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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 13, 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: UF00079909:00091
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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LOCAL ]NEWS, SEE OUR NEW SHIRTS, laundered FOR ALL Kinds of Bicycles and Sun- ....;!Mr. George ,V, Allen takes charge Flailing Ormond. Bench HOTKL NOTKS.WIIKRK .

latest styles. Gardner Walker. dries, send to F. W. BEERS. St. Augustine of the Key West custom house on the -
ind Topic of General Interest. Fla. 15th Inst -
-. -Mrs. E. C. Thomas well known Is now excellent, 'and large catches to stop. See list of hotels on Lour
on -Mr. George E. Male returned to Jensen have been made by the guests of Hotel 7th
and ,General GoMlp la connectionwith Indian River, is now In Wash. page
(eclety. Seattle MATTINGS, I2)o. Gardner Walker.Mr. yesterday from Jacksonville, where Coquina. While on bis way to Daytona,
BI.arD.: Bay.: Lake Worth Indian, staying with her brother. The contingent of Gainesville
he has been for a few days.Mr. Monday morning In company with Mr. guests
jHtnsna and .Halifax Riven. Key We.tand -Capt. Oeo. M. Brittain returned to Jerome Palmer of Orlando Mr.! at the Colonnades hotel, Seabrecce, presented
Harry
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J. H. D. Smith of Eau Gallic Illldreth of Cblumbus Ohio
an other Important Points alone the ; Col. C. C. Post with gold-headed
town L.
on Monday, after a week's visit to Beeman saw a shark strike a big sea
of Florida. Brief mention of was In town yesterday.Mr. passed through here, the end of last
KMt COM cane and Manager A. S. Halgh with a
his bass
family in Jacksonville.The which, In Its fright, at once made
week his
Indlanolo.
interesting Bvent from Tarloiu Part Frank T. Budge came up to on way to for shore, where It was captured. The sliver match-boxJa week, ala markof

of the World I About People You Know regular fortnightly bicycle races town from Miami, yesterday. -It Is estimated that the total number base t which Mr.\ Boeman took to thehotel esteem for ,the many, courtesies extended
end People Yon Don't Know-Picked will be held in town to-morrow (Satur- of crates of pineapple shipped from \, weighed; 24 pounds, It was badly them during their stay there.
Editor and large..taf f day) evening, weather permitting. -Guavas and Souppernong grapes are
op by: Our Society the East Coast so far this season has bitten by the shark. The Seaside Ian, Seabreeze under the
now plentiful on Indian River.; ,
of Correspondent scattered alone the been 200,0H( ) _._
-Representative R. A. Ilardee and ----- able management of Messrs. Stewart AGrnmllng :
East Coast of Florida. son, R. G. Hardee, have been ,In town -Mrs. A. D. Ponnoy-Bpent a day or so -Division Passenger; Agent R. L. Killed Y a Trap. Ouii.Vrank u certainly doing a good business

several days this week on court business.Mr. I with her sister at New Smyrna this week. Todd, of the Plant System: was a passenger the house being' fairly crowded all

y If you receive a sample copy of R. L. Todd, "division passenger : The 181)7.) Truss bicycle is sold by Mr. on yesterday's train to Jacksonville / Galbrenth, one of New Smyrnl\'. the week. It I*, certainly popular place,
the ADVOCATE, it is an intimation that agent of the Plant System, was here the B. F. Mauler, jr.,of Jacksonville, for$73. He had been. down to Miami Mosdames Gramllng: /Stewart have
promising young men, was aoolilentlyed
add
it would( give us pleasure to your [ the happy faculty, of bringing their
end of last week in the interests of his -Mrs. L. C. has John the of P. Leon- by a trap lust Thursday
name to our fast-increasing list of sub Schuyler now gone to young son gun guests together; and making them feel nil
scribers. It does not cost you throe road, and gave us a pleasant call. Brooklyn, N. Y., after pending sometime hardy, of O\teon, while cleaning his rltlo, evening. It Booms that his father, who If they were At "nn homo from, home."

cents per week (postage included) when Station Agent F.O. Williams goes quite tn Morrlstown, N. J. Wednesday morning, had the misfortune has a place at El Dora, about fifteen To-morrow (Saturday) night Sfosurs.Gramllng .

taken by the year and it can be sent to frequently to Daytona and Seabreeze. lie -Mr. H. ,A. Holmes, of Fort Drum, to ncddontly shoot himself- through miles south of New bmyinit, had set a A: Stewart will Rive one of their

you in any part of the United States or was there from Saturday until Monday was In town several days this week, as ,the band. gun the house for bear and In the a small by-path loading, to popular danees'whon largo crowd as

Canada without extra expense. '. again. Wonder what the attraction, .is ? juror In the County:? Court. ,-Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Harris, of Eden, Ill).to Kl, Dora son ran, against having the occasionto wire fantastic.usual, will be present to trip the "light

THE ADVOCATE, -Dr. M. Souvlelle, one of Jackson -Ask Capt. W. 1[. McIntyre how came up to town by the steamer St. Augustine connected with the gun and received the

In advance. ville's prominent citizens, returned to many 'possums he killed. In his front Thursday, leaving the same Full contents of the firearm In his leg. Hotel Coquina, Ormond, scorns to be
1.50 per" six annum months, '. the; metropolis Friday from St. Louis yard at Eau Gnllle last Sunday.Mrs. day on the J., T. &. K. W. train for Cincinnati The elder Galbrflath was on his place at holding Its own as a summer resort

1.00 countries. Mo., where he has been for several Ohio. the time, and was but a short distance quite a number of guests bRYln/lltoppe.1/
$2.00 per an. to foreign months past.) W. Nesbitt, of Eau Gallic, who -The Indian River Guards' danoe at From Ills son when the accident ooeured; there this season. The cuisine Is good l.

-To rid of of cockroaches water- had been to Palatkaona visit. to her the, Indian River hotel, last night was but as no one could be Immediately secured and everything about the hotel I tin In
get daughter, Mrs. Botsford, returned home attended by quite a number of those to attend the Injured young man, food tame, showing that Mr.'and: < Mm.H. .
bugs etc. etc. the surest and best
ways Wednesday. who delight to Indulge In 'tripping the he died from loss of blood while being L. Beeman, as managers, understand
to 20th Cockroach andVaterbug
R use Century
111 -Conductor Roswell Coleman Is now fantastic" taken home In n sailboat. and look after the com foil of their t
light
T Exterminator for sale I
T by latron*. Mr. D. I.. Hancock the genial
Deceased
Williams! Drug Store, Jacksonville. See the possessor of a line rattlesnake skin. We would recommend those of our who wan well liked In the ,
p oL advt. on 8th page of this Issue. The snake, which was 8T feet in length readers desiring anything In the way of community of New Smyrna, was ouly :34 clerk, Is always on hand to welcome
old ami Maxon. His remains guests, and Is quite popular ,while Mr.
and had sixteen rattles, was recently seeds to patronizethe dealers whoso years a
1 DI Sy -Indian River Lodge No. 90, F. A A. killed at Mima, and Is the largest we advts. In the ADVOCATE, aa they were Interred with Masonic honors at Robert McDonald, the jovial steward, U
M., met In special session at their lodge- have ever seen. reliable appear firms. Hawk's Park cemetery,Tuesday evening. certainly the right man In the right
room at the Indian River hotel, Tltusvllle are, place. lie looks after the culinary department -
last Friday night, when the degree -Mr. Chas. Miller, of the wo'1-known -Dr. II. D. Brown of Melbourne, has tit with considerable anltude; and
of fellow craft was conferred upon Frank i I dry goods firm of Anthony A Miller purchased a cottage on Rldgowood avenue Another FUh Cnno. receives well-metlted praise thorefor.Canning .

Chaffee. There was a'fair attendance of West Palm Beach, was a passenger on Daytona, from T. J. MoMurray. -

ToaD members.Mr. Wednesday's southbound train. lIe had We understand Mr. MoMurray will build Captain "Dud" Sweat, who has charge
Flip
been on a much-needed two or three a larger residence. of the fish camps of the Tampa Fish and /
E. B. Veronee proprietor of
weeks' vacation In Georgia and elsewere. -
Ice Company w East Lynne pineapple. plantation, Eden, Brevard's convicts will, In all probability Mr. C. A. Bacon of "Number "'
a warrant charging him with violating Nine t
-The ADVOCATE editor and proprietor the
here last be put to work public
passed through Saturday on upon
Vmond l
the new flail law and he pleaded recently purchased two tons of
guilty
Mr. Chas. H. Walton has been sojourning the Instead of being ,
his way to Nashville Tenn., where he roads In future
at the preliminary hearing, and was Igs for canning purposes, and has al
and Seabreeze hls
expects to remain several weeks. Mr. at Ormond $ cooped up In the jail, Idling away their
bound over to the Criminal Court in the ready put up 1,000 oars of the fruit.
.I Veronee subscribed for the ADVOCATE week, being now at the latter place lIe time, which latter course Is not very
ere leaving Indian River. has had a spell of sickness, and Is trying profitable to the taxpayers of this county. sum of $200. The Tampa Flub and Ice
(!'ompnny will make a test case of this to Transferred
the etc.
what ocean ozone surf-bathing
+ -Capt. John McLean,. accompaniedby can do to help him recuperate.Mrs. .,::Col.' Frank W. Pope, ono of Jack- see K the law will bold good. A groat Hallway Bridge to e

i Frank Chaffee, brought his trade-boat sonvllle't moat prominent attorneys, arrived deal of fishing Is done along the bay, according the F. K.! C. Ity.
n forna up to Titusville last week, and MlnnleN. Martin, one of the In tOfVni Wednesday, as counsel for I to reports, and the oflloors are
had her placed on Nelson's ways for a ADVOCATE'S valued subscribers has 'apt.[ R. In the Hal'doe'II.. I making preparation for some good hauls -
r 'ii'Never : general overhauling. The captain wentto gone to IschI, Austria, to remain a few Holmes and Taylor case. He returned for the violations of the law. Of course Among the papers filed In the County

; Daytona-his old home-last Satur- weeks and enjoy the scenery and other home yesterday, having been successfulIn It In not n very easy matter to catch the 31eik'a office, Jacksonville last Saturday .
:, : day, to remain a few days. pleasures of that delightful spot, which, gaining the cilia for his client. offenders fishing. The trial of thin case was the transfer from the Jaoksonrllle -
-- if we can judge from the picture sent us, will no doubt be watched with consider Bridge Company to tho Florida
-The last of the excursionists on the is also a very pretty place, nestling In a 'Mr. II. Q. Hawley, a former* well- able Interest by the fishermen all overthe East Coast Railway Comnany of the ?

F., E. C. Ry. passed through here, Wed wooded valleyOn known resident of Indian" River, and \ state. They are greatly Interested railroad bridge/ which now spans the
fall to read our Inside pages. nesday, en route south. There will be builder of the "Frost Line Is now run- In this matter the being river between Jacksonville and South l'
You will always find something to In- another excursion on this road next Sun- our 8th page will be found the ning eland "Frost Line" between Daytona much out of humor, majority with the law very Jacksonville. The price named In the
terest you. day, the 15th inst., from Jacksonville to advt. of F A. Reneke (successor to J. and Soabreeze, and says he would I new indenture was $1 I and other consider

Daytona and New Smyrna, when H is expected L. Pitzer), Jacksonville, dealer In hard- like to have all his old friends. patronize ations. It bore tho date of May 5, 1607. "'
-Mr. W. T. Avera, wife and children I that many will avail themselves ware, tinware and glassware., When In his easy-ruuningconveyance when they Tho Fishing Question.

spent frdm Friday until Monday. last at of the opportunity to visit the ocean Jacksonville, those of our readers need- visit Daytona.On -
Daytona.Mrs.. in etc. Ing anything in the above line would do 'Death of Tiillun Tyler. v
beach and indulge surf-bathing, call our 3rd, page will be found Editor Advocate tIn
well to give this establishment a ,
Annie Cole arrived in town -
-Mr. J. O. Walton was very pleasantly as all their goods are strictly first class the professional card of Mr. Stephen E. your last Issue, you publish and
Saturday last, from J Jacksonville on a Jacksonville. Mr.,Foster The remains of Julius Tyler M promi-
entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Ed. and are sold at ridiculously low prices. Poster, attorney, comment on Mr. Cololough's letter on, ,
visit
to relatives.Mr. Sudlow a few days ago at their delightful has quite a large law practice In the Fuller Fish Law You seem to lay more nent citizen of Fort Pierce and one of

G. E. Coon, a prominent merchant I home In South Jacksonville. .\Ir. -CIvil Engineer O. Trevor Spencer/ of metropolis; and as he bears' an excellent stress upon bar. Colnlougli's manner of the proprietors of the Fort Pierce hotel I,
of Jensen spent from Friday until Sudlow Js the British vice-consul at the F. C. L. C. A T. Co., St. Augustine, reputation It would be well If our readers expressing himself than upon the subject who died last week, were shipped to

Monday at Daytona.Mr. Jacksonville. Mrs. Sudlow takes great passed through here, Tuesday on his employed him when needing the matter Perhaps be may not always be New Haven Conn., last Thursday.Mr. .
pride In her garden with its refreshing way to Lake Worth, on matters in con services of a good lawyer In Jacksonville. happy In presenting his views to the Tyler, who was 01 years of ago,
and Mrs. J. O. Walton and nection with the ranal that is being constructed came to Fort; Pierce from New Haven,
add to
shade trees which considerably but will find I that
"Stories from Nature" Is the name ofa you think
Claude Walton were at Ormond from her home by the above company between pUlIllOI Conn. 1A84, purchased property and establiahesl &
be; attractiveness .of place. little publlihed Ie exception of those Interested
Saturday until Monday last. and Lake Worth. Mr. Spencer very Interesting paper the Florida Canning
Jupiter anacenu' company,
Both Mr. and Mrs. Sudlow certainly monthly at DeLand. It Is devoted to the directly or Indirectly In the dollar
the work will probably be com- of which tie the trnosurer and business -
-Mr. Will entertain their friends.Mr. says of the fish business he wan
S. Thomas, the Citizen'sMiami know how to study of the natural sciences, and to part ,
small boats to
allow
far to until he became
pleted so as manager Incapacitated
correspondent, was a passenger and hire; John TIerney, prom- pass through In about a month's! time. the dissemination of Information regard- voices the feeling and opinions of a by 111 health. By bin. enterprise
on last of the residents of Indian
Saturday's southbound train. residents of Orlando have been ing the wonders and beauties of nature; large majority
inent and he contributed largely to the
-Mr. Glen G. Strohm passed through I In Its the Itlver. It has boeit only too evident energy
and although only Infancy,
-Mr. L. Thursby, one of Merritt's pleasantly located at Hotel Coquina, Or- growth and business prosperity of the
here Saturday last en route to West Its third Issue It since fishing has become an Industry
number being ,
prominent and well-known residents has mond-during the past six weeks. They August place! and gave the Impetus to that growth
the
Beach from months outing In with here, that fish have been more and
Palm a hold Its jour
gone to 01 of N. Y. but promises to own any
New York for the balance the were formerly Brooklyn, to which other'enterprising citizen
and other states. The report kind We wish It more scarce each succeeding ; so
half dozen Georgia nal of the published. rear I subsequently
summer
left that city some years ago his bride back with much that the residents on the river contributed. lie leaves a
that he was bringing
For Orlando where they have a very nice every success. widow and two sons the elder of whomwas
-Mr. Wm. Treu tier, ex-mayor of Eau who had him has turned out to be unfounded, [ have difficulty In getting enough for or- ,
Gallia home. Mr. and Mrs. TIerney. fellow Through an error 0n the part of the table Whether the Fuller hU business partner. Deceased wait
for the
arrived in town, Monday, from a and It Is said Glen is looking dinary use.
three months' trip to Chicago New with them their fine African talking par- who wired from Jacksonville to the mall clerk on the F. E. C. Ity., Tuesday, law accomplishes the purpose for a Royal Arch Mason and Knight Templar

York State and Canada. rot, expect,to return home the follows end of hotel at West Palm Beach to get readyIts the bags containing the Jacksonville and which !It was Intended or not, Sir. fuller .
this month. The ADVOCATE best room for the supposed bridal were carried down the river las the full credit of endeavoring to give
-Mt.: Alfred Cox one of Eden's prom instead of ,being put off here. They us a much-needed protection. Twenty Banyan.

inent pineapple growers left last Saturday them.Mr.. Jerome Palmer, of Orlando, one couple.Mr. Onn"6nd's were brought back however, next day years ago the St. Johns river contained
for New York Boston and other the ADVOCATE'S latest subscribers, James Carnell well- so that our citizens were only tome more Huh than the Indian River; how Is -
of
places for a few week's vacation.Sir who has been sojourning at Hotel Coquina known felly manufacturer, has left West twenty-two hours later than usual In It now r History repeats Itself. Mr. and Mrs J. !f. Field spent Sunday P
weeks Palm Beach for Lemon City where he reading the news concerning matters out- In Indlanola.
three LEX.
Wm. Haynes Smith, of Ormond, for about ,
governor
the Bahama for few days with a severe has gone to extract the juice from guavas side our little burg. Indlanola; Aug., II '07.
laid a ,
Smith
Islands Lady Baynes was up which are said to be fully ripe in that J. N. Wynn stopped off here on Saturday
'and Miss Haynes Smith, have gone to sunburningon his legs, received while section of Dade county. Mr. Carnell -Collector of Customs Geo. W. Allen, and made a visit to Bahla.II. i
England to spend a few months with fishing from the wreck on the beach near will return to West Palm liencb. lIe Col. W. R. Kerr and Col. John J. 1'bll-! Furniture,,jewelry Gardner Walker. w
soon
Hllllard. wife and children
of J.
their Palmer is president of wereYI.ltlog
many friends over there. the hotel. Mr. Informs us that his ad. In the ADVOCATE brick, prominent citizen Key West Here
He has friends on Sunday.W. .
the Orlando Pineapple Co. through here Wednesday, en
-Mr. H. been success, and has passed .V
V. has a complete
Colclough of Ridgewood
avenue, Daytona, another, new sub-I about six acres of pines under cover, greatly benefited him all along the East route home. They had been In Jacksonville Kara Chance. J. Ragan Is still shipping pine,
about 60,000 this season, connection with
and is shipping for dome days In
scriber far BIscayne. from Mr. Dwyer's place, at Tropic
to the ADVOCATE, spent Sunday Coast as as Bay I
being fancy fruit. of the suit brought by
the majority the settlement Fot a
afternoon sale on Ridgewood avenue, Daytona
last at Hotel Coquina, Or- Mr. Humphrey of Indlanola U doing
'Archdeacon B. F. Brown Geo. J. liner against the city of Key
wond, having come np on his wheeL -Supt. C. L. Myers, of the Southern ied by his wife, left here Wednesday for West which Included the purchase of a very nice residence and Improvedlot carpenter,. work for G. C. Converse abBahla.
end of last cleslrable i
Co., was in town the In a ( ) location. House I Is .
-Mr. J. D. Express New York via the Mallory Line steamer, West bonds. While In the
Crabb left
of Cocoa, on week In consultation with Mr. Chan.Fhllpsen certain Key now rented and pays ten per cent net.
Monday for Nashville/ Tenn., where he manager of Geo. W. Scobie's on a much needed vacation. Their lint metropolis, the above gentlemen were ,Tills Is worth your attention. J. W. Scott ban learned to ride a blk_

will spend about a week. From there he fish business, at this place, regarding the' stay will be at Uontlcello N. Y., for I guests of Hotel Placid. Address, "C. II. W..f* and be says he Is going to own one soon.. __ a
'gOtS} to Lynchburg, Tenn., where his reduction on express ,rates to various four or five weeks, and from there theygo ADVOCATE office, lie will make a fast rider.
wife is, for the balance of the to Rockvllle, Coon., to spend several of the I'rlnter
summer. north. He returned to Savannahon A Fine Specimen Tltusvllle, Fla.
points days. Mr. Brown will then visit hi. old The Collier Bros have take. a contract -
-bean : T. Sanders of Miami Saturday. The Jovial superintendent, home In Maryland while Mrs Brown and Kiigraver' Art. to grub an acre of land In this vicinity a
bin netown several days this week who has not been In Tltusville for quite call. will stay with friends New York. They Wanted. and thus the good, work goes on. "

defending the negroes who were captured a while, gave our sanctum a pleasant to see expect to return to Tltusvllle about' the We had presented to us, by Mr. J. O. :Messrs. Jernegan Sanders and U...-
glad
friends here were
at
voatvlll some little time ago for His many latter part of October. Daring Mr.Brown's Bast, jubilee copy of the Camp News To purchase boat suitable for the ten, have returned from the great pineapple -
Rambling, and him again. Rev. E. E. Johnson, of the official of the Patriotic Order ,
have been on trial at the absence organ Indian River In good condition or 10 region of south Brevard; they will H
County commemorative of the ;
Conrt. will hold service here on the fifth Sons of America,
Cocoa,
and
In the
feet wide about :30 feet long, with again try trucking Banyan coming
of that
fourth organization
launch Machinery Sunday of this month and the 60th anniversary
--Mrs. Leon J. Naphtha eabln give full description and state winter.
Canova, wife of the In September. (one of the oldest patriotic orders In the ;
wwi-known and Wanted. Sunday '' Address, The citizen of *-_
energetic Tampa corres- country). It Is beautifully designed and price. public-spirited Banyan v
of the J. K. W.r.r.1I.Jackaonvtde and the road between the -
sister? Florida Citizen and a Gardner Is In illuminated cover, with historical Tropic gave
.!clerk! of Mr. H. B. Ransom, the postalEn to buy naphtha lannch machinery Children' Walker. Illustrations In the national color. It Fla. two place a good working last Satur.
stationed; at this place with Master Wanted Is printed on satin-finish paper artistically day. II I. now a very good bicycle road; t,

her 111* Canova and Dune, Is visiting ,hull 2 or 4 old orcondemned engine State Bank of Eau Gallic Stock- engraved and Illustrated, and Is replete Christmas tOur Arch Cambell came up on his wheel on
the ; 41
w brotber'. family for .a couple of. out I want It for experimental with hl.torlealloeldentB. Mr. H.J. Sunday In about 20 minutes.
eekL wm do as
holders .
Address with Meeting.A Philadelphia, Pa., editor and ----.: ,
; must be cheap. Stager, price at Cocoa, Fla. :
purposes
price and particulars. to 10 .publisher can well feet proud of his Duval Hye, $3 per' gal. Jugs extra). Sale.J i.
W TCH REPAIRING done by Anthony EUGED: P. WotLLAxDSngdeu 'special meeting of the stockholder* Jubilee number. "> North Carolina (old) 93 per gal. A Fine Hotel for

Bros, West Palm Beach Fla. ,Dade Co., Fla. of the State Bank of Lan Oaflle will beheld Penn. and other Bje $3. W.6O, M, U. -
--7, at the bank building said bank In WITH' every purchas.17 w. give a Bottled Beer, per dos. '1.23, .110, |1.75. Owner wishing to retire, will sell th*.

