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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: September 10, 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: UF00079909:00095
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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NEWS -Mr. Geo. M. Robbins has been in I FOR ALL Kinds ol 7
..LOCAL. Jacksonville. day or two this week. I send to F' W.Bicycles BKBHS,and St. Aug.Sundries Men's' hose collars Bo. Gardner Walker Broke Ills Leg. HOTEL NOTES.

Topic of General Interest. -"Do know a good ?" If ustlne, Fla. -
'- do you do read! thing -Col. D. L. Gauldon paid Cocoa a Engineer D. Maddox, of the dredge WHIRR to. atop. See list of kotaJaoa>>
you or not the ad.
on our
visit oni Tuesday.Mr. tender Dennjr.had the misfortune our 7th. page.
Lty and. Oenerai Gossip In connection I 4th page. tq get
Blueprints, 60. yard 'Gardner & W. his leg<< broken by being caught In the ..
Bay Lake Worth, Indian, Percy Walton spent from Saturday -'
h Blweyne : --Mr: Chas. Hammond of fpf We nave some fine viewsof our
: Cocoa has until machinery of the boat Sunday last,
Hirer, We.t
and Halifax Key Monday at Seabreeze.
nana Point alone the I been appointed notary public for the Postmaster S. ,Gibbs, of Melbourne when coming up the canal a short distance East Coast hotels etc., which will be
I all other Important Florid. i' state at large. !' was In tows Monday. Judge M. S. Jones was attending to south of New River. The Injuredman forwarded to any part of Cnnatliw or the
Brief mention of
t Coast of law, business In Cocoa on Friday and was taken to Jacksonville United States upon receipt at twocentstamp
liospl
erecting Events from Varloo Parts 'I -Mr. Geo. W. Soobie has been busily -Miss Carrie Wimbley' of Tampa Saturday! last.Attorney tal for treatment. to pay; postage.
ftheWorld I About People Ton Know engaged this week putting his lawn and niece of Marshal R. S. Smith, is spending
fa People Yon Don't Know Picked sidewalks in good order. a month in town, the guest of her unolo.Capt W; I. Metoalf. of West A later account received an the AD-
fby Oar. Society, Kdltor and a large staff Palm Beach was In town a snort while Dreynr.tTent'herl'l' Institute VOcAna.oftlco announces that work upon
"correspondent.Matured. alone thet -Mr. J. D. Crabb. having returned Quay has joined his father- on Tuesday.Mr. the, Nassau hotel has been deferred by
from his summer vacation is now at- Senator Matt. Quay-at.St. Luole and Mr. VUgler.: .
Cowt of Florida. tending to business again at Cocoa. between them they hope to make a good and Mrs. B. B. Pylon are now The above Institute will be hold In Tltusvllle "
record hauling in occupying the Burns cottage, on 'Wash ,. at the schoolhouse, commencing St.Augnstlno! Is surely blessed by the
-Mr., and Mrs. G. F. Duren of this tarpon. ington avenue, /South Tltusv lle. Monday,' the 20th\ Inst., ROll oontlnuq efforts 'of the Henry M. IMaglnr, Ball-
[Never fall to read our Inside pages. place, have been sojourning for several -Marshal Smith arrested three tramps for. week. It U expected l that a largo ,way,. Hotel and Land systems In secur r
> will always find something to In1st days at Soabreoze this week. Monday last and two on Tuesday, and ": Purser Chas. Gaillard of the steam- number of teacher w avail themselves log to the city the many conventions

you. '-Mr. R. R.'Ricon, Eden's prominentfish after letting them rest a few hours in ot St. Augustine, paid 1vlllit to his relatives of thin opportunity to booome more familiarized and1.excursions which, through the me- ,
started them In ye Ancient Clue last Saturday.Mr. diem of these
of jail on their journey south. with conducting their respective departments broughtto
communications for this merchant spent a couple days or
All paper
lould r be addressed "THB ADVOCATE, so In Jaclcsopvllle the first of the week. -Mrs. C. J. F. Campbell of Mel T. A. Whltalcer, Armour's well schools on line that will prove the Ancient City to enjoy Its benefits
the most beneficial to their and deposit with the business men a
known traveling salesman In town pupils.
was
Fltusvllle Fla"This will Insure 1mlediate ilardee bourne passed through here, yesterday '
R. ,
-Hon. A. of Sebastian en route home from New part of Wednesday and Thursday. snug proportion of their mush. General<<
attention. was in town Monday and Tuesday, greeting York where Superintendent: C. B. Kaott of the Flor-
J-Mr. S. F. Gray spent from Monday his many friends with an..Auld Lang she went! to purchase a stook of goods.Mr. ..Mrs. W. F. Richards and little The New Steamboat Company. Ida Kant Coast Hotel System, Informs the

Saturday at Miami. Sine hand-shake.,,. Grotjan Ronald, of Lotus after daughter Trlxle, of Eden have been !St., Augustine Times-Union correspondent +
fil
I spending several weeks with his mother spending a couple of days or BO at Cocoa that be Is advised by Dr. SboppardW.
I
The Indian River and
-Mr. Geo. B. Humph jr. Tltusvllle's Bay Biscayne
Mr A.vA.'Fordj; Eau Gallle's at this,_week. Foster dean of the Southern Medical
prom- Seabreeze off ,
popular young/ Insurance agent and bank I stopped here. Tuesday Inland Navigation Co., of St. Augustine, ,I 4,
U fish dealer. gave us, a pleasant call clerk went down to Miami last Friday, On his way to his Merrill's Island home. -Rev. E. V. Blackman, who lets boon are said to have leased wharf from Mr. I eollege that the Southern Dental association ?
onday. on a visit to Jacksonville and St. Angus R. B. of Palm located will hold Its next annual meC't- ex
f to assist in the Bay Biscayne bank. -Mayor John B. Keilly of Miami. Moore Reach
Miss B. Wraith of this place Is stay owing to holding the ottloe of. UnitedStates tine, passed through here, Wednesday, just north of Mr. II. M.\ FIII ler'l private ing In St. Augustine, and that It will be a

at Seabreeze with Mrs. L. A. Brady .-Read, on", our Inside pages "Starting" Commissioner has soot in toOov on,hi* way to Miami. residence and close to the Royal Pol not- date sometime has about April decided I. 189$. The exact
Fig Trees "Watering Horses "Os- not been Mr.
Thin wharf will bo enlarged and upon.
week. Bloxham his t': ana.'
l resignation as notary public. -Mr. A. Jennings cousin of our
trich Hunting "Brevard School Board office and Knott Is busying himself In proaiirlng.
an baggage, waiting freight
rair. A. -Goldy, a prominent pine- Statement" "Mr. Eastman's>t Specula- -Send to the ADVOCATE: office and get county clerk Mr. A. A. Stewart arrived room added and as it Is so clone to the gatherings; of all kinds, not only for the c J
le grower of Gomez .,returned home tion (an Indian River story)," etc. a copy of the "Florida East Coast Home- from Savannah on Wednesday, to spenda palatial hotels we have no doubt' they hotels, under his superintendence but

in /St. Augustine Frld'aylaa .. Station: Agent F. O. Williams left cooker," which is full of Interesting In- day or so In town. will get a big share of the tourist travel. for the general prosperity of the Florida
formation, useful to would-be settlers. -Mr. Wm. M! Given civil East, Count lie Is satisfied that the
'need write to engineer
last
-When you a bicycle here Saturday, on a two or throeweeks'
No charge for season of 1H07-U8 willful exceed that of
nr. Beers St. Augustine.- Hundreds. 'vacation In Washington D. C., I same., and surveyor, who has been doing somemap' Guava Jelly Juice.Mr. all previous ones. In this natural consequence <
hrst-class bicycles stock. e and other places. He intended spending I -Mr. Alfred Cox 'a well known pineapple work In town for Brevard School of the farmer1 harvest of *
a few days at Daytona and Jacksonvilleen grower of Eden. paused through I Board returned home to Cocoa on prosperity i
-Work on laying new ties on-tile line i Wednesday.Mr. James Carnell the well known Land Commissioner J. E. Ingra-
he J., T. A K. W. Railway at Titnsla route.' here Tuesday en route borne after I ham of the Florida East Coast Railway Yusystem
spending several weeks in New York and C. B. B. llarrtaon of Waveland guava jelly manufacturer, oamti up from his endorsement for
.
progressing satisfactorily.Mrs. County" Clerk A; A. Stewart and Uarte county, lost Saturday to a gives during
,
other cities. Is now with Capt.; C.V. Brownrlgg on pay his recent western be became satis-
trip
wife spent from Saturday until Monday $
.- Helen W. Reynolds "and little visit to his\ family at Ormond. For ome
St. where for Palmettoes the yawl Osprey on the Halifax river fled that the people would h ave
week at Augustine they went are now being planted weeks past he lies been extracting the money
Viaml Ighter' returned Mabel after home spending last Saturday.a the purpose. of placing their daughter out alongside the platform of the East where they are giving their friends, delightful Juice from guava for shipment to Or Instead of wheat, to burn this winter, w
Miss Zandle in. that well known andpopular Coast Railway depot at Tltusville which outings.Mr. mond to Make Into his delicious Jolly. and that they would come.to Florida to *"/

[Quite a large crowd of excursionists educational establishment will very much Improve the appearanceof C. R.. Stewart who has boon Up to .date we understand ho has ex.tradted burn It. For thin reason, like Mr. Knott, trt

Jnt from Saturday until Monday in Joseph's Academy. ( things In that locality. spending several weeks ,on his prange :3,23:1: : gallon of juice, which will Mr. Ingraham; notifies the people to put

ksonville-going by way of. the East -Cashier Chas. H. Garthside of the -Mr. and Mrs. James Holmes and grove at Coquina, returned to town make over :11,410011111. of jelly We have forward their boat bargains

Line. Bank of Bay Biscayne, returned to Miami children of Jensen passed through here on Tuesday saying his trees are looking samples of Mr. Cnrnell' guava jolly on .
r Mr. Richard Gladwin came up from Monday last to resume Ills duties Tuesday, on their way to that delightful remarkably well. view In the AIIVOOATIB oflloe, nnd-like Thanks.
\ml yesterday and will spend a week after an absence of about five weeks, mountainous resort-Aahevllle, N. C.- Mr. C. A. Bacon'*-certainly I. of line -
Mr. and Mrs. J. .
J. White after A railroad official In Jack
I so in town. Dick's friends are glad part of which time was spent very pleas- where they will remain for some time. spending the summer at Frankfurt quality and flavor sonvllle prominent writes follows "Plea
ee him here at his home Jn Utica N. Y. and in us as !
again. antly
-Mrs. F.V'. Beers and 1'rIlob.t returned homo. to Rooklodgo.on! send of
New York son!! Fred A 1'ronperoii Concern. me seventy-tlvo copies your pink
Tobacco seed and Instructions Jot city. former residents of Tltusvlllo, have re Tuesday, accompanied by Mrs. A. P. paper and charge to me. No paper on

nation to be* given away (free) by -Mrs. S. U. Ilappersett her, two turned to St. Augustine from the mountains Bellows, mother of Mrs. White. the East Const has done M much real !

Ding at the ADVOCATE office, or send- children 1)"f West Palm Beach were of Georgia where they have boon -Mr. Ed. Stlllng Cocoa's prominent Mr. Ueorga B. Sodden of the Seldon good; for Brevnrd county as the newsy ,Vt

1 two-cent stamped envelope.Rev. among tile passengers on last Saturday's stopping for some time past. hardware and lumber merchant wax a Sash and Door Co. Palatka returned ADVOCATE which Is certainly a creditto
northbound train. They their homo on Friday< afternoon last after beautiful Indian Hlvur
were on your country
J. and his edition' on yesterday's northbound
A the
passenger
T. Huntington new pamphlet
to Jacksonville Orlando and other entitled upending a couple of days In Tit invite.\ I often state weeklies with
way compare our
bound for Me where his
jghter Miss Lottie who have been "East Coast of Florida and Adjoo train Snco ,
*
places; and expect 'to be away several This firm does an entirely wholesale the ADVOOATB, and am surprised at the i
,
wife and
Mrs.
pleasure trip 'to Europe have re- ent Islands" has been Issued by the F.E. daughter are visiting
and
bunlnoM the attention of merchants
amount of work .
ned to their home In Hartford Conn.ur weeks.A C. Ry. It Is full of Illustrations and Stlllng' parents. you put on every page.These
nil the Is drawn the
change of schedule went Into over state being to papers will be sent to would-be MiI.
county prisoners are doing a effect on the J.,. T. fc K. W. R'y., between Interesting for reading matter /Send to St. -Mrs. Goo. M. Robbln.and"famlly.who superior quality of !geode turned out at settlers, and where they will do the most
Augustine a
kt job around the jail courthouse and Titusville and Sanford Monday. copy. have been enjoying the mountain the above factory, the manufacturing of good to your section."

jet-iff Brown's residence at Titusville. The train leaves here at 10:35: a. m., arriving "':'Civil Engineer G. Trevor Spencer of air of North Carolina for some time past, which !give constant .employment to over

|e land has been thoroughly cleared up at Sanford at 1:20 p. m.; returning the Florida Coast; Line Canal & Transportation will return to TItusvllle abut the end of 100 men, with a pay-roll of nearly fi.OOO: Men'., boys caps 23o. Gardner
I grass planted out., ,, leaves Sanford at 2:3d p. m., arriving Co., loft St. Augustine Monday this month. Mr.\ Robbins expects to per month. The Holilen Sash and Door -- -, ..- ,----- ---'
at TItusville 5:06 p. m. for Asheville, N. C., where he will visit his family next week. Co.; and the Wilson Cypress Co. are of
Mr. Charles C. Converse of Bahia
remain a short while enjoying the mountain con lltrable benefit financially and Fine Hotel for Sale.
s around town shaking bands with I Purser.J. A..L velace Is duly Installed breezes; of that beautiful country. -Mrs. .?. O. Walton, Claude Walton otherwise-to tlio town of 1'alatka. -

many friends last Saturday. He left on the steamer Biscayne at Miami, and Mr. Cha II. Walton expect to leave .. ..__..__ Owner wishing to retire will sell the 'I
f Jacksonville same afternoon, return- where' be expects to remain until the jyricflne examine the name- nd- here, about Tuesday or Wednesday next oldest and best known transient* and "
| home on Tuesday. : Nassau steamer commences to run.' As date slip pasted upon your paper or for Wellington/ D. C.Now New York andthe Consolidated.The family hotel In Ashevllle, N. C. Small

Major. Louis McLaln the well known Mr. Lovelace was quite popular as purser wrapper every week, and see If you are White Mountains of Hampshire clUb payment. Central location f and
,
not Indebted to If shall be on a pleasure trip of a month or 110.I .
us. so
road contractor and phosphate mine on the steamer Monticello last wintor we consolidation of the TimesUnionwith valuable frontage., Apply to II
nor, after spending a few weeks at we presume he will again be appointed glad to have you send us the small I -Some of the machinery of the steam the Florida Citizen an event which LOOK Box tICS,

Men Park N. C., returned to his home to that position. amount owing. er Canaveral owned by the members of has been expected for several month, Ashevllle X. Q.

|St. Augustine last Saturday. Contractor J. A. McDonald and wife, -Banker Wm. M. Brown left on Tuesday Canaveral Club has been. sent to Jack. took plaoo yesterday., The name of the
for Hartford Conn. whore his wife sonvlUt for repairs. The work to be paper under the new regime I.I theFlorida
Conductor and Mrs. J. B. Reilly who have been Hare Chance.
Geo. of the Plant
Sewell men-Union and and It
Citizen
done Includes the re-boring of her ,
and children have been during the cylinder
summer
several weeks with relatives Id
stem, after a pleasant visit to Mr. and spending will be controlled the of
by
New Haven Conn., and other places month He also expects to pay re-packing It, a new,shaft, etc., mnnjigmnent For sale on Itldgewood 'Day
.rs. A. A. Ford, Ban Gallle, came up to the Citizen: with M r. Geo. W. Wllnon as avenue
passed through Tltusvtlle,* Friday last New York and Boston a visit In the Interest G. tona a nice residence and Improvedlot
tusville and has been spending the -Mr. G. Springer, the woll known editor-in-chief which Is a sufficient very
route home to Miami. They stoppedover of the TItusvllle Tannin ExtractCo. Ice In a desirable location. House Is
ek with Mr. and Mrs., H. J. Brown. en manufacturer of St. Augustine guarantee that the Interests of She state '
at.St. Augustine a short while on passed through here, Wednesday, en will be well cerved. It -us now' rented, and pays. ten per cent net.
ol. W. G. "WInans, owner of a fine their way south. -Miss Mattle May Il},U, after a visit route to Cocoa and Went Palm Beach pleasure to, learn that Mr. Thom T. This Is worth your attention.

eapple plantation at Eden spent from -Mr. F.'T. Budge, a well known and of several months with her uncle and on a visit of Inspection of his Ice factories Stockton gentleman well known for Address, "C, II W.ADVOOATB ./' .
tnrday until Monday In town-making successful merchant of Titusville and aant-Capt. and Mrs. T. W. Lund-returned and to attend to other business his sterling good qualities to office, -
e trip on the steamer St. Augustine.. to the home -of her parents in matter of business occupy We .Titusvllle, '1..
be Miami left for Urbana, 0., on Friday the/position manager.
colonel gave us a pleasant call while Jacksonville on Saturday last, quite a
last. He will be away about a Aonth. wish the Tl men-Union and Citizen every
I town. few of her t the station DlcyCle'Iaces.
friends-being to
: under the To Exchange.Fine .
Mrs. Budge and family and Miss Kate bid her adieu. success new management.
- -)Ir. J. O: Beet expect to leave here1day Pritchard are visiting relatives In the -
or tomorrow on a visit to Col. above city. Mr. Budge left Jacksonville> -TbeMlsse* Aline and Daisy Brady 'The TItusvllle Cycle ,dub, through School Hoard new', two-story dwelling, 7 rooms,
|. G. Winans at Eden. While down Saturday last on board the Clyde steamer expect to leave here to-morrow for the the ADVOCATE extend a cordial.Invita Meeting. fitted with water and ga throughoutand
e river Mr. Bait will represent the Algonquin bound for New York. South West Virginia Institute, Bristol, Lion to all admirers of cycle tiding, to attend bath room; situated on the cornerof
fcvocATE, and any courtesy extended Vs., where they will remain about nine their regular Saturday afternoon Among the bUlllnesl transacted at the First Street and French avenue, 8aa
Ira will be duly appreciated by us. I -Mr. Louis A.. Brady returned to months. They are two of TItusvllle' races. They offer as a''special feature School Board Sept. Und-ftrd, was the ford Kla., on two Iota surrounded by J
TItusvllle Monday last from Seabreeze bright and very popular young ladle, two match races, between Perkins and following That the school at Eden be Iron fence sulphur and city water.
-Mr. Geo. W.'Scobie has received a where be ha been enjoying the surf- and will be much missed by their many Walsh (live-mile), and,. Vanlandlnghamand located on the lot offered by Mr. Philips Would exchange for house and land oa '
|ter from Mrs. Scobie's physician in bathing bicycling etc., for a week or *o. friends. Hr. T5. L. Brady will accompany Davis (three-miles), the latter being being a part of lands of John MIller and Indian River, equivalent ''',(JOO. :x

Jiich he state that she is getting along JglrS. Brady and baby, who are now his daughters to Virginia. the first paced race ever run In Titus as noon as the proper transfer of the lotto Address .K. If. S., Scare

lend Idly. and that it will not be long pleasantly ensconced In a cottage close -A letter from Mr. W. W. .llle.. The races will commence promptly the School( Board Is made, the material ADVoc!\ry,
] his patient will be able to return tor 'to the Seaside Inn will probably remainat that whole souled Russell at 4m: tomorrow (Saturday) evening for the school building will be orderedon TItusvllle, )'la...
general of
Titusville home. It Is needless toy the ocean beach for some weeks to the Clnclnnatu Farm and Sebastian manager! JkClnclnnatn Sept. 11th; come, and enjoy the after the ml vice of Supervisor that they

that this 1* very gratifying news to come. They are enjoying their outing Farm Railroad who Is now noon. The programme will consist of are ready to build. It was ordered thata $:O.rs>i To New York and z'Iteturn.

