Indian River advocate
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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 16, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00087
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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ol. 14. No. 22. TITUSVILLE. FLA., FRIDAY J 1 ; JULY'1.(3, 1897. Price; 5c. A

LOCAL NEWS -Capt. IT. N. Penny, of Nathan, 'was, FOR ALL Kinds of Bicycles and Sundries LAWNS formerly llto. now lOo. Bour- Attention LadleM. HOTEL NOTKS.. .. :

in town this week ,send to F. W.. BKKBS, St.< Aug- ettea formerly 20o. now 121. Gardner ,

Lnd Toplcn of General Interest. I -Mr. J. N. Chalker, of Lotus, la about natitoe Fla.Judge A Walker., Julius Kline bogs to announce that he WIIBXB to atop. See list of hotels o. '

I to plant ont 1}acres in pineapples. ban just received a new and pretty line our 7th pn/ote./ 'f.
tn connection Cocoa -Bey. II. M. Goodell tie and his of ducks suitable for skirts, In black
oeletr and General o..lp M. S. Jones paid a ,says ,
I I- Mrs Fred S. Chaffee, who has beenon Manager Fred Sterry still) "holds the t
Lake Worth Indian, visit family are delightfully situated at Sea- white, brown, and nearly every
with Blmayne Bay yesterday gray
the sick list this week, Is now much fOllt' "u manager of the best hotels In ',.'
I Rivera, West breeze and are enjoying themselves color Imaginable. It will to see
and Halifax Key: very /
Banana better. Hot
-County Supt. J. H. Sams of Courte- pal Springs, Va. P'
I aU other Important Point along the much. these goods, which are all strictly
I Bant Coast of Florida. Brief mention of -Business men should have two signs nay, to in town this morning.Mr. -Mra.Wm. M. Brown and family leave first-class: material. Gen'l. Supt. C. B. Knott,,of the Fin. .'"

I Interesting Events from Various Part -one on the building they occupy and J. D. Crabb of Cocoa, has been here,, to-morrow Saturday for the JULIUS KLINE, East Coast Hotel (System: .,. has been In
I of the World i About People You Know one in the local newspapers. I spending a day or so in town this week. home of her parents, at New, Hartford Titusvllle, Fla. New York for some tIme past

land People You Don't Know- Picked The steamer Santa Lucia has made -Mrs. J. B. Soreven hasbeen, visitingher Conn.,'to spend: the balance of the sum Cashier Arthur L. Marsh, of lintel Alcazar ;
op by Our Society Editor and a large staff her last trip to the keys and Is laid up sick mother, at Oatten, this week. me '' Cnpt and Mrs. FnTfonl of the Blu- may be found at The Columbia,

I of Correspondent of Florid scattered. alone the for the present In the Miami river. -Mrs. U. S. Williams, of Rockledge -Capt. W. n. McIntyre has returned cayne Key House of Refuge, who have All bur)' Park. ,.w whWnagor

I EMt Coast: -- : -Mr. Jas. A. Waddell still "holds the has gone to New Jersey to spend the remainder from Bay Biscayne and is now enjoyinga been spending a short while In Now / S. It. Peck, o(.Hotel Plaza,

fort" as mayor of Key West, and refuses of the summer, few days' rest at Cocoa ere resuming Smyrna, returned homewards yentcnlay. ltoekledge la managing: the ,Arlington
If you receive a sample copy of to be "dismissed" by the Board of his old position on the steamer Court.nay. .- lletoakey, Mich., for the summer.
he ADVOCATE, It Is an intimation thatt -Mr. J. G. Bast presented us with a .
would give us pleasure to add your :I City Commissioners.We fine magnolia blossom yesterday which : Arrival of the Selmstliui. Asa S. Loom, room olerk of Hotel> ,

ame to our fast-increasing list of sub- should like our farmers' to give Is about the last of the season. Tobacco Growing on the East Aflonsna, St Augustine/ In at the Grand ,

ioribers. It does not cost you three : us some results as to the growing of Col.V C. C. Post of Seabreeze, Is The steamer! St. Sebastian arrivedat liwtel, Maeklnao Island.

lenta per week (postage included) when I fruit, vegetables, etc., tn Brevard county, about- to erect an house, for whichhe A Coast.Mr. Titusvllle on Sunday afternoon last Henry W. Merrill, the well known '.
ken by the year and It can be sent to and the profits there rom.. opera about ::1:31): o'clock In charge of Capti
has purchased 50,000 feet of lumber. Robt. Morrow, of Sunbeam. west manager of Hotel Royal Palms ia at the n
bou in any part of: the United States or J. II.Smith,assisted by Capt. H.U. From. Clrawford
-Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bradley of West of Titusvllle says he baa some fine to- > House White Mountains
anada without extra expense. Manager E. Sudlow of the Jackson berger and J. Houston. She started from
Palm Beach, who has been on a visit to ville Co. here baooo land, and he la going to plant the Read the new ad. of the Seaside Inn
their Fertilizer passed through the St John'a bar, In tow of the tup R.
THE ADVOCATE daughter, Mrs. Qriffing of Maoenny seed It. He baa been In the wellte'rnand '
I his to Lake Worth. on arriving Swabreese on our 7th It\ fa..a "
returned Wednesday, on way L. Mabey, at 0:30:: Saturday night page. very
$1.50 per annum In advance. on Tueseay. middle part of the state studying at New Smyrna at 7:MO the folltwlntc popular resort both summer and winter. "
11.00 six months '. the -Mrs. and Miss Quarterman, of Chester very carefully the growing and curing of 1 "''it,'
of SI
Engineer George Houston ; morning. The trip down was made In.
Cashier II. W. of the Inn la
Shoals have been coupleof Searlos
spending a
to forelgn countries. tobacco and he says he Is confident he
f2.00 an. Sebastian returned to Eau Oallie
per on good weather the St. Sebaatlan.
fairly _
at the Homestead at Hot
days In town this week. can make a success of It. Springs ,
Monday. He has been working In Jacksonville making fine allowing for the overhaul
I where he will be found for the present. :
the above for of Frankford Mr. b. W. Rowley, of San Mateo has the ; ,
upon steamer, -Mr. Thos. Barton, formerly Ing she has had at ldert'Ill-8te\'en.
-Never fall to read our Inside pages some weeks past. 'Pa., but now of Savannah, has planted 12 acres In tobacco and live acres boat yard In Jacksonville. The SU: Se. :Messrs.! Anderson A Price. Managers; :
foil will always find something to in- been spending several days In town this at Hastings. where It la bald "the land Is blst1awhlch made the run fiom,Jaoksonvtllo Hotel Ormond opened their New "
rest -Mr. H.A. Hodges of the well known excellent for tobacco growing. Mr.J. I"'of
you. Alount'I
week. to Titusvllle In 2J: hours-will Mount! Pleasant House. White : .
-Mr. Ed. Gray bas rented the Decker lumber firm of Hodges Godfrey, Satsuma K. Ingraham has some very good bo taken the St. LiioleHnear sine, on the 3rd tnat l
Heights; was In town a short while Traveling Freight agent W. J. Jarvis, cigar tn his land office at St. Augustine/ up :,
ottage in North Titusvllle. Tuelldayand Wednesday, on his way as of the F. E. C. Ry., was a passenger on mad from tobacco grown at San Mateo White City and laid up for the season. Manager Joseph I*. G reaves, of Hotel ,'.:
of II B.
Successful advertisers are never timid. ax.south as Cocoanut Grove. yesterday's northbound ..train from a by Mr Rowley and which an ADVOCATE She will be In charge Captain Smith has Alcazar 8t. Augustine has been making "
business Inbe down the East Coast. Frombergor. Captain J. H. hosts of friends at the Manhattan heads '"
has had the
I timid advertiser .no trip representative recently pleasure
-Mr. E. F. Curry, the Custom House been down the river thla week,, looking hotel Manhattan linach. '
4 field officer at West Palm Beach, has been ....:Dr. W, L. Hnghlett, of Coeoa, passed of sampling._ for a good place to hay her up., She: may ,
'::Mr. Robt. Pentland,' who has beenn offered by Mr. Oeo. W. Allen the choiceof through here Wednesday, en route to Iiidla.Rev. start south to-nuirow. Many regrets are expressed owing to 'r
the sick list for several days, is now a clerkship In the Custom House at Lancaster Va. where be was summoned Lecture on Mr. Homer Glllla resigning his position

fbla to be out again.Archdeacon Key West and his present position. by a telegram to the effect that his 1rlIL aa one of the managers of Hotel Ponce ,
mother was seriously ill. .,W. C. Barnes gave. his first lecture TilE FUIjLKlt LAW de Leon St. Auguatlne. f;
B. F. Brown left here, 'Attorney Geo. M. Robbins went to J on India, Wednesday night which was {
kesterday for Longwood; to spend a dayr Orlando this week to argue the case of -Mr. I. M. Anderson's new residenceat greatly enjoyed by those who attended. Romer Olllla, one of the late popular
so on his place.Mr. Gleason vs. hunt before Judge J. D. Daytona Is sheathed and ready for The lecturer took his audience throughsome TrrusviLMc, FLA., July UV..1ti1.! manager of Hotel Ponce de Leon, haa ",, -

Broome Mr. W. H. H. Gleason accompanied siding and roofing; while the residenceof of the most Interesting part. of &ditorddvorufvr" been taking a mueh-needed. rest at his
J. Arnold, of Rockledge was In him Mr. Gleason returned yesterday another ADVOCATE subscriber-Mr. that country-up the river Ganges to the summer liorao- rnwall-on-Hudson. '"fI' ,

own part of Wednesday and Thursday and Mr. Robbins returns to-day. W. U. Peters of Brooklyn, N. V.-Is beIng Himalayas, and to the city of Agra, with I bog leu've to bund you enclosed letter O. J. MoLaughlta.. the cashier at the
nd call. U. H.,. .t
us a pleasant
gave from W. do C. Itavenolacting :
forward rapidly as and tombs whichare
pushed as pos Its ,
Royal Polnolana, the season haataken i .
Those, of our readers needing first gorgeouljalace. Fish Commissioner, received In reply to past '
Lewis', communication sible. of architectural
-Captain was his former at the Homestead j'!
lass Smooth suckers woulddo position :
Cayenne sent by to tie U. S. Fl"h' Cum
hnavoldably crowded' out of this issue, well to correspond with Geo. W. --Mr. Pierre Titus, who has been stopping design, and are the Ilnost specimens mission, together me with M) mullet, caughton Mr. Fred blerry'a hotel at Hot :
fiut will be published In our next. extant of the decorator's art. TheJeeture '
o -a.SIS..uSMrwWWr Wright Orlando Fla.. He has a large In Madison, his wife and Illustrated with stereoptloan the night of July Bih by one of my Springs. ''tl

: .We.drireigbt Ageat of 'tock:on hand which he will. dispose of family, and other pisces, for some time eras pictures fully, which add greatly to an intelligent tlshermun. It goes to further advancethe W. H. Oi'mea, who served Ufo tourists ,

Ihe J., T. & K. W. Railway was in town very cheap.Mr past, returned to Titusvllle Tuesday. conception of the grandeur of the looUlon of the Hun.Minor S. Jones. in BO satisfactory a manner nt the Royal -
part of Tuesday and Wednesday Pierre Informs us'thaC h. has also beento time when men, clothed tern the ,
: A. T. Triay, formerly of TItus- scenery, and the immense amount of At a Palm during past season la capacity
-Mrs. H. W. Reynolds: and little Miss ville American Consul to Baiacoa, Cuba Mexico and will remain In town'a money that waa expended by the onetime porartly with, power dlMogard all chan of chief cleric la passing. the miner at 'I

abel, leave Saturday afternoon, for : who, with his family, bas been visiting week or so. rulers of India on their palaces, ails of Information, Hpd not against all the Waldmere and cottages at Lakewood, .'

elbourne Beach to spend several days. relatives and friends In St. Augustine Messrs. F. II. ani G. If. Woolston, tombs and other magnificent buildings;, traditions, not alone ot experience, but N. Y., on Luke Vh utaUfJU3. a ....': '

II for the past two months left Mondayfor who have been on a cruise down Indian The lecturer-who Is rector of the Kpls- common Noose, It !III'quite refreshing to Fred C. King. the room clerk. nt. tbe' ,,a
W. R. has been the Honorable
Knox of
busily en- find In
Cuba. '.'.'.. River> in their yacht Quickstep, stoppedover .eoDal church. Melbourne-has lived In one allowed Royal Poluclana lout winter, will be
aged this week, painting and renovat'ng here a short while Wednesday on India. He knows the people and the Judge who eommon sense to
found at the Wand Union Hotel Sara
the residence of S. Jones at -Remember when about to paint ,
M. his mind.
Judge which the
their return to Jacksonville place thoroughly; and, moreover, govern
>unbeam. house boat or anything else, that country The letter of the U. M. Fish Commissioner toga. Mr. King wall at the Tampa hay
lour they left on May Slat in the interests of reverend gentleman know. Just how to 'Hotel for several seasons and la quite s
Baird & Co. Jacksonville are
-Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold with pre-of the Little Bros. Fertilizer Co. They said place what he knows bufore an audience speaks for Itself. aa well known throughout Florida aa .10'other '

Ilinlne service at Eau Gallle on Sunday all pared kinds to supply at the lowest you "possible paints price. they secured quite a number of orders lo. a thoroughly: Intel-outing and entertaining U. J..<<.)oMviiHi uwor FISH AND 1 1FISUCHIKH parts of the country '

Wt, the 18th Inst., at 10:30: a. m. and for their firm.\ manner. f
This firm will ship to you In any part of another lecture lost That George A. I'. Kelsey the late .
::30 p. m. Florida. Read their ad on 2nd page. -We were In receipt, this week, of 'a night. Mr., bringing Barnes gave his audience Into close WABIIlNUTOf, D. O., JULY 10, 1807. room clerk at.the Palm Beach Inn, Is a i y

-Ii. Henry Egger of E. L. Brady of Port large basket of delicious Kelsey plums, touch 'wjth Lucknow, Cawnpore, Delhi, Mr. 0...,. W. Scoble Titusvllle, Flat veteran In the hotel business no one
J W.
& Co. Miami, came to town last'sturday -Capt. .- Fitzgerald, grown at Enter description will doubt. Mr. KeIMo,'. pleasant countenance ,
up His
TherverelarVomey Benares and other places. Sir ...The roullot which shipped
Dear you
Tampa, is too modest to have the big Juicy, and : '
weeks smiles ; b
to spend a couple of prise. won from the lady
above many
flavor of the placed the'l'peopleaDd 7th arrived
Ith his wife and family.If dredge-now being built-named after of fine being part of a crop of their dress, and also the many Interesting to this office on July condition. yea-Examination guests during the past season and bill 11,;
and has refused the terday morning good \
him, honor suggesting three bushels from one tree, and were a been well established
you Intend going Into the culturef ; In Its stead the name of '"Port fair sample of what excellent fruit can references to the Indian mutiny shows them to be fat anri In a popularity hoe na Branch '.'

the luscious pineapple, do not fall toad Tampa.." Capt. Fitzgerald Is well knownon be raised on Florida soil. Mr. YOBS cultivates were listened to with' wrapt attention. very Immature state sexually. The Indications Florida where lIe resorts cashier aa at at the Long West End :t: I
the and sucker advts. Mr. Uarnos'is a very fluent speaker : that this tpeclea la not now was
plneapple sllp Indian River, and has hosts of friendsall many other kinds of fruit, among I are for thirteen Perhaps It will be ". fi
Q i our 8th and all present were much pleaundwith in ) and none of years .
page. Florida.Mr. from whichhe spawning
over them the scuppernong grape, his lecture and benutlful views lie submltteJ for examination .. i Interesting to hear that Mr. Kelsey will .
-Capt. and Mrs. John Simonson have J. T. Hinton, of Titusvllle, has makes a very good wine, a sample of leaves this morning for New Smyrna and the specimens could attain a ripe condition withina manage the J low land Hotel I at Long

>een Improving the appearance of their old out his meat business to Alderman which be also sent u. Daytona., where he will also lecture. Our period of two months at least. Branph thin summer. ,

esldence by. having a new 'verandah A Raulerson, of Fort Pierce, who have -Mr. D. S. DeYinne of the DeYlnne readers and friends In the above towns Respectfully yours, Manager Bernie who, for two seasons, Y

laced,on the east and south sides. branches all along the East Coast. Mr. Press, New York, who Is interested in should not fall to attend, these InterestIng 1 W. JIll: 0. RAVKNBL: : baa presided over the New RookledK

-Rev. and'Mra. H. M. Goodell andon Clinton will manage the Titusville meat pineapple growing at Bay View, passed I Illustrated lectures. Mr. Barnes ex.pects Acting Coinrolsaoner.) hotel, la a young man of rare ability and
left here on Wednesday for Sea market until further notice. Mr. K. B. through Titusvllle, Wednesday, en routeto to lecture in Titusvllle again on hi.retul'D baa gained for himself and his house a ,
Breeze, where they, have rented a cottage Ftaulerson was la town this week attend. Malabar, to meet Mr. Dan Miller. I. from the above places. Had the request Fuller to the bill governor which moat enviable reputation. For six years
Ing to the purchasing ol the business Mr. DeVlnne Informed us he bad a very for a hearing on ,
on the ocean beach for a few weeks he baa been connected with the Mohawk
the time been granted
for his firm. south and he had a 1111008'I'OPULAII was made at
pleasant trip CO1IKX thobusinees wouldhave Lake Mountain house, New Jersey, and -
-Civil Engineer G. T. Spencer, of St arrived In Jackson- those engaged In .
when he
time 1ff.V
Augustine, made another visit to Lake -Mr. and Mrs.M. Douglass family and royal ville. 31 r. DeYinne la one of the pro- DRY GOODS iIOUB :. been able to produce evidence, bothU. baa signed a contract with the proprietor .'it
of friends of Qaverford Pa. for a term of five more. Aa a hotel man,
Worth Wednesday to look after the party passed establishment 8. statistics. well aa the senate report
of the largest Job printing -
dredging now being done between Juno through here, Monday en route to of 1X1)7, pages 9 and 10, followed up he ia very popular, and the hotel proprietor ,
and Jupiter. Kookledge to spend a day or so. They In New York. The opening of a new store In Jack with practical fact In regard to this who secures his service la aure to .I:

were on board the Pullman car Ne kar. _!I r. C. C. Chllllngworth, of the law sonvUle of the above well-known firm' Important question.The meet with auooena. We trust be Iwlll "
1 -Mr. Arthur S.Halgh, of Cat Cay Mr. Douglass bought an orange firm of Chillingworth sit McKinley, Atlanta took place on Monday last, July 12th; verp fact that during the close season return next your to guide the affairs of i/;

J Bahamas, has gone to the home of' his From Hon. Robt. A. Hardee last winter, was In town a part of Wednesday and Cohen Uros'. have now the largest -June 15th tu Aug. ifitli\ -neither mullet the New Rockledge hotel on Indian HIv-. ,"t}

parents in Huddersfleld England, on a and he has been having a winter residence and Thursday. He bad been attendingto dry goods house In the State 7.o1llJ! square trout, sherpslieiid nor pompano er. '

'ouple of"month's visit. The ADVOCATE: erected on the ground.Cap't. law matters In connection with the feet of room being devoted to the modern spawn, makes the law a very offensive 'The Grand Rapids Evening Press says: .

