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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: June 4, 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: UF00079909:00081
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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NEWS, Judge/ Minor $. Jones was In Orlando DacAL.AIDVTS. Ten>Cents Per Line Per IDE CREAM ICE CREAM SODA AND I I

a day or so this week. Week,.on this front-page.( ; Pineapple Bon-bonsl ft cents tomorrow Heavy Shipment of Pineapples.' HOTEL NOTKS.WHKKR '
of General Interest. '
9 ad Topic _. -Mr. J. O. Walton left here ((Ji Saturday) p. m., at Gruber A Griggs. ,,"

last, for Jacksonville and TallahlUlBee. Major H. .J. Tlfflkn of Courtenay, ,. Owe ol the largest shipments of pineapples : to stop. See list of hotels on Ii
Li.tr and General Gossip la eonnecttewrihlU wa.ln e.rneB y. Ike Worth.Indian, -Major H. J. Tiffin of, ef Courtoaay,. $8OOO Insurance. the RaM Coast Railway was that of ,"
.MM* Md Htollls BlT.r., Key: VTe.. has shipped his launch to New York. .Jerome Feaster, of LaOrange, f' yesterday morning. The oar were lat*.In .Anthbr T. Feaster now> managerof

....all other Important Points along tae -Mr. and Mto Geo. Carrie of Key Is to maaage meat market: at Cocoa. waiter, Dawktns ft; Co., Jacksonville arrivinghere, and some folk whispered the India River hotel, vie Mr. JJ A. ,

gut Cow<<: 01 World Brief mention of West,passed through here, yesterday, en. -Mr. (has IT. Nauman, a well known agnate for the Travelers' Insurance Co.,, that the delay was probably caused by IIa|>p rsetiw, resigned. Mil
Ij.urwtlnf Kvents from Various yrs route to Jacksonville. lesident of theo therftllbusters. But It was not so, for General
L Haulovet\Arrived In town hav* iust paid a policy; for 93,0(>0 on .the Superintendent C. B- Knott ,
.1 tae World About People You Know -Mr. Jai. Palae after yesterday.The llftrof\ J. H. Rrelsford deceased, of Fttlm upon investigation by' an A" OC TIt represantatlve returned isa St. Augustine on., Saturday ,
few
Lid Ton Don't Know Picked spending a It proved to be on account last ,
People Deneb. He from Ws
had been the to the East
Coast
days with Judge and Mrs. M. S. Jones heavy showers of rain had carrying policy\ of ,;
we ft Iag:
... of losviou going
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L Editor and quantity
Oar Society a large pineapples resort
by returned to St.. Lucie on Wednesday.Rev. yesterday were muchi o* y a short time; when death ocou.r wed.Ti price to / New York,, and +Ii+
appreciated fifteen
L7 by carloads oft them
Correspondents scattered alone tae ? numbering northerm olttios, for the summer*
hut CaMt of Florid*. and Mrs. A. D. Penney, of our gardener! I U all about 4, C4a crates,' that f
-' Minis Manage Ellen's New touch were being shipped by' our Enst Const Mr. &..8.. Dickinson, proprietor the
were at Cocoa a day or so this. -Mr. D* Wlngood, of CIty Point was ,
week In Who said there there was Daytona House Daytona, was-In town ;7.o
no
procuring' medical attention for town a couple of! days this week Affairs.
If receive a sample of and j
CT' you copy their little girl.. shaking hands with Me.maD friends. money' on the East Coast f"V on MoiOhy, told us that expected r .
It U an Intimation that )
ADVOCATE, to leave for Atlanta to-day
(Friday) to ;
[ would give us pleasure to add 'your Misses Emma and Katie Gaillard,. -Judg*.Jones has been having several Arohdeaoon B. F. Brown has,appointed Storm In Dado spend t the summer. His family Will re*.' ,
Lme to our fast-Increasing list of aub-.' daughters of Seaator Galllard of St. wells dug this week on,his place at Sun -Messrs. H. W. Richards and c W. Ctounty.Tbw main.lalMylona.

Ibew. It does not cost you' three Augustine have returned home from beam, to facilitate watering purposes. Hairi as a committee of management: M&i A. A. ::1 f
week (postage Included) when their visit Florida East Coast Happerstte late manager of ,
DII per to Tallahassee.In to th* affairs oftbe new Episcopal Railway train .j
-1.'he the Jall_
fine hotel .
schooner River
owned
Bristol by Tiasvlileleft
w'u
and ,
eo by tbe year It can be sent toto burch which Is be built delayed about'two.hours on her ,
the bteycle races last SatunDay Mr. IngraUara/ Bristol Conn. la to at EdtMhaome here, yesterday, for New Yeah ,
D i any part of the United States. or on 'tine this northbound trip, Monday owing to a :, en route "
)ada without extra. expense. evening, Fentress Davis won the five-Nelson' ways, undergoing a thorough year. washout near Fort LaudesJale In Dartecouoy. to Ban Harbor Me., where h*>wlll occupy ). !
mile handicap, and Arthur'Brown the overhaulTbe I A apoeiMioaas book-keeper at the Kebo, ('
telegram from Lemon
'$1.110 1.00 per" six annum months In advance.*. mile and half-mile events. .schooner E:' C. L., recently, I Mr. Flakier Yacht. stated heavy wind and hailstorm visited City Vallaj) Club-house., On Tuesday' even T \

. $2.00 per an. to foreign countries. Contractor J. A. McDonald passed, purchased// from Capt. John Stmonson, :. that section on Sunday and did consider Opew ing tut>reception House. was Mrs.given (hlm at the }I

through here Tuesday on his way home. of this plane, by Capt. Benj.. Hogg, .baa Th*' palatial steam yacht Alicia, able/damage, blowing over several small which, was largely by attended.Jas. Prllobard
1 to Miami from Jacksonville when be sailed f on'Fort Pierce.Qnttea owned by' H. M. Flagler, Is souse, to go buildings uprooting trees, and flooding was kept until 11:30 Dancing ".
allprsns
-Never fall to read our Inside pages. was made a member of the Elks. Into commission as the flagship of the lowlands. Telegraph connection with up : p m., and '.J
Ion will always find something. in- few'of Mr. Jv A. flappersette's American Yacht Club. She has just other points was out off for a while. enjoyed themselves Immensely i '
Tobacco seed and friends at the
were station
pampblet'GO railway -
Great tears were entertained for small w -'
-tyou. tobacco growing to be given away today yesterday, to bid him adieu. H* been,thoroughly': overhauled and Is In '"' '
left flue oonmuon. The Alicia will make sailing oralts along the coast, ss a heavy Isea Kti*> Advocate" as tm Adverth- p plug "Is
ADVOCATE reader who will call at our for New York and Bar Harbor, Me. was raging outside and several .
some West India trips, bearlo Corn mo- vessels
office, or send stamps to pay postage.Mr -Mr.O. O. Currin, of West Pals don Flagler and a number oil his associate due from Key West had not. yet arrived. Medium. ,

H. H. .Dreyer' went dow to Beach,spent a short time in town Saturday -- during tbe coming summer.-St. .
KR oc AT E Cocoa Tuesday, to assist In the Coooa last. He has charge,; of the RobblsM Augustine Herald. CM. Hood A Co.,. the great sirsaparUla '.; ,
o and Roekledge News office with the delinquent A Graham Co's. brunch office at ,that : Now 9ul>scrlbera>.to. the Pink snanufaoturers, of Lowell, K...., 'oJ!
tax list for a short while.. place.:' 1\
Social Party.. Papor.t "w.w\
-Dr. F. H. 'Honghton's address, delivered .-Th* Octagon Reading Club were t Pulls that corn from our advertising. :". ,.\

f c at Daytona on Decoration Day, entertained' by afternoon.Mrs. Cha The K. Kenyoa memberswill on Mesdames M. P. Robbins of this town; j 1 Additions are still being made to the Hood's sarsaparilla Is gaining'qultea'
was < meet at the residence of Mrs. C. F. W. D. of Bath, Me.,, entertained among '
I regret that pressure of space precludesour Fischer next week.Archdeacon a few of their friends at their the' latest.being J. Ifa. MoKeown. Chagrin a real pleasure for us to know that Win ? ,k,
publishing. residence la South Tltusvllle last Friday Falls '0.1) P. P. Powell, Melbourne/;. A D
-Mrs. Roswell Coleman spent Sunday B. F.: Brown will hold night., Conjuring which Mr. Robt. I W. Go. Bedford, Jacksonville; Mrs. 1<'. II; work for us over there.? I''

with her husband In Jacksonville. Mr. Divine services at Cocoa at 10:30 a. m. Pentland and Master Rufus Bobbins- Houghton, WestervlUe O.t II. Schmidt, A prominent. fertlltftnr firm In Jack- "" '
Coleman was. occupied on the mala line and 7::M>o'clock p. m; also at MerrEtt SAJO took;part-and various games were Indulged Daytona Geo. W. Reynolds, Key West;. onvlllo, In writing us this week snyst ,If.J\
of the J,, T. &; K. W. Ry.-between p. ra. !Members of all denominations In, and all present report having L. Le Cragln/ Athol Center1 Mass.; C. "It was our intention to remove our ;
s Sanford and,Jacksonville-last week. are invited to be present. spent an enjoyable evening. After partaking F. Salzmau Miami? la C. Tucker -. ad. from your oolumns-at the end of this .
Till of some delloIouaJoe cream and Fort Pierce; Ceo II. How on, Brain i,(
-Mr. A. D. Baldwin one of Rock.edge's -Mrs. J. L. Mather of Bartow has month but the results along the Hast, tt
tree Mass F. U. il"
cake the party broke up, and retired t* ; Pierce Xloieua, Coast from your lnk.paper, have been
l prominent orange growers will been In town spending a week or so with ,
Mass. T. F.I
Mltohcll New
theft:"Respective homes. ; Fraakl".u .
tLo7"M so satisfactory that have decided it
,
h leave to-day for his summer borne In her daughter, Mrs. Fred. S. Chaffse.She we to .
New Conn. after spending is her Mo.Most continue the ad. Please send your bill + \
Haven over on way to Nashville Tenn., of the above subscribers 'are-
for
six months at his resi to visit the Centennial full amount owing by us, and check .'\
dence.. 'orange grove Exposition. Narrow Escapo from Drowiil* ;. interested In land along the East. Coast' will promptly follow.;'' J

a oe -Capt. James McKay, United States t lW
O ....The Tltusvllle Extract: Co's. works Marshal, passed through Titusville Wednesday The little son of Mr.and Mrs. C. Stuart The Steamer St. Augustine ; ,li'
have turned out some fine samples of en route to Miami, where he Bailey, of St. AujusUne..hall a narrow Honey Ileaclle". : l.v
tanned leather of late. The extract: : obtained said he was going to look after the escape from drowning on Tuesday. -
Work on the above steamer Is.
from the palmetto root appearsto steamer BIscayne and her crew. He fell off the sea wall Into the river, ahead as rapidly as possible undo going,'the Mr. O. Murphy, of Dlnsmore, !la., Is +'
be an excellent article for tanning -South Jacksonville will celebrate and bad It not being for Miss Mamie supervision of the. Merrill-Steven Co. said to have one of. the finest crops of ,4
leather, etc. Schmidt (tin. Baileys governess), U is honey-peaches In the state. During this l
the 60th year of the reign of Queen Victoria Jacksonville. The old boiler has.boen "
TME MeTax 'MT'HINT -Mr. Wm. M. Brown Is said to have in great shape. One of the featuresof said that the little. fellow would have removed piece by piece and a new.boiler month lie upeot..1Io ship 3,0<>0 orate
the finest-looking orange grove In this the day' will\ be a.tug-of-war between I been drowned. She jumped Intothe Is being built Into the boat. The steamer Mr. Murphy Inform us fiat ho Is now '
river after the boy,, and held him until shipping from ISO'to 200 orates daily of I
section; and his pineapple plantation at American and British raao-o'-wars men. Sebastian Is still on the ways at Mouth
: Collector J. F. Wooten,. elf Banyan-for which place he left ,on both were rescued by some peraou'who Jacksonville, and the sheathing, of her these line peaches. :;II
o&, paid our burg a short visit 00aelday. Wednesday reported by our cOrrespondent -Mr. W. H, H. Gleason returned hometo were Immediately on the spot.too lender hull Is still going ahead.A .

to be in fine conditlcn. Eau Galll yesterday' afternoon, having aid. report te hand at the ADVao.... Overcome by Heat, ... :
I being In Orlando a few days In the s> office last night says that the St..
-Do you want a thoroughbred Engh -Mr. E. H. Armstrong, the optician, Ulua- t
Interest of the land case of Gleason vs. Married. tine has only two more boiler plates, to .
fox terrier P Read advt.. on thisTltulVllle leaves here tomorrow for Daytona after Mr. O.Stuart St.. \
Hunt which came up before Judge put In and>' two new smoke I RClk.. Bailey, Augustine'swell \
doing a week's work on refraction of the Broome.Mr. Everything IN being rushed as rapidly'as known Inventor, was overcome by '
I I- Town Council has exInded eyes. He Is one'of the leading opticians Mr. H. S. Curtis, of Debit Ala., was possible, and we are told that the St. the heat In Tallahassee on Sunday last .Y y .'
of Jacksonville and will return to Titus- John Wilson of Jensen is now and lost the of the lowea
II the payment of taxes until the hfassey'sBusiness married to Miss Lorna! Faber. of City Augustine will be on Indian River,. and usa portion of
d of the month. villa again In about four months. taking a course of studies at Point, at that place on Saturday morning ready to run about the And of next his body. However, nudes,, the skillful ;,
I College, Columbus, Ga., where the Rev J. L. Wilson treatment of Dm Potter (pale count '
last officiating. ,
Sallle Hall of passed week. Tb St. Sebastian wUl,follow; her
Bliss ;
I-If Sharpes the ADVOCATE follows him to keep him l
your advts. are like angels' visits The rather able representative)and other ,
,route to wedding was a quiet one, about a week later. These- boats have physicians, ,
pur store Is apt to be accorded theme through here Tuesday, en In touch with the doings on the East only the members of the bride's family we are glad to note that Mr. Bailey' I.progressing .
to her friend undergone a thorough overhaul ,and
doubtful Nashville, Tenn., on a visit Coast and elsewhere.Mr. are '
fevorabla towards
reception.. Miss Laura Sharpe. She will enjoy herself being present. The happy pair passed practically rebuilt. recovery.
-Mr. Wm..Hindi returned to Cocoa, at the exposition and other placesof Jandon Browns, tbe hustling through Tltusvllle the same day', en We understand that the-St. Augustine ;
lonrtay, having completed his '.work one Interest there, and expects to be away traveling passenger agent of the Fla. route to the homeof Sale Mrs. G. will run an excursion on Indian River
| Indian River' hotel .and at other I two or three weeks. East Coast Railway, passed through B. Hall and the Misses and Bessie July 6th so that everybody will be ableto I GOCIII>! Uotel FOB Sale.For .
aces In town. Tltnsville, yesterday afternoon, en routeto Hall accompanying them as far as this attend tbe grand celebration at Tltusvllle I-
Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Dreyer left few place-giving them a parting salute with -
l-Gen'l Miami. He. expects to spend a on tbat day.:
Freight Agent W.'J.. Jarvis, here yesterday', for Jacksonville. Mrs. hours la town to-morrow (Saturday). some rice and old slippers. The groomIs sale the Holly In*, Daytona, fully
7 8t Augustine;paid visit to the pine- Dreyer was on her way to spend a couple I said to be a very young fnrnisb4t and equipped throughout
jple fields on the lower, river the first of weeks or so with her grandmother at -Mr..P S. Morse the popular real estate man, who has. been exemplary lard_ The Cant Coant Canal. This hotal Is one ot the best paying
f the ., dealer of Miami and president of establishments on the :Vast (Coast and ,
week. DeFuniak Springs, and her husband ocorop vllie for some time past; while the bride ;
-Mr. G. C. ..nied her as far as Jacksonville. the Town Council has been spending several I* a very popular young lady on IndianRiver Civil Engineer 0. Trevor Spencer.., of Is now pn. For paatlculars apply to .
ach, has been Matthams of West palm He will return here to-morrow. Mr. and days In Tallahassee this week. We -the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. the t. C. L. O. A T.Co., passed through Miw. O. H. POaTsR,
pineapples making large shipments ')In. Dreyer will shortly leave for Boston are told he Is.a very happy man, far he L. Faber. We tender them hearty con her. Tuesday' en rout to Lake Worthto Daytona., JCla. '
during the past two weeks; has made several good sales of real estate -
d so also to spend the summer.The gratulations. look after the work now being donel"on
has .
,
E. T. Rose of
Captain ( .
lately.
livlera.I Indian River Band delights our abe Juno-Jupiter canal.,, I A Flue Hotel tor
Saturday -Miss Myra Williams, after spendinga In Referring to the-great work now being I Sale.'r'r
I citizens with sweet music Pineapple Diphtheria.For
every
-Judge Vandeman; of Delaware, 0., night now In the form of an open- day or so with her friend, Miss Susie den by the F. C. L. C. A T. Cd, the O ar wishing to.retire, .
f renewing his subscription this week In, short time the members Uladwln, left for her home at Rockledgeon Florida Agriculturist says : oldest and best known transient and .'t
concert. a
f'nk ys: "The weekly reading of the newsy air will wear uniforms a subscription Friday afternoon last Both these three or four years I have been "The dredging In the unfinished part"f faulty' hotel In Ashevllle N. C. Small
|| paper reminds me of your 'Fountain for them having been circulated youug ladies have been attending school bearing of the use of the ''pineapple 1 the East Coast canal is delayed some i cash payment. Central: location ant .
list
l Youth' and keeps alive In me the to obtaIn the 'amouut at Rollins College Winter Park, during Juice for the cure of diphtheria but In waiting on th* fore engaged In valuable frontage Apply to
|lab recently
to be on Indian River again." of It was liberally necessary subscribedto the past six months or so. thought little of It. Recently, however moving the top dirt. The cut Is aboutnIneteen LOCK Box 6)3) ,
money. It has taken better shape In the reportof feet deep at West I'alm Beach, AshevUl,N. C. .
-Mr. cltleens.,,
[ John Henry, one of Melbourne by many of our enterprising -There will be a meeting of the Titus- a case where the child was given which necessitates the removal of a

1\1 each'. prominent pineapple growers L. R. Decker Is dally' adding; toUr.ock vllle Whist Club at the residences of op by the doctor and a friend coming> large portion of the top dirt to enable
sin rented one of the cottages on of lumber at Tltu.vllle. and I. Mrs. W. 8. Graham and Mr. Oeo. M. In, remarked tbat b* bad known childrenrelieved the dredge to work Itself. No enterprise MOllfl'llto Parnlycer. .
F' { street, Titnsvllle were he says he i handling some of the finest we have seen Bobbins this (Friday) evening. Eight to by the pineapple. ever consummated la that section has lay

f F'U o reside permanently. By-th-way down this way which fact Is bringing nine o'clock at Mrs. Graham's and nine Tb physician In attendance said"Get I attracted snob deep Interest as this one., ', It does the ....rlr. Pricey matt S3oenU. i 'y t
> I may bachelor.mention the fact .that Mr.Henry for him orders from all part of Indian to half-past eleven at Mrs. Bobbins' .residence It and try It, It can do no harm." All feel that in addition to giving another SMCINOLK Co., ,

RIve. He bu also a good demand for A ripe pineapple was gotten and the line of transportation to the. Uk* Daytona, FU.'
I -Master Person Paddtson returned" to brick, of which be keeps a line that Is Attorney Geo. M. Bobbins has been juice expressed and given In Uaspoonfuldoses It will have a tendency to cattle an .


pirn, Saturday' last, from Bartow rolllr7 hard to excel in quality or boy at tbe spending a couple of days or so at Miami slowly p It seemed to clear th* extremely fertile ,tract of land contiguous .
college, and has spent the week with; price be offers It for. this week for the purpose of representing throat., swallowing was easier, and In a now wild, on account of IUInaccessibility. Insure Against_Fire. ,

|II pects sllter-MI'I. Geo. M..Bobbins. He -The tradesman who can get along' the crew of the East Coast Railway' tow hours the child was sleeping. Recovery Palm Beach the. trading It will also point make; for a West larg Ton need Insurance-and von Hs svJ Ute ,I
to followed.
j* leave for Eau GaUle MonT without advertising i. the maD who steamer Biscayne; who were placed use b t. Tai be obUI d '
.malJ-heal trade can
by '
next, to join his brother and sister. advertising. His der arrest by the United States JV Tbplneappl was used In a number r Every portion eC the applying 3
benefit most by
arson would will then have both rail nd I to .
county .
[ gave lal"lMiector'ir of oases subsequently, with success In awater
m But officer robleovero
party to a number of his .tore may' be known by many notby ment D sommuoleatlon. '''a. CABT-Zl.WI ,
[onng friends the neighborhood and the ls .
on ;Monday night. newcomers or strangers to town. He ton-for participating la a filibusteringexpedition same jP y
TltnsvlIU FU.
has for sale on Bay Blscayn think it better than mdlcln. .< OoorgttKlectrio ,
he ;
no doubt knows what r : Journal. AT COST' Agent t or the Liverpool Londoa'k
rATCH REPAIRING but without advertising how are resl- ; Globe Issuranc Co.
Bro West done by Anthony. dents oustide his own. town to know he -
,
Notice to
Palm Taxpayer
Beach Fhw Is even In business ; and Iteoldenee I will sell my tlr.' stock, consistingof
Grove
Orange Why Not Insure Your House
dry goods, elothlag, shoes, hats and
To Persona Going North. I For Sale. The time for payment of town taxes of I for Sale. caps, gents' furnishing goods, etc., etc.positively ., '
Cat-Boat .. In th* Hartford, Fireman's Fund.
me Town of TltasvllJ has been extended at eos$.' Com and be convinced
Two Lin;' to July 1st, 1897. that W'e mean what we say.Jtrtrca Providence Washington or Sun MutuU ,p'f(
Brunswick first-class, roundPickets ; I Seventeen-foot Cat-Boat. built by Bes- By order of the Town Council A fine grove and gardea property of Ktivr Insurance companies f Tb undersign
r ( to :New York 12 the Indian Riverand respectfully solicit patronage.a
lale. Enquire Of o. CAav-ELwas: acres, fronting on Tltusvlll, Fla, your
:R. sey. P. K. Aerox, Clerk. extending back to ta* county road WIU write. line anywhere on .IndJaa
E. M., WayelaDd.Fox Ha. at Sharp** a bout 14 napes sooth of River. OBO.. B. Barre, ran, ,
Care ADVOCAT*, Cobs for 'ntnsvlU*-known as tile Brook ; Insurance afnt, 1''
Tltuarll1e. FU. Two Sale 000 bearing trees; good house, .' !Tltusvlll FU. '
Terrlen For Sale. -' room and kitchen; "rvant' house hs

Bones Wanted. I love two bear cob for sal; vry packinghouses Price, -$,"-. removed his bicycle store from the Baa- As aa advertising medium, no f

i Heat EnffUsh blood ave moatha old; gentle and only six weeks old. Male* ..Apply to ebs block to the Cordova block. B* paper oa th* East: Coast caa but the fi
Save your bones and send them the pedigree suppned. and female. Wulsn for $:3.' cash. BOBBLrS: h G841LUf, has the largest line of bloyoUs In the ADVOOATB.: Give n* a trial adv../
k+ to paruteed Apply to CILU. R. S&JIJ llllOlI', Address CHAKLM Oarrru|, AttTS. for owners, and any rider can gef suited tbne01 and b* convinced of the pink paper'a
Jack0,1Ra. .
will pay cash: for them. BON BoaM. I'Ia. TItnavlU, Fie.Ke TlfeMTtUsyFla. JClng street worth.



