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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 17, 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: UF00079909:00096
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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15. 3STo. 5.. .. .TITUSVILLE, FLA.. :FRIDAY: SEPT. 1.7, 1897.. Price, 5c.

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LOCAL; ; NEWS -Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Goldsmith FOR ALL Kindest Bicycles and Sun- Card of Thanks. Building Parlor Cara. 1LUTKL NOT' .

Wednesday afternoon, a boy. dries, send to- F. W. BEERS, St. Augustine -' -
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Flo. to. atop. See list .f hotel oa
Topics of General Interest. -Dr. and Mrs. B. D. Brown of Mel Mr. II. J. Brown desires to-expross his A big rush of tourists Is expected our 7th page

bourne, were passengers Wednesday'strain slnaere thanks, through the .ADVOCATE: down the East Const the coming winter.
ply and General Gossip la ponneetlonkh to Jacksonville.Mr. SEE our bedsteads$3.00; our men's bats to.*the neighbors and friends who so Already. the Florida East Hallway Co. Is Irr W. have some fine views. of our

Bar Lake WOrth,Indian, in window. Gardner & Walker. ktodly and thoughtfully attended his preparing for It, for among other things, East Coast hotels, etc., which will W
nana and Halifax Rivers Key; West W. E. Knox has gone to OrangeCity wife during her Illness and at her demise the company Is having tour parlor cars forwarded. to any part of
d all other Important point along thet to relieve the agent at that place -Capt. Mentor was a passenger on built by the Pullman Pal&oe. Car Co., for .States upon receipt of a two-cent.
Coast of Florida. Brief mention of for a couple of weeks. yesterday. southbound train, en route use on their road. stamp to.pay postage.A .

.(resting Event, from Various Parts -Take note of the change In advt of home" to G'oeoa.. lllcycle lCn"".

(the World About People You Know L. Cameron, seedsman and florist, Jacksonville Fine Hotel for Sale.
-Major Peabody of the Times-Union Brcvnrd Tenohorg Institute.
ll You Don't Know-Picked on our 5th : ""'--
People page
and Citizen arrive In town The races last Saturday evening under
yesterday;
ataffco..pond.atA Owner. to retire sell the
[ Editor and a large wishing .will
by Our Society scattered along thetut -Col. H. J. Tiffin's schooner Veteran In the Interest of the paper he reprerseats. ,the auspices of the Tltuavllla Cycle Club, The above Institute be held in TI- oldest and best known transient and A

Coast of:Florida. made a trip to our harbor a few days He leaves to-day for COCOA and! were'witnessed by quite a number of tnsvlllu, at tho schoolhouse, commencing family hotel In Asheville, N. O. Small
ago, and was anchored in port' overnight other points. people, and proved very Interesting. In Monday, the 20tU Inst., and continue cash payment. Central .location andvaluable i'
the match event for three miles between for week. It Is' expocted that a large '
receive Engineer J. T. Hood and wife came .a frontage Apply.to-
-, ,If you a sample copy of E. Vanlnndlnghaiu and F. Davis; tin-i number of teachers will avail themselves J,. luxjc IIAlhevllle(\ S
-Judge )\I. 8. Jones has been In over from Canaveral on Monday, and CK ,
ADVOCATE, it i* 'an intimation that paced, the first-named rider was the win .
of this to become familiarized .
to add Orlando a day or so this week, attending spent a couple of days or so in town. NIl ahead opportunity more N. C,
Vould give us pleasure youre nero Maurice Walsh came In Intba
with their
conducting r08pootlve
to matters concerning the Hamburg fire Hood has been working on the steamer
list of sub-
Perkins-Walsh match Van-
to fast-increasing race E.
our '
and other before Broome.Mr. Canaveral and of her ; schools oa lines that wlllprovethe
three clUles. Judge shipping parts A Xtnrgalu.
bers. It does not cost you Jacksonville landlnglmm was first In the five-mile most beuollotnl to their pupil
ts per week (postage included) whenn Julius Kline accompanied by machinery to be repaired. handicap; Itoswell Coleman second, -
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by the year, and It can be sent to his wife, left here for New York, via the He says the Canaveral will be In first- Walter Dauguerty third. The one-mile 120 acre of line vegetable land Situated !

in any part of the United States or Clyde Line, on Tuesday, to purchase his class Club trim the for the members of Canaveral open was secured by John C. Jones Jacksonville! Tampa A Key on the peninsula near the Narrows the,
coming season. theIndian River and
ada without extra expense. stock of fall and'winter dry goods, clothIng frontage on E
Vest Hall wajr. ocean t21M)() refused for It four ,year
-Mr. J.- R. Wells of the v
etc. manager As Good aa New. '
THE AD.VOCATE, ago Will bo sold for $7 to close es-
Co. Jacksonville
Singer Sewing Machine ,,
I $1.50 per annum, in advance.. -Mr. and Mr F. T. Budge, of Miami, was In town part of, Tuesday andWeneedny A rate of one and ono-fourth ((1.V.O far tate. Address, S. I. S.,
months expect to spend next week In New York. The "City of Augusta" of ADVOCATN office.
I $1.00 six ; Steamship
for the purpose of purchasing to respective places of meeting; and return
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| $2.00 per an. foreign countries. Mrs. Budge has been sojourning with the well known Indian River sloop- the, Savannah Line, (Ocean Steamship Is hereby authorized for the followIng --------.1
relatives, during the summer, at Urbana, Company) again l In commission, having convention the above
i yacht Yankee Doodle from La pt, Geo. by eompanyl Dame Rumor Informs the ADVOCATM
e. 0., where her slater, Miss Kate Prltohard, been thoroughly overhauled' and renova Jerusalem Gainesville
Cook of Titusville. This yacht was Baptist A..ocll\tloo1 that bupu C. B. Knott has appointed
Never fall to read our Inside pages still remains. sold through an advt. Inserted twice in ted. She Is now supplied with quadruple Fla,, Ne.pt.: :Ul>, 1X07. Tickets sold Mr. Murray manager of Hotel Ponce da

will always find something. to In.st -.tVlco-presldflnt: J. R. Parrott and the ADVOCATE. We acknowledge a expansion engines and now boilers, 'andIs Sept. :'JHth and 2tli() limited to October Leon, Augustine. This palatial hotel C w

you. Traffic Manager J. P. Beckwith, of the pleasant call from Mr. Wells. expected to attain a speed fully, If not" Itll.18117) forreturn. Iron-clad signature ho been under the able management of '

Sheriff Brown and his sister, Miss F. E. C. Ry., passed through here Tuesday -While clearing the stem of his favor- quite equal, to of the the fast Atlantic"Kansas Coast.City The, forms to be used from competitive Messrs. Glllls A :Murray for some time y'
greyhound
visited City Point this week. on their way to Miami. Messrs. C. ite pipe with a pluoe of galvanized iron : has points. past, but Mr. Gilt!* has resigned and ,
B. Rogers and Philip Walter, of Jackson-. Ocean Steamship Company spent taken charge of a New York hotel. ;
wire this week, our genial county clerk, In this er
[now to growl tobacco. Pamphlets officials.Mr ( nearly $100,000 refitting splendid
seed free by calling at this office vllle, accompanied the above Mr. A. A Stewart, had the misfortune passenger ship. The "Augusta" A Few Word from Ohio. Mr.' Tlraborlake, proprietor of the AlIvghany ,

J. C. Lanier, traveling freight to run the wire i quite deeply into the take the "Gate City's" place which ship hotel, Cohen Bridge Va., will1 11
(Editor E. D. Oslin, of the.Melbourne agent of the J., T. d; K. W. Ry., who fleshy part of his hand, and In con- off for'minor repairs. This line en. BHIDORPOIIT O. Sept. 0 ''07.EJitor probably take charge of Hotel Indian
bes, paid Titusville a visit on TueshMr. Indian River In has been somewhat joys the coming winter.
has been on a trip down sequence Buffering a largo patronage to and from Florida River, Itookledge. Cs
p the interests of his road stopped over from the painful, though not serious, re and our people are loud In their Indian River' .Adoofat t Mr. Timberlake f* amid to be a hotelmanager

Will & Thomas, of Miami, was In Titusville'from Tuesday until Wednesday sult. boo says the mishap will boa praises of the splendid passenger and Enclosed please find $1.51) for my sub Of considerable' ability, and his F'

iassenger to Jacksonville the first of on his way to points northwards. thing of the past In aihort while, though, freight service of the Ocean Steamship soilptlon to your paper, which I found wife Is an assistant of no mean order.
and he does not expect to luso much We also understand Hotel Indian River
.week. He returned south yesterday. Company. arrival
[ -On our 8th page will be found the awaiting me on my yesterday.
of '
It. state repair
thorough
sleep by will bo put into a ;
-We note that some of our Daytona advt. of B. F. Manier, Jacksonville, who Every thing.In the north point unmistakably before the season commences.
I Seabreeze subscribers have been has a large and elegant stock of wheels, -During the progress of last Satur Brevard County Blood Hounds. to a great business revival;

king a land purchase at Miami. comprising many of the best makes. day's bicycle races the spectators were sad, If 1 mistake not, to. the greatest I A number of masons, bricklayers, ear
Those desiring a first-class machine treated to a mirth-provoking Incident "boom" the. country has yet witnessed. and laborer are at work In the
-Mien Daisy Skill left on the St. Au- should not fall to write' or see Mr not on the programme. A novice on Wa understand that some complaint Yours truly, Hotel Alca.ar, enlarging the dining room
Mne, Monday afternoon, for Eau Manier. the his "first ride," violently has been made as to the cost of feeding JNO. S. L'ociiUAN. and rotunda, says the St. Augustine f,
me, on* a visit to Miss Laura Houston. ( collided with a barrow laden witha the county dogs, which are deemed an unnecessary correspondent of Times-Union and Citfsun. a

lilr. '-Station Agent; F. W.. Miller of theJ. tub of "swill and the comminglingof expense by many taxpayers. The entire south loggia of the
A. E. Wilson, of the Wilson T. & K. W. Ry. at this plaeer; return- Upon bringing the mutter before bbeillT Miami.
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bresu Palatka loft the first of thek rider, swill, bicycle, tub and barrow, I court will bo utllUod for tliU purpose,
Co.t ed to town Monday from his vacation of Brown he Informs us that the dogs are *
for the time being, created much fun for and a concrete walk six foot wide will be e"'
on a visit to his family in New York. a few weeks which he spent in Richmond all-except the luckless rider of the not so useless as It Is generally' believed. built north of the dining room to connect :*

[Mrs. Louis A. Brady,.little son Law- Washington, New York and other wheel. The picture can best be Imag- lie has recently made trials and found John Douglass l'U: In town on business the court entrance to the hotel with the a

be and Miss R. Smith returned toIn big cities. lIe gained lOilbs. while on ined than described. that they did the work: flr.whl h they one day last week. loggia !going to the Casino Only A par6s.@,

last after his northern visit. were purchased very successfully Of of went to thick wall will be
Saturday, a pleasant stay Quite a party young people tion of the concrete
-After an absence of several days, it Is not often that the dogs are I
abreeze. course Florida sail last removed. The arches that heretofore
-Mr. J. B. Casey, representing the J. Capo a on Sunday
after the Interests of the ADVOCATE that
looking wanted, but It Is possible they maybe
[Mr. L. E. Barker, representative of S. Johnson Co., Baltimore, was in town at COCOA and vicinity, Mr. J. G, needed at any time: and, after nil, lion J. A. McDonald ha returned to formed the north that side the of extension the dining ol room the

I Ocean Steamship Line, was in town from Saturday until Monday, when he Bast started yesterday by the steamer the expense of feeding them Is said to bo the city after quite an absence In the dining so be

uple of days the first of the week, left for other places as far south as Dade St. Augustine for the St. Luole river, to not very large, when the great use they north room these can arches.reached The opening by passing lathe
to business for his county. It Is quite awhile since Mr. He will be the through
ending company. be gone a week. guest be In tracing criminals Is taken Into
may be
of Lemon the court will
W. Russell City' overlooking
A. one loggia
Casey was In Tltusville, and his old-time W. G. Winans of New York City, ,
of Col. consideration. >
Rev. Father O'Boyle was attending; visited Jacksonville filled In that the guest occupying t
friends were glad to meet him again. his beautiful home on the bluff overlooking popular young men, so "
|ministerial duties at Daytona and at last week. seats on the north side of that dining/ 1
ghborhood from until Mon- -Capt. Ueo. Cook Informs us that he the Indian River, at Eden, where will have excellent 'view of the
Friday an
< prolonged at- The Yankee Doodle Sold. Hamilton Douthit paid a visit to 8t room
to overcome a
r. The reverend gentleman seems to expects to purchase another sailing he hopes last week and returned Tuesday court. The change, In addition to giving
has reduced his Augustine
Insomnia that
tack of -
Doodle ,
the Yankee
craft to replace
Instead of 800
always the 400 ,.
on move. seating
which he sold this week. It' will be a weight some fifty pounds In the last The'sloop-racht Yankee Doodle, Capt. night. will make the dining hall much lighten.

Mr. \V. B. Thompson, of Jackson larger and more commodious boat than twenty months. Mr. G. Cary-EIwes will Geo. Conk, that has been a source of so Joseph Dorn rode the goat last Tuesday and more attractive than It I I. nt present,

e, stopped.over at Titusville from his last one,-and be elegantly fitted up act as the Tltu IV lIle correspondent of much enjoyment to many "Jolly crnls- night In the Woodmen of the World, for the reason that light will enter tha"
nday until Tuesday, en route home for the convenience of pleasure parties. the Times-Union and Citizen during Mr. ers' and others on-oil beautiful Indian lilsoavne Lodge No. 80. north side directly from the court, wblla 4
pn a trip down the East Coast, in thereat Bast's absence. him out of a
River existence as
gone heretofore It has been barred by thawldu
of the Jacksonville Marble Co. -Proprietor Chas. U. Walton of the which will Mr.' King, foreman of the Miami Metropolis -
craft
-----w- pleasure new many will also
The enlarge
ADVOCATE, Mrs.' J. O. Walton and spent several day In Jacksonville loggia. change
-Dr. Potter Dade Gun Shoot. receive with regret and will In future the rotunda bringing the north y
county's popular i Claude Walton left here, Wednesday last week, taking In the excursion.Dr. "
I able representative, passed through morning for Washington, D. C. New sail the waters of the East Coast solely side out to the court, while heretofore
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usvllle, Monday, on hiv way home to York and the White Mountains oli; New On Thursday next, 33rd: inst.the Tltns In the Interests of trade. She has recently J. O. Beside, one of Miami' It looked out upon the loggia Tha ;.

Ira Bcaoh from Washington, D.O., Hampshire. They were Joined at Jacksonville vUle Gun Club will give its first autumn become the property of the Singer prominent physicians, left last week for change that are now being made by Mr.
kre Manufacturing Co., of Jacksonville, and three weeks visit to his old home in will add considerably to the .. V
he has been taking a three months by Mr. J. O. Walton,,and will be shoot, which all members of state clubs" a McUuIre
will
Ration.Mrs.. absent several weeks. are cordially Invited to attend. An Interesting with her name changed to "Singer, Nashville, ,Tenn. floor space of the dining room and rotunda N

.D. L. Gaulden, two children and ':"'Mr. Chas. H. Miller of the West programme has been arranged that: do, 8.freighting B. hey, the for that Brevard company county agent Wm. Varnadoe, contractor Miami on last the ) ance of, as the wall ground a* to door the general of the apr.e.-
occasion and It Is expected works returned to
s. Stevens-Mrs. Gaulden'. mother- Palm Beaeh firm of Anthony & Miller, for the and for the Singer sewing machine, will oan- r'lagler several will remove the south loggia, from the ,
t here, Saturday last, to sojourn a passed through here, Monday, en route a large number of shooters spectators vas Indian River In the Interests of the Monday night having spent court, but there remain ample room on +,
jilo at Daytona. Col. Gaulden spent home after a three weeks' trip to New will be present .. above company, and anyone dropping/ week in. Georgia on a visit to bis wife. tile east, north and west loggia for tha

Ira Saturday until Monday. at. thePie York and other northern cities. He also him a postal card at Cocoa will be able Mrs. T. H. Broome and daughter,'Miss accommodation of guesU. g

place. acted as best man at the wedding of The Juno-Jupiter Canal. to obtain one of these fine machines on Ada, of DeI.and, are visiting Attorney

K-On our Inside, will be found Editor Bobo Dean of the Lake Worth approval. Old machine will also be Gordon R. Broome and wife. They will Our Fall and Winter 4f
idles Jajtes "A News, at Union City, Mich., while north. Several sailboats and a launch baring taken In exchange. The Singer Mfg. Co. probably spend the entire winter In
upon "Planting Cabbage, -
successfully made the trip through the turned out "
|>rlda Shell Mound "Lime and Its -Attorney Oeo.. M. RobbIns was a too have just a new "drop- Miami. Stock! bought ahead of the new tariff
above canal, It is' not presuming' machine In which the head sinks out of
fects," "What is a Person Worth northboundtrain and O. D. arrive In few'days Our Dras. "j
passenger on last Saturday's much to that It Is only a matter of a beautiful table. Messrs. Charles Thompson will a
say a '
Excursion to Daytona," "Cut Roses," en route to Baltimore on business short time when crafts of light draught sight., leaving_ Tucker gave a dance at the Hotel Miami Good., Novelties, many of which cannot 4'

taking Poultry Profitable," "Sugar; matters. He goes from there to North will be able to use the Inside route exclusively last Friday evening about thirty couple now be had In the market, contain th 1.
fctSoli/'etc. Carolina, where his wife and children from Jupiter to Miami. The New "Advocate" SulMerlber.. being present. The music wa good and two and three tone effect so desirable. ain

/-The grounds surrounding the F. E. have been spending the summer, and I dredge will probably complete the work a most enjoyable evening/ wa whiled patterns no two alike.

J R'y. depot have been much improved will return home to Titusville with them In a few weeks at the outslda- A* an advertising medium the ADVOCATE away "tripping the light fantastic," GARDNKU: a WALKau.Lrutnch .

appearance by the general clearing of about the 25th Inst. cannot be beaten The followingare Tom J. Jones. 'an old resident of

v scrub and the planting out of pal- -The dance at the Opera house, as The Tltusvllle Public School the names of a few more recent subscribers Miami, returned to our city, after several fnjr Sale.

ftto trees and St. Lucie grass, and usual was quite an enjoyable| affair onTuesday -' to the pink paper I Capt. J. month visit to Philadelphia, New York (

braise tq be among the neatest on thee night,* there being a goodly' Will open on Monday, Sept. 27th, we Allen Lovelace, Miami; John (rtrlfflth, and other northern cities. We are glad The fine cabin launch ;Whistle \tln f

In the near future. number present Among those who are Informed by Supt. Jno, H. Sams and Gloucester, Mass.: O. B. B. Harrison, welcome Tom among us once more, .for sale cheap. She !I. new and all 1,

kindly furnished the music were Capt. tbe other school In Brevard county the Waveland; Ed. G Harris Daytona; U. and hope he! will locate permanently.P. furnished; length 30 feat, beam 0 feet
The Misses Aline and Daisy Brady and Mrs. James Pritchard, Mrs. Roawell date thereafter* J. Haney Stuart; Jay Wilkinson M. head room 6 foot :3 Inches;' draw !lit In.
[here last Saturday for Bristol, Va., Coleman Mrs. M. E. Ornber, Mrs. R, same ticable. Mr, or*.a A.* coon W. Sweet Miss Susie prac: Prell, C. E. Richards, O. P. O.II. J. Coate., one of Miami's photographers oboe; ha kitchen and water closet, and
week Y
fere they have entered the Southwest W. Rhoaee} Miss Ethel Morris and Mr. F. Brown and Miss Ida R. Bate. will Bliven, L..B. Dutcher O. W. Itch, J. wa arrested tat Davis on a cockpit forward and aft; ha* no machine
out Mrs. oharglog -
Irglnla Institute for young ladies. Budinot Pritchard. of the Titusville school this F. Schofleld, Tbos. Format, Rav. J. D. warrant sworn by ery. Owner selling because ba want a
ring their absence of about nine have charge Goodwin M. Pellett Coates with having In hi* posaawlon be
Hankerson, Thad. larger boat. Launch can seam at I
nth, they will be much missed by _Work upon the two-mile fence being term, and being well known by our peo J. O. Keller Rev. J. A. Long, K. C. Jester obscene picture The defendant wa Peter Nelson's boatyard at Titusville.ICare .
Ir many TltnsvUle friends, both socly erected In the vicinity of Lyrata, by Mr. ple a* thoroughly l efficient teacher, no II. F. Douglas, E. T. Conrad 4: Co., bound over to await the action of the I

| and otherwise, a* two more popular O. D. Bryan, Is progressing satisfactorily Further Introduction I*necessary Ur. D. D. Iteekman, K. K. Maley, L. county court which convene at Juno on Chance.

