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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: July 2, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00085
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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NEWS -MI'. ?. L. Lowry a.d Mr. and Mrs.
-The
OCAL W. L regular bicycle races will be t t'hIOTEL
day. Peters, of Tampa,are In town te- held this Friday)) evening tnntead of DO NOT buy your negligee shirts, or AT COST I Sl0TES..
underweaivat ;tWo
Topic of General Interest Saturday eveningExOovernoa. ? any fashionable\ have -

, -Read the programme of the Fourth W. H. etauma. of : seen the the Eagle large Clothing and Store stockat I win sell my entire stock,,' consistingof _..-to stop., Son-:list of. hotels emIm1M.

_Ml. General Goulp la connection of July celebration at Tltusvllle on our :Eau Gallle, was a> pUaaaat visitor to TUosvllle. dry goods clothing shoe, hats and 7th ..
..Bay. take Worth:Indian, 6th page. town yesterday. caps, gents' furnishing ROodk.>.etc., etc.,
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M4 .Halifax Rivers, Key Wait -Mr. "..1>. Crabb, of Cocoa, lain: town positively> at cost Come and be convinced Read i the new' hotel ad.of the Fort'Plel'Oll 1l, '
I 1,0rtherImportantPoint, aloalr the -Rev. Edward Johnson will hold service '. -Mr. and Mw. Goo F. Miles, of St this tnoralng.Mis that we mean what we nay. hotel Fort :Jtorco and Algonquin 'p
at St. Gabriel's Augustine, expect: to leave for hotel
Episcopal church Hotel St.
Augustine on 7th
r etet.f :Florida. Brief mention of .* Anna Eaton Is ,JULIUS Kunic, page a
Titusville, on Sunday next, July 4th.rriTMlyor Coquina, Ornond, this week.It now th. happy
of Event* from Vej-lou Part* : possessor 04 a fine Columbia bloyole. Titusville, Fie..Fitly Mr. J. A.' Happersette,rentlf manager
,
x ,World| About People You KnowipwoU R. Freeman Hall, recently of is said that President McKinley of the Indian,. River hotel TltuvlUe *. 1''
Ton Don't Know-Picked has been spending several- will shortly nominate George W. Allen -Mr. 11.."'. Whitaker, Armour: Co.'s ,' now hold a position witlatI. XJsbo ?'
Sorfitr Editor and a larg.etaffrpondent weeks In the City of Mexico. lobe collector of the port of Key West, well known representative, I*. In town Holiday Hate.via Ji., T. Valley Club, Bar Harbor, Mo. n 9
pOur _tiered alone the Fla. to-day. He leaves for Dade county this &; 1C. W. Ky.ta .
There Is to be a beeket picnic at Toledo afternoaiu. : Mr. John Anderson baa just had
rfCowt of Florida. school house, July 3rd. A general -There will be.a Fourth of July ser about 8U! palmetto palms planted on Ue f
<
-M.I'. K July 2nd, 3rd, 4th, A nth, the
Invitation Is extended to all.i.TrDr'John mon at the Presbyterian church next Sackett, of West: Palm : place,, close to Hotel, Ormoad. Several }
Jacksonville A-
If ydu receive' sample copy of M. Dixon Sabbath morning. "Lend us your ears." Beach,,paed through here, yesterday, will sell round, Tampa tickets Key.limited West Ry to, vow of palmettoes have keen planted ,,' 1,
trip
of this ,
to
is intimation thatrow place Is en rout Chicago and pluses In Iowato ,
It an still enjoying himself with relatives in -We understand that Mr.Geo. W. spr...d the summer. July 7th for return, at one fare for the light through Ms fine orange grove ,
I give as pleasure to add your Carrsville, Ky., where he will probably Allen, of Key West will soon receive his round trip, to all polnts-on their: line. We also noted that Mr. Anderson baa 't,' pr
fast-increasing list of *ubun. -11.11.p5: had two artesian- well driven bola
the ,
to our remain until the end'of October. nomination as collector of the port of most novel celebration on
it dos not cost yon three Key West of the anniversary of Quee Victoria was property. rs
per week (postage Included) when -:.Miss DeBogory who .has been at thVictoria. phosphate mine, In Cigars from East Coast Tobacco. The hotels In't N}t
L and It be sent to teaching school -Mrs. Chaa. II.Stewart of Melbourne following ore now open
can Green AlaoAwa
by the year, Dear Cove Spngs, oounty. This mine Is owned < the White Mountains,. N. H. I,'The New t.
|ti any part of the United States or returned to the home of her parents at her passed through Titusville ;yesterday, on and oerated by Little Boo., of Jack. While In Land Commissioner J. E. Mount Pleasant house. under the management y
without extra expenavtADVTg. < Miami Tuesday. way to Seabreete, to spend about a BonvHw Englishmen.. A old '' a
good English
i month with relatives. *. Ingraham's office, "at St. Augustine, this of Anderson* :Price, of Hotel $ s
-- -There was a special meeting of Bre- *dinner of roast bees and plum pudding week, an ADVOOAIB representative wa Orraond; Crawford, hone and the Twin

I vard School Board this week for the -Gen'l. Freight Agent W. J. Jarvis I wan given the men? also lemonade shown come fine samples of tobacco. Mountain house,. managed by Barton 'I
purpose to make estimates for the support Informs us that from 8,000 to 10,000 ,' and a big supply of watermelons. -All'Ne'llberrt"turned grown kt San Mato by Mr. Rawley. He Merrill and Barron.. At the Crawford (V I', t'
g E of the schools, etc. crates of pineapples are dally passing out to. see a game oi also tested some .f the cigars made from house will ee found the Jovial Hoary W.
/I : over his road, en route north. > has.ball between a picked team of cone the same kind of home-grown tobacco Merrill managerof! we Royal' Palm is
MJt/ -We are pleased to.note that Mr. vlot.and a local colored team, In which and found them of very good quality anaftaor. hotel, Miami. ; .
!l1 J) O@IW Sherman Singleton Is on the road to -Mr. J. J. Fox: of Hortl, who came the convicts were defeated 5 to 2. At Why d.not more of our farmer
/ Ou Q1! recovery. He has been very Ill, but up to town last week with Mr. Sherman night a concert was given b?the convicts.. try to cultivate tobacco ,along the East Uotel'ClJqnlna. Ormoad, I I. now open, y
rG A' f! has been able to alt up a little this week. Singleton, has returned home to look l' Coast PPlneapplell under the management of Mr. Harry L. '
after his pineapple plantation.Dr. I Itoeman,of the SaIL Juan hotel.Orlando.,,
'r- -Mrs. J. L. Mather, of Bartow, who QeOd Sucar-Cah&| Laud. Wanted. The..house I* well kept the outline very,
ha been spending a few Weeks In town Scofield, of Cocoa, spent a few Are Still Arrlvtttff I.. good, and the fishing and surf-bathing- 1
with her >\( Fred S. Cbaffee, days 'in St. Angustlne this week, OD this : In front of the hotel U excellent Mr. I
left here Tuesday way to Philadelphia, New York and the I Mr. Courtland Bet mok an,of Jackson The Indian and ten e1
River
: AIL on for Nashville,Tenn. White Mountains : ,ville. la anxious to locate big concern Bay Bisoayne and Mrs.. 'Beamaa make pleasant for J, ,
: to spend the summer. Inland Co' ., steamer St. '* f
Navigation
-Mr. and Mr. J. O. Walton, Chas ,H. on the .East'Coa*t> and would like to all !ilr, Hancock 1* the genial and ..v.obUA'1I1 ..-
Walton and Claud Walton spent from Haines Bros., machinists and engineers get any Information respecting the growIng -: Augustine In command of Capt. A. W. room blcrki I and Mr. Robert !M 4 ..t

--mIXJ mJ Saturday until Monday at that comfortable Jacksonville, are always ready to of sugarcane,.making of syrupy barrels Bute, arrived at Titusville, from the McDonald! the steward I A.lolDllroldea I {/
attend to work pineapple region, at 5:30: on Wednesday opinion 'for the manner In which he I*
entrust to
seaside any you may acre etc. and where
\ hostelry-Coqulna hotel, per good sugarcane with .
morning 1,180 orates of
their care. Their ad. will be found plnenpples, conducting hU department.
Ormond.On on land can be obtained In the Turn- i ,
(( 4th all of which ware shipped over the J., *
iI @ page.A boll hammock.Write him ,
. our 4th page will be found the all particulars. T. A: K. W. Railway. The running of At the meeting of the house of.Assembly
advt'of Dr. C. F. Houston, Bay street, very painful accident happened to steamboat from Titasvllle will considerably on Thursdar evening at Nassau ;fir .r

\ Jacksonville, who Is said to be a very Mr. C. E. Wilson, of the St. Augustine Indian hirer Band Concert. add to the exchequer. of the above N. P., the Hon. J. II. Young, representing
@mJ good and reliable dentist. Give him Journal on Monday. He was using the railroad. The St. Augustine will leave the government, stated that It wouldbe
triaL paper cutter, when the knife clipped the -- Titusville every Monday' Wednesday and remembered that the House had adjourned ,
top of his left thumb otArchdeacon'B. !. Programme Saturday Evening July a. Friday until further notice. untpl' the present date because; ,.
-A very enjoyable dance was held No.1. "!{toq Cotton"March..... ...Sou.a The St. Augustine brought 000 : it was believed that a definite proposal'' f
..
1 F. Brown will hold a.'Marob-"Felisto".n..... ...Potto up ;{
VACAYU at the Opera house, Titusville, on Tues Divine 8. BarlaoneSolo"ruotnatlon"Dnrnhoueeu,4. orates of pineapple this morning, might be received during the recent from
Wi service and celebrate
W day evening excellent: music being supplied munion at Grace, church Holy Com Bermuda-"W.v..of Memory"..Bl.n for the occasion by the band Merritt, on are said to be almost completed, of an hotel In this oily, but the honorable f ,
Sunday next, July 4th, at 10:30 a. m. "'II. "Gllhoolie'i Wadding" finch and '
orchestra.Mrs. ; long member said that to this. timeno
and It Is the will sail for up
Ten Cents Per Line, Per also at 7:30 p. m., at Cocoa. daOO8))... expected soon
definite had the
offer ,
teelf, on this (front) page. T. V. Moore and little son, of at" e. "Spring Flowe.-Wa'ta."uttnn" Titusville. I come to govern
Refreshments of all kinds T. ment. Najiiau Guardian June liith. .
-
Ice cream, 'M4no .
Jensen- passed through here Wednesday .: nitsVolksbbltt"Mwroh.WtnsiFourth 1 .,; '
|T1tuBvIlle will celebrate the Fourtht their home lemonade, hot coffee, sandwiches, etc., : The above bear out the remarks re ,
after
on about a 4
way L j i A Flnli Story. made In'' the AOVOOATK that
will be furnished Gently
tyle. weeks' on July Cth, at my : ,
six visit to Mr. Moore's
'
parents tent, conveniently located, adjoining of July'Blcycle Races. there was nothing definite known as ,to, a
I -Read the poetry, "Blue fishing oftPoint" at Quincy, Fla.County Band Stand and.. opposite ADVOCATE Mr, and Mrs. Alonao Wilson well Mr. Flaglor building a new hotel at ,

II on our 4th page. ;; Supt. J. H. Sams, of Courte- block: Kespectfullf G. H. Fulke. Seventy-nine entries have been received known residents of Jacksonville, have Nassau this summer. It, may or may, .
I l-Iionrslon rates for Fourth of July nay, and School Board Officer Dan Mil been spending some time at Hotel Coquina not be built'An
-Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Deicher"' and for the bicycle races to1 be held Ormond enjoying the curf bath ,

I ation at Titusville 6th ler, of Bay View, were In town attending
on our page. here Cth will subscriber from
AovooATD
I family, former residents of Titusville-re July which undoubtedly leg and Ushlng. Mr. Wilson has been writing
kKra. Marla Jones left here,Saturday week.the meeting of School Board this turned'to Miami, Monday, from a trip to make this feature one of the most >In making some good fish catches; lint the Virginia, says: Mr, and Mr*. Fred terry..,

Mor Chicago and other places In 1111- Georgia. Mrt. Belcher told us the teresting the occasion. There being most strange thing occurred when' he of Hot Spring., Va., who are well known'N

spend, the summer. 'j:f f fHr. -Judge J. S. Cochran and wife, of weather was very.hot In Georgia, and no entries for the ladies race, the prizea was fishing la''front of the hotel Saturday to the ADVOCATE) proprietor and numerous r
Dummlt Grove left here for bicycle parcel carrier-will be given residents along the East Coast, have j
Tuesday, she was glad to return to the East Coast afternoon Mr. Wilson wa making
.E. B. 'Wager, two '.children and Chattanooga and Bridgeport, 0., on a a* a fourth prize In the five-mile handi quite a record 'as a fisherman, when a been vlsUIng Mr. and Mrs-P. D. Armour, "
U In Clapper, spent from Saturday visit to relatives. They expect to re- -Mr. J. G. Barb, of this place barbecue has cap. The judges for the race will be a large whiting, that he was hauling at theJr country home.-Danforth Lodge'

Monday at Seabreeze. turn, about October. been appointed one of the E. B. W. er.l..Tlto1.U1e; R. B. ,Holmes, ashore, got away and carried off his Ooonomowoo, WI... I presume It U'. "
Hr, WUI S. Thomas the. Citizen'sal committee, N Mr. C. Bauknlght, resign. Cocoa; F, T. Budge, Miami. Time. hook Ifavlng fixed another book to hardly necsary to Inform the numerous
I ByAll: committeemen connected with ed. Mr. Bast is a good addition to the keeper: R. Coleman, Tltusvllle; L.< T his line Mr. Wilson soon had another readers of the newsy and popular pink 1

,Saturday correspondent lat his passed through the Fourth of July celebration, to be committee, and we have no doubt that Daniel, Cocoa; P. 11.. Puckett, Titus bite! from, a whiting and hauling paper that Mr. Starry la the genial man'I 'K t
south upon
on
way held in Tltusvllle Monday next, July he will ably fill the position to which he ville. Starter, Roswell Coleman. the fish ashore he found It wa the agar of the Royal Polnclana and the Ian r
We have received 5th will be presented with free pink: has been appointed.The .
lately a large nnmwipplicatlons same whiting that bad gone off with his Palm Beach; the Virginia and Homestead ,

from resident along bad'gee_. by the. ADVOCATE. Call and Jacksonville Weekly Crop Bulletin Guava hook which wa still in its gills. Ask hotels, Hot Springs, Va.; and theBrynmawyr
Jelly.Mr.
But > .tlAM ,
L
,
Coast
for tobacco seed, but we 8"U : hotel Pa., Mr.
I says: Good weather for crops at Mr. Wilson about It. Brynm."rl
hive some left. ouCape.. S. A. Bravo, the well known Eden; not excessive sunshine; few pines Sterry, aa yon U quite n ,.

Note the new'advt. of Robt. W."I steamboat commander of Bay Blscayne, burned by the sun; the crop Is moving James Carnell, the well known .Mar-------4. smart young mau. Bv-the-way., I read '
of Jacksonville, on our passed through here, Tuesday, on his fast, will soon be over and planting will guava jelly manufacturer returned to In last week's ADVOOATH that Mrs. J. O.
Simpj |I. sole agent for the famous way to Miami. He had been visitinghis be In order; more land prepared-T. E. his home at Orraond Saturday last, Civil Seller, of Ormond-one of the strong .
Engineer L. R. Ord marriedto
beer and wife and family IA St. Augustine fora Richards.A after a trip to the Bay Blscayne country was admirers of the pink papor-ha.. again t
a wholesale dealer In '
'
for the purpose of purchasing guava. Miss Blanoa Adeline Brannoombe, at taken unto herself a husband. {
few days. covered stand baa been erected on He says bis 'advt In the ADVOOATB Miami last week. Hon. Fred S. Morse

*trig to a leak in the boiler, theo -The New York Tailoring Co., of 17 the gun-club grounds this place, for brought him replies from various place tied the nuptial knot The., bride faa

light works had to be shut East Bay street, Jacksonville, Is always the convenience of spectators at the gun all down the East Coast as far a* Bay very charming English lady and the Increase of Duty! Oil Pineapple! x
Iaat with anything shoot on July Cth. The shooting will I* well and favorably known all
| Saturday evening the ready to supply you you Biscayne, and he ha purchased some groom -
ble Will """"led so that ourbut need in the way of ready-made or suits take place just west of the Ice factory at ton of guavaii. Mr. Carnell will shortly along the East Coast Th happy of
1 u the> light by Sunday night and trousers to order. They are solict- 10 a. m., as will be seen from the pro- return to Dade county for the -both of whom are known to us- At a large gathering, Republlc.a'.eoa&oreat r
D.C.. Mondayut
.W. Ing a share of public patronage. Bead gramme on our 6th page. of extracting the pulp and Juloe from have the hearty congratulation of their Washington, a
Cronk the Senate Finance Commute
in the Weekly Crop friends and the ADVOCATE. .
on, of Jacksonville, : "Good their ad. on Cth page., -Mrs. E. C. Thomas, of Melbourne, the rip guavas, and shipping same to many agreed to Increase the rats on pineapples 3'

aw for picking and shipping says Attorney W. I*= Metcalf, who has passed through here, Saturday t, en Ormond to* make Into. jelly, We acknowledge as follows ID packages, froth *. )
i estimate Is pine- been on a trip to Ohio, returned hometo route to San Francisco Cat., where she receipt of., some sample of :Mr. Willard H. Hall, son of Tax Collector to 7 cent per cubic foot; and In bulk, .?1
antaofothe hu, already.been Melbourne on Monday last He says will spend about five days, attending the jelly manufactured "T>y Mr Carnell and E. W. Hall, of Sbarpes, wa roar front $0 to |7 per 1,000) pineapples.

ped." crop business In the above state Is much Christian Endeavor meeting. From San we certainly find It .,f very fine. quality. led to Miss Fannie E. Clark, of Bralden- .____._,.1._.. ___., ..- _.,_. --_,
Krs. worse than it Is In Florida-especially Francisco Mrs. Thomas goes to Seattle, tows, Florida, last Wednesday evening ti 11
?hr. F. Fischer' left here on along the East Coast: Mr. Metcalf paida W. T., to spend a month or lie) with her ST. AUGUSTINE INVENTION.StoartDailey's June 2rd. ,The happy pair were unitedin A Flue Hotel for Sale. .

end I) summer Amboy, N. J., visit to the Nashville Exposition: en brother. ,. the holy bond of matrimony at the -,--

ber the ,friends. Capt route home. -The J..To'.I: K. W. Railway Co., Anti-Freezer. home of her parent 'Mr. Hall I I. well '" Owner wUhlng to retire, will sell tb*> +
remains at home to look after known on Indian River and I I. a '
very 1
best known -transient ;'i and
the free of its wharf for oldest and
""Ing-house and acknowledge receipt of a copy has given use called Mr. C. II has been
othe property. -We Olp' representative upon exemplary young man. hotel In Ashevllle N. C. Small
Stb.
next ,
flasher the barbecue on Monday July family
expects: to return to Titus of the "Directory, Guide and History of breeze tt all the Indian Stuart-Bailey while In St. Augustine on residing at Braldentown about two years. cash .Central location ,and. ,
about October. Dade County, Fla.," complied by Mr. C. If there Is any on Tuesday, and was pleased to find him We extend congratulation to the newly payment. to ; e
River it will be a delightful place for valuable frontage. Apply
West Palm Beach. It is .avery fart from the illness that married
ton't think that :M. Gardner recovering o.el'otook couple. LOOK Box WS, .
take your advertising valuable[ and useful work for resl- baskets him at Tallahassee and preventedhim -
care of Itself, or that people who about to visit his bill AshevUleyX.Ct: j'
dents or people are from carrying appropriation -Married-Ail: first Baptist Church,
JH at home.
with ntadverti for sale In your Dade county; and as it Is fall of InterestIng cooking through the state legislature.Mr. Greeollle,8. C.; on Wednesday; Jan -

lays tnglt John Waner Information and data, our readers -Mr. Robt. Pentland relinquished his Bailey still propose to make the 18, 1807, by the Itev. C. S. Gardner Insure Against Fire. ; '/
t work success and only comes from? and friends would do well to secure a position In the office of the Robbins & tests under the supervision of Mr. L. B. Caroline Louise MculdlnldaugharotMe ? k

uil lax your advertising perpetual vigilance.will Graham Co., at this place, last Saturday, Wombwell, the commissioner of agriculture and Mrs. William.. L. Mauldln of v/ rOd need Insurance and' TOO ....., th. r'd t tbeet.

Jeop or business.yon copyW acknowledge receipt of a very and la now engaged; book-keeper withE. In the principal sections of the Greenville, H C., to Clarence\ lowland .i This can be obtained by applying ,
l of oar live book extltled, "Beau L. Brady 4: Bro. Mr. Pentland I* a state, upon various crops of fruit and of New York Mr. Uowland a very to' ,
8tods merchants on finely-Illustrated .f exceptional ability In all vegetables this coming winter. .
e. Scotia." I* is a very excellent : young man prominent young lawyer. lie spent the 'G. Ca.ny.Zr.wxa'T1tnsvtli.:
Nova
tiful branches of office work, and had been representative took the Opportunity '
Plata
souvenir and a credit to the company winter of 00 at The Rockledge ., Fla./ '
It-the Yarmouth with the first-named firm for a number to see the anti-freezer fired up and Hotel > Ormond. We heartily\ congratulate -. Agent for the Liverpool A London aR
who Issue
.jm {G GOODS, ETC.- of years. and In working order* It will be on the him.Indian &OJobe Insurance Co. &
Boston. Any person ;
Co.
Steamship ,
f..hlonable stock on night of a freeze. It look a workman-
Jut Coast Intending to visit Boston this summer -The well known firm of Armour A:
at the like and should be capable of
apparatus
w. tuITlUe.4'lCU Eagle ClothlDg should write to Traveling .Passenger Co., with branch office at Jacksonville, ? out amount of beat ', River O flrores..
Agent F. K. Bobbins, Pier 1.I Lewis having gone into the fertilizer btuine*, Grieving any of It. We were tbaeJ I Aa an advertising medium, ne '*
... to'BIoI of this fine call the attentionto the East. Coast beat the
on
wharf Boston, for a copy we would respectfully paper can
REPADUNG with our visit, and only defer a full description
,W doneby Anthony work. those of our readers engaged in frail the of Mr. Very encouraging are the reports dally ADVOCATe Give as a trial advt.
lit of working Bailey .
Palm Beach, rut and vegetable culture to their advt. 00 Invention until we are supplied with' coming Into the APTOCATB office from and be convinced of the pink papaya!
4th Having unlimited source owners of resuscitated orange grove la worth.
Setters for Sale. our page. Illustrations, which am promised a*
To persons From which to draw their supplies, nothing this section. The tree are patting on a .
Going North. be mad from

soon a* plate can photo.graphs
setter dog but the best materials nedIn wonderful growth; and while the number "
thoroughbred
Two Two pairs of manufacture- of their fertilizers: of the apparatus. of boze of to be hipped New Jlreod Store ?
lory the orange
It Line''first-class, round.yo. six months old, for sale. '2ft per ..
tlc! Brunswick" pops which, we are Informed will be found will be far below' what It wa before the -

to. New York paIr. Addre88- R. A. flianzr: :, well up to the standard In, quality and AX IMMENSE STOCK of summer clothIng freeze, .tiIlIt win help to stimulate orange Mr*. Debcter has opened a branch '

K. E; M., CAPT. Sebastian Fla. right as regards price.. k of the very latest style, will b* grower, and,' encourage them to store next door to the J.. T.- K..HV:
old a* the lowest polbw price foreach. put more attention on their grove a* station In T1tu vU1. where she nan
Care R'y ,
ADVOCATETitusvllle Call at the Eagle Stoic H
Clothing well* plant out more tree*. The Indian 5
Bare Bargain. for ante bread oak**,,:eooked ham. eta., !
at
Fla. Sale
a
> For Sale. For TttnavUto, and selects, rait", River section 1. well adapted to the Ice cream will also be for sale. .: '
Bones Cat-Boat Comer lot In TttusvUlevt 106x43: "ft, growing of orange tree, and Jt la a greal' r,

"Wanted.I built by Bee- with building suitable for store or ofBea. FISCHER'S: COTTAGE, .TitMVlU*, toopwa surprise to many to sea the magnificent Floryhhnn
-- Seventeen-foot Cat-Boat, for particulars address, X. Y. Z., \ for the reception of guest, r*> stride the orange tree have made, .>-WID the Gardener and 1,

'II1e bon..nd seed I them to the ey. EDqnlre of Asrox care of ADTOCAT, gmrdle of rumors circulated to the within a radius twisty miles of. Tltu lately advertised kindly correspond with. e

l'ertI1be1Co.Will pay caah>.; South for them.Jack- pM Waveland, Fla. TitnrlUe, Fla. ,oatrary Hooe I* wen screened. Yll1e, since the freeze of,1804-96. ,JW. Slough. Daytona,,Fla.'. Ii, ,

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01. ::14., No. 29. TITUSVIT..T'.E, FLA..., FRIDAY, "" JUL'Y: Q, ':1897. ,Price,5c.