Ir. Scobie and his wife's many friends. Immensely.Mr. in New York, says J "We are .t1l1wrNt- six event, a* follows: Half-mile dash new school district be established near .'' "
I and Mrs. H. S. Cortls (nee ling with the Jersey mosquitoes, whichare mile open, three-mile match race, paced, Vero and that the school be opened In -
-Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton and Miss Lorena Faber), of City Point who as bad aa those of Florida Well, Vanlandingham and Davis' ; live-mile temporary quarters central to the children Ocean Steamship Company, of Savannah ,

bout nude two Walton after a pleasant visit of have been to Chicago and other cities on we have very few.here at present, thank match race, Perklnn and Walsh;IlYe-mlle who attend. The offer Of a lot on offers this very low' rate.Ha-vannaUi I l
weeks at Seabreeze returned their honeymoon returned home on Sat- goodness. handicap; three-mile lap rae. Mr. Weir's property was declined *s It to New York and return, and a large'
pme on Wednesday. Mr. 'Walton leftr urday last Mrs. Curtis told us she Is only two miles from Woodtey school. number of merchants and others should !
> Jacksonville and Washington D. C., was delighted with Chicago and that '-Attorney Gordon B. Broome one of Supervisors were appointed*follows: take advantage of II. Tickets v'
are on
Teacher Examination.
sterday to confer with some capital both she and her husband Lad had a Miami' prominent followers of Black J. K Leatherman, No. 40/ Wabasso; tale from Savannah, for ship ...lUnlCSept.mber
's respecting a matter of some Interest grand time while away. Her mother- tone, topped off the train for a few Adam Dixon' Nrf. 47 lea E.
1.3. 4, 10 11 19 and 14 and
the The uniform state examination of JlJtOnll'J' ,
East Coast. He will also visit her to shake bands
continued with
Mrs. C. L. Faber sending minutes Tuesday, Andrews No, 48, ; ohlt Delaney good to return thirty days from date of
lew York and the White N. which Mrs.\ Cnrtlss said hU friends. Mr. Broome had been to teacher for Brevard county schools was
Mountains the ADVOCATE. No. 40, )fIcco, Ju .the
sale. t for Florida ;
trip our
chonlboune from
ere held at the TltnivlUe, peo r4
returning to Tltusvillet.CHOOL she read with much interest She cer- Jacksonville to attend to some law matter '
until of ple. Delightful! short ea, trip with elegant b
Tuesday Thursday this w..kl f
had H said the
ialnlr looked as If the trip agreed ADVOCATE wa much Notice.
and meals and berth Included In tbUprice
when nine candidate*-*lx white
. slate and pencils blanket, with her. This happy young couple ought after at Miami.. three colored presented themselves for b ,,and one get all the comfort and

r comforts, shirtings, matting. O.* W. were married! about three month ago. -The Tuesday evenlog dance givenat examination the names of the former The town registration books are now luxurlee: of a first-elate hotel 00 the.blpe
the Opera house, TltnivlUe, are very < of the Ocean for
being a* follows: Miss Basle F. Brown and Steamship
open at the) council room, will remain '
walsU. Gardner A Walker enjoyable. Quite a goodly number were which there I. the ticket'
IET: Ladles Ferris City Point; Miss L. Leathermsn Wood'ley open between the hours of 330 no charge after
your shoe repairing; done at Nolle' present Tuesday evening of this week, I. for
; kiss f Soian Sander, W. P. Beach>; purchased. Write stateroom reservations
I Beat and 4:30 dally, until ten days before the
workmanship, lowest prices. PEKTN DUCKS for sale; very fine specimens and they "tripped the light fantato' Low* Hlndry, Wed Palm Beach; MU municipal election., or any Information to Walter'lIawkl..t. Y
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; only $a for two ducks and a until about funallheel 1130: p. m. The musts wa VIrgie Wlgfleld, Toledo; MU 'Alice O. CABT-ELWB, ria. Passenger Agent Jack
Mesdsme
ldDdly' by James
..onvllle7a.What .
'ATCH Address Browning Cocoa. "
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drake. Clerk.
REPAIRING done by Anthony> Pritchard and Roewell Coleman
*, ,. Fix and the ,
Bro*., Wet Palm W. BALLARD, ? The examining committee I* composedof
Beach Fla. Aline and
Misses Palsy Brady.
\ Mr*. A. W. Sweet, Tltu.vllle; Miss C. Honey for Sale. do you need In the way of's' :

Grapefruit Pud tor Sale. R. Bam, Conrtenay; and Mr. J. W. envelopes note and letter heads, Mil ,
Bones Wanted. Carload nipender lOo. Gardner: W. Hodge, Fort Pierce The examination Two barrels of good cabbage palmetto bead, statements tagm cards etc? t'

Five hnndred grapefruit bads, one i U under the operintendenoe of Mr.Jno. honey well ..t..redlor sale; 00 ante W* shall be glad to have a share of your ,

Save yonr bone and send them to the year old. $*> per )00. Ala bolded or.J BICYCLES RENTED and repaired by II. Sam, oar county coperintondent.I per gallon. Address C. G., work. W. have a Brst-clasa Job depart
cksonvUle Fertiliser Co., South Jack tre- :, O. W; Michael, three door west of care ADVOCAT. ment connected with the> AmrocATC.
sage eMU.tlauy
M>'l W1& Will pay ean for them. I I B'S FJ&; Seaside Ian Seabreeze, ria. I Reversible oilcloth 230. Gardner: W. Tltusvlll, n*. | and all we ask le a shore ot your work.f r,Ir




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There'! one Infallible way to aelect Michigan Lumber and.e Manufacturing C :
share ibis ,.. ,ltaJity. ; ; Go
ll tle widow, he whistled a gay tune 01 ;to good.flour. Tress' a handful of It and .e
\ ]] knowing-approval, and deeming t.hat! The couple,* to all outward appearance, In when the / 1MANUFACTURERS
shape OF
will stick together
I J Oh HowThankffl were well Milted (to each other, and DO It; -
C Cfit" :. uuiea( between the two parties woi.notbe hand 'Is unclosed, and will have taken on
+4. i x'j i at all 111 advised, he set'about to anateni-otdisrupUon that might act I asa ; Floor
.In\Was. Maddening and Hope arrange.matters and accordingly paid a future highway
their
: "; t Mad Been Abandoned-Wondi ... visit'Widow Newall; she, in her turn, : domestic barrier.along life. Net Mr. Notion bad bluish white, but a rich, yellowish tint, Ceilings and Mouldings, Packing.Boxes and Crates. Turning and Scroll
: ,divulged to Mr. Nutton that she believed i It Mill not stick to the hand. If It; woe\,
and
1 s'' r fur Results)of Purifying Blood. Mr.iEaatman quite *n affable ''old chap'i formed-strange forbodings, and only a when made into dough it II Good work and material at low prices. Take Main street car line to ,mmoffice. ,
Is sticky
1 1' 'A very severe pain came In my: 1 1I leU .making It plain sailing for i 1 the I abort while after their arrival.: a
"I'' t thereby
st I; ,+ t knee,' which grew worse and worse,aadall.1IO.I' enterprising Mr. Nutton;who upon 1 I1Is lIt will" be remembered that. the widow poor stuff. ______ .

t :, '' broke out above the knIt ; return to ME.: Eastman Informed hlm Newall :Jiad caused a wire fence to b ,run Edate'l'on. Bowels With CMearvta. Telephone (old line) 485. < J Jacksonville pja
,"! discharged a great deal and the. paiD along: boundary line of the two groves Cathartic cure constipation foroveJOu .
life Candy
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what he qulred was a preserver
that .
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1 ; from rny'vthlgh; down was madden". : that"she was Mrs! Eas ,85o. If a O.O.fats."drugnlsu refund mone
; t and not a mill stone about his neck. Tile in Florida:; now .....::::::
large, hard, purple spott appeared on my; .
o'ver. and iher husband owned the a< It
''r' for : enthusiastic argument completely man worstes
leg. I suffered In this way yeaand natural After washing never wring
"most conse-
,I't q' ; gave up all hope of ever being oured. came the festive Mr. Eastman,, until he Joining grove, a-concentratlon of tbe dress gooda.; Shake them. HARRY
.r
would be :
of like mID., need riot cover quence MASON&Cp
My wife' was reading a case vowed that love making should be ,
t ; !Ye '' vegetables left over
All
:Mr.: Eastman, howevoi, !cold ,
$ and .he
properties.
!' cared by Hood's Sarsnparllla, of but that su ch I two
I. ? U a period wasting ;years; in or salad
future use soups
sure'of saved for ,
t'' 1 advised me to try it. I began taking' it ,aTairaoouki. be arranged on quite sat .. : may not have boon quite aJY)

'I' ,. .and when'.Iihad! used a. few bottles I factory terms at short notice as wt eIJ. : change being made, as may be .Inferre for fifty Cents. Jobbers in Fine Imported
Ho-To-llao ,<. MASON CO.
,
found relief from my Battering; Chow these Impulses he'gayly 1 from a casual remark made by him one Guaranteed tobaooo habit our,males wealt 4
+t thankful 1 am for this relief I I 1 am Acting on be-I morning In 'the presence of his host'' men strong, blood pure. too,SI. All druggist. w: Bay street,'
.4 }, stronger thank) have ever been la my Ufe.,l decked himself raiment fine, mid 1 few assembled guests, J Liquors and Cigars
and
IIi > and family a JACKSONVILLE. llij
l u' 1! 'w! ;lain In the best of health, have a Ifood ; grant perfume of flowers orange' which a.n.: "Mr.. Nutton' my wife and The normal,temperature of man !Is |
himself
i and new man altogether :blossoms In due time presented "
a
appetite .am of the Ina1116, oyster -
In Florida, about ) degrees
0836 ;
ii .3.: P. Moons, XJsbon Falls, Maine. and made known his deep and devoted I each own an orange grove Grade Whiskies
: cat and 01
4 Sarsa- love to his charming, fair neighbor and: but a wire fence divides the two' placet; 82; porpoise, 100; rat, Etc

,w ,, Hoods' with a favorable now we :refer to hem as our;' groves; ,1'If 102, sheep, 104.;; hog, 105; chicken, 111.
went" away happy ...... .
parlll would remove 'that wire m _-
Eastman
j answer ,for Mrs. :Newell bad long I since Mrs be Cured Southern Belle Rock and
:6. Deafness Cannot Wtilflkles :Imported and Domestic i RyeIromplp'p,6
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lathe best-la fact the One True Blood PurlflMood's and could fence It would then be my grove. Domestic,apple peach blackberry, and peach and honeyfromcut: )
passed the giddy, girlish age bad been.of short duration local applications as they cannot reach Olnn Brandies Holland-! ,01.,..'.... .i..... ,.,..,>...>...... ...... :........... froln.I.oo")ps,> e
only By "Pad
/ Pills ours all liver ills. 25 cents. now accept such a proposition In a matter silence of the ear. There I I Rum ..'.. .. .:...., ..............'..n.tromel.ap.p
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when Mr. Eastman emphatically proclaimed the diseased portion wePort"'Slefry"CaUwbaMuscatel, CiaretieM.V fr..om.... ...... ..I..............
li ; .__. of fact way. The wedding day was only one way to.cure deafness, and thaIs ClareU-FlnestBrands... ....;...., .. .,-.........,.. ......,. ......,...............,from '.I.00"'rp.2.2.1 "' "
,i 4 decided upon axud'was to b*In the folio'Ing that "the wire fence 'will peve by constitutional remedies.. Deaf nee Bottled ..... .... .. ........ ...,....... ....from II.JOper t4
j ,MU. EASTMAN'S SPECULA resort in New be removed." The little croll -firlng recelved Is caused by. an inflamed condition of Ji3 All other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices..
i .quiet
ttlON. spring) near> DO comments-and,WIt.S apparentlysoon' !;; the mucoiru lining of the Eustachia Jugs and demijohns will be packed in boxes, when requested, without
t i York.state, andMr.: Nutton and family conversation tbei : tube. When this tube is inflamed you tra cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company'
Idd' y o were(to be present.on the occasion. forgotten, as'. have 'a rumbling sound or Imperfect not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble.

) <(An Indian River Story.) Mr.Nutton!: after.ending! his bslnesp! drifted into another channel/ hearing; and when it is entirely closed Send for Price List, or call upon MASON fc CO.*
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e.. and Unless the inBamraation 807 300 311 W. Bay St. (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, Fu.
I !4 l, engagements t Florida, returned toNe CHAPTER III. deafness Is the result, 301. .
: thflndfan River Advoca ] can be taken out and this; tub .
tp', ql' I .'JJriUenJo' York city, and made extensive prepaytiona -. The l'eat'Columbian Exposition* was restored to its normal condition, hearIng -

; ,+. .. to dispose of the fruit that would noon to b *opened to the public, and the will be destroyed forever; nine cases out E. WINCDENBA, Manager. F. M. BURST, Treason

I ,cn41en II. so plentifully appear J/n the markets !Sn bridal party were to embark {for. Chlcagcat ben are caused by catarrh, which is nothIng -

,,1 ; ;Continued( from last issue.) .the early spring. .an early date, to view the splendors of: but surfaces.an inflamed condition of the mu MACHINE WORK
sous FLORIDA
The affairs'! of Blackstone and Eastman Mrs. Newall.sooured trusted manag the White City., We will give One Hundred Dollars flr
mast for(her and although It was befoi !sbefore tlr. Nutton caused by catarrh) ,
'4 \ having been sot tIed .a< ; t. parsley, Mr. Blackstone decided to i ij re. during the midst of cold weather north, had started to 'his Waahlngtoi that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrl IRON and BRASS CASTINGS.

j j turn to Georgia aDd engage in the tben she journeyed .back; -to; her mount ln street business house,, and ho and lure' .F.Send J. CHENEY for circulars Co.; free., Toledo, O. .

i infant industry of the.growing of the '1 Le home and(entered In o' tltnoly arrang Mr. Eastman were quietly enjoying theli Bgs Sold by all Druggists, 75o. General; Repairing; Promptly & Accurately, .

Conte pear:, now one .of our' cho'icel' meets for the approaching nuptials. cigars! in the smoking .r om; Mr. Eastman

t j l!; fruits, and made famous largely.. ; by JolBlackstone's Relatives and friends .entreated'her I to made known that be had( failed tc Iron Building Columns,) Shafting, Pulley, Ilangm
f the event all vowing that the sufficient funds.to meet all A.LEX NEAR; ERNEST TAYLOR
,
many postpone along
I' ., .. 4 laborious etTorts'ac carry and Boxes Stock!
I citizens of Georgia can bear witness, and entire proceeding presented the appea: Imbursements that were likely be con. Sash Weights and Grate

;i, more especially those of wham reside !In snob of a scheming manoo liver on the part:: tracted on the proposed tour,'and frankly NEARTAYLOR, Saw,, Mandrels of all Sin

and around Th masvU1l). of Mr..Eastman to attain .possession t of requested the Iban* of ((1500,1;j )( of the' (Successors to John MoAllUter.)' Bars a Specialty. ; n1 Furnished

Mrs. Newall' Immense estate and revenue commission merchant, '.tatlng'' that It .
But how fares, William Eastman l all ,,
C this time ? The dissolution of the firm but the little widojv) was alert to.u would be embarrasing at that early date Artesian Well Contractors, SUG-An -. LLS.

l left him without an advisor, and bis It I In. these Intrigues, and made statement that bo notify Mrs. Eastman of his financial Telephone 102. Office and Shops at End of Viaduct In Rivenib
her' could !live In idli generously contented EAU CALL1E, FLA. .
husband of Mr. Nutton
no ,, itandlng.
,. dustry was. not Mftely: to prosper long JACKSONVILLE: : FLORIDA.
vallt .
t 'under hl.own management;. time, wore ness off her Income, no matter bow to the requestand' thereupon ,

t. 1 I and he did .not Volax'his' spendthri the resources, and :she believed that Mi; wrote out his personal ''check for the

;Aabiteweoda'eawgr'ace; and ,sawlspu Eastman wanted her for herselfs sake; imount called for. A few ..days later o'a: : ...t9. s :eICtMJ: : : & 0 0.,
were weaving themselves Into; acompac and entertained no doubt of his not beIng fir; and Mrs. :Eastman bid'adieuto, their .'

tangled mass throughout the -grove, a her equal from a financial standpolni STew York friends, and were ,, rapidly DEALERS IN ..

.. disease known'as "soalef" had set In on and consequently the nuptials would be irosslng the country In .a.handsomely. E'in.o 'W'ix] o13 and. Ll.Q.: 'Uors,

i' ) 4' .some,,of his finest trees" and when tie re- celebrated according to arranged'plant. fl urnlshod Pullman palace'car'to the metropolis 417, &'< 410 W. Bay: St.,
tour Mr.: Eastman proceeded to New York of the west. r I 9
I "' I turned home from his prolonged ,
some of the northern states, with a de. city,and tarried at the home of Me. Nut The. visit to the World's Fair was

oldest scarcity of funds, Ills immense ton for several days, selecting man; I [uite_ an extended one, .and William thy RICH blood.WINES Don't create make good tIe, ,mlttib rich b
choice presents for his bride and roakln 1g,, sour wine kecauM I II
pitiable contlUloi buying poor
a
was presenting 6th
grove [Continued on page.} cheap. It U not. It has a nasty,i
!' .,. A: realization of the true state of af. ill, necessary preparations.' I .. greeable effect upon the system, .bIIt

a filrs began to dawn upon him and he It so happened that business engrosssents I The victories of Hood's .ICCIVCDTHI"HIGHEST i Rood gives; wine 11 really pulled-together not expemlrqneha i

I worked diligently- with A hearty will t to detained the commission march satisfied
; all
{ 0Jlna
+ Sarsaparilla over make Specialty of Jfortb
PURITY We a
AWARD f. Kr
1
restore the grove to Its former Rrandeui ant In the city, and he was unable to at: Forms of diseaseConclusively .. Mountain Dew Corn WliUSej,tl

allcleare the but insisted on thi prove .yean old,12.60 per gallon.
In time the under growth wan end; ceremony, 1'artle living in Dry Towm wO

away, fertilizing'formulas were applle h ii neymoon being in part spent at hii That la Purifier.an unequalledBlood In conquers ROD'.r.V[ SIMMS, i them well to DO order per cent from on URI onlen.an we caD "

to the soil and all. ill appearances. ,, were mburban.residence. The press accountf The demon,'Scrofula, j! '. JTP": Always send money with oWe
rt removed from the property. the wedding at the time were most Relieves the itching and burning! osalt SOLE AGENT, AND ; will not open new reference aeconnusuitable it n 6>

1 About this time a prospecting gentU; elaborate and flattering to both prin rheum, cures running bares, 'ulcers, :No Goods Jacksonville sent C.O.D. to DryTw.

it man happened In the, community iI I la slplos, numerous mementos of friendship oils humor, pimples or diseases and originating every) other in form Impure of Wholesale Liquors. ("/'frl h wl! a\k", ,,' Brewer Agent anal Bottlers Indianopnll,,Indianaiioltt Bn,"ln|,,.t

+ quest. of orange grove property, be was and esteem were presented to bride and lood. The cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla Hercules Malt tonic, '2.28 per cue; Clayton at Russell Wild Cherry Brandy,$4.50 per CM*

t, not buying for himself as he Informe groom from friends far and near, and i a are cures-absolute, permanent' perfect faoksonville. Florida.
Mr. Eastman but for a well-to-do lady large line of carriages,' filled with man] urea They are based 'upon''its,,'' groat$
.
( and enrich the blood.lioa't !nr Write for Prices.e..Agents
of Valley, New York, whom he 'sald icOupants of the bride's admirers, OHlorted ower to purify

4 would follow. later if he was suooessfn the bridal party; to the Tallroa I THE PAINT. STORE.
sad Buokii Tour Ufa A".,.
1 ToWcoo Spit
to' board the
In his venture. itatlon, where they were Wanted... .
forever be
To quit tobacco aully Had mar
Now, as Mr. Eastman's grove wa passenger train for New York city. Jelegram Do Uo. full of Ufo, nerve and vigor, take No-To- *

Quite suitable for all requirements,, ,and from the groom to Mr. Nuttoi Bac.the wonder-worker thai make weak men FOB- .
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of their .de a trong.. All druggist,too or 11.! 'Corsguarand. ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS
.the proprietor was hard pressed for casliIt Informed thatgentleman '> Booklet and sample free Addressterllng ,
was! not long until l a bargain had beer p arture. The commission merchant me Ranted: Co., Chicago,or New York. JUVENILE HOLIDAYAND

; consummated for one-half of the propel hem with carriage on their arrival, and .J' P

ty, and a.high wire fence was ,run' alon,{ pared no pains In making their honey A.useful. charity called the London -'Val.l. pens,

the boundary line,to separate. the two noon a happy one as long a* they. were I pectacle misson) provides'spectacles for >Standard Subscription

c eedlowomen and, other:deserving per-
places. ,
Soon'Mrs. Newall made her appearanc Ions dependent on their[eyesight for. a'' :SOOAi3: t tteid: Cold 'IrVater; Iaint.V .

,anli. was not long in havIng erected i a ving. Last year 723 ipplicants were By the W. B. Conkey' Company,' the I. E. BAllRD & CO.

suitable cottage for her winter habitn. 1 provided with spectacles e Tgest publishers and manufacturers of ,

r. tlon.. She was a charming lady of splen inks in the United States. Finest,line JACKSONVILLE, ]
did tastes and educated business talents I of! new. holiday'and other subscription 62 I I West Bay & Laura Sts., -
Everybody h7I! 80. bookl on the market. Also agents wanted -
.
i l numbering In age some forty odd sum Casoareta Candy Cathartic, the most won l I for "The Silver side," the latest and Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes, and Room Mouldings.
I mers.4Wllllam. erful medical dlnvoyery or the age, pleas best text-book on the silver question bythe
aDt and refreshing to the taste act gently _
,, Eastman was not slow to per 1 and positively on kidneys liver and bowels, great silver leaders. Exclusive ter- p

: oelveher excellent qualltel'and( beIng teaming the entire system; ,' dtallel| colds, rltory. Largest Commissions. Prices SAW.MQ) PLANING MILLS, ,JACKSONVILLE YARD,
constipation "-
habitual below competition.
fever, Cat'TILSON
headaolie
of
oure .
C l himself well along In years was often to< '" and biliousness. Please buy and try a box Write at rfnce for circulars and special FHlatka, :Flm. E. Bay St., Foot

w j;. be seejx peering through the wire fenoi o 01! U. C. O. today; JO,.26, HO)cents bold:! and terms, stating your choice of territory.
,
fails .
When the appetite there la In all draughts.
no us* ,uaranteed to cur by COMPANY
and casting Interesting glances at hli tying to tempt the palate with delicate food. W.t, B. CONKEY COMPANY, CYPRESS ,
she lo matter bow good and well eooked and .
fair neighbor as spryly tripped : '
II' the food W-.it need any job j printing, weIhall 3.U.343. 343, 3.7, 349,861 Dearborn St., v
and much
i through her flower beds prize icy nouriahment nlmeeasythe stomach you Manufacturers- -
CHICAGO.OEORO .
"jve la be pleased to get a share of It ,
orange grove. Met* digest it. Nature indicate the tate
4 She too had seen Mr. Eastman and had 01 the constitution by tbe loa of appetite. and Lath.
Thia i Lumber Shingles
i* an unfailing indicator. It .ho_ ; Cypress
,, thought him quite a nice old gentle& that something fundamentally. wrong MARX JOHN MARX: ,
with the nutritive function. !
'
who must necessarily be possessed
"
t van The only true natural relief meat be a* '", L large stock of Dry Cypress flooring,,ceiling, siding, mouldings, iMjfJ
handsome Income <>S.
of quite a arching and fundamental the trouble it 1VI.A. EI 9)11')
shipments.
Everything was running along li alm.to overcome. It i. the thorough deep. !, lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt .
t, arching character of Dr. Pierce' Golden Wholesale Dealers In- mouldings of all patterns a specialty.
charming style, and William Eastmai Medical Discovery, which awes the mar. and see 111.
i was most dllllgont his labors, that he lour efficacy in all bilious and dilative Groceries.: : Fruit=" aril: produce.: : When at home, write u. for prices; when up our way, come
ifficultle It create that healthful -
vitality
1' might faorablylmpres8: and wholly cap 01 the entire digestive and nutritive organ 131 and 133Kai; Bay .t..... and e'md 8 iftwaam Street, 1 "

t tlvate'the fair Mrs. Newall. Such' wai .m which produces both the natural desirer J'ac:1li: :. /OD."V'U.1e> : >I F1.orl.d.a.:
when Mr. Nutton strolled food ana the organic capacity to aaaimiite DAWSON.
the situation and transform It into nourishing;, revlvyiair W. B. : l

.: upon them all unexpected, one day.. digeationeandysound'sleetp. cfve. ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY. .. ,. '"
: Now Mr Nutton's wide circle of ao- l>petite, and ,
1 jillds up aolid muscular Btrengtti and Wholesale and Retail
"%ualntanoes had brought him In company nerve energy, We are headquarters for all kind. of Seed and Eating potatoes and Cow Peas;
with Mrs. Newall some few years before,, H. H. Thompaon, Baq., of P. O. BOB ... Kitmte. guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want ,
alaiI'' boUtiled t
Co. P.nn'a write: I had been
and his butlnes dealing with Mr. East. "Ith extreme vomiting In summer aeaaoa, your Orange and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased. I MERCHi
covered" of several _,. after MUni-i: had to be ery carefUl at tan JACKSONVILLE FLA.. WINE & LIQUOR
( nan had a period to get ..vthineto May on my atomach at.11; had MARX .BROTHERS, ,
;years and truly hIs coming was mOlt ....en taklDir other medictnea, but without eifcct. 6 ,
.
h1d a Mead speak of Dr. Pierce'a Goidea
ft .gratifying to the neighbors. a .