Buds for Sale. Eau Gallic, Brevard county, Fla., at 9 pattern free. Gardner Walker. Per lottos cask, $10 UO. OJ $11.30 and oldest and best known transient J and
Bones Wanted. Grapefruit. o'clock. m., OB August 81st, 1887, for tl2. O. J. D. CBABB.. family hotel In A hevtlle.. N. C. Small
hundred grapehult buds, oneJear the purpose of electing a Board of Director -The ADVOCATE U still giving away cash payment. Central location sad '
Save Five .A1ao badd d oraup *. By order of Board of Directors. free tobacco seed of the finest grade. valuable frontage. Apply to
your bon and send them to the old, '*>per 1 Send the ADYOCATB order for 885 ,
JacboQvl1Je B. d U'uuEE, (Signed) J. H. D. Smith, Call and get some with Instruction for an any AIvi '
1OnvU1e FertIU erCo., South Jack tree&. SebaaU.... J1a. C*'hl T. 1U cultivation. Job printing you need.] N.0,
WI& Will pay cash for them. R

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HINTS ON TOBACCO CUL- pear In patches. But the good housekeeper MONTHLY. SCHOOL ,STATE' I ItHllii River-Orange Groves. Michigan Lumber and Manufacturing GO.

does not'care for a preservativeof MENT.
TUUE. this kind, and If the product was to It Is certainly a revelation to see our MANUFACTURERS OF "
Those that have been taken care %
i it groves
i1 be offered for sale, such ,an Indication Statement for the month ending the the freeze have on a rapid
Inhandling tobacco daring the worm of since put
t P season, do not depend alone on wormingit would be an almost fatal 'defect In the 30th day of July 1897"| for Brevard sod surprising/ growth, and numbers The of Cypress or Pine Lnmber, Mill Staff; Sidings, Flooring
loaded with fruit. ,
eye of a critical purchaser. The bowls County; Fla. of the trees are -
In the field. When cutting or priming
boxesof
Indian River 1 section will ship many
off, look carefully for eggs or worms, are best sealed with a paper of the quality BEOAPlTUI-ATIOSr: oranges the coming season but it is Ceilings and Mouldings, Packing Boxes and Crates. Turning and Scroll Work.
writing the whiteof Total during month. ..$ 201.09
receipts
and In a tow days after It la hung up !go an of egg common being used for paper mucilage.; Rub Total expenditures . . 230.20 the will following be able to season rake In the the orange sheelcels.growers Good work and material at low prices. Take Main street car line to mill and
over It and BOO that any that might have of Balance In treasury... 21.00
the
whlte'of :
the
the an egg over top office.
1 been overlooked be destroyed. Every
ITEMIZED
to fill the and more effectually RECEIPTS -July, 1807.
;' carried on the tobacco soon paper also pores Everybody Say 80.Ca Telephone (old line) 485. Jacksonville Fla.
egg green exclude the air. Bal. In treasury,last report . .k 47 37 carets Candy Cathartic, the moat wonderful ,
I batches out, and the young worm 'com- From tax collector, school levy.j 110 24 niHdical dlwoverv" of the age, pleas-
mences Immediately to convert yonr .. 'a poll tax: .;. .. '600 aut and reft-wnlun to the taai v act gently --
beautiful whole leaves into If you desire a luxurious growth of State treas., redemp'n of lands 20 38 and positively nu kidneys,liver and bowels,
wrapper healthy hair of natural color, nature's clean.hlgthe:, entire system. jdla' |>el voids,

r' ragged filers.Everything. crowning ornament of both sexes, use Total receipts ...... ., '," :'| 201,01) cure tieadaoliot; lever habitual constipation
we produce requires care only Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Re- and blilounneRH.: Please buy and try a box t HARRY MASON & CO.
ITEMIZED'EXPENDITURES. of U. C. C. to-deyi 110, Hr>u cent Hold and
and watchfulness, but this being new to newer. guaranteed cure by all druggists.The .
Jno II tams, fiupt. salary .-. 75 00 : ,
d us we think It a great; deal of trouble, A L Hatch memo board . ." 6 60
but not more perhaps, than the orange A Few Words From Texas, .I S Snowden, mem. board .. 4 00 region between the first and second II. MASON *: CO.. Jobbers in Fine Imported

business, as the young trees have also Dan E :Miller, mem. board. .. .,' 800 cataracts of the XlleMs the hotteston
klr y to be watched continually toy scale and HOUSTON, TJCX., :Aug. 7, '97. J 0 Fries : .'. .% .. .>. ,3780Jas. the globe. It never rains there and Bay Street,
Pritohard int. on ludebtn's18 (X) : and
other pests, and the oranges for rust Editor, Advocate. !: Am. Book Co,, free text 'books' 0 30 the natives do not believe foreigners who. J !:. Liquors Cigars, High h

mite and the 'weather":for freezes, the If not putting you to 'too" much Teachers' salaries. ... ... ...'. 7500 tell them that watercan descend from the

1' tran pottatlon'companies for extortion. trouble'want you to do me a favor.I Sundry bills.. d. 186 20 ky. Grade Whiskies Etc.

i It Is a good plan to l leave one or two gathered about a dozen of the seeds of .:, 280 20 1 ,
Total expenditures ,
Y !%? suckers at the bottom of the plant bo- the'palmetto trees that yon had planted{ I WANTED FAITHFUL MEN 'OR ..'

(, fore cutting or pruning of the, leaves, near the Indian River hotel //when' In I- To Make Pineapple JBrandy.To established house to travel la Florida.for responsible. Salary Whiskies-Imported and Domestic Southern Belle. Rockand Rye,...............from $Ibo per/nlHrantllen ;
4 for If there are no sprouts or suckers the and return here planted I Domestic apple,peach,blackberry, and peach and honey...,..........from fl.fiII
the Tltusvllle, on my $780 ,and expenses.: Position perman-- fling Holland- ,Old Tom! etc..................................._........,..........from S1.BO per per goal!
old stock when cut off close to them and much to my surprise they i 10J gallons of pure proof spirit add ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed Rum .. .1..i .................fromCLmperWinesFort gal

I 1 .tl ground Is liable to die, and e especially If have all sprouted. I want to get some 141- pineapples sliced; 3 pints of simple stamped envelope. The National, Star Sherry Catawba'MuscatelClaretetfroml. ............ ,d..-..........................j.?......,..........:......:from...,..$.:'.!,2.IlgperCIareGFlnestBraniie.r per cue!nl
the. weather Is hot and..dry. Then as more, and If you,will get some of your syrup (sugar and water), 1 pint of good Insurance Bldg., Chicago. Bottled. Beer..n. ....................."............ ....,...'.....,,.,........,..from$1,30 per dot,
oft brandy ioz. of cassia, !oz. of tincture of All other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices.
soon as your first crop of leaves are little town boys to gather a lot for me $3r::
saffron, 2} gallons Of water. Let the JugS and demijohns will be packed in boxes when so requested, without er.
Pi fertilize and cultivate same as before fora and express them to me here, you will whole stand for 12 days; It will then be ALEX NEAR ERNEST TAYLOB. tra cost.: Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company will

good sucker crop which will depend oblige me very much. i would like to ready for drawing off and use. not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with. order to save delay and trouble.
I ,5' ; on rain and !Rood cultivation. There is get several varieties. NEAR &,.TAYLOR, Send for Price List or call upon MASON & CO.,

no reason why the sucker crop should Tour pink paper gets here 'regularly Florida ,Naval Militia.. 301, 307, 800, 311, Vf, Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
(Successors to John McAllister.) *
1 'not be anheavy, and ev n'of better quality and Is ,read with a good deal of Interest. At a meeting of 1-the officers of the dif- ,
than the first-provided', ,of course, send of which of Artesian Well 'Contractors
I you a copy our paper, ferent divisions of the First Batalllon
that it has sufficient rain, fertilizer and may Interest you. With regards, the Florida Naval Militia, held In Jacksonville line in the StateT"
J. W. I BICYCLES.Best I
tillage. on Monday Captain
Yours truly, native of and EAU ,,GALLIE, FLA.
England
In our Own practice this year we have"primed" G. O. STJIEKT. Fitzgerald a -
of the Plant -Steamship
superintendent
oil the leaves glancing quick
Line, of Port Tampa, was unanimously
4 ly at the',bottom side of each leaf for Delicious Denser for Summer. elected lieutenant-commander. Amongthe

,; worms, and putting the leaves In large --:..- other officers elected was Dr. II. U. LUTUY, $150.00. ,
baskets arid then (In to Altree.a former, resident of Titusville,
hopllng
wagon 'Heavy puddings should be given up who holds a position as surgeon In the FOWLER, $100, $75.00.
curing house,where children with darning entirely during the hot weather' writes Naval Militia.. Both the above gentlemen *

a'i neodles and wrapping twine string Mrs. S. T. Rorer, on "Summer' Dishes are popular and well known residents .CLEVELAND, iooi85.oo. -

+' and bang'them on laths', then put up to With Little Fire," In the August Ladies' of Port Tampa. ITake' \

dry. The name plnn as described for Dome Journal. "Fresh fruit, If obtainable WESTFIELD, $75.00 $60.00.

Sumatra, we find good also for Vuelta ,'may take tbelr'place, otherwise a a Trip on Indian: River. i Lr m f

Abajo. ,.This plan would be rather tedious bowl of whipped cream, a caramel custard o
al.e'sm'an The steamer St. Augustine of the In- B. F.: MANIER Jr.
when the Idnves but we an'old-fa hloned rice pudding. Bavarian dian River and Bay Biscayne Inland Navigation ,

,w believe in raising large leaves-the larger cream, cold farina custard, float- / Co. Steamboat Line will, leave Jacksonville FJa.
,the better. If not coal'lIe and'rough, but Ing island or dandy pudding will answer Titusville every Monday and Thursdayat RLCCIVSO TH.HIGHESTAWAR9rta ,

('* size of leaf must not be secured at the every purpose. ,To make_anold fashioned 6 p. m. and returning arrive at Tltusvllle PuRrrr.' With Freyer & Bradley Music Co.DEALERS.
Thursday and Saturday connecting
"expense of the other necessary qualities. '
two tablespoonfuls
Hoe puddingwash
with the Jacksonville Tampa S Key
et'I When the leaves are dry the laths are of rice; add to It two quarts of milk halfa West trains In both directions.. ROBT. W. SIMMS,

1 /0 taken down and the string 'unfastened, cup of raisins, two tablespoonfuls 'of SOLE! AGENT, AND o = AS. ::eI:: :... 1.7 ::t\I.J: &; co.tI.lca.Tj.ors
and the leaves are i pushed to centre of sugar and a grating of nutmeg. Cook One pound of cork Is said to be amply
and wrapped around the sufficient to support a man of ordinarysize IN
string string
yy one and a half hours In a slow oven, stir- .Wholesale Liquors
t butts of the leaves, tied up neatly and ling occasionally for at least three- In the water. II Fine Wines and. ,
) '
your work Is done-no tiresome stripping quarters of an hour, then bake allowinga To Oar Constipation Wove. ..... Jacksonville. Florida.Write 417, A 419 W. Bay St.,
and selecting the good from the thin crust to form. Serve cold, withor Take Casoarets Candy Cathartlo. lOo or SSo! r
If all .,druggists refund money.. rrr- .for Prices. ? JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.
',. bad.-Palatka Advertiser. without cream. A delicious orange C i C. C. to cure ,

be made by peeling nice,juicy RICH WINES create good rich heal
\: MIINGIJ puree may thy blood. Don't make. the. mistake of
JliXI/k":
:
oranges and removing all the white skin. E.'WisciiBNBAcn; Xanage"F./ M. BURST, Treasurer. buying sour poor wine. because It l t&
"
'j .I cheap.. It Is not. It bas a nasty dimgreeable -
Then with a sharp knife out down the .
effect the while
There have been innumerable treatises I p upon system
thin skin at the side of each carpel, r wine. is really not expensive, and
upon the art of jelly making, Gifted FLORIDA MACHINE WORKS. gives. you that pulled-together self-
r' taking out just the pulp being careful satisfied feeling.
women and possibly a few selfappointed .
KT We make a Specialty of North Carolina
the seeds. At time .
to reject serving Mountain Dew Corn Whiskey, three
have written exhaustively
men, of put. portion In a glass, add a tablespoonful IRON and BRASS: CASTINGS :years old,S'JJSO per. gallon.
the causes of success and the reasons for Parties. living In Dry Towne will of powdered sugar and about 'well. to order from us, as we. can sara
failure; yet the avorage housewife, goeson & them 60 cent. all orders
two of shaved Ice. Serve at once." General Repairing Promptly: : AccuratelyTDone.Iron per on
Just the same, watching every stageof KIT-Always send money. with order
We will not new. accounts unlaereference
her progress with Hhe most anxious t r Shafting Pulleys! Hangers J suitable Jacksonvillegood open .la !given-
''' ,n solicitude and never to the last moment Kdaeats)Your Bowels With Cees>r.... Building Columns H ** No Goods sent C.O.D, to Dry TowneMite
Candy Cathartic, euro constipation forever. l" Agent for Indlanopolls Brewing Co.
and Boxes In Stock. ,. III *
feeling certain whether or not she is to lOo,l 250. If C.O.O,fall,druggist refund. money.. Sash Weight and Orate CaS? o. /' Brewers. and Bottlers. ,Indianapolis,Ind.

meet with entire triumph. The following VH la BK Saw Mandrels of all Sizes Hercules. Malt Tonlo,'2.28 per case; Clayton AlBussell, Wild Cherry. Brandy,94.00 per case.

suggestions for jolly making have Civil Appointments. Bars Specialty.. M |f Furnished.

been adapted from a variety'of sources, S

and they will be found helpful not only .Governor Bloxham has appointed JohnL. S"D'G-.AD. .. "lW'T'T'.x..S. '
for the exact information which A .Fertilizer for Fruit c.
they to
1. Taylor special commissioner England Telephone 102. Office and Shops at End of Viaduct; In Riverside. -
give but on account of the.suggestions to solicit the sending of a representation FLORIDA. a

contained which many a housewife will of each of the British colonies JACKSONVILLE, :, ...... ... .... ..-.... . ".. "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer/
be able to turn .to account in dealing to the Fish Congress to be held at Tam- I ,

with other fruit or laboring under conditions pa In January, 1808. GEORQ MARX. JOHN MARX. r1.oe eQO.Oo Per Ton..
peculiar to her own household. Also Duncan U. Fletcher of Jacksonville -

I Grape Jelly.-Though it is still early and Robert A. Mills of Orlando MARX BRC: >9. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS :........
I, to be notaries publlo for the State-at- Moisture,8 to 10 Per Cent.
In the season, says one writer i the good large.
Wholesale Dealers In to 6'u u
housewife AmmonJa..4#
i is already thinking of her de- .
lloldus grape Jelly and rap"-onfeot.Jo;; ;;, ,Q-rocerles, Fruit: ac.d.: ; ProLOe. Phosphoric AcJd.-.G. to 6 u "",

which may be made the latter part of Cupid tile Beggar. 131 and 188 East, Buy: Street and 8 and 8 N.wnanStnwt, Potash (Actual.6 to 8"
Hade exclusively from Bright Cotton Seed Meal Nitrate of Soda, Blood BonerDissolved
August, from the fully matured alceosnvilie: F1c d.a
green How LOTS J $ a >r Phosphate line Ground Tobacco Stems and Sulphate of Potash.
i grape, or In the first weeks of Septemberfrom I goes a beg.fins 'K> Write directions for.using:'and further particulars; also ask: for ,

the,ripened fruit. Grape jelly Is ; for alittle'kindly ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY copy of "Economical Fertilizing for Fruit.", We carry a large stock of all Fertillcer
'one ol the delights of the preserver because treatment! Material, Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust, Potash, etc. Write for prices before -
( f r How '' buying. 'We seek: the growers trade direct.
falls "come. manywomen
It never to This Is
turn We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes andcow Peas;
S. the method of procedure: tbeir backs guaranteed genuine. We also oarry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want WILSON & TOOMER Fertilizer Co.,

Stem the grapes carefully, put themIn on the little your Oranges and Vegetables.' Give us a trial and yon will be pleased. The Fertilizer ''House of Florida

a stone Jar and set It In boiling water. 'give fellow)freely They MARX BROTHERS. JACKSONVILLE FLA.Magnolisl Jacksonville Fla..

Let the :water boll around, the covered .of their time ,

Ja jar from half to three-quarters: of an /and to fashion attention or =

hour. Mash the graphs when social
they are pleas '

', thoroughly heated to let .the Juice run seem arcs,to butt ...- 'Qroce'y... HE PAINT STORE.

out. When they are well cooked strain I prd happ H. A. HENRY
Proprietor.
''
.f. them through sheer cloth of unbleached wifehood aDdmotherbood
l asa Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
cotton; For the finest jelly use:the mere secondary _.

jjulce second that drips quality through which Is first good; and enoughfor forthe tion.Tb.considera., take! *h\'n STAPLE AND' FANCY GROCERIES;*** ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS,


jelly cake squeeze the pulp and' extract trouble no end of Write or call for our Cash Price List,which will please yon.10a ; .

all that Is possible by preia .... the fit of a|'t>wn or the success of a dinner over Main and 33 West Foreyth'8treets JACKSONVILLE all E'apers.,
: Keep the qualities of Juice separate, and party,but think they hate no time to bestow ; ; FLA., -
.. II .pms the health and physical soundness Telephone No. 350. .
for each pink allow a pound of granulated which aye absolute necessary to happy

a sugar., Put the sugar In the oven wiftiooi and mothernood. Outside; Cold Water Paln-t.

In a tin pan while the juice Is being special Any weakness organs of or her disease.. totally of the an fits delicate a woman :DAWSO1T '
W.
". boiled down In a porcelain kettle. When to be a wife or mother.. It is a_IDa.'. B. I. E. BAIRD: )' & GO:,
.4 I' the juice has boiled twenty minutes, add prissy duty to be 1Mro.. and healthy in a

I' the hot sugar. It will melt Into the womanly: way.will Careral.certainly llvinand.,and 'completely jadlcloaatraattaeat Wholesale and RetailLIQUOR 52 West Bay At: Laura Sts., JACKSONVILLE, ru.-

lolling juice with a hissing sound. The eradicate these delicate complaints.A '
Moment It la melted and bolls up again nb.lectwtda complete careful sad practical. treatise advice on this PalnU, Oiia, Glass. Varnishes, and Boom Mouldings:
professional ansnggestlon. .
-
t, the jelly Is done and Is ready to be put for self treatment are contained WINE (\' MERCHANT. -
.? People's Common Sense MedialAdviser :
It cold
Into bowl When II set It
I' ,
away ," by 'R. V. Fierce M. D. chief AND T&BDePsdatlaa
AW nVAJCXNQ Xfl La, JAC=BOJtYILLE ..
.
fa a cool place. The next morning It eevraltteff physician of the i.lIdeHotel ....., B. Bay: ...;..... of Clrth; ...
..., ...
and .cn1IUdtatre N. Y. This
I
should be firm and
perfect. Cover"r' reoo-pap illustratedhonnd book; wilt, be scat pa. 1 119 West Bay'St. Jacksonville
closely:with two rounds_ of paper,, thatf pr- absolutely free for t ftl of m+*ltmf Fla. WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
have been dipped In brandy and pressed only si eae-ceat straps,or eloth-bonad ,
for 31 staosp Address Dr. Pierce,ss above. Fine 'Old and
'WInes
Liquors Imported Domestic Havana
down the jelly. This Manufacturers
,{ against precaution Dr. has rlvta a of -
f -1 Is especially necessary with grape jelly tidy of woo '. diseases nand has d
wide practical experience la tale Mexican and Florida
account of liability to mold. There partfealar Cigars. 'LUmber Lath. *
; on Mid Many aria*poydciaa. His Fa oriU Cypress Shingles ;and
is a tradition,'coming down from housekeepers Ptsseripti.. ".Ii a perfcct sad t scteatiacresie ,
) <.. ,y; for diseases the foniniae ortmas.It FINE F ANOY GiROCERIEiJ.Wmsur8 : ,hlngld,
i
of former .
generations that
> a .Is the,ashy t edlri.. devised for thispajiJeiilsr. A large a&qclr'ofDIy: Cypress flooring, celling.,sldtagr:mouldings
if!" thick layer of mold oa top of the ,Jelly purpose by M ednnted: asidakilledphyaiciasu froaa 19$ Per, Gallon, upwards. I j u.dle no OompoaadToooda.HP" :Uh and picket; always,on hand.' thus assuring prompt shipment en

\.. 'toes good rather .th..... harm, by acting CU9 sa attested It is a by positive> aaore Uasiaiaety sadpersaaaeat Price List upon application. 'Your Jug Trade. SoUdted. 1 lonldtnga, of,alt pattern a specialty.!

