertising columns A youthful and, energetic bicyclist neRH-of the principles are vouched for by
land Transacts
C. L. Stewart is grubbing more a General Bank
trustworthy testimony.
I u closely' iibef ore making any pur- rannot always be expected to loaf Independent From experiments, made, 'we are Informed for vegetables. ; .

r chaee ; ubuclnoss men represented along lit a leisurely pace on his that it is safe to say that,the Dan LaKodhe and Fred VVhltlock were Business
'1'' i : ;in >this Issue are ufMo-date on wheel, and where bicyclists eon first coat of the apparatus will not exceed nng the visitors: to Banyan on Sunday

prices mutuality, and ''have been gregate there! will also ,be' facing the half of the money lossoccasioned, by ammo Largest and Oldest Bank on flu 1 1Exchange
1 .selected for their known !Integrity should therefore one I 4ght'. frost per acre to a crop of y*
Some ,
provision ,
early vegetables. The running-expense* T. A. Campbell: and family spent last ,; ,:', 1F r sold on all Foreign Counts J
i' be made whereby-he can let off the actual with friends in this vicinity.DO .
will.be .con ned to the tl me,of Sunday """"-
ji r t GSN.1 fits, who ii Is at present at exuberance of this, ,spirits without frost, and will then be In' proportion to I DIRECTORS:

N Constantinople making ..observations endangering. ,the lives and' limbs,of the cold experienced. The apparatus jA..PR.TOHAIlDW.B.BARNETTPrt.( |
portable, and will last 'for fifteen years YOU WANT SOMETHING of the National Bank ot JackBnnvlll.i 1
the. email
of tke 'of the pedestrians, or
,operations unwary with puoper care. It is a common Aaylog UDBKCB: (Vioe-FreHldent National I JIll
"Grecian.and ''Turkish "armies in the children with which our town !is BOnum that Californian land is worth 91 an acre, GOOD AND CHEAP 1.'An ? Jacksonville), and W, M. RaoVa.l!
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!
4 Ley.an.tr\wlllrepresent the army of !rou8.y blessed. A serviceable : and the water Irrigating; it $200 an acre; : National CORRESPONDENTS.Seaboard Bank of I
II' New York
.tIJe:United rKtutes upon' ithe 'celefbratlon bicycle track would ,not 'cost any o-.that Florldr land used to be worth abstract showing perfect title will h wqw :National! Bank Jacktorville.

I 'l't, ,of the ttOth) anniversary of great sum to build, if those who $land 100 An and acre 900,for on a the valuation climate.of $1 Overcoming for the- be furnished to teach purchaser of any '1I".r-USVILLE FL&

i' Jihe secession, of Queen ,Victoria to S re. interested .(and this 'would'in- the Croat difficulty is equally as of the followlngjands In Brevard county: .
? ithe,throne of Great' Britain.STOCKFOBT "' clude every citizen of the town) Important to Florida! as prevention of Right front on the north side of Main

., would all lend helping hand in drought to California. street Tltusville. Riparian rights/; ex-
a
I tend to the channel and the City Wharf
I .
{' : Ens g.,. boasts ..one' of its eonettu(.tlan'lt would be better extends along the lot on the south side. !MIAMI\ : -
the largest Sunday schools fn the for the riders themselves and 'THE DEGRADATION, OF' There Is a large warehouse on the lot at +

!worU. The total number f schol, Infinitely better ;Ser the public, in FLoRWA. the bulkhead of the City Wharf which

1 ,;are at present-on the ,.books ,is no generaL 1 /goes with the property and 1,000 feet of S
rentable along'the landtag.
property ; city
1fr'; ;,J fewer than -MS34; while tfare arc 'The State of Florida nas served notice Price of property, including warehouse, I Town Lots
3fi finale and .196 I that dehires. N Sal
a : female .teachers on the world It no more' $2,000. won

l + ;a ,-grand .army fur Chri.tcrt over FISHING. INDUSTRY' ; BILL. mosey Invested in it in railway building.The ;. -' .
', announcement Is made in ,the form Four and. a half aeres of land in 'the
A.O') lt. ,il-ek the good workigo,, on. '
both
of a bill which has recently passed southeast of .southeast
Intellects quarter
The'vast and overwhelming quarter
Wy .--'k .. has decided bouses of the State Legislature\ and habecfJ..e 01 section 20, township 21,' south range A..E KINGSLEY General :'Agent For
of legislators -
y, A.CKWKI. electioneering' point has our ; a Jaw without the governor'ssignature. ; 15 east at Mimi station, on the J., T. 4.1C. ; .
that one. of pur.chief: sources The substance the act U W., R'y, four miles north 6f Titus-,
Just{ been raised in New ;Z aland. of revenue shall 'be.cut off for 'four given.elsewhere In this paper the gist rille. This is In the western part of the) Mrs. Julia D. Tutt

,At itheJategeneral, election, in' that months In the )'eat.,, ,It is difficultto of It being simply that henceforward all Purnbull hammock and!! has been all] '
ooloey, .JYtr.i( George,Fleher Wag one railway property In thestate Is to be cleared ready to be set to orange trees.
r .of-the candidates discover any possible grounds subject to the absolute authority of Pri6e[ > ':i50.: *
; returned for the for closing two summer months to three .twenty-d ve-bundred-dollaI'-l1-year 9 CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYin

;, Metropolis ,Wellington. He ,wag the fishing Interests", and It will Impose commissioners. The authority of these The southeast quarter .of the northwest -
1-s-i( e r j c at .tb4lt 'time cossul for Italy' at 'a great hardship upon a'great men Is to be complete-In the making of quarter of section,18, township 21, all parts of the, Town. Carefully Select

I 1. Wellington and a petition Iha.r eitlcejis'. la, rates and In every other particular In south orange 35 east; 40 acves. One-half Fruit
number of our Money made and Vegetable ,Lands
I + '' been presented against his .return which authority can be obnoxious of> this its excellent hammock land and on
'> always scarce during .the' hummer -the power to rob and dispoll aud ruin he, other half Is muck land. It is sltu-
; HI tihe .ground that, .his 'holding months, and. the eupport of manya as much. they plea e. It 'Is possible sled within three-quarters of a mile of MiDDl.i River and BDY ,Biscayn.
t' i office ete)aoe,dls.quallfled from family depends entirely upon that, If the railways themselves i ad the Jims station and four miles north of JIrr Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.
,,1 servinga' \ .a ,parliament of the choosing of such oommUslonern, they 'Itusvllta. A very desirable property. '
; r queen.tl this industry, If. there tills wqre any might by offering six.times>.the salaries toad passes through; the property to the lain Office Hotel Miami, .. MIAMI, FLORID
plausible reason for remark. I proposed and making appointments i Sunder ballon. Price"$200. '
_
ably' ill-advUed piece of legislation long-term contracts, find three -

,',, 'A.aw .ez:-SJena tor 11 f. In hand we would have, nothing to say men to whom they would be willing to OZT THE ST. LVCIB RIVER
'l
entrust the control of their properties
Juek, The attractive and lucra. on the subject ; but for the futurewe under the conditions proposed in this Lot 4, section, township 37., ,south
I 'tire appointment state: agent for;; would advise the salons who law. It Is hardly neceiuary/ to say what TL inge 41 east, containing 77 acres. This '
t 1 the oolleeiian, of 'the Indian war;: provide us with la-vs, good bad, kind of men will be tile only ones who twill act has a quarter ofa mile front on the IOMESEEKERS :
;a claim has been rudely snatched; and indifferent to consult with accept positions on the board at the S t. Lucie Klver,,and lies a few' hundred ..... .. ,1> .
alArles flied third-rate.: politicians, f tet i west of where the Florida East ;
r away' wlaen.lt..eemed "almost wlthJin / those who are familiar with the business men who have failed In business oast R'y crosses the river. It has a ..
I I his grasp, by the appearance' of -matters they legislate upon before cheap lawyeis. That; any prudent .loe front and Is excellent pineapple ,
W. E.. Walles, who,, was duly 'corn. they legislate away the !means of man will Invent money to be at the 1 a.nd/' Price $35 per acre. We will not Who are Seeking -a' "Home" in til
I missioned .by (Governor :'Mitchell to livelihood of a hard-working class mercy of such a board In not conceivable e it this lot. :
hi substitute .his brother,.who Who would put money In a> newspaper Apply or write to the
: 1F I was the of people. Zeal is at all times
If Its be
policy was to guided by a committee South
should
: BOBBINS &; GRAHAM CO. send to the'undersigne
original,agent. oanmendable when exercised In of three politicians ? Who would .

fi; ;+ ....,.,.._..._.....i I the-right. direction, but tempered embark his capital In a dry goods store, Tltusville, Fla. i *
If the control of the business was to be '
r- ORANGE, GROVES ON ,UNDIANKIVER. with common-sense it is Infinitely In the hands of three twenty-five-hun- r. S. Department of Agriculture for a copy of the '
I more useful than ',.If employed dred-dollar-a-year. place-hunters t 10-
t IJ'1, ,i i: Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla.
4 without due consideration of eon. veators have had experience enough of
,, I the treatment which they receive at the ?
The winterof; ,aovj-us twill ,be a sequences hands of local commissioners. The following Is a comparative:; state- ]Florida East Coast Homeseek.1
S ? revelation to those who the The Florida railway law II"a! misfortune m ent of temperature and rainfall for the
saw THE JFI-OIUDA PINEAPPLE. and an Injustice to those who already w eek ending Tuesday, May 2:1: 1897. '
abomination .desolation which 1 have capital In railway properties -1807-- -1806LTK. .
r visited Florida .but three short The,Florida and the In the state. It is a1'worse misfortune n. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN.D .
years before And especially will grower F1.orldaI I and greater Injustice to the State: of 1 79 73 83 711 We _have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing and
all other 1S
differ from
this be noticeable the of pln appl growersand J Florida Itself and to the south. 1S o '7p 72 84 73 VII inter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest I in the United States.
"I groves pines. The grower has learned'thatto We hear much of the New 'South and 1 79 67 81 70 Apply to'
r f the Indian River country. But secure the best results he must shed ve all love It; and assuredly there are s:J 87 67 83 72

few signs remain to tell of the disaster his; fields and wrap his fruit. The shed southern states, southern men, southern .2 3 83 71 85: 71
; ,; which wu iwm: thought by from wind and cold In commercial Institutions, .Of which the a 4 82 71 83 74 JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner,
ding protects '
it. irremediable whole country has reason to be proud. s 5 83: 70 83 75:
,many and though winter and from the sun In and EAST COAST R'Y
; summer But one such act as this of the Florida i fatal rainfall for the week FLORIDA ,
(r a some of the larger trees may not the wrapper protects the fruit from Its 1 eglslature does more to retard the progress D from normal : 0.13 incheseparture
< rainfall for
F
I ; d be of quite so great'size ,as they neighbor in the same orate.- We are(old of the entire south, more to dlsw<,ek: minus 1.33 Inches. Departure the I ST, AUGUSTINE ,

were at that, time, nor bear so that aa experiment wilt be made by some credit r nles could. her very do in name, than, all her Florida en&fl'('ra normal rainfall since January 1. .
twenty
I much fruit years. pi is 0.11 Inches
yet a stranger :visiting growers this year In packing where each h lad her choice. She had the chance ololnlng
t them to-day for tbe' first tJme pine will be pu(.ia... separate case,' after I hands with her sister states In J. W. CRONE, Observer.

.would find it difficult to believe the raaMer of beer bottles In a barrel. he work of progress-of .unttln'g with DR. C. F., HOUSTON
r fthat three hem In the effort to lift the south to theTeemine'nce ,
they were cut 1
( years ago The Improiislon that this will
.prevails ; F
ra
which she held S. JOHNSON
.down to the once and CO.11lanetaoturers : '
ground by., nature'.
t be a most satlsfac-My way vt handling which It Is Inher power to hold again ,, DmJSr.r.A.L: pai t=.orts.::
merciless band, nor.4owld.( be, r" al4te the fruit. o f saying to the north and to the world. -

the desolate, wintry,appearance The Florida pineapple has established 'Come' help us; we 'bavo turned from of Eel;abllshed 1884. )o( Cor. and Laura Mrs. KeeD"
t of..tlie acres upon acres' of. groves the standard of ,_ellenoe. Nowhere II tie old path And will walk henceforward .Fishing Supplies. Bay Sts., over
? which else In the wedel Ii better: fruit produced. i a the ways oT civilization and of In- ...
( upon not a vestige of green do influences JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
and nowhere ell combine d ustry. The world Is willing enough ,
appeared! Upon Merritt. Island to produce more excellent fruit. The t o help where the help is wanted and For thtth
r ? ,.and'through the Rockledge hammock eltmate, soil and methods are'all per will' be rightly used., But.Florida hat astio Fillings next : days pricee will be as follwa: Gold Fillings, $!.+1 1&01 :.
f ,And indeed everywhere along reedy adapted* Add .to thla quick trans- p referred to turn back and go on her (ve F best) .9 to .KAUSy; Fillings, *l-to 'U30; :Plates, $3 to *8; full.
a the river the thrifty growth I&,: which will permit the fruit to nearly o' alone. She; needs no'railway ma 'fil Fir'st ! of.t.b'e ripen perfectly In the sunshine belcne.hlpmen& for ha she not her own staretroddentths Cotton and Linen RoPe', SetK.ta&ll.hed ,S"'of Teeth polite attendantB. Gold and Continuous
made
been letting and
trees has, wonderful to ,. and repall1'd.'
ooeean<< begin to account .pl among the 'kwamps P .She'want! Coo 'kll, Leads Twines Etc. Fishing
Bay the .least of it, and the nevi.i For tile lack of core, the leader pulp, the capital or Industry-for Is not the air( Ta.Lit.:Me of Description
Hooks
every
I ieUghtful bouquet, and the delicious 'ft and and ; ,
SCJ nature bountiful what
table croakers who made up their need ,ea.. Rods, Reels, Sinkers, Baits etc. M,
i minds that the laver of the Florida pine, grown In a hi is man more than to lit In the sun, to York
j
orange industry of ::errltory lea than 200 miles long by not rl,pea and to rot f f C II"""- TARPON TACKLE A SPKCIAITT. HIBaltiiiiore \ w Dental Parlors

