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 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 27, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00093
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS! I -Mr. John McAllister, of Eau Gallic, FOR- ALL Kinds of Bicycles and Sun i Percales, shirts COo. Gardner&Walter SHIRT Waist Sets, link cuff-buttons,, HOTEL NOTES.

v. was In town a couple of days this week, dries, send to F. W. BKEBS: St. Augustine emblem pins! all prices. Gardner A W. '

Ld Topics of General Interest. on business.Mr. Fla. -An impromptu dance was given at WHEBIC to stop, See list of hotels o. 1

J. H. D. Smith, of Eau Gallle, W v 1 the Opera house, Tuesday night. -What do yon need In the way ol jour 7th page ,
\\\ttj and General Gowlp In connection was a visitor to town this week on business -Mr. J. O. Walton fron Saturday '
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\ spent envelopes, note and letter beads, bill dances the
Sea
lakeWorth, la..lan.anana -Rev. S. F. Gove, well known on In. The Saturday night at
Buy matters until the Seaside Inn
"llth Blseajrn and Hallfa.,Itly..... Key West Seabreeze.Mr. Monday at dian River, paid our burg a visit this bends, statements, tags, cards, eta' side Inn, Seabrooeu, given by proprietor l
-Hon. R. W. Davis wife and daughter : We shall be glad to have a share of your H. F. Stewart, are as popular as ever. "
Point aloptthe
Ld Important
all other Florida. Brief mention of of Palatka, have been taking a few William Hlndle came up to town week.Mr. work. Notwithstanding the unpropitious state ,:
of Hawks Park
P. D. Parker of
|Mt"" Coast tlngBvents from Various Part days outing at Seabeezo this week. from Cocoa yesterday, to contract for has been called to Madison, Ga., where, of the weather, quite a large and jovial r
business In his line. party were present last Saturday night
About You Know Postmaster John. C. Jones made some Teachers Exnnllnatlon. i
People
the. World) a he expects to spend the fall. There will be another dance tomorrowSaturday \
d People Ton Don't Know- Picked flying trip as far as Oak Hill on Tuesday, -The Misses Belle Hopkins and Laura .
-Large shipments of fish are still going ( ) evening/ and a, large crowd Is ,'
p by Our Society Editor and a large staff but on what mission deponent sayethnot. Houston, of Eau Gallle, were visiting forward from this place dally.' Yesterday The regular: state teachers' uniform expected to bo present from Davtons.Messrs X,

Correspondent scattered along the friends in town this week. : morning barrels were, shipped.Mr. examination for Brevard County will behold Stewart A: Qramllng have been ]:r.

|mt Coast of Florida.If -Miss Viva Hill, of Cocoa, was a passenger -Rev. H..M. Goodell will occupy his In schoolhouse No. 8, Titusville, beginning kept quite busy all the week attending
and Mrs. J. II. LeTournau, on Tuesday, Sept. 7th, at 8UO: their *
northboundtrain to
on last Saturday's pulpit In the Presbyterian church, Titus numerous guests i
you receive a sample copy of en route to New York for a monthor ville, on Sunday next, the 20th Inst. 'after a few days' visit to Jacksonville, a m. Examinees will come prepared I ., !
ADVOCATE, it Is an Intimation that returned home to Eden by the. St.Augustine with pens, Ink and legal cap paper, and 1011,
would give OB pleasure add your soMajor -Last week, for violating; the game yesterday. to pay a fee of $1.00. Eau Gallie. ,
( and Mrs. Louis McLean of St. law In Volusla paid $50
to our fast-Increasing list of subfibers. county, one man Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle passed through -
e Augustine, left this week for a couple of and another is In the chain-gang for three -
It does not coat you three here route home to Miami lost
months' tour through the northern months.Mr.. yesterday, en Rather Funny. v.-Louder preached Sunday to
!ts per week (postage Included) when from Jacksonville, where she haa been Methodist congregation. ,
ken by the year, and It can be sent to states.Mr. Carl C. Curtlss took: a short vacation for several days on business.Mr. .
|ii tin any part of-the United States or and Mrs. William Treutler, this week, and enjoyed It hunting Three or four weeks ago Mr. C. A. Bacon The Messrs. Brownrlgg are here, 'on ,
nada without extra expense. prominent residents of Eau Gallic, were and fishing, etc., In the vicinity of Ti Jacobs, representing Chas. of "Number 9,'' Oriuontl gave 'the their trim craft, which they are repainting v
Blum A Co., Jacksonville was a passenger of bin and d' '
ADVOOATK some particulars a purchase refitting
In town" a day or so the first of the week, tusville.Mr.. train '
on. Wednesday's en route to of he hud made Unfortunately 4y
THE ADVOCATE, rigs just
to business matters.
Paddlson left last for
attending
G. F. Tuesday ,
In advance. .1 as. Carnell, the well-known points as. far as Fort Pierce. Insetting up the Item, one of ,
t5 t5of
$1.50 annum, the lower river In the Interest
per .. Civil Engineer G. Trevor !Spencer of manufacturer of Ormond but points on r,
U Blx months, : guava jelly our compositors made a slight/ error,
11.00 lumber business.
to foreign countries. StT Augustine, was a passenger on Tues has established a canning factory at -Fonr or five passengers oame up by It U now being published In nearly all his
$2.00 per an. day's train to Lake Worth, to see how Cocoanut Grove. the steamer St. Augustine yesterday, the state papers, Including some of our John McAllister returned last Thursday ,

'- the canal operations are proceeding. -Mr. James T. Hogg returned hometo and left the same morning for Jacksonville East Coast papers, whleh fare giving from St. Augustine, whom he has
on the J., T. A K. W. Railway. for Item-error treated i
-Captain John Houston, of Eau Gal Melbourne on Tuesday from Nashville, credit to one another the been successfully by Dr. Worley
lie, was In town the first of the week. Tenn. where he has been for a week or Attorneys Geo. M. Robbins, M.\ S. and all. It Is really very funny., tor an Incipient' cannot, t'

Ills wrist, which he broke some time so on nosiness and pleasure combined.Mr. Jones and D. L. Gaulden, also Messrs. Mr. and Mrs. Treutler left last Tue"sday t
p CITE I Is all right now thanks to Dr. B.&gOt' I Wm Treutler and J. H. D. Smith, were CUMO IMsmUiwd. for Titusville, where Mrs. Treutler
oV9 Wilson's skill and Mrs. Louis A. Brady, little i at orland; a day or so this week, on legal will remain a few days while Mr. TreutIeI' -
son,Lawrence, and nurse expect to leave business,jRev. ,'
I I. at Orlando on business matters *,
-Mr* and Mrs. Walter Kltchlng, of here to-day (Friday) for Seabreeze, to Tho suit tnrtROUO'<) damages brought. ,
Stuart, accompanied by their charmingniece sojourn for a week or so at the Seaside aitd Mrs. A. D. Penny have been by David l.el Ilinst Mrs. 'Julia !). Mr John Carey, of Rochester, N. Y.,
s COLUMNi Miss Amy Kltchlag, of Sebastian, Inn. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton and days this week' owing Tuttle In the United States court, Jacksonville arrived In Tltusvlllo Tllea.laYj business
returned home Wednesday, after a pleasant Claude Walton expect to go Seabreeze! .at\cocoatieral their little daughter, last Saturday, was dismissed ; matters calling her her many i'
visit of a couple of weeks or so at to-morrow (Saturday). boon under the chargeof upon.a praoclne for dismissal Iliad by friends hero will be pleased to see her.
Jacksonville, JSt. Augustine and Sea- Dr W. L. Hughlett.\ The suit to .
brought
was
the plaintiff. Eugene Bralnord returned last Thursday
-Mr. C. F. Olmetead returned to Fort .
breeze. -Mr. awl Mrs. Jas. MoFarlano, of the amount due 'on throe notes
recover from his trip to Jacksonville, where
Pierce on Monday from St. ,,Augustine/ ,
-Mr.\ E. F. Curry, dep-collector of customs where he has been staying for some time Lake Wortb'are now sojourning at Pine give: by the defendant to the plulntltT. he expected to enter Into the hotel and
Palm Beach, stopped oil at Day- with his wife, who is under the chargeof 11111, N. Yj lu a letter to the ADVOCATE, The case has boon pending for several restaurant business, but finding matter. t'\
tens, from Saturday until Monday, on Dr. Worley.Mr. Mr.McFarlane Informs us that the trip I months, but has never been before thu not a* represented, no declined to pur
his way to Jacksonville. He attendedthe up the UailHon river was delightful.Mrs. court to be heard upon Its merits. The chase ,

dance at the Seaside Inn on Saturday Gus. P. Anthony, one of West W. E. Ransom, who has been defendant recently sold all her ll\ntlotlln. short
Palm Beach's merchants Miami to }tr. II. M. Flaglor for Early H. Burton, after a very
night: and thoroughly enjoyed him- popular young/ staying for. some weeks past with hereon terests at visit to his sister Mrs. W.K.Tombe.let&for 1

self. Mr. Curry Is l another new subscriber was a train.passenger;He on had Tuesday's been enjoying southbound a- Mall Agent; W. U. Ransom, In Tltusvllle 100l)00.) Luvonla, Ga.,, last Friday. .Mrs. E. ,
to the ADVOCATE. returned home to Palatka on Wed- short while +
few weeks' vacation In Georgia and else U. Burton will remain a ; ,
nesday.. More New Buuncriberti.The with her lira.'Tombn
General Passenger Agent G. D. where. longer daughter, ,
..
Aokerly, of the J., T. & K. W. Ry., accompanied :rt:.-Th drtnoe given by the guards at whose health Is much Improved. since t(l t
by his wife and daughters, -Miss Leila Anthony, who has been the Indian lllver hotel last night WAS ADvoCATE Is still forging ahead. her mother' coming;.

the Misses Mabel and Alice, have goneto spending the summer In Georgia her, passed to attended by quite a number of our poo- All along the East Coast and from near 'Among the visitors to" town this week s

cpi Asheville, N. C., to spend a few Georglano.through here She, Tuesday had had, a on very pleasanttrip way pie, and wits .a success In all respects. ly every state In the union the pink paper were: W. E. MoGIll, route agent,: of the
weeks. Mr. Aukerly Is a hard workerin and looked remarkably well in Prof. Kroger furnished the music for In continually getting supporters.New Southern Express Co.; Rev. S. F. Gove,
the interests of his road, but is now the occasion.Mr. Rebate +
subscribers just.to hand are the following Fort Pierce; Rev J. A. Lowdor,

taking a much-needed rest In the moun health.Read T. A. Whitaker, the popularrepresentative In addition to the sixteen published tlan; Dr. Brown, Melbourne! ; Sheriff i
tains. the "Midsummer Outlook, of Armour A Company, for last week: II. Beneke, Canaveral Drown, Titusville; Counsellor D. L.
Never Inside '' of An- an Interesting article from the pen of the Seabreeze Mrs. Jackson Gaulden Tltusvllle; John C'ourcey, of ,
fail to read our pages. -Mr. and Mrs. C. T. McCarty, Jacksonville, was a passenger on yester: ; C. O. Blyth : ; ,
>u will always find something to inert kona, accompanied their sons, Dan well-known authority and orange grower, day's train to Ormond, en route to the Leicester, England; Frank Houston, the firm of LeRoy Myers A Co., Savannah -
you. and Charles, as far as Jacksonville on Mr. U. S. Williams, on the' condition of metropolis. He was returning from a Titusville; C. Dowlor, London, England; and L. A. Andrews, Cocoa. ty, .
The latter who two fine- the Rockledge grove at the present Interestsof W. W, Austin A Co., DaytonaT. N. 4'
ol ; Monday. are ", successful business trip In the W. K. Tombo tin sold his grocery
D. L. Gaulden spent a day or
were' their to time; "Big; Profit in Pineapples, etc, Smith Palatka H. W. O. Margary,
on way ;
at Eau Gallle the first of the week. looking youtha, his company. business to Capt. W. J. Nesbltt, who
Iowa where there they will etc., on our Inside pages Kustlii Elgin F. Curry Palm Beach; ,
Vinton, Walton of ; will put hts son-in-law, A. S. Botsford, M: aIr'1
-Mr. Frank Houston and family, of enter college In the senior class, they The Titusville Cycle Club have arranged the Proprietor ADVOCATE,Charles has been II.rusticating, at John 1). Price, Eustls.Kxcurnloii.. In charge as manager, and continue the 'W.
taOiillle, are now residing on Main having spent the summer vacation with formerly carried by Mr..
business a on
a very attractive programme, which Seabreeze since Saturday last, and Is being I I?
set, Titusville. their parents.Mr. will consist of four races, viz., half mile much benefited In health by the Tombes. Mr. Botsford ,wa a memberof 4

Wesley Joyner, who has been enjoy- Charles O. Blyth, of Indlanola, dash, mile open, five mile handicap and ocean ozone, surf-bathing, bicycling, etc. the late firm of Scott this Botsford A;
B the sights of the metropolis (Jack- has opened an Ice-cream parlor on the three mile lap event. Both modals and He will probably return to Titusville The Florida East Coast Railway Com Tate, of Titusville and business, and "
nvllle) for several days returned town eaoh at Seabreeze, where he also dispenses prizes will be contested for. The races next week.A. will another one of Its popular understand the grocery from '
on Tuesday. cool and refreshing lemonades to take place to-morrow (Saturday) and pany run the seaport .. the ground ups. The new management
Miami
growing
three mites excursions to ,
Merwin, a farmer has well-wishes. q
tickle the palates of the thirsty ones will commence at 4:30 p. m., our
-Rev. E. E. Johnson, of Cocoa, willId has decided he cannot well do west of Palatka, has a patch of rice that of Florida, at the low rate of $0.00 ,
divine service In St. Gabriel's Epis- Mr.without Blyth the ADVOCATE It he wants to -Mr. Will E. Knox has bought out stand four foot high. It Is of the high- From Jacksonville, Palatka Ormond, .
pal church, Titusville, on Sunday next, In touch with the happenings along the soda-water business of F. S. ChaffeeA land variety has large and well developed Daytona, New Smyrna, Orange City Banyan.:

|e 20th inst., at 11 a., m. and 7:30 p. .m. the keep East Coast, so he planked down $1.60 Co., at this place, and Is now preparedto beads just about matured and which In- Junction, Titusville, Cocoa, Jensen, -
cool soda milk' shakes, ice dicate to that of the best West Palm Beach and all other stationson + '
yield equal vicinity
a
dispense Rain Is( much needed In this
-Yr. Harry Wattori of Clifton who for a year's subscription.Mr. line to Miami and return ticketsto very
cream, etc., to both old and new patrons lowland rice of Georgia and South Car. Its ; ''
companied his wife as tat as New .Frank Thompson left here, Thursday of this establishment. We wish olina. be sold Sept. ], good returning up to at present.
oik, on her way to England, returned last, for Apalachlcola. lie has Mr. Knox every success In his new and Including Sept. 4, 1807. Whooping cough has made Its appear ,, "."
town last Saturday after a very pleast been in the employ of the Indian River .' -Mrs. John Carey and son, John, of Low rate will also bo matte to Jacksonville anoe In the McMillan family. .. ,
trip. Inland Navigation Co. Rochester, New York have been In town from all points on the above '
and second Bay BIscayne, of the steamer- St. -The Florida'Journal Is a new weekly several days this weeL They expect to railway on Saturday next, Sept. 4th, the Messrs. Snell and Neal are setting 'i-t s t
engineer
-Mr. Ros. Coleman received his new It as Augustine, but expects to return here In four-page journalistic venture publishedat visit Eau Gallle, where they are well rate from Titusville being $'I.no, g.cud to pines this week for G. E. Muriel

ayton of racing wheel last Saturday. about two months to take a position on Jacksonville every Saturday, which known, ere returning north. Mr. Carey, return until Tuesday, Sent. 7tb, for the C, L. Stewart ha. several men at work :
a pretty model, and Ros. Is justly the steamer St. Sebastian. lIe Is now claims to be a "newspaper with the now deceased, was at one time mayor of Labor Day celebration of Sept. Oth. The preparing land and setting pines ''''.
oud of it.' Look out for record break- connected with the Independent Line of moral courage to speak the truth;" and, lau Gallle. We acknowledge a pleasant proJl1'Rmme for the occasion promisesto
g now. between Apalachicola If It lives up to the standard proposed. call. be eapeclallylntere.Ung.Now Sanders, Jernegan and Halstln are setting '.
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steamers running t :
this week.
-Mr. Chas H. Miller, of the gents' and Columbus, Ga. Mrs. Thompson ex- It ought to prosper. We wish It every pines for W J. Kaftan

wishing firm of Anthony A Miller, pects to go to Apalachlcola next week success. Ladles' '97 motel/ bicycle, all Improvements shirtings: 7o. 5o. Gardner A; Walker Mrs. R. C. Creech and children were : :'du\

est Palm Beach, passed through here, Tltusvlllo's well- -Mr. Geo. W. Mackenzie has sold a .13.00. Gardner A; Walker. calling on friend In Troplo on Sundbylast. \ it .
Decker "
turday last, on his way to New York, -Mr. L. R. material I half Interest In his curio business In :]t


goods. with him Capt. John Simonson, an old of Lotus, but now of Seabreeze. Mr. To several days of this weak visiting her di

-Mrs. Edward Stlllng and daughter, and popular resident of Indian River, Mackenzie returned home to Canaveral It I I. hereby ordered that hereafter fast friend, Miss Florerce Creech. :::;

Cocoa, passed through Titusville, SaU and will shortly move his stock of lum- on Tuesday, but expects to be In Day- Fine, new, two-story dwelling/ 7 rooms, riding or "scorching", will not be allowed F. A. Houston and John Simmon..t. .'/

play last, en route to Saco, Maine, to ber, etc., to the site formerly occupiedby tona again: by October, In trade.time to prepare fitted with water and go throughoutand on the streets of the town of TKusrllla, took*the skins off about :ItO '.,;aton, up
'end the balance of the summer with L. C. Oliver, on the northeast side of for the winter tourist bath room; situated on the cornerof excepting only before 8 o'clock a. m., river last week. '
the ;
". Stiling's parents.' Mr. Stlllng will the railroad dock where shipments |can -Land Commissioner'J. E. Ingraham, First Street and French avenue, San- and on Saturday evening from 4 to 6:80 I Banana 1
'flow later. be! easily made. Mr. Decker left here Sat- of the F. E. C. ., returned to St. ford, Flo., on two lots surrounded by o'clock. By order of the Town Council. Ragan Bros sailed I down to Malabar
CJ Please' examine' the name-snd- urday last for Georgia, stopping at Daytona Augustine this week, from a month's Iron fence sulphur and city water. R. C. NCRIMOKOUU: on Sunday last for the purpose of look.
connectionwith exohaoge for house and land on doe of Beach A
In the M
ate en route, on matters In the northwestern states In the I Would I'res't. Board of Aldermen. Ing over nursery
slips pasted uppn your paper.or his business. We bespeak for the tour Indian River, equivalent 2,000.: ). it Arnold.. )
of -He the
rapper week and If are Interest Immigration. says
every see you of the K. N. S.
ot indebted to n*. If so, we shall be new firm a share of the patronage' outlook for Immigration to the East Address care,ADVOCATE,' Soda water Fountain Wanted. C. A. Smith, who was elected county t,
lad to have :you send us the small ADVOCATE readers. Coast from the farming; districts of theabovementioned Titusville 'Fla. commissioner for District No. 4 and was k
mount owing.At Archdeacon B.: F. Brown, who with state Is more encouraging swindled oat of It, a few days In
Wanted a small sodawater fountain I While here he.visited
a vacation north than ever. Usnyao this week.
a of Elks at Harrisburg, his wife la taking nhd State lowest to
meeting that himself Mule for Sale. and attachment. price his place at Atlantic.
a., last week, Grand Exalted Detwiler I writes the ADVOCATE arrived safely In New York -Mr. C. E. Faber, of Utica, N. Y., C. O. BLTTU,
PPolnted Gen'l Pass. Agent G. D. I Ickerly. Mrs. Brown while renewing his subscription to the Seabreeze,Fla.
of the J.; T. & K. W. By., depy last Monday week, after a pleasant They are tip, ADVOCATE, writes: "Mrs. Fsbertand myself One small mule for sale. For particulars Hammocks; new hat. With purchase Walker t
Mallory Line steamer. free. Gardner
of the Order for Florida, which office by the, situated In a beau- hope to be able to visit the East address "C, Bare Chance.For of 92 a pattern ,
delightfully '
quite honor. be says, ; We LaGrange, Fla.
an town (Hontlcella, N. Y.), the surrounding Coast again the coming winter.,
tlfal
-Mr. and Palm coantry being mountainousand have had avery unpleasant: summer, tale, on Rldgewood avenue Day- Wanted
e\ha V ve been.pYemnding. severof days abounding with lakes and streams.At raining almost every day. The snow, Ice Cream Freezer for Sale. tona, a very nice residence and Improvedlot if !

