Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00092
 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: August 20, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00092
 Related Items
Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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OCAL "NEWS: -Mr. A. Goldy,'a prominent: -pineapple FOR ALL Kinds of Bicycles and Sun Men's,ladles! hose fro Gardner A Walker.Mr. -Mr. C. D. Provost returned home to HOTEL NOTES. : '
grower of Gomez went up to St. Augustine dries, send to F. W. BEERS, St. Augustine Lotus the end of last week, from an extended It \.

of er Interest. last Saturday. Flo.MATTINGS. trip In the mountains of North
Topics F. II. Wilson, of the Wilson Cypress WHEKK to stop. See list of hotels OB t
-Mrs. Annie S. Titus, after a week's Co., Palatka, returned home on Carolina, which outing he says has lreat- our 7th page, .>
tr .nd OcnerU GoMlp In connection stay In town, left for Daytona and Jacksonville 121o. Gardner & Walker. Tuesday night from.an extended trip I, benefitted his health. The'

h Bl..>.rn.Bar, Irks Worth. Indian last Saturday.Mr. -Mr. Wm. IIIndie, of Cocoa, has just Colonnades, City Beautiful,under {

,Ins and Halifax Rivers Key West T. A. Whitaker, Armour's well- :"Miss Mamie 8 tare Ice, of Malabar, north.The' steamer St. Augustine/: brought received the tragic news of the death 'of the management has been of the genial Mr. Sidney -

I all other Important Point alongthe known representative, stopped over hero left for New York last Saturday.Mr. in about fifteen passengers yesterday. his brother at Fall River, Mass, by burn- HalKb this doing a fair bu.lness
Brief mention of summer Their large; elght-
Coast of Florid I We condole with !Mr. Hlndle In bin
,1 from Tuesday until routeto The majority of them left on the J., T. Ing.
Events from Various Fart Wednesday, en Eugene L. Brainerd returned to seated hack la frequently seen on the
BrMtlnc he World About People You Know Dade county. Eau Gallle yesterday from Jacksonville. & K. W.. train, same morning, for ,Jackaon'Vllle. sudden and sad bereavement. ,beach, loaded with guests, who enjoy a J(
People Ton Don't Know- Picked -Mrs. J. F. Mitchell came up from 'County Commissioner Joseph Men- New "Advocate" Snbscrltars. whiff from Grand Old Ocean. ;1

JT Oar Society Editor and large slat Cocoa, Tuesday, to spend a day or so del paid Cocoa a visit the first of the -Mr. C. F. Conkllng, of Melbourne, We'appreoiato'thecompliments palrt '

Correspondent Mattered alone the with here' parents, Ex-postmaster and week. rave our office a pleasant call yesterday he ADVOCATR by its many frlomlH. :

it Coast of Florida. Mrs. W. S. Norwood.Mr. tie came up on the steamer St. Augustine Among the new subscribers to the pink Wilting us from Lakewood, N. Y., Mr.' .
-Mr. and Mrs. J. Le Tournau and
II. ; and was on his way to Jacksonville during the past week or so are the \
paper V. H. Ormes" "I In of \
says: am receipt
J. E. Starke auditor the J.
family, of Eden, left for Jacksonville few l but
to spend a daysMr. following; they are rather scattered,
r- If'you receive a sample copy of T. & K. W. Railway, has been in town a yesterday.Mr. lie ADVOOATK, and am more than pleas- I
them all T. J.
ADVOCATE:, It la an intimation that couple of days this week, attending to E. W. Provost, one of Lotus' we appreciate the mime: ell with tho news derived! from your popu..
:ould give us pleasure to add youre business for his company.Mr. ., John McAllister, of Orchid, who 'well-known residents, was In town a Clark, Fort Pierce; John M. Hawks, i her rink sheer." ,l\1r.OI'mcs.11 managerof .
to our fast-increasing list of subKin. has been to St. Augustine to undergo an short whjlo yesterday, on route to Jack- Lynn Mass.; Dr. R. E. Smith, Sanford; I the Waldemere Cottages/ and also

It does not cost you three James T. Hogg, one of Mel operation; by Dr. Worley, returned home sonvllle. Mr. Provost becamea subscriber W. W. Alcott, Seabrooio Fla.; W. H.Jynes blot clock at the Royal Palm, Miami. '
bourne's live real estate dealers and yesterday.Mr. Sanford; H. V. Uolclough, Dity- ,
Included when to the ADVOOATR while In town
a per week (postage ) Never In the history of Soabreeie have
insurance agents, was a passenger on tons; E. B. Veronee, Eden; J. Tlernoy,
n by the year anti It can be sent to Monday's train to Nashville, on business. Robt. B. Wolseley, formerly of -Mr. Robt McPherson, a prominent Orlando; J. Zapf, Sanford: ; Jerume I'almor .o people visited this (popular sea-
In any part of the United States,or Daytona, has purchased the residence of Park side resort as this summer. The Seaside
pineapple grower, of Stuart, was a pleasant Orlando; 1'. D. Parker, Hawks ,
ida wl(bout extra expense. -Senator U. Galllard returned to St. ex-State Treasurer C. B. Collins, on Cal- caller at this office yesterday. He Flu.; 11. A. Holmes Fort Drum; C. U. Inn- under the management of Messrs.

THE ADVOCATE, Augustine last Saturday. He had been houn street, Tallahassee.Mr. came np on the steamer St. Augustine, Western, Hudson, Ind.l; It. W. Joyner, Stewart: .fe Gramllng, ha* boen fairly
down as far as Stuart on the steamer St. and his Titusville F. Melbourne crowded all the 'sotwon. Veal and In-
C. T. Carty a prominent attor- was on way to Jacksonville on a ; C. Conkllng, ;
$1.50 per annum; in advance., Augustine, and enjoyed the trip on In- and of short visit. E. \V.. Provost, Lotus < tni mental music, cards, dancing, surf-
1.00( six months, dian River very much. flex pineapple grower, Ankona bathing fishing
was in town a couple of hours yesterday bicycling, cto., help to
2.00( per an. to foreign countries. -Very few took advantage of the when his many friends were pleased to -On Monday afternoon the Infant Church Note" while away tho time very pUannntly. Mr. ;'

cheap excursion to Jacksonville on the see him daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Talten Stewart Is quite musical and he adds
died of bowel trouble at Miami'. The considerably to the pleasure of, his guests;
read inside F. E. C. Railway, Wednesday. Among -Mr. F. M. Tyler returned home to remains were taken to Fort ,Pierce for The fifth /Sunday. Aug. 'll'ltht will be a while' Mnsdamos Stewart and hauling Y4
Never fall to our pages. those from Titusville were.Mr. W. M.
will always find something to In- Woodward and daughter Miss Ruth, Fort Pierce yesterday from New Haven, Interment; !Mr Talten Is an engineer on mission day In the M. V, church. Appropriate and Mr. Gramllng do all they Ian to en- ;
and Conn., where he has been with the remains the East Coast Railway, service will be conducted In the ertaln the guests and make them feel at :'
tyou. Wesley Joyner. of his father Mr. Julius Tyler, morning at 11:00: with sermon and good home '

Mr. William Treutler, of Eau Gal- IaT'Read the "Trail to Civilization,," recently deceased.We Station Agent F. W. Miller left for singing In the evening at 7::'HV a concert 4

was in town a short while on lues-, "Tanning. Hides," "Lighting of Streets Jacksonville and other points, yesterday, and addresses; and good programme. Eau Gallic. '
by Electricity," "Compliments for the beg to acknowledge, with thanks, on a few weeks' vacation. While away All are Invited for a !good time. We wanta '
from of State Jno. L. Craw Ills will be filled conductor W.
ADVOCATE: "Summer Care Poultry Secretary place by good collectlun, Lot all the members -
Mr. A. P. Ornber of the grocery ford each of the of B. Waddell of the J. T. & K. W. Rail i 'f
one copy journals of the church come prepared to A
"Ode to Indian< River, "White Fly on pay Rev. S. F. Hove left hero Tuesday afternoon
of Gruber & is 11 with the Senate and House of who will also hold hit f
Qrlggs, very \ the China Tree," etc., etc., on our inside Representatives way, own position their assessment to the mission cause for Fort Pierce. ,
of the last conductor.. '
legislature.The for the year If possible. tI l'i'"
r.Mr. after 'EulalIa 1_ and Rev. A. W. J. Best. J. E. Parker,/ representative of the fJ
F. T. Budge, spending a Ernest steamer of the Lucas The Gainesville Electric Light
Messrs. Bailey Bobbins Van- Standard Oil Co. here
returned to Miami on Palatka has been hauldd the -- was 'l'ue.day.'i
days in town, Line, out on Power Company propose to give
landingham and Arthur Brown of Titus- '
day. themselves, at s for repairs and the steamerAlligator city two arc lights free of charge If they: Wo are asked to announce that by Wm. Treutler and G. F. Paddlson + l
ville were enjojlng Day- is performing the service on can secure a franchise from the city for request of Rev. II, M. Uoodell, who Is were visitors to our county seat this .
Mr. of Palatka is one tona and Seabreeze the first of the
Eugene Gay, Drayton Island run. their proposed electric light plant. Both enjoying a vacation with his wife\ and week'- S "
be at the Seaside Inn week. Mr. Robbins also attended the \ :
guests son at Suabreexe, Rev 11. A. Geiger will
lights are to be large ones and to be located
reeze. dance at the Seaside Inn, Saturday::! night -Mrs. C.J.F. Campbell, of Melbourne\ on the court house hold services at the Presbyterian church Sheriff Brown was, a visitor Wednesday ,

Mr. E. L. Brady left for Miami on last. passed through here, Wednesday, en square. Titusville; on Sunday next the 22ndnst. afternoon, -returning to Tltusvllle, "
route to New York, to purchase her fall -We are glad to see that one property ., both morning and evening.Senator the same evening per steamer. \ 1
day, to look; after his business'In- -Misses Mltta "and Ethel G stock of dry goods, notions, etc. She expects owner (In South Titusville) has him his .
to at that returned home after'a Louder
Palatka of
yesterday Rev Mr.
place. Sebastianwill
to be two or three weeks. sidewalk cleared of and weeds, and
away grass
visit to Seabreeze where Quay Cornea South. the MttttiodUt '
very enjoyable preach to ',
Messrs P. N. and Gad Bryan,' twoI It Is now In order for other property congregation "
I known residents of New Smyrna, they were very popular. They will be -Mr. Charles II. Walton] after spendIng owners to do likewise. There 1 I. hardly next Sunday, morning and evening.Mrs ..;
much missed by their friendsat week at Hotel Or Senator Matt. accompanied by
-< numerous a or so Coquina, Quay '.
the and
I for Miami anything more unsightly to Claude Olmstead
on Monday.The eye met her bus-
the above place.Mr. mond; and the Seaside Inn, Seabreeze, sidewalks its son, It. R. Quay, s brother, Jerome
disastrous to the dress than
first mall the returned home much bene who from slight indisposition band on Wednesdny's train, and pro. '.
- Key West over on Monday, Quay, was sutTerlng a "
W. of.Sanford'sjollylooking covered with a rank growth of and ccoded Jacksonville\
one grass and pit Augus- / ,
IOU a East Coast; Railway and steamer residents fitted by his sojourn at the seaside. and several Pennsylvaniafriends If
has been rusticating weed.. ,I
tine short visit
on a
cayne will be sent out the 23rd inst. passed down, Wednesday, In his I
Seabreeze for week inhaling -One of valued subscribers writIng
at a or so, our -
-The Titusville\ Cycle Club.held a the health-giving ozone thrown oil us from Chicago, says: "We are Change of Ownership.Mr. private car,en route to St. LucIe| to enjoy Eugene R. Uralmjrd left for' Jacksonville !
last Old with the and would the, tarpon listing, etc., In that vicinity, last Monday, where he will go Into ; ,
!sting at the Indian River hotel from Grand Ocean. Mr. Uynes returned pleased pink paper, li
The of the Cast Coast be
lit, to transact some business matters.We home on Wednesday. not be without it. We will be with you George/ Loutrol; ;; Luoasls now delighted people to know'that this generous will'And Iralnord he restaurant all success business.In his We'venture.wish Mr. .,"t.

- are glad to learn that Mr. Tbos '-Ormond and Daytona beaches were again ("meaning on Indian River) this sole owner of the sporting magazine Out vigilant friend of Florida Is In excellent I t,,,

bell, who has been quite ill with an alive with people on Sunday last, the Winter. doors mentioned elsewhere In these columns health, and that the conditions are such The steamer Spartan has resumed her (

tck of appendicitis, is now able to be excursion train from Jacksonville, PalAt- -Mr. P. D. Parker, of Hawks Park, having bought out all right title as to make him enjoy his August tripto regular' run, after being laid off a week v

'ut again. ? ka and other points having brought came down to East Aurantla, Monday and Interest from Outdoors Publishing Indian River There has been some for rollttlng. Capt. Nesbltt anticipates';
which Company Mr Lucas, who Is well and doing a large passenger and freight bus-! .4$
-Civil about 1,000 excursionists, were for the purpose of making arrangements talk about having committee of orange '
Engineer G' Trevor Spencer ofF divided between Ormond, Daytona and to build a fish warehouse over the water. favorably known on Indian River, Is now : and pineapple growere call on him ness.the coming winter

i a. C. L. C. & T. Co., St. Augustine north-, New Smyrna.Mr. Mr. Parker expects to start fishing as ensaonsced In his new and elegant quarters and express due appreciation of his dur old frlond, Early' IT. Burton, of. :
passenger on Tuesday's soon as possible In Metropolitan! building, No. 1 remembrance and services to their Indus- lk\
md A. Javorla, Ga., accompanied by his mother ..
train. J. Davis special of
agent Madison avenue, Now York, where his '.
Ties during the late sosiiton of Congressand arrived here Wednesday, on a visit .
-A notice has been the
Pension posted
-Editor E. D. 0811n wife and child of the Departments-Washington, by Interesting paper will continue to be at other tiroes. Whether this shall :;'
/ to his sister Mrs W. K. Tombos. Mr.
whom had the of Town Council and will\ bo found elsewhere
D. C. pleasure
ibourne, passed through here, Monen we published. lloBldos being proprietor of be formally done or not, our Senator Burton 'lid, remain but two or three''' ;
afternoon last routeto In columns to the effect that
", route to Nashville to two meeting, Friday en our Outdoor., Mr.Luoas ably fills the edi- be assured that the people are his business his
spend other may days, as compels return .
, Eau Gallle\ Brantley and points no fast riding' will be allowed on the TI- torial chair. '
hrse weeks down the East Coast as far as Cocoanut tusville streets, except before the hourof (ratefnl to him, and with one heart wish but Mr' .'Burton will remain and :g,'
him a long'continuance of the life of her attention to her invalid '
-iee the new advt. of George F. Pad-' Grove. He stopped off at Daytona on eight o'olockt, a. m., and on Satur- kSt. Luke's lloapltal Jacksonville happiness and greatness which he has give te,. '
on on our 8th page of this f sue. Hers his way south. days from 4 to 0:30 o'clock p. m., In lived and which be has merited. l t l

> some very flna bargains duringnext addition to the morning allowance of e Beloved I -.:.
-Mrs. O. S. Porter, of Daytona, who by the poor people of Pennsylvania

sixty.days. recently purchased a fine corner lot on time. Instead of having to close the above for hU affability and magnanimity West ,Palm Beach. J

-On our 3rd page will be found the the ocean beach at City Beautiful, is havIng -Mr. C. Stuart Bailey, patentee of much-needed Institution, on account of he Is also honored In Florida for

fessional card of Dr. R. E. Smith, of a 12ft. veranda placed oh the east and "Pain toll" mixture and the "Frost-De the heavy expense attached to .eon., demonstrations of friendship that. show '
I lord, who graduated at New York south side of her beach cottage; a kitchen fense" apparatus, the latter for protect ducting It, It Is thought that.a plan can second only to his native state. Yea, Alligator pears are being shipped! te ,}
the local markets here from'the
Sanford Porter and trees and from Is he "Florida's third senator" Keys. f j>
hospitals.. will also be added. Mrs. ing orange vegetables be formulated can be continued verily, ,
-Mr. Geo. Mr. and Mrs. McF. Porter and family are frost In winter, accompanied by his wife on a wl1erobr.; that Is for and he deserves all the good things West Palm Beach's law-breakers' .\

'- lumber F. Paddlson hardware,' Eau Gallle'sknown spending the summer at the above place. and children, has gone to Canada,, for 60 cents per day to be changed/ each pa- which have been said of him ID this con soon be put to work cleaning the streets,
and merit
two or tbree.months. Mr. Bailey expects tient which Is little enough for medical .. which idea is a good one ::4
was In town, on Tudsda,. We -Dr. F. II. Houghton, Daytona's pop- to have his frost-defense machinein nectionIulco-- -- --- ,
nowledge a pleasand call. ular and well-known dentist, has just operation this winter. attendance, nurses, nourishing fare, etc., ut' Daytona.One The old out I. now being cleared out ;
received a very nice photograph of ,a even for poor people. It Is thought that by the canal dredge It Is expected that .
-The -.
trade-boat Norna, which had happy family, comprising little Miss -Captain John Harvey died at his the re..nuederlyed from this source will, the work will take several weeks to accomplish. ,
of the most pleasant dances of the
undergoing an overhauling on NeiI In all be sufficient judging ,
home Bannervllle Palatka probability, '
Helen G. Houghton; Judy a pet dog; at near on .
ways, in command of Capt. John yrtlow-head last of from the number of patients annually was elvan at the Opera House,
double Sunday night dropsy aged
fine parrot,
[ian, went down the river last week. and a to the name of Don Caeser. He was'a member of the Boardof cared for at this hospital, to enable those Daytona, Thursday night week, which Piling Is being driven around the shore r ;
who answers years. ,
-Capt. 'V. H. Sharpe:of Sharpes was areall artistically grouped In one County Commissioners for several Interested to keep It open; and as It Is was fairly well attendo'd. After refreshments end of the ,, ocean pier as a protection 'r'
were partaken.of, a was which show --dls :
and district No. such an excellent Institution, It Is to be german against the waves, a .
own the terms was representing
iet? fifteen first convicts of the week which arranging he has chair. 4 in that body at the time of his death. hoped that the Idea will meet. with thesuccess told, all present! seeming to thoroughly position,to cut in there. ';'\
, -Mr. Jas. McFarlane, of Lake Worth, it deserves. enjoy It. Quite a party from the $,a- 'ot
od to work The funeral was held Tuesday after Alderman Bradley who. looks after
on the roads in bis seoi. -
last aide Ion-chaperoned by Mr. and 31 rs.
here Saturday en .
through .
i. passed noon from,his late residence.Mr. '--- the Interest of the Florida East Coast 'If" .
to meet his who II.1Htewartattende<1 the german, .
New York wife, '
-We would recommend those of our rout n to England. Mr. and Mrs. Mo A. ,E. Wilson, of the Wilson HUectlou ot"'V.If. Sheab. which did not finish until two o'clock a. Hallway here, Is acting as mayor In the 'i':
of who Is off
,Mere needing fertiliser to their Farlane will spend the remainder of the Cypress Co., the largest steam saw millsIn m. Mrs. Davidson furnished excellent place Mayor Lammond ont t
give Lucas The board of trustees for the Florida. manic fur the occasion. tliose summer trip. He bad a well-attended j
ronage to the houses .advertised in summer north. Mrs. McFarlane was accompanied Florida' Captain J. E. of the Among
: a& will be found by her father, Mr. James steamboat line; Mr. T. N. Smith, a well. Agricultural college, Lake City, met on present were the Misses Malsle Davidson( call J'ellterdallUornlngt and as a consetuence rf
.1 AbIDVOCA.TB James, of Guernsey, with whom'.be had known cypress contractor; and Mr. Jas. Tuesday. to Investigate the charges already (Tara Wilkinson, Lena Thompson, Mary the streets are being. Improved.. J.H

Miner of the Selden Door known and so widely _published Carrie Smith Ethel and MUM MrSr'M.
Mr. been staying., ,* C. Cypress Owen E.,Grnber Is still sojourning 1 j
and Mrs J. O.Walton and Claude Co., all of Palatka, were among the jolly throughout the state against Dr. Clute, Good Alma K/ Uryerson, Kate O'Connor Titusville, while her husband U vUlU

,'ton spent from Saturday until Monat -Conductor W. B. Wadden and wife crowd at tHe Seaside Inn, Seabreeze, a president of the college.' Lilly Horrflll Nell Parramore, Mrs. lag his mother at Charlotte, V. C.

the Colonnades, City Beautiful, returned to town Friday lost from their couple bf days or so the first of the President Gwynn called the meeting to Carter; Dr. Wlckes and Messrs. Rodgers, i:

""re they thoroughly enjoyed themes trip to Alabama and other states. Mr. week., "'. order and roil a letter of resignation ten- Never, Vllllaume, Weeks, Eugene Gay, .Men's golf 20c. Gardner & Walker. .
driving on the beach, etc. I Waddell has resumed hi. old position as dered the board by: Dr. Chute some time Chas. H. Walton (Titusville), T. Grotlan cap..
-The ; conductor on the J., T. & K. W. train I ?> -In Mr. W. G. Powell, of Tallahassee ago.Dr.Clnte's resignation was accepted. Ronald, B. Thompson, Coorad, Keller, F. .' 'q.
meat firm of Alderman: Ban- and Sanford the state bas one of the most practical
Titusville ,
running between Superintendent Wm. N. SbeaU Walton Carter and others whose nameswe a'i
on Nolle'u ,
managed by J. T. Hinton had a writers of Its bountiful .
> which has been ably filled during his resourcedyetc of Tallahassee, was then elected to fill did not get. The Seaside contingent A'trial solicited.
' large refrigerator put In their store absence by Mr. Roswell Coleman.In and hi. work 111I being sent out far and the chair of president of the college and returned home by the beautiful pale hl3/
esweek, which gives them better fa- wide through the various Floridian newspapers. ,
( director of the experiment station. A
''l held In town but moonlight In Alcott & Hawley's fine
ever for keeping their meats the bicycle races That It will be of Immense benefit 1t
.h for their Sam Perkins finished first in telegram wan sent him Immediately, back, and all report a Jolly time. Notice to lllcycllvtM.
Saturday; there be doubt and
many patrons. to Florida can no notifying him of their action.
, We have received the one-mU..open, Wesley Joyner second we trust that the several newspapers In satisfaction --- i
the Angnd The election<< of _Ir. Shasta gives
nnm- third.
,of "if" oridaEast Coast BomeseekPoblUhed ,and John Jones Fentresa with this state will give Mr,, Powell the I,SUPport here Inasmuch as they recognizeIn Wanted. It Is hereby ordered thai hereafter fu&i, :
Da..l. the five-mile handicap,
won be justly deserves. riding or "scorching" will not be :
.** by the Land Department Perkins second and Joyner third, the bin an able man, and one thoroughly To purchase a boat, sultabU for the on- the streets of the town of allowed,;
F. \ the
E. fill the and
: C. Ry., St. Augustine. It is time being 14 minutes. competent to position, Indian River In good condition 8 or 10
I of latter rider's ; excepting only before 8 o'clock a. m.. t;
uscfullnformaUoD those who TAKE YOUR SHOES to Nolle's 'when fact of his being a southern man makes sal ,
state of the
the unpropitious feet wide about 26 feet long, with \
Owing to and oo Saturday evening from 4 to OOn '
d seeking for a home o n>the East Coast. weather at this point In the' races, thethreemile they need repairing. Popular prices. hint very popular here. cabin; give full description awl state o'clock.. By order of the Town Council'R.
&spy lap event was abandoned.PBKJN price. Address, O. SCIIMOKOVB: ,
State Hank'of Eau Gallle Stockholder Summer goods (price. Gardner&Walker ). K. WELL. Pros't. Board of Aldermen. w4:t 1' I
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as""penderslOe. Gardner Walker. DUCKS for sale; very be.pectmen. ** Meeting.A _.__.. Jacksonville, Fla. .-- ._-- --- .. .. --- !'..
.; only 93 for two ducks and a Itare Chance.