j Florida was irretrievably ruined, i nor than :23 miles wide. Of all states In the Union! Florida has Md. Pineapple, Orange and Le
hare before them an object lesson T.he Lake Worth and lower 'Indian I1 red most on the bounty of others Na- _
, i 4Lt,1111 which they will do well .to take 'to 1 fiver pineapple fields are uhf, tuUio 're was generous to her but her gener- Land For Sale Cheap.
to know to be the largest 1853.L. "";;
heart. ought 01 ity was neglected\ and unused. It
s thousand
Matoy boul will .ad that In the world, and la some of re ited with other to build the railways I have for sale 80 acres of pinup
}'; be shipped from this section alone tY" hem are grown the rarest *aria tie*. wI itch rescued Florida from her geographU BARBQT & CO. land on St. Lucie river a few mileslow north'

next season, ',.td judging ,by en. ''be growers have secured plant from lo; Isolation-to build the hotels which I. Qttmijy Eden, 4O of which being of dOlI
couraglng reports from other n J tlons it would see- the fields of the far south aou Fl,arida contained-to develop whatever Gituwds moral Commission. P::'ermanently Locat 18, township 38, south of range *
that the
E i seem output t irient, and they Brow here' la the open Im.lustries Florida contains. By the fa- e. the other 40 is the northeast quark i
i Y of Florida oranges, will soon be a Ir, feeding on Florida dew and ua- ell Itles ot these railways, oo the spendrs .;! Yearly opposite Slate Bank of rlodd.. of southeast quarter of'McO I
S .. almost as extensive M before the s blue Ever!: facility for .succeaof and Inj, and leavings of the guests In the Y3'i !! J is 8 ;I &w At No. II l East Bay Street \fownship 38, south of range 411 ea for- $IO|

L v ; freeze. Many disheartened grow. P roll table culture are found here. ho tele. oa the wages of the industries, :g E ';, Ac !LL OPERATIONS: CDAR The anov* land can be bought PIA I,
; luuEED. plnear
:: for
who Aa time Advance the Industry grow FInd ers gave up their 'groves in ,' dally the fruit or the plant are put oo,i who kills the bird that lays the Q", = :iiI Q". .c' w eta FUUPri.... will be u lronowar. orange, lemon or lime growing. ftt
disgust are no doubt today regretting t. some new use, thus paving the way go Idea eggs-she stretches out her fOol- Othe r rtm0 .......... ........... .., I.OO&np Will be sold In lots of 40 .fo1C
t i their' want of faith In f( still more extensive. culture of the U.I I to strangle the agencies which 321 9> & 331 Poydras St., Flaw. ; -- .......-. ..:. JIOIo 1.00 cash. This land will soon b0Souhartheij wo

Florida when they see tile vast: P'' neap. The medicinal pr curative ha're given her wbate..... of the nlna- Fall );|;;;.". ...""- 1:1.00:11.00 &to 15:00 lo.m: per acre. 1J
strides the trees wperiles of the pine have bent recently tee,Lath aatury civilisation she .... She NEW ORLEANS. LA.. hitr regnladties, corrected. 0 Apply to C. H. Walton, .ADvoC 11CDf'
are making to regain covered, and It 1* now Deed as a dl- p refers the old bury swamp ,life to the Canal Hack.Coam Bar Your Jlatron& Solicited, office; or to Bobbin Graham* .d

I their former pr U4eDee.. dry tor and a remedy for dlptheria; and M 'qol ok marching on the. highways, of mod- >Zrca1SYcz. :I I ........erelaallAn 1taaIr...... PI lODe'. A.871 BnLEY. D.D''.'.'. 3ltoager 'Vllle'

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MAY: 28, 18 7. I 8


Passenger tratn came in, the front


fr4LO I,, form damage was. quickly of being the Sebastian extinguished mall done car being without,on fire.. much plat.It 'p. .FERTILICompounded I IZ E R .uv- iL p I j




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Major\ Thffln' of-Courtenay h down on SPECI .L FRIOES ; :

[ 1. a tarpon visit..fishing It : In the Is Sebastian going: \ to river.try 1 the im.( )

Geo. Halle has quite a number of water e
NGAKIN turkeys, gannet, crimes, etc., which N e '
Sebastian.i>e caught out on the head-waters of the __::iiD.SapPl o, m Growers.: 114. 1


Large forest fires some days ago burnt : 1Fiysoapplo I '

river.down several houses on the Sebastian : ''Por't1.J.Lmors: i'w '

F-i mr: Before buying the following Materials be sure and Apply to ': ,
with I chemicals suitable for the fend has been
The oats, known as "sea oats," plant, : }i,
POWDER which grow on the, shoresThey of the Atlantic i thoroughly..... with excellent results. us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money ; r
are In bloom. are ",' ,
for very GUARANTEED ANALYSIS STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE, :
Absolutely Pure. pretty decorating purposes. : I trI ,:

tor lt.'great leavening stremrth The rainfall here up to Wednesday [U Ammonia. .. ... ... . .', i . ....5 to 0 per oent. BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE, :.

r d,ebmted beallbhllnese. 80ures tbe food atcalimt this past week, was 2.1 inches; highest Pbos.A.cld.r., ;\ .. . .6 to 7 per cent. DISSOLVED BONK, NITRATE OF SODA, ; l'

DlIOIi all forms o;adulteration common. to temperature, 84Q ; lowest, 64* ; thus .Potash. .., .. . r.-.j .Tr; .. ... .4 toB per.cent. SULPHATE OV TOBACCO : .' .,
brand" STEMS
h you see it is not In ''' AMMONIAC ,
Florida }
warm in ( '
very oj 8
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]! POWDER CO Sew! York. "
Joy BAKIXO .May. 8 3 Write for Special Pamphlet., -'A', TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ,ASHES, .'. .1"

In a letter received from Mr.\ Abraham with COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND' POTASHES. Ik'
urSpecial Mixtures compounded machinery at low
Foster, from Sotfner.'he states that they very 4 r ... ,l1C'r :
Malabar. are very much pleased with the country H prices. t over there, but that they all miss the .. .1/ J i
grand old Indian .
River. \ j
B. Wells and Lou Wells, from Grant, .Please. Correspond us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for .; !,
J. Miss
Amy Kitching is visiting here
ere here Tuesday evening. this week, and will return to Stuart to Hi 'Pamphlet. .. tt1 ... ,I

W. R Harris and daughter, Miss day (Friday! ). '
were here Monday. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. \ ..
orenoe, Rev. S. F. Gove was here, Tuesday, Pl '
Miss lea W. Forest spent several days calling on his many friends. ,

iyi at the ocean beach this week. Fred Meyerhelm, with Kahn, Furch- CTac3rsoan.Trill: J.or1d.a:: f '
Mrs. n.. C. Starcfc was shopping In gottifc: Co.,. Jacksonville. was here theilrflt i '!
elbourne,Tuesday. ..... fllf tits week. 1

C. W. Bolton made a quick run to R. G. Hardee took quite a party out over night at New Smyrna, thus 'delay Miller\ Maude Powell, and Messrs Allen (.
lolbourne,In the North Star Tuesday fishing oo the Sebastian river. Saturday:! Ing its arrival at Jacksonville.. This Is Campbell, John Nicholson, A: Downey, G. G. SPRINGER < t
iglit,leaving here at 0:30 and returning lastt not so. The freight leaving Ban Gallle Sam Martlnt T. C. Nicholson, Cleo.' x e
12:00: a. m. Rev. W. B Tregca conducted lIe'Vlo08bere at 10:30 p. m. arrives at New Smyrna at Phillip A. J. Goode, R. V. Kavanaugh,
Miss Bessie Wells and J. B. Wells, of in the Methodist church, Tuesday 4 o'clock next morning. Leaves New Wm. Chalice, !Mr. and Mrs. F. Robertson -
raot, spent. Sunday:! here with Mrs. evening. Smyrna 430: a. m., stopping 20 minutes ", Mrs. S.. F. Gibbs, Mrs R._W. Goode. Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper Of .-, (Ir '
to change crews, and arrives at Jacksonville >
olton. Miss Jennie Par ham, who has.
has closed her school school Waveland this winter, Buy lumber ,and other building material ; '
HIM Addle Sams teaching at run from Eau Gallie to Jacksonville In
for her home at Court- spent several days here this week, visiting to direct from the Builders', Supply
d left Monday 10 hours, and proceeding at once Co. and lumberyard :
St. the
Augustine, save ICE
Mr. and
jay, Mrs. S. Kitch lug. northern destinations.EAU man's commission. wAND. :

A party from Malabar' Heights sailed' R. G. Hardee and John Harris have ,
or to Melbourne beach on Sunday. been out in the Richard hammock for a ,
few days, looking after crops. GALLIK, May 22, 1807. Horse for Sale. ,'
Plenty of ripe water-melons, to m"ke. Editor Advocate:
of maid and small Miss Pattle Howes, after spending Distilled Wa.ter'c {
lad the heart man,< ,
several days here visiting Mr. and Mrs.. Dear Sir-\Vlll you kindly correct Horse, buggy, harness, saddle and c i\'
17. S..KItchlng, returned home to Oak Hill,, i your correspondent from this place. In bridle' Call on or write
John H.: dohecy, ,M prominent young Monday.Rev. last week's Issue of the ADVOCATE he J. D. CBAUH, Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers \\1
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an from tils section, is now In Stuart, reported Mrs. W. H. McIntyre as having ; Cocoa, Fla. ,
here he will be gone some time. W. B. Tresca, wife and Bro.York entertained a :young lady /guest the past .f FACTORIES...... V w i< left for Stuart, Wednesday, at which winter. It Is a mistake. I have had no t' '
uenday.Geo..W.Wa. hburn was In Melbourne, place they will conduct a revival.''in. the young lady guest.. The only females of >(; Courtenay.. Cocoa and West Fnm Beach. : ',y,,,,,. a f
Methodist church.Mosquitoes my household has been myself and one ,- '
school and Christian Endeavor servant MRS. W. II. MCINTYRE.
Sunday are rather plentiful this Supt. Jno. II. Suras and daughter Miss -' : :, ,
attendance Sunday
ad their usual good .
.
week.
Cellle R. Sams visited Cocoa last Thurs }
Considerable rice will be planted' here Pineapples are about ready to ship, When In want of any kind of building: day. SEEDS FOR SUMMER CROPS.L'i

Is season. and tomatoes have stopped going material, In car loads or otherwise, the 'The colored people bad a big"time here -....-.. __,.-.. 'u
The Misses Lathams, of Oak Lodge, forward. Builders' Supply Co., at St. Augustine on the 20th.Col. S
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Millet. Pearl Caltaot.. .
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t .. .28ot\ lb. !
dellvereaprice per post paid
ere guests of Mrs. Starck last week. 0. V. Sherwood and Geo. Halle have will be plea ell to make you You a have noagent's .-H. J. Tiffin arrived home Saturday Millet German . ..., lOots: () ** It ,\ 1 c,

Malabar Literary Club held, its last gone on an extended trip, on the upper at your mlddle station. eating Saturday evening for the Burners river, in search of birds, manatee, etc. or of here Kaffir Corn, (white or red)., . . . . .'IzBoU u U yru
pay. Jerusalem Corn "' It ,
will In October.Dr. .
open again Fritz in Light first-class Is putting condition.W. W. Russell's These .D. J. LaRoche and F. L. Whitlockspent Sorghum . ...,,... .r. ,... .'. .<. . ' ..' .2/1cta/ u. r rSunflower.
H. D. Brown, .of Melbourne; was pinery Saturday and part of Sunday visiting ii
black muck 'Melbourne. . . ... OoU per quart.
re Tuesday and Wednesday, attending pines are planted on as an friends In Banyan. 'g
Cow peas, Whlpporwlll, Clay lied, LadyHngors Wonderful and Conctf 'Send I h
re, C. )V. Bolton, who has been veryk experiment, and so far, they are looking ; for Full stock of '
prices. Reliable Heeds band.L. .
but Is now reported improving. very well. Mr. Russell will\ plant out an GOODE Sc OOODB.-IU) 1 Estate and l.o&n8.Aleot Master James W. Harper, of Banyan : always on "
acre of bananas this summer. for-ttv: London and Liverpool and visited relatives here Saturday and Sun CAMERON., Seedsman '
IIr:and Mrs. W. R. Harris took Frt Globe attention,and paid Imperial to the Fire interests Inmiranoe.of non Special resident day returning home Monday via steamerpella. 125 East Bay'St.. JACKSONVILLE FLA. tM t,
j's train from this place to Melbourne,, *. .
here have rented a house and TOBACCO SEED TO. BE GIVEN y -.- ---
they .
C. T. Harper and cousin, J. W. Hasper '
III move op next week for the sumit. Away to any person who will plant II HOTEL CARLETON. MELBOURNE, rLA.-
In Brevard county. Call at the ADVOCATE Beautifully ttiittted on a high; bluff, overlooking visited City Point last Sunday, even jacks-oiiviIle-FertiIizer
office, Tltusvllle, and get some. the Indian River.. Flno.-I... acoom' ing. The Co
rennonable.K
Gardener Want 'l-os tion. Or, send stamp to pay postage. motlatTon,and rate, ROBEUTSON. Proprietor.Mr. here Rev.next Stuart Sunday.Martin will bold service ,

