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Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: August 6, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00090
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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OCAL NEWS -Mrs! W. H. McIntyre, of Eau Gallle, FOR ALL Kinds of Bicycles and Sundries Fresh Tennessee ,Butter. For the East Const Hallway. I THIS BICYCLE RAOES.I ;i

Is in Hendersonvllle, N. C., enjoying her. send to F. W. BEERS, SK: Augustine ---'" I -

Copies of General Interest. summer outing.Mr. Fla.Southern. Twenty-five. cents per pound. The schooner Thomas Wlnsmore, from Under the able management of Mr. ,

S. D. Geiger was among the passengers 1 GIIUBKR & QRIOQS. Philadelphia, arrived In Jacksonville on : Roswell Coleman, the regular fortnight <*,J
p Mid General OoHip In connection on the excursion train to Jacksonville Express Agent B. B. PylesIs Monday morning. She was laden with bicycle races for the medals were held In
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|BlMU )'II. Bay: lAke Worth Indian, on Wednesday. now the happy father of a bouncinggirl :300 steel rails and SIM tons of coal for town Saturday evening last, and created :,]

D_ and Halifax.BI.....>. Key: West -MUs Helen Miller, of Melbourne's baby. Sheriff Brown Still Busy., the Florida East Coast Railway. quite a deal of Interest. Although the j
other Important Point along the ope track In some places was rather muddy,
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bright young ladies, is visiting Mrs. M. -Dr. W. L. Hughlett, of Cocoa, was
Brief mention of due to the rains fair
of jlorlda. recent some
|Colut Tuesday F. L. Pierce of Eden Titusville Club. very
S. Jones, at Sunbeam, this week. In town, Wednesday, professional was Gun
tang Event from Tnrion Part business. brought up to town and lodged In jail, time was made In the several events, and
i World| About People Ton Know -Mr. H. M. Flagler Is back in New on a charge of selling liquor without a on the whole the races were very success ,t
.ople, 'Ton Don't Know-Picked York again after a much-needed vacation -Miss Stella Tucker, of Fort Pierce, license, by Sheriff p. Brown. Pete A !gun shoot, under the auspices of the ful.
f Our Society: Editor and m large Matt of a few weeks In the White Mountainsand passed through here, Wednesday, en Young a colored man, was also given of the above organisation, will be heldon A new feature of the meet was the lap '. 'l
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pendents Miattered alone the other places. route to New Jersey. free board and lodging at thee same the club's grounds every Friday afternoon race for three miles In which the par '1
at 4 o'clock. All\ are cordially In- lolpants; vie with each other In crossing
|Coast of Florida.If -Last Geo. Elliott an'em '' time.I He was caught gambling at Cocoa. .
Saturday, Owing to lack of space, several artloles vited to attend. the tape first at the finish of each half- "
ploye of the Selden Cypress Door Co., at of Interest have been unavoidably Both offenders will- have hearing next mild, which constitutes the. lap on thorttusvllle :;

yon receive a sample copy of Palatka E had his hand severely Injuredby crowded out of this Issue. Monday. Senator Quay:,. track; and the race given to ;r

PVOCATB, It is an intimation that being caught In the belting at the -The Misses Aline and Daisy Brady the rider securing the most,, points. In "'
to add 'Parkhurst -
bid us pleasure your mills.
give list of sub- gave a party to quite a number of their The teal. The Boston "Senator the first five laps, the rider crossing the '-
fast-increasing :
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to our Fronle Cleveland the soda water friends says tape first secured three points the second \
tbreeer young Tuesday night.
It does not cost you M. S. Quay Is the greatest polltl- I
rs. Is making perhaps man two and the third man ,
dispenser at F. S. Chaff A Co. points,
week (postage Included) when quite a for himself, with -Mr. H. J. Anthony, after a vacationof Among the property sold under foreclosure cal strategist of the ago." We can- one point; while In the sixth\ lap the
f by the year, and It can be sent to his and reputation pineapple Ices. They are several weeks' duration In Georgia proceedings on Monday, la 'Jackonvllie ,- not vouch for that, but we do know that points for first, second and third riders,

any part of the United States or worth orange trJ'lng.Mr. North Carolina and Tennessee,.returnedto was the following: H. II. Buck- be Is an adept at catching tarpon, on are respectively, lIve, three and two. We
a. without extra expense.. Miami yesterday.Mr. .' man, B. J. L'Engle, and F. P. Fleming Indian River understand that the lap race will coo"t 1
,- Jas. McFarlane of Lake Worth commissioners In the case of Daisy E.
T. GrotJI, .,Ronald of Lotus Inue to be a feature of the meets, and
THE ADVOCATE, Is still making improvements upon his visitor Brady et al. vs.Edgar C, Parkhurst et al! Back from Alaska.Mr. as It Is decidedly more Interesting, on
to town Wed-
.50 per annum, In advance.' lIne place. lIe is now the owner of the was a. pleasant he left for on lot 2, In block :35, being the Parkhursthomestead account of the sprinting at the close of
f.OO .six months, Burnett homestead, three acres of which nesday. Yesterday Daytonato on the, north side of Duval
each and affords the participants an
spend a few weeks with relatives. and Mrs I. E. Baird, of Jackson- lap,
1.00 per an. to foreign countries. le is plantIng in pines. Street' between Main and Ocean, Jack- opportunity of displaying their riding '
-Miss Mildred Woodward spent from on vllie'; to the complainant, Mrs.Brady, villa. have returnod: from their trip to qualities both In endurance and speedj: .'\
-Mrs. Courtland; Bnckman, of Jacksonville Alaska. Mr. Balrd-who did not go .
and her mother, Mrs. W. J. Saturday until Monday at Daytona. We or$5OCO. far the Klondike gold Holds- more conspicuously, It Is to be hoped. ::1
Inside quIte as as
fail to read our to learn that since her return1she :
ver pages. regret themelves
that It will\ be kept The riders -
Berne, who are well known in Daytona, the will have to put up up.
ill always find something to In- has been quite sick with chills and fever. says gold-seekers much In favor of this .tj..'
have to Lebanon Tenn. on a visit are very
gone I. II. &; L. W. Pineapple Growers'Association. with terrible hardships lie preferredto "i
you. of several weeks' duration. Vice-president J. R. Parrott, Traffic return to his paint business In Jack. unique way of testing their abilities\ and .

r. Geo. B. Rumpb, jr., left here for R. A. Ilardee 'of Sebastian Manager J. P. Beckwlth and Supt. R. onvllie'\ and leave tIe gold fields alone, are training more than ever, as none of ,\!,:'
Representative I
I, Wednesday, to assist In the Bay has been busily engaged with T. Golf, of the F. E. C. Ry., passed <*.. '_ them wish to be outdone. ,;;
The first the one-mile
evontVas open
ne Bank.r. various matters In our burg for several through here, yesterday, en route south. ,The office of the above ,0l'JanlzatlonwhIch The Now Steamboat Co. In ihlch there were four entries. Some ,)

J. Y. Miller of the' tannin ex- days during tile past week. He left. for -Mr. G. Trevor Spencer, civil engineerfor has been in Jacksonville during ast tiding: was Indulged In In this race, ,. "

ompany, at this has been J Facksonvllle. on.Wednesday.The the F. C. L.C. A T. Co., who has been the pineapple season, undo the chargeof Passes are now being sent out by the which bad a very pretty finish, John C. it "

Ick with fever this week ". Indian RIver'Guards will give a down on Lake Worth for some days, returned Mr. B..P.successful Porcher, closed season.on Monday Most of, Indian River: Bay Blsoayne Inland Nav- Jones coming In first; Wesley Joyner '
after
Ir. K. B. Baulerson, the well-known dance at the Indian River hotel on to St. Augustine yesterday. We tile summer a very pines have now been shipped gatlon Co., of /St.: Augustine One of second and Arthur Brown third; tho :,iwinner's i,

dealer of Fort PIerce, spent a day Thursday night next, Aug. 12th. Prof. acknowledge a pleasant call. but abont 100 orates a day are still going the above company's steamers -the St. time was 2.41. The riders crossed e '
i town the first of.the week: Kroger will furnish the n u8Ic.. All are -Archdeacon B. F. Brown and wife forward. The fall and winter crop in Augustine at the present time running the tape almost side by side In the
Invited to attend. leave here for between Titusvllle and St. Lucie order named, the three sprocket wheelsof
Ir. cordially expect to Wednesday next the Indian River section will\ be considerable -
Louis A. from Sat- ;
Brady spent I
I until Tuesday In Jacksonville, at-: -Mrs. J M, Hall who has been stay. Brunswick Mallory Line, where steamer they.wilt for New take York.the and It Is estimated, larger. than acknowledge liver, making recolpt two trips of a pass a week.from We the In their n straight respectivemaohlnesbeingalmoat line as they came In. ... ,}Y
to business matters. log In town with her daughtor-ln-law, that of last year.Titusvllle. WesleyJoyner ,
ig some They will spend several weeks north above steamboat company. In the five-mile handicap, ,1iW. 1'
Mrs. R. F. Hall for some months past although. 'P! :
accorded the
Jr. .f. O. Walton left here last Mon- visiting various states and places. was Jones '.'!, I
left on Wednesday for Ltnevllle, Oa., t he came In second. John O. made
Club.
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Savannahher Cycle .
lorning for Jacksonville Struck Lightning.During
points. He is expected, home to spend the balance of the summer. ,-Seven passenger coaches were a partof by the best time, which was 15.10 but he ;j
the excursion train from Miami to was debarred from taking first placo, aa
} or to-morrow. -Mr. Titos. Mitchell was a passenger The 'above organization met at the
Jacksonville\ and all the thunderstorm which visited Brown
on Wednesday, were he accepted the pacing of Arthur ,
southbound train to Cocoa
x: AsscBor J. F. Wooten, of Cocoa, on where Monday's the office of the I. R. & L. W. P.Growers' ,. well filled. There were many down-river Indian' River hotel, Tltusvlllo\ last nllthtl his section 'last Friday morning, the who with Sam Perkins and Fentresa
i town a day or so the first of the Association has been removedfor people on board, but too many to enumerate to appoint ollloers for the residence Titusvllle, of Mrs. it. F. Davis, had dropped out from the race
attending to business with, they the balance of the shipping season. their names. Quite a number of lager of Its existence, as follows : E. Ball\ was struck by lightning the top of Five riders entered for the three-mile
white and colored folks from B. president; Roswell Culeman, demolished and Jones ''
Commissioner both Titus the brick chimney being lap race, vis., Brown, Joyner, ,
-Dr. II. Martin, the popular represen vllle\ took advantage qf the excursionto vice-president; John C. Jones, secretary, the plastering In two rooms loosened Perkins and Davis, Joyner winning the
veral Titusvillians tqok advantage tative of H. Mason fe Co.,' Jacksonville, visit the metropolis.Mr. and .F. O. Williams, treasuier. G. F.f Mrs. Hall's baby which was swinging In vent with sixteen points to his favor InU.IH.
I cheap excursion to Jacksonville passed through/ here, Saturday last, en f Duren, P. E. Puckett, M. F. Goldsmith its cot just a little distance .from the Brown was second with fifteen
to Monday last. The cars .M. E. Gruber, West Palm Beach'sprominent will- constitute the
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aturday and
Wesley Joyner stunned
successful business
riders
route beme after a btmnoy which was struck, was points, while the balance of the
well filled.with people from points trip along the East Coast as far as Miami. hardware merchant, passed board of directors. by the shuck, but soon rallied, and Is drooped out. Brown 'was first In the
I of here. through here, Wednesday, en route to whoso Is the
The club, object) prnmo- all\ again. lint and second In the last
There will be preaching at the Baptist Charlotte, N. C., for a vacation of sever Lion of good roads, bicycle race track for now right three laps
the Line Is cheap ex- three while was third mann v
a Joyner
Clyde giving laps
church, Titusvllle, on Sunday next, the al weeks' duration. Mrs. Gruber accompanied the encouragement of bicycle sports, and ;
pn rate to New York and return, by 8th lost;, at 11 a. m. and 7:30( p. m., the her husband as far as Titusvllle\ of physical and social development County Court. the first lap, second In the next two,. tt
the G. A. K.riprnent I lost Joyner com-
for In the three
elegant steamers first laps.
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N. ChaudoIn offioiating Sunday will here with her
W.
Rev. ; and probably stay among Its members, has already an actIve -
the last lap se-
See notice ahead of Brown
Buffalo. on In on
at
school at 10 a. m. All are cordially invited mother Mrs. L. It. Decker, until Mr. membership of sixteen, and It is Brevard County Court convenes at the lag to that .
Del cured for him the race, as up
page.
i II Gruber return south. thought many more will soon join: As oourthouae,'fltulIVllIe, on Monday next, time both riders were even, .In. points,

Ir. F H. Woolston, the' bustling\ I -Mr. Adhemar'Brady, adthor of the -Mr. James T. Sanders, one of MI- It Is an organization of considerable the Oth Inst., and the following are the which made the excitement more Intense ;
tentative of Little Brol., Fertlllzer little book on National Money, lately amPs prominent attorneys, came up to merit, we trust it wilt meet with the names of those selected to serve as jurore towards the finish. Both Joyner and )

. turned to Jacksonville on Wednesfter issued, returned to town Friday after. town Tuesday, returning home next success It deserves.Brcvurd : J. T. Snell, Uoo. F. Paddlson, II. Brown rode well In this event. I "

a successful business trip down. noon last, from Atlanta, where be has day. lie will be up again to-morrow, Roberts Chas. Smith, W. D. Edwards,

fast Coast.Ir. been engaged for some weeks past introducing however, and on Monday at the county School Board. A. D. Mayt, Jas. S. luck Iflooth M. d. Sams, School Teachers Appointments.

and Mrs. E. P. Porcher and (amassed his work and attending to other court, will represent the batch of color- I It. J. Henderson, W..E. II. A.

through here, Monday, en matters In connection with its circulation. ed men, who were caught gambling, last Holmes and J. II. Chancey. There are of
i home to Cocoa from Jacksonville De expects to remain here for a while week at Ooatville, near Eden. f. L. The School Board had their regular quite number of evildoers Incarcerated Below we give: a list of the names la
i they have been pleasantly locatedbg now. Pierce will also have Mr Sanders for monthly meeting- the schoolhouse usualmembers In the jail, and this sitting or the court the teachers) and their appointments t
the
his counsel.We Titusvllle, on Monday, when the will in probability\ be a busy one. the Brevard county schools for corning *
the -past three months. -L. R. Decker, of Tltusville, certainly were present. The Board bad term, up to the present time. Thereare

Jr. Geo. W. Scoble left for New t has a flue stock of lumber on hand, bog to call the attention of our a very busy session, appointing teachers, Badly Scalded. applicants who will\ be assigned to
kn, Conn., again Monday, to bebt and any of the ADVOCATE: readers con: readers to the ad. of the Merrill-Stevens eto., but unfortunately could not make the vacant schools, but transfers may beneoeuarr' as
perhaps two or more weeks, as we templatiog building would do well to Engineering Co., of Jacksonville on our tran.fer. which would have placed Miss I so that the appointments will i
Irstand that Mrs. Scoble is not. Im- give Mr. Decker a chance to estimate on 8th page. This company Is well and reliably : Dart at Cocoa, as requested pa- Dr. If. C. Hood 01 Palm Beach, came probability be published before
png In health as was hoped.- what they will\ need. He Is here to do known throughout the state, and trons. To do so, they would have had up to town Frldallut with Engineer ,' September. r
business, and if good material and satisfactory needs no further comment from us. We to annul a contract which would have Fred A mason, who was Injured In the No. 1. LI\Granjte- ,
ttorney Geo. M. RobbIns, left here, prices can assist him, be Is boundto will say, however, that for a very moderate caused a teacher to lose her chance of Cast Coast Railway wreck last. week. 2. Titusvllle. -Miss S. F. Brown
day last, for Jacksonville, where he succeed. amount of money a very good steam employment la the Brevard schools: the At this point he turned the Injured over Mrs. A. W. sweet Miss Ida 1C. Bates.
I to represent Mn and Mrs. L. A.fy affable and boat JJ7 feet long, and other dimensions coming term. to the care of Or" II. R. Wilson, who so-. '. a. City Point-Laura, F. Sharp. {;

In the sale of the Farkhurst prop- -Mrs. Julia D. of Tuttka that, the fine piece of In proportion, for pleasure or business, Two schools, one at Mloco, and anothernear companied him to St. Augustine, where 4. Ilockledne.-Koblna Kent
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lie returned home Tuesday. energetic at owner Miami known as Fort Dallas and which can be handled by one man, Andrews (north of Eden), were ordered he was admitted to the railway hospital. a. Kau Osllle-E. Emma Dart '
Irchdeacon B. F. Brown will holde property ,.Titusvllle Saturday will be built by the above company for to established., An examination of the man's Injuries by 0. Fort 1'lorcJ W. llodgo.
through ,
service In St. Gabriel's Episcopalch passed last en route home after payIng anyone needing such a craft. See particulars J. O. Fries, county surveyor, presented J>rs. Wurley and Wilson, ,proved that 8. Mlms---
Titusville, on Sunday next, the !'afternoon a visit to, New York, ,Cleveland, In their advertisement. the Board with the map showing the hey were not dangerous, although, be 0.. t). Itearas-Kitty Martin. -

nat., at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Holy Washington, and other places. Mrs. location of all the schools In Brevard, was badly scalded and bruised. ". 10. fchlloh-Lillian Britton.Mlms.
Imunlon at the morning servIce.r. Tuttle certainly looked well In health Engaged. which was accepted. The Board already 11. Waveland-Venetla ,*/ r
her find It very tleslreable. NEW YOU 1C NOTKS.' .14 12. Melbourne--Sue Hopkins. ,,
r. Geo. W. Allen, the recentlyaped after trip.Griber The announcement has been made of 11. l.otuAnnle Tsylor.
collector of the port of Key West, A: Grtggs/ of this place, have the ngagement of Miss Julia .Dlsmukes York IS. Fort Drum Vlrgle Wlgfleld.! I
been upending several days In Jack- bought out the stock of groceries which and Mr. jack McOoolgle,'sun of the Rev. The Steamer Holedad. [From our New Correspondent.] 10. Courtenay-Frances Sinclair.

|lie this week. He passed through Mr. C. J. Tales recently put Into their J. N. MoGonlgle, of St. Augustine New YOHS-, Aug. 3, 181)1. 17:. Indlanola-Geo. W. Scbnyler.
svllle on Saturday's northbound 1 store, and are now prepared to supply The repairs to the steamer Soledad, 1""$. Kay VIew-A. E. Sams. T
the people of Titusvllle and neighborhood I t which has been InJackaonvllIe for sever The fact that Leon Godchaus the 19. Eden''
at rock-bottom prices, Indian Hirer Guard,Attention the producer In the United Malabar. Blanche Carter.
with goods al months past, are continuing: at largest sugar 20.
|Tbe-F. E. C. R'y. construction traind We for these last week to the l'febISUao-D. 11'. Hardesty.
strictly for cash. predict Merrill-Stevens Engineering Company, States( telegraphed 21.: y
through here last night/ with the energetic young men a liberal patronage, There will be a meeting of the above and the steamer again begins to look like manKvr of his Louisiana plantations to '. :M. Cocoa Alice Browning.
ked engine, etc., which figured in as we believe them to be strictly .reliableIn organization at the armory, Titusvllle, business. Tile steel plates were nearlyall advance the wages of all his Hold labor 1. Oran edale-R. W.SIugletary.