,TCn REPAIRING drake. Address, special meeting of the stockholders Christmas f A Fine Hotel for Sale.

1'08.. West Palm done by Anthony W. BALLABD, 311ms, Fla. of the State Bank of Eaa Gallle will be For sal*, on IUd swooc1 avenue, Day _.
Beach,,.Fla. held at the bonk building of said bank la tona. a v. and Improvedlot 'Oar price at Cocoa Fla. i. Owner wishing ;retire, will soil the

Grapefruit Bads for Sale.Fire Eau Game, Brevard county,. Fla.. at 9 In! a desirable location. lions Is Dnval Rye, 93 per gal. jugs extra). oldest and best known transient and y

Bones Wanted. o'clock. m, on August 21st, .1897, for now rented, and pays tea per cent net. North Carolina (old) 43 per gat. family hotel la Ashevllle, N.. C. Small

handred'grapefrnlt buds, one the purpose of electing a Board of Direct This, Is worth your attention. Peon and other Rye, *3, 3.oO. *4, M. cash payment. Central location... and
your fax Also budded or- tors. By order of Board of Directors. Address, "C. K. W. Bottled Beer per do*. 91.23. .i.fiO, $1.73. valuable frontage. Apply to .-.. r
b:n bone. ma d send them to theCa year old, 9.10 per. R. A. HA.DEK.. (Signed) J. H. D. Smith ADvocATE cities, Per 10-dos. cask 910. $10.60, 911.50, and LOCK Box 605,' .k -

YIU e, Plo. Fertilizer Will pay cash, South for them.Jack- sage trees. 8ebutJaa, J1a. Cashier. Tltusvlll, his.a ..12. J. D. Cause.yyy AshevUIeX.C.


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THE TRAIL fro CIVILIZA ulty of saving their money; they are dls. 1Canrg! Hide. .. Cheap Rates O. A. R Encampment -- r Michigan Lumber" and Manufacturing> i

tressed and bard-pushed In the, best of Buffalo N. Y.
times, and all the time. They were, nc f Tanning 4s an,alt best; done by experts -

born A ,line from 8hake pear but bides treated M follows will Account of above occasion the Plant
And, We are"In :It." System; offers an exceedingly low rate Cypress, or Pine Lumber Mill Stuff Sidings
applies to their case: "The fault, answer very well for many purposes: of 29.70 round trip 'Jacksonville to Flooring

Lx&, Miss.1 Aug.:37, 1807. Brutus, Is not in our stars but In ourselves Bury !. wood ashes till the hair will\ Buffalo and return; giving choice of 1

Editor Adi of a Iff that we are underlines.: coma out; easy: Xetnove hair and scrape three all rail routes, via Savannah, Ceilings and :Mouldings: Packing Bores and Crates.. Turning and Scroll Won,

Mr..llal'dep' letter In your \paper of Besides this, {here' are three othe. I off the flesh side with a dull knife. Rub Charleston'and Birmingham and Coast; ,Line or, Atlanta or Montgomery and- Good work aDd material at low prices. Take Main street car. line to mill nt\\
reasons that help to account for the increased the flesh side thoroughly with equal
the'l. Pullman sleep
July 2lrd:) ,,in reply to my lettenia Chattanooga: Through '
sue of July 2nd, sooms to, Illustrate how poverty Just now: First, Increased parts ofpulveiicedalum and salt. Smoke era leave Jacksonville. 8:20 a. .m., and office.

v' the opposing arguments and statement number Inhabitants; in a population hide. you would a ham. All it dries 7.OO p. m., on the quickest schedules.t, most attractive Tickets 'Telephone(old line) 485.: JacksonVllle, Fla,
of seve.ty million more make It soft. It and convenient
thereJs rub and work it well to
rn be true ton both 1st. All
a controversy may sold 20 to 2i limited Sept.
Ides.. In the old legend, two knights of everything,than when there were bu must be stretched by nailing' It on, a desiring Aug.; a part raft and water route can C

looking upon opposite sides of a shield fifty millions. 'There are .more million smooth surface., There are many long secure the very low rate of 32.Qp roundtrip
aired, more workmen owning thel and tedious methods, but this is the I via Plant System to Savannah and
II quarreled about its color; on looking' at homes, more .saloons, 'more Insanity, shortest and that we know.-Ex. Ocean-Steamship Line to New York, this HARRY MASON
simplest &
shield it found to ,
both aides of the was rate includes meals and berths on steam. : :, C01.r'
crime and ahd more deposit ,,
I be painted differently on the tw. sides, pauperism, er, making the cheapest and most de- .
and both knights were right. in the increasing number' of saving. Hall'* flair Bonewer enjoys the confidence lightful trip on the finest and fastest
,:I Now befoce going any further in the banks. Deposits In the savings bank and patronage of*, people all over coastwise vessels afloat.; Tickets sold Jobbers in Fine Imported
Id the United States In 1800( In round the civilized world, who use itto restore for steamers leaving Savannah Aug. 14- H. MASON Jt CO.,
_ ', con tro veiny about wealth and poverty; hundred millioidollais. and keep the hair a natural color. 10-17-18-20 and 21st, 8:20: a:m.; train will W Buy'Street, II-
,4 both sides and how numbers, were fifteen connection with* all these
let us look at Rae make a direct -
In 1804 It had Increased to Plant Liquors and Cigars
Af nearly we cnri.eome together rather than sailings. Secure tickets reading JACKSONVILLE. gig
', nineteen hundred and seven ml11lon.-a Nine[ tons weight of,copper are taken System from Jacksonville, any detail arrangements
MrHaideo's .
to try to get' further apait. la and ..
through the bard time week from the London penny-In- ; will be'perfected for you '
steady gain right every
first letter, I thought he took a all promptly answered. Pull;, Grade Whiskies
of almost one hundred million a year the-slot gas meters. It is proposed to inquiries will be Etc,
Tory dark and dlncouraglnff view of our man or steamer reservations ,
l civilization and I desired, and attempt We must boar in mind that these deposIts supply electricity the same plan. made in advance on notice given the t.aat" -
; in'the banks: are only q portion of the undersigned. ........._;...., :
ed, to cull his attention to some ,othe thel ,-+1 -, R. L. TODD, Division Pass. Agent.C. Whiskies-Imported and Domeltlei Son thorn Belfe,Rock and Rye.........:.....irom lJion..K
throw savings of the working people; E ody Bays So.Cascarats apple, peacbblackberry, and peach and honey...,...,....from wrS
that I brighter rvl Brandies-Dorae.tle
facts might a > .
hoped fl.lIO.
II. HOWARD, City Pass, Agent.O. .. .. ..... .. ...... .
savings are invested in homes, In life insurnnce wonderful nlns-HollandOld'kom, etc.... ... .....;. .' I..e. ..... 'romltMperJWineil'port'8lierry"CB.tawba
light on the subject.. Candy Cathartic, the most W. PARKHU.L, City Tkt. Agent. .., ...t. .. ...".".."........frOln'1. O
and In varfous other ways, so medical dmto\erv of the age, pleasant Steamer tickets limited to Oct. 31st. : Muscatel,* Claret, etc..from..........,...............11. per
It waif tlie ffulheiost{ possible from my; and refreshing> the taste art gently Clarets FinestBrands.*.. ......... ........ ,.. ..................................from $2.,.mfr, _
thoughts to defend what he calls th'centializatlon that it seems to me a fair and conserve- and positively klJueys.liver and bowels, Bottled-Beer,. .,'.. ...,.n...........,".... ............ ..... ... ............... ...from tl.jo: per?1?do
of the money I tlf give estimate that-the working people of cleansing the entire .vst.'m. dispel| colds, KIT" All other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices.
power this ,'growing'' richer at the cure headache, .lever habitual i.oustlpatlon; ALEX: NEAR. ERNEST: TAYI.OB.. Jugs-and demijohns' will be packed in boxes,.when so requested* without ei
country'are box: :
Please buy a
private hands.: I believe with. Mr and bllloimneRS. try refunded for "empties" when returned. Express
rate of two hundred million dollar of C. C. O. to-day; 11). 85, HO(ten is. Bold and tra cost. Money Company IIi i
ILtrdeo: and those greatest of America qver guaranteed to cure by all i,druggists.! NEAR & TAYLOR ,. not take liquor C. O. D. (Send money with, order to save delay and trouble.
statesmon whom ho mentioned; Chat a year'Second Send for Price List, or call upon MASON & CO.,

such concentration of capital la a standIng lack of work, general dul1 (Successors to John. McAllister.)' 301, 307, 300, 311, W. Bay St., (Mason.Block) JACKSONVILLE Fie,
fearin, clever workman in\ a cutlery factory
the of the times, on account of capItalists A
menace to prosperity nation.
to make new investments and to extend In Sheffield has made a dozen pairs of Artesian Well Contractors .
And I will add that the bribing oJlections ,
it of loglfilatures, and' of ,count'* their operation, shears, each so mlnitbe that they altogether .BesfIine in the State.

Is the most effectual way undormtn, .Third, lastly and principally, I think weigh less than talf a grain, Each EAU CALLIE FLA. BICYCLES.

1 the foundation of the government, ana,I Immigration has been largely reopens!l. ,al>. Is perfect, and Would cut if sufficiently ....
"ork'CIlD ble for the hundieds of men out of work delicate material could be found.
uulcHS such be the 11
."" prevented, : '
the six ending with 1800, a piece of White paper they
i,,' whole structure. will topple over, and I During years Lying on
.1 our fair republic.'will be plunged Inte Immigration into'' this country ha seem no larger than pinbeads.WANTED :, LUTHY-, $150.00. .S .
1 been over half a million a year, making "
?' revolution and chaos While this 1 la
FOWLER ,100 $75.00.: ,
I millions from 1800 to 1800.
,. true It t Is not the whole truth. Mr over \
Harjee ays that the money power rule With these' millions of working* men to travel for responsible I 0Yl CLEVELAND, $100, $85.00. -
"labo flocking into our labor. market is it any; established bouse' in Florida. Salary .
the labor of this country; that Position
: wonder that It Is-, overstocked and tha $780 and expenses. perman WESTFIELD, $75.00: eo.oo.4
has mi say In the matters more than 1 a ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed

r lave."_This Is a great error, for labor many men are out of work.! We, pro stamped envelope The National, Star 11. r mm ,
toot our manufacturers by a tariff on im Insurance Bldg., Chicago. ,
)pas/a .great deal to nay In regulating .
prices for work.' ported goods; let us protect our work ." B. F; MANIER, Jr.,

c' The'workmen,'through ,their "trades- men ''by a tariff on laborers from abroad Take a Trip on Indian River. ..LCx1VIDTHx'HIGHESTAWARD Jacksonville Fla.
I i".
jnloris," Ax the pilcos' of labor, from We are a strong nation, ,but there is l a ii'The roe PURITY. e ,

which the employes, cannot vary but limit to our strength. This country can. >\ steamer St. Augustine, of the In With Freyer.tk Bradley Music Co. +

I' '. little. When the business,'of an em no more., furnish employment to the laborers Navigation ..
ployer ls dull and he. proposes to 'out of all the world than it can maintain ( :ROBT. W. SIMMS. ,

% 4 per down cent the, moreor wages' of leas bis of workmen the hlnwl 5or.hand 10) basis th of*10 silver to 1.of I the regard world both son a as gold Ira Titusville 5 p.Thursday m. every and returning and Monday Saturday, arrive and,'connectingwith Thursdayat at Tltusvllle SOLE AGENT I AND o :_: :'A. S.' ::e 'Ii..TTH d: 3s 0 O.

will usually submit; but if they think 1is possible. About five-eighths of all ou the Jacksonville\ Tampa & Key Wholesale .' DEALERS IN -
unreasonable will all convicts imprisoned and our paupersIii West trains In both directions. Liquors. p"I1n.e Wln.ol -
or unjust, they : ; an. I. :X 1cj. ..erar ,
quit work on "strike," and remain Idle poor houses are of forelp parentage.A I' .
,. until the employer av comes to terms,. word about tramps. An Industrious 'To Cur Constipation Forever., Jacksonville ?,- Fl rida.inr I Kf1 417, II' 410 W. Bay St.,

Sometimes' the workmen make a reques man looking for work is not a tramp; a. If Take 0. C.CaeoaretsCandy O.. fall to. aura,druggists Cathartic.refund 100 monsv.or!lie. : Write for Prices. JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.RICH .

for higher'' wages and the employeigrants professional tramp won't work; he is always 1 WINES create good, rich bn
beglllng'.hI.. I t blood. Don't make the mlnaln
on the go living along) thy
it rather than risk strike.
,The power which1 organized a labor bfesIn \ the load; be is a v very'poor specimen of E., WINCHENBACH,' Manager., ;F. M. BURST, Treasurer. ... LI'' cheap buying It sour Is not.poor It wine bas a because nanty, tigreeable U

{r 'shown In the-following Instances;' A'' the race, a leech on an industrial com : =.. Jt. D -.- good wine effect.is really upon not the system expeiulvs, wbllt, u

;+ manufacturer wanted to have his Ion munlty, and on Ills way to the poorhouse FLORIDA MACHINE WORKS.IRON ""'>::--. satisfied gives you feeling.that pullod-tugetber, Hi

learn the trade; the help wan opposetto \ the prison or the gallows. Three- 110We make a Specialty nf North CD
line Mountain Dew Corn WHIskej,lt
and probably more of the
fourths ,
t It, and when the young man came into years old, S::4.110 per gallon.
i the room to begin work, all ,the men tramps now living without work In this and BRASS ,CASTINGS. well Parties to order living from In us Dry as Towns we on will"I

threw, :down' their tools'and quit, work. country}, are foreign Immigrants. & Accurately Done.Iron them ISO per cent.on all orders.ff $ .
This capitalist and representative of the Dad as a' "moneyed aristocracy" may General .Repairing Promptly -Always send money with oWe *
accounts tub
,"" will not openJacksonville new
be we have not yet learned In this country "- In
power was not allowed the privilege suitable reference i leC' 111
Shafting, Pulleys, Dangers .
i : No Goods sent C.O. D. to Dry Torn
of fortunes .
how to limit the size private Building Columns J
of apprenticing his son In his own '41. *<. Agent for Inillanopolls Brewing
Another rule and to prevent BO too. men from MJsBJ yCJt-ga* and Boxes In Stock. -I './ Brewers and Bottlers Indlanapoln,IN

factory.among! the unions arbitrary: The, poorest prevails getting/ too rich. We* mu.t' be patient Sash Weights and Orate MgbgLltf W* BBr"n jDi Saw Mandrels. of all Sizes Hercules Malt Tonlo, (2.25 per case; Clayton &iRussell, Wild Cherry Brandy, $4.ISO per cut.

workman must have the same pay as the and hopeful. Bars a Specialty + ;
JOHN M. HAWKS.E4nosts .F urn I s h e d.
best, though he may not be worth half

4 wi much. S-aa-.A.1. .. 3MCIX-1L.S.: : : >> A Fertilizer for Fruit cam''The
The carpenters1 union has fixed the >Tour Dowel. With Cusesmts.CnmSy "
I t< our constipation foravar.Wo Telephone 102. Office and Shops at End pf Viaduct In Riverside. ,
wages of Its members at $4 a day, of ten ,Ufa. K a O.C.tatldruggbttsrefund money. .

r' 'hours. 'The brick masons In New York I JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.: .. .. .. .......... ... .. I Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer.,
city ,have fixed their, working day at Prince Max, of axony, who became a .

a eight hours, for which their pay Is $t, or Roman Catholic priest, has been appointed GEORG MARX. .JOHN MARX.. Price: *2 .Oo- Per: Ton. '

CJots an hour, and for extra time they a curate in -the Whlteohapel districtn ?
.have double pay. And note well that London. The queen recently received' :l.VI:: ::R. : BROS., Molsture.\.8. to 10 Per Cent;
the trusts only exist by the ,sufferance ..
Wholesale Dealers In Ammonia. .. ... ., ., .. .. .. .. .. .4# to 6'' "
.f will of the
the people-the voters In 6" "
the states where.these trusts Groceriea.Fruit" 6ira.ca. sFrod.-o.ee.: : Phosphoric Acld..t..4.3 to
operate. him.Lg When : :: '" Potash (Actual). . .. .. ..... .. . .. .6 to 8" "
The accumulation, of wealth Is not I man fall. out A ISt and 143 East Hay Street and e and 8 N.wn n Street Made exclusively from Bright Cotton Seed Meal, Nitrate of Soda Blood,ft

wholly bad; great, f fortunes are sometimes : of a ter-.toq Javl eonvill: : I F1 r1.d.a. Dissolved Phosphate, Fine Ground Tobacco Stems, and Sulphate of Potash.
made from' new inventions, from window, Write for directions for using and further particulars; also ask for

?. the rise In values of real' estate, and d you'd rally say natU'he ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT 'HOUSES IN THE CITY. copy of "Economical Fertilizing for Fruit." We carry large stock for of all price Fe I
took speculations, which do not rob the !I. a dead eer Material, Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dust, Potash;etc. Write,
man. Well, fore buying. We seek the growers trade direct.
y' poor, And, besides, a great deal of this 11a....;,;; perhaps hola We arc headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas; TOOMER Fertilizer Co.
wealth, however aCquired, comes Into e..1..... and then. guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We. wantyOI1J' WILSON & ,
h"K possession of the people in the shape of .e L L again, not.perhaps Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial: and you will be pleased. The Fertilizer. House of Florida

free libraries, reading rooms, hospitals, Somethingmay MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Jacksonville, Fla.
colleges add universities. The George There
t him.' -
Peabody fund, for the aid of schools in ", may be a .

the south, was established by a Massachusetts friendly awning .

man, who'made bis money In let him that down will Magnolia Crooery.. ... THE PAINT -STORK:

London.' The gifts to college, and universities s guy be.oundm he H. A: HENRY Proprietor. ,
alone sometimes amount to 1" may ... "
well to- Wholesale and Retail Dealer In >
,twelve million dollar a year; and la the 'morrow. You .
r .last 25 year these gifts have amounted aver know what may .."e. a> man who GROCERIES.Write ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS
seems to be as Rood aa dead. ** STAPLE AND FANCY *** ,
about 200 million dollars. .
to Many a man who seemed to be dying of ..