LOCAL NEWS -Mr. S. L. Lowry and) Mr. and Mrs. -The regular bicycle races will beheld
AT
DO NOT COST
buy shirts
negligee or
your '
W. I. IIOTE1Y.l't lrES..
Peters of la
Tamp, are town to this (Friday) evening Enatoed of underwear any place until yaw have -
Ld Topic. of General Interest. day. Saturday evening. fc the -
Been large and fashionable stock [
-Read the programme of the Fourth -Ex-Govern W. H. 01....... of # at the Eagle Clothing Store, Tltatevllle.Mr. of IwlUsellmy dry coda entire stock-consisting shoes WIIKOKI).. to stop., Sa list of. BOtolOBj:
hats and
clothing
<< ,, out 7th
General O Mlp In connection of July celebration :Ban Gallic visitor page.
drty and < at Titusvllle on our was pleasant to
gents'
caps, furnishing good* ,etc. etc.
,
dlh Btooa'yne Bay, Lak. Worth Indian, 6th page.Rev. town yesterday.Mr. J-Dv Crabb, of Cocoa, ia4n town positively at cost. Come and* be convinced Read> the new' hotel ad*of the Fort

.buna nd .Halifax Rivers, Key We tI Edward Joh non will hold service and K1t Gee. F. Miles, of 'St.! this morning. that we' moan what we say.Jtri.raa.Ki.inic. 'teroo. hotel Fort:fiercer and Algonquin
aU ether Important Point along'h.lilt at St. Gabriel's Episcopal church Augustine, expect to leave for Hotel I :, hotel, St. AuguBtUe on 7th page.. .
.. -Hiss AIMM Eaton Is now the happy
of 1110. .. Brief mention ofMawting
Coact Kvents from Various Parts Tltusvllle on Sunday next, July 4th.. ,Coquina, Ormond, this week. possessor oi a fine Columbia bloyole.Mr. Tltusvllle Fla.Jfely Nv. J. A. Happersette" ,reesntigi maagor .

.-It is said that President Meklnley of the Indian, River hotel.. Tltus11) -
About Ton Know Mayor R. Freemaifc of! ,
People recently
World Hallr
,I th* TV.A. Whltaker Armour: CO.'I
Tltusvllle has will shortly nominate George W. Allen Holiday llate .via J T. now holds _apoMtlon with the Kebo
ri people Ton Don't Know- Pickedf been spending several: well known representative is* In town : ;,
to be of Valley Club Bar Harbor Me.
collector of the West
,
weeks port Key ,
Society Editor and staff In the City of Mexico.
by Our a large Fla. to-day.1 Be leaves for Dade county tb(1afternMD. & K. W. Ky.O .
CormpondenU Mattered alone the There Is ., t Mr. John Anderson ha* just had
to be a basket ptohlo at To -
I|Mt Cwwt of.10._..... ledo school house July 3rd. A general There wllt' be>> a Fourth of July sermon ..Mn..:J'. B. Sackett of West: Palm *> July, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, A nth, the ivbout S5: () palmetto palms planted ea U*
close
place, to Hotel Ormoad. Several
at the
Presbyterian church next Jaoksonvftle .
Invitation Is extended to alL Tampa AKey.. West Ry.
Beach
passed through here,
yesterday
Sabbath morning. "Lend us will sell round now of palmettoes. have been plantedIghf
tr If ydu receive sample copy of JOureara. trip tickets, limited to
en route- to Chicago and in Iowa
-Dr. John M. Dixon of this is lII through his !One
place, ,11.oe. orange grove
ie ADVOCATE It la an Intimation that still -We understand that Mr.'Goo. W. (o spend the summer. July 7th for return, at one fare for the
enjoying himself with relatives In W. also noted that Mr. Anderson nas ,
round trip to all polnts-on their line. .
would give us pleasure to add your Allen- of West will' his
I Key soon receive '
of Carrsville Ky., where be will' probably -:Pvilbaps the most novel celebration bad two artesian well driven on hi*
nine to our fast-Increasing list subgibers. remain until the end1 of October. nomination aa collector. of the port of property.
of anniversary of Quees Victoria was
It does not cost you three Key West.Mrs. Cigars from East Coast Tobacco.
mOl per week (postage Included) when "':'Miss DeBogory, who .has been at1 tk* Victoria phosphate mine. In The following hotel* av* now open I.'the In
Jten by the )year and it can be sent to teaching school near Green Cove Springs, Chas. n.Stewart of Melbourne, Alaohwa oounty. This mine Is owned White Mountains. N. H.t.'The Hew
11 i In any part of the United States or returned to the home of her parents at passed through Titusvllle, yesterday, on and eoerated by Little Boos., of Jacksonville While In Land Commissioner J. EX Mount Pleasant house, under the umngoment -
isda without extra expenses Miami on.Tuesday. her way to Seabreese, to spend about a Englishmen.. A good old Enffllshi Ingrabam's office M St. Augustine thts of Anderson & rvlue, of Hotel ",
month with relatives. dinner of roast beet and plum pudding week, an ADVOOATW representative wa* irmond; C..wford.1I01l8e. and the Twin
--- There was a special meeting ofBrevard Gen'L Freight Agent W. J. Jarvl was' given the men,, also lemonade- shown some fine samples of tobacco, fountain b nM,. managed, by Barron
School Board this week for the Informs us that from 8,000 to 10,000 and*big supply of watermelons. All grown kt San Mateo by Mr. Rawley. He ferrlll and Barron., At the Crawford

purpose to make estimates for the sup crates of pineapples are dally passing NewberryHurned out to. see a game o-t JBO tested some of the cigars made from louse will' be found<< the ;jovial>> Henry WferrllL ..
E: port of the schools etc. over bis road, en route north. tMr. baseball between a picked team of convict the same kind of home-grown tobaceo Manager ot the Royal-; Palm
*and a local colored team In wlil fc and found them,of anJ .
; -We are pleased to, note that Mr. very good quality I hotel. Miami. -
Mt1tD O1W1 Sherman Singleton; Is on the road to J. J. Fox of Hortl, who came the convicts were defeated 0 to 2. 'At lavor. Why ds not more of our farmers
@M! recovery. He has been ill, but up to town last week with Mr. Sherman night a concert was given by the convicts.t try to cultivate tobacco along the East : Hotel Coqulna, Ormoni\,. I la now open,
very
@ It' under the
-8 1N has been able to sit up a little this week. /Singleton has returned home to look t Coast manaRemeat; of Mr. Harry L.
after his pineapple plantation.Dr. Ite.manol the Han. Juan hotel,Orlando.,
'( -Mr.. J. L. Mather, of Bartow, who Ctwad Sugar-Cane Land Wanted 'he..house Is well kept, the cuisine very,
has been spending a few Weeks in town Soofield of Cocoa, spent a few Pineapple* Are Still Arriving. lood.; and the iishiag and surf-bathing1
with her daughter Mrs. Fred S. Chaffee days In St. Augustine this week on hls in front of the hotel Is excellent. Mr.
Jacksonville
Oourtland of
Mr. Buckrnan
way to Philadelphia, New York and the The Indian River and Bay BIsoayne .
itl left here on Tuesday for Nashville Tenn. is anxloui to locate a big concern and Mrs. Seaman make it pleasant fotf
AIL White Mountains to spend the summer.Ilatnes } Inland Navigation Go's steamer Sr. all; Mr. Hancock is th* genial and ever1ibllgiag
-Mr. and Mrs. J. 6. Walton Chas .H. : machinists on the >East "' Bros., and engineers t information the "It
respecting
I.J Walton and Claud Walton spent from { any growing Bute, arrived at Tltusvllle, from the McDonald, the It."ardl. goldenpinions
Jacksonville, are always ready to of making of barrels gaining
sugar-cane syrup
--M mJ. Saturday until Monday at that comfortable pineapple region at B:30: on Wednesday
for the manner In which he 1*
seaside hostelry-Coquina hotel attend to any work you may entrust to per acre, etc.,and where good sugarcane morning with 1.180 orates of pineapples, .
\ their Their ad. will bo found onductlng his department.At .
Ormond.On care. on4th land can be obtained In the Tnrn- all of which were ,shipped over the J.,
Y@U@@ found page.A bull hammock. Write him all particular T. ife K W. Railway. The running of the meeting/ of the House of ,Asembly -
our 4th page will be the very painful accident happened to steamboats from Tltusvllle will considerably on Thursday evening at Nassau

advt. of Dr. C. F. Houston, Bay street Mr. C. E. Wilson, of the St. Augustine Indian Itiver Band Concert.Programme mid to the exchequer, ol the above N. P., the Hon. J. II.Young, represontng -
who
is said be
\ Jacksonville to
a very the stated that I It! would
Journal on Monday. He was using the railroad. The St. Augustln will leave government, !
@mJDi good and reliable dentist. Give him --
be remembered that the House had ad-.,
paper cutter, when the knife clipped the I'ltusvlllo every Monday. Wednesday and,
a trial top of his left thumb off. ,Saturday livening. July 9.No. Friday until further notice. ourned untl) the present date because

: -A enjoyable dance was held .1. ..tIDIf Cottoo"-March.... .......lIIou.. The St. Augustine brought (MX) t was believed that a definite proposal,
'jCAYi'CAL very ":' Archdeacon'B. F. Brown will' hold <. a. 'MaroE-"FelUto".,........\... ...PetMe up might be received during the recess from ;i5i
at the Opera house Tltusville/on Tues 3., Baritone 8olo..r..oln.t\on. .rnhou.e orates of pineapples this morning
<< day evening, excellent muslo belug sup. Divine service, and celebrate Holy Communion ,.. amnaUe. -"Wave*of MowOI'J"..BI.olllaant The repairs to the steamer St. Sebas-' Ir. U. M. Flagtar In regard to the erection .i'Vi
plied for the occasion by the band at Grace church Merrftt on lan are said to be almost completed, of an hotel In this city, but the honorable
orchestra.Mrs. Sunday next, July-4th, at 10:30 a. m.; ft "Gllhoolie'i We dlDC" ftrtih song and and It Is eipcoted she will soon sail for member said that up to this time
danae .,,,
> ADVTS. Ten Cents Per Line Per also at 7:30 p. m., at Cocoa. a.' ) J.Jt.Mle Tltusvllle. no definite offer had come to the government -

WTeek"', on this (front) page.Titusvllle ; T. V. Moore and little son, of Refreshments of all kinds, Joe cream, T. Marob-"Tbe.St'rlnjfFlowon.-W..te..I..twn naamler".,." ........Heelw I -Naau Guardian, June lath.: ,
Jensen- passed through here Wednesday ,", 8. "Cincinnati VoIk Ulatt"-M roh.\Voei The above boars out th i remarks reontly -
- wljl' celebrate the Fourth lemonade hot coffee sandwiches etc.,
on their home after' about 'J A FlNh Story.
a
way made In the A'DVOOATB, that
great style. will be furnished on July 5tb, at my
six weeks' visit to.Mr. Moore's parents tent located adjoining Fourth of July Bicycle llacea. here was nothing definite known a* to,
-Read the "Blue off at Quinoy Fla.County conveniently )Ir. and Mrs, Alonzo Wilson, well
poetry, fishing Band Stand and ADVOCATE Ir. Flagler building a new hotel at-'
opposite : 3
'
eat Point"'on known residents of Jacksonville, have
our 4th page. Supt. J. H. Sams Courte- block. Respectfully, G. U. Fulke.Mr. Seventy-nine entries have been received been spending some time at Hotel Coquina Nassau this summer It may or may' r>s
-
built:
-Excursion rates for Fourth of July nay, and School Board Officer Dan Miller and Mrs. S. A. Baldier* and for the bloyole races to be held Ormond enjoying the surf-balli not be

[obration at Tltusvllle on our 6th page. of Bay View were in town attend family, former residents of Tltustllle,To- here July 6th, which will undoubtedly ng and Hulling. Mr. Wllnon has been An ADVOOATB subscriber writing from

-Mrs. Maria Jones left here Saturday ing the meeting of School Board this turned'to Miami, Monday from a trip to make this feature one of the most > Interesting making some good fish catches; but the Virginia, says: Mr. and Mrs. Fred 8terry,

t, for Chicago and other places in 1111- week. Georgia. Mre. Belcher told us the of the occasion. There being most straugo tiling occurred when he of Hot Springs, Va, who are well known'
..
i ia to..spend the summer. < Judge J. S. Cochran and wife, of weather was very,hot in Georgia and no entries for the ladies race, the prizea was flsuliig In 'front of the hotel Saturday to the ADVOOATB proprietor and numerous
... # iimmlti drove. left here Tneutav,.' for she was glad to return to the East Coast -- bloyole parcel carrier-will be given afternoon. .Mr. Wilson was making resident along the East Coast, have
-Mr. E. B. Wager, two .children and Chattanooga and( -Bridgeport;-O.., on-a as a fourth prize In the five-mile handi quite a record BS. a fisherman, when been vlsUIng. Mr. and Mrs..P. D. Armour,
ss Eva Clapper spent from Saturday visit to. relatives. They expect to return '-Mr. J. G. Bast, of this place} baa cap.'" The judges; for the races will' be a k large whiting that he was hauling at til Monday at Seabreeze.Mr. about October.By been appointed one of the barbecue E. B. Wager, Tltasvllle; R. B. Holmei, ashore got away and carried off his )conomowoo, Wlss. I presume it I t.',

- Will S. Thomas the Citizen'sami committee re Mr. C. Bauknlght resign' Cocoa; JI'. T. Budge Miami. Timekeepers took. leaving fixed another hook to hardly necessary to Inform the numerous
All committeemen connected with ed. Mr. But is a good addition to the : R. C'oleman l Tltusvllle; L. T. its line, Mr. Wilson soon had another readers of the nwsy and popular pink!:I
re correspondent passed through the Fourth of July celebration to be committee, and we have no doubt that Daniel Cocoa; P. ..... Puckett, Tltusvllle. >lte from a whiting and upon hauling laper that Mr, Sterry Is the !genial manager
his
Sa.turda'laat. on way south; held ln Tltuvllle on Monday next July he will ably fill the position to which he .,/ Starter Roswell Coleman. the ash ashore he found it wa the a of the Royal Polnolana and the Inn, ,.

-We have lately received a large num- 5th, will be presented with free pink has been appointed.The same whiting that bad gone off with bis Palm Beach; th* Virginia and Ilometead -
r of applications from residents badges by the A vocATIC. Call and hotels Hot Springs, V*. and the
along Jacksonville Weekly Crop Bulletin Guava Jelly.Mr. hook which wa' still In It* gills. ,Ask }
a East Coast, for tobacco.seed, but we get them. says: Good weather for crops at Mr. Wilson L about It.Married.. Jrynmawyr hotel,' Urynraawr. Pa., Mr.

U have some left. Capt. S. A. Bravo, the well known Eden; not excessive sunshine; few pines -' t Starry, an you well know is quite a, ,

-Hote the new 'advt. of 'Robfc W. steamboat commander of Bay BIscayne burned by the .un; the crop la moring'ast James Carnell, the well known .mart young week1! man. By-the-way that Mrs., I J.read C.. }
urns of through here Tuesday on his 11'111' .oon be and planting 11'111be guava jelly manufacturer, returned toEl In hut ADVOOATH
Jacksonville, on our 8th page. passed over. .
the
of
'. Slmms 1 sole to Miami. He ,had been visiting In order more land prepared.-T. Eo borne at Ormond. Saturday last, Selser of Ormond-one strong
agent for the famous way ; Civil Engineer L. R. Orel was' married admirers of the has j
after to the Bay Blscayne country pink paper- again
a trip
Ults
.beer and a wholesale dealer Inttors. his wife and family in St. Augustine for Richards.A for the purpose of purchasing guavai.He to Mis lilanoa Adeline Branscombe, at taken unto herself a husband. ,

a few days. covered stand has been erected on says his advt. In the ADVOOATB Miami, last week. Hon. Fred S. Morse ,

-Owing to a leak in the boiler, the -The New York Tailoring Co., of 17 the' gun-club grounds at this place, for brought him replies from various placet tied the nuptial knot. The, bride I I.a I. ..' ',1 1

ctrlo light work had to be shut East Bay street, Jacksonville is always the convenience of spectators at the gun all down the East Coast as far a* Bay very charming English lady, and the Increase of Duty on Pineapple. ;\
wn last Saturday evening but the ready to supply you with anything you shoot on July 6th. The shooting will Blscayne, aud he ha purchased some groom[ Is well and favorably known all "I' ,
>nble was remeded so that our people need In the way of ready-made or suits take place jusfc west of the Ice factory at tons of guavas. Mr. Carnell will shortly along the East Coast. The happy At of Republican' i I.
4 the light by Sunday night and trousers to order. They are sollctIng 10 a. m., as will be seen from the pro return to Oiuie county for the purpose >alr-both of whom are known. to u_ a large gathering '
D. C.. Mondayast ,
enator at Washington,
share of Read on our 6th h.ve the hearty congratulation of their ) .j"j
a public patronage. gramme page.Mrs. of extracting the pulp and juice from ,
-J. W. the Senate Finance. Committee ,
Cronk, In the Weekly Crop friends and the ADVOCATE. !
their ad. on 6th page., the and same to many .
Iletln E. C. of Melbourne ripe guavas shipping I the rates '
of Jacksonville says: "Good Thomas agreed! to Increase!!. _on. pine- : '.
Ormond to make Into jelly. We acknowledge -
ather for picking and shipping pine- Attorney W. Lr Metcalf, who has passed through; here Saturday last en [ apple a* xoiiows: inpacicages, irom.,
Pies; a close estimate is, that over 40 been on a trip to Ohio, returned home route to San Francisco Cal., where she receipt of some sample* of Mr. Wlllanl It. Hall, son of Tax CoU to 7 cents per cubic foot; and In bulk,
rcen* of the crop ha already been to Melbourne on Monday last. He says will spend about five days attending the jelly manufactured 1>y Mr Carnell and lector E. W. Hall, of Sbarpes, was mar from 10 to $7 per 1,000) pineapples.

ppeeJ." business in the above state Is much Christian Endeavor meeting. From San we certainly find It of very floe. quality,, ried to Miss Fannie E. Clark of BratdenMWD -- -- .- ._, _., -- ,
worse than it Is in Florida--especially Francisco Mrs. Thomas goes to Seattle, Florida, last Wednesday evening.
-Mrs. Chr. F. Fischer left here. on along the East CoasC; Mr. Metcaif paid W. T., to spend a month or so with her ST. AUGUSTINE INVENTION.StuartBailey' June 3rd. The happy pair were united A Fine Hotel for Sale. .
tnrday last, for Perth Ambo,, N. J., a visit to the Nashville Exposition en brother. 10 the holy bonds of matrimony at the
spend the summer with friends. Capt. home of her 'Kr. Hall Is well' .

.' boarding-house and other property. -We acknowledge receipt of a copy has given the free use of Its wharf for Oar representative called upon )(r. C. exemplary young man. He has b en and hotel best In Aslicvllle known transient N. C. Small, and
.. Fiaoher expeota return Titus- of the "Directory Guide and History of the barbecue Monday next, July 5th.If Stuart-Bailey while In St. Augustine on residing at Braldentown about two years. family location and
la about October.Don't Dade County Fla.," compiled by :Mr. C. there is any breeze It all on the Indian Tuesday, and was pleased to find him We extend congratulations to the newly- cash payment. Central to ,
will, be .. for valuable frontage. Apply
West Palm Beach. It Is River It delightful place
- M. Gardner avery fast recovering from the Illness that overtook married couple.
think that advertising LOCK Box flflft
your valuable our townpeople to take their lunch baskets : ,
ii and useful work for res-* and
Tallahassee prevented -
him at
take care of Itself that Aabeyme :N.
or people and save themselves the trouble of Ct
w what you have for sale in dents or people who are about to visit home. him from carrying his appropriation bill -Harried-At first Baptist Church, .
at
your
re without advertising It. John Wan"later Dade county:and as it Is foil of interesting cooking through the state legislature.Mr. Greenville, S. 0., on Wednesday, Jane '

says success only comes from Information and data, our readers -Mr. Robt. Pen Hand relinquished his Bailey still proposes to make the 10, 1807 by the Rev. C. H. Gardner. Insure 'Airalnat Fire.
mtant work and perpetual vigilance and friends would do well to secure a position in the office of the Robblns & test under the supervision of Mr. L. B. Caroline Louise Mauldln.fdaughter! otMr. ,

fer relax your advertising or yoa will Graham Co., at this place, Saturday, Wombwell, the commissioner of agriculture. and Mrs. William L. Mauldln of You need Insurance and yoa need tin .
TMnly be jeopardizing your business. "copy.We acknowledge receipt of a very and is now engaged as book-keeper with In the principal section of the Greenville, S. C., to Clarence Uowlaud bMt. This can be obtained by: applying
ad the ads of our live merchants on [ finely-Illustrated book extltled "Beautiful E. L. .Brady &: ; Bro. Mr. Pentland Is a state, upon various crop* of fruit and of Mew York. Mr. Howlandl' Ie a very to '

I and 8th page. Nova Scotia." It Is a very excellent young man.f exceptional ability In all vegetable* this coming winter.Onr prominent young lawyer. He spent the I O. CAOT-KtWM,
souvenir and a credit to the company branches of office work, and had been ; representative took the opportunity winter of "fa at The Plaza, Rockledge, Tltasvllle, Fla./;
fSTS FURNISHING who Issn it-the Yarmouth with the first-named firm for a number to see the antl-freexer fired up and Hotel Ormond. We heartily congratulate Agent fof the Liverpool London
ETC.
GOODS and in worklnff' order It Will be the
of as on him.Indian .
WRMt Co. Boston. Any -- ft."Globe Insurance Co.
and most fashionable stock on Steamship person
yeThe of fr eZe. It look a workmanlike
'the East to visit Boston this night ,
Coast at the Eagle Clothing intending summer well known firm of Armour A and should be capable ofgiving
'tore, Titnsville.TCH should write to Traveling Passenger Co., with branch offices at Jacksonville apparatus
amount of beat that Itiver Orange Grore*.
< Boston for a of this fine would required of It. W.were well pleased the East Coast can,beat ,be
"* wharf, copy we' respectfully call the attention paper on
3roa., West REPAIRING Palm done,by Anthony work. 1- to those of our readers engaged in fruit with oar visit, and only defer Mr.a full description Very encouraging are the report* dally ADVOCATE Give a* a trial ad....
Beach of *
Fla.To the working Bailey'
and vegetable culture to their advt.' on of witb coming Into the AOTOOATH office from and be convinced of the pink p.V.r"-!
Invention until we are supplied
Setters for Sale. our 4th page. Having unlimited source owner of resuscitated orange grove in worth.
which as
Illustrations -are promised
Persons Going North. from which to draw' their supplies nothing this section. The tree are putting on a .
soon a* plate can be made from photograph -
Two pairs of thoroughbred setter dog but the best material are used in wODd.rfulgrowth; and while the number
rwo Mallory. Line'first-class round-: pups, six months' old, for sale. $23 per the manufacture, of their fertilizers, of the apparatus.AN of boxes of orange* to be snippet New Bread Store.
p ticket&, Brunswick:' to New' York pair. Address, which, we are Informed will be found will' be far below what it wa* before the -
aale. CAPT. R. A. HABDW well up to the standard in, quality sad IMMENSE STOCK of. summer clothIng. freeze, still it will help to' stimulate orange Mrs. Delsner ha* opened a branck

R. El: II., Sebastian, Fla. right as regards prices. of the very latest style, will be growers, and encourage them to store next door to the J., T.. A K..W.{
Oar ADVOCATE, old a* the lowest possible price for I put morn attention'on their grove a* R'y station. In TitoavUle where *h*> baa

Titnsville, Fla. I estsn.. Call at the Eagle Clothing Store 'i well* plant out more tree*. The Indian for *al* bread, cakes, cooked bam. etc.
For Sale at a Bare ariraln.I .
suit.FISCHER'S .
Tltasvllle and select a River section well to the
Cat-Boat For Sale. I adapted Ice cream will also be forWDtthe'Oard.ner sl..
Bones 'Wanted.FertUUwCo. Corner lot In TltusvlDo l05d2'ft., growing of orange tree*, and Jl I* a pat .
Seventeen-foot Cat-Boat, built" Bessey. with building suitable for store o* office, COTTAGE, Tltnvill, I* surprise to many to see the msgnlnoen ,

lav.your Mae. aad BeDd them to the Inquire: of .for particulars address, X. Y. Z., open for the reception. of guests, rexardless .stride the orange tree* nave. made and Florit wln .
:boDvllle .; South Jaek- P. M. Arrojr, care of ADTOOATK ) of rumors circulated to the within a radius of twenty mile of Titus- lately advertised kindly correspond with

19UJel'Ja.- Will" pay cash for them. Waveland Fla. TltusTlUe Fl*. contrary.,. House Is weU screened. Tine, since the freeze! of ,1994-99. Jesse W. Slough. Dayton,Fla.

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fJi i days after Its passage and approval b>;]'. The Railroad. ConunlMlon Law. I More Michigan Lumber and Manufacturing Co.i. .