Itrestle mishap near West Palm Beach all their dealings.Miss on Tuesday night next, the loth Inst., torn off, and replaced with new ones, 10} per cent on Aug. 1st, In consequenceof it. 21, Arteala-O. R. flams
[week, on Its way to St. Augultlne'I'' when all members are requested to be besides which the boilers and engines the passage of the Dingier tariff law, 211. Spruce Bluff T l
returned to town
e repair shops.Mr. = Aline Brady Dy order of this law Is to Leila D. Anthony,
afternoon present. have been overhauled, and other work ndlcattfS the great benefit :N). Georgians-
: from East Boston last Friday A. TrtFKASTBSV of south where can It IIartn nd-Wlllle M. Otwell.
13.000: will\ have been those parts the sugar 31.
done. Probably
and Mrs. J. F. Mitchell passedugh
the by quitea
[ she met at depot *
when was Captain. will therefore come E. M. Schofield.It .
the time that the be ; Florida 32. St. Lucle-
here, Monday, en route home toa circle of her young: friends, who expended In repairs by grown e
large This
for her share of the benefit. 3:'. Midway-
from work shall be done. In
Jacksonville, where they have her with them li/
been for several months past, while are again.delighted Miss Aline to has been attending a! Bargain* Dry Goods. The steamer la now under the Colombian means also that the employees In the It,. 31. Troplo-Stella Mlms.
sugar-bouses and refineries will\ receive Bovine
and before she can begin ser 83.art.. -
I Pe Mitchell was business assisting of la the the I. R.pine A musical conservatory Titasville during and In her her lear'aabsence execution In order to make room for my fall vice in flag the, coastwise trade, it will\ be an Increase of wages of from 20 to 80 per Ihntenl11e-KIUy Martin. .
from '
". shipping decidedImprovement stock, I will offer special bargains In for her to have an American .",. Jensen-Lucy i'. Moore.
AseoclaUon.Mr on the pianoforte shows a renderIng every department of my dry goods estab registry.necessary The Intention was to have bad cent.A member of the New Orleans sugar ", 11. White City Clara Sogaard.'
and a1r.\I1ln\
and Mrs. L. C. Demaree, well In touch lishment. I have a good, large and .a Dill passed by the recent Congress,but exchange says the tariff law Is the most ,,:I. Grant-Ida M. Dodson.
rwn on Indian River, are now In Mt. difficult pieces. varied stock to select from, and will\ be on account of the Tariff Bill, this was favorable to sugar producers this country 43. Woodley-- Cf;

''ret, Ky. where they are arranging -Mrs. II. Watton left on Wednesday pleased to have my patrons call and found to be Impossible, and It will\ now has ever had. It will stimulate production 44. Canaveral-Mary Burtns. e, I
select, of the Clyde examine It. shall and beholds that for this reason 41.: +-'
pen a high school. We underd for New York, by way have to be put off until Congress Banyan
by a letter from Mr. Demaree, steamer which sailed yesterday, en routeto Jet-ins Kuurr' meet again. fa December. It Is not likely to meet with much opposition 4tl. Wabasso-Lacy Leathermsn.
where she will spend Titusvllle, :Fla. call for Its repeal for Dlxon's
t their prospects are very flattering Essex, England, or cause a 47. ;
the ADYOCATK Joins with Mr. and the balance of the summer and probablythe Slag many years to come. Florida gut to I -_. --- ---. .--

i. Demaree's many friends In wish- winter. Mrs. Watton, who was accompanied State Bank of Eau Gallle Stockholder Lime. work on sugar now. If you ever intend A Fine Hotel for Sale.
them unbounded success. as far as Jacksonville by her tot l I'
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Meeting.A
husband, will cross the "herring pond"by 'Tea tons for sale cheap. Address Owner wishing to retire, will\ sell the
the American Line,steamer St. Louie G. V. PADDISOY Christina tOur oldest and best known transient and

TOTE REPAIRING done by Anthony We acknowledge a pleasant call from special meeting of the stockholders Eau OBlefJ1a. family hotel In Asheville, N. C. Small 1
roe-i West Palm Beach, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Walton.Grapefruit of the State Bank of Kan GallU will be cash payment. Central location aa4
held at the bank building said bank In Cocoa, Fla. :
pricei9
to :
Buda for Sale. Eau Gallle, Brevsrd county, Fla.at 9 For Sale. Duvsl per gaL (Jogs extra). valuable frontage. Apply Box 665
LOCK ,
Bones. Wanted.ve North Carolina (old) $3 gal. :*
O'clock. m., on August 31st 1897, 'for per N. C.
Asheville, Yl'
Of Direct business thriving townon Penn. and other Re .3 VUO. $4, 15.
bode one the purpose of electing Board A good grocery ;
hundred grapefruit
:Five $1.25
order of Board of Directors. Cast Coast fine location: small capital Bottled Beer per doi. $ .ro, $1.79
budded orange tore
10ar'1Ioaea and send them to the old $20 100. Also By ; and Send the ADTOCATB an ordor for any
year per HABDEK, (Signed) 'J. H. D. Smith, required. Address, "( rtoesa," Per 10-do. cask, 910, $10.60, $11.00, {
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rtlle ksonvilto Fertilizer Co., South Jack trees. Sebastian, Fla. Cashier. ear ADTOCAT, TUusrtUs-, Fla. $12.50. J. D. Cs4ea.Rht Job printing, you need.]
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ll a r t r \ 1 wine Is wanted use at first the same WHAT, T6'EAT THESE' HOT. All the People Michigan Lumber and Manufacturing Co

,themselves healthy and .
ScrofulaSore of and water but ferment DATS. Should keep
: quantity sugar especial caw should be given to this MANUFACTURERS OF -
the husk only twenty-four hours, Instead -
1 _. on matter at thtetime. Health depends upon .
i ii
r of'thirty-six'then,, press; and to Healthful Dishes That Can be blood for when the blood Is Pine Lumber Mill Stuff Sidings

i *i* Health Was Creatly Impaired, But every gallon of juice thus obtained use Prepared With Little Fire.'During impure impoverished diseases result.of various Cypress or Fiooriij

Hood's Saraaparllla Built ltU| pound of which put Into the kinds are almost certain to -

r ; ; Sores Have All Disappeared. barrel one with the sugar juloe or masb; stir with the hot months,'" writes Mrs,: The one\true. By blood Its power purifier to purify Is Hood'sSarsaparllla. and Ceilings and Mouldings, Packing, Boxes: and Crates. Turning and Scroll W

; "1 wss troubled with eruption on 11117 a stick until the sugar Is dissolved and 8. T. Borer In the August Ladles' Home vltillze the blood it has proved Itself to Good work and material at loW' prices. Take .Main street oar: line to mm

a, face which appeared like scrofula. 1fcealth lay the barrel on skids In al"cool a place Journal "the diet should consist largely. be the safeguard of health, and the record ,

1/ P was so much Impaired that I waa as possible. Wines, either dry or sweet, of dainty cold, lean meat, green succulent of remarkable cures effected proves office. _
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i I f advised to take Hood's Barsaparllla to vegetables, and fruits.. It Is a popular that It has wonderful power over disease.It old line 485.: Jacksonville
racked fermentation )
i 1 must be off as soon as cures when Telephone ( Fla
build me up, and I bought six: : bottle .. fallacy that the tree'use of sub-acid actually and permanently do ,
has ceased. fail to any
p 3 ;' t 1 :Before I had taken halt of this amount I fruits during hot weather causes disturbances all other preparations .
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whatever.
I I 1 j found that I Improving. I could reet of the bowels. No diet Is more good

"f ; better night., and felt refreshed In thl, Protect yourself against sickness and ; it Is ,
1'+ than fruit provided
1 m nlnr. 1 gained in flesh and when IlIad suffering by keeping your blood rich and healthful ripe Cheap Rates C. A.; It.' Encampment -

t finished the six betties the sore i Gn Ii with Hood's Sarsuparllla. Weak, properly masticated and swallowed before Buffalo, N. Y. HARRY I{ MASON &
t bin
my face bad all disappeared.''' J.B. OD.;: ,' Impure blood Is sure to result in or After". bread and butter but never C

DlIDl'ostmalter. Nashville, No. Corolla disease: with i<; "
d a "After .suffering from a sore leg for 2 "The lighter wheat preparations suchas Account of above occasion the Plant
Jobbers in
r4 Hood's Pills are easy to take easy to offers an exceedingly low rate Fine Import
,. k .1 'ati a years, tour bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilnsde operate. Cure Indigestion biliousness.ZOo > farina, wbeatlet and ,glutena, shouldbe of System$20.70round trip Jacksonville to II. MASON Jk CO. r

"* f M a complete cure. It several yeara I.. substituted for the beat-giving oat- Buffalo and return, giving choice of W Bay Street.JACKSONvtLLE.,

q' p ince I took Hood's Barsaparllla, but I meal for. breakfast.' Cook enough one three all rail routes, via. Savannah Liquors' and Cigars

r lave not suffered with any sore or erysi; Curing. Tobacco.The \ morning to last two as they'are Just as Charleston and Coast Line or Montgomery HJ
i : elas. In that time." MBS. M. J. HARTLBXiovett V. and Birmingham, or Atlanta and
; : palatable cold as they are hot. While sleepers
1 I Georgia. ItemembHood's of this Im- Chattanooga. Through Pullman
principal part very : Grade Whiskies
i it fried food may seem a little out of placein leave 'Jacksonville, 8:20: a.. m., and Etc
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what is ,
Sorso'parillab ; portant operation appears to be attractive
j -
the warm weather there are certain 7:00: p. m., on the quickest, most

,, 4 the Bent'-the One True Blood Purifier. ]Be1U1' called the betunlng. This Is a fermentIng light dishes that may be utilized for and convenient schedules. ,Tickets .............-..
f'' 1 ''r { ''- to get Hood's and only Bood's. process, by which the aromatic qualities Cornmeal croquettes sold Aug. 20 to 22, limited Sept..1st. All Whls dell-Imported and Domestic, Southern Belle,Rock and Rye.,..............from 'llJOJIIInrandlDome
); J breakfast. hominy rail and water route can le, Dlackberry, and pea.ch and honey ,. ...
''i r? 'i Hood's Pills ft"ytotoke to rate.> easy. op from the aroma thus obtained dependsIn and ....... .. "'. .. from
.. made the day before and simply fried at trip via Plant System to Savannah RI1m WlnePort' Ctttawi>ft"Musoatei"ciaret'eto.Virom.'I.; ,...'.'...'.'.......SIIIOJIII'
I great measure on the value,, of thereadymade and cucumbers Ocean Steamship Line to New York this .n.......__ ........... .....-,........................,...from 82 at.a ro1eClaretsFlnestBrawl5. ,
product., This process, is serving time. Squash rate includes meals and bertha on steamer B0" ....... ......,.... ..".,,... ................from' -J0p:. per<"
Free and and fried. In the chafing aaeAll"other Brands Low Prices.
may be dipped the cheapest and most delightful Fine at equally ,
tobacco making
carried out soaking the dried !
by dish one may have ehlpped beef trip on the finest and fastest Jugs and demijohns will be packed in boxes when so requested, without a
\. Accepted Masons leaves in a sauce prepared- for this purpose creamed or fricasseed barbecued beef coastwise, vessels afloat.,. Tickets sold tra'cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company i
from other tobacco of good flavor warmnd In little tomato for steamers leaving Savannah Aug. 1416171820 not take liquor' C. O. D.' Send money with order to save delay and tiouble.
cold mutton a
and then letting the leaves thus treated r and 21st, 8:20 a. m.; train will Send for Price List or call upon MASON & CO.,
", 'Undergo a sweating .reaction during sauce, and dishes of eggs such as ome- make a direct oonnoctlon with all these 301, 807, 800, Sli,.W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, FLA,

Q Indian j: Tltu.vl1eRiver \ lets, scrambled egg.; creamed eggs or !failings! Secure tickets reading Plant
I which considerable heat is developed detail arrangements
,Fla. poached eggs. System from Jacksonville any
I" .. Lodge, ,No. I pO and which terminates with. the finishingof "Fruit' should be served In a flat dish will be perfected for you and
answered. Pullman line in the
the tobacco. promptly Stat
inquiries
i with, if the,weather is hot, a little chop- reservations will be BICYCLES.Best
steamer
Holds Its meeting the second and fourth Frl-:, Modern bacteriology has proved that or
o've1' It. Fruit that Is the
ice sprinkled notice
given
ped
i I of each mouth at the Court house,Titudue .. the flavor obtained depends solely made in advance on
,.. at 7:30 p. m. ; upoq very acid should not be served too Cold. undersigned.R. .
Y" A. T. Feaster Worshipful Master the quality of the bacteria which causes Powdered sugar and cream should ac- L. TODD, Division Pass Agent.C. .
Oeo. W. Soobie Senior Warden this fermenting process', and that if a In H. HOWARD,City Pass. Agent.; us111i \
n '.w I R. F. Hall Junior Warden. false fermentation occurs, the tobaccoIs company the fruit course. the placeof G. W. FA.MKHIIX, City Tkt. Agent. .LUTHT' 15000. I .
[ chops Or steaks we may have eggplant; tickets limited to Oct. 31st.
i B. K, \Vilnon Treasurer. Steamer '
1 j has
I greatly lessened in its value It 100 $75.00.
1 ,1 ;J. Mendel Secretary.( broiled or tried tomatoes,, panned tomatoes FOWLER $ ,
+ M. s.' Same, Senior Deooon. even been shown by Mr. Suchsland that omelet with omelet .
Forever
(; r a dainty peas To Car Constipation -
o J. A. Ilnppeiaotto, Junior Deacon. tobacco of Inferior value may greatly be or with parsley following Take Cnucurets Candy Catnartlc. lOo or SSe! CLEVELAND, tlOQ $85.00.
with tips
;, A. A. Stewart, T. H. Sanders, steward improved In Its quality by treating the asparagus If U U. O. all to cure,druggists. refund monev.WANTED \
s k the fruit. Corn oyster. and corn WESTFIELD t75.00. $60.00. .
D. A, Gelger Chaplain. I .
> ,1 In the manner with "rein-
; y same proper also take the place of meat. MEN OR
FAITHFUL
h A. Froscher Tyler Fritters may ,
cultures" of bacteria obtained from, W r.wtm.. I n iMr fn, rv.
coffee, tea, choclate and ,milk are. of to travel for responsible. t
f., higher grades. It Is therefore the greatest .in Florida. Salary
istablished house
the ; *
In winter B. MANIER Jr.
jourse, In summer, as .
,
i HINTS ON CANNING AND Importance In curing tobacco. exclude breakfast leverages"There '(780 and expenses. Position perinanmt. .
: from the same" all mucors and bas Reference. Enclose self-addressed ,
E8I2UVINO. Jacksonville Fla
c ,d, tamped envelope. The National Star ,
cllll, which may\de.troy the action of and property to the
Is
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money insurance: Bldg., Chicago.
In the August Ladles' Home'.Journa tjhe proper ferment, and further to,take value of over,>$59,000.000. chancery In go- With Freyer 4:; Bradley Music Co.; *

4' '' r Mr. 8. T, Rorer writes on "Canning and care That the sauce used for soaking the England. *. .

} Yy it preserving.' At the outset of her lasso tobacco leaves Is free from all elements ALEX NEAR. ERNEST TAYI.OR.NEAR .

ti'' ;: v f she emphasizes the value of seourln which' might Interfere with the generation Cascareta Everybody Candy Cathartic Say,So.the most won- & TAYLOR ,. o = -S. :eI: :.. TJ'M: : : : : t dc CO. ,
fine flavor The to
the of way
i perfectly sound and fresh fruits, and proper del'ful medical discovery[ of the age, pleasant -
y.l control this work Is the examination of to the taste act gently McAllister.) 1-- DEALERS IN ,-
d acres city of getting the cans and tannin '{ and refreshing! (Successors to John
+' p appurtenances la readiness In advanci"To tobacco leaves and of the "sauce by a and cleansing positively the on entire kidneys system,liver, dispel and bowels colds, ::FW1.n.e: 1.n..es: and: Liquor

the powerful microscope, and to follow up headache, fever, habitual constipation Artesian Well Contractors .
f prevent breakage when filling sure box *vl' 41JACKSONVILLE W... Bay St!,
4: and biliousness. Please buy and try a ..
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the
the of fermentation by same \
\'f'! ,Jars," Mrs. Rorer advises that they be process of C. O. C to-dav10) 2IO/ cents gold and ,. i '. F
lipped "sldewlse Into a kettle of hot Instrument In the manner taught us by ruaranteed to cure by all druggists. EAU GALLIE. FLA. r ,

them that part modern bacterloloal ts. This Is especially 7 RICH WINES create good, rich I tal
f water rolling so every blood. Don't make the ml.uItLI' (
1' j spay be quickly and uniformly heated necessary here in Florida where F. M. BURST Treasurer. Dsthy,, sour poor wine beouu Hi
of different and E. WlNCHKNDAcn Manager.: ? It In not. It baa a eat f,it
abundance fnuoors
w ;1's .,:Jold a damp towelf place It In the bo- an : effect upon the SMitom will
microscopical mushrooms Infect 'ad : good wine is really not expen.ln,
thpreservingkettle )
+ I torn of a pudding pan; then near
F that ,
r ; stand a jar ,on tbe thing.-Dr. O. Grothe In Ooala Banner, FLORIDA MACHINE WORKS, ;;:". satisaeu on feeling, pUIl\d-togulber
Kff' We make a Specialty of forth
: towel, and if the fruit Is small adustth lies Mountain Dew Corn Wbinkej.it

funnel; fill quickly to overflowing. Run Buckingham's Dye for the whiskers I I. r: years old, f 2.00 per gallon.
11 IRON and BRASS CASTINGS. Parties living in Dry Towni eel
a heated silver knife around the Inside the best,handiest,safest surest cleanest well to order from us as we at *
I .' that most economical and satisfactory dYII! them M per cent on all orders.
of the jar to break I1ny'air bubbles & Accurately Done
ever invented. It is the gentlemen'afavorite. General Repairing Promptly I3P'Always send money with cite
: may have been caught with the fruit, / We will not open new account UM

; t and adjust the rubber, then lift the lid Columns jggtezgbj Sbattlng,Pulleys, HangersSash suitable No Qoods Jacksonville sent C. O.reference D to Dry li Tow|ta
it at Iron Building / att\ i Agent for Indlanopnlln resln<
from the hot water and place once i W :
i I Educate Tour Bowel With Cuncarat iBi rEBfes and Boxes In Stock. Brewers and Bottlers.,Indiana polul
i If large fruit fill with a wooden spoon, Candy Cnthartle, cure. constipation. (oreveilOo '. Weights I and Orate El./nKH yB. Hercules Malt Tonic S&25: per cage Clayton &,Russell Wild Cherry Brandy,$4.ISO percale
arranging the fruit so that the weight of ,2Bo. II O.O.O. all,druggists/ refund monej VIIBHH fpjrHn| Saw Mandrels. of all SlzeiTelephone .

P' one piece will not destroy the shape ot Bars a Specialty. Furnished I .

3 another. Fill\ to overflowing with tin Great Estate Sold.. .f .

1 ;'.l t.. liquid,water or syrup, and fasten tightly S"C'G-.A. ., .. J.WZLLS.: A Fertilizer for Fruit c

z1 n' After sealing stand the jars out of i a Ardrose the Rosshlre estate on which 102. Office and Shops at End of Viaduct in Riverside, -

that' .
The glass by
night.
draught over
the second Duke of Sutherland spent$2,. JACKSONVILLE FLO'RIDA.GEORG .
t 'i' time will have contracted, and the lid, h' .. .. .. "The Ideal Pineapple Fertflla1,,
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thiWoroestershire
K,000) ) has been sold to Mr. Pen-Ins,
j' will, In ,consequence, be loose. Wipe
The
sauce manufacturer. <
I each jar carefully and give the top ai estate comprises 36,000 acres, including : MARX JOHN MARS.'MARX Prioo ttg6.OO :ler Ton. '

,extra turn. Put away in a cool nGt 10,000 acres of grouse moors and 12,000'( GUARANTEED ANALYSIS :........
BROS.;
"s'' cold dark closet At the end of a week acres of deer forest. .. Moisture'.... . .. .. .. .. .. .... ., .'8 to 10 Per Cent.
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+' ;' exam IDe each! jnr carefully,without' shak ,'aL Wholesale Dealers In- Ammonia . .. ..;. .', .. .. . .. ... .4% to 6 I' "

;j 4 tag or disturbing more. than necessary,. "' Phosphoric Acid..q., .,. .,. .5 to 6" "
=
1 x, If 1911'sled the lids slightly Indented,,, Groceries:: :: :; Z :xvLit stxa.d.: :DPxod.-u.co.: : I Potash (Actual.8. to 8" "

the contents free from air bubbles or 131 and 133 East Bay Street and 8 and8N.wnanStreet, Made exclusively from Bright Cotton Seed Meal,Nitrate of Soda, Blood,W

r t troth and the liquid settled you 'may J'ack.&C1'V"I.11e, : I F1orl.Cl.a.: l Dissolved Phosphate Fine Ground Tobacco Stems and Sulphate of POt.1Sh.k f fd

assured will keep.' If do "4'1ONE By Write for directions using and further particulars;
rest 'they you
r of "Economical Fertilizing for Fruit." We a large stock of all rtm
THE CITY. copy carry
1P aot find It so, open the jars to prevent OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN zer Material Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust Potash etc Write for price

-1} ) bursting. Rebeat the fruit, being careful fore buying. We seek the growers trade direct

to bring It to a boiling point and re- We are headquarters fortall kinds of Seed and'Eatlnlt Potatoes and Cow Peas;
1A WILSON & TOOMER Fertilizer Co.
1 42< Art Beauty It. guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay Grain and Feed. We want ,

a+ can., / 1 wicficpd! your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased. The Fertilizer4 House of Florida,

t g ,QllAPE WINE. strongest".tel the nature .. MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE: FLA. Jacksonville Fla.

