Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00086
 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: July 9, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00086
 Related Items
Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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Vol. :14.; No. 21.: TITUSVILLE: : FLA.., FRIDAY, JULY 9, :1897. Price, 5c. 1 4:

LOCAL NEWS -CoL Robt. Davidson has been elect- FOR ALL Kinds of Bicycles and Sun- -Mr. John Henry has been down the Attention, Ladles Five Engines QmlcredlTh \, <,
dries send to F. W. '
BKKJUH St. Augustine -
ed president of theRailroad Commission.Mr. .
Fla. river a couple of days this week, attend- -

And Topics of-General Interest. J. O. Walton has been spending ing to some private business. Julius Kiln. begs to announoe that he Florida East Coast Railway Co. ':{'

several days In Jacksonville and Savan -Mr. S. Clarence of Tallahassee has just received a new and pretty line have ordered floe 10-wheeI engines, to "
and General Gossip in connection James Vice-president J. R. Parrott and .
Society of ducks? suitable for skirts, In black, be ready by November 1st. The order I ,
with Biscayne: Bay Lake Worth Indian nah this week. arrived in town yesterday on a visit Traffic Manager J. P. Beckwlth, of the white, brown, gray and nearly every for these engines has been placed with s ,

Banana and Halifax Rivers, Key Wet I -In consequence of the large number to his parents. F, E.'C. Ry., passed through here In a color Imaginable. It will pal to see the Schenectady Locomotive Works, and .

BMt and all Coast other of Important Florida. Point Brief mention alone the of I of people that were In town to see the -Tbe steamer St. Sebastian Is expected private car last night,...en route south. flrst-cluta.materlnl.these (roods which are all strictly the specifications call for cylinders 14x34! I
I Inches American balance valves
Interesting Event from Various Fart celebration, Monday, It Is Impossible for to arrive at Tltusvllle, from Jacksonville -We think our townspeople should JULIUS KLIKR:, wheels, 03 Inches In diameter outside, driving of

of the World( About People :Son Know us to mention names.. to-day. '' return thanks to Mr. Wm. M. Brown for Tltusvllle Fla. tire,.equipped with Krnpp oruoible steel

and by:People Our Society Ton Editor Don't and Know a large-Pickednp staffof I ...Mr. Little, of the well-known fetlll- -Mrs II. B. Fromberger, of Cocoa, his kindness presenting the town with tires +Yk

Correspondent scattered along the zer house of Little Bros., Jacksonville, has been spending a couple of days or so palmetto-root fibre to lay on many of -Mr, Chas. N. WeUhans, one of our

East Coast. of Florida. returned home on Wednesday from a in town this week our streets that are not shelled It Is Jacksonville advertisers' has just sold Steamer St. Sebastian.

trip down the East Coast. -Mr. K. B. Raulerson, of the firm of certainly a !great Improvment andour, HK> barrel of Portland cement' to the -.,

jy If you receive a sample copy'of -Rev. J. T. Huntington and Miss Alderman & Raulerson, of Fort Pierce, Council la doing good by having It laid Knoxville Building & Contracting Co., The above stonmer which has been
the ADVOCATE, it Is an Intimation thatit undergoing considerable alterations and "
would give us pleasure to add your Huntington of Hartford, Conn., sailed returned home yesterday. down. of Mobile;: Alabama. 'It is to be used In repairs at Jacksonville,, left for Titusvllle -

name to our fast-increasing list of sub for England on Wednesday. They -It was a great gala day in Tltusville the; construction of the Y. M, C. A. on Tuesday receiving a great

scribers. It does not cost you three expect to return Inr September. on Monday, and It was estimated that n Brevard/Tax Sale. I building in that city. The ADVOCATE many salutes from the whistles of tugboats -
oents week (postage included) when and factories M she steamed down
taken by the year, and It can be sent to -Major H. J. Tiffin, of Courtenay, over one thousand! visitors were in town: On Monday last, July Btb, In front of certainly roaches those needing cement the St. Johns hirer Both steamers the ,'s",

you in any part of the United States or passed through here, Wednesday, en -Mrs. O. S. Porter and her son, Mr. thqoourthouse door; at Titusville, Tax: br Thing else. :''St. Augustine and St. Sebastian arrived *;:
Canada without extra expense. route to Montreal ''Canada. lIe will McF. at Jacksonville about the same time, but ;
prominent citizens of
Day Collector E. W. Hall sold the land that the repairs to the St. Augustine were''
ADVOCATE return about the end of October. Death of W. F. Mima.
THE probably tona, spent from Saturday: until Monday was advertised for delinquent taxes. attended to first.

$1.60 per annum, In advance.. -Senator ,E. N. DImlok, of Palm last in town. mJt I I

1.00 six months to countries.' ;Beach, came up to town on the steamer President Geo,,.F. Miles', of the Coast The Pineapple Business.The .. Yesterday, about 2 o'clock the spblfe Fishing OIL the East Coast. ,'I' ,
foreign ,
$2.00 per an.. St. Augustine, yesterday, 'and returnedthe Line Canal & Transportation Co., was a I of W. F. Mlms, of Mlms!, took Its flight, 4'
to the of relatives and friends
same afternoon. He us a pleasant caller sorrow The Tallahassee of the "
gave pleasant at the ADVOCATE office steamer St. Augustine Is said to correspondent ..
call while In town. yesterday.Mrs. have done a much better business than deceased, who was 26 years old on July Citizen says:; The fishermen In the East "'
A; p1 OI\ 4th, had been sick for about six weeks Coat country are highly elated with the 'f"
-Mr. Chas. H. Howard, city passenger J. N. Lummus, after sojourn was expected. On Sunday she broughtup wth( typhoid fever, but was thought to.be decision of Jadgo Minor S. Jones at TI- '.,
agent! of the Plant System of Railways, of several weeks' duration In town with over 1,000 orates of pineapples, and four five weeks tusvlllo, In the first case'' brought under
Improving ,
was in town Tuesday and Wednesday, her yesterday 1,01)3) orates. The patronage some or the new fish law. The law prohibits the !
Dr. and Mrs T. E. James
parents, at which time ho to,be
? ago, got up, catching of any fish between June Ill 'I' sand
J&&S on his way' to points south, an far as left for her home 'In of the St. Augustine since she commenced -
Wednesday obliged to take to his bod again a few August 15. with net or seine, or any :
Miami.It. Gainesville., running warrants the management la. days later with a relapse. Sluce then he mullet from November 15 to December i I IIII.
is surprising how many prostrations keeping her on the run all the summer, : :. An offender was arrested In lire- > >
-The Senate had been very slot and about fort-
at Washington on a
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ft and during the winter season the St. Si yard County charged with having via-
from heat In
are taking place
-in e.x IGIrL6r. Wednesday, confirmed the nominationOf night ago was broulht'to the Decker lated the law by catching mullet. Ile',vj ,
astlan t will also ply the waters of Indian
northern towns. To keep cool. people George W. Allen, of Florida, to be house, TJUtsvllle, so that he could have was arraigned before Judge Jones, who Vj, \
should down to the Indian River River. It Is more than probable that released the claiming that ha 't
come Collector of Customs for the District of constant medical attention. Recurring prisoner, ,
country. more steamers will be put on Indian River had violated no l law., as he viewed It. .
Key: West, Fla. lemorrlmgos of the bowels, however, \
In connection with the above line as
-Archdeacon i B. F. Brown will hold gradually) weakened him, and be quietly 1
I -A train took the
special pineapplesfrom the canal between Jupiter and Juno.wlllbe Death of fJ
L \Qu'uuurnnias 'oJ sd.fall4p4atsvus. divine Service at St. Gabriels Episcopal Tltusvllle to Jacksonville last Sunday passed away" Dr. B': R. Wlkoa was the Major wo. ;
for navigation the coming win-
t.A. Church next the llth In st. open. rI '
on the steamer St. physician. .k
Augustine having I ,
ter. M.tPowe
at 11 a. m, and 7:30 p. m. Holy ..Communion arrived here that with Deceased was well liked In the com. Major a prominent orange .
morning over a !grower and resident ()/ Rookledge, about
at the morning worship. thousand crates.; Yacht Kaces. munity of which he WAS A resident\ and OH years old, died of apopluxyou Sunday ; .
1 leaves a mother, two sisters and two, afternoon while out driving'with his :-
.m.6t .-Mrs. Curtiss, mother of Mr.: Carl C. -Mr. Gus. P. Anthony, one of West :--- .* J. brothers to mourn his Ions. wife lie suddenly leaned forward and .
Cttrtiss, who has been spending several ; Palm Beach's popular young businessmen Saturday afternoon the C ytie, A.T.ITeaater fell from' the conveyance, and expired iI
The remain of Mr. Mlms will be -
months town with her son and daugh was a 'passenger on yesterdays owner; Elnora, p. B. Prlohard, before assistance onrae. The widow left .'\
-Dr. J. M. Dixon, of this place, is now ter-in-law left here for ; In the LaOrnnxe cemetery) today: on Monday with the remains for their ,
on Wednesday train, en route to Washington and other owner; and Cracker Jack, II. T. Titus, '
(Friday! ) at 10 .a. m.Eau home; hi Ansonlu. Conn. Mr. Powo '
in Joy Ky.', Marietta, Ga., to spend the summer. places In Georgia to spend a few months. owner, started from Tltusvllle wharf on ..._.____ was a brother of Louis Powe, who died i '

Hon. R. A. Hardee, of Sebastian, gave -Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Singleton and -The City and Railroad wharves never a nine mile race In what was practically suddenly!' hero two years ago, and was an I
us a pleasant call on Tuesday.Mr. a dead calm as the breeze completely Gallie. uncle of Miss Louise Powe, well knownIn 1
little daughter left for Hortl on Wednes looked so gay as they did on Monday. the Rookledge section. ,," ;

Gad Byran returned to Miami, day. Mr. Singleton came up to Tltus Hundreds of people were present to meet dletl ,within a few minute The course ',

from New Smyrna, on Tuesday. vllle owing to a severe attack of fever, I the St, Augustine, amidst the playlfag of was three times around the stakes set In Mrs Geo. Houston is the mother of a

Messrs.. Wm. M. Brown and E. L. from which he has nearly recovered. bands and waving of hats and handker the river, but before the first round was fine girl baby. host Accident., \.;
4 : completed It was evident that the Clytie -
,Brady left for Miami on Wednesday. chiefs. 1L Miss ,Effle Mapes spent July 4th at
-Civil Engineer G.< Trevor Spencer, could out-drift her competitors,and)they Last, Friday afternoon, while Henry T. 4
-Mrs.: W. H. Mclntyrehas left Daytona returned -Ir. and Mrs. A. T. Feaster and fam- Georgians, visiting relatives. Crackerjack .. 1
of the Canal Company, to St. abandoned the race, leaving the Clytle to Titus was sailing his boat, the
for Asheville, N. C., to spend the Augustine, Wednesday, from Lake ily, Mrs. Feaster's* sister, Mrs. L. C. finish the course alone. As no time limit The Terrapin tobacco man was In with D. B. Prltohard. and Will
Cagey of Seville, and Mr. Andrew i Cleveland on board, a sudden squall t
:Summ '
r. Worth where he has been looking after town Wednesday, distributing samples
set the judges E. B. Wager and
Feaster will leave on Monday next for I was cap lzed the boat,and Its occupants were l
-Mr. G. W. Hays, of Ban Gallle, was the dredging know being' done between Melbourne Beach to about ,. Capt. Brltton awarded the race to Capt. Joel Scott brought a boat load of fine thrown Into the water. They I I had tied r
ten '
among the pleasant callers at this officeon Jupiter and Juno.rPresldent .' spend Feaster's boat.ANOTIIE1t. watermelons over from Troplo Thursday down the sheet and were attending to ,.
day. .1 matters In the bottom of this"boat, and :,'
Monday. Geo. F. Miles of the Canal Eau Gallie takes this early 'oppoiiunlty *
were not looking out for squalls when
-Mayor James R. Waddell, of Key .
, -Mrs. W. A. Woodward' and Miss Company; and Senator Gaillard, of St. has been removed from'office 8UGGEBTION FOR to let forth her claims for a "grand the upset occurred. Fortunately no t '

R'uth Woodward left for Tavares. on Augustine, have been' on a trip south West by A FENCE. rally next May Day. harm was done beyond the parties mentioned '
the Board of Commissioners f .
; ;owing receiving wetting..! The Crackerjack
'Tuesday. this week,,..returning to Tltusville, yes Bethel Stewart, of Bovine, left last shape i
to his action In the late riot Mr. (}eo. was righted and put good
-County Surveyor' J, O. Fries has terday, on the fine steamer St. 'Angus- Hudson will act as mayor until the next HOHTI, FLA., July 0, 97. Saturday for Tltusvllle\ to remain .a few for her race with the Clytle and Elnora ,'I ,

removed his head quarters.from Sebastian tine. They started off on the north- election.Mr. Editor Advocate i days. the next day. ,I <

Tltusvllle. bound train same day. Dear Sir-Your valuable paper comes Robert Mathers returned Wednesday, ,, .
Robt. Morrow, who has been In s
. -Mrs. D. Light, of Lakeland, went .s-Capt. J. B. Garland, a prominent Middle Florida In the Interest of tobacco to our humble domicile regularly''once a From an extended visit to his former Brevonl.County School'Teach

home this morning after visiting friends yachtsman on the East Coast, passed culture, has been enjoying a few days' week, and I can assure you It Is highly home In middle Florida. e.... .;

at Fort Pierce. She arrived. In town through here, Wednesday, en ronte to rest at his home near Tltusvllle, this appreciated. It Is not strictly an agricultural Her. 8. F. Oove will" bold regular """"""" r

..yesterday.Tltusvllle. Cocoanut Grove. He has been spending paper, but now and then It monthly services at the Baptist church A
week. He says he has just the kind of As far.. we can learn from County; 11"t ,
never'before bad so many some months north but thought he land at his place for tobacco growing.The rives us country "clodhoppers" a good next Sunday, 10:80 a. m. and 7 p. m. Hupt J. II: Sams, the following teachers '

"visitors' In town on a Fourth of July. 1 would return to Bay Biscayne to enjoy Brevard County Commissioners Idea, one I noticed being the cabbage. Mrs. Sapp and family, and Mr. and have been appointed up to this date;

AU day long our office was besieged With. the delightful sailing and ocean breezes have- been busy this week, making out. palmetto} fence. Mrs. George Sapp removed to Tltusvllle Sweet Tltu.vlUo-MI'1i LaGrange S., Mrs.**. Brown C. L., Mrs.William A. W. '
I have to that fence first ;
-down-river friends, whom we were glad In that section of the state. and supervising the new tax assessments -; objections ; Wednesday, where they will make. their (conditionally)"; Hoc kludge, Idles Rowena
because it will drop its lower leaves '
to meet. -Mr. Geo. M. Robbins, who went northa for 1807. They expect to complete residence for .a time. Hentz; Cocoa, Miss Alice Browning Met-,
and boots, leaving a space to be closed bourne Miss Sue: Hopkins;Ft. Pierce,Mr. ,
-Mrs. A. J. Mitchell and two daugh- week or two ago, to attend to law business their work today, and the proceedings with something else, or the palmettoes Contractor Harris brought his family. J. W. lodge;; Indlnnola, Mr. Oeo. W,,

ters of Jacksonville,passed through here, for Mr. M. S. Dwyer, owner of Hotel will be published In our .wt: Issue. must be planted close that ,they will from Melbourne last Tuesday, on the Schnyler; ; Uourtenay, Miss Frances Sin

Tuesday, on their way to Jupiter to Indian River, Rockledge, returned home .Owing to the.,.large! amount of space Injure each other. Second, when they steamer Spartan, having rented the Car. clair;btla.lilsnche Grant Miss Ida M. Dodson; Mala Mr..
spend a few days. Mrs. Mitchell will on Tuesday. He bad been to New York taken up by a report of the Fourth of drop their leaves and boots they make a penter place on Eau Gallle rl/er. bar B. :.]... tlardasty Reams Carter, Miss; Kitty ,Mar ,

find quite a difference between the temperature and as far as the Thousand Islands, in July celebration, our editorials and some grand place for vermin, and a good place Several of our colored citizens whogot tin summer school.

at Jupiter, where they have Canada, where be found It rather too communications were crowded out of for fire to start and burn the whole fence. "; dec power" at the recent Baptist revival This list of appointments Is not fully

.cooler weather than In the metropolis: cool, the temperature being down to 00 this. Issue. The communication upon I have another hobby I think Is better, were Immersed In the cleansing complete In;our and next we: Issue.expect: to add more .

-Dr. F. II. Hooghton-said to be one degrees. Mr. Bobbins also went to uTheOB phlcal Ideas" will be published_ which Is as follows ; Treat the groundthe waters of Indian River last Sunday morn.' names The appointment of( teacher for the ,

of the most popular dentists on the Sheepshead Bay, where he saw Mr. In next Issue. same as for palmettoes, then purchase lug, according! to the tenets of the faith.G. primary department at Tltusvlllo I* not

East Coast-came down from Daytona Dvryer'a; fine race horse, Ben Brush, the -On our 8th page will be found' the several pound of dates at the F. Paddlson, J. B. Mills, Jno. McAllister yet decldetf,upon. .
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Suburban well other _. ,_. ..
winner of the :: as as - -
on Saturday last, to be present and en- new ad. of Sabel Bros., wholesale and retail store; eat the dates and plant the stones G. G. Gleason, W. II. U. Olea- i

joy the Fourth of July celebration In TI- race"horses. dealers vehicles, harness and bicycle. about five feet apart. Tend them the eon, G. W. Hays, J. II. D. Smith, Person A Fine ,Hotel for Sale.

tusvllle. The Doctor brought his wheel -Tbo large watermelon, which had .. Any of our readers throughout same as palmettoes, and In three years Paddlson and several others' attended '

along, but failed to. take first prize In the been frozen In a block of ice for about a Florida needing anything In -the above I there will be a fence that will turn stock. the 4th of July celebration at Tltasvllle, Owner wishing to retire, 'will sell to*

fat man's race. week, and which was to have been the line would do well to correspond with The date palms will make a good windbreak and were very, well pleased with the oldest family and hotel best In Ashevllle known ,transient N. C. Small. aDd rt

first prize In the married men's race on this firm. and the Innumerable amount of day's sport.Ourphamplon. cash Central location and '
and-Mrs. F. T. Budge, the Misses Stella Monday had It taken ,4>lace, was raffled Adym'ar Brady left here, Wed- green suckers they throw out from their alligator hunter G. B. ..aluablelroDtase. Apply to ,d

and Miss Dorothy Budge and F. T. Budge Jr. off Wednesday evening, Willis Goldsmith nesday, for Jacksonville for a few days, roots makes It almost Impassable for Snell, shot good size 'gator oft the city LOCK Box 006Ashevlhle'N. 4 1
Kate C.
Prlehard left Wednesday
on -
last for being the lucky winner. All who wished en route to Atlanta, where he will prob- man or animal: even the razorback dock last Monday. The saurian measured y

"will Urbana, 'Ohio where they had a piece of the melon, which was cut ably remain some time. -He expects to you take the precaution to tie a knot In 11 feet 3 Inches, the head being 2 feet
spend the
summer. They expect to A Feaster's store, and as a his taiL In six or eight years' time, one
be' till np In Doren travel quite extenslyely through the long and 10 Inches across. Another 'ga Insure Against Fire.
October November. Mr.
away or very small portion of the.frozen fruit United States In the Interest of his bookon can (git to his fence and gather baskets of tor was seen In the same vicinity Wednesday -

Budge will be added to the list of summer sufficed quite a number were enabled to National Money, a work' which has luscious fruit, which la not so with the and 1 It Is hoped he will meet the Ton need Insurance and Tori' need lb.beet. .

bachelors at Miami. partake of Ib Part of the proceeds, created considerable stir among the palmetto. same fate. his brotherJgator. In the This can be obtained by applying' a
meantime river will be
bathing post
which amounted to ffJy will\ be devoted labor organizations in the north. We HOBTI. to .
TVATCH REPAIRING done by Anthony poned. G. CABT-KtWIH,
Bros., West Palm Beach, Fla. toward the construction of a bicycle wish Mr. Brady every success In his new Independence Day was not greatly Tltnsvllle, Fla., .

track for the Tltnsvllle. wheelmen. sphere of labor. t Notice to Taxpayer observed here, there being very few people Agent for the Liverpool. Ss LonduBA
In town.-A few flags were displayed Globe Insurance Co.
To Persons '
GoingNorth.: .
The time for payment of town*taxes and a few 'fire-works set off In .
for Sale. For Sale at a Bare Bargain.
Two Mallory Line first-clae, roundtrip Grapefruit Buds of the town of TltnswlUe has been extended the evening, was all that reminded ns of 4
ticket*, Brunswick to New York Corner lot la THusvine, 1OCS: U'ft.., to Aug. 1, 1897, at the expiration oar glorious national The poetofflce Bones Wanted. i'Save
Dorsal*. Five hanched grapefruit bads, one with building( suitable for store or office of which period there will be no farther was closed part of the day aad the mployesof "
& E X. old. 120 per 100. Also budded or- for particulars address, X. Y. Z., extension. By order.of the Town Council. Paddlson's lumber yard took your bones and send them to the
Care ADVOCATE: treea. R. A. H4BDaJe. care of ADvOCATe, advantage of the holiday, otherwise Jacksonville Fertiliser Co., South Jack
TitusvlUe, Fla., aace Sebastian. F4.I Tlcuavw..tin.M $ G. C4Br.E. .we., Clerk. things went on about as usual.I sonvlUe, Fla. Will, pay."cash for them. Ht!'

