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Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: July 23, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS -Mrs. F. S. Cbaffee Is Improving from FOR ALL Kinds of Bicycles and Sundries .-Mr. Goo, ; W. Scoble returned from R Do You Need Shoe? 1IOTKI. 3OTKS.::'
her recent Illness. send to F. W. BEans, St. Augustine the north yesterday, after several weeks' I 'S S

Ld Topic of General Interest. -Mr. Oeo. M. Robbing bas been on a Fla. absence. r If so, do not fall to pay me a visit and WHERE to stoP.--;:; list of hotels on

visit to Miami this week. -.Read the new ordinance, recently examine my fine line of men's, ladles'J our 7th
Utz sad General OoMlp In oonneetlonuk -La week 41,033 pounds of mullet passed by the Town Council, which will .I boys and Misses shoes. page ;
| BIse :rae Bay, Lake Worth,Indian '-Mr. Will Knox has been spending were shipped from Titusville. be found on our 8th page. prices to suit everybody. Examination The Seaside la*, Seabreeze nnder the
l Wed several daJ'sln town, on a visit to his I KLINK.Titusville able management of Stewart Gramling, '
and Halifax Rivers, Key means purchase. Jn.iin
nn Brown of Aurantla In
Mr.
C. was -Cap,. McIntyre of Cocoa passed
,
Is said to be business
i all other Important Points alOD"the father.Mr. town business. F Ii.I dolag quite !good 'j
yesterday, on through here yesterdays The captain
ut Coat of Florida. Brief mention of W. S. Wagstaff, of Jacksonville, I this summer. "
have
will charge of the steamer Courte-
bterestlnff Events from Tarlous Part passed through here, Wednesday en Sheriff Brown returned from Eden a* heretofore. Anderson A Price have opened the +t
,1 the World About People fan Know route to Miami. Tuesday, with two prisoners In charge. nay Take a. Trip on Indian Jtlver. New Mount Vloiumnt House, White j

hd people Ton Don't Know-Picked -Miss Allen, of Melbourne passed -Miss Dosia Swain, Sanford, sister -The ADVOCATE received a crate of _0 Mountains, N. ]r., and they Inform us '

IB by Oar Society Editor and m large staff through here. Wednesday, en route to of .M.... John R. Walker, Is again In pineapples, Thursday, from Representative The steamer St. Angu"tine, of the In- that the season has opened with very J'::\
the R. A. Harden of Sebastian for
If Correspondent Muttered alone England to spend the balance the sum. tojjrn. dian River and Bay Blsoayne Inland Nav- favorable prospects. They are very satisfied .
... which he has thanks.
Coast of FIori. our with the amount of business ,
put Co. Steamboat Line will leave
mer. Igntlon; ,
has
H. Sams of New Smyrna
Harry ,
'-Mr. II.'J. McOlnnls of Brunswick been appointed fish warden for the above -Mr. s. M. Ackerly, Inspector of lightsIn Tltusvllle\ every Monday and Thursdayat they have done this month. ,
If you receive sample copy of section. this section, went through here yesterday A p. m. and returning, arrive at Tltns. .
Ga. The Ocean Beach house at Seabreeze
leADVOCATE, It la an intimation that passed through here Tuesday on en route to Eau Uallie, from vllle\ Thursday and Saturday, connecting u"
[ would give us pleasure to add yourme his way to St. Lucie River, to look after -We are pleased to see Mr. Robert which place he will go to Canaveral and with the Jacksonville, Tampa Key under the management of Mrs. H. C. '

to our fast-Increasing list of sub- his pineapple plantation.Mrs' Pentland again!: at his post, after several from there south.Gen'l West trains In both directions. Berry assisted by her charming daughter
Mrs. II. S. Adams is having a fairshare
ribers. It does not cost you three Wm. M. Brown and son 'and days illness. ,
G. D. who 1
Passenger Agent, of those pl nllure.soekerll go i
gnU per week (postage Included) when daughter, Mark and Louise left here, Mr. S. D. Geiger' who was quite 1
Aokerly and Freight; Agent W. T. Wood, Heavy Shipments of Mullet. to the above seaside summer resort to
Been by the yelU'i and United it can be States sent tolu Saturday last, for New Hartllord Conn., sick the early part of the week, is again. of the J., T. A K. W. Ry., arrived in enjoy the surf-bathing, wheeling, etc,
the or the balance Bummer '
to of the
in any spend able to(. be about., town yesterday afternoon, over the above and the cool and heoUh-glvInK; breexeM ''r

nada without extra expense. -Dr. G. S. Worley, St. Augustine's '-Mr. C. R. Stewart left yesterday, for( road, and loft on the steamer St. Augus- It Is astonishing the large number of of Old Ocean. Thoroughly: renovated ,,>

THE ADVOCATE, prominent surgeon; passed through here, Bonaventure where he expects: to spend tine for down river points. mullet that Is being shipped from Titus throughout as the house Is, a large '

$1.60 per annum, in advance. Monday, on his way to Eden, to per- several months.Editor ville every day. One of the biggest; ship. amount of money having recently boon (|
$1.00 six months '. form an operation on Mr. N, Saunders. ments this week was on Wednesday expended: by Mrs. Berry-who ia proprl- x ti
to foreign countries. E. D. Oslin, of the Melbourne past Coast Crops. when ninety-five barrels of mullet were etor of the hotel property-Is making
$2.00 per an. President James Pritchnrd, of the Times' was a passenger on the north- shipped over the A K. W. Ry., various welcome additions and alterations j
Indian River State Bank, Tituaville, In- and five F. E.J.fly.. making one
bound train Tuesday. The Weekly Crop Bulletin sent out by over /, for the convenience and comfort. '
forms us that the deposits are much hundred barrels In On Tuesday .

one day
.
Jacksonville of guests, and with an excellent: cuisine
-About 70 barrels of fish Director A. J. Mitchell ,
were shipped ,
In his bank this than last.
summer the fishermen Into "
larger night ran a It Is not to be wondered at that It I la \

-An effort la on foot to continue the from the various Titusville flab,firms.MI' Thursday.. morning, by says Eden.-The: weather has been floe during school of mullet over a mile In length. liberally patronized. It is located on a ';1;

fibre road as far as Mims;it is to he hoped / the past week; plenty of moisture ridge overlooking the beach, and la, '.
IJr the project will be effected as this roadIs E. B. Wager Is looking anxiously and sunshine. ,The bronzes through the Narrow Encape. naturally, but a few yards' distance .l

used probably more than any other In for a special 'Monarch racer bicycle, night and day make Florida a summer from the ocean. 71
the county. which he has had built. as well as winter resort.-T. E. Richards. -

-The fibre road extending towards La -Mr. E. L. Brady returned from Jupiter.-A few growers still have Mr. Roswell Coleman met with a pain :

Grange, has been extensively used by Miami, Wednesday, -Mr. Henry Egger pineapples to ship; others, Instead of ful though not serious, bloyclo accident Opinion of the AttorneyGeneralon
while\
wheelmen, during; the recent moon' light having returned to that city. shipping, Are making vinegar out of their sprlntlng-ln Saturday night, colliding the Ftah Law. \'It','
crowded the
with which
Cronk. a Puller
few remalnlngpIDeapples.-J W. wagon
nights, the heavy rains having put it Id -Capt. A/T..ifeaster and family are road directly In front of him. Beyond

fine condition for riding. expected to return from their visit to receiving soino bad cuts and bruises, he We give below the opinion of the AttorneyGeneral .

-Rev. Father O'Boyle appears to be Melbourne Beach about the end 'Of this Still They Come. was fortunately, uninjured, and was ableto as regards Judge Jones'

always on the move. After a visit of ten week. attend to his d title* next day as usual. interpretation of the Fuller Fish Law p

days to places In the Interior of the state -A daughter: was born to Mr. and Week after week new subscribers are Lucky for Mr. Coleman that he did not This opinion, of course, makes no difference ,

he returned home on Saturday, and heldMass Mrs. C. S. Schuyler, Monday last, weighing ; rolling Into the ADVOCATE: office. Among, get his arm or leg broken to the collision, as far as oup fishermen are concerned '.1"

in his church next: morning.A 12.lbs. Mother and child are doing the latest are: Chas. Grlttis, Titusville; which smashed his bicycle pretty badly. Judge Jones' decision being

meeting will be held to-night at well. OkC. Street Houston, Texas: ; S. Prlnson, final. The case will probably be tested I ,

the Indian River hotel, at 8:00: p. m. i-Mr. A. S. Cleveland formerly with Brlnaon.ina." j J. A. Bostrora, Stockholm, elsewhere, and carried to the Supreme ,
Ball Capture of a lllff Tarpon. l is. not likely to occur till
but this
Grove J. court
Sweden Bros. Cocoanut ;
It is
sharp, to organize a Bicycle.Club. E. L. Brady Co., of Miami, has accepted ; ; law ,rexpire. ,
that all riders Mll\mll Mrs. Wm. Fremd, after August! 16th, at which time the >
iiMtrJ6/1 TWC particularly requested a position with Mr. U. E. Coon, P.'Brlnson ;
i and every one that Is interested, will at- at Jensen.Mr. Palm Beach; C. II. Green, Pelham, N On the evening of July 10th Mr. O. S. .. :I\t\

INDIAN RIVER tend. | A. E. Roberts, Bolton N. V.\\ Tucker, son of Cap Billy Tucker of
Y'iHlss STATE or FLORIDA, I 'j1
J. A. Hodges of the firm of Rockledge; Jas. Daniels, Tl- Fort Pierce, caught and landed a tarpon \
-Among the pleasant visitors to town Hodges; & Godfrey, of Satsuma Heights, 'tusvllle; Rev. W. C. Barnes, Melbourne; 7 feet 2-lnchen long. 'The silver giant EXECUTIVE DEPAU'rMlclr.Tallahassee f ;,

.ADVOCATNever : this week were Sinters :Marie Louise and passed through here, 'Tuesday, on his T. S. Wood, Jacksonville; Robt. W. wan caught In the out from the Inlet -to Flu., July 10, '07. #
well
Bernadotte of the popular and
way north. Davis Washington, D. C.; third senator
which ,
known St. Joseph's Academy, St. Augustine. Indian River, our Editor Advocate:. v\\i
They were the guests of Mrs. S. -The appearance of our principal M. 8. QuaYt got the government to deepen. of ''t
to paper ;
Sir:-Referring copy your ;
J Is second catch of Mr.
fall to read our Inside pages F. thoroughfares Is greatly Improved by the the '
Gray.It Hotel Lake Worth Burned. sent the Governor
fou will always find something to In-i removal of the grass and weeds from the Tucker in the past! few day., both being of date July :2nd 01 herewith inclose ." .
Is that the and has boon handsomely I have the honor to copy ,
expected repairs
rest you. aides the roads.Archdeacon fine fish. The larger one General 1k.
Improvements to the! steamship Soledad Hotel Lake Worth three miles northof mounted for Capt. Tucker, and of the_opinion. of the. Attorney t
I -Mr. Henry Egger returned to Miami now In Jacksonville, will be completedwithin B. F. Brown will hold Palm Bench, the oldest hotel on Lake placed as an ornament In Ills tarpon as to Judge Jones' interpretation 01 me :

i Monday. the next three months when she divine service at St. Gabrlel's Episcopal Worth,. and a popular resort for winter saloon at Fort Pierce. Fuller Fish Luw, relating to catching
Tltusvllle next at 11:00a. In seine. and gill nets during the .1"::
I will enter the service between Nassau, N. church, Sunday tourists was consumed by flra Sunday mullet
,
-Rev. W. N. Chaudola of LaGrange; 15th
and 7:30 from June lab to August ,
P., and Jacksonville.The m. : p. m. says the Citizen. The fire originated period
reached at the church Lees- morning '
Baptist to
of
Branaconibe It will be I interest
of II. Graham as presume
urg, last Sunday.Mrs. : steamer St. Augustine has been -The steamer St. Sebastian will probably In a vacant room over the kitchen Death subscribers, and reader. (+'
business be taken to Lake Worth Creek and was discovered about 3 o'clock by your '
doing quite a good since she
H. W. Reynolds and her little to be laid till the win 1[. P. Dye, the owner, who with Very respectfully, "
commenced running on Indian River. Monday next up Captain A communication from Hon. Fred. S. D. LANG, t.\\t
aughter Mabel left Saturday buddingat
ternoon,last, to, spend here several days at Early Sunday morning last she brought ter season commences.Dr. his family, wa The occupying building the furniture, Morse, of Miami, contains the sad news Private Secretary. ';,,:
the time. '
elbourne Beach. In a load of pineapples, which were G. 'W. Holmes, of City Point and all household effects of the family of the death of MI'. U. Graham Brans- ,
taken away by special train. was called here Tuesday last, to attendMrs. combo, of that place. After an illnessof
estimated at '
-Mr. Peter J. Kevins, formerly of -Marshal Rod Smith has>been the H. J. Brown, who bas been quite were a total loss, In $111,0114)to, several weeks ho passed quietly OrrcB or THE ATTOIIWEV-GBMEBAI.: : : J JTALLAIIASHKE l ::1'.
tferrltt, but: now of New York, writes us with f3 000 Insurance. attempting three o'clock In the 14 1)7. f
111 for some weeks past. ills away In his sleep at FLA., July ,
hat he is coming down to Indian River happy recipient, this week, of a fine New to save desk, which contained all his the 20th inst. Mr. Brans- I
of .
ext winter quite a stay. York regulation policeman's helmet. -Capt. C. F. Fischer Informs us thAt prlvatpaper., ., Captain Dye wrenched combo morning had been a' resident of Miami for Gov. W. D. Bloxbam, Tallahassee. '
for The donor was Capt. Charles Phillpsen, Mrs. Fischer's health Is greatly Improved his back and sustained painful Injuries. and from Sir;-I have the honor to be In receipt .
-Mrs. W. H. McIntyre, well known at of New York who Is now interested in by her sojourn north, aad that she Is about two years, came Services Croy- of the letter of Mr. V. B. Mollvalne, of ''i,

Cocoa and Eau Oallie, has been spend- the fish business In Titusville.Dr. Increasing In weight dally. 'I don held Surrey, England. and were 1'1.0at Tampa, Fla., referred to me by you; for ..
chapel
at the Episcopal ,
ng a couple of weeks or so at Bender Up In the White Mountain, construction of the Fuller Fish Law,
onvilje, N. C. F. H. Houghton still continue -Miss Aim Brady will leave Boston, the grave In the new City Cemetery. my mullet between certain l
busy in his dental business at Daytona, Ma s., for home Wednesday next. Her Deceased was a victim to consumption relative to catching .

-Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle, who is now and will probably not go north for some many friends here will be glad to see Writing frpm Maplewood, N. II., on and was but twenty-three years of age dates. whether this law will I'
orth on a few weeks' vacation, Is having little time vet. He Is contemplating the her back after her long) absence.Mr. Monday, a Citizen correspondent says: at the time of his death. 1 do not know certain class of
an addition made to her Fort Dallas' building of a handsome cottage on his A mercy party, hailing from the Mount work Injustice upon a ,I
pome, Miami. ? lot on Ridgewood avenue. B. P. Baker,'of Key West is to Pleasant House, took dinner at the, our people or not as is charged, but It '. t
be a member of the Board of Pilot Commissioners Maplewood to-day. The party was bead- A Sad Drowning at Seabreeze. seam to me that the object and Intentof ,
-Mr. J. Bailey Robbins, of this place, -Dr. W. L. Hnghlett, who went to for the port of Key West, ed by Mr. 11. M. Flagler whose fame asa the law Is directly expressed In Its :
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bas been on a few days' visit to his parents Lancaster Va., Wednesday week, on ao vice B. B. Whalton declined to accept. hotel magnate/ Is known not only In terms, via that mullet shall not be y:
at Palatka, and returned home on countof the serious Illness of his mother, Florida but hi the White Mountains re- A sad bathing fatality oconrred on tb. caught In the waters of this State between it
onday last returned to Cocoa on Wednesday afternoon -The steamer St. Augustine brought sorts as well. Mr. Flagler was accompanied beach, Monday morning. Charles Murphy the lath day of June and the 18th I'f
and Informed us his mother had op about :200 crates of pineapples Thursday of Sunford who ban been guest of of and between the nth day
-Mr. Percy Walton left here, last Friday is finished by Mr. aud Mrs. E. J. Phelan of day August '
The ,
died he had arilvcd at her home. morning. crop nearly Beach House for days and the 18th day of December
some
board Rev. W.C.Barnes' ere Lynn, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Clark the Ocean of November
morning on
will be for '
and verl1gh'
aphtha launch en route to New Smyr- : shipments' ,. and Miss Richardson of Boston. Mr and having/ coma to the seaside for his In each year, provided, that this law r;:
-The administration has removed the future. health
and new Miss Long and Miss went out bathing In the ocean as shall not be construed prohibit the ,
a., Daytona Sea Breeze on a pleasure Dema- Mrs. J. H. Clary, ,
trip of a week or so. I Assistant Lighthouse from Keepers their -The members of the Gun Club are Maud Long of New York, and Mrs. J. usual on Monday morning about half catching of fish In cast nets or by hook rand f'
aud Stringfellow positionsat '
ree Indulging numerous practices and putting D.'Price, wilo.e husband Is one of the past ten o'clock. He went out beyond line.
Contractor J. A. McDonald getting the New Smyrna Lighthouse. Mr. up some fine scores; Messrs. Rhodes, managers of the Mount Pleasant House; the breaker., as he had been In the habit The special Inhibition against catching ,' ,y
lie Miami hotel put In good shape ere Demaree will return to Lexington: Ky., Brady and Pritchard being the most enthusiastic and<< also of the Hotel Ormond. This of doing since staying here, for a swim, mullet between the latter dates I* In my
his wife and furniture nave n
the winter travel sets In. He Is also hav- where pre- members.Col. party has booeD spending! some time In and a few minutes later. was missed. It opinion to the general Inhibition embraced

ntt an addition made to it. Mr. Mo Donald ceded him. and Mr. and Mrs. Peabody the White Mountains, visiting all of the was thought at tint that perhaps be bad In the former date which pro't'

will sooo leave for a few weeks' visit -On our Inside pages will be found, of Winans Eden and U. E. Bewail, most noted houses, and the tourists seem come ashore, but a diligent search failed vides against catching "any A.h." In the .
Capt.
to his old home in New Haven, Conn., "Has the Trail of Civilization Been of Sewall', Point, were on to be thoroughly; enjoying their outing., to locate him, and It was then believed wateta of this State "within" thoseperiods
and New York; but we presume he will Struck?" "The New Liquor Law," "A passengers to Titus that he bad been drowned. Efforts, were. the St. Augustine, .yesterday,
ait until it gets a little cooler north. Hunting Party In Florida," "New York Immediately made to find bis body but have read tne very able opinion 01 Judge ,
Notes," from our own correspondent; ville, returning home the same evening. A Serious Attack. It was not until early Tuesday morningthat Minor M. Jones containing this I Uw but t If..

-Mr. D. 81: DeVInne, one of the largst "Capt. Lewis' Parting Words"Snpt.. -Any shortcomings, which may be It was recovered having been washed can not agree with his view of the same. +

printers New York city, made, a Knott's New Invention," etc., etc. noticed In the ADVOCATE:this week, must Illndle the well known and ashore about a mile above Ormond. The court having jurisdiction of the {f.4":
[flying trip to Bay View last week, re- be'attributed to the sickness of Mr. Wm. Edward pop.suffered There was a very strong undertow on offense named In the statute are entitled -
of Billing
It urn homewards Mr. -The attention of our readers Is drawnto ular head clerk that Murphy the law and 'i render my
ing on Monday. Charles II.Walton, who has been quite and serious at Monday and It Is thought to construe e '
IDeVlnne Is largely Interested In the cult the new ad. of the United States unable to give the paper his attentionthe a peculiar last.possibly-On quickly unduly rated his powers of endurance opinion in deference to your Excellency's 4
ture of Mr. Dan Miller, Twine 4 Net Co., of New Fork on 8th last day or two. tack on Monday lumber turning he fell and being buffeted and weakened by the submission of the matter to me and .,0*. ,
land he was delighted when he'saw thai page. The above firm deal In seines, the to go out of the yard his left waves was dragged: down and drowned. answer to the very general Inquiry madeat
beautiful nine-acre field of luscious pine- twines, fishermen's tackle, etc. Write -Mr. Oeo. F. Miles, President of cheek to the ground,of timber bruising : He had complained of feeling very tired this office, relative to this law.

apple& Mr.;DeVInne Is a' "hall fellow, them for prices, and mention the ADVOCATE. Indian River and Bay BIscayne Inland against a piece and lost consciousness : on Monday morning, M he went with a Very respectfully, ;
I well met" and we hope he will tell the I :. It is said to be a good firm to Navigation Co., accompanied by Mrs.. It considerably assisted to fishing) party to the Inlet at midnight\ on W. B. LAMAK.AttorneyGeneral..
Miles arrived In town yesterday leavlog for several minutes. He was
I New York with. for .
boy about those fine pineapples deal Saturday and had no sleep nearly
on the St. Augustine the same evening a cool place in the stove department i
I he came down to Indian River hours but was otherwise feeling .
twenty ; .
administered
readers Indian fordown river We acknowledge wbere drink of whiskey was -
I-just to have a peep at. Nearly all our on points. a afterward better than when b. came here;and had I.
River were acquainted with Mr. Peter J. a pleasant call. : and he shortly apparently I II home with of his
Intended going some
Nevins, formerly of Merritt and a right of'theSt. I recovered' entirely. Later be went A Fine Hotel for Sale.
Frank
Engineer Thompson, friends on Monday.
:,- Two round-trip tickets, by way of jovial companion. He is now a partner Augustine, has been on the sick: list home and received a for visit from and Dr.he Murphy was about 35 years of age unmarried -

the fine, deep-draft Mallory steamers, In the well-known commission house of this week, and was unable to 'make his Norton, who prescribed him and without relations so far as Owner wishing to retire, will sell the
for sale cheap. Address Bernard, Abel A Co., New York, and we has Improved steadily sine*. The strangest sister and +h
run with, the boat last Monday.' Mr. Is Is known with the aceeptlon of a oldest and best known transient
attack however.
"N. Y. care ADVOCATE:, should like our readers to communicate feature of the engineer C. Small ,V
Thompson baa leased the cottage la of the from who reside at Mass He was an family hotel In Ashevllle, N.
Titnsville, Fla. with him. He bas had considerable experience North Tltusvllle belonging to Mrs. Mo that every occurrence about two o'clock day In In the Tuft's lumber mill at Tuft cash payment. Central location and y+
and he is breakfast time to
business
In the fruit ManlOrti-and
del Ua. which will occupied: by himself blotted from about twelve mile from valuable frontage.
.r anxious to get some of your pineapples. and family. the afternoon Is entirely had traveled considerably In the United Applybox B85/ ,

WATCH REPAIRING done by Anthony Read Abel 2: Co.'s ad. on our 8th page.. his momorr.-coc-.t: Rockledge News. States; be was born near Boston. Murphy Ashevllle; K. C.,
Bros., West Palm Beach Fla. -Last Thursday night, aa' ZeD Best was a good swimmer and bU. drowning
for was returning home, he noticed a colored -
Grapefruit Bale. For Sale. I I. supposed to have been due to
man standing by one of the windows heart failure or A* an advertising medium, no .
cramps.

Bones Wanted. Five hundred -grapefruit j buds, ODe of him the, the boose.Intruder Immediately made a break upon and seeing ran A good grocery business;thriving town The remains werelAterred, which were In Pine scarcely Wood paper on the. Kant Give Coast ns a can trial beat advfc the"ADVOCATE. ,

Save 100. Also budded 'orange underneath the Methodist church on East Coast; fine location: small capital recognizable, '+
your bones and send'them year old '20 per getting "daoczB"care Seabreeze Wednesday momIng. and be convinced of the pink pape1'a
Jacksonville Fertilizer Co., South Jack-- trees. R. A. HABDM, and so out Into the scrub, where be disappeared required. Address* : cemetery, ., worth.' "1

I onvlUe, Fla. Will pay cash for them. Sebastian, Fla. .. from view.. ADVOCATE, Titnsvllle, ha.r .

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have perpetually sounded the alarm ever degraded civilization\ it."*to( .a money All the People Michigan Lumber and Manufacturing Co

against the centralization of the mom, ed aristocracy. That fact, stands out Should keep themselves healthy and ,
should be given to thIs MANUFACTURERS OF -
Good power in private bands. dangerous 't to more clear than any noonday' sun. matter especial at care this time. Health depends upon .

the and safety of the peopl Mon H. .JtDJCI!:. the blood Is
liberty pure, rich blood, for when Pine Lumber Mill Stuff Sidings
But In the face of these alarm slgna Impure and Impoverished diseases of var Cypress or Flooring

I j 1st essential to I this centralization of the money power TilE NEW LIQUOR LAW.As ions kinds are almost certain to result ,,
1 keslth.Everynook Blood The one true blood purifier is Hood'sSarsaparilla Packing Boxes and Crates. Turning and Scroll
has' been and ,
until Mouldings were
It and corner of the has gone on, one man By Its power to purify and Ceilings :
1 able to select a figure-head of his OWD la well known to the ADVOCATI blood has Itself to at low prices. Take Main Btreet'car line to
(t I r system la reached by the blood and OD jrltlllze the proved Good work and, material mill 'lid
1 ''I-'I'I'' I e( 1U quality the condition of every organ dponds. < .. choice without the consent, of the po readers theists Legislature passed many] be the safeguard of health, and the reo ,
y '
of bills bad and Indifferent. Among ord of remarkable cures effected proves office.
k Good blood means strong nerve.. pie or his party and with the use < -good, disease..