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'Readers of the ADVOCATE will below r -,, A woman's -
.-e' personal aNtractiveness : .
l; find a first-class recipe for making grape : Magnolia Grocery....
1 wine. Follow the directions closely U I I.the weapon with which she conquer her THE PAINT STORE.
world. Almost every woman believe, that
,a 'you need a good wine: the posses*** at least some one attractive H. A. HENRY, Proprietor. ,

F Crush the grapes, eatlnute how much feature and atri vea to make the moat of that II Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
: But mere regularity of feature i I. not the
Juice is In the grapes crushed add same moat attractive form of beauty.

pounds quantity of of sugar water for with every two gallon and of a half water glowiag Mankind vitality i* more of perfect influenced health.by the classic bright ***l STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.***; ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS,

cut of countenance will not make a woman
added. Stir the'muh well four or attractive and captivating, if she i* pale Write or call for our Cash Price List,which will please you.
_ late at and thin, weak and nervous, or hal a pimply X7 11 -' :Paper: :
night
w' five times a day, ve'1'yearTy
FLA.
completion or unwholesome breath. 103 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE. .
'; next morning; or else to avoid These complaints are due to imperfect Telephone No. 355.
r nutrition. The digestive! and blood-making
stirring, keep the pomace well Immersed
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organ fail to extract the needed nourishment Oiit&ido Cold ga3nt.
Water
r In.the liquid the best way that can be from the food, and the liver la too largish ., ---- : ;
I Iron In contact to cleanse the blood of bilious impurities. -
devised not having any '
I i t The entire constitution! become weak W. B.: D.&WSOXT I. E. BAIRD &' CO.
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$ with the wine. After the mash has been and poisoned. ,

fermenting about thirty-six hours pressit The only perfect antidote for this state of 'r:
quickly to avoid acetic fermentation. things is Dr. Pierce'. Golden Medical DI. Wholesale and Retail 53 West Bay & Laura Sts., .. JACKSOXVIIJA
covery. It give power to the digestive and
I barrel into which the liquid to make abundance of .
The keg or auMUnorg.ns an
'' Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes,. and Room Mouldings.SAW
vitalised blood which
{" (a poured must be filled and some of the pore rich highly ,
permeate the whole system with the sweet- WINE &
wine put aside In jars or small kegs, to Ben of parity; the beauty womanly vigor LIQUOR MERCHANT. r

'l fill up the.barrel again when the fermentation tad It create.animation.solid healthy flesh. and natural A."JDaI'LANDiG" MILLS JACKSOSTII.I.EB. : PARR cat
of
1 Is over. color.; clear.the complexion. ;dlajel.wrlak. Pnlatk. Flo. B.y at. root
After filling the barrel, put the bung Ilea; round out the form and imbue.. the
'1 119 West Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.
who1. physique with the irresistible natural WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
+ In the hole; make a hole In the bung I I nagnetiam of perfect health. ,

I about the size of a lead pencil and Insert .. Mia' Ivlla K1U. of Faith, McLean Co.. K,.., Fine Old Imported and Domestic Wines Havana
the end of a piece of rubber tubing writ: 1 After uffcrins for a long while with a Liquors, Manufacturers of -
{ serins'dismae I.....advised to try Dr.Pierce' .
In the hole;f then put the other end of BcdiciM*. I took men bottles oTthe 'OoId.... '
Mexican and Florida .
Lath
and Cigars.FINE
Fa tOrita
Medical Ptacowry' < Prescription and
Lumber
the tubing In a bucket of water. As the ind, fond relief Life i.now no longer a burden Cypress Shingles
am. Iweigk i_pound ,
b the1gas edi
will piercede.dk
fermentation proceeds, escape .I* pound. I shall FANOY G.Iw(7ERIES.. *
Into the bucket of water, but willSsot vherevvr. I go. I IKiheebetter. than m befor A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring c 1ulIg. siding mouldings,

allow air to get:"Into-. the barrel, to t II hat> health I owe great was very deal math to yo impaired wonderful, and medl.fees. I feel. YHISKETS. from $3.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Goods ith and pickets always on hand, thus assuring'prompt shipments

"''r turn the wine soar. ,ran for.. I the_ advice)'believe. which they aa von.ed so.kindly.,.U e.ga I"thank as* BV Price List upon application. Your ;Jug Trade Solicited. aonldlngs of all patterns a specialty. _

This: will make a dry wine. If a sweet ekes tafctag your niadktee. *," If TOO wish to open an account you must give first-class city references. When at home, write as for prices; when up OUT yroom9 and see


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. INDIAN XtlYBR ADYOCJT. AUGUST Gw 18 7.' e ,. :

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fgsseionalxRoBDt. Cards. PRUNING FIGS. w UNCLE SAM'S AUCTION SALE 00 IOU WANT SD1IETHmG'': Orange's ;

: INDIAN H1VER OUAR1W..
.. pruning of the'flg varies accordingto A.asa1 Dbp o.l *f the Asara' "C M AND CHAP ?' J
.. t WALTS.GSAZAal.BINS u.. Wad lt .r oa_ : Detilta* the Armory, over..onnty JiUI. every GOOD :
GRAHAM, the age of the trees and the purpose 1'\1......* evening. In the mwrth..l a o'elwkT '
d of the "institutions"of T. WACTKII: ,Captain.1NINEB1CNDKXT feeders of Potash.
One queerest A. heavy
for which pruning Is done. While other is the annual .A..o,abetraot rbualug I per/eot title 91 pi are :

ATTORNEYS-LAW, fruit trees require yearly; and generally the national! capital dead letter offloa, furoldhed to each purohaier of any Potash exerts, a marked influence
sale of the
clearance ORDER CtOOD TKMPLAR8 lands In Uravnrd county=
lBlfouB8 -From 10 to 12 .. m., heavy pruning to Insure fruit of good In which avast; accumulation articles TThwvtlle t.o.lp< No. "mete every Tnrdayvs.arn of Right the following front! on the nortdi side of Mesta. on the quality and ., '

andito.p.m. quality the object in pruning the fig le gono astray in the mails is sold to the Taro In ITtMibTterian: .hnrh.. IMbll street, TituRvllle. Ripurtan right, ear City of the fruit. Florida soils ,

USVlLLB, Brevard Co., Florida. simply, or at least principally to keep }highest bidders. The auction house J meeting Brut Tuesday Mh m..ntb. trod! to the channel, "udllIe City Wharf: i largely deficient m, Pot- : ,'

01,108.I the tree healthy and give air and lIght where it is held is-continually crowded C. A.OARDNKR.\ Seo't. o. "W. 8COHIK.C.TXCHUBCMKS. .;. extends along the lot ".,the south.aide. being of

practice In all the court*-eute and fed to the fruit. The most Important rule with excited men, women and children There Is a large warehouse on the lot a& ash, a heavy application a
it the bargain counters during ... the bulkhead of the Cl% Wharf whlohamis not less
and perfect fertilizer
for examining the Is that and beijide containing
Hal Mitttles to be observed In pruning fig sa havens of Best, : ( with the property. and l.OUU feet of "
the holidays are
hd titles. no branch shall be cut off squarely or be ; Sam into the jonk- rentable property slump the city landing !than 12% of'
for when Uncle goes
cut bank so as to'leave a stump. This I. things are expect Efl8COp.u.anraCH. property\ including warehouse,

1 CARY-ELWES, almost surely fatal to the quality and. od.shop As business in the great church fair raffle, yon Services the and and 4U Sunday In each Foef -, ; Actual I Potash.should .

PUBLIC, quantity of Its fruit. When It become small amount of money and trust month at 11 a.m.and T:tit p.m. Sundayiohuo. '
NOTARY pay a half of land. In. the I
every Sundajat 1:30 a. n. J"enlDIr: prayer Four and I acres
STATE AT LARGE. necessary to remove a one-year-old limb to luck to get back more than its value. .p. .. ).. Litany earvlee every southeast,quarter of southeast quarter : be made. The'best

Lpewritlng, taxes paid for non- the out should be,made at least as far: The articles previously listed in In a Friday at II a.m.iRET.. R.V. Brown, Rector. of Motion:20, township 2]!. south range I i in the state will bear t\ !
tied
Lots rents'and account collected. down as the next fork below and I It wholesale sort of way are up :Aft Mfc&fc, MlflMM station.. oaothe J." ,:T. Jk groves ,
three to A half dozen -- mils north of Tltusville. these facts. i iAn
Correspondence solicited.lusville In the fork. bundles of from FRESBYTKRIAS CHURCH.: K.'W R'y,. four testimony to
the
etc. should be close to joint
what they willbring the western, of the
Florida. and "auctioned" for [ This ls In part
There should be nothing left but a sea bids ranging between Sfirvfoee! ev ry Sabbatha.lla.m.andtSOp.m... :,:Turnbull hammock and has been all skeet Potwh- H.MmlnaTtta ':'
the Uah.dSbrnleIsle
average Sunday IIOb'MlI at 1:010: a. m? 010. O.nrnerp the tact r. IB th.
R. BROOKE to show that a limb had been taken away. 10 cents and a dollar. "' "P'i.rCw m..Ualr on W.dn..are.tyealnr cleared ready; to be. set to.orange treea.Price panm.at In a IHll s book. whioh rn w. publlih and will|l.dlv ,
GORDON
ScOTT. There must be no stump left. The, fig Nobody is' permitted to examine the atT lend SO.see AQrYlOtati nuhllo arc ., $250.The toe4rn.Maayhrs.a1Aemhowill. vtlt*(uc li ,

OTT & BROOMB, 4 tree may require to have Its branches goods before purchasing and no moneyis H. M. OOOPBLI., Faator. southeast ofi the north GERMAN 91 Nawau KALI WORKS.St.,M.w York.. '
quarter
thinned out but It must not be beaded refunded to the dissatisfiedEvery S ,
I
.
ATTORNEY AT-LA, genuine phun from BAPTIST CHURCH. west quarter of section 18;, township SI, k;
to pull a -
back except to correct rosymmetrlcn body hopes :south range 3ft east; 40 acres One-half -- "1
(over Bank) growth. In dense trees I branches which the pie in'the shape of a diamond ring, FreaohlnK, second and fourth Sunday! of this excellent hammock land and NATIONAL --
.
Florida. In a silk dress pattern or a silver teapot morning and evening frayer 7-40 o'olook.Moetinir Sunday every the other halt Is muok land. It la situated '
bl i ". .. cross should be removed entirely and blanks are Wednesday at : HomeSeekersREAL
comparative mile of
and (although School every Sunday at 9/ba.m. Also 1rce u' within throe-quarters of a
such a way as to give the tree a rounded, the rule there is always the possibilityof iM.flJJ.8u?,' at Loran Invited Hunilay. hums station and four mile. north of I '

INOR s. JOKES, dome-like outline with the lower a prize For example, the Auctioneer 0a1L are oonnally. A. GCIUKR:to attend.B. I'aa_. Tltusville. A very detlrablo property. ESTATE EXCHANGE ::1:10.

branches touching the ground. In prunIng holds up one of these' odd shaped bundles _. Road passes through the property to tike .#
'' underwear, mu- station. PHoo$200i \
ATTORNEYATLAW.SVILLE In
recently-planted trees the object listed "pictures MFTIl6mST CHURCH. 1
Uoing-going-gone--for : Exchanging Property: for Property a
BREVARD CO. FLA. view Is, of course entirely different 88 sic, cigars. third and fn.rtbSuns
rvioea first
gentlemanwho every ON TRill AT. LUCIJa.IUVBR Send of whap N'i6
Description
to dapper ;young
90 cents a .
fruit cannot be expected for several year at II a. m. and t:4I\ Specialty ;
of Brevard County.GOLDSMITH was caught by the word "cigar. Sunday at loan ajm. Kpmrt2League Lot 4, section 33, township :1)7) ,. smith have and what you want. '
set together you ,

Judge are '
When two cuttings eCo
Dt
unty to come. it the apart-an unwise each Kumtay at 3.JO p. m. Prayer containing 77 acres. This
on 41 east
little or no pruning Is required, He thing opens to do.if one objects to(,ood notured lug LAiU every,,' Aid Thiirwlay Hocluty M meet ht at every Tim p.Wadnmilav m. The tract range has a quartet, of a mile front ou the MALABAR Indian Rh.er. FLORIDA.C. "

; as they will generally shape themselves ridicule-and this is what he finds: Six: al aoo p.. m. EVl'Il''b..ay weioome at our oburohservices. St. Lucie River and lies. few hundredfeet C. CARROLL,

main trunks divergingfrom into bits with so strong .west of where the Florida. Eat ;
and form ,two cigars broken PaMoI'
W.3.
A. BEST Ronl Estate:: Agent.
the river. It has a t
how. sledgehammer Coast R'y orosaos.
each other, but when a single tree an odor that one wonders .
AtTORNEY-AT-LAW it 'underweara nice front and 1" excellent pineapple .'
is planted It Is best to cut back the stemto could have done ;" CATHOLIC CHURCH. land. Price Rib par acre. We wilt not
.
pictures Choice
e and lot It female 10 cent "Jersey;
within foot of the toll! this lot.
a
out
Sunday! to* new t :
collection of newspaper outs designed "100t1 at 10 m. every
fsvllle Florida.D. The only case a North Tltusville. ChUUron'ioaMQDlsm Wines,Liquors
that Church building
branch from point. of some small child. Apply or write to the
:
amusemoat
for at S :
in which It Is proper to have a tall The lot would be dear at ..>quarter and p.m.Hav..J.".O'BOVLB,lUotor. ROBBINS' fe GRAHAM CCX, .. and Cigars. \

L. DODSON 'standard Is when It Is desirable to grow to the buyer. Uuarl\nteelll'ure. 'd
Is of no use TltuiivUU, Fin.. .
trees for shade and pleasure and where In the dead letter office proper-that MVKIOIPAL. O Sold at reduced )Ih

DENJIST. the quality of the fruit and its quantityare charnel house which swallows nearly price '
'
of but secondary..Importance. If recently half a million missives every:More iponth than-40 it TOWN COUNCIL.R. Wanted-An Idea ,"ul.eto _=aU&V JPOl't"
harrowing.
Office over postoffice.FSVIIXE planted flg trees show any tendency is positively Tokay Wins,
of photographs have accumulated ... Hall mayor)I R. B. J.A.U.ppenette.las NfUDiK.Oltmbs: meow
toward drying:: out the main limbs orthe bushels collector; O.CaryKlwen'olnrkM"0' rib ,.. ,I.1W ...... from Italy.
awaiting the annual cremation. 1C Knex.lt, .,. -W'Io1IIIIO.. n. u.. .a .eee
W.
FLORIDA there, J M. Dlnon ttw .
sew
; .
whole trunk should at once be outback tresses of hair enough W.Bopble, n C. Berlnwenur, Tho. W. LundsnfCDnren wd lte/ >C .wu b......... ..010. ""'
There
are and B. Togni
wood.Departmentof The oouSbll meet second John ,
'FATTORNEYATLAW to live green to stuff a dozen mattresses grandmoth fourth Hon,ley. In wok month. .
L. GAULDEN, Agriculture. er.' silver locks and babiel' golden curia, 1COUNTY r Metropolitan Saloon, 121: KantDay SU, w

many no doubt cut from dead brows O..I ERII. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Nand I" '

'Guava Wine. and small sums of money which poor Are You Going to Travel .etal.1._
111 practice la all the Court of the State" workmen send home to feed their wives SCHOOL BOARD. Wh011.
lorlda, and the United States Court. -
.
onesand servant girls save A.. I-. Hatch City -
Neeld recipe for and little J. 8.8Dow"n Tltu.vllht, -
-.Box 835. TITUSV1IJUB FLA. William P. gives a for n.par .E. Roller. Malabar. the VIGOROUS
from their scanty wages Point I 1> If so select a route that offers WEAK MEN MADE
Honey to Loan. 18 guava wine in warmer and Fruit Grower; ents-gone to Unolo Sum's rich purse, Quickest, Most Comfortable and lie-

which may be hqlpful to our guava pro- not because the United States want it, COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. able Service; these are the advantages

PE & CAMPBELL; ducers. He says: but because the senders' writing or orthography W H. Sharpe, Blmrpon, .TltnavllheI; you have when you purchase\ tickets via
who to make: wine mortal ken. Mis Mendel Uulrannei J. R. Walker, the PLANT 8YSTKM.: i! iII"
"Half the people try waa beyond Jno. Houston Kaunallln!: | R. IMIoke, Jensen Pullman Sleepers
In ''this land of held flnt Monday In each Through trains with
jail and make vinegar or a hybrid mixture hard to realize that Regular Mimlun are leave Jacksonville "
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW nineteenth month- and Day Coaches Dot,
.7
make the close of the s wY. I."DIK
can't schools at for
of no use or value. I daily, at 8:20 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.,
r vinegar it all makes wine. ,But never century there are so many people so COUNTY O..ICJA.L8.. Savannah, Washington }Philadelphia What PEFFFR'S I FRY AOR olds I b
tosoud several when all
Florida. careless as I UT.
onville or so New Orleans 't q u.
mind here's plan ignorant Tlt\mrlll. county jndl(1l' n. few"" York Montgomery fell. ,"ollnOl1o" yoaai Ice manhoodi oldIu.atequ '. 'i
your ,
; without stampsor Minor B Jnnm o&b.r. '
millions of letters a year 1Ih01lnlth8m,Nashville, Macon AthlDtl\\ ..rV<>uu7tni vwur. Ab"t Iwtnrtoss..51.54 ap J
TltuirVllIn, pnMMiiitlnir attorney
"Put ripe guavas 'In a tub or barrel addreKwts which no L. Oaiildun! \ MAT. .NorvwiiMMM.lm L : Vitality '
addresses or with A.A.Bwwart.Tltuivilla clerk circuit ouun; J Chattanooga, St. Louis, Chicago MiHimwai.r" r.: 1 row..: I
EORGE W. ALLEN, mash them up a little put a gallon or so can make out. People seem to be F. Woouin, CiMioa; tax amei>M>r: K. W. HallBharpee ,, ><>lnt* East and West. Ita.F* *.it..ri QiiiiMr Iiap>"" ..Ir.Waatiy 1)Ir.... IiiI"Itrmrrt.n.
man ,tax oi>ll otori A.T. Feaster Tltll..llleurel'j havenvesttgated ?. .. .....al eya1.a MIl arnN : '
until .
onn."ml.IT ..
letter : .
In two day into the arrangements you .., ,
of water to them at once. so intent on what goes ,,,- J.II. Hum,(Jourt n.y, *uperstead.ant Make no .. Ward.0 .."rlbt... .:J.r11
Fries, OrUndituouoly communicated, with n'Unt .. .I.t lnposS a enlanlnlt con
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW J. O. and .
to this put all about the superscription. 41 limtrnutlon| .. bay. .J'
draw off a liquid; forget .11.
realer
that they .
you can TitunUI.,nliurllTHODGES who will .same { ]101'10 In.l.tor '
brown, :
:> in surveyor|J.P. System representative, 1:. IL'Can (
14,600,030 !! :
and half pounds of cane It is estimated.that O'U: : wrap.r .
a 1 plain '
two to two and meet any b '''
West a Florida. received write promptly you ... wlli" ,
as kept In the drafts and $80 000.000 incutih is 'H .- you reliable Information regarding a. ea p.r 50*. OP .. 5n :MA frd r..ally.ISo
-granulated sugar time giving you 'sift.lusa.ls e M wM wr
111 practice 111t"he United. Statei sugar stores Is'o. k. as far as I know Put this every year through dead letters.-Indianapolla schedule) and Lowest Raton. rnrrg.' MElDIfCAk.A \1".1&5'Ea ..t....",.dd. Ill" '
State Courts. 9jun96 Journal & GODFREY attend to detail arrangement, I'
and and any
In a tub and It will ferment scum thus saving you much time and trouble. I Sold by J. D. !:Bcreven ,only, .,
be skimmed off '
will rise, which must The Plant tiystem reaches any point rt0 \
R. F. II. HOUGUTON, thaclear liquid)nay; Manufacturers. of .
Some will Bet tie and BtBtUMU.'Nearly In any direction.For VEARi'.XPSRISMC1. >

be drawn off. This Is then put Into a .all the elegant buttons are Pine Lumber further information- -- address TTAU --- rTRAaf
Let itferment I sizes designed Yellow R L. TODD, U.II.110WAlnl.
DENTIST. keg or jug. distinct
.barrel.
clean three
nice now shown in Dlv. ran. Agt., City I'M.*. Agt.,
with a loose bung or spigot-foi for one costume. Many: of the) O. \V. ParkhlU City Ticket Agt.,
.
in action DRBHSKO,
ytona, Florida. to escape. When done with this smaller buttons are veritable Jewel Jacksonville Fla.