Mr. nardoe furnishes the following consumption Just,.aa and rood whom aa dead the has doctors rot well pronounced Write or call for our Cash Price List_ which wll\ please you. err
atatement for workmen to paste in their and hearty stain by main= or.. t .711 Pa h :
bats, by the side of my former statement Pierce' golden Medical Discovery This 103: Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets. JACKSONVILLE': FLA.
wonderful medicine baa shown the doctors
Telephone No 353., e .
1 viz: "At no time during the history that consumption isnt always a fatal dis '
of the United States have the laborIng e.... It can be cured if you get at the Outside Cold Water point.
germs of U in the blood and clear them out -
people been In such oppressed condition >"-::uugh1y. That is what thie"Discovery"toes. '
I dally broken up and put out It makes new blood,-healthy blood. W. B. DAWSON, I.. E. BAIRD, &; CO.,
The(eras'of consumption can't exist in

of ment doors,and, out thrown oil from eut credit of employ for the healthy told and blood.are carried They 'Implllet go system their:, Wholesale and"Retail l"- ..2: West Bay & Laura SU., .* JACKSONVILLE.

pinching necessities of life, u I*the case new then flesh the new, new blood power builds, new life up new It carries tisane Faint. Oils, Glass, Tarnishes, and Room Mouldings.lAVf .

I BOW." I shall admit that there are vitality to the longs,the bronchial tubes and
I more people out of work, out of money "very other part of the body WINE & LIQUOR MERCHANT.i
It cores people after cod liver oil has .
i} and out of credit in this country today I ailed, because their digestive ornas are AND PLANING BTUXfl, JACKSONVILLE I***

1"" ,1' than ever before; but to attribute this too weak to direst(at-Ibod.. The"Disco ......'".. Tim' K. Bay Bf. foot of Cats
I el'J'to makes the direction .
'", poverty to the centralization of wealth thin and pale and emaciated atrong.Pot people 'St": .Jacksonville Fla. COMPANY
,. would be as false and ridiculous as was there la no flesh-bullder in the world tomap.re 1 119 West Bay WILSON CYPRESS ,

( ; the charge of the sllverltes that the hard fat, but hard with healthy it. It flesh.doesn't It make builds nerve-flabby Old and Domestic Wines Hanna s- ..
'tlm'e.were due to the "crime of 73.: If power and force and endurance. It is never Fine Liquors, Imported Manufacturer of -=

.. It had been possible to have divided the ass to pronounce any one dying of conramption .
," or any other wasting- disease. Mexican[ and Florida t Clga s.. and Lath
wealth of this country equally on the until this marvelous "Discovery" has been Cypress LumberShingles .
". riven a fair trial. ,
first day of this year, giving to everyman
Dr.* Pierce'a thouund- illustrated FANCYROCERIES. .IaID'
page FINE .
; '. ; woman and child an equal share, I took., VT** People's Common Sense Med- A Urg stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling. ldlngv, mouldings, C 1P

I ,h"+ think there would have been a* much .eel Adviser will be sent fre paper-bound WHISKEYS from $ .OO Per Gallon upwards I''' handle no Compound. -Goods. lath and picket always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments.
For the cost of mailing only, n one-cent
j, distress from poverty as there Is now. itampa. Clothbound 10 stamps extra. KV"* PrIce LIlt upon application. Tour Jug Trade Solicited.- aooldlngs of all pattern a specialty. _,.,

The very poor people have not the fac.i Address Dr. R. V. fierce: Buffalo"*H. Y. U you wish to open an account you most give lr.t-olasa city.reference. When at home, write a* for price;'when up oar way, coma ud eee

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110If.. 1tO.1II o GOOD AND CHEAP ? Manufacturers of .
'4 GRAHAM, Not Deleterious to Shade Tret'lt.Below Drill at the Armory, .rer _lit, Jail every
What They Think of Us. 'ueaiiajr evenl K in the month at 8 o'olwk.

W In A.T.VBAeTBii,Captain.INDKPKNDKNT An abatract *li"*lng peitfuct title """III Yellow Pine Lumber
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW The we give an answer reply to a
Gazette-News, Daytona, edited by be furnished to tinch) purchaser, of ..ay ,

HOURS:-From 10 to 12 .. TO., Ir. L. Moreton Murray' says: "Chas. query on the above subject, received by : ORDKJT GOOD TKMPLAR8.Tituavllle of the following l"tld..l. Brevard county : HOUGH A DRESSED

ICK and 2 to 4 p. m. II. Walton; editor and proprietor of the 3r. F. II. Hough ton, of Daytona; Lodge No. IT IDeate every TumtlavVenlnx Right front on tU nw'tli IIhlo l of Main ,

Brevard Co., Florida.'iliprMtloe IWDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE COLUMBUS O. Aug. 10, 1807.Jr. lUJO: In Fnuibvterlan ohurtih. llUitlo I1tM'tlt., Tltunvllle, Klpwltm lights .x- Orange Hoc Head*,
rrusviLLB i Tltusville, meeting Ant Tuemlay. iu each mouth.O. tend to the chainat) .11 ho City Wharf Fruit'* VtigetaMe Crate..

In all tie conrt-tate and fed i I who has heed stopping at the Seaside F. II. Houghton, Daytona, FU.: .. A. GARDNER Q. W. SCOHIB. extends along the lot oil the smith sUIe.Thero Lumber delivered any part of Indian River'
Inn. Is an' earnest believer In the East Dear Doctor:-I Just returned from a Beo't* C.T. Is a targe warehouse on the lot at on through lilll of lading. Anyone contemplating
clal facilities for examining and perfect- the bulkhead of the City Whnrf which<< building':: on the Kant Coant, woiihl tin well to "
land title. Coast and has certainly done much to short ..vacation and found your letter with the and 1,000 feat ofentnble write! for price*. Tli.8awmlll I*aittiatad on the .' i
advance Its Interests." and the In reference ClItntCHKS. gooa property, J.,T.A K. W, By.,9 mile**outh Palatka.' ,
papers awaiting. : '
property along/ the city IJ\DI>>nit. .'

CARY-ELWES I to the'effoct of electric light on foliage )'rleo of property, Including warihoutae, SfttMurrmllKht&,Pntnnn C!OvtFla. :

I made Investigation and find EPISCOPAL CHURCH. ':lOUO. I .. 1'1\:
a hasty ,
BOSTON MASS. 10 18!>7.Zditor I
'*, Aug. '
NOTARY PUBLIC Barvloei the and and 4tVBuni1ay* In each ,_. -
hat so far as known there Is no deleter montb.atlla, NATIONAL e
Advocate m.aruiTinup.m.: Suuilaynchoolvary and half of land la the
: Four acres
Sunday at 9:3 : atp
ous effect on trees or any other vegetation. a. u. Evening prayer
tares paid for non- Dear Sir-I have received a copy ofhe I m. on Wedneeday, *. Litany tervloe every'rldayatlOa.ro southeast quarter of southeast quarter Home-Seekers ,:
Typewriting of section 20, tow nnhlp ill, south range '
!dent rents and accounts solicited.tiwvIHe collected. INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, and I am The question al'Olllhere In a wild way b". B. T. BROWIC Rector. 5'fiast.at Mima station, on the J., T. A

'. eto Correspondence! Floilda. very much pleased with It. I see the several years ago and my recollection Is K. W, R'y, four miles north of Tltusvllle REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
pink paper furnishes all the news from that the opinion of authorities both on This Is In the western part of the :
8erlcea'tOry Sabbath at 11 a. m.allll T At njn. Turnbull hammock and has been all l
hat part of Florida In which I am most horticulture and oleotrlclty was, that the Sunday: aohool at s-48 .., m., Chaa. Uantnet, be trees. Exchanging '
cleared to set to
ready orange Propel'ty"for Property a
TEPEES E. Buut. Prayer meeting on Wednenday evening ;1
nterested-the Indian River section. lighting of streets by electricity was In tt-M. Thennbllo:: are oonllally Invited .... attend Price .:! O Specialty Send, Description<< of what \,.:
Enclosed find order to our cenkiea. '
please postal
no way Injurious to the trees. have and wlmt want. 1'
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, H. M. QooD-ti.1., Paater. you you
pay for your paper.I As you know, many of the residence I The southeast quarter of the northwest

Rooms 420 A 423 Gardner Building, have spent one winter on IndianRiver streets In Columbus are densely shaded, BAPTIST CHURCH. quarter of section 18, township 21, MALAGAR ludlan River, FLORIDA. :lJ

and forward with outh range 88 east; 40 acres. One-halt '
C C.
am looking- and so far can be the trees CARROLL !
as seen
FLORIDA. grow hIRR.v.r) aeoond and fonrth Sunday*, of thin. Is excellent hammock. land and
CIt80NVILLE. much pleasure to spending another one larger and beautiful In nornlng and evening. Prayer Meeting every Real Estate A. ont.
more It Is situ
every year. Vedne..de y evening at TOO o'olook. Sunday he other half Is muck land. 1
.here.. other cities the same Is true. tohool every Runday at': GoRDON R. BROOMB. Sunday at LaOranire Second Sunday, ''
SCOTT. Urns station and four mile north ofitimvtlle.
31. Very truly yours, In conversation with Professor Hunt Invited .
OakHlU. All are cordially to attend.B. Choice ,
: A 'Vory'doRlrable property.
COTT & BROOHE H. L LINDSAY. of the State University, who la\ an auihorlty A, Olllo.aa. Paator. J loud pastes through the property to the Wlnes'Llquors 1.

f on horticulture and kindred subects tation. Price $UX). '
that said there
gentleman are no
Bank The Daytona Commonwealth whoso -
(over ) Regular aervloei drat third and fourth Olllulnteolll'ure. .. 'if'
editorial chair Is ably tilled by Mr. F. A. statistics on"the matter of the effect of iimdaya, at 11 a. m.every and ":411 p. ... Kunduy $ ON' TUB ST. I.tlCIK RIVRK.

im\\, .. Florida. dann author of. ."Florida Historical electric lights on .trees. Inasmuch as School! every Sunday. at 10 KM a. m. Kpwortn.eague : Sold atj-oilucod I'""I:
ewih Sunday at Sao p. m. Prayer inmitng Lot 4, section 32, town \hlp .17, south ) .
fotos," refers to the"ADVOCATE na follows electricity had now been usoA for street every Thursday night at TKK: > p. in. ThejMllea' ange 41 east, containing 77 acres.<< This '1\, T'
/TINOR S. JONES, ighting for a number of all over Aid Hoelety meet ..wednmday' has of mile front on the ImportedTokny '. ,
/ : "Chus. H. Walton, editor and years' at a:KM p. in. Everybody: welcome at our ciiurunervloee. tract a qtinrter a
proprietor of the, INDIAN RIVER ADvoCATE he; country, he thinks the absence of It. Lucle River, nnd lie* a few hundred Wine,

A TTORNET-A T-LA W. statistics denotes absence of effect. Soar .... W. J. BEST, Pantor. oet west of where- the Florida Kust. from Italy*
of the handsomest and best
one Coast It'y crosses the river. It ball a

USVILLE, BREVARD CO.,'FLA' papers la the south, is here recuperating as he knows, no special experiments DIce front and Is ttxoellont pineapple.and. John B. Togni

*. from an attack of fever. He Is at the lave been made on trees, but some have : CATHOLIC CHURCH. Price t:1:!6 per aero. Wo will not

bounty Judge of Brevard County. Seaside, Inn. The constant strain of been made on.vegetables, such as radIshes ,i Church Bervloeit building at 10 a.North m. every Tituavllle.Sunday Children's, In new out this lot. Metropolitan Saloon,' ia.1: East Buy' Sin,

ournallstlo-- work -has made a little rest eto. The result of these Is that oateonlem at 3 p. m. Apply or write to theBOBBINS JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
GOLDSMITH necessary and we hope he will find his such vegetation is encouraged under A GRAHAM CO., Whlle..I. mill lelMlU.'._ it....

VI.Itusville electric light if the latter Is properly .
and beneficial. ,
stay amongst us pleasant Tltusville, Fla.
protected by glass, this being especially MUNICIPAL.
ATTORNET-AT-LAW true of Incandescent lights naturally. XPBNIINOf. 11.'I"I'
{ Geo. II. Wright, a prominent I pine
Altogether there Is no reason to believe TOWN COUNCIL.
of Orlando : "Pleaserun
apple says
grower, '
Florida. to" R.F. Hall R. 8:8mlth.m".hall J. A.lapperoette Suwanee River Route.
that electric light Is Injurious trees orothe'r mayor t |
month of
my advt. through the Sep tax otillentori O. Cary-EI_., clerk ,
Inquiries foliage.I and aJMUNitior; J. M. Dlxon, W, K. Knoz'L Geo.W. .
tember. I am getting
many .Soobla, H. C. Borlmgeour, Tho* :
i/f D. L. DODSON; through the medium .of the ADVOCATE hope you will be successful In. your oounollmen. The council meet* aeoond anil :
efforts to Improve the lighting of Day. fourth Monday In each month. '
on the East Coast. I now have an extra .. GEORGIA SOUTHERN A FLORIDA \ I
DENTIST hand." tona.. IVY., To all Point*, North and T.AD. MARKS*' ,
lot of Smooth Cayennes on i I'
Very truly yours, COPYRIGHT ate.MHidlaft .' '

Offloe over postoflBce. GBO. R. IlirpAUD. BOARD.J. Palatka, Tlfton, Maoon and Atlanta. Anyone. aaket h and' dneniiptlon Maylertam ,
The INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE popularly Low rates to all Summer Resorts; exceptionally qutofclr. anoprobably nee, wlintliur.ail Invention !II ',"':T; '
of the 8.B.Bnowden. THunvUlet A. L Hatch City Low Kates to Nashville now .)HJ>tent b.. CumDl"n..luna_.... .klrluilyoooniUntlal. ,1tI
.. FLORIDA.L. known as the "pink paper" Olitiwt aweuoy fur patent*
Summer Cdre of Poultry.At Point i>. K.: Miller, Malabar. sale at following rates: I la America. We hare a Waiihlniitpn bm.. .. t,
East Coast of Florida, Is undoubtedly on Patenta taken thnnmh Muun Co. reoelv* "f..
and Thursday notlae In th* j
limit Tuesday peelal
Ten day
the best medium of sportsmen desiring COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.W. .
GATTLDEN1 this season of the'year the best From Palatka, ,14; Jacksonville tl.l.81): ) SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN :!J ,-
information about the Indian River country H. Sharpe Sharpen, chairman I Joneph ,
method of caring for poultry is to give Mendel, LaOrangei J. H. Walker lltuiivllleiFno. Twenty day limit, every day: beautifully' Illuatrated, Ifirmw* elrealatlon' oan '" .'"
ATTORNET-AT-LAW, whether It be the fishermen or hun HouHton, KauOallle) R. I). Hoke,Jatmnn.Regular '10.25 Jacksonville 17.00 10001.n\llI..journal',we.kly. ,tmrnia lIaIMI a.'ear i
them the greatest liberty and encourage i ; 'I. = Bpaiilinim' euplni anil '
In each
held drat
aemiloui an Monday :
Will practice In all the Coorts of the State ter, or those desiring either fruit or agricultural month. October 'list, every day:, rATmcri MUt free. Addreu
make the best oUt
them to Ulle by giving ,
I Florida,and the United State Courts. the It MUNN *; CO.
lands. Chas. H. Walton, Palatka, fJiUB: ; Jacksonville, .:'1.00 1..11.
but little food of kind 381 U..4wa", Mew
them grain any Historical ,, ,
P.O.Box,238. TrrUBVTLLE FLA.Honey editor and proprietor, has been well COUNTY OFFICIALS. The Scenic Route. The '
to Loan. IS and especially by not feeding them corn Battlefields Route. Full Information, .1 '
known to the publisher Outdoors for Tltnivllle, jndgei T>. /
Minor S.Jonen, county eto. )
will reservations ,
at all. Treated In this way they Bleeping car
recommends the L. Oaulden Tltuivllle proaeoutlng" attorney!
many years,and heartily Tltuinlle clerk circuit can be obtained by writing or calling 1.j /'
the livelong day hunting for Insects A.A.Stewart. |
spend W'rr.'ail
[>>PE & CAMPBELL. ADVOCATE as being a newsy bright and f.: Wooten, Coooa tax amwmiori K. : upon HUOH 1:.. RICHARDSON, f
Outdoors and ,seeds of all kinds, and will tharpe, tax onn..l"rl. ) A.T. Fanter,Tituavllle, G. A. MCDONALD Gen11 Agt.O. .. ..,
( ,
reliable weekly paper.-From treaeurer t J. H. Banm, Courtenay. miperlntoadent -
-widely-mad monthly New thus keep healthy, active and In the case public liMtructlori) J. u. Frle, Orlando 1'. A., Maoon Ga. Jacksonville. I .
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, a popular of laying hens, producers of eggs. Throw county: lurvevor)1.1.P Brown Tituavllle,herlff. ." I't
York publication). ,
open the henhouses and give plenty of __ -_u__ _
actBonvlHe Florida.
ventilation, and thus encourage tire fowls AGENTS- 25 to $00 per week cany. ;,

,NEW YORK, Aug,14, 1807. to continue to roost In them and not In You work right around home. A brand ROYAL-TANSY PILLSNICWDIWWVICMY. ,"' ":

GEORGE W. ,ALLEN, Editor Advocate : the trees, from which they will have to new thing. Write to us quick t You 1'1111'VICR' PAl.... ,
be broken later. JToung chickens' will will be surprised at how eaitily 1 It_) can be A DO"',nilKiiie. and..'.r-ller lurmiMprM ;'
.. ATTORNET-AT-LAW Dear Sir:-Your pink paper to hand, done. Send us addruHS. anyway d, eKOWMlve, _nty nr painfuliiwnnturatlon.
his than your .Mow UM
and I must say that It Is a credit to the grow faster treated ( way it will be to your Interest to Investigate. InrlicontUM ItMM orii.''' Ho :1fr.

Key of the cooped up In small yards though they Write to-day. Address. ,. "People's," war*ef MMM. >M.I iltf4lpiwr .. } i think :
West, Florida. East Coast of Florida. It is one M p.rbo., in U tni" l, HoiiMM Wanted-An Idea :r.: i iinilpeleMf
I' have read should always have sufficient grain given 3041 Market St., Philadelphia Paw >I 4 In plain.:.r.r.i..r:: ; ;; .'*:I1!!
Will most weekly/papers temp*fur '
practice In the United States newsy them to ensure their going to roost with ,...........0.p...kl....' rlC,,"."lCI tli < ':'\& '11 :r.t. :U" t ...t ..r -: '
and State Courts. OjunOSFR. country town In your state, "AINI4KJI TltI.. tlrr'-"o' & '
from any 11...., ... 't
,. .. ?JI.'Of' a".I. pM.
and your Indian River merchants and full crops. This, also, is the time of DUD blanks lOo. each; '1.00 per 100, at Sold by J. U. Scroven, only. ._... I'" tIC t.o""'..- ............... w........ : .'1

when the flocks should be culled ADVOCATE office.
F. H. HOUGH ON residents should give, It every support. year
the old hens and roosters be -
success over .
Wishing the ADVOCATE: every '

A i I am, yours truly sent to market before they commence to We have Just received another supply Man Can Run This Steamboat.

DENTIST. --i- J. H. JAMESON. moult. Select from the earliest hatched of very tine grade of tobacco seed, One .

chickens the best pullets, and roosters which will be given away to any person 9 9 9 ? ."

Daytona, .. i .. .. Florida. and mark them, so that they may be safe who will plant It on the East Coast. Call C '
WHITEHALL ILL. send stamped-addressed envelope for
from being marketed or killed until It Is AOVOCATC office. .2 I\
1807. some to tbe titAI
RALPH E. SMITH, Aug16, seen how they feather out and grow.- J3O i",

,- Editor Indian River Advocate} These are to be the foundation for Dedlear's 3 (O 2.ET j' ,:
Boat Tobaw*1011 sad flaw** Tr Ulk .".,., ... '
thanks copies
PHYSICIAN, Please accept hearty flock, and should receive extra ... I ,

of your very bright and Interesting pink care, so as to ensure the, pullets being netlo.To quit nil ot tobacco life, nerve eaally and and vi-or forsver, take be NoToDa mac- .... cd"I \

SASFOB&, .. FLOWDA.T paper; 'also for copies of East Coast early layers In the fall and winter months. .the wonder-worker, thai make* weak men E 3: t 7U

Ilonieseeker, views' of hotels on East!: The chickens not desirable to keep tronf.. Booklet All drugglaU.WoorSI.and sample 'r_Cur AddreasSterling guaranteed. OCU.. SU "

O. FRIES, C. Z. Coast and other literature,, which I assure should be pushed on and marketed as Kerned? Co., Chicago or New VorM \'

COUNTS SITRVETOR. 'you are all highly prized and very soon as possible. They will sell for as .. Q) ] S'. '1 .:

much appreciated. much now as later, and wll\ 'cost much No Cure-No Pay .5 a. ,-... I'.