,1 tr good digestion,,, robust health. Impure money alone l Installed him presidei the recent law enacted is one relating that It actually it has wonderful and permanently power over cures when Telephone (old line) 485.: Jacksonville, Fla. i

t 1 ; + I blood mean scrofula dyspepsia,rheumi- of seventy millions of people, and helped to the selling\ \ of liquors In counties 01 all other preparations fail to do any

I'r b Mum,catarrh or other dl easee. The surei himself to a seat In the United States/ precincts which have voted against suet good whatever.

way to have good blood la to take Hood'' senate a position he Is about. as well sales, or selling follows without a license.. the< .
la
aw
new an \
4r1 I i'' Sarsaparllla. This medicine purifies, v1:- adapted for as a mud-turtle Is?for... "Whoever' permIts the, sale of any Boys, Watch This.

it Ullzes, and enriches the blood and lends dancing master 4ll the minor cot spirituous, vinous or malt liquors In anybuilding HARRY MASON & CO.
.
4, I the elements of health and strength to tent In place where .
I ; ? L pettng Industries of the country, where / or any The Hon. E. N. Dimick, senator from r .
every nerve,organ and tisane. It create sales could be made by using any box, counties baa given
and Brevard ,
hundreds of thousands of laborers have used Dade
a good appetite, gives refreshing alee, drawer, or any apparatus, aecretly notice that Dade county has a vacancy;
i l t and cures that tired feeling. Remember: been employed, both male and female to evade the law, or any part of the law;:; at the South Florida ;Military and Educational Jobbers in Fine Imported
have been crushed out by the centrallz .- any person or persons occupying the institution at Bartow. Applicants II. M ASOx&co.!

Lion of the money power, cutting prices building or part thereof where such business from which the appointment of one will W Bay Street,

L HoodsSarsaparilla until they could got their thumbs on leasing Is carried any on building, or any or perspn part or thereofto per'eons for be made examination, will\ meet on at August West 20.Palm Beach. t JACKSONVILLE. Liquors and Cigars, lligh

the throats of the public Mr. Carnag any other person or persons for such
.
+ has lately proven that he can go i to business to be carried on, shall, upon
and with' mal conviction, be punished the same as if To Cure Constipation Forever. Grade 'Whiskies Etc
,
Washington, money ,
100 ESo.
Cathartic. or
such person or persons had sold spirit- Take CasoaretB Candy mr
congress give him whatever he choose uous vinous or malt liquors, and theproof If 0. U. O. all to cure druggists refund money. =-_

ask steel. Centralization for his
''t Is the best In tact the One True Blood Purifleotlre to of the ownership or leasing ,... ...
could Jump as far, in proportion and Domestic: Southern Belle,Rock and Bye ........ rrom flJOnrrni
If -Imported
thereof shall be a man :
has established the such building or part .. .
the money power blackberry, and peach and honey. .. from 81.110
Uk Liver IlJs, eas)' to and control the prIma facie evidence, and shall be all the to his size and weight, as a flea, he ramUeDomeHtI, Old Tom apple, etc peach...'.......... ...._............, .... ..................from 'UO..rgal.popsBinsHolland .
's Hood's. Pill take,easy Uj operate.six fact that It ,can, does evidence for conviction. from St. Rnm ....._ .. .. ...... ...". ... ... ..... .............f......IrumgLeOperyy>
necessary could at a single leap, pass .. .. ..._........
price of production as well as the sales Wlnes'rort' Ctttawba "Muscatel, Clareti"etc., from. ..... l> rSZjpercM
--- ---- -- "It shall be the ,duty of all sheriffs( Louis to Chicago. Clarets::" 8herry\\s. .....,..... ..............................................from 82. .,!!
labor has
of what they handle, and no deputy sheriffs, constables and police ) <<

f Free and say In the matter.more than a slave. officers In their respective jurisdictions I '. .
The government furnished provIsions and they are hereby authorized and Hall'B;Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renew- Jugs and demijohns will be packed in boxes, when so requested, without eitracost. .
empowered to enter any building or part er is, unquestionably, the best preserver .'' Money refunded for "empties"-when returned. Express Company win
i ;Accepted Mason for the suffereis from an overflow in the thereof that they have cause to suspect of the hair. It Is also curative of day not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble.

I Mississippi river some years ago, an<\ that spirItuous, vlnoua 'Or malt liquorsare druff;tatter and all.scalp affections. Send for Price List, or call upon MASON A CO., .

,.. oDe man, supposed to be worth million! kept for sale in, and to seize the. 301, 807, 800, 311, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE: FLA.loo .
received several thousand dollars worth I same and arrest all the parties so engaged It is said statistical authorities thatIn
Titusvlll .
IndianRiver In the sale of such spirituous,
t : Fla. for his labor for, which he charged up vinous or malt liquors, and If such liquors the brewing and malting business in

Lodge. No. 90Ii to his account at 2.cts: per pound for in such quantity as to confirm the this country nearly 100,000 tons of sugar line '''in the State.

,' bacon, and $1.50 per bushel for meal I belief of the \illegal selling'of the same, are annually employed. BICYCLES.Best

Holds, ltd the second and fourth Fi have heard of similar' Instances here''i be ,found in any building where such .
ei4f1 t I day of. """ meetings, at the Court.house,Titu, search has been made, the same shall be Is still giving away,
i TlAe, at 7:.M p. Ia.i Florida, where means have been furnished prima facie evidence, and shall be all the -The ADVOCATE of the finest grade.
seed
i : f A. T. Feaster, Worshipful Master. for colonization purposes, to feed evidence necessary to Convict:! saId par free, tobacco wIth'' instructions for

v Gen. W. Scoblo, Senior Warden. poor labor and gobbled up by swindleri. ties, and upon conviction they'shall be its Call cultivation.and get some, LUTHT, 15000.: "-
]t. F. Hall Junior Warden. punished by imprisonment not exceeding
I Mr. Hawks Is Informed on som .
(i b4 n. It, Wilson, Trensurer.. guess twelve months, nor .less 'than three oafs FOWLER, $100,. $75.00.
of those transactions himself if he Is swell
not than Caicnret .
Al G J. Mendel, Secretary. months, or by a fine of more Educate :
M, S. Same, Senior Deacon. posted as he seems to be about $1,000, nor less than ,$500; or- by both Candy Cathartic Cure constipation forever. .CLEVELAND; $100, $85.00. -
J. A. Junior Deacon. and In the discretionof lOo,!26o. IJ C.O.0,jail,druggists rotund money. ,
1 Ilappersette, what labor would do if they had it ,,1 n fine Imprisonment .
n r A. A. Stewart T. II. Sanders, stewardi their power. That is his Industrlou, the court; and any sheriff, deputy WESTFIELD, $75.00, $60.00.'N
t B.,A. Geiger Chaplain. sheriff, constable or police. officer, who F FAITHFUL MEN OR
r' I A. Froscher! Tyler. and thrifty class,. who are livIng'like shall wilfully refuse to perform his dutyin WANTED to travel for responsible
leeches the laboring class instead of search for etc,
f ill on making such liquors, established house in Florida. Salary
q (i I the labor living on them. Mr.. Hawk after proper affidavit has been made by 780 and expenses. Position perman-- B., F. 'MANIER Jr.,
have
r the labor Is In good condition\ and some credible person that they Enclose self-addressed '
'I CIVILIZATION says a ent. Boference.
k HAS TIlE TRAIL TO' reason to believe that liquors are con The National, Star Jacksonville Fla.
Is only made uneasy by being stirred up cealed in some special building, he shall stamped envelope. ,

u"" ;, IIEEN STRUCK. by "labor reforms," etc I don't' know bo fined not leas than $50, and shall for Insurance, Bldg., Chicago.? mr: With Freyer & Bradley Music Co.

.e his Idea, as far as my .article Is concerned feit his commission as such officer." i .

tip JENSEN!: FLA., July 19, 1897. for I have not even discussed. the ALEX NEAR., ERNEST TAYLOR


n1 s a. Editor f A dvocall'. .' to' an aris labor Centralization question., of the money power I Is Everybody Candy' Cathartic Say,So.Cancarets the. most won. NEAR & TAYLOR o :a: .A. .S. ::er... VM. c4z 0 0.,|
aw the following heading of the pleasant
oIJ n derful medical discovery age -
tide in the ADVOCATE: "Mr. Hardee' manipulating and ruining..all the labo and refreshing to the taste, acl gently (Successors to John McAllister.) DEALERS IN"WllDLGS -

question, .answered and his letter crltl. reforms.Labor has no say In the mat cleansing and positively the on entire kidneys system liver, dispel and bowels colds,, :-l.n.e< : : : *,XH ter. It would have boon more Intereslnj Well Contractors
Artesian
i article I failed headache fever, habitual constipation -
Y clued. On readlng'tho qure St.,
to the readers for, Mr. Hawks to have and biliousness. Please buy and try a box '.\"\. K't L 417 A 419 W. Bay
to find a pretended answer to my;; Bold and
even 8\ BO cents.
of U. O. O to-davslO, I
used FLA,
out where I exploded JACKSONVILLE
pointed -
populists CAL.L.IE'FLA.
criticism all EAU
I question; and no special on my; guaranteed to cure by druggist!
and socialists cartridges as wel I .ball,
abuse of RICH WINES create good! rich
souriiloua
letter except .poo I .
i as false and seditious doctrine, and nol .!. thy blood. Don't make the mlBUledl
pie calling them tramp, lazy thieves, WI'Nt... buying sour poor-wine "Leuuiu. II.
} F. M. BURST, TroaaurerFLORIDA' ) A e.
' 11 'for renso"n othor than b cause expect the public to accept his mere as- E.: WINCUENBACH, Manager; LI 1'4 cheap. It; U not. It baa a nasty. dial
etc. vhlkilgood
no ,
be has done : will N D 'ea greeable effect upon the system
'ly I verifies th< sortlons as true as JL wine 11 really not expenulve, IIJI
fib. which clearly
they are poor', be more than apt to explode him. My; MACHINE WORKS ; elves(; you that pulled-together, iii N!
i .. statement In my article that if a man bas ; p satlsfled feeling.We .
:
article exclusively for the Ctr
was purpose KIT- make a Specialty of North
'i no ho has no recognition for any; Uinl
money, of pointing out the evil efforts of the< /sJ ins Mountain Dew Corn Whiskey
whatever but I did not knov : years old, flM per gallon.
, purpose thIeves untl centralization of the money power upon IRON and BRASS CASTINGS. Parties living, in Dry Towns will t
. t 'hat.made them liffiy ulna, well to order from un as we can f
furnished the informationMr. the masses of the people; and I think 1 I them BO! per cent..on all orders.
1p Mr. Hawks DoneIron .
to have done it. I did not discuss what General Repairing Promptly & Accurately 43T-: Always send money with i or!!
: Hawks callspeolal attention 'We accounts unlM
; 1 will not open new
r I 'f Information he gives which he requests the labor wanted or what they would dit a;.;::: suitable Jacksonville reference Is I JI
} some Shafting, Pulleys Dangers z : Total
O. D to Dry
in their I not well Informed JteSjfel No Goods tent O.
so
'h' ? dissatisfied. l laborer to past* power am Building Columns, -? / fi1l4/ art' Agent for Indianapolis Brewing! |
every "A on that question, as )(r. Hawk iB B JBcB and Boxes In Stock. etk\ Brewers and Bottlers,Indlauupolu,l IK|
4 In his hat I will quote his item: looms to be. Mr. Hawks' article waiexclusively Sash 1 Weights I and Orate WtLL'vr 'Hfk' Hercules Malt Tonic, '2.211 per case; Clayton AiRussell Wild Cherry Brandy, 4.50 per cue.
and Inl Mandrels of all Size
no other time since history began IHIHHBftr Hl.m Saw
l I for the purpose of belittling '
II other on God's green earth Bars a Specialty. "'
l no spot
i and abusing the poor and extolling the t-- F urn I s h e d.
,i ;' where working men, as a whole are paId ; '
.. centralized money power; and I congrat .
1. so good<< and so large a 'proper 1WXX.x..S.
,
wages I Mate him on his ability to do It. lIe S'D'G-.A.B. A Fertilizer for. Fruit. c.-

tlon of them are enabled to own their I made one blunder when he said her mil. Telephone 102. *. Office and Shops at End of Viaduct In Riverside.
homes, to live so well, to have so many I

of the comforts and luxuries of life" etc.., Ion m the of thrifty.paupers., 'were It Is that livIng'thrifty like net leaches! llv JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .. .u u. .u..,.. "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer?,"!
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as ate In the United States now ,

1 P I I will firrnlsh them another item tc of ng the on them money through power'that the <'centralization keeps! them OEORO! MARX. JOHN MARX.MARX Jrl.oe:: : : sg5.00 Per:: : Ton.

r paste In their hats, provided they have paupers and just what they Intend to do.Of GUARANTEED ANALYSIS :........

one, by the side of his item. At no all the corruption and foolery thAt :BROS., Moisture .... . .,8 to 10 Per Cent.

time during the history of the United ---yWholesale Dealers inGrocerieo'ruit Ammonia .. . . .. .. .'.. .. .:. .. :4>$ to 6 "

{ States have the laboring people been la "' Phosphoric Acid . .. .. .'. . .. .5 to 6 "

such pressed condition, and dally : : : :: ac.dErodu.oe.: :: : Potash (Actual). .. . .... . .'. .. .6 to 8" "
t broken up and put oat of doors and t 131 nd 133 East B ay'; 'Street and O and 8 Newnnn Street, Made exclusively from Bright Cotton Seed Meal, Nitrate of Soda, BloodDoDllsolved ,

t a thrown out of employment, and cut oQ r Jaoilctsaonyili: I P1c>>rl.Cl.a.: Phosphate, Fine Ground Tobacco Stems, and Sulphate of Potash.
from credit for the pinching necessities B3T Write for directions using and further particulars; also ask f for I

s ; ;a', ,,of life, an is the ante now, I don't ask ONE oF' THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY copy; of "Economical Fertilizing for Fruit." We carry a large stock for of all prices FerBJier
Material, Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dust, Potash, etc. Write .
,the..pnbllo to :vaccept my assertion on ore buying. We seek the growers trade direct. '

I f that question as to who Is right,: as Mr. We are headquarters" all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and CowYeas;; Co.

Hawks has done, ad he offers no proof;; guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want) WILSON .& TOOMER Fertilizer; ,

It a y but refer to the ?acts as they are unfortunately your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased. The Fertilizer. House of Florida,

known to exist, from .Maine\ A sick person t trying! to keep up on mere MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .Jacksonville, Fla.

to Mexico and from the Atlantic to the timulutinir tonics is like any one pretend-
Inlr to swim while belt The r
supported by a
lfic I will call attention to some
Pa .
mtant the support is withdrawn down
local facts In verification to theory; ,ou .
I my WOo Magnolia Grocery.
I Nearly all diseases result from a* deep- ...
I A short time since a neighbor of mine eated impairment of the nutritive powers HE f PAINT STORE

wished to hire 1bl f dozen hands at which cannot be reached by any.temporary H. A. HENRY, Proprietor. ,
I suggested be give one notice xhilaration. The only good that any med.
once. ; Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
one: can do i* to increase your own natural
tf, In the dally' paper, and In loss Chan a Owen of recovery and make yon able to

t I week be had over fifty applicants, scat- wtm for debilitating yourself.The weakness, nervousness =Y ;STAPLE AND FANCY 'GROCERIES.*** ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS,

terod over different states. As ,soon as and digestive disorder which indicates this

It was known that the pineapple cannery .ate: of mal-nutrition can only be overcomey Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please you.
a scientific: remedy like Dr. Pierce' x711 -Js..perS: :
was going to open up, applicants filed olden Medical Discovery: which acts dig 103: Maln and 33: West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
In as dense as office hunters around't" rutty upon the digestive and blood-making
o..nll. and effects the nutritive transforma- Telephone No. 253..
i Washington. The proprietor was besieged tlon of food into rich healthy blood which
Ontwiclo Paint.
y }J 1 until it gave him a severe case of I, irries genuine permanent vitality to every 4- !!! Cold' "Water;

.' t r [ hlsterlcs. And ,I am not prepared''' to comer It ia of vastly the ystem.more nutritious. than malt. W. B. DAWSON I. E. & CO.
BAIRD
.t rvi1 agree with Mr. Hawks that they are a .itracta. It doe not paralyse the nerve, ,
t but feed them with health. It ia better
of thieves because
set merely they
i lazy than cod liver oil emulsions. It i ia aaaimi- Wholesale and Retail IIJ:I West Bay A Laura Sts., JACKSONVILLE,
\, f are without homes and employment. tated by the weakest stomach It d_.'
Mr. Hawks claims when this state .of not make flabby useless fat, but muscular
I I ;renirth and healthy; nerve-force. It ia the Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes, and Room Mouldings.
i );1 affairs is brought; about it Is the result oaly perfect invigorant for corpulent people. & MERCHANT.

," tf.riotous. and wasteful'extravagance.'' ,Mr*. Ella Howell of Derby Perry Co., Ind., WINE LIQUOR -
rite: "In the year of 1894 1 war lake. wUk ,
"rs I 1 don't think the history of our poor omaehtroubl.-eervaa.dyepepsa. There was. SAW AJJp PLANXNO HILLS JACKSOJCTII.IJ YAR1rvPalatka ....
a coldncM. la stomach, and which :71s. FOSS of cath
v people will bear him out In his assertion. .... my a weight Eo BaT St.
emed Ilk a rock. Everything that
p, 1 claim this state of niTalrs was brought m.. great. Pain; I had a bearing down .euMlMu;. St. Jacksonville Fla. "
._ 119 1 West Bay
11-.1 scram my vtonwch; had a tidM WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
about exclusively by the centralization ..mind my right Me, and In.hort time I was ,

r of the money powers, as no such tate of Iida.a sated. but 1 was I of -
,
I affair ever existed before money became ildea Medical Dincovery was recommended" to ,
aid trot tt. and commeaced the 01 K I -
I centralized In private hands. =" to *ee for the better.see I waa M Mexican and Florida Cigars Lath
-f: : Lumber
and
While I don't'know that It would have I could TOM the room withootMane Cypress Shingles
... *. 1 took Dr. Pierce'a Ooldea Medicallxrrerv ,
any bearing'on Mr. Hawks' views, I will and one bottle el U. >1eaBBt Pet ,
a-ROOER.IES.::
1eta t .' I begs to Improve""TY.....after th*tuea FINE FAN9Y A large stock of mouldings, IhI\ ;
., I say that since the foundation of our goy or few botUe. Th. phy.kW.wSe tta4 Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling siding,
r ernment such. men .a. Patrick Henry ..taU Ikad lato 'droiwy'. ..d_thai_my dune was VH1SKKTS from M.OO Per. Gallon upwards.. I handle no Compound Goods lath and pIckets always on hand thus assuring prompt ahlpments.ouldlngs C1P
ding fmlmoaarv '
Jefferson, Washington, Clay, Webster ....lit*a coach" and the home ph astareW. $f Price List upon application. Your Jag Trade Solicited.If of all patterns a specialty.

+ 1 Calhoun and a host of< similar mind.T .1'todie. I thankGodhat >yciirlpera aacB&. you wish. to open an account yon must give nnt-cla city When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see a

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.OB at. ROBBIN A GRAHAM. WAMVB QBAHAK.. Gen'l Supt C.'B. Knott, of the FlorIda INDIAN RIVER: QUARDB.rJ2l In Circuit Court of-the 7th Judicial.. Circuit Experience

BOBBINS FORT PIERCE, FLA., July 13, '97. East Coast Hotel System, has Invented !!.,et. the' Armory ever county Jail every of Florida, Brevard. County, A. .D. w
evening In tha
month at 8 o'clock.
ATTORNEYSATLAWJ'rICB Editor Advocate a dish-washer which will prove of A..T. r4eTKn: ,Captain.INDEPENDENT 18117. has proven"conclusively that
considerable Anus. Walker Sweet ,) \
service hotel
! tp keepers.
I to A few parting! words to gifted va. Rill for DlYoroe. better
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my and ;
IIOUBea 8Fromp10 a m., friend of the Cocoa News whose"kindly Referring ,to this machine, the National ORDER, GOOD TEMPLARS.TltuiiTUIe Charles D, Sweet. grapes peaches,
t Hotel consists ;by the nworn Mil of complaint and of them
spirit" I Reporter say: rot of a No. IT meet IT.appearing more ,are produced
Lodge Twenday
J Trnravrujt, Brevard Co., Florida appreciate, will wind up our every cause thai the reiitdenoe of the
frame holding set of wheels evening TJB: In rreabyterlan church. Public defendant aa hut. known wa In New Orleans
d ,IDS. a geared on when Potash is
|o. BOX contention, so far M I am concerned. meeting first Tuemiay In each month. La.,but that hiss whereabout at nreeent liberally ap-
'01 practice In aU the court* state and fed which runs a three-feet wide woven-wire C. A. OARDN are unknown to there
He fail or refuses to answer 'ques- >t Q. w. 8COB1K, complainant, and that Is plied. To insure full of
my endless carrier about six feet '1. C.T. no person In the State of riorlda aervlue of a a crop
Special facilities for examining: and perfect- long on
tion : Who circulated that remonstranceIn subpoena upon whom would bind maid defendant t
Viand title each side. This carrier start under a ,and that the defendant la over the airs of choicest quality use a fertilizer
Titusvllle and what were the *. 1* la therefore
representations glyear ordered that the d.
made to obtain the signatures pair. of twelve-Inch diameter brushes CHURCHES. Clerk's the aald Charles rx Sweet,do appear at containing not less than 10%
CARY-ELWES made of the oale.w or before the
palmetto fiber five Inches long.
to It P It could not have been him, be- KracOPAT/CHUKCH: SECOND DAY or AUGUST 189T.
These brushes work'to
NOTARY PUBLIC, cause at Tallahassee standing In frontof the center, and the same being Rule lily> to plead answer OF Actual Potash.Orchards
as a stream of water continually fall on .s.nlcell the Sad and 40 Sunday In each demur to the bill of complaint Bled herein. .
STATE AT LARGE. the St. James hotel he assured Copt. month,at it a.. m. and 7 JOB p. 10. Sunday school And tt la *JlrtllM ordered that this notice bepubl1ab8l1
Hardoe and that the brushes they are wet enough to, almost every Buoda, at a::30 a. m. Evening prayer at in the IxpiAir Rhea: ADVOOATB aSWE"1EF and '
taxes for myself although he vineyards treated
| Typewriting, paid non- was Sp. m. OD Wetln..da" LltaB1 servce every ""bll.hetl In Tltuavllle Brevardth
isidentB rents and accounts collected cleanse a cup (as the scraper have frlday at 10 a. .. eih .
personally opposed to division for local Oltuoty !?5I?! week: for t oonaecu.Wltneee with Potash
a., etc. Correspondence solicited.. reasons he would do nothing to oppose already removed all the solid matter from Rv. B. F. BaowN, Rector. weeks--: or Se th Snd day of August ness are comparatively

iTitusvllle, .Florida.h I the measure. He may have changed: his the piece) or dish of any shape or slie. a* : t Judge 01 laid the court Honorabl., and the John meal 0'D.said Brooms court: :, ] free from insects and

mind when he got back to Brevard with the "scraper," Instead of an extra man, rRKSBYTERIAN: CHURCH. at lens Tltuevlle, Florida.this 1st day af June A U plant] disease. .
those two letters evidently furnished Bervioe*every Sabbath at II a.m.and
II. SCOTT. GOBDON R. BROOMS. puts the piece between, the brushes to 8uodar.8t1bnol; .t : a. m.. Ch.*. GarX;?; t8.. ] A. A. STEWART
h him by Senator Dimick for use:or some j I AH bout Potuh-th. ......11.of In lit.by actual ..

?COTT 4 BROOME body may have "pulled the string" and I follow' the ways of the woven-wire carrier Ott 8uft 0.Prayer::.public meeting' are. oordla1l1 00 Wednesday luvlted evening to at. june-julyao clerk Circuit Court add prima, In a S"huh"!book" k.which!anus w.I..publish">. United and will S...gladly.._..

set him in motion. I allude to those two down Into a bath of agitated scalding our ....u...la any farmer'In AmorlU. ",hu will writ fur Ib

ATTORNETS-AT-LAW, letters he exhibited at Titusvllle, when water for a distance of five feet, thence H. M. OOODBLL, PMtor. -We have Just received another supply GERMAN KALI WORKS, t e.
soliciting signatures to his remonstrance. Nassau St. Mew Y......
IIJ
(over Bank) He will remember that when told that up on Its way to the hands of the man to BAPTIST CHURCH. of ,very fine grades of tobacco seed, .,
; which will be given to
lams, Florida. aid two letters would not answer, he receive and classify each piece as It leaves Ihsaohingevery! ? ""WO"? and fourth Sundays' who will plant It on the away East; Coast.any person Callor

''I others that he had a trunk full of the machine, ''through-a dousing of hot morning and evening. Prayer send stampod-addressed envelope for NATIONAL -- "
Wetloeel.y evening at TfIII) o-olockTaunriay
(INOR S. JONES and that he never opened that water, which heats the piece to a dry School every' Sunday at *::411: m. Aleoureaon. some to the ADvocATE office.
trunk; the people are still In gloomy tug lint "' a' Leonn Home-Seekers
heat Should of ; 8eoo..l8ood.y,
a piece china or glassware "
ignorance of Its contents. He boasts of Oak Hill. All are cordially invited to attend.

