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 29, 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: VID00181
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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I Reading notice ada. are ten cents VICT( R BICYCLES at reduced prices. KT BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc. a nice assortment Mr. Wm. Treutler, of Eau Gallie, Pay Your Tasea.Tltusvlllo's A Promla.nl Jaeli* BVlle-eiUaai

"Jum on tbt page.LOCAL Tou best can prices get the best wheels at the Tltusvllle.at Screven's Drug Store, arrived In town yesterday.Vicepresident Passes Away.At > \ \

atF. town tax books aro now
W. Bskrr, J. R. Pafrott, of the the Windsor hotel, Jacksonville,
NEWS open, and Collector I). It. Pritchard Isreadv
St. Augustine, Fla.Mr. County Treasurer John Henry paid F. E. V, R'y., went south on Wednesday. to receive your taxes. Collector late last Saturday night. Mi. P. X. Xe-

Ind of General Interest.j Cocoa a visit last Saturday.St. Those who attended the ple-nte and E. W. Hall will close his office at thoCourthouse Murray, of the well-known Srm of P. K*

Topic* S. F. Gray left here, Tuesday, Gabriel's Guild this Friday fish-fry at the puk, Saturday last, report Tltusvllle, to-morrow (Sat.unli MeMurray A Baker, carriage and wagon
by steamer, for Fnlm Beach.Col. meets ( an enjoyable time. Owing to the \), and taxpayers nro rennested to builders, breathed his last, after aa extended
y ,a General Gossip In connection ) afternoon in the Hoard of Trade tin propitious state of the weather, semi their taxes to him atSharpes, Fla., Illness. Deceased* who was 81
Kuh Bi y" K *** Worth "" C. Hale left here, Saturday last, rooms. though, the aiteudance was not very until further noIce.llimlluir) years of age, leaves a wifo to mourn hi*
lW *> " >"** y West for Miami and Key West.Capt. Mr. Aaron Cleveland has returned iai ge. loss, also a brother and sister, the former

luul otlwr Important Point* bIohr the N. N. here from Men itt wlieio ho has been residing In Jacksonville and the
ll Penny, of Nathan, waa In the Kverlud. .
Iis. S.G. Worley D.' Wilt Webb.St. .
I" Brief mention ofiintirrttln latter In Connecticut. IIu
Klorlda. was a member
0r the visitors for time .
( among to towu on Tuesdiy.If some pust.Mr.
Bvents from Various Part* Aiigiisiine; It. W. Il-diiies, City of tho Board of Bond Trustees for

I World* ; About People Yon Know you aie Homed of the war, come T A. Whirnkrr, Armour<&CVwellknown Point; Leon A. Peek, Melbourne, mid Count Cliuric* do Wendal, of Paris, some eighteen monthstnd was held lathe
(the 1'oa ** Know PI'ked to TItUHvllle one of the safest places on ippicHt-ntatlve, was lu town R. B. Poller, Palm Beach, were nmonvrlhone Franco, Is slopping at the Cnbot House, highest esteem bv a husr of friends.Tho .
Ld People, Soi'letr Kdltor and a larRe*atfIf the East Count. ashoit wlilloyesteid.tv.Mr. who Htiendeil the State Medical Veptnne, and, imdci the guidance of Mr, remains weio embalmed for burial
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bT orrenpondenU scattered alone the Pro?. John Latlin, after spending six Fred K. Ta> lor, owner of the Indian AsNociailou meeliiig, recently held InJacksonville. Snow, Is hunting in the Evciglados. The In Connecticut.Po.toHlen.
Count will take in the lower East Coast.He .
of Florida. mouths In River hotel at this
| Wt Count town, left for New York on place, came up
Monday. from Rockledge yesterday, Inform ition has been icrclved here purchased it pair of moccasins from I>!. o lnued.
THE ADVOCATE, that Mrs. M. L. Coleman and Mr. and the Indians and started In from camp,
annum, In advance.1.0O Miss Bessie Houston, of Eau Gallic, Persons needing tobacco seed inBrevard Mrs. Honell Coleman hi rived nt W'yck- six miles oil. He is now thinking that The Anranttit postoftlco was dlscvatlaed -
$150 per" six months, has been in town this week, visiting county will please send stampedaddressed off, N. J., on the ItlthMnst. Mr. Ros. the Indian Is not always truthful. They this week tho fixtures, hooks, ete ,

J.OO an. to foreign countries.Subscribers Capt. and Mrs. Frank Houston.Mr. envelope. We cannot supply Coleman has Iteen quite III since lonving told him that tho footwear would rest being sent to Postmaster John C. Jones,

$ per Bailey Robbins, of Palatka, is seed and stamps. Itere, but his many filenils will be glad him. Blistered feet are not his Idea ofrest. Tltusvllle postoflloe. Ex-Postmaster K.J. .

will paying again in town, occupying his old position Contractor J. A. McDonald, of Miami to learn he is now much better.Opt. Qulmby has gono to Jacksonville %
oblige by upleirwbBcrlption.
at the station of the F. E. C. R'y.Mr. pa sed through Tltusvllle, Wednesday James Pritchard and son, Mr.D. reside.
New York Chartered for War Hervle*.
en route to to confer
Oscar Stewart is again at home n. Pritcharrl, have bought out the Interests
several with Mr. II. M. AMONG THE HOTELS.
I -Mr. E. L. Brady spent days Flagler upon matters of Mr
after spending several weeks his F. T. Budge In the hardware
aJjfknonville this week.May at Bouaventure, looking after on the place of Interest to the latter. store at this place. Wn wish the Merrltts Island has the honor of furnishing

J Day festivities at Cocoa will beeld grove. orange Rumors are rife to the effect that new proprietors evi ry success, and trust the first goveinmeut vessel onIndiau Where to stop. See list of hotel* amour
Tuesday the 3rd.IVote one of cur prominent citizens will shortly that our Indian River residents will give River for war service. The tidy 7th page.
on Do not forget the May Day plcnle at lead to the Hymeneal altar a them n liberal share of their patronage. little st on in launch Leo, of Georgians,
change of F. E. C. Ry. and F. Cocoa on Tuesday next, when the St. member of the fair sex whose home Is has been ohaiteiod by the government Hotel Coqulna, Orniond, will open*
away.On
seven o'clock a. m. Paine, afier spending the winter at their and Tltusvllle as a dispatch boat, taking Read the article upon tho preposee) f
J C. T. McCarty, of Arikona, fine residence the bank of Indian
Sunday last, lightning struck on the route through tho creek opposite
hotul at Nassau on our 2nd
las la town a short while the first ofhe Archdeacon B. F. Brown has just the .Methodist church at Cocoa, tearing River, Cocon, paxscd through Titosvlllo, Titusvtllu to the Itanium river, thence toa page.

week.I received a very handsome bible fiom his down part of the steeple and weatherboarding Wednesday, en route to their siimiocr point on the peninsula close to the Remember, Hotel Placlde, the New m

I Archdeacon B. F. Brown left here, fileud, Kev. Dr. Powell,of Grace church, and doing other damage to home at Cailton, Minn. Their many light house, where a U. S. signal station Elliott and tho Travelers' hotel, Jacksonville

fuesday, for Eustls, to attend a ClericusTnd Baltimore, for the Episcopal church at the plastering and lathing Inside the friends will gladlv welcome them to Indian hits been established to sciutlnlse mid are still open.Managor .

read a paper. Eau Ualiie.We edifice. River next winter. report the movements of vessels at sea.Illne John Anderson, of Hotel Ormond M

0. R. Gaillard returned to have been enjoying some very The Rev. E. E. Johnson, of Cocoa, has returned home from a trip teLako
Purser cool weather during the prevailing East Coui Vegetable and Km It Train. Worth. He will soon leave for tho
passed a successful examination for
this week, from Jacksonville and SALE and
bun FOR Cheap, a Newspaper
month, and Northerners New Mount Pleasant House Whit*
are rejolciug
( many priest In Holy orders, before the Episcopal ,
ft Tuesday fur Miami.I Job Printing plant, nearly new. Addruss -
over the fact that they remained Examination Board, at Orlando, last The special dally (except Mond ty) service C. II. W. Mountains.

I Mr. Will Knox and family left here, in Florida during Apiil.Mr. week, and will be ordained at Cocoa on that ihe F. E, < Ry. continues to Advocate, otllue, Tltusvllle, Fla. Manager Jos, P. Gronves 1ms sufficiently

ednwduy, for Statesborough, Oa., to Andiew Feaster, whq has been Ascension Day, operate, for tho rapid transportation of teoovered from his protractodl

hake their future lesidence.J engaged this winter at the well known Commodore C. J. Clarke, of Pitts vegetables and fi illt from the East Coast.Is spell of Illness to be about, anil Is one*

J Our town was quite lively the first store of Pax ion fe Hatch, Kockledge, burg, Pa.- after sending several months being very liberally pationized, and May Day Dane* at Indlanola. more In his office nt the Aloaaar, St.

lithe week with the jury and numerous has bet
to attend court.Mr. left for Cocoa on Tuesday's steamer.Mr. of business warrants It. hands around and the lady In
jitnes *8 present passed through Tltusvllle, Tuesday, en Seven The Tampa Bay hotel, Tampa, Isagal*

and Mrs. Chas. Lewis, of New and Mrs. W. II. Peters and family route home. He has certainly been the centre." AltheSoclal Club at Indlanola open, under tho nbln management of Mr.A. .
fork, have been spending a couple oflajs who have been spending the winter having a good time the past season, Correction.Owing the dhectors of the Cocoa MayDay T. Dick, who was recently mart led!

or to at the Indian Ki ver hotel this at their Daytona home, left on Sunday cruising In his fine yacht.Mr. pionlo have mudo niiungcmonts.. to to Miss Helen Chamberlain, of Andover,

>eek.I last for Brooklyn, \. Y., where they W. A. Rhodes, of Indianapolis, to misinformation on the paitof give will eveiy be one dancoin a good the lime.evening As thoie after Mass.
not a
I Capt. J. H. Smith, one of our popukr will remain until next season.A Ind., spent from Sunday until Mondavin made the In boat our last committee Iss'ie as,to an the error fare was to the plcnlo nt Cocoa, they have made arrangements < All the horses belonging to Hotel Ormond -

steamboat commanders, has gone tolnkMiavllle pictii i e of a paitof the British town, when he left for Rockledge and Cocoa and ro urn by steamer St. Sebastian with the Indlanola Social have been shipped by Messrs. Andeison -
to remain with his family war fleet, which now hangs on the oilier points south. He Is looking tor a on Tuesday next May 'I. For the Club and with Cant. Utile to take all A Price, to Colonel John Bradford
l Mle.Mr.. walls of the Advocate office, is of much suitable locution for himself and family round-trip the charge, for adults will beSOcts. wishing to go to Indlanola and stay there TallaliHsseo, who will attend to
interest to visitors. Beloie I lie war is on the East Coast, and says he Is surprised each and child SScta. Tlckots until eteiybody has had a good time. their pasture during tho summer months.
S. X. Otadwln and son, Richard, ended we may need some astdsUnce, for at the delightful weather we are be obtained, at S. -en W, Carroll's store. They wilt bo nothing left undone by thoIndlanola They left Ormond In charge of S. Mills,
burned to Miami Saturday last, in the having down here. may conductor of the Ormond horse
will chief
it Is stated that theie is a posKibility of people. Thuy give you a

punch three weeks Edith here.Train R., .after a stay of two or France, Russia and Austria ttking sides General Anderson, of Portland, Me., good time. Admission for geutlonien, oar lino.Mrs. .

with Spain.Mr. stopped at Tltusvllle, Tuesday, just long Laid Up.We only BO vents.SIGNAL Jennie Pell late proprietress ofHoUl

I Master E,S. .Spencer, of the E. O. Morgan and Mr. and Mrs.E. enough to say "How-do-you-do'* to one Ptaza, St. Augustine, was a passenger
I.T.4K. W. R'y., Jacksonville, Is reJorering of our reporteis. He was accompanied understand that the dredges of the southbound trala
Wednesday's
L. Lesley, of Fort Basitenger, were In on ,
from a serious Illness of several town several days this week. Mr. Morgan by his son, John, one of the popular and Fla. Coast Line Canal weeks' duration.IMrs. whole-souled of Hotel Ormond Co. will be laid I lie south end of
is one of the biggest cattle o nersIn proprietors up near FLORIDA EAST COAST.An a new hotel tho Plazit situated near
They ere Just returning from a Indian River until the war scare Is over. the Terminal railway station.As sou*
E. P. Porcher and family, of Florida, and was in town iipmn law
Cocoa branding pleasant visit to their friend, Mr. N. W.Pitts The company's launch, Denuy, arrived Lieut.A. she her furniture moved from
returned home, 'Saturday last, matters connected with the Illegal order has been received by as can get
vter a pleasant visit of about two weeks of some of his cattle. He will probably of Pitt's Island, Lake Worth.Mr. at Neptune on Satin day last with the It. Merrill, of the Jacksonville division St. Augustine ami place everything 1stshipshape

kith Mrs. Blodgett, at Daytona.J return here to attend a special and Mrs. T. A. Snider, and Miss dredge Chester until In tow, both of which of the Naval Militia, from Lieut- she will open for business.Mr. .
will bo laid next fall.
session of Circuit Court, If held.Mr. Snider, of Cincinnati O., were passengers up Commander Fitzgerald of the Florida J. T. MacDowell anil Miss MaeDowell -
J Services at Cocoa, Sunday next, at on Wednesday's northbound train, Divisions, Instructing him to establish Mr. and Mis. C. C. Leadley aa*
1030 Daniel S. DeVinne of the DeVtnne -
a m. and 730 o'clock Also ,
p. m. en route home after spending the winter Death of a Former Indla Klverlte.A at once signal stations at Mount Cornelia Mr. and 5Irs.. W. Wr Palmer left St.
It Merrltt Episcopal church at 3:30: inIne Press, one of the largest left printing cruising In the their house-boat Irene on Fori George Island; at Cape Augustine Inst Sunday for the North.Mr. .
afternoon. Archdeacon U. F. Brown offices In New York city, for home
and launch Nlkko. Mr. Snider Canaveral Juplierand Cape Florida.Lieut. MacDowell will a few week*
spend
pill officiate.J Saturday last. He had been down owns a letter to the Advocate from New *9
on Indian River viewing bis fine pineapple fine piece of' property at Hobe Sound York says that Mr. Wm. J.- Egan, formerly J. II. Bland, Dr. K, I), Miller at Bate Springs, Tenn., before going to
J Mr. Robt. of called Ridge Lawn which be and Ensign Cromwell Gibbons, of the Branch to the Ocean Ilous*
Harper, Banyan, gavel We acknowledge a pleasant upon expects of Eden, Indian River, died on the Long open
a pleasant call while in town Monday. call plantation.from Mr. DeVinne, who informed ushe to have a fine residence erected 10th Inst., while visiting at Old Point Florida Naval Militia, Jacksonville, stepped for the summer season. The other members
Be came here this The above Informed off the Haiti at Tltusvllle, yesterday, of the will to AvonbytheSoa -
by steamer to attend Clrlult build a home on Iudlan River summer. party Comfort, Va. Mr. Egan was at onetime party go
Court, but as It could not convene, may fall they have bad a delightful time this a prominent pineapple grower, and to have a short chat with an Advocate N. J., ami expect to return to St.
eturned home the coming winter.Mr. representative. Ensign Gibbons next winter.Mr. .
the same day.Mr. past had many friends on Indian River who Augustine
I Miss Jessie Barco, daughter of Mr.J. and Mrs. II. P. Shares wilt regret to learn of his demise. Deceased said he was going to Capo Butter Smith who has filled
and Mrs. E. J. Qulmby, who for of Gainesville, who tins prominent Canaveral (via Cmsoa) with five momIters ,
M. Barco, of the best-heartod
residents of New Haven Conn. who was one of steward with
the position
rany yeais have made their home atMrantla were Dr. Miller to Important
Jackson militia
her sister Mrs. J. M. of the ;
been visiting and most congenial of men had boon the Orniond
northbound Anderson A Price at
have on Monday's Messrs. ,
left for Jacksonville passengers
Bland
arrived In Tltiisvllle with five, and Ensign to
Miami ,
pliere Mr. Qulmby has accepted a poaifon Jr., at with her train, and Informed us that they were residing with his mother In New Yotk Jupiter Florida with similar number at for several seasons, has been appointed #,
few a ,
with the Merrl.l-Stevens. Engineering Tuesday, to spend a Pritchaid.(lays At the on their way home. They had been for some time past, where we had the Cape which Hie officers will remain until by General Supt. C. U. Knott,
places
company.Mr. friend, Miss Kate spending about six months at Rockledge pleasure of meeting him on several occasions established. manager of Hotel Key West for I beau
house, last night, a verv enjoyable last the stations aie Every
Opera summer. had
where Mr. Shaies owns that popular miner season. Mr Smith a merry
and Mrs. D. A. Blodgett and dance was given In honor of foj* Barco, winter resort hotel, the New Rockledge vessel will be reported that pusso* these twinkle In his eye when he arrived atTltusvllle
funlly, Including their have and considering it was an Impromptu stations, In accordance with instructions
servants and told
last aa
and other valuable property. He came ** of Judge ISrooine. on Saturday ,
the
and duty
lone to-Grand Rapids, Mich., their fine affair, the attendance was very goaadCol. to Indian River seriously ill with the from Washington, from men tho on U. S. Advocate reporter he was going to the

r "omo at' Daytona being now Frank W. Pope, one of Jack grippe, and be returns home fully recovered. will receive regular pay Island City to relieve Manager Cllley,
losed. Their many fitends will give sonville's leading lawyers, 'was In town We shall be glad to welcome States Attorney J. !>. Beggs, on Sunday government.Tltusvllle who will start for the North next Tuesday

liiem a glad welcome on their return from Saturday until Monday, with the Mr, and Mrs. Shares to Indian River "liiornlng last, handed us a tele- to take charge of his summer hoteL
fen winter.We he had just received, announcing
of attending court, which was next winter. We have known Mr. Smith about throe
object SCHOOL
the serious illness of Judge John TEACHERS'SUMMER
acknowledge receipt of a fine postponed owing to the Illness of Judge the down-river in years, anil he bears an excellent reputation
Jadiclal
Among people I Broome, of the Seventh of
here to do- FOR TITUSVILLE.A 'a steward and young man
< colonel as
|ouqtiet of beautiful varl-colored roses Broome. The came town this week were: M. S. Sams, Thos.W. District of Florida, who was to have We think he will
Iron, Dr. F. H. Houghton who fend Arthur T. Feaster, late treasurer ofBrevard O. E. L. Tltusvllle this genial characteristics.
grew Sanders, C. Blyth, Lesley held court In week. friends In W st.
Ijiem on his fine piece of property onKjdRewood county, whoso case was to come and wife, E. O. Morgan, W. F. Walker, The judge was stricken with apoplexy circular from Mr. Wm. N. Sheats, make many Key

avenue, Daytona. They have up for trial at the spring term of Circuit J. F. Wooten, C. T. McCarty, W. II. about eight o'clock that morning, at State Superintendent of Public Instruction

J n much admired by visitors to the Court. Sharpe, S. A. Kettles, A. Dyal, J, J.Joyner his home In Orlando, and as he was Ina to the Advocate, states that Professors Hotel G'oqiiliui. Ormond.