nlt.!: Augustine, this week, where they the time of writing, the temperaturewas mud and cold, no doubt will will appear think as In a desirable location. House Is By experienced orange grower (d0 d
nt to have their little daughter1 eye 62 to 65 degrees, so that a fire In usual, and beautiful then we climate begin" to I I A new "Jack Frost" Ice cream freezerwhich now rented, and pays ten per cent net. years' experience), grove work. Will
un of your the frozen cream la M I
ate which time was by no means turns out 1 worth attention.
was Injured some the sitting room This your contract for one year for '1.0O per day.
go by being cut with a knife. pleasant. Mr. Brown says there are seconds, for sale cheap.- Address Address; "C. II. W.." Address ,OBOWEB,
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crowds of New Yorkers at the place. State Dank of Eau Gallic Stock- A. V. A., office ADVOCATE ria. LaGrange, 71*.
ADVOCATE:
rTCH REPAIRING done by Anthony holders Meeting.A care Titnaville FU. Titusville, -, .- ,-
fine ,
Broe, West Palm Beach, Fla. PEKIN DUCKS for sale; very spe-
---- dmens; only $3 for two ducks and a stockholders For Charter. A. Fine Hotel for Sale.
drake. ,, special meeting of the -TU ADVOCATE I 1a still giving away, ,- f
Bones'Wanted.. Adores..&.LLABp, Mimi| yUt. of the State Bank of Kan Gallle will be free, tobacco seed of the finest gradeCall The fine sloop'Yankee Doodle can be Owner wishing to retire, will sell the
held at the bank building said bank In with Instructions foi oldest and best known transient and 4
and get some, chartered by the day, week or month;;
Save YOUI' bo_ aend them to tb. Grapefruit Bud for Sale. I Eau Gallle, Brevard county Fla.. at 9 IU cultivation.IF anywhere between Ormond and Miami. family hotel In Aihevllle, N; C. Small,,
acUonvlll.: Fertilizer Co., South Jack"ovule o'clock: a. m., on August allOt, law, for Good accommodations for ladle. For OMB pa7 I8Dt. Central location and

Fla; Will< pay cash for them. Five hundred Too.grapefruit AJ budded*.d., one or- the tors.purpose By order of electing of Board a Board of Directors.of Direct YOU NEED a Good, Reliable ane farther particulars, write to Cook valuable frontage. LOCK Apply Box to 668', ;,

old. 120 per J. tt. D. Smith Widely-read Newspaper, Subscribe tot CArr. GKO ,
Send year A. IIAaDes. (Signed) Tltnsvlll-rU. Asheville N.C."II'I"1f .
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ADVOCArc an order for any trees. .
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i l t I E ly ; 'THIS MIDSUMMER.. OUTLOOK'. mergut, the favorite summer resort of TROPICAL tNttOXC.c\.NT Croquet seems to They be realty.... taking playing hold th Michigan Lumber and Manufacturing GO-

the "Kaiser\ ," surrounded by mountains! I again In England. ,
r t I Produce Finer "Drunks Than more this season than they did last,, MANUFACTURERS OF -
streams
traversed two swiftly-flowing ; game
ROCK.LEDGK, FLA., Aug.: 25., 1807Editor by are'announced I
t In summer lively and gay; as Vienna I In Ours and Leave: No 111 Effect. and Important matches Sidings
rF1 ,' Indian River Advocate: lolo to take place almost dally for the next Flooring
1 winter. Having heard Its praises g gl
Genuine Palm wine made from the
1 1 commission met- '
Letters from my old we are settled. here for the, remainder r chants and from t>f the thousand Palmyra palm, is far superior to any Packing Boxes and Crates. Turning and
ti' ; t many i the season, until our return to Vienna Bo.Cascarets i Ceilings and Mouldings, Scroll Work.
potable product of the cocoanut Capt. Everybody Says
1i i ; and-one customers scattered throughou One who has ever dwelt among tbe the most won- .I Take Main street line
e l1 Burton of Burton Speke that the Caudy Cathartic, Good work and material at low prices. car to mill
I' :: {! i the states to the north of us, anxlousl; Austrians must ever remember the says derful iii llcttl disfovcrv of the Hire pleasant I and
h Inquiring what the prospect of the com pleasure-lovin juice of the oil palm makes a drink that and ,refrcslnnir;, to thu taste i act,gently office.
easily-amused bowels,
genial, kldueys, liver and
1 Is unapproached by the liquids of clvill and positively! on
tbe
Ing crop Is, tell us most plainly how Viennese; even their morning coffer, cleansing the entire system dispel| colds, Telephone (old line) 485. Jacksonville
1 is missed U. our zatlon. It Is of delicious color and flavor, headache, fevr, habitual roiintlpaUon Fla
J Indian River orange In "cafe" hour cure r
must be taken socially, a Please buy and t.ry. box A
exhilaration unmixed and bllloimnens.
and Its effects
'i,; ; f markets' and how anxiously their re- whole families together, talking, sraol are of C. C. C. to-day; 10,1\.,,, M cents. HolJand:
looked for. The with ferocity{ of a headache next, day. to cure by all druggists.
!,f' > 0 4 appearance Is preson Ing gesticulating, making their prettcompliments guaranteed
Livingstone makes mention of an intoxicant -
standpoint
outlook from. most conservative -
/ a but
which mean nothing,
s/l will no doubt prove of some Intel brewed by the Majenta tribes of: B,T" If you need any job printing,. we HARRY
them.
seem so essential to shall be pleased to get a share ot It. MASON CO.
the Zambesi. It Is made from the grain
especiall ,
of readers ,,
7 4 C r eat to moot your ;; No one but an Austrian could have
f ) those who'have been consumers of onr i composed the glorious 'Strauss Waltzes of the country, sun-dried and gently boil N

4r t fruit, as well as those who may have con and no Austrian but the great "Wall ed. The fermented .liquor eventuates In- ALEX NEAR. ERNEST TAYLOR. Jobbers in Fine Imported

( Y templated a. connecttyn with this most JohannStrauss, could have cot to a palatable beer. It will produce a M. MASON A CO.
King, superior brand of drunk, which leaves no NEAR & TAYLOR
fascinating industry of ourjBtate; jDurln) calved them. Just now both Stratu W Bay Street,

"I sl' the past winter we spoke most encour" and the greatest critic of Europe are Ill-effect. Indeed, It is an anti-febrilo( of (Successors to John McAllister.) 'JACKSONVILLE. Liquors and Cigars High
for fair a E n A Injjly of the prospect a crop bete. The great-souled kingly man, Di '
hence the increase at third; stricken! with jungle fever that the good Artesian Well Contractors
:year placing Haosllck, whose adverse criticism I II ,
't. 1 of lust In'our case doctor was made acquainted with It. Despite Grade Whiskies Etc
r ; times the crop year dealt in wisdom, a favorable one, a fortune ,
Rq1 i AI well as we can now estimate the crop almost, to the recipient. But even his protests, .the kindly natives EAU GALLIE FLA. $
sight will be fully sue. poured it down him until he saw visions 'i\'J ,;.;:. _
pa 1 fl In prediction Ischl has Us dark side, when heavy rain ; .
? talned. The Increase In our hammock and dreamed dreams and awoke a well Whiskies-Imported and Domestic: Southern Belle Rock and Rye.......,.,.....trom (IJiOnernillrandles
f ; average fall as during the last week and sweep;; The Largest and Most Cern Domestic apple peach, ulackberry, and peach and honey... .:.... ...from at lMtrS, !
will not however be quite so large Its fine 'bridges, its esplanade man. The introduction of the drink to nina-Hoiland- ,Old tom, etc.............-........-...t...., ....\.... .. ..,..........from at bowrgdRum ?
it gathered about away this country would cause a wonderful plete Establishment South. ... .....,....... .... ....:......... ....................fniinfl.Minern!
ill ) "' Last winter Kookledge or promenade under water; band Port atawbusca Claret, etc.,from........... .,....,....,...tlClaretsFlnestBrands. 1.ooirni
N li l t threelhundred| boxen. This year, iC J no increase in the number of fever case ....._...*.. :......,. ............. ,.. ...... ,........... ..,from *2.2.\ >rcMtBottled
I ,.. now stand gone, nearly all communlcatio Chicago Times-Herald. GEO. S, HACKER & SON Beer".. .. ., ................, ... ... ........ ... ... ...... .... .... ...... .. ...from 8130 per dot
In
; disaster befalls sight, wi ,
t i ,i. ; crop with outside world shut off; from Omun @r' All other Fine Brands at equally Low' 'rlces.
*I will ship between five and six thousanc den and other resorts, people flocke Jugs and demijohns will be packed in boxes>when so requested, without extra

boxes. here hotels orowded, food consumed and The Laws of Health.A cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company trill.'
In the crop will be not take liquor C. O. D.. Send money with order to save delay and trouble.
S nearly every grove no means of replenishing. In no place Send for Price List, or call upon MASON .fc CO.,
,.
b 1 t cut short by the prevalence of red-rust. In America would a baker 'get out well-known medical journal says: 301, 307, 300, 811, W, Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

n If it were not for this"disease, the crop of yeast; but one day here our ,cook returns The true secret of health and long life
1 would be ten thousand boxes, probably '
fully rolls
butter
from market-no no lies in very simple things:
; e more.: This disease Is, no doubt,,, but we are provided for; an:
no yeast, Don't "
caused to a great extent by too much honored friend of(ours, a professor from Don't worry.hurry. "Too swift arrives astaj'dy BICYCLES I Best line in the State
during the hot summer
cultivation Vienna Conservatory, who: on previous \ as too slow."
months, and an excess of roots over the occasions (with his family have don "Simplify I Simplify I 'Simplify 1"

top, aggravated by heavy applications'of.tlm'ulatlng much to make our Vienna sojourn pleat Don't overeat Don't starve. "Let .

fertilizers. Another year,, 'ant) has by some magic, appropriate) your moderation be known to all men." LUTHT, $i50.oo.*

,t v 'when the top and roots get more evenly and brought us some rolls. But, again, ,Court the fresh/ air day and night. "0, MANUFACTURERS OF
.
S balanced the disease will, we trust, disappear FOWLER, $100, $75.00.:
being rebuil .
the
sun shines, bridges. are If you knew what was In the air !" .I'

I, In -a majority of cases. In the. and soon tourists can come and go at Sleep and rest abundantly. Sleep isnature's Doors, Sasli, Blinds CLEVELAND, $100, $85.00.:' .
) meantime to the of limited experience
grower will: FERNS:: iWESTFIELD
y
benediction. *
would advise : let weeds _. _______ & Material
we,
Building :
it f fBdnost Spend less nervous energy each days Moulding $75.00, $60.00. ,
and grass grow to their hearts' content, .Your Bowels With CiucMvts. '
forevertoo than you make. / .. mw .. ... ,. ,
constipation
matured down so at Candy C eure w 5' ? v.
and when mow
fully t.llortlcl
King opposite
Office A Warerooms .
,5o./ It aU,druggists refund money. Be eDeerful. "A light heart lives long." : .
; to form as heavy a mulohUig alb possible. "Work like a man; but don't be work- Cannon Street. B. F. MANIER[ Jr.,

If fond of experimenting, root-prune to A Few Words from St. Louis. \ -
death.
ed to S. C.
a limited extent> and abstain, above all Avoid passion and excitement. A moment's Charleston,. Jacksonville, FJa.ltr .

things, from applying a high grade of ST. Louis, Aug. 18, 1807, anger may be fatal. With .b Music Co.
Freyer Bradley
1t be distinctly and
stimulating fertilizer. Let Sash Cord
t Weights; "
I 5138 Page Avenue. Associate with healthy people. Health
)h \ understood, .however, that this '
Editor Advocate is contagious as well as disease
advlc's rich hammock -
applies to our naturally
address has just been changed Don't the whole world'OD 'your Hardware, ,
My carry CHAS.I&v.
of bearing trees before the : :: : dZ OO.DEALERS
groves
from '703 Bayard to B138 Page avenue, shoulders, far less the unitrerses, Trust ; ,

freeze.To show what havoo this red-rust St. Louis. ? I have deeply- appreciated the Eternal., Window and Fancy Glass IN _

j plays with a crop, we will state that In the INDIAN BIVBB ADVOCATE, and ..11has Never despair. "Lost hope Is a. fatal A SPECIALTY. Fine: Wines an.c1 :Liquors: : ,
often made me desire to become disease" .
"aylut we visited a grove that gave '417. .19W. B.ySL,
__
b again a resident of Florida, where some : ? \tWANTED t- K '"
"
of three hundred .
y. promise of a crop JACKSONVILLE .'. FLA.
S visited the'same of the happiest years of my ministerial FAITHFUL MEN OR ,
a
boxes we grove
;' weeks and doubt fit life were spent. But my-work is being to travel for responsible I r::: ;' RICH WINES create Rood, rich SalI I
of we
couple ago, thy blood. Don't make. the mistake o( '
richly blessed and making fine progress established bouse in Florida. Salary .
the Owner will ship twenty-flve boxes.r Wd S $ buying sour poor wine because, it U j
: ; I and Position
,u $780 expenses. permanent. ._
With kindest and 'moat grateful re LI [ti cheap. It ta not. It baa a nasty (die.fI
The bast rule to adopt for",rod-rust Is, I Reference. Enclose self-addressed greeable effect upon the sj-atem, wliilei
In our opinion, to let the trees severely /cards; Most. sincerely yours, stamped envelope. The National, Star I good' wine 18 that really not expennlve,,ser and
pulled-together
gives
ANDREW T. SIIABPE. ; yon
j ,alone: This remedy, however, takes Insurance Bldg., Chicago. % Battgfled feeling.
rr We make a Specialty of North Carolina
01
time to effect a cure., To those who [The above gentleman was rector Mountain Dew Corn Whiskey, thin

i have nol the patience' to wait so long, we St. Gabriel's church, Titusville, for awhile Te Care Constipation ..0.......... 5 t years Parties old, $living 2.60 per in gallon.Dry Towns will dwell .
would suggest a trial'of some of. the and it was much regretted when Take CescuretaCandvCathartic.. JOo or 860. to order from us. as we can un '
i 4 5f .. tha6'aresaid be accepted another call.-ED.]' It C. O. O. fall to cure,druggists refuallmoneY. C them 60 per cent.on all orders.
to bo
sovereign .,.
(f sprays (jy Always send money with orden.We
remedy, and after testing them thor 1>."> will not open new accounts soles
ICCIVD THB .
Take Trip on Indian River. The candelabrum Is to the fore as. a suitable Jacksonville reference is (tlwnNo
} oughly report the result In the papers. HIGHEST AWARD MI PURITY. .' ... : Goods sent C. O.D. to Dry Town.
The present season has been rather [Sinner table decoration. The 'lights, /fijr>-f III ..\t\ r Agent; -Indlanopolls Brewing Ind.CVr(
of the Injlan r Brewers and Bottlers,Indianapolis,
The steamer St. Augustine, softened by colored shades, enhance the
a favorable for our oldest trees In Kock- River and Bay Blsoayne Inland Navigation of the shining silver and glitterIng ROBT. W. SIMMS Hercules Malt Tonic, S2.25 per case; Clayton JiiHasseU Wild Cherry Brandy, $4.60 per aBl .
; ', ledge; the summer has been dry, as Is Co. Steamboat Line, will\ leave beauty I I.
#'! usually the case, which promises a fine ritusvllle every Monday and Thursdayit glass .
x quality fruit; the healthy wood has 6 p. m. and returning, arrive at Titus- SOLE AGENT AND

made & fine growth, while our nursery rifle with\ Thursday the Jacksonville and Saturday, Tampa, connecting A Key For tired feet put a handful salt Into Wholes e Liquors HE PAINT STORE.

took Is a marvel of health and vlgotr- West trains In both directions. Four quarts of hot water. Place the feet .. .

Of course the present.crop of fruit will '" In the water while it Is as hot as it can

not be quite up to our old standard, but Baroelona Is to have a system of elec. 5e borne. Then rub the feet dry with a racksonville. Florida.

It will be superior to last :year; and If all trio; tramways forty miles In length, con- rough towel. Write for Prices.E. ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS,

well the with the surrounding districts.t .
goes we.confidently expect crop looting .
of 1808-0 to be equal to the best before [; will\ be built by a British company on
WINCIIKNBACH, Manager. F. M. BURST Treasurer. "'-TailPapers
the freeze-that Is, In thinness of skin- he; overhead system, and will cost about ,

; while In flavor, our present crop will, no 15,000,000., WORKSJIRON .

doubt, be equal to the best, FLORIDA MACHINE Paint
Outside Cold Water; ;
To sum up, briefly, the crop of Rook-
"Tetn, idle tears, I
ledge, frozen In December, 1804,amounted know not what they BRASS CASTINGS.General CO.
and I. E. BAIRD &
to about 60,000 boxes;' the present mean," wrote the poet.Tennyson. ,

i crop,say: 0,000 boxes, shows a most .FBut & Accurately Done. FLAp
alwa.s
tears Promptly
Repairing JACKSONVILLE,
& Laura Sts.
I 3 West Bay ,
In three .
} gratifying recuperation :rear s/ 'f mean W m .

The only disaster we now have to fear is something.There are. I Iron Building Columns, Kjb- Shafting Pulleys, Hangers Faints, Oils, Glass,Varnishes, and Boom Mouldings.
a recurrence of one of oar old-time cy tears of melancholy "'
1 "" tears : Oratl ? and Boxes In Stock.
,
j S
clones. Such. storm as we bad In 1880 of joy and ofdeapur Sash Weights and

would wipe out the crop In sight to a i 1 and VHs s lE f ft Saw Mandrels of all Sizes SAW AND PLANING MILLS JACKSONVILLE YARD' ,

great extent, and destroy ''the.old trees moat those pathetic aaddeat Dan a Specialty. Furnished. PtUotka, Flaw E. Bay St., Foot of Cathwto-

that have grown out above the bud by tears of the

breaking off the sprouts, especially those wrought nervous over woman S'C'G-.AEI.: .. 'J' TTLS.. WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY,
laden with fruit unless most
heavily .
t who has Telephone 103. Office and Shops at End of Viaduct In Riverside..
thoroughly protected by heavy windbreaks i been bearing Manufacturers of -
Such digester r Vup ss bravely JACKSONVILLE ,FLORIDA:
andtying. a
':. props ,
'i ft u she
.' ,jr would now prove a most terrible L under a daily may ,Cypress& Lumber Shingles; and lath. *
blow the'orange Industry. The three burden o?
.. reakaeas and dragging torturing pain. GEOTIO MARX.: JOHN MARX ,
months of the cyclone season are now on No wonder women weep. The wonder is shingles
,. ua,-and It behooves everyone to prepare hat they are not oftener in tears for all they MARX BR: <>S A large stock of Dry: Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding,.mouldings,
an to bear and suffer; and the saddest lath. and pickets always on band, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cyp-
little
forthe worst
't king about! it ia how their sufferings
H. S. WILLIAMS. .r* understood. Even the doctor nin. Wholesale Dealers In- louldings of all patterns a specialty.
times ia ten says t "Oh, a little nervous Whert at home, write us for prices;.when up our.way, come and see n*. t
et\L1t l Produce.::
icao,that's all' or aeuraIJria,"or "inaom- Groceries: : : ac.: :
A LETTER FROM AUSTRIA. nla," or "dyspepsia.: If he suspects the 131 and 133 EM Bay Street ...48 and a Newnan Street, -
real came he insists upon examination and
-f' local tre.tmeat.bout the very wont thing elaoli! OD.'V'I.11e: a P1or.l.d.a.:

; ISCHL, AUSTRIA, August 14,1807. oiMibls to a nervous, overwrought woman p w. B.: DAWSON
There is no need of these repugnant ,
Editor Indian Rive Advocate: ,icthod Any woman may insure health ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN -THE ,CITY .. -
aad strength ia a womanly way by the use
Wholesale and Retail
After a hurried trip to our own, dear of Dr. Pterce'a Pavonte Prescription. It
land America where I succumed tovKb ares the weaknesses and diseases of the We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas; '
i iminia organtam absolutely and com-' guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want
grippe the week we arrived, which ; letely. It was devised for this special: :your Oranges and Vegetable. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.:

t prevented the trip I so fondly anticipated, e urpo*needs phyaician of the* In moat eminent and MARX BROTHERS JACKSONVILLE FLA. &INE & LIQUORMHRGHA!

to Indian River (fairy land of pleasant Xpert specialist in_ea'a diseases.u %

memories); we had ft smooth voyage For nearly 30 years Dr. Fierce has been

England, where w'e made a short stay, del Botelud[ Surgical Institute of,AufTakv the Invalids'N. Y.Aa7 Jacksonville Fla.

