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Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: September 3, 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: UF00079909:00094
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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LOCAL: NEWS -Editor R. N! Andrews, of Cocoa, FOR ALL Kinds of Bicycle and Sun Ladies' Bicycle. ,4o.* Gardner & WalkerMr. Fort Pierce. HOTEL NOTES.,.t, .' s

was apleasant visitor to town Monday. dries, send to F. W. BEERS, St. Augustine vjWIIBRH \

d Topic. of General Interest. -Jfor low prices on fruit jars, jelly $'la. E. B. Wager now wears a happy : to stop.. See list of hotels-on

glasses, etc., see advt. of G. F. Paddlsonon smile, his wife having presented him GOBS Tucker secured two fine tarpon our 7th page. I

THE ADVOCATE, 8th page. -Mr. F. T. Budge came up to town with a fine boy on Wednesday night. Tuesday night. It Is surprising the large number D(

$1.50 per annum In advanoe.. ;"The Daily Daytonlan Is now under yesterday from Miami. -Rumor says that Dr: J. M. Dixon We had some fine rains recently, guests that have stopped at the Seaside
'
II00 six months, new management. Read further par- -Mr. L. H. Church of Orlando, paid baa taken unto himself another wife. which were greatly needed. Ion, Seabrooise, this summer! Messrs.

'2.00 per an. to foreign, countries. culars on 4th page. Titusvllle a visit on Wednesday. Hearty.congratulations, doctor. Mr. Merrl wether and family loft for Stewart A Gramltng do what they canto

-Mrs. H. little Mabel Ankona t -The at the Seaside I Gilbert's Bar, Monday. make It pleasant for ,their Ifue"tll; and
W. Reynolds and Attorney C. T. McCarty, of german, given tho vocal and Instrumental mimic, card,
Never fall to read our Inside pages left for Miami on Wednesday and are paid Titusville a flying visit on Wednes- Inn, Seabreeze, the first of 'the week, Quite a number of drummer have surf bathing etc. add considerably to

u will always find something to In- expected home to-day or tomorrow.Mr. day.' was well attended and quite a brilliant been In town lately, calling on our the pleasure of all} who sojourn at this S

!st you. .- M. E. Gruber of West Palm '-Mr. J. P. Turner, of Ponce Park, affair.Quito merchants. seaside hotel. We noticed one peculiar <1 1f

s' knee pants 25o. Gardner& WalkerMr. Beach, after spending a couple of weeks has been in town two or three days this a number of passengers were : Dr. E. L. Jennings; and daughter; came feature nt the Seaside Inn, viz., the proprietors
or so very pleasantly at Charlotte, N. C., week. on board tho excursion train, Wednesday up Monday, from Miami\ to bo presentat give a big dance every Saturday
Geo. E. Muriel, a well-known I s now stopping in Columbia, S. C. ,' bound for points as far south as his neioe's wedding. night, AH wall as smaller dances during
C. E. Graves of Melbourne\
-Major the week and furnish the music for
salesman arrived in .town ,
yes-
voting Advertising Is often the pass key Beach* was a pleasant visitor to. town Miami.Mr. The Rev. Troiuu held services hero which they make no charge whatever (a
which the lock and and Mrs. J. O. Walton and .
lay.Mr. opens of business esterday. twice last Sunday, to large congregations those who participate.
Sherman Singleton; of Hortl, admits to the field of success. Ask Claude Walton have been sojourning at In the Methodist church.
-'Mr. II. Beneke of Canaveral
been spending a day or' ao in town, John Wannamaker or any other prosperous gave Seabreeze all the week, enjoying; the The Ocean.Beach house, East DI Y.
week. merchant about it. UII a pleasant call yesterday, and planked driving and surf bathing.Mr. The eight-year-old daughter of Mr. tona, under the management of Mrs. H.
down $l.5O for a year's subscription to Morgan, of Fort Drum, was bitten by a C. Berry, Is quite a pleasant. seaside re
County School Supt. Jno. II. Sams -Rev. E. E. Johnson, of Cocoa, held the ADVOCATE.Mr. J. L. Bra aslll\, special agent of rattlesnake a few days ago, and died in sort. Mrs. S. Adams Is of groat assistance .

la up to town from Courtenay on services here, Sunday last, morning and J. L. Jacobs, representing the the ITqultablo Life Assurance Society, two hours afterwards from the effect of to her mother in the managementof
dneaday. evening, at St. Gabriel's Episcopal well known liquor firm of Chfts. Blum & was in town several days this week, We the bite. affairs, and she certainly makes it F
hurch. lie will officiate here acknowledge a pleasant call.
again on
In this ue of the ADVOCATE will Co., Jacksonville, was in town Wednes- Miss Carrie fimlth and Mr. D. Bryantwere pleasant for those who stay there. A
found the names of Tltu vll1e'a delln- Sunday, the 20th inst. day and Thursday.The "' Mr. E. C. Dearborn, of the real married at H p. m.,> Wednesday, at lady l'eoentlYlI\ld, "I like to stop at this 1

:nt taxpayers. -Mr. A. E. Wilson, of the Wilson Decker A Slmonson's estate firm of Frederick A: Dearborn, the residence of Mrs.\ W. Stormitn, Mr. house because there I II not much formality -
Cypress Co., Palatka, spent a few days site for Cocoanut Grove, passed through here, A. C. Dlttmnr tying the knot. We wish about, and the cuinint I I. certainly
of theJ.
Civil Engineer Given, of Cocoa, has lumber yard, situated just north his to Jacksonville. good" Among those who r"lflatel'
at the Seaside Inn, Seabreeze, the first yesterday, on way them happiness and prosperity. very
in town this week attending toe ., T. & K. W. depot, on Capt.' Simon-
a Wilson will od at the above hotel duVIng the past
the week. Mr. soon join
work for the county. o his in New York. : on's property, Is being leveled oil and -llr. and Mrs. R. L. Motlow'and Mr. Capt. Hogg returned from Wavotund week'were: Mr. F. E. Rogers, Drayton +
family
got In readiness.Mrs. and Mrs. J. D.Orabb returned to town In his schooner, with another loud of Island; R. B. King, Sanford) Mr. and
of the fair
end-Quite the a shoot contingent of the Tltusville Gunb sex -Miss MattIe ]May Hall will probably Geo. M. Robbins and familyare yesterday from their summer outing In slips, for Mr. Thompson. We are very Mr*. J. 0, Walton, Claude Walton, TI. <<
return home to Jacksonville to-morrow Tennessee and elsewhere. to hear'his wife U quite ill. We ''i
afternoon. now pleasantly located In the mountainous sorry tnsvllla; J. W. Adam, Mnnford; )Ir, and
everyF1'Iday
4 (Saturday) after a pleasant stay of several district of North Carolina-vislt- Another enjoyable dance took placeat hope to see her out again soon. Mrs. John Barr, Mloanopy; Alfred St. ,? h

Set forth your advertisements a 'you months with her uncle and aunt, lug Mr. and Mrs. J. R. PaddUon, at the Opera house last night, when Man-led.--At the Methodist church, Clair Abram Tavaros; Mr. and Mr. C.
stock of goods-to attract at Capt. and Mrs. T..W. Lund of this place. C. Smith and child Mr. J, S. Watkins
your Mount Airy-where they are having a quite a number "tripped the light fantlstlo" Wednesday evening, Sept... 1st | Miss ;
tlon by novelty and good taste."I !g -Please examine the name-and- very pleasant time. to the strains of the lively music. I: Myrtle Jennings and Sirs Frank Depew, and children, Mlonnopy; A. L. Mollln%

am very much pleased with the date slips pasted upon your paper or: -There was a very enjoyable dance at -)(ell"I's. Alec Goode 'and J. H. May the llev !Mr. Lpuder of Sebastian, ofllolatlnir. Dr. W.l tont, Sanford e s

ults from advertising in your pinker wrapper every week and see If you are the Opera house on Tuesday night, returned here last night, from their trip There was a large congregation A visitor to Hot Spring, Va., says:
,," says a Jacksonville merchants not indebted to us. If so, we shall be about thirty-live being present. Music to Daytona, In ,the yacht Rosalind. present to witness the wishes The "I continue to receive your newsy and

Miss Ethel Morriss, of DeLand, has glad to have you send us the small was furnished by Mesdames' James Messrs. Cooper and Conner, also came young couple have our best for a popular ADVOCATB quite regularly, andI P
life
in staying In town for several daysh amount owing.Mr. Pritchard and Roswell, Coleman and the with them from Soabreece, to which long ol health and happiness. note that you hava correspondent all a

Conductor and Mrs. W. B.'Waddell. W. M. Brown, of the Bank 'of Misses Aline and Daisy Brady. place Mr. Cooper returns to-day. They along the Kits Coast u* far south a* Mi[
Miami and Indian River bad a fine trip down. ami. No doubt many resident pf the
Bay Blsoayne", Eau Gallie.
Civil Engineer G. Trevor Spencer, of Bank Tltusville to townaturday Writing the ADVOCATE 'from Or- East Coast will leollntel'ested In the suecos -' ,
F. C. L. C. & T. Co., returned to St. State after absence came up of a week mond Mr. Kobt. McDonald lays : "You -There>> was a meeting of Brevard of one'who ha been popular with
gustlne from Lake Worth, MondayMr. last,first-named an He returned will please find herewith postal order for County School Board yesterday with J. H. D. Smith returned Saturdayfrom : Floridians and winter I tourist Mr. r
or so at the place. 11.20 for two dozen copies of the popular the following officers present: A. L. Orlando. Frod Starry, the manager of the Royal

south again Monday.Mr. ADVOCATK, which I duly received." Hatch,. Dan E. Miller, and Count Hupt. Treutlor returned Poluclaoa and the Inb Palm Beach, and
and Mrs. Win.
F. O. Williams, our energetic and Mrs. C. C. Smith and child, Thus goes the pink paper all along the J. H. ams. The meeting Iwl to Mr. of tills beautiful and healthful resort,
homo last
I popular station agent, spent from of Mlcanopy, have been stopping at the East Coast. settle the location of a'school ut Eden Saturday. where we have some fine spring.. The

urday until Monday at Daytona. and Ocean Beach house, East Daytona, for merchant fn town should putan and north of Eden. Also to discuss the 'What wo neod mostly just now Is a water that comes steaming hot from

ghborhood. some time past. They have a son in New -Every ad. In their local paper. It shows alive location of a school near Vero, and other good, heavy rainfall. nature' cauldron bring with It wonderful

Mr. and Mrs. John Tierney, after York, who is very clever with the pen and progressive town. Strangers i matters. 1'ho meeting will be.continued ,G. F. Paddison got back Saturday, curative properties that seem a lure
urn lng'aeveral weeks at Hotel Co- and his sketches are commended by all and would-be settlers always take note to-day. from his down-river trip. I dlspollant of rheumatism and gout, while

na, Ormond, have returned to theire who have seen them. of the ads. of merchants who are doIng Among the pleasant callers, at the many other disease are diminished or +'
In Orlando. -Rev. and Mrs. II. M. Goodell 'and business and bidding for patron ADVOCATE: office this week was Mr. Theo. Pomnr, of the Florida East cured by Itt use. Three mile away js
any
of the SeUlen Count Railway auditor' office, was here the Healing Spring, also managed by
Mr. W. the Miami again home In Tltusville after an Geo. B. Solden, Cypress
M. Featherly.'of on are age.:
lastday's absence of six weeks, which time they Door, Sash and Blind Co., Palatka, one l\Ionda'llIIIt. ; Mr. 8terry. U, I I. said that soy akin dl. r
tropolls, was a passenger on H. J. Smith of Pompton
of Sea- Mayor of the .largest factories In the south. launch the J. ease-whether Internal or external-will
the pleasures Capt. Mclntyre's steam!
,
train. He had. been as far as pent enjoying finest +
of the
Lakes N. J. who owns one be cured the of the
:kgonvllle on business breeze. They informed us that their This firm not only I supplies good to I. C. mut with," slight accident last Sun surely by use water.
acatlon'on the seashore had been very proves In Rockledge, passed through merchants all over the south, but makes day, blowing out ODe of her Hue. If persevered In according to the directions.
here Tuesday, en route to his place, I I should like to till
Read "Mr. Eastman's Speculation to their health. Immense shipment, by schooner, to you publish
beneficial
Indian''River story; "Growing Cab- where he said he expected to spend a New York and other large northern 1r1l. Bayers and daughters, of Cocoa- Item because I know Mr. Starry ba avery lti

le," "Experiments with the Tomato," -Capt. J. Allan Lovelace passed day or so. Mr. Smith said he bad merely cities. Dealers In doors, sash. blind, nut Grove, are bore visiting the family kindly feeling towards 'the pink t
., on our inside pages.Dr. ., I through here last Friday, en route to come down for the sake of the sea' eto., would do wall to pay this fine factory -of John Houston, Mrs. Buyer's: brother paper of the East Coast.: ''

H. D. Brown, of Melbourne, I Miami from Green Cove Borings.board The the trip.. a visit, or write for estimates. Mr. Messrs. Hammond and Hatch visited Reader of the AnVOCATK-whether

nt to St. Augustine, Tuesday, to at- genial captain which was purser between on Miami and -Gen'l. Supt. W;. B. Coffin, 'Train Selden will return.to Pulatka to-day. Miami last week. While there they purchased residing north or south-should remember s

id the meeting of East Coast surgeons steamer Nassau last winter ran, and ,,latterly captainof Master Spencer, and Roadmoster Bald 'What might have proved a dlsa*. five' acres of muck land, each, that from the New Mount Pleasant
d at that place this week. the Courtenay for a time. He has win arrived here, Tuesday, In a privatecar trou conflagration: last Saturday night for an inves'tment. House, White Mountains, N. JUT., far be-
and left for other points the next the broad meadow
subscriber to the ADVOCATE wan fortunately averted In time. It seems Conductor Geo. Sewell, of the Plant yond Ammonoosua ,
Mr. Graber & become a
A. P. Gruber of
day. We hope to see the J., T. Jt K. W. the entire mass of Mount Washington,
that sparks from the engine of the I. here on month' vacation
Iggs grocery firm, is now able to be -1\11' Geo. W. Scoble, after a coupleof t'y. Co. follow In the footsteps of theF. southbound some freight train fell In a pile of System, a ; from base to summit, can be seen. Joeour
which ha will with his
aut again' after a somewhat trying weeks' absence in New Haven, Conn., E. C. R'y. Co., and clean up the,place Imflammable rubbish which was lying brother-in-law A.enloy A. Ford.fishing mountain are all about, and the 1
less of some weeks' duration. where his wife and children have been around their depot ere the winter season. close to Paddison' old lumber shed, and tourist find an added pleasure a* he k

f We have some fine views of ourt for some months past, returned to'town sets Induced a blaze, which, If prompt and Mrs C. E. Burton, having 'remainedtwo realizes the convenience of this place for

Coast hotels, etc., which will be Friday last. The many friends of Mrs. in.Mrs.. U. J. Springer who has beenenjo'lnl timely measure had not been taken to weeks' with her daughter. Mr. W, trips to the many points of interest The fs
warded to any part of Canada or the Scobie will be glad to learn that she Is the pleasures of Coronado extinguish, would probably hue communicated K. Tonioos returned to her dome, La- trip to the hotel I I. a delight, through

Ited States upon receipt of a two-cent now improving In health, and will it ll Beach for( six weeks with her father, Mr. i with and destroyed both Pad- vonla, Go., last Wednesday. parlor ears taking visitors to lte hosplt- Sable t
nip to postage. hoped, have fully recovered in a short WashIngton shed and Decker's lumber and door., where, from the broad piazza
pay Frank Sharp, left for her home at : dlson's Mr. and Mr*. John Simmons have our
the wonders of that impressive country
The Trucker's Herald is the title of while.Mr. D. C., on Monday, accompaniedby yard fixtures. condolence on the los of their! young : are the best advantage. Com.
to
ther publication which we take pleae L. R. Decker, of the lumber and Miss' Flo. Sharp, a well-known and child, a very bright boy, who dlad Wednesday seen attractive ;
In adding to our exchange list. It building material firm of Decker & Si' very popular young lady, who Is going Hen's collars 3 for 2r o. Gardner' 4 W. last, after only a few days' lllnus with modlous.roms prompt and, efficient service furnishings, cornti, "" t

very neatly gotten up, and Is editedMr. monson, of this place, returned to Titus- north to Attend the wedding of her slater Messrs. Gauldon and Robblns, Titusvilla's bined with Intelligent\ management,
A. O. Uisoock, Jacksonville.Mr. vllle the end of last week from firm his ;bliss Nell Sharp, which takes place A Dig Purchase of Cattle. legal luminaries, were here make this a blghly'satlafaotory abiding
This
and Mrs. Louis A. Brady, whore business trip to Georgia. stock and this month. Wednesday, on business connected with place for those who look for comfort
been enjoying themselves at Sea- carry nothing but the best orders as _Mr. B. M. Moodfe, son of Prof. F. B. Mr.; G. D. Bryan and Ion Grover, of the affair of the Eau Gallla. State Dank,' and ease, Messrs. Anderson & Price,

ezs, as guests of the Seaside Inn, since consequence is receiving neighborhood many : and Moodie, of Lake City Agricultural College New Smyrna, were pleasant caller at the stockholder of which seem to have the proprietors, who are well and favorably
day last, have rented cottage on thench from the surrounding and who has been on a visit to the; ADvocATE office/ on Wednesday. gotten Into a legal taugla. known In connection with Hotel e
and will probably a remain at the other points on Indian River. Dade county, passed through Titusville Mr. Bryan recently purchased over 2,
whore for a month or more. -Mr. L. C. Oliver, formerly a well- Saturday last, en route to Daytona ,snot bead of cattle, and I I. now fencing In over greet Mr. John Carey on her arrival to entertain summer tourists ,I,
known lumber merchant of Tltusvflw, other points. Mr. Moodle is quite an six miles of land along the Indian Riverbank here lost Saturday, after an absence of \ satisfactory manner that
-Mrs. J. B. Hunmlout and Miss Mat- but! now of Miami, stayed over In town expert on tobacco growing, and showed near Lyrata, for a range for them. nearly two years, and regret that her has characterized former years. Fin
Lumsden, of St.Augustine, paid Fort from Saturday until Monday last with us some fine sampl>>I'(If tobacco grownat 110[ will also have cattle pens erected visit I* to be so brief a one. ;Mrs. Carey golf links, etc., are among this mason's
erce a visit on Monday, and Daytonae his friend, Banker W. M. Brown. lIe San Mateo, as well as tobacco he near the head'of Indian River, so that expect to return to Rochester In a week altragtions.. Our northern and southern
following day. This was Miss Lums- had accompanied his wife and family as found growing wild In the Everglade. he can easily place bill stock on board : or ten day*. reader would do well to take a trip to
n's first trip down.the East Coast, and I (as as Jacksonville on tbelr way to Geor The cigars made from the, San Mateo the cars of the K. K. C. Rr., and ship the White Mountains. Messrs. Anderson (
e was delighted with all she saw., gia, where they have gone to sojourn fora tobacco were sampled by as, and were them to Cuba, where they can be landedIn The building back on Cbo of of F. Taylor'shomestead & Price will be pleased to answer

-Mr. C. R. M cby. manager of G. G.ringer's while and was returning to Miami. of very good flavor and quality three day, via Miami. Mr. Bryan destroyed by. Just(Ira last Sunday town morning, went: correspondence as to rates, etc. See
1 Is excellent In the above
the grazing view of lhe'New Mount Pleasant ,louse
says
ice works at Cocoa, paid St. Writing the ADVOCATE from Frankfort -Mr. George Eugene Bryson, the section and cattle will do well on this the dry weather and I1l1av,' growth of
'gustlne a visit the first of the ..weeke Mich, Mr. J. J. White, a well Cuban war correspondent of the New new ranch.S'lG.7t1, gratis about the houte making it an easy on our 7tli page
regret to learn that Mr. Springer has known resident of Rockledge, says: "I York Journal, who was recently expelled prey for the forest fire which have been rT
en quite ill, and hope that by this start for home on Thursday, and will from Cuba by order of General Weyler burning In its vicinity several days. Hotel
The Nassau
New York ami
ne he Is on the' road to recovery. stop at Nashville for a short time. I paused through Tltasville on Saturday To K. 1"". Hatch who ha been officiating .

Attorneys Geo. M. Robbins and D. have had a very pleasant time here this last, en route to Jacksonville, and left He turn. a* agent of the "'. E. C. R'y. during Mr. n
Gaulden, of Titusville; and E. K. summer, but will be glad to get back for New 'York Monday morning file Watts' absence, left for his home at City Dame Rumor tells the ADVOCATE that

''iter, of Gainesville, went to Eau Gal home again. Mrs. White's mother, Mrs sister.Mis* Alma E. Bryson, who joined Ocean Steamship Company, of Savannah Point Ut Tuesday, to the regret of bl. everything In connection with the building
Tuesday, to 'take testimony In the A. P. Bellows, will accompany us, and" him at Daytona on his trip up the East offer this very low rate Savannah many friend here. Mr. Hatch will of the proposed new hotel st Nassau.'
Jit vs. Gleason law suit that has been make her home with; us for some time. Coast, did not accompany him to New !I to New York: and return, and a large I II leave Saturday on a montb'sllJatloD, Bahamasltae been llettl cl. Th plan .