Advocate office this week.i.r Mrs. Bradbury and hereon, Mr.E T. S. Sanders, A. B. Humor, W.R. comatose condition at that time, it S. D. Caw thon and E. W. Bar

n' Egger and children arrlv- L. Bradbury, after spending several Sanders, W. A. Hall, E. B. Carter, was rumored that he was dying. He rlngton will open a summer school atTltusvllle This hotel will be ready to receive,
a in town* *from Miami on Wednesday months in Tltusvllle, left on Mondar for Chas. Gibbons, Dan Sloan, W. Watton, was In seemingly good health up to for white teachers, the date summer guests after 1st of May until
lnd will be the of Mrs. Albion, their home in Elmira, N. Y. Mr. Bradbury C. W. Faber, F. C. Prange,T. B. Cantlne.C. that time. A later telegram to hand for which will be announced! later. the 15th of September, The rates will
rady for a week guests or so to has killed many alligators, wildcats F. Olmstesd, D. L. Alderman and arrived hereon Monday, stating that Reduced rates have been applied for ho very reasonable.<>0 a day, and
lepartiog for Alabama, preparatory the and ducks while he-e, and caught wife, T. A. Feaster, L. C. Moore, II. L. Judge Broome was improving, which from all transportation lines within the $8 to 10 a week. Those wishing accommodation
''Biaoier. Mr. Egger will to spend to Tiaaviiie hundreds of fine trout, bass and cavalli.He Richardson, Win. Alderman. D. H Snell, news was very gratifying to the judge's State, and there Is little doubt that all would do well to write aa
early next week. come up this Is the finest hunting section E. M. Whaley, J. D. Crabb, J. 8. Walker, numerous friends on the East Coast teachers, who pay full fare ami take a soon as-possible toMbh.
the says East Coist of Florid.!. We hope K. B. Itaulerson, James T. Sanders, C. who had heard of his illness. This receipt therefor on going, will be returned M. Va ( e, Ormond, Fla.

States Attorney J. D. Beggs, of Orwio on to see him and his mother here next sea Stewart, S. B. Symmea.OXE term of the Circuit Court has theVefore home free.
wag | town from Saturday until been postponed, and a special session The very lowest rate of board has been
inaaay, for the purpose of attending son. may be held later, due notice of which secured In all places where schools are Typewriter ICciinlrlnir.
''rcult Court, but owing to" the serious Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Stokes and Mr.If DOLLAR PER YEAR ACCIDENT, will bo given. located. Correspondence relative to.the
''ncM Judge John D. Broome, court McVean, well-known residents of Also Life and Fire Insurance. Call onS. A later report received at this office same must be directed to the superintendent Only expert In the state. Control the

m adjourned, and a special session will Kobe Sound, arrived in port, Friday last, D. Geioer, Agt., says that Judge Broome is suffering of the county In which the work of the state. Estimates furnished.At.rBKU .
robably be held later.Re7 onboard Mr. Stokes' trim-looking sloop At Chaffee's drug store, from an acute attack of Bright'* disease school Is located. F. Land,
yacht Gull. They were on a pleasure Tltusvllle, Fla. not apoplexy. All teachers and persons preparing to Room 417, Gardner Block,
; James Bolton, a former resient.of trin to New Smyrna, Daytona and Ormond teach, over sixteen years of age, will be Jacksonville, Fla.

Indian River, but now of Cocoa3"Groy and gave the Advocate office a For Sale, SHOE REPAIRING S. J. Meador, of admitted free of tuition In any of these
Mrs.Stokes' .
.
passed through here, Saturcn This was
* call ere leaving town. Columbia S. C, has taken the business schools. Town Tax ISooka Notice.
nl ,
and she
'
way home from attending a Tltusvirie
visit to schools Is not
first At AsbevlllerN. C a beautiful moontain The object of these
'" recently vacated by J, A. Daugb-
, *. Mr.?/ Congregationalisu at JackJnville. was rather pleased with our little burg.of home, 11 rooms. For particulars, try,and will attend to the repairing of merely to assist teachers In obtaining The town tax books are now open and
Bolton stepped off the train lady Js a native of the republic W. N. Rotrsor certificates, but their central aim Is to
6w This been address boots and shoes. Next to barber shop, will remain so until the first of June.U. .
old friends.RocWetlge lnutet to shake hands with Peru South America, but has Sound re- Beaumont Hill, Ashevllle, N. C. develop higher aspirations, a better professional B. FatTcn-AED,
ngwUh her husband at Hobe spirit and more scientific teach Collector.
Livery Stable*.
six Ing.
Indian River, about years. Palmetto Drugstore, I>aytona. With the exception of the school at

Bones Wanted. Buggies and wagons also saddle horses, Gainesville, the course) of study will be jy Am an advertising medium, no*

Has one of the most attractive general Drugs, medicines, chemicals,fine toilet for hire by the hoar, day or week. Hauling similar to that prepared for the schools paper on the East Coast can beat th*

i n tto EBt Coast Ton can find send thern to the soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and promptly attended to. of last year, subject to such modifications Advocate. Olvo us a trial advt.'.
and
-Siu, *otx noe<1 th** Fitting out takS bones Co., South JackJjtiTUle fancy toilet articles In great variety.M. Apply to J. T. Pkick, a* the circumstances may suggest and be convinced of the pink p r
g parties a specialty.PAxrojf Fertilizer cash for them. IIusto*, propr. Tltusvllle, Fla. to each faculty to make. worth.
A IIatch, props. Fla. Will pay



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FROM FOOT TO KNEE T.ME SEMINOLE WAR.Manypeople THE PROPOSED HOTEL AT A NAVAL BATTLE. Magnolia Grocery.

NASSAU, N. P. ...

Ohio Woman Suffered Great Agony have an Idea the war with There Is a rumor afloat that the first

From a Terrible Sore Her Story o* Spain will not last longer than couple Tbe Nassau Guardian says: His Excellency naval battle of onr war with Spain took H.A.HENRYProprieJ
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
the Case, and Her Cure."For i>f month*, and that the Spania-rds will tbe governor'* reply to the place opposite Boynton, Dade county, in g*

many.year* I was afflicted with a soon be .driven out of Cuba. We shall resolution of the Eoase of Assembly, In last Thursday morning. George Lyman USTAPIE AND FANCY !

milk leg,and a lew years ago tt broke out be able t<> give an opinion later. It was reference to tbe prsposed new hotel, is and others who were fishing In Lake GROCERIES.**

bt a sore and spread from my foot to way supposed the boutbern "rebels** would published In another column. It will, Worth, which is separated from the Write or call for our CasL Price List

knee. I sutlered great agonIt would have been cleared out In a few monllia, we think, J e generally conceded that ocean by a narrow strip of land, heard which " please |

burn and itch all the time and discharge but It Un>k four years to get the war the Course Indicated in the message Is heavy firing and ran to the beach, and 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, TLa!

great deal. Aly health wss good wdth settled. Tbe only experience the United the wisest one to adopt nnder the cir say they saw a United States monitor Telephone No. 255.

the exception./ aore. I tried great States army has ever had In tropical cumstances. Until it I* known what chasing and firing upon a Spanish manofwar -

many kind* -at salve, but aorae would warfare was In Florida, from Ih.'t5 to modifications tbe Secretary of State for or gunboat -convoying a coal
lrrlUle the that I could GEORG MARX JOHN
sons ao hardly
1843 the seven years' war with theSenvInole the Co onle* baa made to the bill dealing or transport ship. The Spaniard replied MARXItucklen'a
tend the pain. I could not go near the
lire without suffering Intensely. Someone Indians, says the Chicago Record, |th tbe Royal Victoria, It would be shot for sboC All tbe ships were traveling

sent me papers containing testimonials of While the conditions In Florida were waste of time to proceed with another very fast. The men say that they -Wholesale Dealers In

cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla, and I toisVmy much more favorable than they are in bill vf a similar character. The despatch watched the battle for an hour, or until

husband 1 would like to try this medicine Cuba, the mortality from disease was from the Secretary of State may shortly only tbe smoke from tbe funnels was

lie got tne a bottle and I found It enormous In comparison to the nusaberof be expected. Meantime) all possible visible on the southern horizon.In which] 131 and 133 East Hay Street sad S and B Newnan Street ">

helped me. I kept on taking It until my men employed. The records show preparations can be maste', so'tbat the direction the ships were traveling. T.e>,olaJBioxx-7-ULlo

limb wss completely healed. I cannot there were nearly 8Qi/0 U. S. troops engaged contemplated bill May ,be drafted at oria,

great praise Hood's benefit Barssiparllla it bus been enough to me.lor the It during 'the seven years*,fighting, once on principles which have already Arnica Salve.Tbe ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT gQUSES IN THE CIT
against a total of about 3I<0U bemiaolu been approved of by tbehome author
cleanses tbo blood of all Impurities and
Ira res it rich and pore." Mats. Arm E.ake Indians, of whom 1,501 were men', 1,367 ities. beat Salve In tbe world for cuts, We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow >
T

*, Whlttlney, Ohio. were women and.OD.1 children. The following is tbe governor's reply bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of nay, Grain and Feed w ei

You can buy Hood's Barsaparilla of ail The war was
druggists. Be sure to get only Hood's. very similar to that between Ibe Span- : I beg to acknowledge receipt of corns,cures and all Piles skin, or eruptions no pay, and required.It positively . MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.E. .

favorite family lards and Cubans. Tbe Indians would the resolution of the house, which you Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction

Hood's Pills TtuTc.: Trice jso. not consent to a stand-up flgbt unless have been so good as to lay before meby tt money refunded. Price 2c.. per

they bail the advantage, but lay in ambush means of a deputation despatched for box. For sale by F. S. Chaffee A Co. Wischexbach, Manager. F. G. Russell, tJ

and attacked our soldiers In the that .

PRIVATEERING. dark without expoHiag their own live*.1 purpose.Tha resolution has reference to tbe Most Beautiful Place on Indian FLORIDA MACHINE WORKS!

They lived on the .country the nailve proposal to build a new hotel on the
Our government will not resort to priratterlng. Itlver, for Sale, at a Great
That In fruits, roots, vegetables and game- Fleming Square and Barracks-site by Mr.Flagler .
enemy's goods neutral
bottoms, save contraband, are while tbe soldiers were inquired to carrj and I note that the house is of Bargain. IRON and BRASS CASTINGS.

supplies with them, and were thus handicapped opinion that It Is desirable for a bill tohn
from seizure that neutral
exempt ; goods The famons Turkey Creek Grove, consist
and retarded la I heir General Repairing Promptiv & Accurately
movements the for submission Don
prepared by government
not contraband, under die enemy's fl-itf, !ug of 14 aciea of orange grove anil
are safe from seizure, nod that a block, as tbe Spaniards have been.It to the house, granting tbe said 40 acres of land fronting on Indian Rlvei

ade, to be binding must lie effective. In took seven years tit subline the savages site te Mr. Flagler.Tbe and Tin key Cicek, with steamboat landing Iron Building Columns, Shafting, Pulleys, Hangei
and there was no peace until tliej that big. is already and Tillman postoffice and railroad
house Is aware a and Boxes
substance these are the principles laid In Stock.
On thi-
station on tbe F. E. C. R'y. Sash Weights and Grata
down In the agreement *>f furls In 1853. were practically exterminated. At tbe In the hands of the Secretary of place, lying on the west side of Indian Saw Mandrels

The officials are not disturbed by the end of seven year* the Indian fltthtlng State embodying another proposal of a Klver, three miles south of Melbourne, Bars a Specialty. of all Siza]

news that Spain will refuse to be bound men were reduced to about 30>> and the) similar character having reference to the two miles from Atlantic ocean beach. Furnished.
weie hidden In the About 400 good bearing orange trees,
Everglades. During known the Royal Victoria
by the same principles and forbid privateering property as
about
balance In trees will yield
'
these seven years out of the 7,40(1( troops hotel. la regard to the latter I have young' STJOiLZl. IVrXXaXaS.
for they are satisfied that the 1000 boxes this year. Can be madito -
great commercial powers will not tolerate employed, 1,531 died twenty-three sail been in communication with tbe Secretary yield 2000 boxes a year in two years.Servant's Telephone 102. Office and Shops atEnd; of Viaduct in RWenlilj

the practice of privateering under fin and forty-two marines, the remainder of State by telegram, and learn that house and good packing house JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.C .
being officers and soldiers of the bill nod rooms above. Good fishing, quail,
the Spanish flag. Inasmuch aa there regular the proposals in that have been gen deer and duck hunting up Turkey Creek;

exists a great amount of misapprehension army. Of this number only fifty- i-rally approved, but that certain modifications line harbor for boats; lovely river frout,

not only among foreign countries, eight were killed In battle, 314 died of have been made with a view to with beautiful forest trees. Hammock jE3Z anW a lw> jEE3 XL. TTlvCDKALKKS Ss cDF"

but also among American shipper!, as wounds and 1,250 of malarial diseases.As safeguard the Interests of the Colony; lands for sale cheap. Apply toD.

there Is merchandise that Is contraband H result of tbe Indian war there are and I have also learned that a despatch L. Oauldkst, IN

mailable to seizure during the progress now on the pension rolls 0,1)01) person*, on the subject might shortly be expected.I Atty. for Titusvllle owners,, Fla. xx "Winesraxica.. 3Lilca.iJi.orsl

of the unofficial but of whom 2,373 are survivors and 4,284widows. am sure tbe house will agree with
war, following authentic 417, 410 V. Bay bt.,
statement has been obtained They receive an average oft.s ma that 1*. would be Inexpedient to submit
<))0,000 a year In pensions, and since consideration before THINGS IIAVR CHANGED. JACKSONVILLE, \ FLAB1CH
from a high government official: a fresh bill for ,
In determining, according to the law 180a have been paid3,'.>43,70a. Tt total the government is put in possession of 'WINES create good, rlcb btal
Time "Works Wonders and Herein thy Mood. Don't n.oke I lie D>l take <]
of nations, whether merchandise is contraband amount thus far paid by the government the modifications which the Secretary of buying sour |>oor wire berauw lt |
for pensions out of the This is cheap. It is not. It has a naaty, din
growing Fact
of lias to introduce ClearlyDemonstrated.
war, It is classified : State thought proper greeable effect upon the system,
1. Absolute contraband. Florida war will exceed $.V,000,000. into the original bill, but so soon as this good wine is really not ei| gives you thatsatisfied pulled-tu&eilier, t
2. Occasional or conditfonal contra information reaches me I will lose notlnw feeling
Heats the Klondike.Mr. a few years ito Dr. HTWe make a Specialty of KnrtbtWuna
band. In causing a new bill to be prepared Vincent rami, to Florlila Mountain Uf lorn Vhltkey.thiel

3. Goods, not contraband. A. C. Thomas, of Marvsville, Tex., which [ trust will secure tbe object the and beiraa.practice In less than byadvertising. years old, 12M l>er Ballon.1'arties .
has found a more valuable living in Dr> Tonnavilli
The first class Include all goods of an than has yet been made In the Klondike discovery, house and the Colony have so much atheart. *a*talked week he about"waa tbe uian niosi in them well to to order per cent tram,on n sit, orders.as us can w\

essentially warlike character. For years he suffered untold agony from the S ate. Phynicianit
send orrtenlWuwill
their %& Always money with
tuiked
The second class includes provisions, consumption, accompanied by hemorrhages I will gladly fall In with the wishes oftbe were what by they thought patienta not open new aicounti unlM

naval stores, coal, horses, certain kind* Dr. King's; and New was Discovery absolutely for cured by house to have a plan and estimate ofa about Clinging this to Ir.the teaching Vincent. suitable Goods Jacksonville sent C. U.relerence D to Ir>l>Tosr.ilAgent iiwlNo

of machinery, certain forma of steel, tion, conghs and colds. He consump dedans new Barrack, In case such a building of looking a decade ago the, newcomer and Brewers and for Bottlers Indianopolis, lndiankpolia Brenlrig, Imf("f

iron, etc., which are subservient to warlike that gold is of little value in comparison should be needed, and so soon aa these as upon a sort of an Interloper Hercules Malt Tonic, 1/2.25/ per case; Clayton A Russell Wild Cherry Brandy,S4 BO per case.
use, and which are destined for the with this marvelous cure: would have details can be obtained from tbe Surveyor their reply was

use of the enemy. It even if It cost a hundred dollars a General, they shall be duly forwarded, Is always an advertiner the *atnej,and"lie vim
bottle. Asthma, bronchitis and all throat can't him much that acconnt."
to be
expect on
They are contraband or not, according and lung affections are positively cured O. T. Cartek, How wonderfully things have changed in a few SAW AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YARD,
to occasions and conditions of shipment by Dr. King's New Discovery for con Government House, Governor.11th Bluirt monthn. TtwlHy there is not an honest PHlatka, Flaw E. Bay S{., Foot of Catherine!
In the city but who will ray that
and destined usn. Every such case depends sumption. Trial bottles free at F. S. of April, 1608. T.Vincent has certainly cured many of the
Its facts. Chaffee's drug store. Itegular size fiOo. worst kinds of cbronio caaes. But it la not the WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
on own
and $1.00. Guaranteed to cure physicians who are aupposetl to know of all ,
The third class Includes 'articles not or price these cure*. On where ynu will throughout the
refunded. Men are judged by what they do. Snis city or State and you will hear of these cases.At .
suited to warlike use such as church Hood's Sarsaparilla. and its great the same time. Dr.Vincent does not claim to Manufacturers of ,
tie Infallible. He sometimes fails, but when he
service and musical Instruments, household Tax Collector'H Notice.I cures have given it a goed name every does, the chances are that there is no hope fur
wares and goods, and other suchlike where. It is the One True Blood Purl- the case, no matter where he goes. In all cases Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath.A
tier and Great Nerve Tonic.Hood's be asks but a fair and impartial trial. That Isall. .
will be
articles, aud inoluding many that at Titusvllle after April 4th ,
until the 1st of May for the purpose of SPECIALTIES:
are purely mercantile In character.No collecting taxes for the year 1807.E. Pills are easy to take, easy tooperate. CATARRH and all CHRONIC DISEASES of large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, celling, siding, mouldings, shingle.'