1 enjoying the splendor of the jubilee, as woman may consult him by) letter freer Magnolia Grocery.... 1 119 West Bay St., .
cha.... Her letter will be .nswered not
; one but an American could enjoy It, Havana.
i br: a mere nun or uneducated: unscientific Fine and DomesticWines
.ot lIS a dependant bolory; but M free eraon. but by the most competent medical H. A. HENRY Proprietor. Old Liquors, Imported ,

and equal, rejoicing in the glories of the .sthonty anywhere obtainable. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in .
All women should read Dr. Pierce1 thonudpag Mexican and
Cigars.
I + great and good Queen Victoria and her illustrated book "The People's Florida

nation, for we are are also Anglo-Saxon, Una ommon more Sense clear and Medical comprehensive A Yiaer." It advicea con-: ***STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.*** JFXIVJEniSXEYS FANOY G-ROCIERIE S.'

; sad there should be much to cause medical subjects than other book .
any
GoodJ.-
S. 1 S + America and England to honor and respect ner tmblished. A paper-bound copy sent Write or call for our Cash Price List,which will please you ,1 from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no" Compound

1 each other.I'Then, here to Ischl, the the r tore for twenty-one wvnJimr one-cent-0>.: Or cloth-boan pay 103 Vain and 33 West Forsytb.; Streets, JACKSONVILLE:, JTLA. jy Price List upon application. Tour Jug Trade Solicited.If

"the most charming place in the Salakamj1 for thirty-on stamp. -.. ---.. Telephone No. 355. ;you wish to open an account you most give first-class city references
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE.. AUGUST,, 27.. '18W.t 8I '

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[ THINK FOR YOURSELF. commercial value which destroys Its SOCIETIES ETC. '
DO YOU WANT SOMETHING
face value; and when you talk about HODGES & GODFREY I
WALTM 8.GBABAIt.BOBBINS JKHSKN' FLA. Aug. 24 1897.. .
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Q a r. BOBSint. putting currency in circulation for the INDIAN RIVER OUARM..

GRAHAM I Editor Advocate.: use of seventy millions of people basedon Drill at the Armory, wvkr county lull,every GOOD AND CHEAP ? I'

I All juveniles In launching their barkon its redemption by the government in tuueday evening In the A.T.a..th..e PBASTKK S,o4hw'k.. '
Captain.INDEPENDENT
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW to 13, the highways of life are possessedwith gold, and the government without one be An furnished abktractshooing to lCb.ut'chllsor|perfect title of any will Yellow;!fff] berJ J ;
"'rom 10 a. m.
ICS J3ouRS and-2 to 4 p. m. all the knowledge and wisdom that ounce of gold to do It with, It would : ORDER GOOD TKMFLAR3.Tltusvllle of the following land In Itievard county: +,
II
Is accessible to human conditions.. They seem to me that the people fall to think Lodge No. 17 meets every: Tutwilay Right front on the north side of Main ,

ITITUBVII.LE, Brevard Co., Florida. : can detect and point out the defects and for themselves. It Is claimed that we evening ,:80 In fnwbTterlan church fnbllo street, Tltusvllle. Rlmrlim rights extend Orange ,
D.Box 108. meetings tint Tuemlay In auh month. to the channel, and the City Wharf Pratt Vegetable Onto j ji
lul practice In all the oourta-ttate and fed ignorance of people of all ages and conditions need gold to carry on international com O. GARDNER, Q. w. SCOSIEsec's. : extends along the lot on the south side. ,'

jicUl facilities for examining: and perfectKn4 at a glance. But as they advanceon merce. I notice from the records thatat C.VCUUKCHK9. There Is a large warehouse on the lot at i Lnmherdelivered.eauyparsof through bill of lading. :Anyone Indian contemplat.ing Riveron ,;; ,I

title*. the road of time, as was the ease with least ninety per cent'' of our International the bulkheAd of the City Wharf which bulldlngr on the Kant Count\would
  • well towhite .ii I
    for price. The Sawmill U situated on the
    with the and ) feet of
    myself, I goon found I had passed the commerce Is carried on by ex- : roes rentable property, 1,01)0 J., T,.A. K. W. Ry.,II tnlle south of Palatka.
    property along the city landing. ;
    .
    CARY-ELWES, know-all line, and became tangled in the change of products and bills of exchange, Price of property -Including warehouse, Satsumalllghts.Putnam o..Fa. I 1

    I' wilderness and soon drifted to tbe point and perhaps ten per cent In commercial EPISCOPAL CHURCH. $2,000. '!

    NOTARY PUBLIC, where I am not sure that I know speculation in gold. 86rvICl. the Und and 4th Sundays In each -
    any- month at 11 .
    m.and T KM p. m. Sunday school NATIONAL s
    STATE' AT LARGE. thing "Oh, that I were a boy again," The trouble Is, tbe people are running every' Aunday at 8.30 a. m. Evening prayer at Four and a half acres oUnml In the t
    taxes paid for non- I p. .... on *' .'11- Litany service southeast of southeast
    ; quarter
    quarter
    every
    Typewriting, after and false The
    then I could be so smart. 'I notice now humbugs... gods. rrld.a, 10 a.m. HomeSeekersREAL .
    'ents rents and accounts collected of section 20, township 21, south range
    R.,. B. r, BaowM, Rector.
    and then of the world Is getting so rapid
    etc. Correspondence solicited. even the young birds scarcelyout progress 88 east, at Mints station, on the J., T. A

    j'Uusvllle. Florida of their dirty nests, with their pin that everybody is afraid of being left PRESBYTERIAN: CHURCH. K. W. iVy four miles north of Tltusvllle. ESTATE EXCHANGE.

    feathers still sticking to them and they are launching out on uncertainand This Is In the western part of the .
    shooting '
    Service every Sabbath at 11 a. m.and T JO".m. Turnbull hammock and has been all \ .
    FOSTER off their toy pop-guns at my Ignorance. hazardous crafts until bankrupt Sunday chm.l at 8:45 a. m., Chan. (Gardner ;
    j-TEPHEN E. cleared ready to be set to orange trees. for
    Supt. Prayer meeting on Wednewlay evening Exchanging Property Property a i
    If I oould drop back to their age I could to-day and suicide to-morrow Is the at 1:30. The iiubllo are cordially Invited to attend Price HOC. Send what r
    of
    be epidemic of the season. The United our eenrlcee. Specialty. Description i I
    ATTORNEY AT-LAW, smart and shoot off toy pop-guns, H. I '
    M. QoODEka Paetor. you have and what you want. ,
    too. If boys could only retain all the States is revolutionizing from a condition The southeast quarter of the north

    oms 420 A 423, Gardner Building wisdom they start out with the world I of free people and free government to a BAPTIST CHURCH. west quarter of section 18, township 91, MALABAR, Indian River, FLORIDA. '

    would be 1 state of centralization anarchy and serfdom south range 3ft cost; 40( nore*. One-half CARROLL i
    FLORIDA. not large enough to hold themor Preaching every second and fourth Sunday, C. C. ,
    CK8ONYILLR, of this Is excellent hammock land and
    b&ll' and instead of to counteract morning and evening. Prayer, Mtwttng every 1 1I.
    their wisdom. But trying -
    providence Wednesday. evening at T0: o'clock. Sunday the other half Is muck land. It It situ Real Estate Agent.
    GORDON R. BROOME. been wise enough to trim their feathers i It, the masses of the people are helpIng School every,Sunday at 9.-4B. m. Alec preach ated within threo-quartors of a mile of .
    !I. SCOTT. ing fleet Sunday at LaQrante; Second Sunday,
    off to suit their condition as they ad- It on.Such Oak Ulll. All are cordially Invited to attend.B. Mints station and four miles north of
    -COTT A BROOME, Tltusvllle. A desirable 11 Choloe .
    vance in life, except In instances where would not be the case If people A. OKiooit, Paetor.METHODIST very property. I
    Road through the to the '
    would think for themselves. The passes property Wines, Liquors 'i
    ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, they become so blinded with egotism remedy station. Price *:200. 0 0 YM
    Is to keep from political dead CHURCH. and Cigars. .:
    (over Bank) that they can't see what. fools they really away ( ..
    The trouble with such Is falls, as you would from a camp meetingIf Regular services every flint, third and fourth GuaranteedPure. :
    are. they Sundays at II a. .... and 7:4J> p. m. Sunday ON THE ST. 1.UC1K: IHVKR.
    .
    |aml, .' Florida. know too much even to stop to think. I you wanted to escape religion. Between School every Mommy at 10:00 a. ii.. "Kpworth Sold at reduced (
    League ewfi" Sunday at 3::30 p. m. Prayer meet.Ingevery Lot 4. section township 37 south
    "' p '
    M the fire of and
    tangle-foot
    beard lecture from scholar whiskey .
    a an eminent Thtinday night at 7:00 it. m. The prices
    8. JONES Latlltt Aid range 41 east, containing\ 77 ixoics. This
    flNOR filth will mixed Society meet every VednedHy
    and the theme "Think for Your- political you get so: up
    was at 8:00: p. m. Everybody welcome at our church tract has a quarter of a mile front on the r Imported ,1
    selves." I was afterwards impressedwith you won't know whether the gold ervloe St. Luole River and lies a few hundred Tokay Wine '::1

    ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. i the force of his lecture by reading standard, as they call it, it for the I exclusive A.. W J. BEST, Pantor. foot west of where the Florida East from Italy: ,\, i
    Coast R'y crosses the river. It has a
    i benefit of those who have the
    ITUSVILLE BREVARD co. FLA line between the '
    a book on the dividing nice front and is excellent
    pineapple John B. Togni
    ....... free of and the interventionof gold or those who haven't got it. A CATHOLIC CHURCH. ;
    I agency man land. Price.*:;!5 per acre. Wo will not '
    County Judge of Brevard County. supreme power. I allowed the au- person who knows anything must knowIt Church Services building at 10,a.North m. every Tltunvllle.Sunday dhlWren's( In cut this lot. Metropolitan Saloon, 13-1: : Emit Bay St., -

    thor to do my thinking for me, 'and he is to the direct Interest of, one to the oateohUm at a p. m. Apply or write to the JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. '. I

    GOLDSMITH drew the line so fine that he*would have ruin of the other. I will close by givingan R.V..1.I'.O"Dov..lteot..r.MV1'ilCIPAr.. ROBBINS A GRAHAM CO., Wholesale and Ki
    extract from the contents of a political -
    me on the other side bore I knew I -- -,-

    had crossed the line, and'was unable, to gun fired on the peaceful noncombatants .. Tltusvllle, Fin. :y.

    ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,. 4 discover just when I had gotten loose of this place during the past o So XPKMIINOf.TMADB YEARS .'

    from myself and drifted Into other campaign: He said If we had free coinage TOWN COUNCIL. ,

    [ituBTllle, Florida.D. hands. That I apprehend Is about the of silver we would be flooded with R.F. Hall mayor'' R. S. Smith,marshal; J. A. Suwanee River Route.
    Happenette,tax collector, ; U.Cary-Elwes,olerk 1
    condition with a large proportion of hu- money instantly, until we would have toshovel and assessor; J. M. J>lxon, W. K. Knox Ueo.
    W.Booble, R. O. Sorlrogeour Thou. W. 'Lund,
    L. DODSON, manity. They let others do.their thinking it out of our doors to" obtain a councilman. The council meets second anu

    for' them until they don't know pa s..ay. and with the text breath said fourth Monday In each month. GEORGIA SOUTHERN1' A FLORIDA

    DENTIST. which side of the line they are on. If ltwould( Instantly create a money panic IVY, To all Points North and MARKS ,h

    S people could become reconciled to let heretofore unknown to the country. COUNTY OFFICERS. Northwest Via OlaUON*. its
    ... ,
    Office over postoflice.rIUSVILLE This Is a specimen of first-class politics. Palatka Tlfton Mooon and Atlanta. OOPVftlOHT *
    themselves alone and think for them SCHOOL BOARD.J. ., Anyone( .ket h end dmorlptlon mar
    The question is will people think for Low rates to all Summer Retorts; exceptionally eulckl* .n""r.., wh.lh.p an Invention I t. d
    selves Instead of having others to do 8. Bnowden. Tltimvllle; A. L,.Hatch City probably :. Communication itrlotlr
    FLORIDA.L. would themselves or run after such false gods. Point i i>. E.: Miller\ Malabar. Low Ratot to Nathvllle, now oonnilentlaU. Oldoit Mann forawmrlPH ,,lent
    their thinking for them .
    prosperity
    on sale at following rates lit Amerloe. We nave a Waiihliiiftou oiyivo.Patente
    MONT UARDKK. taken through Muun A Co. receivepeolal
    GAULDEN soon spring up and people would be COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.W Ton day limit Tuesday and Thursday! nuilueSCIENTIFIC la the ,

    I contented. But just now the world is )I. Sharpe, Sharpen, chairman; Joseph' I From Falatka $14; Jacksonville, $ia.80: AMERICAN,

    ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, In an ocean of politics with its foaming, Deafness Cannot be Cured<< Mendel Lailnngei; J. K. Walker, Titiinvlltei 1 Twenty day limit every dill beautifully) Illuetrated. laml emulation OJfanv ,
    J"o. Houston, Eau: Galilei R. I>. lloke,Jenwn. meuullo. jnunial,weekly, .;, ,
    I Will In frothy waves, drifting mountain high Bylocal applications as they cannot reach Regular n)..iou.are held diet Monday In each Palatka, *19.25j; Jacksonville $17.00 IllOaia. au...{It... .......I..a OIIph.I"ru..I>
    all
    practice the Court. of the State
    1 the diseased portion of the ear. There Is month. October 31st, every day IluuK ON PATBITM cent free. Addra
    Florida and the United Btatet Coorti. under the force of a cyclone of poisonous -
    only one way to cure deafness, and that Palatka, $2(1.15: ( / ; Jacksonville, $21.00 MUNN e\ CO., ;
    I P.O.Box,235. T1TU8VIULK FLA. windy gas manufactured by corrupt Set llrendwav, New Verb.
    is by constitutional remedies. '4; DeafnessIs COUNTY OFFICIALS.' The Scenlo Route. The Historical

    Money to Loan. 18 : political navigators whose purpose caused by an inflamed condition of Minor S.' Jones, Tltunvllla, county judge i D. Battlefields Route. Full Information,

    Is to wreck and destroy the,country and tbe mucous lining of the Eustachian L. Gauldon. Tltunvlllo pnmeontlng attorney) Sleeping car reservations, map., etc.,
    3PE A CAMPBELL ruin and after all what Is tube. When this tube Is Inflamed/ you A. A. Stewart,Tltuaville. clerk circuit court) J. can be obtained by writing or calling I :'
    feast its
    on ; sound F. Wooten, Cocoa' tax assessor| E. W. Hall. ', HUGH L RICHARDSON
    have rumbling or imperfect upon
    a Sharpen,tax collector A. T. Feaster Tltiuivllle,
    politics) when the chaff Is sifted out ? hearing; and when It Is entirely..closed, treasurer J. H.Hum;, Courtenay, mqerlnteed-| O. A. MCDONALD, Uen'l Agt.

    ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Nothing bat a personal local matter. deafness. Is the result and unless the In ent puldfo i Instruction; J. O Frlm.. Orlando: O, P. A., Macon, Ga. Jacksonville.
    county surveyor|J.P,r6wn,Tit.evllle; ihurlff.
    There Is really no such thing as national lamination can betaken out and this tube a' R/IA S .

    in restored to its normal condition hearing .
    politics the dally wrangles congress -'- t
    Jacksonville, Florida. ;, will be destroyed forever; nine cases out
    proves that on every question that arises. ten are caused by catarrh, which Is nothing AGENTS-'2Ji to ISO: per week easy. 1 t?.

    FORGE W. ALLEN Take for Instance the two great political but an inflamed condition of the mucous You work right around home. A brand ROYAL-TANSY PILLS yIEqgpq t,

    of the day the protective tariff surfaces.We new thing. Write to us quick I You .seas[. I Y
    questions VICRY. JUCVm: : rA.....
    will be surprised at how easily It bo REwDIs
    Dollars can
    will give One Hundred for .. .
    which the r A sew, .II obi.aik4ar relJ tern|
    financial ,
    ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, and the average case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) done. Send us your address t : jtrMMd, ..MM!1.., aoantjr or ,01..f..1 .f
    any ,.
    wild countryman has lost sleep over, un- that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh It will be to your interest to investigate.Write m.lmttm' uratlon.lavlirora Mow wd/b..era.ky mr.... .: I

    8Y.West, Florida. til he,has reached a state of nervous exhaustion Cure. Send for circulars; free.F. UMlay. Address "People's," pal wa.>ort. of tl;1 na p 7lM_...,. nwUlKxtl.__.aa, M.Hunt... .... iktakKlrnple "

    Will practice in the United Statesnd from which it Is to be hoped J. CHKNKY: Co., Toledo,'O. 3041 Market bt., Philadelphia, Pa. .sunps.d-i In or pads r.rr.; ii
    State Courts. OjunOOP. he will never recover; when In reality he Sold by all Druggists 73cr or IATIYM, .,...._.r.ill...r."U &n'Jfn.t1l:'h l'J l bring, -you..wesilS.hl _.

    has about as much Interest In either as drAt DEED blanks lOo. each; $1.00 per 100 at Sold by J, B. Soreveft, only ,:lie",.'". ........._...,Nf.'.,aI"'"."Il....,(04 WIN, .See 4.J&ail '"

    H. HOUGHTON he has In whether the cannibals of the :Mooresville, Ind.,a carpenter work the ADVOCATE office. , ,
    DL West Indies use hatchets or carving ing on old building once used as the .

    knives to dissect their fat missionaries, postofflce, found seventy-six letters and -We have just received another supply -

    DENTIST. or whether they consume them in crude postal cards that bad been dropped down of very fine grades of tobacco seed, One Man Can Run This Steamboat "

    caught on to the science of under the letter box and had failed to which will be given away to any person 000 'off zp
    Qaytona, .; Florida. style or them who will plant It on the East Coast Call c
    porterhouse steak. Every man's politics reach their destination. Most of or send stamped-addreased envelop,for

    it a personal matter with himself, bare dates of 1874, 1075 and 1870, and I some to the ADVOCATE office. O 03' I
    IT5ALPH E. SMITH + w
    just as much so as his own family. This some as far back as 1871. U .

    PHYSICIAN thing you call patriotism was all right Dye for the Boat Tebeece Ill art ..eke Yew life a..,. E 2 2.D i
    Its whiskers
    for all purposes In common during To quit tobauoo easily and tore.... be mac .
    day; but then it was a distinct thing does Its work thoroughly which coloring uniform ant, lull of lit., nerve and visor, take No-To- 11 in
    SANFOBD, 'I' FLORIDA. brown or black when dry, Bas,the wnnder-worke, thai msluM weak men
    from politics. will neither rub wash pff, nor soil linen. trout. All druggists. ,Sic o.II. Ottre guaranteed. i
    T O. FRIES C. JE. Josh Billings gave a definition of pa- Booklet and sample tr... Address. 0 f 1 n
    British Sterling Kemedy Co., Chicago or N.w York. I' u
    I V triotism, which will meet the conditionof In all their wars the have won

    COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land the average citizen.. He said: "When the average of eighty-two per cent of the C 3K

    a man Is willing for the last one of his battles. No Cure-No Pay' c nS ..t ( )
    and tub-divided. ? .
    legally surveyed
    relations to be sacrificed for the the all ..eUGrove'
    wife's Lion tamers, as a rule, prefer lions to That Is way druggists
    Mapping neatly done. Estimates for Tasteless Chill Tonlo for chills rt
    good of his country, he was a good lionesses and dislike a troupe of both
    all kinds of engineering works. Disputed Take the protective tariff and malaria. It Is simply Iron and qui :E
    patriot11 mixed. In such cases the danger
    sexes nine In a tasteless form. Children love
    MANDLRN PILOT HOUSE.:
    lines a specialty hobby, and you will find It directly personal of entering the den ls quadrupled, and It.. Adults prefer It to bitter nauseating i HACII1NKBT FROM
    .teamb/la' 9 a-ft. depth of ( draw ll! Inchei of water an*)
    TITUSVILLE and selflsh. fro Illustrate the fact, mischief Is pretty, sure to result sooner tonics. Price, 50o. I i will run eight mile*II toullony.*4at.INeal" feet with ."-hull. "...-......ID. Two folding bede and
    Brevard Co., FLORIDA. the East Coast of Florida! galley,Sall-,.. the people on or liter. able for pl..anre par _or Ilictit freight or rnln) > ItnalneiM. We will duplicate, for 11,200, o( 1,1
    want protection on pineapples, and don'twant ( 'I ANTBD-FAITHFUL MEN OR will alter to ult condition*,at prim from Suun" .(10 to 91 full.
    -vo"ao.1od. else the wool growers fop travel for MERHILtVSTKVKMM: : : RMQINEEHIKO' : : CO..
    VV to
    : ; :Man It on anything ; "? Cuts.: women responsible I
    13S A 140 EMI Bay St,"....ooavm., r... Engineer: Contractor, Rat.NOUTIOORS : .
    In want It on wool and don't want It on Guaranteed tobaCCo bablt ours makes weak established house In Florida Salary '.
    every section at once to sell staple the men tiroo*, blood pure. Wo,si. clrutflJlac. $780 and expenses. Posltlen permanent.
    .
    through
    else and just so
    goods dealers' no peddling; esperienedunnecessary anything Reference. Enclose self-addressed

    ; beet side line. $75.00: a whole catalogue of protection. If that stamped envelope. The National, Star :. the New Sporting Magazine.FP ,

    month. Salary and expenses or large is not strictly local and selfish, what ,ls Pineapple 'Orange and Lemon Insurance Bldg. Chicago Jan20,97 Invaluable to tho aals water fisherman, the fresh water fishertaci .

    commission made. Address, with 2 cent it? The great financial bombshell has Land For Sale Cheap.I man, tile grouse quail, snipe, WoodOOCIC and hare shooter the
    tamp for sealed particulars,Clifton Soap and turned the country bayblnl and willi fowl gunner. the big game hunter the tourist
    - run many crazy, i.j wheelman photographer boatman and Daturalla' Price llkta
    'I1aU. Ohio. pLeading tall end foremost, when In fact, If let have for sale 80 acres of pineappleland Notice. L Subscription. '1.00 per ;year. Write for sample cOPI. ..