ever could hardly be found. and when completed it will enclose ,Thompson, Oeo. Cooper, A. J. .Davis, the first Monday In October. Mr. Coata
s the pink paper will do It* best one of the finest cattle ranches In To Make Tannin Extract. 'ROM Miller, Wm. Troy, Mrs Eva Bux- ha secured the service of Mar
sale Rldgewood avenue Daytona -
For on
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keep them posted to ttfe doings Brevard county. Running parallel with John 8.E. 8cott; Broom. to defend him at.. the X71.
a* ton C. M. Blngbam, jr.. Bratt. .' nice residence and Improved h, w
the location a very
Coast Railway; The Titusville Tannin Extract Co. expect trial.
East
|4arburg and along the East Coast the Florida Bollard, W. II. Peck, John flashy, In a desirable location. Mouse U '
undoubtedly lot.
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>Ue they are away, and thus help'them selected by Mr. Bryan I. to operations In the course K.JL Zober, J. B. Hill 8. H. Cove D. rented and tan cent net.
feel that with excellent one. of a few days, with large force of employes. Vincke4stein for now pay per I
[ a 1>>ond still unite them an Dt Rodgere, W. W. Austin, M. Sale. This I I. worth your attention.
'Kir friends on Indian River. Mr. E. L. of the During; the time the work banbeen J. McCullotn C. U. .
-We have In our office a sample addition and J. E. Long Address "C. 1[. W.," ;r
**y,who accompanied his daughters photographic ability of Mr. Ed. O. Bar- shot down extensive made the Spencer Wm. WIcklng., ,O. W. tttaven, Two barrel of good cabbage palmetto ADVOCATE office, t
> lave been to
p r sit ere will probably pay New York ill, Daytona, and it has been favorably Improvement machinery, which will greatly facilitate L. D. Bowerman U. C. Morris, Robt. honey well matured, for sale p' 50 cant Tltusvtlla, Fla.
Titusville. Mr. U. Nan Dora G.II. .
| returning home to commented upon by many. the filling of the large order now on file Klutz, J. B. Parkinson, per gallon. .Address C. (L,
1 of no mean Blount all of Daytona; J. B. UpdaGraffa
I. .. photographer ,
ADVOCATE
Harris care
Mr.
/firm. To
and to be received by the Exchange. i
of Hews C. A. Ballongb, C. D. Grlgg T.
AVY BLUE Percales order, which Is the reason M. Brown hi in New York la theinterests Titusvtlle, Fla. -
Ferris Wm.
fall -
styles:
demand In various G. Julian T. A. Davis, O. D. Flnla,. A.
In- ,
I waist*, Gardner; Walker.fATCH being to much other state When In of the concern, and when betakes S. Uarronn L. E. Johnson, liar.- W. F. Fine' new, two-story dwelling, 7 room,' 4t
and ,
pam of this In hand It U bound to fitted with water and throughout<
anything gas
I call at his studio In the Peck Stuart, all of Seabreeze; 1$... F. Unit, Notice.
the
Daytona treat of the be a success. and bath room; situated on cornasrot M''
REPAIRING done by Anthony black, and you will enjoy a Jensen. First Street and French avenue, 8w

I Bros., Wet Palm Beach, Fl*. rarest kind. Five cant men'e Waterproof Collar f The town registration book are now ford, FUv., on two Iou surrounded by 1.

for Sale. Gardner: Walker. a open at the council room, and will remain Iron fenca, sulphur and city water.." .
Bone{ Wanted. Grapefruit Duds A valuable hotel propertyon the Indian open between the hoar of 3:30 Would exchange for house and land oa

bade, one PXKIX DUCKS for **la;very fine ape River; fully famished, for ala at and 4:10 dally, until tan day before the Indian River, equivalent W.OOOi.:
grapefruit
live hundred Also budded or- clmens; only $3 for two'dock and a one-third original cost municipal election. Addras* ,E. N., S., .
[Save your bone and send them to the year old, **) per 100. drake. reM, Address, I BL8., O. CABT-ELWM, care ADYOOATC, ht'Tltusvlllm

cksonvlU. Fertfllxer Co., South Jock- sags treee. BSSeebs 11.. W. BALLAD, Mlm, J'l.- ADVOCATK office Clark. )'la...
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i ) M1 1 J '. SACRED In the center of the Maltese Lumber and
The ruby Michigan
:f ..I FROM FOOT"TO SKNEE pecore tor cabbage or caoUflower. All EXCURSION AND cross on.tbe top of the British crown Is Manufacturing 1
r successful gardeners'apply < much more CONCERT AX! DAYTOXA. .
1 Ic '+ 'M1: ; I (r Ohio Woman, Suffered Qneat Agony meoarethancan be po t Hy taken up _. the stone that; was given to the Black I MANUFACTURERS OF -

j From a Terrible Sore-Her Story oft : by tbe.orop. This ,ezceeslv: manuring On Sunday text, Sept. 19, 1807, the Prince by King Pedro, of Castle, after

the Case, and Her eu... Is not a waste as It seems to Insure almost Florida East Coast Railway Co. will rUn the battle of Najara. Henry .V. of battle England Cypress ar Pine Lumber, Mill StufI'JSidings, Floorii
it his helmet at the ,
on
"For many year.I WM afflicted with a 'perfect heading and much larger two special excursions to DaytOnaonefrom wore 1

jbr,} f ; milk leg, and a few:yean ago It broke out heads; as well as uniformity. A good Jacksonville and the other, from Aglncourt. __ Ceilings and Mouldings, Packing Boxes. and Crates Turning and Scroll
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r 1 iv'' la a core and spread from my foot to my crop of-cow peas I Is one of the greatest Fort Pleree. Tike train from Jacksonville ( HafreiHalr: Renewer contains the natural Good work: and material at low prices. Take- Main street car line Wort

I,vd l '; \ knee. I suffered /great agony. It would helps,to successful cabbage rops.Of / will leave that olty at 8:00 a. m., food and color-matter for the hair, to mm tit

,, IL 1 1 4 'Lk born and Itch all the time.and discharge 'the four fertilizing elements that South Jacksonville, 8:00; St. Augustine, and medical herbs for the scalp, curing office.

,, av great deal. My health'was /good with have usually to pupply iAIJe: south, East Palatka grayn-, baldness, dandruff and scalp
j'' we 9:10? Palatka, 10:20; Telephone (old line) 485. '
t the exception of this sore. ,0<1 tried great/ lIoe.. Jacksonville
i but would the proportion per,1,000 pounds of fresh 10:40; Ormond, 12:00: arriving at Daytona : Fla.H. ,
r IN' ) many kind of }calve, some !" ,
rll n irritate the aore *o that.I.could hardly cabbage is.as follows: Nitrogen,2:4Ibs: ; at 12:10. Returning, leave' Pny Xfo-To-BM' for Fifty: Cent -

"I ,' ; s i stand tho pain. I could,not go near the potash, 0.3, Ibs; lime &1 Ibs; 'phosphoric tona at 5:20: p. m., and arriving at Jacksonville Ouaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak -:-
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.. blood boo,tl. All druggist*
men strong pure.
t acld.2.4Jbs.) at m.
Intensely.. Someone 930
9 ; x fire without suffering p.
i fat, f iN sent me papers containing/ testimonial of Although cabbage takes up tmt little The other train win leave Fort Plbrce HARRY MASON

', 8ures.. by Hood's Barsaparllla\ and I told nitrogen from the soil, yet the presence 1:00: a..m.; Melbourne, 8:40: ; Rockledge i There In. more than ordinary pathos' in CO,

h a : ; my husband would like to try this med of It'in large proportions seams to be 9:27: ; Cocoa, 9:13. the death of Gen. Robert McLeod Fuser
4 icine. lie a bottle and I found it; : of tbe British who, having passed
/got me a,necessity., It Is due! at T1TU&VILLE at'lO3: ; army, Jobbers
-J ti ,helped me. I kept on taking It until my ,In.many sections of the south where and ,New Smyrna at 11:20- ; arriving at through Innumerable campaigns and MASON & CO. in Finn Imported '

} limb was completely healed. I cannot there>U an absence of lime In ,the soil, Daytona at 11:63 a.m. lived until the ripe age of 82,.was knocked W Bay Street,
i for the
} ; taii great praise Hood's benefit SuraaparUla it' has been enough,to me. It It should be applied. A generous percentage Returning will leave.Daytona at 5:00p. : down and killed by' an absurd lumber-.. JACKSONVILLE. Liquors and Cigars Hij l
) of I Is also important to some omnibus, on' the Edgeware road t ,
'cjj i cleanses the< blood of .Impurities.. and potash m., and arriving at Fort I.lerce Ilt

; 4' leaves it rich and pure." Man. ANNA.' B.EAKKN make affirm, crisp, shipping cnbbage. 10:46: p., 'n>. same, day. Train will stop London. "

I WhIUlesey, Ohio, We have been unable ,to see .any ad for passengers at Intermediate points. Grade ,Whiskies Etc .

You can buy Hood's Sarsaparllla of all vantage-In tbe practice of sowing seed Round-trip rates to iDaytona and re- Deafness Cannot be Cured ,

j druggists. Be sure to get only Hood's.; where the plant Is to stand. When trans- turn, from stations south of Titus villa. By local applications ae they cannot each --....--.; I

'1t' the of the root shouldbe the diseased portion of the ear. There Is WhUkles-Imported and Domestic:i Southern Belle, ,.. .
; are" the' favorite family planting, tip tap 75$ cents; Tit us villa, SOcts.; Oak nil't5cts. eachaandhone """ trom '
Hood Pills deafness and that Brandies-D<>mento, apple, peach blackberry, and ,..., ..,.from 1.110:11I
j k r i S cauiaruo..rrlce too. pinched oil to encourage the fibrous ; ; .; New Smyrna and Port Orange, only one way to-cure remedies.., Deafness Olns-Holland, Old Tom, etc.....,.-.....,....?*...p.t....... ."i.........rrOI1:1: tl' .
the stem : Is by constitutional Rum .. .... .;.. ........ ...., ................. apory""
roots, and it every respect 25cts. In caused by an 'inflamed condition of Wince-Port, Sherry' Catawba'Mucatel, Claret, etc., from..........,....:..':.Immh.per...... ,,, *,
should be set In up to the leaves.. Noneof Besides the numerous natural at- the mucous lining of the Eustachian Clareta Finest BraaSs.............. .. .,....... .....,.....n......j............... from''\\.OO :
PLANTING CABBA012.Editor this tube Is Inflamed Bottled Beer. ..,.,......................4.'. .... ....>....-... ........ ............... ....frolD IIJj'iIrlkt 2,2.\l'( ' -.' it should be exposed. >O. J. P. tractions which make a visit to Daytona tube. When you B3T- All other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices. \
sound
VVizle' have or Imperfect
iY'' 45 i 4 most time there win a rumbling and demijohns will be packed In boxes when
enjoyable at any closed Jugs so requested, without ,
Indian.River Advocate: against hearing;; and when It Is entirely tI
sickness and
; Protect yourself tra cost. refunded for "empties" when returned.
Money Express
} be on this ocoaslon-Sunday., Sept. 10-- deafness Is the result, and unless the Inflammation Company rip i
i. planted suffering by keeping your blood rich and take C. O. D. Send with order to and
AB a general thing cabbage sacred concert by the Firs can be taken out and this tube not liquor money save delay trouble
at Daytona a
', too In Florida. We fall to pure with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Weak, Send for Price List, or call upon MASON & CO.,
early growers ,. restored to Its normal condition, hearingwill
1 ,bear In mind sufficiently the difference thin, Impure blood" 'is sure to result *In .Battalion Band, :jf. S. T. be destroyed forever; nine cases out 301,.807, 809 811, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, FLA:
disease. be the last excursionsthis
between vegetable that oomes in competition These are to ten ate caused by catarrh, which Is nothfug -
t w I t 'il year, so those who lave cot yet visited l ; but an Inflamed condition of the mu- --
r i 4 with the collated- or pitted crop Hood's Pills are easy to take, ,easy to picturesque Da.ytoDabad better cous surfaces. E. WIN uENB cn; Manager F.. M. BURST, Treasure
1 -of the north, which In usually Dot ex- operates Cure indigestion, blllousnoH o We will give One Hundred Dollars for
Ny, take advantage of this opportunity, especially -
'haunted until after the frost t. out of any case of Deafness (caused by ,catarrh)
and effects as the fare is so low., FLORIDA MACHINE WORKS
t. } the ground In the spring, and a crop that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
When Daytona' you :should subscilbe Cure. Send for circulars; free.F. .
:which, however I early It may ,be, Jlnda no for the DAILY DATTOJJIAN: the J. CBEKBT Co., Toledo O. "
f rival InI the northern market. In" the Briefly described, say's the Rural
only dally paper published between St. !JtST": Sold by all Druggists, 76e.AIBX IRON !and BRASS CASTINGS.General
j i spring or winter, except perhaps the un- World the actions of lime are as follows .
,
i Augustine and Key West, 'on the East .
M1 I a important supply from the hot-houses. : If applied on sandy soil It fills up Coast of Floi'Ida. t ; Repairing Promptly & Accurately Done.

Cabbage is an example of the. former the openings, makes the" particles ad- j\ NEAR. BUNKS TA.YL.OB.

f class of the latter. Cabbages here closer, causes them retain moisture : '
tomatoes .Shafting;
Pulleys
; Columns Dangm
f The vlctoiles, of IIood'sSarsaparma" Iron Building! ,
are, wintered over; tomatoes are not. better, to absorb less beat duclng over all NEAR & TAYLOR" and Boxes ta Stock.

The early Irish potato from Florida also the day and retain more: at night. On Forms of diseaseConclusively > (Successors to John:McAllister.) Sash Weights and! GrateBars
encounters a cellared or old potato inv clay soils It separates the particles, making proVe '. : Saw Mandrels of. all Slut

the northern marker, but always gets the soil more porous; thus easierforthe That Blood is Purifier.an unequalled In Artesian Well Contractors a Specialty.. Furnished

"' '' the popular preference, while an early passage of water and air, and,there- The demon Scrofula conquers, ,

Florida cabbage Is no better than a well fore, makes the soil warmer and easierto Relieves the Itching and ,burmng of EAU CALLIE, FLA. SUG-_. ... MILLSi.Telephone.102. .

wintered northern cabbage, and may not work. Lime also hastens the' decayof salt rheum, cures running sores, ulcers,
: matter in the soil which boils pimples, and every other.corm of: Office and Shops at End of Viaduct In Riverside
be' as good.. Hence, ,the bulk,of the vegetable ,
humor diseases originating In impure
c Florida erop should' be planted so that of course renders the nitrogen more blood. or The cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla :' JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

It may not be thrown, Into competition available. If a soil Is sour, an application are cures-absolute, permanent, perfect

1 with the old crop.' of lime will sweeten it. It a green cures! They arc; based upon it.. /great
o :a: .A. S. ::e'I: : "t7 IL/E Sc CO.
I Last winter, for Instance, I. had a qrop Is plowed under an application ,of power to purify and enrich the blood. ... ,

small crop of cabbage which l I began to lime will prevent the soil from becoming DEALERS IN -
For the slnkroom a simple disinfectant
? despair of ever marketing.: Thousands acid. Is made ground; coffeein :'Il.n.e: Wines: an.c1 Liquors,
by putting some
b of barrels were being shipped north I There is one effect of line that has no
a saucer and in the center' a small 417, A 410 TV. Bay St.,
s throughout February, March and April, doubt frequently, been noticed although tfJ
conclusions have 'been drawn piece of camphor gum. Light the gum JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA./
and bringing very poor returns, some- wrong
with match..' As the burns allow
a
j' times not even enough to cover cost of from it. It has often been experiencedthat gum RICH WINES create good, rlcb W-
;V the coffee to burn with It. The perfumeIs thy blood. Don't make the mliukiil
f transportation. Fortunately an application of lime proves very "
: t my crop and well : buying; sour poor wine beam k
: had been planted late and, to my surprise beneficial to clovers of all kinds. ,It was refreshing healthful as as .. -'- LJ' cheap. It Is not. It has a natty;toKreeable
r r niCCIVEDTHI a effect the svstem, *UkiKood
Inexpensive. N upon
?, F by the time it was really ready to formerly thought that' the line itself 'HIGHEST AWARD 1a1 PURITY. ; wine is really not eipemK ad i
l' hip, the glut had passed by the old cabbage was the only fertilizer needed for tbe Hives you that pulled-together, a1
I Do.'tTobaeesSPIE and Buiok loir IJflt "".,. SlLtl.'We feeling
yt of,the north.had been cleaned up, clover; It !Is now known, however, that make a Specialty of North OUna
V To quit tobacco euslly. and torever be maR Mountain Dew Corn V hi,key,tin
and I received pretty fair prices; and, the beneficial action of the lime_upon netlo lull ot Ufa, nerve and vigor, take No-To- KOBT. AV. SIMMS; a years old, '2.BO per gallon. 4
singularly enough, better prices In'Jacksonville clover is due to'tbe' fact that'time liberate Bao,tbe wonder-worker that make weak men Parties living in Dry. Town we, can will It"
well to order from u as
i t than'In New York.It other plant food In the soil, notably strong.Booklet All druggists and ,sumple tea or(I.free.Cure Address guaranteed SOLE AGENT, AND u them 50 per cent.on all orders.tr .

should be borne In mind also that potash, which Is o! so much ImportanceIn Sterling Remedy: Co., Chicago or New York. ; Always send new money account with oWe nnl
.".'>:. will not open
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it ;I cabbage seed does not germinate well if successful'clover cultuie. It will be Wholesale Liquors. > .. suitable Jacksonville reference li Tom pn
-" sent C.O.D to Dry
Goods
No
+ :, ; G planted too early., Mr. IT. Hastings, seen, however that the continued application Miss Bulah Dlx, a Celesa high school j'"url I ..\ Agent for Indlanopolls, Brewing f1

i a prominent ,seedsman, says' that bun- of lime alone would soon cause graduate, has captured the Harvard prizeof Jacksonville. Florida. / Brewers and Bottlers Inillamiwl its

s t dreds, kf pounds of cabbage >seed are lost the soil to become exhausted of Its natural $250 for the best thesis on "the pub. Hercules Malt Tonic, J2.2S per case i Clayton Sc Russell Wild Cherry Brandy,'UO per ala

is every September. The effect of heat and supply not only of potash, but also lished collection of English and Scottish !V'Write for Prices. --

,', cold on the germination of some kindsof I of phosphoric sold, and in time the land ballads 1705 to 1803.>:) This prize Is opento

vegetables U but! little understood by would become clover-sick which is a undergraduates of Harvard, who reside -

planters generally Cabbages, cauliflowers ; condition often met, with.. at the ,university as students, and ...Agents Wanted... THE PAINT STORE; III

beets, onions and radishes all the young women at Radcllffe[ college or

germinate freely in a temperature of less A shorthand: typewriter measuring annex; FOB- -

l than CO degrees, and the higher the avo'erllge only 8 Inches by 7 and 4 Inches high'has .' ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS
been patented In England. It is noiseless JUVENILE HOLIDAYAND ,
i temperature over_that, the smaller Everybody Bays So.
will be the percentage of germinationand cheap and writes in lines on a roll Casoarets Candy' Cathartic,the most wonderful '
1 of paper, the beginning and end of each medical discovery of the age, pleasant X7 -Papers
the weaker the plants and the dlffl- and refreshing to the taste, act gently ,
e 'culty In overcomingthis weakness Is line, working automatically. and positively on kldueys, Uver and bowels, Standard Subscription
cleansing the entire system dispel colds,
r often more than the plants are worth. cure headache, fever, habitual constipation
This explains the apparent failure of and blllouaness. Please buy and try a box BOOBS, Outride! Cold Water:; ]milt.
of awed to germinate when the temperature. \\\\\\\\\\JlI\ \\ \ kJ guaranteed to cure by alt druggists. By the W. B. .Conkey Company, theargest '
} Is high.F \\\\ / publishers and manufacturers of I. E. BAIRD & CO.,

:Dr. Oemler Id his work 'on Southern books In the United States.. Finest line
WIf you need any Job printing, we of new holiday and other subscription JACKSONVILLE, 1
Gardening, states that he has often sown shall be pleased to get a share of It. books on the market. Also agents wanted 52 West Bay & Laura Sta., -

I several pounds of good cabbage seed for "The Silver side," the latest and
Oils Varnishes and Room Mouldings.
Paints Glass ,
without getting a !single plant. best text-book: on the silver-question by .
a22.ted..: .-.A. :a5az1In : : :
the silver leaders. Exclusive territory.
great -
PRKPAItATIOK Or SEED BKD8.
section at sell Largest Commissions. :Prices
every once to staple
The beds should be raised from four y.lRJ!,
,.. 3-a gotods to dealers;no peddling;experience below competition. SAW AND rtANiNO MILLS, JACKBONTII.I.EE.
Ii to six: Inches above the surface and made unnecessary; best side line. $75.00 a I Write at once for circulars and special Pnlatka Fla. Say B*., Foot of C

r from four to five feet wide. The soil "--,;;;- month. Salary and expenses or, large term, stating your choice of territory,