ATTORNETATLAW.kTUSVILLE having a number of letters from prominent come up not clean, the man reoelylug B. A. GEIOKR.: Pastor. REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.

citizens throughout South Brevard It simply puts It on the wire carrier, HODGES & GODFREY

BREVARD CO.:, FLA. -probably hid In that trunk, from which and It goes the rounds again." METHODIST CHURCH. -
he has fished out three. .
County Judge of Brevard County Now Its and admitted Regular. services' every tint tWnl and fourth Manufacturers of Exchanging Property for Property .*
freely cheerfully Humors in the' blood bolls Sundays at 11 *.. m. and T:4.p.. m. 8' n,lBHunail
that the gentlemen who wrote pimple School every a' WKW: a. m. Kpworl Specialty Sonil Description of what
the three letters cited are worthy citIzens scrotums sores, are promptly eradicated Lague each Sunday at 3-So: m. Prayer m..t. Yellow Pine Lumber
and
hi\ve. what want.
GOLDSMITH by Hood's Sarsaparilla, the one true ingevery Thursday night! it ":00 p. m. The you you
and taxpayers; but are they the only Ladltle' Aid'
; .
IL blood 5"olet)' man every Wednenln ,,
purifier nerve tonic and health
South prominent Brevard citizens; ? Examine and taxpayers the petitionsthat In builder. 518:::: W. Everybody welcome at our church ROUGH A DRUBBED, MALABAR, Indian .Rlver. FLORIDA.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, went up from South Brevard for the A.. W. J. BEST, Pastor. Orange Box Head*, C. C. CARROLL,

division, and see if you do not find uponIt Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy to Fruit .* Vegetable Cratmu Real Estate Agent.

Btusville, Florida the names of many of the most prom- operate. Cure Indigestion biliousness.23 c CATHOLIC CHURCH. Lnmberdetlyenidatanypartof. Indian RI..ron
Inent citizens and heaviest taxpayers as bill of
though lading. Anyone nontemplat
any of the worthy gentlemen who have Important Contract Secured. Church Services building at 10,a.North m. every TltnavUle Sunday, Clhlldren's In Ing bnllillna on the Kant Coast,would do well to Choice ,
write' forp ride.. The Sawmill" situated on the
written letters-men who haveas catechism
D. L. DODSON opposing at a p.m.Bav. J.,T.& K. W. Ry.,8 mile south of Palatka. Wines Liquors
We are glad to Inform .
much to gain or lose by county division our reader that J.I'.O'BOTLB,Rector. se
as any of their neighbors. we have closed a contract for advertising. Satsuma Ilightfi,Putnam co.,Fla. and CIgars.

DENTIST. But let us see something about those No-Tc-Buo and Cascarets. the famous Guaranteed Pure.

vaunted letters. The "prominent and preparations manufactured by the Stei MUNICIPAL.

Office over postoffice. Influential gentleman, of Jensen" who ling Remedy Co.. of Chicago and New D"' +**' Sold at reduced r

writes : "I think a small minority of York. The Sterling Remedy Co. appreciate TOWN COUNCIL. ROYAL- SY.PILLSfjfWDlIIVOVlt. price
this in favor of division of the value of this as an advertising -
vicinity are a paper
SVU.LE FLORIDA R..1'. isll. Imported
mayor R.8. Smith marshal J. A. .
; ... .
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the county" (and that with a petition of medium and the compliment I II Hanpereetto tax oolleotor, ; U. Cary-Klwe,clerk / end...nrvrEran.,...u.,for sup. Tokay Wine,
seventy-six names In favor of division more marked, as the company I* a conservative an, _.>'; J. M. l)Uou', W. R. Knox. 080. '.. awns o. pal".1 from /
L. GAULDEN, going up from his Immediate vicinity), ie concern which sells Its products w.SSii R.. The O. Bor"council K our meet, Th....second W. Lund surf ...seed:/o over ,_ Italy.

the. same gentleman who attended i a under an absolute guarantee to cure or fourth Monday In each month : .:1:1-er: ::::s.' &.a.:. John B. Togni
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, meeting at Fort Pierce, and so far from money refunded. Everyone of our retail 'appp..r ....nd ,

nil In all the opposing a division, proposed that the druggists is authorized to sell No-To- COUNT OFFICERS. ..,..."...>, rt1R. i iUllKUI.aWTIS..* best. Metropolitan Saloon 13.1 East Bay Stu,
Courts of
practice,and, the United States Court the State southern boundary of the new county be Ban, guaranteed tobacco) habit cure, and '. ,,'- FLORIDA'

extended Into Dade, so as to take In Cascarets, guaranteed constipation cure, Sold by J. B. Soreven only JACKSONVILLE,
V.0.Box,838. TITUSVILLE, FLA. Palm Beach and the Flagler property, under this absolute guarantee' and our SCHOOL BOARD.COUNTY Wholesale. and H..tall...".
t
Honey to Loan. !y 18 which grand scheme would place his readers need not hesitate to buy these J. S. 800wdenTltuaylUe Miller\ ; A. r.. Hatch; City ...,
points; D. E. : Malabar
home In the centre and make It the preparations, as It Involves no risk whatever -

3PE fc CAMPBELL, county seat. The absurd scheme (If either physical or financial. COMMISSIONERS.W. WEAK MEN MADE VIBOROUS.I" .

course, was not favored-hence his 1 -
letter. And one man has been found In The Railroad Commissioners. H.. Sharpe, 8h rpe., chairman i Joiwnl Excursion Rates Via
Mendel, LaGrange J. R. Walker VltiMvllle Cheap
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, St. Lucie to offset the hundred petitioners Jno. Houston, Kan: Oalllet; U. U. Hoke,Jemien K il
In his own precinct .who ,wanted a Regular ....loni are held lint Monday In each
The Railroad Commissioners
division. have got mooth.
cksonvllle, Florida JrI down to business, and complaints of dls The Plant
not able to whether that
am say criminations are said to be arriving at System.To '"DeM' I "WI". ,'''D'' to QA'f, '
trunk was unloaded In Sebastian; Capt. COUNTY OrriCIAU.
Tallahassee. The Commission hoe requested : I
Hardee will know about that.
Minor B.Jnnm TltuiTllle, n. 'lfR iH.13UBWU
FORGE w. ALLEN all of the county Judge I all,
The letter from Eden is, I am sure, transportation com- L. Qaulden, Tltunyllle, pnineoiitlnir attorney I Nashville Tenn., account Tonnes-. F '
from an esteemed friend, who frankly to send in their schedules of A.A.Stewart,Tltu viUe, clerk circuit court J. Moo Centennial ticket sold from allpoints menreooveryoutlirui! "'''''''. keolutel. r.deer. .
freight and passenger rates,'and all other F. Woolen, Comia, tax a*..emvnitaiMiM. EH.* VitMlltr,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, expressed his opposition from the start fiSSST",tax 0"ltorl; A. T. Feaster. Tltiuvllln. In Florida via the Plant System, lMBnten .lyMi...talmate.jf.iMiaewer,
things law be
His opposition however, was a surprise required by to furnished J. H. Barns,Coiirtenay .auperlntead as follows: hates from Jacksonville euKer .Y" 11". W.m.rr. Wxtla. DIa-
..., .. ... if .
to the av a f alnuf or MOMM end
ley West, Florida. when it was remembered, that when thisubject Commission, under the statute county.uyveyori .. | J. O. Frlee. Orlando. for tickets sold dally on and after April28th f.."......t.,. olf ln,anliy and onnaumliUou. ,
The hoard has also written to the commlssloners )J.P..lIra.o,Tltutvllle,eherllt. 'D"/I., .tllul. ""
was up before, he contribute: until Oct. 10th inclusive, *:J4.H nu pspecsI esewophmlsseenh .' ......
7 "
Wm of other
| practice In the United States liberally In aid of the measures. Southern States for round-trip limited' until Oat 15th. (erep IOlh1r '. .. ",..", for 11. .
d State Courts. 9junOi copies of their reports, rules and regulations --- ----- -- --- -- 'sn: lea o..m. 0 vat p.eU.tPr.pald Ph'ln wrap.py .
One of the letters, said to have been Tickets sold dally on and after April
itlvew
used at Titusville and perhaps elsewhere rules of procedure, etc. AGENTS-$25 to *30 per week easy 20th until Oct. lath Inclusive $17. ; ...
\R. F. H. was written and addressed to Senator You work right around home. A brand limit twenty day from date 6f sale. ..ra MitulcSak. *sf'ea rtI"ItI.te.4)11I.) ..,_Add'110.,
HOUGHTON, '. Dirntok. by a party who had circulated No-To-Bae! for Fifty Cents. new thing. Write to us quick I You Tickets sold on Tuesdays and Thursday

a petition in favor of division. The letter Guaranteed tobacco habit cure makes weal will be surprised at how easily It can bo of moh week, April 2lth) to Oct 20th Sold by J, II. Horeven, only. l
mea strongblood pure. 100,|1. All druggist done. Send us your, address anyway
to Senator Dlmmick strongly opposed Inclusive, $12.80 round-trip, limited ten I
DENTIST division. Another letter written by the It will be to your Interest td Investliritte. days from date of sale. Dally for mill. 10 V.AIt.'

same person, about the same time, and -At present the ADVOCATE Is ,the Writ to-dty. AddroHK, "reoplo's," tary companies and bands until Oot. .X ."'...C..

laytona, Florida. addressed to Capt. Hardee. contains this largest all-home-print weekly newspaper 8941 Market St., Philadelphia. Pa.DXBO 20th, $12.80 round-trip, limit ten days.
.. passage: "If Mr. Dimlolc should tall printed at any town along the East Coastof The Plant System operate double dally

O. FRIES C. ''E. to co-operate then he will earn and receive Florida between. Jacksonville and blanks lOo. such; $'L per 100 at trains and Is absolutely the only through 1
the perpetual enmity of people ol Key West. the ADVOCATE office.WANTEDFAITHFUL. oar line via Montgomery and Atlanta on '

this section of the country." (italics are quick and reliable schedules. a ,

COUNTY SURVEYOR. the writers). And these half dozen (If No To Nashville, Teun.. account Seventh
Cure-No
I Land legally, as many) letters, Senator Dimick pretends Pay MEN Oli Annual Reunion Confederate Veteran, TIIAD8 MASKS, r
surveyed and ub-dlvlded voiced the sentiment of the peopleof That Is the way all druggist sell responsible June 22nd: to 24th, tickets sold June 0.SIGNS,

(applng neatly done. Estimates for South Brevard, against two hundredand Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic for chills established house in Florida Salary 10th, 20th and 21st, rate from Jackson OOPVMIOHTS *..

I fifty of Its citizens and taxpayers, and malaria. It I II simply Iron and quinine $780 and expenses. Posltien permanent ville $1:1.80.: limit ten day from date of Anynnseendlnf" aeketeh and description nay
kinds of engineering work Die and the expressed approval If over one In a tasteless form. Children loveIt. Reference. Enclose self-addressed sale. An extension! or ten day can be quiet pro>baM' ,aeoertaln. patentable., free,CJonmunlaatlona whether an Invention subtly I.

fated lines a specialty. hundred of the best citizens of North Adults prefer It to bitter nauseating tamped envelope. The National Star secured by depositing return ticket with eonflileiitl Olilnet.....,. fnrMMwrtns patent
Brevard 1 Subterfuge. tonic Price, BOo. Insurance Bldg., Chicago. jan2t,0; joint agent at Nashville not later than In Aniertea. W. hare rah..a Mien We.bln A.t
UBTIU.K, Brevard Co:, FLORIDA. Opposition was expected from the cen- June :ltb. Double dally train, with l. :t.ltae: : tiff

ter of the county for obvious reasons;; through oar via Plant SystemTo AMERICAN,

but that; It should have been so trifling Mohtert. Sale., Chattanooga Tenn., International keeetlfnlly Illmtmted. larswk elrmlatloai of

:nted.: -.4. >:lYa.a.: : I is matter of surprise. DO YOU WANT SOMETHING Convention I). Y, P. U., tickets sold July anf 1.II0.la wilentlne ...nutl.Mpeeinm weekly. ,[term eupiee IIIJII end a IlAMS rear i)

Stepping cautiously over those awe-In- and by virtue of a decree" of fore 13th -ito 10th Inclusive, one fare for boua> emis..'" *ent free. Addrees
In every section at once to sell staple spiring capital letters, I get to my friend'i UNDER and ale leaned out of the CIrcuit round-trip from all point via Plant MUNN A CO..

oods to dealers; no peddling; experience transparent and amusing effort to pla- GOOD AND CHEAP ? cause Court therein of Hrevard pending county, wherein, Fla.Aaron In certain A. IMOrauw System. From Jacksonville 11.00, limited Set lireaa-war Mew Vcrsu.RUBBER f' 1 1A.

nnecessary; best side line. $75.00 aonth. cate the people of Titusvllle, just hear I*complainant and H. L. Will and Jtnnle to July 21st. An extension of return

Salary and expenses or large him: "Is there any good solid reason In An abstract showing perfect title will. Will, bin' wife limber and Ida 11. timber and herhusband limit to August; Iftth can be' obtained

wmmlsslon made. Address, with 2 cent favor of dismantling Titusvlllo and In- be furnished to each purchaser of any ell. at puhllo, Edward aiiotIon In front,are defendant of then urtaouse| I will by depositing ticket with agentat

tamp for sealed particulars,Clifton Soap vesting Cocoa That was just; whatwe of the following lands la Brevard county;: door at Tttumrllla, Florida, during the legal: Chattanooga prior to July 19th. TAMPS t WHY NOT HAVEVnul i
d Manufacturing Company Clncln- Fort Pierceites thought and said Right front on the north side of Main hours of sale, on the For further Information address t Is 44BqA \

at], Ohio. when my gifted friend came down to street Titusville. Riparian rights extend SECOND DAY or A.UOU8T'li97, R. L. TODD, C. II. HOWARD, r.HEAPANOARtLlABlJlnHN.STCCLOIES.WAS

our burg about a year ago and at a to the channel, and the City Wharf being the Unit Monday In said month, to the Div Pass. ARt, City Pass Agt.,
M beet bidder for cash the 5
publlo meeting/ of our citizens, urged extends along the lot; on the south side. highest deecrllwd. and real rotates All that,tract following of Land O. W Purkhlll, City Ticket Agt., .

-The Walton Rapid Calking Machine. them to sign a petition to the County There la a large warehouse fin the lot at lying and being In the Town of Tltiiavllle, Hrverd Jacksonville, Flo. ';
o. one, $6No.. two' $10; No. three $la Commissioners, asking to "dismantle Ti.tuevllle" the bulkhead of the City Wharf which county Florida, described a* follow led F.. M. Jolly, Dlv. Pass. Agt. Tampa, IrvPEWniTEKSSUPPLIt' iECL
ltosvlUe. .Ifla. that Cocoa might be Invested. (I)one of bliK-k (Id) ilsteen, an shown on the II. G. Ilayvraft; T. 1'. A. BIGGEST PLAN]
with the and
feet of .
goes property, 1,000 map of the TnwB of Tltimvllle. made hy J.Brands ,,5evlxagr
It was Just what we thought and said rentable property along the city landing./ Leilaroii: now on ale In the color: of the ,weasl ''iNTHESDUTH
when he told us that Cocoa would raise Price of property Including warehouse Clerk of the Circuit; Court of salt county and ,
.L--nED-FAITDFUL MEN OR build tate,or ao much thereof a* may aufltcfiint to I
eight thousand dollars to a courthouse 2000. .
women to travel for responsible and Jail. It was just what wethought elpal.
Istablished house In Florida. Salary and said when he publicly I --
proposed C1KO. M. ROUIilNfl, /
Four and a half of land In the
780 and acres
expenses. Position perman- that If would assist In dismantling 1'I
we JQl3-jnl30 Hwelal Maater. DeW "OUTDOORS.
t nt. southeast quarter of southeast quarter All reviewed In the s porting Magazine,
Reference. Enclose self-addressed Titusvllle and Investing; Cocoa. '
tamped of section 20, township 31, south range SHIP G Invaluable to the salt water sherman the fresh water fisherman *
envelope. The National Star would assist in dividing the "
Insurance Cocoa us 35 east, at MimI stationron the J. T. A: Notice. the grouse, nuall, snipe, woodoooK and hard shooter the
Bldg./ Chicago. county. He did not get a name. Ample K. W. R'y, four miles north of Titus- bayblrd and wild fowl gunner, the big game hunter the tourist ,

corroboration Is at hand, and will be ville. This Is In the western part; of the In Circuit Court of the*7th Judicial Circuit I wheelman, photographer, boatman and naturalist. Price lOcts.

forthcoming If necessary. friend Turnbull hammock and ha been all of Florida, la and for Brevard i'i Subscription '1.00 per year.
know that gifted
had I rejoice a good to time at Tltusville my on the Oth, cleared ready to be set to orange tree. County, 111117. L New York Outdoor Publishing Co., 1370 Broadway. .
Price $150.
and trust he may enjoy many trips to B. J.Y Meld I.f -/),., of
Titusvllle and look the courthouse there O.J. Hardee. et. .... ) Mortgage.:
dealers square In the face. Ta-tal The southeast quarter of the north TT appearing by the worn amendment to the
Leading Senator Dimick I* either forgetful or west quarter of section IS, township 21, I bill of complaint" In the above cause. ,that the
sellFERRY'S In that the south. range :35 east; 40 acre One-half realdenm the dnf..idanta, Julia IJ. Wella Traveling. 1
everywhere mentioned In stating last communication paper of t t.hllil excellent hammock land and aDd Frank M. Well, her husband, I* In the Cityof : ...
my Boston, Maawcbuaette there la no parson -
were held by him several day.. Thepapen the other half 1* muck land. It U situ la the tttate of floristsend; service, of a sub '
SEE S from South Brevard were handed ated within thr e-fuartera of a mile of poena upon whom would bind aald defendant, Any West or Northwest
aDd that the defendant are over the age oftwentyone '
Mimi station and four mile north of
In the office of his hotel and those I .. Point --- ,
him ... It la therefore ordered that -
.re.
Jou't sal k'..loss ef n...labor... smad
b pla/l.tta.o'/ .0"'.._....alr remained In his possession several days I Fit OUT Ilia. A very desirable property. i the. defendant. Julia C. Wells and Frank M. M

r:;.. r1'i: V of*eh ttlitlwc ..D. and returned; bat the paper from N ortbBre..rd Road passe. Price through$200. the property to the I IltatiOn. Well Jfflo*,as her TltuavlUe bua'tand, Florida to appear, on al or the bef.the Clerk' }ov'1.a.. .4.'t1an.: 'ta i"o 2 2Z

are* ,* thbMt:d.ease.pt shown him bv Capt. liar
S*|eabetltate.8.d Aa.ul FNS.o. were the hotel gallery and I KCOXD DAY or AUGUST, ash- r111eT Oen. trersnzs.:: .
dee and myself on
..M. FERNY L co.. .the. same below Rule Day, to plead, answer. or
Darold, .,Oft. were treated just; a* I have stated. I do OS THE *T. LCCUB RIVER demur to the bill of complaint amended Bled.
the rest of his It la further ordered that 51,11notice Buy Your Tickets via
not care to waste time on 'therein; And
In the Cocoa News. Lot 4, section 32. township 37; south be published. the I.VDIA! lures AD....-
communication L. range 41 east, containing 77 acre This cats, newipauer pnbllahed In said county Ii ON ROUTE
Tact ha a quarter of a nail front on the.it. mee a week fur fuur consecutive weeks. priorto ,
[Crowded; out of last; Issue.) & the' lt Monday of Ancnal next.Wltaeee .
Lode River, and lie a few hundred'eet the' Honorable. John D. Brooroe, Doable Dally Through Train All aortae-
west of where the Florida East 'adn of aald court and the seal of cud xonrt
YOUR Tear U* I..,. Florida thIs lat cia,of VHl. pondent* promptly) answered and sleeping oar
FORTUNE .eat Tehece>lt Lad Leis 7oat R'y crosses the river. It baa a as TUuarllle, July M
a-sets.row e..lti t=l appsw ts yo.' -r-"C'r To quit tobacco eaaUy sod forever be map nice front and 1* excellent pineapple [L.B-l A. STEWART, berth reserved. Will be glad to met passengers I Ot f k

: li' f..d a4 a.ar era.ed e "&&.. fall of llle.nerve and via. take NoToBae. and. Price *33 per acre. We will not yuN a Clerk Circuit Court. at depot In Jacksonville or Line.1' office, 224 Wait.A:
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a OL : W .tbe wonder-worker that make*) weak Bra cut this lot.Apply Bay street. "Drop me a t

t.r; : t"Vigr'1 a 4 = 'CA'r"TAa. stroo*. All dnif1 t ,MorSI.. Can par& WALTER HAWKINS,
.; ,.... r...c.e.rrII.. ..-. teea Booklet and *aa.le free. Address or write to theBOBBINS Wanted-An Idea : = )'1.. Pa** Agt.'
= '.u.' wfl.d.a' .[ w .terllac named C*. CUeato or New YorkA J. C. HAILE O. P. A. Jacksonville.Savannah .
A: GRAHAM CO. -
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INDIAN R1VKB ADVOCATE :JULY. 23, 1887. .


! i 1 1i INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE.- with panful.'nJurfes.} The question at.or, about this point would ,be growth. of Titusville .from a small --
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: as 'to' whether the fault )lies neither a very laborious nor a very inland town to a mighty and< pop- Spring l Summer Goods(

i r l it i 1\ .. with the "scorcher" or the wagon expensive undertaking. "Yes," ulous seaport city, and we look S

1 AWBftKLT JOURNAL DBVOTXD TO TBOrMJtMT &AKKWOBTB DEvi7 : E' driver is, of no consequence; but you will say, "but what have you back with a smile of conscious su ,

IfU :, Olr Aim THE BUCATMB UtDIAM BAT BIVBB S OTIO... it seems to us that a dark Saturday gained by cutting your inlet ?" We periority upon what we were' once
,
; ,' --- night is the worst possibletime gain a direct water route from the wont to denominate" "the palmy be : To Storekeepers Only ::. .. ... '.
itir l ; I PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. to choose for racing aroundthe Atlantic ocean to Titusville, which days of Titusville. This may
li. streets. These accidents, which is.in advance of any southern East. an ultra-optimistic view of the fu.

'' CHAS. H. wALTON: Editor& Proprietor. occur from time to time, and will Coast town in the matter of trans. : ture", but a glance at the map and We now have a Complete Stock of the abOYe.namf
is facilities. ,Your next charts will show that it is a possi- _
this portation I
t occur as long as practice
1.1' i MEMBER OF permitted, emphasize the necessity question will doubtless be : ."What' bility that might become a fact Gods, at Low Prices, .

:i i I I 1 THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, for building a track where the bicyclist depth of water have you got where with the aid of a comparativelysmall that rosqulto.et., on frames and In the piece, fine meshes; Sand-fly not ..
AFFILIATED WITH THE can exercise himself to his your Inlet is to be cut P" Well, outlay by'"the powers Screen olotb Cotton Crashes for SuIts; Straw bats; Wash Cottonades; Sunni
if.!. chart the United be"at Washington, and some push Wash White Ducks, etc. we keep
heart's content, without danger to the of States Lawns; goods, goods everything usual!, h
i .i : r National. Editorial Auociation. himself, his wheel or the public. Coast and Geodetic survey shows a and energy on the part of our peoples demand; are prompt In shipments' and aim to give best value for the money.

The ADVOCATE has continually depth of five fathoms just off the Stranger things have hap. Liberal dealings our motto.

I rj. DI..contilluauoe'of ulvta. must be made per- urged the advisability to this step, house of refuge, and over the Chester pentad, and many of us may yet BENEDICT, POLLAK& CO.,
: 4 oiutlly at(hU ofltoa or l>y writing.
transformedinto
; ; 1 and to stop "scorching" on our Shoals a depth varying from 11 live to see Titusville 32, 34 & 36, W. Bay St.' Jacksonville, Fla.
/ Main streets, but so far without to 17 feet ; leaving the shoals out I the chief port and safest har-
.,+ Check,eta.,may be made payable to CBABLBSH. arousing interest sufficient. set of the question, five fathoms or 30 bor on the East Coast of Florida. =
J :WALTOIT,publisher and proprietor.
i r5 the ball rolling and: we supposewe feet is the shallowest water 'shown p. E..MCMDRRAY: mJSW rn carriage ana
s-r
W must wait till some unfortunategets on the chart in that vicinity. Then, For :Files on Cattle.
Andrew all oomrounfoattnns to
I ; i killed, or really badly dam- of course, the Banana river 'would &: Wagon
j, 1 ra d I' } INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE:, aged, before any move will be made have to be dredged, and Its sinuous Take coal tar two parts and coal oil and I .
each and mix with a BAKER
IN _, _____.__TITCHVII.LH__ _n"L;, FLoamAo'I .' towards putting a stop to. this curves and sudden bends straight- small grease amount one part of carbolic, acid. Apply'I II )IakrlalS
r .. foolish practice. ened, which is 'an improvement with a cloth by moistening the hair and Dealers .In .
that should be carried out whetherwe I horns of the animal, with the liquid. In

,tl v ENGLAND bas introduced compulsory GROW SUGAR CANE. make our inlet or not. The I I the applications include feet and legs, Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts, etc.,ett
education in her prisons. and it will drive every fly away, and one
could Church'Sts.
whole be JACKSONVILLE
4 I ti .. undertaking accomplished : application will last ten days or more in Main and FLA.

