Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00089
 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: July 30, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00089
 Related Items
Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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14.: 3STo. ,24. TITUSVILLE FLA., FRIDAY, JULY 30, :1897.' Price, 5c. '.

It, LOCAL NEWS, -Col. S. F. Travis, of Cocoa, paid our FOR ALL Kinds of Bicycles and Sun- -Mr. G. Trevor Spencer chief engineer Do You Need Shoes ? HOTEL NOTES.*
burg a flying visit on Tuesday. dries, send to F. W. BEERS, St. Augustine of the F. C. L. C. A T. Co., was a

Topic of General Interest. -Mrs. C. C. Curtis and two children Fla.Claim passenger on yesterday's train to Jupi .
If so, do not fall to me a visit and WHEal ;
left for ter. pay to atop. See list of hotel oa i

ty and Oen"".. Oowlp la connection a few days Rockledge .on Tuesday, to spend Agent G. T. Zehnbauer, of -Mr.. Julius Tyler, _one of the proprietors examine boys and my Mlssea fine lln shoes.. of men's, ladlM'J our 7th page. r
ith Blwmyn Bay, Lake Worth,Indian, -Mr. Ed. Stlllng Cocoa's well known the F. E. C. Ry., went south yesterday.The of the Fort Pierce hotel la very price to suit everybody. Examinationmeans Hotel Coquina, Ormond, la said to be :
.. Halifax River, WeetI
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Pofat..long the hardware and lumber merchant, paid fortnightly bicycle races will be \ill, and Is reported to be lying in a precarious purchase. Jtri.nm : doing an excellent business and everyone -
Mb..lmpon-t KLun\
all Titusville a short visit yesterday.Mrs. held In town to-morrowSaturday) even- condition. \.. who stops there are more than pleased
Florid Brief mention ofresting
t i Coaat of with the cuisine and management of :
Events from Various Parts Courtland Buokman of Jacksonville ing. -Mr. F. H. Woolston Little Bros., thing in general by the host and host

|the World I About People Ton Know has left for Lebabon, Tenn., to Capt. Chas. Brock, of Jacksonville, (Jacksonville) representative went south ens-Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Beeman. Quit
People Ton Don't Knew-Picked spend the balance of the summer. was a passenber on Wednesday's train to Wednesday, ,, In the Interests Capt. Saunders Dead. a few prominent Augustine residents

k by Oar Society Editor and a large staff -Editor of his fertiliser firm. have been stopping at Hotel Coquina .
Charles H. Walton, of this Miami.Mr. '
.Correspondents ,ientlered I along thet paper, is now somewhat better after William M. Brown went down Mrs. Paine, wife of the chief engin Capt. Nathan Saunders, of Eden, died this summer.

Coast of Xlorida. I his week's sickness with fever. to Miami yesterday to look: after his ear' of the steamer Courtenay passed last Sunday from the effects of an operation .. Guests still continue to arrive at the '),

receive I interests at that place. through here, yesterday, on her way to performed on him for appendicitis. Ocean Beach House, ,Senbreeze and all
-Miss Dugas, of'Atlanta, is spending Eau Game to her Deceased who well known In- ,
If you a sample copy of join husband. was on who stay there are well with the
the summer with her aunt, Mrs. D. A. Percy G. Walton returned to town dian River and old and I pleased
} [ADVOCATE, it Is au intimation that on : an respected
Dr. H. Martin treatment they receive It I I.
W. B. very con
ould give us pleasure to add 'youre Blodgett, at Macklnao Island, Mich. Tuesday from a ten days' vacation at Dawson, wholesale wine and spirit citizen of bouth Brevard, was burled venlent for lovers of the sea-shore, and

;, to our faat-Increasing.Ust of subIbers. -Mra. John Sewell returned home Seabreeze and other places. dealer, Jacksonville, passed through next day. Is well adapted to their wants, the

It does not ,cost you three Fnday, after spending a few days with -Doctor C. H. Stewart of Melbourne, her"Wednesday; en route to Miami. summer rates being very moderate indeed. ,
Its per week (postage included) whenen her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. C. Keller, returned home Monday after having Shipments Mullet The house Is under the manage. :';
by the year, and It can be sent to at Daytona. spent a pleasant time at Seabreeze.We -Mr.'J. F. Delaney, of Mlcco was a ment of Mrs. H. C. Berry "
i In any part of the United States or pleasant caller at the ADVOCATE office
[ ada without extra expense.. Henry Tl: Titus and his'jolly tars learn that Miami and Coooanut yesterday. He came up on the steamer During the WHir ending July 9-tth, There'll a large contingent of Gainesville .
bad the misfortune, last Tuesday night, Grove are to be connected by a bicycle St. Augustine In the morning, returningat 105 barrel. of mullet were shipped from \ people at the Colonnades hotel,
THE ADVOCATE, to catch some 500 pounds of red bass in path, and possibly telephone line., night. Tltusvllle by those In the fishing business City Beautiful (opposite Daytona, as
$1.110 per annum In advance. their mullet nets. which Is certainly not a bad show- well aa many from other mOil\\!
11x.montb. '. -Mr. Jacobs, the genial and popular Sheriff J. P. Brown left here, Wednesday for the months. morning and the
i $1.00 Ing summer every evening large
-Mrs. J. L. Mather, of Jackson, Tenn., of Chas. Blum A for south
representative Co., points to summon
foreign countries. 114 barrels of be the beach
$2.00 an. to Yesterday morning wagonette can seen going to ,
per mother of Mrs. F. S. arrived In Jacksonville In
Chaffee for the
was town this week. jurors County Court, which sits
which Is but
mullet were shipped on the J. T. A K. A short distance away, with
I II town Saturday last on a visit to her on August 9th. lie returned to town wbioh
W. from Tltusvllle of a crowd of jolly and old folks from
daughter, who is fast recovering from -Mr. Will\ S. Thomas, the Citizen's yesterday. R'jh number young
her recent Indisposition.Mrs. able correspondent of Miami, passed 60 were sent by Mr. Geo. W. Sooble. the hotel to enjoy the surf-bathing, etc.

ne u through here, on the southbound train ....Mr. S. n. Ray, formerly of Tltusvllle, An extra express: car bad to be put on Mr. Fred 0..King chief clerk-of Hotel +
Helen W. Reynolds and her Monday. writes us that be is now traveling for to carry the fish. Roya Polnolana I'a\m\ Beach, and Grand .
MpN little daughter Mabel, who have been Collier' Weekly In South Carolina, and Union ''
Hotel has thank
S spending about a week or so at Melbourne Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Is.doing well. Mrs. Ray and family are for a of ,The Saratoga"400 ]American our
USIMes Beach with Mrs. A. T. Feaster divine service at Cocoa on Sunday next, spending the summer In S. O. also Big Demand for Ice. Journal copy of Travel." The Grand Society UnionIs
returned home Monday, much benefitedand Aug. lat, at 11 a. m. and 7:UK)p. m.; at
sunburned by their outing Merritt at 3:30 p, m. -Mr. Adhemar Brady, who left here one of the biggest hotel resorts In the .
for Atlanta some weeks ago In the Interests Owing to the Increased business of world and bal over 1,000 room. In securing -
L -Miss Aline Brady is expected home Master Porson Paddlson was In of Ills book on National Money will late In the fishing Industry at this place, Mr. King for Its head clerk the
/ to-day from East Boston, where she has town the first of the week. lie Is spending probably return to Tltusvllle In the the lomand on the local plant for toe has management knew what they were about

been nearly a year, most of which time the summer with his brother, Mr. course of the next few days. We under been In excess: of Its output, and In con.IpquenOIt for he Is one of the most popular hotelol.rkl
has been devoted to musical studle Geo. F. raddls9D, at Eau GalUe.Wedne stand'Mr. Brady is having uphill work Ice has had to be secured else In the states. Mr., King made

Her many friends will doubtless be gladto da7'1 northbound train, on Introducing his unique work, like many where. The F. E. C. and J.. T. K. W. good many friends on the East Coast

have her In their midst again. the Florida East Coast Ry., was two anda other authors. lines ouch brought carload of Ice this lost winter. .

-The remains of W. L. Morris, the half hours late, owing to the accident ble pant week, consigned to Mr. (loo. W. Soo
and more will arrive tomorrow.We .
young man who lately committed suicide which West Palm occurred Beach.the. night before near Accident On the F. 1''=. C. Line. understand that orders for 130 tons Brevard County Tobacco.
in Jacksonville\ were shipped to Daytona -
have been delivered -
placed elsewhere, to be
on Tuesday for interment. Deceased -Smoked glass was In great requisition Tuesday's southbound train an wanted. This Is not as It should Mr. John Coward, of Salt Lake, paid
well known In the ran Intoa
was latter place, yesterday morning, when the greater trestle about ntlllos north be, anti our manufacturer should ar- us a pleasant visit Saturday last, bring
w having been engaged; In the real estate part of the population was examining: West Palm Beach eight with the result that of lange it ao that his plant could supply ing with him a fine specimen of Sumatra ,
office of Wilkinson & Parkinson for
ps sometime the eclipse of the nun, which took place turned and the the fishermen with what toe they hued, tobacco grown from seed obtained from "
engine wait over baggage
I 0 previous to his death between 8 and 8 o'clock a. m. and mall ollithe as It In. to his Interest as well as theirs. the ADVOCATE of toe. Mr. Coward 1*
: oars were thrown
...N. W. Stearns I, patent attorney ofBralntree. express well pleased with his success, though he
-Mr. J. N. Stripling has been appointed track. H'. W. Mason, the engineer,
Mass., formerly of Tampa, United States district attorney was seriously scalded and the baKgage- says he planted a little too late this year
RIVER reports the Issue of U. S. patents on the for the Southern district of Florida and master and mall clerk were bruised', but To Form a Bicycle Cluh. the season being too dry at the time It
13th inst., to Florida Inventors E. P. was he will probably Invest In a
will take charge of the office as noon as happily no other personal Injury wan Ylanted';
oC c cAN Willard, Sugden, gas engine and trade. he arrives in Jacksonville from Wash done.:: The bridge wan burning at the A meeting was held at the Indian .mal : plant before nextseason. A
DNever mark to Selden Cypress Door Co., i lugton. time of the accident but the engineer River hotel last Friday night, the purKme The tobacco was grown on old land, com
I Palatka, Fla., for cypress door. thought it was a pile of old tics just nearby being to club: merolal fertilizers being used to producethe
-Mr. W. E. Youngs has opened a appointed burning qualities in the
: and In did not much E. B. Wager was temporary necessary
-Mr. W. M. Brown says he would be barber In the office consequence pay will
shop recently occu leaf. Mr. Coward' success probably
attention to It. When too late chairman, and Mr. F. O. Williams
to form of ten rectify
willing a pool
persons, Mr. It. Freeman Hall h utchineon's
pied by on Inspire of his neighbors to
fall read our Inside his mistake ho all steam and temporary About fifteen many
to put on
pages.U each to put up $100, to send a trustworthy We call attention to endeavored secretary. weed and It
will always find something -to finest man, who must also be a hustler, to avenue. to carry the train over but did names wore enrolled, and It was moved try growing the soothing ,
his advertisement which will be foundon will
I.I that considerable
likely a acreage" ,
you. the Klondyke "old fields. Mr. Brown anticipates 8th not succeed. The engl ne gotlaiely over, and seconded that the temporary organization Brevard next
our be In northern
page. planted
more difficulty la discovering then turned upside down, penning the be nmde permanent which was
Judge M. S. Jones has been attendto -
the kind of than engineer under his box, but the remain- carried unanimously. A committee on season
law matters at Fort Pierce this right man, In raising -In reply to a letter, Governor Blox
the money. bum says: "It Is held that the size of the der of the train was thrown off the track.It rules and regulations consisting of
k.Mr. was certainly a miracle that there Messrs. Coleman Pries and Brown was Vero.
mesh named
In the law Is less than the .
J. H. Gallie -Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Feaster and children life. appointed by the and after
D. Smith, of Eau size now In use, by a mistake of the author was no loss of chairman A
ui a visitor to town, the end of lost who have been enjoying a sojourn of the bill, who was not a practical little further discussion the meeting ad. I
ek. of some weeks' duration at Melbourne fisherman. Hence you can use the nets lourned till Thursday July 20th. The Mr. and Mrs I). Cain of Rosetand, are
Beach returned to town by the steamer and seines now In The "Punch Bowl" Property. name of the club will be the Tltusvllle here visiting their daughter Mrs. 8.
Quite a number of trout caughtry use.
are St. Augustine Thursday morning, look Cycle Club. Davis.
day by hook and line from the Tile ing greatly benefltted by their outing.Mr. -The excursion train from Jackson *
docks. Andrew Feaster, who was also of ville\ to West Palm'Beach Miami and The cane of Mary Brickoll vs. James A. This Is the poorest honey year sine

Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Ord, of Miami, the party came back In his sailboat Key West, on Wednesday was, composed, Waddell has occupied the'attention of Sheriff Brown Make a Haul. : there has been any boos to speak of on
this coast.
ve been spending a few days In St. yesterday.We .' of seven passenger and two baggage: Special Master Atkinson!, at Miami, for -

Dgustlne this week.Congressman acknowledge, with .thanks, receipt coaches, the former filled with tired and the past week Mr. Waddell, the defendant Sheriff J. P. Brown returned to town Mr. Hill road master of the southern
Is the administrator of the
'' and of a small crate of very fine Abbak- hot-looking people on their way to view heirs. Involve Baron From Goatsvllle, near Eden. Mondaylast division of the F. E. C. H'y., was here on
Robt. W. Davis The cane the title to the
> private secretary have returned to ka and Smooth Cayenne pineapples from the beauties of BIscayne Bay, and other "punch bowl" property, one of the PIO.' with thirty-one prisoners, six: of business .a few days ago.
sir homes at Palatka-from Washlog- Mr. G. C. Mattbams, one of the largest places. They will return some time next valuable pieces of land In Dade county. whom were women, fifteen or more having Mrs. F. C. Prange and son Cart, alsoMiss
n, D.C. and most successful pineapple growerson week, ticket being good until! Aug. 4tb. The testimony revealed the fact that the escaped from the house when thn Ruby Gifford are spending a fewdays
Lake Worth. They are certainly of raid was made and two the vigilance' of
bad been In before the with friends at Grant.
property use
J.O. Fries has
-Mr.T. J. Clark of the Burnell Lumr very delicious flavor, and the gift of County Surveyor Just when starch bad been the officers on the way up. Owing to ,
war, a factory
Co., has been in Fort Pierce this completed a very fine map of Brevard
them is much appreciated by the ADVO the unaatl"factoryJ.and even dangerous Excursion
erected there.A
County for the County School Board.It to Jacksonville.
looking after the interests of his CATE. state of affairs at Kden It was decided Cheap
I I.
Is 10x3:; feet, and Is an excellent wild lime grove located on the
mpany.Mr. to make a raid on a settlement acrossthe -
-Mr. W. T. Avera, of South Lake piece of workmanship showing clearly land, and the fruit from these trees has
Geo. W Scoble left on the J., grove, has of late been planting quite every school district and lake In the for years brought in a revenue. The savannah from that place, where It The Jacksonville\ Tampa A Key West
believed and
A K. W. train'for Jacksonville, Mon- extensively in celery. At present he has county-even those on the CInclnnatus property bar long been famous because was "blind tiger" gambling : Railway have authorized, the following n
y morning, on business. He returnto over 100,000 celery plants set out, which Farms, near Sebastian. of the "punch bowl" located on It. The unenviable hell was being run by colored folk very low rates from stations named
town next day. he informs us are in a very thriving con. punch bowl Is merely a hole about four of reputation. to Jacksonville From Tltusvllle, $2.60; 1
-Mr. ditlon. In addition to the above, Mr. '-Mrs.: L. C. Scbuyler. mother of Mr. feet deep, dug Into a solid piece of coralline Accordingly /Sheriff Brown, taking a Osteen, $3.00; Enterprise, $2.00\ ; corresponding i .
E. B. Wager received his special Avera has planted quite a lot of other DeOrosse Scbuyler and Mrs. Geo. W. rock, above which I* a shelving rock small posse with him, consisting of I low rates from other points,
onarch Racer, Saturday last, and lew vegetables, from which we hope he will Morton writes us from Brooklyn. N. Y., of natural formation. To the south of Messrs. Stanley Jonos, AI. Ford, Tom selling on Saturday July 81st, good for
heel> the proud possessor. of the prettiest get good return when placed in the market that she was about to leave for London, the bowl Is a stairway cut Into a pieceof Robertson and<< Frank Woolen, scoopedIn return trip on Monday August 2nd.
in town. for sale. England, on Tuesday lout, to spend the solid rock. The stairway 1* thought; the 'crowd, which resulted In the These rates are made 'In connection
-Mr.' Bobt. B. WoUley, formerly of remainder of the summer. We hope her to have been cut by the Indians. above-mentioned addition to the occupants with the grand excursion from Tampaand
aytona, has rented a house In Tollahas- -Mr. Geo. F. Miles president of the trip will be a pleasant one. The ADVOCATE of the county jail, where about South Florida points to Jacksonville
ie, where he will hereafter( reside with Indian River and Bay BIscayne Inland : follows Mrs. Schuvler to London. Personal fifty law breaker are now Incarcerated.. via same trains. 6
a mother and sister. Navigation Co.; Mrs.- Miles, Mr. O. D. This Is, we believe, the largest partyof Same rates will be effective/ on Wed
Ackrrly general: passenger agent of theJ. -The handsome summer home of Mr. a evildoers that ha ever been lodged at lesday August 4th, on account of the
Hon. George W Allen has been anointed ., T. 4 K. W. Ry.; Mr. Gao. C. Olbb and Mrs. D. A. Blodgett has been open one time In Brevard county jail. Of the three Grand Gala Celebration Days In

agent in Key West for the North and Mr. W. T. Wood returned on the ed and will doubtless be the scene of Allen will go via Southern Pacific, to thirty-one prisoner one I II white F. L. Jacksonville. Those latter tickets will

ntish and Mercantile Insurance Co., of St. Augustine Saturday, having madea many smart functions daring the season, join Seattle as soon as provision Pierce, of Eden, and 'It seem that there be !good to return Saturday, August 7th.
ndon and Edinburgh.Mr. very enjoyable trip with that boat to although Its charming mistress has signified 1* made trough agent131)), success I.I considerable doubt as to his guilt, so Local agents of the J., T. K. W. are

and Mrs. C. F. Williams spent the St. Lncie Rlrer. Mr. and Mrs. Miles her Intention of living very quietlyand assured. First results lull return; subsequent bond wo allowed him, and he returned provided with fall particulars to programs
itnrday and Sunday in Jacksonville. proceeded to Ormond, and the rest of limply. Mrs. Blodgett possessed to results di"id"l.; Ironclad con- home on Tuesday. Some time ago Mr. to be carried out on gala days

Jr. P. J. Anderson piloted Mr. Willi- the party to Jacksonville and St. Augus a marked degree that peculiar,faculty of tract I ConflJential t Hope restored Pierce built a number of house opposite August Oth, 6th and 7th In Jacksonville
herself liked without effort Eden, across the .savannah and let them
Ins engine In his absence. tine. making by by proipeet. G. D. ACKKBLTV
I both men and women. Nature has en- to a colored man, who subsequently sublet -
-The steamer Sebastian, with the -Gen'l. Supt. W. B. Coffin Supervisor dowed her with many gifts, and fortunate them to another gentleman of color. Gen'l. Pa... Xgent.A .