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INDIAN BIVEB ADVOCATE JUNE 4, 1897.'
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the site of these plantations, and are lot style, and a* we admired the polished SOME CYCLONE STORIES. Michigan Lumber'-and Manufacturing GO.MANUFACTURERS
.
J br Troublesome Totter objective points for one of the delightful mabogany.flnlfh ofball and staircase, he OF
drives for which Ormond II I famous. told u* that the wood was washed ashore Tfc. MM With the Bed heard W. Ia .- : -

The roads here are hard and smooth, of from a South -American vessel after a Good Form. Indeed. Mill Stuff
Lumber
q Suffered for Years and Could Find marl aiM shell deposit, and one 'may storm. He showed a field of Para grass 'Speakln of cyclones," said the man Cypress or Pine !,: Sidings, Flooriiij
"one of the funniest ,
i with the red beard,
No Cur Until Hood's Sarsapa- I drive for mile through the shaded hammock from which he gathers a crop of eight that

rllla was Tried-Scrofula Cured."I I or along the beach, without tons to the acre, a crop maturing In six time freaks when I ever Hank see a Simon cyclone lost do his was yallei Ceilings_ and Mouldings, Packing) Boxes and Crates. Turning and Scroll Work

offered with tetter on_one of my ploughing through any flrt'lsome'lIand.. weeks. We also saw a Yankee apple cow, in 1878. You see, Hank be thought Good work and material at low price Take Main street car line to mill abl

limb Just above the ankle, I tried a The bea<;li, one of the most beautiful on tree, which/ losing all reckoning in the a lot of that cow, an be wouldn't of

I peat many remedies, but nothing did me the Atlantic coast, is, at' )1)11I'tlcie, abroad Florida climate, was exhausting Itself lost her fer the world, an when he seethe office.

any good The disease was very trouble. smooth boulevard, where the with two crops a year. cyclone comin he jest np an tied her Telephone (old line) 485 Jacksonville, Fla.

I, some for 12 (\1' 13 year In the spring homes' feet resound fl. on ,a pavement, Mr. Bacon Is still a New Englander at by' the horns to the oat bin. Waal, air,

I began taking Hood's SarnaparUla and where the wlieel, hardly leaves a heart, with a genial manner and an when that cyclone come along it jest

" nd after taking several bottles o(,this 'mark-an Ideal stretch of twenty miles Inexhaustible fund of stories. Visitorsare blowed that cow wrong Bide out an left .
medicine was completely cured. Hood' '' her skin tied to the bin an blowed her
for the bicycle or the carriage drive. all welcome, but especially. those

y{ F.Banaparljla P. KEOIBTEII; also, Statesboro Inoreaxed, Georgia.my weight." : En passant, Florida 'may give us a from his own state, to whom be I la proudto carcass man Into with Nebraskyl"The the pipe smiled. incredulously. ,. HARRY MASON & CD

throe month old lesson In the use of the wide tire. All relate that he fought for the Union .
/ "Whenmy,, boy was
le broke out with eruption lie 'was the carriages hero have wheel tires from under General Hawley,* was in thirteen "Fact," aid the man with the red

treated by a physician and the eruption two to throe l inches In width, which roll battles, three time ''wounded, and Is beard, "but that ain't the queerest port Jobbers in Fine ImportedW

,! would heal but would break out again, smoothly without sinking in the track, still halo and hearty. J. Nex' day 'long come another' cyclone in H. MASON 41: CO..

We resolved to give him Hood'Sarsaparilla Improving rather than cutting up the the opposite direction, or mebby the Bay Street, '

and when he had taken.two bottle roads A picturesque drive takes us to Health and happiness are relative conditions same cue comin back, an'I'll be blamed JACKSONVILLE. Liquors and Cigars gig
trouble there be little if it didn't blow that cow *carcass right ,
he wa cured. Ha ho had no largely a New Englapd settlement ) ; at any rate can
Daytona,
with scrofula since, but perfectly well. happiness without health. To give the back into her skin again, an when Hank
JOHN R. SMITH, Shady Spring, W. V*. seven miles to the south, and body Its full measure of strength and come out of his cyclone cellar there was Grade Whiskies Etc.
If you have decided to try Hood'Sarsaparilla called the prettiest village In, Florida, energy, the blood should be kept pure the cow standin as peaceable as you : ,

do not be Induced to buy any other. with Its handsome'homes and shaded and vigorous, by the use of' Ayer's Sarsaparillo. please, jest like he'd tied er the day be : __
avenues Going south, the drive Is fore. But she was mooin pitiful. You Q'Ij;: j-- '
In fact
Hood' Barisparilla 1*the best, ,
the One True Blood Purifier.. Sold by all through the hammock, shaded by oaks Juice see, she hadn't been milked the' .day be- Whl.klolmpo and Domestic peach, ;blackberry Southern Belle and peach Rock and and Rye.honey...a.... ..............,.....irom.from tl.topnO1nsHollandOldigruetc f l.w per?

.druggist' Price$1, six for|6. and palmettos, :and pine so tall that Al- fore." Brandtes-lolneetle! apple .............n............. ..... .. ......... .....'.... .rrnroiMp
..... .. .......,.... .from'
The with the corncob moved ... '' 1.l5Oper
their "liny tops seem close against the bumen.It man pipe Rum_ Vrt''Sherry"Catawba, 'Muscatel, Claret, ete"frb'm. .. ,.... .. .. ...... ......I.OOerg
uneasily on his soap box. -Floe< t Brands ........., .. ............<.,...... ..... ...,.>.........'.. ..from. 12.25MP .
sky. Returning by the beach, the Iud known the I "That was the year Host my cellar," Bottled Clarata Beer ..... ................... ..<................ .....>.. .........i.:........ .from$l.al: per dot
Free and tolls In on pur rightand .\V lid ducks, Is not generally; says continued the man with the red beard jtlT" All other Fine Brand at equally Low Price
Chemist and Druggist, tha the juice of I will be packed in boxes when so requested, without
flocks of snipe and little fiddler crab "It was in July, an a big cycloid*'come Jugs and demijohns extra
Masons the pineapple contains a proteid digesting coat. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company vii
Accepted
watch for their prey alter each'rccedinj along. We'all made for our dugout, an and
to delay trouble.
take liquor C. O. D. Send money,,with order save
1 action Is weak It is not
wave. Near the hotel I* a neat,, Episcopal ferment. Its jest as we got there the cyclone struck Send for Price List, or call upon MASON & CO.,

church, with a rectory adjoining true, for three ounces digest only ten to our place, an doggone if it didn't'blow SOI, 307, 309, 3H, W. Bag; St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Indian TituvinFla. < Here service I Is held weekly during the fifteen grain of coagulated albumen; the cellar clean out from under my

River tourist season. "The Rev. John T. Hunt but it acts equally as well In alkali house., Yes sir I Never touched the --.--
d ; No. 01HoMs best in neutral Suld. The house, but jest blew the cellar ont from
and
Lodge Hartford la media,
of
ington, a frequent .: under it! Queer what cyclones will do, : Best line in the stat
I preacher here. A favorite drive with juice also ha a mllk ourdllcg ferment ain't it?" BICYCLES

day ,of each Its meettnirs mimtu\ ,the at the aenoml Court and house fourth,Titus.vibe FrI.. the tourist is seven miles to the north to When .we speak of any enzyme being The man on the soap box gasped, ..

at 7 rae p. m. "Number Nine," the plantation; of C., A. weak, It does not follow that the dose of pressed his band to his breast and fell I .

1 A.T. Feaster Worshipful Master., Bacon, veteran of the Seventh Connecticut it must be proportioned to its strength; backward. He had swallowed his corn-

Goo. W. Scobte,' Senior Warden. Volunteers wounded at Hilton for It Is probable that a email dose will cob pipe.-New,York Ban .
LUTIIY $150.00..FOWLER :
It. ft Hall, Junior Warden. ,. .. ,. .. ,,_
13. K, Wllnon.Treasurer, Head, and a living example of* what act "as well as a. large one, by setting up "*, .. .

J. Mendel, Secretary.Mi .- I Yankee pluck, brain and energy wilt do the process of the digestion In a fresh Be Wanted; a Cheap Pair. $100, 7500.

; 8.: Same, Senior beacon.J. I without other capital. line when the digestive function of tbe He walked into > the ordinary's office ,

: A.' Happeraette Junior Deacon.stewards' After the close of the war, Mr. Bacon stomach is Impaired. Then the peptic and. asked as he bang himself on one CLEVELAND, $100, $85.00. f >
II. Sander:
A.'A. Stewart, T. follow the lead. On that corner of the office table and pulled off : .
B. A. Geiger, Chaplain, took up a government grant of three secretion WESTFIELD, $75.00, 6000.
A. Froscher, Tyler. quarter of a mile front on the peninsula basis, a slice or two of pineapple at din- his hat: 1.",
"What' of licenses .
a pair marryin
-
\ between the Halifax and the ocean. In ner.I* not a bad thing. wuth?" -- ",

ON TftE EAST COAST. 1370 he left New Britain for his new "Oh, I guess we can make' them to B. F. MANIER, Jr.,

homo arriving in the Florida, wilderness Dandruff is due to an effeebled state you for II.l O I" replied the ordinary

in March, with CO,cents in his pocket of the skin. Hall's Hair Renewer quickens good naturedly. Jacksonville, Fla.
'i 'What a Connecticut ;iLady lias to lie built a palmetto hut, five miles froma the nutritive function of the skin, Fer Jest one pair?"
i healing and preventing the formation of "Yes." !n'7'" With Freyer &: Bradley Music Co.
;About It. human habitation and
i Say. ; began clearing dandruff.!

"Among a aorles of' letter written by his ground, working all day and often by Tliat'i'Can't you the beat best that we can a little do. "?" --
rro :
'
Mr*. Henry R. Jones, of New Hartford,, I moonlight. Deer,bears possums,'coom To Preserve Fence Posts. "Great Scott: they use to coat that
Conn:, descriptive of the East Coast, lithe and owls were bis only companion Mr. when times wuz goodl I needed a pair :=: .AS. B :LIvM: c&: CO.

following, which we dtp from the Bacon named his camp "Number Nine," DAYTONA, FLA., June! '', 18D7. mighty bad, but I can't pay no rich -- DEALERS IX-' -

Hartford (Conn.) Dally Courant. The from Jim Fenton's camp In the story of prices ez that. I guess they hain't beenno
Wln.e :
Editor Advocate Pl.n.e: : : >js an.cl :Liquors: : :
J. O. Holland. Ills in licenses fech
writer spent the winter Tltuavillo with "Seven Oaks" by overproduction to :
bar Mr*. Win. M. Brown.; first house, to* which be brought hit Dear -Sir-Well knowing the advantages them down like cotton hey they?" 417', 410 W. Day St.,
daughter,
to be derived from advertising In "Not that we have heard of." r 'rK"f&\\
the'northern wife was covered with cypress shingles '. FLAt
"Why don't'!, paper say 11JjJ JACKSONVILLE,
the ADVOCATE-having personally seen 'Now, say, pardner, hain't you got
.
Florida ?" made by himself from logs brought! ten I
about Inquired a
something ,, the pink paper'At every ''place.where I an old aecondhanded pair pf licenses RICH WINES create good rich to
the miles on a raft, The frame of the house I Don't make the mliukt<
gentleman from, "The Hub" at what somebody elst hez dun used wunst ( thy blood.
t..ol becsuwtt
here and WestIthought _
stopped between Key' f sour wine
buying poor
breakfast table of Hotel Ormond. 'I .' was built from the dock plank of the you can sell me fur about.65 cents?"- --"- L I QIIJlCt cheap It is not. 'It has a nasty, (d Usgreoable
night West India steamer Vera Cruz wrecked It might Interest your many effect upon the system while
search Boston every for Atlanta. ConstitutIon.What 1'4 D I
my paper -. u
how __ wine is really not expensive
farmer readers to toll them to good
preserve
I
off Ormond In 1880 ''and three of the Kit
correspondence from Florida .re.ortl, ... .' Rives you that pulled-together,
their fence posts so that time nor ... I
cabin sattflfled feeling.:
doors are' from the steamer's -
but I look In vain. of NorttOiUna
OT We make Specialty t tl,
.. amount of weather will not rot them. It will only need %? Dew Corn: Whiskey,ten
"Perhaps," wo replied, "with the variety Mr. Bacon gathered a large do In the of h Mountain
To :you way F'" ?la old 2J>0 gallon.
from'tbe cost about two cents each post save :year per
of weather they are having in New useful store wreckage and I envelopes, note and letter heads, bill Partle. living In Dry Towns will i
the North la a bit burled the bodies washed ashore. the posts, use the following mixture: leads, statements, tags, cards, etc ? well to order from UBllUI we. CM m
England present, business'venture Take boiled linseed oil and stir In pul- We( shall be glad to have a share of your # *them BO per cent.on
jealous of tIle Suuth in the matter of ,Ills first was the set work. :I_ ISP- Always send money with ordn
seedling I verized coal to the consistency of paint. y' We will not open new accounts un)
of half of
ting a acre orange u
Spring climate, and think it Just a*well reference Is r'
J suitable'Jacksonville
: Put coat of this over the post, and It
a
not to mentionthat farther down the trees, which In two :years netted him : .. No Goods sent C.O.D. to Dry Tof'lllI 1'
working and will last for over twenty year ALEX MBAK. ERNEST t .\ Aftent for Indlanopolij Brew nj
1,000.. He has kept on TAYLOR. ,
coast there ,la an average temperature of : { Brewers and Bottlers Indlampolii
70 degrees(In April), with balmy, breezes, clearing, until D'OW be ha a fifteen-acre Yours truly, Hercules Malt TonIc,92.20 per case J Clayton&: Russell Wild Cherry Brandy,{4.80 per sue nr
AN ORANGE O no WEB.At : NEAR & TAYLOR
flower In bloom and garden .at their orange grove, under high cultivation, .

best. fine seedling nurseries, an established Successors to John McAllister.) t

However'was that a may suggestion bo,the Boston that perhaps man'sremark garden business, with In canned, plants fruits and, and shrubs a beautiful from largest printed.- all-home-print at present any town the along ADVOCATE weekly:the East newspaper Is Coast the Artesian Well Contractors, A Fertilizer for Fruit ti

the Connecticut people who have visited every quarter of the globe. The late of Florida between Jacksonville and .
freeze mode disastrous week with his Key West EAU CALLIE, FLA.
this charming spot (Ormond), ''and the
many moral who would have come -ifi orange grove, but, with his true wife fora .. .. ... ...... : "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer, 1e 1t 1 1i 1s

be interested in few help-meet, he work bravely on.. His
;i they could, might a
GEORG MARX. JOHN MARX.
lines from Ormond,.and an accompany BO cents Ions become $50,000-counting Price:: : S.oo :Per Ton. a

I ing story of what one Connecticut man property'and'' yearly profit He has MARX :BROS. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS :........ t

has been doing down"here for the past Just built pretty new house, In" colonLove :Moisture .... . .-. . .. .. ... ..8 to 10 Per Cent
Wholesale Dealers in
twenty year Ammo'la..4>(.to ,6" "

''t We have been over a month in Florida -- --- O-ioceries, : : Fruit= avid: :IEDxoc3.-u.c: : Ph08phorlc.Acid..5 to 6" "

and have traversed the length of the 131 and 133 East say Street ana 83 sad US Ncwnan. Street Potash (Aetual-.6 to 8" t It

East Coast-300 mile from Jacksonville ,y f.=--.1. j TAOjc.iaozxxrLllev: i Floridan e Made exclusively from Bright Cotton Seed Meat, Nitrate of Soda' Blood,,Bon

to Miami. We have seen all the beauti 1 .Dissolved Phosphate, Fine Ground Tobacco Stems, and Sulphate of potasbr for
:
fat 'hotels of the Flagler system, stop ONE OF THE/OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE/ CITY. copy By of "Economical Write forMlrection Fertilizing for for using Fruit.and'further" We carry particulars a large stuck; of all Fe .

ping at the Moorish palace In St. Aug zer Material, Cotton Seed :Meal, Tobacco Dust, Potash etc. Write for price
,
e a.Unetbe, Itoyal Polnolana at Palm TO GROWERS-Let us know what you have in the way of Fruit and Vege. fore buying. ''We seek the growers trade direct. '

Beaoh?I and'' the Royal Palm at Miami.. tables. Returns prompt and sure. We supply the best Seed Potatoes and CowPea WILSON & TQOMER Fertilizel'Co.. i
K >. *. Write us for our wholesale price list of groceries. \ ,
And, lastly',, at the closing week of the .' .
w I* the krv. "'t. MARX BROTHERS JACKSONVILLE The Fertilizer House of Florida,
'M"oD"we have come to lovely Ormond, stone of a woman'* ...' i\: FLA. Fla. .
and find it the moat home-like, the most life. Her, fondest Jacksonville,

restful and altogether enjoyable of them hopes tender rest emotion upon this her j -

t4" all highest pride Js In her K, .Magnolia
Ormond-by-the-Sea'ilfty miles south capacity to awakenthe Grocery.... '
.
..
love which makes
of St. Augustine, Is Ormond-on-the-- a happy wife ; bet 1 H. A. HENRY THE PAINT STORE : 'w
;r Halifax, the town lying on the west noblest ambition is to I Proprietor. 'H
become a loved and Wholesale and Retail Dealer lub
bank of the Halifax, and the hotel on loving, mother. 's j

the peninsula, half a mile wide, between disease Any weakness which incapacitates ot. j \ ; STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES 1h ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS
the rlvto and the ocean. The Halifax is ,her to fulfill \ ,

really an arm of the sea a tropical Ja&ooolta.banke'frlnged the exalted function '. Write can for List
>f motherhood I.i the or our Cash Price which will please you.

; with' groves of saddest blight which 102: Main and 33 West Forsyth! Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. all Paper ,
-palmetto, orange, oak and pine. 'Hotel tan com lint./ upon a woman' Telephone No. 323. n'l
Ormond front the "river, its .yellow *there la CI
But no tea-
towers and balconies peeping through Mm in nature why any .__... -- C!
Out:8ide : illt.
a : Oold Water 'Pn r
de.
hindrances .
or
'
,the picturesque groves'and shaded".path rangements of this kind should continue to W. B.: -DAWSOXT.Wholesale sec
ways cfita ample grounds. Its wide exist. Ninety-nine time in% hundred th.y I. E. BAIRD CO.
piazzas Invite the visitor t* "cease to are completely: overcome in a perfectly & ,
natural and scientific way by the use of Dr.
think, and be. content to be,'* sod,its ,, Plerce's Favorite Prescription, which !gives I and Retail 52 West Bay A Laura Sts., .. JACKSONVILLE '
doorway swing wide to a homelike hospitality healthy power and capacity to the special .
reinforces the nerve-centres: and
dispensed by its courteous proprietors makes |natural, healthy motherhood posaiIe Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes, and Room Mo ldlng..
Messrs. Anderson A Puce the > ,safe and comparatively easy. WINE & LIQUOR MERCHANTaI
It makes the coming of baby almost free
one a New Englander the other.n> Ken- torn pain; !gives strength and cheerfulness
tuoklan. The lobby, bright with pot of to the mother, and constitutional vigor to SAW AND PLANING MILLS JACKSONVILLE YARAPalatka uf
he child: It U the only medicine: in the Tla. yr, 8t Foot of Can
ferns, flowers and palm, with a big world devised for this one pnrpoa by an 1 119 1 West Bay St. Jacksonville Bay > rtbj
Dutch fireplace, where an oaken log educated physician, a skilled and experienced Fla. WILSON
glow on cool evenings, I* the favorite specialist in this particular. acid of CYPRESS COMPANY, Itrira
Fine Old I Imported and Domestic Wines
cannot Liquors Havana ,-
.I
y Indoor resort In the office hang a say enough la praise of Dr.Pierce'* ,
Pavorn rmcripttoa. as It has do. ..me a world Manufacturers of ted
portrait of James Ormond, an English 01 .rood, and ...., undoubtedly avH my life," Mexican and Florida '-i iIDf
officer in Bahamas, to whom the vriUM .Mrs, Vtoreac Huntrr, of Coricy. Lof wtN Cigars. .
the
.
> ief Lath.
O Arku ImiKmrrit4fcurtla n;eovld Cypress Lumber and !
Spanish government gave In 1700.grant -.. to do me any mod.FrncHpthM. .:_ Shingles .
IIpI
!
*
r. orit .4 a Mrytakiy JFIIVJESWHISKEYS FANCY t-ROCERIES ,
I 'of land, covering the town which bears My.hl bottl..of ft I awd my....... : a1J I'I&J
ala 'settled and cleared rf aw is U .a.-.ud..i. from 92.00 Per Gallon upward I handle mouldings, I'ta
name. Here be : :. e''I.w.aIt:: : ao Compound Good. -ffcTESJESTiSKSf;
large sugar plantation Two ruined Dr. Pi1 pleasant penetss<< 'the 1* a HT" Price List upon ap Ucation. Tour Jug Trade Solicited, shlpmenta i bIe
mark laaativ, two a mild cathartic If wish to .an account must flnt a specialty. I !lot
.chimney used for sugar boiling, you open. you give law city reference ear
When
at
a home -
and'
write ,
n for come
price; when up our way,

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE JUNE 4. 1897. 3 ''; '

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rojesional Card.t Mr. II. M FLAGLER AND THE ,. ,

0 Os I FAMINES IN 80 IETIF.s. .'1'(1. Notice.
EAST INDIA.
;;::;;;;;: WALTZ 8.OBAIUoIi.BaINS" COAST. I ._

GRAHAM, Records of Mom of th* Mont DmtnMttv. INDIA myna rnjARtw. :, 111 Circuit Court of the "th Judicial, Circuit Successful

Representative Hendry, of Lee, who In Former. T"are Drill at the Armory, over Bounty lull,every of Florid, In and for Urwvard .i .
recently spent a fuwitoy even InK In the month at o'olwk. County:
couple of hours With overcrowded of
an population
I ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. very A.T. a'Beet xn,Captain.
.
lag pleasantly In the ** nclcMinvllcv- Augustine A
<
ADVOCATE office. 800,000,000 of junta whose annual '
says: 1 ; Indian hirer '
10 to 12 a. m., "If Hallway Coiimnnv, of fruits berries "
CI Boces-From Indeed, Mr. Plant would take Into supply of food depends upon a rainfall now the Florlitii! Kant!: Coast llnil- growers ,
and 2 to 4 p. m. INDEPENDENT ORDER GOOD TEMPLARS.TltnuvUtoLoilm ,
his head way Company } /
York the idea and all kinds of vegetables
of ,
Co. Florida.ToelnaUtheoourtsstate emulating Mr. subject to decided irregularities, it is NO. vn. ;
Brevard
17 moot
am, Wsvtti Flagler's policy so beautifully and so Inevitable that India should suffer from evening TsM in ITwthyterlun. church every Tnwi.Uy ubllo The Bravaml a corporation.County State hank know that the largest yields and +,' '
,It Brat
meetings la
sW Tuesday woh
and fed bountifully demonstrated on the East frequent and destructive famines. Meteorological month. TO the Rravard .
,. 9. GARDNER, G. W. 8COHIB. County State Bank, a corpora best quality are produced by
for examining and perfect- I Coast he could in point of success, hereon observation have disclosedno Seo't. C.T. Flortdernd tlon diNiilolled at Goons. liravanl. County,
,Uf oilttle all other persona Interested. In or the liberal use of fertilizers y
IIlIe' i the West Coast, far surpass anything rule of periodicity in these fallows having claim upon the north-half of the
that is of rainfall southwest quarter o> the of containing at least 10% of
possible for Mr. by which seasons of droughtisn
Flagler to do on CHVKCIIKS. Motion 9e, township tee south range east, la
CARY.EL WES, the' East Coast. But to do this Mr. be forecast with certainty. They Brovard county, riortda.