Florida has misstatementsto probably at comparativelysmall dry weather. Apply as often as neces-
the many cost and wa have Titusville will be entirely secure
AN amendment to Deficiency sary, and your cows
.' e. appropriation bill has been secured contend' against, circulated by transformed into a' landlocked from flies of any kind. Any kind of The NewSelden
who have with the Coal tar
people not met old lard or grease can be used.
by Senator 1'asco, which provides harbor, to which light draft vesseldcould and when too
success they have anticipated in Is the base of this remedy,
,,1* % for the establishment of a fieh'i various and irresponsible bring -their cargoes,for ship thick to spread well use more coal tar.
hatching station in Florida, There undertakings, by the- ment over the F. E. C: R'y'and J., Carbolic acid will,cost about 50 or 60 cts. Door
4:1: 1 is no doubt but that such an institution parties who visit T. & K. }V. R'y., .*6 northern In crystals by the pound and every far Cypress Company
: for short and write hand
state a period mer should always keep It ont as ,)
will of considerable points. .
t i j prove .
learnedly of matters they know In Its many uses it is Indispensable.The
value. The chieftrouble| would be the PALATK.A:: PWL.A.:
nothing about. Among these is ,
tl continual filling up of the inlet Is still away, I
A the assertion'that sugar cane can ADVOCATE giving :Opened October let 1806, turned the steam 'on to
,f TUB Washington Post: the and the shifting nature of the free, tobacco seed ,lof the finest grade.
says muck landsof
L i f British empire has an area of 11- not Florida be grown owing' on to the a deficiency of but channel these along obstacles the proposed that'route couldbe Call its cultivation.and get some, with Instructions for i One of the Largest, and Best Equipped Door, Sasb, Blind

y .400,000') square miles and a popu silica in,the soil.., This is'ably and are
lation of 400,000,000. It aleo has entirely refuted by Capt. B. E. overcome without apy very Best Ink, and General Wood Working Plants in the, United States

x'' ,a regular army' of 200,00'0) men, Rose, of Kissimmee, the greatest great difficulty in these days of ,
with and of improved machinery and ,applied And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of elgtt
an reserve 10
;3 army navy authority on growing in the Black or red, one pint, postpaid,
sugar the of confidently expect the bat
in our
may
science. It would also be interesting years Cypress) patrons company
0,000,000 fighting men state, who in correspondence with cents. W. p UNDERWOOD, Our will
hands.
to note the effects of a gale in Roseland, Fla. possible material,, and workmanship at our production cover
tf Mr. W. W. Russell, manager. of the Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, 7Iot-houee Materials, Tanks, Glass, etc.
the of of the
event
f ON Thursday morning, July 29, Cinclnnatus Farms and railway, our portion
'1 there will be an eclipse of the sun, states that where failure baa occurred river being; made subject to the Suwanee River Route. '
ebb and flow of the tide: it wouldbe
} as
R which will be visible in all parts of it is due to want of knowledge MIAMI -
if the inlet cut .
,I, ,; k. f the United States. 'The earth will and halfway methods on the were as suggested -- .
but the rise and fall would
,
,
enter the moon's shadow shortly part of the'grower-usually on account be to GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDAR"Y. .
F t i I before 8 o'clock on that day, em of imperfect drainage. We probably serious not. great enough ., To all Points North and
erging from it' at 10:30.: A larger are told there are some tine bodiesof prove to properties along Northwest, Via
the shore. Town Lots Sale !
'' 'portion of the sun's disc will be land suitable for sugar cane Thus then the Palatka, Tifton, Macon and Atlanta.Low Now on

( a ; obscured than has been witnessed growing along the- East Coast, and we see possibility rates to all Summer Resorts; exceptionally
of a bright and prosperous; future Low Rates to Nashville\ now
% ; } in any eclipse in recent years. we hope ere long to see, all this
for In minds rates:
town. sale at following
our our on
hi land under cultivation. General' For
the and' Thursday: A.. E KINGSLEY Agent
t ''or eye we see jolly tars spending Ten day limit Tuesday ,
;THANKS to the eloquence of the their earnings lavishly among our Front Palatka, $14; Jacksonville, 12.80 ,

j ? lIon; Robt. W. Davis;the Cumberland BILIOUSNESS .AMERICA. merchants, as is the wont of the Twenty day limit, every day: Mrs. Julia D. Turtle
Sound appropriation bill of sailor ashore ; we see the snug lit. Palatka, $19.25; Jacksonville,. 17.60. "I.

150,000 was passed by a large mar In a former issue of the ADVOCATE tle harbor of Titusville crowded October 31st, every day:

jority. This bill was an amendment 'we published a very interesting with fishing and other craft of all Palatka The ,Scenlo 26.25 Route.; Jacksonville The Historical, $24.00 CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn

p to the general deficiency bill, article on "Health, and How to sizes and descriptions; ,and her Battlefields Route. Full Information,
t introduced by t.enator Pasco. We Preserve.It," by the well-known docks alive with the hustle and Sleeping car reservations, maps, etc., all parts of the Town. Carefully: Selected

,1 ; must- now interest qur silver- English physician, Dr. Andrew bustle of the loading and ;"unload, can be obtained HUGH by L.writing RICHARDSON or calling, Fruit and Vegetable ,Lands onMiami

s"' >' tongued representative In the matter Wilson ; and in this issue the following ing of many 'vessels ; we watch upon O. A. MoDoNALD, Gen'l Agt.

k of the dredging of Banana few hints may be of Inter. with ever-increasing interest the O. P. A., Macon, Ga. Jacksonville. River and Bay Bit eayne.
+ river and the furtherance of our est : Authorities on diet believe I By Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.

little scheme for the future of that it would be well foremost of FLORIDA
Main Office Hotel Miami ., MIAMI
Titusville explained In another us who are in, health to eat more -' ,

; :; column. green vegetables with our meat and "
starchy foods than we do at pres. FERTILIZERS

OUR BEACON .I.IGHT: ent. Indeed, some go so far as to ... CHAS. N. WELSHANS

I believe that the absence from our
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'"The mills of the florin'gilnd lowly menus of plenty of greenveget When ;you are In the market write. for Information regarding

But they grind exceeding small." ables and salads-especially in the ourOoO..p -_i in i CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
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summer-accounts for the bIlIous.
the''
w So sayeth poet; and wet '

V .. the might wheels say, with of our equal legislative$ truth, that machinery best ness known of the| American of such plants people.are said The : e'te :Fertilizers-: : : : :: : .** HAIR AND LATH #*

t f work so slowly that they to be lettuce, beet-topq, dandelion,
,don't seem to work at ,all ; all of 'kale and spinach ; but Mr. Con. Vegetable, 'fruit and vine, orange,tree manure, blood, bone'j State Agent'L.' & M. Paints and Oils.

," which refers to the matter of the, ville; botanist of the United States and potash, and other brands. Old 'Phone 8. )o( 13 Began Stwt|

I f ? Restoration ,of our beacon lights. department of agriculture, finds v
i We have our> steamboats running that there are 'many other palate The Armour Fertilizer Works, if JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

; again?and there is now: every reason able and healthful plants that, s ".
.i' why we should have the lights though rarely used, might add a Chicago .
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to list DR. .C. F. HOUSTON
re-established, always supposing pleasant variety our of ,

I F that the alleged reason for their available...vegetables. One of these, Where these fertilizers are made having unlimited sources

l' removal was the discontinuance of "winter cress," or Barbarea' proe- from which to draw their supplies, use nothing but the very DEJN'T.AL r 8'oR:: :: i.

))5 the Indian River Steamboat Co. oox, needs very little cultivation. best materials, and there are no goods made better than our
As we have remarked once or twice Another plant that belongs to the ,COMPLETE FERTILIZERS. We solicit ;your orders. Established 1884. )o( Cor. Bay'and Laura Sts., over'Mrs. Keene'i]

( ,) : ,before, the lights are a necessity spinach and beet family-though JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
,
,'a to river traffic, and those who use it is said to be a common weed in ARMOUR & COMPANY
; the river thoroughfare ought to fields and gardens in nearly -every For the next 30 days prices will be as follows: Gold Fillings, SUOUto U ,
i ,ij. demand their restoration part -of the United States-is Plastic Fillings, 60o. to $1; Alloy Fillings, $1 to $1.1)0) ; Plates, $5 to $8; It"!
't hr I, as a right "lamb's Jacksonville Fla' (very best), $9 to $10. Extracting free, by a painless method, where .plates an
quarters" or Chenopodlum! made. First-class and Goal
: operators polite attendants. Gold and ContJnuousSets
.t. album. It is in many places com of Teeth made and repaired.
PROSPERITY ALONG THE monly known either as pigweed or ... .

EAST COAST. goosefoot, but it is Hot the true SAVE MONEY And Buy From ###*
i pigweed. The plant has a pale- S: :eEt:: ]:: :.. eeOS.: ,

C' Brevard county, and the East bluish green color, and used when
Coast in'general, have advantages six or eight Inches high is tender, rTAMES:: : ::e. :eO-C-eS,

over many parts of the country, juicy and pleasant to the taste. .. Wholesale
and Retail Dealers In
J' which settlers The teasing weed, the common .
intending would do gar Grain Hay Feed Garden Seeds Flour Grits
well to consider. Chief among den "pulsey," or "purslane," when ,, '
s them is the continuous nature of boiled is also recommended as a VEHICLES HARNESS

her crops, which bring revenue into most palatable green vegetable and Meal and Cotton Seed Meal. ,

the county from winter to winter can easily be had. In India, whereit '

,J almost without cessation. Her originated, the plant has been Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless to man. or And Bicycles.
pineapple crop is almost marketed, used for hundreds of years ; in beast. Onl-ell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations.

and this will tie followed by the Europe it is used both as a' 'pot- Office: '124 W. Bay street. v JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Largest Stock and Lowest Prices in the South]

f grape and guava crops, and later herb and for salads. --------- --- .--_L_-- _. -
Correspondence solicited. Wheel
i t, .. again the orange and vegetable Agents for Victor, Barnes and Carlisle

t to crops will go forward, and' all the POSSIBILITIES OFTITUSVILLE JACKSONVILLE: : FLORIDA. _
E. B. Williams & Go. =-
i time he.r fisheries are helping to AS A PORT OF ENTRY. -- -

R fill up what little gape may occur U. S. Department of Agriculture Pineapple, Orange and Lemon j

in vegetable the shipments crops, of so her that fruit we may and No *doubt- the'above- heading wIn ....Wholesale Fruit and Produce CommissIon. Merchants..,. Weather Bureau--Jupiter, Fla.. Land For Sale, Cheap.I .

safely say that there is never any produce a question as to our sanity 65 South Broad St.ATLANTA., CA. The following Is'a comparative statement ; ;; of plnWP*|
the when in the minds of many of our read- of have for sale 80 acres {
certain temperature and
ly part qf year a rainfall for the ill'
miles
i amount of revenue is not being ers, but we will endeavor to con. Foreign: and Domestic; ITjriiits.VEGETABLESt : week ending Tuesday, July 20, 1807, land on St. LucIe river, a few
vince them that there may be --1807HATE. -1896MAX. low Eden, 40 of which being nortbvl
exI' method In our madness. Get a MAX. MIN. MIS. quarter of northeast quarter f Jecit|
FRUITS IOranges 14 86 'tJ' ;
86
of Florida, and examine the 751 18, township 88, south of range 41
other citizens along the East Coast. map String.Beans. 15 86 75: 85: 74 9'
lay of the land, or rather of the Cauliflower. Banana, 16 85: 78 83 76 the other 40 is the northeast of section
t.L water, between Titusville and the Fruit 17 85: 75 85: of southeast quarter
73 etyt.
"' Okra-Celery. Grape .. township 38, south of range 41: I
18
DANGER OF "SCORCHING. Chester Shoals House of Refuse; Cucumbers. Lemons, 19 86 86 75 79 80 68 The above land can be boughtine'PP ill",I
will that almost Tomatoes. iii I. Limes, 85 76 suitable |
see
you opposite 20 86 78 per acre. It 4s
E The of Titusville is the Banana river Beets, Cabbage, Peaches, 85: 75: lemon or lime growing. ,.
danger "scorching" on and I ,, Total rainfall for the orange "hr
Squash, Pineapple* week: 0.44 Inches Will be sold In loU of 40 u
our streets was once more exemplified that it extends from west to east New Potatoes, Strawberries r. Departure from normal rainfall for the cash. Thla land will soon be wortp tI:
+ Saturday night, when Mr. until it reaches the narrow strip of Egg Plant, Grapes, week: minus 0.56 Inches. Departure acre. .
per
Roswell Coleman collided with a land on which is situated the house Asparagus.,: CoooanutL' from normal rainfall since January I, Apply to C. H. Walton, ADoe1Aoffice
IEFERENOESThird Ttuimul Bank Atlanta,Oft. 0-:.Johnson,Oadr Iff ., Atlanta, plus 15.41 Inches. ,
: ) Graham Tld
,wagon on Main' street, and met 'refuge. The cutting.of an inlet Oa.; Armour racking Co.,Atlanta,.Q*.; Oo.M.T.jlor, W.8.Duncan Co' .,Atlanta,Ga. J. W. CBOMK:, Observer. vllle ; or to. Bobbins A
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musical at the Seaside Inn, Wednesday
night which was largely attended. The
programme comprised some very good FERTILIzERs I :
selections both vocal and Instrumental
and at Its close, the evenings entertain- . ;
ment wound up with a dance.A .

very enjoyable progressive euchre
party was given at the Ocean Beach
0 House last Thursday nightMelbourne. I 'PPICRS 1m i :.::




NGAKIN GOODK & OOODE.-Iteal- Estate.and Loans. Ill To *t !.f.fE111 fti

lAKent Globe. ,for and Etna Imperial, London Fire Insurance.anti Liverpool Special and :_:Ji.rl.e'appJ.e: : o Gro-w-ers._ .,

attention p..ld. to the Interest of nun reel- 1
I dent. .'
I Around.:: For'tl.1:1.mor.: : i Ill ,;
HOTEL CARLETON, MELBOURNE, FLA.- H Price $25.00. EeT" Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to
Beautifully situated. on .a high bluff, over f I
POWDERAbsolutely I looking(:the,and Indian rat_River.rennnnable.Plrat-cliuis. accommodations GUARASTTEED ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you we can savo you money. ; '.

F. ROBERTSON, Proprietor. Moisture................................... .......... ...' ........ .. .... 8 to 10Ammonia. STEAMED BONE RAW BONE : ..
Pure. ..-\.... ........'.... ......... .... ... ............ .... H to II t.. 1 ,
[E-I Equal. to Sulphate. of Ammonii...'.... .................. ..... .... ...........lIOto a BLOOD AND BONE ACID PIIOSPIIATE
Itt le strength WHEN YOU GO TO MELBOURNE call at the i Available. Phosphoro Acid ... ........ .....;.... .......>...... .:............... 8 te, 6K .
retell for great Tenlnfr: Bauuur, Mrs Clias J.F. Campbell Co., Millinory < iial to Bone riumphate o{ Lime.............. ....... .... .............. .. 11 to 1.1 DISSOLVED BONE NITRATE OF SODA
leaTthful'neM.. Assure adulteration the food att1'lne.nd to ., Notion., Dry Goods, Ladies' ready. { PntuhK20| : .......... ............ .................... .......... ...... ,.....'.". 6 to 8 :.
all form of common made and woven Underwear Ferris' Renowned KqiialtoSiilphnteof: Potash..:..............".. ''-.'' ..................:. ... atom SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO "
leap brands. Corsets,etc.,embroidery and colored silks, MaKuenla, Lime,Soda, etc ..........'...........'............ ..........w.... M to 00 STEMS, H
VAI. BAKING POWDER CO..'New York. souvenir spoons,Stationery, etc. E-I 1 !KS: Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL HARDWOOD ASHES,

r COTTON SEED HULL.ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES. :
I Mr. C. n. Stewart left last week, to. C2T": Special Mixtures. compounded? with machinery .at very low 0
:
est Palm Beach. join his wife at Daytona. H prices. : .. ,.

Chas. Bolton and wife, of. Malabar, ( .
t Geo. Mercier arrived on Friday were pleasant" visitors In town this week. Please Correspon
'I train and spent a day or so inpt. Miss Mattie Brown was" -the recipientof .
a very pretty tennis racket last :week. H Pamphlet.. I.1.J

J. n. Smith arrived In town Frl- Joe Chase, of Bay View, was in town LITTLE FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
Ight. The captain looks well and last Monday trading with our merch- i BROS. JQ
Jovial as usual. <, ants.U.. .

nk B. Everett has his boat Cupidd S. D(uty-marshal W. T. Prince, ;Taoksoc.: .7-i11e. Florld.a.: i
out on Gales' ways at Mangonla, was tho guest of Hotel Carleton from ,
la Riving it a thorough I overhauling.F. Saturday until Monday.T. .

Curry, Deputy Collector of' Cus- E.: James arrived In town last" Saturday day and Is busy renewing old friendship
of this port, has refused the posit- evening'; much to tho delight of Malabar. on Indian River. Mr. and Mrs. Bralnerd G. SPRINGER bs
Iffered him In Key West and will re- some of his young friends. are visiting Mrs C. C. Converse. Mrs. ;!
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i here. J: Houston May, of Rockledge, was J. F. Chase was in town\ Monday.' Bralnerd's sinter, at IJahla. t" f
A..Hodges, of Satsuma, arrived here the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Goode The Town Council should Rive Its attention -
day a. m. and remained over Sun- flora Saturday until Monday.A C. C. Carroll wont.to Melbourne Fri to cleaning the sidewalks of Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of -
lie Is down this In the interests day on business.
way weeds,which are becoming very annoying -
In
young lady town received a fine
lumber business. box of Rlply Queen pineapples, from a Rev. C. L. Howell and family of T ll- In some places, especially the walk i

pere are some changes to be made In friend at Jensen, last Saturday. man, were here Sunday leading to the county.bridge. ICE AND ,

reenleaf & Crosby apartments In George Ilaslehurst, of 'Waveland Albert Carroll spent Sunday, with Capt. John Houston will bo an Invalid \
oyal Poinciana hotel; the architect came to town and of Leslie Ware, at Tillman. p the next two weeks with A broken wrist.
up spent a
couple
last week to look It over.
up days last week, with his wife and daughter. Mr. Chas. T. Wolf,.of Jensen, Is visit The Injured! member has been sot in
nn-away-horse on the street Friday ing at Malabar Heights this week. planter by Dr. Brown, but will necessarily -
about the only excitement In town. I I take a long time to heal. Distilled. WaterRefrigerators
Damage was dono except to the wagd Last Saturday'was' a busy day for Mrs Frank Llpp has returned to Cocoa,
number attended tho
harness. United States Commissioner J. T. Hogg: utter a pleasant visit with friends hore. Quite a Episco-
In attending to some cases for Uncle pal services last; Sunjlay. Archdfiioon
I P. Dye's Lake Worth Hotel burned Goo. Washburn Is having the Drake Brown's lecture at the evening service Icd Chests Freezers and Water Coolers.
;
b Sunday morning, about 2 o'clock. Sam.Mrs. grove thoroughly worked out this week. on "The proper observance of rellllouaduties"
S. F.: Gibbs and family also Mr. FACTORIES....... '
I origin of the fire is unknown. Capt. Mr. and Mts. C. W. Bolton were visiting was a well delivered discourse

land and his escaped family with were only living a small in thee lot T.Melbourne E. James Beach, are spending, enjoying sometime surf bathIng at- down the river Sunday and Monday.Mrs. on a timely. -subject. Cocoa and West' Palm Beach.

kelr etc. J. F. Chase, of Bay View, was .
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clothing. .
last Roselahd. .
this
Carroll --
visiting Miss at place -
Miss Annlo Goode made a visit last .
(led deems since that the all 4th Interest of July in ;base however ball week to her grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs week' SEEDS I SEEDS !L II! For Fall Planting.
John Uoodo, at their beautiful home Inijouth A representative of the Florida Citizen,
'K>YI are only resting ,up, some of Melbourne here ],(ra. D. Cain has returned from a visit
from Jacksonville, was Tuesday,
i being up'in Georgia recruiting, and to Enos. stopping over a day at Woodlry
i the team does "muster hands" The steamer Spartan, of Eau Gallie, soliciting subscribers, etc. to visit her (laughter.: Mrs. E. M. Stokes IIRANH-ItofiiRea. Imp., .7I1pft' bnB.I1tefup.i 1000 to t,fl.T5 per bu..I Valentine ,fl.TB per bin I '
., Waalr Wa ta. I'per mi".i golden W uc. .M) iI"1 Ward willi'. ,tall.Ibr bushel.
Kidney *
per
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n, they are in hopes of having an- carried a jolly party of our .townspeople Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Conkling and ? ( ,. :
|r match, probably about Thanksglv- to Ercildoune Inn, at Roseland, last Sat- daughter, Lena, of Tillman, were guestsof The same thieving parties who took 0ASIIAiE-tsndardvarintleer.4oe' fj.oo per i Florida llender, Mo. o III pftr lit.
Day. urday morning, returning the same even- Mr. E. B. Arnold.here, one day lately. all of Mr. Adams' stuff, paid D. Cain'splace CELERY. _Bo.tnlt' Market.,.CHant... l-axilmll' Mexican Soli, BUTmnail Market. Gulden llelt."I.( ."bInir. -
pn ono of the Islands, a visit, and (: White 1 I'liime Ilk) X3n per lb. -
Ing. All report' a fine time. Daniel S. De Vinne, of New York, arrived harvested tho crop without his, conaeDt. LETrtTCK-Curle : llimuin Malamandar. IMmvur Market CalUoniln Cruam, Ilk.o.,, f 1.:11I1": r lb. Paris anti Lea'
fD YOUR VEGETABLES and fruitE. The Y. P P. Club was entertained by Thursday of last week, to spend don loo. ". }
B. Williams A Co., wholesale Miss Lillie Robertson at Hotel Carle- several days at Bay View, where he has L. C. Moore baa returned to Ercll- TUHN1I14VblM FlatUntchPurple' Top Plat' Dutch White Globe, Purple Top Globe Whit.
alt and produce merchants, 05 South ton, last Tuesday evenlng. About twentywere property interests. doune. lIe made a shorter stay In !Kuic. Seven Top, Cow: Horn On.at., ten! U lb.,:Win.per Ih. .
irrA IIAOA- Amorluan,no. .,Imi.. ,
Chicago than -lb. IIRu. lb.
expected. general tat V< iwr
oad street, Atlanta t Ga. See theirvt. present, and all report a very pleas- buklneBS there dull and the A full line tit all Sianlen.suit Flahl Seeds on liaiid. Vlorfila' and Georgia. Rte .and Rust Proof
very ...... .
on page 4. ant time. Cards and dancing. Write for pr. and price Hit to

Miss Edna Gillis, of Chicago, and Miss port Pierce weather very hot L, CAMERON, Seedsman