M --- gas tightfcnd go and forget al their artIatlo beauty of color and design Oraas BOB Head, F. M. Jolly, Dlv. Pami. Agt., Tamps,
process, stop like actual T. P. A.
set exactly Fruit Teft-etabU Crat II. O. Ilayoraft,
months and and they are
E. for about eight ,
O. FRIES, C. about It of whitened silver Riveron .1
of Indian
10W'mounting. 'IAImbel'delivered at any part
bOUNTY then some fine day-or rather bad, rainy gems on pearL Jet plomb thrnnarh hill nf Iwllnir. Anyone oonteraplaving MARKIb
SURVEYOR. the devil's' or pure'gold or : the Rant C aat.would do well. to ORSIOMMOOPYRIGHTS "
Is bullJIiii
brain
day, while the Idle colored enamel, and bronze buttons set write for jirlnaK. The flawmll!It."".te.1 on the *..

and legally surveyed and sub-divided workshop --go turn your fancet and let in riveted points are all familiar styles. J..T.& K. W, RI..1 mile.south of falatka. Suwanee River Route nrce..adlnt a.ketqlt t end deeertpMoe)marluiohly 1
KwrUln7 free
taping neatly done. Estimates 'for out a glass, and, lo I what kind of stuffs 'I Some of the handsome jet and iridescent 8.t unm Hlglita,Putnam co.,Pla. ,Irnlmalr DtwiuMe.XV. ] nho....r.ln.aatolMnn.tpiwy ,
_
to 01 '
It? Just as to luck I If good-.o- cord passementeries have buttons pr' A.5 ........ Savymhiytp0 -IeNve-

I kinds of engineering works. Dieted called-It will be clear and of a dark am- match which are not intended to have GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA special P..ntB.......t.&lre.I.t.'hru",11.. IIIIwl M I.e.

taste strain upon them, but are merelyneed AGENTS-$25 to..O. per week easy Points North and AMERICAN..
lines a specialty. ber color, palatable to & depraved any all over the cloth or around home. A bran! R'Y., To all 80IENTIFIO '
quality weak In alcohol as decorations You work right Northwest, Via ......, """'" -.- drea 11es fn
with an astringent I Youwill .11" -
USV1LLB. Brevard Co., .- FLoRU \ costume. new thlpg. Write to us quick and Atlanta .otwt5..urnelw....lyl rA.NtlI'U.-J
!
medicinal other be Palatka, Tlfton, Macon : wet .II4 I
but reputed to have be surprised at how easily It oaR L.e.I.mqp I. ep.dme a !,
Honor ex. A4dlas
; free.
to all Summer YAT.MT. cwt
rates on
Low Moon
value and In diarrhoea oases, especially done. Send us your address, anyway septtonalty Low Rates to Nashville, now MUNN A CO.:.,

4A2Dt0C't-.MQ11' : I don't think It will compete with the 1 It will be to-day.to your Interest AQCue.l.1". _to "Investigate.ITAM_l._.'._," on sale at following rates: fiat ........", New eels. -' .;'
f'it1iimnKlaekatrsi. Write
Ila every section at once to sell staple' grape, or otherwise affect the market"3old A report.from British \Ju.u. exceedingly '3041! Market St., Philadelphia Pa. Ten day limit Tuesday and Thursday: ''Il!:'

ode to dealers; no peddling; experience that crops and fruit prospects are From Palatks $14; Jacksonville tl:1.80Tweoty : ,

necessary; best side line. $75.00 a Beverages are Injurious In encouraging day limit every day:
nth. Salary and expenses or large Hot 'Weather. DEED blanks bee each; $3.00 per 100 at Palatka, $lft.2D; Jacksonville, $17. 0 'r.= '1Ii'
with 2 cent the ADVOCATE office. r
ftmmlssion made. Address Wo-To-Bao! for Fifty Grata. October Slit every day t/
amp for sealed particulars,Clifton Soapd Guaranteed tobacco habit our, make weak Palatka 1.16.:1JaeItlOMIll.: : : $21.00' ,
Manufacturing Company, Clncln- "A word should, perhaps be said as men strong,blood pur too II. All druggl.ta. received another supply The Scenic Rout The HistoricalBattlefields AAA Sa11 ,I,',
Ohio. of the extremely -We have just Full Information,
tI. to the unwholesomeness seed Route. I"
of tobacco
lemonade} and other the wonders shown at the: recent of very line grades car re"atlonmap.., eto., "
cold water tea, Among which will be given away to any person Sleeping :J
Calking which' extensively used exhibition of the Quekett Micro- the Kant: Coaxt. Call can be obtained by writing or calling '
[-The Walton Rapid Machine, liquids, are .so who will plant It on HUGH L. RICHABDSOX, ,
one. tS:ii; No. two 110; No.. three, $15 throughout the United States," writes! copto 'club In London was the whole of or send itamped-addrensed envelope for upon O. A. McDoNALD, Oen'I Agt. wmew a:". t j

,tUllvtl1e, Fla. Mrs. S.T.Rorer In the July Ladles' Home the second chapter of SU: John's gospel, some to the ADVOCATE office. 0. P. A., Macon, Oa. Jaoksonrllle. r..1 'kr

Journal. These cold drinks reduce the written on the two-thousandth part of a

thereby and plainly legible at that .8 ll ad Brake leer IJf .....,. ;
RANTED-FAITHFUL MEN OR temperature of the stomach I square Inch, Boat T e* : .
travel for responsible and for this reason microscope. To) quit toba .o eiwlly. and forever', be naffnetlo. the sporting Magazine "OUTDOORS"ISHiNG
women to checking digestion; under the All reviewed In new '
No-lo-
.
vl, take fisherman
.
i .. .full of life, nerve and] or the ,fresh water ,,
llnhenuan
Florida. Salary water (.
htablished house in Immediately the salt ,
-
should be avoided during or Baa,be wonder-worker.' AfI'make weak mea Invaluable to and hare shooter, the ; !
7SO .and, expenses. Position perman- after meals. It cannot be dented that Cheap Excursions to New York trong. All drug.l.t*..ooorSI. Cureguaran the grouse quail, wipe,-woodeoct hunter, the tourist
t. .Reference. Enclose self-addressed teed. Booklet and ample free. Addrem bayblrd and wild fowl gunner the big game Oota. i
roped envelope. The National, Star one mal'become a toper \onnon-Intoi- Via Clyde Line. Stoning Remedy CO. CUl.a.o or New,York.' wheelman, photographer boatman and naturalUt. Price .;, '

Nurance Bldg., Chicago. cants as well as Intoxicants, and that its Subscription$1.01)per year. :y'''

very easy; to create a strong desire for The Clyde Line will'put 0'11" specli .No Cure-N Pay SOTS" New York Outdoors Publishing Co., 1,170: Broadway. ',,;c.. '

frequent draughts of any pleasant, cold round trip rate 932.00( JackllOn"m.- to sell A t:
flows freely New York, on account O. A. 1C. Encamp That U the way all druggists a
Where perspiration
drink. : ment at Buffalo. ,Tbl Is s very cheap Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonlo for chills
the effect Is less serious but,In most ate and should be taken advantage ofby and malaria. It is simply Iron- and qui.

cases the free use of cold draughts dlsnrbs all who desire to take a trip North. nine In a tantelens form. Children love ,

when you the stomach, and It would be ranch' Tickets at this. low rate will be good tall It.", Adults prefer It to bitter nauseating Traveling....

up. from Jacksonville on any of the following tonics. Price, fiOc. t'
plfnt seeds, plant better If they were ,entirely given ships mud dates-Semlnole,fluu.'day. West or northwest .

Teach your little ones as well as your August 13th, & .. m.; Cherokee, MEN OR TPoint__ __ ,
FERRYSAlways self, to be satisfied with water at a tern Thursday August 10th-9.,m.; Comanhe .. WANTED-rAIT FUL An a
for responsible
of fifty degrees, and to limit Sunday,August 22nd, 11 a. m.;and .At1AD.1a to ,: k
perature October established house In Florida. Salary G-c>> Vii.:
the amount of sweet drinks taken. In !food to return on any ship up ; and Posltleo permanent. "tSt:1.c.i.aL.Bo : ; ;
:
> .$780 expenses. OSt:1.
the best. the evening,and possibly between meals, 1st.The public ate assured that the service Reference. Enclose .1f-addreNed l ash--i11e: +

Wat*.le everywhere.. one might Indulge.now and then In a -0' the Clyde Line Is the finest la the stamped envelope. The National jao20V7, Star Your Tickets via I

o. ML remrv co.. of lemonade, orangeade or current oastwlse: trade, and every care and attention Insurance lildg., Chicago. '
PelreltlHch. glees will be shown It*patron*. .
the various -"" ;
punch.. For a tennis party The Department of Florida Grand TIFTON x .OUrrE
like Oriental punches will\ ap. have named the

mixtures the tblnana. n/1 Iced J.tlAtfUlAftApea .......... Clyde Army Line of the as Republic the official route for eoID1radee ROYAL-TANSY PILLS Double"Dall/ Through; Train.. All correeondenU -
sleeping oar
and
served at luncheon Is certainly an and friends and the public. are inited ... : promptly answered
well as a pleasant --1 them. &..r.O.VEtT' wsvraraiLsa rtbs reserved, Will be glad to meet passengers of tit
.
We--food as to Join ear.... _' } 934 West
OUR FORTUNEThe 'aftfrappt comes under the same, EarlyappUcaton to 1'. J(. Ironmonger, .a-sew;.rmMd..a4._.. --. ..I-:".! depot In Jtolsonvllle or my Office. a

Jr.. n.. P.... Agent, Jacksonville, FU.. Ba.treeli. "Drop me a Line. .. O
..t"i: ; : consists ofDO will secure choice state room acoomodaon f1.---GE- WALTER HAWKINS, .'. r A *
::W-*u.YMM17041rdA bW Austria's new parliament 9 bee.ww ..r ira = Flm P.... Agfc, F eo

'r"1e.h.-:!!'.:} ri.i. IBM than twenty-five different pollUcat r.-- t r'I J. C. HAILE G. P. A. Jacksonville.. ,
to aDother -
ODe
.
.d .wwy..Aev parties, bitterly opposed 'e Gen e.rNp"" e. LNe- Savannah, Ga. ,
--.0'.:.b.s'r etoLROIIeR..n-L. except In their common hatred. ol Take' N..ar is L .dnggl.d9'".. see es..... Sold by J. B. Screveo, only. '
w M U Q.as g.ti so eats. r fandmaq
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.tt INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE AUGUST, 6, 1897. .
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1 ; .. -+ IHDIAH RIVER. ADVOCATE. +.''. it would be well'to prepare for the ,.ed W.that Hall,permit tax. collector;.do Issue of Brevard directed Co.to,'E to. I' SECRETARY QUESTION.LANG: -ON' TilEFISH & Summer Goodi

v h he future by providing, at any rate, a : Issne a state said county license to said SpEllg

',.? ,, ,,f .. .kWMBLY JOCENAI. PBVOTKD TO TlJII DBTBIOPMBNT ..: mall acreage of cape for which : petitioners, for the fiscal year of 1898,, Criticised by One of Our Fish
there is assurance fit a ready under chapter 9 section 86tt revised Stat-
every
OV TUB ISDIAB BIVB, LanlI Dealers.
it I We have beard 'of land, ntes of Florida.
woTaasnsl.CAT.sVeaorror. market. Bond presented by B. J. Stewart for no "Mr. E. Palmer, who wrote to Governor: Storekeepers Only :.. .. ", _
: ; itsl --- at no great distance from Titus. ary public, Wall unanimously approvedby Bloxham for specific advice, in relation To -
sl PUBLISHED BVBBY FRIDAY.CHAS. iville, which are BO thoroughly the Board.It to the measurement of seine meshes all

adapted to the growth of sugar, Wall ordered that the County surveyor contemplated In the Dew fish law, hat have a Complete Stock of the aboye.
H. WALTex1 Editor&Proprlebor.a that it has been known to grow to be Instructed to provide a county map,, received the following, which\ will be<. We now named
., ,
distances fishermen
showing correct' from courthouse gratifying news to St. Andrew. Bay "
'
', ; i I an almost incredible size, so great, to all points In the county, for the as'Well as to meu of their calllnj Gocds at Low Prices .
,, 1 MEMBER OF y Indeed, that an ax was required to use of the circuit and county courts,,, : In all parts of the state, where fishing la. ,
t. THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, chop it down, the ordinary "knife same not to cost more than 25. I depended upon for a livelihood: Mosquito Nets, on frames and In the piece, fine meshes; Sand-fly
Y hats Wash
Straw Cottonades
A ? The following mileage was adoptedand Screen cloth; Cotton Crashes for Suits; ; ; Summa,
AFFILIATED WITH THE being totally useless for the pur- to be assessed by the tax assessor,, EXECUTIVE OFFICE, 1 Lawns; Wash goods, White goods, Ducks, eto. We keep everything usually Po
: r( 'I ? National Editorial Attociation.Discontinuance pose. We cannot vouch for the for the year 1807: For state taxes, 6% Tallahassee, Fla., July 10, 07.. J demand; are prompt in shipments, and aim to give best value for the moil.
,I : truth of ,this .statement from personal mills, ;for school taxes 5 mills; road taxes E. Palmer, Parker, Fla.: Liberal dealings our motto.

1.. knowledge, ,but have, every 3 mills; general fund taxes, 4 mills,;; 'Slr-It: Is held that the size of the BENEDICT POLLAK & CO.,
j j of' aflYtmuetbetiude per. to believe that it is tfue, fine and forfeiture taxer, mill. mesh named In the law Is leas than, now ,
t, { g .naUy at this' office or by writing. reason here Permit granted Craig Hopkins to carry In use, by a mistake of the author of the 32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.
while it is of only
and
course, a Winchester repeating rifle. bill, who was. not a practical fisherman...
? CHH. and there that such cane can be Ia the matter of the petition presentedby Hence you can use the nets and seinei
,4t rp Cheek,eto.,may be made payable to still there are probably very F. M. Wilson for a publio road beginning now, in use. D. LANG,

; i I WALTON.pubUnhar. and proprietor. grown few acres of'land in Florida which and running at the parallel north line with of township the, Banana 23, -Private Seo'y.." SAVE MONEY And Buy From **-**

Address all communication to will not produce\ fair crop of sugar river to the north line Of the Hall place; TITDBVILLB, FLA., Aug. 3, ;07.
r"lft f q cane. the Board appointed W. G. Peterson, J. ::EJS :8_ C-o-es::
:T.:
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE Therefore, we would commend T. Hood and J. Eberwein to mark, view Editor:Adt'cal.4The ; v ,

TtrmrrLtxrLOtiDA.. farmers the and lay out the same, and majce their above clipping appears In the New
the-notice of our
i ---- to report to this Board on the first MondayIn York Fishing Gazette of July 30th. One Flour
--
-- Garden Seeds
---- is Grit
-. great importance'this industry September, 1807. or two questions naturally ailse. Can Grain Hay Feed; ,
'almost forgetting likely to assume in the near future, The road.laid out by .D. W. McQuay, the private secretary advise a citizen tc J JMeal'
JUST we were
as
;, y it and advise them to prepare for the F. M. Platt and J. T. Parker, by their disobey the law P Does be assume to
Is close at band,,, and Cotton Seed Meal
that a war raging Boardon construe
and the
demand for seed canfe' whi6h is report filed accepted by sit as a judge, and not only
;i "1. comes the news of a cjeclded activity July 7th, 1807, Is hereby declared a away the plain provisions of the statute,
In',, the military opcfatlona in sure to come with ,the increasing public road, the same running from Melbourne but settle the qualifications of the members Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all-kinds of Insects;. Harmless to manor
routed interest that is being exhibited in to St. John's river. of the Legislature P' And did he
the having Write for
r. Cuba, insurgents 8. Jeftods L. O. his beast. Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. quotations.
loss with. the production of this staple commodity The road report of L. consult the attorney-general on
i. the Spaniards with great Paten and?. L. Stark,appointed view, power to do such things P Judge Jones Offices 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
{i;; in a few miles of the city of mark and lay out a road from Banana has been criticised for the exercise of
Havana. This, loo i s, more like river to Canaveral lighthouse( was accepted reasonable discretion In the constructionof .,.
I' business, and the beginning of the H. V. COLCLOUGH AND THE -and notices ordered to be,posted a part of the law deemed dubious by Carriage andS
} according law. almost everybody; but the private sec P..E. McMDRRAY
: end. FISH LAW. The road report of W. II.-Lowden, P. retary'of- the governor .has discounted
j -* Kroegel and J. A. Grass, for a public Judge Jones, and with one sweep of his 4 Wagon
k THE statement that Governor road, without any expense to the county, trenchant pen has stricken out the plain _
for Exception ,must be taken to portions from Kltching'e store to Mrs. E; P. liar- est feature In it, and written "ignoramus" BAKER, laterlam.
i Hastings will be a candidate of the letter of Mr. H. V. dee, was accepted by the Board and notices on the pages of "the most startling
tj 'U. 8. Senator: to succeed Hon. M. Colclough upon the Fuller, Fish ordered to be posted according to act" passed at the session of 1807. I Dealers in

i I S. Quay, does not seem to worry Law which publish to-day. law. cannot conceive the sources of the private
fs:. much. After we It was ordered that the sheriff be instructed secretary' authority,*but emergencies Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business. Vehicles, Hand Carts, etc,eta
that
gentleman the
a: ; very, in Floridahe After a': slight, comment upon : to employ a deputy at the Fort always raise up big men, and the Main and Church Sts., '- JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
'( spending a few weeks opinions of Judge Jones and the Pierce Inlet to prevent Illegal fishing. private secretary Is? like King, Saul of .
will leave for San Francisco the attorney-general, the writer goes J. Mendel and J. K. Walker, roadoemmlssioners old from his shoulders up, abova'tbe'
latter part of September, for an ex:. '' to remark "The fishing laws, of districts 1 and 2, made multitude.\ The fishermen will not undertake ,
on .
tended ti-lp j ',through Solomon t and their reports up to July 31st, 1807, which to be responsible for the opinion The NeiSeldell
if enforced, may, will, act were examined and approved by the which the letter of the private secretary
,, Islands and Australia, returning harshly on, say 60 fishermen (pot Board and their vouchers placed on file. will give abroad aa to the capacity of the
'' about next April; hunters) and their families, but It was ordered that the county treasurer late Florida Legislature, but they doff
6l' r there are, 6,000 fishermen (not be Instructed to place $500 out of :their hats and say, "bully for you, General Cypress Door Company
F say the She and forfeiture fund to the credit Lang." -
HERB is what we read underrate pot hunters) and their families, of the prisoners' fund. I am only afraid that his dealing Is not ,

August 1st : Hot times in the who would rejoice over a good It was ordered thatxAnna Oove be authentic, and that, may be, his action Is ,
'
west; high temperature in Kansas, day's catch, etc., etc.", From this stricken from the pauper list. :I unawares to Governor Bloxham; but If PALATKA:: P""L..A.,
and The mercury is evident .A number of bills were audited and It shall appear that he Is voicing the 'turned the steam to
Missouri, Kentucky. statement it, only .too ordered paid. of the then the fishermen Opened October 1st, 1806,. on
opinion governor
goes up to 103 in- Kansas that our correspondent does not On motion, It v was ordered that the will have abundant cause to rejoice, and Best Door Sash 'Blind
City. "Hot winds and prolonged know :what he is talking about In report of W. Owens and M. C., Salmon, for they will hope that the governor, One of the Largest Equipped ,

draught destroy the crops. Corn the first plane; he is very far from appointed June 7, 1807, to mark, view laving corrected one of the absurdities
"1 crop damaged from 40 to 70 per the truth when he assumes that aDd lay out a road upon the most practicable eft by Judge Jones, will go on till the and General Wood Working Plants in the United States.
'. route along the river bank between whole legislative monstrosity is, wiped. *
cent. A number of prostrationsare there are ,abput fifty,men who.'depend B. Powers! south line and the out existence. Yours truly, And with experienced* management, (covering. a past'experience of eight
reported in St. Louis from the upon the fishing industry for louth line of R.:E. Mime, thence west to GKO. W. SCOBIE. rears Cypress; ) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the belt
heat." Wherefore we bless our their livelihood;;' ; five hundred where south line Intercepts the present I possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will cover
lucky stars that it is our lot to would have been nearer the mark. publIc road, made June 20tb, and filed The Fuller Fish Law.DAYToNA Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames,.Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, etc.
referred to
with this Board July 7th,
{ f. spend the summer In Florida, where Again, what does be mean by "pot Road/ Commissioner Sharpe and laid -FLA. 2 '07.
Aug. ,
hot winds are not and prostrations hunters?" Is a man who is making over.till. this meeting, is hereby rejected, !
?ii I t! from the heat areiunknown.FISH / : a living a pot hunter ? If so, for the reason that the recommendations Editor Advocate: MIAMI -

F : / who is, not ? The lawyer, the of said viewers are not In favor of said After reading the opinions of Judge *
route, but against It, Indicating that another Lamar thquestion. ,
Jones and Attorney-General .
AGAIN. merchant, and the newspaper man,
route Is more practicable ancjmuch
does this
\ still remains, why
are all pot hunters in common with cheaper. law make distinction between mullet
The letter of Governor Bloxham's the man who makes his living by Bond of J. H. Smith for notary public and other a fish P There Is plainly a necessity Town Lots Now'u Sale !
'' examined and approvedby
'. rr private secretary in-regard to the the taking of fish. Again, who are Was the presented Boaid. ,. for an amendment to this law.
the 5,000 fishermen who would rejoice Place all fish In the same catagory, no ,
.''i b size of meshes of fish nets, which The County Judge having made his matter when or where they spawn, as .
i in a good day's catch, and for licensee Issued during
monthly repot
is so adversely criticised by Mr.Oca. cannot catch mullet in a net without
; the month of July, the same was examined you General t For
W. Scobie, elsewhere in these who spend so much money; amongour and approved by the Boaid. catching trout, enforce ahead, eta A. E. KINGSLEY Agent
columns, is a curious admission of merchants ? Ask any of our The Board adjouined'to meet aga.lnthe The fishing law: (If ) may, and ,
which trade would will, act harshly on, say 60 fishermen
t .the Incapability of our legislators, merchants the they hunters first Monday in.Sept.,1807. ( hunters) and their families; but Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle.
1 prefer, that of fifty pot here
!, and furnishes sufficient excuse for I are, say 5,000 fishermen (not pot
,. all that has been said in reference or the .,000 who are not pothunters II Best Ink, I hunters) and their families who will

f to the fish bills that were passed and we have little doubt rejoice over a good day's thousands.of fishing and CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY

during the late session o(' the leg. but that they would choose the Black or red, one pint, postpaid, 10 who spend hundreds of and, traders .

i islature. In this letter the govern fifty pot hunters. 'cents. W. P. UNDERWOOD Roseland, Fla., dollars annually.among. the- merchants In all parts of the Town. Carefully Selected

or, through his private secretary,, Finally, Mr. Colclough sayc, The object of all good laws Is "the Fruit and Vegetable Lands on
i "the object of all good laws ia 'the greatest happiness to tbe'greatest number
the author of the bill
____ admits that .-The ADVOCATE Is still giving away, the "pot hunter" shall have to DBisenyne.
greatest good of the greatest num ; so Miami: River and :Bay
'was hot familiar with the subject, of all free, tobacco seed of the finest grade. turn to some other occupation less Injurious -
and gives his sanction to the in. ber. This is the, object Call and get some, with instructions for to his more numerous neighbors. ]$Q f Correspondence.Solicited from Actual Investors! and Settlers.

fringement of the law; in fact, good laws! but the. Fuller Fish Law]i Its cultivation. Yours, U. Y.CoLCLOceur. Main Hotel Miami MIAMI FLORIDA.
i'' 'goes as far as to say that when a does not belong to this! category? Office o. ,

law conflicts with common sense, It is a bad law; bad in -

common sense must be given the conception, bad In construction ; t
.. cannot even give it the creditof ICHAS. '
preference.' Bythls,, admission he we FERTILIZERS. N. WELSHANS,
i ,upholds the decision of Judge being good in intention. ... .