1.CU Flagler] has have, on the other hand, established the are hereby noti.edtoleand appear' 'in
YOU Actual Potash.Without
'PUBLIC, spent money over there with fact that the EPISCOPAL: CIIURCII.Senleee' Circuit Ouurt of the State. Florl.U
NOTARY I fall is never either defltient for Brevard .
a: at the Clerk's .mo.ID
county
lavish ami
very hand. For beauty and the : and 4th. Sumla,.
STATE AT LARGE. or'excessive in any single year In each Ituiville,upon the

I taxa ',paid for non- grandeur, it surpasses anything In the throughout the whole of India. There every month,.at unday 11 a.at m.vao>>end: a.T toO m.p.Ihenln m. Sunday prayer shool a' FIRST MONDAY IN JULY, A D 189T, the liberal use of Potash ;,
pawrlHng
history of Florida: Ie I p. .... on Wednesdays. Litany .nloe to show what Interest you bay. In the above
imto. rents and. accounts collected could not help thus always a reserve of food supply; I'rlda.1. 10 a.m. ?every soriuad land and to show why a part of It on sandy soils, it is impos
eta Correspondence' soliolted.unR1e : ." thinking to myself when I viewed these In some parts of its area which may\ be Rav. B. F. BaowV, Rector. described In a petition tiled by the complainant sible fruits berries and I
.. .Florida. wonderful developments this drawn upon for use in the needy district IS this cans In the Clerk's office In TltusvlU on to grow ,
very long he Hth day of May A J) ItWT should not h*
stretch of railway, the wonderful hotels It has been discovered too that :PRK9BYTKRIAN: CHURCH. taken for the use ol the complainant as a right. vegetables of a quality that will ,
S. JONES, winters marked excessive Services Sabbath m. f-way for Ita" railroad| or clue be forever barred
INOR and the beautiful towns by an snowfall every 81&II a. and command the best '
the immense la that behalf. prices
;" ; in the followed Sunday;: school at 1I:4IJ a. 10.. ChM. Garner. .
Himalayas are always
Fig::1 pineapple plantations, great of \ Supt Pravarmeeting on Wedda evening Ordered at the Clerk's oftloe All about Pou.H-h. nmitu of Mi ass by actual...
ATTORNEY. groves by diminished rammer rainfall at 7:t30. The public are cordially Invited to a. atTltusvlllo, this via day of pcrim.Di oa h. .b..l farm* In th. Unittil, Slam*-is 11'
,. orange and' cocoanut. trees flourishing In generally in northern India, but sometimes tend our services. f Beal t May A Dam. told In a Ilid .book which and will siadiyYml l
all ''their H. M. GOODELL, Putor. Circuit Court I enstea.y furnior In Ameros who will, writ fur I*. 1
sVILLE BEEVARD( qO..FLA.aont grandeur, the beautiful paved : in other portions of the great pen A.A.STEWART.: GERMAN KALI WORKS, .

streets walks and drives, together with Insula. Apart,, front these faw facts, BAPTIST CHURCH, Bobbins Graham, Clerk Circuit CollrtAtt'y 93 Hawaii S.., New Yutk ,
for
Complainant. By C K.Stewart,
Judge of Brevard County. the symmetry of their arrangements; gathered within the past quarter of a I mayl-jul D.c. .

what Lee county-the county of my century, there is little data from which morning Preaching and every evening.second prayer and Meeting every., of. = i a

an p. L. DODSON, home the county which I so poorly re- seasons of drought may be forecast, School W8<1neada every, evening Sunday at at 945a.In.T 100 o'olook Sunday Notice for Publication. NATIONAL ;
it is known that Also preach.
though drought once
,
orUt present-would be !2S.tef.8nJVj"y at LaGrange Second
If
r I she could be the Sunday, HomeSeekersREAL
DENTIST. begun generally extends over two or Oak are cordially invited to attend.B .
'trrdn. beneficiary of "such, a liberal LAND OFFICE \
r fostering more years. >The approach or scarcity .,A. GamEs, Pastor.
hand Gainesville, Fla., May 3, 1807. } .
Office over postoffloe.IVILLK and thought at the same time of can be. determined only in the year in ESTATE EXCHANGE.

ex he; power' of corporations and whether which it actually occurs, and by a. system METHODIST CHURCH. NOTICE Is settler hereby ha given.. Sled that notice the of following-his Inteu"

ill FLORIDA.L. It was really right to antagonize such of oboervaticma beginning with the Regular; Services' every aret third and fourth tlon to make final proof In aupimrs of hi* -
T June rainfall and until the 8un..y at 11 a m and TiOO p. '18ln"ay claim and that Bald proof will be made before
power when directed in the developmentof continuing School.very Sunday at 10:00: a. m. Epworth Ol rk Circuit Court at Tltu.vllle..1'la., on June Exchanging Property for Property a ,+r
GAULDEN our grand country." autumn has made certain and insufficient *ame| each SuniUy at II:ao p. m. Prayer meet."Ki2r3rAFi"uJ"l. tilth, IHHT vial Maria Jones of Tltiisvllla, Fla., Specialty. Send Description of what
Homestead X4277, for the Invent or
Bout
supply for the winter ; y night at TOO: JO.n.. The quarter
--- -_._: crops. JfiSSn't1! Society meet every Wednesday northeast quarter, and southeast quarter of you have and what; you want a,
,
ATTORNET-AT-LAW, Of the extent of the suffering from Everybody welcome at our church northwest quarter, notion 8, township:: ,south

A Trip North. drought and crop failure in the Asiatic len-loea. range aha 88.:.a'th. following witnesses to MALABAR; ,Indian River, FLORIDA.C. .
II practice In all the Courts of the State A. W. J. BEST, J> prove
world western peoples have but a faint a tor. her continuous resilience upon. and cultivation C. CARROLL
.
orlda,and the United States Courts. of sell.. laud vie R.O. Borlnuteonr, nf Titus ,
As a great many of our home folks an- conception. In the great droughts in villa
O.Box:,238. x TITUSVnXE, FLA. Fla; Henry H. Dreyer of Titusvllle 1'111.1 Real Estate Agent. ;I
to Loan. nually visit the North, why not consult northern China in 1877.8 no less than CATHOLIC CHURCH. E. H. Rice, of Tltusvllle, Fla.i; Chas. '1. Jlo-
Money 18PE 0,600,000 perlshe ,and although Crory,of Tltusvllle,Fht. ,
persons a. m.
your pleasure and comfort and take a rJrS0J"taSi10 every Sunday In new
during the present century, at least, no building North TltulVm. (!hUd....'. J. M, BARCO, ReKlster.
it CAMPBELL': trip on the Clyde Line. Their ships are single famine in India baa attained that oatAlOhl.m at, >p'i!m.Ray. The Largest and Moat Com-
J.F, O' ,
oVLa Rector
elegant and the cost is mucb-cheaper magnitude it is estimated' that in the -We have Just received another supply plete Establishment South. h ht

than by rail. 'You get on board on Jack score or more disasters of the kind which of very fine grades of tobacco seed, _

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW ., sonville and go through to New York have occurred between 15,000,000 and MUNICIPAL. which will be given away to any person GEO S. HACKER & SON t
who will plant It on the East Coast Callor ,
DO 000,0001ivea have been lost That
without change. ,
TOWN t"j
.
COUNCIL. send tamped-addressed envelope for
jnvllle, Florida. which in 1875 and culminated in I
"As we journey through life began R 11'.Hall;mayor R.B. Smlth.manbal| J.A. some to the ADVOCATE office.
r Let us live by the way." 1877' was the most prolonged and destructive Happersette,tax collector, ; O. Ca.-II!: _, clerk
'EORGE W. ALLEN resulting in the death of and assessor; J. M. Dixon, W. it.. Knox: 080.
We do
not know of better \
any way to W. Bauble, R. O. Sflrlmireour Thos. W. Lund! .WANTED-FAITHFUL MEN OR
accomplish this than trip to New 5,600,000 persona. oouncllmen.. ta aannnfi and responsible
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW W, York on one of the palace. steamers of In 1865.6 a third 'of the population fourth Mondays IneachnionS. established house in Florida. Salary i

t the Clyde Line. of 8,000,000 starved to death in Orisaa, 1780 and expenses. Position permanent.

'West, .. Florida. and in 1868.70 about 1,500,000 died COUNTY OFFICERS. Reference. Enclose self-addressed

. 'Ill practice In the United Write to F. H. Ironmonger Jr., Fla. from want in Rajpntana. The famine of tamped envelope. The National Star
States
State Courts. 9jnn05 Passenger Agent Jacksonville for full 1861 in the northwest provinces wan a SCHOOL BOARD. Insurance Bldg.,. Chicago" { Jan2D,07

I particulars. huge calamity the Berar droughtof J. 8. Snowden, Tituevllle, A I.. Hatch City
I Point 1). E
1 Miner Malabar.
1878-4 was only prevented from becoming i
GODFREY ,'
HODGES & I
|R. F. H. HOUGHTON, 5 I $10(" Reward, $100. so by lavish expenditure on the COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.' ,. )' ,
of the Indian government. Priorto
part -'W- H. Sharpe. r \
Sharpen, chairman
Jraeph Manufacturers of '
)
: the white} conquest famines of Im- Mendel ( J. R, Walker, Mtuiivllle of ,
: LaClranPh' ) Manufacturers :
The. readers of this will be
DENTIST Jno.
paper mense dimensions devastated the peninsula allie| R. D. Hoke Jeiuen!
pleased to learn that there Is at least resulting occasionally in an appall. Regular sessions are held neat Monday In each Yellow Pine Lumber ,:i:
tona, Florida. one dreaded disease that. science has month t ,. Doors Sash Blinds .
decimation feebler
classes of
of the
ing ,
been able to cure In all its stages and .-
g.A the population. These classes, numberIng ROUGH DBKH8ED, I
that |.e Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is COUNTY OFFICIALS.

0.. FRIES, C. E. the only positive cure now known to the approximately 40,000,000, are always Minor S.Jones, Tltuavllle, county judge i D, Orange HOB .H....., balding and Building Material .. ;' '
medical Catarrh so near starvation that. season of I Oanlden, (
fraternity. being a constitutional 'r'Pa"rl11? pro88Outlllg( attorney) Crates.
Fruit *
COUNTY SURVEYOR. disease requires constitutional drought reduces them at once to extremities A.A.Stewart Tltiurille, clerk circuit Vegetable Office and Warerooms, King,. Opposite \,
a F. Wooten, Cocoa tax amtenBnrt. K. W. Hall, Lumber delivered at Buy part of Indian River I"
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken of hunger.In 8b.tax collector] A. T. Foaater,Tltiiavllle, m through bill of ladtnir. Anyone oontomplat* Cannon Street, I
ItII and legally'surveyed and sub-divided.. internally acting directly upon the the old days the devices for famine treasurer t J. H.Sam.. Courtenay, superintend ng bulNllnfr:: nil the KiMk Coast',would do well' towrit .
lit blood and mucous surfaces of the ent public Instruction; J. O. Fries r Orlando, *forprlneii. The Hawmlll Is slttiatctl on theJ. .
pplng neatly done. Estimates for the foundationof sys.tee relief in India were of the usual Asiatic county surveyor, |J.P.Brown,Tltusvllle,sheriff. .,t. A K. W. R)., II miles south of 1'alatka. Charleston, S. C. ;
thereby destroying of the grain dealers *
the
sort First shops
I kinds of engineering works. Disted -> the disease, and giving the patient sacked, and their owners mur -,----.--- ---...,_. Satsu Inn Illffhta, Putnam co.,Fla. '

tlIJ lines a specialty. strength and by building up the constitution dered.were When that failed, the offices of .-The ADVOCATE still giving away, Sash Weights, ,Cord ,aed :
assisting nature in doing its work. Free, tobacco seed of the finest grade.
the native governments were besieged,
I IJ IJI ASTIR, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. The proprietors have so much faith In Call and get some, with instructions for ROYALjiiiSY..PILLS '
Its curative powers that they offer one and when the royal granaries were emp- Its cultivation Hardware. ,:r'i

hundred dollars for any case that It falls tied the gods were propitiated with EWDIMMIVeSlT.. MBVCMrAIA .
P to cure. Send for list of testimonials. sacrifices ending with the slaughter of e Anew,rllabl I MM safe r UCfor.uHpmiwd | ;
,, lra, imlnful
unuity or '
I 1I 1 vanted..A :BCetxiIn : : Address, F. J. CHENEY& Co., ToedoO.gSold human victims and the distribution of DEED blanks lOo. each; $1.00 per 100, at i ......."' ..">0...Maw Seed k*:.. Window and Fancy Class ;! 1 1r

,n every section at once to sell staple by all druggists 75o.. their flesh over the barren fields. But the ADVOCATE. office.Kn p war ladle..p ot.tr"L lnvi.orate." oraana tame.,,..* A SPECIALTY. I i

I |w dealers; no peddling; experience during the past 80 years these devices _a'i In plain wrapper >K.iiU 4a In.Ump. it"I
i!' ....
necessary; best side line. $75.00 afnth. A New York editor wants to know have given way to remedial measures of lor portion I.'t"; "
Salary and eipenaes or large A more practical and effective kind. .IUh With a For l*. Twist. izrtti=lt"fjr"-lre Choice ,' ;11''

omission made. Address, with 2 cent .why he so seldom sees a pretty girl on a Taught by long experience: : the govern- 'Here are two specimens of "pigeon Sold by J. B. Screven, only. Wines Liquors :i p

Imp forsealed particulars Clifton Soap I bicycle. That is an easy problem; the mont of India has elaborated. system English" which serve to
|a 0 Manufacturing Company, Clncln- test is made in the wrong town. of relief machinelike in its operation, foreigners who master our tongue deserve ..and Cigars. ;w.t

Ohio. credit for hard work. Eiccrslon Rates s Via Guaranteed rare. a
Quite an excitement was caused at capable of being put into effect at anYtime great Cheap O .
I I and of adjustment, to the needs of Belgian scientist who contemplates .i, Sold at reduced "
Why will you buy bitter nauseating Canton the other day by the appearanceof any particular scarcity The old notion leaving Brussehi and intend to locate price !

I I i leI when Grove's Tasteless Chill an Italian organ grinder and a bear that a government cannot be made re- in Chicago writes me to' 88,71: shall The Plant System Imported '

etc i Is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup. Otherwise the town is resting well. ponslble for death from starvation anymore get in '70Dr city in February. And I Tokay Win; JI i I

Qr druggist Is authorized to refund than for deaths by fever ha din think the next time I am in Chicago I from Italy. ,\: ':
e money in every case-where It fails to hall fix ". To Nashville Tenn., account Tennessee '
Spring medicine is a >necessity whichHood's appeared. Every rural official is made myself. f 'f.l
Centennial
re., Price, 00 cent 23-10-07 Sarsaparilla grandly supplies. It to feel hi* responsibility and is minutely A-Danish girl who slipped on the points In Florida; tickets via the sold Plant from System all, I John B. Tognl, ,{;j
and thus and fell explained to her companion
purifies and vitalizes the blood instructed beforehand. to his particular sidewalk
The Walton Machine gives tone and strength to the whole sy&tem duty in each stage of scarcity. "It shame me very hard to as follows tickets sold Rates dally from on and Jacksonville.for after April28th Metropolitan Saloon, 121 East :Bay !J"", :"'
Rapid
Calking ,
one, $5' ; No. two, $10;No. three, $15 t First, a system of crop forecast gives think I did fall down ;just a* long* Iam. until Oct. 15th Inclusive, $24.00: JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ;ti

Itusville, Fla. e notice of the possible approach of fam ."-Chicago Tim .-UeraWL round-trip limited until Oct. lAth. Wholesale and Itts>flU.... .1 '

Hood's Pills are the only pills to take ine. When the possibility becomes from Tickets sold dally on and after April .

with Hood's Sarsaparilla. further reports probability the government NOVELTIES.The 20th until Oct. I5th Inclusive, $17.00, ',5}

11 begins active preparations to meet I limit twenty days from date of sale. WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS ,

Snails have teeth on their tongue, hun It. IU forecasts may not prove oorrect I up to date bicycle kit include oilcan ] Tickets each week sold on, April Tuesday 20th and to Thursdaysof Oct. 20tii !..i.lik

but it acts at, once and energetically wrench and pump in silver.
dreds of them, but, as if these were not Inclusive, $12.80 round-trip, limited ten
Leading dealers knowing that if it waits to verify its Numbered with costly novelties are days from date of sale.' Dally for-'military
have them also in their
enough, some late to be ;.J
too
will be
estimates action jeweled cigarette casts for women. companies and bands until Oct. .

everywhere se11BRY'S stomach. effectual.-New York Observer. Among modem table requisite are 20tb, $12.80 round-trip, limit ten days. ".

SEE S Philadelphia has nearly 1,000 miles of A Saab to th. BUmarek*. silver *ardne tray and sardine fort The trains Plant and System Is absolutely operates the double only through daily What EFFF f S IY 9OI Old!r ... ,,'

paved streets; 033 of them are laid with It seems to be .the general opinion Amber 'dark green and dark blue oar line via Montgomery and Atlanta oaIulckand otbere fellTonnle .' .a d ol0 el,' .+f ,
manh
t
p55.10 i imelaeoveyyout
n
!:w'!deli th.loee of time isbee and mend improved pavement. Pblladelphla'Is that Bismarck's secret understandingwith are favorite color for handbags of leather. reliable schedules.' bf'ul A 1..e f sear,. J r
b plantlnxs.edeofenkxowuqu.ly In America.A The newest have square tops, and To Nashville, Tenn. account Seventh ..a.w yJsswlt1.. ,
best <
1 pigskin to watered Annual Reunion Veterans, a.II. Dl.- .
.nr.ll.bl..sed.Iaar'.IILU before the lining varies frpm sa.yn'1L. M.r.rr.W ,
nr.elwge thebe.bdoaoteo..5. hprse can live 25'days without solid of Austria and Count Kalnoky lIilk.-.Jewelen' Circular. June 22nd to 24th, tickets sold] June ... e.IJ eau.. ... w.wd. '
eunanmptlun.1ou'Iletd
.ges6.tltote.g..dAsaaaifl.e.D. Information in the .
water 1890 and that ''the 10th 20th( and rate from Jackson worthla.e hetltnte on
21st
let Irepose.
M. FERRY a 00., food, merely drinking ;; 17 days 1
from RQ/I 1a. It is we.n s re r im wI onWv.
first place came villa $12.80 limit ten days from date of r
Wrr Detroit, Mloh. wlthont either eating or drinking and lee FBafD us o tor 16 .
pointed out that when Prince Bismarck ale. An extension ot ten 'days can be Cats so an pweep..r. \
only 5 days when eating solid food with- was dismissed I no secret was made in DO YOU NEED FRUIT TREES? secured by depositing return ticket with Mt w.rN Dux.x or rS wl or .. /lwrls N.re ,Ijj;:

out drinking' Vienna of the general relief, and even joint agent at Nashville 'not later than xr. i $I b t w i1 =.: ;? .

the acknowledged organ of the foreign Citrus Trees at reduced prices. Are June 2Uth, Double dally trains with i :a
said that with Count Ca- throw h cars via Plant System Sold by J. D. Boreven, only. J
office openly budded at the around on 4-year-olc
OUR FORTUNE may buy a bottleof Tenn. International
dollar &
For one you and 01 To Chattanooga A
of frankness, sincerity Florida Lemon stocks. 3,000 l
Rough
%.b D.d t'lW::':' ".::'fo:4.\Ii\: b; Ayer's and Sarsaparilla according' to, which direction if taken, may in prlvi plain an dealing era had begun in the relations them are Tardlff, others are Parson Convention B. Y.inclusive P. U., ttcketssoldJuly18th fare ,for .. e0 vMlarItxIRRIRNOg. ;
onr
time to' 15th one' .
't1l minded
'braln Is ciwe
r atEaTSOL lNBALERIIthe: :: save a.great many dollars in doctor's of the two allied powers. Less than a Brown, Ruby, Tangerine nomosasaa, round-trip from all points via Plant t
:R'..'lIet to mankind ID all b4 roubl. the truth of to the New York Triumph and Common Grape Fruit, 30o. :
\. COLD OU TIIROAT, CA. bills, and thus exemplify year. ago according System From Jacksonville $14.00, limited "
.. each 100.Boone's
Tae.. cwt i..r.rC.tmrra air the old maxim, "Prevention is better Evening Post the Austrian emperor is $:ltJ.2Ii per to July 21st. An extension of return 1 1f
atS wonderful In R. Fe..rand 4 MoWs Blood, COo
Early
: '
.bU.j" than cure." said to have declined1 to receive a member limit to August 13th can be obtained !
.:'ro: -1.Qii II7NYYaL.iyCyIBeaAW W = r in the following each $40 per 100. by depositing ticket ,with agentat f
lb. B..1 w .. ., Iwo. of the Bismarck family Satsuma and Mandarin, 40c. each. 'ij,
lab 1iue_. tr1CWS.,......Q L a.F1r. "I act only an em Chattanooga prior to July 19th.
words am
,
that. Lamb COo. each.
Orange,
New York city became so big/ .
but a man of honor and I MMV Seedless Fruit 60c each, $40 For further Information address; : I
Grape KS
Brooklyn had to be anted to store a part pens elate only with men of honor." per 100. R. LTODD, .C. H. How san, TNa Nd01YNIOMTN.. t

of it Also all of the varieties of peaches :J j Dlr. Pass. Ajrfc, City Pas*. Agt., sW.80IENTIF10 '
aad ..,.. S O.,W. Parkhlll, City Ticket Agt., < "!
be that are known to be beet suited to this -'-II'r =- k ,
IIm
and apricots can gown .
Nectarines
Ran I Jacksonville, J'la. _l -w w I.-G
Francisco the .. I
Is won to hT the 'South Florida Motion Including
plant in the world for disposing anywhere that the peach'or prune will ITEMS OF INTEREST.In ew Free Stone Orange peach, that []F. If. Jolly Dlv. P.. Tampa .Ir.eae.n1.y.ss1.W ;
.
Haycrsh .
citJ' refuse by fire The building thrive welL originated In Orange county, and I 18 the It O. T. .A. ,'.t.r: :". ::.. ...... '
...
I be of brick: and iron, with a huge A wasp will eat anything, from carrion his book on"The Education of the beat peach yet out for this section. J.MERIOJI I

e7 900 feet high for iU most especial enemy of all Insects Central Nervous System" B. P. Halleck JAMES MOTT, .,... .., ,k.E /.
to fruit. H is that seldom .....,. I ...... .._..
g feature. There: are to be 88 of its species.It says "It i* probable one OBLAKDO NCBSBBT, Prop'r. ......... ....lj..III-, 'f'1J
**1 With combined forcing net own gets an absolutely new' idea into hi* Winter Haven, J1a.WANTEDJ'AlmruL. :.. ethe. ".,-... eooe_LA.a. (;d
capacity 4M>aTBar. seatre* AUitress "1ft
*
? for the trees while they are he is 80. 1'
to ashe !. better head after l.
400 ton a day of mal < i U NUNS CO.,
gathered by.the municipal way growing to raise hoed crops among them, After wltDMsino a football..* in MEN OR ien s I ITI Mt BMi4..s.. Kww Trh.