Ella E. Johnson, of.Valkaria, were pleas There Is money In pineapples, but Mr. 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE: FLA.OaU. .,
Seabreeze. Adams finds the trouble be
ant guests of Hotel Carleton, last week. out of thorn. Returns from to six to got It -- .- .-_ ... ,--- .. .. .. .- -....- -. .. .--_. ...--
These young ladles think Melbourne a We have been having some very refreshing crates:
delightful spot to stop at,'and we wouldall showers the last few days. Freight to Atlanta, t.'t.OO: ; two crate lost
C. W. Arnold of held
ev. Daytona,
In transportation, one crate spoiled on
copal service at the Seaside Inn, last always.be pleased to. have them stay withus Captain George Saunders left for, the way; gross receipts, |6 l; commission The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co. 4
dar .
night.rf Eden Saturday. OOcts; net return* '1.50. .
fishing; is very frequently Indulged Mr. L. C. Mo'ore passed through town Dr. Jennings arrived In town Monday: ,
and |It Is excellent sport for disciples last Saturday, on his way to Roseland, he has been down south doing; dental 3H. ercnDXaCXW, Q.oD.11\tCnno..or. ,
lir from Chicago, where he had been on a American and British CelebrateThe .
Isaac Walton. work. (LATE CHAPMAN ... 8UDLOW.) *
business trip. lIe said he was glad to
W. Adams, of Sanford, Is again aat get back to Indian River to enjoy, our Mr. John P. Saunders left Saturday. for British cruiser Curlew came Into South Jacksonville Florida.
of the Ocean Beach house. He ever-delightful cool breezes, (laa he bad Rhode Inland to learn a trade. We wish t ..
I be here for several days. found It very hot In Chicago and other him all succes. Eastport, Me., and helped the people of -- MANUFACTURER OF --

the cottages; and hotels are well filled, places where he had been since he left Mrs. James Dell Is quite sick at">rc ent. that city celebrate the glorious Fourth '
there seems to be more people on here. We trust ere long she may recover her In the most resonant style. The officers FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and
I beach than is usual at this season of Last Saturday evening Capt. Frank usual good health. of the Curlew kept open ship and the ,

year Powell Invited a number friends for a Dr. L. T. Daniels, of Cocoa, left Sat- Eastporters kept open house. The Maine --
f. J. Parramore, a guest of the Ocean .moonlight sail to Melbourne Beach, on urday, for his home. lie has been militia and the' British seamen fraternized Vegetables( g ) and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material,
his fast to hunt turtle 'and turtle .
ch houses caught a fine mess of whit- yacht, located here for the last two weeks doing and drank confusion to all enemiesof
also a, large bass, In the surf on eggs. Among those on board were Mrs. dental work. Cottop Seed Meal Tobacco Dnst Kanit Etc Also
day. Frank Robertson Mrs. P. P. Powell, Anglo-Snxondom.: The.navy depart ,
Mrs. R. W. Goode; the Misses Lillie Parson Oove arrived last night. He wont should make a note 'of the occur- The FnID.1": : :EXorCl-TllD.o: :: ,:EJrnnCL,
fc. T. Stewart, of the Seaside Inn, gave Robertson, Annie Goode, Maude Powell, will hold services In the Baptist Church enoe, as showing that the English are Ammonia . .... .. .. t..f..4 to 5 per cent"j
[regular dance last Saturday night Jessie Goodej the Messrs. R. V. Kavan- next Sunday, morning and evening. >AH Available Phoi. Acid... '.". ., ,0 to 8 per cent J lor 920.OO Per Ton. i
quite 'number attended and en- augh, A. J. Goode; also Miss Mollle E. are eordla.llylnvlted. not sensitive about the Fourth of July Potash K O . . . . ,6 to 7 per cont )
d l the affair very much. C. Kavanaugh, of Nashville, Tenn., andJ. tfr. Davis Is Jiavlnghls store and house Boston Transcript. Highest Commercial Value given our brand. in the last Bulletin. Write tar
swell King and B. H. Herndon, of H. May, of Rockledge. A delightful painted, which adds greatly' to Its looks. Priced. Order for :3 (tons and for our brands will be delivered free .i all
ford, have had their tent on theh evening was spent by all. Why don't our other merchants take a One percent of alcohol In water will freight charge to any railroad depot on the East Coast at catalogue price, until
for about a month, and are com- pattern and do likewise f further notice. 7l
ling business with pleasure. Theye Bay lumber and other building material .' kill a gold fish In one hour and thirty
two fine naphtha launches, andr direct from the Builders' SupplyCo. Messrs. Qllmaln, Male and Levett, of' minutes; 20 per cent will kill him Instant s
to pleasure parties for trips on the ., St. Augustine, and save the lumber Jensen, were pleasant visitors to town ly. The experiments may lead to the use
pifax river. yard man's commission last Monday. They came up to enjoyour
of i chemicals In the commercial pursuit
and registered at
excellent fishing,
Imong the popular lady guests at the the Fort Pierce Hotel. They secured a of the larger fishes. Fred'k. S. Morse '
pan Beach'house, are Mrs. P. J. Par- Banyan. fine of the tarpon tribe Monday -' -X- -
bore and her charming daughter Miss night t A
pi I, of Sanford. They have been here FAITHFUL fEN OR
| some weeks, and are very pleased W. J. Ragan has prepared fall.land to set WANTED to travel for responsible :RFAr: : : :EST: :: .. ..':IEJ
out 300 trees next house in Florida. Salary ,
f h the beach and Its many pleasures. orange Eau Gallie. established
M L. A. Cross, of Daytona, arrived on According to the latest decision, mul- $780 and expenses. Position permanent 1PLORWBAGENT
Reference. Enclose elf-audreRsed MIAMI: Dado do., -
aday.to few sucker.
f spend a days. let Is not a fish, but a t
envelope. The National Star
stamped
Dr. Ralph E. Smith of i Sanford, who Mrs. S. Jones and children were visiting Mrs. E: J. Burns spent Sunday last Insurance Bldg., Chicago. FOR LANDS OF ... f
boon spending a, few days at the In Banyan, on Sunday hist. with Mrs. ,W. J. Xesbitt, returning to -
'an Beach house, went home Monday.will Canaveral; on the Spartan Monday morn- .- .. -- --- '
take charge of Dr. Atwood'sIleal Henry' Casper, with his mother and Ing. Florida East Coast Kail way Company, v

practice In Daytona until OoVer father Saturday were in t. Banyan a short while on The members of the Eau Gallie Wheel NEW YORK Florida Coast Line Canal A Transportation Company, J

and returned to the latter place Club enjoyed a run out to Bovine last Boston A Florida Atlantlo Coast Land Company. 4
[ that purpose yesterday. Dr. Smith Miss Bessie Houston, of Eau Gallie Sunday some of them were glad to get
cite an ardent fisherman. spent a few days In Banyan last week, back. ; -' -, -. ... -- --- .- .-. --- .. ...

iuite a number of turtle nests haven visiting her sister Mrs. McMillan. The Jones boys, of Tropic, were the TAILORING CO.. wudtxl Gold' Hull and IJIpluin of Honor.t Cotton Bute and laUrnMloul Exposition,
found on the beach of late, and on Fishing for whiting Is one of the principal pleased recipients of a brand new bicycle AlUota, U*.,111\III.
knday night a party of young folks sports among Banjanltes at present LAst Monday, the first one to make 4

Im lich the contained Ocean Beach over one house hundred found eggs.one Usb. The whiting are a very. excellent Its appearance at Tropic.; POPULAR PRICE TAILORS.We TAE Ii. H. HAMMOND COMPANY

la a very pleasant pastime during the Capt. Chris Hoehr has returned from
palling beautiful moonlight nights, Messrs.J. T. and D. It. Snell and U. Daytona with his boat Nimrod and a ,
I is much indulged In. Neal are preparing about four acres of load of fine clams. Chris knows how to pt
land for Mr. Muriel, who will plant pine- make a palatable clam chowder: Carry tie Largest and
_ very enjoyable dance was given by apples and vegetables. PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.
W. Sidney Haigh, of the Colonnades Capt. Joe Smith, superintendent of
the Banyan Is not a town; w%. have no Indian River Steam Line
Casino, Monday night which was the newly organized Most Complete r*
Is In the center of 4
onded by of the hotel and town officers; but It boat Co., was here Saturday, examining -
a
Ind. South Omaha N.b. Chicago, Ills.
Hammond ,
of the best midwinter vegetable grow.
other oplfrom invitation one the steamer Progress, which Is laid up
ong tho the special Ocean Beach ing sections In the known world. la Eau Oallie river. of Suitings and Trouserings Salesrooms, 234: West Bay St, Thos. W. Dank, Manager,. Jacksonville, Fla. F

u Be were Mrs. H. S. Adams, Miss Nell Ray/ Bros.. shipped a quantity of The family of W. K. Tombs has moved
rrauiore, and Messrs. Roswell King,' very fine pines this week, by the St. Au- Into the Bravo cottage. Mrs. Tomb in the State Markets idranclag Rapidly on Lards Hams and Bdlles. .
II. Herndon and ..... *
| P. G. Walton. gustine. Pineapples recently shipped bv still remains very ill, confined! to her
surf bathing Is very refreshing this line on Saturday reached New York bed the greater part of the time under 'Write u for :Jr1.oe: xa
I many people from the Interior ander via O. S. S. Co., on Wednesday night. the care of Dr..Holmes.
$t6 and $20 ,. _... .. .
parts of the state are at Seabreeze Nearly everyone In this vicinity are Th t steamer Spartan carried an excursion Suits to Order -- -- ----

(Joying 1 breezes a dip that la Old Ocean. With the getting land ready to demonstrated plant pines It havIng that- party to Erclldoane Inn, Boseland, Trousers to Order .. .. $4 and $5
are always to be founde been thoroughly Thursday of last week. A very enjoy JOB PRINTING:
e,> Is not surprising that some Flor- soil and climate are well adapted to ,
oar those fortunateenough
I able day was passed by maiL '.
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come la preference to going north the culture of that as well as a great to be able to go along. Sample sent by
ere so much hot weather prevails. A many other Tropical fruits. OF ALL KINDS ,: ,;
Imber of Daytoolana take a spin over Eugene Bralnerd, a one-time resident NEW YORK TAILORING COMPANY
|the beach on their wheels in the even- Gallic but later of Braaford :Executed at the I. tJ:
IF YOU NEED a Good, BflllabU. and of |Eau Wo. 17 East Bay Street, ;
> and Indulge In a salt water bath. Widely-read Newspaper, Subscribe for I ".., where he baa been teamboating
'Fe. Patton, of DeLand, gave, a the ADVOCATK. on the s Suwanee river, returned last Mon- Jacksonville. Florida.. I ADVOCATE PRINTING OFPIOE. n

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1 (From our New York Correspondent] Tk. AraW Ar. AswtmBjm* sad E..iwy... New York, .

NEw TOBK, July! 16, 1807. Lvxary of SH.._ Philadelphia and Boston. Short Line between Florida and all Northern Poln

"10'the Desert With the Bedouin" is Balling from Brunswick, Ga-. direct to New York. Everett Savannah Augusta Ga., Columbia' Washlntlrnore gt n
Oeo.. M. Robblns, of Titusvllle, din- Philadelphia, New York Boston and
a tha title ot an article in The Century, ..ERnez.Vi. the i East
good Bonse, as he always does In PASSENGER Everett, :Macon, Atlanta,, Chattanooga, Nashville, Louljvllle
making his short stay In New York, .as It written and illustrated by the English F.mandl-. O. &I; P. By and Cumberland Router Cia
artist B,. Talbot Jpokpouville 5,15 a ml Lv. r.nur.ndlna Edo p mAr and Ohloago.
Kelly. Mr. XeJ18In L.
a has been fearfully hot. Brun..lcK 6.30y m. JAil except Sunda'. Everett,Birmingham, Holly Springs, Memphis, Little Rock: Kansas ru.
closed Cth his article Desert life induces habitsof Via Everett all rallLr. c::.do P. By and Bo. A' L. JacllllOD- Louis Chicago, Sioux City. ./.
M. pie ,
Mr. Flagler
Henry abstemiousness. with the ..00 n mboard Ar m. Dally. Pseseogen
Billing sun, nvlllo I Thursdays.p River Junction Pensacola Mobile, New Orleans, Texas \
residence last week and has exleo.
gone for
avenue allowed on (upper CaIJJ
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to his palatial residence, Oriental on a dish of oumis, or mare's milk and a and the Pacific Coast. Effective May 1O, 1807.

' 1 Bound for the mall cup of black coffee are the only Now York
i 'Long Island summer, 1 SAILINGS Express No. 8t leap
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refreshments generally partaken of. The PROPOSED vlllo8U a. m., dally, with i;, 1Dave.
e C Great Interest Is shown here In certain is Lv.New Fork,Pier 21 E.B.,OOp.m., Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick. g R: Sleepers for Savannah Colmnbla' ''i.l:.
...
circles regarding the oulture of sugar in day spent following one's pursuits, Friday, July: 3..........................STATIC OF TEXAS............. .......... Friday: July II ATLANTA a Baltimore, Phil..lpbl.. New Yo- :
Iv doubt that there and with the"exception of an occasional Friday: July S........................... RIO GRANDEEdty.'jSy !:....... ....................Frlda).Jill, 16 Y 0 Eastern palnte. Connects 'or III
h Florid and I have no cup of coffee and some' light 16...........................BTAT& or TJGXAe..,......................Frtda),Jul) 28 0 Arrives JIIck oD.W.II:80p.m.: W
I will b41 a great boom hi this direction\ on very 28...:......................... RIO GRANDB....................... ...."W.-W. ans.
the East Coast ere long. snack, one has no meal of any kind Friday) J.ly 80......_......................COLORADO.... ........................Friday, Aug. e.. A P New York raw Man Nq >
till after sundown. One becomes railroad or toCHAS. Jacksonville 7:00.Am p. m. daisy e
quickly For general Information,steamers,trains! rates etc. apply to any agent for a
New York Is full of Florida pineapples; aocnstomSed to long fasting and abstinence ., .DAvlltb.Ageat,vo W.Bay 8...Jscl aonvt le. 5 As .vllle'points to Now. York.Carrl. tbro81h Steep," J

the Italian peddlers are hawking them from form of drink and the H. H.RAYMOND,General Southern Agent,Brunswick.Ga. +y :10a.m. J
at street corners and the fruit stands on any C.H.:MALLORY,,General Agent Pier 20,E.R/rand 862 Broadway,N.Y. -
1'f simple dinner at night is more keenly
the ways to the ferries and railroads have
Cincinnati and
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I all kinds and qualities at prices from to enjoyed in consequence. Though plain, 4 1 Jacksonville T-OOpm.,vkl&reretto 31,

to dye each. Each lot Is marked as to the food is excellently cooked, and usually } 1' p lanta, Chattanooga Connects for.IIb_.....

( name and locality where grown and In. consists of *. huge tray of rice, overWhich r r w 'TJasnville and St Louie? Chicago and 11I1
i a western points. :
I dian River pines seemto have the "call". I. poured a>dish of semna, or liquid 1'I o.s. r 9t80MY11(1 Jacksonville 8.10 a. m.Returning trata

We bought one of the largest and finest butter. Bound the tray are pigeons I a.o.. --
4 Porto Rico the other_day for 35 cento.
stuffed with nuts and spices, and the p Asberllle Route. Through PuUmau

The smiling face of Mr. James Williamson pyramid of rice is surmounted by a lambor e oL P Car service for Cincinnati via Savannah.

71 of :Mlcco, can' be seen there kid, frequently cooked whole. Boiled 01Dji1j/ r d" as bla the,Ashevllle Celebrated, Hot Mountain: Springs; Knoxville,

l days, about the Fruit Exchange. He bean., and perhaps a few fresh herbs, c s? p Carolina. Leave JacDoUvlJle Country oTit

was noticed trudging through Park Place appear occasionally which, with the a I l e o v ives Cincinnati TAO a. m. IIetnloJ,1L,
Jacksonville 0 JO a m.
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1 yesterday, with a bundle of his Porto usual flat loaves and a large dish of ria- +
t p Rico pines under each arm, blowing like anr wan -
bil-laban, or boiled rice pudding, com- .tar".. .
a porpoise and perspiring more freely plete the meal. Salt is seldom seen-a i'4& .tie"t Only Line Through the B
than be would in Florida. He Is telling d w Country of Middle Florida P.nuli.
New Yorkers how disagreeable and hot distinct privation-except on the first 4 Fw Kscambla. Bar: Leave Jaoksonvil ; ,
s It Is here and advising them to spend day of your visit, and drinking water ia y Lake City.,..Live Oak Madleon fcoL
.44eeTallahassee..
their summers on Indian River. often scarce. After dinner a huge fire of I wORRIIDA CENiTRA1 : z.*!lean!!and%Junction. ?ut eel Mexico,*

The Itoseland Inlet. Company baA received corncobs, or sticks and camel dung, is fr and ,,,,e, ornia and the Pacific Coast. Carrtw liiil

I the report, together with plans lighted in the tent, about which we by rENllIISULAR RA rt a No.larrivesJacksonville7:56am.

and estimates for the Inlet at Sebastian, gather and enjoy the after dinner cup of and Coanlo0one.! -

from their engineer.: Mr. J. W. Bushnell coffee and a smoke and, should we be S54-%-'' ea rLOBypa, Leaves Silver Jacksonville 9::18 a.m.for
Spring Ocala OainesvUlTn.
thorne. ,
hl of Jacksonville, who has recently made in the mood, talk. ........ ....-. .. .urn. s .Key, WUdwood. Lie ba..g, TsTarwriS
+ hIs examination, making his headquarters The Arabs hare one excellent point of Orlando Laoooehee., Dade City, Plufi

at the office of The Clnoinnatus etiquette Talk for talk's sake is not ex Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville: p.m.
i Farms at Sebastian. The directors of NASHVILLE ROUTE-Through Pullman Bloopers, Via!Fverett Macon, Atlun
: Aver
} pected. ready for a yarn, they Cbattanoog'. Leave Jacksonville p.m.. arrive Nashville 7.00 next p. m. LeaveI
+ the Inlet Company are npw all In New eagerly respond should yon wish to converse 11.00..m.j arrive Jacksonville 8:10 next: : a. m. _
York and they will shortly hold a meet- but the luxury of silence is not 81O; a. m.-Lea'.e JaoksonviUe for Brunswick by the Cumberland Route steamer, ud ft
ing at the offlco of the company, at New berland\ Sound.
denied if one's mood be thoughtful. 4tOO p. nu-Local for Everett. Close connection for Brunswick. Shortest antI qalckntn
Rochelle, N. Y., to consider the engi noo1 M.-r..oc.I'or Tallahassee Intermediate points. Arrive Jacksonvlllt{
::15p.
r neer's report. It Is exbected that work The idea of a fire in one's tent may 9:4O P. M..-For Tampa and intermediate point, Pullman sleepers. Arrive JaciuonvtiltTi n.

will commence on the inlet early in the strike some of my readers as a. uperfln--. Through Sleepers for Cincinnati via.Ashevllle leave.Jacksonville 7.00p. m., srrlm i
but the Ville I.46 p.m.,arrives Cincinnati TAO a. m. .
tall ity, nights are often intensely For Macon Atlanta,two Trains Daily. Leave Jacksonville 8:111 a.m.and 7:00 p.m.
cold, and after: bathing in the sun all rr: BUMMER KATES to Excursion Points-In effect June 1st.
Mr. :Xlagler, according to recent reports Pullman Sleepers Trains. Parlor can between Jacksonville and Tamp..
day with the thermometer at 90 to 100
' d 'If has placed an order with the :_ Send for Best Indexed Township Map of Florida to
Cramp., of Philadelphia, for. large and degrees in the shade the sudden fall of SAFETY I COMFORT I QUICK 'TIME LOW RATES I N. S. PENNINQTON A. O. MAcDONELL,

handsome vessel to ply between Miami temperature to. little above freezing Traffic Manager. General PaesengerJ

and Nassau. Tho vessel. will be 250 feet point to very trying, and in spite of fire, Finest Cuisine and Service, No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York. .

long and fitted np very luxuriously. Next blanket ands thick ulster, I hare frequently C The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers t
'winter's tourists will not experience<< the been obliged to go outside and
'10( dltHcuHle In going to the Bahamas that The Tropical! Trunk Line
they have heretofore. The F. E. C. R'y. to run ray about half In frozen order'to extremities.restore circulation "Comanche"
laving ordered five new, heavy Sohneo-
ll r.;" s tally locomotives, It looks as If they were North-Bound. Jacksonville. Tampa & Key West Railwa
l going to take care of the tourists right, ROBBED BEN FRANKLIN. Steamers. to .according tG the tide. .
From .1 JACKSONVILLE 1'L4., (calling .t Charleston), BuadaysJTue.claysud: Thursdays.Fridays.: JOSEPH H. DURKEE Receiver.
next season.The From CHARLESTON C.m .. .... .nd .
ala :Inscription of the Stolen Garments For hour of sailing see"ClydeLine"ScheduleorJackeonvtUe and Charleston dally papen. SOUTH '. IcORTH-
1' pulllo printer was sleeping; his and the Mae 'Who Took Then 4 Time Table In Effect May 15,'97.
sleep' was sound and of long duration No. No.400: No. 21 Mo.23 NO.32.' .No. 78.TSoT40p
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for he had slept for more than The following advertisement ia taken / South-Bound. :::::: LocalMixed; .830p06p 912a Lv836a .......JACKSONVILLE.""...Ar 7 80am m\
century. Steamers ........ ............ ............ 616pml609pmTw
from the Pennsylvania; Gazette, No. 683, are appointed to sail from Pier 28, East River New York at 3 m. as follows t Orange Park. Slam M
His couch was under the sod of the yardof For CHARLESTON S. O. Mondays, Wednceday. and Fridays. ........ MoW'y 915p946p 9 44 a ..... ........Peorla................ 640am. *
the oldest church In the Metropolis, wherein the reader of Feb. 22, 1788, For JACKSONVILLE,FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Monday., Wednesdays and Fridays. ........ and Fri ......., ......:Magnolia ..... .. Ttmr
'" which fronted on principal thorough was Informed that The Gazette contained ........ ... 10 tea ...,..Green Cove springs...... ... 6094m'5488pm5k
........ ...... .. ....... .... .. "....,....Bnstwlck. ..T.......... .......... ..K
fare of a great nation. For many decades the'Freshest advice., Foreign and Clyde New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.) ........ 11 59H" HOOp 103lla... .... ..... ..Palatka......... .. 500am428am BOOpm427pra "I,
b the public printer had been soothed In Domcstick. Printed by B. Franklin, (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) ..;..... 1243p. 12 Sip l122a..Bateuma, ..*,...,......... .11/
his slumber by the chimes from the Poet at the .,...... 100Jp Heap 11 saa ..............Pomona............... 414am 414 mill
Master news printing offices STEAMERS "DELAWARE," AND "ONEIDA" ........ 1 3p 12O8aii30a..CresoentCltyJunctlon....... 858am 359pm UK,
steeple of the oldest church, the chimes near the Market.. Price, 10s. year. to sail follows ........ 220p 12 25 a104a 12 Ota ............Seville............. ... Swam 843pm Iii'1 '
1. seeming to always to repeat, "Who Where advertisements and Iaokaonvdlle appointed, as i From Lewis' ......... 843 p 12 88a! ? ... ...DeLeon SpringsOlenwood ......-. ... 802am2B5am 303pm?,
taatehti over Israel tlumbfrt,nor tlerp." are taken in From foot of Hogan Street, Wharf Boston ........ 412 p465p 111 a180a 12 45p ............. .............. 2Mpm '
; had Book Binding is done reasonably, in the THURSDAYS. FRIDAYS. .... ... 12 (mi.. .. .... .......Beresford............... 240am148am 238pm 10II
The
public printer unconsciously "..:... 520p.' ....... 115pAtl .. ....... 218pm.
:
: best manners"STOLEN .......... .......... .h.
K witnessed the progress of the world, In ....,,.. 4 IS p ........ 1240aLvt240p ) .DeLand {ILv .......... 255pm1284am '''h
the principal thoroughfare of the great on the 13th Instant by: one William St. River Line. ....... 013 p......... Enterprise. '''h.
.: Lloyd, out of the house of Benj. Franklin an Clyde's Johns :.. .....4 26pAr..TITUSVILLE..Lv'. .....
a nation from primitive times and had ...: ... ........ .t.. ..... .. .. .... .
half worn Bagatbee coat lln'd with Elk four # .1. .. .. .. Paola. .... ..". .......... ,,,h
been present from the time of the watoh-< fine bomespnn shirts, fine Holland shirt ruffled DE BARY LINE ........ ........ ........ ... ..........Sorrento.............;.. .......... ...h
man telling of the night, down' to the a ( ) ...... .. ...... .. ........ seep ... ...........iuit. Dora.............. .. ......... 93650..
of the street-car and the coach at tho Hands and Bosom. a pair of black Jacksonville,Falatka, Sanford,Enterprise,Flu.. Intermediate landings, on the St.John's River,. ........ ... .... ........ 4 Oftp Ar..Ta..re..L.: .. :.... .. J920am150pm ....
coming .
broadcloth| Breeches now a at>d and lined with ........ 8oop.14oII..14oOp.A.r..Saalol'd..L" I)
1: propelled by other power than that of leather two pair of good worsted stockings, : ........ ........ ........Altamonte Springs.......... .....
the beast. one of dark color, oambrlck Handkerchief, ........ ........ ...... .. ..... ....Winter Park............. ....
The tens of millions of people who marked with an F in rod silk a new pair of SteamerCAFT. ........ ........ 230 aB25 305p' ..::.....:.. Orlando .... ..........1217 p m 1216am......
Calf skin shoes a Boy's new Castor Has, andsundry W. A. SHAW. ........ ........ .... ::NI.etmmee.., .......... ......
1r had"from the time immemorial passed other thl.. ... ." ........ ........ Ar.....,..::.. Bartow Jo..L.: .. .
by his habitation, recked not of its existence Is appointed. to sail as follows. ........ ........ a 8 20p ....... """.Lakeland ............ .1I411pm 0405m..,,...
it modest but occasionally N. ITh. said Lloyd pretends to understand Leaves Jacksonville, i r Tuesdays and Saturdays at 8.30 p. m ........ ........ t786.. 7 4Bp ..... ...... ..Bartow t885pmtSSOpm 920am800am? .,
was so ; Latin and Greek, and bas been a schoolmaster Loaves Sanford >- -' Mondays and Thursdays at 4.00 a.an: ......... ........ 1.08p' Ar..Punta: : Gorda..Lv: .. ..A.
e one would find It out and then he ; Ho te an Irishman about 80 :years of ........ ..,..... 800 a 6 4Bp .A.r..Tamp..L... 800pm ......
would read this epitaph: age tall and slim t Had on a lightish. oolourM ........ ........ .....Tampa Bay: Hotel.......... '1'"
'i f "Here lies the body of Mr. William Great Coat red Jacket, a pair' of black sUk Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. ........ Monsnd 8 40 7 08p Ar........... Port Tampa.........LV.. e'1211 I'm 720am.....
breech.> ., an old felt Hat too little for him and ......? Than 10 lOp( Lv......'......PortT.mpa..Ar 280pm Thiin.ud3n
Bradford, printer, who departed this life sewed. on tho side of the crown with whlto ... ........ Tues &; Friday.: ? oop A*............*.) W..t..L... 980 I' m Wed.and 811.
May Ka, 171\:1\: ; aged 02 years; he was' born I ...... .. Wed and Bat. 800aAI'.K..n..L.:: .. 1280pm Wed and Sit
In Leicestershire In Old England In Thread and an old dark oolonr'd wig! but J.o.L.HOWARD; Superintendent. F.M.IROHMONOKR,JR.,Fla,pane Azt.
may perhaps wear some of the stolen oloatbes Foot Hogan St. 2W..t Bay St. Dally: t Daily except Sund.).
1000; and came over to America In 1682 above mentioned. Whoever secures. tbo said ; JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Train.91 and 82 Carry: Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars.
before the city of Philadelphia was laidout. Thief so that he may be brought to Julio, Indian River steamers (new line)leave Titusville Monday,Wednesday,and Friday< at7..
: He was printer to this Government hall have Thirty: Shillings reward and reasonable TUBo.G.Edam T.At, ,W. H.WABBCBTOH,E.P.A., M. H.CLTDB, A.T. M. Cocoa Rookl..dgeLEaa Gallle Melbourne and Intermediate points on Indian River. Retleave
for upwards of DO years; and being quite charges paid by B. FBASTKIOM. 5 BOWLING GREEK NEW YORK. Melbourne Tuesday,Thursday and Saturday: 7 a. m.'arrive at Titusvllle 8:00 p.mTrain
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23, 10..lagJack.on.UI. dallr.t: 912: a m.,arrives at Hawthorne at 12-08: Gilt
worn out with old age and labor, ne left 1:05, Octets I -ISO TLeesburg a:32. Brooksvllle II:45 p. m. Train leaving Jacksonville ':*'
this mortal state, In the lively hopes of Pennsylvania Vox Hooting. VFM. P. Cl/TDK A CO., General .Ag-enU, arrives at Oaklanml 4:08: a.m., Laconnnee 6-40 p.m.,Tarpon Springs 8:Si p.m., Clearmttr *
blessed Immortality." While there is a general Impression 5 Bowling Green N.w York. ,1* So. IJTelaware Ave.,Philadelphia. m., St. Petersburg 10 do a.m.,daily: except Sunday.