1 t it; should be well pulverized and slightly commission made. Address, with 2 cent W. B. CONKEY COMPANY WILSON ; COMPANY
for sealed Clifton CYPRESS
F ce'nter stamp particulars, Soap ,
raised In the If the bed Is in the
ot 348 340 331 Dearborn
worowis life and Manufacturing Company Cincinnati 3.it. 3-15. 347. St.,
open. If protected by shading of old its
Ohio. Manufacturers of
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CHICAGO. -> -
dawn In g i is the \
bags 'or something similar; it can be \
maiden's tender / 1\
h f 11'
made level., We advise that all seedbeds sentiment:it brightens /fJ \\1 and Latt.
11 Lumber
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,. into the iteady l Cypress Shingles
be protected, as we are"subject to affection of the con GEORG MARX. ,JOHN.MARX. ,

heavy beating rains that will often wash tented wife aad.' lhi ,
seed out of the soil before germination reaches its glorious\ noontide la the nappy: : MARX BROS:: A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling; siding mouldings
mother. Happy motherhood is a true wo. shipments
or In case of the hot sun coming out Immediately man'a loftiest ambition.. Her big-heat pride Wholesale Dealers In* lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt

after.rain, the young seedlings is la her fitness. to fulfill this grand and mouldings,of.all patterns a specialty. uJ


should be sown thinly in drills, which for this nobleat of womanly functions 131 Mid 193 KM Bay> Street and 8 and 8 N.wnaa Street.J'aok.soz1vU1e .
by weakness. or dincaae.A -
should be from three to' four Inches : woman who suffers from a ailment of : 5_F1or:14a.. :
+ apart, allowing room for working the the delicate special organism of her sex; '
b feels something more than pain and physical ONE OF ,THE W. B. DJLWSO1T,
OLDEST FRUIT
it oil slightly until the plants are of sufficient wretchedness She is mortified with a HOUSES IN THE CITY. ,
size to transplant. Cover seed (In sense of womanly incompleteness '

sandy soil) from one-half to three-fourths. cloud But no of woman misery and need diaaatiafaction.remain under this Dr. We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas; Wholesale and Retail

er an Inch deep, "flrmingVI the soil after Pierces Favorite Prescription positively guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want
cures all diseased conditions and weak. your Oranges and Vegetable. Give ns a trial and ;you will be pleased.
If be not sufficient ;
there rain
covering. ae...., and restores complete health and MARX WINE & MERCIIA
the bed should be watered. Thin sowIng strength: to the feminine organs. BROTHERS JACKSONVILLE, FLA. LIQUOR

of seed will be found advantageous, It is the only medicine or its kind devised = :
for this one purpose by aa educated and ..-
as It gives the seedling better chance for perlenced physician and eminent specialist

.', development.BOIL. in It this is the particular only medicine field of which practice.can be relied Magnolia Grocery.... 1 119 1 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
AND PBKPABATIOK.The
upon to make the ordeal of motherhood

best soil for cabbage U a rich absolutely safe and almost painless H. A. HENRY Fine Old and Domestic fines Hat
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I "i.esanat say too.. Ouch foe or.f tierce'. Pawor Proprietor.. Liquors Imported ,
sandy loam similar to the richest ham- he .....,rlpCio.f .. wrap Yin *a... ..'1* or Wholesale and Retail Dealer In ,
aMdgeport.
MoatmnMry Co, haw's1 feel
mock hinds of Florida. A.nll&11dy land duty ta-aay to all worara who M*b* Mftr-itay Mexican and Florida Cigars.
that has been sufficiently manured will I.. For ..y...... or the. wenb that. It U the STAPLE AND, ,
FANCY
beet.ecUd o. earth for them tG_ I *** GROCERIES.***
.produce good crops ,of cabbage .This k too"'.wahtytUr. the-g1aer cod 1& 414_-ceasjotprase sari FINE :FANCY G-R.OOEB

vegetable Is;, ,". believe, the rankest 'Writ or call for our Cash Price List,which will please ComP **
jt feeder of all. Two tons of DrPierce's pleasant rIlets regulate the yea WHISKEYS from $2.00,Per Gallon upward I handle'DO
high
,k grade 103 Main and
33 West Streets LIt
( C.. .commercial fertilisers an none too much stomach ptsiere-,Urer and bowel Of aU ssedkia Telephone No. 353.Forsyth JACKSONVILLE. FLA. 1 jy,Price List upon application.. 'Tonr Jug Trade $OUcftO. re0"

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Joe FI lIe... . . . k-SvC7uB ** .. 884 HODGES & GODFREY
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W. J\OIIIU. WAI.TBB.S.GBABAM.OBBINS SATE: OF' FI.OR1DA. Eli Carlile ... . [ . I,,nl (J.. . ".. 44
mum A GRAHAM COUNTY: OF BREVARD.TOWN OF TITUSVIUUtV P M' Fisher . . . 10t*:1ts": }) . . W ,
I 1" M Isher . ..?. . luta-fisU. D". to. . *. 33 ManufactUMrs of
NOTICE is hereby given that the following desfribed lands will be- soled\, KmllyOPateh . . s' lot H Joynervllle-. ... ... .. . .... 138:
,1 ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. at public'auction on the First Monday; to October, 1807. at the. City Council fobbing & Graha.- Co. .v lot 11" .. . .. . . . 129-:I Yellow Pine Lumber ;
ten HOURS:-From 10 to 12 &.1 m., Roomivat Titusville, in tiw'County oi Brevard, or BO much thereof as will be. Unknown ... _. . lot 18 .. . . . ... . i 80 ,
d and 2 to 4 p. m. necessary to pay the amount dim for taxes 'herein set opposite tlm- lame,. ttt- JJ Box . . . . 1911 2.\ a' ..... .... . .. . 1 Ht)<
Brevard'Co. Florida getherwithcosts.. Irs T W Smith. . ..... lot 314: ... . . ;. .. a :20 KOUflH DKB88RD, \i
TITUsVILLE, OEO. H.RUMPH, JR,Collector. Unknown ...... . .. 0 I la4i &snt - fill.Soale6.practice In all the courts-etat* and fed Unknown . .... . west of lot 37 "., 011 Fruit V"a.t.ble Cr...*..
W Bellamy. . lotbsub-divlots88,39r40,41,4lJoy'rville:
: Si: 20)
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fceclal' facilities for examining and perfectland OWNER.DESCRIPTION.. AM"rAU H"0.---, ... . 16i 7" .. .. '. Lumber delivered at any part of Indian R1..ron
w 'oO' R." . . 1 283.JO throuirh' bill of IwllnK.: Anyone ..on"mpl." .:
[ title*. rn See.,township 22 S, range 3& :E: TAXEV known Smith, agti . l lot 8 "" ... . . . r. . Inff bulliflnfr on the Knot o wt.wnnlil do wall M ,
Gardner &:Emerson. .. s}! of w>tf lot 1 block A. $ 3 2) U ...... . ..,... lot 14" . . . . 1 2d writ. for pr"',". The ftnwmlll U iltimted on the ",
OARY-ELWES, Unknown. . ... .. .IotiWaJper'9sub-divoflots3,4,6,6bii.A 4 8U Unknown .. ....... t..UM* 0& ., .... ... . . 128 J ,T.- K. W. Ky,It mllee south of l sIatks.Batauma ,
J1 E Lanouette... .. . -e 00 Unknown ...... . .lot16 .. ... . .\.. . a 28 llltrlita,r utnam co.,Fla. :
NOTARY PUBLIC EltiottTitus.n! ,off lot 1 exe r'seub-dblkB 320: Unknown . ._ . ... : lot IT .. .... .. . . k 28 .
STATE AT LARGE. A N Nolle ... . . M lots5,6 Wager's sub-div blk B. 20 Unknown _. . ... . ,1ot18 II :. ..... ;;. . ".. 128 NATIONAL
Typewriting taxes paid for non- M E. w4-5kot 1 exo.n-20ftblock C. nr.drorIIGodfre.J'.I>t33 ... "( t.;I' .. It. ,, 04 ,
rents, and accounts collected, M H: Titus.. ..... .. ... . wl-otet6 block C. . . ..... ....... '84 Ifowell Tltus........... .... lot 25 '. .. .....'. . ." .?. . 80 Home-Seekers .
Udents E Correspondence ..ollotted.i So"a Norton. .. .... ... .sK. ore lot 2 blk D... .:. . ..w.. S 30 Edward L Dupoat. .. ?? lot 2<1 . ... . . . Pit .
Piftusvllle etc. .. .. .. 1I'l0rlda.CIVIL Peter Duff. . . .. ... lot 1 J T & K W Ry Co. .. n 60-tt of lots 1,2.3 bill: E. SI: 00 Elmer Shulti. .. .. ,... lot30 M '. . 00 REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
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B:E Turner .part lbtsl,2deslndeedbk'Jpg23ablkE.? :3 20 KatePSamistIot3o ". .* .IL'.i j .. 813: .
M. M. GIVEN, M E Titus (widowi. .? .a3 ret4 block E. .'.... .0' .. . ._w. I40 Mrs I, B Big lov. ... ., .,.... lots 37,38 RenMI'\I.addltlon.. . . . S 84 -- ,,
M E Titus (widow ... lots. -and 6 block B. .*... . .. ".. .. . 11 3D SFR'ravie." .. . . .Iot39: ." . . . 64 Exchanging Property for Property a '.
ENGINEER A1 SURVEYOR M E Titus (widow, }. ... w}; Lot 7 blk! E. _. . . .... a 20 Marla .Flemlng.. ..... : lot 40 . .'. .... til Specialty. Send of what '.
J l' & K W R'yCo.t.lots. l,2t,4,5,6,7bikF. . ,-v. . . 32 I IX() S U Ray. . . ., . ., |lot 1 block E Flatten'Addition\ . . 33: Description '
Cocoa, Brevard 00.,-Florida. 8 H Ray. . .,. .. : part lot 8, lodes In deed bk K pg 110'blkF) 160 Peter M\ FIR her.......... ... lot 2 E .* . . . 33: you have, and what you want. 1I 1
[ and J A Coleman. . .. . n strip lot 1 blk O... .. t. . ... . 320 Stephen Ellis . . .. lot:1": E . . . loo) MALADAK Indian River FLORIDA. III I
ti lands surveyed attention classified to pane J A Coleman ,'" . . setrtpIotlblkG,. .... . .. .. . 3 20 Peter 11 Fltlht'l" ... ..rlot 4" E .* '. .. ..'. . 83: ,
v ally done; special of A Montgomery.o part lot 1 des in feed bk M pg 0Q:) blk G. 12: 80 Peter M Fisher. ... .... : lot 2." F' '*. . . . 111 1 C. (Z. CARROLL, I
v d specifications k structure work L A Coleman. ... . .,. ... soy lot 2"* .' 11 304) 1 G 9 60 AMWingate. .... .... .. lot 3 F' .* . . . t 28
Fidges, buildings, etc.. and all branches B R Wilson . . . Iota 6, 6 block K. . . . .... .. .... 12 80 Peter M Fisher. . h. ..,,lot 4" F "- .. . . 16 Heal Estate Agent.
| civil engineering. M E Titus. . . . . s>.4of wy5 blk L. . .. . .. .,. : . 5 12/t
R I, Lockard . . . .niofw,'" block L. . .. . 0. . 512 1 Phoenix Mill Lumber! Co. lot bounded n by Orange st, s by Broad st,, Choice .
TEPHEN E. FOSTER, W R Sanders . ... .... lot 11 e-sub of old blk 3 (for Bapohurch). I 0 (W) w by ICnlg st. e by street not yet named ,
Theodore Titos . \.. Iota 3, 4 LeBaron's map of old blk 3. ... 1 60 and known ait tActory lot Titimvllle .. 12: 80 s re Wines, Liquors
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ATTORNEY-AT-LAW JT&KWn10o..lot80.8.0. .. .., 3.:. 840
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and Cigars.
M E Titus. . . . .. lot 7 "" .* 3. . 00 In Sec. 4, township 22: S, range 35 east
Roqms 420 &.423, Gardner Building D K Harrison . . . n lot 1 sub-div des in deed bk J ppr 111 W A Rawls. ... .. .. .: blk 31 andn-212rftofblk30plat In Hook; i Guaranteed Pure.
1 M-ft front on Lemon st and) -fton I page; 1 Oft. . . 320 Sold at reduced
CKSONVILLE, .. FLORIDA. Broad st, block I. ?. 8 QO EGHarrisel4soresofloldesIndeedbkU pg28H 448 it prices
WR Knox . . . etliltlofeast sub-dlvofbik4. ... ... .. 3 20 K (i Harris. ..,... .. .. part net( of neW: des in deed bk pg 2S8. :3 20 k VTukay
Mrs J E Harrison . . lot :2 east sub-divofbik4. .,.....! . o' 1 CO. W :F Flitch ..... .. ..... fotO Morrow's addition . . . .. 1 (00) ? Impnrtml ?,
hi. SCOTT. GORDON R. BROOMK. l\Irs.J Harrison . ..'. lot .. 4. . . . .. 100 Win.
COTT & BROOME, Weiser..lot. lf 4. . ... . .. 1 0'l.: In Sec. 33, township 21 8, range 35 eaali.C from 1&,1,.

Pace &; Doyle . . . lot 2 blk 6. .. . :. . . ... . .. 3 20 II Watson.. ... .. ",". ,. se cor block 1 Rtoe's addition. . . 00
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Goldsmith. .r..n $ lot 5blonk6. .. .. . ..... 0. .. : :320 L D Lock.rd. ......j.. .'. ne cor" I" .. . .., .., 128 John B. Togni
Mrs E Lanouette. . . s\t.lot 6 block 0. o. . . .. ... .. . :3 20 Wm Smith ..: .. . all :I" . . .... 102:
(over Bank) F W Emerson... . ... lot 1 blocks. . . . .. ?. .... .. .. 3 g4SG li M Price. . ... .. . all ik :*: '* .. .?. .. 221\ Metropolitan Saloon, 12!) East Bay St.,, I
Vanlandingham. . lot 3 tt 9. . : . ... ... . . 8 00 Li M: Prloe .. . .' s.><[ ". II" a. .4. 0 .\.. 06 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
{Kami, Florida. II J'Barksdale..lot7 9. . . . ... ..,. :.. .. 480 HowellTitus. . . . ..nS6 .*. tL.. . .. . 100 Whol-'. Mini R.t.ll..M.
Fla. East Coast Ry Co.lots I 0. . . ., ... .... . 6 40 E G lloltanl ... . . ne cor .*. 7" . .'. 128
riNOK S. JONES, MrsME Paddlson.lot: 0..1.. . .. 1800 Simon Ilajnbergr. ... secor ". 7 \I .. ... Wl
Fla East Coast Hy Co lots 11, 12, block 10. ,. ...... .. ... I 9 60 Simon Iliunberg . . part of "-9 . . . 011( The Largest and Most Complete -
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Gardner & Newberger.. lot 4 M li. ... %. .. .. . 860 Howell Titus. .. . . lN.ftsn',In block 11 Oil Establishment South.1
1\Irs'l'WBmlth..lot6 11. . .. . .,..<.. /, .,. 08 Fla East Coast ByColotdoein.deed bk 8: page 250... .. . t. 0 40 .... .
flTUSVILLE,. BREVARD CO., FLA. John Foy ...v.... ... .lotli 11. . ..' .,.. .. :3 GO Howell'lltus..lot 1 13. . . .. . . 9 60 range S
County Judge of Brevard County. Theodore '1'Itua.lotlblock 13. ... . ... . . . :3 50 JP Turmir.. . ... ? s part'ot lot 5 blk B Colt-man's addition. 1280
Theodore Titus . . lot 2". 1... . ,,. .. ... . .. ... .'. 160 J Turner. . . lots ...B, C' "v 11)3: A
Theodore Titus . . lots 14. . .. . . . .-. 100 Unknown ... : . .. .Iota "U" \ 128
GOLDSMITH, B L Willa. . ... ... . lot 1" 10' . .. .. . . ... . 040 J 1"Turner. . . . lots 7,8,0, II 0 .- ." It 103): < llWindow
John Foy. . . . .lots 4,5,6 block 16. _. .. . . . .. 8 00 J Turner. .1. .. Iota 12 and 13: C u' 1 JI8:
METitus. ... ... . .lot 0 16. . . . .. . Off MrsMKTItus. ... . ,. nK block Titus' addition .'. ..., .. 1 00
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW o Theodore Titus. .*. ... lot 12 16 .,, ... .. ... ; . . 128 Howfll Titus. .. .. . . S.% tt 1 ', ... . w. 1hl/ <
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Theodore Titus. .,. .. ... lots 17,1: 28 Theodore'lltus. . .. all block: ... .. . 320
T E Hall . ... . ... . lotb 17. . ... . ... .; . 0 40 Howell Titus. . . . all 3 ", ,., .. . .' . 320:
ntnsville, Florida. 1E Titus. ... .,. .. . lots 18.. .., .:. . .: .. . . 128 Annie )K i Titus. .., . .'. lot 1" 4 e .. ..... . . 128
1E Titus t. . .. .. lot 9 18.. .. ,1 28 Lonnlf Bowman.. . ".. lots 4, R, blk 4 Titus' adUitlo.it ... . 2/1tl/
C A II Owens, . .... .. .. lot 3 10,1 28 vit Wolf. . .'f. . Iota 8, 9. " . . . 000( )
M D. L. DODSON, Euafala Gory. . . ... sy6 lot 10 block 10. .. .. ... ,.. ';. . 64 W.JllIlye-rs. . ... ... lots' 0\ '". a . . 33 r .
Howell Titus . . ...loth 10. ; . . . . .', ... 00 Peter Dutr ... ... .. . all block 7 Of. . . 320 .rW Jt
DENTIST. Fla East Coast Ry Co.lot2: ". 20. . . . .. . 1 12 Annette Cleveland.lot1hIk8 . . . 128: 4
Fla East Coast Ry Co. lot 4 '" 20.-. .,. .. . . 128 L R Jtigelow . . . lot :2, 8,4, blk Tltim'. '"' addition . . II 20
Office Fla East Coast Ry Co... lot 0 ". 20.x 118 LRBiffelow.. .. ... . lotsCI, 7 blk8 . . 22& MANUFACTURERS OF t.
over postoffice. Peter Duff.... .. .. .r..lot7. ". 20. .... . . . ;...?. 64 I. B Bigelow .' . . lot 10 blk 8 "K Wl)
Mrs.CWeiser. . .".. . .lot8 ". 20./. . . .-. ,? 64 W w'lamer. . ...' . . all blks 1, 2, 3, 4 w> of blk 7 of ,Carden. Doors Sash Blinds
ITUSYILLE, FLORIDA.L. Fla East Coast Ry Co.lots: 1, 2. 3.}. block 21. . . . .'? 19 20 If ter's addition, .':. .., . . . 1120 I
Fla East Coast Ry Co. lot 0 & elot 7 block 21. .I. ., ... . 8 00 Moulding & Building Material. '
GAULDEN Fla East Coast IIyCo..lot9 21.- . . :... 480
W R Wolf .... . Iots2and3 .4 22 .. .... ,.. . 128 ._ Office: Warerooms, King, opposite .
.. ... Iot4 . "OUTDOORS the New Sporting Maga.lne.-
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Unknown, ., '. 22: .: ;. . 128 Cannon
Unknown.. . ... . . Iot6 22..r.. 128 FisHING Invaluable to tho salt water Dshormnn.woodcock the fresh' water usher Street.Charleston ".* '
i Will practice In all the Courts of the State Ella M Harris .. . lot 0 23: . . . .... 480 1 man, the wild quit snipe, and hare shooter the S. C. ;
cf Florida,and the United. State Court Poyntz; Nolle, . .t. all block 23: .. . . . :. . ,. ft 12 bayblrd and fowl gunner the big game hunter, the 'tourist ,;
[ !P.O.Box,238. TITU8VTIXE FLA.Honey Howell Titus... .. ... lot 2 block 25... . .. .. . . . .. 64 wheelman, photographer, boatman. and naturalist. Prloo lOots ,
to Loan. ]II Bailie Yard..'. ...". .lot7 25. ..: . . . . . ... 64 Subscription: $1.00 per year. Write for sample copy. Sash Cord and .d
James Byrd.. . .. . lots 8, 0, 10, IJ, 12, blk 25. ,, .. ., ... 320 R SnRTS GEO. LOUTKEL LUCAS Editor and Proprietor, Weights,
Unknown .. . . ... lotl 20. ., . .,...... 64TTnknnwn No 1 Madison Av., New York, N. Y.\ f.
pOPE & CAMPBELL, . .... ..'. . lot 3 "r 26. . .. .. ,..'. ; .. 64 lito Hardware.
0H Watson : . . . lot 3. 20.B . .,. ..: '. : ;.; 64 tit
W Nichols..t... lots 4 and 15 28. . ... .. . 128 '
ATTORNEYS ; Peter Duff. .. . .... . lot 1 block 28 .'. . ._ .. ... j. 64 and Fancy. Glass
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Theodore Titus. : . . lot 2 28: .. . . . . ... I 64 One Man Can Run This Steamboat r A SPECIALTY.
[Jacksonville, ., Florida. Peter Duff. .. .. .. 4.lot4 28. . .. . .. . .. .. 64 a .
B & B Adama. . . . lot II 28 .. . . : .. .. ... 33: C
Peter Duff. .. . .. . lot 6 28.,. . .. . .. .. .... .. . 64 o 10 rIANS'
GEORGE W. ALLEN, Peter . '.' lot 8 28. .. .. ... ... ". . 64 .r i txFta/aNa
Peter Duff. . . . lot 10" 28.,.. : . .: . . .. . 04 'u CO f
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Theodore Titus. . . lotll 28. ,.. . . .... .. ... 64 COa 0-. r
Unknown. ... .... . lot 1 21).. .. ., : . 01.. .. ..... 64 .'.
[Key West, Florida. Jno 8hufelt.... ,. .0. .lot2 29.. . . ... . :.. .. ., 64 I- ._ 5T r
Unknown .. ...... . lots 29. .. ... . . . :. . 01 N t>1tK
Will. practice In the United States M E '1'It1l8. . .. . lots 7, 8, 0, 10, blk 20.... . ... . .. . 04 c Ir
|and State Courts. 9jun95DL M E 1'ltu8. . . . ... lots 1,2,3, 30 .. .. . .. 48, o > TRAO MARKS, y;
Peter Duff .. . .... lots 4, G, 80. . .. I .. .. 33 J su D..K>NVoopymoMT
. .lot6 30. . .. . .....' 16 ...
Theodore Titus. ? .
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| ; II. HOUGHTON, Pierre Titus . ... .. lot 7 30. .. ... . .. :. ... 80 CD An,' vt&n/llfIIr. r.Irb.MH i <1 an lo..t1ua"' .a b P'euloa'.r ,
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Theodore Titus . .. ... lot 8 30. ..; .. .. ?.. . 16 ::J probe61ry..stab' .: a (yeaqqenL.tk'nI atrletlre.Iu..Netial. ,
Howell Titus .... . ... lot9 80 ..... .. .. . .. 8:1Theodore.I.ltus..lotsl0and : .E (OQHACIIIMKnV In As.rta. O WW'.a.e.aor. We.11101UN..alrppa. ::: ta
i DENTIST. 11 30. ... ... .. . .. 33: rt .."l*'"otloe a M.brv..1t>e II"... 1 W.' receive801ENTIFIO
Pierre Titus ... .. ..l: 30 .. . . . "' 22
Daytona, -' Florida. Theodore Titus ... . and 2 31. . . . . . 33: : AMERICAN,
Peter Duff. *. .. ... .. . lots 3, 4,8 31..,'; . :. . .. 48 HANDtVa FROM PILOT HOVHK. tMMtlfaljr Illnitreted e...w..Ibnet, 1_" enqalatloa' 7ur1 ft'r.JJI"l"ur l
E. SMITH TheodoreTltus..lot: and 7 31..... .. ;... . .. 33 'Till/.._mh"..,I.I ST-tt. Ionic. BJft.. beam i-lt. depth of hold I draw U: Innhe of water and |, :"PTi= ep.otmeae.plw.ndUAs
RALPH M E Titus..;.... ..,. :. lot 8 31 .....,., ... .. . . 10 will run eight mllee an hour. KM cabin VxU feet, with ayt"t. heed< .. Two fulillng tads Mill > IMI* ; Howell Tftus .. .. .. .. lots I Band 10 31, ? .. . . .. .. 38 gape'.Ix.Mt.. Can ooommmtote nrlghtperermuaeflyr .. nurne.Ithor, wofxl or ooul. Hull' MUNN A CO.fob
PHYSICIAN, Pierre Titus ... .. .. lot 11 31 ..... .. .... .. 33: able will alter fir |pleaeuro u>.ull! ouudltlon pnlNe.or,kt lltfbt prloee freight From or''ftohlnir'00.00 to bn.tnen II.DMI i We will duplicate fur fl,:OU, ur 9.t Breadwov. Mew