    - alone' has scarcely a feather's weight on St. Lucie river a few mile be- ({EO. LOUTREL LUCAS Editor and Proprietor,

    with the interest of the country. The low Eden, 49 of which being northeast In the Circuit Court, In and for Brevard No. 1 Madison Ae.. N.", York N. Y.Traveling. .
    northeast of section County, Florida: In' CUAMCEHT.Tboma .
    finance of the government represents quarter of quarter
    A.Crlmmina
    about seven or eight per cent of tbe cir 18, township 38, south of range 41 east; Vlt. .
    medium of exchange ID the the other 40 Is tbe northeast; quarter Richard Paddlwm. and > Bill to Foreclose
    dealers culating of southeast quarter of section 3, his wife Mary a.. taddJMortgage., ...
    about six per cent la paper son.' }
    States
    United ; south of 41 east.
    sellERRY'S silver. Silver la township 88, range ft appearing,the affidavit. of I>.L.(Oanlden lyAny
    .
    everywhere ,
    and one per cent In The above land can be bought for 110 i attorney for .eoraplainant, Thomae A.
    used almost wholly as a convenience for per acre. It; Is suitable for pineapple Vrimraln, that the: defendanta, Richard P.Pd Point West or Northwest
    1 S lime >llaon and Mary E.: Pad.lu.rn! nalde wltboot ,
    SEE change. The balance of our exchange is orange, lemon or growing the State of Florida,and are bout over the are .
    Will be sold In lots of 40 acres, for Richard l
    As for goldin of bwentyoney..n, and that said P. "V1.a. jSa.tlAXl.tCtBay -to
    :0. ._.. imply transferable paper. cash. This land will soon be worth $AO PaddlMn and Mary E. Paddlaon ralde at Point (Cik ;
    "4 plantlM. aofeaknowa qoMy. it is simply a com- CaaweU.state of North Carolina, and that thereU
    ...",*.>.>.:".:*wl&.t!'rtSSVf full>' of .MCStt *. modity the United of commercial States, traffic never was per Apply acre. to C. U. Walton, ADVOCATB of no anl person.ooenaepon In tbe State whom of would Florida bind the the ervloe aid Nash""i. J.e Ces: : .tezs.rs.to:: :: ,1.

    -egsb.eaM.4AsaudlM. Bobbin A Graham TltusT Richard. .....d'- and Mary, E.
    and from a office; or to defendant
    ? D.M. FHRRY L 00.. exchange or money proper HUe .U {'paddleoai It I* therefore ordered that the said Your Tickets via( 1
    standpoint, never can be, defeadanM, Richard P. Paddlnon and Mary E.PaddbMiej .
    D.troN Mloa.YOUR government do ap| a.at the rierk'e ofll" at the
    from the fact that the government has ANTED-FArrurUL MEN OR i Court DOOM,at TUu.vlIlc, Florida en the TI TO :ROUTE:

    to get It. The gold T MXTIf PAY Or SEPTEMBER.: A D VBl,
    and
    y not got, no way to Individuals V V women to travel for responsible to plead aaeweror demur to complainant's bill Double Dally TlirouabTrain... AH correspondents 1"
    ' In the United States belongs established boos In Florida. Salary of complaint flied In tall eauM.It promptly) answered and sleeping car e

    FORTUNEl2rJr just as much as a man's. hog or $780 and expense.' Position permanent. to farther ordered that this notice bo pah.lleheil berths reserved: Will be glad to meet passengers DF tat
    each week for four eooeeentiveweek
    , row | and the government hasn't a particle Reference. Enclose self-addressed In once the LvoiAJr Rrvca ADVOOATB, a new*- depot In Jacksonville' or office, 124 West/ a '''
    (.. :w: l2rJr : sadS.S.altay sheep, ate"
    ptae r rr :.r .... meddling with It stamped envelope. The National, Star paper pabilehed Brevard coonty,Florida.I Day street. "Drop me a Line.1' ( i](
    affisttt.! "' more business i Honorabia Joaa D. Hroome.JadK On
    ? .BrI: = Insurance Bldg., Chicago.TmkeCueareU I Witneee, the
    t.I 10 :_ o:i se S1Mtee. has with another man's hogs or of aald eoort,and the wet of said eoart, WALTER HAWKINS,
    '::.I. : than It i M the snore bnae as Tltoevllle, Florida ibisthe ria. Pass. Agt., '
    . Th. 'e.o...riT..caOAT...M.'. sheep. Gold has never been used M -I T. Curs e-u...... r_ gad day of August,A I> wn. J. C. IIA1LK, O. P. A. Jacksonville.

    .A.ta.M= .Ti.w.. commodity of exchange In the United I Caod*Oaikartle. Me' or... .CSeaTJA.A.BTEWART.. Savannah, Oa. 4

    .:.:-:.=..-.:: -- .... ::! States and eaa" be, because it has a If C.a a fall *...*.,drocxlMe,.,.a4 sMtwy. aa&Mf Clerk CirruS Coors '

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    '). ...... ",. INDIAN RIYEII'ADVOCATE, AUGUST ST, 1887.t .
    j"q &. 1 '

    ill horrible tory comes Crom' the Semi LaG range. E. B. Williams &, Co.-
    '
    in the I
    .... INDIAN RIYER ADVOCATE + except camp, 60 miles southwest of here la
    between 4 o'clock 'Qlades. Two months ago It is sMd!,
    -' ... afternoons. brave named Cat-eloped with i a Robert Carlile and family were visltlnj Fruit and Prodaco Commission '
    ',, ... wu CfcV: JOCBXAI. DBYOVBD: TO TBB: DBVIOPMBinr urday wife. The Tiger entire tribe arose at friends in our burg last Sunday. I ..Wholesale: Merchants,,
    .. TH. IHDIAM slvsi: LAB place, we ,
    : OF
    :
    / as infidelity and theft are capita and B..., Carlll
    Green Coats
    .. S.ii Ask
    1 i 8ISOAr "ATBCTIO Issued at Broad St.
    t WOBTB AJTO der was .. The missing lovers were sough about the mosquitoes at Aurantia.Mrs. 66 South ATLANTA. QA.

    : f PUBLISHED EVKBT-n r -FRIDAY.fe. quest who were of several anxious and home captured, and,recently.after a solemn They coun-were F, A. Chappell Is quite ill and Foreign and X>owiot; tio Frult.

    .. and limbs of their I I lasting two days and three eights, has been for several days, with continue!
    IHLLLlr, ; i r OBAS. H. WAI/TOB Editor& Proprietor.MBMBKB in doomed to a horrible death, the fever. I' VBCITS: IOranges'
    /' U not be placed being eaten by alligators. Bob Cbaudoln. says he likes to take' VEGETABLEStString
    '' 1) 'OF day of the week. "The prisoners were taken to the south the girls to church with Tom Johnson' Beans. ,
    4 ASSOCIATIO! thought, too, that of Little 'Gator Key. The two wen little mule. Cauliflower.OkraCelery.. I Bananas,
    1. PRESS ;
    S... t. THE FLORIDA would be a and strongly tied to stakes nea '" Grape Fruit,
    ing L. C. Schennlng, of Springfield Mass. : I Lemons,
    WITH THE water's edge, about fifty feet apait Cucumbers.
    4 AFFILIATED to practice, and dp Indians then tied a dog between is having his grove at Aurantia .rocupet' Tomatoes \ I' Limes,
    r
    ti v t National Editorial Aisociation, should be nearly 1 1duce' to attract the alligators. For an ated again. I Beets, Cabbage, ,' Peaches,

    :,. I IY fever and a day they were left there in the bot We are glad to see our friend, And ew I Squash, Pineapples,
    'i (' DlROontlnimnna of advM. mint be'made ponally as practicing} in ,exposed to Inneets etc., and It wai Cantle, up and around again after his i New Potatoes, Strawberries
    1 at this oflloa or by writing. until. near sundown that the allifta Illness. rEQuite Egg/ Plant, Grapes,
    severe "
    at the.tlme wjien came out. They crawled out-somi I Alpar uil.. Cocoanuts
    iP7 t.. Check etc., may ho made payable to CiiARL ing ladles and of them-and all made for the howl a delegation of our. young 'an< REFKRBVOESi Third National Bank Atlanta Ga.j; (;80.K.Johnson, Candy Mr ,
    ; 1',t yi'. 8.WALrorpublleberandproprletor, be out-Is likely dog. married folks attended colored' church Oa.; Armour packing Co.,Atlanta,Ga. Qeo.M.Taylor,W.8.Duncan& o.?Atlanta,GII.tlalta
    ._ --.- and torn to in a at Mims last Sunday night.
    -- seized
    a I -------- -- --------------- dents and perhaps < "Ho was pieces v. l
    i The savage saurians then T. A. Johnson and babies accom;, -=
    that Mrs.
    1 do
    Sun'makes we see
    4' TIIE.Tropi al an appeal ] their attention to the two Au '
    h person husband to his ol\lJ1P..at
    i ;, to the Palm Beach merchants the fortnightly before them. Fearing it WAS a trap, panted rantia, for her a week's camp last week. SAVE MONEY And Buy From ###* :
    ; their of business stop -to on this ; : would not venture near them for ,
    jl r t to close up places old bull Louis Coleman's wife presented 4>ln
    think it will time. Finally an 'gatoi
    .: one or two afternoons In each fact, up and made a dash at the In- with a fine daughter last Saturday morning :r 9.ME 3 ':::6_ ::so-cres: :
    and it difference as far well. .
    ; week. This,Is good advice, The roars of the,creature brought ; mother and child are doing ,
    :'' ,. would,be well If every town followed concerned. It is others,and atash was! made. Tw< Louis Coleman Is having an addition,
    this plan. As the Sun say, the president of the alligators attacked the woman, built on to his house; uncle Jack Carte: Feed Garden Seeds Flour
    ; "other'and larger towns" have tried should} look atthe In a few moments she was cur and T. A. Johnson are doing the work. Grain Hay Grit
    of sauri.inn ,
    r of ; with a roaring mass ,
    t 1i M it and found it answer, therefore point of view "One seized a leg, another an arm, and John ,Henry, formerly of Melbourne
    t; ii 'h would it not be a good thing t tmake to think that a her piercing screams she was liter- Beach, but now of Tttusville, spent lasSunday Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.
    il the practice ,universal ?. people will agree pulled apart. Her husband, seeing in our town, the- guest of tin

    dom in the agony, drew his rifle and shot her,, postmaster.The Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; 'Harmless to maa or
    an end to her agony. The brave Is all the tall
    Mime
    road
    Ilk'A SUBMARINE torpedo bicycle hone councillors. ad witnessed her death struggles, and now, and shell judging to from the boys' .talk, beast. Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations.

    .iii of the delightful inventioi endeavored to free himself,' but in If it gets; through, La Grange will need Office: 124 W. Bay street JACKSONVILLE[ PLJL
    i The saurlans surrounded him,
    f to } that will probably add excitement THE SHELL a bike factory. .
    : several seized him by his legs, oth I -
    a ''to,the next/naval/ war, and which, crawled over the backs of their com I .
    ,; successfully used, will help I to There is very and snapped at his chest, tear- Daytona. P. E. McMURRAY Carriage andYagOi
    r.anlons
    f I,, convert war into wholesale butchery ) that the shell road 1 huge pieces of flesh The Indian

    i ,r; '.. It is certainly about time the built within a them, shouting his death song,, G. A. Gilletl &
    i. 1 his agonies were frightful to witness G. W. Gillett\ representing
    ; ; much-argued subject of arbitration The people at both ten minutes an awful fight went on, & Co., of Saginaw, Mich., applied to the BAKER _
    i was taking definite shape, wben are anxious for it, alligators literally eating him alive." Town Council at its meeting last night,, III' aterl1l .

    'these infernal machines are being to do everything for the ,building and the maintaining limit of a, Dealers ,In
    telephone system in corporate
    invented almost daily, each moi work along. t ,
    Railroad Commission. distance 'phones are '
    of the town. Long
    murderous than'the last. come we bope. to to be used, and it is the Intention of the Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts etc.,ttc.

    tended south, 'BO ] Commissioners Davidson,' Day and company to connect not only Seabreeze,, Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

    4 TEN years! ago it was popular!, each town and 1 have been given the Senate' Halifax and Ormond'with Daytona, but Orange 4e
    supposed that the rainy seaeon r of joined by good, at Tallahassee, for an office,, also to run""a wire to'DeLand, Port -
    Ponce Park and New Smyrna may
    r Florida began in ,June and was and the painful hearing all were, which on hand commenced for their first Wednes pub- eventually; be'included In the system, The New c"vSelden

    : i ovor'in'about'elx: weeks, but this the deep, loose morning at'9 o'clock. Just what The placing of the poles Is all to be
    work now-a-day been our fate toward rates, under the supervision of the street committee
    ; theory will, not .up have done establishing
    )t of will be and regulations for the railroads of and no cutting or injuring of
    in the matter time, a
    Nothing regular -
    state to observe, they have succeeded the foliage is' allowed. In conformity Door. Cum anP.EiLATKA
    the rainy Then will the Cypress JJ
    weather can be expected: : ; keeping to themselves. with the acquirements of the new charter -
    ,season comes when'it chooses; and the complaint that In anticipation of the opportunity to an election has been ordered for ,
    Just'now we seem, to be having a anywhere' but are their views with regard to the Sept. 27th at which time the popularvote ,
    off
    ; wm..declde FLA.::
    l the question of granting : ,
    very fair sample of it. Like lome back," will no "rates;rules and regulations, _' ,
    4 individuals, Florida, would rappel r not only will the < managers to of the General various Superintend-roads have the franchise* Opened October 1st, 1896, turned the. steam on to

    to enjoy keeping us guessing as I to but the farmer, gather. Door Sash Blind
    1 I 'Coffin, General Passenger 'Agent U. 8. Department of AgricultureWeather One of the Largest and Best Equipped ,
    what, her next move will be.'t every one who ; and General Freight 'Agent ,
    .._.._.... and then we shall of of the Jacksonville, Tampa & Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. United States '
    THIS is an age of, problem we managed to West, Vice-president J. R.- Parrott, and General 'WoodWorking Plants in the
    the F. E. C. Ry., and Division Passen state
    comparative
    The following; is a
    Wnlle we in this country are confronted roads so long. It Agent Jolly, of the Plant'System, ment'of temperature and rainfall: for the And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eiglt
    \ ,, with the problem of social years to join all numerous other officials of- the sev reek ending Tuesday, Aug. 24, 1897: years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the bat
    is I democracy and a sweeping, reform towns and lines are in attendance. -1897- -1808ATB. possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will cow
    of our whole social system: Francis with a network !) MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house, Materials, Tanks,. Glass, eU.,
    e conelderably troubled by the roads, but It will Roseland. 18 88'' 77 88' 81
    10'88 81 88 77 J
    'lack of increase in her population : in time, for this is 4{ 20 \ 89 76 93 76

    -. The birth rate ,to every l.QOO inhabitants will not be Miss K. Cain is visiting at Woodley. 121 88 78 89 73 MIAMI -
    ,, in that country is only oblivion-i-too Patch1 ''''s6n 22 '89 76 88 73 *
    Born to Mrs. William E. a 75
    88
    01 79
    i 22, while at the beginning of tbe in the result to let ; 23
    'It n Monday. 24 8871 88 11(
    century,it was 33, and at this day, besides, enough E. M. Stokes, of Woodley,,. 'paid Total rainfall for the week: 1.37 Inches
    t Germany's population is inoreae Lone to insure the.4'A eland a business visit Tuesday. eparture from normal rainfall for the I

    ing at a rate of 38 to every l.OOC(., the work. Mrs. L. C. Moore left the latter part of week: phis 0.21 Inches. Departure Town Lots Now on Sale
    I which is a source of much inquietude ; t week for a visit to Melbourne.No from normal rainfall since January 1,
    l to her Gallic nel ''hbors.I A >lus 15.14 Inches. .. ,
    .___ __ tfl rain for some time, bnt plenty of J. W. CRONE, Observer.
    T and everyone who Is not making General ForM
    EAST'' COAST vs. ORANGE We do not know | is making jam. A. E. KINGSLEY Agent

    COUNTY meats about to be The lighter, Bon Ton, of Sebastian, inharge TOBACCO SEED TO BE GIVEN I ,
    1 pot of the Florida ; of M r. Gore Senior and family, Away to any person who will plant it Julia D. Tuttle.
    are peculiar to : up the Sebastian River,Tuesday. I in Brevard county. Call at the ADVOCATE i
    ; ,I "In default of other matters of office, Titusville, and get some. I
    being carried out < W. P. Underwood has made a bathing
    Orlando Or, send stamp to pay postage. '
    amTitusville PROPERTY
    interest
    exciting
    line, but in either about 27 feet long in connection CHOICE BUSINESS. AND RESIDENCE
    I are disputing over the his artesian well for the'purposef ,
    ,ownership of the finest pineapple" respectfully of that company, .< teaching his young daughter to swim. Best Ink In all parts of the Town'. Carefully Selected
    This Ie hardy *
    the Citizen.
    altogether Bays correct ;i' the dispute is;, & good thing to ,< Remember, the ADVOCATE:, Tltus- Black or red, one pint, postpaid, 10., Fruit and Vegetable Lands on
    II not which section can produce the neatest and i e, does all kinds of Job prlntlag tions. Each ag ,e a share of your work.] Roseland, Fla. t Miami
    but which section i Is
    j finest apple, would then take I Ky Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.
    ( .the most profitable per acre. It i ie Is
    trouble to win the ; lain Office Hotel Miami MIAMI FLORIDA
    t quite possible that Orange'' ,county ion to the pride ,

    can produce the finer Apple, ''as sh.< take; in having the FERTILIZERS. ---
    makes a specialty of fanoy varieties -
    and the <
    grounds; ...
    admit thai
    do not
    (though we -
    line would be
    this is the case), but we think thai the; flower-studded f 'CHAS. N. WELSHANS: ,

    our esteemed neighbor and contemporary would be found 'When you are In the market write for Information regarding t J -.

    the Star, will have very lace. We believe ft our.Complete. _

    little difficulty in producing figurei Ice> is carried on CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR, PLASTER!,
    i' its statement that th< ,
    to prove
    FertilizersVegetable
    the world with : : :: : :-:
    East Coast pineries are more profitable -
    than those of the Interior lults to the ) ** HAIR AND LATH. **,
    lee why it should fruit and Tine, orange tree manure, blood, bone, .