Jones 'with regard to the Fuller Another error Mr. Colclough '

fish bill, which was not only based occupation makes, is the Qf'assumption his so-called that pot the When you are in the market write for Information regarding CEMENT, BRICK, LIME, SHINGLES, COAL TAR, PLASTER,.
but also _
on i common sense, was I .
is to the Interests our -- -_ .
hunters injurious
,
backed by a doubtful grammatical .'
up HAIR AND LATH
of the Immaculate 5,000 who are **, **
construction; and he casts a \
reflection upon the intelligence of not pot ,hunters. 1t. has been' Complete :E"'er"ti.l.i.zers: : : : : :

the gentleman to whom the state abundantly proved, by those who Stat Agent: & M. Paints and Oil' .

i Ie indebted for one of the most pre know, that the catching of fish in Vegetable fruit and vine, orange tree manure, blood, bone, Street,
13 Hogan
i ,posterous laws'ever inflicted '''upon the summer months is. injurious to and potash, and other brands.The Old 'Phone. 8. ))0, '(.

I a long-suffering people.: We are nobody, that it can make no difference ,. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA .
to the supply of fish. Works .
Fertilizer
now furnished with a new legal Armour ,
axiom "Law8 which conflict with The attempt of our Legislatureto ,
: / ,
i .
common sense may be broken with i make laws governing the fishing .- DR. C' F. HOUSTON ,

impunity." Interests of their state, have proved Chicago, ..
such utter failure that the
an ,
f sooner these matters are left to the Where: these fertilizers are made, having unlimited sources ,:rnvTBia: 'A: -:RLORfS.:

.5. 1 RAISE CANE. judgement of the United States from which to draw their supplies, nee nothing but the very Established 1884. )o( Cor. Bay and Laura Sts., over Mrs. KeeneX.
Commission, the better it will S best materials, and there are no goods made better than our '

Our New York correspondent be for all concerned. COMPLETE FERTILIZERS. We solicit your orders. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. '
writes of the great interest that if
*
1 For the next'30 days prices will be as follows: Oold Fillings\ $1./10/ to f'
being shown in certain circles in BUEVAKD COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ARMOUR & COMPANY, Plastic Fillings, SOc to '!;.Alloy Fillings, $1 to$1.80; Plates, $5 to *3; full M'
that city, as! to the growing of sugar PROCEEDINGS. / (very best), $9 to $10. Extracting free, by a painless! method, where Plate Gum'ac'!:',
r I cane in Florida, and states that Jacksonville, Fla. made. First-class operators and polite attendants. Gold and Continuous
Sets of Teeth made and repaired.
there Is no doubt but that there .
TrrusvnxE, FLA., Aug. 2, 1807. ,
boom the East
will be a great on ,
Coast in this direction ere long. The Board of County Commissioners
..
He further advises the planting of Present met this: week W. II.pursuant Sharpe to, chairman adjournment.; J. E. B. Williams, & Co S- .::eEL eeOS--:: ,-

all the cane possible, to be used,as Mendel, J. 31. WallerJ. Walker; J.

': seed, for the supply is likely to be Houston; A. A. Stewart, clerk; J. P. : .Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants.... '
.. .
demand Drown, sheriff.
inadequate to meet the
very "j' Wholesale and
The following business was transacted: XlXa sf- Retail Dealers'InVEHICLES
t which will be very active in The minutes of the last meeting were 65,South Broad St., ATLANTA. GA.

the Our near readers future.will do well to follow i read and motion confirmed.On the .road. report ol J. .u'. Foreign and T>omostioTEOETABLBa J3'ruita.; sHi3 HARNESS

this advice, which is given by Carlisle, C. D. McCrorey and J. R.' Watson ,
the Capron trail, was receivedand
on
one who is thoroughly conversant accepted, and notices ordered to be I FRUITS

with the subject, and who is him. posted according to law. String! Beans. Oranges. And Bicycles.
self deeply interested in the matter In the matter of the petition of F. A. Cauliflower.OkraCelery.. Bananas, ,- ,

and does not write at random, Losley and R. L. MotloW, comprising ; Grape Fruit, Largest Stock and Lowest Prices in the South
the Jlrm of Losley Mid Renaker to sell' Cucumbers Lemons, + .
but with a certain knowledge of and In No.3, Limes, _, ; Wheel
winea, beers liquors precinct Tomatoes. S g' Correspondence solicited. Agents for Victor, Barnes and Carlisle
,'the shaping of events in connectionwith and It appearing to\\ the satisfaction of Beets, Cabbage Peaches, ; ,
'
'
the future of the sugar industry the board that the said Lesley*Renaker Squash, Pineapple*, 'r JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
in Florida. Wb have the have a majority of the registered votersof New Potatoes, Strawberries ---'
precinct No. 2, to sell wines, beers Egg Plant, Grapes '
land to grow the crop, and the aforesaid and It 'Coeoaanta. .
,
and liquors as appearing Asparagus
capital necessary for its development that said,petitloDen have fully com- : : OKS_Tblrd Na&IoUIJlaak.....tiaata" 0..1'0-.K.Jaluu< .Caahy Mff da.Atlanta The ADVOCATE does all kinds of Job Printing.
'f is already in sight therefore plied with the law, therefore It Is order- Ge.fSSo Packing Co.AUa a,Oa.i Uoo.M.Taylor,W.a.Ooacaa*Co..Adaau,




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( Globe eats.attention: for and dates Imperial;, London Fire. interests Insurance and Liverpool ot non Special rasW and p. .. .




0 HOTEL CARLETON MELBOURNE, MJI. .
SPECIAL PRICES.
Beautifully s itnateil on a high bluff, overlooking 1m
the Indian River. FlntrOlaM aooonv
modationi,and rates ntuonable.F. .
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RUBBRT90N, Proprietor.
TO ;
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MGbAKIG WHEN YOU GO TO MELBOURNE call at the H : .
Bazaar,Mrs. Chaa J. F. Campbell & Co., Mil :Jin.eappLGro:; < ers
linery, Notions, Dry Good, Ladle readymade __ __
and woven Underwear,Ferris' Renown- .
Mi Cornet,etc., embroidery and colored lllu, :
souvenir spoons,Stationery,etc. .
: .4.11 Elround Fcr't:11:1.zcr.: : : III
riEH ; Price $25.OO. B3P Before buying the following Materials bo- sure and apply to 1
L:D. Lockwood made a short visit to .
POWDERAbsolutely Cocoa, last week.L. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money :

B:Dawson, of Narrows,was a pleas.ant :. Moisture................................ ... ........ ............. .. ... .. B( to 10 STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE, ; i
Pure. visitor Ammonia..... ............................. ............. .... ... ... ....,... H to 8 JrI
to town last week. EquaitosnlphaeeorAnmunia.......,*........:.... .........::.:......... :90 to SB BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE
Available l'b.s.. horto Aoiil ...................... ......................... 8 to A ::.
I inted for Ita groat the food againsto Miss Helen Miller left Monday, on a Equal to Bone 1'boHuhate' of Lime...... .. ..... ................................ II to 13 DISSOLVED BONE NITRATE OF SODA .
thfnlneMAMUKI visit to friends at Titusvllle. PotanhKaU: ......... ............ ...... ..,:............. .... .....:.. S to 8 ,
|' and aU forma of adulteration common to Equal to"Sulphate of Fotaih. ... ......:.:...,, ......... ......::: ::. ... 9 to 10 SULPIIATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS :
cheap brands. J. H. May, Rockledge: was the guest Magne.laLlmesalertes ..: ...:............... ..,................:...:...... M to 60 t 8 .
BAKING POWDER CO.. Kew York. of his friend Alex Goode from EHhi SEED '.
OVAL till Wednesday.The Saturday 1 U- Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, :i

1 1N COTTON SEED HULL ASIIES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.
Episcopal church is having a new IJr Special Mixtures: compounded with machinery at very low 0

West Palm} Beach. coat of paint applied, the work being H prices. If' :
done by N. Downey. '
.... :

Board met on Monday as Miss Lillian Conkllng left here last Please Correspond/with l.ut befor being induced to buy from Dealers.,..., Send for1
The School Saturday, for a visit to her friend, Miss *
lual.ffhe. Sams, at Courtenay.The I Pamphlet. f'LI

Lot County Commissioners on account did of their not Misses Mattie and Carrie Brown LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
on Monday, .
were guests of Mrs..8. F. Gibbs, at Mel- JI1
fug present. ,,
no quorum bourne Beach, last week.
V-and Geo.: H. Maltby returned
Mrs. Mrs. Clara D. Maclean will return I ; :J'acl v111s9 Florida.Banyan. ::
[ town last week, after an extended sos :: .
from 'Atlanta In a few weeks, to spend
kit through. New York'and New Eng- another winter with us. -

bd.Or.d.r. Mrs. E. Comstock and Mrs. W. I.
an extended visit.
of Cocoanut Grove, was
Jackson Metcalf\ left here last Wednesday for avisit :
ItowD In attendance on the G. G. SPRINGERManufacturer
.
Monday to their Ohio! homes. Capt. McIntyre brought his. steam- ,
hoot Board, as was also bupt. Z. T. launoh J. I. C. down from Cocoa Wed
[errittJw. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jackson returnedto Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Field spent Saturday nesday.

C.'Day left for Daytona Wednesy's pleasant their borne visit at to East Nashville Melbourne and, many aftera night at Cocoa Beach. They returned .. Mrs. W. H. Nesbltt has gone to visit _ Retailer and Shipper Of
on Sunday evening. ,
excursion, to 'make permanent other points of Interest. her daughter, 111 rl. A. S. Botsford, at
Vation there. Mrs. Day' is already The steamer Spartan, Capt. N. J. Nes- Palatka.
[ore waiting for him. Miss Lillie Robertson returned home, bitt, brought up a load of lumber on .
last Saturday, from her trip to St. Aug- Geo. F. Ensey and family of Tropic,
for B. J. Illlllard.
of In town !Saturday last were ICE ANn
W. U. Cox, Boynton, was ustine And Jacksonville. She reports pleasant: visitors to our burg last
Uday. He says things around Boyn- having had a most enjoyablo time.A. The citizens of Banyan and Tropic will Sunday. .
o are very dull, with the exception of meet on Saturday morning, and make a
J. Goode and Frank Powell took a Commodore Bergen't smiling countenance -
o mosquitoes; they are lively enough foot path between these two places. ,
noticed about
three the river to visit was town last
days' trip up ,
Fred Amason, the engineer who was friends at Rockledge, Cocoa and other The carpenters are busy on B. J. DIl.liard'i Wednesday. Distilled'W'ater

lured in the wreck eight miles north points along the river, returning home house this week. Mr. II. expectsto Mr*. W. R. Harris and daughter left
f townlast'Tueaday night, was taken move to Banyan some time In the fall.
Saturday.Mr. on Wednesday; last for a short visit to

I the day's hospital train. St. Augustine on last and Mrs. James Dodge, of Enos, Messrs. Gilbert, It is said, will plant'a St. Augustine. Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Freezers and Water Coolers

were the guests of IIote.1 Carleton the number of orange trees and pineapple The schooner Olivette took on a heavy. '
nobo Dean, editor and proprietor of left for New plants on their Bllnyan'property the
past week. Mrs. Dodge load of lumber for down-river points
.
le Lake Worth News, left last Monday and returnedto coming fall.! FACTORIESCocoa
York last Saturday, Mr. D. from Paddlxun's yard.
lornlng for points In Georgia and Ala- and West Palm Beach. *'
his southern home. Geo. Gleason of Eau Gallio, '
Ima, on a visit to relatives and friends. Capt. I Miss Florence Harris returned home -
liere l is quiet talk about that he will Rev. W. C. Barnes was called to Cov- with his fast launch, called! at Banyanfor : Monday from a few days' visit to friends -' '" -- -- .
Itedti his trip to Michigan about Sept.t Ingron Ky., last week, owing to the illness a short time on Monday, on his way at Malabar and Valkarla..

and when he returns to the "Land of Mrs. Barnes. We hope she will up the river. I Mayor John Houston returned from SEEDS SEEDS For Fall Pleating T
I Flowers" again will have his bride be better soon, and able to return homeere ,
nth him. long, for the family are sadly missed Caurtenay. Cocoa and Titusville, on Wednesday.
in Melbourne.E. Injured wrist Is healing rapidly. .. DEAN8-n"tulj'fItf Imp, '::1.1111''"I1."".I Renlgee KIM to I '::1.1111"" him.i Valentine. M.7B bus r
-A_ Gen'l Freight Agent Jarvis of the F. Black wa".a.no biia.; Gulden W ut., 'a.Nlpetbias.|' | Wat, wtlll'a Kldnejr,tl2,1I4lperbushel. '
Jensen. P. Branch has a new addition to his 1I1t11'r-\1I: varleUes.So.o.i. Mo, pound.lAIIIIAOB '
already home, on New Haven Miss!: Stella Harper Is visiting relatives E. O. R'y., was In town Tuesday, leaving ( -$ \ varletfm.. lper.., H.on per ponnil| Florida Header. 'JOo.'os. fl: ner lb. a
pretty adds at Tropic. per steamer Courtenay Wednesday morn- CKLKKV: -Kiwron Market. CHllnt.I'IUKh..II,Mesluan Mollil, lI"vannah Market, Oolilen Bell-bleach*
which
avenue a pretty east porch, In!' White riiiinn lAu. .: per lb.
I Col. S. F. Travis, of 'Cocoa, was a much to the comfort and appearance of The orange trees in this section are Ing for,Merritts Islam I LKTrf'lt-CuredSlmp.onleuunl Uo,..' (...blo.18lltarly Prim Kad., Ilanmin, New. York, Big
lest of the Al Fresco hotel this. pastk. the home. Messrs. Bell and Baker did looking 11ne.Mosquitoes. Dr. and Mn. DeWItt Webb, accompanied dun Ihmton ino,8..1.llIr.lnv.1'oa SI no lb.TUIINIkaWhltePUUntchPltrpl.Tnplist Market,California (,reawIOc.o.., ,1.lIIIe1': > lb., farls and ton .

the work by Miss Lyons, returned Monday, Dutch, White O1"IoeUrp1.. Top Globe, White ..
are not presenting very their <: Seven ". .Cow: Horn, 11I1. .
I from place at Atlantic, on the oa. Iflo. K" lb. IUKI: per lb.
Dr. Daniels, dentist, of Cocoa, has Mayor F. Fee has lately received a many bills Just now. Banana river for St. Rt1TA iiAtA-Dn American' b,.01.;Ido. )"-ll>.,"an len cutting, filing, sawing; pulling, supply of rockets, for nlgbc use, to be leaving. Tuesday A full' '"".of all llanlen an.llflelll H"eui on taai.U. VlorliU and Georgia Rye SAil Runt Proof
lugging/( probing, and otherwise makg sent up as signals of,a hurricane, after The people here are planting out a lot Augustine. Oats Write for prloM and price lint to ,

g our citizens both happy: and un- he receives Information that the same Is of young guava trees. J. A. Gilbert accompanied his mother L. CAMERON, Seedsman, ,

pppy this weeks moving towards this station.' Mr." Fee Miss Lillian Conkling, of Malabar, is and sister to Jacksonville Wednesday 126 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE FLA.,

I The 0. B. Y. club bad its monthly will send four the night following such visiting friends here. Mrs and Miss Gilbert go to Dayton, .. .._ ... .--.- .. ... .- .____ .. _. ....... ._ ._ 0" .... _. ._._ _.. __
Information: The; first at 7; 2nd, 7:10; Ohio, their former home, where they expect .
eating last which
was to
on Saturday good
without something
( 3rd7:20; 4th, 7:30: ; thus giving warning If you get to visit until fall, returning to Eau
tended
several of citizens.
by our
miles around. read, subscribe the ADvoCATE Gallle about Jan. 1st nut.David .
of a gale for many
here is every indication that this club The Jacksonville Fertilizer
fill soon have a neat, commodious club- Capt. Frank Powell took''a Jolly partyof B. B. LaRoche and J. J. LaRoche. paid Adams Is here em..a visit to his COif

|nine that will be a credit to' this entire friends for a sail last Saturday even- Titusville a flying trip last Friday.Rev. parents, having finished a course of

iction. Ing, to East Melbourne. On board we E. E. Johnson, of Cocoa, will schooling at MaMHoy's Business College, :3D. IS'CnDXjO'XTV. Q-oxxM :IMC: i&a ugor.
IA Mr. Smith from Honolulu has been noticed Mesdames P. P. Powell, Frank hold service herd next Sunday, morningand Jacksonville. Mr. Adams made a trip
LATE
CHAPMAN
Goode the Misses to San Francisco Cal.! ( A SUDLOW.)
Irculatlng Robertson and R. W. ; evening. # recently, visiting
among our pineapple grow- Annie Goode Maude relatives on his. return Journey from
Lillian Robertson, ,
|I recently selling smooth Cayenne T. S. Sanders and C. B. Sanders of South Jacksonville, Florida.
Powell, Jessie'Goode, Ethel Powell; here which he states he derived much pleas
Ineapple suckers. He much I
was very Indianola, were calling on friends
R. V. Kavnnaugh, A. J. ure and profit.
tool bed to find the business such a and the Messrs. ; -- MANUFACTURER OF -
last Sunday.
cress here. We do not do as much Goode, and J. II. May, of Rockledge.The Among those who took advantage of

bud talk about .what we are 'doing asher Misses Annie and Jessie Goode L. P. Allen, R. J.LaRoche and Cocoa J. J. the low-rate to Jacksonville, Wednesday, FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and

[ places, but traveling ,meo' tel us entertained the Y. P. P., Club} at their Laltoche transacted buginesss in on the F. E. C. R'y., were noticed B. J. ,
Ilsl Is the most 'prosperous .section 'In home, Fountain Heights, on last Tues- last Saturday. Stewart, of Bovine; Eugene Bralnerd, -
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state day evening. The Misses Maude Powell, O. Tucker, of Miami, and Miss Alice J. H. I). Smith, and John McAllister, Vegetables and Dealers In Every Kind of Raw Material/
Lillie Robertson, Carrie Gard, and Mr. banders, of Indjanola, paid the ostrich who will spend a week In "Ye Ancient '
John Nicholson furnished some excel farm a visit here last Friday. Cltle" before returning; and Mrs. Chris. Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dost Kanlt Etc. Also
lEJO) YOUR'VEGETABLES and fruit lent music on the piano. Captains Powell Houston, who goes to visit relatives at ,

] to E. B. Williams A Co., wholesale Martin and Scott furnished yachts Pilot Town. The: Fa.nJ.o-u.::: :acrdTimorrurAd: : ::

I fruit Broad and produce merchants, 65 South carrying the guests from town to the When In want loads of any kind otherwise of 'building, the Ammonia. . ... ... . .4 to 5 per cent / .

advt. on street page Atlanta 4. Ga.. See their party, and all report those a very present enjoyable were material Builders' In Supply car Co., or at St. Augustine i Roseland. Available Plum. Acid...". "', .6 to 8 per cent > lor 920.OO Per Ton.
Among
evening. I'otoah K
0..6 to 7
delivered pal"1cent )
make a
will be pleased to you .
Mrs. Frank Robertson,
Mrs. 8. F. Gibbs, price at your station. You have no r Klgheat Commercial Value given our brand In the last Bulletin. Write for
Sebastian.Mies Mrs. P. P. Powell. Mrs. R. W, "oodji Mitchell ; agent's or middleman's commission to n. D. RufTnor ha been putting: ont Price. 'Orders for a ton and for our brand will be delivered free ef all

,.. the, and Misses the Jennie Messrs.Miller Frank, Emma Powell, Clar- I pay. several thousand queen pineapple plants. freight further charge to any railroad depot on the East Coast al catalogue price, until t

( ence Hill, Richard Henley Allen Camp- C. V. Sherwood' fish boat I Is now notice. ..;t.
Katie Park returned to Whiteity bell, A. B. Downey, R.. V. Kavanaugh, Fort Pierce. carrying the mall to the peninsula points A
on Tuesday. Frank Conkllng:, Sam Martin; J. II. during. the absence of the regular mall]

Arthur Kroegel spending the week May, Rockledge. left for St. Augustine boat.
C. Campbell .
In his homestead at Vero. Monday. S. Kltchlng, of Sebastian, ha Ills Fred'k. S. Morse

1 Mrs. Oeo. Ha leaves this week for a Malabar. lighter anchored In the Sebastian river, x x r
pit to relative at City Point. We have bad some good rains the last In. readiness to load with wood for the r
.
night or two. Indian River steamer aid

W.F.E.E.Stephens C. Ry., was, traveling'here Monday.auditor fore C. FWorrh, of Valkarla, wa a visitor I A good many barrels bf fish leave here Owing to the poor returns from fruit :eE.L STATE .

here Sunday. every morning.The shipment, we' were going to Klondike', ,
[,8. 0. Boone, bridge foreman for the in but but noticed some spelled It .
we papers :
and Sexton were about all
Washburn are ,
pineapples gone
.
E. C. Ky., spent Sunday in our burg. :Melbourne Messrs. Saturday. r guavas are plentiful In town. with.a. K'and some with a C. We have. I.A.y;%r "=". :Dad.o cc.r PLOD.ZD.A.: '

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Abraham decided not to go where they don't, '
Foster returned from the e
eat coast via St. Augustine, Monday J. H. Clohecy has returned from a three Quite a number of days have knot bow to spell their own name. ; AGENT FOR LANDS OF .
ll I fight. months' visit at Stewart. been in town the last few *

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Jas. A. Groves ha the lumber on thee I Mrs J. M. :Minor, of Tillman, .aa.call- Mrs. J.jS. Bell and family left Wednesday ---- - --- Florida East Coaat Railway Company,

"round to build quite an addition to his Ing on friends here lately..C. for Jacksonville on a. visit- to Florida Coast Line Canal A Transportation Company,

","mence. t W. Bolton was In Melbourne .one her parentsThe NEW YORK Boston A Florida+ Atlantic* Coast Land Company. j'

Messrs. day thin week on business. Re. Tresca held services here .
William and Bogue were here twice last Sunday In the Methodist .. _. ... .. .
n their business In -- '- ---" -- '-- -- -
launch, Wednesday, en route. C. C. Carroll transacted church, to large congregations. TAILORING CO
fume to Miami. Tillman one day this week. Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton. SateS Sod International Exposition'
A good of our cltlrers took 'ad- Atlanta,Oa., IJIITREG. / .
Re>,. S. F. Oove preached the gospel Tom Howell, of Tlllman, has been a of many the cheap rates to visit Key

ere, Sunday, morning and evening, to"Mized frequent visitor here the past week. West vantage also quite a number left on. .the
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congregation Miss Florence Harris"' of Eau Gallle, excursion going to Jacksonville.. POPULAR PRICE TAILORS,. H. HAMMOND COMPANY

.o Lawrence, of Fort Pierce, and Chaa. has been visiting friends here the pass Miss Stella Tucker, one of our charming ,
0,
h. of Malabar, were passengers on week. young belles,. left Wednesday, for

| southbound train, Tuesday. Rev. Louder of Sebastian, will preach New Jersey, on a visit to her sister. Mite Wo Carry the Largest and .