Howell Titus. . . . .lotla': 81.... . .. . .. .. 26 MERitIIJ: -aTNVE1es: KlfdlNKRItlMO' CO., J!
SASFOBD FLORIDA. Theodore Titus . .. lots 1,2,3, 3'J. . .. . ... 48 138 & 140 But liay St.,Jackeonvllle, Tim KnffliuMtre, OontnMtore, KM. WV 1
J D Davis. ..:.. . . lot4 3l..u: ; :. .. 33' ,
Peter Duff. .'. . . . lot B S3: .. .... .. . . 26 OjTAMPS WHY NUf HAJtU')
J. 0.. FRIES, 'c. .E.COUNTY II Archibald . . ... lot B 33: .. ... ... :. .... :33 | rt ,HK 1DNI U-V <* liCfHI i'
Peter Duff. . . . lot 7 33: . . . .. .,. 19 TKNCILKIEALS >(' >MlA) PO IJABIJ
SURVEYOR. HC Campbell. . ... . Iota 82, . . . .... 33 Traveling.... etta a
Unknown :. ..,.. .:. ... lot9 :rJ.'J. t .
Land legally surveyed and su 1Ml1 vlded. Peter-Duff. ...' . . lot 10 83: . . .. ... .. 19
Mapping neatly Estimates C J f.. lot Robblns & Graham addition. .,. '. 00 Any Point West Or Northwest BIGGEST
'done. for U E Webber . . . Jot 17 ... 4 80 [ S ,1qp141
all kinds of engineering works: Disputed Unknown . . . . 26" .. .,00a wosa'' IN THE Si t ,.
James Paine. . ...... . Jot 21i" . ., 20
lines Gc Via. At1a.n.
a specialty. J T A; K W Ry Co. ..-. Iota:; H ** *.. .. 160 : ; : toZ '4
:TrrcsviLi.K Brevard Co. FLORIDA. J T A; K W Ry Co. . .... lots 37 and 3S Robblns A; Graham addition a 20Mlrs >' r,
L B BIgeW..... . lots 46 and 47 0 40' :: .::: asJ:: ,: ri11e. Cssa-toM-aa.-: : : : : : was
Delia Ilansom .. ..... part of nw>( of nwJi dell in deed bk 8 *r Wanted-An Idea ofWAKTED =, ;

Elmer Schultz .. ..... part page of lot 77.\1 Joynervllle.-.,.;. .t. .. .:. ,.. ... ., 3 040 20 Buy Your Tickets via ;tr,:,=;: '"\.. 'J lmJ& I', brlgwwtabwv ,,.; ; .. .....,
Unknown.- lot W . . .. .. 12S 11M et a.rlw.lLve.Uwi: waaMol. J.
A J IIIppard. .. . . .. n> lot 14 . 'I 28.: TIr r<>N "::n.OUTE, R
Mrs L II Bia-elow. ... .. lot 60 Bobbins & Graham'addition.. .. .. 920 -FAITHFUL MEN OR t
Leading dealerseverywhere .. lot 41 Rerdell's addition ... .. .
M BYounir. estate. ... ? 04l Doable Dally Through Train AH correspondents totravel for responslbh*
sell Unknown. .... ... . lot 43 Iterdell's addition . ., ", .. promptly answered. and sleeping oar established hoone In Florida.- Salary
8 F Travis........ . . Jot 43" . . .... .*. 01 berths reserved Will be glad to meet paiueigrersat +78O and expenses. Posltl.o permanent. ,
SFGrsy. .. .... . ...- JJ 44 a .. . . .. 1 12 depot In Jscksonrlll or my office, 334 West. Q>< Rsfereno JEnpIos: self-addressed it
( FERRY'S' SEE! S Geo Demlng . ... . Jot 49 ." . . .. .. 2 M Bay street. i"Drop nfo a Lin.1'WALTER a, stamped envelope. The National, Mar ;
Unknown ... ... . . .1ot61 .u. ..... .. ..... 320 HAWKINS GEO1LrV1L Insurance Uldg., Chicago. jana9,07 r
LonY tt.k a tee kMe at tin.Ubar eed.re.ed. Unknown. ....... ..-. . Jot 53 w .,.. . . .. M Via. 1'.... > r
&.:..lal.o'r'. \: .. ;:' of" .::. Sallie J Card. . . . jot 64Unknown" .. . ... .. ... ..,. 4 80 J. C. IIAILK O. P. A. JacksonIll Agt., ItYCO 1/'/,
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.II.bl. 1aar'/IIt 69 a i' ..... .. . 1 No Cure- Pay.Tbat
.... tae. B II Bay. .. . ) 28' Savannah Ga.
_---M.i..o.o/.eeu. ... . . .". .lotllO. .. . . . .. .. 1 28! Is the w.f. all druggists .sell
D.M.DetroM L. 00.. Unknown ... ... ... .lot64.. .. . ...H. I 28 Grove'sTasteUsChillTonlo for chills 1
Mfeh. Unknown . ... . . .10167 .... .:\ ,;. .. ... 90 -- ----- --------'-------- and malaria. It 1..lanpllron and quinine 1
IIBArchlb.ldet.I..lot 68 ,. . .... :.. ... 64 ?? lu..a tasteless. form. Children love Ira
a f nriv . . lot 68, 70 .. 1 28 ROYALT It Adults prefer It to bitter nauseatingtonics. .
Mrs L B Bigelow.. ... lots 11, 72. 73, 74, 75, 76,77 78-r. 7D, 811, 51, A2, Price, OOo.AOEXT8 .
83 84,85,116, 87, &J, 89,911" G 10'.1, ***t 94 95 _..... f1r
YOUR FORTUNEToarkepplBeee 96, 97, 98.90, 1W; 101, un, ; 104, 106, :' ::.' .- : -: :J5. to WO per '''week...).
.:,"'!w clew te Peer wr4 enfmmt .anptbltl..e t..IWr. 1a1,107,18N,100, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, : Von work right around horn. A brand | .
::'t1l* '3"I1'a'Ql-I" :=:':'.:It.:=, 115,110, 117.. .. ..... ... ....,....,.:-. ,4 80 fj-fW: y new thlnff. Write to ns quick I You ;
ron." TtTn rnw. ........ lot,.1 blk A Fisher's addition.....;..,. ... 040 ::.. will b. surprised at bow easily Ik can be. .
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:'I'41i&: ...... .w.a.I _oG.e'r.. : ...;:: P M Fisher.... i- ;e, 6, 7, blk A Fisher's wldUion. ..;r,.. 5 13 j .fwwW don*. Send ns your address. anyway- ? .to:,
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!=" .umzi&r&aiakasv' .JoeFI.be.U:} MS. .'-,. .1:18: ; It will be to your Interest to Inv.&lgate.1.( 0 .,..'..
-- > JnoMjers,....... . M ........ 390: &i'1; Writ to-day. Addws*.' People's1'1..
.- **.*.MZStSZiuS&: irir: zst..ii/uJS.lSzSZ Joe Flllber ..."y.... . .. iota B" 'M ... ..,. 128 Bold by J. B. 3041 Market St, rbltederphla; ,.ft. i, '

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i \ American .. Death <'>Airs.: A. O. Shaw. E. B. Williams & 'CoI
-f IHDIAN RIVER ADYOCATE. +- Humane Society and Eau'GaHie. \''='
Band of These. organisa .... :
Mercy. hand that Mrs.
( Information to says
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t ii 7 with the Massachusetts :Society hM to Knot to engage left, Ormond for I .Jlolesale Fruit and Produce CommIssIon
t J i + t, .." .IIIELT JOC&KAL DBVOTKD TO Tan DIII..lriO..IIIMT tions, G. W. Hays gone G. Shaw, who recently .. Mentals
( or "rail INDIA RIVCB, LAMB for the 'Prevention of Cruelty In winter gardening. New York In'company with her son, ,

I" II woaTaaxnneorexaeATSxCTONS.rtl ., [ to Animals,-have an organ edited :Mrs. Wm. H. :Wolntyre entertained at Cap H.Station B.'Shaw died, of just the Ormond as the boat Life 65 South:, Broad!, St., ATLANTA, CA.
Geo. T. Angell .and called afternoon tea yesterday. having ;
by Mr. Mrs. Shaw bad
Its destination.
FBIDAY.CBARLB .,. reached and Dementia Fruit
PUBLISHED; EVERY "Our Dumb Animals," which ia Mrs. 'Gertrude Kltchell visited her been 111 for some time, and took the Ilea Foreign .
I. ; fia} y doing great.good in this field, And aunt, Mrs. Tutor, at Artesla, Monday.Geo. trip In the hope that it would prove
i I, b H. WALTOIC. Editor, & Proprietor.' will be interesting to all lovers of W. Zahabar, claim agent of the beneficial to her. Capt. Shaw has our VEGETABLES FRUITS. tOranges
FublinhIng .
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;i, (Vise-l'eetldent>of Daily Day ton in his sad bereavement.U. f
.1 ,4Is l Co.,LartonaFla.) animals. F, E. C. a'"., was In town Wednesday. sincere sympathy String 3eans. ,
t Bananas
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Nearly everybody In town Deems to be Cauliflower.OkraCelery..
s RIVElTcOUNTRYMr. S. Department of Agriculture Grape Fruit,.
MEMBER] OFTHE THE INDIAN doing; on the excursion to Daytona, next Lemons

h { rr FLORIDA'PRESS ASSOCIATION: ,,.. Sunday.We Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla., Tomatoes.Cucumbers. Limes, ,

fi' a '' AFFILIATED WITH TUB: J'G.:nallt, who has for some bad quite a pale: from the east and The following is-a comparative state- Beets, Cabbage, f northeast last Wednesday, accompanied for the Squash,' Pineapples,
the attentionof and rainfall
time been directing of temperature
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1 National Editorial Aswcidtion( by.a heavy rainfall.. Potatoes Strawberries
1807. New ,
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1 W northern and western farmers week ending Tuesday, Sept. .
Grapes,
Fr I. Oeo.F. Enoey, Tropic, visited Fort '-4897 -1896DATE. -' Egg Plant,
: ro ,' DlHonntlnuanca of Mlvta, mustbemabe per' and investors through newspaper Pierce and White. City Monday, return- MAX MIN. MAX. MIX. Asparagus, Cocoanuts.
f'' .on lly at thin office or by writing. correspondence and personal letters the following day. : 72 88 76 ItEFEKENOES(-:Third National Bank.Atlanta,Ga.; Gen.E.Johnson,CandMf iti1M.I IQ
t'I to the vast area of fertile soil Ing I 8 1) 84 84 .71 87' 72 ..; Armour racking Co.,Atlanta, Oa.; Goo.M.Taylor, W.a.Duncan&: .,Atlanta?<$,* !
1 Daisy Skill, one of TItusvllle'sfair
i be made payabla to e..r.1III Miss
Check eto. may 85 74
this section of the Indian 80 70
idle in 10
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/ and lying yovag l tadiesis visiting Miss Laura -r-----=
H. WALTON,pnblt her proprietor.Addrena 85 71 =
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I River is now receiving fur few 11 84
country, Houston, a days. 78
,' : /l f all anmmunteatlonii to inquiries Iby letter HS to the John McAllister Is busily engagedthis 12 13 86 86 80 71 8J 87: 74 SAVE MONEY And Buy From, :#:*##

; INDIAN EWER ADVOCATE 'adaptability 'of the soil for the week la setting out pineapple slipson 14 c 85 70 87 78 "
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} r ,3 'l'lTU.VlLJIII' Fw* A.j growing of cane sugar'beets his place on the,east side. the week: 2.12 inches :
'S sugar Total rainfall for .ME. :::6 4T.7r'RS:
_
:T.
j : and tobacco. It Is believed "that The steamer .Courtney remained at i Departure from normal rainfall for the : ,
these inquiries will lead to the her dock Monday. to make some neces- week: minus 0.03 inches. Departurefrom
IT is!! to ''be hoped that Jack on- since January. 1,
to tier boiler. inormal rainfall
ville'e hospital will not be per. coming of.new -settlers. There is sary repairs plu123.93 inches. Grain .Feed Garden Seeds Flour
n Hall) and Jim Robinson, Hay Grin
Messrs. Goo.
successful .cul
doubt about +the Observer.
,+ ., mitted to close, its doors' through I no of City Point, passed through, here;last J. W..CRONK, I ,
of tobacco and (lane,
of funds. It la an institution ture sugar .
want Sebastian.Person .
: Saturday en l'Qute.so<
;
,, i+ that done'much good, and one,,I' and by experiment now in ''progress EdueataYour' Dowels With Cugoaretc. Meal and Cotton Seed Meal
a 1 Paddlsoa left here, Tuesday, cure constipation forever .
indication that Candy Cathartic
that la a necessity in a' city the; there ia every 'to resume his 'studies at the Florida lOo,Kki.! If O.0,C.iai4 druggists refund. money.,
I c ) + size of Jacksonville and it .see no 9 the sugar :beet can be profitably. Military Institute,liartow. Agent for Ofay Mineral,Ash, kills all kinds of Insects;. Harmless to man J.beast. I
raised. That vegetables can be for cash the Closest Margins.. Write for quotations.
i incredible that the people'of that' Night Operator Goodwin, of the F E. Best Ink, 'Onlysell on
ft 'r city would not take. pride in keeping grown in,great\: abundance haa.long C. R'y., went to New Smyrna last Saturday It Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, F4d.
( r' it since been practically demonstrated where Mrs. Goodwin presented him i Blacker red, one: pint, postpaid, '
up., ; and the acreage for this ,purpose with an eight pound boy baby, Sunday cents. W. P. UNDERWOOD, -=:
; increased ,this morning. Roseland, Fla. i
will be largely
)' IP the aceounta of the conditions mill ] PE. McMURRAY Carriage and
Geo. F. raddlson" new planing ,
that will prevail in the Klondike season. is now in full and successful operation, TOBACCO SEED TO BE GIVEN
+ region 'during the coming winter;,; CAMPHOR' the motive power 'being furnished by Away to any person who will plant It & Wagon
Ia' r u are to be relied, upon the ,sufferIngs -; two 6-inch artesian wells. It intended in Brevard county.. Call at the ADVOCATE -I 'BAKER _:
of unfortunates whom the to increase, this power. r office,Tltusvllle, and get aOlJe.I, HaterWl
i ti r interest that has been Or, send stamp to pay postage.
The
,, greed for gold ,has carried there' It is rumored that Geo. W. Scoble, of Dealers in .
"
aroused in the matter;of growing Titusville, will interest himself' in the
will be awfuL Death by exposure,
,"t 'and starvation will stare them in camphor tree in Florida, ia the fish business at this point In the near [Send the ADVOCATE an order, for any. (Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts, eta,etc.I'
result of the necessity of a new future. Last year four .dish dealers were job printing you need.] Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA..
the face, and the ice and snow of doing business at Eau Gallle. where now \
l that unhoepltable region will be source of supply and the final' decision there Is but one. Banana river, Is said '
DEED blanks 100: each ".00 per 100, at
) of experts that there is no: to be rich with fish, and. as this Is the ,;
multi. '
burial shroud of
the
,, a vast 'I the ADVOCATE. office.
doubt about the ultimate success most convenient point for Banana river
Il ,. tude.. of the proposed, industry. Having' catchers It seems strange that ,there The NewSelden c v

A fEvr'cases of'yellow fner have i passed the experimental will be made stage by, the arrangements here There should, as not has be been\ more the case fish caught In shipped past in years.from this Don't' ;Look at This .

I occurred at New Orleans, but this Department of Agriculture to introduce vicinity' lastieummer\I ((1890)) than the Cypress Door Company
does not, cause the ,alarm that the tree thoroughly. this dealers could find market for.. The fish ';Naughty but Nice. WHY P ,

would have been the case'a'' few I state, and seed and young, trees' are here; come with your boats and nets Because'' it's DEATH.

L years ago owing to improved aanii will,be provided, so that at no very and Judge for yourself. .. .LA.T :J3iIIL.A...,
tary conditions and the preventive distant date 20th Century 'Cockroach and lst/1896 turned the steam on to
t we may expectr.to: see CITRUS and other semi-tropical Fruit Opened October .
'
; measures which are taken' to arrest the camphor groves Florida out- Trees Plants, Roses, Palma, Bamboos. ,
the spread of the once! dread numbering orange groves, 'and etc ,New .catalogue ,;just, issued; Waterbrig Exterminator One 'of the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sasb, Bill

""a ed disease., What few,cases, there another of will\ ,be jualled on application. '
source revenue
,are will probably be confined! to added Jo the illimitable possibilities' A. L. HATCH Point,, Fla. Surest ever sold. Guaranteed. and General l Wood Working 'Plants i in t the United States

h ,that city, and thestamped fever will no of our state. City Sent postpaid oa receipt of price, 5cts.
of eUH
(covering a past experience
doubt be out In short And With experienced management
The destruction the Agents wanted..
wholesale of bm
the
FOB first class shoemaking and repairingcall In Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect
; order. 1 natural camphor forests of China, on J.' A. Daughtery, Washington; WILLIAMS' DRUG STORE, years possible material. and workmanship at our hands. Our production will cost |

Japan and Formosa have rendered avenue, Tltusvllle\ Fla. Shoes madeto State Agents, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings. frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks,. Glass,etc.: i
THE: strikers ,and those ,'whose necessary.the artificial cultivation order In fine style. -

duty it ia to keep the 'peace, have otthlll, tree, for the supply! ,from '

'? again come together and bloodshed these countries must shortly,cease, '
hall been vthe result., Whether and there ia every prospect: ,of .a i To You Know a. Good Thing Of course, you *,, MIAMI -

It'fi, Sheriff Martin caused the lIa.zletontr successful opening for the introduction
i ., .
Y gedy through a needless, use of 'of the tree into Florida., % .
firearms, it is at present impossible : (Q) Then you haven't seen Florida, or you :would be here. I 1-
'
.. to judge, but with a vast mob of I THE ANARCHIST. f gs Are you growing old .f Of course; so are we, Town Lots Now on Sale !