; tbe governor. i Curative power !II contained In Hood'sSaraaparilla .
: : Cures Passed the House of fiqpresentatlvei Hon.B. H. :Davidson of Qulncy,ODe than In any other similar i. MANUFACTURERS OF -- .
I of the recently appointed railroad commissioners preparation.. It costs the proprietorand
30 1897.
April re-enters publIc life after at manufacturer more. It coats the Pine Lumber Mill Stuff Sidings
t DAiniKr: .II. MATS to the, Cypress or Flooring
::1 t'I "Cores talk"in favor Interval of four years, from congress Jobber more and I* worth more ,
"' Talk I Speaker of House of Representatives. where he served as Florida's nations consumer. More skill Is required In its "j-'
01 for Hood's oUter Barsoparllla medl., WM. FOBSTTH'BTITUM, representative tfer fourteen years say preparation and It combines more rem Ceilings and Mouldings, Packing Bones and Crates Turning and Scroll Work.Good .
.aa no the Citizen. The new commission law,. edial Qualities than any other medicine.;
I( ,. .In*. Its great cures recorded in truthful Chief Clerk of the Cause of Rep it appears, provides that thecommlssloc Consequently It has a record of" more work and material at low' prices. Take Main street bar line to mill and ,
Y .oavinelng language of grateful mesa, may go Into effect upon the appointment cures and Its sales are more than thoseof
t women constitute Its most effective ad'vertlslng. Passed the Senate June 1, 1897. and organization the commission, but any other preparation. Hood's Sarsaparilla office. *
Many of those cure are mar CHARLES 3.I'.s.aREJlrOT. there are oth onslderatlons to execute Is the best medicine I to buy because Jacksonville
vtdons. They have won the confidence 01 tbe laws. One of the most Important It Is an honest medicine and thou Telephone (old line) 486. Fla.
.
1 the people; have given Hood's BarsapsvrOla President of the Senate.T. was, as a matter of fact, a ,prerequisite sands of testimonials prove that It does
J, APPLEYABD and cardinal onev Is the appropriation actually and permanently cure disease.In ==
,, '' the largest sales in the world,snMve of the for the execution
its Secretary of the Senate. public revenue
for
JI1&Dufactllre&IIereate
made t necessary laboratory on earth. Hood'i. Approved Juoe 4, 1807.,, > of railroad tbe laws.commission The( appropriation law reads "for for the six the city of Durango Mexico, is an '

yy BanupariUa Is known by the cures it; hal W.D. BI/OXHAM, .Governor. months '97 and the first six months iron mountain 640 feet high, and the HARRY MASON & co.J

wade-cures of scrofula salt rheum amecsema .. .' of '9$," eta, and as the six months of'07 Iron Is.from sixty to seventy 'per cent

is cares of rheumatism nenralgfa ANOTHER BILL. will not Include June, the,, commission pure. The metallic mass spreads In all:
and weak nerves cures of dyspepsia, live) will be unable, for want of available four
An act to regulate the catching or talc funds to before the flrstvf July. directions for a radius of" three or Jobbers In Fine Imported
organize
troubles, catarrh-cnres whioh'provsr H. MASON CO.
v Ing of fish In the waters of the State 'o: There Is another oversight, by the way, miles
Florida: also in the general appropriation bill. W Bar Street,

Hood'sSarsaparilla Be it enacted by' the legislature. of the shall The constitution take effect provides sixty days.tbat'all after' laws the What do you need In the way of JACKSONVILLE Liquors and Cigars, High,
bill
and letter heads,
State of Florida: envelopes note
and approval by the ,,
passage governor
cards etc ?
Sec.,1. That from and after, tbe pas unions the law so specifically states, that heads,' statements tags, of, Grade Whiskies Etc.
,We shall. be glad to have a share your
sage of this act it shall be unlawful foi It shall take Immediate effect; and aa T ,
r this specific claim Booms to have been- work.
to of the
any person or persons stop any

Is the beat-:In fact the One True Blood Purifier .rivers creeks or bayous on the,neat oj omitted ty days, no from funds Its are passage available which until was six : Southern Belle, ,RockanctRye................rromttoperpl

cure liver Ills; easy to the State: of Florida with any seine, gtll- June 4, making it available August 4 YOU NEED FRUIT ,TREES? wbieklee-LnportedandDomeetle apple, peach blackberry. and peach and honey.."...,....from 51.00 per gal
DO
Hood Pills tokeea ],toov rate. aw BrandloDom stlo.J'jam, etc................................ ....T..............*...{"""fl-JSPO'inl
net, stop. et or any other net for the pur next. There will\ be no serious embarrassment Rum Gina-HoilandOld..... .......... ..................h' .......................,.......... per gal
..... .
.. .
on account of the oversight, Muscatel, Claret etc., from .... : 5100
P9 e of catching or taking food fish. which it I Is believed "was unintentional, Citrus",Trees at reduced prices. Are Clarets-FlneetBrans Port Catawba. ............ .. .,............,.:............:................from5225percaveBottled :
Free and ,Sea. 2.: It shall be unlawful' fur any) but the appropriation bill always carries budded at.the ground on 4- ear-old Beer .......'.. .......... Low'Prloes., :.......'.......from ai.30 per dm.KB .
haulnets seines longer than 360 yards, this specific! clause Florida Bough Lemon stocks. 3,000 of All ii other Fine Brands; i'ecj'ti; \ requ.sted.4I-wlthout
Parson will be packed In boxes, when so extra : -
others and
are demijohns
MasonIndian for haul-nets seines to be attached them are Tardlff, Jugs
Accepted : or any or U. when returned. Express Company will
Tangerine Homosasga, cost. Money refunded for "empties"
Brown Ruby,
., together In any manner, making' A statistician says that of every 10,000 Triumph, and Common Grape Fruit, 300. not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay. and trouble.
--;-- a length'of more than 850 yards, or loran chimneys three are struck,by lightning; each, $20.25 per 100. Send for Price List, or.call upon MASON & CO.,

.1/ ? TltusvllU haul-nets or solnes to be fastened by while of the same number"of church Boone's Early & ;:Mott's Blood, 60c. 301, 307, 309, 811, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) jAciMOjmiXB, .FL...

t Inver: Fla. takes or otherwise, with ends nearer to steeples and windmills sixty and eighty each, $40 per 100. _

.. Lodge, No. DC( each other than 100 yards, for the purpose respectively are struck. d Satsuma and Mandarins 400. each..
4M Lamb Orange, 60c. each. :
of making a stretch ,or length' of Seedless Grape Fruit 60c. each f40. line in the State.
f" Holds its meetings the second and fourth Fri more than 830 yards to be used for tbe -At present, the ADVOCATE Is tbe per 100. BICYCLES.Best
of each juontlj, at the Court house,Titusi -
varieties of
all of the peachesthat
i< vine, at T KM p. m. purpose of catching taking fish from largest all-home-print weekly newspaper Also suited to this -
'4' printed at town along the East Coastof are known to be best
i A. T. Feaster, Worshipful Master. river creeks; bays bayous or any other Florida any between Jacksonville and South Florida ,mutton, Including the .
Ueo. W Scoble, Senior Warden. the of the State of FlorIda that C .
waters on coast ; Dew Free Stone Orange peach,
Key West. .
( y ,g B.K. B F. Wilson Hall'Junior Treasurer.Warden, ; provided however, that gill-nets of ........- J.r: originated/ In Orange county, and Is the LUTHY,, $150.00..

f J. Mendel, Secretary, a length of more than 350 yards) may, be Remember the ADVOOATE Tltus- best peach yet out for this section. .
4i FOWLER (100 $75.00.
kinds MbTT ,
Give
,.' ,I.' H. 8. Sams, Senior Deacon. used In the regular gill-net fishing. villa does all of job printing. C JAMES .

? J. Jlappersette, Junior Deacon. Seo. 8. It shall be unlawful for 'any us a share of your work.] ORLANDO NURSERY, 1',0p'r. CLEVELAND< $100, $85.00.
e nv ) A. A.Stewart, T. H. Sanders,stewards.B. r Winter Heaven, Fla.
to catch fist In
person or persons any any .
'a { j A. Geiger, Chaplain. of the waters of the state of Florldawltb -The ADvot1.4Ts'll still giving away, WESTFIELD; $75.00 .eo.oo.
A. Froscher, Tyler. free, tobacco seed of tbe finest !grade. '\ X TANTEP' FAITHFUL MEN OR e
seine or net (bait and oast-nets excepted -
any Call and get some, with Instructions for V V women to travel for responsible .
the meshes of which shall be less '
) Florida. Salary
Its cultivation. established house la '
1' TO PROTECT :FISH. than'one and one-half Inches. $780,and expenses. Position perman: B. F, MANIER,. J,;.,

a) ""Two ';Very Strong'' Bills That Soc 4 That from and after the passage All reviewed In the ent.stamped' Reference.envelope.Enclose The National self-addressed, Star Jacksonville. Fla.
> of this act It shall be unlawful for magazine
PSHING i new sporting lit
\,,.' :Were'Pa.sed'. at the. Last; :L>eg- any person or persons to catch with any OUTDOORS. Invaluable Insurance Bldg., Chicago.. DJ" With Freyer & Bradley Music Co.
salt water
,lalaturo.Tbe 'seines or nets any fish la the waters of to the the fresh i ..
fisherman KBSE8T TAYfcOB.
The following bills, passed at the last this state or use or employ any seines or water fisberman,. the ALEX NBAS.i -

legislature are said to cover the ground nets in the ciatchlnlf'of any fish In the aRTS grouse, quail, snipe, NEAR & TAYLOR LCIM:: %: dL C b .
d't e, thoroughly aa far as.protecting the waters of this state between the 15th day R 5 woodcock and hare Oa.A.: : S :e : .
I! 'Tory
state fisheries : Is concerned, but we of June alai 15th day of August of each and wild fowl runner shooter the bin,game thebayblrd hunter, the _(Successors to John McAllister.) .-. DEALERS IN .

v .1.; 'understand that the, fishermen r>10D' Indian and every year; or to catch any 'mulletIn tbe and tourist natarall.t.1'rloe wheelman. photographer, boatman' Artesian Well Contractors Edna wines ancJ:, Liquors,

H River are going to take action !In said waters between'the fifteenth day 10 cents.. Mo free copies. Subscription ;i air, '419 W. Bay St.,
the courts them'. aa It, deprives of November and the 81st day of December 78' cents.y.ar. 13i Broad
h v. against, New YOrlGatcfmr'Publishing Co., I EAU CALL1E. FLA. JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.X
In each : M i
them (the fishermen) of means of,.live year. way.

'\ hood during the summer: montha* Provided that this: law shall not be .. healthy

i An act for the protection and preservation construed to prohibit the catching of fish B. WIWCBENBACH" Manager., F. .M. 'BUBBI, Treasurer. ,. buying sour poor wine because It hllaltSdr7

of food fishes In the fresh ,water In Cast-neta, or by book and line. cheap"greeable It effect is not.upon It tbe baa system a nasty, while, dlu-a

livers,* creeks bayous streams '''In the 'Seo. 5. Any person or persons violating good wine is really not expensive, and
any of the provisions of this act shall, FLORIDA MACHINE gives yon that pulled-Wgetbar, selfsatisfied -
State of Florida, and to prevent the haullng n '
I, upon conviction, be punished by a fine ; KBf- we make feeling.a Specialty of North Caro-
or dragging of nets therein.' not exceeding: : five hundred dollars, orby # Itua Mountain Dew Corn Whiskey. three

'Be It enacted,by the legislature of the Imrplsonroent three months.In the county jail not IRON and BRASS .CASl.'I GS.Genera.i.R lr A years Parties old,,living Lee per In gallon.Dry Towns will do-.
exceeding
State of Florida: I! well. to order from ns, as we can wit
It shall' .be unlawful for All laws and parts of laws In conflict & Accurately Done. them 60 per cent.on allorders.ff .
Section 1.
i with the provisions of this act be and pairing: Promptly: 1If : Always send money with od."_
,' ;: or to stop any of the .4 jl account nnl "'-
:" any persor portions the same are hereby repealed. We will not open new

,livers,'creeks or bayous In the, State',''of Seo. 0. This act shall take effect upon Iron Building Columns, fS -r--. : Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers ;/,. d f. '. ... suitable No Goods Jacksonville sent C. O.J reference. to Dry is Towns.otIf given! .

Florida with any seine gill-net\ stop-' Its passage- and. approval by ,the' gov 't and Boxes In Stock / Nt e,t\ .Bsewers Agent and for Bottlers.Indlanopolls Indianapolis Brewing, JIll(.cI!....
kind of net or other device ernor. Sash and Grate
vet other Weight
or any Passed the Senate :May121807. Saw Mandrels of all Sizes Hercules Malt Tonic, S2.23 per Case J Clayton Russell Wild Cherry. Brandy, 14. Oper,, case
for the purpoaii, of catching food
CHARLIES S PEHRENOT, Dare JUIgSM =
L a Specialty. -
'fishes.. President of the Senate. Furnished. .
Sea: 2., It shall'be'' unlawful for any '\, T. J. ATPHYARD: ,

person or persons to ,haul or drag 'any Secretary) of the Senate .SUa-A.D. .e ILLlS.Telephone A Fertilizer for Fruit. tai

a.ine or net of (any kind In the; waters of '. Passed the House of. Representatives 102. Office and Shops at End of Viaduct In Riverside. :

*i any of,.the fresh: witter'; rivers, ,creeks I, lay' 21', 1807. JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA. '

1' bayous or strewn lu the State ,,of Florida ,. Speaker House Representatives.DANNITIC H. MATS, '' "The Ideal Pineapple Ferlilirerll"Price

or at not a greater' distance that two '

ln mile. up and away from the' 'mouth of Chief Clerk of,the War House: FORSYTH/ of Representa BYNDM! GEQRG :MARX. JOHN MARX.MARX : : : ego.oo :Per: Tc. za..

any fresh water liver creek or bayou, pee. 'BROS. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS :........ ,

;p '" for.the purpose'of catching food fishes) .Approved May 20v< 1807 Moisture.?. . . .. ',' .e..8 to. 10 Per Cent.
,,, but the use of minnow nets Is hereby allowed W D. BLOXHAU Governor. Wholesale'Dealers' |n- Ammou1a..H..I..4 X to 6.. ';.
...
the of batchlnir bait. "
for purpose to 8
I See 8. This act. is, not Intended tc ,O-xoceiles: : Fruit" ad.: ::: :JroLOG.: Potash Phosphoric(Aotual.6 AOid..o., to 8 "
r'e' ofahad. What a 131 and 133 Eat Hay Street ,and as and a5 NewaaD Street Bone1
to the catching ; Blood
operate so as prevent wonder it U Made exclusively from Bright Cotton Seed Meal<< Nitrate of Soda, ,
'' ,'.. Is now at present allowed by the that some Jq.ol3C.eioxxxrlJ.lo: : a F1 rl.d.a.: .Dissolved Phosphate Fine Ground Tobacco Stems, and Sulphate of Potash.

{ laws of Florida, or to prevent the'use ol women are so Vf Write for directions for using and further particulars; also ask for
Individuals heedless about the THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN' THE CITY. copy of "Economical Fertilizing for Fruit." We carry a large stock of all Fertui
it a seine when used by or assemblages thing that concern ONE OF zer Material, Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dust, Potash etc. Write for prices before -
oaf oooallon of picnics or public them most
i : buying. We seek the growers trade direct.
dinners for their own consumption, ai a They endure all TO GROWERS:-Let us know what you have In the way of Fruit and Vege
aorta of pain and the best Seed Potatoes and Cow WILSON & TOOMER Fertilizer Co.,
:I food only Q misery! with care. tables. Returns prompt and sure We supply
Sec.4. It shall' be the duty of the lesaness which Peas. Write us for our wholesale price list of groceries. The ,Fertilizer House of Florida,

i ,sheriffs of.the several counties of thli would. possible never if they be MARX BROTHERS: ,,, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Magnolia Jacksonville Fla..

j ., state, whenever and :wherever necessary, I consequences.Comparatively realised the. = =.

I.::?r to appoint deputies to act as flsh, wardens r .. ..... few .
; whose duties shall be to arrest and I '.J4 S,. women understand that : :
: F. when they neglect their Grocery-...
? \enter complaint against any and all per! t -. health because they are a THE PAINT STORE.

) ions caught violating any ''part of this! too busy or overworked H. A. HENRY, Proprietor. .

',;c:1 1:) (act, and the fines; In all oases' ,shall go to pr taken their up with minds other are Wholesale and Retail Dealer In wROOFING .

dP ,ye. the officer or officers making such arrest; concerns, that they area '
In lieu, the fees allowed by law. balancing; on the edge AND SHEATHING PAPERS
a'i of of a fatal precipice. *-H:STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.*** ,
': 1 See$. In all cases of arrest and conviction Any weakness or disease .

.k) under this act the party or parties organism woman's ia no special trifling Write or call for our Cash Trice List, which will please you. X711

t so convicted shall forfeit all seines, ,1" 1 matter. A woman who 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JA\XSONVILLE.: FLA. Papersz ,
I 1': nets, 'boats,.and other apparatus' being 'through Indifference '..
neglects these troubles ia laving the foundation Telephone No. 255.
;
F; used by them at the time of arrest In'' violating for life-long wretchedness.A "Wator
Paint
Cold
Outsidc
this act,' and the said seines,nets, 'modest woman naturally recalls from :
dry) the mortifying ordeal of examinations and
\ boats and -other ;apparatus after final local treatment which doctors insist upon. w. B. DAMSON I. E. BAIRD & CO.
Ii Judgment being confirmed against the i; But there la no necessity for any such re. .
Dr. Picrce's Favorite .
Bald vlolaton, shall be sold to the best Prescription cores these delicate complaint Wholesale Retail' JACKSONVILLE FLb-
t' and 63: West Bay A Laura Sts., -
advantage, for the benefit of the county positively: and completely. It ia a medicine ,

school fund In'' which the offense was of devised the moat for eminent this particular of living\ purpose specialists by one in Paints; Oils, Glass, Varnishes, and, Room ,Mouldlngs.


rl committed..Sec. 6. Any person or persons violating woman's chief. consulting Pierce diseases.Dr. has physician.been for of nearly the Invalids'Hotel 30 years WINE &: LIQUOR MERCHANT. =.

the provisions of this act shall, upon and Surgical Institute\ of Buffalo SAW AND PLAimiO- HILLS JACKSONVILLE TABO *-
eoaviotlon thereof be punished by N. Y. During this time he hae received! Fnlatka, Flu. E. Bay St.. :Foot d C tfc-
fully ninety thousand letters from women -
'a.fine not to exceed one hundred dollars, who have been cured by the "Favorite Pre West Bay St. Jacksonville Fla. WILSON CYPRESS
1 119 1 COMPANY
'
'or by imprisonment lu the county jail scription." Some of these letters are ;
by permission in chapter of Dr.
printed one
not to exceed ninety days; provided that Pierce'a great thousand-page book, "The Fine Old Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines Havana -..'> Manufacturers of -
nothing In this act shall be so construed People's Common See he Medical Ad riser." ,

..,,, .. to prevent any person or person residing It contain .advice and suggestions for self- Florida Lath. *
treatment which every woman ought to Mexican and Cigars. I Cypress Lumber Shingles and
within this state i catching sturgeon read.. More than half a million copies have. I ,
or' been sold at$r.joeach.' An absolutely: free
In of the rivers creeks bayonais
any. edition ia paper covers: will be sent for a .FINE FANOY GiROCER.IESW: A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, with
: this state.with a net or lindtsd tine to anyone: sending si onecentatani
meshes not less than four Inches square to uy the cost of mailing_ ,' WpcM'a. Dispcnoary: Medical Astoria. of an patterns a specialty.When '
Price List application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.If moulding r
measure SonVBuflUo, N. VT For a handsome clothbound a- upon .
1)i; I ',Sec. 7.' This act shall take effect sixty ., copy send Jt stamps. .* .you wish to open aa account you mast give fimVclau city references. at home, write us. for price; when np our way, come and y see w.e

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professional Cards. WHAT IS. CIVILIZATION: sometime be a deal between Mr.: Flagler 1 SOCIETIES: : KTCU l'iMl' .
e.
and Mr. Plant or railroads, neither one ( .

0801 IlL Roa.sa WALTSS.S.itAEAK.. Mr. Ilardee! Question Answeved will have any mercy*on the other; U will INDIAN RIVER GUAR)8. In Circuit Court .f+the 7th Ju.llrUl. Circuit .. More Poras!

nOIIIIIDIS 4 GRAHAM.UBS And Ills- Letter Crlttcl ed. be pure selfishness; "diamond out diamond Drill'at the Armory over county J ....every of Florida.la and for Urevard
," and whichever makes the purchase 'Itwmlay evening. In the month,at 8 o'cloHc. County:

, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. HAWKS PARE, FLA., June 30, 'ST.. and makes several A.T. f'S4.ltltItCap. ,'KokMinvtllR, Rt. Augustine. AnilUn
million dollars
by I I River Rallwaii in the fertilizers
Company. applied
OFFICB :-From 10 to. li a. m., Editor Advocate: the bargain It will not rob the laborers NDEFKNDKNT now the Florida I East cadet hallway ,
ORDER GOOD
and 2 to 4 p. m. TKMl'LAKS. company; }
Slr:-In your of the 11th on either road. VB. the' farm
paper last, TttuavlHe Lodge }fo. U meet on: means '
Tuimilny
Brevard Co. Florida. every :
I ,B frrosvnAB : T:30 In The Brevard County fiNIte Bank, 'j'
o. \ ,108. Mont Hardee, oi'Jensen has an artiole This Is a good world; the bent we have wenlng eetlng! Aret Tuesday Pretbyterlan in sank mouth.church. 1'ubllo a corpora"....

r;TIU praatice io aU the courts-state Mid fedljJiol of over a column in length in which he ever seen; the best,that God could make 1 C. A. GARDNER, Q. W. 8COHIK, TO the Brevard County State Bank, a corpora' argerand better yields"
.
bitterly complains of aU things and the Best. C.T. tlundo..lolI..1 at Cocoa, Itrevanl OMiiity,
.I facilities for examining: andperfect- almost'everybody considered; by ever- \ Florida and all other7.ersona' Intertmttid. In or
tIIaodtlUee. e t and everything. Mr. Hardee thinks the lasting force of evolution it is growing southwest baring claims quarter upon of the the north-half of the of of crops, permanent l4

times are sadly out of joint and they are better every day. Let us look about us, : CUURCIIE9.: : section ihi, township 94,south range!'east, In .

CARY-ELWES. thus because men sell their votes. and take note of the real progress civilization Urevard county, Florida Improvement of the '
are ".r by notified to be and In a
f PUBLIC A man who can write as well as Mr. has made in its slow growth from EPISCOPAL: CHURCH. YOtT.Circuit Court of the state or appear Florida' ..