> the tapir for some time past. Julia D. Tuttle, one of Miami's York, but returned to the Seaside Inn, number of merchant and others should which ha wllf spend In' Kentucky after a are drawn, the wharf will soon be com
-Mrs. where she ha been menced and work the bo ll.1 In
made a short Seabreeze, stoppingfor take advantage of It. Ticket are on week sojourn at Nachvllle, taking In on order -
-Judge M. S. Jones has been spenda prominent residents, Wednesday, to several weeks past, enjoying themanyamoHmeote sale from Savannah, for ships sailing the ei position.A for this coming winter, so that It t;

ck day or so in St. Augustine this visit to Tltusville law on matters with provided by Messrs September 1, 3, 4, 10, U, 13 and 14, and large number of their friend were will be ready for Ituelt.lo January, 1809. ;art
attending law matters. The attend to some Stewart 4 Gramllng. She Is popUla from date of The lumber for the wharf will be taken
dge also Mr.Geo.ai. nooviu*. Mra. Tuttle's timewa friends good to return thirty days at the railroad' station last Friday, to
visited RobL and her were
schooner.
Congressman she did not have a young lady, many a le. Jat the trip for oar Florida peo welcome Mr. and Mr. S. K. Watt othell' to Nausea by
Davis folly taken up, so York with .: M
Palatka while These did not to New
she -
away. glad go --- -- -
Delightful short sea trip with elegant -
glance over ple. return from their wedding trip.
ro take a cursory .
to
gentlemen andre chance doe. not
are old-time friends, I her brother. Mr. Bryoa yet
had sold meals and berth Included' thl. '
glad to meet again; but we think our town. The report that she I know where he will be seat by the Journal and all the comfort and The happy couple appeared to have enjoyed A Flue Hotel for Male.
home and price, one gets tbelr three weeks' honeymoon, arriving
pt. Davies forgot to tell Judge Jones her Fort Dallas hashonlytsold but It I. possible that no maybe lr.4clasa hotel the Ibiptlof -
luxuries of on
Tuttle a here looking hearty and content
out his recent fishing exploit at'Seaeeze. unfounded. Mn. assigned a* war correspondent In India. for Owner wishing to retire, will sell the
tba Steamship Company
of her Miami propert1. Ocean ed. Mr. Watt returned to hIs disk at >ti
part ticket oldest and -best known transient and
which there I I' no charge after-toe the railroad offlca last Tuesday relieving
Ice' ream Freezer for Bale. lpurcba* d. Write for stateroom reservation Mr. Hatch. family hotel In AcbevlUe, N. C. Small
,
Out for stock men'l sad Information to Walter cash payment. Central location and, t
boK' our new DUCKS for ala; very fine spa i *, or any
hat Gardner & Walker. PEKIN rtmen.; only $3 for two duck and a' A new "Jack Froat" Ice cream fnle&er 00 Hawkins, ria. Passenger .Agent Jacksonville Bare Chance. valuable frontage. Loco Apply Box toAhevlUe ipdff, ';
the frozen la Flo.
Address; which turn* out cream -
drake. N.C.
Fla ,
ATCn REPAIRING done by Anthony W. BAr.uan, 1l1ms, second, for sale cheap. Address For Mia, on RIdgawood avenue Day. .

Bros., West Palm Beach, Fla. A. V. A., Ice Cold Bottled Soda, tea, a very nice residence and Improved I. I,
Sale. care ADVOCATE offlceTUu -- lot In a desirable location- IIoue ls 8odawate.r: Fountain.Wanted_ k
grapefruit Dad for vlUe, Fla. now ranted and pays tan per cent net. -
Bone Wanted. bacia Tlva cant per bottle, fifty cent per Thl. Is worth your attention Wanted a small sodawater fountain ,

Five h.ndied pfrult budded, one Ofoo BICYCLES RENTED and repaired b1 down. GBUBE
Save your bone and send them to the year old, $90 per 100. Ale UAEDU: O: W. Michael- three door west of. office, C. O. Btrnr
*ksonviU rertllUer Co., South Jack angetreea.. R. A.Sebastian., Pia. Seaside Inn Sembree, FU. Ladles' new hU, sailors. Gardner W.r TI till vUIf, rut. Seabneae,J'la:1" -
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1 4 I: ., F..A.STMAN'S: SPECULA: however far from Wag of the same Is seldom adopted by farmer, but (It The,one thing for' which lace paper Michigan Lumber and Manufacturing j

,I TIOW.L calibre. while saves labor by: dispensing with making may ''be used and be considered good ,

; John Blackstone, quite eoateat- bed and transplanting. I have tried form on a table Is for oheeae. I MANUFACTURERS OF P

J ed at their promising'' success, did not four varieties of late cabbage-the Flat Wrap your fruit Jars In newspaper and '

(An Indian Jtlver. Story.). allow himself to be completely carried Dutch the Drumhead the Mammoth set In a cool; dark place. Tbe Crapping Cypress or Pine Lumber, Mill Stuff, Sidings

L1 i'' ; ( : [Written for the Indian River Advocate] away over their good, tarn of fortune, and the Marblehead, which I prefer to will !prevent the fruit from bleaching.To Flooring,

but set to 'work adding Improvementsand all others as the heads are more firm Ceilings and Mouldings,, Packing Boxes and Crates. Turning and
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extending the magnitude of the and solid. But for planting M above Car Constipation Forever. W ork.

CHAPT1BB I. grove, never tiring In his seal to strive suggested more seed Is necessary. About Take Cascarets CandY Cathartic. lOo or Mo. Good work and material low prices. Take Main street' car line to mill I
If C. C. O. fall to cure druggists refund mouer. IIiII
"No sir, they will'never. reach that for tbe.very best results attainable; not eight ounces sufficient to plant an acre. i office.

i1 + ,' ; figure nor one-half of iK:, this year nor so with William Eastman, who was sure As soon as tbe plants appear above the I the t ..
t for "Telephone (old line) 485.
I dressing
''y I $ Indeed will theoutput'ever again attain that a fortune grew: on his trees, with surface so as to be plainly seen, skim I Vaseline : Jacksonville, FJa.

r u the enormous number of five million only small exertion on his part seeming lightly with a hoe.' When they: become russet sboes.

i' 5>J boxes." "' to believe that all he would have todo : more stocky run the cultivator between Hot bread, and cake ,should be Cut ..:::::::

: ;t This was spoken 'Ina loud ringing wo ld be the spending of the earnings,; the, rows and follow with a hoe, drawingthe with a warm knife.WANTED ,

d l lone and as the emphatic, words vibrated lie was an affable and fluent conversationalist soil tothe, plant. If cultivated In HARRY '
MASON ]
throughout the coach the ears of all a genial companion with aright this manner they generally head well; FAITHFUL MEN OR & tij

i p; passengers were quickly the alert to jovial disposition, and altogetherone but under the most favorable circumstances to travel for responsible ,

4 f' retain every syllable which might be who would be teamed; a "good fellow }-' some plants are slow in.heading established house in Florida.' Salary

i + l uttered thereafter; because up to the ;" but he let his good fellowship In such cases I have used fine table salt I ent.$730 and Reference.expenses.Enclose Position self-addressed perman* s.)irAaGN CO. v Jobbers In Fine Imparted

l t' present time the conversation had been take too decided turn, or so at least sprinkling It In the heads It 'will sit stamped envelope. The National Star .

held in a natural tone generally adopted' thought John Blackstone for he in down between the leaves' and the dews Insurance Bldg., Chicago.The 'JACKSONVIILLLE. Liquors and Cigars

y In the discussion of current topics engaged formed the genial'gentleman that a summary and rains dissolve It. I have never seen Hid

( la by railroad passengers who are of accounts proved him debtor to a plant fall to head'after thus being Walton Rapid Calking Machine

'' e'1 rt f' co-mingled together !. the firm of a very considerable sum of treated. No. one, $5; No. two, $10; No. three $15 Grade Whiskies Etc

fit'I I But now 'a slender gentleman weepassing money and further that a change. would'be Tltusvllle, Fla. ,

down the aisle l and as he with necessary. E
a i; '> 9 r great bearing and, distinction, approach It was, however agreed that business lOo Candy 26o. If CiUhnrtlc.C.O.O,fall cure,druggist constipation refund forever.money. TAYLOR. Whiskies-Imported-and Domestic; Southern Belle Rook and .from turn?-
ALEX WEJLR. ERNEST << peach,blackberry; and peach and
ed tbe conversationalists, one of them would be continued under the firm name Ulns-Honand,01dioiu! etc.....,.,.. .......y..mmpIM............. "
turned toward the' new comer and, assuming until the next: fruit could be marketed, R.nn ....... ..'.. ......." .....................frolD.I.OO,"."..'"
Deafness Cannot be Cured NEAR & TAYLOR, Wiaafrlpn'rt' Shetawba Muscatel, CJaret', etcfrom.., .. ... .... .
a well regulated air of familiarity but under the exclusive supervision of Clarets-FinestBrantle.t.-.......... ..................,..'..from.2.twpnr)
of that nature which Is In vogue among John Blackstone, at which time one or By local applications as they cannot reach (Successors to John MoA1l ter;) Bottled ....'...f roia luo per ?
the diseased portion of the ear. There is Jt3 All other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices. "l
none others than commercial! travelers the othe,would buy or sell, and thus only one 'way to cure deafness, and thatis Artesian Well Contractors Jugs and demijohns will be packed 1n boxes when so requested without ol
L. 1 and put the query before him. close their mutual dealings. by constitutional remedies. Deafness tra cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express: Company

1 pi q i The question was one bearing on' the Another golden harvest was marketed, {caused by an inflamed' condition of, not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble.

1'11' r 1 I estimate yield of the number of boxes and Mr. Nutton's returns came to' handas the mucous lining of the Eustachian EAU QALLIE FLA. Send for Price List, or call upon MASON & CO.,
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t tube. When this tube is inflamed you 301, 307, 300, 811, W.:Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, FL!.
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,t of oranges in the state of Florida. during encouraging as at the previous season. have a rumbling sound or Imperfect

the present year. The day of final settlement came around hearing; and'When It is entirely closed .--- -
LO i *Mr, Nutton, for that was the '"entleman' and WHJIam) Eastman became the successor deafness Is the result, and unless tile inflammation

H, 'name, addressed was then contemplating of Blackstone & Eastman. restored to its can normal be taken condition out and this hearing tube BICYCLES.I .Best line) in the State

a tour'of Inspection! of the [Continued In next Issue.] will be destroyed forever; nine oases out ,
f citrus fruit localities and on tkla particular ten are caused by catarrh', which Is nothing .
1 ] day was just returning from the but an inflamed condition of the mucous -
Don't Tobacco Spit sad Smoke tour Mf '" ,.
Manatee and upper Rt.; ,Johd's rivercountl'les. To quit tobnuoo eaaltIandforever.. be mall surfaces. '
We will One Hundred Dollars for LUTHY 15000.
1 ( netlo. full of life nerve and vigor, tulle No-To- give
er board Jacksonville
on 'a
I Bao.thewnndebworkea tbacnalie weak men any ease of Deafness (caused by catarrh])
: __ Tampa & Key West passenger train, en strong.. All druggists,GOo or II.. Cure guaranteed that cannot be cured, by Hall's Catarrh FOWLER, $100, $75.00.
'i l 1. route to the East Const and Indian River Booklet and sample free. Address Cure.. Send for circulars; free. .. 1
f' Sterling Remedy. Co.. Chicago or New York. O.JB3y ,
'' F J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo CLEVELAND $100 8500.
J sections, where be "wan" to take a view of .
Sold by all Druggists 75c.Kansas .
,1, ti the orange groves, of that community .WESTFIELD, $75.00 $00.00.e .
GROWING CABBAGE. .
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"a..d Incidentally a bird's eye glance 'f the numerous pineapple plantations tliat boasts of a 1n which AWARD m PURITY _..A.,.
Cabbage next! to potatoes is the next. the hailstones were a, large as ostrich's
so abundantly'dot the banks of tliati .
beautiful river. profitable vegetable crop the farmer can eggs and it Is said that one enterprisingfarmer B. MANIER, Jr.,
ROBT. W. 'SIMMS '
i Mr. Nutton Is NeYork raise, writes commissionS Jacksonville
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I I merchant, and his acquaintance with They are'good for the table covered them with sawdust and, will sell SOLE AGENT, AND Fla,

Jlorlda 'and her numerous resources, excellent food for fowls and cattle, and them 'to families that need Ice. With Freyer <&; BVadley) Music Co.
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years past greater -
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date back handled Liquors.
.e many years,, having
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( demand in the: country markets than
and told bar. products more especially Thin or gray hair and bald heads, so
'+ her famous oranges. until he had come almost any other vegetable. Of the/ three displeasing to many people as marks of Jacksonville. Florida. t
CHAS.:: : e L::I VM' & CO.DEAt.ERS
varetties, the early the'mediufri and 'the age may be averted for a long time by ; .
to be Identified Dealing
as In but
iJ ; |11 K' Florida fruits. none ; late I have, been most successful with using, Hall's Hair Renewer.. B3F" Write for Prices. 1 ---, IN -

il i Tha great freeze of 04 and 00, memory the latter and found them more profit. ) C :J:1Wl.n.e: : : Winos: an.c:1: Liquor
I able and a surer crop than the other varieties. Pretty fireproof china dishes.' In their
..( wtlch will be carried down for
I ,1\;\ countless .' In consequence of their late silver wire mountings testify !o the pop. ...Agents Wanted.FOR ... ff. HP1. B417i ale W. Bay St.,
S generation, suddenljr<.snapped in '
twain this golden .ap' of'''Vital, !''giNWj.lijd.nd:"( maturity they are less liable ularity attained of,late by casseroles, \ -77 JACKSONVILLE '. FL

,and Florida, at the keultM I vJof(; *$'Industry wr glory I t&0ili&ftroyed; & | by the Insect pests 'and souffles, etc., on our menus. e I' RICH WINE' create good, rich 1
they 1c ii throulfh winter decidedly bet i l thy blood. Don't make the miiutt, 4
1 was Disrobed. of her :gbriiOAif; flames, I buying sour poor wine because 111
and "fallen by the way-s'lde'' of onward ter than the early or medium sorts. If It No-To-Bao for Fifty Cents.Guaranteod .- JUVENILE HOLIDAYAND -d._, LI' cheap. It is. not. It has a niutjr, did
i desirable to'raise enough simply for tobacco bablt cure, makes weak du-y_ D i gtteable effect upon the system, wbJlr|
i 't progress, left alone to boar her sad misfortune men strong blood pure. 60o,II. All druggists.. = good wine IS really not expensive, i
family use, select a spot of good rich soil, .gives yon that pulled.tol..lher.tl..fle ,
and witness rival climes gain feeling. >
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laurels she alone had throw' on sufficient trash to burn the surface t Standard Subscription f KT We make a Specialty' :! of North CUna
rightly earned.* enough to kill the weeds and ''CraIB. Machine guns have been supplied to ,. \ / Mountain Dew Corn Wlllnkey,U
Mr. Nutton; like.. others had ,;years old,$2JH! per gallon.
t !; many the Queen's life guards and gradually all EOOK.S:
Dig It up three of four Inches deep; pul Parties living in Dry Towni will I
been faithful andloyal to the "L"nd'of well to order from u" as we cu f
will be
the British
calvary regiments
Flowers and Sunshine but verise by raking.' Sow the seeds, after By the W. B. Conkey Company the them 50 per cent.on all orders
: having' certain mixing them with dry ashes. Rake them al'met'with, them. e \ largest publishers and manufacturers of Or: "*Always send money with o
,, business Interests at heart ;was(oroedto Into the soil both ; A dessert "'r! i books in the United States. Finest line ""- TVewlll not open new "account u
enter "OUIrlIelds and ;{ .'' ways. spoon- 6e. of new holiday and other subscriptionbooks suitable Jacksonville reference 0C
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jas ,,1I;qvt ful of seed sufficient to produce eEyer'bod, Says JCascarets / No Goods sent C. O.D. to Dry Toi
plants
j But the )Jnnd,:Where once tlitr:it t $" ikit.,: on the market. Also agents wanted > i gM1y4 wt! ..,\ Agent for Indianapolis Brewing>> C
enough for any ordinary family; but If it Candy Cathartic the most wonderful for "The Silver side'.' the latest and Brewers and Bottlers Indianapoln,I)
'r aln pf pesltb) } ai I nth"! was bqlieVedLto medical discovery of the age: pleasant
f l Va'WfeflfljMtlned' '\ Is desirable to raise them .on .a .larger and refreshing to the taste, act gently beet text-book on the silver question by Hercules Malt Tonic |2.28 per case; Clayton; &,Rusaelt Wild Cherry Brandy, |4.M, per MM
y abound : to an untimely and liver and bowels the great silver leaders. Exclusive ter-
scale for market; the best soil on the farm positively on kidneys, ,
end in the hey4Uy:other'youth.., cleansing the entire system, 41spel) | colds, itory. Largest Commissions. Prices
t ,1 Lulled by the balmy zepbrsotTaBoothIng should be chosen and, If not rich enough cure headache, lever, habitual constipation below competition.Write .
use well-rotted barn-yard manure' and and biliousness. Please buy and try a box at once for circulars and special
ocean's; br6AV> kissed by Heaven's make it so. of O. U. O. to-day? 10, 8ft, /M cents" bold and term, stating your,choice of: territory.W. THE PAINT STORE.
guaranteed to cure by all druggists.
.dawsVtbfttv
gentU ; : sparkle and glisten, t
The land'Bhould be well preparedritnlmarked B. CONKEY COMPANY .
vnderth raja of a most' radiant M '
mornIng "
; sun,''and guided by countless untiring off three feet both ways; ''AileS $$- If you need any Job printing, we 341.3,13.345. 347-340,331 Dearborn 4,

1 hands \boa thrown off the yoke of where the marks Intersect make a' flat+ shall be pleased to get a share of !t. CHICAGO. ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS
t hill of fine soil, on which drop eight or ,
distress'and bid fair to ,outrank all prepvfou.reoorde'and
ten seeds and cover lightly with fine soil

wear 'again her well- Should more plants appear than la 'necessary E. WlJitiiENnxcli Manager. F. M. BURST, Treasurer.FLORIDA .
Merited laurels like a true daughter of $wJ.J.Fewpers:
III" thin to one plant. This method
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.It. a sisterhood.
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With all her magnifying propensitieswho --- MACHINE WORKS ,

can doubt her romance P 'The very 'O'u.tside; Cold, Water; Point.I. .
"Tears, idle tears, I
air one breathes on her fragrant shores knew not what .
they
IRON and BRASS CASTINGS.General
+ '* death the swaying of stately pines and mean," wrote the Tennyson.But E. BAIRD & CO.,

N murmuring: palmettos, Is filled with It. But tears always .. Repairing Promptly: & Accurately 1"-Dole.a .
;Thejf'" butterflies have met and mated aI meansomething. 52 West Bay &,Laura Sts., JACKSONVILLE,
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; nd"1c..elvet i wings have flown 4 Pulleysl ,
to
j \nattittes'homes provided for their away kind tears There of mel are Irop Building' Columns Jffifesgffiltf ., Shafting, Hangers Paints Oils, Glass, Varnishes, and Room Mou dJng8. ,

., Md Boxes Stook.I .
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ao men and women In, their turn have -. ancholyteare Sash Weights and Grate _
/ : of joy and of ," .
net with meddling Cupid's darts and despair, and Saw Mandrels of all Sizes YARDPalatka I
Bare.. Specialty. l SAW AND. PLANING MILLS JACKSONVILLE
ti many bellsTiave pealed In thOM.saddestttioet __ Calk-
consequence. f of
E. ., Foot
4 pathetic gg urnl9hed. FJa. Y i ,Bay ft.
_, Youth sage and gray-haired seniors have i .
v ,te.rap!> of; thqservoesl .

s .ai,It felt .the little fellow' cunning' and, all ,:1\1Cht.IWCo:;" Q.ea < SUG-AEI.__ : as "IVJ'=Te=as/. WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
have fallen in his trap.. Z ,
m au'who. has. Telephone 102.
> Office and Shops at End of Viaduct In Riverside
If for some "Love took up the harp of ? be.abnri ;'"I Io ,

life; and smote on all the chords with ::::: ,\ a. she may I,.' JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.; Manufacturers of <- i

might,'" and In perpetual sweetest ;,,1... tinder dellweakness
a : Lath.
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k trains In 'i"t:. Cypress Lumber Shingles
kept joyous harmony with the
4 and dnnriao torturing""pain.. GEORG MARX. JOHN MARX.. ,
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sacred TOWS through life, for others No wonder women,weep.. The wonder i.
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there have been sad fates. have that they to bear.. not u4 oftener'.aWer in; and'tear th.for,all saddest they ]vI2A..RX: :BROS. A'large stock of Dry Cypress flooring ceiling siding mouldings, IbI C t

William Eastman had fared comparatively thins about It i. how little their Wholesale lath and.pickets always on hand thus assuring prompt shipments
( well In Georgia as a speculator; are understood.' \ .a the-, doctor. : nine Dealers In----- .,. mouldings of all patterns a specialty. *

'i why should he not do the same or betterin times*that's in ten all says" or:>\.'nth"Oh rralrtaj"; (a Httta!!' Mnom., mVvoua.ness ..' aeries: : :Fruit: = : ass.d Pro: "C1.0S. When at home write us for prices; when tip our way come and see uu fc

Florida? His neighbor John Black- ala, or "dy.pepala.Jf1r"\!i ,;, htl sp (be 131 and 133 JCaat Bay Street and A and CNewnanStrest. e
} real cause he insist 1I enuniaaUova, a.d'' .
atone had always been a careful mane local trutment.bo tIle vlrliwerap tJlAnc Jaoa'. llaoaville, I F1orl.d.a.1: :
pr and a clever financier and shared possible to nervous, overwroufat'woman. -

1 I I the. otters opinion when be had proposed method.There I. Any* woman Deed of may then luau'...P.health ut 'ONB'F THE OLDEST FRjIIT HOUSES IN THE CITY. W: B.: IA we ON,

4 to buy In partnership an orange lad strength Iii a ; use ..

r grove and locate on the far-famed Indian 5 cures Dr.the Pierce'weaknesses-"A a5"ftssiasr and diseases of the, It We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas-; P 'Wholesale a and Retail

River on the East Coast of Florida. fcminn) organism absolutely and com guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want
Quickly negotiations, brought pletely. It waa devised for this special your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
about
purpose by one of the most eminent and
the deal and Florida has never, produced experienced: physicians la this country; aa MARX ,BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. WINE & LIQUOR MERC
a finer lot of budded trees than expert specialist in women's disease
For nearly jo years Dr. Pierce: has been
'were found in the Blackstone and East chief _aaltlne physician: of tbe Invalids'

man orange groves at Roseland. Hotel and SUa'lflcallnaUtute.,Buffalo N. Y.
S Any woman may consult him by letter free Magnolia Grocery. 119 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.
The wheels of time'rolled of ... ,
on, and a charge.: Her letter will be answered not .