; uneducated and unreasoning? Ilungeriana But not so fast, because our Mild Climate,

q; '4 defying his authority it That everything good or evil is fr( With its warm, sunshiny days and long cool nights, _
would seem probable that some de. Makes Life what It ought to be.
sent into the world as a means!! to
delve action was necessary' event some good end, is very generally Do you love flowers, fruits and vegetables P Certainly I So do we. A. E. KINGSLEY General Agent For
the extreme measure of taking hu. EAST .'' ,
admitted. What ia the particular Buy a home'on the CQAST .
'
',: a, man life. use of tbatfoulest of all foul products Where you can. raise your' own ,Mrs.::Julia D. Tuttle.|

p.. t''vj of the century, the anarchist, With the least labor and expense. '
j THERE seems to be an epidemic does immediately on DoyoudisllkeWinterSodowe. ; -
appear : .
i of railroad'wrecks at the 'preeent the surface. He js not sent as a Then come to FLORIDA; we're here to stay. C CHOICE ,BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY,

time,which, like other misfortunes, sign that the age of empires and We. have surf-bathing, swimming. and sailing all the year round. Selected
"never come singly" Every daily monarchies ia passed, for his handis Are you Interested In US ? In all parts ofthe Town. Carefully

paper we pick up contains an ao turned equally against presidents \ and Lands onMiami
If so, we are Interested In you.A Fruit Vegetable
count of *a, diaaatroua wreck on of republics as against emperors "M "
Address DRAWER ,
line to our address BiscnyJle.
some road or other, so many lives and kings. Nor is he sent SAINT ACOUSTLNB, FLORIDA.FERTILIZERS : River end DEJAy
wonders.
Will do
j lost, so many people injured. Sometimes as a warning to the would-be des f Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors, and Settlers. ,

I nature is accountable for the pot, for he concerns himself not at Main OlBeeHotel Miami MIAMI FLORID!:']
+ disaster, sometimes the reaponsi all with the countries where a ram ,

t ,bility lies with those id authority,, pant despotism still holds away.'' --- =
but it ia a curious fact that if one His cry ia "down'with law and order -, :

ball wreck occurs it is almost .invariably '- ," and by his lawless, and murderous It. r .. CHAS. N. WELSHANS
I' followed by several othera
I acts, leveled against princes, ,
whether the fault be with thing potentates and presidents, be perhaps When you, are in the market write. for information regarding

inanimate or with careless officials hopes to attain his own curious our ---' -., '
and distressing idea of liberty I CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR, PLASTER,
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.
I i Wntyz Florida ia every day adding It is doubtful however, if any but Complete: 'F'ertilizers'-: : : : ,

to the list of her resources, the moat insane look for any goodto ** HAIR' AND LATH. **
there Is one very important item to come of their ,
bomb-throwing,, Vegetable, fruit and vine, orange tree manure, blood, bone, "
which little attention la
very paid, Incendiarism and assassinations .
and potash, and other brands. State Agent L., & M. 'Paints and. Oils.
,and that ia the improvement of her It would seem, indeed, that he ia '
atock. Here and there, in a few I" '. 13 Hogan Street..
:
merely possessed with a .wild and *
The Armour Fertilizer Works : Old 'Phone 8. )o(
: i isolated c.fle..tock.. ownera, have unreasoning! desire to kill,. and in '

made an attempt in this direction, order to gain greater notoriety directs JACKSONVILLE- FLORIDA. _

but as a general rule the farmer ia his,bombs, hie pistol or his Chicago r
., b content with the bony product of .
knife against those in authority. "
the country which proves such .a What then ia bill mission ? It may Where these fertilizers are made,. having unlimited sources DR. C. F. HOUSTON, ,

g t. lamentable failure when'converted be that he is here as an advance from which to draw their supplies, use nothing'but the very

1 'into ateak. It would cost no more agent to prove to future, genera best materials, and there are no goods made better than our :a nvz 4 T. p.A..X.iOn.S.:

to feed a better breed of beast, tions bow useless ia the struggle of COMPLETE FERTILIZERS. We solicit your orders. over
than it does to put a little flesh on anarchy against'the principle. of Established 1884. )o( Cor. Bay and Laura St ., Mrs. Keen'j;

r i the bones of the,present specimens law and order which are firmly implanted ARMOUR & COMPANY, JACKSONVILLE;, FLORIDA.
that are familiar figures through in the minds of all men tlKH
e out the flatwooda. Contentment ia worthy of the name. Perhaps he :' Jacksonville Fla. For the next 30 day prices will be aa follows:- Gold Fillings f8 full ;
a virtue, but to remain content ia sent certain individual cases Plastic Fillings, ??-. to $1; Alloy Fillings, $1 to 91MVJ Plates, $5 where,to ;pi Iatelll9
method,
,with things that' can be ao easily to turn the public thought from (very beet); $0 to $10. Extracting and free, by attendant a painless Gold and Continuous GQJI
made. First-class operators polite
d bettered, ia not. The "cattle of one particular channel,. and to inspire Sets of Teeth made and repaired.
t our daddies" might have been good a world-wide feeling of. sym The Premier' Flour of America. --

enough for them; but we live in an pathyfor his victim ; in fact, to

age in which the rate of progress' act aa .a dam by which the ever- S : EZEROS-,
would make said daddlea'
f diziy. varying course of public opinion
the may be diverted and changed; and Unexcelled Biscuit t44 t-
prevention
TaU: society again, in his role of wholesale *.t Retail Dealers l 10
;: s of Cruelty to Animals ia, a society butcher, he ia probably used as a 9( Wholesale: and

for which unfortunately, there ia means of making apace.in an over ,.
..n ,, great need. ,"Man's inhumanity to crowded community, and of "giv For asp gtjo and VEHICLES 9 H ARNESSI.And ,.
'
'
} man" ia nothing compared to his ing the other fellows a chance." ,

,, inhumanity to the dumb beasts 'There are, no doubt, numerous GAtii1M 811QlIEFtiC f
l that cannot reaent whatever treatment other and better reasons for' his Bicycles.
I may be accorded them. Thereare I existence, but these will serve to Bread, Mgjgi Kr Pastry. ;

many societies which have been show that even the lowest of allow in the south
Prices
a organized with the intention of creations are probably sent I Largest Stock and Lowest R '

caving our animal friends from with a settled purpose trending to- Correspondence soilcited. Agents for Victor, Bane a.d CarU "

;' f IS ISi l i pruelty, among them 'American 'wards the general good. r Reprostnttd ,bj F. M. BURST' f JACKSONVILLE, FLA.' ;/ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .

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4 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 17, 1897. .. 6 S t


it say that It"l Is found
In
several
,.Mkth*.....*.. of the state. It Is parts
quite heavy, and
Wll......*sad d.ild.... pears as if covered with Iron rust. ap- FERTILIZERS.

4 Mr. and Mrs E. M. Stokes, of Wood- '
ley, are visiting Mrs. Stokes' parents, If M = MS
Mr. and Mrs. D. Cain. Miss Lora Cain
who had been visiting at Woodley, returned -

with them. PECI.AL : : : '
G. W. King has taken a large numberof PRICESm
bees up the Sebastian river. If they ,
'Il thrive he will probably let them remain .
there permanently. Mr. King has been a
quite successful in bee culture at Wood- NPi
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ley. : .eapp1e m G-romwmers.. ,

b KIHGPOWDER Courtenay.Miss ..

: 8round: : For1l.1:1.zor: ;: : : Ill. i
H *Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to'1
KiT7
: $26.00. :
S. J. Porcher and nephew, L. P. _Price,

Absolutely Pure Allen,In are Cocoa.spending a few days with relatives l GUARANTEED; .ANALYSIS: us for prices, and wo will prove to you we can save you money .,

:. Moisture......................,... .j.t."" ........ .. ..... .?....... ...,,. H to 10 STEAMED BONK, RAW BONE, .
J, D. Saris and sisters, the Misses Ad- Ammonia......a to II .
"- die'and 'ellio, transacted business in F f-t' : R ,
Cocoa last Available .......... ............ ........ ................ ft to II .
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....SNUHa. POWPI 00..MIW VONK. Monday. Equal' to lkmel'bophsteof Lime......................................... ....., H to IS DISSOLVED NITRATE .
Or BONE OF SODA
Chas D. Provost Lotus' r tMh" K3 4).........."........... .........;l.'................... .............. 6 toe 4
go-ahoad: .. .. ......... ... .. ..
KqmU to Hulphnte of U ... ... atoto
merchant, spent a part of last.Thursdayand : Magnesia,Lima,Hoda 1.otaab.\etc ...............)-......,............,...........,...... KB to DOK3T SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS, :: E-I )
Friday In Courtenay., f-t Write for Special Pamphlet.. TOBACCO DUST COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,

LaGrange. Rev. E. E. Johnson, of Cocoa, preached ,f \ COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES. a
--,... to a large: ; congregation: here lost Sun- I !dT: Special Mixtures compounded d. with machinery at very low 0 (

I A. Stuart has just returned from day' morning and evening. H prices. .' s';' .
tended 'gator trip. T. J. Harper returned to his bome In

Ite a party of our young folks at- Tropic Monday, after spending: a, monthhere Please Correspondwith us before being induced to buy from Dealer Send for :
in the of II. J. Tiffin.
employ .
'
in town
|d] church Sunday night. t'lt
I to note Mrs. G. B. Gard- F. P. Harper, B. B. LaRoche, H.- H H Pamphlet. ;
are glad from her recent Illness. Jenkins and E. W. LaRocho sailed up to '
i recovering I LITTLE BROS. & PHOSPHATE CO.
Titusville last Friday, in the schooner FERTILIZER ,
and Minis lIt'.
-i Misses Venetia Aleph Veteran, returning Saturday. ,
calling on friends here, Sunday ;
'_ 4ji. Buy lumber and other building ma- 4 TetolcsoELVlll: florid.::: : ; \

M. Brown Is having the hay cut terial direct from the Builders' Supply ,
[his fine grove place by: L. A. Cole-, Co., St. Augustine: and save the lumberyard .
man's: commission. Melbourne. I I Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Uughlett from S to 6

r postmaster made a flying trip to p. m., the occasion being! the fifth birthday G. G. SPRINGER

|ka, Friday last, returning Saturday Malabar.Rev' QOODlC 'A: OOODK.-Real Estate and loan of; their little daughter, Miss Alllo. .
oon. Agent for ylltna, London and Liverpool and W. R. Knox, 1)f Tltusvllle, was In

,'T. A. Johnson and babies have : C. L. Howell will preach here 'on. (attention Olobe. and paid IIDJ1ftrhtl&ro to the Interval Inmiram-e.of .nonronlclonta. Special- town a general yesterday repair, looking shop.for We a learn locationfor that Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper Of -
I to Mlcanopy for a month, to see if
next at 10:30
Sunday a. m.
will benefit their health. he has scoured a house and will soon
hangs Plenty of good rains lately and the have things _"humming." We will be
,
[looks "mighty lonesome. HOTEL CARLETON MELBOURNE: FLA.Keaiitlfully -
weather cool and delightful. I nltimteil on a high; hlulT overlooking glad to welcome him,. I ICE
denlng Is getting to,be tbs order of' the Indian River. Ptriit-olaBS scoomluoiUitionn. AND
lay. Bob Chaudoin and Green Coats W*. P. Arnald is. fast completing the .anil rate rwHHonable.V. We are glad& to note that R. N. Andrews ;.;
\
covering over his pineapple fields. KOHKKTSON, rroprlotor.WHEN the genial editor of our home '
[the help of Tom Johnson, jr., ,ex- <
paper, who some days ago: became so
[to plant two acres of cabbage.! Messrs. Carroll, Ware and Arnald are YOU GO TO MELIIOUHNB call at the attached to a catfish that the partingwas j?
Inclosing their muck land with a wire Hiuuuir, Mrs.Chan J. F.Campbell: Co., Mil- very painful, has almost entirely re-
Distilled
fence. llnury, Notloim Dry Horne. Ijulles' readID" )- Water A,4J
Fort Pierce. "and woven Underwear, Ferrla' Renowned dovered from the effects of his unfortu- ;6.
Mld'V. L. Carroll was shopping and Cornets eto.,embroidery and colored Bilks, nate attachment. .
kew i- here calling on friends at Melbourne on souvenir iipoont Stationery,eto.. Born to Mr. and Mrs A. J. Canova, a Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers; r '
crates of pines leave every Wednesday.The fine girl, Sept 14. : 1
Mr. Woolf, of Jensen, wag a pleasant ;
scholars of Malabar school are visitor to town Tuesday. Seen on our streets;Monday, Capt. W.
I. FACTORIESCocoa .
Clark paid' Neoga .a visit thisP. getting anxious to know who the teacher II. Sharpe and Chas. Cleaveland. and West Palm Beach. 1
will be, this term. Capt. Frank Powell took a Jolly partyof 1

| Branch, of Melbourne, was a .The Misses Bessie Wells and Cassie Monday friends night.out for a moonlight sail last away Fred Beach Church, and has.will returned again! from engage Rock-in _._._.__. ," __'n__ __ ._ __.___ .____ _.__._.. .._ __ ___. ._ ____ ,\\<
at visitor here Tuesday.P. Shaw and Robt. T. Smith, of Grant, the flsb business on Indian Hirer this '' ,
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Cook paid Osteen, DeLand and spent Sunday here. Miss Maude Powell entertained theY season. *
CELERY AND CABBAGE
P. P. club at her pretty home last PLANT&L.<
id .
Park visit this week.
a flying The guavas have nearly all been Tuesday evening. An odd quartette met at the depot last .
|dge Jones,of Titusvllle, was a pleas- shipped but there will be enough for. Saturday, viz., a saloon man, life insurance ,
house use several months yet. J. A. Gilbert, of Eau Gallic,' was In undertaker and tombstone >
risltor l to town Saturday, and spent agent, an a ,
down LARGE STOCKY CELERY: PLANTS Dwarf Golden Heart Golden flelf-
town last Tuesday. Ho came on J..
'ay with Mr. Tucker. Rev. W. A. Louder,of Sebastian, came the steamer Spartan. agent.C. I Blanching, CHant Paschall. White . . . . .IJ.75: per 1000 .:
ank Tyler captured a fine tarponay. up Saturday, and filled his regular appointment F. Knight, representing the Ray. CABBAOlfi-Succession, Surelread, Flat Dutch, Drumhead, Early
The fish measured 8-ft. 6-inch. here Sunday morning and Capt. Henry Casper, of .Troplo, came mond D. Knight. Co., of Jacksonville, /Summer ,.. . .. . ,. : . ;?. .. . ... ... . . 3.75 per 1000CAULIFLOWER. ) )( ";
D tends having It mounted. evening.. down In his yacht Nemesis, last Saturday Sunday In town, .stopping tho Also Snowball. p!

t. to call on friends. rut. bonne. . ... . . . . . ... . . . 4.00 per 1000
Edge and brother returned Satur- SEND YOUR VEGETABLES and fruit Mrs. Robt. Moore, of the Delmore cot- Dr..W. L. Ilughlett was called to see ASPAItAUKASJ-Mamraoth, Conover's Colossal, and Palmetto. . 4.00 per 1000
[i from working Gilberts on the Bar club, where bouse.n. they. have to E. B. Williams & Co., wholesale tage: Palm Beach, passed through here one of P. II. McMillan's children on Horse Radish Sets . . . . . . t, . . . :1.jper100
fruit and produce merchants, 05 South! Tuesday, on her home.
way Saturday. Since writing the above, we CAMERbN :
Hogg and family of Waveland Broad street Atlanta Ga. See their L. Seedsman
Mr. Adams, of Roseland; arrived In learn the little child Is better.,
I here we are on a glad visit to to say Mr.Hogg'is greatly mother 1m-, advt. on page 4. ,. town Tuesday, and rented a cottage here, Tbe Yankee Doodle arrived here last 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I?
and will make this his future home.
ing. > night, In charge of Capt. Gary. Her name .. _. ,. ... ._ .
Sebastian. -- -- r- - -- -- - -- --- ----
Mrs. Stark and daughter, Miss Katie, will be changed. as soon as the papers rotund
r. moos now bas a fish camp estab- from Washington, to the Singer,
of Malabar, were In town Saturday, call-
1 here, which is in charge of Mr. the Singer Sowing: ,,Machine Co. having
friends and doing some shopping.
s, who moved. his family up from Jag. A. Hudson made a business. tripto Ing on bought: her to facilitate their Indian The Jacksonville Fer.tilizerCo'J
i Monday. Fort Pierce, Monday. Jos. Williamson, of Mlcco\ was a wel- River business. I

Swearlngen paid Stuart a visit r Rev.Malabar W. A.last Louder Sunday.held .divine serviceat come bourne visitor friends here are Tuesday always ,glad Ills to Mel see A. M. WIngate, of City Point, brought/I :ID. dl5e1:aLOW, ca.OD.1; : :D.. ana.or.: ':!:
ay. He went down to trade with hIm. two largo rattlesnake skins to Coooa on .V&l'
Indians, and brought( back a large A. Kroegel: has gone to his homestead Wednesday. O. C. II. Collins was so gladto (LATE CHAPMAN A: SUDLOVT.),
ptity of alligator hides. at Vero for a month's stay. Dr. and Mrs. II. D. Brown have just know that the reptiles were dead that South Jacksonville Florida.
received two fine new.wheels from New he bought the hides. We think G. C'JII. ,
ere was a W. C. T. U.entertainmente Robt Roberts has his cat-boat Allie In York, and will soon join the throng of wants to make a necktie. You are! .
Baptist church last Sunday under first-rate trim for the winter.W. cyclist MANUFACTURER OF -
anagement of Mrs. R. Z. Brown. welcome, Mr. C.
recitations and j songs were well. H.Lancaster, who has been ill for Mrs. Thomas ChulTeo arrived last Tue.. Seen In town on' Saturday circulating FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and .I"
weeks past, Is much better. from her "r;
ered. some day evening; summer outing, among our business men, were J. U. ,
Will Roberts arrived from Middle Florida : looking well. It Is needless say Mr. Bast, talking "pink paper" (we understand -*,
hen in want of any kind of building on the St. Augustine, Tuesday morn- her C. wan home.more than pleased to welcome that he succeeded In transacting Vegetables and Dealers In Every Kind of Raw Material ,1
ferial, in carloads or otherwise, the quite a good business); H. D. Qelger, ,
filers' Supply Co., at St. Augustine Ing.Bob.. Hardee, of Rockledge, owner:of The Melbourne high school will open hustling around for his various Insurance Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dost Kanlt Etc. Also
[be pleased to make you'a deliveredat the flyer Rosalind, was In town over October 5th. Prof. II. S. Winters, whole companies; A. Froscher W. T. Thom ,
p your station. You have no Sunday. principal, will be assisted this year by son, of Jacksonville :Marble ; Trio IP'amoi: :EEArd.-TS2no_ nr4a td

it's or middleman's commission to represe'utlng Church his brother, Prof. Geo.. P, Winters, of A. McMillan- Banyan; Hon. B. J. Ammonia. :. ,.' *'''.'' ' .,. .4 ton cent j .
H. J., Charles, Jacksonville called Montour Falls, N. Y. Stuart,' of Bovine. I, Available Fbos. Acid.,., . ,0 to 8 per cent > for 920.OO Per Ton.,
!r this Anderson week.: & Co., Last Saturday evening the Misses Llllle It i | Potash K O< . . . .,.0 to 7 per cent ) p'
Banyan. Robertson, Maude Powell, Annie and *,, Hard to Please. ; Highest Commercial Value given our brands In the last Bulletin. Write for
Rev. W. B. Tresca will preach here on Jessie Goode gave a social hop at Hotel .. Prices. Orders for 2 tons and upward. for our brand will be delivered free ef all
Sunday next, the 19th inst., morning Carleton About thirty were present, It U passing strange bow peculiar I freight charge to any railroad depot on the East Coast at catalogue price, until
bert Harper Is .recovering from hisW and evening. and.a very pleasant evening was spent. some people are-whether It .1.I selrtibi further notice. r 'to

illness. Cleveland' Kltoblng returned home Mrs. C. J. F. Campbell has just re- ness or not we cannot say. Note the .
be mosquitoes have'again made their from Cocoa,,Tuesday morning,on the St. : eel ved a large assortment of dry goods following from an Indian River resident:!
arance In great number Augustine. and notions from New York where she "Dear Sir:-As you publish Miami Items
went to purchase them, and selected In preference to those sent from this
1 Curd Schroeder, of Stuart, spent sev- '
Harper ba returned to Banyan eral In town this week, the guest of just what she knew would best suit her place, you will please stop my paper." Fred'k. S. Morse
i for W. days
Courtenay and I Is working/ patrons here. Why certainly. Tbe ADVOOATB Is always xx .
S. Xltching. .
gan. pleased to receive Item from any .
v. Tresca preached another Interest- W. H7 Mook, representing Lippman town along the East Coast, but we will .
rmon In the Banyan. school' house, Bros., drug dealers, Savannah was. In Coc a. not give our to the whole detriment space to of one others.Oursubscription particular : :EA: :Z4 .:=: 'I'.ATE, '
unday last town,Wednesday. place -

s. Geo. Yeare and two daughters, Henry Park Is now carrying the the U. S. l.,D. CKABB whiskies kecpsAflnt-olMSSalnon., Imported Wine, and we are pleased list I Is rapidly to note I forging we have ahead very, MCA T, DAd.o Do., Ir': =aOELX A. !
lest Palm Beach, spent several days mall between this point and NarrowsIn &Dd7o elgara, t:3''o: -. few subscriber a* selfish a* the above *
his new cat-boat. irlo of from'::1.00 to 16.no gallon.Prompt .
I week in friend and liquor per
Banyan : '
visiting too'
; one.
attention to mall AGENT FOR LANDS OF __ II,
esjsrs. Geo. Braddock and wife'will move order. Terms Cain.. Coooa.
SABR.
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to In the truck .I. O. C -- ---- -- -
shortly
to Reams engage
Leadbetter '
and Martin havened Florida East Coast Railway Company
> to Banyan from the St. Lnole business for the winter. Miss Gary returned last Wednesday. YORK Florida Coast Line Canal A Transportation Company,
NEW
apple country,and will join the band The rainfall at this point for the past
tuckers having rented part of;' tbe"uder week was 3 18-100 Inches; winds, easterly Sheriff Drown was a visitor here on Boston- A .Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company.

