Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00084
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Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: June 25, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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: UF00079909:00084
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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LOCAL -Mr. F. A. Morgan has been enjoying AT COST! a '
' Pineapple Bonbons; 8 cents tomorrow a vacation this week.A Heavy Shipments of Pineapples. (Captured;.
Topics of General Interest. (Saturday) p. m., at Gruber A: Grlggs.Mry few -

ceived too late communications for Insertion In this were issue.re- I will sell my entire stock consisting Immense shipments of pineapples are Mr. C. Thatheim who

I s C r if you receive a sample copy of R. D. Hoke of 'Jensen, was In -Mr. A. E. Wilson' of the Wilson of caps dry, gemts'goods furnishing, clothing, shoos, bate and dally passing through Tltusvllle on their figure at notoi Coquina was. ,,Qrmond* prominent a'

ADVOCATE, It Is an Intimation that town Monday. Cypress Co.\ Palatka, spent from Satur- positively at cost. Come goods and, eta be, eto., way north, over the F. B. C. Ry. On few summers ago, has been arrested In '.

Its, muld give' us pleasure to add your -Mrs. J. p. Brown left for her home day to Monday at Sea breeze. that we mean what we convinced Wednesday morning twenty-seven solid Fremont county. Cal Thalhelm la
list of
to our fast-Increasing three sub- at City Point on Wednesday.Mrs. -Mr. J. Y. Miller\ accompanied his JULIUS KlinE say :, carloads of pineapples went north. wanted for embessllng the moneys of "
not cost
J,G Itat, It. does you wife and the Anglo-Continental Guano Co.: also :
Included 'whenby E. L. daughter an far as Sanford on Titusville, Fla:
illvati\ tMr week (postage ) Brady and Miss Daisy for two other embezzlements and one> "
Wednesday, returning to Tltusvllle the Biff Shipment of Fish.
:> L the year, and It can be sent toTin Brady spent a short time at Cocoa this same day. for making fraudulent entries. lie was ',j r '

lie, any part of the United States orb week. drapes and Conch Peas. convicted about a year ago In the Mar-
without extra expense., -The members.'of the -Mr. C. C. Font, of City Beautiful Some heavy shipments of fish are still ion county Clroult Court. The Supreme
THE ADVOCATE, Club have been Gun (East Daytona), paid St. Augustine and Ex-Sheriff Jas. E. Bowman .of Mints, being made from Titusville. Mr. Gee. Court reversed the decision of the Circuit I
practicing, this week, Jacksonville a visit the early part of this who was In town few W. Sooble has shipped 100 barrelsof Court '
I annum, ,in advance. for the Fourth. a days ago says It nearly so he.waii allowed out under ,
I$I uo per" months ''. week.Mr. Is marvelous how vegetation has progressed mullet, trout and other fish thin week; 110.000 bonds. Thalhelm will be brought '
31A iJ.00 six to countries. -The Indian River band as usual, : T. J. Clark, of the Butnell Lumber -: In his section since the freeze of while other fishermen are also making, back: to Ocala, his former headquarter.

' 1 ((2.00 per an. _foreign performed on their band-stand last Sat- Co., Burnell\, west as far as Fort '84-flo. On 2* acres of land he recently heavy shipments. much to his regret ',. ..c

t. urday evening.Mr. Pierce yesterday to look after the In- raised over 4j. barrels of conch peas; and

gea'lor Ten Cents Per Line Per terests of his,company.Mr. at Mr,7 Harry Roberts' place In a St. Augustine i
ADVT. A. R. Merrill, of Jacksonville, Another Marriage. M. F. Dwyer Again in Luck.
Ewk, on this (front) page passed through here Wednesday F. L. Pierce one of Eden's well grape vine with about :200 f
en -
route to West.Everybody known storekeepers, has. been In Jack- bunches of grapes on It. not one of which f
[-Tltusvllle\ will celebrate the Fourth Key sonville a few days this week, attending weighs less than lib; while on his soup- Our Ormond correspondent writes as News front' New York Mr. .'11 I

BBS tstyle. Is looking forward to a to some business matters. pernong grape vine he says.there Is fully follows "Mrs. J. C. Seller, of the firm 1\\(. F. Dwyer owner of Hotel Indian 1

f Mt P. G. Walton spent from. Satur- grand old time in Titusville at the two tons.of grapes. of Vlnlng A: Seluur, managers of Hotel River, Rooklodge, has carried oil the ,i'
, tut l until Wednesday In Jackson- Fourth of July celebration,. -Capt. S. A. Bravo, who recently Coquina, Ormond, and the Oroylock. Suburban with his ion of Bramble Ben
r took the City of Key West to Wilming Wllllamstown Mass. married to Brush In the fast
Ud Pablo. -In the ,'' Sweden was tlmo of 2:011.6. It 3i
; baseball match between Titus- ton,Del., where she will undergo extensive Mr. Vance of Plttaburg, Pa., on June was a victory for the favorite, and consequently {
-Bo not fail to stop at the Swan- vllle and LaGrange, Saturday!: afternoon overhauling III now In Jacksonville 8th. We understand Mr. Vance is a a popular one. Fully 20,000

Li hotel if you visit Asheville, N. C., LaGrange nine came out the winners. for a few days. The Coast Land Department of the Florida man of considerable means." people packed the lawn.the two tiers of l I
East Co. have
lummer. -Major C. E, Graves, of Melbourne -The yacht Yankee Doodle with Mrs. J. A. Bostrom Railway of Ormond appointedMr. The residents of Ormond and Daytona the grand stand, the roof and the pad. ,

Mr. Aaron Cleveland is home again Beach, after spending a few weeks in Orlando Quarterman and party on board them at the Swedish, International, to represent congratulate the happy couple, and theADVOCATB dook, and from the shout that went! up ,
Jrcksonvllle returned home on Tuesday.Mr. returned from their as an old friend of the bride, when Ben Brush landed' the race
r about a month's visit to relatives trip to Ormond on Exposition. He has started for the Old '
wish them a long life of unalloyed bliss and Simms was hoisted Into the floral
B i the river.Tnveling J. G. Bast; late lessee of the Wednesday and left for Chester Shoals. World, and the ADVOOATK has been or- and prosperity. It would seem as If all '
.. Pass. Agent J. C. Lanier, Grand View hotel, has been enjoying a yesterday.Mr dered to follow him to Stockholm, oneofthebusiest bad backed the winner. The Dwyer ,
visit with friends on Merrill's. Island L. Wilson of tho well-known ; cities in Sweden. Mr. have boon
to J., T. *: K. W. Railway was In trying to win this race for'can v
i part of Monday and Tuesday. this week. fertilizer firm of Wilson & Toomer, returned Bostrom is a very popular man, and In Tbe Steamer St. AuKii.tlne. and have at last I succeeded. elf'
appointing him as their representative .
to Jacksonville aftera ,
t-Ir. JOB. Carnell ''the well known Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Motlow and family successful business on Monday along the we believe the F. E. C. R'y. has made a The above stea'wned; by\he 'In
very trip
kra jelly manufacturer, ,of Ormond, left here, Tuesday for Winchester, East Coast. wise selection. dian'River and Bay Biscayne Steamboat :Up'tho Miami River. ;

i been on a trip down the East Coast, Tenn., to spend a couple of months or Navigation company, and In command .

week. so. -Mr. A. A. Verkouteren Is now In Indian Itlver Band Concert. of Capt. A. W. Rule-left Jacksonville The little\ colony of Henley on the

-Hr. R. W. Browne,:special agent for -Capt. H. B. Fromberger of the charge of the dining room at the Travelers' on Tuesday afternoon about 4 clock, Miami, U said to be In a flourishing and t

I I G. Dun &: Co.'s mercantile agency, steamer Delia, has been spending a few hotel Jacksonville. To appreciatea Programm..stnrdst Kvmlns;, June 86.No. and was towed by the tug It. L. Mabey prosperous condition, and the settlers of ;
In days in Jacksonville and St. Augustine good meal, stop there and let him as far as New Smyrrm, where she arrivedat that section made quite a deal of money
i town Monday and .,. .
Tuesday .
en 1. Cotton"-Msrcb., ,
1 Ie down the East Coast. this week. serve you. S. March:: -"Vallito"v, ., ":::=. 7 a. m. Wednesday. Leaving. New from their shipments of vegetable' last

-Two very pleasant young gentlemen, "..8. .lJarltone Solo-"rumination" .. Smyrna at 7:30: a m., she arrived In eason. Among the settlers at Henley ,
-Mesere. Maddock A :Matthams have -Mr. Henry T. Titus returned home Messrs Clyde Sloan and Allen Eldred, of -Usrahouss. Tltusvllle at 1 :tfO: ( p. I". the same day. are U. Price-Williams, John Ellis, .Kirk-

id quite a number of slips to South Wednesday, from Jacksonville where he Carrollton, III., went to Ankona on Tues 4., Serenade"wavaofMemory.alsnebartl, i Quite a number of people were on the patrick, U. O. Bransoombe. Mr. J. O.
' CI i from their extensive pineapple has been serving on the grand jury for day. Mr. Eldred's father owns a pine- B... "OIlUooIlc's Wedding"(Irish long and wharf to meet her. Capt. Bute, Immediately Walton-'n company with that jovial }

'ato .!tion at West Palm Beacb... some weeks past. apple plantation there.In .:, d.n08).Ree. upon the arrival of the St. A ugnstlne hustler, Mr. A. Shulson, of. Bowling, (
1 "Spring rlowers"-Wsns.Sntton. bad. her bedding and furnitureput GreeD O. visit to that section P '*
paid a
Deral I Miles and Mrs. L. A. Brady spent part of Wed- T.. March-"The UaMler" Itoeb.
Oeo. F-
II Manager nesday and Thursday In Cocoa, attend the bicycle ,races held here last 6.' "Cincinnati Votksblatt"-Mareb. aboard and at 5:19 p. m. she started he latter part of lost week, and reports I
'.Co.urer H.:F. Gaillard, of the C. L. C. ing to some business matters that needed Saturday, Sam Perkins won the five-mile j,v, '. : _Woesi"Hotel for the St; Lucie River, tl),, engage In having seen some very fine land at dif ,
St. Augustine, have been on a attention. handicap and Arthur Brown the mile carrying pineapples, and returned to .Tltusvllle ferent points up tba Miami River as far I

t to Tallahassee this week. and half-mile events. There will be Coquina, Ormond. this morning, well loe.Ied, as the Everglades lie says It was a' ti xd

[There will\ be divine service at Court -Do you I Intend going Into the pine- races to-morrow (Saturday) evening. ,, -, The St.: Augustine has beAn In Jack- surprise to him to see the flue roads

r on Sunday next, the 27th Inst., at apple business If you do, buy your Attorney Geo. M. Robbins left here Our Ormond correspondent says The sonville for several weeks. having' a new sidewalks, cottages aud other Improve-

Da. m., and Indiancla at 4 p. m., plants from those prominent pineapple Wednesday, for New York to attend to Coquina opened for the season Tuesday bottom placed over her stool hull, her ments made at Miami since his last visit ,
deacon B. F. Brown officiating.Mr. growers who are advertising- on our 8th matters in connection with the M. F. morning the :22nd and has among Its boilers and engine thoroughly; overhauledand t-thnuks to the magic wand. of Mr.; II.M .
guests L. H. Church Orlando other extensive and Important alterations Flagler. ; '
which to have been ;
Dwyer case, seems
D. R. Johnson, of West Jupiter page.Mr.W. Alonzo Jacksonville. Pa1and made particular) of whlnb
tamed W. Russell, manager; of the dragging along since last year. Mrs. Wilson, .
1 I Orlando.home Tuesday, after a short Sebastian and Cincinnatus Farms Rail Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Erwin, Pomona, have been published In the ADVOCATEfrom Jubilee Celebration at South '
to Mr. Johnson pants way, is still In New York, and we do not -Mrs.; Wm. Frernd of Palm Beach Fla. Several people are coming betweennow time to time as the work pro-
|put out four acres of pineapple think he will be on Indian River for accompanied by her little daughter, and Saturday and others are writing resned. Jacksonville. rA

year.' ; some little time. Jenny went up as far as Jacksonville every day for rooms. The surf fishing It will probably be two weeks longerere y1

eDRtor H. Gaillard and Civil EnglF Monday, to meet her sister Mrs. A. W. Is fine DOW several hundred whiting are thltt.!:! Sebastian I I. ready to handover Quite an enthusiastic affair In honor ;'
-All the ruts In Tltusville's principle Fremd, of New York, wlto had come to her'owners there Is deal of ,
G. T. of St. being caught every day; sea bass are be- as a of the sixtieth of
I through Spencer here, yesterday Augustine-the former pass- streets are being filled in with DeLeon south on a visit., 'They stayed a day or ginning to strike and turtle eggs are plen repairing III) be done to,her machinery. Victoria's ascension anniversary to the throne Queen of rEngland
> route shell and marl; but our people do not so at St. Augustine before going to Palm : tiful.
to In Jacksonville +
the held South
Jensen and latter to was
kv e Worth. seem to be in a great hurry to clear their Beach. Mrs. Fremd has become a sub ; .The street car meets every train; fare, Lake Worth t Pineapple Plan' on Tuesday, at which over GOO people-
sidewalks of weeds. scriber to the ADVOCATE.The .
Including bridge toll, ten cents, which Is both Americans and English-wen:
[Take note of the new ad.' of M. E. half tbe former rate. The East Coast tatlons. present
her -The goat, wagon and harness owned uniforms for the Indian River to witness the elaborate proceedings
West Palm Beach, on 'our 7th by Mr. Robt. Motlow, ard advertised in Band arrived yesterday.' Being, dark Line will put on an afternoon train from of the occasion. The grounds, which
Mr. Gruber Is a very reliable the ADVOCATK during the past two Issues navy blue in color With gold braid on Palatka which will enable people from Our representative recently, paid .a visitto were In nice order, presented quite a- 1 ?

IIIman! and we"solicit for him a have been sold to Mr Geo. Zapf, of the breasts of the coats and down the points south of Sanford and others from Mr. Marvin's pineapple gala appearance with the many bright ," ,

m of the public's patronage. West Palm Beach. Out of nine repliesto sides of the pants they will make a fine Gainesville and Ooala to make the trip plantation, near West Palm Beach. Mr.Marvin's colored flags floating In the breeze, the .

-Mn. O. L. Keene, of 69 West Bay the ad., Mr. Zapf was the first to send showing. The caps are also trimmed to Ormond In six hours. renldenoe, Is charmingly locatedon American stars and stripes mingling In
and Is In tIM
Fresh Water Lake
w, Jacksonville ha quite an assortw up the money. The nearest reply to with gold braid and have the letters "I. of, friendly and graceful folds win the Brit- q
midst of about 40 floe
of dress goods, notions laces; kid the ad. was Melbourne, and the furthest, B. B.," inclosed In a golden wreath, on A Sad Accident. For time acres be has very been pines.kept sh colors.' s
"*es,millinery etc.'' You will find her Key West., the front of them. some past luscious The proralDmelneluded a .saint of a
busy shipping pineapplesto
W"liar a le saint lady.. When .'In town -Mr. J. O. Walton, who returned Sat- '-Mr. Geo. G. Street, a large property A very serious mishap happened to very all parts of the United States. These cutting wcnty-one with guns the, tilting sabre the' tine,,,chase lemon, p.

urday last, from a visit of several daysto owner In Houston, Texas, who Is Christine the twelve-year-old daughter pineapples are not.only composed of tbe loot' races etc., etc.', and was much en. +
l -Mr. Jaudon Browne,'traveling pass. Dade County\ left on Monday for Interested In the Delesplne Grant, just of ex-Postmaster and lIra W. B. Nor- Red Spaslsb, but of many of the most joyed by, those In attendance; while

>at of the Fla. East Coast Line, has Jacksonville to attend the grand sports south of Tltusvllle.\ was a pleasant caller wood at this place about four o'clock choice pineapple grown on the East here was a, bountiful, supply of claret .e ale

"led a house In St. Augustine where given in commemoration of the 00th on the ADVOCATE last Friday, ere leaving yesterday afternoon. It seems that the Coast roach, beer lemonade, etc., to drink to
IUd his wife will reside for a while. anniversary of the reign of Queen Vic for home He planked down $1.60for little girl\ was running along the railroad From the plantation we he health of the Queen; aDd other good r:
.Browne I Walton also attended subscription to the ADVOCATE track at the crossing trying to head off wended through tbe woods towards
Is a popular young man, and toria. Mr. Percy a year's our way things to refresh the Inner man to all of '4
has a host of friends along the the above event which took place at while here, and paid our office and a straying cow, and lu her hurry she Lake Worth where we paid a visitto which full justice was done. After, the

it Coast South Jacksonville.Mrs. paper some nice comp Iments. caught her foot In one of the orosstles, the Palm Beach Pinery, owned by distribution of the.prises by Mrs. Sudlow,

-Mlaa who with her husband H. J,. Tiffin of the falling with her whole weight upon her Messrs Maddock A Matthanm. Here we the vice-consul's charming wife, three ''K n
Florence Norwood Is visiting O. H. Voss, Major owner right leg aod breaking It about four Inches I found Mr. Mattbams busily engaged
/ hotel at in town Monday and cheers for the Queen were given and three
sister River
r Mrs. T. F. Mitchell, In Jack- managed tbe Indian ostrich farm, was above the knee.. Her screams superintending and marking several '
flUe to take lIe Is still making improvements for Mr. Sudlow, who with several others r
for a few Tltusvllle for some time, expects Tuesday.
and her
days to to the of his
expected quickly brought parents scene special boxes of some finest pineapples
of the SIrrine House, Sanford: on his fine place at Courtenay, was Instrumental In making the occasion
"to-dayfor Tallahassee to spend a charge upon of the accident, and she was carried which be was about to* ship to t
k or 1st. It is said to be a first-class and has ordered tiO,0<>hilt( of lumber for luck a pronounced success
there she July R, ''
will to home where Dr. B. Wilson set the London. of these
Covent Garden Eight
go ,
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and wharf and additions to his ,
rgia for the boarding house in every respect another new -- '- -- - ---
balance of the summer. broken limb and did what he could to pineapples weighed lOOIbs., Palm.
"Hiss under tbe able management of Mrs. hotel. The Major expects* to return to alleviate her suffering. Christine Is now' Beach Pinery Is said to be the largest
been on Sallie\ Hall, of Faustina ,who Voss It will, we feel sure, prove a most his summer home In Montreal, a visit of a week or two with month. acknowledge a pleasant f
and satisfactory stay. next '
friend pleasant under theclrcumstancea we over fifty acres of i
comprises pineapples.In
Miss ;;
Laura returned o wl.blng&i
will sell
Sharpe call. glad Owner re,
: and her daughter and Messrs. Maddock A Matth-
i e on 'Mrs. J. A. McDonald are say. fruit, :
Saturday last., She Informed
that she had had most Miss Kittle, passed through here, -Miss Dora Nevlns, daughter of Mr: ---.t.i t ams are still having ,more land cleared oldest and best known transient and {
a enjoyable hotel In Ashevllle N, C. Small
Iin' Nashville and the exhibition yesterday, on their way home to Miami. P. J. Nevlns, recently of Merritt, but ,White City Agricultural and so that by next season they will have family Central, location ,and ,
P well worth seeing. Miss Kittle-who has been attending St. now of New York was awarded a diploma over seventy acres of pines under culti valuable,
-On Joseph's Academy, St. Augustine-was gold medal and laurel crown, for Horticultural Society. vation. Traveling through the woods In frontage. Apply
ear 3rd'page' 'wlll be found the the happy pOle aor of a certificate gold( graduating honors at Joseph's summer time Is rather hot work; but i
nSt. Asheville N.C.
ea810nal card of Scott A at- senior honors as Augustine Wednesday Mr. Matthams was quickly on band with ,
: Broome medal and crown for Academy St. ei
WUIT.B Crrr, FLA., June 2407.Editor ._ _________
eY..atolaw, Miami. As far as we can well as a gold medal for good conduct, also a gold medal for good conduct, one ; a cool and refreshing pineapple. After u fl jS

this firm of lawyers: bear a good awarded her at the Commencement Exercises for arithmetic and another for composition dtocati: visiting an Immense shipment of pineapples Taxpayers.. i
ulatlon. Mr. Gordon R. Broome Is on Wednesday.Mr. and' a teacher's certificate. MissNevins ) that were about to leave for tbe Notice to
held the 19th last
Dephew of our well known Circuit will have something to show !her At a meeting on by north, we visited Mr. Matthams' residence -
e, Jno.D.. Broome. C. H. Green of Pelham. N. Y., New York friends on her return. the citizens of White City and chair on the side of the lake, where we The Urn fur payment of town taxet."
has been In Jacksonville the last two Prof. E. J. Pitts'was called to the were-hospttably entertained by the genial the Town of Tltnsvllle\ has been, exr'
[ ? and Mn. S., S. 'Singleton ame I weeks, looking after his Interests there. -Mr. O. U. Voss, formerly of Tltusvllle and J. M. Orrel to act secretary. On host, who presented ns with moat : tended to July ht, 1807. )'

!isle town, Wednesday from Georgians, Mr. Green Is the owner of the steamer Informs us that be has quite a nice taking tbe chair Prof. Pitts delivered an Invigorating, cool and delicious bever Ity order of the Town Council. Y

7h7HMrSingleton ha been llf with Consolidad, now lying at the Merrill- place at Enterprises, where be Is raising address explanatory of the meeting and a nectar fit fore godsespeciallywhen G. CARr-ELWUty

to mahvls Bta wife brought him Stevens wharf Jacksonville\ undergoing several varieties of fruit, particularly expatiating tbe utility and Importance the thermometer stood at W> In Clerk..
en Titulvllle so that he could receive repairs. This gentleman-who has become plums, grapes and grapefruit of which of forming a society of the above beadIng In the shade.: Placing hi. man. and rowboat .
tf medical attention.: We are glad to a subscriber to the ADVOCA.T&- latter he will probably ship 200 boxes which appeared to be fully appreciated at our command 'we returned to "
>elllllghtIylmproviDg.nWR.Ep .. also owns several other steamers that next ear. Mr. Voss Is the rare posse by all the audience. A charter West Palm Beacb ,mach pleaded with Insure Against,Flrew
on the South American tot of an apple tree now fun of fruit, membership of twenty was enrolled, consisting -
plying what bad the
now we seen on pineapple
AlmG done by Anthony are coast He .Is also manufacturer of the which Is probably the only one in that of the most prominent and prosperous plantation of Maddock A: Matthatns. Too need Insurance and yon, Med the ,
8rosS Besides We In few bott. This can be obtained by applying: p
Palm Beach Fla. hectograph. section of the state. being engaged farmers. expect a During our visit,.Mr. Fred Hand, of
In the dalrr business, Mr. Voss months, to have double that'' number. West Palm Beach, took several view of to- -
Sale. conucU an extensive poultry farm. The following officers were elected: O. CABT-Kl.WBS',
To Setters for the Palm Beach Pinery In fall working
Persons Going ;Torth.w Prof. E.: J. Pitta. president; H. Chris order. TUuavUU. Fla-.
? tiansen, rlce-presldent; J. 1C. Orrel, secretary Agent for the Liverpool LoadoaA
Vallory,, :i'ftnt-cIa88 round- Two'pabl of thoroughbred setter dog TOBACCO, CIGARS, CIGARETTES ,A. treasurer. Adjourned Globe Insurance Co.As -
six months' old, for aale. $25 perpair. a new' and select line. just received by ; Christiansen Notice to Bicycle Kldera.It .
Jehta. Brunswick to New York pops, to meet July 3rd.E. ,
AddreM, Gruber A: Griggs.Notice A. Prrrs. -
I. hereby ordered by the,Town
R. E. H.,. CAraR9ebastian Fla. -" an'advertising medium no I,
Council of Tltasvllto that no racing suit
of Removal. on the last Coast can beat thADVOCATB. _
Care ADVOCATE paper
For Sale at a Rare ,gain.Cotn.r'lot shall be worn of which tbe sleeve do .. Give ns a trial advt., +
Tltu vtUe Fla.:
Sale. F. W. Beers of St. August).w, has not reach as far as the' elbow, and the and be convinced.. of the pink paperaworth. '(
For the whosedres
Cat-Boat removed his bicycle store from the 9aochea In Titusville106xf1'' ft, leg as far as "Any rider S
Bones Wanted? Bet block to the Cordova block, ,He with building soluble for store or office. doe not comply with this order I ;
ISa. --- I Seventeen-foot Cat-Boat, built by. has the largest line of bicycle la the for particulars address, X. Y. Z., will be debarred from racing July SUu J '

llle YOUr bone. and Mod them to the sey. Enquire of Aires. any rider can get suited there \. cam of ADYOCATK B.:C. ScimfOKOvm O. CA. T.ELWM, [Send the'ADVOCATE an order. for any, v

IiIIIYtnvlUe, Fertilizer Co., South J ck-. I P. H Waveland, Fla. stand street I TltusvUl, Fla, ,Cbalrman of Board' Clerk.. Job printing you need.] >' -
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r e I JUNE 25, 1897.Merit" .