earner Della In tow, left the wharf Sat- W. S. Baldwin and Roadmaster J. A. circumstances have surrounded her For Exchange. This latter gentleman has been runninga ,_ -- -- -
day morning for Jupiter creek, wheree Thorpe and Spencer, of the J., T. 4k K. with everything to make life happy also boarding house, and the building

will be laid up till the winter season. W. Railway afternoon, arrived In Vr at,Tltunville.Coffin's privatecar Wednesd.&y enabling her to confer happiness upon 40 acres of best Improved hammock have been used a* a sort of rendezvousfor Fine Hotel for Sale.
other Mrs. I I. devoted to her all the good-for-nothing for -'
-Mr. G. Cary-Elwe baa been appoint and left, next: morning foe Jackson Blodgett land on Indian River Narrows half mile negroes
d agent for the'Mutual Life Insurance ville. They were on a tour of Inspection home and two sweet little children, baby from Orchid P. O., to exchange; for a several mile around.It Owner wishing to retire, will sell the
*, of New York one of the largest' and of the road. Supt. Coffin is a right jovial Helen and D. A. Jr., a splendid little 30 or 30-ft launch, with a gas engine that i I* to be hoped that this wholesale oldest and beet known transient and
eat Life Insurance Company In the gentleman and his many Indian River fellow who opened his soft blue eyea to run by explosion I arrest will do much towards breaking up family hotel In Aah.vlUe" N. C. Small s
always pleased to see him In the world, just eight months ago- C. L. FABER, similar establishment which may be cash payment. Central' location and
'orld.Mr. : friends are. From May Myrtle's Gosilp. Sbarpe, Fla. carried on elsewhere i In the county, If valuable frontage. Apply to
I H. M. Pap worth visited our I Titusville.Two there be any. The prisoner will be arraigned LOCK Box MS,

pwn Frlday.last to aid In the reorganize I Slackest at the next sitting of the county Ashevllle, N. Q.As .
Jon of the K. P. Lodge at this place. I U- round-trip tickets, by way of State Bank of Eau Gallie Stockholder Lime. court, which take place next Monday

,fr. Papworth I* Grand Chancellor of the fine, deep-draft Mallory steamers, week, August 0th.
P>e order. for sale cheap. Address Meeting1.A Ten ton for sale cheap. Address g>/- an advertising medium, no f fI' ff
"N. '.,' care ADVOCATE, G. '. PADDISOIT paper on the East Coast can beat the *
;A.TCII REPAIRING Titu.vUle, Fla special meeting of the stockholder Eau Gallle FU. Christmas! ADVOCATE. Give us a trial ad"" .,
Bro. done by Anthony of the State Bank of Eaa Oalll will beheld and be convinced of the pink paper's t
West Palm Beach Fla.
at the bank building said bank In Our price at Coco, Fla. : worth.. 4
Grapefruit Buda for Sale. Eau Gallie Brevard county, Fla., at 9 For Sale.A Duval Rye, $a per gal. (Jugs extra).
| Bones Wanted. o'clock. m., on August 31st, 1807 for North Carolina (old) $3 per gal. TOBACCO SKID TO BE' .O1VXK ;
S Five hundred grapefruit bud, one the purpose of electing a Board of Directors. < good grocery business;thriving town Penn. and other Bye $3 $1.ro, $4, $3. Away to any person who will plant$ w
Save roar bones and send them to the year old, $20 per 100. Also budded orange By order of Board of Director;: on last Coast; due location small capital Bottled Beer, per do. $1.23, $1.80./ $1.75. In Brevard county., Call at the ADVOCATE #
acbooYl11e rtlliwr Co., South Jack- tree*. R- A. 1I..um1l:1E.: Signed) .J: H."D. Smith,. required. Address, "OBOCES," Per 10-dox. cask, $11), $$10.60 $11.SO. and office, Tltusvllle and get some.
DavUla, Fla. Will pay cash for them. Sebastian, Fla. Cashier. care ADVOCATE, Tltusvllle,.Fla. $M.5a: j. D. CHABO. Or, send stamp to pay postage. v,

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supreme creative power through the old to serve. They to an element M and .
tint never foraalte them, Should keep themselves htialthy
landmarks ibeathen mythology accept serf a god
should be given to thti OF --
which Is all cx>ndlUns a* the, especial care
r Merit. nonsense we know to be tmposslb, nocefii, matter at this time. Health depends upon

to prove what'ls' perpetually before Ollr develop, while our gods'of ambition1 nd pure, rich blood, for when the blood II Pine Lumber Mill Stuff Sidings
and nat of var Cypress or Flooring
eyes. The savage, through whom w pride are dally forsaking to*, we Impure and Impoverished diseases ,
Made and Merit Maintain theeonflden this .information, had no better orally drift to an unknown god through lou kinds are almost certain to I --

of the people in Hood'. SarsapsrllUu 1 Ua get means.of ascertaining the facts than .. the medium of'''suicide;; hence suicide, The one true. By blood Its power purifier to purify is Uood'sSarsaparilla. and Ceilings and Mouldings, Packing Boxes and Crates. Turning and Scroll WoA...

medicine cares you when .Ick; Kit..ak.. we have to day, unless they had been a natural result from artificial causes, vltillze the blood It has proved Itself tc Good work and material at low prices. Take, Main street car line to mill M

wonderful cures everywhere,then beyond gods themselves And pot like Paul and: Instead of an artificial result from' natural be the safeguard of health, and the record .
that medicine amer1t. .
question Silas who wenvonly men like'unto oth. causes. I knew a man dlo'lh'ed-until of remarkable cures effected proves office.
ers. Man like all other materialism, Ie be was literally eaten np by a cancer. It that actually It has wonderful and permanently power over,cures disease when Telephone (old line) 4&S. Jacksonville, Fla.

Made a product of the''earth. It Is dust back He was for years'an Intense saffe'reti:; an all other preparations fail to do anj. ,

e. to dual; we knownot whence we color : tncumbranoe-- to all his -surroundingi), good whatever. e

, h whither we ga; we have no comm'unl. I without the slightest hope of relief In .

.s That in Just the truth about Hood's Btsparllla. .. I cation either way. The mind, which II i any form. Now, would' It have beat Boys, Watch This;

S We know it pos .._ merit the direct product of the brain, Is simp lunacy or sin for him to have relieved HARRY, MASON & CO.V C

because It puree, not once or twice or a I the steam power from the organic foroel I himself' from his condition ? Suppose The lIon. E. N. Dimick, senator from V ,.

hundred times, but,, In thousand aD4 1 of the brain, and can only act and \te- your wife, daughter; sister or moths Dude and Brevard counties, has given

thousand absolutely! ,.of permanently wanes. We, when Jtriow all it others CUreII, act ou organlo forces-, but falls to averse were, to fall Into savage hands, and taker at notice; the South that Dade Florida county Military has and a vacancy Educational
p fall to do any good whatever. We repeat with supreme or independe beyond the reach of recovery, and had .a t Institution Bartow. Applicants (

power, simply because It Is the produ dagger In their hand with which to end from which the appointment of one will W Buy'Street,
: horrible What would will meet at West Palm Beach JACKSOXVlLLK- Liquors and Cigars Higi
of temporal organization.. Then how .man their fate. you sad be made, 20. |
HO.od's can connect, himself with God or any do ? Then If It is right to commit suletcl* for examination on August

t l l'' supreme power, through the history 01 at all, the act Is not a crime, but simply All bread sandwiches should be madeof Grade Whiskies Etc

heathen mythology; when be can't do It a business transaction, to be governed bread at least twenty-four hours old. ,
Sarsaparilla his volttlon has never'' yet by circumstances. As for'as who should &i".o
through own. should be. thief I the crust
suicide what The slices very ..:....-.o. ; .
n lathe best-In fact the One True Blood Purltti : been explained; and from a-practical illgious or should.not commit or should be cut off, and the shape Of the Whiskies-Imported and Domestic: Southern Belle Rock and Rye...............trom tinpn!
i Is point It U justifiable, tbat'll another ,blackberry,dud peach and Jioney. .... .....from
; standpoint, wholly unnecc whatever the whim of the maker HrnndlraDnmestlo spplfl peach ... .. .. ,........... ... ...". .. fl.5OIIOI"!
cure nausea, IndlgentlcllOOU sandwich Holland,Old Tom, etc....".........F.... .. .from fJ.5O peril"
S Pill biliousness 2 oenla... nary, from the fact that we"have God In question. l'am'not discussing; I only fiins Rum- ...4.. ...... ... ...;i..v........!.... ......t' ............*...;...*..*.'.from tin\praWinesPort
ii claim that suicide In.the'ab8tract Is not -dictates.To ?, Sherry Catawba Muscatel, Claret, eto., from... ........................ilwlerp< >
all his supremacy and power' immedlat ( Claret Finest Brands..,.. ......'... _....r.....:.................................., .from Sl.2Jp!:
"or- ,.. ly wlth-us, and our knowledge Is a realIty a orime.I Care Constipation Fore. r. / Bottled*-Beer..:............... ..... ............... .:.....;.. ..I. ...............,'....from$1.30netdZJiy :
Free and and not a hl tory: We are not dependent MONT IIARDEi:. Take Cascarets Candy Cutburtlo. 100 or 2110. All other Fine Brands. at. equally Low Prices. .
It C. C. C. fail to cure, drugg IHU refund mover. Jugs and demijohns will be packed In-boxes, when sO requested, without a.
on Moms as a mouth-piece, and tra cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company *|t
II L AcceptedIndian, Wr1 Masons the prophets as forerunners of events i to Health means a perfect blood condition Is of: California claims the largest boy of his not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble. '
Pure essential
verify what we know ourselves.' the whole system. '' world: His name Is John Send for Price List, or call upon MASON & CO.,
.- to perfect health. Hood's Sarsaparilla age In ,the. 309 811 W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
301,807, ;
Suppose Moses and the. prophets wore makes pure blood and thus give Uardin. lIe is Ii years old, six feet five

ax Tltusvll right 'In their representations, or suppoi health and bapplnesa. inches tall and weighs 220 pounds.
I River Flaw" that would not''change I
they were wrong,
r Lodge, No. (00 the facts as they exists Theology: wlJI Hood's and Pills liver are me the clne.favorite. Price family 2f>c.eatbartlo Educate Ton*'Rowels With Cusoareta.- I 1 BICYCLES.Best line in the Stat
dmmrtlc. cure constipation .
that theory IK only the Ood of nature Candy
FiUy 0.0.O.full,druggists rotund money. :
Holds Its meotlnics( the.second and fourth lOa,2bo. If
natural laws. Natural laws are:
house,Tit or .
the Court
of each niiintlt, at Among the numerous privileges enJoy-
TlOa, at 7 We p. m.., not local or temporal, but universal and
ed by the Lady Mayoress of London tl81and England, '.
A. T. Feaster, Worshipful Muter.Heo. eternal; and, hence God's 'laws through A golf ball at }3 urn ,
Senior Warden? her husband's year of office is that with such force as to '
1. W. Hcoble, which arid.render homage hit a. passing; horse LUTHY, $150.00.,
we recognUe
n.I111111, Junior Warden, of "entree" at court. That Is to say, Instead kill him.. '
11.- R\WII"on l Treasurer. to him, as we have no.other .mode'of acess. .of being compelled to take her takes FOWLER, ,$100: $75.00. J \
four-footed animals, the giraffe \
i J.i Mendel\ Secretary. titled Of
M. S. Name, Senior Deacon.J"A.1Iappereette Then, how do we violate God's laws by place among the ordinary guests, the largest .It ride. In full swing, It CLEVELAND, $100, $85.00. ,
untitled at functions she enters -
Junior Deacon. and court .
A.,.&. Stewart, T. H. Sanders, steward committing; suicide, when the condit.loi the palace by separate entrance covers fourteen fee WESTFIELD: : $75.00: $00.00.
of nature require It.P .What Is the camof e .
V..A. Geiger, Chaplain. and Is received by royalty before any of FAITHFUL MEN OR
v Ai Froscher. Tyler. ,f suicide t There are many Incidenteaone the other guests. WANTED to travel for responsibleestablished ... n.
which do not meet therque In -Florida. .Salary '
house B., F. MANIER Jr.
ion; proper. In the main, It is the co (780 and expen !I. Position perman- ,
( IS SUICIDE A CHIMES ? down of flctlttoi The use of Hall's Hair I Renewer prd- ent. Reference.Enclose self-addressed
lapse breaking
or N
Jacksonville Fla.
motel the growth of the hair, and ro- envelope. The National, Star ,
pride, the product of financial 'clvlllz stores Its natural color and beauty, frees stamped Chicago. .
JKNBKW! FLA., July 27tb, 1897. Ion; Instead Intelligence and justlci the scalp of dandruff tetter, and all im Insurance Bldg., With Freyer &; Bradley. Music Co.

I Editor Advocate It: makes life to them not worth living, purities. '

{ ':MOlt people answer that questlc is their god, which is money and pride, AXBX'NEAB. ERNEST TAYLOR.

l without ever having given It' >.a,, thougl bias forsaken them; and a man wltboii Everybody'Bays So. TAYLOR o =:: : AS. :s: 'I.a:: 'VM: &; CO.
of Its'merits. Itt !II god of some kind Is like a dog without Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most wonderful NEAR ,
'from standpoint medical discovery of the age, pleasant DEA.LERS aE'ine
disposed of In the ". me manner that a.. master, and realizes be Is In the wrong and refreshing to the taste act gently 'Successors to.John McAllister.) i IN -

views are generated company, and gets, out. The 'no-calle and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels "W3.xa.os and Ijlciiaors,
moot of our cleansing the entire system, dispel voids,
what bll tulcldes in India. are not suicides, from; Artesian Well Contractors -
citizen constipation
: Ask the average cure headache, fever, habitual < views lire/ 'andhe will a practical standpoint It Is simply complying Mid biliousness. Please buy and try a box
\ ,
special religious !ii5. no! cents. bo Id and .
of O. C. O. to-dayJO. : FLA
apologize by saying; "my folks 'were of with a superstitious duty to pay guaranteed to cure by all druggists. .EAU CALLIE, FLA..' JACKSONVILLE,

and consequen;. a debt supposed to be owing to a cocoa RICH WINES create good, rich M.
., the Baptist persuasion thy blood. Don't make tile minute
'the water route to heave party. buying sour poor wine becaim lit
I prefer Treasure
ly F. M.: BURST, _
I Is = I cheap. It Is not. It has a 1111111;, dl>
'iftlso An examination and eomparlso Suicide, .properly speaking, for a E. 'WiNCUBNBAcn: Manager. Igo greeable effect upon the system.Nfe.good .

Of the question will, at' leant,, define .IImerits. [erson'to destroy life In preference t to : wine is really not expeiuln
In the outset existence: wu to; existing under, conditions less deslitblo 1 1the FLORIDA MACHINE WORKS r .alienefeeling gives; you that. pulled-together,
We make a Specialty of Northl'lPUna
forced upon us without our knowledg than death, and all speculations on KtT Mountain Dew Corn Whiskey,Ihm
consent which sidetracks any Idea t ta 01 consequences la Idle theory without years old, '2.1O per gallon.

obligation or on our part for exlstenci basis. All the combined knowledge of IRON and, BRASS ,CASTINGS.General -well Parties to order living from In ns Dry, as Town we can will w t>

the situation: he universe could not teach the Ethic them to per cent.on all orders.
will 'illuatrate Done
Now, we Repairing Promptly & Accurately srAlways send money with or O'mM'
Suppose a second party proposes to fore >can or the Indian the Anglo-Saxon religion ,. :M "" ..... We will not open' new account.

something on you without your consent any more than you can teach a Shafting, Pulleys, Ke1 suitable No Goods Jacksonville sent C. O.reference D. to Dry Tom plro!

Have you not the privilege .to refuse or nan to see without'eyes.. Still, the Iron Building Columns,' j d s+.. Stock / /ml'l. Ij w\t v' Agent for lersIndlannpolsu,,IM.
and Boxes In Brewers and
of their aultable their .
option, and have a religion' own =
i dispose of It at your own Sash Weights and'Gl'ate Heroules Malt Tonio,(::1.23 per case; Clayton &Ru8Bell Wild Cherry Brandy, ,".110 per ens.F .
particularly something that :you only t > adaptation, just as much as the Saw .Mandrels elf all Size

.hold subject to call, as you do your lift, Inglo-Saxon. That Is. where the mid. Bars a Spep a.lty. ; Furnished I ", .
,ownership lonary work "slips up" on what we call .
and not yours by, permanent
Suppose that life has. exhausted all Itspurpoldll' eclalmlng; the heathen. You might aIwol1 for
S'C'Gn.aISELLS.. : \ :: A Fertilizer Fruit. c.a/
which have utilized, or try to teach the world to be Belamtes -
for you Telephone 102. Office and Shops at End of Viaduct In.Riverside. ,
first changing na
without -
attempted to utilize, it for, and become .
a drug on the market, and bal to b e tur". A so-called heathen' never commits JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .. .... ....... .= "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer,
Bide tracked and lay in wait for some sc- suicide, at least on accVmnt .of pelonal ;

called enemy to human existence I If objections surroundings; because MARX. JOHN MARX. :Prioo25.Oo: :Jer Ton.

nothing else, to destroy It. Where doe they are Incapable of reaching the GEORO GUARANTEED ANALYSIS. :........

the obligation come from, and w ere point' of fictitious pride,, that so of ton MARX BR<> .; Moisture. .. . . :.. . .. .. ... . .8 to 10 Per Cent
such a theory ellipses and leaves one without', god ; u' "
does It rest to maintain V Wholesale Dealers In Ammonla-4: to' 6

No such theory could originate excep Phosphoric.Acid< . .. . ,-.f. . . .5 to'' 6 u "'

through the channels of idle superstition -. Groceries: : ,. :must ars.d: Jrod.LOG.: Potash, (Actual). . .. .. ... . q.\6 to 8 to "
Some states have laws making it a trim 131 and 133 KM Bay Street and 6 and SN.wnan8treet, Made exclusively from Bright Cotton Seed Meal, Nitrate of Soda, Blood,So

to attempt suicide. I, never could understand Presented eTA gl &oD:u:I.11e, a :J.i'111or1.CLa.: Dissolved Phosphate, Fine Ground Tobacco Stems, and Sulphate of Potash.By .
of Justice Write for directions for using and further particulars; also ask for
on what principle atC.ourf' THE CITY opy of "Economical Fertilizing for Fruit. We carry a large stock of all Ferllizer !
tholle'lawl'wel'e instituted,, any mon. r ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN Material, Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dust Potash, eto. Write for pricelfore
'thad to enact a law to make It a crlmInal buying. We seek the growers trade direct

v ; offence for me to', attempt to mavi We are beadquarters'for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas; WILSON & TOOMER Fertilizer Co.
line of Grain and Feed. We wan ,
spot to another. Theolog; guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full Hay,
'claims from one that,sulcldo Is a sin. If It Is a sin your Oranges; and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased. The Fertilize!: House of Florida,

R. to dispose of something that is an in .

cura'branoe, a hardship, and you have no Y

desire to retain It, then It I. a sin, otherwise -

I such an idea has no standing. Tin Magnolia Grocery.... CHE'
wise men of the east tell us it Is the re PAINT STORE.

cult of insanity) It ,Is Just aa easy to H. A. HENRY, Proprietor .,

prove that many who are willing ,to live A young woman about to be presented at( Wholesale! and Retail Dealer In .
with their present conditions surroundIng ourt receive tbe'fuUeet ln.trucHon as toher
behavior. She is told how to dreu;; how ROOFING AND. SHEATHING PAPERS
Insane those who leek AND FANCY GROCERIES.f ,
them, are ,, as to manan her train; how to courtesy nor \hYd.STAPLE "bY ,
for other resorts; particularly as there II netl.,.. Every incident la carefully rehearse]
nothing but false theory to back up sucl 80 that ahe may commit no blunder in the I.worth Write or call for our Cash Price List,which will please you.
trouble 7.
reaence of royalty. If all this c e.1J. -, Supersr
a conclusion. The philosopher, over a while for the satisfaction of one brief 102 Main and 33: West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
aald "It Is better to loment, how lallaltel..mol'e important it tatbat
steak :
tough beef a young aid about to enter into the Telephone No. 253. r
endure, the Ills we have to bear than fly icred precincts of womanhood, should be : Cold >Vutcr 3Pai lt.,
instructed in all that concerns a --
to those we know not of. If that Ii openly
fe-time of possible happiness, or possible
gold standard philosophy, it would have B.: DAWSO1T .
W., I. E. BAIRD & CO.
I been better for Jonah to have held his livery mother ou.ht to see to it that her. ,
lufbttra are healthy and tronf in a wo..anly
residence In the stomach of tbo whale way. 'She ought to make them aware. Wholesale and Retail 62[ West Day &; Laura Sts., .. ;. JACKSONVILLE! r
than to have landed on unknown soil. II that any neglect or irregularity of the ..peetal V ..