were bounteous garnered harvest from of thplr golden domicile citrus,gems and authority by person*mere but anywhere Dane by the or most nncdncated obtainable.competent unscientific medical: and H.Retail A.:Dealer HENRY.in Proprietor.Wholesale Fine Old Liquors, Imported and Domestic Wines, HaY

forwarded away to Mr. Nutton for their All women should read Dr. Pierce1 thonsandpac I i
illustrated book. "The People' Mexican and Florida Cigars.
final distribution. Common Sena AdvUer." STAPLE AND '
Medical It coa.taIa8 *** FANCY GROCERIES. i
r 4 e Retnmscame in prompt and gratify' more lear: and comprehensive advice: **** .GROOEBIG: 1
J' well a medical: subjects taaa aaiy other book FINE FANCY. ::
i tag and very pleased men wen nv pabUalaecL; A paper-bound copy aeatpatopay Write or call'for our Cash Price List, which will please ,' 0d
L'' i Si Messrs.. Blackstono and Eastman.. The h. for.ty..one ODB-ftDt 102 Main and West :you. WHISKKTS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. X handle nonr CompO
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I natural movements of the two men were, the _t of 5Uailleff -Jr.. 01' ebtb-boy Forsytb. StreetJACKSONVILLE,, TLA. : PrIce List upon application., Your Jug Trad' Solicited.

tsr thirty-one ataDai' .. ..:...____ Telephone No. 955. If JOG wlala to open an account you mast HT flr>daM city wfw0'm. -

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Cards. TOWN TAX SALE LIST. iw, ](t1. ion( ion, no, 111, 'iniii3,: m, '

I. 113, 116, 117. . ;.. : ... . . '. . 4 90 HODGES &: GODFREY.
f D-11 Seiow. ...... .. lot 1 Mk A Fi lu r.s addition . 6 40 ,
STATE
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? BOBMNS. WAITM OF FLORIDA. j TOWN OF TITU TILLK, FLA. 'P K Ftehrr... .. ; .. tote 6,7, blk A Fisher's addl i uoai.\ .... & ia:
BBDiS.t; 0EAILAM.ATTORNEYSATLAW, COUNTY OF' BREVARD. 1 S .Joe! FI&her. .... ..,.. .. .4. lot 1 .. B" . . 128 Manufacturer of

] NK9TICE.tl8 hereby given that the following described land will be sold Jno Myers, ,..... ... .-. lota: .. Itr '' . . 3 2O -
J at allctlon on the First Monday in October, 1807. at the City Council JOB Fisher .. . . . lot XM U" ... . 1 '28 Yellow Pine Lumber '

From 10 to 12 a. m. Rooms at TitunlUe.ln the County of Brevard or so much thereof as will be :B Mtager..., .. .,. .. lot 4 B . . 3 20 ,
''ItIIIiI rt House:- to 4 necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same, together Joe Fisher. ,. . .. tote u. 7" II" .. .- '\ 3 84 MOUOH DRKBSKD, "
and 2 p.m. with coots : E If Ca rll Ie. ... .. . lot 1 C" . .. .. 64 '
nvevu r*, Brevard Co.. Florida. GEO. B. RUMPII, Ju., Collector.. P I'll Fisher . .,. lots 12, S" ) . . 00 Oreew. DelE Ileod..
Box 108. *.* I P M\ Fleher ........... .101s3:6: D" .. 33: Fruit Vegetable Crater 6

1 practl *In aU the OOD -,tate and ltd KwtiyG Patch .. . n lot 14 Joynervllle . %..... . .... 1 28" Lumber delivered at any part of Indian RlvMon
u.. for umlnlnff and perfectd OWNER. DESCRIPTION.: AM'TAll Robbins A Graham Co. sVJ lot Itt ,\ . ... . . 128 tlironizh bill of lading Anyone ronwinplat* ;
. ltal Utle In Bee 3,township 22. S, rang *$5 E. TASKS Unknown .... ..., . .lotlS V s. . . h.. . 1 00 IDle writ hnlUIinir for price on*.the The Kant Bawtnlll Court I*would ltnat.d do wall oa I the to- I

.... Gardner & Emerson . s> of w>: lot I block A. : $ 3 20 J J Box: . . .. lot 25 ** .,.' : .. . - Unknown.. . ... . . lot 1 Wager's ub-divotlote8,4,6,6blkA 4 SO Mrs T W Smith.. \\.l\\ lot 35 .: . l"r! . . 3 20 o..PIa.. ? I
CARY-ELWES;" J E Lanouette.. . .. .. ., lot 26 ", M 9 410. Unknown .. ,... .l. .. fot6eltb-illy lot Joynerviltet.. . ... 64 SoteamaiIlghtsPutnam
Elliott Titus. n>W of lot 1 exc n-20f Wa er'a sub-d blk B 3 20 Unknown . .... . west of lot 37 . . .'. iw
NOTARY PUBLIC, AN ,. lots B, 8 Wager's sub-dtvblkB. S 20 W Bellamy... ; . .' lotB,ub-div lots StJ,39,40,41, 4i Joy'rvllltf. 3 20 NATIONAL,

ij, STATE AT LARGE. M E Titus .. .. .. w 4-8 lot 1 exo. n-20rt block C. :256 Unknown .. .... ... lot 7" . . .. . . 1 :28
....ewrlting, taxes paid for non- ME Titus : . . w 1lot B block C. 64 Bfw T W. Smith, agt..lotS . . ... . . 3 20 Home-Seekers +
rents and aocounte collected, BJNorton. s X of e lot 3 blk D... ...... .. ... ;. 8 20 Unknown .,...... ,,.... lot 14 . ... .... . ., 128
i dento, Correspondence solicited. Peter Duff . .. .. lot 10, blk D. 6 40 Unknown .. ...... . lot ]G" . ." .. . .. 1 28 REAL EXCHANGE.;
Itmville etc. .. .. .. .. Florida. JT&K WRy Co ... ... n 50-ft of lots 12.3blkB.-IS.: . . 32: 00EK Unknown ...... . .lotll1.. .. . .. ld . 128 ESTATE
: Turner . . . part lots 1,2, del Tin deed bk J nz 230 blk K 11Dt 20 Unknown .. .:*. .... . ,. lot 17" .. .. .'.... . . 1 28
E Titus (widow... .. i s3 lot 4 block E,1" 40 .Unknown . ... .. ... lot ]tJ" ". . t .. . .... 1 38
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g6n' JTEPHEN E. FOSTER, M E Titus (widow). .. .. .' lots B and 6 block B. .... .. 11 80 B dfordGodrrey..lot3"! T\.j .. 64 Exchanging' Property for Property\ a. ,
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M E Titus (widow.). . w3 lot 7 blk E. . . . ..... .. :320 Howell Titus... ..:,; : . l lot 25! . .., .. .,. ;. . 80 p olllty.( Send Description of what h

ATTORNEY AT-LAW, JT&K R'y Co. ... lots I, 2. It, 4. B, 6. 7, blk F. .. .. . ., 32: 00 Edward Dllpont..lot:1I\ . .. ...... ... .'. VM.vt you have, and what you want,
S H' Ray .. .. . . part lot 8. 10 des In deed bk K pg 110 blk F 160 Elmer Hhultz.. .. . . U* 27! Y Y . ; .. ...... .(. . .. ikl

corns 420 A 423,Gardner Building J A Coleman. .. t. n strip lot 1 blk G.-. .,. . .. .. . 320 Elmer Shultz. .. ,.., .lotSO" . . .t. ....... . WA MAJLADAR Indian River, FLORIDA
J A Coleman . .,. .-. s strip lot 1 blk G ... . .. or. ... 320A :Kate PSamlst. ... . lot 3tl" .... . . 12 C. C. CARROLL, '
:; FLOBIDA Montgomery . . part lot 1 des in deed bk M pg 630 blk G, 12 80 Mrs LJB Bigelow.. . 4. .. lots 37, 38Rerdell'.addition.. ,WI' .\ . ;. 3 84
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sOlfVlLLJ L A Coleman. . .. ..1. wK lot 2" 11 304 ". G. 060 S F Travis"' ..... . . lot 30 to .. . ,64 Real Estate Agent. .

A W Bule. ; ...... .. . sBO-ftlot4blkK. ... . .. . ... . ... 160 Marl..Flemlng..lot..O ..* . .; fI.4
SCOTT GORDON R. BROOMS.: B R Wilson . . . 'v lots 6,6 block K . '.' . . .... ... 12 80 S H Ray. . . . . lot 1 block. E Fisher's addition . .. 82 i ,
'BROOME M E Titue.C. .., ... e of w31: bik L,1 . ,._. 6 12 rt'teorMFIMher..lotS. E . .'. 32 Choice .
OTT R I. Lockard. . . ... n& of w& block L. . .. .. .'. . . . S 12: Stephen Kills. . . . lotl": E U U ,. . 1 00 Wines, Liquors
Peter M Fisher . ... < U .. .. .. . 8.1: .
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW W R Sanders .,.'. . ;.. lot 11 e-subof old blk 3 (for Bap church) 0 60 .lot 4 E tII s
Peter M\ Fisher ... . lota F 61 . . . 1(1( and CIgars.
,. Theodore Titus. . ... lots 8, 4 LeBaron's map of old blk 3. . .1 60 IIII ,
(over Bank) J'l'&KWRyCo..lotI6.8.0 '3. v 0 40ME A M.WIngate. .. ... 4. lot :3 F . . 1 28 Guaranteed Pure.

Florida. :! Titus. . . . .. lot 7 3. . 00 Peter M Fisher.; . . lot 4 F ." 61 ., . ,s. 16( Sold reduced

ml, D K Harrison . . '.' n<4 lot sub-div des in deed bk J 111 Li1LIii1. at
62-ft/ front on Lemon st and 7S-ft on Phoenix Mills Lumber Co. lot bounded n by Orange at, .a by Broad, price i

f INOR 8. JONES, Broad st, block 4. . . .Y. . . 8 00 ,w by Kuig st, e by street! not yet named' Imported '
wit Knox . . . .e! lot1ofeasteub-divofblk4. ... . 3 20 and known as factory lot Tltusvllle. 1:1: 80 Tokay Wine.

ATTORNEYATLAW.TSYILLE MraJEllarrlson.:! . .. lot2eaetaub-dlvutblk4. .. .. . . 1 60 v.' In Sec 4, township 22 8, range 35 east.WAllawls from Italy. .
Mrs JBhIarrison.lot4 4. . . . 160 '
BREVARD QO., FLA 'Lizzie F. Rice . .. . lot 0" 4. . . . 480 . .. '.' .'. blk 34 and n.212-ft of blk :30 plat In book John B. Togni. h
: 20
M 0 Welder..lot 10 '. 4. .. . ,. ,,103 .. I page 101:1,
ounty Judge of Brevard County. Mary.E Key ... . . Ie cor lot 12 sub-div of blk 4. .... . 3 20 K G Harris. . ;. I. .. ; sl4acresof lot Ideaindeedbk0pg288 448 Metropolitan Saloon, 123: East' Bay Sb.
E H Rice .. . ... lot 1 and' east j51ot 2 blk<. .. . ... 1020 KO: Harris. .,,. ... I't,1; part neyt" of neW des. in deed bk pg :288.! ::1 20
W F Futch. . .,. /... ... Hot 9 Addition. . . . . 1 (10 JACKSONVILLE; FLORIDA
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'... Morrow's .
Pace & Doyle ... . lot 2 blk 0. ?. : .. . : . r. 320'M
GOLDSMITH, Goldsmith . ... .. n% lot B block 6. ... .. . . . .. .. 3 20 Iii'8eo 83. township 218. lIange 1m east W1WtIla and It" ..ll......
1 Mrs E Lanouette . ..'. .e>$: lot B block 0. ;. ... .. . .,. . 320 '
F W Emerson. ... : .' ... .lotl block 8. ... ,.. . .,.. ... .v' .. 3 8.& C II Watllon.... . .. se nor block 1 Rloe's U addltl&" .. . . ONE The, Largest and Most Cot'., '
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW W, SO Vanlandlngham. .. lot 3 ", 0. . ... . .. ; e. .. ; 800H II Rlce,4. .. . .. west '4 "" 1 U II . :. .. 19 South.
D . . .. 1 28/
L 1 .
Lorkard Establishment l
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t. n oo plate .
J lot 7 0. ..'.. . .'. ... ,4 BoFIa.EaetCoaetRyCo..lot8 "
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'j> '' .... .'..', 640 Wm Smith .,. . . r" aU 2 : : . . 1 02 '
wills Florida. 9/0.. ? I. H Prl'e. . . ". . all .. 3 II U . . . 224: & S. HACKER & SON \
GEO
Mrs1'llE Paddison..lotl1 0. . . ..,. .. \ .. .. 1600 E II Rice..all "61 U .. . . 186' ,
Fla East Coast Ry Co.iota Jl, 12 block: 10 ., ;. (. : ,.. ., ... .-. 0 60 4.1'1 "
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Gardner & Newberger... lot 4 It . .. . . . 266'Mrl II II 60
T D. L. DODfcON, T W Smith . ... .. lot B 11 . . ; ,,. . ., 09 BGHolton Bowel! 'I.Uus. ,, .. !oJ' ..J J., ny 61 7 6 II I' .. .. .. .. .. .. ..' 1 128 "I
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John .. ... lots ,
& Foy 11..4..J. lIamberg.. 61 . 01
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Simon 7"
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DENTIST. .> ,: lot 1 12./ . .. U 'T U ... . . ... '10 tr "
Theodore Titus .. .. lot 1 block 13 .\ ., : .,,, ... .'. . ... 256 Ell Bloe..I..w 61 U. 19 ., iffm
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Office over postoffice.CSVILLE Theodore Titus ..*. . lot 2" 14 ,. I . .. .. . . .... .... 1 60TheodoreTtuq..a It HRice. .. .. ... partof 00
'_ I. ,. ( -..Jk., lot 8" 14.". . ... . . ... . .. 1 60B' Simon llambl"rg. . . part of"61 0 : .addition 26 \( \
ly .,' L-Wi1ls: :,. :.. .. ..*. .". :.lotl" 141. oj. . ., ... ,r. . 040 E II Rice. .. ... ., all of 10 (axo Flood.")Rloe'a U 0(1 \.
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FLCJ; IDA. John Foy. /, > .".'.,:.. .t.. lots 4, 6,6 block 18 ... . . .. ,8, 00 1I0wel1 Titus.' .. .. .. l00-ft iq In block 11 61 9(1( 'Kto
E II Rice. . all blk 11 Titus'
M E Tltus.. ... .... v .*. ..lot 9 16. . . .; .. .. .. 00 .v. .." oj.4 (exo )) .It 82 : :.
Theodore Titus..l tI2 Itt. .... .,. . .:. 128 :KUIUce .... : . : ;. ; .allblkia: rir)
L. GAULDEN
Fla East Coast des In deed bk S 23rt.( . 0 40 ;
Co. lot j.
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Theodore Titus .. ,. .. lot 3 17 . .. . . .;.f. .. 128 Ry \ page t ,.
S ATTORNET-AT-LAW- T E Hall. ..- . .. . .lotB ]7. . . .-. . .. .. .. 6 40 In Sec. 31, township 21 8, range 85 east. \j\
IIIII > . . .. 18.,0", 128 .
lots
Titus. _
ME :
lot 13 80 '
addition. .
Cotoman's ,
of B blk B
JP Turner..
i practice In all the Conrts of the State M B Titus . ... .. ... .lot9 M 18.-,.. . .. . ...... ., 128 ,. . . s part 1 02 .'.
lorlda and the United State Court.. ''C A II Owens ..... ... .lots ". 10.... .. . . .. 128 J P Turner.. . ... . I:,.;. lots 4, B, 61 C 0'" 1l8: MANUFACTURERS OF ,1, .
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Unknown .. :. .. lot ,
.O.Box,235. TTTUSVUXE, FLA. .. 04 '
EUafale.Gory..l.s34lotl0 block 10. .. . ... :.. f? 61 1 1)2 !
J P Turner. . . . lots 0'
to Loan. 18 .. . ., ,. 9tt 7,9,0 Blinds ;
Money Howell Titus . . .lotll 10 .% 13 0'" "o 1'28MreME'Titusn'4block Doors Sash
J PTurner. . . lots 12 and
Fla East Coast Ry Co lota 20. . .-. ... .. ..., ,., 112 f I"' Titus' addition . . : 1 00 .

)OPE & CAMPBELL, ., 't Fla East-Coast.Ky', Co. ,r.,. lot 4 "" 20,1 . .'. 1 '28 Howell 'I'ltu" ,.. . . eS6 1" . . . 1 00 Moulding & Building Material., .1
; ...t..Mot: B 20. .: ..: . . . .. 64 .
MaryE Key. j. '; Theodore Titus, . ..., all block u . . .r. :320AnnieBTitus .
.a Via East Coast Ry Co../.,, lot 8 20,1.t .. 112 . . ... all 3" . . .. 3 20 A Warerooms King opposite
/ .. 0* 20. .. . .. . ., 04 soY v Offloe
ATTORNEYSATLAW,1) Peter Duff. .. ,,... ,, /? lot 'M. ..... . lot 1 4 .. .. . to 1 :28 "
I .. -: Mrs. O Welser.;. ...... >. .-.'.. lots 20. . . . . .: ... 64 LbnnieirBowman.lots. 4,5bik41'itut'addition' .'. . . : :256 Cannon Street.Charleston I
I Fla East Coast By Co..lots 1, 2,3.} block 21. . ... . . 10 20 . . .. 900
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W R Wolf. . . .. . lots 8,9, S. C. '
ksonrllle "Florida. Co. ... lot 6 & elot 7 block 21. . . .. .U. 8 00FlaEastCoast'RyCo..lot9 .
Fla East Coast Ry W II Myers. . . .. lot B 0'' . . .,. 82 ,
21. . .. . . 480 PeterDulf..allblook7 u . . . a ;20
, EORGE W. ALLEN W R Wolfe .... .,. .. .10ts2and3. to 22. .. .. ;. .... 128 Annette Cleveland. ... lot 1 blk S 't . . . 1 28 Cord and
Unknown. . ... ... .. lot4 22..r. : ... . 128 L B Blgelow . . ,. lots. 2, 3, 4, blk 8 Titus' addition. . 3 :SO Sash Weights,
Unknown.. . ... .. . .loth 22. .... .... :, :. . 128 L D Bigelow.. . ... .. lots ll ATTORNET-AT-LAW, Ella I'll Harria . : ... lot 6 22. . .. . . 480 *. B Bigelow. . ". . lot 10 blk 8 u. . . \HIW Hardware. ;
Poyntz & Nolle. . all block 23. .; .. .. ,.. ... ,. .; t. .. 5 12 W all blks 1,2.8, 4 w>i of blk 7 of Carpen

.Vest, Florida. Howell'r'itua..lot 2 block: 25. ... .. . . ;. .. .. ... 64 ter's addition . . .,. . . . 11 20
It C Borimgeour. ... ... 19t 8" 25. . .. . .... . ,. ... ? 32 Window and Fancy Class
Will practice In the' United' Statesd R C Borimgeour. ... . lot 6 K 26. .. . .. .. .. .., ... I'" 32 ,
| State Courts. .Ojun05 Sallie Yard. .. ... . lot7 2G. .. . ... . .. .. . 64 A SPECIALTY

James Byrd.. .. .. . lots 8,0,10,11,12bIk 25. .; . . 3 20 "OUTDOORS," th. New Sporting Magazine. "
R. F. Unknown. .. .... . lot 26. ... .. ... .. .. 64 FISHING Invaluable to the salt water fisherman the fresh water fisher. O VIAMS*
H. HOUGHTON, Unknown. .., ...... . lot 2 26. ... .. ... . 64 man the grouse quail, snipe, woodooorc and bar shooter, the XPBNIBNOI.
C II Watson. .. .. ".' lot 3 2tJ.... .. . . .. 64 bnyblrd and wild fowl gunner the big game hunter, the tourist
B W Nlchola .. . . dots" and 5 26. . .. . ; 1 28 wheelman photographer, boatman and naturalist. Price lOots.
DENTIST. Peter Duff.. .. . .. .. . lot 1 block 28. ..... .. ,. .; .. ,. 64 Subscription $1.00 per year. Write for sample copy.
Theodore .Ti tus.... .... . lot 3 28. .. ... ... . . ; .. 64 LOUTREL LUCAS, Editor and Proprietor,
Bjtona, -.. Florida. Peter Duff.. ... :. .. / lot 4 28. ..... . . .. .. .. 64 R SORTS GEO.. No. 1 Madison Are., New York, N. Y.
B & S Adame. .,. . .lot 6 28.-. .. .. .. .. . .. 32 4 r
OALPH E. SMITH Peter Duff. .. .. ... .... lot 6 : 28./ ... ... .... ,. .. . 64 TAO
... Peter Duff. .,,:. . . lot 8 28.. .. .. .. . ". ... .. .. 64 Oaay.totns R.IOMaMARK'f*
Peter Dutr.. .. . . .. lot 10 ." 28.. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .; 64 ._..
PHYSICIAN, Theodore Titus. . . .. lot loth 28. ...... . . .....1. :. 64 One Man Can Run This Steamboat. .ul.klr.aw&aSHI3S3saffS&AaraM..at".. I atet.jf"11.and.......aMetpelfe.- r., K,4'

Unknown. ... ....... '.' .loti 29..1.x.; ... .. .. 64 ? &&
NFOBD J Ft-OBIDA. Jno B8hufelt.. .. .. ... lot 2 20.... . .. .. . .:. .i 64 ', 'r
Unknown .. ...... . .lots 29. ... .. .. .: .. . .I. .. .. 64 c .ssffiSaS??:.$ "....a. ateea eo.M :
29.... ..,. . . 64 .
I'll E Titus.... ., ., .. .lots 7.8D.I0. blk ; O
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O. FRIES, C. E. I'll E 'l.ltus. ... . .. ... Iota I, 2. 3. 30. . :... .' . . 48 I CXIo. 80IENTIFIO AMERICAN, ,
Peter Duff .. . .. .. lots 4,6. ". 30. .. ,.. . . . 32 U. ........ltallJ' II nMraL. 1.. ....,... e1051115410 n f1f lit,
...... 11.00 i
COUNTY SURVEYOR: Theodore Titus. . . lot 8 ", 3O. .,. .. .. . .. ... 16 = I'lo.-.t.: b.- ap.d..e. ,ieceie.opl..nA v..d1tU ,k
Pierre Titus ..... .. .10t 7 '' 30. . . .'. :. . .... 26 2 f Jo : : AT.eT$ M.., .. AddIMI ,
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Land legallyurveyed and sub-divided. Theodore Titus. ... .-. . lotS 80. .; . . . . 16 MUNN A CO. A
I lapping neatly done. Estimates for Howell Titus. .. . .... lot 9 30. . . . . ... 82: 11;) I :I.. Nr.adwar. llpw 4.k.t .