More Lumber and Manufacturing Co.
flow of
I early
cult Mulching prevents
that and give thecrop the.proper contained In Qood'i
| vatlon and attention, we ,need have no sap by preventing the ground. ? trot Curative power than MANUFACTURERS OF -

fear but that we will be able to produce warming:,up to soon. Saisapiirilla preparation: It costs otherproprietol

= a very good article indeed without a pai : Cut the young trees back when pine and manufacturer and is more.worth mbre It costs to the the Cypress or Pine Lumber, Mill Stuff, Sidings, Flooring

i tide of organic fertilizers .lug them in the ground, and also trim jobber more More skill is required In iU -

fntrin Sitheritt.llu"the) lo .abl8 of Talks I C. K. MoQdAWtU: !back the roots to correspond.Both consumer.preparation and It combines more medicine rem Ceilings Mouldings:! Packing Boxes and Crates. Turning and Scroll Nor
Hood'sSensparilla.Merit RACING r houses of..the Iowa legislator Consequently edial qualities It than has any a record of more Good work aDd material at low prices. Take Main, street car line to mill\ 1B
in medicine mean the power to RULES FOR ROAD have passed resolutions making tbe cures and Us sales are more than those

," l .ean. Hood'aa.naparlUapollactaal wild rose the official flower of that state of any other preparation. Hood's Barsrtpailllii .
and unequalled cnratlve power and them Associated Cycling Clubs Adopt ('S the best medicine to buy be- Jacksonville Fla.office.
,fore it has true merit.; Wbsn you bu;) The president has approved the Join cause It is an honest medicine and thou Telephoneoldllne)4S. .
., i Hood's Saroapor,and take U oocordloi Some New 1tegul UoU8. 'resolution of congress approprlatfoi sands of testimonials prove that it does
to directions; to purify your blood 01' The Associated Cycling Clubs of New $::;0X)0( () for the expenses of the congre actually and permanently cure disease.

t 'ore any of the many blood diseases1,yoi York, Lx>ng Island and New Jersey has e of the Universal Postal unions., strike baa
are'morally certain to receive benefit formulated a set of rules to govern road The report that a general

The power to cure is'there. Yon are Dot racing In their dlstilcls., These has always ,. Dandruff forms when the glands of been declared throughout the East Tenn HARRY MASON & CO

+,, trying an experiment. It will make;yon boon a woeful lack of proper rule : the skin are weakened, and If neglected; essee coal region is unfounded. The most t"r
blood pare rich and nourishing",and thn to regulate road racing, because of the 'baTdness Is sure to follow Hall's Hall serious situation Is at Jellioo, where2.00J K

M "drive out the germ of disease,strengths refusal of the League of American Wheelmen Kenewer'Is the' best preventive., to' men are out, waiting settlementof Jobbers in Fins Imported
9 the nerve and build np the.wholesysteni. v scale. The strike has not II. MASON & CO.
to recognize It asa :form of loge The lodges of the Brotherhood of Lo- the wage: '

mate sport.. Recognizing the,, necesslt;; comotlve Firemen throughout the Con been declared, however. W Bay Street, Cigars

Hood'sSarsaparilla of some kind of regulation, the NewYorkclubl : try!'have voted to affiliate' with the< of JACKSONVILLE. Llgllorsand lligM

have.. formed. code of their own Amerclan Federation of Labor., -What' do ,you need In the heads way, bill s
E Their rules require that the officers of i a envelopes, note and letter, etc ? Whiskies
cards, Grade Etc.WblekiesImported
The biennial conclave of the Improved heads, statements, tags, .
road race be.a referee, seven judges, Order of Heptasophs session at Louis, We shall be glad to !have a share of your \

4x seven timekeepers, one.starter, one olerk hold the next work. "",.:. : .. ,
vllle, Ky.. has decided to 'j: 'jr-: : .
True Blood Purifier ----
It the best,In(act-the One '
of the course, with assistants;; one sco I Belle Rock and Rya...,,.....,......irom plop,.
L ft Co.,Lowell,MasaHood's In Buffalo, N. Y. and Domestic t Southern
Prepared only by 0. Hood meeting .... 5
,.,. .. ..from
wltl blackberry, and peach and honey *i M
with'' two umpires, ? : perI
assistants; ,
peach .
I er, DO YOU NEED FRUIT TREES I Jtramlii'n-DnmeHtlo apple ... ,.. .-'. ...<,. ..,...from\1.1\0\ per ,
Po not or 01 eto..t. 'i' j
Jtlrp. pain ,Old Tom -
Pill assistants, and two marshals,with assist I (tins-Holland ... u ..... .. ,rromflIOpergi \
!Crlpe..A1I drug/l1.t.e. 2110. Rum .. < .. ,.... .
Will Ton Give Up all that health i 'CaUwbs 'Mnsoabelc9arsteta.Vtrom.,4.. ... *l toper)
ants. The referee decides all protests removes means to you? If not, look out for impure at reduced prices. Are ClnretsFinestSherry; : ,: ;.. .. ... ,..... .......... ...............,..,.. .... ,from Si2: Peru
incompetent officials, and''bis de blood. Cure boils, pimples, humors Citrus Trees the ground on 4-year-old Bottled Been. .".... ....,.. ..a..r...i..>....,.t from fl.30 per dm
Free and The must all beat budded at of other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices.
ctalon Is final. judges and all scrofulous tendencies bj Lemon stocks. 3,000 BG8All
Rough when requested without
Florida ; In boxes
will be packed ei
and demijohns
the finish line. In case of disagreement taking Hood's Saraapanllia.Hood's are Parson Jugs when returned.' Express Company wjl
refunded for "empties"
Masons BrownerRubydTange Homosassa, tra cost. Money
Accepted decides and their de and
a majority "- Fruit, aOo. not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay trouble.
clulon 'as to the order of finish'Is final: purely and 'Triumph and Common Grape Send for PrIce List, or call upon MASON & CO.,

w The clerk of the course arranges competl do not purge Pills, pain are or gripe.vegetable All druggists. each Boone's, $20.20:! Early per 100.'fc, Mott's Blood 50c. 301, SOT, 809, 311, W. Bay St., (Mason Block). JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Indian \ Tltusvlli tore in groups at the stat t according to each, $40 per 100.
River Fla. watch, the ridIng and Mandarin, 40o each.
the nroplres -
handicaps, Satsuma
Lodge! .fr NO. OlIIolilD rf competitors and report nnfalrnesi. The Duo D'Aumale shock Is'he dead experienced at Zucco, Lamb Orange, GOc. each. each $40 line in the State.
l the Sicily, from the Seedless Grape Fruit, GOc. BICYCLES.Best:
to the referee; the patrol : '
of the death of the Dnch- .
IM meetlnit the second and fourth Fri. upon hearing per 100.( (
vl/ie.t each month. at the Court bouse..TItui o urH. and maintain It free of .obstrtiotione. i CBS D'Alencon"; his niece by marriage.At Also all of the varieties of peaches this ,
1 100 i p. m .Competitors may change blcyclei l ; that are known to be best suited to
A. T. Feaster Worshipful Master, Florida section, including the
;but cannot make propel
during race
s :W. Scoble; Senior Warden. a peach; that
the ADVOCATE new
K. F. Hall, Junior Waiden.li. unaccompanied by a wheel. ,They mus t present weekly newspaper originated In Orange; county, and Is the LUTHY, $150.00.

J R, Wilson, Treasurer. keep to the right and pas to the lefts;the 1 largest printed all-home-print at any town along;the East Coast best peach yet out for this section. FOWLER $100, 7500.
J. Mendel, Secretary.M. first competitor point. Is .glvevthe. of Florida, between Jacksonville and JAMES MOTT, ,

I 'J:.A.8. Happersette Same, Senior;Junior Deacon.Deacon. rlgb -ofway.No sldepa'th :J'ldlngwll ; Key West. ORLANDO NttiiSEiiY Prop'r. CLEVELAND, $100, ,$85.00.

A.:A. Stewart, T. u. Sanders stewardsB. be permitted., 4 Winter Haven, Fla.WANTED '
A. GeIger, Chaplain., ,-The ADVOCATE U still giving away, WESTFIELD,' $75.00, $00.00.

A.,Frosoher, Tyler. The Declaration of Independence Tree' tobaccd seed of the, finest grade. FAITHFUL MEN OR I eJ
Call and get some, with Instructions for to travel for responsible
,saved by a. oman. Its cultivation. established hotise in Florida. Salary B. F. ''MANIER Jr.
Position ,
ON perman-
it ',: $780 and expenses. .,
'MINE11ALTODACCQ ent. Reference. Enclose 'c. '
'J ( : In an historical article recalling the All reviewed In the stamped envelope. The National, Star Jacksonville, Fla.
magazine .
TUNING new sporting
Bldg., Chicago.
destruction of our National capital by Invalu- Insurance
f4rp :Da FUNIAK SPRINGS' ,, Clifford OUTDOORS. rar"Witb Freyer <& Bradley Music Co.
'. the British forces 1814, Howard able to the salt waterfisherman
June,18,1807. In 'the July Ladles. Home Journal the fresh ALEX NEAR. ERNEST TAYLOB.
C ,bditorAijvocats,; !: will show tint Dolly Madison the most i water fisherman, the

I In a recent isauo of: the Floilda. Farmer beloeci'aod popular woman of her day,' i R sORTS grouse woodcock, quail and, 5 here l NEAR & TAYLOR, o a: .A 's w a Lc" :JI.J 0 O ,

and Fruit Grower, Prof. Moodle adviser was courageous and fearless In the face i '. shooter, the bayblrd Suooessors to John McAllister.) DEALERS IN -
the discarding of, all ,mineral ,nits for of danger. lit the mad stamped ind wild fowl jrnnner,the big Ram hunter, the
grave I
.. wheelman, photographer boatman Wins an.d.: J:1ctu.ors: : ; :
tourist :
for the tobacco the P:1n.e: : ,
i nitrogen and, potash From Washington, that preceded the in'salon and naturalist. Artesian Well Contractors,
crop. Now, while I have the greatest by the British troops,Dolly Madl- Prioe.cents. !IIO free copies. .Subscription .417, *. 419 W. Bay St.,
'ft eer. .IK
f respect for Professor Moodle's opinion' IOn was the last to so safety_ in flight New" .York Outdoors Publishing: Co., 1370 Broad. EAU CALLIE, FLA. ; \ ) JACKSONVILLE, ". FLA.

t backed aa It Is by long years of practical and her final before quitting the White ray. : rich hull
RICH WINES create good
experience: : -still! I consider his remarks Souse,as the enemy advanced, was to I'J J blood. Don't make the mtatake sl(
Iq said'article to be of a rather. sweeping the Declaration of Independence WraoHKNBACH Manager. F. M. BURST Treasurer ;-iiJ: 1itifBstby sour poor wine because It I It
tetze ,, E. ...... Ll I. It Is not. It bas a natty, disj <
nature and carry It with her to a.plaoe of safety.Is N D -::::.'" greeable effect upon the system whiles.
a I, do not 'pretend to be'In any way a the White House was Immediately FLORIDA MACHINE WORKS.IRON ,---- rood Hives wine you is that really pulled-together not. expensive,,rely sad<

1 tobacco expert, but 'my limited experience iftorward looted and burned by the I :.", """ satisfied feeling.fST a.Specialty of North ro nUna

( goes to prove that mineral, fertilizers I British, Mr. Howard declares that, but Mountain Dew Corn Whiskey, Uuei

lit If properly' applied! and judiciously f.pr brave'' Dolly Madison the priceless and BRASS CASTINGS.General I We years Parties old, (living 2.110 per in gallon.Dry Towns will do

used, will give UII-an excellent grade of >arohm nt would have been destroyed. well to order from as as we can nn
+ Done. them 50 cent on all orders.
& Accurately
tobacco,: equal in every respect to what Repairing Promptly: (ty; Always send money with ordeal
is produced by the use of organic fertilizers .... Wo will not open new accounts unlM
,The Prince of Wales..at Short fe7 Shafting Pulleys, HangersSash Z a suitable Jacksonville reference Is given
;" and their, cheapness, compared Iron Building Columns, to -' No Goods sent C. O. D, to Dry Towni,
makes vital question Range. and Boxes In Stock i1 Mt VIIIol rts Agent Indianopolls Brewing To
',to the .others, a T FnrDitrK i and ,
I \. Brewers Bottlers,Indianapolis Inilj
I : ; I Weights and Grate K LjSF Mi
for the grower. Furthermore, will contribute VHsHIHFf K Saw Mandrels of all SizesTelephone Hercules Malt Tonic,|3.25 per case;. Clayton & Russell Wild Cherry Brandy,$.1.1I0 per case.L .
Moodie mentions In George W. Smalley
3 the lands that Prof.. .
e sold article aa containing too much phosphate itlcle on "The Personal Side' of the Bare a Specialty Furnished

for tobacco are confined to certain rlnca of {{ales" to the July Ladles' .

localities, and do not in any Dense In- lomo; Journal ,tt Is said Mr. Smalley S-aG-.An.: .. MILLS,. il Fertilizer for Fruit.-

elude .the best lands for tobacco"culture, yes a uniquely interesting, close view 102. ,Office and Shops at End of Viaduct In Riverside..
the' must. of'tbe t Prince, touching In detail upon
as In everything else, grower JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. ,

i be guided principally by the nature of bls great'personal popularity' In England ?--. ...".. ........ ...' .. . ... "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer:
his soil and its general adaptation to the aDd' the reasons therefor, his love of

successful production of whatever''crop .portar bl. pastimes, his social duties and GEORG MARX. JOHN.MARX. :::Ir:1oe: .gB.OO :Per:: Ton.

Is wanted, provided, of coarse, that the : versions, and. showing him as an af- 'ANALYSIS
proper fertilizers are used to' give the rationale I son, a devotee husband. a Moisture... .; ," .. ... .8 ,to 10 Per Confc

tk t plant a well-balanced ration.In loving father and brother. Wholesale Dealers In lDmonla. . 1',..v ..'... ,.'... ,.. ". (474'to: 6" "

our heavier sandy soils of Western O-xocexles> FjrcLit; sun-d. 3Pxo3.-u.ee.: Phosphoric Acid . .%,- '.., ...vB$ to 6 ". "
!' Florida where the,soil Is already rich I haft 131 and 133 KM, Bay pleat and 13 and aa Mewnsto Street Potash (Actual). .. ... .,. .... . ... ..?.6.to' 8 ,'", "
organic matter,the use of mineral fertll: JaoJ.l&oD.V'I.11e: ,' Florida: : Made exclusively from Bright Cotton Seed Meal, Nitrate of Soda, Blood,BoneF|
.1 leers Is Imperative I have grown aa I II Usolved Phosphate, Fine Ground Tobacco Stems and Sulphate of Potash.
good Cuban'seed tobacco right here a. lDr: Write for directions for using and further particulars; also ask foroopy
THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY of "Economical for Fruit." We stock of all Feruiisr
anywhere In the state ((110 experts toll ( ONE OF Fertilizing carry a large be'fore
Material, Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dust, Potash, etc. .Write for prices
4 me at the! time), and solely on minorsfertlllsen.
buying. We seek the trade direct.
: TO GROWERS:-Let us know what you have In the way of Fruit and Vege growers
If acid and the Sulphate tiP tables. Returns prompt and sure. We supply the best Seed Potatoes and Cow. VILSON & TOOMER Fertilizer Co.,
wholesale price list of groceries.MARX. .
Peas. Write us for our .
of potash are applied long enougl The Fertilizer. House of Florida,
In advance of the planting of the crop to {f \ Jacksonville, Fla.

have become properly mixed with: the Cheoslof a "a....*. T ,
soil, they will have a far greater value I J ."'!' George 'Eliot' sayi f

; ', than If applied Immediately loul to .g In one of her novels,. Magnolia Grocery....

? the planting, and It Is right here that the .'II can that marry almost any.n.woman man she THE PAINT 'STO'RE.'II.ROOFING

secret of the whole matter lies., If you \ makes op her mind to. H. A. :HENRY, Proprietor. .

apply pure sulphate potash of the : or Whether fiction this certainly U truth.. Wholesale and Retail Dealer In

+ very highest grade to be had, and get IIwell I woman chooct net

1 \ mixed In the ,loll a month or twc he husband knows oftener U. But than.she \h\hy STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.*** AND SHEATHING PAPERS,

s ahead of, planting time, Its effect on the 1 l1A 'most play the negative
plant will be to give It a Very superloi ......VJI part She can only Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please you.
flavor; and If we must use nitrate of tive--as possible in a make modest her, womanly way 10:1: Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. X7.1 Pa p ors,

i soda, It should be applied In very small instinct.and rely upon human nature and manly Telephone No. 253., _

doses, and at frequent Intervals. A sensible man naturally seeks a whole.
The tobacco Industry of Florid. owes ome-looking, healthy, capable companion. --- Outtmiclo; Cold atcr; Paint;

yl} 'much' of Its success to Prof.''Moodle's assume Men. are the not care unselfish of a enough weak, nervous to willingly, de. W. V :& DAWSON: I.
,persistent efforts for Its development, tilluted wife. E. BAIRD & CO.,
,1' and that In the face of, great Indifference Men are not attracted by a .. emaciate .

'!' ? on the part of growers; and now, when complexion form, because foul these breath symptoms or thin arc the sure Wholesale and Retail II:) West Bay & Laura Sts., JACKSONVILLE: rOo

his long ; of ceaseless toil and energy Index of poor digestion and impoverished
years blood.A Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes, and Room Mouldings.
g along that line are beginning to bear woman afflicted by these mortifying WINE & -
fruit, we all recognize that whatever he miseries should seek the powerful, purify! LIQUOR MERCHANT; -
In..aud nutriments influence of Dr. Pierce s
may cay on tobacco growing carry Golden Medical Discovery, which com- 84W AND FLANIMO MILLS JACKSOKTII.US: YARD
great weight with Iti; but to discard min appearaacesbyclsariagandrenovatiegtheorganic relaebs. Fl*. E. Bay St.. Foot: of Cat.hWILSON rf *

t erslfertllixatton Is, In'my opinion, not source of healthful vitality 1 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
at all necessary.' And, when we consider It helps the liver to filter all bilious impurities CYPRESS COMPANY

the fact that'the sources from which organic from the blood. It gives the digestive and Domestic Wines Havana .. ,
Fine Old ,Imported
organ 1)O""r.to extract: nourishment Liquors
derived -
fertilizers are and are I from the food. It rounds out thin form I of -
somewhat limited, U behoves us to do wipe away wrinkles, and give to the complexion and Florida .
its natural clearness and bloom.Your'OoUtai Mexican Cigars. '
(; Cypress Lumber Lath
r the best we can with' what have already. 0 Medical THscovm' cored meat Shingles and'
s' been using.. a severe CM*of poisoning of the blood," FANCY ROCJERIE ,
write. Nn. aelia leas, at Cowl. Santa Cm OK, FINE
l In buying pbosphorio add and potash CaL ..aoua_after* oth, Twould brook o..to* A large .toek of Dry: Cypress flooring, celling. aiding, mouldings., .htngl"
earmasadweeary paiaM.' I haw tried the Per' Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Goods. lath and \
from $3.00 '
best for tobacco ITHISKETS pickets always' on hand CTPJefJ-
v) we must have the very ._.,"_J anaparnia wtllmrt.My kM.lwhatever thus assuring prompt shipment
and they must be applied a great many ,ad srat until I IMacorvrr'did ff Price List upon application. Your Joe Trade Solicited. moaldInjtS of all patterns a specialty

; weeks before planting;time., If we do Mee I snN vet. IaF sten.."boll nat w-WM..ewey(sty toad se* "M.oa"no. sad. .1. If yon wish to open-an account, you must give first-class city references. When at home write as for prices; when up our way, come and see uJ.I .

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". : :aI:1::: 110.111'1, WALTER S.OBAHA.I. MEN. UNITED?" IINDIAN: IUVKH GUARDS. In Circuit I Court of the 7th Judicial, Circuit .. Oranges } I
Doctor -
igm OBSCiS A GRAHAM Cycling Prescribes a Drill at the Armory over noniity Jail every of Floililn\ In and for, Uiovard

Course of Conduct TITU8V1LLK FLA., Bueaday evening In chit month, I o'uhH'k. CantyItckmunvilio t
AT LAW for BIcycle .A T.
ATTOjtNEYS- FKATKH Captain At..tin.. .'11 '
June 23, 18tJ7. Indian River heavy feeders of Potash. a '
Itiders. Railway tompnny, arc
12 : .
:From to a. ro., Editor Advocate now the Florida Rut Coast KaftV8.
I1011s : -
cJ and S to 4 p10 Says the cycling doctor, of the. many INDEPENDENT ORDER GOOD TEMPLAR3.: w., Com,..."", } Potash exerts a marked' influence ( d

Co. Florida. cycling doctors The patriot and the money king has TIMivUla Lodge No 17 meets I
'fIt'118V1LU, Brevard : each put this question to himself. The evening 7:30: in rroabytarlan ohiirah.every Tmwlay IMbllo The Brevard County ralluii.State hank, on the quality and quantity '
"Let me give ten rules for bicycle meeting first Tuesday iu stub month. a eorK> of the fruit. Florida soils '
CflyaogP'- In all the oourta-4tate and fed riders to patriot hopes, at best, to secuie a majority. C. A. GARDNER, Q. w. (SCOHIE, TO the Brevard County State Bank,,a porporatlon ,
They are good rules dumlulled at Uixioa, lirevard. l<..mtr.
deficient in. Potash
f80llltlel lor examining and perfect. and it will do The money king relies upon tbe ; tMIu'& C. T. Third.' and all other person Interested In .or being largely
cyclist good to observe act I having claims upon the north-hait of the ; h ,
that the of
IaDd due. them strictly. masses have never been aouthwest quarter.or the ... of a heavy application{ a
been united and he trusts that the pa- CHURCHES.t auction:au, township 94,"south range east In fertilizer not less
Here they are: Mrevard county, Florida' containing
0 0i I
., ','' ,,1. In purchasing a bicycle take as triot may not secure even a majority.Our YOU are hereby notified to be and' appear In than 13% ofManufacturer J j"
much country Is agitated by distress and EPISCOPAL CHURCH. (rirenlkCunrt the State or Florid '
NOTARY PUBLIC care to have it fit you as would for' ",yard county, at the Clerk's office in I
you doubt. Division has Service the Snrt and 4th Sunday In each
possession of the Tituevllle. theFIRST <
0g STATE" AT LARGE. in obtaining a gown or a suit of clothes. monthat. ae 11 a, m.and 7:00: p.m. Sundayaohool Potash.t. !
Present conditions foretell abject very Sunday .:.30 a. m. Evening at ,
rewriting, taxes paid( for 'nonf 2. Be.sure that when sitting upright submission of the II'. sa. on W.........*,*. Litany .nice prayer sverjRev. to how what Interest you nave In the above '.
nU. rents and accounts collected, you do not have to reach to maintain the masses. or I'rldaJ ae 10 a. m. I deserlbed land,and to chow why a part ot It should be made. The\ best Y .
Correspondence_solicited.GOHDOW The very word "Revolution" makes B.1. BBOWM, Rector.PRESBYTERIAN described In a pelnionrleil by the complainant
g I etc .. 'Fh r1da I ball of,the foot on the pedal during an In this cause In the Clerks' ofrtoe In Tltusvllle on in the will bear
ltulVme, "I" entire strong men shudder; and well It may the nth day of Mar, A D I8HT. should not betaken groves state
revolutioli.;, In other words,when for such CHURCH. for the ase of the complainant a* a rlsravpfway these facts. '
a revolution will be the cruelest testimony to ;
ry'oee for Its railroad or be forever baresd
| e se
R. BBOOME. pedal has reached the most distance every Sabbath at II a. m.and T-Sfip.m.
a SOOn' the most savage experience known to Sunday: school at Its: a. ra., Cb.... Gardner in that behalf.
BROOM; point from the body be sure there is a Supt Prayer! meeting on Wednesday: evening Ordered at the Clerk' cries All shout PMuti-th *COTT *: bend man. .17:30.: The nubllo are cordially Invited to su at Tttuavllln this 11m day .f pen_... oo the box farms la ths U."... S<.i-iiId
slight In the leg at the knee. Change the question and ask "Can all tend our services. I Seal I May,A D less. la a Ii.... book. which. w. publish' and will Iadly l
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, 3., Adjust the handle bars at a levelwhich' H. M. aouDKLL Factor. ',Circuit Court f sail Seals say.......America who will writ fur It.
men be united This Is a broader Inquiry A.A. STEWART' GERMAN KALI'WORKS. '
R R (over Bank) when the arms are fully extended, which Includes the human race. BAPTIST CHURCH. Robbln" Graham Clerk Circuit Court ,3 Nasse' St.,New Vwk. ,
AU' for
)* Complainant. By C. R.Stewart,
will ,
., .. Florida. keep the body in an almost upright This Is a question of fact and in the fact Preaching mayljulya D.o. i.
I second and
every Sunday,
R position. In riding long distances the will be found the morning and
authority for the answer evening. Prayer Meetings every NATIONAL .
i handle bars should be dropped rednM"lay evening at T'OU: o'ehxik. Sunday Notice.In .. '
JOB 8. JONES, a trifle I The .answer is, "All men can be united," School every Sunday at :4ila.ni. Alimnnaah'8llm : '

ao as to Increase the leverage by a back- because it is a law of nature that principle Inat ft..e .. !.y at LaOrantte; Second Sunday, Home-Seekers :;n i. ;.
ward as well as a forward push. I 0&Ir. Hili. .11.....cordially Invited to attend. Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Clr '.
i ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. goes home to every mind. The human B. A. GRtucft Pastor. cult of Florida Urevard County A. D.
4. Before REAL EICH NGE.
BRETAKD CO. FLA purchasing Ro' bicycle make Intelligence cannot reject principle. 18 )7. ESTATE ;;
VUtEi an arrangement with the dealer wherebyyou Principle{ METHODIST .f,'
or truth is found in nature. CHURCH. Anna Walker Sweet ) !