-, and Beatrice Sanders :29.,JS'CnDXjO'VCT'" :> GI-osz'l: 3MCdxi A vox*. (" ;t r
'Inture Eau Gallie.. and Mrs. Tyler, of Fort Pierce, Misses Alice
Gardener ''
thoroughly competent '
town 'visited our little town last Friday. (LATE CHAPMAN A 8UDLOW.)
visitors to our I
of and were pleasant
oranges, pineapples vege- r
bles, wants situation. Married, with. lately. Miss Susie Brown spent from Friday South Jacksonville Florida. itL
Ii children; ten years experience Inorlcla. The sloop Princess Beach took a merry partyto Tennis and croquet are the populargam.s until Sunday evening, visiting In Indian- r
Melbourne Sunday. )
Address MANUFACTURER OFJi+ .
OAKDENEB
people nearly
played by our young
Care ADVOCATE, Alex Near Is doing carpentering work I every day, on the pretty lawns. at ola.Col.. H. J. Tlffln is having. his orangetrees : ra''.
.Tltusvllle, Fla. for the new.lumber mill\ which G.. F. Hotel Carleton. hoed! and fertilized this week. FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and
Paddlson. is about to erect. Atlanta ,
Mrs. Clara D. Maclean left for
Mills Ida Campbell, of Tropic, has been last Monday, but hopes to return :- :
.
Roselarid.r. visiting Mrs..Robert Mathers, returning here In September. Hartford Fire Insurance Agency.We Vegetables, and Dealers in Every Kind of ,Raw Material, ;


) .Soofleld has-been spending several home The Mopdar Union Sunday School plcniced at Messrs. W. C. Barnes, E. Duncan the launch,and beg to announce-that Mr. Gas B. Cotton 'Seed ,Meal, Tobacco Dnst, Kanit, Etc. Also .

'rs In Roseland.. While here H., he Harris was I Melbourne Beach last Friday, the launch Jean Jas.T., for Hogg a trip left down here the on river, to be 'Rumph, ;Jr., of Tltusvllle for the ,Hartford ha been Fire appointed The PaZXL<:>us.nz' .-Timo/s': : :: :8raact. 1,' ''kAmmonia,4
led to Micco to seen Mr. V. agent
Oallle the across. to '
Eau carrying party sure "
They are
several days d
to
ho li1 ill. < Insurance Co. for Brevard county BpercentJ ,
quite Auditor's Clerk Stephens, of the East have a lively time. succeed R. Freeman Hall, removed. Available Fho,,. Acid.,.. . .'. ,8 to 8 per cent> tar. (025.OO Per ''Ton. r
J. Williamson came down from Micco, for favor, Potash K 0. .. .... ,. ,6 to 7 cent )
Coast Line, was ,In town Monday, on Mrs Geo. Brown left last Monday, for Thanking our patron past .I.| ; d' .1 per '.
Tuesday on business. Ha said that railroad business. I a rip to Virginia. I and soliciting for Mr. Humph a continuance Highest Commercial Value given our brand In the last.Bulletin. Write for ,q
r.Harris was somewhat.better. I his ; of the patronage. so liberally bee- Prices Order for 2 tons and upwards for our brands will be delivered free ef all. '
Ex-Gov. Gleaaon returned from Miss May Valentine, of Bayuna plantation I towed freight charge to railroad the East Coast at until :'f ';
M.P. Branch has been down from health Monday. we are any depot on catalogue prices, !' 1
In last
visit to Jacksonville very poor In town
Tillman was
Kespeetf ully, Ac., further notice., I
Ibourne of the 'I.
looking over some, .
be about again.
but is able to
In town KIRK IKS. Co.,
Pierce was TOE HARTFORD
'bourne' here. I Dr. Platt, of Fort I
property.
Mrs'Trentler and'Mhas always Jso. B. McDoNALD, & :
I Kennedy were last Tuesday. His friends here are By "
A. E. Campbell, of Melbourne, was ,entertained at dinner last Sunday by Mr. pleased to see him. Special Agent. ", *1,;
ere looking: over his pineapples. He and Mts. Geo. F. Paddlson Mr. Trout- Tltnsvllle, May IS, 1897. ,' ; 1
turned with a bagful of fine fruit after ler expects to leave for the. north in a Capt. G. O. Gleason,In Ms neat launch Fred'k. S. Morse <
eating quite a numbe of his friends to week so. Eau Gallle, was In town Tuesday the -xTMTTATVTX .
or for
the
me fine samples of the same. I The family of W. R. Roesch have Capt. Coggln. Capt. W. B. Jerome and "Old Having accepted, Brevard agency county, I I ..1// I

Irs.. L. Davis has returned to Wood- moved into town from their homestead. CooL Travis, of Cocoa, were guests at respectfully solicit\ your business. ;"
y,after a short visit here to her parents, They expect to leave for the north Hotel Carleton last Saturday GEO.: B., UCMPH, Jiu REA.d:: :: 'EST.A.TE. : / II'
Ir.and Mrs. D. Cain. shortly. Mrs. Emma Glllls left for New York .. 'j 1.
A Mrs. Glllls\ has been :Jad.o 0<:>. _' ,: .''LORIa A I '
t Roseland party, who spent a night Rev. Mr. Lowder preached to the last Monday. with her sister Mrs. IF YOU NEED Good, Reliable and MHFlorida
the beach recently, said the mo qui. at the Baptist spending some time for D
Methodist congregation Beach.Mies Subscribe '
Widely-read Newspaper"
.
** were bad) but when the sand Hies I Henry Whiting, at Melbourne ; +
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church last Sunday, the services being I the ADVOCATK. AGENT FOR LANDS ,.OP jt
me, he forgot about such trifles as a well attended. Annie Haslehurst will entertain ,4.,'" ':Ii
'
'
''w thousand mosquitoes biting him. absence of two months, at-: tbe club at ber home on Tuesday even- East Coast Railway Company, ;.,.,, < ; ,
After an
Hlsg Katie Cain bas to Micco to' Ohio Mr. Ing, June 8th, at '7:30: to lO::80. 4
gone tending to business duties In Florida Coast Line' Canal A: TrannporUtlon Company, !
wy with Mrs. V. Harris during her I Geo. Hanna bas returned to Eau Oallle. Invitation are out for the weddingsof NEW YORK Boston A: Florida.AlUntlo Coast Land Company. ". M'J'1'
mbands Illness. rejoining his wife and son, who are Miss EdwinA Horton to Mr. W, It. II,

stopping at Hotel Granada. Mr. Hanna Jackson, and Miss Estel'a Horton to Mr. ,T......__. .. ,. ._- -.____ ". .- or .. .. .. '--" -.' A \
;
will find our climate healthy and pleasant E. E. Williams, on jfriday evening May CO
port: Pierce. In summer as well as In the winter 28th! at the residence of Mr. J. H. Phillips TAILORING Awarded Oold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton,1MUO. BtatM and Intonwtloiul Eipomtlon, >&

-. season. at East Melbourne., '

The schooner Queen Capt.McFadden, Dr. Hughlett, of Cocoa, is attendingthe L. O. Dawson and his two' sons, of H.HAii
M In port yesterday.,. little boy of Mr, and Mrs. -?. It. Narrows, were pleasant visitors to oar POPULAR PRICE TAILORS. DEG ,
Hodgson, who Is dangerously ill with town last Monday and Tuesday The ,
Capt Ben}. Hogg has purchased the summer complaint, of which there are Dawson brothers were among the guests
De tusville\ schooner. E;C. L., from several cases In town at present, due, no at Hotel Carletoq Tuesday evening.

aptaln John SlmonlOo., doubt, to the 'unsettled state of the The schooner Queen left here last Sao: and AND BEEF --PRODUCTS.
week or so, which baa We Carry the Largest PORK
The Re, weather the past \
w. c. Barnes and friend, ofeihourne on this(sort of nrday morning for the liabama Island .
arrived here Tuesday, In a been exceptionally severe Capt. f'. McFadden, Mrs. Roy McFaddenand :
'ouch, and left later in the day for down dlsorde/s. little daughter, the Meagre. M. Me- Most Complete Line Hammond; Ind., South Omaha, Neb.. ..

'er pol D ta. Capt. Lovelace: and Engineer Paine' Fadden, W. M. Ely, and Howell Smith, Salesrooms, 231 'Veat Bay St.t Tbo.W. ,Dunk, Manager Jaok onvlU\
Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold hare succeeded Capt. McIntyre.and Engineer made a jolly party for this trip. of Suitings and Trouserings ;

.(pt copal services at the Fort Pierce Phillip on the steamer Courtenay.. a well Mine Emma- Tapper, sister:, to Mrs. Lards Hams and'Belllm.writa'us
Markets l on
tel' this steambobeen. northern home last idfaoclog Rapidly ,
(Friday) evening at 7:30. All known Lovelaceullar wan on Butler, left for her
r*cordially Invited. Monday, Mrs. Butler going with her as in the State
the St Johns river, and until recently Miss Emma bas .,.,, fOr Pr1.oe.,
Parson far as St. Augustine. '
Go.e held the the steamer City
services at Bap- on
officiated as purser Melbourne
't church last Sunday morning and We have will left many warm friend In .. .
acquainted her return again.The ', -- 'u- -7- .
with who hope to see -r
suing to loonebecome
large congregations. favorably Salts lo order $iI ud $20
)tesars McIntyre Annie and -Jessie Goode .. 'tKM''i
X' Misses
I 'Alec. Hogg left for his pineapple Indian River shippers. Miami to take P. Club at Hotel JOS PRINTING: (;
ntatlon at Waveland on Wednesday.here : and charge Phillips of the steamer leave for Santa Lucia. Carleton entertained hut the Tuesday Y. P. evening. assistedby Trousers to Order .-' $4 and. $5' -

[ Is to be a Methodist service here forward daily, Mis Ltllle Robertson Among those flsraple sent by mail ; ;
' Otter part of this week. Pineapple shipments go 1..t. '*; present w* noticed If Is. Dora Breeze, of OF ALL KINDS ,'
but are coming la slowly the )I.un.A. J. Gilbert, Enaeat 1 : I
The ,
W. C. nttte later onfrom Coqnlna; YORK TAtLORINU'MI'AN'Y., .
T. U. will have their'meet- a NEW \
expected .
are Oallle the :.
abipments Joe Mills, of Eau
'
.
It and Taylor Executed at the .l ;
at10ally Sunday morning' next. All Merritts Islands There peninsula seems to Messr Dawson, of Narrow: the Mis*** 1(0.17 East By Street,' :. ,. ,".'t'I':' Invited.:: ''
Banana river poiDta. northboundfretJht Allle Nicholson, Helen Miller, AnnieHastehnrst PRINTING' ;
the onvUle. -.jFlorida. ADVOCATE
WM be aD imp..loo Cbat Moll!* Nicholson\ Jennie J ack '
1nlto a tttu iclt nint at C. B/ lays ',," ,
oepot on Tuesday evening aa the train on the F. E. 1/1 -.,' :::' "' ;' '-., ( g'

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'yo. THE- CABBAGE. PALMETTO MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. Florida East Coast RyTim.

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Headache
Sick
: TREE'o Florida, New York T kl. M*. 9.; tS CffM* April ,14. 1x91.

o Philadelphia and Boston.

p Fences and '\VIDdb Rklll. Permanently Cured"I acting troy BroiwwUk, Oa., airwet to New' York. SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down). NORTH, BOUND iRe"dL'Pl.
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SKItYICB.LT. TOB? p //U ; o,.
As I have found talks with our FA88EMOEB .... Jacksonville Ar. 6 > by ray Boatel i4f16p LvAr.i >p Mlua
rK was troubled a long time, with i.tj Via Femandlna F. C. & P. R,. and Cumberland AI' =: a.. .S0. A"o.Unj... .. .LV. 126p q ? -..
t til ). ,; Citizens on this subject, that 10 many sick headache. It was usually ac- J.y JacklODvllle ..UI Daft m'( Lv. lI'emandlna 8aud. l.au p ml ...... MM t0 Sue ., .., B16p. ,. .Lv.. .Jilt. AojrunUuu.. ,..,Ar. 491{, ., qe

have never giren It. thought, and are Bnpinewlox 1I.ao pin. .xoep'and tIO .. .. llUHa ... .:.....". ns>P.Islka.a( : : '" / /Nip! .
companfed with severe pains In the .".all Arlljtron .& P. 7.ym Iknll.LFaasenge i i ."Frst / : ,;
if: Yen very Ignorant u to the great value temples and sickness at the stom uvUle ..00 pili; ..Th&reday.. m. :. 11 11 *MMHOOa* .::::: .: .... An.. ..,. ....+,.. 44; .:.::. :
\ allowed, OD board lor copper ..e.1v.., .,.,Pat.tke..Ar. I L{> ,,. .....
t,+ t1 and pOHsibllitles of this very abundant ach. I tried.a good many remediesrecommended :::-. I ..: ..., Ar!... ..Ern M.teo........,Lv. a ivy. .
:
.
III 1 growth of our forest to the agriculture for -, FfOIOSED5AILitG r ..::11. .. :: Lv. :. .E.nM.t.o.Ar.d..,..,....Ar. !5tLp.-Lv.T :.

prosperity( of our whole state, I believe this complaint ; but .New York,l'Ierlll E.B.,OOf.: m., Standard Time.) Lv.Bmnawlck. M.l.. ...//.. .., > ,'Purtbraaf. ........ 'IIISU,.$? ....
"
I ij) F I It sill not be out of placo now to write it not until be- ......... ............:.Frlda T.d 30 ..... u. .. .*. ,. M ,,
was prld.ydPr.la.y....,............ ............COARADO. -..M................ PST t .. .. N.... N w ae. slap
......'.. ..
.. .. 6IItANDB. p. ,
.... ..RIO 'Frlda'1' ,
j tHU article. gan takingAVER'S IMd.yApe.80./ ,. ... ........................ )III Y J. 1 .. .::: '
7..............................COLORADO. 2JFriW. ..Tltu.etlls. 66
H ',X will endeavor to deal with the subject S. 5 Friday., )la May, I.................... ....... ...JUO OIUoNDIII........-......,................Frida"FrIda,.', ;M'Ma",lISFrIda" $. ... .. .....,... Pom.. .... b .
....... ......... .... .. .......... s sj$ .
i 14 +1 ''t In a'plain, practical way, and It ]I M." ::11...............................COLORA.DO. : is. ,000e ......