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, AUGUST 13. 1897. frUlB ? /

)ijHODGES&

professional' Qards. THE NAME CAME BACK. LOW RATE EXCUKstotf TO SOCIETIES, ETC. .
Cheap Rates O. A. BU Kiicaiiipmcnt .

*. JtOaaIW.u.T**S.GftAHAtt.ATTORNEYSATLAW Lad For Awbll. the etowc..l4 ..* EASTERN CITIES.We INDIAN:, RIVER ( UAllf>3. ,Jluffiilo, N. Y. GODFREY,
.
..
the Rumor .
of I*
BLVS 4 GRA1 .M\ It is'' familiar nave the pleasure of announcing Drill M the Armory ,,,er county jail,erery Manufacturers of ;
a contention among Tuesday evening in the month at* o'olwk. Account of above occasion" the Plant '
psychologist that an incident once that the Southern Railway and Its connections A.T. FJlARTICII: ,Cal|>ttn. System! otters an v vxvpodliiRly; low rate \
will sell 12th 18th Yellow} Pine Lumber
thoroughly presented to the human 14th on August of $:: .70 round trip Jacksonville to A
10 to 12 and excursion tickets to
From a. m. Washing ,
:- ,
mind and
FICA nouns cannot be effaced from the mem ton D. C. Richmond INDEPENDENT: ORDER GOOD TKMI: >IJVR3..Titnavllle Buffalo return, giving choice of .
; Va and Norfolk
and 2 to 4 p. m. ory. In this connection Dr. Ham- three all rail routes, via Savannah, HOUOn DKBH8ED! : ,
Co. Florida. Cyrus Va., at one fare the round trip goad to : Lodge! }fo. IT manta every TueniUy
Const
Brevard and
J Charleston Lineor Montgomery !
TrrirsvnJJi, return within fifteen days from date of. evening TSO In lYmtiyterlan rhurrh. IMbilomeottatce Orange llox: Ileiule
an Vox:,ion.till Turkey ant Tuomlny In each month. and Blrminghiini, or Atlanta and *
the courts-state and TedCLclal sale. These tickets are open to the pub- Fruit Vegetable Cratwa.
practice In aU C. A. GARDNER.: O. W. 8CO1UB:, Chattanooga. Through Pullman sleepers -
Constantinople, is reported by the Washington lio and will be honored on all passenger 8eo't. C. T. leavn Jacksonville 8:80: t 1m", and Lumbar. doliverelatsn9parsof Indian River j

faollttles for examining and perfeot. Star as telling a humorous story. trains, Including the l great "vestibuled TOO: p. m.,.on the quickest,,most attractive on through:: bill of ladlngi Anyone nnntemplatInu 1
limited building on the Kant Coast wouldlo well. to
IWdr4tlet. and the "U. S. fast mail" !
Dr. ,
Among Hamlin's
friends and and convenient schedules. Tickets write for prior*. The Sawmill stunted on the I
substantial helpers was a Philadelphia trains. CMUKCHKS. sold Aug. 1 0 to 23.:: limited Sept let All J.,T.A' K. W, Kf., a miles south of Palatka. r
Then In immediate connection with
CAKT-ELWKS, p gentleman, whose name could not be recalled the desiring a part rail, and water route can SatMunUIIltthtM.l'"utJlRIU co.,Fla.
Southern '
round tickets
by the doctor, who was then in will be sold Railway follows, trip Kr-ISCOPAI. CHURCH. secure the very low rate of W2.00: roundtrip
NOTARY PUBLIC, Turkey. Every incident connected with as : Washington to StrviceR the 2ml and 4th Sunday In each via Plant System. to Savannah and -
STATE AT LARGE. Baltimore and return, $2.00; Washington month,,at 11 a, m.and TOO: p. m. Sunday nrho.ilTry O\Jqal18tel\olshlp Uuo to New York, this NATIONAL ;_--.---- --:-
their interviews even
to the street and to and ( Wash nodav ...
Philadelphia return, $11.110; at 8:1M1: m. Evening |>ra>eral includes meals snit berths
rate
I Typewriting, taxes" ,paid for nonLlJcnts number of the house In which his benefactor ington to New,'York and return, $10.00, ap. m. 0" "'".I&oa the and HomeSeekersREAL
making cheapest most delightful
at 10
Friday a. tn. ,
and accounts collected had via all rail limit
10
rents lived was as plain to the days.
RIliY. D. F. BROWN, Rector. trip on the finest and fastest
Jo etc. Correspondence solicited. doctor as if the events had occurred but Richmond to Baltimore and return coastwise' vessels nlloat. Tickets sold

iTltusvIlIe, Florida.nEN" yesterday, but to save his life he oeuld U.OO, :via York River Line, meals ondst.ate I'UK81IYTERIAN CHURCH. for steamers I"avlllavRnnah! Aug. 14- ESTATE EXCHANGE. ,. .

not think of the gentleman's name. rooms extra; Baltimore to Philadelphia Service every Sabbath at Ii a. m sail T.30.m. 1(1-17-18-20(\ and 21st, 8:20: a. m.; train will :\,

E. FOSTER As time went on this failure of memory and return,.*1.00, via rail; Baltimore Sunday soliiMil atI\ M a. m.. CII''.... Gardner, make a direct connection with all those p
caused him serious and to New York and return, $S.OO, via 8"lltiU Pr" ' annoyance, mil ilmlt 10 at 7d10. Tlio invited
days! nlhltoarecordially to at A'you
'
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW lie adopted' all sort of expedients to Norfolk to Baltimore and return $1.50 tend our Berlom.:: System from Jacksonville, any detail ar- Specialty Send DoHcrlpttrm of what
'II. \[..(} !'utor.IUPTIST rnngements.wlll be perfected for and
Diciv. / you
have and what
bring back the name. He would take the via New Bay Line; State room $3:::1; berth, inquiries\ promptly answered. Pullman you want.

|Rooms 420 & 423, Gardner Building, letters of the alphabet one at a time and $1; supper, $1; breakfast $.75. Norfolkto CHURCH. or summer reservations will be MALABAR, Indian River, FLORIDA. ,

think over all the surnames he had ever Philadelphia and return, $0.00), via made In advance on notice given the ,

ACK8ONVILLE, FLORIDA. heard, but to. no avaiL Then in his Cape Charles rail route; Norfolk to New Freaohlnitevnrv.. aooond and! fourth Sundays, undersigned. C. C. CARROLL,
imagination he would start down the York and return, $13.00 via Cape morning and 1 ev iilnK. Prater Minting every. U. L. Tonn Division Pass e
Wedneiutay evening' at Tip o'clock. Sunday Agent.C. Real Estate Agent y
CORDON R. BBOOMK.COTT street where his friend had lived, enter Charles rail route.-Limit 10 days. School every Mimduy. at\9:4S: a. m. A Im preach8ll".lny II. HOWARD, City l I\IlA. Agent; l
,
|ru. SCOTT. Norfolk to New York and log ant at ,
Soooml
."'_ 1.____ th of return $18. LaU"1t'I1| diniday, G. W. I AItK1IIt.J. City Tkl. Agent.
iiuo UUUBU, gu rough the ceremony Oak Hili. All are cordially invited to attend. '
via
Old Dominion
& BROOME, + introduction Steamship, including Steamer tickets limited to Oct. 31st. Cholco 0
and repeat word for word, meals and state room; limit 30 days. B. A. GBIOJIU, I'alltor. y

ti ATTORKEYfrAT-EAW, as nearly as he could remember it, the The Southern Railway runs through -T Winos, Liquors ,

conversation which had taken place be- trains to Washington, Richmond, Norfolk METHODIST CHURCH. DO YOU WANT SOMETHING and Cigars,
.
(over Bank) tween them but still he could not recall and through cars to Baltimore, Regular services. every first third and fourth '
the name. Philadelphia and New York from many Sunday at II a. m. and T:43: p. in. Sunday QI' I' Guaranteed Pure.. J i

lam;,,. -. Florida. When after 80 years, he returned to Important Southern cities. BcUjK.I League ever Holiday Sunday.. at at 3:3:10:00 a<):p. m.a. m.Prayer Kpworth inmit- GOOD AND CHEAP ? Sold .at reduced\ ,f'.

his native land on a visit, he took the Pullman diagrams now ready and'I InK| every Tlmraday night at T:00: 1 k'. in. The prices .
MINOR S. JONES, trouble to go to Philadelphia In orderto I reservations may bo made !In advance Ladlmt' Aid Houlnty. meet every Weducmluy An abstract showing; perfect title will 't
application to the ticket aC 3 KM)p. ui. Everybody: welcome) at our church ImportedTokay 4 ;
settle the question which had been upon nearest be l furnished to each purchiiNor of any
aorvloe.l, Wine,
office Southern Railway and connecting of the following lands In Drevurd
ATTORNEY AT-LAW.* county t
Ii puzzling him so long. He visited the lines. A. W. J. BEST, Pa tor. Right front on the north side of Main from Italy.]

ITUSVILLE, BREVARD CO., FLA house, but found only strangers, who J. M. CULP, W. A. TURK, streot, Tltusvlllo. Rlpurlnn rights ox- .0 'I"l '

could tell him nothing of the people Traffic M anager, Oen'l a s Agt, CATHOLIC CHURCH tend to the channel, and the City Wharf, J on. Togni., ,

County Judge of Brevard County. who had lived there so many years be- Washington, D.. C. .Service at 10 a, mt every Sunday, In now extends. along the lot Qh the south side. Metropolitan Salolln' 1211 East Bay SU ':
-- fore. So finally Dr. Hamlin abandonedthe S. II. IlA.nDWTCK, Church butlillnic, North Tlttmvllle. Children: There Is a largo warehouse on the lot at :1

search, thinking that here at last Asat Uen'l Pass. Agta! Atlanta! catechism" .t a p. m. : the bulkhead of the City Wharf which JACKSONVILLE., FLORIDA. :

GOLDSMITH, was a case where something had been 1 RevJ.FlO'BOVLLRector. !goes with the property, and 1,000) foot of Wholesale'and letlb..... "
M. thoroughly presented to the human rentable property along the city landing.
Preparing? Tomato Figs. Price of property, Including warehouse,
mind and as thoroughly effaced. MUNICiPAL
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, One night after he had returned permanently f2,000.: WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS. 1

*yntusvllle to this country, he attended a Tomato figs are both economical and TOWN COUNCIL, .

Florida. large dinner where were several distinguished tasty. Select the'small, yellow tomatoes; R.F.Hall,mayor R.S.Smith,manhal. ; J.A. southeast Four and quarter a half acres of southeast of land quarterof In. the 1

psychologists. During the scald, peel and weigh. Allow three apperaetui+, tux collector,, ) U.C'nry-Klwen: clerk iI. ;
an .........Bor; J. M. Ulxon,' W. K. Knox, flee section 20, township 2.1. south range il .if..
evening conversation turned: upon pounds sugar to six of tomatoes. Puta W. Sooble R. (1. Burlnifrmuir Tho*. W. Lund6ouncihnen 85 east, at tHins station, on the J'L T. A '
1 If .D. L. DODSON, ... i the. subject 'ot memory and the well layer of tomatoes on the bottom of your The council meats second and K. W. IVy, four miles north of Titus- 'Iiv

lVl. I known scientific principle was discussed. preserving kettle'then'a ]layer of sugar fourth Monday In each month. vlllo. This Is In tho western part of the
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DENTIST. This was too good an opportunity to belo and stand them fire. Turnbull hammock, and has boon all ( alfffi R'S W VOOR Dias: ;
t and Dr. Hamlin proceeded to relate over a moderate COUNTY OFFICER! cleared ready to be set to orange trees. ,I/ and o "I""f..n..Olh. old 1
others '''11. Youn'f1" recall
Office over postofflce.TITUSVILLE his experience at length, as an exampleof Cook very gently until the sugar has Price $.50. ,flea" ,, .\l.0 1 .1....". A".nl.t I Ysar. I
SCHOOL BOARD.J. .re..Ne.ye N fsaIIly.a I.tl-
penetrated the tomatoes. Lift them :::.t-:7'
the opposite kind. a ilr .n..aP..r.het.i.sr
at time and S.Snowdon Tltimvilla; A. L. Hatch. City Tho southeast of the north sew. .,.. tl.. $ irr. .
FLORIDA. He was, of course, listened to with carefully, one a spread on a Point D. E. Miller, Malabar. quarter ..... nnS fa feMe! *rbuilu .
; west quarter of section 18, township' :31. intllerti. <** Wardss off tn* 8Oh.U".foo.,
the meat in the hot *
great interest, and as he approached large platter. Dry sun, Onehallof ; Iron'|*>.( wo.Tht. euh.map.un t

TL...GAULDEN, end of his story he said, with great impressiveness sprinkling them several times with granulated COUNTY COMMISSIONERS south this range Is excellent 3R east;hammock 40.acres. land and J'rn, ; h...%
: sugar. When dry, pack them In W. H. Sharpe Sharpen, chairman I "Jmienh. the other half Is muck land. It Is situated :rhea anb.cants .plank 'I" t.p{_....... .',:f.}
ATTORNEY-ATTLAW, "Gentlemen, there was an incident jars, with a layer of sugar between the Mendel LaGrange. | ; J. IL'Walker lltunvllleiJno. ; within threo-quarters of a mile of ", ..It....iA..r.rNf.NMuI .r.r1ur Sr K.ieai.d a... I
HOUHUIII, Kail OaJlle R. J>. links, Jelinen. b' i
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Will practice In all the Courts of the State presented to my mind more than 40 layers of tomatoes. Cover with a glass Regular ......tuII.are held lint Monday. lu each Minis station and tour tulles'' north of PoviXnaisNsg.Sold l. .... .... UYhi'eAi.ld.a. ''J!!'

it Florida! ,and the United States Court;: years ago, and I have not been able to while drying.-Mrs. S. T. Rorer In the month Tltiisvllle. A very desirable property. by J. B. Sereven, only.; I
think of the name of Captain Robinson Hond passes through the property to the
P.0. Box:,230. .TTrUSviliE {:
FLA.Honey .
August Ladles' Home Journal' station Price $200. _______ .
from that day to this. COUNTY OFFICIALS. i {
to Loan 18POPE a
,
When bis climax was greeted by a Minor B.Jone, Tltticvllle, county Jndice' | D aD VIAft.tBXFKMiaNOI. ]I '
hearty burst of laughter the worthy Intoxicating; liquors have been made L. Gaiilden. TltunvlUe, promiciitlnir attorney| ON THH ST. LUCIa 1HVER. .\
& CAMPBELL A.A.Stewart Titiuville, clerk circuit court) ,1. .,c'
doctor looked round in great astonishment from the sap of the birch, the willow, F. Wooten, Cocoa" tax assessor' E. W. Hull, Lot 4. section 82,- township 87, south .. ,

: for ho thought he had told s the poplar and the sycamore. Bharpe, tax collector; A. T. Veaiter, Tltimvllle. range 41 east, containing 77 aores.rEhis
treasurer J. II. Hum,
ConrUtnay, eupttrlntendent
ATTQRNEYSLAW pretty good story and could see nothingin public Instruction; J. O. Vrlen Orlando, tract has a quarter of a mile front on the ?yk
r- it to provoke mirth. It was some time county surveyor j J.V.thrown,Tilunlll..,slu+rld. Ht. Lucle River and lies a few hundred "
dawned 'rro-To-I for Fifty Cents. feet west of where tho Florida East
before the truth, of the matter
"
Jacksonville, Florida. Guaranteed tobaoco bablt cure, make weak -.. Coast R'y crosses the river. It bas a .,
upon him. man strong, blood pure. boo.'1. AU drUlrillal. .
AGENTS-$25 to |U,0 per week easy. nice front and Is excellent plnonppja TMADB M.IIK" ,;

Kook Pictures In Oregon.W. You work right around home. A brand land. Price $M per acre. We will not DUION.. t
w;
GEORGE w. ,ALLEN, B. Whittemore while in Alturas, Pineapple, Orange and, Lemon new thing. Write to us quick I You out this lot. Anyone..mllna' **etnh OOrVTMICMTs and. deenrlptlnn ')
discovered remarkable will.bo surprised at bow easily It can be or write to the uluilraw l > rt lnfree>wlifithiir an liiventlnule.
Or. recently > some Apply .
l MtenUble. HommiinlMitlniie etrlutlr .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, about 15 miles northeast Land For Sale, Cheap. done. KcjnJ us your address, anyway lHiuflile"ntraT.pmb"hl lr lJ>hj__ ...uu, Iir...iurlnii. 1'.0'' r;
hieroglyphics It will be to your Interest to Investigate. BOBBINS A GRAHAM CO., In Amerlne. We are a Wa.hlniitoB. oniew.PeMnt J
from the north end of Warner valley skin "lin>u.h Menu Co. regeUeapeolal '..:';
Key West, .. Florida. on the edge of what is locally knownas I have for sale 80 acres of pineappleland 8041 Write Market today St., Philadelphia Address, "People's, Pa. Tltusvlllo, Flo. notice In the8OIENTIFIO .,

Will practice In the United States the "desert" in Lake county. Mr. on St: Lucie river, a few miles below I AMERICAN, "

and State Courts. r OjunOSTR. Whittemore says the hieroglyphics had Eden, 40 of which being northeast .any...all"Mrtentlfle, I' llhintrated.,,..aI,we4tilften. lanmit. elrmilatlon"..aBll. )a,..ef., I I,

been'cut with a sharp instrument in the quarter of northeast quarter of section DEED bl.tnks'lOo.: OQiCe.J. each.; $1.00 per 100, at WantedAnfIdnfea S WDalbe; duos*ON nionCha.PATIHTS;; specimen.sent tr...spies AddreM and I 1Afie ".

F. HOUGHTON, surface of the hard basaltic rock. They 18, township 38, south of range 41 east; the ADVOCATE Wrt*.JOHM WBUDKHHutttt 7 CO ."rtv- l' Alto?: MUNN A CO.' ri;
cover the face of the bluff for a distanceof the other 40 is the northeast quarterof .... D.y.. .. .auundrini.fur.iblr IM. > pria utt vnU 3X1 H.......,.. New Verh.lTAMPSrWHYN .., .J l.

I i about three miles and consist of pictures southeast quarter of section 8, -We have just received another supply a Sal Of *W ilV ll.iuUef WsUlCMeSuwanee ,.

DENTIST. of Indians with bows, arrows and township 38, south of range 41 east. of very fine grades of tobacco seod, :

spears, besides deer antelope, dogs and The above land can be bought for $10 which will be given away to any person River Route.