Mr. Nutton made his headquarter .trial.. the ourfeh.nW.SiS'sgaissnma It I S 1 119 1 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla..
,
... Magnolia Grocery. I
with Mjf.Eastman, and the two men ran l m&SSrs* ...
.yA Ban
ever pleasant recollections of other : Domestic Wines
many Fine Old Liquors Imported and ,
days. The former was well aware of man who i* suffering from the evil H. A. HENRY, Proprietor.. ; ,
fects of conitipation doean't feel like Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
his friend Eastman' falling In matters ark, and can't even enjoy hi* leisure Mexican and Florida Cigars.
.t finance and business management and hoa... Dr "*'. Pl uant Pellets are a .
: R aare, swift, safe and for AND FANCY GROCERIES. '<;
permanent ***STAPLE ***
to note the
was Indeed much pleased apparent co.s"patloa. They are tiny snnr coated FINE F.A.NOY t ROCE1
Interest his friend was now >h.. swiss, One little Pelle't" g a CompoQJIII
a' 1azatl.. Md "rhej Write sir call for Cash Price List whloh will please handle no ,
sumlng In business pursuits, and when aI' 1Irlpe.i, two\DiaItnt a mild cathartl our you. WHISKEYS from 93.00 Per Oalloa upward I

Mr. Eastman made known to him that t yout take Qr the try iake to : 102 Main and 33 West ForsyOx; Street., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. y Price List'upon application, TOUT Jug TradedioUoiteLU '"

y I. I h. was.favorably .Impressed. with theo Of the a4McI tabatita I Telephone No. :3M. / you:wbh to open an account yen must gH f fir.ti l llLa,dty refertw

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I tIM Cards. TOWN, TAX SALE: LIST. M B Mettger.... . . lot 4 If B. N' .. :320

y Joe Fisher. . lots IS. 6. 7". It : : ::): : : 3 84 \
EWALT8.OzLN.: : ; :: .*. STATE OF FLORIDA E 11 arille., ... . .', lot I C rt, . .. .. 61 HODGES & GODFREY
BINS & GRAHAM COUNTY OF BREV ARD.TOWN[ OF 'TITUSVILLE FLA. P M Fisher . .. . lots 1,2,3, ''I> N '" . 96 ,
PM Fisher . .... . .'. lots 5,(II I "I*. II' us : : : : "> 32 Manufacturers of ,
ATTORNBYS-AT-LAW W. .t public NOTICE fs hereby given that the following described lands will be sold Emily G Patch . . !. plot 14 Joynerville . .JRsfj . . : .:::. illt!
auction
Rooms at on the"r".V First M.nd7ln October 1897 at the City Council Robbing & Graham Co lot Itl'" . .": . . . 1 28 Yellow Pine Lumber r"
s noUB8:-From plmto 12 a. in., 1'itullvllle.! County 0* Brevard or BO much thereof as will be Unknown ,? . lotlS . .. . . . 160
m and 3 to 4 necessary with to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite>> the same, together oJ J' Buz . . ... lot 93: .. d .. .". . 1 60 ,
iTeVTLLZ Brevard Co., Florida. costs. Mrl'.rWSmltb..lot 'Blot :. . .. . . 320 HO Van XMKEBSKD: ,
loX.108. GEO. B. RUMPII. JR, Collector. Unknown "*," . . sub-div lob 30 Joynerville . . 64 0........ B I?praotloelD all the court*.-.t t and fed Unknown . .... . went of lot 37 I . . 90 rrrnl.* V.(wlbl. Crate,
W Bellamy. . . .. lot 5 sub-div lots 33,30,40,41, 42: Joy'rville 3 20
Hal fMllittos for examining and perfect-: OWNER. DESCRIPTION. AM'rAll Unknown .. ... . lot 7 ". Lumber dei..red al any part of Indian River
. .iI'-... . . 121t on thiwiirh bill of Uillnir. Anyone onteml1la.
itlUes.CARYELWES in Sec. 3, township 22 Sr range" 88 E. TAXKA Mrs T W Smith' agtlot8 '', .. . ... . . 8 :20/ Inir building on the East Coast,wonld do well t*
Gardner&Emersont.s: K ofwlotlblockA 1 Sao: Unknown ,...... .," ... lot 14 . .. .'. . . 12B write for prlotm. The HawmlU I*iltuatwl on be 1
Unknown.: ... . . lot 1 Wager's. sub-divoflots3,4,6,6blkA 4 80 Unknown ...... ... .Iotlli.. Y' ) . .. .. .. 1 28 J.,T.A K.W. Rp,0 may loath of falatta. ,
JELanouette' .. .,'.' .. lot 20 8 UOs Unknown. ., .... . _: lot 16 II "bet' ?, . .i.,..; .1: . 1/8:/ Sat uma Illghta Putnam co.,Fla.
NOTARY PUBLIC Elliott Titus .. ... .n oflotlexon-2OftWager'sub-dblkB au Unknown . ... .. . .lotI7 ." . .. .. . 12oJ
STATE AT LARGE., A N Nolle' ... .. . "#Jots B, 6 Wager's sub-div bik B. . 320 Unknown ,. ,.. lot 18 "" a .+... .. . .... 1 28 = '
M E Titus. .. ..\ .. .. w 4-8 lot 1 Bradford Godfrey. . . lot 23 If .. NATIONALHomeSeekers !
exo. n-2Oftblock O. ... .. 2 M .... .. . ,. 64 *
tor'non
-...,wilting, taxes paid M E Titus. .!. .. .. w 1-5. lot 5 block O. . . .... .r.. 64 Howell Titue... ..... . lot 25 II . .. .. . .. 80 i
enta, rente and aoeonnta'eolleoted, S J Norton .. .. ... .... s)< of e) lot :a blk D. ,. .. .. . . 8 20 Edward L Dupont. . lot 26" . .. . ; .. 96
leto. Correspondence. .solicited. Peter Duff:. . .. ., lot 10 blk D... . . . . . . 6 40 Elmer Shults.. .. .,. . lot :27 ," .. . . . 96 Jlf.
Vusvllle, Florida. J.T&KWByCon50-ft of lots I. 23blkB : 5200 Elmer Shulti. .;... .lot30" ... .. ..n . : 90ft REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
... E E Turner . . . .part lotel,9deslndeedbkjpg230blkE 3 20 Kate P Samist . ... lot 36" o . .. . .. 12
M E Titus (widow). .. s# lot 4 block E. : .,.. T Mrs L B Bigelow. . ,. lots 37,38RerdeU'eaddition
E. FOSTER . ... .. ., 1 40 . . .'. 3 84 -
PHEW M E Titus (widow). .. lots A and 6 block E. . .. . . 11 30 8 F Travis.. .. . . lot 80 . .. . . 64 Exchanging: Property for Property a
M E Titus (widow . w% lot 7 blk E. . . ... . .. 3 20 Maria Fleming.. .. . lot 40 . .... 64 Send
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,, J T & K W J'yCu.lotsl,2,3,4,0,6,7blk Jo'.4. 32 00 8 U Ray. . . . lotlblockElltsher'eaddition. . .. 32 Specialty. Description of what ,
S H Ray. . . '., . part lot 8. 10 des in deed bkKpg110bikF 160 Peter M Fisher... .., .. lota": E *. .. . . . 92 you have and1 what you want. +;
oms 420 &: 423, Gardner. Building J AColeman. ; . .. .. n strip lot 1 blk G. '" . . .. ',' .. 3 20 Stephen Ellis . . .-lot 3lot II E It :. . . 160 MALABAR. Indian
J A Coleman .'.. . s strip lot 1 bit G. ....'. ,;. .. .. . :3 20 Peter M Fisher . ... 4 E II .... .. .. 82 River FLORIDA.
SONVILLE, FLORIDA. A Montgomery . ,. part lot 1 des In deed bk M pg 630 blk G. 12 80 Peter Fisher. ..ii ; lot :2 II K II ... ." .. .. 16 C.; C. CARROLL,
I.AColeman..w} lot2.. "II 304 G. 960 AMWingate.: .. ,' ... .. | lotS F" II . . . 128
SCOTT. GOBDOS R. BROOMS. B R Wilson .. . . ? lots II. 6 block K. . . .. .... .. ... 1980ELLocllatd PeterMFisherlot4 r" .... .. .,. 16 Real Estate Agent.
[ ME Titus .. .. "..I>tf of wtfhlkL. . . ,1. . '. . ... 812 .' i
OTT & BROOME .,. .. . . n>{ of w>tf block L. .t.,. . . . S 12 Phoenix, Mills Lumber Co. lot bounded n by Orange, a by Broad st, Choice .
W R Sanders . .... lot 11 e-subof old blk S (for flap church), 0 (00 w by Entg st, t'I' by street not yet named
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Theodore Titus. ,\. .... lots 3, 4 LeBaron's. map of old blk 3. 1 60 and known as factory lot Tltusvllle. ." 12 80 rt. Wines Liquors

(over Bank) JT&KWByCo..lots6.8.9. 3. .. 0 40 .: In Seo. 4 township 23: 8 35 and Cigars.
: east.
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range
ME'I'itus.v. . . .lot7 a ,3 . 06
1, Florida.ATTORNEY.ATLAW. I> K Harrison : ... . . n){ lot sub-dlv des in deed bk J tpg 1111i2ft WA. Bawls. . _. . blk3iand.n-212-ftofblk30plat in book Guaranteed Pure.
front on Lemon st and 78-ft pn p IpagelOft. ... . . 3 :20 Sold at reduced .
S. JONES Broad st, block 4. . . . ... . ", 8 00 E G Harris. . .. . s 14 acres of lot 1 ties In deed 388 4 48 price
\\VfOK WR Knox . .. .. . .e),' lot 1 of east eub-dlvofblk4. ... . 3 20 E G Harris.: ... . . part ne"l. of ne>. dim in deed bkpg288: :3 20 {
Mrs J E Harrison . . lot 2 east sub-div of blk.4. ... . . 1 00 W .F! .Futch. .,. ..j.... . l of 0 Morrow's addition . . . ,. 1 00 Imported
Mrs J E Harrison . .... lot 4 .. Tokay Win,
4. ,s . . 1 00
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.... MOW elser. . . . lot 10" u 4. . . . . 1 02 1 In Sea.33, township 21 8, range 35 east. from Italy
JSVILLE BREVARD CO., ,FLA.' Pace & Doyle . . . lot 2 bike . . .. . ... 3 20 C H Watson ..., J), .jLT . se cor block 1 Rice's addition . '", 06
M GoldsmithnU lot 5 block 6.. ... .. . . . . 3 20 > Lookard ... ..| .. ne cor- 1" II . .. .... 128 John B. Togni,
ounty Judge of Brevard County: Mrs E Lanouette. . ..I lotS block 6. . .4. .. . . . 3 20 Wm Smith ... ? . all 2" ii . . . 1 02
F W Emerson.... ,..... lot 1 block 8. .t? . .. . .v. . . . 3 84 L M Price. . .1., . all| '. 3 ii ii .. ,. . :2 24 Metropolitan Saloon 123: East Bay SC,
8 G Vanlandingham. . lots 9. .'. . .. 8 00 I. M Price: . d., ". . sK II 6 it ii ... . .. 90 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. r td
GOLDSMITH H J Barksdale. . . .lot7 0..b.; . . ". 4 80 HowellTitus. . .,. . nJ.* 6" ii . . . 160 Whot_'. and Kciall......
Fla. East Coast Ry Co. . lots 0. .. .. .*. . ... . :. . 6 40 EGUolton... .!. ,. ne coir '* 7 ," . : . 128 .
Mrs M E Paddison. . lot 11 9. . . .... . .. . 1000 Simon Jtambl'rg..e.. cor 7. .' . . . 96
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Fla East Coast ByCo.lots. 11,12block 10 . .. . . ., . 9 60 Simon Ham berg. . .partof" 9" . .. . 96 The 'Largest and Most Complete -
Gardner & Newberger.... lot 4 Ii ... . ., . 2 66\ Howell Tltus..* .! .. lOOhft sq in block 11 II 00 Establishment South.
gvllle Mrs TW Smith . ... lots 11.\, . . . 96 Fla East Coast Ry Co. . lot des in deed bk S page 260.... ... . 6 40 ,,
Florida.D. Howell'Iitus..... ... .. lot.8 11. .j, .. . ... .1.: 2 60 In Sec. 34 township 21 8 85 east. GEO S. HACKER & SON
. .... . lotl 12. . .. . .... . .. 0 60 range ;v
L. Theodore :Titus .. ,. ... lot 1 block 13 .. . .. . . . ... 2 60\ J P Turner. .. f. ,. II part of lot 5 blk B Coll'l an'. addition,j 12 80
,DODSON Theodore Titus.. .. . lot 2 14.i, ,.. .. ;. ., .... 160 JP Turner ... .*. v. lots 4, 5, C" 1 92
Theodore Titus. .. .. .. lot 8" 1-&. . . .. . . . ... 1 00 Unknown. .... ? ;. ..lotO C" 128
DENTIST. B L Wills. . ... . . lotl 16. ... . . . . . . 6 40 J P Turner. ,, .1 ... lots 7,8,0, '" 0" 19'J ..
John Foy. .'. . . lots 4, 5. 6 block 16. .;. ;;. .. . . .. 8 00 J P Turner ,, . . lots 12 and 13 >. 0 1 28 .,
Offioe over postofflce.ITSVILLE M K Titus. .. ... ... .. lot 9 16 . .; h ... . 96 Mrs M E Titus ... '. . nK block 1 Titus' addition '," .. .. '1 00 .
Theodore Titus. .'. .. lot 12 16. ... ..,. .... .': ... ..... 12* Howell Tltim. .., . . Si ** 1" ** 160
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FLORIDA. .Theodore Titus. . .. lot S 17. . ... .. . . . 1 28 Theodore TltuS..f\' ..., allblook2 l'.i! .! 3 20 =
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T E H&11. .. .. .1. ... lot IS 17. .. .q . ... . 6 40 Ilowell'IYtusall :I" . . . 8 20
M E Titus.. .. . . lot8 18.... . . . :. 12S Annie E Titus. .., . lot 1 4" .. ,'. . . 1 98Lonnie
L. GAULDEN M B Titus. ... .. .. ... lot 9 18... .. . :. .. . 1'28 Bowman. . lots 4, R, blk 4 Titus' addition . . .t 2 Ml
C A II Owens. . .. ...lot 3 19.. . :. .. .. .,,. 128 W R Wolf, . ,. .1. . lots 8,0, .' . . . 0 00
F ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Euafala'Gory. . . ..ey lotl0blockl9.:: . 1,. .. ., ,. 64 W II Myers. .. .. .. .4 lots 6' .. . 32 ql,
111 Howell Titus . lot 11 19.. . ? .'. .\.. ". ..I.' 90 Peter Duff. .:. .. .. .,.. all block 7. 'a .. . 320 l
'irlda I practice,and In the all United the Courts States Courts.of the State Fla East Coast Ry Co. lot :2 .20. . . .; .;.. .. 112 Annette Cleveland.. .. .. lot I blk 8 .. n .. 1 :28
Fla East Coast Ry Co. lot 4 20... . . :. ..". . 128, L H Bigelow iLB . . lots :2, 8, 4, blk 8 Titus' addition. ;. . 3 20
I.Box,235. TTTUaVIIXE, FLA. Fla East Coast Ry Co. .lot6 : 20... .; . .. .. ., .. ... .112 Bigelow.... .... lots U,7blk8 II . . .'. 2 24 ,y, MANUFACTURERS,OF
Honey to Loan. IIOFE Peter Duff... .. . .. slot 7 20. .'. . .. . . 64 L B lot 10 blk 8 06 :.
Mrs. C Weiser. ;. .'.. ... .. lots 20. .. . . .. '..' 64 W W Tazer. . ..... . all blks 1, 2, I 6), 4 w" of blk' 7 of Carpenter' Doors, Sash, Blinds,
& CAMPBELL, FInEast Coast Ry Co. lots 1, 2,3 4 block 21. .,.'. . . ... 19 20 addition . ,,. . . . n 20
Fla East Coast RyCo.lotO&e-ktotiblock2l. ,. .. . ". .". 8 00 Moulding & Building Material.
Fla East Coast RyCo..lot9. 21. ... :. .... . 480 ;
W R Wolf..H..lotI2and3 2'J..t. 128 i Office
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Warerooms King opposite
Unknown. .. ... ....lot' "OUTDOORS, the New Sporting Magl\llne.-
22: . ... . i 128 Cannon Street.Charleston *
Unknown.. .. ... .. . lot & 22. .. . . . 128 FISHING Invaluable to the salt. water fisherman woodcock toe fresh water fisherman -
jonvillo,, ,. 'Florida. Ella M Harris . . lot 6 22.: . . . . 4 80 the wild quail, snipe : and bare shooter tbe s. C.
I Poyntz & Nolle .. . .. all block 23. .. ., . t.. . t. 5 12 bay bird and fowl gunner the big game hunter, the tourist ,
[EORGE W. ALLEN Howell Titue... ,, . lot 2 block 25.., . .. . . .'. ,. .. 04 wheelman photographer; boatman and naturalist. ,1'rlob lOots.
Sallie yard. . ... .. lot 7" 28... . . . .. . . 64 Subscription *1.00 per your. Write for sample copy Sash Weights Cord and
James Byrd... ..., .0.lote8,0,10,11,12blk21 . ... .. . 820. SORTS GEO. LOUTRKL LUCAS Editor and Proprietor, ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Unknown. . .. . lotl 26. ... .. ,. . . 64 A No. 1 Madison Ave., flow' York N. Y.
Unknown . ... :... :. .. lot 2 26. .. .. .. .. . 04 .' Hardware.
West Florida C H Watson. .. .. . lots 26. . . . . 64
BWNichols..lots4and 26. ... .. ... ... . 128 '
rill practice Courts.In the United States Peter Duff . . .... .. .clot 1 block 28.. .. . . . .. 64 Window and Fancy Glass,
OjunOS Theodore Titus... . -.lot 2 28..i.1' .... . 04 : One Man Can Run This Steamboat A SPECIALTY.