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Lt \> CNDIANflRIYElt: ADVOCATB. T ULY S. .1897. _

r a p" Z MoreCuratlve.power I Lumber f and Mauii acturing Cot-

be a formidable rival of the other popular 3rame'andNature.Ia : : Michigan

resorts of the."Eaat. Coast. English gardens one may often see Is contained In Hood'. ,

4I 1 Sales i, PR00FKIMOS>> BICSIDBIITS.i a few tows of maize or;Indian corn with Sarsaparilla than In any other similar M ANUFAOTiniKRS.OF-i
{I I Its. nodding plumes add green streamln preparation. It costs the proprietyand
I 1 ; i The residents at this portion of Her- pennon It Is grown -as pampas granIs a manufacturer more. It costa the. Pine Lumber Mill Stuff Sidings Flooring
y rite Island are evidently prospering. T. 1 ,for ornament ;Fox in'that climate tbe Jobber more toad Is worth more to the Cypress ,
With Hood t I IL Sanders has .n orange grove near corn never: reaches ,the milk stage and< consumer. More skill is required In Ita -
'' tflla"Soles SaraapaT a I. { Courtenay thai Is expected to yield 1.000 cannot.be cultivated even for the table preparation and it combines more remedial Ceilings and Mouldings, Packing Boxes and Crates. Turning and Scroll, Work.

bow that boxes. K. S8.Grant has a model dall'1 ro..t.tog-earl.. It seems..trange to cro qualities than any other medicine
wlthrflne bred milch record of more< Q"od material at low prices. Take Main street oar line to mill and
i i cine has enjoyed public confidence.patronage alt' faun stocked cows. the ocean and see miles on miles of tbl Consequently has a work;and
extentthansacoad supplying the-community on, both side. same grain, the tossing '|>lutnes highs cures and its sales are more than thou
,''a to a greater Bar .,
,1J Thh of the river. than a nan's head the yeuow ear large of any other preparation. Hood's office
may other proprietary medicine. The people of;Isultanola have for their than man's wrist It Is'just questfoi saparllla the best medicine to buy be J Jacksonville Fla.
;..tr. eimpty.because it possesses grew tel social diversion a large, airy clnbhoi of climate. In .ArabiaFellx\' there are cause It Is an honest medicine and thousands Telephone (old line) 485.

j f t 9. etit and produces creator curee.thaDt' The main room has a delightfully smooth certain narrow zones which yield the of testimonials prove that it does

i ny other. It is not what we say: 1 but floor for dancing,,With a gallery tor tbe choicest dates .In Turkey one little actually and permanently cure disease.

"' .. what Hood's Barsaparilla: does that teU. musicians. There in a refreshment.ro strip of.80il gives the choice tobacco the ,
,W tie story. AU advertisements of Hooaursaparilla '. and kitchen attached and the interior of finite Its way into the pipe of Sultan and{ Is still giving away.

,$ iR like Hood's SorsspmrlUa It- the building is tastefully decorated with of Shalt. The little struggling shrub of -The tobacco ADVOCATE seed of the finest grade. HARRY MASON &: CO.
l f nett,are honest. We have never deceived Spanish moss palms, ferns and bUZltlng. north rn.climates a mjghty tree In the< Call free and with instructions for: '. ,
i r4 .....publ1oand this with its superlat The house in maiatalned on the club tropics. And so through' the whole rang) get some
i1 cultivation.
l. Medicinal merit, is why the people have system, each member contributing a of products and the world' wide area. Its r fib'

{ Ik {' abiding confidence in it, and/buy' small-cmm annually. the soil and Climate: and mot the name Jobbers In Fine Imported'I
The winter bone-of Dr O. E. IIU1, of of planter shrub detemlne'lts real value A .Pleasure Trip. ASONCG.. '

Scranton Pa., at Indlanola, la very.tracttve. at- There tCfe( ,'In round terms a dozen variettes ,.
{I 71 The house la close to the rivor, of all W Bay Strect,
()f sarsaparllla plant.'But has Just returned -
Hood'sSarsaparilla almost hidden in a grove of live-oak anti these only one has any 'great medicine The writer of this article JACKBONVLLLE. Liquors and Cigars, High

palmetto trees. His orange grove; prom- value-the .variety found only In lion from a trip north going and com

lees .at good yield rand the grOlands duras C..L It Is this variety used exclusively ing by the Clyde Line from Jacksonville,, y

throughout are in tidy.condition. in Ayer's Sarsapl"Uia, whicl These elegant passenger ships are certainly ?( Grade Whiskies Etc
8. O.vFleld also baa a pleasant ,
value above
gives It eo great a and .
r' have seen,
all the 'ell- the finest we ever
atlon for hit home-In fact the eleven other varieties
',: : Almost to the exoliwlon of all others. TriM It siestas .nd their surtoundlngs; on *tbe of sarsaparilla, which are.Sarsaparilla In we have seen a great many. The staterooms '-I=: -- '" .

I 'k Frepared only by O.L Hood&Co.,Lowell Mi S8'1 river front on this part.of the Island i ar8 name only.and nature-judged by medicInal are large and airy and the bill ,of Whiskies Imported and Domestic;t Southern Belle Rock and Rye...,......;....t rom |l jso per jmlBrandle8Dome.tln
..... .
well and look refreshingly InYltlllg. blackberry, and peach and honey. from 1.no/ per ml
cft! ;, are the only |'dIU to take! kept who has home. value. Sand for curebook. It tell fare set before their patrons enough to 'rOUl.apple eto peach............1...,................... .....;.....1..........from,ljio ner> Sal
Hood's plus I: wltU Hood's Sullallar.Jla.. especially so to one no of cures by Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Free, of one. The Ulna-Holland.. Old .... ...... ............ ....'........ .......................i.from*1.80/ per Sal
1 At Merritts everything looks peaceful J. C. AyerOo. Lowell, .... attempt the appetite any Rnm Wlnee-Port Slinrry,v Catawba' Muscatel, Claret etc.110mFinest ., from... .................. ..... 1.00 '.rgni
and serene. The good people are, taklug employes are polite and attentive, and Brands............,..............................',". .......:.I'".from $'.!.M per rae
r .. .. < ...... ... ........ ...................from 91.30 .
-- tho world easy and appear to be having do all In their power to make, the 'trl; Bottled Beer...-............................ per doe.rrr
TTa'1'if' l see and no discomfort either from the summer. -At present the ADVOCATE: is the would advise all who All other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices.
temperature or mosquitoes. largest all-home-print weekly.ne"8paperprinted enjoyable. We Jugs and demijohns will be packed In boxes when so requested without extra -

The ArrvocATB is the ,favorite papel'on ] at any town along the'East Coast Intend going North this Summer, wheth cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company will

? Accepted Masons' the Island, but It appears as thou/th/ of Florida between Jacksonville and er for health pleasure, or profit to go not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble..
Its readers are unusually la excess of Ita I West. Line. Send for Price List or call upon MASON & CO.,
subscribers While this t. coropllme Key by.the popular Clyde 301, 307, 300, 311, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACT NVILLE, FLA.

'I r to the It hi not very proflta'
1 All the People demonstrated by
Indian ,Titravl to the propl'l.etor.At Look for the facts
River .1i/ { Elks..I Ooodyear's, Mr.; Aaron Clevela Should keep .themselves: healthy and experience. Thousands and thousands
.I Lodge,. 160.I and his son Alfred of THusvllle, t 8re especial care Should be given to this of people suffering from the effects Hood's line in the State. .
been cured by
I blood have
pleasantly .sojourning with the form matter at this time. Health depends on Impure BICYCLES.Best

I' Itolcls lt.meeting*the nooond end fourth trrl. brother, Mr. 'Charles Cleveland. Tatter rich blood, for when the .blood Is Sarsaparilla.' -
f 4."y of eiu'.h. month. at the Court house.,Tat I ban charge of the Goodyear i(of Cure. and Impoverished diseases of varIous -I' -
n I '. villa, at Tiao p. U). New York) plantation and Is largely. i en- kinds are almost certain to result. Hood's Pills act easily and promptlyon

A. T. Feaster WorsUlpful Master\ nged; In cattle ,raising. The grazing The one true blood purifier is Hood's the liver, and bowels. Cure .sick
1 .. leo. W. Hcobte; Sender Warden.;, ranges on Merrill's Island are,of "'tbe Sarsaparilla. By Its power to purify andvltUlze headache. HJTEtY, 15000.

3 fti n R. F. Hall Junior Warden. best In the state, and the cattle-raising the blood It has proved itself'to k
Treasurer. remuneratl'Dn of health and the record FOWLER. $100 7500.
c ,, 'It. R,\WI1son ndustry Is becoming quite be the safeguard [Remember the ADVOCATE, Titus-
V J. Mendel Secretary., the fertile sell of the Goodyear place of remarkable cures effected proves tills does all kinds of,job printing. Givers V'
M. 8. Hams, Senior Deiieon.! tine fruit is -being grown Qrang< that it has wonderful power over.dieenee. ,share of work.] CLEVELAND $100, $85.00.?
1. A. Ilappersotte Junior Deacon.A. rapes[ guava persimmonn, plneappli{ It[ actually and permanently cures when a your
A.Stewart,' T. U. Sanders,Stewart, .: ind{ figs are the leiAHog varieties. Vege- M other preparations\ fail todo any WES'X'FI.ELD. $75.00, $60.00.
.* t ,, U. A. Uelger Chaplain. .ablus. are also grewp In abundance. food whatever.' / FAITHFUL MEN OR 4P

;i A. Froschor Tyler. At this place the ADVOCATE eorres- I WANTED to travel for responsible
H- .,ondent was the guest of Mr. Ilersey iRtabllshed bouse In Florida. Salary
In love a
Is reaDy MANIER Jr.Jacksonville-
A B. F.
girl never .
i .
Jexter: ; who also acted:. as sailing-mast 'S780 and expenses. Position perman ,
)10". INDIAN :K1VKK./ WI' our river trips. In this same eapa- nan till she bate. all the women that I ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed
v' ON ley Mr. Dexter:: acted In charge; of tbe Ike him and all the men that dislike. stamped envelope. The National Star Fla.

; .. ,p -.:- //tood; sloop Agree, OH a-jolly two montl ilm. .r Insurance Bldg., Chicago.
: Ostrlc ririse with a congenial quartette of hap. With Freyer& Bradley Music Co.
,1' ; A Summer, Visit to tIle .
'>y voyagers, some ;years'! ago before ttalmond. ,
t y' Farm and Other Points. I' -What do you need In the way ofinvelopes ILEX WEAK.' EBNEST TAYLOR.
J, a'trlp As I said In the beginning of my let- note and letter heads bill

t) Was the pleasure and, delight waters of tel': M I It were more generally knov leads{ statements tags cards, etc ? NEAR & 'TAYLOR : SSJ.7O": &; co.
and rornantlo OS::
on the placid rhat pleasure is to be derived from asummel' Ve shall be glad to have a share of your ,
this. famous river more generally know River either 1 by =: DEALERS IN ,
Indian -
I1' y. to the citizens of the Interior of the.tatc- hartened trip sailboat on or the luxurious, and fork. (Successors to John McAllister.)

{ 1 who cannot Indulge In summer ottitlnj; s now :FW.n.e "VV'.n.es'an.d.. X.1ciuors,
ommodlops steamer St. A.ugnstlne Contractors .
of the north-It .would Premature baldness may be prevented Artesian Well -
to the resort would
Tltusvillo I i ,
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runnt.ng from many heads al- 417 & 419 W. Buy St.,
taken advantaf made to on
i be fully aDd the hair grow
certainly more J .
of \
ulge In It In lieu expeiulve: tripsorthern \1\K '
t 'of at this season., resorts. VAt eady bald by the use of Hall's Vegetable EAU GALLIE FLA. : \ ff;}> JACKSONVILLE ". FLA.
and genuine"lascomfort" Sicilian Hair Benewer. _
Cocoa-r-wlth its clean streets tidy .
I,' ,\ a voyage on the river is par ex-: f RICH WINES create good, rich heal
ousos and urbane people-ottsnranci thy blood. Don't make the mistake of
q collenoe 'ere given that the town would turnout F. M. Buns, TreasureFLORIDA S buying dour poor wine because it I 18
ti's rr It Was your correspondent's privllofto. en masse" to the THuavllle Fourth <01 E. WmcHEsniACH, Manager. LI' cbeap. It is not. It has a nasty disagreeable ..
In this Invasloit a few days* effect the system while*
y Indulge July celebration. Merrill's Island will C=. ......III D ....:....." good wine u upon not expenHlve, and
'TUJII OaTRWH FAdM.P al.o send a large number. The mayor > : MACHINE WORKSIRON "- --- give you that pulled-together, sclf-
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.. of Cocoa-Dr. W. L. Ilughlett : ? aatla8edfeelingd
the estate Of Col. U. J.Tlffli Brevai tV: We make a Specialty; North Carolina
', A visit to lessrs.. Taylor Holmes, of the .. Mountain Dew Corn Whiskey, three
Jourlonay-l'2( < miles south of TItuivlllo ountyState Bank have the thanks i of year old S2.AO/ per gallon.
*was attended with much pleasun your correspondent for courtesies show and :BRASS CASTINGS.General Parties living; in Dry Town will doc
well to order from on, a* we can gave
of the genial oolone ; .
( i Under the guidance while In their beautiful town. all order.
them 60 cent.on
'I I + an inspection of his domain was mad Titusvlllo, Fla., J. G. B. Repairing Prompt. & Accurately. Done; 1111. t f .Always per send money with order
a highly Interest!ng. The thirteen ostrlol; June 80,11:107.JCrowdod : 1 lf "Via will not open new account unless
the farm are in healthy cot suitable Jacksonville reference 1* given.;
es now on Shafting Pulleys flanges
's k"" 4 ditton. The female birds have..con [ out of lost issue.] Iron Building Columns. fStejf fet w. '. ( No Goods sent C. O. D. to Dry Towns.
1 and Stock. vftf .aP, M\t. Agent for India Ind
mammoth and BoOSIn polls
,, ,q + ,monood to lay their eggs %HBI PTEJr9 \. Brewers and Bottler,
of hatching the 'young ,,,111 It's often the girl with the most birda Sash Weights I and Orate tjitlCiEiMsfc "
case Itasell Wild Cherry Brandy, $4.80 per case.
soon Mandrels 01 "h11 Sizes Hercules Malt Tonic 12.211 per : Clayton
OOItI!). The incubator will not bused her hat who makes the, moat fus.about Saw
this season; It is contended, that I It 3C I B
putting the poor little worm 00the Bars a Specialty. r J|:: Furnished:
hatching Is permitted In the natural wa dafter .
y ,..: a bird lays from 1-1' to 15 eggs; the { cruel hook
'' young birds will be more vl orous'". In After a womon has been married a 1VG4-.aI3.. lvrTT-'r-et-: A Fertilizer for Fruit.. cam"

using the1 to incubator lay eggs/ to the the'birds end are of their}Permitted yelu'she begins, to try plans that ahe Telephone 102. Office and Shops at End of Viaduct l in Riverside

L natural limit; often resulting In ns many gota out of papers to make home happy JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.: '"

r as 60 eggs/ to the bird but these egg/ for her husband., V v .... ... .. : "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer,

produce on the wholo, fear thtlfty chicks. 300 -
1 The date palms of Egypt produce ,. .
i'' I N! Considerable revonue has already bee JOHN 1I1ARX.WI.A.R :Jr.oe sa5.0o' :Per Ton.
000 tons of fruit annually. OEORO MARX. .
derived from the -sale of plumage an<"
and every reason to believe Probably Jonah had been trying tofix BROS. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS :.
the tides will : to 10 Per Cent.
result of season's hatching It with hisbonslence by singing hymn MOlsture..8
1 to the nucleus-of a thoroughly success Wholesale Dealers In Ammonia ... .. .4} to 6" "_
OD board the ship. --'
till Issue "
Phosphoric .; .5 to 6"

., SUGAR CANE. Groceries: : Fruit: : ar.1.d.: Produce: : Potash (Actual).-.. .t.r.p to 8" "

Forty acres of sugar cane In the fines In the Yosemite Valley i_ 181 Mid 133 East Bay Street and 83 and illS N wti.n Street, Made exclusively from Bright Cotton Seed Meal, Nitrate of Soda Blood Bone

'i' condition, is another interesting featur I while ago, a younr felloe i Je ohz.fsfoszvili: F1orl.cS.a.: laaolved Phosphate Fine Ground Tobacco Stems and Sulphate of Potash.
of the place. It Is estimated there will'' went out on the edge of i a U- Write for directions for using and further particulars; also ask for
bo "yield of ono hundred dollars' worth shelving\ precipice two thou of "Economical Fertilizing for Fruit." We carry a large stock of all Fertill
and fe t nif h, and balance! FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY oopy
OLDEST before -
This will ONE OF THE Tobacco Potash etc. Write for prices
;v of syrup to tho acre. acreage himself on his head. A lit- z r Material, Cotton Seed Meal Dust .
be Increased to one hundred next year. i tie slip\ or little puff of wino buying. We seek the growers; trade direct. '
would have sent him to know what have In the way of Fruit and Vege '
eternity. Not one man in ,i. tables. Returns prompt and sure. We supply the best Seed Potatoes and Cow _

The Orange trees will yield; some three million fool.would But be nine that men kind lu Peas. Write us for our wholesale price list of groceries. The Fertilizer House of Florida
T .. .hundred are boxes also grown of fruit.here Luscious with success pineapples -, ten foolish a are chances.all the time takini MARX BROTHERS. ,, JACKSONVILLE: FLA. Jacksonville, Fla.

'while there Is large acreage of thrift; There U no deadly peril ---.

.corn and a variety. of vegetables. about a little'fit of indices -----r--
tion or biliousness, and ye.
1 'THE BACHELOR KK81DKNCB 1 if a man allow these troubles -
Grocery. '
Occupied by the Colonel Is a cool, refreshing : !I. taking to ret a bold serious on him risks he. Magnolia ... THE PAINT STORE.

ventilated building, known aa Dyspepnia alone seldon ,H. A. HENRY Proprietor _. .
the interior of .
", "Roaelawn Bungalow; kills anybody ; thai .
))2 which Is adorned with rare ourlos. -am is it only kills\ you Wholesale and Retail Dealer In "
of the chase. by inches, and taker
Within'a few hundred yards-faolnf a \Rood( many yean STAPLE' AND FANCY GROCERIES.*** _
it. But it'weakens
the ver-I. the hptel.building now ID doing and under '
course of of sleeping completion.apartments It consists, each roon entirely t I tion mints.o the that conntitn it is all Write or call for our Cash Price List which will please ;you X711 F perS.,.

1 on both floors having a door .opening Ota 1 I ready to receive and. 103: Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE FLA.
wide shaded piazza.: These rooms fertilise the danger
with light Japanese out diseases which Telephone No. ;;5.wu .
will be equipped
furniture which was manufactured 01 .do kill you outri8'ht.Dlaeaae'lrerma. _.. i ii i i i Outside; Cold 'Water; Paint;"
-1 -
the premises by a native of Japan especially -
rr engaged for the purpose. Then won't healthy blood arrow a.j B. DAWSON I. E. BAIRD & CO.
will be a separate spacious building for a more than corn will ,

'octal hall, and another on the pavilion grow on a rock. A FLA..
Pl order for the dining department. There may maa who keeps hii Wholesale and Retail iW: fT9mm :l West Bay" LaiJra Sts., .- JACKSONVILLE,
bath bouMe polo digestion perfect and .
will alllo be a large ,
+ grounds, tennis courts and' a shooting ,i 1l1!.AIk. his eat blood and drink pure may and Paints; Oils, Glass, Varnishes, and Boom Mouldings.

range ; ,I breathe dlscas --
J A second long roomy dock or pier, lebeing germs, but they gain & LIQUOR MERCHANT;
built extending from the end of no foothold. They SAW AND PLANING MILLS.FnlMka JACKSONVILLE YARD
the avenue leading from tho hotel out t are cut out of the :r... E. Ray St., Foot of C thertaWILSON -
the channel. On the yatem. But a man .
l ; Into the river to .
outer end of thin pier will be .a large: with a dyspepsia. -
weakened constituin Jacksonville Fla. CYPRESS COMPANY
entertainment and dancing pavilion. The breatnes In typhoid or diphtherctiertns 119 West Bay St., ,, ,

# avenue from tho river to the hotel and down he \got. .
grounds passes through a beautifully- The Mat healtb-inanrancc a maD can: have Fine Old Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines, Havana, "Manufacturers of -
wooded hammock, which extends along la Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Dicovery.
river front the whole length of the It acts directly on the stomach and liver. '
the and Lath. *
state, forming a natural windbreak.The It gives healthy the badod blood.-making It\clariSca orran the power bloodfrom tomake Mexican and Florida Cigars. Cypress Lumber, Shingles,
'of prairie and hammock
broad atreteb It
all impurities, and builds op the
'; to the east, toward the sea, will be healthy> flesh muscular power and ..en.ene'WYlwtaiCh FINE: : F. ...NcGROCERIES.. A large stock ot Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling:siding, mouldings shingles,
converted Into a deer park, several fine fortifies! you against disc.... hand shipnJents. CyprtMluldings ;
) Goods.q" lath and pickets always on thus assuring prompt;
native specimens having already been success in the treatment ofchro.lo 7HISKETS from 2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound '
secured. Although part of the embellishments dlteaM has given Dr. Fierce'a List application.. Your Jug Trade Solicited. of all pattern a specialty. .
....., of this unique and attractive' .".rdiciaes a worid" wide reputation. His Price upon account must give flrstvclas city refereDce.II ..' When at; home write us for prices; when up oar way, come and see us.to .
place are still In embryo It promises to neasant hU.,, cure cenatipatioa. ,If you wish to.open an you
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Professional Oar.ds. TUB.. GRACE DA1CUEL.LHYPNOTISM. II !