The plant is to be constructed so the trees will get the benefit of the tb. City of Mexico in which ODe player responsible

I and owned by a prime corpo- cultivation. was seriously: injured Mexican paper established house In Florida.. Salary

on. a filet which shows that San condemned the game a* brutal expxa- 1780 and expense Position permanent. WatMAnwarj Idea 1--:3> ; ,

"hUe a oommeoda- ADVOCAT. Titus- ins th* opinion that the Latin.race wa Reference. Enclose eU-addreeed
the
Ie effort to with Remember blooded to play it ....peeI envelope. The National, Star & =
keep the tim_, ha. yule, does all kinds of lob printing. Giveus too hot an.: ,
Chicago.
Insurance Bldg.
takequite ,
the right way to do.*. a share of your war .] Ii





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a e bad leave from the vicinity of Fort r ,, Lauder- passed through arrested Tltnsvtlle Capt.on Sabate Wean) dayl and I & Summer Good
its
today progres- afternoon,
-f1HDIO[ RIVER ADTOCAtE.A +- prosperous the old, dale, and Immediately endeavored 'to get orew of five\ men; the same night, at,, Spring
sioninot, been hampered by the. dynamite cruiser Vesuvius! t to go I Miami: Through their attorneys Robe
y old-.tory of "too much polltlcs) there to Intercept the filibuster. J1'alllnlr I bins A Graham, .they waived eJtamfna-,
t'' ; "' _10.JOCBjrAL DBVOTBD TO T.. IOFHBHT .. .- Thecbusiness men are the men who ia this owing to tile dynamiter needln" Lion, and were placed under $1J() bond

+ or .tarn IHDIAK .1.... tAWOBTHt .. make a city; let the business men repairs to her machinery, he toelegrapbed each for appearance before United] Only .. .." ... _. ..
Storekeepers
f ABBHCMOAVITB*AY KOTIOHIPUBLISHBB to Key West, and succeeded io ha.lng States Commissioner Eagan at 'Jacklon- To ;
and let the politician
rules the city. the Marblehead, which had lust arrived villa Tuesday June 8. The defendanta

rsyERT FRIDAY go 'bang. there sent in chase, with the .relult a are F. T. Sabate, W. B. Splerl, Stock o!' the
Jobn Complete aboye-nai
have
stated above. John Bravo ''Paul Jacobs, We now a ,

w C.*.. H. WALTer, XdltorBPropriek FREEMASONRY AND THE JU...' buaterlng The Biscayne business Is a new She one(ormarlyn In the pli fill. Wise charged, and by Charles B. 11'. Hambleton Henry. They, spealal aae: Goods' at Low Prices, '.

_. the Indian River. of the Treasury, of 'vIolation ,
VHXBBB OF BILEE. the CubaII' agent Revised: Stat- and In the piece, fine meshes
General Emlllo Nunec of Section 3177 of the Mosquito Nets, on frames ; Sand-flv net
and"Dynamltf Johnny" O'Brien, States, "It unlawfully for'Suits; Straw hats;. Wash CottonaJessiim
.' THE FLORIDATRESS A6SOCIAT I leader, utes of the United Screen cloth; Cotton Crashes ; '
The : Prince of Wales has de- the Cuban coast pilot, are both believed refusing to acknowledge e the Wash goods, White goods Ducks, etc. We keep everything usutily

AII'FIL..tltl) WITH TDB I cided',to convene a special Grand, to be on board the Dauntless. authority, of said Hambleton, and 01 did tbe Lawns demand; ; are prompt In shipments, and .aim to give best value for the mn

National Editorial Awociation the Royal Tuenday'a Citizen says: resist the powers and functions Liberal dealings our motto. '
, ; Lodge of Freemasons at ,According tn a dlnpntch mevlved 1l\ltt said Inspector( of Customs of the Unlted'j POLLAK & CO.
; t' .. Albert Hall, South Kensington. evening from the Citizen's currellponl- States of America, by refusing to admit BENEDICT, ,
, Check,eto.,may bn mad payable to CII..aLM, June 1-1 In Treasury In peo- the steamer
London, on Monday, ant at Miami, Special or permit said officer to enter St. Jacksonville, I F
and proprietor I hand. and hlnderlnl 34 & 36 W. Bay
I ,H. WALTOIfpubll.1IIe celebration of Her Majesty's 1 Dia. tar Hambleton was very roughly Biscayne, forcibly obstructing 32, .
4 Jed by crew on board of the Iteamer the performance oduty. his
a8 the /: him, in
will
He preside
w, Dlraontlimanca'Clto""tII. must be made pe noondfjubllee. Biscayne, when seized Qn M. nday. ." Lee Carroll, Charles, Ball, and

4, email;at thin office x>r by writing. Most 'Worshipful Grand Maand'ib ;The story follow: Brainard Ball are witnesses for the Gov. McMURRAY MLJ9Sk\ TTXTT Carriage and
'is expected that the Duke of Miami Jane 1.-B. E. Dambleton, ernment. P. E.

'; I Onnaugbt, Provo G. M., of Slisses:. special Inspector of the Treasury De. Wagon
t &
Addrcm all oorommlcatloni toINDIAWfaVER partment, arrived here front Fort Lauderdale *
: ADVOCATE wlir.be: present, as well as many late last night.. Mr. JIl'mbletn. rIr! AH communications for this ]paper
Freemas.ona. of his recent ex.perlenoe "THE ADVOCATE, BAKE Mater!
1,, other, distinguished gave a graphic account should be addressed It ,
'+ t1fTo.vrLLI., "LDaIDA.r The (function will be similar In. with the filibustering expedl-; Tltusvllle, Fla." This will insur 1m.. '
--- Dealers In
( '- -- that held by, the lion lie said. mediate attention. W
character to B sB fc* *ss Vs Bls s
Friday s
''We left here about midnight iV
'Jr you receiver copy of this pal Grand Lodge on the occasion of In a schooner for New diver, ha"lng Dump Carts, Saddlery treasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts, etc.,e

per, it Is senoras a friendly meso the !jubilee)j celebration ten! year. bees instructed to watch that poInt. Notice.n Main and Church Sts.. JACKSONVILLE FLA.

senger to solicit'your subscriptPATBONIZB ago, ,and only brethren provided: Upon arriving at New River about( dRY- ,
with tickets will be 'admitted. light, we saw an ocean tug lying off the [ Circuit Court of the 7th Judicialcult Clr- .
New River and cut Brevard County, A. D.
bar. We went into of Florida,
',' our,advertisers ; 1 tbey Tbere,will be a procession of Grand anchor near the mouth where we remained 18 7.tana The NeiSelden ,' r*

sell) honest goods<< at rock.bottom Officers to the ball from the clotb. until Sunday: when the Elsetrrtved : Walker Sweet ) ,
y tell them saw their Ing-room, and on the Prince recb- at daylight} and tied up near UR, VS. 5 Bin for'DIvorce.
prices; you )
'" Inour' journal, and Ing'the'throne' ) a fanfare ,will be remaining there during the day. Onboard Charles U. sweet. bill of "mplalnt
r announcement of the Biscayne Wall what I con. fi T appearing by the sworn of the Door Compaq
I4 have called for their, bargains.T sounded and a grand march played salved to be about three carloads of arms 1 In defendant the above iw eauite but that known the was residence In New 0... Cypress ,

on the: organ. The Grand 'Mastel' and ammunition. Several men aboard Ie m., La., but that his whereabouts at pre ent IB .
of the In surf boats, Rod a unknown to complainant,and that there
ashore re
having expl'aLned'th object !the tug came rarvlcebpoena of
in Chicago will Jo tbe State of Klorlila FLA.
K Englishmen ; mbiy it is expected that the consultation took place. The wind had .no. person upon whom would bind said defend. PALA'rKA, ,
diamond jubilee of see*! hard and the sea was roujlh, defendant i. over the 'KI l of
celebrate the been blowing and that the to
ant on
the
Earl olLathom, pro-Grand Mastel', that the It i. therefore ordered. that the< de- Opened October 1st, 1800, turned steam
thought 21
fact no one yeara.
and In
Queen Victoria by, the endowment; will move an address of congratu. Intended, outride. Ii went omlant. the said hlbl: : ). Sweet,do appear.t Door Sash
Bli
ilacay ne going ClerU'B ofaoe.n t the and Best Equipped
Cf a number of beds in a hospiThisiis sue'' a lion.U* Her Majesty, which +will to sleep and awoke at daybreak, and be SECOND DAY OF AUGUST, 189T, One of r the Largest ,

a fitting(.honor to a be seconded by Earl Amberat, .s saw the Biscayne coming toward the 10' lie being Rule Day to plead answeinur <:
tame United States
woman; and congratulate ourEngli.b' Master. It- Is un. let.She/ crossed the bar and tied up to the bill: or complaint tiled nolleubltghed he eIAnd be and General Wood Working Plants in i the
this
fellow citlaene on their DeputyQrand iloogslde the tug. I was then takf'n It la further ordered that ,
lerstood that the 'Grand Master< lutBlde and boarded the Biacayne. III in publlihed the INDIAN In RIVER Tltunvtlle AIDVOOATewRpaper Brcmaty a experienced management, (covering a past experience of sit;

good sense AS: well as,charity. rill make'sixty appointments to >doing I waa stopped by I :Mate Splen, o Florida. OHM a week for eight ooo.eoo., And with the of our company may confidently expect the tloseible
JI'' Grand,iQlflce,'divided between tbe who endeavored to prevent my toar the weeks prior.. the 2nd day John of :Angunt 1). IJroome nellt: ears In Cypress material') and patrons workmanship at ou&hands. Our production will co\

"'r of -.Wales who as I and i clis.: he boat, but I presented a sh tgunonmanded and Witness of mild the court Honorable, and the seal of said oourt, Blinds Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, e
t. THE JPrince netropolls! the provinces, him to stand aside, .at the t wigs lltusvllle, Florida, this let day of June, D Doors, Sash, ,
.l Duke of Cornwall,'ie ground land. ricts abroad. The meeting Is lIam time placing him under arrest. I 107

lord of>I ennington,oval, the great Ikely io,be one of the most I 1m: hen demanded that the loading of i ooal [L. S. ]4 A. A. STEWART Oiromit Cuurt, ,

South .London cricket ground, ,1,liasI' iortant,ever held in the history of be stopped and proceeded toward tbe m -July30 Clerk MIAMI -

in reJ daughter ,illot-house, where Captain Sabate W8S. .
inserted a singular.provision he craft, the queen being a and placed him under arrest. Durlog .

}a sewing ?the lease life stipulates of Grand Master of Fiaasons his time, the excitement was JJltense, SOMETHIGOOD

ft "that ,soldiers, sailora, policemen and a large ,contribu and I Will surrounded by about twenty DO YOU WANT

4 ,,, and postmen are at all ''times to be to Masonic"'charities.JAPTClOEtOF .- non, many of whom threatened. my 1 life. I II S1o

'. admitted, '.to t grounds free of / gathered held them around off so with thick a gun that, It but wa/they'a 'I AND CHEAP ?1An tan Lots Now on

l,; charge., FILIBUSTElTuesday' Iffloult task. I was unarmed from be-
n lad and waa then thrown down, beaten abstract showing perfect title vvl1be' \

1$ TwENTYitbousand sheep and 1 five and ialoked. furnished to each purchaser: of t anyof KINfiSLEY General Agent For
referring to the Mr. Uambleton's 'head was hadly I the following lands In Brevard oounty: A .E
thousand bullocks the New Citizen, and,bla b.ruined. ,
I .A.. 0ay wollen, his eye blackened, Right front on the north side of Main "
York Presswill.be lent from A .. above According, say: to"a dispatch received In rent, Tltusville.! Riparian rightsnd ex. Mrs. Julia D. TuttCHOICE

trail to ''London, Rug.' for t tbe tbe city by the Government attorn "After they released me, I reluctai, to the channel, and the City Wharf
'queen's jubilee. The beasts will lut evening,from West Palm lieaob, the left the Biscayne, and Wall astonished to extends along the lot on the south side.1 I

1 make the voyage, "9n .'the, boo ," uUor Daantlofts MaobleheaiT' oft Palm captured Beach about the Iteam nisterday. < see tanning the the two'horizon boats part with shortly the glasBel after.!. There bulkhead is a large of warehouse the City Wharf on the wblob lot atthe BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYn

q but their share in the,\,celebrati tug 'The tug was said to have The' Marblebead was located .everal Jroes with the property and 1,000 feet of

"; J.+ will be purely .disinterested. and been oauglut the act of taking on a oar- miles southeast of us.the The northeast DauntleBI J ntable property along the city landing.: all parts of ,the Town'Carefully. Selecte
be-served In and wuIn then steamed oft to Prloe of including warehouse. ,
will and ammunition, property
culinary.. They of arms foulld. -
go and there
w1 weDt to Fort Lauderdale Lands onvHiximi
which Immediately Fruit and Vegetable
the cruiser 1,000.
all etyl a"at, the great dinner which i charge by lest.' the Blsoayne loading the balance of 1 the' -

rii 1a Ito Jbe given-ilmder the.patrom, Dispatches started received to Key by the Citizen oargo aboard a train, whichwent Dorth. Four and abut acres of land In I the : River and Bay UiscaynE3

of Itbe' i'rlnoess of Wales,. to t the from IU oorrenpondents at Palm Deaoh I again demanded that the work but top I wa inthe utbeast quarter of southeast quarter Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.
I of the slum London. and Miami failed to confirm this Information name of the government, of section 20, township 21, south rsnge
poor The FLORID
d q''r .,._-...,......_....... but from the latter place It walt! told left for to mind the south my business., and I telegraphed Billoayne to S east, at Minis station, on the J.. T. & Main Office, Hotel Miami, -' '- MIAMI,
Itated that the ;;Dauntless was being arrest I the K. W. R'y, four ralles north of Titus- .
pig A:iPtCTXJBKSQUE character' i reo based by the Marblehead. The lelzure the Deputy Collector" here to vUle. This 1* in the western part of the

moved from public life ,inline de. of the steamer ,VUonyne, was, howev, lteamur ADd crew. a preliminary hearIng irnbull hammock and has been all t r
In a dispatch from Mlaml'How. as The crew wlll.liave to be set to orange trees.
ported oleared ready
feat of Senator Call., :.He,had been before United States CommUsloi
identified with the nenate for'eig. I:' i SUsoayne was seized by Ewan to-morrow. George M. ,pobblos, Price $250.: .
"The steamer IOMESEEKERS
of'1 Tltusvillo will\ represent the defei .. .. ''''
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"
teen years, and during the .wbole Deputy Collector llaruey of the customs la expected to arrive The southeast quarter of the northwest '

i ,of that period there ,wasnot day+ part men t. She la suspected of uarry', ant.night, and to some conduct one the prosecutU quarter of section 18, township 21,
and from Fort< One-halt
which be did ,not make InK a cargo of arms men United Statea Marshal Is expected I tonllht .outh range 36 east; 40 acres. '
upon Lauderdale to the steamer Dauntless 011 of this Is excellent hammock land andthe in th
peeoh about something. .Cuba New River bar.Mt! Might. The Biscay with.warrants for the Bisciyn, other half Is muck land. It Is situated Who arc Seeking a Home

vas his favorite theme, and on this w..ta boarded at New ether" by Special ow.Washingtoot D." C. June 1.-Tbo Seo- within three-quarters of a mile ofMirna ,
could In Oflloer Uambleton, Who+ endeavored to station and four miles north ofTltuavl1e.
he eloquent
subject wax haa received a
fact-at moment. He has af. take charge of her but It la reported retary of from,the Special Treasury Inspector IJambleton \ A very desirable property.Road South should send, to the undersigns
any telegram
Jo theBtatlon. :
unable to anything the to
tbat he was through property -
forded the wherewithal for col.um at Fort Lauderdale Fla., Itatlng passes ,
transferred IUo-
a the arms And men wove otlNew 'Price $200. .
'.columns in eulogy .of >Cuba oe..fully. The Blsoayae arrived here at that he boarded tee steamer Biscayne i -
I
upon of the
River Inlet at a o'clock Monday for a
and denunoation( of Spain, but tbe 8 i'olooK, and Immediately for of Bel nix zed men 1 bydeputy mornlnlC, ,while she was transferrii OK TUB ST, LUCIE, RIVER. popy ,

trouble was that. few would ,naten ted collector.of engineer John orew Bravo; fintmate arm., ammunition and coal to the Daunt : Lot 4, section 82, township 37, IOUth v
oonBl
,t ,to him. lIe was, said to be"the W. Spiers and three others. Special l Ius, and that he was knocked down, range 41 east, containing 77 acres. Thistract Coast'Homeseeker
s? most uninteresting talker in the Agent; Hambletou was net on board JtII dlaarmed and driven oft. This telegramwa has a quarter of a mile front on the Fl'lorida East
t to the Attorney General for and lies few hundred
referred a
i of.hls supposed that he la at :New River, andwm 8t. Lucie River,
?'r senate, and nearly everyone be unable to reach here until late .uob action aa the gravity of the occi feet west of where the Florida EutCout
speeches .contained the complaint ; He left here Friday raornlolompanled rencemay warrant. This la the only R'y crosses the river. It has anloe

that he was,not given the prop, l destination then was unknow Department corroboration of the report land. Price f30 per acre. We will not'out We 'have lands for Fruit Growing, ,

> attention./ though they had news of the, propowledltlon. telegraphed Monday night fromFort thin lot.Ipply and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest In the United' States.Apply
Lauderdale detailing this ,&Mault '
'
.. or write to the to
;la POLITICAL MACHINES. 'United States Commissioner EwiIvad and the subsequent capture MarbleheaJ.of tbe ROBBINS & GRAHAM CO.,
:
cruiser
from Coooanut Grove to-nlltbtl Dauntless by the have Tltusvllle Fla. J'AS. E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner,
and crew will be trleo The Department officials say they ,
an"I the Biscayne
By degree. the people .f tin r no doubt that the Dauntless had ju. '
before him. I I InCuba .. FLORIDA EAST COAST' R'Y,
successful landing
cities are coming to the coneiusio At 11 o'clock this morning United returned from a and her U. $. Department of Agriculture ,
of munitions of war, capture ] FLA
tbeDeed and not mere Stat l man-of-war passed here goinglouth ST. AUGUSTINE,
that men
,
at full speed. It was suppose ia regarded aa highly importan leather Bureau-.Jupiter, Fin. '
+ political machines to direct, their Marblehead, ohaalng tbeJaunUeIB. The persona who maltreated Inspectc -
t to be cruiser --
destinies. It will take time to>> per. The Dauntless passed CIUJ'Ifort ntfrleton while In the discharge of hisduty !
,
The following Is a comparative Itatement -
order .f things but 13:10 o'clock, en route 10Uth.Therell as a United States, offfoer, It I IIitated '
the at
feet new i light of temperature and rainfall for theweek
looking into the fog .f future age nothing new at this tlraar" wd wlU.be rigorously prosecuted.fAsuiKQTON ending Tuesday May 25, 1897. .D R : C. F. HOUSTON,
West Palm Beach .
from 2.-8ecre-
vaguely discern a glimmer A dispatch D. C, June -18 r- -1896I.ATIC. ,
we can .. follows: "Deputy Collector .Curt tary Gaga has received the followln MAX. SITS. MAX. Mil .
affairi wiU DEDSJ'TAL P.A..D.Loa.s
of that municipal receive : :
hope hu not jreturned. No news tele gram dated Tuesday from JeiTerso 2tJ 83 00 I 84 7i:
some day be wlthdtawa from the from Lauderdale. No boata have alledPalm n. Brown, collector of customs at KeyWfllt 27 83: 73 83 7. Keen.1
a domain of politics, and the men Beach to-day. Fla. : 28 84 74 83 74 EstabllBhed 1884. )))0( Cor.'Bay and Laura Sta., over Mr.
who will be chosen ,to hold office From Lemon City *waa received tilefoUowlng. "The tug Dauntless was, lighted by; 29 82 70 82 61
la current on:
: : -"The rumor the United States steamer Marbleheai 30 74 67 83 7J JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
will be those who have the public the streets to-day that another larg oft New River; this district, with steame 31 87 71 84 78W ,
welfare at heart-those whose char ( ban expedition sailed, or attempted transferring to herboxes 'l.M to "i'
Dlaealne alongside 1 74 83 7IiTotal For the next 30 days prices will be aa follows: Gold Fillings,
'6 acter for boneety and ability is un to sail from the Parties New River arriving llleotionSaturday hereby supposed to contain Marbleheai arms andammunition. rainfall for the week; 8.03 Inchc PI aStibillllnRI, 600. to $1; Alloy, Fillings, fl to $Ui6; ,Plates, $5 to .8; 'fullI IeII...
aasailable not eelf-seekUg schem. night When tha hours (' ) \ to $ where plate i
In .
Fort Lauderdale 8.76Inohe. fell 22: beginning .
from ou.Sets
o; boat yesterday ahe dropped operators and attendantbssdold and
the Biacayne polite
wal I sighted by Flrst-clasa Continuou
ere whose only object in obtainhij report that four oars of war suppllt18were New Btver. ThDauntlell a. 01. Sunday 30th, and ending ':a a, n. .
oft and proceeded up
of Teeth
I made and
.
office is the opportunity' It afford left there by the southbound tralllSaturday attempted to escape, but atteihoura 1londay.Departure )' repalreft.
normal rainfall
from for
'tbeweek
their afternoon but warepioked upIhortly | overhauled by theMublehead r
to swell the size of, pocketbooks 'wo chase waa : plus 7.35 inchea. Departurefrom
train anlltJken
by a following work and taken Into custody,
4 to their ofllotal position normal rainfall since January
use 1
or Reporta from Snake Creek, this and turned over i '
into port
,. for personal advantage alone. a Imall station nine. miles north of here, &brollght 0 me i to-day. There were twelve Cu.bans.on plus 10.40 Inches. and Lem |
When we see mea elected ,irreapecr are that this work train, with Its entireorew board, bealdas the crew. Noarms J. W. CRONK, Observer. E.tablbh d 1885. Pineapple Orange ,

