Title: Indian River advocate
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Title: Indian River advocate
Uniform Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville,Fla. ; Indian River City
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Publication Date: April 22, 1898
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River (Fla. : Lagoon)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079909
Volume ID: VID00180
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31876449
alephbibnum - 002071721
lccn - sn 96027113
lccn - sn 96027113
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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"ol. 16. nTo. lO. TITTJSVTLI/E, F-L-A.- ., HJ HD Y, APRIL 23, 1898. JPrico, 5c..VICTOR .




| rw- Reading notice ads.;are ten cents BICYCLES at reduced prices. DBOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc. a nice assortment [NEW HOME sewing machines for sale. EMBROIDERIES. On Monday next, AMONG THE HOTEL8.

7line on this page. *- You can get the best wheels at the at Screven's Drug Store, Call and examine. Gardner A Walker. April 25lh, I will show the very finest
best line of embroideries that has been
soon
prices Titusville.
atF. Wiskrk ta stop, See list of hotels ca
W. Bkkb>, on tho market* J ui.it.>s Klink,
NEWS Never fall to read our Inside pages. omrlth page.Tho .
LOCAL St. Augustine, Fla.Subscilbers LATEST EFFECTS in all the up-to-date You will always find something to Interest Titusville.
Advocat la file at all
dress now on
patterns In spring and summer .
Topics of General Interest.oelety you.Col. thxi best hotels In New York city. *
Lnd A Walker. Kscuralon.
goods. Gardner Steamboat
Cook's
Lady article and
on "Army
S. F. Travis, of Cocoa, has been
Navy Nurses," 2nd page, is worth read spending a few days In Jacksonville.He" The Plant System of hotels have shut
end General Goulp in connection ing. Biy i' 7on need any job printing, we Is at home again The stonmer St. Sebastian wilt leave their doors imtil next season.

with Blaoayne Bay. take Worth, Indian, -Mr. and Mrs. A. V. A. Wlnans expect shall be pleased to get a share ol it. the Titusville whaif nt seven o'clockshaip *
Cashier Arthur L. Marsh of tho Alca-
Halifax Klvers, Key Went Mr. J. L. Jacobs ,
and representing Chas.
Tuesd 3rd for Cocoa,
Banana leave on May ,
to St. Augustine for the North y
U other Important Point* Ions the Miss Susie Johnson, of Melbourne, Blum A Co., Jacksonville, was In town returning iifmr tho festivities. Hound tar, St. Augustine, will noon leave to
and at the end of this
Boat Coaat of Florida, Brief mention of month.Mr Is In town, visiting her Bister, Mrs. J. T.Hood. part of Wednesday and Thursday. trip, adults 7.\ cents; chlhlien 2.1 cents. take charge of Ws Now Jersey hotel' for

Event from Various Parteof Dolpli Edwards a former resident the summer.
,
Interesting General Graham of the United Tickets villi bo on sale after Wednesday
the World t About People..You Know of Titusville, has left Sanford for The members of St. Gabriel's Guild States Army, passed through, Titusville, next nt S. W. Cairoll's storo All tho principal hotels in St. Augiistino

and People Yon Don't Know Plrfcedup the Klondike.Mr. will meet at the Bonid of Trade rooms Wednesday, en route to Key West.Mr. have closed for tho houhoii, with tho

by Our Society Editor and a large staff T. T. Wetmore, who went down this (Filda>) afternoon, as usual.Mr. exception of tho Alcazar, which will be
eeattered alone; the and Mrs. Merrill, of Tropic, Torpedo float la Colllalon.Whllo .
Correspond** until May 1.
of to Merrltt on a visit to his wife, Saturday andMrs.. J. Osteily and daughter open
of Florida. were visiting Dr. and Mrs. Oeo. E. Hill,
Eaat Coast last, returned to town on Monday. returned home to Rockledgo Saturday The Center House, Centre"Harbor, N.II. .
at indlanola, the first of the week.Capt. cruising In the Gulf, a few miles
ADVOCATE, Governor Bloxham has appointed last from their trip to Daytona and ., will be opened In Juno by Col. O. G.Barron .
THE
distance*from Sand Key early Tuesday
T. W. Lund left here Wednesday ,
Ormond.Doinot. senior her of .the firm ofBnrron
> mom
Alfrer of New York to be
in advance. MacKay, City, morning the United States torpodo boat
$l.nO per annum, for Jacksonville to spend a *
Merrll and Barron proprietors
commissioner of deeds for Floiida In the ,
* six months, fail to read the market report Ericsson collided with the station boat '
11.00 week or two with his wife and daughter
of four noted hostelrlos in the White #>
12.00 per an. to foreign countries. State of New York. of I. Mercadante, of New York, on Mrs. R. II. McMlllianvMr. Hero. It wnn dark at tho time and no Mountains. .

The Spring Term of Circuit Court our 4th page. It Is of Interest to East lights wore displayed by the latter boat, "

for Brevard county will convene at Titusville Coast vegetable and fruit growers. James Holmes, of Jensen, has which had her bowsprit carried away Hotel Ruoklngham, St. Augustlne, under -

before Judge John D. Broome, There is to be a basket pio-nlo and been on a visit to Ms mother and brother and sustained other damage The Ki lesson the able management of Mr. Geo. C.

next Monday, the 2.1th Inst.AsslstantPasseuger at the Titusville park to morrow at Cocoa. His mother returned to Jensen was injured to soma extent also, Howe, closet) ou Monday after a very
fish-fry with him on Saturday lost.Mr. but It will not disable her for uso. successful season. Both Hotels Magnolia
J. D.Rahner (Saturday). Everybody Is cordially Invited
Agent and Buckingham have bad a good ''tourist
to be in attendance and have a F. T. Badge and his little
of the F. E. C. Ry., has been in business this winter.
Atlanta this week, attending a meeting good time. daughter, Stella, who have been visiting Schedule Steamer Delia.

of the Southeastern Passenger Association. Willie MrFarland, son of Mr. and Captain and Mrs. James Prltchard for a Mr. L. Bingham, f hlof clerk at Hotel
week or so, returned to Miami yesterday. Ormond, left for his home at New Brit-
Mrs. W. H. McFarland, 'who have a winter Commencing to-day (Friday) tho
ton Pa. on Monday last, He will be at
,
Archdeacon B. F. Brown left here home here, loft .on Wednesday fi>r steamer Dolla, of the I. R A B. II. I.N. the New Mount Pleasant House, White i >

Tuesday for Oilando, for the purpose of Shelton, Mass., after' a stay of several Dr.'S. G. Worley anfl family, who Co., will lenvo Palm Henoh on Sundays Mountains, the coming summer. Mr.
months, have1 been In New Yoik for about a Wednesdays and Flldays, ut 5JOa. :
assisting In the examination of Rev. E.E. Bingham returned fiom 'n trip to ,Key '
month have returned to St, m. connecting at Sew all's Point %
Augiistino.Dr. ,
of and last >
Johnson, Cocoa, tor priest'sorders. Mr. and-Mrs. Goo. W. Scoble West Saturday,
Worley Is chief of the surgical tiepartment with steamer St, Augustine for Tltusvlllo
family, also Mrs. W. M. Woodward and of the F. E. <\ R'y., And he and Jacksonville, bho will go Manager II. E. Komi*, of Hotel Blscayno '

T-Mr. .and Mis. Julius Kline havemoved'into little daughter, Ruth, havo been this picnicIng week.- has been making purchase* of various through to White City on Sundays. Miami, has gone to his summer >*

the McCorniick cottage In at Canaveral several days Scoblo'snaphtha needed articles to fit up a new railway Southbound, leave White City Tuesdays hotel at Lake Mohotik, N. Y. We have

North Titusville, recently vacated byMr. The paity went over In Mr. hospital.Mr. arriving at Pain* Beach same even been reliably Informed that this popular

and Mrs. Koswell Coleman. launch.Col. ing. On Wednesdays'and Flldays will young manager will wed Miss Alice Ii

C. Hale "ha's' relinquished his and Mrs. Geo. II. Curryand connect with steamer St. Augustine atSewall'it Chatllold, nt New Haven, Conn., In September

There will boa regular communication position In the office of the I. R. & B. B.I. son, of Key West, wepo paxNoiigoi's onyesterday's Point for Palm Beach, arriving when the, happy connlo will
of Indian Hiver Lodge No. Vi) at the northbound train on their
N. Co..at this place, and Informs us nt Palm Beach at 8:0(1: ( p. ni. lejivo for Miami on their bridal trip.
Indian River hotel, 'Titusville, this (Friday that ho will now take a trip as far an way to Barnesvllle, Ga to spend the Congratulations of the Advooatk In
) evening, when all members are summer. Tlio Misses Curry will follow
Miami and Key West where his services advance to the bildo and grwom elect.At .
,
earnestly requested to be piesent.Mr. Inter. Quite a number of Key Westers Fire In Tltuavllle.On '
may be required.Mrs. are congregating In Georgia, where they Hotel Alonzar, St. Augustine, on

Geo. Gingrns, who has been ona .'II. J. Egger and children are expect to remain .until tho Impending about o'clock In the Saturday night last, at 10 o'clock, some %
in-Vlr. II. J.Smith's .
Jacksonvile Tuesday, ono
trip to
sea and of this
of tile office staff
Miami Monday ,
expected here from on war troubles aro over.Mr. patrons
naphtha launch, returned to his afternoon, an alarm of fire at the residence had little soolalgatheilng
route to well-known hostelry %
The next, to stay a week or so en of the well- of Col. 1). LOauldon on Washington
;liome at Uockledge on Monday. where they will probablv Daniel S. DeVinne, on their own account. The *-.
laitncli was In charge of Capt. A. J. Can- Alabama, Mr. Egger will known DeVinne Press, New Voik, I* avenue, quickly called together occasion was supposed (by the one not
the
ova who also returned home Tuesday.Mr. spend summer. again In town, having arrived at the many willing hands with buckets and
follow about the end of this month.Mr. In the secret) to bo In honor of the anniversary
Indian River hotel yesterday. He has water. It seemed that a spark from the
of A. M
of the nuptials Supt. ,
> will oblige by paying up M. W. Curry and Miss, Mrs.Jano E. Curry Curry,, B. II. Hopkins, Florida passenger been down at Bay View 'looking after kitchen chimney Ignited the shingles on Taylor and wife, of tho Casino; and Mr.A. .

uphelrsubscilptlun. Miss Mary Curry that untilthe'war agent of the Louisville have left city
"Cassava Culure of Key West, and have been Railroad, and Theo. F. Brown, traveling his partner, having left for the Klondike Immediately discovered by Mr. Paul room clerks connected with the Florida
article -
the upon scare'is over, before passenger agent of the "Big Four," ofChattanooga' to hunt gold. Mr. DoVInne who will Puoket, It Is bard to toll what amount East Coast Hotel Systom was among

on 3rd page. \ spending a few days in Jacksonville Tenn., were passengers onMonday's Inave to-dty for Jacksonville and New of damage would have been dono. the Invited guests. In good 'time Mr.Loomls .

Judge M. S. Jones left for Cocoa leaving for New York.Mr. southbound train en route to York says be 'had a good time sailing Fortunately the promptness In which hied himself to the gailydecorated !

osterday afternoon, on business mat C. II. Howard, formerly city Key West.We and fishing, and is quite surprised at the all responded to the call of lire prevented room to assist In celebrating, as he t>

ers. passenger agent of the the East Coast understand that the dance at lovely weather we are having.Mr. any damage being done, beyond the thought, the wedding anniversary, and"
Jacksonville has been trans* burning of a fow shingles on the roof.i' .
at found Conversation
Messrs. E. L. Brady and Wm. M. System, the Titusville Opera House, Wednesday W. If. Peters and family, ol the party already gathered.
ferred to Key West, as city passenger continued for time when at
Drown left for Miami last Friday afterioon. and will night, was a very enjoyable affair, and Brooklyn, N. Y., who havo boen spending a ,
remain
the Into the
for same system, It suggested to
agent attendance length was go
that there was quite a good the winter at their cosy home onRldgewood Dissolution of Copartiieraliln.
all the summer at that place. of business adjoldlog room, where, much to the
We regret that pressure precluded avenue, Daytona, expect to
County Supt. Jno. n. Sams, ofourtenay The firm of F. S. Chaffee A Co., our being present. There will leave for the north Sunday, but will plensant surprlso of Mr. Loomls, what
? was in town a couple of days existing did lie behold entering but an Immense
druggists, of Titusville, have dissolved probably be another dance shortly.Mr. again return In the Fall Mr. Peters The copartnership heretofore upon
;bis week. Fred ChaffeeA boaullfully-iood birthday cake,
and the tinder the firm name of S.
consent
mutual returned borne from hunting
partnership by A. B. MoNloce, of Clermont, baa just a and
mutual banked with flowers
The Selden. Cypress Door Co., of business will be carried on by Mr. Fred of Wednesday and fishing trip a* far south as the Co. has been dissolved by evergreens
''al.ika, furnished the seats for the' new S. Chaffee, with MivS. D. Oelger as his Fla., was In town part his to Dade Haulover canal, and he reports having consent, Frod S. Chaffee succeeding ,tlie moss, among which were entwined numerous
Thursday on way eleotrlo
and of varl-colored tiny lights,
will late firm. In thanking the patrons
of dissolution ,
Catholic church at t.hat place. assistant. The notice bad'a enjoyable outing. It was
Is an energetlo business very of these
this county. He quite the old firm for business heretofore bestowed and lu the oeutre thirty-eight
another column on page.Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. Peters to
in
be found the Intention
Judge M. S. Jones returned to town man, and was on his way to solicit Mr. Chaffee hopes to merit and fairy-like globes, denoting his age that
but
Tuesday, from his visit of several days to Jos. Zapf, of Sanford, has been shipments of vegetables for the firm of visit Titusville the'to-morrow north Sunday, having they receive a continuance of their patronage, day. To say the least, it was a highly-

Jacksonville and other places.Mr. appointed state agent and manager of James Sawyers, Philadelphia. He had to bave.deferrcd leave for their visit on until next, win* Titusville, Flo.,'April 11, 1HIW. appreciated surprise to the genial room
the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Co., and just returned from the West Coast.We clerk, for Instead of honoring his two
and Mrs. C. L. Ives, have gone his headquarters at ter. the honored him
will hereafter make friends he was guest
the number
In May
recelpt-of
:o their home at Grand Rapids, Mich., Jacksonville, where he was formerly a are Ideas of New York's Mr, Jaudon Browne, traveling passenger FOR SALE. Cheap, a Newspaper and self. Speeches and toasts were then In
titer the1 Eau Gallie. of New one
spending winter at prominent resident. The agency will fashion Jourpals for women. Its agent of the Florida East Coast Job Printing plant, nearly new. Address order, but the climax was capped when

Subscribers will oblige by examining be located on West Bay Street, close to f>opular well gotten up inevery respect, and Railway, pnssed through Tltusvlllo, C. II. W those present graciously presented Mr.Loojnls .

he name-and-date slip pasted upon their the Elliot Hotel.Mrs. is well worth the. ten'cents per copy Monday, on his way from a trip to Key Advooatk oflloo, Titusville, Fla. with an elegant gold watch and
week. If inlebted West. Mr. Browne tendered his resignation superb diamond ring as mementoes of
isper or wrapper every M.P. Bobbins, of this place; asked for It. Miss Magdalen Schuyler,
to us, please remit. and Mrs. W. D. Musscnden, of Bath, sister of Mrs. Geo. W. Morton, Is one of as traveling passenger agent of the FISHING ON EAST COAST. the auspicious oocnslon. The recipient
above road, and the same has twen accepted. Is naturally extremely pleased over the
this office writers for this magazine.
Divine services at St. dabriel's Episcopal Me., were pleasant callers at the efficient Mr. Browne has recently come great ovation he received, and his remembrances

church on Sunday next, the 21thist. on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Mussenden's Contractor Venable. of Atlanta, I to possession of considerable property will undoubtedly be handed,

., at 11 a. m. and 7:30p.: ni. Archieacon daughter, Mrs. Baxter, who left passed through Titusville, Monday, en In a one of the suburbs of Philadelphia, Mr. Archie A. Barrelle, of Boston, down to a future generation as precious
B. F. Brown will officiate. couple of weeks ago, ran right where he has been managed to hook a couple of fine trout ,
here a arrival at New route to Key West, and it Is quite likely that he will go while from the Tltusvlllo heirlooms. Among those In attendance
The Titusville bicycle riders bad Into a snow'storm on her what doing work for the government for some there to give his attention to the same, on Tuesday, fishing at the affair were Supt. and Mrs. A. M.
weather to wharf.Prof. .
heir r gular fortnightly races last Satur- York. Rather different months past The work has not gone along He also' has the offer of a position as Taylor, Mssdames G. A. Tworably, W.L. .

l y afternoon, and appear to be in good she left In Titusville.Mr. as smoothly as anticipated, and from traveling passenger agent of the Northern J. M. Lafiln, of New York, who Mover and J. II. Gould; also Messrs.W. .

rim for the races at Cocoa on May 3rd.Mrs. . and Mrs. W. L. Lowny, Miss what the Advocatr has been told, we Pad IT o Railroad. We join his numerous has been stopping In Titusville since last II. Waiburton. F. Dodd, II. Heldet-

Blanch Lowny and Mr. J. E. Sullivan, of question If the Venable Brothers will friends In wishing bim every November, Is still making some good berg, F. R. Kemlinger, G.rFroirelr, U.Farlutoslr .