Correct I>rm*.. MrCIKTIKS.: KTC.INIXSAN HortrevIn ::1

> *. BO"13"WAMTMI B. GIUHA.M. Purists in dress! insist tftsfr a man -

G BOBO A: GRAHAM should always in the' same style of RIVER (WARDS.ry Circuit Court of the 7Mi. Jhnfl tal I

ROBBINS JKXSKN, FLA., June 20, 1807. Press as the woman accompanying him. fueaday Drill. at the .. ; over nounty J jail, wen' cult of'Floria.i, Itruvanl County j
For example if the has tailor evening In the tnooth.xto'ulwk. 1817.)
ATTORNEYS-AT-IAW, Editor Advncatf A.T.Fsasras,Captain.
i made gown he should be in tweeds or Lana Walker Sweet )
nouns:-From to 12 a. im. VS. J BUI. for lILy_. )
The afternoon dress. If she is in
orriCB p10 country seems to be loaded to the evening INDKTKXDKNT Charles l>. 8wCOt.IT )
and 2 to 4 ORDER: OOOD
I waters edge with sensationalism. Each drew, he should be also And that applies !, TKMFLAnS. appearing. by the sworn Mil of ei>_ : :'I
Trrusvii.LB Brevard Co., Florida. to the theater or a. publIc restaurant Ttttwvllle Ixxlge No. 17 meets vrrv TnemUy In the above cause that nmltlonne- ut
new development adds a to evening 7:30 In Presbyterian ehiimh. IMIilTu iluftmdnnt last ,
an known
O. BOX, 108. trag. wa I In New
f in the evening. If a woman ha* a meeting tint In .
Tuesday each niuntli.O.
leans, La., but I that his whnrenlkotit
In all the courts tate and fad ical at \ ,
Will" practice nonsense; but the latest on the tailor made gown aDd. is dining in it in A. GARDNER, O. W. 8COH1K:, are unknown to complainant,and time tr. :
special faoilitlea lor examining and perfect- docket of idle speculation is,theGrace the Seo'I. c.T. no person lr the State of Klnrhla mtrvUrei.
evening, the man should net be in subpoena upon whom would. bind laid ., ,
dog land tltl.. Darrell,hypnotism, when all the,foots In evening dress, but should be in afternoon ant and that the defendant I.... over the. **
the ease the dress. In ill yeara. "I. therefore ordered that the
this connection writer
prove opposite. Hypnotism CHURCHES. fendant the Mid Charles I>. Sweet,do ,
G CART-ELWES produces an absolute negative mental in Vogue say: the Clerk's nenoe on or;before the

a condition and leaves no po'wer of At a wedding where the bride is In a EPISCOPAL CHURCH. SKCONit! : DAY) OF AUSOT8T, lest I t
NOTARY PUBLIC, origin- the same Rule. .. ... ,
traveling dress is sometimes the being ,
TATE AT LARGE. ality of Ideas and the party within them- as case Barvloc. the and and 4th Sunday' In each demur to the bill off uoluplent filet ....
selves Is when she leave the church to proceed month,at II... m.and T:KM p. m. Sunday school And I* la further ordered, that this notice
Typewriting, taxes paid for nonresidents confined to simple facts, and Is directly: to a train without an intervening every f Sunday atao a. m. Evening prayer at published In the Innuif Rivaa AD""" .... ;,
rents and accounts collected only subject to the, will of the hypnotleer I p. D. on "edDUda". Litany .." > every. newspaper pnt>llsheil In Tltttevllle, ......
reception the would 1't1da7 at 10..
groom wear a m: county, Florida once a week for eight: ;
.to., etc. Correspondence.. solicited. to give suggestive answers to the questions dark traveling suit of tweed. If she hall R... B. 1'. DROWN, Rector. tire week prior. ..the and day of August :
Tltnsvllle .. e Florida. Wltneeh Honorable John IX ..
of the hypnotizer; or, in other reception gown (in other words an Judge of said. oourt and the_lot salil

words the hypnotizer must suggest the afternoon dress X he would wear a frock I'RKSIIYTKRIAN CHURCH. at Tltutvllle,Florida,thl*.lit day; ot Jan*,

yfn. SCOTT. GORDON R. BROOM. answer desired In the question. But coot, or if she has a bridal gown high Sunday Service" schooJi eveqy.at Sabbath 045 .at. m.II a., Cha m.and*. Gardner T-30p.m. 1M. [L. 8. ]! A..A. 8TKWART.Jnn4July30 : ,E

QCOTT A: BROOME, when questioned, Independent of in the neck as all bridal. gown 4 are in Supt-P. yor meeting on We.lne y evening I, : Clerk Circuit :.... .,
suggestive this country, he would wear a frock at'1dO The Ki"*"**J"ltauJ' lilted to at- .
answers they tell the truth teal our & | .
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, aa ooat If the wedding 1* in the evening, II. M. GooDKLt, ......tor. ,
(over Bank) known to them, as they are Incapable Qf! he would wear an evening suit. This i* -We have just received! another :

originating an Idea. If she had been under the exact idea., Present custom how- BAPTIST CHURCH. ply of very line grades of tobacco I !

Miami Florida. hypnotic influence with Instructions, ever, has the bridegroom almost Invariably which will be given away to any .
Preaching every second and fourth Buniava. who will plant It on the Eat Cumtt.
she could have carried them out, as her in a. frock coat for any morning or morning and evening. Prayer Meetings bury or send stamped-addrossed f;
S. JONES WeiUiMilay evening at 1-ha o'olork. envelope
MINOR answersto questions would have to be afternoon church wedding. School every Sunday at 8:4A a. m. Ala.Sunday preaohIng some to the ADVOCATK office.

suggestive, as she could not have origin ant Sunday. at LaOranue! ; rlenond IInd.,. .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW., Embroidered Valance. Oak lUll. All are cordially. invited to attend.B. .
ated them. Her cnse seems too for ,
v The question Is often asked whetherthe A. OciUKn Iator.
TITUSYILLE BREVARD CO., FLA any diversity of opinion. She was actIng mantel) valance is really unfashion HODGES &: 'GODFREY }

under personal fear of Armstrong, or able. Once an indispensable accessoryof METHODIST CHURCH.

County Judge of Brevard County.. had a special desire to please him, or the mantel, it appears to have subsided Regular services every first, third and fourth Manufacturers of : 1

had some'motive of her own to punish like the"cozy corner into comparative Sunday School every at U Hunday a. m. at and 10 TOO:KM: a.1''.m.in. Epworth Sunday

TV/T D. L. DODSON, those young men, and on final test failedto obscurity. But that its nee dON League each Sunday at il:. every Thuraday night at 7:0: I', in. The
C have the personal courage to hold to not violate the canons of decorative art Ladle Aid Society iiieetR every Wednnadiiv
at 8:00 p. ui. Everybody welcome church '
DENTIST, her position. The great pity is that she aervloe. at our R8UOII 0UES8KD: ,

was not hypnotized; she, would then A. W. J. BEST, raator. Orange Ho* .....*.

Office over postoffice.TJTD3VILI.B have told the truth at the outset, and Frvlt V.*.4*kl. .

.. FLO'BIDA. saved the government and those innocent CATHOLIC CHURCH Lumber dellvumd at any part of Indian
the and Service at 10 on tiiroiiirh hill Oil liKlhiif.. Anyun onntemt.
young-men expense annoy- a. m. every 8l1nda, In new /
Church building. North ChUdreu' Ing billlillnir on the Kant C..ac.wimld do .
ance that followed. call Tltuarllle. write for prlopn. The"Hawmlll rltiuttoil,
People hypnotism oateohliin at 8 on '
L. GAULDEN p. m.RB J. T:A K., W. n ..
'r an "uncanny" science. It is one of .J.F. O'Bor,Rector. ,lInU.s south of j alntka

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, the most useful sciences for the purposesfor Satauma tKhtH,Putnam. co.,

Will" In which It Is practically intended of MUNICIPAL.
practice all the Courts of the State
of Florida,and the United States Courts. anything of the present age. It will In-

P.O. Box,236. TITU8VIIXE, FLA. variably bring out the truth when all TOWN COUNCIL. ROYAL-TANSY
Honey to Loan. 18 other devices fail; and in cases of physical ARTISTIC MANTEL DRAPBRT.is R. F. Hall mayor: R.8. Smith,marshal t J. A. :'
pain or suffering of any kind, as Instant shown by ''a very charming example endamemtor Happermtui,!tax J. M."ollentor,IMlon/. | o.W.Cary-Klwe H. Kim: ,, clerk(le.. Ste...r. paws.v
pOPE & CAMPBELL, relief Is superior to any opiate In of it given in The Decorator and Fur cmmollninn.W. SooIilB: R. The c. Sorlmgeour council: meet, Thiw.* :second W. Lund anl: ladle nuwnurauiin.Mow e.
existence, and leaves no unfavorable af- nisher. fourth Monday In each month i}mmr.. ., :=ImUeMeM*. Jf
paper. t* per "bux anal "bun fl. !
This embroidered mantel drapery i ..1.' ** In wnpp.r..een.l s. I
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, ter results. It is not designed! for a plaything r" .?.....,,,.fur'p'"ln partlonlart. Meld b I. \

I any more than a galvanic battery. most color graceful scheme and of which simple a in door design.valanceis Ina COUNTY OFFICRUB. EALAlOCIATlen! :=,.

-Jacksonville Florida. I Hypnotism proper cannot be held re- Sold J. I). "only.
a part the woodwork is a rich deep SCHOOL BOARD.J. by Sereven
for the fanaticism
sponsible cranky you mahogany, the drapery a soft cream Snowlin! Tltn vll1o| A. L. Hatch,.City.
W. ALLEN, may hear about. People will! be cranky color tending to pink, and .the valance Point; i>. E. Mllyer, Malabar.
r about anything. Suppose religion had a green to match tho embroidery on the '

ATTORNEYlivLAW to be held responsible for the ludicrous drapery, decorated in lighter self color .COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.W. .

: II. Sharpe SharjHi, chairman| Joseph
cut under its
Eicnrslon Rates
ing.Until Mendnl. IjMirangei! J. It. Walker 1 Itimvlllei Cheap
Key West, Florida. Then it would be necessary to prohibit fair fingers utterly neglect the Jim. Houston Kail Ofillln; R. It. Hokn Jemwn. ;i(
ancient and honored art of embroidery lagular veiuloii are hold lint Monday In each :
Will practice In the United States religion by law I recently read where a month. :
decorations such these will
;and State Courts. OjunOpT"R. man became so devoted and selfsacrificing as always The Plant System
hold. more or less important place in
that he mounted the rostrum and ''the artistic home.MONTIILY COUNTY OFFICIALS. -. ,

F. H. nOUGHTON exclaimed, "If thine eyes offend thee Minor B.' Jonas, Tltimrllle, county jUdgel D. :!
L. Oanlilnn. TleunvlllH, promwiitlnir, attorney| ToNallhvl11e Tenn., account
pluck them out," and at the same mo- A.A. Stewart,Tltuaville, clerk' circuit niiurti) .1. Contonnlaf tickets sold from \
l". Wooton Coooa, tax !C. W. Hall,. see ;
SCHOOL STATE: aniieiiMuri;
he his have
ment tore out. I heard
DENTIST. eyes IIha.,...tax collector A. T. Feaster, Tltunvllle points la Florida, via the Plant : : :
of gangs going around at night with MENT. treacurart I' J. If. Hum,Coiirtvnay, MiiimrlnteiwUent MI follows: Ratesfrom
publin InHtrurtlon+ | J. (I. Fried, Orlando. ,
foe tickets: sold dally on and after ) / ,
drums and noisy Instruments disturbing : ,
county surveyor, J.f Brown, Tltmvllle eherlrT.AGENTS .
'Daytona .
Florida. :$2Hth until Oot. 15th: Innluslvn, ':J' .( ) ..
the rest of tired laborers under the r.
name Statement for the month ending the !
limited until Oot. \
.-----'- .. ..- round-trip. ;. ; I
of religion. Is religion proper in any !IOth day of June, 18U7, for Brevard Tickets sold dally on and after 1 / ,
1 O. FRIES C. E. manner responsible for such fanatical County, Fla. You -$23 to.*<0 per week easy. 21Hli until Oct. IfUh' Inclusive, $ ./ .
work right around home. A brand
limit twenty days from date of .
COUNTY SURVEYOR. crankism. This wild crankism you hear RECAPITULATION. new thing. Write to us quick I I'!' You rickets sold on Tuesdays, and ."

f about hypnotism Is no more hypnotismthan Total receipts during month ,$ 780.00 will be, surprised at how easily can, be of each week, April 20th) to Oot.

Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. bras" drums and tearing one's eyes; Total expenditures ... .. .. 3ufi.97 done. Send us your address, anyway inclusive, $1 .80 round-trip, limited

Mapping neatly done. Estimates for out Is religion. There waS a bill offeredIn ITEMIZED EXPENDITURES.Jno Write It will be to-day.to your Interest Address to investigate., day from date of sale. Dally for
,all kinds of engineering works. Disputed our last Legislature to prohibit hyp- II barns, Supt. salary. . 75 00 sun Market St., Philadelphia, Pa. tary! oompaoles and bands limit until
i notism except by licensed doctors. That J S Snowden memo board . 400
lines a specialty. Dan E Miller, memo board. .. 800Jail. The Plant System operates doublo
bill, from a practical standpoint, is pre Pritchard,int. on Indebtn's. 1822 DEED blanks lOo. each; 1.00 per 100 at trains and Is absolutely tho only

SEBASTIAN, Brevard Co., ILORIDA.Wantod. : cisely the old savage law of Massachusetts Geo. W. Schuyler grading com. 400 I the ADVOCATE oftlce.WANTEDFAITHFUL. oar line via Montgomery and Atlanta

on witchcraft. I will assert and Lucy P. Moore '" 4 30 I, quick To and reliable Tenn.schedules.account ,

think I can prove, if such a bill had be- Celestina R. Barns, 400 MEN OR Annual Nashville Reunion Conltedemte;
,-.A.. :BIIaD.: J. II. Sams, janitor and ex'r. ex. 195 !
law would have been
come It necessaryto responsible June 22nd to 24th tickets sold
In every section at once to sell staple .call a Legislature 'to have I It repealed Teachers' salaries,..-?, .. .:" 23.500' : established house In Florida. Salary:: 10th, 20th and Zlst rate from '

>goods dealers ; no peddling; experience before the next term. Sundry bills ;". .,.. . ,., J2007 1780 and expense's. Position permanent. ville $12.80, limit ten days from date .
unnecessary; best side line. $75.00 a Reference. Enclose .eir.addreNlled sale. An extension ot ten days can : '
month. Salary and expenses or large Take the Grace Darrell case as an il- Total expenditures .. ..$ 35507 tamped envelope. The National, Star secured by depositing return ticket |

,commission made. Address, with 2 cent lustration. Suppose she claims she was Insurance Bldg., Chicago Jan2tJ,07IMtcr'lI joint agent at Nashville not later t

'stamp, forsealed particulars, Clifton Soap hypnotized by Armstrong what possible June 21th.JJollhle! dally trains : .
and Manufacturing Company Cincin through oars via Plant SystemTo
defense would Jie make against the
nati, Ohio. Chattanooga Tenn., ..
charge ? It matters'not, however innocent DO YOU WANT SOMETHINGGOOD Convention IJ. Y. P. U., tickets sold ;

he is a. condemned man, because and by virtue of a decree of fore- 18th to 16th Inclusive, one fare : :i
No has UNDER,.., .nI.... Imned ont of the Circuit round-trip from all points via
Cure-No Pay she and he to disprove
so no
says way AND CHEAP ? Court of Bravard county rh., In a certain From Jacksonville $14.00 : .
That Is the all druggist sell her statement; and he, with no cause therein ;landing, wheraln-Aaron A. IM.Oranw System. ,
way III riiiiiil'"lnant and H. L. Will and Jnn- ited to July 21st. An extension of ]
Tasteless Chill Tonlo for chills means of defence, however Innocent It An abstract ,title will ale Will, his wife,....lld. II. flrulwir and her turn limit to August' 15th can be
showing perfect
>and malaria. It Is simply Iron and qui husband,Kdwatd: would and in the tained ticket
nine In a tasteless form. Children love put every man woman be furnished to each purchaser of. any sell at pulillo auotlon In front of the court house by depositing
It. Adults state at the exclusive mercy of any who of the following lands in Brevard county: door at Tltuvllle Florida, during the legal at Chattanooga prior to July 10th.
Prefer it to bitter nauseating hour of sale' on the For further Information! address
Right front on the north side of Main ,
tonics. avail of Its
Price 60o. choose to themselves privileges () I)
street, Titusville. Riparian rights extend SECOND UGUIITI"Ir7, R. L. TODD, C. If. UOWAHO,
to carry out petty spites or revenge to the channel and the City Wharf being the first Monday In mall month to the Dlv. Pass. Agt., City Pass. :;
highest" and iHMt bidder' fur caoh, the followingUMcribed
-The Walton without means ,of defense. Such was extends along the lot on the south side. real estate All that: tract of ijatA (1. W. Parkhlil City Ticket Agt., ;
No. Rapid Calking Machine the witch law of l\a achusots. There There Is a large warehouse on the lot at lying and I> ,lnir4n" the Town of Tltunvllle, Jirevardoonnty Jacksonville, Kla.
.Tit ovine 5.: No. two, $10; No. three, *15 the bulkhead of the City Wharf which 'rorlda,dnacrlhed" .. followt Lot F. *f. Jolly, Dlv. Pan. Agt., Tampa
would be another crime committed
Fla.. never Done of blork ((16) sixteen as shown on the If. O.
/goes with the property and 1UX feet of nap of the Town of Tltnavllle.l made J.Francis Uaycraft, T. TEE '"It
In the state under the directionsof :
except : j
rentable the ,
property along tho city landing. t
someone who had hypnotized the Price of including warehouse clerk of the i'lrnult Court of said. nonntjr and gylteltialr N THE SOUTH
"IXTANTED-FAITHFUL MEN OR property tate,or*o much thereof a* may be num lent to
It is to be hoped we are not 2000. the .
V women to travel for responsible party. realiae the amount due complainant. prlnelpal
established house In Florida. Salary drifting back to the old-time savage daysof Ineeruil, and costs of nlt.
'7HO Four and half of land in GEl M. ROiuu.vs,
and expenses. Position Massachusetts, and enacting laws to a acres the
ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed perman- southeast quarter of southeast quarterof ul3-jnUO; : Special Mauler. All reviewed In the new sporting Magazine "OUTDOORS."
and throw all the
stamped envelope. The National Star carry out petty spites, section 20, township 21, south range ISHJNG Invaluable to the salt water JUberman the fresh water fisherman -

Insurance Bldg., Chicago. responsibilities of crimes on Innocent 35 east, at MimI station, on the J., T. &: Notice.In the quail, snipe, woodcocrc and hare shooter, the

,- parties and leave them without means K. W. R'y, four miles north of Tltua- bayblrd and wild fowl gunner, the big game hunter, the tourist e

of defense, as any law .on hypnotism vlllo. This Is In the western part of the Circuit Court of the Ttli Judicial Circuit wheelman, photographer, boatman and naturalist. Price. lOcU.
Turnbull hammock, and has been! all of Florida, In and fur Urevanl No free copies. Subscription 75ct a year. .
need all the
would do. We safeguard
cleared ready to be set to orange tree. County, 1807. RTS New York Outdoor Publishing Co., 1370: Broadway.
In our Interest and rights that the law Price $250.The ; I 8.J. Field IVH. A s

can give uSi; but we don't want a protection 5 ForecbMiire of
O.J.Hardee, et. al ) Mortgage.TT .
Leading dealers that will land us In jail, tho penitentiary southeast quarter of the north- appearing by the sworn amendment to the .

or the gallows as the the penalty west quarter of section 18, township 21, .L bill of complaint. In the above cane that the
everywhere sell south range 35 east; 40 acres. One-half reeldmi-e of the dxfentlanu. Julia D. Wll
may be. And beside this hubbub about of thj, Is excellent hammock land and and Frank M. Well, her husband "'In the City Traveling.... .