7 ; tiould tell a great many'what they already Pills; that I received A.P.For MURPHY R'lneraJ,..nfotmation gent J'ernandloa.tamers,Fl..trains. Cl1AS.rtes' i.1.AYIFaA"nRWWIck.O.ep6,220 tan mvrallrod: W.Bay.a. aqeirtor St.Jacluioovnk.H. to is.M?.;. ... ....V. x N'....".......{.,:aaMM.ukslrllis................,.,'"N J ,;
'
ih1iur know, they will doubtlesa pardon ..:anything like vpenna4. O.H.MALLORY. }l RAYMOND Oenenl,Agent Genei'll,Flee l Sotltb.1'D 90.E.River AgeD',,aDd 804 Bwal,N. Y. .:::, IKeOa...... .. ,:.dRos.l.s&......... .
,
i \ me, when I tell them that I found, onevbo'dldn't ( nent.bene t. A single ... pp ..1..I. ,........y.t4.b tt..t : M .. ...... 1 N.
know that the ; did the work ...... 146* ..
< ? ? cabbage palmetto ,box of ,these pills. .. .. ; .. .:..... Fl ree ... tM* .
-'
propagated ,itself entirely from tor me, and lam pow a well man." WD. fOOs vvr4 a.......u.... .. .
i eed ,thinking probably) made Its increase C. II.. IIVTCHING8 East Auburn Me. :::": .. .. : ... 1 20 .::: .:::JN."ee ..... .... sits..:.:. .. la
e 4r. ....., .: a 40aTlli .... .... Ntu.r1.......... 14.11 ...... ,.... In
like the 'banana, by throwing 'For.the rapid cure of Constipation ...... .. ... .... .1. : Ile!............ "N I BAR ':.,.. .., 1"

( I I up suckers from the old bulbs. Notwithstanding ;. ?Dyspepsia, Biliousness. ,Kan. t llewp ..... ...... .$SH ia**> :..:,...HolMl w..t Jupiter,.....:. a* l.la :....... .....' II IKtvI.r.

I this, he was a"very Intellli sea, and all disorders of Stemacb, ::.... ... : ..... :,... v/9. .:.. ... ., III
.. 100. Ar..Wwi. Peim E.e. .....Lv. I 24.
I .
d V gentleman well calculated to inform Liver, and Bowels takeIYER'S I. lop..1. .. lAdo. .

I : gent n.. S&Sp.,..... 9Mp.116p M : ..lbr$ la.derJ.1. .:,. S47Wl /1 11t1 1p

j : himself' upon subjects he became ate :. io 20p ..JUenu Olty.... SOIHk 1wan'
1 I. 'r r interested In, and that were In his line. .:. 10 Sup Ar... HI*mi... ...Lv. I Ntei... t I
,
Ili ,'N He was act a farmer, though, but .herr A.a W. BRANCH. Trat.e 4., M n' mmt n te lw... I
wmvllle I was ,, the sort of, man that appreciated N o... ". .. "STOrTOOTT NO'_5. O; 4. Trata SO*. tMlwem Ulanl a, 4
+ them;and It rather* encouraged me to C ; i; ; ..,..A '. lisp I 62iP luroB daily, .'".p. ndo'ilspiOTlliatlfnraro. .
it SO yF'ei 9 001', II -.'L..LaIa.Helen..Lv i l! 80p UpP Tntla Uiit, Imtwe** port Pi....
\\f find him ready for farmer'' to teach him tr. S lip 11 icte: Lv..Orange City..Lv. I! 8 Hp Miami dally, .._ .* Wuxlar..
8 ttp TraIn of aad 78-uutk' of St.
something and If I this subject.. before S Up 11 W. I'.Or..r.Clt7..Lv.li1ICOp. .... IW"CITY
i put _>Kedal and Diploma at World's ?alr. 1 .' tine U lly. e i | t SnadWy. _
11 1 f fellow-citizens in a way that It I

} "' 1 will start my this great ball to rolling, will, Ask roW draggltl 'for Aytfi Saraaparllta.( I cy1NcFSAFETY Th. ..... .Id..Whe.l s"' ........

t !' ) In ten to twenty years from now find our OF KEY WEST'

; net-work of lines of
country m great :

!t i e ( cabbage palmetto fences, rooted firmly greatest qualities of this fence Is that 18 ,... ited to P.rfor a Berrloe M follewocIMVO
i when it attain. a height of ten feet (and .
fa soil that 'only asks that we do our
f Is trimmed taloely), which it will do In as MIAMI 11:M p.m. Wda.day..4 SMurdays.i
I lI part toward the great ,work; if so, you many years (I mean the trunk wilt be Arrive XII!' WEST 1::00.p. m. Thursdays.* lIuc1aA

may lay a good deal to the credit of this that high, "while the fans will reach three Wan KIT WBST 1:10 p. a*. Tueda71 u 4 1'1'I...,...

+ man's frankness admitting be did not to live test above that), It will then ,b. Arrive MIAMI 4:M<< a. m. Wednesdays oil Satal'lla7lo
difficult for persons to get over withoutthe
sat know that. aid of ladders and this dlfflenlty will J. P.IUDuA W uti. J. D:RABNEa.. .

Prepare ground wherever ,you want be Increased as the trees grow older. Tramo Manag.. St. Aapattae, J'Ia.The ......Gea. r-ea..

r Jour permanent lines. of cabbage, palmetto Every Florida-raised bo,,. who has

fence or windbreak! fr;or 6 feet climbed the slim symmetrical palmettotree


1 r; Whig In width careful, Just to as have you center would of for prepared corn, be- could which, has he do been could it without charmed hold, and any with wondered branches the ease why he to COMFORT I QUICK TIME 1 LOW'' RATES Florid (jentral & peninsular! |Railro[


trip.exactly: where you'want the line of until he attempted to come down, when v1 to

tree to be; plow out the drill on this. he painfully learned the reason. The :TlBHMt f Cuisine and.."1...; Mo Trsnsf.r r between JawluoatvUte Mid New. Vo"-".. Florida and all Nortl-ern Points.
trunk. of the isi of tbe following Handsome New Steel Steamer t' Short Line between
palmetto entirely composed The Fleetls composed
1 ; line Just as you would fur a row o( corn; of fibre with sharp point., mostlysticking Everett, Savannah, Augusta Ga., Columbia, WashIngton, B

t'' '' drop seed 13 Inches apart/ three to four Upward, that take to the flesh "Comanche" (new), "Algonquin "Irwiiiols," "Ctorokw, "Seminole.." tlmore, Philadelphia, New 'York Nashville Boston and Louiwille the'\ ast.ClnclKvereftl'BirnilngharD

In the hill so as to be lure'to get a regular with astonishing ease, causing 41se8le. .Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga",. ,

stand and then cover,' being care Orange grove, pineapple plantation, North-Bound. ana
Rook t Kansas
Little City
1 1 J ful to leave the furrow not quite filled, melon patch and other fruit owners to sail according to the till. Holly Springs,.Memphis, ,

a ; _0"hen It rains It will collect and spak; throughout our state having fences of From JACKBWV1LLM FLA., (caning at Charleston), Sundays, TneedaysandTknradsye.From .. Louis, Chicago, Sioux City. '
rr CHARLESTON, ft. C., Monday, Hiver Pensacola Mobile New Orleans Texas, xloo, Califoi.!
I down to th8'l8ed, which should be done this kind would rarely be troubled with Clyde Lln" Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papers. Junction '
'. with a hoe. If .planting is done on .a renpanBeri, as the, latter would soon For Your of sailing see and the Pacific Coast. Effective JJ.a1',10' J8OT.N0w .

;4+ large scale a good hand with plow) can )earn to climb over such a fence. It I Is South-Bound. York Zap.....No. 38, leave J
l 1 cover wits two furrows, running loft not so much the loss of the fruit by these Steamer are appointed to call from Pier 29,East River, Nsw York, at I p. m., a* follow town vllle 8lS: a. m., dally, with Through Wash Pull.rt.aa !

aide of small turn-plow. to drill which thoughtless> persons that hurts us, as For ;8.C. .. Monday. Wednesdays and and Frktaye.For g M R. Baltimore Sleeper for, Philade Savannah Columbia York
; Monday, Wednesday Fridays.
will leave it lower just over toe seed that they try to destroy the source from JACKSUNy1LIEFL&canngatCharleston( ) Y 0 Eastern point Connects for Zero
'
drill. If usual amount of rain Is had which they obtain it, like as If they did Boston and Jacksonville-DIRECT LINE, (Freight onl,.) .5 g l5.; Arrive.Jacksonville 9410p.m.:

1 bete sued will come up In about .amonth lot care whether the tree bore more (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) '" 1 T. New. 'York Fast Mall No. SB,"
and If It to be dry the fruit or nut breaking down and cutting daily for Mine i
i 4T happens STEAMERS 6110. W. CLYDE" AND. "DELAWARE," u ACON Jacksonville: p. m.
+ aced will keep good In the ground till off limbs as though It cost. nothing to are appointed to sail a* follow i ;1: .1 a.4ANN em point York.Carrie No.through 86 arrive Sleepers Jack. J"'
rain comes., By December the seed are grow them. From toot of Hogan Street,Jacksonville, :From Lewls' w..JiCllton, t + v vllle 9:10a.to m.Cincinnati New.
,I II!< aufflolently ripe to germinate, and planting I have tried to show how we can plant ,THUnaDA YS. FBIDAY8.Clyde's o a -

may be done at any time from then and grow cabbage palmetto tree fences V p and Jacksonville No 39, ,
until 1st of .:March, at which time the and windbreaks from the seed, but,It I a, # Jacksonville 7-OO p m.,via, Everett Macon" ,j
g1 robbins and crows some In great numbers can be done as well by setting out young I St. John River Line., d 1 ,,p Ian ta. Chattanooga, Connects for Ix>u'"nNashville

t} and eat up these palmetto berries plants, when some time would be gained, F .w. and 8t Louis point, Cbioafto Returning and train all foil i
0 western
,which makes their getting after that which would compensate for the extra t oy a Jacksonville a. m.
t I r time tedious. If you undertake to gather labor required. Those who would be (DE BART LINK:) ,eA .. ISONYfIE(

y i .I and keep these seed over there Is a able to bear the expense: of setting out The Elegant Iron Sldewbeel SteamerOITY'OF p e.w.rwa -Trench- Pullman I

worm that eats them till nothing Is loft urge trees would derive the same benefit JACKSONVILLE. at P .ac Car Ahevlll service for Kouta.Cincinnati via Bavaunah.C

dJ but the null, i consequently planting that would be enjoyed by planting CAMt. W. A. SHAW. aDAS?r,. .d 0550 bla,Asheville Hot Sprinn, Kforvllle nor
should be done within above time. seed or plants. after ten yen us and If cares lit appointed to sail as follow tLeav e' the Celebrated Mountain Country of II
cabbage '- *:M p m, Sundays and Thursday* for Palatka, d N Carolina. Leave Jacksonville. 7.00 p aY '
When plants have four to five i taken not to Injure the they Joe
got up Sanford.Ents twine and Intermediate, landing on the"". '. Hlver. a r r'e a ,. b Ives Cincinnati 7.4O a. m. Returning 11II
di Inches high thin out leaving the best live very well; then you have the benefitIn Leave Sanford ace a.in., Monday, Wednesday" and Friday for Jacksonville.' Jacksonville .JO a m.
I one to grow, and cultivate as you would the beginning, but coat Is considerable S.Qrrw.r. .
for three then the but where trees are convenient s.twe -
I a corn crop years, ; BOUT BOUND. 8CHEDULB. NORTH '
g work Is done and In two more years you It would, I believe cost less In the long Read daNRI Red up. w .t Only XJn. Throw h the Bean Itnt ,

will have a ll"e\ growing cabbage palmetto run than many fences that are nut near Leave 8.30 p. m. ............Jaokeonv Ile....... .......... ..... Arrive 11.110 a. m. d h Country of Middle flarlda Jacksonville, rensajola: 'a
; fence \least .7 feet in height, as effectual. .. 8.403 p. m. .................... .......I'alatka........,.:,................ Leave 8.00 p. m. "' r. EwMunbla Bar; ,. Leave Madlnon, "ODTalhwIUI.ee. *.
k Live Oak.
all 1 In where timber fences established 8.00 a. m. ........... '... .....\... .. Astor.....................,....... Boo p. m. Isp of sir i 1 for Lake City, Junction Fen col.., W
1 completely turning domestic liveStock oases are ..30 a. m. ....,............ .....S,. J'rancl............................ J.30 a. m. FLORIDA CENTRXL River southwest, Memlnvif "'
I Including the penetrating and seed or young plants could be 5.80.. m............... .....1....... Bar.lord" ............:............. a 1:1.00: noon v v New Orleans,and the Coast. Cards al7ENIMYLAII ""
'persistent plney-woods pig! and It Is planted near them and cared for to era a. m. .........................8Iue 8prlnp..;...........;.....:...... llso a. m. aad Cl.-' ( and the Pacific I:1\1I..m.
P meanwhile growing and making\ Its proportions come on and take their places When ArrIve.. ego a. m. ..............n..........Sanford ............................. "" em a. w. R.R.CMntctlon No. I arrive Jacksonville :
... Enterprise 9.30
j for one of the best windbreaks we establish these palmetto fences they 9,21 m. : ...::so.. .. : :: m aid *. -
I ............ ........ ... ) I M4.'w "r" Starki.B
Bk SBBBIBIIl Jacksonville for
known to we wind-shaken Florida coast- would be a thing of great usefulness and Sri pL0 upA Leaves 9:W L.m.Oamesvul- "