article unless of merchandise la contraband W. Ha Li, Core indigestion, biliousness the,Eye.Liver Ear, llowels., Nose, Throat Kidneys, Lungs, llladder., Heart Nerve,Stomach *, lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cyprtmouldings

transported beyond the Collector. 25c. Rkin and Blood Cnronlo Ulcers (old aore leg). of all patterns a specialty.
territorial Cancer, Rupture.Stricture, Varicocele, Hydro
water and jurisdiction of
a cele and Piles guaranteed cured without naing When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see as.
neutral state, nor unless destined for anenemy's Third class railway fares In India are n who kills time murders opportunity, the knife. .Rheumatism, diseases peculiar to

port or for anenemy's use, or less than a farthing (half a cent) a mile. A man's weak spot Is usually about given women special and Private attention.No Diseases. of both sexes, are

for an enemy's ship upon tire high seas, The man who staggers least under the charge for consultation. Fees always reasonable.
the size of a dollar. Ipecial rates for m 11 treatment, W. B. DAWSON
which belligerent ships are permitted to weight of reverses Is the roan who walks DR. \V. T. VINCENT, Specialist. ,
of locomotives in
The 1907
police in seaicb of enemy's ships and upright when the sky is cloudless. exports Mohawk Block, cor. Bay A Market Streets,
contraband of war.No were three times greater than eight years Jacksonville, Florida. Wholesale and Retail
Hours 1 9 to 13 a. m.j 2to4&7to8p. tn.
final and exhaustive definition of ago.Tbe Sundays 3 U to 9 p.m.only.LITIIIA .
The Sm( of the Cradle. railroads of Great Britain carried
contraband articles can bo given; they

are changing with the progress of Inventions There's Mye.byelHope a sweet rises littte hlftUt cra- last year 800,000,000 passengers with WINE & LIQUOR MERCHANT
SPRINGS, OA.
; some articles were contraband die nuns;up la the sky; safety to all but Ave.
_A dear little lite that la
formerly which are not now, and the fl """ coming tobleae;
Two kA chubby hands SWEETWATER PARK HOTEL.Litbia .

xeverse Neither Is true.belligerent can treat goods as A that pore will little pat and soul careea winc; April Wisdom.Be Bprlngs,Near Atlanta,Oa. 119 W.est Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
ing down
from above; Florida and New York sleepers pass our door.
contraband in violation, of his treaty A darting- ear* for, a that blood is Hotel Feb. IS. Tbe moat healthful location
sure your pure, your opens
stipulations with neutral la the Jbr ian- In the South. Never any cases of contalouaor Fine Old Liquors Imported and -Domestic Wines U|
a power, as days when appetite good, your digestion perfect.To Infectious diseases, or even malaria.ust ,
regard* the subjects of that power. Kve sinned purify your blood and build np 5! tne place to spend the spring months without
k was writ. your health, take Hood's Sarsaparilla. risk. Not a* cold aa mountain resorts, nor Mexican and Florida Cigars.JPTJSJEl
Anyone desiring' to ship goods to .
a'foreign ten that This medicine has too warm to be safe. Rooms with both grates
accomplished remarkable anil steam beat, electric lighta. private baths,
in neutral vessels motherhoodshould
port would
cures of blood diseases. It is and toilets,hot and cold running water. Snn FANCY GROCERIES.
profitably, consult any existing treaties be hereafter the One True Blood Purifier. parlor* and glass-inclosed porches. Stop over

between Spain and the government of accompanied ac Hood's Sarsaparilla has power to make medicinal privileges.bath Hotel* and cost the strongest S300.0O0. Llthta All kinds water or WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound CoodiJJOT"

that'port. pain you well by.purifying and enriching known for rheumatism, kidney and bladder Price List application. Tour Trade Solicited.If .
and trouble Send for Si 80 to S4 upon Jug
sorrow; your blood, giving you an appetite, and pircular. per day;
The ibelligerent right of capture as but this nerve, mental and digestive strength, IS to S'JS per week r less by the montn.H..T. ypn wish.to open an account you must give first-class city references.
cars* Blake,lata of Paa* Christian and Maaitou,Colo,
against a neutral exist* only either incase apoa
oar fore,
of contraband of war, or of enemy's j parents has

goods aboard or of a violation of an effective been lightewed Notice. ALEX XEAB. KRNEST TAYLOR. THE SOUTHERN FUEL & SUM Cpmpapy

blockade, and In other anologous and more ; ,
more All members of the County Democratic NEAR & TAYLOR
cases, where the conduct of the neutral aa mankind ,
hare learn Executive Committee will please meet
'justifies the belligerent In treating his ed" to risesuperior at the committee rooms at the courthouse (Successor*to John McAllister.) Wood Goal Coke Brick Lime Cement

property aa enemy'* property. to in Titusvllle, on Tuesday, April ,
many of their sins sad mistakes. 2tith, 1808. I trust that all members Artesian Well Contractors
One of the- grandest agencies which will attend. Tom Johnson ,
e -
,
Free Pills. lighteaed motherhood Science from has discovered to relieve Chairman. EAU GALL1E. FLA.Wm. Yitrifled Paving and.. Sidewalk: Brick.
Send your address to H. E. Bucklen ACo. eacesslve suffering is the
'Favorite
., Chicago, and get a free sample box JL V. Pierce Prescription", chief devised by Dr,
consulting physician of 408 West 1611J.
Street Jacksonville Telephone
Bay
Fla.
of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial the Invalids' Hotel snd ,
Surgical Inatitnte
Iv will convince you of their merits. These of Buflato, N. Y. This wonderful Prescription ,- J. EUrkisheimib. Pres. II. E. ITarkisheimer, Sec'y A Treas.

llls are easy in action and are partleuirly imbues the entire nervous sys K. MUNNERLTN", General Manner.
effective In the cure of constipation tem with natural, healthy vitality; gives
elastic The Butter of Florida.WHOLESAia
and sick headache. For malaria and concerned vigor to the In delicate motherhood organiam: renders specially Elgin Company Ear* I Invite your Attention to my Complete Stock of
liver troubles they have been proved in.valuable. the prospective mother and cheerful
strong
They are guaranteed to be and makes the coming of baby entirely free : ONLY.BCLttsr .
perfectly free from every deleterious substance from danger and almost free from pain. -* HARDWARE AND CROCKERY 4Glassware. -
and to be purely vegetable. They The delighted rratitade of Mrs. Pearl
'do not weaken by tielr action, but by Walton, of Alvo, Case Co., Neb., will find stn. Clieese "
giving tone to the stomach and bowels an echo in the heart of every expectant Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware, G"jj
the mother : Office snd Cold iteware, doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, Ice
greatly invigorate system. Regular Storage, 110 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
size 25o box. Sold "Frevtoaa to the birth of my child," writes freezers, Qiilck meal gasoline stoves. Blue Flame keroslne'oll stoves, &**mZ
F.
per by S. Chaffee Mrs,Walton, "
I had no appetite, sick plows and liarrows
druggist. stomach, bad headache,could not waa rest at night at my, Our 4 Crewn Butter is being used by the best merchants throughout the State. and barbed wire paints and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly/ glasses, poultry

waa wienced completely to wPr.wont pierce out* in every way. I eoa*. The butter handled by us Is the product of one of the largest and best Creameries ,
\ The Duke of Norfolk, who Is an ardent and began to improve Favorite Prescription Harrison Bros* Ready Mixed Paints.
right away. I mm tit two in the State of Illinois. It Is always uniform In quality.
Roman Catholic In bottle*of this great medicine and felt Use a aew "
a recent letter '
person.' At the Ume of caalamst Veceiving .Please aTA0 for Prices. I *ctr n "ei'5ri'S|
1 WW* In Merchants not our quotations will do ns a favor by writing for same.WZ tloaiof ?
said: "Thank God, two of my sisters are aaaec bat little while and I ear* all 4o that yoor patronage. *".Order* given lxotopt aid Careful Attention, and

nuns, and, thank God, one of my wife's great remedy Dr. riereele Favorite *PrescrlsUeav'j'i -iniwii. 4- SELL ONLT TO THE TRADE. This is positive.' prices answered promptly

last sets found ** ;fisvPierce's ; 3kdC. 33.'r' .
a convent. Pallets
was.ty cure coestipstUs. '
TIIE ELGI2T BUTTER CO. OF FLORIDA. F1I"r
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professional Cards. CAUSED BY WAR. WAR PRIZES.It .One Man Can Run This Steamboat HODGES & GODFREY, :


Charleston, S. C, April 23 '08. has . ,
WalTM 8.QUA.***. beon decided that the net proceeds
, Rosslirs. Manufacturers of
BlNS & GRAHAM, Editor Indian liivtr Advocate.I of all property condemned as pilr.e C

tJ would very much like to advertise hall, when the prize was of superior or ..2U 00 Yellow Pine Lumber

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, my business in your paper, but v.o are equal force to the vessel or vessels making > 2."t .

: From 10 to 12 a, m., all so distressed over the war that I do the capture, bo decreed to the captor S-2 HOUGH A r>KK KI>,

0rricB a"wsnd 3 to 4 p. m.Xn not know what to do. I think I will *; and when of inferior force, one- Orange Bom Heads,

jsTitLic, Brevard Co., Florida.fllJpn wait a little longer before to half shall he decreed to the United Mates 1&
coming Indian Fruit A Vegetable Crate*.
River to buy. Yours and the other half to the enpNirs, except 3 i
f In "thecourts-tat and fed etc., Lumber delivered at any part of Indian River
"
: W. Moore. that In caso of privateers und letteis ormarque on through bill of toiling. Anyone contemplating
J facilities for examining ud perfectli.i builiilng on the Kaxt Count, would do well to
lal the whole shall be decreed to
write for price*. Th* riawmtll Is sltitatod on the
title*
The war Is reflected in our shipping the captors, uulews it shall be otherwise 5"MAC11INKKY J.,T. K. W. Hy., miles south of l'alatka.Si.tMiimn .

S. JONES, column. There is practically no movementof provided in the commissions Issued to .5 IIIglitH, l'litiimii co., Fla.
ISOK
iM ships from Florida waters, and such vetiHels.

ATTORNETATtAW.ItlTOSVILLE. this same condition of affairs prevails all The distribution of prlzo money is prescribed NATIONAL, 3. .

along the seaboard. The war will, unless as follows: To the commanding Homo-Seekers Him

BREVARD CO., FLA ample protection is provided drive officer of a fleet or squadron, onetwentieth IIANDLKS FIIOM PILOT HOl'SK.
of the This steamboat laST-ft. lone.im-ft. beam,a-ft. depth of hold) drawn U Inches of water, and
Judge of Brevard County.j out the sailing craft entirely from the ; to the commanding officer will run eight miles an hour. Ilaaoautn MU feet, with Sf t. head-room Two folding bads and REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
County Gulf and the division of the fleet or squadron, oneflftleth y,6-ft. 1'a.n aeoninmodate six or ehrbt rwrsona easily, Huron either wood or ooal. Hull-
seaboard; it will almost able for pleasure Jiuriwwo or llnl> f relffht ur imninK business. We will duplicate for 11,200, or
..ruin that on the soiiboard Itself, and few, ; to the fleet captain, onehundredth will alter to suit conJlttona,at price* from S'.wo.og to#tAOO.HKRHILMTKVENS .

-. I. GAULDEST, and but the swiftest, steamers will part of all prize money awarded KNOINKBKINO CO., Exchanging Property for Property
venture to the vessel or vessels of h's command, 138 St 140 East May St.,Jacksonville, Ft*. Knulneera, Contractor*. Rte.MANIER .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW on long voyages. The result will Specialty. Semi Description of what
,
be the discharge of thousands of men except In case when the capture Is made you have, anil what you want.MAUABAlt .

In all the Courts or the State by the vessel on which he Is serving at
TloiWaVtnd tha Vuitei States Courts..0.BoxS3 who load the ships, the lumber mills Indian Klver, FLORIDA.C. .

the ttmo of the capture to the commander
;
will work fewer hours, perhaps not at all
TITUBVILLK, FLA. ,
of a sinule vessel one-tenth of C. CAKKOLL, ''hi
,
Money to Loan. 18 and the az of the woodmen will be silenced
all money awarded the vessel under his Real Kstate Agent.Cholco .
for a spell. Thi* is one of the ml
command if at the time of the captuie
GOLDSMITH grim effects of war, and the misfortune ,
,
under the command of & LANE MUSIC CO.Conoyer .
M. is that Jingoes do not also h.we to swallow his vessel was a .

the bitter pill. The d.iy's shipping intelligence fleet or division officer; but if acting independency Wlnos, Liquors

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW command he Is entitled
of sucli ,
is but a foierunner of the . and Cigars.Onnranttied .

future. T.-U. and Citizen. to throe-tuenltuths. After the Pure.

Tltusville, Florida. foregoing deductions are made tlio remilnder

is to be distributed among all Sold at rodiu-cd
Washington, Apill 2The lepublican Fischer Frankiln price* *t ) vwKwa
Kingsbury
others board the vessel or
doing duty on
CAKY-ELWES, members of the Wajs and Moans committee Imported
vessels making the capture, in pioporttou -
J' of the house completed the war Tokay Wine,
NOTARY PUBLIC, to their respective rates of pay.
revenue measure and it from Italy.
to-d.iy, sent to
STATE AT LARGE. Section 40.15 of the Revised Statutes PIANOS
the printor. It will be over again KwaMi
gone .
Typewriting, taxes paid for nonresident contains provisions which are probably John B. Tognl ,
to-morrow and
probably submitted to
rents and accounts collected
*, citizen. They
tt .,eto. Correspondence solicited.Titusvllie the full committee on Wednesday. Several not familiar to the average Metropolitan Saloon, 12:1: Kuat Day St*
are the following: "A bounty shall be CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS
- Florida.p
questions are still open. The bill, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
paid by the United States for each person
as now prepared. It is estimated, will Wholesale and Itetall......
J. WEBB raise between $93C00O0O and (100,000000 ,- on board any ship or vessel of war Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms.
'
belonging to an enemy, at the beginning .'JlP
annually. The Largest and Most Complete
of which Is sunk or
an engagement,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, The principal decision made to-day otherwise destroyed in such engagement Write for Catalogues.MANIER. Establishment South.GEO. .

Will practice in the Courts of the 7thCircuit. Iwas the definite determination not to

place a tax on railroad and other transportation by a ship or vessel belonging to the A LANE MUSIC COMPANY, S. HACKER & SON
which it be necessary ,
United States or may
,
Melbourne, Florida.T tickets and petroleum. It was to destroy In consequence of Injuries 34 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Kla,

decided, however, to place a tax of 1
sustained in action,of$100,if the enemy'svessel
cent on chewing gum, and 2 and 4 cents
0. FRIES C. E. was of Inferior force, and of $200if
on mineral waters, ginger ale and foreign
of equal or superior force, to be dl
COUNTY SURVEYOR. and native wines, 2 cents on pints and 4
vided among the officers and crew ln the
cents on quarts. These additions are "

Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. made to the stamp tux act of 1800, which same manner as prize money.

will be re-enacted with modifications.A Notice for Publication.
Happing neatly done. Estimates for
ORANGE GROVES IN SUMMER Sharing Parlor.
til kinds of engineering works. Disputed tonnage tax, which Is expected to .
raise $2,500,000, is also incorporated in Land Ofpick, Oaixkhvili.k, Fi.a., 1
lines a specialty.TmrsviLLE For the average orange grower, the April 4th, 1MM.) (
the bill. The addition of $1 pur barrel
i
best way is to keep the tree row clean In hereby Riven that the followlnif ;
Brevard Co., Florida.OTEPHEN upon beer Is expected to raise $15,1 Of0)0. ,- shallow cultivation, NOICK wittier ha* filed notice of til* Intention
all the summer by
to make final proof In aupport of hta
) The doubling of the tobacco tax
but when the rainy season sets In to claim,and that *aid proof will lie niude before
OF
and the provision for a retail license of ClerkOlroult Court, at Titusvllle, Florida, on MANUFACTURERS
E. FOSTER, allow the grass to grow In the middles MAY 21 t, I SDH,
$4.80 are expected to raise $.{0,000,000, Doors Sash Blinds
(the spaces between the tree rows), or viz t Chariot flrlftln, of Tltiwvlllo, Fin., Itonte- ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW and the provisions of the stamp tax over cultivated between read 22245, for the south-half of aoitihweHtauarter
$30,000,000. some crop can bo sot'tlon ltt, towiwhlp ill, aouth r ngoI Moulding & Building Material.Ofllco
Rooms 420 & 42:1: Gardner Building, the rows and turned under In the fall, I .
He name* thu following wltne to prove hi*
Jacksonville, Florida.Wm. War pi Ices rule al Key West. A tall adding humus and improving the mechanical oontinuim* reHldttiire upon, anil cultivation ofald A Warerooma, King, opposite
vl 1)). II. Flood, of ritimvllle, rla.
land, : ;
soil but If *
of the
glass of sarsaparilla pop coBts 15 cents; condition ; llronk Itevel*, of Tltuavllle, Kla.; Hamtinl Kutuh, Cannon Street,

a lemonade, 20 cents; beer sold in Chicago cowpeas are planted in the middles, onno of Tltusville, Fla.{ K. 1>. Ortlll*, of City 1'olnt, Charleston S. C.Sasb

Scott. Gordon R. Broome.PCOTT for 50 cents a dozen costs 25 cents account should they be allowed toenoroach Florida. J. M. IIAUCO, .

& BROOME, a bottle; there are no.wooden toothpicks on the trees to interfere with ItauUter.Notice. Weights Cord and

on the island, and coffee has advanced 5 their growth, for there is no policy In ,

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, cents a pound. Life insurance agents bullying up the soil at the tree's expense. Hardware.

(over Bank) of the middles will prevent
from the states are coming In on every The growth

Miami, Florida. boat to prove to the Americans, the heavy rain's from leaching and In Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit Window and Fancy Glass

"conchs," negroos and Cubans of Key washing away the mineral elements of of Florida, Ilrevard County, A. V. H. S. MEADOR. A SPECIALTY.BO .