.p FERRY SEE S I the; moral evil resulting from hypnot- the other half Is muck land. It Is si tu of Boston In the, MaMutchiwrtte.Htale of Florid and Mrrloe there 'hi of no a sub person > I

ism, Is all bluster and gas. There is not aced within three-quarters of a mile of puma upon whom would bind said defendaate, West Northwest
tad that lbe defendant" are over the oftwentron A'nJ or 'e
Mime age
D ,, station and four miles north of
vtak:the her hundred thousand that
of time,labor aed srraad : one person in a year*. It la therefor* ordered that Point ,
p b/piagNeee..d.of.atyew..sbflr TltDSville. A very desirable property. JolU. C. Wails and Frank M.
the ye
Tl aro.rkrla fail of eh..e I be except at their own defendant
1 .ar.l lsal.b. riSSVf If lit I can hypnotised Road passe through the property to the) Well, .her homnd! to appear at the C'lerk'e .o' V":iLL "t1anta.' : >t. to
h5q..d etiee<>ep ptlon. And when those socalled results station. Price 200. once at TltuavlUe. Florida, on or before theCCO5D

D.M.PURY00.Aaaeeirre. *. occur, it Is simply making hypnotism .. DAY OF AUGUBT.IWT, Nashville Oeo..1ec.c.i.aJ.: :: :: :
the Role Day to plead, answer or
MOW being
DreroK, M/on. i a scape-goat for their own Intention ox mm ST. LUCIA BIVKR. demur to the bill of omnulalnt,. aa amended. II.(..l I '

would be the case if we had a law'OD Lot 4 section 32 therein: And It I* farther ordered that this Duy Your Ticket via
just as township 37, south notice)...pnblUhwl In the 'eDUII Kn'". Agra
the subject to enable n* to throw theresponsibility range 41 east, containing 77 acre*. This) CATC, a newspaper published la ..... county '
crimes.on innocent tract: : has a quarter of a mile front on the once)a week for four enmecutlve weeks, prior TXITTCXLV ROUTE:, ,1
of our to the lit Monday of Anirnit next. -
et Lucia *l
and lieu
River a hundred
Wltnee*. the ilooorable John D. Broom.
parties. feet' west of where the Florida East Judge said court and the seal of laid court Double Dally' Through Train All correspondents

YOUR FORTUNE lOYl IlABOEC. Coast R'y crosse the river. II has a M Tlc."II,.. Florida,this"day of July,IHW promptly answered and sleeping oar
r u.."..1It.... 1'010.,.... eNae.oat' ---.. nice front and. I* excellent pineapple [L.'.i A. A. STEWART: bertha reserved. Will be glad to meet passengers; DS 14i
fed .... -.... ... _rsa, In
at Jacksonville 224 Wet .
depot i
or office
Clerk Circuit Court. my i
outer U'ri! =a: and. Price $35 pef'ac... We will not Jtt tvM e :
> r'BL w cut this lot Bay street. "Drop me a Line.1'WALTER
i r.ICtOefr 10 1. .... Each salmon prod aces about 20.000.000egp. O
TAa.'.. e..py. r17. =AT.1: Apply write to the. Idea '. JIAvTKDre, S
'rh..rwr.I S4 r l eSrrra. or Wanted-An. == w Fla. Peas. Agt.
'wmsjrivtvii'" lit Ra,1........ = WYCO
........ It said that the Greenland whale BOBBINS 4: GRAHAM CO., J. C. 1IAILE, O. P. A. Jacksonville
o- *
_i"i: T IC. .... iMwO
--"ii'W: ttfcSsisEtri: : i sometimes attains the age of 400 year TltuvHle, pia.w ="rt:;&: : i- Savannah. Ua.



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:. INDIAN RIVER dIDVOtJfiTF.IUI.>ti '9, 1881.
+ '

4' I 4 INDIAN RIPER ADVOCATE.-4- the'common sense fi tbe'America When the were tie entitled was shot to divide'off, Otilia first and nVnrnes < I centre Barnes field, left; field faker: ; Mllls.tinmt, right; field base;;W.Dow CI JHogg .. & Summer Goods.
the third base
people, which seldom leaves sooood money ($3.00) between them, ,nay second base; Butler, ; Spring
-. I for any great length of ''time,. widefer wfclle Watson got third money, 80 oenta abort lltop. 0
WVHICbT JOURHAL DBVOnD.TO THE' DKTontmrr ." that day inta i or THE IHDUUN mvcft: LAB 1 of ., as follows : L. A. Brady, five;; A; game, a prize drill was'held by the Indian -
The Idea a !
' I WOBTHABDDIIIOAYlll'lloaAVBCTIOII.. I futurity. wealt T. caster, five; D. B. Pritchard, five:; S, River Guards, In command of Capt Only : .' ,.. _-.
----- t equal distribution of J.7Nurton, Tltusvllle four; A. J. Goode,' A. T. Feaster, on Washington avenue To Storekeepers .
'PUM.ISHBD KYBJB'8' FRIDAY.Cuju. : t I ruling passion of wan; his chit D. Oslln, six; R. W. Rhodes.four; +. being/ won by Sergeant B. A. Norwoodof Complete Stock of the above-named
W. Watson six W Tltusvllle. All the boys drilled well, We now. a
& r. is 'and 'has been, Robertson, four; B. ;
II. 'WALTON, Bdiw ProprlMor.L aim in life allwaya the -
by spectators
.1 C; Values, six. ; C. R. Stewart (dropped. and were loudly applauded
,: to get ahead of his neighbor in the out), one. who were much pleased with tbe Gocds at Low Prices.

MKMOKBOPTHE'FLO :; fight for a livelihood, and it will re. The barbecued meats., with their aaoompanylng -, smart appearance of Company C. meshes
: of tim the general amuse Nets, on frames and in the piece, ; Sand-fly netting;
RID A. PRESS ASSOCIATION main the same to the end relishes which were appe Owing to the rain, Mosquito Suits Straw hats Wash Cottonades Summer;
such foot race, nigh jump anthreelegged d Screen cloth Cotton Crashes for ; ; ;
ashen long palm-covore as {
'Debs' tlizlngly arranged on meats-
The perfecting
jUrriLIA.TliDJW.lTU THa'd j with* the exception pf Want good, White goods, Ducks, etc. We keep everything usually In
the end Lawns
tables on the wharf at of/'be race- ; ,
N' with competitioi best value for the
would do and to give
d + away had be abandoned. In shipments, aim honey.
to demand prompt
National Editorial .h8lloc tion. railroad and city docks, were :done ful the"rooBter In tree, ; are
; :abolish ambition, andgive us nott justice to by those desiring\ to satlsf;; The Interest in the rooster In tre Liberal dealings. our motto.
'I 'Ing to live for but the very unlrteresting ; the demands of the Inner man; and certaioly was becoming quite animated, when th'' BENEDICT, POLLAK & CO.,
,' DlHeontlnwnoa of adv la'mut bcmadu 'pel'-I and insipid process of go. no better place'"cou.1d have bend bird escaped from Its perch fell to the< '
; onally at tliU once or by-writing. : Ing through this mortal life without provided for the carrying out of this all ground, and met with .an untimely end. 32. 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville. Fla.
J Important and pleasant featureof thiday All interest was now centered in thi
I any desire or hope of excellin as there was a cool breeze !blowing feature of the day-the blcycli
S ha nimla payable to Cnvnii/i" will principal
Check eta., may our fellows in the 'race, and and all were'protected from the Blm'srays. races-and the hundreds of sightseer
H. WAtTOK,publisher.al141" proprietor L :: out the possibility bettering The committee ID charge-J. O were not disappointed,'for the Severn. P. E. ?McMTOHAI Carriage! and

I ,condition. Were not bleese Vast F. A. Lesley and A. J. Carter- events proved quite exciting. Then
. l; Address> oommunlnueiotm to : ''Of -thl deserve great credit for the manner In were numerousentries .In all the races, D Wagon
with any great proportion which they fulfilled their arduous duties and the. riding/ for art wa; _
INDIAN.lUVWa ADVOCATE, I world's goods, but would prefer no looking after the comfort the vlsl- fairly fast, everything considered BAKER, Materlillt
XmMvn.i.BFLORIDA.. J social imours., tors Id this particular line. novici
democracy one-mile
' t .... .. -' .. --. --: The first event was Dealers inDump'
-- -- thirteen
of entries
} ,p The fish-boat races attracted a deal : race, .In which there were
i I interest four crafts entering the contest,. Wesley Joyner, Titusville, coming
vx TRE.grandest pageant the world; THE FOURTH -OF' JUL1 which was, sailed over a nIne mlle'lcourse. In first, ; George Gingraa, _Rockledge, Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure\ and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts etc., etc.

ever saw lasted less than ah houi! ,: The Lennie 8., owned by Addle Covi..l, second; and H. ,F. Raulerson, third Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE" FLA.
and It'ia .elated that+ully 8,000,00) ---. of Cocoa, scoured the first prize of 912; The prizes were a larob' -woul sweater,
tbe Carrie, Bailed by Tom Tucker, >olTituBvllle pair of bicycle shoes anti an M. fc W,.
of people 'went to!London to get < HOW IT WAS CELEBRATED- JM TI. second, $9; and the Annie,, foot pump for first, second and third re .

F, glimpse it.TnE.Foarth. TUSYILLE, sailed by Isaao Tucker, of Tltusvllle, pectlvely. Joyner's time was 2.38: t. The, New :
I I II third place, $IS. The Lennie S.' crossed Next came .the five-mile match race .
celeKratfoi1n ,! 1 the line at 11:10-08: a.< m.; finishing al between Chas. Hatch, of Rockledge; and
otJMy:} A Large' Aggregation .:Judlai. 2:30 p. m; the Carrie at 11:18-4(1, finish Arthur Brown of THusvllle, which wad Door
t TltuavUle ia said l by many visit i log at 3:00; and the Annie i at 11::1o-I5, won by Hatch In 14.51 i. The rider* Selden Cypress Company
OrB to -,have been a grand success, River People were Presentto finishing at 3:05. During the squall): kept well together from first to last, but ,
I but 'unfortunately' heavy rail i Enjoy the festivities.' which came up while tbe race was going seemed to take a leisurely pace for nine
on, Pat Daugherty's, boat Minnie D.,, Hatch crossed tbe line only a few :FLA.
D in' the morning prevented a few .0'' ] On Monday, July 6th, Tl'tusville was capsized, the other boats having a narrow inches laps. in front of Brown. \The winner't PALATI3.A: !, !,

the> eve.ntsoGn the .programme tak. : .Abe scene of a. large and happy throng of escape from the same fat.. prize was a $10 bicycle suit. Opened October lilt, 1800, turned the steam on tOne

1'{ ,:ing plaee. It crowded the "amuse' : seekers Indian Klverltes from tbe and va-rloiM other places pleasur along Probably the baseball match in the Number three,event 'was'a half mile Sash Blind
Best Door
and Equipped
HI'I q tnents. I tho East Coast between Daytona. aod afternoon (except, perhaps, the bicycle for boys under ten.. Roy 'Trafford, ofCocoa of the Largest ,
Miami, who came hereby steamer train. races) between the Melbourne team and won the first prbo of a Stanleycap
,.. THE -recent .Jubilce.celebratiom 1 .launch and sailboat, to participate. THuBvllle's! nine saw the largest aggregation and-Calvin Lesley the bicycle bell and General Wood Working Plants in the United States. ,
of out second
and enjoy the celebration of the 121t spectators. Although for prize.
a1 in England ahow that,"if she iagov I anniversary of Americans .Jndependeno. team is still In Its Infancy, tbe various The one-mile open brought out fourteen And' with experienced management, (covering a past experience of el ;ht.
.. erned by an "elletemonarchy;" th< Da*. members held their own on this occasion >- riders-the time limit being three In ) the patr ns of our company may confidently expect the best
people .are.quite willing to be governed The town was gay with.bunting, and as they had the best of the visiting minutes. The first prize, a Hygienic' ', years possible Cypress material and wa kman8h1p at our hands. Our production will cover

W ; -and that the love of 'tbelt! ; the stars and stilpe floated proudly 1]n team by winning nine runa to their bicycle saddle, went to Joe Wilkinson.of --Standard: Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moul.l.ngs. Frames, Hothouse Materials, Glass, etc.
the breeze from the numerous residence threw out of the seven Innings played by Rockledge; the second, a '
I sovereign.has BO deeply taken roo and business houses making-with the each. It :was merely a friendly match, Midget cyclometer- Arthur Brown -
); r. that It .will be a longtime before hundreds of fair mald.elI.o their brigh and our nine may be beaten at. sores ,Titusville; and the third prize pair of
!J-' the tight! 'Uttfle Island will be reatlj' and spotless summer dressos and thoH! future time when they play against the bicycle hose to S. C. Raulerson of New MIAMI -
of republi of the sterner sex In their usual holiday; Melbourne team.. The rain bad left the Smyrna. Wilkinson's time was 2.43i. + + +
s U i to,tryrtbe.ezperiment a attire-a. picturesque and lively scene atmosphere cool and pleasant by this Following that came the threemilematch .
"?(' can form of government. The weather was beautiful and.clear until time, and a better afternoon could not race between Joe Wilkinson, of.
I', about 11:30: a. m., at which time have been, wished, although at Intervale Rockledge, and Ernest Vanlandinghara,'
.I Tatar Citizfen. in recent Issue heavy clouds bad gathered the went, there were slight showers. All the players of Tltusvllle. In this event Wilkinson Sale !
t. f) a ; and soon after quite a heavy rain fell; seemed in fine condition, and fielded came in first,* in 9.33, and was loudly Town Lots Now on
comments on the. noise of clvlllza which continued oil: and on during the und batted with a great amount of spirit. cheered. The prize was a bicycle suit, .
r. .. troll, and wants to knowiif, "moderr ,remainder: of the day and Interfered, to Mr. Wm. 21. Brown made an excellent value $7.50. '
RI f : civilization Should not ;get'rld olflome certain extent, with. the carrying ou( umpire. The race for youths under 18 years o'
",. of those aavage .notees in Bell of the programme that had boon ,prepared -. In the fifth innings, J. W.' Rogers, age only had three entries, II. P. KaulerOR A. .E KINGSLEY General i |t For
for the occasion NotwithstandIng ; while the forearm Fentress Davis and
batting wan hit on by of New Smyrna .
The idea of ailent ,
defense. citj: this rather unpleasant feature, tbi the ball; while not serious It necessitated Claude Walton, of Tltusvllle, the first-
'. I't' 'where the rattle of cars, the bells) various events were carried through td his withdrawal from the game, and named coming in first and Davis second. Mrs. Jima D. Tuttle.ClOICE .
':' +I and, whistlesof locomotives, and the best possible advantage, and everyone bis place was taken by Trez Wilson. The prizes were a Globe Vapor lamp for
seemed to enjoy them thoroughly. and Golf for seconcl.. x
first cap
the e.verlastlng ,traffic arc
>roar The Tltuaville team composed
There are events in tho history of eacl 'S. C. Raulerson, of New Smyrna was
unheard. would be welcomed by civilized nation which are oommomoritedJby the following : M. S. Jones, jr., pitcher; the first winner in the half-mils dash, his BUSINESS AND .RESIDENCE PROPERTY
l many'' who are not accustomed tc popular demonstrations appro Seery, catcher; C. 'R. Stewart, centre time being 1.22. S. W. Perkins, of Titusville .
the occasion and on Monday field; II. J. Anthony, left field; J. Morrow second and E. Vanland- Carefully Selected
: the hurry, ,inoice and scramble oft prlate to first Carllle second base came in malt parts of the Town.
base J. ;
'TltiMville did her full share In the oblervance ; Tltuaville, third. The prizes
I city Life; but )to the' average citj ,of America's greatest SeatlNal J. W. Rogers, third bane; LaRouselllere. Ingham were a pair, of bicycle hose, bicycle belt Fruit and Vegetable Lands'on
: man it ;would Abe unbearable:;;
I# : { '.., loves the noise 'and could,lnot.sloe l together for one purpose, and suds Melbourne team : T. Nicholson *, pitcher [Continued' on 8th page.] Minmi River and ,Bay 'B1>eonyne..

S without ire soothing accompaniment invents calculated. to cry Utilize nation ; J. Nicholson,catcher; H. D.Brown, ;Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers
U seuUment' and create a fellow bl;{
,' ; and he' weuld muoh prefer between those who. participate. N Office Hotel Miami .. MIAMI; FLORIDA.
: to "sleep in an earthquake and national celebration eclipses lu pittrlvtkuerlt Main -
wake on the run" than spend his that"which America \holds In per

't life where noises are unknown.' jotual reverence-tfce Fuurth of July; FERTILIZERS. ED 8. KA1NES.. K. 3. HAISE3.ENGINEERS.
: ry and there Is no doubt but that this day
than all others to develuf ... BROIERS:: :
mae done more :E3.A.IN"ES: :: : : ,
THE MOSQUITO. the; love of country and cultivate an- '.
ytr r (gnat sentiment. : '
While the dew was yet upon the grass,, When you are In the market write for Information .regarding : *

.l ,A The mosquito and its exact place lie Indian River Band paraded the ourComplete--- 1-- ,
r In the economy of nature really treats of our town, playing patriotic and Power Company
the Gas ,
for Engine !
*I honor of this most auspicious Agents
might form the subject of endless trains In
:iiiv) discussion at this season when lay, breaking the stillness of tbe mOlDIng :: : :fertilizers'Vegetable : : :. -: Repair OurSj.eotaltleet-InatailingConpeteIaolatedLighting for their Motor In stock. Old parts exchanged for new and and Pumping allowance Plunta made for 110-
and (
tbelr' melodies corUnKly.
: .
air with joyful from artetitaa
that musical ta so much in dome tlo use operated by gas( ,gasoline. team or water. Can get greatest power .
pest Nauhttm.Keronene.
I trust Gasoline
:. arousing any chance sleeper (we blood bone small. machinery for all kinds of purposes. tepatrlnlIIII/:
wells for running
tree manure, ,
4;f ;$' evidence. It has been asserted here were bat few) from his blissful fruit and vine, Orange Vapor Hoe eeir and Steam Engines. Scales, all makes and .capacities. All, all builds-of roaliw.Ueam. .

)'i l : that itu blood-extracting powers lumbers[ ; while the small boy and the and potash, and other brands. pumps.to Vacuum be u e'l Water for any and purpose.Ammonia Injector l I
y r".: '; sot as a preventative to fever and lannon cracker reigned supreme. dl. Construction and repair of intricate machinery a specialty. Our equipments areof and
t At 10:30: ( a. no. the band marched down Fertilizer Works the; latest kind. Give us a share of your work,and you will be pleased with our workmanship
: stave otf malaria from the human I I .to the dock...iwhere were already a large The Armour :barge

I I. 'system. Wo' very mu- b doubt it, Dumber of people enjoying the sight ofQur Office and Works: Foot of Liberty St., JACKSONVILLE,. FLA..
E and are rather inclined tQ, the belief i beautiful Indian Itiver In Its morn-

t I that the mosquito i to Messed J.ng. glory-to await the arrival\ of the Chicago, .

':' \ with a moral mission,''namely, to teenier mints along St. Augustine the Liver with from her tbe host several of Where ..."these. fertilizers are made, ,having" unlimited sources CHAS. N. WELSHANS

test the of mankind and rho steamer then In' ,
\ patience xcuralonists.: : was which- t.o draw their supplies 'use. nothing but the very
I : 'to prevent bill indulgence in too Ight and at eleven o'clock she drew upto from
the wharf amid the waving of hand- e best materials, and thero are no goods :made better than our. .

:. ; I much sleep at this enervating and kerchiefs and the' cheering .of those COMPLETE FERTILIZERS. >Ve solicit your orders CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER,
soporific period of the year. Any board and on shore and the music I.Ifthe ,
man who can sit still and let the COCOA and Xitusvllle\ bands. The COMPANY

1 i. t gay'and giddy Insect chew him aasongei's., who numbered over two ARMOUR. & ** HAIR AND LATH. .*# r
f. without the use of expletives ia undred, having disembarked, made Fla.,
I male way to wherever their disposition Jacksonville, .
well started on the'strait path lell them some .remaining on the dock State Agent L. & M: Paints and Oils.
1>> x, which leads Ih the direction we allr to r witness the \boat race and others going .- -
I there .be the shoot and elsewhere. old i 13 Hogan Street,.
; wish to travel; but few t.o gun l 'Phone 8. )o( I
t ,. fear who have not consigned The gun shoot :was to have taken place i; .. '
we From' .
110. a. m.. but as the Melbourne gunnen SAVE MONEY And ,
the to regions where
merry songster came up on the St. Augustine It
: ?' his melodious voice Is not likely to had to be postponed until their .arrival.he .
', be heard, nor the delicate incision shooting was witnessed by several :T.A.M:es :8. :eo-cres" '
,. iterested persons, and would have beonby 0I DR. C. F. HOUSTON
..1 M 'a of his.proboscis felt. If be be of ,
more' but that the .
'' a great many .
I any use except as food for spiders I iieatenlng aspect of the elements kept Feed Garden Seeds Flour Grits
1 and other birds of prey, we should tbelll from going! to the grounds. A* It I Grain, Hay, a:: nvze.t.: P.. .. L=: :aoRts.stabilshed .

like to know It, as we always like wa most of the shooting wan done Inthe .
: to give credit where credit ia due, rain, which made It rather unpleas- Meal and Cotton Seed. Meal. 1884. )o( Cor. Bay and Laura St. ., over Mrs. Keene't/
ant for both participants and spectators, .
.: ;" but up to the present a careful in- though a covered stand had been provided JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
\ ',{t!' vestigation has failed to discover ( for their accommodation. Only Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds or Insects; 'Harmless to man or

IJ' ..:.p. any possible reason for his existence the first two matches on the programmeere beast Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations. For the next SO days prices will be as follows Gold Fillings, $1.50 to $:=!G

". except those suggested above carried through owing to and the unopltlous bolow'wo Office 124 W. Bay street .JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. lastlc Fillings, 60o. to *1; Alloy Fillings $l to 11M>; Plates, $3 to *3; Full seta
the : :
state of weather -
(very beat), .9..to *1X( ,, Extracting free, by a painless method 'where plates are-
give the scores of those who took attendants. Gold anti Continuous Gum
ads First-class operatorll.and polite .
y' i I THE DREAM OF DEBS, part In them. Seta of Teeth mode and repaired.
: In the first match for ten blue 'rocks, -
L. A. Brady and D. 13. Pritchard tied, Co. ,
f" Though never lik.ely.-to be fulfilled each having nine out of the ten b rds to E. B. Williams .4.: I AgrleUUnre' Pineapple and< Lemon
', will have a passing effect! his credit; and In shooting oft the tie U. S. Department of I Orange

,. upon ,the closing days of the 19th first Brady prise came money out ahead of ,M.1A.thus winning Piltchard the 'a..Wholesale. Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants.,? Weather ISureau, --Jupiter, Fla.. Land For Sale, Cheap.I .