J follows him to the Old Country. Gleason vs. Hunt case which baa been selling of dry goods I'atron will find one, If for nothing else because It makesthoMcltlzeos Arlington at I'otoakeyMichigan, 'fl"Tbe
M. O. Gilbert of the steamer and sales
Broome at Orlando the service there excellent aa eon ,
rip before Judge In fishing for a the of 1897
engaged Its doors for season
:JrTwo round-trip tickets by way of Solldad says his boat will soon be ready this week. Mr. Chllllngworth left for of bargains from time to time will be a realize that their interest la opened Its ; .
livelihood 1 and la dully prbvlng ,;
the fine, deep-draft Mallory steamers, for sea. lie Is now waiting for 'a few and from special feature of this .store It will b. July popularity .
Matabar.yesterdayafternoon, snobbish
motive .
for I set aside for some by the frequency of arrivals, to "t.\.'
sale cheap. Address, more plates to go on the top side and well worth our reader's time to give
there he goes to Went Palm Beach to remain the commercial value of tho fishing Industries the Innate satisfaction of Its Jenlalland.
"N. Y. ADVOCATE when these in place the Solidad will call when In J Jacksonville
care are probably, until Monday next. Cohen Bros'. a killed\ to please some Intereatbettei' Peck whose management
lord Harry .
Tttusville, Fla.Mr. be In shape to steam for the Bahamas., or write. Their business method are
this time.
not mentioned at bean nutrlcbd with enthusiasmand
Gilbert is a'1'8ry pleasant gentleman It Is orife of their fundamental baa ever
and Mrs. A. T. Feaster and family Capt. well known and Who. then can blame the fisherman kindly) care for the comfbrt of hla
| Mrs. Feaster' sister (Mrs. L. C. Can- and a thorough deep-sea sailor; he DIMITIES reduced 20c. to 12,; Organdies principles to sell wool for wool fur feeling{ inclined to disregard a law It la safe. to say that Mr. Peck Wguests. .."
hey, of Seville) left here, Monday for baa been pretty well around the world reduced 15c. to 14}. Gardner & and cotton for cotton. Only the very which he knows la absurd on its face- baa ever recognized the Napoleonic "'
Melbourne Beach td but of late years he has been sailing on Walker. lowest prices are cbarged; the qualities the fish 1\ chanceto much '
[ spend about ten to atop flshli.g to /give maxim that great ffeheral; owes .-
laya. Mr. Andrew Feaster started the South American coast. Anybody should are the best, and goods are willingly .exchanged < spawn, when the true fact la the to the efficiency of his lieutenants and e
the Bahamas
atrip to returned.
[ahead Saturday, In Mr. Feaster'a cat- anticipating find Accident or Suicide? or money spawning season ,was over before the he has not gone amiss In this Instance. Ji'or
to Capt. Gilbert, as they will goods by mall custom'
boat apply When ordering .._
ClytIe. \ bill WAM- r> chief olerk and cashier, he has .
him a competent sailor. era are strongly advised too er their :I am satisfied to place the' U. 8. Fish oured the rvlcea of Charles W. Gray, ."':" '
-Miss Marguerite Wlnkelurm, of Oakland Joseph A. Roberta; a carpenter who goods sent by express, the express company > ,'
before people the
Kansas report who filled\ the same position past
J. W. Merrill of City,
paid her home an unexpected vislon -Jr. for of the ADVOCATE responsible for Ion ex. "
bad been working one then being/ ; for it bears out what I said In at the Uockledge "
Plata ,
Saturday last. This amiable Mo., who owns a fine winter residenceat all to the winter season
young subscriber (Mr. A. S. Halfrh, formerly la prepaid on good
lost his lumberyard press zen while the senate was In ses Mr. Peck' Florida resort, and prior to ,
lady Is studying to become a nurse at stI.uke' Tropic recently big of ,Daytona, bat now of Cat Cay, amount of $"> and above. In making selections I .Ioo-tha' It wan cruel, vicious anti criminal that for ten connected with ;.
World waa
The Kansas City refers years
hospital Jacksonville, with her by fire. follows Despite Bahamas), recently left BImini In. a it la a good plan to make t Ant carelessness for. any one man or the Plant and' Florida East Coast railway "t, ,
mend, Miss Sam., of Courtenay. to the conflagration as : boat for Cat Cay, and, when near the and second choice, aa the goods ordered to a law on question of which '
determined men
the pass
the rain and systems.A ,
pouring overboard and the meantime been sold out. .
canal Roberta jumped have In "
-Mr. S. Snltonetall and his'charming efforts of the firemen the stock of drowned., He wag under the Influence may For thirty years Cohen Broa. have bald .they know absolutely nothing, and were __ __.__. __-____ _.._ _h .: to
young bride was seek advice from an .
returned Park not to
to'.A..on Merrill Lumber Co. Twentyfourth even willing )
the J, W. sank be- of the ladle and -
DeSoto of liquor at th. time, and the confidence by keepIng
the 10th like the U. 8. Fish! Commission;
Mr. authority
county, on .Inst almost
and Sumralt-eU. was
fore could render assistance. faith with them now, aa la the past, Fine Hotel for Hal .
Saltonetall has anyone the and
quite a large Interest In destroyed by fire Sunday night. I ? continuance of their and only for manly Just poaltlon

that section of the country Inr the way of Mr. Merrill estimates the lose at fully hope liberal to patronage.receive a By strict attentionto taken by the Hon. Judge Jones poverty Owner wishing";';retire, will.sell ,th* "If
pineapple plantation and Painful Accident. and misery would now prevail: but, .
Ue orange groves. $25,000: or .TO,000 but Chief Hale says A business, untiring energy to please oldest and beat known transient and "
Is also Intervention vicinity-
thanks to
of our
the Board of ,
president The
will reduce It to $19,000. andupright
the salvage liberal Ideas C. Small .
honest hotel In N.
Trade dealing, square witha family Asheville .
of blessed
the of others Is
above that equally BO-
ls believed '
place.REPAIRING origin of the fire Is not known.caused It either A. Capt. John Houston, of Esu'Gal- methods, and everlaeting.fforta successful season of flatting. cash payment. Central location and : h I.,

however that it was lie, was coming ashore from the steamer : to use their cash In such a manner aa to Yours truly valuable frontage. Apply to ...

ATCU done by Anthony by the careless handling of firecrackers St. Sebaatlan-which was lying at the' save those who trade with them money. GEt W., &:0811:. LOCK Box MS: f I j
Bros. or by tBmpa.Grapefruit. wharf he have to b* the leaden AshevllleN.C. If ""
West Palm Beach, Fla. TUnaviUe -Monday morning, Cohen Broa. grown :,,0:..
--- a slipped on the gang-plank and broke his In their line of business In the Stateof .5'l7"
Buds for Sale. left wrI.t. Dr. B. II..Wilson was Imme- Florida. Call and see their fine stock, For Sale. fi
Bones "Wanted. diately on the spot to set the broken or write them. As an advertising medium, na :

-- Five hundred grapefruit buds, one limb and do what be, possibly could
Save lour bones and send them to the : old $2O 100. Also budded or- relieve the sufferer who left for Eau FURNITURE, mattlngi shoes, ribbon, on East Coast; fine klcaUO J';,.mall capital ADVOOATK.' Givens a trial adxt.. ,'''',t.

acbonrille Fertilizer Co., South Jack year ang. tree., per R. A. nAJIDIU'':. Gallle shortly afterward, on board the millinery; window screen cloth, plain required. Address aocn," and be convinced of the pink ra?"> )t'f..

oovUle, Fla., Will pay cash for them. :I 8ebutlan. I'la. steamer $t. Augustine. and fancy. Gardner: Walker. : car ADVocAT,,T1I1QaTU1e11"1a. worth..v.r. ;

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I i, evil-disposed wood be the first to avail Lumber and Manufacturing Co.
?i \ a in them consciously iact- ency, their functions are modified, >mtl Michigan
7tvl Inclined to see of ower to.control oil .
H themselves
at the 62nd'step nearly 5 trillions pel r "
Ing beings. for their oun'Venefit' or for purpose MANUFACTURERS: OF'Cypress --
Can'tnl. floes correspooden second, the rays cease to be refracted, era
I your Theosophy
'.of ,th< reflected, or' prolonged, and traverse not beneficial to .humanity. Mill Stuff
l think "the mind la the product surprises for scientists, or Pine Lumber Sidings Flooring
brain" Ih these monads. The tbeonoph dense bodies as though they were trans! has particularly yet many physiologists,'but: the time -, \ ,

1 : 1* the compUlnt of loaf teaching that mind or capat, ai parent. F. T. S. Boxes and Crates,,"'Turning and Scroll
p' Packing Work
E. r ; that Professor is not yet. and Mouldings,
; i thousands at this 18&lIOn.'l'he7bavenoappetltlJ E at well as life or.tfiva, are universally>diffuse It Is I in these region Ceilings

m k i ; food r *) throughout each atom'of the
doeenotreUehTbeyneedthetoningnpo//' direct transmission .of thought: "It
attributes of divinity.
I being healthy and<
s the stomach and digestive! organs,,which Now, as to -"the medium or lima .of seems to me that in these ray we may Should keep should be given to List office.
i i 1 a course of Hood's Barsaparllla will give communication whlch 14 not definableor have a possible mode"transmitting in especial matter at this time. Health blood Telephone (old line) 485. Jacksonville Fla.

f ,them. It also purifies and enriches the 'at least not practical," let us note a telllgence) which, with a few reasonable pure, rich blood for when the 1 Is .

1 ll ,,l blood cores that distress after eating and few extracts from the address to theo: postulates may supply a key to mucl impure and Impoverished diseases of result-ar-- --
can to
misery only a dyspeptic lous kinds are almost certain
I ''I Internal Research by >lt< that Is obscure In psychical research Hood'sSarsap"rllla.
that for Psychical is.
overcome clety true blood purifier
appetite, one
know,creates an and,suet !ni president-Professor William Crooken, '. Let itbe|;; assumed that these rays, 01 By-its power to purify am
and builds up HARRY
1 tired feeling of. higher frequency, can past blood it boa proved' itself to MASON: CO.
even the
; t, the whole physical system. It so promptly p., 8., In January'last. Prof: Croofceaas rays vitlllze and the record -
and aot In some narveuecentre be the safeguard of health;
brain ,
scientistthe into
I and efficiently relieves dyspeptlosymp.toms Is well Renown, is a famous ; effected prove,
li + l.-, ) t and cures nervous headaches,that It demonstration of the fourth .or: ;there. Let it be conceived that that of it remarkable has wonderful cures power over disease.

( seems) to have almost "a magic touch," "radiant" condition of matter ,and tJie! the brain contains a centre ,which .usoi It actually and permanently cures whet H. MASON CO. Jobbers in! Fine ImportedW

i i i i conduct of atoms in a vacuum, art these rays, as the vocal cords uses sound all other preparations fail to do any;

among his achievements, and It 111.10 vibrations, bdth being under ommand good whatever. Bay Street, and
Liquors Cigars
and sends them out with JACKSONVILLE.LUTHT High
Hood'sSarsaparilla fact, to the so-called Crdokes' tube tt..ttbo of Intelligence, at Greenwich ,
latest disclosure of the nature and the velocity of light, to Impinge upon The Royal Observatory

t h< are due. A:t: the receiving ganglion pf another brain.In hat Vjus been 'enriched by the munlfi r ...
effect of the Roentgen rays ,Thompson with a Grade Whiskies Etc.VbiskleeImported
of Sir Henry .
at least of' the phenomena pence ,
world this some,
that the way
may en which is the most powerful initrument .
. the transmission telescope
i4 ; gY t' might have. had the Roentgen rays much i : of telepathy at present. xl ttng for the prosecutIon -+="' .

i p J theOne True Blood PuflOer. sooner, as the whole theory was given of intelligence from one sensitiveto research bjneans -and Domestic= Southern Belle:Rock and Rye,.....,........rrom It Jin per mv M
tF is the best-In tact of astronomical { ......... [ _
1. than another through long ,, seem ,blackberry, and peach and honey ; from tl R0n rr'
: are the bout after-dinner o'ut by Mdme Blaratsky rnore and of photography. Jlraodl.Dome"tlo..l.al'Ile! Holland I ,Old Toin, eto.peach.................i',..............................II....from f1.11O pel''!till
: f' aid digestion aso. but scientists then. to come within the domain of law, 41ns .. ,. .. .............. ... ...f remit.SO per!!till
Hood S PillS puts ; twenty years ago Catawba Muscatel Claret, eta., from.........., ... !
be ,
sensitive one Nines-Port Sherry "
were too busy pooh-poohing to Investi can be grasped. A .'may Whatever may be the cause of blanch ,e... ,.......... .........'...........,,,.:i................,.....frinVia.apKcSi'\
-.--. -- -- -- -- gate. who possesses the telepathis or receiving ijg, the gray hair may be restored to Its denied tarots-Flneet8ran, Beer..... ............ ..... .... .....,:.... ... ....'. ... ...:....;...,.......from*lao: per ao1'
Crookes considers. ganglion luau advanced state of devel color by the use of that potent B3TAll other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices.
Si Free end "With,,, Faraday >riglual Sicilian Hail and demijohns will\ be packed in boxes when so requested, without ear ]
( constant practice is Tendered Hall's Vegetable Jugs
that the atom must/be conceived, not aa opment, or by emedy '. ,ra cost: Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company will'

AcceptedIIkt'41\\" Masons a hard, Irreducible Infinitesimal mass more sensitive to these high- Xenewer. lot take liquor C. O. D. Send money with' order to save delay and trouble.

T ;! but as a "centre of power." lie says: frequency' waves. Experience _ms'to.how of the death of Send for Price; List, or call upon MASON & CO., '
and the transmitting The 100th anniversary 311 W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE.FLA.
r tk -- "This view of the constitution of matter that tho receiving Edmund Burke, which will occur on July 301, 307, 80D, .
li .i]f;' ,t Tltusvtlle would Deem to Involve necessarily the ganglion are not./while/ equally the other developed D l, I is to be approplately observed in BeaIonsfield -

'+ Indian ( conclusion that matter fills all space. In ; one may be active England,,,
I Fla.' ; Buckinghamshire, StateT
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I. : River Lodge, 4 l;, No. 00() that view matter !I.. not merely mutually like the pineal,eye In man, maybe only where he lived thirty years. KM in the
M such hypothesis no physical '
so'toiay a
penetrable, but) each atom extends, restlgal. + ,

i ; Holds\ It', mooting thn aeo.ind'and fourth Fri. throughout the whole .of the solar laws'are violated, neither Js it neo- -Tbe'ADVOCATE is still giving away, T

iyt, day uf etuiti miiiUU. at tIle Court house,Tltunvlfle system; yet always retaining its own sssary to invoke what is commonly. free, tobacco seed of the finest !grade. ,
at T::'M p. iii.ci with instructions for -
Master. centro of force-Faraday "On the na- sailed; the supernatural. Call and get some, e
t' A T. Feuster. Worajilpful) .
iy 1 the Theosophical pos- Ita cultivation. $150.00.
\ Warden., a'hlsls strictly ]
I 'Goo. W. Seoble, Senior/: ;pro\ of matter
"'. hail Junior Warden.B. therefore pictures tied, and Is the line of communication
R Prof., Crookes, Titus FOWLER, $100, $75.00.
II \Vllnon, Treasurer. both definable and practical.The (Remember the ADVOCATE
what he conceives as the constitution of which is kInds Giveis
1 J. Mendel, Boor'otarv.i wisdom a ille, does aU of job pointing. $85.00.
follows: "Centres of groat masters possess work. CLEVELAND, $100, :
Deacon. iptrltual beings! share of ] .
Senior a your -
i M. 8. Hums, vi- -.
i of the science of -
.1. A. Ilapperset.tey, Junior Deacon. ntellect, will, energy and power, mu- perfect knowledge ,, WESTFIELD, $75.00, $60.00.
I I I+ A. A. Stewart, T. II. Sanders,stewards. ually;. penetrable, while at the .same rations; their inheritance fr6m thousands FAITHFUL MEN OR t *c "' <

; B. A.'Geiger, ChaplaIn.. ;;time permeating what we call space; but of year of, careful experiment. WANTED to travel responsible ... P x4u. ,.. ..:;jVC.-:; ''. .. ;:
A.'FroHclier, Tyler. Individuality also havea complete knowledge of in Florida. Salary '1IIj\
ach centre retaining itsown They stabllshed house :
'1 1' persistence of self > and ,mentor] ." the parts of the,human body, through $780 and expenses. Position perraann't. B. F. MANIER, ,Jr.,
l self-addressed
'' Enclose
It Is In the subject bi Telepathy or.tbe which such or another set of vibrationsare.controlled Reference. The National, Star Jacksonville Fla.
envelope. ,
T1IEO8OPIIICAI4 IDEAS. from and directed. But this tamped .
transmission) of thought directly nsurance Bldg., ,Chicago. .,' -
one mind \\o rtnother, ,that Prof. Crookes knowledge Is only taught to pledged, rF'" With Freyer A Bradley Music. Co.IB .
In the Light'of the Latest connection with trained, and long-tried die
''l : ''Ia most interesting,:in carefully TATLOB.NEAR .
t1 ''a entitle Discoveries. :four valued correspondent's. "Imprac ciples. First, because a tyro would" Lax: NEAR. ERNEST ,

ad's TITVBVII.I.B }'L.\... July 12,1807EditorAdvocate cable line of communIcation; The table scl. probably secondly kill because himself humanity very promptly is not; & TAYLOR, o =: ,A. s 31: : TT :IL C: Sc 0 0 ,
enlist takes as his starting point a and ,
? : .1 i of vibrations in successive .steps, 1 be- yet unselfish enough to be trusted with ; (Successors,to> John McAllister.) ,DEALERS INEI1ne -

t I would like to,call the attention of I ginning with two for second "and doubling -. such formidable powers. The temptations : 'Wlaa.os: 4 xxd Ll.Qu.ors: : J

t 'i your correspondent, tho "Unconsclo at each step. He says: ,"Detwe to disuse It, as In the case.of hypo Artesian Well Contractors, 417, 410 W. Bay St.,

':4' Theosophlst" to a foW ,vecent'utteranc 'the 5th and 15th steps'viz: From 33 to notlsm, would be too great, perhaps, for *<
i rl \ of the*world's greatest scientists'' not by 32,000 vibrations per second 41os the! average humanity! to resist; and the EAU GALLIE. FLA.E. h.... r JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.

I. way,of argument, but apropos of his re- of sound\ audible to the buman t RICH WTTTKB create good, rich healthy
1. -, range 1 blood. Don' make the mistake of
cent articles. the air. Between the, wine because. It IB
( conveyed by F" BURST Treason buying sour poor
ear, M. tIDf !
Tweniy- ago Mdroe. II.w p. WINCUEIWJACH, Manager. s ? .cheap. It In not. It hag. a nasty (Unagreeable
v years 15th and 351ft steps, viz: From 32.000 .w .YjV effect upon tbe system while a
It :i Dlnvat ky-, among many startling ass< to a third of a billion vibration; .Iff tbe I-.. H good wine is really not expensive, andy
was no such WORKSIRON gives you that pulled-together, nelfBatlHfled -
that'there MACHINE
the ModJum FLORIDA
1 region of the electric- rays, y' feeling
t. thing as Inorganic, mn.ttorf tbat'evory being the ether *Between the S3th: and pjrWe Mountain make a Dew Specialty Corn Whiskey of North, three Carolina

atom in.the universe was a living entity, ignorant of the fur old, r gallon.
i 43th steps we are years
and oonsctou... and BRASS CASTINGS. Parties living In Dry Towns will do
with Intelligence the
i'' .1 endowed tlons of these vibrations. From well to order from ns as we can eave
suitable to Us planeof existent! them BO cent on all orders.Its' .
with vibrations frolll per
15th to the 60th & Accutately'DoiKIron
C s her own: au General Ropairmg ,Promptlv : "Always send money with order
asserted not
*. This she upon 35 billions to 1,675 billions per moon < "We will not open new accounts unions
thorlty, but upon that of the ancto; have the of heat and light ray.. Shafting Pulleys Rangers suitable Jacksonville reference Is given.
we range D, Town
In > No Oooils Rent C. O. to Dry
s; t wisdom which she had boon taughtthe with red at 450 and violet at 750 billion Building Columns, Stegj3 v- / ( .d\ 'f Agent; for IndlanopolU Brewing Co.,
In Stock. Ind.
and Boxes
I Bl rt fes Brewers and Bottlers,Indianapolis
Orient. Beyond
I To-day, with the most powerful 'ml- !this iv, narrow it is margin unknown of visibility.and almost unexplored Sash Weights and Orate 'flPBBsWr t-LO 'tlH O/ft./ Saw Mandrels of all SlzTelephone Hercules Malt Tonlo (2.28 per case; Clayton &,Hu sell WHO Cherry Brandy, tiM per case.

r cr'oscopes, scientists have failed to tlnd ; and the vibrations of the Roen Bars a Specialty. !7 Furnlshod.
the point where there is no life. Edison be found betwec
t a'' perhaps
gives it as his'''personal belter that: gen rays 68th may and Olst steps, viz: from a .
the MILLl5.
,,1 byi a certain S'D'G-.AEI.: A Fertilizer for Fruit. c'
i i t "atoms are possessed" Fourth of a billion to ten times that number 102. Office and Shops at End'of Viaduct in Riversld .'
of Intelligence. lea+
e second The known areas

1T The great; of surgeon bt. Petersburg and pathologls' who I., great per gaps among* them, and as the __JACKSONVILLE.. _, FLORIDA. .. ... ... .... ... .... .- "The Ideal 'Pineapple Fertilizer r;,'"
1 jt'' Dr. Plrogoff phenomena of the are presun
regarded almost as an embodiment ,ofI confronted at .per Ton..
ably continuous, we are MARx.* JOHN MARX. Xrice25.Oo:
European'learning. In posthumoi limitations of .ouerceptions'and GEORG
i I once with the narrow ANALYSIS ........
i memolres, devotes chapters > knowledge. rvJrJ.Rx B: <>S. Moleture.8 to 10 Per Cent.
lii l atom of a -
the'existence every
proving distinct "vital force," Independent 01 As tho ;vibrations increase in freqx Wholesale Dealers In- _. Ammonia. .. .. . :. ;. .. ,.k . .4% to 8 "'

ii chemical process; in thl! --.----- =>> Phosphoric Acid,6: to It" :
any physical or Groceries:: :: Fruit=: acid ::E ::rod."U.oe. Potash (Actual.i. ..'.. .. . .6 to 8 '" "

t 4 he agrees with Lleblg. POISONING TUB FOUNTAIN. 131 and 133 East OilY Street and 83 and illS Newn n Street, Made exclusively from Bright Cotton Seed Meal, Nitrate of Soda, Blood, Bone
The present professor of physiology If the foun- Uin of life i, Tta oi ; sorwilio: i' Florit: .A Dissolved Phosphate Fine Ground Tobacco Stems, and Sulphate pf Potash.
the University of Basle, says I "I mail toisoued at ,, its very source > JUT" Write for directions for using and further particulars; also ask for'
i tale that the more our experiments and here can be no health la 't : of "Economical Fertilizing for Fruit." We carry a large stock of all Fertill
of the body. : THE CIT1 copy
part i IN' before -
t observations are exact and manyslJoithe my When a woman has allY;; ONE OF TIlE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES zer Material, Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dust, Potash, etc. Write for prices
it Into foots; the llsease or weakness or buying.' We seek the growers trade direct.
deeper we tbe delicate special organ kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peat;
for all Fertilizer Co.
L and speculate on tho the fount We are headquarters WILSON & TOOMER ,
more we fathom Ism of her f v"sea, We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want
yr genuine.
of life the more we acquit in-head ofxlstence I her physics guaranteed be House of Florida,
phenomena is poisoned anc your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a triad and you will pleased. The Fertilizer

Si the conviction that ''even those phei abe cannot \ ":, be healthy la MARX $ OJ"HERS" JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Magnolia .. Jacksonville Fla.
It bad hoped to be already respect until this oni
i( omens that,we aay undamen- 1 tal trouble ii+. .
able to explain by physical and chemist cured. -