Land survejed and sub-divided. M.; W. STUBBLKPIELD. less to keep.* By constant care and close That Is the way all druggist sell ... ''1;

Happing neatly ,done. Estimates for attention to cleaning out the hen houses, Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonlo for chills cd .

all kinds of engineering works. Disputed White Fly on the China Tree. keep down the lipe. Use kerosene freely and malaria. U Is simply Iron and qui +'

In and about the nests and roosts and on nine In a tasteless form. Children love MACIIINKHY IIANDLKII FBO1W PILOT HOC". oi\)\
lines a It to bitter nauseating ..... of hold drawa II: Inane* of watnr, anil
specialty.TITUSVII.I.E It. Adults prefer eteamtMiat In Sl-l.. lone, 'n.a-ft.depth |
and spread alr-slaf ked ,. !.,... and .
the chicken labln iTwo folding >
rains here have caused the coops Price COo.WANTED mil...ma IM or. II.w *..H i feet, with SM-f* !b ww. -"'" '
recent tonics. will run .tKb' .
The Ru'"
... ..elly.lnM.. Miima either, wood or coal.W '
Breyard Co. FLORIDA. and mm..t. ) or elBhl none
the houses .
luxuriant llmorln. yards.1KOTOBM \- .\:: (or '1 1.:100: or .1
orange trees to put on a most .101.10.1" _..ipiirtHiie of light freight or bu* will duplicate :'",
-- from ,ooo. o &0 t 1,110I'.
and considerable bloom. The FAITHFUL MEN OR will alter to euU eoudlllona' ,at urloee ..{',
growth, -
'VVanted..A.: aD. white fly, which has proved .uch.a pest for rifty Ceata. I to travel for responsible 13S A 140. Kat: Hay W.,J_fceonvlll&, rU. Kn-lawere: Contractor*. KU.: '..' \\f i''
trees has almost Guaranteed tobacoo bablt cure tnakee weak established bouse In Florida. Salary '9\\
of ,
In every section at once to sell staple and destroyer orange men ftrony blood pure. Mo,(L All dructflate. I .780 and UpeD e.. Potltlen permanent.

goods to dealers; no peddling; experience disappeared from those groves which Reference. Encloae self-addressed "

unnecessary; best side line. '7 .00 a were first Infested, owing It is claimed, stamped envelope. The National Star All reviewed In the new sporting MaRaielnenv "OUTDOORS.

month. Salary and expenses or large to the rapid Increase of the "destroyer," Pineapple, Orange and Lemon'Lond Insurance lildg., Chicago. Jan2!), commission made. Address with 2 cent the quail, snip, woodcock and hare shooter
For Sale
brown Cheap.
stamp for sealed partlonlars,Clifton Soap as many call the grey and fungus. : bayblrd aOdwlld o"llullOer. the big game hunter, the tourist

aod Manufacturing Company, Clncini On the place of the writer It was noticed wheelman, photographer boatman and naturalist. Price lOcta*

Dati, Ohio. "" two weeks ago that the fly bad suddenly I have for sale 80 acres of pineapple Subscription $1.00 per year.New .

left the citrus trees and taken to tfte land on St. Lucle rlvsr, a few miles below 4 ----- York Outdoor Publishing Co., 1370 Broadway.Traveling. .

Pride of India, or umbrella China trees.TbU Eden, 40 of which being northeast In the Circuit Court, In and for Brevard*

Is something we think remarkable, quarter of northeast quarter'of "section County Florida: IJT CII IIICKBY.
Crlmmln* 1VH.
for we have always heard and believed 18, township 38, south of range 41 east; Tboma A. IRlehanl
death to InsecU the other 40 is the northeast quarter ... Paddlann and > Dill to Forenloa
that the China tree was I of southeast quarter of section 8, hi*wife Mary .. Paddl- Mortgage, .... .
/ am bae aevw b .o a thae whM arewra of all kinds. la our young days In East south of 41 east son. J
>honld cnant ecalnrt lailare with mot* township 38, range IT the affidavit of D.L.Oaulden,
." -Tb c bae av r b m atlm.whThvure Florida, the farmers would strip the Tba .boyeland can be bought for '10 TT.L attorney appearing for the enmnlatnant, Tbomae A. West or Northwest

UIbTEED China trees of leaves and berries and put per acre. It is suitable for, pineapple Orlninlna, that the'defendant realde*, Richard without P.PaddUon Anl Point- ..-" ,
and K. Paddlaon
them In layers among tha com and oats orange, lemon or lime growing. the State of FlorlJa, and are both over the aw
as they were stored away In the barns tp Will t*) sold In Iota of 4O acres, for of twenty-one yean, and that aald Btahard P. CiI-O Vl.a.; .' -ttrash
out the weevil, and the universal cash. This land will soon be worth $AO i and E. Paddlaon reelde al Point
keep CaewellTstaioof Carolina, and that there n
testimony was that It was a sovereign per acre. I*no penon la the Worth State of Florida the aervlo* : : :: "," J.le: oent 1.a-
C. n. Walton ADYOCATB .
Apply to of a enbpmrna upon whom would bind the aald ,
PrJ bavTseen bacon and hams packed Inlayers office: or to Robbins A Graham, TitusTille defendant*. Richard P. l'add'Jlarr:ealdaefendaaii. E.Paddlana :. Bay Your Tickets via
It I*therefore ordered the thei
with of China t( i
of corn shucks layers .. Richard P. Paddlaon and Mary W.Paddlaoa .
berries and leaves to keep out bacon o ilo appmr at ,be otork'* office at tb* TIFTON R.OUTE
whit fly Tltoarllle.Florida on tb*
kills the
NoW If It MEN OR Court bonae at
bug& well to plant OF BEFTEMBER, A D MNT.to .
do UAT
will WANTED laTH .
I All
cringe growers tbeunbreUa travel for responsible bill Doable Dolly Through Trains. correspondents
rows or demur to complainant's
their groves with alternate It I. CertaiD established house In Florida. Salary of complaint P..1111..r: Mad la tbl oaaM.II promptly' answered and sleeping ear
E Cblna. An,hoW'. '78O and upeoa Position permanent. I*farther ordered that tbl notice be panllabed >>- berths reserved. Will be glad to meet pD.mat
N the writer'
'f,2 !lTowf.9B.rJ: that tbe white 111 baa quit Enclose self ddresM oooe earb week: for four eonaeamtlv* :334 West
: bet Reference. <* < .. depot .In Jacksonville or mr.oalce,
rr a d tbe ('bJaa.a are week*In the I.DI*.. Hi van.ADVOUATW, a n w*>
H_ ..-.- .. orange treeS U they oDlr stamped envelope. The National Star pabllahed In Brevard county,Florida, Day street.,; "Drop me a LIne
*4tiSBg&aM&smaxttc-aM black wltb their germs. In the fall Insurance Bldg., Chicago.TakaCaaearett 'Wtta***, the Hooorabto John D. Broo e. WALTER HAWKINS
n- "''Ief to .. ,.- there tin the lean. drop Jade ""laid eoort,aad. the aeal of aald eoort, Pa .
ltay FU. ** Agt,
--bI.:; ""* them and bum M t.**onr. bouae a* Tttnirvlll! Florida ?
TA.:4' :.::.; ., c.t...;. we can will rake watch and up report ....ulta fow .... e._ .,........... .._. tfa*2nd day of 'DI(1I..4 I*.ISM.IBeal J. c:HAILE, O. P. \. Jacksonville.Savannah .
,:=.: "Ir".Tti''lYW. W* ... A. ..nnUICT.aa Ga
... r of the growers.Bnldentowv -C\&laeD CaadTCaCkartto, lOae***, ] ,
-::::.-. .:.: -- .. ....:! the benefit ) eorre pouden&. If O C.O. (all to enr*,drafctM refiud BMSWT. -n Clerk Clnmll Court. '"
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W 1 :1 I -+ IHDUI Rim IDIOCITE.. +- ports New ,York shortening,to New the Orleans distance some from '* OUR CAPITAL- I.correepondentj IJ2TTJBR. from ter states route received,the that most chief the this feasible.preliminary engineer' week at This of survey the the enterprise capita show canal SprllgShufflerGoods! :

I From our apeda the
and making the route and I Is
\ 600 miles, magnitude
of the greatest
wr i ; ...... .A WBBKLT JOURNAL DEVOTED TO TR, *I.AKBtWOBTIt a.VorMBirr .- much safer, in that vessels wotthereby T.U.LAJIA.8SItE, FLA." Aug. 18, '97. said Is one will be organized with a capitalize

or TUB IMDIAX BIVBB the storms that t i are There were 450 cases on the docket i of tion of seventy-five millions of dollars. :
I AMD BHOtYNB BAT SBOTIO1IS.: escape of Leo To Storekeepers Only
t at the beginning i county commissioners :
.1 --""- prevalent at some seasons off t I the the the Supreme Januarterm; Court,1807, since which tim, county Tbe have authorized a re-Issue of 20,.
PUBLISHED KVBBT FKIDA.T. south coast of Florida. annual summer recess of the of the Leon county pamphlets wit
i the 000
to Stock of the
i 1 I"1 1 rCU. i As soon as the time required bylaw court up July 31st, there has been added additional photographic views and n We now have a Complete aboYe.name
... H. WAITOH, Editor& Proprietor. for the publication, of articles 67 cases. Up to July 81st the court had vised down to date. Every county In
1 Il 'i of incorporation has elapsed, tcompany passed upon 151 cases, rendering 6:1: Florida should get out a pamphlet bureau of and immigration Gocds, at Low Prices. -
and dismisse to the state
.JlEIIIBKB OF 61 ourlams, send a supply
,, ( will secure, a charter. 31 options. leaving per total number of casell where they will be mailed ou' Mosquito Nets, on frames and'"In the piece, fine meshes; Sand-fly nettle,
i THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATIC: The construction of a canal across on the docket on August 1st, '300 case free with its immigration literature., Screen cloth:; Cotton Crashes for Suits; Straw hats; Wash CottontwlesSum;
AFFILIATED WITH TUB the northern end of the peninsula Under tba new constitutional atnem Lawns; Wash goods, White goods, DUCKS, etc. We keep everything usual!. !.
d at the election, and the demand are prompt in shipments, and aim to give best value for the muse' ,
bound to take place ment adopted ;
i 'Na EditorialAssociation./ of Florida, was I Daytona.Miss
k { I i new Supreme Court rules, It is estimate Liberal dealings our motto.
t9 In time, and' we hope' the present that the court will probably catch up : tennis 'BENEDICT POLLAK &, CO.
Dieamtfnuenee'ofadvtsmnstbemade I l'er- company, which will go to work with the docket'wltbln the next two Linian Thompson gave whlcl ,
; t oniUly at tWs o"'oeby" writing. with every prospect! of success, willi years. The Judicial library of Florida, party last Saturday affair. 32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla,
4 -- containing 9049 ol- proved an enjoyable
I i i outita undertaking. I on July 1st,. 181)7) ,
Check,etc.,may: be'made payable to CUA.JI.LBII. carry umes, consisting of printed records of Capt. W. H. Douglass, our city tax "
Jd t i '' H. WALTOIC! ,poblUitmr and proprietor, the state, state reports and statute collector, went to New ,York Thursday '
.. :
H '. FLORIDA-NASSAU STEAME times down to' date from office< From
---"- --- from territorial lie expects to be away. his SAVE MONEY And Bay ##
and statutes
dJ .- Supreme Court reports about two weeks!
J AMONO ,the'''sportsman's! magazines i other states, text books, digests and the folks
; of young
of to-day, "Outdoors" w\1l\ The following is a description abridgements; to this however, shout Last Friday evening In/ the Opera house, ES :8 :ao.-c-es::
II, 'M take a high place. It is filled with the new steamer now being built properly be added documentary report had a "german"the temperature. It was twoo'clock ;:r ,
1 interesting to the huntsman for- the .Florida-Nassau service and statistical works from Washlngtoi despite before they finished the las

matter, gunner; yachtsman, fake from which it will be seen that for and the other various of states state; In nearly the COO cue figure. Garden Seeds Flour Grit
will Cody of the secretary Feed
pf Grain
N e j she of the filing 'Hay
ofI' of'equipment has been given
It '' noun-in fact 'to the follower i elegance volumes, aggregating: 15000 volumes, Notice I
of the oatlng of at least $75,- articles of Incorporation of a company! ,
and every'form 'of sport, and equal airy many with an estimated! value electric roar 1 ,

Its any pages willnot; be found lacking palaces of the day: southe 000. and A great valuable many and of it these destroyed books could are who from propose the depot to at build this place an across the Meal and Cotton Seed Meal,
the ; rare
"The for to Or-
tothe ready steamer and thence
in intefest general not be replaced. The Florida judicial river Seabreeze/:: ,
4 ,
; .j It is beautifully illustrated; and service is now under course of con- Iibra most favorably witl mond. Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills\ all kinds-'of insects; Harmless to man' c or

'j I ,. while it; perhaps can)hardly be saM itructjion 'at Cramps' shipyar, Any judicial library in the southeri We are getting sufficiently entered civilized Mrs.to east. Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations.
want" it i i Is Philadelphia.' She will be the tinest states. have a burglar. Someone JACKSONVILLE
"fill long-felt FLA.
to a carnivals and North'Beach 124 W. Bay street.
Anderson's store on Office:
C4 i y American Coastii Congresses conventional I.[ M.
boat in the
i nevertheless, a great addition 1 to fairs are the order of the day In Florida street, Saturday night, and carried off
r' the sporting literature of the day. trade: 'surpassing everything pow now. The first named is the Gainesville about $40 or$50 worth of shoes and dry
"Outdoorses published and e-lIlte In the service. Her length is 240 i i'eet Carnival, August 18th and 10th, next i III roods The store ocdupled by Messrs. Carriage and
i draft 10 feet; tobacco convention, eel'or was also entered, but .p I. E. IclORRAY
feet Austin
:Mr. ien. Lnutrel Lucas', No. 1I beam 40 the Lake City Jones & .
0 ( to
r l by to 28th, with merchants'week there was nothing there
ballast tanks,. bUge. Oct. apparently
$ will have {
a I :Madison ave., New York'and cos She carnival at Jacksonville and severa tempt; the Intruder. It Is thought, that I & Wagon
% ten cents a copy or $1 a year, and keels,electric lights, and electric.. others, the date of' wblc1J. has not. yet the !guilty party will soon be apprehended. _
4 j. it i lit well worth so small a sum. 'ans' 'jn every room, a double elec.l< been set. -The most Important of theseongroasea BAKER, Material
trio plant and a search light i of.. will be the international) fish The event of the week was the excursion
I.1,000 candle power. She will .IInighed >ry congress sot for 10th 1897,at Tampa. from Jacksonville,*on Sunday Dealers In
THE CAMPHOR.._. TREE... in white mahogany and one This of congress tbe most will Important unquestionably'gatherings' be Inthe he he; F.second E. C.of By.a series is giving of to outings the Halifax which Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts, etc.,etc

I rbijte; and gold; her state room history of the state. The promoters River.; A fortnight ago excursionists Main and Church Sts., -' 'JACKSONVILLE, FLA.'TheNew .
1 'Florida,,will in time probably the deck, and are will not only have repre- unannounced:
fill be on upper of this congress Iropped In on Ult almost .__, *_ ..
one of the chief sources of to be forty in number; They will lentatlves duly accredited from every here. was no preparation for them, andhe j -- -
? the'aupply of camphor. Owing be state rooms, but state in the Union, but the Governor of consequence was, the party went
s tot merely baa
Florida has been requested, and time all the hotels
destruction of the
the wholesale home hungry.
e > rather parlours, a number of thei given;; credentials 'to the promoters, requesting those that are open) and restaurants <
of China (
'vast camphor forests: laving brass bedsteads in them as [ duly accredited delegates from nade ample arrangements!, for providing .
j 1 Japan and Formosa, where their! well as a sofa, and the balanc early every ciiilized nation, and they for any number from 1,500 to 2,000, butt
practice.has been to cut down the under berth with fill likely attend. These congresses are happened that mary-almost half of
Ie t laving a Florida famous the world folks, and Selden Door Company
entire tree even the roots being fast making he party-were colored Cypress
will be
J little' remains of a Pullman upper. There over> and can but result in attracting desirable irought their lunches with them; besides ,,
dug up'very now and and investment in at-
unning water in every room, immigration which there was a dining car
i what baa been heretofore 'the chief a folding waebstand with ever 'Torlda, not only from every state, but ached to the train. Our caterers, therefore .ELLATIK'A FL.A.,
1: ? ,
of supply. It has b'een quarter of the globe: in the vocative.
I L BOjirce, convenience known at the rom every found themselves -
in ,Florida the possible Bids are being advertised for by the flne'however, and the tourIsts October let, 1800, turned-the steam on to
t found that gut 'date. The boat is to be of for the selectionf :he-day was Opened
1 8th
present until thoroughly.
I, could be commercially' produce steel;, and will earry the highest Governor a location of the Florida reformatory Between.seemed two and to' ,enjoy three hundred it bicycles One of the Largest and' Best Equipped Door, Sash, Blind

M from the leaves and twigs, withou 0-year r) class; will be twin screw chool. By. liberal interpretation of were brought along to take advan-

'.. injury to the Is,bearing trees, mak The with a speed of'15 ,knots nature. tbe law, of there about will$25,000 be an following annual appropriation this- tl\ge excursionists of Daytona's numbered avenues a and thousand beach. and General Wood Working Plants in the United States

camphor tree an evergreen, and 17 knots forced draft. Tbe' .
I n8t1 tu tlon.
,., lag three growths in a year, and "The fact of so fine a boat being, I. The great Florida_ship canal is, once strong.oj< And with experienced management, (covering a past experience the of eight belt
requires very little attention afte built for this service is already be tore demanding attention from many ofthe Ink years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect will cover
IJest Our
set out. Besides being most Important papers throughout material and workmanship at our hands. production
being once deal of possible
attract good Tanks Glass, etA!
to a ,
inning Materials:
The, New Orleans press is Blinds Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house
the Sash
commercial value country. 10 Doors, ,
considerable postpaid,
of ttentioa in the shipping circles inthe Iscusslog the scheme editorially, and Black or "red, one pint, -
i ,' the tree will take first rank among) states. The vessel is unde says that the city stands ready to render ants. W. P. UNDKBWOOD Roseland, Fla.,

i ornamental shrubs, its perfect!; intract to be delivered Januar substantial aid to the enterprise A let
''conical shape and dense foliag :
1st 1898.
addition MIAMI -
a very *
to the garden shrubbery. Whili TO KLONDIKE ?
# i the' ''camphor tree is at present FERTILIZERS
somewhat of a 1'811ltIt is only a ...

,; I }i'' largely question grown time and before cultivated: it will b In e It another seems'that boundary what dispute threatened is no tQbe Information regarding town Lots Now on Sale !!

for commercial likely to materialize, as the (Alaskan When you are In the'market write for
state purposes
boundary Is demarkated will our _.
iffl6ient certainty as to admit ofno : <
.ELECTRIC LIGHT. AND FOLIAGE doubt as'to1' "which Is whose.; Complete; Fertilizers-: : : : A. E. KINGSLEY, General Agent

Nations, like individuals'are everon ;

We publish on our third page a I the alert lest one should get ,
letter giving some interesting ahead of the other in extracting Vegetable "

points ''as to the non-injurious effect I. the plums from the pie of wealth, and potash, and other brands. PROPERTYi

? of electric light on trees and and the least encroachment upor Works CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE

I foliage. It has been surmised by each other's supposed rights, is the The Armour Fertilizer Selected
i Carefully
some residents of Daytona that the I signal for unamiable language, andoften all parts of the Town. '

light'would be, deleterious to the I rumors of war-sometimes Chicago Fruit and Vegetable Lands on

growth of trees, but It seems that even war itself.If v Biscayne..

1 it is tolerably certain such Ie not any of our readers have Where these fertilizers are made, having unlimited l source ,dCinmi: : River and.Bay

the case; in fact, experiments caught the gold fever and are bent from which to draw their supplies, use nothing but the very Itr Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.

made oh vegetables would rather upon a journey to Alaska in searcha best materials, and there are no goods made Better than our Main Office Hotel Miami MIAMI,; FLORIDA
t go to prove the opposite. It ia natural a fortune, it will be well tocount COMPLETE FERTILIZERS. We solicit your orders. ,

1 to suppose that had there been the cost before starting, """

any bad effect, it would have which they will have ample oppor- ARMOUR & 'COMPANY, .

shown itself long since la tbe parka tunlty to do, as it Is utterly useless '. CHAS. N. WELSHANS,

.. ..nd) avenues of the cities all over to attempt the voyage before next Jacksonville. Fla.

the world, for there has been ring. Then the Journey Itself is *. _

plenty of.time since' the introduction no summer-day picnic; the goldregion '
I of the electric light for street of Alaska is "quite a, good CEMENT BRICK, LIME, SHINGLES, COAL ,"

lighting purposes, to make a noticeable way." from the golden land ofFlorida E.7 B. Williams .& Co..r ,

difference in the growth of and many hardships' willbave ** HAIR AND LATH. **

.tree So that until anything ia to be undergone before thenew Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants..,,
the it will be hunter is I.reacbed. ...
proved to contrary mecca of the gold State Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils.
r safe'to infer that the electric light Besides the great distance Broad St., ATLANTA GA. \
L .. eaa do no barm to Daytona' beautiful to be traveled, it must be remembered 65 South Old I 'Phone 8. )o( 13 Hogan Street

ahade trees, nor serve as an that after leaving thetown. Foreign sand JOomestlo: Frni"ts.VEO"ETABLES .
excuse toe not planting trees in of Junean, civilization is JACKSONVILLE_ _
I Itraveling
cities and towns which use this practically left behind; then, ,the r ..HUITS'r --

s mean -of illumination., Daytonaseeds itself is enough to determany Oranges,

l an -electric light plant, and from 'making the attempt.The String Cauliflower.OkraCelery.Beans.. Bananas, DR. C. 'F. HOUSTON ,

by.all means let this prosperous journey lies partly over wild, Grape Fruit

L and beautiful town have it. deeolate. mountainous country, Cucumbers. Limes Lemons, :EIN"T:: : A.'Tf'ARLORB.. '
where most of it must be made or Tomatoes. .
Beets, Cabbage, \ Keene'V
THE FLORIDA SHIP ,CANAL foot or in sleighs; it must be made Squash, Pineapples, EatabUlibed 1884. )o( Cor. Bay and Laura Sts.,over Mrs.

partly by canoe, partly by boat New Potatoes Strawberries
the"re ice floes and through dangerous JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
a If seems thus Is reasonable amidst Asparagus Cocoanuts. to $$2I'lalltic ;-
a chance of the long-talked-of project' rapids, some of which arc : ; Third National Bank. Atlanta. Ga.; O o.K.Jobnmn,CaDdY Mfg., Atlanta,, : For the next 30 days prices will be as follows:' Gold Fillings!, $1.50 Full aetlvery
of building ship canal actossthe entirely unpa able for boats, and Ga.l RttFEREXOKSt Armour: PaukengCo.,Atlanta Oa.j Ueo.M.Taylor.W.S.Duncan 4t: Co.,Atlanta,Oa. Fillings, 60c. to tl; Alloy Fillings, $1 to $1.50riates,, & to $8;
( best), $9 to $10 Extracting free, by painless method where plateBGalffmade.
t where the craft has to be dragged
t'I r northern .part of the state First-class: operators and polite attendants. Gold and
reaching fruition.\ The actual survey mile after mile, so that it will be Sets i of Teeth made and repaired.