;I e century. It is one of those pleasing took the second prise: of tl.: "", and It. W. S -

r;i'. e theories that look so well ont Rhodes, who shot eight out of the ten 65 South Broad St., ATLANTA, GA., ment The of following temperature is a and comparative rainfall for state the have for sole 80acres. of pineappleland below -
"" but are so impracticable birds, third money, l.C3.! There were on St. Lucie river a few .miles
f paper very week 6 1807.
ending Tuesday July ,
.-t 91.,' if put to the test. However Inventing eleven entries for this match anal$1.00 being Foreig.iit and DODIcstic; .ruittis: : .1-1S07 -1800MAX. Eden, Uo of which being northeast

J theories of social democracies charged for entrance fee, the score IIATK. MAX. MIX. MIX. quarter of northeast quarter of section
'i ; each stands as'follows A.
J :'. which are more or less harm. T.for Feaster gunner Tltusvllle, six; It. W, Rhodes: TCOBTAnLES!; t : FRUITS I \. ;, 30, 88 78 80 '74 18, township 38, south of range 41 east;
1 00 76 84 72
t" .. less as Jong as they 'remain theories Tltusvllle, eight; D. 11. Pritchar.l, Titus- String Beans. Oranges, \ :, :J 91 77 85 73 the other 40 is the northeast section quarter'of 3r
southeast, of
{ safer than villa nine; \V. C. Barnes, Melbourne Caulliiower.OkraCelery.. ;- .- Bananas. ;. quarter
is a far amusement 3 00 77 85 78 41 east.
F. Robertson, Melbourne, seven; "t',' Fruit .-: township 38, range
r' labor seven; : Grape 4 83 75 8-J 73 forlv
strife between and abo'l'o.land be bought
inciting The can
Line C.It. Stew. '
.. L. A. Brady Tltusville ; Cucumbers Lemons
t. and all Mr. Debs is Tltusvllle x S 87 00 84 n acre. It Is suitable for. plneapplerorange
:;. capital, as long art, five; C. II. Stewart Melbourne Tomatoes. Limes, 6 84 74 84 74 per
.. engaged in his present occupation two; K. 1>. Oslln, Melbourne, Boots Peaches- ". : lemon or lime growing. for
Total the week 0.35: Inches of 40 acres
rainfall for : Will be sold in lots
six Wade Jones Tltusvllle\ four A. D. ,
of arranging the world to suit himself ; ; Squash, Pineapples, worth fX Q
THusvllle, fivo. Strawberries "f Departure from normal rainfall for the cash. This land will soon be
II'.,"' ; he may be looked upon as Penney The second match was' for seven blue Now Potatoes, ., week: minus '.0.86 Inches. Departure per acre.
tJ; : e more or less: safe. The trouble rooks and In this E. D. Odin, W. C. Egg 1: Plant, Cocoanuts. from normal rainfall since January I, Apply to C. II. Walton, .A. VoCA.TSQfftce

t ,' will not begin until ,be. attempts! to Barnes and B. W. Watson (TUuivlllu) BarnaENcaal-Thies Asparagus.: Natloaat.ask:. Atlanta.Os., 0 kbJohn-.,,.CaDdy Mfg; AUaata plus 14.04 Inches.J. ; or to Bobbins A Graham, Titos-etfv
f'.( t. put his theories into practice' and tied, each with six:I bird to Us credit. Qa.| Armour Making Co.,AJlMta. O' *.t Ctao.M.Tailor. W.8.Duncan. A ......AUOBM. ,.... W. CBOXK, Observer. villa

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, ,JULY 9 n,_18J 7. "" 5 .l


LaGrange.- FERTILI I Z E R S..J

Fine rains, with heavy winds, Monday,
but no serious damage done. .

There are more than double the or
an/esln/ this section than were at first '
thought to be. w
Jim Coats says be was awful lonesome .1 miI
when he thought about being about the
only one in LaGrange on the 5th. _- TO -

Bert J. says if his wheel had not have : v
bucked him OH he would have got sec- [ i : Gro-w-srs 'Ili
ond prize in one of the races. Practice __ zrs.eapple @ @ __ .
more, Bert. .
Owing to the celebration l in Titusvllle; .v
H '
our little burg was deserted on Monday, .4.11 A.rcn.1o.d.: : 'Fo-1l.1:1.mor.: ;: : ; [iI
and all say they never saw better success J-l.: Price $25.OO.GUARANTEED )nr- Before buying the following Materials bo sure and apply to i r

of anything In Titusville. ANALYSIS;; us for prices, and we will prove to you fro can save you money. ', .

Mr. A. S. Dickinson formerly of .: Molntnre. ....................... ............ ........, ........a' to 10 STEAMED BONE RAW BONE A I I I l
Puree Aurantla, but now of Atlanta, is having Ammonia....... .......... ...... ....................... .,.. .. ....,.S to A .
Absolutely: his fine grove at Auiantla renovated.T. [-I : h'I'.toSI. ll'l1l\teofAlmI\O\.J... ....... .. ...... .............. 20 to SA BLOOD AND HONE ACID PHOSPHATE *
A. Johnson has the work in charge: Available l'hue ,hodo AoM ... ...............*.... .. ...... ................ B to 6 ,
Celebrated for Its great leavening strength ; Eqt\l\ltonon.l'h" l'bR.teutIJtn8..i......... .. .'.......,.,..... ... 11 to 1.1 DISSOLVED BONE OF SODA : .i
lid Se lthfulne a. A urea the food againstEun ; and the prospects are flattering. : futiwh KH: ()........... ...... ............,... ... ..?......... ....... B to NITRATE. : ."
anti all forms of adulteration .common toe ;: K<|iial wb........::;......... .. .. ................. ... 9 to 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS
cheap brands. : 1IIaKne tA'SIIIf.hl\t.ot ..'........ .. ........".,.... .,...... .. ............... M to 6023T ; E-I
ROYAL BAKING POWDER co.. New York. Malabar. E-I i; !: Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCQ DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, ,

JST" Special Mixtures compounded. with machinery at very low 0
Mr. E. B. Arnald and children, Mr. W.
West Palm Beach. P Arnald went to Mioco lately on busi- Hi! prices. s..

I Please Corroe pond>with us before toin induced, to buy from Doulern. Send for :
I L. C. Oliver and son "Pat" were up :Miss I. Forest was shopping. in :Melbourne -
and enjoyed the lately. '
om Miami Saturday El Pamphlet. .
|aDIoS very much. Mrs. Rosa Bolton has returned from

Miami was well represented here onDie Grant,where she spent a week with re i LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
3rd, there being about 40 or 50 be- latives.Mr. ; III

des the base ball team. W; P. Arnald spent the Fourth at '
}f :T'aokson v-1J.J.e. "J.orld.a.= ,
Jos. A. McDonald was a visitor here on Titusvllle. :

lie 3rd, and was very enthusiastic over Mr. J. T. Ware and family of Tlllman, ,
[he bull game. I were here on Monday.
of Miami In town Atlas M. Butler; Marie, John Newlan. for Nashville, Tenn. Howell has loft '
Mayor Riley and Rev. C. L. Howell spent. Sunday' here The Hoot was escorted across the river many friends in Melbourne! who wish G. G. SPRINGER {
Mth the Miami boys ot, Saturday ,
with fi lends.A ohl .
uted OH scorer for the club. by the racer Naiad, R. G. Hardoe. him a ploanaQt trip to hIs home, and r
boat load of people went to the also wish him a successful buslnosc ., ?
The Club House has just received aoat beach Sunday in the Racket. career.
which much Cocoa. _. _
of improves
paint very -- Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper OfIC '
i appearance.Mrs. 31 Iss Cassie Shaw was here on Satur- Messrs. Frank Powell and .Clarence .
Hull went up to Titusvlllo\ to attend the .
.Idner had two more pawpaws on day.The B. F. Brown, last Sunday evening 4th of JolYlIl'"rtR. they left here Saturday .
Exhibition last week, out of her garden, picnic and dance at the House .of Rev excellent morning on the yacht Lena and had
most at
preached a sermon ,
[no weighing 71 Iba and the other 81ba. Refuge, at the ocean.beach, was a great St. Mark'church. on board Mrs. I'. P. Powell and her two I : EDistilled.: ANn : +
The Alerts out last week success; about (10 people were present, a daughters the Misses Maud and Ethel
Flagler were
line dinner was served on the long ver- Rev. Best will' preach next' Sunday, and Mrs. Hull, they report a very pleasant '
bracticing with their hose and reel this
la that should be anda, and the day was spent in surf- filling his regular appointment the trip, they returned home on Tuesday
something encouraged bathing, various games, music and sing- :Methodist church. morning.The .
y our citizens., 'The closed with a dance. I WaterRefrigerators
Ing. evening
The little girls' sowing society who steamer took
St. Augustine a
Sheriff Chlllingworth returned to town Music was furnished by the Smith string .
for the will serve
; Titusvllle
are Jolly party to on Monday
band. wish thank Mr. F. J. Webb
from Jacksonville where *We to
Friday night
|lie he hnd State been bheiUFs to attend Association.the meeting, of for welcome his kind he 'hospitality extended to and all.the cordial Every .ice cream, July at the 14. library. room on Wednesday morning of Melbournewish returning Tuesday.to thank The Cnpt.Bute people Ice Chests, Freezers and Water Coolers.

town between Tillmfin and Sebastian All who went to Titusvllle on the 4th and Purser Galllard for their kind .FACTORIES
.... ..
Col. J. II. Livingston has been attention to them, as these gentlemen .
/ bad
of good
was represented by their most popular and 6th speak having/ a
d Justice of the Peace for this district people. time and also very highly of the hospitality did all in their (power to make the tripan I Cocoa and West Palm Beach. '
o fill the unexpired term pf Jos. H. Elliott of the TltusvUle people Tuesday enjoyable ono to all. Among the

who has resigned and gone to Mpx-/ morning there were a lot of tired passengers from Melbourne we noticed --- .. n .. .. .. ,
- ---
|uo. SEND YOUR VEGETABLES and fruit it late Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Brown, Mr. and Mrs.
people in Cocoa, being very (or
tq E. B. Williams & Co., wholesale Baker, Mr. and! Mrs. Frank Robertson, '
when the boat SUMMER"CROPS
L. D. Hlllhouse, who has been postmaster fruit and.produce merchants, 65 South early) in the morning, Mrs.'R. W. Mr. and Mra. C. J. F. SEEDS FOR /
reached Cocoa. nuO/leJ U
at Palm Beach for some time past, Broad street, Atlanta, Ga. See their Campbell, Mrs. Jas. Hogg; ; the .
lias resigned and E. M. Brelsford, who advt. on page 4. We hear most flattering reports from Misses Annie Uoode, Lillie Robertson, '

field that position some years ago, has the Georgia and Alabama business college Mollie Kavaimugh, Jessie Goodo, Annie Millet Poarl or Caltaot. . .. . . 1 . . . . ..2Aots per lb., post paid .
[lioen appointed to fill the same. concerning Miss Ann Singleton./ Haslehurst Mollle Nicholson, Emmelle Millet\ German, . . . . . . . . .:2Octs/ u "
The' base ball /games between West f Wabasso. Although having only been there overa Bernelle, Allio Nlcholsonh. the Mossis. Amber Cane. . .f. . .. . . . . . . . ..aflcts a' ," '. I"
'aim Beach and Miami and West Palm month she has accomplished W. C. Barnes, A. J. KaOirCorn1.whlteor( red), ..,. . . . . . 25otsw' "
Mach and Boynton, on the grounds. of amount Of work that is wonderful and Goode, J. lIouHtnu May, John Nicholson, Jerusalem Corn, . . . . . . . . . Zflcts. "
file Royal Poinciana, on the 3rd, resulted Elder I. W. Leatherman has returned she stands first In her class In the way Fred Fee It. V. Kavanaugh li. A. Sorghum/ . . ..'. . . .. . . . . . ancts u a. 'aSunllower
En a score of 21 to 16, in favor of the from a two.weeks' visit In Putnam of promotion. Miss :Ann has. the true Downey, Robert Baker, T. C. Nicholson, . . . . . . . ? .., .aOcts per quart. ';h
Miami; and 17 to 11 in favor of the West Co. grit. Mrs. Gen. HoHlohurst, Mrs.. C. J'. Hector. Cow peas, Whlpporwlll, Clay Red, Ladyflogcrs. Wonderful and Conct. Semi

'aim Beach team In the Boyton game. Mr. Hardesty, of Sebastian, is in town Major Powe, a brother of Louis Powe, for prices.. F.ullltuuk of Reliable Seeds: always( on bland\ .*

In the bicycle races here on the 3rd, this week helping to finish the new store who died very suddenly about a year tan. and-it.:.;*. 'L. CAMERON Seedsman N

i'ouns Souther won the boys race. John I building. ago, while riding with his wife from Mr. Here is a little ridctt to the history of 126 East, BaY'St., JACKSONVILLE. FLA. ,

"Jha Dutchman" won the five-mile race I Mrs. J. R. Leatherman, who has beenon Breese's residence to his homo, when the Shrewsbury church spire and the -. .--.r-----.. -_.. ... ......-. ". -- ... ... -
IUd Jesse flames the twenty-five mile the sick list Is improving slowly.'F. just below Major Magruder's,apparently Darwin memorial. I am told that while
Ir.ice.. leaned forward In the buggy, as If ex-
In the 26 mile several
race very '
Biard, falls made but hurt C. Gifford of Vero, was calling on amining something when he fell for it is undoubtedly true that the steeple
was no was
f cry badly. Qne friends here a few days ag" ward out of.the buggy and the wheel was damaged by the storm, and also that The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.
passed over his neck. Help was the Darwin memorial was then in contemplation -
The W. P. Beach team attribute their Mrs. King, accompanied by and It was found that he was C31100I it is aim true that the par-' a
defeat In the ball game: between W. P. Wigfleld, attended. a love feast. at Keuka the doctor pronounced It appoplexy. His. son of the damaged church was the on- :ID. SUTD QiOlTCr, O-oxx'l: 3MCo:; >zictBOX( *.

Ueach and Miami to the fact that Mr. over :Sunday:: remains were taken to Ansonia, Coon., ly one in Shrewsbury who had not sabsoribad (LATH: CHAPMAN &* SUDLOW.) '
iVnthony, the pitcher for W. P. Beach, Grace Leatherman has been on the for Interment. to the memorial. I cannot
ave completely out In the eighth inning several weeks. say South Jacksonville Florida. .
sick list for
thereby whether this is true, but it ought to. be. ,
allowing Miami to score nine
[rung, up to this, the score stood 12 for There and quite a number of Improve- Melbourne. London Truth. MANUFACTURER OF '
r. ments being made In this vicinity. As a I '
F.Beach II
against 0) for Miami.
result, croakers have taken the die back. OOODE A OOODK.:Heal Estate amt l.oanll. I FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and"Yegetatil .
T Agent( for ,Ktna, London and Liverpool mill Heat Ink ,
When in want of any kind of building Globe,and Imperial Fire In llrallC1e. Hpeolal ,
(material in car loads or otherwise, the lumber and other building ma- attention paid to the Interests of mm roiltlent -
Blunders' Supply Co., at St. 'Augustine.Krlll terial Buy direct from the Builders! Supply *. Black or red,W.one I'.pint UHDKBWOOH, postpaid, 10 s, and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material,
be delivereJrice cents... ,
pleased make you a Co., St. Augustine, and save the lumber-
|> at your station. You have no'1gent'a yard man's commission. HOTEL CARLETON iltnuteil MELBOURNE on a high bluff:, JT.A.llrnutllully overlooking .- Roseland, Flo. .Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dnst, Kanlt, Etc. Also' >
middleman's to
or commission
Fli-nt-clmi aovianuMlatlon -
|ay.. the*,.and Indian rate RJ* raiunnalile.JT. er." drove and Residence The :I1'aD1O: EEard.-Tl.DLo&: : :: :ElraD.c1 .

Courtenay.I ROBERTSON: Proprietor. Orange Ammonia. . .... .... d. .4 to 5 per cent i
I for Sale. Available Pbos. Acid..U( to 8 per cent J Bar .$20.OO Per Ton f
Roseland.Mr. I YOU 00 TO MELBOURNE: mil at the ....0.- Potash K 0. . . . . .0 to 7 per cent)
Not very much news for the ADVOCATE WHEN Bazaar,Mn. Chaa J.F.Campbell &I Co., Millinery A fine grove and garden property of Highest Commercial Value given our brands In the last Bulletin. Write foPrices. .
and Mrs. D. Cain have returned : this week ,and Notion woven, Underwear Dry Ooale Ferric'Ladlet/ Renown readymade 12 acres, fronting on the Indian River Orders for 3 tons and upwards for our brands will be delivered free ef alt r r
back to the roadat
thelr..vlslt and of and colored Blllu" and extending county freight charges to railroad depot on the East Coast at catalogue prices until
from to Woodley, report Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ragan, Banyan ed Corsets etc.,embroidery about 13! miles. south of any q
{nosqltoes so thick there that the weather spent from Saturday until Tuesday of souvenir. poors,stationery,etc. Titusvllle Sbarpes-known as the Brock place; further notice. ? 1rreu
Appears cloudy., this week visiting relations here.
500 bearing trees; good house, four I
C. V.Sherwood finds the Mallory Plantation The St. Augustine took up .13 passengers =:.- Subscriptions: taken for the Ar>- rooms and kitchen; servants' house and N
was damaged less by the big freeze / from Courtenay, on the 6th, to the VOC TR at the real estate office of Goode packing house. Price, f4, OO.OO. '
f.Han was at first supposed, and is ship Fourth of July celebration.. They all report & Goode. Apply to S.
ping more pines than he expected to. a pleasant time. Roomers A GRAHAM, K. Morsex
Mr. and Mr*. Harris and family movedto Attys. for owners == -x-
Owing/ to the boom In the tea bust ness, H. J. THEn left on Wednesday for Eau Gallle last Tuesday. -. Tltutvllle, Fla. '.
''Ir. L. C. Moore, of Ercildoune has Montreal, Canada.
pound it necessary to go to Chicago' ________ W. I. Metcalf and daughter, Miss May, :eE AIr ES-I.A.-: :
here he Is largely.Interested in the tea have returned to Palm Beach. TOBACCO SEED TO BE GIVEN ,

importing and grading Sebastian. Mr.: John Minor, of Tlllman, was In Away to any person who will plant It '
Piiulness han in this line is much betters. now town the other day, Ibop lng. in Brevard county. Call at the ADVOCATE ntuaaxx, :Dad.o co., :I1'LOE1.EnA.: : '
f for some time.' office Titusvllle, and get some. I
R. G. Ilardeo spent the 4th in Titusville. J. W. Conners, of Griffiu, Ga., finds
Or send to postage.
house to stamp pay AGENT FOR LANDS OF
Carlton pleasant
Hotel a very -
.IF YOU NEED Good, Reliable and at. He arrived In town last Tues .. ..._ .. .
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[VKlely-read Newspaper, Subscribe for Robt. Hastle of MIcco, was here Florida Kant'Coast Railway Company,
week selling pine pI.
day.Mr.. L. C. Moore, of Roseland, passed Florida Coast Line Canal A Transportation Company,
Go've held divine services > NEW YORK
Rev. S. F. through here Monday, on his way to Boston &; Florida Atlantlo Coast Land Company. r
23T: If need we and evening, Bundaylast.
you any job printing, here, morning on a business and pleasure
haJJ be pleased to get: a share of it. Murray E. Hall has a bran-new wagon. trip. -. .- -. -.. -. --..-- -....- ..--.. .. .. -'" --. .- -

The Epworth League had a very Interesting Last Wednesday evening Rev. W C. TAILORING CO. Awarded Quid Medal and Diploma nf Honor at Cotton Bute and International Exposition Ldp
port: Pierce. meeting last Sunday evening. Barnes delivered splendid lectureon Atlanta Ga., Isuo. \ .