place. mean temperature, 82. Tuesday. ... ... .
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ong the visitor: to Banyan on Sun- The Epwortb League meeting last 'Capt. W. ire Sharpe, of Sharper, was TAILORING CO. wanted Oold MedsJ and Diploma of Honor a&Cotton States and laUnuttlooal Exposition, i
aat were the III.... Clara Otwell Sunday was very Interesting, especially in town on Saturday. Atlanta,Ua., IMN Ift
hla, and her friend Miss Moses, a* all the member were present. Tltusvllle
8. D. Geiger, of ,, was hereon
eat tt Palm Warner Beach, Babe; Messrs.Otwett Oeo., 'C.-.and H.r Quite a number of oar citizens expect Tuesday, talking Insurance. TAE C HI HAMMOND COMPANY

J.o.Simmon and F. A. Hour Sunday.to go on the This excursion:U a- fine to chance Daytona to next see "Our Frank" Is adding to and other. POPULAR PRICE. TAILORS: .
wise Improving his home on Brevard ave.
town on the East
one of the prettiest
pe stormy weather last P'rlJa.luoked Coast at a moderate oat E. 1C. Hall passed through our townon r '

f much equinoctial like the gale.beginning. Boat of an were' old Capt. R. A. Hardee number and W.of C.men Brad-at the Monday river. en. route to his place down We Carry the Largest and PORK AND. BEEF PRODUCTS.,

dock have quite.a
led out above the high'water mark and fencing Jaw R. Mathers, of City Point, was la Line
I other preparation made, bat fortu-: i work muck land, which wil be planted i I. town OA Tuesday. Mr. SpalTord accompanied Most Complete Hammond lad., South Omaha, Neb., Chicago, 111.
I'y Ills.it passed over wltb only .Bale. :bean and tomatoes this season. him. Salesroom, 23* West Bay St., Tho W. Dunk Manager, Jacksonville, Kla.Martets dr
Our and
mail carrier I* T. I of Suitings Trooseriogs
with f. C. Johnson, the people's grocer,
(?nt the mall across' from Babla tt B. Howard spent Sunday here
I
fog the heaviest of It. his family. He I* operating sawmill baa been laid up several days with .a Advancing Rapidly on lards, Hams and Bellies. .
-- i bat expects to move his painful rising. In the State...... ,
,mllltoVpolntontbe Sebastian Clnclnnatu "Doc" Cooper says his baby is a world Vrltet.: : 1'or .. .. p
Roseland.-- Farm R. R IB .few months. Mater, and only five month old-ba* I'p1oo

W. E. Hall, of Faostlna, O. B. Hall two teeth and ba never cried. Suts'Io' Orderer $16,and $1 sq? ....... '
of Orchid, doe not like and Ivey Lawson hive gone out to Mr. The Merchant. CoL 8. F. Travis' trade-
t I Dg bJ band, evidently, a* he passed hall's grove, twelve miles west of this boat, came la for the purpose of replenishing 'ftouars to Order $4 and $5 .j-OD P C----..
ugll Roseland. Wednesday morning point, to plant out a large number of her stock last Tbnreday.Edward .. ,
1 a none, He hi home The party expect to be Sample sent by mail. .
'wa on way orange treV SUUng. our hardware) dealer, ,
Sanford. cone over a week.. left test Thursday for Saeo, )I.., to Join di1Ar YORK: TAiLORoro COMPANY; OF ALL KINDSPRINTINO ;

[C.Moore baa..'queer rock, which aDd Mrs. BUllng and their daughter. .c' Executed at the ] Ft!
nod oa It baa the pnf IT' YOU NEED a Good,Solxcrib Reliable for Last Saturday tfce little folk werepleasantly 'i" Wo. 17 East Bay Street, \\to E '
of rock, supposed to be ofj Widely-read Newspaper, entertained at the BOM of Jacksonville '- .Florida ADVOCATE O #,
origin. Pmrtfe. who have Men I the ADYOC-T .
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4 *1;, i *! -i i 'y, if> WHAT IS A PERSON WO11T1IT -even pretended contentment excuse,for there the might oppression be some and MALLORY STEAMSHIP' LINE... The florida (Central & peninsular R.'


I suffering they are Inflicting upon the Fk rida. New York.
15 1897.lldi.ttw ,
FLA. Sept.
f JxxssA Philadelphia and Boston.from Short Line between Florida and all Nortl'fln

(, i i i i: L Indian River Advocate/ : people, but it does neither and on the Brnnswlek. (vU Port Royal 9.C.,) to New York. Everett Savannah Augusta Ca., Columbia Waahlngton polnt
about
both. Talk
r contrary depreciates Philadelphia New York Boston
t U 4 Absolute ownership or wealth is only PASSENGER BERTICK.Via ) tlmore and the
the calamity howler; the calamity howlers ". F. C. & P. By, and Cumberland Route i iIv Everett. Macon Atlanta Chattanooga Nashville! Loulwilla CIeI?*
FernandIna
and hold
ih what perpetually '
} r we can acquire proper are the rich who are howling Jacksonville: : 8.15! am: > Fernnndtna I JO p ml{ Ar and Chicago.
fli'I .E which Is our personal record or111'f ef BrunswIoK 6.30 p m. Dail except Sunday. Everett Birmingham Holly Springs, Memphis, Little Rock Kan, .
can't
because they manipulate more fey. JacksonPaimengeni- "
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I alf and 80. Llh
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Everett Sioux City. .
whether good or bad. The Arlhninswlok Louis Chicago,
character. nviile
: feotlve means to pump crumbs of bread .p ni; p.m. Dally River Junction Pensacola Mobile New Orleans Texas
such. board for Thursdays. & exin
allowed on supper !
4 things
temporal
? acquirement out of the stomachs of starving women and the Paclflo Coast. Effective May 10, 18O7. Cg(
,1 Vh or realty la not ours, and in no
t money
; ? and children to"add to their power for New York '
wealth. We only PROPOSED 8AII.XNO81IT. tine ... Expre.5No,9RIerowan I
i aenae represents oar SIII daily. with
\ 810 We have exceptions among I.T. Brunswick. Tave.ara
oppre .New York,Pier 21R.R.3Sop.; : m., (Standard Time.)1ZMK'Zg.l
''a / hold such things In trust for those who I ......................... ..riday. 8epC.IO sleeimoreperefor SavannahiCotuIflb
.
the rich we have a striking Illustration .. ... ............... ... : Yo"
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1, 1r swoceed us. The moment our breath .: :... ..SoloKAW10: .........................Friday.Bept. 17 1' 0 Eastern points. Connects ?;,
here among us. Mr. Flagler has done ; 'i7.7.vv.v.v.v.v.v.v."V"trtlZi / RIO GRANDE ....... ......... .. .........Friday BeP.1M 1.0 Arrives Jacksonville BaopTm: for, w
u f I* cone they are no longer even trustees to develop the southern portion of Bep.8ep.H.: ... ."."........"........ COLORADO.,.. .......................Friday w.Oct I 0 u.a.
n' > V 6.oi those accumulations, but they pass more Friday. Oct. 2...."............,.... ...... RIO .: .................... ....Friday S oe. New York Fast Man :M
i ,; t I l the East Coast; of Florida than the whole For general Information,steamers,tralas.rite.,, ete..apply to any railroad agent or tb Jacksonville 7otJ: p. m. dally t':.II..,
1 $ onto the bands of their sparrow-toed the CHAS.DAVZEBAgent.Z0W.BayS4.Jawluonnlp. 1 .w ern points.. Carthrowgh 81. j
I' of the balance of population combined
to
+ + daughters with which to purchase H. H.RA.YMOITD General Southern' 'Agent Brunswick,G.. k +ry 9:10%.m."WAshevllle YorL No M IIrriv"Jn
,t bloated In the'way of giving employmentto C. H.MALLORY,General Agent,Pier 20,E.River, and 3(12 Broadway,N.Y. .
titles and to their
f empty foreign labor and enhancing 'the value .of -
i the tide of T 'CIncInnati and Jscknonvllle ..
a ,, water-brained sons to keep a w
? ; ? property. On the upper East Coast we .a .j JacklOnvllle Teo p 181.,via Everett ':_"
1 I ) revelry and debauchery up to blood beats lines of travel and w p 1 nta, tJhattllllOOll: CoOOUCIi u.a ;ksr4
p Ii now have competing N Na bvlll.. lit!.oul .
s '' to furnish a Jack-pot for lawyers to r O Chlcajto and YI.r
transpprtatlon, which Is the only means 0m' and well"'" points Returning tar
'" Jacksonville ..
+ $ gamble over and consume among them Its feet and ONTILLE 8.10. Y.
't that can keep a country on "FO .1y.e
I a 4 J selves. This Is .a common result for the sp --
on account of Mr. Flagler' progressive Route.
I Accumulation of those trustees who e rrl P Car service for Through Pufmn
spirit for general' development for the t Cluclnoatl via Bevanna4
,.
their millions and in so doing h biOI.Sbevllle, Hot 8priIDge, .1\.1tbe
cccayc Rnoxvlll
gather up has ,
he
good of the people which so OP tt Celebrated Mountain 0
Counts
are liable to depreciate Instead of enhancing d q Carolina Leanll Jac.ao"lVllle at

: ; t the value of their 'own wealth. clearly demonstrated for our neighbors tki; ; o l e o v e Pa Ives Cincinnati 7.40 a. m. Rntumiq im! a
:1 below, he will undoubtedly give our two $ JacksoDvllle 9I0: a m.
tA -It We have various doctrines and theories rP
ra lines of transportation his hearty endorsement hwr. ,. r -
I N aa to the real purposes of temporal 1lfe1p4' and We will r w a 'a
support. contrast Only Line Through
the
r, ; The preacher tells us our mission Is to Mr. Flagler with such characters v! ,, Country Middle Florida pin.!,

If ," : ,i prepare and fit ourselves for a better .w for Eacamola Lake Bay LesveJavkeomille j ijll L
as Mr. nanna. Who ever heard of such My.f the y rl City LI.e Oak. Madison, a
state of existence here "a' Tallahassee River Junction, Peniii;
f't r and more exalted for FLORIDA CENTRAL, ",],,
} men Investing even a dollar except New: Orleans and the southwest,
i P : after. But the trouble: Is people are the exclusive benefit of self.. Mr. Manna ,and tS are, fornla and the Paclflo Coast Carla AI01I"

#'; t I. looking to their exaltation here. in tem.* /ENINSUUR R.R. No..1 arrives Jacksonville TM: a.m
for his private
; 1 even bought a president own Ir
w 41 y poral affairs to such an extent that they use, and as proof nobody else and Connections..urwuT wire -
of be- PLOD 1' Leaves Jacksonville 9:15: a.m fort *..
Ignore any higher stage existence wanted him, I doubt If Mr. McKinley "3/rr Oat., thorns'.Silver Spring, Ocala
t Ih r lug wholly absorbed In. the. present, or would feel at liberty to squeeze the hand' .,.. _.a.a.. I Orlando, ,LacoocheeeesbarR, Taver'WI.r. City ...1 Pu.i

rather they prefer to be, trustees In temporal Tampa. Arrive
01..a good-looking woman without; Mr. Jaok.ofvIIie4ltp.: ".
jM M things Instead of accumulating w- NASHVILLE ROUTE-Thronch Pullman 8le p..rs, VlaFveratt. Macon, dank>!
d Ila'nna's permission. So after all, the 21P) Cliattanoogu. Leave Jacksonville 7.00 p.m., arrive Nashville 7.00 next p. m. heart iu".
i wealth for themselves. The materialist comei what Is a 9.00 a. m.1; arrive Jacksonville 8:10: next' a. m.

tell us to reach out for happiness; but person question worth seriously P. up. berland 8:15: a. m.d.Lea'.e Jacksonville for Brunswick by: the Cumberland Route steamer' i,,

i the trouble Is which way shall.we reach t .. *cOO p. m.-Local for Everett. Close connection for Brunswick. Shortest and quiet..,
MONT IIARDEE. BOO P. MLocal for Tallahassee and Intermediate points. Arrive
i I We all know that civilization Intelligence I "_P. M.-For Tampa and Intermediate point>. Pullman sleepers. ArrlveJackoonm.r: .a;

4 H and education Is the mother of Through Sleepers for Cincinnati via.AabevUle.lea.ee Jacksonville at 7.00 p. m., _m,.
t Kdooat.Yonr Bowels With Cascarets.Mpatlon viUe I.4ft, p.m.,arrives Cincinnati 7.40 a. m,.
discontent and unhappiness; as it brings Candy Cathartic eure forever. For Macon Atlanta two Trains Daily. Leave Jacksonville 8:15: a.m.and 7-00: v'Punman nOT" .
; BUMMER RA7fEB to Excursion J'otDtln effect June 1st.
.. TlC.C.0IaUdrugglet
10o,2Bo. rundmoney.
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f \ the mind which creates
i accumulations on Sleepers on all Night Trains. Parlor ears between Jacksonville and Tatun.f .
,I desires and anxieties for more accumulations : Bend for Best Indexed Township:Map of Florida to

i.' t just In the same sense that the Making Poultry Profitable. SAFETY COMFORT PICK TIME LOW RATES N. S. NNINGTON Traffic Manager., A. O. MAcDONELL General PaawDgtr,

1 (\BoaunmlAtlon of will do. -'
or power
New
{ money "Mk.on.ille and York.
Transfer between
seductive Finest Cuisine and Service No ,
X The more we possess of almost anything There Is probably no more The :!Fleet I.composed of the following/ Handsome New Steel Steamers I

:, ,' the more discontented and eager we are bUsIness connected with farming' than '

UilI tat more. the growing -of poultry)' and eggs for "Comanclie" (new), "Algonquin,I" "Iroqnois" "Cherokee,"' "Semlnole.1" Florida East Coast Ry

King Solomon Illustrated the principle market. Neither is there any in which

North-Bound. Tla. Table Ne. .-Co.d.. Ju"e a. 1891.
1 disappointment Is not more certain to
of discontent on the wife question.. It .
I overtake the.beginner.who has not prepared Steamers to sail, according to the tide.
? seemed Impossible for him to realize From JACKSONVILLE FLA., (calling, at Charleston), Bund y.n, Tuesdays and Thursdays. !lOUTS ROUND (Bead Down). NORTH BOUND (R.M Up).
r had wives enough and at lasthelrai for his work by previous ex. From CHARLESTON 8. C., Mondays, Wednesday* and Fridays.For .
whence perience. hour. of sailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papers. No ..0 I .0/0 oI
i constrained to say that I It was all ..... L..S.e 'on.4lTe..Ar.. T Yin ......
.7 .
4'I I I A The greatest trouble with the amateur South-Bound.. ..40 .. I6P .....: Ar ......St.Aagn tls..Lv. 6 JI>', ........1T .::....
vanity and vexation. I have some doubts ; : 0 ... .. ........
f fil : about a man being entirely at Is.hls tendency to do too much on small Steamers, are appointed to sail, from Pier:29, East River New York at 8 m. a.. follows t .......... ... .
myself
capital and on too small grounds. However CHARLESTON. 8.C., . . Mondays.'Wednesdays and Fridays.For .: ...... .... .._
1 ease with as many wives as Solomon had JACKBUNVILhEF! J..oA".,(calling at Charleston), Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday .. .. ...... ..... _
) poultry may be fed on purchased .11 ...... ...... Lv... Paiath..p r. NT; ...... ...... ..... .-
hi to encounter while some claim. that even Freight only. ...... 1 ...... ...... Ar.....r..g.a :w.t__ ..... iV. 61tl ..... ...... ...... ..
I makes little too lively for fool, they need at least a quarter .of an Clyde New England and.Southern Lines ( ) ...... ...... ...... ...... Lv..tIaD Mat..Ar.: 61\i'p\ ...... ...... ..... _
things *
one acre for every fifty fowls, and this should (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) ...... ...... ...... .... .......... ...... < _.......... Ii ..... ....." .
them., From a material standpoint ...... ...... ...... ...... ... .. ..D.-font.......... Ii : ..... ..... ...
be so situated that It; can be plowed STEAMERS "DELAWARE," AND "ONEIDA"are -.... 146p. ...... .... .. .. ........I"o..t rw.,.... .. 0 2 ...... ....... .
i there Is no such thing 1 as contentment. sowed with grain and scratched over for to sail..follows ...... ,. ....... ...... I ...... ...... .._..
held hold worms and insects throughout the appointed From Lewie'' Boston, ...... 1 : ..." ..........TlturvWua.. .... I .. ... ...... ..... .
Things temporarily ,as we grow From foot of Hogan Street Jacksonville, FRIDAYS.Clyde's Wharf. ...... ::.. ......... ....... 12 \ ..,.......... .....
them are not real and the more we hold ing season.. Only .a small part of the THURSDAYS. _.... 6 : .... .........C1tyoPolDt......... .. L ..... ...... .. .
feed will be grown on this quarter of an 46p..... ...........ooc"" .......... I' J/) ...1......... ....
the more discontented we find ourselves, acre. Its Value will consist rather in ....,.. flU : .... .. .........Rnokledge. ..... : a I 59u.p........ ...... ....\..
w _.... ........Ea.. GMU ......... 11 ...... ...... ......
as It makes us the more unwilling to re- the Insect and vegetable food It will St. Johns River Line. ...... f .... :........ .Sarue. ....... n ....... ...... ... .
lease our grasp. A man had accumulated furnish and In giving surface to scratch ...... 4 t ..... ..... ......." ........Melbourne........ 11 ............. .........
so that the soil will not become ...... fll6p :... ...:. ..... :...........xolwd...... .... Jj.. ............. .....
a large estate and when about to over (DE BAR LINE) ...... 41Dp! ... ...... ...... .......ebastian.. !. ..... ....... ...... ....J
poisoned by the excrement of fowls, Jacksonville,Palatka Sanford Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. ...... ...... ...... .. ..........Bt. Luele. ...:... 9 ; ...... ...... ....
die a will was suggested no said he which is the fruitful source of disease In ...... 3clSOp :..... ...... 600. ........J'ort Pierce......... ............. ..... i
had gone through too many hardships small yards. Yet by sowing oats or ...... a 86p ...... ...... 807a .............Eden............ 9\Ia: ...... .. .........1 1
Steamer "WELA'KA"CAPT. ...... 3dOp...... ...... 8lOA: ...........Jttnooeu. .... ..' tI/I/ ...... ...... ....I,
+ to accumulate that property to let It go wheat on this limited area it will provide ...... 481' ...... ..... 14ua ...........yBrosN?..,:... .1 \/4.1/ > ..,... ...... ...". I If
j would do both grain and Insects for the nutrimentof W. A. SHAW. ...... Dip ...... ...... Vila ......... ..A11(4a.........'. 88a: .............. ..... t
1 la that way, and he not It. So the fowls with 'enough of ..... '7 III' ...... ...... 81Ba ..........U .. ... ...... ......1
p It can be easily seen that the great struggle !growing .I-----------------appointed to sail, as follows ...... '7lUp ...... ...... 86Ha ......Wo..t. Jupiter...... .. 8 Was...:... ..........
..u
grain to make them digest their food Leaves 'Jacksonville, .' Tuesdays and Saturdays at 3.30 p. m .. y02p ...... ...... IOAJa; Riviera. : 1bHa ...... ...... .....
In life which Is to accumulate\ money well. If to this be added rations of Leaves Banford -- .. Mondays and.Thursdays at 4.00 a. m'; ...:.: 8 lOp ............ ..l l 00. Ar..West. Palm. lleaah..Lv... 724a............... .......t1M9 ,
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bone it will not need ..... ..... .:.... *' .... .Lintoo .
or power only tends ID depreciate our fresh-ground .. more ...... .BlIp ..... ...... II Zap .. ......Fort LaoderdaIL..... .. ..................... !
11 instead of to secure profitable returns. But in no ..... 0 Oep ......Lemon utty.... .. Shia.' .. .. ... .... I
wealth It.
own. enhancing case should more than fifty fowls be Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. .....::10.,4. tlUp Ar...........Mlanl..........Lv. ..::.. .....: ......1

d You will frequently the newspapers kept of an American .
on one-quarter acre -
.Traln.lI2 o.,. :rr and 18, het"o.
A. a W. BBANOIL
staffed with ludicrous rot about the calamity Cultivator. __ .
AnlfUJltlno..T.A
JNO.L.HOWARD. Superintendent.. F.M.InoNnoaoxala.,Fla Pass. Agt.FootHoganSt. 'onY'iU. anIlS"
NoN sal
howlers] and growlers. The cry I 204 West Bay St.THBO.O pi 10NIi. e. Train W8, between Mlorat
... .. .. T 15P 'TiiP l'iero.dailyexcept8anda'
JACK8omtLK v. "" Smyrn. Ar. '
is, down'wltb the calamity howler] down To Care Constipation ..0...... I __ 11 .....Lake Helen....t.:.Lv.1' Blip! 4 Mp Train :III\J. between Fort Plrrw! .

with the growler. Who is it that 1C Take O C.CascareU O. fall to cure Candy druggist Cathartic.refund lOa money.or SSo. I }. Eoona T. M.,. .' W.H.WAHBOBTON,E.P.A., M.H.CtTD,A.T. M. i1 ........O..n".OrangeOily.Lv.1216p Clty..L. la IIII' 8 I13p Miami] d";I'.xce 78'out t Mo dar8L
IlOpfloeainI T via==
i uses this language It/is simply those 5 BOWLING GREEN NEW YORK.

who have ground the lIfo blood of exist- -We juetTelved anotherlup- vf M. P. CLYDE! a CO., General A Tb.'..LNaa.r"BISCAYNE"
Delaware
I once out;of those\ bowlers and then even ply of very fine grades of tobacco seed, IIBowIlDIrGreeD.N..YorlEo1380.> : A ve..Philadelphia

object to their growling about it. Row which will be given away to any person '. .
who will plant It on the East Coast.. Callor
la a man's grievances to be remedied If
send stamped-addressed envelope for ._.
they are not allowed to be made known.To some to the ADVOCATE office. Is appointed to Perform Service as follows:

Illustrate, what Is the cause.of the 1b11 5outhern.u'Rai1way. Laa-re MI4KI 10:30) p. m. Wednesday and Saturdays, connecting with. Trail ftWIST

calamity howlers in the coal regions PST .
9 vt,.. As an advertising medium no 6qo. m. Tueedayti and Fridays
The mine owners have Imported a lot ofthe paper on the East Coast can beat the Connecting M Miami with Train TS. followiof moral". |

most putrid scabs front all over the ADVOCATE. Give us .a trial advt., QJ Aa
J.P, .... J.
earth to substitute In the place of human and be convinced of the pink paper'sworth. --S rSuTSnag.; AaWt (..'...P1'It. _-

i labor and have driven humanity and .: Aotn.4las. .,.