Daytona Florida iwolves, geese ducks, swans and reptiles per acre. It is suitable for pineapple, who will plant It on the East Coast. Call T HAvtviWI

i of various kinds. Intermingled with these orange, lemon or lime growing. or send stamped-Ihdressed envolopo for | HK IQNEQVOUICKIEALS
Will be sold In lots of 40 acres, for -
animals are characters which,of course, some to the ADVOCATH.office.
T O. FRIES, C. E. be could not decipher. He soy that the cub This land will soon.be worth $50 GEORGIA 8OUTIIEHK A FLORIDA
I. per acre' H'V., To alt Points Worth and SIAiS RMSSEMCCK*
execution of the pictures was very good Apply to C. IT. Walton, ADVOOATK: .
Via
COUNTY SURVEYOR. aWl Tobacco Spit a.d Snake Your Mft '"a,. Northwest
and' he is satisfied that it could not office or to Robbins .A Graham, Tltus-
; and .A laQtlt'.
Indiana To quit tobacco easily and forever be road Palatka, Tlfton, Macon BIGGEST PLAN
Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. have been the work of ordinary vllle .tf aide full of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To- Low rates to all Summer Resorts; exceptionally ..
Mapping Throughout the entire distance the characters Baa the wnnderworker that make weak men Low Hates to Nashvlll, now ariralr IN THE SOUTH
neatly
done. Estimates for and pictures are in rows. MEN OR strong. All druKglsie, too or'1. Cure ueran. I on sale at following rates) lyROYALt11i4PILLS y
all kinds of of the vicinity 'have no WANTED-FAITDFUL teed. Booklet and sample free. AddreasSterling I
works. Disputed The Indians
engineering
responsible Remedy CO, Chicago or New' York Ten day limit Tuesday; and Thursday:
lines a specialty knowledge of the meaning of the hieroglyphics established house In Florida. Salary; From t'atatka, $14; Jacksonville, 11:1.80: <

.. or of the people who ages ago $780 and expenses. Position pe rman- Twenty; day limit,'every day:

'Trrirsvu LE, Brevard, ., FLORIDA chiseled them on the surface of the ent. Reference Enclose self-addressed No Cure-No Pay. Palatka, l5,25; ? $17.00

rocks. From the description given the stamped envelope; The National, Star That I III the war all druggists sell October 31st, every day I .

picture writing bears .a close resemblance Insurance Bldg., Chicago. Orove's Tasteless Chill Tonic for chills Palatka, $:J! l.2n; Jacksonville, $21.00 t r Asew ir ,is rauable ivK aedlate! MsviarAi rettof lurnid

V an.'ted.. -.4.. :JYan.: to that found in Mexico and Central and malaria. It Is simply Iron and qui The Hcenlo Rout. The Historical .. enmlT*. Mlnr

In America. If supposition is true, York'' nine in a tasteless form. Children loveIt. Battlefields Iloute. Full Information, a.a.re..M. ,
every section at once to sell staple Cheap Excursions to :New: : =
goods dealers a careful study might; reveal to the Adults prefer it to bitter nauseating Sleeping oar reservations, maps, eto., dsse Sari .
; no peddling experience -
unnecessary; best side line.; $75.00 a archteologis some insight into the originor Via Clyde Line. tonics. Price, 60o. can be obtained by writing or calling I. .te+N mlpa'u'wa e f

month. of dead and forgotten upon HIMIII UiciiABiiridir%,
Salary and expenses or large wanderings a t
commission made. Address,"with 2 cent ciTilization.-:Cpr. San Francisco CalL The Clyde Line will put on a special OK O. A. MCDONALD' Uen'l Age 111
Sold J. D. Soreven only
tamp for sealed particulars,Clifton Soap round trip rate, $32.00, Jacksonville to WANTED-FAITDVUL' O. P. A., Macon, U*. Jfaoksonvllla. by ,

and Manufacturing Company; Clnjeln- It Was Koeky. New York, on account O. A. R. Encamp established house, In Florida. Salary ---.-

natl, Ohio. "Harry," she said reproachfully."Well ment at Buffalo. This Is a very cheap $78O and expen e'l. Position permanent. '

?" be returned apprehensively, rate and should be taken advantage of Reference. Enclose self-addressed All reviewed In the new sporting Magazine "OUTDOORS." x
all who desire to take .a trip North.
-The Walton,Rapid Calking Machine, for there was that in her tone that made Tickets by at this low rate will be good to stamped envelope. The National- Star\ I N G Invaluable to the salt water, I Sherman the fresh water fisherman -, a
Insurance Bldg., Chicago. jan2D,07Notice. woodcock and bare the
No one $5; No.,two, 110; No. three,116 him fear the worst. sail from Jacksonville on any of the following -I the grouse, quail, snipe, : shooter
"l'ltusvllle, Fla e "It is evident from 701U'breath," she ships and dates-Semlnole, |Suu- bayblrd and wild fowl gunner, the big game hunter the tourist-

went on, "that you have been drinking. day, August 15th, 6 a. m.; Cherokee, r wheelman, photographer, boatman and naturalist. Price lOots. *,
"Well?" he said again for want of Thursday August 19th, 9 a. m.; Comanche ] Subscription $1.00 per ;year. ;

something better to ..,.. 8un( y"Augll.t 22nd, 11 am.and; R New York Outdoor Publishing Co., 1370 Broadway.; '

"When a mere girl," she explained return on any ship up to OctoberSlut. In the Circuit Court, In and for Drevard.

made. solemn row that County, Florida: I* CIANCx11T. :
"I a J
regretfully, The public are assured that the serviceof I VVS. .... ,"
should DOVei'touch TbonuM A.Crlmmln* a .
lips that touched wine the Clyde; Line Is the finest in the i I IRlehard !
When
you mine." coatwise trade, and every care and attention Y. Pa<.ldlon and > JlIII to 1'1'-' JiAn7
plant seeds, plant "Oh, to that all?" he said with evi.dent will be shown Its patrons.' his wife Vi-l 11:. PvWi-J Mortgage Traveling....

"If were a little more of''Florida Grand son.
relief TOG The Department '
the affidavit of f).R. Oanlden
conversant with the price of things in Army of the Republic have named the'. IT appearlnit for by the euniplalnaot Thoroa A. West Northwest .

FERRYSAlways that line and with the details of my salary Clyde Line as the official route for comrades Crtiniufnii; that the. ...defendants Klubard wltlMmtthHlMeofirlurltitan P.Pwldlwm Point' or ,
and Mary K. Pwlillmm. reside
and in-
moment on and friends, the public are '
hesitate
a
wouldn't; TOO
nooount of that vow. But. it's mighty vited to Join them.EarJTapplJoatloa. of twentywine. yearn, snit that std Klchar l P.Paddtooa a.o i Via; Atlanta toy {;
the best.e to F. Ironmonger, and Mary E. PMMlMn reside at Point
lucky that you didn't; include anything- Jr. Fla. Pass. Agent Jacksonville Kla. Caewell 8 ash"V"1.J.J.e
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in 1'chicago Post le no person In the Htate of riorld the M"lee l :: :: )
but; win : will secure choice state room accomoda- of aieiibpoenaapon whom would bind the Mid "" '
0, M. FURY Ca., Uons. endeJiu' Richard P. Pa/Id laon aad Mary K.rurl :. Your Ticket via
.
Detroit. MM. Cwt: of Expert T..UA -,. defemdMM, Richard, Paddtnon and Mary K.Paildlmn .
movement is on foot in New York The largest kite ever made In England do apr'.ar at the rlerk's office at the TIFT ON ::aO"Jr.rE: '
in : ucourt Court houiw M Tltu.vllle, Florida. ,on the
do with or owned ; Mr. Pocock 11AL
to away by1 /eorge
some was one *
in SIXTH LAY Or $EPTKXBER.A U IMff. TI
late the taking of Is of Bristol, grandfather of W. O."Oracef to er demur to enmpUlnant's bill Doable Dally Through Train AH correspondents
plead snwer
trial The question of expense of of complaint niwl In tlile promptly) answered and sleeping car.
the drawing a carriage
YOUR FORTUNE thi feature of the MarieBarSerTtrialhaving for purpose It le Innber ordeml that this( notice be pub. berths reserved. Will be glad to meet passengers 0r

1; Tarr ....... cost t; 110,000. along the roads. It was 12 feet by 19 hated apex each: week for foar eoaeeeuttveweeke at depot la Jacksonville: or m; office, 224 West
-Bii bilIii le roar wle to the I.DI*. Rivas AOVOOATB a Bewe. n
tC lTni7 Jlrl? ... Tkr.ss_. and he I&b was expended in the feet and proved the feasibility of such a pp.r palribihed In Krevard county, florid Bay street.. ."Drop. me a Line. EORGIA
N._;inlloLYii,' :;id"VW = I8J.OOO .a year 01' two mode of conveyance.; Wltaee. the Hooorabl John D. Brontna.JusiIa WALTER HAWKINS
*>% tlle e KKka_ bles.TAate. Dr. Meyer, the poisoner ofsdrl.arrtandtheseal of ..... sours,
bard
/LIO all has beea fht. r.... Agt.
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t 'P. WghaslSOOa day at the eoan It_. at THnnvlll*. FlortiU, tbl ,
=' on.b .:awrw ..teaw......die. ago. As medical expert .... Cuss e-tt...... ..__ the and' ,of,August A D IStt.SeeJJ 3. C. IIAILK, O. P. A. Jacksonville.

.:. .CTONL1t' U.11I.n.s.t : charge by Take ctsesrets & tOe ov*.. [ A. A. mew ART. Savannah, Ga.If .

=" .::. a.. arr ... y U a O.O.teU to(are,druggists ref.,.swosy. ....-.n Clerk Circuit Court d,
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.. .4, IHDI1H RIVER ADYOCATE.LV +. disposed of right at home; in fact, COUNTY COURT PKOCEEO- Malabar.W. iT
.
.. ,. it is sought for, by Jelly man INOS. st
4 facturers. That so little notice W. P. Arnald visited at Tlllman,,
..
, *'' ...". .. JODRHAb DUVQTBD TO IBB DaYJ has been taken of this fruit i Is Brevard Conaty Court convened onMonday.wlth Sunday
o Or M BltT or ran IHTnAH HIVZB, LABS 1 Is hll Honor Minor 8.Jones, Bolton returned Friday from a '
it C. M.
due to the fact that _
\ WORTH AMD MMIATITB HAT: saorroxs.PD8LIB8ED probably I .
; D..L. Gaulden, Oilyr: -
0 such almost t to judge presiding; proB&CUtiDIe trip to Palm Beach.C. To Storekeepers' "
with
-- grown ease as attorney; A. A. Stewart, clerk .
< EVERY FBIDAY. be looked upon in the light of a nod J. P. Brown, sheriff. The names oi F. Worm, of. Valkarla, attended

weed, so common as to be lit the jurors are as follows: Harry Rob church here Sunday. We'now have a Complete Stock of the aboYe-named
CBAS: H. WALTON, Editor&Proprietor' marketable. Now that this notio arts M. S. Sam, W. D. Edwards, A. P. J. M/Minor, of Tillman, spent Sunday
,,
Gru\r, R. I. Ilerndort, Rufus Ilerndon. Arnald. .
here with E. B.
will be
MEMBKR OF is exploded, more attentipn J. Waytes, T. 8nell, It. Rockland; Cbas. Grant Coeds at Low Prices.
to its culture, and remunerative Smith-J. S. Keck, Henry Holmes. Miss Bass Wells came up from ,
il't PRESS ASSOCIATED! paid and spent several framed and in the piece, fine meshes; Sand-fly
FLORIDA uettlnir
train
THE obtained for all that i The following cases were disposed of;: on Saturday's Mosquito Nets, on
\ prices Straw hats Wash Cottonades Summ'rLawns
0 days visiting here. cloth Cotton Crashes for Suits; ; ;
AFFILIATED! 'WITH TUBIt be CRIMINAL CASKS.: Soreen ; Ducks, eto. We keep everything
can grown.FLORIDA'S White goods, |
Wash goods,
National Editorial Atsociation .' State vs. Big Annie-shooting In in Rev. Louder, of Sebastian able, a sermons Methodist demand; ; are prompt in shipments, and aim to. give best value for tho monet
: minister, preached two .
It 15
RECUPERATIVE corporated village; plea, guilty'- days house. He will Liberal dealings our motto. .
at hard labor. here Sunday to A packed
.' DlHonntlnuanoe of advta.. must be made Fer- imprisonment State vs. Savannah Bill-carrying con preach here regularly every 2nd Sunday,, BENEDICT, POLLAK, & CO.,

, _ally at thin office or_by___wrItIng__; __ QUALITIES.The .. cealed-weapons; plea, guilty-$10 and the remainder of this. year. Jacksonville
...- ____. ___._ -4- 32 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Fla.
It .
.. costs or 00 days1 Imprisonment at hard Mrs. Benson died at her home on I
!tic, A FINE tobacco, crop, estimate result that the sanguine labor. Wednesday last, after a brief illness. -
is Floridian expected from the. .tec State vs. Savannah Bill-vagrancy;nol Funeral services were held at Melbourne, .
at from 100 to 150 tone, a good .
k": \ Infliction of the freeze three pros. and the body was Interred there. We MONEY And Buy From **#*
Its
1l, : record: for an Industry still in porary State vs. A. S. iHIH-gambling! ; plea, extend to the afflicted family our .sym SAVE
;: ihfaney in this state. years ago has'come to pass. Floi guilty-60 days' Imprisonment at hard .pathy. f
.J.I'.' Ida will never: again depend on one; labor; sentence suspended.State .
for the bulk of her revenui vs. Kid Saw-gambling; plea,, / :r z :E1S :e_ =ov-RS,
; -
crop
has word two to Roseland.
"LEX" a or say guilty-$10 and cost or 00 days Imprison
in favor of the Fuller Fish Law, Her people have pulled throvlg ment at hard labor. -

Our position in the matter la ,I so the hardest times they are ever There were'thirty-two more. cases of Every family In Roseland receivesoneor Grain Feed Garden Seeds Flour Grits

l 'well known that comment upon tbe ,:likely to witness, ,the and are recuperative still 01 gambling awarded same, all punishment pleaded guilty as above.and were more of the county papers, weekly. Hay, ,,,

; e same will hardly be necessary, es. top-thanks to 8nd State vs. F. L. Plercst'llIn liquor Allen Cain has purchased a fine Jersey Seed Meal
<\ peel ally as the time of the law qualities of her genial climate, wlthoJt a license; plea, guiltysixmonths' calf from Mr. Groves, of Sebastian.C. Meal and Cotton
the varied nature of her resources ; and coats Sentence # .
enforcement is almost at >an end. Imprisonment has removed from the
Sherwood
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: *,:,, besides, they, have learned their suspended conditionally; except as Mallory, plantation to the McCaul place. Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds o.f insects? Harmless to man or
'J I" lesson and profited by it, henceforth to co ts. the Closest Margins. Write for quotations.
\ THE Emperor of Germany and entire State vs. Geo. Denham-trespass;plea, n. D. Ruffner took in the recent excursion beast. Only Jell for cash on
his
f"t the Czar 01 all the Russlas are i at no one will, place not guilty-discharged. to Jacksonville. While there Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
, \: and dependence on bis orange crop; ; State vs. C. If, Pillsbury, F. O. Stetson he purchased a horse.
/ present hobnobbing together, the in tobacco will Increase and M. E. Hall, acting as agent of
acreage John Goode, of Melbourne "
'each "other what fine fel Mr. and Mrs.
A telling Co. without license
f .1: f' and what prefty yearly, and sugar plantations will: Southern Express of costs' defendants. .; have been visiting their daughter Carriage and
> lows they are, toy become frequent.. All that is needed nol proa on payment by Mrs. L. C. Moore, at Erolldoune P. E. McMURRAY
r" f they have in the way of armies and '
s is the capital to hasten the d< State VR. Nora Jackson-defamation; Plantation. &: Wagon
'the European '
of
is the wont
: navies, as velopment of these industrfes, and nol pros. on payment of costs. A fine manatee skeleton,over 0-ftlong, _
'r..i. I potentate, this will soon be forthcoming, I If, State vs. Will Sullivan gambling; was shipped from here Saturday, to BAKER, MaterialS:
! 't plea, guilty; fined one dollar'and costs. Ward's Natural Science Establishment,
;v e 'ON the 15th instant the cumme the reports from' every, quarter are State vs. Big Annie-being disorderly Rochester, N. Y. Dealers: in
character; pica, guilty;.15 days' Imprisonment '
of the flgh ,
I v; term of prohibition true.Now_ that it has ,been conclusive at hard labor. of Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts, eta, etc.
Fuller Agriculture Dump
I. entailed in the U. S. Department
ing industry State vs. Wm. Smith-aggravated as- FLA.
.
that Florida can recove JACKSONVILLE,
proved
;" ; Fish Law, which has led to so much ly assistance from sault; nol pros. Weather rfureau-Jupiter, Fla., Main and Church Sts., -
without extraneous!
R. F. Jones, E.. H..Shaw A.
r', acrimonious dispute', comes to an State vs. ; -
; .. Before next summer'its con any ill that may befall, confidence A. Bush-acting as agent for Southern The following is a comparative statement
"''i "" end. will be inspired among the capita] Express Co. without a license; cases con of temperature and rainfall for the
"r i Btitutionallty will probably have ists, and there need no longer be tinued. week ending Tuesday, Aug. 10, 1807. The New c"*
:. been tested in the,courts fear for the future welfare' t of State vs. F. L.Pierce-gambling! ;plea, -1807- -1890DATE. ,
any guilty; 60 days' imprisonment and costs. 'MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN
0/'i" the state. At the present time, I i tn State vs. Dan E. Miller=assault and 4 86' 71 88 7t1
'; ANOTHER assassination ia ad(lied her dullest season, her prosperity battery; nol pros. > 5 86 77 87 73 Door Company
; .' to the" long list of such crimes; will probably compare favorabl State vs. Frank Carlile-killing animal 6 87 76 87 75 Selden Cypress ,
. '
,;.:', .. this time the Spanish prime min with that of any other 'state in tbe without malice; case continued. 7 88 74 80 80 .
t :' 0 1 later ia 'the victim of the inaan union and while we are all CIVIL OASES! 8 00 76 00 81 J.A..LA.T 1 PWLA. ,
i 'i ; prone 0'" 03< 77 00 70 : ,. "
law order and R. A. Hardee vs. R. B. Holmes and A. fj.
I to au.tjjrority
y. opposition and talk of hard times, .55 80
; tq; grumble A. Taylor-assumpsit; verdict for plain 10. 88 73 Opened October 1st, 1800, turned the steam on to
t, ? which incites so many anarchiata it is more from force of habit thai Total rainfall for the week: 1.00 Inches '
I .s'", to the perpetration of the from any real cause for grievance tiff.State of Florida and County of Brevard Departure from normal .rainfall for the One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sash, Blind

't foulest and most cowardly murder The poorest citizen of Florida is va. Simon Hamburg-asaumpslt; verdictfor week: plus 0.10 inches. Departure
I?: nifio tenthe of bls plaintiffs. From normal rainfall since January_ 1, in. the United States,
j'- better off than R. L. Brown vs. Jack A. Russell-assumpslt. plus 15.03 Inches. .. md General Wood WorkingPlants

I"' ., I WITH Capt J. W. Fitzgerald as brethren other states, and whit Plaintiff,has leave ,to amend J. W. CKONK, Observer. of eight
.., lieutenant-commander, the FlorIda It is a fact that occasionally one declaration on payment ,of costs up to And with experienced management, (covering confidently a' past experience expect the best
and leave date, to be taxed by clerk. Best Ink pears in Cypress the patrons of our company may
.". Naval Militia is bound to of us gets despondent material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will cover
with the state in a sudden and unreasonIng Court adjourned Thursday morning possible :Materials, Tanks, Glass, etC
thrive. Popular everybody, until the next term in November. Doors, Sash, BUnds., Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house
I t and'possessed of tlrmne! 'and tact, fit of disgust, he is almost certain Black or red, one pint, postpaid, 10 ..
that 'to to return sooner or later, havIng ents. W. P. UNDERWOOD, '
and all the qualities go U3T"; If you need any job printing we Roseland, Fla.
1 o make successful leader, no better: found that after all :Florida I i ithe Is shall be pleased to get a share of It. -

", choice could have been made to insure "onliest" state in the union for MIAMI[ -

IV.-, the success of this'young and rich a'nd poor_allke.. +e + .

meritorious institution. Captain
I pt"

..;i, of Fitzgerald's things nautical thorough, coupled knowledge wit ATTENTION w, LADIES f' i FERTILIZERS.... Sale !

I :his shrewdness as a man of business Town Lots Now on
Would not a Village Improve
will stand him in! good stead When you are in the market write for information regardingour
association be excellen
merit an
In the new and honorable position ..,. '.
of first lieutenant-commander oi Institution Ave to further of the streets the. attrac and -. KINGSLEY General< l Agent For
Florida's Naval Militia. The in. ; appearance Fertilizers A E.
fantorganization don* well ti< seep; in order the sidewalks of our Oozr:a/plot :: :-: ,

secure his services, and under his own; ?l These associations have t '- .* Mrs. Julia D, Tuttle..

( guidance we expect' see it grow been organized I in many place Vegetable; fruit and vine, orange' tree manure, blood, bone' ,, ,
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and flourish like the proverbial i with' marked success, and thej, and potash, and other brands. *' .

t".: green bay tree. have the advantage of being open. CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYn

ted by ladies, who have mor Th Armour Fertilizer Works, ;. Selected
r ime to attend to these matters all parts of the Town.: Carefully
the which
AMONG are
projects
'b; likely to prove of immense benefitto han the business man, have better Chicago Fruit and Vegetable Lands on
taste, and probably a greater power ,
I la that of I' .
the state building i a of observation of needed improve MiaD1i River and Bay Bigheta.yItC.Correspondence

J." Hip canal across northern Florida. nents, notably in the matter olildewalks Where these fertilizers are made, having unlimited sources -' Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.
t ;. A company, said to be possessed! oi' for it is to their special from Which to draw their supplies, use nothing but the>very FLORIDA.