would simply be drawing the dead" line re-long functions weakness of womanhood and disease.may result in Paints; Oils, Glass, Varnishes, and Room Mouldings.

against efforts to better our c ndltlon.We Any mother or daughter may write con.rninf & MERCHANT.
with the WINE
without back these delicate LIQUOR
know going
most confidence to Dr. R. V. Pierce, YARD.Palatka ,
through, the traditions and ruts of crude '(' physician to the Invalids' Hotel ..kW AND FtANIJiG MILLS, .JACKSONVILLE Catb
N. Y.HeI' Fla. 11&. rood of
and auperetitious'jnytbology, aad Surgical Institute, of Buflalov E Bay
savagery answered free eharr
letter will be of
that there is a supreme and creative wltla .ngiestionstot.elf treatment.thome, 1 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. WILSON' 'CYPRESS COMPANY
power, who has systematized all thing r which these complaints may be overcome. ,

j j for general results, to be governed by without 1 Pierce need has of had mortifying over thirty: examinations.Dr. years'dl.ex.erienc .. I Pine? Old Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines, Havana, -> Manufacturers of--
their own action., and there our knowl- in the treatment of women's ,

.' edge stops for want of a line of commu- e)_irticular.. and Held I* an of eminent practice.specialist His "Favorite in this Mexican and Florida Cigars. a Y< Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. I

nication.( There Is no such thing as an teacription cure completely and perm ,
ally the moat obstinate cases, .....1111.. JdI.
atheist.!: We have men and women who inflamed FINE FANCY GR.OOER.IES. 1I
and disease. It heals ,
eaknesa A of mouldings
believe that they don't believe, that they editloss.trengthens and tones the nerve.ntres buge.stock Dry Cypress flooring, ,ceiling siding, 'c (fI#
and wisely Iromthaht : : and the entire womanly ....ta... YHISKXYS from P.OO'Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Good lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments.anldlngs 1'1
'do believe reason very
For prospective: mother And nnrsiacothers ice- Price List upon application. Tour Jug Trade Solicited.If of all pattern a specialty. '
dpolnt. Then why should theology ; the "Favorite Prescription i>* n*
VVI want to trace out 1U theories of a' .trfect strength snstainw. you wish to open an account you must give first-class city references. When a(home, write us for prices when up our- way, come and see



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Professional Cards. PINEAPPLE RECIPES.Put the base of the leases, and lay the severed SOCIETIES KTC. Notice 1 '

i i sas5c=aaaw portion carefully one aide Trim off -

) K. BOBBTJI WAIT: .8,OKA BAH., In a tour the bottom that the fruit INDIAN RIVER GUARDS.
aoa saucepan ounce each of jusf enough so In Circuit Court of the 7th ,

OBBINS & OR A IT AM, butter and sugar place over the fire,and will stand level and firmly. With a Drill at the Armory. over county Jal1..ry cuit of Florida Brevunl

"01 when the butter becomes soft mix In four sharp knife out out the Inside of the ruMlay evening In tat A.T.month.AK..tatn.at S"o'ehek. 1807
ounces of flour and blend well. Stir In pineapple leaving a firm wall, and being Anna. Walker v.8t Sweet ) lml l...

oillad FICII: nOlTBS:-From 4 pl0mto 12 .. m.. a cupful( of boiling milk and remove from especially careful not to rupture the hot lND&I'ENDENT oiw R GOOD TKMl'LARa. Charles ... Sweet. ]
and 2
the stove. When the mixture Is cold, tom. With a stiver fork pick the flesh i Tlt..yllle Lodge No 11 meets every Tu..lay ITatpearinglbythesworn bill...
Brevard Co. Florida.
Trrv8Y.La add the beaten yolks of three and Into small pieces discarding the eorev evening. T:30 In I'rMbyterilU' ohurolk. PnbUo ftatemlant a* last known
o.Box,10 eggs m-.ADp ant Tuesday in each month.C. la me,La., lint that Ida ..b""", "' ,,
rill practice la all the courts-tat* and fed after thoroughly,blending add the whitesof Peel and slice two oranges removing all A. GARDNER. Q. w.SCOUIK.OUCKCHK8. are unknown to com|>l.lnniu.an
1 the egg, beaten light. Peel a pineapple the white skin;put the orange pulp and 8eoI'\ c.T. no person In the Scale of Floe!tla
, hneclal faoltitles for examining and perfect.Viand subpoena upon whom weld bhul. i .
titles out from It three or four slices juice with the shredded pineapple covering ant, and that the defendant. l I.
'la 'herefor ordered
? :ye.re. J
and lay them one side. Pick the rest of with sugar/ and place on ice for at tendant the said
clerk' cfnbIbt; r.S;:
CARYELWES: the fruit from the core and chop It fine. least an hour. At serving tide place the SECOND olnee DAY or (

Butter a mold and sprinkle It with sugar. the shell on a large plate neatly covered EPISCOPAL CHURCH. the being !

1V1 I NOTARY PUBLIC Cut the slices of pineapple Into diamonds with a dolly and fill with the cold shred- 225aYi/i.! 2nd aDd tth Sundays 10 each .-o the. bill.otDeZmt: thdhat.s' :: :
STATE AT LARGE. m.a,1i'IGO p.m. lIutoIa,.oloaol AA.WwU. further ordered
1igh cube or other fancy shapes, and line the ded fruit. Replace the cover and taketo .y.., Sunilay a'.:80 a. m. Eventing prayer aa published In the INUIAM ."" _
Typewriting taxes paid for non- mold with them. Put of the the table. I p_ 10. 0" Wellullftda1.( Lltaoy sarvi ...,.ry newspaper published In .
rent and account collected a layer pre- I'JWay. 10..m. county, Florida ono*a week for
ildents,.Correepondenoewilclted. pared mixture In the bottom of the mold Fill with cold water a kettle containing RI?. B. P. Buooni, Rector. Si .weeks prior to the 9ml day of ,
ao., etc. Wltnee* the Honurabla .John
[ rituBvllle Florida" and coverwith some of the chopped six large ripe pineapples and boll PRESBYTERIAN Judge of old and the anal
pineapple, proceeding thus with alternate them till tender. Drain off the water CHURCH. atTUnivIll 1M. *, ,.thl* Itt day :
fferviOM every Sabbath at 11 anel
M. SCOTT. GORDON R. BHOOME.: layers till the dish II I two-third full and when the fruit Is cool pare it, remove Sunday school a* ':i& a. m.a., c 10.:...... Gardner TJOpJn., 1 L. 8. 1 A. A.. : ; :

COTT A BKOOME cover with'a greased paper, place Iq the the leaves and but into slices half an inch 8U E3o.]14ayermeeting The ubllaire.on Wed""d1r..r""lna Jun -Julv30 Clerk i
.r': .
mold In a dripping pan and fill the pan thick. Take out the core, leaving a tend,our **. .
H. M. QoojU4.. Pastor. -We have
AfTORNEYS-AT-LAW, to half the height of the mold with water, round hole in the center of each slice; ply of very fine grades of 1

(over Bank) which should be almost boiling hot. Set weigh the fruit, and to each pound allow BAPTIST CHURCH. which will be given away

all In the oven and steam for half an a pound of loaf sugar. Cover the bottom Preschingevery second and fourth who will plant It on the Kast

(liaml, -' Florida. hour. Turn It out on, a hot dish, and of a dish with the sugar on this place a morning and evening. Prayer. Maotmg Sunday every, or send tampod-addresned + '
Wdnailay evening at T:OP 'okwk. Sunday some to the ADVOOATB office.HODGES
S. JONES serve hot with the following sauce: Puta layer of the pineapple and so on till the School '>ryfundaat':tlla.rn. Also preach-! ;
. riNOR
a ,. pint of cold water and a half-pound of dish Is full, finishing with the sugar. .ng Oak Kr.8u"V'. All are T .cordially.* Lsran invited to attend.Siimlay,

. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. granulated sugar In a saucepan over the Set the dish aside* in a' cool place for B. A. 6 CM EH, Pastor. & ;

fire; moisten an ounce of oornstarch witha twenty-four hours; then drain the slices \

u llTUSVILLE, BREVARD CO., FLA. gill of cold water and add It to the from the syrup, put the syrupdn a kettle METHODIST CHURCH.Regular Manufacturer i

sugar when boiling, stirring all the while and boll till the skum .ceases to rise, services| every first third and fourth ;
Judge of Bre' and County. 811ndaya and I Ap.
llI..V.nJ! m. 8uil", Yellow
until it Is clear. Flavor to taste. skimming carefully; put jn the pineapple Bahoof every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. Pine ; ,
and boll for minutes. League each. Sunday at 1:3O: p. m. Prayer meet. f
twenty longer.
Pineapples with rice la an admirable log every Thunllay night a. TOO The
GOLDSMITH dessert, which can be used with the sauce Cream together one-half cupful butter If12f'! Aid Society aueet. every'Welineac'uyarv'lo HOUGH A
p. '" *:Syar'boily welcome at olmrubEpwort :
> our .1
L and a cupful of add one-half Orange Bos ll.ad*
> v just given. Put a pint of milk over the sugar cup- ** 1 (

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW fire, and the moment it boils add. a thirdof ful of tweetmllk and the whites of four A.. W. J. BEST, rantor. i Fruit\ .... .

a cupful of well-washed rice and a eggs beaten light. Stir In one and one- : Lumbar delivered at any part of :

'itusvllle Florida.D. half a teaspoonful of salt. Let the rice half cupful of flour into which a heapIng CATHOLIC CHURCH. on ing through building; :: bill on of the lading.Seat C.at y::

cook In a double boiler In the milk for teaspoonful of baking powder ha rrlces at 10 a, m. every Sunday. In new writ for' price.< TheSawmtll'ls\ t
Church building, North Tituaviller. hUdre,,'. J.,T.A K. W.Ry.,p miles south 1
half an hour. Add two eggs well beaten been sifted. Bake the cake in three oateohlalD at I&to m. + Sat ull A Hlghts Put.

L. DODSON v and three tablespoonfuls of granulated round thin layers, to make the filling, H/v.J.V.O'BOTLB.Rector. ;

sugar. ,Have ready a buttered two- put in a bowl the whites of two egg, a

DENTIST.' quart mold, In the bottom of which putan tablespoonful et the juice from a chopped MUNICIPAL ROYAL-TANSY

) Office over postofflce.USVILLH : Inch layer of the prepared rice thena pineapple and a cupful of oonfevtloners'sugar. Rawalsc/vany. 1

layer of stewed pineapple and so on, Beat until It is light And white, TOWN COUNCIL.R. A new. ,.nlliuii and... "
pre *d, erased,
.. FLORIDA tD alternately. When the mold Is filled set then continue the beating adding gradually .F. Rail, mayor R.B.Smith,marahal t J.A. C'i1 IB.Now ,i
more until the I Happenwtta, tax oolleetor; O.Cary-Klwei, clerk laleeral. ;
it Into a pan of hot water and cook ,In a sugar mixture an amiimort; J. M. Dixon, W. 1C Knox 00. fj. wara er .
thick enough to be easily spread and will W. Boolile, R. O. 8orimgnur, met. W. tundoonncllmun. palwn 41.e.1 :
L. GAULDEN, moderately hot oven for half an hour. not run off the cake. Into the remain- The eunuch meeu second and sealed.1IIm1'.{for" pu\I..I.: ....Jacllaonvllle."J
Cover two tablespoonful of gelatine der stir very finely chopped pineapple fourth Monday la Mob month. OALAII001ATION....__or..I... ...' ;

ATTORNEYAT-I AW till a* much has been added the Icing
with water and soak for two hours Peela as Sold J. B. \ ;
will hold and stick together. When the COUlfTT on lCERB. by Sornveri '
Will I practice In all the Court of the State large pineapple and chop It very fine.
cake cold thick this
Vlorlda are put a layer of
f and
the United States Court
In a saucepan over the fire put a pint of pineapple Icing between them and cover SCHOOL BOARD '

P. O. Boz.I3IJ.: to TTTU8VHXB Loan. # FLA.Money 18. water and a pound of granulated sugar them with the plain Icing.-Florida. Ag- J: B.Bnowden Miller TlIIIII..lllel; A. Hatch City Are You Going to >;:

cooking for five minute Then add a riculturist. Point 1 11. K. Malabar..

cupful of hot water to the gelatine' and ;
| CAMPBELL, Drat Tobaece Spit sd Smoke Tour till, !w.,. d COUNTY COMMtaaiONXRH. l'
POPE when it is dissolved pour over the pre- If so select a route I
To quit tobaooo eally. and forever be mag J W. H. Sharpe Sharpen, chairman! Jomnh
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW pared pineapple,with the hot sirup. When netlo. full of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To Mendel. l.-uranKel hsllle R. Walker, Vltimvlllei.. Quickest, Mont '
Jno. .... liable Service those the
1 R. D. Hoke,Jensen ; are ;
Bao,the wonder-worker that makan weak men
: the mixture la cold turn It Into a freezer Regular sessions*bald ant Monday In each have when you
strong. All druggists or II. Cun guaran month. you
and freeze.. Just before It becomes stilt teed. Booklet and sample free. Address the PLANT SYSTEM.

Jacksonville Florida. enough to remove the beater add the Sterling Remedy Co.. Chicago or New York. Through trains with

white of an egg beaten Jlgbt" repack 1 COUNTY OFIICIALS.a and Day Coaches leave I :

with Ice and salt und'stand It for -V'ln Moltke was an early riser and Minor 8.Jones, Tltnaville,.connty judge( I). daily, at 8:20:: a. m. and 7.':00( .a !J ;J
[ W. ALLEN.ATTORNEYATLAW. away L. Oaiililon Tltunvllla, P.-utl..IC
| attorney) Savannah Washington,
GEORGE two hours. loved early risers. Once while roaming A.A. Stewart Tltuivill, clerk circuit court J. ::l
Sllesta'n 11'. Wooten CiMioa.: tax aniwiMiir; K. W. Null New York Montgomery < :
Soak two-thirds of a box of gelatine In around his estate at. daybreak Bharixni,tax he found a peasant woman bearIng lr.a nreri J.it.Bum*,Courtanay .ii|>erlntem|. Chattanooga St. Louis, I ,
cold for hour.
water to
to cover an Chop eat nulmo limtruiitloni J. o. Vrlon :
[Key West Florida. fine one large.or two small pineapples on her back a sack of potatoes which, county surveyor)J.P.Drown TitusrlrleshertlY. points East and West '
Make no arrangement
she had load ,
Will practice In the United States or an equal amount of the canned fruit just dug making a heavy --- .- ----. Investigated, and

and State Courts. Ojun95 can be used. Strain over the fruit the enough "for a mule. "Here's a thaler AGENTS-$25'to $50 per week easy. Plant System : : : :
for said the field marshal and
juice of one lemon and add a pint of yon great ; You work right around home. A brand write you promptly: /: : '

F. H. HOUGUTON granulated sugar. Add, a pint of boiling "you see the early bird catches the new thing: Write to u* quick I You time garding, giving schedules yon reliable and :

DR. water to the gelatine and, when allIs worm." Afterwards he found out, that will be surprised at how easily It can be and attend to any detail i
she thief who had done. Send m your address,
y was a night ravagedhis thus saving much time
l dissolved turn it over the prepared It will\ be to Interest to you
,- DENTIST. field but whom his your Invectlgata. reaches
persistently steward The Plant: System
fruit. Place in a mold and put It on the Write to-day. Address, "Peoplo'B."
had 'never got 'up early enough to 8041 Market St. Philadelphia Pa. In any direction.
Daytona, Florida.. Ice till It hardens. Serve with the jelly catch. For further Information
whipped cream or boiled custard. If f 11. L./TODD, C. If.

fresh pineapple is used, the acid will in MO-TO-BM for fifty 0..". DEED blanks lOo.eaoh; $1.00 per 100, at Dlv. Pass Aid,
,O..E.COUNTY the ADVOOATK office.WANTEDFAITIIFUL. O. W.l'arklalll.
J.O. FRIES a few hours digest the gelatine and turn Guaranteed tobaooo habit our,makes weak City
men strong blood pure. too,|I. All druggist Jacksonville 1'1...
SURVEYOR. It Into a liquid. t F. M. Jolly, Dlv. Pass.

Peel and grate pineapple enough to MEN On II, O.
Land and sub-divided.( i No Cure-No Pay responsible
,legally surveyed; make tlfree cupful Place lover the fire

Mapping neatly done. Estimates for In a double boiler a pint of milk. Beat Grove'That I.Tasteless the way Chill" all Tonlo druggist for chills sell $780 established and expenses house In Foaltlen Florida permanent.Salary Suwanee River .

.All kinds of engineering 'works. DIs- light the yolk of six eggs and add to and malaria. It is simply Iron and qui Heforenoe. Enclose self-addren I ,

them one cupful sugar a pinch of salt nine in a tasteless form. Children love tamped envelope. The. National Star I : r

puted lines a specialty.'TITusVILLE. and a gill of cold milk. When the milk It.. Adult prefer it to bitter nauseating Insurance Uldg., Chicago. Jan20,07 GEORGIA SOUTHERN .