,Jas. A. Hudson, R. O. Hardee, H. B. here next Sunday;the publlo are cordially will be greatly missed from our midst. PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS. k
oward, and veral others Joined the invite!. We wish her a bon voyage and a safe re- .
:: Lineof .
Most
Complete .
fwurslonlsts to Jacksonville on the 4th. Jennie Howell from Tillman, turn. ____ ____ .
'tCapt R. A. Hirdee had quite an ez- was Miss here last week, visiting Miss Virgil- Hammond, lad., South Omaha, Xeb., Chicago, III.,

I time with a rattler a few days Ine Carroll. Eau Gallie. Saltings and Trouserings Salesroom, 231 West Bay St., Tho W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville. Kla. !

1(0, but the snake as usual got, the left Tuesday evening for .
rom) of the bargain. C.'W. Bolton Masonic gather- Markets Rapidly Lards Hams and Bellies. '
attend idYinclng on
a
Cleveland Palm Beach will to several days. J. A. Andrews, of Eden, wa in town' in the State...... ,
ere KItching and :John Newt n ing, and be,absent this week. "
out fir&f.hlng! one night this week'. of ladles enjoyed an outing at "Vrj"te us :ror Pr1oe8. '
odepcred quite a large stingray, which A party days Major Lovett was In town Wednesday,
several
wed their bOat some distance. the week ocean beach enjoyed of the fine surf bating leaving on the south bound train. Salts to Order $Ia.od $20
they
Our?pworth League society Is in a Imme; sel,. Following are the names: W. U. H. Gleanon returned from a JOB FHZXTTZXTC
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Order $4 and $5
BoltoD. Trousers ,
oodsbing* condltioD. The young peofr }Ir.. S. Bolton, Mrs. C. W. Carroll visit to Miami, on Monday' train. tp / ,

r 2.ukn The | a great deal of interest 10b Misses Bessie Wells, Vlrglllne Dr. Brown of Melbourne wa a pa *- Sample sent by malt rA

*" .. Programme last Sunday was. and Jean UowelL eager for Daytona Wednesday's train. OF ALL KINDS .
'DC Intonating. ;
m. his IsabellA Born, of Canaveral, NEW Tome TAI OnL"G COMPANY, <
and other building Executed at the) 't "it
lumber last .
Saturday
Eau Gallle
Boy putted through East Street &
ullders' Supply No. 17 Bay ,
II You Reliable and tense direct from the accompanying Dr. Holmes to Faus OFFICE."j
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lumberr
Ael -read gNewspaper, Sabtleribe for Ca, 8t. Augustine, and save the tina, where she will make .Mis 'Holme Jacksonville Florida. APVOCATE PIIINTJNO. .
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ft i -. FACTS AND FANCIES. MALLORY: : STEAMSHIP. LINE. The Florida (central &" Pnnsnl? !>r RaiIro!


'I HOUSEHOLD LIGHTS.POPULAR I .
teeky... orie.ky w...... nqe -oL/r Florida. New York S between Florida and All I Northern Points.

b I M. Y.r*.*t 0....... Philadelphia and Boston. Short Line Augusta. Ga.; Columbia WaShington Bill

CANDELABRA GAS ANC I Twilled flannel Is I.M apt to shrink In Bailing from. Bmnewlek Ga., direct to New' York. Everett Savannah Philadelphia New York Boston and.the East

ELECTRIC LIGHT FITTINGS. I washing $ban the plain kind. Before anak- FABSJBNGBR SKRT1CK.) tlmore Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga Nashville, LouUvllle CinclnJ;

lug flaoael Into garments H is always bad Fernandlna, F.-C, & P. Ry. and Cumberland Route Everett J
to dip it la warns water containing a littll Lr Via Jacksonville 8.W am: L... Fernandina 1.30 p wI; M and Chicago. Holly Springs, Memphis.Little Rock Kansas'City),
.... Blrmlagham
..
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; ....1 Lamps B prea**' Lat..t This shrinks it and makes it last Brunrwlcic B.3O m. Daily except Sunday. Everett

.*r Hall-A' Fad For the C.mb1aWa: soap.apt to"full" later on. It is said that the nTllle Vl Bverett.4.00 pro alfrallF.| Ar O..& P. ib and w.So.Da11y.LvFasseugenallowed : Louie, Cbioago Junctloo Sioux Peusaoola City.' Mobile New Orleans :Texas, I\ e.ico: Callro .

I .t Wronfht Iron Md Delft Bna en..Ilen .- best war to wash flannels '. to put potatoes on board for supper ThundaywA River Coast. Effective May 10, 1807...
and the Pacific
must be peeled -
/( ". Alwar: IB Togo. ?. (,$Z...: la the water. The potatoes New' York Express No.' 811 leave JN
and Into
made s
Booked washed then SAILINGS!! ILT. vllleSilfta. m.. Sally, with Through nL\
In the and electrlo light flxtarwof paste with soap and water.. The flanaeliSTBUT PROPOSED IT.BmnswlekFriday :. ui.r ''\\IIInD! Columbia' W shlt ?*
gas :. :a. 8 Standard Time.) Baltimore Philadelphia, New fork 2P"t
ti' .New York,Pier ill :80p m., ( 9 .rr a .y ( *
1
+ modern dwellings of the better son .. OF TEXAS... Friday! : : i"1,1? : ? Eastern points. Connect* for .,*
a. ..... ........STATE remaae.,:
I July: ............. 'J m.
i neD ORANWK :
'b' Limas, wrought iron bronze or ..i1h Friday July: S....... < ; RIO .Friday,July 0 Arrive p.
"s.
.............V..8TATB OF
are all pressed into service and UMghoioest +o July 16. ....Friday: July: ) S Fast : '
trer
h ;y, I Friday July ..... RIO ...Friday Aug.i,8 r r Jack.onvlTs daily for tam. I Ins
I designs Friday July .......COLOBjUX.;.>, : CON :KM p. m. ...
tits ; or 10; Came*through Slag
railroad agent
etc. apply to any ern point en J"'k,
bf bygone ages orof For l"aerailDformaUoD. steamers trains! !. JaoJuIoDvll1e. a York. No. 86 .nl.
,I ? y A (;tiAD.DAVIFi.'pa&220 W.Bar: S& rllle to New Jsektonddt

III b t + modern fancy 11.11.'RAYMOND,General Southern Agent, Brunswick, Ga. .w+y 9,0.m.
a e
1 tt jure duplicated or r C.H.MALLORY,,General Agent,Pier. M,1:.River. and 8B3 Broadway,N.' Y. 'Cincinnati
4A ) and Jacksonville: NO 36
enlarged, upon It p a S,Jacksonville,-00 p m.,via Everett Macon.il
until the results 4 lanta, Chattanooga Connects for i- II YIIIt,
t2 : a Nashville 8t Louie, Chicago) and all nU
.are as near per. ,
i'tj I F e and western points. Returning train arrive.t ,
-W
eotioa ai the : c Jacksonville 8.10.. 10.

"Ii band ef man eon --

,j 9j ::make them. Tallow N V 0 Ashevllle Route. Through Pullman 81001'4

n or wax: can- ., Car sertloe for Cincinnati via Savannah,CoI,
C FL I a bra,Asheville. Hot Springs Kaoxvllle, thm
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Ho, oil lampa.rtomhoa d the Celebrated Mountain Country or 8w.
Ie y'
may have opxer h Carolina. Leaves Jacksonville Too p m,
1 1 6 Ire Cincinnati '.to a. m. Returning u M
5
i + ; 1 beengoodenonghr &W7 r s il, 0 o v R JackacnvWs0d0am.
for our ancestors, / '
A e. a y
; l+ ilrat'nothing Is ( S Ole..ww J 1 -
too good for the we.wk'mow o q Only line Through the Beau Iful BId
,1
Country of Middle Florida, PensacoU LKseambla
+' present. genera. ? Bay: Leave Jacksonville, 1l:isi, .
y tion remarks '" -4 for Lake City: Live Oak, Madison hontlodo
(ft M' 'Viii of ills .. v na Tallahassee,Rivet Junction,Pensacola, Hobilt,
r9tandardDealgn. JL CORIDA CENTRAL o. ,. New Orleans,and the southwest, Mexico
a er In preface to HAIL IOCWKL LIOHT. f SaO1 fornla and the Faclno Coast Carrie 1I1e.No. .
and : arrive.Jacksonville\ T::55..m.
Interesting information about! faehionj -
rygh74j' R.R.
able modes of lighting from which the PENINSULAR -

j+ i following is gleaned: sod Connsctlons.. acv" v Leaves Jacksonville 9:ill a.m.for Stark I Hthorne.
FL0 e1D Sliver Spring, Ocala Oame.vlII"'r", u
newel J2J.rr OA
i A hall mounted lamp upon a .. Key Wlldwood, Leesbure Tavaren
t post and intended for' either electric ns ..a..,,wan.,a. r.R-. Orlando Laoooobee. Dade City, Plan
I latest designs. Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville 4.14: p.m.noUTEThrooRh .
( -r light or gas in one of the very .
Pullman Sleeper Via Frerett Macon Atlanta, esbattanooge. !
NAsu-llLLE
The standard is a simple columnof 1I () Leave Jacksonville 1.00 p.m., arrive :Nashville T.OO next p. m. Leave Naihtuie
brass and the lantern is of bronze rI 8:10 next a. m.
y arrive Jacksonville
i.oo a. m.s; the Cumberland Route steamer, and Cu
Brunswick by
and brass, with opalement glass sides OOSTUMM. I 8:15: a. m.-Leave Jacksonville. fbr

The body of the lantern Is of the bronze, an to be wet in warm water and rubbed ieriand\ Bound.rD.-Loc.1 for Everett. Close connection for Brunswick.: Shortest and qnlckeit run>

and on it in relief are bras wreaths with the paste until they: are clean rinsed. 4:00 5:00 P.p. M.-Local for Tallahassee and Intermediate Pullman point sleeper Arrive Jacksonville...JacksonvineTJSij*:.15 p.m

1 x forming{ a. setting for the glass. The I. in warm water and then in cold. They: tc9Iw 9:40: P. M.Sleepers-For Tampa for Cincinnati and Intermediate via....h.vI1le.lea"points. ..Jacksonville as T.OO p. m., arrives -"

P t : whole is topped by a brass ornament and must be pulled lengthwise and dried.' 'Ule Through. ,arrives Cincinnati 7.40 a.m, Leave Jacksonville. Slba. m.and 7:00: p.m.
as possible.) Exposure to sulphur Macon, Atlanta two Train Daily.
vests on four slender brass legs connected) For Excursion J'olate-Io effect June 1st.
and that is RATES to
vapor will keep them white k ff SUMMER Trains. Parlor car between JaokaonviUe and Tampa.
standard
Wth the ihe method employed by professional oleanrs. Pullman Sleepers! Indexed :Map of Florida to .
Township

r 4, ) great The m&D7.earl newel lights'were ago and in were fashion superseded -. Among. the innumerable superstitions SAFETY I COMFORT QUICK TIME. I LOW.. RATES !I N. tar-Send*b. PENNINOTON Traffic for Best Manager.. A. O. MAcDONELL General Passenger. Af'

I by the hall lanterns; which now Donneoted with weddings there I. one thatMserts 1.

I in turn most yield place again. that certain days are unlucky ones Finest Cuisine and"",,1_. Wo Transfer between Jacksonville and New' fork.

t Wrought iron though somewhat somt upon which) to begin a matrimonial career' The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel. Steamer t

1 .* >er in Itself, is nevertheless a most effective while certain others are fortunate. The Florida East Coast Ry.

and suitable metal 'to use in lit ,It,",is arable most days desirable are, of to course know.then They which: ... "Comanche" (new.), IIllgo lquln," "Iroqnols, "Cherokee, "Semlnole.

; Ivories, halls or dining rooms for chandeliers Jan. 1, 8, 10, 10 and 1111; Feb. 1, 8, 10, 10 \ Tla..Ts>*>l. N.. .-(,)....._.. .0 .r.. ... 5. J.8ItT. t

f iMt. lamp or side lights. Some of and III; March' 0, 6, 18, 80 and 88; April North-Bound\ .*
the designs are 'very' quaint. For' in- and a 4 18,180' ) and Steamers are appointed to sail according to the ttde.Irom i :NORTH BOUND (Bead Up), I
I, 4, 1*. 80 88) May .. at Charleston; ), Sundays: and Thursdays.Crom SOUTH BOUND (:IteM Down)
s tanoe, what could be more charmingly 8s; June 1, 8,11.17 and 81)) :tull. 8r 18, JACKSONVILLE 8., "0., .(calling. ,Mondays, Tuesdays and Friday. No 9'' O T:d roa7 __

4- .8 .hideous than a' dragon upholding candelabra 10, 81 and III; lU8. 8, .11, 18, 80 and 80;, For hour CHARLESTON of sailing see"Clyde: Line" Schedule' ,or Jacksonville and Charleston. dally papers. No-r- .. o ...... Lv....... Jac onrl e.,.....Ar. Ota.. ... JlOa... ............ .....
.
? The little sauoers which keep Sept. l-0, 10 and 1181'; Oct. 1, 8; 15, 17, 87 W :." 1 ..... Ar .....:St. .01..tiJI."Lv.. 5.i: e....,.... .70.. .. ...... "NM.,
.... >> m'
the wax from the candles from melting and 1111| Mor. 6, 11, 18, 88 and 85; Deo. 1, jI> South-Bound. SSteamers foll'o..1 .... : : lUKia .. ..:... ......:.... 1.v..8t.. :......... .. Auiruittiike. .............Ar.Haflttmrii. 44ir4)M 1 .Iv.> ...... ..::.. ...... .....Nl
IS beoom- New York at 8 m. lUll 110% ..... ...... ....
89.Astrology : : "
and East River
10 88 Pier .... -
8 10 to sail from 29 ) >
mantel 01table are of art appointed ... ... : Dt P.I.tlla. .
down over the \ Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays.for .. .11 .... \l 'Abp..1.' ...... ..... ..
which
l delft for the latent fad is the comblna-. log fashionable Again,so these dates, Cor CHARLESTON:8.0.,.A.callingatCharleston), Mondays Wednesday. and Fridays.Clyde UOOaUtIOa ...' ...... .......Ar.....Palatkit...,.Lv. 466p ...... ...... ...... s...
l : 4 have been'decreed of good omen by the JACKSONVILLE ( ..... ...... ...... L..P.I.tk..r... ...... ...... ..... .....
'tlon this china and iron. These ...... ...... ... ......... \ Mlllwo..J. 31oJt. '
of with ......
of the attention of all ...... .. ..... ......
: candelabra be arranged that gas tan, are worthy New England and Southern Lines (Freight only.) ...... ...... .... Ly..bAD 1l.t.CJ,......., r, IMP, .... .:.:.. .. .. .. .. .
A can so who are. about to be married.' .. x.11. ...... ...... .:.... Lv..........Grmond..Ara.. 1t1l61' &. ... .... .....'. ,.:..:
pipes GaD be run through them and Cloth and velvet in combination have (Calling at Charleston 8. 0., both ways) ..:.. 1 ...... .....' .. .. .. ...' .Dayton. .:..... a t.lV ........ .:.... ... ...
oW- ,III enameled metal candles substituted for of their prestige. The Illustration "DELAWARE AND "ONEIDA" ...... 1 ...... ,..... ...:.. ... ....lortOraynt7nea; .. IL'p ... ..... ....
.
> Ion none STEAMERS ...... l46p ...... ,..... ...... .. .., ... .: n. liOn .. ..,.. ::.. ...... ..."
of .
l the real > given today shows a costume are appointed to sail as follow t ...... I lip '..... ...... ..... ......,...OakHlll. ... liftunIt lliltv ...... ..... ...... .....
.s The! lighted hear?: brass ohanftAiers French blue cloth and velvet of the same .from toot of Hogan Street,Jacksonville, From Lewis'Wharf, Boston. ...... 1/ISIa/ ...... ...... ...... .,.TItIllt..l1.; .,......:: ...... ........ .... .
: ... : toy "
many FRIDAYS. :...
..,
I The skirt Is straight in front and THURSDAYS. ...... liIlIp .....' ...... .:.... .OIt.YPuIn. ...... ...... ...... ....:ra
oo1or ..,..... .. if
into 00 ... ...... Alp
first use .. Cams
which came ....., Blp ...... ..u. ...' a. ...... ......
....
behind the foot being .. ... 1D: ( ; .. ;
been improved ball three petAl ...... ,..... ... .. ...... .........Bnckl tre ,. .. .....
.
..
have
years or so ago never which forms a pointn .... .. .........Een G.IIi,.......... 11 j.' .... -
t aced with velvet ...... 4... .... .....,
up ... ....
upon for elegance in the time that of the tabller. Just above the St. Johns River Line. ...... 4... .. .. ........... Smrno:: ,........ 11'b45.. .............
then and now. The > each side Clyde's .... 41&p ,..... ..+..: ..." ..... ..:Melb<'........... 1l..4a. :... .
has between and silver "
elapsed black ....
of
4Ja:
.. 1J
velvet ace applications ... ..KoMalund. .
r I of the present carried upward. at ::: / : ::'::: .: ::::..::Seluwtian.::::..... lOSiia94te :::::: :::::: :::::: ffoXtJi
ballroom or drawing room embroidery: which are (DE BABY LINK' ) 0facksonvlue :: 45.::: :: : .. ......" :........... .... -
i v'' day is quite as likely to have a chandelier the sides to define the tabller.. The crossed" Palatka Sanford Enterprise: ,Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. ...... ... .... .BdaflOT "" '...........1'urt Bt. Lucto.Pierce.......... P dun ....... ...... ...... II 1 b!"
..... ,,
...... .. liiJ
of the same design as was used wrselot of velvet is fastened with silver -- ...... .......... "r......... .Ec1.... ..... 000.:! ..... .. ... ......... ."
y autton The bolero Is of blue doth, covered ...... 550i...... ..... 82Ua ........,...J.uaea.. ..... d ....1 1IIt
{ 1,1, i / with black and silver embroidery and Steamer UW"ELAKA"CA.PT. ...... 1 .... ..... 1I4VeI." ............8t..r............. ". '. ,........ ,............
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t 1 .... ..... Tlla ........ .Aiioia.} ?
..... ..
silk 4 .... .... .... !!
of SHAW.
is pale pink W. A.
full chemisette Sound...... .
vli the ..... "Zip ...... ...... Site ......Hobe 96u... .... ...... .....
The clone sleeves of plain blue cloth are Is Appointed to sail as follows i ...... 1 68s. "". ,........Went.... JnpltarRiviera.. ...-............ !< ..:..... ............ HIM
at the wrist and have double .. ......1010
embroidered .I1 Tuesday and Saturdays at 8.80 p. rLeave. ,. ...... ...
> Beaola..LY.
:. .. .\Veet Palm
tdhri of embroidered cloth. The blue felt Leaves Jacksonville. -: and Thursdays at 4.00 a. m. ...... 1 00a ..r.. . ... ............ Ole:
caps Sanford -f ...... .LJnton
i ... I .
and ... 784p..5' ) L.uderdalw.... .. SNIa. .... ...... .....
velvet yellow
hat Is trimmed with blue ...... 1 .. / P'".........1brt..Jjemon City....... M ..1 UUa\.,...' ...... ... .. IlGa
JTOio CHOLLKT. ...... p ....
r ?:t, .. ..., tkI feathers. ,. Gen'l Passenger and ':Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonvllli ..... bop Ar.M............Miami..........Lv. 8 'KJa ...... .-betwJ... .. ;*
Tr..III.IIII.III. and 78.
Waked by Telephone.. A. A W. BRANCH. 17 Audstlnsdalll
8On"'U. IIInll 8e.
The Johnstown Telephone company .1.0.L.HOWARD. SUJ>8r1Dt8Dd.at. F.. It.IBOfIJNGIEB.JR.,Fla,Pass.Ai a BTATIONa. o. !.?.._4 Train 1Mrp b.Ma.n Mlanl sect re./
,,.. bias all night service at its central office Foot Hogan St. *>* West Bay St. y.... '.,8myraa..A., .. TI&r 5 Pierce dall '. except Sunda'J'or'.Pies ad
Trib-. JACK8OIrra4JSp 'LA.. ......Lak.Hel"Ly.I 1* OOp\ 4 56p Train *e. between
,' \ and, according to the Johnstown .....Orange CUr.....Lv. 13 llip tt Up Miami, dIT. except Monday.oi I St. A--
e"y.Ij nee, has established in connection therewith I Taro G.Eason T.M., W.H.WABBUBTO,E.P....., M. Bf. CLTDfe A.T. II.I 11 .....Or..OItp.\.Lv.12. Up 5 Up tine Train.dally JS, "SL'tIP'knd 7$801011&7.sonth ...-

.( I ft unique method of helping out S hOWLING GREEN NEW YORK. I
those of its subscribers who do not care Tk..s.as.r
themselves to at a certain WM.P. CLTDB. CO., General Agents ..
( to trust get up IlelawareAve.Pbiad.lphl..
1 80. !
New' Tork. .
Green
desired hour without scone outside S Bowline ,
t tI .e "BISCA'YNE"L -
,I assistance. It is a. call system, something .