,. ample capital to make the enterprise Interest that these should be kept r' best materials, and there are 'no goods made better than out Iain Office Hotel Miami MIAMI, )
' a success, hal been incorporated COMPLETE FERTILIZERS. We solicit your order
I' clean, and free front weeds. ==
at Tallahassee, under the '
We have continually advocated '
name of the Florida Trans-Penin- he planting of shade trees.. on our ARMOUR & COMPANY,
'aular Ship Canal and Caffall Route principle thoroughfares, with la- CHAS. N. WELSHANS,

''le and System. The chief engineer Deniable nonsuccess, but, we think .. Jacksonville. Fla.. .
the is Robert M. Caf t" ,
of .
: company .
hat if the ladles would take the
fall, under whose personal super matter in hand, and make an ap-' CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER,.
'VI lion'the canal'wtll be construct ,
,
,
ed. There Is every reason to believe peal for subscriptions to carry.out E B. Williams &: Co.. )
his desirable innovation, their
very HAIR AND LATH. -**
that the scheme will be carried **
would be crowned with
forte sueess.
''x through, and the commercial seaports It is easy enough to refuse a- .Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants;;.. .
...
south will Oils.
1 of the east and State Agent L. & M. Paints and
when made of \
.' request( byone our -
r fthus be brought ,Into closer and own sex, but ft la a different mat.ter 65 South Broad St.,' ATLANTA GA. 13 Hogan Street
more direct'communication with Old'Phone 8. )o(

each other. The canal will, in all when the same request is made Foreign and Donu: stic; Fruits';> JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
of the opposite sex, who
by> ; one .
probability, have its western terminus I.
rill amiably refuse to'take no for -
to'/ at a point ten miles south 'of VEGETABLES I FRUITS I
an answer, and will sweetly persist
Cedar Keys, and its eastern term Ius until her point is gained.It StringBeam. Oranges, '
at or near the mouth of Rice should be the and Cauliflower.OkraCelery.. Banana, r DR. C. F. HOUSTON.stablished ,
\. pride pleasure *
,Creek, which empties, into the St. 'to Grape Fruit,
Johns a few miles north of Palatka' of property owners keep Cucumbers. Lemons, aFIl TT A.'T. h.ARLORt3.
heir sidewalks clean 'and free Tomatoes. Limes, .
from weeds, and in a great many Beets, Cabbage.. Peaches Mrs. KeeneX
l 1884. )o( Cor. Bay and Laura Sts., over
t' THE GUAVA. stances this is done, but there Squash, Pineapples Strawberries', .
Potatoes, '
:\t". are many places'where it is impos- Egg New Plant, Grapes JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.For .

r Very little importance is attach Ible'for a lady' to walk without Asparagus. Cocoanuts. the next-TO days prices will be as follows: Gold. Fillings, $1.50 to $1!;;;

I" ed to what might be made one of ailing her dress, which at this .REFERENO&9o-Third Armour' : Packing Co.,Atlanta National,GLI Bank Oeo.Atlanta:M.Taylor,aLl;W.ftao.a.E.Duncan Johnson A eo.CaDdy,AUantaTQ-Mfff., Atlanta.Gta. Plastic Fillings, BOc. to $1; Alloy Fillings $1 to $1.50; plates, $5 to $8; Full Bets artmade.
Florida's chief money crops. We period of the year is usually made t (very best), $9 to$lff. Extracting free, by painless method, where plates GUIDSeta
peak of the guava. Indigenous t some light-colored material, by I ----. First-class operators and polite attendants. Gold and Continuous-

to this section of the country, it isM reason of the weeds which almost of Teeth made and. repaired. -
'' the sidewalk.If The' Premier Flour of America. ,
at once easy, to grow, and a 're eel across
markably prolific bearer. Authorities our lady friends would exert

upon fruit growing tell us that leir'influence for the public good, S..6.eEJr:.. : ::eOS-7

to obtain the best results, the tree we I have no doubt that the result Unexcelled Biscuit .
\ should be cut down after bearing would be beneficial to the town in

four years and allowed to grow every way. Shade trees would be r 'Wholesale andJXMX Retail Dealers in
from the root and! stump, and in planted[ sidewalks kept clean, and I r l l'Il( by

e less than"a year the guava will be many needed Improvements made, andBread

bearing heavily as, ever. The whlcb will never: be done.. as long Forv.41ATE o WES HARNESS,
III reason for this treatment.'is that it a.i the matter is left to the lodl.vidual. .

l' keeps the tree bushy, which results .. Therefore we would hamy e '"

in what nourishment is obtained suggest that the ladles get to- Grp off. Pastry. And Bicycles.

from the soil going to make fruit ither,and organize an association; ,
rather than wood. There is no e-benefits of which will be' felt, p argest Stock and Lowest Prices in the South

longer any difficulty about obtaining not 1 only by the present generation, solicited. Barnes; and CarllJACKSONVILLE Whee1&.
Correspondence Agents for Victor,

-' grown a market; all that for,is the raised fruit. can, when'be bll't also by a Iqng posterity' % oftuivlllians.1 i Represented bj K 'M. :BURST, '* .JACKSONYILLE; .FLA. FLORIDA.


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GOODE & Melbourne.GOODEReal- Elltate and Loanll. FERTILIZERS- ;- )a


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HOTEL CARLETON MKUBOCBNB. FLA.M .- SF: >KOIJLEV: PRICE r '
eautltully situated $
on a ** bluff overlooking
the Indian River.. FlraMilaiuocoi. + : U)
1 moUatlons,and ratm...'''oonahl...
F. ROBERTSON, Proprietor ..r. TO +

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WHEN YOU GO TO SrELBOURMt call at the N i a Il j
Bazaar, Mr. Chas J.F. Campbell &; Co., Milllnery ..T'zr .eapple oo Gro"VVe.rs i
t made,and Notion.WOVen, Unilerwear.'Ferru'Vn. ... )'. __ __ .

ed Corsets,etc.,embroidery and colored Bilks-, ; '- 'I"

A tIN souvenir spoons. Stationery eto. 1 .4.11 round: : Fcr't1.1:1.mor: : .M \\l

Price $25.OO.GUARANTEED KIT: Before buying tie following Materials be sure and apply to t
W. II. H. Gleason, of Eau.Galll1.8 ,
POWDER In town Monday. hiH ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save :you money. '""j1IIollltnre.
.
It .
. Dr. Platt, of Fort Pierce, was a pleasant i iI .................,..,.....,. ..,:. ... ......... .. .......... ...... 8 to 10 STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE, :
Absolutely Pure. visitor to town last hiH Ammonia...........?...................... ............. .... .. ..,,...... ...... 5 to H III .I ,
our Tuesday. [ Equal. to Snlphata of Ammonia.... ................. .. .......... ........... an to M BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE, '
leavening strength Capt. John Houston Available ........ ................. ....... ... .....,.,.....1.. A to 6 I
k.r. ,tAd ,for .Its IsHurcs great the food ,: tuSallforms Gallie-- and wife, of Eau Ji'lulLlto: l'hoephat.of Lime,.......,...,., .,,................,..... ...... 11 to 11 DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA, '
were pleasant visitors to our town Potash K2 0.. ... ......... .. .. .. .. 1\ to a {'
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to '' ''
of adulteration common ''''' """"" "' '" '"' '" '
last ,week.E. E.IlIalto811Iphat.eotl.ot.allh..I.! ..........,... .... ....!.. ... 8 to 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS
brands. New York. :: Magnesia Le 8oli( etc ... .................................. ................. M to 00. E-I r
LL BAKING POWDER CO. Svedellus, of Valkarla, was in town ; .ice Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED :MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,
lately, ;
doing business with
merchants. some of our : ,f' COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES. : t

I &_T* Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0
Ormond. Fred Prange Is In town this week Improving HI: prices.,. .
his town lot and looking alter
Id his banana plantation. .
bass fishing Is at its''best this I. Please Correspondwith: us before being induced, to buy from: Dealers. Send for1
f-several ten beauties having been Mr. Coffin, of Atlanta Ga, was a .
guest of Hotel Carleton this week. He hi i Pamphlet. I.LJ

ht.'tea crowd of Jacksonville people is Goo.delighted F. with Melbourne. f ,l, LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. '

J engaged rooms, for a month, and I Ensey and son, Master George I III
loroe Friday. of Tropic were the guests of Mr. and .
Mrs. R. W. Goode last
week.
'
jare now having beautiful moon- Mrs. Amelia [ i Sac1 Qor: .vi s. lor1d.a.: .. r .h'
nights and bathing parties after .Valentine, of Bay one _
--
Plantation, Tillman, was in town last
J are the popular thing. Monday, calling on some of her '

I. Warfleld and Mrs. Baumgarten, of friends here. many her condition requires constant attention I I was the widow of Colonel Pulllam, of J JRetll1ler

Tdo, are two fine musicians who are Mrs.'E. C Thomas writes from Seattle It was decided to remove her to Cocoaas Ashevllle N. ('. The remains were carried G. G. SPRINGER .a
,
[ goneious .about entertaining the Wash, that she made soon as 'the patient's strength will to Cincinnati, whore her son, Jos.
a pleasant trip permit. S. Peebles; resides for Interment. bbelan.ves "
3. from this
place to Seattle, and Is enjoy.
Myer and family, of Palatka, toe ing the change. i Geo. F. Hanna who with his wife and four children. Manufacturer and Shipper Of .'f f.ICE
Wednesday for a month, and Mr. Goo. son, have been sojourning with us the Fred N. Conrad Dr. F. H. Honghton ,
lo Collum and party of friends from last Phillips came up from Fort Pierce entire summer, left for Jacksonville last Carl Koappo, Fred Niver and other of <
lido are expected Saturday. Saturday, to spend a few days herewith Saturday from whence he will take Daytona's young men lire always welcome ,. **'
the friends. The boys are all .glad; .to steamer to New York. Mrs. Hanna and additions to the society at Sea- I :; :: A
long the arrivals at Coquina have.him back.
\ieek were: P. Beewan Tampa.i; Miss Master Walter will remain here, guests breeze. ND '
1. Ray Orlando; Chas. K. Weller) Miss Chas.F. Campbell starts for New at the Hotel Granada. :;
next
York
J>Ir Daily Daytonlan, Daytona; B. M. Saturday to buy a new stock The steamer Spartan has been taken West Palm Beach.
neon, Orlando; J. O. Walton and of dry goods and notions for her already. out for a thorough overhauling.! She

I Clms. II. Walton Claude Walton, well-stocked store. will have new engines and new machinery -. Distilled Water' 'i;
IICATB, Titusville; ''J. H. Crosby Miss Gladys Stewart Is the happy throughout. The steamer Kathleen .
J. W. Comstock has left for .
I Mateo; Carl Warfield wife and owner of a new wheel, and she rides it I la performing the Banana river mail service Brooklyn '
liter Orlando; H. V. Colcough. Day well. Now we want a first-class bicycle' .while the Spartan is laid off. Chas. Mlllor Is expected homo \Ma Refrigerators I Ice Dbests Freezers and Water Coolers. ;{!
N. P. Gowell S. track week. ,
; W. W. Elwang;, then there will be fun for all.
Dr. J. C. Merritt Miss Rae Tlck- Highland avenue from the railroad ': I
Orlando os, O. T. Green, Ocala; L. E, Mr. and..Mrs. John Goode returned depot to the bridge, Is being preparedfor M.:E. Grubcr Is visiting his mother In FACTORIES....;.. ,
V, Ocean; S. S. Co. home, last Tuesday, from Roseland shelling the expense of the work being Charlotte, N. C. Cocoa and West Palm Beach. .
where have been jIIV.A j '::1
their who
they
visiting son advanced by G. F. Paddlson W. Armstrong: / jr., returned from

Y and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L C. Moore.C. certainly deserves the thanks of the community Jacksonville Monday night. _. ___ __ __.__ __ '____ __ ____,_._ __

Miami. Master. II.Fletcher Stewart, Stewart also Miss, returned Gladys and last spirit. The for town his generosity council should and public make June Rowloy left Wednesday, to visit SEEDS I SEEDS !II! For Fall Plallting.r :;

week from their visit to Sea Breeze, some effort to have the streets already I relatives on Hudson[ River, N. >f. .
hn Sewall who has-been on the sick shelled rolled down and hardened so ,
where they sprint a month very pleasant. G. O. Strolun returned Saturday: night -
is again on our streets. ly, with relatives.r that bicycle riders may use them insteadof from a visit of a month In Georgia.E. ITI -I\UIIIKVMI, hap, mtu per IPI1H.1 luirurow, "HI" to 1, V': .'">per nil.., *. .7I1r"r hen IIllmk '.
riding on the sidewalks to the annoyance Wu esco/ INlr hll'.i, .UoMim Wvx. .alIIler, | bu.1 WlU'tlwlIlI'. Kidney. ,.JSO per bushel
nry Anthony is again at his old poste We are all pleased to learn that Mrs and danger of pedestrians. M. BrolNford the happy father of niCKf: -AII varUtlen., 1\\.). 01,1| 11II<1. liar pcSnJ. .o"
Bank of Bay,Biscayne. W. C. Barnes and Miss Jean much twins, which arrived last week. All are (lAIIIIAdH-Hlandnnl vnrlntlm, Inn, on, 'Lrm: |J1tIr |innnilj' Klorlil" Ileailar. sec, n... SJnnrln.CELKRV .f
are .
: : -lUwtnii AI"rkotlIlulIt. |-n !hjill, Maxluan Hullil, Bv"illi li Market, UulU n Selt bleacl.l
Julia D. Tuttle has returned from Improved In health, and hope they will doing well. .., lAu 01.. .J.:* |IN'r lb. 1LKrrLfCltt'nrlud
enjoy their visit to the mountains asthey Buy lumber and other building ma- Slmp.on] )(.'..'..11. liiiyal, ('& >linK''', Early Prize Hnsil' ,' llmmnn New York, 1111C. t
the north.
our throughout i, found it too hot for their com'fortat terial direct from the Builders' Supply Quite a large( force of men are at workon lloNton,8alaman. ,I 1'arli and Lou ;*'
the beach to the den Ilk.oe .Ha\ rorlb. ,. .
SI
driving piles keep "
-. Graham returned Monday night Covington, Ky. Indian River is the Co., St. Augustine, and save the lumberyard walk In front of the Inn from being TURNll'KMilu' ) Flit I>ntoh, Purple Top Flat Dutch Whit Globe, Purple Top Globe, White '" r
i Ms trip to the Indian River ternC. best place to spend a real comfortable man's commission. washed Kag Seven Top,Cow Horn,M.".., 11ft!. U. Ib.,;2'nn. per Ib. ,',,
: _________ J away. RIrrAIAUA-Im1snared Aiiiurliian Ho.Su.. it-'14.,line |""r lb.
from heat here.
summer; no Suffering; 4 Two ,.Washington and Swain, A lull line. of &ilunlHU and Flel.raneds| | on baud Florida and ttaorgla Rye and Rant Prod ,
Lanler, the popular pineappleitor BAgrotw Out. Write for.prluei snit i>rt".lint to y;
The C. En and B.: L. social held at the Seabreeze.Come shot each other Tuesday morning. The
lifts returned from an extensive Congregational church last Friday evening latter shot Washington In the upper .L: CAMERON, Seedsman, ''sq i.

among the Florida Keys. was tf success. The music furnished part of the Icff, when the Injured man 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. :'

Ifred Peacock, that popular merchant by the Misses\ \ Llllle Robertson and Maude to Seabreeze if you want to Immediately snatched the pistol from -_ __ 'n.. __ '. ._ ___ __ ,_ .
ocoanut Grove paid our city a visit Powell and John Nicholson was good have a good time. his aggressor$ and shot him In the right
latter part of last week. and the songs by Miss Robertson andMiss H. Q. Hawley doIng quite a flourishing breast. Both mon are still alive, but are d
Powell were enjoyed by all. The business with his hack. I not expected to live.Fort The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co
uring the absence of Jos. A. McDon- recitations by Miss\ Mattie Brown and I :
in the north W. B. Owens has chargeie The Seaside Inn and Colonnades hotel .,,
Fred Fee were well rendered. The
work going on In Miami by Henry are doing an excellent business. Pierce.
men's sewing class created some Qrnt'l
laglor. young IDs 1'' VaLOW, Manager.r 1
fun; each gent had to sew ted buttonson T. Grotjan Ronald of Lotus, Is stop- -
on. Jag. A. McCrory, of Buena Vista, a piece of cloth. Messrs. Dunn and ping with his mother at Seabreeze. Some showers have; fallen here (LATE CHAPMAN A SUDLOV1..)
In the city this week on business. Downey won the prizes In getting their good
Florida.I
Miss :Marlon Curtis of Orlando Is during the past few days. South Jacksonville,
.
McCrory is contemplating; a lengthy buttons sewed on first. with her sweet sing .
Into the Everglades shortly. charming everyone Mrs. O. Campbell loft, Tuesday, for St. MANUFACTURER OF --

C. Peterson is contemplating a trip IF YOU NEED a Good, Reliable and ing.E.. J. Gay, one of Palatka's popular Augustine to join her husband. FERTILIZERS f
he Klondike the latter part of this Widely-read Newspaper, Subscribe for young men, will spend several weeks at Mr. Harmer, of Grnndlne, near Palat- For Pineapples Oranges andVegetables
ith. We hope be will secure a for- the ADVOCATE. the coast. ka, arrived In town Tuesday, on a prospecting ,
>and return to Miami in a short time. tour.
'
Miss Babbitt, of Tampa arrived at and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material: ;
from sustained sad loss
mph Dora returned last week, Vero. the beach on Tuesday and Is delighted Our community a )
trip to the Lake Worth section, and ocelm. last week In tile death of Julius Tylerone '
beautiful
-ain In his old position as stenograph- with our of our most progressive go-ahead Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust Kanit,. Etc. Also '

nd typewriter for our law firm of Richard Head and family, of East Vero, Mrs. Martin and daughter, Miss Allle, and liberal-minded citizen The deceased .
tt& Broome. In and Don Martin are still\ sojourning at came here twelve years ago; from New : The :I1'amou. :EEard.o :EJranCl. ':
were visiting town Monday.F. their cottage on the beach. Haven, Conn., and has aver since had the Ammonia. . .... .. .. . ,4 to 0 per cent t. .';J!
r. and Mrs. Forest Lake visited Jack- C. Prange has gone to Melbourne to SeasideInn Improvements and benefits of Fort Pierceat : Available Phos. Acid.... . ,8 to 8 per cent I For 925.OO Per Ton. \t
vlll last week. While Inthat city, work his there. A large party of arrivals for . to
purchased the furniture for their do some on place on Tuesday, taxed the capacity of heart, giving; employment to1 large Potash K 0. .r.,0 7 per cent. '
number of white people who were residents Commercial Value brands In the last Bulletin. Write for '
given our
flagler which The Misses Susie and Ella Wlgfield of that hostelry to its uttermost.Dr. Highest
eve into cottage, they expect Toledo were visiting friends here last of the town thereby assisting and : Trices. Order for It tons and upward for our brand will be delivered free ef all ,
next week. week. F. H. Houghton, Dajtona's popular aiding the home folks to make a start In freight charges to any railroad depot on the East Coast' catalogue\ price, until :j, I
A. Waddell our popular and ener- dentist is a frequent visitor to this life for themselves. Mr. Tyler; always further notice. .> a
o real estate broker, has been rushed Two bear were seen crossing the railroad place-coming over on his wheel. had pronounced Idea against the Importation :,'
U business of late. We have noticedof track just north of Vero. station, Mr. Bobbins,'*the Methodist 'minister of laborers. He was also treasurer .i
> late evening. : Of the Florida Canning Co. until a :i
Saturday
burning the midnight oil In (?), of Palatka, has rented Rev. C. :!