''li" eels It will be seen that the 2* to 8 feet beauty for centuries, und those that are Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204: W. Bay'St., Jacksonville. ..... .. 5.r'. OA Key thorn, WUdwood.Silver Spring.Leo.bur Ocala:,, Tavan.
N.
S ,III" I that Is cleared on each side the plants to play their part In this country's future 1. Orlando Laoooohee, Dade City 'lUI
1 admits of cultivating with plow or cultivator will have one of the greatest monuments Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville:18 p.m.

t'e"' consequently very little band- left them of our foresight and 9.A.LK LIB,Snpt. Jno. L.HOWABD,Fla. Fr't Act: F.M.IaeeeososaJa.Via.Pass.Agt. NASHVILLE ROUTK-Thronch Pullman Sleeper. Via"verete. Macon, Atlantt.]
"
4'' _ hoeing will be needed) and If lands are wisdom that we could wish, it seems to JACKSONYILLE.FLA. 9.00 Chattanoog. arrive Leave Jacksonville Nasnvllle 7.00 next p. m. Leave N'
Jacksonville 8:10
11''lht' such, that fertilisers are needed, they md. There Is no loss by decay and TBBO.O.EGG_,T.M., W. H. WARBBBTOX,E.P.A., M.H.CITD,A.T.M. tai.)m.-Leara Jacksonville for D Brunswick by: the Cumberland Route steamer and,

,I J can be easily applied, and you are keepIng when one of our gales come we will not a BOWLING GREEN NEW YORK. be8113 Sound. .

up a good lino of forest fire protection have to go around to see If our fences WM. P. CLTDK a CO., General Ar nU, quicke:40: : -
as well. are standing; and when on lands that II .. .* Oreen.'N...., York. I 1. Bo. DvUwar. A.Philadelphia' F M.-Kor!Tampa and Intermediate point._Pullman leeper ArriveJaokonvine.. : *'

'41' After this, If you should want to pre. are subject to overflow the water may Through Sleeper for Cincinnati via Asheville, leave Jacksonville. at 7.00 p. m. arrivMM <
+ serve Its efficiency as a wind-break Ise and run over IU tops but when the Vllle 1.40 p.m.,arrive*Cincinnati 1A a. m..
For Maoon. Atlanta two Train VAtJ,. Leave Jacksonville 8:15 a, m.and 7.00: p.m.
which doubt will all it asks 01 water subsides the fence would be stand-
i
you no ; :.- SUMMER RATES to Excursion!: Point*.-In effect June 1st. I 11rullman
i I l aG YOU then Is to give your close companionship I Ing there to still do Its work of confining Parlor car between Jacksonville and Tamp
r every Janunry, by carefully breakIng live stock as effectually) as ever' and ta; 8end tor BestIndexedTownship Map of FloVldm to
oU and raking up all the dead fans would grow on. Forest fires only do it Southern N. PENN1NOTON; A. O. :MACDONELL, J

which are well worth the trouble of temporary damage, and In a year or two -sa, Traffic Manager. General Passenger

gathering up and hauling )Into the barn. It would take close examination. to find

yard for litter, or on the grove or any any defect from It.
.J I where upon your lands where will be I will now conclude by saying that its Railway. The Trunk Line. .
out of danger of fire unill it rots for something worth us trying to have, Tropical
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I S; fertilizer This yearly cleaning warrant and Leak every farmer fruit grower ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST RODTE.XBBOXTOH
I al;; against loss by fire, .of its useful. gardener stock man, railway man and .
noun for this purpose. all our citizens throughout the entire Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West RailwaJ

1 When the trees reach the State, let their Interest be In town or FUXXXAir\ DRAWING :BOOK OARS DININO OAR JOSEPH Receiver.
nodding' their boots or stem bases, country, to aid in this effort to bring the H. DTJRKEE,

(which when they are standing out noble cabbage palmetto Into serving this i.. .THOBOTTOHTAHH: OOAOHES, VI8TIBTJXED TRAINS. SOUTH -NOItTno. -

1 tilngly does not take place under 30 years mrpose for which it Is so well adapted No.9 No. 21. JSo.23 Time Table In Effect Feb. 1. '9T. liO.3'.I.. No. a I0.

) and .tbelr hard, trunk stage Is b1 making himself a committee of one ..."... l'iald -lillOI' 4b' Ly..JACK80NVILLE..Ar: 730im etopm I 1 I

readied the space between them that to address his representative !In the NORTH EAST AND WEST. ::::::.: ::1' 966a. Orange Park... "'''':'' Ilium e12p"eMPmgb:

I .baa been previously filled by the stems. }uesent legislature by postal card or ..:..... M oW'y 9m& ., ., .. ,.. eOfla... .........e. .....:.... ..64051UandFri ........ "
and boots will be 8 to 8 inches In width letter, asking him to see that an act Is 92t. bt3pmC
.
; lOtep .. .OrenCa"veEpring...;:. ..: IOUm
x ;l : ,'the trees will be 10 to M inches In diameter paused during' this term making the TWO. DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE EAST. ::::::;: :::::::: .. ..Bostwlck. ". .. ... .......... ..la""

} according to their thrift.. cabbage palmetto tree fence a legal ............:.. 10 :lOa 1190: igiOn .. .... ..... ..Palatk....,"..,'S'.,.. ,... ... a00am t29&m& "
Southwest-ern 11 lea l2ot 108.4 ,....., atsuma...... .,... .., 428am I'
rabbit fence has become sufficiently
if and fence It
Then a pig-proof wherever ..... ..
Washington and It6e I2J9a 10444. ...Pomona....... ... .. ... .t4am
,Is still wanted. It can be had by cutting dense at ground to turn pigs and attained ;- ........ 13 IIlp Jl: 101lOa.'...".....;...;.:":..ctI'tCltyJuDctlol8118am 4oepm .la

I 1x4 or 1x6 inch boards 3 to ill feet long, a height of 7 feet above ground c' And the United States Fast Mall. ,............... lOOp U: SOa II 42.J'1a: ..,.."""......88vlll..... ...).... ... 888am UI&m& 1111

sharpened and driven Into the ground; 'I o top of fans,' which will men turn any ......... 'lOap lenp J3IIa 149&1/4ap.II ..................l..>.er.-n. Oleuw Springs.od ....,....,.....,........ II M.m :08 Pm1/1.11-

rS sw i1 then use small galvanized wire, by startIng ;- kind of domestic stock, to which state OSLY 31 HOURS 7AGK80V7ILLE TO WASHINGTON: ............... .00 I' :lOBa III 00ppAe... ........ltereatord............... 480am .....
'' .. .. ft..pm.
I + one on each side of the line, weaving It can be grown In five years from time ... .30p I ... ..... "I' ..' .... '
i : .
# .t. .. .. II I'J .l>el.and.... ,.... ( :.... 912pm. ,
in over the ends of boards,' pressing of planting the seed 18 Inches apart ........ ... ::...... ,.1 lIlT L :::: :: nHam. .
'' + '). down and drawing tightly as accessary.If asking. that severe penalty be embodied TORelldv ........ ........ .. . .. 44OpAr..TITUStILLE. :';..:J. .Lv tlOOllalll.

tai poultry to be confined use. longer 10 the act fur punishment by fine or Ira- .: :::::f' ....:.... .:::. ..... ... ........Pao4.....:::::::::..., ...... ..... :,
1, boards, say 6 to 8 feet, and weave wire discretion| at hard labor or both at the lag Hare iMCk wtthoai. shop W WaU.>(...Aele..re. K.... Vtm- ::....:: :: ::::: :;::::. ....!V .........M&Effent0. ......;...... .. ., ... .... .4IIam :. .

Y 7S. .. over ends :a to 3 Inches from top and of the judge, for any person FkUt'Mlpkla.Mew Yak sad UM ...*. ...........: ... .' "aM2lop.400P ...... ..... Dora..s..1........... .. .... e3Oam.,'"-
sl have them. The close observer will these trees the lands of .. l120p 800 : .. ... ..
l I you molesting upon ........ ........ .... ............. 138am .
I S. readily see that it will confine poultry at another, in anyway to disfigure or des- ......... ........ .... .:....... S.ntordpa ...... ..... .....
.; nearly as early stage as It will live stock troy the cabbage palmetto tree wherever THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN ........ .... .. 420 a I !lOp ........" .......WInter Park..,......?.... 14e6m -.
rl..do...... ........ 12011pm "
..... .. .. ?
i by trimming fans and stems oft the sides found growing line for of JACKSON .. ;; .
purposes ILLE AND NASHVILLE. ........ ........ ../0twmee.. ......... ... ..
thereby forming a vertical wall 7 to 9 usefulness or ornament or any ,purpose ......... .... .. :(;..... ......Barto.Jo..Lv. : J04ll1" '" .
1 a rF feet high, which will be a constant master whatsoever.I ...... .. ......:: tM&.noa 3. .. ..:takeland. ............ T9epm i016a" .
Sleeping .
Il Through Cars Dally Jacksonville to ........ .... JOp. .. !'& ....... .. '.' 0"
of the situation If trimming oft the hope yon will readily see the great ........ .. .. .. ., .3IIaUI\fIj>. ...,.......& ...:. ....:.......:..... ....Lv 416 p m tamp s
$j fans Is attended to every two or three advantages to be had by timely and 4 Cincinnati via Asheville Through the ..... .. .. .. .... 'sins 1403 e ... ... ..... Tamp........... ..Lv fillip m 11.tl20a 196 m..
el months till the trunks !get up sufficiently roper of the growing of ...... a IlIIOjo .. .. am... Bay RoteJ. .. 139 p m, 141ri. ...
1
high to make It he cabbage palmetto tree for fences and LAND OF THE SKY." .......: Man and Than III I13Up .:.......,. Pore Tampa........::.Lv 1 T JO P IIITba"" sad
( unnecessary. IIOjo ........ loop/ \
........ T.... .PoreTtunpa..r : .......d\Ol-
r S S |f It Is desired to have fence to occupy windbreaks, and express your approvalof .... ... Wwf&and"rI"a Eat.y. 8/1C'jo AI"..... .,Key _........ ...Lv 99opm Iw. and P4
m narrow space, and Its ornamental qualities It by' card or letter as asked above Fee.WJe4 taarn.4ea sa to .N.s. ........ .. ssv teisna..le, ..... aftIIrL.A. w .DnaAr.....,........Havana..L. J230PIII =--
much Improved, this can be done by and have an act passed favoring ,1'A 1Ia7..IJo 5m B4u.W'.Yh.8&l&eaa.--- : :..1 i1). t euada",
.......
fane and number of this article t\sad a115.cle1't 4 Tbnou .
stems off
trimming each outer papers containing 1.a t limaq Butret 81eeplnc C....
side with a good sharp bush ax withoutlnjurlnghe will be sent on to Tallahassee and t think $mXAlr'lostd. Par At. III Wed Bay Sweatt. Jaek.e.vilk lie' 7T1i nut n.1Ond'18 COlI 11e V&I& !> : .."'wasleh i Parlor('an Arlo t"..-."crllte.ad k1edP'"
BDC
" .. growth of the trees. This to jps'pnt.on the. postal card "We I. .. OVLP. w. A. _lIaM poill"on \be Indian'L.'Ptu"We. __w .SU
.will serve to make the trees cabbage palmetto fence and) windbreak TUtE 1. E Jm1rIor. Train air kerngJack.onilla| at ll.6; &
j grow more want .... .... ...... : 0caIa dally a'1:30: > a m.Brtvee a* { j1:
erect.t and when trimming Is done It *", would be sufficient so all rea-, Go .......-.D.G. ....... ....1'4ft.' .. arNsuO.kl.o 1:4111' .H>?" '>r*;81.: BioOknUh 1:"_... m. tntn 1e.,1ntrJaekroavdN ... *

should be on both'aide. In order to keep pond and we will have them la due time. .... ... .. -. .- A.--... ...8'-A& CA'f0 4aea.m.L.eaN.k.:.30 a. m.. daUl except. :Bund.j arpot) Spring>:M p.m.. <<"
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them properly balanced. One of the -
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. MAY 28, 1897. T


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rETITION FOR LICENSE. W ,J Tucker W L J T Shining I binding object of the T. S. l, to 'form a What We InheritWe Spring and Slimmer Resorts on the East Coast R'y, .