Peter Duff. ..., .. .. .lot4 28>. . . .. . . . . 64 e
\R. F. H. HOUGHTON B&SAdams..lot: 5 28. .. .. . .. . ... . . 82 C '
Peter Duff. k. ..t.t lot 6 28. . . .. ...'. ... ;.. . .. 64 f .O Y.ARpglINNIgNOf... l lVi
,ilk: Peter Duff. ..". ... .. lot 8 28. .. . .. . .. . : .. 64 COttAnitir.it ?
DENTIST. Peter\Duff..:. . .. ,. .. lot 10 28.... . :. ., .. . . 64 h 1 1outoNe
Theodore Titus. .. . .. lot 11 28.\ . ... .. . 64
ftona Unknown. ... ....... lot 1 29..... .. .. . . .. ..' ,. 64 0m
Florida. Jno IIShufelt. ... .. . lot 2 II, 20.... . ... . . .. . 64 ..,
Unknown /...... . 8 29. .'.. . .. . . .. ., 6-1 )
IALPH E. SMITH,? M E Titus.. . .. .. lots 7,8,0,10, blk 29.... ...., . ;. .. 64 E: '
..' M E Titus .. .. .... lotsl,2,3, a 30 .... ,. 48 T.AD. .A.
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Peter Duff lots 4. IS. 80.. .. 82: 11 'oopYNIONYS.... 'ITM ,
PHYSICIAN Theodore Titus. . lot 6 30. .,.;. 16 nneanAnt ": bens pthw
Pierre Titus ... .. lot 7 ""SO,. 20 ..u'li 7 I ,.:. :I..' e yIydN.
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Titus.. ... lot 8 30.;' 16 W4myinb.bp
FORD, v FLORIDA. Theodore ., endint ,. Old...M.an, M..
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Howell lot 32 n C '
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O. FRIES C. E. Theodore Titus . . lots 10 and 11 82 as '
Pierre Titus. lot 12 30. 22 SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. *'

COUNTY SURVEYOR. Theodore Titus .. . .. lots 1 and 2 .. 31. ..'. 32 ::s ........ ... I.r..M !\, ,
e?' Peter Duff. *.. Iots3,4,5 t : 81 .v 48 MACIIiXEBY PROM PILOT IIOCSK.ThU :. .Sir.iL'SKtt. is." Nee.MiW r r
and legally sub-divided. TheodoreTitus.:j lots 6 and 7 31.....'.. .. 32 .t iimboat. U 17.". tour. .".ft. beam:3-ft. depth| of hnlil| lraw II Innbii, of water, and Il.tD.K buuK' uonfil lUTum* (tpJrt .W wpUIn4llAHa: '"' ,
surveyed and MB lot 8 31. 16 will ran .*Kht min. an hour. Ha cabin MM feet, with'''-ft. ........ro..m. two fIIlnII.! ainl on Mai In* Atanm '+
.0. pile 6.a-ft. Can aooomnnHlat .Ia! or tight u.r.oni.a..Ur.. Huriu clthnr woiifl or .,...1. Mult MUNN A CO.,
pplng neatly done. Estimates for Howell Titus .... .., lots 9 and 10 31. ... 38 '
able for pleUOI'I purnoM or light freight/ or Hotline IM.II'n' _. W* will duilloaM tat tl,200, ofwill Sit. ......air, M.w Verk. +
kinds o'f works.. Dieted Pierre lot 11 81.:;..*. 32: alter to unit Dominion*,arprloa* from '"51,0010I.etnb ,
engineering IIowell Titus....... lot l9 II 31 .... 26 MEItHII.I.HTKVKNI KTroiNEKIilNCI CO.,
lines a specialty. Theodore Titus .. .. lots 1,2,3; : 32. 48 .. 140 Eut Hay Bt.. ,Jacksonville* raw Knclnoon, Contractor, Xta. txN .
JD Davis. ..>. .. lot 4 :32. .. .. 32 ,
PTSVILI.B, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. Peter lots ... 26 r
II BArcblb.ld.-. lot 6 32.. 32 I TKNCILSIEALS ,INl tt( JJUJKifr.Liiii.s
Peter lot 7 "' :. 19
anteci.-.A Mi :D. H C Campbell. lot 8 32.'f. . .. 32 Traveling.. ... w*
In Unknown. lot 9 ..1. .. .32: ""
everjr section at once to sell staple Peter .. lot 10 82. ,. .. 19
oos to dealers; no peddling; experience: C J Hector . .... ... t lot 10 Robbins Graham addition. ... 00 Anl West or l Northwest .
mecegsary. ; best side line. $75.00 auth. M* Webber .. !lot .. 480 Point- STCO. s k't.
Salary and expenses: or large Unknown . ... . 10tltS"! Y u 06 .I1tMq' w.I.o. 1

'ramlsslon Imp for sealed.made.particulars Address Clifton, with 2 Soap cent James Paine . ..7. . lot 28 "" : Y" ... ... 3 2O O<: "Vii: .. 't1ADta.: 'tC
J 'J' & K W Ry lot 35 1 00 .
ti Manufacturing Company, Clncln- J T 4: K WRy Co.. .... lots 37 and 38 Robbins A Graham additionMrs 3 20 '
> Ohio. L B Bigelow.. lots 40 and 47" 6 40 1 'Iash-viJ.J.e Otec.c.1.al.. Wanted-An IdeaXrANTKDyAITIIFUL Sl
Delia Ransom. .. j. part of nw f of nwyj des in deed bk S &ps a
page 77.... .. . . . . 320 '., I bNy. =,:-=
Elmer Schultz. . ... .. .. part of lot 1 Joynervllle....... 6 40 Buy_ Your Tickets viaHOTJTJE .. wgboa.Dall aeWr.4'I/.A. ,.a...oo.. .I Lerr.. 4
Unknown.: 13 .. 12H ea.IM1 eC ,.. .&
A J Hippard.-., ..,. .n# lotl.f.. 128 TiFrroN: r.
Leading dealerseverywhere Mrs L B Biirelow. .. .. .. lot 50 Robbins Abraham: addition*! 3 20 \ MEN OX '
B Young, estate . :. lot 41 Rerdell' addition . . .W Double Dally Through Trains. All correspondents VV women to travel for reaponalbl
sellFERRY'S Unknown . lot 42 Rerdell's addition. . .. . .. 04 promptly answered and sleeping car established home In Florida. Salary
SFTravU. Jot .3" ... 01 bertha reserved. Will be glad to meet paaneogers J' 9780' and expenae*. Poaltlen permanent.
SFGray. Jot 44 .. . .. .. 112 at depot In Jacksonville or my office, :224 Went U)< It Terence. Enclotle. aelfaddreMetltamped ;
SEE S Goo Deming ,. jot 49 ,. .,. .. . 2 50 Bay street }JrfIP me a Line.1'WALTER envelope. The National, Star '
5.1: .. .... _. ..... . 3 20tw EOKC1AH
D>0 't risk 1k te.- ,. aad Unknown ... ... . .'. ..lot HAWKINS Insurance Bldg., Chicago. ]an20,97No
P of_ti.y_lab...'..k..d..".qui- Unknown. ....... ... . .1.. .-.... .. .., .. ... ITU. Pas*. Agt, w
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:-t.t= /laav'e.b.tlt li SallieJGar..v. . .. .Iot+ . .. ... . ... 480 J'. C. HAILE, O. P. A. Jacksonville. VCQ Cure-No Pay
.......... ,...b.d..ut... eaea.bmlN.M / 8 II Bay. lot 159 '.,......... .... 128 Say.amah.O.. '
AaaDA1._. Unknown lot 60 Y .. ..... . .. . 128 'That Is the way all druggUU Mil r
O. M.PIRRY t 00.. .. . .. .... 1 28 i Grove' TaateleM Chill Tonic for chills'1
., Unknown ... ... .. .. .. .lotM :... ,.. .
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O.erolt oft Unknown ... . .. lot 67 ." .... . . .. 04 ; and malaria. I& I. simply Iron and quinine ?a
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II B Archibald et al. ..... lot 68 \ b.. . .,. .. .. ... 04 WANTED FAITHFUL MEN OR In a tasteless form. Children love bIt
B F Gny. . . lot 0V, TO .4 .... ... 1 28 ROYAL-TANSYPILLS to travel for responsible Adolt. prefer U to bitter nauseating
Mrs L B Bigelow.::::.:: : : Iota 71. 72, 73, 74, 75, 89 77. 7". 7 92,93891896 established house,, la Florida. Salary. tonic. Price 60o. '

OUR FORTUNE M SI, M, 86. 87.tElSf89.,0ol( ; ...,... T_ 06,W. 98109. 102, 103, 104, 109, ..-. ,; -... nt. Reference. Enclose self-addressed AGENTS-f25 to 130 per week'e&87..
-- .... ._Ie-r .... ....r.." :OU, 109. 110, 111,,113, '113, 114, .w.MNti.uwi +. 3-. stamped envelope. The National. Star You work: right. around home. A brand, y
t1"I.r"'Dd."I'J.Z- 1151116.117. .. .. ..... .. ................: 4.811D :twn.::.rL .., -.3.-= Insurance Bldg., ChleagoiTbe : new thing. Write to us quick I You sT
':: 't T Gerow ........ ... lot 1 ; A Usher's addition. ......... .. 4Oft -: ft"qtr. tj v.r**!!tviTt. t- will be surprised at bow easily It-can be> 1'dons.
.itls'rk.e at edw du. P H FLeber' "... .. .. ....,.. Iou a.6.7.blk A I'll her'. addition.....,.. 12 =.:. _"'--' .ni.i1: Send u* your address, anyway
M".bi a$4r aSi 'uott 'Jt riwd Joe Fisher; .. .:....... ... Jot 1 B" ".., ......... 128 J U'l''' All. Walton Rapid talking Maehloe, It will be to your Interest to Investigate;
A' .. .*. .: 1: r B" ...... .. 320 No. one W; lio. two 410; No. three, f 15TltosvlUe Write j to-day. Addr"\.I.."People's" b .
..1..I.... ws--z---. .---.U.' a..,a. Joe JnoMyen.rLeber .::*........ ..... lot 3 B" .. .. ..... ... 1 28 Sold by J. B. Scre'ven, only. ha. .ll Market St., Philadelphia, Pa._


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j .1'1": \: .,1'//.' 1 .' INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE SEPTEMBER. I0, 1887. .'. .. '. ... . "1 .,'. .
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I in and by the Board. J.,N.! Wailer L Eanfalla .4 ... .,.. 400
1-}. INDIA RIYER ADVOCATE. +- progress since It took its place and approved: J. Houston were appointed a J Lewis II ... :. 600(() E. B. Williams & Co.

the magazine literature of the day.If committee to destroy the warrants turn- 1,17-cle Tucker ;" ,., .... 10" 800
the enormous number of Its It HeRd .' II .. . 1000
{ tf "Am ed over by the treasurer, to
,' iJ i *WMKLT JOC&HAL :DBVOTBD: TO :DBYBL according
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'( t + OPKBITT or TH. IHDIAK'BIVBR. race readers IB a sign of It_ merit, and schedule: the committee having performed C McNeils( . .n. 500()( .,?Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants
.... 25000
I t .. their duty asked to be discharged W H Sharpe, road work. ,
WOBTH AMD. BIMATHB BAY BOTK>1I of course it is, then the Cosmopolitan "
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.. 400
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t R A Conkllng ferryman
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which wan > ne. "
is entitled to first place in a The lion. County Judge made his C A Cain, . .... 400J 66 South Broad St., .- ATLANTA, GA.ZDome&tiG .
{l{ .1 PUBLISHED EVERY FBIDAT. class of literature which in the last monthly report for licenses Issued during M Houston,. road work . 100 00
t. J l b few year has well nigh attained the month of August 18': 7. J N Waller, road work 100 00 Foreign ,land : Fruit
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r 'f t e.AUM H. WAtrow, Editor Oc ..Proprietor. Published at a price At a Mass Meeting held at Coco, of J Mendel, read work . 20 00 .
y'' h 'r (vice President of Dally Daytonlan JPublUning perfection. which E. P.'Porcber wa.chairman, and J R Walker, road work . '," .. 60(00) VEGETABLES r FRUITS
Co.,Uajrtona,FU.) that a short time ago would have W. J. Patterson secretary; and certifiedto J Mendel, copying mimites, 5 00
been pronounced utterly out of the by A. A. Talor. .Notary Public; the J P Brown, feed'g co prisoners. 234 40 String Beans. Oranges,
( + il MEMBER Or question, it has steadily improveduntil following names were authorized to be J P Brown, crim'l prosecution 480\ 22 Cauliflower.OkraCelery.. Bananas,
(t It has reached the position it placed on the ticket to be voted for at A A Stewart, clerk court .... 00 82 ,Grape Fruit. ,
THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, the municipal' election :to be held at B R Wilson, justice peace, .. .5 10 Cucumbers. Lemons,
31 n 1'1 I AFFILIATED WITH TUB has so well deserved. Cocoa on October 11, 1807) : For mayor, i R S Smith, constable:. . . 2 20 Tomatoes. Limes,
There is also a younger publica. W. L. Hughlett: ; for aldermen, S. F. The Board adjourned to meet ,again Beets, Cabbage, : Peaches,
;, ry; National Editorial Association* tlon feeling its way'to the front, Travis, J. F. Wooten, Ed Soling; for th<>first Monday In October, 1807. Squash, Pineapples,
and steadily Improving In every clerk and treasurer, K.'N, Andrews; formarebal New Potatoes, Strawberrle',
Dlnoonclimanes. of adyta miint be made per- '. Egg Plant, Grapes,
and collector, Jas, A. Paine. For Hate ,
each the
with In .
issue.
September *
e+ 1100..111 at thin effloe or by writing. way The clerk of the county court presented I Asparagus./ > Cocoanuts
rrr Jb number of "Outdoors" the his vouchers for ,$23.00, for witness Eighty acres. of good land, located about' REFERENCES Third National Bank, Atlanta Ga.( Own E.Johnson.,Candy Mfrr I
n Check,etc.,may be made payable to CH ABLB! sportsman, naturalist and travelerwill fees paid out by him for the August term four miles east of Titusville, on the east Ga.t Armour Packing Co.,Atlanta, Ga.{ Geo.M.Taylor, W. B.Duncan&: \.iO.AtlsutB,Ga.t..II,I

fJ H. WALTOW, publisher. and proprietor. find many articles of great Interest of court, list of errors and double assessments shore of ,Indian River, comprising ten : .
, i((4i as well as information' on was presented by E. W. Hall acres! of fine hammock, suitable for I -r -=
' i Addresn. all oorarountoatUms to tax collector was examined and, orderlldto and vegetable and .fifty
growing
I orange
I I, INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE,' every subject pertaining to sport. be credited with the amount of $84.72 acres of rich muck land, adapted to the SAVE MONEY And Bur From .'h'dd{
j a TITOSVILLB, :FLORIDA.MB. .' Besides being instructive, It, is a state, and $205.12: county taxes.: cultivation of sugar cane or vegetables.
& '1 I iTl neat and attractive publication ; Road commissioners of district 3 and 3 There are one hundred budded orange
and will, 'to all appearances, soon made their reports up to June 31st which trees on the place and three or four hun :T.P: svrES :::6. :::6o-cres:: :

BRYAN, In the course of his all in Its were examined'and approved by the dredbanana plants: also a small dwelling 7
outstrip competitors own Board and their vouchers filed for future house. For sale at tha low figure of $000.
,) i 4J remarks at St. Louis, emphasized. immediate line of literature. The refeaences.It This offer Is unly good for DO days. Ad- Grain Feed Garden Seeds Flour
i the necessity of. arbitration be article on "Autumn Upland Shoot is ordered.that In the matter of the dress, \ KLONDIKE,' Hay Grits
? ,
i tweet' large employers and. their ing," with. which this number of Indlanola road, tha matter of oblectlon care ADVOCATE, ,
; ''n employes,.and said that It was only the of A. Hildred is referred to road commissioner Tltusvllle. Fla.
has and
4 the magazine .opens, ringof of District No. 3, and M. S. Meal Cotton. Seed Meal
' ,
jyt i N a question' of time when "government' the true sportsman and lover of attorney for settlement. 'Jones// 1? S. Department of Agriculture
would ber" +
by Injunction" nature in all her moods. The magazine On motion, the following bills were Fla. Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, man or
eared by legislation.i ; is beautifully 'Illustrated audited and ordered paid: beast. Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations.
Wm II Sharpe, county com..,. .... 900
look forward
I throughout, and we The following is a comparative state-
J Houston 'a .. 1320 Office:' 124 W. Bay street. .JACKSONVILLE.
FLA.
((4 WILLIAM, of Germany, has again': to the next issue with pleasant an- J Mendel U . 6 40 ment of temperature'and rainfall' for.the
>f made himself ridiculous by'his assumption ; ticipatlon. Its offices are at 1 J W Waller I' ?;.,' 2540 week ending/; Tuesday' Sept. 1, 1807.1S06 -

i i of being little less than Madison ave., New York, and its J R Walkpr ., .'. U 00 1807-r- -
{, i1 1 divine; but the adverse criticism editor and proprietor is George A A Stewart,.accountant. ",';. 15 00 DATE.1 MAX.86 MIN.,75 MAX.87' MIN.'75 P HcMURRAT Carriage and
T J Cockshutt. .-. ., 1240J
l4 v .' of even the most loyal of the German Loutrel Lucas. work on jail..a.: ..>... 410 2 84 75 88 80 &: Wagon

''i', i U newspapers does not seem, to F T Budge, material for jail. ,'...1. 6 00 3 86 '73 89 80 _

deter,him frooi :making his self BItEVABO COUNTY COMMIS A A Stewart, clerk Co Com. ... 101 75 4 5 84 85. 71 72 83 88 73 78 BAKER,,, Ratitll
E W Hal), com miss. tax collector 200 00
i :Jtp laudatory speeches on every, pos- ..8.IONEUS'PU B R Wilson, attending.prisoners, 4 00 6 86 72 80. 76 Dealers In
.
sable occasion. 80 70
J P Brown, feeding co. dogs. .. '". 4 00
janitor. .t. .. ..'. .' 500 Total rainfall for the week: 8.17lncbes Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts,eta,etc
,j AMONG the principal speakers on TITUSVILLK, FLA., Sept. 0,1807. ''jailor ." '. .;:. 3000 Departure from normal rainfall for the Main and Church Sts., -- JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
i The Board of County Commissioners. II sheriff :.. ... 4700 week: plus 6.35 Inches. Departurefrom
labor day were ex-Governor: Alt- met this week pursuant to adjournment. T T Wetrnore, ice . . 3 85 normal rainfall since January 1, ':
k J geld and W. J. Bryan. The former Present: W. .II. Sharpe, chairman; J. F S Chaffee, med. for prisoners.. 5 15 plus 23.00 Inches_ '

J i r spoke upon "Municipal and Govern Mendel, J. N. Waller J. R. Walker; J. Electric Light Co .. :. :. .,.. ? 800E J.,W. CRONE, Observer The New
';i, ment' ownership and Government Houston; A. A. Stewart, cloikj; J. P, L Brady, mdse. for jail. .".__. 600D ( c'Soldon '
in his Drown, .sheriff. L Gaulden, com. fees pros atty 228 33 Edneata Tour Bowel With Cuoarcti.Candy ,
by Injunctionand gave The following business was transacted: M S Jones, county judge. .>. .,, '7500 Cathartic euro constipation. forever.
speech an exposition of socialistic The minutes'of\' the last meeting were Gardner & W, blankets for,jail 17 27' lOa,So. If C.C.c.{Soul,druggists refund money.
doctrines as to publIc ownership, read and confirmed. J 0 Fries, large county map. .r. 25 00 Cypress Door Company
i i producing aa examples the results Bond presented by,T. M. Andrews for J 0 Fries for survey and platt.:' 12 00 2 Reading notice ads. on this page ,
obtained in cities wh municipal notary public, was examined and approved M S Jones, jr., deputy-sheriff.. :'t. 25 00 are five. cents per line per week.
by the Board. P A Robinson 22 00
PALATKA.: P"3.A.
f .J ownership has been tried.ERADICATION On motion); the petition of JL-D. Crabbto A A Ford '' 17' 80 I' ,
t ,I sell beers, wines and liquors In Pro J Wooten 2100 TOBACCO SEED TO BE GIVEN Opened October 1st,1806, turned the steam on to
clnctNo.4, and It appearing to the sat Wm M.Given, acct. of maps.... ... 17500J Away to any person who will plant It
OF THE HYA- isfaction of the Board that the said J. P Brown attending co. corns.;.., 6 00 in Brevard county. Call at the ADVOCATE One of the Largest and BestEquipped Door Sash 61ild
t, CINTH. D. Crabb has a majority of the registered\ J P Brown, recapturing.convicts.: 3000 office, Titusville, and get some. ,

..voters of Precinct; No.4, to sell beers, F Plttmau, burying pauper. ... .' 800 Or, send stamp to pay postage. and"Gen ral'Wood Plants in the United States
wines and liquors as aforesaid; and it Mary Futcb, pauper.. ,. . 600 Working ,
r It seems that without the help appearing that said petitioner has fully Chy. Padgett *' "... . ".. 1000 Best Ink, .
of local authorities, the complied with the law; therefore, it Is Wm Anderson '' . ."... 6 00 And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of efeht
h govern. ordered that a permit do Issue to E. W. Mrs Denham .',... . .r. 6 00 Black or red, one pint: postpaid, 10> years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the bat:
h I went can do very little to' abate Hall, tax collector of Brevard county, to Sarah Bean u. . .. . 1000 ,cents. W. B. UNDERWOOD, possible; material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will\ cover
the hyacinth nuisance, the removal, issue state and county licenses to said M Hayden II ..'. :. 400 Roseland, Fla. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, etc.
( v of which has become of so much petitioner for the fiscal year of 1808, un- "
b moment to the traffic of St. Johns der the Revised Statutes of Florida.

l'I'? 4 river. There is at present $5,000 for Bond notary presented public, by was J.examined E. .M. Hodgson and approved Yon Know Good ?

i, in the hands of the War Department by the Board. ]D)o a Thing$ .
.' ,, d 1 appropriated for this pur On motion, it 'was ordered that the .4
to the road running from S. KItchlng's store to
pose-thanks untiring exertions
Mrs E, p Hardee' as viewed and Then you haven't seen Florida or would be here.
; 1 '\, layed @> you
of Senator Pasco-but the
out, is hereby declared a public road. Are you growing1 P Of course; so are we,
powers of the government are llm.. Permit granted to J.. W. Carlile to gv> But not so fast, because our Mild Climate, Town Lots Now on Sale I
ited to keeping navigable the channels -* carry a repeating Winchester rifle. Vw
y of rivers and streams. The Bond presented by C. B. Magruder for Wlthjts warm, sunshiny days and long cool 1 nights,
notary public, was examined and ap Makes Life what It ought to be.
I mere clearing of the channel in
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this case would, of course, be useless proved by presented the BOIU'd.Bond by F. A. Morgan for Do you love flowers, fruits and vegetables P Certainly. I So do we. A. E. KINGSLEY General! Agent For.