', of the proposed route will seen that an iron constitution will Premier Flour of America.Unexcelled : --
a The
shortly begin, under the eupervia be a necessity to the prospector.

I; 1 ion of,Mr who, R.is M.also CaHall.chief, the engineer projector While there of further are unbounded and perhaps possibilities S:. .:eJt;; ::: :.. :eeOS-:: .,

of the company, and the route followed ; richer discoveries of gold in the I Biscuit

will be from a point on the Yukon basin, :when everything ia 1 it
coast about twenty *miles taken into consideration the question Wholesale and XIX Retail:Dealers In
f west 1 B X
.J ti
i south of Cedar Keys to a point will arise, "is the game worth M (
of Palatka the candle ?>'" which question must and '
4 about two miles north For HARNESS
u on the St. Johns river,'tbace down be left to the, decision of the Inlvldual. si rrrQ VEHICLES, ,

the 'St. Johns to Federal Point, For ourselves, we.feet no
St. Johns great anxiety to go to so much C '
s thence through county And
passing Just south of Augustine; trouble to gain a possible.for tune, .Bread Pastry Bicycles.

and Anastasia and advice to those of our South
;, Island across, to the the bay' channel across the readers about, to go to Klondlke, e9 Largest Stock andllowest Prices in the .

would be the same as Punch's ad- solicited. and Carlisle Wheels.JACKSOTVILLE
Augustine inlet. L i Correspondence 'Agents for Victor, Banes .
., ; 1\ when completed, will rice to those about to marry, via: JACKSONVILLE FLA. .
This canal, presented b) ,F. M. BURST, FLORIDA. .
; i prove of great benefit to the Gulf Upon't. ;..--..... '

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Melbourne.- F. E R T I L'I Z 17 D Q j jI 4 4SPICI

GOODE &: .GOOD .-Rea1 Estate and Loan.
Agent for Etna, London and Liverpool and EL JTi
(Hobe. and imperial Fire insurance Special at MF
attention pall to the Interests of non "rest-


llealltlfully the Indian Bttnatt River.on a rtniMUuw high bluff accom overlooking !: (D

tJ and rates nuumnable.1C. .
ROBE11T30X, Proprietor. i -TO- :

Ilnxaitr, \11'1I.Chas J. F. Campbell & Co., Milllnery. [it .Pir flH

.and Notions woven, Underwear Dry Goods,,Kerrln'Laltell'.| Renowned readymade .eapplerOWers__ ,

Corsets etc,embroidery and colored silk,
N souvenir spoons, Stationery,eto. r.l
ar .4.11 .x -nand For't111.zor.; '

Our mayor now rlden a bicycle.. : Price $25.OO. nr- Before buying the following :Materials! be sure: and) apply to ;' fLIGUARA.'frEED

POWDERAbsolutely Clarence Hall Is adding another story ANALYSIS: us for prloes,'and we will prove to you we can save :you money. sI
to his
cottage Moisture.......... ..........,........ .. .,. 4. ft to 10 ,STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE, :
Pure. Joseph Chafte of Ammonia ... B to M 1
town last Monday.Mrs. Bay View, was In [-I Eq\llwtot"I..hateot. Ammonia.........."...". .". .''., .............. 80 ft to to 2A eEgttaltoBonei'ho.phaIeof BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE, 't r

..,...rated for its leavening etrenathpealthtulneee. .. ......
fl'6at .
Lime 11 to IS
the food against C. J. F. Campbell left Wednes- DISSOLVED BONE,.NITltA TE OF SODA,
: Tot.*tl K'J:: O ..... ..,. .. eta 6K
adulteration to
of common
.In and all form day for New York city, on business. <|iiiU to Sulphate ot'1'otaeti.. ..., ,. ... slo 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS .
cheap brands. lIlajtn..l.. ,Uine,Soda, etc. ". ....,. M to 00 E-I
BAKING POWDER CO.. :New York. Capt. Frank Powell took a jolly party E-I .
Write for Pamphlet.
of friends for a rnponlight sail, the other IfcjBf Special
EJT": Special Mixtures compounded'with machinery at very low.. 0
Sebastian. Mamy of our housekeepers are busy H. prices. .
canning guavas, making jelly, catsup ;
and .
'ho rainfall this week was 19-100 ins. pickles.The ladles of the Congregationalchurch Please Correspond? with us before being'induced to buy from Dealers. Sond for n '

he schooner. Olivette passed south serve Ice cream and cake every H : Pamphlet. '
esday. Saturday, from 2:00: to 0:00 p. m. .

oe Geiger; from Jacksonville, was Joe Wilkinson, one of Rockledge's i LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.

e Tuesday. popular young; men, Is the guest of Mr. III
and Mrs. R. W. Goode
hard work week.
I;. Parks is at building a .
w fish boat. Jas. T. Hogg left for Nashville, Tenn. i :raoksoc.: villa", "loJid..a. ,

last Monday, where he expects to spenda --
.Kitching made a business trip to : .'
lew weeks, on business and pleasure. "
eoa, Tuesday. of Lantana, was In the city this week,
EOT. W. A. Louder held divine service The City Council has passed an ordi- Seabreeze.BOARD looking after his business Interests G. G. SPRINGER ;
nance that bicyclists will have to take ti
e last Monday the middle of the road. and not the side E. L. Bra Iy. Durst, of Bluffton, Ind., called on walks. AND LODGING at Seabreeze Tltusvlllo on Monday night's train. Mr.
merchants this week. nicely situated a few doors south of>S Brady will remain here probably week.
Capt. George; Gleasoa brought a jolly the Seaside Inn, on the ocean beach. Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of
Ihs May Kttching Is visiting relatives party from Eau iallle, one night last Good bathing and fishing. Rates from James Cronshaw, traveling salesmanfor
Stuart, on the /fat.: Lucie rljfer.idea week, for a moonlight ride on his fast $0 to $8 per week. the well known wholesale firm of W. I
visiting launch. W. W. ALCOTT P. Sumner & Co., la In tho. city, In the '
Jessie Newlan is Mr. and ,
Interests of his house. IC I : EDisfeLled.: ,
Seabreeze Fla. AND
H. Futch at Riverbank cottage. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Oslin left here last .
V. E. Stephens, traveling auditor for Monday;for a pleasure trip to Georgia, The work of grading Avenue D. Is progressing "
Tennessee and Kentucky. We all wish HO t FOR THE BEACH. Hawley & : rapidly and will soon bo com e
F. E. C. Ry., was In town Tuesday. them a safe and pleasant trip. Alcott's hack meets north and south pleted as far as North Miami. This will

uavas are now very plentiful here, bound trains on arrival at Daytona; make a great improvement In our city. :

I I the ladles are very busy making last The Tuesday T. P. P.evening Club by was Miss entertained Annie 25 cents round trip to Seabreez. Fine Contractor Merritt has been awardedthe "WalterRefrigerators :
and surf bathing, etc.
j preserves. Haslehurst, at her home on New haven contract for the erection of the pub-
Mrs. Willard and children, of Braiden- avenue. All report a fine time. lic school building In Miami. This build- '
spent several days here this week, Mr. Chas. II. Walton expects to re- Ing will be quite an acquisition '0 the Ice Chests;, Freezers and Water Coolers.
Messrs. Frank Fee and
of Mr. and Mrs. Hardee. turn to Seabreeze to-morrow. town when completed. ,
guests have just received two fine wheels. % FACTORIES...... \
'be sound of the saw and hammer can They can now be seen riding on the II. Q. Hawley has rented his cottage to Mr. King, who Is employed as a com
heard all day long; there are two new shelled streets and enjoying life like the Mr. King, of Paisley, who has his family positor In the olllceof the Miami :Metropolis Cocoa and West Palm Beach.
Idlngs in course of construction. other boys. with him. Is contemplating an extensive
I ... .
north and
the west, and
'' throughout --- ----
i. G. Hardee has several men at work Winter tourists are already writing to Col. C. C. Post Is certainly makingsome probably leave next week.
ting his fishing fleet ready. The firm Goode & Goode and others for. cottagesto big Improvements at City Beauti
It Is stated that he out $500; saloon SEEDS I SEEDS !II! For Fall Planting.
act to open up about the let Septem- rent, for the coming season. Some ful. pays William N. Woods Justice the Miami
say they want to come In October and remain per week In wages alone. man, was before Ashton last

here until May. Whiting fishing In the surf Is being week, charged with having sold Intoxicating : SJ.7S but. bus Valnntlnn.. bas
as. A. Hudson has been seriously 111 to minors. lie bound DKANH--Rflfiifpwt Imp. per I RofuinM loon tn 1 aa.TIl per )t tl.TA per |
in and catches liquors was ltlaokWas. '.l.WiMirIiu Gulden wu. fil.noper/ bu.. Warclw.
much Indulged: large .j 1 | honey,4E1Upeebushel.
the week. Dr. Smart of Texas Mr. and W. R. Jackson have
past the enthusiastic dis- over to await the action of next County nRKT: -AllvarlatliM.fta.oi.1 MM. nnr |iounil.J''l. '
a telegraphed; for and has charge of moved to our town, from 'East Mel have been made by Court, which convenes at Juno on the AUB Hbuiilaril varieties' Wo. sj.no per pound! J Florid Monitor. !Sao ".., M ncr' lb. )
case. bourne, much to the delight of some of ciples of Sir Isaac Walton. first Monday in October next. I C.ELl1ltY1I..ton: Market, slant, IhuiihalT., Maxloan Hulltl, Baraanali Market, 001...... IMIlf-bltJAOh.o
Whit Plume, iflo. <'' *1M per lb.LErrfCltd'urlel
award Bros. arrived this week with their town friends here,.as they are earn Everyday brings: a.largo number of of West I'alm ( Hlmi> >n, iMmniin. Royal, f Taliban.. EArly PH..head." IIannnn. New York Die .
and est workers In the C. E. Society; visitors, and the beach looks lively with Sheriff I Chilllngworth, llomoii,BalamunUur.. Itanvor Marisy California Cream, loo.a*., tl.Mfml lb. Part amt Lou-
of horses and mules which
they Beach, came down on the freight train,
lovers of the
based in Jacksonville for use in The frame work1l' the high school Its whirl of gayety. To last Sunday, to look for several criminals TURNIIN-WhIt.ElatDutohrnrpl.Trop, ( Flat' IMitah WhIU Globe, Purple Top dial, White
ir sawmill business. building Is up, and the contractors, seaside, this Is an Ideal place; who had escaped from the northern KBIT HAOA Haven-Top Imiirnvnil,Cow) Morn American,Bo.<>*no.,Its, na.,W.Ilk: lb.). i!III'-Ib.".i"Hnu..r Ib.IUITA pet. lb.

he Epworth League will hold a mis- Messrs. Bell and Baker, are pushing the A musicale was given at the Seaside part of the state. A full I lie mall harden l sod riell Seeds on baud. riorfila' ami Georgia Rye and Rust roof
work as rapidly as possible, BO the buildIng Inn, Wednesday evening under the OMts. Write for prlow and price list to a
service which to bey lumber dealer
nary promises will be completed by the first of management of Mrs. Patton, of DeLand. John Cook, a prominent L. CAMERON. Seedsman
next all are arrived In Miami
interesting Sunday; of Volusla county,
October.G. attended and much enjoyed.A .
It was well 126 East St. JACKSONVILLE FLA.. '
dlally invited attend. last week, and will remain for some time ,

1. G. Hardee brought two fines F. Pad dison, Eau Gallie's lumber very popular ride on the wheel Is the guest of Adam Corral, our popular _. ___.... .. H _... ._ .. .... _.. .._ ...__. .. ._ _.. '_.'_ .. __ .__
back very merchant, was In town last Saturday, to the wreck, about five miles north of livery stable man. RV
with him from Jacksonville
3 of them fine saddle horse, and seems very happy over the arrival of Seabreeze, and almost every day a merry of 1lrand.Mrl.Ed.J. \ .
being a A party consisting .
a new girl baby' at his pleasant home party can be seen making their way there. The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co. 4
ich promises to be a fast trotter; It is hoped she will remain there for Laws, Miss Ida Johns and a numberof --V
time. If you wish to have every comfort others enjoyed a sail to Cape Florida ,
some while at the ocean beach, stop at the last Sunday, and spent the day very
Fort Pierce. R. V. Kavanaugh, station agent at Seaside Inn. The cuisine will\ be found pleasantly strolling on the ocean beach. m. I "LJIILO> r, C -or1'1 Mana: .or. m mI

this place, left last week for a twomonths' excellent, and the hostelry first class In
John Douglass, who Is engaged; ; In truckIng (LATE CHAPMAN A SUDLOW.) lr
vacation and to visit other .
expects every respect.Col.
Ve need rain badly In this section. his home at Chattanooga, and also ,go: four miles up the Miami, paid our South Jacksonville Florida. Fir
C. C. Post's new cottage on the city U visit this. week. Mr. Douglass ,
Irs. N. Storman left for a visit up the to Nashville will fill, before his he returns. his J. ab-W Boulevard has been purchased by F. S. has been off to Live Oak, on a lengthy; MANUFACTURER OF '
or Monday. Kemps .place during Britton, of Boston, which*latter gentleman vacation and Is much Improved I In health.

fessrs. James Bell and T. Bevill left sence. will manage Mrs. Post's paper, Gadsden D. Bryan is again In the city FERTILIZERS For Pineapples and 3
daosday for Jacksonville. Among the late arrivals at Hotel Carl Freedom, that will be published here Instead looking after his contract work near Oranges,
eton, we notice; Mr, Serjeantsen, Hobe of at Boston. to .
Snake Creek. Mr. Bryan expects
rs. Alonzo Cook left last Saturday Sound J. W. Kemps, F. E, C. R'y; Wm ,
; move his family down from New Smyrna and Dealers in Kind of, Raw Material l
Miami, on a visit to her folks. E. Stychens, St. Augustine: ; John U. Banyan. next week and will locate here perman- Vegetables, Every ,

anon Gave will hold services In the Stychens, Plant System; Joseph Geiger, 00; ently., y yTito
tot Jacksonville'Mr. and lUr.. E. P. Branch I Cotton 'Seed Meal Tobacco Dust Kanit Etc. Also
church Invited. next Sunday; all are and Thomas Chaffee, Melbourne.Mrs. Setting pineapple plants Is the orderof Messrs. John Fudger and Samuel Wilson ,
dully the day. two prominent gentlemen from De- : F>.D:1o"U.: ElarcS-T1.D:1o: : : :Brand M

P. Cobb left last Friday for New Cogging and son, Master Clarence Rev. Tresca preached on Sunday morn- Land, arrived in town on the yacht Volusla. Ammonia. . ... .. .. . .. ,4 to B per cent t 1
rk, on a visit to his mother. We wish of San Francisco loot arrived here last ing last to a full house. His sermons last Monday evening, and are taking Available Phorf.( Acid.... . .fI to 8 per cent J lor 1 920.OO Per Ton. .
i pleasant trip. Monday' alter a long, trip of sister eight of are very Instructive. In the sights; of our city this week. Potash K O. . . . .6 to 7 per cent )
travel. Mrs. Cogglns Is a himself. highly
day Mr. expressed
note\ a number of our citizens took Mrs. John Goode, of this place, and It Is I The trading schooner Nona, Capt. pleased with the future of Miami. Highest Commercial Value given our brands the last Bulletin. Write for
antage of the cheap excursion to over twenty-two years since they partedIn : John McLean, was doing business In Prices. Orders for 2 tons and upwards for our brands will be delivered free .f all ,
ksonville, Wednesday. Chicago. Mrs. Cogglns bas come hereto Banyan on Tuesday lost.MUs j On last Tuesday night the Woodmenof freight charges to any railroad depot on the East Coast at catalogue prices, until 1 M
of of was the the World gave a grand ""blow-out"at further notice.Fred'k..
fr. Male visit relatives and for a change Kate Tropic, A
of Jensen has been Jone"l
regtsterat Gardner who ispossessed
from their lodge room. Mrs. ,
In the of
the Fort Pierce climate, as she has city guest; of orenoe
hotel. He has been establish
commission to
San Francisco for twenty-two years. :Saturday: until Sunday last.
his 4
ng luck .
tarpon fishing.r. Grovel for the ladles' of the order,
with Mel-
May she be so well pleased The many friends of Chas. T. Harper,
Davis, accompanied by three orr bourne that she will want her family to of Courtenay, were pleased to see his delivered very able address on the Importance I
carpenters, left for Gilbert's bar to move here and settle with us, and try smiling face In Banyan on Sunday and of organizing a "Ladles Urove"In S. Morse
id the club house for the yacht club; this climate for the next twenty years. Monday. Miami, to work In unison Woodmen with the .. xX-
wife and Woodmen. About twenty
family went too.
Last Sunday evening a very InterestIng F. A. Houston and John Simmons with their wives were present. Ice cream .
Has Ella flashing, our popular post- report from Mrs. E. C. Thomas, del- I passed through; Banyan Monday, en and cake were served,and during the festivities ES':2''
tress returned Thursday, from anenderi egate of the Christian Endeavor Society, route up the Banana river In search of Frank Idner contributed music eE:: ].. .:r:.. : 'ATE,

trip up In the northern part of to the convention at San Francisco, was alligators, for their skins. from his phonograph, which was highly <'

state, much Improved in health. Her read, and listened to with Interest by a The many friends of C. D. Provost, our appreciated by all resent. The social ,.,w'-r .A.acr: : Dad.o 00., IrxORIag ;
ny friends were glad: to see her back large congregation, at the Congregationalchurch. Lotus merchant, are pleased to see him broke up about midnight,and all departed '
In. We understand there was only back again; from North Carolina, where expressing themselves as bavlng'spenta
one delegate from Florida to the C. E. he has been spending a part of the sum-' most enjoyable evening. AGENT FOR LANDS OF -
convention, and Melbournltes feel proudto The seemed to Improve his .
mer. trip .. .. .
Roseland.! from our pretty -,- -- Florida Const ;
know that It was health somewhat.Mrs. East .Railway Company p
little town that delegate was sent; but J. M. Minor and her son, John Florida Coast Line Canal A Transportation Company, ,f\

Adams Is spending a few days with Melbourne don't kind.believe The In being reading slow In of Clohecy, were very pleasant visitors to NEW YORK Boston A Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company. ;
of this
Vhlte anything week. This
last was
at f'
Trilby.Cottage. the report was well rendered by Miss C. their Banyan first one visit day In this vicinity and they -. ---..--. ..--- ---. --. ... ----
ra. J. Goode, of Melbourne, has been L. Marsh and Mrs. W. R. Jackson. Impressed with ,the location -
favorably CO.
Ling her daughter, Mrs. L. C. Moore, were and fertile soU.I TAILORING .. Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor Cotton. States and International. Expessslee,
Atlanta,Oa., JIIU
been quite 111 for several days, When In want of any kind of building I t
better now.' material In car loads or otherwise, the I lumber and other building material .' r

he F. E. C. Ry. pumper kindly lent Builders'' Supply Co., at St. Augustine: Buy direct from the Builders' bupply POPULAR PRICE TAILORS. THE H HAMMOND COMPANY rA
to a will be pleased to snake you a delivered ,
b party of hunters to cut down have Co., Ht.:! Augustine: and save th"ll1m bel'i
age; up to date the borrowers have price at your station. You noagent's i yard man's commission. ,
,ouen to return the ax and the lender or middleman's commission to .
Been chopping wood with a hatchet, pay. We Carry the Largest'and
I sting the arrival of a new ax. m Miami.Miss PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS. ::1

Is claimed by some fish Courtenay.The Most Line ."
a protective McCrimmln U visiting her brother Complete I
fish '* not needed as there Is no Neb. Chicago, Ills. '
Hammond, Ind., South Omaha, .
r of fish |In the Indian mosquitoes are decreasing very Joseph McCrimmln. ;" !]
>hi. necessary to persist In BlTer. Why Mrs. Jas. T. Sanders has been on the of Suitings and TrouseringsIn Salesrooms, 234 West Bay St., Thos W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville, Fin *

Sebastian river to fi htIllegally fast.J. D. Same transacted business to. sick list, but Is Improving.
eves> then fall to make average day Cocoa, Tuesday. extensive pine- Markets idrucipg Rapidly on Lards, Hams and Bellies.
Denham Alberry, an
P.II: ,
: Lately chore has been Illegal the state...... .
no la
business 'h'
log here and D. J. LaRoche transacted apple ,grower of Planter, Is la the city onbusiness. '
the number of mullet
Perceptibly Increased Cocoa last Friday.F. _,. write: "U.& f oir Prl.oe: :; ,'

Tl YOUR P. Harper last week.visited the county seat .from Hon.Coeo.nutGrove J. W. Ewan IT., spent S. Commissioner but"Tuesday Salts to Order $18 and $20 _._._-..__- ..-.._.__--_--- __-._ --____-___._...--- --- .-- "i1f c;
VEGETABLES and fruit one day t
,i tt and B.J Williams A Co., wholesale Another carload of lumber arrived last John in the DeBerry city. has gone to', West Palm Tpnsers to Order $4 and $$ 'JOS PBINTDTC :
produce merchants, 63 South week for H. J. Tiffin. _
few weeks with relatlves
road Beach;to spend a maiL J.
atreet. Samples sent by
Atlanta, Ga. See their Whltlock
and F. L. ,
"* on B. B. LaRoche at that point.J.
page'4. KINDS i
OF "
went to Cocoa last Saturday. W. Parker representing 'a prominent NJBrT::'TOBK TAILORING' COMPANY, & .
Saturday Jacksonville ., U In the city,
pent from noos Executed: at theADVOCATE : '
T. Harper .
Chas. :
NO. East Bay Street, ,
IYOU Reliable and until Tuesday of this week visiting soUdtlog orders for. his firm. 17 .
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r COST OF A TRAIN. ODE TO INDIAN-' IHVEB. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. The florida..(central & peninsularShort RfrQ

c Yh. ...._ Sad :Proflta of Tivel [Written/or&M: Indian' ,River Advocate] Florida, New Philadelphia York. and Boston. Line between Florida tand'all .NortT'eVn Points."