-' G Tucker nucleus of a Universal Brotherhood."It .r

1M onorable Board,County Comionera W T lIayeBL all depends upon what you have are not to blame for. We cannot

Brewrd County, Ha. John A St.apleton, A C Pitta og read. You will have beard that Theosophy be held responsible for the dispositions The Florida East Coast Railway to Miami." The Miami A Key West Steamship. /
the undersigned, W. J. and tendencies which we derive from i;\
Jno Line to Key West.
consists In a belief in Mahatmas,
peon wishing to ell liquora, wlnesJta J W Taylor Taefor onr ancestors, nor are we responsible for i
Election District Number 9, C Alex A Ktytt'shaw and they are supposed. to be spooks.You ; the germs of disease which may. manifest KEY WEST-Hotel Key' West, $4 and upward, special weekly and commercialr

Brevard, County, State of Florida| G W De pew Chas 11 Benson will have read of Illustrated lectures themselves in our blood as heritage .tes. Open entire year. A. M. Taylor, Manager. Ueneral offices: !/ t. Augustine. )It

r apply to your Honorable Body titdoee : E F O'Neill trying to show that Theosophy from former generations. But we are C. B. KNOTT, .1

treb1 beer to sell such district liquor., T W lIardee P E Poul'nelle consists In a belief In auras. We do not responsible If we allow these germs to General, Superintendent Florida East Coast Hotel System. ,\\J
end in said election G 8 Tucker develop into serious diseases which will
l your Honorable Body to grant T R CaIn J W McLeanE concern ourselves with auras, but only Impair. our usefulness and destroy .our i
d I pray to make such aale" S Fowler with Universal Brotherhood. But then, happiness We are responsible If we {

a permit r RespectfullY,' W. J. TUCKER. G W Smith C J Gwll1 it may be said, how about the School for transmit to our descendants the disease 1'i

Dated May 19, 18U7. his x mark M J Cooper the Revival of the Lost Mysteries of germs! which it Is possible for us to erad- Travelers I H ote ;{
Sam Mitchell Howdy Jones Antiquity P Are not auras and suchlike icate by the use of Hood's Sarsaparllla,
undersigned, being ti majority his x mark Wllllllm James going to be taught there P I do not the one true blood purifier. This medicine ,! .
We, the C n Wilson but ban )power to.wake rich, red blood Jacksonville Fla.
voters of election dis0 J W nnwzeBtnj. with authority on this point Bay Street, ,- ,
registered Mink teaclrlngeput } and establish health in place of
r the Brevard county, Florida, Wright you will find that the perfect
rte No.respectfully fl f I concur In the above Thomas DardIs Benj Wright forward in that school Will also be disease. This hotel Is now under new management, and baa been thoroughly renovated'

! most and ask t.hat.the, permit. bo J W I10wllc on a common-sense basis; and I can assure throughout. j
ppllcatlon, Richard Once C II Wilson t you that the blind credulity of people
all
ranted as prayed for.. Thomas Dardis will never ba appealed to. I hold it _The AHVOCATK is the lal'gf'stweekly' Bus meets all Trains and Electric Cars pass door. Hath rooms and i '

Fort Pierce, Fla. John Llveston 1\1 Santorort something wrong and contrary to the all-home-print newspaper published) on Conveniences on every floor.

NAMES: : WITNESSES \ his x mark W II heard best interests of humanity to come 'before the East Coast between Miami and OPEN ALL THE YEAR '
J S Ben T G LAllhley J E Putter an audience and ask them to be- I Jacksonville, and we hope our East t'I!
oho p Cook (1. Tucker r _T11 Andrews lieve something on one's mere authority.It Const merchants will give us their support Ratesi: Amettoan. Plan, {id to U,50: ; European, 60ft to $1. Special, by tho week. .
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Bell --ll\rbfn\ .. does not help us to think for ourselves so that wo can make it ten pages Mrs. FINLEY, Proprietress. ,
leI J S BullS and that Is what we want peopleto Instead of eight.AGENTS$26. \
W T IIarbln AN: UNCONSCIOUS TIIEOSO- do. It Is man's privilege and duty to ..
.Boll Alex Bell think for himself, and until he exercises !i '
P1IIST.TITUSVILI.E fltffif
Meriwether Alex Bull that privilege he remains In-let us call : to $30 per week easy. == t'I'", It
J S Bell It-the vegetable! kingdom. Now, bow You work right around home. A brand I. v M h b..
AGSpier May 20, 1897. aooll I."brotberbood; for that has been new thing. Write to us quick You = fll: -.t: a ro:; /

Byer8 G S Tucker Editor Advocate: t the essence of our message to all nations. will be surprised at how easily it cnn be ia: I.j '1

head Doc II Martin 1 What Is the greatest barrier to brother done. Send us your address \ ].s 11ao ..
Ichard G Tucker The series of articles recently appearing hood to-day ? It seems to me its great- It will be to your Interest to investigate. ( II Q

Mitchell Doc II Martin In your paper, entitled "Theosophy," est enemy la intolerance among religions Write to-tll\Y. Address! ."People's," E 11 I' a 1 ai' ;, e uo

has his x mark. G Tucker shows how a mind, searching Independently bodies. In the first place we have to 8041 Market St., Philadelphia, Pa.WANTED i l. II *'
look for truth and in the Record place, '
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W W IlRnklnsDB ; Wfllf
Rlchard8 drifts nttturnlly into the pooltfon -
hankies Instead of looking for differences, we !
o B Parker which is the motto. of the Theosophical have to look for similarities, for points II !
LSmitb MEN OR
G 8 Tucker Society. of contact and unity. We have to do FAITHFUL I(; :
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travel for k' b
to responsible i ( 1
Rtll n B Hankins ."Tltere Is no religion, higher than away with this disintegrating force In =: 1"/7,,
a established house In Florida. Salary
for
which Is
natures
our always looking
C G 8 Tucker truth." of difference and take that f7t*> and expenses. Position perman \ : !
R S McNair points up = 'yt
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3oCollum[ G Tucker I It.In unpleasant, as our friend says, to broader line which looks for similarities.And ent. [Reference. Enclose self-addressed ; a'

Bowman D B IIa.nklns have our beliefs upset and our theological so It Is with a man. It Is Impossible stamped envelope. The National, Star 4 1alii

pencer ,G-8 Tucker' nou'ona and habits of thought turned for ns to bring about oven nucleus Insurance Bldg., Chicago. .
of brotherhood until we have gotten a !
II B hankies 1 :
amuol Porter "topsy turvy," but science will not hold his
his mark G S TuckerCStaples few people to judge man, not by .. .
x J R Carter her ruthless hand, and it Is because body, still less by his clothes, but by his : $ M I w .

.. Lewis Lawrence Theosophy Is a sclou'tlflo religion, and.a soul and heart." *)
Lewis religious science that it to such Finally, as "every man, woman and The Swannanoa. iKr
appeals
B arter ,
Lawrence child on this earth of ours who are willing ; '
J 0 minds as Edison, Faure, Ignatius Don- ii IS fc
H B I1anklns to work for the brotherhood of man, II : } Jn;
S Spencer G tI Taker elly and Flower; late editor of the Arena of humanity, III a member of the Theosophical ASIIEVILLE, N. C.

Chas II Belle all of whom are Theosophists; and would Society, whether beholds a' 9 l ':'fI' ,
Hart.tone diploma or not, I claim your valued IP i i
Lewis Lawrence to did he : '
appeal
your correspondent is at modest and unobtrusive,
correspondent a Theosophist THOUGH :
: s
n. S Mohair'F ; !__ heard: 1
V Favor )
fully understand It, for most of his hotel In \
propositions mm conducted
W., S..kmanF.n___ __ and wouiu lJ"rUIJ'I"YIrKU there Is no better 1 ;.J -!]
m are pure Theosophy.To others of earnest, seeking minds, to rend Asheville The popularity of The Swan
II B Hanklns
;BSmith Walter hankies begin with, It is Impossible for a some !good Theosophical literature notably nanoa is due to Its unique location, its ,.. !
the "Bhagarad Glta" and Wright's home-like atmosphere, the excellence: of V0 Siwiij *
Km Anderson H B Ilanklna mind to create something: out of nothing .4
Harbin "Modern Theonophy. to be obtained at Its cuisine, and Its very moderate prices. "
W T '
; or, as he puts It, an 'Inorganlc condition the Theosophical Put). Co., 14-1 Mtdison $2.60: pur day. Liberal weekly rotes., '
Harbin
mark W T
IVm Ward his x H B hankies ," but does he call the ether, electricity avenue, N. Y., and to subscribe to"Theosophy" R. R. RAWLS, i.iJijhdi

J Blovlns II B Hankies magnetism, or even finer. planes, the magazine of the and society "r : a
published
at above address, Central on street oar line. Prop.
Lewis Lawrence conditions
and fOI'c P Theos-
Inorganic for sale at Dr. Screven's drug store, W i
Lawrence. J H O B Blevina Hanklna ophlsts regard them as highly organic, TUusvtlle, Fla F. T. 8. ASUKVIM.E: \ N.. C. '+.+ 14 ;Tt s""' "'J

IT Bevlll J S BellWalter and claim that the human brain, as the 1'' ia: !
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Hankins organ of the mind, can be trained to act -- !

Johnson his x mrk J 8 BellWalter upon them, and any one Is at liberty to

L J Green J S Bell Hankins prove this who Is willing: .to stand the FREYER &: BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, I I'iJ'LIJIt ,1 a, t ta t ,

J T Bevlll i lung and severe course of training nec
Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) Otililt
)S Carlton W Taylor essary.It ( ;

B B Burke is quite true, however, that "mental ;
and Musical Merchandise. ::z:4 ,
IB Burke W TaylorD Pianos Organs
S Carlton (brain) culture does not deal with. the _
fundamental characteristics of the

bag A Russell Walter J S Bell Hankins mind." This is a truly Vheosophlcal A CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME-rIA AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE. :aO'IEL: : :: rvKTrvr .T::: .. ,

(loo Fisher J S BellWalter position. Mind: or manas is a divine We purchased In January last the Immense stock of Pianos, Organs, sheet k k.,
Hankins muslo and musical instruments of 'The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out FLORIDA.
all MIAMI
tlenry Jones F A Lesley and universal principal pervading the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room for a full '

R L Motlow nature. Minerals show it In the perfect line of the celebrated Conover, New England, Schubert and Klngsbury Pianos. Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improve nts. Located on park one ti,

LADendryUKIntf J D Wadklns form of their crystals; plants when they We have the following pianos' which are worth from $100 to, $200: more than we block from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid view of lilsoayne Bay hates' <<

C D S Carlton seek their appropriate food; animals in ask for them : .................. $2: day and upward. Special rates by week or month.
K, ..al..I......... .. .. ....':J/IO/ H lne* Bros., style II.l nrnh 12oo per
W Taylor. still higher ways; but man Is best able Conover" style.I K,eb..... ............. ...... 8'.tlI Schubert, III......................... 1MB: Y
Lewis Lawrence 4' .. Jeb .................. ... ,.-:\Malcolm love, wal.................... HBO
; J Givin L II ChurchJ to absorb this attribute of divinity be- .. ....ai....................... .. soo BMInway eb.o..n....... Silo
Instrumentthebest u e ........... .. ,400 Everett. eb..,............... ... 1:11I: HOUSE: : I
T Bevill cause bo has' tbe best .. K.wal.M.eb..I............. ........... 323 KlDKSburjr, style. nKnabe eb.o...........,.,.... \1MB OCEAN BEACH .. r'S. ,
I n Gib'bs II B Hankins brain. The natureof tbe mind 23,wa................. .. A. eb........ ".......". ton ,
W W hankies McCammon. style ....... .. ...... JJJ Orancl ........,.............. San ti
principal, or manas, Is twofold; one part .. JM.mah 7..ai..................... STS 8tuyve ant eb..;.,................) 175 ON THE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. '
H B Hankins .. ... '
18 Keen .
? wal.......... ; Zoo '
dragging us toward yie animal nature, o T.eb.0 ......'.,............. 1J: the Beautiful Boulevard; Surf bathing Rates sv g(
G 8 Tucker HalnM Bros., ..eb.............. ....... \lilt! Newnhy&Bvani eb Opposite Daytona near City;
Christopher J B Meriwetherbill the other reaching out towards the u a o _,eb........,..........t. 113 JM.M.Btar, eb...'............................ Ito according to location of rooms. House open all the year. ., i I
.................... lnolMurrli, 100
x mark. 0 Tucker Cbristos, (or Buddht), principal. We o u 3, inch and Address MRS. H. O. BERRY, /Sea: Breeze, Fla.
been rented, but we have bad them re-polished .
of these have
Hankins Some pianos -
IJ Raulerson H B ---
utmost --
brains to the ., ----
cultivate --
A G Spiers may our put In thorough order, and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momey re -- -
iHabenlchtklarley M J RaulersonA but unless we seek to rise by the higher funded. We furnish stool, scarf, Innstructlon book and delivered f. o. b. Jacksonville o

G SpiersR mind toward the divine Cbrls'tos principal ; cash or installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us. The Hotel FlaeideJACKSONVILLE Ilanaary.fjp4
COMPANY
FREYER fe BRADLEY MUSIC a
MoNalr be
Crews S -our hlgber selves-there can
24 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
C C Houston no change In the character of the Indi- FLORIDA. .
r r
Helsetts Lewis a.. R- Tucker Lawrence r vidual. There is no independent mental ------ --- ---_.--- In the center of the city, on Main Street, the) dividing line between east and west

fe Castle E W Sapp action, because our characters have been :$Ow1nTa15.Pieohor'e: one block from Bay.and Everything Service Bun entirely moots new.all trains.Elegantly Terms furnished'' .M) per throughout.day fend + ,+'
Cuisine 1
O S Tucker Incarnations Superior
forming gradually through many N. L. WARD, Proprietor. p
----- -'- rates by the week. .
Special
plum J O'Brien, Lewis Lawrence and -we cannot think uninfluenced upwards.
J B Merl wether '
lomas Carter J C Blevins by our past. 'Cotta.ge.a12n.
his x mark' D 8 Carlton Theosophy agrees with your correspondent DAYTONA HOUSE
pllbert Owens R L Motlow that it is-qulte useless to fight (FORMERLY HOTEL SPENCE.)