Y laws, are in reality unfathomable.. The Th family I

o are vastly more complicated, in fact; pby.iela'mey make' III,II\ Grocery.... THE PAINT STORE.
1 I
will Dot
and as we stand at present, they lb. very com- .
i a to mechanical explanation." ion error ofscribing i I Ir H. A. HENRY, Proprietor
yield; any afl the ] *
works of some German physiooglsts \- .' Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
'. The rouble to superclal II\
1' w I / are especially interesting/ with re- causes;ha may., II\\II i.. 4 ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS
; r rescribe for neuralla ,
.hard to eases of consolpusness and positive !- indigestion, inomniaorheadache- ***STAPLE AND FANCY,. GROCERIES. **

discrimination (one. Is almost to- ,
in the animal when these are merely ayrap.ma Write or call for-our Cash Price List, which will please you 711 PapersT
'fL dined to say thought) > of some deep-rooted -
n enlae. The VainpyrelU Splrogyla, for malady of the distinctly fern-' 100J Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

most simple elementar; line organs No. 235.;)
Instance, is a Any woman suffering from Telephone :
1 ,t cell, a portopa mlo. drop, formless, and iese delicate com. OutsIde Oold Water; a-iiit.
I taints may be completely
it showIn

I almost its structureless behavior something; yet for whirl tbe privacy cured of her right own in / W. B.: DAWSON I. E. ,BAIRD & CO.,

if they do not call It mini home (without recourse ,
a ) cxatninaona .
to mortifying FLA.I
?'* .' and power of reasoning, will have to< ana "local treat- .. Wholesale and>Retail IS 13 West! Bay A Laura Sta., JACKSONVILLE,

coin a now term. For see what Cion- lent") by Dr. plerce'a ,
avorite Prescription Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes. and Room Mouldings.,
of It: Examining the pore organism of
kowsky say It give health to the special -
rlnatlons of this bare, reddish cell under omanhood. It purifies all diseased con & H -
alone; gives elastic strength to the liga- LIQUOR T---
ho found it .
microscope, ,
a powerful Lents, and vitality to the nerve-centrea. It AW AND PLANPNO MILLS.Fnlatka JACKSONVILLE YARD
p'', when moved by hunger, first projecting romotea good digestion sound sleep and IT*. E. Bay ., Fo t ol catherl.:

'J its false feet by means of which iV It eedom It is the from only pain.medicine devised for this

V r crawls; then It commences movlnj Olle purpose by an educated skilled spe- I 19 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY,
i among groat'variety ot plants eiaUst> In this particular field of practice.
about, a I. the only medicine which insures pro
i I until it comes across one called Spirogyra >x-cti-K mother against the dangers andifleringa Fin'e' Old Liquors, Imported and Domestic Wines, Havana,, Manufacturers of :--
.. bursts it of motherhood
this It selects cell ,

sucks, on the contents and proceeds to .another book.Dr. "Plerce'a Tha People's thousand Common page Sen.illustrated MedIcal -. Mexican and Florida Cigars. -* Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. *

cell l, but will never teed on oy Adviacr" contains several chapters de90t.d ,

I other plant; others choose other plants. with advica to the and special suggestions physiology for of self woman treat-, FINE FANOY Gn.OOER.IESwmSKEYS : ; A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling siding, mouldings, shingl

This naturalist wrlUs I A meat paperbound which every copy woman sent absolutely.ought to fraa read o* from $3.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound GoodsPrice lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cyprlonldlngs '

I "The way of act of these monads during receipt of. *l one-cent stamp to pay fee List upon application Tour Jug Trade Solicited. of all patterns a specialty.
their search for and reception oj Ailing only j or.cloth-bonnd.: 31 aMdR. references. When at home write ns for prices when our way come and see ail *
; IIp
r food, Is so amazing that one li almost' .. Dr. ..v.Wrce, Buff. lo; N.Y. If you.wish to-open an account. you must give first-class city: .

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-professional Cards. SOIL FERTILITY. proverb which runs thus; III- SOCIETIES, ETC. Notieou .

== =: i There Is that soattereth and yet Incrcaseth. -
P- Successful '
WAI.T.B 8. OKA BAM. and there is that wlthholdeth INDIAN RIVER GUARDS.
,.ono. H. ROBWKS. DEFu.u.1t SPBINO FLA., In Circuit 7th Judicial! CIr W
d..GRAHAM, 'more than is meet, but it tendeth to pov- Drill at the Armory, over county jail, .every cult of Florida, llrevardCounty, A.: .D. >,
ROBBINS July 13, 1897. ruemlaf evening lu the "' ''"th..t 8 o'olwk.INDEPENDENT IIJH7.
,erty. > A.FSAerrnCaptaln
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, To maintain and Increase the fertilityof This suits the farmer of to-day Just as Anna Walker VS.. Sweet 1{ for Divorce. growers of fruits berries* '

prrIcB H011BS:-From 10 to 12 a. m., his soil ought to be the aim and objectof well as It ever did If not more so. ORDER GOOD TKMl'LAUS.: Charles 1>. Sweet 2111Rill and: all kinds of vegetables ;
and 2 to 4 p. m.TITUBVILLE appearlnR by the sworn bill of complaint i
every progressive farmer fruit grower 'C. K. MCQUARRIE. : TltnsviUe Lodge No. 17 bests every Tnesriav IT In the above tianxe, that the residence of the know that the largest yields and *
Brevard Co., Florida. and trucker In the land and the best evening. 7:30 In rrwtbvterlan church. Publle dnrendant as last known was In New Ur- .N
108' way I mooting drat Tuesday In each month. le ins, I..., but that hi. whereabouts at prvsent. best quality
.o.Box In all the oour tate and fed to do this must be governed by the many KEEPING THE'1IOUSK COOL C, A. OARONKR.: Q. W. SCOUIK, are unknown tn complainant, and thus there, Is are produced by "1..
Will practice surroundings and circumstances of Beo't. C.T. no Demon In the State oL Florida stirvloe nf a the: liberal use of fertilizers !
every subpoena upon whom world bind said defeml- ..
"gJMXtlal for examining and perfecting '
land titles.G facilities. Individual soil owner. It has been said, By a Little Care Intense' Sum- 81 ant years, and,that It Is the therefore-ordered defendant Is over.that the the age defendant ot. I containing; at least 10% .of .,.

: ; ,. Agriculture is a science as well'as an art. CHURCHES. the said Charles I>. do appear at '

- CARY-ELWES The science part of It lies In the know- mer Heat Modified.can be Greatly the Clerks SECOND office DAY on or OF before AUGUST ht. 1MT I Actual Potash. :::

ledge of the why and wherefore of plant EPISCOPAL CHCRCH.Stryloea the same being Rule Day. to lead answer or

NOTARY PUBLIC, growth. The art part of It consists In "How best to keep the house cool In the Iud and tth Sundays In each lemns to the bill ot complaint filed herein.
STATE AT LARGE. month at II .. m.and I too p.m. Bundaytschool And 11 Is further ordered that this notice be Without the liberal use of Potash
the know-how to cultivate the soil and summer Is a grave problem, writes Mrs.S. every Sunda' at 9::3O .. m. Evening. prayer at published In the IHWAM' Riv. .""CM''T., anewspaper '
Typewriting taxes: paid for nonresident I p. m. on WOlu.adsys. Litany servloeevsry published In Tltusvllle llrevardOMtnty. on. sandy soils it is impossible ;..
rents and account*' collected get the most out of It to the best advantage T. Rorer In' the July Ladles' Home r iday at 10 a. m. \ Florida once a week for sight oonsecii- .

etc.. etc.*, Correspondence x>llcl ted.Tltusvllle .. and ,at least expense but at the Journal. "During the hot months the RBV. B. r. BBOWW ,Rotor live Witness weeks prior the Honcnble to the lad day John of Anettst D. Hrooroe next., to,crow fruits,, berries and

Florida. same time maintaining and even improving house Is much more livable If artificial Judge of said conn,and the seal of said court, vegetables quality that will ';

the fertility of the soil In band. One heat can be cut down to the minimum.Use PRESBYTERIAN: CHURCH. at[H07.TitusvUle, florid, this let day of June, A D command the best f,
very Sabbath at It m.an.l 7JOp.ro. prices.
W... SCOTT. GOKDON R. BROOKE. often wonders why agriculture as a the stove early In the morning pre- Snaday, : school. at 9 45 a. m., Chas. Ganfner, [L. S. ] A., A. STEWART, Alt about rVKMh-iha.....uh.nr hi aw by actual.- #

4 BROOME science Is progressing so slowly, but the pare certain foods that will keep well, at 8if*:80.Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening im4-Julj9) Clerk Circuit Court prire. .nl o* lh. "bnl f.rtn. In the Untied ta.e-4a; 1'1
SCOTT and avoid the necessity of a big tire dun teed our..n ,0.... -am cordially la"ILed0 at- : teM 'In a llnle book whk h we nubllnh and will.ladly
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW lack of knowledge, of sciences, which lug the rest of the day. Bare'floors are H. M. GOODKI.L, Pastor. mad...,teeny farmer In A.,.nc*who will writ "'-It. ':\
seems as side Issues for the farmer Is to very much more pleasant In summer -We have justtreoeived another supply GKRMAJ4 KALI WORKS, < l

(over Bank), blame for this; the most of these side than straw matting;, although the latterIs BAPTIST CHURCH. of very tine grades of tobacco seed, n NWWMI St.,New York. 4 ,
I which will be given away to any person '4
Miami Florida. matters are of recent origin so to speak. preferable can command to carpets a water or rugs.supply Whereone the Preaching every second and fourth Sundays, who will plant It on the East Coast. Callor '
Take the chemical science for Instance morning and evening.. Prayer Meeting every send stamped-addressed envelope for NATIONAL --
house Is measurably cooled by reducing Wednesday evening. at 7:00 o'clock. Sunday .
TiTtNOR S. JONES,. and until a few years ago It was never the temperature of the pavement>> and School every Sunday at 8tlI.. some to the ADVOCATE office. HomeSeekersREAL

considered as having anything at all to grounds around by copious sprinklings.A !Oak n1fl HU1V lK? Sunday All l are atLaOrange cordially invited; Secoudllnnley so attend.B. .

do with and It was the goodly stream of new air should be s
allowed to sweep through the. entire .
most powerful factor known as a' helpto HODGES 4
TITUSVILLE, BREVARD CO., FLA. house morning and evening. The hot GODFREY i
,agriculture In enabling the farmer to air of mid-day will condense quickly on METHODIST CHURCH. J'

County Judge Brevard County. know the various effects of various combinations cold walls and cause mould or dampness.conseql1en'ly Regular services eVery first, third and fourth Manufacturers of Exchanging' Property for Property ft- .1
Sundays at H a. m. and zero ''
p m. Sunday
it should not be allowed to {
of plant food on the respective Holioof every Sunday at 10:..0 a, m. Kpworth Specialty. Send Description of what
enter any portion of the house. All the i League each Sunday at II:3O p. m. Prayer meetIng Yellow Pine
Lumber have and what
TIT D. L. DODSON crops under consideration. If we are to rooms In the house should be kept scrupulously every Thursday night at Tie: |>, m. The you you want ))1''
be successful In any line of business we clean and neat. Ladles Aid Soolety meets every Wednesday : i
at 11:00: p. in. Everybody weluoma at our church [MALABAR River, '" ;
DENTIST. must study it thoroughly; this holds as "II the outside temperature lit not appreciably ..rvlo_ ROUGH A DRESSED \., '

true of agricultural pursuits as of any lower at night than during the A. ,W. J. BEST Paiitor. Or.na.'Do. reads, C. C. CARROLL!
day iii III almost Impossible to keep suffio- 'i
Office over poatofflce.TrrusviLLK other business. Farmers are far too con- lently comfortable to obtain necessary I Fruit Vegetable Crates. Ural Estate Agent. '.'
servative and slow to take hold of any rest. The slee lIDg-r() ms may be cooled : CATHOLIC CHURCH.: Lumber delivered at any part of Indian River "

'- 'FLORIDA. new ideas hence the reason of the hard by placing In the centre of each a tub .Services at 10 a. m. every In on through building; ;: 'bill on of the lading.East Coast Anyone, would contemplating do'well to % IO. Choice .
two-thirds full of cool ice Church building, North TltusvlUe. Chllolren'l .
or better for prltivs. The Hawmlll Is situated on the
times; the most of them are experiment absorb oateoMsm at 3 p. m. J. T. A K. W. Wines Liquors :
water. This will the heat of the Hy.,miles south of Palatka.
D. 'L. GAULDEN,. tag and the study of the Increasing of room In a few hours' and will be found\ R v.J.la O'BOVLB,Rector. Satsuma Jllllat,!,Putnam CO.,Fla.ROYALDTANSY and Cigars. ,i

the fertility of his soil don't trouble him particularly helpful where there are Guaranteed
children. If the heat continues during
much as a rule. The experiment stations MOTUCUFAJL.

Will practice In all the Courts of the State of the various states are working hard the night the changing of the water will V Sofd at reduced '..
of Florida,and the United States Courts. preserve an even temperature In the prices .
P.O' Box,238.: T1TU8VILLE FLA. and earnestly to help the farmers in every room. Air your cellars at night when It TOWN COUNCIL. PILLS '

Honey to Loan. 18 possible way by Instructing them along Is possible. Close them at nine In< the R.r. Hall, mayor: R. Smithmarshal'; J.A. ... IaxvrRPAIta ImportedTuhar ',c ,
I morning and they will be cool and dry Harpereette.tax nolleouw (l. Cary-Klwes,clerk .: safe reli.f ......... Win,
the different lines of crop growing Im- '; J. M. 01"011.V.. It. Geo. painful. from Italy.
the entire summer. Exceptions: to this W. Sooble, R. O. Scrimgeour, Thus.Knox'L. >M<|kVor.r S"OU*
CAMPBELL, proving their soil, telling the best oounollmen. The oounnll cud:: : th.tp.p. I/w ;!
POPE rule are on windy days as the rapid meets second fCWDIIICJOYC.} ImltatlwiN Jtatne "J
of fertilizers to use, and In every possible : motion of the'alr does not allow conden fourth Mondays In each uonth. ...i..air boi SI.* S.nl John B. Tpgni
way trying to help them. North sations. Keep the cellar perfectly clean 1.."pp. r._" "isvnd L- u I Metropolitan Saloon 121 East Bay St.,
and cool. COUNTY OmCERS. NM pP lW
Carolina Experimental Farm at Southern ... O\pbyy)
Pines In that State. Their mode of .- SCHOOL BOARD.J. Sold by J. B. Soroven, only. '!
Jacksonville Florida. that farm Is to give an Wlsoraen know It Is folly, to build on a sort lletall..._ .,
proceedure on .
foundation. Relief obtained by a IInow,18nt TltusvlUe: A. L. Hatch. CRy
object lesson to the farmers of 'the state poor Point 11>. E. Miller, Malabar.

GEORGE W. ALLE! ; of what can be done by Judicious and deadening symptoms cures and Is short.gives Hood'sSarsaparilla lasting COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.W. WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS.on. .

systematic fertilizers. The land on that health. '
H. Sharpe 8ha rj>,., chairman t Joseph .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, farm is of the poorest quality (at least It Mendel IjtUrange: J. R. Walker 'Itllo,11' /u 1 Cheap Excursion Rates, Via ",'
Jno. Houston, Run: Iallle; R. I>. lloke,Jensen! F K R 2.
In Its virgin state but the manipulation Hood's Pills cure nausea sick headache /
was so ) ,
Key West Florida. Regular.sessions are held Drat Monday In each '''{
of the various combinations of indigestion, billlousneas. All druggists month ,
Will practice .In','the United States 25 cents. iI
and State Courts. 9jun05 nitrogen phosphoric acid, etc. conclusively The Plant System. In .DAY. Ie"oAY. >D ,,
that where little science COUNTY OFFICIALS. oldiit l
In the year 1888 the consumption of !j.'
Is applied to agriculture the results are Minor R.Jones, Tltnsvllle county lodge| D. acts powerfully and qnlrSry. euros when all
iron Inhabitant For Great Brit;, L. Oaulden, TltusvlUe Nashville Tonn. account Tennessee nuinhootti Aid
TT\R. F. n. HOUGHTON; per was: prosecuting attortieyi; To fliers fsfl. Young men renal Mat
astonishing; this experimental farm A.A.8tewart'CltunlIe. clerk circuit court: J. Centennial l ticket sold from all >uenrenoTeryoutUful wor. Aa olu< ly lunrtkut "
ain, 400 pounds; Belgium 810; United F. Wootun, Ciwoa: tax asNeHsor; K. W. Hall, ; *4 t.C Tur. nervottenece, EjOeS Vltiftllly, '.
work shows conclusively: what I have all States 200 2M Sweden 170 BhariHM, tax collector; A.T. Feaster Tlcusvllle, points In Florid, via the Plant System Cmvoteney* aIIl..a1.m.ryWa.tlnw! ver, J,
; Germany ; ; olthnr sew, If Isle.
DENTIST. -' along advocated that the farming class treasurer J. II. Hums, Courienay suuerlnt .d- M follows: Rates. from Jacksonville an..., and a'i tfrrtl nf Hlf a France 112; Austria 45; Spain,3T;Italy, Inntructlon( J. O. Fries Orlando, For tickets sold dally on and after 'Aprid28th .n41.rreeea. Wnrds off Insanltr eoniiuniptloii 1
does not use near enough of potash saltsIn surveyor)J.P.Brown TltusvlUe, sheriff 00u1lal dnt uGUnpuee a ? ,'. Sullatirte or ,
22; and Russia only 10 pounds.At until Oct. 19th Inclusive .fl4.UO: ( you be Daytona ., Florida. their farming operations. 'It Is a curious .. round-trip, limited, until. Oct. lAth. Inii i'BKriCK'S) Netilvlttu i. or snnil for It. "
-- ---- -- ---- Can D.osrrls rtveetpnok. repadjhalawrep
fact that all our fertilizer manufacturers Tickets sold dally on and after April per. I per box. or for sfil, with A Y..tt la.1.51re'g15 ,:,,:
present the ADVOCATE Is the AGENTS-$25 to $:;0 per week easy 20th until 00$. nth Inclusive 417.00, I'rltten *ara>Bte to" "Care* "or H rnit4 .
T O. C. E. that pretend to cater to the far- fug its. AddriMt
FRIES largest all-home-print weekly newspaper You work right around borne A brand limit twenty days. from Into of _Ie. MtDIUAs a.' V5I! 111.
1. YOR.p mers' wants will not use enough of printed at any town along the East Coast new thing. Write to us quick I You Tickets. sold Tuesdays.) and Thursdaysof
COUNTY SURV>; Florida between- Jacksonville and will be surprised at how easily it can be Sold by J. B. Bcroven, only.
these potash 'salts to give a properly ol each week April UOth:! to Oct. 211th(> I fl(
food. Key West. done. Send us your address, anyway- Inclusive $12,80: round-trip limited ten -
Land and subdivided.Mapping balanced ration In the way of plant a
legally surveyed It will be to your interest to Investigate. .
days from date of sale Dally for military eo VIAMC*
Take the analysis of almost any crop on ,',
neatly done. Estimates for machine all the Write to-day. Address "People's, companies ROIl bands until Oct. /XPIMIBNOB.TRAOI .
the farm and the ratio f t the plant, ;ash To clean a sewing cover 8041 Market !St.: Philadelphia, Pa. 2fth! 4UU.80 round-trip limit ton lays. \

all kinds of engineering works. Disputed of phosphoric and potash Is as one to bearings with kerosene, run the machine The Plant System operates double dally !

lines a specialty. three* The fertilizer manufacturer ex- rapidly a few minutes, then with a soft DEED blanks lOc. each; $3.00 per 100 at trains auil.is. absolutely the only through i' ,

actly reverses this and makes it the other cloth remove all the kerosene and apply the ADVOCATE ol1lce.WANTEDFAITUFUL. car line via )Montgomery and Atlanta on IIi
Trrusvn-iB BrevardCo. FLORIDA.
quick and reliable schedules.
machine oil. '
way as a general .rule, that Is, three To Nashville, Term. account Seventh

phosphoric acid to one' of potash. On MEN OR Annual Iteunlon Conleierato) ; Veterans MAMKeVOOPYMIOHTS ::1.If
vVEt31t0C1-A. :l\Itan.: this farm the usual! quantity of potashhas A new method of stopping hiccoughis responsible June 22nd: to 24th tickets sold June D.: a.., A
established house In Florida 20th() and 21st rate from Jacksonville .
and said to have been accidently discovered Salary loll .e. 1Aeynee
In every section at once to sell staple even been doubled in many cases in a French hospital. It consists In 780 and expenses' Position permanent. $12.80,11mit ten days from date of ... ......" sndoeeirlptlon mareulosly ;.>

goods to dealers; no peddling; experience always to an advantage. Here then Is the out of the mouth Reference. Enclose self-addressed sale. An extension ot ten days can be prrii. _""'.m..r:..,
unnecessary; best side line. $75.00 a the secret of maintaining the fertility of thrusting tongue stamped envelope. The National, Star secured by depositing return ticket with ,.IIdAotiU.L O'Wb'; R aveoULi *oe leeMrlng"" ,..... /;
short time. A.......... W..hll..D offlee.sunn !
and It thus for a
month. Salary and expenses or large the soil using the proper kind of fertilizers holding Insurance Bldg., Chicago. Jan2U,97 joint agent at Nashville not later than PaMnt taken {b otul4 *Co reeelve ':
commission made. Address with 2 cent ..kMaster's June 2itth.! Double dally trains with eelal Bailee In the80IENTIFIO 1
the In such a
stamp for seated particulars Clifton Soap and' rotating crops through oars via Plant SystemTo AMERICAN, g,

and Manufacturing Company Cincinnati way that when a crop is harvested It Hale. Chattanooga: Tnnn., International ....tltull' Itawsstd. ,...... "I"tII"te08 nl '/ '

Ohio. leaves the soil richer than when; It got; It. DO YOU WANT SOMETHING Convention O. Y. :I'. U., tickets sold July f!.JIO'.ell....o&IS.man .h....,.....Mpentmeil...ItI.NAJ'upl..and'"U4J1D,ssr, "k'j'j'f