II Theodore Titua. .. .. lots l0 and Ii : !301. .. . ; . '''. 32 -f E:
1 kinds of engineering works. DIluted Pierre Titus. ... ... . .. lot 12 30. . '.' .. . . '.' .22 r .-
I lines a Theodore'fltus. . . lots l and 2 .'"' 81. .s ... .. . .t":. 32 p
specjalty.rTrayILLE Peter Duft. ... .... . .. lots 3. 4. 5 81... ,. .. .. .". . ... .. 48 2rt TIlTAMPS TWHY NQT HAVE YWJ,
Br vard Co., .. FLORIDA. Theodore Titua . ... .lots 6 and 7 31.. .. .. . :r.: . ; 32 ::s W ,HK ,ilUNf, BS QUICKEALS

ME Titus.... .... . :. lot 8 31 ... ..;. .. ... . .f 16 C .
Howell Titus.* .. lotsOandiOPierre 31, ... . . . 38 ..I! -- .-- +h a + r'wmuM '
.an.1i'ed.-.A 1Yan.: Titus ... : . . lot 11 31.1. 32 1 --_... "" InS I I- .'\
HowellTHus. Iotl2 ". 31 .... . .. .. ... .d. 26 ------- .. .1.I"

I In every section at once to sell staple Theodore Titus . . lots 1, 2, 3, !' 3'J. .. ...-. .. .. 48 : ,,.,",
loods to dealers no peddling; experience Davis. lot 4 32: . .,. .... . ... 32 MACIIIHKRT HANDLKM MUm PILOT IIOt/HK., 1/.1$
Innecessary; beet sid line. $75.00 aoath. J Peter D .' lot B 32. . .. .. '"; ., 26 Tbl itMmtmat.', ..I* 17.h.".... lane.. 914 oitliln.rc.twam.flx14 feat-ft.,depth wltl II"of-f hold.. h..I..m.| draw U: Two Jncb*folilInK,.of water beds and and o THE-SO1 ; I,

Salary and expenses or large II B Archibald I lot 6 32: :. ,..... . ...: . 32 .will.11..11.run eight$.-,.. Can,11. *an oouinin' ..*usa.. sir or.llCh\, .........".....lIy. fiiirn llb.r wont or _I. amiable \\
ommlwion made. Address, with 2 cent .. lot 7 31.: .. .. .. .. .. ... ..... 19 for plMuure pur........or Hfbt lreta-he..r liiK bnat ".... We will UupllcaM, for 'I- OV, or
tamp for sealed particulars Clifton Soap Peter HCCampbell. lots 82...P. . . .v. ... .. 32: will alter t 0.ult condition*, prl...* from ''''MI.OO to HfK" m'Al}

fad Manufacturing Company Clncln- lot I 9 3'J. . .., .... .. ..'. :. 32: ...aSILr"tIllVIIIJlfIi E.HOIMKEItllfO: CO.. "h .. "
aU, Ohio., Peter Unknown.Duff. ..... lot 10 32..i: : : 19 IM A 140 Feet B7 St.,........ntlU, Fir Jn.-re.!: Contractor, .... Wanted-An Idea rWMll.s J

C J liwtor. . .. lot 10 Robbins. & Graham addition. . 06 'I n Jn.' ...... *. ...
. . lot 17" .0 . 4 80 pd... WIIIID..unl.. 00. .-. .,- Q Qy
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:'II! E Webber .. ... ,... ....1. .1 _.... 'It
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Unknown ".. .. ...,. . lot 26" 00 a Mil eC ... It....... .....1JuINi ........ '
James Pain .. .... . lot 28 Y Y 3 SO Traveling... l's
J T & K W Ry Co. . : lot ISIS II ; 1 60'J NTED-J'A.ITIII't1L MEW OB ","'fl\;'
dealers T A K W BT Co.! ...;.... lots 37 and 38 Bobbin. A: Graham addition 3 2O women to travel for responsibleestablished
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Leading Mn L' B Bigelow..... . lots 46 and 47" ". 6 40 West Northwest nous. In Florida. Salary78O r. :
or
everywhere sell Delia part of nw :( of nwtf des in deed bkpage S Any oint and I"olitlea permanent. tpJ
----. -- $ ezpen.s.
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.77... . ; EDolaelfadd tl \ ,
. ... . lot 1 Joy nervine..... 6 40 Reference. w4
Schults The National Star
i FERRY'S SEE San..Yk Elmer .. . ..or partof . .. ,. . . 1 28 G'V:1a: : l.-tlcvn.tA: to: stamped envelop Bid \ *Chicago' Jan29,07, ;
Unknown.
dpYa11. A J Hlp ard. . . . n" lot 14 .. . .. .'.. .. 1 28 Insurance ;jf
ti.ier.f..tie... e.otub.r..I.b..e ee.q..t.Y Mrs L B Bigelow. . . lot 60 Robbins & Graham tdditlon.,1. 3 20 asb.: v3.J.J.e Oe%:).'te.1.aJ.: : 4".
.er.R.bl..d.'jb.w.e.S q I of eh..y IUw.l..w eatate. .. . lot 41 Rerdeir .ddltlon. ../. .... .. :. 64 No Cure-No lay to'Y
rtaar'e ; B Young.
dosot.. peeawb.a.ta..t . lot 42 Rerdeiraddition.. :. . .. 64 sell tvi'Grove's
the b. : Unknown, ... ... That Is the way all druggist
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W.orw.0.M. SFTratlsH ......... . . lot 43'. ,.. ... ...::. ..... 64 Buy Your Ticket. via Tasteless Chili Tonlo for chills f
rRRY a MI.n e0.., F .i . ... lot 44& "' II ... .. . .. ...... 1 13 and malaria. It Is simply Iron and nui- 0 r, Y
O.troR. Gray Demlng . lot 40 II II ... ..... .... ..... :2 M' :ROUTE nine In a tasteless form. Children Joy.It. .

Geo Unknown ... ... .. . Iot52 II .... .. .....t.; 320 TIFTON Adolts prefer II to bitter nauseating .,
.. ....... ... . lot63 .,. .'. . ... 0fl Trains. All tonics. Price, COe. ;
Unknown Dally Through correspondents 'i'
J; Gard. . lot 114" . : .. . ..r 4.80 Double answered and sleeping .
Sallie car
. . . . lot 59 II ... ........ ... ... .. '128 11 be to met AGENTS-$:23 to ,5O per week eMS"I' I
8 HRayUnknown .... glad pacsencceraat : f'
... ... ....... \ 128 berth .prom.tp or .
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1. !lgf.l ... . . Jacksonville or office 324 West You work right around bora A brand
..1ot64 16 .: ......... ... ... 128 depot In my t
Unknown.. .... . me ft Line." now thing. .Write to ns quick 'Tfom. ,
.r.4 Unknown ... . i5S" II Y ....y.:;.... ...... 06 er'h'eot. "Drop GEOIYVJ will ba surprised at how e..II7I' can b.. a w
Archibald el al. . ... ,..... ..;.0.... 64 WALTER HAWKINS, don. Send n* address, anywayfi,
; H B jot j .. .... 128 ri*. Pas*. Agt.,' your
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71 72 1 7fl7i 78. 70 80 81, 82, J. C. HAILS:, "
DOne .. HaL .es Mrs L B Bigelow. ... ... !lots 73 I Write tXMlay. Address .People...
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: 189. 1014.304i06 .. 3Q..l. Market r fit., Pbliadel\aJa, Pa."
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+ A.. r INDIAN; RIVER' ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 3,- 1897.I ;

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HIHOIAH RIVER ADYOCATE. +- THE 'HY CINTH NUISANCE... F. II. Boughton, has been resident of Miami. Williams & Co.
Daytona and the:East Coast for several E..B. .
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and has gained the respect and
_. ut W..[LT JOCBMAL DBTOTBD TO 1'8. DBTB10PMST /- Tke necessity of some steps' be- confidence of our people by his uniform J. C. Lanier Is off to the Florida Keys *
or TUB INDIAN BITBB, LABBWOBTB ing taken ,to eradicate the water and courteous bearing and upright deal. on a pleasure trip for a week. ? Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants

AND BITCATMB ATtBOTIOKI.PUBLISHED hyacinths, tbe dense growth of IDg.. I Mr. and Mr Louis Wolfe have moved ,,,
r--- The vice-president, :Mr. C. II. Walton,
Into their new house on Twelfth Street. 66 South Broad St., ATLANTA
which is the' St. CA.
entirely blocking .
BYBY FRIDAY. of Titusvllle, Is well known by many ol
Johns riverand making that stream our cltl/ens as the editor and.proprietor Mrs. Gordon R. Broome has been quite Foreign and Domef tie
f CRAm H. WALTON, Edlonr&Proprietor. innavigable, has called together a of the INDIAN KIVKU ADVOCATE, prob- til the past week but is slowly recovering WI, Fruit .

i meeting of steamboat men to try ably which has the largest circulation of David E. Mooney, of Lemon City, was -
' ,i any paper on the East Coast, and last week. VEGETABLES v FKUITS:
MEMBER OF and discover some -ai heme by amongst his many friend he is known In town on business;one day

THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, which the pest cap be removed. [OS a successful, energetic journalist. Dr. J. S. Bask In will leave In a few String Cauliflower.; Beans. Oranges Bananas,

AFFILIATED: WITH TUB Numerous suggestions have been Chas. K. Weller, the editor, has lived days for a vacation of several weeks. Okra-Celery. Grape Fruit, ,
made the' ". In Daytona for over a year and his actionsare efficient has
EditorialAuociation. : "red-eplder 'cure a Dr. Chafer, our dentist Cucumbers. Lemons,
;+ National known to all; any further in his be- been the effects of a large Limes .
.. cure suggested by Prof. Webber, half would be considered suffering from Tomatoes., ,
I egotistical. boll under his Beets, Cabbage Peaches
arm. ,
t DlBOontlnuanoe' of advtu.-mimt' bo made perk who has cb'arge of the government Pineapples'
'onally at this' office or by writing. experiment station at Eustis-: ;; the Electric For R. S. Nelson, the furniture man, has New Squash Potatoes, Strawberries,
Lights Daytona. ,
Just received a large, new stock of ma.ttlngs -
professor states that this insect i ia is Egg Plant, Grapes,
CUARLKH book-cases etc. .
Check etc.,mar be made payable to ,
16 '$. WA'LTOH,publisher and proprietor, natural enemy of the hyacinth, DAYTONA, Sept. I, 1807. Asparagus. tKKFERKNO .Cocoanuts.
L. Patterson has returned from his ..
S.
ERI-Thlrd National Oa.
and would undoubtedly kill, it out : Bank Atlanta ; nee. E.Johnson Canrly
Editor Indian River Advocate: trip to Tallahassee, much refreshed from Ga.) Armour Packing Co.,Atlanta, Oa; Geo.M.Taylor, W.a.Duncan life Co.) Atlanta Mfg,be
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A"dteu all communications to in:time ; moreover, he is of opinionthat his two weeks' outing at the capitol.
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, the Insect would die out with Dear Sir-It,was with much plensure .
k .'. of read Mrs. James T. Sanders, who has been -
Trraevf .LE, FLORIDA.ENGLAND many our residents your editorial
M F .. .. ... .... .. the plant and would blot as has
Get, -- -- --- -- -- ..- upon the abovo subject In a former edition quite 111 during the past month, left SAVE MONEY And Boy From -1ddd
I II been thought, continue! its depredations of the pink paper. Tile stand you Monday morning, for A short trip to the .. {
appears to ,be on the upon other plants after it took In th.a matter was the right one, Indian Rivet section.A .

, + verge of a second mutiny among bad destroyed the supply of and the publication- the letter to Dr. large number of the young men of :r 4IMtES: :::6. :eO-C-es
noughton-touching the Injurious last week and
her Indian subjects. It is to be hyacinths. The "boom cure," upon the city met one night ,
sug-
effect of electric lights upon plant life- cornet band. The boys will .
organized a
that the disaffection will be
hoped gested by Capt. C. Garner, is to Is idea the '
just my of question at Issue. soon be ready for business
stamped out before a repetition of have a double boom in tbe shape By all means let us have electric lights.We Clarence Phillips, who is preparing his Grain Hay Feed; Garden &Seeds Flour

the horrors.of _the last one takes of a V, made of logs; the logs .tol are pleased to note that you have Lemon City land for truck raising the Grits,

se place, and we have no doubt it will.I overlap on the downward side ,oftlfe become Identified with our' beautiful coming season, was in town last Saturday J
little pity, and we hope to give tbe Dally .
'
shaking bands with his many Meal and Cotton Seed Meal
the river, so as to prevent catch- Daytonlan our hearty support,'so that it .
i THE proprietor of ADVOCATE ing the hyacinths ; the logs would may lIon become what the ADVOCATE friends. t
t' a has branched out Into other Journalistic extend out on either side of the Is-a grand success. Dr. Mills Fowler, 'a prominent physician Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to man
located a
", fields being one of the' new''. river to within 100 feet .of the Hoping Daytona will soon have electric In the of practice Chicago of, Is medicine In permanently Miami. lie beast.. Only sell for'cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations.
and with best
1 lights, wishes for the
proprietors of the Dally Daytonlan centre: allowing room for steamersto continued success of the INDIAN RIVER has his office at present. In the Hotel Office: 124W. Bay street. 'JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

a bright; and newsy daily publishedat pass between ; the, logs wouldbe ADVOCATE. and Dally Daytonlan, Miami. .
the thriving and picturesqueburg anchored by means of piles and I am, yours truly, Forrest Lake, the popular manager of ----

of Daytona. Jt would be in it was thought that the lighthouse A ilKKCUANT., the Miami Ice Co., has been seriously P. E. McMURRAY
ill for the past week, but Is rapidly regaining Carriage and
order for Titusville fall into line ,
to board could be (Induced to have
under the efficient
Narrows Library Association. his health, ,
and bring out a daily sheet in the lights placed upon them, so- as not care of Dr. Sames M. Jackson, Jr. &' Wagon

interests of Brevard county, if it. to interfere with navigation at -' J. DT.'Woodall, the yard master of theF. BAKER
''could get sufficient backing. Saturday was a red-letter day at the E. C. R'y. Co., is contemplating a tripto Mat
night. Capt. Garner's idea i is that
: hall_ of the above-named association._ For Atlanta In few He Intends to
days.
4t the booms will the '' u a Dealers in
prevent hya almost three years all Interest in the ,
remain in that city about a month and .
,! THE SEMINOLE INDIANS.We cloths floating back on the tide. library was dead-all the books boxed will bring his wife and children back --- ,

'. -- when once they have gone down, and ,stored at Woodley-and of the original with him.EDgineer. Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts, etc.,ett.

reprinted' I in our last issue's and that when they reach salt Miss Elmira members Michael, only Miss and Meda'W.I Michael>. Keefer, Amason, who was seriouslyhurt Main and Church Sts.,> JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

communication/ to the St. Augustine water they will either die out or be remained.: In July a call was Issued for in the late railroad accident at

Herald, urging the necessity carried out to sea ; then, tbe most preliminary 'meeting, with a view to. "Saw Grass," on the F. E. C. R'y., has,
returned to the 'city /after quite an absence -
reorganize,; How well the Idea was received -
making over to the Seminole,Indiana recent suggestion-is the building ofa In the community manifested in St. Augustine, to-which place' The NewSelden

lands to be used as their own canal to let salt water int.othe at the regular meeting last.Saturday, he went for the purpose of being treatedIn .

exclusive settlements. It certainly St. Johns river, to which the chief when .Orchid, Enos, Woodley and Wa- the hospital in that city. Mr. Ama-
is nothing but just that the Indians objection seems to be that a canal basso were represented In'the noble son is still very weak from the effects of
the accident and It will take time Door
some
cause. Fhoenix-like, the society has Cypress Company
should be supplied with sufficient constructed as suggested would
.1 arisen, and again stands as the pride of; before he fully) regains. bisformer ,good
territory to satisfy their presentand probably let.the water out of St. the Indian River Narrows. f health. ,

future needs.; It makes no Johns river instead of letting in The following officers were elected: .
,difference whether they are looked tbe salt water ? It seems to us, W. L. Keefer, president; Frank Forater, The Daily Daytonian.,' :P.E1L. ITKA, zwr..A.: .,

upon as being lower in the scale of too, that it would be very doubtful vice-president; Elmira Michael, secty.; From' the Florida-Citizen.- Opened October 1st, 1800, turned the steam on to
Josie F. Pains treasurer and J. Dodge
,
humanity' than ourselves, and if.sufficient salt water could be let librarian. ; 'One of and Door
ar.j Much interest has been manifested the Largest Best Equipped Sash Blin
therefore in in "make ,
unworthy of notice, theyare.nevettheless any case, to' an appreciable amongst Daytona people, especially the ,

human and have difference to this remarkably Sale Orange troveand business men, in the change of ownership and General Wood Working Plants in the United States
'certain rights' which. ought to be prolific plant. iLaml., of tbe Dally Daytonlan. ExceptingC. ,
K. Weller, editor and manager'all of .
observed. Lands should be Cannot chemical science
set come the' former stockholders have been And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of apart for their exclusive, use, and to the rescue in this crisis and The Castellucia place south ol the bought out, and a organization effected years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the botl
the latter days of this fast decay suggest remedy which will des Ilau lover Canal, Indian River, and formerly ,, with Dr. F, H. Houghton as possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will covel
ing' race should be accorded at troy the vegetable product with- owned by the Duchess of Castel president, and Chas. H.,Walton as vice' Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings: Frames, Hot-house :Materials, Tanks, Glasi, eltl
lucia, which O. D.'Flood had sold under president. A change has also been madeIn
least this measure of justice. The out proving hurtful to other living
.
lien
proceedings and which was bid in the paper Itself. During flve'davs of
.:Janus which, they now 'occupy organisms with which it come him sold '
may by has been privately to Capt.A. the week it will appear as a five-column
should be deeded to them without in contact' ? We only offer this as T. Feaster and others. This place has sheet, with reading matter on each page; !

delay, td prevent the possibility of a, possible opening for a solution ofa been considerably set back by the freeze and on Saturdays Its size will be MIAMI, -
their being crowded off the face of question which has become a vital and subsequent neglect,but having come doubled. It is proposed to make the
Into the hands of
our energetic county
the business men's
the earth, and to,, establish an incontrovertible one with those who are in any way treasurer, it will soon begin to "blossomlike and Daytonlan, with such men as Dr. Houghtonand paper;

recognition of their. interested in the destruction of the rose." Capt.Feaster expects to Mr. Walton (of the INDIAN KrvtiR

.l legal,rights to occupy the same. this pestiferous though beautiful plant out several acres in tobacco, for ADVOCATE, Titusvllle,) at its head, we Town Lots Now on Sal
which purpose he says the land is -admirably look assured.
its success as
We do not know whether the Indian plant. Botany,common sense, and adapted. may upon

ly l ia of a particularly sensitive engineering have been called upon Teachers Examination.'The .