2, as it would be an everlasting notary public, was examined and approved Buy a home on the EAST COAST \ ,

Job, unless the local authorities by the Board. Where 'you can raise your own .

kept the river clear of this pest plant Permlf oysters granted on the to O.riparian C. II. Collins rights of to With the least labor and expense. -' Mrs. Julia D. Tuttfc |

along its shores, where the national O. K. Wood, Ed Stlling, Wm. Jarvis Do you dislike Winter ? Sodo we. '

government has no right to work ; and J. M. :Sanders: in section 83, town Then come to FLORIDA; we're here to stay. CHOICE 'BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn

t this part of the work must ,be at- ship 24, range 30(1.( We have surf-bathing, swimming, and sailing all the year round. *
It ordered that his Honor the ,
tended to by' the state and county County was Judge, be empowered to procure, Are you Interested In US ? all parts of the Town. Carefully Selected |

authorities. Thus It will be seen such stamps as are' necessary to stamp It so, we are Interested In you. Fruit and
that co-operation with the national all weights and measures used by the A line to our address Address DRAWER "M," Vegetable Lands on

i government is absolutely merchants of the county. Will do JCianii River .
and
necessary wondprs. : Bay BiscayJleI
Petition received from J. O. Simmons, SAINT AUGUSTINE, VLORIDA. ;
if the is be' I
plant to thoroughly et. al. for a publIc road, commencing at 23T" Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.
eradicated. what is known as Ham's place, and to
run in a southerly direction, to Main Office Hotel. Miami> MIAMI FLOW
,
of A. J. Simmons; the Board appointed '
THE AMERICAN, RAILWAY J. T. Snell, W. If. II. Gleason and T. 'ERTILIZERS -
t, LEAGUE. Turman to mark view and lay out the ... :
tame and make theIr report to this Board a '
'. the lit !Monday October. CHAS. N. WELSHANS..

k J ,' The organization of the Ameri. The report of W. C. Peterson, J. T. When you are in the.market write for information :regarding _
3 Ford and J. Eberweln, being appointedto _._.
"0 Railway League will make a our __ "
view and lay out a road from the
r j most desirable offset to the) teach. north line of township 23, to the north CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PIASW
lugs and principles of Eugene V, line of the Hall J place, was accepted and Complete: :Fertilizers: : : : : ,
-
notices ordered to be
Debs & Co. The idea that the or- posted according .
railroad is to law. ** HAIR AND LATH. *#
Binary man
opposed to It Is ordered that the road from the Vegetable, fruit and vine, orange tree manure, blood, bone
,
,his employers, has, through the Instrumentality Nathan post office north, as viewed and and potash, and'other brands. f
of these political layed out and reported to this Board, Is State Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils.
,agitators been gradually hereby declared a publio road. .
growing.
One 'of the chief objects of the Banana It is ordered river to that the Cana..eralUgbt the. road from house the, The Armour Fertilizer Works, Old 'Phone 8. )oC( 13 Hogan Street.

p :new league is to combat this theory a* viewed and reported, is hereby declared JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
and prove that a majority of rail a public road. Chicago,
road employee are perfectly content On petition of T. E. Richards et. al. fora !

with their lot, and, are not public publio road road from on the Rlokrldge river. fund settlementto in section Where these fertilizers are made, having unlimited sources" DR. C. 'F. HOUSTON

t t slob enemies to government and 026, township 87 south, range 41; from which to draw their supplies, use nothing but the very ,. ,
order aa Debs and his friends would the Board appointed J. S. Jensen, T. V. best materials, and there are no goods made better than .
our a:::& .
nvTATpaaoRl3.:
have us believe. The organization Moore and J. S. Rake to mark, view and COMPLETE FERTILIZERS. J*> solicit your'orders.

r ;:l is to be non-partlzan, and any rail.road lay On out motion the same.It was ordered that the Established 1884. )o( Cor. Bay and Laura Sts, over}Irs. KeeneVJACKSONVILLE :;

man, from the president down, sum of $175.00' be advanced to Wm. ,,. :ARMOUR & COMPANY. i
can become a member. A league Given on his contract to furnish maps to FLORIDA.

working upon the principle that it the county.On petitions. presented by citizens of .. Jacksonville. Fla: For the next 30 days prices will be as follows: Gold Fillings, $*,'" m1C'd;
>
is more advantageous co-operate Plastic Fillings, 60e. to $1 Plates $5 to $3; Full s
1 Tltusvllle, the following\ names wereauthorized ; Alloy Fillings, $1 to $1.60; are'
with the men who pay the wages, to be placed on the election (very best), $9 to $10. Extracting free, by a painless method where plate Gus'
)r then_to oppose them at every turn.abouldprove ticket to be voted on at the municipal made. First-class operators and polite attendants. Gold and Continuous
? a very useful factor election to be held at Tltusvllle In Oc The Premier Flour of America. Sets of Teeth made and repaired. "

s ill discounting the schemes of Debs for tober aldermen, 1807: ,For A. T. Feaster, J..W.R. Lund Walker ;

and his followers. The league ex. M. S. Jones: for marshal R.
S.
poets to become in a short time a Smith, C. F. Reed; for assessor, treasurer S ::aEJE:: :.. ::aaOS.: ,

-.\ great power in politics, when thor- and olerk, S. G. Vanlandlngham. Unexcelled( Biscuit.
aughly organized. Prltehard.O. Cary-ElwMf t for collector, D. B. ..

On It 4l l()( Wholesale and Dealers laHARNESS
':: motion was entered that J Retail
l' TWO WORTHY Mendel Is hereby appointed a committeeto For
PUBLICATIONS
,
1i have the county map framed. s'u'E md
Petition received from R. :E.Mime and VEHICLES ;
r The September number of the others for a public road from J. B. Bow. raTLrrr ,
'' ers' south line to line between R. :E. CAfillillifILUUtC!
is usual
Cosmopolitan' as filled Mime and J. it. Malls the
Board
appointed Bread
@ with interesting matter, and beau E. M. Breesa, J. M. Bowers and pro Pasta. And Bicycles.
tifully illustrated ; it contains, C. W. Winning to mark, view and lay. '
assong other things, a history often out the same, and make report .on first SOat"*
its years'vexistence with Monday October. .. Largest Stock and Lowest Prices in the
an "
ac- The county tre.surer having made his **' '
i i ;_:. *popnt of its alms- methods and monthly report, the same was examined Represented bj Pale BURST JACKSONVILLE FLA. Correspondence BOlI !ted.. Agents for Victor, Barnes and Carltal.WJJ"

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KIVEB ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 10, 1817. 1) a,

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-fs here wlU welcome her '

pi' -*..tIM ..pan.s.d d.llele. OF. Worm, of Valkaria; was here
.
.whoi.ea.a, .FERTILIZ
Sunday. I E RS. >

_t /V J. T. Ware left, Saturday, for a .
at Opellka, Ala

Quite a party from here drove up to
Tillman on Sunday afternoon. trW

P. Arnald went to Eau Gallie on sE'WLAL: PRICES
business last Saturday.J. {J)

JIll F. Chase boarded Tuesday's train nro ',
for points up the river.

Mrs. Bingham of Melbourne, spent I I Fi.n.eapPl Grow
last week with Mrs. Starck here. __ rs__

bAKING Plenty of fine guavas are shipped from

here every week, and more to come.' .A.11 .A.xroia.jn.ca.: : Fcr'tl.1:1.mcr.: : Fit *"!

A carload of lumber was left here on H Price $25.OO.GUARANTEED 83T" Before buying the following Materials be lure and apply to 1
,POWDER Monday, to be used for pineapple, fields,
AltaoIUUlIf Pure lately planted. ANALYSIS: us for prices and we will prove to you we can save :you money.

;t Joe Conkling, Leslie Ware and Mordie : Moisture........................... ........ ........ ... ......... .. ... ... atom STEAMED3ONE, RAW BONE, : 1
Conkling spent three days this week at Ammonia .Bnlphat.o......,...... .>... ...'... .. .... ... ..." ............ it to e III
E-I Equal to Ammonia ................, ..' ........... ......,.... \so to M BLOOD AND BONE ACID PHOSPHATE
Cocoa with Herbert Conkling. .. ...... .............. .... ... .................. 6 to 8 .
UKINO. POWDER. CO.,NIW YOIItI.Seabreeze. lqualtolk.nel'hoephateor Lime.Kqual .. ..,O'1t_................ ...... .......... H to 13 DISSOLVE BONE NITRATE SODA
OF
OVAL otalOh K2 0.......... ............. ........"4. ............ ... .. .'.... ......x.,., 5 to S ( :
: to Sulphate of l\>I..b..n.\," .... ........................ 9 to 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO .
Banyan.The I Magnesia, Lime, tkiila, etc. .. :..... ...... .,.........................n. ........ M to 110 STEMS E-I
[E-t uP- Write for Special Pamphlet., TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, :

recent fine rains were very much '. COTTONSEED HULL ASHES KAINTT AND POTASHES!

-.. appreciated.W. EOT" Special Mixtures compounded\ with machinery at very low ; 0

v. C. W. Arnold held Episcopal J. Ragan finished setting pines last H prices,*
jcea at the Seaside Inn, Sunday night; week. 1 .

i a large congregation was present.Tltnsvllle Emmet Field Is assisting his, brother Please Correspond with us before being induced, to buy from Dealers. Send for'

ADVOCATE-known as this Week. H i Pamphlet. .: fLI
of the East Coast"-Is

yg Is pink thriving anxiously paper seaside looked resort.for by residents Banyan Rabe Otwell on Sunday.was a pleasant caller .in LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. 111

those occupying the Stewart J. R. Ragan and wife went up to Cocoa ,

'os ong are Mrs. L. A. Brady and party, on Saturday, returning same day. I raoksot: ::)...villo Z"loJ:1" la.
Crux and family, M. C. Dolive Our vegetable growers are beginning;
family, W. L. Dolive and family, to turn their attention to the prepartion i
j C. W. Brownrlgg, the Misses of their land for planting.

J Inrlgg W. B., Brownriffg and Messrs., W.C. Owlnne W. Brown-, O- Messrs. Scott, Sanders Jernegan.Haiaten Melbourne. I Misses Goode.Lillie Mrs.Robertson Elizabeth, Annie Campbell and,Jennie Miss G. G. SPRINGER

C. B. B. Harrison, F. P. and Creech, all transacted business Maude Powell and John Nicholson furnished
redson, in Eau Gallie on Monday last. GOODE & O ODE.-R al Estate sad LOUD. fine mualo. Among those present .
lor and others. Agent for A'tna, London and Liverpool and
Allen Boothe and family have returnedto Globe and Imperial Fire Inminuioe. Special were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robertson, Mr.
fcder Its new ownership, the Daily their home at Brantley. They have attention paid to the Interaau of non renldents. and Mrs. R. W. Goode, Mr. and Mrs. C. Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of ---y GIr
onlan Is fast gaining; popularity' on spent the summer in the middle part of : C. Snedeker and the Misses Annie Haslohurtt .
each, and its arrival every day Is the state.R. Mollle: Nicholson, Carrla Gard;
Ll with delight, but a little more HOTEL CARLETON, MELBOURNE, FLA.- Messrs. J. W. Connor J. II. May Allen
ling around on the part of the editord C. Creech was In Lotus on Saturday Beautifully Bltimtecl on a high: bluff overlooking Campbell, A. J. Goodo, Richard Henley, ICE ANDDistilled
not do the Daily Daytonlan any purchasing groceries from the wide the,and Indian rate River.ronnnnable.F. Firatciwu. aocummodatlona B. A. Downey;Frank Powell, (leo. Phillips -
h. :Show your energy; Bro. Weller. I awake merchant C. D. Provost. -. 1tOBElt'r ON. Proprietor. Frank Conkling, T. C, Nicholson,
ping like."push" to make a business .G. E. Muriel was in Banyan on Fri ::J. M.. Martin
sful. day last looking over his valuable prop- WHEN YOU OO TO MELBOURNE call at the
He has in and will Bazaar Mm.Chas .?. F. Campbell & Co., Millinery
an acre pines
Le Brownrigg party certainly knowto erty. WaterRefrigerators
NiitiniM Dry Oooda, Ladles' readymade Roseland.
[ have a good time while at theore plant. a grove of orange trees later In the and woven Underwear FerrU' Renown
and are the life and gayety of fall. ed Comets,eto., embroidery and colored silks, -

v dance or entertainment they at- Robert Harper Is quite HI:with malarial souvenir spoons Stationery,e"! Miss Caroline Cain Is visiting her sister Ice Chests( Freezers and Water Coolers.

|; which when Indulging: in a dip in fever; we suppose It was contracted Mrs G: J. Uardee, at Cocoanut
right deep their frolics know no during his recent visit to Georgia. as It W. I. Metcalf returned home Tuesday Grove. 4
All the members of the party: are is a well known fact there can be no evening from Ohio. FACTORIESCocoa '
1 swimmers and dancers and can de- Merrltt's Island. The connections with the telegraph and West Palm Beach.
malaria
on E. P. Branch Is acting during cable and
t with their musical ablll- mayor regular wire have been giving;
everyone
both vocal and Instrumental. Theyt Mayor Fee's absence.J. I trouble. Ono of the. linemen has been --- -- -- --- ---. ...-.- -.. x
to remain at Seabreeze during Buy lumber and other building material H. May returned home to Rock- I attending to the dlflioulty.
mber, and mean to enjoy thera- I direct from the Builders' SupplyCo. ledge last Monday. Recent ruin have Improved the pros SEEDS I SEEDS !I'! For Fall PlanUngT1IKAN9 f.
and the lumberyard -
bs to the fullest extent while there.st St. Augustine save pect of a good sweet potato crop. The
man's commission. E. P. Branch and Jas. T. Hogg madea

Saturday night's dance at the business trip to Miami last week.: first mosquito time In crop three Is assured Hand, and flies for have the -RnriiKim, Imp., M 7B per bus' Refugee, Jnoo to I I..\\I.T8....r bus.i Valentine tit: bua{
iide Inn was one of the most'enjoy- years Jlilu>! Was' *f/* irorIiAs.' OoldenWex. IJ.RO|i"r lms.| Wardwell'sKidneyJIioperbueh.t. i,
Haalehurst spent last Sunday been troublesome the side of .
George west varletleeM.e..I .
I of the season, and was largely at- IIEIC'r-AU | Mb per pound.
led the beach and town folks. The Sebastian.Miss with his family, returning-to Wavelandon the Sebastian river. ()AIIHA<>n--HMiiilaril varl..thtlt.llIt.. ...? 'J. by CKI.kKY llcmtmi Markot, fleet, I."bal. ,Moxloaa Solid,Bavannab Market, (bellied Self-blsaob-
It was delightfully cool, and the. Monday.The Our postmaster, who is an admirer of ", .., Idu.os., MM: per lb.LETrtfciccurled .
being In good condition and the Pearl Kennedy; visited the Ancient base ball club will soon be in practice the bicycle han, owing; tu the poor roads { (Mmpimn. >0"10 Market.. rabbaire.Early Prise Keail. Hanson, New York Die
1I..ton.llala"'an..r. Denver California ,.. lids *.
[io in good hands everything passed City this week. and ready to play the coming sea been compelled to compromise by getting .don par II.TUltNll'xWhitexWhiteFiat Cream lee per ib.1| l tU and ton ;
h
o the satisfaction of all who were here lawnmower. He said he wanted a Duttih, Purple Top Flat Dutch White Olnbe, Purple. Top Globe, White
nt. A rather unique and laughable Alec.,Goode, of Melbourne, was son.Mr. wheel of some kind to push, and while Egg: Seven Top, Cow Horn,5o....., ISo i W Ib..l fSic./ tier Hi.
lure the "skirt" Tuesday. and Mrs. Frank H. Fee left here IUrrA1IA(1A-Ito.rovedAnlarlosnIco.,; 50.i H-lb.,Hofl.pet Ib.
of the occasion was last Saturday, for a visit to New York this was not as enjoyable as a bike It A full lion of all Uarcl..n and l riulil Santa on baml. Florida. slut Georgia. Aye and Hint Proof
to by Mr. Hassler, who kept the A. J. Conner of Malabar,. stopped off and other north. was fully effective -when exercise was Out. Writ fur prluns and prloe list to y
tat:>rs In roars of laughter during here Wednesday last. points required. L. CAMERON Seedeman.M ,

performance.; took Mrs. F. H. Mack and daughter, Miss Allen Cain 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Cleveland Kitching passage on of Jacksonville are pleasant visitors planted a few fancy pineapples .
arly all the cottages and hotels on the schooner Merchant for Cocoa on Edith at the Snedeker cottage. and fertilized them heavily. The _._._ ..__ .__ _. .. .. ... __ _.. u .._ m__ _..._
|beach are filled with jovial parties Wednesday. buzzards keep scratching/ thorn up in
oth young and old folks, who are General Freight Agent Jarvis, of theF. search of the fertilizer, which they oat.
o enjoying the superb surf-bathing, Miss Grace Howard week. is visiting rela- E. C. Ry., was In town this week As he is having; some trouble In keeping The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.
cling driving, etc., that this beach tives at Vero this looking after the Interests of his road. the plants In the ground long enough to

rds; and everybody who has had the Mrs. G. B. Hall Is visiting relatives at Chaffee & Lockwood report large let them gut their share he m rather un- ,.
Inure of spending only a few days at very decided SH to what ho Is buz
Faustina.Pat raising- -
preeze seems to have been greatly sales of sugar the past month. Guava raids or pineapples m. S"ITDLO F O-oxx'l Maiie: : : >L; or. k
fited by the health-giving ozone ofhd Hardee of Rockledge, has 'accepted jelly etc., etc, is the cause of this, no (LATE CHAI'MAN & SUDLOW.)'
Hardee & doubt.
in R. A.
a position
old What with dancing
ocean.
nre and whist, sailing, bicycling Co'.. fish-house at this place. Editor Osllo of the Times is another Death oi :Sirs. Chappell. South Jacksonville, Florida.

ties, there is no lack of amusement The schooner Merchant was In port, victim to the bicycle. He Is one of those MANUFACTURER OF i*
the people and the beach certainly Tuesday and Wednesday o! this week. people that don't want to get left-and On Monday night about 0 o'olookJ the
ants a lively appearance with he don't often. spirit of Mrs. F. A. Chappell, of LaGrange
over Lotus FERTILIZERS For and
Dr. Foster returned from on Pineapples
of bathers and Oranges
tog bicyclists,
,
took Its flight for the unknown
sure seekers day of the week. Monday and reports a little stranger at We extend a warm welcome to the ,
every world. Deceased died from
the home of Rev. W. B. Tresca. Misses Hopkins, who arrived here last 'I typhoid
week to spend the winter with their fever, from which she bad boon suffering -
and Dealers in Kind of Raw Material
Vegetables
I Every
I hen In want of any kind of building, The fishermen are bard at work, but sister Miss Sue. for a month or more. She was about DO I
ferial in loads the these bright moonlight nights are bad years of age and leaves a widower and *>
car otherwise
dersl or St. for fishing. Several of our young moil are now one child-a five-year-old boy Her remains Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dost Kanlt Etc Also ,
Supply Co., at Augustine.I deliveredat : practicing the art of dancing, so as to be were Interred In the LaGrange _
I pleased make you a Mrs. E. W. Hall of Faustina has been able to enjoy that delightful sport the cemetery on Tuesday afternoon, when a The FaD'1ou.' : 3ard-Timor: :8raa43 t

TO your station. You have no i visiting Mrs. R. A. Hardee for several coming season large number of sympathizers were pres Ammonia . ... .... . .4 toll percent i.
fit's or middleman's commission to I I days. of Inhis ent. Rev. A. D. Penney officiated at the Available Pbos. Acid... . . ,6 to 8 per cent J J or 1&2B.OO Per Ton.
Mr. Sams Courtenay, pretty
II I Allen Poppell left here Monday, to go sloop, Water, Lily, arrived In town last gnr.ve; a. Iotash K 0.----... . .0 to 7 per cent ) f
bean business at Ream. I Commercial brand. In the last Bulletin. Write for'
Into the week and spent several days with hisfrienSs Highest Value given our
Daytona. Howard had valuable horse at the home of Mrs. Conkling. Prices. Orders for \'i tons and upwards for our brands will be delivered free ef all
II. B. a SEND YOUR VEGETABLES and fruitto
freight charge to any railroad depot on the East Coast at catalogue prices, until
and mule killed by the northbound Mrs. C. J. F. Campbell returned home E. B. Williams A Co., wholesale further notice. .
ev. Arnold Is back from his trip to freight train, Monday. ? from New York last Friday, much to the fruit and produce merchants, 60 South
kndo.I We are sorry to report that W. H.Lancaster delight of her husband and son. Mrs.C. Broad street, Atlanta, Ga See their
I 111. brought a fine wheel home with her advt. on page 4.
W. Wilkinson, our real estate agent, Is seriously I
It his desk again after a run up north. Jas. A. Hudson is l having a lot of lee Phillip and Frank Powell have

Irs. Frank T. Peck has returned from fancy pine slips planted. Mr.\ Light has been treating sails their the friends river lately.to some. ThisIs delightful FOB first clans shoemaking and repairing Fred'k. S. Morsex = .
on
|visit to the highlands of North Caro- charge of the work. call on J. A. Daugbtery, Washington
with
a favorite pastime our people, .
Some of our leading citizens are hardat avenue, Tltusville Fla. Shoes madeto
moonlight nights.Mr.
especially on
order In fine style.
I be river Is full of shrimp full of and prawn fish., Eight work carloads putting will sawdust be laid on between the streets.the \ and Mrs. Boyer and children are :eE:: :. .::t... :EST.AT: : : :, .
correspondingly game river. settled at the Moore cottage, on
the now
Ages,docks,etc.are alive with anglers, depot and New Haven avenne. To this family we [Send the ADVOCATB an order for any I
I the catches are fine. extend a welcome, and hope they will job printing you need.] MI1''
the look of the weather on Saturdayt Cpurtenay.Everybody like Melbourne so well that they will v ..
was Inch that many persons left main here permanently.The -- AGENT FOR LANDS OF -
I beach and came over to town. Somee Misses Lillian Robertson Annie t
cottagers at Seabreeze shut upr is busy manufacturing Ooode Maude Powell and Jessie Goode HEW YORK Florida East Coast Railway Company, -
houses and went to the Seaside. Inn guava jelly here at present.F. will give an Informal hop at Hotel Carleton Florida Coast Line Canal A Transportation Company, 1

end the night. L. Whitlock transacted ,business In to-morrow (Saturday) evening, at Boston". Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company. '
lie .adles' History Class had .a pleas- Tltusville, Monday.D. 7:30, to which all the young people are Mr'
little afternoon. Invited. TAILORING CO. .. .. .. -
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surprise yesterday J. and F. W. LaRocbe visited T- -- --- -- -- -- 9
yare studying Grecian history, and friends In Indianola last Sunday.Rev. Messrs. J. II.'May, Alex J. Goode andJ. warded Gold M..U1 sod Diploma of Honor at Cotton States sod lattrMttonal XipMttloe,
I Hal nee brought In his graphaphone will W. Connor returned home from Sea Atlanta 0..,ima.
J played them "The National Hymn E. E. Johnson of Cocoa, breeze last Friday, and report Seabreeze
fhe Greeks," a very beautiful compon hold service here next Sunday.: Inn a most jolly house to stop at, Mr.
which they had never heard. Hon Ii A. Hardee of Sebastian, spent and Mrs. Stewart: doing all In their power POPULAR PRICE TAILORS. THEG. H. HAMMOND COMPANY