This is wide subject and deserves treat- and by virtue of a decree of fore 13th to l$tlt. Inclusive one fare for uK OH fATum sent ,_ Address "t//
UNDER, and sale Issued out of the Circuit round-trip from all points via Plant MUNN aCO.. i
No Cure-No Pay ment at the hands of abler men lies than In the I GOOD AND CHEAP 1An ? cause, Court therein.of llrevard pending' county, wherein Fla.Aaron In certain A. IMUranw System. From Jacksonville $11.00; limited :ill B......... Mew Yerh. 't.
of it
That is the all sellGrove's am, but the key note Is complainant and H. I*. Wills and Jon- to July 21st. An extension of return .vl!
way druggists management of crops: succeeding each ,,I. Wills, his wife, and Ida H. Grnber and her limit to August 15th can be obtained .
Tasteless Chill Tonlo for chills abstract showing perfect title will husband Edward" tmber,are defen.lnt.i| I will ticket with \
and malaria. It Is simply Iron and qui- other that; will leave the soil In a good be furnished to each purchaser of any ...1I.a public auction In front of the court Puma by depositing 10th.agentat ; &MtJjg e ..'

nine In a tasteless form. Children loveit. mechanical condition In no way can this of the following lands Brevard county: door hours at of sale Tltusvllle on the, Florida, during the legal For Chattanooga further Information prior to July: addressIt. 4 \

Adults prefer it to bitter nauseating be done easier and better than by green Right front on the north side of Main SECOND!: DAY OF .AUOU8T.'I8I11, L. TODD C.,lf. HOWARD TENI lee
tonics. '
Price 60o. and by street TltusvlUe. Riparian rights ex- In said month, to the Dlv. 1' .. ,City Pass. +
manuring for nitrogenous matter being the ft rut Monday "" Agt., Agt., '
tend to the channel and the City Wharf aNAlS ir IHI | JMIM.I ,
highest' and l heat bidder for c..h. the following Ticket
O. W. Park hill City
applying minerals for phosphoric acid extends along the lot on tile south side. dmorllwd real estate All that tract "' I-and Jacksonville, lEALS SE/U.tBn'AS/ *
-The Walton Calkln'gMachlne. southern soils where the There Is a large warehouse on the lot at lying and Iwlng In the Town of Tltnsvllle Hre- Fla.
Rapid In our }
potash. card county, .'Iorhl...,described as follows Lot F. M. Jolly Dlv. Pass Agt., Tampa
No. one, $5; No. twos $10; No.' three,f 15 upper soil is thin and the sub-soil of a the bulkhead of the City Wharf which (map theyTown. ( ) .' uvlllec"....n on the I(. O. Ilaycraft, T. 1'. A. BIGGESTVIM'iNTHESfltfTA tlweans.
Fla. goes; with the property, and ],OUI) feet of of T made by J. TEL A ywtup 'j
sandy nature, the only real solution to rentable property along the city landing. Vranela LeHuron, now on tile In the Dittos of the ue ...t

" the! question Is keeping the soil well sup Price of property Including warehouse state clerkef or the so much Circuit: thereof Court as of may said lie county sufficient' and to ,wamr.,, .rs ,,'

\17ANTED-FAITHFUL MEN OR plied with humus, this humus may not $2,000. reads the amount due the complainant' principal "
and costs of stilt.GEO. '"
V V women to travel for responsible of Itself be of much value as a direct Interest M. ROlJIlIN'8.Ja s
established house in Florida. Salary land In the t
half of
.. fertilizer but It acts in it satisfactory way Four and a acres Special Master.Notice. Magazine "OUTDOORS." ) '
80 and expenses.: Position permanent southeast quarter of southeast quarter -Jul30 All reviewed In the new snorting 1 )1,4,
Reference. Enclose self-addressed by absorbing the potash applied and of section 2O, township 21, south range FISHING Invaluable to the salt water fisherman, the fresh (water fisherman -

stamped envelope The National Star ,giving it off to the plant as wanted. Humus 85 east, at Mimi station, on the J'L T. A the grouse quail snipe woodcock and bare shooter the ,'/":

insurance Bldg., Chicago. has been compared to a sponge K. W. R'v, four miles north of TltusvlUe. bayblrd and wild fowl gunner the big game bunter.the Price touristwheelman lOcts. ?:;

fOluntil It This Is In the western part,of the In Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit photographer/ boatman and naturalist. /
holding; the necessary plant : Turnbull ,hammock, and has been all of Florida In and for Urevard Subscription It.Oi] per year '

Is wanted by the crop on the land. Another cleared ready to be set to orange trees County, 18W7. s&RTS New York Outdoors Publishing Co., 1379: Broadway. ::1

great drawback to the fertility of 1'rlce f.50.( B. J. rielrl t a

the soil is, that the farmer Is, fill a rule, O.J. Hardee Vlt., et.. aL J) Foreclosure Mortgage.ft .of ht

too stingy.in the use of fertilizers. They The southeast quarter of the northwest appearing 'by the sworn amendment t<> the :
Leading dealerseverywhere plantingtime quarter of section 18, township :21, j bill of complaint In the above that the '
wait until it Is too near c.-J it.
also :
defendants, Wells
south 35 east; 40 acres. One-half rMlihmna of the Traveling. .j;
sell'RRY'S before they apply them. I have always of this range i* excellent) hammock land and of and Boston frank, M.Massacliiiiietta Wells, her husliand.,and there Is In I*the no City person .

got the best results from potash the other half Is muck land. It is situated 'In the State or florlil. ..,.,..,. nf a sub

: SEE S fertilizing applied months before plant- Mlms within station thrwa-qaarters and four miles of a north mile of of and that the 'dufan.lantmSaam'mer ....age. ."of'J 'I'I'1Mno. Anl.Point- West or Northwestd ttGtio

The farmer need not be afraid of twenty-on It I* therefore ordered that --
pony M.k th.tew.f flee,labee ad arose Ing. Tltusvllle. A very desirable property. the defendant. Jolla C. Well and Frank M. '1
klpfabtla.e dwf sk.a..raved it leaching off In the soil, It won't do Road passes through the property to the Well, her husband, to appear at the Clerk's. V"J.a: Atiantelt. 'tC :
tr...wlubl..daIaev Te. m.rtatfa sal Or OhMp ItIGIwasnew it will assimilate Itself with the station. Price 9200.OX :! office at TltusriUe Florida, on or before the I
that DAY OF AUGUST,IHtft, Cexites .ialw ;w :
th. tde.oseewpaeN for business when It Is SECOND N'a lZVille .: ;
w W ta.N.a..d Aa al f ace. oil and be ready the same belnif Role Day to plead answer or
0. r. PIRRY alt Co.. should study TUB ST. LUCIK BIVKK. amended filed
called for. All farmers demur to the bill of complaint a* Tour Ticket via
Detroit, Mloh. therelni. And ltds further ordered that this Buy
these matters thoroughly for therein lies Lot 4, section 32, township 37, south notice be published In the IKDIAK RIVB ADVOCATS : "

their salvation, the laws that regulatethe range 41 east, containing 77 acres. This ;, a newspaper published In said county r.rXFTON ROUTE :
conMeutlv weeks, ,
once week for four priorto
of mile front the
has on
be- tract a quarter a 16.1
of sunshine and are the let Monday of A a""a" t.Wltneas.
supply St. Loci. River, and lies a few hundred the Honorable John D. Bmrane, Double Dally Through Trains. All correspondent
yond his control but all other, conditions feet weal of where the Florida East Jedn" of aid court and the seal. of said engirt promptly answered and sleeping car 'f1!!
Tftoavllle Yknhia i ,this Is*day of July,ISM.L. .
soil certainly at ,
fertile are crosses the river. It has a
YOUR FORTUNE essential to a Coa.tlt'y STEWART: berths reserved Will be glad to meet passengers or ;
A. ,
1 0.., and It Is his duty to nice front and is excellent pineapple [ S-t 324 West j; :
k" Your....... at command Clerk Court. at depot In Jacksonville or miroffice,
fH.",* ... a.. TIIi.... e&rTnVKrfuSF2SBJTWr ) and land. Price 9SI& per acre. We will not Jnhvas CJrmlt street Un .
me a
them a Judicious Bay "Drop
himself of by
avail a
cvfsiIIDi!: \Ese}a' l".rr.t; l.TAIRS. cat this lot. sltiha. .;
bountiful Providence WALTER HAWKINS :
of what a b
.;!j.t..e.A11'w Yb4 use Apply or write to the /' Wanted-An Idea = Pas. Agt.,
Thr".I Solomon 1ZYCQ
.; _. ..... ., has Old man salsa to ;
a << thousand BOBBINS A tfRAHAM CO. Fr._ west IdJ .51L ..P1 .........7- ........ J. C.. IIAILE. O. P. A. Jacksonville : ,
Zstfftt&kSK. : hit the nail on the head three ...... : :; l- i.cW.p 8aY&nDaht 0.... y
"/" =*" n *t r ftm*mtmt sew .. sy to the trwo'r.O1'itcerr .
"r."tsTe ee"':nWaaaaSyfcsTa: years ago when he gave utterance Tltnsvllle,.Fla. aa 11 i19 -J: :'

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r, ,r7 //ADVOCATE. + l>nufBciently without adding fresh women, in these bard times, are notary. public was examined and .approved -

material to an'already overwhelming too expensive 'a luxury-hence; the On motion by the,Board.the bid Of Wm. M. Givento & SimmerGoodj
TO T.a .TBt- mass of useless legislation. It thousands'of widowers and bach make a complete set of maps, with all

ill 'f'. Pan swan IlAKB i iB almost'acems as If our worthy>g. elora you may now find within the .ubdivlslonsup to date, for $485, was 4

," .w.-._ | BATSBOTIOH. islators made laws simply "to be a borders of these United.States and accepted.Bond .
\ of J. O.'Fries for notary public,
I', -- : loin'." Great Britain. was examined: and approved by the To Storekeepers Only :... ... ..
,H I I motion, It was ordered that .the
i *L ., Ou 4.. R.'WALTOXAEdItordsrropiiytoy.. (t THE PINEAPPLE CROP Best Ink county treasurer credit the General We now bave a Complete Stock of -the above-named
\ for $30; for
l 14 6.i 6.. --- Fund out of the Road Fund .
Black or red, one pint, postpaid, 10 warrant; 2703 which was paid out of the Prices. "
MBMBIMt OF 1l J The value of organization and O ntJ'. W. P. UWDBHWOOD, General Fund when the same ,ought to Gocds, at Low ,

i (.r:; TnEJTLOKIDA PllESS ASSOCIATION,; efficient management is very plainly "Koseland Fla.. have been issued on the Road Fund. I Mosquito Nets, on frames and In the piece, fine meshes; Sand-fly netting

IT f' '.AFFJLIATBD WITH THB shown by the work that has I The county treasurer having made his Screen cloth: Cotton Crashes for Suits? Straw hats; Wash Cottonaden; Summer
been accomplished by the Indian. quarterly report for the quarter ending Lawns; Wash Rood; White goods, Ducks," etc. We, keep everything usually u

,.. '. .' National dllorial'Associativri. River fe; Ltke Worth Pineapple I IGro DREV U COUNTY COMMISSIONKK8 the June Fine 30tb,and also Forfeiture his monthly fund report for the on demand; are prompt motto.In shipments and. aim to give best value for the money.)

Il i :. wers' association. Better prices PROCEEDINGS. month of June, the same was examinedand Liberal dealings our
be mada ,
/1.; aona.llyattl\lllo Wsamtinuancemf.advts.nut' ...r by; writing. per- improved methods of shipping, and approved by the Board.' J. R. Walk. BENEDICT,. POLLAK & CO.,.

,Innumerable other advantages have The Board of County Commissioner er and J. N. Waller were .appointed a 32..34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla
burn the warrants turned
committee to
f' ., been the result of the work of this met last week pursuant to adJoua'nment.Pre .
I;; ; Chouk,etc.,may be made payabla CUAKLBHH. ent.W. H. Sharpe, chairman; J. over by the treasurer as per schedule. s
:};. WALTOxpuhlishee. and proprietor.. association which handles nearly Mendel, J. M. Waller: J. Walker; A. A. The committee reporting having performed =
',' ,p'\1? "Ir 90 per cent of the East Coast crop Stewart<< clerk; J. P. Drown, sheriff. their duties asked to be discharged P. E. McMURRAY Carriage and

'''M""f! Atlilreiii, all toItr' which,manager Porch places this The following business was transacted, which was accordingly done.
; comintinbcajtnni '" '
' to-wlt: a Permit granted to J. M. Hunter to
about standard &
:/ at 250,000 : Wagon
I y'l,. INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, year The minutes of the last meeting were carry a Winchester repeating rifle.
I' w! crates, or about twice as much as .
read and confirmed. v' his
The County Judge having BAKER
I i ,, ,, ____ c _,_,. __TITO(1VH.J.B .FLOttfAA.:... the crop of1894.. When we consider 'On motion.. Win. II. Sharpe was nomInated monthly report for licenses issued, was Materials.
I "'t '; that two years ''and a half and elected chairman of the examined and approved by the Board. Dealers in '-L

f this industry was practically Board.' Bond Murray E. Hall for
ago by
SnwATon: MATT "QDAY posl On motion the of C. P. presented
' h l,, tlvely'announced that he will be a wiped out by the freeze this record well J. T/ ,Flood report and S. L. Jeffordc Honey-, to notary public, was examined and approved Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts, etc., etc.

,''': .. candidate to succeed himself In,the well-nigh reaches the'miracu mark, view and lay out a road from Indian On motion by the Board.it was ordered that. H. Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
States'senate' The bus and proves conclusively thatno River to the Atlantic Ocean, was ,
" /;/ United 'rumors Bowman be stricken from the pauper
.. of cold be of accepted, and notices ordered to be post
..;: circulated to the effect that he.W88 amount qan: any ed according to law. list.Bond '
, hurt the East Coast of T. J. Cockshutt for notary The NewSelden
! 'J! going to retire from polities are lasting to of On motion, the report of M. C. Salmon examined and approved by r .
i. !(q/ thus .rqoleted-for a time, at least. Florida. and W. Owens has been received and public Board.was '
d 1\\\\>. ri, Another advantage that is to be laid over for further action; and that the
books for the 1897 were
/;" The tax year
rr:1: gained by shipping through the said report be referred to Commissioners by the. assessor for equalization Door
Tax date-palm fence as suggested of District No. 3, to see if the Cypress Company
,, :: by -"Ilortl,". In last 'week's association is that a complete same cannot be located on more proper ; the same were thoroughly exam- ,
fJ'1. ', record is kept of all the fruit pass ground. ined and all assessments equalized by the
Issue of the ADVIWATE, is a good Board.
:,,,1, ing through the hands of the manager Petition presented by M. B. Metzgor, p'IIL..A.: :
f\t' bills audited and :I?ALATKA:
The were
,I idea, and if, as he claims, it will :and item connected ,.C a/., for a public road, to-run as follows following; ,
;('r turn a razor-buck hog, itis certainly every : To commence where what is ordered to be paid: Opened October 1st; 1800, turned the steam on to
with each Is J. P. Brown feeding Co dogs. .$ 400
package carefully recorded ;
, *! fence for Florida. It known as the Capron trail jojns the En-
from the time it reaches terprise road and to follow said >< waiting on Co Corns 400 One of the and Best Equipped Door Sash Blind
.), has, moreover, the advantage of Capron it M n jailor . *. . 3000n Largest ,
Jacksonville the time it is sold. trail in a southerly direction to bridge '
to a n n . . I 5 00
being cheap in the .first Instance janitor; v.
and profitable; later oh, and when The success of the association near Place,what on the is public known road as that the runs Addison from J. F. Wooten, tax assessor. ,'. : 200 00 and General Wood Working,Plants in tie United States.
should be sufficient inducement J Cockshutt officer.- 41
to ,
I'1 once la good-abape would not require Titusville to Ilardeoville the Board appointed reg ... . 82 00 .
the various agricultural and horticultural J. Carllle, C. D. McCrory and R. VI S Jones, county judge. And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eight
(',:: the 'everlasting repairing )\l\ S Jones, cash matter.of lunatic 6 00 in the of our may "confidently expect the best
) patrons
mark and
industries 'to and do ,, Watson'to view lay out the years Cypress
\ )'' which IB the case. with: most fences. go same, and make their report to this D L Gaulclon, pros atty. .? .. ,33 33 I possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will cover

. '1r;' :n.. likewise. Board on the first, Monday in August, J W Mendel II Sharpe, county" com". .. .. .. ,".. .., 13 1040J 00 Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, etc..

' tlr'; THE edty fatheraihave! decided 1807. R Walker" *. 10 00 '
\; do with the On motion, the road report; regarding J N Waller" . 20 40
away 'meadow-llke, aspect TITUSVILLE' FISH BUSINESS the Mathftm received and '
postofflce, A T Feaster treasurer. 3:19: ) 0!) '
}14 l : county MIAMI
of -
oU.r principle streets, and accepted and notices ordered to be posted !
J F Wooten,, ... . . . t.-.6240 *' .
(""y;; are having them cleaned whIch' In conversation one of our : according to law. J F Mendel], copying minutes. .-. 600A ,
;f : adds greatly ,to their ,appearance: prominent.fishermen we learn that Petition received from J. Eberwein, A Stewart, accountant. !i. 15 00
et at., for public road from Canaveral
" :rl;,;, We hope that It will .possible to the of fish a J I Mendel, keeping road records.. 5 30
consignments shipped Lighthouse to the Banana River, and be-
keep them in shape this winter for'I'i during last. week' from this place ginning at the public wharf on the Banana J electric Brown light, waiting company on Co. .Corns.. . 1000T 8 00 Town Lots Now'on Sale !
nothing strikes a visitor so much amounted the River and running on the E. J. W.
to 51,520; pounds, line T Wetmtre, ice clerk's office. 1 60
1 'Xr,-' as the appearance of the streets of money return for which reachedthe dividing II. and, between lands owned by Mary Futch, pauper. ,r. 600 ,
Wilson Etta and the ,
I'i,, .a town and a new' comer is very sum of $1,039.50. When it is N. and S. or River road Thompson, thence; following Charity Padget . .'. .. 1000' '
Vm Anderson . . 6 00 For
:-' ,apt to judge the prosperity or otherwise taken into consideration that the and using said road for about 100( J' Denham . .. .. 600 A..E KINGSLEY General Agent

i, of a town' by,its.looks. The whole of this ;um Is spent among feet, thence running In an easterly direction Sarah Bean . . 1000 ,

t.; : work of spreading fibre refuse on ouf merchants, it will be seen that F. Kline's about land,three then miles following to east said line lino of 1\1 Hayden .. . 4 00 Mrs. Julia D. Tuttlc.

: the unshelled streets is still ,going the decision of .(Judge Jones with to the land known as the Lighthouse L Eaufalla "" ... ". II. ... 400 _____ *
J . . 600
on, and a sandy street will soon be regard to the Fuller Fish law, wasa reservation, thence running in N. E. di- Lewis "
Anna Gore . 6 00
a thing of the past. Thanks toJI' for the well rection to the Lighthouse at Cape Can- ',' CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY
"' good thing _town, as averal the Board Jzzie Tucker .v. ... 800
S.: L. Jef
our city fathers and Wm. M. as for the individuals- engaged In R'IIead ..., . .. 1000
t Drown Now let .our property. theindustry, many of whom would fords mark, L.view Y.and. Tuten lay and out J.the L.same Starck, and to C McNellU' co . .. 600' In all parts of the Town. Carefully Selected
.', J R Bell building bridge. . ... 105 00
tY' and residents clean their '
I'' up have been left without a means of make their report to this Board at, their Fruit and Lands'on
R A Conkling, ferryman, . 5 00 Vegetable ,
; sidewalks, and thus assist the Town subsistence during ''the summer meeting the first Monday In' August, D Cain, .. .':.500

;!" ,I Council in every .possible way.; months. The Titusville Times. 1807.Bond;. presented by Chas. Nauman for J.p Brown, feeding prisoners ., 1950 Miami River axiel' Bay lOisoaync.KlT" .

"r' Union correspond states that it : Correspondence Solicited from Actual. Investors and Settlers.

: ', THE letter of,F,' LeBaron on is "certainly not within the paleof Main Office Hotel Miami MIAMI FLORIDA.ED .

,,1': our 8th'page, states that the .olive reason to suppose the law intended ._ ,
': grows well in Florida and has there should be two closed
for mullet the FERTILIZERS 8. IL4 NES. K. 8. HAKES.
!;.;;; ,:' fruited for 25 years on the :farm seasons during
a ...
We-should like to .
t,,, \ of Hon., Moses C. Brown at that year give our ....HAINES BROTHERS....
', place. This is the first instance brilliant legislators the benefit of

i ,. that has come to our knowledge of the doubt but we have a kind of When you are'in the market write for Information regarding

the olive fruiting in this state. suspicion that this Is'exactly what .our-_, Machinists and Engineers.Agents

t)" '? That the plant grows well )'n South was intended, though fortunately i

: \, Florida !has beep fully demonetruted they managed1 worts
I;> "r but we do not think that, ambiguously as to ,leave an uncer-
it has been fruit tainty as to what they really .. Repair parts for their Motor in stock. Old parts exchanged for new,and allowance male 10Cordlnlt1y. -
{ ever to Vegetable; fruit and vine, orahge tree manure, blood, bone, .Our Specialties!Installing Complete Isolated Lighting and Pumping Plants for
I"t' ..' tbough thifmay be .the result of meant. Anyway we, thank them domestic use operated by ROD,gasoline steam or watOr. Can get power from artesian i iwellH .
and potash, and other brands.The for running small machinery for all kinds of purposes. pairing-aas\ ,Gasoline,Na Ibths
want of knowledge on the part of for the loophole by which an ut % Kerosene.Vapor Hot-yir and Steam Knglne: Sea ea, all make and capacities.. All mum* 01
"7 the grower rather than inability to terly unjust and unreasonable law Sumps to be used for any purpose. Injectors Elector and Syphons. Typewriter, all mak"'ti
Fertilizer Works Vacuum, Water and Ammonia Gange Inventor Model constructed with
.. produce on the part of the plant. was avoided. rnlour.. dispatch. Construction and repair of intricate machinery a specialty. Our equipments are of.
the latest kind. Give us a share of work,and will be pleased with our workmanship"" ,
On first will be found your you
If it is possible to'make the olive our page charges. ',

fruit in this part of the state olive letter from Mr. Geo. W. ficobie Chicago 'Office and Works: Foot of Liberty St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

: ,. I growing will become an important which further emphasizes the justice :='

Ndi/, industry, but so far where it has of the Judge's decision, and Where these fertilizers 'are'made, having unlimited sources "-

;, been experimented with, it has conclusively proves the uselesaness from which to draw their supplies, use ,nothing but' the very CHAS. N. WELSHANS
shown no desire produce fruit. of prohibiting fishing during the best materials and there are no goods made'better than our ,

<' n summer months'under pretense- of COMPLETE FERTILIZERS. We solicit your orders.