.office.L. Frame of Gainesville, Fla., rep. Eau Gallie. W.Every Arnold's afternoon cottage the on beach the beach.In front of few was months carried by his north before son Frank for his Interment death., and hi The* widow.accompanied body- Fred' k. S. Morse' -x- -X'f;'f

ntlng the Old Reliable Insurance Co. the Seaside In* is quite gay with the We extend the deepest sympathies the ,, : 1
New York Life spent last week In the numerous bathers who Indulge In a dip bereaved ones In this their hour of ..trial.At '
metropolis. He went county seat on .. ,,
reported having J. T. Snell In Old Ocean. '
e considerable business while here. Monday, to serve as a juror. REA: ?J .. ES-t.6.'rE:: ;
the
Mrs. T. N. Smith of Palatka, who I II T. I I. the .,
r, and Mrs. Merritt McNeil, a charm- Mrs. W. J. Nesbltt returned Wednesday spending the summer at Seaside Inn Is -
young from DeLand who week's visit to Palatka and largest all-home-prlnt weekly newlpaperprloted nacr.atsa .. Dado Oe aQILX3.o. :: '
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couple order >> -
e been,visiting Mr. and Mrs. ,Adam from a at St. Augustine for a few days, In at any town along the East Coast .'. ,. ...... \\
bt. Augustine. to consult Dr. Worley. of Florida between Jacksonville and L
ll of this city, returned.to theire and Mrs. Geo. F. Paddi- FOR LANDS OF
AGENT
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> last week. Mr. McNeil may locate. Born to Mr. Mother Chas. H. Walton, of the INDIAN RIVER Key West. f .
a In the drug business. son, a fine bouncing bab1cglrL. ADVOCATE came here from Ormond, .. .. n
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IllS and child doing nicely. Tuesday and Is making many friends. Florida East Coast Railway Company,' -r.;

nmpiuhed Jennie\ Golden, .charming and G. F. Paddison has taken Dave Adams The pink'paper is widely read In this NEW YORK Florlda" oaat Lin Canal A Transportation Company. t f

-, is now located yoUng in lady DfJacksonvlllel Into his office to be initiated Into the section. Boston A Florid Atlantic Coast Land Company. ,'
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as stenographer and typewriter forellknown mysteries of bookkeeping.Two Charming Mrs Harry L. Beeman of .'n -r_ ...__. __ ._..-._' .... --.---. "- ,ff
firm .of contractors, men have been set to work hoeIng Hotel Coquina, Ormond, made a flying
McGuire It McDonald. the grass and weeds along thA sidewalks call at the Inn, but wa so tanned that TAILORING CO. Awarded Gold Mtdal and Diploma or Honor at Cotton States and International Exposition: j:l
J- D. Parker was severely burned pmJF" a work of which there was much. few knew for sure whether it WM Mrs. Atlanta,-.., 1MM


''Way i explosion afternoon of,a and kerosene which can resulted last need.:Mr*.'Wm. H. McIntyre returned' last Beeman With such or someone place of else.entertainment as POPULAR PRICE TAILORS. THE Ge H. HAMMOND COMPANY jrf1

er death about midnight of the same week, from a two months' visit at Day the Seaside Ion Ocean Beach House,
*. The remains were taken to her tona and other place, much pleased Colonnades hotel Alcott's and the Whit* ,
home 10 GeorJda'( and were accom"he with her summer's outing.R House no one need look farther than .
led by her husband. h.-actin" of the' F. Seabreeze as a pleasant place to spend We the largest and .
: F. Hatch I agent Carry .
the summer. PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.
lodge "Oriental.," of :Miami, I* E. C. R'y. during J(r. Watts' absence.
omlng very Pop larthe initiation fee His numerous friends are pleased to Capt. J. E. Lucas* A. E., Wilson\ G. Mo Complete.Line f L1.k

now only 60c, and a good time 1* have him with them once more. Cecil.stes, Mrs. Cochrane and family, Hammond Ind, South Omaha, Neb., Chicago, III. ..
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|nwiteed to all who desire to gain ad- E. J. Gay Trios. N. Smith, H. E. Stewart
r''ion Into the mysteries of the order. Miss Isabella Barns visit returned to Miss Tuesday Mamie, and family, W. E. Bobbins the of Suitings and Trouseringsin Salesrooms. 2di, West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville Kla. ,.::1

l.r.Paul Lovett, together with four from fortnight's$ Wednesday Misses Ethel and Mltta Goode are among .ti
were Holmes, at Faustina! leaving the arrivals from Palatka to Seaside Inn. ." '
Initiated last lards Hams and Bellies.
Monday night. Markets
Canaveral on
.. morning for her home at later. IdruciDo Rapidly ,
Others are coming
the State.
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on the steamer Kathleen. ..... I
In want of any kind of building Wm. Treutler,who has been The largest; and jnlllest crowd of ,the Write t&B :for :Jrjoe..
terial1 f Icar loads or otherwise the E: .mayor with pleasurerIn the season made the Seaside Inn dance a .
Supply Ca St. combining business success. The ladies in their fleeey -and $20 :'
at grand $15 --
be Augustine three months principally Suits to Order- "" --- "" "" ----n' ---- --- --- --- J
pleased north the past and those of .
to make a delivered filmy summer costumes .
yon
|ee lit,at your station. You have no In Chicago ail hearty returned, glad T sdayhome the sterner sex: In their crash linen and Rouen to Order $4 ud $' JOB: PRI1TTI1TC: N
I or middleman's commission to genial duck suits made the ballroom \look Its
.
Florida again best and brightest Saturday night Is Sample sent by maiL 4 ,;.

4- Dn. Holmes, Hagblett and Brown popular at the coast OF ,ALL KINDS ,,": ':
YOUR VEGETABLES were called yesterday In consultation, on old OW TORK TAILORINO COMPANY, y .' .
t fruit K. Mrs Mary C. PollUm, 70 year ,
Williams the Mriou. condItionof Xjfeln! Executed at the'ADVOCATE. ;Hu ,
raE Co., wholesale died suddenly of neuralgia of th heart Wo.' 17 East Bay Street, :
a produce merchants, 63 South Tombe 'ha physician'opinion" warn 8ndy morning at the Seaside Ion. She .., :
road_... street Atlanta, Ga. See their morning. T > recovery, but !asA had lived tb* past twelve year here sade Jacksonville Florida. PRINTING OFFICE'i'fl. fg

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!. 'A BEGGAR'S ARTIST. '- OLD TIME DOCTORS. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE." 'The florida (Jentral &: peninsular R alive



The .t........ D.I.... Their Teachers IIFTMtloal Florida, New.York. between Florida and all Northern Points
115.' a UVES IN, A CELLAR AND PAINTS Work. Phlladelphla.and Boston.From Short Line
Augusta. Ga., Columbia. Washington
SIGNS FOR MENDICANTS During the last century in America Brunswick, (via Port Royal 8. C.,)to New York. Everett tlrnore Savannah Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East g

the medical education of a young student PASSENGER SEBVICB. Macon Atlanta Chattanooga Nashville, Louisville
,. Everett, CILCl6m
If He Hahn a Good Living and Would Rather. Wall generally what he picked up Via Fernandlna. ... C. A P. By. and Cumberland 130 Route A I'BnlD..lclC and Chicago. .
::: ITernandlna p mj
IIiII
6 to some : Lv JscksonvMIe 8.18 a mi Lv. Birmingham Holly Springs, Memphis', Little Rock Kansas
apprentice
B*a Painter For Bestmrs Than m BoafaiFainter by serving as an I 6.8U p m. Dally except: Banda Everett City 8
which combined the .C.&; P.Ry,and So. Ry. Lv Juk80nDvllle City. '
4 -How th. Pictures. Are C/sed/ lied noted; practitioner Vfa Everett,.lfraIlLlI' Dally. Passenger. Louis Chicago, Slpux
duties of a student with many menial] .Jao pm( Ar Brunswick daym. River Junction, Pensacola, Mobile, .New Orleans Texas \ elco' Calit
f What B. Charges: For Them. affairs. allowed on b e.PROPOSED for supper Th ,, and the Pacific Coast. Effective May 10, ISO7.

A new school of art has been diooor-/ He ground the powders, mixed the New York fExnross: w thB'IIthneuP1h
8AILDlGS. vllle8lSa. m., dally, Ptan.rra
ered. Bo far as known, this oity baa its pills, rode with the doctor On his rounds, Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick a; Sleepers for Savannah Columbia Wa.kf-i

1'' sole professor, and he la as odd as hi held the basin when the patient was Lr.Friday.New York Pier 21..E."..R....,.3:30p...: .,. ...m...,....(. RIO GRANDE... ..rlda'. 13 20; ,. -lame, a n Eastern Baltimore points., Philadelphia Connects, New for York' ?*" '

art. Bat'this is the source whence oome bled, helped to adjust the plasters, &fivf Friday. ",...................COWRADO.... EiEEs Friday the thrilling pictures. which the beggar, the wounds and run with vials of medi- ,fE. ........,..........,..RIO.COWRADO.GRANDE... .Frlday, f 8 'A '

maimed halt or blind displays when cine from one end of town to the other.It Friday Friday, Bept. 8..1'.. '.....:....."......."......'.RIO ORANDg.:............... .....::4 Frlda1.8ept. 10 "'1 Ann Jacksonville New York 7:00 Fast. m. Mall dally No fur .30 hi

ha mournfully relates Just; how he wan was a white day when such a young For generallnfoJ'1Jll&tlon.steamers,tret ..?t ",V11ce.apply Agent to,220 an)'W.railroad!Jay ttt.agent Jack.or oavUle.to .1 ,w ,s' ass, ern points. Carr.. through Sleeper sliu, J lion
(;HASDA vine to New York. No 311 arrive
injured and strives to impress upon the man enjoyed the rare good fortune of General Southern Agent,Brunswick n.... t y 9:10: ..m.p Jst;
charitable how deserving he is of aid. dissecting a. half putrid arm.*! So great C.H.MALLORY H. H.RAYMOND General Agent Pier S80, E. Rlyer,and 362 Broadway,N.T.' 'se+ t7, -

V ", In one of the shabbiest streets of the I. indeed wa the difficulty of obtaining !8. < I ,,, Cincinnati and Jacksonville, No ::16
'1i city, away down in a basement, a flickering anatomical, subjects that the1 medical a Jacksonville 7-410 p m.,via Everett Ma.o:
lanta, Chattanooga Connects f'r'Lonl", '
4 r gall flame lights the studio of this school of Harvard college made a single q f'q re a Nashville, St Louis ChlcnKo and all ???..

'* v, queer genius. It in a place of bnstaeiu body do duty for a whole year. g L 01" ., o Jacksonville and western 8.10 points.a. Returning train -IM..'i
; ,' Iii each as would appall the well dressed Under such circumstances the doc CKBONYILLEo m.

I banker, but it is no exaggeration to say tor's knowledge was practical and de- \ l''ar. --
that its baa an income which experience rather r" t) Asheville Route. Through Pullman giw .
occupant rived from personal 47JI
a Oh 4 Car service for Cincinnati via Savannah I:!,
many more pretentious painters would than from books. The advantages of a pa.a. bia Asheville Hot-'Springs, Knoxville t th&

,, I1 ., rejoice to receive. study were sparingly enjoyed.. Few olwasna A theCelebrated Carolina. Leaves Mountain Jacksonville Country Toe ift,

Technique and perspective' meet with physicians boasted of .a library of 60 y 0 af ives Cincinnati 7.40 a. m. Returning a Un
a
mall consideration at the hands of this ,volumes. ? lN Z0 t Jacksonville 9 JO a in.

+ king of the beggars, for such ho selma Hill apprenticeship ended, the student ear Nw _

to best, To watch ingress and egrowt of returned to his native town to assume y '' rt Only line Through the Bean Iful
B
his patrons would give a stranger the the practice of medicine.' At that period, 1 d N Country of Middle. Florida.: PnEsmunbla ", ..
impression that some philanthropist had with the of the minister and ksoy r Ba,. Leave Jacksonville Sit a.
exception Live
Ii. vi for Lake City, Oak. Madison. knell;
r Of .
established a charity hospital inn the the judge, the doctor was the most important MU u.a, Tallahassee, Elver Junction, Pensacola MA>
i1 ba ement. in his community.Hia N FLORIDA CENTRAL y'n" New Orleans, and the southwest MexlVoh
pojionage 'y'o,' fornla and the Pacific Coast. Carries She
k When the writer paid a visit to'this genial face, his engaging manners, and 1f v\ No. arrives Jacksonville 7:B6 a.m.

unique studio the other day, the artist the sincerity with which he inquired PENINSULAR R.R. -

4 was found attired in a pair of overall after the carpenter's daughter and the CoiHisctloni._ "'r""T .U Leaves Jacksonville 0:15: a.m. for Stark,,H,
1 and a 'greasy woolen shirt, as guiltless interest which he took in the family of h'eart' Os, ILOa1D thorns Silver Spring, Ocala, UalD

i 4i of ornamentation at the neck aa was the poorest laborer made him the favorite new.,r.,.rr., r.r e., va a Key Orlando miiuwoou Laoooohee. Lee,,burg.Dade Tay.re City, *fluffi"XS

the neck itself of acquaintance with snap for miles around. He knew the ,;..sagar Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville 4::15p.m.

t and water. A bushy board that had evidently names and personal history of the occupants NASHVILLE ROtJTE-Through Pullman Sleepers, Via Everett Macon Atlanta,uChattanooir.
been brown in other days covered of every house he passed. The .. Leave Jacksonville 7.00 p. m., arrive Nashville 7.00 next p. m. Leave Nut
arrive Jacksonville 8:10 next a. m.
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1, the lower portion of the artist's face farmer's- lads pulled off their hats to 0.00 81O a.m.a.;i m.-Leave Jacksonville for Brunswick by the Cumberland Route steamer, and Coi

,,; and his book,. hair stood up in indignant him and the girls dropped courtesies as ber 4-OO\and Bound.m.-Local for Everett. Close connection. for Brunswick. Shortest and quickest roiSOO

4 protest against the possibility of he passed Sunshine and rain daylight : >p..Mil-Local for Tallahassee Intermediate points. ArrtveJacksonville4:15pm:
invasion by brush orc mb. From undor'rather and, darkness, were alike to* him. He 1I Q-4O P. M.-For Tampa and intermediate(points. Pullman sleepers. Arrive JacksouvllleTjsi.Through .
4 Sleepers for Cincinnati-vla-Aeh,leaves Jacksonville at 7.00 p. m., arrive Ail
g bushy brows a keen pair of eyes would ride ten miles in the darkest Vllle I.tlfp.m.,arrives Cincinnati 7.40 a. 004 -
looked out.. Mind was decidedly in evidence night over the worst of roads in a pelt- For Macon. Atlanta two Trains Dall,. Leave Jacksonville 8:15 a,m.and 7:00: p,m.
'! rr- SUMMER RAVES: : to Excursion Points-In effect June l t.l'Ullmaa .
4 ; conventionality was' below par. calomel I Sleepers ht Trains. Parlor oars between Jacksonville and Tampa.
Both cleanliness and godliness were .....- Send for Best Indexed Township Map of Florida to. '
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t. quite ignored. in a fit. SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME I LOW RATES N. S. PENNINGTON, A. O. .MAcDONELL General Ad

The furniture of the studio consisted The drugs were stowed away'on the Traffic Manager, Passenger

y ,I of an old conch covered with a material ahelves of the village store, among Finest Cuisine and Service.. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.,

which in days gone by had probablybeen heaps of shoes, Bohan hats, packages of The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers t"Comanclie" '

very pretty chintz. Now it.wasthoroughly lOW and flitches of bacon. Coast
'' Florida East Ry/I
disguised by the' accnmuulAtion The'physloian was compelled to compound (new), "Algonquin.! ," oqnols. "Cher tee, "Senilnol8"NorthBound.

-of dirt. A real rag carpet cover his own drugs, make bis own '
Tim TaMo N.. .-C.rr....4 t. Jane 5, 1S9TSOUTH '.
floor .
ed the !, but, not a single picture tinctures and put up hia own pre cription. '

,. ': was )Lnng"upon the walls although .. His saddlebag was. the only drugstore Steamers are appointed to.according to the tide. .
at Charleston), Sundays, Taesda7.andThnrodys. BOUND (Bead Down). NORTH BOUND (Read Up)
FLA., (calling
severalpictures
the JACKSONVILLE
standing about the room were within 40 miles. Each spring From Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
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t 0., No
In various stages of progress. blood must be purified, the kidneys excited -. From CHARLESTON IS. Line"Schedule,or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers. o s NO o I
-to For hour of sailing see"Clyde ...,. 1' ::;::: t.or.J.; ..9n1..u. ..... Js. ...... :::
Permission was asked to examine them. and the damsel who fainted profusely w ...... r:......tM.. ......._.........Lv.. .2A+, i..... 71Na..... ....-
'' and they were well worth seeing. bled. Large doses of semis and SouthBound.Steamers to ........9t. a .....A1'. .6 s.,? ...... ...... ...... .....
appotated from Pier:29, East River, New York-at 8 p. m., as follows:-- ii ...... ..M.... ........ ......,...... .. Iai.it p....... ...... ...... ......
One waa a lurid representation of a manna, and rhubarb and molasses were are to.sail. .. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. ...._ ..... .. ...... a/ta........ 4 L7 ...... ...... ..... .....
powder explosion. So realistic was the 'taken dail,.. It was safe to say that For CHW STON. B. C., at Charleston- ), ..- Mondays Wednesdays lnd! Fridays. 6t* ..:. ...... ....... A............}. .daa..L'V..2: ....... ....... ...... ......
for JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,(calling .. ... ...... Lor.......... tU. ... .oop i ... .. ....... ...... ......
picture that if you oared to place your more medicine wee taken every year by .:., ':::. ..:... ...;.. Ar............ MMew :..:...Ar... 811''". ...:.. .......
.I\\> finger on what were alleged to be burning the well than ia now taken by the sick Clyde New England and Southern L'nes.! (Freight: only.) .... ... Lor......... Mateo., .......Ar. 662 .. ..... ...... .....
::.::. .... : Lv.moa4...... ..AJ' t ..i... ...... ... .
grains of powder you could feel that In the same time. (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) :..1..1! ...... ....,. ,.. .. .....',.... S/Lp ..... ...... ...::. ......
r the grains were there, though the artist Water was denied the patient tormented STEAMERS ."DELAWARE," AND "ONEIDA"are ...... ...... ...... .. ...... .rort" yqto.srs.. .. .. I ... ...... .. .....
.s.1 .... Slap... ... ...... .: ..5..
.New5mye.a... k.
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denied that that was the intention. He with fever. In its stead was orated.to jail as"follows' ...... I ....;. '..... ....... .,0.11 lull. ....... I ''lIp :..... ...... ..... ......
said the painting was intended for a given a small quantity of clam juice. From foot of Hogan Street,Jacksonville "#> From Lewis'. Wharf. ,Boston JClyde's ; ...... S ::. ...... .......:..1'I\.us.: ......... .".. tlIIUp: ..... .....' ...... .......
THURSDAYS 4 FRIDAY ...... a ...... ........ Pbiea........; I'lliui>....... ...... ...... .....
patron of his with two wooden legs, Mercury was taken until the lips turned ,...... Sup .. ...... ....... .. ....... ...,&,.. ,............ 11111 ..... ...... ...... ......
substitutes for the pair that a powder blue and the game fell away from the ........ :. ...... ...... .. .. e..:. ._..... .. ...... ...... ...... ......
...... / .... ..... .:......Es.Gaife........i" iiilbu: .. .,....
explosion robbed him of. The object; of 'teeth. I St. John River Line.' ...... / :: ...... :....... .88..0. ..... 11 ua: .:.... ::..... ...... .....
the painting was to show the charitable The writer has a vivid recollection, ...... 4lap.. ..::.. ...... ..........hlehour.e.:......: 1114.a ,.... ...... ...... ....-
...... .. ..,. ....... Itowlaud ........ IU 411a ...... -;:
4
.,i stranger; 'just how it happened and the when about 8 years old- in a raging fever (DE BABY LINE) ...... 469p.Sip :.... ....:. ..........Sebastian......... 10 a.". ...... ...::. ....;..Noll
0 artist said that in his mind there waa pleading for water. The nurse handed Palatka Sanford Enterprise,Fla.and Intermediate landings o,(.the St.John's River. ...... { ., ... .:.... ...... at Lust..........: 9...... ..... ...... .. ;

no doubt that his legless! patron would the pitcher, and the child satisfied racksonvllle, :::::: leap ..... gm:; :: ::::::::.'Fort Pierce.:::::::. Y' eaa 9020 .::.:::: r::::: :'t"!:::: JW

greatly benefit by the scene thus placed her burning thirst. Her' brother, overhearing "W:{ 1LAKA" ...:. I40p ...... 6:flip ............Jen.ea.:3'..::: .: IIIIT" ,..... ...... ....... 1M14ap
going rushed into Steamer ...... ...... soa ....... .. .8tr........... 1 11011'" ...... .....' ..:... 1fOlp. aIlp =
on canvas. what was on, 4 .Alicia 81J1>a .. ...... ..
SHAW5. ...... .. ...... 1110 ,
,There was another picture, which represented the room, exolaiming,'"You will kill CAPT. W., A. 6 tea Ro Bound..... II Ilia ....:. ...... .... i IIIIf
: :... .. s eia ,:..Wean Jupiter.... 80la .,.... ... ...... Ii=
the blowing up of a man-of-war. her," but it was too late.AmerioanMagazine Is appointed to sail as follows 1reeves' f 14p .. ...... :...:. .....
Tuesdays and Saturdays at 8.30 p. m ...... ,O9p.:. .. ..loll. .. Rivibra......,, 4ea! .1011II
The flames that spouted from the decks i' Jacksonville_ *. -_ .1 j Monday and Thursdays at 4.00.. m' ... .. /lop ...::. .. ll OOa Ar. .Wwt Pafm Beaob..Lv. f 24a ...... .. .. .......SI.
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far LeaV"Sanford; .... ..... .. .It36p .... .Linton........... 647a, ...... .. ...
vessel more
of the unfortunate were ... fIll
4" ,.. 66p ..... 9 Rp ...l ort Lauderdal. ,... 1\ .... ...... ...
red than the light that shines from the ,KITCHEN RUN BY CITY.At 1p .... .. /t p ..,Lemon Otty..... :60a1. :: ISII
: : :: la
chimneys of I an, iron mill at night. Nature GenM Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 204,W. Bay St., Jacksonville. lOop /top Ar.. ..Miami.. ..Ly. :::::: :::::: : II

Iii baa never,succeeded in producing Grenoble, France, an Association Serves A. a W. BRANCH.Jffo Tl'ala.1Il: 05, St and 79. botw..l..