"rence'Thompson and Jaa. N. Gam- last Friday njght with friends here., to make their guests comfortable.Alex A

are making.a very handsome 1m- LaRoche Bros are going right ahead J. Goode and J. W. Conner left
vement upon the Halifax Trail, lead- with the work on the club house for II. for points south last Tuesday. These We the Latest and
Carry
1 from the south to the ocean. PRODUCTS.N
bridge J. Tiffin. young men are) working up the New PORK AND BEEF
fj are clearing an additional ten feet York Life Insurance and are meeting
ach side of the road-way and will S. B. Symmes, our dispenser of general with good success at many points along Most Complete Line sh
Tuesday
call
ke thereon a marl shell sidewalk for merchandise, gave Cocoa a on the coast. Hammond, Ind., South Omaha, Neb., Chicago, Ills. s

|exclusive use of pedestrian A row last. Salesrooms 231 West Bay St. Tbos. W. Manager, Jacksonville, Ala 1'
pee"i the will separate track.these pavements J. R. Uarper left last featnrday be IDOtH will: Among, we noticed the late arrivals Theo. Pomar at Hotel, W.Carleton J.- of Suitings and Trooseriogs ,' Dank
carriage where
Ing'for Thomaavllle, Ga., Jarvis F. :X. C. By W. Hodgson, L C.Bouyer '
while. ; Markets Advancing Rapidly on Luds Hams ud Bll ..
home for a ,
his
make Fla. C.
Master Ralph Bonyer. ; in the State: ....
The ADVOCAT Is stIU giving away, Miss Stella Harper returned home B. Blease,North Carolina; J. W. Connor, '
P, tobacco seed of the finest grade.: from Tropic last Saturday, fcbelu2'! Griffin Oa.P. P. Canmao,. Eden; Jas. Write: uJS foir Prixa. +
Ji and get some, with Instructions for six!: F. Cransnaw, Fla.
nas boen for the past Order _.
[cultivation, IIHUard. Salts to $ts ud $20 -
her sister, Mrs. L. J. C. C. Snedeker, of the United States
was called to l last navy, accompanied by his bride, arrived $4 ud $o
T. J. Harper epic of Trouen to Order JOE !'BmTDrC
Malabar. Frlrhi on the in town last week and are now living at .
his lat.her. R.countwho, we are' tile home of the groom's father, H. O. Samples.sent by.malL .
learn 1s Improving.IF Baedeker, Kj-, on New Haven .avenue. t *
to ALL KINDS
. pleased OF
-Schwab returned from Wlldwood on We .welcome Ibis happy couple, who intend NEW YORK TAILORING COMPANY, tf .'f...
Jay.Us to make their borne 10 Me bourne Executed at the .
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( Anderson, a former resident of YOU NEED Good,Subscribe Reliable and for A delightful dance .was given last Saturday No. 17 East Bay Street ': OFFICE'tALi 1 k

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1! }) 1 Mr. Eastman's-Speculation. orange syndicate tries, now: the In wire charge fence of*bad an English been 4 MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. Tie Florida (Central l & peninsular l r Ri{ !1 t


aa4 '' Florida New York
removed winding paths leading ,
ci P .' l [Continues from 2nd page.). everywhere,, throughout the grove, were Philadelphia and Boston.From Short, Line between Florida and all NOrU'ern p
4 '. nwlck, (via Port Royal B. C.,) to New York. Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ga., Columbia. Washington
Bn
4, ;{ ; i ,r'sr+lq.3:? Xastmau did everything in'h1s power to lined with numerous growth of flowers 'tlmore, Philadelphia, New York Boston and the ,{t t> '
Ea2
( make the honeymoon enjoyable to his and foliage. Two cottages PASSENGER SERVICE. Atlanta Nashville
N) : ) r separate Fernandlna *. C. A: P. By and Cumberland Ront Everett, Macon, Chattanooga, Louhvllle ri. i
Sf( fair bride; and, after a prolonged stay; each entwined with Ivy vines, adornedthe Lv Via Jacksonville .!.1& Lv. Fernandlna 1.80 p m; ArBrunewloa and Chicago. Vlncl'im'!

; i 4 ,they returned to Florida and their Indian property, and one grand trellaoe extended L30p m. Dill' except Sunday. Everett, Birmingham, Holly Springs, Memphis, Little Rock: ltansll8
r11 1 R LY .JackllOn. city
and Bo. ,.
1 Vla Everett!: CU rail F. O. & P. Sty Louis, Chicago, Sioux City tRiver
River home.. During the season ,1 they; from one to the other, covered nvllle 4.00 p board m f Ar for Brunewlok Thursdsys.e Lao p. 111. DaU). r..ngen Junction, Pensaoola, Mobile.t. New Orleans, Texas,. i exlco

r ? r '* ,. entertained a great many of their northern with many; vines of scuppernong grapes, allowed 00 upper and th -Pacific Coast. Effective May 10, 1801. ClUt rah

I friends, and that winter Mr, Eastman whose luscious fruit hung In clusters PROPOSED SAILINGS rLv. New mExpe.. ) ; 1

i 1 { 1 i (' made not a few rife speculations, everywhere.A; .New York,Pier U t. B.,8:80p. m., (Standard Time.) Lv. Brun.wlok.ftlda swan viUe Sleeper 8 Iff* for a. Savannah y. w.'th'T.S-a l>*

i.. ., y c losing a considerable sum generally I sigh escaped a little woman of the ,, Bept. 8.............................MQ GRAND.............;.......... Friday Sept. 10 aasr ra e ,Baltimore PhiladelPhia Columbia, :New llodt friJf l
? deals his wife her Friday. Bep. 10.................. ...........COLOKAOO,...........................Frlda'.SepC. 11 Eastern point Connects for r. *..i I
1 the ; managed property party; and tears bedlmmed her, eyes, as Friday, Sep. 17 EIO GRANDE .< ... .. ........l'rldA'. 8eP. 1MFrida" Arrive Jacksonville 9: n* llj
\ In her own prudent, business-like she called to mind what might have Sep.IM.... ............... .......... COLORADO.... ........................l'rlda1. Oot 1 0 r. 80p.
:Friday, Oot. 1.:..."................ ......... Rio GKANDB....................... ....:Frida)', Oot-; 8 r New' York :part Ill.t! Na' '
h, ,way; and added many; Improvements to been; she Is supported by a gallant For gemral information, steamers,trslni';rates eto.:.p lily to any railroad agent or tociiAs. f Jscksonvl11e Carries m. dally '': Ire..
', k liter whose ; DAV1RS,Apo2'JO W.Bay JaoklloDriU. v ern point tbrouglj 8leepenl ;
{ 1'i, grove. gentleman, soothing charming vllle to New York. :No. '
34aMve
: Mt. Eastman ,mortgaged his Interests words to their auditor and H.H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, BrunSwjuk,Ga. +Y FX II:10 a.111. Jo d101na4r
I gave courage 0. H..MALLORY,General Agent, Pier 20, K. Rlveh,and 88i Broadway,N.Y.SAFETY ,
+ f for H large amount, and when his returns I then' a solemn; quiet reigned, as they; F Cincinnati and -

1 1. for shipments were received, he rapidly moved In silence to the rolling' ;yacht, a } JaoboDrille 7 x0 p m.JackaonvUle.via llrerott, No. 1iI.lant& 118..,...Li. ,.

yat the major portion of the receipts Into whose unfurled, snow white sails soon .tee ( p :NaehvWe, Chattanooga. 8C Louis,, Chicago Cooneota for DonbTiDi

k'; ,, 'ti''. :..r, wild circulation and failed to make glided with their burden far down the r qa a e+ and western polnta. :Returning and tDlln all
f t I It C1180Nvi.L Jacksonville 8.10 a. m.
good the Indebtedness of his creditors. romantic river. f .
e
n ? Then, In time, when he made known to The sun had disappeared and the silver + V p Asheville Route -'rbr -
ngb
y4 ', Ills wife his unhappy state of affairs she, rays of a southern moon cast a phantom 8 b'z Car service for Cincinnati via Pl1l1mlD Savannah 81.I
+
bla.Asheville. Hot
.tae slv. BPrlnKl, Knoxville
jf in true Puritan-like sympathy accepted shadow their
+ I along course as they; y OP .n the Celebrated Mountain Country of
+! P'P'd second mortgage on his grove for a faded away In the 4 C.rollna. Leaves Jacksonville 1 00 ri!
4
lye. .
p distance.O. a v a1 111. Returning
d .r e o ClnclnnatlJD7a40m.
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A consideration of $3,000, with the understanding W. HATS. : .

'.? I that he would pay off the first eaR..,. -
vq
1', i mortgage. This the clever Mr. Eastman Health means perfect condition of Only Line Through the Deali Ural

t1+ I I failed to do, and Mrs. Eastman soon the whole system. Pure blood Is essential *>. tl
' h .'' afterward returned to Valley and.left to perfect health. Hood's Sarsaparilla for Eoambl Lake Bay Live Leave Jsrksonrllle. \ isimiCOgIDA
{; jl : I i/f /N V.p of tlsCERTR'AL ee CityLeaves Oak Madison' aas0"f
makes blood and thus liver .
gives
her husband to ferret for himself but pure Tallahassee. Juneton. Pena sole.
t i health and happiness.. vow Orleans, and the eouthweet Mellco aobtirg
Laving him understand that other parties and is tomla and the Pacific Couto Carrl.. 81'rEN.JIISULAR iy,.
i """""""""""*, No.1
'; a cyR ..11. arrives JaokllOnvlUe1::115&. m.
would her business interests ,J .
I manage Hood's Pills are the favorite!: family cathartic ooGr '
and that his services were not required. sadCoeneations -
and liver medicine. Price 25o., -- e.vq
This fact was taken much to heart byr '.AIf' Ort,. ,ILOa1pe' thorne Silver' Jacksonville Spring Ocala 9:18: a,. m GalDeev.tor Sttri,9x'Ottr

the affable'' Mr. Eastman, and be made ."...... N.. -.... a. rea'r'" Key wildwood, Lee.bnrgTavares
STARTING FIG TREES. Orlando, LaooooJee, Dale Ckty 1\\
T matters as unpleasant as possible for hiswife's ..:: ? Tampa Arrive JiOkeonvjUe4:16pm: .
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v Afls NASHVILLE BOCTK-Thrangh Pullman Sleeper, Via Everett
Macon
rk tenants and much grievance was Atlanta ui
How to.grow fig trees and have them Chattanooga. Lea ve Jacksonville 7.00p. m., arrive Nashville 7.00 next: p. m. Leave N.Tk.s.oo ,
4;' the result therefrom. a. m.1; arrive Jacksonville 8:10 next. m. *
t hardy enough to stand one winter, writesa 5.15; a. m.-Leave Jacksonville.for Brunswick by the,Cumberland Route steamer, and &..
OHAPTBB IV.. correspondent of the Farmer and Rice beriand Bound. .
I 4KM: p. n>.-Local for Everett. Clove connection Bnmiwick. Shortest and qulrlmtim,
A day of reckoning must come to all Journal, Is a problem I' have. studied on BiOO P. M.-Local for Tallahassee and Intermediate points. Arrive Jacksonville{::16 p.m,

j at some time or another, and the future ; for ten years, and I think I have learned 9:4O Through P. M Bleepen,-For Tampa for Cincinnati and Intermediate via Asheville point, leaves Pullman Jacksonville sleeper Arrive IV.AA p.Jacksonvin m., emus>;.jt AliI>.

1 ,had In store much sorrow for this poor something in that time. First, It is nec- vme Macon,arrives Cincinnati ?.40 .. m. '
I :r,For .Atlanta two Trains Dally. Leave Jacksonville a:111 a. m.and Too: p. m.
( i cab ; '.financier, whom, fortune had given every; essary to get a good, early; growth of the r'a- BUMMER RA'itS, to Excursion!: Folnte-ID effect June l.t.
Pullman Sleeper on all Night Train Parlor oar between Jacksonville and Tamni.tr .
4 possible chance to be placed on a firm tree. This can be done by cultivationand
; Bend for Beet Indexed Township Map of Florida toN
l iii .financial and social footing. The calamity fertilizing. If the trees do not makea I COMFORT I QUICK TIME LOW RATES !Ii .' S. PENNINGTON, 'A. MAcDOlTELL, .

i. was one that Providence had ,willed, good growth early In the season, they; Traffic Manager. ? General Passenger

and 1 could not be averted; and many; who will be likely. to grow again In the fall, Finest Outline<< and 8....._. No Transfer between Jacksonville New York.
The :Fleet is of the Handsome New Steal Steamer IComanChe"
: t q Iud not deserved such 'disastrous fate, which will make. them tender.: If they; composed following

G ( were doomed to disappointment. do not stop growing by the first of August (new), "Algonquta," IIloquolslli."Cherokeel" "Semlnole." Florida East Coast Ry.1n )

The' great freeze visited Florida and pinch oft the growing ends and rub ',. ,

wept before. It destruction on ,every off every bud that starts out again. The North-Bound.. ....... Ta l.- N.. .-0..._.... I. .r. a, 18.T.BOCm .
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t )kand. The ,world has read Its blstory.a ; tree needs the remainder of the season Steamers .. to sail according to the tide.
p From JACKSONVILLE FLA., (calling. at Charleston), 8iindayRTnesdaysandThnndaystFrom BOUND Read Dawn NORTH .
How every form of vegetation was ap- to perfect Its wood. (: ) BOUND (Bead Up) ,
CHARLESTON 8. C., Monday, Wednesday* and Friday.
iV pad of all Its vital) strength, and desolation The quality* the fertilizers used has For hour of ailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papers. o STATIONS._. o 0 I
...... I/v7..J.. loarlU. ...... AAr Z Ti ..... .... ....
was strewn on every; hand; and that much to do'with the making of hardy South-Bound. : 10 ...... ..,:..Jit. .&...*-&III..Lv.. 126? .:. TOba ....:: ....N.
of Indian I ....:. I ...... Lr..J t. ngurine..Ar. &A.; ..........
line River ashes make best
I Immense steamboats trees: Wood the fertil- Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 20, East River, New York, at 8 p. m., a* follows i- 11 .. ...... ...... .. CiDCtI-.. .... .. N 445 p' ...... ...... ...... ...
those common carriers that had izer I have seen used. A Mr. Ladd, at CHARLESTON!> J 9. C.. Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday Ii ...... ...... N ..: ....E.st1alal...... 4"11'" .... ...... ...... ..'
For JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,(calling .Charleston. ), Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays... : .11 ...... ...... Ar ........Palatka...,.......Lv. ,4k: >p ... ...... ...... ::....
I J y performed their well-merited service, Welsh, showed me about eight Brunswick .:... ...... ....... Lv... Palatka ........Ar. 454p..::. .... ...... ...w
forced into owing trees New and Southern Lines ,:u: l ...... ...... .Ar..IIaa.... Mato ......:tv.Lv S lOp) ...... ..... ...... ..... .
to that England (Freight only.)
were bankruptcy; fig a few days ago, are Clyde 8 .. ...... ...... ........bn N. _.......Ar 115; ...... ..... ...... .....
g t Jacket patronage; and it has long been the nicest I ever saw of that tender va > (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) L .,.: ...... ...... Lv........ email.........Ar. 8 Up ...... ..... ...... ....NN .
...... ...... ...... \' ..... k.0........... IMP<1 ...... .........
.* matter of much speculation when their riety. ,They are about seven years old, STEAMERS "DELAWARE," AND "ONEIDA" .. ...... .._.. .. ...'1\-...ViPortDranite.Ni ..., .. .. Ib2p ...... ..... ...
would be Inted to sail a* follow i .. ...... ... .. ...... ....... .. 1 lOp ............ ..... .....
musical notes sounded and all are In trunk and limb
i p again perfect From foot of Hogan Street, Jackeonviili From Lewis' Wharf, Boston, ...s.:1 ...... ...... .. ,..........Oak U. ...... 111II" ...... ..........' .....
along the verdant'shores of that tranquil and are loaded with fruit. He told me THURSDAYS. FRIDAYS.Clyde's '.. : ...... ...... .........Tlt..l1.-. N. HMIpUlWp>> ....... ..... ..... ..xx
r ...... .. ...... ...... .........C4ty '........, ...... ..... ....' ..Nx
irlver: -itself a paradise of which every; that he had put hard wood ashes around : ...... ........ :: ............ .. ID Up .. .... ..... ...... .......
...... ......... .... .....t Jtl .11'".......... .. IDOTp .....' ..... ...... ......,
i American may truly; be proud. them. Last year he gathered twenty Johns River Lire ...... ...... .. ......... "GaUl.......... .. 11 lite ...... ...... ...... ......
five bushels of fruit from four of these St. ...... 4 ...... ........,...........00. ......... UKid108H .................x
...... 4 ...... ...... ...... ...........Melbonrne..BoHelaud .. ... .. 1114\ ..... ...... ...... ....x
toward trees. ...... 4 He ...... ...... ...... '.... .... ... 10.c.Ja ...... ...... .... -
y Far away; the declining sun, (DE BABY LINE) ... 4 ...... ...... ...... ......:..Bebestlao.......... .. .. ..... ...... ....:. NoM;
on the Western'slope of the Sierra Nevada To secure the best results figraisingone Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford Enterprise, :Fla.and Intermediate, landings on the St.John's River. .::: .... ...... .:.... ..........Bt. Lude.. ........ ,04Ca'BRUa ..... ...... ......
must cultivate the ground shallow ...... IOBp...... ...... 1100. .......,Fort Pierce....... II :..... ...... ...... "
'y : range of 'powering, snow-crested very ...... ...... .... 11117. ......... ....Kden.Alloia............ 90_.. ...... ... .. ...... 'w"
mountains over, the roots and deeper) beyond Steamer "WELAKA"CAPT. ...... II ...... ...... e20a II ...........Jensea. ... ... 11111... ..... ...... ..... It_:t
? where miles and miles of ...... 8 ..... ...... e4lla ...... ...Bta........;;...: 'I, lIwa ...... ...... ...... :
summer but should be removed in ,::::: lip ...... .......sloe ...... Hob. ttoaod .,...; 81la '.... ...... ...... If
{ base, and hungry ooyottes hideously; U appointed to sail as follow i ...... Hips..... .... .6IIa ......We.tJupit.r.. .... 800.. ..... .... ills
the winter. A firm soil gives off heat in Leave Jacksonville,' 0 Tuesdays and Bator day sat 330 p. m. ...... ...... :.... II Uiviera.' : fl\lla........ :.:..... ....?
t bawl throughout the: gloomy night, are Leaves Sanford -. ,- > ,-' -, Mondays and Thursdays at 4.00 a. m.Gen'I ...... ...... :..... 00a Nr..West. Palm Beacb..Lv.] 724. ...... ...... ...... ua'
P + i4 clustered a few hardened miners In white a cold night. Very young trees shouldbe ; ...... i ....... .... II BlIp ......... .Linton... ...... "t 7aS6Ua.""" ...... ...... 1111
; banked high with dlrt Then If ..... ..... .... S SIp .....JortLauderdale...., II ................... Tibi
pitched tents. they OffIce ......J! .......... 400p .... .JLempa <1itv....... II i!
No other signs of habitation' aboundfor freeze to the ground, they; will have a Passenger: and,! Ticket 204 W.r Bay St., Jacksonville. ..... ...... .... 4 Sup Ar....?......Elam!..........Lv. a'M1a., lit

I' miles around in that desolute short trunk left. A. fit. W. BRANCH. Train 82 88., 87' and TS, between: ft*
many Jvo.L. HOWARD. Superintendent. F. 35.InossosossJaFla. s.Agt. onvtll. and BL Acgm.tln.delly.Tralm -_,
barren region. One of this colony; a gray FootHoganSt. 204 Went Bay Be, _T .. BTATTON9.i NO.- a. No4. 208, between. Miami aailop
To of feeble
haired man, voice and bended .. toll d
...Lake Helen......bv. 1. BOp.1 4 6dp Train 5t0

,_I 'form, may; be seen at twilight' sipping, It O. C.Caaearets O. fall to cure Cane druggist Cathartic refund lOa 11100 or.:"... THCO.O. Koona T. M., 'W. B.WWuaTOlf.E. P. A.YO1IK.WIII. M. H, CLTOK, A.T. H. J 14U ........Orange..Orange City Cltjr.....;...IiV;LT.,. is Ii lIp lop 8 9 SHp lip Miami n..5 d*'IT i and,. .xcep'iS ODdaf"s.. A<|*>.

from' a pot of .teeplnltr o l korf, ,and S BOWLING GREEN, NEW tine .o pt Sunday. -

muttering what to those around bin -We have Just received another, supply P.CLYDE" CO., General rents, .. The t. saer
e are strange words of untelllglble mean of very; fine grades of tobacco seed, B Bowling Green,New York. in 80. DelawareAvePhlladelpbls. .

ing. He may be speaking of a wire fence which will be given away to any person .. I. "BISCAYNE" .
who will plant it on the East Coast. Call I; e ,
that never came down; and oh, what
or send stamped-addressed envelope for _. J
a palmy; days those 'were on Indian River, some to the ADVOCATE office. i I*appointed to Perform Servto a* follow, I P'

where orange blossoms,' matured, into ; \ '.X<*aT*MIAMI x .10:.80 p. m. Wednesday: and Saturday, aonneatlnf wttk Train 81

(' full steed: golden fruit-then times were As an advertising medium, no -1SRH ....UT WHSV t:M a. m. Tueeday.and : I

t good, and friends were many.; paper on the East Coast can beat theDVOOATIC. Southern.Railway. .,M Oonn.otlni N tMdaya.i wtth Train 781 fanawiBf morntoa

c Now he Is struggling for truer gold, Give us a trial advt., \

r the real, precious metal. Would fortune and be convinced of the' pink paper'sworth. : J.p. OdFIIT$.......- .A" W/wasFr__- -....'..