/ EORGE W. ALLEN West that this place Is sure to be bombarded fertility, but the tree rows should be 1808. i

by Spanish warships, and that kept clean In order that Ihe trees may Emily VS.David F.. Mis Dill for Divorce.IT Washington Avenue, YEARS* *

obtain much as possible of the plant K. Mix. EXPERIENCE
life insurance Is the bcBt policy. Drinking as '
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW exhll>- TJ.TUSVILXE, FLOKIDA.
stored within their appearing hy the bill of complaint
water is becoming more valuable every food and water Iteil and tiled In aald oatim and the affidavit
Key West, Florida. be that the defendant
should not solicitor
reach. Weeds and grass of complainant'*
and will bo a genuine luxury
day, David K. Mix, U a non-resident of the Btateof
Will practice In the United. States soon unless rain falls. And there isn't allowed near them at any time, to rob Florida,and reside* tn-wlti In Long Lake, In
| and State Courts. 0junO5rVR. essential to their the Bute of New York,within the United Htate*. Orange Grove and Iteaidcnce
a pair of No. 7 shoes for sale In town.J. them of the elements Now you, the *ald David K. Mix, be and appear
growth. before the Judge of our Court on the for Sale.A .

S. Falrhead, president of the Board Soma think that during the ,wet summer SECOND DAV OF MAY, A D I"DM, Track Marks
F. n. HOUGHTON, has had the to anawer aalil bill of complaint, or a decree pro and garden of OtaidNSCowVRiarrrs
Jacksonville fine proporty
of around
of Trade season more or less grass eonfemo will be entered agsinat you and the grove Ae
following communication prepared and difference but ountplainant will be allowed to proceed ex-part* 12 acres, fronting on the Indian Klver Anyea*sending a tketeh and deearlytlm.euve.ulosly inam
the trees will make no free oosthev eat
with her raid caue.It and extending back to the county road esaerteln oar opinion .
DENTIST. addressed to Florida's senators and representatives this Is a delusion. Certainly trees will 1*further ordered that thl* notice be published at Sharpes about 15 miles aouth ofTltusville Invention le ennsdentlal.prohftbly patentable llsndboohon, CwsminlM.tlonsutotjjr I

in congress. The chambers and apparently begetting In the lM>i* Kivkh ADVonarn,week a newspaper for known as the.Ilrock plaoe| sent f rse. (fMmt sssiior for sseurtng petenle.Fatente .
grow, look healthy, published in *ald county, onoa a taken tfiraaeb Munn 4 Co. receive
| Baytona, Florida.n of Commerce of Brunswick,, Savannah, on first rate, with grass around four coniteoutl re week*. .100 bearing trees; good house, four tpsolel eetlea without*hvee,1a the
the Honorable John D. Broome, and kitchen servants' house and
WltneK*. rooms ;
Charleston, Fernandina, Pensacola and them, especially during a very wet Judge of *ald court, and the aeal of aald court packing house, l'rloe, 94,500.00. Scientific tfmcricaiLA
been Invited to co-operate at tlie court hoiiae In Tltiiaville, Florida, thl*
time
Mobile have but at that they lllaetvaled weekly. Larsest rtreulallon -
even
ALPH season; tsus.A. Apply to handsenlely
E. ,A U
SMITH, M. D. 23rd day of March enlsntinrt Journal. Tsne*.SS a
with our Board of Trade to the same end: would be doing far better without grass, A. HTKWAUT, RoniitN* GrtAiiam, yean four of months any ,SL Hold byeil nawadealer*.

"Dear Sir: The navigation laws of the and then there comes a dry spell and [L.B.I Clerk Circuit Court, Attys. for owners,
PHYSICIAN AND Stewart, D. C. Tltusville, Kla.JSend .
SURGEON. C. H.
vessels
United States forbid foreign engaging the grass dries them out, etc. Thus marra-aprta

Specialist In Genital, Urinary an Rectal ln the coastwise trade. The pending their new growth is shorter than It

Diseases.Sasfobd war with Spain is causing owners of would have been under more favorable Sheriff** Sale. A _

American vessels tD decline charters. conditions, and their subsequent growth 'TAMPS T WHY NOT K4Y I w
Florida.
This seriously affects the business of the Is delayed. Moreover, If free from grass and by vlrtuw of an Alia* Writ of I rYQRK0QNEa.ilii I

Gulf and particularly In execution Immed out of the Circuit Court 4l
South Atlanticand ports, and well cultivated, being kept a for Brevard county. In a cau therein do.

Pineapple the vast lumber trade. This healthy growing condition with strong pending wherein It. MoCorrolelc la plaintiff L [a
Orange and Lemon the and D i' iiiimm I* defenilant I ba ; leviednnnnanfTwIllmllst
and
alone, if transportation ceases, vitality, they will mature a heavy wood publlo auction In front ofU

Land For Sale, Cheap.I mills are compelled to suspend operations and are less susceptible to damage rth d. r at Tltu.ville, durln* the
growth,
legal hour* of*ale,on
will throw at least 100,000 men by frost or the ravages of insects. MONDAY,THE 2nd DAY OF MAY, A D WW, COTTON WHffi)

have for sale 80 acres of pineapple out of employment. Recognizing your Keep say from four to six or seven to the highest ami be.t bidder for ca h. the following
of the defend int,
l nd on St. Lucie river, a few miles below devotion to the interests of your constituents feet on each side of the trees perfectly situated Jewrlbed In Brevard property county. Florida, to-wltt SOFT SEINE TWINES.A .

Eden 40 of board of trade trusts that by running the Beginning at a pout on the went ahore of the
which being northeast this all the summer
clean south
Section townnhlp ao,
Indian River in TWINE.
quarter of northeast quarter of section you will promptly exert your Influence harrow and cultivator. Run the Acme range 3D east,whenie a palm 1?Inch** in diameter PERFECT fmiRP.rON WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS.i .

18,township 38, south of range 41 east; to have the law referred to repealed, orat In and out around the trees In figure 8 link*marked dl tant:M aUo T a bear palm* 14* inuhe degree* *In north diameter, 1'J CABLE C0R08 and MACRAMC.E. .

we other 40 is the northeast quarter least temporarily suspended. In order fashion, and then straight up and down rnarke. X bear thence, north northwesterly 4S degrees along, east the M EMORY JOHNSON, o. t, o.w .**.
nts
link dlu
J southeast quarter of section 3, to avert the threatened catastrophe. the rows or straight along the rows only, river*shore MA chain* to a poet about 19 feet MOODUS, CONN.
township 38 south whence bear* a
of range 41 east. north of the wharf, from P
ine above land can be bought for $10 Thanking you in advance we are, respectfully as necessity will Indicate. Kept up In Inches In diameter marked l T, bearing north
P acre. It this manner they will need but little degree*. wet three link* illfant| snoVa palm mv. sr uAY. is'"oay. nan.itPEFFER'S
is suitable for
pineapple, yours, well cultivated and will 12 Inches In diameter marked BT, bear*.with J3detrree
Vemon or me growing. J. S. Fairuead, Chas. II. Smith, hoeing, will be *east, 11 link*distant| thence northwest; KERVIQORDIJ!
vem i? 8old ln lote <>' 40 acres, for Secretary.Kerry's get their share of the rain and fertilizer, eV the river snore to Black.hear and THEFISHING 1% met* botv rfiilly aiul |ul> hi*. Cur whfin MOiUnrn
v President. slue non on comer thence northeasterly ) a n. This the latter of course a qua Kaeon'*aoutheast > Mil Vimnif ttt n rstatin
land will soon be worth $50 novico of at riitbt angle* to the general count* of the mmn rnv> r y mtlifi i r/lunr, Ahmntut ty 4i r*
the orange
Per acre.PPly. poor pine soil, as channel of the river at tbTe place, to the edge.of. t kc| t* <:** NfrmiMMIa, AowTslft VltaSlUf,
If he desires to experiment, will HHttlieaeterly along the GAZETTE tmu4ttmnv9 Mivhtlff fffHU i s.sv. I m !* /*rKt.
to C. H. Walton, Advocate Beware of Ointments for Catarrh culture. aid channel; thence dnl the *r AMtsso sVnlllVtf Mm ry( V mmttmm !*!-
omcejortoRobbins Titus not take long in finding out.Don't edge of the channel to a | opposite s s> ami a f *fet4 vt Mirntm** o* *tem* n lbuilscritUm
vllle A Graham, that contain starting: thence*ontnwetrly at right angleatothe (ESTABLISHED 1S1M.) W rda otf In-wnltv mmt nriJiafOf(lua.tftm .
tf keneral coune of the channel ot the river A IIISTOKY >F* ll ft lini ifia>c ImpuM wi>rthl si ihatt utw onf
TIIW WOflUVSrISUEfllEM.
Utt to tb*point of beginning. oo h Nni it jfls-ltlsj %wrmntmr fitvitlU iumint on twv*
Mercury.As Tobaer*8plt Alan
and forever,be ma a tie*amrrtmtl la* d kj ; 6. trr p si plnta wnp.omr
quit tobacco eaeily the ln.ll.rn Klver In nertion towiwhlp W. Th* only weekly publication In the l
ml bo.*,op for V-t, wilt. A r ltlvvvrit. ?
uff -
mercnry'will surely destroy the sense netlo.lull of life,nerve and vigor, take NoToBae south rang*3S e* t.whence a palm tree III InoheaIn world devoted, flrlsal.rl, to the sias.r .. s tmVmrm derange the wonder-worker, that make* weak men diameter marked B T, be.r. 4* degree* north, Pommerrlal fisheries, a-lsli Cellar*
smell and completely ,the M Inches In diameter jiad fteteral History of elb. sfJCFs/jCM A.m4'Xiimmm III.
of the through drugs-late,*Oo or l. Cure guaranteed. l'i links distant) alaoapalio lKl>iVA.l*
it
whole system when entering strongAU free. Address marked X, bear* north 4M degree*, east 24 Tire orriciAt, onoAi* or tub trade.A .
surfaces. Such articles Booklet and sample links distant; thence run southeasterly along Valuable Mwdium for Advsrtlasr*. Sold by J* D. Be re ven. only.Royaltansy .
the mucous on prescriptions SterUng Kemedy Co., Chlcsco or New York.One the*hore of Indian Krver to the northern bono1dary The FISHINO OAZKTTB give* Ihe dsllr quotations
should never be used except of laod now or f rmery! owned by one o* Ihe principal Fish oisrkst* of ins
reputable physicians, as the .tbenee run northeasterly at right angle* sountry, **d all th* asw* ef th* ri riln World
from will do Is ten fold to the of the possibilities la fature railway to the general* course of the channel of the Ivdtao It I* Indispensable alike to the FIHIIEKMANnd pills
they FISH DKAL.nt. Ordere accepted on M. T.FI"H
damage to the edge of .aid
from them.Hall's River at thl* place
.
obtain which
can possibly traveling are glass rails, can along the MKFM HANTrt fur price of subscription.SI.OO
good you manufactured byF. channel, thence ran northwesterly per rear, postpaid to Called BtM-ovcar. ncvrsiriLa.a .
jcvr
Catarrh Cure, be made tougher than any steel. edge of aald channel to point opposite the tales aael Caaadla. aew,rsllsele sod sale f lM J. Cheney 3c Co., Toledo, O., contains starting point; tbenee *outnwetartyet right of S'AtM, per year, poet paid to Forelcareeelrlss. siosmI's, waatv o pslsfulesmusuiiiv
Is taken internally, angle*fo the general course of the channel Sow usd sy eesv aeoelse.
no mercury, and blood and mucous What do you need In the way of the river at thl* place to the point of beginning, east for eaaepl* **py, ls upon the and letter heads bill AddrsseTBB set es* seseersss IssSiallses JIsa*
directly note JOSEni P. BROWS,
acting In buying envelopes, paper, n Itbes.. laMI toos SL **n*
surfaces of the system. heads statements, tags, cards, eta tWe Bherlff Brevard Co. Visit. *. dAXETTE. sealed la plale erepeer. tMssd *u la
Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get and the la shall, be glad to have s share of your merSapr2 MAIL> KCPHESU BUM., stamps for pertiswlar*. e !4 br bnU'CA

It is taken Internally We have flrst-elass Job department 103 BROADWAY.JTEW XtalM>IAriOI ,4thl aalll. .
genuine. work.
4Co.
made In Toledo, O., by F. J. Cheney connected with the Advocate, the Advocate an order for any YORK. Sold b J. D. Screven, only. \\h

Testimonials free.JjrSold bottle. 4 and all wo ask U a than n your work. job printing you Deed.]
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INDIAN RIVKE ADVOCATE, APRIL 29, 1898.



+ INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE.A.WVHKLT + Tb> Spanish fleet will undoubtedly Sebastian.IMenty Poppetl.Ou SAYE MONEY And Bny From ****
keep us guessing as to what motion, It was resolved; That the
committee base the representation as to
JOITSMAt. I>*VOTEI> TO TK OSrV* their movements will be, and our of rain here last Sunday.W. the number of delegates allowed to the ESi is. Borr
boats will have to be continually jiH
the several s
FMBMT or THB INDtAN KIVBB, LAKE .1. Newlau of Marrows in County Convention from pt
WOITU AMD BISCAVBB BAT SECTIONS.. on the alert. It looks as it they town Thursday. was cincts on the highest .number or democratic ,

were going to give us u surprise. votes cast for congressman or governor -
Capt. Hardee visited Fort Pierce this at the last general election. Chi- Grain Hay Feed Garden Seeds Flour

week.Rev..
PUBLISOKb KVEHY miDAT.Cbablbs ried.On ,
Nearly worth orroanufaetured ,
$300,000,000
motion, resolved; That a County.
W. A. Louder has moved Into his
articles were export* Convention be called to elect delegate* Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.
new bouse In the north end of the town.
K. WAtTOH, Editor A Proprietor. ed from the United States last to the Mate and Congressional Convention
Frank Coulter, representing Daty & to bo held at Titusvllle on the 2Uhof
but the there
year, owing to war Stowe, was bere a few days ago.Messts. May, 1808, at two o'clock p. m., ench Agent for Gray Mineral Asb, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless
bo mod* will be a big railing off in tbal to aih
Discontinuance of odvt* must personally precinct being entitled to the following
Brownrigg and Kent sailed for beast. Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations. r
At this ofllce or by writing.Uh amount this year, number of delegates :
Orchid on Tuesday.
LaGrange,4deleg't. Titusvllle, 11 dele, Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE
Morgan Stokes, from Woodley, was City Point, 3 Rock ledge, 6 FLA,
The business who has not
ck,etc,ni y be ro ,
Walton,publisher And proprietor as yet lenrned the value of con
Miss Irene Braddock Is visiting ber 1Ft. Sebastian, 3
tfnuous advertising,, will And he brother, William, at Grant.Robt. Pierce, 6Ft Eden, P. E. UcMURRAfA Carriage mWagon
has It has been ,
A4 INDIAN RIVKIt ADVOCATE, demonstrated that where one dollar Roberts has sold .his catboatAllie 1 Men itt,
to his brother Wilt.Capt. .
Canaveral 2S. Ilaulover
was expended in judicious advertising ,
TlTCSVIIXB, FLOBIDA.Nnw
R. A. Harden has offered his Bluff, 1Mlcco Ankons, BAKER
the return was tenfold. 1 ,
Banyan
services to Gov. Bloxbam, Materials.
While City, 2 Woodley,
Vobk Opkics: Fritz Light arrived In town Saturday Dealers' in
On motion resolvedThat the following
Metropolitan Building,! Madison Ave, The armor-plate manufacturers night with bis traveling circus.
are making an Immense amount of persons be appointed precinct committees Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasuie and Business Vehicle*, Hand Carta, etc.
for their ,etc.
parties
Croquet are quite popular on respective precincts:
money just now. Is it fair that the Palm house lawn.O. No. 1. Lewis Coleman, Louis Myers, U cycles, Sundries, etc
U. S. Deportment of Agriculture they should charge our government F. A. Gibson.No. Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
B. Harrison, of Waveland anchored
Weather Uureuu Jupiter, Fla. nearly twice s much for thrarmorplate In our harbor on Monday. 2. Frank Boye, C. R. Stewart, S.D. .
Geiger.No. .
in Russia has been
The houseboat Rochester, Capt. Bennett 8. W. H. Sharpe, J. F. Wooten,
getting it- for ? Is this patiiotisro and J. Outland aboard, anchored John Mathers.No. .
The following is a comparative slateaent The NewSelden
of temperature and rainfall for the tWill here Tuesday and Wednesday.Mrs. 4. G. S. Hardee, J. P. Cooper,
M. M. .
Cloud.No.
week ending Tuesday, Apr. 26, 1S98.
1808 wtir gunhitats have to Brownrlgg, son and two daughter 6. B. J. Stewart, J. E. M. Hodg
goto *, of Oi lando, were pleasant visitors son, Robt. Snell.No. .
Ml!*. Spain if they wish an encounter Door
OU her Monday.Messrs. 0. S. F. Gibbs, Frank Conklln, Cypress Company
with the latter'* fleet ? Their men- F. J. Webb.No. .
7:17J: Lawson and LToward, with
o'war are said to be "shaky," but iht-lr f-imllleH, went to the Sebastian 7. E. B. Arnold, C. C. Carroll, P.A. ,

7: that is not saying they will not put il>er fishing las Saturday, and all report Conklln.No. .
(18 others in that predicament if they i fine fish-fry, which of course was the 8. Win. Braddock, Paul Kroegel,
"80J the chance. best they ever attended. Ivy Lawton.No. Opened October 1st, 1 0 >, turned the steam on to
get 0. W. J. Tucker, W. T. Hayes, J.F. .

Bell.Ni One of the and Best Equipped Door Sash
Total rainfall for the week, : 0.10 Inches The ostensible >. 10. T. J. DeSteuben, VV. F. Richards Largest ,
only the
Departure from normal rainfall for Hie reason Daytona.

week: minus 0.52 Inches. Departure European powers would have for ,.Henry 11. II.Whipple.No. A. Holmes. J. M. Swain, ani General Wood Working Plants in tbe United States,
from normal rainfall sino January I, intervening in our trouble with J. T. Padgett.No. .
All kinds of
minus 3.74 Indie*. Spain, outside the nonobservanceof ly, and expeditiously Job printtngneatly executed by,cheap Chas.Spalding. . 12. J. J. Roberts, C. J. Reams, And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eight

J. W. Ciionk, Observer, the rights of neutrals to be respected Lewis Harris.No. veara in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect th bett
13. Wm. Owen, Peter Wittfeld, possible material and woikmanshlp at our hands. Our production will cover
by the belligerents, would Most of our winter residents have VHfiV IT Ail Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, OIjsi, et .
The Dauntless is still "in the be at the wind-up, to help out, in h gone, and Rldgewood avenue begins to Nol 14. T. If. Sanders, J. R. Mlot, J.D. .
ring." measure, the European holders of look aitmmeilike, I.e., shut up and desorted. Mams.No. .