nature, but if he Is, it must be for a solution, why not call in the .
Educate Your llowvU With General l For
rather,, galling to feel that he i is aid of chemistry ? I Cathartic, cure constipation forevei regular state teachers' uniform A. E. KINGSLEY Agent
only permitted to live on suffer., lOo,gfio. If 0.O.O.fall,drugKlam refund money. examination for Brevard County will beheld ,

anee, and that at any time he may A NEW VENTURE. In schoolhouse Tuesday No., Sept.2, Titusvllle 7th-at ,8:30a. beginning Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle]
be [Remember the ADVOCATE, Titusville
crowded out of existence alto Examinees will
m. come prepared
.kinds
does all of job printing. Give
gether. Saturday's Daily Daytonlan, published with pens, ink and legal cap paper, ando
,4 us a share of work.]
.' at the live, picturesque and /go-ahead your pay a fee of $1.00. CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn
.t\ TO NOMINATE MUNICIPAL town of Daytona, Bays: With this after.
noon's Issue the Dally Daytonlan appears TOBACCO SEED TO BE GIVEN Best Ink, all parts of the Town. Carefully Selected!
OFFICERS. under its new management, and extends Away to any person who'will plant It
a warm greeting/ to its many readers and in Brevard county. Call at the ADVo- Black or red, one pint, postpaid, 10 Fruit and Vegetable Lands.on
It has been 'suggested, in enterprising advertisers who have bestowed CATS office, Titusvllle, and get some. cents. W. P. UNDERWOOD
that some their patronage upon It and Or, send stamp to pay postage. Roseland, Fla.FERTILIZERS. Miami: Ifciverand Bay ,Biscnyne.
quarters, a mass meeting of reaped the many benefits derived there-
the citizens of tbe town should be from. Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers. '

called to nominate the officials to In taking control of the paper It should Main ;Ofce Hotel Miami = MIAMI FLORID!
-
I! whose hands the municipal government be understood that, we appreciate the ,
obligation that we take ourselves
K upon
shall be entrusted during the to furnish tbe
people of Daytona and -
.
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coming year. In some respects Volusla county a thoroughly up-to-date

this plan would be eminently satisfactory non-political dally record of local, state, CHAS. N. WELSHANS
and national affairs.' In bidding the I ,
especially in the case of management farewell we do not consider past 1 When you.are In the market write for Information regardingour
mayor and aldermen, for which it *
our duty to criticize Its shortcomings; --?
( office there seems to be a decided suffice ta eau that It was all, and more,
inclination to than Its could CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTEHJ
hold alo&f. Cer- patrons expect with the
b C.oraa.plet fertilizersVegetable : : ,
,
:: : :
n C u-ftainly: ?: ) these are, not'enviable poaiUont limited capital at Its command, and we ; : :-: .
feel that
our citizens appreciate this fact
<, ; It II Impossible to please There'ie such ## HAIR AND LATH. *#
t a thing as the word
..l fruit and vine, orange tree manure, blood, bone, ,
everybody, ,and a. considerable "better, and this we propose to make .
amount of opposition baa to be endured the paper with the aRslstance of our pa- and potash, and other brands., J State Agent L. & 'Paints and' Oils.
.. what trons and friends It is, ard will be, M.
I ; pleases one'sectlon of our desire to make The Daytonlan a The Armour Fertil Wolf ks '
x the community ia entirely opposedto thoroughly local paper in every sense, of er : Old 'Phone 8. ?, ))0( 13 IIogansmet

the wishes and Ideas of another, the word, reporting In an accurate, in
e. and the mayor> and council that teresting and: Impartial manner the daily Chicago JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

cat. san between .the Scylla and doings of our lovely city. Daytona shall .
be our watchword and It will be -
t, ,Charybdis of.,diverse opinions l ia a effort to assist in the up-building of,our the Where' these fertilizers are made, having unlimited sources DR.. C. F. HOUSTON
{ \i. fortunate one. A citizens' meet- "Fountain City" of the Halifax. News % from which to draw their supplies, 'use nothing but the ,
'3''lIg, moreover, would do with advantageous to her Interests shall have very
away best materials and there are no 'goods'made better than
the tiresome necessity of getting first place In her columns, and wherever COMPLETE FERTILIZERS. We our DEiJM'T.AL:: p.:: =.oRss.
The Daytonlan goes Its advantages and solicit your orders. .
gam signatures to petitions, to lay' before benefits will be proclaimed, with the Mr. E pOt
the County Commissioners knowledge of Its many advantages" and : ARMOUR & COMPANY Established 1884. )o( Cor. Bay and Laura Sta., over

No one wants to be bothered witheverlastingly confidence In Its future, it' will not be ,
odious.to perform the task. In public JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .. I
signing petitions;
t5 is it a particularly pleasing task por affairs we will give praise where praise Jacksonville Fla. For the next 30 days prices win be as follows: Gold Fillings, '1. 1 ;;
for the Is due, and those entitled to commendation Plastic Fillings" ,'60o. to $1; Alloy Fillings $1 to '1.60; Plates, $5 to |3; Fallb
l candidates themselves to ,our hearty support Our columns (very best), ftl) to $10. Extracting: free, by a painless method, where platAilGIIJmade.
( carry them around to obtain thenecessary am open for the publication of all communications First-class operators and polite attendant Gold and Continuous
number of signatures of public Interest. We will Seta of Teeth made and repaired.' *
I 1 The Premier
Flour
keep It so pure and clean that every of America.
I especially as the operation ia noth member of the family can read It without
lag more than a mere formality regret.

which might' just as. well be Daytona has been blessed beyond its S :eElt:.. :e OS..,
sister cities In that "hard times'* has had
..emltted.There will be three Unexcelled
vacancies Biscuit .
little sway within Its limits, but we see SS.5
on the Board of aldermen t
In the near future the train prosperity x

in October, which no one seems advancing/ toward Daytona; this Is ac 1 iJli sn I Wholesale and Retail'Dealer W '
anxious to fill ; the present officers knowledged by the most pessimistic

have announced their intentionnot among us. Feeling assured of this fact, For f&if l' nlBiBsssI and
will
we speak with confidence of Day-
to, become candidates HARNESS
again, tona's future With this as our standardwe j KATUNT'*' VEHICLES ;,
y and some one. has got to be found ask the hearty support.of the business SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBF ,

who Js willing to fill each place, as men of our city. Under the new '

well as the thankless position of management all contracts made with, Bread Pastry Y And Bicycles.
the former management will be carried .
Mayor; therefqre, it would be well out to the letter, and we will consider irk

for the cltln .\\to.declde for them a favor If our advertisers will Inform us it. Largest Stock and Lowest Prices in the south

elves who are' beet fitted to fill If thlr contracts are being carried according '

.)Jbese vacancies.' .' The new to agreement president and treasurer, Dr. Represented bj F. M. BURST, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ;# Correspondence" solicited.,JACKSONVILLE Agents for,Victor FLORIDA., Barnet and Carlisle: W


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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE,SEPTEMBER 3, 1897. .. 6 ..

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e."....*.r.. Melbourne. '
naIk.j wkslU_sae...k..... -
FERTILIZERS I
GooDB & OOODE.-Bea1 XsUto mud Loan >I
Agent! for ACtna. London. and Liverpool andattention :

lit deote. paaiidetq wet.latorasu. Insuranos.. ol noa Special,real- s .



HOTEL CARLETON MELBOURNE. FLA.- [ :

Beautifully situated on a high bluff. overlooking SiHCLkTi&flIQ7IS

the,and Indian ratm River.......$.,o..ble.Flnlkllwoa. aocommodatlons : : a
Jtllb E'. ROB TSON. Proprietor. ; :i

WHEN YOU 00 TO MELBOURNE cull at the s ,
Bazaar,Mrs.Chat! J. F.Campbell & Co.) Mil H I I F '

made llnery and Notions woven Underwear Dry Goal,,Ferric Ijwlive'Renowned ready- ..Fi.D..sappls $o Cf Gro-ovvsrs.. [

corsot,et<:J.,embroidery and colored eilka.
KIHG souvenir spoons,Stationery,etc. ,
.4.11 .&rO'U.21d. !'or'tl.1:1.zor.: : :.Iil I H

POWDER ''Joe Chase of Banyan, was in town H' Price $25.OO.GUARANTEED Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to i j
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last 11
Monday, on business.
Absolutely! Pure ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money. !

of John Eau McAllister W; H. II. Gleason, Moisture.............,..............,,...... ...'..... .. ... .......... .. .... ft to 1ft STEAMED BONE: RAW BONE : \*
Gallie were In town last Monday Ammonia. ... ................. ....................... ... .... .. ..,............. B to S III ., w
on business and calling on friends. E-I EqualmSulphateotAmmoa..n...... ... ............. ...........<. 80 t Available l'h.M 'Norio Add. ....... _,.... ...... ..............'..... A to 6
110......"OG( e0W01.00.,HIW YOm Prof. Hopkins and two daughters, the Equaltotone rhonphate of Lime...... 11 to 13 DISSOLVED BONE NITRATE OF SODA : ..f Y

the Misses Jones Sue nnd Sophia the will again occupy 1-oraohIUO" .heteof; ;; 'Pota.li....:::.:::::::..t..9::::: :: :::::::::: ::::::::: :: : to to 10 eI SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS U J; :
cottage coming season. t MagneaiaL4me.&xUSte..........,.... to BUBy .
Jas. Dodge, postmaster of Enos was EH[ j ; : Write for. Special Pamphlet.: TOBACCO DUST COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, P .j' i
Sebastian. in
our town last Saturday evening COTTON SEED HULL ASHES KAINIT AND POTASHES. :
&purchasing Co. supplies of Thomas Chaffee !By: Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low o ;,:

of breezes this week. H prices. <
Geo.. B. Humph Jr., of TltusviIle, wasa '
ullet are very plentiful here now. pleasant visitor here last week. His Please Correspond friends : :
i 1 S. Jacobs of Jacksonville was in many In town are .always, pleased : :
to see him. .
L tt1
Monday. rl Pamphlet. :

|ajor Burkhetm called on our mer- Mrs. N. Carter and charming daughter! '

fcwthis" week. Miss return Susie to Melbourne, write us the that coming they hope winter.to LITTLE BROS.. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO., e i DQ j.

lisa Emily Pitching returned home All will be pleased to see them.

(day front Cocoa'. Tbe Y. P. P. Club was entertained TaCl5ZSOn.T7"lllO' : :E="' or1d.a.: ; J

? A. Hudson Is planting out two last Tuesday evening br. the Misses Allle .
i of St. Lucie grass. and Mollie Nicholson. The next meet' .

,ie Naiad and the Kid were out test- ing will be at the residence of Mrs. P. P. practice by the Indian River planters.I, two daughters the elder of whom Is Mrs.
their speed Sunday. .Powell. This should extend to fruits as John Hiuksy. We shall miss his pleasant G.. G. SPRINGERManufacturer ;
I Alex J. Goode has vegetables. Would it not be well for smile and genial manner
C. Moore and Allen Cain of Rose spent the past weekat
the farmers of the river to hold an Insti-
Seabreeze and Daytona working Miss Maisie Davidson one of our mont
1 were In town Monday. up
tute and consult to the best methods
life and fire as :
insurance. York
He is'tha junior popular young ladles left for Now
[isa Jessie Newlan Is on the sick,list member of the real estate firm of Goode of procedure In everything pertaining to Tuesday ou a visit of several months. Retailer and Shipper Of
week we are sorry to learn. & Goode of this place. their work ? Let;some central point be
chosen and the good work commenced. Mrs. I. M. Anller on's pretty and commodious '
Itnnley Kitcblng and Fritz tight made The Melbourne Times during the absence Eau Gallie would doubtless bo able to residence Is fast nearing com :

Lsiness trip to Roseland Monday. of Its editor Is being well run under entertain such a meeting. pletion. We understand Mrs. Anderson ICE: AND :
In the present management. La8tweek's has already rented furnished.The .
Sunday the 12th Inst., our Ep- The promised prosperity seems to becoming I.t.
Ith League will: hold a temperancetlng. paper was pronounced extra but we attribute It more to the grounds around the beautiful .
good by a large number of Its readers.
return of the steamers to the river than residence of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Blodgott '

lol. Foulks left this week for Vero Cashier E. P.Branch, of the Melbourne to the Hanna-McKlnley administration.Now on Rldgewood are looking fine, and to Distilled r
ere he will take a position at How bank Is one of the most busy men in cannot the powers-that-be be In- see the rapid strides the orange and 1
l's mill. town. This summer our bank has been duced to restore the lighting of the river other trees, shrubs etc., have made In
doing a fine business which proves that lamps and thus aid in restoring what so short a time Is really surprising. I
t>r. Foster boarded the northbound times brighter In this taken ? Ice Chests Freezers
are growing partof was unwisely or unjustly away Midway Refrigerators and
Two colored men were arrested In :
In for to spend a few :
Monday Lotus the world. It never did a government any harm to
suburb, by the town marshal on
Is with Bro. Tresca. be just. A'government that acts In an belonging FACTORIES...... t
Mrs. Kate Gillman, of Youngstown suspicion. A milk-shake apparatus -
|ev. S. F. Gov&will\ hold divine seri Ohio who has spent several winters atHotel unjust manner with its subjects ah how- : to K. C. Lindberg & Co., was Cocoa and West
who
i here next Sunday. Bro. Gove is a } Carleton, writes to say that she ever few excites the concern of found in their possession. There has ,

|d worker 10 let us ell turn out ando hopes soon to be with us again, to spend desire to stand loyal to its best submit Interests.to been a deal of petty larceny of late, and .. ,
The will not always -- ", -- -- -
people -- -- ---
a !Rood congregation.be another season hero Her Melbourne the town authorities will make an ex-
to be getting friends are always pleased to see .her re- even minor wrongs; and such wrongs and ample of the guilty parties when caught .
St. Augustine seems continued lead to dissatisfaction SEEDS SEEDS II For Fall /
Kg share of the freight business here. turn.A the people, few or many, will by and by On Tuesday night the Town Council :
le warehouse at their landing Is piled little bird whispers that one of Mel- resist, and if the numbers become sufficiently held a special meeting to see what could .
I with all kinds of freight this week.he bourne's bright young ladies will be great It Is not only the right but be done toward placing our streets and BKAN8-Ilfiftit| Imp., J,7S per bus i Refugee, 1000 to I, .1111'.r Inn./
all who life liberty and In condition for the winter sea J l'i0F.lwij' *.6011* ,L*' fnu.f, Uolcl..n W is. jll.no: |,iur bu'.( Wur.lwoll'i, .
Epworth League social Friday married to a very,fine young man, who the duty of prize avenues UEK'r-AIi variation,bo. M.IC1cI.| |>,.r ",.mnl .
tlit last well attended. Somey has been seen in town lately but few the pursuit of happiness> to join and demand son. After some discussion the meeting riAHIIAOE-standanlvarietlea I '> W..... \1ft' poiimli florid' Il....il
flue was and recitations knew pf the prize he was about to win. redress. This may cause revolution adjourned until Wednesday evening, to CKLICRV: -Hiwtmi Market,lilunI,1'M.nhall. ,. M xlo.n Solid,Savannah !

Ivered by essays the members. The.were pro- More of this event later, when we can and revolution may cost blood; hut examine' bids for shell and marl sup ITUCIfr-X'iirliMl In if. WhIM riinnn Hliiiimiin., ino./ nee,.tf.iw-wr..."...' Koy.il Ib. Cabbage, Kathy: Prlne Head., \;A .
mme last Sunday was very interest- give fuirdetails of the wedding. Another better revolution and blood than servitude plies. KoHton,Salamander Itnnver. Market, CaliforniaUrvam; lou 010, ". II :\ ,
little bird tells us one of Melbourne's and 'starvation and a death of don 'ino l.noiHir' Ib. .
the ,We learn that a lot hits been purchased' TURNti'S-Whlh.EndHutcl' ",Purple Tim Flat Dutch, White Olnlie, I.I.KIC
Is
young men will bring his bride from the Ignomy. Uncontrolled capital on Beach street, between Magnoliaand t: ) l Hftyen 1'1''Cow horn 110. ..... lau. '( Ib.IIIt.! par lb.
A. Hardee & Go's': fishing fleet Is north soon, to spend some time with his worst of tyrants and resistance of tyrants Volusia avenues, by O. II. Williams, nUTA IA( A-Improved Amerlnall.lIIt.oi./laa'K-lb'; / .,San per i Ih
krly all this and with their God liberty A r..llilne nr all fardKn and Fluid needs band Florida and t
out obedience to
week parents In our town. Surely MelbourneIs Is to justice formerly of Lotus Indian River' but Out. Write on \ ( (4
kvly-painted hulls and snow-white sails keeping pace with the rest of the and right. now a resident of Seabreeze. He will forpilc..anti pricell.tso
Ik like a lot of huge birds as they skimr world. the and L. CAMERON t
have n store erected lot
the bright waters of the-bay. The upon J 125. East Bay St.. JACKS : ;
is still
Our housekeepers are each trying to -The ADVOCATE giving away open a fancy fruit establishment dealing ;:
let will make their first "strike" Sun- see who will have the finest assortment free, tobacco seed of the finest grade.; In lowers, nursery stock etc., etc; A _..-.. -" --' .-.- .. -. -. ._
night. This cbmpany Is one of the Call and get some, with Instructions for place of this description has been neededfor
of native Florida fruits put up for homeuse
who the fish law asty
respected new
did not put a net In the water while and one would bo surprised to seethe Its cultivation. a long time. The
f law was on. The men have strict display we can make at Melbourne The principal event of the week In Jacksonville
pers not to fish In the mouth of the especially in guavas; a fruit that can be this town has been the change of owner-
astian river as it Is a fresh water used In many ways. Canned in rich Malabar. ship of the Dally Dnytonlnn. The new
am. syrup they look like peaches and are corporation, with Dr. F. II. :Ili S"C'DLO"VV. Oorx'l \ / ,
delicious; spiced and put up as a sweet as president and treasurer, Mr. Carlos LATE
H. J. Cloh'ecy of Tlllman, was seen ( CHAPMAN & 8UDLOW.)
pickle they are fine; guava marmalade II. Walton as vice-president, and Mr. G,
Banyan. can't be beat; guava catsup Is very good; here Sunday.C. K. Keller as editor and manager prom- 'South Jacksonville,
guava_wine is as fine as any wine made. W. Bolton, wife and mother spent ises to make a success of the paper, and .
Sunday at Grant. we hope 'our townspeople will give it MANUFACTURER OF -

veryone is wishing for rain. Joe Schwab was in Melbourne one day their united support. Everyone Is expressing
he mullet are nice and fat now, and Courtenay. this week. Interest in the future successof FERTILIZERS For Pineapples
r citizens are enjoying them.fr. the Dally Daytonlan' under Its new w
Subscribe for the INDIAN RIVER ADVO- .
and Mrs. J. M. Field spent a .few M. S. Sams was visiting In .Indianola CATE.. management.FOB Vegetables I and Dealers in Every Kind of
SB in Indianola the past week. last Sunday. ,

v. W. Scott made a business trip toy H. J. Tiffin1 fifth car of lumber ar- Sunday.Tom Rowell. of Tlllman, was. here. first class shoemaking repairing Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dost Kanif OFPIOE"I

Point last Saturday returning on' rived Saturday. < call on J. A. Daughtery, Washingtonavenue ,
Robt. T. Smith, from Grant! spent Tltusvllle Fla. Shoes, made
nday. J. K. Harper of Hobe Sound 1* visiting TJI.o::: 2Pnxia.o-u.iai. XX .xd-Vlxxa.oAmmonia : :
here.J. to order In fine style.
flie guava Is about over, and the I relatives here for a few days. Monday : .... .... .,,.4 to ft per cent ;
ties have lots crop of jelly and sweet' T. Ware and famlily from Tollman, Available Phos, Acid... *. H. J. -Tiffin has ordered a lot of of C. C. Carroll and family, Potash K 0..6 to 7 cent .
fklos put up for the winter. rock to build walks from the were guests ''[Send the ADVOOATB an order for any per )
coquina Monday. job printing you need.] Highest Commercial Value given our brands In the last
hotel to the river.
Judging from the present outlook, Albert Carroll took Saturday's north- Price Order for 2 ton. and for our brand will be
fere will be a large area planted In C. T., T. J. and P. P. Harper cap- bound train for Melbourne, returning freight charge to any railroad depot on the East Coast at ;
J ns and tomatoes the coming season tured a large alligator measuring 8 feet the same day.C. BOARD AND LODGING at Seabreeze; further notice.
(this vicinity. from tip to tip last week.B. nicely situated a few door south of a
C. Carroll sold a tract of muck land, the Seaside Inn, on the ocean beach.
mong the visitors to Banyan on Sun- B., J. J., K. J. and F. W. LaRoche, west of the railroad belonging to Robt. Good bathing and fishing. Rates from
y last we noticed Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
sailed down to .
with H. H. Same captain
tiers, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Casper and T. Smith on Monday.C. $0 to $S per week. ''
and returned
Friday Saturday.
|II. Casper, all of Tropic. Banyan C. Carroll and son brought Tlllman a lot of Comfort, Lodge W. W. ALCOTT Seabreeze Fla. I Fred'k. S: Morse
banana from lately
plants
leas.. Sanders, Jernegan, Ilaisten young ,
them out their land here.H. .
I Bale attended the ball at Bovine last Roseland. and put on .

Nay night, and report a large attende. C. Starck and Joe Schwab are at HOf.FOR THE BEACH* Hawley A: '
| Everybody seemed to thoroughly Mrs. L. C. Moore has been visiting Wildwood on the east aide of Indian Alcott's hack meets north and south REtAL1::z :ES'I: .. :
(oyed the occasion. relative In Melbourne.S. River getting garden land ready for the bound trains on arrival at Daytona, I

obt Harper returned home last weekm fall crop of vegetables .for Seabreeze and other points. Fine af=rdarr, :ZDado: Oo., r : :: ,
Kitching, Jr., and F. Light of Sebastian etc.
surf bathing,
Georgia; where he has been spend floating Geo. W. Wasbbnra Is bringing lumber

7 a month with relatives. He reports the lighter, were Bon busy Ton on which Monday was loaded from Eau Game this week to make a ,_ -- -'r-. --- --.- AGENT FOR LANDS OF _
field to
farmers
up there in a more pro8ous with wood and allowed to sink while In lattice covering for his pineapple '
condition than for it from extreme of beat or cold.
years.J protect
charge of Mr. Oore, sr. NEW YORK' Florida East Coast Hallway Company,
and B. B. LaRoche and Horace' Miss Caroline Cain and Allen Cain attended We hear that Frank Hauler, Chicago Florida Coast Line Canal A: Transportation Company,
Ims, of down to Ban- : who pineapple plantation
a large
Courtenay came owns
In the dance at Woodier, given by down for the Boston A: Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company.
on Saturday last The latter ex- returned Saturday on the east side wicome\

[cta to plant.his father's land at this E.morning M. Stokes.accompanied They by their sister winter and bring.party of friends. TAILORING CO. .____ ._.__m__" ._ ..__ ...._ ___...._.__. _. "''.__'_. .. .
c e in beans'the season. ..
coming Mill K. Cain, who ha been visiting her The gnavas,pineapples, vegetables and .
Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor si Cotton prates and & )
sister Mrs. E. M.Stoke other fruits here will soon justify a good 4-llMt.0.,111IO.
The people are plantIng -
Vero. Col. canning factory.
recently'purcha by
The horse fruit to that end, and will do everything
.. v H. D. Ruflner I II now well acquaintedwith PRICE TAILORS.We
-- the roads in this vicinity. One they can to encourage a factory.Buy POPULAR THE G.H.HAMMOND

nday.F. Delaney,of M cool was In town night recently, while In charge of W.
I ICoL started out on his owns r
Gibson, he lumber and other building ma-
S. E. Fowlks., of. Roseland, ha. count. We understand the result of his terial direct from the BoUders SupplyCo. and J
umed here.. I travel was nothing worse' than a broken ., St. Augustine, and save the lumberyard Carry the Largest ; PORK AND BEEF

ID. W. Weir of Toledo wa In town a shaft. man's commission. ,
Line
days last week. Most Complete ,
Hammond, Ind., South Omaha, Neb.,
of Mad of building I
Jr. Hasty of Orchid here on When In want any Daytona.
sines a few, day ago. ," wa material Builder; In Supply car load Co., or at St.otherwise Augustine the of r sittings and Trons rings Salesrooms, 23-1 West Bay St., Tho W. Dunk, Manager, ?