I 7 KnglUh 'a..u-7.. 8. 0..) to New York. Everett Savannah Augusta Ga., Columbia Washington
Port Royal
via Bal
Brnnswie V( .
How many people who travel In train 'L man tlmore. Philadelphia New York Boston and the Fart

ta, ever think) of the cost of running them'1 Tributary of the deep and mighty sea PASSENGER SERVICE.Via ItDUtelL. Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Loalivllle, Cincln..
called whence can tell, F. O. A P. Ry and Cumberland all
Thou art ri.erl none Fernanrtlna, *
t 6 l It; will probably surprise most people Fernandlna 1.30 mi I M and Chicago. \
Bound, might thy appelatlon be; Jacksonville ..16 a lit. p
d+I i who have traveled from London to Edinburgh Or yet lagoon, but neither doth thee quite a. Brnnnwlcic WO P m. I>ml, exoept Sunda .Everett, Birmingham Holly Springs, :Memphis, Little Rock. Kansas: CIty to know that every; mile of the well. Via Everett, alf rail, F. C. A P..Ry, and So.Dally,1>1-assengei Jaeksoinvtlle Louis, Chicago, Sioux City. '
t n. ..00 p rot; Ar Brunswick 1M p. m. River Junction, Penuacola, Mobile, New Orleans, Texas, & exlco r iir
Journey costs the railway company ore allowed on board for rapper Thursday .
1O 1807.1
S t half a crown. The cost of the who; Suffice, It pleneth.fl,to know thee as them art I and the Pacific Coast. Effective! May ,. ,

the to the Sootol Majestlo, tranquil pleasures' own ret..tlNor ; New York Kxprms No. 88, leave J
Journey from English do thy verdant fertile shores hold an)' PROPOSED BAILINGS vllle 8:18 a. ,. with Throurt -

+ capital i. .:50. minor part. L...New York, Pier 21 B.:R.,8:80.. m., (Standard Time.) IT.Brunswick ,,,,,, roN a R. Sleepers for. Savanna Columbia *" 11IIII
The average cost of running a train That all who know thee, once away, retni FridayAnK. 6...... ...... .. ....,...... RIO ORANDJB........;............. ....Friday, Aug.1 1 a 'ns. Baltimore Philadelphia, New York 1 :;
and gladly greet. ... ........................Friday, Aug. M o Eastern p \nta. Connects for Femmew
mile that Friday, AUK. 13...... .......... ....... ......COLORADO v Ae ?
I. In England is SB. 7d. per so HI. ................ RIO GRANDB....... ......... .......Frldty.l QKi 'ZT o u" Arrives Jacksonville 11:80: p. m.
1' the fare being reckoned at Id. per mile, Ills and Friday FridayAug.20., Aug.; 27...........,.....,71..k..fOLORADO. ........ .......... .........Fr.y: Sept.:. 8 '
.1 i a train with lens. than 81 passengers to The croup prattling, Infant freed. of woolens, Friday, Sept. 9.............................RIO OBANDY..r.' .. ...... p. 1 10 o... 1 Jacksonville New York 7:00 Fut p. m. Mall dally' No.for M-: nun I.
4 t r r'' each mile ia run at a loss.'I''There! an And grey-haired seniors rhenmatlsmal )palidispelled For general Information, teamen, trains CHAB.rate D1Y3E8 eto. .apply Agent to,Ito any W.railroad Bay St.agent Jacksonville.H. or 7 .AYANNA e ern point. Carries through Sleet lam?. ,r k,
and gout, villa to New YOI'I!:;. No. 86 arrive .
4*; few trains, however that do not carry With Invalids,the category filled form a jo;'. H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick, Ga. t ti.+K .11:10: a. m. Jwtanry8

,,1 l r t e ) more than this number of passengers,, Who ousjrroupe know thy, blessings and sing praises CO C. H.MALLORY,,General Agent,Pier :.10. E. River and 8112: Broadway, N.Y. e .1 a _

l "I.I i and many of them carry the number the world about. I V F .1u Cincinnati and Jaekeonvilte. No 36

' ti' ?f, 'w,.. doubled many times over. It ia neoesary IV. r .wI d Jacksonville lanta, Chattanooga 7.00 p m, ?Connects via Everett for MaOOn' :

i'' frequently to run trains that do not! When ullln.lted.lOme northern gale sweeps IAnd n ap 0 Nashville, 8t Louis, Chicago and all Loubrltt non,,,
1 i inhabited I r and western point :Returning !
in thinly conn/ train
; y pay-usually th)' face ntn.,
Jacksonville 9 Io
a. m.
). try districts-but for every train run at thou doell' heave thy bosom fretful);" Ll. CI80NVILt
causing discontent, o.M-ne --
'l t ti' a loss probably 100 are run at an eiior It Is forgiven thee the gale Is out of place; Ashevllle Route.

mona profit. Trespassers, where not wanted oft before I JJ 0 Ol P we Car service for Cincinnati Through via BavinSh ai:ffi:r I
I7 ;' I Take for instance the Journey: from have bran aloe. arr. a, r.-.A' bla, Asheville Hot Springs Knoxville, ib"oll"
4 the V, tbe Celebrated Mountain Country of
London to Edinburgh,.which cost 0 k Carolina. Leaves Jacksonville Son

, ; ; I, t railway company .:50. The average With thee.'tlamuob the same from spring tUl. Y a f 0 o v. d It iveii Cincinnati 7.40 a. m. :Returning 7.00 m.arm 4r,,
fall .
r in ,, JackBonvllle 9:10.a m.
number of "through" passengers Thydwellere.eekingand wealth attaint I w "
i these trains la probablY' 60, in which The skip-Jack flsner boys and farmers anAdd 4
t9 Uet of those who gain. ,'inPLe'
to thy 4A w.w
would be nearly
case the total fares N Only Line Through the '
100-a clear gain of nearly 50. When VI. __ m d w Country of Middle lorlda..p.'nsiXSS
r .r these trains OM foe, king winter In mantle white FC4 ',. Ksoambla Bay. Leave Jacksonville : a.
( it ia remembered that run
Live slow
for Lake Oak Madison
; City !
; Troubles not your sons of tan; l(.P O1 iii. alb,
several times a day and every day in Llkeour, northern friends be puts to flight, )i FLORIDA CENTRAL 1.w_ Tallahassee, River I'ensucola. L"UU1t
will be understood what an To nestle with joyous band. Sew Orleans, and the southwest Mexico, Cal:
the it your
I 1 year .. and ,, ornla and the Pacific Coast.. Carries Ill
l; Fr enormous revenue a single line yields in I vn. R.R, s No. 1 arrives Jacksonville 7:11II.: m.

the course of 12 mouths. Supposing the Then, when the golden citrus fruit 44,1O 7ENIh8ULAR and Connections. ,A ---
S average number of passenger to be 60, Hang; In their fullest, ripest hue ,, sore .
4' Leaves JaokHOnvllle 0:1R: a m. for
best, and well suit, Starke.H
1r s the midnight train from London to Edinburgh Thou The art name at thy that's oft been given you you. /rt4fr or"L0 thorneJ.IIYer Spring Ocala, OamesvWq 'todar

; 20,000 for dividend 1e'L.. Key wlld..ood, e.burg, Tayares JIOJ1"
t yields over ., Plan
VTH. Orlado Iaoooohee Dade City, Ct V'
IIrfil in a year I Thy stately palms to add thee grace, Tampa. Arrive Jaolceonvllle.::111 p.m.
+ f S The longest railway journey in the And oft it has occurred to me, NASHVILLE ROUTE-Through Pullman Sleepers, Via Everett Macon AtlaniChatlanoogu. ,,y
would probably be Till It seems reflected in every face tbee.' Leave Jacksonville 7.00 p. m., arrive Nashville 7.00 next p. m. Leave In..h t
United like
Is paradliie '
There no (earthly) 9.00a.m.; arrive Jacksonville 8;:10 next a. m ,
4; from Penzanoe, in Cornwall, to Thnrso, G. W. HAYS. 8:18: a. m.-Leave Jacksonville for Brunswick by the Cumberland. Route steamer, and. en.ber.ndBound. .
If Ifr in the north of Scotland, a distance of Aug. 15, 1897. \ .
4KM p. m*-Local for Everett. Close connection for Brunswick. Shortest and qnlclcwt ma
over 1,000 milea A train running between 6:00I'. M.-Local for Tallahassee. and intermediate points. Arrive Jacksonville::16 p.m.
+ these two place. would exhaust Cheap Excursions to New York Oi4O P. M.-For Tampa and Intermediate point. Pullman sleepers. Arrive JacksonvineiXu
Through Sleepers for Cincinnati via. A.hevllle.leave.. Jacksonville at 7.00 p. m.,. sarlrw AlII
I r I ;; an ordinary clerk's salary for a whole Via Clyd Line. vllle 1.48 p. m.,arrives Cincinnati 7.40 a. m,
N ,. year, the cost being no less than 188.London For Macon. Atlanta two Trains Daily. Leave Jacksonville 8:15 a. m.and 7:00 p. m.
SUMMER RATES to Excursion Folnts-Jn effect June 1st.
I r, Tit-Bits. Pullman Sleepers on all Night Train. Parlor hare between Jacksonville. and Tamps.
I Ith I The Clyde Line'will put. on a special Kf- Send for Beet Indexed Township Map of Florida to -

rl T. Grow Tsvth. round trip rate $32.00, Jacksonville to' SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME I LOW RATES N. S. PENNINOTON, A. O.'" MAoDONELL
; New York, on account G. A. R. Encamp Traffic Manager General Passenger Art'
3. 'A, Moscow dentist has solved the ment at Buffalo. This Is a very cheap .
i t). problem of supplying the human mouth rate and should be taken advantage of Finest Cuisine and Servie. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York. --

with false 'teeth which will grow into by all who desire to take a trip North., t The Fleet Is composed! of the following :Handsome New Steel Steamers i"Comanclie"

the I"lJDlIUJ firmly aa natural ones. Dr. TIokets at this low rate will be good to "Semlnole I Florida East Coast Ry)!
yS '' (new) "Algonquin "Iroquois "Cherokee
t ii 1 Zamensky has performed several successful all from Jacksonville on any of the following -'I ,

I: t i human beings operations The on teeth dogs are as made well amt of day August ships and 16th dates, 6 a.Semlnole m.; Cherokee, |Suu-, I North-Bound. Thu Table .... .- ....... ... a. .r... S. 18"

Thursday August lOtb 9 a. m.; Coman- Steamers are appointed to pail aooordlnl to the tide

s j v gntta peroha., porcelain) or metal, as theoasemajbe. chef 8unJay, August 22nd, 11 a. m.; and From From J CHARLESTON JACKSONVILLE' IS.O.FLA.;' .(calling. .a' Charllltlton. .), Mondays Sundays, tVednesdays Tueedeys and and Thu.day.Friday... SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Rend Up). I lO

,, holes good to return on any. ship up to October For hour of.eufng see"Cl'cIe Line" Schedule or JaoksonvlUe and Charleston dally p..pen.. 01)) 0 i 0 7b! 0 I
At the root of the false tooth 3lat.,/ II III...... r....... w onrtl ; 0:. ...... "'iMi _=_
are made. Holes are also made upward The public are assured that the serviceof SouthBound.Steamers t 1DIOa! '. .... lIP ...... r..8 t. .U....ttD....... Y. IISI' ... 7Oua....... ....".
.:... ...... ...... ,...
......10 ...... Ly.&t. Argn.ltn..Ar. 69..1( "
Into the jaw. The tooth is then placed the Clyde Line Is the finest In the are appointed to salt from Pier:29, East River New York at 8 m. as follows i"wi ......11 ...... ."'..'.''.' ...... ... .Haatb1. ... 4 96p ...... ...... ...... ......
1 In the cavity. In a short time. soft, oastwlse trade, and every care and attentIon For .. Mondays, 'Wednesdays and Friday.. ......11' ...... ....:. ... w .....EieS Paatka...,:::: 4SWp1l .... ...... ...... ,.....
finds 'its from will be shown its patrons. For CHARLESTON8.0..A..,(calling Charleston), Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. ...... ilia ...... ...... .:...: Ar..........Palatka..Lv. 4 ....' ...... ..... ......'
granulated growth way Grand .....11 .... ...... .. Ly........ .P.1&t.... ....... Ar .661 ...... ..... .......
the patient's jaw into the hole in the The Department of Florida ...... 1 ..... ...... ..:.... Ar.........Sn Mate..LY.. It 101. :..... ..... ......
1 tooth.. This gradually hardens Army of the Republic have named the .I j Clyde New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.) ...... 866 a ...... .....: .... .. r..... .Ban' ){ t.o..Ar. ..... ..... ..... ...,...
4 growth Line as the official route for comades 411 I at Charleston, S. O. both ) ...... 19 ...... ...... ..... Lv.. .........C.emond.Are ,..... ..... ..... ......
(Calling ways
holds the tooth in pOIIi tion. Clyde ... .. ,..... ............ ......
I and ...... .. ... .. .. ... ........
; ia stated that it does not matter and friends, and the public are Invited STEAMERS "DELAWARE" AND "ONEIDA". _.... I .... .... ...... .,...... .D.YOna.( .. .. ] ..?.. ...... ...... ......
It to join them. sail follows ...... I "I' ...... .... ...... .. .......; ..........r ........... ..... ......
whether the cavity in which the tooth to F. M. Ironmonger appointed to as From Lewis' Wharf Boston, ...... 1111 ...... .... ...... ........New HW. n... ..... ..... ..... ......
which natural Early application From foot of Hogan Street Jacksonville ...... I ........ ... .Tltu.vllle. .,...... .... ...... ...... ......
is to be placed is one from a Jr., Fla. Pass. Agent Jacksonville, Fla., THUfiaOAm FRIDAYS. J.... ...... 8 ..... .... .......1 ......at Point.........)"r :! .. .. ............. ......
jll tooth has been recently drawn or will secure choice state room aoeomodalons. -.... 'alp :..... .... ...... ........ poee. ......... ..,:... .............. .....
whether it has been healed for some ...... Bat .. ., .. ..........Roekledge< ......." 61'p.( .... ...... ...... .....
_.... 4 ../::.. .::.:. ..:: .. ........EauGalllq.......... ....:. ...... ...... ...m
years.Moscow Letter Clyde's St. Johns River Line. ...... 09.4./ ... ...... ...... .......... ,.......0........... "', ...... ..... ......
TO ...... .... ..,... ...... ...... .........Melboa-ne......... ..... ..... .....: ......

.Why He Married Hew LOW. RATE EXCURSION (DE BART LINE) :::::: : := :::::: :::::: .::::: :: :::::'.::'.=:: ::::::;::: :' l Slop...::::::.::: :: :::::: Neal

EASTERN CITIES. Jacksonville Palatka Sanford,Enterprise Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. ........4 ...... .. ... ....... t.L..e1............ la.............. ...... -
.... IIIOp .... ..:... 50Oa .......'Port Pierce.. ...... ...... ...... ...,.. elsgi.
H qs "......4 asp .:.... ...... 1107... ........ .rdem: ........... :./ ...... .............
We have the pleasure of announcing Steamer"WELAKA"CAPT. : : ... iop ...... .... 112Ua ...........Jen.em.. ......... ...... ...... ...... I">
the Southern Hallway and its con. .:,... 14IIp ...... ..... 8411. ". ...... ....8tuar. ........ J, ,.................. .011
that W. A. SHAW. I ...... 7011'..... ...... 711a'" ........ .AlIcl... ..,.... : ,..... .....' ..... I"
neotlon. will sell on August 12th, 13th' 902a... .... ...... .... .
...... 7 Sip ...... .... Alan ..i..H..belound.: ...... .
1 and 14th excursion tickets to Washington Is appointed to sail as follows! t ....... .... ..... 8111a! .:,::.Wait .Tupl''r....... ...... ...... ......181q I
and Leaves Jacksonville, *. Tuesdays and Saturdays at 8 30 p. m ...... .......... uua Riviera. ...... ...... .......1I1e-
D. C., Richmond, Va. Norfolk Leaves Sanford Mondays and Thursdays at 4.00 a. m;: I ...... :"... ..... Il O9e Ar.....West Pmim. Buac6,...Lv. : ................... 1055
Va., at one fare the round trip, good to I ...... 7Sip....'.........liMp" ..... Lin toes .... .. .... ...... .....' ::1:
1d return within fifteen days from date of I ...... ..... ..... IlJ p) ......Fort Leuderdalo...... 5 ... ...... ...... i
These tickets are to the pub. st I ...... ..... ..... 400p ...... Clt7... ,. .... S 60.I: '... ...... ... .. 8a1
? open Cen'l/pasSenger' and TIcket.Off, 204 W. Bay. :, Jacksonville. ...... ..... ...... 4 sup r..H\aml..L.. .... ...... ...... era
lie and will be honored on all passenger i iJ
d rains, including the great "vestlbuled F A. A w. B&A.NCB. I Train. 82,115, r. and 18, betwea Jedao

limited," and the "U. S. fast mail" co.L.HOWARD. Superintendent. F. \(.IRO.MONOI[: JR.,Via,Fass.Act.SM .. o. eonYille Train anb sW, BG.between A.. .M1.m1 tn.dally.Ud ,..

trains. Foot Hogan St. JACKSONVILLE:, ILA.Taco. We.tBay Bt, "*** v.... ew 1n yrn..Ar. 'r ;; Pierce dail': ezoepa 8DDda.. d
Then in Immediate connection with .... .Helea..Lv.. 1-2-:1 4 Sop Train eW, bet..D Fort PieroS

the Southern Railway, round trip tickets, 0:Roosts, T.M., W.H. WABBCBTOW, E. P. A., 1\(.H.CLVOS,A.T. M. ", .........Onanjp.OLat.range OIt OIV.,.........L..Ly.. :: 9 8 S."p 1161' Miami Tratue. d".d 17.4110"and 19 MondaI's.. Aafw
wit! be sold as follows: Washington to 6 BOWLING GREEN NEW TORK. "' tine dilly. except Sunday.re. -
: Baltimore and return, $2.00: ; Washington

to Philadelphia and return 6.00; Washington 'WM. P. CsVYDB A CO. General Agwnts.B >4eam.t"BISCAYNI"
to New York and return, $10.00, Bowllns Green.Mew; York. a. Bo. Delaware: ...Philadelphia
via all rail-limit 10 days, I '. .
.! Richmond to Baltimore and return ,

i The Oiansessi Why did you; marry 13.00. via York River Line, meals anJstate t 4S ". appointed to Perform Servto as) follows
Suet rooms extra; Baltimore to Philadelphia -

The Dwarf-oh, I wanted a wife and return; $....00., via rail; Balti -tfb L Leave XL&.KI1O:80: ) p1. m..Wednesdays Saturdays, ooaneotinc. with Train SI

that I could look up to.--.New York more to New York and return $8,00. via Lave DTWHST 4:00: a:: m. Tuesdays and Fridays. *

Sunday Journal. rail-Limit 10 days. SouthernRailway. Oonneoaas at Kianil. with Train T8. following mornlnaJ
Norfolk to Baltimore and return $1.50,

via New Bay LineState room $2; berth, .P.BJU&W I**'n, i. rxBAmrKR.tt. ....... i iPassenftr
High Priced Proofreader. $1; $1' breakfast $.70." Norfolkto 'Tssiflln Msnegesi ..... 4Iea. -
AMUSStlM .91s
Philadelphia and return $0.00, via
of the
The chief proofreader
I rail route Norfolk to New ABSOlUTE ROUTE. I
Times is a Cambridge graduate, who Cape Charles ; THE SHORTEST