Spanish and Cuban bonds. 15. Tlenry Wilson, L. G. Tuten,

Yesterday evening the Christian Endeavor W. E. Chambers. CHAS. N. WELSHANS
Tub Spaniards have an eye on Society gave a social at the residence No. 16. C. II. Nauman, Wm. Watton, ,

the American millionaires' yachts. It is estimated that half a million of Clarence Nash, on Volusiaavenue. J. W. Griffiths.No. .
checks are handled daily in 17. J. E. Fultz, Ed. Winters,
Madison .
Bridges.No.
Florida has no roal for sale the clearing houses of the United Evening picnics on the sandy beach 18. John N. Waller, T. A. Taurmntv CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
Spanish ships please take notice. States, and as a means of collecting are quite the thing. The young folks Geo. Saeger.No. ,

a direct tax to aid in the present patrol the beach in couples, watching 10. J. A. Rainey, Robt. Smith,

crisis, it is suggested that each for Spanish gunboats.Dr. i?. E. Delaney, * HAIR AND LATH. *
There be
promises to of
plenty No. 20. P. A. McMillan, S. J. W.
fun ( ?) uhead fiir this country and check be taxed two cents, which Van Elderon, hypodermic and Scott, Ben Hllliard.No. .

Spain."Actions. would give ajrevenue of $10,000 nday. medical specialist, has been here for several 21. J. M. Orrel, J. F. Bell, A. State Agent L. & M. Pairts and Oils.
The suggestion is u days. He has been giving some remarkable A.Chiistlansen. .

speak louder than practical one, as It Is said the very deduction pain.exhibitions He expects of his to power remain to here relieve Walter. 22.Bobo.Z. Cavender Cairled., E. C. Walker, Old 'Phone 8. fy 13 nogan Street,

( of such a small amount in some little time. Resolved: That the preciuct committee JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
words, is now the motto of Uncle ,
this manner would hardly be objected shall call a meeting of the democratic
"Sam. Nothing but wars and rumors of war
to. voters ot their respective precincts at
at the armory Tuesday night. There
such place as may be convenient to the
was a meeting of citizens to discuss the
Northerners are still rushing The voters, and not less than five dajs before
or the
opening 10,000 miles question of local defense, should such ahlng
into Florida, although the ,tourist the meeting of the County Convention
of become FERTILIZERS.
mtvlgable and necessary. Nearly a hundred
waters the 1200,00(1 ,- and
publio notice of the date houi
is ,
season at an end.
enrolled
( names were aa "homeguards" ...
miles
square of territory about fifteen of them and place of meeting. Carried.Op .
being
in the Congo basin to the commerce colored men. Wednesday, the guardsmen motionresolved; That the selection
It is an rnernus load that we are of not only England, but met to effect a permanent organization of candidatee for County Commissioners ARMOUR'S PINEAPPLE FERTILIZER.ARMOTJhVS .

striving to compel the Spaniards the whole world, was accomplished elect officers, etc. and be that done the by delegates the County from Convention each VEGETABLE FERTILIZER.

to deliver up to us. on 31 arch 16th, by the Commissioners' dtstilct
completion The {lallfnx Rifles have enlisted In the select their own
of the Congo railroad by England.It service of the United States for war. CommlHsioner for their respective Com Specially prepared out of the purest materials and recommended to growers,

Will the jingoes help feed and is said the commercial importance The first lieutenant was forced to resign missioners' district.No because they are tbe very highest standard of excellence.
other
clothe the thousands thrown out of of this line equal that of because the tate government will business coming before the
may
neither allow her officials to hold their committee. It adjourned, subject to call
employment by the wur ? the Suez project in a few years offices nor return to tbem when their of the chairman. For other crops we haveARMOUR'S

time. The railroad was commenced term of service baa expired. .States, It Tom Johnson,
eight seems, ennnot afford to be aa patriotic N. N. Penny, Chairman.Secretary. ORANGE TREE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S .
With the aid of England, we years ago. .
and publio spliited as private citizens.
FRUIT AND VINE.ARMOUR'S .
could defy the whole of the other
O. M. We6ks was elected to fill the vacancy.
European powers, if need be. 'The men are brave who go totho'front BLOOD, BONE AND POTASn. -

but what of their mothers LITIIIA SPRINGS, OA.SWEETWATER .

Would America take the burden wives and sweethearts are MEETING OF DEMOCRATIC Compare our analyses with those of any other manufactures. We can give

of Cuba's government, upon her they not brave, too ? Surely ; war EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. PARK HOTEL.Lithla you other Fertilizers or Fertilizer materials.

own shoulders if she was asked entails suffering not only to the Springs,Near Atlanta,Ga. Use our Complete Brands and you will get the very best results. Analyse!,

to do so ? soldiers In the field, but to those at The Democratic Executive committee Florida ami New York sleepers pans our door. prices etc. furnished
,
on application. We shall
home Hotel appreciate a trial order.
and, whereas the former's of Brevard open* Feb. la. The most healthful loca
county met at the court tion In the South. Never
any cases of conta
Would it not be idea lot is softened by the excitement house, Titusvllle, at two o'clock p. m., gious or infectious diseases, or even malaria
a good to of war and solace of ambition, the on Tuesday last, pursuant to call of the Just the place to spend the spring months with ARMOUR & COMPANY,
put a little more shell on some of chairman, when the following out risk. Not as cold as mountain resorts, nor
were
latter must their present too warm to be safe. Rooms with both
our streets and sidewalks ? "A with appease grief : Tom i Johnson, chaiimsn; N. N. and steam beat, electrio llfctats prtvate hatha prates, Jacksonville Fla.P.O. .
stitch in time, etc." but patriotic fortitude ; and Penny, secretary; M. Saras, J, ij. and toilets,hot and eold running water. Hun ,
although they do not share in the Wooten '(us proxy for 8. S. Jones and privileges.parlors and Hotel rlaas-lnclo cost ed 9200.000.porches.All Stop kinds over ofIT

glory of the tight, none but they ). inediomal baths and the strongest Llthla water
Rumors, rumors, everywhere we know wliat suifering It occasions. The minute, of the last meeting were %SSLF $fiS& .Box,Ma.
read and approved. J. F. Wooten ESTABLISHED 1876.
bear them but "a word to the preia to s-ja per-week: less by the month. H. t!
wise, etc.," Believe only the official sen tod the proxies of Messrs. Jones and Blake,late of Pass Christian and Manitou,Colo.

.news and be eareful of that. IS WAR !


Since the declaration of war by
Look out for Yellow Jack, as heis Congress and the Spanish .HAMMOND PACKING CO.
government
said to be prowling around waiting hostilities between the United . . Commission Merchant. .-. Frnit & Produce.

his chance to add a few more States and Spain may be said to

"clean victims to"his list in other words, have really commenced, although (Formerly Tbe G. II. Hammond Co.) 07 Murray St., NEW YORK.

up. no engagements between tbe opposing OUR SPECIALTIES :
fleets of the two nations have WEEKLY MARKET REPORT :

The Jingoes are happy ia knowing as yet occurred, and phe campaign "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon Strawberries, poor to prime, per qt 0 06 to 013

that they do not have to suffer will not begin in earnest before the "Coin Potatoes, new Heb'n and Rose, No 1, per bbl 4 50 to 6 00
Special"
toy the present hostilities. They Fall; the bombardment of Cuba canned meats."Calumet" "" Culls Chill Red to seconds/, No 1, per' bbl" 4 Oto500

-will probably have a hot time later, has, however, commenced, the fortifications hams and'breakfast bacon. Beets, per crate O65to075 200to373

though.It (some in course of erection "Calumet" leaf lard. perbblcrate ; 175to250
) at llatanzas being injured Celery, 3 to 4>i doz. per crate 175 to 185
Homemade 5 to 8
pure lard."Peerless" 1 50 to 1M
does not considerably by the shells thrown *
seem as though our otow .: : : : ioo 12s
gsvernment expected tbe present from our gunboats, though no compound lard, sausages Cabbages, per bbl crates s 100tol7S

utate of affairs to be speedily ended damage was sustained by the and all Packing House Products. Cucumbers, per crate '""' , 2 60 to 3S0

seeing that they have issued a American fleet from the fire returned. Lettuce, poor to fair '"'' ' ' '' 0 23 to 075

call for 125,000 volunteers. So far aa is known, the war FLORIDA BRANCH : Jacksonville Fla.jy Tomatoes" falrtogood fancy per carrier .... .. .. .. ... I60to OOOto 225 2M

.
has been a bloodless and ,
one, we Peppers, per crate . 112to 180
All the "fire-eaters" said trust that' It may continue so to the Write us for quotations, and you will be pleased. String beans, wax, per bsk't. . 150to200
are tofaave ' ''*' ' '" ""
crawled into their holes end, for there is no glory in sacrificing exp. per crate .. . .... ,... . .... 160to 200
now
freight, crate 160tol75
per
human lives when it
that hostilities have commenced.We can beavoided. Squash, yellow, per crate 125 to 15"

can count on not seeing tbem Up to this time, we have The Premier Flour of America. Squash, white, per crate OOOto 100I
gain until the war is over. had the beet of the war; but let

us not get too confident by reason

of our good luck, for we cannot
The older our country gets, the
tell what the fates have In store
more humane it it, as is illustrated
for us. Let tbe war proeeed in a Unexcelled
in the case of the state of Massachusetts legitimate manner on our part, and Biscuit represent the Old Hartford, Liverpool and London and Globe, AetM,

which has abolished the we can trust to tbe powers to see Providence A Washington, Fireman's Fnnd, and Sun Mutual.

hangman's noose for the electrical that such a course is followed by 33TLowest rates guaranteed. Write for rates, etc, toC.

chair. the enemy. Let us show the world For and S. SCHUYLER, Agent, .
Fl*
that understand tbe meaning Titusvllle,

Some people are asking If politics of tbe word honor, and that wo

had anything to do with tbe value the lives of our brave defenders

present crisis, but why they should in not rushing tbem blindly Bread, Pastry.JACKSONVILLE fruttiitc

do so seems strange, as all party into any engagement that can

lines were said to bare been in obscurity only end disastrously to both life

when the final decision and OF ALL KINDSPRINTING
and leave
property, no point Executed at theADVOCATE
was arrjred at. gained. I Represented bj F. M. BURST, FLA.

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, APRIL 39, 1898.

Northern homes.

._. wM th hod P rs.
,
r8y or U
P *|MiriDii to have a r
wlDdmlll and tank erected in the rear of .FERTILIZBJPEOIJLIv .
l.ePIaz* hotel, for Irriguing pm poses.
Owing u ie| coniiiiue l div spell, others y .
are thinking of the advisability of fol
lowing la Mr. Taylor** footsteps.Mr. .

nud Mrs. J. Osterly and daughter

have gone to Philadelphia on a visit of a PRICES
week or two. Mr. Osterly has just bad
I built a commodious packing house for
better r.icilhy in handling his orange
1 crop la future seasons.


J ?iweepla""" >'" Saloon Win... | G-ro"wers.
Doers, brandy anil rum, Inioorted .

rs.AKlH Price of llquoni from f 2 oo to *3 no per .
Prompt attention to telegraph and nlaU .All jroxxxxCL 3Toz-tlllsBox>.
orders. Terms Cash. Cocoa. Kin.J. hiEH
l>. CKADB, Agt. Price $26.00.GUARANTEED Mfr Before buying the following Materials bo sure and apply tous AN
Pur*
ANALYSIS: for prices, and we will prove to you wo can save you money.STKAMKD .
West
Palm Beach. Moisture
to 10R
Ammonia to S BONE, RAW BONK, f fIt'
fcqual to Rulphat*of Ammonia.... 30 to 3ft
DOVU MM SOWWS Mm County Attorney Robert Taylor, of Available Pfaoniihorio Add 5 toIt BLOOD AND BONE, ACID rilOSniATE, #
Kqual to Hone
rbosphato of Lime.
Miami, was here on legal business last Pota hK20Kqual S to to 13 DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA,
week.C. to Sulphate of Potash..!.. 9 to 10ET"
Magnesia,uina.Soda, eta. ,.. SULPHATF. OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS,
M. Gardner editor
of "Our
Key West.Wtr Land," published at Miami, spent Sunny Sun &-" Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD AS1IKS,

day In the city.Col. COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.
Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low
C. nale, of Titusville, was lu o :
H
t War I Such Is the main topic town part of Tuesday and all day prices.

in tbis city at present. Wednesday, leaving that night for Miami

Fighting Zephata's home guards Isl and probably Key West, lie arrived Please Correspond with us beforo being induced to buy from Doalors. Sond for rf

log augmented daily by new recruits.A on the steamer Delia. hi Pamphlet.

meeting of the former members of The steamer Biscayne, of the F E. C.

the old fire bligade has been called, to Ry., which has been undeigoing repaint IITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE
effect a reorganization. on the ways at this place for sevetal CO.
weeks past. Is about ready to be launched n
The launch Hazel, vrhlch recently arrived .
again ('apt. Sabate Is in chaige,
from New fork, has been purchased TacteooavlUo IF'loxi.a.a
by W. A Owynn for $1,800. She A very sad accident happened last ,.

|h 40 feet lung by 10 feet wide, and baa a Thuisday afternoon in the dio ningof
of eljbt knots an hour.Q. Albert Majeska. The little fellow was
peed | Allle and Molho Nicholson
Valentine
Smith of Ormond whom about 11 years of age, and had gone out Melbourne.OOODB Sue and Sopha Hopkins, May K. Martin When Customer
the.Advocate Butler has, on several,occisions to sailing with a few other boys,nil jotiniier Mattle and Carrie Brown, Alllo, Phillips, a calls for Spring Wheat Flour
than .
himself. OO'tDR
It seems that he went Roal Estate and Loans.Aient
referred in former issues, has arrived bathing in for ACtna, London anil Liverpool anilHolm and Ilattie Lyman.Roseland..
water over his head and
here to take charge of Hotel Key West not being able to swim went under., Ills ( anil Imiwiial Firs Insurance. Bpscisl he expects to
attention
thosummer months. paid to the interest* of non resi get :
According
during body was not recovered until Sunday dents.IIOTKL.
to all accounts, Mr. Smith is also a first morning at 0 o'clock, the funeral services .

class amateur actor.Miami.. being held the same day at i p. m., CAULKTON, MKLUOITKNK. FLAHoantlTully
at the Catholic church. The whole community situated on a high bluff, over* We had a light rain on Sunday.
sympathizes with the bereaved looking the Indian River. First-class accommodations
,and rates reasonable.r. Owing to the postponement of Circuit
parents. ROBKUTSON, Proprietor.WHKV Court, It. C, Moore returned from Titus

ville on Tuesday evening,
Miss Amv Mann is entertaining her

isier, Miss Mann, of St. Augustine.Thewarspitit IF YOU NEED a Good, Reliable and Riinutr YOU,Mrs.OO Tbas TO J.MELBOURNE F.Campbell ft call Co.,at Millinery the A. and D. Cain, jr., and R. Bowler returned This
Widely-read Newspaper, Subscribe for Notions, Dry Goods, Ladlea' readymudu from tbo Nariows with some GET3
runs high, and many the Advocate.LaGrange.. nnd woven Underwear,Ferris' Renowned oysters on Saturday.A. .
express a willingness to assist In organ Corsots,etc,embroidery and colored silks,
iziog a home guard. souvenir spoons,Stationery,etc.HOTFL E. Campbell and W. Ely, of Melbourne

came down on Tuesday, Mr,
George Land, homestead agent, has RrLLpVtTK, MELHOURVE, FLA.I Campbell Is lessee of the lllisch grove,
located several families
In the
recrDtly ivetv view of Indian River. In a sheltered and he is goiug to put the same Into
homestead country. situation Superior accommodations. Moderate
Very dry weather as yet; wateiingtiees rates. shapo.
The Fort Dallas Land Co., represented Is t he order of the day.Rev. W. R. CAMPBELL, Proprietor *
by John D. Kvllly, has sold a lot on Fort Pierce.Dr.
Avenue D to S. W. Douglass. E. N. Bell is expected to pi each .
lieie on Sunday next, May 1. HOTFL RIVERSIDE. MFI.HOinWE. FLA., It Is the bt-si: also the cheapest, hocause it gees
There will be a dance in the Casino overlooking Indian Rlveri homelike anoomlmida'lnna
Who will be the next of our bachelors and (rood Imanl. Kates ft no |*r C. P. Platta left for Jacksonville farthest.
this he
(Friday) evening, to given by Mr.
,
lay or$6 00 to $7 00 per week according to
and Mrs. S. Uiaham, of Hotel Miami.A to become a benedict? One by one they location of room. Hpanal ra>e. to Hirer on Tuesday, to be absent a few days. Take no other; Insist on getting 'the
genuine
are entering Into the matiimonial state, people, CHAD.T. MclUtlliE,.
cargo of ulneapples in bulk was Proprietor.LFON Owing to the numoious mosquitoes, article.
received here fiom the Kevs the first of A very quiet wedding occuired at LaGrange camp "El Selva" hus been vaouted for
the week. The fruit was crated ano on Sunday last, when Mr. U. I.Ilerndon the season, and Mrs. Dey Card and Miss For sale by loading dealers throughout the State.SEEDSField .
shipped North. led Miss Minnie Coward to the A. PEFK, M. D PHYSICIAN AJJDBUIUIKON Zora are sojourning at Ankona for anindellnl'e
altar of Hymen, only a few of their most Melbourne, Fla. t peilod.Rev. .
Jack Peacock, of Cocoanut drove, has Intimate fiienxU buing piesent. We wish
purchased Col. J. A. McDonald's home- them a long and happy wedded wife. S. F. Oovo held K kV\ces\ In the and Garden SEEDS.
sum<1. The latter also wild to J. C. Baptist church last Sunday to larg con
Ernest Blxler of Hotel Rlverview
Hills a small house and lot here preparatory gregations. At the close of tho morning
to sUning for Honduras, hut came Banyan Jacksonville, is a pleasant guest at the and evening worship, J. Atllngton Gilbert

back after going as far as Key West, Carleton. sang the beautiful solo, "Angel's Largest Seed House in the State* t
Mr. and Mrs I). P. Hogdon and Setenade," which was greatly appreciated
The latter part of last week, Robert Miss Ida Campbell is visiting Mrs. J.W. nephew, Virgil Moon, returned to their by those in attendance.
Helens, head gardener of the Rovnl bcott this week.W. Indiana home last Monday.Mr. Special vVarletlos of Corn for Florida. Seeds for Fodder crops.
The entertainment the hall
Palm, and Miss stewardess at City
Mary Keougli
<>r the steamship Miami, were, quietly if. Brown has had a few grapefruit and Mrs. II. Topper and Master last Friday was a grand success. By 8O'clock Cassava Seed, 75c. per 100, best. Send for Tils*) Lfsr.L. I