1Ii.. Effl. Smith of Gifford, wa rlslt-- will be pleased to make you a delivereJprice J Major Abbott and family have gone to i Markets IdiiKlnj Rapidly! on Lards Hams
: Mrs. ,
Davis, Sunday. You have no
at your-nation. commission to Kentucky for a few weeks. in the State....m.
|Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Dawson of Nark agent' or middleman ,.
Our streets are full of strange face at 'W'ritet JB* fox Priooss.:
were visiting In town Saturday pay. _. this doll time of the year.

$18 and $20 .. .. .
toSD Enos. boildlDIr'on cottage avenue. Salts to Order- -
about
; YOUR VEGETABLES and fruit is ready for the shingles. Trovers, to Order$4 art $o JOB PRU '%'
.to E. B. William A: Co., wholesale The attendance at Mrs. W aeel r'a ,

fruit and produce merchant, 65 South The heat 1 I. still above normal. dancing class, at the armory. I* Increasing Sample sent by malt

Bfaad* street Atlanta, Ga.. See their Some are making preparations for! : we ..happy to cays OF ALL KINDS i:
1t. on page 4.KIBD. en1n(, which, from I News ha been received 6* the death NEW ,YORK TAILORING COMPANY, '
.enrSSlcatlan will be on a larger old bola Iowa. Executed at the ,
bU
r \ *, of Dr. Oren at Ho. 17 East Bay Street,
YOU Good, Reliable and wale than ever before. ,The.doctor baa been In failing health PRINTINOt

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a I I4l I I 1 i .k W1'ld rI A, MUSICAL. MONKEY.. h -. At -JEXPKIIIJMKNTS. TOMATO.WITII THE MALLORY STEAMSHIP:. LINE.. The florida ,(jentral &: .euitar R ailri



w ', ... ...... ... .... Florida. New York
.ALee a Twpa .10. end line Florida and all
and Boston. Short between. Nortl'ern
Philadelphia Pot,,,.
a i *4t1 za-e.Iea. :I. G. ha-. One day when I was pulling the suck via Port Royal.8.C.,)to New York. Everett Savannah, Augusta, Ga., Columbia Washington, ,
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Brunswick: (
.)" ,i : Albert Anderson, who lives in Harlem ors from my tomatoes I accidentally leone :From tlmore. Philadelphia, New York Boston and the heal t "*

has a monkey named Billy. The sucker, about six Inches long', fall PASSENGER F.. O. ill P. Ry SERVICE and Cumberland Route Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Louiwille' C Bclt .
monkey has a room 10 by 13 which III i Via I'ernan.llna1 Ar and Chicago. *.
to the ground and, stepping on It,crushed Lv .JackllOn"lIIe 1.15 a m ..L" Penandina 1.30 P 10 I ,
1;I, !' fitted with all sorts of acrobatic app B"lI\o.lol 11.30 P m. Dally .xeep' 8unday. Everett, Birmingham, Holly,Springs; Memphis, Little Rock, Kansas
'}1f 1 13 rptnelikely to'be enjoyed by a small It Into ..tbe soft earth. Some day nvllle Jftret!: ,.aU nil,".C.& P. 7.iO and Bo.Dally.for Ry. .LvFaeetmgereallowedoD Louis, Chicago, Sioux City. wtJ, S

,, j t but healthy tree climber. In one corner afterward 1 noticed. lying there, and 4JM I P board lOr Ar upper ranswlok Thursdays.p m. River Junction Pensaoola. Mobile New' Orleans Texas i exloo' Cot(

r 'of the room ti a bed and in another are in taking hold of it to consign: It to the and the Pacific. Coast. Effective May. 1O, ::1:897.. 0I't

two dumbbells made fast with chains" compost heap I noticed that it had "" *" PROPOSED 8AILXNGS New York Express. No. 8A j laare J
ville8:15 a.'m.,
daily,
f'' because the monkey throws thing when thrown out'some line roots from the butt Lv.New York,Pier 21 E.R..':80p. m., (Standard Time.) Iv.Brunswick: e au Sleepers for Savannah, witU Througb,

Flj'' #T its temper is ru1Iled.'tI' end. This was a new thing to me, and I FrIday, Bellt. 8..............................RIO GRANDJe............... .........;.Friday,1'Iep'to' Baltimore, Philadelphia NiTl York W
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j' ....COLORADO..a......... IridayBept.11Friday Y 0a KMtem point Connects
'' G 4 1'' + The monkey is so fond of nrasio that with Friday U4 le..u. ...... ..................rridaySe 1M .+ 'an' Arrive Jacksonville for 'e'
resolved to make some experiments .8ep. IT'............................ RIO ORANDE ; Oct 0 :JO p.m.Cincinnati .
, t 'I ,) } ti when Albert Anderson,, Jr., plays the in Friday Sep.Bd...............u.............. COLORADO... ........................rrlday, 8 I '" 'd c
harmonioon in'its hearing no matter if tomatoes. I' planted this .ucker a Friday Oct. 1..... RIO GBANDE..... ..Friday, Oct. New York: Put. Mall Na le
vacant hill, in which the plant had died, For genera Information,steamers, ,!, rates eto. ply to any railroad agent or to' N Jacksonville TOO_: p. 111. dati, for sass-
it be eating or rollicking the ,monkey Cstis.D1VIE8: ,. gent,220 W.Bay 8'oJacUonvlUe. rrsA .m points Carrlea throuilli SleePen' J

i stop,, and, keeping time to the music, and it throve immediately and produced H.RAYMOND, General Southern Agent.Brnnewlok,Ga t +1 villa 9110.to.m.New York. No 8f( strive J

.isways back and forth from' its hips, its a large crop of the finest kind of large,: C.H.MALLORY,General Agent,Pier !110,K. River, and JKW Broadway;N.Y. .qt -

eyes wide open and its face expressing smooth tomatoes, says'a correspondent V V e, and Jacksonville> No
a
t ) {" ,great joy. Young Albert gave Billy to the Globe Democrat.I il'p Jaoksonvtlle7.depm.vl5 lasts Xverett 11 118.m'
Cb.ttanooga.
,! I month' organ one day; and Billy scream* selected as my next experiment.a tomato N..bTIII.I'! LoiChicano. Connects; and fw:all LOU'

l ( y4 etl with delight. The monkey put, the. stalk about fifteen Inches high, and ,f Os a r e Jaclutonvllle and western 8.10.polnttl.. IleturI1lng title
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instrument to its month and blew hard. r 0K56N71LLE
i bent it to the ground and covering each as.-..
p --
; d A discord followed instead of the tune 4ij W
I joint with earth and pressing It into the Asheville Ronte. Through
e Pullman
i jlt1 which'the monkey plainly expected, and U]
s i e S ra / Car service for Cincinnati via Bavsnnah,
' a ,i g ) I'1 it I thereupon held the harmonioon atarm' soil closely. There were four joints to ayn,M? bla,Asbevllle, Hot Knoxville '

I length to look at. It blew the instrument start with; from each of these a sucker OF t p Carolina.the Colebrated Leave Mountain Country Or
d Jacksonville
Y 1 again and again each time grew and I severed them as soon as the Ya .t l r 0 v A '.". Cincinnati T-* *. m. Relurnlac 7.00 P, a

rl looking at it as if to make out what the stalks under the suckers had thrown out Jacksonville 9:JO a m.

,W trouble wa At last Billy threw the roots, which they did by the time the f eawWM.war -

harmonioon across the room, chattering suckers were six: : Inches high. This left e y Only Line Through the Bean 1t.1
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in anger. Albert played; a walta on his .d ,, Country of '., Fns.
the tip of of the original stalk attached $ K.oarabla Hay Leave JackSml 1'11\
w I instrument and Billy grew less excited by if )(.p III 6. '" 4 for Lake ity; Live Oak Macm, aunlaJLOaIDd :
{ to the last joint and it kept on throwingout
ftlver
f, I } ,but would not touch.barmonioon agaiu. : sow. Tallahassee,, Junction, Pen>ac ..It

16 A week later the boy got a mnsio box joints until it produced six more, w T andfENIHSULAR CEKTRXL ..q New fornia Orleans and the, and Pacific the mmthwest Coast. Carrie., Mexico SI',n

,ibis F for the monkey. After showing .Billy each one being properly severed at' the ry1 R.R. No. 1 arrve*Jacksonville 7.55: a. m. *

j, x. how to turn the crank the boy left the right time. These several plants were c4v and Connections. -

.. box on the floor The monkey looked at transplanted Into hills by taking them > ,- -'-, -, Leaves Jacksonville 0:I5m. ror 81arb, _

; @ ;: ; it, turned the box upside down, shook with a' earth and all #.711..1f' orLOalpA. Shone. Silver Spring Ooala, iaineivllla'C*
large shovel .
u it, and then, taking hold of the handle up ..a ...-.... .,.Y. v. Key, Wlldwood Lesebar. Tnvenen ..
'' and each one producing fine, large tomatoes v Orlando, Laooochee, DatTe City, PIaAi] {
lAj began to turn' it slowly. The music ...: Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville 4.IB p.m,
t '' came, and the monkey began to dance, thus giving me ten fine plants from !;,..a NASHVILLE ROUTE-Through Pullman Sleeper, Via F"erett. Macon Atlanti.ii
p
y l t first on one foot and then 'on the other, the one by the process known as "layer- .b .+" p 8.00 Chattanooga.a.m.1; arrive Leave Jacksonville Jacksonville 8:10 7.00 next p.a.m m.., arrive Naithvllle- 7.00 next p. m. Leave ituta c

iii ,1 4'p' p whining with delight. It in only after ng." I then took a tomato plant raised 8,15., m.-Leave Jacksonville for Brunswick by the Cumberland"Route steamer, and Cy

'f+ the removal of the box that Billy can from seed and sucker as near the same / berland 4eop..u.-.LooalforEverett.Bound. Close connection for Brunswick.1" Shortest aDd quicken
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be made to exercise: : on the bars and size as possible and planted them in adjoining ( SooP. M.-Local for Tallahassee and Intermediate point Arrive Jacksonville{:I 15 .
swing enough to keep in health. 'It 9:4O P. .-For Tampa and Intermediate point. Pullman ileeper. ArriveJacksonvblla
hills for the purpose of com Through Sleeper for Cincinnati via Asheville, leaves Jacksonville at 7.00 p, m., arrive uvill
Billy does not weigh, more than two the a I.4Bj>.m.,arrive Cincinnati 1A11..m, *
: pounds, but every grain .jaf those two The sucker soon outgrew For Macon Atlanta two Train. Dally. Leave Jacksonville 8:11S a. m.and 7:00: p.m.
the BUMMER BATES to Excursion Point* In effect June 1st.
i plant, and bad green tomatoes size gf -
+ pounds is nil of grit when it cornea to Oman Sleeper on all Night Train Parlor car between Jacksonville and Tampa..
t k I w'' f; fight Sam, the house cat, a big gray of an unhulled walnut by the time the __r Bend for Dee Indexed Township Map of Florida to-
c SAFETY I COMFORT QUICK TIME I LOW RATES N: S. PENNINGTON, A. 0..MACDONELL
brute, scarred in street fights with wandering other plant set Its fruit. At the time .1 ,

tramp oats, got into Billy's room write the fruit has been pulled from the \ Traffic Manager.,, General Passenger A

f and the curled. :Finest Cuisine and Berne. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.
one day, monkey' lips sucker, while that on the plant: is not
The Fleet 1*composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamer i'Comancue"
The cat looked up at the monkey, which i quite ripe. My experiments, convince

was on a trapeze bar, and licked its Florida East Coast
o //JI ohops. Billy apparently knew what that me that for early tomatoes the seed gardener (new), "Algonquin"Iroquols, "Cherokee, "Semlnole. Ry.
will do who plants his tomato very
and
meant dropped down 'part to
be floor. The oat jumped, but way:Billy early.in the house, or hot bed,'and then North-Bound. Ttme TaM H*. .-c._*.* *. Jmm S, lel ".

'Aid the and the missed. by transplanting into other boxes or hot Steamers are appointed to according to the tide.
giant oat
swing, From JACKSONVILLE FLA., (calling, at Charleston), Sundays Tuesdays and Tbnnda)'.. ROUTE BOUND B-wd Down 4 NORTH BOUND (Road Up).
:Before the oat had got tb the floor again eds, so, built 'that the plants ,can be From' CHARLESTON tl. 0., -Mondays, .Pednesday. and Fridays.For .
S hour of sailing see"Clyde Line" Schedule- or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papers.. o s .0.7.. 0
it and in two minutes the
]# Billy was on layered, have a supply of layered plants .. 4 .. Lv.......Jan xxavttl* .. .. Ar.Ar A 1'; .. ..... ::::
'' i. ,oat was leaping over ban and swings, ready for the first planting in the open South-Bound. /Q .... JBV AiMTuatsa.,..,.Lv.Lv ,16: p .:,.:. ...... ....
5, S yowling with pain. Sam visited : .:..:. ......... ADI"IIttJa.M..Ar. 6 2q) .... ... ...... ....
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never air;which will ;give a fine marketable Steamers! ; are appointed to sail from Pier 29,East River New York at S m. as follows**' It'' .... .BMiiU. ...... 44 JI 1...... .... ...... .....
Billy again.-New York Sun. than For CHARLESTON,8. O.. Monday.'Wedne.day and Friday. .:.:.: 1 ...... ... .,n.laeTpala\ka.. ..... crop ten days or two weeks sooner For' JACKSONVILLE,FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays, Wednesday and "rlda)'.. 11 ...... .... Ar.........Palatka...........LrLv I' ...... ....us........ "'M
from the seeding plants. Itt conducting ,::.. ...... .. ...... ...Palatka... ... Ar.Lr. \ ..... ... ...... ....
FIELD DIVERSIONS. .... ...... .... ......;.Jhui Mateo..Lv. b lug ... .. .... ......
these experiments did not give any unusual Clyde New England and Southern Lines (Freight only.) ...... 1 ........ L.V.........ban: :Mateo..:.t.i..Ar: 11Ib1\ ...:.. .... ...... ..:w
I (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) ...... .. LJV.........noad..Ar.. up4Up ....... .... ...... ....
A F...... Officer Who Read Novel Betwe.a conditions, but the suckers were ...... ... .... ... ..... .. ...... ,...
1' stuck Ibto the soil of the garden STEAMERS "DELAWARE" AND "ONEIDA" ...... ...... .. ........ D.Oraup:a.. llIlp ..... ...... ...... ....
., Knffas'em.nt imply to sail follows ..:... '..... ...... .......N_ Barr......... 110:> .,... ...... ...... ....
i ,General Horace Porter tells the following as It happened to be 'at ,the time, and Street,Jacksonville are appointed, as : :From Lewltl' Wharf,Bo8ton'Clyde's ...... ...... ...... .. ..........000It mu. ...... .. I iItIV ....:. ...... ...... ....
the From foot of Hogan FRIDAYS. ...... ,,... .... ........;T1tn.r4I1a...;.... l UpU3Q .... ..... ...... ....
<\ anecdote in his "Campaigning were not watered evoept by rains. THUH8DAY8. ...... ... .... ....OltPast.. ..... -) .:.... ...... .....' .....
'With Grant" (in The Century During ...... {8lp. ....::... ,,_ w:...... III Up ...... ...... ...... ...M
I' y. ...... = ..Y.. ..........ii"a...... aorp .. ...... ...... ....
J, the ten days of battle through which @ As an advertising medium no Line. ...... 4..a r. ..........D Oald.......::r-" II bhe 1 ..:... ...... ...... ...M
t we had just- passed very little relief, the East Coast beat the St. Johns River ...... 4 .. ........ Sarno: ........ 11 B.ea ...... .. ...... ....
\, i; paper on oan ...... .........'k.lboarne....;.... 11 )Y4s/ .......... ... .....
physical or mental,, had been obtained, ADVOCATE. Give us a trial advt., V ..... .. :: n ........ .Rraielana.M....... 10( 411a ..:... ...... .:o...ii.ii
I but there was one staff officer a Colonel and be convinced of the pink paper's (DE BARY LINE) ...... / ..:.:. .........Sebastian......... JII8." ..... .. ..
Jacksonville,Fatatka Sanford Enterprise,J'1a..nd Intermediate landings on the St. '.River. ...... M ..........SL. Luole.......... 9t6a....... ..... ......-1'
Bwho often came as bearer of worth. ...... S Olli ........FortPlero*........ 9 60a ;. ..... .....' 'p,
messages to 'our headquarters who always r.: 8en. .....'.......Bden....i...... II""'". ...... ........ =
Stearn.erU"WELAKA": :.:.. 4)p ...... ...... 82010 ..... .. ..J.D. ...; .I ........ ... ,
managed to console himself with ...... Mil ...... ...... a 40a :.....:...'..stnart.r:: :...:: 1 ...... ..... ...... I-
+1 novel reading, and his peculiarity in Suwanee River Route.GEORGIA CAPT. W. A.SHAW. ...... ....... ...... fl .......... ... l1nla......... ...... ..... ......
l ...... Oi ...... ...... 810a H ..........Hob Hound......; 027a. ........... .... ..11
this respect became a standing Joke Is appointed to'sail a.follows t ...... $= .. ..... 9 ell .;...West Jupiter...... .... .. ..... ......I..'
J ) among those who knew him. He went Leaves Jacksonville Tuesdays and Saturdays Lao p. m. ....., : .:. ... JOb Riviera.. ...... ..... ..... R.
Laves Sanford .., Mondays- and Thursdays .t..OO.. m.Gen' ...... IQS, .::... :..... II OOe Ar..West. Palm B.aoh..Lv,. ...... ...... ......10..
about with his saddle bags stuffed full I ...... .............Urap ...... ....Llatoa........... ..... ...... ...... /a
of thrilling romances,and was seen several SOUTIIERN & FLORIDA ...... IIIIp .... .. 'l6p .....Jort j" ud............. 8.7.1. .... ...... ......l'a' .
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4 Xemon 011,
times sitting on his horse, under a R'Y., To ,All\ Points North and ) Passenger and. ,Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. ..10 : ,.....4alpAr.'p ..........JUaml.;.......Lv. ...... ...:.: .::.:. (lit
t brisk fire, poring over the last pages oft Northwest: Via ..,
: A. W. BBANOa.STATIONS. TraIn.811. 86 27.and 79. b.tw **
an absorbing volume to reach the denouement Palatka, Tlfton, Macon and Atlanta .... at dall,.
Jao L. HOWARD. Superintendent. I.THOUKOICOBII: ,JR., .Pass.Agt. tIOn..U.and Au..tln.
S'' of the plot and evincing.a Low rates to all Summer Resorts; exceptionally Foot Hogan St. 20 West Bay St, ,-* asst 0. No. 2. o. Tralm *M, brtweiia" KI.... sad Mleroe
greater curiosity to find how the hero Low Rates to Nashville, now JACKSONVILLE FLA. ....K.w myl'Da....Ar. I 15p daily' exeept Bandar. nl
i .....Jak.Rei.a..Lv. If BOp' 65p Train *.. between Fort Pier
.and the heroine were going to be extricated on sale at following rates:' ....Orang. Olty.Lv.OranJeCHT. 1< IItI( fiat Miami cIIo'I ly,ace )fODdal'S"
A. M. CLYDE A.
W. H.WARS RTON,E.P. H. T.M. !
THBO.O.Edema.T M., "
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a"" from the entangled dilemma into Ten day limit Tuesday and Thuradny: 5 BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK. -: U lip 15p tine Train dally.J, exoept and 78 aunitaySTKp _

which they had been plunged by the From Palatka, 914; :7ackson'YflIe" 912.80

unsympathetic author than to learn the Twenty day limit, every day: WTW. P. CJ.YDE'* CO., General AKenU, Tk. NameS
result of the surrounding battle. alatka, $19.20; Jacksonville, ,917.00 II Bowling Green.K..Torku: .1. Bo. D.Uware'Ave.PbiLd.lpltla.

( d One of his peculiarities was that betook October 31st;every day: t "BISCA. NE" .

i it for granted that all the people Palatka, 936.2fi: : ; Jacksonville. $24.00 .

be met were perfectly familiar with his The Scenic Route. .The Historical 1 .- Is appointed..Perforai Servtoe a*follow:

1 line of literature, and he talked about Battlefields Route. Full information,
t>av.MIAMI 10:JO m. Wednealaya aad Batorday. oonneotlnc with Tr.IDIIL
etc.
nothing but the merits of the latest Sleeping oar reservations, maps, So.ufherQ .. p.

noveL For the last week he bad beenI can be obtained: by writing or calling -s- ; I' ft"LeawenWWlBT. 4:00: a.m. Tnaeday*and Friday. .
upon Huou L. RICHARDSON Oonneotlnc as Miami with Train TI, oUowlaf .orals*
.. devouring Victor Hngo's'Lea Miser G. A, MCDONALD, Oen'l Agt.G .

> ables. It was' an English translation P. A., Macon Ga. Jacksonville. /.p., c&wW1T.. b A aA1 .....
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for the officer had no knowledge of T..aI.o ....._ .,r -

French.! As he was passing a house inwar ... Aaruatla.s Pis. -

of the "angle" he saw a young lady ABSOLUTELY' THE 'SHORTEST .ROflTE.CBBOTJOa .