NOTARY Hardee, should know better than to nseLbe barbarism, and thank God and take a"4the 2nd and 4th Snndaye In each Tttiuvllle for Urevard, the county at' the Clerk's offloe In oil' and:
upon
STATE AT LAR6Z.Typewriting ?: erntb,at 11 a. m.and T00 p.m. Sunday bool *
taxes paid'' .for' non old exploded cartridges the populists courage, and march hopefully on to meet .nr y Sunday at 9-M a. m. Evening: FIRST MONDAY IN JULY A D 188T,

rents, and accounts co looted and socialists. Many working the future. 4JOHW M.,HAWKS .'p. m. oil0T a.edrdsye. Litany In.tray.r.)' .tG T show what Interest yon have) In the above
,
Mloents; noay lesorjbed land,and to ihow why a part of It More
m.Rav.
M. etc. Correspondence eolialted.Tltuevllie people and all poor people, whether they B. F;Baow., Rector i lexorlbed In a petition Mud Mr the complainant Money; .
.. There is I IFREER' 10 this cause In the;Clera's cede la Tltusvllta ,
for appear
% FlortdatWr. \ get their living by honest work 01' no excuse any man to Olt
: by the 8tb day of May, A> D IHW should not be J
odme,-.will be made, more byreadingsuchseditious in society with grizzly beard since TfJlR14N: CRURCH., taken for the use ol the complainant, aa a rightofway .
SCOTT:' GoRDON BBOOMK.: :." uneasy the introduction Buckingham's Dye, Services every Sabbath at II -. m..... '.<11I p.m.SU",1aT. i 10 for Its railroador; else. be forever barred i in the-former's pocket. '
language and which colors natural brown or black. school at Btt: a. m., Clxia.Gardner that behalf. : "
&. BROOME, false doctrines I wish the ADTOCA/CH Sup*' PS.y.r mestlnic on Wednesday evening{ Ordered at the Clerk's chloe AD bat Fotaih the main cilia n-by acted erapwim.ns 7
SCOTT at VW.A Ta. public are cordially Invited to atNhdcear atTtttuvllle, this Dth day of eei the enr tana. la' the U.la.a t State.-. 1
to print the following Important faets, OUR EAST,, ST LANDS, Nrvlor., I I ClrouSeiti ) MayA D MOT. told la a UuU .bock which we publish and will Gladly I 't
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, that H. M. QOODKI&: ,Pastor. i anil Bre to all) Oum r la America who will writs for''lu .
and. {
Bank every discontented laborer CLIMATE, ETC. A.STRWART.. GERMAN KALI WORKS, ;,, 'Ij
(over ) .
would cut them and Robbins Graham, Clerk Clroult Court 'ltt
out paste them in BAPTIST CHURCH.PiaaohlnRevery Ajtjy: .f or complainant By C.R.Stewart M NUMB St.,New York. G. :' ,
J'
jDaml, Florida. his hat: l 'ayl..jUlyi D. C.Notice. ''I

}- At no other time since history began, ,MIAMI, FLA., Juno 23, '87. morning and'' evening second Prayer and fourth Meetinge Sunday every i I .
) J
Aredneaday' evening at 70: o'olocto. Sunday .-. NATIONAL .
I S. JONES and in Editor
no other God's Advocate:
MINOR spot on green 4 8011001 every Sunday at lilta.: / m. Also l' preach-

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. earth were working men, as a whole, Please allow me space In your pink 0.11.log ens HUH.. .Sunday..11....at cordially LaGrange Invited Second to attend.Sunday In Circuit Court of_the 7th. Judicial Circuit Home. Seekers S ;;

paid ao good wages and enabled so largea paper to answer a few questions that B. A. GKioan* .....&Or. of Florida Urevard .
County. A. D.
|TITUSVLLLE BREVARD Co., FLA proportion of them to own their homes, were recently asked by a northwestern 1807. REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. J

to live so well, to dress so well,. to haveso farmer in search of a place on the East METHODIST CHURCH.. Anna Walker Sweet tt ii

County Judge of Brevard County. of the comforts and i Regular servloei Bret, third VS. J" Bill for Dlvoroe. ,
many luxuries:! of Coait? of Florida where be can escape every and fourth Charles 1*. Sweet 'I
undara at 11 .
i a. m. and Tao m. ,
p Sunday
civilized life, to'become so generally educated the cold northern winters and at the JohooTevery Sunday at WflO: a. 10 Epwortli!: IT appearing" by the sworn bill of complaint/ Exchanging; Property for Property ;,

M. D. L.-DODSON: _to have access to so many ante time make as much money from I al'vew'Thursday.eagiweaofi.Sunday\. at night,1\:80 at p.m.7:00: Prayer" mOA The In defendant the above.as cause butt that known' the was resldenoo In New of the ur peclaltyv Send Description what z', ; ;

.. schools libraries newspapers and periodicals his wheat and potatoes. I *dlea' *ad 8oo'' 'y meets every WCdneeday leans" La.,but that his whereabouts at present you hftve.ntxl what you want. ,
I at 5:00p.( m.. Kverybody welcome at our ohurch are unknown to complainant, and thai there Is i!
DENTIST. aa now, and here.in the United Q-Is It necessary to. spend 925 for servloee no person In the State or Florida service of a UALABAlt, Indian River FLORIDA.C. ;f f1

States. fuel in Florida la.order to keep warm ? A. WYJ. BEST; Pastor. subpoena, and that upon the whom defendant would Is bind said the defendant \ I.I
over of
a'
age
Office over poatoffice.LTUeYILLE Why then this eternal howl and growl A-No fuel Is needed except for cookIng il years. It Is therefore ordered that the de-. O. CARROLL, .
purposes and'the woods .are full of fondant the said I Chariot I).Sweet, do appear at t "
about Real Estate Agent.The .
the millionaires CATHOLIC C8erl1's ,
JFLORIDA.. having robbed the pine timber that can be used for that CHURCH. the office on or beforethe ,I
poor. Every miserable tramp and every purpose without any cost. Rervloes at 10 a. m. every 8l1nd.'n. 8ECONO DAY OF .AUGUST 1807 f"
lazy thief In the feels Q-How soon "after a Is Church building, North Tltiuvllle.\ ijbllo&ren'e the same being Rule Day, ti> plead answer or ':
] plantedwill .
crop Com-
country personally catechism at a p. m. demur to the bill of oo+nplalnt.dled herein.I Largest and Most
L. GAULDEN, aggrieved at all'accumulations of one be able to market It PAVegetables. ,. Rev.J.F.O'BoviBt Rector. And It Is further ordered that this notice be I',.1
property will produce 'in six published In the INDIAN.Rivsn ADVOOATH anewspaper .+pleto Establishment South. "',:
; ATTORNBT-AT-LAW, ; It should not be hoarded up. for weeks from the seed and one can find a Florida published, In 'Titusvllle Hrevard

f'lH practice In all the Courts of the State future use, they say; it should be divid ready market at the hotels In winter and MUNICIPAL.: county tin weeks prior onea to the and week day for of eight August' consecu next. GEO & HACKER & SON

l/lorlda,and the United States Court. ed evenly for the daily wants of the local markets ID summer. Tomato seeds Witness the Honorable John D. Hroome, :
are set out November first and the Judge of mid om.rt1 and the seal of said court
r.O. Box,239. TITUSVUAE FLA. vagabonds and self-made paupers. who ready for market in March. They crops TOWN COUNCIL. at TTtusvllle. Florida, this lit day of June, A D I
lW7e
"}i Money to Loan. 18 whenever they Lave had money have bring from 93 to 97 per orate and net $4 Happenette R.1'. Hall,mayor tax collector)I R. 8.Smltb G ,marahal t J. A. C L. P. ] A. A. STEWART

squandered it, in riotous living, and now and over, therefore one acre will produce and assessor| J. M. Dixon;, W.Cary-Klwes R. Knox clerk Gao June-julyao Clerk Circuit Court

f pOPE & CAMPBELL, ask the industrious and thrifty to divide. 200 orates on an average that will net on W.Scolds, R. C. Sorlmgeour, Thoa. W.. Lund t

There are probably a million pauper an average 9800 which l is larger amount fourth councilmen.Mondays The In seek oomioll month.meets second and -We have just received another supply ,"
than the average northern farmer gets of very fine grades of tobacco seed, .
ATTORNETS-AT-LAW,,, and criminals now living like leeches .on from 25 acres In various things. Then which will be given away to any person 1

the community and they do not raise> a one can put out 2 or 3 acres in pineapples COUNTY OFFICERS. who will plant It on the East Coast) Call

I .Jacksonville, Florida. finger to help earn the salt they eat. that will, In two years produce SCHOOL BOARD.., or send scam e d-addresaed envelope for
Every ODe who Is able to labor shouldbe 200 crates that will net from 93 to 94 per some to the ADVOCATB.office.
rate, therefore adding In two years, J. S.Snowden Tltunvlllet' A. L. Hatch City;
obliged to work or starve. In the from Point; 1>.E. Miller, Malabar.- ,
W. ALLEN 9000 to $800 to the annual Income. ,
GEORGE "Co-operative Commonwealth," to Q-How much will a person be compelled HODGES & GODFREY
COUNTY
to for fertilizer COMMISSIONERS-:
which the modern socialist looks forward pay ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, A-Not a penny is necessarily spent W. H. Sharpe. Sharpen, chairman)
to as. 'the Millennial Heaven on for fertilizer If a man Is at all ambitious Mendel, LaUnkngei' J. R. Walker lltiinvtlloi, Manufacturers of Manufacturer* of z {
West Florida. earth there will be .worthless lives JIIO.Houston" Eau!: Oalllel) R.I>. lake Jensen. ,
Key
poor he make
as can a compost heap of straws, Regular aemlons. are held fret Monday! In each
Will practice In the United States the same as there are here. Property table manure, etc., that will answer the month Yellow Pine Lumber Doors. Sash, Blinds, i

.and State Courts. 9jun95 there cannot be equally distributed; ame purpose and If anything be su- \
there must be and parlor to the beat commercial fertilizer. COUNTY OFFICIALS. KOUOU A. DWK88ED
a treasury, accumulations Tile has been demonstrated by several lonldlD> and Building Material.
of provisions and clothing Just as Industrious Minor S.Jonen Tltuivllle, county Jndge) D. Orange lox H....*, t
who each
TAR. F. H. HOUGHTON, growers save $200 L. Ganlden, Tltimvllle. proumjutlntf attorney. ) Office and Warerooms, King Opposite S
there are now; these must be held and year. A. A. StewartTltinville, clerk circuit court) J. Fruit V..*iable Orate
Q-How the school facilities the 1'. Woolen, Cocoa, tax annetiHor i K. W. Hall Cannon Street '
are Lubber ,
the delivered !
managed by competent, for the benefit Sharpe, tax collector) A.T. Feaster,TUuivllle, at any part of Indian River N
DENTIST. water, the general health, etc. t..urer' J. H. Sanu' Coiiitenay. on thrmiEh bill of luillnc.. Anyone nuntemplat.nir .
partly of the incompetent. Notwithstanding A-First, the schools\ of Dade and Bra- public InHtnictlon. | J. O. Frlen superintend.nt Orlando, building on."the East!: Coast,would du well to Charleston. S. 'C. M'
write forprloe The "''ewmlllie I situated
the
all the scantaurroyuriJ.PBrownTltasrldb.herlxjbe ; { on ,
.Daytona, Florida. Intelligence attainable yard counties are equal to any In the j J., r.oft K. W. Ry.,0 mile south of l'alatka.l .
and attained by the average American south. The teachers are experiencedand ,
----- 8atlluma 111"11 tH,Putnam co.,Fla. '
well educated they having first Sash Cord
and
laborer there is a vast deal of Ignoranceyet. Weights ,
T O. FRIES C. E. passed a thorough examination. ,
Moat of
our paupers, criminals Second, the water Is considered to DO YOU WANT SOMETHING
1
COUNTY SURVEYOR. and tramps have emigrated from for- first-class, 'and superior to any city ROYAL-TANSY PILLS Hardware; ,

lego countries, and we must take care water. ,

Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. of them as best we can. If, when these Third the health is superb and there i GOOD AND CHEAP ? .r WIMMIWVKHT.A:sew.!.11.41.. and...UltVRItrAlt'....".(tors..*,. Window and Fancy Class .. b
Is no sickness Whatever; the death rates prs o".d, ..r..l.., M
s
\ :
Mapping 'neatly ..done. Estimates for die off, that would be the end of them, l less than place in the United I Il I .niituimtiaii.Ni>waM.aa:hgev..q'; =
any abitract IedMa. thaws ,_ IU.r .
An showing perfect title willbe orgaas A SPE IADTY.
it would not seem so discouraging but t at In..ala.u.rwatwee lmlaM .
States. *
all kinds of engineering works. Disputed ; ; .. rips. .. Alan ,
furnished to each purchaser of any V i n law, in! >o.ll
when we reflect that these The climate l Is cooler than any place ..51. plain {
paupers of the lands in Brevard !
following county: 1' ..,'T''r"liJrr.1.1
lines a specialty.. In the Union and there are no deaths stamp.Ill "
I/ criminals and tramps whether marriedor from sunstroke.. Right. front on the north side of Main r A Tr1:!kt1rMiw 'Choice *

SEBASTIAN BrevardCo.: FLORIDA not, will leave a new generation, born I have received several letters with street to, Titusville.the channel Riparian and the rights Wharf extend .Sold by J. B. Soreven only. .Wlnes, Liquors to ivv
City
In sin. Inheriting the tendency to go questions regarding the section and feel l >
,. ,, and Cigars.,
extends along the lot on the south side. ,
that it would be useful to others who
and almost to
wrong a certainty they
"VV" ..Yl't0ct4.Z3 not familiar' with the true state ol f There Is a large warehouse on the lot at Guaranteed Pure, '
: : will go wrong the thought is appall- are affairs the bulkhead of the City Wharf which Cheap Excursion Rates, Via 1

In every section at once to sell staple ng.. But, the present hue and cry etc., etc.regarding crops-climate WILL S. THOMAS., health goes with the property and 1,000() feet of Sold at redueed ;'
goods to dealers no peddling experience rentable property along the city landing/ prices +
rich
; ; against the Is raised by people who
unnecessary; best side line. $75.00 a Price of property, Including warehouse The Plant System; Imported ,
read the
can and who read too V.
papers;
2000. t
month. Salary and expenses or large Practice economy in medicines Tokay sibs>
, -commission mad much of the wild seditious political stuff bung 1
Address, with 2 cent as In other matters. to from Italy .
I -stamp for sealed particulars Clifton Soap that Is printed. The American laborerIs get Hood's Sarsaparilla because it con Four and a half acres of land In the To Nashville Tenn., account Tennessee

and Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati not suffering; he Is only made uneasy tains more medicinal value than any southeast quarter of southeast quarter Centennial; tickets sold from all' John B. Togni." : '
,Ohio. other-100 doses one dollar. of section 20, township 21, south rangeM points In Florid., via the Plant System
and disquiet by being stirred up by "la east, at Minis station, on the J'L T. A as follows: Rates from .Jaclr oD.lllel i Metropolitan Saloon, 123 East Bay Star '

bor reformers" and "labor preachers." K. W. R'y four miles north of Titus for tickets sold dally on and t
Hood's Pills are the only pills to take 28tn, until Oct. 15th Inclusive, 924.00: ,JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. 1 ;
Ko Cure-No Pay The average workmen in the northern vllle. This Is In the western part of tin
with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Cure all liver limited until 15th. ...
Turnbull hammock and has been all round-trip Oct. lvliol *ale and .taILo.
,
I have worked themselves
manufactories
That Is the way "druggists sellGrove' ills. cleared ready to be set to orange trees. Tickets sold I dally\ _,on. and! .after_April_! ---
.
Tasteless Chill Tonlo for chills into the belief that It is wrong for'the Price 9250.The 20tn until ucc. loin inclusive, J/.w,

and malaria. It is simply Iron and quinine owner of the'factory to make any money; Watermelon Sherbert. limit twenty day. from date of sale. WEAK MEN MADE VIBOROUSnJjMfmSs, .i '
in a tasteless form. Children love Tickets sold on Tuesdays'and, Thursday
out of his Investment. He may Indeed, southeast of the north +
:it Adults It to bitter quarter 20th fi
prefer nauseating of each week April to Oct. 2 .tonics. Price 80o. suffer all the losses of his business, but Watermelons are here, and a recd passouth west quarter of section 18, township 21. Inclusive, 1:1.80: round-trip, limited ten

j if any profit is made that all belongs to for watermelon sherbert Is in order. Try of this range is excellent 30 east;hammock 40 acres. land One-half ends days from date of sale. Dally for military .

the workmen-they think. this out the entire center of companies and bands until Oct.
: Scoop muck
-The'Walton the other half Is land. It Is situ- '
Rapid Calking Machine 2l1th. 912.8(1( round-trip limit ten days.
:No. Mr. Hardee' Illustration of the strife fine ripe melon, remove'every seed an4chop ated within three-quarters of a mile of: Ja
one W; No. two, $10; No. three, $15 The Plant System operates double dally
'Tituivile,117a.'ANTEDFAITHFUL. between labor and oapltal' seems to me pretty fine in a bowl, adding a Clip] Mima station and four miles north of trains and Is absolutely the only through i !

a very badly explained; he compares the of granulated sugar. Pack all closely 1 in Titusvllle.Road A very desirable the property. oar line via Montgomery and Atlanta on ,
the
and the fire to labor passes through property to quick and reliable schedule nn reoovervoinhful vlo Ab.alet.l Yesr
water to capital y
the Ice cream freezer and turn for a few 200. .. ,
station Price .we 1 ye.1 It.ll/r '
MEN OR To Nashville Tenn.. account Seventh t
irgiarCtlytfesi'slBi
which In smoke. Wouldn'tIt 1.pe .R sr +
"goes up moments then serve 1n glasses as :
; '
responsible you Annual Reunion Confederate Veterans, either sw*, JfstlllsiMlseese'rrrWewitsist Vle l
.established house in Florida. Salary more exact to say that the steam engine would sherbert. ,ON TBS: ST. L0CIE: BIVCR., June 22nd: to 24th, tickets sold June .<...., an4 uM. wards/> fffftf off of usanlty tat tnu ana or consumption.MWMM* mrndlwn n 1

i$780 and expenses. Position perman- and the crude material worked Lot 4, section 32: township 37, south 19th 20th and 21st rate..,from Jacksonville DtiD't w letdnsnlst Impose a woriawMeubatiiale ISa ontVrrW'i'UfttvT f

'ent Reference. Enclose self-addressed upon whether timber or cotton repre To Preserve Eggs.tt range 41 east, containing 77 acres. This 912.80: limit ten days from date of Vas W,. a? It..
r5tamped envelope. The National, Star sent capital, and the wood and water ( tract has a quarter of s mile front on the sale. An extension ot ten days oan.be ''r.Vi-.W.T.V*. l w sIoia'MBold w {leas ,
insurance Bldg., Chicago. 9t. Lade River and lies a few hundred secured by depositing; return ticket with w rise
represent labor; now, the result will be (is asserted that a coating of vWlelineIs feet west of where the Florida East joint agent at Nashville not later than FEwi Y t 8I aee.liu. ,

the manufactured, product, and the the best thing discovered for keeping)g Coast R'y crosses the river. It has .a June 20th. Double dally trains with .

strife Is in the division of this productIt eggs fresh. Coat them well and put nice front and is excellent pineapple through cars via Plant SystemTo by J. B.f8crevenronly.80IENTIFIO
land. Price f3Ij pea'acro. We will DOt Chattanooga Tonn., International '
vote of the workmen could settle !
a them In ajar, with layers of salt to
separate out this lot. Convention B. Y. P. U., tickets sold July ,
the matter, nearly the .whole'prOduct and fill the jar well to the top, 13th to 13th' inclusive, one fare for tEMe11iN01 b VgAp' ri/

would be given to labor; very little or then cover tightly. Turn the jar ever; Apply or write to the round-trip from all points via Flan \

>-y i n.r.hu S.b..n.tim.wbssi grown nothing would be allowed for the busl few days to keep the yolks from settllo ROBBIXS A GRAHAM CO., System. From Jacksonville 't4. O. limited ,.' ..{':
'. 1 11II
should posed .gofer fsUon with.oipr..* to July 21st. 'An extension of return
I OM. boon a Mm* ness ability and skill In management; to side. The be I IDa Titusvllle Fla.
one packed
) >- ry<.8 Z2.wmmora w ntUI. The*are eggs may Unit to August 16th can be obtained ;,auUTs alwmys.verrwaete.the w.pr.. .laalss F w esi le h br ln thFEHRY'SSEEDAMNUAL' little or nothing for the use of machIneryand box. This Is a simple way of treatlni- by depositing ticket with agentat It, 1.1./1. ,

money invested. Capital wouldbe them, available to every housewife, aad Chattanooga prior to July 19th. ."11':"

forced out of business, and the work- she well take advantage of It when AGENTS-925: to 950 per week easy For further Information address (''/
hj fill may You work right around home. A brand n. L. TODD C. H. HOWABD TtAOf .A.... ""
ef. Jafmutlom Th.nwllln.T.rb far cerdxiera.* .. ., ajsdplnnWn. men would lose their job. eggs are so cheap' sew thing. Write to tts quick f Too DIV.' P...,. Agt P.... \\t otllltaNlfy t 'I"
J City Agt.,
IMSinow tosmd for U.W dlUon..Fvee.. OOPY.IOMTe ... h
between will be at how easily it be
about the strife
D.M.f,. A Co.,OetroK,Nash.r His statements surprised candons' O. W. Parkhill, City Ticket Agt., ANAIIss.ANler..7 I"' ,,
labor and capital are not correct. Send us your address. anyway- Jacksonville, Fla.' q ........... .._.... iii '}
The mall boat urt ea.
new Belgian Princess .
_
j e rrtrly
It will be to Interest to Investigate -S'
This same strife of selfishness is active Cleamlntlne built In and your F.-1(. Jolly, Dlv. Pass. Agt. Tampa, .agerey foe es r.
England placeton Write to-day. Address "People1, Haycralt r; II 1
t If. O. T. P. A. :: Ee
between every buyer and seller Ia. the the run between Dover Vial Ostenc, 8941 Market St., Philadelphia, Pad ........::.:::r: s l oil a ;.,

community The strife between two recently covered the distance from lan AMERIOMI ; t tr.

people making a trade is more deadly leg to landing, oven 65 mile., In two Dno: blanks lOo each; '".00 per 100, a t ( m--.ot. ...... ....,1M.ts 01 Z':. 1 1tauos
than between capital and labor, in this hours and forty minutes. the ADVOCATB office.fx : ...JotoInMII.I,,_ 1I11_
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YOUR FORTUNE way. The manufacturer wants to have fjriNiiLsIEALS: : I t os r.....,. esq$.... Addrw 'lit

lusttaSii= revs .plan. 'caBJ' his workmen comfortably housed, fed Two additional telephone cables are I to MUNN A CO..,
: .
: :
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..t 1t.s as rANTED-FAirnnri. MEW on rte s Mi ....4ws>r. Hew Tetfe.
\1l;'j.AI.'e rand..Ila'ya.OL.aI/butg I .Iwe ulna.p0= and clothed, and he pap wages willingly :- be laid between England and :Franc VV *women to travel for responslblestablished d ,.

nittJlL.oMr. =:.rcr: ; accordingly. Not so in any other There will be two circuits In each wire hoar In Florida. Salathen

..II trading arrangements. If the jockey so that with the cable already laid, 9780 and expenses. FosltUn permanent&. I-iiO".STPiAN': Waflted==1n idea' I
.. ,
a h. Reference. Enclose settaddressedstamped
::.:. T .er y..m.w.n::;.. can sell a worthless horse for a good: will be six wires available for public I The -..,

=n-: :: .:: ..r.a... and should there t Instead of two at u1e envelope. National eta auwsM ; N THE: SOUTV "b':". ... = eh
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Woo .1IeU.-........a.we price, he will do it; as present, Insurance Bid,., C lcaso. jan29,97 :lIa: 'jff..tl t--I


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I E i41 JULY 2 1897.
..... INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE ,

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terms. Thus we bave a law treating BLUE! FISHING OFF GREAT
', I' -+ INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. 4kWUBKLT THE KEY WEST RIOT. specifically of mallet,and In it the gnneral ( & SilififflerGOOdS.To
POINT.
word 'fish' used disjunctively to ;* Spring
The recent'race riot at Key West the specific treatment of mullet, cannotbe (
f' (j JOURNAL DEVOTED TO TUB DBVBIiorumrr fir ,
'" ."" technically extended to include mul (Dedicated to the Cu Club of Cinclnatti -
A r : or TU..Dt.ur B.IVCBLAKB will serve as a warning that our .
1 let. Mallet.. a. much excluded by; 0.)
WOBTK A JlD BISO1TMB BAY SBCTIONSrFUBW8UE1) citizen soldiery should always be this view, would the '
be
as terrapin if : ---- ... .. .. .. _.
that Storekeepers Only :
ready for any emergency may law read 'or to catch any terrapin In salewaters' : =
jnVEKY FRIDAY.CHAS. arise.' A great; many members of between the 15th dar-of; : November BY EDWIN' HKirDEBSOW.
j' 14 r and the 31st day of December etc. -
,H.- 'WALTOH/Ertltor&Troprletor.LIEUT. t the State Troops do not considerthe "It follows, therefore that mullet may [Written for the Indian River Advocate] We now have a Complete Stock of the above-named

....----- ---.----.- grave responsibility they take be so taken between the 16th day of -

,upon themselves when they enlist, June and the lath day of August, but 01 Nantucket the largest: Gocds at low Prices
i'! Cat-rigged yaobt<
: .:QUAY,'eon of Senator M,! looking upon the matter rather agan. not other flab; and tbat other fish may boat of bar class In existence.: owned by Major ,
'method of obtain.ing be caught between the 18th day of November A.O.Russell,of Cincinnati, O. Mosquito Nets, on frames and in the piece fine meshes; Sand-fly netting-
d '> rS. Quay, has been appointed captain .inexpensive resulting from swift ;
and the 81st day of December The'ripe" are. breakers Screen cloth: Cotton Crashes for Suits; Straw hats; Wash Cott6nade; Summer: '
p + 't ''z by President McKinley, overt a week's vacation every year, but no mullet." tides on suoals.The Lawns; Wash goods, White goods, Ducks etc. We keep everything usually |In
and to the duties ( 'Cleopatra, lotus crowned best value for
giving'no thought and aim to give the
'! she beads of ISOHIeutenants< in the Nantucket. leaves for flsMnff ground 4 demand; are prompt In shipments money.. J
they may be called 'upon to She's swift of heel-well manned and found Liberal dealings our motto.BENEDICTVPOLLAK.
r y 7 cavalry and 607i3ieutenants in the perform at any'moment. IJad our Sheriff, Drown Explains Ills Searching the deep with scent of bound.) & CO.,

J 1 v' .general branch;.service. Who says own company been called upon to Position. I. *

I v i >Senator',Quay has no sway with assist the :Itey'''.West Guards, which, Great Point's anchor bright there-sector lights, 't.h8yo 32 34 &'.36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.
>We'll
;'14 ;' >the president ? might easily have,, been the case TITUIVIIUI; :, FLA, June 80, '97. And In the morn's great; mystery -
had the trouble occurred nearer Seek harvest fair.
the .'
------- To public:-I have been falsely e
L N JlYLJiR'1I: : .."forty battalions 'otrtroops" home, would it have been ready to accused to the Governor the State, of The rips will dance with foam-clad,crests, P. E. HcMURRAY m4HWPri>cr>v Carriage and

behboasta.are answer the call without delay ? As misconduct in office in regard to the And bluefish flash within1 their breastsII'
which behind Wagon
; far as the mien are concerned thereIs reinforcement of the fish law. It is sale

( ,hIm: It the Cubans choose to keep no doubt as to their readiness by negligence or favoritism I have per From white tower the lamp's deep red
1 up the war, eeem.tto have a great mitted the Tltusvllle fishermen to continue Sends yon forth Its gleam of....rnltlCJIKbt( BAKER, &@ 3WQ% 3 MaterIalS.Dealerl .
'men
''i ,1 .deal of difficulty in bringing tbe for duty at any/tfme ; but fishing to the prejudice of those of Our boat at anchor nods her beau, in
..
alone of unless their To rolling from out the night ,
{ are 'no use Fort Pierce. This is not true, and the
Numbers
--"rebels' submission. .
s to arms and ammunition are in a serviceable parties who Instigated and made ''the mAn
-do not for mud in guerilla warfare Saddlery, Pleasure and ,Business Vehicles Hand Carts, etc., etc t
go ,,condition and ready for charge know It was not true S knew early morn's bright gggrase-clad: Dump Carts
and forty,battalions will not that fishing was being done at Tltusvllle The gleaming: :(traml and wok; Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Immediate use. ,The necessity of and Fort Pierce as well as ''elsewhere in A vessel's wreck still upright, Alls
'be of much more service than forty Its place ashore In sands of gold. *
+ keeping up drill all the year roundis the county, and refrained from putting a
; 'to 8upplyextra T
1 /companies, except also forcibly .brought to notice stop to it under the instruction of the rv.