: has a salary of 1,000, or $5,000; but, York Charles and rail return route.-, Limit$13.00 10, days.Norfolk via Cape Lille.Jacksonville

r1 then, helm a great scholar, not only in to New York and return, $13, THXOT70K :rozjjcAxr D&Awnro: BOOK oA&a DINING CARS, The Tropical Trunk e,
the English language, but in all ancient
via Old Dominion Steamship, including ,
and other tongues, not excepting Deals and state room; limit 30 days. Railway|
f ones. He II permitted to query; and suggest The Southern Railway runs through Tampa & Key West

excisions or additions to the workof rains Washington, Richmond Norfolk :JOSEPH H. DURKEE Receiver.
I writers and editors and through cars to Baltimore, NORTH, NoifptNo. -
New York from SOUTH -
and -
.to PhiladelphIa many Tlme T.b..ID Effect May 13.'97. 7B ra
Southern cities. Nato' No. 23 N0< 3:1.: N"

Hall PrhMd. important Pullman diagrams are now ready and TWO DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND TUB BAST. ,.... Local 930 "0 terra Lv........TACKSONVILLE .......Ar -l' 30. m 8 4a P ml\ led III
"What was that fracas up at the opera reservations be made in advance ........ Mixed: liMp 1188. ... ..... ,,.Orange Park... .......:. IIlIlIam 610Pm ..
may 5outhwuterli ....... .MOW' Step II". ...... .........Peorl. ......._...... steam 8 plllTbD
S. 4 house lust night? asked Bonaparte. .upon application to the nearest ticket Washington and Limited!, ........and !' .. ; ; M olb ..... .. .. ...... 61B 'i .s tl
"Oh nothing much! said Shakes office Southern Railway and connecting . .... .. ..... l148p 1016a .. .....Green Cove Spring!..... ... lloo.m "l p
Kidd had to be ejected lines. And this United States Fast Mall. ........ ... .. ........ . .... . ...BcMltwtck......... ...... ......'.... m "ii,
peare. "Captain ........ U SOs uOOp 10 88a .. .... ..... Palatka ....... .... ... 500.m .r.P I SP
,1 that' alL He insisted upon comingin J. M. CITI.P, W. A.: TURK, ...... 12 4lp: 12Mp It 22a..,. ........8st.uma............. .. 428am m I"
at half because he said he was Traffic Manager, Oen'l Pans Agt., 03LT 31 HOUB3: JAOKS05VILLE TO WA8HI50TOH. ........ 109p U49p 113tia ...., ...... Pomona................ 6lf.m 414 P m m M18sp /
price .
Washington D. C. ........ 1:106.: 11 ilia ......:Crescent CItyJunction.: ...... 8111J.m 812 P In4.'
a Kidd.Harper's Bazar. ONLY 27 HOUaa JAOI80H 7ILLB TO NEW: TOIL ...... 9 top 1225a: 120.. ..... .8eYlU..... ........ ... 9OO22m m
S.;:: II. HARDWICK ......;: 8t! P 'Ma 1:1: ... ... ..:DeLeon Sprlnp....... ;.. 9o/Pm \1961412p .
Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agt., Atlanta.At MB>BSMltMH..lH .... .. : Il1a 12 Yap Glenwood .... ... 21111.m 0m II'
fortress !in European BoH4 ... ::.. 4W1p 180.12Mp.Ber.eford..A.: ..... .... I".m 918pm.. -'
The strongest TMMtialM Tralas easspewd of Latent bivwrsd PvUmasi III...... dan sad ..... Bb .. ...... .
( Russia is Croustadt. It i. the Russian t tail Cars Uum..h wllhoa eaan(. to Wasklaf. BalttsuM.Fhlla.l ................ 5.10 415p1: .:::::.IIIL'f 1 llip Ar } ...... .....DeLand .......... j 1M ...;....... -iatM.m:M m :-.....".

naval depot of the Baltio mom.e present the ADVOCATB is the ...... New Teak and the Sew, ........ ola P ........ > .. ...; ...... .'
largest all-home-prlnt weekly newspaper .,...... ........ ....u... 4SepAr...,......TITUSfILLE..Lv. ,10to.am.. .
printed at town along the East Coast ... ..... ......,. ........ ..... .., .... .. ....,........ .,..... "
,e London is 8,815 miles northeast of any THROUGH 'PULLMAN DRAWING--ROOM SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN ........ ... ... ..... ... .' . .....r.8Fp.ola................ .. :'. 9gl.m.. I
of Florida between 'Jacksonville and -, ...... .. ...... .... ... 8481' ...... ......,Mt. Dora.............. .. ....q... ... .
Washington city. Key West. JACKSONVILLE AND NASHVILLE. .:...... ... ..... ........ 4O6p Ar..Tay..L. ....."... 192esm II
V ........ .00 p e 1411 a .l 4Op M......:....',8aDford..... ........Lv 148 a m
..,... .. ........ .........A.1tamonte Spring..... .
Through Sleeping Cars ..... .. ... .. .... .......WlnterPark.........:..., .-"
T Dally Jacksonville to .....:a.... .:... 780a moep.Orlando.:.. ..... ......... 1211p.Kleetmmee m \215.m .
KEEP YOUR BOWELS STRONG ALL SUMMER I '' Cincinnati via Asheville. the ........ .... .. .... ,... .... ... .
Through .... .. .. ... ..
........ .. M. .. .. ...Bartow .. 940.m.
........ ..... l128a 62np..n ....LallelaDd.: .. ... ... ,;51J...p m "
ANDY CATHARTIC 'LAND OP THE SKY. ..... .. ......., t 730. T4ISp. Bartow....:....:.. ... t88 pm f20am: ..
........ ... I O6pAr..Punts. :.. Gorda..... ....L.'II30pm.lIOam. .-
\ tafematlnm ....... ..,.. looa 8411p. J'.Tampa.\.L. 'OOP', .
WPatN.E.d esi lbw.rrasa.r I detia 9W w evrwwMwa. ...., aptly to ...... .....
41e.taaa.a J ... .. ... .. .. .. ... .Tampa Bay Hotel. .710.'"
..- .. .4..S:. era 708pAr:.. ........ Pon Tampa.., .. ",..L. .28 P=' ......
..... .. MOD.nd Thun 10oop Ly.. ........ .PonT.mpa..Ar.i 30 P Wed and '
r. J.. 8UIPYAL risetda Par Agt It I West .. .. ........ Tu.. Frld.)'. 8 Ol'p Ar...... .Ke, Weet....... ..Lv .30 P m ed'and. p,.
Bay e. Jaek.onvilley I"Ia. ..... ... W..I .n" Sat. S Ar..Havna.r.; ..... Ly 13 30 pm' =-'

... r- ..... ... .... ..... Dally and t Dallv 33: ue nt SaD d.,. Cars. u7Cocos ...
I CURECOH5TIPATION .. a .A.ktge..thL Go .......... IndianuRI,., ._Carry n (Dew II....)ea .Tllu.vnleManday Wedne.da,.'end... Friday.
_Q..IIIVI. .-_ Roekledpe.L.Eau.; .OaJlle, Melbourne and Intermediate points OD to .U.:3 po"
A lean. Melbourne ........,. Thursday and Saturday as 7 a.1D.. arrive at 'l'U..y 6
101 ALL Train 23. leariD.r. JackYUle ally mm II:ia a IBM arrives aa Bawthorne,asnU1M at *-
"" I :06, Ocala I ::10 nrc I m, Brooksvllle 45 p. m. Train leaving ae cear1'1I'; "cm
23* 509 'TiliTliill"55 DRUGGISTS arrive. *. O.kland 4**l a. .. -.... 8::40 p. m..Tarpon Springs. a:-60 p.",
A table*- *md them will vrnt tlTevntorr..!!eNa..eeI.haWe..Maawl e.eer.1 ..., Bt. Pet nbnrg 10:JO a. tn.. dally except Sunday.w. ACg1RLTCisn.ral
1 VMUIU. ..".Tl. sastd hooklvt h.. 4.arakLlNti. Rxaa6T'VU.C.1.Nq..ar..e.: can..Sr a.w forai n. The ADVOCATE does all kinds of Job Printing. General. B. corrtat Superintendent' G. D. l'a" '


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- [THE ART'OF DRESSING.tborKTi .. A very narrow border of black o [t.oh' tv- I.vtte>your Attention ..Bay Complete: Stock of '
leather trimming outlInes' the edge. In Spring and Summer Resorts on the East Coast R : .j
... .,...:.:.A.; .-rw ... rv...... front there U. a puffed arrangement .of HARD WARE and CROCKERY y t

sloe olive green velvet, from which spring 0;

'. oarefa11I1ODe'sdreN" the preatf.miniDe enrved ornaments of black velvet spangled Glassware Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods Stoves, Tinware, Gran The Florida Eaat .
/Frenoh with These Coaat Railway to Miami. The Miami Key West
i ebann. So wya green. are bent back like rain's iteware, doors, cash and blinds and Builders' Hardware water coolers Ice Steamship
cream Line
to West
horns and Key .
and perhap there U a largea rest upon the crown of the capote r,
[ freezers. Quick meal gasoline stoves Blue Flame keroslne oil stoves, garden tools,
of truth In the "' :rIng. Certainly at the back.. There are no strings plows and harrows, paints and oils Fruit Jara and Jelly glasses. poultry netting KEY WEST-Hotel Key West $4 and upward, .special weekly and commercial
hllel.Tobe an obdou attention to attire LFyn a JUDIC CBOLLKT.Heeeemtty and barbed wire.Harrison, rate. Open entire year. A M. Taylor Manager. General office: fct. Augustine \,
graceful in a .
Wedemanditl ab man shall heIneoUlately --- Bros Ready Mixed Paints. to C. B. KNOTT, t.,

clean and apPl'Oprtatelred : the Mother of Invention T1nshopinconneuUon'etthStore. Large Galvanized Iron Tanks Special General Superintendent Florida East Coast Hotel System.Travelers' .

but if his attire and manner.deIe. "If a man keeps his. eyes open, he ty. Made to ontar.and aa cheap ae the ordinary wooden on..... OontracU taken anywhere In the
m h a osre for tho toilet beyond, these req- sees many funny thing while ridingon lion County etyonrpatronage.tat tin routlnR Muttering Mail Order eta given fleaae Prompt write me and for Careful I'tlmm. Il'8IOlJllOtf\IUY..IIt'I' a pun --.--.- ----- -------.----- _._----....- .---

Ices for a gentlemanly and refined apbe street cars," said a regular patron of prices answered promptly. "" fur '

I N.e1 ee losea caste In the eros of those the Peters avenue line. "If you will :D4:. :311. CRVS: h7R, Hote1mr.'
Itit take a ride on this line some dark Went
Palm Beach Flar '
night frequently ahead of the oar
you'll see a light waved across the track Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla. II ',.,
and if you watch closely you will see '

m. the motorman begin applying the brakes, ..i This hotel Is now under new management, and lias\ been thoroughly renovated

.I and the oar will stop, and a smiling colored .HOMESEEKERS : throughout. J11
gentleman will board the and
4I car BUll meets all Trains; and Electric Cars pass door.. Bath rooms and all
I laughingly say that he got this car to Conveniences on lloor. '
stop for him. I found, upon asking a ,

entt tt.n conductor one day that the negroes in Who arc Seeking a Home in tho OPEN ALL THE YEAR. -"'

. this part of the town have caught on to : Rates:American Flan $:J to $::2,30; European, GOo\ to 1. Special by the week
the fact that as that part of the city ia

black at night the motormen of the South should send to the undersigned Mrs. FINLEY, Proprietress. '.

I swift moving cars cannot detect their '
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presence on the track in sufficient timeto Y:; !iI>"' 'i t!.; 4 I;
. stop their cam for them so they figuratively for a copy of the ='= ,; .. _

m b / 'hang out a light for the oar g.li 1

m to stop' and it seems to work both to :z:; :: ; ; i!
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,, r the satisfaction of the colored populationand / ,')
Florida East Coast"Homeseeker.We .. 1. ;n v I4 '1 ,
the motormen on the cars. Necessity s ', : .! : 0 1
t. .is the mother of invention and it + r t $
c 1 l !Cert
u1m seems our colored brother has hit upon .:g "l 'p.t !jI

- a scheme to offset the lack of lights on ::3.. : 15
IIII. those streets buck of town traversed by have lands for Fruit Growing Trucking, Tobacco .Growing, and for Y"a ] 3II

II.n electric car .-New Orleans Picayune.X .' Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest in the United States II r : ; aJ"f! =

#. Apply to 1 rt !I \t;!i I "aj"" w 3

Ray: and Diamonds.

'IR. Ono excellent use to which the new X JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner, ". \; Ujif.! i
rays can be put should interest women.It .
un ,
seems that by their aid one can readily :, ;j j

determine' whether diamonds are ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. i \ = J EA)1
osn real or false, for the quite
WAUKENO COSTUME.ho rays pass y .t' ..3 114'
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through diamonds leaving them T---- "- a
. understand matters of the sort. The 14 8 v w wN
skill a woman lavishes on her appear.however transparent and not at all through false '
ones. A real when photographedwould FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY ''I' i i
co, the more we approve, pro. parure in i :
idod she la not all appearance and nothg show only the mounting but ina i

r else. There la nothing prettier or false one all the stones would turn I. .. 'I: Ii'
Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL ;
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ore alluringly feminine than the sight of out black. Strangely enough the X rays 4 z \ :lM
tweet bright, earnest, sensible woman will not penetrate glass. Eyeglasses if J I.., JI ; !
her best bib and tucker when she has photographed* come out black. This Pianos, Organs and tylusical Merchandise.\ ," s
all her yr i8iHliiJ
ken pains to put on pretty things O )
proved useful in the case of a Viennaglasswoikcr
, c\to adjust them In the most becoming Af '
ay: She I la even BO much more attractive who got a bit of glass into CIIANCE OF A -PIANOS .AND OUQANS' AT A SACRIFICE.We :

in the simply frivolous woman who his finger. By the aid of the rays it was purchased In January last the immense stock of Pianos, Organs sheet ,
ikes equal Paine, because the contrast be- discovered! extracted and the workman muslo and musical instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out !

oen her earnestneaa and her coquetry as cured.-gt. James Gazette., the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room for a full 1' !Li 1j bt,
;he French term It, la BO piquant. To be line of the celebrated Couover New England,.Scliubort and Klngsbury Pianos
oquottlsh In Paris la simply to dress with Been a tiny; nimeelC We have the following pianos which are worth from .100 to $200 more than we
kill and care, to, be dainty In one's toilet ask for them : q

,nd to seek the becoming In appearance, Practical Father-I want to buy a ConoverstlyleKwel................>....... Ratnei Ilm*., ityle 8, mah.. .... ..,.......,.|2oo lild!
'here an exaggerated[ Interest In the ward- watch for my boy-the cheapest you .. .., ..............:.,..g,7aauI0 Schubert, 16 ... ................ tree i
I, e Jeb.......... ........ .. sntoJ.wal Maloolm love. wad...... .............. :Wo
be Is considered better than none at all, have. u u .:................,n..t tale Steinway eb..u. ....... !anoKJngnbury t--+ t !
nd the feeling la not without reason.' Honest Dealer-I'm afraid I can't u "M.b..... ............... MN) Everett, .b..1\ IMI : ;
There 188Ometh1ng anomalous and displeasing warrant the cheap ones to keep "Kwkl. .... ........., ......v., mMoCammon styleR eb.n.t,, ..........,.. ... :'f2!> II I ter i
style M, wad.. auo '' A eb. ... .. h
In the sight of a woman who is absoitely good time. iM.mah.::::::::::' :::;:;: sno ::;.::::..:;::::.',.:,, ilnoBtuyveaant mKnaneGrand '
Indifferent to her clothes, providedhat Practical Father Oh doesn't e e 7wal...... ........... 97112AO ................ ..... ITS ''
she la decently covered and warm that .. 7..b.... .. ................. a bwal...... .........,... 200 i !If'
matter. Just make it so he can open the 1alneIl8ro.., 6.b.............. ........ ttOO New_bjr A Evans .b..... ...............! i'aa8eb :
mongh. To see pretty hair tucked; up any: back of the case. Strand Magazine. .. .. If ......................, 17B Ja*. M. Star, eb................?........ I lo iCi .
ay to be out of the way pretty eyelashes If u If 8,inah,. ........,.......... 190 Morris leo .. ..
ubbed off by: IU fitting glasses, unbecoming Some of those pianos have been rented but we have had them re-polished\ and 0
gowns thrown about an Ill carried flg- Invited to Call. put$ In thorough order and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or, momey re I iii1lt

lire, Is to see a displeasing sight. A wom- He-I suppose that sap headed dude funded. We furnish stool, scarf, Instruction book and delivered f. 0, b. Jacksonvillo .
m can be intellectual and well dressed, too, has proposed to you a dozen times. ; cash or installment. Sheet muslo at half price. Write us. ,
(aho will only believe It. She-No.- Once was enough. Oome FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, -
The picture shows 'a walking gown'of :aO'rEJL: CON'OLL:
and see us"when we get settled.-Detroit 24 East Bay Street Jacksonville Fla. ,
peony red cloth. The tabller .la separated ..d

torn the rest :of the skirt by panels of Free Press. .. ,, .. .._
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'luck velvet and both tAblier and the oth- :..t.i .

>r cloth portion are embroidered with aer.of :ElOTELS.: i Porfeotly! new hotel with all modern Impro".rnent"I'ated on park, one 't.

!' stooL The draped bolero of cloth That Banchee's Wall. _. .. block from Hotel Royal Palm commanding splendid rlewjof Biscayne Bay Katest
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9 similarly: 'embroidered and opens over a There is considerable discussion in :j per day and upward. Special rates by week or month.,
airs,, of black close cloth
velvet The '
? the about the wail of tryt
ileeves have a drapery at.the top retained English papers Fisoher's' .Cottage.Palm -
steel buckles, and the cravat and belt the banshee which was said to have ,

aloof black velvet fastened"with lar- been heard in East Kerry before the fa OCEAN BEACH: HOUSE.

I' steel buckles. The black felt hat la tal bog moved. A correspondent writes : S1roo1: :, Tit: :' w' rillo: F1a. < ,
mmed with black ostrich plumes and that the late Archdeacon Whately'thecelebrated
Centrally loctttad between both depots. Airy rooms, good table; pure drinking .
black ribbon. Jroio Ceou ET. archbishop's son, told him' pfa water. ON THE AMERICAN AND 'EUROPEAN PLAN. j'

certain Instance of the banshee's cry. Rates: $3.00 per day; special rates. by the week or month. i Opposite Daytona near the City; Beautiful Boulevard; Surf bathing. Sum

NOTES AND NOTIONS. The archdeacon said that he distinctly CUR. F. FISCHER, Proprietor, mer Rates 97 and $$ per week. Special rates to families. house open all the year.. 4

heard the wail while in an Irish country ... Address MIW. II, C. KERRY tea Breeze, )'1..,
[Bad Clrtra tten and Cold :r..t-OullnaTli administering the holy communion -- --- ----------------- --- ------ - .
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<* .ai Venn.Paper. to a dying m." ARTIIUR T. FEASTER. .
i If the fee*'are habitually cold, It la an -*"
[indication that the circulation of the blood O oed e
li Imperfect, and If the circulation la not Vunarr 1894
'good there via a great tendency to catch 1WEAK r

{cold, and the complexion suffers. A simple MEN MADE VIQOROUS, TITUSVILLE I JACK'OKVJLLIC.II'LORIDA. ".

means< stimulating the movement of In the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west r''
the blood the
Is to cold water over
pour Indian River.Fla. one block road Bay Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughoul.
[ 1R i'Is i Superior Cuisine and Service. But meet all trains. Terms t'J.OO: per day and

f N I upwards.. Special rate by the weeks K. L. WARD, Proprietor.Seminole ;

r 1. OAY. ia" DRf. 12r' Q.It r ARTHUR-T. FEASTER.I. ,!ii" 9

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and ere. whea ail : Hotel
other.fal4"Young mealre .is1eat manhoai. alem.oreeov.r "
o. fnl v r. *b..l.t 1) a'
..6..le.a54aC.Ur .DYl.rv..a1..y...aamII.wDlc W dishy, Open All The Year. t

etk e..z.7aUe .Iearr. ''eMi > OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
te"wlt Cn0 -
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Don't let dranlit ta.pe.sworthiea .I..titllte on WEST PALM1 BEACH FLORIDA. ;
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bemaMjt/lelflii a se.r rods In l>ton hao< m laa Only a few minute

Can lot PEP Im oairled B'e In vat BlaVia pookek m.FrepeM or eondtor pleta wrsp it walk tram Railway station This hotel la substantially built of brick and baa every convenience. Close to

Wr4Ns per.box, .ts for ft, or 4 t %'tllee U and Steamboat land- the railway depot., Free'buna to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel '.,

yy- MauloAi.ole ,dips...r-/r INwSjr1uFl.I:! Ings. with fishing tackle on board for the nee of ffueata.. lUtea, from $9.=10 per day anl1 .
On the banks of the upwards; special rate by the week or month.
r far-famed Indian River. OEOROK ZAPF, Proprietor.
Sold by 'J. B. $creven, only SfII.