'Reader, reflect how soon you'll quit that Americans do not go in for fox ,. W.General B. COFFIN Superintendent., G. General D. ACKEBLT 1'88Hnl'f, :

this stage;" "you'll find but few attain hunting do Englishmen: it is by .

to such an age." Life's full of pain: Lot all odds the most popular winter sport

i here's a place of rest. Prepare to meet in Pennsylvania. There are in the

your"Here God also, then lies you the are body blest.of Elizabeth, southeastern counties, as fine, packs of Florida East Coast. Ry.

] wife to the laid William Bradford, who hounds aa can be shown in England !S-

departed this life July 8, 1731, aged 08 though fewer in number, and some 5outhernRai1way Tra ...... taw .-0.1...4 .. Sass t, l"f.Boeeland. .
,)ea" horses that hold their own against the -

+# In the midst of the greatest activity of best. of English importations over as D6ve. *OHTJ< Bo17MD (Real 0'PI

life, the public printer Is alone, exceptfor "stiff" a country as that hunted by the

for the presence of his beloved Elizabeth famous Quorn pack, of which the Earl ABSOLUTELY THE SBOtTEST ROUTE.rUTiT.sfATT .... ,. ,... o n..
rf'; -both Inanimate.* Rtqueiscat in pare.CRAOKan.. of Lon dale ia master. At a recent run

,.\ ; ICO couples of hounds were out and '
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about 200 riders. Just now there is consternation

a'' I.' t' To Car Constipation Forever among owners of the Pennsylvania C..:.. XHOROTJOXTAJUI OOAOXdS: VXsVTXBTSLBD: TBAi3.NORTH :: Air'.........
Take CoBosnts CendvCatherUc. 100 01'150.!
It O. O. O. fall to euro, druggists refund money. hounds because of an outbreak t
of ratios in tho Strafford Hunt kennels,
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l' Systems Tnat Made Crest H... which has necessitated the killing of EAST AND WEST.

the entire pack of 85, many of them

", Doubtless the early OaJvinistvu dogs Imported from noted English ... ... .. .. "
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pretty austere In bis life. Doubtless the TRAINS TUB BAST. x
packs. A rabid cur bit one of the M.. .
Puritan sometimes looked if all rlYaoity
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hounds. few weeks agO, and this dog.
were washed out of his face. 1 Washington and Southwestern Limited. ... .. 1i1a
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of the kennels. So all were killed And the United States Fast Mall.

grim. But the ago In which he appeared as a matter of safety. There is fear that .. 'S : ....Melbournq,,;,.... w 11 .... ..
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was other hounds in other parks have been OILY 91 &OUES JACXBOT7ILLB TO W' HD'GT01f. .......Bcbastlaa... A
God to do demanded inch stern preparation bitten, and that an outbreak of hydrophobia ....... 8s. uoie ......... t7
:, and living. But what men that ONLY 27 HOU13 JAOK8057ILL1 TO HBT T01T Fort H po.. -
throughout. the hunting district :: ..........BdAOk
system did produce-men of heroic may follow. All possible precautions ;: ;;

mold men of the martyr spirit genuine to prevent this disaster have been taken IkJI4 Tusltimled Trains eossposea et Latest laipwod Pau... oata|Oar* a4:Hotel da- ....... ,

meal You could trust them, you could and hounds which have been exposed tag Cars same* without ...... to"...........XAlHsus. :;::: l ::::: :: : : : .. ....: :::

lean hard against them. They were glUladelnriln.New Tert and the ....
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great fdarers of God, but had precious .' ...,.. 0111 190.
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little fur of man or the deviL-Christian THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM : .
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} BUNTING PARTY IN VARIOUS NOTES. '- v- I Invite:JOur Attention to my Complete Stoek of Spring'' and Summer Resorts on the East Coast R'y. j

FLORIDA.were and CROCKERY
Ikrtt ....... I e :rront-Inipor.-- .. HARDWARE ,
.he> ChildrenGalten.. :
a house party of ten or a doz- Bodioes of tailor! made are Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves,Tinware, GranIteware The Florida East Coast Railway to Miami. The Miami A Key West Steamship "ti.
people assembled at Liberty Hall close fitting, with a gowns loom,>> plastron generally of [ doors, sash and blinds and Builders Hardware, water coolers, Ice cream Line to Key West. '
River Florida. a different material and color. At present freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, garden tools, KEY WEST Hotel Went $4 and and commercial
ilian and Key upward, special weekly
plows and harrows paints and oils Fruit Jars Jelly glasses, poultry netting i
evening,early In after partak- Ills the bodloe affecting the form of'the and barbed wire rates. Open entire year. A. M. Taylor Manager. General offices: bt. Augustine.
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because applique bolaro, square or round, which I* J
f a hearty Harrison Bros Ready Mixed Paints': C. B. KNOTT,
lateness of the hour-six: : p. m.- Tin shop In connection wIth store. Large Galvanized Iron Tanks Special; General Superintendent Florida East Coast Hotel 'j,

not be called a bunt breakfast, ty. Made to order au as the ordinary wooden ones ''Contract taken anywhere the .. System.k
buttering ---- -- ---- --- -
for dinner, .was chris- County for tin roofing, ,eto. Fleam. write me for Prices. eoltolt ft {an
early Attention
as too Lion of your patronage.. Mail Orders given.IToiupt and Careful amt Inquiries for
lunch, as all nondescript mealswe annweroil promptly.' ___
| set out upon a turtle hunt on 3Vt.' Gi-R: 'C'EImn., Travelers' Hotel./ ::1

cean beach, a mile distant. Weed West Palm Beach; Flaprlues .

the beach just at dusk, after a
1't Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla.
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walk, during which 'we violently .
ised our arms as well as our lower ,\ This hotel Is now under new management, and has boon thoroughly renovated, .J

over .a lovely, picturesque trail, HOME SEEKERS = throughout.Bus I :;i

e beauty we did not, for obvious meets all Trains, and Electric Cars pass door. Bath rooms and all 7j

DB i, pause to admire. We were, In Conveniences on every floor. 'f,

t, pursued by a large army of musl- OPEN ALL THE YEAR.,

nd business-like mosquitoes, Intent Who are Seekinga. Homo-in the RAtes:-American Flan, $3 to $:j.50;. European, 60o to *1. Special by the week. ,
little bills at :
presenting numerous *$
Mrs. FINLEY, Proprietress.
and all points. As from principal South should--send' to the undersignedfor .

lablt, we avoid contact with bills of

kind whenever possible, we beat j == !JI' 1 Sj .

off when we could, and ran fromat. / a copy of the \ ..r... ,
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e moon was partially obsour-

>y young clouds, giving the Atlantic ocean 0 Florida East ,Coast -Home seek ere CO_, :) x.S);lj 0:1 o::

y, weird appearance, and filling the j aH;; \ ( : i" ,1 1a
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t with mystery. Seated on the sand 3t ...-:1.!:I ,
IB gathering dark, we told the most '" I = 8.,1: Qi
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We have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco and for = "
ble ghost stories and adventures Growing, => !.nJ"'ri ".
bears and other wild beasts at Winter and Summer Herpes. Climate the healthiest, in the United States. 93 \ J !

t, until, when'we were experiencing Apply to *; .u 11 i S'1';9 e'c::1\1\ .a.

unced oat delightful that the hour shudders to advance, our leader hade wide preferred belt,with TAILOR most the MADE full often blouse GOWN.block In, of front ribbon and JAS.. E. I NCR AH AM, Land Commissioner; .:a I ,'l I, ..$,\ di f i I iJ g gt ,[;

wound many times around the waist FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, i ...= ft'! CI
deed Skirts are fiat in front and! at the sides, .
strolled along the beach in ;if
all the fullness being thrown to the back, ST.. AUGUSTINE FLA. ; )
parties, calling out many bets as / !; Sa
where It forms three or five godota,accord i J .
n>ho should be the first to see a tur- ing to the wearer's figure and the material } LJfl -
hen just as the first mile had been employed. The circumference of the skirt II
(red, there was a simultaneoust ranges form four to five yards. FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY ""t" r:" g : 8. 'f
such Very few pockets are soen In Jackets, ,
It ,
and rush impossible
was concealed ; 1
what there are being usually sCI I !
kay who had been first, and all bets under a fold or trimming.The (Successors to THE A.%B. CAMPBELL CO.) .. i. :ii ; 1
declared off. shoes and slippers worn with even- : r I .
tI JI .
Ie turtle-weighing 500lbs.wasplaced color.Ing costume must now match the gown In Pianos, Organs and Musical Merchandise. ; :1 ,: i1.8= v"

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upon her back by the gentle- who x,1 + a # ,
and
Children! both boys girls, are .1.a fiI';
where,, with all her great might not perfectly robust should always wo rgnUCI'9 A CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND, ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE.We tza: : ::. \ .'\ :,'I .;.,j .,!d!! -< .,.,
when out of doors In cold l' .ts
strength, she was as helpless and going purchased In January last the Immense stock of Pianos sheet
Organs, ;
weather. There Is no reason why the head .a-
less as an Infant-provided, only, and the part of the body should be music and musical Instruments; of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out -c; yM a H 11 1ia. 1-
one kept a respectful distance from carefully upper protected from chill while the the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low ptlcos, to make room for a full J K
line of the celebrated Conover New Schubert and .. "
England KIngsbury; Pianos !
reat head and strong beak. legs, from the knees downward, are no
We have the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to $200 more than we
air than
In the
thus and and more warmly covered open ai ,
her '
laving moaning ask for them : ) ,1 liils
Ing her breast with her flippers Indoors. Children! who are equally well Conover,. ,wal................ .....C::11IO Halnell Droll., .trlo 5, mah.. .............$9oo is::
protected from head to foot are much less I .. ..2'K. eb...... .,..........1..\.. ..5 schubert 1B............w......... 276I .
ther in anger or despair! we could liable to colds and croup than thorn who to J.eb ......... .,...2110 Malcolm Love, wal................ .. 2110 !1 ,
scattered to not.. .. to !' wal.........,...::1.......... /11.10 Steinway lib............. ....... Weu / .d... I "
learn-we gathere are to M.ob..4..0. Everett, !h................ vie t !'a .h
drift-wood for a fire for light, and Combinations of blue and green are still I. to K. cal ....:.........'.. 82.' l Dlf8bury.t}.lon eb?. ..........,.....r. 2'k r
very much a la made and are often very MoCammon, stle 22wat ............r....... /11.10 to A ... 11<". t f e jll ;
ke to keep off mosquitoes and sand In pale tones the suggestion is .. b" 2imah........... ........alb Knab. Grand eb.t'1.......,... IIIto / _4 ; ,
charming. .. 7.w&l....................,275 Stuyvlllllll1t .b. .................... 118to IE .
while at work.. Suddenly two of of reflections in limpid water, while in the u 7ab................... .2/IO/ wal...... .......... II.. : t jdM .
ladles, who had wandered, in their deep ones the colors of the petcock soom to Haines. Brol.. to 6..b...................... 200 N..by& Evalls eb.. ... ,,,......... US.a $ l
be repeated. With black the strong green a to 8.eb.. .................. 175 Joe. M.Star, .b........,................ 110to
:h for wood, a short distance up the and blue effects are especially happy. Not to to 8.mab................ 1110 Morrie, .. .. .. 100 ';=i'a 11t \ ,
h i,'came rushing wildly back, frantl- quite so satisfactory is the newer combina- Some of these pianos have been rented, but we have had them re-polished and < Q "' it '
y waving their arms and screeching tion of violet and pale blue, but it is a put in thorough order, and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momey re :z:4: &f.d '
novelty and therefore to be chronicled. funded. We furnish a stool, scarf, Instruction book and delivered f. o. b. Jacksonville J
most dreadful, blood-curdling way. Today's Illustration shows a tailor made ; cash or installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us.
ing gathered the rest, In a state of costume of beige cloth. The skirt has go- FREYER & BRADLEY ,1IUSIO COMPANY, '
=:: :OTE2el OO OLt.::
ful suspense and excitement, about dets at the book while oa the left side are 24 East Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla. ,, 1

they calmly announced that they three stitched silver.folds ornamented The bodice is with plain but In ._ n ___ .. .. __ __ MIAMI FLORIDA;
found another turtle In the act of tons of cut
the book, while In front there is a yoke of : :iO'JL'JbJXjS.Stroot a.
ng her eggs, and that as soon as she cashmere embroidered silk,over which the Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvement.I.oo"tell on park, nee!
covered her nest, they Intended to cloth Is arranged in throe diagonal'folds block from Hotel Royal 'l\lm, commanding splendid vlew=of Blscayue Buy, Ratimf'J .
her themselves. decorated with buttons. The close cloth : per day and upward. Special rates by week or month. 1(

sleeves are divided near the top over a. puffof .
>fitting at once grew lively-could cashmere silk. The soft belt Is of pink Fischer', Cottage.; -- ,'
y or could they not turn It 1 f>> In 20 velvet, and a bow of pink velvet Is placed
utes the turtle had finished her task on the right shoulder. The collarette and OCEAN :BEACH HOUSE. r-' .
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wan ready to return to the water. wrist frills are of white loco.JODIO. Pa1D.1: T:1: 'tus-v:111o": F1a. s ., .I
CHOLL&T.Webster's Centrally located between both depots. Airy rooms, good table, pure drinkIng -
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two ladles seized the shell and lifted ON THE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN .
water.
side o( the turtle, and undoubtedly Daal" Gin. Rates: $2.00.per day; special rates by the week or month. Opposite Daytona, near the City; Beautiful Boulevard; Surf battling. Summer '
Id have turned her If she had not Webster habitually fortified himself CUR. F. FISCHER, Proprietor. Rates $7 and f>8 per week. Special rate to families. House open all the year. "

unusually strong in her left flippers; during speeches with gin and water. Address MRS. ]r. C. UKUUV, Son Urooi-.e, Fla.
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ides, the ladles were. thoroughly Gin of course, has the advantage of ---"---- --- -- --- -- ------ --- -

ndly to their betters on both sides, looking exactly like water to the naked ARTHUR T. FEASTER.. a

there was really no reason why they eye, and the great 'Daniel kept It by The Hotel Placide Open 6d
uld arouse the envy of anyone by him in a pitcher with a tumbler, for N RIVRR MOTEL, January, 1894
doses. It is related that one
ping the turtle alone: However, justore periodical swallow JACKBONV11J.EJ'LOIUVA.In !
day a fellow senator took a big 1
she reached the water the ladles from the glass quite unsuspectingly Justas TITUSVILLE, the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between cant and went
uested some of the'young men to as- he arose to make some remarks, and one block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout.
them, and ,another turtle was at the consequence was a choking: fit, Indian Bivor.ARTHUR Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus moots all trains. Terms fJ.BO: per day and
lr mercy. The gentlemen were not which threw the whole chamber, and Fla. upwards. Special rates by the week. N. L. WARD, Proprietor. ;


> took 7011>s. of flesh, while the ladles of laughter.-Argonaut. T. FEASTER.

the red eggs to the number of 150. Repartee. 4. MANAGER. Seminole Hotel r,
horoughly loaded and well satisfied, The Maid-Madame sent me to tell

commenced ourhomeward march. you, eat she has find anozzer hair in la Open All Tlio. Year. '
in the cry was raised again, "Another : potage. OPEN ALL TIlE YEAR.
e." We had all the spoil we wished The Cook-Tell your missus it la ai ---T *

t decided to wait and know how it false as her own._-Hartford Times. Only aew minutes' WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.

med to see a turtle escape and take ? walk from Railway stations This hotel Is substantially built of brick, andhas( every convenience. Close to
he she made her -What do you need in the way of and Steamboat land- the railway depot. Free! 'bu," to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel %
waterjagaln. When envelopes, note and letter heads, bill Ings. with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from '::1.00 per day antiupwards
rn to go back .to the sea, one of the' heads, statements! tags, cards, eta ? ll r, On the banks of thee ; special rates. by the week or month. M. J. BOTCE,
>ung ladies stepped upon the turtle's ; We shall be glad to.have a share of your far-famed Indian River. GEORGE ZAPP, Proprietor. Manager.

k and made the trip to the water's work. .. . ....... .
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ge, surrounded by the party and her t

ad held by one of the young men, toady OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. HOTEL ALGONQUIN HOTEL COQUINA OltND-DY-ThE-SEA, FLA.

her upon the turtle'. clumsyk. ,

Five "crawls where tur-
more I. p M. W. EATMAN, Proprietor, Open for Summer Season of 1807 June 22nd. FIneJSurf( Bathing, Fishing and
had come np, were seen before we Seaside Inn
wheeling. SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY.
ched our trail. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.JTew .

|One more adventure awaited us. We' ) Vomltura anal Fixtures throughout. HARRY L.BEEMAN, Manager.

pped on the beach at the end of the AT SEABREEZE, FLA. at Electric boll In every room. Fronting the Old Now open for the Summer Season
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11 to eat a lunch which we had left :ANEW The best of Surf Bath- Slave Market and Ilaxa. Overlooking the Bar,
ere. seemed to be BUILDING, Ing, Good Fishing, and a wltb One ocean view. All white help. liaise
Instantly everyone COMFORTABLY j beautiful, ,wide, smooth 13.00: per day and upward. Bpeclal! weekly rates.Bample LY
eked with some alarming, nervous beach for Driving and room.The ,, STANTON HOUSE.
.lady, and we were stung-by sand- FCKSI9IIED.! Bicycling. ;

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-to the conviction that It.was time -- -- -
Rates. $2.00 per day. Special
were going home. Arrived at 1:30 D. J. JONES Proprietor.
m. by the Week. .. Colonnades -
CLARA ELLIS. A GRAMLING, Proprietors ,
STEWART
[Esos, July 20,1807. On Peninsular, opposite DA YTON A. Rates $2.00 per day. Special Terms to *

IAcvKitTisnro should be used in busl- The Swannanoa. Large, airy and well-furnished rooms with all Modern Conveniences, electric Families.
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sa just exactly as a medicine Is used lights, bells, etc. 4

1 sickness. If a small dose Is not enough ASHEVILLE: Y. c. Plenty,of shade outside hotel makes it!a delightful place for children.' Two Minutes Walk from Central

ve a larger one. If the large dose '- Dancing twice a week la Ca lino.

ems to be too big, or if the patient I snares THOUGH modest and unobtrusive, REDUCED RATES.for.Summer 88&80D. $7.60 per week and upwards. Engage Depot

rapidly, the dose may be dimln- there Is no better conducted hotel In your rooms at once. CHATTANOOGA. TENN.Nice .
\ of The Swan '
The popularity
Asbeville.
ed. location itshom.Uke FREE IIACK from Daytona depot. .. Address:
its unique
Is due to
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atmosphere. the excellence of : SYDNEY UAIOH, Prop.,
|Kaiser W11h lm'. to 'be family home; Pleasant location
jubilee cup, Its cuisine, and Its very moderate prices.. Seabreeze, Fla. .
edfor by British, next summer Liberal weekly rates. .e house and furnUblngs new; Modern con.venleooe
yachts ':2.50 per day.. Fort Pierce Hotel *. No better fishing and hunt
the occasion of his hisgrandmother's R. R. BAWLS, Jag la the State. J. A T. 91. TYLER r

p of sixty years, U three feet high. Central, oa street carJIne. Prop. ADVOCATE .does clean job printing. ON INDIAN BlVXn Near Inlet.Forf Pierce Fla. Proprietor. pI
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{ Ott, 1 i ', [From our New York Correspondent] The As.fca jsra ......._ ..* Ksjey.*. "; Florida, New York .

a i, r Nxw YORK, July! io, 181)1.I ) ....*" .* .u__ Philadelphia and Boston. Short Line between Florida and all Nortl'ern Poln;

} "In'th. Desert With the Bedouin" if New Tork. Everett Savannah Augusta.. Ca., Columbia. W
t'' from Brunswick G.. direct to
Bobbins
: ; : .3 I Geo. M. of Titusville, die the title of an article In The Century, Sailing tlrriore, Philadelphia, New York Boston and they I
SZBTICK.
good sense, as he always does In PASSENGER t.
+ making written and Illustrated by the English Cumberland Router Everett Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Loulivillt. Cl
S his short stay in New York, as It Via Fernandlna. F. O. & P. Ky. n
has been hot. artist, R. Talbot Kelly. Mr. Kelly...,.. L.,r Jacksonville 8.15 a mi jLvi Fernandlna lUM p ma| AT and Chicago
fearfully
i In his article* Desert life induces habits I B : s11rail. Daily except Sunda,. :Everett, Birmingham Holly Springs, Memphis, Little Rock. Banal alo
Vlo. Everett F.C. P. and So. Ky. JUT JacksonvTlle -
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M. closed his 5th Sioux City. /
Flagler "So Louis Chicago,
111 avenue of abstemiousness. with the AI' brunswick m. Dally. Passengers
' Rising sun, 4.00p mt p Pensacola Mobile New Orleans, Texas
e : residence last week and has gone allowed on board for Thursdays. River Junction &: exlco
supper
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to bill palatial residence, Oriental, on a dish of oumis, or mare's milk and a and the Pacific Coast. Effective May 1O, ISO7.FCbmOA '

l4'' I Long Island Sound for the summer, mall cup of black coffee are the only] :New York Express| l'f.' .. 811
PROPOSED SAILINGS I less
refreshments generally partaken of. The vllle 8:18: a. m., 7
ILiI' with ii,,,
,r +' 4 Great interest la shown here In certain is Lv.ITsw7.orkneraiX.IL,8dap.m., (Standard Time.) Lv.Brunewlok.Friday wsu Sleepers for Sai ''Ii h
'' 4 + ; circles regarding the culture of sugar In day spent following one's pursuits, July 3..STATKOf: TEXAS............. .........Friday. July 9Frtday'July II' 'm ea,,. a Baltimore bl nnph\ Columbia'yo,1Ikiai;
J Florida> and I have no doubt that there and, with the exception of an occasional II............................ RIO GRANDIII....... ....................Frld..Jul'. 18 q O Eastern points. Connects??for .
I.. 44 cup of coffee and some' very light FridayJuly 19...........................87ATn 01' TIGXAe..,.......................FrfdyJuly28Frlday Arrives Jacksonville 11:110 p.ra. r .
r will b. a great boom hi this direction on July 28...................,.......... RIO GRANDJe....................... ....Frida'. July 30 O n.
the East Coast ere long. 'snack], on* has no meal of any kind Friday. J.17 89......_......................'VOLORADO.... ................,.........Frlday. Aug.II V.,. e.. New' York Fast :Man No
till after sundown. One quickly becomes For general Information{ i.r1\la..raIM 'std apply to any ralirosdaqent 01'teCIIA8. Jacksonville 7:00: p. m. daily ,
1t T t New York Is full of Florida pineapples; aocuBtom'ed to long fasting and abstinence ,. steamers. .D.LYIL4.Agent 2'JO W.Bay s,.JackaoD'VilIe. i r Vp ..Ule ernpoints.New'. York.Carries No throw gti ,Sleepers j

... the Italian peddlers are hawking themt from form of H. H.RAYMOND,Ckmeral Southern Agent,Brunswick Oa. y 9:10 +rrirs J
drink and the a.m.Y
t i 4 street corners and the fruit stands on any O.H.MALLORV,General Agent Pier 20,K.: River,and 382 Broadway,N.Y. !
. 1 a the ways to the ferries and railroads have simple dinner at night is mom keenly -

l j. all kinds and qualities at prices from 60 enjoyed la consequence. Though plain, T a ,k Jacksonville Cincinnati and Jacksonville.. No 81 ,
T-OOpm.,via *
to 3So each. Each lot Is marked as to the food is excellently cooked, and usually C Rverettlly"

{( t3... name and locality where grown and Indian consists of huge tray of rice, over e iNashvi .. gtixmlsV Ints.Chicago ind forJ. all Low"1