. \\ t 'film celebration of the glorious protecting the industry.

"r'.' fourth raised a certain enthusiasm ARMOUR & COMPANY. CEMENT, BRICK, LIME, SHINGLES, COAL TAR, PLASTER.,

,in, our townspeople and called
:. forth the suggestion that a biqycle WIDOW AND WIDOWER Jacksonville Fla. jai HAIR AND LATH,/ tdl't

track and fair ground would be an MARRIAGES.A .

! ::: 'excellent; institution for TItuavllJe. ,- State Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils.

H: As far.as the bicycle track is '
concerned rumor is afloat that there are '
?tr:..r', < we fully concur; in fact, not so many re-marriages in the SAVE MONEY And Buy From-*## Old.'Phone 8. )o( 13 Hogan Street,

t ++; a bicycle track Is.next door to a United States as heretofore. Why JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.-

I'"\ necessity; We have been very ford is this ? Tils is not the only :TAMES: : :a: ::aO-C-eS, .
i tuhate far in that of
so none our country where such a state of af. .
i. riders( have met with bad accidents fairs exist for in the Registrar- DR. C. F. HOUSTON

ii' I racing on the streets, but someT General's return for Great Britain Grain; Hay Feed Garden Seeds Flour Grits ,

f 1," body is lIahle to 'get badly dam. and Ireland it reveals the curious :DEJ.\1'TAL' PAn.LC>n.S.-

.:'. aged one of these days. With re. and significant fact that remarriages Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.

gard to the fair grounds, we' think by persons of both sexes have Established 1884. ))0( Cor. Bay and Laura Sts':, over Mrs. Keen*'*'

l! that these, luxuries: are neither a been steadily decreasing since 1876. '
Agent for Gray Mineral Ash kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to man or '
'8"))1L;'. profitable nor'useful investment I No attempt is made ,to explain thla .}> **- Only'sell for cash on the-Closest Margins. Write for quotations.. e JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .
r for small towns. Of course they universal reluctance to a second For the next 30 days prices will be as follows: Gold Fillings, $!..ii<> to 'l';
,a. i i are mighty nice things to have but helping- o to speak-of connubial Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE.. FLA. Plastic Fillings, 50c. to '1; Alloy Fillings, II to $1.50;,Plates] $3 to .$8. Full seu
' have -- -' -- (very best), *U to $10. Extracting free by method where plates are
I'' they to be paid for, and re. felicity, eo that.widows and widowers a painless ,
u!, turns from such investments made. First-class operators and polite attendants. Gold. and Continuous Gum
, : are must divide the responsibility Sets of Teeth made and repaired.
: usually eojispicuous by'their ab- between them for this melancholy E.B. Williams & Co _
-- --- --
:l'0. sence. state of affairs. The former-If it "",-.... .
I'. IT. S. Department of Agriculture and Lemon-
Pineapple, Orange
,..-At were possible to canvass them-
, \: t AMONG the laws passed by the would probably insist that they are ....Wholesale Fruit and 'Produce Commission Merchants.... Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. Land For Sale.Cheap.

't'' recent legislature is ope which prohibits entirely innocent of blame in the -

;" the exhibiting of any "dirk1; matter, and it would be extremely 65 South Broad St.. -' ATLANTA CA. The of following temperature Is a and comparative rainfall for statement the- I have tor.sale 80.acres of pineapple*..

I r- : ; dirk-knife sword, sword-cane, gun, difficult, if not impossible to dispute Foreign and IDomos'tio!!! : Fruit l. week: ending Tuesday, July 13 1897. land on St. Lucle river, a few mile .

, ; pistol, or other deadly weapon," in the justice and accuracy of --18U7-- L.1800- low Eden, 40 of which being northeast 1

, t a "rude careless, angry or threatening that contention, Clearly, then it s nA.TE. MAX. MIN.: MAX. tint. quarter of northeast quarter of section
I manner." This is 'one of seems to us that the widowers must .' 8 87 87 74 84 73 18, township 38, south of range 41 eaet.
those String Beans Oranges, 71 84 72 the other 40 Is the northeast quarterof
numerous laws which will be the real culprits. For some 0 79 73 84 So
11 Bananas, 71 section
probably be honored more in the reason, best known to themselves Okra-Celery. Grape Fruit, I 10 86 74 s. 71 township southeast 88, south quarter of range of 41 east.

. .' breach than the observance. It i.i acting seemingly, on the once- Cucumbers. Lemons, I 11:* M 7:* 88 74 The above land can be for16

difficult to prove, what constitutes bitten.twice shy principle- they Tomatoes. Limes, 13 .83 81 70 83 76 I per acre. It is suitable forg'pineapPk
17 73 80
i a "rude, careless, angry or threatening deliberately boycott all furthermatrlmonlal'experlment. Beets, Cabbage Peaches, ., 76 orange, lemon or lime growing. for
Squash, Pineapples Total rainfall for the week 4.0i acre', |
: 40 :
s Inches Will be sold la lots of .
r: manner .nd, .moreover we ., and ignobly New Potatoes, Strawberries. Departure from normal rainfall for the cash. This land will wen be worth *'"
p.; should Have imagined that the law subside into the joys of Egg Plant, Grapes, week:: plus 2.83 Inches. Departure per mere _.
4 against carrying concealed weap- bachelorhood. Some say the cause Asparagus. Coooannts. from normal rainfall since January I. Apply] to C. IT. Walton. ADv ri I
Pu would have covered the matter of this tate of affairs is that aarEBE.Yo ES i-Third National Bank, Atlanta,O*.j nea.K.Johuna.,.Ckndr Mr*.. Atlanta, pIns,16.g'J inchew. office; or to Bobbins A Graham, T1 ?
da| Armour Packing Co.,Atlanta,Ga.| O o.M.Taylor,W.8.Dwcan A o.,Atlanta,O*. J. W..C o Observer. vllle -..
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INDIAN RIVXR ADVOCATE, JULY 16, 1897: ''I cs.elebrated I

GOODE A Melbourne.fcOODE.=Real Estate and Loans., -FERTILIZER I S. '

Agent for .ACttu. London and Liverpool and r
Globe and Imperial Fire 108ul'1...... Special p. '0
paid to the Interest of DOD
deota. I'8SI-I. \ ,,

the Indian IUver..,'iret-c,bluff wu acoom.mod..tl6lnlllUId over-- PRICER !
rat_........mable. m

WHEN Bazaar YOU, Mr' ,.00 Chan. "TO J.MELBOURNE to'..Campbell*call CO.,at Mil the H[ ] i .Firieappl-: G-ro-w-ers. : *,..,.'*

linery. Notions Dry OooiU. tjullvs' ready .. .
made and
woven {;Underwear Ferrla1 Ronnwn- .
ed Cor ot ruto.,embroidery and colored silks, : ,
bARftlGPOWDER souvenir sprttum,Stationery,eto. !
: .4..11 Airoxi.TI ft .For't1.11.zor. i Iil i] t
d : i Price $25OO. /- Before buying,the following Natel'll\1s.be s\ire and apply to :

L. G. Bralnard, of Valknria, was in
town Tuesday.Will : GUARANTEED.ANALYSIS. : us for prices, and wo will prove to you we can save you money. ;

Arnold, of :Malabar, was in townon E Moisture........................:.......,.... ........ ............. ... ... ate 1(1 STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE, :

Absolutely Puree business one day this week. B[ Ammonia".SnlphateorAmmonia i ;;;; ; :..::::::::::::::::':. ": "::.::,::::,::::::::::: 20 R to to :2ft AUiiual BLOOD AND BONE ACID PHOSPlf ATE 1
for Itt leavening .trenltth Frank Available I'lionphorlo Aolil.,. .,.................? .... ......... ,..,....., ft to 6K K .
great Conkling went to Tillman last <|iinl to Hone PhoRphate of Lime..,.............,.......;....,.....;;... ... ... 11 to 1.1: DISSOLVED BONE NITRATE OF SODA
L\f Eim hoalthfulnenB.forms of AnBures adulteration tjie food ooraiuou atcalnat to Saturday, returning Sunday morning.,: l'.t..bK2U....................... ..... .........,....,....... .... ....... ....... btu a ,
and all : '..Jf. ,...........,..... ... ittolO
cheap brands. Messrs. Mltchel, Boom and Jess wero } K'IIIIIltn8111r.hnteorl'otaab.\.... ..?.............,......... ...... 66 to oC3T" SULPHATE OF AMMONIA. TOBACCO STEMS, (-I 4r
[ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York.West among the visitors in town last Sunday. (- Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL HARDWOOD ASHES, :

on the south bound train Monday after rr Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low : 0'

Palm Beach. noon. H prices., :

.. Mils Alice Nicholson] Is 'visiting the : ;

1 Mrs. J. C. Stowers left this week for a Misses'Dora and Gertrude Breese, of Please CorreHpond: UH before boing induced to buy from Doalot-H.: Send for

|ip and a visit as far north as Maine. Coquina.Joe : Pamphlet. T .
Ioo. E. N. Dimick returned Friday B. Mills, of Eau Gallic, spent Sun hi "
L'Ut from a trip up the East Qoast. day In'town with his sister Mrs.i K. .
I N. E. Cowles, of hobo Sound was infcwn "PI j
last week, also W. S. Tancre, of The schooner Queen left Monday for ,

he same place. the McFadden.Bahamas in command, of Capt.. M. :raoksoc.: : .vil1o, Florida.: i ,j

I Copt E. H. Chose? of Miami, was In
|iwn last week visiting his family. -and The Glee Club will meet as usual at ::3

sing a sore foot. Mrs. C. J. F. Campbell's, next Wednesday hammock, planting out orange; trees. .

Geo. Zapfs launch, the Olga broke evening at 7:30 sharp. Pines are still going forward in-small Roseland. G. G. SPRINGER tl

owq at.Juno last Thursday, and had to Rev. E. W. Butler] preached a very interesting quantities but the returns are still
b towed down by W. H. :Sanders. sermon ]last?Sunday morning at smaller.J. Mr. Hustle, of Mlcco, has boon deliver .
the Congregational church. ing pineapple plants to Mr. F. White.'$
I B.M. Potter has his boat hauled out, L. Enos, of Enon has been visiting Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of ---- ---: '
kid Is giving its. bottom a thorough We are pleased to say that Miss( Emma friends here this week. He Is an extensive Col. II. I). Kuffner fans returned froma ,
caring and a couple of coats of racing Mitchel has fully recovered from her accident bean grower. three month's trip to W. Va. Ho says V '
mpound. which came so near being fatal. business is vary dull there. /
W. E. Futch is preparing land on, the
I Dr.J. A. Pughr the dentist, left last Herbert Conkling, of Cocoa, was In Sebastian river for going Into the truck Plenty of rain".and, strange to say, no I IC EIDistilleci AND
turday morning for a visit of several town Sunday evening shaking' hands business.this winter. mosquitoes agreeable but remarkable "
booths' duration in. Georgia and else- with a few of his friends who are always absence at this time of year. I
glad tq see him. Capt. Mosely Is hard at work gettingR. .
Owing to the protective ]law, plume '
G. llardee's- fish-house in trim for the ; .
j W. C. Day formerly of Titusville, but Misses Emelie and Marie Jtornella and coming fishing season. birds are again: getting qulto common on
iho has made this place his home forlie brother Prosper left last week for Jack the Sebastian River. We are In hopes Water
past two years, expects to locate In sonville, where, they will join their par Cool weather this week. Our cousins, the fish law will work as well. For two .
aytooa in the near future. ents. the mosquitoes, have departed, and we years the writer has been unable to got a
hope they will never return. mess of mullet from his dock. Formerly Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers
1 The Young Pleasure] Club ,
Nothing is seen or heard any more Peoples' he could get them day.
and Park have any
uibuBtorlng expeditions around here met at the residence of Mrs. P. P. Powell Paul Kroegel Henry
Marblehead and do not last Friday and the just returned from a trip to the Narrows,
me Vesuvius evening spent evening FACTORIESCocoa '
kill at this port as oft as of yore. playing whist. where the former has a homestead. ?: Ormond. and West Palm Beach. '

I Master Charles Orut>er had the mis- We are sorry to learn of Capt. John Miss Edith Kitching-, is homo again 4 ""'-- ___._ :
extended visit relatives
to at
brtune to fall and fracture his right Houston's sad'accident in breaking his after an There Is no more pleasant] spot In V-
Irlst recently. Dr. Hood has put it in arm by' slipping on the steamer St.; Stuart and West Palm Beach. Florida than Ormond. fOR (

(plaster of psrls case, and Charlie is Augustine last Monday. Demsey Cain was shopping In our burg Flounder] lulling( Is becoming SEEDS SUMMER RCROPSLJ.*
ound as usual, but with his arm in a Mrs. James Airth and three little this week. lie I III one of our oldest settlers i at Ormond, and is great sport. popular1 ,J.

ling. daughters, of the Banana River, spent a having lived here twenty-live years. '
I Last Thursday morning's train carried few days in town the past week the Col. Ruffner has just returned from a A large turtle was captured on the Millet Pearl or Caltaot. .'." -*. per lb., post paid
beach, a mile north of the Coquina hotel], Millet] German. .: ," '* "
of Miss 'is
fray several of our townspeople among guests Lyman. trip to Cincinnati, 0., and says he
Friday night. Amber Cane . .2fiotsKaillr / It It It It
horn A. and H. back the cool breezes of f
were P. Anthony C. glad to get to
Rev. W. C. Barnes is away on a lecturing Corn, (white or rod).2BcU II It II f ,
Iller also Miss E. Clarke of Tuesday John Grover who
; 'E. Day- Indian River morning/ .
tour, he intends going as far as Daytona I Jerusalem] !. .*, ,2flots: It It 't
kna who has been Mrs. J. the stables found
visit Coquina turtle
to runs
a a
I. Stowers at this on : before be returns, he illustrated Rev. W. B. Tresca preached here ]last nest between here and Sea Breeze Sorghum. '. .allots: It "
place. his lectures with stereopticon pictures Sunday; text in the morning : Lead us taming, HI) con Sunflower: .. ZOcts per quart..
[Quite a delegation of West Palm All who have an opportunity should see not Into temptation; at night : The eggs., Cow peas, Whlpporwlll, Clay Kod 1""lyftngerllVonlterful and Conct. Send k
teachers were at Juno last week attend- them, they are well worth the money. rules of the church. The weather has been simply delightful for prices. !'ul1l1tuc' of Reliable Moods always on qnnd. ':",

bg county court. Among the attorneys At the last business s meeting of the It. G. Hardeo, Wm. Braddock and for the past few days, and the fishing L. .CAMERON Seedsman *
la noticed. H. F. Atkinson, J. T. San- better than ever, from ono to two hundred I
Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor Robt. Roberts.were very succosssful one 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
ers, O. R. Broome soa trout being
County Attorney caught night.
anti the following committees were night this week, when they managed to .. .. ._. .. .. .
aylor W. Graham all Miami
S. of ---- -- '--'-
; chosen: "Prayer 'nieettng": Mrs. Chas. spear quite a quantity of sheepshead. ,; Mr. and Mrs Oeo. F. Mlles, the for ----T" -
po Col. D. L. Gaulden, of Titusville. Horton, Mrs. Will Jackson, Miss Susie I mer president of East Coast. Canal Co.,
Johnson and Clarence Butler "Look B. F. Hardosty will have charge of our returned to Ormond on Thursday. They
school the coming term, and we The Fertilizer Co. !
END YOUR VEGETABLES and fruit Out": Misses H.' M. Lyman and C. L. hope public the patrons will give our new expect to spend most of. the summer at Jacksonville

I to E. B. Williams &: Co., wholesale Marshand, Messrs. W. R. Jackson andM. teacher the best support possible.The the Coquina'; ,
fruit and produce merchants, 63; South S. King. "Missionary": Mrs. M. S. jj ,
:XD. lS3V7 LOW :: :
Broad street, Atlanta, Ga. See their' King, Miss G. Cumings Messrs. J. R. sloop yacht Quickstep, Woolston] ltllam'-NaHH"' Stoartteltlp Line. D4a.na.aor.:
advt. on page 4. 'I Lyman and Chas. Horton. Social) Misses Bros., bound for Jacksonville, was In (LATE CHAPMAN A 8UDLOW., ) ,
Emma McFarland, Ida Parker and Jessie port Sunday Mr. Woolston days that Cramp A Son, the celebrated '..hlp.I *
Goode, and Messrs. E. W. Butler andC. the best fishing ho found #n the'coast ,builders of Philadelphia] will deliver to South Jacksonville Fflorida. .

Malabar.Dcllghtfu McBride. Flowers and Music: Mloscu was at this place. the Miami and Nassau Steamship Company MANUFACTURER OF ''"
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Lillie Robertson, Annie Goode and Helen] There are too many people In Sebastian -I on the bt day of January next, .anew

[ ], cool weather the last few Miller. who road the ADVOCATE who are I, vessel for the Miami-Nassau trade. FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges's and
111., I not subscribers. Hand In your sub- The order for the ship has boon placed.
Buy lumber and other building ma- scriptions to Stanley Kltcbing and thus I The specifications call for a steel steam-v
[ C. W. Bolton. was in Melbourne 'last terial direct from the Builders' SupplyCo. help the pink paper a little In its good ship, :240 font long, 41 feet beam, to draw '
riday. ., St. Augustine, and save the lumber- work for the East Coast. 10 feet of water, twin-screw, and of a Vegetables, and Dealers in Every Kind, of Raw Material

atermelons.Plenty of ripe'guavaa. pineapples] and yard man's commission. .. will speed flrat-class be of flitted IS passengers knots out an to hour.and accommodate finished The vessel after 100)( Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dost, Kanit, Etc, Also 4 4"rho

I W. P. Arnold] was a passenger on Tues- Fort:; Pierce.Mrs. Banyan. the most approved style. The cost specified II''amoufat' : :EEard.-T:1xD.o: ':'I3rnxa.:

py's' train as far as Melbourne, returning 1 I.lUl.VXlO nays the Florida Citizen. Ammonia.1. . ,4toftpercenli
bo same day.H visit C. L. Stewart Is planting] quite a lot The ship will he put into service as Available Phns. Acid...,a. . .6 to 8 per cent J far: fSfl.OO Per Toiu:

: C. Starck and Miss Marie have re- on Monday.A Hearthstone. paid Jensen a of sweet potatoes.We soon as completed, and will inauguratea Potash K 0. . . .. .0 to 7 per cent)
rnod steamship line in connection with the Commercial Value given our brands In the lost Bulletin. Write for '
from a two months' at Highest,
nsen'. stay large amount of rain has fallen in are ]having very fine rains. and very Florida] East Coast Railway that In a few Prices. Orders for 2 tons and for our brands will be delivered free .f all ffm'
the last few days. few mosquitoes; at present. years may consist of many vessels] plying freight/ charges to any railroad depot on the East Coast at catalogue] prices, until., ,
I Mrs. Frank Llpp, of Cocoa, has been Mercier ] visitorto B.J. Stewart, postmaster of Bovine, between Miami and the Bahama Islands, further notice.Fred'k.. '
Captain was a pleasant
siting her friend, Mrs.. II. C. Starck, was calling on friends In Banyan on Sat 'Cuba, Jamaica and other southern coun .
several town on Tuesday.The tries. The vessel
pr days. urday last.Charles. first will be used for
business has been Im- the Mlatni-NoMiau business and will be
C. C. fishing
[ Carroll has a fine field of Hoe, ] Collier was In Banyan part of
the around. wilt
the .
proving past faR days. operated year carryall
eighteen inches high, planted .on ,. Saturday and Sunday, selling lightning the malls to and from the Bahama T
lie rich muck land west of the railroad. Mr. K. -B. Raulerson has been spending fire klndlers. Islands, and will handle 'most of the S. Morse
few in Titusville this week. -x >0<-
a days
Herbert freight and business between ,
Conkling, of.the News force, Born to Mr. and Mr.4J. W. Scott, on passenger ,
pme down from Cocoa on his wheel last Do not forget that the ADVOCATE of- the 8th Inst., a fine boy. Mother and. the United States and the Bahamas. I .
fiturday, and spent Sunday with his fice is fully .,equipped to do all kinds of child are doltfg/ well.] 'iZI
rents here % job work. FAITHFUL MEN OR REt... : ,ESTATE: : : '
Mr. Ilumphrey, of Indianola, was in WANTED
[ Walter Starck took the boat Stetsonm The pineapple season Is practically Banyan a few days this week, putting up to travel for responsible
here to Jensen last week making over here, nearly everyone having ship shelving: in Mr. Field's] house.J. established house in Florida] Salary D4X'.A.D4X:: : :: : :as cio 00." J1WLOD.J: : '
lie entire run alone, which was pretty ped their crop. $7tH and expenses.: Position perman. .
Messrs. Davis and Merriweather re melons.] lIe carried a ]load to Eau Gallle stamped<< envelope. The National, Star AGENT FOR LANDS --
turned Monday, from Stuart, It beingtoo this week, and they found ready sale. Insurance Bldg., Chicago. w :
Courtenay.I wet to work'on.the building.Mr. Florida East Coast Railway Company
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Field] are now '
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Tom Alderman] and family have snugly; ensconced In their neat cottage. Florida Coast Line Canal A Transportation Company, ;