I" on the style of that in vogue at -. appointed to Perform Service. follows:
the hotels. The subscriber who wishesto .,
wake at a certain hour calls up cen- Iwre MIAMI 10:30: p. m.Wednesday: and Saturday*, oonneotin wtlk Train SI

tral and tells the operator who "makesa I ; Leave KBT'WK3T S:.00..m! Tuesday: and Fridays.:
note on't" When the set hour arrives southern.Railway. Ooan... n.at; Miami with.Train. 78. followingmornln*

.the operator rings up the subscriber f.JX 1 .........
'. r ,ri who made the request If he J.f BBOKWITU'I'raaIo 1Iaaa.-, Aa..G.Psm5E" -

turns over and fondly imagines It'. on- .*. A.ns..ne. ...

E ly an alarm clock he is badly fooled
ROUTE.E1l
.....' .... ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST .
bell will keep jingling
..,...""...'" as the telephone
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......- ....... until an answer is turned in to central I The Line. .

i WBOCOHT neon CANDELABRA. giving assurance that the sleeper is ovez> TVLL>rAN DBAWDTO BOOK OAKS DININOXHOBOT7OHYA&ECOACHES OAi$, Tropical.Trunk'

::4 p!' in the lifetime of the owners' grandpa awake.In : VSSTIBTJLED: TRAINS.
j, nts M he is to have one of the dainty the same manner if physician is J I Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railwa
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the reached' if requested ,
.slender affairs which contest with called for and cannot bo Receiver

former style for popular favor. The he will ,be> notified of the callas EAST AND WEST.TWO JOSEPH H. DURKEE
NORTH Noii'i'nNo,200 -
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have be reached and told .
globes of the first mentioned soon as he can 80UTH ,
changed somewhat in shape, and instead whence it cams i0. No. 21. No.23 Time T.bl.1D ffeG\ May 1697. No. &:-7q I J0

; of being made of out glass are generally DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND:: TH8 EAST,. ........ Local 630p'it Lv........ 'ACE.ONVILLE..Ar; 'iao.m 6401'01 610pm "iJfO
..... 1 62am '
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........ Mixed R Park. 'fu.da'
SO6p 936a.a..0
opalesoont or' delicately tinted, and in ...... Want Park. .. ...'... MoW > .llIp 944........ ...,. .......I. ". ......?..., 840.m. ..809pmn.... .. ?
many oases they hide eleotrlo lights instead It in. planned to present to the Maine and Southwestern Limited ......... aadYrl .. .a .1 fagnons.' .. l48pm" '* s948p .&
Washington .. .... .. ...,,.., 10t6& :: .....GreeaCo..8prlnge......::: 'e00am 1
l of gas flnmes. legislature a project to sot apart a natural And the United States Fast Mall. ........ .. .... .. ........ .... .. ... .. .. ,...Bo twlck. ....... .. ... .......... 6 0n p m'',!r
.' The Argaud side light with oyershade park, which shall, be kept by the ........ 11 bas Hoop 1)3IR.( ... ...., .Palatka........ ...:... 500am 42'iP II'! '
Ties in ........ Ij 48p 12341' II 22& .;.. .,.......8.t llm.."..:....... .' 28.m ::: I"
of rose or other colored glass state for a breeding ground,for fish and .. .. lOOp 116IIp II Sue..,.......... ..Pomon.....,.......,... ,.414am 614p 12"
popularity with the electric light. in which there shall be no killing CULT 81 BOtmS 1 T'WA8HINGTON.. ... .:... I nip 1:108.11: 505 ....'....() ... .... 8118.m 8110pIU 12''"
game 8431'
a' with imitation candles woods and YOIt1.Bond1r.MbeledTralse..pomdofLatest ..,..... 220p 1225a 12ola .. .............Seville...,......: ... 840am ::: 1":1:
chandelier all the waters TO HEW 3O3Pm
The and from which OILY 27 HOURS JAOI30HVILLB ,....... 842 I' loSa 123a.. .... ..DeLeou 8prlnp"..... ... Beam Ate
concealing the ROB tubes and taking the of Maine shall be stocked.-Boston ,........ 41'lp Llla1'14npt.,0lanwoed: .............. 905am 9Mpm::: 1st405p
with is popular ... .... 180a 111181' ...... ........Berelford............... 1140.m 335Pma20p. .. .
:place of tips globua very Herald. Improved PeUmast Sltlat Dar:.*4 Betsl t*... .. ...... ........ IllIpAr "....... .216pm." .
? ...........De"--d .......... tAr .... 6IIp' .
the candles } ....
( at present Not only are greatly. tag Can'tho...' ehaa.. to Waaniasto.. BaltUsere.naiatUlphla. ...... 4111 P ......., Ij 40aLv Sf.m" .
Ol by .. .. ................:. .
used in chandeliers, but in side lights, .N..1'erk aaatke EM ...... 513 401> ..... .. .Ent.rprise t'' t104Oaa.
soaked in cold water overnight' ......., .. ....p.$2. p..r .........T1TUaVILLJ.Ly: .
and when they are of a delicate color wing ........ ....... ...... .. ..... ... .......Paola...... .::......, ......... .
tints used the effect or at several hours after peeling. .... .....: .... ... ........Sorrento................ .. .01
4 and not too many The water should be changed once or 'THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN : ..I :. :::: ..:............II.DoI'8............... ......... : .m ::. ,
is quite attractive: :::::::. :::::::: ::::: : Onp ............, ..-............. ......... .16o 01 .31'
wioe. JACKSONiLLE AND NASHVILLE. ........ 800 P elM.a p At.............Sanfod..a..Lv 148..m p ,.'
........ ,. .... .. .........Altamonte Springe.......... .
........ ........ .. ...... ... ...winter Park:. ,..... ... am..
1216
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Through Sleeping Cars Dally Jacksonville to ........ ........ 980: 306p :...:....,.. ..Orl..do......,......... lIlT P .
... .::.JUMtmmee. .......... :.
KEEP YOUR BOWELS STRONG ALL SUMMER I Cincinnati, via,! Asheville Through the :::::::: :::::::: Ar..::.. Jo...... ... & m 9i4n. .
; .. .. .. ... .....r.Lakel.:: .....:.,.... .9411 P m Seim7TEs .. '
"LAND OP THE SKY." ........ ....:.. fOO .,.::...._..... Br CATHARTIC ........ .... I OIIp..r.Punta Gorda..L. P sin : :
f ANDY .. ...... ...... .. 100 a S 4/lp Ar.............Tampa..v: lOOP. m 100 ::..
ro.........t bofe....._ .. to rasm dAedala. alee***..ear r..--w eta, aPW"N3 .... ........ .. .... 01 ....
ot sb.HOVZIUM KAU.W.T w |Ii. euuaokUma. .. .... .. 1140. TOSpAr..Jors7Yrope... . L..T25p..a.. ole-
ant Mon,ind Then .,...........,Port Tamp .:::'::.::"'r 9b! p" :.r. d pat
t :::::::: :. Ig :; Ar.............Key We ...... .Ly 9 10 P ID wed..d Est
L; A. SHIFstsUf, IlvUs,Pass ........ tU West Bay.....*. Jacksonville, Via. .....,.. W.d and ".t.'T r. .... .. .....,.Ka........ ......:,!..Ly 1210pm

1. Jr.Ot7LJ'W.. A. 1'tBX, IL K. IBDWIOZ Daily: t Dally.xcept Sunda .
t,. ...... .... Trains.t and 311 carry ThIfI1 Pullman Buffet Sleeping) Can. FridayY.1 "TCoooaa a a
?21=: Dad WaWisw JLa ttM Indian Rlyer._men(new Ilse,)lea.TI'u.yUl.JoDclay."""eda..d ,RInr,
,,,. &> ; Fat Oa1110.11eIbOnrea and Intermediate polnta 0. Icdraa F
:30 P.
CURCCOHSTIPATIONALL ,jfa. 2.. .ssva txmrw'hwe4,..Tharsda)'and Saturday at T......ani",a.'l'1c-nu.12: I.
r r Jti/e Tralall: le.vln Jact.o.vnie tinny: at 0:12: a ....,ani_ as Hawthorne a' >s ta e S'rt
6 Jactnopvtl tanborrg
a 1 7ee.burg Beooksvn) .546 p. ..... Train leaving d
: Clearw
i 10Jat .as OakIand 4:dr a' :' 'bee 1:40 p..... TuJIoD 8prlnp a::66 p.m,
DRUGGISTS a,at.P. 10:30: a,::.deny: except Sunday: -
LY.GftualBupftmteDdeDC.
$0- ADYOCATE does all tints of Job Printing. w. B.. corrcr. O. CJ[ / peN.M
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INDIAN RIVER: ADVOCATE,_AUGUST 6, 1897. T ,J

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FASHION'S_FANCIES. floha SMniT of covered moire velours with a1Urte.embroidered. Antobfitt wl'h 1 p- I Invite year AtteaUBaJ'Oonpt.**Stock of Spring and Summer Resorts on the East Coast R'y,. ";

w....... e6 .annum o.a_-Ooh. butter colored silk and trimmed with HARDWARE and CROCKERY ,
test j..r Yaaey Dr.n BaIL' richess aDd raffle of monsssUn de sate ., Steam :

JD'01l' the fashionable ancle in Jewel- The Rohn L fastened at the left aid and Glassware Lamps and Lantern. AH kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware Graniteware The Florida East Coast Railway to Miami. The Miami A Key West t"j i
Ipe fear laved olover. This has come ha long end falling to'tha foot of the doors sash and blinds and Builders' Hardware water coolers ice cream Line to Key West. y
II tool again\ a.tterhavlDtrretlred into1okgound skirt The gown U sleeveless, but long freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves Blue Flame kerosine oil stove, garden tools '
,hs( from the point of view of butter colored gloves are worn. plows and harrows, paints and oils.'Inuit Jars and Jelly glasses, poultry nettingand KEY WEST-Hotel Key West $4 and upward special weekly and commercial '
Do It u made in a" sorts Jwwola JXTPIO CHOUJtT. barbed wire.Harrison, rates Open entire year. A. M. Taylor Manager. General, ices: bt. Aogustlnev ;-

gold silver and enamel but 'C.. B. KNOTT .
.In ,
Bros Ready Mixed Paints.Tin '
the realclovwr' leaf belt THE CORSET AGAIN. '
1rrt! Ideals :
like a miniature andLaded shop m connection 'with store. Large Galvanized Iron Tanks Special General Superintendent Florida East Coast Hotel System. "

by by glass diamond, tlU'quoSaar- aWl nowrlalUns: Ia Spit of OMoqoy ty. Made to order,and as cheap. the ordinary wooden on..... Oontrante taken anywhere In the N.
Kay lUvelKUona. County for tin rooflnft Guttering:,eio. Please write me for l*rleea. oolUnt a portion .
E, robies or sapphires of your patronage Mall Order given Prompt; and Cartful Attention, and inquiries fur
\ d In enamel, blue, green The corset la again the victim- objectof prlcea answered promptly.
V.t.cbOllDOM.
i or blank, are among the pretty things anathema. How many generations .. :lW:. e'.RYL: +e.!.R, Travelers lloteL11c.t J
to wealthy women who can afford to have condemned It, how much obloquy it ,
I'll West lalm Boach Fin.
watches M they ohange gown. has endured and how well it still flourishes ,
aIIPWatohell are usually fastened to them There are certain plants that grow the Street Jacksonville Fla. .
Bay ,
of the dress by a flower-de-luoeof theme bettor for being trampled upon and It .
enamel,although eoohain ceded would almost BOOm that the corset Is more This hotel Is now under now management'anti has been thoroughly renovated !
attached to a et firmly fixed in fashionable affection for be- '
I'D HOME SEEKERS throughout. f""I>
th jewels .. ,
I Chatelaines seom to be coming Into vogue s- ---- Bus moots all Train, and Electric Curs pass door. Bath rooms and .all' et'
ftln. A very elaborate gold one was BOOne Conveniences on every floor.
day having a dozen small objects 4
other '
t These clashed and Who Home in the OPEN ALL THE YEAR. ? ,,,
ester d eebunbeeltatl g y a* If they had arc Seeking ,a Rates:.Amoilean Flan, *2\ to t2.Mj; European, COo to $1. Special by the week.. ,1
tin Instead of the precious .. 't
n madehere is something barbarlo In Mrs'. FINLEY, Proprietress.I' '. ,

hue metalllo decoration, however skill South should send to the undersigned j
the / :
have wrought
he goldsmith.may
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for a copy of the .\

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We have lands for Fruit Growing Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for co !JI5. ,

Winter and Summer Homes. *Climate the healthiest In the United States. -! .;

Apply to to I h ,!:


JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner,' ii y 1 t 1: II nf 1

FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y. .
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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. :
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yt \ 4 CLOTH COSTUME. FREYER .& BRADLEY MDSIC COMPANY 1 i I Ul1i W.-. '"e

lug abused. Of course so long tandlnll'quarrel a I

The latest is not enemy likely; of to the be soon corset decided.la the X' ":CJ (Successors to THE..A.. B. CAMPBELL CQ.) eS \ < 1; !1 "'I:'

ray. This insidious foe has revealed all cr-a ,. \ / /t.:, JI = J ,It
FANCY COBTUME. sorts of enormities In the human frame di- Pianos, Organs and Musical Merchandise.A S ii e 1 qq8 :
irnamonts. The suggestion of savagery IBoo vine, said enormities being entirely due to '; d C'w
In accord with a this cherished article of attire Everybody ez:=
strong. to 'seem quite :
CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME-PlANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE. ewt
lelloate, cultivated nineteenth century la horrified at the revelations made by the I i.l.,1.t
toman. One is Irresistibly reminded of scientific photographs, but everybody will I We purchased In January last the immense stock of Pianos, Organs-shoot ......- .; 1"11 :
African belle with her jangling bite of g* on wearing a corset just the same just music and musical Instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out .ION
jnotftl shaped by primitive instruments. as people are well aware that certain articles the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room for a full PI 1i .,''i: ;
here ornaments which serve a use-gir- of food are Indigestible, unwholesome, line of the celebrated Conover, New England,.Schubert and Klngsbury Pianos .
lee, brooches, buckles and combs-have a even positively hurtful, yet the market for We have the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to fciOO: more than we
talld excuse for being. Those which define web comestibles does not fall.. When it is ask for them : a aiJItI aM
ihe customs of the body; -necklaces, bracebte a question between looking pretty Inside Conover staple K.'War...............,..........311II Halnell Broa., tyle.. s.mah.. ..h ,.........;.$2ooa. )
outside, the latter K.eb...... ................... are: Schubert, III"....................... \17m\ !
also not and
,fillet and rings- are only par- looking pretty 1 "J, b. ,................. ,.. (let Malcolm. Love wal................... 911uu : 1J1
lonablo but desirable but those which condition ia sure to be preferred every .:.; .. :at .OJ.wal..:.....".........o......800 Steinway .b........... u.,.,.., 1111. ......- mfa I 1
ire simply an excuse for spending money, time. ..... ..............., ... 4w! Everett .10.. .................. I'IM1E :
shows charming .4 wal. : .. ... ...... 3'J3 IUngllbury, eb.; .. ,,..,. ., 7111McCammon I V ili :
illustration allloB "
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relation to the human Today's ,
blob have 'no style 7dmah..i... ..... ........ ilea .10,..... ....."..... 2o0 r=
Arm and no use In holding the clothing costume of pearl gray cloth. The skirt Is ....,. a I' ... ..".:...... set Rnabglirand .......#...."......... 1111..
getbor, do not seem to be In the beet out away at the foot over a wide bias band I. u 7.wal.....",............. 2711 Btuyv.e"n' .b...................... 1711U '
blue velvet headed by applications 7.eb,..... .... ...:...... 2110" wale.................. !10wHalos. 6 j
taste la like the beet of q1
mate, for the best sapphire Bros.. It e, eb.... .................. ail N.by&;: Evans eb...................... ]Iii:
manors in. being the lmpleet. and mo tpproprlate. of rosettes of old point. The short, .. .. It 9,eb. .... ................ 1111 .J..... M.Star. .b..............,.......... 110 t .4:*
straight bolero of sapphire velvet la trimmed It It 8,mush..A........100 Morris looSome A gi J gx .
A picture Is given of a. naiad' costume with similar rosettes and open. overa of these pianos have been rented, but we have had them re-polished and 1.
or .a fancy dress ball. The skirt Is of chemisette of white and pale blue broohe put in thorough order' and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momey re bls .;
hit*crepe de chine embroidered with goldnd silk. The tight sleeves of gray cloth havea funded. We furnish a stool, scarf; Innstruotlon book and delivered f. o. b. Jack ':,
yellow. Over this Is draped a tunlo small puff at the top. The plaited collar sonville; cash or installment. Sheet muslo at half price. Write us. ,
if water green gauze having Interwoven and crossed corselet are of blue velvet. The'valou FREYER: BRADLEY MUSIO COMPANY CONOZIZI'Y
:aO't'EL:: : :
Ineflof Oliver. It 1* lined with gold gauze collar la lined with lace. The bluevelvet 24 :East.-Bay; Street, Jacksonville, Fla. i
nd fringed with crystal.; The tunlo Is toque la trimmed with blue plumes .

[roped by a chain of blue oaboohons. Yel- and pink velvet flowers. ._______ .-. ---- h ___ __ __ -_ --,-- MIAMI, FLORIDA.: :
ow IrlnoH and reed are worn In the hair JCDIO CHOLLET.A t
nd are arranged on the left shoulder and ::EJOTmLS. Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvements.! Located on park, one "I

own the right side of the skirt. A stalk A .-- J>ota . .. .. block from hotel Royal Palm, oommandlnff splendid vlewjof Bluoayne Bay lutes ''
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>(reeds Is carried. In the hand. Potage of croutons is a nourishing' --------- $3 per day and upward. Special: rate by week or mont .