Brevard Co., FLORIDA. Is at the boiling point stir in the pine- tonic. Price 60c. U'V., To all Points

apple and half a package of gelatine Manter'0 hale Northwest, Via .

which ha been soaked in cold milk for DO WANT SOMETHING Falatka Tlfton, Macon (
7PaatG: G .-.A :a5a.n.: and the mixture. .YOU and by vlrta of a decree of for- Low rates to all Summer ; =:
two hours lastly egg .. UNDER*and sale Iwuwl. out fll the Circuit ceptionally Low Rate to a
In every section at once to sell staple Cook for two minutes' stirring all the Court of Hravard county, v1a1 In a certain on sale at following rates:
goods to dealers oaiuw therein1.entling. A. IMOranw -
no peddling experience:
; ; from the fire stand the
while remove '
$75.00 ; /e complainant and H. L. Will and Jennie Ten day limit Tuesday and iY
unnecessary; best side line. a i Will, hi* wife,and Ida 11. Orutxtr and herbuHband
boiler in a pan of cold water and stir title will From Falatka. $14; :
month. Salary and expenses or large An abstract showing perfect I Kilward Urulo"r.d..r"n.lao.'I| will
commission made. A<\Address, with 2 cent continually till cool. Turn Into a mold be furnished to each purchaser of 'any' all at public auction In front of the court house Twenty day limit every

stamp for sealed particulars Clifton Soap that has been rinsed In cold water and of the following lands In Brevard county: I door hours at of Mia Tltu. on rllle the, flurtda., during' th. legal Falatka, '*11I.2I\i;

and Manufacturing Company Cincinnati place In the refrigerator for three or four Right front on the north side of Main SECOND DAY Or A.UOU8T.IAVT. October 31st, every day:
Ohio. street Tltusvllle. Riparian right extend being the first MomUy ,I'r salt month to 'the Palatka, W.J5: : ; Jaokaon '
hours. to the channel and the City Wharf hlKlumt and !_'10..1<1., for cash the followlnirdmcrlbed The Scenic Route. \
Into'a porcelain-lined saucepan put a extends along the lot on the south side. real estate All that. tract of Len. Ilattleflolds Route. Full

-The Walton Rapid Calking Machine, half pint of milk, with two rounded tablespoonfuls There Is a large warehouse on the lot at lying T>nl couritr and helnjr, riorlda In the, described Town of Tltuivllla* follow, Mr-Ixt Mleeplng car reservations, i I

No. one, $5; No. two, $10; No. three $15 of butter. Stir the- milk to the bulkhead of the City Wharf which (lane of Mock (IH) sixteen an shown on true can be obtained by
Tituavillo_Fla. goes with the property,,and l.OIX feet of map of the Town of Tltii:*llle.I mini :) J.Ennuis upon III/OII: L. i
melt the butter and as soon as It bolls rentable the falluron, now on til In tha ufniw the .
property along citylaDdlDII' clerk of the Circuit; Court of aid county and G. A. McDoNALD' ,
stir in one and three-quarter cupful of Price of property Including warehouse, taM,,or .o much tu<*roi a* may I* MinVtant to G. I>. A., Macon, Oat
MEN OR well-sifted flour continuing the stirring $2,000. realua the anuuint line the complainant. principal
responsible / / Interest and ants of*ult.GKO. .
till the paste cleave from the pan and M. ROIIII1MI, YI
established house in Florida. Salary
half of land in
Four and acre the
$780 and expenses.: Position perman does not stick to the finger. Let It cool southeast.quarter a pf southeast quarterof JulJ-JuUW" K\mr.M\ Matr.' All reviewed In the new 'sporting Magazine "OUTDOORS."

ent. Reference. Enclose selfaddressedstamped for couple 'of minutes, then add the section :HO. township 21, south range ASHING I Invaluable to the salt water fisherman the fresh water fisher* s

envelope. The National' Star yolks of three eggs, two tablespoonfuls 35 east, at brims station on the S'L T. A; Notice.ID man, the grouse, quail snipe woodcock and hare shooter the
Insurance Bid Chicago. I bayblrd and wild fowl gunner, the biff game hunter the tourist ".
*? of sugar and half a pint of milk. When K. W. K'y four mile north of Tltuvllle. *- I boatman and naturalUt. Price lOcts.'
This I In the of the Court of Judicial Cir wheelman photographer
1 western part Circuit the 7th "
the paste 1* smooth add the whites of ttubscrlptlbn $1.00 per year. ,
Turnbull hammock and ha been all cult of Florida, In and for Urevard
three eggs beaten to a froth. The pineapples 1 cleared ready to be set to orange tree*. County 1807. SOR1S' New York Outdoor Publishing Co., 1370 Broadway.

should be ready peeled cut into Price $250.The .... J. n"M R -
I mall bit and boiled In Its juice for five VS. I ''-.ure of e
G.J. H ardaa, ...al. Mortgage% +
minutes. The/canned article may be southeast 'quarter of the north- appearlnK by th.worn amendment to the !
WheD y0tt west quarter of section 18, township: IT Mil of eoinplalat. In tb*.atrov..a-J thai the '
plant aecdl plant used. south range 35 east; 40 acres Onehalfof reelden'eofthedefendanlaJulia V. Wells Traveling. I"
Batter well a two-quart padding mold thin Is excellent hammock land and and rrank N. Wells, bar husband I. In Ute City ,r rAnd
of BoMton. ManmuhiMott,and there I* no par-
stew it thickly with sugar shaking. out the other half i I. muck land. It I* situated con in the Stare of Florid service of a cub.

FERRYSYOUR surplus. Put an inch of paste on within three-quarter of a mile of poem npoa whom would bind mid" defendant. West or Northwest I
Mime station and four mile north of aad that the defendants are over the age of Point-- ,
the bottom then a layer of pineapple twentT-ona iraan.. It I* tharefor. or..redha'
Tltasvllle. A very desirable property. the dafendauu. Jslla C. Wall and frank M.
Always .the best.Ter .. and so on until the dish 1* ,half full. RoM passe through' the property to the Welle, her husbands to appear at Ute Clark' Go Via: .4 1auta: toN'ashvil,1 ..
When the mold la ready; cover and placeit station. Price 200. once at TltoeTllI, flurtUa. on or before the i
: r4....,._ SECOND DAY Of,AUGUST, W 'V :: ; Oet\.1enc.: J. '
full of
In a pot half boilingwater, i .
Role to answer or
Do .. FlalY II co.. the same balnic Day. plead SsbeR..... covering the pot. Boll steadily for an hour 09 THE: ST. Z.CCIE: BIVKB: demur to tat bill of complaint a*amended Bled Buy Your Ticket via ;Y-,
And If la further ordered thai this
and a half; then take the pudding out and Lot 4, section<< 32 township 37, sooth' therein.otic*be; published. la she Iwofl.luvsa Aovo- .J.

set it in the oven without cover to browna range 41 east, containing 77 acre This OAT*. a newspaper published In rant evunty TXF-TOIV :ROUTE: u
tract bas quarter of a mile front on the' once a weak fur four ooneaautlT week. prior
little. It should be light and spongy, to the lilt Monday of-Ao UM wxtf.Wltneea vans
St. ., and lie few hundredfeet !
River a '
the Honorable John D. Broom,
Double Dally Through Train All correspondent
nearly filling the mold when done. Serve ; west of where the Florida Best Jndir of said court and &lie Mal of said court. F y'
,Jlorid.,UI lit day of July IWZ.CL. promptlyanswered and sleeping ear ,lr
FORTUNE hot with the sauce prescribed for "pine Coast R'y crosses the river. II baa a TitMTUIa ,
berth reserved.,, Will be glad to meet 11at
.LI A. A ITS:WATT.juJaai passenger 0t
Dice front and U *
L ee..the you "LdM...d Tea sxxrJLFzn: t& apple dessert.."' Price $35 per excellent'pineappleland. acre. We will not Clerk dresl8Corers depot In Jacksonville or my office, S24 West x:

::'11.r.. ; AN7,M all =..t.R r'HUratf'Fw M oil Ce Take a large ripe but perfectly sound cut this lot. Baratreet.uDrop m. a Line.1'WALTER ,
relief a Wkl&l. It wash It well and If there 'are HAWKINS is 11V1t ''f:
=:A1;: pineapple, '
.) CA.TAB' Apply or write to theROBBINS Wanted-An Ideaea XI Plus. :
OC. Agt.,
a __I .e.C dl.- imperfect leaves remove them. With ,

.Aer TmUT It s : 'l'V'g.I .n::;.a4 any a sharp thin knife cut the top of ,the A GRAHAM CO., Q .icWJ 1d25 .w'7L.- J..C. HAILE Savannah, O. P. A.Ga. Jacksonville. v, '

:rr--: .-.ren.erYYwU.,---.Isa.=,V.."LC M pine squarely off, about an Inch below Tltosvilie, Phi e.IyaN .........=: :wtl": J we ;,It

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f f i, ..f s that will 'be in Save the Fish While They Are
the given
ADVOCATE. +- and took very little or nel & Summer Goods
)' ; --+ INDIAN RIVER range this direction by our newly formed Here.* pVano Spring
for nearly two
care of.them andlIell the year woolt bicycle club. Like the bicycle itself It ,

I ','. l .A W IIIISLY JOtmflAL DKVOTKD TO TIB D..lOFMBNT save which to reimbursed clip him for tbe it is a good 'thing; therefore, :! FLA., July 20, 1807. 11

aP wears OV Arro'1'BII BI OAT IBDIAX.BaATIBOTI01IS.PUBLISHED BITE*, LAU. amount I'xpended.'and' then be lold] brethren, let us "push it alongtOUR Editor Advocate To Storekeepers Only :-" .... ...
cash." From me small space In :
---- the flock for $1,200 Dear Sir:-Allow
I VERY FBtDAT. would that sheep raisIng CAPITAL UBTTER.From 'valuable paper to express an opinion
this it seem your
0: ,Fh' I f might be followed very much about the iisblng along the East We now have a Complete Stock of the above-nam

i i'' CHA. H. ,WAl.TOi, Editor 6 Proprietor. more extensively than it is. We [ our special correspondent, ] Coa Heretofore t. the market for fish has "

have pasture lands in Brevard .. TAU.AHASSKK FLA., July 27, '97. been very limited at this season of the Gocds,vat t Low Prices.

MEMBER OF good as any In Osceola and the The census of'1807 shows a population year;consequently very little the fishing f all. was At Mosquito Nets, on frames and In the piece, fine meshes; Sand-fly Del .
,' THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION who have been among the IIheep for Florida of 465,000, of which 193,000are done before cool weather water In is low and Screen cloth; Cotton Crashes for Suits; Straw hats; Wash Cottonadea; SunmLLawps <
k ((1 negroes.The total population ol this season when the Ducks, eto We keep' ?
farms of Australia are universal! schools In the Wash goods, White good usual\]
*. .AFFILIATED WITH TUBA the cities and towns of Florida as given,, the fish are all In large, ; in shipments, !and aim to give best value for the m!
.A agreed that many parts of the eta Is 142,000, which leaves a rural population middle' of the river the fishermen, can, demand; are prompt 1IfJ,
r PTattoiial; Editorial. Atijociatlon., are equally well 'adapted to the of 33 ,OOO. This shows' that Florida sustains with their large Improved nets, take almost Liberal dealings our motto. POLLAK'
4n I and If they are allowed & CO. .
raising of mutton. What little the largest per cent of rural population the last hundreds of barrelsa ,'
Y of advta. must!be made pionally in the Union. to catch and ship '
DlHonntlnuiuioe I of state '
is'raised in this state has any but ,
mutton all week they are doing, It will be 3 34 & 36 W. Bay, St. Fla.
for as ,
writing. for1807
y'IN' at thU oflloa or by The State tax levy : ? ,
) ,. seemed of excellent 'will call on the ,
i 1 always to us state purposes Is 6} mills, divided as a short time before we
, ; this be only the result mills\ s. Fish Commissioners to stock our.
1 flavor} may follows: General revenue, 3} ; pensions U.
p, li ,y ,1. Obeok,eto., nifty he made payable to CHABL of contrast after a lengthy and un. ir mill; school tax, 1 mill; IItateboard river with fish. mesh Carriage and
t 1 H. WALTON,publisher and proprietor of healthmill.\ The total taxable The fishermen have nets with so P. E. McMURRAY
diet of our peculiar but I
changing will be about that mullet will go through, ,
for 1807 $96,000- large
... think' it will property will\ catch wagon
tasteless beef but we of net that &
to learn a
Addresa, all oommunloatlonn to 000. The levy of the 5mill tax for state have! got offish ,
compare favorably with mutton will bring in a state revenue oi', mullet that does not catch every kind
t \ ''I INDIA!?RIVER ADVOCATE, sold purposes about 10 for that swim the waters. The fish law BAKER Material!
raised elsewhere. It is at ablgh' about $528,000, less per cent thelegislature .
,i !, TrrDsvruBiTHE FWam1.. and there Is plenty of the general Insolvent delinquent list,, looks to me very plain, and certainly must
prloe there
1 t -- '. -- ---'- $32,000, making$ a total: of$475,000. The of Florida thought Dealers In. '
'i --- room for more. state licenses tax will amount to aboll'JfIOOOOt be something done for the protectionof
the law Is not Just let us live Pleasure and'Business Vehicles, Hand Carts, etc,etc.
COMMISSHtt $ which will make a grand total of fish. If Dump Carts, Saddlery
p : : r RAILROAD REVISED NOMENCLATURE: state revenue of f63 ,OOO. The poll tai up to It till It can be changed. The Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
A In regardto .
.: does not go Into the state treasury, that decision of lIon. M. S. Jones, ,
+ American of .* tax matter. catching of mullet looks to me like
The Industrial FOR OUR TOWNS. being entirely county heard related -
i to Lexington Ky., in 'comnoentln The railroad commission have Issued some of the took cases that In I- south Brevard, NewSelden
a circular setting August 20th, at Tallahassee that place The
i 1, } upon,our railroad commission, halt A recent issue of the Florid as a date for a general hearing In the days of early settlements.Brevard The .
the following pertinent and pun Citizen contains some very pertinent !- before the'commission, before adopting sentiments of the papers of of exterminating -
ent remarks to make: to the nomenclature a commission schedule of rates, etc. All county are very strongly In favor
v remarks as slow. Door
: fish but I nay go
the ,
interested will be entitled to a 'CompanJI
t : "The character of the Commission 1 I. of our towns, suggesting that parties bearing. Let us protect the flsh while we have Cypress
t ;; In Itn-favor, but the power of manhood the Con 01 a returnto, the old Indian name Ex-Governor Fleming and a party of them. ,

il; r .mission all concerned is belittling and\ $to to that the spirit of liberality would be far preferable to those I at capitalists from New York have been at H. T. CIFFODD PALAT: i.E',1 FLA.,
; 4 this week data for 7
the collecting
which, is essential to all undertakIngs present In vogue. It is certainly a
aimed at the highest$ $good of a pec matter calculated to, cause son the filing of .a proposed charter for the Excursion to Jacksonville. Opened October 1st, 1890, turned'the steam on to
the state
pie, and we now predict that aoyt.bln". 'surprise that the'nation 'which i Is catting beginning of at a ship St.'Augustine canal across, going across, and 'Best Equipped Door Sash Blin
11 subversive, the best hterests i One of the Largest
i.f .0 so narrow so and restrictive of par excellence-the most Inventive .. to Cedar,Key.. The distance will be Saturday, July 31st, via J., T. & K. ,
of state, so
liberty In Individual a enterprises, will Dot nation of the world- should not be about Ifs miles, about 83 miles havingto W. R'y. ,Tickets good: for return Monday trip on Plants in the United States
be excavated. It Is said that the proposed trains leaving Jacksonville and General Wood Working ,
long be tolerated by a state so onllgh/ I able to do1 I better .in naming Its at stations
) Agents
: syndicate will be backed by a $5,- August 2, 181)7.: $
ened and essentially American as Florid :itiee and towns ; there is scarcely! JOO.OOO capitalization. named below are authorized to sell at And with experIenced' management, (covering a past experience of situyears bt
f When man,build. a railway or another Is in almost law IntosffectAugust,5thafter named as follows on July 31st: P of our company'may confidently expect: the bill
and then has Its management a name that not repeated 'The new notary public goes rates in Cypress) the patrons
Industry, OOc
date the Park, 50cts; Peoria, ; at hands. care
1 and which From Orange material and workmanship our Our'production"will
taken out of his hands by legist" stateinthe union possible
: ; for the every' acts of a notary whose commission is Green Cove Springs, 75ets; Bostwick, Doors Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, ,Frames,_ Hothouse : ett
Is.time ei ,
'fir enactment ,it
I f I the about 50 per cent are borrowed ,more than four years old, will be null. $1; Palatka, *1; Sisco, Pomona, Como, .
; u lightened, libertylovingpeopleofaetaw fro'ra other lands, or are' names l of and void. $1.25; Huntington, Crescent City Junction "
4' : to come to the rescue.1 0( persons rendered hideous with the The attorney-general has flledan opinIon Seville, $1.50; Pierson, Eldrldge, -
And as the somewhat inebriate affix "ville'! attached. The dnl ly; with the Governor, which reverses Barberville,$1.78; DeLeon springs, Glen- MIAMI -
; Irishman said, aa be pointed, to aprinted' the Citizenwggestion.is Judge Jones' of Tltusville, in the matterof wood $1.75; Beresford, DeLand, Orange: + *
v objection we can see to Sanford,Enterprise,2.00;
of bis nightly devotlons the Fuller Fish Law. The attorney- City Junction, ,
'' copy the ja' r.breaking, un general holds that the law states In plain Osteen, $2.25; Titusville, $2.00; Paola,
I.' I hung upon the, wall, "Themwh pronouncability of some India terms what It means, and In his opinion $2.28; Sorento, Mt. Dora, Tavares, $2.50.
; ,our sentiments.' names and their extreme length will be enforced before the courts. 'These rates are authorized In connection -, Lots Now Sale !
Take the word! Kconlochhatcha for The commissioner of agriculture has with excursion from Tampa and In- Town on
J ruled that the $2 charge for analysis of termediate points on same date.
4" CONTENT STAY : HOME it would be rather a nuie regular tarIff
Instance Fertilizers will not, be enforced. The department Conductors will charge '
ance jto write .such' a name ever; now rules'' that any planter can rates for tickets sold on trains. "
: While we read of the rush for the time"a letter was dated and whit have his fertilizer analyzed free; but W. B. COFFIN, G. D. ACKEKI/T, A. E. KINGSLEY General Agent For

T 1 new Eldorado In Alaska we 'can moat of these names are curious, iamples must be of taken the department.under the fertilizer Gen'l Supt. Gen'l Pass. Agt. ,

I l sit still and thank our luclcy .star they are more grotesque thai regulations Mrs. Julia D. ,Tuttle

I ''that.we have our Eldorado always pretty. We still have some India: Take a Trip on Indian River.The -The ADVOCATE seed Is of still the giving finest grade.away: ,
with We have neither need< I left us and'among them i 1Chattahoochee free,
,' us. names with Instructions for
and some,
Call get
I t I nor desire to join the mad rush tor' it is surprIsIng e steamer St. Augustine;of the IndIan Its cultivation. CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn

: ,: the gold fields, being far better olin that in consideration of the tate< River and Bay Bisoayne Inland Nav-
"! many ways than the struggling; istablishment .at that place, the gutlon/ Co. Steamboat Line, -,,,Ill leave' Best Ink, aH l parts of the Town. Carefully Selected

of 'humanity ome has not been changed tunyyille < ritusville every Monday andThursday '
seething maSS. name Titus- and Vegetable Lands' one
{ i it 5 p. mrn. and returning, arrive at 10 Fruit
''of whom ''will return sooner or ; in accordance with pre rllle Thursday and Saturday, cpnneotlng Black or red, one pint, postpaid '
later wealthier perhaps than when eedents. As far, as our own town with the 'Jacksonville; Tampa'' & Key cents. ,W. UNDERWOOD Boseland Fla., Miiimi: River; s>tnd Bay :) isc Ylle.

y'1' they went but broken down i In Is concerned there would not be West trains In both directions. !Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.

? health and without spirit to enjo; much !advantage to be gained as Miami MIAMI FLORIDA!
I 'I their gains, while others whoa Tar as beauty is concerned by re Main Office, ,

1 name will be legion, will come back burning to the old name of Sand< I

not only poorer in health, but ale Point but some one, learned in thi FERTILIZERS
iI'',: ,t with no increase of wealth to cop Ingo of the Seminole, might translate ... CHAS. N. WELSHANS
;. I Bole them for the loss of that great Sand Point Into their language,
1 eat of all gifts Florida Is good and we should then' be In line will

I enough for us. Goldless thong he; new order of things propose*d When you, are In the market write for' nform'atlon regarding;g CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER ,

she may be,her health-giving cli jy our esteemed contemporary.AN our f ,

1 mate.fully makes up scarcity -
of the attractive meta whil AID TO GOOD ROADS. Cpna.plete: : > fertilisers-: :: ** HAIR ,

+' Per many resources though nor

:r ,, r yet fully developed, will eventually!; The formation-: of' the TitusvilL Vegetable: fruit and vino, orange tree manure, blood, bone, ,Stat\ Agen *L. & M. Paints and Oils.

;, prove faithful a veritable who have gold stood mine by her to the In Cycle Club will' prove an incentive and.potash and other brands. I Old 'Phone 8. ))0( 13 Hogan Street

adverse circumstance to; the cause of good roads. Certain JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
the face of The Armour Fertilizer Works ,
and disappointments innumerable ; spasmodic attempts'have fron ,
1 lime to time been made to improve '
tbe roads in the immediate vicin
N MISUNDERSTOOD. Ity of town; which have resulted it Chicago, .. DR. C. F. ,",

,I I -, be laying of fibre for a short die these fertilizers made having unlimited sources)
hinted Where are :DEJN'T.AL:: P. .RLORl3.
We have heard It
nay8tated into the This
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trace, country. w"s from which, to draw their supplies use nothing but the verj
; most positively and emphat; lone first rather as an experimento best materials, and there are no goods made better than oul Established 1884i: ))0( Cor. Bay and Laura Sts.t over Mrs. Keener
which -
that our of'
ioally, appeared determine the value refuse FERTILIZERS. :We solicit your orders.
I last week, ender the head. fibre as a road material and hat COMPLETE* JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.'