Cbas. L. Ilobbs, a former reslleni Jacksonville: also Miss Jose Morstalne, make any money whatever out of the prosperity. He has been quite popular catches of fish. He'was troldngon Indian and A. S. I oomls.Ilotel .

of Titusville, but now of Sanford, of Minneapolis .Minn., friends of Supt. A.W. contract.Rev.. during the several years be has boen connected River the first of the- week, and
ias received word that her brother, I. N. Co., above road. trout weighing 01 lbs. In all.Mr. .
Bule, of the I. K. B. B. F. Lincoln Davis, who has been with the caught'21 Ormond.
De drowned at LakeMr. Coqulna,
Iarry Rie ux, was Advocate
the
were pleasant callers at sojourning at Hockledge all the winter, A. R. Gladwin, of Flttsfield,

sanctum Monday morning last. Tby passed through here, yesterday, en route SPECIAL FOR MONDAY, 'One hundred Mass., who has been visiting bis This hotel will be ready to reoeiv*
and Mrs. J. F."Hathaway, promnent had been on a trip down Indian River as to his home In Brooklyn. He says, hecame'to dozen ladles* undervesta at prices brother at this place, went fishing onWednemlay'mornlng guests after 1st of May uutll
St. summer
residents of Somervllle, Mass., who far as Sewall's Point, by the steamer Indian River for hfs health, which defy competition.GAItDMKRdC. with bis light brook the 15th of September. The rates will

;ave been sojourning at Ilotel Ormondor Augustine, and arrived In town that which has so much Improved- that -he Walk Ell.'i trout rod and reel on Indian Hlver, and be reasonable *'i.)0() a day, and

some months past, have started for morning en route home, having had a will now have to attend to business.Mr. In tess than an hour hauled In three fine 44 to very*10 a week. Those wishing accommodation

orne.Mr. most enjoyable trip.' Davis says lie may not be able to come bass, weighing respectively 20lbs.. lllbs, would do well to write as

and Mrs. Wm. M. Merwin, after Mrs. S. C. Venable and Miss Eliza South next winter. He had a very enjoyable A New Company for the KM Coaat. and Olbe. They were caught close toWager's soon as possible toif

at had the pleasure time while at Hockledge. old. wharf, and Mr, Gladwin Ormond Fla.
pending the winter very pleasantly both Vpnable,whom we ns. M. Vamck, m
heir Uockledge home, left last Saturday of meeting at Hotel Ormond, last year, Farmer Syromes; the "Mark Twain Letters patent have >een granted Incorporating brought his catch to our office to show
next West for about the Florida East Coast Drainage us what could be done In the piscatorial
or Milford, Conn., to remain until after sojourning at Key of Merrttt's Island, Is reported to be '
IItusvllle with line with small rod and a little skill.We Town Tux Books Notice.
through $2.0UO,000 a
>eason. six months, recently passed devoting bis leisure time to the cultivation and Sugar Company,
route to their home on and eucalyptus trees, capital, and principal offices at St. Augustine. return thanks for a present of one
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stiling and en of camphor The town tax books are now open and
'and fish.
Atlanta. The, were through these This company will buy of the 4
street making
; view to
'uighter, of Cocoa, were passengers onaturday's accompanied by Mrs. Geo. W. Mcll eii, with world-renowned a health-preserving and sell lands or other property; build and In addition to the foregoing catch.Mr. will remain mo until the first of June."D. .

northbound train, en route Augustine, where the Utter plants the upper operate dredge boats, dig canals for Gladwin caught twA bass, 8lbs. and B. Pbitcuaud,

;o East McKeesport, Pa., where Mr. Stli.ng as will far remain as St. until the closing of Hotel atmospheric-purifying of the Island, and Courtenay, especially drainage and navigation; erect and operate 101 bs. each on Monday; two trout and Collector.

has large property interests. when she will also leave for her part the "healthiest spot on earth." sugar mills, and other manufactories; one bass on Tuesday, the bass weighing
Washington Alcazar, method cultivate and other 'crops, al>out 1 libs and the trout Hlbs. each.Mr. "Advocate."
Writing the ADVocATE irorn, home in Atlanta.Mr. If he can then adopt some sugar-cane The
Ga Mr. G. T Anthony says: and daughter, that will make all people- absolutely manufacture the various produots thereof Gladwin left tor hl home In Pitts-

iour pink paper is very highly appreciated narveyTomlinson spending the winter certain to meet their financial obligation*, and sell the same; build and operate field, Mass., yesterday, saying that he The IsrDtAW River Advooatk Is on ,
llndnerk Miss Tomllnson, after "for '* the steamboat*. and railways, never thought Titusville was so good a news-stands at five
in my household. Please Augustine, left on he says he will be happy ever-more. necessary sale at the following ,
Hotel Alcazar, conduct general mercantile business, fishing ground, and next winter he wUI
to for one a cents : \
cover subscription home in New York:, i i i per copy \
last for their other for the four or five weeks here. He is
.ear." Sunday them. Mr. and do all things necessary spend Titusville Mrs. Emma Eaton.
where the Advocat. follows For- Sale, successful transaction of the business of quite pleased 'at the number of trout "

Mr. E. p. Porcher, of Cocoa, after, a Alfred Tomllnson, of Scarborough and,niece.15ngUndraccompanled the company. The Incorporators are and bass he haa caught during the short J. B. Screven.

snort visit to Daytona, returned home bis brother the position of At Aaneville, N. C,' beautiful moontain A. G. Hamlin, Andrew Anderson, A. V.H. time he has been In this town.

n Monday. Mrs. Porcher-and family has held home 11 rooms. For particulars, Smith, H. S. Jerrlson, L. Larson, C.F. *f3r** All communications for this paper

'jave been stopping with Mrs Blodgett & address W. 8. RotrjTDT, White, and W. II. Chambers. [Local news continued on 8th page.] should be addressed "Tub Aovocatk.TltnsTllle .

.urlng the vast two weeks or so. Mr. Beaumont IIUL Aahevule, N. C.l'alnietto Fla." This will insure Immediate
Mrs. Blodgett will soon leave for
; attention.fJT" .
'he north.Hockledge. Typewriter Itepairing. Tltuavllle flvery Stable.*.

tf
winter. j Drug Store, Daytona.

Indian River, "Wanted. Only expert In the state. Control the Buggies and wagons also saddle horses, As an advertising medium, no

Bones medicines chemicals,fine toilet 'work of the state. Estimatesfurnished.. for hire by the hour, day or.week. Hauling paper on the East Coast can beat the,
,
Has attractive general Drugs, Give ns .trial advt.,
one of the most and ALrncD r. Lajcd, promptly Attended to. Advocate.
stores on the East Coast. You can find bones and send them to the soaps,toilet brushes articles, combs in great, perfumery variety.M. Room 417, Gardner Block, Apply to J. T. Prick, and be convinced of the gink paper'*

'Inning you,need there. Fitting out Jacksonville F'rtlUxer <*., South JackwnrineFU. fancy Hustojt, propr. Jacksonville; Fla. Titusville, Fla. worth.

cruising parties a specialty.Faxtov Will pay cash for them.

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. APRIL 22, 1898..



hospitals and barracksreforms Introduced modest women among large bodies' of Beware of Ointments for Catarrh Grocery.

Oil HowThankfulr by this most exoellent lady reduced men has the most salutary effect upon, that contain Magnolia ...

the losses by one half. the moral'conduct of the latter, and
HEtoY
The care of the wounded on the, field must always exorcise an encouraging Mercury.As H. A. Propriety

must always must largely devolve upon and purifying Infliiewee. Time has. produced Wholesale and Retail Dealer In '
ln Wm Maddening and Hopo will surelv destroy the sense
SCIflOOBl'i men. The care of the sick and wounded great commanders and warriors; mercury the
of the smell and completely derange
Had Been Abandoned Wonderful FANCY
In hospital should be chiefly the work skilled Inall, the arts of destruction, but whole system when entering it through ***STAPLE AND GROCERIES.***
Results of Purifying the Blood."A of women. The presence of the latter the ablest generals from the days of Alexander the mucous' surfaces. Much articles
In left and moral sheuld never be used except on prescriptions Write or call-for our Cash Price List, which will
very severe pain came my has a soothing, salutary, great have never been able to make pleas* .
the "
knee, which gravy worse and worse, and Influence over men, besides which, provision for the txtgeocies of the- sick damage from they reputable will do Is physicians ten fold as to the 102 Main and p West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '
f sally aore broke out above the knee.It under training women always and wounded., Wemen however t hem.Hall's .
proper have good you can possibly obtain from Telephone No. 250. ,
discharged a great deal aud the pain prove the better nunws. As has been shown particular genius (n 'this direction. Catarrh Cure, manufactured byT.
from ray thigh down was maddening. J Cheneyi 4 Co., Toledo. O., contains
well remarked: And thus we adwecate that subJect *
large, bard, purple spots appeared on toy no mercury, and is taken Internally, MARX. JOHN
leg. I suffered in this way for-years, "Murderous refinements of war should to authority, Its organisation and acting directly u|>on the blood and mueoua GEORG % MARX

ateiap and gavo up all hope of ever being cured.My have correlative refinements of mercy," working should be left to them, and that, surfaces of the system. In buying

wife was reading of a case like mine or aa* Achard says: "It is Incumbent they -form an auxiliary though noncombatant Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the

eured by Hood's HarssparlUa, and she upon* us to raise'the science which consoles porto u of every, fighting genuine. It ls taken Internally and Is Wholesale Dealers InGrocexies -
made in Toledo, O., by F. J.. Cheney fcCo.
advised me to.try It. I began taking it and heals to a levelwith the science force, having equal rank, pay,and stand- Testimonials free.BySold arcLit a,3n.<*a. 2
xod.uLce
and when I had used a few bottles I that destroys." The.;need of this lag with theeomtstant pait, seeing that by druggists, 75o per bottle. 4 131 and 13 Kwt, Bay.tHree* and 8 and 8Newna>n8tr* t, *
found relief from my suffering. On, was the origin of the Geneva, Convention their duties require .equal courage and
< \ how thankful I am for this relief 1 X am
and of the numerous volunteer,si>- capacity, and their usefalbess is beyond The most .southern point of South
.
stronger than I have ever been In my life.I
cletles for the mitigation of human suffering all reward., America was called Cape Hoorn, or, according
In the best of health have a good
am OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN- THE
ONE
*v9i appetite and am a new man altogether," In war which have .since arisen to the English, Cape Horn, bySchonte CIT?,-

3. P. M60B8, Lisbon Falls, Maine.HOOd'S throughout Europe. The value of those UNDER THE BRITISH FLAG. 'n, who first rounded it_in 1616,
auxiliary aids is' not to be north We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow .
questioned, after Hoprn, his native place, in re
full line of
guaranteed genuine. We also carry a Hay, Grain and Feed. We
especially when the volunteers can be With each day events happen- show Holland. your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased. want

parUla relied upon. We fe*l, however, that It that Greal Britain Is dealmus of uniting MARX BROTHERS. JACKSONVILLE
lithe best In fact the One True Blood Purifier.Mood's would not be wise for the state in future herself to this country by the ties of Egypt expresses the Hebrew for 'the FLA.E. .

Pills cure alt liver Ills. 25 eeota. to depend solely upon these, but that It warmest friendship. Tbe policy of the land'of* oppression," alluding to the

would be better to organize during peace United States in the. Cuban crisis has bondage of the Israelites. Wimchenbach, Manager. F. G, Russell, Tmu,

a sufficient body of women, trained and met the approval of the English government

ARMY AND NAVY NURSES.by prepared for any sudden outbreak ofwar. from the beginning, and the plainly Juost MACHINE
Beautiful Place on Indian FLORIDA WORKS.
These should be rated to the army manifested feeling of the people, the

lady cook (nee tk.wkbVkb curux) and navy In the same way as men, having parliament, aod tie government of Great ftiver, for Sale, at a Great

their regular pay and allowances, Britain has been to place their, moral Bargain. IRON and BRASS CASTINGS.
For the Iiuiian Jiivi-r Advocate! oiBcered, and subject to promotion's and support behind the demands of the

The distinguishing virtue of this age pensions, and to all those advantages United States. At Madrid and'at Havana The famous of 14 acres Turkey of orange Creek Grave grove, consisting and General Repairing Promptly & Accurately Done..

Is Its humanity. Proofs of this abound which promote efficiency In men. A we see evidences of this kindly feel 40 acres of land fronting on Indian River

in every direction Even dumb creatures noble field for women's usefulneits would ing. Now that G n. Woodford has left and Turkey Creek, with steamboat laud Iron Building Columns, ;Shafting, Pulleys, Danger,
receive their full share of help and be here opened out, and experience has Madrid the Brltluh Ambassador, there ing and Tiilman pimtoftice and railroad

sympathy. Yet a groat doal more might shown that in this particular department will take charge of the American Legation station on the F. E. C. R'y. On the Sash Wrights and Grate and Boxes In Stock.
place, lying on the west sido of Indian
bo done to-ameliorate human aufferlng women are superior to men. What and the British flag will be hoisted River, three miles south of Melbourne, Saw Mandrels of all Sizes

through a better organization of the would have been the state of the British over it. Gen. Lee leaves the British two miles from Atlantic ocean beach. Bars a Specialty. Furnished.

means* at hand.1 This Is emphatically army in the Crimea but for Florence Consul General la Havana to perform About 400 good bearing' orange trees,

the cuso as regards the-nursing of thealck' Nightingale, or what that of the Northem the same good offiees for our government balance In young trees, will yield about,
10X) th) Can be ma and wounded in. time of/war for 'and Confederate armies In the there. In both Instances it be de-'
can
to yield 2IK0 boxes a in two .
year years.Servant's Telephone 102. Office and Shops atEnd of Viaduct In Riverside.
this Is more or loss left to chance. We American civil war, If women had not pended upon that the property of this house and good packing house

rely' on volunteers', wh< may be few or run and organized their own relief corps, country will remain unmolested.'In and rooms above. Good fishing, quail, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.OHiLS. .

many, lit or unfit, but who, because tbey and provided for the sick and wounded the dispatches are reports to the deer and duck hunting up Turkey Creek;
tineliarbor for boats lovely river front,
;
are women, are supposed to be naturally when the efforts of the respective governments effect that representatives of a, great with beautiful forest trees. Hammock

capable 4of oaringfo'r the sick and hod failed ? In the buttle ofAntletam English Insurancecompany, doing., business lands for sale cheap. .Apply to .IB XnTXOivd: cSc OO. ,

wounded. Florence Nightingale, a well- where more thin ten thousand In this country, had received orders D. L. Oauldbw, DEALERS IN"WlOOS

known English nurse, however, ,whose .Federals were wounded, the supplies from the home office permitting any *bf s 'Atty. for Titusvllle owners, Fla. 3Flxxe> -StT-l
experience was sooond to none, writes: of the medical authorities were not their employes who may desire 'to join ,

"It has been saLl and written scores a tenth of what was needed. In the the United States troops in event of war 417, & 419 W. Bay St.,

of times that every woman makes a good battle of Fredericksburg ISO young men, to assure such employes that their, salaries THINGS 1IAVK CHANGED.derstood JACKSONVILLE, . FLA.

nurse. I oulleve, on the contrary, that with the assistance of ladles, found "2 RICH
'WINES create good, rich tetl
the very elements of nursing are all but 000 wounded men la every, conceivable during their service. Time Works Wonders, an
unknown." Again she says: "It seems phase of agony." Dr. Stllle tells us how but the strongest proof of this English This Fact. Is. ClearlyDemonstrated. buying. It sour is not.i>oor It wine has a because nasty, (H Unagreeable Ucheap.

a commonly received' Idea among men, they -worked night and day, many T>t good-will was exhibited in Great Britain's effect tiiion tbe ajstem, whiles
good wine is really not ,
expensive and
and even among women themselves, that both sexes dying from over-exertion. refusal to Join with the powers la an attempt gives you that pulled-togetber, sell-

'It requires nothing but a disappointment The sanitary commission succoured 22000 ,- at mediating' between this country ich few>c fHiiw years to beo PlnrhlA T>v.VI satisfied"We make feeling.H a3peclalty. of North faro.

In love, the want of an object, a general wounded at Gettysburg alone. The and Spain. It was the cold shoulder and liejran practice byadvertising. iiua Mountain Dew t orn W hiukey, tbiee

disgifst or Incapacity, for other things, train of carriages for the wounded after given by England that' put an end to a week be wu. In tbe less tnoHt"talked than years old>,(2Ml living per in Ballon.lartle Dry Towns. will de

to turn a woman Into a good nurse." the battle of the Wilderness stretched such proceedings. It la 'true that Sir about" man In ell to order-from us, as we can tart
the S ate. Physicians them 60 per cent,on all orders.J" .
This reminds one of the Parish where for ton .miles, along which "feedingstations" Julian Pauncefota appeared with the were asked by their patient ( Always send money with cnlere.'We .
t a stupid old set to be schoolmaster established what tbey tboiiKht will not open rew accounts unlsa
man was were for the sufferers. other representatires of the powers, on about this Dr. Vincent. suitable Jacksonville reference Is ftieo.t'si '
because he was "past keeping last Thursday, and presented a note to Clinging to the teaching + j osjkXCv No Goods sent C. O. D. to Dry Towni.
of a decade aao, and Vff/milk H STx!' Agent for Indianopolis Brewing Co,
the pigs. There should be qo stint of numbers the president, but it was distinctly un looking upon the new I'l' w \ Brewers and Bottlers, Iadlannpolie, lod.

The International Conference at Berlin )n the formation of a corns of nurses. that this note was only an ex- I comer as, their a sort reply of an was interloper Hercules Mart Tonic, $3.25 per case; Clayton & Russell Wild Cherry Brandy,S4.B0 per case. *

1800, which was attended by one seeing how-many are*needed In war, and proBSion that'tber* should be no war, vls always an advertiser the nmei,and"He yiitlcan't

hundred add sixty-two delegates, representing what abundance of splendid material can I and was nofan effort at mediation expect him to be muuh on that account."

almost, every state .In Europe, be drawn upon. Their services can be England allows her consuls to' take short How wonderrully months. To-day things there have is changed not an in honest a few SAW AMD PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YARD,

passed twenty-six resolutions, of Which utilized during peace In ninny ways, and care of our. Interests when* our officials practitioner Dr.Vincent In bos the certainly city but cured who will ray of that the Palatka, Fla. E. Bay St., Foot of Catherine.

three were as follows: during war tbey .could also act as almoners. leave Spanish countries., "Blood* Is worst kinds of chronic cases. But many it is not the

wP "Nineteenth. It Is necessary for the It would be very desirably thicker than water," these physicians cures.who Go where are supposed you will throughout to know of the all WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY,

vigorous development< of societies, and that they should serve on relief ships In It cannot be otherwise than 'gratifying city or State and you will hear of these cases.
At tbe same time, Dr.Vincent does not claim to
as a good preparation for tholr'aotlon In the navy, and with the militia and volunteers to every American citizen that such a be infallible. He sometimes fails, but when be Manufacturers of
time of war, to furnish nid and help in on special occasions and whenever does, the chances art that there is no hope for
powerful people as the British are our the case, no matter where he goes. In all cases
calamities which may happen In time required. In the American civil firm friends and allies at this trying be.asks but a fair and Impartial trial.' Tbat isall. 'if Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath.A .

of peace."Twentieth". war, "two vessels, transformed Into time. Tampa Tribune. SPECIALTIES! ,

Societies of help should floating hospitals were plaoed under CATARRH and (11 CHRONIC. DISEASES of
the large stock-of
Seekers after know the Kye, Ear, None,Throat, Lungs, Heart, Stomach Dry Cypress flooring, celling, siding, mouldings, sbinglea,
therefore, in time of peace employ them* dlroctlon'of American ladies, who fulfilled gold tbey may be Liver, Bowels, .Kidneys, Bladder, N'er>es, lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt* shipments. Cyprenmouldings
disappointed but seekers
selves In works of the of after health Skin anil Blood Chronlo Ulcers (old sore leg).
humanity corresponding duty nurses with
admirable
take Hood's SarsAparllla with the utmost Cancer, Rupture, Stricture, Varicocele, Hydro of all patterns a specialty.
to their duties in time of war, vis: devotion, braving danger for the sake of confidence that It will do them the cele knife.and Files Rheumatism guaranteed,cured diseases without peculiar using to When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see lis.
In toodlng the slek, and In giving assistance the men who were confided to their care, wonderful good. women and Private Diseases of both sexes, are
during public calamities which requlro and among whom were several hundreds given special attention..
flood's Tills the No oliarge for consultation. Fees always reas
as war does, prompt and well- prostrated by typhus." with Hood's are only pills to take onable Special rates for m ii treatment.DR. .
organized help."Twentyfourth.. The mere presence of sympathetic and efficient. SurBiparilla. Easy, yet W. T. S. VINCENT, Specialist. W. B. DAWSON
Mohawk Block,cor. Bay St Market Streets, ,
Tbey should also Jacksonville, Florida.
make preparations for the creation ,of April "Wisdom.heart' Hours: 9 to Ua. in.; 2'to 4 & 7 to 8 p. Wholesale and Retail
Sundays 3;30 to S p.ru..only.j
such military hospitals as they wish to

establish or to work In 'time of war Be sure that yourblood Is pure, your

{hospitals of These appetite crood, your digestion perfect. WINE ft
reserve) preparations To purify your blood and build up UTHIA 8PIUNG8, OA: UOJJOR MERCHANT.
would Include the choice of locality your health,' take Hood's Sarsaparilla.

of the material, and administrationNo /' ''This medicine has accomplished remarkable SWEETWATER PARK HOTEtvLlthia

pea can depict the sufferings ofthostok'and cures of blood diseases. It is Springs,Near Atlanta,Ga.
the One True Blood Purifier. 1 19 West
Bay St.
woundd in time of Florida Jacksonville Fla.
war, Hood's Sarsaparilla has to make and New York sleepers pass our door. ,
veven under the .most favorable conditions. you well by purifying and power enriching tion Hotel in opens the South.Feb. 18.Never The moat any caees healthful of conta5tons loca- Fine Old