Jtroio Cnou r. and excellent French soup. A recipe is "
now going the rounds for this soup. Filcher's Cottage. /r

DRESSMAKING HINTS. Here it Is: Parboil 2 turnip 2 carrots,. OCEAN BEACH: HOUSE."
head of celery out fine and one-half an
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Pa,1D1: Sti-oot:: :, Tltias-crlllo: ; : P1a. ,
How to Enlarge a Bodl -To Put laWhalebone onion. Take I 2 quarts of stock and
*. adding the vegetables to it simmer all Centrally located between both depots. Airy rooms, good table pure drinkIng THE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. .a'Oppo.ltJ '
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The princess gown has a new lease of life_ I until -it ia tender. Then make a water. Surf batblng. 1
lor very Rates: 2.00 per day: special rates by the week or month.. Daytona. near the City; Beautiful Boulevard Sun
of course ceremonious, and ia occasions.in great favor It has for a bridal train dozen small slices of hard toast and put CHR. F. FILCHER, Proprietor. mer Rates. $7 and t*tt per week. Special rates to families.\ I louse open all the year ':rl
OMtumea. them into a saucepan with enough more I Address MRS It. C. BERRY, Sea. Breeze, Fls. :

The bodice of the present moment In soup stock to cover them, and allow themto _. -- -' ------ --.--------.--- __ ________ __.__..._ ._ w wThe
spite of Ita apparent Mamlessnpss, Its shir- stand over the fire, heating until the ARTHUR T. FEASTER. )
rings, puffings, plaiting lengthwise and toast has taken up all the liquid. Then

horizontal very close. and It its baa blouse a tight effects lining, ia really upon tureen lift the pour slices the carefully soup. and into vegetable your soup INDIAN: :: : RIVRR 230TEL: ., Hotel Placid pJneodae;::: ; t8 4

which all the fullness Is oarof ully arranged; over them and serve. JACHSONYILLrIFWflWA' i tIn _
otherwise would be baggy and shapeless.If .
a bodice bag become too tight, it Braised Bwf. TITUSVLLE| the center of the city on Main Street, the dividing between east and west .k.:
should not be enlarged by adding anything of beef without bone in- one block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. ,.{
In the middle of the front/ag this displacesthe .Put a piece larded with Indian River. Superior Cuisine and Service.' Bus meets all train Terms 9J.OO: per day and .. 'Ji,
darts. It 1* better to out a new underarm to a kettle, having it well Fla.' upwards Special rates by the week. N. L. WARD, Proprietor. "
pleoo, making It wide enough to give trips of pork: add. cupful of boiling 'fir ,t,
the neooanary enlargement to the bodice. water and any good gravy if you have it, .e ,
Thewba1ebone' boning a dress- a few sliced onions scattered over it if ; ARTHUR FEASTER.

and real whalebone In superior to any of liked. If not, omit. Cook slowly one p1.. MANAGED. Seminole Hotel ;
Uio substitutes now offered aa it adjust hour and a half. Add water if gravygets ; .r;
Itself .
to the figure-should be neither thicknor
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stiff. It ought to be very pliable and too low.Edinburgh 1 Open All The Year. ''
oft and should be scraped at the ends and OPEN ALL THE TEAR.
M e*to make It thin and avoid any evidence miles northeastof -
is
of its existence on the outside of the 8,876 i sill'' ti few minutes' WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. y,
Washington.What ,;s, > Only a
walk from Railway stations This hotel Is substantially built of brick,'and baa every convenience. Close to
do you need In the way of and Steamboat land- the railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel '
envelopes note and letter heads, bill Ings.On with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests' Rates, from$2.00: per day ana. ,
heads statements tags cards, etc? the banks of thefartamed upwards; special rates. by the week or month.
We shall be glad to have a share of your ? Indian River. .. GEORGE ZAP, Proprietor. f

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OPEN ALL THE YEAR BOUND.SeasiTe HOTEL ALGONQUIN, HOTEL COQUINA;;; ORMOND-BY-TIIE-SEA, FLA. ,JoJ ,


I, M. W. BATMAN, Proprietor, Open for Bummer Season of 1807 June 22ml. Flno $urf Bathing, Fishing and
Inn '
wheeling. SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY
I '. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
HARRY Manager. r
L.IBEEMAN,
New' rnrnltnr and Vlxtnns throughout.Mectrio ..
r AT SEABREEZE, FLA.A -' boll In envy room. Fronting the Old Now open for the Summer Season.

The best of Surf BathBWLDINO Btev Market and PI_ Overlooking the Bay, .. ... --
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Good Fishing and a with one ocean view. All white help. Bates --------r.---- ;
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COMFORTABLY beautiful wide, smooth .v, tiMt per day and epw r4. Special weekly raw. n" STANTON HOUSE.
beach for Driving and Sample room. t [
$
FCa."I8BltD. Bicycling. _.. -
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Rates, $2.00 per day. Specialby !.D. J. JONES, Proprietor. '"

I the Week. The Colonnades, C 0.

STEWART fc GRAMLING, Proprietors DAYTONA.. Rates $2.00 per day. Special Terms (to ; -
On the Peninsular, opposite r

Large, airy; and well-furnished rooms, with all Modern Conveniences, electric -I I Families. '

t The . lights, bells, etc. ill -
bod1oe. DnrU OOWH. Plenty of shade outside hotel makes it ft delightful place for children. Two Minutes Walk from Central
Hole should be pierced In close ASHEVILLE, N. C. '
to the enda, and Jaaaillttta above and below Dancing twice a week In Casino. -
&he wat t. This may be done with a THOUGH modest and aoobtrhlve, REDUCED RATES for Summer Mason, t7J1O per' week and upward... Engage >r y ,* Depot,
WIre wtUKmt of hotel Johevllle. CHATTANOOGA TENN $ ;
Uw. hone. any Danger. splitting there Is no better conducted your rooms at one* I" ;
Ewntng .. The popularity ofThe8w.nnanoa FREE HACK from Daytona depot. Address:
or.. the bodices laced or booked in front Is due to its unique location. Its SYDNEY HAIOri, Prop.,
beck should have .mall. round excellence> of location
"'ha1ebone a homelike atmosphere the i Nice family home; Pleasant ;
0UIUW1M. 1'1111 b wet nklaedis. aAn tbe7 Its cuisine and its very moderate prices. Seabreex. J'la... I house and furnishings: new} Modern con
II1Ire Hotel
Liberal weekly rate. Fort Pierce veni.oce..Nobetkrflrhlpg and huntIng -
2.60 day. ,
$
per
sad Utastoatton. to given of a charming RAWLP, > I In the State. 'J. A T. M. TYLER,
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pistureegis dinner It If of B. I

!--hi.med motn trod v.i0nrs with .tour and the be gown skirt plstttasji U tir1JD.I of. Central, on street car line. Prop.AgHrv1LLE The ADVOCATE does neat, clean job pJinting.I .I., ON INDIAN RIVER, Year In..... Sots Formerll.of Pleroe. FJa.New IIaveo Proprietors.'COD"- ,

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IJETTEK.. otice, DUREN &, FEASTER.....
OUR CAPITAL: fN t; & GRAHAM .
ROBBINS :
GROCERIES FRUITS &: VEGETABLES. Florida ai
In the Circuit Court,'in and for Brevar ,
[From our special correspondent.;] Florida: IN CHANCERY' .La ora... Glass and
County, .. ':y Tinware.
TALLAHASSEE, FLA., August 4, 'O". Thomas A.Crltumlus' 1 I Western Meats of All Kinds.Crockery. Your: patronage Solicited

The latest statistics at band show 111.1 Richard-1>.VS.rtwldlson and 'V,Bill to Foreclose I I wILl PRACTICE IN STATE AND TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. '
1 newspapers published In Florida, ((16i II his wire Mary E. PadUU I Mortgage. -
t the correct figure). This is an son. ,J UNITED STATES.COURTS.. ---=
probably increase of 25 newspaper plants In Florida IT attorney appearing. for, by tbe the affidavit complainant of D.,L.Thomas O mldei" fCrlmiufns ,. :eEDZ &:, :aeO.:
within the last two )'elll'a.Upon a i fair ,that the defendants, Richard 1>. DEL 31-.
, combined circulation of these Psdillson and Mary E.PaildlHon. reside within Furnished
estimate a of Tltla
.. tbe State or Florida,and are both over the aRM ABSTRACTS Seed fertilizers &: Fancy Groceries
StaFle
papers will give a copy of a Florida new. twenty-one years, and that said Richard IPaddlnon Groceries Grain. Hay, Garden Prull
paper to every family of three instate the and Mau.E..1'adillnon/ reside at PotnCaewell for Lands< In Brevari and Dade kinds. Grain Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal
and shows conclusively that t the ,State Carolina and that the And Food Products of all Grom
population, of Florida li a reading: pop- Is no person In the=..of Florida the the serrloof .ald Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively!
would bind Counties.
whom and solicit :
a subpoena npon correspondence
ulation. There Is no state In the Union defendants Richard Fv Iaddlson and Mary KPaddlson the above line of goods. We" Invite your your patronac
it therefore ordered that the ..Id! E. L. BRADY & BRO.. Tltusvllle
whose population Is so thoroughly cmopolttan ; Is '- Very truly, Fla.Fxa.EJ .
P. Paddlwm and Mary IIraddlson -,
defendants Richard
of not only:
composed
1P c cJ being the
do appear at the clerk's office at =
former residents of every state In't' the Court house,at Tltu.v II.,Florida,on the We have a large List
Union, but from nearly every,country on SIXTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER,A.D 18OT, ;" : : : : :nvsvrvas.: : ...
the globe. Recent statistics show that to plead,answer demur to complainant's bll of Lands owned by Protect Your' : ProPcr:
Florida gained! In population between of complaint Sled In this cause. .
1870 and 1890, over 800 per cent. When Ilsbed It Is further once each ordered week that for tbls four notice oonseentlvi be. pub ourselves and clients.. BY INSURING IN The "Old Hartford," Fireman's Fund, Providence wet .
In comparison, It Is shown that the great weeks In the IITDIAN RIVER ADYOOATB a newspaper ington, or Sun Mutual Insurance Company. AU well known as the strongest &lid
west for tbe same. period of time, gained published In Brevard county Florida. Price for unimprovedlands safest companies In America. GEO.,B. RUMPH, JR.,
40 cent Increase in population Witness, the Honorable John D. BroomsJudge Agent for East Coast
i_ '(''r HIGNE3TAWARDUIPUIIn only about per of said court,and the aeal of said court
It will be readily seen' what an at the court house, at Titnsrtlle, Florida, thli $3 to $100 Tltusvllle, Florida.(
1'' \ enormous Increase In population Florida the 2nd day of August,A D 1IOT.: -
ROBT. W. SIMM! has gained. These are not deduotloi, [Seal] A. A.STEWART. -
but are actual cold facts, and the ....me a.ug6-2I: Clerk Circuit: Court, per acre.
8OLK AOBMT: AND Increase holds good to tbls writing, i for G. -CARP ELWES
which Is not In the oitrull ,
Leon county,
.Wholesale Liquors has nearly 600 Dew CT- All communications for this paper WE have a few Residence, Orange
belt gained
fruit wblle should be addressed "TH ADVOCATE,,, LIFE INSURANCE.
settlers within the last two years, Properties In deniable FIRE & :
Immediate
i Florid much large figures If they were at hand Tltusvllle, Fla. This will insure I prove and. Pineapple

Jacksonville. oeuld be given for many other count attention. locations. Prices Reasonable. Representing' the Liverpool & London, & Globe Insurance Company, and tit
Write for Prices.PINEAPPLE Klondil :
This does not make Florida a
tf of New York.
doubt her material ,- :Mutual Life Insurance Company,
but no lane map can Remember the ADVOCATE, Titusrllle "
[
"1/" progress and prosperity, or her dlveraltyof ,does all kinds of Job printing. Give TITUSVILLE. go- Your Business Solicited. .,
Interests and wonderful rehabilitative sea share of your work.] OFFICES : \ WEST PALM BEACH, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
1t4 In. this won. y
and recuperative powers. and MIAMI.
derful development, no factor has been
more potent or powerful than the state
the sheet anchor of the Jlberty J T. HINTON, manager, Meats
press, ever DICKEY Groceries.,. L ,
3. H.
citizen and the Welfare of the ,
of the

itate.At the' last.session of the Legislatu" -GROCERIESROckBottom = Globe( Gas Engines East Coast Grocery &: Meat Market

there were 414 bills Introduced In the)

louse[ and 308 In the, Senate; of tbeae _-_ A T1 v.tCX Titus, ville, Fla.
only 160 passed: The printed journalhe of < J Stationary and Marine
; house proceedings will contain over'< Fine Groceries Staple Articles
Prices. ,
the
I 1500 pages Only a few years ago
[ournal proceedings of a Florida Leg'! .....Fraits and Vegetables

100 slurs pages.were contained In a book of 800'.
considerable agitation In ya .
There Is '
ous sections of the state over alleged : Power for Business and tSF" Special Attention given to Mall Orden. Give us a trial ut

>rofllgate expenditure of the publIc ..GrHTJBEB & GRIGGS.. ; Pleasure Boats you will be pleased.
PLANTS. ands' in extra legislative olerk hire, 1 b, Titusville, Fl&,
he; last session. The archives of the egall
lomptroller's office contain the Itemize Lnxilliary Power and THE
>llls of all extra olerk hire, and the
Take Notice. tames of the members who 'approved at YOUNG'... DECANTER.RenaJser
hem. If the agitation keeps up, It I II ,, Stationary Use. :
l Red Spanish and Fancy Variety BUpl tot Improbable that the entire exti ,
and Suckers for Sale. Apply to Jerk bills will have to be aired through ....TONSORIAL PARLORS Catalogues and prices,
W. GoRDoN BBOWN, the press; If they. should be, .It Is ui For oreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums Gins and. Ulslls,
Robe Sound, Fla. luestlonable but that some explanatloi For an ARTISTIC HAIR CUT or NEAT Address Ales and Stout. ---
rill be In order, as these rolls are laid SHAVE. Ladles Hair Dressing Bottled Beers .
to be much larger than at former session! a Specialty "' BENJ. W. JEROME, A Firstclass.Line. of Cigars. *.* Billiard and Pool Tables.

:Fancy Pineapple Slips & Sucl There seems to be some misunderstand utchlnson[ Ave. ,-, Tltnsvillo, Fla. Rockledge'. Fla. Family and hotel trade Is solicited. 'Prompt and careful attention given to mall
Ing between some of the state papal t order. LOSLEY & RENAKER,TItuBvIlle,Fit
en for Sale. and the railroads over the power of tbe rdors.<< Cash must accompany your ;
inroads to-extend the customary and
Abbakas, Egyptian Queen, Golden isual courtesies of transportation to the StjiSYille : Shop
Queen, Porto Rioo, Smooth Cayenne and prell> in exchange for advertisements cohedules. Barber BOOKKEEPINGthoroughly L..R1.: DECKER .
Bed Spa nteh. Apply to It Is said that the railroad
HADDOCK & MATTHAMS, are cancelling contracts In the absent taulhUor $ Full Supply of' :::[.- --
and -"]:::"Will keep constantly on hand a
above
"Palm Beach Pinery, ot a ruling by the new railroad commit Call at the place get your by Abnhaasea'eBoottlepiag
West Palm Beach, Flai; Ion. This matter, among others, will ChartNo

robably come up at the general-hearinj Hair Cut;, Shad Shampoo, teacher required. CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER I
A Cut to the Cutters. rhich has been set for Aug. 26th. Booklet giving" full *:
all kinds done
work of by
banded Tonsorial _
or _
The supreme court ban Just particulars,free. Address CII...M.Allnll .
down. Its decision declaring ohapte H. S. MEADOR; Prop., ftmttf. N.J. Principal and Founder Abra- -uah.
:El.C
.' First-class home grown Smooth Cay.;; 4:339>>: Laws of Florida, 1807, unoonstitu hamson Business College. Established tSfto.5One Dressed ,,21d.
.nne Suckers, freight paid, at, $$130 per I onal and void. This was an act to pro Washington ave., TltusviHe, ,Fla. ,. ,.,,., -- Lime Cement
k ,,thousand., vide"board of legal examiners to exam Also Mouldings and Tamed Work; Brick, .
y CHARLES C. CONVERSE, Ine and admit applicants to practice lawat
I Bahla, Fla. the bar of this state. and Crates of All Descriptions.
Official reports to the department of Man Can Run This Steamboat. Florida.JAMES' : .
I al agriculture show the average oonditlotF . TI."tu.ayl.11e: : =
Choice.Pineapple. Plants. I crops throughout the state to be good .
Thla Is the pineapple and tobacco ship : BROWN Vloe-PresldcDt:.
President w.ar. ,
Envll City, Abbakc, statlstlcire PBITCHABD, ;
Smooth Cayenne, ping and curing season but no i C. Casliler.
Schuyler,
and Red Spanish, grown without cove! at hand yet an to what the crop wll .
,and from young plants. Guarantee be but both are fine.
l Apply.or address, I BANK
rat-clans. C. A. ROBINSON, r. MAN RIVER STATE

Eden, Indian River,Fla. Tlae Jensen Pineapple Canning ,

Factory Is Kept Busy. I (Incorporated under the Laws. of the State of Florida.)

Fancy Pineapple Plants. Authorized capital $100,000

Hardy, vigorous-, grown without she! For the past two months, the canning S Paid up capital, $25,000
tor smooth-leaved Cayenne, Abbakan4i factory operated by J. 8. Park has beer -+ Average deposits, $150,000
Jamaica Ripley plants for sale. In> full operation, and during the pastthree _
% K. C. II. TTNDALL, weeks pines have ripened so" rapid Transacts General Banking
Waveland, Flaw Iy that It has been necessary to"run adouble --yz a
force day and night This has :
'Business.
given employment to a large number ofhandl
Porto Rico Slips, and from five to eight thousand MACHINERY HANDLES :FROM PILOT HOUSE.
w applel per day have been put up. aside This steamboat I*3T-f t.long,9X-f t.beam,2-ft.depth of hold;; draw 19: Two inches folding of water beds, and amigatley,8xllt. I Largest and Oldest Bank on the filter
usa cabin 0x14: feet,with 6K-ft.head-room.
for price from the work done at night. This, we will run eight mile an hour
Grown under cover. Apply Can accommodate six or eight persona easily. Burns either wood or coal. Suit Countries.DIRECTORS
to the Delaney Porto Rico Pineapple think, Is only the beginning of what willa able for pleasure purpose or light freight ur fi.hine business. We will duplicate for (1,200, 01 Exchange sold on..l Foreign
Plantation, Mlooo, Fla. > mammoth factory in the future, asthe will alter to suit conditions,at prices from 1900.00 to 1,000.
r fruit put up excels anything we haveever MKIl II.I-8TKVKN8 ENGINEERING CO., i
i seen In the way of canned pines 138 Jfe.140 East Bay St.,Jacksonville, Fla. Engineers Contractors, Etc jAS.FMTOHABn.W.B.BABMSTTCPWlllI'1of Jacksonville( ) .
i Pineapple Slips for Sale. sually they are tough and fibrous, butthe DnftKEK the:National(VIoe-Presldent Bank of National Mold:
fruit used in thin establishment IIgrown Jacksonville), mod W. M. BBOWS.
Red Spanish, Queen's, Porto Rico', to a state of perfection by high CORBEBPONDKNT8.Seaboard .
and Abakka's, from well-cultivated and I cultivation, and allowed to attain ItsfuU United StatesTwine & Net Co. National Bank of New. York ;aws4:
well-fertilised plants. Growers-know degree of ripeness In the field, which National Bank of JackeoDvllle.FI"Ir.rUSVILLE
this pays. Address, Inlures It that richness of flavor and FL:&.
4r JOHN T nderness of texture heretofore unknown .
O. K. WOOD, Agent. Stuart, Flas In the fruit when canned. There 23 Fulton St., New York, N. Y. --
oan be no doubt as to the ready sale of ,
lucb.a a class of goods when their IUpOlor Headquarters for All Kinds of 'It
Pineapple
Smooth Cayenne qualities are known.
for Sale.I Mr. Parks Is very much pleased" wltbthe 0V 0
Suckers result of his undertaking, yet hefeels --
/J< Smooth Cay that the tariff on canned fruits FISH NETS and all. o u
have 25,000 to 60,000 .
suckers for sale; al'v' (Deluding pines) should have been In.. s.. .nS' es.D
nne pineapple first class. oreaaed.' This Is an enterprise that interts I .g 'fl 9I
and strictly
homo ,
grown reliable firm all pineapple growers, and every. ._ PRESCRIPTIONS .
other
Cheaper will soil. than any thing possible should Its be done If to encoure half ofour .NET FIXINGS: o I I-' M ,...
; and further success. ;
Gao: II. WRIGHT, c
., Orlando, Fla.; crops could be canned It would bebetter ., C'
for us, and we.hope in the near 3 CDQ
future to see canneries established when. All our Cotton Gill Nets are made of Celebrated "EAGLE BRAND" extra ; ,11C
r ever they can be successfully operated. fine long staple cotton. Twine-our own brand, not sold elsewhere. ) M ,"YII
For Sale. Thll Is the solution of the problem of LINEN GILL NETS. of the best thread obtainable. rAS
er-productlon. It ever comes to that Extra quality steam tarred Cotton Hanging Lines. Patent Stretched steam o
Power house-boat, Buckeye 05-f long! eater interest Is being taken by the aired ManilA Rope. Oiled Clothing, oars, etc., eto. Write for prices ,CD.

12-ft beam; two decks; .well am growen generally In the attention given nS' 0len'
in A No. 1 condition; bottom coppered to their pines, whereby a better class ofIrult 'd- .
For price address, Is raised. Properly conducted, 1 .
BENJ. W. JEROME, tbere Is no crop that pays so well; 1moperly The Premier Flour of America '

Rockledgo, Fla., a detriment done, it to Is the not business only poor at large.t.DVOCATnJensencorrespondent paybut FRED. S. CHAFFEE &: CO., DROGGISTS-

For Charter. ) e Special Attention Paid to Mall Orders.

',. 'f Unexcelled P K ,Biscuit FR' Titusville. Fla
'SASS:ySS; J
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P I' The fine sloop Yankee Doodle can be Cdacate Tour Bowels With CaeeareU.Jandy .a e" --
chartered the day week, or month;;; Ca'hartlet cure constipation forever. ,
by
; 100 iIBa. II 0.0.O.eau,drucilsts refund money.

'' Good anywhere accommodations between Ormond for and ladles.Miami.'For and FOR SALE.... Home-Grown

further- particulars' GAIT., write GKO.to Cook ltlaUor[ )" Line Lakes Rates For I ,""o

Tltusvllle, Fla.FOB for_August.. cAA ; PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS'Of


I first class shoemaking and repairing The Mallory: Line are making the ex.tremely Bread Pastry the following Varieties : SIIIOGd

call on J. A. Daughtery, Washington madeto low rate of $30.00' from Jack.sonville TI tepresented'by Abb aka. Porto Rico Egyptian Queen Golden Queen, Blpley Queen
Fla. Shoes
b avenue, Tituavllle, to New York and return, on all&heir ,
to order In fine style. % steamers leaving Brunswick &hI.month Cayenne, Penunbnco and Red SpkaisL,
Tickets will be good for alcmonth. :
*' J W" Reading notice ads. on this page .. Apply to CHAS. DAVIES, Agt., F. H. BURST JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Apply to O. C. MATTHAMS: Florida West Pineapple Palm --Cara,

are five cents per line per week. m I W. Bay St., Jacksonville Fla. .


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