I County Judge of Brevard County.D. may make trials of different saddles Man cannot originate either. Regular. service every flr t, third and fourthiinday Charles V8.I). Sweet. I) mil for Divorce. ,- i,
until find one that Is at 11 a. m. and 7-00: p, m. Sunday Exchanging Property for Property a ,
porfectly com
What the law the bill of
can we predicate upon School eveLeague Sunday 10-00 m. Epworth appearing by sworn complaint f
fortable for each atat rn IT In the above 0."" that the renlilenoo III the Send of what (I
a properly fitting saddle is that principle home to mind Sunday :ao p. Prayer meet- Specialty, Description j I ,
goes .
L. DOD8ON, iDENTIST. every Ins every Thursilay nfeht at T:.00 m. The defendant an last known was In Now Or-
the most element In safe and p. Lane, La., but his have and what want ,1 ,
necessary We can predicate conviction. Ladle Aid Society meet every Wednesday. that whareaboiiu at present you you '" ,
at a-00 p m. Everybody welcome at our church are unknown to comimlalnant| l anil that there U
comfortable riding. Incline to a saddle The teacher knows before hand that the .ervlce.. no person In the State of Florida aervbie of a MALABAR Indian River, FLORIDA.
that is stiff and I subpoena upon whom would bind said defendant .R
moderately providedwith demonstration of will strike A. W J. BEST, Pastor. '
a principle ,and that i be defendant I I. over the axe ot C. C. CARROLL,
Office over postoffice. springs,' and which la broad and home in. every mind. There is a unityIn tynani.. It I I. therefore ordered that the defendant '' i ,
the Raid Charlo D."Sweet,do appear at Real Estate Agent: : ,
short rather than long and narrow. The nature that lodges truth in the mind. CATHOLIC CHURCH. the Clerk': *oflloe on or before the "

8VILLB. .. FtOBIDA. most Important object to be attained In Demonstrate the principles of the tri Service at 10 a. m. every Sunday In .. SECOND DAY OF AUGUST 18K. I
Church building North Tltusrllle. dhildron'scatechism (! the same bolng Rule Day, to plead," answer or .1 '
the adjustment of the saddle Is to have The Most Com
angle,the elllpse- ny proposition In mathematics at S p. m. demur to the bill of complaint filed herein. I Largest and

L. GAULDEtf, the pommel high enough/ to gl ve the bodya -and all men must be a unit In K.v.J.O'BoviB.,Rector And It le further In the INDIAN r-dered' Rivicn that thin AovtMATB notice,bepublished nnewipnpor plete Establishment South. '

slight tendency to slip backward thus their acceptance. The principles of mechanics nublliheil In Tltuvlll, Ilrevardomoty r

, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW: keeping the weight off the perineum, as -light, heat, electricity-In fact MUNICIPAL. week;Flonda.tribe' tn once the a and week day for of eight August" oonnenntlve neat. GEO. 'S, HACKER &' SON }

1ml practice In all the Courts of the State It Is most important that It should be all pl'lnclples.tbat have been demonstrated Witness the Honorable John D. Hntoine' ,
fnarld*,and the United State Courts. Judge of Mid\ court and the seal of said court ''I .,
borne by tbe gluteal muscles, and the have necessarily gone home to all TOWN COUNCIL. at Tltuiville, I'lorld, this Ut day uf June, A D a .
r r,o.BOX,238. TTTUSYILLE TLA. IwT ,1
Honey to Loan. 18ATTORNEYS.ATL'A luberoslttes of tbe Isthlum. minds. There can be no division upon R.F. Hall R. S. Smlth.marahal; J.A. t L. S. J A,A. STEWART! ,1
5. ,The woman should never the truths of Hanpenette, tax mrileotorl) O. Cary-Klwee,clerk I jun-julyao Clerk Circuit Court,
average or principles nature. and aaeesaori J. M.; Dixon W. R. _
ride a wheel geared higher than sixty On the other hand, present to man W. Bonnie, R. O. Sortingeour, Tho KnoxLutIO.
oounoihnen. The council meet second and ': 1
-We have just received aoot.Mor'lup.ply
Inches; the average man higher than seventy kind a theory-the finest product of the fourth Monday In each month. I':. 11'11'.A"
of very line grades of tobaoeo seed, .
inches. Remember that higher the brightest Intellects-and what will be which will be given away to any person .\ ." ,

W. gear the greater the. power required to the result Division. COUNTY 0..JCBR8.SCHOOL who will plant It on the East Coast. Call ,

move a given distance. A theory cannot command general acceptance or send .tamped-addressed envelope. for I.
luluonville BOARD. to the ADVOOATB'clues J T
Florida. some
accustomed -" ,
6. After having become to because it Is not part of nature.It ,
J. B, Snowclen, Tltiisvllle; A. L. Hatch. City "
tbe use of a bicycle never take a rideso has originated in the mind of man. Point) U.E. Miller Malabar. .I.

rEORGE W. ALLEN, long that a good night's sleep will not For this reason all the schools of the an- HODGES & GODFREY JI J-
entirely remove all, traces of fatigue. cients have passed away. These beautiful .

ATTORNEY-AT-LA, Twenty-five to fifty miles a day according theories were 'part of the men and Mendel. H. LaOrange Sharpe' Sharpe.i J. R., Walker chairman, lltuitvllle; Joanph; Manufacturers of of

.f' to the surface of the country, should the times. >no. Houston, Eau Gall 18| R. I). Hoke>Jensen. t I
11' West, Florida. I Regular sessions an bald first Monday In each Doors Sash Blinds '
not be exceeded by the average rider. I Now we repeat the question "Can month. Yellow Pine Lumber ,

i Will practice in the United Statesd 7. Always walk up a steep hill; it the' masses be united '" We answer, \

State Courts. 9jun05 will save your heart.; they can be united by principle but not COUNTY OFFICIALS. novels DRKSSKD: : Moulding. and Building Material.Offlee .

8. Never ride simply with the idea of upon any proposition that originates In L.Minor Oanlden S.Jones Tltusvllle, Tltimvllle, prosecuting, county judge attorney') D. Drang Boa 'Heads ) and Wareroom, King, Opposite ,.

i rVR. F. H. HOUGHTON, arriving at the earliest possible momentat the brain of man. A.A. Stewart tTituevtlleclerk circuit court J.) Fruit,4k Vegetable Crate.Lamberdelivered 1
F. Woolen Cocoa, tax ..assessor K. W. Hall, at of Indian Riveron Cannon Strut,
a given destination; ride for the pleasure While theories are dividing the massestheir 8hariea, tax collector) A.'. FeasterTltusvllle, through bill of lading.any part Anyone contemplating ,
that is to be had from It. instinct goes direct to the one treasurer': J. H. Sains,Conrtenay, .nperlntaad'ent building tint Kttnt!: Coast,would ilo well to Charleston S. C.
DENTIST. public Instruction J. O. Fries. Orlando,
| write for 1>I'lnel'l'h.' \ Sawmill Is ittuated on tbe ,
9. While riding use the'same sense cause of their distress, which Is our county surveyor|J.P.Brown,Tltusvllie,iberlfl. J.,T.A K. W. Ily.V mile south of Palatka.

|>ytona, .. Florida In drinking that you would in watering money. But even here they are divided "- Satftiimn HlKlitx,Putnam CO.FI.... Sash Weights Cord andActual ..
I a horse. Also, like a horse,'stick closelyto because the principles involved are not I

T 0. FRIES CE.COUNTY water as a beverage.' Remember that recognized. These principles are dem- DO YOU WANT{ SOMETHINGGOOD '

alcohol stimulates the heart and circulation onstrated In "National Money." They ROYAL-TANSY .PILLS Hardware l'

SURVEYOR. in much the same way exercise will go home to every mind; hence they
minds. AND CHEAP ? I : .BIMWVKRT..,......hl.end sate KKVMirAI u lClor...... and Fancy Glass '
and that if you use It In any form must unite all r. Window
Land I .._-.".. ......, 4>r p.lnfi,1
legally surveyed and sub-divided. while wheeling the reaction Is speedy Everyman who studies the work will, I .... ...Now red: Over.u,...
topping neatly done. Estimates for and long reaching. understand the cause that has enslavedthe An abstract showing perfect title will faw} : : -..,1-. .tlri: ::.::','Aean IM -A 1 :
b.t furnished to each purchaser of any h Iqa, a 1L
>U I kinds of engineering works. Disiiited 10. Never ride on a full stomach; It masses. He will be master of the 'of the following lands In Brevard county: ,..'In 0"p1cm......:.wrapper..,...... .Send. b.el9l Choice i+
lines a specialty.iBA8TiAr will Interfere with the heart' action money question. lie will know with I Right front on the north side of Main ... .I.T..1'Io.....-'' "O,..h yiyl: ntm '

and respiration. mathematical certainty where the evil street Tltusville. Riparian rights ex Wines, Liquors ,I't J.;
Sold J. B. only
> Brevard Co.- FLORIDA. "If bicycle riders will, follow those lurks and bow to apply the remedy. He tend to the channel and the City Wharf by Scrcven and Cigars. A
extends along the lot on the south side.
rules," says the cycling physician "I will be his own leader and he can say to There Is a large warehouse on the lot at OuaranteedPure. t

! axl.tecl.A: a4an: am sure they will all enjoy the exercise the man with a theory, "Get thee be the bulkhead of the City Wharf which Cheap Excursion Rates, Via e Sold at reduced '

more than i If f they violated them." hind me, goes with the property, and 1,000 feet of prices /, '
In every section at once to sell staple Satan"A.. BBADT. rentable property along the city landing.
octa dealers Price of property including warehouse The Plant System.To'Nallhvlllef ImportedTokay J "
; no peddling; experience weekly Wine r _,
-The ADVOCATE Is the largest '
unnecessary best aide line. 76.00 amonth. 2,000.
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published on from Italy. i,1Zt.
all-home-print newspaper ,
Salary and expenses or large '
Miami andJacksonville How's This! Tenn. account Ten
commission made. with 2 cent the East Coast between of land the nOli-
Address Four and a half acres In '
lamp for sealed particulars Clifton Soap and we hope our East southeast quarter of southeast quarterof ; tickets sold from all John B. Tognl, tWlj 1

Ma Manufacturing Company Clncln- Coast merchants will give us their support We offer One Hundred Dollars Rewardfor section 20 township 21, south range points In Florida via the Plant System : East St. r
123 Bay
Saloon ,
make it ten follows Rates from Jacksonville Metropolitan :|
Mtl, Ohio so that we can pages any case of Catarrh that cannot be US east at Minis station on the J., T. A: as : '
Instead of eight. Hall's Catarrh Cure. : for tickets sold dally on and after April JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ; :
cured by K. W. R'", four miles north of Titus- ,
F. J. CHESBY" Co., Props.,Toledo O. vllle. This Is In the western part of the 28tb until Oct limited, 15th until Inclusive Dot *Iftth. Wbol..I. an.R.CaI1. ;Y,J; t
No Cure-No Pay I I We the undersgned, have known F. J. Turnbnll hammock and has been all round-trip, \"u y
and after ,
Woree Thaai Country P.pers."Yon last 15 and believe Tickets sold dally on April I \
for years be set to ofange trees.
Cheney cleared to
That Is the way' all druggists sell I' fellers make a good bit of honorable In all business ready 20th until Oct. iftth/ inclusive, $17., VUOTOUS' 1 r
city him perfectly Price $250.The : WEAK MEN MADE '.
Grove's chills from date of sale. "
Chill Tonic for of us country editors and the news transactions and financially able to carry limit twenty days ,
ud malaria. It Is iron and quinine fun Tickets sold on Tuesdays and Thursdaysof *
simply their,firm.WKST .
editor of the Hoxawottamie obligations made by '
out '
In love we print, any southeast quarter of the northwest 2Uth to Oct. 20th
a tasteless form. Children each week April *
Adults prefer it to bitter nauseating Bugle to the exchange editoras & TBCAX, Wholesale DI'uggl.ts.Toledo. quarter of section 18, township 21, Inclusive 12.80 round-trip, limited ten ,,''11 :
tonics. the exchange list of 0.WAr.DING. south 35" east 40 acres. One-half military "ii*
Price 50c. he looked over KISNAII 4: MABVIJT, Wholesale range ; days from date of sale. Pally for ;: '
the great metropolitan daily whose O.Hall's of this is excellent hammock land and companies and bands until Oat '
Druggists Toledo the other half Is muck land. It Is situated = ;
limit ten days
office he was visiting. Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, 2l1th. tl2.ol round-trip, ''I'J'{
-The Walton Rapid Calking Machine Yes?" observed the exchange editor acting directly upon the blood and mucous within three-quarters of .a mile of The Plant System Operates double dally \\mfim'smmom d ,* 1

Bo. one $5; No. two, $10; No. three $ib Interrogatively as he snipped out a couple surfaces of the system. Price 75c. MimI station and four miles north of trains and Is absolutely tbe only through I* set powerfaTly and niilrSljr. Cure* when sit' .' i
ntnavlllo Fla. Tltusvllle. A very desirable property. car line via Montgomery and Atlanta on others fsfi; VxCinanhwidi olyssafsxsffjaxsi d
of columns of reprint"Yea per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Road through the to. the TcunW.n'slain peen ,
property schedules.
and reliable
passes ;
make fun of ua for printing free. quick lltp 'tp
you station. Price $200.: account SeventhAnnual
To Nashville Tenn., W&and "
has painted .teacc \
'Farmer Green : a Ibeg .
such as Confederate Veterans s. ;
ANTED FAITHFUL MEN OR news Reunion ease., lffftu i>f Ml( fMMM V m sM fwlifliM.
travel his new barn' or 'Bob Jones has bought OS THE: ST., tl'CIB: BIVBH.: June 2Jnd: to 24th tickets sold June D.dia was 4e ow Insanity and eoMuinpllon. ,. 1"\i. "
women to for responsibleltabicshed TO THE.ADVOCATE COU- Uun'/I.1C INlmpusaaw. hI eI.uellb Oner.nw
house in FloridaSalary a new cow. Lot 4, section 32, township 37. south 10th, 20th and 21st rate from Jacksonville I. e r r .M le upbav- f '
780 and expenses. Position permanent "That's all right for yon.to print. It RESPONDENTS. range 41 east containing 77 acres* This $12.80: limit ten days from date of ina l arr rried- for 11.E .; '
readers.". sale. An extension ot ten days can be sus, or sal n.. r {,
Reference. self-addressed of mile-front on the
Enclose Interests your tract has a quarter a ,,r4e..s eke I
eS Sr
I "tamped envelope. The National Star "Of course It doe But what I was St. Lode River and lies a few hundred secured by depositing return ticket with oee S.M .

I iwurance Bldg., Chicago. going to say'is city fellers do a w.. writes often Ret along corr.epoudence the Eat C..t i from onr ot Tloddawhich comer.on. feet west of where tbe Florida East joint agent at Nashville not later than :

,- deal thethan, that, by goshgood I take the whole ADVOACTS .e tR Co .... Coast R'y crosses the river. It has a June 2Uth Doable dally trains with Sold by J. D. Bcrevsn, only, !
wouldn't think .nd w. do ami.. nice front and is excellent pineappleland. through oars via Plant SystemTo "
Yon print things we to paint few rule for ththerefelroguidance AI 10&0 Chattanooga Tenn., International
Price *35 per acre. We will not
was aeWL" low t Convention B. Y. P. U., tickets sold July I !
1. Write the name of your pontofflce and date cut thliliot. QiI1MM0i.
What? mailing thorn. 13th to 13tb Inclusive, one fare for !
"Well, give me your paper, and I'll on,your Number Items the before pares of your manuscript, but Apply or write to the round-trip from all points via Plant "iji'

rfWyon. There. Look there! 'Mrs. do 8 not number lbS lu>m.. Writ only on one ROBBINS *: Olt A HAM CO., System. From Jacksonville fl...$o. limited -
When you Palmer will be at home thIa aft- side of the paperand do not fail, to ale yourname to July 21st. An extension of re-

plant seeds, plant Potter you say other people will an act at of theclnw good faith.-no* for publication-. but a* Tltasvllle Fla.AGEjrrS turn limit to August 15th can be obtained ;,

I become BowaboVtthaH.MV'DADGffsi by depositing ticket with agentat ..
; .. Be very careful to ipell an names mrreotlyTandwrlM ,
letter plainly The printing Chattanooga prior to July 19th.
FERRYSAlways The Bugle, might say'that Squiredarned oVa mle-epelt every name In a paper la not. forgiven by -*25 to.'O per week easy. For further Information address ,TItAN MARK*;. 1'):

( had painted his barn but aome people You work right around home. A brand R. L. TODD 'C. If. HOWARD, OICIOMS.8BIENTIFIO ,.,;

if U would say that Squire Green was fon.-aad ai.101 too-_N C..lp. 01' opla-I new thing. Write to us quick ( You Dlr. P.... Agt, City Pass. Agt.. iOPVaICNT i.

best. at home. Ain't people supposed to Tlm-be at Be very careful. greet DoC to lanceA.II. write anything will be surprised at how easily It can be G. W. Jacksonville Ticket Agt., .1. ........a_Oeleb wh.tae eM drw191lea w / ._.._tae f: .tit.A.
home all the timer-Chicago will give offence to any 0_. Do DoC p.Jl oyonrenemleeatall I don*. Send us your address, anyway FlaF. ..I- xelMly I
lbrsal.- f odes you have eometnlng It will be to your Interest to investigate.. M. Jolly DIy Pass. Agt. Tampa, {yQe,t._ .sro. eledw.aa. i ia.1
Herald. .hlaatnonat. ,
0. H. FillY A CO.S'ltC kindly to say of theme Writ to-day. Address, "People's; II. O. Uaycraft,T. P. A.T3JTAMP ....... taa Ne e CtftlOlllll ... eo. .-"' 'I'
ONI.R FNS. .. Bend nayovrltemeoaTnesxIay or Wednesday 8041 Market St., Philadelphia Fa. :J J'et
paving TaA ,to gtve n*time to put them Into type AMERICAN. .
for her large f. pleas* remember howerer. not to ,
miner's wife, t U Aa"OOATII to __ --" '
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was always grumbling that she you would oorre.l.ondence be aaU-S CO sign your Sam.. Do DEED blanks lOc each; (3.00 per 100, at ?! 1rL: .. .....r.- vrJ.

I could family not keep them clean. One day not not mix send ea 1M 01'lamely I.any ofraur affairs' petty or troubles quarrels. which f do the ADVOCATE office. 1 _as ATe$::'''to.seAdd.e

returning from town with a shoal act cancers DGseldelllJ aril dO Dot ge I MUNN OO.Ul ...,.. 4
YOUR FORTUNE: Biddy was happening to &D\t1'7 when w. eondana year Items or Man ....4w.". Hew ..*-. 1, ,
neighbor OR
large tub A _of them eat entirely ae we have bee.coon- : HEX A 5ws111t
4iPI s lies :"l"'r": :' tee. sk/ her said, "Biddy. why have ;you coned CO do on oecasbu.Co do aU paella WANTED-I'AITDJ'UL. responsible IEALS ,
:: ............ ... ... meet sad for many 01 apeee. If we were to '
_l.: .Las MZaToL1LZ" .I..I_ f .! II bought such a large tab? I Jua'Jce."evwylblag kai/1.eat Co oar ...... for established house In Florida Salary want lnldealt' S ,
t "I'" I. I 11- -1';: "Sore and Its for mew 1 can tat p.rpww, we would OM be waiting nor .780 and expenses FositUa permanent.Reference. :: ST UL NIN '
taR.._ ) !- 'NA1 T.I!OC time Qi'mwa Urn*lit&Joe law eoartt ae defendant In libelenlte Enclose self-addressed
......"--- 'ra ___ ell eay I pat twO 1D at IWepln.8cottfab ." ; *o yon mnet l et ne nee omr indgmen lo envelop The Rational' Star IMF SOUTH I .m.ik '
"'" be stamped .Mi.
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o.iaaQSS.*.n:;. bID one the what to Si for the ADVOCATe or what
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-fINDIAH RIVER 'ADVOCATE. 4- cradle song will come back to 'ber & Summer Good

Iq : r' e V "s>ss s s"AWBHLT lips.for a, while-the Lct'her play first at'new being; bonnetor man PvogDaJI"lIIl0.: .ee : Spring

the flrstmew baby will drive all ,
0. 'Tra UW1AX azviR. LAar
WORTH AWT nee JTO.BATS' .CrTlO .. that nonsense out of her pretty
d bead. : Fourth'of July'Sports To Storekeepers Only :-


i i ANNEXATION OF HAWAII r. .. .. We now have a Complete Stock of the aboie-nann
h CHAS, H. WAMXW: fKditor&:Proprietor.MKHBIOR FLA.
'OFTHE There Is an old story of a Scotch Gocds at Low Prices.
t .
t FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, minister, who In common with a MONDAY:: : : :rarxssr:: :: s; ::1.897. I Mosquito, Nets, on frames and in the piece fine meshes; \ nottli

good many of his countrymen, bada cloth' Cotton Crashes for Suits; Straw hats; -Wash CottoOade/; Sum
I ''k ,, A"FILU.TBD"'WlTIt TUB way of Inserting the personal Fack.ry. up.Maln'lItreet. i Screen LawnsWash; } goods, White goods Ducks, etc. We keep everything usually DI

f National Editorial Aisoniation pronoun in places where it was not GUN Sn0OT-10:00. a. m. CommitteeeK.. W. RhOdes, D. B. Pritchard'and L. A. demand* are prompt In shipments and aim to give best value for the mon

altogether necessary ; and who, Brady. """
d Check eta,may be made payable. to CHABHts, : when preaching from the text that First match. 10 blue rocks, entrance $1.00. 'BENEDICT. POLLAK & CO.,
( { H. WAHOX,publisher-mod proprietor, Second match, 7 blue rocks entrance 60c. I
the devil members
1 likens to roaring
a of six
ir Third match team shooting consisting> 32 34 &. 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville F
( introducing his subject'somewbat ,' of organized gun club In State, 10 blue rock per
1 w Discontinuance of,"na; must be made per. discourse any 5.00 added money. -,--
aa follows' : "Brethren, my' man entrance. $6.004; $ --
9 onally at tfcls-olrioe,(w'by Vrttlng be divided \into four ':' .Fourth: match, 10 blue rocks, entrance 100.
may Fifth match, 6 blue rocks, entrance 60o. p E. MCMORRAY Carrla sadWagon
who the devil
to ,
parts firstly a
; entrance 60o.
Addrass all oommniMeatlon tot Sixth match 7 blue rooks
he was; secondly who the. devil ,:.V, All moneys divided In 50, 30 and 20 per cent. For gun & .