    CHEERFUL OUTLOOK is well here.Vicepresident. and potash, and other brands. State Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils.
    i A I *T
    always on the Works \\If' 13 Hogan Street,.
    Armour Fertilizer Old 'Phone 8. )o(
    The high prices for and big cro'pof j approvements can '
    ,
    1 wheat,will have a great influence hould the above I JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA._ -
    i in almost" every department of with his Chicago, -

    trade. To begin with, it is estimated doubt it will "
    by those competent of judgIng and> the Where these fertilizers are made, having unlimited sources DR. C. F. HOUSTON ,

    u that the crops will bring 11at, last Coast R'y. from which to draw their supplies, use nothing but the very ,

    ',, least $500,000,000 more this year of beauty to the beat materials, and there are no goods made better than our' :DmN'TAL: 1' ..RLORfa.ttabllshed .

    than in 1806, in which satisfactory II well as ,''I COMPLETE FERTILIZERS, We solicit your"Orden. Keen'... '
    aggregate the increase in the yield rough which the l584. ))0( Cor. Bay and Laura St ., over Mrs.

    p and price of wheat will supply 160 ARMOUR & COMPANY; .. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.For '
    to 200 millions of doll an. The A' '
    fact that the world's supply of Jacksonville Fla. the next 30 days prices will be as follows: Gold Fillings, 'I.M Foil A0 Be fI u"
    p wheat is short, has made the demand The following I laatio Fillings 600. to $1; Alloy Fillings, $1 to $1.50; Plates, $9 CO IS;plates *!!
    where
    1 t American wheat almost (very beat), $0 to 910. Extracting free by painless method, bow
    ,1 for (horrible lie made. First-class operators and polite attendants. Gold and ContlnQoalSeU
    .; : I unprecedented, and among the ame for the ) of Teeth made and repaired.
    v A chief beneficiaries from this great lipped i from the The Premier Flour of America. --

    demand will be the transportation qu .rer. It would

    '! companies which handle the crop. rom the lurid s.e .:eEL: esOS-: ,
    After several years of depression, of some of the .
    rlSIH
    low prices, and scarcity of money, juice," which is Unexcelled K Biscuit I/C/ 1

    we have at last stumbled again termed whiskey, in-
    Retail Dealers
    upon '"good times," and we can I lorry to say la ltaG) Srn Wband
    look at the Immediate future, with In these parts. '

    .. a comfortable assurance of pros others who do For md EHICLES (H1S1? | HARNESS,

    perity. dition.we t live where in a nPATEKfvumuin.n ,

    THAT''' BICYCLE ORDER. tions are Bread r pIcprcsented And Bicycles.

    rthern papers, G ; .. ,

    '' We cannot agree with the edl- al i gospel truth by argest Stock and Lowest Prices in the South",

    ,tonal in last week's Star, complain. aders. Here I. CarlisleTfb1*
    1 1 j, '' fag of the action of the Town 1arn; : Correspondence solicited. Agents for Victor, Barnes and
    ; bj F. H BURST JACKSONVILLE FLA.
    Council in prohibiting fast riding 'Fr. LAUDKBDALK, If/: JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

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    Melbourne.- .' F .E .R T l L1.ZERSMML !

    GOODE *;: OOODK.-Re Estate and Loan.
    YAtQY. Age Globe ntfor and*Iml"rlal*"., London Fire Innurmnee.and Liverpool Special and f1 ,

    attention paid to the Interests of non.idents. .

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    ; HOTEL CARLETON. MELBOURNE 'FLA.- 1 "SPE"CIAL PRICES i +
    Beautifully Bltnatert on a high bluff overlooking -
    the Indian Rirer.. FlraMlaH aooomt ., If M 4.
    modationi and rate reiwonanla.F. : :
    ROBERTSON, Proprietor.

    WHEN YOU 00 TO MELBOURNE call at the ; '

    made Baaaar,and,Mrs.Notions woven Chas., Underwear Dry J. F.QooiU Campbell,,FerrU'La.lleg'* Co.Ronowned ready. MllUnery -- H['l a._: ? zn.eapple: : G-ro w-ers--1'i! i

    Corseu,eto.,embroidery and colored Ilka, : : "
    bAKI souvenir spoons, Stationery eto. a : Iii ,,1
    ,
    ., .:,11 .ground. For't1.1:1.mor.: i I
    hiLH 4 Before the Materials be and '
    Chas. buying following sure apply to
    Bolton of Malabar, was a visi- Price $25.OO. : ;

    POWDERAbsolutely tor to town last Tuesday ; GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money. ;

    .Mirean Miss Emma left for Mitchell and her brother :: MolRtnre. .......... .........................*:'..AI ......, ........ .......... .. .... 8 to 1O STEADIED BONE, RAW BONE,
    Pure. Clermont last Monday, .o\n""onla.\........ i.. ................... A tuK 8 I 1 '
    <|iial to Sulphate of Ammonia..... ':..:...... ................. ....lIOtnllll! AND BONE : :
    BLOOD ACID PHOSPHATE
    L. : 4
    Capt. B. ,
    Dawson, of Narrows, is Available. "" ..,.....,...,................,.,,,..., 8 to 6 .
    nbretad for Its great leavening food strength. spending a few days In town this week. Equal to ih.nel'ho.phateof Lime;;......<...., ........................... 11 t't ISPota BONE Of SODA '%I
    bealthfulneiw. of Assures adulteration the common agalimt to i ..hKiiO: ....................... ..........," !"...........................?...?, fttti 6Kqual DISSOLVED NITRATE .
    and all forma Flank Conkling returned from Jacksonville to Sulphate of Potanh...... ....,....,tii. .... ...........:........ ... 9 to 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS,
    heap brands. Monday night, via steamer St. MagneA/aLlwellmlaeW.a. / .............. ...... .. ..................,. 58 to 00 E-t
    ?AL BAKING.PONDER CO. News'York.West Augustine. EHhi ; .: Write. for Special i Pamphlet.: '* TOBACCO DUST COTTON SEED MEAL IIARDWOOD ASHES, '. 'f

    Mr. and Mrs. Perkins of Richards ,,. COTTON SEED HULL ASHES; KAINIT AND POTASHES. ':
    ,
    Ky. were pleasant visitors at Hotel{ Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0[ '1

    Palm Beach. Carleton from Saturday until Monday.Jas. H prices. e I

    T. IIopjj returned home from .
    F. Curry deputy collector of cusi Nashville last Tuesday. He is looking PJoaee Correspondwith IIH before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for Jl :
    i at Palm Beach Is spending a few well as If the trip had agreed with him. : ,
    ,
    Pamphlet. 'j tit
    In Jacksonville., .;Mrs. L. C. Moore of Roseland, came '
    ion. Miller 'left last Saturday iporn- up last Thursday, on a visit to her parents LITTLE' BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. ik ik7ackooz "

    or Union City, Mich., to attend the Mr. and Mrs. John Goode returning (II'I .
    ding of Mr. Dean.. home on the following Wednesday.Sam i# ;

    large gang: of negroes who are to :Martin Is building a pretty four- I :: .villo. Florida.: ( ''t
    c on the Key West fortifications oared light surf boat, to be used next
    ud through here Saturday last: winter in the ocean for, fishing.: This ,
    will furnish good sport'for some of the
    ank B. Everett Is building a large northern tourists Seabreeze.BOARD I I Kirby, Mrs. T. N. Smith Mrs. W. H. :
    \boat, and says he is going to.try Jones Mrs. Kitchlng Mrs. W. N Long G. G SPRINGER < :
    keral fishing around ,the Keys thiser. Mrs. Frank Robertson received from Mrs. L. F. Tildon Mrs Fred Kingston, : ,
    Chicago last week the sad news of the AND LODGING at'Seabreoze; Mrs. L.N. Herrlck. I
    death of her nephew little Harry Mo- IK "
    nicely situated few doors south of
    rdll are out announcing the marriager. Adams who two winters at Mel A progressive; euchre party took 'place
    spent the Seaside Inn. on the ocean beach. manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of -- ;
    Bobo Dean, editor of the Lake bourne with relatives, and will be re- Good bathing and fishing. Rates from at the Seaside Inn Wednesday evening, '
    th News. to Miss Nina' Wood ofn membered by when eight tables were In requtstlon. r
    many. to $8 week.
    > City, Mich., Wednesday,. Seper "$0 per For two hours play was continued, and I
    1st. The :Messrs. Nicholson have been W. W. ALCOTT, at its teiminatlon the following were -
    > making trial runs lately with their new .Comfort Lodge, Seabreeze, Fla. adjudged; the winners of the prizes: Mrs. I IcE:: AND

    process machinery, In the fibre factory, Wm. U. Jones, 1st ladles1 prize: Mr. IT.
    Miami. and we hope .soon to see the factory Ito I FOR THE BEACH. Hawley & F. Stewart let jlont; prize; Air. J. II.
    working a full force of hands and making Aloott's hack meets north and south- Cooper, 1st booby prize: Miss Laura '
    lots of money for the owners.J. bound trains on arrival at Daytona, Fish, ladles' booby prize.
    arles A. Cos well spent a day last for Seabreeze and other points. Fine Distilled Water '
    II. May, of Rockledge, was the surf bathing, etc Among the visitors' stopping at the
    k on a visit to Lemon City. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Goode from Sat sea beach are Col. John B. Price late

    OB. Peacock was up from Cocoanut urday until, Tuesday. He came from ....; of Detroit, Mich., who Is the son of the Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers.rAOTo j
    e last Tuesday on business. Rockledge in the pretty sloop Rosalind. The Saturday night dancWMrt the Seaside late Capt. Price, an officer of the "
    His friend Alex J. Goode, returned with Inn are as popular as ever. Temeralre Lord! Nelson's flag ship I'
    n. J. W. Evran, of Cocoanut Grove, him, Intending, to take In Titusville, and who killed the giant officer, LUOOSH, >zzES.....1Cocoaand. ;f.,
    In the city one day last week. Seabreeze and Daytona. Mrs C. C. Post is now publishing her of the French navy In a fair fight. West Palm Beach. 1
    paper Freedom, at City Beautiful. .
    ss Weatherford charming youngof Another was Mr. Herbert West Ogle
    Buena Vista, Is In. the city. Sebastian. Dr. F. H. Houghton; was among the Margary, who la cousin of tbe Mr. ---
    guests at the Seaside Inn the first of the Augustus, son of Major General 11. J.
    pt. S. A. Bravo, of the steamer Bise week. Margary R. E., who was killed In 1875 at SEEDS
    Is in town again after a trip. to Work train No. 2 laid over here, Monday Momelr, In the Burmese frontier, after SEEDS !I'! For Fall Planting. .
    West. night. r Bathing and fishing bicycling, driving making his way from Shamghar to the ;

    . and Mrs. Bolton of (Coooanut Walter Gibson has his cat-boat hauled. etc., are among the. amusements at Sea- Burmese frontier with only five Chinese ILKANB-Refugee, Imp., SJ.7S per bus! Refugee 1000 to I,fUll per hns.J Valentine 12.711 per bus ;l
    e, are stopping at the Conolly hotel : : for the gala season. breeze at present.Mrs. I servants. Mr. H. W.: O. Margary Is the Jilaolc Waa.Ia.eo/ .ee bu..I olden V ui. gj.no per bus.t WanUrall's Kidney,L14e per bushel.
    and Miss Allie nearest living male descendant of BenJa- 5 !.T- ? i ( >
    J. O. Martin i ;
    week. !
    Jas. A. Hudson, we are glad to say, is ( ( : !
    Martin, after a abort visit to' St. Augustine -. min West the American artist, who was ,KltY
    much in health and is able to
    ia Seminole Amusement Club afe Improved returned home Sunday evening. : born at Philadelphia In 1838: and died as !Inir(,
    wing:to give a three-act comedy In be about. president of the Royal Academy of England : ,,, :
    near future. Walter Kltehlng and wife of Stuart, Mrs. I. }\(. Anderson who recently returned In 1870. Mr. Margary's; motherwas ..., (I '
    on Wednesday's south- from Boston and New York, was .nf' ,
    were passengers the only child of Raphael Lemar TUH
    hn II. Redman, a popular Chicago bound train. at the Seaside Inn on Sunday last.
    West, the eldest son Benjamin West. Egg : ,
    In last weekw .
    ness man was the city RUT \
    to locating here. W. E. Futch Is the proud daddy of a Quite a jovial party of young folks '' A full I t' l''
    bouncing boy. Both mother and child went to Ponce Park lighthouse on Tuesday and otter 'I' 0..... 1
    ill. D. Is his contractfor Buy bulUlng material
    Bryan pressing are doing well. morning, returning home same
    < the F. E. C. Ry. Co., at Smokek I I direct from the Builder SupplyCo.
    and will soon have the work com G. B. Rumpb, jr., of Titusville, was night. I ., St. Augustine; and save the lumberyard : i
    here Wednesday on business connectedwith Eugene Gay, of the firm of Gay Bros., man's commission _. .
    id.e the I. R. a. Bank. Pall tka. Is still sojourning/ with us. lie tiN
    large pump dredge Is nearly comd wait In town Is quite a popular man-with the ladles -
    Robt. Hustle, of Mlcco,
    and will soon undertake the work ;
    especially. Malabar. The
    h is to be done toward deepening Tuesday. He will go into the bean busi-
    Blacayne. ness at Orchid this winter. All the cottages; at Seabreeze are now -

    will hold a social occupied and the fine beach looks quite Albert Carroll visited at Tlllman Sun
    League
    The Epworth
    torney Gordon R. Broome and wife every afternoon with the numerous ): : :
    at the schoolhouse this (Friday) night. gay day. ,
    moved Into their new Flagler cot- .
    bathers and visitors.
    attend. ( )
    on Twelfth street and are .now All are Invited to 'be F. M. Forest was In Melbourne, Saturday notice."i
    I. Mrs. Adams Is arranging a play to '
    antly domiciled.: Paul Kroegef Robert Roberts are .
    given on the porch In front of the Ocean
    ask T. Budge our popular hardware busily engaged; getting R A.work.IIardeeIICo's. ,, '!. House for next week. Proceeds to go 'C. W. Bolton was In Melbourne on
    pant, has just had an elegant new fishing fleet ready for toward getting a life line. business, Tuesday.Dr. .
    erected in front of his brick store, Dr. Foster and wife and Miss\ Ida Johnson -
    IfolmeR been here
    E. after two ball lately ca
    Mrs Harry Stewart .
    b adds greatly to the Improvementvenue are expected to arrive on the steamer
    "D." weeks at Seaside Inn will spend a' few professional business ,
    St. Augustine,to-day (Friday) Ctaudle
    days with Mrs. Hester before returning Guavas are shipped north and south -
    bn W. MoTlmmous, a prominentor Miss Amy Kitcbing returned home, home to Palatka.T. by. day :
    in hides and skins, of Jacksonville, Wednesday, after an extended visit to express every '
    ID the city last week. Mr. Time Jacksonville St. Augustine, Seabreezeand N. Smith,one of Palatka's to promlnentcitizendgenerally Miss Vlrglllne Carroll was a guest at

    was here with a view of locating other places. until manages spend Silver.Oak Grove one day lately ,
    Tuesday
    Saturday Monday or
    >e grain business. .We that he from
    decide hope. Some of our bean planters are preparing with his wife and little girl at the Seaside Herbert Conkltng of'Cocoa, spent : / : :
    to remain with
    us.e land now for the vegetable crop Inn. Sunday: at his parents home here.

    Ice cream social, given by theg the coming season. There Is nothing Congressman Robt. W. Davis and his Mullet are fat and delicious now( they
    ladies' sewing circle of the M. E.rch like being on time. charming and bright young daughter, are tbe best salt water food fish In these Potash

    last week, proved a most; enjoy- The Misses May and Florida Kitchlng Miss Nellie, of Palatka, have been stopping water -
    affair and we learn It was a finan- are expected home from Stunt this at the Seaside Inn for a few days- Plenty of :young alligators here now; Prices : ',
    succesa. The ladles are cer- freight
    young week. The :young ladles have been away enjoying the surf bathing. can be seen basking In the August sun
    ly to be highly complimented upon while and we will be glad to see further
    quite a shine
    way In which they managed the son back in Sebastian. Little Mis Fay Stewart delights all any day. '!
    them y of the Seaside Inn with her
    the guests Some gentlemen from Tropic were' '4.
    sweet singing, while the vocal and Instrumental
    hen trees from the
    ev. Higgs, from Key West, Is lpend.a and Mrs. H. F. lately: buying orange
    Fort Pierce. music of Mr. Beach Arnald nurserie.
    week In our and preached to t! A '
    city Stewart Is much appreciated.A. '
    Fred, k. S. Morse
    irco; congregation at the Episcopal Tresca has been in town tbe past O. C. Carroll has on exhibition In his
    Rev xi -- X
    rob on last Sunday morning. In the E. Wilson, of the Wilson Cypress office, some very fine Spanish tobacco; .\'
    moon he accompanied a party .to I few days.F. Haven Co., Palatka, ha been spending several the stalk is -ft' high, has 19 matured M '

    aunt iat place.Grove We and are delivered always a glad sermon to Conn.. M., Friday.Tyler returned' from. New days, eta at SeabreeEe Mr. Wilson enjoying Is always the a surf welcome bathing -! leaves This ,was which grown will her average on muck 3-ft. 14-ln land, i :SE:: : >: ..:r... :ES'C': :; ATE:: :, I ,

    ome Dr. Hlggs In our midst.Courtenay.; Look out next week. two more weddings visitor to tbe above popular seaside re without any watering or fertilising, from

    are on tbe list. sort.The the'need bed>> to Its maturity. If Its ,..rrAitt! ;. Dad-O 00.. PXaOEIf: A
    Abuse Cook left Tuesday forJPaik$ : progressive euchre party at Seaside quality Is good tobacco will be grown ; !
    Park. Ian on Friday night was a pleasant her! lor market. '
    Cottage, at Ponce AGENT FOR LANDS OF .
    snccss, and comprised seven tables. Miss -
    .'
    lis M. Whltlock Is Visiting friends at C. Olmstead returned Monday, from Alma E. Bryson, of Bartow, and Mr. -- Y I
    r Point. from. trip np In Georgia.Mr. John JL-Cooper; of New York,.captured Florida East Coast Railway Company k '11

    Michael and family: left for a two first prizes; Mrs. W. H. Jones and Mr. MEW YORK Florida Coast Line Canal A Transportation Company, I .\r: 1
    nends P. Porcher, of Cocoa, was calling months' visit In Maryland, Wednesday.E. Harry E. Stewart, of Palatka, were competed Boston A. Florid Atlantic Coast Land Company. : x'
    here .
    last Sunday. to be satisfied with booby priZ

    bscrlbe M. Sample returned Monday from ---- -,- .----............_- ..._...- ______ .,b
    for the ADVOCAT only $1.60 months' visit In North Carolina.Mr. Recently the guests of the Seaside Inn TAILORING "CO. r i.. "
    annum, and you will always bee a few were telling< conundrums, .&0., and one .. Awarded Geld Medal and Diploma of Honor st Cotton StoUs sad International Exposition1, J ;I':
    SstarddaaylLfrom
    '. and Mrs. J. Lane returned asked"What Is that which is black and .
    he a few months' visit at Putnam white and read all over"? when little '

    rday.r car schooner of lumber Veteran for H.brought J. Tiffin\ np last an- Parson hove held services In the Baptist know Miss Fay It Is Stewart the pink at paper once ,"replied meaning Her..1 POPULAR PRICE TAILORS. THEG. HAiiio 'COMPANY < ; i'

    church last Sunday, to large congre- the IxDiAir Hawaii: : ADVOCATES Jai. ,
    S. Sanders, of Indianola, was In quick vnd witty answer was loudly ap-
    rtenay last Sunday, looking for an- gations. plauded by all present. .
    I'' deer. J. S.Bell and family returned Monday We Carry the Largest and
    from Jacksonville. His wife is There was quite a rush for the ISDIAW PORK AND BEEF PRODUOTS. '1' r
    mea W. Harper, of Tropic spent night] Improved In health. RIVER: ADVOCATE at Seabreeze last Friday
    day and Monday with relatives here, greatly and one of the popular young ladles Most Complete Line
    ruing home Tuesday. The wedding bells rang out being of the Seaside Inn-Miss Alma E/Bryson Hammond, Ind., South Omaha, Neb., Chicago, 111*.

    las S. J. Wednesday: the happy couple -said the proprietor of the pink paper Salesrooms tat West Thos. W. Dank Manager, Jacksonville, Fla.
    >, Porcher and nephew, L. P. Mis Lizzie nankins and Mr. Henry would have felt much, pleased If be had of Suitings and Trouserings Da18t.,
    spent last
    Thursday and of the
    Friday at
    took place
    wedding the time when
    The at
    k,visiting relatives In Cocoa. residence Elopp. of the bride, none but the tbe put In ADVOCATE an appearance was being/ read by so Markets IdTuclng Rapidly on Lards, Hams and Bellies.

    "j bert Harper arrived homo fron members of their Ii own families bring dew many guests of the Seaside Inn. Miss in the State...... ;k kW'rito
    Ga.' >agt Tuesday, where he has been presenL. The house was beautifully Tresca Br/kon Is a sister of George Eugene : 1.18 10r pr1oe8.:
    the six occasion. The Rev. New York Journal's Cubanwar
    put week visiting relatives. Anted for the Bryson. the .
    tied the nuptial knot. The happy couple correspondent, who was recently expelled _. ,
    -
    Salts to Orders $16 ud $20 ---- -----
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    ajor life of -
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    J. Time has another old osn have our beat wishes for a long from Havana by General! WeY,1erJ;

    with setting this and one hopes, as for tbe better other sue-one health and prosperity. Among tbe pleasant and sociable ladles Trousers to Order $4 aid $5 JOB ,PRINTING: ;. .