united in the holy bonds of matilmony. planted out on his place here. i lmenco butter returned home last the hall was packed almost to CAMERON, Seedsman,
They left on Satrday for New Yoi k on Tuesil iv, from a pleasant Visit to Mertilt's suffocation, and shoitly after the cut lain
their honeymoon, to be absent a month. Mike Simmons has returned from his Island.Mr. went up, preceded by the exquisite 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
visit to Orange county.R. strains of music from the orchestra. Mis,
The residents and Mrs. Thos. Mismer and Mr. Also Shell Peacan Trees 1 to Olustee stock $13 100.Fertilizers. .
on the Floilda Keys an C. Creech and J. M. Field are Uarlstone, the accomplished loader, Paper a years, per
greatly concei ned for their safety now building a wharf between their places. and Mis. H'rt-d Irwin and two danghtei*, eotlpHlng all her former efforts la the
that war is on, and a number have come left heie last Wednesday for their home rendition of choice selection's from Ihe
to Miami. It will be ve.y disastrous to The boys have been hauling in a good inChicugo. Tliclr host Of ftionds will latest, popular airs. Mile. Zora was
their interests if some protection is not many trout with hook and line of late.G. be fflad when they return again.Mrs. greeted with rounds of applause, showing

foithcomlng to enable them to ship their T. Collins has moved Into the Kate Gi lman left here last Monday bow popular this btiaotlful young .
pineapple crop, now almost ready, Magruder house for the summer. for her home In the north, much to actress has become, her part of the pro
the regret of her host of friends. She gramme being carried out to perfection.
The squally weather prevented several has spent a pleasant winter at Hotel She sang the "Cuban Captive" dressed Defore making your purchases write to
Buy lumber and other building material Banyanltes from attending church alBrantley Carleton, and hopes to return next fall. In a costume made up of the Cuban flag,
direct from the Builders' Supply last Sunday.B. against a background of palms, Cuban
Co., St. Augustine, and save the lumberyard Madame Clara D. Maclean was the and American flags; while were also
after business
D. looking
Jeinegan was The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.
man's commission.St. Interests in Courtcnay the first of guest of Mr. and Mrs. John floodo from seen the thrilling words "Cuba Llbru"

the week.A Saturday until Monday, before going to among the palms, underneath which ,
spend Hit) summer In Charleston, S. C, were oiosseu two shining machetes.
Augustine.A good shower fell last Sunday, and and Atlanta, Oa. She hopes to return Every heart responded to the pathetic For Prices and Terms. Special attention given to Pineapple, Orange Tree)
was greatly appreciated by our vegetable next fall. song, and Mile. Zora was encored again
and fruitgrowers.Georgiana.. informal and again. J. Arlington Gilbert brought and Vegetable Fertilizers at low prices.
Last Tuesday 'evening an
burglar paid the house of Mrs. Tynea
down the house with his comic songs
the
visit last week, and stole a suit and $3In dance was given 'bv young gentlemen and rioh, melodramatic voloe. Mile, '
cash. of our town, tn Educational 1111, at Zuu's "Fort Pierce Home Patrol" was Stock of Goods kept at Titusville, Fla.,
which about twenty-four spent a most
The rain that fell this week was very vnjoy.ible time, Atthur Wilson oame simply Immense, and the Scottish Highland
welcome, as it is the first in nearly four Mrs. Sarah Allen and children left hereon down from Eau Gallic to attend. fling won enthusiastic applause. so as to avoid delay In shipments.E. .
The entire affair under the efficient
was
months,
for their home in
Monday Daytona. Melbourne citizens have decided tn management of Capt. Adrian Sample, of SUDLOW, OenM. Manager, O. CABY-ELWE8
Robert Stancer has been given three Cecil Tanner started for his home In organize a military company, for the the Fort Pleioe home patrol, and ho deserves
months In j.iil by Judge Drysdale for Minnesota, Tuesday.Dr. protection of Melbourne. Forty-three much praise for courteous and Jacksonville, Fla. Special Agent, THaavlUe. w
the larceny of a watch.A members have already enrolled, and kindly services. The evenl ng closed with
G. W. Holmes was here Thursday have elected officers: Captain, W. C.lUrnes few houis.
as an Impromptu hop for a
military band Is being organized She is still
Miss
here, and Gov. Bloxham, through Capt.Sackett night ill to see but with Mapes.change for the ; 1st lieutenant, C. II. Stewart; Owing to one of the casle being sick,
quite a 2nd lieutenant 3. T. Hogg.J. the "Miss
Madoap" -
comedy was regretedly
Works.
will Florida Electro
have the offer of its ser better. Plating M
vices.So. omitted from the programme.3JF .
Mesdames Page and Luna Ilalnlin B. Seal and family left here last

far your correspondent has heard paid Dr. Daniel a visit at Cocoa, Friday.Mrs. Moisday, for Pairmount, Ind., after
nothing definite the building spending several months in the Phillips If you need any job printing, we
of two new steamers respecting for the Indian River Chambers was a passenger on cottage, on New Haven avenue. He shall be pleased to get a share of It.KoToBm Gold Silver, and Nickel Plating.

service the Courtney, for Cocoa, Saturday last, came here an invalid, with rheumatism,
next winter. Parts Revolvers Tableware Watches Jewelry rUi., repUtae? In
not able to walk, and now returns borne Bicycle ,
The work on the pavilion and bandtand Dr. Capron has purchased the Nelson much improved la health, hoping for Fifty CnU. workmanlike manner and work guaranteed. Ofticoi 61 W. Fertyth St.,
at South Beach Is about finished, orange grove one of the three lucky to very return to Melbourne next fall to enjoy Guaranteed tobaeeo habit core,makes weak JACKSONVILLE FLA.J.
,
that have escaped injury by cold men strong-, blood pure. We,it. All dru gUU.
while a new.pathway Is being laid from groves our health-giving climate. H. DOBBINS, Manager.
the pavilion to the beach. for years.M.

Hughes is busy shipping his fine The social event of the season was the
The Advocatb Is well represented InjeAnclente crop of tomatoes; they are bringing good reception on Thursday afternoon, the THE JOHNSON LAW CO.
Cltye, as a glance at the 21st Inst., from two to Ave o'clock, given ,
nail boxes in the postoffice on Saturday prices now.A. by Mrs. W. W. Harden and Mrs. P. P. CHESEBRO BROTHERS *

mornings will prove, and the "pink L. Bruner is fertilizing R.B. Bnrchflel's Powell, at the elegant residence of M r.
Paper of the East Coast" la also a decided pineapple plantation, near Ilorti."Uncle and Mrs. Harden, on the liver bluff. The Electrical & Mechanical

favorite. Hughle" has recently raised reception room, parlor and dining room WHOLESALE

The Rifles and Light Infantry will some good-sized vegetables, among them were beautifully decorated with many
In all probability bold a military picnic a radish weighing lilbs. and a 22oz.tomato. varieties of white and yellow flowers, ENGINEERS.Thfl .

at South Beach on Friday, May 6. AProgramme palms, ferns, orchids, evergreens and CJOMMISSON JPlSH JEALBItS
of will be arranged, dainty vines. Mrs. Oarden and Mrs.
to conclude with sports a dance in the evening.Rockledge. Dr. Chambers and F. W. Mnnson are Powell wrre assisted in receiving by Mrs.E. Most Complete Electrical Sapplj
still at Fort Pierce In attendance onAlford P. Branch and Mrs. Winters. Mrs.C. .
HalL who was reported worse on II. Stewart and Mrs. Fred Irwin presided House is the State. No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New York. Fla.'A
Tuesday morning. over and dispersed delicious refreshments
SPECIALTIES} Spanish Mackerel, Sheephead, Pompaao, Blueflsa,
Mesdames nail and Hlscock have been with the assistance) of the ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES :
very sick for several weeks In Jacksonville dainty Misses Maude Powell, Llllle Snappers, Klngflsb, Trout, Oreen Turtle, Bedhead and Canvas-bask Ducks.
J. n. May has gone to Miami, to remain but are said to be well on the road Robertson, Susie Carter and Annie Largest stock of wire, lamp cord, References furnished If desired.
several months.Mr. to good health again now.A. Ooode, who were dreMaed in white and switches, eut-outs. cleats, knobs, Stencils promptly supplied.
yellow, to correspond with the decorations. sockets, lamps, shades, dyoamoes
and Mrs. Fred F. of Grand 6ft.-3ln. rattlesnake
Taylor, killed a
L. Bruner those
Among present were and motors, annunciators, elecfrio
Rapids, Mich., still remain with us. In his pineapple patch last Friday.It week. Mesdames Barnes, Butter, Hawk, Fee, bells, push buttons, extebslon ft FOR SALE.... Home-Crown
last
T"he appearance of our groves has Is supposed that the fire Uoode, Bran h, Carter, Winters, Oros- push: burglar and lire alarms, Edison
*en much Improved by the late rains.Mr. drove it out of the hammock on the beck, Stewart, Irwin, Robertson. Rich La Lande, Sampson, Sal Araon- PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS'
and Banana river. mond. Sprague, Maclean, Wells, Oregor, lao and Imperial dry batteries, batteries *
Mrs. n. P. Shares have returned Feu, Whiting. Valentine, Martin, UrII, tor naphtha and gas engines;
summer to New Haven, 'Conn., tor the When In want of any kind of baildlng Ilorton, Neal, Ilaaleburst, Campbell, electric lights from water power; engineering Or the following Varieties :

months.t. material, in car load, or *"!"* * Walker, Lock wood. Good*, Baker,Hack, draughting, sad complete Ibkla Porto Rico Egyptian Qaeeo Go'dea QaeeD Ripley Qaeen
" *". Hatch has been transferred to Builders' Supply Co., at St. AugnsUae. 8nedeker, Brown, Johnson. Olbba. Hadley plans and specifications furnished. ,
" nger department of the station will be pleased to make yoa a delivered ; the Misses Mary Shilling, Gladys Cijenne Perounboeo tod Red Spanlsb.
*S West Palm Beach. station. Vou have magent' Wells, Annie Ooode, Mande Powell, THE JOHNSON LAW CO.rJacksonville. ,
price at your middleman's commission topay. Susie Carter, Ltllle Robertson, Jennie), Apply to O. C. mATTOAMS. Florida Pineapple Co..
- *$** Pr"k Locky and wife, also Eer. or and Helen Miller, Aanle Uasleburst, Via. West Palm Beaofc,
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Vegetables Editor Indian BUCKWHEAT.River AdvoeaUt Florida East Coast Ry.


TIME TABLK NO. 14, IN JCFFKCT APRIL 13
The southern farmer, as a rule, does law.

BOUND (Bead Pow). WOBTg OPND -
B fTTOUTH
crop of it in ihe early spring U one oftbe (

the yield enlarged, if properly most profitable he could raise. Land |Daily STATIONS.-

fertilized. Most fertilizers that is wet and sour, and does not respond LvTAr. Jacksonville !
dodo u St.Aurnsttne.... ...l/T
readily to general cultivation, can M Lv., St. Augustine.... .. ..ArLt 'OS*

not contain enough be put In shape for a later crop of some 11 10aITKa Ar.... Hasting Palatka..Palatka*.. T.VAr ii*

kind, by sowing It to buckwheat just asoou 10 etanrasp Lv.... ,
... Ran Mateo.., JI83pTSgD
Ar. Lv
hh all danger of front is over. And Sa Lv.... ..San MateorTBaetTPalatka. Ar
Potash. If the farmer does not want the crop ior rrwiaLvlOttp ... ...LvLt
any particular purpose, the buckwheat ..Ormond.. St
be under the blossom 110p Daytoaa p
can plowed Just as
8naa
lllp Port Or an re..,.,., >
appears, and doing so puts the soil In I06D ....New Smvrna >n
Vegetables need plenty ofpolashat the very best ooudltlon for a succeeding sreeiitp Oak Hill. osBI
...... Titusrille
crop. ,.'.... Point >p
least 10% besides Land tbat has been In sod for a few 8MS a Tj> City CoooaItackledge nin

years, or allowed to lie out uncultivated, *> io">
die phosphoric acid and nitro- as a rule In always full of outworn and 4 Sip ,.v..Melbourne EaaOallle last! *

to plant a crop, such as corn on this *tup 81p Sebastian.. 13 IAn
land, where the young plant Is very succulent *fp St. Lnoie 1121 10KI%
would be nlmply to Invite great Ap .... Fort Pleroe 10 2fm

Write for our book* which tell all about damage by the ravages of the cutworms. T f 18p P .......Jensen Eden 44*
{fertiliser!. They are free.GERMAN Hut by sowing It to buck wheat.first and f 8i pimp Smart 0 3"3Ra

KALI WORKS, then plowing that under if possible, the .....Hobe Went Jupiter Bonnd "
roots of buckwheat the soil will I Sip Me
in
M Nastes St, New York. prove OOp West Palm BeaohLinton Me
sure destruction to the cutworm. The 0p

plow very bust under way two to successive treat such crops land of buckwheat Is to SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES 11 10 10 OOp 62p Up Ar. ....Fort..Lemon Lanrterdal Miami.Olry. *,......, (
letting the first one maItne -
BIT OF HUMAN partially
NATURE.A 8MVRNA AND ORANOK
thus roHuuriing Itself, and when Finest Cuisine and Service, Nn Transfer between Jacksonville and New York. NKW CITY JUXCTIOXNoTTnoTI

plowing biimdcast about 400 pounds per The Fleet 1* computed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers No 11010a STATIONS.
tlast "
Conclusion About "
Woman That
a
acre of k.iinlt. I'lie next crop Is best t"Seminole. a o<>p EtTAr. Now Smyrna.BKTWKKN ArLt J-
> 110
Was Changed Lat r. plowed under when In Its inont succulent "Comanche" , "Algonquin, "Iroquois, "Cherokee, 8 45p 1188aISiMp Oranice Lake Helen IMty. !
Two little IHp00p
girls occupied seats togethor stage, or just as the blo sora appears North-Bound. laiOp .. .Orange Olty Junction. ]2 35pl

on an elevatod train tbe other HdtJing kalnlt same as bvfoie. Steamers are appointed to sitll according to the tide. All train* between New Smyrna and Oranne City Jnnotlon Dally ssoo'pt Siuija lop

night. Both were scantily dressed, hollow The knlnit in Its notion on the plant Inletutnlng From JACKSONVILLE, KLA., (calllnir at CburleHton), nunduys Tuendays and Thtiniilaya.
eyed and Its original elements to the From CHARLESTON, B. C, Monclaye, Wednesdays and Fridays.
hungry looking. They were soil, acts tfie double part of fertilizing For hour of sailing mb''Clyde Line" Schedule,or Jacksonville ahd' Charleston"daily papers KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
tmmistakably of that class known ai"oasbgirla" both the
crop of buckwheat made and atlite South-Bound.
The City of Key West of the Florida East Coast Steamship Oomn
steamship
employed In the downtown ny )>>
same time em Idling the land for Steamers are appointed to sail from 1'ler 2 Kant River, New York, at 3 p. m., as follows i Miami for Key West on Mond ys, Wednea lays an I Fflilays after arrival of train from jJJ!
department stores, for each addressed future crops. This treatment of the soliIs .C. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. eonvMle, maklnf oonneotiona at Key West with steamers for Harana. Leave Koy Weit 8 M
the other by a number In lien of certain destruction to all grubs and For JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,(calling at Charleston), -Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays, p.fa m. (standard time) on Tuesdays bound, Thursdays train. and ttaturdavs, arriving Miami next inurnini
time to ooaneot with north
name. worm pests that the farmer has to contend Clyde Naw England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)

Directly opposite them mt a fashion* with, even moles and salamanders (Calling at Charleston, Si. C, both ways)
ajbly dremed woman wbo being shy of coming Into a roll Impregnated STEAMERS "DKLAYVAKK," AND "GEO. W. CLYDE"olnted These Time Tables show the times at whi-'s .rains and boats may He esneoted taarrlTeaal
waa aooomffaniett with buckwheat roots and kalnlt. Cepart from the several stations and nor <, bu their arrival or departure at tha tltnM
by a well groomed male escort. are to sail as foUows I stated itseauenoee not naranteed.nor does the Company h itself responsible tor
( daisy
One peculiarity of this crop Is, that Itla From font of Hogan Street,Jacksonville, From LewU' Wharf, Boston, arielns therefrom. any or any
Upon their entrance the oonvertatlaa ofCbe not at all particular as to the kind of THURSDAY*. FRIDAYS. >For oopy of looal time card call at BM West Bay Street. JackaonTtUe, or addns*
little girla stopped abruptly and soil that It wants, growing equally well
there waa sometnlng pltlfnl in tbe ear on poor, sandy soil, or in heavy muck J.P. BXCKWITH. Trams Manager. J. D. ItAHNKR. A.O. P. A.

neatness with which both watched every lands. On tbe former class of lands It Isan Clyde's St. Johns Itiver Line.DB .

dot* of tbe woman so stunningly excellent soil renovator, when Judiciously
Two of keen used for tbat purpose, and anyone ( BART LINE)
pairs
Sowned.tired abnormally with a piece of poor, unproductive Jacksonville, Palatka,Ssnford,Knterprlse, Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River.
eyes thoroughly Investigated

soil that he does not know what to do The elegant Bldewhenl Steamer The Trunk Line.
bit Tropical
every of finery In her
from the highest apparel, with, as crops In general fail on It, bad "CITY OF JACKSON VILLE,"
plume of ber hat to better
try a crop or'two of buckwheat, CAPT. W. A. SHAW.Is .
the soft, natty shoes which incased her and plow them under, as already indicated

tbapely feet."Bay and I will guarantee his getting appointed to sail as follows tKnterprlse Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway.

76," whispered tbe smaller of his soil restored to fertility. I have Leaves Jacksonville, 8.30 p. m.duly,except Saturday
Leaves Sanford 9.00 a. m. 0.30 a. m. daily except Sunday
the two girls, leaning toward ber oom- tried It several times and have never JOSEPH H. DUBKEE, Beceiver.