INDIAN 1UTKR ADVOCATE, he wished to devour; thirdly, why ,,' ': ,, malting best average for the day, one hunting coat; for _
: '
TioriLtB' FLOBIDA. the devil'be was wandering about; ,. second best one pair shoes; for poorest average' one hat. BAKER Material

+4 -. -- and what the devil he BOAT RACE-11:30 a. M)>. .Start from near City Wharf. and'Nine ,
Committee-George Brlttain, Henry TL Dreyer Dealers In,
was roaring at." In the same way .
TnE ADVOCATE Fie under obligations E. B. Wa er.
to Senator Pasco! for two we might say of Hawaii ; firstly, ,* mile triangular Time allowance course, seven open< to seconds fish boats to the carryIng foot.- Dump Cart', Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts, etc.,et

i 'J' bound volumes'of""Tariff Hearings i where Hawaii it ia; secondly, why K Entries lug sails.to be made to Geoi>;Brittaln by the 3rd of J uly. Main and Church Sts., .- JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Hawaii should it be annexed ;
before the Committee on Ways and Entrance fee 100.
'Means '1S9G--9T." thirdly, what Hawaii do, we wantit PHIZ**:-For! best corrected time, $12.00; For secondbest

fir' -- for; and fourthly, what Hawaii ";. ,. corrected time, $8.00;' For third best corrected The NewSelden
f should we d. with it when we've '. time '$5.00. .
LONG sermons'hot weather and BARBECUE-12 noom At end of City Wharf.
got it. It would be a good thing CV Bauknight and A. J.
F. A. Losley,
mosquitoes, are tins. things ,to keep for Hawaii to be' taken under the Carter.Committee The-barbecued meats and relishes, etc., will Door

t people away from church. "The protective wing 'of tbe American be served on the wharf extension leading from city dockto / Cypress' Company}

in .
to -congregations
way get Eagle, even though ex-queen Liliankalina railroad wharf.
l ? .our churebea during. the summer (delightful name)' ob- BASE BALL-1:30 p. .M. sharp. Take place on the Becker property, near IndianRiver !
i months is shorten the service Band rooms.'CommitteeE. PSLATIKIl. PJ.a.: :
to ,
tbe and and C. R.
jects to proceeding pathetIcally L. Brady, }{. Stanley Jones
giving twenty minutes at ,the most protests in'tbe interests of Stewart. Titusville nine vs: Melbourne club. Opened October 1st, 1890'(, turned .the steam on to
for the sermonsaid; a minister to but It will "AMUSEMENTS to 430. Close to Indian River Bank and INDIAN RIVERADvocsrz
her still loyal subjects; ,
Door Sash
of the Largest Equipped
blocks.Committee One
; ; ,r4 .ua recently.: prove an incnbus to this ,country ; i v i In charge-W. M. Brown, Chas. H. Walton ,,
it will lead ta expenditure and possible and J. R. Walker. Plants in the United States.
}; Fon the benefit of a 'fair critic trouble,.which''it were Just as One mile foot race, first prize, *5.00; second prize General Wood Working

who complained.that'' our :remarks well to avo4! and the effects of .'"., ., 200. High Jump first prize $2.00; second prize $1.00. (covering a past experience of elg l
100 yards, rst'plize, $1.00; second And with experienced
Three-lagged race
1 ,.t" on lynching/ Which appeared' in this ,new policy may be far-reach r,, '.' prize, GOcts. Rooster In tree, prize, rooster. One hundred years in Cypress) the patrons of our'company may confidently expect.,tbe be
: ''last week1. IS8ue, -cont lned no expression ing and even hurtful to'an' extenttrhat I :,; yards dash, prize 500./ Tug of war by eight of possible material) and workmanship at our hands. Our production will con.

of opinion on 'the subject would surprise the .promoters .'V.- Titus vllle against eight of the county, prize $4.00. Doors Sash, Blinds, Mouldings\ Frames, Hot-house Materials Tanks Glatw, et

rt : ,, whatever, ',we respectfullysubmit of the annexation of the island. MILITARY,PRIZE DRILL-8 p. m. On Washington, avenue. By members of .
the following.; .Lynching is a disgrace "',?,! "" the Indian River Guards, In command of Capt. Arthur '
T. Feaster. Prize, geld medal.
{ to civilization,+and ,is a ,distinct -
THE 'JUBILEE OF QUEEN BICYCLE,RACES-1:30 p. n. On Washington avenue. MIAMI !
1 r proof that our laws are either Committee In charge-Roswell Coleman, S. D.. Geiger *
f inadequate to meet all emergencies, )' VICTORIA.' and P. G. Walton. Eleven events as follows: ,
'! One mile novice 1st prize, lambs wool sweater; 42.50;
or are' _'. __. ', 2nd prize one pair bicycle shoes, $1.75; 3rd prize M.
This week witnessed what has fc W. foot pump. Town Lots Now: Sale
V THE: e aeat4onal.vdlthe'of'' newspapers probably been' the'' most Imposing Five mile match race, Brown-Hatch; prize bicycle on
more'con.. .
been :
has never ceremony ever known, commemorating i suit, $10.00. '
spiouously shewn than;.during the I. the longest, most' 'wonderful Vr i Half-mile boy's,'(under 10 years)-1st prize Stanley .

I past year -or'two, when .important reign in tbe whole realm of history. cap One,,$1.00 mile; 2nd open prize, (time-limit bleycle 3 bell mln., 60o.)-1st prize Hygi.a A..E KINGSLEY
d + 'd scientific discoveries have crowded When we l look ,back to 1837, the enlo saddle $3.0; 2nd prize Standard Midget Cyclometer ,

Jt; ?r so thickly upon one another. There year that Victoria-by be.grace $1.60; 3rd prize pair bicycle hose $1.00.
Is no reader.of a good paper 1 nowadays of God Queen! of Great Britain and i I One mile married'men's, (fat and leaQ, over watermelon 100-lbs. Mrs. Juli'a'D. Tuttle
l" and under 125/ -lbs. respectively)-1st prize
;; ,wto is. sot thoroughlypost; Ireland and Empress'of India-aa i. frozen in cake of Ice; 2nd prize, (to first man in of op-

hdr, ed as,to :all, .scientific discoveries, .tended the throne of her fathers, posits weight), two bottles Pabst Malt Extract: Booby CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY"In
.c { .4a so far as these discoveries can be and follow tbe course of time to < prize for fat man, humming top; Booby prize for lean '

qtr made known without technical the present year, noting the progress man, one dozen marbles '. all parts of the Town. Carefully Selected
The Information .Three mile match race, Wfklnaon-Vanlnndingham, :
And explanation
) study that has taken place in every bicycle suit, 760. '
prize "
', imparted >|'n this way department of science and art, it One mile youths (under 10 years)-1st prize, Globe Fruit: and Vegetable Lands onMiami

7 .," has not only been yaluble'for. In- seems almost Impossible that one 'vapor lamp $2.50; / ; 2nd prize, golf cap, $1.00. River and Bay :EJiscnyne
(w'' ';t formation's '-sate and In keeping sovereign should have lived and Half-mile ladles-1st prize, Safety Poise Cycle seat,
., $5.00 2nd parcel carrier 160. Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.
readers thoroughly up'to.date, but ; prize B3T" Correspondence :
h ruled through it all-seen 'It all .
Half-mile daub-1st prize pair bicycle' hose $3.00;
it .constantly stimulates inquiry and been part of It all. The reignof 2nd prize, bicycle belt$1.00; 3rd prize pair toe-clips, 50o Main Dice, Hotel MiamiMIAMI, FLORID!.

and' intellectual activity in their Victoria bae been blessed by the \... '. Slow Race ((100 yards)-prize, bicycle shoes $1.76. .
4I minds.. loyalty of her people; and it needsonly Five Mile Handicap 1st prize, pair 'M. & W. tires
.1;i S $10.00: 2nd prize, Detachable bicycle stand, 3.00; 3rd.prize ED .. ILAJNEB. K. 8. HALVES
such celebrations aa the one bicycle watch $3.00. .
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' ++ WE are to learn that the that.has Just taken place to remind BIQYCLE PARADE-7.30 p. m. Start from Indian River Bank building For I II ::IN'"ES :7 R0'PXX..I.t.J-C..S:; ,

r streets of Titusvllle will shortly be I the world that, though there may the best and most appropriately decorated and Illuminated -

,repaired and the ruts fil1'ed.lo that be among her subjects some 'who wheels, the following prizes will .be given. : 1st MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS
prize, $2.50; 2nd prize, $1.60; 3rd prize, 100.
{ e they will be' in good shape 'by'July hate tbe very name of queen, still A GRAND BALL-In the Opera House. Will be given under the auspices of the

4 4 Bth.; This wltl,be good news to all their number Is.insignificant com Indian River Band. Agents' for the Gas Engine and Power Company.

our citizens, and especially lo bi to whom she is an COMMITTEE ON RECEPTION-Dr. B. R. Wilson, R. C. Scrimgeour'Geo. M. made eeoordinglr.
3' Repair parts for their Motor In stock. Old parts exchanged for new,and allowance
+ :cycle,riders, to ,whom the deep rut's honored, revered and deeply 'loved Robbing, J. O. Walton, T. T. Wetmore. Our Specialties i-Installing,Complete,Isolated;Lighting and Pumping Plant for
1 r We 'the GRAND DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS-Under the charge -of the committee on domestid lisa operated by gas, gasoline steam or water. Can get the greatest power from arttsUo!
were becoming dangerous. ruler throughout civilized amusements; the display will be made at 7:30 p. m. well.for running small machinery for all kind. of -xepairfutr-ou.,Gasoline,Naphtt
"I t would again suggest the desirability .. countries*of the' world ;t. honoredfor MUSIC FOR THE DAY-Will !be furnlshed by Indian River Band, under the lead- pump.Kerosene.to be Vapor used Homir for any and purpose.Steam Injectors Engines., Electors Scales,all and makes Syphons.and capacities.Typewriters' All all builds mat**

i' of a bicycle tax as these repairs the use she has made of her ersnip 01 JTOI. xounes. i Steam Vacuum Water and Ammonia u ,' v' will benefit the, riders. ,. more lofty position, revered for her EXCURSION RATES:-The J., T. A K. W. Railway will sell Round-trip dlal'l'tob. Construction and repair 1 ot intricate machinery .peelalt Our equipments ....and d
pure the latest kind. Give share of with workmanship
tickets from any place over their line at One Fare for the Round Trip, good from us a your work,and, yon wlU be pleased our
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members of the life loved chargetl.
') than any other and spotless and for her and to 7th of July. .

), M community. The proprietor of -the devotion to her subject. The F. E.C. Railway offers the following ezourson rates,good to return July: Office and Works: Foot of Liberty St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '

Anvoc TBOWDI, a bicycle and 'he Like less 'exalted mortals, sorrows Dayton, _, .-. .-,..:; . ,i.r$133 Eatt'Mims, .,. .. ..r..r..I 15Pritphard
is'willlng to have It taxed for the bereavements and sore trials Blake .. .',..r .. .'. .? 1 25 . \ . ... . . 15
benefit of good roads. Let' our have been hers and she has had Port Orange . .% .. ... .w. ._ 120 Hardeevllle .. . ... ...j 35
:;. Savage. .'. .... .'" ..,.. '. . ." .'. 115 Faustina. r. . ,.... 40 CHAS. N. WELSHANS,
Town Council take action without her mode of happiness also; but Spruce Creekr..t..r ... .. 1 OS City Point . .. .., "r.r.t.. . . 45;
' ; 'further delay.. through all the chances and Turnbull Bay. .. .;. ..:,, .... 1 00 Cocoa. ... . .,. ... ,. .. 55 / i.
..T''' ._.. _., changes that have beset her earth New Smyrna.:. . ... . 00 . .... . .,.. 85
ly career,'she has never forgotten Orange City. .. ... ....., 1 70 Coquina. . . . . ... ., 70 CEMENT, BRICK, LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR; PLASTER;,
'THE equanimity of Lady Seatotfa Lake Helen . ..., .. .'.i. >., .r 155/ Bonaventure ... . ..,. .. 75 ,
'' lather Sir Francis F. E. Drake, of, ,that she is queen of a great nation, Hawks .Park;. . .. ..,... .,. 83 Pineda ..,'.. .. .... ... . . 85
i : nor failed to do her duty towards Ilucomer..r..r..r.r.... ,'.:i. v. 75 Eau Gallie.rr. . .. r. .... 110 -n HAIR ,AND .LATH **
> r Buckland Abbey and Nut well,Eng.,* her subjects. As queen, wife, Oak Hill ... r. .r. ... ,,'" /65 Sarno . . . .. .r..r no
?}.: alas probably not been-very much mother she has set an example Lyrata.. .. .., .. . r :V... . 3.V Melbourne ... . .. . . ... j 20 State
'g disturbed by the possible claim East Aurantla .. .. .-. .,. .r. 30 Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils.Old .
.such aa few', if.any, of her predecessors
i'1;" rUpon his purse to the trifling ex.I Street,
1 'Phone 8. ;
even. attempted, and her )0') ( 13 Hogan
I 'I 1 P tent of "forty,millions money; reign will down to history not
I I" which onslaught, according sen- go and SAVE MONEY And Buy From *4t'jt'4t JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.. .
only as the longest moat progressive
j ,. i'., : e national paragraphs in the papers, but what is much more to

; : ,.' ",has now been determined upon byitbe be desired, the purest and most ::r eAM.i 11.7 :13. ::e'oireS. : :: '

\ j i' Drake Association, of Newcastle perfect that ever graced its pages. DR. C. F. HOUSTON ,
America The members of
t ; \ this Association, who held Her long, useful, honored reign Grain Feed Garden Seeds Flour Grits
recently Hay
DmNT: :
. d' 4 formulate for must of necessity soon be at an : AL .A.a.x..oa.s.: :
.t -aiineeting, to plans
( end, but the memory of it, the good I .
j tbo recovery of the property and it baa accomplished, tbe lessons it Meal and Cotton Seed Meal Established 1834. )o( Cor. Bay and Laura Sts., over Mrs. Keene'm-
t the which ,
f mense profit., they.ha'veassessed. ,
baa taught, will live through all

tJ.j '. ,at ($200,000,000 declarethemselves time-a lesson to the world and an Agent for Gray Mineral\ .A..b.-kills all kinds of insects;; harmless to man'or JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.For .
a to be the. decendentsofR
: a certain, John Drake; to whose. example to rulers of all nations. beast. Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations. For the next 30 days prIces will be ae 'follows: Gold Fillings, $1.b0/ to Wbtan
;, ; .heirs- that is to to themselves Office:' 1J4 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. < { 6Oc. to i1.A"07; FllllnK$ $1 to $1.50; Plates, $S to $3; full ear
1 say' --- --- ----------- very ), *U to $10. Extracting free, by a painless method where plates i art
1, ;* everjtblnj left by the' great Ad- SEND'TOUR VEGETABLES and fruit ------- \ ---'------ made. Firet-claes operators 'and polite "tendants. ,Gold ani Continuous Gum

l 'rr mlral Sir Francis Drake should to E. B. Williams'A' Co., wholesalefruit Setl of Teeth made and repaired. '
L have. reverted in 1740. and produce merchant, 63 South E. B. Williams &: Go.. ,
.. Broad street, Atlanta, Oa. See their
adrt. on page 4.Subscriptions. U. S. Department of Agriculture I Pineapple, Orange and Lemo
'I Tall "new Woman" is simply .Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants. Weather Bureau .
: a -- ,,, -Jupiter, Fla. Land For Sale, Cheap.I
pa..lnsfasbba, to be considered g?- taken for'the Ar> -
f :along with balloon sleeves and.EUfeltower VOOATB at the real estate office of Goode ,65 South Broad -St., ATLA'NTA. CA.Foa.clgu The of following 18 a comparative statement have for sale 80 acres of pine ppl.
\ : hats and other A Goode. temperature and rainfall for the below
'J monstrosities. at feminine daring faney. i : and. IDomestlo UVuits.> week ending Tuesday, May 25, 1897. land on St. Lucie river,* few mUe northes|
-1897- being
-180tf Eden 40 of which
hY 'Womala'.wm.be wife mother, sweet 1 1.ATK. MAX. MIX. sectlo
WANTED VEGETABLES: !: TRVITS 16 MIX quarter of northeast quarter
a heart; wbile'the earth remaineth; to travel for responsible 83 79 84 73 41 out;
String Bean. .:: Oranges, 17 87 76 18, township 38, south of range
established house In Florida. ; 84
and she ;.will be a. woman-loving, Salary Cauliflower.OkraCelery.. ",1( *. Bananas 18 811 '76 72: the other '40 Is the northeast quartetof
and beloved '' willful but $73O and expenses. Position perman ** 19 84 73 of section *
;! lovely ; ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed "_'' ; Grape Fruit 90 78 84 southeast quarter .
S 4r : perverse, but dependent Cucumbers Lemons 20 74 township 38, south of range-41 east
clinging; ; .tamped envelope. The National, Star \1''i p':" 77 84 76
j : (a. fountain of 'miseries' and a Joy Insurance Bldg., Chicago. Tomatoes. t ,':5q' Limes, 1 31 93 71 84 78 The above land can be boughttaforpk

e! forever. However much she may Beefy Cabbage .'.J.,1., I; Peaches, :\w ,. 23 93o.j 72 85 77 per acre. It la suitable .
Squash, w' 'j Total orange, lemon or lime growing.
a '
; : f or
t love to imagine what'she would do (0 New Potatoes, .;,; \'4' Strawberries. \ Departure rainfall' the week: 1..62 Inches Will be sold la.lota of 40 acres, II
';.tfshe were a 'nan.V.we; know that All oommunlcktlona for this paper Egg Plant '.. ,. -}). Grapes, j week: minus 0.08 normal rainfalls for the cash. This land will soon be worth ""
,Y tlrs her foot should be addressed "Tax ADVOCATE, apanlC1l.. 'J'"i ,I '. Cocoaauts.RCnOUCrOEa from Departure per acre.' <
'. < the moment the baby normal rainfall ADVOCAt
.. rocker and the TUusvUto, Fla. This will Insure. Im1 : >- *.....KaUowa Bank.AtU t. Wu Asa..Johnson Cud? Kfr.. Atlanta plus 16.30 inches.J. January 1, Apply to C. H.. Walton, \ '
'd T! \ ', ,?. n go I back to tbe* ', i. '/1I' ,* 1 mediate attention. .I G"I Aruour raakinc.CB,.........Oa., J Qt X.Taylor'w...Duncan*60.,AIIlaa'va.? W. CBOK, Obserrer. vllle office;or to. Bobbins 4 Graham --....
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1 Saturday couple wE'.11'61,1., of and!months Sunday.*'' for hereafter his home spending In Boston Faimer a,,1 FFRT L IZER'S. D / JtJ J\, \

Symmes.. 1r Ig,11I s ''. ''
J. G. But, of Titusville, was a pleasant '
visitor to our little burg last }Friday

and Saturday. iEiCTFS ,
T. 8. C. T:: Harper.and T. J.

Harper sail deup to Tltusvllle last Sunday ...... :. ;'I i
in the Perl, returning home Mon .... -- : ')/,

evening. They report a very pleasant 14 1

NGP tiip W.: zrs.eapple: o< .' G'ro-crJ-l'c.rs- : : ,; r

When in want of any kind of building r.l .
material, in oar loads or otherwise the : ) ,
N Builders' Supply Co., at St. Augustine \ .4.11 ,8round: For-tl.1:1.mor.: : ,o i
: and! to '
deliveredprice ; Before buying the following Materials' be sure apply : ( b
will be pleased to make you a d i : Price $25.OO.GUARANTEED ids r : .i \ J Ji

at your station. You have no will to can save money., ., .e
agent's or middleman's commission to ANALYSIS: us for prices and we prove :you we you : ) 1 I'

POWDER pay i Moifttura'............,,........ ....... .. .;...... .... ...... ... 6 a e STEAMED BONE., RAW BONE. : III :,,', ,
' Ammonia :: 'a.v...... ...., .... .. :::.. .. .:;, '
'Absolutely Pure.i H Equal!: to fluiphetaofemmoui.:,. ;; ,..... "....:;.;:........... 20 Wen BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE, .
Banyan. Available PhoHnhorlo AolU ... .,...... ..:...... .. ........,.,.,. 5 to a ,
1M term* lesvening.trenath : l'lllalto!: ollel.h""pbateol .Lime.:...........*....;:........ ..... ........ ..... It to 13 DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA. '
i ..... "nure the food mc ln toommou l'ut..bK.I: 0. .. .. .. \.t.\\,.......... .. .5........'.'., II to e } 1
Ibtuln. 01 adultAlratlon to !: A ie Potiuih'J::,".".. .:'il...T., ;,. ?... ....,.....\....." ". 9toi0 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS, E-I *
L all torml D. R. Snell was in this vicinity Tuesday MngneelaLimeawla, eto ....... ......a./-jf,.. .... .. ......... ...... U/ to eo. HARDWOOD ASHES :{:
brands I to business matters. I TOBACCO DUST COTTON SEED MEAL, :
Cl BAKING POWDER CO.,.Jfew York.: attending some \ E9- Write for Special i Pamphlet t: ,
R. C. Creech has some fine.tobacco t..au COTTON SEED HULL ASHES KAINIT AND POTASHES.t ;, : ,
growing from seed given him by Dr. De !B5T Special Mixtures compounded;,with machinery at very low ...

Wilt Webb of St. Augustine I .X \,' '
H prices.
Beach. '
/est Palm Mr. Newelle expects 'to clear about }X .; ; ;

four acres of his valuable track of lund Please Correspond:..-with us before beh\g induced to buy from Dealers. Send for i. !:

L the grand Fourth of Julyitlonatlitusville. In Banyan for pineapples and vegetables : r-t \'. :
forgot In the near future. hi: Pamphlet. 4':*." '
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Ip. Anthony G. O. Strohm and C. Several of our citizens will attend the LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER '& PHOSPHATE CO. 'l''

expect to leave here on the 5th Fourth of July celebration at Titusvllla, ,
her on Monday the 5th, particulars of which t '
frliit to Georgia.I.K. are published in the ADVOCATE. J"euclcson.TrIll IFloxidsi.plenty : i } ...
Dltnlck has returned after J
H. :.
t visit to her Rookledge; home. Jake Field's house is almost complet ," .. ..1. }
.,,1 attractive "
It presents an appeariante.
f.look more contented now.J. W* ': \T' } I!
Jake:does notokUke a man t
I .C. Stokes Is still hard at work who would keep bachelor's hall. of amusements of various kindsto ing order again and started up for the. "
I launch and we hope to soon nee suit every body. Let all attend and first time Tuesday. G. G. SPRINGER :i"i:
Is still the orderof
of his labors.JjlMetcalf Shipping pineapples The ia cordially ,
joy the fruits have a good time.' public W. A. Martin has returned from up
the day. Growers are not complaining -
editor of the Tropical with the returns so far. Mrs., B. J. invited. the river, where he has been for the Insttwo 1 / :

returned home last Friday night, Stewart is visiting; friends in 'Banyan months. Manufacturer[ Retailer and Shipper Of ------ ''ii'i./; 1

Jjl ending a week in the metropolis. this, week. Melbourne. S. Davis and wife have returned from .