The stars and stripes floated gaily at tlcon India,pictures beautifully, at Illustrated the Congregationalchurch. by'stereop-.

w. J. Tucker spent the Fourth 'at several flag staffs here on the 4th. POPULAR PRICE TAILORS. TIDE H. HAMMOND COMPANY
took to Mala
utusville. 'Stanley Hitching a party
I Miss Mollie Kavanangh; of Chattanooga t
I bar in the "Widow," on the 4th. V. .. .
Capt. Oeo. Saunders was up on a visit Ga., sister of Mr. R. Kavanaugh, --
f o hU folks II. J. Charles, of Jacksonville, was Is a guest of Hotel Carlton. .expects .
Sunday.Mrs. \ I here this week. to spend a month or so'with her brotherat We Carry the Largest and PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.
Alice Burns and Mr Tony Naido this place.J. .
of Stuart, spent
ere married Mr. Curd Schroder,
Monday nightThe here this week, visiting Honnton May, of Cocoanut Grove, Most Complete Line
several day. Neb. III .
South Omaha *
ReY. Hammond, Ind., Chicago,
Mr. Tresca held service in friends.Robt.. came up last Saturday to upend II few
f he Methodist church, Sunday, to large days with his friend Alex. J. Goode and Salesrooms, 271 West. Bay St., Thou. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville, Fla.
home Monday,
ongTegattone.We Roberts returned left for Koekledge Thursday, to attendto of Suitings and Trouserings

have had*some refreshing rains from Middle Florida. his orange grove at thai place. Markets Advancing Rapidly on Lards, Hams' and Bellies. ; ,

ateiy which has cooled off the air con- Mr. S. Hitching is having his warehouse Mrs. Chan. Campbell Is having a new in the State.
Fritz Light has chargeof .....
iderably painted.
kitchen built and men are working and Writeis,iec :Jor Prjoe .
the work.S. .
Meson cleaning up the ground In her pr4ltOraD"e .
Dittmar, Davis and Merrlw '
bad a narrow escape grove. Her grove looks well, .- -- "- ---- -- -- -- '
, ether, left where KI blnjlIltore T--
Monday for ,. down a few have bad., $t8 and $20
JJey are building a store for W. KltchThe' from being burned fire showing the good care they Salts to Order

started days agoIt:, but it Is is not thought known/ that how It the MOM The schooner Queen, Capt. Chester Trousers to Order $'',and $y JOB PRIN'rINC y
Fourth of July was celebrated combustion. McFadden, arrived from Nassau last .
aturday at the school house,. by songs. from spontaneous the Sunday rooming, with Mr. and Mrs. Samples sent by mall. .
Peeches and recitations. Messrs.Hodge, Abont flftr of our citizens spent Thompson and family on board, who OF ALL KINDS ':Ii'; ;
'.ewjs and Dr. Platt, made appropriate 4th on the stores of the bburnt hunting now Intend to make"Florida their future NEW YORK TAILORING COMPANY, s i' y

,|Pecnes for the occasion.: The exec turtle getting lun 'iJJS home. Executed at the A ., '."
lsea following and captains? Vo. 17 EUt Bay Street
were opened by the reading of the The boats "
Sam Kr. OoweO D. Smith left here on the :' ';* :
JecIaraI10Q I ttll1ar.. of IAdepeDdnce *r' A.. C. over Boone parties; Mayflower: White Kate,Elephant.Will Braddock; St. Augustine Monday morning,' bound Jacksonville. '. Florida.: .. ADVOCATE. PRINTING OFFICErr.Z"t / /.






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1'1.:'t w.... A OB. .. $, _rgniL MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

Young Gerald Da Manrier's declaration Florida East Coast Ry

that; his father always pronouncedthe Florida New York.

name) Brengali with the accent on Philadelphia and Boston. Tim TaM Urn. .-O.nr_Wd .."... SV .,.

\ I the first syllable comes late, but it is Salllnc from Brunswick, Ga., dlreet to :New York. I

interesting in view of the different PASSENGER SERVICE. SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down). lfOftTK BOUND IReW Us). -

I method which has prevailed here. When Fernantllna. F. C. P. Ry. and Cumberland Route o sranLv 0 3uJ81U ,

"Trilby" firs 1A Ran to be popular, Li Jacksonville 8.16 a m Lv. Fernandlna 1.30 p ujj; ArBrnn.wlclt ::::::- 'i1 .... :::::: ..... J* 1-' *Ve .ATAr. :::::- -'
PERSONALITIES. people with the usual! 6.80p m. Dully except; Sunday. ...... ....i: T2 :::::: .:.....&> Aoenann*.......119. : TCU* ...... :.. .
some acquainted Via Everett,all tall F.C.& P. Ky and Bo- LT Jackson ..1... :: ...... ...... ...... >...... : ......ArAr. ... ...... ...... .....
method of pronouncing Slavic names 4.00 Ar bntnswlnk 7JO m. Daly. l'.engerl ... ...._... ......... .
g nvllle p rat p ...... ....... .. .. .. 1& .. ...... -
a W. O. Whitney's children it Is Mid, spoke Srengali with both feet on the allowed on board for supper Thursdays. ...... ...... ...... ...... .. ..r._.... .tlla........ ...... .::.:: ::: .
t we still wholly unreconciled to hii mar ...... ...... ...... ...... ....-..<.guana...,.......LvAr""n"i 4.t ...... ...... ...:;.
h P first syllabi That was. promptly declared .. ..... ........ ..' ..... ...
g=age. an'affectation, and the "a" in PROPOS) SAILINGS .t c.::. ...... ..... ...... .. M t....!t'.Cv] 1 : ... :..... :::: .
Lord Salisbury turns the scale at 259pounds. Lv.:New York,Pier 21 E. H.,3 i30p. m., Standard Time.) Lv.Brunswick., ...... / ...... ..... ..... Gn...?...-.*. Mate*........,Ar.bv. .. ..A... ..... ...... .. ::.
the name broadened out until it was a ...... ...... ..... .....; ..........Os' _tL..A.. li ...... .. ...
Mr. Gladstone' on the other Friday July 2............................BTATK O..TEXA8........................ .Friday. July 9Friday ...... 1 .... ..... ...... .. t... ......... I .. :. ...
loot wide t .... :::
.. ... ......... .... ..... .y.n. N l,7 : ::::
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nly 1I. .....h...... RIO ORANDK .rld..y.JlllyI8Frtdky. ...... t ...... ..... ...... N ...... ...... .. 1 ...... ..
hand weighs less than 117 pounds Mr. Du Manrier's statement is probably July 18..:........................STATE OF TEXAS.................:.....Friday,July 2S ...... ............ ...... ...... ...... .. JIIIv ..... ........ ..:..: ..
:: .. ::
There Friday July 28..............:............. RIO GnANDE..r.! ... ..Friday, July 30 .... .,..... ....... to r, ...... :
are now only] two ex-jndge. in founded on the beet possible authority Friday July 80.............................COLORADO... ............?...........Friday Aug.e ........ *........:.Ifi--'l. : ......... ...... ........... ......... .....:
4 England. These surviving ez-ooonpanU and 1* is far more in accord with :For general information, steamers, trains rates etc. apply to any railroad agent or toCHA8. ri :::,. M .........*..V r-I 1**'......'. to Ie ...... ...... ...... .....:
of the bench are Lord Field and Sir EdWard :the .general practice in 'names of this .DAVIES,Agent,230: W.Bay St.Jacksonville. ...... ** ...........Oeova............ ....- ...... ...... ......::
H.H. RAYMOND General Southern Brunswick fla. ...... ..... N ......... .I....... ..... ...... ...
Fry.; character..l fbnetana, the Bohemian composer C.H.MALLOKY,General, Pier HO,11:.River Agent,and anil Broadway:N.Y. -... ............ ........ 'ff t .... ...... ...::: ::::::'
r Two that appeared in isasaa11y called 8meta-na with Agent ...... ..,. :..,:: M .......... .$ ...'.... M ..... ...... ,
names recently ,. > ...... :: ........... b.naw........ II ..... ...... :::::: :::::a
the records 6t transfers of real estate in the aooent'cn.'the: antepenult, although ...... ......... _....... .. W fila ...... ...... ...... .
I ...... ,. ......... ....... 10 ..
Rochester were those of Educated M. the nama. lib others off the Slavic origin ....... ...... N_
.... It 8.. taat..:........ s .. ... _.. _
Learned and Christ Amborn. real b. the accent on the first .....". ......5::: 00s : :.....::... aroe.... : ..;... _..: ::::::
L syllabi and Is pronounced Smetana. ...... ... ........... ea.,.......:: Co. ...... ..... .: .110.......
Sigrid Arnoldson recently] recelred ... It .......... __ ....... 'If ...... ...... ::;: li;
''I from the Grand Duke of Reese the gold The authority this pronunciation of ....t. .4IIp .... ...... 4Ita : .. .......$taarl..... ,.'J S ...... ...... ....:: '
t the name .. the composer himself whowrote ...... .... ... .#u. :...:... AUols ... : ".. ...... .._. ...... lit!If
; I model for art and science after singing ...... fOIP..... :,.... 118. ........Itob.Sor.d....... ..,.... ...... ...... lau;
' 'Carmen" at the Darmstadt Court theater. to a London newspaper once that : ...... .... ... .1Iia ......'.M Jnpit.r....... (W........ ...._ ......11.0;
his name should be read like the open ...... ....::1010" .. ..:; :: Riv4er": ....... ....." ...... 11 li,.
...... ..... dl MaA>....W..1 Palm Beaea....I.T. ............. ...... .
More than 80 member of'the' ing notes of one of Beethoven's symphonies ...... ,14p... .. .141ap Li0JCort *-.... ,. -.< ...... .............. His
Chicago in which the accent falls on the I sop ..... Lauderdale..... 8 ...... ...... ...... TilsS2"
bar aro negroes. The first negro to be .. A 4 OOp ....,..Jjemo City.,.,... 1 =! ...... .... .. I
admitted to the bar in the state of Illinois first When note.it .... ::.:. 48UpAr............ '..........LT. I ............ ::.... tlteA.
was at first proposed to act"Trilby
- : was Lloyd G. Wheeler who was ,," somebody suggested that the *acriJ */ W. BRANCH. TraIn.83,M, If and Tl, b.twe.a Jack.
admitted in 1869., + ... TSfoTS:!STo7 :OBTtlle and B'. Anfnstlne dally
correct pronunciation: of the hypnotist'sname 0. Train *18, betwesa MiaaU and
:M. Francois Coppee's fondness for aNy Bp 10 (BSC iV..Hew omyroa."*.*.*.Ar.jv TTS; PI.....*dair)!,. ....... Fort
should be IMP
and the
given characterbe q.r ... I .1 Train ** ..IiIlD..I.
/lOp 11 ......Lake Helen. Lv.LT .1/ BOp Flero. and.
: cats as pets is so well known that called Sven-gali, but nobody concerned I 1\1 pii 82. .Orange Olty..LT.: i3 I9p 8 Blip Miami 5'I, ly.eio.pl lfoadat.16p .

, there was great fitness in placing his would listen to the proposal, and it r I 11 Ar.....Orange Clt7..Ly.Illlp. ,: a asp tine'Trains
oW name first upon the jury of awards at was voted down as a piece of affectation

,, ow the recent cat show in Paris. and ignoranoe. Young Du Maurier's Ta..s.._r

A French Canadian couple .Louis announcement shows that his father .

\ ,w 'Darwin and his wife now living In\St.as knew more about the correct pronunciation "BISCAYNE" .. e

/ Paul recently oelobrpted the eightieth of the name than any of those subsequently

anniversary their marriage. The husband .: concerned in the play', pro appointed to Perform llenl .as fallows:

is 107 years of age, and his wife duction her*.-New York Sun. -
Leave MIAMI and ,
10:30: p. m. Wednesdays Saturdays oonneotlne! win Train SX
Is 101. ,
Photography.One rl Loan fclT WET 3:M. a. m. Tuesdays Bad Piidays.
Jean de Zteszke the famous is
tenor or two practical novelties have Oonneotlng at JsQaial with Train 1 Ti, followinf nornlnm
f. s rich man and is said to have made >..
been brought forward M.
by Artlgue
\4', $99,000 on his racing stable alone last a J.P.BJDU1LWITH, '.D. BAHWXR. ,
photographer; in Paris which axe used ......
TraM.Mwagsa: Gel& P..rasn Ags.l,
7 year. Bis artistic career has been crown successfully in the production of M ,.. AwvasMiM, .)% .
ed with enough achievements. to satisfyany '
manent prints from photographic negatives. 4,

'--1. man. Prominent in these is a peculiar

The late Judge Elmer 8. Dundy of kind of printing paper, covered with a The florida (Central & peninsular gailrqai
,U 1 the federal court for the district ofNebraska gelatinous substance, which has the SAFETY I COMFORT I QUICK TIME I LOW RATES .

at time had himself
:. one oar property of becoming indissoluble if exposed
ned to court while suffering with a broken Finest Cuisine and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.
to light, in proportion to the Short Line between Florida and all Northern Points.
The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers :
leg to prevent another judge from &mountl.ot light allowed to act upon It. Everett Savannah Augusta Ca., Columbia. Washington. Baltimore ;

trying the base.President This paper comes in rolls or sheets, but. "Comanche" (new> "Algonquin "Iroqnols Cherokee "Semlnole." Philadelphia, New York. Boston and the East.

Diaz, since his recent fifth not sensitized, it being necessary to dip Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga. Nashville, Louisville Cincinnati

inauguration, has been on a tour of the It; first into a 5 per cent'solution of bi and Chicago.
NorthBound.Steamers Everett Birmingham Holly Springs Memphis, Little Rook \Kansas City, St
country.. Ik was a triumphal tour, for chromate before using The sensitized
are appointed to sail according to the tide.
> Sioux
Louis Chicago City.River
.everywhere the popular president was I sheet of paper is placed in a printing From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (call .IIg at Charleston:: ), Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Fensacola Mobile New Orleans Texas, & ex Ice, Californli
received with great acclaim by assembled frame, 'under the negative in the usual From CHARLESTON 8. C., k Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.For Junction .
1 hour of sailing see "Clyde Line"Schedule,or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers. and:the. Pacific Coast. Effective May' 1O, 1897.
thousands. the
way, exposure taking place under .
.:No. 38 leave JwkimTllle "
New York Ez re.
The celebrated Professor Agasslj, artificial light and for a few seconds on SouthBound.Steamers _1_ 2 8:18: a. m., daily, with Through ViiMmui

'when offered higher salary if he would ly. The operator has no way of telling are appointed! to sail from Pier 28, East River, New York, at 3 p. m., as follows i rWMT1 mNm e A SE., Sleepers for Savannah Columbia, New AVaohlnrtoD, and all
eBaltimore, Philadelphia
when the print Is sufficiently Fort'HARI.KHTON.S.C. Mondays Wednesdays and Fridaye.ForJACKsONVILLEFA.calling yog
y' ienunuiu.
remove to another position than the one ; 0 0 x. Eastern point Connects for
he was so laboriously] and faithfully filling for the picture. will.not show until development Charleston), Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays.. 0 W" rn.ma Arrives Jacksonville 9:30 p.m. i

replied, "I Cannot afford to waste practice being the only guide Clyde New England and Southern Lines (Q"1'elght'only.) w"' cx. for I New York Fast Mall No. 35l HX..,
time in this operation. In "bringing out" + Awe Jacksonville 7:00 1'. m. dally for SBIIIB nnnn-
my ,making money (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) a I .rn point Carries through Sleepers' Jackwn
the two three of .4
I Mr. Swinburne's mother who. was picture or quarts sawdust STEAMERS "OHO.. W. CLYDE" AND "DELAWARE," uvnxs vllle to New York. No. all arrive. Jacknonvllle
are mixed into a fluid mass with appointed to sail .as follows: 5 .yf7 9aoa.m.Cincinnati.
:' burled in the lovely] little cemetery of
sufficient warm water; a thermometer From foot of Hogan Street Jacksonville, From Lewis' Wharf Boston, .-
I Bonchnroh recently, was.a very charm r mUUSDAXB. FRIDAYS.Clyde's No M, Ia!
is used to stir the mass, which ought to it c F v and Jacksonville
{ ing and delightful woman. Even at her ,- ist Jacksonville T-00 p m.,via Everett, Macon" At
advanced she be used at about 80 degrees F., the temperature _. ;, lanta Chattanooga, Connects for Inlsvlin
was considerably -
ago "p
of the mixture remaining stationary Nashville. St Louis Chicago and all northnan,1 >
over 80-she preserved a keen interest 8 4 C train arrive
River 0 western points. Returning
t t' in literature and art. because of the sawdust used. St. Johns Line. y /s,, r CKSDNYILLE Jacksonville 8.10a. m.

!,, The exposed print is first dipped into '
o ra..n a. --
'j.1 Judge Stephen Noal, who wrote the cold water to make it soft and is then (DE BARY LINE) Route. Pullman .
Asheville Through
. fourteenth amendment to' the constitution fastened' to a plate of plain glass by Jacksonville, Palatka Banford,Kntedrrlse, Fla.and intennedtate'landlnga\ on the St.John's River. a uL P .4 Car service for Cincinnati via 81"r.1n., .

resides in Lebanon Ind., and is in clamps. A can filled with' the sawdust taroks'. + r bra Asheville Hot Springs, Knoxvllle thrr-.
of None
his eightieth year. The amendment, was and water mixture is''then taken and I Steamer -WELAIA": 9P y e N the Carolina.Celebrated Leaves Mountain Jacksonville Country 7.00 p m.-AiM .

I..... written in his office at Lebanon and was poured over the print the picture.coming CAPT. W. A. SHAW. a x l a o v, < tp Jacksonville Ives Cincinnati 9:10 7.40 a m.a. m. Returning arrim
submitted to the congressional commit-
out slowly if the exposure has been

J" tee by Congressman Godlove 8. Orth. proper but if it appears too fast it is because Leaves Jacksonville, Is appointed. .to Ball' .as follows. Tuesdays i and Saturdays. at 3.30 p. m own w vt'w '1 -

Signor Marconi whose use of the of overexposure and cooler mixture Leaves Banford Mondays and Thursdays at 4.00 a. m- mt. Only line Through the Item Iful HB

electrostatic system in telegraphy hascreated !eat once used. d rr Country KMMnbla of Dr Middle ave Florida Jacksonville. rf"1'" :"18'>'''...II4 IU >

I extraordinary interest in Eng Of the 4 for Lake City Live Oak Madison, "ohttrell'8
The Keely Motor. Cen'l! Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonyllle. ( Tallahassee River Junction. Pensacola, MobW! .
\ land, is some under 80. He is a FLORIDA
years CENTRAL Mexico Ui>
, d New Orleans,and the southwest
*typical Italian in appearanoe. He la the A 'visitor, described as a scientist and t y';' fornia and the Paciflo Coast. Carries SleepsPENINSULAR *

pupil and protege of. a prominent Italian from London, has been to see the Key JMO.L. HOWARD. Superintendent F.M.IRONMONGER JR.,Fla Pa .. Alt.. R.R. r'} No.1 arrives Jacksonville 1:65: a.m.
motor and describes himself in the Foot Hogan 8t. 21M We.t Day Bt .
i electrician and ,took his invention JACKSONVILLE. FLA. sad Cenntctlons. ,-

t: to England to sell it there. London Globe as greatly impressed withit "" A. Leaves Jacksonville 9:16..m. for StarkH, ..I

.; and of the opinion that Mr. Keely THBO.. O. E ONl.T.M., W.H.TVABJUTBTOK,B.P.A., M. H. CLYDE,A.T.M. M'alt' ORlOlll tboroe Silver Spring Ocala, GatnesYW Cede.'V.

.i'r'+'; FOREIGN STAGE GLINTS. "has certainly] discovered a new force, 5 BOWLING GREEN NEW YORK: ,....._V .rw, x. Orlando Lawoochee. Ieesbur Dacle Tavar City 1'1'. pap4 I G11
which ought eventually to be of Inestimable 'Tampa Arrive Jackeonvllle4:15p.iii.
WM. P. CLTDK A CO., General' Af nts, and
value in the workshop of the 0 Bowling Green,New York. 1. So. Delaware AT. :NASHVILLE KOUTE-Thronirh' Pullman !! Via lI'V8I'8tt. Macon AtlanU
'Spiridon Xyndas the Greek dramatic ,Fhlladelphlsv. Chattanooga. Leave Jacksonville NeelovUle 7.00 next p. m. Leave Nahd4D
has died at the of 84. world. The motor is now of inestimable .. m.| arrive Jacksonville 8:10 Brunswick .
composer, age
I \ value, that being the particular 8:18 .. m.-Leave Jacksonville for by the Cumberland Route steamer and uwberland

Francisqne Saroey, the Parisian critic that! all it. London Bound. I
thing seems to The and quietest 101I"
for Everett. Close connection for Brunswick. Shortest
participated in a recent cab accident gentleman saw Mr. Keely's wheel go 8raiP.M.-Local: for Tallahassee and Intermediate points. Arrive Jackeunvtlle4:15p.m!';
: but escaped injury. 9:40 p.M. I'or Tampa and Intermediate point Pullman sleepers. Arrive Jacksonville'J. ,
round and was amazed, as were the oth. Through Sleepers. for Cincinnati via Asheville, leaves Jacksonville 7.00 p. m., arrive A" 1
I Stanislaus Rzewuakl ban written a er scientists present, who found no evidence vlUe ..t5p.m.,arrives Cincinnati '1.40.. m.

: ; t !A' new play "Le Fils de l'E clave," for of the working of any power they -s- For"Macon Atlanta two Trains Dally. Leave Jacksonville 8:15: .. m.and 7:00 p. m.
,, t SouthernRailway. OT SUMMER RATES to Excursion Points-In effect June 1st.
I; -the Paris Bodiniore.The ." knew of, but yet felt sure they were in Pullman Sleepers on all Night Trains. Parlor cars between Jacksonville and Tampa.
famous Parisian1 Cafe Chat Noir the presence something wonderfuland ff Send for Best Indexed Township Map of Florida to.
I :w will be closed, it is said, at the expiration beyond their comprehension. Mr. Traffic Manager. General Passenger A?

.I ') of the present lease., Keely explained but did not help matters .

t', The profits of the Comedic Francalsein his explanations being "couched ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST WHITE.VHBOtrox .