It; "' fife of their.political faith, vhlcl of about 100 men and camping can,, and ammunition.' Before beingo.erhall1ed Land For Sale, Ch'eap.I .

should have nothing' to do with for among there which late were Saturday four loaded evening cars,, apeparenti arrl.ed Dauntle a was by aeen the'throwing Marblehead oyerboardboxel ,' the J. S JOHNSON CO. L. BARBOT & CO. have for sale 8Q acres of ptneaPP1

things municipal, our, hopes to lie over night, but arrived which did not Heat I land on St. Lucie river, a few mileslow
the future rise, because when his of men numbering about thirty I Ion The Biscayne went up New River to Eden, '40 of which being/ norhea4quarter
principle once established It it he southbound paaaenger train al i iabou' Fort Lauderdale, having on board anumber Manafactarvn of General Commission. of northeast quarter of aee80/Iasi
.: 10 o'clock and board d the work of boxes and men. She wee ordered of'range 41
south
to take firm root retrogceaaion ,18, township 38,
likely being altogether foreign to train, which I minodlately departed north.ward. to atop by Deputy Collector Curry, .....Fishing Supplies.... ,: the other 40 U the northeasttigna
J
discharged hercargo
I but continued on and
avl
r of southeast
of the American peopfe la that their Intention Is e.9 C yv quarter east.
the nature ; Pile supposition on the carlo The Biscayne now a aWh 38 south of range 41 to
and'as each city frees itself from waa to embark from Yew River, a* In oUltody at :Miami." ::3 .:::s"-a: .... !if ::: J township The above,land can be bought for D
*
bat UII. :::>
the shackles of political thraldom, did ha one of a ahort time that ago UM ex.ceedlngl The department of Justice will Institute Instruct: A.t sc eI: __ W per acre. It U suitable for ptaeapp
thou/tbt quite probable to
/ the United States attorney
it. will serve as an, example to heavy wind and high sea these veaaela. orange, lemon or lime growing.,cree. w
against 40
neighboring cities, which '...111 fol. wbJ.eb baa been running since 8atardalDllflat and leKal proceedings! the persona who assault- Cotton and Linen, Netting Rop'e, 329 & 331 POYdras St., Will. be sold land in will loU won of be worth f.1Ioaah.
Etc.tFllhlDR This
low in the same line, until a city ; would Interfere with the plan eel the Inspector while In the discharge Cort.i. Leads,, Twines '
Tu capture la due to the efforts ofSpanI Itl. It ia thought that the v- Tackle of every Description; Hooks, NEW ORLEANS, LA. per acre. ADVOCA Tl
and of duty. ,
dpmlnated by the machinery LI .. Rods Reels Sinkers Baits Apply to C. U. Walton "
'haa 1 eto.
ah Vice Consul Potoua, who wiD be liberated and their\ ol1lcenplaced Grahamvllle Tad
chicanery of politics will be a beea oa the lookout ever since the Dannt- under arrest. ,, TARPON! TACKIJt A BPKO1AJLTT.Jaltlmore. .I RznRXyczzlteetopoouua I n Bank office; or" to Bobbin A ,

rava avis in the United States I.. .aft savannah two weeks ago. Ueloaned XaSay who eom.ierc..PDCI... '
Marshal Md.
Many a city would be far more !, that an expedition was about to VaUed States .
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the moved business'Mr.Mrs.summer.C.to J.,W.last F.Melbourne Chase Dolton week.from was this In week Bay Melbourne View' to'.spend, was on p..F E..R T I L IZ ER O t i



visiting here
on Sunday last. '

Mr. W. P. Arnold was in Melbourne :

OY last Mrs.Thursday R. A. Conkling,on business.and Miss Emma !L SPECIAL: PI.ICAS i-1m ;

lowell, of Tlllman, were here Thursday. .

L. n. Wells and Mr. MoCome, from '1
Grant, were here Tuesday evening. H] Gro'--vvers I ,
:Jic..e $ Q ;
Beach parties are plentiful now, and __ : lsh o __
G the result is everybody has turtle meat ",. .
and eggs. : "'
AKiN FinoopploIj'ortiliszlorlsr: : : : a '.
Subscribe for the ADVOCATE. A few 'w
hi nr- Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to .
more good; subscribers wanted at Mala. Compounded with chemicals, suitable for the I plant, and has boon :: '
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bar.J. thoroughly tested with excellent results.GUARANTEED us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you monty .':'
\V. Washburn IB having his boat I r ;
Pure. thoroughly; overhauled, and rigged. over ANALYSIS. : STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE, : 1 .'" .

Absolutely into a sloop. [LH Ammonia. . ,. ... :"Wr;'J(' . ....R to 6 percent BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE, : '11'"

''SSthfulneM.Ita iM great urea leavening the food strength against; V Mlas Cassle Shaw, of Grant, Is here. Phos. Acid. . .. .. ,,j;'<-." d. . i. ,6 to T.per cent. DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA, :
Wall of adulteration common to She ban been. visiting her sick sister . } .... .... "
form : Potash . .. 'Vi. -A to 5 per cent. SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS jj. ;'.
"haul/ brands. Mrs. C. W, Dolton-for a week or: so. ; t V; ,_ E-t ," ;.

Hut,BAKING POWDER CO..'New York. Mr. L. H. Wells, of Grant, was hero LH : '.ESP" Write for SpecialPamphlet., TOBACCO DUST,. COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, /j t

Tuesday bidding his friends adieu, be- : air with COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.!: '
fore leaving for.Fort :Myers. : Special Mixtures compounded machinery at very low
0::: .
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Banyan. The ladles W. C; B. M. Society meetsat H : prices. ;(A .,.: ,, : .

--- the school house to-day. A good pro-
gramme will be rendered in addition to Please .Correspond nii before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for
of In-
and Humphrey! the
tours. Mlot regular business meeting.': t
nit, are In' Banyan. working on Jake E. B. Arnold is giving"bls residence on iI: Pamphlet.- l't' +

d'. ouae. A the river bluff a coat of paint, and other- '
rain''' on' that LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
shad a nice Sunday wise improving the appearance of his m
i appreciated by our pineapple grow- comfortable home and grounds. 4 A

Dr. n. D. Brown, of Melbourne, has .. or1d.a .
j J'aeckaoriviue. &
: :
In. R. C.CCreech and.children are been here every day for a week post, la,
tiding a few days in' Bovine, visiting visiting; one of his patients Mrs. C. W. ,
itlvej.t\ Bolton, who has been very sick but is
Provost left Tuesdayfor on the road to recovery now, much to ?Mr. Harry 13. Curtis and Miss Lorena 81' Kathleen, to be hauled out and re "
and C. D.
R. Atlanta and other points, where the joy o; her many friends. Faber In the bonds of marriage. The paired.: G. G. j

will take a much-needed vacation. -... groom and his wife left on the north.'noon Mrs. J. Allen Lovelace arrived here SPRINGER. .
y brain for St. Augustine and the Monday, from Green Cove Springs.;
he sound of the hammer and the Roseland. Miss Faber Is a popular young lady of Captain and Mrs. Lovelace will ,
z of the mosquito can be heard on her community and will be most sadly the yivell cottage. -occupy. -- Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper. Of ------ '
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sides.DB missed, both by the community and her
Miss Katie Cain returned from Mlcco family, They ,go from St. Augustine to Capt. John B. Smith still remains very
of our citizens recently shippedr the latter part of last week; Beloit, Ala. ill, confined to his room. His Illness Is '
standard crate of pineapples 'to of so serious a nature that very little I'C.EAND I :
There Mrs. D. Cain .went to Micco last Fri
mlngbam, Ala. were just I hope Is entertained of his complete re- '
ten dozen pities In the shipment,' and day, for an indefinite stay with Mrs. Wabasso. covery, but his friends, hope for the beat }
express charges; were $6. We men- Harris.
friends Charles] Williams, who is connectedwith ,
these facts so that our may
i last
Miss L. Cain went to
careful how they ship pines by Woodley i Miss Lucy Leatherman arrived here the postal service at Jacksonville, .j.jF
zees Stokes.Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs. E. M. lately, from Warrensburg, Mo. was way In to Eau East Gnlllo Melbourne last Thursday, where,he on was his DistilledWa tep

and Messrs. Stokes and Swayne of Wood- Elder I. W. Leatherman and family one of the Interested parties In a double
07 other building maul ley, have been tip the Sebastian river are now occupying their new house. wedding Friday evening, Miss Horton Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water cool
direct from the Builders' Supply being the brltlo.,, ,
hunting alligators. rs.1
and the lumber- IMI' Miss Virgle Wigfield, of Toledo, was .
Augustine,
,St. save ..
1 man's commission. L. C. Moore Is hauling pine barkon calling on friends.. Wabasso a few days I .. .

-.-- ,-- some of the worst parts of the rqad ago. / twill .TO THE ADVOCATE COIL, Cocoa and West Palm Beach.:. ;
between the depot and the Inn. Work on the new store building RESPONDENTS.W .' ., ,

Melbourne., Tuesday, 'at five'p.. m., word was received be pushed along; as rapidly as possible -- --.- .-- ---' ---
t '. y from Micco that Mr. V. H. Harris now.. Our merchant needs more room. often get correspondence from our nil mer.
IDE: A OOODB.-Real Estate and Loans. was very low, with little hopes of his re J. R. Leatherman has a good start fora oils writer along the Kut Count of Florida SEEDS FOR SDMMER'iROPSxearl ,
and and '
cent for Mtn London Liverpool which take the whole staff to ilcliiher *-
nation paid to the Interests ol. non real.Dte. later account Informs us' that Mr. orange and other fruit trees the past. to prink a few rulei for their gnlilftnoe ... follows I i- .

Harris died about 7:1)0:.) p. m. on Wednes- week. i and date Millet!! or Caltoot . . .. ? .allots per Ib!, post paid .
,day. 1. Write the name of your nontnffloe ,
Millet German.. a a
MELBOURNE, FLA.- on your Item before mailing them.
willfully L CARLETON situated on a high bluff over- 9. Number the pages of your mammnrtpt but Amber Cane, ..,. . '"' . ' 2ftots n ? e. e
king the Indian River. First-class accomiHUuons Gardener Wants Position. Sebastian. do not numtwr the.Item.. Write only on one Kaffir Corn, (white or red). . . . . . .2 otl" It to to.
,and rates reasonable. ._ & slih of the paiier,and do not fall to sign| your. Jerusalem . . itoots '. e fry
.V. ROBERTSON, Proprietor. name at the clime forth-not for publication-but a san Sorghum. . . .. . . . . aficts U '* .'
mot of good ? '/' ' ' ' '
Gardener, thoroughly: competent in Mr. Warner, of St.' Lucle was here on 8. Be very careful to spell'"all names correctly Sunflower.. . .. . .'. . ,. .' .,! .liOots\ per quart. .
KN YOU GO TO MELBOURNE call at the culture of oranges, pineapples and vege I Wednesday. ,and write every l letter plainly. The printing tow peas, Whlpporwlll, Clay Rod, Ladyflngers\ Wonderful stud Conct, Bond ri
try rM..Cba, Notions Dry J.F.Campb..11&Goods Ladles'Co.ready-, Mil- tables, wants situation. Married, without R. B. Spratt and family will move to of wine a mlcmnelt people. name In a paper U not forgiven by for prices.. Full stock of Reliable. Seeds always on band. t

le and woven Underwear Ferris' Renown- children; ten years experience in this side for the summer months. ..' BttiiJ'faoW'onl.r-Viot mare; gomlp'of oplnlona I L., CAMERON. Seedsman.' > '' ,
Coreew,etc.,embroidery and colored silks, Florida. Address OABDKNEH '
D'enlropoone,Stationery eto.ewrs. .- Care ADVOCATE Mrs. L./-I. Howard:Annie and MaggieBryoe \ -and atl nut' too great length. 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE FLA.

Tltuaville, Fla. have gone to Jensen to spend the B. give Be very olfanue careful to any not one.to write 1M anything nut ipuak thatwnl of ----". -_._.-. _.. --. -.-. ---..-.--.--.---- --.-..-.----...--.--- ,
Goode & Cr6ode are putting summer months.W. your enumlr at all,unless you have something
Carter place on the bluff, .in gooder. kindly to say of them..
,
S. Weeks has a large rattlesnake ina ,16.. Bend UB your Items on Tuenday or Wednes- The
Jacksonville FertilizerCo.
t Courtenay. box with. glass front. This is rathera day,to give UII time to pat them Into type'. ,
as. T. Hogg took a trip to Fort dangerous pet. T. Please remember however not to send ,,
roe, Miami and Coooanut Grove thisk i any oorrenp on busii esa. E. M. Whaley has a fine patch of. The Misses. Amy, Florida and Sylvia you mix would be aHlinmod In of to sign your quarrels name. ]do>o I :331. .S"9-1 DLOW, C .ozi'1 D&OCcfcxmOX*. ,
have to- Stuart to visit not us up any yonr petty | IISouth'
..W. O, Barnes and Mr. E. Duncane watermelons.. .- > their Kitching uncle, B. KItchlng.gone not should tend not UK concern family, outelilBn affairs or I and troubled do not which, get I (LATE CHAPMAN SUDLOW.) ;

a trip to Cocoa, in' the launch. T. J. Harper, of Banyan, was visiting the C. B. angry when we condense your Item or leave Jacksonville Florida. '
a, last Monday.apt here'the first of the week. Major Lovett, representing Mime of them out entirely,ae we have been compelled t
Rogers Co.; was in town calling on our to done want oonaMon, to do all parties *
Ben Hogg was in town last Col. H. J. Tiffin transacted business merchants the first of the week.PauKroegellass jimtlce and for of space. 11.we were to -- MANUFACTURER OF -
publish everything that U l sent to our office for
day doing business with Messrs. Titusville on Monday.S. finished a fine that purpme, we would soon be waiting our '
de&; Goode. just time In the law court a* defendanta In libel FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and
'Bancroft Symmes, our merchant, rowboat., By the number of boats around nltil; .0 yoa must let 1111 use our jiuUrment an to '
n. H. O. Snedeker left for Oberlin, says times are getting dull. his shop, Paul will be kept busy this what fa fit Iff the ADVWATB column or what ,

o daughter,last Saturday, Mrs. ,Tanny.where she will visit I Rev. Stuart Martin preached to a large summer. Is not. I Vegetables and Dealers in Every Kind 'of Raw Material
left her home ,
for '
congregation here on Sunday. Miss Jennie Parham When i want of kind of building
'
any -
r. and Mrs. Harris and family moved 'Miss A. E. Sams arrived home last in Stinoon, Ga., Tuesday last. She will material Ir. car loads) or otherwise, the Cotton I Seed Meal Tobacco Dust Kanit Etc. Also ,
rom Bay View last Tuesday, and are week from Bay View, where she has atop en route' at Columbus. for a few Builders' Co., at St. Augustine ,
living in the Moore cottage, on New' been teaching; school for the past six days to visit relatives.. will be pleased to make yon a. deliveredprice' The PaD1ou.: EEard.-T.1D1o.: :$re zid ,4t,

en avenue. months. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. A. Hudson, Miss at four station.- You have no Ammonia. . .... ...... ,,i.j..,. t4 to 5 percent t
. 0. Snedeker caught a fine large arrived home Pearl Kennedy and Fritz Light spent agent's ol4 middleman's commission to AvailablePhosAcid.ta< ,. .0 to 8 per cent > lor 925.OO' Per Ton.
on Tuesday, and hauled him aroundhow B. B. and J. J. Laltoche three weeks : Friday last fishing on the Sebastian. pay Potash K O..i.:. ,0 to 7 per cent ) e ,

his friends he had not forgottento last week their, after old home spending in South Caro- Report plenty of mosquitoes, but few .SEND YOUR VEGETABLES and fruitto Highest Commercial Value given our brand In the last Bulletin.- ''Write for
get the big one .' visiting wholesale Prices. Orders for 2 tons and for our brands will be delivered free .f all
lina. E. ]I. William A; Co.,
depot
lee flab.While I Miss. freight charges; to any railroad on the East Const at catalogue prices, until
Annie E. Goode went to Eau visiting here last week fruit and produce merchants, 65 South .
I Ie last Wednesday, to spend a few Amy Kitchlng sailed the following party Broad rtrect, Atlanta, Ga. See their further notice. Se f
with her friend, Mrs. Wm. Trebtler, Fort Pierce. over to the ocean beach In the catboat advt. ol! page 5.W .
er elegant home on the Eau Qallle Widow : Misses Edith, Emily and Florida i' IY
r. KJtchlng, Jennie Parbam and Gertrude .
'B. Bullock and two HardestThey report a fine old ACTED FAITHFUL MEN OR a
Mrs. Raymond
1'8.Chas. J. F*Campbell has Just got children, of Ocala, arrived on Tuesday time; ; omen to travel for responsible Fred'.k. S. Morse .
complete new line of dress goods the of Mr. and established house la Florida. Salary -x-
and guests
night, are anxious( the
notions. Look at her business card Dittmar.On : We are to see regatta 9780 and] expenses. Position permanent.
e ADVOCATE; she Is always atten- Mrs. notice In the papers. TItusville ought Rel rence. Enclose self-addressed
to all orders and personal calls. account of it being so wet last Snn- to get up a fine old regatta such as we stamped{envelope. The National, Star :RE.r: :: I :EST.TE: : : :: +
3rd class ,
and
day, the W. C. T. U. Lad to postpone I used to have, for lilt 2nd Ineuraoci Bldg, Chicago.,
Monday evening the C: E. and '
be Is to
which will now boats. Theracer Naiad ready ,
their entertainment
.. Societies met at the elegant home the 2nd Sunday In ,",une. All are cordially eater. Little Bob Harden Is not afraid :au.4LMx_ ,,:DacS.o: 00.. 3TLOR.IaaAGENT : :: :: ;
n. Phillips, at' East Melbourne, invited to attend.. ol anything on the East Coast, and be IT YOU NEED Good, Reliable and "
rea splendid programme was ren- of the same opinion. Widely-Mad Newspaper, Subscribe for ,
arrived baa a crew FOR LANDS OF .
', and a most enjoyable eveningC. Dr. E. Van Hood, of Ocala, on the'ADYOCATJC. -
Tuesday night, on a visit to his father

Moore in and sisters, of this place. lie Is alwaysa Eau Gallie. Florida East Const Railway Company, 1
of
Boseland
came up he
welcome visitor here, and we hope Florida Coast Line Canal & Transportation Company, .
aunch .
Tartar, for a coffin for Mr.I time whilst here. NEW YORK r.
of Mlcco who died will spend an enjoyable watermelons.The Boston A. Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company.
' trouble. M Harris has theedeep W. B. Dorton Is shipping m

pathy of our people in this, her sad [Send the ADVOCATE tin order for any Woodward A; Rice photographic _._. .. -.- -- -- --.. ... .. -.,...._. ._. '- '- T'" 1< t
TAILORING CO '
Job printing yon need.] outfit Is In town. Awarded Gold.Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton Btate and International J.ptHlIUOII: i
ills Lyman came home from Rollins Hot weather the past few days tem- Atlanta,Ua.,100. .. .l ,:
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ge. at Winter Park a few days ago, pered by cool east winds.

"OMi think Poughkeepsle left for his the vacation-north, N. Y.to was attend The far young'colat too- Cocoa.- from J. II.a trip D.: Smith to New returned York. Wednesday, POPULAR. PRICE 'TAILORS. THE G. ii. HAMMOND COMPANT,. /

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I, as they regret to see him .go.. Don't forget the Fourth of July sports Mill Maud Taylor' made a trip to i

at TltnsvlUe. Cocoa and return Tuesday. .,

ACCO SEED .TO BE GIVEN S. 8. Jones and O. 8.Hardee were week.out MUs Annie Goode, of Melbourne., Is We Carry the Largest and PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.I '
'last of last for few
fishing Mrs. Treutler a days.
"B' to ant perSOD who will plant it on lake Poinseil visiting .
Brevard county Call at the ADVO- in the Methodist of Melbourne visit- Most Complete Line h
Goode ,
n office Kev. Best will preach hour. Mrs. John Hammond, Jnd.f South Omaha, Neb.,,. "Chloa.golll..
,.Tltusville the usual Hotel
and at at
get some next Sunday, edairs. Gleason Wednesday
lend stamp to pay postage. church Granada. e I Salesrooms,'2U: West Bay St., Thou..W. Dunk, Manager,. Jacksonville,')1'1...
busy on
The News force having been of Saltings and Trouserings{
tax list this week. Work school of manatee were observed
ing the early delinquent and late. porting In the water around the Hocks Markets IdTaaclog Rapidly ::on Lards, Hams and Bellies

Malabar."tnrdea'ie Rain Is needed by the grovel. and gardens last Sunday. .w in the State......
much. It Is very dry at this Mrs. Valt'ntloe. of Tlllman, warn in i Write u._ for Prioolalr.S

ay Wells, tf Grant, .was here time.very town last Saturday, calling, oa friends. .... --
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T. Smith C. J. Cozjrln left for Chicago and shopping. Salts (to Order $ib and $20 ..
rs' was from Grant, Capt. I
a.urday. up, Tuesday, where Mrs. Coggin; spend- Miss Halehurat and Miss Bonnell of "
on Ing the summer. Melbourne were In town Tuesday. last, Trousers to Order $4 and $s, JOB !'aIN'I'INC a

y ark of Fort Pierce, was here of Sanford, friends.. +.
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on
3Irs.Cutler,ne Kobeson calling r I ,Sample cent by malL ? .vjNIW ;
who spent a season here ay.r or two Vewr Lovell, Meyerbelm, Charlesand ; OF ALL, KINDS A". ?