., .At the beginning and during the isn't aauch your blood, giving you an appetite, and the or Infectious diseases, or.even malaria Liquors, Imported and Domestic Wines Havana,
trouble place to ,
spend the
ttrat half of this, century, every, battlefield for a really healthy man nerve, mental and digestive strength. out risk. Not as oold as mountain spring months resorts,with nor
was an Indesorlbable scene of horrors. tlo * "f001 humored.' ton warm to be safe. Rooms with both grates Mexican and Florida 'Cigars.JFIIYCE
Jollity and exhuberant health and steam heat, electric lights, private baths, .
Napoleon lost more brave men by verbial combination. The hearty are maa a who pro Notice. and toilets, hot and -cold ruuning water. Sua
shameless is always lauchina doesn't have parlors and glass-Inclosed porohea. Stop over IF XVOY GROCERIES'
of. ;
trouble
negleot woundsj and sick* any All members of the privileges. Hotel cost S'JOO.000. All kinds of
with Democratic
his'digestion. County
aess than by the sword ami fire of the laurhinsj maker people It healthy.has been The naid trntu that Executive Committee will please meet known medicinal for baths rheumatism and the strongest, kidney,Lithla and bladder water WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Good*

enemy. Is that health makes people lauarh. at the committee rooms at the'court troubles." Bend for circular. t'J.M) to S4 per day; BrT. Price List upon application.
It ia impossible, to f. 8JfM P" weekr Ies by the'month. Tour Jug Trade Solicited..
estimate the house In Titusvllle H. T.
One of his tre on Tuesday "April20th
surgeons, writing to, Marshall mendous iaflsrance of health upon human 1808. I trust that all members, Blake,late of Pas* Christian and afaaitoa,Colo. If you wish to opea an account you must give first-class city references.TBE .
Duroo '
said 2 "During the siege ofDanUleVwbero character. Ak ate'with a headache wtlt' will Attend.'
*''he ia i Tom'JOhwson,
he Lad sixteen hundred a happyc contented'frame of

wounded and two thousand, sick, who stomach miad.1. A.and maa.an impaired whor suffer dhrestioa* from a will weak ait Chairman. ALKX NBAS. KRNEST TAYLOR. SOUTHERN FUEL &

had nota.. single straw mattress, no aad prepared.rrumble A through bilious ,maa the beat who meal isnet, ever a Tax .Collector's Notice.I NEAR & TAYLOR SUPPLYCompaBys

basins, no nurses, In fact, there was bore, is deserving of a place la a museum. ,
nothing I When, however nurses, A nervosa man who is not petnleat and will be at Titusvllle after April 4th (Successors to John McAllister.)
were
fault-andinar ia until the 1st of May for the, of Wood CoalCoke
obtained a cariosity. All these conditiona -> purpose Brick Lime Cement
they were always .men, whose lead to-rave diseases, when the" collecting taxes for ttie year 1807. Artesian Well Contractors .
services were seoured by fear of punishment victim -becomes not only disagreeable,,bat- Hall, ,

and who did not disdain to practice iae dependent that while as the well.old A aayiaa wise: that wUt a will"man'a real.) / Collector. EAU CALLIE. FLA. Vitrified Paring and Sidewalk Brick

extortion on the sick and to rob the is in his stomach,"la not literally ,
true, it ia a fact that his
dying as well as the dead." stomach aweeteas
or soars hie characteraccording-as'h Is War. J..nARKisHM fMt. Pros. 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla, Telephone 2CI.J. .
,
"In H. E.
Spain, says General Foy, "the healthy or unhealthy. Drt Pierce s Coldest IIarkishkimsr, Seo'y A Treas
wounded were often abandoned for Medical Discovery ia the best of medicines
for toa cond dons described.It K. MUNNERLYN General Manser.tW .
makes ,
want oi means of transport; conquerors I the weak stomach strong-, the impaired The Elgin- Butter Company of Florida.

or conquered. We have tost fojir times J rJln"** t, Jl"1T.i"0"lM * lirtTIt > I Invite
pn enriches the blood and tones your Attention to my Complete Stock of
more men theUorder
tbrougb Inseparable he nerves. It tears down
half-dead, inert WHOLESALE ONLY.Bintter .
from our system of war, than by tissues and replaces them with the firm -* HARDWARE

tbe fire antl sword of the enemy." aad muscular healthy tissues nerve of fibres health.aad, It braia builds cells.aew aan.ca. Olx eese AND CROCKERY r

It was much tbe same at Waterloo, It dissipates nervousness and melancholy

and "at every period, and amongst all and It is imparts the best mental of all elasticity known medicines and coorare.Tor Office and Cold Storage, 110 W. Bay St., JACKSONyiLLE, FLA.
nations from Cyrus down to Napoleon nervous disorders. Q toofcd
III." .'Thrais-h your skinnal treatment I Our 4 Crewn Buttor Is being used by tbe best merchants Stow? and hIrralB,8"neitore8' Blu* f1* 8 kerosine oil stoves, gardeii,
Mlss.XIgbtlngale tbat am ooce 'throughout nettW
tbe 5th says, from tnore a well ws. writes I. N Arnold, toq.v ofaad The butter handled by us la the product of one of tbe the State l\\ hPintaudolla'FmVi* > and Je y g'' se", Poultry
of largest
May to the 14th of July, 185ft, and best Creameries
could smt Sad relleT antil I caeamMcedaSifJ1 In the State of Illinois. It is always uniform in '
Harrison
alnety-slx per cent.'of the'deaths from 0ol2!? Medical quality. Bros* Ready Mixed Paints.tiontof .
sickness In the Merchants not receiving our quotations will do
English army In the us a favor by writing for '
same. teme for 'Sr
Prices-
Crimea might have been ionamraatloa of the Madder. I haoTs r7a your patronage faT respectfully .
,
certainly pre-1 m bottle wlw*I Assad gnmt nlUA ThlaUsVU EarWK SILL OVTST/IO THE TRADE. This is positive. prices answered promptly. Orders,given Prompt, andt Careful Attention, and Inqoine.YTMtJPabBV.
: r TpVtpd, and It la well known tbat tbe J rii'bw*r**>>t cor*."
THE ELGWBUTTEBCd'OF FLORIDA. 1
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professional Cards.WALTBB THE TAX ON WILD LAND.

CASSAVA CULTURE. .One Man Can Run This Steamboat HODGES & GODFREY

mOM ST. BO1"* - 8.y GUIAH.1 Commissioners Recently, the Board of County Editor Indian Kivrr Advoaotr: . ,
did an act of justice,
Manufacturers of
says the Kiseimmee Gazette. They in My last communication on Cassava I

formed the tat assessor that, in the culture has brought -me so many Inquiries
ATTOItNETS-AT-LAW, opinion of the Board, the assessment on regarding tills crop, that I deem CO Yellow Pine Lumber

Hours: From 10 to 12a.. m., tne wild lands of the companies for this it advisable to supplement my' last with ,

S0c ,and 2 to 4 p. m.XrnjBViLLK yar hould be reduced to what It was in a few more points regarding Its cultiva 2.D HOUGH A DKBHSKI),
I8 3 before tion, fertilization and
they were assessed on an general treat
Florida.I
Co. .
Brevard On Boa Heads,
improved property basis of valuation, be ment.To. *|*

In sU the oourts-state and fed cause of she building of pasture fences be sure of a good crop of anything, Krult A Vegetable Crate*.
will practice thereon. It had been brought to the at one has to begin right, and in no crop is Lumber delivered at any part vt Indian River
"'aLclal facilities *or "mining and perfectJjfSud tention of the Board that, as the result this mure important than in a cassava on throuirh bill of lading. Anyone enntemnlaSiiit -
title.. of negotiations carried on between the crop, for It is so very difficult to insure write| builtilnc for prioea.on the Toe Kant Bawnitllle Coast, would situated do well on tfeeJ. M>> \ \

land owners and stockmen, a sentiment a good stand of it unless the propwr MBS* .,T. A K. W. Ky., utiles south of 1alatka.BatatimalliglitM .
had sprung up in favor of the removal method is pursued, that care should be 3rQ Flaw
JONES Putnam
D(6K 8. Co.,
of the pasture fences, and Col. E. O. exercised from the very start to watch <
M
Morgan, of Bassinger, the most prominent and get as good a stand as possible.-
ATTORNBYATLAW.HTTJSVILLB stockman on the range, had been I prefer cutting my seed canes in short NATIONAL. 3E
authorised by the Associated Railway length*, and' bedding them,on a moderately

BREVARD CO., FLA Land Department, the Disston Land warm bed, covering very slightly MACHIMIRT HANDLKS FROM PILOT BOVSK. Home-Seekers

Company, the Okeechobee Land Company with soil, and on the top of that laying Tnl* "eambnat Is 3T-ft; ,8f beam tt.
long ; % depth of tmld| draw* la Inohes of water, andwill
County Judge of Brevard County. the Jacksonville, Tampa A Key aome Utter to keep the bed moist. This run eight mile* an boar, flu cabin xl r et, with SM-rt. brail-room. Two foldlnc beds and REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
West R'y, and Florida Southern causes the eyes In the cane to start grow fralley, as-rt. Can accommodate six or eight persona eaally. Huron either wood or ooal. Hula- *
land K'y. ing, otherwise it might dry and tlte able for pleaaure purpose or light rrelght or ttMhtnir business. We will duultoate for SIJ00. or . v
departments and Florida up,
Commercial will alter to suit oonditiona,at prises from SM0.OS to S1.0OO.
L/GAULDEK, JATTORNEYATLAW Company to have these fences taken white ants would then take possession
MKKMLL-STKYKNS KMQINKKRIMO CO..
D. of It. It Is right at this that Exchanging Property for Property aSpecialty.
down at stage a
once. The reduction Ju the 138 & 140 East Bay St.,Jacksonville, ria. (engineers, Contractors, Kte.MANIER .
taxes of the land owners interested great many growers make a failure of Send Description of what

amounts to over *1,000. The getting a good stand, because instead pi have and what want.MALABAR .
territory you you
R In all the Courts of 'the State
oraotlo*
will bedding the seed In this
covered the way and transplanting
IL anil the States Court*. by order reaches from Canoe
florty*.
Unjted Creek to Lake Okeechobee and fourteen to Its plage In the field when It Indian River, FLORIDA.C. .
p.oiBoi.aai. trnjBVuxr, ixA. has made a few inches
miles growth they
,
put
up a tributary stream of
Honey to Loan. IS Taylor it in place in the Held C. CARROLL,
Creek, a total distance of about 100 right away, and Ifa
miles, and embraces the entire Klssimmee few wet, cold days come along, there Real Estate Agent.
GOLDSMITH valley, the finest range la the state are ten chances to one that the half of it

M. well watered and open, the headquarters, fails to grow, while'in the bed,, as Indicated & LANE MUSIC CO.Conoyer
and center of the South Florida cattle ninety-nine per ceut of it will
industry. grow, and if properly taken care of will .
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW;
One divide fence only will be left make a crop. .
running '
east and west from Alligator Bluffs When the soil warms up along In late
jTItusville, Florida.CARYELWES on the Klsslromeo river to the St. John's April or early May is the time to transplant
river marsh which cuts the from the bed to the field, and there
range into
two is so littlo extra trouble or work In ruing
nearly halves.
equal The
assessment this that it is Fischer Kingsbury Frankiln
on this fence is advlsabe to follow
$1,500, and the tax
J* on It will bo voluntarily paid by Messrs. the plan every season if one wants to be ,
NOTARY PUBLIC sure of a To the best returns
Morgan, Miller, Underbill and Alderman. crop. get
STATE AT LARGE. Clothed with his authority, Col. Morgan from cassava the soil must bo put In PIANOS from Italy.
thorough condition. A harrow
taxes paid for will proceed at once to take all the sharp
Typewriting, nonteildenta pasture sub-soil .
ptow should be used for
rents and accounts collected, fences down, or have them taken deep John B. Togni,

to., eto. Correspondence solicited.Tltusvllle down, after giving the stockmen interested sub-soiling, plowing both ways and thus Saloon 12.1 East Bay SW.
openibg up the Boll and allowing circulation Metropolitan ,
Florida. ten or fifteen days' notice.IpEOROE CHICAGO
- - COTTAGE ORGANS.
of air in It. The cassava plant .... JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Wnaleeale .
sends its feeders away down deep after
moisture of which It considerable and Retail......
The Sure L'aGrlppe Cure. requires a
7 J. WEBB, quantity; therefore the more open Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms.

\ There is no use suffering from this and porous the soil, the better. The Tho Largest and Most Con

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, dreadful malady,> If you will only get sub-soil must not be turned up in this Write for pleto Establishment South.
Catalogues.MANIER
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th the right remedy. You are having pain operation, simply well stirred. This .

Circuit.Melbourne.. all through your body, your liver is out should be done in winter or early spring,
Florida.I of order, have no appetite, no life or and the necessary fertilisers should be A tANK MUSIC COMPANY,

ambition, have a bad cold, in fact are applied Immediately after, or at' least 2* East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.ft .
completely used up. Electric Bitters Is six to eight weeks before the crop is

the only remedy that will give you planted.
0. FBfES, C. E. prompt and sure relief. They act directly The cassava plant Is a. gross' feeder,

on your liver, stomach and kidneys, but gives good account of the plant food
COUNTY SURVEYOR. tone Jip the whole system and make you It consumes. On ordinary sandy pine

feel like new being. For sale at F. S.Chaffee's land one thousand pounds per acre
Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. drug store, only 50 cents per would' be none too much. This fertilizer

done. Estimates for bottle. They are guaranteed to cure, or should analyze about 6 per cen*
Tapping neatly price refunded. phosphorlo acid, 9 per cent potash, and

all kinds'of engineering works. Disputed J per cent nitrogen. Analysis of cassava Southern
gives 30 per cent of starch, and like all >
lines specialtyirrrcgrilLE ORANGE GROWING. other starch crops, potash Is Its chief ,

Brevard Co. Florida.. nutriment.
,
Coarse manure or litter of any kind isto Railway

Some Valuable Hint* on Varieties for a be avoided for thfs crop, and so is

Small Grove. stable manure, u pleas mineral fertilizers MANUFACTURERS OF
CTEPHEIT E. FOSTER, are added in sufficient quantities to

bring up the analysis to the point indicated. Doors, Sash, Blinds,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW The selection of varieties for a small Cotton seed meal is not good for rLOBIDA.
OUT Or
grove would depeDd, to a considerable either, because the very nature of the KOR FXOBLLBHT HBBVIOK OFFIBSD Moulding & Building Material.Ofllee .
Booms 420 & 423, Gardner Building, extent, on its location. If in the northern cassava plant calls for a high grade

Jacksonville, *' Florida.Wm. part of the citrus belt, Satsuma, mineral fertilizer. NORTHEAST, WEST. 4 Warerooms. King, opposite H'hMAr

Mandarin, Parson Brown and 'Boone's When the time arrives for harvesting : ; Cannon Utrout.Charleston .
Early would be best.If .and bedding the canes for next year's ,

Scott. Gordon R. Broome.CCOTT in the central part, Mandarin, Parson crop, the use of a proper fertilizer tells riEltOTJOK TTTLIMAH DHAWIKO JtOOM OAKS, DINIKO OAM.THOaOUaHFAUE S. C
Urown and Boone's Early, Jaffa, In the solid crisp root and the healthy, COACHES, VBSTZBU1.XD TJUUW ,
& BROOME, Stark's Seedless or llomosassa, Tangerine well matured canes that will keep well
anT
and grapefruit, Tardiff and King, all through the winter In their bed, coming Sash Weights, Cord (

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, If in a southern division, all of the out in the spring with eyes'well developed was :n
(over Bank) $ above, except the first four named.It to make a good crop. Ttreacb Veetlenled DrawtafReem MlMplag Car. between,Te n* am* stew TerthlU Hardware.
"! would be preferable to have not over The general run of our farmers do not JsiViiSTiraaveaaee aad Oolambla. wfikeat ekaage."UNITED .
Miami, \ Florida. six varieties In a grove of ten acres, and study this phase of'their calling at all Window and Fancy GIas3A
perhaps four would be better still, for in preparing and supplying the properly STATES FAST MAIL. .
le ea* New Term.Embracing SPECIALTY.BO .
the trees will not bear heavily for several balanced plant food to the respective PmUataa Drawlg Koeat ataB.t sUeMBf Oars between Jeafceaav

W. ALLEN, years, and there is considerable extra crops grown on their farms; for, whatever Ch.rlotte vlll .
trouble and expense and more loss in the crop may be, whether cassava, ; Lynchburg. W Baltimore and Philadelphia. YEARS*
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW marketing a few boxes of many sorts as sweet poiato, corn or some other, It lias shlngton, EXPBrlllNCstTradc
compared with many boxes of few varieties. Its jwn particular line of feeding, and "
[Key West, Florida. On pine or hammock land of must have ttr own particular kind of CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED. Care aad *

Will practice in the United States say fairly good quality, all varieties are plant food If it Is to do Its best.It Solid aatlbnled train et rnlimaa tbroofh without Room eaa.e SlMplag JaeheeavUie fwetrjlM OUMdmrvatlnaa. -

land State Courts. more thrifty"and productive on rough is, curious that while cassava loves aaU. via Ifaoe*. Atlaata aad Ukallaaeega- |
9jun9$ lemon, though In first quality soil other moisture, it never thrives on wet soil.A .
stocks are satisfactory. warm, porous, sandy soil suits It best, Also Through Pullman Sleeping Car* to

Mandarin, Tangerine, grapefruit and particularly If the soil be In a good mechanical Cincinnati, via Columbia and Ashavllto, Through the."LAND Marks
r\R. F. H. HOUGHTON, King require more nitrogen than other condition to respond readily DcaidNti

sorts, and as the rough lemon requires to liberal fertilization, and anyone having OF THE SKY."' . . CO"VRIOMTO AC.AnyoneHnalng .

less, these four are especially well suited this kind of soil will do well to try > aamrtaln oar a"Setflhand opinionfree da _wh ptfcmaia ta aa*

DENTIST. to that stock, on pine land at least, and some cassava. Invention I. I Ienlakly p 1---,
If other stocks are to be planted In the 'In transplanting the sprouted pieces rev detailed taformeMea ae o rates. aoh.dale., alaaplag ear r. ese., aealy *a lions.iiiiitlr. Olda.1 ft.antfrM. ...... '

Daytona,, - Florida.tValph same grove, they should not be mixed; of cane ttiey must be carefully haadledso , V a el ibe Muiaats RaiLwat ar lie oeeaeeUoaa.T Paiant* taken vezsgvssrsssttswui
tree not to break off the sprouts.A <* on
for it will impoverish any any as young
other stock near it, all being fertilized cloudy day should be chosen for the 1 fmrPlf AH' Florida Pass. Aft.. tH West Bay slrsetj Jacksonville Fla.J Scientific America...

alike. If the soil for a grove varies as to operation. The most convenient way W. A. TUB*, &. H. HABD wTOI,
M GULP. we.klT. I.olailon *"*** *'
e. smith, m. d. moisture and this Is often the case to plant is by laying off furrows four by Am*. Oe*. Pees. Agt., .A handaotn.lr or any lllnrtrated*"l" 'ti 8 J '"a 35"21/}*. I IStoing
the trees on rough lemon will give better four feet, and setting the plants In the AUeata, a Auld | rall

physician,and surgeon. satisfaction than any other, on the dried checks. A little nursing for the first 8o5. tesfitf-ESBHi1
portion, but, of course, will be more productive few days will Insure a perfect stand.At April ii. |

Specialist In Genital, Urinary an Rectal where there is sufficient moist harvesting the roots can be taken upas
ure. wanted. It will not do to harvest all
Diseases.- at once unless for shipping to factory,

Sanford, Florida. and even then I would caution growers
A Narrow Escape.'Thankful against putting too much in ono bulk, Parlor.
as it sweats and sours very readily. In .

words written by Mrs. AdaE. cool weather the roots might keep for
Pineapple, Orange and Lemon taken feeding purposes, for ten days or so, but
of Groton S. D: "Was
Hart, ,
weather will sour in a
in they
Land For Sale, Cheap.I with' a bad cold which settled on my warm of

lungs; cough set in and finally terminated couple About the days.end of November In this latitude
Four doctors gave
in consumption. Is the time for cutting the cane and
have for sale 80 pineapple could live but a short *
acres of me up, saying I bedding It. The stubs left In the ground G0TT0N Cammw
land on St. Lucie river, a, few miles below time. I gave myself up to my Savior, after cutting the cane should be covered .