\' (.billets for, "rebel"bullets. by these occasional incidents., It Judge of the County Court, who assuredme Her bulwarks high, and stout arched ribs '. The New C'.ejSeldell
,
that there was some question raised Must yield to teeth of time and tide j '
la rather the 'practice, of,, a great The pathos of her presence: bids
law
? about the which he and the Prosecute The minds revert to life's' dark side.
THE FULLER FISH LAW, many members of a military' com log Attorney would conclude about and e e

pany '''to absent' themselves from then give me Instructions. I went more Cypress Door Company
t' than once to the Judge about it, and he But rips now dance with foam-clad crests.
drills until about month before breasts.V. ,
j4* The ruling of Judge Jonea in one as often instructed me In this way and "And bluellsh flash within their

.the case of the State of Florida vs. the time for encampment comes so I informed all the fishermen who Inquired .FLA.:: '
.L.ATI3.L:
S. W., Rogers, which permits our round, ''when they evince a very at Fort Pierce as well'as' elsewhere With anchor stowed and well filled ran P- "
fair amount of enthusiasm that I would give general notice Our brave boat takes each billowy leap ITo j turned the steam on to
'1Q( fishermen to catch mullet during temporary right and left the sea's wild swell Opened October 1st, 1800,

v ,the summer months when other until that outing is over, and tied when the the question Judge and they Col.were Oaulden considering.I set. Gives us the ghost-dunce of the deep., One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door Sash '
then into their :VI.
they seem relapse ,
'K ,fishing.is prohibited will .be a relief should have been sorry' for the distress Blind
to one1t"ho. either directly usual indifference as to things to our people,' but I meant to do my Toward shining draft and sharp barbed death
L every in the United States. f fAnd
rl Leaps the game prowler of the sea; and General Wood Plants
when restrained Working
4 ;? ,. or indirectly interested in. military. To keep up an efficient courts.duty not by competent- Then .cptivee a vainly seeks midst to. flee.swats, ,;
drill Is the chief The
the,fishing industry, .and this includes company, constant Some people are malignant toward me TO. with experienced management, (covering a past experience of el el

: practically '.very citizen of requisite and it is far better not because I have not pleased them in other years In Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect tho bea
to Join a military unless because I have been Our muscles strain at tanghtened lines at our hands. Our production will cove] a
.i Brevard county. \It is well to believe :company things not guiltyof That hand o'er band are swiftly hauled; possible material and workmanship
l d that legislature did not enlistment is coupled with an, intention favoritism to Tltusvllle :fishermen. Bach fisher In the struggle finds Doors'Sash Blinds, Mouldings, Frames Hot-house; Materials, Tanks, Glass etc
I Respectfully His present self all sport Intbrallsd.
and desire to submit to the ,
Intend at
to p'roblblt.mul1et fishing bherlff '
J. P. BBOWN *
,
\ a' time' when' tbere.i81: (absolutely no discipline and.comply with all the Brevard County.Master's de with foam-clad oreits,
For rips still dance
reason. for.tb. ;prohibition and requirements and duties that fol. While blueflsh dash from out their I ..r MIAMI -
r *
low in its train. *
: when it is neo uary that 'every -
ottrade'sheuld be left Sale. [The writer who sends the above to the
venue, open ADVOCATE, from New York,says the Cleopatrawill
for the benefit of the eople. The cruise down the East Coast of Florida next
Y THE NEW FISH I.A W. and by virtue of a decree of fore- '
;1 wording of ,the statute' certainly UNDER and sals Issued out of the Circuit winter.-ED.] Town Lots Now on Sale !
Court of Brevard Fla. in certain
county
: ; f! I. ,Jeaveaits< meaning a little obscure, oauce therein pending wherein Aaron A. HeOranw .
4 nditbe judge's ruling that "mu-- A Test Case Before*Judge JonesIn I. complainant and I*. L.Will and Jennie Best Ink, ,
1 Will, hie wife,and Ida B. Oruber and her -
1' ', let may be 'ao taken between 'the the County 'Court at Tltun lle' husband Edward Uruber,are defendant; I will -

;15th day of June and the 15th, day last Tuesday, the ,case of the State of ell door at HC publlo Tttuaviile auction I Florida In front of during the court the bourn legal, Black or red,W.one P.pint UNDERWOOD, postpaid,, 10 A. .E KINGSLEY General'. Agent For

4 of August, but, not other fish," Florida vs. J. W. Rogers, charged with hours of sale, on the cents. Roseland 'FI.. I
violating the Fuller Fish Law, was submitted SECOND DAY OF AUGUST,189T, .
would coincide with the
f seem to to Judge Jones for trial"without being tbe nnl Monday In laid montb, to the Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle.
it 'intention of the framers of the a Jury. The defendant confessed to the hlithet and beat bidder for cash the following
described real estate All that tract of Land TOBACCO SEED TO BE GIVEN
,statute-- It is a well established catching of mullet, but denied that any lying and being In the Town of Tit eville, Jtre- to who will plant It
I ; t" 'fact that while the time of spawning other kind of fish had been taken by yard county, FToi'Ida,described a* follow: Lot in Away Urevard any county.person Call at the ADVOCATE CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY >)
him, and the state'admitted that the ((1))one of block (16)) sixteen, a* shown on the
?i extends over considerable'.\ t map of the Town of I made by J. office, Titusville, and get some.
claim was true. On this submission the Francis LeBaron,now on ::1i.nbe: oftloe: of tb. 'Or send to postage.IF In of the Town. Selected '
period It does not (begin! earlier court held that Rogers was not guilty, clerk of the Circuit Court of Aid county and stamp pay all parts ,Carefully

''I... .,,than.September, and the absurdity as mullet, by a fair construction of the state realize or the to amount much thereof due tbe a* may complainant be lutBclent, principal to. Fruit and Vegetable Lands onHHinmi

'and injustice of tbe;>Fuller law, act, were not Included In tbe closed season ,Interact and costs of lult.GEO. YOU NEED a Good, Reliable and

t if it was tho intentionito stop mullet beginning June 10th and ending ]1[. ,OBBIN3, Widely-read Newspaper Subscribe for' River and Bay BJscoync.
August 15th, and that the catching of ha'ADVOCATE.FERTILIZERS .
I Jul3-JuU Special Maiter.
fishing between June 15th and mullet was only prohibited from tbe Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.Main .

t'' August t fcWtb is evident,'. as it will 10th day of November. to the Slut day of A- Office Hotel Miami MIAMI FLORIDA, *

t I' ..n'no way protect, the flair and December.. _
Would throw out of employment a This Is a very Important case at this
time, and the opinion of the court may HAll/d.
large number of men; who rely on be Interesting to the public so we give ED B. HAINK3. K. B.

i this industry for their living. below the reasoning of tbe court: .... IIASivES
qi, _..w._ "The necessity for tile construction of :: :$RO; ...I.iI.s": ,

statutes Is nothing new In the courts of
THE GLORIOUS, FOURTH., Florida," says the judge "and our Supreme When ;you are In the market 'write for Information regardingour MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS
M court baa ]laid down completely .
That day, as dear !to *ithe fireworkslaving and olearly the rules for such construc ,; ..

1 ',' small boy as to' the, tlon. I understand well that no court Agents for the Gas Engine and Power Company. ,

heart of every patriot, is near at may depart from the plain meaning of Complete Fertilisers: : Repair parts for their Motor in stock. Old parts exchanged for new, and allowance made accordingly.
p y tbe statute on the ground that It Is'unwise Our Specialties t Installing Complete,Isolated;Lighting and Pumping Plants for
hand, and.it will be celebrated with or unreasonable dementia nse operated by gas,/gasoline steam or water. Can Bet the greatest power from artesian

w equal zest and ardor by the inhabitants "The argument thattheaotoftheLegisiature Vegetable, fruit and vine, orange tree manure, blood, bone, wells for running. Vapor Hot-small
l'4' "' of the "Hogan's Alley 'of will bring hunger and distress and potash,, and other brands. pumps to be UlleU for any purpose. Injactors Ejectors Models ". Typewriters all makes.Steam .
Into the homes of a large and useful ,v ,Vacuum Water and Ammonia Gauges. Inventors' constructed with secrecy and
a. the country 'and the owners of the. dispatch. Construction and repair of Intricate machinery a specialty.. Our equipments are of
class of at time when the
our people a
costliest, mansions The Glorious avenues to employment otherwise are Tho Armour Fertilizer Works, '. charges.tbe latest kind.' Give us share of your work' ,and you will be pleased with our workmanship and

w Fourth-or as it was once'' and 'closed to them Is of no force-tbe Divine
Office and Works Foot'of Liberty St., JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
:,
should be still.called, Independence principle of tempering the wind to tbe ,4Where .
4s the shorn lamb, of no avail-In the oonstruo- Chicago ,
lint Day-- most enthusiastically'observed
Lion of statutes But If the statute, or 1
it ''holiday of any that,, are any part of It, be ambiguous and uncertain jL these fertilizers are made, having unlimited sources CHAS. N. WELS'HANSU
t celebrated on the face of the civil the courts may declare the true andeldenlllntentlon
draw their'llpplle but the .
from which to \ use nothing very
of the !
Iced, globe. .Neither Eugland Legislature and .
they ought to do It. There 'Is no.question best materials, and there are no goods made better than our I sCEMENT
s. France of the
Germany, nor any la my mind about the ambiguity In COMPLETE FERTILIZERS.. We solicit your orders i .
r nations have aa annual holiday this law tut to mullet. i BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER,
,
+ that calls forth ooh an exhibitionof "In construing a statute less regard ,

popular: and patriotic rejoicing.The ,may be paid to the words used than the ARMOUR & COMPANY, r HAIR AND LATH
** *
under current of patriotismwhich evident policy which dictates it. Let us .
see In whether my position Is Jacksonville.. Fla.
whole Cant
pet\vadea.tbe country correct. I be possible that the Leg
State Agent L. & M..Paints Oils.
does not often ,find expression, but islature Intended to practically prohibit ands .

when it dees, no .cow plaint can bet the catching of mullet If so, where lethe w .
Old. 'Phone 8. )o( 13 Street
of It P The mullet Is Hogan
made of things being done in a policy thepeor '
half-hearted, manner. The people, mane It Is to the poor of the SAVE ,MONEY And ,Buy From ****.* j JACKSONVILLE\ FLORIDA.
South what the sturgeon Is to the poor .
ti-- ,flay "let us rejoice,".and they do of the North. It Is at its best as an -- =

rejoice in a way that .shows their article of food I In the months! of June, :TAM: ::E1S e. ':eO-C-eS: ,

pride in their .country and theii. July ana August; ana Is hardly edible DR. .C. F. HOUSTON
I :
and 'of value for Ita
no -except roe-at
.
Appreciation of the aveat which led other periods. Can It be presumed that '
Grain Feed Garden Seeds Flour Grits:
(to their nation becoming of the I our Legislature, In the midst of universal Hay, :JmLVT.A.L: : 1?An.LOn.Sio

'I ,:greatest and most powerful on dllue ., Intended to out off a great, I

a earth. And yet it 1s to be doubtedit just cheap at food season source when from It our was poor most people.available Heal and Cotton Seed Meal. Established 1884. )o( Cor. Bay and Laura St., over Mrs..KeeneX

.ore than one half of the shouting to>> them 'M

,. small boys know what they are "1. view of the uncertainty existing Agent for Gray Mineral Ash kills all kind. of Insects: ; Harmless to man or JACKSONVILLE, Fq>RIDA.For .

making such a noise about; they in the statute about mullet with reference beast. Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins Write for quotations.
to summer prohibition, I shall give the next 30 days prices will be as follows: Gold Fillings, $1.50 to $J;
)know it is holiday, and a day on the legislature the benefit of the doubt Office: 134 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE: ,FLA. Plastic Fillings, 60o. to $1; Alloy Fillings, $1 to'UO; Plates, $3 to $8; Fall sets

which unlimited supplies of' fire: and acquit them .f any such, IntentIon. (very best)), ft to $10. Extracting free by a painless method where plates are

works are forthcoming', and they Unless, then the legislature, with all made. First-class operators and polite attendants. Gold and Continuous Gum'
1 e enjoy It accordingly. This excellent certainty, included mullet In the summer t. Sets of Teeth made and repaired. .

3 I opportunity to inculcate patriotism prohibition the policy of the law E. B. Williams & Cout'- --
will exclude: mullet from such.. pro ,
y'' ,i I into the rising! geperatioaShould hibition. ,U, S. Department of;Agriculture Pineapple Orange and Lemon
not be let slip; early Impressions "The statute provides thAt .It shall be
Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants. ,, Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. Land For Sale
t t are very Important fac- unlawful to us* or>> employ any selnea or .,. Cheap.
tor in the forming 'of character Mta In the catching of any nsh In the I -. 't1g1; -
i ,,I waters of this state between the 13th Broad The following la a comparative statement
who 65 South St., ATLANTA. GA.JJ'orolgn I have for sale 80 acres of pineappleland -
and the parent neglects to ex day of June and the 15th day of August of temperature and rainfall for the .
plain to hit 'children the significance of each and every year, or to catch any and X>ome tio Fruit; week. ending Tuesday, June 29, IS91. on St. Lucle river, a few miles below *
-1897DATE. -1800- Eden, 40 of which being northeast
A of these patriotic celebrav mallet In said waters between the 13th
lions is remiss in his duty. day of November and the lid day of MAX. MET. )1.1ftN.. quarter of northeast 'quarter of section

If the authors of the Declaration December In each and every year, eta vsoaTAni.zs t ,. FnVITS w 23 87 75 85 77 18, township 38, south of range 41 east
24 86 76 85 78
Now while the disjunctive,' in plain String Deana. Oranges. "i.. the other 40 is the northeast quarter
1" of Independence could to-day ''see cases of aecesslty may be construed to CanUdower. A. Banana&, t. ", 23 86 78 88 79 of southeast quarter of section S,

f the country to :which their labors mean and.' yet we cannot discard entirely Okra-Celery. ',10: Grape Fruit ,'' ,/ 27 26 88 87 77 7ft 85 88 71 76 township 38, south of range 41 east..

gave birth, they might well be astonished grammatical confederation of the Cucumbers. .. LemoDl, 28 88 The above land can be bought for $10
:. 87 77 73
word 'or' in Its connection and tBeeCabbage'v
and here to TomaCOell. Llm.. per acre. It Is suitable for pineapple,
at her rigorous 29 87 80 88 74
allow its obvious and -
ordinary significance Peaches. 1 \ .orange, lemon or lime growing.
healthy growtb.s In little more will be to exclude mullet from the Squash, ,,' Pineapples, Total rainfall for the week: 0.00 Inches: I Will bo sold In Iota of 40 MM* for

than a century she has 'taken an summer prohibition. Besides, it Is a New Potatoes. ', J, Strawberries f Departure from normal rainfall' for the cash. This land win soon be worth f 50
x honored place the nations, rues of construction that In statutes Bar Plant, '. Gra,.. week: minus 1.4O inches. Departurefrom per acre. -
among which treat of speeloe persona or thingsthe ,A pu&<<1l" '"' -" CooOaDuu.JU normal rainfall ,sine January I, Apply to C. H. Walton; ADVOCATX
and her influence Is felt ud re* law cannot be extended as to such :plus 14.90Inches. office to
or Bobbins
'lllt&NOJIII 1falloaal1laak.Uea.1 n..II!.JotuisoCandy Mrr, Atlanta, ; %
s Darted.l tall Qjtj, jtfae world. ipeclflo persons or things ,by general I 111.11 Aionr i Cow. .tIM"Qa.1 o.o.JI.to Ioc'."...Ile acMCo..AUaata.e&. J. W. CBOXK, Observer. YI11e GrahamTit

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INDIAN RIPER ADVOCATE.. JULY) 2, 1897,
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GOODE Airent Globe for and&I JKtna OOODE.-R Imperial, London Fire Insuranne.and Estate Liverpool and Special Loans.and., p.F; S..ur

i attention paid to the interests of non.re .
dento.
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HOTEL CARLETON MELBOURNE, J'LA.llealltlfully .-
OHG 3 situated on a high; bluff overlooking SPECIAL: PRICES
the Indian River.. Flr,t-ola aocoiamodatlous I im'
,and IWJllKUTSON ratmi T..iu on"hle., Proprietor. (( ,


WHEN YOtf' GO TO MELBOURNE call at the TO
Ilauwr Mr Chas J.F.Campbell A Co.. Millinery JiJ I .Fj.c.ea.PP1 !14
mails,and Notions woven, Underwear Pry Gomln,Ferri.Indies Renown.ready. o Grc '-' recs.. : .

ed Corsets,etc.,embroidery and colored Bilks .
.elr souvenir : ."
ARIH6 spoons Stationery eto. :

r ; : A.11 .A.rC>>and JF'ortlllHsox'; I 1.111 i]

Subscriptions taken for the AD H ) Price $25.OO.GUARANTEED Kir Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to :

POWDER &VOCATE Goode.at the real estate office of Goode j ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to ;you we cam save you money. :

E-I : Mol tun..........<....................,. .r. .....s....... ............... ... ... stole STEAMED BONE, RAW"BONK,, ;,
Absolutely Pure. Geo. M. Phillips left here last Friday : Ammonia.: .....sass. ..,.yt.S. .... .......... ,. n.. B to H III k
for a visit to Jensen. ,. and other points : Equal to&dphateotAmmnnla.....:.. ..........H i \,.::.. ..............*,.n...,..,. \Ilelto2M1 BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE, ::
I strength south. : Available< Aold .;.t..,...!& ............ 5 to eRqualGIIonel'hoephateot'Llmev &
Its leavening .J.\'
Celebrated for great ;;; .. ... . .. i
.
I uul healtbfnlne Assures the footl afcalnut to : Y..t& KaO .... .... ..... .. :;;..;: <\../ ".:;,..:::1. .:.;.:.a.i......*\;:::...All., B to to 13 e DISSOLVED BONE% NITRATE OF SODA, !:
and all form of adulteration common The Melbourne baseball nine, to playat Sulphate ..' ,. ....... ... .. .
dun : Equal to of Potanh ? {JS SKt. .. ...?. ;.. ... IltolO SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS :
I!be cheap brand Titusville, will be known as the l\ jtne8Ia.Uwe.tiloda. eto .. ..s.. ,. .. ....9..MV3T ............ ./ ...;,'....... 68 to 00WphOriu J E-I
1 lOYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. New York. "Bostons." E-I ; Write for Special i Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, 1

W. I. Metcalf returned from Ohio, :" 1" COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES. : '
last Monday, much to the delight of his i nr- Special Mixtures compounded with machinery .at very low : 0[

West Palm Beach. family.Mr. H prices. {

and Mrs. Jaa. Williamson, of

County court will convene business Mlcco.; were In town last Saturday. They Please Correspond with \i s before being induoed to buy from: Dealers. Soi\d for I;

|on July 6th, at Juno. :' came in their yacht Black Dimond. H. I Pamphlet. # \: >
Mrs. Bernelle and the Misses Adeline
A. B. Otwoll left Wednesday *
and Mrs.

Mr.morning, for.a visit In Vermont.The for and their Lucie new Bernelle home, ,in left Jacksonville.last Saturday LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO., i! III[ I IS It

next regular meeting of the School ,
Ou/'clty and
held this 7. dock Is being repaired
(Board will be at place July
put in first-class order by Messrs. J. 11. Florida. '
;J'acl: sori.vi11e:: : .
noticed that ad of i
and Baker
Have you our popul R. now that the large steam.
|l merchan -*Mr.'M. E. Gruber-on 7th ers have returned. --
+ .ti
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of the ADVOCATE ?
(page Mrs. W. J. Nesbitt, Mrs. Alex Hodgson bers of her family left last week for .
'Mrs. T. A. Sackett'expects to leave and Miss Florence Hodgson; of Eau : Roseland. Punta Gordu where she will Join Cap G. SPRINGER '
here on Monday, for a visit through the Oallie, were In town last Tuesday, calling tain Kltohell, and make her future resi G. xlr 4'i '
|vest, and to her old home In Iowa. on some of their friends. dence..
Mr.\ D. Cain went to Woodley on *
,3. C. Matthams shipped a number of A goodly number of our Melbournites Tuesday..
t We regret to'say there Is no favorable $ yfi
Brto Rloo pines last week, which aver- expect to go up on the St. Augustinenext Mr. L. C. Moore made short trip to change In the condition of our old friend --I -- Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper Of
ed 9r-lbs. each; the largest weighing Monday to Tltusvllle to celebrate
Cocoa the latter part Of last week. Capt. John 11. Smith. He bears the
-]be. \v with their Titusville friends.James of
burden Illness with great fortitude.
[ 'ie Vesuvius was anchored off tliieize F. Cransbaw, of Orange City, The bridge gang have been repairing resignation., '
ICE
the Sebastian ANn
River
i Tuesday, the 22nd. She and the M. B, Martin, Fort PIerce, and Frank J. bridge. Rev. Father O'Boyle returned Monday : -iTt
blehead make frequent visits here Burke, Jacksonville, were guests of What few pineapples are shipped from morning from a visit to Canaveral and ;
a iadays.lohn Hotel Carleton while in town. here go; by freight.C. other points on Banana river, In the exercise .