; II I-t t jng "Possibilities of Titusville as a successful.The to K
: proved very ARMOUR & COMPANY, For the next 30 days prices will be as follows: Gold Fillings, ll.M
written in the *
port of entry, was of the T C. C,. Full *
organization Plastic Fillings/ BOo. to *1; Alloy Fillings, $1 to $1050; Plates, $5 to $8; .
I interest of the proprietors of tbe' rill result in a concerted effort to Jacksonville. Fla. ([very best), $9 to $10. Extracting free, by a painless method, where plate oumJets uvnade.
Y Canaveral club and was inspired Increase the distance thus far cov- First-class operators and polite attendants. Gold and Continuous

r.i'.a;. v by a desire to put those gentlemen eredt and gradually connect the of Teeth made and repaired. '

upon their guard and give them outlying districts with a network .
m. .
oJ 1; time any attempt and opportunity to make to an demolish inlet in of C roads county.which Everything will be'a must credit have tothe SAVE MONEY And Buy From ** S ::eEI:: ':eeOS.1 \

.the vicinity of '''their club house a beginning and the real'' effort toImprove

Ye gods how. far will not some our roads will begin withthIs TAMEs: :8. :eO-C-eS,

people go to discover a motive in organization and will depend Wholesale and Retail Dealers In

every suggestion that is made in to a very great extent Upon its Feed Garden Seeds Flour Grits .

'It. every effort put' forth to interest access; hence It behooves all!who Grain, Hay, VSHB :HARMS
the people in matters that could are Interested-and this includes V CHICLES( ,

t y 'e not but redound to their own good very resident and property owner Meal and Cotton Seed Meal. .

) if they would only summon ,up In, the neighborhood-to aid and And
1 ;a i sufficient energy to. try to help abet the club in the furtherance Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless to man or Bicycles.

4 ; themselves. We can, however afford the laudable intention with which beast. Onlr. sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations. f

{ ,to disregard such insinuations It has been formed. The initial Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -argest Stock and Lowest Prices in the South

A although it isr of course annoying letters: of the club's name have afforded -<---- ..... Correspondence solicited. Agents for Victor Barnes and Carlisle \Vh el-!
to have such deplorably "small" the wags of the ''community
;' motives )imputed to us. Our ""
conacta recti," however will carry them into "Turn Corners Contln- E. B. Williams ,& Cor -a

us over this columny as it has ausly." This, at present,"U a very IT.'S. Department of AgricultureWeather Pineapple, Orange and LeDlOI

done over many another in the approprIate transformation but itwill Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants. Bureau Jupiter, Fla.- Land For Sale Cheap.
past, and we feel sure that the not be long before the necesty ....Wholesale, e ... -, -

.a. gentleman, who is responsible forth sIt of turning corners continuously ATLANTA GA. The following$ Is a comparative 'state I have for sale 80 acres of pineaplt
statementwill when he knowsus 65 South Broad St., ment of temperature and rainfall for the miles below \
will be obviated by the miles of land on St. Lucie river, a few
better be the first to acknowl be Domctytie Fruit's. week ending: Tuesday July 27, 1897. northesd
country roads, which will rendered Foreign ,Dud : -1897- -1890I Eden 40 of which being
edge his mistake.FLORIDA traversable for bicycles bytbe >>> :. 'MAX. iinr. MAX. tint. quarter of northeast quarter of secdee

e 1 united work of the members ofthe 'KGKTABLES t FRUITS .. .. 21 86 78 85 78 18, township 38, south of range 41 eaat Tf;
( FOR"-SHEEP. I club, aided by all who take anInterett String Beans. a orange1. 22 Sd J 77 85 78 the other 40::is the northeast, section Jl"1?..
23 8S 74 86 74 of
In the future welfare oftbelr of southeast quarter .
Cauliflower. Bananas eaat.
87 76 86 76 of 41
south range
That'tbere is large profit In country. .. Okra-Celery. Grape Fruit, -25 88 77 8tt 74 township The above 38,land can be bought for tit.

j beep raising has been abundantly We have borne with our sandy Cucumbers.. Limes Lemons.Toma&0e8. 29 87 78 86 77 per acre. It Is suitable for plneappllt
roved little attention is roads long enough and the advent 27 88 76 87 77 orange; lemon or lime growing. w i
t ; f yet very Beets, Cabbage, Peaches of 40 W"*...
Total rainfall for the week: 0.10 Inches Will be sold In lots
paid to this branch of farming of the bicycle has rendered their Squash a Pineapples, \- worth v
Strawberries Departure from normal rainfall for the cash This land will soon be
:' tile state: We learn from an ex- provement absolutely necessary New Potatoes. week: minus 0.94 Inches. Departure acre. "
bange that "J. M. Bryan, of Os- and L we would be delaying the. Innltable Egg Plant Grapes Coeoanuts.RXrKRKXOKft from normal rainfall since January I, per Apply to C. H. Walton A.DVOC

.. eoja county, purchased a flock of I ; march of civilization if W8failed Asparagus.: ) .-Third National'T Bank.AUaata.O..; too.. ..Joanne" Candy Mfg Atlanta, plus 13.47 Inches. offlc ; or to Robbins Graham TI.r:
abeep, ,for $350, put.them on theo to lend, a helping hand to I IJa.1 Armour Packing Co-,Atlanta Oa. O. .M.Taylor W.a. Punoan*Co.,Atlanta,Ga. J. W. CBOSX, Observer. villa7


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INDIAN KIVKR ADVOCATE. JULY 30. '18$?. -. e ... 5

Melbourne.- .FERTILIZE R S. '

GOODS A QOot>KRel Estate and IXMUI*.
Agent for ,Etna: London and Liverpool and ,
and Imperial Fire Iniuranoe.Special m B n MM
attention paid to the interau of son-re.1-

Beautifully situated on a high bluff overlooking 'm
;the Indian River. Flnt-olau aeoommodattonB !I
,and rates...,,,..m.ble.
K. ROBERTSON Proprietor.

WHEN YOU 00 TO MELBOURNE call at the [1111 i] : fIi

Basaar., Mrs.Notions Chat, Dry J. F.Ooorts Campbell Ladle& Co.ready-, MIIhoary. ..Pi.n.sappls' $4 GrO\ATsrs.. ,'

made anti woven Underwear,Ferris' Renowned -
6 Comet,etc.,embroidery and colored allka, j .
souvenir spoons, Stationery etc., i .4.11 .A.rO'U.21C1. Fcr'tl.1:1.zcr: : : F1 ":

'-1 ; Price $25.00.GUARANTEED Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to t

Miss Helen Allen left; here last week,
POWDERAbsolutely for a visit to her old home in England. t ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you we can .save you money.

The steamer Spartan of Eauj i! Moisture.................................., ........ .. ..,., ,.......;. ...... ft to in STEAMED BONE RAW BONE- '
Gallie ; ,
Pure. took Ammonia....... ................... ............... .... .... ... ......... ...... n to HEIIIIH I. III
a pleasure party up the Banana E-I ; hi Sulphate of Ammonia...,... .............. ............... ........... SO to :3A BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE i.
United for Its great leavening utremrth.healthfnlneM. river, last Sunday.Dr. : Available Phoa bode Acid .. ..... ................ 5 to 6' .
Kqual<: to Bone Fhnephate of Lie..e.tt.. .................... Htrfl.1Potanh DISSOLVED NITRATE OF SODA
. of insures adulteration the food common against to C. II. Stewart returned Monday, K2: O....................... ...........,'..... ......... ... .......... 5 to S BONE. ,
I and I all forms from Seabreeze, where he has been enjoying : .,,........;...,... ... ....::.::....:,........ 9tolB SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS f
>eap brand .a visit with his Iuag0eeiaLimeSodaetc... ..... .: ............ .. .......... ......... ..... I III Wee E-I
BAKING POWDER CO.. New York. family. [E-I '
jTAt Dr. II. D. Brown went to Daytona I Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, ,,,
last ,
again Saturday, and returned Mon- I Mixtures compounded with at low f
KIT Special machinery very '!
day, bringing home Mrs. Brown and the .
est Palm Beach. *
baby. H I prices.

-,' Miss May Valentine of Plantation
s. A. S. Lamond left Monday morn- Tillman, spent,last Banyan Sunday with .I Please Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Sond for

[for a visit to relatives, in, Michigan. her friend, Mrs. Comstook., at the Idyle ; Pamphlet. f"LI
t Is once more a lonely grass wld- cottage. -1 4

The Y. P. P. Club will bo entertainedby : LITTLE BROS. 'FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. .
(ill H. Russell has been appointed the Misses Annie and Jessie Ooode at JII
Assessor to fill the unexpired term their home, on Fountain Heights next ;

s.clent Elliott.officer.Mr. Russell will< .make Tuesday evening, from 7:30: to 10:30.J. : i :Jacksor: ville, -Florld-si.: : '

II. Phillips la having a big lot of
| W. Idner has gone to Miami[ to open pineapple plants set out on his East
1 branch business. Mr. Idner. Is a Melbourne plantation. He is a wise coat of and Improve
building a new paint, Eau
Iler and will probably get his share man, and knows the best crop to plantto the house and grounds. I Gallie. G. G SPRINGER .
pe business wherever he may go. raise money. .
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Starck were guests I
;In F. Curry was the purchaser of'aPS J. A. Gilbert, of Eau Gallie- was 'a of Joseph Schwab, Sunday. Did you see the eclipse yesterday ? .t
Crawford bicycle from M. E. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Campbell, Warm weather but cool winds. '
erlalt week. Mr. Curry shipped last week, and was present to join the Mrs. Geo. Bell, of Melbo\1meic is visitIng Manufacturer, Retailer. and Shipper Of
i Key West. Wonder who the luckyIs Glee Club In song much to the delightof Miss Marie Mrs.John A. Smith visited Cocoa on

his Melbourne: friends. C. W. Bolton goes to Palm Beach next Monday.Geo. .

bo. Fowler, who has been acting asjnecr Miss Mollie Kavanaugh, who has been week to attend a Masonlo meeting. Houston Is building a dwelling I AND

on the steamer Eclipse\ while spending a few weeks at Hotel Carleton, Mr. Sexton,'from'Kausas, arrived last on his lot.Porson flOE "

flag in the pineapple business on left last Tuesday morning for Nashville week, and Is visiting his cousin, Oeo. W. Pnildlaon ran up to Titusvllle
pit. Lucle river this season, Is back and other points of' Interest. She waa' Washburn. on Tuesday. M'(,,
pwn again. accompanied as far as Jacksonville by
to. Miss Lillie Robertson. Miss K, has left Albert Carroll Eddie Arnald and Wal- Dr. Holmes "'Mllero Tuesday, attendIng -
S. Adams, manager of the Cityt many friends in Melbourne. ter Starch made a trip to the ocean Mrs. W. K. Roesob. Distilled Water :
Market, left last Thursday for. Ar- beach, Sunday ,
I, to be gone about a week. D. W.ran Tbe many friends of Howell D. Smith Rev. Mr. Lowdor preached tn tile -
', of Miami, takes his place on Indian River will be pleased to learn E. B. Arnold has planted out a fine Methodist. congregation last Sunday.Mrs. Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers' and Water Coolers. 4
|ng his absence. that he Is Improving in health, after his plot of pineapple slips near .the depot. G. JI'. Ensey and Master Ensoy ,

s. E. E.'Geer left on Monday morn- late Illness, and longs to be back hi Mel- The slips came.from Jensen. were,visiting friends In town last week '
bourne, as he has found Tennessee very II. C. Starck has resigned his positionas JPACTOllIESCocoa
train for visit In The
a Michigan. her
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Mrs. A. R.
Hodgson and
t. Is still busy getting CommaClarke's hot during his Illness and often wished teacher of the Sunday bible class, and West Palm Beach.
very for the cool breezes of Indian River.R. Rev. C. L. Ilowell was appointed In his friends last Saturday, at) a birthday

k yacht in proper shape forwinter's a' party. -- .u _ _____ .. _- ___ __ .. _---'
[ use. business trip to place .
I Eau Gallie, last wnek. While' there he W. D. Wells formerly of this place Mrs. Carter of Reams, Is visiting her
lessor H. Happersette of a Chester Is bicycle now ,the purchased happy stopped at Hotel Granada where he says and Grant, who, left here for Missouri! parents Tropic, )[r. and Mrs. S. Jones, at SEEDS I SEEDS !II! For Fall Planting..

I. E. Gruber. Sam he lives tooo some very pleasant people are spending three months ago, has lately gone to '
says the If people only knew what "' Mr.; Steven of the F. E. C. audl.tor's
summer. Francisco enlisted in the U. S. IVy.
walk it three times a day, and heat BEA rS-Reruiree, Imp., M.75\ per bus. Itofnn 1000 to 1. fi.T5 per bus.I Valentine\ .7 per tiu.I j'
afford to miss a meal. comfortable hotels are open. all summeron navy. He was drafted to go on the war- office, was here over Sunday, on muckBEKT Wax, *J.nu iwr but. .>ldan V tx'. es.50 per DIM., W.rO-ell'i kidney,'a.OII per buabol.
Indian River I am sure1 they would ship Bannlngton, and sailed on the 10th official business. <: -All "ar(..U..III1o on,I IGW. "net pound. ,
I H. Happersette and family are now gladly spend their summers here insteadof ''nst. for Honolulu." ()A InIAnIA-HI&nh.rd varieties, Inti.iCKLKUV .., s: .oo per pound' FlorldaHeadrmoos. \ .', pfperlb.
Good heavy rains last Sunday and ",,Olant, faiwhall, Mexican Salk, Savannah Market Goliloiti eIft1lellObInll' .
coiled in one of the roomy cottages going farther north.. Bol Tuesday cisterns and rain-barrels filledto ', White Plume' llto.i <>.. H.'M: ... lb. i
\Ii of town the old Barkln'a A party, composed of Mrs.\ C. W. ; LK'M'UCJG-'IIrlttd beacon,
near Wnipnon ralibnge Early\: Prime Heart, llaniinn, New+York, Bug
fronting on the lake.' This is a Alaska Alaska, is the word In every ton, Mrs. Sarah Bolton, Misses Vlrglline overflowing.Mrs. ItoHttm Sah.'an..r.lJttayer. Market,California tir.ato liki at,,(liu: tier, Ib.i, l'rl' and Loii.
I mouth these days, and many talk of goIng Carroll, Jean Howell and Bessie Wells II. D. and lb.TWtNIIBWhlu.lrIatDutchlurleTop
location cool quiet and plenty ofr' J. Smith daughter, ,
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Dutch White
there but do they to think Gliilw. Purple Top OlobeiWhlte,
; stop will to the Harris on the .
go cottage Maud took advantage of the excursion Kirn "He" veil Top Cow: Horn do. u*., I no. \t lb. :III".par lb.
what a long, hard and dangerous trip It beach some time this week and spend .a Wednesday to Miami. RIITA IIAIIA-lml.mY.1 Anel'lran.Ik,.515,/150..lb.leo.perlb.A } / .
mmodore Clarke's fine yacht, "Thea" would be. We hear of those who makea week there enjoying the surf bathing full line of all liardon and SleiI. H ed.on bai.U. Florida Mid I (laorel" 1135 and Hint Proof "
which has been cut in two, and fortune but not of the many who.are camp life, boating, eto. No men are to Messrs.;. Charles and Schwarcman, of OaU Write for prloe and price Hit to
kvlng twenty feet inserted, makingthat unfortunate. Some men make their be of the party, but they will go over Jacksonville, and John Wynn, of Tropic, .i.. CAMERON Seedsman, ...
much longer and more roomy, thousands in a short time, while the and spend Sunday with the ladles to see were In town this week. 125 East Bay.St.. JACKSONVILLE. Ft.A.

VogresBlng rapidly under the able great majority sink every cent they can that none of them fish on the Sabbath or The steamer Spartan took a large ___ ___..... ""__ _u ___.._ _.._ _. .. _. -4
Itmanship of of Tony Rose. get hold of, receiving nothing in return. otherwise desecrate the day. We are party from hero and from Melbourne,

Ir. M. E. Gruber expects to leaves R. Conkllng' of Tillman, had a satisfied that these ladles will greatly Cocoa Beach, last Sunday, where a pleas
about the 1st of August.for a trip thoroughly enjoyable meeting of his enjoy their outing; we will give details ant day was spent The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.

North; Carolina on a visit ,to his singing class at the M. E. Church last later. __________ Capt. McIntyre has allaln\ her. Mrs. Gruber will go at thee Friday evening. The programme embraced lumber and other building material of the steamer Courtenay vice
| time to Titusville. to visit her a fine selection of songs Mr*. Buy direct from the Builders' SupplyCo. Capt. Lovelnoe, who leaves for Green XD. S'LJ':JL>> Cs O W", Gs-oa: \ nxi: gor.

her during Mr. Gruber's absence. R. A. Conkling's song "The Old Door ., St. Augustine, and save the lumber- Cove Springs, where he will join Mrs. (LATE CHAPMAN A: SUDLOW.)
F. Haines has Step," was fine, the class joining her in yard man's commission Lovelace and proceed to New York
a sample carry-cycle,
Ich Is a fine piece of mechanism. Ae the chorus. Mr. Conkling has friends won the where they will spend the balance of the South Jacksonville, Florida.
wishes of his by
| wicker arm chair Is arranged over food to MANUFACTURER OF '" r
love of teaching muslo Seabreeze.The ,
1 two front wheels, and the bicycle
those who wished to learn, and he mast
I used by the person propelling same, feel of his class, by the good slngtng Roseland.
proud FERTILIZERS For and
I the is last Satur- Pineapples Oranges
over rear whet It a very done last Friday, which was proof of usual dance took: place -
fortable and is far ahead of and ,
vehicle day night at the Seaside Inn, was
his good teaching. 10(;. and Mrs D. Cain are visiting their
|old-fashioned.., roller chair, pushed by largely attended. daughter, Mrs. E. M. Stokos,-atNoodley. -- ;-Vegetables s and Dealers In Every Kind of Raw Material

Sam Walts, of DeLand, Is one of the I returned ,
C. Jester,. with his wife and two Sebastian. popular boys on the beach, and is in Mrs. L. C, Moore from a several
days' visit to Melbourne, the early Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dost Kanit Etc. Also
daughters, left here last Friday, much demand by the fair sex. of the week. .