Eden, 40 of which being northeast determined if I could would not stay meet with absent my with soil to prevent damage from SOFT SEINE TWINES.A .
friend* on earth, I my In making the bed for the c ane MADE VIGOROUS.
frost. WEAK MEN
quarter of northeast quarter of section above. My husband was advised TWINE,
ones too great a bulk must not be put together PERFECT fmJRCEON
18 the, township 38, south of range 41 east; to get Dr. King's New and Discovery colds. I for fear ot fire-fanging; It keeps best CABLE COR08 and MACRAMC.E. vl
other 40 is the northeast, quarter for consumption, coughs if bedded thinly like sugar-cane. If it
"f southeast quarter of section 3, cave It a trial, took In all eight bottles.It gets very dry during the winter, it should EMORY JOHNSON, o ,* o .. m* ..
township 38, south of range 41 east. has cured nie, and thank God I am, be drenched with water now and again. Mooogs CONN.
The above land can be bought for $10 saved and now a well and healthy worn All farmers should make cassava one ,
per acre. It is suitable for pineapple, an "Trial bottles free at F. S. Chaffee s of their staple crops; it Is excellent food i mv. s'-imy. is'-os*. eroi.WhatPEFFER'S .

orange, lemon or lime growjng. drug store. Regular size 50c. and $1.00. for stock of all kinds, and the yield is so

will be sold in lots of 40 aeres, for Guaranteed or price refunded. large that it is one of the most productive THEFISHING IS act. ..fairy and OiiVkly. UanM wnea all
cash. This otn.r. afi. Vuuihi ai.n r in lost aianhiMMii 01*
land $50
will be worth
soon root crops we have got. Twenty inii n reijovepyouthful vlaor.to Aki.l.l.lrUUn. <
per acre. substantial interest tons 'an acre Is quite a common yield GAZETTE CTu -' ) V'ltm.
Apply to C. H. Walton, .Advocate Labor Is the greatest (or nearly seven hundred bushels).
office; or to Robblns AT Graham, Titusrille on which we stand.A Cows increase in milk when fed on caswsava H. S. MEADOR.
(ESTABLISHED ISM.
)
tfKERRY'S kind heart is a fountain of gladness, and In fact everything on the farm Washington Avenue, f nifTOBV Of TUB WOULD'*

in Its vicinity to likes It, so why not grow more of it ? FLORIDA, s'isuenics.Thav .
TITUSVILLE -
making everything r ... r.oald ..rap.p.r. .
C. K. McQrjABBit. oalr wweklr wbll lea la th v-.n. vaat puokat. f plain
.Ipar boa. or tar A. wit* A *' "
with world a.tni.d ,
gladness. aclalela
freshen Ik Vvrtttaa Slaaraata* (a Oar* or M ra *
obligations? 0 namerll Kl.k.rl... Klah Caltar* Mo>.r. Paniphlxt fw .Hold hy dnn/.l.ta.Addrf -..
Why will you mention So.Cascaret Orange drove and Kealdence e* Nataral lllatorjvof Klata. Ak-irXM MHUIVMX,AasVM. catea*** SIS.i .
It doth everything Evervbod/* the orricut, or4an or Tiir trade.A .
Love never confers any. Caod v CatharMc, the most wonderful for Sale.A Valuable M for its own sake. medical discovery of the) age, pjeaa- The,riSMINQ oi th. principal OAZKTTK Fl.N alv.a mark.tk. dally!. if quotation the
of spring are the prophets ant sod refrveuing to >b* taate, act gently fine grove and garden property of sountry. and .It th. new. o th. rimXXnm WorM.It .
The blossoms and positively on kidney a. liver sod bowels, the Indian River I. In4l.pn..t>l alike to th* riMMRIiMANn4
So a joyful service in youth, cleansing tb* entire systrin. dlaiel| colds, 12 acres, fronting on < riSH HBAIJ K. Or-J r. *rcn>l of auturoo. lieadaohe. fever, habitual constipation and extending back to the county road MERCHANTS tor price of .ulMcrlptlon.
promises a rich fruitage in after years.He cum and blilousnee*. Pleas* boy and try a boof at Sharpes about 19 mile* 'south ofTltusvllle I..*>atpwldl t* Calledll.ln BiMr. wcvrnraiL*.

\ Seeds C. C. C to-day: 10. *\ cent*, bold and known aa tho Iirock place; pr rear. p> *t *ld < VavwisTSIeomatrl Satw.nUWMaMMOWMtlwna.ZZZlanMloa.
r nisus all druggists. - aa4 k/evwft ,***
guaranteed to cure by S0O beariJg trees; good bouse, four ** Ki .. *
a Np onraaa !
Sea* for aaaapl* pr.Addr.M UtSimm. taviaora
4, .! tat dealer for them. Send for Caald He*. rooms and kitchen; servants' house and 7 T f 4mmm>.. laa.latl.w Jlai.apaver.

V1''* SCEO ANNUAtV Schoolmaster-For Ken love at first, and most warmly; packing bJnse, Price, $ ,500.00. tub vtani! o gazbttb.XAIU In SS par ekUa Sua wvappar, all,eaaSI.taan.1 hi S 23 an'i getall that's Rood*nd| chiefly remarkable.S .' Apply tv EXPJtESI* BLDO-. .for p r MRilr rWI* ky hatat'SAZAeawOIATIwM.
**** Romans love last and longest. This la
lew the lateat and ancient women Rodbixs Graham .
BROADWAT.HW
/ SOS .Chanaja, 1U.Soltl .
(* ft m >* f natural enongh for nature makes women for TOKK
,
Attys. owners,
ktWfi a 0. M. FERRY a CO..] ESLm. sir. they understood J. D. Screven only.
TitasTtue FU.v by ,
Detroit.Mica. to bo won, and n n to win. ,
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INDIAN RIVBB ADVOCATE, AFBIL 22, 1898.f .



IIDIAM RIVER ADVOCATE. +- WAR TALK."To tioned, and parents and guardians friends in Tropic on Sunday last.J. SAYE MONEY And Boy From ****

cannot be too careful and. watchful M. Field and ..wife are visiting inIndianola

be or not to be" that is the of the.books and papers perused this week.
AWIItLt JOUKltAL DSVOTXD TO TUB D V UOFMEST by their or those under their Gilbert Hall on last
OF THE IKOIAH U I.AKBWOKTH question which now agitates the sons The dance at tbe
charge. The pernicious effects of Friday night was a grand success. There
world but
AHDBIMAYBB AT SSOTIOlfl.PDBUSBED civilized more particularly '
the United States and Spain. the great mass of bloodthirsty tales was a large selected crowd present.R. Feed Garden Seeds Flour

President McKlnley hue signed the and vile literature on the market C. Creech and B. D. Jernegatn Gallle were tbe Grain, Hay, ,
KVKBT FRIDAY.Ohablbi transacting business In Eau
is realized the
ultimatum, giving the Spanish government scarcely by general of the week.
early part Cotton Seed
until to-morrow to reply public, but if one is a careful reader road Meal and Meal.

H. Waltoh, Editor A Proprietor. to the joint resolution requiring of the daily press he cannot but from The Lotus people to the here point need of a tbe good island.

Spain to evacuate Cuba ; Senor be impressed by tbeabove, fact.Z While the County Commissioners are Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; TJarraloM to man

Discontinuance of stlvt*. roust bs o> de personally Bernabe demanded hie passports, building good roads In other parts of beast. Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations. *

At this ofllc* or by writing. and he and his suiteleft Wednesday the county, the people of the islandbaa
Ik the bill now pending, it is should not be neglected.R. Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, fl,
If *.
night for Canada. an unsatisfactory
proposed to tax coffee and tea, to C Creech, the new postmaster,
,
Check,etc.,may be in de payable to Cbablb answer is received by
od proprietor raise money in case of war, and as not yet taken charge of the office, He
H. WAtTOM,publisher
our government to tbe ultimatum, nearly eighty million pounds of is waiting for orders to move It to the

which is more than likely, the the latter, article of diet are imported office be has recently erected at bisSpsnlsh P. E. McMURRAY rWrr5WS TT>?T>v Carrie md

Addrsis All communications to movement on Cuba will begin. into the United States every place, &

INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, The whole tone of the Spanish year, it will be seen that tbe Pineapples and orange and lemon trees
TlTCSTILLS, rLOUDAi people and press, and the speech are crowing remarkably well, considering BAKER
amount raised by such tax would ,
the continued drought.
long
that ,
indicate
of the
Queen Begent,
be considerable
and of
course
,
,
the ultimatum will be resented byarms. Now, that the crop of vegetables Isshipped. Dealers in
Nsw Yobb OrriCBi the people will feel its effect, too. has settled down to its
Banyan
Metropolitan Rulldlnfc,1 Madison Ave, Great activity is in order departments Now, why could we not raise tea Jn usual summer dullness. Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carti, etc.,
tbe and riavy ett
throughout army authorize this country ? AH the southern The Advocate does all kinds of job Bicycles, Sundries, etc.

and the bill to states, and particularly Florida, printing nently and promptly. Hand in Main and Church Sts.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
of Agriculture issue call for
U. 8. department the president to a
are adapted to its culture, and it your orders to R. C. Creech.
"Weather IJureuu Jupiter, Flo.Tbe volunteers has passed the house.A would be found an extremely profitable
declaration from Madrid
comes
venture. .Who will start a Georgiana.
that the location of the first naval ? *" The NewSelden
comparative state* plantation
following w a
battle in the Impending war will
and rainfall for tbe "
of
mont temperature ill.Dr. .
week ending Tuesday, Apr. 10, 1808. surprise the world. It now begins "Grandma" Mensau is seriously
her.MIms .
1808 to look as*if .this war will be nochild's SUMMERING IN FLORIDA. Holmes Is attending Door

play, and we have our Emma Wagner left Wednesday, Cypress Company
- tIt the summer.
for Wisconsin, to spend
doubts about its being settled in For many years past the Advocate ,
the next few months, if it once Mrs. Lena Owen and two daughters
and others
have
we
presume, left ThurKflay for Louisville, Ky., to
commences.In been the recipient of letters from spend the summer with her mother.Mrs. .
the event of Spain's refusal toevaciiHtP tbe north asking how we manage from Opened October 1st, 1800, turned the steam on to
Luna Halnlip came up
Cuba within the limit to live in the* terrific ( ?) summer Melbourne, Fiiday, visiting her father One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door Sash
Total rainfall for the week: 0.12 Inches prescribed by the United States, heat of South Florida. For the and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Page.Dr. ,

Departure from normal rainfall for the nII .European countries who have benefit of these skeptics and others Chambeis was called to Fort Plants in the United
week: minus 0.38 inches. Departure Interests it> the West ladies will *bo may feel interested in the Pierce, Satuidayy to attend Alfred Hall, and General Wood Working, States
from normal rainfall since January 1, look closely after the in ; but on who is sick with typhoid fever.
matter would that it very
minus 3.22 inches.J. we say certainly And with experienced management, (covering a past'expeilence of elebt
\V. Croxk, Observer. the other hand, will' maintain a does get hot here, but we Miss Mary Halnlin was called home years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the ben
strict neutrality, which will, if have no sunstrokes no deaths from Eden by the sudden and Berlous possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will Wa

necessary, be enforced by arms. from extreme Heat. Look at the illness of her niece, Miss Etta Mapes.Dr. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glas ,. t,
Holmes is giving her ease through
There be doubt
The marino insurance companies can scarcely any past records of northern cities for his careful attention, and hopes are entertained

are *ald to be making a good thing as to the* issue of the_ imminent Just one day, a few of which are that her recoveiy is assured.We .

out of the'war sen re. war, as Spain is in no condition" here cited : New York city, fifty have had a good quarterly meet CHAS. N. WELSHANS

finan-ially or otherwise- cope deaths and over one hundred.prostrations ing. The presiding elder, Iiev. L. L. ,

successfully against the United from heat Philadelphia, Fisher, preached three excellent ser i. .
The Life-Saving Service of the States for any length of time, and eighteen deaths mons. Kev. I. B. Hawk, the preacher
United States wil) very likely cooperate the ; Washington, six In charge, assisting in the services. Dr.
general opinion is that the
LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR
deaths BRICK PLASTER
Baltimore CEMENT
with the' Naval Militia in complete annihilation of Spanish ; 19 deaths ; Holmes and wife came down flora City ,
Chicago six deaths and .Bio. Fisher's charming little
so on Point.
the coast line in the event upto
guarding rule in Cuba will be tho'flnale.' .
death-roll of daughter accompanied her father.Thls
a 125
from
of war withS}>aln. The plan in view is to bo hi hard persons HAIR AND LATH; **
heatS Bless island bya
one day's you, friends, part of our was swept
and blockade Havana, which, with In comparison we enjoy life down terrible Are last .Wednesday the first

France has a poor way of showing the combined attack in tbe rear by here during the summer months time In neatly twenty-Hve years. It State Agent Xi. &.M. Paints and Oils.u .

that she is the traditional our troops, assisted by the Cubans, ; started at Uiscock's dock, on Banana
we may perspire a little, and swear and children
(supposed) friend of the United would bea, strain that* could not little river, where some women Old 'Phone 8. ; \ 13 nogan Street,!
flsh for little
a more, but hot weather never had made a tire to fry a
States, says John Gratton, of London be resisted very long by the Spalnards kills in this region. Come down picnic dinner. J'liey had been cautioned JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.I.ITHIA .

a descendent of the great ; on the other hand, we may with us, and keep cool this about putting out their fire. In less
orator, who was recently in Wash not have'to fire a shot. In any and then summer, than an hour after leaving the place,
stay With us next winter the dense, black smoke was seon rolling
it is almost certain that
ington. ease, Spain '
and keep warm. up. There was a strong wind from the
would endeavor to retaliate in someway south-east, which carried the fire rapidly

There was an unprecedented influx but her fleet would meet with and directly to Mr. Hughes' place, burning FERTILIZERS.

of tourists to the East Coast a warm reception should any of Vloe-Con.nl Leaves Jacksonville. his small orange grove, a part of his ...
larger and several hundred pineapple
the past season, which bodes well her ships venture near enough to grove '
weie destroyed. Everyman
1 Senor Juan Potous, the Spanish vice- plants ARMOUR'S PINEAPPLE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S .
of. our big north for
for future years. Florida is the any ports consul at Jacksonville and some women were out fighting
has left for'San
ideal resort for the winter months, those are the only places where Domingo, hut before his departure he Art, but if It had not been for the many VEGETABLE FERTILIZER.

and many northerners and others she could hope to, inflict" any material turned over the affairs of his office to the artesian wells between the fire and the

'seem to have found out this fact. injury to our commerce orcities. British vice-consul, Mr. Ed. Sudlow. The houses only, nothing building could destroyed have saved was a tbem.Bmallouthouse Specially prepared out of the purest materials and recommended to growan,

However,* America would at the Ebbett plaoe. Two because they are the very highest standard of excellence.

When a 11))Is its columns have done her duty by ridding Banyan. miles or more the fire raged, a magnificent #
paper
Cuba of Spanish rule, and bring* sight, if it had not been so terrible. For other crops we haveARMOUR'S
with such rubbish as "a hundred
From Dr. Chambers' place north much
,
,
Seminole Indians have tendered ing about a better condition of Robert ILtrper and B. J. Milliard'have damage was done. It, is hoped that ORANGE TREE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S .

their services to the government to affairs In that island. been shipping large quantities of green there will be no more plcnio fries in this
FRUIT AND VINE.
their historical '! Already business in the south beans from their late garden at Bonaventure vicinity for a hundred years.
light they
enemy has been affected considerable for which they are realizing good
to
a
must* surely need something to yrices.J. ,* ARMOUR'S BLOOD, BONE AND POTASH.

write' about. Is it not another extent by the prospects of a war SPRINGS, OA.SWEETWATER .
"First of J pfi.fake ? with Spain, besides throwing hundreds Snell.. P. Brown and his deputy, D, R. Compare our analyses with those of any other manufactures. JWe can(gin
passed through.Banyan, Wednes
and hundreds of* people, who day, in search of the negro desperado, PARK HOTEL.Llthla you other Fertilizers or Fertilizer materials.

i cannot afford it, ou$ of employment who shot at tbe marshal in Eau Oallie a Springs,Near Atlanta,Qa. Use our Complete Brands and you will get the very best results. AnalyM
Come to the East Coast of Florida both on land and water r for few days before.It. .
Florida and New York sleepers pass our door. prices, etc., furnished on application. We shall appreciate a trial order.
if hostilities begin, as you will several steamship lines have discontinued B. Stewart, of Brantley, accompan Hotel 0|>ena Feb. IS. Tbe most bealtbful location
then be certain of absolute their and ied by R. A. Leadbetter In tbe South. Never any cases of oonta-
safety, sailings, shippers were out dilving or Infectious diseases, or even malaria,
especially in Titusville. The War along the whole Atlantic coast in bis new road cart on Sunday last. 5Ions the place to spend the spring months without ARMOUR & COMPANY,

Department, says there is no need have been unable to get sufficient Capt. John McLean, with the large too warm risk. to Not be as sa/e.mid as Rooms mountain with resorts both grates, nor

of troops down here. Still, they vessels to carry our products to tradeboat, Noma, was anchored in Ban- and and steam toilets,heat hot,and electric oolilrunning lights, private water.baths Sun, Jacksonville, Fla.P. .

have sent us a few big guns to other ports, which means 'a great has van on Saturday last. Capt. McLean parlors and Klaxs-lncloeed porches. Stop over
many friends bere who is Hotel
always privilege* cost S no.OOO. All kinds of
scare off any Spaniards who might loss of money also. "Then, .again, glad to see him.Mrs. medicinal baths and the strongest Lithla water 0.Box, l.|
take.a notion to visit us. the price of* daily necessities will known for rheumatlnm, kldnev and bladder
R. C. Creech and children, accompanied troubles. Bend for cironlar. Si 50 to 4 per day; ESTABLISHED 1876.
undoubtedly rise should we have by B. D. Jernegan *I5 to 2o per week: less by tbe month. H. T.
were visiting Make,late
of Pass Christian and Hanitou,Colo.
war, and even now bills are pending
There was no necessity for the
which will mean, If passed, an I.
Spanish minister; Luis P0J9 deBernabe

to be in such" hurry to increased'price for tea, coffee,

leave, as all .Spanish subjects residing tobacco, beer, etc., the brunt of .HAMMOND PACKING CO. Prodo
Commission
in the United States, also which cost falls upon the "people . . Merchant. . Fruit & *
who are least able to bear it. Many
their interests, are'entitled to
protection
from tbe United States enterprises and industries in the (Formerly The G. II, Hammond Co.) 97 Murray St., NEW YORK.a .
southare also at standstill and
for a if need be a bUR
government
yeor' all who have to "labor for theirbread" SPECIALTIES : WEEKLY MARKET REPORT X
after war is declared. There is no

reason to believa that this treaty- VI11 certainly be glad when "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon Strawberries, prime to fancy/ per qt. ..-. 017to 020
made between America and Spain the country once more settles Strawberries,' poor to fair, per qt "litoOW
would be violated down to its usual routine of bustnessactivity. "Coin Special" canned meats. Potatoes, new crop, per bbl 6M550to

many years ago """" vr w>.. . .. 600
"Calumet" hams ** .i >
by our government.It and breakfast bacon. Beets, per crate v..ijt . ;.. . 0 65to 075175to