} ;v ]t fl River pines seemto have the "call". which is poured .>dish of semna, or liquid .4 b w. r r OkBONVUE O and JlIOkaoavUle westeropo 8.10.. m.Returning tralQ

{ We bought one of the largest and finest I butter. Bound the tray are pigeons Ip aa. w.
k Porto Rico the other day for 35( cents., : --
i 1 tufted with nuts and spices, and the V l. Ashevifs Bou.... Through I'ulhllaa

I t;' The smiling face of Mr. James Wilt pyramid of rice surmounted by a lambor Pi i bin service for Claclna..tI. via 8&vallllll1,

.Ilamuon. of )!loco, can' be seen there kid frequently cooked whole. Boiled cans mire x the A.berille.Oal.brated Hot Springs,Knonllle,
( MountaiD
(
v day, about the Fruit Exchange. He beans, and perhaps a few fresh herbs, o 1S p Carolina. Leaves Jacksonville Country 0/.

was noticed trudging through Park Place appear occasionally which,' with the 1 Z 10. v 9l Ire. Cincinnati t.40 a. m. Relumi.1'..7.
*yesterday with a bundle of his Porto a rp Jacksonville a m. >
usual flat loaves and a large dish of ria-
e0 '
Itloo under each like owe.,. 4I.
s pines arm, blowing bil-laban or boiled rice 'vie.If -
pudding
complete
I a porpoise and perspiring more freely e
the meal. Salt is seldom seen-a p Only Line Through the Beau
than he would in Florida Me Is telling d Country of Middle Florida UuJ
M ,, ,
tI New Yorkers how, disagreeable and hot distinct privation-except: on the first Ksoambla .: Jackson PenI.i:,, .
It Is here and advising( them to spend day of your visit, and drinking water is oNy )fap oiii.. 4 for Lake City, Live Oak Madison, a 1'16. '

their summers on Indian River. often scarce. After dinner huge fire of CENTRAL. '\. 75e$ Tallahassee New Orleans,,River and the Junction southwest Penarok MealO,

fi The Roseland Inlet Company has received corncobs, or sticks and camel dung is and T,,our h, ornla and the Paclflo Coast.. Card. 8fEJIIllIISULAR il
r'' s{ the report, together with plans lighted in, the tent, about which we chgh R.R. .i No. I arrives Jacksonville 7:-M..m.

y and estimates for the inlet at Sebastian gather and enjoy the after dinner cup of and Connsotlons.... wy. -

? ?,., from their engineer, Mr. J. W. Bushnell coffee and a smoke, and, should we be 'MaY 1LOJl' L aua Jacksonville 9:16: a.m.for 8taJb,
of Jacksonville[ who has recently made in the mood, talk. frjuir. ey thorns Silver Bprlug. Ocala, Oalneeev.wwwu.A.
t Ke. wildwood.., L8e bul'lI', Tayan,
{ his examination making his headquarters The Arabs have one excellent point of Orlando, .

t i, at the offloe of The Clnclnnatus etiquette. Talk for talk' sake is not ex- Tampa. An1"JackaonYI1Ie4Wp.m.:
;1 Farms at Sebantlan. The directors of pected. Ever for NASHVILLE: ROUTE-Through Pullman Sleepers, VlaFverett, MacOD AtluU.,
ti j the Inlet Company are npw" all In New ready a :yarn, they Chattanoog. Leave Jacksonville nexus. .. arrive Nashville 7.00 next p. m. Lens nil i
eagerly respond should you wish to convene e.OOa. m.| arrive Jacksonville 8:10 m.
rt York and office will shortly] hold a meet but the luxury of silence is not 8:15: a. ...Leave Jacksonville for Brunswick by the Cumberland. Bonte steamer, aDd f,
+ } ing at the of the company, at New, berland Bound.
'1 1 Rochelle N. Y., to consider the englDeer's denied if one's mood be thoughtful.The .100 Po ....-.Local for Eve..tt. Close connection for maawlcll. Shortest and qulcklll n
idea of fire in one' tent 5:00 P. H.-Local for Tallahassee and Intermediate points. Arrive Jacksonville 1IO;
a p.a
It is exbected that work may
report. .
1 1 4 9.0 P. H.-For Tampa and intermediate POID" Pullman.Ieepen. Arrive JaekaonOks,
9 ,' '. ., will commence on the Inlet early in the strike: some of my readers as a superfluity Through Sleepers for Cincinnati via..Asheville leaves Jacksonville 7.00 y. m.. antra.
fall. but the nights are often intensely villa Macon.arrives Cincinnati T.40.. m. '
+ For Atlanta two Trains Dally. Leave Jacksonville 8:111.. m.and 1:00: p.m.
? ''I Ht I I Mr.. Flagler] According to recent reports cold, and after! 'bathing in the sun all 1:7': '" SUMMER RtES to Excursion Polata-ID effect/ JUDe let.llman .
I has order with the day with the thermometer at 05 to 100 l> Bleepen on all Night Train. Parlor can between Jacksonville and Tampa

"' r ..' Cramps, of Philadelphia placed an for a large and degree in the bade, the sudden fall of SAFETY .COMFORT QUICK TIME.! 'LOW RATES I N. Ir-S.: PENNINGTON Send for Beet Indexed, Township Map of Florida. to A. O. MACDONELL,

1 4 handsome vessel l to ply] between Miami temperature to. little above freezing Traffic Manager. General Paneege

1 '; t long Nassau. .Tho vessel will, be 250 feet point Ie i very trying and, in spite of fire, Finest Cuisine and Service, No Transfer. between Jacksonville and New York. .
and fitted np very luxuriously. Next blanket and a thick ulster, I have frequently 'The Fleet
"1 Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers i
winter's tourists will not experience the been obliged to go outside and ,

r'' 'II dlffloultlea going to the Bahamas that run about in order.to restore circulation "Comanche" <(new) "JUgonquln "IroquolsIICherokee i "Semlnole" The Tropical Trunk Lino
,vtl
; they have heretofore. The F. E. C. R'y. to my half frozen extremities. ,
(fir ;, t having ordered five new, heavy Sohneo-

: tady locomotives, It looks as If they were, NorthBound.Steamers : Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railwa
going to take care of the tourists right, ROBBED BEN FRANKLIN to sail according to the tide. ,
next season. From JACKSONVILLE FLA., (calling, at Charleston), Sundays Tuesdays and Thursdays. JOSEPH H. DURKEE Receiver.
From CHARLESTON d. C.f Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays.For .
:Tfi'' The public printer was sleeping; his BU Description of the Stolen 0-.... hour of sailing see"Clyde Line" Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papers. SOt; l'H -NORTH_
and the Mam 'Who Took n._ Time T.bl.la Effect May 18.'91.
sleep was' sound and of long duration, No. No.200 No. 21. No.28 NO.8:1.: No. 7$.
for he had slept for more than century The following advertisement; is taken ; / South-Bound. :::::::: Local 3p e812a Ly..JACDONVILLE..AI' 730 am uopai\i\\ :;

i ,, Ills couch was under the sod of the yard from the Pennsylvania Gazette No. 683 Steamers are appointed to sail from PI'orIV.: East River,New York, at S m. as follows t ........ Mixed 9011p 986a.Orange Park............. e 62am 818pn I i
,, .. CHARLESTON 8.C. Mondays'IVedneaddys and Frida,.. ........ Ma W'y 9111p 944a... .........Peorla................. 114O.m. 809pm'l\iot\
'It 1 Of the oldest church in the Metropolis wherein the reader of 'Feb. 89, 1788 For JACK8ONYLLLE.FfA.callingatCharleston( ), Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday. ........ and Fri ...............Magnoll................ .. ..........'11>11
which fronted on the principal thorough was informed that The Gazette contained ........ ........ l148p 1016& .. ....Green COY. Sprlnga..... .... 1I09.m 648pmdk
fare of nation. For decades the Freshest ........ .r?. .... .... ... .......OfItwlck. ............. .......... .
a advices
f r'' great many Foreign and Clyde New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only) ........ 11 69.. 11001' 10 ..... .I'alatks........... ... 1l00.m IlOOpm tl,
the public printer had been soothed in Domostick. Printed by B. Franklin, (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) ........ 1243p 1284p 1122e.Batemma. ............... 428.m 427pm III
his slumber by the chimes from the Post Master, at the news printing offices ........ Imp lI49p 1I38a Pomona ....... 414.m 414pm III{
i, steeple of the oldest church the chimes STEAMERS "DELAWARE" AND "ONEIDA" ....,... 18Hp 1206aiiOna.CreroentCit'Junotlon....... 8118.m 369pmx422Op ,
near the Market. Price 10s. ayear. appointed to sail follows ........ 1220a 1207a' ... .............Seville.' ........... ... 84O.m 843pmlit842p
l seeming to always to repeat, "Who Where advertisements taken in and of Jacksonville as : Lewis' 'I ........ : l04a 12 .. .... ...DeLeon S..rluga... .... ... 8112&m 803pm
foot From
icatchei over Itratl slumbers' not,nor ilerp." are From THUBSDAYS.Hogan Street FRIDAYS.Wharf Boston ........ 412p Ilia t 88a............... HeawOOd .............. lIIIam 254pm10$
i .The public printer had unconsciously Book Binding done,reasonably in the .as I .. .... 460p 130a I .,.... ........Bereeford.............. 24O.m 38pm II

I.. ,t I witnessed the progress of the world, In best manner:" I............... 415p..124OaLvJ Step........ 110pArt ..:........DeLand......... {AI'LY.................. 1\1\218pm.!!II ....,...

the principal thoroughfare of the great STOLEN on the lath Instant by one William ....... 1113 P ........ t2 491' ...... ... ..EnterprIRe .. ."... 1284am pm......
t' at; nation from primitive times and had Lloyd out of the Douse of fionj. Franklin an Clyde's St. Johns River Line. ...,.... ................. 4 2lIp Ar .........TITUB IILLE.'Lv. ? tl040.m..."
+ been from the time the ball worn Bagatnee coat lln'd with silk, four v ..,.. ........ .f....... ..... ...........Paola................. ........... ..."
I present of watchman fine homespun shirts, a fine Holland shirt ruffled DE LINE .:.....: ........ ......... ... ...........SOI'rODto......... ..... ... .....
( ;l telling of the night, down' to the at the Hand. and a pair of black ( BART ) ..... ... ........ ........ .... ........Mt. Dora............... .......... IIM.m.....
1 coming of the street-car and the coach broadcloth) Breeches, Bosom mated and lined Jacksonville. ,Palatka, Sanford,Enterprise,Fla.. and intermediate landings" on the St.John's River. I....... ... .... '..........;..Tlvares.............Lv .. ..'...... 920.m.
new
.
other than that withleather ........ 6 00 p S /b'a Ar.... .........Sanford ......Lv 148am l Opm 411Altamonte
propelled ofi"
; by power two pair of good worsted stockings, Bprins:
.
the beut. one of a dark color, cambrlck Handkerchief, Steamer "WIEI1.A.K, : : :::::::: :::::::: .. ::::::::: Winter Park....:::::::::: ::::

The tens of millions of people who marked with an F In red silk a new pair of ........ ........ 280a 3441p..:.:............Orlando..... ......... 1211pm 12IiaaRlulmmee. .....
had from the time immemorial Oalf skin shoes, a Boy's new Castor Bat and CATT.. W. A. SHAW. ....... ........ ... ...? .....
passed sundry other 'bin..,.. ... ........ Ar:....: .....Bartow Jo..Lv.. .. .....
u by his habitation, reeked not of its existence : N. B. Tb. said Lloyd pretends to understand Is appointed to sail. as follows. .::.:... ........ 89M1S .........:.:...Lakelaad. ............ .94l1pm .mt786a .....
it was so modest; hut occasional Latin and Greek, and bas been schoolmaster Leaves Jacksonville ) .- .- !r Tuesdays and Saturday at 8.30 p. m ........ ........ ?. ...........Bartow..............t8311pm 920.m..
e a Leaves Sauf ord -' Mondays and Thursdays at 4.00 a. m: ..d.... ........ 1.OapAy.punts: Oorda..... ....L..t830pm .1.
would find it and
"ly one out then he : Be Is an Irishman about 80 years of ........ ........ g00a 646pAr.............. ............. .. 100pm 800.m.?....
would read this epitaph: age, tall and slim I Bad on a lightish oolourM ........ ........ ... .s.Tampa Bay Ro..I....... ... .,...
j' 1> Here lies the body of Mr. William Great Coati, red Jacket a pair of black sUk\ GenM Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.JRoL.HowARD.Saperintendent. ........ ........ 840a 08p Ar............ PoI'tTamp..Lv 81211 p m 8T20.m.,...
Bradford printer who, departed this lifeMay breeches, aa old felt Bat too little for him and ........ Monan Tbursl000pLv.PortTampa..Ar 23ppmThurLandia
sewed oo the side of the crown with whit ........TuesdsFriday. 8 00p ............, .. ........... 930pmWed.and8aWed
93,170ii: ; aged 03 years; he was born Thread and an old dark oolonr'd will but .J' ........ and Sat.. 8 ooa AI'.Ha..n..L... Ja30pm Wed.and 3e.
tn Leicestershire in Old England in F.IBONMONOKR, Ja.ha.Pass. Agt.
may perhaps wear some of the stolen eloathes Foot Hogan St. 204 West Bay bt, Dally. t DaU,except Bunday.
1060; and came over to America 1682 '
above mentioned. Whoever secure the said FLA.
'JACKSONVILLE Trains t and 82 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars.
before the city of Philadelphia was laid.out. Thief so that be may be brought to Justice, Indian River steamers (new line)leave Tttusvllle Monday Wednesday,and Friday.t 7ial
; He was printer to this Governmont shall bare Thirty Shillings. reward and reasonable TBCO.G.Room,T.M., ,W.H.WABBDBTOW,K.p.A., M. H,CLYDE,A.T. M.S Cocas, RookledRe Ran 0a111e Melbourne and intermediate points on Indian River Rettni'arrive
1 for upwards of 60 years; and being quite charges. paid by B. FKASTBU BOWLING GREEN NEW TORK. leave, Melbourne'Tue.da,.Thursday and Saturday at T a. m. at Titusville. 8:SO p.m.'!! J
and Train 23. leaving JackllODYlllo daily at 8:12. a m., arrives at Hawthorne at 12-08: Gtlwl.
e left
mortallstate age elybopea 1:011. Ocala I-50/ T-eesbnrn aja Brooksvllle B:48 p. m. Train leaving Jacksonville at I J"J
In the li of Pennsylvania, Fox Hunting WM. P. CLYDE A. CO., General Airents, arrives at Oakland 4J8..m.,Laconnbee 6140: p.m.;Tarpon Springs 8.66 p.m., Cleanrata: :Ml
I m blessed Immortality" While there is a general impression B Bowling Green,N.w YOI''. l. So. Delaware) Ave.,Philadelphia. m., St. Petersburg 10 do a. m., daily. except: Sunday.,

"Roader, reflect how soon you'll.quit that Americans do not go in for foxhunting W. B. COFFIN G. D. ACKERLY .._
1 General ,
this find but few Superintendent. General Fauenga\
stage "you'll attainto
; as do the Englishmen, it is by
such an age." Life's full of pain: Lol I all odds the most popular winter sport
"> .e bore's a place of rest. Prepare to meet

your'Here God also, then lies you the are body blest.of Elizabeth in southeastern Pennsylvania.counties There, aa fine are, packs in the of Florida East Coast Ry.l

wife to the said William Bradford, who hounds M can be shown in England .

t' ',I years.departed" this life July 8, 1731, aged, 68 horses though that fewer hold in their number own against and some the' SouthernRailway ...-. .... .... .-G... ..... .. "Jtmmm' *. !"'.

.J' In the midst of the greatest activity of best of English importations over as -
I life, the public printer Is alone except 'stiff" a country as that hunted by the .OMII BOInfD ad t

.' for the presence of his beloved Elizabeth famous Quorn pack, of which the Earl SBSOLUTELI THE SHORTEST ROUTE o

( I. -both inanimate. Kegveiteat in pare.CRACKER.. of Lonsdale is master. At a recent run
y -
t \ I. .. 160 couples of hounds were out and
i I \\f about 200 riders. Just now there is consternation ( VKBOTJOH PULLMAN D&AWTJTO BOOK CAM. DDflNO CAM, : ::: t ..u n.. new.. ga.. o.C .
.' 111f' To Car Constipation "ore..r.r. .uMIs
among owners of the Pennsylvania TXOBOUOKTABB OOAOBJB8, VE8TIBULBD TSAIWL
3f k ; :. Take Casoaret Candy Cathartic. lOo or SSo.
It O. O.O.fall to euro,druggists/ refund money. hounds because of an outbreakof 4
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r. ) rabies in the Strafford Hunt kennels, -

which has necessitated the of NORTH EAST AND WEST.TWO
killing
1: System That Mad. Great H... .

., t. Doubtless the early Calvinist was the entire pack of 30, many of them I :.....
i ..
i I pretty austere In his life. Doubtless the dogs imported from noted English DAILY TRAINS' BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THB BAST. .. .I. S. ..... .. .
packs. A rabid cur bit one of the I w
Puritan sometimes looked. if all vivacity ...... ..
hounds a few weeks ago and this dog ..
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a'. washed out of his face. I .
j were after a recent run attacked other ocon- Washington. and Southwestern Limited ...... .
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confess that his Sabbath was a. trifle too ......
f grim. But the in which he appearedand panti of the kennels. So all were killedas And the UnlUd States Past Mall. ...... ..
age a matter safety. There in fear that ....
the work he was commissioned of .....
other hound in other pucks have been OnT 81 BOU1S710Z80VTILLB '...... .' 10 a
God to do demanded such stern preparation T UW0 EIEGTON. Rcl..n...
bitten and that an outbreak of hydrophobia ; ..St, ...
: and living. But what that OILY 27 .
men throughout the hunting district HOTJM JAOK80H7ILLB TO JEW YOU: For Cry. I

system did produce-men of heroic may follow. All possible precautions :n..:: S a .. ..:.J ..... : ell. .... ..
mold, men of the martyr spirit, genuine B U41 .. ... .... ..
to prevent this disaster have been taken a4Amls4TrabuesMpoe lof LatMtfatprtrredrvIlKaa aieentoK Can sad ..... Um Olp. .... 49a. : e
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men I You could treat them yon couldI teg Oar shrmck wlthoal ehaa ...... .... .
and hound which have been exposedare | to w. Miaw. -..... 1"
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lean hard against thorn. They were .. ..New Irk and tae .... .
to be isolated for time. New .:.:::
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great fdarors of God but had precious York Time ...... .. .
I I; little fear of man or the devil.-Christian THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWINO-R ...... :... i1 Ase.

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I INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE JULY 23. 1897. 7 ?

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mrI'INO PARTY IN VARIOUS NOTES. '- ar I Invite> :your Attention to n.y Complete Sleek of Spring'' and Summer Resorts on' the East Coast R'y

FLORIDA. HARDWARE and CROCKERY
Bklrto .....M !. :Front-ImporteM* .* .,

f a house-party of ten or a doz- .... ChildrenCaltora.. Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kind of Boat Goods, Stoves,Tinware, Graniteware The Florida East Coast Railway to Miami. The Miami. A Key West Steamship ,
4t. were assembled at Liberty Hall Bodloes of tailor made gowns are gem doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, ice oreanl Line to Key West. .
people ally close fitting, with a loose plastron of ..
< ; meal stoves Blue Flame kerostne oil stoves, garden tools, ;
freezers
Florida. a different material\ and oolor. At present Quick gasoline KEY WEST-Hotel Key West, $. and upward, special weekly and commercial .
eh, Jlan(evening River,!early In July after partak- It Is the bodice affecting the form of"the plows barbed and harrows wire, paints and oils, .Fruit Jars and Jelly glasses, *poultry nettingand ...te". Open entire ;year. A. M. Taylor; Manager. General offices: bt. Augustine. .

applique fro, or round, which Is '
square C. B. KNOTT .r
"J.i. f a hearty meal,. which, because Harrison Bros' Ready Mixed Paints.Tin i
lateness of the hour-six p. m.- shop in connection with store. Large Galvamzed Iron Tanks a Specialty. General Superintendent Florida East Coast Hotel System.

Ufa not be called a. hunt breakfast, Made to order,anil M cheap. the ordinary wooden onwi. .Contract taken anywhere In the --.-- -- -
County for tin roofing;,Guttering etc. Please writ me for Prices. I nwiiectfnlly solicit a portion "
ras too early for dinner, ,was cbrls- of your patronage. Mail Orden given llompt and Careful Attention, and Inquires fur '
S lunch, as all nondescript mealse prices answered promptly. Hotel 14
set out upon a turtle bunt on 3VX.: ZH3. G-ft."D'EJnJEI.: Travelers' :

West Palm BeaohJ Flu.
ocean beach, a mile distant. We

|od the beach just at dusk, after a Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla.: 't

walk, during ;which 'we violently i\ This hotel in now under new management, and has boon thoroughly renovated <#"
well lower .
used our arms as as our
t
throughout
over .a lovely, picturesque trail, HOME SEEKERS .. 1
door. Bath nnd nil ,,,
Cars rooms
beauty we did not, for obvious Bus meets all Trains, and Eloctrlo pass ;:

ntt, pause to admire. We were, Int Conveniences on every floor.OPEN

pursued by a large army of mnsl- ALL THE YEAR. '.
Homo in thc
Ind business-like mosquitoes, Intent Who arc Seeking a 'lUtes:-American Plan, $2 to t2.aOj; European, &0c to 1. Special by the week.

J presenting numerous little bills at '*, *'. Mrs. FINLEY. Proprietress.

(and all points. As from principal South Sh01 ld.-send to the undersigned .i:

I' liablt, we avoid contact with bills of ,

kind whenever possible, we beat I j.. == ;.'' jknsj.

I i oft when we could, and ran from for a copy of the \ ; ; A t re:e./" -I'll 'tz 'I

est. : :; ill: E: I .