I of rain and. no mosquitoes just arrived here from Jupiter: Mr. Alder Mr. field will engage la the pineapple NEW YORK Boston, A Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company. rYtAwad.d .
Intends opening a storenear, the .
w. man and vegetable business. .
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depot.Mr. --- .
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I We noticed D. S. Nlsbet and Miss Bea- F. A. Houston and Craig Hopkinswere --r.-: ;
ice Sanders, in our burg ]last Sunday.S. W. J. Tucker has Just had his shipping alligator skins from Banyan TAILORING CO. Oold Medal. and IM plums of Honor si Cotton States and lote"--tlonallhpo..Uon.
house renovated with a new. coat of again this week. A' barrel of 70 .. Atlanta,.Oar,uwft.THEGJ. ;
B. Symraes, enterprising mer- paint:. which adds considerably Its skins nets about $-10.
liant, transacted business in Cocoa last neat '
onday. appearance.Mrs. The fine steamer St. Augustine I Is carrying HAMMOND COMPANY
F. H. Tyler] ]leaves, Saturday, for a !good portion of the pineapple. POPULAR PRICE TAILORS.
I Uev. E. E. Johnson, of Cocoa, preachto Connecticut, where her mother lies that are being shipped from here. She ,

a large congregation.here last Sun- very ill. We wish her a Ion voyage, and pulled up on /Saturday' morning with ... k
IY morning and eveningI / trust she may find her parent better on 1,300 crates on board. t

I P. Allen celebrated his 16th birth- her arrival.. ] We bear that Capt... McIntyre will soon We Carry the Largest and PORK AND BEEF PRODUCT L a,

fly lat Tuesday he says the girls] can take command of the steamer Courtenay II
ok out now for he Is coming, sure. IF YOU NEED a Good, Reliable] and again. His I friends will be glad to see Most Complete Lineof Ills.
I J. D. Sam'and C. T. Harper attended Widely-read Jfswspaper, Subscribe forth hlrfl reinstated, but we are sorry to lose I Hammond, Ind., South Omaha, Nub., Chicago,
f e dance at lodlanola] last Tuesday ADVOCATE. Gape Lovelace who la very popular I Salesrooms, 23-1 West Bay St., .Tb .. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville, Kla
ght ail the Saltings and Trouserings I
l and report a verj pleasant time. among shippers. '

I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mlot, T. S. Sanders Sebastian. We have just heard the sad news oftbe I I Markets Advancing Rapidly on Lards, -Hams and Miles. rirZ7Vtit

f d Mrs. C. O. Biythe] of Indlanola, atloded death of Cspt. John B. Beach, of in tbe State.
church here last Sunday. Eaa Gallle, which occurred on the 1.1th ; ue :ror :Jrjoe '
Plenty of rain and no mosquitoes. g Inst. Deceased had many' friends along .
I Miss Nannie Harper arrived home last from Stuart on the Island who deeply' sympathize with '._- .-- -- -. --.. ... --r" --. -...
Pmrsday from a three _Its visit withr S. Kltohlng returned his aged wife In her sad bereavement. Salts to Order sib and $20 .
r sister Mrs. 1.. J. IliUard, at Tropic. .Tuesday. '

[The schooner Veteran with H. H.ms Walter Gibson, of Rowland., was here Trousers to Order $4 and $5 JOB: pRmTINc.: ,, .

and H.Jenkins, as master,brought this week. When'in want of any' kind: of building .., .
> load of lumber for H. J. Tiffin Mon- J. B. Bdtler called on friends at material In carloads or otherwise the Samples) sent by mail. ALL KINDS rt,
y, from Cocoa Co. at St. : '
where he has severaln Happy Dale last Sunday Builders Supply Augustine
waiting to be unloaded. will be pleased to make you deliveredprice NEW YORK TAILORING COur"-"fY.- / .4 '1f."I" t'
B. O. Harde made a business trip to irs .
at your station. Too have no e eut.d. .
No. 17 East Bay Street, .'fa. y
[Send the Eats Gallle, Monday. agent's or middleman'scommission, to
ADVOCATB order for '
printing you need.] an any O. B. Hall Is out at the old Richard pay. Jacksonville. Florida.!". ADVOCATE PRINTING. ,OFFICE ,

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Florida East Coast
n J, '1 f ,1+ I OrULAUITY. How .. On. Wake ud Jt.: e e....the Pr. .- Ry.

\ ; Iar ItWr .... .. New York,
V'-l Philadelphia and Boston. TfcM..... It' .. .-0__... M Jmm. m, IS*?.
I ; lie Mingled With the Public, Is :Now that silk and lace and tissue paper .
'b; Jfr I fashionable for Sailing from }I............... 0.., direct to N.w Tor*.
L I Fond of Sports and Greatly are no longer lampshades P.A88El'I'OER' SKRYICK. BOttTH BOUND 4Bad. Down). .KOBTH BOP-MD (lUad OpT"
r the amateur shademaker finds
f Beloved. To I Via Fernandlna, F. C. A P. It)'. and Cumberland Rooter! o o
? decided
herself at '
l "d a a disadvantage. Lv JacksonTllle '.11S a mi LT. Fernandina ,..111 p m; Ar ....... ...... -..... v.o. ns. ..... -....... .....
,, "Nothing has ever seriously affected cot and successfully ornament a stiff Brunswioc sac p m. Daily, except Sunda,. ...... Jili .;,..... .....: A ........ .... f tau :..... :.-1:
) It is shade required much greater skill than VtaKTerstt,aI rail F.C.A: P. Ry. and Boo LT Jaek.onDrill. ....... ...... ...... ...... ... u ............ *Ii> ...... ...... ...... .......
Prince IJally. .. .
the of Wales' popularity. 4.00 pm; Ar Irnnswlck 7JO p m, passengers ...... ..... ...... ...... ....M... ........ ..... ....
I I + personal to a very great degree," writes for making the draped ones. The following allowed on board.for supper'IhW1llla,.. ...... ? ...... ....,.. ...... ".......... t P.liatka........'". ..,. .::::: ::.. .........
t : % i direction' from the New York Tribute ..... 4_... ...... ...... ,A........... .........IW j :..... ...... .....: .M
d + George W. Smaller la the July Ladles' ..... ..... ....... ... ... 1 .......... ..........t..: ..... ...... ...... .......
1 1 may therefor prove helpful: PROPOSED BAILIMas I ...... ...... ...... ...... Ar..I.. ....... ,. ..... .. ...
) r I Home JournaL "As the QueeD'a800 he To make a stiff shade for candles or Time. L.Brunswick. ...... ...... ....;. ..... L.,........:fla*. ............ ,..... .:::' :::::: ::....
Lv.New York,Pier 21X.B.,3:30p. m., (Standard ) ...... .....: ........ ............t.f ..... ....
share of that ..... ..... LT. ......
. (1 ; has, of course, his own loyalty lamps a circle must first be drawn on Friday, July a...................... ....STATE: OFTKXAS-............ .......... Friday, July 9 ...... ...... ...... ...... .. .i ... t............. .,..... ... -.... .......
' ? 1 / d ) which burns in all British hearts, the cardboard of which it is made. Extra Fr1.4yJuly 9......................: ] Friday, July 18.........................STATE OK TKXAfl.: ....... ............ .....JI'rllla'.JuI'23 ...... ...... ...... ...... .......>>. .......... I..... ...... ...... .. '
hut he has a great deal more than that. heavy white drawing paper with. a Friday 23. ... RIO ORAN1>K ...,. .. Friday JUL.Friday ,ao ..... ...... ...... ...... .. .........::... ........ ..... ...... ..... .::.
' ''i t I 14 9 It is felt that he flue done much, in very rough surface is the best material tuted. ; July 80...............X....:::... ) )O....::. .. .:::::.::..::....Friday, An*.* ...... .... ...... ...... ::........ ........ .. ...... ....,. .... ..........
{ For paerallafol'lll&tlOD.steamers, traIn,rates eto.apply to any railroad scent or tor: ...... .1'..... ...... ...... ......... / Tda1" ..... ... .: .
; : difficult circumstances, to earn the goodwill To get the right slope of the shade draw CHAB pAVUf! .Agent,2HOW.: Bay St.JacksonTiltaslH.H. ...... 1' ...... ...... ...... :.... ...::: :.:::: :::::.
I a horizontal line like the dotted line A ...... In ...... ...... ...... ..... ..... .
affection Ga.
and even of the people RAYMOND, General Soutbern.Aren',Brunswick ...... ...... ...... ...CI.w.......... : .... .....: :::::: :: .
whom he will some day address as 'my A on the diagram, iaolading rather less 0.H.MAi WRY,General Agent,Pier iW,K. River and 8B3 Broadway,N.Y. ..... : .............,................ .. ........ ...... ...... ...:.:.:.
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} 1 than two-third- of b., djjqle, wad make .. .. .... ...... .....:
I ? r people' Ue mingles with them,and is another small oirole in the center for ...... .H. .......... .-....... .. ...... ...... ...... -

: .f :.hem. Little thing count fur much. the openings* tbe''top.:"Then, from the :::::. .. :::::::::.8'. .....:::::;: .. .. :!:::: :::::. ...... N...

crowds that about the ...... : .......Fort _.... .. : a ilia ...... .....: :::::: .-
;1 i The gather gates points A. A. to the points B B draw two ...... I ... a av ............assn ........:., I rs.. ...... .. ... ...... s N
r e .f Marlborough lions in Fall Mall Inpatient straight lines, and with a pair of .,.. ..... ...... ...... .. .... .. ...3_.. ...... .. I ITa ...... ...... ...... w
: ...... I. ...... ...... II .......:.....te.ae.m..:....... .. 1rl ...... ...... ...... I'."..
expectation of the exit or en son cat from A to B, then around on the 4Iu ...... ...... ...... ...... ....... I .. ... ...... ,"p
/ r trance of the Prince and Princess are ._... ..... ....;. i 11" .... "sob 11Io'aaa" .. 8 ...... ...:.: .. r-
{ t '- .t ...... *4p : .... ...... 1 Isa ".. ...::'W..t "nptta:.:.:..: I ...... ..... ::;:.12;:
' opposed to like a spectacle, and no / -- ; .... ... :... .... .RI"- f ...... .....: ::::.::111..
y.4 :..... lOp .. .....IIIt: .tr.-Rina l. SaOA.1.'.. :. f ..... ...... ......
1 i'' doubt they do. They delight to behold ...... ..: ....lJlIIp ..... .UnMsu. ..... .. I" :..... ...... ...... lulls tha
i : them drive in or out in a gilded coach / '' ...... I .......... I tap .. ....Wbandtrdal...... ..... ...... ...... 71b, ,
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4r,1 with an escort of the splendid Life ..... I'P: ... ..... 1l1Op Ar. ..........Miai..Lv. :..... ...... :...:: ilia

Guards. But they like.almost\ better to \ $ A, a W. BBANCH. Trains 1151 ri and 71. b.twe.a J.ot.Trt. -

1i ; see the Prince drive away In a hansom ,: 4. o. o. ICJD "1108'" 8.between. .A..lta.dally manual.* Fort

.ab. ....new TIIP I 2Kp Ptnroe ally, exo.pt Sunday.
krf ilmyrna..tr.; :I It ii p.1 186\ p Train 11I18, between HbrO'Itlsrp ud
"The Englishman loves sport and 3Ibr:! .n.e CUy.."...L.T. 13 III\ 8 88p KI..lu.[ IT. .x... .
{ I .A.r.1 ....Orange City..LT. l5p 8 Slip. Hue sins J and 7 south 01 St. And.
I dally, e Sunday.
CygkOG .

i personage because he frankly gives therein (tiJ. .... $......

'v to his tastes for Outdoor and Indoor

diversions. They gather In crowds top 0 "BISCAYNE"Is 0 0

him start for Epsom on Derby Day.
see .
Is appointed to Perform Serrloeas follow:
They cheer him on the Downs' and on .
fl Lear*KLtltl: 10:80 p. m. Wednesdays and ......,., oenneotlar with. Train 81fe
Beath. back his horse .
not few of them because Is his. They .ve rCsTTWTCre' 1:00 a. m. Tu.sday..ad FHdars.
a the small circle from BLOB and
.ottac at Miami with. Train 71 feilowlnc. morning.
like to see his name high among the winders thence across from B to A, the dotted l '

,,4 of the year, as It now Is, after long lines I being simply for the purpose of .J3. ..} HJJS.W11U, .J. D. BAJCfKB, .

1 ourse of 111 luck on the turf. They like obtaining the angles. The flare of the .a \TreAa Manafesx. .. Anaa.llae, Via' .A. '1 CloD, r..a''fer Ai..t

; to think of him as the country gentleman shade is regulated' by the position of the
dotted lines A A. After the shade has 4-

,, r 1 nangement at Sandrlngham of h1s.,estate busy, with receiving the been out out on the lines Indicated the The B florida Central & peninsular {(ailroai r

I f guests, taking the lead In shooting and edges be ornamented are gummed in any together way desired., and it The can SAFETY I COMFORT I QUICK TIME I LOW RATES I

other amusements. They like to see
ornamentation is finished< before the Finest Cuisine and Service, No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York. '
?' him on horseback Hyde Park, where edges are Joined. The opening at the top The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers s Short Line between. Florida and'all Nortl-ern Points.
rides. like to him I. made. small Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ga., Columbia WashIngton Bal.
l he often They see at large or as as required East.

} { v/4/ theatres, where they always recognize by cutting the circles larger or smaller. "Comanche" (Dew), "Algonquin" "Iroquois,"" "Cherokee' "Seminole." Everett timore, Macon Philadelphia, 'Atlanta, ,Chattanooga New York., Nashville Boston, and LouHville the Cloclondand ,

,, and often cheer him. In short, they Prints placed on the shade at regular Chioago. .

yt like to think of him as one of themselves. intervals and framed in with gold Scrollwork North-Bound. .Everett, Birmingham Holly Springs, Memphis, Little Bock, Kansas City St
b hare been a popular ornamentation Steamers are appointed to according to the tide. Louis, Chicago, Sioux City .
for shades for the last year. Hand From JACKSONVILLE FLA., (calling at Charleston. .), Sundays, Tuesdays and and Thursdays. River Junction, Pensacola, Mobile, New Orleans. Texas, exlco, California
Cool Baths for Hot Weather. CHARLESTON, n. C.. tiooday5 Wednesdays Fridays.
r f painting' if well done, is always ornamental From I For hour of sailing see"Clyde Line" Schedule or JacksonriUe sad' Charleston daily papers. and the Paciflo Coast. Effective May 10, 1897.

Shades for candles are made New York Exp_No. 38, leave Jarboa-
I1! In June of last year one of onr readers exactly on the same principle, and as South-Bound. av.n vine 8:11S a.m., dally with Through Pull_

sent Into the ADVOCATE for publication' they are so small they are very easy. to Steamers are appointed to.sail..from. Tier. 20.,East. River. New York, at 8 p.'m., as follows A. maaray. A' a" 6 R, Baltimore, Philadel!Savannah Columbia York,, ttaihlnru, and it*
the following receipts for good cooling ornament. CHARLESTON 8.C,, Mondays?,Wednesdays and Fridays.For Eastern points. Connects for Fernandiu.
JACKSONVILLE' !,FLA.,(calling Charleston), Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays. Arrives JaoksonTllle 11:80 p.m.
4 baths, which were copied by several of O _
{ P our state) papers. By request we re-pub- Plying T .....017.I Clyde New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.) ..r N a, r New York Fast. Mall No. 3(1( Ian L
fhli "Do you allow your pupils to play by at Charleston S. C. both ) r r Jacksonville 7:00 p.. ru. daily for same north-1
llah. them: (Calling ways .s ernrillstepoint.New Carries through Bleepera Jack**
f ?" is a question asked and answered "DELAWARE Sava.en arrive JackeonriillII
Put of salt half memory STEAMERS "GKO. W. CLYDE" AND York. No. So
a sea one ounce
in The Etude. O. W. Grim says: v are appointed' to sail as follows. t t ,+9 :10 a.m.
N .'f oamphor and one half ounce of ammo- Certainly if the pupils can do it correctly. From foot of Hogan Street,Jacksonville, From Lewis'FRIDAYS.Clyde's Wharf. Boston, cr I
In bottle fill the bottle THURSDAYS. p F Cincinnati and Jacksonville, No M Lean
i a quart ; A good memory is a gift to be a r Jacksonville 7-00 p m.,via Everett Macon Atlanta
t r h, f with hot water and let it stand tweqty-, highly estimated,,but a poor one does + eMp Chattanooga, Connects for Lonlnvllta,INashvlUe
,Jh four hours; then when prepared to not indicate inferior musical talent As F 'Ii. 8t Louis. Chicago and train all northen arrira I I
St. Johns River Line. o, o and western points. Returning
I bathe with a sponge, put a teaspoonful in everything practice can strengthen t a -. CISONVIIIE Jacksonville 8.10 a. m. '
of this mixture, well shaken, Into your a weak memory. There are persons who 'o 17 +aa am. --
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have a "photographic memory." They Asheville Ronte. Through Pullman BIte" ,lot
basin. A surprising quantity of dirt will have an image of the printed mnsio in Jacksonville,Falatka, Sanford Enterprise Fla.and Intermediate landings on the Bt.John's River. FL F' O Car service for Cincinnati via Savannah tone.. Ibla
l ome from the cleanest skin. The ammo- axon,flat. ,, r'.a..a Asheville Hot Springs Knoxville throng I
their minds. Then there are those who OF the Celebrated Mountain Country of Nora I
Ala) cleanses and the camphor ,and' the have a "finger memory.:" They play Steamer "WEhAKA"CAPT. d Carolina. Leaves a. in.rlReturni m. ArlIves ,

sea salt Impart a beneficial effect which over. piece so many times until their W. A. SHAW.Leaves r 1 l f 0' o R Jacksonville' Cincinnati 9:10: 7.40 a m. g mn|

cannot be exaggerated.Three fingers will make the neoesaary movements Is appointed to sail as follows. i Caw w.. r -
or four lemons or limes are in their successive order. Others Jacksonville, ., Tuesdays and Saturdays at 3.30 p m { ,
have Leaves Sanford .. -. Mondays and Thursdays at 4.00 a. m* N Only Line Through the Beau Ifiil Hill I
shoed Into the water, which Is drawn memory. They con remember tl Country of Middle Florida, Pen.acole"d.. IKscambla
1 hour before that the just what tone follows the oth .. Bay, Leave Jacksonville Ise:I s. nJ I
half using so
an ,
I Ii er. The best, which includes all the Gen'i Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.JNo.L.BOWIRD.Superintendent. ) ip d tlts 4 N ..1CNIoA' for Lake City Live Oak Madison teontlMU Slob*.l I
i!, fruit juice mal have a chance to per w"'" Tallahassee,li aver Junction Pennaeola
above classes I. the analytic and CENTRA1 Ml-1
synthetic a :New Orleans,and the southwest Mexico
j teate it; and the deliciousness of such memory. It is developed by slow aeS ti',,,4i' fornla and the Pacific Coast. Carries Bleep**|

,tubbing has to be felt to be appreciated.The and careful practice and is'' assisted by Foot Roger 8t. II.IRONMONGER:rot!West Bay JR.St.,Fla Pass. Agt. PENINSULAR R.H.. N 1 No,1 arrives Jacksonville 7:63: a. m.

sense of cleanliness and freshness It the knowledge of harmony melody, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.f sol Connections.
ear flan .
i and the suppleness and smooth- rhythm modulation and musical form 4 Leaves Jack on.tue II:11S a.m.for Starts,Hi |
gives, THIO. G.Eoorat,T..M., \.. H.W ABBURTOlf.E.P.A., M. H.Cl-rDi.A.T.. M.W1W. aPAArr Or:,, ,FLOa10 thorns !Silver Spring Ocala, Gainesville, C"a
I { ti' Mess it Imparts to the skin, 'Is anexperience As soon as a pupil has learned a piece 5 BOWLING! GREEN :NEW YORK.F. _. ,,,,,, ? ,,,"'''' ''a.v... Key, WUdwood Leesbnr r Tavares. *pop*,
d l'' not soon forgotten., The lemon Is by notes well, let him try to play it by Tampa.Orlando, Arrive Lacoochee Jacksonville Dade 4.19 City: p.m.flaat
for the bran- memory. If he succeeds, make it .a CLYDE a CO., General Agents, W
ii than substitute NASHVILLE ROUTE Atlanta
a Pullman Macon.
: more Vla'l'verett. !
to have him learn 8 Bowline Gr.enNew York. 1* So. Delaware AT.,Philadelphia, Nuhnlh
point always something -, Chattanooga. Leave Jacksonville 7.00 p.m.. arrive Nashville 7.00. next p. m.' Leave
i ) ( t bath bag, which were Invented by the by heart. Should a pupil have the 9eD.. m.; arrive Jacksonville 8:10 next, m.
\ 1', French and equlsltes think so necessaryfor 8:1B a. m.-Leave JacksonTllle for Brunswick by the Cumberland Route) steamer, and 0*
bad habit of carelessly rattling off his berland\ Bound. I I4OO
the toilet. In fact, the greatest pieces when he plays by memory, then : p. m.-Local for Everett. Close connection for Brunswick. Shortest and quickest.rust" I
Oral p. M.-Local for Tallaliassee la neeo I
Intermediate Jacksonville p.
it.. 4'' assistance to the bath Is this lemon aid playing by memory must be prohibited.Do P.M.-For Tampa and intermediate points. Pullman points.sleepers.Arrive ArrlveJacksonv: "'.***I

It Is said by those who have been to the not consider memorizing itself the Southern Through Sleepers for Cincinnati via Aeheville leaves Jacksonville at 7.00 p. m., arrive Arts
Tills 1.46o.m.,arrives Cincinnati 7.40
t West Indies that a lemon bath. Is almost goal of all musical reproduction, for *- For Macon Atlanta two Trains Dall,m.. Leave Jacksonville 8:15: a. m.and 7:00 p.m.SUMMERRAiiE8 .
the desirable gift of..memory'is, after OT to Excursion: Points-In effect June 1st.
i a dally luxury. Pullman Sleepers on all Night Trains. Parlor cars between Jacksonville and Tamps.tF .
all, only.the handy substitute of a mnslo .. Send for Best Indexed Township Map of Florida to

roll. .__.R.ailway. ..f. S. PENNINGTON, A. '0. MAcDOIfELL
onoi Traffic Manager General PaseengerdgtThe |
; nsnled Clears.VTallace no Kltohen ......