"Calumet" leaf lard. per bbl orate . 250180to
Wr have received tbe initial Celery, 3 to4)4 doz. per crate j..d ..".7. 200150to
is computed thai if the enormous number of "Our Sunny Land",'? Homemade pure lard."Peerless" '* 5 to 8 a 1lOOto
0 to 13 125150to
amount of $5,330,478,661of
edited by Mr. C. M. Gardner
life insurance, said to be iniorce atMiami. compound lard, sausages Cabbages, per bbl crates. . *. .-. 175
It is and 300
a bright
very Cucumbers 60to
crate 2
and all"Packing House Products. per i
in this country at tbe end of and think it well Lettuce 1 00 to 150
newsy paper, we poor to fair , ..
1897, was equally distributed deserves the patronage of Dade Tomatoes, fancy per carrier '. . .*.. . 0 00 to 225

among the adult males of the county's residents. We gladly welcome FLORIDA BRANCH : JacksonYille/. fairtogood '.. ...., .. ..." 150t 200
United States, It would give 'toeaoh this Peppers, per crate j.(..*.., . 1 25 to 172
individual insurance new publication.to our B Wrlte us for quotations, and you will be pleased. String beans, wax per bsk't .. .t. ..-. SOOto 275
an of exchange list, and wish it evejry ; frelgfit, per crate .*. 200to 225

nearly $300; but distributed unequally possible success. exp. per crate: ,.. ..-. . 200to 275
as it is, the figures strikingly Squash, white, per crate 0 75 to 100
manifest the* prevalence of The Premier Flour of Peas, per basket. '. i. .. .. O75to400to 100I

life insurance among the people. TnK clearing of vacant lots, tidy* America.

ing up of premises, planting of

shade and ornamental trees, and

At this time, it may not be out the keeping down of weeds and

of placeto mention that the new sandspurs are-* among the things Unexcelled Ae
Biscuit represent the Old Hartford and London and Globe,
cscgk Liverpool
,
uniform for the United States that go to make a town attractive j .
Providence $ Washington Fireman's Fund and Sun Mutual.yST"
army will be of very light canvas, to visitors and a pleasure and comfort.to Lowest '
with in all rates guaranteed. Write for rates, etc., to
leggings branches oftbe Its residents. These

service, and broad brimmed seem like small matters, but they may For l$ BMrmmB and C. S. SCHUYLER Tltusvillei, A***r

hats, turned up at one side. The all go towards the building up of a

dress coat is longer, than.that now desirable and prosperous residence

in use in the army, but the fatigue town. -

coat is slightly shorter; chevrons Pastry.JACKSONVILLE JOB PRIITT11TG

and epaulets will denote rank as That the large number.of crimes

heretofore, tbe United States coat, committed by boys and young men

of-arms ,being shown above the is the direct result of. reading bad Executed at the OF ALL KINDS

insignia of rank. literature, can hardly be ques- Represented bj F. M.IBURST, FLA.Bread. .

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tk fodpar summer,

vktlwMM ud dalkhMU. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. A. Wlnam, former

prominent residents of Eden, will soon
clone their residence here and leave for
the North. We hope to see them here
Hex* winter, for they are a charming
and hospitable young couple.

Charles II. Walton, of the Advocate,
Titusvtlle, was the guest of Hotel AlMZ -
a ""P'0' of dfty the fl t of the
week. The representatives of "the pink
paper of the East Coast" are always wel
come visitors to our picturesque city.

President Geo. F. Miles of the Indian
River Steamboat Co., has returned Iroro
his trip north, where It is rumored that
he went to make arrangements for the .11 Aroiirifl Fortniasoi .
POWDER building of two palatial steamers to put hihi Price $25.00.GUARANTEED fcy Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply tous
on the run between Titusville and Palm
Absolutely Pur* Butch next winter, bis present steamers ANALYSIS: for prloes, and wo will prove to you we can save you money.

being unable to accommodate half the Molntnrst
S to 10B BONE
tourists who wanted to toko a trip on Ammonia .. ... .... to S STEAMED BONE, RAW ,
Indian River. 'fcqual to Bulphate of Ammonia... 20 to 86 BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOM'HATK,
Available fbonphorlo Acid 8 to
UUUM MWH<00..MW VOmt. Quite a number of people visited the Eqaal to Bona Phosphate of Lime ,, 11 to ISB .DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA,
Potash K2 O to SIt
site for the
new battery on Anastasla Kqnal to Sulphate of Totaah to 10OS
SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS
Island, Sunday last. Colonel Benyaurd Magnesia, Lime,Soda, etc to 60E2T" ,

has decided on a site facing the inlet, Write for Special Pamphlet.B3T" TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,
and the work
Key West.mtraotor menced. Capt.of Mlckler construction has com COTTON SEED HULL ASnES, KAIN1T AND TOTASHES. '
boen and a gang ofrien Special Mixtures compounded with "machinery at very low 0Melbourne.
*
V excavating a long pit In
Vonable has returned from the bluff, in front of which will be placed H prices.
some 10x10 timbers. A sand battery
nit to Atlanta. will also be thrown up in front of the Please Correspond with us before boing induced to buy from Doalqi-H. Sond for
ork on the new government coal guns. Colonel Benyaurd is rushing the
hoitee is being rapidly pushed for- work all be can.Iy Pamphlet.


I1eut W. n/Everett has arrived here Rockledge.Rockledge LITTLE BROS*. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO

ke command of the Mangrove, lie ,

g by way of the East Coast line.iter .
Tcicsoii.Trlllo: ZETloxiclci.
ban been scarce-here of late, soovernment is certainly looking dull at ,
lias received 100,00<> galfroin present, the hotels been closod and the

Tampa, which was brought tourists gone.Mr. .

Inabaige. and Mrs. A. N Clark, well known Inhe this Union charming who enjoyed spot. Hotel their Ormowi winter When a Customer calls for Spring Wheat Flour

great many ladies and gentlemen residents of Plalnville, Conn., have re had Its full quota of guests, which however
er on the docks and breakwater to turned home.AH GOODE OnuDK. Roal Kutate anil Loana. is scarcely to be wondered at, seeing
Agent for jVtna, London and Liverpool and
and admire our 090 fleet of war tiains for Rockledge stop out at Ololio. and liniwrlul Fire Inmiraure. Spet ial that It vtas under the usual management he expects to
get :
j. the junction, but the steamers from Ti attention. paid to the Interests of non residents. of those estimable gentlemen, /
Commander Barnett who tusville land Messrs. Anderson dt Price. The excursions
etitenant you right at Rockledge.Mr. .
in command of the Bache, has up tbe Tomoka river aro alwava
been and Lieut.is and Mrs. Wm. M. Merwln, two of HOTEL CARLKTON; MELBOURNE, FLAHeautlfully looked forward to with much pleasure
ordered to Washington,
1 our situated on a hlgb Muff, overlooking -
very progicsstve winter residents, by those who come here.
dm taken bis place.mrge have the Indian River. First-lass aouoinluudatlons -
returned to their
home in Milford, ,and rates reiutoiiahle. -
Bowen as recently married to Conn. F. KOBEKT80N, Proprietor.WHEV .
Florida Bethel, Rev. Gilbert IIIggBuiirg. [Send the Advocate an order for any
; The .wedding took place atluiilence The continued drought Is liable to job printing you need.]
cause the YOU HO TO MELllOURNK rail at the
of the biide's and young oranges to drop from to., Millinery *
parents ltuzjuir, Mrs.rims J. F. Campbell This
Iwppy pair lett for Atlanta. Their the trees. We have had a long, dry Notions, Dry Goods, I ulies' readymade GET
spell.J. Ferris' Renowned
and woven Underwear Sebastian.
ra home will be In Mississippi.le Corset*,eto., embroidery and colored silkn,
oew electrlt street railway is beiiished P. Garvey & Sons are among the souvenir spoons, stationery,eto.HOTFL .

along rapidly, and it will not enterprising road-buildeis of this sec 'What was the matter with tbe roses ?
tion. They are building a stone road FLA.Lovelv .
BKLLKVUE, MELllOlltXE
will beto
editor
ii){ eie the Advocate the entire length of their propeity, about view of Indian River. In a sheltered Roadmaster K. Ben Carter, of the KE.
take a ride on it. Several bun- three-eighths of a mile. J. D. Almond situation Superior accommodations. Moderate C. Ry., was In town Monday.S. .
steel rails and about 140 packages rates. >
cues of electiical apparatus and and a force of men are doing the work.n. W. R._CAMFBKLL, Proprietor. Kltching returned fron\ Cocoa via

binary have arrived from New York.me . Julius Smith has gone north, but steamer Tuesday night.Frits .

davs it looks as if our govern- not before he had a ten-inch artesian HOTEL RIVERSIDE, MELBOURNE, FLA., Light boarded 'the train for It Is the best; also thu cheapest, because It goon*
well driven. It is down to the of overlooking Indian River: homelike aooouimndations Rockledge
and other depth on Wednesday.
t meant to go to war, on and Rood board. Rates (I SO per farthest.
it do not appear so; btill last week 470 feet, and the flow of water is immense. day or$0(10 to $7.00 per week, according toloLatlon Miss Ada Braddock' left on Monday
government made an allotment ofii)0 Mr. Smith intends to use the of room.. Rpemnl rate, to ,Ktverpeople. for an extended trip to Seville. Take no other; Insist on getting the gonulnaarticle.
CHAS.T.McllRIDE
) for the'complete equipment ofumy Eower to run a dynamo to light his .
hospital at this place for the and grounds by electricity.Rockledge's Proprietor.LFOV Robert Roberts and Jule Howard attended .

red, many attractions will be the dance at.Narrows Friday. For aulo by leading dealers throughout the State.

ie mother superior of the Convent added to this summer by more road making SUIlGkON A. PEEK, Melbourne, M. D., Fla. PHYSICIAN, AND. Miss Alice Newlun, of tbe Narrows, -W

ary Immaculate has offered to place aud we may get a stone crusher and visited friends here this week.Jas. .

:onvent and two school buildings atliuposal U86 coqnlna rock Instead of shell, This A. nndnon returned from Rock SEEDS Field and Garden SEEDS. < i
of the United States govern- rock makes good substantial rouds and ledge Tuesday
t, to be used as a hospital in case of sidewalks. Most of our residents-are Col. T. P. Bond, wife and daughter evening.
with Spain, and offering the services strong believers in good roads, and weappieciate left last Monday for their home In Savannah The sloop Yankoo Doodle was In' our
sisters the pink paper's continued Ga. harbor Wednesday.Messrs. .
le as nurses. Seed House in the State.
of the Let have Largest
advocacy same. us good
Will Nash, of New York, spent the Brownilgg and Kent are
roads by all means; and we yet hope to past week in town with his slBter, Mrs. anchored in our port.
lumber and other building ma- see one from here to Titusville.f ,' II. Special Varieties of Corn for Florida. Souds for Fodder crops.
( Stewart.non.
I direct from the Builders' Supply _______ Stanley Kltching says thnt the Narrows
Iy Augustine, and save the lumber J. D. CllARB keeps a first-class Saloon Wines, C. T. McCarty was In town last Is the place for a good time.Mr. Cassava Sood, 7oo. per KM), best. Send for Prioe LI t->

commission.Miami.. been, whiskies, brandy and ram, Imported Tuesday, calling on friends and attend'ing and Mrs. Wm. MsBride boarded L. CAMERON, Seedsman,
Anil domnstie cigars, tonaroo and cigarette*. to business.
lTlcs of liquor* from 12 00 to$S no per gallon. the train on Monday for Seville. 125 Bast Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA0.AlsoPaper .
Prompt attention to telegruph and mall John Beach was In town, Wednesday
orders. Terms Cash. Cocoa, *la.J. Will Coyart and Bright Braddock have
D CKABB, Agt.Daytona. shaking bands with old friends. T. C.Conkling a land-clearing contract. | Sholl Peocan Trees, 1 to 3 years, Olustee stock, $12 per 100.Fertilizers. .
drove him down to Malabar.J. .
Three schonnors and two sloops all
ate a number of cottages will very II. May spent last Sunday with Mr. American anchored here Tuesday night.Capt. .
y be built here this summer.gieenhouse and Mrs. R. W. (loode and family, then
left for bis home in Miami, Sunday even R. A. Hardee returned from the
will be erected this sumon ing. Narrows Sunday morning.Wm. .
.the Royal Palm grounds, west ofI E. II. Armstrong, the optician, is intown.
Smith who has of Cocoa in town
sometime
I asino. Clarence spent J.arvls, was
with Mrs. Louisa Henley, left onSunday's Saturday.
nrk on the new Presbyterian church James N. Gamble and party left Tuesday train for his home in Jonesboro Before making your purobases write to
Miami will the The Epworth League will bold an"appiepio"
shortly commence, for Ohio.Mr. Indiana.Mrs. .

s and specifications being now ready. Brower has gone to Glencoe to ."John etttgrew, who has been Wednesday next social, the at 27th Mr.Inst.Uroves', on The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.

3 great demand for land by Intendottlers take a look at his orange grove.We spending a few weeks with her parents, i
Sam Boone of the F. E. C.
Ry., was
.
keeps Civil Engineer J. S.erlck Mr. and Mrs. John Ooode, left here last ,
which Is in ,
of the F. E. C. Ky.f quite hear a rumor, we hope Sunday, for ber borne In Boston, well town Sunday. t
founded that lot has been secured
now. well for tbe ,Catholic a chapel. pleased with her visit to Florida.Mr. Rev. W. A. Louder preached an Impressive For Prices and Terms. Special attention given to Pineapple, Orange Tf Wand

ilnent. M. Brown and E. L. Brady, two Workmen are busy raising the roof ofMrs. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson and daughter Sunday last.sermon to a large congregation, Vegetable Fertilizers at low prices.

Tltusvllllans, have., been Davidson's bouse, cor. Lewis and Miss Beulah, were calling on friends
iljng several days In town recently, Palmetto avenues, to place another story here last Monday to say good bye, ere Stock of Goods at Titusville >'la--
"ling to business interests. on the buildiDg. returning to their Chicago borne, which Mi ceo.Mr. kept ,

1 Nellie Budge, of Urbana.O., sister they expect to do in a few days.-

laml's hardware merchant, F. T. who Miss has Anna been Moreland suffering of Advian from ,organlo Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jay, who have Foster, of Orchid, was In town last so a* to avoid delay In shipments,

e, left for .home last weeTt, being died at the Seaside Inn on been spending the winter in the pleasant week.Mr.. $ A
heart disease,
npanied by her brother as far aswile. home of Mrs. Henley, left, here last E. SUDLOW, Oen'l. Manager, O. CAUY-ELWES
Monday morning.W. Williamson Is busy shipping bean*
.
Miss Budge has had a very Tuesday for their Indiana home. They
fable stay here this winter..Julia O. Mendenhall, who bought out Intend to spend a short time In St. Augustine. and potatoes.Dr. Jacksonville, Fla. Special Agent, Tltuevllle.

D. Tuttle baa sold J. E.aberlaln Watts Bros*, stock in the Opera House Powell made a business trip to
block is selling off at cost to make way Melbourne last week.Mr. .
,
a fine lot close to Twelfth Admiral Cillls, Mr. Gillls and the
t, on which be expects to ereot a for new goods. Misses Anna Olllls and Oeneva Hall left Drake, a winter resident of Rose- Works
some residence within the next few The citizens of Sea Breeze were treated here last Monday for a short trip to Key land, was In town Monday, calling on Florida Electro Plating
;18. The ground is now being laid to an impromptu illumination when tbe West,' after making a pleasant visit with onfriends. ,
md trees planted to that end.8J steamer Juno burned about eleven Mr. and Mrs. Olbbs and family for a few
and John and Dr.nd .
Mrs. Delaney,
potatoes are now going forward o'clock on for Saturday the fire.Rev. .night. No cause days. Mrs. Powell were visiting in Orchid Gold* Silver, and Nickel Plating. \\i
tnia section In large quantities, the Is assigned Last Saturday morning the steamer last week.T .
part of the tomato crop having Dr. Judd preached one of bis Spartan carried a. Jolly party to the Bicycle Parts, Revolvers,Tableware, Watches, Jewelry, eto., replatod 1b
shipped. A few crates of plne- able sermons on Sunday morning at the ostrich farm at Courtenay, where six Care Constlpatlaa Vorevev. workmanlike manner and work guaranteed. OHlce i 61 VV. Forsyth HU,

from the Keys are coming Jin, and Methodist church. It U a great privilege young birds won the admiration of all. Take Caaoareu Candy Catbartla looor JACKHONVILLE, FLA.J. .
pldly disposed of. to listen to tbe doctor, and our one regret These trips on the Spartan are always If O. C.C tall to cure,drncsUu rafand sooner. H. DOBBINS Manager.
fortifications la that he is not to stay with as.A enjoyed by all who are fortunate enough ,
the front
on bay ,
in a pleasantdays' outing on
t s mile beach-picnio was to Join
south of Miami delightful
are being most
i'y' pushed to completion under the given last Monday evening at the Peck Indian River.A THE JOHNSON LAW CO.

"on of Robert Hanson. Two 10-ln. cottage. It was given In honor of Miss very enjoyable affair was the party CHESEBRO BROTHERS *
"0 8-ln. rifled cannon will be the Jeane Gregory, of Detroit. About at the home of Mrs. A. E. Valentine, on

mat for the fort, which will afanple dozen of the young people were present. Bayonne plantation, Tillman, last Saturday Electrical & Mechanical
protection if needed.St. Miss Gregory leaves for her Michigan evening to which about thirty Melbournites -
home to-day In company with her sister, went, some going by carriage WHOLESALE
Mrs. TenEyck.At and some by sailboat All report a most

Augustine. the'annual meeting of the First delightful time. ENGINEERS.Tlifl J7lSH JEALEHSyNo.
fJOMMISSON
Baptist Church' of Daytona, held on
the following were elected .Most Complete Electrical Sapply.Hoase
kft Ranson Sunday, Ormond.
has gone to Miami toaitcr officers for the ensuing year: Fat nr, *

the building of a fort. Rev. O. J. Johnson, D. D.; Deacons, la the State. J, Fultorv Wholesale Fish Market, New York.

1 ?'}7arDurtPn. traveling passenger ilanson M. Smith.W. B.Baldwin F. McKloney; Church; Large quantities of channel bass have SPECIALTIES: Spanish Mackerel, Sheephead, Pompano, 'Bluefian, IU V
ClerkL.
/ th\C1'd "* h wpeits Church
y tbe ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES :
' from the bridge past
New York this week.klV. Treasurer. Herbert E. Smith; Trustees been caught Snappers, Klngusb, Trout, Green Turtle, Kedbead and Canvas-back Duck*.
i O W.Rich.J. R. Cole, O. H. Blount; season. Largest stock of wire, lamp cord,
Me furnished If desired.
Zehnbauer References
attended supplied.
Who McKloney. Stencils promptly
edding of Ushers, Elton Rich and Jesse James Duffy, of Boston, and Frank witches, cut-outs, cleats, knobs,
"*. are Miss Annie Sams,at New The church also confirmed the election McMillan, of Freeport, Me., two of Hotel sockets, lamps, shades, dynamoes
P'easint' again at home, and report a of ounday school officers, which were Ormond's help, are returning home from and motors, annunciators, electricbelTa Home-Grown
time.u ber E. FOR SALE
follow,: Superintendent, H Jacksonville on a bicycle tandem.Ormond push buttons, extension foot
Krty, McDonald, the bright and Smith; Assistant Supt., B. F.Mck nney. with ber drives and bicycle push: burglar and "re alarms, Edlsonr -
Baldwin, ,
W.
'youngdaughter of .Contractor J.iVhe Secretary and Treasurer, L. golf links, picturesque country La Lands, Sampson, Sal Amoniao PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS *
routes *
Mlaml na? ooen i IHn8IhL Librarian, J. L. Hamilton. and streams, close proximity to the and Imperial dry batteries, batteries

beach and ocean, aud numerous other tor naphtha and gas engine*; Of the following Varieties :

?C-?eak. th Indian River When In want of any kind otherwise of building, the natural attractions.delightful Is places undoubtedly for recreation one electric lights, draughting from water, and power complete; engineering Abbali Porto Rico Egyptian Queen Golden Queen Ripley Qieen SmootbfCajenne
,
ul, b i">K traveling pass- _. x.hI In car loads or of tbe most plans and specifications furnished. ,
lo.t ?* '"turned here from his on the East Coast.Tbe Pernambnco ud Red Spanish:
Indian ,
River.of at Ormond has been
past season THE JOHNSON LAW CO.,
Florida Pineapple C*.
Apply to O. C. MATTHAMS. ,
and were
many
our hotels have closed arlier one of marked gayety,
Palm Bead fW
West
tbe various states of Jacksonville. Fla. ,
iclpau l. Hotel Alcazar will the people from V

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INDIAN KIVER APVOCATK, APRILS, 1898.