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Seaside Inn M. W. BATMAN, Proprietor, Open for Summer Season of 1807 June 22nd. FlaeSurf Bathing, Fishing, ami '
rot for 40 aeoonda every morning foHoV- ST. AUGUSTINE; FLA. .

tnc the douche by lively friction with flannel FLA. r New* Furniture and Fixture. throughout. HARRY L.1BEEMAN, Manager
In the Winter snow may be deployed \\a Xlectrta' bell In every room. Fronting- the Old stow open for the Summer Beason.fl ?
Jnrtead of cold water. A lBW /The best of Surf Bathing Blare Market and Plata. Overlooking the Bay .
To make Los yellow It la uroally steeped Good Fishing, and a ,
'I : BUILDING, with One ocean view. All white hejp. lUUe -- -
aaffron water. Tea and coffee which COMrOBTAB- beautiful wide, smoothLY ., 12.00 per day and upward. Special weekly. .: rate.
are often recommended for the do and f--i HOUSED
purpone beach for Driving Sample room. STANTON :
not give a yellow tone. Tea makes the 1THSISUKD. Bicycling. .5,. T '

uoeAbaoBt gray: while coffee. afford *ncru _._ _. .
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tint. Rates. $2.00 per day. Special -

SUit Pettloosb-aw much rednoe* in J.' JON Proprietor.
the Week. The Colonnades
Pd by _
4 and wry pretty ones may now t>e r '
bought at at reasonable cat Althevgh STEWART tJRAMLINO, Proprietors 5
ther8.are flowered Rates $2.00 Term t.
manyattractlveatylealn per daft Special
.ub. the On the Pealn.ulat. opposite DA YTO A.
changeable tlnta atlll hold their
O11'n U point of de rabtUtJ. The Swannanoa. Large airy and well-furnlabed rooms, with all'Modem Conveniences, electric Families.

Certain critics are fond of exolalmlaa ) ,. lights, belle, etc. .
againao the nae of the Iron. If -
curling of shade outside hotel makes It for children.
hair Plenty a delightful place
meet bearttftdally curled they. ay, ASHEVILLE N. C. Two Minutes Walk from Central M
why twice week in Caalno
not Dancing a
use papena 'cw any of the mol -- .
tndeof Uttle.contrivance that lagenloaaminda THOUGH modest and unobtrusive, REDUCED RATES tot Summer season, $7.60 per week and upwards. Engage Depot.OJIATTANOOGA.,
have Invented for the lav conducted hotel In
purpose better
there U no rooms at once.
your \ *!
stead TEN
of burning bd breaking the hairJ"tt Aahevllle. The popularity l of The Swan .
hot Irons It to true that the curling nanoa Is due to Ita unique location,. ita FREE HACK from Daytona depot. Add/eaat .
tongs. If used too hot, will Injure the hair home-like atmosphere, the excellence of SYDNEY IIAIOH, Prop., '

and destroy Its gloM and elasticity, bu Ita cuisine, and Ita very moderate prices. Seabreec: Fl.., Nfc. family home; Pleasant location; ys.
:: .wtt lwpuasa &IIq.wU1 do It no Liberal weekly ratea- boas and) fornUblnga new; Modern aon>
$::1.:10 per. day. Fort' Pierce Hotel vanleneea. No better fishing and hunt

The tIIa.taadonglvsn! In each '. tame R. R. BAWLS, ing la the State. J. .* F. M. TYLER 4

Tb.bo".aows* novelty of the_potloC the way blAck of bonnet velvet*. Central.on street car line. Prop. The ADVOCATE does wat clean job printing. ON INDIAN'JIrVER. --Near IDIet.J'on n. C.:Fla. Proprietors. >

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at Seabreeze.


Or East Daytona, as it is sometimes One of the most pbpular dances i of .. GROCERIES, aid
called,.Is being made one of the m t the season at the above well-known lOa. ...I.sLL-ii yorJSC.; of All Kinds Crockery Glass and Tinware.
beautiful places on the East Coast. Col. side resort, was given -"y" Messrs.Stewart t Western Meats Your: patronage: 801\cltod\ ,
of the above plat, & Gramllng, .of the. Seaside Inn, 'aBt STATE AND]
the owner IN .
It was largely
is a pleasant gentleman, and take. Saturday night. very ,
a pleasure very in showing the beauties aod: tended, and all present voted it a ttio UNITED STATES COURTS.
explaining the advantages of this char.: ough success. Quite a number came ==
man, too, over from Daytona to join the mer..y ""E3e.b.C* !! -JP i
lie is quite a busy
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and from early morn till late in the even. throng. 'Music was furnished by Mr. ABSTRICTS of Title Furnished 33E.J:: : ju ,,oo

Palmetto Drug Store ing he can be found superintending under tbe II.Alma F. E.Stewart Bryerson, Mr., and Weaver the and dai 1iss. i Garden 'Seed .Fertilizers Staple & Fancy Grocerles'Pnn'
extensive improvement he has "tripped the light fantastic" until for Lands In Brevard and Dadeit Groceries, Grain. Hay, ,
constructed ,
: way-road and sidewalk all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal
beautiful of
It being a moot And Food Products ,
of watt 11:30 p. m.
k X. HUSTON, Prop., No.3 Atlantic BlII, new buildings, complete system of the couple Counties. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclu,iGI'OIuIi
1. 4 works of shade trees, etc. light night, many young Food and Wheat. I
and J
f DAYTONA, FLORIDA. Quite number of sales of land aod Indulged in a promenade on the boar the above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence solicit your patron ?
It I' 4 !& cottages have taken place here during after the dance., Lis C Very truly, E L. BRADY &; BRO., Titusville\ ,FlaT

DRUGS Medicines Chemical the past season.' There are several very We have a large

fine avenues, lined with shade trees ooe .. by
,1 owned
called Ocean Boulevar of Lands
I Fine Toilet Soaps, Brushes, Combs,. In particular, JOSEPH ZAF'Fe: ... .A. OE....
:: ) running the entire length of the property FJE: =I..E. .:JJSrS I.J.-'f::

,pi p Etc. Perfumery and Fancy Toilet from the banks of the Halifax river WHOLESALE DEALER ourselves and'clients.. ILrotoot Your.I:I Propcrt y
Water mains are
Articles in Great Variety.rhyslolans' to the ocean this, i 80 unimprovec "Old Hartford," Fireman's Fund, Providence Will
laid from end to end of. avenii Anheuser-Busch'Breiing Ass'i Price. for BY INSURING IN The
Prescriptions Accurately; that neither man or beast need go thll'llty' Sun Mutual.Insurance Company. All well known as the strongest rod!
) end $100 Ington., or GEO. B. RUMPH, JR.
r while traversing It and at the beach Famous St. Louis Lager Beer. lands $3 to safest companies In America. ,
i 1 been the for East Coast
""I ( li Compounded.Don't bath-hpuses have put up for Agent ,
., convenience of bathers, being furnish* Sold by Losley 4; Renaker, Titusvllle.Miners per acre., Titusville, Florldi
Soda and
also with shower bath. A pavilion baa Manufacturer
Look at This 1 been constructed over the bathhouseso I, Waters. Wholesale Liquor Dealer. -

tbat those who wish can rest in the SANFORD; .. FLORIDA; : WE have a few Residence, Orangi
; shade and enjoy the ocean ozone. 'About de
;I$ f Naughty but Nice. WHY ? midway on the avenue there is a natur ]rove and Pineapple Properties In G. CARY-ELWES, .

Because It's DEATH. ,.. park, cleared of underbrush and planted Call at YOUNGS'... Irable locations. Prices Reasonable.

out in St. Lucie grass. .....:-- FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE
qqq'' 20th Century Cockroach and A number of buildings are' 'now belolt .
erected, among them one 80x100 fee, .... ( TITUSVILLE.BEACH, the'Liverpool &; London &; Globe Insurance Company and !lit
two-story, the lower floor to be used as a OFFICES : < WEST PALM Representing.
Waterbug Exterminator store and the upper one as a public hall For an ARTISTIC HAIR CUT or NEAT and MIAMI. :Mutual Life Insurance Company, of New York.
I Is SIIA VEt Ladies Hair Dressinga
; '' or opera house. Next tq> this building
r Surest ever sold. Guaranteed a beautifully-designed: eleven-roomed oot- Specialty. By Your Business Solicited.
'' l' I Sent postpaid on receipt of price, 2Gct tage, partly finished. On the opposit Hutchinson Ave. Titusvillo, Fla.. II' TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA
I wanted.WILLIAMS'. side there is a large stone cottage i In _''R_
f Agents
i course of erection. City Beautiful seem
DRUG STORE; to have every convenience, all the house Meat MarkelJ. -GROCERIESRockBottom =

4 ', 1 9 State Agents, JACKSONVILLE, FLA being supplied with modern improvements East Coast DECANTER.
l t t. ----- in the way of electric" lights and THE
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d V' iSWMS MWi M***"
A. .;'(.I !' .1 beUs. baths, beaters, etc.i while situate II. HINTON, Manager., -. T- -
i >:n the banks of the Halifax: river is the
a .' >asino, a delightful cool place where i a -= & Renaker:
f lance Is held every Saturday night.. CD pa.: c.....:;> Prices. Losley ,
I Col. Post and his charming wife ar As3 +

10 much appreciated that guests staying w. pac : Cash. 'oreign'' and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Whiskies,
at the Colonnades a little while ago pro- :> 2 StrictIy For Ales and Stout .---
lented the genial gentleman with a splen =
lid, gold-headed ebony walking cane; & GrRIGrGS.. I Line of Cigars ..* Billiard, and Pool Tablet
'" chile'Mr. A. 8...Haigh, the jovial proprietor = .GRUBER A First-class solicited. Prompt and careful attention given: to mail
of the hostelry, received a beau Titusville,.,Fla. Family and hotel trade order. LOSLEY &; :RENAKER Tltusville\ k
iful silver match-box, which we an irdors. Cash must accompany your

ure he well deserved, as his one aim =-
earns to be In making bis guests feel aome. CDf'2 '
The Colonnades is certainly well a Ti' sYille.b.er ShopCall :

managed, the table, which Is a perfect .' : R DZ.CEEB.Will .... .
picture with the profusion of choice ritusville, Florida; .. -
1I y lowers from the hotel grounds thai and ---tic: : keep constantly on band a Full Supply of :::[--
laI 4 adorn It being well supplied with allthe ll.at the above place get your :

I h hfa y *; r trees good In{proximity things of this to the life.hotel The ace orange under vOCEAN Halr[ Cut, Shave, Shampoo, CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER I

PINEAPPLE PLANTS. rith fruit. There Is also a livery stable STEAMSHIP CO. Tonsorlal work of all kinds done by *'
man or ,
here for the convenience of guests ,
ged by A. T. Sims, who is a very ,careul II. 8. MEADOB, Prop., arefsfleied::: dad:: El.ou.sh.:
and obliging driver. 'i OF SAVANNAH., .. '
L' Fancy: Pineapple Slips. & Suck- Among the guests we found staying al Washington ave., Titusville, Fla. Turned Work Brick Lime Cement>n

il'' en tor Sale. Colonnades the first of the week ,...FiT6 Sailing Days Each Week.... Also Mouldings and ; ,
were the following : T. S. Balsden, wifoi,
IY .Abbakas Egyptian Queen, Golden hildren and
;: Queen, Porto Rico Smooth Cayenne.and Lane, wife and chUdrenlC. Glrk, Pal port on Globe Gas Engines 'u-ills Florida
c Red. Spanish. Apply' to atkai C. L. Clark, C. J. McDowall, C. S.mlth. f T1."t'U.a ,
MADDOCK&; MATTHAMS, T. L. Miller Rev. C. C. Leman, Mondays,
r "Palm Beach Pinery," talneavllle; W. J. Jarvis and wife, Mlsetamie Tuesdays, -
West Palm Beach, Fla. Jarvis, Chas. P. Carver S. Vln- Wednesdays, Stationary and Marine JAMES PBITCHABD. President; W. M. BBOWN, Vfce-Prealdent:

cent, J. C. R. Foster, St. Augustine; ; Mr. and C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.:
Fridays -
lurkhard, Miss Burkhard, Mr. Johnson, ,
9a a ... A Cut to the Cutters.'y Newark; Mrs. S. R. Perry, Miss Jessie Saturdays Safe Reliable and Economical BANK
''y :Perry' New Orleans; J. O. Walton and letween SAVANNAH &; NEW YORK. : INDIAN RIVERSTATE
'. First-claaehume Smooth wife, Claude Walton, Titusvllle' ; Mrs. A. j Power for Business and )
... paid 130 per EbersoleJacksonville 'It' Finest Passenger Ship ,
1 ql;: enne Suckers, freight at $ Titus. Mrs." V. ;
l ,thousand. Ju. D. Moot, Charleston; E. P. MIckler, In Coastwise Service. Complete and Pleasure Boats, (Incorporated under the Laws'of the State of Florida.)

CHARLES O. CONVEBSK, 8t. Augustine; ; Mr. and Mrs. T. Halbert, Ventilation for Protection Authorized capital, $100OOC,
I Improved
Bahlav'la. New York. Power and
Aniilliary $25,00(
,vof Perishable. Freight. Paid up capital
j Purchase. "Accommodations Unsurassed. Use. Average deposits, $150OOC t
Flnglor's Big Passenger Stationary '
'1 Pineapple Plants. -
Choice ''
Rates much 'cheaper tban'an
Ii"" Smooth Cayenne-, Envll City Abbaka, For the last week or so, there have rail. For Information as to rates, 'roaertitlons For Catalogues and prices, Transacts a General Banking

; ,, e' and Red Spanish, grown without cover too rumors going the rounds that Mr. sailing dates, etc., write to Address Business
and from young plants. Guaranteedl Heory M. Flagler had purchased from BENJ., W JEROME
l flrst-class. Apply or address, Hl'l. Julia D. Tuttle all of her landed In. WALTER HAWKINS, Rockledge, Fla.
l; 0. A. ROBINSON, rests In the town of Miami says the Florida Pass. Agt. -' Largest and Oldest Bank on the Bin

Eden,. Indian River, Fla. Hlaml I correspondent of Timea-Unlon.' W.. J. FARRELL, For Sale. : Mldon all Foreign Countries,
this article has been credIbly Exchange
_ iI ...' The informed writer of that Mr. Flagler; has pugohaeed Soliciting Freight Agt. Power house-boat, Buckeye found,60-ft long andIn ____ _
Fancy Pineapple Plants from Mrs-Tuttle all of her property 224 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. 22-ft beam;two decks; well RECTORS<< i
A No. 1 condition; bottom coppered. Jte.ParrOCSa1DW.B.B..s&TTPreil( Interests In the town of Miami eas ,1.*
Hardy, vigorous, grown; without she of the railroad and south to Fifteentt I For price, address the National Bank ot Jacksonville National ae.kl)
Abbak W. JEROME, DITBKBK (Vloe-Preeident
j; tor smooth-leaved Cayenne, street. This, to Miami, is the most important BEJTJ. Jacluonvllle), and W. M. Rasps!
and for .ale.E. Rockledge,
Jamaica Rlpley plants land sale that has been made BOOKKEEPINGthoroughly .
-1. COB'RB:8PONDENTS.Be.bo.rd : :
C. B. TYNDALt, Mr. Flagler has Invested In street improvements J! National Bank of NewTotk ulSTatlonal '
,i Waveland, Fla. during the last year $ OOOO. Uught: for $ sskofJacksonville., 'a
llejs erecting a water stand-pipe" tba by Abrsbassea'aBookkeeping I FAITHFUL MEN OR -
Rico Slips, will furnish water" for a city of 25! 000 Chart to travel for responsible TI".I."USVIT LTJE, FL4.. .

at-. r,. Porto Inhabitants, at a cost of something like No tcicher required BBtabllshed house In Florida. Salary. --
l the Taylnfof Booklet goring feltIanthn. and Position permanant.
He is now finishing I7SO expenses.
Grown under cover. Apply for price 110,000. .. ....... to
of water and sewer n Addraa,CII. III..un. Reference. Enclose self-addressed
to the Polaney: Porto moo Pineappl a complete lie is system building: a new terminal [:::*:: N. J. Principal and Pounder Abra- stamped envelope. The National! Star .
pipes. .
Miooo, Fla. established! CV
Plantation, hamwia Bnilneu College\
station on the bay, and is making prepar Insurance Bldg., Chicago. o
... ..
Y atlons to dredge a channel for his steamship .. -
Pineapple Slips for Sale. service all of which will cost 0 U rom
i I upward of 100000. He is* running :a lSALF <' L Lr LM m rt'
and Abakka's, from well-cultivated amwellfertilised and has secured a contract for oarrylngthe lalanc G' PADDISON. Eau GalHe.. Florida. do -0 ROPKRLY AND CD
mall to that 3-
know United States ;
s ""Vr plants. Growers city. He has also contracted for a mo.telegant i ((3 I- ROMPTLY '

this.pays. Address JOHN, TAYLOR, steamer to run between here and In order to reduce my stock.for my yearly Inventory, October 1st, I will offer my .. REPARED."FRED. pSkC )

I' O. K.'WOOD, Agent. Stuart, Fla. Nassau, carrying the United States malls,. Stoves etc. > 3 Wrl
He has built one of the most complete STOCK OF. Hardware Tinware ,
of hotels. nS CD
hotela in his great system (I)'
x, Smooth Cayenne Pineapple Later ho will build at Nassau another At greatly reduced prices for next Sixty Days. Here! are a few samples: Three N
; of his mammoth hostelrles. And now,,, Burner Blue Flame 011 Stoves, $15; No..7 Cleaveland Wood Stoves, $0; Better O
for Sale.
4, Suckers to enable him to carry out hU. future stoves at correspondingly low prices. Five gallon oil cans, with pump $1. Ash CD

Smooth Cay plans for Miami be has purchased Mrs oars, strictly first-claas, Cots perfoot; Oarlocks, seta to 20cts. Terms Strictly 0
,1 have 25,000 to 60,000 Tuttlo's Interests at .an expenditure of m e/ .
enne pineapple suckers for sale; al Cash. Send your order early.Hardware .
04 ..+ homo grown, and strictly first class. $lo0oo0. ::

1 Cheaper will sell. than any other reliable firm Ice Cream Freezer for Sale. : s. CHAFFEE & .CO:r DRUGGIST,

OEO. n. WEIGHT, Tinware! Glassware ,

I,Orlando,,.Fla. A new "Jack Front" ice cream freezer Special Attention. Paid to Malt Orders; :
which turns out the frozen cream In 30 Fla.
seconds for sale cheap. Address RED 8. CUA.FrE. } Titusville. ,

1hU'8ery'Stock for Sale. A. y. A., Woodenware Stoves and l Novelties Knives RClSI.hlred Dr..to -
care ADVOCATE office ,, _

.One and two-year-old- buds on lour Titusvllle, Fra. \ Co.:

orange stock: Pineapple, Parson Brown,, Forks, Spoons, Etc...., United LJ i States Twine & Net ,
p l f Homosassa, Jaffa, St. Michael, Ruby't Mallory Line Slakes Low Rates
''t Maltese Blood, Boone' Early, IlartSTjardlfT When in Jacksonville do Dot fail to give us a call as w. keep one of the big.
for August. '
Majorca, Dancy Tahgerlne Sat goat lines of the above goods In the city. 23 Fulton St., New York, N. Y.
and Grapefruit
aunts, Mandarin King. --

a? March Seedless Lemon, Walter's I Genoa Improved, August and,. The Mallory Line are making the extremely F. A. RE EKE, (Successor to J. L. Pitzer.) Headquarters: All Kinds of
Triumph. :
Villa Franca, Carney (Sicily). All stock low rate of $30.00, from Jack. 2J5; Everett Block, ,
first-claw and tree from In- tonvilla'New York and returrJon all

.guaranteed aecta and disease. Write for prices. their steamers leaving Brunswick this FISH NETS and all. '
be for six
Tickets good
J. M. CHAFFER nonth. pill FOR SALE. Home-Grown .
} Candler, Marlon Co., Fla. months. Apply uACiiAs.: DAVIES, Agt.. ...
>t 4 120 W. Bay bt., Jacksonville, Fla.

Calls for Blda for Church ate '* PINEAPPLE: SLIPS AND SUCKERS .NET FIXINGS.

...._..Tour ....*.. \TI&h c-e.: ....
Eden. PAll Candy ( euro eon.& p.ton for T... Of the'following Varieties : ..
Jail .... .
.' 00.800. ,dru m raised mowij.BVM BBAKD"ine fillS

contractors desiring to bid on the M MM M JvM *MB ll B B _ Abbaki, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, Ripley Queen Smooth All our Cotton Gill Nets are made of the Celebrated not sold"EAGLE elsewhere.
work of erecting the new church at ,long staple. Cotton Twine our own brand, J
} i Eden, are hereby requested to addressKABsr foB first class shoemaking and repairing CijeaM .Peraimbaco and Red Spanish.Apply" LINENGILL: NETS of the best thread obtainable. Patent Strew d'ttea
call on J. A. Daugbtery, Washingtonavenue ; tarred Cotton Hanging, Lines.
W. RicnAHDS steam .
Florida Pineapple Co., Extra quality
to O. C. MATTHAHS. for pdca.Nn
Titusvllle,. Fla. Shoes madeto etc., etc. Write .
r. Chrrn'n.. Bldg. Com. West Palm Beach Fla. tarred Manila Rope. Oiled Clothing, oars,
EdenFla.. order in fine style. .

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