,r 't't 'I" in 1890 were 600,000 francs A socio-. in hopelessly obscure language." The The Trunk
.1 taire share is now worth 2-.000.tranc. moat the visitor could make out was : TTJXUCAN DRAWING BOOK OA S,' DINING DAB, Tropical
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\ that the wheel was kept in motion "by
r M. Burbot the operatic tenor who occult allied in ':J,,, THOBOUOHT COACHSS: : ,. VB8TIBTJLED: : : TRAINS.:
it sympathy a certain
originated the title part 'in Gounod's way to the elements, of music." Jacksonville Tampa & Key West ,Railway
Y, ,"Faust," has died in France at the age
Mr. Keely may never perfect his JOSEPH H. DURKEE: Receiver.
.- \ mysterious apparatus, but he has at least .
M. Halancler of the Paris SOUTH _NORTITlmeTable (-_
I ; ex-manager far interested
no the public that if he in Effect May 15.91. .
No. xa Nee f 0.23 18.No.
21. No.
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Opera under whoso direction tho pros4nlt should write his autobiography truthfully TWO DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE EAST. :=::::::: i N \ L x1
"" a ip LT. ... ...JACKSONVILLE........Ar 80 m i 8i ji i
houso was opened in 1875 has died and in clear and lively languageit ..... ... Mixed liMp ... ... ? ...orange Park.... ......... IIM.m slap U' Nlyd
r Aged 78 years. might and readers. The world wouldbe ..... MoW') 016p 9ISa... ..... ...,.M Peoria .. ............. '840.m e09pm71Ie.Wand
'<1 Washington and,Southwestern Limited.! ........ Fri .... Magnolii............... .......... .... ...... TbIl.
t. '. .- Sarah Bomhardt has a .new play glad to know more about his ma- .. ... .. .. ...... 948 P 10 l6. .'. .:....Green Cove s"rings..... ... 8 09. m 545P m tit II
adapted from the English by Eugene i chine, and as he and his experiences And the United States Fast Mall. ........ ...... .. ........ .... .. .... ... .lIo twtck. .. ..... ... ... .. ." "
........ 11 1l0a loop 103lla.. .... ..... ..P1IJatk........ .. ... 800ain 60f1pm 9ffip124lp ; .
/, :Morand and Maroel Schwob for production and intellectual processes seem a very .. ...... : 123fp I12'Ja. .. .. ......Aat.um... .. ... ....?..... f21l.m f21pm IS/
" .', next season.Hauptmann's. important part of it, it might prove OSLT 31 HOW lAOXI01fVILLE TO wASHIffGrTOK .. ...... Ramp 11411p 116na .. ... .........Pomona..... ........... flf.m fit pm i3+Pl .
...... .. asp 1:108.: 11 !lOa ....Creaoent CltrJunction.- M18 a m 3 11pm 12:'
I j last play, "Die Versmnkone ready to acquaint itself with them.- ONLY 27 HOURS JAOKBOHVILLB TO HEW YOKE:, ........ 220p 1223. 120'la.. .............Bevllle........:... ... 3t11.m 343 pm ...
Harper's Weekly ........ 8ta plot. 123a .. .. ...DeLeon 8prlngs....... ... 3l1'l.m 8118pm Id7'412p : :
Qlocke is to be seen at the \ ........ llla1240p .............. Glenwood .........,..... 216am 284pmlOd'

r, +. Paris Theatre de 1'CEnvre, under title '.. Gabbles BoOd TssMbvled Trains...pe..d.1Lat..12.t>r..... Palisnair Sle...la|Cm _. .... tUm. ...... ......... fillip .130... ... 1288p..... ......?Bereaford............. ''240.m.. 2i111pm .13I'..:.-

,I of Lee Cloche Englontie." A London that fog Oara-ihtM without oU.ace to Waehiastoe. 1taI"--.... ........ 416p.520p.. .. ..,1240aty.. ...........De"--" -.......:{L.Ary....... '211pm Ill! P 111.... .

Mme. Savary of' the Paris Theater paper says .one afternoon Philadelphia.Kew York sad the aria ......... 1113 P ..:..... f2 ....I' .... .. Ente'1'rt. : .. ..... :::;::..:: 12M: B m ...
a gorgeous motor car, used by a ........ ..... ... ... ..... 4 2 pAr :.........TITVSVU.LE.. ..... Lv t104o a/ll. .
Blano has sued Marie Doha for 18,400 .
ft : francs alleged to be due for dramatic firm for advertising purposes, decked THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM : 5.;:;:::: :::::::: ::::: ::: :::. :::;:;:::Sorrento::::.::::::::::.::::: ::::; : ,

t with a driver and a footman in gold SLEEPING CARS BE ......... ...... .. ........ 34Op....... .......Mc.Dora................ ........... lI:111amoo: J
\ instruction. Mlle. :Delna asserts that all laced uniforms, was speeding along TWEEN JACKSON y>LLE AND ... .. 406p&r.......... .. ll..L. .49111am.. ;
: claims are paid. : Stoke Newington road when the machinery NASHVILLE. ...::::. 'e Ou p 116'. .1 4Op Ar..........:;...8tutford...........Lv 118 Am 1110 P /II .30'

oIr Arthur W. Pinero's new fire act comedy suddenly gave a sharp crack Through Sleeping Cars Jacksonville :::::.::: :::::::: :::::)'::.Altamonte..Wlnter Springs.-Part.,.: :::::::: :::
will to that "ro Dally to ........ ........ ..230a 80111' ...:: : :: : ...Orla..do...... .::...:.. 121'lp ea 12111.10.:.
attempt and broke down. The liveried
.' prove attendants .. ...... ........ .... ...KJ..lmm. "
mance is not the exclusive possession of were obliged to descend from the Cincinnati, via Asheville Through the ...... .. ....,.. Ar...,,,". ....Bartow Jo..Lv........ .... ..

: the costume play neither is strong human vehicle and it "LAND ........ ..... I25A 52f1p ... .. .. .. ....Lalre........ ............ .94ep'q .40.10.
push slowly along OF THE, SKY. ...... .. ........ t 131 a 746p .... ? .Bartow...... ...... ... tlMpm 910am: ..
I interest the monopoly of the so behind. A number of cabmen in the .,...... I o6pkr...,......Pinta Gorda..... ....L.1I3Opan oo ,

called problem play." neighborhood promptly entered into the Vera..D.d 1at.r..Y.a ea to rah..aa.d.1... ....,4.g ear s..wwU..a .... ,megM ............... .. .00. 8 flip A.r..Tam..L lOOPDl'(' lOCI am ......- .
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humor of the situation and formed rtyS.os.ttk.eo.9a..a ...&..1'.. ..._....... .. .... .VV. 540. 7OSpAr..POnTaap..v:: :;:: ..7Mam...';

f :rIae Last "... themselves into a of ..... :, Thars 10 flop ... ...... .Port Tampa...._., .Ar. ::1130 p m'ThIl.' ...aad tIO.
procession, one ........ ,,1 !PU
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t "So you are looking for a situation?'! them performing an imitation of a dead L. A. UEXnCAH, VMste rasa Agt, flit Wed 1Ra7 Rise.., Jswksoavm 1 U.I.H.KAI.DWIO.. ...... .. ..""c. SI aAr. ... ... .....Key..Ha.Wat..1Lv....... .. .......Lv 1230p S30pinWol.an Wed..ndlW

said tho lady at the door. march on an old trumpet which he had 1. K. OULl''. w, L ., .
TUAR.r Dally. t Daily ezcept Sunday. .
"Ye 'JD." said the tramp, touching picked up somewhere. wa.e jtr Ara 4La.Pasa Ate. TraJ11A.' ud 32 carry Trough Pullman Buffet Sleeping' ("a... ..
e t his hat : R. a ass Indian River steamers(new line)lean Tttn..m. IIODdaJ'Wed }.end Friday T..
1 Coen, Roekl.dg.. Pau Gaffe.XelboQroe ud Intermediate Indian 81..?. Re
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fK I ,"What; place did you last fill? With the growing' demand for Marie leave Melbourne iueada).Thtlr day and Saturday,T a m.army at I"'U" l.ao p.\Do

"Me stomach ma'am."with another >Antoinette fashions come clocks with cola .....,...Jllek.UIe dallr: ...:12 a ID. Am.... .. BawtllorDe .s UIII. Gal Iarrlvea
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t LMobnra a.32. BrooknUIe lie fII p m. Train ieleaving kloa.ON al /
hat.-YODbI'l States ,
touch of the. sid pieces, said to be exact reproduo- as Oakw. fCltl a ID.. "" .: 'Tarpon Springs s:i16 p.01.. CltarYacer.

man. '- -- tisoa The ADVOCATE does all kinds of Job. Printing. .... 15&W.htan'11:30 B. OOJTIlf.! a.....daD7 UNp'Banda y. G. D. ACEERLT:

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TO. POIU A.. POTATO. THE SENATOR'S COW. ITSr- I Invite Attention to Complete Stock of
;your my
.. Spring and Summer Resorts on the East Coast R'1Tbe ,
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..-4.. seal' tk* W sjr WNT B. Bold Her Jar ILIa""'tf. and Often BC .- .. HARDWARE and CROCKERY 4
N to Good 1awk-pt.ST.n ..tMl It Aftwrwwd. '

{ so simple .a matter as the When in a certain legislative proceeding Glassware Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods Stoves, Tinware, Gran-
I East Coast Railway to Miami. The Miami A Key West Steamship
there is a, right and Iteware sash and blinds and Builders' Hardware .
g of a potato it was proposed to make an appropriation doors water coolers, Ice cream Line to Key West.
way which followed out lead in a aeries of expenditures freezers: Quick meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves; garden tools, Y
off alt iii as diverse as the methods of that never came to an end the Hon. plows and harrows, paints and oils Fruit jars and Jelly glosses, poultry netting KEY WEST-Hotel Key West, $4 and upward, special weekly and commercialrates.
ation.. The careless cook after a Philetus Sawyer, then United States and. barbed wire, Open entire year A. M. Taylor, Manager. General offices: bt. Augustine.C. .

?,which she!?calls"parin"-during: senator from Wisconsin, said that theca Harrison Bros Ready Mixed Paints.;; B. KNOTT,
h she gouges and slashes and robs e reminded him of a cow that he Tin Shop ronnortion with stora. Large Galvanized I Iron Tanks a Special 1 General Superintendent Florida East Coast Hotel System.Travelers' .
esculent of much of its nntrl- once had on his farm. He told the story ty. Made to onlor and an cheap MI the ordinary woolen OD...... Contracts taken anywhere In the
poor onnty for tin rooting, Muttering etc. fleam write me for ITlrew. I aollult __
it in a kettle of nwpeottnUy a portion s -- -- -
ement -puts thus: "Once, when we were living on of your i>at.n>iLHno. Mall Orders given Prompt and Careful Attention Jmd Inquiries for
water, because that is handiest, the farm, a man came along \and want- prices! answered promptly '
it over the fire and leaves it to ed to buy a certain cow. I offered him :3MC.: 3D. a-R uEIEJB.: :: llote1..c'G G

i whether it boil dry and escapes another but nothing would do but the West Palm Boaoh Fla.IIO1VIESEEKERS. .
its martyrdom a seared and smoky one he had pointed out. Then I told

rr of dinner or oooks)until a BOdpMty him that that cow was one I had givento Bay Street Jacksonville Fla. .
mess of fragments that would my wife, and that I could not sell it
the/somewhat vitiated taste of a without her consent This hotel 1s now under now management, ant has been thoroughly renovated
quadruped 'of the genus throughout. .
feroufl 'Well said the man, 'wouldn't. she .
That, needless ,to say ia ,the sell the ?' =
' Bus meets all Train, and Elootrto Cars pass door. Bath rooms and nil r
; tag way and this the right: "I went into the house and asked my 4 t Conveniences on every floor. '
tare the potatoes with a sharp regent wife if I should sell the cow. .
, knife, just as thin ai possible, for Oh, yes,' she said, 'but I want the Who arc Seeking a' Home in the OPEN ALL THE YEAR. |

t part of the tuber lying close to the money.' Itntea.merlcan Plan, 12 to $:J.50; European, OOo to '1. Special b1 the week )lw

' ii richest in mineral salts, and put "I sold the cow for f30: ,
i gave my Mrs. FINLEY, Proprietress. '
L potato as peeled into span of oold wife $A and said: South ''should. a to the undersignedfor

' to prevent discoloration. Have 'Call on JWt when you want more.' k4

meanwhile, a kettle of boiling "Then after that, when my wife =- e,.. y::1.. M
and when the peeling process .isplate wanted a dress, a bonnet or money to a copy of the 1 3'1 re f Ii _

take the potatoes from the oold get a wedding present, she would ask: .. !
and covering them with boilingted me for some of that cow money. I had = 1 q?i I' i!%4 l J f ffp ++

water, set them on the range, oov- paid her several thousand dollars of it Florida East Coast Homeseeker.We t i .

_j to boil. Twenty minutes will usuj and.wondered when the credit wouldbe a ( ![#lI11 .. k
guffloe, but to test them use a skewer exhausted when we built a house. 1 r'i a
fork, and when they can be pierced Then it had to be furnished. We figured -.. i 0-5 "S.5

ill remove at once from the fire, pour up what the cost t!would be of the things 5 -
have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing and for '
them the \ h'ig
water and set on !
all the we wanted and found that it amountedto
tic of the range, uncovered, to steam several thousand dollars. I said: Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest in the United States. ::E1 i It1 !1t! p l

t assisting that process occasionally 'Wife, I'll pay you the balance of Apply to ,,, e wMai .

fa slight shaking of the kettle. that cow money, and you can pay for ,
t one asks the reason why potatoes furnishing the house with it.' JA_ S. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner JE3Si t IJUsf g t '

aid always be cooked in boiling wart "It was a bargain and at last the FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y .
try the following experiment forxf cow deal was over. The animal cost me 5; a..Sj I .
; Take two cups, in each of which not far from $30,000, but it.was all ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. f g4 i :\ :I I Ka J ..... k, "
9 been put a teaspoonful of ordinary right.Youth's Companion.What ;
:! Iitf
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h. Pour over one a quarter of a '- r t
tu1 of boiling water and over the Fuziled Him. ;1; : r I w'd [;i '

er: the some quantity of cold water Half a dozen young fellows.who were FREYER & BRADLEY ,MUSIC COMPANY :f! al' ,, U. '''.1
d 1 observe the result. The one over bound for New York met together on I "

blob the boiling water was poured board an ocean steamship. When about! (Successors to THE A.. B. CAMPBELL CO.) r' ylt 'IGi 1 .
tyi while in midoceau whom will call : l'J (i ;
in shape, a compact mass one, we i3 : .
9 one with'*the cold'water dissolves Smith, gave a supper, at which cham- Pianos Organs and Musical Merchandise. yt1 e \ Pc I,:" : ;.i

i a soft paste.? The ,potato is largely pagne abounded and was partaken of = JIlUJ g --1\
posed of starch, and from this trial freely by all and particularly by the o r 81
y one may draw his own ooncluIf host A CHANCE OF A JoIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS/ AT A SACRIFICE.We =3 3eo ; ; .i

n. you wish a pulpy, watery poop The next morning one of the party purchased In January last the immense stock of Pianos, Organs, sheet 1 .' ii !1 13 '1J'
musio and musical Instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out .- ,
oold water but if deck rather
| use a dry, mealy, was on early when a stew- *' I : 'Eli: a'-i1 7f
the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room for a full
ball that would delight the heart ard sir but .4
approached: 'VBeg pardon ,
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line of the celebrated Conover, New England, Schubert and Klngsbury Pianos. iJS3
I Epicurus himself, always use boiling Mr. Smith would like to see you. He is the which worth from to than 1 j a.. s
We have following pianos, are $((00 f:!00 more we ls
kter. still in his stateroom. The other hastened ask for them : 9 ,

I To em boiled potato mashed, add tocry down and found Smith with a wet Conover,etpexwe, )...t....... ...... ........(IM HalnellllfOfJ., style 8, mall....,.....,........t2nn 1 =11 1f
t of the mashed 'potato two towel round his head. .. ...... ................... 3-iB: Schubert. .. 16. ....... ......... !775! ; :: ; .-J
quart .< J.eb................... ..... liiM\ Malcolm .&Ave, wal' .................... 11110 di
blespoonfals of butter, a teaspoonful "Hello, old chap, how are you?" he J.wal.............,........... DIM 8telnway ell........... ......,.. 11110 !
salt one-half of Baltspoonfnl of asked. .. Meb......................... *K1 Everett ..b.. ...,...,...,,.,. I'lli ..- !
a !
u K, wal.......,,..... .....,..... sMoCammon a Klngtlblll'7, .trleR ob...................... 295 !
,, |pper and hot cream or milk to mois- "Oh I'm all right," was the reply."I style 82 wad. .... ........... Htm .. ell........ ..?........ IIno E3 e li )
Th en beat until light, white andamy wasn't far know, i" 22mab.......n.. ... .. KM KnabeGrand ...................... :250I PI' f Bl |
very gone you u T,wal.................... 2752IW Stuyvesant oh..n.........,. .. 175II .. ..
i and serve piled lightly on a though I did have a good lot of chain. o T.ebtlalnesliros ..\................... ) "''aI...... ........... 200 M l tin ,
but never packed down and I remember everything that happened, ., "' 6, eb...........,......... ax Newsll &E anK eh.. ,......;.......,,.. 1:11I: = i I ? f ''i
.. a 8, eb...................... 178 Jail. M.Star, ell.......................... 110 ?1 ,
oothed over, as was the wont of ourandmothers. but there's one thing puzzles me. I I. t' U. 8, man.................... 18o Morris, too .
know stood the supper; but, I say, old Some of these pianos have been rented, but! we have had them re-polished and A BMW, ,
fellow; who paid. for the cab?"-Scottish put In thorough order and we guarantee them to,bo satisfactory or momey re L iiilhMIAMI .
Conrenlent For Knitter Nights._ funded. We furnish a stool, scarf, innstruotlon book and delivered f. o. b. Jacksonville 'I f.faO'lEJr -

I The art of knitting still has .Its vo- A Line From Fiction. ; cash or Installment. Sheet muslo at half price. Write UN. =
jirles, and to them a contrivance to se- FREYER & BRADLEY :JIUSIO COMPANY,

ly guard the elusive'and slipping 24 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. : : :... CONOZIZI": : ", "

dlea is a necessity .
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I A receptacle which fills this want! in I-IOTx3xa.: : FLORIDA.!
(graceful manner is of felt or plush, \
Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvements. Located on park ono ;

r Nice family home; Pleasant location; Mock from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid vlewjof Biscayne Buy. hates.
house and furnishings new; t:i per day and upward. Special rates by week: or month. .(
Fort Pierce Hotel Modernhunt
veniences. No better fl "
Ing In the State. J. & F. M. TYLER,
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: ON INDIAN RIVER, Near Inlet.Fou Pierce, Fla. Proprietors. OCEAN BEACH I3OUSEe..r's. t tON
New Haven
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Opposite Dap tons, near the City; Boautlful Boulevard; Surf bathing Sum 1.J.
assad HOTEL ALGONQUIN met Rates $7 and'f 8 per week. Special rates to families. House open all the year. ,if
I with figured silk and supplement- '
"During this time our hero was unconscious Address ,MR3. H. C. DERRY, Sea Breeze, Fla. :
1 with an interlining of flannel. The ,
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Igh curved back has firm, round rope of all that was going on M. W. EATMAN, Proprietor, --- ---- ----------

die intwined with a twist of ribbon around him.New York Journal.Not t ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. The Motel. Ple cide Opened e-

two colors, which is also carried WMtU* III nreath. January 1894
New Furniture and Fixture throunhout. ,
n the left side of the triangular
at A cluster of flowing loops matches In declining a request for a political Electric bells In every room. Fronting the Old JACKBOjmLLE.l.FLOIUDA.: H
interview the other day Senator David Slav Market and I'lazu. Overlooking the Day,
) spray of embroidery or painting on Bennett Hill remarked: "What's the E 4 wtth-flne ocean view.' AU white help. Rates In the center of the cit"" )h slipperlike angle, intended to prot use? My successor is to be named so $3: .00 per day and upward. Special weekly rate. one block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout.
the points of the needles. v' BUM moots all trains, Tvrtns and ,
soon that I don't feel like wasting my i Sample room. Superior Cuisine and Service IJ.60: par day
upwards. Special rates by the! week. N. L. WARD, Proprietor.
breath now. .. .. ----,.- -.-
Bow to Mak. Marble Cake. Senator Hill evidently had in mind ,

Following ia a recipe from Table Talk the experience the German at sea Fischer's {
ir making marble cake: Cream one- Cottage.Palml9troot DAYTONA HOUSE
who, when it was thought that the ship (FORMERLY HOTEL SPENCE.)
nlf of a cup of butter add gradually 9ips was about to sink, grabbed a rubber ) ,

of sugar and beat! until very light life preserver with a holo in It and began Tltiis-trlllo: ; : F1a. A. S. DICKINSON:' Proprietor.This .