1 ,R''' r. -Try one of those cigars. Special stress was laid by Miss ParloaIn ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST. EQBTLrrjzxxAir -

?I +, I : I They were smuggled. a recent lecture on the care of kitchen -

';; ? ., Feny-ReallyPu1f.( puff.) Smug- plumbing.. She said: EKaOVClJI DKAWUTO BOOM OARS, Dnrard GAL.TSOR0401QAU Tropical Trunk Line.

D glad past the board of health, you The kitchen sink requires unremitting = COACHES, YXSTIBTJXXD XKAnra.
j m -Cincinnati Euquire1'. attention. The liquid grease poured -
," through it solidifies and clings to the Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway.)

+ In th. AC of Vaudeville. pipes. To this wash the sink JOSEPH H.
tI i p I i'i "Did you enjoy seeing 'Hamlet thoroughly after each meal and pour hot 809TH' I\ORTII-=--
"Naw. Regular fake. Just one ghost water the to scald them T.blolD =Y
I \ through pipes. No. 0,100 No. 21. No.'.III I. Efft May 1097. No. r l!
I in the whole play, and he didn't do adance. out. A solution of washing soda,, allowing DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THB BAST. -.-. .....'a. o--I ii 912&:[Ly..JACKIIONVILLE........Ar 'i 30 a R1 II 40 7S'I L
i ? skirt Chimy gave us .a walk half a pint of soda to 6 quarts of ..... .. Mixed liMp II 311 a .... ... ....Orange Park.. .......... 1 dram .lepm iiw4
It sound."- Record. .... 914p II.... ...... .:,... Peoria .............. 840.m e08pmTu.h':
should be .andrr{ ::
boiling water kept on hand Washington and Southwestern Limited, :...... ......... .....MaKrona....,...:... ... .......... ..........T. !
for cleansing the pipes. Warm the pipes .... .. ........ IItsp 10ISa :. ...Green Co.e .... ... 1S48 .m.Bostwick .. 8t&
More Light Wanted.Effle first by pouring boiling water through And the United States Fat Mall. ........ ..... ........ .... ,... .. Springe.. ............ ..109.m........ Z ....;
k ........ 1i91i ;
11 l100p loin li .. .... .... .Palatka....... .... ... 800.m
,& them and follow it by :3 quarts of the .. ...... U 4.'p 1234p 11 2'la.. .. .....:.. Sat"nma., .... ...... ... 428am 800pmIAIP..
; '
r I soda solution. If this is systematicallyused OUT 81 HODBS JAOTJOF71LLB TO wMBHIHOTON. ................ blip 1140 I' 11 3111I. .... Pomona............. ... 414a m 414... m I::11pi\
ii I :np\ 1:106.: 11 .......Ctecent CltyJunction..... 81111pm 12"P.
the 6 quarts. a week will keep' a ONLY 27 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO 5BW TOKr.I ..- ..... t 2Jp 1:1211.: .19o: 'la .. .............88.111............. .;:. a58am 846am 84:1pm: 1201.1t.
hfi small house in good condition. In leap Il14a 19aOs: ... .... ...DeLeon 8prlnp....... ... swam 3031'10 fefss.
special ----rgodYhsbnls&Trains.ap..dd ........ 412p: 111. I.I4/lp: / ............... Oleawood .............. 955am 9n4pm10aa.
1 emergencies, where the sink becomes La..._ ... ... 4Mp 100. : ... ......Bereaford... ..... 2:18pm: 1:1.1:
nUeea ii.ear. ... ..... m. .. .,.... ... ..... i2esp. ..... 240alD ....
stopped with. grease use larger lot Oars*....a witaomt..... ... .. ... 5P *, .......... ..........
.. to .rto. BalMMillsrlalpMs. .. ........ 4 ........ .. ,J>e"d .......... fAr ......... l55Pnn' :...
t M quantities of the soda and then flush )Mnr Tsrfc aa.Us ..... ........ 1113 p ...... f2 etp...... .. ..Enterprifle ............., .... ....,. 1234am -...
........ ........ :.
.. .
I ,r thoroughly. In case of sickness when 4 2/lp/ Ar ........TITUSV1LLJC....... LY f104Dam.Sorrento. ..
......... ........ ........ ..... ....... .. ..
r .Paol. .............. .. .......... ..
disinfection becomes dissolve PULLMAr/DRAWINQ-ROOM ........ .. ..... ..
; necessary, THROUGH SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN ...... ... ........... .............._ .... ...... .,
Mft ...... .. ...... ........ .
4 tablespoonfuls of carbolic acid in a : 84 p ......... .M'. Don... ........ 938 a m ..
1If ... .
JACKSON .. ... ... .. ........ 4 OIIp '
JILLE AND : .. 1I20.m
NASHVILLE. Ar..Ta.ane..L. r'.. ... i
8 pint of water, and pour through the ........ eoop.i4 a.I.'PAr..8anford..L.. ItS.m 11101'10 "i.e.._

pipes waiting a few moments before Car .*. :::::::: :::::::: .t ::::::=.:.Altamn.te... r'ilP::: :... :::: .p'
Through :
; r flushing.A. Sleeping Dally Jacksonville to ................ ............ .... 210a liMp.....:.....:......His.Orlando... ..:::.:::.:.::.:.:: 1211pm 1215aDl.::.. :

.' ..4d_ Chan.* of Mind. Cincinnati. vUiAsherltl.'Through tile ........ ........ Ar.:.....".:.... anow imm.e.Jo..Ly: .. it "..... "
........ ..... .. .
n She-Does my refusal really. pain "LAND OP THB 5KY." ............... .....:.... t 7328 a 112IIp 746p./ .,.............. .. .......Lalleland...&now.: .................:.. .114111'10 tSMpm p9Mjam: ::.-

r ) your ... .:... ..:.:. .. 1 U6...""'" Oorda........Lv799opm ::....
r LOOS 848 ... ......
He-Yes. it cJoe. .I'WM so sure you RM hf4tg.a .. ::; sok.d.1..- sl.geq -- ..... ..... -".IF".W.3 .... ...,.... pAr...... .T .Tampa ii..; .'... ..L. IpOam .... _
/.f tie eotttaasae..Thtaltuar .
p f rI would tell me "Yes" I actually wagered IIQ M..o..W.. .... .. .. ........ 540....... Bay otel..L.; .' l'm.720am"8,
I ..... ..MomandTbnnIOOtIpL.. e.
... .
$100,000 that you would marry me. ........ .....ds. I'rIdaJ' 1I01'p Ar...... ....' .Pots Tamp.wear .. .A S30pmTbu\l.a, t d..
L UIPYAIi UIn1M "Par :,Key : :::;::: 'Wed.
Agt. $11 J.eb.nn.W ]1e.aT. ........ L. 1130 P 10 1
( ; a "A hundred thousand dollars Well. Wed and lat. 41 00& Ar.... ..........H....... .. .........LY 198opmwe d. ...dNa
iri; 1T' I was only Joking. When shall. it be.dearr' OULP. W. J.. T17U, L L>S'WIZ. D.IIy. 'Ot Da'lfCIeJ't 8na... .
-Boston Traveller. .... ..... ............ ... Tralne tit and sa Carry Through Pullman,
w.......... .... ........ ID.1Jan lU..r lteamen(-linetanmosW.Mndawednada Buffet Sleeping('an .andIrldayatTaraCocos .,.It.<
Rockl.dg. Irau Oallle.
JIIerbuamo II
and Intermodlate'polate Indaan; River.
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The fire principal fortresses in Buigaria 0 : Yslhoorno a. ....... Jacal.avUN Y.Thursday and Saturday at 7..m..arrive a' ,!'ItY1I1.1:30: p.Gal
are at Kustchnk Silistria and 1 OltTrain dally II s'12. ID arrive a. Oawtllorao a' 1201J,
(after witnessing her first ohtis- p burg a:32: n"'k"UI.1k 5 N p. m. Tula leaving.Jacklo..JlIo 'r spaarrl.a Ill
teD1og-M'annn--) do they water Widden on the Danube, Yarns on the aetersb.qO.blaD 4:08: t. m"Lsarh.. 4o p. m.. Clearwater;
-. themto 8R TarpollSpriDp IUp.m.
m.. IO aD
make them row?.Pick. Me Un' Black.., and ShumU in the interior. The ADVOCATE does all kinds of Job Printing. 'W. II; COFFW dally-cep..nDdaJ'. ACKERLY.
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INDIAN ,B1VKB DVOCA. &..JULY 16, 1897 T ')1

... IF. MAYONNAISE DRESSING rr-: Invite your.Attention to my Complete Stock of Spring and Summer Resorts on the East Coast R'y. ,.1'

seat t.m. .*. world of vplradof The Grad Beeret ., a aneeeesftal Mkywso* '

th. p 1endor of thln eyM aalsei.Haoee Tartar*-Other Pressln ti. Glassware and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods! Stoves Tinware Gran- '
Lamps ,
b mlM. lorq
tte The Florida East
not in Coast Railway to Miami. The Miami A Key West
?''Wba'8" UI7 Imap i fat "It is astonishing what delicious sal. iteware, doors, sash and blinds and Builders' Hardware, water coolers. Ice cream Line to Key West ; Steamship q

ads may be made out of nothing if the freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves 4f1\1'deu.tools,
"''bat ar* days witbouthy without tby presence oar*. !lance ia all right" says a bon vivant. plows and harrows, paints and oils, Fruit jars and Jelly glasses! poultry nettingand KEY WEST-Hotel Key West $4 and upward, special'weekly and commercial

'Who'to the m BlgbU : UaYo. And now oome directions for making barbed wire, rates. Open entire year. A. M. Taylor, Manager. General offices: bt. Augustine.
b> '
U thou Antl good mayonnaise, the foundation of a Harrison Bros' 'Ready Mixed Paints." C. B. KNOTT, I

p.\oD'O kIN on redlip dleth variety of dressings. It is from the New Tin shop in connection with store. Large Galvanized Iron Tanks Special; General Superintendent Florida East Coast Hotel System.Travelers' ;

U'ho red York Tribune: ty. Made to order,and as cheap as the ordinary wooden OU"" flnntraoU. taken anywhere In the
Scant) is the U1ypertume Break the yolks of :9 in a deep County for tin roofing Gnrtortnir, etc' Please write me for Prlnrai. I respectfully nollnlt a portion -----
buds unfold. eggs or your patronaice. Mail Orden given Prompt and" Careful Attention, and inquiries for
Till the soup plate, add half a teaspoonful of prices answered promptly; >

There can bo no touch of musts chord dry mustard .a little pepper and a salt- ::1.\.2:. ,252. G4- ."C"I3JIJn.: Hotel. *" :

Till the the meter's DI7ni thought the la aliens spoonful of salt. In hot weather it is a West Palm Beach, Fla. .

U find the word. good plan to use a china bowl which is .

placed in a saucepan with some pounded Bay Street ,p Jacksonville Fla. J
would darken bite rain ,
Iforlds should oeas* to shin*. .ice as the colder it; is the better. .
What If the ara son life and love to m..t thon Then with the back of a wooden spoon This hotel Is now under now management, and has been thoroughly renovated!
of thlnef proceed to work these to. HOMESEEKERS throughout. if '
Ub r.ft ingredients .. -. -
Bellnger in Boston Tran.oripLSPOONS. ;,
Emily the
always stirring same way Bus meets--Mil Trains, and Kloctrlo ,Cars pass door. Bath rooms and all 1
and moisten from time
to time with Conveniences floor. fi
on every
olive oil whioh should be poured on I

o<.Their Origin Unknown) Tny drop by drop. To do this easily a small Who arc Seeking a Home in the OPEN ALL THE YEAR.I:'y I

> Pat Are So Very Ancient. hole should be made at the side of the ., a I Rates:-Ameilcan Plan, $2 to Itt.OO: ; European, boo to $1.) Special by .
cork through which the oil is allowed to
desire to know about the soar- Mrs. FINLEY, Proprietress.
{of you really reliable data on the histo- escape in drops. After the mixture has South should send' to the undersigned t Iij ,
/ been worked for short time is
a vinegar ,
of spoons, take down your handbooks added in- small at intervals sl :
quantities -
very = n t
and see if it doesn'tto ;* = '
i encyclopedias like the oil bearing always in for a of 1;
long while to learn anything copy the \ I:: f '0
you mind that the relative quantities of oil t 01 ,
their origin "nativity dq"
icerning and vinegar to be used are as five to : bJ '
fact the antiquarians do not \
' In This is continued until the desired 'i! -
one. s
tend to give us anything of value int quantity of sauce is made. Florida East Coast Homeseeker.We c-n- ;!;a a 'g o ,
line. It is admitted that they are = I l. 1
The great secret of a successful may 4 ili: 'i!
ery ancient;, but just exactly how :3 't j I '
onnaise ia in constant working and also
J they are and by whom and wherey in avoiding the use of too much oil at iffiiJ1 ;4 1 1I

were first need are points upon once in the beginning: Impatience will have lands for ,Fruit Growing Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for 5 : > : 14

ich we are left completely in the spoil it. When finished, it should be of Winter and Summer.Homos. Climate the healthiest In the United States. ;! t=
rk. Creighton says, "Spoons must a: ... ,!
of unworked and _
the consistency butter Apply to .
re boon a very ancient invention, for .:2 'ff; -I-
when properly made should stay on the

axon amented spoon with of perforated gems, was. silver found gilt in a plate when that is turned upside little down.In cold. JAS. E. I NCR AH AM',. Land Commissioner. ,. : w ', f 1111 rr: ,3 ill
making a mayonnaise a '
ve at Sarre Thauet." white sauce is well to have on hand as FLORIDA,'BAST. COAST R'Y, $ \ 3jaa #i'
hen forks were unknown, spoons '
if the component parts disintegrate aa c1 :
at the ta- :
important part
yed a very they do sometimes it may be instantly J i.. tft .1\f
of the thirteenth century '
Spoons ,. \ \ ni
of -- -- --
restored by mixing in a good. spoonful -- -- I J t
later, had handles terminat-
even $
[ in a knob knot acorn or other odd white sauce. FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC : ; I 4rkIIipt r
cumbersome devices. About the This mayonnaise foundation may be COMPANY : ( :1A i
treated in various ways to make differ- I '. i
sod of the' restoration of whioh so *
ent dressings. Sauce tartare 1 is simplya (Successors to THE A. B. .CAMPBELL CO.) I
}ch is said in English history, a great i l ; i d
mixed with chopped cC' \
mayonnaise up ; =
made in the forms of
age was J !
capers or cucumber pickles. Green mayonnaise Pianos Organs and Musical Merchandise. I. 2 fJt
of the mEl
5U8. In some unique patterns \ "
is concocted in .
by working some
i "spoon1> part was divided into two extract of spinach which Is made by c t .! tj flg4AP !;

ee and even four parts and the han pounding raw spinach to a pulp and A CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE. = :
i always split or twisted and turned then putting .it. into a clean muslin We purchased in January last the Immense stock of Pianos, Organs, shoot :( : '
J instead of down and back. Spoons cloth twisting the opposite ends so as music and musical instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out ..- :n1i1
(that period were all blunt instead of of Pianos and at unheard-of low make %
the stock Organs prices, to room for a full
all the This is
to extract juice. put on .
|ng pointed as in the forms generallyn line of the celebrated Conover, New England, Schubert and Klngsbury Piano I .sj
the fire until it coagulates and then ia #
at present. They continued short We have the following pianos, which are worth from f 100 to $200 more than we c # ij I'
1 blunt down to the time of George worked through a hair sieve. A red ask for themConoveretrlo : 1 illt1! ;

mayonnaise is made by pounding some K, wal................. ...,...$:tw) Halnes Dro ., style mah...... .......,.$2oo S !
1 had the handles turned down in. .. ...eb. .........:........ ..... 2M Malcolm Love wal.Rtelnway ................... fen I .
Another good salad dressing, which u ,!T.wal........................ 8004UO eb..................... seau I a lh
I of up. is easier to make than thin mayonnaise Meb..,.w..h...... ) Everett, .h..................... 1M: -- Ih 5
bout the year 1500 'what were .i >. K, wal .............. .... 81M! KlnKsbury, .trle n el>.............. .... .., 220
consists of the yolks of four hard boiled MoCammon, style rawil.. ....... ..,,..,.. 3(10 .. A eb........ ........:;.. "I
wn as "apostle spoons" were intro- some tarragon, chives and parsley .. |" !2$ mab........... ....M.. 80027IJ Knabe Grand ...... ? ... .... 2iMWo k V SisJllIl!
ed. They were BO called becausey eggs T.wal........... .. / BtuyvmantNewnby en'wal... ..,,.,,....,,.... 1TB ;
which has first been blanchod and then 7, eb....................., 2IM .,................., :Ton y
had the of the 12
figures apostle'spved pounded together, and then mixed with Halnes Bros., .' Aeh.............. ....... StM A Evans .b.. ....................I lie: I
upon their handles. They were .. .. 3eb.-.........; 175WO Jas. M. Star, eb.......................... 110 f fflilr 1 { 'I
berally given by sponsors to children the yolks of the eggs. This is then .. u 8, mall. ................. Morris' e 100

[heir time of baptism. The.wealthy moistened with a gill of salad oil and a Some of these pianos have boon rented, but we have had them re-polished and e; ; :,l lz4

isented the entire 12, those who could tablespoonful of vinegar and seasoned put In thorough order, and we guarantee them to bo satisfactory or momey refunded idj11 Q ,, '.
with pepper and salt. This mixture is We furnish a stool, scarf instruction book and delivered f. o. b. Jack. = :;
i afford to indulge in such jextrava-
thereupon rubbed through a tammy sonville; cash or.installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us. m'r
ce giving one or more, according as FREYER A BRADLEY MUSIC 1 COMPANY
like a puree and is kept on the ice until ,5>-
(y felt most able.e .curious and Remarkable ready for use. With a good dressing any 24 East Bay btroet, Jacksonville, Fla; :aOrt"EL: :: O 'OLrs't::: 't w

bits of cold vegetables or fish left over
-- --- - -- --- --
u in the world perhaps is a "ooro-!
from the table will make a good salad ,
ion the ,
spoon, preserved among with :I30TFfL35.: :
and if prettily served a garnish '
cr royal relics in the tower of Lon- will add an appetizing dish to the menu.A Perfectly now hotel with all modern Improvements." Located on park, one .J'

i. The bowl ia of gold and the han good housekeeper once said that two Nice family home Pleasant location block from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid vlowjof BUoayne Bay Kate* ;,
of silver. The handle is down ; ;
split ,:-J day and upward. Special rates. by week or month.
din per
courses of her well appointed daily house and furnishings new; con ifo
middle'and set with all kinds of Fort Pierce Hotel Modern .' 'or
ner'cost her nothing.the soup and the veniences. No better !
ious stones. The relio is valued at
salad and they were the very things ing in the State. J. & F. M. TYLER,
yet ,
ut .20,000: of ::
or upward 100000. rON :3:3ON
fit. Louis Republic. that made her. table seem always so INDIAN RIVER, Near Inlet.Forl Pierce, Fla. Proprietors.Formerly OCEAN :BEACH ROUSE./rte :

well provided.Frhteo. of New Haven, Conn.


e Matchoorian has always been In Jewelry. Opposite Daytona, near the City; Beautiful Boulevard; Surf bathing. Sum .I.i"

lire i that there were large deposits of Fanciful ornaments are decidedly pop- HOTEL ALGONQUIN mor Rates $7 and $4 per wook. Special rate to families. House open all the year. .:':.t.