(anion, "she's a real lady, she Is. You known It to fall yet.Of SOUTH BOUND. SCHEDULE. NORTH BOUND.

an tell by her make op, Ain't that a course, in raising a crop of buckwheat Read down. Read up SOUTH NORTH
fcenut of one has to utte fertilizers some Leave 3.80 ... Jacksonville... Arrive 2.00 a. as. In Effect Mar. 28, '08.
bat
a though? And look at p. o. 209 No. 2t No. 87 No.23] NO.32. \. 78. fto. 38740pm So, aw
's lint liberally to good results asntinginess 8.4.1 Palatka Leave 8.00 p. m.
get
that diamond breastpin I Whew I I'll 3.00 p. ., .. Astor 2.30 p. m. Local 1030 |> 91 u Lv...JACKSONVILLE.'...Ar 730am LocaTMiied
In this Is to end in
bet that hat cost all of""Bh sure disappoint 4.80 ...St. Francis 1.00 i>. m. Mixed llOBpIMl Orange Park 0 62am J Up m
ment. A good buckwheat fertilizer m.m.. .. Ileresfnrd 12 00 a. m. Mo Wy PeoriaMagnolia TtiHidaiThunnl'v
I" interrupted 76 in an under should ananytze 0 per oent. phosphorio 6 00 a. m.H.ao ..Mine Springs.... 11.00 a. m.oo and Frl p u1102a 6 13 a ni 8 48 p m640pm
tone. "She'll hear you. There was apell acid, 8 per cent, potash and 3 cent, Arrive a. in. Sanford ...... a. hi.JO 114Ul oka Groei X.- VSprings... 600am300am Bat
per 110 11 ova .
11 lSa .Palatxa
25 a. m. ....Enterprise... a. m.GenM BftopmBOOpm 237pm
of
( ailenoe as botb girls leaned back nitrogen. From four to eight hundred Satsuma

With their beads reHtiug against tbe pounds of this per acre, according to Pomona
Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W.Bay St., Jacksonville.Jno. 1 00 p 11 41a ....Crescent City Junction 3Ma in l2
of capability of soil to take of It is 3Bpm
top the seat. care
They were enjoying the 1 4sp 23 12 04l> Seville 8 311 am 4 4j pni407pm llfiSamlOJTam
dazzling picture before tbem recommended to be used, If one wants a sm> i'i > 3 13 1 12 4lf ...A..DeLeon Springs.... 2 40 am
good crop. .L. HoviRD, flilperlntondont. F.M.WM. InoKHOifOCB, Jr., Fla,Pass. Agt. OlenwooilBeresford
After glanoing over a section of a The southern farmer, looking forward Foot Hoirau St.Thko. 204 West Kay St. no p 344a364a 1 oi p 2 23am 3 411pm 935 m
which the JACKSONVILLE, FLA.W. 4 4 p Lv
man bad given 3 17 p m
DeLand
}
and planning for his fall or late summer 317 p 12 40p ; {ArAr. 445 1215
the pm m
mr woman folded it up and banded ductings, if he wants his soil In the very .G. Eooiw, T.M., H. Warbobtok. T. P.A., W. H, Hekderson, E. P.A.B 4 41 p I lip ...Orange City Juno. 211am140am 3 30 |i mXOOp Ulftam830am p
t back to him."Did {test condition and otherwise tl 4 p ...Enterprlxe m
mechanically BOWUNO OREEN, NEW YORK.CLYDK 3 .
20p Ar TITU8VILLB..LV
yon get tbe tlokets?" she asked."Yes will treat his land to 4 llOpiu307pm
a spring crop V, CO. Cleneral A Rents, 8 44)jT ) ..Mt. Dora...
,"was the answer in an indifferent of buckwheat, and turn them under H Bowllna;Oreen,New York. 19 cto. Uelawar* Aye.,Philadelphia.MALL'ORY Olp ...Tavares ..
tone."Let green, adding KaFnit as already mentioned 548 p 4 SO a 1 4TSp .. ., Sanford... .Lt
0 00 a 3 0UU ....Orlando... 11 67 p m916pm 147pm
me see them." and he will then have his soil in a 8 IS a 4 OOp ..Lakeland.. .. 12 02 p m
lie extracted a small envelope from condition to give the best of satisfaction 1010 a Bartow... .r 8 4Spm 7 2)1) a m
for later It takes little time 400 p .. Punta Oorda "i' 340pm737pm 12 30am
so
bis crops. XINE.
vest pocket and banded it to ber."By STEAMSHIP 940 a 6 0Spe Tampa 10 6o am
the way, be remarked, "we will to make a crop of It about eight weeks '" ..Tampa Bay Hotel..,.
for the first crop, and six weeks for tbe 1028 a .. *5p Ar Port Tampa LvLa 7oil pin230pm 10 15s mlThura.
t>ave to go tonight. I couldn't get good second that anyone can readily use Itas Mon and fiat.Tnes 9 SOp ..Port Tampa ArAr .and Sun.Wed. .
flouts for tomorrow, and rather than a soil restorer and make Florida, New York, (S Frl"ay. 3 OOp Key West LvAr 930 pm1230pm .and Hat.Wed. .
good
a
crop Wed and Sat. 6 00a
'Havana LvAr. .and Sat.
iniss it I took these." to follow it.I Philadelphia and Boston.

"Tonight?".she repeated in a tone ofTexatlon. always like to get a crop of buckwheat From Brnnswlok, (via Port Royal, B. C)to New York.PASSBNOKR Dally, t Daily except Sunday.

"Yon know well enough that If possible on the bind whioh I SBRVICB.To Trains 23 and 78 carry Pullman Sleepers between St.Louis and St. Petersburg, via Palatka.
we can't go tonight. We have another Intend using for sweet potatoes or pea make connections'with steamers leave Jacksonville on Trains 37 and 38, New York aud Florida Special,carry through Pullman Vertlbuled Bleeping and
nuts. A of It sowed In early Thursday at 4.00 p. m ,via Femandlna,close connection with Dining cars between New York and Tampa.
crop April
engagement""Which Cumberland Route steamers at Femandlna for Brunswick. Trains 1 and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and Tampi.
we can conveniently cancel will be disposed of In ample time for Supper will be served immediately on leaving Femandlna. Train 23, leaving Jacksonville dally at 9:12 a m, arrives at Hawthorne at 12:11, Galneivllla
," be interpolated."Indeed setting out sweet potatoes In June. The Passengers go at once on board Mallory steamer on arrival at 1:00, OcalaliMp. Leesburg 30, Hrooksvllle 5:40: Train leaving Jacksonville at 9:12: a. m.
same can be said of the peanut. (Both Brunswick.FROPOSEll. arrives at Oakland 8:07 p. m., Laoonnbes 6:40 p. m., Tarpon SpringsS Op.m., Clearwater 9Wp.O. : .
we will not; she retorted, of these crops are prime favorites of the m., St. Petersburg 10:00: p. m., daily ezoept Sunday,
with a determined of her w. B. COFFIN, D. ACKERLY,
stamp foot.A salamander
or pocket gopher). The SAILINGS ILv. General Superintendent. General Passenger Arent

protracted argument followed mole also troubles us, hunting for worms .New York,Pier 21E.K.,3:30p.m., (Standard Time.) Lv.Brunswick.
iwhioh was not too low for the oasbglrlsto and heaving up the soil with1 bis runways
learn the drift. ; but the buckwheat roots odor of Friday, Apr. 11 .COLORADO RIO GRANDK.. Friday, Apr,22
Friday, Apr.22 Friday, Apr. 29
-. "Yon can go to Mrs. Brown's alone," the decayed plant in combination with Friday, Apr.k9Friday. .. RIO GRANDE. ..Friday, May 8
finally exolalnied the man "and I will the Kalnlt Is too much for these little Mays ....COLORADO... ..Friday,May 13
animals Friday, May 13 ..RIO ORANOK.. ..Friday, May 20 JL. Southern
and they tbe soil thus
take your mother to the theater I Wean give *
call for yon on oar home if treated a wide berth. For general Information,Steamers, trains,rates, etc., apply to any railroad agent or toCHAS.
Insist way Anyone oan try this experiment, which DAVLES,Agent,220 W;Bay St.Jacksonville.H. .
you on going. Is at once a remedy for the pests just H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent. Brunswick,Oa.C. .
"You'll not go to the theater with mentioned and also a means iof Improving .II.MALLORY,General Agent, Pier 20, K. River,and 302 Broadway,N.Y. Railway

anybody. Yon most and will go toAirs. the condition of his soil, and I am

Brown's with me." Thus asserting very much mistaken if be will not be

herself, she deliberately tore the envelope surprised at the results.C. .

oontaining the tlokets in minute K, McQuARltitc. Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad.

fiarts and threw them on the floor. HOST EXOELLBNT 8IETI0K 0FFEBBD OUT OF FLOSIDi.

They left tbe train at the next ataionbe Two Beautiful Pictures New Florida and Northern Air Line and Florida Trunk Line.
Free.
with a disgusted look on bisfiice Time Table In Kf feet April IS, 1808. NORTH EA5Tt WEST.rHHOTJOH .

and she with head erect and a defiant
glare in her bright eyes.Boaroely Two largo, beautiful, colored'pt' <3tures

bad the rustle of* her garments for framing, free; also four copies of tbe Si"For a NORTHERN POINTS. ,il50a to e 37 TTJXJjMXU DBAwTNO BOOSI OAKS, DININO OAB8.THOKOTJQHTAKB .
famous Illustrated magazine to Date
ceaBod to be beard when 70 sagely to anyone who wants them.**, Up COACHES, VX3TXBTJL2D TKAINS.Nos. .
observed 4 OOp 8I 8 00p Lv..Jacksonville..ArLv 9 16a 9 8 61a
: "Yon're all off 87. Sheain't 23p
Each issue of Up to Date has beautiful 4 45p 8 6Ah 8 40p Yulee.. ....Ar 8 34a 8anp7Mp 8 Ilia
a real lady. It's only ber fine duds colored front and back, and from forty BW'p 9 311a 9 ISp .ArAr..Femandlna..Lv 8 00a6B0a 7 Sua was :n what makes yon think so. She's only to fifty large humorous pictures by the 6 4 7 OOp ... Brunswirk. ...LvAr. 5 Vl Thxoarh Veetlbaled Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars between Tamp* and 9 w '*
eu Imitation, and no olerk would take famous artists of America. Will keep BoSp 12 Up 12 06a .. Savannah. ....LvSavannah. 6 3)11) 4 41p via JaeksonvUla, Savannah and Columbia, without obaage.
fcor to a window if she wanted to make all the family la good humor for a whole 6 OOp 12 l p 12 I4a Lr .. ..ArAr. 5 20aSOna 4 40p
a sale." Boston Herald.Tha month. 8 p 2 0.li 2 10a Fairfax, S C.Lv 6 3i la 2 26p134p UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."
10 2 49.1Ap> 2 64a66Aa * ..Denmark, 8C 226a1247a 4 00a .
Your two pictures or any other two of OOp -p Augusta, Ga 5 Ala1155a Pullman Drawing-Room Buffet Sis' lag Cars between Jacksonville and New forn.Embraclng

six you may select, set In gold frames, ..f., 410p820p 4 4fla Columbia, S. C.
Terrapin Know Him. 112fta14Ap ** Siwrtanburir, SO" 53< Lynchburc, Charlottesville.
will be sent you free of charge If desired ip
When the late Major Moses P. Handy after ' Asheville, N. C. 2 0Ap W Baltimore and Philadelphia
seeing them. Enclose 10 cents in 9ina Charlotte, N. C. ' 10 OOp8B0p 9 26a shlngton,
lived in Washington, be waa frequently stamps or silver to pay postage and 9."Kip 10 47a Salisbury, N.C. 8 I Tn
attending dinners at Cbamberlin'a. At packing. Address Up to Date, Chicago.DYSPEPSIA. 10 44p 12 lllp Oreensbnro. N.C 7S7p 7 06a "CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED." _
I. 12 OOp 130|) * Danville, Va. 6 2llp 5 50n Solid 1 da*>Tkerougafare >
every dinner at all out of the ordinary Richmond eatlbnled train et Pnllmsn DrawlnrRoosa Sleeping Oars and First
Oliiia eanp ,Va. noon 2 0On ua -
Ceeoaes aa
it was Cbamberlin'a babit to pass i6Ha33Aa 3 l|: Lynchburg, Va. ' 4onp 340 nail, via Maooa, Atlanta running and throngh without change between JaaksaosvUle
Chattanooga-

around tbe table alive the 5 SOp Charlottesville, 2 27p 1 66a ,
terrapin tbat 6 42aSima 9 2ftpII2A Washington 11 Ilia 10 4.1a Also
fit was assumed) the guests were to eat |> ' Haiti more 9 4.'a 9 20|> Through Pullman 5leeplne Car* to
10 10a 2Nla Philadelphia 7 2 6W
later. aVilla |> th"LAND
12 4. 6 2 a ' New York 4 30|> Cincinnati, via Columbia and AshcvWo. Through
One night, as Major Handy told tbeetory 9 OOp 3 OOp Boston OOp 900a

when tbe live terrapin were nix year* I was a victim ofdya* OP THE SKY."

brought in, as usual, be noticed, as he in its worst form. 1 could eat nothing .81,33,35 and 37 make connection for Brunswick, arriving Brunswick 12:10: noon, 7:60a. :
thought, one of the terrapins ut milk touat, and at times my stomach would m.,8:00: a. m. and 7:50: p. m. respectively.SLEEPINO. M
wagging not retain and dhrest even tha*. Last March I For detailed mformatloo as to rates, schedules, sleeping ear reservations. aeplr
till bead at him. At tbe next banquet began taking CASCAKKTS and since then I CAR SERVICE.Nos. any agent of tbe sotTatM RiiLWtT or lu eonaeeUons.L. .

tha same thing happened again, and at ever have was ateadily in my Improved life." until I am as well ss I .35 and 38 Fast Mail, Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville, and the Cincinnati

the next one of tbe terrapin detached David H. Murphy. Newark, O. Sleeper Nos.via 37 and Ashevllle.38 carry through sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In connection with A. 8HTPMAN, Florida Pass. Agt., 919 West Bay Street. Jacksonville, Fls.J. .

fctaself from tbe rest and, crawling Sand 13 and 8 and 10 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. If. CULP. H. HAKDWIOI.Traffle .
W. TURK 8.
the .38 carries the Cincinnati and Florida Limited. This Is brought to Jacksonville by No. 33. A. ,
apross table to the major's plate, CANDY All baggage will be cheokedfrom' Onion Depot Tickets will suit be sold at tbe city ticketoffice. Manager, Sen. Pass. Agt.. O.'i'o..
rose on bis bind legs, and, resting his V m sny CATHARTIC 202 Hoiran Street,as well as at the Colon depot ticket office. Washington. D. O. Washington. t>.
fore legs R. W. CAMPBELL, Pas sri r Agent. J. K. MARAKILL,Ticket Agent, 202 W Bay St., cor.
against a convenient tumbler, Hogan,Jacksonville. WALTER GOLEM VN, Oen'l Traveling Aoent,Jacksonville. April ii, 180a.
tie bowed three times, solemnly; but O. M. UOLDFjr,T. P.A.,St.Augustine, Fla. A. O. MaeDONELL, Gen. Pass. Agent.Kdncata .

flDurteonaly, to the astonished and awestruck
guest Tsaoc mass usswsimss)

Upon investigation it was discovered Toar Dowels TTIth Cnsearets. ty W would esteem tbe favor If our i' tIZiTil,Ar??whetner yea eratlnas tkettom The Advocate Is still glrin* **/'

{bat the terrapin bad seen tbe major so Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.10ol8o. .leaders, when writing or calling upon free tobacco seed of the finest iron*
,
If C.C.C.tail,druggists refund money. our advertisers to purchase merchandise Instructions to-
frequently with
at Cbamberlin'a festal board Call and get some,
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Oood. Do etc., would mention the Advocate. lost .- "
that be reoognized him as an old friend OooO, Mover SloAeu. Weaken,or Orlpe. Wo, I6 md politely addressed him as suoh. Mr. ... CURB CONSTIPATION. ... Remember that tho Lxdian Rivsn Uk aad altta,
Cbamberlin is said to have H rttae C >.Ckkjw Salmi,In(art. MlN0T0BAC Advocate does all kinds of job printing pookatSoot.. '' acKro-aiAc troi idr *
attention
resented this at short notice. Send them an order (Remember, the Advocate, TitusTtUe .war in arariut.wseveeok HTSubscriber, your
dory as a reflection on the freshness of SC..isy- br "'1* and be convinced that lt Is the place to does all kinds of job printing. Give f r ma.Taa It wttaM 'to the name-and-date liPP't

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, APRIL 29, 1893.JACKSONVILLE. .


.
kOClKTIKM, KTC.
THE COMING ECLIPSE.
...NEW YORK...

Placido Opened &- Heat January*. Solar KpMtwil. * Or*** INDIAN R1VKR GUARDS. illfjf

Hotel Internet to the Astronomers.On Drill at til* Armory, over county jail, every
Jannirj, 1894in the aad of next' January there" fuemlay e>enjniliv| th* iminihyatBti'ekM'li.C ..
*
: R. TKWAKrrCM't io.Y.
the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between will be a total eclipse of the sun, to

block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Klegnntly furnished throughout, which aHtrouoniers are looking forward P. ft.CE.
Mt superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all train*. Terms #...50 per davand with great interest.
the week. Most* ev.ry Sunday vonlntf t 30 o'clock,
Special rates by JOUN S. BOWEX, Proprietor The moon's shadow will first touch at tb lra.l>yt rlan Church.

the earth about 800 miles southeast
from Lake Tchad, In oeutral Africa. In INDEPENDENT ORDER OOOD TEMPLARS.Titu.vtll. 1

upTravelers' the early morning it will pass over Lndir* No. IT tnorts every TuemL.vveniotc
Hotel. 7M: tu rtvabyterlKU church. lubltomeettnic
Uondokoro, and after crossing the continent Unit Tii mt y Ino ih month.C. .
. aud the Indian ocean will reach A. GARDNER, G. W. HCOHIK,
the webtern coast of India near noon, kWt. C.T.
This hotel Is now under new management, and has been thoroughly renovated about 150 miles south of Bombay.

Jiroughout. Thence it travels northeast, crossing the Free and
Bus meets all Trains, and Electrio Cars pass door. Bath rooms and al Himalayas near Mount Everest > and

Conveniences on every floor.OPEN ALL TIIE TEAR. of leaves Peking the earth about 400 miles north Accepted jfe Masons Mm


Bates: American Plan, #2.00; European, 50o to $1. Special by the week Most of the track la practically inaccessible

FELIX GARCIA, Prop. to astronomer*, but' in India,
especially near the coast, it is otherwise IndianysLr SRtP1Tttusvllle
and a good many stations will beoccupied. River ''imMLodgo Fla.No..