I and Mrs. W. C. Day left Tuesday We are all anxious to see the steamerSt. :...-- Woodley, where they have been spending : : '

log,for a trip, Mr.' Day going to Augustine on Indian River again. GOODE & GOODE.-Real Estate and i >an.and. part of tho summer. E: ..'
for JKttat, London and Liverpool IC I ::: AND
a and hi. wife to South Carolina. According to report In the ADVOCATE Globe and Imperial l Fire Inmiranre. Special. The following are some of the newarrlva'a ."
R. B. Ratcliffe 'Is the only cool she will arrive at Tltusvllle on Tuesday attention paid to the Interests oC nou reai. In town: Chas. Parks and wife .- 14 i
In these days and we only ac- Wednesday.. We wish her every suc deuta. II. B. Howard, J. Howard D. Herring \:4i \

l town that by the fact of him keep- cess FLA. S. A. Park, A. Pollock Larry Waters .
limself for on Ice. HOTEL Beautifully CARLETON Bltnttted, MELBOURNE on a high bluff. over. and A. J. Collins Water .i'f-'f jl j\

Sebastian. looking the Indian River. First-claea accommodations .i :, jDistilled
Wm: Lalohart purchased a Crawlady's ,and rates reAsonahle.
|l bicycle of Mr. M. E. Gruber F. ROHKUTSON: Proprietor. port Pierce. and Water Coolers. : }
Ice Chests Freezers
In wife who we soon expect to see S. S. Jacobs, of Jacksonville. was Refrigerators, $ : i
in town. MELBOURNE oaH at the Lots forward ,;
e army of cyclists our WHEN YOU GO TO of pineapples are going 'I
here Wednesday. Bazaar, Mrs. Ctuu .J. F. Campbell A Co., Millinery ,' FACTORIES.....,. ', J .\ ) J
|.6. W. Herndon who has been to friendsat Notion., Dry Good, Lad lei' ready now. ,
la visiting .
Miss Braddock '
back Ada made and woven Underwear, Ferrln' Renowned Mrs; St. Cocoa and West Palm Beach.SEEDS (, \
me,on a. vacation, is expected has been Hawks Park this week. Cornet,etc.,embroidery and colored silk*, C. Campbell left for Augustine :; i 1
gek. Mr. M. E. Gruber Bouvenlr spoon*,Stationery,etc. Monday.
In biB place as telegraph; operator Mr. John Harris left on the excursion ,
; continued rains making'sheets
i I bis ab ence. train Tuesday for a month's visit in Ua. Subscriptions taken for the ADVOCATEat quite The numerous. are PS.'t;; :

Wm. Helm is very busy gettingr Mr. W. E. Stephens traveling here Monday.auditorfor the real estate office of Goode & Mr. Hood loft for his summer outingon FOR SUMMER R : : 1'

etc., ready for putting a new the F. E. C. Ry. was Goode. Tuesday's train. .

|h m l Is In on Prof.the C. ways D. Cory's at West house-boat Jupiter, Mr. Sam Boone, foreman spent Sunday of the F.here.Major E.. Mr. Uittmar of Fort Pierce was In Mr. and Mrs. Julius Tyler made.a flying Millet Pearl or Caltaot. . . . . . . . .2 ots per lb., pout paid '' t

olng; thorough repairs. C-, Ry. bridge gang, town last Monday. trip up the river Monday.We German. :. . . . . . . . . aOoU ". ". r I :'i.1'IJMillet :: ,; r,

here Lovett with the C. B.Rogers Co., Chas Campbell is having his lot on had heavy hail-storm here on Amber Cane. . . . . . . . . . .2 otll. U "' t l
ball is all the rage at present.andy was in town calling on our 'merchants New Haven avenue graded. a accompanied with Kaffir Corn, (white or red I), . . . .'. . ". ... .aoots .". \ I ; ,I '
I boys have games on Tuesday Tuesday.Mr. of Tuesday afternoon Jerusalem Corn, . . . . . . ... . .afloU '" 1\ .
of each week. A match game John McAllister and J. A. Gilbert lots of rain. . . . . .,,'jncU: II It .. \\1': ;'" t
has charge Sorghum. . . . . . ., \ ; ;
Boynton, on the 3rd, at: this place, C. V. Sherwoodnow the Sebastian Eau Gallle, were In town last Tuesday. Mr. Alex Hogg has gone down to Sunflower. . ... ,20cts per quart. .\. ., ) ,
rly looked forward to by the team. of the Mallory place on R.,W. Goode Is having his lot where Waveland for a few weeks. Cow peas, Whlpporwtll, Clay.Red, Ledyfingors. Wonderful and Conot. Send :. I' t '

kin F. Carry our'deputy Customs river. his real estate office stands, filled in with Mrs. Payne of Jacksonville arrived for prices. Full stock of Reliable /Seeds: always on land. ,.',. ;\\\qr; I
Er, rode the K. of P. goat in the 3rd Capt. R. A. Hardee has been planting for good rich soil. Tuesday, on visit to her people here.Miss L. CAMERON, Seedsman i ,\' ;\

last Friday night. Curry had Ited a quite a number of.cabbage trees Oeo.'O' ; Gleason 'and little daughter Ella Hanklns and her father left 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '.: ,t;. (

i cow boy's saddle with him, but .windbreak purposes.We Gallle, were visiting friends in .. .._._.... ._._ \.
him nothing. Ask Curry about of discontent of Eau : Tuesday for Jasper on a short vacation. -.----- -... .'-- __, .._---', -- --- ------------ -
hear a murmur this week. '
icking billy. Sebastianites on account of the Parson Gove will pi'each at the Baptist
has among offered at Tltusville. Our A. J. Goode left here on last Tue.day's church at this place next Sunday All Co if ,l
f.Charles B. Cory, of Boston small prizes favorite, the train on business trip to Jensen The Jacksonville Fertilizer : .
Biased two fine young bears, caught people wanted to see their and other points south. are oordlallrlnvlted. \,
Eharlea Criffls, of Tltusvllle. They Naiad entered.An This town lost one; of Its old citizens ',
last i
Inovr In charge of Mr. Wm. Helm Epworth League Solety was formed The Y. P. Club were entertained Misses Nicholson last week in the death of Mr. A. Hen- ... :ID. SUDx..O Q.on.1 :a5Aua.or.: ;N;;"J'
the ',
Is of Boston'sfluent as Tuesday evening by weeks Illness. He was r '
enor Cory-who one with Mr.! Quinn Gibson dry, after a few :' W
here lately A SUDLOW.) 0
and wealthy,'residents-saw Mrs. Murry Hall,. 1st vice- at their home. I! nearly eighty The bereaved (LATE : ;

are were advertised for sale In the president president;; Mrs E. Foster, 2nd vice- Capt. Schoonmaker, Cocoa's new postmaster ones have our heartfelt sympathy South Jacksonville Florida. .. f
i paper of the East Coast" andheed Mrs. Jas. A. Groves, 3rd vice- was In town last week on business t
president; = .
I them. Lawson, treasurer; Mr. Hammond. MANUFACTURER OF ;
Kate by
Miss accompanied --
president; ,
Beat Ink,, :
Miss Gertrude Hardesty secretary. Mr. Frank Robertson, mine host of ) and : !
the New ill for a few For Pineapples Oranges
from \
the following I Hotel Carleton, who was FERTILIZERS
Ormond. .York'We Herald copy : Nassau, N. P.--Schooner days is now well again, and as busy aa Black or. red, one pint postpaid 10 ,
Tortugas Capt. McFadden, from is at Green Roseland, Fla. Dealers in Kind of Raw Material l r {t
'.C. C. Chapman, one of the first sonville for Abaco and Nassau, repairs, ever.The ladles of the Congregational Vegetables) and Every ,

-m of Ormond, In 1878, died at Or1,5 Turtle Cay, Abaco, undergoing In church a pineapple and Ice cream Also '
weather gave GIVEN Kanit Etc. 4
encountered severe TOBACCO SEED TO Meal Tobacco Dust .
Tuesday Seed
p. m., Monday June 21. having a leak and jetti- fete at the. parsonage last who will plant It Cotton ?I;; t
the Gulf. She sprung Away to any person 4 ." I,
k. and Mrs. geeman are on deck, and soned deck load of lumber. A small evening.Mrs. In Brevard county. Call at the ADVOCATE Tho :J1'AZD.Cna.8: :EEardO- :3rasxd: 'r

N the Coquina, on the beach, portion of provisions sustained damage Thomas Chaffee and son, Wm. office, Titusvllle, and get some. Ammonia .. .. ... .. . '.' ,4 to S per cent i ,; I.; \ ''p
Tuesday, the 22nd. ,We met }lrs.an and the other portion was transferee to Chaffee, left here last Wednesday, for.a Or, send stamp to pay postage. Available Pbos. Acid.. .. . . .6 to 8 per cent J Bar $28.OO Per, '' Tease:. ('. ."!''t'y\ '

on the Ormond bridge, InterIng the'schooner Battle U. Roberts(British of) trip to Brooklyn, N. Y., and other ------ Potash K O. . : . . . .0 to 7 percent ) t ,'/,\\v[. *
[ the Halifax river fish. to this port. The cargo north. br.nd.ln the last Bulletin. Write for -,
and brought points Commercial Value given onr i
'. the Tortugas consisted of lumber and Julius Tyler, of the Fort J. S. JOHNSON CO. Highest for :2 tons and upwards for our brands will be delivered free .f all. t\\: tol }
Wm. Fagln, the poet, farmer, OPraiser Capt. McKadden i. the Mr. and Mrs. to Prices. Orders Coast at catalogue prices until, I, ),.
visitors the East
| and in partnership with his previsions. schooner Queen which Pleroe hotel, were pleasant freight charges to any railroad depot on j {
Uursery raiser, expects to start for ,owner of the Indian River and Nassau. our town last Monday. They were the )HanoiMtmm of further notice. r I, V
plies between Hotel Carleton while here. 1 1dAl"'
Pleasant House about July 4. :Mr. guests of '

IDeCoarsey, the hero of the wreck )Mrs. L. C. :Moore, of Inn .....Fishing Supplies.... ., .""1'
Nathan Mr. building
Cobb, will accompany lumber andother has been spending

la to the Mt. Pleasant. Billle will Buy direct from the Builders' lumber-SupplyCo. Roseland with, her parents Mr. and, Mrs. ..... .. ... ..............'... ... .. S. Morse << : '!:
long his the .' ; t
leather coat. and week. Fred'k. .
[ save the ; . :
., St. Augustine John Goode, past .. .........,. .'.' '.'' ... ..... ....., .xx :
. .
commission. ., : ; .,
r. Arthur man's in . . . '
R. Beed of Hampton yard Melbourne will be well represented ... .............. . . ( }\
head the firm of Beed Bros. bankers July Fourth If the steamerSt.
ol the firm of Beed, Knox Malabar. makes an excursion trip Rope :' 'X'EJ:: : < :,&I +
i of Mound Grove; near Ormond, : this point, as now reported. Quite Cotton and Linen Netting; Fishing REAr: :E1s.t ,
from Etc.
AM1 Corks Leads Twines, :
lied in take the '
upon us last week to a intend taxing
land feast his ; on: the beautiful here "number of our people the Titusville people Tackle of every Description; 1100b.LID. Dado OO. .P'LOILXX .a: : '\ ': ''r- h s
prance of the eyes two-acre grove he is 'J. F. Chase of Bay View, was will trip.do We all ID know their power to make it very. .', Rods, Reels, Sinkers, Baits, etc.CT A.1ItIX. .\ ; rw

ated 10. The this i. es- Saturday. who "- TARPON TACKLE A .PZ 'ALTY. ;
crop year for those go. : 1
.lid! at 1,000 boxes (two years since Miss Henrietta Starck returned from pleasant the Misses' ,Md. AGENT FOR J1JNDS; OF -- ." ., ,
been Baltimore, '
she had Thursday night E I"
freeze), but next year, look out 1 A Jensen, Saturday where. Last Metcalf while r. ; 1
Weeks after the freeze, two years visiting.\ Maude Powell and May East Melbourne, Florida East Coast Railway Company r'0 I t
I there Is no doubt but that in a walk: Howell preached one of his walking on the beach at of the ocean. Florida Coast Line Canal 4: Transportation Company, \r '
L. out
ten have minutes seen 24,000 at Mound boxes'of Grove oranges yon usual Rev.good;C. sermons to a full house Sunday They 8I\wa went turtle to come the up turtle returned and turned to the It NEW YORK Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land. Company, .. '. .',",'.",'y 11'

K on the ground rotting, and such morning. to Mel over, and then the girls; to tie her to two --. .- ..- ---_._. -..-.--."--- --- '. ". ,.
returned to a rope - .
l Ihs eeaathey"apples were of the, before Hesperldes"being fro-(If bourne.Miss Eraelie Saturday Bernelle, after a week's visit stakes cottage, they bad driven there In until the peat ground.day TAILORING CO. Awarded Gold Medal sod Diploma of Honor sa Cotton. BUtw sod International EipoMtlon: ,,, \'. i. I ,l '
know Carroll. turtle was left Atlanta Os, 1811I)"
I where that.. is) 'were "not in with Miss Vlrglline The Melbourne boys to y '
Mr. Beed baa the (some) rocks, returned to her for some of the ft,'
R near New and is ezperl- Miss Lillian Conkling week, I butcher. : '
River, the first of the COMPANY 'i
Jung l with an orange grove there, on home at visit Melbourne of several days with Miss. During a thunder storm last' Sunday POPULAR PRICE TAILORS THE G. H HAMMOND
struck by
that Is! "solid," and "Jnst below after a here. the house of*Mr. Baker was ,
frost line." We 'are Interested to Lou Forest His sister-in-law Mia Emma ,
Kn'el rlment develop. He Is now John B. Beach, of Palm Beach, was lightning.Mitchell wu on the back porch getting ;M',
Beach '
'lag that-property before returning here last Friday, looking after the drink of ft.-ILhnber.hand;; still on and AND BEEF PRODUCTS.Hammond I
evening a. Largest PORK
ampton. \ I and Arnald nurseries he left that the pump handle when the lightning We Canj the ; I
home. burning both her feet, one .
his tier,
NlNK. for struck
NCMBEB. W. C._ B._ ir) met "w at tha.. school"" of them very badly. ,bile Is Under the to Most Complete Line led,. South Omaha, Neb., Chicago, 111*. '" k
The and we. hope <
meeting Brown, '
The next good care of Dr. W. Dunk Manager, Jacksonville, Fla.
Friday p. m. / U fortunate Salesroom, 23& West Bay St., Tboa ,
It very
A Zee well soon. .'
Courtenay.pTn 2, at 3 p. m. her insured and Trouserings :* f
will be July Jet all attend; Mr. Baker that he had bin house of Suitings +
II being prepared; for damaged, not one Lards Hams and Bellies.I ,
program cordlallllnvlted.A as It U badly of the I Markets Advancing Rapidly on ,.
Visitor escaping the freaks
Yannie Harper '. visiting relaT'ffln folks were room In it

Tropic. ', party of the lively beach young last Friday eve lightning in the, State...., Write: :u.8 :for Prices. r ,

*. has purchased the yacht sailed over to In his trim oat beat ... -- .. .-
from p. L. Whitlock. by C. F. Worm; Messrs. C. f. ... --- .
Vero.The .
Wx .. Onboard Carroll $16 ud $10
.L Albert Suits to Order -
Whitlock ban purchased a horse Geo. Washbur.e '
Worm. Carroll -
J.R.S. S Grant. aDd lIne'Lillian De Coutdlug ale SVelle, Emelie. Vlrgtllne JerDene termeloo crop here was a fail Trousers to Order $I'.aDd $9 JOE .P!UN'l'mC'dF I
busl- "Jonah"'OD
Tffio '
a '
In Tttasville
was on W88
!,Monday and Tuesday I and booa d Forest who must There be spotted and left urn Palm Beach, WM rfamplee sent by malt ALL KINDS .. .' :
B. Beach of West t',
'? lanle of Banyan, is next time. J. COMPACT r "
behind '
Monday. YORK .
u Dg a few Greet la town NEW i'*
daymWftb. relatives here. falabar,TtDman Executed at the" Nn&}
B. The people of aD old faahloeed 3. D. TL Weir, of Toledo, was visiting. No. 17 East Bay Street, .. v.rf
LaRoche fine wm give '' : :
h.a'parchued a Valkarla OFFICE
and onuly ;
row from R. S. Grant, IndiaaoU. basket ploolo at the Bode 3rd.of to cetebrbratethe her Monday.mill has Wen pat In :work Jacksonville. Florida., : ADVOCATE. ,, PItINTIN9'. I' *'. ,,
beaCh, Vero saw ':
Harper the ocean will tie ".I'" t ,
: .
Del, Were visiting and tw relatlvea IOU, of here Hob on Piatfos,' Birthday. There ".{". *1, 't ; ;'*' a '. '' 4.


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I'' ,d, kale -_.". ,.' MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
'Vhe Dally !. La.na.a Florida East.C&ast
The Mtanu upon safe inrestmsats_

$ ,, I 'k tl Pbo.e.de.eep. KiOeate* Petition of ICfta7 haTe fallen so low M become aseriousmatter Florida New Philadelphia York and Boston. tires Table. ... .-C......-.4 t. Jmm S. In,.
Organ of MM Body to the 11:,..
to persons relying for their income Bnwwlok. Om.., dlree to New '1'01'''.

( One of the latellt'in"cntlODt In the upon invested capital In the next gelling from PASSENGER SERVICE.: SOUTH :BOCM0 (Bead Down). xORTB BOUND (IRnad UD).

l world of medioal science in the phonendoscope 10 or IS yeups most of the railroad bonds C. -'II P. Ry. and Cumberland RontelTr I gpsrawr STLTXOhrS. o
,i an instrument which is a development :- interest Via Fernaadine. 8.16, r. L. Eernandlna l.ao p ml; Ar =::: 1..v..JaV wivUie:.......Ar.Ar. ,
issued years'sgo 0 and T cent Jacksonville. TiSJ
per Doll -.xc..p' Bllnd.y.VI. w I loi ...:: ..,.....> Angvethie. ........LIT.Lv aSfrW -
4 of the stethoscope, but much fall dna, and as they are abundantly Bm..wloK. 680.air F. C. 8&P. Ryand 8o Rv: LY Jaskecn ..... ...... ...... .......... Au.natte..Ar. I0 TOUa ...
Rvsrott :
more delicate. The pbonendosoope Brunswick m. IT. Passenger .. ...... .. .. ........ .
7.30 &RoU .
t Ar r
which is the Invention of Dr. Blanch of secured they will be extended at nvlilo .00 board m; for, Thundaye.PROrOSED ::. 11 ...... ....,: .......:B.vtUn' ka.:::::: ', 1
rat of Interest. Two on cupper, ::. .1 .. .. ... ...... A.r.AI'II4.: ........:!.,. / .:. .
Paris* consists of a hollow box. about M a gvsatly redpoed *, i ..:... ...... ..LrAr::::...... ,........., g
k s, big' as. a large sioed watch furnished such eassa aye Wore fbfladelpbi inrastors SAtLtNGSl ...... ...... ...........yaltkl." ........ ..... SS
i Lr.FrhtsyMay'D .B n.wlek. S :..... ...... .....'. Uv...........IIiJlat_.....,...Arr ... .
1 fW ( : with two vibrating membranes. On one as the.peaent time. The firs Lv.New York Pier U K.&.,.1:M>f.m., Standard Time.) ,..... ...... ...... Lv. .. .. ....Orvaopd..........Ar. .

H'' aide a abort staff, terminated with a mortgage .T per cent bonds of the North. ...............,.............B100RAADE:....... .................? Friday June 4 ...... .. ....BwMosia-.. ,. .. .... .... ..
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... .
.... .,,.., .Frld..J'.J..l.rld.y. .
................ 4Oraj gfc.
7 ........... .................... (COLv.iAiJtj ..
Friday, June .
button: serves to put the box In contact<< con Peauupfrani XLailvoad eoupeny.; a ,, .I'rlday.JUDe* .. ...... ...... ,.......- ajiu ....... t ,. .
with the. body of the patient, the button perfectly safe investment. are being extended Jane June IS II........................:::::::::::.RIOO..COLORADO.! aIlAJ'lDB............::.......I..Frlday.':: ;JODe 2 ..... ...... _........Onk ....... .". "
Friday ......... ............ ...Friday; July a ...... ...... .........TIe .........
being. pressed firmly on the surface at 4 per cent: The Friday, Juua re....a.......*,.,?......... RIO CBAHDK. .,.... ...... ........01*; .......... a :.... .... .
Pennsylvania applytoanyrailroadagentorto'v.'rA. ...... ._ ....... ........... .. ....
tee .
v just aide flexible tubes are attached and New York Oaaal' and Railroad'com- .P. aUT.KrHY, Agent.!h.RAYMOND Fernandina U"Dflnl rl. Southern V Agent If.Ajt8nt Brunswick Ga. .. :;:::::::iia.t al ::::::''* ..

; Z ?"which convey the sounds! froJdt.hll.bo.'kt JIM 1....feeing Wplaoed'ate! !..percent C. H.MALLORY.General'Agent.Fier 30,E. River. ud a0 3 Broadway.N.Y. ....... "" ;;;......._.vk.. iomra...ti"iiirr .".

the ear ,of the, JWb, issaesvwerwpot dot 80 years 4 ..... ***...........Beeeland..,........ M l,4le10K .. ,
operators, for, several, persons posy Ha-, ago and, now!; ,, .tht"new holders hare / 1.... .. ..... .....O.w."ea-........ M >asol ., :
;, 1 .. ** ....... e.Sta kipil.] ....... ** g N
a ten to.the sounds at the same time. their income" ant down from 86 to 48 .. / I Cliff ......FertfPUroe. .... .... .... ..
i t The following description he given id per eat: Otherinstanoereadily.eattbefound. .. / I Ota r" ............ad....0.......... 10a .. Ie
e.Up r" S lOa r..a..a.... ...... I 67e I
I'1 f ra a Landrin paper Ins who MW the instrument ,Twenty Team s.o the, oonsoli .. 4op: .. 84Oa' ."...........8....$..,....... .:., /d4. I
tested Parisian hospital: elated mortgage 0 per cent bonds of the .... ,...... .,, lIoIa. ..... .
a' "A man stripped to the waist stoodIn ;l : ...... site ......:.; .tSoan.r.,..... ". e IL's :,,:, ; I
1 Pennsylvania railroad sold .., par. .. .... ... llIIIa ". ,..... ....... ." I
the center. of a circle of doctors, each Within a few months the company has ...... ..... ID 1MBII M .Rtvler*.......... ania
' It of whom held in his flexible I ...... ; .... ..... M. Ares. .fail Palm Beach. ....Lv.LUttm 1 S4a7a .
ears a pair.of ; sold bonds secured by. the same. mortgageat ...... .. ............lI.p .. .. ........... "
,tube connected with a mall, round 1-3 per cent ..... I 86P .... ..... IMp ," ......lt'orl ...rdals.... .". 160a ; ...... .....'. "
''. of black rubber which '' .....: ........... lotp '" ;......Leman *t7........ ...... t
box ; ;was proved This condition is worldwide. British ..!.:10....... ...... *aupAr............. ........... 604.. ..1
3 t' against.the patient's breast A pair of console hare lately sold up to 114 per
tubes handed to and 1 A.1 W.Bai rou. Train 88. 85.,87 and n. betw..
Ik ,WM me,. was asked ; cent. They bear a 8-4 per cent Interest, onvlll and St. Augustln.dallv. J
to listen. which is to be reduced to 3 13 per cent Not. o. BTATION3. No. o, /. TraJta Xi between Miami ud
c "While we all listened intently Professor in while the bonds I 1 ..TTnew Smyrna....Ar. llSp Tra'6pPlerecdsilr! except Sunday.
+f ; 1903 are absolutely 11 gM 1..., Lake Helen ,...Lv.,_t! aop 4 S5p Train Alp, between Fort Meow .
I .y Blanchi 'gently rubbed his finger I. payable 20 years thereafter.' 'l'herate of 1 ? ',,:.Orange Clty.Lv. it 19 p 8 sop Miami d t Mandav.
1 : 'upon the man's skin over the spot where Interest is falling throughout the civi- e 11 MaAr. :...Oran *Clty.... Lv. u up $ Up ti a dubs lan m Bund eouth of 8k A

the heart is usually located. Immedi. lized world. This has been its coarse for ch -

ately we heard a murmuring sound, and 80 years and there is no reason to suppose Nvr ..... .--.
1 the circle of doctors expressed satisfaction there will be any change. The

C with granted exclamations: and wealth of the world is increasing every "BISCA YNE" .

nods. Suddenly, ;while the professor year at a most wonderful rate. Every

oar continued drawing his finger in. larger Indioation that tends to conserve energy .. w.. II K2 "keJl'1'7\ Ii appointed to Perform ..........oe..follow:
i and larger circles across the man' to augment production and to facilitate I or
Leave Iff AW 10.80: m..Wednesday. and Saturdays, oonneotlnf with
I breast; the sound oea ed. business is one more influence that aids p. Train M.tcreKBYWB3T .