Gillette rode the K. 'of P. "oate Geo. Hays, of Asplriwall, was In town V.Sherwood and family are now of his priestly office. Father }
the third rank, at this Placei last Fridt !- Tuesday buying goods from our merchants living on the Mallory Plantation, he, O'Boyle was his usual genial self, and Distilled Water'k.k.
night. He is now 1 fledged He knows where to go to get having leased the same from L. C. Moore his numerous friends were pleased to ,
Fpjhlan Knight. things cheap and where to find a, nice greet him.Mattie .
Mr. L. C. Moore' has the
E. F. Halnes'has' his graphophone inIE. line of goods. launch, belonging to MrB..V.brought II. Harris Cash, the young colored woman Refrigerators, (Ice Chests, Freezers and. Water Coolers ,

11. Df nick's drug store,,and It seems Capt. C. H. Casper, of Tropic, and o: Mlcco, to the Sebastian river for safe who became demented through religious T
I to draw exceedingly well. Large crowds Miss Laura Houston, of Eau Oallie, came anchorage. excitement, was taken to Titus- FACTORIES......
|are entertained by.it. downjn the yacht Nemesis, last Sunday, vllle last Friday for treatment. The revival Cocoa and West Palm 'Beach. "... "
back from
Although
we are some
and were the guests of Mr and Mrs. $. ways ha somewhat cooled down, with ,. ;
Glen G. Strohm of G. P. Anthony expect the Indian River, we can hear the old other.casualties.Pineapples .
to take In the celebration at Tltus- W. Goode. and welcome sound of the steamer'swhistle no .. .- ----
rifle on July 5th. There are others of Messrs. Frank Robertson and W. C. once more. grown at Asptnwall, East
|us who would like.to go. Barnes are having pipes laid through Melbourne, Bay View, and Banana river i
Mrs. E. M. .Stokes, accompanied by SEEDS FOR SUMMER CROPS.L%
Capt. Billy Jones Is now hard at work their pretty lawns, and intend to have a her mother Mrs. D. Cain, whom she has points are carried here dally by steamer < "
I O B. house-boat at fountain in the little park between the the Spartan and shipped In carload' lots. '
an Cory's Jupiter. been visiting, returned to Woodley ,,01. i t

I The captain's wife and children expect Hotel home.Carleton and Mr. Barnes. pretty early part of last week. other Troplo places, Banyan MerrltU Lotus,Island Brantloy are shipping and. !Millet Pearl or Caktaot . . . . ,. . . . ..".,allots per lb, post paid +
on
I to leave here for a visit to Jacksonville. We are now bothered by a tramp mule, some fine fruit. Pineapple culture Millet German. . . . . .iI' . . . . 20cts: II ti
[In a few Last afternoon the steamer 'II.
days. Monday AmberCI\ne..2. cta II
who Jumps fences, the Incline Is at these
Do not fall to subscribe for 'the pink St. Augustine landed at our dock, on and into the freight goes house up and in fact, making groat progress points. Kaffir Corn, (white or rod). . . . . . '.,' . .1. .2 ota '' "
per of the East Coast. It Is full of her way south.-_ It looked quite like old everywhere he eats anything. Yester- Cupid, with his little arrow, visitedOur Jerusalem Corn . . . . . . . . . . ::2 ota II a j
Interesting> reading matter, and Is the times to see Capt.' Bute .shaking hands day he started; In on some crated pine- town last week causing four happy Sorghum. .: ... . . .. . . . : . . .a oU s.ye!t'' ,, ; I
f largest, weekly paper printed on this with some of his many friends, who went apples and If he had not been stopped, 'hearts, to capitulate. at the altar of Sunflower . . . to. . . . . . .. "., 20cts par quart. d
I coast _, out to see the boat land. '" some of the pines would have been In hymen. On Friday evening June 24th, Cow pea, Whlpporwlll, Clay Red Ladyfingers, Wonderful and Conct...,.. Send +
William called to Messrs. W.; T. Wells, Jas. T. Hogg, E. poor condition for shipment. The residents Miss Flora Kltchell was united In''' wed for prices. Full" stock .f Reliable Seeds always on hand on
Mr. St.
I Fremd was P. Branch, Dr. Brown, and Fee fe Stewart hope his owner will soon come and lock to George Sapp; and on Sunday L. CAMERON Seedsman.' ;'
Augustine, by telegram, stating that. his are having a number of large palmetto take him away. evening, June 20th, Miss Lizzie G. Bryan 125 East.Bay' St.. JACKSONVILLE;) FLA.
wife was very sick. He left 'on Thursday became Mrs. William Kltchell. Rev. a,
I trees planted along the streets on ; 1 # .,_ .
morning train, and a telegram received ,
Haven H. M. Prince officiated at both ceremonies ------ -- --- --- -
their properties, on New avenue, *
t I from him the following day said ; '
The ADVOCATE wishes them
Courtenay. a
Second street, and on Palm and Poincl
1 ihe was some better which we are glad f
and married life and
ana avenues, which add much to the improvement long happy a prosperous
|to learn. The Jacksonville Fertilizer
Co
and .
one.
of our pretty little town. P. Allen visited Cocoa merry
L- on Monday.
West Palm Beach Is not "out of It"
Mrs. M. E. Thomas left here last Sat Independence Day at Tltuvlle( Is sure ,
I yet; she) has two match games of baseball R. Harper, of Banyan is spending ,a .
I booked for the third of July, one urday morning, for Jacksonville, where few days with relatives here. to be 'a SUCCORS In point of numbers :Zd. STT3DXjO"\7V, ,,Gk-OXXl Manar: : or.1
she joined the Florida official excursionto Judging from the many who going from
I with Boynton in the morning and another -
I with Miami in the afternoon the San Francisco. Mrs. Thomas leaves Miss Janie Harper left on Wednesday, this .vicinity. The steamer Courtenaywill (LATE CHAPMAN A SUDLOW.) Vi j :

I grounds of the Royal Poinciana,, at on this many dear friends here and other points to spend a while with her grand mother carry passengers/ from Troplo and South Jacksonville Florida. J'
wish her safe and Run N. C. and to Cocoa for .
|place,also a bicycle race In the afterI along the river, who a In.Deep Intermediate points
; and to her 25cts. round and the railroad \
pleasant trip hope again see the trip OF
I noon of the same day. Several entries A. N. Mathers and J. R. Mathers and -- MANUFACTURER --
I have already been made some coming spend many nappy days among us. family visited the ostrich farm here last fare, from Cocoa to Tltusvllle, the round

[from the south as far as If lami. Mr. and Mrs. Harris and family, who Sunday. Come again; we are always East trip, Coast a total Railway of 80cU.sells.the excursion fare. tickets The FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges; and; J

have been living In the Moore cottage, glad to see you. ,
Evening Star Lodge K. of P., of this to Titusville for 1.10, good front ,
I place, held a very Interesting meeting on expect to move to Ban GalHe soon, Saturday July 3rd until,Tuesday. July .
'
where Mr. Harris has the contract to sand Dealers la Kind of Raw ,
-Yegetatil Every Material
Ills last
regular meeting night Friday build for J. A. Gilbert. Buy lumber and other building material 6th, and will attach passenger coachesto fCotton' '
some cottages
.
I One Esquire was In the Rank of train No. 200 Monday night,' leaving
I Lfor Knight, and new proven officers were elected as We they all regret have made to see a this number family of leave friends us, Co., St.direct Augustine from ,the and Builders'save the lumberyard (Supply: leaving Tltusvllle at 9:14: p. m., this arrangement Seed. Heal, Tobacco Dost,. Kanit, Etc Also ""Tho
the ensuing term,, commencing July making It possible to return
l-nd. M. E. Gruber was elected Chancel in the short time they have been here; I man's commission home.before midnight. :! : >> u.r4'ria1o_, 3raud ?

Commander; W. F..Armstrong, Jr., but what Is our loss will, in this case, I Ammonia. ... ..... ... .. ., . .4 to6 per Clent /
vice-Chancellor; Rev. L. F..Hlndry, Pre-p' be Eau Gallle's. gain. Fort Pierce. .- -- ------- ---------- Available pbos. Acid... . . .tt to 8 per cent J lor 925.OO Per Ton.

Patejj.w.; Muulkent..M. of W.Geo.; .+. ,Potash K 0. . ?. . ..*. .6 to 7 per cent )
I Warns,Jf. of A.; E. l?; Curry, K. of R NEW YORK' Highest Commercial Value given. our brands In the, last] Bulletin. Write for asPrice.
.43.. ; D. P. DeBerry, I. G.; W. O. De- Sebastian. Dr. E. Van Hood left for his home In .. Orders for :3 tons and upwards for our brands will be delivered free .f all % ;t,
Berry, O. G. Ooala last Wednesday.Mrs. freight charges to any railroad depot on the East Coast' at catalogue prices, until. tl
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r B. Bullock and family, further notice. 4, '
Raymond
I 3. Burkheim of Jacksonville, was : ,
visit with Mrs. Dittmar, TAILORING CO.
When In want of any kind of building here on Tuesday. after a pleasant .
in
Ocala much improved health. .
I left for ,
material in car loads or otherwise, the -
Mrs. Ivey Lawson left on Monday fora
I Builders1 Supply Co., at St. Augustine few weeks'visit In Ga. The Rev. W. C; Barnes held services I "
V.aldosta.
I till be pleased to make.,you a delivered In,the Fort Pierce Hotel Sunday evening.. S. Morse-x-W
I price at your station. You have no The schooner Merchant was In port, POPULAR PRICE TAILORS i Fred'k.
held services here last
Cove
I igent's or middleman's ,commission to Monday, bound for Nelson's ways, Titus- Parson ,
church. .
Sunday the Baptist
pay.. ?
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ville.Our Is In a flourishing Mrs.. F. B. Everett, of West Palm I '
League ESTATE *
Banyan. # condition Epworth; we now have eighteen Beach, Is on a visit to Mrs. F. M. Taylor. W6 Carry the Largest and =: .AZ:: ; : _:, ; itt

members. Section Master, Andrews and family rz.oRmA.. "
J. S. Hughes, of Vero, was shopping returned this week from a few weeks' 'Most Complete Line arIA::a X" .%)a.40 00." : '
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Mfis Nannie Harper pof, Courtenay, Is here the first of the week.' holiday.It \
I failing( in this vicinity this week. teems like old times to hear the AGENT FOR LANDS ,OFt :;, .'
here .
I Capt. Bell of Cocoa, was on of Suitings and Trouserings ;-
B. J. millard will add another room Wednesday, representing the Singer whistle of the steamer again, we are gladto ,,' I Iil
I to his house In Banyan some time soon. Sewing Machine Co. > see they are getting quite a number Florida East' Coast Railway Company, ,

I W. J. Ragan will ship several hundred Some'of our young people expect to of crates of pi neapples.Mr. in the, State...... Florida Coast Line Canal & Transportation Company, e, '

I bates of pines from Mr.. .Dwyers place attend the picnic and dance at TiUman Hudson of Sebastian, was a pleasant Boston A Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company. ''j, ,
at Troplo this season.developmewish Saturday). visitor to town this week.

I to whole\ post d on to-morrow The steamer( St. Augustine touched The W. C. T. U. has secured eight Salts to Orders sib t and $ZO .... ._ _- ..-- ---. -- -.--- -- -- .f

f the East: Coast? here, Tuesday night, with several'' passengers new. members In the last week. Awarded Gold Modal sod Diploma of Honor st Cotton States sod InttmstlonU Exposition ;
if..DvOCATL so, subscribe for the ISDLAIC RIvER and eleven hundred crates of The C.- E. Society will celebrate- 3rd 'of Trousers to Order $4 and $5 &lal1&.Oa..W t* 4,


> The St.: Augustine brought-- down a pine O. B.aboard.Hall W. C. Braddock Jas. A. July patriotic with recitations songs Instead speeches of the and fourth singing ., Samples sent by mall. G. H. HAMMOND
COMPANY E EPORK'
THE
eryflne mule and dump-cart, to be usedon Hudson and Capt. R. A. Hardee are It being Sunday. Exercises will open. at NEW.YORK TAILORING COMPANY
Banker Brown's plantation, on 'her sending pines forward this week., 10 a. m. sharp at the.choolhotwo. Krery- ,
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| Seth bound trip on Monday. body Is cordially Invited. No. 17 East flay Street, ri# .
R. G. Hardea had his big sloop, Dora, ,
Bovine Robert Harper spent-a few days at hauled out at Kroettel's shop, Saturday. JackHonville Florida. AND BEEF PRODUCTS. '
last week. He and J. T. Snell She will be housed over for the summer Eau Gallic.J t,
,
ft out fishing On Lake Washington, months. .

|I eying| succeeded of fllb. In,bringing R home a large Sebastlanites wishing to go to Titus Hammond, Ind., South Omaha, X.b.. Chicago, Iii .

1* 'II vllle for July 5th, can ,go on the St.: C. TITI, .of TlUman' was In town J. S. JOHNSON GO.p Salesrooms 234West: Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk, Manager Jacksonville; *, Fla. a af
rumored that couple of our enl Augustine $2: for the round trip. The Saturdalut. '
T>rlglng vegetable growers of Troploabolu will leave S. Kltchlng's dock on M. L. left for Jacksonville ... .. J. ,
I** steamer Mr* Payne : Jf.noetnr Tp of Idra on Lards Hams and Belllet.
to start a general merchandise Saturday evening, going north, and last Tuesday, on an extended visit. | Markets icing Rapidly ;
IS1* at City Point T wish them / yet
W suoM Monday night, coming
Tltusville .on .-.Fishing Supplies....
| in the and children' of
venture. south. Mrs. R. B. Stewart "V'ri"te u._ 10r ,,Pr:1oe.: ,
here Wednesday
passed through

./We: understand. G. E. Muriel's the contract land',for has grnbJSMr. been- Beware of the 'braggart-those who Brantley last,on a visit to Banana river. I '. . ... . '. -" -.-- --- ,_ ..-. .. _.- --- .- d Sc
telling what they have done : ; ; ;. ;;.: ; ::;:;;:: : ; ; ;. ;':'.
are always . .
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I parties that work 'The bridge of the East .Coast . .. ... .... -
at and .
Cocoa gang .
IUCo they are doing any .. . . .
begin. It will not be long be- and thing yet worth can't prove mentioning; they are the Line left last .Saturday tat' 8ebutlaa.1 ..,..........:. JOB: FRIiTTOTCOF : :: : .AJ" .
MwrltU from Georglana to disturbing elements of society. ; having completed their labors at this I .
e South will field of : Rope,
Point be a vast place.Messrs. Cotton and Linen Netting;

"fret, pineapple, banana, guavas, Bryan. Snail, St. ClaIr and several Corks, iLeads, Twines, Etc. Fishing 4 ALL KINDSt ;''
'. goes Md various other tropical SEND YOUR VEGETABLES and fruit others, ant shipping fresh water fish Tackle of. every Description; Hooks, .. '?ti
'Its and whol1efrnl& 1 LI... Roils Sinkers Baits, .tc.TABrOM i' /
vegetable Reels ,
to E. B. WUUa.a.I; Co.. boss Lake Washington for which they Executed at the p s
merchants, K Sooth !rl,. .d.lu>ti .
and produee expect to reaUi good returns. R/ TACKIJB: A ?CIAI.TT. t.

1 -.U Jou Deed any job printing we Broad street Atlanta, Ga.' See theiradvt. Mrs. Kitchen and th. younger mem ,BaltimoreMd.. ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE: ? '?
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Jl1o'grl1aITIT' ', MALLORY: STEAMSHIP LINE. Florida: East CoasSOVTK Y.


? ? .. Florida, New York, ,

Philadelphia and Boston. ..... Ya... ... 0-o... wd w "._ ..t..t:

from Branawiok. Go., direct to New York.
galling
JBOTJKO (Bead Down). ORTH HOUND (R s4IIp). -

i r Fourth ot My Sports Via. Fernandlna PA8SKMOBR F. C. &: Pv By.8KKV1CK.and Cumberland Rout. o 0 /

: I LT Jacksonville &.V a m: Lv. rernandlna 1.30 p ml AiBraiwwUiK ...... ...... v.. .on .. r. .... /...... :--'
6.30p Jn Dniljr 1e.oept Sunda ...... { ..... .... ...... ..::"
n Via Everett; ,alfrell'F.C.4 P. R,,and So. By. IT Jackson .....Ar: 4 .... ..
nvllle" 4.00pm; Ar BmD.wlck 1M p m.1>&1I1. Passenger ;::::: :;:::: ...... : ::: ::::: : ..:
t i AT TITUSVILLE allowed on board for upper Tunnday ...... :..... ....... ... ...r .. .. :..::. 4 'ln.... .....: :::.:: ::,'"
iJ FLA.i ...... ...... ...... .4., .,.... ....., ..:".
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\ rnOFOSKD AHUBTGS ...... ...... ...... r .. ten ..... ..... ...,:: ....., ...:"
1 MN:c AY : 'T.TL4w5" i'' S ::1.f3S,7'; : Lv.New York,Pier 21 K. R., Standard Tlu.... Lv.Brunswick. ....., .,..::
,' ., dOp. m., :::::: 5 ::::: ::::: Lv.. ..:::: :::::

: Friday May. 3D............................RIO GRANDE....,,.. ... ..... .. ........ Friday. Jane ...... ...... ..... ...... ..... ....:.::::;: ::4-:: .
Friday, June 4..............................COLORADO.......,....................btidayJune 11 ...... ...... ..... ...... ..... .4.... I .
Friday, June...III..... ...... ..... ..... .......RIO QRANP., *..... ........... ........l'ridayJunell1 ...... ..... .' ....... ./..... ,r.... :;:::: t::: V
i GUN SHOOT-10:00 a. m. At west of Ice Factory, vp Main street. Friday Jane 18....................... ......COLORADO.... ........................Friday,June 26 ,..... ...... ...... ......
'"i. Gommlttee-R. W. Rhodes, D. B. Pritchard and L. A. Friday, June 29...,......................... BIOOOAHDK.................;..... ...Friday July J .,::;: ::: :r.::: ::....

FMp ItftneralIDfMlDatlo..teauaen t.t4s ..ny 'lIroad.agent or to"use ..:. .:.... ..
A Brady., / .... ..::::
A.;'P.MURPHY rernandl Pfd CfIAa. lVlEf4,1y 2'.10 W.Bay Be.JacUo.YW" ....... i ....
A.g"DC .
First match. 10 blue rooks entrance 100. : : E&J ....
I i. II. H. RAYMOND General 8ourhem Agent,Uran.Wlck,0. :::: :: :::: :t::: ..... .'/....
Second match, 7 bine*rook*,'entrance /boa C.HSAFETY .MALLORY.Oeneral Agent,Pier 20 E.Blnr,aDd 11II3 Broadway.N.Y. II _.... .",.... ...... .
t I Third JIIatcb.team'bootlnc. niiJ.t.bJgDf'brmemben: + '' '" ..... ...... ...... ...:::
: ..1" .. ,,,.... 1043a ......
11 organized, State bine'' rooks ... .w..ROseI y ...... _
of any (tub dub 10 ; 10 per .. 4 .. ...... ...... N ........,B.a..N ,........ 10 J"...... ...... ...... Ne1H..
man. entrance $4i.00>; $>added' money/ s. ...... I ,... .... ...... _
t Fourth match, 10 blue rocks entrance, $1.00. 4 ...... : ....... ..\.... ...... ......
II2a ..,.... ... ... ...... ... ..
blue'rock.. entrance 5Oo. .
Fifth match 6 ....... ..1'..... ...... ....
'Sixth match 7 blue rocks entrance SOor a dip... .. I ... tUr$ .......... :... ..... ...... ....".. IIIIJO
1 All moneys divided In 00, 80 aril 90 per. cent.. ,For, gun .jiJ $) W ::11.. ,.... ...... ...... .
it ...... ...... ...... I..
making best average for the day,oh* hunting coat; for 1 -._ ....... ...... ......11-.,
second beat, one pair shoes; for poorest average one hat. 10 f0. ; .. '
Are."Wsel HiwL'.Lv. ..(...;......;. 111.i.:1w I..,
BOAT RACE-11:30 a. m. Start from near City Wharf I lop :.. .. ii 5u. Palm ..
'JI.I" H. and ...... tan.' ... ..1. :::::: :::::: :::::: Ir: :
Committee-George Brittaln, Henry Dreyer ... ...... adrd.lw.... ...... ...... ...... fila
'w" E. B. Wager. ... .1iIIo\\'N" .. ....I...
,1; '. :+' ", Nine mile triangular course open to fish boats carrying 9 :: {hip .JwmM .... ?:::. ::.::. ...... Irte

',.)\,\ :', /i. lug satis.*. Time allowance seven seconds to the foot.
I .....iii W.1S1U.NCB. Trains 83,86.8T and TS, aefewom J.ok
"''\t':,, '. ,1''.,'' Entries to be made to Geo. Brittaln by the 3rd of July. .""*"... "* ... Aufnatla.dally.
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''' \ ..' a 0. Train -Vetweaa.Mtaari and
Entrance fee 100. Tort
.i "'I(' J'p Fr.ntw ..w-$ T16P I'I.ro.daily.: .. ep.8mndaT.Trala .
corrected time For second Helen
PRIZES: -For best $12.00
> : ; 50tLv..N _I.!/ .j 4 IIIIp 41betwan Fort PI.ro.lIII4
to best corrected time. .8.00; For third best'corrected Ip ::: DIJ. CI..L" SOp Mlaiml 4j\ ,exoept Momday.tup .
u > time $ .OO, w $ ins 1 .Az..O..C1 '.,... S Nas.idly of..41. *onth el Si. Ann
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BARBECUE-13 Boon. At end of City Wharf. emeept Sonday."BISCAYNE"

Committee-F. A.. Lousy,' C. Banknlght and, A. ,J. : ry44, TIoo _..
> Carter. The barbecued, meats and' relishes, etc., will I oP? .
be served on the wharf extension leading from city;dock
"? .' ..
'' *. to railroad wharf.

BASE BALL-1:30: p., m.. sharp. Take place on the Becker property, near Indian I

; ., River Band roomsCommitteeE n.. I*appointed. to Pwfnna I Senioe.follow eLeave

.. : i L.. Brady M. Stanley Jones and C. R. +' and : wltb.
lOAMX 10::80, m.Wednesdays eAurdaya. oanneoUac Trail 8L
Stewart. Titusvllle nine vs. :Melbourne club.
AMUSEMENTS-2:30 to 4:::10.. Close to Indian River Bank and INDIAN RIVED Leave KIT WEST 1:00: a. m. Tneedaye.....1'Itda7a.

d ';.1 1 ;f; ..' ADVOCATE blook.11. .. 1 OanaeoUai M Miami with Train 7$. foUpwta morale.J. *

: ,- ,i /, W Committee In charge--W. :M. Brown, Chas. II. Walton .. .
e ...... .rxBAKinra,
P. ,
w 1'4'.11
', :.,1" i ', \t and J. R. Walker. Tra.aIo M,..... ... fhA. .......
to ''f %: ft\ '. One mile foot race,'first price $5.00; second prize, .t.: AWCTUMU. ....
2.00. High Jump, first price$3.00; second price $1.00.

( Three-legged race, 100 yards, first prize, 1.00; second

prize 60ots. Rooster In tree, prim rooster. One bunt &

t I dred Titusvllle yards. dash, prize $ .OO.Tu'county, of,war prize.by 400.eight of I COMFORT I QUICK TIME I LOW RATES! The Florida Central ,peninsular, Railroi

MILITARY PRIZE: : DRILL-8 p. m. On Washington avenue. By members of

'. the Indian River Guards, In command tCapt. Arthur :Flneet CoUlne and 8eI'YI. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York. Short line between Florida and all Nortl'ern Polntd.

T. Feaater.' Price, geld medaL The Fleet composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers l Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ca., Columbia, Washington B; i itimore r.

BICYCLE HACES-4:30: p. m. On Washington avenue. tl Philadelphia New York, Boston and the.aSt.

:,)+" : '' Committee In charge-Roswell Coleman S. D. Geiger "COOIIDC1i (new), "Algonquin," "Iroqnois" "Cherokee "Seminole. Everett; Macon Atlanta Chattanooga Nashville LouUvllle Cincinnati

"M. i} .., *t; and Pi G. Walton. Eleven events as follows:1. And Chicago
't ..ti'i'\ : : ;' One mile novice; lit price tombs wool sweater $::1.50; North-Bound. Everett Birmingham Holly'Springs Memphis, Little Rocks Kansas City St

Nay .'. ; ',?,; 'I'!>,?' 2nd prize one pair bicycle racer, $1.73; 3rd' price M. Steamers! .. to sail according to the tide. Louis Chicago Sioux City.

r 'V\,1",1>'' &W.footpump. From JACKSONVILLE,:. FLA., (calling at Charleston), Sundays,.:TuesdajeandThursdays.Prom River Junction, Pen acola. Mobile New Orleans, Texas \ exico, Californiaand
i, ;,;\', runt ve mile match race, BroWD.H tcb. prize ,bicycle CHARLESTON, .,. C., -, Mondays, the Pacific Coast: Effective May 10, ISO7.
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*' $10.00.Ualfmlle. For hour,of sailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule,or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers. ITWYorkKxprMaTfo. 88! leave Jackennow.n .

boy's, (under 10 years)-1st prize Stanley Tllle 8:15..a. m., daily, with ThrouEh.: Pullman
< cap $1.00; 2nd prize bloyole bell, 60o. South-Bound. e R. Savannah, Columbia. Wuhlnrton..
appointed to sail from Pier 29, Beat River,New YorkL at 8 pr m., as follows i aveNT s s Baltimore, Philadelphia. New York, mid all
1st Steamers are
Lime limlt 3
One mile roln.) prize Hygl-
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open For CHARLESTON B.C.. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays Y 0 S Eastern point. Connect for F.rD nOJna.
..enlo saddle 3.00; 3nd price Standard" Midget Cyclometer For JA0A UNYILEFI .,(calling. Charleston), Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday. Arrive Jacksonville 1Iao: p.m:
$$1.00; 3rd prize pair bicycle hose $1.00. .rr y..w '
One mile married men', (fat and lean over 199-lbs. Clyde New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.) seb ,N. Jacksonville New York:00 Faat m. Mall dallj No.for same.88 north.leave
r p.
and under.120-lbs. respectively)-1st prize;, watermelon (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) a .AVANN rn point*. Carries through Sleeper* JaokMM'vllte
v 'V frozen 1n cake of Ice; and price (to first man In of op- STEAMERS "QBO. W. CLYDE" AND "DELAV ARE," to New Yo rk. No. SIT arrive JackionvlUe
pestle weight)', two bottle. Pabst Malt Extract.' Booby are appointed to sail as follows to .+,1+7 i aoa.m..

< prize for fat m.n. humming top; Booby prize for lean From foot of Hogan Street! ,Jacksonville, > From te'wlVWharf,Boston ,a -
FRIDAYS. T and Jacksonville No 30, isswt
.7 m.n. one dozen marbles 'J'HUUD4YL 4Y Cincinnati
At
Macon
seeClyde's Everett
7-00 pm.,1a
Jacksonville
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.1 ,, Three mile match race, Wllkln.oDVanlandlngham.iI lanta, Chattanooga, Connedta for IxmUvlllo,
'K i'' prize, bicycle suit, $7.50. x ? rR0 ,Nashville, St Louis Chicago; and all northern

',' One mile youths, (under 16yearl-1et) prize., Globe : St. Johns ''River Line. y C.._ _N, o .and westernpoints.. Returning train arrivot
Jacksonville 8.10 a. m.
vapor lamp $2.60: ; 2nd price, golf cap $1.00.)( v w G:89NIILLE:
Ilalf-mile ladles-1st prize, Safety POl88 Cycle seat, 0 uww. --
(DE BABY LINE) Ashevllle Ronte. Through Pullman
$ .OO' 2nd prize parcel carrier 150. Sleeping
Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. 0 0L I Cincinnati via ,
Jacksonville Palatka, Banford.Kntedrrlse, Car service for
W Ilalf-mlle dash 1st bicycle hose) $3.00 e'
prize, pair ; bia,Ashevllle, Hot Springs, Knoxville, throng
,. o"' 2nd prize bloyole belt, $1.00; 3rd prize pair toe-olipe, BOo! op clues ekr. a' y the Celebrated Mountain Country of NormCarolina. .