FLORIDA HORTICULTURAL

Tobacco SOCIETY. CANDY


The annual meeting for 1803 will, beheld r y CATHARTIC jfr

in Orlando, May 3, 4, 0 and (f and
will well have bright ? &?
a <
cure It promises to be one of tbe largest and

rich color ancl flavor, with good most Interesting In the history of the


burning properties, if liberally Society.The Society Is one of tbe largest and CURE CONSTIPATION

supplied with a fertilizer containing roost Influential bodies of the kind In

the country, and Its meetings are occasions
at least 10% actualPotash.
of exceptional I nUtrekt to everyone ALL .

Interested In horticulture in iFlorida.Tbe DRUGGISTS *

usual very low transportation rates

of one cent1 per mile, actual travel. Is

expected from tbe associated railroads ;<

of tbe State of Florjda. Keduced hoUil j

in the form of sulphate. rates and other, arrangements for the

comfortand? pleasure! of the members is
The quality of tobacco is improved
being looked after by a very efficient *

by that form of Potash.Chir local committee. _

No one who desires to post himself ontbe
books will tell you Just what to use.Tbey .
are free'Send for them. latest phases of fruit growing and

> GERMAN KALI WORKS, gardening/to meet bis co-laborers In tbe

f j Wsawa St,Nr *. horticultural field, or to join kindred

spirits In a royal good time, sbould miss

the approaching meeting.In .

TOO MUCH RESPONSIBILITY.T addition to the regular programme,

arrangements are being'made' (by the

> Colored Porter' tod Hli Eiidm For request of members) to have papers presented

Bit Educational Shorteoralogs. on tobacco-growing In Florida In

While the oolorod man at tbe depot Its various phases. As this Is a subject
Iran loading the trunk* on the baggage
of at the present
Importance
trnck a Mnall boy of hi* own color apirouched paramount
( him and said t"Bam tln\e, all those experimenting In tobacco

kin I spoke wid yo* a minit?" growing should be present.To This reserved for

"Boywboyo'oallin Bam?" demanded all members,'old and new, whose space new

tbe tnan as he dropped a trunk to membership foe for 1898 Is received in

Confront the youngster. time, credentials will be Issued, making Tiine-table F. E. C. Ry.

Ifce oallln yo' Bam. of oo'so." available the low rates of transportation

"Waal, dar ain't no of oo'se to It.My extended In
and other courtesies connection
name, aah, are Samuel Brown. Ifwo'
with tbe meeting. The only
wish to spoke to me, yo' mnit call
-tne Mlstah Brown. Mow, what yo' got requisite of membership Is a fee of$1.00,
to ay which should be aent to II. O. Hastings, SATO COMFORT QUICKTIME LOW RATES !

"My sistah aent word to yo', MUtahBrown. secretary, Interlachen, Florida. *
Finest Cuisine)and Servioo. No Transfer between Jacksonville and Mew York.Tne .
.
Fleet Is composed of tbe following Handsome Hew Steel Steamers t
"Oh, den yo' got a latahf""Tea Doaf Tofteeee Salt sa4 Smoke Tsar 1.1ft) Awsr.To '

aah, an she don iole ma to tell quit tolmuOO Busily sod forever, be magnstlo. 'Comanche"
jro' omethln. full of Ufa, nerve sad vigor, take NoToHatf -
,tbe wonder-worker, that makes weak men North-Bound.
"She did ehf Did sistah know
yo'r
itrooav'AU druggists,Wo or II. Cureguarsnteed. Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide.
Oat I wm Mlstah Samuel BrownV* .' Booklet end. sample, free. Address From JACKSONVILLE, FLA.., (calling at Charleston), Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
"Yea, aah. Sterling, Remedy Co., Chloego or New York From CHAKLKSTON, S. C, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
'For hour of sailing see"Clyde Line" Schedule,or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers.
"An dtt I hadde responsibility ci #
$*
Ala railroad on my shoulders*" What do you need In the way of South-t ound.
"Yee, aah. v"An envelopes note and letter heada bill Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 2 Bast River?New York, at 3 p. m., as follows IHT
,
ForCHARLElForJACKBUr (>Na.Cv . Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
she didn't dun write tne a note?" heads, statements, tags, cards, etc ? FLA.calling at Charleston 1| Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde .
"No aah. We shall be glad to have a share of your
She dun tola me to say iloyo' Lines
work. We have a first-class lob department New England and Southern (Freight only.)
connected with the Advocate, (Calling at Charleston, 8. C, both ways)
"Boy, don't yo fool wid a pnsson inmy and all we aak is a thare of your work. STEAMERS DKLAWAKH," AND "GEO. W.CLYDE"
posiahna. Why didn't yo'r sistaii are appointed to sail as follows t
dun write me a note?" From foot of Hogan Street,Jacksonvi.THURSDAYS. From.Lewis* Wharf,Boston,

'Kane, aah. yo' couldn't read It liahe Notice for Publication. FRIDAYS.
did." '

The man'reached out and caught thhoy Clyde's St. Joins River Line.DE .

by the arm as if to afaake him, but Land Office, Gainesville, Fla.,
Apt 11 4 th, 1608. ; ( BART LIME)
iUreotly a amila broke over hia faoe and
the Jacksonville,Falatka, Sanford, Enterprise, Fla.sod intermediate landings on the St.John's River.
be releaaed hia grp and aaid: | OHCR Is hereby given that following'
N named sottler has filed notice of his Intention The elegant Sldewheel Steamer
"Dat'aeo, boy, an yo'r sistah oan'ldun to make final proof In support of his "
write ,her own name to save heinook. ctitim, and that said proof will be made before "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE,
ClnrkOlrouit Court, at Tltusville, Florida, on CAt-T. W. A. SHAW.
I'zo do
got responsibility of dis
MAY Slst, I8DH,
railroad on (my shouldera an she's got Homestead Is appointed to sail as follows i
vlsi Charles Orlffts,of Tltusville, Fla.. Trunk Line.
da responsibility of de dr 8amakin bistaess 22240, for the south-half of southwest Leaves Jacksonville, 8.30 p.m.d illy,except Saturday TheTropical
on hers, an we hain't got no tim< quarter east.He ., section ID, township 31, south r nge3U Leaves Sanford 9.00 a. m. Enterprise 8.30 a. m. daily except Sunday

to sngaoiate around wid red Ink an bios names the following witnesses to prove his SOUTH BOUND. SCHEDULE. NORTH BOUND.
f>apor Yo' jes' wait till I percolate dil continuous residence upon, and cultivation of Read down. Read up. Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railwa
said land, via: (J. 1>. Flood, of Tltusville, Fla.; Leave s.ao p. m8.4A .....Jacksonville.falatka. Arrive 2.00 a. m. ,
baggage up to de train an den yo' kino Brock Hevela, of Tltusville, Flu.; Samuel Futoh, p. m. .... Leave 8.00 p. m.
ahead an disqualify yo'r inviduouiInformation. of Tltusville, Fla.|, K. D.Urims, of City Point, 8.00 a. in. Astor..\..., 3.30 p. m. JOSEPH H. DUKKEE, Receiver.
Florida. 4.80 a. m, ....St. Francis... 1.00))p. m.
New York Sunday J. M. 1URCO, a. m. lieresford..Blue 12 on a. m.11.oo .
World. Register, 6 00 a. m.H.au Springs. a. m. SOUTH NORTHNo. -
....Sanford ... 9 00 a. m. In Effect Mar. 88, '08.Lv. i
Arrive a. m.B2S No.209. No. U. No. 37 No.2S NO.32. 78.1 No. 38 So.
.. 9.80 a. m.Gen'l .
'Of the Modern Duel.First' a. in. .Enterprise. LocalMixed 1030 p 9 12a ....JACKSONVILLE.Jlrl 730am 740 pin
Notice.In 11 05 p 938a1102a ..Orange Park. 6 82am \7 Upn
Second I think the swords Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.Jho.L. MoW'yandFrl Peoria ,,
iiave soaked long enough in the antiBoptlo Yiiip1149p Magnolia t 613ameooam 6 46 pm
Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit lu out .Greer: v.'v> Springs. 640 pm655pm
compound., Urevard A. D. Howard, Superintendent.' M. iRof monokr, Jr., Fla, Pass.Agt.pW 11 ISAloop 110 a 11 00a '. PalatKa 500am854am
Second Second I think so. Did you of Florida, County, Foot Hogau St.. West Bay Bt. Satsuma
1808. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Tnso. Pomona.,
the
axwtter chloride of lime under the
Mix 1 4feI2 Crescent City Junction. 600 pm
Uros? Emily vs F.; Bill for Divorce. O.Eaona,T.M., W. IL Varbdrtok, T.P. A., W. H.HeWerhon, E.P.A. 1 4Hp 2 30 a 04p Sevl llle.... 3 30am246am

"Tea, and I burned sulphur In the David K. Mix. S BOWLING UREEN, NEW YORK.WM. 2R0p400p 813 a 12 41p -......DeLeon Springs 4 075m
the bill of complaint exhibited Olenwood ....
liranchoa""Good. IT appearing and filed by lis ealit cause and the affidavit Bf CLYDK A CO., General Agents, 344a354a 1 Olp a Beresford.... 2 23 am 8 45 pm
How about the bushes?" of complainant's solicitor, that the defendant a HowlUar Green,Now York. 1 Mo. Delaware Aye.. Philadelphia.F. 4 40 p 1 10a xXDeLand ( Lv 8 17pm
have been with David K. Mix, Is a non-resident of the State 3 17 p 12 4op I Ar 445 pm
"They, sprayed that
of Florida,anil reside* to wit I in Long Lake, In 441 pt 1 lip . .Orange City Juno. 2 11 a in ?36poi
No. 1 deodorizer. Did you sprinkle the the State of New York, within the United States. tl 4flp .......Enterprise .... 8 05 pmII
lawn?" Now you, the said David K. Mix, be and appear Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad. 3 2fip Ar ....TITUS VILLE.., LtAr. 10 pm307pm
L before tho Judge of our Court on tbe 8 44 p Mt. Dora
"Yea I used the camphorated wash." 7 Olp Tavares
"Excellent Shall we atart the rotary SECOND DAY OF MAY, A D ISO*, New Florida ancl Northern Ip Line and Florida Trunk Line. 54Sp 480 a 1 4Ap .. ...... Sanford .Lv in140am
to answer said bill of oomplalnt, or a decree pro 800 3 OOp Orlando 57 p m 147 pm
atmospherio purifier?" confesHO will be entered against you anil the Time Table In Effect January 83, 1808. 8 IS a 4 8Bps .......Lakeland...' 915pm648pm 12 02 p m720am
"I think so. One momenta-did complainant will lie allowed to proceed ex-parte 1010 a Bartow. ..-,.. ft
you with her said cause.It 4 OOp840a Ar.. ....Punta Oorda... ...Lv.Lv 845p m 12 30 am
kindle the fire under the medicated Is further ordered that this notice be published NORTHERN rOINTS, '+. os p Tampa >.... 737pmVobp 10 55 am10l5
fcuth?" In the Inoiah Rivtiii AHvooArRa news1 c5 8'j fc'j .. .Tampa Bay Hotel '
>a|>er published In said county, once a week for CM OHonoa 10 28 aMonand e'ihp Ar...... Port Tampa.... m m''....
"I did. And I also put tbe hot water 1 our coiiMcutl weeks. aat. 9 80p La Port Tampa.... ..Ar.Ly 330pm930pm Thiiru. and SuD.Wed. .
Lv, .
i .Jacksonville. ,ArI.v
Its
4 > 00p llOp1109a 0 10a 9
l>ottles on the portable furnace and set Witness, the Honorable John D. Rrmiine, 12 lOp 4 4 flop<) 8 Mu S4llpOlSp Yulee ArAr 8 34a800a 2llp8Wp Tues A Frloay. 3 OOp Ar..Key West .and Bat.
the mustard plaster where it would Judge of said court, ami the soul of said court B20p p 0 3lain .Fernandlna ...LvAr. 7B0p Wed and Sat. 8 00* ArHavana .Lv 12 30 p m Wed, and "_
at the court house In Tltusville, Florida, this a top 8 40p 2llali' 10 14p .... Everett ArAr. 8 Mia 8 4Ap
warm. Klrd day of March,A O 1H1W. 8 10p TftOp . nrunswlck. ..LvAr. S4ffa B40p Daily. t Daily excepfsnnday.
"Then I think we are all ready." A. A. STEWART, 3 4llp3ft7p 8 0Ap i ip ii'l.ta .. .Savannah. ....LvI.v. 932a 8 Ilia 4 43p 418a Trains 23 and 78 carry Pullman Sleepers between St.Louis and St. Petersburg, vlafthto
"I think so. .Messieurs, we are quits [L. 8.] Clerk Circuit Court, BOflp 12 1H|> 12 2 a .. Fairfax Savannah .. ..ArAr. |24a Bnoa30sa 4-3A|> Trains 87 and 38, New York and Florida Special, carry through Pullman VetUbulwl SleepnC
HSJIplOOflp arwp 2 OK* fl. C.Lv 8 3"a4O0u 2 2Ap134p Dining cars between New York anil ;
Tampa
ready. Cleveland Pluin Denier. marsa-aprft) tl. R.Stowart, D. C. 2 4ip35p 2IMa "" ..Denmark, SO 2 25a Trains 81 and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars be sreen Cincinnati an*l
10 41a .Augusta, Oa 8 20a1105a
T3UpI138p 410|> 44Aalinn roluiiibla, 8. C. 8 30a |j'47a TrJn3, ,eavlnllJack"OUT"| I, y t a* m.,arrives at Hawthorne at 1211.at Gil"u
Spartanburg, 8C 8 31'P 1:00, Ocalal:6Sp: Leesburg 3:50: Brocksville 6:48 p.m. Train leaving Jacksonville >
TURF TALK. Sheriffs Sale.IT 1 4ftp A.beville,N. C: 2 Oftp arrives at Oakland 3:07 p. m.,Laeowuee6:40 p. m.. Tarpon Springs 8:20 p.m., Clearwiwrm.
8 20po Olta Charlotte, N. C. 4 00a loonp 0 25a ., St. P tagjWjOO p. m., daily except Sunday. ACKERLT.
li4Ja -,p 10 47a ' Salisbury, N. C. 2 47a13a 8 Slip 8 17a G. D. *
Bouncer, 3:10, la reported lame. and by virtue of an Alios Writ of 2 07a 10 44p 12 lOp * Greensboro, N. C T37p 7 08a General Superintendent. General FsweW
execution tsmied out of the Circuit Court 3 18a 14 OOpima I 80p Danville, Va 12 20a 8 20p lAROa2flia . 1.
Satin Slippers' mark is now 3:09. for Urevard county. In a cause therein cleiwmllng 6 2np Richmond,Va. ' l2Mn(
wherein It. It. McCorinlck is plaintiff 4 Xli a lfisa3SKa 3 4lli ' Lynchburg, Va. MMp8onp 4 00p 3 4i),
Roan Wilkes' record is now 3:03 and D. 1*. (libson is defendant, I have levied 40aIl4 8 3llp2B thnrlottesvllle, 2 27p 1 Ma
upon an Washington e cup 11 l a 10 4.1a MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
Bush, 3S10LJ, is bat 14.3 hands high. the court house door, at Tltusville, during the unaI (>a H2np2IMIS Baltimore Bonp 0 4''a 9 2np
**" The pacing team record is 3:00fiat. legal hours of sale, on 18 10 IliaU4. Philadelphia 2.Wp, T20a1210p 8fiAp
now MONDAY, T11K 2nd DAY OP MAY, A D 1808, 3 Kip .

to the highest and best blddor for cash, the following llOHp 8 00p 3 00p| "... -Boston 12 00n| 6 OOp 00a Florida, New.York,
tUMicrlbed in-operty of the defend vnt, Philadelphia and Bowj
Quo Alien has lowered hia record to situated in Urevard county. Florida, to-wlt i ,
::00Ji.Crewen. Heglitntngatn post on the west shore of the SLEETING CAR SERVICE.Nos. From Brunswick, (viaPorRoyalS.CU) > e
Indian River In Section 20, township 30, south ar and 32, Now York and Florida Limited Vestibule, between New York, Jacksonville and SERVICE.To .
will not bo a Btarter in tbeYranaylvaula. range 38 east,whtmue a palm 10 Inches In diameter St. Augustine.Nos. PASSENGER
marked It T bourn 4M dceree* north, 11 .3ft ami 38 Fast Mall, Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville, and the Cincinnati make connections with steamers leave J"ZL,i
aFttutusy links distant; also a palm 14 inches in diameter Sleeper via Asheville.Sos. Thursday at 4:00: p. m ,via Fernandlna, elms conow>
3:00: will bo bred to Dare marked X bears north 48 degreos, east 24 .37 and 38 onrrv through sleepers between Jacksonville anil New York In connection wnnNo. Cumberland Route steamers at Feroawllna for
Dovil 3:13 links distant: thence northwesterly along the 6 ami U and 5 and 10 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa. Supper will be served Immediately on lea*l nJSrunBwick. Plm.Passongers .
Jf. river shore 040 chains to a post' about lis feet .30 oarrles the Cincinnati and Florida Limited, with the ramp i,Cincinnati St Louis, and go at once on board Maljory steamer
t- Warren Boy, 3:31 has been added north of the wharf, from whence bears a palm 12 Kansas City Sleepers. These are brought to Jacksonville by No.33. '
Inches in diameter mar to the list of geldings.Nowadays .13 degree*, west throe links distant; and a palm office,202 Hoenn Street, as well as at the Union depot ticket office.
12 Inches In dinmetvr iimrked IIT, hears south 33 W. CAMPHELL.Passenger Agent, J. F. MAR4H VLL, Ticket Aeent. 202 W Bav St en. PROPOSED SAILINGS iLv.
third heat iu3:10: is degrees east, 11 links distant 1 thence northwesterly Hogan.Jacksonville. WALTER <>OLEWVNOenUTravelingAen>. .I konville. New York tr.8ni
the fastest ever trotted by a 3-yeur-old. along tho river shore to Hlackahear and O. M. HOLDFN, T. P. A., St.Augustine, Fla.Hucklen's Ai 0> MacDONELL, Gen. Pass. Agent.R. ,Pier 21 E. R.,3:30p.n., (Standard Time.) "
Kason'a southeast corner; thence northeasterly rriwJf.FruM
Frank Patchen, by Jo Fatchen, at right angles to the general course of the FridSv* ill ? V RI ORANDE
3:01> has lowered his record to rhannel of the river at tills place,to tbe edge of FridSJ'aKJvo* *. t.COLORADOFrbUv ;
3:10J{. RIO GRANDH FrtiMf.Jjriiur.
said channel; thence southeasterly along the Arnica Salve. Two Beautiful Pictures "I .
Free. L7lV" *" .....COLORADO .
A match between tbe two Philadelphia edge of the channel to a point opposite the uriuay, m0 GRANDE
at right ingles
thence southwesterly
starting;
trotters Allan Dare, 3:18: } and to the general course of the channel of the iriveris The best Salve In the world for cuts, Two large, beautiful colored For general Information,steamers, trains, rates etc,apply to ny rsilrosd spj