"in hia midst" but he used to mine 4 Address MRH.) 1(. O..BERRY, Sea Urecre, FU. <;k

that they were under the control ular.Diamond :.. ... .. ,'t
tipped aigrets are in demand M. W. EATMAN, Proprietor, -- --- -- - -- '---' -'----- --- .
I evil spirits and he therefore would .
for off fashionable coiffure. .
finishing a
' touch them himself allow I ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Opened Sf- ,
nor any The :Hotel: Placid '
A simple but effective finger ring employs -
> else to. A good deal of that old January 1894 .
two contrasting atones one placed New Furniture and Fixtures thnmifliont. 'jif I
sense has been brayed out of him by
; slightly above the other in a coiled ring Electric bells In every room. Fronting- Old JACKSONVILLE,:.FLORIDA.
ent events-the war and the practi- of gold. Blare Market and Via. ,.. Overlooking the Hay, .
enterprise of the Russians in his ter- with one ocean vl w. All white help. Rates In the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west
>ry-and the fields are now being Bicycling hunting golfing and yacht $a.OO per day soil upward. Bpeolal' weekly rates. one block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished, throughout. '1
ned. They are abundant and are ing all supply motifs for brooches and Sample room. I Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meats all trains Term ':J.M per day soul : .{
upwards. Special rate by the week. N. L. WARD Proprietor.
nd all over the country and will have aoarfplna. .. ,
most important influence in its de- The glittering llzard, armored in dia- -1 .n

opment. The climate soil and geo- monds and jacinths with emerald eyes, 'w

phical situation of ,Manchuria are continues to please. :Fischer Cottage. DAYTONA HOUSE r'
orable to the maintenance of |
a large Brooches represent! this. season popular

ightened and progressive population bridesmaids' presents.Fancy IP1.lm: Stroot; ;, Tl.1-1s"Vl.11o: ; : F1a. A. 8. DICKINSON, Proprietor.

root of which in many races inter- watches will remain popularso located between both depots. Airy rooms, good table, pure drink. J
nded Centrally ThU house and located has been furnished la
through many ages, is already the fashion continues of wear- centrally pleasantly newly ; now
long aa ing
better than before to furnish comfortable home to tourist and
re. With a Russian railroad running month. ever prepared a
ing them on the outside of the.Tewelen' corsage. : $2.00 per day; special rates by the or *
the traveling public generally. I ..tend" hearty Invitation to all old friend
ongh ,the country and Port Arthurthe CHR. F. FISCHER, Proprietor. 4
01rcula.r.What the East Coast to call and A. S. DICKINSON
outlet on see me. Daytona, FU. i
and inlet of its commerce .. '
--- -
new chapter of its history wm be --- !
nod and the humdrum career which do you need In the way of ARTIIUR.T. FEASTER. -

:in IllS,pursued and as*much since further the days back of as Kublai anyy envelopes We heads shall,. statements be, note glad and to have tags letter,share cards heads of, your eta bill? IN IAN'i RIVER :e:O..i..t.iI: :..., Seminole Hotel *f l lOPEN' .

wishes to go, may merge into a work. .
re active and enterprising one giv- "'' l
her a new status in the world and a '

"buns relation to ita affairs.-Naw York OPEN ALL THE-YEAR ROUND. ; + Indian River. WEST, PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. .:.I

Fin.ARTHUR This hotel 1.I substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to ! Religions Ia New Zealand.New i tbd railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boat attached to the hotel, :.
e Seaside Inn -----'" with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Jtates, from $:J.OO per day and l'
Zealand Gazette give the T. FEASTER. upwards; special rate by the week or month. ilx J. ROYCE ,+
i tables dealing with "Religions
MANAGER.' : UEOKGE ZAi'F, Proprietor. 'I"
he People." Out; of '703.360 the to- .. ..
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population 703,238 gave answers !f

the census forms. The Episcopalians. A NEW The beet; of Surf Bath Open All The Year. HOTEL"COfiDINA ORDIONU-DY-TIIE-SEA, FLA. '1.1.:0': .

bored 281.166; the Presbyterians. Btnt.Di.iro, lag, Good Fishing and a 'f;!
beautiful wide, smoothLY -
; Methodists of all kinds
( ), over and ""'
000; Roman Catholics, over 97,000. beach for Driving Only a few minutes' Open for Summer Season of 1807 June 22nd. FIneSurf Bathing, Fishing anil )

> other sects come far below these rV1t cIsnED. Bicycling. walk from Railway stations 'f'
wheeling. /SEA! FOOD A SPECIALTY. )'
ires. Unitarians. number 375. "Oar Rates, $2.OO. per day. Specialby and Steamboat land- ;

her'a; Church"numbers, 80. There ia the'Week. @ 3,. ings.On HARRY L. BEEMAN, Manager. ", j,

1 'esoteric Christian" one "salva- f. r' tIle banks of the Now open for'the Summer Season. <(
> Catholic STEWART A GRAMLING, Proprietors 'a n far-famed Indian River. "
"sinner saved '
one by -
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*. and one "Christian freethinkOne ]
--' -- HOUSEh
is a "Bible freethinker" an- -"c' y STANTON '
'r""believe "in hia Maker;" there' iapessimist. The Swannanoa.-. The Colonnades

one "natist, one -
lilt and one heathen." Nearly AShEVILLE, N. C. *' !

UOO objected to'state their po tion 'st On the Peninsular, opposite DAYTOXA. R D. J. JONES_, Proprietor.I *. ,i..,; d unobtrusive,
THOUGH and well-f mulshed with all Modern Conveniences, electric
Large, airy ,
.... there Is DO better conducted hotel InAsbevllle. Rates $2.00 per day.: Special Terms to.Families 't;
. .peeI Ilia The popularity of The Swan! lights, bells, etc. -

.e," said the young passen- nanoa Is due to Ita unique location Its Plenty; of shade outside hotel make It a delightful place for children. t'

. marriage always steadies a man. home-like atmosphere the excellepc: : of Dancing twice week In ..lno., iilI- :

'act, he leem. to have more control Its cuisine and Its very moderate prices. REDUCED RATES for Summer season, 1.60 per week and upwards. En>,| I- ((1
r himself." $2.50 per day. Liberal weekly rate f' 11< ':
Ind gage lour rooms at once Two Minutes Walk from Central \
the weary looking man with the R. R. BAWLS, 'fI'. t tall
ifol of FREE HACK from Daytona depot. ;;Address: Depot.
bundles could U.
elf: "Control of himself only say Great to Central, on. street car line. Prop' SYDNEY HAIOn, Prop., : Tif a : '
ttt"-Cincinnati N. -C. **', ". 4 Seabreeze, FU. ATTANOOOA, .
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i1 Will Olives Grow' on the East tine and St. Sebastian. 'Capt tfonston'!. SVILLE II the County Seat of Brevard. It 'S the bead of navigation on the famous Indian
met with an accident, In aboard I TI River I. nearly oppoalte. the north entrance to Banana River, and III 1M.mIl6. south of Jacksonville.
Coast?, tbe steamer at Titusville stepping on'the .S'' j Titusvllle has five white and two colored CIJUIVHCO', good white and colored schools; also
gang-plank and breaking one of his tannin extract, fibre and Ice factories; lumber yard, electrlc fight works) a brick jail, a good and

JACKSONVILLE, FLA., July 12, '97. arm*. The Injured member has been safe banking Institution, opera house brick, armory for the Indian River Guards, two hotels, several
112* set and the patient is doing nicely under boarding houses, shelled roads, two railroads? a steamboat line, two fine wharves for sail and steamboats
Editor Advocate SIn M the care of Df. Brown. The hunting and fishing is excellent: ,and the hammock and other lands in.thI88'Otion-for! orange',

Ar4'i''i 1 r reply to the communication In the It Is our painful duty to announce the lemon, peach, rice,, sugar-cane and many other things, as well as vegetable growing-are said to be some
ADVOOAT: from Mr. E. Silk, of Sliddle- death of our esteemed townsman Capt.: of the finest in the state. Pineapples also may be grown here under partial shade.
John B. Smith, which occurred Monday Among Titusvllle's prominent and live merchants-whose standing advts. will be found on this
town, N. Y., re tbe above, I may say morning, Jul12th, after ten weeks' suf- page-are the following, for whom we solicit a share of the patronage of the ADVOCATE, readers:
that the olive Is a native of the shoresof
fering from an incurable malady(cancer), II
the Mediterranean sea on both sides.It endured by him wlth-patience> and forti-

r +, grows well In Florida, at Mandarin, tude, until death brought him a bleated ROBBINS & GRAHAM IDUREN &, FEASTER.....
on the farm of HOD. Moses C. Brown, relief. His last days were brightened by

I where It has fruited for 23 years abundantly tbe wife unremitting,' and all ministrations that skillful of medicalaid a lovIng GROCERIES, FRUITS& & VEGETABLES. Florida ail'
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: and Just across the state line, in and careful. attention of friends and ,
f Georgia;at Duo eDDelll, on Cumberland neighbors were possible to be done. Western Meats of All Kinds Crockery Gtaaa and Tinware.

. .. Island. I have myself seen about 60 Capt. Smith was born at Gosben Conrf, WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND I Your patronage Sollcitej
July 1st, 1828. B0 early showed a pre- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
1 trees In bearing at the time of my visit dilection for a sea-faring life, and be- UNITED STATES COURTS.

The place la owned by Andrew Carnegie.I came captain of a vessel when but 18 ,. ,-=
;'r have seen the trees there loaded and years of age. He was very mu
ter ,:' ICCIVCB TNSHieHEsr the ground covered with them. Oil was, in yachting, sailing winning boats ABSTRACTS of Title Finished

'i'': AWARD( PURJTT. at the time of' one of my visits, being in many and New regattas Bedford of the yacht New clubs York,,In Boston one fqr Lands in Breitrd and Dade Groceries Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple Fancy Groceries( pj

"I ; manufactured<< from the ripe fruit, and of which he beat the famous Uerreschof. And Food Product of all kind. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,Grontj
: li KOBT. W. SIMMS, '1 per quart was paid by me for It. He lived many years In New Bedford Counties. Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively: !b
t } i1 la Tripoli 60 trees are planted to an. and Boston, coming to Florida In the the above line of good. We invite your correspondence and solicit your patronJ,
i SOLE AGENT, AND winter cf 1800 and Intending to stay but. -
d acre, which yield 1,800 pounds of fruit, I six: : months. At Titusvllle he built the Very truly,'X. L. BRADY A BRO., Tltuiville, PU."JLJtCJfcli .

l :.Wholesale Liquors. which give 600 to 660 Ibs. of oiL. They: house-boat Ploneer" ln which he sailed We"have ,a large lli&t:i =
In soils and hillsides and down Indian River. Arriving at Eau
dry on ,
f J' .' Jacksonville. Florida. come into full bearing the tenth year Gallle, he was so much taken with the of Lands owned by- .e/ S Om.:: ...,
of its surrounding that
'f: VT-: Write for Prices.PINEAPPLE but begin to bear In three years. Two he determine to settle In its vicinity.He ourselves and clients. Pro'tecrt Y'e>'U.r PrOperty
___ .-'---- hundred and forty quarts have been homesteaded at Coral.Beach,on Ban. BY INSURING IN The "Old Hartford'" Fireman's Fund Providence Wwh.
, picked from one tree. ana river, and purchased a small placeat Price for unimprovedlands Ington, or Sun Mutual Insurance Company. All well known as the strongest aid
Tropic and has lived here ever since. safest companies America. GEO. B. HUMPH, JR.,
t In Morocco, they estimated 76 trees to Capt. Smith was well known all along $3 to $1OO t Agent for East Coast,
l the more, and. :yield of 1,126 gallons of the East.Coast, and "lIIloDA' be remembered Titusville, Florida
: ; oil, at from 100 to 2,60 bushels of olives. for his genial, happy manner. He per acre.WE .
t.' fJ The oil Is extracted from the ripe fruit leaves a widow, who hat the sympathy
( of her friends at tbe loss of the
Si//. If. by pressing. companion many to whom she has been at- have a few Residence, Orange G: CARP ELWES,
,ij!, : The green fruit Is used for p'lckling. : half a century, leaving her '
*. They are soaked In two or' three waters comparatively alone, her children-three Grove and Pineapple Properties In de- FIRE: INS'U'RANCE.::: :: : '
for several days, and then put Into' salt sons, of whom one (Harold Irving Smith)
Is marine editor of the Boston Morning sirable locations. Prices Reasonable.
, d and water. Wholesale price of oil SOo. Advertiser-being marrlad and residing Representing some of the Leading 'Fire Insurance Companies. Will writ
to 93 per gallon. '
Policies anywhere in Brevard County.
r rI An olive grow. wild In Florida. OFFICES : I l WEST PALM BEACH

,I Tours, etc., Boys,, Watch Tills. and MIAMI. u- Tour Business Solicited. *

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'' Ii, The Hon. E.N. Buick, senator from lew 1897 Model! Globe Gasoline
*, Card of Thanks. Dade and'Brevard counties, has given EngIne.
notice that Dade has B. H. DICKEY Groceries. AJ. T. HINTON
l county a vacancy manager Mutt|
;, PLANTS. at the South Florida Military and Educational IStationary
1 COCOA, FLA., July 10, '07. Institution at Bartow. Applicantsfrom East Coast Grocery & Meat Mark
which the of will ---l'-'
Indian River Band, Titnsvllle, Fla.' i appointment one ,
be made, will meet at West Palm Beach ..
Take Notice. -
Gentlemen:-Cocoa Cornet Band wish I
for examination on August 20. Titusville: Fla.
I to express to :you theft sincere thanks .
Red Spanish and Fancy Variety Slips for the courtesies extended them on Fine Groceries Articles
a and Suckers for Sale. FOB first class shoemaking and repairing Staple
'!I ..., Apply to their visit to your town July 6th. With ,
, \j W. GORDON DBOWN, best wishes for your future success, call on J. A. Daughtery Washingtonavenue e Fraits YeKetablal
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( Ilobe Sound: Fla. Yours truly, Titnsvllle, Fla.. Shoes madeto -

,' L. S. ANDREWS, order in fine style. Western and Florida MEATS of all Kiods
""1If. Seo't,. O. C. Band. 00 .. !

+c a' Fancy: Pineapple Slips. & Suckers m Reading notice ads. on'this page fT"will Special be Attention given to Mall Order Give a trill mil I
you pleased.
for Sale. are five cents per line per week.
( ,Eau Gallie. .,,. 1
" k "Abbaku, Egyptian Queen, Golden -
I Queen, Porto Rico Smooth Cayenne and THE DECANTER.
Bed Spanish. Apply, to Professor Kline was In town this week. GRUBER &:. GRIGGS'

I MADDOCK. MATTHAMS, Al Ooode, of Melbourne, was In town
"Palm Beach Pinery," last week. Soda Fountain Lesley & : ten .ker
,,,, West Palm Beach, Fla. H ,
Bob Hardee of Sebastian made
us a and Marine Ifcto 125 H. P. The

.. Pines. short visit last Monday.Dr. TITUSVILLE, FLA.. Safest Power,most for Launches.Reliable,Economical: Auxiliary and Power Durable for Foreign and V Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and lblsle,

Fancy Brown, of Melbourne, was here WHY are cold drinks at our stop the talk of yachts and business boats and where stationarypower .,. ,
Is Bottled Beers Ales and Stout .
Tuesday, attending Capt. Houston. the town 4BECAUSE required.BENJ.. '
,:a; Before placing your order for Smooth they are prepared with tbe purest W. JEROME, A First-class Line of Cigars. Billiard Pool!
Representative see and Tables.
Sole for
i'Il" Abbaka Mrs. E. J. Burns came down from fruit iuions only. Manufacturers In tlk*
write for
.. Cayenne delivered or state Canaveral on the steamer Spartan, Mon WHY do the children request their mother'sto State of Florida. ROCKLKDOB, FLA. Family and'hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention Riven to mail I
price drinks
; quantity. take them to our store for old .
!\ CKBSCKNT PIHEHT BECAUSE they are better Judges.generally of Catalogues; and prices on application. orders.<< 'Cash must accompany your order. LOSLET A RENAKER,Tltuevm.lit
day.Mrs. '.
BAUIA FLA. Capt. J. A. Lovelace left last good things.WHY do the people turn to our store when
,.. Saturday, for a visit to''her former home deftlrlnit something oolcl and refreshing to drink?
at Green Cove Springs. BECAUSE, tint of all,we seek to please the TitusYille Barber Shop
Pineapple Plants for Sale. taste of our patrons and. not to take advantageof L. R. .DECKER.
The houseboat Rochester returned their thirst. ...,.
Red Spanish, Egyptian and Ripley Wednesday, from Tltusville, where she CFTobaoeo: ,Cigars,Candy and Froltj ----:- ..
q.teen Envllle City, Porto went for a cleaning and overhauling. Call at the above place and get your ---]::: Will keep: constantly band a Full Supply of ::::[--

Rico, Charlotte Rothchilds and Smooth Mrs. Ural nerd arrived here
Cayenne. Gu..ranteedflrst-class. plants.J. Eugene from Branford Flo. and Is --=--= -- -- Hair Cut, Shave, Shampoo
Eden, Fla. visiting Mrs. Gleaaon, at Hotel Granada. or,Tonsorial work of all kinds done by .

Dr. Hughlett, of Cocoa, ran down Fri taugatforkfUrskamsan's$ H. "a". MEADOR, Prop., ,
I day evening, to attendCapt. Smith, and ae&ifiioca.' and Rough.
Choice Pineapple Plants. relieve, if possiblehis patient's last Bookkeeping Clurt Washington ave., Titusvllle, Fla.
hours. No teacher required. Also Mouldings and Turned Work; Brick Lime Cem.ii

Smooth Cayenne, Envll City: Abbaka, Master Mechanic Miller, of the F. E. Booklet giving full mr All communications for this paper ,
t and Red Spanish, grown without cover C. Ry., was here Saturday evening, examining particulars,free. Addreea,Qa............ should be addressed "THE ADVOCATE, and Crates of All Descriptions.,
and from Guaranteedlrstclass. --. N. J. Principal and rounder Abra- '
young plant the boiler of the steamer Titusvllle, Fla. This will Insure Immediate Tituistvi11o
Apply. or address, ourtenay. kamson Business College. Established 1880. attention. : tl .,. FJ.or1da.
es Eden, Indian River Fla.r Mr. Spilman, of the Jacksonville Flor-
) ida Citizen was in our town this week, JAMES: PBTTCHABD, President; W. M. BROWN, ee-President:
looking after the Interests of his popu- FOR SALE.... :Home-Grown C. S. Schuyler, Cashier f
Fancy Pineapple Plants. lar V
paper. .V

%#. Hardy smooth-leaved, vigorous-, grown Cayenne without, Abbaka shelter Tropic Mrs., George Thursday Ensey, to spend came the over day from with PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERSOf INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

\ i t anti Jamaica Ripley plants for sale. Mrs and HIM Gilbert previous to their ,
departure for the north. the following Varieties : I'
K. C. B. TTNDALL, (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
Wave land, Fla. Vice-President Parrott and Supt. Goff, Abbala, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, Ripley Queen, Smooth I
of the F. K. C. R'y., were here Thursday Authorized capital, $J 00,000< >
evening of last week, on their private Cayenne, Pernambuco and Red Spanish. ... ----r i: \ Paid up capital $25,000|
.' Porto Rico Slips, oar, making a tour of Inspection. :;
r Apply to O. C. MATTHAMS. Florida Pineapple Co., I = I Average deposits, $J60i
Grown under cover. Apply for prices W. B. Dorton left ,last Saturday fora West Palm Beach, Fla. -- ..:
II t. to the Delaney Porto Rico Pineapple two months visit to his old home, at Transacts General BanliB
u. Plantation, Mlcco, Fla. Flows, N. C. lie will return In time for.

d the Archdeacon next winter's Brown truck will gardening.hold divine S .$Er:: :aeOS.:: Easiness.

Pineapple Slips for Sale. service at the Casino next Sunday. ,It I lit
Morning service at 10:30; evening ser Largest and Oldest Bail on

v Red Spanish, Queen's. Porto Rico's vice, with lecture, at 7:30.: All are wel, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Exchange sold on all Foreign Countn'
wand Abakka's, from well-cultivated: and come. I
well-fertilized plants. Growers know .
Night Operator Goodwin, of the F. E. DIRECTORS;
ibis pays. Address. C. Ry, had his bicycle sent to him Tuesday VEHICLES Jas.PuTCHABo.'W.B.BAAAETTpaid(\ M'J|
JOHNTArtaR, HARNESS t of the ,!lIe |
EL National Bank of Jack on I..
r* 'O. K. WOOD, Agent Stuart, Fla. from New Smyrna, and has now rxrvKiB: (Vice-president National BwJacksonville
joined the ranks of our increasing. num- ),' and W. M. BHOWI.:
e} ber of wheelmen.
Smooth Cayenne : Bicycles. National of New' 1
: Pineapple Rev. W. C. Barnes gave an Interestingand : National Bank of Jacksonville.Bank loure I
f Suckers for Sale. Instructive lecture on India, at the
b a Casino, last Thursday evening. Tbe Largest Stock and Lowest Prices in the South 1 I".rUSVILLE, FLA.
subject Illustrated by a large number _
I Have 25,000 to 60.000 Smooth Cay'enne .
t pineapple suckers for sale;' all of very fine stereoptlcan views. Correspondence" 1I01l lied. Agents for Victor, Barnes and Carlisle Wheels

V home grown, and strictly first class. Come again. JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA. .
Cheaper than. any other reliable firm Deputy Sheriff I Ford sold fifteen cratesof o
f, will sell.' pineapples, Saturday off the. Powell ... ulfi .0..
", 'f'' OKO. W.'WMQHT, place, at Aiplnwall, on an attachment in o (J ...
Orlando, Fla. -. favor of the State Bank of Eau Gallle. The PremierTlour of America. mbO .
Frank Turner purchased the lot for -g RESCRIPTIOXS r
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; $1 per crate. 0 9U
Guayas Wanted. L... ROPERLY AND
Cant. W. II. returned from (DiC
; McIntyre ROMPTLY .
',, '! Highest cash price paid for guavas, In Miami last week, the steamer Santa Unexcelled XviiJtBL Biscuit .. REI"ARED.
. 't l. any quantity: and at any station on the Luola being laid up for the summer e s S0l :: C!
: Kaat: Coast Railway. Write or apply tot months. Capt. McIntyre will relieve i
. ,, Il JAS. CARfItLlt Capt. Lovelace on the steamer Courte- X Wf5fcSI.M cf r .3 d
Ormond, Fla. nay: c 0.
;. Refer to Editor ADV CA n.L Addison Mayberry who has been busily For MLJwQl9H[ and o I.. .u

engaged the past two montha ship | : s

Notice to Taxpayers.The ping pineapple from his place, at Aspln- mcAtwitmmStci F 'I ,c...
+ wall, left last Monday for his home at / nFRED.
Woodley Ill, with the Intention of returning (/) .
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time for payment of town taxes Bread M ? Pastry.
his ito
In September with family: ,
pf the town of Titusvllle has been extended ,
and making his home at Eau Gallle.
to Aug. 1/1897, at the expiration -- "CO. DRUGGIST
i S* of which period there will be no further Capt. John Houston returned last :
extendon.. By order of the Town Coun- Monday, from Jacksonville, where he SpecialSCHAFFEEt& ,
cil. has been engaged the past three montha Attention Paid t0 Mall Orders.
Represented F. I. JACKSONVILLE FLA. .
by BURST Cu t..EH ;
t i 4 O. CABT-ELWBU, Clerk. with repairs On the steamers St. Angus e ...........' Druggist. I Tltusvil' e.., FI't,


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