    'd to hatch little birds.T who are guests of the Seaside Inn are .
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    any
    of building mail.EW"YO1tK .
    When In want of any kind I Imaterial. the tile following: Mrs. Ida Emerson, Mrs Sample sent by ."
    In car loads or otherwise, Julia Robinson.Miss A.J. KlteUng,Mrs.E. OF ALL KINDS' r
    > YOUR VEGETABLES and fruit Builders Supply Co.. at St. Augastiae, M.Hougliton: ;Mrs. Frank Roes, Miss TAILOKWO COMPANY, it
    E. B. Wllllama A Co., wholesalevt will be pleased to make you a delivered*.,DO Hop Starbock, Mrs. TomUnsoo. Mrs. 17 East Bay Street, Executed at the ':)t.. '
    Nor
    and produce merchants, a South price at your station. Ton to P.J. Crofrban, Aim J:. Bryson Miss' ADVOCATE PRINTING'FFI E. :
    foad street, Atlanta, Oa. See theft. agent's or middleman's commission Carrie Tories Mary: L. Owens, Miss J ack onvUle. Florida. / "
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    t, ',' .*' l. ;," LOVE WHICH AS3AIL .- BIO PROFIT-IN PINEAPPLES." MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.. The Florida central & peninsular Rho


    *
    fcove which _all. us oAt [/ Brevard County's Crop of 2 0- Florida New York
    i s-laaoe or word Philadelphia and Boston.From Short Line between Florida and all Nortl'ern Poi
    i 1 '.. Rtrlkes' horn *o quick mo sofSj wIt 000 Crates Sold for $1.23 Savannah Augusta Ga., Columbia WaShlngto
    York. Everett
    ,, i* not seen or beard : Brunswick (via Port Royal, 8. C.,)to New Philadelphia New York, Boston
    ::1 I .... Per Crate. tlmore. .and the EaeG
    t Y' T s ball the b. DD.III.* dying day PASSENGER SERVICE. Nashville
    Atlanta Chattanooga, Loulivllle
    Bear token of the Everett Macon ,
    gentle diinpot's sway. James T. Hogg a prominent real estate Via Fernamllna, F. C. fe; P. Ry. and Cumberland Rout Citcika
    'i mAr and Chicago.
    ( r1 t i Ix>r. DM a railing mien dealer of Melbourne, and E. D. Oslin, I BrniuwloK>. Jacksonville 8.30 p 8.18 m. a Dally mj Lv.except Fernandlna Sunday. 1 0P, Everett Birmingham Holly Springs, Memphis, Little Rock. Kansa Clho
    .
    Yet U be iitern.Hie So.fey. LY Jaokson- ,
    C. A P. By and
    editor of the Melbourne Times, are In the Via Everett all raULI' Louis, Chicago Sioux City. ?
    Dally.
    bolt is ehot Passengers
    nueean.r '
    r n"Ule 4.00 P m I Ar Brunswick 1M p m. Pensacola Mobile New Orleans Texas, a exloo
    l 'I The heert It cleaves.I1 born city en route for Nashville where they allowed on board for supper Tburoday*. River Junction 10 18O7. CaiU
    ?' 1' q'w And long and wait, and watt and long agate literature .. and the Pacific Coast. Effective May ,
    distribute of
    ''h1 Per love to eve where lore hae given pain. will -quantity New York Express No. 3.l leav.
    S descriptive of Brevard county and Florida PROPOSED SAILINGS I vine 8:15: .. with ThronRb ys
    fen'i + Lore for Its eonqneat need. Time.) Lv.Prlday .Brunswick.: for Savanna

    '. I r v 4+ A day, an hour among the visitors' to tlie exposition. Lv.NewYorkPler21E.B.,3:30p.m.,Aog. 8.........:...............,....(Standard. RIO GRANDK*................ ...... ....Friday> ...ug.| 13 .,zero BSleepers Phtladelphla New Yortll6b.
    ii .' \ The stricken heart till bleeds Mr. Hogg, who I I. so much Interested.. Friday. Aug.13.............................COLORADO... ... .. .......I..Frlday. Anf>22 M' p S 5. I. le' JCa8tem points. Connects for S'
    : f :.,. Bach U lots'.polyer--! Friday.Aug. 20...........,........"...... RIO ORANDB...... n.........Mi*..;..:Kld"5r'tUBi! .!/ 0 .. Arrive Jacksonville 8:110: p.m.
    '(J' Will year on year, shall in prooe Mon Kllde, In pineapple culture that he wants everybody Friday 'ug.l...............................COLORADO, .............1..1.......Friday 3 E New
    ''tij "ri t 1' \ M 1 Mill Meklng lore and aeornlng all bee1de.r.o. else to become interested In it, say Friday,'"Sept. 8........;.;.........;....'.....RlO OKANDJI!: .......".............. rrlday. Sop'- 10 e. "lftVF'-.ffiS :Us---. "

    ,, 'j k r ....'. omeltle we know that the crop of Brevard county this year For general Information,steamer,tnlnll;rates.D DAVIKS etc. ,apply Agent\OKarnlhotAffmttottoCHA8. 220 W.Bay We. sav e em vllle palnte.to New'York.Carries No.through 811 arrive 8leepe.sane Jir

    J All. we who live, was about 2 O.OOO standard orates, which H. H.RAYMOND General Southern Agent, Brunswick:,Oa. t x.,4'4 8:10.. m. J.ctie
    Tet aeek for nothing so 0. H. MALLORY,General Agent,Pier 20,K. RfveT,and 862 Broadway,N.Y. -
    1 one-half the size of the old crates
    'Y, .... that the god may give are ,
    "To as hU pleasure, pain and honey gas and that the price per crate averaged V Fw Jacksonville Clnclllllati 7-410 and pm.Jacksonville,via ,,No 88,
    5 which w.l.ok life'. bent of all. Everett Mom,
    Looking gltM
    'd that Brevard p lanta, Chattanooga" Connects lor
    He estimates coun
    $1.26. Look;
    )! + ,i -J. L. Beaton In "The Quitting Bee. Naahvllle St Lou s, Chicago and all
    ty's crop of pine next season will be not P oe. O and western point Returning train

    r ? EFFECTS OF TEA SMOKING. less than 800,000 orates. Sf r SONTILI( Jackson vtfe. 8.10 a. in.

    Mr. Hogg has published a booklet on tr p stao..nr --
    .l ..pIG..u-... at the Growth of the 0 Aahevllle Route. Through Pullman BIe )
    which follow. ,
    the
    e ,! I pineapple culture, from O4 I Car service for Cincinnati via B.nunsh
    Habit Among Women. : r bla, Asheville Hot Knoxville ib
    ,
    Spry
    ing Is quoted: esoa Ito
    Physician and specialists on nervous 01 y"N the Celebrated Country ofso
    '"We have had from an acre of pines, d Carolina. Leave Jacksonville/ r.l W p.aS
    ; troubles are treating numerous oases of to Ive Cincinnati TAD .. m. Returch l
    extreme insomnia and nervousness in containing ten thousand plants, 125 A5.rh f 0 0 f Jaokaonvllle 9:10 a m. g

    young women without disclosing to crates, averaging 65 to the crate, nettingus tar w__ -

    A them that their condition is the remit all 94 or$500 acre W "
    over pet crate per ; 1/! '4' Only Line Through the Beau ifnI
    d ';I of practicing the new Tic of stacking from the same acre we had 82,000. slips ti o ,,, Country' of Middle Florid., Punt ..
    ,. tea cigarettes. The habit is increasing. soh fw XUoambla Bay Leave Jacksonville, J.l; ..,
    which sold for $0 per l,000or102. Total r j 011111 { for Lake City!, Live Oak Madison, fconttail
    From observations of its effects a west : Our for five r o4 kn". Tallahassee, River Junction! Peno. oJ.. ivS
    r. side declaree that tea for one acre, $023, ayerage FLORIDA CENTRAL ; New Orleans and the southwest <
    f physician: a cigarette f ..o,
    fornia and the Paclno Coast CarrlaiiSiS
    has been $300 acre
    years per year, per 2r indfENINSUUR ,
    + My u
    is genuine brain excitant. Anyone j "f
    a No. 1 arrive Jacksonville 7:/B8 a.n.
    + who uses it and yet does not work for fruit, and $100 per acre for slips. To- ir hq 0 G R.R.

    "; 1 with her brain would go half crazy with tal '$400. Under fair conditions, and and Connections. w,,. --

    nervousness, but with those who doS good care and attention, we believe the -=- /taut Ori 1t0afpl, thorne Leaves, !Silver' Jacksonville Spring(0 kale: in. nee thav. 'i

    brain work it is different, for the stimulus latter a moderate'. estimate." Times- ,.r..I..r., L V. Key Orlando Wildwood, Laooochee Loesburg Daile, Tavare CIty flint,

    produces strange Intellectual, activ Union w Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville 4:is p.m.

    '' ; t It). ?- NASHVILLE ROUTE-Through. Pullman Sleeper. Via Everett Macon, Atlanta, >
    ( e After a couple of green tea cigarettes the Chattanooga. Leave Jacksonville 7.00 p. m., arrive Naahvllle 7.00 next p. m. Leave Nash(
    In Garden. arrive Jacksonville 8:10 next a. m.
    Bugs ADO a. m.;
    : ; t-7 a poem, for instance, will almost write .. 8:18: a. m.-Leave Jacksonville for' Brunswick by the Cumberland Route steamer, and (
    itself I am told by one of my literary -- berl.nd Sound. .
    A writer In the Iowa Homestead gives 4-OO p. rov Local Everett. Close connection for Brunswick. Shortest and qulclmt n
    patients. The effect of the tea cigarette lrI4I9jiirI foe
    Arrive Jacksonville
    l BOO P. M. Local Tallahassee and Intermediate points. 1.15:I p.n
    a while stimulating to the brain and its the following brief remedies for various ''I 9:4O P. M. -For Tampa and intermediate point Pullman Bleepera. ArrlveJackaoDvtne
    J' for Cincinnati via Ashevllle,leave Jacksonville at 7.00 p. m., mini
    j ,, flow of thought, acts as a pure sedative Insects which feed on garden vegetables: 4S ville Through 1.45 p.Sleepers m.,arrive Cincinnati 7.40 a. m. .
    to the :rest of the body, quieting restless- I use wood ashes with good result on For Macon, Atlanta two Train Daily. Leave Jacksonville 8:15 a. m.and 7:00: p,m.
    t _ftaa __ftaalna...... ........, _.In Tl.a fr SUMMER ItATBS to Excursion Points-In effect June 1st.Pullman .
    the green cabbage worms.. ----,, -and-- the--- yellow Sleepers on all Night Train Parlor can between Jacksonville and Tampa,
    After effects are bad if they have not tW Send for Best Indexed Township Map of Florida to .
    L been worked off by unusual mental and black striped bags that love the cucumbers SAFETY I COMFORT I QUICK TIME I LOW, RATES! N. S. PENNJNGTON A. O. MAcDONKLl,

    work. squash 'melon and pumpkin Traffic Manager. General Passenger iH

    "At some houses green tea cigarette vines so well, and I also learned from a Flnect Cuisine and Se......_. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.

    an handed around after dinner, and I friend the other day that ashes will also The Fleet Is composed of the following HandiomMtaw Steel Steamers s '

    know three actresses of considerable the tomato plant and ;;""'
    save young; egg ,
    Coast
    reputation who give tea smoking parties plants from the ravages of the tiny black "Comanche" (new), "ilgonqnin," "Iroquois ""Cherokee "Seminole. Florida: East Ry.

    twin .a week. One woman to break off bugs. I simply dash a small hanfdul Hof| ti. .
    \ < .. _,. f. a, 1897.
    ibis habit, on which she has expended NorthBound.Steamers Vlnaa Table If* -(Jt r d t* < Hue
    ashes at each plant while the dew I* on
    nearly 910 .a week has lately 'voluntarily are appointed to sail according to the tide.
    herself under it.; The striped bug generally takes his From JACKSONVILLE FLA., (calling, at Charleston), Sundays Tuesdays and Thursday. SOUTH BOUJID (Bead Down). NORTH SOUND (Bead Up).
    placed private re- .
    :
    From CHARLESTON, l 8. C., -- Monday. Wedneeday. and Fridaye.For
    leave, but the treatment; must be renewed and Charleston daily i o e STATIONS.Lv 0 i iS o'
    traint She had concealed her habit hour of sailing see "Clyde- Line" Schedule or Jacksonville paper _
    .. "TI 2 ...... Slua70oo ...... :::.
    on the cabbage plants two or three 9V* ..... Ja.. onvllle .Ar.
    from her*husband by using an artfully ..: 1030loasa .. .... Ar.f.8t. Aurnitina......t>v. 628:. ...... ...... .....
    contrived cigarette case. It resembled a time a week as long a* the little pale-. South-Bound. .*.. ........ ...... L".8t. JI\'l'ltJrtIn..Ar.' O2..l. ...., .... .... ..,*
    Steamer are appointed to will from Pier 29,East River, New York !at 8 m. a. follow i llUOalllOa ...... ...... .. ........ ....." .. "lin ................... ...*
    bunch of keys, each key containing one yellow butterfly flutters around.* For CHARLESTON S. O. Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays. 1 ,. ....... ...... ....EaIIt.ssting kw...... 4U/p ...... ...... ,..... ..*
    cigarette. Spraylng.the cabbage leaves with salty For JACKSONYH.fZFLA.oauegatCharlestonl i ),. Monday., Wednesday and Friday. .. ...... ...... Ar......j..Palatka.4.. ......Lv.. 425: ...... ...... ...... .._
    S :.., 111 ...... ...... L".......!!.PaJatk.. ........' 4 ..... ...... ...... ....
    "So much baa the habit; spread that water la. also good to kill the cabbageworm. : ..... .. Ar.........Ban Mareo..,.....< :.1v.: 31.110 :..... ...... ...... ...*
    several tobacconists and druggist. are Clyde New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.) ..... 8l ::.:: ...... :..:. L.T.........ban :a.t&\eo..Ar.. 6 Sip .. ,. ... ..:... .....
    I-did that for some time, but it at S. C. both ..19 ...... :..... Lv..Gemon&........:.Ar...: !IIJI-, .:.... ..:... ...... ....
    keeping tea cigarettes in stock for regular (Calling Charleston ways) ...... ...... ...... .....
    to much water to' the ...... ......... ." .. .DaJ'ton..I.' ) ..... 14.1"
    ; customers. The active chemical preparation was a Job carry so STEAMERS "DELAWARE" AND "ONEIDA" ...... 1 p. ...... ...... 11 .. ..Portorange... ... .t8'_ ...... ...... ... .....
    rr cabbage patch. One neighbor uses road ...... ..... ..... ... 4::....New SmyrnaA. ... .... s: 10.:) ....,. ...... ...... .....
    S I of tea is theine, just as caffeine are appointed to sail as follow t *r 45p. .. .... ..... .... .....
    ..
    ...... ..... ..... :: .... Oak Eta. limp
    is of coffee and nicotine of tobacco. dust and another air-slaked lime, which From foot of Hoiran Street,Jacksonville, From Lewis'FBIDAYS.Wharf Boston. ....... b.. : ..... ...... ........Tltturtl.'e......... 11 Blip ....\....... ...... .....

    When theine is administered to .a frog she carries an old sieve. She gives the I. I THURSDAYS. .... .M :::::: 8 emp.Up .. :::::: :::::: *"* ;.................ClfrPolul.,Oooon .**:::::::: : 122dp l9 lip :::::: :::::: ::::;: :::::

    or a small animal, it; is found that it; sieve a little tap over each plant and that ...... 8 ". : 12071'.. ...... ... .....
    ...... 01p.: : \ ..... ...... .....
    4 chiefly influences sensations which caffeine sifts just enough of the lime dust on the Clyde's St. Johns River Line; ...... 4 .. ...... ........... .ruo........... 11 l bra...... ..... ......"
    or coffee does not. In larger doses cabbage to kill the worms. Both of .. .. ............. ell .........Melbourne......... : .......... ......?N

    theine produce spontaneous spasms or these neighbors report satisfactory results. -. (DE BART LINE) .:.:.:.::: .. ::::::..::::: "" :::::::...Bobaatian.HosniRnil.; :............:: : :::::: :::::.:.:::::: NoHli

    This convulsions is, in fact, which, the caffeine ultimate does effect not.of \ Jacksonville; Palatka, Sanford' Enterprise, Fla.and intermediate landing on the St.John's River.Steampr :::::: .... :::::: '600ol' "u :::::::' St. LuclaPort Ploreie.;:::::::: :: Z .:::::: :::::: :.,.: iii

    afraid that these will ...... ...... e l Ir. .............Rden........... 111I
    : smoking numerous tea cigarettes, finally Do not be things : "WELAKACAPT. ...... :... :... Sine ..........Jensen ..........j 11:4a.. I
    producing fits or convulsions. spoil ;your cabbage for they will not. ...... ..... ,.. e. 4Ua "....."..8t1............... i
    ; .. W. A. SHAW. ...... 4&.p...... .. .. The ...... Alloia ...... : .. .:: '
    "Theine also acts aa a local annatbetio The cabbage grows within the center .. ...... ...... ..:.1.. 819a *. ..... Robe Sound. ..,.. 902a..1. .
    t quieting painful nerves Green and the fall rains will wash all :i'is appointed to sail as follow t. ...... ..... ...... SIIKa ......WeetJupiter.. ...... ;
    ,l'' away Leaves Jacksonville -. Tuesdays and Saturdays at 8.SO p. m. ...... ..... ...... 10 au. Klviera.......... "
    l tea contains much more theine than ordinary lime, dust or asbes from the outside Leave.Sanford :Mondays and Thursdays at 4.00 a. m. ...... ...... HOOa) Ar.Wet. Palm 8eacl&.L" IY.
    black tea. So :yon see that the ... .. ,.::: ...... 19 Hip Linton. ..... I* .....' ....
    r' leaves.-Fla. Farmer & Fruit Grower. .. ... ..... ...... Ilep' .* 'FortLandeiesli....* M II ''...... ......'.YIP
    i habit of smoking tea cigarette i* terribly .r...... ..... ...... t esp ......Lemon City. ....... & (0&)( I'..1..:.. ...... ... .. I.
    1 pernicious."-New York Press. Cen'l passenge'r and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St. Jack onvllle.J1'IO. ...... ..... :...... 4 Sup Ar...........Miami.........Lv. 'lOa ..... ...... ......

    t To the Amateur. A. W. BRANCH. Tralnn 83, 88, 8T and TI, between**l

    Bobber Onus of the ...18.. .L.HOWARD Superintendent. F.IROKMONOKB, Jn.,Fla Pass.Agt. o BTATIONS..N o. 0. 4. IIOnville Traba and mQI. Se.b.tween..."."""tID8 XIaIl daIJ.sad!: Pad.

    "Out on the Pacific coast .a great deal The amateur who aspires to be a professional Foot HogAn 8e. JACKSONVILLE, FLA ,204 West Bay St. +.* s Mi Y.... .w timJ'I'D..AI'' 1 Up 8"TSp Plnroe daily, exnept Sund.lr aI.
    1 ..... HeJe1&.L": I"BOpl/ Train JoCVf between For PlerOl
    .Lake p
    of amusement U furnished to people of ponltryman will have a'great 1 .....Orang*C1ty..L". lj 18pU 8 Blip "" Monde I
    an observant disposition," said L 0. many things to learn, and the sooner _he THKO.O. Eaoiw,T.M., W. H.WARBVBTOIT;E. P. A., If. H. CLYDE. ,A.T.M. I 1 t.....Orange C1t,..... x.". ISp 8 1I 6p Tr.ln.1.a 7ft south of St 111*|
    v 5 BOWLING GREEN :NEW YORK tine dally except Sunday. -
    Gardner of Grays Harbor Wash., "by learn them the better It will be for him .

    y walk along the seashore. For instance self and for those with whom be deals. Experience 'TTM. P. CLTDB A CO.. General A cent.. The ...OU.u,
    there is the robber gull, one of the most B Bowline Green,New Tark. 15, 80. Del.wsre Ave.,FhlladelphU.
    graceful of bird*, which always follow is a good but qulte'of a dear .. "BI5CA YNE"
    e
    e
    the pelican. The latter i* an expert at teacher. But for some recognized, yet

    which it from unaccountable reason, the\> majority of ,
    fish a
    f catching see* Is appointed to Perform Service! : follow
    great height, diving with the swiftness the thing we know about poultry raising j' as.BY .
    of .a bullet and seldom missing its prey. have to be learned In this way. tieev*lOAJC 10:30 p. m. Wednesday and 8M1ar4 ,.. connecting with Train

    :But after getting the fish in its huge Poultry papers give us theories whichwe Ica.. WEST S;.00 a. m. Tneeday and Friday. .

    beak with the pendent sack it i* unableto have to put into practice to get experience. SouthernRailway. .A Oonneoting Miami. with Train; 78. fallowlnt mornlnsTrafflB
    handle it and throws
    readily always
    .J.P.DBl Awvi' .J.D.BAHKTR ......
    It In the air catching it in it* pouch, Ma'nae. Tat. AM'tOea.The pr.-
    } which answer the same purpose aa aII01cUer' Cull closely Don't even sell the ob- AmVnatlne, ...

    haversack That is the gull' leotlonable stock to your home huckster, ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROOT

    t opportunity. The instant the fish leaves but ship it to a city commission man

    the beak of the big bird the robber yourself and then you will know that' It Trunk Line.e

    woop down with the swiftness of the got clear out of the((country and that no TDSOUGII :rtrxxxAir: DRAWING ROOM,OAR4, DINING OABO.THOaOTJOHTAJUt .. Tropical

    wind, and before the fish roaches the one .can get It and use it for breeding ? : COACHES, VSSTIBITLED TRAINS.

    distended jaw of the pelican it i* snapped purposes; with the' statement that it Jacksonville Tampa & Key* West Rallwa
    and the pelican i* left!far behind, '
    ,l looking np foolish. Pursuit I. useless, for !must be all right for it came from your NORTH EAST AND WEST JOSEPH H. DTJRKEE. Receiver.

    the pelican I. .a heavy flier, while the yards, thus ruining your reputation and. BOUTH _NORTHNo. -

    gull i* one of the swiftest of the feathered business.-Ex. No.200 No. 21. '0.23 Time Table to Effect May 13. 91. Nil.as. No7a I '

    race."Denver Republican. TWO DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE, BAST. ,, -...... .. .830---P 91210: Ly..JACKBONVILLE..Ar -130 a m 1111&&m.