4' favor him once more', If so, a little s ... .&........ ... -

,(; \.. woman, In the far oft empire state might ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST',ROUTE.ruucjtur .- =-


j, more welcome extend his'a coming happy, greeting.and friends once Suwanee River Route.GEORGIA ,nRODSH DnAtrora BOOK CAM, xmrnroX3ZOJIOT7OKZABJD OLA1, The Tropical Trunk Mn e


*JJ No one of those roughened miners can :. OOAOHB8, TKSTtBITLXD TRAI3M..

J e, know the meaning of those words, but Jacksdnville &' West Railway

i others do, and still' be Is digging from SOUTHERN A FLORIDAR'Y. Tampa Key

S b day ,to day; No mansion's portals open ., To all Points North and. NORTH, EAST AND WEST.TWO JOSEPH H. DURKEE Receice_ ==

wide. to receive his weary frame1, hi. Northwest, Via' SOUTH _NORTH
lowlife's'cho'rd Palatka, Tlfton, Macon\ add Atlanta. -o.X26iii. :No.2S Time Table In Effect May 15,'91. NO. 8:1.: No B 1-
U burning
t torchlight
I Low rates to all Summer Resorts; exceptionally DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND TUB EAST. ::::::::- 8aop: Pm I
m Is held with, but strand ifi2a L. .........JACKSONVILLL.......Ar l' loam : alien//
:.i" a single -hope. Low Rates to Nashville, now ........ Mixed S05p 1136. ........Orange Psk..y a Mam is P m ""
''.iI-" on sale at following rates: Washington and .... MoW', 91&p II". ...:... ..,.... ..Peorl..........:...... 840.: .09pm" !
I k, 4' Southwestern Limited, :::..... and Fri ..,.. .... .,.....1IIagnoUa............... .. .. ...... Sit
A lively northeast wind was blowing Ton day limit Tuesday'and Thursday: United ......I. ......c. St8p 1018& .. ., ....GreeD Co.. 8prlop..... ... 809.m 1 4iip'jj ... .,
'I 'from off the old Atlantic and ? the From Palatka, $14; Jacksonville, $12.80 And the States Fait Mall. ........ .. ... .. .... .... .... .. '. ...........Baetwlek.............. .. ........
sun '" ........ 11 boa UOOp l0 88a\ .. ..., ... .Palatka............ ... 500. m &oopm lat
was fading low in the distant horizon, Twenty; day limit, every day: OnT 218008.9 JAOZSOF7ILL5 WA8HIKITON. ........ Ja t3p J23tp 1171e.. ........:...l8at.UDIA................ 428.m t2'lpm IsP
Palatka, $19.215; Jacksonville, $17.00 TO ( .. ..., .. lOOp Utop 11 asa ,:...... ...... Pomona............... 4It. m 14pm UII pp
( as a gallant ;yacht, wlth lylng streamers, ........ 13Mp 1208. 11 1511& ......CrellC.D&Clty.Junetlon....... ll18.m 8wpm Ilo'a
coursed down the tranquil bossom of October Slit everyday; : ONLY 27 .HOURS JAOK80H7ILLB TO HSW YOu: .. ...... 220p U2II. 12o9a.. .............8eriU. ........... a40.1D 801Spm II""
Palatka, .36.2(1: ( ; Jacksonville, $24.00 ........ 842p iota It 811a.. .... ...DoLeoD 8prlnp...........llI'l.1D 808pm lIOIl"
Indian River; and came to anchor In the The Scenic Route. The Historical ........ 11181245 .. .." ....Ol.owood. .. :... ... IMp ,.
Bond TsswkaM Trains enapaMd of Lat... fa.DT,T"d PvUnaa Sle.4-. j Ova ... ..... Bte> ... .. 'deep 130.121181' ..:.. .,.,.....Bereetord.:............ 240am l38pm
,entrance of the St. Sebastian; the merry; Battlefields Route. Full Information, Ins Oar kt.uk wlttoui ........* to WaAlaftom .......... ........ 520p........ lilpAr DeLaDd .:........ {LJu ...,.......: 118pm.-I! .. ..
Sleeping car reservations etc. ........ 41ep..1240aLtj' ....... 198Mtitn ... '
J of tourists rowed to land at the maps, FUlxlelmhUi. KaT "
."* '1+!arty can be obtained by Mew Terk sad un ........ 813 P ... .... t2 t>'foot: of the great steps that lead up tot writing or'calling ........ ...... .. ...:.... 4lap Ar .........TIT JsViLL6..w.. L. fi040.m... ,'"
upon Hcou L. RICHARDSON, ........ .... .... ..... .......... .Panla................. ..... ....
r ,, Kroildoune, and treading ..oftlyover'theJawn G. A. MCDONALD, Gen'l Agt. THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN ........... ,.,.. .4.::,. ... :....... ...80rrento................ .::.....? :.. ...
soon reached of clustered O. P. A. Macon Ga. Jacksonville. ........ ...'_... ........ a grove ,. JACKSONVILLE AND NASHVILLE ........ .... .... ...... .. 4 Onp le..Tav.roe.. ............Lv :......... 116NO p@ .31.
........ e 00 p 146a 4 4oAr.............Sanford..L 148 a mAltamonte .... or
........ ...... .. ......... 8prlnp..........
Through Sleeping Cars Daily Jacksonville to ........ ........ ...... ..............WIIICIIr ParIl.4.: ......... 191I4m"N
KEEP YOUR BOWELS STRONG ALL.SUMMER ........ ........ II 30. 303p ..... ...Orlando.. .. ......... 1217 P ID .
I a' Cincinnati, via Ashevllle, Through the ........ ........ :.... .......:.K. elmm.... .......... ... .
........ ........ ........ ..... -
1 MDY{ CATHARTIC! It. "LAND' QF THE SKY." ........ ....... era .... .....LakeelandJo.: .......LvS0Jpn 2IIam.pnsm.. ..
........ ..... ..77358 355.. ...:.:.. Bariowr ..... : t.3IIP .. .
........ :...., leeper..._.....PunaGord:..: ....LvtIlOPm ..-
t 11bv achd a. w...._ rb n..., ..add.. ...... .. ........ .......e 6t5p .Z..Tampa..L.: .CIOp tocs ... o'
t..avwM. ,
Bay ss-.M .. ..vow.... ......w.. or 1_ _....... r-, .pp1yM ...... .. ....... ... ....... Ba, Hotel. ..
N v ...... .. .......: stile 0Ip Ar.::...:. ... ....:::.:. .T25pm'17ygne80.. <
......,. MOIl and Thu. 1& 00p ........... Tampa. ........Ar ::p m W.d.. sad.
,.Y L. A. WOTHIW, Vlesida Pam At*, ill Wen Bay .W.... JaeksMTflH, ay ........ Tn... &: rr1d.,. BOCpAr..........,..Ke,. W.. ...........Lv P ...... &
J' I(. GULP. ,1"w.. A. ........ Wed an" Bat. 00a Ar. .. .. .......Havaw..... .....,.Lt1290p :
Tai E JUJLD1t'IOI'e .
Daily t Daily except Bundav. ,
W' CURE COilSTIPATIOH ." 'akaThe I Trains 81 and 33 Carry: Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Can. j st'*.
JJ .a. &. ,_ Indian River steamer (new line) leave Tltnsvllle Monday, Wedneday.ndFriu JU,.,.- wagft
Cocoa RockIed ., ban: Oallle, Melbourne and intermediate point*on dian : p."o-J
io 'ALL leave Melbourne Tnvaday.:: Thursday and Saturday T m. arrive' 'JltnV", if: G-.
a Train. !SS, leavinc; :: : a mM arrive at Hawtnorne nl"p f JarSv "
as. SO-:. DRUGGISTS Cafe J ::110.. Ldesburg K.S&W: 6:45 p. ... TTaln leaving J' Do. cJearW1I'; tR
7 : .. at : ,d 4:A5.) .... : 111.. Tarpon Springs 5. 5P. '' .
( ,, ....: 4bl.taew., aupL.adtN a.d :\\c.rJ.\ :!tmo.n'rD'i': ca.atnvo.a..arw.c.all nww.eeewpl.l.M.Mae... '::a.a.nl. .. ADVOCATE does -all kinds of Job 'Priatfhg..A m., Be. Petersburg 10:31). m., daily except: 8a.day.p. >V 1'. .
W. B. COITIN, G. g..rat ,. je. \
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE SEPTEMBER 10. 1897. 7NTIILY

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SCHOOL ..STATEMENT. : COMING rr I bvll yowr AUenUoa to say Complete Stock of Summer
FASHIONS. and Resorts the
.'' Spring on East Coast R'y.;

'htambop e* aoat.eht.eb. sad ONto.., HARDWARE and CROCKERY, ,

for the month ending theday Jl'lta8) sad Plata c.......... ,
cement I Velvet and galloon are much employwd Glassware Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware, GranIteware The Florida East Coast Railway to Miami. The Miami A Key West Steamship ,
for Brevard
of Aug.1897, in the ornamentation of costumes of Bilk, doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, Ice cream Line to Key West.
|oty, Fla.. wool and cloth 'n of which are used for freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves. Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, garden tools,
JlBOAPrrux..A.Tlolf. I, the demUonsoj. A great deal of black and plows and harrows, paints and otis Fruit jars and Jelly glasses. poultry netting KEY WEST-Hotel Key West $4. and upward, special weekly and commercialrates.
,
deep colored' velvet Is In and barbed wire, a. Open entire year. A. M. Taylor, Manager. General offices: bt. Augustine
,1 receipts during month .$ 163.50 Mien combination yl
I expenditures . . '0' 360.37 with cloth of light gray,beige,suede, mastic Harrison Bros Ready Mixed PaintR. C. B. KNOTT,
BBCKIPTS-i-Aog. I blue gray, green, violet and tobaoooshades. Tin shop-jo commotion wan store. Large Galvanized Iron Tanks Special General Superintendent Florida East Coast Hotel System. .'y
1897.
: : .
EMIZED Applications of cloth
i on cloth are ty. Made to order and the ordinary wooden ones. taken In
a cheap* Gontraota anywhere the
In treasury last report; . .$ 21 09U slso to be notlcod, the ground being generally County tor tin rooting:, tattering etc. Please writ me for ITIces.. I respectfully aolitilt a pun --.---_. --- "'-'-.----.----.------- -
tax collector, school levy.$ 134 51 of white or very light cloth, -while Mon of your patronage. Mall Orders given Prompt and Careful Attention, anil Inquiries for
? .. poll tax. . 700 the applications are' like the gown It olf. prices answered promptly. ''
The design U sometimes followed by a silk ::EW:. 313.WestPnlm :Eln., Travelers' Hotel.,1 It

oUl receipts., ,'. ,.$ 163 50 cord or a line of embroidery to accentuate 1 Beach, Fin. i
Is. This decorated cloth Is utilized for I
ITEMIZED'EXPENDITUBES.I : revere, epaulota, vests, boleros and plaa- ,
Street
., Bay Jacksonville Fla.
I tarns, Supt. salary .. 78 00 trons.
Hatch, memo board. ... 7 00 For spring wear there are Indications of This hotel la now under new management, and has been thoroughly renovated
ISaowden, menu board. .. 2 00 trlmmlnga in which the fluffy and the flat HOMESEEKERS throughout. .
I E Miller, mem. board. .. 890I will be combined, ruffles and plaiting be- .. -.
Knox, bldg. house. . .. 35 00 ing headed by velvet and galloon, or puff- -- Bus moots all Trains, and Electric *Cars pale. door. Bath rooms and all

ey S F Co . '... 15 70 Conveniences on.every lloor. +,
Fritchard Int. on Indebta's. 17 27
ALL'YIiB
) Fries. .,. .. .#.. ... 8760 .Who arc Seeking] a Homo in the OPEN 'YEAR. .
LOCATE puK monthly stat'nit 3 00 Hates:-Amoiloan Plan, $2 to $:d.50; European, 600 to $1. Special by the week.
ichors' salaries. .. 15500 j*t
[dry .. ", 201 37 South should send-to" the] undersigned Mrs. FIN LEY, Proprietress.


otal expenditures .$ 356: 37 \

for a, copy of the ,' == fJk 15i

y using nail's lIalr .Renewer; gray, Wliw -I hiai: "i
.d:!, or discolored hair assumes the :z:;; l.c:. t
Jiral color of youth,and grows luxuriant i j
Florida East Coast Homeseeker. 1 1 d '
strong, pleasing everybody: ;r W' !] li 1.

a } W1"B
HORSES. I > !
WATERING wl '
C7
\ We have lands for Fruit Growing Trucking, Tobacco Growing and for : C=: -af!I 1 1

lo detail for oaring for horses during Winter and Summer Homes.. Climate the healthiest in the United St te8. :& ,\ I ry.a! Ato

|summer Is of more Importance than .
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Apply to S :
plying them with water. It is aLter \ eD 11a

for regret that it is necessary to JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner, J U

I attention to the neglect of,{working FLORIDA EAST COAST IVY, )
es i in this respect,but It seems neces- \ .J..S" Jir

to do so. Many men who feed their ST.. .AUGUSTINE, FLA. I ,..\ .: I< i 1

(;k liberally, furnish warm places for ))11. .. < .\\ s:!=3 tf
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i to winter and keep the stables as : 1 iJ)1 :
.
!
I as possible In the summer, seem to \'f hhii
bet that the team that Is working FREYER &: BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, )l

In the field from .. i ri I
per the burning sun
(Successors to THE A.B.: CAMPBELL CO.) ;: ; I 111; :
oing until noon must Buffer from as : .
r r.B
st In a way that Is Intensely agonlz- Pianos, Organs and Musical Merchandise.A cQ; ; ; /". I J

.t jjl r; ylI.
Irq
man who tries to work half a day YOUNO GIRL'S COBTUMB. '
ny CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE.We {> liad
;he harvest field without drinking will Ings being bold in by narrow velvet rib- l i
begin to feel some of the effects of bon. These effects are seen already in some purchased In January last the Immense stock of Piado, Organic, sheet ; !
of the now collars collarettes and corsageo. music and musical instruments of Tho A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out "
g without water when making severe The straight Buck Is not having the success the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices. to make room far a full Cd .Ui
irtlon on a hot day, and will appreciate thatwaa anticipated. Tho best dressed line of the celebrated Conover, :New England, Schubert and Kln"sbllryl'lanoB. 1j
condition. of a hard-working horse women appreciate fact that it Is not We'have the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to $200 more than we
only tmbeautlful Itself and has a negligee ask for them : li1ftl
er the same conditions. effect,but that it conceals entirely a pretty Conover,style K, .palls: Halne Bros., style 8,mah, .....;....."...... nn ;
metlmea it seems like a waste of figure. .' Keb..... ....:....,. /I'.l! Hvhubert inMaloolin ............ ... .."..... \SI7B I w
u Jeb.......... :. .1.211)! Love, wa .v...v.v.'iv.v.: ,.;..; ww\
e to stop a team and ,take It to get Finely platted materials are much used a.wall...;...... ano Steinway ell........ 8flo t mij
for ball gowns: gauze, moumrollne de sole .. U M,eb..... .. ..........,'.. *)0 Kverett cb., .....,....i..>, 11a
rink but time in this Is 1.
spent way and similar vaporous fabrics being pre' 4. e K.wal.........,............... 8:1.: KlngeburyotrleR eb..................... IfJB! '
'er wasted, for a team will do enough ferred. Nothing be more becoming McCammon, style 2'J.wal.......,..'..,1.1.... BINI eb..,.,.. ...,,,...... amiKnabeDranil r !I' Ei.iJj RI
can I M,2'J.mah.\ .....,.. one ..................., VAn ..
re to make up for the stop. There for a young girl than a simple gown madeof Tw ad..................... V7/1! / Btuyveaant lib.......1,.....,....1.' 1711 ,
wherelt toe delicate plaited goods over a silk lining. T,eb.............. ....,. !2/10" wall...... ....... 8.>o 1
places seems impossible The lllURtratlon today shows a reception Haines Broi., "' 6,eb.............._ ....... 1KKI: Newaby&: Evan. .h..J.; ; t'X 21(111(1I8'( L
the team a drink between breakfastnoon given It It .... S.lIb.......b..178 Jas.M. Star. eb................,..... Ito
costume for a very young girl. The It It 8.mab..l o Morris, j IH
and supper, but there is no skirt Is of pink bengallne and is trimmed L ,
have had them bod and
Some of these pianos have been rented, but we re-poli
dow of excuse, for leaving a team with a flounce of the same goods, which Is put In thorough order, and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momey re L bli
bed to the fence without water while headed by a ruche of lace and edged also book and
funded. We furnish a stool, scarf, Innstruotlon delivered f. e. b. Jacksonville
with narrow laoe. The bolero Is gatheredat : ;cash or Installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us.
driver to his and then ; -
goes supper the shoulders and bordered with lace "
08 back to work the team until dark opening over a chemisette of pink bongo FREYER A 24 BRADLEY East Bay MUSIC Street, Jacksonville COMPANY,,Fin :IOTEZI': :: OOt-rOLLZ-:: ::: ,
hout water from noon until that time. llne. The draped bolt and sluevos are of

h proceeding Is the same material,the collarette and sleeve ... .. MIAMI FLORIDA.
a not so common as -- -- ------ -- ,
frills of lace. The white felt bat is trim
nce was, but it Is still practiced toe :::EIOTmLS.:
med with white plumes and a large pink Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvements. Located on park one t;

extent, and Is the worst sort of rose JUDIO CBOIXET.Te .. .. .. block from Hotol Royal Palm, commanding splendid! view of Biscayne Bay liaise 'k"
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oily to animals.orses $2 per day and upward. Special( rates by week or month. 't (
perspire freely and are the only '

estic animals that do, and their need ) Care Constipation "ore.... Fischer's Cottage.I 1
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. lOo or:too.
water is Increased as the amount of If, G. C.C. all to cure druggists! refund money. I OCEAN BEACH HOUSE.
.
splratlon ,Increases, and during the Stx; >oot, Tltvisxrlllo; : F1C'oe ,

t weather every effort should be made Centrally located between both depots. Airy rooms, good table, pure 'drinkIng 41
AMERICAN
MEN OR ON TilE AND EUROPEAN PLAN
\Tt7ANTED-FAITHFUL .... '
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,
prevent them from suffering from water to .tzr 'r*
rat, which Is the worst sort of tor- VV women to travel for responsible Rates: $2.00 per diy;: special rates by the week or month. Opposite Daytona, near the City. Beautiful Donlevard Rouse; bathing Sum
established house In Florida. Salary CUR. F. FISCHER, Proprietor. mer Rates 97 and *H per week. Special rates to families. open all the year. '"

i.Farmers' Voice: $780 and expenses.Enclose Position BelfaddreBlledBtamped perman-- .. .. Address MRS. II. C. BERRY, Sea. Brene, Fla.. 1!j
ent. Reference. '" -- ,. _. .. .... .- -)-... !jI'
envelope. The National, Star -- ------- ---- --- -- -
'OSTRICH HUNTING. Insurance Bldg., Chicago. ARTHUR T. FEASTER.. I

k>fltable Sport That I. Making the At ,:t' INaIAN I : : RIVER: :: HOTEL: :: :: ., The Hotel Flaoide Opened la 1894 t 'HV

rioao Bird Scarce.ostrich Ulrr, .;
WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS, '
An cliMe is attractive JAcKaolrvl4.LELOIUDA. I
very 1 n

ort, or rather the sale of booty is so 4 t TIT SVILLEI( In the center of the city, on Main! Street the dividing line between east. and west

at as to attract hunters. The Arabs ult s one block from Hay Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout.
Indian lZivor.Fld.
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te themselves' to it with a real passion. I Superior Cuisine and Service llus meets all trains. Term* $3.50: per day and i

unted on their fine little horses, they upwards. Special,rates by the week. N. 1.. WARD, 1-roprlotor.

as much as' possible to fatigue the I I"!)** I "1M" III-D""' OaL I i I". _
rich for as it is 8 feet high and has HERVI60R Old. ARTHUR T. FEASTER.

ry strong legs It possesses a quietness\ Is ag powerfully and qulrklr.
movement whichthe best horse can-' Yonn*men regain lost. mao aoo4l oirmcnreooTer MAIAOadt.alt Seminole Hotel
Y.sr *
t attain. It has pat endurance. youtbful, r.N.veo.vUor....Afc..- .*.lBteljr. .. tt.lltr; et .
:.-r. .1..1.uroar:
crtaken by the hunter, It seeks to de.. .!liter.r: .1 ln htly'.ii._I7 rw_"..DIY l Open All The Year.

d itself with its feet and wings, but I ea.... end onifMU Wards oil sanity.*/ finut and or eoniumptlonmlat txtmn MM '- '" > "'*; +\' K* .**if ifI,' OPEN ALL TilE TEAR. 1 *
ore often it still strives to by DDooni't Is dr Impose a wortblcme substitute on -
escape : 1IIr'r.u; :' r'=::Ao ; i. ', .ii Ji ,_'- 'i M _C B L -.!. ...'. : _.i ft WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.
Kht, uttering a plaintive cry. In fact Cn n EErEa'S...I I'repaJd plAia for,ry | Only a few ml aths' fA *
e ostrich is deprived of the power of I I per bOX. or to'11& WIUt A Plal. walk from Railway stations This hotel Is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to 4

gut by reason of its great size. Thenscnlar I Meemv.. .mahhlleett roeNtlOIOdbn'we I4.idarruPntu : n n, |i HI ni and Steamboat. landing the railway depot. Free 'bu.. to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel,
force with which nature has a a> ratlcAL.AWE. Cals.r.. lU *. with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $11.00 per day .ana E

lowed it is not equal to lifting such Sold by J. D. Screven, only. _, On the banks of the upwards; special rates by the week or mouth.
eight. Its peculiar organization hasode '.. far-famed Indian River. GEORGE ZAP Proprietor.