,pS seated on the porch, and, stopping ROYAL-TANSY" PILLS .
p his hone bowed to her with all the The Lice e
NCWHIIICOVEBT. NEVER FallA rTJllJstAHSBAWHTO BOOK OAR Trunk
DINING 0A1 Tropical
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'' of Chesterfield and endeavored r A D.. rallittl..uid.. .rell.I for upprauKd -
; grace a ,a .>OUHT., Manty or poinruluMnMuratluo.
_'i to engage her in conversation. Before : .Now mwd_kyarcr. S *,OIftdl. H.M :.:. ,.. THOBOTJOHTATiH: COACHES: VXaTIBTTLED TRAINS.

he had gone tar he took occasion to re- ))9 '* ..,.*.,IDI""rate.&h d......_ ..,_org.na.. f..m. Jacksonville Tampa & Key West RailWa
box, .limit bo<'1. ttonl
mark, "By the way have you seen .p.p.n.alMt. In per plain r """'*,,_. *H.nii 4o lauunpjfor .
Lees Miserable?' the W p.rtlo>il.r... hid br I...... NORTH EAST AND WEST. JOSEPH H. DURKEE Receiver.
anglicizing
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0 AAMU pronunciation. Her black eyes snapped -
/ with indignation' as she tartly replied Sold by J. B. Soreven only., No. No.200 No. 21. No.28 Time Table'Zffect May 1IS.'9". '0.32. _No. '!!_.I Na
TWO DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN
"Don't talk to me thai; Theyare ,FLORIDA AND THE BAST. .-, r-; B p .-.J2aLy..JACK60NVILLE......... r13 am 1 stop .
:you way. ........ Mixed amp 9311. .............Onmg.l'ark... ......... 652am 816pll
a good deal better than Grunt's miserable Orange Grovo and HevUlence and Southwestern ....... MaW"y l4p 9... ......: .........Peclrl..,......:...... edam 809pll1'll 7D
anyhow'I"' This was retold so' Washington Limited ......., and Fri ....... "
for Sale. ........ ........ .p 10it. .. ....anenCoveSpringi..2 809am 648pll'...
often by those who heard it that, for And the UnlUd States Past Mall. ....... ........ ........... ................a1?,.
r some time after its repetition seriously A fine and garden property of ........ 11 59. lI00p i0"sit\: .' .. ,.Palatka............ .... \ "
grove ........ 1241tp 12Mp: 112211..;....;;._..8.ttlum.....,........... 42eamlIP Ur.a.
endangered the colonel's :peace of mind. 13: acres, fronting on the Indian River 02TLT 91 EOUE3 JAOIH05VILLE] TO BI1IGTON. ...... lOOp U.9p 1186a..,....,.. .....Pomona....:..,....... 41t. 4NP' ,1r185p '
back to the roadat ...... ... \
and extending county 120ea: 11 ens.Cr.soentCl Junotlon... abeam 843pllllll
J -about 15 miles south of ONLY] 27 HOUB3. JAOK80HVILLB( TO }IEA'YOBLSend : ........ 22Op 1225.12o7a.: ._... .Be..II..I. ... 84oam
Beethoven could play from memory Sharpes ........ 3t:! P 104. 1281a.. ..,.. ...DeLeonSprings......: ... 8o2am 3 Poaa.
all the preludes and fugues contained inBath's Titusvllle-known as the Brock place; ..-.... 412p lila 1245p........Olenwood .............. IMam 2MP5 p465p
Clavichord." 000 bearing trees; good house, four TwMmtod Train eoampoeed of LatM bitmrwl rvttaiaa. .)......Oare a4 SUM Dar .. .... 130a1258p! ...... ........Beresford,.............1I..JOa" 9 Pm. ..".
"Well Tempered rooms and kitchen; servants' house and laic Can thvmch wIMmat ehaac* to W.......to.. ...._... ..':..... 630 P .y... IllIp A.rl. : ..'......
There are 48 preludes and the same ........ 416 p ........ 4es ... .,...'DeLand...'.. ..' .{ALr .........: O'JIIlIP"-.
1 I packing house. Price, $4,600.00. Phllarieiphl. Mew York... the aaat .. .... slap........ ...;..Ente1'Prl... .. ..... ......... 12&t.-
number of fugues, and, as each is ins Apply to .............., ... { 2npAr.. .....nTU8 ILLB:.. ...... L" 't10Wam..'
b { the most abstruse style of counterpoint BOBBINS A GRAHAM, ....." .... ...:ti..., ...."K ... ... i.: ..., ....
THROUGH; PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BR- .......: ...:.. .... .. :: ..80rrento.- .. .. .
wUl for
L the difficulty of this performance Attys. owners\\ ........ ...,. :.:./... 8lep ,.. .:.,......M.. Dora..............h .. ..,.:r.. lJall.-:!! "
be appreciated by every musician. a. TWEEN JACKSON IILLE AND NASHVILLE. .... ... OIIpAr..Ta..L". 11
,. .....:.. )800 p 511A'i ltop ...... Sanford.............Lv i 48a'i ..
f .. .. ......... .........Altamonte Springe.......... 11211&1"..
Throujh Sleeping Cars Daily Jacksonville to .....:.. ........ ..") .... .......Wlnterl'ark............. -.
........ ........ 1806 306p.............Orlando......{. ........... 1211p m .
KEEP YOUR BOWELS STRONG ALL SUMMER I Cincinnati, via Asheville the ........ ........ ..
Through; ........ ........ Ai:. ".:::.....BartowJo..v..L.: :. : .40.n. ..
LAND OF THE SKY." ........ ........ 8\15.\ 8 lOp ...;,,.. ...La1r.land.. ......... .11 411" yeas: ..
ANDY CATHARTIC ........ ........ t 1311 a T flip Bartow l::..... t'P: mLO5pAr..P.nta ..
........ .. ..... .. Gorda..... .....Lv1110pm y0oaw"."
1"eP del fl.d t.ro....,,_ es to ...... ..liMn)... .I..p4.g ....e..M.aa' .... ...,.... ... ... 100. 8 flip Ar..... .......Tamp.......... ...L" lOOP ml .-..
say agent eC W......... RAJ....T or It._...-...; fly yr ...:,... ... ..Tampa Bay Hotel.......... .T1oas.. ..
:.,..4.. .. ........ 1140. 1083 .,........ & ..... ..... .7pmiro0rtaJ! .
...... .. 1II0n..d TbutRIO ClOp Lv... ......,.Pori71mpa........r.. r =:p wdpd
L. A. BBIFXAJr, nosiUa Pan Agl..llt Wes Bq...... JacksonvflU FU ........ rue." J'rIda,. 8 00p ............, W.,,....... ...L". 9 D m Wed M'dP. '-
.1. Y. OULl' ..... .. W.d.ndS.R II 00a Ar.... .........-"ana.- .'..........Lv 12 tap
W. A. TURZ E 11. JUJUnna:
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p Daily. t Daily except Sua"' ''' __ ..
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t a. w..wyrs..o: P Trams.1 and 33 Carry Through PuDma1l Buffet Steeping Can. III,.
CURE CONST[ PATIOH 414. 11 7. ... Indian River steamers(DeW float lave Titusville. Monday Wednesdel.Lad yrldaf Ri.......
cRooklecl Ran oar IadLS
aallle.nlelboene and Intermediate potnttl .,UI.8:311: po"lea"
laving J.ckaouiIiea' & .'1 a.1D.. BawthkonT c"J
t Train::13. ",aSaturday ..arrive. as kOD..d1:011. "

J,3 ..SO'. DRUGGISTS : Gala lMkl.nd I jQ! 7eesbsega82BroooksvW.6:45: p.Do Trala JnYIDIf.1IG P:. I., C.-
a rrl.es at 4 fits m..1.aoOoM>1Iae 11:40 p. m. Tarpon eprtnl1''

r..a LN..Npi 4boooNklsifnw. 'Ad.S'fLK't'r: .lrm'CU.C': :;" "."Muntir..h'' :'::M.s tnrk SI The ADVOCATE' does.all kinds of Job Printing. m..St.Petenbnrt: B. COFFIN io jb5Lw' m.'Y daily UC8p'h.dal. a. DOcera A'tF-Jll.f.! ,,,

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE SEPTEMBER 3. 1897. 1

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I TERRIBLE. NIGHTMARE That Zfelthfttl %. Hto Captain nr- Invite yow Atteatlon to lay Complete stoCk ot Spring and Summer Resorts on the East Coast R'y :

was
--- a loyal if not very gentle HARDWARE and CROCKERY

_._eD a wan wakes up at night with answer once made by a private soldier ,
down down to Frederick the Great of Prussia .
I;idea that he falling height-when,he im-, the story is told in Harper's Bound,Ta-as Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware Graniteware The Florida Eaat Coast Railway to Miami. The Miami: Key West Steamship. .
i from a great that lost his ble doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware water coolers. Ice cream Line to Key West. .
e. in his sleep: be.baa meal Flame kerosine oil stoves tools
B. freezers Quick gaaoline..t01l88LBl e garden ,
E th snd tcan'tler tclI it and can i ipwhen During a campaign in Silesia the plows and harrows, paints and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly glass .s, poultry nettingand KEY WEST-Hotel Key Went, $4 and upward, special weekly and commercialrates.
flIaj] i and all night ring made it his habit to stroll through barbed wire.Han'ison, Open entire year. A. M. Taylor, Manager. Ueneral offices: bt. Augustine. i
bad in
his mouth tastes the '
. and food ia l'epugnant-death his into camp closer in disguise at night, to come Bros' Ready Mixed Paints. C. B. KNOTT r
g relations with his soldiers. Tin shop in connection with store. Large Galvanized Iron Tanks Special General Superintendent Florida East Coast Hotel System.Travelers' .

' One night he was stopped by a sentry, ty. Made to older and as cheap.the ordinary\ wooden one. Contract taken anywhere In the ..
Oft; b but giving the proper password, was County for tin rooting.Qnttertnir eto. rieam 1 write me fur ITIro. I .,_ portion --- ----- -- ----
permitted to proceed. Instead of doing of your patronaKe. Mail Order given Prompt and Careful Attention, w'1'inquiries for

, so, however, he endeavored to tempt prloen answered promptly. ''J.\lJ:. :&1. G-BUBJDXI.: ., Hotel. .
the sentry into accepting a cigar, say- '
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\ 1 ing that .a smoke would solace his loug West Palm- Boaoh, Fla.
watch. F
Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.
"It is against the rules," said the

/ 4:1Sa.i soldier. This hotel Is now under new management, and has boon thoroughly renovated '
But you have my permission" said HOMESEEKERS throughout. "
' ___ Frederick. . ,
...tills.fe Your permission cried the soldier. Bus meets all. Trains, and Electric Cars pass door. Bath rooms And' nM f

"And who are you?" Conveniences on every flour

bedfellow. These troubles may be "I am the king." Who Home in the OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
themselves, but they are the "The king be hanged! said the in- arc Seeking,? a *
es in Rates:-American Plan, ,:i to U.'O: ; European, 50o to $I. Special by the week.
ishers and sharp booters that march corruptible sentry. "What would my ',.1 -
Advance of the great army of death- captain say?" Mrs. FINLEY, Proprietress.
ping disease. South should send ,to the undersigned v
ben a man experiences these sensa- a -

I and feels generally out-of-sorts, The .. = jJ3 15
Mx Solar =
_.e is but one safe thing to do. That E.U. for a copy of the \ ; ; A -
Iresort to the right remedy. Doctor Britishaatronomerll are taking a lively / ld 1 gb... dy
rce's Golden Meuiral Discovery makes interest in the next eclipse of the ::z:4 I tll'J.: ; Ii:
appetite keen and the liver active sun to take place on Jan. 29, J898. and ., 1 J
1 healthy. It makes pure blood and the Royal and Royal. Astronomical so- Florida East Coast Homeseeker.We \II I. ,,1, D eraI g
|Ids firm flesh. Jt makes the brainht oieties are arranging to send out three a. ,
and the body active. It builds up parties of observers. The central' line ::3 *}\ ,, 'k" ; ;iqI; I
steadies the nerves, and insures nat-
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crosses western India the duration of : "" \
J, refreshing sleep. It cures 98 pert. b ; -s' U! ]
of all cases of consumption catar- totality at the most) favorable stations have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking Tobacco Growing and for o i,
II 1 I. bronchial and throat ailments. being about two minutes. The prospectsof Winter and Summer Homos. Climate the healthiest In the United States. : [ W

onest druggists recommend it. The fair 'Wel.ther are considered exceptionally Apply to J i111"1a: !
ggist who attempts to palm off upon good as the January skies of 'f co

\ an inferior intelligence.substitute. ,offers an insult India south of Bombay are remarkable JAS., E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner ftJl
your for their freedom from cloud and the
i Fl am 54 years old" writes Mr. P. G. FLORIDA'BAST COAST IVY
oe, of leesville, Henry Co., Mo.or probability that any given January day i !
2$ years I suffered the tortures of will be rainy ia less than 1 in 160 in ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. 1 v\ a aISi f
Vid liver constipation and indigestion, the Konkan. q .1 '
Ich severely affected my nerves. Hav- ; ,
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[ to make my living by hard work Iuld '" -- ; 1 i
go until I would have to give op.netimes 1vA'1i
my friends would pick me up CJouUpatllta'Fo."er.. ''' t !
To Car FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY I\\ !llfk
J carry me to bed. Truly I have thought Take CuBcoreU Candy Cuthnrtlo. lOoorSBo.If : .
Iny times that life was not worth living- I C.O. C.fall to cure druggists refund money. 1 4j
[times I would becomeso despondent, I f t 1 1I
lid hardly summon up courage enough (Successors to THE A. B.: CAMPBELL CO.) ; "a Jir.I

Ido anything. During what little sleep \-* 'P'ANTED-FAITnFUL MEN OR I. J'I.I. JI ; : !
Could get I was tortured with horribletarns VV ''women to travel for responsible Pianos Organs and Musical Merchandise. $ .d C1
until I have that
thought one night ,
established house InFlorida.. Ji
Salary
Is equal to forty deaths. But I will stop j jd *
[log to tell you what I suffered. I cannot $780 and expenses. Position perman A CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE.We ;
Enclose selfaddressedBtamped .
1 all of tt. But, praise God I will try to ent. Reference.
1 you how different I feel now, to what I envelope. The National, Star purchased In January last the immense stock of Pianos, Organs sheet j' Jljj11Cd
I t six years ago. When I consulted you Insurance Bldg., Chicago. music and musical Instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out k ,.
I Vitiated letter you with advised Dr. Pierce's me to keep Golden my Medical system the stock ot) Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room for a full h liU"jj wp

cover! and Pleasant Pellets.' I took line of the celebrated Conover, New England, Schubert and KlnJsbllryl'lauos. I J r <
[all six bottles of the 'Discovery' which i We have the following pianos. which are worth from $100 to $WO more than we 1 iiJili!
1 me much good. It relieved the pain in *, OCEANSTEAMSHIP ask for them : 4'11f
r back and between my shouldeR. and K, wet., ....... ..,........$3N: Hatnss Bro., style 6, roah... ................$200 i
teed nerves.' Thanks to Him who CODnver.ltrle K,eb..... ............. ...... ale ahubel'18.......................... ale 4'r
etb all up things my well and to you, dear sirs CO.OF o u Jeb ................. ..... aim Malcolm Love, w.n.. ....,.... 'Mo iiih
your advice and medicine. To-day Ia :: :"CJ: Meb.wa.,:;::'.:'.::':.:::I.....::::::.. aw MID Kvratt Htelnway, eb.eh.:..':::..:::::..:::::::: Wo 126u ...- f
i well man" SAVANNAH. u K wal.............,..........., 3ZS K1npburY.ltlhI n .b.,................,. :ii-jO
For eight years I had very poor health" Mcc amnion, style71: wal. ................... am A eb..".... ............ *ioKnftba e1adli
htes Mrs. M. >;. Kitzmiller.of Bayard i" XI: ma4......... .. ..... ... SIM) Grand ...................... ttnn17A -
lant Co, W. Va. "The first two year. I ....Fife [Sailing Days Each Week.... u .. 7,wal.......,............., H7B BtUTT HUIt .b,...r............... .. ..
Id mind this bad much. I a ................. ,. WIO" wal.................... !Saw t
not feeling; so In each direction a ship leaving each Names Bros, e'eb'1'..................., 81X1 NebE"ans: .b. ,.................... IMI: 2111 h.
lally\ became too weak to walk about mym. ( .. a' .. .... "........" nil Jaa.M.8tar. .b........... .......... .. I Ito .
I had headache sick stomach back- port on 'a 'a 3ma ..................r! 11IO Morris, too .
he ep, at tired night feeling no appetite.low spirits I felt could worried not Mondays, Some of these pianos have been rented, but we have had them re-polished and. : ,M h gOT
order and them to be satisfactory or i51J !
ut everything. Did not care for com- put In thorough we guarantee momey .
|n,. I had doctored with severalvery Tuesdays, funded. We furnish a stool, scarf, innstruotlon book and delivered f. o. b. Jack
|od home physicians but received little Wednesdays, sonville; cash or Installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us.
lef. I so often had beard of Dr. R. V., and FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, '
tree's wonderful medicine I made up my Fridays. ,24 East Buy (street, Jacksonville, Fla.Fisch.er9s =: =.j oo orr.:: .. ,
red to write to him, for I did not Know Saturdays,

at my trouble was. I wrote to Dr. Pierce feAVANNAH NEW YORK. __ .. FLORIDA. .
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ling aim some few symptoms of my bad Between --- -- MIAMI, .
ling,. By return mail I received a letter
ShipsIn :EJOTliJLSe: :
nch gave me much satisfaction" He said Finest Passenger \""; Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvements. Located on park one
ad indigestion and torpid liver and ad- Coastwise. Service. Complete and -,- -' --- .._. block from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid view of Biscayne Day hater .
sed me to use his Golden Medical Dis-' Ventilation for Protectionof f:J per day and upward. Special rate by week or month. s
very.' I sent to the drug store and gote Improved '
bottle of 'Discovery' and one vial of Perishable Freight. Cottage. -
dIets. I used these medicines and they -
ve me great relief. In one month I was Passenger Accommodations Unsur-

ling rally.well My and tired could stupid do feeling the work was of gone.my passed. Rates much cheaper than all Pa1D1: l5trot: 'rritvieixrillo: : 3710. OCEAN :BEACH HOUSE..

slept well at night my appetite became rail. For information as to rates, reservations Centrally located between both depots. Airy rooms, good table pure drink- .
od and I felt happy once more." sailing dates etc., write to ON THE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN.
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fog water.1f !
V It to would have save doctor of.Dr.bills Pierce's for any fam- WALTER hAWKINS Bates $2.00 per day; special rates by the week or month. Opposite' Davtona, near the City; Beautiful Boulevard) Surf bathing. Bummer -
thousand-page a copy free book "The splend Peo-- Florida. Pass. Agt. C1IU. F. F1SCIIER' Proprietor lutes $7 ana $1 H per week. Special rates to families. House open all the yearn f

e's Common Sense Medical Adviser," Address MRS.: IT. C. BRRRY Sea Broece Fla.
plaining the laws of life and health in W. J. FARRELL', __-'___.____ _, .. ._" ", _.__ .._.__... .__it--.' _____ 6
Soliciting Freight Agt.; r
ear and interesting language, with -ARTHUR.T. FEASTER. ,
any valuable suggestions and receiptsr 224 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
Opened
curing common ailments by simple INRIAI T RIVER I OTRI.J, The Hotel Placid -
nme-treatment_ It baa over three honed January, 1894

illustrations and colored platea. A WEAKI MEN MADE VIGOROUSMX. ,* JACKftONVltXK, FLORIDA. t
rang paper-bouud.copy will be sent ab- TITUSVILLE
lutely free, on receipt of. 31 cents incent In the center of the (city on :Main Street, the dividing line between east anti west
,- stamps} to pay the cost of mail- t Indian Rivers one block from liny. Everything entirely new. Elegantly!: furnished throughout. f
Bf g only. Address-'World's Dispensary I.. i1 Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all trains. Terms) fj.no: per day and
ledical Association No. 663 Main St., Fla.ARTHUR upwards. Special rates by. the week. N L. WARD, Proprietor.
uffalo N. Y. A handsome cloth-bound, -
autifully stamped copy will be sentr a "1 1'1. 11"'DC'f. OaL
31 cents What PEFFERuS eNERYI6OR OMOther. r T. FEASTER.
t tmeD
Yonnq men regain t old MAXAOKR.: Seminole Hotel *
A Miniature Eauroad.John NCIO".I'yoatbtul vigor." Ab.el.teJl Oura.tae.etd.t.ea -
a r1elgerv..ae..a 4I.ayt.attg. Open All The Year.
W. Shriven, a young man, par- e...... s.. r!.II'..ja O_ry,__.... vivtil
OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
ally crippled and now living in Dener ea.-, aiuft.dtoulimcrttiim. W.tftcttoitrtf rd. orflDWnltT I o i has built a diminutive practical '! .. WEST PALM BEACH
,, taldroplrt lmpauro. y" ,1JJ pItilg1 i'i FLORIDA.
motive In we a P .s 7YB.AVIieB. orln.nd IS Only a few minutes'
or. faot.. might say Inlf : tor .
mplete railroad. It is now running can b e carried la v.*paoket. ,,. aId plain wrapVbKmSSZZtSSZ walk from Railway stations This hotel Is subetantianibulU of brick, and has every convenience. Close to Q fr 7
nd carrying children day. The
ngine 'weighs 460 pounds.every Its length &;Vx xMX. .. N1'i aearaa<. Ua1.M' .4i : Inga. with fishing tackle on board for the UN of ,..ell". Rates, from 11.00: per day anti
rith tender is 6 feet inches. The i On the banks of the upwards; special rates.by the week or month ..
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lylinders Sold by J. B. Screven only. -Si-a far-famed Indian River. GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor. '
are IX Inobes diameter by

X inches stroke ,and the driving ------. -'- (jI<
wheels inches diameter. The entire ;

lain, consisting of engine tender four OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. HOTEL ALGONQUIN HOTEL, COQUINA ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA, FLA.