Ite aytona, where they will probably S. Pitching Is preparing land for Jere S. Smith, 'wife and children, of part The J1"a.D:1O'U.: : : & :EEa.rd.-T'J.D:1c: : Z3r4and:

permanently, Mr. Jester moved pines. Jacksonville, were among the excursion Most of the pineapples bave been shipped Ammonia. ....'...... . . .. to ft percent i
iythlng, which is a good evidence he ists who spent a few hours on the ocean from here the only'ones giving pay Available Phos.' Acltl..,. . .6 to H per cent J J or $20.00 Per Ton
I I!gone to stay. We are sorry tn lose Rev. 'W. A. Louder held services at beach last Sunday. log returns being those sent to Florida Potash K 0. . . . . .6 I to 7 per cent )
Jester and his estimable family from points. .
midst. Eau Gallie on Sunday. Percy G. Walton, of the ADVOCATE, Highest Commercial Value !given our brands 'In tile last Bulletin. Write for .
R. G. Hardee will make a business trip after a pleasant stay of several days at A representative: of tHe Florida Citizen Prices. Orders for a: tons and upwards for our brands will be delivered free .f all
to Jacksonville, Aug. 4th. the Ocean Beach House, returned home visited Roseland In the Interest of his i freight charges to any railroad depot on the East Coast at catalogue prices until
ID YOUR VEGETABLES and fruitE. paper. He bad been informed that by farther notice. '
B. Williams & Co., wholesale! Paul Kroegel is building a new skip to Titusville on Tuesday. coming up the track from Sebastian that. .
nit and produce merchants, 65 South jack for.R. A. Hardee A; Co. Schools of porpoise can be seen everyday after going about a mile be would find

road street, Atlanta, Ga. See their Fire-fishing Is a favorite pastime with 1n the ocean quite close to shore houses all along the track. As the.only
Ivt. on page 4. the boys these dark nights. disporting in the water, for their own houses near tbe track are a shed over
amusement and that, of the people oo the tank, the pump bouse, freight/ shed Fred'k. S. Morsex.
Murray Hall Is preparing land to put shore. and postofllce, we fear that he found .
in a large crop of beans this winter. dull.
Banyan. Mrs. Porter, and her son and daughter- soliciting. .
Cot Burkhelm and S. L. Jacobs, of in-law" Mr. and Mrs. Mo. F. Porter, are

.-/ the ADVOCATE a year, and you Jacksonville! were In town Tuesday. still In their charming tbe little cottage on WANTED to FAITHFUL travel for' responsible MEN OR :eE:.. .L ESTATE: :: ,
| never be without it. Mr. and Mrs. S. Bitching left on the the beach enjoying many pleasures
In Florida. Salary
established house
of the seaside.
for Cocoa.A .
he mosquitoes have come again, after .St.. Augustine Wednesday, $780 and expenses. Position permanent. MI13MI, :J.a.Clo Oo.. OE1J.A.: : '
|ng us a rest of a few weeks. service of song was held at HappyDale The card party at the casino on Tuesday .. Reference. Enclose self-addressed
Sunday night, and was quite .a night/ was well attended by guests of stamped envelope. The National, Star
W. Scott is still selling melons. Be treat. tbe hotels and others. Progressive euchre Insurance Bldg., Chicago. AGENT FOR LANDS OF..
a good crop of them this year was Indulged in, and a very enjoy- .
Dubois Park cut a fearful gash In his ------ ----- -- -
ork able time was spent --- Florida East Coast Railway Company, +
will the addition to
[ begin on
Ililliard's house in I'few!! days. foot bottle.! Tuesday, by stepping on a broken J. R. Parramore returned home to San- NEW YORK Florida Coast
e881'S. Ben and Charles Collier were 4 ford Saturday last, after a stay of Mveral Boston A Fjorlda} Allan tlo Coast'Land Company. r.
There will be a Longfellow social at weeks on the beach at the Ocean Beach

anyan last Monday, on business.O. the residence of B. jf Hardesty this House. Ills wife and family expect to ..- -- -.-- -... -- --. -.. r-- -. --- ---. ___ M--- i
F. Ensey and four children, of (Friday) night. remain)a month or so longer, as they are TAILORING CO.
pic, came to church last Sunday.C. delighted with Seabreeze Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor si Cotton States sod International -position,
up Jan. A. Hudson has tbe lumber on Atlanta la... IMM .. t
> Converse, of Bahla, was In' BanI ground to build a dining room and kit- )fr. and Mrs. Harry Morris, of Daytona
I one day last week, hunting men. to chen to his residence. who have been enjoying a stay on '
[k. H O. B. Hall has several men at work tbe beach of a week or more, returned POPULAR PRICE TAILORS.We THE G. H. HAMMOND COMPANY
home the first of the week. Miss Ruth
and his
land putting4 orange
Ir. Humphrey and family, of IndianI clearing lady of De- ,
Bond, a fascinating :young
I called on Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Field-, grove and pinery in first-class condition. Land, and a sister of Mr. Morris. was
odday last. W. C. Braddock Is always well to the also with them. Carry tie Largest andComplete

rough the kindness of our Haw- front la the Improving line. lie has The excursion train from Jacksonvilleand PORK AND BEEF PRODDCTS.
fence around his ..
rue friends, we are feasting on pears just completed a neat other points on Sunday last brought Most Line
finest quality this week sCapt. number of people who spent the Ill.
a large Hammond Ind., South Oroahs Nob.. Chicago,
here will be good crop of guavas In Mosely has treated R. A..coat Hardee of short time they had at their disposal in of! Suitings and Trouserings Salesrooms, 234 West Bay St., Thos. W, Dunk, Manager Jacksonville FI_._
vicinity, consequently jelly andt A; Co's. fish house to a generous driving, wheeling! and surf-bathing on
pickles will be plentiful. whitewash, which Is quite an Improve the beach etc. Tbe.hotels were taxedto '
ment. their uttermost to eater to their wants. Markets Advancing Rapidly on Lards, Hams and BellIes.
Ir. in the State.
and Mrs. F. A. Houston, of Bo- ...? .
f, spent several days In Banyan lastk Capt.JL A. Dardee Is having cleared Re-. W. C. Barnes,of Melbourne, gave
| the guests of Mrs. McMillan. and grubbed all his land east of thecounty his first lecture at the casino on Monday Write: use nor :Jr1oe .

road, and will plant H In pines night tbe subject for that occassloa be- Order $16 .. _. .. _. .
ev. Mr. Tresca In- tad $20 -
preached a very and vegetables. log Ceylon, which was Illustrated by Salts to --- -- -- -- --
ting sermon In the Banyan school beautiful stereopticon -lews. Owing to .
>e, last Sunday morning. He willh the threatening aspectTof the elements Trousers to Order $4 and $s JOB :PJtEN'nNC: ( I

again on the third Sunday In Malabar. there was bat .a fair boas, but those .., .
ust, at 10:00 Come friends, Sample sent by malL .
a m. who were present wee loud In their f \ '"
hear him. It will do you good. praise of the entertainment. Mr. Barnes OF ALL KINDSPJIINTINO 'I" i .
The orange/ trees hold their fruit wen, will probably give other lectors this NEW YORK TAILORING COMPANY, .)". .
Executed at tbeADVOCATE A .I :, .' .. {.1
and it Is rapidly maturing. week on India, and large audiences' S
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school wffl predicted, as the lecture. are both Interesting !"
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;I,, .',.t,," ". TUB MEDICINAL, VAIAJB. OF'I It .CAREER OF KOREA'S KINO. MALLOHY STEAMSHIP* LINE. "The florida (jentral[ & peninsular R'Sllol"

Now York.
Florida, 0.0(1. 0.11.
Florida Nortr'ern
B* Baa BMI KMMrf" *a>4 Pepn...,aaWIHI Philadelphia and Boston. Lioe between Poln
:, Qa.. Columbia. WaShlngto
j life Mwror Iek. MplM. froBn..ko 0.., dlroot to :Hew York. 'tfmo Philadelphia New York Boston and the
SaUla ,
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The king of Korea is not; a happy
Fresh ripe fruits are excellent for purifying PABSBMGKB 8EBTICEnvllle Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Lonliville, nand
the tact that hi oonn rrbears' Cumbflrlaod Router
man. aDd
& P.
r. O. B1.1.
the blood and toning up the system. the poetic and toothing name of L"Via JaokllODYille 8.15 L.. arern'Ddlna Bunday. ..30 P ml /UlJron..lolt Evereft'Birmlnghain, Holly: SprlnRS, Memphis, Little Rock ffansag cit

As gpeoiao remedies, orange are Land of the : Calm hi* 11.80 p m. Dail1 eaoep and 80. By. ;L" JaokllOn. Sioux City. ,,
"The Morning Via Everett.air raill"r. C.& P. By.. L Cblcago, rJ
ap rlent., Sour oranges are highly recommended existence for the put 15 or 90 :year ha ..00 p ro 1 Ar Brunswick lio pallowed .. Dal11. Passengers UKlv r JunctloD. Pensaoola, Mobile, New Orleans Texas, \ exco'
for rb umatlsm. on board for.upper Thursday Pacific Coast. Effective May 1O, 18O7.
and the
been exciting. It ban bera a oomtiaoed
Lemon for feverish thirst In sickness, New York Kzpres*No. 38 |l.aYe
round of sanguinary: palace, revolution; PROpOSED BAILINGS TllleSrlS a. m., daily, with & J"
for biliousness low fevers, rheumatism, Bmn..ok. Sleeper for !W
LY. Savannah. Colnmhi
relative and
of assassinations of dignitaries LT.Wew York,Pier 2. B.B.,Saop.m., (Standard Time.) Baltimore,

oolds, cough\ liver complaints'', etc. on the staff of thU oriental moo- J'rtday. Jul,. I...........................,STATE OF'TEXAS....................................... E'l'l**' JS'/iS. Eastern point Philadelphia Connect, New for York, .
... ... .. .
the membrane .... ............ RIO GRANDK SSSil1 Jzs 'Arrive' Jackson villa 8:30
Pineapple juice cut without .rlday. 01011 8. ...... : p.m.
arch, of plot and coo piraolel I- .V..8TATKOir.TICXA9: .................. OSS.
.8..... ....;.......
from the throat .of a dipthoria patient number and above all, of more or lea* .rrlday.rlda,.,, .July JulJ 23.......J...................... .COLORADO BIO GUNDII......'....................................'...........Friday..rlday.,.Aug.B Jacksonville New York TOO Fait m. Mall dallv. N.for',.*' *
Friday, July p.
else will. uooesaful to kidnap hit own
when nothing attempt to
*. tetlJ .teI..appl, to a01 railroad ageot ern points. Carries through Sleepenjj*
Watermelon for epilepsy: and fox yellow' acred. person. For poera1loCormaUOD..Uamers"gK DoA VUC8,AC'OC,i20 W.IIaJ 8&..JaoUoo"llle. :10a.m.aW York. *** aMTlT. Jsctan,

fever., The different; and conflicting political H. H.RAYMOND,General Southern Agent,Brunswick.: Oa. Y. ...,..>. .
faction of lb\t ftnunirjFrf\ have. MOb O.H.MALLORTT,General Agent,Pier 20,B.River,and 8B3 Broadway,N. -
useful. food for those
:Bananas are a Cincinnati and Jackson1" .
kidnaped him in turn.: So, too, hare No 31.
Jacksonville 7-00 via ...
from chronlo diarrhoea. .. pm. ;E"e tt, .c:
altering the Chinese,' the Japanese and the :Busdan *- lanta, Chattanooga Connect for

I'tgsare aperient and wbol aome. They *. The latter have. had him<< sometime Nashville and western st Lotus, Chicago and 111
points. Returning
sure said to be valuable as a food for those ; past In heir possession, a privileged Jacksonville 8.10 a. m. tralu

suffering from cancer; they are used externally prisoner at the Muscovite legation. __ IAlb.ll1e

: as well as internally. According to dkrpatohe*, some at hi,* Route. Throuph'; Pall
Car..", Ioe for ClDcloo.tt "I.8&.
Blackberries as a tonic. Useful in all own subject*J ave .-uiJybeeD endearroring bla.Asbeyl1l.. Hot Bprlnlt8.
forms of diarrhoea.I to recover possession of hint and tbe (Jelebrated Mountao Coun'". or
restore him to hi* royal' palace. Carolina. Leaye. Jaouoll"m. TOO ..
. .Apple are useful In nervous dyspepsia; ; 7.40 m. lIetUroI
medicinal and vital He i* a weak and vacillating man, influenced Jacksonville 9:10 a .II. c
they: are nutritious, entirely by the persona who

king; they aid digestion, clear the voice, happen to be with him for the time being. "

correct the acidity of the stomach, are During hi* long minority; he was Only tin. Through the eallilal
Country of Middle "orlda.
valuable in rheumatism, Insomnia,1, and dominated by; hi* father a wicked old Esoambla Bay, Leave JlU"klOnmi l'eD:::'.

liver troubles. An apple contain as prince, who tortured and killed missionaries Vap 01 0.. for Tallahassee Lake City,River!, Live Junction Oak. Madison,Peniuux..

much nutriment as a potato, In a pleasanter and who by his)savage and reaotionary FLORIDA CENTRAL :New Orleans and the sonthwert Meil. ,)
policy forced the foreign fornia and the Paoiflo Coast. Cant.rENlflSUUI Bu.
and more wholesome form. : ; upon a..d'. No. arrives Jacksonville 1:11II.: .m.
Grapes dilute' thick blood, send,, the power* the first opening of the country.; R.R. :;
He baa put to death thousand of person and C nnlctlon.. -
circulation to the surface, remove obstruction UY_
ha himself twice been kidnaped X-"esJaok.ooYl11e9.IIam.for81arto,>
from .liver, and lungs, and "'. rf' thorne.Silver SprlnR,Ocala, GalnMiUk
and deported, and on one oooaeion alt ...... Key, Wlldwood Leesburg, Tavare ri
,bring the stomach to a healthy: condition. most; succumbed to determined attempt ---... ... -..... .... Orlando, Laoooohee, Dade Cttr.. PluT

Tie plant 1 I. wholesome and aperient, to blow him up with gunpowder. It 1* Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville 4::16 p.m.
Pullman Sleeper Via Everett, Macon
to. excellent for rheumatism! sufferers, he who 1* supposed to be at the head of NASHVILLE'. Leave ROUTE Jacksonville-Through 1.00r'm., arrive Nashville. 7.00 next p. m. Lea.AtJaalr.Ch.t..oog. Ku.

and useful for purifying the blood. the''present conspiracy; to kidnap the 9.00a.m.! arrive Jacksonville 8:10 a. m.
; Cumberland:: Boute
8.15.Lea..e Jacksonville for..Brunswick by steamer! nit
hi* son from the Russian legation. "
king ,
< Onions are almost the best nervineknown. her\aDd Sound. *
'useful Incases A* long a* the monarch remain >&: } i No medicine Is so, the P. M.-Local for Tallahassee and intermediate points. Arnve Jacksonville f::16p.a9i4O
the of the czar's
of prostration and there under eye: envoy P. M.-For Tampa and Intermediate point Pullman sleeper Arrive Jacksonvirit!,
nervous latter'*influence I*predominant, wherea Through Sleepers for Cincinnati.via Ashevllle,leave.Jacksonville at ".00 p, m., arrtravllle
I* nothing else that will so quickly ,relieve ,arrives Cincinnati 7.40 a. m,
fl \ that of the prince is of course, nIL 1.48 p.m. .
For Macon Atlanta,two Trains Dan,. Leave Jacksonville 8:15 a. m.and.1::00 p.m.
if" and tone up a worn-out system.; The clroumstanoes under which the tr SUMMER RATES to Excursion!'ololn effect June '.&.

1// : Onions are useful all oases of cough, king waa conveyed to hi* present quarter Pullman Sleepers for Best on Indexed all Night Township Trains. Map Parlor of can Florida between to Jacksonville Tamtu.
oolds, and Influenza; In consumption, were sufficiently dramatic even to TIME LOW RATES I IFinest N. 6. PENN1NOTON A. O. MACDONELL,
thoM inured to the sudden General
';\,' tasomnla, hydrophobia, scurvy gravel, satisfy: up Traffic Manager. Passenger
Eaten and down. of oriental government. The
kindred liver complaints.
if Serrloe. Transfer between Jacksonville and New Tork.
and No
king wa* at the time entirely; under the Calslne
:!. very day: they: soon have a clearing and The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome:New Steel Steamer t'J'Comancne"
of !
influence of hi*wife,,a woman extraordinary '
whitening effect on the complexion. of character and who Florida East Coast Ry
i ; strength "Semlnole.1
A from asthma. "Algonquin "Iroquois "Cherokee
Carrots for sufferers had distinguished herself by her pftnonnoed '> ; ,

Celery: I II valuable as a food for those opposition to the control the TlH_ TaiM _.. .-Covrratwl .. Jon.* ., 1S9T.

offering from any: form of rheumatism, Japanese at one time exercised: over her North-Bound. .

ji t l1 .for disease* of the nerves, and nervous hu band and 1 hi* kingdom. Seeing their From JACKSONVILLE' Steamers VLA.,are(calling appointed. at Charleston to sail according), 8undaysTaesdaysandthnrsdayiFrom to the tide. ,SO'UTJllWVND (:B.d Dwa). NORTH BOUKD: (Uottirp).

dyspepsia. 'I t the cause thereof to the queen a For hour of sailing see"Clyde. Line"Schedule,or Jacksonville and Charleston dally paper ...Ja 'owrlll. .,.. ilua
\ especially
l are
Peanut for Indigestion they -.tv
; .. :
revolution wa organized by the .. t. AacHstine ... TiXuTrain.
recommended for corpulent diabetes. palace South-Bound. ...St. AnrusMne.... ..Arew
I wholesome mikado'* envoy.; The royal; abode wa I to sail from Pier 29,East River,New Tork,!at 3 p. m., as follows s ,..,.. HMtlBK*. ,
PeanuU made Into a Steamers are :
are .
BfcHt J .
invaded in the middle of the night by; For CHARLESTON,S.Cy Mondays Wednesdays. and FridayiFor liiBlJul. .
and nutritious soup, are browned :,FLA.,(calling Charleston), Mondays, Wednesday* and :Fridayi.
.a band of aimimMnil,, among whom were JACKSONVILLE aik*.... ti
and used as coffee, are eaten* a relish, recognized Japanese officials,' soldier .San Mateo... : :
Clyde Ne'w'ngland and Southern Lines, (Freight only.) ban Uat.o>. .Ar, CUp
simply baked, or are prepared and served and colonist The king wa seized, ..C.-nowi.... .Ar. SMvSBVp>
a* salted almonds. while the qu"en was literally hacked to (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) .Daytona..

Tomatoes are a. powerful aperient for piece In' the' courtyard, ,two of hex: STEAMERS "DELAWARE," AND "ONEIDA" ............ ,_ Umyrua... SlOp
niece and favorite companion being are appointed to sail as follows t ..... ... OakHiU. ...
the liver, a sovereign remedy: for dyspepo ; In the From foot of Hogan Street,Jacksonville, From Lewis' Wharf Boston' 00.... ...TltuBvtU.
/IJ,' burned alive"on the same spot FRIDAYS. _,
ria and THURSDAYS. ...... ...Oity Point
Indigestion. midst of all the turmoil a party of Russian ...... Cocoa win,
Watercress I II a remedy: for scurvy. soldier the scene ...... RoaklHdKOBanUalfl. 120Tp
appeared upon it ... llliHUli
Asparagus I* used to Induce periplraUon. and kidnaping the king carried him Clyde's St. 'J.lve.r L ine. ...... n

...... ....Vnlhnnrne.RoaalanJ.
off to the Russian legation, where he
...... ......'
Spinach I* useful to those suffering ha* since remained a prJ ouer. (DK BART LIME) ...... Sebastian loasae7a
Korea's independence would long Jacksonville,Palatka, Sanford,Enterprise,Fla.and Intermediate landing on the St.John's 1Uvei -..... ......St. Lnole.......
with gravel. ...... Fort Pierce.,..,
for disorder and since, have been .destroyed: had it not ...... ... Bd.o. ,"
Turnip nervous been for the Jealonsie* that prevailamong "WEL'.A.K.A." ...... ...... TenMn ..I *
curvy. .* SteamerCAPT. ...... Stuart 4Ua
the various powers of the orient W. A. SHAW. ...... Allola.. 8 Ilia
; Lettuce U useful to those Buffering and Occident with regard to its posses ...... ....Hob.Bound ..., Kl.lkSUUi
...Went Jupiter.,,,
Is appointed to sail as follows t .. ..
from Insomnia.' sion. The Japanese are anxious to have JaoKsonyllle Tuesdays and Saturdays at S,30 p. m. 00.... Riviera :, T8Ja
it, not only on account of it* enormous Leaves Leave*Banford .. Mondays aDd Thursdays at 4.00 a. inCen'I Weak Palm Beach.. LT." tit 64TaflNla*.

but undeveloped mineral wealth .,. "
,: To Cu Oon.tlpatlon Vonver.Take ; a* :yet
Caioarats'Candy Cathartic. lOo or fBo.It but also because it practically command and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St. Jacksonville Lemon CSty LT." B ITJaft'lOa
.I, ( 0.0.0. fall to cure druggists)refund-' the Japanese archipelago, and in the Passenger ,

hand of any powerful nation, such 'as: A. *W.BRANCH.TATIONS. .W. 35, 37 Anfustin.dallr and 78. batwMS Aonvllle
and St. ,
Rnaaia, England or even China, would Jno.L.HOWARD Superintendent. 1".M.. IBOHMONOKR: JR.,Fla Pass.Agl No. 3..F No. 4.B Train JUtt betwMn Misiml u*
It Bemud Itnui**. constitute. a perpetual menace to the Foot Hogan Be. :itOt.Weat Bay St, '_ ,...,. w Smyrna. ISp ; exoept flnnday. '
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ...Lake Helm. It Mp 4 B6p Train betwMU Fort Pt n
land of the mikado. The Chinese are '" -' ..Orange City. lit I P 8 8p Iflaml d r, e x pt Monda*.
desirou to have it, because its"occupa TH O.O.Eoorat T. M., W.H.WABBUBTOW,K.P.A., ..H.CLYD8.A.T.M. ..Orange City. 13 15p a 16pWpPlereedall Train. Jf and 1 soutk ol. Sk Mrln
t BOWLING GREEN NEW YORK. daily, e ept Sunday.b
tion by; a foreign power i* a peril to the .
northern portion of their empire. WK.: V. CLTDX. CO.; General" Afent.,. TIa. _....