it the courier of the desert, whereis .
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able to quickly traverse the almost
OPEN ALL THE YEAR BOUND.SeasidoIllll. y V
nitless expanse. HOTEL HOTEL COQUINA ORIfOND-BY-ThE-SEA, FLA. 6
The Arab \knows very well that it ise ALGONQUIN, ,

habit of the ostrich to make great

tours about 1U nest in a circle. Be M. W. EATMAN, Proprietor, Open for Summer Season of 1807 June 22n". Floe Surf Bathing, Fishing and

'flees it, then, without ceasing until it
ST. AUGUSTINE FLA'. wheeling. SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY.
almost there I '
when, worn out, it suo- 'r
mbs, concealing its head to the sand AT SEABREEZE, FLA. New Varnlcure aad irixtnre tbrnufboat.Cleotrla t, HARRTL.. BEEMAN' Manager. It (,:

order not to see its ,I enemy or inactively The best of Surf Bath.DUUoDIXO. bells in e.."room. Pressing the) Old Now open for the Summer Season. }
hoping to escape a dangeriich ANEWCOMrOBTAB: Good Fishing, and a slaw Market and J'I_. Orerlooklnn the Bay, _
log, ..... .___. .
it cannot This wide smoothLY with sow ocean All wbiM help. Bates
see any-more. beautiful, ,
ass requires eight or ten hours, but i* beach for Driving and $3.00 per day and npward. Bpeclal weekly rate. STANTON iiiI
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ors large rewards. The plumes areorth ruKlnsJUD. Bicycling. r Bampl room. ..

a considerable sum, the skin .. .
day. Special) -
aw* good leather and the Arabs are Rates $2.OO per .
ry fond of.the flesh. Besides in spite by the Week. Colo.n 4e.J'OD f"" J D. J. JONES, *- Proprietor. 4

the fact that it Its species ne ,
reproduces STEWART GRAMLING, Proprietor _
Pidly, the ostrich is all the time being '
Rates $2.00 day. Special Terms to
rarer and it Is hunted for ex- the Peninsular, opposite DAYTOXA.. I per .

rt and domestication in other sooner Large, airy and well-famished rooms, with all Modern Conveniences, electric __ PunillM. ,
It 1* one of Africa's great rein The Swannanoa.... lights, bells, etc; 9
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and may become a new source --
prosperity to Algerian if they areWing ASnzVlLLE N. C. Plenty of shade oatalde hotel makes It a delightful place for children. Two Minutes Walk' from Central :i

to make the effort The point of Dancing twice a week In Casino. r ir ,'"

M popular saying "the stomach of aDtrlch THOUGH modest and unobtrusive, : REDUCED BATES.for Summer season., I7.0. per week and upwards... Engage .q Depot ,
."has been confirmed recently by 'there Is no better conducted hotel In your room at one*. ------- OHATTANOOGA, TENN.
of The Swan "
autopsy on one doubtless for a time Asheville. The popularity location IUhomelike TREE HACK from. Daytona depot. ::'Address: :
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tiTe, when the found nanoa ls due to IU unique -
was
following the excellence of SYDNEY IIAIOir, Prop.,
iU stomach: A parasol handle, two atmosphere a Nice Pleasant location;
familyhome;
and iu very moderate prices Seabr u. Fla. ;
7*. two great,piece of coal, a glove, IU cuisine Jay. Liberal weekly rate. bonse furnishings new; Modern con. '
adkerchlef.. a pair of eyeglasses) a $2.50. per Fort Pierce Hotel 'venlenees.. No better ashing and boat
* a comb, three large rock' the neck R. B. BA WUI. ., log in the State. J. A f. M. TYLZB, .? 'y

two beer bolt -.UM soled a shoe, a Central, on street car n.... Prep.A.uxvILLK ADVOCATE does fit clean For: Were, Fl*. Proprietor-t ?.
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I INDIA.. RIVKB..ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 10. 1897.

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fk 'OUR'CAPITAL I.JBTTER.; Eau Gallie. ROBBINS & GRAHAM DUREN & FEASTER...... .

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GROCERIES : VEGETABLES..
[From our special correspondent.J f The schooners Olivette 'and Merchant .Laovyorsg... Florida o
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TALL .HAasBE.FLA., Sept. 8, '07.' '< were here Thursday.. Western Meats of All Kinds.Crookery', Glass and Tinware.

'' It t ; ,ufk The monthly report of the Mate treasurer Mrs., and Miss Ilaslehurst, of Mel- WILL STATE AND Your: patronage Solicit
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to the governor shows balances on bourne, were pleasant visitors here last I PRACTICE TITUSVILLE, ,. FLORIDA!
hand Sept. let, $200,900.80. Tuesday UNITED STATES:'COURTS.

_ _ In nearly' every section of the state The steamer Kathleen made a business ,
preparations are being made to meet the trip to Tltusvlllq this week, In.cbarge of _
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increasing demand for immigration liter Capt. II.:,U,'Hodgson. ABSTRACTS of Title Furnishedfor E. L : 3R.4u: = &:, : E3eO:

A l! GROCERIES.. ature From and recent information Indications about :now Florida.seems agents Capt.of W.the:J., F., Jarvis E. C., general IVy 'was freight here f Lands In Brevard and Dade Groceries Grain. Hay,. Garden Seed- Fertilizers 'Staple & Fancy Groceries( k

I tit 4r almost a certainty that Jack onvln 'ls Wednesday, In the- Interest of .Ida" com And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal
4 t ,e p ( ATRockBottom- determined to give a merchants' week pany.; Counties. Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing eXc1u.,IG!?'
carnival. There is DO,doubt but that Mrs. John B. Smith visited Tropic the above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and 10Ilclt'ourpa t'
ft-i Prices. such carnival will be of great benefitto lately, to make .arrangements'In regardto '''List Very truly; E. ,L. BRADY & BRO., TitngvillJfBY
and the
: the state to city of Jackson) winter gardening; her place the We have a large
( ville.

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; I' : The tobacco Industry of" Florida is de- coming season. pf Lands owned, by I _
[ Strictiy For Cash.. manding attention throughout, the coun- =Mrs. Claude Olrostead, of Ankona after, returned '::ca.EJ.JN"'S: :: : : OE....
home on Monday's train, a
at the State Bureau of immigration ourselyes and clients.
try. Enquiry -
andMrs. Pro'tec't Your
her
visit to Mr.
is l ..ORUBER & G QRICrGS.. for information about tobacco pleasant parents, ProPel"t;
i D. 8,.Bryan. : for unimproved IN The "Old Hartford," Fireman's
i is almost incessant, coming from'eyery Price' Fund Providence,, WI J
*1 Titusville. Fla. section of the country; especially from Several more bicycles,' lave been InKton. or Sun Mutual Insurance Company. All well known as the Btronmut !
dealers and publications,< desiring dataon brought to town within the, past week. lands $3 to $100 safest companies In America. GEO. B. RUMPH, JR.,
tobacco In'Florida for,information of Now get the shelled roads rolled down Agent for East Coast,

i 1 I i Palmetto Drug ,Store the public., good be and had.smooth, and pleasant ridingcan per: acre. Tltusville, Plok,{ .

Bids 'for the state printing' for two -'
.cQmmenclnJt Oct. lIt, W; L. Dorton returned last Friday
yea were opened WE have a few Residence, Orange
P 4,+ f + I X. HUSTON Prop.,," No.S Atlantic Block on the 2nd, and the contract awarded to from his summer's outing, looking well WES I-
., a, f! DAYTONA, FLORIDA. 'J. G. Collins, of the Tallahasseean, who and'.hearty. He found Iota of work Grove,and Pineapple Properties In desirable G. CARY-EL ,
t was the lowest bidder for the entire awaiting him on his place, which he will
..4 DRUGS 'Medicines Chemicals state printing except class C, Supreme soon get: ready for an early crop of veg- locations. Prices Reasonable. FIRE & LIFE INSURANCERepresenting
court reports, which was awarded'toDrew etables. -

I fine Toilet Soaps,'Brushes, Combs, of Jacksonville. There were eight Among: those who visited our burg the ( TITUSVILLE. the Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Company: and tt
( 1' I bidders, the next: : lowest being the Chron- noticed R. A. Hardee, OFFICES : { WEST PALM BEACH. ,
' { i Etc. Perfumery and Fancy Toilet icle, of Sanford.' This is the first time of past SebutlRnj week were; Theo: Dickens, of Gifford; t and MIAMI. Mutual Life Insurance Company, of New York.
yla t .... In a good many years when one. plant G. { Jacksonville Al. Goode, '
P Articles I in Great Variety. has been a successful bidder for practically A. Floyd, ;, r f- Your Bu lnesslS01 cited.I .
Melbourne W. J., 'Jarvis St.
,f I t Physicians'. l Prescriptions Accurately of the the expiring entire contract state work.are W.The N.holders Shine, Augustine,;and Capt.several others. ...WILL E. KNOX... TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

; Compounded. of the Floridian, and Drew,.of.;Jackson The much-needed rain Is here and we
ville., The bids are said to have been may expect heavy'showers dally the DISPENSER OF
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remarkably close on the leading classes, rent of the month. Last Saturday nightwe THE DECANTER. +
I.. and the contract awarded, on a very nar- had a very heavy gale from the south Soda Water, DrinksOF
J I Ii Il row margin of profit east, and on Wednesday and Thursday it

The railroad commission has Issued its blew a stiff breeze from the same quar- ALL KINDS. Lasley & :Rexiaker

l printed rules and regulations for the ter.Albert; ,,
government of railways, under the new Bennett brother of Oapt. A. A. Etc '
commission law" which are to be effective Bennett of this place} who has been for Milk Shakes, Ice Cream, Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Whl i
Sept. 20th, with such modifications many years engaged In the lumber, milling -
as may be made after the hearing granted and planing business at Rochester, B3T" Pure distilled water used la our Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout?

for exceptions: : to the rules, asked for N. Y., has been here several days, mak- fountain. A First-class Line of Cigars. *.. Billiard and Pool Tabl
... by the>> transportation lines at the general negotiations to go into similar business -
1. (In Chalice & Co's. drug store). Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to o
i In } hearing on' the 2Sth of August. It is here in partnership with one of orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY: & RENAKER,Tltusvllle,!
proposed by the commission to leave undisturbed our prominent business men. Mr. Bennett TITUSVILLE, A: FLORIDA. '
-sir existing rates and schedules, left for the north last Saturday, to ,
both passenger and freight, except on return In about a month's time with his
: : vegetables and which family, who will l'esidein the Bennett TitaSYifle Barber ShopCall I. EECEEReeaeee
: there Is to be slight reduction, but to place on Eau Gallie river. They will re- .. .

hear Individual complaints of> alleged ceive a cordial.welcome. -']::: Will keep constantly on band a Full Supply,of :::[-
1 '//roo discriminations as may be filed with the
commission under the rules. A copy of at the above place and get your
Died of Cancer.
PINEAPPLE PLANT'S. the.,be commission furnished any rules one and by regulationswill the commission Hair Cat Shave Shampoo CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER :

,upon application. Mrs.' 'H. J. Brown, who has been suffering ,
affection of the Tonsorial work of all kinds done by
with a cancer jaw, o.r.
::Dressed az d :E1.0u.sh.:
Fancy Pineapple Slips &: Suckers throat and tongue for some time past,
H. f S. MEADOR, Prop.,
for Sale. To Be Married. succumbed to the disease at 8:50: o'clock ,
yesterday morning, and will be burled Washington ave., TltusvlUe, Fla. Also Mouldings and Turned ,Work; Brick, lime, Ceme C
Abbakas Golden this mornlngln the Tltusvllle cemetery.
Egyptian Queen
.Queen Porto Itloo Smooth Cayenne, and WASHINGTON, D.C. :;'Sept. 7, 1807. Funeral services will be held at the Baptist and Crates of All Des riptlons.Titutsvi11c .

t r \ ]Bod Spanish.Apply to Editor Indian River Advocates church at 9:30: a. m, Don't Look at ,This ; Florida,
to have been :
1 i HADDOCK & MATTIIAMS, The cancer Is supposed p.
h "Palm Beach Pinery," Mr. and Mrs Frank Sharp request started by the presence of a decayed ,
your presence at the marriage of their tooth' root-Mrs. Brown _having previously but Nice., WHY? '
'I West Palm Beach Fla. Naughty
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President W. M. DROWN Vlce-PresIdent:
JAMES PBITCHABD ,
; daughter, Mary Helen and Mr. William been troubled with three aboesses ;
i ( Lemon Chltty, on Wednesday evening, from that; source-and was first noticed Because It's DEATH. C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
v A Cut to the Cutters. Sept. 22nd, 1807\ at eight o'clock; 44 Q In February of'this -year...- Since that
; street, N. E., Washington, D. C. 20th Century Cockroach and
'J 4 time It had gradually enlarged, affectingher INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN
I grown Smooth Cay throat and tongue to such' a degree
I t oesSucker0. formerly that it for her to take Exterminator.
freight paid,.at $130 per [Miss Sharp resided at Coronado was Impossible Waterbug
,, ,thousand. where she was very popular and any nourishment whatever through her of Florida.
j (Incorporated under the Laws of the State )
CHARLES C. CONVERSE, had a hOlt of friends, who will,no doubt, mouth. Deceased's physicians did what I53P- Surest ever sold. Guaranteed. .

__ Bahia, }'la:. wish her:every joy in ,advance.-ED.] they could, but to alleviate it was a her merciful intense Providence sufferings -- Sent postpaid on receipt of price, 25cts. Authorized capital, $100,0$25,01
Paid capital,
who relieved her of all pain. Agents wanted. up
Choice Pineapple Plants. Take Note of '',This. .Mrs. Brown, who was 53 years of age, WILLIAMS' DRUG STORE, Average deposits, $150,01,
was 'a whole-souled and kind woman I
r Smooth Cayenne-, Envll City, Abbaka, For sale a comfortable home, situated respected by all in her community, andthe State Agents, JACKSONVILLE, FLA Transacts a Genera1Bao G
{ f, and lied Spanish, grown without; cover on the Halifax River, at Port Orange; ADVOCATE joins In offering condolence
and from .young plants. ;;Guaranteed large and nicely laid out ; five to the bereaved relatives, of whoma Business
I v' Arst-class. '.Apply or address miles south of Daytona. Douse is large; widower and several sons and daughters Engines -T: : -
Globe Ga :
S C. A. ROBINSON, and completely furnished, with three remain. ank on tit 111
and Oldest JJ
1- Eden, Indian River, Fla. acres of land surrounding it, planted ina Largest
variety of fruit; trees- ,
orange grape; Countm
Remember the- ADVOCATE:, Tltusvllle Exchange sold on all Foreign
etc. Fine locality for fishing and hunt-
does all kinds of job printing. Give Stationary and Marine -
Fancy Pineapple Plants.' Ing. For further particulars address
share of work. DIRECTORS!
us a your ]
Mils. VUILT.AUMB, Aeasrrr/(>'
B.
Hardy, vigorous, grown without'ahel Daytona, Fla. of jAS.PBrrOHABD.'W.the.NatloalBank 01Jaok.omlileXA
i ter smooth-leaved Cayenne, Abhaka I YOUNGS' : The Safe, Reliable and Econ ; T Dr/BKEB (Vioe-PreBldent National.Sul
Call
anti Jamaica, Ripley plants for sale. at ... JaoksonTllle), and W. M. BBOWJ.
d E. 0., B. TYNDALI, A Few Pleasant Words: from ; omical Power for Business and COKBKSPONDBST8.Seaboard .
-I Waveland Fla. TONSORIAL National Bank of New Ton j.
1 p .Connecticut.' ..... PARLORS : Pleasure Boats, National Bank of Jacksonville.

For an ARTISTIC HAIR CUT or NEAT FL- .
Porto Rico Slips, Drang* Howes Will Soon Return. SUAVE. Ladles Hair Dressing Anxilliary Power and 'J."I".rUSVILLE, ,

MADISON, CONN., Sept. 0, '07., a Specialty .

Y to Grown the Delaney under cover.Porto Apply Rico Pineapple for prices Editor Indian River Advocate: Hutchinson, Ave. Tltusvllle, Fla. I' Stationary Use.For :JN""V.EJN"TC: : > ""2" S.a..LE r-----

,Plantation, Mtooo, Fla. 'Once a week I am reminded of yourselves Catalogues and prices,
and your surroundings by the JOSEPH ZAPF..... Address *< G. F. PADDISON, Eau Gallo
of the The Florida
appearance pink paper. .
BENJ. W. JEROME, '
Pineapple Slips for Sale. East Coast Is strongly; Interwovenwith WHOLESALE DEALER; Rockledge, Fla. In-order to reduce my stock for yearly Inventory- October 1st, I am offering*
g my regard; it Is my Ideal spot. .. ..
i 1?' Red Spanish, Queen's, Porto Rico's The pleasant years I have spent; along Anhenser-Bnsch Brewing Ass'n ; ft t
or Tinware
For Sale. Hardware Stoves
,and Abakka's, from well-cultivated and Its line are remembered with pleasure, ENTIRE STOCK ,
well-fertilized plants. Growers know i but sometimes a sadness steals over me Famous St. Louts Lager Beer. Power houseboat, Buckeye, 65-f long .' ', ,
this pays. Address, as I think of the best friend I ever had Sold by Lesley & Reriaker, Titusville. 22-ft beam; two decks; well found, and 'ATreducedprices'. Masons Fruit Jars; pints, OOcts; quarts, 63cU: ; hair
h .., JOHN TAYLOB, having passed to the unknown beyond. Manufacturer of Soda and Mineral In A No. 1 condition; bottom coppered.For $1.00 per dozen. One-third pint jelly glasses, SScts dozen, 3 dozen for$1' .
O. K. WOOD, Agent. Stuart, Fla. Our summer Is fast fading away and Waters. Wholesale Liquor Dealer. price, address Eight-oz. Duck, best quality lie. yard by the bolt; 2-burner Blue Fianwg
the time Is near when I can greet my DEMJ.'\V. JEROME, Stoves, $6.00V 3-burner Blue Flame Oil Stoves, with oven, $15.00. Write
Smooth Cayenne Pineapple friends In Daytona and Florida. By the SANFORD, FLORIDA Rockledge,. Fla. on Graniteware;Tinware, Wood Stoves, rope boat goods, etc.
y first of November I expect to be mean-

I k Suckers for Sale. dering about the Holly Inn, preparing FAITHFUL MEN\ OR .... '
for the winter to come. I read In the WANTED to travel for responsible East Coast Meat Market \ Home-Prown!!
I have 25,000 to 60.000 Smooth Caynne ADVOCATE of the crowds who have visited established house In Florida. Salary FOR SALE....
J pineapple suckers for sale;' all Daytona this summer. < and Position
9780
expanses. -
home grown, and strictly first class. As you will observe by the cut on this ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed perman J..T. IIINTON, Manager. SUCKERS
d Cheaper than any other reliable firm paper the waters of Long Island Sound stamped envelope. The National, Star ::sCD -;(, PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND ;!
II have been feature of
,11111011. an Interesting my Insurance '
Bldg., Chicago.
GEO. II. WRIGHT, summer life, I shall keep open house = Of the following Varieties :
<(: Orlando, Fla: through September, and then turn my w ow Qucen
y face to the southard. Abbala, Porto, Rico, Egyptian .Queen, Golden"Qneen, Ripley

N Truly yours O. HOWES., BOOKKEEPING Ct a--'e' II>> Cayenne, Pernambuco and Red Spanish. I

Take a 'Trip on Indian Riven; lhoeoughlrtsughtfoe' $ pr3.1 Apply to G. C. MATTHAMS.. Florida pineapple Beac4 Ca '

b JIOeeAastoa'eBoottetplag : a. West Palm
The steamer St. Augustine, of the In- Fort Pierce.Mr. Chat =E. .
-4 dian River and Day Biscayne Inland Navigation

;i fk Tltusvillo Co.every Steamboat Monday Line and will Thursday leave Hearthstone paid Jensen a visit, psrtlcurEftee. Addrcw.CkM.M.AtratasnM.iC No Booklet teacher giving required.fall -====w -CDva C Co

at 5 p. m. and returning arrive at Tltus- Monday.W. -!.., N. J. Principal and Founder Abra- a United States Twine & Net ,,
vile and hamioa Business Established !
i Thursday Saturday connectingwith Smith left for Palm Beach oTuesday. College. 1880. Titusville '. = Florida.
the Jacksonville\ Tampa & Key .
West trains In both directions. '* '
23 Fulton St., New York, N. Y.
The last few days we have been having
lots of rain, and mosquitoes In pro- Kinds ofFISH ?
For Charter.The portion. Headquarters for All
Hardware Tinware Glassware
fine sloop Yankee Doodle can be M. Bryan of Eau Gallie was a pleas- ,
chartered by the day, week or month; ant visitor to town, Tuesday. NETS a-all.
between Ormond and Miami.
i anywhere Capt. Bean, of the F. E. C. Ry., is .
Good accommodations for ladies; Fork
having his land harrowed preparatory to Woodenware Stoves and ,Novelties Knives .
further particulars, write toCAI"T. ,
I GKO. Cook, setting out pines. 6
Tltusville, Fla. Mrs. Raulerson returned on Tuesday Forks Spoons Etc. NET FIXINGS
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the evening' train from an extended: : trip up. a
Sodawater Fountain Wanted. country .
14 Mrs. Claude Ohnstead returned on When in Jacksonville do not fail to give us'a call, as we keep one of the biggest AH oar Cotton Gill Nets are made of the Celebrated EAGLE: BRt..r1'fine '

Wanted a small aodawater; fountain Tuesday from St. Augustine where she lines of the ab ys'OCMJ. In the city. Staple Cotton Twine-oar own brand not i BOld eleewbero'
And attachments. State lowest price to has been taking treatment from Dr. LINEN GILL'NETS, of the beat thread obtainable. tellto!
( ,,.'' C. O. BLTTU, Worley. We are glad to note she is F. A. RENEKE, (Successor to J; L. PUser.) Extra-quality.team tarred Cotton Hanging Llnel. .Patent 9tro

..; Seabreeie,Fla. looking a great deal better. :l'Jd' Everett Block, JACKSONVILLE. tarred Manila Rope. Oiled Clothing, oars eta, etc. Write for prices.

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