j anything quite so glowing. unmiti Good Food at Cost, F. M.I1 J'MOBOBB, JR.,Fla.Pa AgTHEO. STATIONS. No. 8. NDT.eonvills.. anI'Bt. Aafuatlnsdeily.! Miami.. Jon
Housewives who think the :J14o.L.HOWARD; Superintendent .. :.Jot We t Ba, St. .. .... V, 8U8 between
red and there wet no lack co-opera- St. a T1 .
gated paint, Foot Hogan p .....New Smyrna....Ar. -mpPl.roedaIlY..Jn""t8unrtar.p: .*
of it in this picture. The persons who tive kitchen 1. *o far in the future that JACKSONVILLE! FLA., 00,11* ......Lake Helen.L.T.. I III !11'08 "
U, 1 .....Orange OIty..L... 8 gap Miami dp IT: except Mondar'S .
l" if-wore sailing about in*the air seemed to U would be absurd to look forward toit .G. Eaoiw T.M., W.H.WAmav avoF,E.P.A., .,. M. H. CLYDE A.T.M. ....OranceCity....LY..la. Up a *p Trains and 78 A.T
9 have suffered frightful Injuries, and they for relief frpm daily drudgery will be B BOWLING GREEN NEW YORSI.WM.4. tine daily, except SunrlJiy. -

artist ,said that this was purely to in- interested to hear that a kitchen with t'n.
the end in yfbw the co-operative CLYDE a CO., General A.- .. ".**.. '
who ; same aa
voke sympathy for his customer, la, 80. Delaware"A....Philadelphia..
has been in anooesafol operation for S Bowling Green New York.
1 was supposed<< to be one of the acton in "BISCAYNE"' .
t. the scene so graphically portrayed. nearly DO years. The Association Ali .. \ 0 e ,\

The price of such,. paintings varies mentaire of Grenoble, France, ia a purely ...
1 from $S to |19. The artist can complete municipal affair. The city own it Is appointed to Perform Servlee as.follows

one in About 1 .1-3 hours, if he does not and supplies meal,,' at cost in its own LMft IdAMI 10:HO p. a. Wednesdays and OaSurdays. connecting with Train 3L

hurry'. If it 'ia a rush order the work restaurant or delivers. 'them' at private. 1taa..EX WEST 6:00: a. m. Tuesday: and Fildaya.Oooneotla .

can be concluded within an hour, home- Southern.Railway. a4 Miami with Train 78, following mornln .
though in that case the price ia increased Everything at the Association All-
ndntaire ia as good 'money can buy. >I HIirlR. I.. D. a.AJl1lD.. .......
somewhat. When asked if be made &Fia s JUaa.- ......QeA. Passsai**-
much money by this sort of work, the The oooka are as clever as any; in France, .*. Asurasteoi, Y...

artist replied, that he did; that he gainedA which ia laying a great deaL The: provisions .. RODTE.i
who are bought in the beat markets IBSOlDTtLT THE SHORTEST IIVGJl7VY''I'.1I'
than painters were
more many .;
striving to do great things are able to and are carefully selected. The service : The : Trunk Line

secure.' His patrons were generally la excellent. The dining rooms are of. T, ;>: '&'\ ,:BOOM oAma, DINING OABO, Tropical"
several grades according to the furnishings
,
usual
\ prompt pay -indeed the terms are COACHES :VXITXBTTUCD XRAXVS.
Ero10QGnAu: ,
and the attendance, so that all ;, Railwaj
cash delivery.
on West
Jacksonville Tampa & Key
Aa for embarking in higher art, the tastes may be accommodated. One may t

artist would have none of it. He tersely dine there for cents on bread and EAST AND WEST. JOSEPH H. DURKEE Receiver.

remarked' that he would rather be a soap and be satisfied or one may pay 13 NORTH, -BOUT -NOnT1io. -.
cents and have a full course dinner., In Tlme Table In Effect. May 13,'91. -18. ,
painter for beggars than a. beggar painter o. I 'No. 2t. No.23 NO.32. .
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and aa he waved. goodby there was the best rooms,which are marble floored TWO DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE BAST. _........ Local .880 P 79120 Ly..JACK80NVILLE..Ar-780--a 8 40 P m II:

contented look on his face, which and decorated with much elegance, then ........ Hued 1I0000p 1186. _...........Orange Park............ 8 tiam 614pm
a ........ MoW'y 1116p eau ......., ... .....Peoria-. edam 409pmoaf.
naturally
mowed that ho meant exactly what he are waiters who look for tips as W..atoa and Southwestern Limited ....... andFri ..............1IIagnoll........A. .......... ........ i .t 0d
.aid. Philadelphia Presa. as though they were in the awellest ...1... ..,..... IIt8p 1016& .. ....GrMaCO'V.sprlnge..... ... .09.m 648pm ... ...
.. of Parisian cafea And the Ualtcd States Fast Mats.OIiLY ........ ........ .... .. ...........Boatwlok.............. .......1.: .
11 ........ '11"dos 11001' 10 ilia .. .... ..... ...Palatk................. IIOII.m 600pr jq!
Answered.There Pure wines which have been properly ........ 1249p I2Mp 112211................ 8atAom..u... .., .... I2j11 :42lP IAPlOPp
aged are served at about 8 cents. JAOXSOHVILLE TO W'uUI1I'GTOlf. ........ 1149p Ilasa ...............Pomous." .. ..... 9P mltll''
ia a. story of an inquisitive old 91 HOOTS ... ..,. 1 BlIp 1208 a II iSO& ...cn.cenc:: City Junction....... 16.a m 8 Pm' y'
asked cabman whether liter. ) OILY 37 HOUM JAOZ80H7ILLB TO VEV TOM; ...)S.. 2:1Op: 12211.1:10'1&: .. ............. ... ... 840.m 340Pr'1efl
gentleman who There ia no financial profit to the city ........ 842p: iota 1l8IIa.: .... ...DeLeoa Springs..:... ... SOtam trePmm 1001'
be thought that his horse preferred .....,.. 412p III.l:1t11: ..._.........Oleawood.............. :lM.m .964Pm: 4.s.
still the rank or drawing in running this huge restaurant, which LegMI ._. ,... .Mp 180.1211II1' ...... ....Bereaford............... :l40.m ilSpPID'" '
standing on gold'Vse.,....Trahe..pe.d.1 Latest Xssprvvwl Pallwr: Case ne i.MI Da .. ..... .
meals The ...... 1120' .. .. 1111PAr Ar .. ..
the cub. serves some 15,000 a day. Inc Cart. ttr*..B withe.*ehaa. .e .. ............ aaJ...... ........:. 425p ....... .124oaLv) ...........DeLand.......... (Lv. ?....... ::...
of the
.. charges are based on the coot .. ........ ..... .... 1234am
"Well air" replied, cabby, "I think, ftUadeI.....,Mew Test..tk a.A 613 ta40p "
materials used, the employment of help ....4..... .,...... .....:.. 2IIp Ar..TrTUSVlU.E.'L.. tlo4oam.Paola. :.. .,'
on the 'ole, he'd rather pull the cab. the ........ ...... .._ ..... ..... .. .. ......."+. .......... ...
You he reads the names over the and the amount spent in keeping SLEEPING .,.:. ...... ... ....... 'Sorrento................ ......,... ;
see, him utensils, machinery and building in re THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM OARS BE- .a..3..r.. ..... ....,.... S-IIIp ....,..... ...Mt. Dora.... ........:. .!....... '3IIam.20.111.; ...
hop winders and they makes Press. JACKSONVILLE NASHVILLK. ....:... ........ ........ 4 OIIpAr..Tava..L... .. :.:....... 'IIIOP"" /a'
laugh."Strand Magazine. pair. New York TWEEN AND ........ .00 p e 146 a It 140p Ar.............8lutford.............L... 146 a m ..:. "
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........ .:...... ...... .::. .........Wlnterl'ark.... ........ t218aat...
LT4 T. Through bleeping Cars Daily Jacksonville to ........ ....,... 230 a a 06p _...,,........:.Orlaado....;. ......... 1217pm : .
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KEEP YOUR BOWELS STRONG ALL SUMMER I a Cincinnati via Ashavllla, Through the .... ........ '....:... ..... Jo..L'V ..
% 'J ........ ..... .. 8211. 1IOp: ...;..........I.a..elalld.. ........ .;. IItllp" 1140.m Wan : .'
"LAND OF THE SKY." ..... .. .. .. t 7M. 7 till' ................Bartow..... ......... t.8IIpm 8' ...
ANDY CATHARTIC ........ ........ 1 OIIp Ar..l'uDta Gorda.:... :,..Lor t a80pm .....
vials ...,.... ..... .. 100. eeepAr.............. ............ .. IOOpm .oo.m..... .
For toOsd tafarasattna a* to rata. : st4s>. esw ___.. ... appI7" ... .. ., ... .Tampa B.y Hotel. .. .... ... ......
aara.eB.e4 ..aovTsuBjiRAiLW.vortteeuaaMM* ar .. :.;. ....:..: 040a T CIIIp A..:..,........ Pon Tampa.... ....L... T25PIT6on d
_... .. Mon and Thai'll 10 00p L".h.PortTampa........ ..Ar aDd
......,. 'rues Sr ay. 0Cp A............ ..,Key w..t........ ...Lor 1180 P m1we Wed!.'and !Nt
L.1.BHLPlf 15, )''lands. PIM. ....! ...91* Wed IIQ'......*. JMkaonTllU.. ........ Wed and BaC. e 00a Ar.......:....,.H.or..L. <

4 1. GULP. W. A. TUBE:, 8. B. IIARDWIOr .. Dal17. t DallSesaept: Sunday. 4Tratn.It .
"0v1P Aat.....i and 3i: carry Through Pullman Buffet III..ping ('.n. ...t T"...
z O jwitti Y. indian River._men(new line Nave. TISu.vUle Monday Wed.-laf'nd rTids,. lvleave

CURE CONSTIPATION 1 CrJ. _... .v CRockled Melbourne rue.da' TbuMr' .BaC11rda7 and Intermediate a&7..m. ani"sat ITltu. ei6;3O poTrala e0.
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1n. IeoYlnjf Jack.onvtitqdaily! .s 1I:1i. m..arrive: at Hawthorne .t 12: 'met,p.I
lot k e :06..Ocala I:150 Jlt burg S:3I: Brook.yUL 5t 411 p. ... Train IYlnIr Jck.ofT11N Clar1em. Iani.
1 ; e I ... a& Oaklanll"tI8.. mw J.acoo..hoe. 1:40 p.ea.. Tarpon Springs.slab. p.11I..
a. So:. DRUGGIStS .,8k. hCOnll..l0:30 a....,dally except Bllada1.
.a.Wr.1ulta. i all kinds of Job Printing: w. B. corrn. r G. D. ACK1rRLT':' "
A tabl.taow udla.will>r.T nt dlkrrbv" d all somw.e.empl.lnkwe.laf..af The ADVOCATE does 1. oM oe "
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If... DMM Skirt. rr- Invite your AtteaUoa to my Complete Stock of
GOWNS. Spring and Summer Resorts on the East Coast R'y
The new bell
shaped skirt is out witha HARDWARE' CROCKERY ,,
*.." .... .....'1"1..... narrow front piece, and then the>> selvage ,
<* at.ny ....... is used for the side seam. There \
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Ild is besides only one in Glassware Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves Tinware GranIteware The Florida East Const Railway to Miami. The Miami &: Key Went Steamship ,
the EDgu.h sad .French women seam the cantor doors sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers Ice cream Line to Key West. ,f I
a tea gown as a means of freezers,Quick meat gasoline stoves Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, garden tools '
,, upon while the average American plows and harrows paints and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly glasses poultry nettingand KEY WEST-Hotel Key West, $4 and upward special weekly and commercial :
'n anally considers it a. luxury barbed wire.Harrison, rates. Open entire year. A. M. Taylor Manager. General offices: t>t. Augustine. :;t

iiiI ,be CaD dispense with better than Bros Ready fixed' Pnint C. B. KKOTT .
any others. The idea that it Tin shop m connection wiui store.. Large'Qahanlzed Iron Tanks Special General Superintendent Florida East Const Hotel System.Travelers' .

street go ros from unnecessary ty. Made to order,and as cheap as the ordinary wooden on...' Contract taken anywhere In the -
into her contempla- Count for tin roofing Guttering,etc. Please write me for ITloeii. I respectfully oltult a por- J
I enters your patronaice. Mall Orden given Prompt and Cartful Attention and inquiries forprices ; !
and the fact
tbiI article of dress, anawered promptly.
't and comfort are to be found in / :::1W:. :]7. a.ElU:13EEI.: : HoteL.fl.* j

, those loose, fascinating gowns l ; '\vest Palm Beach Fla. .
I aped her observation since abe .

little time to be asuthetio in the Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. :;;
manner. A writer in the .
. York nmrious Son, in connection with This hotel Is now under new management, and lias been thoroughly renovated.

remarks has the following to say. HOMESEEKERS[ ,. .. throughout. Y j
,lee and materials: Bus meets all Trains, and Electric Cars pass door. Bath rooms and all \'
i tea gowns are the prettiest of all, I Conveniences on every floor. \

ilk which are a little out of style I OPEN ALL THK YEAR. j
1 er purposes are quite up to date Who are Seeking a Home in the :
a gown, so! the bargain sales fur-' .. Rates:-Atneiloan Plan, $2 to tJ.BO: ; European, 60o to $1. Speolal by the week. ;'

an excellent opportunity for a VBW BELL SHAPED BKIBT. < .. Mrs. FINLEY, Proprietress.
dre8S at a small price. Mote of the back but the skirt is so cut as to South should send to ,the undersigned "'.

ee and liberty satins.make lovely leave the sides much flatter than they ..,. .
but less expensive fancy striped have been while the back has two box C= ";': i: :q O .
answer every purpose. Poplar plaits. Only a narrow stiffening is required for a copy of the I :: 1I "
liberty satin makes a charming in the hem.. !ih ; .>
with a front of white chiffoned Ao.rri

with yellow lace, and a belt of ,tI h'1 l D gida 1f I
satin confining the watteoa plait LA MODE. Florida East Coast Homeseeker. 1 .. t'l -:

back and passing ,under the aidesnt. 1qd.; e
A bolero Jacket of satin, edgedd Droning Gown MOT Beautiful. Than Krr.Flower :::s j'k' 0
wad -
Laoo.ThoM '
with frill of green crape, adds ::3 U 3c
a persona who exclaim at the extravagance We have lands for Fruit Growing Trucking, Tobacco Growing and for ::> k h1i! gas 0I
of the rich are not as wise or Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the'healthiest In the United States.
as philanthropic aa they seem to be, for It
i iIt Is the extravagance of the wealthy that Apply to !:; I:i= oS.a .
makes the prosperity of the workman. All J
tho costly gowns, fine goldsmith work JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Lantl Commissioner : \ ] I' r 11'a

carving gliding statuary: and other luxuries = J i'
represent so much wages to the artiSan .FLORIDA EAST COASTJR'Y, 1' ; t 1 SjB

and if there wore no demand for such ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. .\ a )1
articles those who are engaged in their I-
creation would starve. Thurefbro, you ( t ',,'\ : Pt
women who have plenty of money buy 1 11111ko
pretty clothes and trinkets as often as you I t
con with a clear conscience,provided you FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY i ,nos : '\ .( :
do not screw your sewing woman down to b
It the last cent and make your custom a : I
burden rather than a profit. (Successors to TilE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) as' ;i I ; !111cO
The mode demands the vaporous for ( I. !
evening wear and therefore boll and evening Pianos Organs and Musical Merchandise.A J
gowns have never boon more attractive ti
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than they are at present. Gauzo, mousse- I :
line de solo plain or embroidered tulle are CHANCE OF.'A LIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE.We .
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SERVICEABLE TEA GOWNS. employed for the costumes of young girls purchased In January last the Immense stock of Pianos, Organs sheet .B-s tjj1!
tty effect and the sleeves are of In preference to all other materials. These music and musical instruments of The A. B..Campbell Co. We are closing out
|ed white chiffon with puffs of the fabrics are of course made up over Idlk.WBA.PPE& the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room for a full pr iji y
i above the elbow.POn line of the celebrated Conover New England Schubert and Klngsbury Pianos. ,
and soft cashmere in light!col- We have the following pianos which are worth from $100 to $:!OO more than we 1

aka more) serviceable dresses, and ask for them : .' Bros., 6,mah......." : jIU iS
Conover ityle K, 1..11IO Halne style |3no Put !
[fronts are of thin,white silk or 4e .. Keb..... ........,. aiifl Schubert, III.. .. 11789AO
lace net over white. Boleros oft .. JI .f eb.j .......... ........ ..... 2141' Maloolm Love, wal.eb. .................... ) ei4' I
.w..I.! ......?;;.........,.... 3mi Steinway, ..,................... Silo i i Ibei!
in a deeper shade of the same cold JI M..b..... .............. *MI' Everett, eb.,................,. 1'111U i
novel addition, which is new .A "K.waI......................... 8'JI Klngabury.ltlleH .b.I'.I:
a McCammon. style 2'.I.w..I.. ........ ......... 3iM) eb....... ,.N.......,7s.
|lIOa on. The princess style of gown ._. .. f. :22,mah.. .......... ........ 300 Knaba Grand "..... .... Jtfln ; jl
popular for house dresses, but ; e M JI' T.wal..................... 278 Btuyvesant. eb.. .................., 178 liH
err C 7.eb.. .. .... .. 2ISOHalnes wal.?................. 2. 1
Inexpensive materials cannot be Bnw., JI 6,eb...................... 200i New.by&Evana eb...,..................., 128: [1
|loyed with/Much success in this va- ./r'. 0 << s,eb................... 178 Jan.M.Star, eb.......................... lie
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JI e It 3m h ......... IVo Morrli, loo
r of costume. The most satisfactory
0 Some of these pianos have been rented, but we have had them re-polished and )h)
PCIBB dress is the one which is made 0 x,531)
fabric whatever 0 put in thorough/ order and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momey re : n ll
but
me rich heavy o funded. We furnish a stool, scarf, Innstructlon book and delivered f. o. b. Jacksonville -
material may be, it is the most C ; cash or installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us. t1'.
fiblesome of all gowns to fit and hang FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY -
:aO'IEI.a: COtNOLLs.MIAMI
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Two useful morning gowns for 1C 24 East Bay Street Jacksonville Fla. .
jlige wear are made of soft red cash- 0o S1 :
and trimmed with black: velvet ___. FLORIDA.:

|one has a- :yoke embroidered with C o :EEOTmLS.Fischer's '
Perfectly now hotel with all modern Improvements. Located on park one .
ventional designs in black silk.A ., oI. block from lIotelltoyallJI\lm. commanding splvftdld"vlow of Biscayne Bay itatos I
12 per day and upward. Special rates by week or mont *
Material.
[ticking New for Deeoratlv drapery* and upholstery .w Cottage.;:::

has reoently been launched c ,. % fie c

m the market It is a decided sno- 0 'I OCEAN BEACH: HOUSE.
No one would dream of the lowlyof Pa1D:1: : JStroot; ;,. T:11: ; .IEI'V:111o: Fie ,. 1

the fabric thus presented. Of of" monsaellne de sole Centrally located between both depots. Airy rooms, good table pure drink- ON.T11E AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN.
The bodice or /
the salesmen do not speak of it gauze Ing water.. ..
bedtioking but; describe it as an Is also worn with a skirt of the same color Rates: $2.00 per day; special rates by the week or month. Opposite Daytona Dear the City; Beautiful Boulevard; Surf bathing. Sum J ]
drapery" or an"art ticking." One but of different goods. CUR. F. FISCHER, Proprietor. mer Rates $7 and $8 per week. Special rates to families. House open all the year
and are often
Flowers are largely worn
Address MRS. II. 0. BERRY, Sea Breece Fla.4 ,
an has named not
a striped pattern made the principal trimming; but are _
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"Bedouin"-not a bad pun on its arranged In heavy rnassos. In the costumeof -
The material Is colored and deed young women there Is a mixture.of lace ARTHUR T. FEASTER..

''tzos very and cretonnes much after, which the it order closely of and and metallic embroidery effects the, with which all give sorts brilliancy.of beaded Is IN t: :ct:_ S :et'VEJe: :: aO'lE1L.: :: The Hotel Flaoide :eaary: ,-tl9'' t

Nevertheless general appearance
ble. It wean like iron, and as it
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: at least In point of coloring -
preferably simple ; .U KIIONVtLI.Z.IJ'LORIDAIn ,
for about 10 cents a yard, it it The same Is true with regard to theater TITUSVILLE
of the most economical and satis'tory ; bodice,which should be planned withan the center of the city oa Main Street, the dividing( line between east and west
fabrics for all sort*of upholstery eye to the surroundings In which they Indian Rivor. one block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout.
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TOW*. In calling attention to the are to appear. Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all trains. Terms $3.00 per day and ;
going. The Puritan also tells that; The Illustration shows a wrapper of Fla. upwards. Special rates by the week. N.'L. WARD, Proprietor.
s tickings will soon appear In the white erepon' with blue dots. It Is made in -

rioos college colors so that a;Yale, the empire style and Is gathered of'white In a tails square 18 r r ARTHUR T. FEASTER.
yoke. The wide'collar
or Princeton man may have with ruffles of white lace and Insertion 1I..0IIB.
trimmed
tags adorned in the hue dear to his to match. Double ooquilles of lace '- Seminole B.otelOPEN *

ut are carried down the front. The crave Is -lars1)f! Ai
All The Year.
of white satin. The full sleeves are gathered ) Open
Cabtwc. With Cram ----. In at the wrist under a band and bow mm HI *\ ALL TUB "fEAR.WEST >! i

lake a cabbage, wash it; and out off of white-hI1IDII. are finished with a frill PALM
outside leaves leaving only the ten- .t S- JUDIC CHOLLR. (_s IBS i>s tm ; FTj r i Only a few mInute. BEACH, FLORIDA.
r part With a sharp knife slice the walk from Railway stations This hotel Is substantially built of brick, and has every < begs into thin shreds, put in a dish -What'do ;you need In the way of i if Pi ii MIA and Steamboat land-. the railway depot. Free 'bass to and from trains. Boats attached>I to< the hotel,
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d cover with a sauce made in this envelopes note and letter heads bin n ;'* Ing.. with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $' .OO per day and
V: Put in a saucepan an egg onehalfPftu heads, statements, tags, cards, eta On the banks of the upwards; special rates by the week or month. c
of vinegar 8 even tablespoonfuls We shall be glad to have a share,of ;your i far-famed Indian River. OEOROB ZAP, Proprietor.