The Russian*need it asaterminu for 8 Bowling Oreen.New Tork. 1* ... iJelawarerAve.,Philadelphia. .'

their Transsiberian railroad and a* an "BISCA YNE" .

all the year: round headquarter for their .

navy and army; on the shores of the Pacific. .. appointed to Perform Serrla*..follow*: 0; ,

England Germany and even the
,United State are, anxious to prevent e _.c-- Lear MXAIO10:flO p. m. Wednesday, and Saturdays. ,.__eoU.. with Tralall.

.! any foreign power from getting hold of: a- Southern' a.c-...WI3T tM.. m. Tuesday*and Friday. .
the kingdom and cloning it to theii Oonneodni at MUual wMk! Traa n, laU_.' .rnonu

I trade. It may; be added that the only I.P. ....1'1 So D. &A.JI1f'JCB..
"foreigner* for whom the king ha ever: Railway. VMkdU Uanagesv 'Chto.

'" ahown any regard and oonfidenoe have ... A-II1Idtae.

I been the Americana, and up to within: "ABgOLBTELY TIE SHORTEST' R09TE.

four: ;year* previous to the outbreak ol

.' I the war between, China and Japan the t The Trunk Lina

J.; influence of the United State predominated I tmxr.K ruzAMAv smA-vnuxf BOOK CAM cnrarci C.A._ Tropical

A', at Seoul.-St Louis Post-Dis :
.. patch. Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railw


I : Browning commonly wrote one! No.200 No. 21. No.23 Tlm.'ab'. nErr"tH.,1IS9T. 1'0.3'J. o

of her short at; a single sitting. TWO DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THB BAST.Wachlnctoo :::::!:':' Local .8 BOp '912& Ly.........JACK80NVILLE./U ., 30.m 8 4OP:!
poem ......,. &t' d 90111' 838a ..... .. .....Oranlt8 l'ark... .......... 8 am .: P:
Von Ranke i* said to have devoted I : 9. p 844a .. .. .. ....... .........,, ... 8 .m ..
i4 "The aad douthwestern Limited, :::;:::: aDd..J .... .. ... .....'.""..IPeorla................ .......... ...
I nearly 80 year* to his great work. I ...... ,. .,..... 9 461' 1016& .. .....Green CO". 8prlnlJl..... .. 8oo"m &"
Live of the Pope" And tire UaiUd States Put Mall.OSLT .. ........ .. .... .. ........ .... ..... .. ... oIIt..lok. ............. .......... "P.r'j
2 j ........ 1081\" .. .... ..... ..Palatk.............. ... 500.m : :
Fielding i*, said to l have written I ........ gOtI goop It .. .. ........Bat.um................. .28.m 414,1111
"Tom Jonee" in three month*: The 01 EOUB8 JAOIBOSVILLB TO WASHIIOTOir. ........ loi1p.38tJ 1,010081' It ...... .. ......Pomoo......... ........ 41..m 311d1P.t
A .. ........ It ........CnlCeocCltyJDDo loD....... 8118.m
'jf work waa written as a satire on one of OILY 37 EOUK3 J10XIOH7ILLB] TO ]VKW you: ...,.... 'JIll' 2 2IIa 1:1: 0'110.. .............SeYiU.............. ... 8tD.m 843p."
The Widow What here, John? Bich&rd oD'* novel. ........ 8tip' .ota 1288a.. .... ...DeLeoo BprinlJl.:..... ... 8 0''1m 8t111"
yon ........ 41:1: l' 11 a 1:1: till' .............. GI.ow od .............. 2M.m tMP
Shade of Departed Husband-Yea. Gibbon rvoted over 80 year of hi* .. ... .... 4M l' 13011 1:111II: )> ...... ........De.ord................ Stll... ,3IIp
B.a......,.... ......--4 of "" t....... hU_ .1...... Oan ... .....ilia. .... .... II..I ........ / Ar .......... tlSP
And so, false fickle creature you havemarried life to the labor of reading for and writ- la*Can>.....a wilko.,+**,. to W......... ...___ ........ 4111 p l' ........ 1:1: toa 111'U L'" t ..........,DeLaDd.. ......... (L,, '.......... O'JIIIP!
again! Ing the ''DecllDe and Fall" It I fa one rMlarta> .....Mew Terk.*tt. .... ........ .".. '3 l' ........ t2 toJ> ....... ......1fttel''rllI8!: .............. .......... 1 3"."
"Tea but how under the mm did ;you literary featae1' ........ ..... ... ... .... 42111'U .........TlTUBVII..LE......... L" f 10fD'
of the most stupendous : ........ ........ ...... .. ..... .......... .Faola................. .......... '
find It out? I thought marriage were by the'' labor of one ........ ........ .... .. ..... t:
l' accomplished .... ... .... .... ..8< nude in heaven.''-Truth, 4 man.-St. Loni Globe-Democrat THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING OARS BETWEEN ........ ....... ........ 3411p ...............]11.. Dora.............. .. .......... ',:3II:10'.'
JACKSONVILLE ........ OIIp Ar..Taftne..L. .......... "
AND NASHVILLE. ........ "t oo" .at' top A.r..8anford..L" .-... 160P, ..

.. ........ ........ ......... 1talnon.. ...
Car. ........ ........ .' ...... ......Wln..r Park.............
.. Tbnaah ..pl... Dally Jocks nvlU. to .f ........ ........ .30; II 30111' ..... ..........Orlando...... ...... '2'"pm
KEEP YOUR BOWELS STRONQ ALL SUMMER I Cincinnati via ........ ......... ....... "..XI..lmm................
Asbavlllc, Tbrvuch the /U.....y.......... ......... ,40& '
:::::::: ::::: : 823.. 8 ...............Lak......... ............ _: m III'.
ttDYCURECOHSTIPATIOH CAIUARTIC "LAND OF"THE SKY." ........ ........ t ,311 a 7 p .... .......... .. Bartow............. ... PI''' :
........ ...... O pAr..l'Dnta ..... .... .
.. ........ ......... 100 a I till' ...:................. ........... :. SooP",
><1 ::; ::::: .- ..... ...-r.. ........ ... ..... ..........Tampa Ba,. Bote........ .. meT'" '
.. w ........ 1146 a Rp Ar.. ........ Pon Tampa..... ......L"121! P ''Tbo,.....
........ H;. ;. d Th n 1 00p L".J>onTamp..Ar 130pl lwed.sJOI
Tu.. ", rna Ar...... .. ..... ... It P ...
.... r- -. ll> WM*-- Z_ .... :::::: : Wed .nd BaC. Ar..Ha"aua..L".2 Ke, =PDally. :::,Wed.

Y. 11'. A- TUU, ..L JWUWtM6. ) t D.111 aacept BUDda,.
: Trabui., ...d 81 carry Tbntugb ";''tb..aD Bd"fl1plll,('are. err
.. Indian Ri.......team.,.(...... line)lea..Tlcun1U. )londay ..... and J'rIedgeJ.EaQ.GaUle. y j
Melbourne InMrmediate'point on d"1,5ij5 J
and ''
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f:' -Y1n1r Jael< ThUntdar.d: aa II.1:1.: m.ani... .t H 'rtlloInkSjBill"I'r
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ani...aa OaIIlaiia .::08 II. m..I..ac .:J P-. .
DRUGGISTS oftbeo :40 m.;Tarpon Spring

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NEW SLEEVES.. dimpeoTan crossed over a corselet of blackvelvet I Er I Invite your AMvntloa to my Complete Sleek of Spring and Summer Resorts on the East Coast R'y -
and Is fastened by two black velvet
....t ..... ........ w' ...... bet bows held by paste buttons. The yoke Is HARDWARE. and CROCKERY, II
...... Dh""I-lahl." ...,. of white lace over black velvet, and there
I modes are charming After the eyeome Is no collar of any kin hunt small point of Glassware Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves,. Tinware, Grao- The Florida East Coast Railway to Miami. The Miami A: Key West Steamship
accustomed to their eooentrlol- lace descends over the of the skirt iteware, doors sash and blinds, and Builders'; Hardware, water coolers loe cream Line to Key West.
one may have and the tight sleeves are of lace over pink freezers Quick.meal gasoline stoves. Blue Flame kerosine oil stove, garden tools,
Jn$emflh silk .Th_ small and KEY WEST-Hotel Key West, $4 and upward, special weekly and commercial
tight sleeves are puffs of striped silk plows and harrows, paints and oils Fruit jam Jelly glasses, poultry nettingand
n fashion at tho boglnning there at the top. JUDIO CBOIXKT. barbed wire, rates. Open entire year. A. M. Taylor, Manager. General offices: !bt.: Augustine,

great outcry; :yet we learned to likefeflnlnff Harrison Bros Ready Mixed Paints. V C. B. KNOTT r
of tho shape of the arm andor NEW JACKETS. Tin shop in connection with store. Large Galvanized Iron Tanks a Special; General Superintendent Florida East Coast Hotel System...

( and when sleeves became largea ty. Made to order,and... cheap. the ordinary wooden on..... Contract taken anywhere In theCoiintr .
universal crY of horror at the Trimmed With Fur and for --- --- ---- -- ---
Braid. Prlrra.
a Military for tin ruottnft lettering,eta. Please writ me ;, lIy solicit a portion T
0 of natural symmetry.-: Neverthe- Idols Girl's Cwt of your pMronoica. Mail Orders given Prompt and. Careful Attention, and Inquiries. fur
io large sleeves were Upon us. They Jackets much altered from last prices. answered promptly _
oed narrow shoulder and made son's models. No more godets are seen sea on 3VI, 33.. CaOEHU I i ItlJHL, Travelers' Hotel. '

walirta aeem mailer, besides being. the hips and only two or three very slight "Vest< Palm Beach, Fla. .
make Now they are disappearing ones at tho bock a little below the waist.
fo. and small sleeves are coming In Jackets are also shorter than they were Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.
[ and we all exclaim at the loss of the barque falling very llttlo below tho
m In lifting tho arm'and the plnch- hips. The front la straight as n rule without This hotel is now under new management, and has been thoroughly renovated.
ck consequent upon their revivaLve darts and buttoning In the middle ore HOMESEEKERS throughout. '
one notable advantage however .... -- .
r allow coat sleeves to go on easily. Bus meets all Trains, and Electrlo Cars pass door. Bath rooms and alt ,
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suit, It Is Is likely that the fashion Conveniences on every Hour. <' '
1 will languish. The latter were in- ; OPEN ALL THE YEAR, '
le while the average sleeve contains. Who arc Seeking ;a Home in the
,.. Kates. :-Ameiioan Plan, $2 to JU.fiO; European, OOo to $I. Special by the week.,

South should send tp, 'tlic undersigned Mrs. FINLEY Proprietress..

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for a copy of the a, # 4, ; Q !,2 r '_

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Florida East Coast: Homeseeker.We i ''J if
evi .\ fl a,
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have lands for Fruit Growing, king, Tobacco Growing, and for = 1 'I Fsa .

Winter and Summer Homos. Climate the healthiest In the United States =aa "vE
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Apply to I t( 5=.1 It5 -2.

/ JAS. E. l INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner, j


Glut's .. tl
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at the aide' The back Is very close fitting 1 1 1 1 ;. rM.8; 4 t 'Si

however having a scam In the mlddlo or FREYER & BRADLEY. MUSIC COMPANY i 11J I( h ,
being cut whole, according to fancy1. Revere ". i .. o J5f
have disappeared to a great extent;the A 9HIS
Jacket buttoning up to the collar, which (Successors to THE A. D. CAMPBELL CO.) 1 .4 r H to
to fashionable must be high and flaring. ; 1)1)
Sometimes it Is turned down upon Itself Pianos and Musical Merchandise. .
Organs '
In the form of seal laps tabs or a plain I 't '
)J ;
band. The collar may be cut separately i
sewed on the garment or may be out in A CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME.LPIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE. S i !i -&
one with it. Novelty demands that It shall 4., ''C
be lined with fur moufton, chinchilla- We purchased In January last the Immense stock t>f Pianos, Organs, sheet ....... uj!=
STREET TOILET., mine and other light kinds being pre- music and musical Instruments of The A. B.. Campbell Co. We are closing out n Jl
eral yards of goods, but now that ferred. the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of .low prices, to make room for a full UIeljl
ilk haa diminished there Is likely to The sleeves are close to a. point well line of the celebrated Conover, New England, Schubert and Klngsbury Pianos '< I
vulslon toward coats. The present above the elbow above which there is a We have the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to ':Zoo more than we I !
|sleeve Is close expanding a little to- When the sleeve is In ask for them : 4 li
the top or simply adorned at. thodor moderate fullqess.that is without outside seam Conoverstyle K,wal........................./ro: Hatn.. 111'01I.. style. ii.mab.................'200 s.s.I
one piece- an u .' K"b...... ......,.......... :I'm Sahubsrt .. 10. 'I I
with a bow a cap or tttbat, -It is necessarily less tight than when It u e J.eb.....,... ..,.... ... .. ""NI Malcolm Love, wal.................... YAou "!1 1
ketch Is given of a street gown of old Is In two pieces. It is ornamented to match u !_ wal......................... 114" Steinway: eb.............,....,,. IAAe ....... I' m ; !
(cloth. The skirt baa three godets at u Meb .... .................. N10 Everett, eb..., ...........,... I'111 !
ck and is adorned with two bands of the body of the jacket. .. .. x. way.' .... ..... ........... 8'2A' Kingsbury tl'e"' eb...................... vbMoCanmon 3 I! a:
Straight sacks show the same effects in style 7Lwmv.......... .."...... !IIIMI .. eb... ... ............ 7s.I ell!
(black velvet arranged in undulating collars and sleeves although the latter are .. ; ......... .. ... ..... Boo KnabeGnnd ....,................. 2Ano c:::> I rls::
There Is a' short bolero or Book of sometimes loose gathered' Into a deep cuff .. T.w.l.................... 8tuY"eaaDt eb. ..........,...,...... lTAe =-s :

| cut In tabs and bordered with a nard at the wrist. The sack itself is most often Baines HroL, e" 'f.eb..1.8eb...... .... ..... .. 2151 21\0"Newabyd+: Evans .b.s...1.\\1.,................. 1'Jeo <:"' I Pll[ }
of black velvet. This is worn laid In two or three plaits back and front. u .. 8.b..................... 176 Jas.. M.Star. eb................,..,,..... Ire
blouse of broohe silk. The sleeves of The sketch shows a little girl's coat for u o .. B. lDah............... 1110 Morris. 100 =
Be cloth are trimmed with1 block vel- demlseoson. It Is of red and black mixed Some of these pianos have been rented but we have had them re-polished\ and
Dds and bare bows of black velvet cloth and Is mounted in deep plaits on a rut in thorough order and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momev re- isi1s! ,
OIl with- steel buckles at the shoulJ :yoke '..f black velvet. At tho two front funded. We furnish a stool, scarf, Instruction book and delivered f. o. b. Jacksonville .
The hat of black.chenille is trimmed corners of the :yoke are bows of velvet faa- ; 'cash or Installment. Sheet muslo at half price. Write us.
Ian old rose plumo held by a paste or- tened by paste buckles. The sleeves have FREYER& BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY '
:aO'J'EL: :: OOt'rOr.L:: :
>nt, and there are bows of black vet cuffs of black velvet and are also ornamented 24 East Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla.Fischer's : ,.,
|nder the brim behind. with ooqullles of the cloth. The M
of black velvet. MIAMI FLORIDA.;;
ruche --- -
collar and are --- ---- -- --- --- --------

SPRING FASHIONS. JCDIO CHOIXET. ,;aC: >T: JL Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvements. Located on park one)

Like the Ostrich.' _.__.-._ _. _. block from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid vlawfof BUcayne Bay }hates
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Accessories For Evening WaUU. Mr. Crlmsonbeak-Yon' women remind -------- f'i per day and upward.1 Special rates by week or month. .
New Deelarns la Foulards.connection
with theater bodices It me Orim of ostriches.onbeBk-I don't understand 'Cottage.LePcrlUc --
[be noted that corsages, plastrons and Mrs. IIOIlSE.,1
plsettes of gauze plaited ruffled or you. OCEAN BEACH:
1 are having a great success especial- "Well you know the ostrich: buries : trot: : Tit: LePcrlUc: P1.a. .

en adorned with yellojr-lace. Lace its head and believes it cannot be seen." Centrally located between both depots. :Airy rooms good tale, pure drinking OX' THE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN.
r diverse forms-guipure, old point "Yes. I've heard of that." water.
oldered tulle etc.-Is more and more ''"Well you women cover your head Rates: $3.00 per day; special rate. by the week or month. Opposite Daytona, near the City; Beautiful! Boulevard; Surf bathing. Summer -*
oil In theoompo ltlon of thedalmatlctf with. bonnet and think you are out of OUR. F. FISCHER Proprietor. Rates 17 and $H per week. Special rate to families. House open all the year.
h i decorate so many of the new bodices Address MRS. II. 0. BERRY Sea Breexe
sight)I"-Yonkew Statesman. Fla.
diminished size of the sleeve Is by; this ------ ----- .-. --- .--.--. .
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1 of trimming rendered less noticeable,
On. llettor. .
[he smooth shoulder line Is restored ARTHUR T. FEASTER.
dalmatic will serve as a type for much Jim Faro-I'm in luck. I got f 500 Opened 81-
he spring trimming and many of the last night on the ace of hearts. IN'DIAN' RIVER ZEZOTIEIl,, TH. Hotel Placid January 1894
Ing accessories. It la a little premature Cracksey Joe-:Dat's nothin. A fren ,
Ive as yet any: definite information as o' mine oracked a jewelry crib las' weekan JACKSONVILLE t trLORroA.
|hat will be. the preferred mode for five t'onsand on a tray of diamonds. TITUSVILLE t
i weather but there are sure to be got In the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west
1 and puffed sleeves light tissues, .-Exchange. Indian River. one block from Buy.- Everything: entirely' new. Elegantly furnished throughout ro,
fn In to the .hape of the arm, some- y same Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus moots all trains. Terms $J.ftO per day and
i simply; by .lines of gathering somei Cheerfulness bears the friendly $> Fla. upwards. Special rates by tha week. N. L. WARD, l'roprletor.Seminole .
by cords or bands. ,* regard to the mind as to the body. It f
here all anxious care and discontent ,.,r 7r
are various new designs In taffeta '
ply of a floral character. Foulards are aoothea and composes the passionsand s--
Png decidedly; to the front and have very keeps them in a perpetual calm. -MAl'f.A.O&' Hotel ,

The toothpicks of orange wood, which Open All The Year. 'a

come from Japan are made by hand. OPEN ALLTHE,, YEAR. ;
i It is said that a Japanese workman can r --;"
whittle from 13 to 20 dozen a day. Only a few minutes' WEST PALM BEACH' FLORIDA.