Chas Harris race characteristics, or attempt : Stroot, Tltviaxrlilo: lr'IIL A
against
IB RaulersonL A. 8. DICKINSON, Proprietor. r,
Lock
M J
to make savages comprehend Christian Centrally located between both depots. Airy rooms, good table, pure drinking r ;;
J Shirting I i
J Wright R 8 'McNalrW metaphysics. Its policy is always to water. This house, aentralJYlln(1 plea nt.l11I1cated has been newly furnished; I. now
[ month.
rates by the week or comfortable home to tourists and
special
furnUh
Rates $2.00 day; to
: per before prepared
J Miller. urge all to live up to their very highest CHR. F. FISCHER, Proprietor.J. better than ever generally. I extend a hearty Invitation to all my old friends) ter y I:
the traveling public
Polln Nelson J Black .
Alfred Hills light; not to attempt to be something on the East Coast to call and see use A. 8. DICKINSON, Daytona Fla.

UM Smith F Baldwin they Cannot be, but to do their duty just '- -- -- ------ -------,-- -

N Stumps where they are; that is the .best place A. HAPPERSETTE. -
lox Torallnson'ouRlas OB ParkerD for them now, and.in their next Incarna-

Sphere O B E Parker Mooney tion they will be ready something. INDIAN RIVER I OTEZa, Seminole Hotel *

C M Stone' better. ,
1B Spiers Emmett Thomas Darwin's theory of evolution Is nonsense TITUSVILLE, OPEN ALL THE YEAR. tit
O Reddick without the corresponding theoryof 1

IVllliam May 'W R Jones Involution, as taught by tbe secret t Indian River. WEST PALM, BEACH, I'LoWD.10;

H R Daniels wladom of all tbe ancient religions from i This hotel Is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Clone to>
leery Williams A O Fla.
[ SpelrH Boats attached to the .."ter. ;
R Daniels time Immemorial, and by Theosophy 11 the railway depot. Free 'b.... to and from trtlns.
with fi.hlnjflick Ie on board for the use of guests.! Rates, from $J.OO per day and ,4
'anlelLFutch W G Spelr' to-day. M '' J. A. HAPPERSETTEMAKAOKB week month. M. J. ROYCE!
r rw special rate. by the or .
Daniels tty
upwards
Henry R do better than to I' ; J
cannot ,
I Manager.HOTEL
Further, ZAP?. Proprietor. '
GEORGE ,
\> Bevlll II B hankies ', : .
quote'from f recent address of E. T. .......
'J II DIUWalter ---- r.--
-
> M Bryant Hankies president of the Theosophical I
Hargrove
All Tile Year. TH&SEA t.e t.
L J Shining Societies in America, Ireland, Eu- Open COQUINA ORMOND-BY FLA.

IB Smith B D Jernegan rope; India and Australia, delivered at x -.t!,"

Tm O S Tucker the crusade meeting in New York, of Jbns 22ml.! Flne'Surf Bathing, Fishing(and,: k
W Layport W W BeecherF great Only a few minutes' Open for Summer Season 1807
Hartstone whichcloeedthe receipt crusade around ''L >.. walk from Railway station SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY. !> N' ''

r W Beecher Wm W Layport. ; the world: "It is unfortunately Steamboat land- wheeling. BEEMAN MaDIlI t
F Hart.tone supposed to be pretty HARRYIL. ,

C Miller F Hsrtstone nearly that Theosophy all that it Is not, and very little, f ,, ; Ings.On the banks of tbe Until June 15th for rate,feto., write, care San'JuanJHotel Orlando, Fla. '. ,

I I W W W Beecher what It Is. Some people' Im- ,. far-famed Indian River. _. _. v
Miller I P HartstoneW Indeed, of -- .---. ----- -- ------------ ---- ----
W W Beecher agine It Is a society of superstitious beliefs ----_..- ---- STANTON

Gibbon J F Howard ) ; 'others that It Is Identical with HOUSE. i I
O Tucker eto. Colonnades ,
Gilbert; Miller H B Hankies atheism others with spiritualism, The -I

all these views are wrong and we ,
F Hartstone But
[baben. Carlton II B Hanklns have to go Insisting that Theosophy 'On the'Peninsular, opposite DAYTONA.' D. J. JONES. Proprietor.; ,

' W Jamison Lewis Lawrence U a doctrine of common sense. Of and well-furnished rooms with all Modern Conveniences, electric I
,
airy
Large, Jena to
R 8 McNair course, It I. not fair to bold Theosophy bells etc.Plenty Bates $ .OO pet day. Special ., ,
utterance lights
]' W the Irresponsible -
Smith Lewis Lawrence responsible for themselves The of shade outside hotel makes Its delightful place for children. Families. I''
R S McNair calling
of people
'.
*Klas Kemp Lewis Lawrence but, at least, speaking for this Dancing twice a week In Casino. En- r'
osophlsts and
;
.his x mark L J Skirling world and also for REDUCED BATES for Summer season,.. t7J1O per week: upwards. '
OhD Plnkney Lewla Lawrence crusade around the .. < Two, Minutes Walkfrom.Canfarai, .. a
cannot be too gage your rooms at once. \ / f it ; r
e skis x mark L.J Skirling .. the T. S. in America, the thing for FREE HACK from Da1too "depot. 'Address: i Depot ofoi.n, '
that
LJ WTRaves Shirting often Insisted upon U Brotherhood. . \ SYDNEY HAIOH,' Prop., r- 'OI-IATT .NOOGA.\TENN'\ ::, '
1 which we think: and live f 8.abrM.. Fla. --
Hayes ; h '
O 8 Tucker sad the onlyfo .. .' ', \
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dogma :
L J Shirting This>Is oar only r ',<:,' .. ;\ "

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1897. -
' INfIAN nl ER ADVOCATE, MAY 48,

8
the duties of the trustee DUREN & FEASTER..
and charged up the hill to the mouth of; prescribing Fund of ...
The Queen's Birthday. tbo of the Wilson battery., The;, of the Internal Improvement
cannon
the State of Florida in relation tberot FRUITS & VEGETABLESFlorida
did not succeed In taking the guns,how thereon, and tbe GROCERIES an<
settlement ,
vlslted of
*\ ____,: __ 'V'' ''' '1' people Port Tan. 'but close to the artiller the right
1Y1-Pt got
l **( ** eIL ----- Fully 6,000 e.er, very for the construction of I Its Glass and
Monday to participate la the celebration men. The firing was continued until specifications and tbe time for its complitlon.from Western Meats of All Kinds.Crockery, Tlnwarl
of Queen,Victoria's 78tb birthday. The the ammunition wa consumed, whet waterways; to BUcayt Tour: patronage; Solicited.
docks thronged,' and all the tra the attacking'body retreated." We are St. Augustine -
; 'i&HJE'o J3 were bdl -
ti' 18BThe ELOItIDA
\
" > -'H'' : < : were crowded. Many of the excursliUts ; reliably told that Tltusville men did Bay, approved May 20, of TITUSVILLE,
ti 1 tbe completion
1 I of the State reo this occasion( and actually captured extends: the time for -----
.
from other points nobly on four .Passed, 22 to I. = -=
canal for

\I, malned permlRHton In Tampa.from President According McKinley to Ipeelal, :100 I ordered the to do cannon by those, which In command.they were the Brevard House, an bill act No.to years.exemptel-Confeder-2011 Mr. Hardee: of E... +- :se.:: i:C Y dz : 3Rp.
Ma-
from her ,
armed man-o'-war's men, Feaster and Firs
tiapt. Arthur T. tax for

? .,. MILLINERY. Jesty's Everybody warship reporta, Pallas having, were bad a landi gl'and. Lieut. F. O. Williams In were quite. popular: ate peddling soldiers; goods from, wares paying, and a license merchandise: Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries, Fn

with the soldier bpys camp. Passed final reading, 48 to 0. Bran Cotton
time. And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, hay, Seed Meal,Cm
of
The ball at the Leon hotel, Tel In the Senate Monday, on- motion house Indian River n
Wheat. We are the only on dealing exclu,lv .
lassee night last, was quite< the rules were waIved Food and
Saturday
on ; Senator DImick, Invite correspondence and solicit .
,I and DRESSMAKIN( The home for Editors. largely attended. The Indian Rive and Senate bill No 242, making an a]- the above line of goods. We your your patronVery
L. BRADY A BRO.
LIeut. the construct truly E. : Tltusville Fls
section was well represented by propriation 92,800 for ,
It has been decided to accept the .er;. F. O. Williams and an ADVOCATE repre Ion of an electric light plant at the "
.I tentative. By-tbe-way, the girl. called Florida Asylum for the Insane wu
made G. W. llasttngs :
liberal offer by
lt' '+ tiw SOD of hotel Interlachen property, at Lieut. Williams "Major." Probably] taken up. Mr. Dlmlok ,explained that. THE DECANTER.T
which offer has been largely Judge W. B.Lamar bad been perpetrating more than 400 Inmates are In say
Interlaohen
,
I donations supplemented by
seemed to be one of the most popular! to the buildings upon which the
property, choice lands to the extent of danger & Renaker:
over 400 acres, cash and labor dona tic men In the ball-room. State has recently) expended: 920,000 In Lesley < ,

.. to about'l, OO,In amounting. to ful11 A vast assemblage of people visited Improvements. Passed,26 to 1.,

Jl < t2 ,OOO. Camp Henderson on Sunday aftornooi Foreign and Domestic Brands of Brandies, Rums, Gins and Wblstl
Steps will at once be taken to .perfeot to see the magnificent spectacle of a lull :Marriage of Lady, Parker. Bottled wlnes1 les and Stoit. ----=
a legal organization, to be known as the dress parade, In which about 900 troops -
'. Edltorla Company for a National Edlti participated. The companies were loudly Line of Cigars. tree Billiard and Pool Table!
lal Resort and Home, with a board of cheered as they marched past, the The marriage of Captain L. W. Mai- A First-class and careful attention given J
solicited. Prompt
of West making Viscountess Parker, took place Family and hotel trade Is to
control, consisting of the membersthe c Indian River and Key guards thews to LOSLEY RENAKER
committee, as follows: B. B. Her.< a fine showing. TUtey kept perfect In Christ'Cburch1 London, last week orders .Cash mast accompany your order.. _,Tltusvllle,jO
-- ----- -- -- --- --- -
white ----------- ----- -----
dress of
bert, of Illinois: Walter Williams, of line throughout, and received many The bride red In a
Missouri; W.8. Capetler, of Ohio: W.1 E. compliments. The Key West company glace silk, .the skirt being acoordtoi
1 Pabor of Florida; John :A. Blelcher, of passed 'through here, Wednesday, en pleated and trimmed with a boulllonn
e New 11orkA.; E. Pierce Colorado;' and route home. of chiffon. The bodice was covered For
Mall orders solicited. Satlafaetlguaranteed. Vrtglnla.Presbyterian with old point d'Alenoon, of which costly Wagons
R W. S. Wiley, of West The Key West Guards were generally
w ., _______ _.l-- --M-MHHv----MIM-, admitted to be the best drilled men on lace tbe sleeves were composed and.
encircled the.
Mrs. Helen W. Reynold) Church. the field whenever and they they received passed In hearty review.applause he waist chiffon and fell sash In long which ends at the bacl I Of All, Kinds,

Titusville. Fla. A good congregation-was present lut Lieut. Williams was among the officer wee iomposed edged of with pale It. mauve She wore flowers a toque wIth Buggies Carts ana( Harness alsQ General