; 'Ah, there Is no longer any heart in the creation of wealth. Never was 411 ; 5:00: .. m. Tuesday and FriA.ya. 4

I' } 1 1 there! said the professor. 'We have the human intellect so busy as'now so ww-if'4 Connecting at'kuml.with Train 7e..following moralnf.J. ,
i touched the end of It.' Whereupon heVabbed !
Ingenious, so well supported. And with .P.BXOKWITH, i. D.BAHKKB,
( a blue''' pencil mark upon the every year the pressure for good investments Tree JIIu.,.*. ......', Gen Paenonr j
i s skin to indicate the point where hi. fin increases. ,The supply is at at I M. AnwHaa Via

) O'pr had, arrived: when the aound stop' all equal to the demand, nor can it be."

$ d ped. The patient twisted his eyes down It is still possible to secure investments -

ward mark. and. stared, wonderingly at the that not yield ordinarily 6 per cent. such interest M ,a but trustee theyare SAFETY COMFORT I QUICK TIME I LOW RATES The Florida Central & peninsular Rail

"Professor Blanchi resumed his rubbing would select for his beneficiaries. A risk Zlneet CuUlne and Berrle; No Tramfer between Jacksonville and New York.

while the' doctors and I stuffed the must be taken. -Philadelphia'Inquirer.. The Fleet Is composed of the following' handsome New Steel Steamers t"Comanche" !Short Line between Florida and all Nortl 'crn Points.

1 is tabes once i ure into our ears. As long Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ca.,.Columbia. Washington ,
t as the rotClllOr'. finger was over the The) Fly and the ........... (new), "Algonqnln "Iroquols, "Cherokee "Seminole. tlmore, Philadelphia, New York Boston and the Easl.

( heart we heard the murmuring wound, Many Kentucky people who have seen Everett, Macon, Atlanta Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville Clnclnl

II but the,instant the finger passed beyondthe the wonderful work of Carl O. von North-Bound. and Chicago L
boundaries of the hidden there / Steamer' are appointed to sail according-to the tide Everett;Birmingham, Holly Springs; Memphis, Little Rock; Kansas CItyl
organ the Knttawa. will]
Schoeler and .
Tuesdays Thursday
engraver From JACKSONVILLE. FLA. (calling at Charleston), Sundays : I
'WM dead alienee in the .tnbe. And at testify to the truth of this story, told by Prom CHARLESTON. 8. C., Monday., Wednesdays and Fridays; Louis Chicago Sioux City.
' t' very sensation of the sound the pencil Irwin For hour of salllnir nee ."Clyde Line" Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papel'll.S'outhBound. River Junction Pcnaaoola, Motile New Orleans, Texas, :\ exlco, CallfJ
Cobb in the Paducah News
and the Pacific 1O 1897.
r+, followed by the strained eye of the pa- though it will sound much like a pipe Coast Effective May ,

t a bent, made its mark on the akin. This dream to the 'uninitiated "A house fly Steamers are.appointed to sail from Pier:29, East River, New York, at 3 p. m, as follows 1 .w. vllle New 8:15: York a. m.Bxpre, daily, No.with 88 Through" leave Pull Jw
operation continued for several minute B.C. Monday, Wednesdays and Friday we.
went off with a pair of scissors at Kut- K. Sloe pera for Savannah Columbia. VVmhlnJ
i For JACKSONVILLE,FLA.. ,(calling Charleston), Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays ATLArr4 A
*, at the expiration of which there tawa a. few weeks'ago This sounds A.. Q u aott t Baltimore Eastern Philadelphia Connect, New for York loran an r
j appeared, clearly drawn in blue upon strange, especially when it is added Clyde New England and Southern Lines. (Freight. only.. ) ,Le- iwr Arrive Jacksonville points. 9:30: p. m.

,?o .the man'i breait the outlines of a. misshapen -' that the fly was just a common everyday (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) w e1, ,. t u j Mew York Taut Mull No. So,

heart, strangely shifted from its i specimen of that domestic peat In STEAMERS."GKO. W. CLYDE" AND "DELAWARE," o e Jaoksonvllle 7:00: p. m. daily for mm b
,, right position. But I was glad, for thepatient' i that respecthowever, the fly differed are appointed to tail u follow i a urNNA era points. Carrie through Sleeper Jull
From foot of Hoean Street,Jacksonville, From tewts Wharf,Boston, vllle to New York.. Nu. 36 arrive Jackal.
'I" sake to hear, the doctor say from the shears. The scissors'were THURSDAYS. FRIDAYS.Clyde's 5 'eqv ':10..m.
S that it wa'not a. very bad heart after among the wonderful minute tools intended e S -

(a alL fori the cherry stone workbasket V F Cincinnati. and Jacksonville, No :38.
' ; Nut the tame method wa*employed made by O. O. von Schoeler, the en I. '' Jaoksonvllle 7-OO p m., via Everett MamnJ
St. Johns River Line. Connects for LoubiMashvllle
L .74 lama Chattanooga,
,, to outline the position and shape of the graver. Although so small that their P. M 8t Louis Chicago: and all nortl!
,' lungs, the liver J the stomach and otherS outline could not be distinguished by L can, ,. a and westernpo into. Returning train r-'
organs, and, at the end of half an hour the ordinary eye they were perfect in ) M rr Gg( Jacksonville 8.10 a. in.Asbevllle

the body front and back alike was COT. size and mechanism, it being possible to -WELAI A" o ia. -- .
I SaeCOtr
,yi } ored with an intricate series of 'outline cut human hair and cobwebs,with their SteamerCAPT.. W. A. SHAW. i Car service for Route.Cincinnati Through via. Pullman Savannah,C,|

I pictures showing his internal structure tiny steel blades. It took several days o.0A.save ,,. bia,Asbevllle, Hot Springs Knoxville, thrf

1 and condition: Any defect in the form of Mr. von Schooler's time to produce Leaves JaokaonvUle .,a appointed. .to mil. as follows. Tueedaye I and Raturla,. at 6.00 p. m. 0P a y d A Carolina.the Celebrated Leave Mountain Jacksonville Country 7.00 p of J.)

+ 1 or position' an organ and the existence them too. Le.,. Sanford 01 Mondar.1 and Thul'llday. a'11.00 a. m. oar i z z 0 o v h lye Cincinnati 7.4O a. m. Returning i-1
x of diseased place*.in the lung was indicated "The scissors lay on the carver's B'nford.Xntedrrl.e: and intermediate landings on the 8t John River. a Jacksonville 0 IO a m.

at once by the sound or absence work table. The fly started across the w -
f? of sound in the tubes.. The practiced table. His legs became entangled with Read dOUNND SCHEDULE Read HOUND up. S. Only Line Through the Beau Iful I

ear,I was told,.could detect difference the scissors, and he took to flight The Leave 1.30 p. in.'........... .............JackKOnym.......................... Arrive Z 0o a.: : 7 Country of Middle Florida, P.n.lU\(1'".,
in the quality of .the sound given by .. 5.45 p. m. .... .... .................P.I.tka..................s. .... .... Le.y. 8.00. P. m. la. Bsoarabla Bur, Leave Jackson>llle 1:16: 4
shears were so light that the insect a' 8.00 .. m. .........:. ... ........ .. Astor............................. 1.00.p. m. )rap of Ore j y for Lake City Live Oak Madisou "ontl|
different organ of the body but to methey moved away with ease before Mr.'von 'a ..80 ..11I. .........................St. frauole................. .......... l.ao.. m. :CORIDA CENTRAL ''" Tallahassee. Diver Junction,Pensacol,JliJ,
nearly all sounded'' alike except Schoeler could his little I' 1.80 a. m. ............ ......... Brentord ....................... 12.00 noon d New Orleans,and tbe southwest, Meilop: ,
rescue precious .Blue .. lad rt tea Carrie Bl eo(
11.30. ; forma and the Paclflo Coast.
i 'Lj that when the patient was caused to prise. The fly has not been seen since. Arrive t00 1.30 :: :: :::::::::::::.:::::::::: .I.Sanford.Spring.:::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: a.oo.: a.. ::: ?ENIaUUII R.R. 1 Mo. arrive Jacksonville T M aa. m.

t a little water a change in theaonnd Neither have the scissors. The former ". .211" a. m. ....... ........Enterprise......................... a.90 a. m.
given forth from the stomach ...... ...... .".... ...... .. ..:;9o.Via Railroad Wharf (Sanford)............................12110 p. m. gad Connections. -
re.Professor' wasswallow owner of the scissors says the fly is at roar .rL0a1.A Leave Jacksonville.,15.,m.for 8trti,1

clearly perceptible. home cutting out a. new pair of light Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St. Jacksonville.r n.ufoar OA thorns Silver Spring,Ocala, OameoviU' "
Blanohi asserted-and a trousers for summer nee" oe.... ,...,r. .. ,,.A..U Key Wlldwood Leesburg Dade, tM City n FUi:
6 number of member of the Clinical So- Tampa. Arriv.Jsok.oniUe4dbp.m.

''oiety of'.Practitioner of France and of ..A.LKSLIK,Bupt.' JBO.L. HOWARD.Fla.. Fr'SAgt. 1'.H.IBOIIIMOOIlR.]! : JR.,Fla,Pas*.Agt. NASHVILLE ROCTK-Thronah Pullman Sleeper' .. Via Yverett, !Moon, Atll ta.Ch.ttanooga. "bl.
i the Syndicate of Physicians of Paris and Lady Finger. J..CK80NVILLE.I'LA. 9.00 arrive. !.J8OkllOhvllle 7.o.f. .m.. arrive NavUie 7.00 next p. m. Lea" tome ;
4 the THBO.G.Eooiw T.K.. W. H.WaanuBTOir, ]C.P.A., M.R.CLYDI A..T.M. a. t Jacksonville. 8-10 next. m.
Department of the Seine who assisted A general and justifiable complaint is BOWLING NEW beiand8o\ m.-L** "Jckaonrllle fur Brunswick*r tbe Cumberland .Route teamer and
6'' at the his small .
experiments: corroborated lodged I against the ubiquitous
WM. P. CLYDE CO., General Annt. 4 0l P. m.-Loca'' E..rett. Close connection for Bmn.wlcll. Shortest' and ulcknt
" assertion-that it would be easy by the cakes, known a* "lady: fingers' ," and everywhere .0 Bowline Green,N.w Tork 1. So. Delaware Av.,Philadelphia. 8100 )P. M.-LucsiforTallahaee.eandIntermediate point.. Arrive Jackeonvllle4:15p.m: !. '
rr process not only to discover general disease seen during the season upon :4OP.M.-For T.mJl.and Intermediate polnt hUm.u.Ieepel'll. I'I..Jaok.on.II1.

> but to locate any foreign body the tray,which- bears a. teapot'' at 6. We L16Throegh.p.m...rrlvVscTncTn"BMTTio for Cincinnati via a.Asheville m: leave.Jaekwn ele at 1.00 p. m.. arrive

lodged in any of the organs or tissues, as o'clock. It is asked why "lady fingers" for Msoon Atlanta RAiES two.Trains Dally. Leave Jacksonville 8:15 a.m.and TKIO: p.m.

; .1 well a* to determine ftio existence and should be so generally dry and stale, iUm.n BUMMER 8leep"ra Duel!Nlgbt to Excursion Train. Points Parlor' -oar In effect between June Jacksonville 1st. and Tamp

\extent of a cancerous or similar Internal and the inquisitive wonder if it is impossible Southern iWv Send for BUIlt Index.d Township Map of Florida to

;,} growth-Chicago Tribune. to procure them under a week I = N. S. PENNINGTON Traffic A. O. MAcDOKEtL '
Manager. General passenger
or two in age. The trouble lies in not

Cmuhed, Rtaa> knowing how to treat the cakes. If

The bachelor'who had boarded at the they or any other sort of sponge oakes, .. Railway.ABSOLUTELY

?j same. hotel .for 20*years was perturbed are taken while still warm' from the .. The Tropical Trunk Line

when the) thoughtless head waiter set baker's oven into the excessively cold THE SHORTEST' ROUTE.

} the couple on their bridal trip right opposite outer air, it will be found on reaching

him at the table. home that they are dry and leathery. : Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railwa
Should covered t"![ oven VTTXXXAir DKAWXXO BOOK OARS. DINING
"There is no marrying in heaven I they be set in a closely CABO.THOBOTJOKT JOSEPH H.

, 9 am happy to say. ," ho said to no one in vessel, as a gloss jar, in -a cool place =- .A me OO.ACDDI8."IEaTDI11L1D_ !: TRAUTS. DURKEE Receiver.
" particular. they will soften again and thus cared SOUTJI. _NORTUNo. -
r "Well. don't core," said the blush3 for last for several weeks and be perfectly No.200 ,INo.2S Time T.blelo Effect May 15, ,.,. 'p.M. No, 78. lie
...... ..
I 3 t lug bride.. "There heaven in marriage palatable. Bread also suffers from NORTH EAST AND WEST.TWO ..... .. law.Mixed 9 906p 30 92a Ly..JACKao .........Ar 180.m.640plll I JIll"
..Orange Park... ......... eaam
.88a "
M +, anyway. Isn't there dearie?" she con exposure to extreme cold, and loaf :;;;.:.. 911I ... ,. ..;.. ...Peorl...........:... 840.m 818P:1'::: :
II tinned, turning toward her companion, should have'l8't'eraI layers of paper asdrrlMorrlldy .. '...........ar.gnoll................ ...' Thl..
t a and the 'bachelor boarder went downstairs wrapped about it if carried any distancein DAILY TRAINS, BETWEEN FLORIDA AND: THE EAST. :;;;;::; :::::::: ..948p.. .. 10...tOa. ;,. .. ......Green. ,. .. Cove oatwlcl Springs(. ... ........... ..... ..eOUm........ 619pm.ll'6" .....

and quarreled with the clerk- I winter. Otherwise it will seem as :::::::: : : poop 103l .... ..... ..l'al..tk........ ...--... lloo.m 600pmZD III!
1l4lp 112a.: .......Sateuma.. ......: ... .. .28.m 42 pm
; Cincinnati Enquirer. hard as if it had been baked for a week. Washington Southwestern Limited, .. ... .. 1011p I140P 1Z'oa 118t1a'. .,.. .....pomona..... ... ... 414am t913sp '
+ I Lady fingers, it may be added, servingas IlOgt! ,...... 119"m 121'
1 ,. And the United States Fast ::::::.: l2 .CI'II.centCltyJunotloo....... IM.m 1"1Pm I ne'
Mall.OILY !
.. goodies at cheerful feasts, are alwaysa ........ loW p Iota 1l0'la 12311a": ..... .......8e.III..t... 3411.m .
I I't .. o ........ P 104. .......DeLeon 8prln ....... ... lot.m 303Pm 11"
ThreeACT Stsyw.I surprise to country bred English folk .llp 111.124/1/.............
91 EOUBS J10XSOHTILLE .. .... .Olenwood............. 'M.m ,31
'. I. when they come over here. In rural T 'W Ae0 IIINGTON. ....... 52o .. .... ; ;" A. .... -lereeford............... 240.m ISPpm....

I L Sighing Over ear Uke la a furnace love s England they are commercially known OILY 27 HOUfta JAOE80STII.LB TO NEW TOSS.BoMY .:............ { I II P.... '" 1:1: 4I1a p L.I'J ........."D ...-..d .........1t( ..'. ..:::.......... 1Z66pm ." .
1113 '
k l'' .4 Blind In adorationOf as "funeral biscuit" And sold only for p.$2. top .. ....E .-1'\rI... ,. .. ..."...:.:.. 181sm' .
t :::::::: Zap Ar :........T1TUSVILLE ......:L: il0elam '
:::::; .
hi.* lady'* elo.,.. use as mourners' refreshment with, a **..BtriedTTalMee paede Think no girl wa ever of wine after the drive to tag au.lkr..... 111'I........... .. .... .. ...: .... .
glass long assist to .I.e.sn.BalMmer ...... .. .. ....:. .....:: ? .Sorrento................ .. .
OIl If I Quite. so sweet a* she. at some county funeral.-New YorkI'at. PC.Hgd........Hew T ark and tae ..... .. ...... ... .. .34111' .:'". .......M Dora..L. .. .....s.. p .m." ....
'II'. Tell you abe's an angel, ........ 100 pel/'a a5pAr ..,. ........ .. .. :, d9ZOS 1311
Bipeota youDegree. ...... .. .. .... .. .I.Op.Ar. :::::: .... orri .......,..LY l1Asm .100P. .....
: ::
M ...... .. ..... .Altaano.e ... ..
t V'" THROUGH PULLMAN .. ...... p. ..
1 ;' "'O'J.III. SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN .... .. .. ..... 230. .....WI DteI'Park.....:::.... .
"r 'Ir.;. ''Hoping and repining. JACKSONVILLE AnD ........ ..;.. .. 3Mp ....,.. .. .....Ol'lando..,... ......... It 11 pm. .
9 ";' .. ::1 .' Gloomy and moron NASHVILLE. ...... .. ........ Xr' .....KJ..lmmee.. ............. ., '
\1 ( .... .b.prtoeor.....m.Think1 rmt* ........ .. 123. .... . ,....Bartow Jo..Ly : .
.. I' ball take doee. "Why do you reoognlae that old duffer Thr ugh Sleeping Cars ...... .. ..:.:... t'f3 112IIp/ .. .. ..LaIr.land ...... ..... .. esoimif ..
ffJ" a .
Dally Jacksonville 'I4/lp /sapm '
to .. ..
( .. .. ...... .. A.: .w.Bartow. ......... .
Women are ec flokle, ? ... ::.. .. 1 011 p ,:,,,,,.....;.. Gorda..... ....L..tI3llpm '
'.: Cf 1 Love Is an sham, "By their fruits ye. shall know them." Cincinnati via Ashevllle Through the """ .. ::.. 100. P At. "Ta pa..1."I-, '" 100 p m 1011.-... .
lwrrtageU. faU-.. .. .... .. ..."..... 1140. ::: : ,_ .. ..:.. ...
: J ; 'Lkegbrok..d_.,. "Bhr" .LAND OF THE SKY." .... 7..Posh ..... ..::. ... -111:! P miThu..d lID
t ? .. t "He has a. daughter who's a. peach." .......: MNegiAtrlen'jroPLv.. .,?....PonT..pa..AI': '3IIpm'Werl' .adpes.
:. L ACT sirs -Detroit JournaL pie..* *Oed...........* M .* raw, ....... .... ... W." III"""c. eosaA,.......... ....K..y W.. .Ly. : .
i. Whittling blithe. and eheerfvJ, 4 spas e1 111 S.eua. r".....-.TTT In*oT ..aae.. .......... w rew..r... ...' wDty N .... .........11&.11II.::.:..:..:..L.. nS 90PmIWed.anAN.tDty -

J \...... DMtetev.Always alnglng.bright and laughing goy A Bagl. ir w.Carmeltta TraIna.,and t Dalcept 3:1: L"Wry Tb.San... t.',

'l\i\. .All the livelong day -I hear lord IishoomT saiiii', stifflf4ga Agt. Ria Was>W IwesL Jab _',_ foeoa.Indian River seamen', (nsw liner"gb leave Pullman Buffet. Sleeping W..s-day..a Can 01 yrlday at t a..
". Toll of fm.sad froltc.Ohaght Roek.ledge Earn 0111. Melbcaraa.rd, int.rm.dlati .er g'
j greatly reduced. l. OIIIat y L leave Melbourne}Luau ;. lndun.IRJ .
!. faahlom''a whirl.Thleka TURN I. "IWmYIcz. Tb 0"and noaarrive _. ele po e
;! Oraoe Has he been ill?. TralD S3, IeaYID Saturday *1.. at tl Gal
e ps no m.re ef ....-- .' A.laN.. 1:05: OcalalllOr: \: aarl 1UJ'.Ulh: m.arrive? at Bawthorae. .aev''t1Y .zta
trot. saether girt I INMka Carmelita-No, but.'. marked hif: i- Ws ,. a n ... ant... & ": tJ..m Latxmi: ; pe m '"....bOJear1I&ec t
.lt t --" OuMtaa self down.-New York Preen -'. ---'----- 11I". 8&.r.tenbure 10:30 a.m".daily ek.ceps: DTarpontprlap I: II.p. .
Sunday.e .
..t.- Y. B. COI'J'Dr. '
Ir .. General BuperUtettdeat. O.&YasM9L :
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FOR LICENSE. W B Waddell R S SmithF -

ITION- Deppe Jr Invite your Attention to my Complete Stock.f Spring and Summer Resorts t the East Coast R' J I
Board 01 County Com. T E Rand J T Price HARDWARE and CROCKERY on ", y

goaoofB County : V A Losley ..
H B Metzger E II Ib,
Ilolton ,
_W", the undersigned. J Glassware) Lamps anti( Lanternl. A" kinds of Boat Good. Stoves Tinware GranIteware /,,' I
yeas: Moow u L Lyman doors, sash aDd blinds' and The Florida East Coast Railway to Miami. The Miami" Key West Steamship '
LoeloY and R. L" ......S Jones jr W R KnoxC freer, Builders' Hardware water ooo'lers. Ice 'cramru "t .\ '
L Quick meal Line to Key West. / 'J
the ftrm of Losley: Motlow, K Stewart gasoline stoves Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, garden tools, ? ,
w the firm llgnursyw Renaker 0 R Stewart M S Jones Jr and barbed and harrows wire. paints and oils Fruit jars and Jelly glasses' poultry netting KEY WEST-Hotel Key West t4 and upward: special weekly and commercial) '1 ( p
8811 and rates. Open entire A. M. General offices bt... .
to W R Knox year. Taylor, Manager : : Augustlne.C. ,\
Vcgon District No. 2, of Bre- MT Tucker John Simonson Harrison Bros' Ready Mixed Paints. .
Ah i
Tin ,
State of Florida. hereby ap- his x mark R G MoOrochun Shot nconnoouon with Store. Large Galvanized Iron t
uO Body to grant us Brock .. Tanks a Specialty. General Superintendent Florida East Coast Hotel System. :
, Ionoroble Revels M Goldsmith <18 to order.and as the ordInary wooded '
r Omi'ntv "ffhettp taken In :
onj the
,bttoef. such liquors/ wines and his x mark R W Carllle tlnnof for tin' .n ""K- ."toVloiwe writs me for rrloeii.' I nmnmitmily Solicit a im .
I I. District, and we your patronatce. Mad Ordon given and Careful ,
. pJd EJeotlon T T Wetmore J T Hlnton prlcee lIoUew red prowpdy. Prompt Attentlou. and inquiries for '

10 ur make lIonorable ouch Bales.Respectfully Body. to grant us a R E Blanchard John W M Henry Smith 1I. :313. .Ct-H.TJ3ElElH! Travelers Hotel aC }j I

LOSLEY. John Henry Vest Palm Beach, Fla. ,
F. A. O A Stewart F A Lusley s .\ i
R. Fred S Chaffee Bay Street Jacksonville Fla. t.f
1 1807. J P Brown
jjltunvllle, June M S Jones inC '
-- R Stewart Thin hotel Is now under new, management, and has been thoroughly renovated .. ,"h' ,.
Coleman WJ TuckerD throughout. '" t
the dersigned, being Election A majority DIs- A Smith :: I. '. '1 1

gf.lered voters county of : G H Fulke James KnightW Bus meets all Trains, and Electric- Cars pass door. Bath rooms and all i .' ;r a' t t
:"of Brevllrd I In thelarbove! M Smith I'y Conveniences on every door t I :

I DO respectfully, and ask concur that a; permit be James E Bowman L John H Church Simonson, Who are Seeking, ...ii. Home in the OPEN ALL THE,YEAR ''''!,\. s

AI prayed fDr: Robert Morrow R S Smith "Rates:-Ameiloan Plan, t>3 to .:).60; European; GOo,to $1.' Special by the week.