Koeollne, 3I5>{, is being agitated.Ed at Also this beginning place to the at point a post of on beginning.the west shore ofI bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever for framing, free; also,four copies pictures of the i CHAS. DA VIES,Agent,220 W.Bay

A. Tipton says that Chehalls, I the Indian. Kiver In Section 25, township 30, sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, famous illustrated magazine Up to Date ir. tlVJ15ATIoln>' 0 "> ral Southern Agent, Brunswick,Oa. -r
t:07: i, can pace any "parlor track" in south range 38 east,whence a palm tree 10 Inches corns, and all akin eruptions, and positively to anyone who wants them., C. MALLORiGeneral Agent,Pier 20, E. Rfrer, and 382 BroadwayaKemerober
In diameter marked H X, bears 48 degrees north,
1:04 and threo times better than 3:06. I 12 links distant! also a palm 14 Inches iq diain- cures Piles, or nopay required.Jt Each issue of Up to Date has beautiful
1 eter marked X,bears north 48 degrees, east 24 Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction colored front and back and from
Lady Moyra, 3:16>f, met Ous Walfcal. links distant; thence run southeasterly along or money refunded. Price 35c, per to fifty large humorous, forty that the Indian Riveb ;

3:17Ji, and Will Leyburn, :18>i.In the shore of land of Indian now or River fonnerlv to the northern owned.by bonndarv one- box. For sale by F. 8. Chaffee A Co.Kdoeajt famous artists of America.pictures Will by keep the Advocate does all kinds of job printing -The Advocate seed is-glgSj

the) 3-yeor-old pace at Terra Haute.Klamath Heckles, thence run northeasterly at right angles all the family in good humor for a whole n0tice- Send th m an OTd free, tobacco with to** "#
is slated to meet Jasper to the general course of the channel of the 11dian *Toar Bowels With Cascarets. month. and be convinced that it is the place to Call and get some,
said
Kiver at this to the edge of
place
have its
Ayres and Zombro in the free for all ohannel, thence run northwesterly along tbe Candy Cathartic, cure constipation, forever.lOo.Sfto. Your two pictures or any other two of job printing done.ay cultivation.
edge of said channel to a point opposite the If CO.O.fall.druggUta refund money. six select i 1 I
trot at the coming Los Angeles meeting.Sunland you may set in gold frames
starting point; thence southwesterly at right will be sent free ti<'
of desiredafter
Belle angles to the general course of the channel of you charge if We your tte ito
who jumped into the would BySubscriber,
esteem the
the Advocate Titusville favor If
[Remember seeing them. Enclose our
the river at this place to the point of beginning.I 10 cenU in leaders name-and-date 1
4:10 list recently With a mark of 3:08/: I JOSEPH P. BROWN, does ail kinds of Job printing. Give stomps or silver to pay postage and when writing or calling upon the **

cne of the best bred of pacing mares, t mar29apr29 Sheriff Brevard Co. us a share of your work.] packing. Address Up to Date, Chicago. etc.our advertisers to purchase merchandise, your paper or wraPP remit..Tiaaa '
would
mention the Advocate. arrears, please













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INDIAN BXVhR, AIIVUCATK. APRIL.22 1898.


JACKSONVILLE.0tsl .
Ho Wonld. Bat the fish's nose rested the gold bows that GOWN GOSSIP.Tr.e STATE DEMOCRATJCEXECUTIVE -

One of the guardians of Prospect park, had coat tbe spanking Of. course the COMMITTEE.

Placid 6*** Brooklyn, is a believer in matrimony. cod was safely landed and the glasses skirts are moderately full, but
Janaary 1894Speolal This is Barney, who devotes his time recovered. The juvenile fisherman with nothing like the ripple effect of
to spearing stray leaves which desecrate didn't go to bud on an empty stomach last Hon. W. A. Itawls, of Tallahassee,

the park's clean lawns. Barney is a piotaresquo that night. It is surprising to see how the those chairman of the State Demooratlu Executive
Among newest jacket* are
figure and visitors to the park often some of the experience* of Mother Committee has
with fronts curved Issued the following
!JiorCuWne and Service. Bus meets all trains. Terms *2.50 per day and who are conversationally inclined never Uoone s heroes are repeated In real life. straight slightly
the week JOHN away from the waist line. call for a meeting of said committee ,
by S. t .
rates BOVVEN Lewiston JournalConstantino's
Proprietor.lYelers' Call to ask him questions,bout of which
Plaids are fashionable. They are directed to the members of tho
ire of a personal nature. One of the first
luestious always is, "How old are yon. Spinaeb la B d CreoatsMle*. shown not only In the regulation class, committee:
Barney?" "Onehundredandfive,"Barney A pretty dish for tbe table is spinach but In French and fancy patterns. "A meeting of the Democratic Stato J

Hotel. < invariably answers with great cheer a la bechamel in bread cruustadea after There Is nothing more useful, stylish Executive Committee of the State of Flu.

fulness. .Now the park people who know the recipe of tbe Boston Cooking School and aniversally becoming than a skirt will be held In the city of Jacksonville"on

Barney best believe this to be something, and blaaer, It suits every body and Is a May 11, 1818, for the purpose of preparing
L hotel U now under new management, and baa been thoroughly renovated of an exaggeration, for though Barney ea$3S$ general favorite. to Issue a call for s Stato convention

tfmeets all Trains, and Electrlo Care door. has undoubtedly lived the allotted span Separate waists of crepe de chine are and fixing tho time, and pluoo of
pass Bath
liracM on every floor.T rooms and all of a man's life, there is no reason to extremely popular. They are made in holding such convention, and for transacting
think that he has been allowed to pro-t all colors and,black and maybe worn
OPEN ALL TUB such other business bo
YEAR. im
long his stay In this terrestrial sphere// with skirts of any shade or tint.Blaaer mny >
L.-American Plan, $2.00; European, 50o to $1. Special by the week so much beyond that period, but whether suits should be made of moderately brought 'to the attention of the com

r FELIX GARCIA, Prop.e Barney considers the question too perisonal sjbovy and rather firm goods. mittee."It .
to require a strictly truthful reply Fabrics that draw easily and are bound Is earnestly requested that o\\i'iy
or whether he has lived more years than to get out of shape should not be used member of the committee bo presuul ab
Cor. Bay & Bridge Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. be can count correctly his answer is always for blaaer suits.Simplicity this mooting. The matteis to be Included

e Elliot furnished r ner man ff ment. Each department the same, 105."Are Is going out of datei Fashion In the call for the holding of this) .
absolutely new with all modern ImPrvement8 you married. Barneyr" the conversation demands the ntmost elaborateness, State convention are of great Impoitunco'to
> Overlooking the St. Johns River making visitor next inquires, SMltACH A LA UCBAMKI.Magazine. .
of the Union and the amount of material and trimmlng the party at this time and
blocks depot, Clyde S. S. Co. and jou nn
,Uree new postofflce. A"t and to that question Barney answers Cut slices of bread an inch
[ the doos. Free Bus. that be put into an up to to be
pass may urged present at tho meeting of
tan with "Oh three half
readiness in
equal yea, and a thickness. Shape Inrounds.
50c. 75c $1.00 and fl.50 date dress is something surprising.'School .
"
s: European per day. American from the committee.
$2.00
times 1" That is another frank answer (Cut out the center of each round
Iday. v which might be supposed, to satisfy thevisitor's so aa to make a case. Brush with butter dresses for girls are made i
M. O. FINLEV, all wool plaids with velvet collar, ruffi
but curious and in hot
curiosity, one questioner brown delicately a oven, or To Cur '
Jacksonville, Fla.ST. still further. "1 in the and fill with and yoke. They are also trimmed with Constipation Porovor. ' !'
went see you area saute frying pan, Tj s Caaoarets Candv Cotharllo. MoorCta.
believer in matrimony,"be said, "but spinach a la beohainel, which is prepare narrow velvet ribbon or braid In row 11 ft U. C fall to ours,drumrlNU refund mime v. 1
why don't you marry a fourth timer"' ed a* follows: Cook the well washed upon row or in fanciful and elaborate

AUGUSTINE. Then Barney grew confidential, though spinach in a little boiling salted water, patterns.A / i
still cheerful "Well, 1 would," he drain and chop fine or press through asieve. stylish waist has the front entirely
said, "but, you see, tbe old woman, she's Return to the saucepan, and for covered with Insertion and plain strip SOUTHERNERS *'
Ocean View Hotel ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.M not dead yet. New York Times. each pint of spinach add a tablespoonf ulof of material alternating This made up
butter and a dash of salt and pepper. front is quite full and has a collar o! VISITING NEW YOilK CITY will %
Stir the fire until the is the plain material with folds of silk
r new and liberal management. Handsome and home-like; located one Cowardloo.It over spinach find good accommodations, at reasotiahU*
outh of Plaza; within seventy-five feet of the old sea wall and fronts on the was ony right that, both as the hot; then add the beaten yolk of an egg mingled with tho folds of the goods. Tin prices, at 74 Clinton Place.
ill Mutanzas Bay, with an unobstructed view of the Atlantic Ocean Anasiland heir apparent and as commander inchief. diluted with one-third of a cup ofcream. sleeves are quite full at the tops and ill One door from Fifth Avenue, awl oloxoto
and Old Spanish Fort. Rates, $2 to $2.50 per day. Special bv tin Crown Prince Constantino should Stir and cook for a few momentaor the arms closely below the elbows. Washington square. Very central.
Open all the year. p. C. HAYDEN, Manager.AZA have token care to preserve his life. until the contents are well mixed. New York Ledger. Refer to editor of this paper.

But he was too careful, or, to be quite
fair to him, it may have been that he Colors Id Doeoratloa, After tbe Klopomeat.Artie .

HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE was ill advised by the young men on The choice of colors In decoration depends Darling, you have no idea The MORROW HOUSE....
FLA.1st his staff Still his staff was of his own largely upon the aspect of the how anxious 1 was while you were
centrally located. Fronting the Old Spanish Plaza and the Atlantic choosing His chief of staff was a young room. A room with a northerly exposure coming down the rope ladder 1 was su CUESCENT CITY, FLA.
1 Splendid view from Its long and.broad verandas. Rates, $2.00 per day and man known as a leader of cotillons in will admit of brighter colors than afraid you bad not fastened it securely Centrally located; convenlant to thwloslolUcu
rates by the week. First-class
Special table board
|, at
reasonable rates.Mrs. Athens and who, so 1 was repeatodly bright, sunny one. Soft hues are preferable above and steiunbont landings, Npooal -,
A. S. PELL. informed, has refused to light nine duels for wulls forming a background tiusie You ueedn t have been alarmed { attvnllou given to commercial travel.

in a country where that relio of barbarism for the suitable display of pictures and dear Pupa tied the knot for me. Only flist-rlnss hotel In tho oily open alt h.
is still recognized as an affair ornaments., For a 'well lighted room Pick Me Un the year. Bates, *J per day: spcl. l bjr
)TEL MAGNOLIA It this and rich colors sultublo but the week. IDA M. HKCTOK.iau .
ST. august touching a man's honor. was warm are ;
youth who turned the Ureek ladies out avoid a blue oeiling, as'this reflects tho
is
s Hotel Magnolia being renovated and improved. Will
open January of a railroad carriage to make room for sunlight too crudely. If tho room Is not
a, $2.50 per day and upward. the prince, and who helped to fill it well lighted, fine, brighter(higher keyed oalmk.

GEO. C. nOWE, Proprietor.DAYTONA. with his highness' linen and dressing ) colors should be selected. In all
awes. It is pleasant to remember that cases the ceiling should be light and The Hotel Granada EAU OALLLE, Biovard Co., FLA.

one of the democratic porters at tbe the furniture in harmony with the dominant 1W Mlfc. ,onth <>r .,BCkonvm u mlUm
railroad station was so indignant at color of the room% Decorator and south of llockledgc. on the Indian ltlver and F. K. C H'yNear Kim (iallle'river,
this that he knocked tbe aid-de-oamp Furnisher. opposite mouth of Banana river. Unexcelled boating, fishing and hunting.
full length on the platform. One of the Matchless climnto; no malaria. In the famous Indian Itlvur orange and pineapple
Greek papers in describing the Sight of Flower Dollies. district. Launch for use of guests. First-class homo-like hotel. Kates, $2.f M tottl.00
Holly Inn * Daytona Fla. the crown prince said in an editorial, Flower doilies are easily made and per day. Special rates by month or season.. Open all the year.V. .
"We ore happy to state that on the arrivul are very pretty, and If the center cloth \ II. II. Oleiison, ltoal Estate. GEO. <>. OLEASON, Manager.WKSTPALM .
of the train it was found that not is embroidered with the same flowers
Located on the beautiful Halifax. one pocket handkerchief belonging totbe the effect is harmoniona la suggestions

The most pleasant and ample surroundings of any In the city.O. prince was lost, and so tbe honor of given In the New York Tribune the IlKACII.

HOWES Greece is saved." Another paper said, larger flower shows the method of the ' i ii
work. In this Instance tha material Is
"Loues the peasant won tbe race from
Proprietor.LMETTO Marathou; Constantino the prince won the finest ecru grass cloth; each petal is i
the race from Lariusa. Richard Hard buttonhole stitched with pink embroidery Seminole Hotel *

ing Davis in Harper's ..Magazine.Tho silk and the shadings and velnlngs
delicately Indicated with fine floss. The
HOUSE. OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
New Haitian Minister.M. pattern Is supposed to represent a holly-
DAYTONA FLORIDA.iour WEST PALM BEACH FLOKIDa.
the ,
Jacques Nicolas Leger, new
open for the winter season. Situated on the banks of the Halifax Haitian minister to the United States, This hotel Is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Clone to ,
fine hunting and fishing locality.t "is a fine looking man of about 8B,"' the railway depot. Free'buss to and from trains. Hoats attached to the hotel,
>t of accommodations and excellent cuisine. Rates moderate.LEON.DESPLAND. the Boston Transcript, "with an with fishing tackle on board for the use of guosts. Kates, from t'J.OO per day uiiti ,
Prop.COIIONADO says intelligent and refined face and most upwards; spocisl rates by the week or month.
cultivated manners. His complexion is UEOftOK ZAPF,, Proprietor, ,

light and his whole bearing is that of ) I
BEACH. gentleman of education, accustomed to
refined society. Not yot perfectly acquainted MIAMI.'

with English, his conversation
Side Hotel CORONADO BEACH, FLA. is slow, but in his native language. 160 rooms. 800 feet of broad pl.irxus.

On Peninsula, opposite New Smyrna. Open all tbe sear French, he is a fluent and graceful writer. The most complete office In SouthFlorida.
1 Fishing, Hunting,and surf bathing; 10 miles of hard beach; hotel carriages meet all M. Leger is a descendant of tbe negroes Graham's Hotel Large, light ond slry dlnlng-iootu.
Rates,|2 00 per day: Special latea by week or month. rostofflce, New Smyrna.Fla.W. .
TABLE UNMJHl'ASHED,
famous insurrection
H. NKWELL, Proprietor. who fought in the
which gave Haiti her freedom, Rules, $2.00 par day and upward.H. .
at the beginning of the century, his ancestor. PATTERNS FOR FLOWER DOILIES. MIAMI, FLA. GKAI1AM, Proprietor. '
<
commander bock, but it will easily be seen by the Ui
,
TITUSVIIXE.odx.a Colonel Leger, a
outlines of rose, and sunflower
His father a pansy
being in the patriot army
in the congress. He how other flowers may be adapted to rrv
is now a senator
ISO ooasroxjX.
:lt iebi-vibieb zhioi was educated abroad, mostly in Paris, the round shape that is necessary.A .
simple of obtaining a flat pattern
way
at which post he was a member of. the
his native of flowers or leaves suggested by MIAMI, FLORIDA.
returning later to
,
iSSSS legation the authority quoted Is to hare two canes
Sj TITUSVILLE
was i iw land and establishing himself in the Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvements, I.ortated on park, one
the size and to
of of
**&*&5 Wgfg| practice of the law at Port-au-Prince, glass exactly same block from Hotel Boyal Palm, commanding splendid view of Blsoajne Uiiy, IhiteaJ
Indian Rivor.WjS the capital. Here he rapidly rose in his arrange a pattern or a singls flower or $2 per day and upward. Special rates by week or month.
if** JPpr and became distinguished as leaf between them, pressing them flat _
profession If the would be designer is no drafts-
chief
the head of tbe bar, being elected
$ J&& j. o. BAST of the barristers in that city." woman, the upper piece of glass may beof MAGNOLIA SP1UNG8, FI.A.
-- the same transparent ground glass
Manas zb. that la used for children's slates, and
of ArUon*
The Wild Bonn the outlines of the flowers beneath traced ON THE ST. JOHNS RIVER, 38,milea
1f "There must be 20,000 head of wild on Its surface. Magnolia Springs Hotel south of Jacksonville by' rail or boat.
Open All The Year. horses in northern Arizona," *aid Will Delightfully located. Pure spring writer.W. .

.. i sU *m $ ays !> ml S. Barnes, one of the largest cattle owners Excellent shooting and fishing. F. LVOOLI), Manager.O. .

y r r .. >r y > ; in in Navajo county, recently. "They Urn Ha4 fur FUmm."There's .
Only a few minutes'walk are the worst nuisance that can be im.agined. no use talking," remarked D. Seavey Co.,owners. ,

from Railway stations It has reached the point when the curbstone statesman wearily. "It's

it ni ii li utm m and Steamboat land we cannot safely turn out a riding horse impossible to make a woman understand A
ng to graze. We have to keep our saddle even the first principles of finance."
I On the banks of the animals and round up'horses stabled all "What's the matter nowf" Inquired
'far-famed Indian River. winter or bring .them down to Pbenis another member of the old guard"While -!
for pesturags. Tbe wild stock not only 1 was down town yasterday.It .
eat tbe food that ought to go to the cat-, appears, the baby accidentally swallowed
tie, but they run cattle off the range. a quarter*"
They have chased off all the cattle from "Yeajy"Yes
'
i .J
tbe west end of the Hash Knife range., sir. And what docs my wife .
MESEEKERS one of the best grass districts in northeastern do but call in a doctor and pay him 99
Arizona. It u useless to put out for getting that quarter back!" Chi;
salt for the stock, for.the wild horses cago Times-Herald.
cattle that, come near
chase away the
Who are Seeking a Home in the it. At this season of the year they are / A ValukU lidsrssisat."Isn't .

fat and have shining bidesu-They sweep the butter rather strong today,
over the country ui great bands, gathering Mrs. Hmall7" asked the star boarder
South should send to the undersigned up any stray animals they may "It may be, Mr Hunker," was the

come across A borne,Is a* good as lost landlady's suave reply, "but if It is
for that joins them." Cor St. LooUU that fact only establishes its genuine
a copy of the lobe-Democrat ness. Imitation butter never gets'strong.
."
7 Town lopirs.
A Flb Story.A m

rida East Coast Homeseeker. veteran Portland fisherman says Too CIom tor Comfort,
that when be was a boy his mother smt Hammond How did tklnnum happen h S
him to get his father s glasses nieuded. to losttcu that latest deal? I thought
The boy indulged in a little Uftl.ttifi en that be storxl ebxe to tbe rigbt people.

lands Tobacco G' tn f. nd tot route and 1<*I the glaaseM overboard Beans That m* ja'-t it He was up
!" Summer for Fruit Growing. Trucking,in the United States. while landing a nculptn He went home, against them. Iew York Journal
Homes. Climate the healthiest got intimately" acquainted with bis

APPly to mother slipper and weut hungry tobrd. Utile"Any /.
Six chilly uwuitos pa-ned bf fore he spicy fraturrri in tbe new play?"
JAS. E. INCRAHAM, Land CommUsioner, dared to go tUbiuji again, but when at "Well*" th*> lady annwnred. "John
EAST COAST B'Y. last he threw bis line a big codfish rose had his tnnutti full of cloves.'' ]
FLORIDA FLA. to the surface near him. and there on City Journal

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INDIAN RIVKB ADVOCATE, APRIL 22. 1898.