\e young moon was partially obscury i "Fij
Florida East Coast 'Homeseeker.We N I l a Ail aA 0:
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clouds, giving the'Atlantic oceany ( :,1 !" ,:
I weird appearance, and filling the d 1 ft pia i .I! OS
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; with mystery. Seated on the sand .
dark we told the most = r I ty ii'S. ..
,
e i gathering have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for e:> \ > 1 0A o
jlble ghost stories and adventures Wint8r and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest iu the United States. =:Et I "'I !! .,
bears and other wild boasts at +
II e U: vf' '
Apply to > i d :;
when ca:
t,, until, we were experiencing

oat delightful shudders, our leader preferred,with TAILOR the MADE full blouse GOWN.in front and JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner; \ 'l I Jlri! i I
unced that the hour to advance hade
" ajwlde belt, moat often black, of ribbon .
wound many times around the waist. FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y. I aa..5.i .= i

strolled along the beach In deed Skirts are flat In front and at the sides, $ ST.. AUGUSTINE FLA.FREYER '' ; :: r'I
,
all the fullness being thrown to the book, dJ\ jdtl 3 .
out bets as t
parties, calling many where it forms three or five godots, according .
ho should be the first to see a tur- to the wearer's' figure and the material 1 } :

hen just as the first mile had been employed. The circumference of the skirt :!fl.}: fhl
.e)
i red, there was such a simultaneoust ranges form four to five yards. &: BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY ; i
Very few pockets are seen In Jackets, ,
t .
and rush that \it was Impossible I !
what there are being usually concealed { li1
y who had been first, and all bets under a fold or trimming.The (Successors to THE A. ,D. CAMPBELL CO.) l J :jl i f' ; ...
declared off. shoes and slippers worn with evening I: I.' s9 J' a
e turtle-weighing 5001bs.-was costume must now match the gown in Pianos, ,Organs and Musical Merchandise. \ :1 .. 8 ,

placed upon her back by the gentle- color. who 4 n '- ..1.3 81 ti.
and
Children, both boys girls, are = ,' -< .i
where,. with all her great might not perfectly robust should always wear A CHANCE OF A LIFE.TIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE. ; 1lla

strength, she was as helpless and gaiters when going out of doors in cold We purchased in January last the Immense stock of Pianos, Organs, sheet i et11 :
less as an Infant-provided, only, weather. There is no reason why the head music and musical instruments of The A. 13. Campbell Co. We are closing out "
,.
and the upper part of the body should be and unheard-of low to make for full tl;
the stock of Pianos Organs at prices, room a !
one kept a respectful distance from carefully protected from chill while the line of the celebrated Couovor, New England Schubert and Klngsbury Pianos f J.raj"d I
rest head and strong beak. logs,. from the knees downward, are no We have the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to $200: more than we r i '
air than
covered in the
her'th and and more warmly open -
>avlng s, moaning ask for them :
Indoors. Children who are equally well Halne. ros., rtie5 mab................. ..2.... .
ing her breast with her flippers protected from head to foot! are much less Conover.. ,style.1 K;eb.................A..c..... Kchubert. 1.8.;.....................,.. !lT1l i 'e
ther in anger or:,despair we could liable to colds and than those who .. It Jeb.................. .,...2110 J\laloubn Love, wal...........,........ Bee/ ,
croup It !.1wal.\..... ..... zoo "Steinway' eb...,.,......,....... 210u ..... 'i j a :
learn-we scattered to gather are not.. u Meb ... ..............".." 4410 Everett, ,b..................... 1'1aa :
Combinations of blue and green are stlUVM' a Ewal. .... .J....... ......... 8211 lcinasbury.tlvlen Oh...................... :215McCammon ; : '
e drift-wood for a fire for light, and la made and are often very 2i.wal.,..,............,84)0 ob.... .. ... a.M' Erlj.Is
ke to off and sand )' much a .. .tr.lo 10' 2'J. mab........... ...,.... 1100 Rnab.Grand ........ ......,. sac
keep mosquitoes
charming. In pale tones the suggestion is It .. 7,wat.... ..... .......... 2111 8tu'veeanl eb.,..................,.. Ice =- i
while at work.. Suddenly two of of reflections in limpid water, while in the a It Teb.................... 250 wal...............u... amHaines S t J.
the colors of the peacock seem to Bro., It 6.eb...................... see New.bJ &Evans ob...................... 12au :
ladles, who had wandered, In theirh deep ones u .. 8.eb...................... Ira Jas. M. Star! eb......................... Ito 1f1'il' t
for wood, a short distance! up the be repeated. With black the strong green Not It It 3, mah................... 1110 Morrie, too 1,
effects especially happy.
and blue are
h, came rushing wildly back, frantl- quite so satisfactory the newer combination Some of these pianos have been rented, but we have had them re-polished and :alt 1
order and wo them to bo satisfactory or refunded -
Is put in thorough guarantee momey
waving their arms and screeching of violet and pale blue, but it! a .
innstructton book and delivered f. b. Jacksonville
and therefore to be chronicled.Today's We furnish a stool, scarf, o. .
most dreadful, blood-curdling way. novelty shows ta\.lormad.e\ ; cash or installment. Sheet muslo at half price. Write us.
illustration a
Ing gathered the rest, In a state of costume; of beige cloth. The skirt has go- FREYER & BRADLEY, MUSIO COMPANY, :eOIJ'EL COS Orr, .., '
,
ul suspense and excitement, about ,. dots at! the hook, while on the left side are I 24 East Bay Street:! Jacksonville, Fla.

they calmly announced that they three stitched folds ornamented with buttons u MIAMI, FLORIDA.;;
------------- --- ----- ----- -----
----- -
is in -- ---- -
The bodice plain
silver.
of out
found another turtle in the act of
the back, while in front there is a yoke of ::EXOTE1E.aS.: Perfectly now hotel with all modern Improvements.* Located on park roe
ng her eggs, and that as soon as she cashmere embroidered silk,over which the block from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid vlowjof= Biscayne; Ba'. ftacos
covered her nest, they intended to cloth is arranged In three diagonal folds -- -- ---- ft J per day and upward. Special rates by week or month. "
her themselves. decorated with buttons. The close cloth
divided near the top over a puffof
sleeves are
etting at once grew lively-could cashmere silk. The soft belt is of pink Fischer's Cottage.

y or could they not turn it P In 20 velvet, and a bow of pink velvet Is placed OCEAN BEACH: I-IOUSE.r"s.

utes the turtle had finished her task on the right shoulder. The collarette and PaJ.D:1: : Stx oot, Flt-u.ertrJ.llo; ; HTM/x.
Inoe.
was. ready to return to the water. wrist frills art of white JUDIO CBOLI ET. Centrally located between both depots. Airy rooms, good table, pure drink. ON THE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. a
e two ladles seized the shell and lifted water. ,

i side of the turtle, and undoubtedly Dental,.;l Webster Gin. ing Rates: 2.00.per day; special rates by the week or month. Opposite Daytona, near the City; Beautiful Boulevard; Surf bathing Summer
week. rates to families. Mouse all the
FISCHER Rates $7 and (U per Special open year
Id have CUR. F. Proprietor.
turned her If she had not himself
Webster habitually fortified Address MRS. H. C. BERRY, Boa Breeze, Fla..

| unusually strong in her left flippers; during speeches with gin and water. -- --" ---------- ----- -------.--- --- .--.... ..- .. -- .- Y
Ides, the ladles were. thoroughly Gin of course, has the advantage of -
ndly to their betters on both sides, looking exactly: : like water to the naked ARTHUR T. FEASTER.IN .. Opened
e<-
, here was really no reason why they eye and the great Daniel kept It by :HOTEL: :: :: The hotel PlaciCle
uld arouse the envy of anyone by him ina pitcher, with a tumbler, for : : :CI: :. EI"V'Ee: : :: ::: Janaary, 1894

doses. It is related that one
''nlng the turtle alone: However, just periodical swallow JACBBONYILLE1IARIDA. ,
day a fellow senator took a big
[ore she reached the water, the* ladles from the glass quite unsuspectingly justas TITUSVILLE, In the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west ;

, uosted some of the'young men to as- he to make some remarks, and one block from Bay Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout.
arose Indian Bivvr.d Cuisine and Service. Bus meots all trains Terms J.BO: per day and
them Superior t
and another turtle was at choking fit,
the consequence was a .
upwards. Special rates by the week. N. I.. WARD, Proprietor.
ir mercy. The gentlemen were not which threw the whole chamber, and Fla.

K in slaughtering the two, from whichy particularly Mr. Webster, into- convulsions r -

> took 701bs. of flesh, while the ladies of laughter.-Argonaut.Bcpartce. ARTHUR T. FEASTER.

hared eggs to the number of 150. MAHAOKH. Seminole Hotel *

borougbly loaded and well satisfied, The Maid-Madame sent me to tell ,

commenced our homeward march. yon eat she baa find anozzer hair in zepotage. Open All The Year. I
OPEN ALL TIlE YEAR.
n the cry was raised again, "Another i
ftle." We had all the spoil we wished The Cook-Tell your xnissna it Is as -----1 WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. '

t decided to wait and know how it false as her own.-IIartford Times. Only a few minutes'
walk from Railway stations This hotel U substantially built! of brick, andhas. every convenience. Close to
med to see a turtle escape and take do need In the way of 1 and Steamboat. land the railway depot. Free 'bus to and from trains. Boat attached to the hotel
,the watorjagain./ ,When she made hern envelopes- note you and letter beads, bill ings. with flvhlng tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from '::1.00 per day anti

to go back to the sea, one of the heads, statements, tags, cards, etc? 1 i.. On the banks of the upwards: special rate. by the week or month M. J. BOYCE. J tp
ung ladles stepped upon the turtle'sk We shall be glad to have a share of your w far-famed Indian River. UEOROE ZAPF, Proprietor, )fanager.

and made the trip to the water's work.OPEN. --- -----... --. -- -.....-- _..-- .. --. ...... -- _. -
ge, surrounded by the party and her ---- -

nd held by'one of the young men, to ALL THE YEAR ROUND. HOTEL ALGONQUIN HOTEL COQUINA, ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA, FLA.

sady her upon the turtle'. clumsy ,

ek. Five more "crawls," where tur- M. W. BATMAN, Proprietor, Open for Summer Season of 1807( June 22nd. FlneJSurf: Bathing, Fishing and

had come np, were seen before we Seaside Inn wheeling SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY.
nched our trail. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.Wew .
HARRY L.IBKEMAN, Manager
One more adventure awaited us. We '1 Furniture and fixture tbrouichout.
I II AT SEABREEZE, FLA.A Fronting th. Old Now open for the Summer Season! '
I peed on the beach at the end of the i Electric bells In every room.
U to eat a lunch which we had left NEW' The best of Surf Bath- Slave Market and Plasa. Overlooking the Bay, --
DUILDIl'fG' log. Good Fishing, and a with line ocean view. AU wbIM help. Hates .
fere. Instantly everyone seemed to be COMPOBTADbesutlful, wide, smooth ti2.0I per day and upward. Special weekly raM* STANTON jojjsE
tacked with some alarming, nervousalady LT beach for Driving and Baoipte room. .

and we were stung-by.sandes FUBSI9HED.What Bicycling.: _
es _____ ---- ---- -- -- ----. --
the time
conviction that It.was r
B Rates, $2.00 per day. Specialby N t. D. J. JONES, Proprietor. "'
were going home. Arrived at 130
[ m. the Week. The Colonnades -

Eves, July 20,1897. CLABA ELLIS. STEWART & GRAMLINO, Proprietors Rates $2.00 per day. Special( Term to
On the Peninsular, opposite DAYTONA.Large

should and well-furnished rooms 'with all Modern Conveniences, electric Families.(]
be used In busies The Swannanoa. airy I N' 1
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just exactly as a medicine used lights, belle, etc. 1ir

Ilckne .. If a small dose Is not enough ASHEVILLE,* N. C. Plenty,of shade outside hotel makes It a delightful place for children., Two Minutes Walk from Central

ve a larger one. If the large dose -- Dancing twice a week in Casino. Depot
and unobtrusive, REDUCED RATES for bummer! season, 17.50 per week and upwards.: Engage
ems to be too big, or If the patient 1m- THOUGH modest .- '
ores rapidly, the dose may be diminKaiser there In no better conducted hotel In jour room at once.. CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
of The Swannanoa .
ed. Asbevllle. The popularity its FREE HACK from Daytona depot. .Address: '4v
due to its unique location _
Is SYDNEY IIAIGH, Prop.,
homelike atmosphere. the excellence of Nice family home; Pleasant location; I -
Wilhelm's jubilee cup, to be IU clll.lner and Its very moderate price Seabreeze, Fla. house and furoUhInK new; Modem convnlenc '
:eel for by British yachts next summer ,2.50 per day. Liberal weekly rates.R. e Fort Pierce Hotel *. No better fishing and bunt .

the occasion of grandmother's R. I ing In the State. J. A T. M. TYLER,

!gn of sixty U three feet high.le Fou PIerce, J'la. Peopristors. w
coun of years the;race will be from Central on street carJlne. Prop. The ADVOCATE does neat. clean job printing. ON INDIAN Him.: K- Formerly" of New Il area. CODDo.,

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 23, 1897.i .

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A PEW COMPLIMENTS FOR An Ordinance 'to Amend the DUREN &, FEASTER..
ROBBINS & GRAHAM ....
TilE "ADVOCATE." Amendment, to Ordinance
GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES.
No. 23. Florida a
Among the many compliments the -' ...La."" ;y ora... Crockery Glass
and
ADVOCATE Is Western Meats of All Kinds Tinware
are
continually receiving
SEC. 1. Be It ordained by the Town Your:
the following: Council of the town of Tltusville, that WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND TITUSVILLE r -. FLORIDA ,
JACKSONVILLE, July 19, '07. the ordinance to amend ordinance No.( .

_ _ _ Editor Advocate: 23, be amended to read aa follows: That UNITED STATES COURTS.

M Dear Sir-Enclosed find check for ad. from and, no after truck the, barrow passage hadd-cart of this' ,ordinance velocipede EJ: L. :se.:6.bz-:: : :, ,::BRp

Your paper has done me a deal of good, bicycle, tricycle or other vehicle ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished .
: so continue ad until notified otherwise. or carriage, shall be run on or over Groceries, Griin,.Hay{ Garden Seed,' Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries h hAnd
Hc The ADVOCATE has done much good towards any of the sidewalks, of the town of Ti for Lands In Bmard and Dade, ,
Food Products of all klndl. Grain, hay. Bran Cotton
building up the East Coast, and I tusville.SEC. Seed Meal cl
am glad to note the people appreciate a. Be It further ordained that It Counties. Food and Wheat. We are the only house OD IndIan River dealing exdu l. ;
the good work the pink paper has, andIs shall be unlawful for any bicycle riderto the above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patrosy,
doing. Will be down the East Coast practice "scorching" on the streets of Very truly, E. K.: BRADY & BRO., Titullvlllo
f next week. said town, excepting only between the List ,PIa.FJFI.EJ .
have
Yours, W. P. II. hours of 4:30( and 6:30: o'clock p. m., and We a large

before 7 o'clock a.''m. of Lands owned by : ::: :JL'l'S"D'El..A..N"OE.: : ...
SEC. 8. Any person or persons violating '
JACKSONVILLE, July 10, 3807. any of the provisions of this ordinance Pro'too't Four 'PrOPC1"'t1
Editor Advocate shall be punished by fine not to ourselves and clients. BY'INSURING IN The "Old Hartford," Fireman'a Fund, Providence W'
__ ICCIVCD TeaHIGNESTAWARDmPWUTT.) : exceed $60.00. ft by Imprisonment not Ington, or Sun Mutual Insurance Company. All well known. the stronzent:
Dear SIr-Please send me a copy of to exceed 30 days, at the discretion of Price for .unimprovedlands safest companies America GEO. B. RUMPH, JR.,
I the ADVOCATE of July 2nd 1807. I the court. I
I' Agent for East Coast,
ROBT; W. SIMMS have received several letters from parties Approved' July 31st, 1807. .. $3 to $100 1 Tltusville. Flollda
who I to locate
say am going a large
ATTEST: R. C.. SCRTMOEOUB,
tbe But Coast. I mislaid acre. -
a concern on per -
sots AGENT, AMD O. CABT-ELWES, Pros' of Board
my paper on of that date, and would Town Clerk. A -
like to see the article you published In Aot'g Mayor. G. GARY ELWES
..Wholesale Liquors.. the newsy ADVOCATE. WE have a few Residence Orange ,
It evidently shows the ADVOCATE 0- All communications for this paper
', '. Jacksonville. Florida. reaches the people.. -. should be addressed" "Tux ADVOCATE., Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable _FIRS:: I1: TS'CTRAl: : CE:.
Yours truly, Tltusville, Fla. This will insure Immediate
'
,- Write for Prices. attention. locations. Prices Reasonable.
C. BUCKMAN.BBOOKLTW of the Leading Fire Insurance
Representing some Companies Will; 1IIiI
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------
I TITUSYILLE. Policies anywhere in Brevard County.
Aristotle mentions a woman who had
N. Y., July 11, 1897. OFFICES : WEST PALM BEACH ,
five children at birth tour
living
one and MIAMI. J3T'Tour Business Solicited.
Editor,Advocate : times successively; Menage tells of one TITUSVILLB, FLORIDA

Dear Sir Enclosed please,find money who bad twenty-one children. In seven
order for $1.60, to renew my subscriptionto years. Hew 1897 Model Globe Gasoline Engine.Stationary -
the ADVOOATK. wife and .
, r R My myselfare H. H. DICKEY Groceries J. T: HINTON
very much interested In tbe EastCoast ,: manager, Mali
and like to know what Is going duett*Too* Bowel With Oiuestret

,# f ,11 on there. We would miss the ADVOCATE ICIo Candy,1IIIa. U Cathartic O.O.O.,all euro,druggist constipation refund forever.money. a East Coast Grocery & Meat Marl
.. ', very much If its welcome visits to Brook
lyn were interrupted. Wishing you
abundant success in your useful and FOB first class shoemaking and repairing 0 TituB-ville, Fla.
necessary occupation, call on J. A. Daughtery, Washington
Fine Groceries
Staple Articles
I am, yours sincerely, venue, Titusville, Fla. Shoes madeto ,
.a order In fine style.
t,I 'J. H. FEBBTS. 00O .....Frnlts and Yegetab11


', ', WHITE HAU., ILL., July 10, '07. are go-five Reading cents per notice line per ads.week.on this page Western and Florida HEATS of all Kitr '

Editor Advocate : : Special Attention!fInn to>Mail Orden. Give ns a trial t
PINEAPPLE PLANTS. you will Be pleased. ,
1 have
frequently read Interesting extracts
from the INDIAN! RIVEB ADVOCATE GRUBER & GRIGGS'.Itt4
: and am very desirous of learning more) THE DECANTER.
H'i Take Notice. about the East Coast country I do not
'
-----I know the Soda Fountain
where ADVOCATE published -
f 4 l'r Red Spanish and Fancy Variety Slips so send this at_ random to Florida,
c\ and Suckers for Sale. Apply to hoping It may reach the proper paper, TITUSVILLE, FLA. -- Lesley Sc Renaker
!1; r'' W. GORDON BROWN, and trusting the editor will send me 'a and Marine Itfto 128-w-. P. The I ,
Robe Sound, Flo. sample copy. In A recent copy of the WHY are cold drinks at our store the talk of Safest,moat Reliable,Economical and Durable
n the town fBECAUSE Power Launches. Power foracbU Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies Buns Gins and WhI
for
Bv Pabor Lake Pineapple, I found another they are prepared with the purest ,
I' : extract from article fruit tuloea only. and business boats,and where stationaryAuxiliary
an upon pineapples, power is Bottled Beers Ales and Stoat.
. Fancy Pineapple Slips '& Suck- published in the INDIAN! RIVER ,ADVO WHY do the children request their mother'sto required.BENJ.. W. JEROME
;
:
; ; take them to our tore for cold drinks t
,', A First-class Line of Cigars. .. BlllTard and
Pool
Table
CATS and It has Interested me so much BECAUSE they are better judges generally ofgood Sole Representative for Manufacturers in the )
u s era for, Sale. that I want to see the paper that pub- thing State of Florida. ROOKUEDOB, FLA. Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mordors.
-- lishes these articles of interest to WHY do the people turn to our store when Cash must order. LOSLEY
Tltusvlllo
us and
Abbakas, Egyptian Queen, Golden desiring something cold and refreshing todrlnk? Catalogues prices on application. accompany your AvRENAKER, ,
northern people. BECAUSE, first of all,we seek to plewe the
I Queen, Porto Rico Smooth Cayenne and
;j, ,yours truly taste of our patrons and not to. take advantage
Red Spanish. Apply to of their thirst.EarTobaooo. Remember, the ADVOCATE, Titus-
M. W. STUBBLIFIELD.
,, MADDOCK: A MATIHAMS, ft, ,Cigars, Candy and Fruit. vine, does all kinds of Job printing.: Giveus L; R. DECKER ,
,'.... ..
t14 ?' "Palm Beach Pinery, a share of your work.]

West Palm Beach, Fla. Mr. G. W. nays, of Eau GalUe, In -]::: Will keep, constantly on hand a Full Supply of :::[-
writing the ADVOCATE, says: "Your job itusYille
Fancy Pines. work is very neat and attractive, and I Barber.Shop: BOOKKEEPINGthoroughly '
i 1 .. -- am well pleased with it." Thanks; we ---J !f ) CYPRESS AND, GEORGLLPINK LUMBER'Jresaed
endeavor
always to please our customers
Before placing Abbaka your orderor Smooth In job work or anything else. Call at the abovq place and'get jourHair by taught Abraham for,,$1
Cayenne or plants, write for
I price, delivered; state quantity. Cat Shave Shampoo Bookkeeping:: ChartNo : acid: :Rough.Also .

CRESCENT riNEHV, ORMOND FLA. 17 1807. ,,, teacher required.
July Brick
and Turned
Mouldings Work Lime Get!
Booklet giving full
I BAHIA, FLA.,, or Tonsorial work of.all,kinds 4one by ; ,
Editor Advocate i particulars,free. Address,Ckss.M.Abrssssises.i
.M H. S. MEADOR, Prop., Cssilss N. J. Principal and Pounder Abra- and Crates of All Descriptions.
I, Pineapple Plants for Sale. Dear Sir-Please take my guava ad. bam_ Business College. Established 1880.
.., out of your paper, as I have replies Washington ave., Tltusville, Fla. TI.'t'U.s'V"l.11e: : F10rldJAMES A
Red Spanish, Egyptian and RIpley enough now to keep us going for: a year.
ad. has there"
This certainly "got with
l Abbakal Envll1e Porto
ns City,
,: m! Cliarlo4te Rothohl1dl and Smooth the people who want to sell. If It does PBITCHABD, President; W. M. BBOWN,, Ylce-President:
o, as well among those who want to buy, C. S. Schuyler, Cashier
'Guaranteed flrst-olass
I I 4 Cayenne. II. LKTOCKNAU plunts.J. your advertisers must be happy. United States Twine & Net Co

I I ,' Eden, Fla. very truly JAS. yours CARNELL., INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN

23 FUlton St. New York N. Y.
: Plants. .
Choice Pineapple
AI:' -- ATLANTA, GA., July 17, 1897. (Incorporated under the Laws of the State*f Florida.)

!'' Smooth Cayenne, Envll City, Abbaka, Editor Advocate : Headquarters for everything in Authorized capital $100
''I,' and Red Spanish, grown without coyer "
Guarantee Dear SIr-On account of our close business Paid up capital $25
and
from plants.
first-class. young Apply or address, relation with printers and publishers, Average deposits, $150WO>>|
: t C. A. ROBINSON, a great many newspapers are regularly NETS SEINES TWINES
Eden Indian Fla. sent to us. Many of these find their wayto
,' River, Transacts General BailiU
the waste basket, as we cannot spare a
Fancy Pineapple Plants. one among the number for which .And 'of all Kinds. Business.
; Fishermen's Tackle
the waste basket has no attraction, and .... ....

Hardy, vigorous, grown without shel which is each week carefully read, often Largest ud Oldest Bank on the I m
ter smooth-leaved CayenneAbbaka even to the advertisements. This, notwithstanding -
4,1, and Jamaica Rlpley plants for sale.. the fact that we have no Best Goods least money. ,, Exchange sold on all Foreign Countr|
K. O.I B. TYNDALL, special interest In the people or locality ":
Waveland, Fla. where it is published. Further we DIRECTORS)
usually kaep a copy of this paper on our UJ- Correspondence .Solicited. Mention ADVOCATE. JAS.PMTCHAB.D.W.B.BAR! TTPt(\ "3
desk to show visiting publishers how a 'of the National Bank of Jackennvlllet) 'J

Porto Rico Slips, paper ought to be conducted, and how Jacksonville DUBKBB (VIce-Preeldimt), and W. H.National' BROWI.' Bull>
it ought to be printed. The paper is a BERNARD ABEL. .. PETER I. NEVINS. .
Grown under cover. Apply for prices colored one (pink), but Is published by National COBBKSPONDENTS.Seaboard Bank of New Tort'!
f to the Delaney Porto Rico Pineapple men who are pure white In every sense National Bank of Jacksonville '
t t. + Plantation, Mloco, Fla. of the term. The name of the paper Is
? "The INDIAN at Titusville RIVER, Fla ADVOCATE,-" published BERNARD ABEL & CO. TI'L USVILLE, F'Lu: .

Pineapple Slips for Sale. Yours faithfully, ,
DODSON PRINTERS' SUPPLY Co., .
Red Spanish, Queen's. Porto Rico's W. C. DODBON Preat. 322,& 324 Washington Cor. Jay St., NEW YORK.Commission .
and Abakka', from well-cultivated and w 0tiO
well-fertilized plants. Growers know .FIshing on,Indian River. 0 C
i this pays. Address : fLo I
i !( JOHN TAYLOR, c O
I O. K. WOOD, Agent _Stuart, Fla. Our fishermen are reporting that large RESCRIPTIOXS "'CI 0
schools of mullet are running south of Merchants .- ROPERLY AND
y' Tltusville. There is ho trouble (or each U I-. ROMPTLY (D "
I boat to bring in 1,000. The demand on ::1--
3 t.. a Smooth Cayenne Pineapple the Ice works la very great, and Mr. T. Solicit*yow shipments of PINEAPPLES. We have the best class of .. "'C REPARED. C Q
I I Suckers for Salo.i T. Wetmore Is on the fish dock before trade for them. The best location in New York to sell them. c
daylight doing all In his power to facilitate C'd 3'
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I have 50X) >0 Smooth TWENTY EXPERIENCE THE BUSINESS.
i: 25,000 to Cay. the heavy shipments. An evidenceof (d
;i enne pineapple suckers for sale; all the increasing business is that the Refer to Irving National Bank, New York. To any 'of 'the mercantile' agencies.To C I, Ca -
home crown, and strictly- first rloas. Southern Express Co. have put on extra growers whose fruit we have sold and are now selling. -o
F'-- Cheaper than any other reliable firm men. Their representative Mr. B. B. (D'
will sell Pyles, and his efficient assistant, Mr. '
l GBO. H. WRIGHT, Weley Joyner, with the always good- (') ,
_. Orlando Fla. natured and with a "come on boys," Mr. The Premier Flour of Cf) .. .
O. F. Curtis, the express messenger on America. -
the J., T. A K. W. R'y., the shippers offish --FRED. S. CHAFFER' & CO. DRUGGIS
Guavaa Wanted. are to be congratulated that everybody _
Is alive to the Increasing demandfor ,
Highest cash price paid for guavas, in Indian River mullet. Mr. F. W. Unexcelled Biscuit Special Attention Paid to Mall Orders.
any quantity, and at any station on the' Miller the live agent of the J., T. K.W. gg1PC3K rRED S. CnAFS'EE, } Titusville Fla
East Coast Railway. Write or apply to ., lion hand early and late,seeing that y It.aared Druggi.t. ,
JAS. CARN ELL everything which can be done is attended

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Notice to Taxpayers. Builders material, In Supply car loads Co., at or St.otherwise, the CAUAsiBlttLUirMS, '{ PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKER'

I i .. The time for payment of town taxesof will be pleased' to make you a deliver Bread Pastry. Of the following Varieties I .
'. the town of Tttusvllle has been ext price at your station. You have no lyj p

1 ,.f;t, tended to Aug. 1. 1897, at the expiration agent's or middleman's commission to Abbaka, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen Rlpley Queen,
of which period here will be no further pay. '
.t' extension. By order of the Town Coun- Cayenne, Pernambuco and Red Spanish.
f' oiL Send the ADVOCATE an order for any F. H BURST. |
t': "" O. Ci&RT-ELWES, Clerk. Job printing you need.] : Represented by JACKSONVILLE FLA. Apply G. C. MATTnAMS. Florida PineaPPleC"**
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