(OlfSB. WITNESSES. Philip Wm Roberts South should Mrs; FINL.EY Proprietress., .
send tothe
E G ;
NI G W Britain, Godbold Wm Hill ,;, undersigned ,)
F,A MorganSam .
t J T Hlnton 'if
J W Taylor i \

I t liiwn i mark G G Nolle Cary-Elwes ,. II T his x mark R L Motlow Futch for a 'copy of the CCI 11l'l !;.j:!'.t'1P't -. .t, v
LaRousseller M
R S Smith Stanley Jones ,'
1u I J '" 1\1\ ,
Deppe ::z:; f *
Julius Kline !
11 C) O Curtlss E A Froscher J II Brown : I ; 1, 11 s ? i !;7CI' : J ., ; 'TJ'N

10 0 T I glue Ih R C S C Smith Curtiss Herman Fischer Chas II T Campbell A Smith Florida East Coast. Homeseeker. i! / I lJ-d 0, 1'H'1. ;';\ I

Julius Kline G L Park i'ili"
6 R L Motlow W H HarrisF 1' 0 \i"
I Wm N Hull dee4 r .
Chaff oe : al' .
J Deppe 81;; Ii" 3 \ 11 :
Stanley We have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking,' Tobacco t g 15" '. I
F A Growing and
Stanley JonesE Losley W H Harris !:, for If! It '.q ; \
I L Brady F Deppe Winter and Summer Homos. Climate tho healthiest in the United States. ::E1 1'1.. eo! .'": I t,
: .
odes Stanley Jones Henry Dreyer J T Price Apply to 'A' f "a.s.. ,"J ,I'0I .'
'' ..-SI : J''
I Fred S Chaffee J L Lyman fl' "
Fred B Wright John Houston :a j tt. ;v.t j "
persette G CaryElwesF Frank Thompson JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner ] ))1 af' ;
A LosleyO 1>1 I '
A Cleveland R L MotlowP FLORIDA,EAST COAST ,'I\ ,i t
lEIwestiingeour D Case R'V aa Si' :v'i I .'

RL J A Ilappersette MotlowJ Thomas Browher John G Walton Houston ST.:,AUGUSTINE FLA. \ : IiI :;j ,' :. :" '" J.

A Happersette Frank Thompson \ ji:
O B W Nichols F A Losley _T --- -- --- %1 t : "fS11

Ie G Cary-Elwes CaryElwesChas Lucius Stark Louis Joseph K Maxwell Myers FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY 1 ''I' '-,' ,iJiJfII! { "'": 3 f ,, ,, l

his x markJoseph F A Losley J' \
HallO .
Wm N ",J Jt ,
'herty Cary-Elwes Maxwell B J II W Wynn Nichols (Successors to TIlE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) : ..\\t .D'j i: b,, B T. I ;\}

Deppe Amos Applewhite J H CL::> I.I .)W r ti .. \
IDOX E n Rice his Wynn Pianos and Musical Merchandise. C'-I: .( I. ..oS I :I "I I
.mark Henry Hamilton Organs '
W H Harris = ."A
.t. '
W R Knox John .Hoyt Thos Allen c::>> .. "' I II'
1 W Ellis n B Harris Thomas Allen John C Alexander Holt A CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE.We = )> it ill {if:
Wager ,
Pones C Alexander purchased In January last the Immense stock of Pianos, Organs sheet f '
murk O R GalllardF
i F Amos Wilkes F FletcherEd music and musical Instruments of The A. ,B. Campbell Co. 'We are closing out ; 'i
Deppe Edmonson the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room for a full ... I 'J'' '. i
O R Gaillard line of the celebrated Conover, New England, Schubert and ,;
Nauman' W B Roper Ed Edmonson Klnggbury Pianos '
Chas John H Jones Amos Wilkes We have the, following pianos which are worth from $100 to *-00 more than we I 1Imiiiii :, :

nightloldsmlth J P Goldsmith[ i Henry Pentelton F Fletcher Conover ask for,them etTloll:.wal.................. ." ....*1flfl Eatneafroa.style. 6mah..............h'...1200 1 i :;';' .J t
Deppe his x mark .Charley Bell ......, ................ .. 30)) Schubert15...............,.......... V711 ;'. q!.
O Bouknlght Eddie Gibson .F Fletcher .i J.eb.................. ..... 2IKI Malcolm Love, wal......,............. !flocu & "
Eddie Barnelle o J,wal......,.................4 ace Steinway eb,,...............,., iwio12B I l 1r
Y F Deppe u u Meb.o.,..................... 400 Everett, 'eb...................... .. t ,. I i! ',: ft :
Curtis McPherson Eddie Gibson .
scher Cbr F Fischer > war .... ........... aa: Kiugnburr! : 'trieR e..a.w, ...... .!.. ateMcCammonetyle7awahr
r Thos W Lund' F Fletcher ,...............J010 .. eb........ ......,i..n.2oo( t3 Jt f! ; .,..rW ,
Richard Milton Curtis McPherson u ti 22mab........... ..... ... 300 Ktmhe Grand ...................... Ten Ji..j I'I \" ,'
FLnndigllsh Chr F FischerP e' 7,wal................,....276 BtuyvciantNewsby ea. .....................' ITS c::> I t.. t' ''I, 'IV; d ,
, 'M Fisher F Fletcher T.eb..............."..... 2fiO wal................... 3oo I II ; ,
I C R Gaillard Henry Hamilton Lucius Stark Haines Bros., 6,eh.............. ....... 2'o & Evans eb.............,........ 1M ,I. ,:, }ty,
, Louis K Myers .> o ". 8, eb..................... 175 Jan. M. Star, eb........... ....,......?.. 110 Ii 1
, o R Stewart .I > 3,mab.................... lllo Murrli, .,. loo 1'1 '
G H Hunter J K TuckerJ "
1 Cook E A Gray J Peacock Some of these pianos have been rented but we have had them re-polished and Q:hIhfl' ,'f'tti": !
M E English John Evans j?+ Fletcher put In thorough order, and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momey refunded Q:) : II! : ,
nj George!: CookM Owen Holman We furnish a stool, scarf Instruction book and delivered f. o. b. Jack :z:4 : I
E English Chas Harris Jno Evans sonvllle; cash or Installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us. '\\1.It'I; ;
oodey E A I

Idsmlth, E W A H Gray Gray Harris. Ellis Cobb Richard F Fletcher MiltonR FREYER &24 BRADLEY East Bay MUSIC Street, Jacksonville COMPANY,,Fla. ::eO't' =...,....... COD T02.IZ"Y':: : .,t. ..(',.:[f.1 ,

P Cheney _
Sam Futch --- --- 1'
1[ etch E A Gray R ;p Cheney It Richard P Cheny Milton :ElOTElLS.: ---MIAMI, FLORIDA;: :' .1.\:\
Wm McRae '
Mae Sam Futch :M Blocher R P Cheny -- Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvements': Located on park, one 'K;?
E A Gray Richard Milton block from Hotel Royal Palm commanding splendid vlewjof Blseayno Bay, Rates. \ .\1"
li ray James Knight Nathan Webber Richard Milton Nice family home; Pleasant location; $:-J.1 per day and upward. Special rates by week or month. i' .
f Chas Harris house and furnishings new; Modern con '
Sam Futch Fort t Pierce 1 Hotel 1"f{
Aaron Jacobs L Starko veniencos. No better fishing] and huntIng -
1Oi0lus James KnightFDeppe Harris In the State. J. A F. M. TYLER, I

Smith James KnightF AndrewEllenwood. Charley Jno Evans ON INDIAN RIVER, Near Inlet. For Pierce, Fla. Proprietors. OCEAN BEACH :IIOUSE..r'i: : ::1 :
Chas Harris
Deppe Formerly of New Haven, Conn.
rady F W MillerL SamlWeeksBis Pinkney Smith ON THE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN: 1
mark Chas Davis ,.
A x \ j
Brady Chas Davis Daytona the City Beautiful Boulevardj Surf $,
tiller W H Harris Isaac Jones' Opposite near ; bathing. Summer
E L Brady his x mark Edward Williams Rates $7 and $If per woek: Special rates to families. House open all the year. .I!>rj:'

ley W F Futch Edward Williams Chas DavisF Hotel Algonquin Address :MRS. H. C. BERRY, Sea. Breeze, Fla, "
Fletcher __ (
etch W H Harris Henry Barnwell Charley Harris -; :., i

WH A Hadley HarrisJ hi*x mark 1 Edward Williams M. W. BATMAN Proprietor, The Hotel I Placid O Ded a.- '
Nathan WebberM '
J H Wynn Wm Gibson T Mobley ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. January 1894 : F

Harris C C Hadley HaightA M T Mobley Wm Gibson Webber New furniture and fixtures throughout. Electric bells ip every room. FrontIng JACxeONYILLSFL9RWA.!: :

WF Futch ., F Nathan Fletcher the Old Slave Market and Plaza. Overlooking the Bay, with fine ocean view. In the center of the city, on Main Street the dividing line between east and west "l' l t
ickett R 8 Smith Wm Croxton Owen x Tholman All white. help. Rates J2.00 per day and upward. Special weekly rates. Sampleroom. one block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly famished throughout. ,, ;,.. t
G PNeisoF Brlttalnn George Denham W B Roper room. "Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all tralns.,.Tcrin* I'J.BO: per day aauf.,1'' \ ;

his x mark John Curtis upwards. Special rates by the week. N. L. WARD, Proprietor. ,f.
F A Losley '>0'' I
R L Motlow Joe Green Luclous Starke '
11 nark John Curtis Fischer's "
J J Tucker Cottage.
w ett Cato Johnson Henry PentlonF DAYTONA ,HOUSE '
S J NortonJ
< '
J Tucker Fletcher i (FORMERLY HOTEL SPENCE.) { '

ortonticker J T Bassett Andrew Gibson F Fletcher Pa12n.: jstxroot, Tlttis-crllXo: IPlci. DICKINON \ j !
A. 8.
F A Losley tl Proprietor. :
J J Tucker S Meador F Fletcher Centrally located between both depots. Airy rooms, good table, pure drlnk2 i
W F Futch Henry Henry HamiltonW water. This house, centralland pleasantly located, has been newly furnished; I. now "a '.
E n Holton I F FIet' her Rates: .00 per day; special rates by the week or month. better than ever before prepared to furnish a comfortable home to tourists nif< l '
ulton J J Tucker H Walstlne Chas Harris CHR. F. FISCHER, Proprietor. the traveling publlq generitllv. I extend a hearty Invitation to all my bid friend tI( > f "1

ucker W L F West FutchW Chas TIgnon Joseph Maxwellhis -, .... on the East Coast to call and. Me me. j, A. 8. DICKINSON Daytona, Fla. 't: ;Ii.1,
E H Holder x; mark Warren Maxwellhis _ ARTHUR '.1'. FEASTER. '
ucker J J Tucker John Henry Joseph

lecker Ike E II Tucker Rice S Simpson x; mark Warren Joseph Fletcher MaxwellF JacksonJ .:IJq'CI: :: : .N RIVRR I :OTELJ! Seminole Hotel '. : ,!j '

Prof J W Kline *Starke '1.
Simonson Isaac Hampton : #
W M SmithJ Henry HamiltonBabe TITUSVILLE, OPEN ALL TIlE YEAR .. ': '
tier J Peacock Howard F Fletcher I ;\ '
Deppe Joseph Maxwell 7 Indian River. v WEST. 'ALH BEACH, FLORIDA. t .p;'*' \-\J'; ; S
Harris McPherson ..
Bobbett W Harris Thos Ervin Curtis Amos Wilkes pg- Fla. This hotel I. substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to> ."
V Oailer the railway depot. Free 'bus to and from trains. Boats attached to' the hotel, I
Hood J J Peacock Frank aamarksR R L MotlowWilliam \ ARTHUR T. FEASTER. with fishing tackle on board for the use of guest, 'Rate., from |:3.00 per day and; \" I d
F A Losley his upwards; special rates by the week or month. M. J. BOYCE. .d G i!
F Fletcher
hnoett C Brown Nelson lIenrylIlmllton _, MAx.ozn.r : GEORGE ZAI'F, Proprietor. Manager. ',,;.'r: t

Louis K Myers r _. .. ...,. '' s '
T Eoppelowtorwood I W II Maxwell F FletcherAmos ------ -- ------ -':------'----- ------.--P--- 'If'1.
Wm T AIcRae ApplewhiteThe Open All The Year. .
W T Futch .
R L Motlow gauntlet thrown down by the national

Robert Pentland who walk from Railway stations
Morgan Roberl Pentland Wheelmen to the California cyclists of and Steamboat land- wheeling. SEA :FOOD SPECIALTY. 4'

B F A,Losley have seceded, to form organization with a will t4' Ings. HARRY' L. BEEMAN, Manager. 1')1;) :
Walton P G their own, has been taken up the banks of the
W0 F A Walton Losley and hereafter It Is to be war to the knife.The ..,w ... far-famed On Indian River. Until June 10th for rater, etc., write, care Ssn'Jnan' Hotel, Orlando, FL... 1. $i i '

too Chas H Walton r --__.____ ._- ___.-- -_-----...---. .- < 'f' >""f, I

d'era: Prof F A Losley J W Kline Colonnades STANTOHHODSE.D..J. ', ::r1 n ] >=

Ballard W Thaddens F Futch Cassela Swannanoa e a a The Ci 'i" 1 1I 1ot

Bart Prof J W KlineW ASHEVILLE, N" C.. ; "
; O Simmons On the Peninsular, opposite DAYTONA. 'JONES. .- Proprietor \ 'a"

b Eiw :J W T W Hinton THOUGH modest and unobtrusive, Large, airy and well-furnished rooms, with all'Modern Conveniences,, electric -
II z mirk Ballard II no better conducted hotel InAsbe.itle. Rates $2.00 'day. Special Terms t t"
llle ,0 R Gaillard there of The Swan.naDoa lights, bells, etc. per
'Thaddeu. Cassela The popularity location III Plenty of shade outside hotel make It A delightful plaCe forchildren

o.ban J C MorrowE Is dne atmosphere to III unlqae the excellence of Dancing twice a week In Casino. u d Families. ; re

Frank A Gray Louisiana III homelike cuisine and III very moderate prices.. REDUCED RATES for Summer season, T.5Q per week and upward Engage '- j .
H J Shirley 12.50 per da,. Liberal weekly your: rooms at once : Two Minutes,Walk from Centra*. p *
R. BAWL?, from Daytona depot. address: i
Graha1l1 Proffield mine FREE HACK Depot $* ;.
Prop. 1 :' SYDNEY HAIGH Prop., -
altos. W Hindi Central, on street car 1IM. '. f .' + ;; Seabreece, Fla. ,OHATTANOOOA, TENN. ,tin f H .
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la the County Seat of Brevard., It Is 'the bead of navigation the famous Indian
'. Will Olives Grow on the'East' Married. nearly opposite the north entrance' to Banana River, and U 154 miles south of' Jack
and two colored churches; good white and colored
five white schools
t Tttusvllle has
; C Coast Many of our read'ere will be surprised tannin! extract, fibre and Ice factories; lumberyard, electric light works, ,a brick Jail 'a good; aw and
to learn'that Miss Jessie Byrd Keller of I house, brick armory for the Indian River Guards two hotels,

rat MIDDI.ETOWN, N, Y., June 17, '97, Daytona, well known by the residents of boarding houses. ihelledVoid., tyro railroads, a steamboat line, two fine wharves for sail and steamboat several.
Titusville is married. Mr John bewell U excellent,and the hammock and other lands in thlaseetlon-for
ftfi 60 East Main St. of Miami, Is the lucky husband He was Tbe hunting rW.ugar-oan and fishing* amt many other thin ga, as well as vegetable growing-are said to belomeofthS'fln :
Editor Advocate: married to Miss Keller at Cottage Grove Pineapples also may be grown here under partial shade. .
Dear Sr:-Enclosed please Sod check near Calera Ala., last week and, almost st In theetate.Titullvllle' prominent:/ and live merchants-whose standing advts. will be found
for paper. We very much enjoy Items Immediately left for the home of the Among for whom we solicit a share of the patronage'of the ADVOCATE read : oil this
the following
of life on the East Coast, and would like bride's parents at Daytona. page-are .
t i: low 1897 Model Globe Gasoline Engine.BtatlonarvandBUrtn to know If olives have ever been planted The following is the announcement received -- :
there and. with what success. at the ADVOCATE office: "Mr
: Yours very truly, I and Mrs.'John Crozier Keller announce ROBBINS & 'GRAHAM! DUREN! & .....
E. SILK. the marriage of their daughter Jessie __
S a D Byrd;' to Mr. John Sewell, Wednesday, GROCERIES; FRUITS fi YHiUfiiABLiss.; ; Florida
, June 16th, 1807; Cottage Grove Alabama. .uxJL1.-.1 cr ...
Trees e Mr. and titre.' John Sewell, Miami, Crockery Glass and Tinware.
o About Camphor Fla." Western Meats ,of All Kinds.TITUSVILUE Your:
-, The happy pair have the congratula- WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND patronage; Solid
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MoBiLK, ALA., lions I of their numerous friends along : FLORIDA
? 00 June" 22, 189'7. the East Coast In which the. '..A.DVOCAT8heartily UNITED SPATES COURTS.
1 Editor Advocates. .t They passed through, Tltusvllle yes E.: ::r... ':ee:: :c &:, : 3R
) 'Dear 811'-In the Pacific Rural Press terday afternoon en route to their future ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished

San Francisco,' Cal., May 22, '91, 1 saw home at Miami. Groceries Grain. Hay Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple a Fancy Groceries
a very; Interesting article concerning the for Lands In Sward and Dade ,
VL camphor tree by Dr. E. M. Bale of FlorIda Gone Avr,.. And Food Products of all kinds., Grain Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,Oi
who reports having planted camphortrees Counties. Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusive
I Ir In 1898. Camphor has been made the above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patw
In Florida. In the June number of the On Wednesday the following party left Very truly,'E. L. BRADY BRO.
sir Titusville
Southern Tourist and Gardner, of Louis Tltusvllle for' the north to spend the List ,
r 1 ville Ky., on page 3, Is a picture of a summer: Mrs. J. Y. Miller and daughter We have a large !

.. l){to 138-W. P.'The Park young,Jacksonville.camphor tree located In St. >James for senden Richmond(who has Canada been;spending Mrs. W. D.several Mus- of Lands owned by FxE: =I.E :JN"S: a.J R iicxE1.: ...

ftafMt moot Reliable Eoonoinlnal: ana Danhl
rower for Latinoha Auxiliary Power foryaoht will you please let me know what yon months In town with| her sister, Mrs. M. Pro1eo1; ; 'YO'U.X'" Prope
*and bunlnew boat,and where stationary. know about camphor trees In Florida P. Bobbin), Bath Me.; Mr. and Mrs. C. ourselves and clients: "
sit power required., Where,)growing Address of parties K. Kenyon and Mr. A. A. Barrelle, New. I BY INSURING IN The "Old Hartford, Fireman's Fund, Providence '
BENJ. W. JEROMK, with whom I can communicate\>> you tonville. Mass.; and Mr. A. C. Gardner, Price for unimproved loRton; or Sun Mutual Insurance Company. All well known as the stronger/
for Maonfaotnrers ,,
Bole the
Bupreaentatlre In safest companies In America. GEO. B. .RUMPH, Jit.,
; know that of Dr. E. M, Hale? for Rochester N.Y. All the above left
Mate of Florida. and prim KOCKLBDOS on application.If >%.A.CVCatalogum I think the camphor tree Is the coming Jacksonville, yesterday for New York- lands $3 to $100 Agent for East Coast,
Industry of Florida and the Gulf coast on board the steamer Comanche. Tltusvllle, Plo
region. Itwlll surpersedo the orange for Mr. Geo. M. Robbing also departed for per acre.

commercial purposes New York,' but may not remain longer I H. H. :DICKEY,.Groceries.: ,J. T. HINTON, :
Very Respectfully; than.a week; while Mrs. Bobbins and -

W. H.: GABBBTT.WIlLsom family and kiss Annie Paddison have WE have a few Residence, Orange 'East
Coast & Meat
gone to Point Caswell, N. C., to spend Grocery HaTituavilie
( of our readers please answer part of tho summer with their parents Grove and Pineapple, Properties In desirable
.the abovo?-ED.], Captain and Mrs. R. P. Paddison. Mrs.C. Fla.
I' .F. Fischer expects to leave ,for New locations. Prices Reasonable.
1 Jersey next week.'Enlragement Fine Groceries Staple'' Articles '
Those Sunken, Logs.' ( 'TTTU3VILLE.

.t --:- t of Miss Collier and OFFICES, : \ WEST PALM BEACH ......Fratts and leg
MELBOURNE, June 21, 1807. Julian Harris of'Atlanta. ( and MIAMI.MILLINERY. Western ,and. Florida ,HEATS of all K'

Editor .Advocate./ : -
KST" Special Attention given to Mall Orders. Give as a 1
,BieCIVCKTHITi Dear Sir-I quite agree with the remarks :Mayor Chas. A. Collier of Atlanta, announcer you will be pleased.
ISHCST AWARD MI PuRrrr. of "A Boatman". in last week's the engagement of his daughter .. .
ADVOCATE respecting those sunken and Miss Julia, to Julian Harris, night editor -
: daolf8rou.loga which scattered about' of the Constitution and eldest son of
;; W.. SIMMS, In the neighborhood of the docks, to the Joel Chandler Harris.< Interest attachesto and DRESSMAKING.Mall THE DECANTER.
this union throughout .the I South because -
danger of row and sail boats. Why did
f j' BOLH AGENT' AND your Town Council allow the contractors of the high social position of both.
t: to' throw the old piling Into the river? Mr. Harris Is :22\ Is night editor of the .Lesley c1C Renaker
.Wholesale Liquors and why don't they make them remove Constitution and one of the, most prominent : ,
,. ,. journalists In the South.
young ,
these dangerous obstructions to
.1 and Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies Runs Gins and Wb
\ He has' been In journalism four
('' ? Our Councilmen would by no years ,
,0; Jacksonville Florida. '
? and served for a time on the TImenHerald :
means, tolerate such a thing. Bottled Beers, Ales and Stoat.
@Z" wror. Prices.PINEAPPLE ,ANOTHER BOATMAN.. of Chicago. He has decided literary
talent, and has,written many charming A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Ta
uil t ,'
r stories. Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given i to
Miss Collier a woman of artistic orders. order. LOSLEY A RENAKER TltusvIllJ"Wagons
PLANTS. A young Cash must. accompany your ,
Few Words- from Daytona.AHBMM1 and literary talent and the unionIs

** In every way a desirable one. The I
DAYTONA, FLAq'June 23,.'97 *. wedding Is to occur In ,November with ''i I '
v. 'Take Notice. the blessings of the city and Uncle, Re- For
""-' Editor. : mus-"of the world at large."
k Red Spanish and Fancy Variety. Blips Dear -EncI'rolod please And check Mr. Harris made a trip to Nassau
4'' and Sucker for Sales Apply to for'91.601n payment of ;year's subscrip with the members of the Florida Press

W.. ClOBDOIf BROWN tion to the ADVOCATE. Association last winter and the ADVOCATE Of. All 'Kind's..',
Ilobe Sound Fla. I Intend i going up. Into the mountains representations found him a particularly
some where for a ,little while and bright and jovial companion orders solicited. Satisfaction Buggies Carts and Harness 'also Genera

I ". ,shall visit Alb vlll. before my return. on tho voyage-barring the,short time guaranteed. .
Fancy Pineapple Slips & Suckers Daytona Is as beautiful as ever, every he was so seasick.
; ,
,'* cottage on the beach Is said to be either Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds, ,
.$ \ for Sale; already occupied or engaged for the season Orange Grove Residence Tltusvllle Fla. Go or send your orders to w. T. MIMS-
to be occupied later. The residents
s; Abbakas, Egyptian Queen, Golden and mechanics are all busy, and later for Sale. Bicycle Sundries kept In Stock., Titusville, 1
Queen Porto Rloot8mooth Cayenne and there will be room and business for many tea,
Bed S anl.h. ._ more,'as there are many houses to be A fine grove and garden property of TitusYille Barber ShopCall
,HADDOCK 4 MA'tTlIAMI.'Palm built by falL 12 acres, fronting on the Indian River
r'r'I, Beach'Plnery," MBS. W. U. MclWTYKK.: and extending back to the county roadat L. R. ;: DECKER
I West: Palm,Beach Fla. Sharpes-about 13 miles south of
at the above place and get your
Tltusvllle-known as the Brook place;
t BOO( bearing trees; good house, four -- -]::: Will keep constantly on band a Full ,Supply of :::[-
;j fancy Pln .. Eau ,Gallie. rooms and kitchen; servants' house and Bair Out, Shave, Shampoo,

Before placing-your order for Smooth Mrs. M. L. -went to Fort Pierce packing Apply house to Price, $4,500.00.. or Tonsorial work of all kinds tone by I CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBI

1b.. 'Cayenne or Abbaka plants write for Tuesday, for a sort visit. BOBBINS' A OBAHAM H. S., MEADOR, Prop.,
delivered state Attys. for owners
price ; quantity.
a.BeoUT. PINERY: Internal Revenue Inspector Miller was Tltusvllle, Fla. Washington ave., Tltusville Fla. :Dressed: !! sad: Rough.: ::
BAHIA, FLA., here last Friday, on official business..
r,_ t!' Also Mouldings and Turned Work Brick Lime Ce
--o Rev. W. '0. Barnes was here from ; ,

Pineapple Blips.' Melbourne on. the,. launch 3ean, Mon G. CARY-ELWES .
; dL r and Crates of All Descriptions.
day.Mrs. -
"' Abbaka, Queen Pernainbuoo and Rod here Titusville: ; '
E. J. Burns left
Wedne.daymorning. 'J.ori
1 Apply L, slips MABVINr for' sale., her home, at on Canaveral.the steamer. Spartan.,'for rIeEI: : : : :=:NSVr.A.NC: : : .