id creamy. Add one-half of a cup of blowing into it furiously, hopingto Centrally located between both depots. Airy rooms, good table, pure drinkIng .
ilk alternately with 8 cups of flour, inflate it water. house, centrally and pleasantly located, has been newly furnished; Is now i.
sating until and smooth. Leave better than ever before prepared to furnish .a comfortable home to tourists and
light "Hold on, Dutchy cried a sailor. Rates: $2.00 per day; special rates by the Week or month.
iU batter at this l point while preparinge "You can't fill that. Don't you see CIIR. F. FISCHER, Proprietor.; the traveling publlo generally, I extend .a hearty Invitation to all my old friends A
dark on the East Coast to call and see me. A.. 8. DICKINSON Daytona, Fla.
part of the cake. "
there's a hole in it? .. ,, ;
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Cream a cup of butter add gradually ."UeinOottt Is dot so?" replied the -

caps of brown sugar and beat until passenger. "Den better I should keep ARTHUR.T. FEASTER.. .-
&my. Dissolve a teaspoonful of soda In me vot vind I got left"Chicago w
I. Seminole Hotel
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> a little warm ;water and add to a cup Times-Herald. IN'RIA1 wt

sour cream. Mix: with a cup of mouses -rDo..bold.-. -
and add to the cake batter alter. i'
Hlaftfe YEAR
tely with 6 cups of flour in which Potted ferns will soon die if dirt U ;

as been mixed 9 teaspoonfnls clnunon. allowed to accumulate on them. An occasional / Indian Itivor.t WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. ,
a. teaspoonful of cloves and a /yr '
ting of nutmeg. Beat until light and syringing will keep them Fla. This hotel Is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to
ooth. Return The oval table is generally better ry4.1 the railway depot. Free 'buss to anti from trains Boats attached to the hotel
f the now to the light part suited for decoration than the square.Three with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests.: Rates, froth'$1.00: per day and A
cake, beating the whites of T eggs in cut glass ARTHUR T. FEASTER. upwards; special rates by the week or month. M. J. UOYC'K, rr;
bandied loving
a stiff dry froth; add to the first bat- cups for MANAGE: UEOROE ZAI'F, Proprietor Manager M
T with 3 teaspoonful of baking powr. afford a very effective receptacle
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Mix lightly. Bake in loaves, filling flowers. ---- -

be tins in layers of the dark and light China In white and gold always looks t e Open All The Year. HOTEL COQUINA ORMOSD-DT-TIl ***. FLAT .,
titles or by the spoonful, whichever isweired. well. A variety of colors destroys the ,
Bake 40 minutes in a modes 'harmonious effect and renders the y c t
''lj hot oven scheme undesirable. Only a few minutes' Open for Summer Season of 1807 June 220<<1. FloeSurf[ Bathing FI.bIDg.anl1 tt r

Many removes from the primitive biscuit j : .. walk from Railway station wheeling. SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY.
and Steamboat land-
affairs in *
i jar are luxurious modern ,.. HARRY L. .
BEEMAN Manager.
Maud Ingll. yOn
probably will star cut glass with silver gilt tops set with
eat season la a dramatlcation by F. : a miniature framed in jewels. rh the bank. of the Now open for the Summer Season. S?
anion far-famed Indian River.
Crawford of his novel "Value
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Lillian Blauvelt has declined an. n- The.Swanaanoa. STANTON HOUSE

ment in grand opera at the Metro- The Co1onn ades
*>titan Opera House, New York and is -
sparing for air extended concert tour. ASHEVILLE, N. C. x
On the Peninsular opposite DAYTO.VA." D.. J. JONES Proprietor.
Josephine Plows-Day is said to be unobtrusive
and ,
vely THOUGH Large, airy and well-furnished rooms, with all,Modern Conveniences, electric
in work in hotel In
missionary conducted S
there Is better
don, whence comes the information Ashevlll no The popularity of The Swan lights, bells, etc. Rates $2.00 per day. Special Terms t tIt to ,. '

nat she has permanently retired from nanoa Is due to Its unique location its Plenty of shade outside hotel snake It a delightful place for children. --__
M .tage. home-like atmosphere the excellence of Dancing twice. week in Casino. Families.

There Its cuisine, and Its very moderate prices. REDUCED RATES for Summer week and upwards. Engage
; will be a revival at the Paris Liberal weekly rates. season. 17.50 per -
rte Saint. Martin of Paul Feval' "Le $2.50 per day. your rooms at once. bl 1> Two Minutes WalkVrom Central' I"
90 R. BAWLS, .
o. K. '
Coque11n will in the "
appear FREE HACK from Daytona depot. Address: ,
Ie of Cocardasse and Jean Coquelln Central _on street car line. Prop. .'. SYDNEY HAIGIT, PrOp., ; tai J Depot, .. 'a +-V
that of Paseeprji + % CHATTANOOGA TENN. i
AsnKYitLX, N. C. Seabreeze, Fla. .. ;
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i( ;i / .' ; INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 9, 1897. _

day. Catching sea-trout from the Or- is the County Seat..of Brevard. It is the head[ of navigation'on. the famous Indian
Fourth Jniy in TitnsTille. the north entrance to Banana River, and Is 184 miles south of
ofw Jack-
mond bridge Is the popular amusement TITUSVILLE;,, nearly, opposite and two colored : good white and colored schools
: five white
at night; at present. Whiting are still I.a. Xltuttvllletannin has churches ; also
biting in the surf. extract, fibre and ice factories; lumber yard, ightworks, a brick Jail,, a good and:
[Continued from 4th page.] safe banking institution opera house brick A 'B* for the Indian River Guards, two hotels, several 1'
.heltorf railroads/ a steamboat line jwo fine wburta+ for Il\lland
': I boarding houses, roads, two steamboats.
Banyan. and Is excellent, and the hummock and other lands In this section-for
and pair Thlmes toe clips, forfirst, second The hunting fishing orange
and other things, as well as vegetable growing-are said to be somiof
and third respectively.There ----.or. lemon, peach, rice, sugar-cane many .
were entries for the the finest In the state. Pineapples, also may be grown here under partial shade
)R., B. Stewart an'family were pleas Titusvllle's prominent aDd live merchants-whose standing advts: will be foundoR
five-mile handicap, and In this race some Among ISROBBINS
good riding was done. After a few laps ant visitors in Banyan on Sunday. page-are following, for whom we solicit a share of the patronage of the ADVOCATE readers:

had been ridden, it was' seen thai; the Pineapples are still leaving' here for

race really lay between Wesley Joyner, northern markets almost,every day., I
of Tltusville and Geo. Gingras, of Rock- GRAHAM IDUREN & FEASTER .
& ...
ledge, and the interest was principally :That barbecue was simply'one of the .

centered on these two riders.' Joyner, greatest things of the day in Titusvllle. GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES Florida
who had one minute start of the scratch ai 1 1Western'
J. T. Snell .. ..
was on the Island during .La"y
made the best corrected time
which man, was 14.24, and thus secured the, the:past week, looking after some business .' Meats of All Kinds. Crockery, Glass and TiDware.I .

first prize of a pair of M. & W tires. affairs. WILL /PRACTICE' IN STATE AND I Your: patronage SolicltedTITUSVILLE .
S Gingras, with 1.15 start, was Awardedthe : FLORIDA
second prize of a detachable bicycle They: have toget np and dost to beat UNITED STATES COURTS.
"'91 M stand; .A. Brown, 30 seconds start the Charlie Hatch and. Joe Wilkinson -ridinga -=

third prize, a bicycle watch; and d. B. bike. E i :eE :C dZ :53eO
Johnson LaGrange with 2.30 start the 1 .
TM Furnished
ABSTRACTS of t Title [
Field "
:Mr: .;and :Mrs. Jake are expectedany
', '' Tl MHCrrAVYAKDUt urtfn: fourth the prize slow, an race automatic((100 :yards parcel), E.carrier.In Van-. day to occupy their new house in for Lands In Breiard and Dade Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple ft: Fancy Groceries, hAnd

'1 landingham won the prize ofa, pair of, Banyan. We welcome this young couple Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,Grot
bicycle l slices.. There were three entries among us. ) Counties., Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusive).
/r' for this event.F. the above line of "!We Invite correspondence and solicit
; t ( OUB AOKNT AND T. Budge, Miami\ ; R. B. Holmes, We advise the Melbourne boys to ,- goods. your your patrou
Cocoa, and E. B. Wager, Tltusrtlle, practice a good deal before they under- Very truly, E. la BRADY &. BRO., Titnsvtlle,Hi

;; .Wholesale, Liquors... and acted L.as T.judges Daniel,for Cocoa the; bicycle Roswell races Cole-; take to play ball with the Tltusville team, We have a large List --

r e Jacksonville. Florida. man and P. E. Puckett, Tltusville astimekeeper. or employ a professional player or two. of Lands owned by :Fm. :nvsvJaa.- : ...

.. Coleman was also starter. ,Several Banyanites were among the ProtectYour PrOpertBY
4v 3-: Write for Prices. The races were conducted in a satls- ourselves and clients.
merry throng of passengers on the St. INSURING IN The "Old Hartford," Fireman's Fund Providence
---- factory manner to all, there being hardly w,i
I any delay between the various events, Augustine; they report having most Price for unimprovedlands I ington, or Sun Mutual Insurance Company., All well known al the strongest t
i':: thanks to the untiring energy of the thoroughly enjoyed the day: in TltunllIe. safest companies in America. 'GEO, B. RUMPH, JR.,
committee. It was'a little disappointing Agent for East Coast,
bicycle $3 to $1 1OO
We are truly glad to see the steamer
that the race between the fat Florida
f P ti' and lean married men could not be arranged St. Augustine so liberally patronized by per acre. -
t1 l as it would doubtless have pro- the shipper of Indian River. We think
voked considerable mirth-for the spec the citizens of Merritts Island are standIng G. CARY-EL WES '

,r III tators. There was only one fall during in their own light if they do not do WE have a few Residence, Orange, ;
the but it did
r11 races, produce any serious
'":, :": '. results. #'" I all In their power to keep the St.Augustine -,, Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable :E'IEEJ:: :I: S-t.re: NCEI.::
'i."W". I' After the races came the bicycle parade running, as competition will not '
1-1.\\1".1'1..1' which brought forth quite a numberof only benefit everyone,but our beautiful locations Prices Reasonable. .
.., '1P, ,' prettily-bedecked wheels, all ilium- river will again. be opened up to many Representing- some .of the Leading Fire Insurance Companies. Will 1Iri
hinted with Chinese lanterns. The
.' proCession TITUSVILLE. Brevard
Policies anywhere County
>, was formed at the Flagler depotat hundreds of sightseers and new settlers. OFFICES : ? WEST PAL BEACH, ,
\'II" <1./- _. 7:30: p. m., and proceeded through Stand together, and 'support''thenew,, and MIAMI. mr-: Your Business Solicited. *
"t ', principal, streets of the town. Among steamboat line, for'It Is a boon to our TITUSYILLE, FLORIDA.
the wheels deserving of special mention 1 .
: was that of Miss Gracie Reed, who represented shippers. 411.
New 1897 lodel Globe Gasoline
( Liberty and was awarded first Engine.
i' ,
i prize by the judges, Ed. Stlllng, Cocoa, and F. T. Budge, --Miami that of little /I
i1 1 Louise Brown, second prize, and Mrs. R. GRUBER & GRIGGS'Soda .... East Coast & Meat Marl
,) W. Rhodes, third prize. The ADVOCATEwas -TN Grocery
Take Notice. ably represented by Mrs. James
Pritohard, while Mrs. Roswell Colemandid -4. Fountain l Titusville, Fla.

; 'r Red Spanish, and Fancy Variety Slips likewise by the Star.. Tom Lund's
I r ,, and Suckers for Sale. Apply to yacht was also very good. TITUSVILLE, FLA. ( Fine Groceries, Staple Articles,
f )
W. GORDON BROWN, The gorgeous display of .reworks, WHY are cold drinks atodr store the talk of
ri'' Hobe Hound, Fla. under'the able supervision of W., M. the town tBECAUSE t .....Fruits and YeMabliWestern'
Brown, assisted by 8. F. Gray, was en- they are prepared,with. the purest
kii r ;, joyed' immensely by both young and old. fruit WHY Juioei do the only.children rennmt their mother's 0 0 t :and Florida! HEATS of all! KiUT ld;
took place on the vacant lot at the to take them to our store for cold drinks
t : w Fancy Pineapple Slips & Suck. corner of Washington'avenue and Main BECAUSE they are better Judge generally ofgood will' be c1AAte given to Mall Orders. Give a trial u

: "t era for Sale. street, and lasted several hours; so late WHY thing do the people turn to our tore when you
I t __ was it when the last firecracker went off. deftlrlnir somethIng cold and refreshing to drink? 0
IA' attenJ BECAUSE, first of all,we seek to pleane the
that Mr. Brown was too tired to
Abbakas, Egyptian Queen, Golden taste 01 our patrons,and not to take advantage. THE
Queen, Porto Rico Smooth Cayenne and the danoe. of their thlret.qTobacoo. DECANTER. .
,'; :Bed Spanish. Apply, to Fully two hundred people were present ,Cigars,Candy and Fruit.
r 4 MADDOOK\ MATTHAMS, at the ball, and "tripped the light 1 :
"Palm Beach PInery" fantUtio" for several hours, excellent cfC Benaker
its Lesley
';, West Palm Beach, Fla. music being rendered for the occasion by ,
the band orchestra. 'The Opera house Stationary and Marine IK to 125 H. P. The

.,' i was artistically decorated with palms, BOOKKEEPING1.ngWgfor !Power Safest most for Launches.Reliable,Eoonomloal Auxiliary and Power Durable for Foreign and Domestic Brands of' Wines, Brandies, 'Rums, Gins and lUsHe!
,,;( ,I Fancy Pines. etc, while the floor was in perfect con yachts and business boats,and where stationary '
' ,A I ,"1 dition. Although the stage had 'been $1 power, Is required.BENJ.. ; r Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout.

}1 I Before placing your order for Smooth removed, the hall was taxed to its utmost fir AbnIIa.HII'aBooUeeplDg, Sole Representative for Manufacturers W. JEROME In the, A First-class Line of'Cigars. eel Billiard and Pool Tables:

,\, Cayenne or Abbaka plants, write for while capacity numerous with the gay dancers enjoyedthem Chart !State of Florida. ROCKLKDOC:, FLA.(3TCataloKues Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention (given to nil
) ,f' prioe'dollvered; state quantity. spectators No teacher required ordors. Cash must order. L .
it' : elves the : and price on application. accompany your LEY d. KENAKER,Tltusville,Fl
CHKHCBNT.PIKKRY, by watching cwuples go Booklet giving full
: ; Ii BAHIA, FLA. gracefully through the pretty evolutionsof putlcaUn'ftce.; AddretMt,C _M........_,
''I .. the quadrille and landers and the (.mtn, N. J. Principal: and Founder Abra-1 ,
,. mazes of the waltz. There were twenty- bunion ButlneM College. BatablUhed 1880.WANTED TitasYille
Tit Pineapple Slips. four dances for the evening, with an BarberShop L. R. DECEE;::
!,i i' .Spanish Abbaka.pineapple Queen, Pernambuco slips for sale.and.. Red lor pretty the programmes ball, and they had will been serve gotten as acceptable up- FAITHFUL MEN\ OR Call.at the above place and get your -]:::: Will keep constantly on band a Full Supply of :::(-

Apply, to L. MARVIN, souvenirs of Tit sviile's Fourthof to travel for responsible .
I Everglade Plantation, July celebration In 1H07, established house in Florida. Salary Hair Cat Shave :* Shampoo
i ''II West Palm Beach, Fla. The St. Augustine carried nearly two $780 and expenses. Position perman- i
or Tonsorial work of all kinds done
hundred excursionists to their several ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed by v
homes after the dance, while the night stamped envelope. The National, Star II. S. MEADOR,
Prop., : >
j,, Pineapple Plants for Sale. southbound freight, to which was at- Insurance Bldg., Chicago. and:: :Zl.o-u.ff2x.
tached passenger coach, took quite ta Washington ave.,.. Titusville, Fla.
'1 r( 'w _; Red-Spanish, Egyptian and Rlploy number.It >. Also Mouldings and Turned Work; Brick ''Lime Cement

9 Queens., Abbakas, Enville City, Porto is with pleasure we can say that the FOB first class shoemaking and repairingcall All communications for 'this ,
il ; Kloo;; Charlotte Rothohllds and Smooth day was devoid of any rowdyism whatever on J. At Daughtery, Washingtonavenue should be addressed "THE ADVOCATE paper, and Crates of All I Descriptions.

ti g Cayenne. Guaranteed first-class plants. everything passing off smoothly to Tltu vllle, Fla. Shoes madeto *Titusvllle, Fla." This will Insure Im- TI.'tu."V1.11e
: .
J. 1[. LBTODBNAV F1or1da.
the entire satisfaction and enjoyment of order In fine style. mediate attention., ,
I .'" .Eden, Fla. all In town on this occasion, and the =
members of the various committees are
to be congratulated on the fact. JAMBS PBITCHABD, President; W. M. BBOWW, 'VIoe-Presldent:
Choice Pineapple Plants. There must have' been over one :FOR SALE. Home-Grown C: S. Schnyler, Cashier.
thousand visitors In town on, Monday, ..
Smooth Cayenne, Envil City, Abbaka, and all were taken good care of. Tltus

i 1 ,, and and Red from Spanish young', grown plants.without Guaranteed cover ville July expects, and promises as many again to all next as good Fourthof a o PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS: INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK,

Ls rst-cluts. Apply or address, time, if not better, than this year. Of the following Varieties t
C. A. ROBINSON, (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
Eden, Indian River, Fla. Abbala; Porto Rico Egyptian Queen Golden Smooth
Ormond. Queen, RIpley Queen : Authorized capital, $1 OO.OOC

',', Cayenne, Pernambuco and Red Spanish. Paid up capital $25OCX
I Fancy Pineapple Plants. .
J. e' Delightful here today: thermometer Apply to G. C. MATTHAMS, Florida Pineapple Co., Average deposits. $150,0X(

'4''' 1 i Hardy, vigorous, grown without shelter 80atnoon in Coquina office. West Palm Beach, Fla.
N I'. smooth-leaved Cayenne, Abbakaand Transacts a General Bankin
_, Jamaica Rlploy plants for sale. First rain at noon today that we have
: E. C. B. TTNDALT.; had herein two weeks. Expecting guests Business
l : -\" Waveland, Fin.ti af the Coquina to-day from Jacksonville, S :eEJJ:... ::aeOS_" .

I II' I" Orlando, Palatka and St. Augustine.On Largest and Oldest Bank on the BIT

Porto account of rain the picnic on the .
Rico Slips, Coontrln.
Wholesale and -j Exchange sold on all Foreign
Retail Dealers in
beach not attended
was largely Monday.
I Grown under cover. Apply for prices] ,
Among those registered at the Hotel DIRECTORS I
to the Delaney Porto Rico Pineapple J1aParrCHARDW.B.BAarxTTPeelaof (
; 9 Plantation, Mloco"Fla. Coquina for dinner, were Mr.\ and Mrs. VEHICLES HARNESS the National Bank" of JackitoovDtTRKBB : !.!
William Watson, Dr. and Mrs. N. W. (Vlce-Prenldent National Uud
Jacksonville: ), and W. H. FBOWS
Francis, W. Pope TalmagQ and Miss .
Pineapple Slips for Sale.
MUdred M. Watson,Dr.T. M.LIghtbody, And Bicycles. National Bank of New York*"
National Bank of Jacksonville.
Red Spanieli, Queen's, Porto, Rico's and n. B. Duncan.

e and well-fertilized Abakka's, .from plants.well-cultivated..,Growers know and The Whist Club met at Mr. and Mrs. Largest Stock l and Lowest Prices in the South '1"I".rUSVILLE: FLJ -

this pays., Address, James Carnell's Monday: evening and Correspondence solicited. Agents for Victor, Barnes and Carlisle Wheels.
'JOHN TAYLOR, were nicely entertained, there being five
O. K. WOOD, Agent Stuart, Fla. tables, and all participated In progressive t JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.' o. p

.r ,. f whist. The next meeting will be at u a 0

.1 Guavas Wanted.J the home of Miss Alice ]\(cNary.Mr. U. e .

';: '< and :Mrs. Geo. F. Miles, of SB. The Premier Flour of America. c .Cd.Q '
Highest cash price paid for In
,. guavas, Augustine, are stopping at Ormond, bQ "
any: quantity, and at station the !
!t ... I, :East Coast.Railway. Write or apply to where they have their bicycles for ridingon I o I-' .CDIi.f) ,..
; beautiful v
JAB. CABXELI. our beach. Mr. and Mrs.
,:f:1if: I' Ormond, Fla. J. O. Walton and Mr.Charles H. Walton, Unexcelled Biscuit .. -Q : pm !
;; ,' : Refer Editor ADVocATE.i >- c i
of Tltusville, were also recent visitors to
i\ ,,' Hotel Coquina. The latter is proprietor Cd CD m
of the largest and one of the best weekly f)
I For Charter. papers on the East Coast. For izm tj m and : o C r N
The fine sloop Yankee Doodle can be 'The East Coast Ry. inaugurates Its ,
CDC f)
chartered by: the day, week, or month; special beach service between Palatka IcAUAMimiUFtl- V
i anywbere between Ormond and Miami. and New ,
Smyrna; Saturday, train leaves
l ', Good accommodations for ladle For Palatka at 5:06) p. m., reaches Ormond Bread .
b further particulars, write to 'J&S Pastry
about 7:00: p. m., returning; it reaches ; ; o S Li
CAPT. GEO. Cook, Palatka about 10:30 a. m. This train --FRED. S. CHAFFEE DRUGGIST
& CO.
v t TUunlUe, Fla.r makes direct connections for Orlando,
If Ocala and Gainesville, and makes the best ,
: ; Il9" Reading notice ads. on this page schedule these people have ever had enabling Special Attention Paid to Mall Orders.

I: are five cents per line per week.v them to reach the coast In half a Represented.. by,,F. H BURST JACKSONVILLE' FLA. SUED 8.'::'A it J Titusville, Fla.

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