">," j-v Slow ( ) bicycle shoes, $1.75. SteamerCAtT."W'ELAKA" o M Leave Jaokionvllle 7.VO p mr arrives
C Five Mile Handioap-lit prize pair M. & W. tires sr a v e Tree Cincinnati 7.40 a. m. Returning
I W. A. SHAW. '"teiiCtowsr Jacksonville 9:10.a m. *
i / iaoO; 2nd prize Detachable bloyole stand 3.00;, 3rd;! .
( W' prize;bicycle watch 200.' Is.appointed to sail as follows 1''
., s.e
and 8 00
Saturdays er
Tuesdays m.
Forthe Leaves Jacksonville T p. r
I BICYCLE PARADE .7.30 m. Start from Indian River Bank building. Lea".. Sanford ?- Mondays and Thursdays .at 0.00 a. m. 5 q Only Lino Through_the!. Bean Iful Hill
and Illuminated tl art, a >l rte V> .rootsand
+ best and most appropriately decorated ,, Connry oz en
Ksaambl Bar,uLao'j'k; ;, >Ills J.U. *. ">
wheels, the following prizes will be given: lit I fcontlcelln
tar .4 for Lake Live Oak Madison
prize '2.60; 2nd price, 91.50; 3rd prize, 100.) Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. FLORIDA MfrOf Aa Tallahassee. City, fiver Junction, rensacola. Mobile,
A ..QKAND',BALL-In the Opera House. Will be given under the auspices of the I CENTRAL v d New Orleans,.and the southwest Mexico California .
Indian River Band. and \'! O. and the Pacific Coast. Carries Bleep*"
F. M.IBOHMONOIER: JB.,Fla.Pass.Agt. R.R. v No. 1 arrives Jacksonville T At.a.m.
COMMITTEE ON RECEPTION-Dr.. B. B. Wilson R. C. Sorlmgeour Geo. M. Jzo L.HOWABD Superintendent.Foot 204 West Bay St, 7ENISIUTAR rl
Bobbins J. O. Walton, 71. T. Wetmore. .. Hogan St.TBBO. JACKSONVILL E, FLA. sad CosateUons. -
''il GRAND ,DISPLAY OF FIIIEWOhICS-Under the charge ,of the com lttee on, nn.ee .r' r1P 4 Leaves Jacksonville::15 a.m.for Stark,H.*-
made WAnsmrotrE.P.A., M. H. A..T.U. n'4rr old. ILO thorns Sliver' Spring;,Ooala, GalDo Yl1I C d:
-'I amusements; the display will be at 7:30 p. m. .Q.Kooiw.t.BC.., W.H. "LYDB. Lee bul1r, .Tavares, >JX'Pk'
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I MUSIC FOB THE DAY-Will. be furnished by Indian River Band, under the leadership -' 6 BOWLING GREEN NEW TORK. ea. ,awr.,a Orlando, Laoooobee, Dad. City, rise CltJ;

,of Prof. Youngs. Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville.: p.m.
; tUJ WM.P. CLYDE A CO.. General Awmt*. NASHVILTJC 'ROUTE-Through Pullman Sleeper e. VI...__recto Macon, AUantt.Cbattanoogu. and
in ... I>elaware Philadelphia.. ,,rill ..
ei 5 .wllD.G..W.w Tork. Leave Jacksonville 'm.. arrive. NaJivllle'7.00' next: p. m. Leave Nu I
.OOa.m.| arrive Jacksonville 8:10: next.. m. .lJs
courlsion: :Rato1 I gla ... 1D.IAaJackeo.vlUe for Brunswick by the Cumberland Route steamer and CeyberlandSound. t
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i EXCURSION: RATES:-The J., T. & K. W. ;Railway, will sell .Bound-trip 4ecp nb.-Local for Everett. Close connection for Brunswick. Shortest and quickest routeS
tickets from any place over their. line at One Fare for the Boubd Trip good from >OO P. M*-Local for Tallahassee and Intermediate points. Arrive Jacksonville" 4.18, p. n. .
l 9:40 P.M.-For Tampa and intermediate point. Pullman sleepers. Arrive Jackaonvlllell6am.Thron
L 9nd to 7th of July. \ ., h Sleepers for Cincinnati via....b..ylUe.leav..Jacksonville.at 7.00 p. m., arrives Artvllle *-
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The F. E. O. Railway offers the following exourson rates, good to return July: si Southern. 1.46 p.m.,arrives Cincinnati 7.40... m. .

Daytona . : ,', .. :. ...<. .$185 Eait Mlms.Prltohard .,. . .. .. .0.f' '.' I. 16 For rrSUMMER Macon. Atlanta BATES two to Train.Excursion Dally.Polnt1D Leave Jacksonville effect June 8:15 1st.a. m.and T:KM)p.m.

; Blake r..t . .. . "" 125 ;\". 15Hardeevllle Pullman Sleepers! on all Night Train. Parlor can between Jacksonville and Tampa.
+ Port Orange . .. .. .*I.; 120 ... '. :\,. 35 -- Railway.flBSOLUTELY 'r- Send for Best Indexed Township Map of Florida to

Savage -. .I.i . .,,.. .,. . .'. 115 Fau.tlna./.I.. ; .,, v. ,.. : 40 N. S. PENNINQTONY A. O. MAcDONMX,

.i Spruce Creek.. .. .. .. . ". ... 1 05 City Point . .." ;.,...*,',... 4\ I Traffic Manager. General Passenger Agt

TurnbuU Bay. ... . ... .. 100 Cocoa > .,. .'.'.'. ., B5Bookledge THE SHORTEST ROUTE.DBAWZVO ,
,b ,New Smyrna . ..y.. .. . 00 .'. "rq. 05

y Orange City. .;r ..: . ., 170 Coquina. '. ... 70 -
fJ Lake Helen >''. . . 165 Bonaventure ... . . .'.'. 73 EJDUVQK FQTT.'IU- BOOK CAM, DINING 013.. The Tropical Trunk Line.

,' Park..E.t . .,. 83
Hawks ... ? ,, 85Huoonaer. Pineda t VXSTZBXTLXI TOAXm.
1ft .,'. . :. .. .'. .. 75 Eau Gallle. . . .-. ;C.. .. 110 :;._ THOBOTJOHT4HH:: OOAOHX8:

Oak Hill ,''. .. ", . . *. . 65 Sarno. . . ,. ?. 1 10 Jacksonville,. Tampa & Key West Railway.

...., . .. .'.-. 33 Melbourne ... ?,. .. 1 20 t ,
Aurpntfa.. ... NORTH EAST AND WEST. JOSEPH H. DTJRKEE. Receiver.Ually. _
East . .. .... .., 30 ,
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Tl1Iman.ll.10; Malabar $1.80; Valkarla, '2.00; Grant 94.10; MIcco ':!.20j; Time Table I. Effect May. 111.'9T. -NORTH- _.
Boseland 93.30: ; Sebastian, 93.40; Woodley, $::1.70; Glfford, 93.83: : St. Luele 93.40; TWO-' DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THB EAST. No. No.OOO Na II. 1'10.23' N0.a9. No. 78.No. lot
.Fort Pierce 93.00; Ankona 93.80; Eden, .oo; Jensen 94.10; Stuart, $.2 ; L e.r ,3ipp "9 1:1&: L".JACK8 I4VIILL..Ar 80.18 64opmMixad \
4.S6 ... OIIp ... ...Orange Park...... ...... 6.18 616pm M/red/
'Alicia, { : Gomes 94.65; Sudden 11Hobo; Sound, 94.85; West Jupiter :.: : MoW!, 1115p 935a.. .......,.....I'eorl............:...,.. 640am SOOpm'Tceeds' '
..13; West Palm Beach ..80;Miami l, $8.60. Washington Southwestern Limited, :::..... andl'ri ... .. .........Mapnol.; ........... .. .......... ......... Thund:: 7
Coaches will be attached to freight trains for the aooommodatiou; of those who .. .... .. ..,..... lltep 1018a.. ....G..n COY. 8prlngl.. ... 8011.18 IItllpm 41 Oat
the 6th of And .the United States Fast Mall. ........ .. ...... ........ .... .. .....JIoetwlck. .. .......... .........
desire to return to any station( between Tltnsvllle and Melbourne on ........ 11 lllIa l100p 1086. .. .... .. ..Palatlla...:.:.. .... 600.. 500pm l3Ip.
July. This will give down-river residents a chance to enjoy all the sports and return IJOTONOILY ........ l:1043p: tl3tp: Ii22a :: .. ., .?:;...8..c.ama........... ..r" 428am t27pm IlMIpm
home the same night. OILY 91 HOUB3 l ......t. IOOp 1149p 11311x.Pomons.......,..... .. 414am 414pm 12IIP'
..... .., I8p 1:1011.: 11 ...,..Cresoentctt'Junctlon....... IM.m lOOpm 19/6P.dy
THE STEAMERS ST. AUGUSTINE and ST. SEBASTIAN will sell tickets for 27 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO']IS" you: ........ 220p Jl26a: 1907x: ? .............8eym........,... ItI1. lt3pm
; one fare for the round-trip from any point reached by them to give everybody ........ I plot. 12811a.. .... .."DeLlton 8prIDgI.......: ::: 302.18 a03pmloooa"/
Indian River chance to attend the Fourth of July celebration at Titusvllle.rV ........ tllp: llla 12411p ..............Olenwood.............. 266am
along $end TwsTbvtod'Tralas_pmd of Latest 1.r.d PvUniaa efapl.g Oar*'... Hal Ear ... .... tMp 180.1211II1> ...... ........Bereaford.............. 2to.m $35P" 93I.W.. .
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.4;, 1.1 Can"wtIM., ........ to Wla(....,.aalMsaeve.rIUa.lal .......,........ 1120 416p.P ...............19MnLrf 1 16p 4r l ...........De.--.............. fAr ...............:... tl8pm ......."..

.', ,Ma. Kew.Terk sad Ue .*... ........ 618p..r24op .. ...Interpri. .... ..-........ 1234am.: ....
a'' ., ........ ...... .. ... ..... t 2lip Ar.........TrnUSVILL:........'Lv uoto..m. ..... ...
Traveling.... ........ ........ ...... .. ..... ...........Paola................. ......,.... ... :._
THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWINQ-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN ........ ........ ...... .. ... .... ....lIorrenlo................ ........ ....... '
... ... ........ I tIIp ....... .::....M&. Dora................ ::........ ''''':
i Northwest JACKSON /ILLE AND NASHVILLE. .. ;... .a0Op: .. .... .....Tanna..L" ... .Y9MOim :
West i46'a'1 i71im
AnyT yi or ..:..... lpp.&e::::........ ,lIaDford..........I.y"1.8.18 lOOp m
olnt ........ .. ...... .........A.ltamoDCO ......... ..
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5 r Through Cars Jacksonville ........ ........ ...... .......winter 8prlogl.Part .......... :::: .
Q.o Vl.a: .A.'t1au.'ta 'to Sleeping Dally to ........ ........ 9801 1000p ..... .,. .....Orlan..o...:;:: ....... .t 121Tpm. J2UalD-:::::.
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Cincinnati .. .......KJ. ..._ .
via Ashcvllle. Through the ........ ......".. -:"..:..... ... ..Bartow Jo.A..Lvt786aleap' ... ::.......

Nashville Ceritesirs..ia1-: : : : "LAND OP THE ,SKY." ................ ........... .25. II ...... .. ....... ..::.LaII.land.: ................ .Sbpm 99aoio. :........ .
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'- 1fi ........ .r..:.... 14ap AePunte:: :; Gorda: : .....

r Buy Your Ticket. via ..... I"t.......... .sans rsbM ......._ ra.rww... .... spgyr to ................ ......;......... coca lSep.Ar..Tam.L". .Tam :Lytl3tlpm scup. ..:::::: .

say q..le4 aa.-.I..seo .Il_ ....,. .. ... eb .. TOSpAr:.. :...... Nampa.Lv,: .726pmu7aoam" ...
!JIFTON :ROUTE, ........ lieu and This 10 \lOp Lv..........,.Port ., ::iio .3tI P m Thera.U;. 4P.
...... .... ........ TnM a I'rIda1. I oep Ar...... .. ..Key wear:": t : Lv .30 18 Wed. ""s.
L.I.. 8BIPlJjrOTJU1. Agt,111 West lay...... JaokwrnviDs. VltvA. ........ P
t Wed and flat.
lac. 8 ..
Dally Through Trains. All corres- ooa Ar ... .....:...H vana...::.:;; .:L" 1230 p at Wed.IUI' _
I i. .. W- TVRX a JL JWmWIal' .
pondenta promptly answered and sleeping oarDoable Dati,. t Daily\ except Bandar.
bertha reserved. Will be glad to meet paal Dlera 01 w.wF i jwr TIatDot a.and M Carry Th..lfb Pullman BnRet Sleeping'an .. ".,.
at depot In Jacksonville or my; office, 224 West 4. tDc1IaD Rim.tsem.n (DeW lira) leay.TYtoM1ie Xouda. W..b.e day,aDd J'rIdaT at1 a +.
Cocoa. Rootledge Eau Oellls. Reta
.Ibourne, and In&anDecUace fadsan Rivera
street Line. ..... polnte a
Bay lean .bourne.0,. .
ThDntdaJ'
-' 'DropWmeAa O and Saturday at 7 a.m.,arrin st T7t sVUie 1:10 p.-.me
HAWKINS, ., 1oaIa Train III,149..star ..J.ckaoevile.. allyu .:12.a. .... anty. as Bawthon a. 1245. ;JO a ..
.1Iartr.:3rI, at
Fla Pass. Art, O.klwb ... BroObvO..e P... TraUt l..vln Jackeon.ilt. ,.IS fm.
Q .rrl.se at 1 04 a. .L.oana.4 lf .... cJaUW.rn
J. C. HAILE, O. P. A. Jacksonville. $F I .,B..Pat.rsbnrR 1010.: m,-1 dept ole kiada p.m.,..Tarpo. Bpringa p.
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INDIAN 'RIVER -ADVOCATE, JULY'' 2. 1897. 7 !

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PETITION FOB LICENSE W B Waddell R S Smith KIT I Invite your Attention to my Couplet Stoke '
r--- F Deppe Spring''and Summer Resorts on the East Coast R'y. ,
T E Rand HARDWARE CROCKERY
J T Price
To the Honorable :Board of County Com- K ,

plMftonera of Brevard County : M B Metzger E H A'Losley Holton GUaaawRre, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Bout Goods Stoves, Tinware GranIteware "ft "
The Florida East Coast Railway to Miami. The Miami &; Key West Steamahip"gLine
G ,tlemenWe the undersigned, J L Lyman doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Iltrdwaro, water coolers, Ice ,cream to West.
Frederick A. Loeley and R. L. Motlow, M S Jones Jr W R Knox freezers, Quick meal. gasoline stoves Blue Flame keroMne oil stoves garden tools, Key
composing the firm of Losley A Motlow, C R Stewart plows and barrows, paints and oils. Fruit jars i and Jelly glasses, poultry netting KEY WEST-Hotel Key West, $4 and upward special weekly and commercial
.nooeMors to the firm of Losley, Renaker C R Stewart M S Jones jr and barbed'wlre.Ha.rrison, rates. Open entire year. A. M. Taylor Manager. General offices: St.Augustine.
wishing to sell liquors, wines and W R Knox .
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Bros' Mixed Paints. C. B. KNOTT
;in Election District No. 2, of Bre- 31\ T Tucker John Ready ,
Simonson
beer Florida Tin Shop connection! with store. Large Galvanized IronTanksaSpotiatY. ;, ;- General Florida East Coast Hotel
vard State of hereby ap-, his x mark R G MoOrocbun I Superintendent Systenx '
to Honorable Body to grant us Made to order,and u cheap.*the ordinary wooden 0...... Contract taken anywhere In the
Brock Revels
nlv I your M Goldsmith _._ .. ...:.
wines and County: for tin rooting' ,tattering,eta. Please writ me forOe. I retwectfully, : "Hull a portion I ---- --- ---- -- ----- --- --- ----
such
the right to sell liquors, his :x mark R W Carlile of your patronage.; Mail Orilera given Prompt and Careful Attention, and .Inquiries for I
beer In said Election District/.and wea T' T Wetmore J T Ulnton prices answered promptly. '
Dray your Honorable Body''to grant John Henry :D4:. 33. a-n:1TEJJDn.: I Travelers' Hotel. '!'

i.permit to make'Respectfully such sales. R E'Blanchard W M Smith West Palm.Beach, Fla .
John Henry I r
F. A.. LOSLEY. O A Stewart?
>.F A Losley '
R L.. MOTLOW. Fred S Chaffee Bay Street, Jacksonville. Fla. :
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Dated Titusvlllo June 1, 1807.We" J P Brown M S Jones Jr "
.This hotel Is now under new management, and has been thoroughly renovated1
O R Stewart HOMESEEKERS t '
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throughout. '
Coleman W J TuckerD '
the undersigned,.being a majorityof A Smith Bus meets all Train, and Eleotrlo Cars pass door. Bath rooms and alt } ,
the registered voters of Election, DIstrict G n Fulke James KnightW ';4; Conveniences on every Moor, '
No. 2, of Brevard county Florida; M Smith ''t
.do most respectfully concur In the above James E Bowman L H Church Who are Seeking/'a Home in thee OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
and ask that' be "
application, a permit John Simonson Rates:-American Plan (:a to $ .30; European, BOo to $1. Special by the week. y
granted as prayed tor: Robert Morrow R S Smith *l

PiTITIONE WITNESSES.G E G Godbold Philip Wm HillF Wm Roberts: South should send tojthc' undersigned Mrs. PIN LEY, Proprietress. 't j jo

Nolle G W Brittain'J a
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J B Watson 'G T Nolle Hinton, J W his Taylor x mark R Sam L Motlow Morgan Futch .for a copy of the i >':" eta I W I r oq

his :x mark G Cary-Elwes H T LaRouBsolier : t T
M Stanley JonesF ''f
CCCurtlssJulius R S Smith :z: iWpl
DeppeE

Kline O Julius C Curtlss Kline A Froscher. J Chas H Brown A Smith' Florida East teilHomeseeker. eA'1\ t } .ii ilod i o 1

'R S Smith >rR Herman Fischer II T : } ( J! Tg
Smith 0 0 Curtlss* C L Park Campbell ::3 \}It l i i li; M

'Julius Kline R L Motlow W Ii HarrisF \ I =
S Chaffee Wm N HullStanley li1
Fred ]
Jones Deppe We 'have lands for' Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for 't-a

L A Brady Stanley Jones FA* Losley W F Deppe Harris Winter. and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest In the United' States. .,

E L Brady'R Henry Dreyer J T Price Apply to ., i .11571 k
W Rhodes Stanley Jones
J L Lyman -.2 ;

k",J A Happersette 'Fred O Cary-Elwes S Chaffee Fred B Wright Frank John Houston Thompson JAS. E. INQRAHAM, Land Commissioner' ct w J f fii J ;

t.0 Cary-Elwes C F D A Case Lesley A Cleveland. P R G L Motlow Walton FLORIDA EAST' COAST R'Y, i I !aJlsfi o ,

J A Happersette Thomas Browher John Houston .ST.: ',AUGUSTINE, FLA.
| C D Case R L Motlow Frank Thompson ;Ji 3 g
J A Happersette B W Nichols F
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Losley ,
41 f C Sorlmgeour G Chas Cary-Elwes H Nauman Lucius Stark. Louis Joseph K Maxwell Myers FREYER & BRADLEY 'i MUSIC<< COMPANY :, f ; '

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[ RiceDougherty' G
CaryElwesWm ;
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his x mark F A Losley

G N.Hall Joseph Maxwell J H Wynn (Successors to THE A.,, B. CAMPBELL CO.) hHld "
r Cary-Elwes B W Nichols ii :i
F DeppeE Amos Applewhite J H Wynn r I. '
]W R Knox H Rice his x mark Henry Hamilton Pianos, Organs and Musical Merchandise.A J:2 CI

F Deppe 'W W II R Knox Harris John Hoyt Thos Allen iyl'a 1 : ''gJjf i; ei' {
C Alexander
W H HarrisEllis CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE.We >
Thomas Allen John Holt L
John Jones B Wager C Alexander purchased In January last the Immense stock of Pianos, Organs, sheet f.J
his :x mark '0 R Gaillard Amos Wilkes F Fletcher'Ed music and musical Instruments of,The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out iU i1aj1
E B Wager' F Deppe Edmonson the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices to make room for a fall
O R Gaillard line of the celebrated Conover New England j Schubert and Klngsbury Pianos. U"Ji
W B Ed Edmonson
Roper We have the following which are worth from $100 to :100 : :
C Griffis Chas H Nauman Amos Wilkes pianos $: more than we
John Jones ask for them : t. t !iiJtJt!
C J P GoldsmithF Henry Pentelton F Fletcher Conover. ,st7ieKw I..,...................... Halnea JlI'OfI', style II.mall.,, ........,...,,2on
Bouknlght; his x mark'Eddie Charley Boll b...... ;;.................rte Schubert, 18.......... ... ...... 878Ma
Deppe Gibson F Fletcher I. Jeb. ......,......,., ,.....2110 Maloolm Lore wal.....n....u........... J
J P Goldsmith: C Bouknlght a S.. J.walM ......................" 800 HtelnwajKverett eb..........".... .,., tfio
Eddie Barnelle 8, ,eb........................... 400 ...,.... 1:11I: ..... f I''
F Deppe Curtis MoPherson Eddie GibsonF a a K,wal.......................... a2J Klntr bury, strleD eb..f..b.,...,............n..., SIM t t j !. ii.f .
P M Fischer Chr F'FischerThos Fletcher McCammoa.t2vle2twnl: ...... 800( a eb...,...., .....u..... too>
W Lund ./..,...... aiiflHatnes ( Knabe Grand .. ........ ... 11/Io
Thos W Lund Chr F Richard Milton Curtis McPhersonF .. a 7,wal.T ....,................ 3TS2AO BtuyveuatNewsby eb.".......,........... ITS .. !
Fischer ..
Fletcher a ,eb..,................... a wal..... ....,.a.2o0! ;.'
P Fisher Henry Hamilton\ Lucius Stark Br os., a e,lib...................... 2IKI A Evan! eb......"..". ........ I'M: L I }pdll .
M E English C R Oaillard Louis K .. 8,eb...................... ITS Sass M.Bear, eb...........y."............ too
', C R Stewart Myers a U a 8,man....................,190 Morris,, loo
G H Hunter J K Tucker C'5 i.T
George Cook E A Gray J J Peacock Some of, these pianos have been rented, but we have had them re-polished and SII i 18i1j .
]I( E Engll8h John if Fletcher put In thorough order and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or moms re : bL [
Evans..
E A Gray George Cook + ? Owen Holman funded. We furnish a stool, scarf, innstruotlon book and delivered f. o. b. Jacksonville : ] 11

M I E English Chas Harris Jno EvansF ; cash or Installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us. \
L T Coodey E A Gray FREYER A BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY,

W II Harris Ellis Cobb Richard Fletcher Milton 24 East Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla. :aO := OO OII-r. ,
M Goldsmith E ,
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Gray R P CheneyR --. ...
Sam Futch P R P Cheny" '
Cheney MIAMI FLORIDA. ;
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SaID Futch E A Gray Richard Milton :EJOTmLS.: :

Wm T McRae H I Blocher R P Cheny Perfectly new hotel with all- modern Improvements Located on park 'one
WID T McRae ..
Sam Futch Richard Milton Nice home Pleasant block from Hotel Royal palm commanding splendid vlewgof: Blscayne Bay. hates ,
E A Gray Nathan. Webber Richard Milton family ; location) rates by week or month. '
$2 day and upward. Special
SF Gray James KnIght Chas Harris Fort Pierce Hotel house and furnishings; Modern con per :
Sam Futch Aaron Jacobs L Starke t veniences. No better fishing and huntIng -' .
ell' Williams James KnightFDeppe Charley Harris In the State. J. A F. M. TYLER

AndrewEllenwood Jno Evans Inlet.For Tierce Fla. Proprietors. OCEAN ,:BEACH SOUSE. < '
ON INDIAN RIVER Near
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James ..
SmithY Knight Chas Harris Formerly of New Haven Conn. *
11' Deppe Sam Weeks Pinkney Smith
E L Brady 11' W Miller his x mark Chas Davis ON THE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN., '
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F W MlUer' 'L A Brady Isaac Jones Chas Davis Opposite Daytona, near the City) Beautiful'Boulevard; Surf bathing.. Summer -*
E W L H Harris his x mark Edward Williams HOTEL ALGONQUIN Rate $7 and $4 per week. Special rates to families. house open all the year y'
Brady'A
ladley W 11'FutchW Edward. Williams 'F Chas Fletcher Davis .," Address .MRS. II. C. BERRY Sea Breese, Fla.
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H Harris Henry Barnwell Charley Harris ,EATMAN. Proprietor

W'P Futch, A W Hadley II HarrIs Wm his Gibson:x mark Nathan Edward Webber Williams ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. The Hotel FlaeideJACK8ONVI1JJC o Jaad:-
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Cothron ;1 II Wynne M T MobleyM I New Furniture and fixtures throughout 1891
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I 0 C Halgbt T Mobley Wm Gibson Kleotrlo bell In verjr room. Fronting the 014 FLORIDA. t,
1 W D Harris A Badley Nathan Webber Slave Market ana PI...... Overlooking the Bay, '
W F Futch Wm Croxton F Fletcher with aile ocean view. All whit help. Rates In the center of the city on Main Street, the dividing line between east Mid west k
P E Puckett R S Smith Owen :x Tholman tXOO! par day and upward. Special weekly rates. one block from ))al. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. ,
G W Brittain George Denham W B Roperhis Sample room. I Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meet all traln ."*VJ ernm $::1.00 per day and ,
Ntel P Nle180u F Price x mark John Curtis upwards. Special rates by the week. N., L. WARD, Proprietor. $
F A Losley .. Joe Green Lucloua Starke ,
J PrIce R L MotJow John Curds x
his x mark J J Tucker Cato Johnson Henry PentlonF Fi5ohor' k
Cottag
J T Bassett S J J J Norton Tucker Andrew Gibson F FletcherF Fletcher DAYTONA HOUSE, (FORMERLY HOTEL SPENCE.) v4.