,walk from Railway stotlorts o<\ This hotel Is substantially built of brick, andhas| every convenience. Close to
>-What do you need In the way of and Steamboat land- the railway depot. Free'bus* to and from trains,t Boats attached to the hotel !
envelopes, note and letter heads, bill Ings.On with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests.:Kates, from .OO per day 5041
heads, @:statements, tags cards, eta f f the banks of the upwards; special rates by the week or month. M. J. BOYCR, v I
We shall be glad'to have a share of your. fa -fam fI Indian RIver. GEORGE!!: ZAPF, ProprIetor. Manager. z

r work. i .
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Y Seaside Inn M. W. EATMAN/, Proprietor, Open for Summer Season of 1807 June 22nd. Klnejfjurf( Bathing, Fishing and ,


N.w furniture and rUliirti throughout. HARRY L.1BEEMAN, Manager,
AT SEABREEZE FLA. Klctrte: brtln In Ttry; room. Treating the Old Now open for the Summer Season t ;

A. NEW The best of Surf Bathing 4 Stare Morliat and,,Plata. Overlooking the Bay, .. __. _'_ __ _... _. .__ ._ m .._
BUILDING, Good Fl hng'and! a 4 with Bu ocean !ew. All white balp. Rate.
CorOaT.A.Bbeautiful, wide smoothLY $2.00 per day and upward. B|>*oUl weekly raus.Banpto .
beach for... Driving and i room. STANTONiHOUSE.
FUKSI9IIED. Bicycling. v "121 $
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Rates $2.00 per day. Specialby "
The I [RD. J. JONES Proprietor. rip
the Week. Colonnades R r

'patterns" In white stamped on a blackk On the Peninsular, opposite DAYTONA.: .J Rates $2.00 per day. Special l Terms to 1 1Famuies.
ground. These patterns are of a
Ing character and cover the surface"closely. << The Swannanoa. Large airy and well-fornULwl_ rooms; with all Modern Conveniences electric .

.. llgQts, bell*, etc. '
straws to be used for spring hate of shade outside hotel make I/a delightful place for children. -
bonnets are fancifully braided and area ASIIEVILLE, N. c. Plenty : Two Minutes Walk from Central
of mixed tints, the border being of Dancing twice a week la Casino. I
her color than the body of the hat. THOUGH ropdcst' and unobtrusive, REDUCED RATES for Summer season, $7.60 per week and upwards. Engage Depot,

W'win also be wrought Into various there is no better conducted hotel in your rooms at once. -* CHATTANOOGA TENN. ;
ID4'ntel..... wings, bows, eta The popularity of The SwanAsheville. ,
FREE HACK from Daytona depot. Address:
era are sure to have peatvocuoanc1be location IUbomeUke
a nanoa Is due to its unique '
used in profusion atmosphere the excellence of SYDNEY HAIOII Prop.,
be Illustration show Seabreeze Flo. Nice family home; Pleasant location f'
given today a and Its very moderate prices. ,
Its cuisine .
ting I* house and furnishings, new; Modern convenience "
reception rate
!.vlpe.I '2.150 per day. Liberal weekly Fort Pierce Jlofel and hunt. .
Ink sod Ivory silk in broad Jhava *. No better fishing 4.r
pompadour effect The stripes are R. R. RAWLfl, InK la the State., J. A F. M. TYLER,
god to form Vandykes)at the seams of Prop. For; Pterce1'la. Proprietor*.
Central on streetcar The ADVOCATE does mi clean job printing. ON INDIAN RIVEX Near feete .
skirt which is quite plain save for Formerly of New Ujwen, COlI.... .
njodeta at the back Tho bodice i* I Asnrviixr, N. C. 1SN. "
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i r 1 { ai I ItI NEW YORIC NOTES., Mr. J. O. Bast Goes,Flailing. ROBBINS & GRAHAM DUREN' & FEASTER.......

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{From our New York Corresponded] Wishing to gain a practical insight 1n- 8
to the methods of fishermen, and the ...La"'flVYors... Crockery, Glus and Tinware.
NEW, YORK, July 26, '1891. manner In which wily members of the Western Meats of AIL Kinds, .
Capital Is considerably Interestedthe In' finny tribe are inveigled into the nets, PRACTICE AND -rour patronalte Solicits! ;,
Mr. But took In of Mr. Set WILL STATE -
anil I passage one TITUSVILLE.; FLORIDAE1.
If'i i tr cultivation of sugar, just now, ,
1 ..K ble's fish boats and nifr.Ii
I t would advise your readers to plant oaDe, spent Sunday I UNITED STATES COURTS.
and the "wee ems' hours of Monday
r If half an acre each, for the sake of I '
only the demand morning on the river. Mr. Bast report i _* : : R.A.ZTSZ': dz 3
selling it as seed cane, Bod that he had a most interesting and ir- : 2.1.: p.

for the It supply will be will very be active inadequate.pretty soon Even struotlve nlgbt.-w. ; tch. and that the effect :- ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished Grain. Garden Seed fertilizers,Staple Fancy Groceries
Groceries ,
'' iAr 17 { though there are not sugar mills to gl'llJdIt of the phosphorescence when larg and Dade ,, ,
1 I satisfied that school of mullet was struck was some for Lands In Brmrd of all kinds. Grain, Hay. Bran, Cotton Seed Meal
on the East Coast, am And Food Products ,G
there will be large bodies of land put i IJn- thing magnificent'Vatts' I I Counties. Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River, dealing
der ,cane in other parts of the atate, I I I the above line of goods. Wejnvlte your correspondence and solicit:JourpatroelJ

where mills will be crested, and these \ Official Railway Guide,, Very truly, E. L..,BRADY &,BRO., Tituavllle,
enterprises will take all the seed cane i italnable. ob-

We have a large List
Published at Atlanta, Ga.,Is out as ;a =
All New York came down to bush FiELE :nvstr.vaES.: ...
mid-eum ner number.It la one of the moat of Lands owned by
this morning, smiling like a new 001
numbers of this valuable put ro1iOO1; Your PrOe;
{ with a new Job, for they realized: that libation of ''
containing 236 pages, a gem clients "
all atterfour'eara ourselves and The "Old Hartford Fireman's Fond, Provident
they oould go to work typography and neatness.. While It I Is BY INSURING IN IV
of Idleness now that the Dlngley Bill and medlnn Ington, or Sun Mutual Insurance Company. All well known as the .tron feat
TMUlSHCST indlspensible thorough
r+ It an Price for unimproved GEO. B. RUMPH, JR.,
fact ,
has been made a law. In vdemonstrated to ,railroad, hotels and resorts in the safest companies America
for East
that Agent Coast
weeks oqnft-
two ago
; south there other Items of Information -
II denoe was returning, fo?! the trau.fer: and reference many ,of Interest to lands $3 to $100 TUusvllle.G. Floilk\
ROBT. W. SIMMSOtJB S; companies were even then overcrowd the tourist and traveler. It reflect
with business, moving freight from the credit upon the management of Mr. J. per'acre.
P '' ;', AOKMT, AND steamers to the railroads and visa verD; R. Watts who has, during the past ten -
l New England goods for the west ana the from montl CARY-ELWES,
i years Improved guide
for the east. Verily < WE have a few Residence, Orangi
Wholesale western goods pros-
Liquors to month, from a pamphlet of 20 pages,
: perity is upon us. to a handsome book,of 230 pages. This Grove and Pineapple Properties in de FIRE & LIFE' INSURANCERepresenting

{1 Jacksonville. Floridi6JT" Central Florida was well represent month a $1,000 accident Insurance pollcj

I last week, by some of the bright lights accompanies each copy In oonneotloi slrable locations. Prices Reasonable. the Liverpool A; London A Globe Insurance Company, nil
Write for
of Sanford and Orlando. They came In with the numerous blrdseye views anc -
r r pairs: B. R. Swoop, general manager up-to-date map. TITUSVILLE. Mutual Life Insurance Company, of New York.

S. F. R'y.; and H. L. DeForrest, of S"D- OFFICES : I WEST PALM BEACH, -
ford; James L. Giles and R. N. Menefr and MIAMI. I ur- Your Business Solicited. 1
Arthur F. Odlln and Dr. C. F. Shine, of An Ordinance to Amend the s TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
Orlando; while genial Judge, Cecil Butt chaperoned these three pairs, protecting Amendment to OrdinanceNo.

/ them from the festive gold-brh< 23. GRUBER & .GRIGGS'f .... J. T. HINTON
: manager)
man, who is numerous here, and whl) H. H. DICKEY, Groceries. .

Florida's might otherwise wealth have la retained New York.some Of of SEO. 1. Be it ordained-, by the Town Soda FountainTITUSVILLE East t Coast Grocery & Meat HaTitusville

: course, Judge Butt Is guileless and tbe Council of the town of Titnsville: ;that
Innocence of Arthur-Odlln and Chary the ordinance to amend ordinance No. FLA. Fla.
but Jim Giles' clo18 23, be amended to read as follows: That ,
Shine Is proverbial, the talk of '
'ordi WHY are cold drlnlu tour
resemblance to Police Captain Chapman from and after the passage of this ibo tows Fine Groceries Staple Articles
and his whiskers, Is sufficient guarantithat nance, no truck, barrow hand-osrt, velocipede BECAUSE they are prepared with the purest ,
bicycle, tricycle or other vehicle 'rult' julue only.
these unsophisticated or carriage, shall be run on or over WHY do the children request their mother's .....Frails and tag
cold ?
are well protected.The to take them to our More for
any of the sidewalks of the town of TI- BKCAUBB they are better judge generally of
Florida MEATS of all Kin
Sun says this morning: "Floric tusvllle. [ood thing*!. Western!
has tapidly, recovered from the lossilustalned SEC. 2. Be it further ordained that It WHY do the people turn to our ton when
lenlrlng something cold refreshing to drink? Bpealal Attention given, to Mall Order Give tu a bill i
; in the great disaster whit I shall unlawful for any bicycle riderto BECAUSE, Ant of all,w.seek to please the you fT will be pl-.!. .
.' lost her citizens so many orange grovel practice "scorching" on the streets of taste of our patran,and not to take advantaged
ji PLANTS. In the great freeze, and reports .bow'' said town, excepting only between the their thirst.p'Tobaooo. -
,} that,the state Is In a better shape .now : hours of 4:30 and 6:30 o'clock p. m., and ,Cigars,Candy and Fruit. :
I'.' than ever before. After the freeze the before 7 o'clock a. m. THE DECANTER.Lesley .
people were stunned for awhile, DOt SEO. 3.' Any person or persons violating
Take Notice.
knowing what to do next. They had expected : any of the provisions of this ordinance law 1897 Model Globe Gasoline Engine.Stationary Renaker

,( Red Spanish and Fancy Variety Slips .the orange crop would bring shall be punished by fine not to fe
and Suckers for Sale. Apply to prosperity, and that no other oro] exceed f 60.00J or by imprisonment not ,
til t BRowN would be necessary. As they had 1 1bustle to to exceed 80 days, at the discretion of
'.' 1 W. Ilobe Sound, Fla. they took up early vegetable, the court. ) D Foreign' and Domestic Brands of'Wines, Brandies, Runs, Gins and

1t 4r I"" pineapples"To-day the next two and latter then tobacco.Industries are :Approved July 21st, 1897. Bottled Beers, ,Ales and Stont.A .-

e: ,1 "/I. : Pineapple Slips & Such assuming large proportions throughout ATTEST: R. C.Pres't.SCBIMOEOUB of Board, 0Oo First-class Line, of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tabl!
G. ,
the state, and are proving very remune and hotel trade solicited. Prompt and careful attention !liveD to i
era for Sale. stive. Oa the east coast and In ceotn Town Clerk. A; Act'g Mayor. Family order. LOSLEY A RENAKER,Titunllle! ,
rders. Cash must accompany yoar
i baa been >
r i N south Florida, the pineapple
Abbakas, Egyptian Queen, Golden round to thrive well, and the profits are Britain has 86,818 men available for
t Queen; Porto Rico Smooth Cayenne and I ;ood. On tbe east coast the crop th :
} :Ked Spanish. Apply toHADDOCK 'I year will be 250,000 and perhaps mon lea service. L H. DECKER....
W .MATTHAMS! ; A. large acreage is being set In pines, and
1 @@N "Palm Beach Pinery," I more care taken to secure their varietie _]::: Will keep constantly on band a Full ,Supply of :::[-
West Palm Beach, Fla.; I 'In the western part of the state, In the mr If you need any job printing, we
r' .southern counties, tobacco Is their favo hall( be pleased to get a share of It. '

f' + T- A Cut to the 4 Cutters.' ite formidable and from all rival reports right at Cuba her doors.will have A *>k
a ;
,,4 has been set, and what fetacco FOB first class shoemaking and repairing '
vr large acreage ,
call on J. A. Daughter, Washington
.First-class home grown Smooth Cay has been produced has sold readll Fla. Shoes" madeto ::
Titusvllle .
; avenue, : ::: : :
well A
at 91.30 the
Suckers paid that
enne freight per it prices pay growers order In fine style. .
thousand. arge number of Cuban tobacco growers and Marines IUto 125 IT- P. The Work Brick Lime Cem
; CUAnLB C. CONVERSE:, have settled In south Florida, and all tbe afeat,moat Reliable,Economical ana Durable Also Mouldings and Turned ; ,
4 Babia Fla. out a ower for Launches. Auxiliary: Power for
armory In that region are setting ads.
W- Reading notice on page : aohta and bUHinena boats,and where stationaryower and Crates of All Descriptions.
v arge acreage. ire five cents per line per week. la required.
"The orange groves, where cultlvatec BENJ.W.JEROME,
': Pineapple Plants for 8a1e.if' Tl.1iu.s'V'l.11o: : ..
ire coming out well, and the prospect Bole Representative for Manufacturers in the
:t I ire fine for a big profitable price State of Florida. RbOKLBDOB FLA.
Red Spanish, Egyptian and IJIple; next season. The yield this fall will barge Call at YOUNGS' (OTCataloruM( and prices on application. JAMBS PBITCHABD, President; W. M. BBOWIC, Vlce-President:
,, Abbakas, Envllle City, Fortx: as competed to last next Cashier.
C. S.
1 Charlotte and Smooth! double Sohuyler,
moo Rothchllds that of
It will more
l Cayenne. Guaranteed flrst-class plants his eoitou year. The corn, cotton and other .....TONSORIAL '''PARLORS =y All communications for this paper
should be addressed "THE ADVOCATE,
Z J. II. TOUBNAU, laid crops are reported as fair throughout [INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN
t TltusvUle, Fla This will insure immediate -
fr Eden, Fla. the'state. ,The farmers all seem Independent For an ARTISTIC HAIR CUT or NEAT attention. .
r and In better shape than ever SHAVE. Ladles Hair Dressing
JI { 7' In the storm swept districts of Alaohun.d a Specialty : of Florida.)
of the State
s under
p ; (Incorporated theLaps
Pineapple Plants. dee Remember' the ADVOCATE:, Titus-
Choice > other regions near there, much lutchlnson Ave., Titus villo, Fla. .
Itution exists and the people have .ent vll1e, does all kinds of job printing. Gives Authorized capital, $100,
Envll. City, Abbaka, dollars contrl a share of work.] """"
Smooth Cayenne, In many thousands of In your / Paid up capital $25,

1 ,, l, J'I" and and Red from Spanish young, grown plants.without Guaranteed cover utlona."The average Floridian' Is not muol ntusYille Barber Shop _--=.__ :;AJtIO .r-r t\N Average deposits; $150,0,

1 1:. flrst-class. Apply or address onoerned In the tariff, be he Democrat BOOKKEEPINGthoroughly .--=.JI
d / J r. ., C. A. ROBINSON, or Republican, provided orange., pine Transacts a General Ba
Eden, Indian River, Flo. and tobacco are taken of in a, manne '
fly Call at above and taught for $1
the place get
be free your
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hat will aid him. may .,MnlIuI... __ Business.
? r Pineapple Plants.. rider, but he wants protection on pine lair Cut Shave Shampoo Bookkeeping ChartNo : :
-- nd oranges. The fruit schedules sul : teacher required. 1 :: Largest and Oldest Bank on tbi!
the in this state exactly, and they;
people :
vigorous. without shelier. or Tonsorial work of all kinds done by Booklet giving fullparticularsfree. :
1 Hardy, grown chance to makome -
t smooth-leaved Abbaka feol! that they have a Addreu,Tin m.fi>nlnans.Ciaiiia. Exchange 1014 DO'aU Foreign COUIIDiRECTORS |
: 1 an3 Cayenne for,sale money now under Its protection H. S. MEADOR Prop., H. J. Principal and Founder Abra- _1
r Jamaica Ripley plants Outside of these, particular articles tha Titusville hamsoa Business College. EnUblt hed 1880.' I-- ;
E. C. B. TYNDALL, Fla.
fR'r hey are concerned In none but the pol Washington ave., JAs.ParrcesaoW.B.Beaxrrr'rmof '\
Fla. )
Waveland, j
i, ,. .Ictans, of whom Florid has her'ful the National Bank of J ckiMi>'
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hare, bother about the Kepublloon tarlt DUKKEB: (Vice-President Natfood|

I ,Porto_Rico Slips very"Taken of much.the as most a whole prosperous, Florida states to-day In the IsODe 1 United States Twine &: Net Co. Jacksonville, National OOBBESPONDEYTS.Seaboard ), and Jacksonville.zirrtrvizLE Bank W. M.of 1\811. Yort, ]

+t Grown under cover. Apply for prices ." National Bank of
I 'r-> to the Delaney Porto Rico Pineapple CBACKKR.K4 F'Ld ; &.
I r <"'': ,Plantation, Mlooo, Fla. ,
1 ':-11 1+ 23 Fulton St., New York .N. Y.

for Sale. eatsToar) Howl With Cas mr.U. for in .
Plnt'apple'Sllps Candy Cathartic euro constipation forever Headquarters everything
'100,X6o. HC.C.C.jelldruggtalaretmdmouey.. ..

Red Spanish, Queen'sl Porto Rlco'i .

41,i v well-fertilized and Abakka'a, plants., .Growers- know and -At''' present the ADVOCATE Is. the NETS SEINES TWINES (s.I)w. VO'\ .
> I ll this pays. Address, largest all-home-print weekly newspaperprinted C'\S'\ RESCRIPTIONS .
{ r I : JOHN TAYLOR at any town along the East Coastof ,-

O. K. Woop, Agent. Stuart, Fla. Florida between Jacksonville and ROPERLY ANDo C

Key West. ...And Fishermen's Tackle. of all Kinds..... I- ROMPTLYO
Smooth Cayenne Pineapple For Charter. >- C

tf' Suckers for Sale. Best Goods least ", ... ; CSo ID.
The fine sloop Yankee Doodle can be moneyJJ3T ..
o ,1 I have 25,000 to 80,000()( Smooth Cayenne I Bartered by the da), week, or month;; C i.. NJ
pineapple suckers for sale; all between Ormond and Miami.
anywhere Correspondence,Solicited. Mention ADVOCATE. .
home grown, and'strictly first rlass. 00\(1 accommodations for ladles. For ..- I

I{ .Cheaper than any other reliable firm further particulars, write to
t 7 t \ will sell. fGEO. CAPT. GEO. Cook n
ro -- H. WRIGHT Titusville, Fla. (J) "
; Orlando,, Fl.. The Premier Flour of America. "

Orange Grove and Residence -- S. CHAFFEE & COI,

Notice\to Taxpayers. for Sale. Special Attention Paid to Mall Orders.

Unexcelled jiij Biscuit 'BED S. CHAFW5K: FUJ
wt' The)time for payment of town taxes A fine grove and garden property of /fg, ....ter0.4 D g...,*. } Titusville I ,
.f the town of TltusvUle has been extended 11: acres, fronting on the Indian River *
% to Aug. 1, 1891, at the expiration and extending back to the county road (
7- of which period there will be no further at Sharpee--about 15 miles south of SSg FOR Homei -Grown!!
1 order of the Town Coun For andCA86WFtCs SALE. .
; extension. By tusvllle-known, as the Brook place; ..
elL 110O bearing trees good house four
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G. CABT-BU.WBS, Clerk. rooms packing and house.kitchen Price; servants', $4,500.00.house and m :* PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND sucKERS]

1 I When In want of any kind of building Apply to BOBBINS GRAHAM Bread *, # Pastry Of the following Varieties:

o material In oar loads) or otherwise, theBulldenr Attys. for owners, Ma Porto Rico GoMeo RIpley Queen
; t Supply Co., at St. Augustine \ Titusvllle, Kla. f Queen Queen,
will be pleased to make you a delivered Cayenne, ''Penamtaco and Red Spanish.

z price aw'L gent's. at or your middleman's station. commission You have no to job[t Send printing the ADVOCATE you need.] an order for any. Represented 'by F. .M., BURST JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .Apply to G. C. MATTHAMS,. Florida Welt Pineappls palm B t


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