Sabbath evening to listen to the lecture of the guard on the last day of the aigrette of the same, fastened with dlanonds. ,

on the ancient Jewish temple and Us lad encampment. .She was attended by her son, '
Id 1897 Model! Globe Gasoline Engin destruction by the Roman general,Titi Hotels at Tallahassee were filled to the Earl of Macclesfleld,and her nephew i :EJEOyqL' a **--*"* AIRI: TCar>

li The next lecture'will be equally) Infe their utmost capacity on Sunday last by Muter Charles Parker, as pages. They: I send orders to 'ROBT. E. MIMS, Jr.,
eating, describing the pastor1 jourm people who visited the camp. wore Louis XVI.costumes of white satin Go or :your
on horseback from Jerusalem to Nazareth Guards did themselves and 'jabots TitugTiHa, JIlL
The Indian River with mauve satin waistcoats Bicycle Sundries kept in Stock.
) Df stopping over night sometimes wltb justice In the dress parade at their of lace; carried three-cornered hats, and
f the missionaries,and again In the belt oampiug grounds on Sunday afternoon wore diamond pins, tbe !gift of the<
room of a native bouse. There were last, and applaudedby kride. -, Lady Parker was also attended
many places of great Interest the way of, a party of beautiful young ladles ballIng ry her niece Miss Bo ford.I G. CARY-EL WES # .
had the vision < ,
Jacob
Bethel where
from St. Augustine, Jacksonville and Many of our readers on Indian River
l the ldderreacblnlr from earth to heave ; Tallahassee as they marched past. vlll remember the above lady,who,with
o 0t Shllob, once the abode of the tabernacl) ; her late husband Lord Parker, did con FIRS: Il:J TS'CTRAI TCE.a :: .
Jacob's well, ancient Snecham, !Samar: iderable hunting and fishing along the .
Its .remarkable ruins, etc. Good FLORIDA .
and LEGISLATURE.Among
Cast Coast of Florida some years ago. Will
Fire Insurance Companies. wri
the Leading ,
tinging! and a cordial welcome extend _I Representing some of

to all. H. M. GOODEUU the bills that were considered Policies anywhere In Brevard'"County.Ybut ..
.
on the third reading last week was BOBBINS & GRAHAM Business Solicited. v
An Assignment of JudgmentAlralnst that of Mr. Hardee, of Brevard, to dl- mr- 'TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
and to locate andistabllsh
ride Brevard county
(t the J.,T. & K. :W. R'y. from
a new county a portIonof ...La"" 7 er /...
: the same, said new county to be .
Judge Locke, of the United' Stab. jailed Bloxham.: The bill passed-3a to 20. '
court, Friday last, handed down an ordef The following new bills have been introduced WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND The NewSelden
."Oa&l7..d Nana IHto 1M Hi: P. TMTtut upon the petition of K. B. Weeks In the In the Senate:
\\ y ,most Reliable, Koonumloal end. Intuit. matter of the Intervention of the C. 1 B. Senator Dlmlok, a memorial to Con. UNITED STATES COURTS.
,
r Kburar for LannoheAuiilltiy Power Ijnohta In the of the Penn- for'an appropriation to,
case open
and butlne boat,sod wMrs stations'. Rogers company, tress .
rower'! Is required. lylvanla Company for the Insurance of Jupiter Inlet. Cypress Door ,Companj
'
t t BENS W. JEROXK, lives and granting annuities vs. the Jaollonvllle Mr. Hardee, of Brevard, an act to re- ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished
Role B pr-MntatlTS for jtsnufMturer In tl. Tampa A ;Key West Rullwitompany. peal the act creating a County court In '
Wat of Florida. ROOKLBDOB, FLACVCMaloguos .. .. Jrevard county. for Lands in BreYird and Dade
*
and prlo i on application.' It appears that In September, 1803 the Mr. Hardee,of.Brevard-"An act re- 'p-A to--M--taM-l-----ta T /% T'TFg M-B---M--><--ta7%.;_ FL.A.,

l 3. B. Rogers oompany, obtained a judf acing to palmetto fences." Counties. October 1st 1896 turned the steam on to
,
Opened
went In Alachua county against C. M. House bill No. 200 (Mr. McCall, of
Reading notloa ads. on this page| : and that of tbll Illlsboro An act for the protection of -
Weeks for 91,008.73, ) Door Sash BUn
and Best Equipped
line week.Take .One of the
rtve cents
are per per amount the J., T. & K. W. R'y. was due be natural oyster beds of the state. Largest ,
Weeks 9COO, and the Florida Souther House bill No. 208 (Mr. Hardee, ofirevard /Ve have a large List '
Notice. R'y. was due Weeks 91,023.45.: O. It. )... An act to legalize; the Incorporation and General Wood Working Plants in the United States
"* _____ Weeks assigned this judgment to M. E. of the town of Cocoa, and the of Lands owned by *
Week., and the latter assigned It 'to' R. ifficlal acts thereof, and Its officers.: past experience of elu
'1 And with. experienced management, (covering a
,, t and Red Suckers Spanish for and Hale.Fancy Apply, Variety to Blips] B. Weeks. The petition of R. B.. Week rdered engrossed for third reading. o urselves: and clients. rears In Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently: expect tbe ben
Instruct the rtelver <- No 320 Senator DlmlokAn )-
requested the court to Senate bill : ( Kksslble material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will cora
,W. GoRDON Hobe BROWN Mound: Flo. of the J.. T. fc K. W. to pay tbe act to legalize; the incorporation of Price for unimprovedlands Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames Hothouse Materials, Tanks, Glass, eW
{ amount of the judgment only to R. IrVeoks. he City of Miami,jn Dade county ando r
The petition was granted ,by; declare the incorporation of .ald cityo $3 to $100 1
Fancy Pineapple Plants. he court, and orders were Issued In at. be valid and of full force and effect.
lordanoe therewith. Ordered engrossed. acre.
"""" per
"fr In the case of R. G. Ross vs. the Florida Senate bill No 63 (Senator Dlmlok), An r L. R. DECKER.
Hardy, vigorous, grown without she East Coast Railway company, an order ctfor the relief of Geo. H. Johnson; .. .
ter. amooth-leaved Cayenne" Abbakand made appointing eommlsslonei salah AIken Noah Hall and David Mc-
Jamaica Klpley'plants for sale. to take was the testimony of Leo Lomn and I, CueD! of Dade;; county, Florida. Indef.Inltely WE have a few Residence, Orange _]::: Will keep constantly band a Full,Supply of :::[-

0. K..C. TYNDALI.,Fla. Alexander Campbell. postponed. Grove and Pineapple Properties In de-.
Waveland, Senate bill No 68(Senator Dlmlok). An
4" "*-MM HMMMMMMM-MMM BVMeMi.MM k .- 0 act to amend section 4 of an act approved Arable locations Prices Reasonable, x CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER :

Choice Pineapple Plants. Drevard.County ChampionshipItace. fay 27, 1811:1: entitled an act to amend
action 4 of an act entitled an act to be a .
ntttled an act In relation to the land ( TITUSVILLE. :X: >,rOI3S<__, and El.o'U.J:1.:
Smooth Cayenne, Envll City, Abbaki, rant of the Florida East Coast Line 3FFICE8 : i WEST PALM BEACH .

and Red Spanish, grown without cove! The five-mile match race last Friday, Canal and Transportation( company, and ( and MIAMI.. Also Mouldings and Turned''Work Brick Lime Genie!
Mjd from young plants. Guarantee for the championship of Brevard county, ; ,
d ,-Grit-class. Apply or address,
Arthur Brown of Tltusvllle,
between and Crates of All Descriptions.
0. A. ROBIN SOW,
,Rookledge
and o bait. Hatch, of. wa Home-Grown
Eden, Indian River, Fla.: won by Hatch In the time of 14:37.:: A FOR SALE.... IM.-tVLJBT'GrJLllO! FloriP.
good; rate of speed was maintain
Plaeapple Blips. ;hroughout' the race by both rlden, SLIPS AND
latch being In the lead all the time, PINEAPPLE SUCKERS **
wIth close behind. In the fifth oud
Brown P. E. MclURRAI Carriage
Abbaka Queen, Pernambuoo and Red the Varieties : rJSM rr
lap, at the corner of Main and Pain Of following r crrT
'>',pantsh( pineapple slips for sale. .heels, a dog ran across the track and I
.Apply to L. MARVIN, Brown'. wheel struck It, with the resul ibbaka, .Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, Ripley Queen, Smoot] Wagon

Everglade Plantation, hat for a few moments there was a con Cayenne Pernambuco and'Red Spanish. BRIER la
West Palm Beach, Fla. lomeratlon: of dog, man ,and bicycle: ,

ut Brown quickly mounted again, anct''' .. Apply to G. C. HATTHAMSt, Florida Pineapple Co., Dealers In
,. Pineapple Slips For Sale. tried hard to regain the ground he had West Palm Beach, Fit.

lOll'about ISO yards-by the mishap Dump Carte, Bad<\lery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles Hand Carts, etc.,eta
Porta Rica, Abakka Golden Queen, For' two laps he continued to gain on hi; ,
feat varieties, for sate at reoaonablprices. pponent, reducing the distance between SAVE MONEY And Buy From **** Main and Church Sts., -. JACKSONVILLE, FLA..
Apply to Imself and Hatch*to about half, bu ,
,
P .
A. GOLDY, wing to the advantage the latter ,ride *
r 0 ,GOMES: Indian River, Fla. had In the matter of a algher-gearec TAMES e.: ::eO\:7es ED 8. HAINE8. K. 8.HAE |
could not do more thai ,
**- 'heel' Brown s
lalntaln his own after that; so, at the ::a: s :EJR.<>TB: : ,
Fancy Pineapple, Slips & Suckers nub of the eighth lap, seeing that fur
for Sale. her efforts on his part to make \up the Grain Hay Feed Garden Seeds Flour Grits MACHINISTS AND ENGINES
b hole of the lost time would be fruit ,,

t ?Queen' .Abbaku, Porto, Egyptian Uloo.-Smooth Queen Cayenne Golden and the ass,race he and discontinued the title of riding the champion acceding of Meal and Cotton Seed Meal Agents for the Gas Engine and Power Company.

Mud Spanish. ApptoMADDOCK revard county to the Rockledge' man,, Repair parts for their Motor"..took. Old parts"ckanjged for new sod allowance m+I1otdingly. JJ
A MATTHAUSPalm ho was loudly cheered on finishing Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless to man or Our speeudueeInnulling' >Complete Isolated, ind FampInK Ptw..._'wrole
tad[ the accident not happened to Brown, 0010,110 see operated by RM,gajioJIn.team or water. Cangethe ifreatmt power from _
/ Beach Pinery, atop would have resulted beast. Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations. for running: small machinery lor all klndll of PU "1tepalrlnC-Gall.Ossutice,Napb'bea''J dump.
West Palm Beach, Fla. It Is probable the u -':: Hot ajr and Steam Enptnea. Sealell, eee r....... and stk.. All bU ...,.
In a very close contest. oaice:. 124 W. Bay street.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ) for any pnrpoee. Injectors Electors and 8 bona. wrlten. suteam. -
,
The event attracted quite a deal of .Vaouum.. Water and Ammon4Osugee. DTenaooatru wltheeevL1"lepamh. ...
Guavas"Wanted. Merest, and a number of Cocoa and Construetton, and repair of Intricate machinery a speclaity. Our alas/pmenu -
ockledgeltes came up by train and cbargea.he Iate.t kind Olve us a share 01 your work and yon wLU a pleased wt'b our woriiJDanohlp..

highest cash price paid for guavas, In gala munch to see It, giving while our the town Indian quite River a CHAS. N. WELSH NS Office and Works: Foot of Liberty; St., JACKSONVILLE FLA.1. I
appearance
the ,
any quantity,and at any station on !land discoursed sweet music for tae -.- _
Write apply toY
last. Coast Railway. or
JAB. CAH:"XLI.: ooeulon.> "

Ormond, )' &. CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
Refer to Editor ADVOCATE.: OUR SOLDIER BOYS. ;I E. B. Williams &: f eo.r---:

Tuesday ** HAIR AND LATH. **

pOPE A CAMPBELL, ment On of the Florida morning tate the Troops encamp-at ....Wholesale Fruit and Produce CommisSIon 'Merchants65 -

Ulahassee came to a close, having been State Agent L. & M.: Paints and Oils.

A TTORNEYSoA T.LA W, a marked success In every way The during Indian South Broad St., ATLANTA, CA.
Ita brief run of eight days. Old 'Phone 8. _, )o( 13 Hogan Street,
t Aver Guards reached here the next day, Foreign .
Jacksonville, Florida. anel after marching through our main JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. and I>omestibKOETABLK9 Ft rult
I reels with martial bearing meta andftyirg

colors they went to the armory, : I Til '
IIitetCauliflower.
lere'they were dismissed. We are
Petition for Licenser Formed that the members of the TKns1s BBAOUT Broruxp. E. D. REDruLDLa : : String Beans.. Oranges,

p .company were a credit to the East :ER __ oil e b SON. Okra-Celery. Bananas,
[Continued from 1th page.] ant* and that none bad been under Cucnmbers. Grape Fruit,
e 141 DOCK
1871.
ESTABLISHED
ami' while at camp; they were among STREET Tomatoes. Lemons
I hereby alga my name to W. J. thON complimented for their good be-; Beets ,.
Tucker's petlttoa to sell liquors, wines hnlor and upright bearing. Wholesale Fruits and Vegetables, Squash, Cabbage, PeacUmes hes,
smd beer ( Precinct No. 9, of Brevard Henrson
a During the sham battle at Camp New Potatoes Pineapple.,
aunty Florida: oo Monday, It was stated by the Philadelphia, Pa. Egg Plant, Strawberries,
Name: Witnesses: Tallab.....correspondent In the Thnes- Orapee,
T G Lyles FL Price Unionhaa the Indian River Guards Write us for Stencil ad our "Colored" Card. Ship tis your pineapples and I par&Jr1I" Coooannts.

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