Observation oars box oar and caboose C

M wlons 29 feet of long.water The and with tender 0 gallons carries inhe 6 Seaside t Inn M...W. EATMAN, Proprietor, Open for Summer Season of 1807 June 22nd. FloefSurf. $ Bathing, Fishing'and

boiler the engine can run two hours ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. wheeling. SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY. itt

ithont replenishing Goal is burned t h'"
'New rurnltnr, and FUtnrw tbrotiuhoat.Xlaetrlo HARRYIL.IDEEMAN, Manager.
in the standard locomotives.tOTMMhT FLA. a
AT SEABREEZE ball In every room. Frontlnc tit* Old Now open'for the Summer Seaitoo. ta',
T I The best of Surf BathBUILDISO l Slave Market sad I1wa. Overlooking tha Bay,
.....*. A'JTEW Ing, Good Fishing, and a with..* oomn vlow., All white b.lp. IUUIMS' ----- -------- -_ .- ., ----.---- -..- .------ |!I' '

The ingenious] device used by Dr. COMFOBTAB- 1 beautiful, wide, smooth per day end upward. Bpvolal WMkly rue.
aa tinhorn for obtaining samples ofe !,T ,I beach for Driving and t Bampta room. STANTON HOUSE. ',

stomach contents is of the size of a ruBirisHED. | Bicycling.. .
oall peanut, with an open incurvedThe Specialby /. -
day. "?
patient swallows it readily, Rates. $2.00 per D. J. JONES; Proprietor. '
dafter five minute It U withdrawn the Week. I The Colonnade.: ft i11\
J by> the silk thread to which it Ua" ORAMLINO, Proprietors I ,
ched and the contents submitted &0lamination. STEWART On the Peninsular opposite J>.A YTOYA. Rates $2.00 I pat day. Special Terns s to

Patients do not complain kr
it .. roost do of the stomach lube.- The Swannanoa Large airy and well-fnrnlsbed room., with all Modern Conveniences, electric Families.

popular Science NewLAp..uesu. .. .s' lights, bells etc. -
Plenty. of shade outside hotel makes: It a delightful place for children. '
ASHEVILLE, N. C. Two Minutes Walk from Central :'
tt c--cs- Dancing twice a week In Casino.

The observations of Professor Gcla- THOUOII modest and unobtrusive REDUCED RATES for Summer season, 97.50 per week and upwards. Engage Depot, iw a,1
bolf of Moscow have convinced him that conducted hotel laAsbevllle _
there is no better your rooms at once. CHATTANOOGA TENN..
ndiciU. U not' only a contagious The popularity of The Swan- TREE: HACK from Daytona depot. Addreu: ,
He. but that it sometime occurs id' to Its unique location, its I
SYDNEY UAIOU t"
l &he excellence of Prop. tFort
n icsj. It homelike atmosphere, t
was unusually prevalent location
Seabreeze, J1a.- 'Nice family home; Pleasant ;
1Ia moderate pricea. .
Moscow last year. .To illustrate. Pro- Its cuisine, and Its very rates. house and furnishings new; Modern eon*
e or Gol1abd mentions that in a small $:l.60 per day. Liberal weekly Pierce Hotel leoee.. No better lI"hln. and beetg -
boarding school when in several years R. B. BAWLS, lag ID tbe 8ta. .1. i r. :II. TYLER

had MM ...> a single oasw of apPsndicitis I Prop.Asssvuas J'or3Pkro.'F1a. Ifroyrl.ton.

two months.) to treasad seven. OMM within I i Central, on, street car Hue., X. C. : The ADVOCATE d.Iran: job printing. : OX INDLAN.1UVLE. N..loIet. 'Formerly of New Haven, Coaa.II' .,'

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OUR CAPITA'L! IJ2TTEB. The Bicycle' Maces ROBBINS & GRAHAM DUREN .&' FEASTER......
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'I From our special correspondent.] Saturday evening-last, under the auspices GROCERIES, FRUITS &: VEGETABLES, Florida

of the Titusville Cycle Club, were ...La" ors...
TALLAHASSEE, FLA., Sept. 1, 07. y
witnessed by a large number of inter Western Meats of All Kinds.Crockery, Glass and Tinware
Several bidders for the state printing : .
ested spectators. The weather was per I I Your: patronage:
t wi have been at the oapltol this week, feet In every respect for the occasion, WILL; PRACTICE IN ,STATE AND TITUSVILLE Solicited,, ,
colating data to file bids for the state. but unfortunately, owing to the latenessof FLORIDA
i ) dh .. work. the hour In starting/ only two races, the UNITED STATES COURTS. ,

i It has been rumored here this week mile open and five-mile handicap, were '

the that Tallahassee operations will Southeastern soon be resumed Railway.on arranged mile lap events for, the being half-mile left.",out and of three-the ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished E. L. ::S .. ..:C ::s O


t ;: J,4'GROCERIES' -: Thirty has miles been of graded this road and towards six miles Gainesville of- progr In the mme.mile open, John C.'Jones came, for Lands in Brevard and' Dade Groceries; ,Grain. Hay,, Garden Seed, Fertilizers; Staple & Fancy Groceries? Jj

track laid from Tallahassee. in first, with.>I Sam: Perkins-- -second, 'and 'Counties. ,And Food Products of all kinds. Grain,'Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Mail r
third. Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River
i Governor Bloxham: has been given 'Roswell In dealing ezelueivd 1 i
; AT Coleman won first place
We invite '
Florida I the above line of goods.. your correspondence and solicit patwij
a two scholarships in the Sarah the five-mile handicap, with Perkins second your
t Irwin Mattlnglys College, for, girls, In and Jones third. Wesley Joyner, We have a large List .Very truly, E. L...BRADY & BRO., TitUHville,flj
Rock Bottom Prices.
Washington, D, C., The governor will at the commencement of his last lap '
; be glad to know of any two :young ladles when turning Scrlmgeour's corner, bad of Lands owned by,
.,. in Florida who would like to attend this the misfortune to fall, breaking the
Strictly For Cash. : Institute. frame of his wheel in two places, but and clients. F'IRE IN'S VR 4 3JcxI ....

Hon. W. N. Sheats, State Superintendent luckily escaping Injury himself beyond a ourselves :E'roteat YO-u.r Drape
pf Public Instruction who last few scratches and bruises; He Immediately -
was
w ..GRUBER & GRIOQS.. "
week and director of secured another wheel and pluckily Price for unjmproved BY INSURING IN The "Old Hartford, Fireman's Fund? Providence ft,
1t : ,. Titusville. Fla. the State Agricultural College and experiment continued In the race, but could not ington., or Sun Mutual Insurance Company. All well known as the stronirnt
station at Lake City. vice Dr. make un the lost time. The- mishap was Jands-$3tolOO safest companies la America. GEO. B. RUMPH, JR.,

I Clute resigned as declined the election. due to the. pedal of his wheel strikingthe Agent for East Coast,,
This will necessitate the election of another road when making the turn. per acre. *\ Titusville, Florida
iji Palmetto Drag Store president of the college by the -

Board of trustees. There are a number 'Important- WE have a few Residence, Orange
Suit.
//1] of. applicants the position. -
X. HC9TOTC.! Prop., No.8 Atlantic Block:, The number of Immigration and colonization Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable G. CARY-EL WES,

M DAYTONA, FLORIDA. enterprises for Florida Is still In- A suit has been Instituted in the Uni- Prices Reasonable.TITUSVILLE .
t creasing. There has never been a time ted States court, Jacksonville by JohnJ. 'locations. FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE;:]
011 IIIJI DRUGS Medicines Chemicals within the history of the state when Philbrick, Wm. R. Kerr and Geo. W. .
there has been) so great an enquiry for Allen,prominent citizens of Key West,, the & London & Globe Insurance
Information from every section of the against George J. Baer, of ,Missouri, to OFFICES : 1 WEST PALM BEACH, Representing Liverpool ; Company, andt
a y ,Fine Toilet Soaps, Brushes, Combs, country. It Is an astonishing fact that require the defendant to deliver to the and ,MIAMI. Mutual Life Insurance Company, of New York.
1 I Etc. Perfumery and Fancy Toilet applications are being made by peopleIn plaintiffs a certain portion of the bonds .s.'
Y the north to act as agents for subscriptions of the city of KAY West which he is to !tir" Tour Business Solicited, .
*, Articles in Great Variety.Physicians' receive in settlement of a judgment TITUSVILLE '
1 1 to Florida newspapers in orderto ...WILL E. KNOX... FLORIDA
disseminate against the city. The plaintiffs allege
reliable Information about
i rv 1 Prescriptions Accurately Florida. that they have,'called on, Baer for an '
: and that he refuses and DISPENSES OF .
Compounded. Articles of Incorporation of the Trans- accounting,
Peninsular Ship Canal have been filed In denies that the plaintiffs are entitled to THE DECANTER. 7
0 share In the bond Both to
parties
the any Soda Water DrinksOF
pffloe of the Secretary of State, and -
the suit have agreed that the bonds be -
.
lettersr., patent will be Issued by the stateto "
Z ..t :.. the the latter of held by a depository until the respective
company part .Sep ALL,KINDS cIc tenaker
rights shall be ascertained by a court. of I..osley
1 tember, granting a charter. This is one ; ,
: of the most stupendous enterprises ever equity. Etc.
Milk Shakes Ice Cream
1 ',' projected In this state, and ,carries the Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rnms, Gins and ib1stI

1 : enormous million dollars.capitalization Letters of patent seventy-five have Progressive, Euchre Party.An Jjy- Pure distilled water used In our Bottled Beers, Ales and Stont. ---

been Issued to the James Lumber Co., at fountain. A First-class Line of ,Cigars.* eel. Billiard and Pool Tabl

I'L. Apalachicola, with a'capitalization off enjoyable'progressive euchre party (In Chafifee & Go's, drug store). Family and hotel trade Is solicited Prompt and careful attention given to i
at the Casino, Beautiful,
A : ;I5O 000 and to the Havana Tobacco Co., WM given City'
LOSLEY & RENAKER
re order.
orders. Cash must ,Tttuavil1eFl
at_OOala, with a capitalization of $ ,OOO. Tuesday night.; There wee seven tables, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.To accompany your
and play was continued with 'great zest
Your correspondent, finding so many for two hours. This was followed by
r. -.. railway officials representing such a vast dancing, which was kept 'up until 12 Exchange.Fine DECKER
L. A.
/ Investment of capital and Interests In o'clock. At the conclusion of the euchre .. a e
ii : / Florida at the capitol this week, could game; the following were declared the' new, two-story dwelling,"7 rooms,
not refrain from Interviewing them upon winners : lit prize for gentlemen, C. A. fitted with water and gas throughoutand ___]:::,Will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of :::[-
"I the'outlook for business for Florida the Ballough 2nd prize, James Ballough; bath room; situated on the corner T
", coming season These interviews were booby prize, Wilson Austin: lilt prize of First Street and French avenue, San-
; published in the Jacksonville dally for ladles, Mrs. Jullen; 2nd prize, Mrs. S. ford, Fla., on two lots surrounded by CYPRESS AND 'GEORGIA PINE LUMBER)
i "j7/ J-( PINEAPPLE ,PLANTS. papers at length, and It must certainly II. Bishop; consolation prize, Miss Laura iron fence, sulphur ,and city water. '
I be gratifying to the citizens of Florida to Fish. Several players had equal points, Would exchange for house and land on
{_I'J know that the prospect for a large vol- and the winners were determined by"outtlng" Indian River, eqlll valent f2OOO. :aroJSrfslec1.:: : tnc1.: E1.ou.gh.:
Fancy Pineapple Slips & Suck- ume of business for the coming season tbe cards. The names of the Address, E. N. S.,
Is most flattering. In this connection fortunate ones are given above. care ADVOCATE, Also Mouldings and ,Turned Work Brick Lime C Ceae!
;
i en for Sale. perhaps It would not be Inopportune to Titusville, Fla.Don't ,
say. tbat the northern press is almost
C Abbakas, Egyptian Queen, Golden unanimous in its praise of the wonderful and Crates of All Descriptions.
Eau Gallle State Bank.
,'; e Queen, Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and recuperative powers of the state, and of Look at This T1tu.vj,11e FloridaJAMES
,
Il $ Ked Spanish. Apply to Its bright future prospects. The Balti-

I HADDOCK A MATTHAMS, more American, In a recent Issue, asserts Last week, Attorneys Jones, Robbins, .
"Palm Beach Pinery," that Florida Is now la an era of astonish Gaulden and Goldsmith appeared before Naughty but Nice. WHY? PEITCHABD, President; W. M. BROWN, Vice-President: :
West Palm Beach, Fla. ing development, with capitol pouring Judge Broome at chambers at Orlando, Because It'. DEATH. C.. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
into the state, and with it Is growing a and seventeen oases were heard at one
i large increase of population.The stage or another. Col. Gaulden made an 20th Cockroach and
A Cut to the Cutters.
.' event of the week at the capitol earnest and eloquent appeal for the appointment Century INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN
,- has been the general hearing before the of a master In the Eau Gallle ,
First-class home grown Smooth Cay- railroad commission. Representatives Bank case but the 'judge sustained the Waterbog Exterminator. -

mane Suckers, freight paid, at 9130 per of all the roads In the state were here opposition to it. He* however, won for (Incorporated under the Laws of the!State of Florida.)
L thousand. also representatives of several boards of Col. II. J. Tiffin In the, suit brought !tt5T Surest ever sold. Guaranteed.Sent """
CHARLES C. CONVEBS!, trade. The railway officials asked for against him by Mr. Harper. Since the return postpaid on receipt of price, 25cta. "I Authorized capital, $1 100,0
Bahla, Fla. further time of thirty days to review the of counsel home, the Eau Gallic wanted. J"J"FJ I Paid up capital $25,(
Bank matter has been settled amicablyto Agents .
w ,rules and regulations proposed to be I Average deposits, $160,
1 J the satisfaction of all parties.
adopted by the commission for the gov- WILLIAMS' DRUG STORE, "--
I Choice Pineapple Plants. ernment of the railroads. The commission State Agents, JACKSONVILLE, FLA
not anticipating a request for such A Card. Transacts a General Bu'Business.
b ,j Smooth Cayenne, Envll City, Abbaka, a length of time, took the matter under
+, "and Red Spanish, grown without cover, advisement until Thursday morning -
and from young plants. Guaranteedfirstclass. when they Issued an order setting Sept. Capt. E. II. Rice desires us to state Globe Gas Engines .
f > Apply or address, 20th as the date which they would adopt that through a misunderstanding his I Bank Oil W
I and Oldest on
Largest
C. A. ROBINSON, commission schedules, rules and regula- property is advertised this week In the
Eden, Indian River, Fla. tions. It is proposed by the commission delinquent tax list, whekeas he has paid Exchange old on all Foreign Coontiw I
x to leave undisturbed existing rates and all his taxes. Stationary and Marine

i/ schedules, both passenger and freight, DIRECTORS:
Fancy Pineapple Plants. with the exception of rates on vegetablesand W.B.'B4anTTPretIuf
f Mtjtf ILAAVlUlBVt \ ,
oranges In which there Is slight; reduction the National Bank of JackeonvlILpJ l
te rlasd mhg leavedg nwithoutAbbaka but to hear Individual complaints East Coast Meat MarketJ. t The Safe, Reliable and Econ- Jaoksonvllle DUBKKB (VIce-President), and W. M.National DaowS' Bat
be and
as they may lodged flied
? f ana Jamaica Ripley plants for sale. with the commission under the rules.' omical Power (for Business and OOBBBSPONDKSTS.S .

E. C. B. TYMDALI, T. HINTON, Manager. Pleasure Boats National Bank of New Tort"
F Waveland, Fla. ; National Bank of Jacksonville.
Play'at East Daytona. ::Sf: '
em C> Auxiliary Power and 1"I".rUSVILLE, FLA.ORr .
pt :::!
y Porto Rico Slips Mrs H. Seagrave Adams, with her enPas I
usual histrionic' ability, a Use.
gave very Stationary
Grown under cover. Apply for prices
creditable three-aot-farce entertainment
c:> : SfA.LF c-----
it to the Porto Rico s>>
Delaney Pineapple entitled :Masques} at the Ocean Beach =- For Catalogues and prices, -
r ,I ; % Plantation, :Hlcco, Fla. House, Seabreezo, last Friday evening. -=a. Address G. F.. PAD DISON, Eau Gallie. Florid

The front porch of the hotel was fitted up -- BENJ. W. JEROME, .

4s Pineapple Slips for Sale. as a stage, and it certainly showed good =a Roc ledge, Fla. In order to reduce my stock for yearly Inventory- October let, I am offering ]
i taste on the part of the ladies who were e9ua ..

j Red Spanish, Queen', Porto Rico's occasion.instrumental The In attendance arranging it was for good the, = For Sale. ENTIRE;STOCK OF Hardware Stoves .Tinware etcAt
,
and Abakka's, from well-cultivated and and about $10 was realized, which sum .. b Power house-boat, Buckeye, 05-f long, M' ,
1' ok well-fertilised plants.. Growers know will go towards the amount,required to 22-ft beam; two decks; well found, and reduced prices: Mason's Fruit Jars, pints"GOcts; quarts, (63cts i ; balf-gall
this pays.; Address, purchase and maintain alife-line, for Titusville Florida.: In. A No. 1 condition; bottom coppered. 1.00 per dozen. One-third pint jelly glasses, 33cts dozen, 3 dozen for ,i.

JOHN TAYLOR, the surf bathers at the above place. ------- --- For price, address, Eight-oz. Duck, best quality lie. yard by the .bolt; 2-burner Blue Flame
O.,K. WOOD, Agent. Stuart Fla The cast of characters was as follows : BKJTJ.: W. JEROME, Stoves, $6.00; 3-burner Blue Flame Oil Stoves, with oven, $15.00. Write for I a

M Mrs King, Miss Annie Rand; Phyllis, Call at YOUNGS'... Rockledge, PIa.WANTED on Graniteware, Tinware, Wood Stoves, rope, boat goods, etc.
Mrs. II. Seagrave Adams Laura, Miss
Smooth Cayenne Pineapple
Cressie Adam.; Fannie Miss Laura Fish;
Suckers for Sale. Anna, Miss Bessie Rana; Josephine, Miss .....TONSORIAL PARLORS. FAITHFUL MEN OR Home-Grown /
May Rand. Considering the short time., to travel for responsible FOR SALE.... -
I have 20,000 to 00,000 Smooth Cayenne In which the participants had to learn For an ARTISTIC HAIR CUT or NEAT established house in Florida. Salary
I pineapple suckers for sale; all their respective parts, they are to be SUAVE. Ladies Hair Dressing $780 and expenses. Position perman-
4 home grown, and strictly first class. congratulated on affording such a delightful a Specialty. ent. Reference. Enclose. self-addressed _, PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS ?)
Cheaper, than any other reliable firm evening's amusement. Uutchinson Ave. .Titusville, Fla. stamped envelope. The National, Star e
} will sell. ? _______ Insurance Bldg., Chicago. Of the following Varieties : "

QKO. II. WRIGHT'FSa. For Sale. I ,Abbaka Porto Rico Egyptian Queen Golden Queen JUpley Queen, S
Orlando, JOSEPH ZAPFWHOLESALE ..... i
,1. Eighty acres of good land, located about BOOKKEEPING Cayenne Pernambnco and Red Spanish.
DEALER ,
four miles east of Titusville, on the east
:Nursery Stock for Sale. shore of Indian River, comprising ten Anheoser-Buscli thoroughly taught for: $1 Apply, to O.' C. MATTHAMS: Florida Pineapple feMG CJo":
acres of fine hammock, suitable for Brewing Ass'nFamous b|AllrallalR eft' Welt Palm
l orange and vegetable growing, and fifty
One and two-year-oldbuds on sour Bookkeeping ChartNo
St. Louis Lager Beer.
acres of rich muck land, adapted to the
) j.' orange: stock: Pineapple, Parson Brown, cultivation of sugar cane or vegetables. Sold by Losley A Renaker, Titusville. Booklet teacher required.

y Maltose Homosassa Blood, Jaffa. Boone's, St Michael Early, Ruby* There are one hundred budded orange Manufacturer of Soda and Mineral partlc l. ,free. AddrcwCku.M.AtrakMM givingfull. United States Twine & Net Co O OM :
{ Tardiff Majorca, Dancr ,Tangerine, Sat- trees on the place and three or four hundred Waters. Wholesale Liquor Dealer. C.a.l ... J. Principal and Founder Abrmhamxm -(
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,.uma Mandarin and King. Grapefruit banana plants i: also a small dwelling SANFORD; FLORIDA Biulneaa Collet KitabUshed 1880. ,
March! Seedless, Walter's Improved and !!.Cuse.For sale.at tie low figure of $600.
'Trlum Lemon : Genoa, August This offer Is only good for 00 days. Ad- 23 Fulfon St., New York N. Y.

,$ Tllla Franca, Carney (Sicily). All stock dress, KLONDIKE:, ,
guaranteed first-class and free from Insects care ADvocATE, Headquarters for All Kinds ofFISH
and disease. Write for prices. Titusville, Fla. Hardware; Tinware Glassware

J. M. CHAFFER, ,
L +(I i t' CantUef, Marlon Co., Fla. Take Note of This. -- NETS and all.

o F. E. C. Ity. Excursion.Low For sale a comfortable home, situated Woodeniare Stoves and Novelties Knives .
.a on the Halifax River, at Port ; ,
large and nicely laid out r< Oran; G
rates will also be made to'J k- miles south of Daytona. House Is large Forks SpooHs Etc..... NET FIXINGS
,sonvllle from all points on the above !. and completely furnished, with three ,
railway on Saturday next, Sept.,4th, the acres of land surrounding It, planted IDa
TUusville When in Jacksonville do not fail to give us a call, as we keep one of the big.geetlittes -' SI)"
rate from being $3.60, good tot variety of fruit treea-orange, grape, All Gill "EAGLE BR.Cflne
Cotton Celebrated
Nets
return until Tuesday, Sept. 7th, for the etc. Tine locality for fishing and hunt- ) of the above good In the city. our Staple Cotton Twine are made of the brand,not sold eUewnere.
labor celebration of Oth. For further -our own
The address. LINEN
Day Sept Ing.
l the occasion promises Mae particulars VUILLACMI:, :I?. .;-JIENEKE, (Successor to J. L.Fiber.) GILL NETS, of the best thread obtainable. Patent an*Rhea -,
Extra quality steam tarred Cotton Lines.
h to be especially,I Interesting. Daytona, Fla. 233 Everett Block; JACKSONVILLE, FLA. tarred Manila Rope. Oiled] Clothing, oars Hanging, etc., etc. Write for prices.




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