:remain them II at sense, aDd since,U expected to visit Col. Travla't&m117 several other commercial men were, : YORK .COMPANY '. !f':
lima this week. In town last week looking after trad. I Street Executed at the ., : ,' .4j !+
ltd ,
sit W Il. J. L. wn. No. 17 East Bay. ,/ I ,
narrl.. from 'Bay View, Saturday of last weeknev. schooner Bristol was 'taken to '
hen on of Lawrence Tb ,- Florida. PRINTING!, OFFICE ;:
Frida7 Jut. e Jacksonville.
rel14eDC '
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to the of the .te. ADVOCATE
IOn went joined TUnsvllle, Monday, la tow .'
he ,
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where >'
and Point :; J.
Yrs,. W.B. Harris and family Faber, of City; .P
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'' i MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. Florida East Cefcast

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1e Vltella, $:10. will reappear upon hs f Florida. New York Tin Ta>fct. If*. 9-!.. OW.t April 14, tSOT.

/ tuff; this year. "Every, season from the time I Philadelphia and Boston. '

r +t Bright Light S:08Ji: *. wintering At 'was two years old, 1 suffered dreadfully Slung from Bmn.wlok: Ga., direct to New York. SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOVND (Rod Up). -

terra Haute, Ind. from erysipelas; which .PASSKNOEK SERVICE. JToTS 0 1 j3i STA'h NB. "f' ,.h ..
keptgrowing PI IdL Via Fernanrilna.. F. O. & 1'. By. and Cumberland Route -:: i: :::::. Toi;; :::::: Lv...... JaatuoavllU ....... .Ar. ': ..ir.i.:7: : ::'. _
The Vermont trotter Kendall, 2:18M, worse.until my bands were L" Jaokoonvtlle 11.16 ami Ly. Fernandina IM p m; Ar ::: : !

hqa boon set to pacing. almost useless. The bones softened 6.ao >rail m. F.Dally C. & Uii-ept P. Ry, and Sunday.So. fev Lv JacksonVKvenrttTalf t. :. Hilda( ... .;.. ......... .11.. DC.. .......... .... ::::. ......
4 ;The ,trotting season In France will BO that they would bend and severalof vllta 4 M p m; Ar farun.wlrlc Trio p m. Datfy. Faiwenger :.:.: 11 Ma ...... ....r... ,....'. ........ ,Saqt P.I.tlr.a........ ... :::::1: :::::.. ......
allowed on board tot supper Tlmradajrs.PROPOSED .. llMlallOUa I ....... ...... ..... Ar.. ,..,.Falat.*... ..r....Lv.IdV1. S45p.. .....4. : ..... ..._
open at Pan on Feb. 35 my fingers are now crooked from :::.. )( ..... ... .. ...... ... ... .Palatka. .... .....Ar.Ar l ...... ... .. r
Harden, 8, ':18", pacing, will "do" : p this cause. On my I I...... I4* ...... ...... ...... ... ..SaaMatno........Lv. ...... :: ........... ...
t 8A1UN08 .... (1I6a ...... ..... Lv.... ...... Mateo... .....Ar."V.'V.V.Daytwaa. ..' .. ... :.,'.." .. ...
::4 fl$ grand circuit of 1807. band 1 carry.large Lv. Brunswick. ...... liMa ...... .'::..: :....' Lv..Ormond .........Ara .. .... .... ...wM
wliich bat for Lv.:New York, Pier 21 E. R., ':3IP'! m., Standard Time.) i ...... IWpI4tp ,.., ..... ..... ...,...... .....:.:::. ::::: ....
.. Mar,35 to 99 are'th date for Philadelphia scars Friday May 88..RIO GRANDE..........I...... .......... Friday June ,. ...... I U .'.''.... ...... r. .......,.P*r.OrBJMre... .. ...... ..........: N.
; ti ** next hone show. Friday, June 4...COLORAIX. ........ ..... ...............Frld..y.June ...... ...... ...... .:.... .new *..yrna....... ...... .... ..nN
tu AVER'SSarsaparllla June 11...... ........,?........RIO ORANDIB...... ..,...... ...... ..Frhlay,June III ...... ... ...... ..... N ,"M.... Oak NIL ...... -. '. ... :.:::: ..... ......
)" Jockey:' Murphy has been reinstated' Friday Friday June IS.' ..COLORADO... ....:.. .................lI'rlll..y..1une ...... .b..r.. ... ...... .... M ..'.....TltuirrUl: ..:...... 46p...:.... .....: ....."

1+ .. on the, Ban franoiaoo track f would Friday June35......?'.....:!! Rill.OIfANDEy. '.':'(,.'':,'''!''''''.o.aFtlday: July .......: :..............Ce.0-* Fvtuv.b................. : ''t: ........ ............ :::::: ::::.N.

TWflTJrndgA, S:85#; ran away and i'lf'be For KvnnnM Information, steamers trains rates' etc apply CO any railroad agent or to ..:::. : .......i.'ltookleilir*.........' ::.: ..... :::::: :: ..
&' sores, provided I A. P. MURPHY. Jigent, Feraandfna. ,Fla. dIAL iAXIES..Agent 2'J.O W. Bay S .Jacksonville.H. ...... :: ..J6 .naUl.......... .. :...., ...... ...... ::
kripcked,4owli a hip recently. was 'alive and' able H. RAYMOND, General .." H..n.w.c..Oa.. .... 52351..w\ ::::::.. 4.raq ......... '' ...... ... ...... ....:
It Chance, >:18&'iron eight races) 'andtvgotteopnd C. H. MALLURY,0oeral..gent.1'ier.ll! >>, K. River and ail Broadway N.Y. .:...' : ........:Y.I'.' ...:............ ... iI '..... ...::' ...... ........
to carry'anything.. ...... ......... -----. '........ .. ,...... ........... ....
money last Mason.KaUer )'. Eight bottles ofAVer's ...... : : ........:P.ba.tf.a........ ... ..... .. .... -
...... .. ... ... ....... St. L .............. .... ....;; ; N ogg
Sg t' : ; ,, $:283 V the> ; IIOD r rot George I Sarsaparilla cured me so ...... 'tlip I.'... .... /l : : ........1urt Plasma ....... : tuna .....'. .....: :::::: .
'WUkesrtis! to be sold at auction. that I ,have bad no return of the d, v it r. ...... 811 ...... .... SOT' .. ............Sdp.. ..?..... ?-II' ....... .....,, ...... mBtuarl *
> ,. Dfil ...... s ... ........ gate ".". ....1..._ .......... '7. ...... ..... ...... '!if
jyTeraberg' It It thought, has permaejptl disease,,for more than. twenty years. ...... 64MaS5 ...... ..... 640Til ".. .. ..... ........ V4UM .... .....' ......
1 broken down at New Orleans. The .. t .. ... ..... ..:...... :.AltnUk!........: !Mall.la ...... .....: ...... .iS
k / first bottle seemed to reach the .:.:.. ..,... :..... 1111 .. ......,.Hol Hoaad....... ...... .. ....... ".
The, pacer Bnllmont A:09y ill generally spot and a persistent use of it has 4 ...... } I4p ...... ...... a tea ". .......W.., Ir..r.....,, 100 ... ...?..: .... !s|
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4is1r ..... Itp: .....' ..-.. 10 SO* .v.Blrl.ra....,. i 5aar.. .,... ..... .Ur::
i considered the fastest sleigh horse perfected the cure-O. C. DAVIS, ....., a lOp ...... ...... llOOa84Ap Ar..rTtlt Calm ...........LT.. r 114& .. ..' .......::::,:
in,.Ob ap Wau : ...... ..... ...... .. ".. 1p.- 1 47a ............ ....... Il isss
QroaxlYia JHI: o J bra, rifl.t ...... I".lp ..... ...... 'Mp .......Po:1 L.ad.ra.li..r: :. .". f MaOH is..... .... .....
JliAbrams has sold to Pat Dunne the ..... ...... ...... 1oa0p, ........L moa City........ l ..;, .: .. 'Ilia
I ,.. -old bay colt Sweet William. by ......IDe ...... ....... .>0 SUp Ar. ...........Miami.Lv.. I"q J...... ?.... ".::::

Fits James-Ollve. A. W. BRANCH. Trala IS, M WtmMtn, bMww
:A ....,,11I...< l lTrala tli.: A.c A syndicate has been formed: for the AYERS JTiTTlu o. a-gmgfrsr.' WiTTn. yr-o T SOS. bIWM, Miami ul ..
purpose purchasing the race track on* Gif"::;: >rarna..Ar. ip & 2Sp 1eroe dally, ..e. B aanitor.. ort ,
_____ sQaF 1 pip/11 2IIa Lv..1 aka Helen......Lv.OianneClty .I isaop 4 HpWlp Trala aii, tmtwMM Port ptroe
ui
t property' at Hollister OaL S lip 11 WaLv,.... ) ....Lr. 13 lOp I Miami dally, ."..1'" Kuaday'. '
The, California legislature is now in / S Up 11 WaAr.. ...Orange City.-: .Lv. U 16p 8 Zip Trala H aad TS aoala or S.. 4qqe
'. tine dally, efcaept, n.d.y.j
1 nlfMion! and will likely be called upon _

{ to pass a bill against poolrooms. I ATXB'S PILLS Promote Oooi DifetUon. y1 'Th. 1.I.pn' eld.-1Fb..1 s_.....

'There are as many :jockeys as touts at .- aA "CITY "
New Orleans. Fully 200 I are hovering OF KEY WEST.

around the Crescent City track. PERSONALITIES.Postmaster *
8.relo.er
eppolBted to Perform follows
.
eight hundred 't thousand dollars Isstated .
to be the .alue'of the 80 acres J. W. Durham Middle- Leave MIAMI 11.00: p. .. Wed e.lar.: and .'.rdaJ'.: '

comprising the Buffalo driving park. burg Ky., has a ,0-year-old son who. I 4 (i? Arrive KIT WsUT t:M f. m."Taaredayi.. Sundays

:i Russellwood, by Atwood, owned by Weighs 930 pound .4* f11> J Leave KIT WEST 1:10 p. sa. TveaAay' : and FrUaye.

.:Messrs. Carry &' lIolden, Marietta, Doubtless the oldest active editor in yJ .Ani" MIAMI:*J., m.: Wedbeeda7llu.Saturdays.

0.. won about $9,000: the past season the ,east is' Charles W. Palfray of the J. PL.:BJBUKW1TH "*' J. D.. 8".ND.
Salem Mama He is 88 T..... V': im*"*" .M......Parengr
Colonel Knser, :ll>i, the! Maryland ( ) Register. now 4 8t. Anga.Nae. J'Ia. 1g.LTbe

stallion, will make a short stud season :years of rye.Gortirnar. .. r
'
.In the spring and then be campaigned."AV .' ,,;, Andxaw !E. Lee of South

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Trenton; Mo., is. said .to be very; promising. .. adding to his possessions. 4 .
.
Finest Cuisine and Senrloe N.Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.
.' Leo XIII has hitherto held undisputed
The Fleet Is competed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers t Short line between- ,Florida and all NortJ'ern Points.
claim to the best1 Latin
The management at Latoiila has de being verse '

i. writer in Italy if not ixr .the world. <(new) "iUonquli ls "Cheroked Everett,' Savannah, Augusta,' Ga., Columbia 'Washington B
cided-to put several races for gentlemen "Comanclie" IIlroqn "Seminolt" t tlmore Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.
'Jockey on the programme at the. spring. But now his supremacy In t the art is Everett Macon 'Atlanta, Chattanooga Nashville Louisville, CIDoiona
threatened by Cardinal Jacobins' North-Bound. '
.Knee. I and Chicago. .
.. Horatio,'Earl Nelson, who is 74 years Steamers are appointed. to sail according to the tide. Everett Birmingham; Holly Springs, Memphis, Little poo Kansas Civ
From JACKSONVILLE FLA(0&11, ( og at Charleston), 8unclaj.r"esda1: and Thursdays
WOMAN'S. WEAR.; of age is the only surviving .peer who From CHARLESTON 8. O., .. Monday, Wednesday and Fridays. Louis, Chicago Sioux City.
I y was alive and in the enjoyment of Mils For bour of tailing. SM "Clyde Line" Bohedule,or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers. River Junction, Pensacola, Mobile,' New Orleans,'Texas, IV eiico, Callto)

Black net with chenille dot la used title when the queen came to the South-Bound. and the Pacific Coast. Effective May 10, 1897. *

fbr evening,drewe throne. He is the third In descent from New York Bzprm No. 88, leave Jai
Steamers art appointed to sail from Pier 20, East River, New York at 8 p. m. as follows"wf with : Pu
TlUe8:15 Sally, Throujrh
Pointed ahoes,'whiohfor'a time seem. the hero. of Trafalgar.The For CHARLESTON S. O. Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays. tear a Bleenera: for a. Savannah m. Columbia, Washinp
For JACHeQNViiiE, I'LA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays Wednesday and .vuT/ ,, m .
ed to be losing ground, are now shown late General Francis A Walker Friday e' 0 Baltimore, Phu..deIPbNew for York FemllD, and"

"I with the toe more pointed than any be. was fairly loaded with academic honors. Boston and Jacksonville-DIRECT LINES (Freight Snly.) 0 r.5 Arrives Eastern Jacksonville points.Conneot.B.80 p.*m.

I fore put upon the market. The degree of LL. D.. came to him from (Calling at Charleston, 8. C., both ways) oars 4 E x I MM No. 86, I lat
New York Fast
t 3I BlaCk' utin'ovel'laiterIJ with patent Amherst, Columbia college and the STEA.MERS. "G1O. W. CLYDE" AND "DELAWARE," Jacksonvllle 7:00 p. m. dally for wine n
leather straps are liked by dressy. wom Universities of Yale Harvard, St. An. are appointed to sail as follows: ,1 l v.NN ern point. Carries through Sleepen Ja_
From foot of Street,Jacksonville, From tewts'
Hogan ""*, vllle to New. York. Not 86 arrive Jaoluonrt
en." ThoM of plainer tastes prefer. them drew's and :Edinburgh. ,He received the _THURSDAYS FRIDAYS.JH". 4 9:10i.m.
"+, made of fine cloth or.velvet. degree of Ph. D at Yale in 1878. -

Eton jackets of fur and cloth :jacket! Commodore ,Richard Peck of New t V Fa C'nclnnatl'and Jacksonville, No 3d, TAl

IfI with wide far revere complete the moat Haven completed his sixty-eighth: year Clydis', St. Johns River Line. 4 r p Jacksonville lanta Chattanooga 7-00 p m., ,Connect via Everett for Maoon JxralwilljNaahvllle I

fashionable skating costume, which in steamboating tho other day Ho is 81 J. r N St Louis, Chicago and all nort .
O train i and
are often made of velveteen or corduroy. years' of age and has boon with one (1>K BARY LINE) t b .IN. ? r OK80NVILLE and Jacksonville western 8.10 1>olnte.a. m. Returning

Shoulder wrap of crochet are very company more than half a century. He Steamer "WEIL-A-IK. o atawwa. _._

pretty and becoming' but unless the has been in the steamboat business longer O Asheville Konte. ''Through Pullman 81'""

titoh' fa elected with an eye to durability than any other man in the country., CAPT. W. A. SHAW. soar Car service for Cincinnati via 8avann tiCota,
,. r bla, Hot *, Knoxvllle: thmii
cnsl nv Ashevllle Spring
k they soon ,become druggy and' Rev. J. N. Buchanan of Hebron, Ind., Ie appointed. .to sail. as follow. : orr w" the Celebrated Mountain Country of Not
worthies' Leaven Jacksonvillet' Tuesdays and Saturday at sea p. m. R.N d N Carolina. Leave Jacksonville 7.00 p m. t
.
7 I who has preached to the some .
congregation Leave and <
and<
Honda's Thursdays ,
at 11.00. m. r T Returning |
Sanford a Sr, 0 o 1l ives Cincinnati 7.40 a. m.
Velvet It the most fashionable ma. I for 40 :years has retired from the ,Kntedrrle! and intermedlatolandinge on the St. obll 8 River. Jacksonville S-JiO a m.

terlal for abort .treetooata.. They areedged active ministry believing ,that he has O : I

with fur or plain but the front; earned a rest. He began preaching SOUTH Read HOUND.down. SCHEDULE. NORTH BOUND! 1w B
Read p Ifnl
Bean
shows a full vest of. some soft lace. or when ho was 96 years'old and had never Leave 8.80 p. m. .... ....., ....... ..Jacksonville........................ Arrive 2,00 _a. m._ d e. Country Only; Line of Middle Through Florida the p..nle!
light colored ilk. taken a vacation. l.tII p. m. :....:.. .......... ......Palatka.......... Leave 8.00 m. KaoamblK Bar Leave Jacksonville J15: M
8.00 a. m.. .. .. Aator ...... ....... ... 8.00 p. Mq d di. d for Lake City, Uve Oak Madison, .onll
One of the latest Parisian novelties Sir John Brown; one of the first in rr ..00 a. m. .. ...." ...y... ....St. Francis.............. .1 1.30 p... m. a w '" Tallahassee. River Junot\on.\ Fensacola M
in seal is and short Great Britain to advocate the platingof .. "'jo a. m. ...'........ ..... Hermford.Blue ................. .. ........ .' la: .00 noon m. ORIDA CENTKAL 0 .wOrlelU1., and the southwest MexI,
., a cape, full enough 6 oo a. m. ................ :.:. 8I'rlngs........,.................. 11.30 .ad y"'yO, p ornla and the Pacific Coast. Carrie 81
top, meet the Waist 'line and trimmed warships with armor, died at Brighton Arrive 8.ao.. m. ..:..... .......,... ......San/ordT..... ................ ...... U.OO a.a. m.m. f ENIMSUUIR R.R, g No. arrives.Jacksonville 7.BS: .. m.mndCoan.olleni. .
f around a. little from the edge with J'OOE'IltlHewu of Sheffield 9,:20 a. m. ....... .. jBoVlflaV ..>Enterprise.. .. .... .............. .... .' 1I.ao..
way mayor; ..... ... .. ..... ,...:,. ..,. Railroad Wharf (Sanford)....... ..... ...... ..........18: DO p. m m.. .." ---
from 1863 to ,1863 and cutler
e line of gold braid put in three groups master Nw. r for starke.
Leaves
Jacksonville 8:15: a.m.
of four throe and two. there from 1865 to 1866. He was formerly Cen'l Passenger and Tl ket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.J. dta. rf oP FAO.1D4 thorns Silver Surlnjr Ocala Oalnesva I Inl.

!' Gold braid and gold and silver threadsare proprietor of the Atlas- Steel and. ,, .,. N, N, r, .v.u Key Orlando, Wildwood( Lacoochee.Leeburc. Dale, Tavare City, Fl,

a. telling feature; of drew decoration Iron works at Sheffield. I Tampa. Arrive,Jacksonville p.m. s
.A.LKSLIB Bupt. Jso.L.How KD. Fla.Tr'l Agt. F.M.IBOKMOHOKB, JB.,Fla. ,
Pass.
this' s aaon, and boleros and. entire MIlL Mary Ragland, a widow 88 J. KSONVILLE. J'IA.Taso. Agt. Cbattanoo NUHVILLE.. Leay.Jaok.onvlll.7.00p.m.BOUTE-Thronrt Pullman, Sleeper. Via Everett, Macon Leave AtlMta> M a

walaU are made of a cloth of gold 111' years old, ,living' near Port Gibson .O..Eooiut, T. M., H. WARBUBTOM! E. P. A., M. H. CLYDE A.T. M. 9.00 .. m.; arrive Jacksonville 8-10 next a. m.arrive NaahrUle' 7.00 next p. m.
Mary braid is employed for belt, with Miss., wished to marry 10. lL.,Lyman. SWM. BOfTJNQ GREEN, NEW YORK. be8\Wd8omQrLaa'9ja0lUM\ >l"1U9ror Brunswick b1 <*. Cumberland Route steamer, Iud < m

a gold clasp in rococo designs. Gold effcots aged 70, a neighboring farmer. As :Mr.Lyman r. ,YDE CO., General Annts, .:00 p.> I uvr-Local for Everett. Close connection for Brunswick.: Shortest and quick**"
la any form are much sought after. was willing and Mrs., Ragland's I 5 Bowline Oren,New York. in, So. Delaware AT.,Philadelphia. 9:40 moo P.P. ;M.-Looal for T Jacksonville 4:lap-"m" $ or
L-ForTampaandIntermediatepoint..Pulmanaleepere.
Jacksonville''
Coat bodices' of light fancy brocade family objected, although the courtship' Throwgb Bleepen for Clnolnnatl via Asheville lava Jaok.oRvllIe at Arrive 7.00 p. m.. errlr81
silks are' worn for afternoon draw withdark had gone on for two years, the young villa For 1.46 p.m..arrives Cincinnati 7.0 a. m. t'
lovers eloped and were united in tho bacon Atlanta two Train. Dall,'. Leave Jacksonville 8'18: a, m.and T.00p.m.
skirts of cloth or silk. They have tar- SUMMER RAVES to Excursion Points-In effect June 1st.
the full soft vests of lace or chiffon a bonds of holy matrimony at the court- nman Sleeper on all Night Trains. Parlor ears between Jacksonville and Tampa.

: short,' rippled barque lined with a plain house by a supervisor.ITEMS N. skis S. PENNINOTON Bend fur Heat Indexer, Township Map or Florida. to A. O. MACDONELL .

'w color and a. narrow bolt of velvet or Traffic Manager. General Passengers

jeweled galon across,the bock and sides. OF INTER ST. SouthernRailway. uu

oaf 4 -NeWYork, Sun.. Lebanon, Ind., was recently startledby

Vie' FADS IN JEWELRY the advent of its first pawnshop.Five ; The Tropical Trunk Line _

bachelors of Shelbyville.; Ind., ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.XHBOTfOH .