Everglade West Plantation Palm Beach, :Fla. Dr. Dodson, Tltusvllle's eminent dentist :Representing some of, the Leading Fire Insurance Companies. Will write JAMES: PBITCHABD, President; W.. M., BBOWW, VIce-Presldent:

i.i' has opened an office In the Eureka Policies anywhere In Brevard County. Schuyler, Cashier.
building for a few days.

,Pineapple,_Plants for Sale. The Queen's Jubilee was observed by Your Business, Solicited. INDIAN'Riv STATE BAN

several of our citizens of British birth, TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. ,
: Red Spanish, Egyptian and Ripley by the display of fireworks Tuesday IB H w
v? Queens Abbakas Envllle City, Porto evening. (Incorporated
the Laws
:Jco. Charlotte Rothobllds and Smooth of the State of Florida.)3Authorized ):

''Oayenne. Guaranteed. flrst-class plants. H./D. Johnson loft on Wednesday : FOR SALE. HomeGrownW : capital $100
for Boston Mass Mr. Johnson Is frequent '
'y J. IL> L1ITotTRNAtJ'; a '
r Eden, Fla. and Interested visitor to the East : Paid up capital, $25

y quarters.Coast making Eau Gallie. his"head PINEAPPLE- SLIPS AND SUCKERS r..r-r- ::E-: Average deposits, $150

Pineapple. Slips For Sale. Among the visitors to our town'' this Of* the following Varieties : ,Transacts a General Ban)
-----co .
week were noticed Dr. Holmes, of
Porta Rica, ,Abakka Golden Queen Sharpes; Dr. Brown, of Melbourne; Rev. ibbaka. Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, Rlpley Queen, 'Smooth __ Business.
best varieties, for '>sale. at reasonable S. F. Maj. Lovett of Jacksonville aIIi
; and Red
.Cayenne; Pernunbuco Spanish. I
,prices. Apply.to and Sheriff Brown of Titusville. I
li A. OOLDT, :: Largest and Oldest Bank on the
t OOMBX Indian River, Flat Dr. J. B. Hays and son Frank, after a App17'to p. C.-MATTHAMS Florida Pineapple Co.--
month's visit with Geo. W., Hays,, at West Palm Beach, Fla. : Exchange sold on all Foreign Coantf
Aiplnwall left last Monday for Carrol- .

Choice Pineapple Plants. ton, 111., very well pleased with his short BBADLKT: REDFIELD. E. B. REDFIELD.ESTABLISHED DIRECTORS
'- vacation In Florida regretting that his JA5.rrieeAaoW.B.AASerrr\Ile I
i' Smooth Cayenne, Envjl City Abbaka practice called him'home soon. :RDF .T. dJ.&C)1V: of DmUtBB the National
4'' and-Red Spanish grown without oo.erJ :Misa Annie Paddlson left on the 1871.' 141 DOCK STREET. Jacksonville). and W M. BBOWS-
and from young plants Guaranteed) steamer Courtenay Monday mornlngf COBRESPONDENT8
tlr.t-claas. Apply or address, Cocoa and Tltusvllle. Miss Paddison Wholesale Fruits and Vegetables Seaboard National Bank of New. yo
fi + C. A. ROBINSON, will spend the summer with her parents, National Bank of JaokioBTllla.FRED. !
Eden, Indian River, Fla. at Point Caswell, N. C. and her many Philadelphia, Pa. .rUSVILLE: 'E'LA..
friends here trust she wIU\ return to Eau
cy Pineapple Gallie In the fall, as her presence will be Write us for Stencil and our "Colored" Card. Ship us your pineapples and .
'F Plants. very much missed In social and church we will do our best for yon. .
1 circles, which she has so eminently aidedto 0tli

"e Hardy, vigorous, wlthoal'ahel- enliven and adorn. ... uU
grown u ,
tier smooth-leaved Cayenne Abbakaand Our colored folks out at White City ...)
.Jamaica Ripley, plants for sale.Porto are enjoying an old-fashioned revival, The Premier Flour of America. .p

K. C. B..TYNDALL, under the Inspiration of the Rev. Miller, 0 ,
Waveland, Fla. a colored Baptist preacher, of much PRESCRIPTIONS
f; :/ force and eloquence. Services are held .0f. E f- ia

day and night, amid Intense fervor and Unexcelled r Biscuit
\t. / Rico Slips excitement, and as 'a result''one young "tS: REP ARED. C

(if .* '--- .. woman has gone clean crazy Dr.Brown / ... CCD
.w ft Grown under cover. Apply for prices of :Melbourne having been called to -at- C'ISo
t0 the Delaney Porto Rico Pineapple tend her. C
) c :Plantation, Mtcoo, Fla. ''TI&unlUe'a& Fourth of July celebration fr fi4 0HlB md 11

promises to be a great attraction and .. ] :;::
'A!' number from here to at-
; quit a expect CABAMIB"lttr"t ns
+ Ou.vas Wanted.
yrr : tend. The East Coast Line will probably ... f C
r \' ," '- attach passenger coach to the Bread Pastry en
'Highest oash pries paid for guavas. In southbound freight train on the nightof "
'any quantity: and at any station on the.Bast July Sth, which will be quite an accommodation .
r. Coast BaU.a,. Write or apply to to Cocoa, Eau Gallla and CHAFFEE & C4. DRUGGIS
4 \ v' v.r," ,': '**. CARNE Melbourne people, In enabling them to : ,
v. ..'A4; Ormond, return from the celebration at a reasonable P. I. Special Attention PaleS to Mall Orders.
Refer to Editor ADVOCATE.FKi : :. hour. I"BED" CfAi1Ri FI
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Married.-- I I IITUSVILLE Is the County Seat' of Brevard. It Is the bead of navigation on the famous Indian
\V111 Olives Grow the East
II River is nearly opposite the north entrance to Banana River, and Is 154 miles south of Jacksonvllle. -
CoaatMIDDt.ETOWN + Tltuavllle has five white and two colored churches; good white and colored schools also
to Many learn'that of our Miss readers Jessie will Byrd be surprised Keller of tannin extract, fibre and ice factories; lumberyard, electric light works; ,, a brick jail, a good and

Daytona, well known by the residents of safe banking institution, opera house, brick armory for the Indian River Guards, two hotels, several
IliM N. Y., June 17, '07, Titusville, Is married. ,; Mr John Sewell, boarding houses, 'shelled roads, two railroads, a steamboat line, two fine wharves for sail and steamboats,
M East Main St. of Miami, Is the lucky husband. He was The hunting and fishing Is excellent, and the hammock and other lands in section-for orange,
1 t FLA, Editor Advocates' married to Miss Keller at Cottage Grove lemon, peach, rice, sugar-cane! and many other things, as well as vegetable growing-are said to be some
last week almost of the finest In thestate. Pineapples, also may be grown here under partial shade. "
Dear Sfr:-Enclosed please 'find check near Calera, Ala., ana
and adfts. will be
for We much enjoy Items Immediately left for the home of tbebride's Among Tltusvllle's prominent live merchants-whose standing found on this
share of tbe the :ADVO<<1ATB readers
the following, for whom we solicit a patronage :
would like at Daytona. page-are
of life on'the East Coast, and parents
haw 1897 ,Model Globe Gasoline Engine. to know If olives have ever been planted The following Is the announcement re- .. ,
there and with what success. ceived ''at the ADVOCATE office: "Mr.

Tours very Eo truly SILK., the and marriage Mrs.-Jobn of Crosier their daughter Keller announce, JessieByrd. ROBBINS & GRAHAM I DUREN;; & ,FEASTER......

I II ) De to Mr. John Bewell' Wednesday, GROCERIES FRUITS I &: VEGETABLES Florida
June 16th, 1807 Cottage drove, Alabama. ai
...La"" er ... ,
About Camphor Trees ." Mr and Mrs. John Sewell, Miami, Crockery, Glare and Tinware.
Fla. Western Meats W All Kinds
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LJLl: The happy 'pair have the congratulations -I WILL PRACTICE IN STATE. AND Your: patronage Solicited

MOBILE, ALJL., of their numerous friends along TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
00 June 22,1807. the East Coast, In which the. ADVOCAT UNITED SPATES COURTS.

Editor Advocate: .%. heartily They; passed joins. through Titusvllle ;yesterday E- :t: ::e:: :o d.SRO.:
.. ," A Dear Sir-In the Pacific Rural Press. afternoon, en route to their future ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished
San Francisco, Cal., May 22, '97, I saw home at Miami.
j Groceries Grab Hay Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple & Fancy Groceries
a very interesting article concerning the for Lands In Breiard and Dade Fn

If camphor tree by Dr. X. M. Hale, of Flor- Gone Away.On And Food Products of all kinds., Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,Grog
ida, who reports having planted camphortrees Counties. :Food and Wheat. We are tbe only house on Indian River,dealing exclusively ,
t In 1803. Camphor has been madeIn the above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patron
Florida. In the June number of the Wednesday the following party left :
Southern Tourist and Gardner of Louisville Tltusvllle for- the north to spend the Very truly, E. L. BRADY ABRO.., Titusvllle, plaF'IRE3

4 __ iJi Ky.; on page 3, Is a picture, of a summer: Mrs. J. Y. Miller and daughter, We have a large List -

Ptatlotwrv' and Marine IWto 148,Jr. P.'The Park young Jacksonville.camphor tree located in St. James senden for Richmond(who has, Canada been;spending Mrs. W. D.several Mus- of Lands owned by : ::: :JN'S: UFt a % OEJ.:: ...

4 '.- BtfMt Power,moot for L KalUbla unohee.,Economical'Auxiliary anil Power Durable for Will you please let me know what yon months In town with| her sister, Mrs. M. Pro"teo"t Your PropertJ
i yaohM and bualneu boat,and where itatlonarr know about camphor trees In Florida P. Robbing), Bath, Me.; Mr. and Mrs. C. ourselves and clients ,
power farequtred.BENJ. Where,, growing? Address. of parties K. Kenyon and Mr. A. A. Barrelle, New- BY INSURING IN The "Old Hartford," Fireman' Fund Provldenon Was
W. JEROME, with whom I can communicate? Do you tonville, Mass.; and Mr. A. C. Gardner, Price for unimprovedlands Ington, or Sun Mutual Insurance Company. All well known as the strongest ai
i Bole Bopreeentativ for Manufacturer* In the know that of Dr. E. U, Hale? for Rochester, .L' .tate"" of Florida. and prices KOOKLBOOS, FLA. I think the camphor tree Is the coming Jacksonville, yesterday, for New York- $3 to $ 1OO Agent for East Coast,
tVCataloffuei on application.
Industry of Florida and the Gulf 'coast on board the steamer Comanche. Tltusvllle, Florida.
I .e region. Itwill surpersede the orange for. Mr. Geo. M. Bobbins also departed for per acre.

--- commercial purposes., New York; but may not remain longer H. H. :DICKEY, Groceries. J. T, HINTON, Meat
Very Respectfully than a week: while Mrs. Bobbins and -

W. !I; GAKnETT.Will : :.' family and Miss Annie Paddlson have WE'have a few Residence, Orange '
gone to Point Caswel, N. C., 'to spend East Coast Grocery & Meat Mark

( some of our readers please answer, part Of the summer:with their parents Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable
..the above?-ED.], Captain and Mrs. R. P. Paddlson. Mrs. Titusvilie, Fla.
C. F. Fischer expects to leave for New locations. Prices Reasonable

Jersey next week.Engagement Fine Groceries Staple Articles '
Those Sunken + TITU3VILLE.
t OFFICES" 1 C WEST PALM BEACH, ....Fruits and Yegetabl
""" """7"MKLBOVBITK t of Miss Collier and
't and MIAMI.
: :, 'June 21, 1807.- Julian Harris of Atlanta. Western and Florida MEATS of all Kinder

.' h Editor..Advocate *,
Special Attention given to Mall Orders.' Give us a trial .
,. ,aiCIIVCD TIM Dear Sir-I quite agree with remarks Mayor Chas A. Collier of Atlanta, announces MILLINERYand you will be pleaeed.
'4 "HlMCSTAWARD "PURITT. of "A Boatman," in last week'sADVOCATE the engagement of his daughter .. .
respecting those sunken anddanlfOrouslogl Miss Julia, to Julian Harris, night editor -
of the Constitution and eldest of
: which are scattered aboutIn son : THE DECANTER.
ROBT. W.: SIMMS Joel Chandler Harris. Interest attaches DRESSMAKING
the neighborhood of the docks, to the
to this union.througbout the; South because -
danger of row and sail boats. Why did
., :'AGENT ; of tbe high social of both.
k 0OIJO : AND position
Town Council allow the contractors
your the Mr. Harris is 22, is night editor of the -Lesley & Renaker
to throw old piling Into the river ?
1w .Wholesale e Liquors and why don't they make them removethese Conktltutton and one of the most promi- ,
nent, journalists In the South.
dangerous obstructions to naviga- He has young been In journalism four years Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies, Runs, Gins and Whisk!
Councilmen would
tion ? Our by no
Jacksonville. '' Florida. ;
and served for a time on the Times-Her Ales
Bottled Beers and Stout.
means. tolerate such a thing. ,
w 'WP Wr\te for Prices.PINEAPPLE ANOTHER BOATMAN.A aid of Chicago. He has decided literary
talent, and has,written many charming A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Table

stories 1 Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to ma
Miss Collier a young woman of artistic ordors. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY A RENAKER, Tltusvllle,Fl
PLANTS. Few Words from Daytona;.. and literary; talent, and the union
1 -i Is In every ,way a desirable one. The
DAYTONA, FLA.,'June 22, '97 wedding is to occur in November with
t, Take: ,Notice. the blessings of the city and Uncle Re- For
.&...-. Editor Advocate f mus-"of the world at large." / Wagons'O ,
> Red Spanish and Fancy Variety Slips Dear Sir::-Enclosed please find check Mr. Harris made a trip to Nassau yes.
,and Suckers for Sale.* Apply to for'$1.00 In payment of year's subscrip with the members of the Florida Press y
"' W. GoKDOir BROWN,' tion to the DVOOATJ:. Association last winter, and the ADVOCATE < All Kinds,
s Ilobe Sound, Fla. I Intend ,going up Into the mountains representations found him a particularly -
some where for a ,little while and bright and jovial companion Mail orders solicited. Satisfaction. Buggies, Carts and Harness, also General &
shall visit Ashevllle before my return. on the voyage-barring the.short time guaranteed.
o, Fancy Pineapple Slips '&; Suckers Daytona Is as beautiful as ever every he was so seasick. I Mrs. Helen W. >Reynolds, :aZOTOLE: D.&IPA.I::: : : G-,
} I cottage on the beach is said to be either :
for Sale already: occupied or engaged for the season Orange Grove and Residencefor Tltusvllle Fla.Titusville Go or send your orders to w. F. MIMS
1 .. .
-, to be occupied later. The residents
Abbakas, Egyptian Queen, Golden and mechanics are all busy and later Sale.' ... Bicycle Sundries kept In Stock. Titusville, Fla.
', Queen Porto Rico Smooth: Cayenne and there will be room and business for many -
Rod MADDOCKApply,.: ,_to more,'as there are many houses to be A fine grove and garden property of Barber Shop --r-
built by fall. ..12, acres, fronting on the Indian River
l Palm Beaoh'Plnery," :MBS. W. U. MoIN 1YRa.. and extending back to the county roadat L"B ,DECRER..ar:
West Palm Beach Fla. Sharpes-about 15 miles south of
ac Call at the above place and get your
Tltusvllle known the Brook ,
as place; ----]::: Will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of'' :::[-
I COO bearing tree.; good house, four
fancy Pines. Eau Gallie. I rooms and kitchen; servants' house and Hair Cat, Shave, Shampoo,

Before -order packing house to Price, 450000.t or Tonsorial work of all kinds done by x CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER >
for Smooth Apply
placing your Mrs. M. L. Payne went to Fort.Pierce ,
or Abbaka plants, write for Tuesday, for short visit. ,
price, delivered; state quantity. Atty., for owners, Tltusvllle Fla. I1rrtstletac1 L111C1
"t GBESCJUTT PIMBHY, Internal Revenue Inspector Miller was Tltusvllle, Fla. Washington ave., Rough.Also .
t' BAIUA, FLA.. here last Friday, on official business.
Mouldings and Turned Work Brick Lime CemeD
Rev. W. O. Barnes was here from ; ,

Pineapple Slips. Melbourne on the launch dean, Mon G. CARY-ELWES, r e and Crates of All Descriptions.'

Abbaka., Queen: Pernainbuoo and n'oct day.Mrs. ritlzervilie, .' Florida;
E, J. Burns left here Wednesday
Spanish pineapple' slips for sale. morning, on the steamer Spartan, 'for :FIRE: : :: INST'R.A.N'CE.Representing ::J : .
e Apply; to 'L, MARVIN, her home at Canaveral. '
Everglade Plantation, Will write JAMES PBITCHABD President; W.' M. BROWN, Vlce-Presldent:
West Palm Beach, Fla.t Dr. Dodson, Tltusvllle's eminent dentist some of the Leading Fire Insurance ,Companies. C. Sehuyler,
has opened an office la the Eureka Policies anywhere In Brevard County.
building for a few days. v STATE

i t Pineapple,Plants for Sale. The Queen's Jubilee was observed by Your Business, Solicited. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. INDIAN BANK

several of our citizens of British birth, .
,t Red Spanish, Egyptian and Ripley by: the display of fireworks Tuesday e
y; Queen Abbakas, Envllle City, Porto evening. (Incorporated nnder the Laws of the State of F1oi1da.)j
Rico, Charlotte Rothohllds and Smooth ( -
ltrenne. Guaranteed Unit-class plants II. D. Johnson left on Wednesday, FOR SALE.... Home-Grown Authorized capital, $100,00
I J. II., LETOPRNAU, for Boston, M....*. Mr. Johnson la a freJ Paid up capital, $26,00
N Eden, Fla. quent and Interested visitor to the East
> quarters.Coast, making Eau Gallle his. head -Y:' PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS; Average deposits, $16O.OO

r Pineapple Slips For Sale.Port Among the visitors to our town this Of the following Varieties : Transacts a General ,Hankie

1 RJca, 'Abakka,' Golden'' Queen, Sharper week were; Dr. Brown noticed, of Dr.Melbourne Holmes;,Rev.of Abbaka. Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, Ripley Queen, Smooth Business.

best varieties, for sale at reasonable S. F. Qove;: Maj. Lovett of Jacksonville; .Cayenne Pernambuco and Red Spanish. I
.>>rlo_ Apply; to and Sheriff: Brown, of Tltuaville ; Largest and Oldest Bank on the Bin
A. GoLDY, Apply' to Q.( C MATTHAMS Florida Pineapple Co.,- "" ,
t. GoMEZ, Indian River, Fie Dr. J. B. Hays and son Frank after a West Palm Beach, Fla.I Exchange told on all Foreign Countries.
month's visit with Geo. W. hays, at -
Asplnwall, left! last Monday for Carrol- DI RECTORS iJAs.FarrcHAaoW.fl.BAsam I
Choice Pineapple Plants. ton, Ill., very well pleased with his short BRADLEY: REDFIKI.D. E. B. RSDInLD.RuJDFT ((Preeide l l 1''
vacation In Florida, regretting that his of the National'Bank of JaekconTUle),J.'
Smooth Cayenne Abbaka practice called blm home so soon : _'I. .r W &ON": OVUM (Vlce-rreeldent National hank I
Envl( City, JackwmvUl), and W. M. Bswwn.coanxepoNDENTS. .'
and Red Spanish, grown without! cover :Miss Annie Faddlson left on the ESTABLISHED 1871. 11 DOCK STREET. : .
r and from young plants. Guaranteedfrstclass. steamer Courtenay Monday morning-tor Seaboard National Bank of New York
Apply or address, Cocoa and Tltnsvllle. Miss Paddlson Wholesale ,Fruits and Vegetables, National Bank Jackoovlllc. *
a C. A. ROBINSOIT,. will spend the summer with her parents, '1 .rUSVILLE
Eden, Indian River, Fla. at Point Caswell, N. C..' and her many Philadelphia Pa. FL:.. ..
friends here trust she will return to Eau .
and "Colored" Card. Ship us pineapples and
Write us for our your
Gallie In the fall, as her presence will be .
Fancy Pineapple Plants. very much missed In social and church we will do our beet for you. .

circles, which she has so eminently aidedto w. ou 0I

Hardy, vigorous, without she enliven and adorn. '
grown c
;, ter smooth-leaved Cayenne. Abbaka Our colored folks out at White City The Flour of America. 0
and Jamaica Ripley plants for sale. I are enjoying an old-fashioned revival, Premier O
}t.. C. B...TYNDALl., under the Inspiration of the Rev.' Miller, ROPERLY AND 0V
Waveband, Fla. a colored Baptist preacher of much I- ROUPTLY (DD .i
force and eloquence. Services are held .,
day; and night, amid intense fervor and Unexcelled Biscuit "tS REP ARED. n
fe Porto loco Slips;; excitement, and as 'a result'one young >. c

woman has gone clean craiy; Dr.Brown, ; ca'C
of Melbourne been called to at- ,'
Grown under cover. Apply for prices having
wK r to the Delaney Porto .Rico Pineapple tend her. ForBread A Md o C t .N
Plantation Mloco Fla. so
Tltusvllle's Fourth of July celebration yIITorIuo' ;;
fi ', ... promises to be a great attraction, and PAT> CD
,* Guavas quite a number from here expect: to at .:! f)
F, {, 4. Wanted. tend. The East Coast Line will probably C/)
; attach passenger coach to the Pas try.W "
,' Highest'cash price paid for guavas. In south-bound freight train on the nightof --FRED.
any quantity; ,and at any station on the July 6th, which will 'be 'quite an accommodation S. CHAFFEE & CO. DI UGGISTSpec -
Let. Coast Railway.Write or apply; to to Cocoa, Ban Galls and ,
'p :' ''.' JAS. CABHBLI. Melbourne people, in enabling them to Attention Paid to Mall Orders.,
,'I Ormond, Fla.It" \ return from the celebration at a reasonable Represented by F. ,I. BURST '* JACKSONVILLE FLA. 'RED cnArrxa. J
Refer to Editor ADVOCATE. hour. flrggiet: Titusville, Fla.

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