To Our Warrior*. state.'* Ills discourse waa listened to X>e tli of an Oldtimer.Ilenry .

with great attention.

We bare some enrollment blankr of The Misses Koeber, of Rockvllle, Wis., Pendleton, an old-time colored (Successor to Lovett& Carroll.)
the National Volunteer Reserve at this resident of this place, died last
at Hotel Granada are
pleasant guests ,
jewelers \ ollico, and would be glad jto have all enthusiastic enlnying their Florida visit principally Saturday of paralysis, and was buried GROCERIES FRUITS-and VEGETABLES of All ifac
,
agitators of war call and sign in fishing and boating, the launch Courtier the following day. lie was about 70 ,
'- ''iifAab'StiEOiftfBa.' --- them. It will them chance to of and had been In the employ
,, give a being at their disposal almost'daily.Capt. years age, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage
serve their country should we have war.A of Mr. F. A. Losley for some years past.Kdgerton Crockery, Solicited
ff and Mrs. Nesbltt will occupy TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
the Ives cottage during the summer
Card of Thanks.Wo monthsMr.. and Mrs. Bralnerd are occupying Orange Grove.
Rending notice ads. on tbU Jingo Walden cottage, the residence
cents per line per week. desire to return our most sincere of Mrs. Baibour, and C. J. Young will For sale, that beautiful piece of property
*
thapks to our friends who worked the known as the Edgerton Orange
many look after Ainsworthplace.In
so nobly Jn the work of saving our home Grove, situate on the west side of Indian Groceries Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries fit fitAnd
Vlueapple SHim & Suck- letter from Ills. ,
and other property from total destruction a recent Towanda, River, a few miles south of Rockledge. ,
era for Sale. by fire last Wednesday. Many who John F. Smith regrets that business prevented Nice residence, good wharf, river front, Food Products of all kinds, Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal -
came, worked and went away without his visiting Florida the past winter 60 acres of land, 22 acres In bearing orange Food and Wheat. We are the only house"on Indian River dealing excluCf"'
but states that he .and Mrs. Smith One of the most desirable We Invite your correspondence and solicit
Egyptian Quren, Golden giving us an opportunity to tell them grove. the above line of goods your patro
,. Rico, Smooth Cayenne and how grateful we were. look forward to occupying' their cosy places on the East Coast. Ten minutes'walk Very truly, E. L. BRADY A BRO., Titusvllle, ]
Spanish. Apply toMADI'OCK II. K. and Annik Hugheo, cottage on Highland avenue early next from postofflce and .F.'E. C. Railway

A MATTUAM8, J'Talm Goorglana, Fla., Apr. 18, '98.Tho fall. station. Very rich land, and needs

Beach Pinery," Several more of our winter residents no fertiliser.
Went I'aliu Beach Fla.u Will bear about 600 boxes of oranges cfe MoUotov
Somlnolo Indiana left for their northern homes this week.Mrt Losley
this and In three will bear
tItare and Mrs. C. L* Ives and Miss Helen year, years
Ivea and Mrs. C Ainsworth left for 5,000 boxes. First-class in every respect.
Fancy Pineapple lMants. It has been recommended by Special Orsnd, Rapids, Mich.; E. KetchamHprague Fine sail boat, ill kinds of tools, etc., togo (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER Indian Inspector Duncan that the Seminole New York and Win. Wilson with property, which will be Bold at a
; ,
vigorous, grown without shelsrnootkleaved Indians be allowed to retain their Chicago., Mr. Wilson's family will remain low figure. Apply to the attorney for Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Bums, Giis and wilsl!
Abbaka homes in the southern of
Cayenne, present 'part' owqer,
a fortnight longer..The
Jamaica Ripley plant* for sale.X. Florida, the homesteads to be finally D. L. Gauldek, Bottled Beers, Ales and Stont.A .
C. B. Tynda*.!., turned over to them by the government ladies of the Avllab entertained Titusvllle, Fla.
Waveland, Fla. for complete possession, and that a portion last Friday evening, at an informal opening First-class. Line of Cigars. Billiard and Pool Tablf

of the Everglades be given them aia of their new building. The rooms solicited. Prompti and caref ''attention
is
trade
decorated for the occasion Yacht for Charter. Family and hotel Eiea to mord.rs.
The
hunting reservation. Secretary of were prettily order. LOSLEY A MOTLOW
Cliauco. the Intel lor has not as yet .taken any and were greatly admired by those present. Cash must accompany your Titusvllle,f

action the The ladles are to be congratulated
upon report. The sloop Golden Rule may be
sale, on Rldgowood avenue, Day- on the shown In tbeir endeavors
progress
chartered the hour day or week, on
by ,
residence and and I>:E30E3L3E3R.: c3
a very nice improved to establish a public library,
Will Got tho War News. reasonable terms. Apply toCapt.
a donlrablo location. House is there Is no doubt their woik will receive Gko. Cook, ]:: Will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of :::[
rented, and pays ten per cent net. encouragement and material aid in Titusvllle Fla.
,
Is well worth your attention. The New York Journal's steam yacht the near future.We ANDGEORGIA PINE
F. Ij. A., Buoaneer has for safety beon put under I CYPRESS LUMBER
the Brit lull enable her are pained to announce the death J. Meador of
Care Advocate office. flag, to to accom- SHOE REPAIRING. S. ,
the American fleet should they of Jas. B, Totnbos, father of onr townsman Columbia, S. C, has taken the business DRESSED AND ROUGH.

eave our shores for other parts, perhaps Wm. K. Tombcs, at bis home, recently vacated by J A. Daugh- Also Mouldings 8nd Turned Work, Brick, Lime, Cement, Crates of all descrlptloO71tujsr
12 per cent Intercut. Havana with several special Ashtabula, Ohio. Mr Tombes was In and will attend the repairing of
correspondents try, to
his and has been in feeble and artists, who will keep 72nd year, boots and shoes. Next to barber shop.IF ,
acres' land, fronts on Indian this well-known paper well supplied health for several years past, his condition
Ulvor; small cottage, 2 arte- with the latest news and pictures of the being such as to prevent his coming
100 nice orange trees, 14(100 supposed forthcoming hostilities.A to Florida last winter, as has been YOU NEED a Good, Reliable and Jambb'Pbitcbabd, President; W. M. Brown, Vice-President:
plants, shipped over 200 crates hjs custom. Deceased was a Mason and Widely-read Newspaper, Subscribe for C. S. Scbuyler, Cashier.

; guavas, mangoes, Japan per an Odd Fellow, and greatly respected the Advocate.
and other fruits on place. Price C>rgo of Beans. by a host of friends and acquaintances,

Address It, Advocate ollico.Tltusvllle.Fla.. who hoped to have him with them many S3T" "if you receive a sample copy of INDIAN RIVER STATE BAi

Mr. J. Of Bast sailed Into port, Wednesday years longer. Our sympathy goes out to the Advocate, It is an Intimation that
morning, from Merritt'a Island, with his widow and children. it would give us pleasure to add your
.I BUT OR SELL. a cargo of string beans for shipment to name to our fast-Increasing list of sub (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
.. New York by rail from Titusvllle. He scribers. It doea not cost you three
reports the bean crop fairly good on the Fort Pierce. cents per week (postage Included) when Authorized capital, $100,0(

mi'r Money, Bonds & Island, notwithstanding the continued taken by the year, and It can be sent to Paid up capital. $25,0(

dry weather. Four acres of the Hall you in any part of the United.States or Average deposits, $15O,0(
POSTAGE STAMPS. hammock plantation, belonging to the Mrs. McCarty was'Shopping In town Canada without extra expense.

stock In the woild. Address II. J. Tiffin estate, yielded over 800 Tuesday last.Mr. .
crates, netting $2 per erate. Over 100bbls. Transacts a General Banki
Jarvls of Cocoa
1). BARKER, Atlanta, Ua. of also from was a pleasant
potatoes were shipped *
visitor to town Monday last.I. .
a patch of 3 acres, netting $1 per bbl. GRAHAM tftisiiiebs.
&
T. Gray has gone to Melbourne, for ROBBINS

ZAPF.... Captured. a short visit. Largest and-Oldest Bank on tba Rl

WHOI.KSALH DRA1.K1I Capt. A. J. Lewis left Sunday, on a
Sheriff Joseph P. Brown arrived here, visit to his daughter, at WestvPalmBeacb. Exchange sold on all Foreign Countnw

Brewing Ass'n Wedaesday, with a colored man in # (. WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND DIRECTORS:
charge, lie Is said to be a bad character, K. B. Raulerson returned .from Titus jAs.ParronAan.W.B.BABSBTT'Preihlof '
St. Louis Lnger Beer. and is wanted by the law for several vllle Tuesday evening last. UNITED STATES COURTS. the National Bank ol Jacksonville),JbURKKK
olTensns. 'The prisoner was sighted by (Vica-PreKldent National Bink
by Losley <& Motlow, Titusvllle. Sheriff Brown, .Marshal Bur Held amj J.A. This section was visited by quite a Jacksonville), and W, M. Bsowx.

of Soda and Mineral Pal no (of Cocoa), near the Bock ledge thunderstorm Tuesday night last, noNONCOMBATANTS ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished OOltRKSPONDKSTS.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer. station house on the F. E. C. Railroad, compnnled by light rains. Seaboard National Bank of New York i
FLORIDA. and they attempted to oapturo hlm.i He National Bank of Jackson vllle.OtfncKs .
Harry Harvey left Wednesday morning for Lands in Brevard and Dade
however. It Is stated, drew his pistol, for Sharpes, to bo examined In the
and so did the three officers of the law. station service. Counties.In .
FOR FLORIDA. Three to one was too great odds for the
negro, so he quietly suriendered, and Is Miss'Madge Bell spent last week on
now being tenderly cared for by Sheriff the peninsula, visiting Mrs. S. W. List
aftor eight o'clook last Friday Brown at the county Jail at this place. W.Jennings. We have a large Jacksonville Steam Dje Works 4MAINIIARD -

companies of colored troops, Chambers of Is here
of Lleut.-Col. Daggert Georglana, of Lands owned by
as
for few days A. Hall who Is
a
visiting
BROS. .
other whito officers, arrived at AFLOAT. Proprietors.TTlio
quite 111. We are glad to note there ,isa
clients.
on a spoclal train over the V, ourselves and
In his condition.Rev. .
., en routo to Key West. The This opinion was recently given at slight Improvement XjsO icaJLrL@; IDyo House.Thirtyfive .

who comprised Company A, Washington by Solicitor Penfleld, of the Outland preached In the Methodist Price for" unimproved Ladies and Gents'cloting
Custer, Mont., and Company State/Department: church last Sunday, morning and years'experience in Cleaning and Dyeing.

) Fort Missoula, Mont., Twenty- "Many Inquiries are made In which evening, to large congregations. lands $3 to $100 cleaned, dyed, repaired and pressed. All work guaranteed.
numbered I'M officers two asked
questions aro :
Parson Gove will hold services In the
and will be stationed at the "First Would American citizens besubjeot Baptist church next Sunday, the 23dInst. per acre.WE 13 Newnan St., East Side. JACKSONVILLE, FLA
Colonel, Daggert, who to capture In a neutral vessel ?
All are cordially fnvited to attend.J. .
officer* oooupled Vice-president "Second To what extent would American
private oar. said the col. goods be subjeot to capture on the W. Hodge and family left us Monday have a few Residence, Orange ESTABLISHED 1875.Wm. .
made soldiers and that ? for their home'at Titusvllle.Mr. .
good high seas new Grove and Pineapple in desirable
his oommand ranked first "A neutral vessel, not being In service Hodge has been a faithful teacher of Properties

condition In the United of a belligerent as a transport, may lawfully our publio school for the past three locations: Prices Reasonable. A. BOURS & CO....
; should oooaslon arise, they carry both his diplomatic agents years, and his many friends here were
give a goad acoount and his private citizens. The seizure of sorry to see him leave, but wish him : GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZER!
as many of them. It Is such persons Is Illegal. This rule of International good luck wherever he may go. : TITUS VILLE ,
I
have boon engaged In Indian law was illustrated and enforced and MIAMI. 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
while all have been enlisted Jn the Trent affair. '
of D
to twenty-five years. "When a ship and Its cargo are cap Courtenay. handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock
two companies, liowover, are tured they aro taken to the prize court Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Qrlts, Meal. Cotton Seed Meal, both brlgM <

of the men ordered from Mon of the captor for trial and condemnation, James LaRoche is convalescing.J. East Coast Meat Market dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
balance (six companies) of the for the determination of the question Star Brand Ferti'Izers Guaranteed Analysis,Ornngo tree and VegetabJe Fertlll er.PnfiOtw
Bone,Nitrate Bods, Muriate of Potash, Fotaxb, Kainit, eto. These fartiluenun
G. Bast spent a couple of days Sulphate
having been left at Chloka- whether ship and cargo, or either, Is lawful DURE?*, Agent, superior J the market,and a trial will convince. Bend for Catalogue free.A .
near Chattanooga, for further prize. All American ships, together Titusvllle last week.J. .

The special train which brought with their cargoes, If American, would D. and M. S. Sams sailed np to Titusvllle
was composed of the engine, be subject to oapture on the high seas." last Friday. '
oars (containing the oflloors' t Ml"rA ice:
), four passenger couches and one COMPTROLLER'S AFFAIRS. The mail and steamboat lines are both
private car, and stopped .here about kept busy now hauling vegetables.Mrs. TO GET STUCK

twenty minutes, Traffic Manager J. P.Xleckwtth W. R. Sanders and two charming bori
by
and Trav. Bep. Ashley Girardeau The followlug Items, relating to tax daughters, of Indlanola, were around On poor Wines or Liauors
of the F. K. C. By., being also onboard. sales and liquor licences, are taken from looking at the osirioh.es last Saturday, from unreliable*sources, when Oins you Branoie ican
Thero was a big crowd of both the correspondence of the Comptroller'soffice high grade pure Whiskies, w
hi to and colored poople at the depot to : Quito a crowd of young and old foreign and dotaestlo wines, ales and
meet the train, the latter' bolng most If the Board of County Commissioners came over to look at the young from our superior stock at the same pm

.enthusiastic In tbeir greeting to the colored fail to select a newspaper In which topublish irus from Hardeevllle last Sunday. that you may pay for inferior goods.
the tax sale notice week
once a
troops. for Ave oonseoutive weeks, prior to the The steamer Spartan brough up quite JOHN CLARK SON & CO.,
a crowd from Eau Galllo last Saturday.Clias. .
first Monday in June, It will be impossible Titusville, Florida.Eitncata Merchants and dealq
Wanted for the tax sale to occur on that date, Cooper, Chas. T. Harper and Commission Coal Wines A Lll"0!
and you will have to advertise and sell sister, Miss Nannie Harper, attended Groceries, Grain, ;
on the first Monday In July. The law the social danco at Hardeevllle last Tonr lloweU With Citsearets. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

> To buy for cosh, a one-half or onotlilid must be complied with or the tax salo Saturday night, and report a good time. lOo.Cli2Jr j! o. It P'Vinilr'ci'C O.O.! fall.our9 drusKisw eonsilpatlon refund forevdr.. Consignments of country pn1solicited.
< interest In a good paying country will bo Illegal. money.MILLINERY. .
fttoro. Must be a good paying Investment -* The publishers charges for printing Miss Sadie LaRoche returned home
from Charleston, S. C, last week, where
and a good village. In Florida. tax sale advertisement, per line for each
she had been spending a few months
Send full paitiouhirs toJamks publication thereof, is 13 cents single with relatives.
Palmer
column.
Patcbogue, Long Island, N. Y. Dealers in spirituous, vinous or malt . .
liquors shall pay a State license tax of West Palm Beach. THE C. B. ROGERS
500 In each county, for each place of and DRESSMAKING.
i A Hla\Sale of Land.A business, whether such license is taken

out for the whole year or fractional part George Zapt Is enlarging the bar and Importers and Wholesale Grocers.

large tract of fine,timber land, some thereof, but no sales of such liquors making other extensive improvements in Etc.
20,5-13 acres In extent, lias tecently been shall be permitted until said license taxIs his saloon. / ....ProYisions Grain Hay Flour Grits Meal,
fought by F. E. Bond, or DeLand, from actually paid and the license secured.As ,

tho rE.. C. By, land department, for to county license tax, which Is 50 L, Marvin, who has been seriously ill Sole Agents for confined to the ti J Jonly.
for a week or more is Improving, wo are Our business
the purpose of starting n new lumber per cent of the state tax, the same law neiti
mill at Neoga, St. Johns county, invihlch and rules apply. glad to learn.Wm. FAIRBANKCANNING CC. LION Orders from consumers |

vicinity the land Is located. F. Armstrong. Jr., baa accepted BRAND CANNED MEATS. solicited nor desired.
Eau Gallie. a position in the freight office at this

place with Station Agent Williams.J. Quotations application
Must be Sold. made promptly on
And the rain "it oometb not." B. Noltes, a former resident of this

town, who went to Daytona last summer
The steamer Spartan made a trip toCourtenay
sores fine pineapple land, last Is here again, and intends to make
with six and a half acres grubbed, ready number of Saturday, carrying a this place his home In future.W. WANTED.
from here and
Tor sotting out pineapples. About 20res passengers ...
from Melbourne.Eightyeight Wbidden has his store buildings
fenced and bait house
a story a ,
1th porches, deep navigable creek runsilng is said that several more cottages and two cottages about coraoleted under, and Hides Furs Wool Largest Skins Tallow,. 11
well Alligator
through place, emptying Into In- will be built In town the coming summer two more cottages are way. ,
Jinn River; some good vegetable land. to be ready for occupancy next These buildings are quite an improvement
All good, high land, situated at 'Fort fall. to our town.M. Mail orders solicited. Satisfaction Bees-Wax by the

Fierce, close to river and F. E. C. R'y, Messrs. Near K. Oruber Is moving his stock of guaranteed. ,
&
and county road running along the Taylor, the artesian into his store which Is one of CO
goods new ,
SOUTHERN
well SKIN
contractors In town the Mrs. Helen HIDE
.whole length of plaoe. No reasonable week were past those just completed by W. Whldden. W. Reynolds, &

ojlTer refused, and will accept part cash, visiting down their homes. They are This la by no means an enviable task, Titusvllle, Fla.NoT REFERENCE National
putting two large wells at Merrltt. : Bank State
of
(balance on time. Must be sold at once. but when It is finished Mr. Gruber will Florida. c.
Office Jackson
Clear title. Address V. O. box 208 Archdeacon Rob Building. Hide Warehouse 446 to 448,
Brown took for his sub- have con side i ably mora room than at Hm for .
West Palm Beach, Fla., ject, at the evening service at St. John's the old stand, and be0r much more con- Guaranteed tobacco bsblt Mfty enre Cat, makes* weak JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. _
A. J. Lewis, Fort Pierce, Fla. church, last Sunday "The intermediate located.It in '
veniently me a stroag blood pure. Me,U. Ail drucglsta. VTe pay one-fourth to one-half cent more per-lb. for hides than any firm












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