Flexible: bracelets sot with jewel area who dined together,; oil Christmas day Jacksonville
RailwaJ Op
Tampa & West
popular stylo are pledged to marry before the expiration PT7T.T.MAM' pKAWnrO BOOK'OARS, DININO Key

Gem jewelry is worn in greater pro. of the twelvemonth. OARS JOSEPH H. DTJRKEE, Receiver. a80b
i. : COACHES
THOBOTjaHJrAJUB! VBSTIBirLKD
.fusion than before in many years. A man in Paris claims to own the TRAINS. 1{ NORTHNo. -

Muff chains are'evidence. When oft largest library of small books in the Yo_ ::11)0' Ko. 21. j'?;23: Tln>. T.bl.ln Effect May: lIS.'9'1. NO. 3:1.: No 7g aal 41i

mid, with gems sot at intervals they'Become world. He can pack 700 of his pocket NORTH EAST AND WEST. .... .,.. Mixed :830p06p r.y..JACK80NVILLE..Ar; 7 loam 640pm616pm I nr
I / .
editions in one portmanteau.Since :::::; Mo 93Ha944a .Orange Park... .,. A 53am:
coveted
treasures.Quite I ,* i .. ........ W'yandFri II.ISp848p .. .. ,.... .. .Peorla.. ..,...r. 640am"S 609pm. 1'b
the beginning of this century . ...Mairnolia .. .. '. nin.
.
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now are the lorgnettes with .. .... t. i S
10 16a : ....
M, short gold sticks wrought in openwork. no less than 03 volcanic islands have TWO DAILY TRAINS: BETWEEN FLORIDA AND TUB EAST ..:......... 'il"6I1n: ........ .... .. '..' Green, ?..Bfmtwlck.Cove: Springs.. ...:... .... 09'am 548pm500pm ,,"

pattern after antique designs. risen out of the sea Nineteen of that ..... 13: : 11 flflp114Up 108M' .". ..... ...Palatka...... ...."r.".. Scorn. t.I. Dc
number have since disappeared, and ten Wuhlnzton and Southwestern ."... .. 1 (tip Xlp13Hp 12Kp: 112'la" '......... RataumaPomona............. .. .. ,428am414am .Pm.i.
Limited. 1131\a .
Cigarette of .. |
oases gold and jeweled .i.. ...... 12' 1(
are now inhabited. i..:.:::. IrOOa: II Ma .....n.Cre.centCltyJunotlon. ,..... 868.. SWP"1
ambor holders made expressly for the And the United 2201) 13; 25 a 13: 0-m.' .. 01 na
States Pat Mall. .... .... ...........Seville. ... 840am803am 118 P :
fair sex,' find, it is told, numerous pa- The native police in the foreign settlement .!...... sup: 104aIlia 1:1: 3I\a" .... ..DeLeon Springs.. ...y. ... 810p 01 D111.'IIi BI
trons. at Yokohama having mastered OnT 21 HOUSa ... .... 4l3p lJtllp": ............ Olenwooci ,............. IBOam M p1
the JAOI80HV1LIE TO W WA3HIHOTOH. .. .... 4KBp 51Mp\ 130...a.. 13 W,, ... ........:Beresford.......... .... 3 40 am S pm918pm '.,

M e The leading style in fans is the small English Russian language, Chinese, are now and studyingthe Korean; ONLY 27HOUB3.JAOrSOHVILLB: TO NEW TOKK. ................ 4l5p13p ...."....,;.:...1:14O&Ly. :116pAt} ...........DeLand......:....' f((Lv Ar :......'.......... .JllllpDl."w'.-... N

.. empire or Marie Antoinette affair. The tongues as part of their police duty.Finnish ........ ... .. ..... / ....... '..Enttt rI MI. .. ........... .... .. 1:1".01.: .. R
? .211
sticks are of tortoise shell .. Ar.........iTlTUSVILLE......... .040aDl.
pearl. amber ... ........ .... Lv .'
or hares as a literary language is not gaud TasUbmle Trai.s sssspan*of Lat...Tmftvnd hums SI.....(care ... Ee1q nhr ........ ...... ....... ... .... .. ...... .Paola.............. ... .. ...... ._
i..Wes Mnyh. ...wttk..s. ....... Is w............ ...u..... .... .. .. ... ........ ... ; ,......Sorrento............ ... .. : ....... ..' 0'
Watches are small in size, open faced, limited to the KalevaliC Th !. were 111 N' 4........ N.w Y.k ... use llaa .. ..... ::e .... .... .. 8t11p ... .:: ....... : ..... ..... 9311.01.., .
r periodicals published in that language ........ Wp ; ..000pAr.. ......, .....Tavares..V.IlI"ILv: ...! .... ..... lI"aDl.11ndian w
.. and receive their ornamentation chieflyon I a. ..... ... ....... 145a 40p Aor...... ..Sanford........:,...Ly 148am1317pm 1WP" ....
a the back of the case, though the dial alone last :year as well as four where THROUGH PULLMAN ..J.... ...., ... ........,Altamontee8pdog..,......... ...
Is Finnish and Swedish are used together. DRAWINQ-RpOM SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN ........ .. ..... "980130fip :.;." ., ........... :" as
ofteaenolrcledwithgtuns-Elate Bee JACKSON ........ ........ ..i .....Orlando...... ......... : I216sm: .
la Jewelers' Circular. English clergymen in poor 'parishes /ILLS AND NASHVILLE. ...... .. ........ :;h. .....KlMlmmee.. ......"' .... ....
..... ....
........ .... v Bartow Jo.Lv .
ti have to turn their hands to all kinds of ...... .. ........t786a7YtePC: : ...r.. ....Iakeland..r., 45pm ,40aDl.. '
Through -
f STAGE GLINTS. work. A Sutherland vicar, who acted Sleeping Cars Dally Jacksonville to ........ .. .. .. ... .. HJkTtOW...'..'''.... ... lIlNpm 930amSOOBII '
... ..... .... .". 1000p .. ......Punta OOTdi'.V.'jri.LvTa ....
also .. dentist 100
XHta. Allen has been engaged for "My for his parishioners, Cincinnati via Ashevlll.'Through tile ... .. ..... a .46Pu.. ... :.........Tamp..,........: ..Lv lloopm .w' '
+ hauled oat lI .Ooo teeth during along .....; .. .Tampa Bay .. .
8 otel..w. :
40 "
Friend From India. ministry. LAND OF THE SKY" ..... .. Mon red Thurs a 10 7'OIl p ........... Pon T mpa..... ....Ly t26p m .720. d
John Bare has signed for American ... .. Toe* A Friday. a oc pLv.: Ar" "......rtTamv'. .._....Ar SSafi wtdmildW, !
an A pig Jumped in front of a B. and O. Ilerd.Wdh.Ns..Mw r N .:...:.. Wed and Sat.'Dally ''''''' :........Lv 980pmWed..adtfl-!
6OnoAr.. ..
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tour of 80 weeks next season fa/q..bdal. es .... .... .......IT..L"
train near Jeffersonville Ind. The engineer W 4y1o1 ed ....aeel rr....w.w_ ,.._...T"'i app toT. ,
Charles Frohman contemplates a. saw it and sighed for one farm Tn.A, &nd f Daily 3'l : UC8J Th'>t Sanda ug

London production of Charles H. Uoyt's er's loss. But when ,the train got to L IJDPUi: 1'S..ua.' ... Art. lit Wait Bay... River st amen try(new line; ltalB Titnsvilla Bnffe*RIeeplns;Car*. and .,11.-- ho
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"A Contented Jaotoo.vCK lu.a lOaaveMelhkon ,lau: lboul"Y. Monday.Wednesday J'rIRldaJ
Woman. Watson Ave miles away the porker was i:1L OIILP. WA. T1jyl rns O'.lne' roe and Intermediate pomu on In duui.m.,8t.P.ter.biriTioSl7. a "b"
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'I' FritaWilliam. has been cast for a found on the pilot of the engine! a little r .ra KABDWIOI. 1 ;06 Mdo... IeIYln! J"'k80nl.: and" "Sal1lrda 11:12. ,......arrt.T ..m....arrtYlt a .w at 'I'ltueyID' d rt'.t, 0"p C larrives

part in Charles Frohman's productionf bruised, but not otherwise injured. o' a !. etA.ssb a u'a a :: at Oakland 4:111 ba1'lt 3:32: Bt ate,a IalOe lie 411 p. .... TraIa leaY1Dtr Jwmk/o'Cvdlet t
Sardou's "Spiritisme." .. iva. tl -. .r, iI t i" p. ....Tarpo1l 8pr'np.:11II I IW.B T .
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INDIAN 'RIVER ADVOCATE* JUNE 4, 1397.rrrioar ,,
7. III

FOR MCENSE.. W J Tucker W T Hayes vl
L J Shirting he sought the good ofaoe of Mr.: Jobn What We Inherit '

-- Com- O Tucker W T Pratt, afterward Lord Camden by t' Spring and Summer Resorts on the East Coast R'y.i

t llollorab// Board of County L J sing Whom Palmer was introduced to Pitt,
iIIIlrl,Bnoard County, Fla.undersigned John A Stapleton AC Pie who warmly approved the idea. We are not to blame for. We cannot i "

.. J IIcmon-l.wishing the to sell liquors,, W.wines J. J W, Taylor C Jno A Fisher Taylor joint Lords Carteret and Tankerrllle, the be held tendencies responsible which for the we derive dispositionsand from Line The Florida East Coast Railway to Miami The Miami A Key West Steamship 't
postmasters general, besides not Key West.
)Jo
er ,
.. Election District Number 9, Alex Kershaw our ancestors nor are we responsible for
. fevard Stale of Florida, O W Depew Chas'II BenHon hand being experts were bound securely the germs of disease which may man- KKY WEST-Hotel Key West $4 and upward, special weekly and commercial
and
.. tTlour Honorable liquors E F O'Neill foot by fetters of red tape, and ifest themselves our blood as heritage rates. Open entire year. A. M. Taylor, Manager General offices: bt. Augustine. ,.:.
. app he "gits to sell such T W Hardee P E Pournelle BO contented themselves with learning from former generations. But we are
DIe bar'ln said election district, OS STocker the opinions of the, postoffloe officials, responsible If we allow these perms to C. B. KNOTT, ;

.. aod your Honorable Body to grant T R Cain ,J W McLeanE \ who it were almost needless to tell, develop Into serious diseases which will General Superintendent Florida EostCoast Hotel System.. ,

. pray J make such sales. E S Fowler were almost to a man against Palmer. Impair our usefulness and destroy our .. ,I'
. pmmlt:Respectfully. W. J.. TDCKKR.. W Smith C J The farseeing Pitt was not long in happiness. We are responsible If we --- ---- -- --- \

.. ted May 19, 1807.) his x mark M J Cooper coming to the conclusion that more transmit to descendants the disease '
. Sam Mitchell Howdy Jones than half.of the objections to the proposed germs which It is possible for us to erad- Travelers' Hote1..r"L .
::1
icate the
by of
his use Hood's
Sarsaparllla
x mark William ;, :
. the nnderslgned, being/ a majority C U Wilson James mail coach had their outcome in the one true blood purifier. This med. 1
J W
registered. voters of election dis- Howze jealousy ; so, calling together Palmer, lobe bas power to wake rich rod blood "f,"
No. 9 of Brevard county, Florida; Thomas Dardls Benj. Wright the postmasters general and sundry hoer and establish perfect health In place of Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
respectfully concur In the above BenJ.'Wright tile officials, he decided that the system disease l

(cation) and ask that the. permit beil'ieree Richard Once J C W H Wilson Howzo should have a trial. London Telegraph ., .- This hotel is now under new management and has boon thoroughly renovated i"
for. < throughout.Bus .
118 prayed Thomas Dardis .
Fla. John Llveston M Santfort -Tbe ADVOCATE U the largest weekly meets all Train Electric '
and o Cars pans door Bath rooms and all
II I ME3. WITNESSES ; his :x: mark W U Heard Difference with Germany. all-home-prtnt newspaper published on Conveniences on every floor. w;
T G the East Const between Miami and .
Lashley
,I PCook,< .JiSStarjloriwetlier J E H PotterD Andrews Germany cannot forgive/ our country Jacksonville and we hopeNnir East OPEN ALL THE TEAR '

Bell.. W T HarbinJ T G Lyles, F L PriceS for attracting every year a largo; numberof Coast merchants will give us their support Rates:-American Plan, $3 to tJ.50; European OOo to $l., Special by the week.
B Bell S young men who are fit. for military so that we can make It ten page.nsteRd' .
Lyles
W T Harbin service She says, and with some showof of elgbt.AGENTS$21. Mrs. FINLEY,' Proprietress.

ell Alex Bell justice, "We have given these young

Alex Bell men their education at the expense of

J B Bell FIRST MAIL\ COACH. the stale and now, when they are in ; to WO' per week easy Cry "ili.n 5

nyew A G 8Pler position to pay back to the fatherlandthe You work right around home. A brand I. 9 ia.-. e .li
G s:: Tucker debt they owe, they sail away to a new thing. Write to us quick t Yon ,
ard 1 Head Doo II Martina IT MADE j ITS APPEARANCE IN ENG- new country and become Americans." will be surprised at how easily It can bo J ,
B Tucker lone: Send tin address. t't :tjiU;
LAND IN AUGUST 1784. The German is unwilling to believe that jour anyway- e t ?
L Mitchell Doe II Martin' his fellow countrymen emigrate tr it will be to your Interest to Investigate.
-hli x mark O Tucker -- America because American Write today Add rose, "People's," -- ,' !
chards W W HankinsII John Palm; m Theatrical Manager they prefer 30-11 Maiketbt., Philadelphia Pa. 'j'x ;!t'tbi( 1
institutions '
B Hanklns to those of their own coun I !! 'r1
Out the
Brought Iderltt
Helped =- $
On the he is / ,
O B try. contrary, firmly persuaded ,
[Smith G 8 Tucker Him to Put It Into Execution Agalnit that we, in some underhand 11 f.f.cg !

IBIIIfcCollum II B HankinsG Pretty Strong Oppo UloD. manner, entice good Germans away by WANTED: FAITHFUL MEN OR ,

S Tucker "To Trade Expedition and Property means of heavy bounties or fraudulent established house to travel in Floiida.for responsible Salary __ .IS !:.:.1"i: ..2.' n'\ :.1.V.1a .Vw

R S McNair Protection." This was the legend on the representations made by governmentagents. $780 and expenses' Position : "
permanent -
cerBowman H O S B Tucker Hankins mail coach halfpenny struck to commemorate In fact, so deeply grounded it Reference. Enclose oolf-addrossed SII yf w )w ji 8 2.1:0 J' ft .
the German suspicion regarding things \ "
G 8. Tucker the introduction of the mail i stamped envelope The National, Star ': 'I:'
American that believe
coach by John Palmer of the Bath thea- they are ready to \ .s
|nel Porter II B HanklnsO ; Insurance BUlg.
Chicago.
x mark O Tucker ter on Aug. sJ, 1784 an undertaking anything about our country, BO long as I ,. \ I ,, ,,
Staples. .J R Carter which is not without its effect today. it is not complimentary.For \ :i tf '

Lewis Lawrence The careful student of the "Postal instance I have not only seen it .' .. ) t fihililr :,i.

[Carter Lewis LawrenceJ Guide" will tot fail to notice what facilities taken for granted in print, but even > '\ if \
C Staples heard it stated in conversation by educated The'Swannanoa. ,, .
are open to him for the transmission .
H B II r v .if p. .'
HankinsG Germans who certainly meant nodisrt'ApOOt .
Spencer ,
,
of important letters. Over and ". r l I'-11:2: j "
Tucker to me, that our war of independence '
lartstonef Chas H Bell above) frequent collections and conven- ASHEVILLE as 1 i-l.i; $ j 1
as well as the civil war, was N. C, J ; ; f
Lewis Lawrence iently late hours for posting he can hand I .
won because we bad in our ranks so \ 'J1fgJs-: ..
f Paver R S McNairF his letter in at a railway station parcels ,i, !fjt
W SparkmanSmith office; he oan post in late letter boxes at large a'number of Germans or because THOUGH modest!! and unobtrusive c:::. ,. "iJJl is e '

II B Hankins the station serving the district for which our men were drilled and commandedby there is no better conducted hotel In ,:
Germans. These absurd propositionsare Ashevllle. The popularity of The Swan $ :
Walter Hankins his letter is intended while to the i'v
I Anderson H B Uankins last up made in such good faith that it is nanoa is due to Its unique location, Its t
moment there hangs outside the :
W T Harbin impossible to dispute the matter with a homelike atmosphere, tbe excellence of == ? I jai: ..ot
sorting van a box into which letters h e:
may Its cuisine and Its Cd .
Ward Ills. x mark W T Harbin German for fear of wounding his national very moderate prices I a
be dropped preparatory to being whirled day.
$2.50 per Libeial weekly rates. :
H B
Hankins pride. To him there was but one
I Blevlns H B Hankins away throughout the length and breadthof hero in the war of 1776-namely, .Steu- : B. R. RAWLS, .j !i-ltJj- !
Lewis Lawrence England at the rate of 60 miles an a
ben-and as for the war of 1860 of ,
Lawrence H B Hanklns hour, and to be delivered next morningat Central on street car line. Prop. -. e
the hero Frana SigeL- &
was
course
J C Blevins many a distant breakfast table. .
I Bevill J 8 BellWalter ,To appreciate to the full the present North American Review. p ASIUVU.LE: N. C., ..... t f 1 1.u

Hankins state of postal facilities one should _____ ______.. __c-_______ ____ 53 II
Johnson.his x mrk J S BellWalter look at the system under which mails :' e I ;U

Hanklns were carried prior to the Palmer era. FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC ::c as:> I '
COMPANY
[Green. J J S T Bell Bevill For two or three centuries before the 2f iiLey

I Carlton W Taylor first mail coach ran the post was carried
H B Burke by men or boys on horseback but in (Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) '!I 1i1

1720 Allen from whom Fielding 0I
3 Burke W TaylorD Ralph ', .
S Carlton took his ideas for Squire Allworthy Pianos, Organs and Musical Merchandise. :z:4 I Ii xg.: ,ii

I1 Russell J S BellWalter "Tom Jones," sent in contract to farm ::

Hanking the cross country poets and to carry the A CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND "OBdAJTS AT A .
SACRIFICE.We
Fisher J S Bell mails by what"were subsequently knownas =:aO'I'E: : OO 'OIJI.I"Y" '
WalterlIanklns "Allen's Postboys" who were purchased In January last the immense stock of Pianos, ,Organ, sheet ; ,
Jiry Jones F A LosleyR supposed music and musical instruments of The A. B. Campbell .Co. We are closing out
L Motlow to travel on horseback at- a pace the stock of Pianos and Organs at nnheard-of low prices, to make room for.a full MIAMI, FLORIDA; .;,
L HondryI J D Wadkine averaging five miles an hour. line of the celebrated Conover, New England Schubert and Kingsbury Pianos. *
D Carlton Palmer, in explaining his scheme for We have the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to $://00 more than we Perfectly new hotel with all modem Improvements. Looatod on park one ',w'(
I King W reform to Pitt in 1783, thus criticised ask for them : block from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid vlowjof: UUcoyne Day hates '

Taylor the then existing state of things: "T e Conover Hyle K, wal............;.... . ...3M Ralnei Bra*., rtyle 6, man..,..... ,.;....,i..t2nn 4U: per day and upward. Special rates by week or month } \
'Lewis Lawrence .. .' Keb...... ... ......... .. .. SM: Schubert, 16...........,,....,,.,..,.. ins! \
I Glvln L H ChurchJ post" he said "at present instead of J,eb. .,......... ....... ". ..215)! Malcolm Love wal........ ..'n... !WOiilh {
T Bevill being the quickest, is almost the slowest ... || J, wal. ......u............ ...... 800 BtalnwarKvervtt .eb.......,..,.,..... )
I Meb. ......................M10: ebu..n........ tat: (
Gibbs H B Hankins conveyance in the country, and al. u a K.'wail................ ...... 8'.., Klngtbury, etrleD et...... ......."...... 781: OCEAN BEACH: HOUSE. < )
W W Hanklns though, from the great improvements McCammon, Style 22, wal. .. .... .... ...... and .b........ ......,..... 2no x
|Keen H B Hankins i 2'J. mab.......... ... ..\. .900Halne Knaba Grand ..., ....... ..... ::11Io
in our roads other carriers have proportionately II T,wal..................... ZT5 BtuyvMantNewnhy b",!..,a oo.........",.. ..., 178 ON' ;
G Tucker mended their speed, tbe I. u 7eb.............. ... ... tae/ U wal.eb. ......,...o......... Zoo TJIllf'AM.ERlOANAND'EUROPEAN; PLAN, :
ert t Christopher J B Meriwether ............. .... aim ..,........ .. .
Bros., CI..b. & Evans ... ... .,., 1:11I: the Beautiful
his x mark O Tucker post is as slow as ever. Palmer pointed .. .. : 8,eb.....................r... 178 Jan. M. Star .b. ................... 110 Opposite Daytona near City; Boulevard; Surf bathing. Rates \1;
I Raulerson H B Hanklns ont to the authorities that tbe system II If u 3, nmb................... 100 .] .. loo according to location of rooms. House open all the :year, }

"A G Spiers then in vogue wa unsafe "for," said Some of these pianos have been rented, but we have had them re-polished and Address. MILS II, C. BERRY Sea Breeze, Fla. ',')'
Rabenlchtkley :M J RaulersonA he, "the mails are'generally intrustedto put in thorough order, and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momey re -"'- .. -.-.---- -'" ---.. ----. .---- ..---- ------------ :.;.- It .'$

G Spiers some idle boy without a, character, funded. We furnish a stool, scarf, innstrnotlon book and delivered f. o. b. Jack.
prows R 8 MoNairC mounted 'on a wornout hack, and who, sonville; cash or Installment. Sheet muskrat half price. Wilteus. T"ote'- 1 Flaoide OpeDed Be"l

L C HoustonLewis: so far from being able to defend himself FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, Jannary, 1894 ,'J a
24 East Street Jacksonville Fla.
PiHolgetts'Mtlo Lawrence Bay ,
or escape from a robber is far more JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA. r,
O 8 Tucker likely to be in league with him." ._ .. _. .
--- --- -
E W Sapp What was known as .the robbery of In the center of the city, on Main Street the dividing lino between east and west .. ;
O S Tucker :aoarmx.S.: one block from Bay., Everything entirely new. Elegantly! furnished throughout 7,(f
not
mail in 1792 was by
M J O'Brien, Lewis LawrenceJ the Brighton Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meet all/ train Term. $:l.W per day and -.i
J B Meriwether stopping of a mail coach by: a well upwards. Special rate by the week., N. L. WARD, Proprietor. ,
Carter .J C Blevlns ,. mounted highwayman but the stoppingof i '
his x mark'' D S Carlton a lad of about; 15 years old by a Fischer's- ;' "

bert Owens R L Motlow couple of loafing footpads named Rooke g' f,l
DAYTONA :
Chas Harris and Howell, who were afterward hanged HOUSE (FORMERLY.HOTELSPENCE.) .