S J Norton J T Bas8ettJ A Losley Palm Stx-oot: Titu.H: V'l.11o: I1'1a. I. A. 8. DICKINSON., Proprietor.This ,If)
J Tucker 1 }
Henry S Meador F Fletcher located between both depots. Airy good table, pure ,drink. -
J J Centrally rooms
Tucker ,
W 11' Futch
Henry HamiltonW ing water. house centrally and pleasantly located ha been newly furnished; I.I now' "'w
E H lIolton H Walstlne F Fletcher better than ever before prepared to furnish a comfortable borne to tourist and
ED Rates: $2.00 per day, ; special rates by the week or month. .y
polton J J Tucker '
Chas Harris CHB. F. FISCHER, Proprietor. the traveling public generally ll extend hearty Invitation to all my old friend
lie W.F Futch Chas Tlgnon Joseph Maxwell on the East Coast to call'and see me. k'' A>DICKINSON, Daytona, Fla. a '
Tucker W L West, Jackson .
hi III :x mark Warren -- --

J T E H IIolden John Henry Joseph.Maxwell ARTHUR T. FEASTER.I1 .. .
Tucker J J Tucker '
his X mark Warren JacksonJ .

L R Decker Ike E H Tucker Rice S Simpson Joseph Fletcher MaxwellF T IAN RI-V'ER 30TELR, Seminole Hotel Jt.. Jt.

Prof J W Kline Isaac Hampton Luclous Starke *>
John SlmoU80n W M Smith Hamilton
Henry
J.J; Peacock Babe Howard F Fletcher TJTUSVILLE, OPEN ALL THE YEAR.; rrWEBTiPALM
V Caller T :trt
Deppe Joseph Maxwell BEACH FLORIDA. '
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W B lIarrl. The Ervln Curtis McPherson Indian River.
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R A Bobbett W II Harris Amos' Wilkes Fla. This hotel I fa subatsntlalty built of brick, and baa every convenience. Close to
V Galler Frank Hawkins J R Watsonhis : the railway depot. Free 'bus to and from train Boat attached to the hotel
o D Flood J J Peacock x mark R L Motlow with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rate, from $ .OO per day nd

J E F Brownyt William Nelson F Fletcher p e ARTHUR T. FEA8TER.MA2TAOEU.. upwards;. special rates by the week or month. M. J. BOYCE, ?
Bennett 0 ,$! Henry Hamilton : GEORGE ZAP, Proprietor. Manager.--
. Loull IIicMRae W H Maxwell F Fletcher _
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I Koppelow Wm T Amos Applewhite "

, F Open All Tile Year. '
ORMOND BY FLA.
H T Nonrood W TFulte6 HOTEL COQUINA UE-8EA'
R L Motlow The large acbasologlcal and etbno ,

Gen K Robbins II B Saunders jr graphic collection brought together by Only" few minutes' Open for Summer: Season of 1807 June 22nd., Flne:Surf Bathing,.:Flsblog'and "
Robert Pentland of Rica ha now
the government Costa .''
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walk from stations
F A Railway -
Morgan Roberl PentlandCbaa wheeling. SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY.:
been commodiously installed In a buildIng and Steamboat land- ,

H Walton P 0 WaltonP ._ erected for the purpose at San Joe Ings. ,'. UARRY.L. BEtfMAN Manager.. ''

F A. de Costa Rica... On the banks of the Until June lath for rates, etc., write, care 8anJnan Hotel,Orlando, Tin' X
G Walton HsWalton ...far-famed Indian River. ,
Chasse ._.._ ._ _.._ _. .. .._ .... .
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W TAtem Prof J W Kline .
The Swannanoa.r &STANTON HOUSE. *

W W Ballard W F FutchCaeeeL Thef .Colonnades !

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DAYTONA. D. J. JONES; .- Proprietor.
On the Peninsular, opposite t
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Joseph Willis W W Ballard THOUGH modest and unobtrusive hotel In Large, airy and well-furnished room, with all Modern Conveniences electric ... .,
his z mark C R Gaillard there la no better conducted
J 11' CarUle Thaddeus CaueLs The popularity of The SwanAsheville. light, bell, etc. Rates $2.00,per day., Special Terns tit,

J C Morrow Danca I. due to Its unique location 1U Plenty of shade ontaide hotel make It a delightful place for children.,, '

J K o.baQ E A.Gray boms-like atmosphere, the excellence of Dancing twice week In Casino. ,' .r Families., .* ,

11' H. Frank Louisiana Its cuisine, and its very moderate rates.pricea. REDUCED RATES for Summer season, 7.60 per week and upward.. Engage ,;1
--7t1 H J Bblrle7. $3.80: per day. Liberal weekly '
at once. .
room Minutes.Walk Central
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your Two from
Prof J W Kline R. R. BAWLS, '
W S Graham J P Goldsmith FREE HACK. from Daytona depot; Address: ..
Depot. .. 'J :
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' : mortal In all, London the Seat of9Drevard.: It II the head'of lIangatloD on the famous ladlllD
happiest was Ie the County
Olive and Trees! 1TUSVILLE
Camphor River and 111M miles
to Banana south 01 Jack-
eDta'aDce'
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"artful dodger" when be exhibited the the -
River Ja nearly opposite
,"wipes" he had gathered that morning L{!r eon,1l;\e. Tltu.vll1e has five white aDd two colored cburcbe 'l good white aod colored ach0011'; also

*,i LABOO FLA., July 1, '96.EditorAdvocate and received the praises Old'Fagl;\ for tannin extract, fib e,and Icefactories. ; lumber yard-, electric fight works, a brick jail a good and *

his dexterity. 'IDetitutloo house brick armory for the Indian River Guards, two hotels, several
t safe banking opera
My gifted friend,"L'means'Lewis. railroads a steamboat line two fine wharves for sail and steamboats
shelled rqtul two
Mr. Silk "If'ollY811 have boarding houses
Answering ,
J LJt aDd the hammock aDd other lands in thluootlon-for or&Dge'
A. yIsrEast
< aDd fillblng 18 excellent
with The
ever been planted In Florida" and hunting
well vegetable growlng-are said to be
and other things, as al someROBBINS
what lemon, peach, rice, aU"BMMe many
success: I Canes be here under partial shade., '
the provements.Accordlag tile finest ID the state. also may grown
of
In
They are growing many parts I promlneDt'and live merchants-whose standing; OOy" will be found 011 this
State, but they not fruit here tbe sameas I I AnoD Tltu..yUl. of the ADVOOATB roOOel'8
the following for whom. we solicit a share 01 the patronage :
with many other kinds of fruit. The : page-are .
to George F. Miles, presl _
tree grows well, but for the want of naturalization .
dent of the East Coast Canal companythe ,
do not sultour climate.
The late,A.they L Id well made a thoroughtest day is not far- distant; when steamboats DUREN & FEASTER.
B will be traveling the'IDlalid passage & GRAHAM I .....
of the olive at Orlando; planted 10 ]
,
between this city and St.,Augustine,
different varieties and all failures.
were GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES. Florida
and in fact, all the way from Jacksonville and
W. H. Garrett wants to know of the
r to Key West far down. Into the ....LLbi" Alai... ,
camphor tree. It grows here nicely south the TimesUnion.MrMiles' Ki'nasICrockery. and Tinware.
says Western Meats ot All Your'
Seems to be< at home In any part of the engineers ,have estimated patronage
.
Solicited
State and I think make all INSTATE
we can our WILL. PRACTICE AND
that aohadnelSfeet and 60 feet wide
camphor from It; but at a cost of ten deep TIT ISVILLE. '- FLORIDA
be constructed for between
times what It does to buy It of tbe cheap I may $100,000 UNITED STATES COURTS. I
the St. Johns and !St.! Augustine =
labor countries /that :
we are now getting
I from. On account of the Importance of this E ?J : 3R.t9.17Y:: :; dZ : :RO
JAMBS MOTT. last link In the chain of the canal Mr. .,_ '
.Icaw.TIN Miles to now endeavoring to interest ABSTRACTS or Title Famished

'' HII tar AWAllp"PuIUl'r. capital to go Into the project. His IB Brerardtand Dade Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, fertilizers, Staple ft Fancy Groceries Fnlt
About Camphor: Trees. effors have proven partially I successful for lands
although he Das not been busy in this And Food Products of all kinds.: Grain, Hay Bran, Cotton Seed Meal Ground I
KOBT. W. SIMMS, direction except since the meeting of the Counties. .. Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively It
t ANDs COUBTCNAT: FLA., June 29, 1897. last legislature, which, upon. favorable the above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patronagi

f OLK AOBNT. Editor Advocate I report of, the Investigating committee Very truly, E.,L. BRADY: BRO., Titnsvllle, Fla.JbBJLJHLE3 .

; .Wholesale I'read In your pink paper that a Mo- extended the charter of the company We have a large List .
,Liquors.. bile gentleman (Mr. Garrett) wishes to _In the work between St. Augustine and
s A! learn something about camphor trees In Jacksonville there will be only about teD of Lands owned by. : ':JN"S..I"C:: AN 7a:: ....

'' t Jacksonville. Florida. Florida, and will simply state that I miles of cutting to. connect the natural Protect; 7tour
; Iroperty
Write for Pdoee.a planted eight years ago,on my high pine waterways, Pablo creek making southward and clients.
farm, a small one, which la now about from the St. Johns and North river. ourselves. BY"''INSURING IN The "Old Hartford," Fireman' Fund Providence Wanh-

35 feet high and a foot In diameter. It from St. Augustine. for unimprovedlands Ington, or Sun Mutual Insurance Company. All well known as the. strongest and
grew without a bit of fertilizer and withno Within six weeks Mr. Miles says there Price safest companies In America., GEO. B. JB.
special care except plowing abont It will be through water transportation to $1OO AgentPIT. Swat Coast,
: I I, two or three times a year and also from Ormond to Key '" $3 V _'_. Tltusvllle Florida
or passed the '05 unpleasant cool snap with complished only one cut, that being near
out a leaf being Injured. I make no practical Matanras Inlet, Is necessary to make St. per acre. ,
use of It except to make a smudge Augustine the terminus of the line. -' I '

,, of the leaves and twigs In our short"skeeter" Tbe canal will open up Florida's moat WE have a few ':Residence, Orange G. .CARY ELOPES,.
I and wonderful .
term, which I find makes the picturesque waterways 1 '

,41.'., winged demons sneeze and get up and and a prettier journey will not be fount. Grove and Pineapple! Properties,In desirable F:JeEJ:: : =:: NS-crRa .NC:
I
; f go; It la far better than any fumes of the world over. That part of It through .
'". ,. tbe many insect demoralizers.As the ten thousand Island between Miami locations. Prices Reasonable

:J, the leaves are always a dark and and Key West will prove' revelation. I Representing some of" the. Leading Fire Insurance Companies Will writer !
the trunk a light green and Is very even to Floridlans. .
symetrieal, dense foliaged, and nwldespreading ( TITUSVILLE. I Policies anywhere.,In Brevard County.
i OFFICES ) WEST PALM BEACH,
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,ii", the palmetto and, It grows would much make faster a better than Fourth of?July League Bally (, and MIAMI. mr: Your Business. Solicited.

: '\: ." '" wind-break, besides''being available for TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.

: :. r' commercial purposes.As At the M. E. Church, Tltusvllle Sunday a t.
,,,,loll;.. ; "- neighbor Tlrttn of ostrich fame has %.. ''
July 4th, at 7:45: p. m. GRUBER & GRIGGS' ,;
'. J several young trees that are very thrifty I PBOOBAMMX. .. H. H. DICKEY: Groceries. J. T. HINTON, Meat
PLANTS I do not hesitate to that tbe Island of
PINEAPPLE Merritt would be an say Ideal location for No.1. Vol.... ,;* ... ; :1. .. ..D, Choir

'I,., "., camphor forest.-'p-- a *"* fi.!8.: 'p.r er-----. .j .ttv Congregation -f Soda FountainTITUSVILLE East Coast Grocery & Meat MarketTitul'tville. |

.1 FABMKB STMMXS.'' .
M\ Take Notice. 4. Scripture Lesson. FLA.
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.I _. .w I I0. Anthem !' ,' Fla.

:: :Red Spanish and Fancy Variety. Slips CAPTAIN; 'LEWIS DAS 8OME- a' ,6. Reading, "Cause of Cuba." the WHY town are rBECAUSE cold drinks at our store the talk of Fine Groceries Staple Articles
.
,l .+ and Backers for Hale. Apply toll, 7. Solo. t. they are prepared with the purest ,
r : .; \ .: W. GoMxwr.Bnoww,' THING. .TO SAY. .8.. Guitar Duet-"Sleep Gentle.. .'. trait jaloaa only. < .. Fruits and
WHY do the children their mother'sto ..... Vegetables
&', "' '1'';.._. Hobe. Sound, Fla. ... <#"V :Mother." take them to our store request for Cold drinks r
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.d"' I, Fear PiKHCB, June 80, 1897. "It 10.9. Recitation Singing, .."Kiss.. .at.Congregation the Door." good BECAUSE thing they are better judges.generally of y Western and Florida MEATS of' all Kinds

'yt ,'Fancy'.Pineapple :Slip &; SuokAbbakas Editor Advocate: '" ''11.:rQoartette. .; .. ...Bl four girls denlrlng WHY do aomethlng the people cold turn refreshing to our tore to drink when? HP: Special Attention given to HaD Order Give nil a trial ud
4 4 12. Cornet Duet. seek to the will be .
BECAUSE first of all we please 0 yea pa-d. '
.' t. en for Sale. "He wriggled In and he wrlnlad out, 13.' Anthem. taate of And left the all In doubt,
p people ox their thiret. at
oj,, Whether the enak that made the track 14. Reading. "Cross Bearer. tCTTobacoo ,
Egyptian Queen, Golden Was going out or oomlng back"-Hudlbras. 11 15. Duet... ..: >.?. . ..Two girls ,Cigars Candy and Fruit. THE ''DECANTER.
Porto Rico Smooth Cayenne and I .' 10. Solo. "National League Hymn" .
Bed My friend of the Cocoa News, whom I I -
Spanish. Apply, top greatly admire for his extraordinary ver* 17. Recitation "Has Charity Begun"
MADDOCK A MATTHAMS,. satllity, has, by a rare exercise of genius 18. Collection"":'-"AH come prepared" Hew 1897 Model( ,Globe Gasoline Engine.
q 'Palm Beach Pinery," discovered the Identity of "L, and 19. Doxology and Benediction. Lesley A Renaker

i West Palm Beach, Fla.Fancy thereupon proceeds to offer a few feeble Sunday School at 10:MO a. m. r\\ ,

remarks. He asks If I have "so soon Preaching 11:00" Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies :Iums Gins and Whiskies '
,
1 r Pines. forgotten' that almost every bill Introduced League ',' 8:00: > p. m.', ,
< by him (the senator) fUNd both All invited to our services.' i =- Bottled Beers,. Ales. and Stout ------ ---,
houses and became law.' "
my A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard rand'' Pool Tables.
Before placing your order for Smooth friend "so soon forgotten" ,that the only
Cayenne or Abbaka plants, write for bill championed by our' senator-in Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mall

*"' 'price, delivered; state quantity. which Brevard county was at all concerned BOOKKEEPING orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & RENAKER,Titnsville Fla.
:< CRKSOKMT\ PIKBRV, -was a covert blow at the cattle-

BAUIA, FLA. men of our county, whose herds roam thoroughly $
for
Into the northern portions of Dade? .. taught 00
tAbraaamMn'tBookkeeping
,. Pineapple Slips. OJ! As for the talk about the closing hours L. DECKER.i.
:<* of the Senate etc, perhaps my usually Chart ..

-l 'Abbaka. Queen rernambuoo and Rod very there accurate bills friend Introduced Is not aware that No Booklet teacher giving required.fuUDUttcuJa..ftee. 0Stationuy -)::: Will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of :'::[--
slips for sale.', were by Captain ... .
} Spanish pineapple Addrtja,c. AtfrtiaaH,i
\ *' Apply to L. MABVIR Hardee, and passed by the House before Cialia, N. J. Principal and Founder AbrahantMO -
-' w .jutf.:;: Everglade Plantationwest the first half of the session and went to Business College. .BatabUihed 1880.WANTED ,
CYPRESS AND
GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
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> flr' Palm Beach Fla. the Senate where they enloved a slumber )
that disturbed
t "l, was never by .our
'. senator.To FAITHFUL' MEN
> OR
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l : :.;., M Pineapple Plants for Sale. certain fc extent our senator was to travel for responsible and Marina Itfto 125 ft. P. The X>reieuehed*\' sad. :El.O"-1.b.: .
The wleb8lh and Interests
vigilant., of
,
established house In Florida. Salary Safest,most Reliable Economical and Durable ,

I5. ; !*" #(. Red Spanish, Egyptian ,and Ripley Mr. Flagler close.and and prompt the Canal attention.Company:' .On received 1780 and expenses. Position perman yachts Power and for bu aunahea..lnoai boat, Auxiliary,and where Power stationary for Also Mouldings and, Turned Work; ,Brick, Lime, Cement
Porto
r Queens..'Abbakas, Knvllle City ,ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed
; ( !t, woo, Charlotte Rothehllds and Smooth all measures from Brevard he seemed to stamped envelope. The 'National Star power. U required. BKNJ. W. JEROME: and Crates of All Descriptions.
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t Guaranteed first-class. plants be waiting for orders from somebody.As Bldg., Chicago. Bole Representative for Manufacturers In the
Cayenne., Insurance
\11 TituflatviLie; ; .
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for the "bill called Bloxham Co. 'Florida.JAMB5'PRITCAARD
I .f y J. n. LxToxmiTAV, State of Florida. ROOKLBDOB, J'LA.WOJEU" :
*1"' "'* Eden Fla.. taking a "semi Rip"Van Winkle nap," .
0, let it be understood that 'though It apparently FOB" first class shoemaking and repairing tar and prices on application.TitaSYille

sleeps It will awaken In the call on J. A. Daughtery, Washingtonavenue President W. M.
**' Fla.; Shoes madeto ; Baovrar, Vloe-Presldeat:
Tltusvllle
'l Plante. near future all the fresher and stronger C. S.
; ', Choice Pineapple Schuyler, Cashier.
for the while the order in fine style., Barber
nap; cocoa county Shop
I.. Smooth Cayenne Kuril City, Abbaka seat--consigned as It has been to tbe .

j / "., and Red Spanish, grown without cover, tombs of the Capulets-will sleep until Orange Grove and Residence INDIAN RIVER 'STATE BANK;
Guaranteed Gabriel toots his Horn.
and from plants.
a young
first-class.' Apply or address My friend speaks of those who fairly f for Sale. .Call at the" above place and get your ,

k O. A. RoBitraoK! and honestly and openly opposed the A fine and- of Hair Cat Shave (Incorporated rider: the Laws of the State of Florida.)|
garden
property Shampoo
'Eden Indian Fla. formation of a new I Fairly I grove "
9} jf. River ...&.frl I ttv t t f county.___. _, -I___._ 12 acre., fronting on the Indian River r .f Authorized capital $100,0001 t
"- Abouta6'big v'"V'I And-extending hank tA: the county road or Tonsorial work of all kinds done by
: good petition largelysigned Paid $25,000
: miles south; up capital
at about 15 of
'fl Fancy Pineapple Plant. in'I'itusvlile""even I by the While Sharpes n. S. ME&DOR.Prop., -r '
.r :. Tltusvllle-known: as the Brock place; Average deposits $160,0001
r and Pink Kdltors". it Is out of order to '
COO bearing trees good house; four Washington are., Tltu'nll1e, Fla '" -
grown'wfthou'\ ask, who got It up? who circulated that ; '
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and kitchen servants' house and |
'''Ii 1 S ter smooth-leaved Cayenne Abbaka petition t and what representations were rooms ; Transacts a General Bankinj
house.
.d and for sale.i made to the signers f and was the allege packing Price $4,500.00
r., ) : Jamaica Rlpley plants Apply to l]T* All communications for'this paper '
E. C. B TYHDALt. ed Fort Drum petition, obtained In. the ROBBTNS A GRAHAM, should be addressed "THE ADVOCATE, Business.

'Waeland. Fla manner f Attys. for owners, TitoBvUle, Fla." This will Insure Immediate I 1III ,
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Does not my gifted friend know: as ,
.' soon as those Tltusvllle signers "even the TitusviUe, Kla. attention. Largest and'Oldest Bank on i the Rtrtl!

\0 w. Porto Rico Slips White and Pink Editors" dlecoverd that Exchange sold on all'Foreign Conntrie.
} somebody (who was It) had deceived .1t--

,.,', Grown under cover. Apply for pricesto them, promptly repudiated It. and sent FOR SALE.... Home-Grown .,' DIRECTORSaJAe.ParraaAaoW.B.BAawarrPredd .
'" the Delaney Porto Rico Pineapple to our senator a document .which reads ''t
w'' '\" Plantation, Mloco, Fla.V as follows: of the National Bank ot Jacksonville! ) J.":
,' The undersigned citizens of Titusvilliare PINEAPPLE* SLIPS AND SUCKERS DiTEKBa (Vice-Pre.ldeo' National' Ban. *r1
,?. not opposed to division of, Brevard Jacksonville)), and W. M..BBOWV.coRBispoirDKirra..

i Pineapple Slips for Sale. county desired by a majority of the Of the following Varieties : : : York i
Seaboard National Bank of New
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residents ,,of the territory which It Is Natlooal .
i ( Red Spanish. Queen's, Porto Rico's proposed to erect Into a new county. ibb&ka Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, Ripley Queen,, Smooth : : Bank of JackaesvUle.Z'Irr
*and Abakka's, from well-cultivated and That document was signed by every I .: VILLE. FL4...
4 ; well-fertilised plants. Growers. know business man, except..b.. In Tltusvllle, Cayenne, Peraambuco and Red Spanish. .' _

't this pays. Address, numbering fifty-seven.. Subsequently, a Ajply to G. C. MATTHAMS.- Florida Pineapple Co.- ,
JOBN Te.YLea. similar document was sent to our senator .
'i:' 0. K.'WOOD, Agent Stuart, Fla. elgned.by fifty-three citizens of LaGrange "\ ', West Palm Beach, Fla. o .4

Tltusvllle, 311ms, Clifton andUauloel'
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and still another
document
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; ,,,'t' 'Guavaa Wanted. signed by thirteen other citizens of LaGrange Flour L tDc
c : :.\ all of which were presented to The Premier of America. we rtU

I; Highest cash price paid for'guavas. In Senator Dlmlck by Capt. Hardee and O C

7 any quantity, and at any station on the myself; and the said senator, merely .- f- pRESCRIPTIONS CD 9
V But Coast Railway. Write or apply to glancing over one of them, handed. them ::.iI

:g,+, JAB. CABJIKIX, back to us without evtn reading their. Unexcelled xTtSfB Biscuit "tS v: ABED. c w
;
)r Ormond Y &. contents.As C =
Refer to Editor ADVOCATE our friend seems to claim that C 3iCD
Titnsville and Fort Dram are'all right rfvrX *

r and always "come out ahead" a.perusal C .
For* Charter. of the afore mentioped documents For andCkai1M 7' N
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and a knowledge of the openly-expressed o
!' The :line sloop Yankee Doodle can be sentiments of some of the leading eltl- I i .;+ V CD

I, chartered bythe day, week, or month; seas of Fort Drum will aid him In determining n
'4, anywhere between Ormond and Miami. on which side of the question t N .

Good accommodations for ladies. For those two precincts will come out ahead. I. Bread M E E-- Pastry. '
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;: ,, farther particulars, write to Oar gifted friend seems to be proud of 4z; s
'1- C. "I' GKO. Cook. and nappy over his achievement In e :-FRED. S. CHAFFEE & & 'DRUGGISTSSpecial -

Tltusvllle Fla. TltusvIUe. .
i'* It la really wonderful from how many ,, -' I Attention Paid '

..' W t* ; '. Reading notice ads. on this page and various sources ham_ happiness Is F. I. BURST JACKSONVILLE FLA. lank a cmArm to Mall Orders.
bl .
J"; c", af.the' cents. per' line per week. derived. Perhaps the proudest and. Represented I :' :" 1 Titusv le, Fla.
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