, civilization from their resource for ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST. RODIE.TUBOTJOH ,

i brad) and because they complain the 1 Line
Suwanee River Route.
The Trunk
i sanctified dispensers of our righteous : pTjzxktAir DRAWING BOOM OAKS DXNXKOTHOSOTTCIHTAAB OA",, Tropical !

laws decrees they mutf be suppressed COACHES, .VS8TIBUIJ5D: TRAINS. .

N 1 exterminated, with the musket; and Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railwj

4 in the face of these calamltles'blow the GEORGIA SOUTHERN fe; FLORIDA .
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l bugle horn of prosperity which In tone R'Y., To all Points North< and NORTH, EAST AND WEST. JOSEPH H. T3TJRKEE.! Receiver..
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sense Is true. Capital Is prosperous as SOuTH 1597. b
Time Table Effect May H-5a
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Palatka Tlf ton Macon and Atlanta. N0!
long as It cb hold panics and oppression TWO DAILY TRAINS BBTWEEN = No.200N0.2l. N o.23 )
j, FLORIDA AND rUB EAST. .
Low rates to all Summer Resorts; exceptionally Local: .S30 P 912& Lv.JACK80NVILLE.-r' T30sm 818p.
: on the people; but the people can never Low Rates to Nashville now ...... .. Mixed soap 9811a .............Oranjte Park............. 8840 UI 'OIl".
} d Southwestern' .. ... ..........,. '." m ..
< Limited .. MoW'y Ollip IIffa .... .. ........ ,
be prosperous as long as they are pushed on sale at following rates: Waxblngton and .......andFri ..........\Magnolia..: "' ............... ; P4)Pj.1
out of employment by the manipulations Ten day limit Tuesday and Thursday: : ...... .. ........ 948p 1010e .. ....Green Cove springs.... ... oo" ,
And the United States Fast Mall. ........ ...' .... .... .... .. .... .......Bo twlclt.............. .'m i ,OIl,.I11 I//i
of avaricious capital. and then not From Palatka, $14; Jacksonville, $12.80 .....:. 89q hoop 103llA.. ...... ..... Palatka........ .... ... "l 6 oo a 42'i'. 1 1L.
Twenty day limit, day: ... .... 124Ip: 12Mp: 112211.... .........:Satauma.L.: f28am .1..1'
I allowed to complain. The newspapersare Palatka $li>.25 every Jacksonville $17.60 03LT 91 JAOZ80NTILLE TO W AS H INGTON. ........ loop IIflip 11311a .1.( ............Pomona................ fH.m .
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wild about prosperity because wheat \ 18IIp :1081': II 04)a..CrewentCltv Junctlon. '
October Slat, every day: ONLY 27 HOURS JAOX30HVILLB. TO'HBW TOME. ........ 220p lama 120'1& .. ............Seville............ ... 858.m'N=
baa bounced to a Hctlclous price and ........ ....
__ 3fa pIMa Ii 311a.. .... :.DeLeon 8prlngs.. 9" 3Mim IM'
i the have to sell at ten Palatka, $20.33:! ; Jacksonville $24.00 4 ........._ 412p: 111a124Sp .............Olenwcod .........:..!. l40am 97d'P ,
people potatoes The Soenlo Route. The Historical Bond TM r. ld Train aompeeM of Latoet ImvnnA TMmu. We...l.* Oar sod Betel Dt.- ... ..., fMp 1301' 12 lIMp.. ..... ..... ..Blsl'8llford..A.. holes.

floats per bushel and cotton at six cnnts Battlefields Route. Fall information lac Cars. thmgh without ehan. .. to W.uhl. .ftoa.aailta.s.. ................ fl6 620 P .........".._. n IllIp 4Oa Arl ... r. ..."". 4Lv( r .......1..."..".. rl1sPY: ./...

1 j per pound to buy It., If that Is prosperity Sleeping car reservations, maps etc., Ffclla.Ulphls.New York and th. ...-. ........ 613 P P ........ t2 fOp Lv/ .. .... En.. ,,rt.... ... .... ...... .. tIO.--J.31I.;.
could do better without It. If can be obtained by writing or calling ........ ........ ..: ..... sap Ar. ...,.TizvsviLLn.........i:" ... !
we upon HUGH L. RICHARDSON; ..... ... ........ ...... .. ,4 ....:.:........ l'aola............s... ....... .. ;i<. .
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those vast accumulations from the coalmines G. A. MCDONALD, Gen'l Agt. THROUGH PULLMAN DRAV ING.ROOM SLEEPING CARS BE- ........ ........ ...... .. ... ..I'Io..nlo.' .. ............ ...... .35....
........ .;..... ........ 3..p. d..:.: :.:....Mt. ... ..,: ..49,...II061' /
added to a persona real wealth or G. P. A., Macon Ga. Jacksonville. TWEEN JACKSON MLLE AND NASHVILLE. ........ 4 ......,.. ." Don.L....... .., M 11IO&j
........ "e ell y e 146 is -I fOp .4r.......... .}Sanford ....:..L. I a m '
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Through Sleeping Cars Dally Jacksonville ......... ........ ..Winter Park.... ........ \215--1"
to ........ 990 : : :. ....... 12ITpm
.... a OIIp : :::::: :.. .Orlando. ...... .
.. KEEP YOUR BOWELS STRONG ALL SUMMER I IANDYCATUAPTIG' Cincinnati via Asheville Through the ........ ........ ...... .......K.JlI8lmmee..... /. ... J
........ ........ Ar..BarIow ...,..... Lrs
"LAND OF THE SKY." ........ ....... 8211 a a lop ..,.. .... ....LakelaDd.. ........... pm .
...... .. ........ t 736. 7 flip .: .Bartow ...... tlMpm .
....... .. tOnpAr..Pnnta. .:: Oorda..... .::.L'tl30pm Past
For detailed. Infarmatlim a* *n nt *nbe .. say*.eB,..tae ttommmm RAII.W.. or I'.___u-. re..rn.ese,4 a0a. .ppiy. .. ... ... .. ....... Tampa Bay Hotel.... ...... a '....dA..MonsndThurs101npLv. ,.
.. 840. TJIIpAr..PortTampa..L....... 723pmp
n ..: . ........Po"Tampa........ ..Ar "" d.
L. A. 8HIPMAlf W'1C1d4a Par Agit. tit WMt Ba7 8....... .1MkIOD.m. ........ Tnes R I'rIdav.: 3 Sep Ar......... ...Key W.......... .Lv 1130 Bop p III If""td ..
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CURECOHST PATIONA i wml. D,q vrw-. b.oA.easl..Pa AM.. Trains.1 and SI Can) Through Pullman Buffet "Weeping Wedns.da eta
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Cocoa Roekledfre..Ran Oallle, Melbourne and Intermediate POI pFirpleave
6" Itp. b Melbourne ) and Saturday at 7 a.m.,arrive ai. t II
10 ALL Train S3, leaving Jacksonville daily at.:Ii a m.. arrivesat! :'goJ'ac .Oll. .\I._
ZJ. $0- 1: 8.. Ocala 1:80 L.e.burg 3 32: : BrooksvUle&fit p. m. Train leaviarri ....C...
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DQUGGISTSv ... a' Oakland 4:08 a.m. Laeoonbee .. Tarpon Springs! F41
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E.OBIDA SWELL MOUND.BT dearth of water produces a small crop of 'RTI: : Invite: y..r AttcmUon to my.l.Stock.fHARDYABE Spring and Summer Resorts on the East. Coast R'y. ,:t t'f

woody structure. A heavy clay or adobes i' : and CROCKERY .
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F. -U WHIT not loose enough to be easily worked, '

Ii IiI IiI IiI IiI Iir og the early part; of 1893 I was and requires too much care in irrigatingand I Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. AH kinds of Boat Goods Stoves, Tinware GranIteware The Florida East Coast Railway to Miami. The Miami A; Key West Steam bly. ; ,

g near a bell mound at; East cultivating to give good returns doors, malt and blinds, and Builders' Hardware' water coolers, toe cream Line to Key West. '
6t Jirne In Brevard county. Although The reports of experiments show that freezers, Quick meal gasoline Stoves. Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, garden tools 'f
KEY WEST-Hotel Key West $4 and upward special weekly and commercial
and and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly ,
thousands of shell mounds In Wisconsin plows harrows paints glasses, poultry nettingand
be the richest beets ob-
were
nay barbed wire rates Open entire year. A. M. Taylor, Manager. General offices: bt, Augustus.C. .
|Ida and hundred. of people pass tained from a soil intermediate betweena
Harrison Bros Ready Mixed Paints.in B. KNOTT
pass these mounds nearly every clay loam and a sandy loam. In South shop in connection with store. Large Galvanized Iron Tanks a Speclai-; ..". Superintendent Florida East Coast Hotel System.Travelers' 4 f;
the sear, the probabilities are Dakota a dark loam. and
sandy .
clay .
ty. Mad to order and as cheap an the ordinary wooden 00"". Contract taken anywhere In the _
tone in ten of these passing loam gave the most satisfactory crop County for tin roofing Glittering eto. Fleam writ me tor ..Ir.... I roe >ectCUlly tmllolt a pnr. \
Ion of your patronage Mail Order given ITounpt and Careful Attention, and inquiries for
I if asked could tell whether the In Kansas the best results are from a price.answered

I they are most familiar with was loam In Iowa a dark loam proved best. prourlody'M.:. HH-: aEI.'VeRt : .U13I3TL: : : ? Hotel :

sod of two or .ten or a hundred. In Indiana most arable lands gave about Pnlm Bench Fin. .. .

of shells equally good results, though a moderately -
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I general Way they would tell you sandy loam seemed better than others. Bay Street, '- .- Jacksonville, Flay w

Vhe timber on and around the From these results the Ideal soil for the This hotel Is now under now management, and has been thoroughly renovated: .}

. I was different from: that on the sugar beet may be called a deep sandy HOMESEEKERS hroughout. ,
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ear by that was free from shell. loam witha rather porous, moderately _. .
Bus meets all Trains, and Eloctrlo Cars )pass door. Bath rooms and alit
I another Illustration of. the saying, fertile subsoil. Conveniences on every tloor. I'
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breeds contempt. '
[rarity ireful study of one of these mounds CUT ItOSES. AVho arc Seeking "a Home in the OPEN ALL THE YEAR. ';:t

J reveal many things of interest -r.'i; Rates:-American' Plan, $2 to $!.60; European, 60o to $1. Special by the week.

ough my days were filled with "Charm they never so wisely," It is a South should. send the Mrs. FINLEY, Proprietress.

|I could see some things In and conceded point that the fairest and sweet- t.o' undersigned ,

I the mound or shellbank. East est of flowers are less fair beside the \ :

Jurne that were of Interest to me, rose, queen of flowers. for a copy of the == qftii- "

obably may prove so to some of There are roses and roses. Superb and r .hjll1 r I 1
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ra blow students of the book of nature. royal In every other attribute, as cut r Ct d .. It :: ; !
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Lve somewhere, a list of the shells flowers some are lacking In endurance.: Florida East ,Coast Homeseeker. en \\\1\ i. i i. is) Ie. !j '

in and around the mound, but Iit And we call an otherwise perfect flower JHIiUji i

t I; put my hand on It this time. lacking that falls to hold its beauty when }.\l .

VB also a list of the larger trees severed from the parent plant. 1Hihiil-
We have lands for Fruit Growing, 'Truc lng, Tobacco Growing and for = ,
vhlch I am familiar, found on this. Bridesmaid is a pink of exquisite shade o I !
or mound. that; in this'respect cannot be surpassed.It Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest In the United States .fI [! = '

sera gummifera, Amyrls Florldanarntf will last In perfection until the waterIn Apply to cg I Al !iS = ':!
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Corallodendron the vase has all been absorbed and In 11
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opbyllum ollvlforme, Sideroxylon decorations will endure heat and exposure JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner' y JI)!d r

t cbodendron* Ardlsla Pickerengla, remarkably well. Kalserln Victoria e FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y( rr

u a gratissiraa Flcus ,pedunculaty, Augusta, In pure white, adds this very ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. ,:ii- \ JI a..Sia a
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bus vlrens, Sabal palmetto. desirable quality to its other perfections. IR. J
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a he herbs and shrubs never .triedke New buds, half-opened buds and the full -- -- --. =
a list blown roses are enduring and beautiful s d
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ere are about forty species of shells as cut flowers. FREYER &: BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY /t spa' '\ .. f i 11 !. G

l I around the mound and I''am of Princess Bonnie Is a dazzling red rose, ai ,. ; oIB!
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pinion that It was largely built by that lasts long In brilliant beauty, when (Successors to THE A., B. CAMPBELL CO.) .- :" r ."f!.., pIo
al forces but not entirely. cut. And even when It fades, as red roses as x ( I. v "' g

i largest number of the shells byre are wont to do, the shade of red Is clear, Pianos, Organs anll\Iusical,, Merchandise. C'-2 ; '. ti

Venus cancellata and 'I found never purplish. .Princess Is. exquisite for : Jil i ; F lt4

[ quantities of them in pairs, and cut flower purposes. A CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE. tc: i Ga:

,To me this, seems to Indicate Sappho makes this Its strong point. It stock ;(
We purchased In January last the Immense .Pianos. Organs sheet ..- !
they had died a natural death or at probably outlasts all 'other cut-roses. music and musical instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out
were not cooked and eaten.me Etoile de Lyon is another that is to be the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room for a full LIi I ",
| of these closed pairs of Venus highly recommended. The yellow shades line of the celebrated Conover, New England, Schubert and Klngsbury Pianos.!
r We have the following pianos, which are worth from #100 to $200:!()( more than we !
I oung Crepldula growing inside that characterize these two are in their ask for them : ." i h ;

key must ,therefore have been 'sub- favor. All yellow roses deepen their tints Conover,style K,wal........f.WO TUInet nrna., style (I, muh.,.......,......,,|2c o '
I .. Kel. 8-5: Schubert. a 10................. ....... 27ft
tod after death long enough for the when cut. Just why the red ones grow e Jeb.....u.. !MOjr. Malcolm Love, wal. ............. ...... tnaHtelnway : j It: Y Oq.L '!' I,
and has not been u u : ..... aim ..b...........' .......,, Inn
hatch lighter yellow deeper
I pldula spawn to and grow to I' H Meb...4410 Everett el,............,......., IMKlngabury : !
eighth or tbree-sl teenthsof an inch demonstrated, yet the fact, remains. u u K.wal............,........... 5'L6 .trleR eh..I/.I; : 3 If !llu
McCaimnon, style 2'J.! wali" ............. ........ 3410 u eb........ .......n... I.MJ e
[ameter. Franclsoa Kruger will deepen, from its .. !M, mah.......... ........ 3410 KnaheOrand ...................... son c:> BItas -
saffron' borderingon e '.. 7. wal........ ..............,3711 Btuyveaant eb .......,..,..,.. .. .'., 175wrttl IIII
aw no' trace of human agency or deep coppery-yellow to .. T.eb. ..................... : N ........ ............ *l ban until a depth of threeof bronze, when cut and kept awhile Bros., 8, eb.... !KN> Newfthjr Kvani eb......,........,..... 1:11\: ij1iFlil tI
occupancy .. .. n 8, el.1......... 178 J.... M. Star, eb.................,........ III
( shells had accumulated,but about Otherwise than Its very deep color, it Is o u u 3, uiah..................luo Morris, .loo t
) level are remains of numerous fires, not to be recommended for cut'roses. Some of these pianos have been rented, but we have had them re-polished and Lh'1
J higher up, about four foot level, I No matter how beautiful a rose maybe put I In thorough order, and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momey re.-stool '
stool scarf Innstruotlon book and delivered f. b. Jacksonville v
that not too soon funded. We furnish a o.
bed'of Is
red one ashes about two one preferred 4
; cash or Installment. Sheet music'at half price. Write us
leg I sweet petals to earth, prolonging -
deep. casts the FREYER &; BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, -
I few Inches of shell above the rens its day of life for our enjoyment.To 24 East Bay Street, Jacksonville. Fla. :aO'EEJI:: : :: CONOZIzIMIAMI : .,

r of the lower fires, then remains of ___ ___ ._ . '
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[to the depth of an inch or more, Cur. Caaitlpntlon Forever.
I ably either stranded by a storm or* Take Cancarets Candy Cntlmrtlo.. ion or Mo. :EJOTJiJLS.: ] hotel with all modern Improvements' Located on park one f 1,

1 on to death, as, so'many thousands It O. O.O. all to ours, druggists refund money. -------_._._------ .--_._ ._--_ _._ _. .-... ----- ---- block from hotel Royal 1'ulm, commanding splendid! view of Blsoayno.Bay hates ,;
----- t'J. per day and upward.. !Special: rates by week or mouth. 1
e In 1835: 1886 and 1805 There is .

Iderable depth of shell above' the Remember the ADVOCATE, Titus- Fisc er's Cottage. --
bones. vllle, does all kinds of job printing. Giveus :
[ a share of your work.] BEACH HOUSE.
I conclude 'that this bank was sub- OCEAN : <
txoot. uriTUfinruio: jj'lo .
god until the shells attained a depth X eblxxi.: ,
hree feet; that It was visited by T IT 7ANTED-FAITHFUL MEN OR Centrally located between both depots. Airy rooms, good table, pure drink ON THE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN" t
nan beings(perhaps only at low tide]) VV women to travel for responsible ing water.
|te frequently during its further ac- established house in Florida. Salary Rates: $2.00 per day; special rates by the week or month. Opposite Daytona, near the City; Beautiful I bathing Sum
>ulation; that it was' not submerged $780 and expenses. Position perman- CIIR. F. FISCHER, rroprletor. mer Rates $7 and *H per ,week Special rates to families louse open all the year. t.

considerable time when the ashes ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressex Address MRS.. If. A*. BERRY, Sea Breeze, Fla
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umulated to the depth of two Inches; stamped envelope. The National, .Star __ __H. __ ---- --r- '.--- --- --- -'- -- _.__. _._00_ _._. _... .__. . ..h__ .. .. .. .___...._ __________ i
that after it began to be visited by Insurance Bldg., Chicago. ARTHUR T. FEASTER.RIVER. .
an beings'It, was occasionally sub-
ted for considerable time, because =OTEI.t The Hotel Placid oat:

ula pairs. In them of Venus are above with the young lower fires Cre- WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS, 1894 l

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here are some small pieces of broken
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tory scattered about, but so far 'as* I TITUSVILLE, In the center of the city, on Main\ Street, the dividing 11-line between east and west- ?
are only on the surface. iI : Indian IlivexvFla. one block from Bay Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. 4
think the time is coming when a ;* !Superior: Cuisine and !Service.: Bus moots all trains. Terms I'J.BO:. per; day and
'rough and systematic exploration of ; the week N. L.
upwards. Special: rates by WARD,
Florida shell mounds will be made leoay. "1M't. 1'0''''. i V""IM hi 'roprletor.'r'
.ho interest ot science and when this What PEFFER'S I HERVJGOR Did -
done doubt 't ; ARTHUR T. FEASTER.
there will no be foundch IS sou p0 werfwlly and qu l cal C ur.s when al l .
that will be valuable to science others fall. Toune men re.aru Mr m.nboodl.olcDon't .. 'r MANAGER.
II exceedingly interesting to the ama- .Nqo..rJoatb'ul._.. M Cure Ne...11I0....._Ab.0Lte1... Loss It.lltS'Q. ; .. Seminole Hotel *
pr as well as the sclentlst.Btorlesm Ir.ote.Igkt11, _II"___ Power -
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Nature .15k.. a.... oI1.a or.rr. W..ttaf. Dloe .... Open AH The Year.
_.. end sir.Yec.a a .til a&we or MM.M
lot d Miw1.Ja wwortbIMNMiIWUI::: :: :J I'onpmflt. OPEN ALL TIIE.,YEAR.
SUGAR BEET SOIL. :roa"_ """... InclBtonbav-...
Inor K or n Can bb.carried la...,pocket' I Prepaid plain! wrap 1 Only a few minutes ,
Bulletin "wrt&eo......I per U.nor.rmmtfMt. or ran M **;;*, ...wild A B..Itl.rOrRO5..... the r walk from Railway stations This hotel Is substantially built of brick, and ham every convenience. Close to '
Referring to the above 23, ?ijyii MEnae&.free.':"J.3r'.in:IIYIeai.wtt*A"dSold ran" and Steamboat land- the railway depot. Free'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the botel
zona Experiment Station-a copy ot: Ings'l with fishing!: tackle on board for the use of /guests. Rates, from '''.00 per day allupwards
Ich has been received at the ADvo- by J, B. Screven, only. On the banks of the ; special rates by the week or month.
TE officer-nays that the query present- .far-famed Indian River.iLtILiJL'UiLi'Jl o. GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor. a ;