Lock :M J Raulerson In doe cpnrse; and the circumstance of Pa1D:1: : S'troo't, Tituwvill, F1a. ,,(

Wright R L S J McNairW Shlrllng the mother of Rooke going night after Centrally located between both depots. ,AIry room. good" table, pure drink A. S. DICKINSON, Proprietor : n
to the gibbet to collect the bonesas log water.
3 Miller night; the wind rates the month. TbU house, centrally and pleasantly located, has been newly furnished; Is now \'
Un Nelson they were blown down by Rates: $2.00: per day; special by week o
J Black f CHR. F. FISCHER, Proprietor. better than ever before prepared to furnish comfortable) home to tourists apd a I;
Alfred Hills suggested the poem "Mizpah. the traveling public generally.. I extend a hearty Invitation to all my old friend i;'

J M Smith F Baldwin Those- boys without characters and -- ..- .- -- on the East Coast to call and nee me.* A.,$. DICKINSON, Duytona, Fla. y.
N" A Sturape the wretched horse they bestrode were I
el Tomlinson 0 B Parker cheap labor, and the profits on the con T. FEASTER..
D E Mooney tract enabled Allen to turn in about I ZILTIDXJfiuILTARTHUR :
,1
UIM! Spiers 0 B Parker 13,000 a year and to take np his residence IOTEr, Seminole Hotel :

B C M Stone at Prior Park, one of the finest
Spiers Emmett Thomas. Italian bonsai in England and it is

lllam O Reddick said that it wan the sight of this grand TITUSVILLE, OPEN ALL THE TEAR .
May
, W R Jones
Allen' '
and the knowledge of how
H R Daniels place which first Indian River. WES'riI'ALM BEACH, FLORIDA.This ;:
ory Williams A G Spelr money had been made suggested ,;
II R Daniels to Palmer the attempt to bring Fla. hotel U substantially built of brick, and lias every convenience. Close to '''i

Inlet L Futch W O Spelr his scheme to the notice of the postal tile railway depot. free 'bus. to and from trains Boats attached to* the hotel .':

Henry R Daniels authorities. John Palmer was lessee ARTHUR T. FEASTER. with Hulling tackle on board for the ue of (rlelltll. Rates, from .' .OO per day and '1!"<.
BertllM II B Hnnklna and manager of the Bath and Bristol upwards; special rates by the week or month. M.,, J. BOYCE!:, ::1
J H HillWalter theaters-it was at the old theater at MANAGER.JT (I EO RU E ZAl'F, Proprietor. Manager. ,:

Bryant'-, Hanking Bath that actors like Lee, Crawford ---. -
B Smith L J Shirling Henderson Siddona and Brunton made Open All :The 'Y ar.

G B 8 D Tucker 3er egan some of their early appearances while, HOTEL COQUINA ORSIOND-BY-THE-SEA, FLA. 11 ;
of friend, Bath 7Yr ,
"> W Le sport W W Beecher thanks to the influence

W F Hartstone New theater was tbe only patent then Only .a few minutes' Open for Summer Season of 1807'June 22nd. Floe;Surf Bathing, Fishing and +ri
Beecher Wm W Layport ter ont of London. ro y, ; r :w S walk from Railway stations
'
F Hartstone Palmer always appears to have been and Steamboat land. wheeling SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY. RjUARRYL

0 Miller[ F Hart tone a man of more or less horsy tastes like 'Ings. BEEMAN, Manager. "

W w: Beechef the late Mr. Newcome of the Plymouth -vjhv', ; a On the banks of the '
VV Miller ? Until June 16th for rate, tta., write,'care San.'JaanHIotel: { Orlando. Fla. '
F lIart tone theater and his business led him to = :. wa. = far-famed Indian River. .
W W Boecber deal about the CODJItr:. _. "
travel good
*' Gibbon .., "
J 9 Howard --- -

bert Miller H O Tucker B Hanklns the With slow him, rumbling time was money stagecoach actresses; so,,abjuring be went and The Colonnades: ; -t: ; STANTON f HOUSE. r rI

F HarUtoneII about ,beating up actors J .,.
'ben always, of \
Carlton B Uankins companies in postchalaes, : -

v L J Shilling course, passing the coaches on the road On the Peninsular, opposite DAYTOXA. D. J. JONES: = Proprietor. ;
Jamison 1a Lewis Lawrence which he was traveling. With >.
along ..
and well-furnlsbed rooms with all Modern Conveniences electrlo [
R S McNair the mail coach of the future in his eye Large, airy e ,

'V Smith Lewis Lawrence he asked himself, remembering that a lights, bells, etc. Rates $2.00 per day. Special Terms to ,;

'"(Cla R S McNair letter took three days to go from Bath Plenty of shade outside hotel makes It a delightful place fur children. )to l

his KempT Lewis Lawrence to London, why letters should Dot be Dancing twice a week in Casino. j" 1 '11' Famll 8I. '

""n Piney x mark: .Lewis L J Shirting Lawrence/ carried at the same pace at which it REDUCED BATES lot Summer season, $7 JO: perweek and upward: En 9 --r-' :\_ ','

,, Bass is x mark L J Shining WM possible to travel in and a chsia.y distances He gage your room at one*. '-,: Two Minutes Walk'from Central .; w
L J Shirting kept a record: of time FREE HACK from Daytona depot. Addre..T .' '
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detalL anddeeming / t
all "
out ;"t v Depot. .
thought ;
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W T having 'Tff
Hayes Hayes aDd 100' s "'; SYDNEY UAJaJJ. Prop., ; ..
G 8 Tucker LachemeJ:1pe: ,' 4'I
,11'a '
L J Shirting > < ; 8eabre, Fla. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. '

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y'' $ INDIAN RivER ADVOCATE, JUNE 4, 1891.

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y w r Just the Man for Mayor DUREN ,&, FEASTER..... -

, l 4 Y &S, :,, : GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES. Florid
,
The name of J. E. Ingraham has been ri \
mentioned In connection with the mayoralty ;' Cnty Gla and
Meats of All Kinds > Tinware
in the coming city election. The Western .Your ,
friends of this gentleman would,be more patronage S.Ilci
n TITUSVILLE '
-
than glad If ho would allow hU name to FLORID A

be placed at the head of the ticket. and '. r r .
believe that he,would conduct the high

office with dignity Intelligence and for t, L. :;3e.. ...:c C
the best Interests of the people. From ,

4. MILLINERY. what can be learned, however, the name Groceries Grain. Hay Garden See Fertilizers Staple &
; .. of Mr. Ingraham is mentioned by hilt ; ,. Fancy rocere!

friends In this connection entirely without i And Food Products of all kinds ,Grain Hay Bran, Cotton Seed
his knowledge or solicitation.-St. Food and Wheat. We are the only bouse on Indian River dealing Meat'
and DRESSMAKING. i I
ezrlu
Augustine herald.11OURTII the above line{goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit :

Very truly E. Li: BRADY & BRO., TltowJ
OF JULY MEETING.A .

-, .. .-: -
meeting of citizens waa' held last .eln f THE DECANTER.
'' Wednesday in the band room, -Titus ,
vllle, to arrange preliminaries for the
Fourth of July celebration that Is to be :
held at this place ,when Mr. K. L. Take Notice. Pineapple Slips. Lesley & Renaker

Brady was elected chairman, and Mr. 1 -
E. B. Wager secretary of the meeting. Red and Fancy Variety Slips Abbaka, Queen, Pernambuco and Red
Spanish Domestic'' Brands of Wines Brandies Rums
A committee consisting of Messrs. A. T. and Suckers for Sale. Apply to Spanish pineapple slips for sale. Foreign and Gins aid
Feastorand M. F. Goldsmith was appointed W. GORDON BROWN Apply to L. MABVIBT -.Bottled, Beers, Ales, and Stout JA
by the chairman to attend to Robe Sound, Fla. Everglade; Plantation,
II I collection of moneys subscribed; and a West Palm Beach Fla. First-class Line of Cigars. ..* Billiard and Pool T

general amusement committee, consistIng Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given"
of Messrs. A. T. Feaster, E. B. Fancy Pineapple Plants. orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & RENAKER,Titus|
; Wager C. II. Walton Wm. :M. Brown .--- Pineapple Slips For Sale.
and 8.' D. Geiger, was appointed to -
I Hardy without' shelter '
formulate a programme and empoweredto smooth-leaved vigorous grown Abbaka Ports Rica, Abakka, Golden Queen,
' Mall order solicited. Satisfaction : different Cayenne for sale at reasonable
committees for varieties
appoint special and Jamaica Ripley plants for sale. best For W

,guaranteed*' ,._ _,__ when items formed.on the It was proposed decided programme to place Y.. C. B.Waveland TTMDALL Fla. prices. Apply toA.. GOLDT, gons

Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds, the management of the dance entirely GOMEZ: Indian River, Fla.

Titusville the bands of the Indian River Band. Of,, All Kinds,
al,. Fla. After some slight discussion as to details Choice Pineapple Plants. '
the meeting adjourned tint die. Fancy Pineapple Slips & Suck- Carts and, Harness also Gene
The celebration will be' held Monday, for Sale., Buggies, ,
Abbaka ers
Smooth Cayenne, Envll City, ,
JeW 1897 Model Gasoline July 11th.I .
Globe Engine.
and Red Spanish, grown without cover -
I The committee on programme arrangements Guaranteefirstclass. rc: cI.am: EiEP.4.XB.XNG
":: held a meeting! the same evening, aqd. from young plants. Abbakas, Egyptian Queen, Golden ,
[ f ijii when the following programme and commit ,Apply or address 'Queen, Porto Rico Smooth Cayenne and Go or send your orders to W. F. MIMS,
; .
C. A. ROBINSON, Red Spanish. Apply to '" '
decided
;ees were :
I...'' upon Eden Indian River, Fla.. MADDOCK A MATTHAHS Bicycle Sundries kept In Stock. Tittwllle)] ,
f: BASK BALL GAME-0 a. m. "Palm Beach Pinery,"

',:.'' 'E. L. Brady, M. S. Jones, jr., and C. West Palm Beach Fla.

'(,',1,). eF11 _ R. Stewart. State of Florida In relation thereto the I CAKY-ELWES '
G.
':: 'ouir SHOOT-10:30 a. m. right of settlement thereon and the '
and
FOB first class shoemaking repairing
B. W. Rhodes D. B. Pritchard and, L. specifications for the construction of Its

I'":,'', A." Brady., pletion waterways from',,and St. Augustine the time of to Its Biscayna com call avenue on J.Tltusvllle A. Daughtery, Fla. :Washington Shoes madeto :SIRE: : ::: :: =: : rsvrs rc:

ii,,' n0e BJ.RDECl1l-1: noon. 1889." order in fine style.
,.. Bay approved May 29. ,
: ." '
"' F. A. Losley, C. Bauknight and.. A. J. On Tuesday the Governor sent to the Representing some of the Leading Fire Insurance Companies WU
.
\:
,
Carter. Senate tha appointments for RailroadComml..lonerl In Brevard
'.: ;" Policies anywhere County.

\ ;; ;\ 0 YACHT BACK-rl p. m. Milton Bryan, Henry, consisting Day,. and of R.Messrs.H. M. ROBBINS & GRAHAM mr- Your Business Solicited.
Geo. Brlttaln, Henry 11. Dreyer and E. Davidson. '
TITUSVILLE
'" B. Wager. .Of the appointees for Railroad Commissioners FLORID

::g' Mr. Bryan Is a farmer, and ...La",j' er.oI '
''II' AMUSEMENTS-2:30 to 4:80 p. m. .
I\I an ex-member of the legislature from .
ir W. M. Brown Chas. H. Walton and J.
,
T Osceola county; Mr. Day Is a railroadman
j and Marine" Ifcjto 125 WThe B. Walker. the agent of the Florida Central A WILL. PRACTICE IN STATE AWD.
lUllaMa,Economical ana Durable Peninsular railroad at Gainesville, andpre.ldent I. R. DECKER.
MILITARY PBIZK: DBILL-3 p. m. STATES COURTS.
UNITED
Launuhe Power for .
; Auxiliary that ( e
\ ./ ...bo U,and where stationary By the Indian River Guards. for gold of the City Council of b
1"\1":3' medal. city; and Mr. Davidson Is a lawyer of -3::: Will keep constantly on'band a Full Supply of ::=:[-
BENJ. W..JEROMP, Qulncy and an ex-member of congress. ;
: .. tlve for Manofaoturan In the BICYCLE BACKS-4:30: p. m. Senator Galllard Introduced a bill to ABSTRACTS, of Title Famished

., ROCKLKDOB, FLA. Roswell Coleman S. D. Geiger and P.I I declare Avon Park, De Soto county, to CYPRESS'AND
GEORGIA PINE LDHBi
; .and prloe.on application.. G. Walton.' be a legally Incorporated town. for Lands in Brevard and Dade ,
t
The bill to organize a city governmentfor
'", I BICYCLE: PABADK-7:30: p. m. Daytona. passed, 18.to.0..o Counties. I ,
It. aresised:: axid Rough.Also .
f. ,(as- Reading notice ads. on this page GRAND BALL AT WIGHT Mr. 8treetl'-blll, regulating the meth.od '-
ra r an five cents per line per week. In the Opera house, under the auspices of capturing fishes in. the' East Coast
;' of the Indian River Band.,, waters, passed, 19 to 0.Incorporation'' We have a large List Mouldings and Tamed Work; Brick, Lime; Ct
The act to legalize
i Jl lUY.: We want money to loan on'first Muslo dunng the day will be furnished of the town of Cocoa passed, Its third ,of Lands owned by and Crates of All Descriptions.
I, real estate mortgages. Teu percent by the Indian River Band,. under reading. ',, -., '
free of all expenses to lender. D. L. the leadership of W. E. Youngs. Senate bill No: 161, an act to make it ,T'J: 'U.'V':111e.:. Flora
,Gaulden, Tltusvllle.fllF unlawful for live stock to run at large In ourselves and clients. '
Dade county and to provide for the Impounding
,l' ; A Few. Interesting Words- from and sale of stock,'so runningat Price for 'unimproved

(, any job printing, we Nashville Tenn. large; passed final reading.
< ahall.be pleased to get a share of It.. Senate bill No. 07, an act to prohibit lands'$3 to., $1OO JAMBS: PBTTOHABD, President; W. M. BROWS, Vice-president:
\"P\ fishing) In the waters: of Lake Worth and C. S. Schuyler, Cashier. '
Mr. Arthur J. Doyle, one of Titus- acre.
85 to 3.
Its tributaries, was passed per
",",'r- For Charter., vllle's former popular and well known The bill of Mr. Hardee of Brevard to

J'be P 'The'fine sloop Yankee Doodle can be tradesmen writes; the, ADVOCATE as repeal the act to organize county INDIAN RIVER STATE BAM

I'( chartered by the day, week or month; follows: court for the county of Brevard, etc., WE have a few Residence, Orange
'I, araywbere between Ormond and Miami. Editor Advocate!: was engrossed.The I
?.I Good accommodations for ladles. For / House bill to set apart lands for Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)!|
I am anxious to learn what Is
very goIng -
the Seminole Indians In trust, ,passed
i r further particulars, write to on in the beautiful Indian River locations. Prices'Reasonable. Authorized capital, $100
the third ;
( reading
:" CAPT GKO. Cook,. country, so I want you to send the pink : Paid up capital, $25
j,1: Tltusvllle, Fla. paper to Chicago, where I will be in a the .__
[ "' :, Titus- TITUSVILLE. Average deposits $150
l few days I suppose Tltusvllle getting ; .
:!; on her summer" clothes, and looking villa, does all kinds of job printing. Give OFFICES : I WEST PALM BEACH, -

},.' Guavaa Wanted. lovely. I regret that I did not run overanil us a share of your work.] and, MIAMI. Transacts a General Ba
-t' BnA vnii and T sowin
--- -- J-- --- -
lk' 1 the Land of Flower.yThe Nashville
I' Highest cash price paid for guavas, In Is and It Is Business
Exposition very good, having Home-Grown
r' and at station the FOR SALE.
on
J soy quantity any ,
"fair" crowds Intended but ...
(no
joke ); I IExchange
". Bait Coast. Railway. Write or apply toJAS. It Is a case of "all coons look alike," Largest and Oldest Bank on tti
CABNKLL
I j' C Ormond, Ila., I I etc. Still you. should certainly come PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS : sold on sit Foreign Cone
and sea this exposition. I have been
Refer to Editor ADVOCATEDamped ,
;;., seeing some good ball games, horse and
j
Of the following Varieties : DIRECTORS
,
and Vanity Fair
bicycle races Xrays
BAnmnrfPi"ol
I.1'BrrCRA.D,W.B.
I' iI' galore. I have been making Nashville Abbaka Porto Rico Egyptian I Queen Golden Queen Ripley Queen Smooth the National Bank ot JacksonvilleDvmitcB \I
,
,. on tbe Beach my headquarters while In Tennessee (Vlc.-Pr Blden. NatlondJaohsonyllle W

\ "I which exposition.gave me a flue opportunity to seethe Cayenne, Pernambnco and Red Spanish. ), and: W.. M. SnomlCORREePONDENT0..

: .. Quite a large number of Cohans are I heard a good joke last night. There Apply to G.,C. MATTHAMS. Florida Pineapple Co., ait! noalBeakofJaatwnrllleawtoa
fJ'. aid to have been camped on the beach (is" a street In town named Boyd. A man West Palm Beach, Fla. :f
i.', near Miami this week and It Is supposed came to town and soon after he left the '1"I".rUSVILLE FI :. &.
"'eylntended leaving on the steamer depot found a lady's purse with forty- ,

1 h" Dauntless for Cuba.Transportation. seven dollars In it. lie said nothing, SAVE HONEY And Buy From dlt*- ''
_ but lowered It Into his jeans, boarded an ..
: exposition oar told the conductor that ED S. HAINES. K.8.HAE
"I' of Bicycles and his name was Boyd and that he wantedto TAME. :e. ':eO-Tes.:
i" :a:.a nvES LS
l Baby, Carriages. go to the exposition. After being Informed ElR..b.-: '
1t that it did not make any materlal
--
June 1 difference about his name, the conductor Grain Feed Garden Seeds Flour MACHINISTS AND
i'J', Commencing 1807 bicycles collected his fore and promised to Hay Grits ENGINEER
and be
baby carriages may transported let him know when they got to the i
I free In of the trains
: baggage cars regular
\,l .of the Florida East Coast Railway alldt exposition.01'1101out "Boyd Presently I," and the he climbed conductor off. Meal and Cotton Seed Meal Agents for the Gas Engine and Power Company.

Ifca-anobes. lie stood on the corner and looked all Repair parts for their! Motor ln'.? ck- Old P".. chan xl for new and allowance -**
,' Provided, that passenger with regularRaenge : around but could see no exposition. for Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects Harmless cordlnKI UomeBao'nM OUr operated Specialtleee-Installing b : 'Complete JeoIated; ( and PumpInK fio flu
ticket travels on same train andI Agent Gray ; to man or wells for mSSiSr fSr'steam or T"**. Can get .he/r ..tt power .
Another and off running small Nap
oar passed a lady got
that Release, Form P SIB be signed byownet and walked over to him, saying: "Is beast. Only sell for'cash on the Closest Margins. Write. for quotations: Kerowne.Vapor HoPa1r cad Steam J aoD! "!?'"1 1Ioa-P"rP9e8..aU make 7gpabi and cepacltiea 10 All'ball<'

I,';., .of baggage; and,,further including that the total estimated weight this Boyd P"" lIe replied: "Yes, mad.m1 i Office: 124 W. Bay street JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ISSST to be resell for or any vim purpose.A.ranionta nj.Wo'ii'Intricate,.,EJlIOIOn Inwn.....and..... Models a bonagppewrlters eonrtrncted with ;..a6ddt.ppatoh.erConatruct .,...,
this lady "Well. I
Is The
:, and II
says repair of
Boyd.
K eqlllP
weight of bicycle and baby Is thcharge. machinery a
carriage latest
kind.
of Gin t
not In excess of free allowance. Regu- want (meaning the number a .. "*share ot pour work,nU you wlU plewith our workwsoJ,
; house). He did not to have
f propose any;
.
lair excess baggage rates must be co) I trouble, so he handed her the $47 and CHAS.; N. WELSHANS Office and Works: Foot of Liberty St., JACKSONVILLE,1E. -
lected all
1 : on excess weight. Bicycles left on the nextcar. ,
.
,F ;apd baby carriages must be tagged withowner's .
:) Remember me to all my Tltusvllle and .I I
and the destination
: name Indian River friends, and send the pink
.
:oJ'. !.' paper to Yours sincerely CEMENT BRICK LIKE SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
"
ARTHUR J. DOYLE. B. Williams &
:c 4 Band Concert.The Co. .
: **. HAIR AND LATH. ** ,

.Mih': ', members of the Indian River FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.Among .,- ....Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Mercian!
-
Band-who, like the newspapers, haretbe State AgsncL. & M. Paints and Oils.
welfare of the town at heart-have the latest bills before 'the Senate :

kindly consented to give an open air and House are the following t 'Phone 8.i 65 South Broad St.. ATLANTA, CA.3aTrult.
:; >oneert+w tbelr band stand Washing House memorial No. 07, Mr. Hardee, Old )o( 13 Begin Street,

J ton avenue, Tltusville, every Saturday of Brevard, asking that the Secretary of JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. Foreign a.nd' Do.u.cstlc *
: ...enln commencing at 7:30 (wind and the Treasury of the United States reestablish : .
"". weather permitting, and we have been the beacon light on Indian TEOETABUES
I'r:; ,: tasked to assist the band and the people River. Passed.At I FKtrrrsi'Oranges

i : the programme every last Saturday night's session, the BRADLEY: RjtDrntu E. B. RKOFIKUK: : String Beeps
I .riday. This we have consented to do, agreed order of the house to take up Cauliflower. '
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"" wad the programme for tomorrow night bills on third reading was resumed a* Okra-Celery. .
,r', 'Is.. be as follows: follow. tSenate ESTABLISHED 1871. 141 DOCK STREET. Cucumbers Grape Fruit
Ifo.l-"B .of New York"March.,Tom Clark bill No. 68-"An act to amend Tomatoes. Lemons,
)fo.a'YaadI.l. March I'.('!" _. .......
; BnS% I Wti..LaGnm..a. c.... ..JIee... 1803, entitled 'an act to be entitled an Squash Peaches,
," ..o.IIaro."IIIe..8eaaaUoa..JIeebe w WWMW : act la relation to land grant of tha Florida .,:Philadelphia Pa. New Potatoes, Pineapples,
) ., .x..e-WMb.ftiltO'll..IIaroh. ; ,, Egg Plant Strawbirrls*
Noose Line Canal and ,
Coast Transportation "
I ....r-a-......., "Omwut ,of Youthl'........ duties and "Colored" Asparagus Grapes,
l oJ.Tbeo Pale company, and prescribing tha of Write as for Stencil oar Card. Ship ns your pineapples and ;
.I. ar*.t-"EI Capltaa-UmTOh';...P..........flat,, I the Internal Improvement Fund of the we will do oar best for you. I Ga.RZYRRE.NOESoTurd Natloul CocOanllta. Yfi. **
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Atlanta,
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