    .... .... Mixed 906p 830a .. .. .......OranKO Park'.............6 &jam .
    Orange Grove and Residence Southwestern Limped I........ MoW') 911Sp 64aat...... .........1'80..1..............,.. 84O.m eODp... 1\
    d IHdsrt Know Ik ., Washington and ........ and Fri ..... ...... ......Magnolia............ .. .... ...... "641'j,.m i 4 -
    ( for Sae. ....... ..,... 949 P .0 lOa ... .' ....0..0 Cowl 8prlop. .... ... 8011.m "
    "What do yon think of those autograph And the United States Fast Mall. ........ .". .... .. ........ .... .... .. ....Boe..lck................ ......L". "I'
    hunters, Noah'" asked Johnson. A'fine grove and garden property of ........ 11lOR/ hoop I03lla.. .... ..... ..Pal.tll......... .... ... 5001" 503PID' I',
    12 acres, fronting on the Indian River ........ 1243p: 1234p 112a.:. ..... .......8.t8um.....,.,......... 4'18.m /U4P" I"
    "Autograph hunters What are they anT 21 HOURS JAOI30SVILLE TO WASHINGTON .. ... 1195a..... Pomona ...... 414am II"
    replied Noah. and extending back to the county roadat ......:. 18e 12005 II sea ......CieecentCltyJunction....... IM.m 143P.'III,1'
    Sbarpes-about 15 miles south of ONLY 27 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO ]NSW TOBX:, ........ 220p: 1225a 1208. .. .............88"lIle.- 140. to .
    "Why, people who hunt autographs, Tltusvllle-known as the Brock place; ..,..... 84J: P Iota Ii 38a .. .... ...DeLeoD Sprln ge....... ... 3 02.m t P .'
    .. .. .. ............. 966sm4Mp SUpIDa/
    of course, explained Johnson"I ...... 412p 13x.1748y' ... .. ..,0ieawaal.
    know about MX\ ) bearing trees; good house four Solid TwfttII..s'1'l'elaI -t of Latest 1 peer'sd "u.._ SleealBf Can sod He4elUf .- .. 130. 121111p .... ......Be..ford....:.......... 240.10. 91sPID "-
    really don't enough rooms and kitchen; servants' house and Oars tkmta wlthoat ehesge to WaAiatto.aaltiaerw .. :.;.::.. 820 P ........ lJllp ...........DeLaDd' .. {A" ...:.:........ I2lW1p. ".'
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    'em to lay..d Noah. "Fact is, I packing house Price, 1,500.00. .. ..... 4166 ........12 Lr.. I'M a. ''''''
    FMIa.Ulplila. N.w Terk ad Ute ..... ........... .....
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    don't ever even saw an Apply to ........ .. .... ... .... t 20p Ar..TITUSVILLE..... ... LY tl040. ..
    s S graph. We didn't have any in the ark, BOBBINS A GRAHAM, ... ..... :..:.... .... ...'. ...........P1IOla.. ... ......... ........... sal., r
    ( I know. What kind of a looking beast AU).. .for owners, THROUGH PULLMAN NG-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN :- : : ,. ...... .....:......... ...? .. 1$ .
    t.: 8 ..... ..M. Don............... ..... ..
    zs i* it?"-Harper'* Bazar. Tltusvllle, Fla. JACKSON /ILLE: AND NASHVILLE.' .... .. .. 4OOSepppAr........::....Tavares.............Lv.. 'sm: i j60pm I'
    ....::.. "e es p' 4''I top oAr..... .Sanford ......L" 148 ,--
    VTbrouch ...... .. .. ...... .. .....Altamonte Springs...... ... -'
    Sleeping Cars Dally J- sonviile ........ .... .::. .. .....Wln..ParIl............. 12111. '+
    to .......: ....::I.. "R 3o a 8011p :....:,..... .OrlaDdo. .... ......... 1211pJD ..
    KEEP YOUR BOWELS STRONG ALL SUMMER I .... ::Risetmmee. ....
    Cincinnati via Asheville the ........ ...
    Through ........ ........ Ar........ ......BartOW' Jo..........Li /40.a ,
    "LAND OF ........ ....... ems 1JIOp: ... .... .....Lalleland.: ............. ,4IIpm g9taID
    MDY CATHARTIC THE SKY'Iii. ........ .......: 130 741Jp ....,.... ... ..Bartow.--' f IMpm.
    ; .. ........ 1000pAI'.l"aIIta Oorda..L"t.3flP. BMtIDr

    Ilar...deLRdl.tne.wn.aw to......"or h.. _.__Ma.a......... ev _It... .. ....' app1F. 'le ..::.:...t'..: ......_.::.: s00a e46pAr.-Tamp... ...Tamp. Hey Hotel.... ...Lv... .100pm I,.720... ...-...
    r .' ..... ..... 8411. T GIp Ar.'........... Port Tampa.....:.....Lv f 211 P m'Tbor' pol.
    I .. :. MOD.nd Than IOOOp L". ..........PortTam,,. .. .L. t:: P: .
    L. A. SHLFIIA1 ylc.tga P- XRt.11. W. .syw.N.. bo.vme. Ila ..:..... Tnn'" FrIda,.. a 0Cp Ar..... Key West......... S P //'Wed..d: -
    ...... ...Wed and Sat. 6410. ...1'.lCa..L. 1980pmDally.
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    .a. Ag1NAS. Trains*! and at: Carry Through Pullman Buffet Bleeping
    CURE CONSTIPATION w-. .. 4 ... I Indian River steamers. (new line) leave Tltusvllle Monday Wednesday oduia d.a f'TIdaY.IU....... F
    a. Ia7... Cocoa Rockledge: Kaa Oallle, Melbourne and Intermediate points on T"' v9 le .11/1 Pleave
    s Melbourne Tneeday.Thursday and Saturday at T a.m.,arrive as A "
    10 I ALL Train 23, leaving Jacksonville dally. S-12 a m-,arrive at HawUl --- :lr'n'kvirt" '
    18, Ocalal: LMebnrg 3::32, BrookrrUle: fc 45 p. m. Train leavingJai c...
    Ut sod'' DRUGGIS1'S arrive .. OaII:1a: a 4IDII: a.m.,Lacooffbee 8140: p. ....,Tarpon Springs 1:11II: P m.
    A tabUt._.Bd tkM will_..,4'..",,,_. ..."F7... all nn>m.r....iniBll. ..t*.,.>..!.."' r.a.ter.l .... St. Petersburg 10:80 a.nu,dally except Sunday. 1'
    ,' ,4" :[ -!... SMieto and _..I.. ,.... Ad.nIli1ItLIN& a&.III.... co.."a t ..o,Mo........c........IU v or".rot The ADVOCATE does all kinds of Job Printing, W. B. COFFW' D- .& emeg

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    INDIAN BIVEB, ADVOCATE.,AUGUST; i7 1897. T : ,

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    38 AND FASHION. and sUes; henoi there are large 'arid Ir: II.....Ton AttonUom t.uy ComplM Btoek' I I'f
    Spring and Summer Resorts the East Coast
    small toques, toques to be worn tilted on R'y ;;
    CROCKERY
    HARDWARE and
    well forward
    and toques to be worn set (
    AND GOWNS FOR MANY AND well back on the head. Women of fash-
    VARIED OCCASIONS. ion no longer wear large hats at evening Glassware Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves,Tinware, Graniteware The Florida East Coast Railway to Miami. The Miami A Key West Steamship'r'r'I' ''I
    entertainments. The rule 1s none at all. doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, toe' cream Line to Key West. ,

    tilof :Peat..... of tics V......... or the so oalled "theatet'hat." plows freezers and, Quick harrows meal, paints gasoline and stoves oils Fruit Blue jars Flame and keronloe Jelly glasses oil stoves, poultry garden netting tools KEY WEST-Hotel Key West, $4 and upward, special weekly and commercialrates. ,f.

    _El.bor-.t Fish Necked Drewa.Ult. ALICB VABtv3L and barbed wire, ,.. Open entire year A. M. Taylor, Manager, General offices bt. Augustine. ,

    Oowna To Bromine: Wear Harrison Bros' Ready Mixed -Paints. C. B. KNOTT, \, "

    dial i I.Tailor Mod(1_"_ Chow Puppy Dog Dinner, Tin.shop m connection with store. Large Galvanized Iron Tanks a Special- General Superintendent Florida East Coast Hotel System. 'l I :
    dog, in the way of Chinese ty. Made to order,and as cheap a*the ordinary wooden one*. Goutraotn taken anywhere In the
    sting toilets this season exhibit a diet, is so great a delicacy that to leave County for tin raring,OntterlnK...h>. Please write me for Prices. I I'nr- -----------.------- ---
    i amount of velvet Indeed whole it out of an official dinner in China lion"f your|>atroiu>Ke. Mail Orders given Prompt and Careful Attention aalyInquiries for 0
    prloei answered promptly. '
    DPS are composed of this material. would be as great a crime as leaving 1UC. J2J. a-EI.: JJEZ-UJJtl.-: Travelers' Hotel. 0 :

    na i Jackets are made of plain and out whitebait or asparagus in May on West Palm Beach FIn. ;
    with silk cloth similar ,
    velvets. to wear or occasions in this country. At I

    The fancy continues for blouses Canton rows of dogs, skinned, dressed Bay Street, ... Jacksonville Fla. J
    : and lace, with elaborate neck sra and ready for cooking,fire hung up in '
    lines on the stalls in the market'placo. ; This hotel Is now under now management, anj} has been thoroughly renovated 1, "
    The poor chow//>when thus he contributes HOMESEEKERS throughout.Bus. \
    to the delicacies d
    of the heathen Chinee's .
    1 table must not have outgrown the ten. moots all Trains, and Elootilo Cars pans door. Bath rooms and all ,

    der stage of puppydom. When he is a Conveniences on every lloor.

    months old and his little carcass weighs \Vlio are Seeking a Home in the OPEN ALL THE YEAR.

    two pounds, he is at his best, and once Rates:-American Plan, (2 to\ j.60: ; European, flOo to $1. Special by the week.
    he has managed to escape his doom till V'*'I'
    he is 6 months old he has Mrs. FIN LEY, Proprietress. ; !i ia
    a chance of South should send to,itlio: undersigned ,
    living to a patriarchal ago, for after It I
    r that time his "flavor" is not, from the :

    epicurean point of view, what it ought for a copy of the == y wl., jJb rh"i! ( S S'I :"

    From the non-Celestial point of view w :za !j! :t &! : j


    , the handsome chow on the pup a little same is far customer altar too oil amusing to which be sacrificed and are Florida East Coast Ho neseeker.'Ve c 1'' ;.1i1.) ) J: 1- ; 'I'


    laid shark fins, duck tongues and swallow .E i l ; 5 '
    nests. The baby chow in appearanceis 1'!
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    like a tiny bear cub. The lower 10- have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for & I" i II IIE
    000) of China .or rather the lowe 10- Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest In the United States ::Ei [ = :
    000,000) -who cannot afford a dinner of
    rt chow philosophically eat rats instead, Apply to ) :

    deeming them a very passable and pal.atable'substitute JAS. E. INGRAHAM. Land Commissioner, j nn f
    for the coveted puppy' ;
    dog.-San Francisco CalLA FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, .tiv $ J Sj ,. "

    ST. AUGUSTINE: FLA. 111\ :: 5"I I
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    The Watchman records witticism of .. .---.. A; ; :I 1 tf "tf'' 1! r
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    A VISITING' GOWN. university. FREYER &: BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY a > 1Mfl: f'
    ante, to wear ,with a separate Having one day in the classroom remarked i"s.1 t J : il -e ks ias
    There is an infinite variety, by tht the Greek preposition"eis" r tw '
    Lay, in small finery, such as neck invariably means "into" he was re- (Successors to THE A. D. CAMPBELL CO.) :. : hG1 : ; \

    and wrist frills. All sorts of chif- minded by one of his pupils that a pro- ; ,1 r i'I'I? '" ; rl{ I Is
    d[ lace and ribbon enter into the fessor 4n J another college had assertedthe Pianos; Organs and, Musical Merchandise. s b: : r .8 r

    Lion of the neck decorations, contrary. r ti..i i!
    gb necked gowns for house wear "Well," was the reply "if that be A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE. 1 ;.J
    lying lavish trimming and are true I can only say that he has slipped Pianos :. 4l ){ -a
    We purchased In January t the Immense stock of Organs, sheet J
    | in place of the half decollete gowns on the 'eis' that is alL"
    up t 11f
    music and musical instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are cloning out ,t .
    when decol-
    era and elsewhere a the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room for a full .Uia"9i
    wn is not abaolntely'requiredythe line of the celebrated Conover, New England, Schubert and Ktngsbury Pianos. ; it8
    i occasion is sufficiently formal We have the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to f200 more than we gg f .
    II*for evening dress a decollete OCEANSTEAMSHIP ask for them : 1 1 Jt ;.
    i is the correct thing. .. CoDoverltrl., K,...al.........................$:WI Halnes Bra, style 6,mah..................|2oo A 1
    K,eb....., ...... .. .. ..... /trxiJ Aclh..bilrt111.......................... !ate d 'I aidJ
    81 i skirts show less and less full- CO.OF a u ,eh ................ ..... 2N! Malnolra Lore, wal..................., Zan J :
    | and modistes are making an effort e J.. wal.......:.............. WK Btelnwar eb. ..,....,..,....,..... lrloU t f j
    a Meb......................... 400 Everett, eb.. ..."............... 1:11K. : \
    e i the old time mode of a plain SAVANNAH. .. .. .will.............,..........., /rte KJnttfibury, ityle. n ..b...................... II'JII
    |to the knee, where the fullness is mmon, style Kl,wal ......... ...... SXK .. ( A .b... ... ......... aim l !I ; : '.
    Mom'. i" IB: mall..,..: ... ....... 8.o Knabe Grand ..............1 !iftn ,
    need by a Spanish flounce. Streets ....Five Sailing Days Each Week.... I, T.wal.......".............. \37(1 Btuyvesanti b.wal..............,.... no : !
    i are still made with skirts that I. o T..b.. ..... '.. 2110 .................... 2oo t
    In each direction, a ship leaving each Halnet Bros., eek.\.I'\ ... WO Newsby ft Evans eb............. ...., IM: .; qftfrOTEI
    |hort enough toe oape the ground, .. -. 9,eb..................,175 Ju. M.Star eb...............".......?. 110 : .
    e fashion is long skirts for the port on II, I,malt................lee Morris, loo
    i dress. Mondays, !*" Some of these pianos have been rented, but we have had them re-polished and i1dIU
    be rumor la abroad that-in tailor put in thorough order, and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momey re = :
    ) will be revived the short bodices .Tuesdays, funded. We furnish a stool, scarf, Inns true tlon book and delivered f. o. b. Jack. ,
    ell as the neat, plain, tight flt- Wednesdays, sonville; cash or Installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us. \

    j ones, pointed baok and front in Fridays and FREYER &:24 BRADLEY East Bay JHUSIO(Street, Jacksonville COMPANY,,Fla. =:: :: : ':: : : CONOI.: ::rz- ,
    Ih the sleeves will be put in ever so Saturdays, "

    Vy. Braiding will continue' be SAVANNAH & NEW YORK. ,
    Between' FLORIDA
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    liar with tailors, though it will be
    What mitigated by the desire for Finest Passenger' ShipsIrf HOTI7Lf5.: Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvements.*" Located on park one

    |l checks and stripes, which will Coastwise Service. Complete and ..__u __ __ block from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid vlewgof Blscayne Bay hates
    i very favorite materials. Improved Ventilation for Protectionof *:J I per day and upward. Special rates by week or month.

    I tailor made gown of recent con- Perishable Freight. Fischer's
    tion and distinguished By the sine Cottage.
    Accommodations Unsur-
    everity of its style is of cloth ando Passenger
    bodices with one skirt furnish- passed. Rates much cheaper than all Pa1Dl.: jS'tx>oo't, Tl'txiierfT'JJLI.o. JP 1L. OCEAN BEACH: HOUSE... r's,,
    rail. For Information as to rates, reser-
    (hereby two drosses.
    Centrally located between both depots. Airy rooms, good table, pure drink.
    ilodioes' are of jacket fashion. vations, sailing dates, etc., write_ to ing water. ON THE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN; I

    |more elaborate one shows the popn- WALTER HAWKINS, Rates: |2.00 per day; special rates by the week or month. Opposite Daytona, near the Cltyj; Beautiful Boulevardf Surf bathing. Sum
    raiding on lapels and cuffs and is Florida Pass. Agt. CHR. F. l i with a white sui and lace vest. Address MRS. II. C. BERRY Sea Breete, Fla.
    Wt FARRELL
    |other bodice opens over a cloth vest J. _.
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    ontrasting color usually white or Soliciting Freight Agt. ARTHUR T. FEASTER.. '
    t hue. The same cloth also is used 224 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.. I

    I\'ket.finish to, the .lapels and cuffs of :IN':CJ.6.: eJ-v"E1e:: : :: :I-IOTEL: :: : The Hotel Flaoide Opened January, 1894

    ry stylish and likely to find favor WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS, :'\.. JACK soimiXE,|r LORIDA.
    he) gowns made, in checked woolen TITUSVILLE.(
    cs, with a bolero jacket In plainOf t r. fir, F.. In the center of the city, on Min Street, the dividing line between east and west a
    lisse Indian Rivor. one block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout..
    course the usual white I f1 Superior Cuisine and Service Bus meets all trains. Terms $4.0O: per day and
    [or silk front, with draped belt, is Fla. upwards. Special rates by the week. N. L. WARD, Proprietor.
    i with these new gown.rie
    princess dress is occasionally seen ."CAY.Mot.' ( ..8"'DA'ID-_ -
    [is ipprovedby Dame Fashion bu'oman What PEFFER'S NERVI80R Did ARTHUR T. FEASTER. '4

    i ought to venture on a gown Jb'e eotl' powerfully and qulcklr. Cures weep all. MAVAOER. Seminole Hotel
    las princess who is not absolutely, *f.U. .Toung' men.*rea-algloet.... mMboodi l ok- kk
    men
    .._.5.5 .h Nit.._, ....SItsaist .z'Il4
    t of her figure and her dressmaker. .. I88I._ P...... 4- Open All The Year.
    late are affairs for the most .1.ey.II.".... ..u. ... .-..__.... DI..
    gorgeous -I -I OPEN ALL THE TEAR.
    t. and are beginning .to. suggest the n d::: : Nirdfl rc.l..Trnr'.ol'bf..o&e I: eo-:=tlo: -

    ers of spring. Violets?are in erl- nbeeau D"4'-lo&" .a t, eld.aro Impalas.terpmaw Inelo&OD Ioa 00_. Only a few minutes' WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA I
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    Can be aerr1e4 to v.'l pgotst5! Prepsts" plalll....p __ walk from Railway' stations This hotel Is substantially' built of brick,and has every convenience. Close to>
    t-: .:-J'=nae: ..V.rrw t5...t.'J'' :. and Steamboat land- the railway' depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats studied to the hotel
    '&ILs: '. A iu lags. with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests Kates, from 9X00 per day' anti .
    On the banks of the upwards; special rates by' the week or month.GEORGE }
    Sold by J. B. Screven, only. far-famed Indian Rlrer. ZAPF, Proprietor.

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    Seaside M\ W. EATMAN- Proprietor, Open for Summer Season of 1807 June 32nd. FloeSurf Bathing,.Fishing and 4 i
    Inn '>
    ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. wheeling. SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY.

    j ITew' ,Furniture soil fixture throughout.JElMtrla HARRY L.BEEMAN, Manager. is
    SEABREEZE FLA. ;
    AT bell In every room. fronting toe Old Now open for the Summer Season.