? Itself to most people when the grow- _.. _.. _
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at kind of soil Is best for them This HOTEL ALGONQUIN HOTEL COQUINA ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA, FLA. e ,

y be replied to In a general way bye ,

statement'that any moderately fertile Inn M.-W. EATMAN, Proprietor Open for Summer Season of 1807-June 22nd. .Flne Surf Bathing, Fishing and
11, such as will grow'wheat corn, cot- ,
SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY.
ST. AUGUSTINE FLAX wheeling
Hi, potatoes, etc., will be found suited ,
sugar beets, and even soils too salt or AT SEABREEZE, FLA.A .w Furniture sad Fixtures: throughout HARRYIL.. BEEMAN, Manager. y

ikallne to grow these crops will pro- NEW t of Surf DathI Zlactrla bell In erery room. Fronting... Ol. .Now open for the Summer Season. ;
iuTheoood and Klan Market lad Flu*. Overlooking th. ,
a Bay
nee good beets; Sugar beets have been Bv llmaoWI beautiful I Fishing wide ,smooth with ... ocean view. All whit help. Rate, .._ ----_. ._- --_._.._.--_._----
'end a good crop to plant! upon soils lY beach for Driving and $3.00 par day and pp.ard. Special weekly rauBampl ..
mewhat alkaline, with a view to im rua tisu&n. Bicycling. .room. STANTON HOUSE.

roving the soil, this crop having been
und valuable for extracting: and re- Rates, $2.00 per day. Specialby .,.--- ---- ---" ---'-.- '
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ovine alkali In small quantities. Ex- the Week. D. J. JONES Proprietor. k'd

rlmeaU have been bade with growing STEWART 4:; GRAML1NG, ProprietorsCOMFOBTAD The Colonna, D -

*>n extremely light, sandy soil and up- Rates $2.00 per day. Special Terms to
DAYTONA.
beavy adobe and lay soils; upon On the Peninsular, opposite

ry sterile and fertile soils, with results The Swannanoa. Large, airy and well-fnrnlshed rooms, with all Modern Conveniences, electric Families.
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adlng to the conclusion that extremesall lights, bells, etc. tl
these classes of soil should be ASHEVILLE, N; C. 'Plenty of shad outside hotel makes a delightful place for chi Wren. -
Two Minutes Walk from Central
medium soils week in Casino. .
voided white of all kinds Dancing twice. a
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Ive satisfactory yleldsr THOUGH modest and unobtrusive REDUCED RATES for Summer. season, $1.:,0 per week and upwards. En Depot,

One of the eseeatlal Is, tfcat the sol there Is no better conducted hotel In gag your room. at once. PHATTANOOGATENN.

all have depth-that is, It muse be of Ashevllle. The popularity of;location.The Swannanoa Its- FREE. HACK from Daytona depot.Address.

friable nature to the depth of a foot or Is doe to IU unique the exeeUeaee of SYDNEY HAIGH, Prop., .
bOIll.Uke atmosphere, '
wre.. Another Is that; there shall be DOardpao" Its enlslne, and lu very moderate price. Seabreeae, J'Ia. ale familyhome; Pleasant location-- 1
boas and furnishings new;
near the surface. A safest $2.'O per day. LiberalR. weekly ntH. Fort Fierce Hotel I veniences. No better fishing and hunting ,

PUS IOU has been found to produce the B. BAWLS, tn the State.' J..* F. M. TYLER, ,
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FMte>t PW cent of sugar. Im too rich street line. Tnf.ASHKTIIXX printing INDIAN For Fie,... fla. Proprietors. :
Central: on ear The ADVOCATE does.clp] J J JPJI RIVER, Near Ialet.
[soil the beets grow too large and eonMn N. C. ;; Formed I of N.rr Usvea, C ""f I vt,
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Itl'h + 1 4a OUR CAPITAL ROBBINS & GRAHAM .....
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I From,our special correspondent.] The steamer St. Augustine\ with her GROCERIES, FRUITS & VEGETABLES. Florida
i Improved engines, has demonstrated her ...
:..:Ia.ovycrs.;
r .. TAIXAHASSBK, FLA., Sept. 1C,'07. ability to cope wjth he roughest weather'on Western Meats of..All Kinds Crockery, <:lul -

: Hon. Walter Qwynn, of Sanford, trustee her.river trips.. She arrived in time l''our patrons ware'
and president of the Board of Trustees to connect with the J., T &. K. W.outbound WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND I TITUSVILLE, '- .
train Saturday last, not- FLORIDA
morning
+ of the State Agricultural college, UNITED STATES COURTS.
1H withstanding the heavy gales she
has resigned. ,
H encountered on her north run. Her -

bill Florida of health presents, and an in exceptionally accordance clean with departure.beyond on the Monday usual time evening on accountof was delayed I ABSTRACTS of Title unlisted E. L. :ae: ::c &;, :aeO:

GROCERIES the general health laws of the state, Dr. the Invoice
extra heavy of freight
)$ 11' ,, Porter, state health t>officer baa declaredthe brought In by the J., T. & K. W. train r for Lands ,In Brevard and Dade Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers;' Staple & Fancy Groceries \
all \,
state quarantined against places to make her ,
up cargo.
containing Infectious disease. ; Counties. And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, naY''. :Bran, Cotton Seed Meal r.
ATP Food and Wheat. ,We are the only house on Indian River dealing "*>
exclu'tho i
Net week, 'the,, 20tb, is set for the Take Note of This. above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit '"
y before the railroad commissionof burps

y il Rock-Bottom Prices transportation hearing exceptions, If companies any to be, to filed' the by rules the For sale a comfortable-- home situatedon We. have' 'a .large List Very truly. E. L. BRADY & BRO., Tltu8Vme,

the Halifax,River at Port
and regulations, as prescribed by the Orange; of Lands owned by I "
i. Strictiy. For Cash large and nicely laid out grounds; five ,
commission for the of rail-
government law. miles south of Daytona. House l is large FIRE: :: 'INSZT.Ei: A.N"OE., ...
roads under the commission
I new and completely furnished, with three ourselves and clients. '
\ ..GRUBER & GrRIGrGrS.. The Board of Trustees of the State I acres of land surrounding It, planted In : orooooujr: Prop ert
.
Tea TituBVjlle Fla. Agricultural college met at Lake City' a variety of fruit trees-orange, grape, Price for unimprovedJands BY INSURING IN The "Old Hartford" Fireman, Fund, Providence.
' last week to elect principal and director etc., Fine locality for fishing and hunt- iogton or Sun Mutual Insurance Company. All well known as the .trnnoLT"
I 't vice Hon. W.,N. Sheatt, State Superintendent Ing. For further particulars address $3 to $100 safest companies In America. GEO. B. RUMPH], JR., gett|
who declined the .election MBS. VUILI.AUMK, '. Agent for East Coast
t.r. Palmetto Drug Store Dr. W. Ii'. Yocum, of Bartov" a well Daytona, Fla. per acre. Tltusvllle, Florid,
known educator, was elected to the position ,-
at a salary of $2,000 per annum. '
' :i' :1[. HUSTON No.3 AtUntlo Block, WE have a few Residence, Orange: ." -
; Prop.,:
The bids for the location of the State Call at YOUNGS'... '
;ij ,; I DAYTONA, FLORIDA. '' Reformatory were opened last week at Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable ,G.. CARY..EL: WES,
r the executive''' office. Marlanna, Jack-
( sonville, Gainesville Anthony Tallahassee ..,;.TONSORIAL PARLORSFor locations. Prices Reasonable
DRUGS Medicines Chemicals
.S r1 r1r j and Klsslmmee were bidders. Marl an ARTISTIC HAIR CUT or NEAT FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE
has decidedly the best bid, and will
anna
'; Flno Toilet Soaps, Brushes,'Combs; doubtless stand the best chance of securing SIIA VE. a Ladies Specialty Hair, Dressing OFFICES : J WEST TITUSVILLE.PALM: BEACH Representing the Liverpool & London'& Globe Insurance Company and

1 Etc. Perfumery and Fancy Toilet the institution. and MIAMI. Mutual. Life Insurance Company, of New York.
Hutchinson Ave.
: Tltusvlllo, Fla. '
II Y Articles In Great Variety. Probably the,most Important event of Your Business Solicited., .
the week In Florida has been the consolidation ( sTITUSYHLE
3J :, Physicians'', Proscriptions Accurately and amalgamation of the metropolitan .WILL E. K] OX. Titusville Shop FLORID
r Compounded. press of Jacksonville, under the .. .. JBarbe .
y i I title of the Florida Times-Union and .' -
Citizen. With the combined prestige of DISPENSES OF
THE
both papers the consolidated paper Call at the above place and get your DECANTER.
ranks In every particular with the best Soda Water Drinks

southern papers. Hair Cat Shave Shampoo
'
What Is known as the phosphate law, OF ALL KINDS.. Lesley & :Renaker
Chapter 4547, passed at the last session or Tonsorial work of all kinds done by ,

1 ysi \ official of the phosphate Legislature Inspector, providing at the various for an Milk Shakes, Ice Cream, Etc. ... n. s. "MEADOR, Prop., Foreign and, Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and WhIsII

ports of the state where phosphate is I Washington ave., Tltusvllle, Fla. Bottled Beers Ales and Stont.
,
hipped, has been attacked at Fernan- goPure distilled waterused In our
'. dina. The second stage of the proceedings fountain A Flrst''class'Llne: of Cigars. *** Billiard and Pool Tab

after the preliminary!hearing, has Pfanily and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given( to n
In Chaffee & Co's. .
been brought before Judgd Call at Jacksonville I ( drug store) ordhrs. Cash,must accompany your order... LOSLEY:!: & RENAKER TitusviUe.r
i and remanded for trial at the TITUSVILLE; '. FLORIDA. Globe Gas ;Engines;
regular term of the circuit court It is \ ,
,
'S. claimed by the contesting .parties that '
: the law Is unoon tltutlonal. Tile law / X* R. DECSE.R. .
East
Coast Meat Market Stationary and Marine. .
carries a penalty, naming Its violation a '
misdemeanor, in a fine of not exceeding hand Full Supply el
-]::: Will keep constantly on a :::[-
$1,000, and Imprisonment not exceedingone
J. T.
: : year or both. The case will go to HINTON Manager.. ,The Safe, Reliable and Economical
; PINEAPPLE PLANTS
the Supreme court CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
o Power r for Business ,and
several directories and .
: The newspaper .. .. _.
annuals for 1807 are being delivered. ..' Pleasure Boats
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f yt' t* 'Fancy Pineapple Slips & Suckers Your correspondent so far has seen only S. a::>> arefsifsiad and :EI.o'-1&h.:

S for Sale.. two-Pettingill and ,,Rowell. Both of w:: Anxilliary Power and ,
these directories place the population of = Also Mouldings and: Turned' Work;'I Brick Lime Cfm!
t'll Abbakas, Egyptian Queen, Golden the state at 31)1,000) using the census of -_ ,::a.. ,
f Queen, Porto,(Rico. Smooth Cayenne and 1800, and the number of newspapers In Stationary Use and Crates of All Descriptions.
ri Red Spanl b.\)Apply to t the; state at 157. They rate nearly everything \ '
1n \ MADDOCedsMATT1lAM.: In the state, outside of Jackson ''tIiII: :;! For Catalogues and prices, Titulsili'e; : 4 F1orl&

l fr i "Palm Beach'Plnery,", ville at less than 1,000 circulation: th Ygraolouslyallow = -en Address ,
West Palnl) Beach, Fla. the Jacksonville BENJ. W. JEROME,
a rating of 3,000 circulation. Rowell in ** 3._ Rockledge, Fla. JAMES FBITCHABD, President; W. M. BROWN Vice-President:

adding what he calls a new feature, saysn Titusville Florida. a- C. ..Schnyler, Cashier.
1I ,...' A Cut to the Cutters. effect, that as the advertisers unit; of ._ Fot: Sale. *
---- 'J'r value for circulation is 1,000. names only n
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i First-class: home grown Smooth boy. ten papers in the state outside of Jacksonville WANTED FAITHFUL MEN OR Power house-boat, Buckeye, (05-ft long and INDIAN .RIVER STATE BAN
olroulatlon. 22-ft beam two decks well found,'
Y, ,, o nue Sudkers, freight paid, at $130 per with such a If the to travel for responsible ; ;
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thousand. gauge of correctness of, this newspap r established house in Florida. Salary In A No. 1 condition; bottom coppered. '
., CHARLES CotwBgsK, data for Florida' Is l In, line with the state $780 and expenses. Position perman-- For price, address, (Incorporated under the Laws: of the State of Florida.)
Bahla' Fla. head notes as set out In these directories, ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed BKSJ.. W.- JEROME,
it Is certainly a little out of plumb, to stamped envelope. The National, Star Rockledge, Fla. Authorized capital, $100,

say the least, for Florida has nearly 600,- Insurance Bldg., Chicago., 'j t\N\ Paid up capital $25

," Chqlce Pineapple Plants. 000 population, as shown by the abate Average deposits, $150,0,
I'' --, census of 1809, and has more than 167 JOSEPH ZAPFTTTIOLEHALIS ..... I. --=..:I
i t ; Smooth Cayenne,' Envll City, Abbaka, newspapers with a' circulation and advertising BOOKKEEPING Transacts a General Bait
and Red Spanish, grown without covert value far above the estimate DEALER. '
55 lFjl r t.: and from young ,plants. Guaranteed placed by these directories, as it l Is a thoconghly $
i first-class. Apply or address! well known fact that inasmuch ai the taught for Anbeuser-Buscb Brewing 'AsstnFamous Business
.t population of Florida Is composed of "ASrwmson'sBookkeeping
C. A. ROBINSON, .
k Eden, Indian River,Fla. former residents of every state In the ChartNo St. Louis Lager Beer. I Largest and Oldest Bank on Hit ti
iy Union, the state press of Florida has a teacher required.
a 1 'I combined circulation, small, we grant Booklet living lull Sold by Losley & Renaker, Tltusvllle. Exchange sold on aiL ForeignDIIUICTORSI CwuW
Fancy Pineapple Plants. compared to the densely' populatednorthern prUcnUnfree.: Addrea.1:11.: ..M.Anu.-. Manufacturer of Soda and Mineral
states but (tm4n, N. J. Principal and Fonder Abrahcnmon I
and eastern permeating Waters. Wholesale Liquor Dealer.
s ./ :Hardy, vigorous, grown without shelter as It does every state end territory Biulnea*College. :SsUbUihed 1880. SANFORD, r FLORIDA J ..PBrroRA_.'W.B.BAB BTT(1't( *
smooth-leaved Cayenne, Abbaka density of population considered, : \ of the National BunK ot JacknonriUJU-Nalon.l-!::
Vloe-rrwidmt |
DCRKBB
ay and Jamaica Ripley plant for ,ale.' is as good an advertising medium as Jacksonville( ), and W. M. >80n.

E. C. B. TYNDALL, there is In the United States. .<. CoaJUil&POlfDJfl8.: :
); Waveland, Fla ,,' ., Seaboard Nattonal Bank of Kt TJTatlona '''.
I rr Red and _h -- .:JII :! )Bank ofJaoknoDTUIt.u : .

' F l i, Porto Rico Slips, --. .. ,::; ', "I .rUSVILLE, FL--.. :
Mr. E. P. Porcher, g manager of ..,." ",' ,.
l Grown under cover. 'Apply for prices the Indian River and Lake Worth Pineapple .;.'# ,H I ,
w. to the Delaney Porto Rloo Pineapple Growers'. Association, came N L "
y '.'i1" Plantation, Mlcco, Fla. from Cocoa, Tuesday,. for the purposeof up .. (, ,.,.f'w.,,, ;/' .. 'f u \. JtZJLC C>E=I."S?'" eft --jprg:

paying a visit to the orange grove of' :'? Florid
Mr. Andrew Frosoher, of LaGrange G. .F. PADDISON, Eau Gallie

t Pineapple Slips for Sale. who has been eradicating red rust anddieback BICYCLES Best line in the State. .
from his grove with a solution In order to reduce my stock for yearly Inventory October 1st, I am offorlD
i Red Spanish, Queen's 1 Porto Rico's which he sprays on his orange trees. Mr. ..
i ,; and Abakka's, from well-cultivated and Porcher Informed an ADVOCATE reporter ENTIRE: STOK:: ; Hardware Stoves Tinware etc t

il well-fertilised Address plants. Growers know that Mr. Preacher's oranRe.trees are '.......M.....'.........! ., ,
this ,
pays. looking well; and he says he is so satisfied LUTIIY 15000. ball- *
JOUN TAYLOB, that the formula used Is a good one, .. eAt reduced prices. MasonT Fruit Jam, pints, 60ct; quarts, 63ct; 1.
O. K. WOOD Agent Stuart, Fla. that he Is going to give It a trial Orange e tt.OO per dozen. One-third pint Jelly glasses, 35cts.dozen, 3 dozen for'Maas a
growers who have any sign of red FOWLER, $100, $73.00. ,, Eight-oz. Duck, best quality', llo. yard by the bolt;. 2-burner Blue for VJ
'S 1 Sr rust or die-back In their groves should> Stoves, 6.00; .burner Blue Flame 011 Stoves wUh oven, $13.00. Write '
r
Smooth Cayenne Pineapple communicate with Mr. Frosoher, who CLEVELAND,, $100, $85.00.". on Graniteware, Tinware, Wood Stoves, rope, boa goods, ete.
Suckers for Sale. tells us that one spraying of the trees ( : .
+ proves the value of his "olution.Marrlage. WESTFIELD' 73.00, $00:00u .
.
'. I have 2 ,OOO to 60,000 Smooth Cayenne ;. .I rti" A' 1. FOR SALE. H'omeGrownPiNEAPPLE _
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all '
pineapple 'suckers for sale; I' W' u Mm1ihll r U'"
e
E .' home grown, and strictly first! class. ;"
c + Cheaper than' any other reliable firm I ; B. F. MANIER SLIPS AND SUGKER RS
will sell. On Saturday, September list, at the ; -g: Jr., '
i r 8 Gxo. II. Wiuoirr, home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller of ,'... ; : s
Orlando Fla. Stuart, Dr. II. J. llaney was united In \vSL' Jacksonville' Florida. Of-the following Varieties :f
,
*" marriage to Miss C. S. Burnett, of / : .' S
Abbaia Porto Rico Queen,
Warren, O. The doctor Is wellknownall uar- With Freyer A Bradley Music Co. Egyptian Queen,' Golden Queen, Ripley
r .
along the river as a'progressive man, i ,
and
t"lf"l. Pernanibncf Red
Spanish.
Take a Trip,on Indian Illver. whose aim has been to build up every .,,I r-. ,,.. .,\ ". ,;' Cayenne, '
"
Industry and Interest that would develop ', "..." .I. Apply1 G. C., MATTHAMS.;..Florida PineappleCe Beat
The steamer St. Augustine, of the Indian the East Coast. lie has also prac-- ,. West pm
j _____ River and Bay. Biscayne Inland Navigation ticed qver a large territory where no one ,
Co. Steamboat Line, will leave else seemed on the field to give relief; .as I ,
Titusville every :Monday and Thursday but his chief Interest has been and is the
( at 6 p. ra. and returning, arrive at Titus- pineapple ind etry. :, United Net1 Co)
ville Thursday and Saturday, connecting Mrs. Haney was for several yean a States .Twine! &:

1 .with the Jacksonville, Tampa & Key teacher In normal schools and colleges; ,
West trains in both directions. for.the last few years she has-been em- /"

.1 W ployed as lecturer and' organizer for the 23 Fulton St.'New York, N. Y.
National Woman. Christian Temperance '
For-Sale. Union. She spent four months Hardware Headquarters for All Kinds of
Eighty acres of good land, located about last year lecturing In the state during Tinware Glassware
which time she traveled 2000 mile
four miles east of Tltusrtlle on the east over ,
shore of Indian River, comprising ten In the state and greatly built up the -- FISH NETS and all.
work. ,
a of fine hammock suitable for '
155I I t fi orange acres and vegetable growing, and fifty Dr. Haney and wife are at home to Woodeoiare stoves and Novelties Knives .
the doctor's
,
their friends plantation.
on ',
f' acre of rich muck land adapted to the ,
I
,
The best wishes of follow themto
cultivation of sugar csne or vegetables. many '
There are one hundred budded orange their new home.Sodawater Forks, Spoons, Etc,,,, .NET FIXING!
w tree on the place and three or four hundred -

? Aouse.banana For sale plants at tie; also low a figure small dwelling of $00X( Fountain Wanted. When In Jacksonville do not fall to give us a call, as we keep one of the big- .. S B&Ct1>"

(' This offer U only good for 00 days. Address Wanted'a small sodawater' fountain goat lines of the above goods to the city. ; fine All oar Cotton Gill Nets are made of the Celebrated sold"EAGLE elsewnere.LDTBJJ .
Long Staple Cotton Twine brand not
and attachments. State lowest price to # -oar own
1 t 1' KX.ONPIXK care ADVOCATE. C. O. BLYTH F. A. RENEKE, (Successor to J. r..Plbel') ) GILL NETS of the best thread obtainable. sew tcbed
Ir .; Fla. ,Se breee,Fla. 235 Everett '. '' Extra quality steam tarred Cotton Hanging Line Patent .
I Tltusvllle Blook,5 \ ACKSOlTViLLE!:
: FLA. for pried
"I. ,,.. tarred Manila! Rope. Oiled Clothing MM, eta, etc. Write
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