Ptiaulated.agar, a small teaspoonfnl; work. -
mlxedmn.tardcanes.. of batters .

pinch of salt Stir constantly this OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. HOTEL HOTEL COQUINA ORMOND-BY-TDE-SEA,,FLA. "
Jtnre until it; thickens. Do no*let it { ALGONQUIN, ,
0. This cabbage salad is very attract-
'"fred In this, way Out; off the oat- Seaside M. w. XATMAN: ; Proprietor Open for Summer Season of 1807 June! 22nd. FIne8urf Bathing thing and }

u t the leaves of another cabbage, sooop Inn ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. wheeling. SEAFOOD A SPECIALTY. y
middle until only a thin shell
Clabb.p .........,.'nUthe hole with M w rnnltnra and Flztaras throughout. HARRY L.;DnMAN, Manager.Now .
i shredded oabbage and sauce and pot AT SEABREEZE, FLA. Kteetrla bdto la tnry room rroallaf .... Old open for the Summer Season.

i of parsley on top.-Good HOOMof ABXW The best of Surf Bath- Slave Market and Rasa. OwlooUas .... Bay,'
p1 BUiiDuro, Ing, Good Fishing, and a ,wta to* eiass vtow. All while b lp. Bates
COs. 7OETAE- beautiful wide smooth .af m fir day and upward. Special wMkljr rates.asiple r

..... 1S1*. IT I beach for Driving and .. NOB. STANTON HOUSE.e'

The first bricks made in this country ruaxfsaan. Bicycling.fiatee .

f building purposes were maaafactvl day. Specialby -
$2.00 per
> colonists in .Vfa-rl <.: Colonnades 1D. J. JONES, Proprietor. .
oe'a the Week. The
t>ey were used ia'tae construction -

arch edifice at Jamestown and the STEWABT>* GRAMLING, Proprietors! Rites $2.00 Terms ta
per day. Special
lideoca of DAYTONA.
the 0'1"cI." the.we. On the Peninsular, opposite t

part of the Jamestown church is ftUl Large airy and wef-turoished rooms, with an Modem Conveniences, electriclights Families
fig. aDd&h.l ie a.an'' lm a good The 'Swannaooa.... etc.Plenty .
ito of bells
pce erratioom. sbowinc'that to -
laniat.i of shad outside hotel make It a delightful place for children.Dancing .
beU.woe4;Sa Esai4r.rltleias bb ASHEYILLE. N. C. Two Minutes Walk from Central 1
wear gists Ioi r aU !dads d ... twice week IB Casino.
therflJame. .... THOUGH modest and unobtrusive, REDUCED BATES for Summer season, $1 M per weak and upwards. Engage Depot,

then Is no better OIIdacted hotel la your rooms at once. CHATTANOOGA TENN. s sr
' Crichton,.,tatter: .iabrwl AshevUle.The popularity ofThjiSwsn- FREE HACK from Daytona depot Addle:
the Admlrabl..4IOiI)4 Baaoa is do* to its unique SYDNEY HAIOn, Prop.,

"a. write and dispute in '18 different home-Uke atmosphere the DIOderate excellence PrtR. L of:. < !air.....*,. Fla.' Nice family hois; Pleasant locsitoa
fUgeft Howasaa expert swords- ire ouIaio. and .u "r]' bouse and furnishings aew Modern con f
a civil 'and. militMry engineer, aH"1 .,.60 per dal. Llben! weekly nw. FortL I Pierce: Hotel veniences. No better fishing and II".."-

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il death Central, OB street ear The ) job ON INDIAN xw t
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t :! "'), OUR CAPITAL. UETTER.IFrom .' Card of Thanks.Mrs. ROBBINS &: GRAHAM DUREN ..&' FEASTER.....

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1:1. our special correspondent.] Julius Tyler hereby returns I GROCERIES, FRUITS Florida i

TALLAHASSEE: FLA., Aug. 12, '07. heart-felt thanks to the neighbors and ...x..a '' ors..o: Kinds Crockery, Glass and Tinwaree
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T. friends of Fort Pierce, for' their 'many Western Meats Lour
The pineapple crop has been very fine and constant acts of kindness and assist- .. patronage Solicited(
I ( and is estimated at 800,000 crates. ance during the Illness of her late hus-' WILL PRACTICE IN STATE 'AND! TITUSVILLE, .' FLORIDA

t s The board of state Institutions Is advertising band. UNITED STATES COURTS.
bids for state printing for two She begs to assure them, one and ,all,
years, commencing Oct. 1st. rememberanoe that she will ever of their; cherish kindness a grateful and E.r L... :: .:R.i9..Z Y &:, :seOGroceries
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: Palmetto Drug Store be Politics a pretty and warm dog-days mixture'would; however seem to, sympathy. Fort" Pierce Aug., 5, '97.WANTED ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished Grain.Hay,.Garden Seed, 'FetUlzers, Staple. &: Fancy Groceries, {

: they both not only exist, but thrive. for Lands In 1 Brevard and Dade And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal!,

:X. HUSTON, Prop., No.a Atlantlo Blm<, The state bureau of Immigration has Food and Wheat. We are the only bouse on Indian River dealing exclu i IGI'O
just received a new Issue of sectional FAITUFUr MEN 6R Counties. the above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patiS

DAYTONA, FLORIDA. map of the state revised down to date. to travel tot responsible, Very truly! 1$. L. BRADY A BRO., TitusVille,l

DRUGS Medicines Chemical Letters patent have been Issued this established$780 and expenses.house in Position Florida. perman-Salary We have a "large Lis .
week to the Florid A Kaolin and Mfg. Co.-
with a capitalization of three millions, ent. Reference. Enclose National self-addressed Star. of Lands owned by Fxa.m: .:: IN': 3UI3.El.1 T O E.... i\
Fine Toilet Soaps, Brushes, Combs, and to the Bagdad Sash Factory, with a stamped envelope.The Protect; Te> Props
Insurance Bldg., Chicago.
of ten thousand dollars. :
Toilet capitalization
x+ Etc. Perfumery and Fancy The railroad after Ilsuing! ourselves and clients BY INSURING IN The "Old Hartford,", Fireman's Fund, Providence t'
ti lln' Great Variety.rhyslclans' commlUloDi Insurance Company.' All well known as the
Articles Sun Mutual stroDjte
or
Its circular hearing 1 for d ington .
unimproyec
Call YOUNGS' Price for America. OEO. B..RUMPH, JR.,
' ; Prescriptions Accurate!; August 25tb at Tallahassee on the 26th. ... safest companies Agent for Eaat Coast
,
1 ,', Compounded.Don't commission took recess will until do August practically 11th.nothing The TONSORIAL PARLORSFor & lands $3 to $ 1OO Titusville Florid
.....
h set for Anust -
before the general hearing !
25th, at which all parties 'Interested an ARTISTIC HAIR CUT or NEA1 per acre.
Look at This I will be entitled to a hearing. SIIA VE. Ladles Hair Dressinga G. CARY-ELWES '

There Is, as yet, no reliable estlma Specialty. WE have a few _Residence,, Orang ,
but.NIce.* WHY P of Florida's tobacco crop, but the crop Hutchinson Ave. Titusville, Fla desirable
r. .Naughty Is very fine and will be worth many hUD- Grove and Pineapple Properties In FIRE' & LIFE. INSURANCE
Because It's DEATH. dreds of thousands of dollar to the stat locations. Prices Reasonable.
. Few peole realize the enormous output the Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Company, and
20th Century Cockroach and of the tobacco product of Florida WithIn ) East Coast Meat Market Representing.
the last three years, five hundred mil- TITUSVILLE. Mutual Life Insurance Company, of New York.
Exterminator. lions of cigars have been ,manufacture OFFICES : { WEST PALM BEACH, r
,; Waterbug In Florida, valued at over tvrenty-fli J. H. niNTON, Manager. and MIAMI. K3T Your Business Solicited. .
,'" millions of dollars. It is estimated that I I:: Orj TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
" Guarantee -
sold..
: Surest ever the tobacco industry oflFlorida this yea, eo, 0to :
Sent, postpaid on receipt of price, 25ct will be over ten millions of dollars. s..:.>.>... .' "

t"r;:: Agents wanted. There Is no longer a 'doubt but that -= s a:>> DECANTER.
times are getting, better in Florid THE
WILLIAMS' DRUG STORE, GROCERIES
There is a general tone of Improvement C-> I>> ; 1\
state. Agents, JACKSONVILLE, FL1'PINEAPPLE In business throughout state: capitila
o, '- and seeking li cfc Renakor
<.'. seeking Investment, = Lesley :
A HP. ,
vestment In Florida. Now capital i II Jt*.JL.RockBottom-
I
'timid paper,In and the should state should be sought.put forth Every the Prices. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Riiis1

best features,attractlonst and advantage S'. Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout.
of their Itles, write up S "
'
'present and prospective progress, keep A First-class Line of Cigars. nerd Billiard and Pool Tabli
f. It'standing, and revised from time ,to Titusville, Florida. Strictiy For Cash Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention /given tot n
time, and !send out your invitations t to orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & RENAKER,Titusvllle]
the Investor, homeseeker and touris ..GRUBER & GRIGGS..
throughout the country, and reap the OCEAN
rich harvest. One of the most notabl Titusville Fla.itusyille .
Instances of the week is a nearly full CO. I... H. DECKER:
STEAMSHIP
page Florida letter, by Editor C. C.
Packard, of the Toledo (Ohio,) Journal -]::: Will keep constantly on hand a'Full Supply of :::[-
Shop
r This Is one of the mpst Important paper OF SAVANNAH. Barber
on.Florida, appearing in an out-of.the-
state press, In A year, and coming from ....Five Sailing Days Each Week..,. .CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
so eminent a source, and from the pen Call at the above place and get you?
*:> of so able a journalist, U worth its In each-direotion, a ship.l leaving each

!*'. weight In gold. Mr. Packard brought port ,on lair Cut Shave; Shampoo areleileted: >> and :ELC U.Sh.
,
'PLANTS. : with him to Florida capitalists and investors ,
and there Is no question bu Mondays, or Tonsorial work of all kinds done by Also Mouldings and Turned Work; Brick Lime Cern
I that his Florida letter will] Induce other Tuesdays, ,
H. .8. MEADOR, Prop., I
rI to come to Florida. '
Notice. Wednesdays, and Crates of All Descriptions..
Take Next year's state election, although i along Fridays and Washington ave., Tltnsvllle, Fla. -

''Red Spanish a Fancy Variety Slip, Important ways off,the will history be one of of the the state most Saturdays, Tit: ;w'crilla: .. F1or1

and Suckers for Sale. Apply to There will have to be elected three rail Between SAVANNAH A1 NEW YORK.
I W. GORDON BBOWW, Fla. : road commissioners, two Justices of the globe Gas( Engines JAMES, PRITCHARD, President; W. M. BROWN, Vice-President:
Sound
Passenger Ships
Hobe Supreme court, a State treasurer and a Finest C. S. Schuyler, Cashier fr'>
,United States senator. This will mak In Coastwise Service.-. Complete 'and

Fancy Pineapple- Slips &' Suck ,, a officials big ticket to be when elected the are quota added.of It county may; Improved Perishable Ventilation Freight.for Protectionof Stationary and Marine. INDIAN RIVER STATE BIB

w era for Sale. louad strange that the election of i a
'" [Jotted States senator' Is included with Passenger Accommodations Unsur
Abbakas, Egyptian Queen, Goldei the list of state officers to be elected, passed. Rates much cheaper than all Safe Reliable and Economical 10 (Incorporated under the Laws of the St&teot Florida.)
Porto Rico Smooth Cayenne and but a United States senator may practl The. ,
Queen, Authorized capital, $100X(
rail. For Information as to rates, reser-
voted for In Florida at the next
Apply be
Red Spanish. to sally I. Power for Bnslness and
1 HADDOCK & il ATTUAMB, r general election, for on the 13th of I May: rations, sailing dates, etc., write to Paid up capital. $25 .. "Palm Beach Pinery," l lost, the Joint assembly of the Leglslaure WALTER HAWKINS, ; Pleasure Boats, --j Average deposits $160,
West Palm Beach, Fla. passed a resolution requesting the
lemocratio exeouMve committees of eec) Flbrlda Pass. Agt.
Mi
Power and
General
.lounty to provide a separate ballot box W. J. FARRELL, Lniilliary Transacts a
A Cut to the Cutters. I it the next general election In wblol Soliciting Freight Agt.

;, ''the; voter Unite ballot, register bit 224 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. Stationary Use. Business
Flrat-eIaas home grown Smooth Cayenne iholoe for a States senator, to berated
Suckers, freight paid, at f 130 per for by his representatives In the For Catalogues and prices, Largest and Oldest Bank en the BH
.thousand. Legislature, and that such representatives Address ,
CHAULKS C. CONVERSE, shall be morally bound to vote foi BOOKKEEPINGthoroughly BENJ. W..JEROME, Exchange sold 6n all Foreign Countri
Babla, Fla.! the candidate for the United States senate Rocfcledge, Fla.,
so receiving the highest vote. ,- DIRECTORS t
Whether this resolution wlll'have any I taught forBookkeeping$1 For Sale. jAS.P rieHABDW.B.BABi irrFt(\ Hi J
abealu..l' theNationa1BankofJsekennvllte
1y w. of
Plants. binding force "party law, remains Buk
upon
Pineapple National
o Vioe-PreHtdent
DURKICK: (
to; be seen; it Is, however, about as near Chart; Power house-boat, Buckeye 65-ft long andA Jacksonville),' and W. M. DBOWT.
?' Smooth Cayenne, Envll City, Abbaka, is the people will ever be able to get tc No teacher required. 22-ft beam;two decks; well found, COBRE8PONDJIIJT9.I'
without cover the election of a United States senator Booklet riving full In No. 1 condition; bottom ooppered. Bank of Kew Ton'i
Red ._. Seaboard National
and Spanish grown Addrros
M. nII.
free. ,Cku. address, .
"For price, >
piv. plants. GuaranteedChoice by a popular vote, and Is a similar procedure r-n.: National Bank of Jackeonvttte.Tlri'UciVILLE
and from young t J. Principal and Founder Abra-i BENJ. W. JEROME,
address, as would have elected Speaker JtoUblUhed. ten,.'
first-class. hanuon Biulneu College. Fla. F.LuO. .
Apply A. ROBINBOK, 7risp: ,'of Georgia, to the United State.. r Rockledge, .I -
Eden, Indian River,,Fla.r .- Senate last 'November, but for. his, untimely 4 '
death..

Fancy Pineapple Plants. Married. Hardware Tinware Glassware ..

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Hardy, vigorous, grown without Abbaki shelter On Monday morning, August 9th, attbe ,, .. (.)
.
smooth-leaved Cayenne, U) ()
; residence of the bride's parents, Mr I IRi'
sale. ...
and for
Jamaica Ripley plants and Mrs. Chas. L. Taylor, the Rev. II. as.c rbQ
K.: C. B. TYNDALL, which Stoves and Novelties Knives .
0' Fla. hi. Prince performed the ceremony Woodenware 'd
Waveland, united In the holy bonds of matrimony \ ._ 0 PRESCRIPTIONS (1jI. )
bliss Maud A. Taylor and Mr. Samuel (). ,E" .
,Porto Rico Slips, K; Watts. The wedding was a very quiet Forks, Spoons, Etc..... '" ,
,- me, only the Immediate relatives of the 0
'
r. .. the Delaney Porto Rico Pineapple retty brown bride mohair was traveling charmingly attired and j In oal'rled a- lines of the above goods In the city. aw as (Dii )
Plantation, Mlooo, Fla. gown
a handsome bouquet of Marechal F. A. RENEKE, (Su9cessor to J\.L. Pitzer.) Co i 2' .
i' ; foil roses Mr. Watt has been for the
.
Pineapple Slips for Sale.. past three years agent of the F. E. C.suchat 225: Everett Block, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. +-' pto((1)) ,

this place, Is man 0'
his many sterling s/ .
esteemed rand
Red Queen's Porto! Rloo'i

'and Abakka's Spanish, ,from well-cultivated. know and ;, luallties.lacksonville Mr.immediately and Mrs. Watts after the left sere for, Twine & Net Co. t
well-fertilised plants. Growers United States : enFRED. DRUGGIST
tour
r this pays. Address JOHN, TAYLOR, luring Sony, on which an they extended will visit wedding the exposition -, S. CHAFFEE & CO.,

Stuart Fla. at Nashville, Tenn., and the homer Attention Paid,'to Mall Orders.
WOOD Special
O. K. Agent. *
York N. .Y.
the groom's mother at North Vernon, 23 Fulton St., New :
nd. Louisville and Cincinnati\ will alsoe WED 8l CHAFFKK.! >
Smooth Cayenne Pineapple > Included In their tour, which will be Headquarters for All Kinds of :Kl.tered Drugflmt. f Titusville
w" of a month's duration, Mr. Watts'- oflBoal -
"a Suckers for Sale. duties compelling his return within o
tj '

,. enne I have pineapple 25,000 to-suckers 00.0(10() ) for Smooth sale;Cay, all the hat tecause newly-wedded period.the wedding The many pair was are close so disappointed quiet friends a one of, FISH NETS and all . ., One Man Can Run This Steamboat.:

''I home grownand strictly first >class. as It gave them no opportunity to te.U1ytheir C .
:. Cheaper than any other reliable firm appreciation. Their oongratuta.tlonl .-
will sell and well-wishes follow them, not .JET FIXINGS. .o-
", OEO.: If. WRIOHT, only on their wedding journey, but on .. +' 0
Orlando Fla. U.
,
heir entire Journey through lite.Dvo- U) ( .
CATS (Eau Oallle) correspondent. All our Cotton Gill Nets are made of the Celebrated "EAGLE!BRAND" extra L Lii. (.D,
{ eat flue, long staple. Cotton Twine-our own brand, not sold elsewhere.
Calls for Bids for Church Rdaetl.Your Bo.le With C..ear.t.. LINEN GILL NETS ef the best thread obtainable. ,
Eden. Cundy OUhUftle' eura con.Up tlo" foravcr.Do Extra steam tarred Cotton Hanging Lines. Patent Stretched stasis :>
,Bo. II U 0. tail,clrulr8lMarefllD4_ quality
,, O. D07- tarred Manila Rope. Oiled Clothing oars. ,, etc., etc. Write for prices.. ,

4:. All contractors desiring to bid on the Orange. Grove and Residence "O -
work of erecting the new church at 0 0
for Sae.
Home-Grown
: :Xden, are hereby requested to address FOR SALE. C C IA
HARRY W. RICHARDS, o A fine grove and garden property fIi .. ._ as .
...
/!' I Chrm'n. Bldg. Com. t acres, fronting on the Indian River .
Eden, Fla. and extending: back to the county road PINEAPPLE: SLIPS AND SUCKERS as
at Sharpes-about 13 mile south of :

ff- Beading notice ads. on this page Itnsvlll*-known as- the Brock house place four; Of the following: Varieties: e 1IIA.JID.BY! HANDLES rBOK PILOT HOUSES dt."
,
trees
GOO bearing good
are 1'fe cents per line per week. x>ms and kitchen;; servants' house and Abtaka, Porto Rico Egyptian Qua, Goldeo Queen, RJpI j QOMB SmootlOTWM I -n.Thla....ftIt et steamboat:b.mils Ie aD aT-f&bour.Ioa.r.Rae. '%eabtD 4t.beam exN fe.y s.n.depUa wttlt.of{-n.Mid...;.draws.....12 i'Tweoldins: 'f.Sfat_*_ 1
packing house. Price, *..,.GOO.OO"Appl1 .lle'axaft. <:atamodar.eu or.ight persoa_wily. Barn. duplkaiL am
and to Penmbaco ud Bid Spuisb. .N for pleaeGl'par.-or light fret ht or..sblqg baet_ w. win
Toa first class shoemaking repairing ...alter 10 salt oo ttUoos.a'pno.ham$BW.o 1,110O.
call on J. A. Danghtory Washington ,BOBBINS A GRAHAM, .' "Apply to G. C. MATTHAMS Florida Pineapple Co. ....U..TJn'1I1!(Z1fODKEJUlfQ c0.S ..

to avenue order, Titusville In.fine style., Fla. Shoes mad e Attvs.TltnsvtUe for owners, }'I&, .?:". ., ,' ":, West Palm Beach,Via.I A MS bit Bay JaOYaevi1e I7a. ........., Csx.w": '-

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