    A MEW' : The best of Surf Bath- ,,81a.. Market and Plata. Overlooking too Bar ___ ._ _..__ .. .
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    BUILDING' lag. Good I Flllhtog, and a with fine ocean vtow. All white b.lp. Rates ---- ----
    COMFOBTABbeautiful, wide smoothLT ".GO per day and upward. Special weakly rate.
    beach for Driving and ,. r Sample room. STANTON HOUSE.

    FURNISHED.: Bicycling.
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    the Week. ,The Colonnades, R 0'1

    STEWART!: 4: GRAMLINO, Proprietors
    )Bates $2.00 Tens to
    On the Peninsular, opposite DAYTONA. per daj. Special

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    TAILoR Dales WITH TWO BOJ>lCKoI. The Swannanoa. Large, airy and well-furnished. rooms. with all Modem Conveniences, electric k Families.

    but most; often in conjunction Ugh tal, bells, eta -
    flowers of contracting fane as vioM Plenty of shade outside hotel makes It a delightful place for children.
    ASHEVILLE, N. C. Two Minutes Walk from Central
    Pink feathers "
    roses. AU sorts of Dancing: twice a week In Caail

    employed in the trimming of hats THOUGH modest and unobtrusive, REDUCED RATES for Summer season, 17.60 per week and. upward. Engage Depot,
    igh ostrich pinnies but little owed In .
    are hotel
    better conducted at "'-
    Is rooms once.
    there no your TENN.
    eason. Many of the smartest; hats Asheville The popularity of The SwanI CHATTANOOGA, ryw't
    Address
    made FREE HACK from Daytona depot. :
    of woven strips! of chenille location IU
    Is due to Its unique Ai
    nanoa DAIOn +
    SYDNEY Prop.,
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    ija or felt and :resemble straw. home-like atmosphere, the excellence of
    'king hat are) decidedly popular its cuisine and IU very moderate Pcefc? Seabreeze, Fla. Nice fmilylbom.fewnt locatlsa.; E/
    Modern
    house and furnishings new; eosvvenleneev.
    are made in all the leading IDA- ':UO per da,. Liberal weekly rates.R. Fort Pierce Hotel No better fUhlng sail banting
    P1- lowers and feathers combine BAWLS '
    R. In the State J. A F. M. TTLZB

    fnrnuhiac*wn fancy. Is their for toque ganltan.Fortunately The W6T Central, on street car'line. Prop. The ADVOCATE does neat, clean job printing. ON INDIAN RinK, Near Inlet.lord Formerly l'i ro..of rIa New: haven.Proprietors eou.",". ,,,:: .,

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    CAPITAL ", Florida Pineapples. ROBBINS GRAHAM I II [.DUREN & FEASTER.GROCERIES .....

    I 1. AIF OUR LETTFItN A./ ,e
    FRUITS & VEGETABLES
    From our special correspondent] Being Interested In the reception gi Florida a
    [ en Florida to pineapples In'the laif. ..:;LaeeyarsL.. Glass
    TALLAHASSEE. FLA., Aug. 24, '97.' markets of the West, Commissioner, J. 4- Western Meats of All Kinds. Crockery, and Tinware

    i Gov. Bloxham has returned from his E. Ingraham, of the F. E. C. Ry., mad IN STATE AND Your patronage; Solicited,
    PRACTICE -
    f t1 N vacation. careful inquires. .He learned that people WILL TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
    summer .
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    / who used to look at the pineapple COURTS.
    1 ltt h ',l 1 Suits have been filed this week in the a curiosity had not only taken It up; a .K.*' UNITED' STATES .
    ; Leon county Circuit court against ex- regular table fruit, but had contracted --- .
    .+ Treasurer C. B. Collins and his bond.. the habit of buying by the crate. One Furnished '-E: L :e DYseO:
    I men, to recover a shortage of the ex. gentleman told him that until the FlorIda ; ABSTRACTS of Title. .. -

    GROCERIES of treasurer the last, found legislature by a to special be $58,000.oommlttee- fruit pineapple bearing made that name its way wageneral into: market! Jcr Lands in.Brevard I .: and Dads Groceries, Grain. Hay,. Garden Seed, Fertilizers; Staple & Fancy Groceries, ft,,

    r { j = = Volume 88, Florida Supreme Court re.- very tough, and rather dry eating. Th I And Food'Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,Crov
    of Counties:
    lack
    ports, Is'just out, and contains declllloDI great amount of juice and tbe would Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusive r
    -AT- of the June term, 1806. Volume 39.111 fiber In the Florida pine, be said, the above line.of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patnm
    a be out by January 1st. The acts of' the create for it a demand but that limited does not area not< i In: Lis %, Very,truly.E. L.; BRADY A BRO., TltuRvlllePIa,
    In tbe exist.: There is a We have a large
    last session of the legislature are
    i i It:14"V : Rock-Bottom Prices. hands of the binder, and will be out i I In a Florida suitable to''the cultivation 01 .
    k + : F week or so.Letters ,; this high grade of pineapple,and ther of Lands owned by

    V ., For Cash. patent have been Issued I thl Is the no demand.possibility of the supply. exceedini ourselves and clients :pJR.E: : B LJ.tC 'A. qE....

    ,r; \ Strictiy I week to the Jordan Arnold ManufacturIng pro ec1 Your Prope
    Co., with a capitalization of fl0OOO.
    ': ..GRUBER & GIUOrQSTitusville. .. : and to the Electrlo Power Co., with, .. As an advertising medium, no Price for unimproved BY INSURING IN The "(lId Hartford," Fireman's Fund, Providence Wm
    !'"{ of $20,000, both of Gnu_ paper on the East Coast can beat the Mutual Insurance Company. All well known as the stromrest{ ;
    capitalization $100peracre. or Sun "
    + {f Fla. I Give a trial advt., lands $3 to 1 Ington B. RUMPH JR.
    )r ;u5)1.,; vllle; also to the St. Johns Canning Co.. ADVOCATE. us safest companies in. America.. >* GEO. ,
    of Green Cove Springs,.with aoapltallza-! and convinced of the pink paper'worth. Agent for East Coast,
    tlon of 95,000. \ ,, Titusville, Florid

    Florida has 1,781 white schools i and '-
    Palmetto Drug Store,, 560 negro schools, with an enrollment of FOB first class shoemaking and repairing) WE have'a few Residence, Orange
    I white pupils and 35,000.nei call on J. A. Daughtery, Washingtoi .
    I 65,000 dt .
    # made Jrove Properties In '
    Fla. Shoes and Pineapple
    1 1 1'i' M. HUSTON. Prop., No.8 Atlantic BlooJr, pupils. Our annual revenue from all avenue,, Titusville, G. CARY-ELWES,
    Is about to order la fine style. '
    school
    sources for purposes Irable locations. Prices Reasonable. .
    ? 1 DAYTONA, FLORIDA. $750,000. Several of our educational
    stltutlons now compare favorably wltb Reading notice ads. on this page -- FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE
    $y C
    DRUGS Medicines Chemical of the highest In the south. week. ( TI Sf1T VILLE.
    ca r, many are :five cents per line per. OFFICES t 1 WEST PALM BEACH,, Representing the Liverpool A .London & Globe Insurance Company, and it
    The Board of Trustees of the State and MIAMI.
    Fine Toilet Soaps, Brushes, Combs, AfcrlQultural College, at Lake City, held ( I Mutual Life Insurance Company, of New York.

    r and Toilet a meeting this week at Lake City, to In. KNOX. I
    Etc. Perfumery Fancy E.
    i vestlgate charges against Prelldent ...WILL .. InT Your Business Solicited.

    y r 1 Articles In Great Variety. Clute, which was rendered unnecesst fitusville[ BarberShop I TITUSTILLE FLORIDA.
    by the president's resignation. The DISPENSER OF ... :
    i iI Physicians' Prescriptions Accurate! board has elected Hon. W. N. Shea, .
    Compounded. itate superintendent of education to i the Soda DrinksOF
    ,' r.r position. Mr. Sheats has not yet 81-, Water Call at the above place and get your
    : toed whether or not he will accept 1 the THE DECANTER.

    1y I Ir position The pay is f2, OO per annum, ALL ta Ds. Hair( Cat, Shave,, Shampoo,
    : \ with house rent free. In the event
    M Prof. Sheats accepts the position as Milk Shakes Ice I Cream Etc.*. or Tonsorial.I work of all kinds done by;; & Renaker:
    '
    Lesley
    !
    ,
    'JIJII president, It will devolve upon the governor H. S. MEADOft, Prop., ; ,
    i to an'ad interim tate .
    I
    appoint water used in'' our
    distilled
    luperlntenaent of education. This will fty Pure Washington ave., TitusvlUe, Flaon't I foreign and DomestJc Brands of WInes, Brandies, Rums, Gins and M
    ,; 1, iwell the already large ticket for next fountain. Ales and Stont.
    Beers
    I Bottled
    rear's general election. (In Chaffee & Go's drug store). .-: ,

    The site for the stale capitol Florida CITUSVILLE, -, FLORIDA. ) Look at This A First-class Line of Cigars. see Billiard and Pool Tablet
    vas selected in July 1824 by three 001nissloners ,, Family and hotel trade l Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to wiinfers.
    appointed by Territorial Goirnor .- Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & RENAKER,TitusvilleHL. ,
    Wm. P. Duval, who was our drst Naughty but Nice. WHY?

    ;1.' territorial governor, then residing at St. East Coast Heat ,MarketJ. Because It'p DEATH.
    (
    'f 'larks, prior to whose appointment
    >;
    Andrew Jackson had been military 001nanda&t Oth Cockroach and R. 1:DsECHER
    and acting governor. Previo T. HINTON, Manager. Century . .

    \ I to this time there had been but two s constantly on a .
    I tons of the territorial council; one mot eD -co Waterbug .Exterminator -i::: Will\ keep
    at. St. Augustine and the other at Pens aI
    PINEAPPLE PLANTS. ola.. The first territorial council\ that y; 5>> gSurest! ever sold. Guaranteed PINE LUMBER

    ,'-: ,, tat net at 1824 Tallahassee and Is said was to have convened held theirdeliberation De:, Bent postpaid on receipt of price, 25cts> ,. *(c CYPRESS AND GEORGIA :

    ",i fa: I In a log house, situatedhe In ,=::a.'. ,Agents wanted.
    "i '';'.Fancy. Pineapple Slips &: Suckers southeast corner of the preseut cap e.. WILLIAMS' DRUG STORE* Jressed.:: Axxd: 3EY.ota.Kli.:

    tor Sale. tol building grounds.. The U. S. gov- -- =Ee Bt eta Agents, JACKSONVILLE, FLAt Cemeil
    rnment.baa the present capital bull I eta .4lso Mouldings and Turned Work; Brick, Lime, n nI
    the time a fond =: i
    Golden og erected, also at same rnsy .
    'I Abbakas, Egyptian Queen, arsenal Chattahoocb.ee, which II a S- All Descl iptlons.Uitutsvi11a .
    at of
    j Porto Rico Smooth Cayenne and and Crates
    Queen,
    the state Insane asylum. The cap -. I
    now Engines
    Apply Globe Gas
    Bed Spanish to 1=1Titusvi1l'e Florid
    1 .
    I .. HADDOCK A MATTHAMS, tol building cost Chattahoochee f86 000 and the fond I : : ,. oi ,
    arsenal at coat about Florida. I -
    "Palm Beach Pinery,
    ; 00,000. The territorial e&unoll held 1 Its
    r ._ West Palm_Beach, Fla. salons at the capitol for nearly twenl and Marine President W. M. BROWN, Vice-President:
    Stationary JAMES PRITCHARD, ;
    ears before the erection of the preset Sail at youNGS'... ;/ C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
    ., A Cut to the Cutters. capitol building, which was probabl]

    ,- was not completed admitted Into before the.1844.union The In star 184 .....TONSORIAL PARLORS : The Safe, Reliable and Economical STATE BANK
    First-class home grown Smooth Cayenne ; NDIAN: RIVER
    territorial
    of the
    flrst acts
    the
    180 ne of HAIR CUT NEAT I Power for Business and
    I ,thousand Suckers, freight paid- at $ per : lunoll of 1824 was to lay off the city of I, For SlIA an ARTISTIC VE.' Ladies Hair Dressinga or : .

    CHARLES. C. CONVERSE, I allahassee, one mile square the city, create of Ta the- Specialty .- ; Pleasure Boats, (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.) ,
    Leon naming
    of ,
    county
    Bahia, Fla., vbassue as the county site and the capitol tatchlnson Ave. Titusvlllo) Fla. Authorized capital, $100,001

    of the state. !j !military Power and s,. Paid up capital. $26r

    Choice Pineapple Plants. INDIANS. JOSEPH ZAPF.1... .* Stationary Use. Average deposits $160,
    FLORIDA .
    I Smooth Cayenne- Envil City, Abbaki, .' WHOLESALK! ,PEALEB,rl' For Catalogues and prices, Transacts a General Ban.ii
    '' and Red Spanish, grown without covei; Seminoles In the State and< ,
    Tile s'BENJ.
    "' Addre
    1 Ass'n
    and from plants. Guarantee nheuser-Bnsch Brewing
    young
    first-class. .Apply or address, Their Rights to the Lands.The W. JEROME, Business.
    Jt C. A. ROBINSON, Famous .,t. Louis Lager Beer. Rockledge, Fla.

    q Eden, Indian River, Fla. serve, Seminoles the attention In of Southern both the Florid..tateand Sold by Losley A Renaker and, Titusville.Mineral For Sae. Largest and Oldest Bank on the H!
    Soda
    the general government. It Is no Manufacturer of Exchange sold, on all Foreign ConatnaDIRECTORS.
    Dealer. Power 65-f long
    Waters. Wholesale Liquor house-boat, Buckeye,
    the of -
    Plants. Inaction part
    on
    Fancy Pineapple couse for any andA
    either to say that the general govern 1NFORD, FLORIDABOOKKEEPING 2 (t beam; two decks; well found, :

    Hardy, vigorous, grown without she ment or the state In the part has mad I., No. 1 condition; bottom ooppered., .' J ..hITOR RD,W.D.DAJUlItTT(1'TIt1( )
    For prlceddre JackOavlti.tJ'Dasxa
    Abbak that the of tbe National Bank of !!.
    *er. smooth-leaved Cayenne, no provision for them and government W. JEROME, National But
    for.eale.Y deeded its lands to the stat PBN" (Vice-president .
    a 1- and Jamaica Ripley plants has Bookledge, Fla. Jacksonville), and W. M. BBOWJ.CORRESPONDENTS.
    ; E. C. B. TYNDALL, ithout making any reservation. Thl8In ,
    Y Waveland! Fla. i no way Impaires the obligation'which! thoroughly tt Seaboard National Bank of New Tori".
    for 91
    taught It
    both the state and general government I National Bank of Jacksonville f
    under to see that these Indians haveaD < kyAkfiilismten's 'FAITHFUL MEN OR
    I Porto Rico Slips, are I ample tract Of land, Including thaton Bookkeeping< Chart WANTED to travel for responsible '7."I".rUSVILLE, .FL A..
    I which they now live, and sumolen No tracker required & abllshed house In Florida. Salary
    Grown under cover. Apply for price lor> their future needs.' This Is no men Booklet giving full f780and expenses. Ponltlon perman-
    Porto Rico Pineapple t.tticul.rnave. Address,Qu.M. n"' _. Reference. Enclose self-addressed
    ; to the Delaney matter of sentiment. It Is a questloi ent.
    $!"
    G home has been in Southern 'Florida formanJ -. InBuranoe Bldg., Chicago.INV o 0
    .
    generations.It -
    U
    'Pineapple Slips for Sale. of die w -
    Is high time the century ------- U
    D
    closed.. It Is' to be hopedtba' : W (
    honor" was 3NTORY' BoA1 I Le rd
    Red Spanish, Queen's. Porto Rico speedy action will be taken by the : ;
    ,*'and Abakka's, from well-cultivated and< apartment of the Interior toward Iecuring G. F. PAD DISON. Eau GaUie.\ Florida .g 9
    well-fertilised plants. Growe know title for the Indians to the land i "**M* M l M .... ._ pRESCRIPTIONS (I)
    I this pay Address, *' tbey now occupy, (of their "rights' *"* "" [ o 1- "1 r-+
    JOHN TAYLOR, to i those lands there can be no question.) In order to reduce my stock for my yearly Inventory, October 1st, I will offer my; 'f C (0c !
    O. K. WOOD, Agent. Stuart, Fla. If this land has to be purchased now .. "tS i.Le
    when once the purchase price could. STOCK OF. Hardware Tinware StoYes etc. .... 3 dru
    have been saved by making U a reaervaan ,. Q) ". .. .(1)()
    Smooth Cayenne Pineapple then the government must pay tbeprice At greatly reduced prices for next Sixty Days. Here are a few samples: Three
    Suckers for Sale. to whom the state has: given- theland. < Burner Blue Flame Oil Stoves, $15; No. 7 Cleaveland Wood Stoves, $ ( stoves at correspondingly prices. Five gallon oilcans, with pump, $1. As!b (lD I)
    I have 2 ,OOO to 50,000 Smooth Cayenne It was very unfortunate that Mr. Hen oar, strictly first-class: lets perfoot; Oarlocks, IScts to 20cU Terms Strictly; j
    pineapple suckers for sale;; a.1I dry'. bill failed In the Senate after paMIng Ca a. Send your" order_early.Hardware .---0
    home grown, and strictly first class. the House, as that would so fare a. .
    Cheaper than any other reliable flrn state Is concerned, han goo Tw;; (/) -
    t far toward redeeming Its obligation\ ;::.M
    will sell. "
    : OKO. n. WRIO.HT, this, If supplemented by like acUthe m Tinware Glassware FRED. S. (CHAFFER & .00 DRUGGIST
    Orlando, Fla. part of the general! ,o".rn.c.would ,
    have done substantial Ja.USO _. Special Attention Paid, to Mall Orders.
    the Indians. Fla.'
    of the Seminoles mar :ra ::-terad Drruugggl.t.; : } Titusville,
    Stock for Sale. The friends Rg .
    Nursery
    .
    E erywhera be active In urging the mat Woodenware, Stoves and Novelties, Knives,,,
    ter to a just conclusion.

    -. orange One and stock two-year-old: Pineapple, Parson buds on Brown souls Augustine Herald.OBSERVER.St. Forks Spoons Etc .., Net Co

    '# f.ti Homosassa, Jaffa, St. Michael Ruby* '., Kited States Twine & ,

    Maltese Blood, .Boone's Early, Hart, Sat a For Sale. When In Jacksonville do not fall to give us a call, as we keep one'of the .biggest ,. ,
    f Tardlft, Majorca, Danoy Tangerine ,.
    -' lines of the above goods In the city.
    sums Mandarin and King. Grapefruit and CI of good land, located about I 23 Fulton'St., New York, N. Y.
    March Seedless, Walter's Improved miles the ease X. 'RENEKE (Successor to J. L. Pitaer.)
    fou 11l east of Titusville, on F. ,
    Triumph. Lemon : Genoa, August,,
    ( for All Kinds ofFISH
    Villa Franca, Carney (Sicily). All stool 8ho.* of Indian River, comprising tenacrea foi 323 Everett Block, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Headquarters
    first-class and free from Infect of fine hammock, suitable
    guaranteed
    and disease. Write for prices. tnge and vegetable growing, and fUtyaorea '
    *
    J.. M. CHAFFER, Of rich muck land, adapted to the -Home-Grown NETS and all.
    tI" .
    ...! Candler, Marlon Co., Fla. There cultlyatlon are one of sugar hundred cane budded or vegetable orange: FOR SALE.; .

    trees on the place and three or four bundred -. -

    .. 1 Calls for Bids for Church at banana plants the: also small dwelling i : PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS FIXING
    houae. For sale at low figure of f6O() .NET
    Eden. This, offer is only good for 00 days. Addreea '. Of the following Varieties : ..

    .. All coatrsctori desiring to bid on the KLONDIKE ear ADVOCATE, '' ttbika, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, Rlpley Queen Smooth, All our Cotton Gill Nets are made of the Celebrated "EAGLK. BRAKD"e .
    :, I work of erecting the new church at Titusville, Fla. Pernambuco ud Red Spudslu Lontr Staple Cotton Twine-our own brand, not sold elsewhere.LttraX
    den, are hereby requested to addressHAHBT Cayenne, GILL NETS, of the best thread obtainable. Stretch ed
    W. RTCHABDS, ...._.-W M. Bowvis With C MMts> Apply to O. C. MATTHAMS, Florida'Vlneappl Extra quality steam tarred Cotton flanging Lines. Patent
    Chrmn. Bldg. Com. Cathartic aura conitlpatton fonv,. bF1a oarsTeto. 'Write for prices.
    1 Eden, Fla. IOvIIIo.lady Itaa0.la...drtlggislstetaadmoeey. West Palm: c &arred Mann Rope. Oiled Clothing, ,etc.

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