Cor. Bay& Bridge Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Where the shadow strikes the 00

The Elliot Under new management. Each department coast it Is nearly 60 miles wide, narrowiug -
furnished absolutely new with all to 40 in northern Bengal, the Holds it*ranotlne*the iiwonil and fourth Frl-
lay of each month, at lnilUn River hotel,
provements. ,. duration of the totality ranging from 2
hi Tliii.vllle,at 7:S0 m.A..A.Htewart, W. M.j
Within three blocks of the Union depot, Clyde S. S. Co., andn9wPoSC8' A i ielootrio minutes and 10 seconds to 1 minute and J. Menilcl,Sfc'y. p.
cars pass the door. Free Bus. the
40 seconds. On the coast also
IUtes: European, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 per day, Amorlcan. from *2'0.up weather conditions are usually very favorable ciiimciiKs.ElISCOl'AL .

per day. tu January, so that the astronomers '
M. O. FINLEY 38 58Sr.obHa.
have good reason to expect a better .
CHURCH.Service. 3 a
Jacksonville, Fla.ST. fate than that which overtook most of
2n the observers in lb90.Mr month,at II a. in.anil T 2)0 p. m, Pitmlay achuiil
Shackleton. however, it will bereniem very Sunday atBilto a. in. KvenliiK l>ra>er atSp.
AUGUSTINE. ni. on We.lnuHilny.. Litany aervlue ..veryrrlcUy
tiered, was fortunate that year, at ID a. in.
and in Mova Zeuubla secured a wonderfully Archdeacon U. F. Known, Hector.lMlESHMERlAN HOMESEEKERS

bt-autifnl photograph of the so

The Ocean View Hotel ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. called "Uiuh spectrum" of the solar atmosphere CHURCH.Rervlce. .
at the critical instant when ..very Runliath at It a. m.aml T-10n.ni.
Sunday M'hool at ::4f> a. in., Chan, dandier, Who Home in tho
Under new and liberal management. Handsome and home-like: located on.. the moon had just covered the disk of Sunt. Prajer imretlttir on Weilnenituy evening arc Seeking-
block south of Plaza; within seventy-ttve feet of the old sea wall and fronts on 11 the sun, and next January an earnest tTtn.: The luilillo are cordially Invited to attend
beautiful Matanzaa Bay, with an unobstructed view of the Atlantic bo made outdo him. ourncrvlce*.
Ocean Ana* attempt will to ltev. PAUL 1IK1L10MAN, Pa tor.
South should send to tho
tasia Island and Old Spanish Fort. Rates, $2 to $2.50 per dav. Special bvthweek. Two of the English parties and the undersigned

Open all the year. F. C. IIAYDEN, Manager. party sent from the Lick observatory by BAPTIST CHURCH. '! ''>,Ar

the liberality of the late Mr Crocker of the
will take out apparatus more powerful Preaching every WHiond ami fourth Hominy., for a copy '4 #1
TITUSVILLE.tetudx.ajn' mornliifr and evening. Prayer Meeting, every
and presumably more effective than Wetlneedai evening at TH> o'clock. Hunduy
that used by Mr. Shuckloton. The Inter-1 School every Hunday at 0:4ft a, in. Alim |ire.cli- m.i
lot Br.t Sunday at LutlraiiKe. All are oonlliil.y
ezttv iez hotel est of the "fluxh spectrum" lies in its Invited to attend. Florida East Coast Homeseeker.We .
decisive indications as to the constitution E. X. ItKLI., Puntor.MKTHOIHHT .i H

of the solar atmosphere aud the I'' .' '

m wm&m* TITUSVILLE validity of different theories now held CHURCH.Reeulur i' it

respecting it. aervlce.every first, thin! and fourth have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for
utility, at 11 a. in. and Tnu: ]>. in. Hunday '
Indian River.Fla. Other parties will devote themselves School every Hundny at 10:00: a. in. Euwortii Winter and Summer Homes. Climate tho healtbloHt in tl> United Stated.
chiefly to the study of the corona, the L arue| eat'li Buniluy at 3:M p. m. Prayer meeting !
lovely and still mysterious halo of luminous every Tlmr.dity night at T: 0 o'ctiwk. TheLadles' Apply to
Aid Hoclety iui< t. every Wednemlnvat
streamers which, surrounds the S: JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner
,
J. G. BAST, eclipsed sun.Mr .
of A. W. J, BERT, Poator. FLORIDA EAST R'Y
Manager. Burckhalter Ban Francisco, COAST ,
with a second California party subsidized
by Mr. Pearson, will employ a CATHOLIC CHURCH.Rervlcea ST. AUGUSTINE, FL.A.
Open All The Year. peculiar apparatus of his own invention at 10 a. in. every Riindny, In new .'$?#'31' \
Church building, North Tltimvllle. Children',
uselessly carried to Norway in oatechl.in at S p.
181)6) which promises to secure photographs m.Hbv..J.P, O'llovi.s,Rector, BRITISH SMUGGLERS.CavM STATE DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE
Only a few minutes' of the whole phenomenon much COMMITTEE.Hon.
walk from Railway stations than hitherto obtained .
more satisfactory
any the Wherein Their
and MUNICIPAL. A lona; Cwut
Steamboat land giving in a single picture both Contraband Good. Were Stored.A .

,tngs. the brighter and the faiuter portions of TOWN COUNCIL.Thos. very curious feature of the coasts \V, A. Rnwls, of Tallaliusson, I. ffl'L''

On the Indian banks River.of thfarfamed > the corona with equal perfection. W. Lund, mayor[ R. H. Rinlth, mnrnlial( of England, where rocky or wild, is the chairman of the State Democratic Executive
Other instruments will be devoted to D. II.Prltchard, tax collevtori B. O.Vanlandlnghnm.clerk the Commit too, has Issuod the following
from
aud banked
the of the la and a.He.mir; Minor 8. Jone., Jno.It trenched up paths
study corona spectrum, Walker, E. L. Ilra.ly, .1. M. IHson, W. H. o.ves along the coast. These are noticeable call for n meeting of "nril committee
hopes that it may lead to the identification Knox,couiii'llinen. Tho ominoil ineeta aeoond
EAU GALLIE. directed to the monibora of the-
of "coronium," the unknown and fourth Mondaya In each month. in Devon and Cornwall and along ,
the Drlstol chauunl. That terrible seafront committee:
gas, far lighter presumably than even
EAU GALLIE Brevard Co. FLA. HOARD OP TRADE.Bfeet. wall of "A mooting of the Demooratto 8tutExuoutlvo
The Hotel Granada hydrogen and helium, the characteristic consists of precipitous *
constituents of the chromosphere and evi'ry Wednesday night at S:00: o'clock, rock, with only here and there a dip, Committee of thoStiite of Kla.
,
102 miles south of ,
Jacksonville; 15 roiloanotith in room over poatonioe. Juilue M. A. Jono.,
of Rockledge, on the Indian River and F. E. C. R'y. Near Eau Gallle river, prominences. president; Wm. M. Hrown, ireuHiireri J, (1.llaat wherea brawling stream has sawed its will bo held In the olty of Jushsonvilltton
opposite mouth of Banana river. Unexcelled boating, Ashing and hunting. In the meantime most American astronomers ,ancrtitary. course down to the sea, aud here there May II, 18IIH, for the purpose *f preparing

Matchless climate; no,malaria. In the famous Indian River orange and pineapple while cordially wishing success is, perhaps, a sandy shore of dlmiuullve to Issue a call for State convention

district. Launch for use of guests. First-class home-like hotel. Katos, $2.50 to to the observers of the 1898 eclipse, countv.erriciita.. proportions, and the rooks around and fixing tho time and sluno of
13.00 per day. Special rates by month or season. Open all the year.W. are waiting more or less patiently for are pierced in all directions with caverns.
II. II. Gleason, Real EBtate. GEO. O. GLEASON, Manager. their own special opportunity, in the HCIIOOL BOARD.J. The smugglers formerly ran tbelr holding such convention, and for Irnnaaetlng -

eclipse of May 87, 1900. The moon's .Bnnwilrn. Tltimvllle) A. L. Hatch, City goods into these oaves, when the weather such othor business u* may bo
shadow will then again traverse our Point; !> E. Miller, Malabar. permitted, or the preventive men wero brought to> the attention of th"* com fr. #
WEST PALM BEACH.
southern states, passing into the ocean tot on the lookout. They stowed away mittee.

from the coasts of Virginia and North COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.W. their goods In the caves and gave notice ''It Is earnestly requested that every

Carolina. Youth's Companion. If. Rharne, Biarm! chairman) Joaeph to the farmers and gentry of the neighborhood member of thf> committee be present at
Seminole Hotel Mendel,''LuUranga: J. It, Walker, litu.vlllatIno. all of whom were provided this moctlng. The matters to be Included
"IV Three Queer Tennoeaoa Farmers."There Hou.ton, Eau Galilei J.N. Waller, Ankona. which
Regular aei.lou*are hehl first Monday In'eachmoatb. with numerous doukeys, were In tho call for the holding ef thin
'
is in Tenhesse a family of henceforth sent down to the oaohea, and
OPEN ALL TIIE YEAR. three sisters which presents some of the the kegs and bale* were removed under State convention are of great Importance

most startling peculiarities imaginable COUNTY OFFICIALS. eover of the night or of stdrm. 'As anezouse to the party at this time, and yon are
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, m said Mr. J. J. of thai of urged to be present at llm meeting of
Kennedy Minor H.Jonea, Tltuavllle, county JiiiIk*) D.L. for keeping drove* doukeysIt ,
This hotel is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to tate. "The three sisters live together Ganldeii. Tltuavllle, proaecutlnif attorney) was pretended that the sea sand aud the committee."

the railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel, on a farm, thoir sole means of subsist, A.F. A.StewartTituaville Wooten, Cocoa, tax ,ameanor clerk eiroultcourt) K. W, Hall) .1., the kelp served aaadmirable dressing

with Ashing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00 per' day and ence, and work early and late to earn alivelihood. Rharpea,tai collector( John Henry, Tltuavllle, for the land, and no doubt so tbey did. To Core Coa.tloatlea Forever.TakeCaaoarels .
upwards; special rates by the week or month.t Two of them work la the treasurer nubllo) J.In.truotlon II. Maine, Conrtenay) J. tl. rrlea, auperliiteadent ,Tltuavllle-, The trains of asses sometimes came up Candv Catbartla lOv or He.
GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor. does the and P.brown Tltuavllle eherlfl. Infrequently II C O.C. fall to sure, field; the third cooking county aurreyur;J. laden with sacks of sand, but not

other housework."There with keg* of brandy.
is but one period of the year Now a wary preventive man might FLORIDA HORTICULTURAL
MIAMI.Graham's when any member of the trio ha* anything ANTIQUITY OF VEGETABLES.A watch too narrowly the proceedings of SOCIETY.

to say to any other member.. All these train* of asses. Accordingly
150 rooms. 800 feet of broad piazzas. during the winter, spring and summer book written on "The Radish" before squires, yeomen and farmer* alike set
The most complete office In South Florida. they go about their business with, the the Christian era. The ancient to work to cut deep way* in the face of The annual meeting for 1808 will bo

Hotel Large, light and airy dining-room. seal of silence on their 11 pa When fall Greeks n ed to offer turnips, beets and the downs, along the slope* of the hills, held In Orlando, May 3, 4, 0 and 6, .anil

TABLE UNSURPASSED. comes and the crop la harvested they tbelr obligation* to A polo. and bank, them np so that the whole It promises to be one of the largest ami
radishes
Rates, $2.50 per day and upward. break the silence and then only to quarrel in caravans of laden beasts might'travelup most Interesting In tbe history of, tho
MIAMI, FLA. 8. GRAIIAM, Proprietor.EI over the division of the proceeds. The first they offered In dl.hos of lead; and down absolutely unseen from Society.

When each has succeeded in getting all the second In silver, but the third was the sea and greatly screened from the The Society I* one of tbe largest anil

that she thinks possible, silence"reigns offered In "vessels of beaten gold." land side. Undoubtedly the sunken most Inlluentlal'bodies of the kind Intbe

C03 T03LiX. again until the next harvest time. .The Parsnips we find mentioned by Fllnyas ways and high bank* are a great protection and It
country meetings are occasions
sisters, as you may judge, have made a being brought to Rome from the bank* against the weather. Ho they were )

MIAMI FLORIDA. name for, themselves. .Tbey are;known of the Rhine, at the command of the represented to be, and no doubt greatly of exceptional Interest, to'qreryone
far and near as the 'deaf and'dunib triplets Tiberius for use on his table.TJertsJIus were tbe, good folks'commended for Interested In horticulture in Florida.
Emperor ,
such title is scarcely their consideration for th* beast* and The usual very low transportation rat*
Perfectly new hotel with all modern improvements. Located on park, on* although a writes that In his time (150D.
block from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid view of Biscayne Bay. Rate* appropriate. Washington Post their drivers in thus at great cost shutting of one cent per lmlle,l/aetnall travel, I*
*i per day and upward.: Special rates by week or month. C.) there was on the, great' pyramid them off from the violence ofth, expected from the"associated railroad*

Yard! m4 HIs Work. an inscription telling of the 16,000 talents gale. Nevertheless It can |hardly, be of the State of Florida! Iteduted hotel

Verdi Is spending his time and much which .had, been, expended for doubted that concealment from, the aye* rate* and other arrangement* fer the ".

SOUTHERNERS Aa Kf For Cole*. of his money.in building an asylum for onions, leeks and garlic, with which to of the coast guard waoaght by this comfort and pleasure'bllhe mensOers I*
.... superannuated musician* id MUan4The feed the builders of the pyramid. One mean* quite a* much"If not more,'than
; building is .advancing :rapidly toward may also find the Israelites complaining the sheltering the beast*of tmrden from being looked, after: bya very, aOloleut

VISITING NEW YORK CITY will completion and will be hniahedln a few well the weather. Booth African Review. local committee.No .
'' of the loss of these vegetables, a* aa
months. Camillo Bolto/"brother ofVerdi's one who desire* to post himself on
find good accommodations at reasonable their ''cucumbers and melons" when In '
r
prices, at 74 Clinton Place., friend and collaborator, ArrtgoBoito the wilderness. FIGS AND THISTLE8.No the latest phase* of fruit growlaig' and < in

One door from Fl/th Avenue, and close has charge of the construction of gardening, to meet hi* eo-labor r* In the

to Washington square, Very, central.Keter the asylum, which will, coat 600.000 right thing 1* impossible. horticultural Held,, or to Join kindred
to editor of ths paper. franca, in addition to Which Verdi will How Traav.It The pig would rather have swill than spirits In a royal good time, should mis*
bequt-ath it f otfd* ,yielding, an annual <
,
Income of 70,000 franc* It will accommodate Is surprisingly strange how easily rosea. the approaching meeting.In .
and will contain A cat'* heaven would have to be full addition to the regular programme,
100 people a our business men can be duped by outside
The MORROW HOUSE.... concert hall and a chapel, twsidea ample advertising schemes. They will of mice. arrangements are being made (by tho

living accommodation*. In spite of hi* give an advertisement to every traveling Marrying for money la an expensive request of members) to have papers presented
CRESCENT CITY, FLA. Verdi week from In Florida In
84 years goes every fakir who comes along, and when asked Investment on tobacco-growing
Centrally located{ convenient to the Sant' Agata to Milan to inspect the advertisement In The man who ha* hobby will never Its various phases. As this Is subject
a
postofliee and steamboat landings. Special progress ot the work.Bleep. to place an newapaper lack for exercise. of paramount Importance at the present
be the best advertising
attention given to'commerclal travel.Unly acknowledged to
world takes off 1U hat to the man time all those experimenting In tobacco
The ,
first-class hotel in the city open all NatarVe Mxtlcla*. medium by the moat successful
Jheyear. Rates, 92 per day; special by Menander said that all disease* were merchants they say that advertising going np the ladder growing should be present.To .
the week. HECTOR.BeMtr lack in be ha* to all members old aud whoso
IDA M. broad statement, in tbelr What the fox legs, new,
curable by sleep. a dor* not pay. They prefer to give
which, nevertheless, there may be to some one they know nothing make up in cunning.A membership fee for 1808 Is received In

something that is true, for good sleepers about money and who will spend It elsewere, large head may be a* empty aa a time, credentials will be Issued, miking U UF
Deep..Clean ,
. Bloojl are ever, a* 1 think, the most curable themselves last year'* bird's nest. available tbe tow rates of, transportation
No beoefit by
blood means a clean skin. when they might
beauty without it. Cascarets,Candy Cathari patients, and I would always rather It the'' newspaper* of Why be troubled about the trouble and other coprtesles extended lu.connection >
i ? *** rour bu><>* and keP clean, by hear a sick person had slept than bad spending among that may never happen* with the meeting. The I only %
? .'"" HP ** ** Uw "d driving all imKr Mose Yallerly (looking at the rary taken regularly the prescribed nuwiicine their town, where it Is paid oat In The devil roar* with laughter whenproftesed requisite of membership U a'fee f $1.01)
'? om the body. Kegm to-day to the kaleidoK peLordy.. daring sleeping hours. Btr benjamin wage* and I* diffused among the, local ,
colors of Christian each other'*
fly a
boia blotches blackheads. tog which should be sent to If.C ttaf tings,
thDmpe"' > dat wooWmaketNew
and shirt front Blchardaonv merchants. Some people never will :
Whet a
bilious I Ram's Uorn.
J "Q* complexion by Lordy ibroau. Interlachaa, Florida V"r.
secretary, *
*
Journal.
e."r Vrbeauty for ten cents. All drug York learn wisdom. .
satisfaction .1f1W! .
guaranteed. Kte,25 90c. y













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8 INDIAN BIVER ADVOCATE, APRIL 39, $



THE WAR'S PROGRESS. his challenge to Captain SIgsbee to fight Eau Gallie.
a duel, and says If lie does not hear from
him by the 281 h inst. would brand him Successor to Lovett& Carroll.)
(
Key West, April 22 The United States as a coward; In the lattor event, he will Sheriff Brown was in town one evening
criilsor Nashville has captured tho Span- challenge Consul General Lee. The affair last week.Mr. GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All
fall steamer Buenaventura, for Rotter- Is all owing to what some of the Kinds.
and Mrs. Claude Olmstead, of Ankona -
She was on l lr way from the coast ofTexas. the Maine, and Commander SIgsbee are visiting relatives in town this Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited,

The Nashville towed her prize says : "It Is false U> state that I testified week.Rev.. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.B
Into the harbor at 11 o'clock this morn before the committee that Spanish Mr. Outland held service here .
ing. The news of the capture of the officials connived to blow up the Maine. last Friday evening, to the Methodist
t2T" Heading* notice ads. on thU page Spaniard set the people of Key West What I said wa that the Maine was congiegation.It .
'We live cents per Hoe per week.ITuncy framlo with enthusiasm. All work was blown up by an external explosion, and XjIBIESaAe
suspended and the docks were soon I would have been a fool not to have Is said that D. S. Bryan, who has -
crowded.The' said seen service in two wars, has offered his &
so. Garden SeedFertilizers Staple Fancy
lMneapplo Slips Jb Suck United States Government has established Washington, April 20. Secretary Long services to the government. Groceries, Grain. Hay, Groceries, Fnlt

era for Sale.Abbalcas censorship of telegrams, forbidding denies the report that Morro Castle has Bern To Mr. and Mrs. Early H. Burton And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,OrouM
the transmission of eode messages fired on the fleet and It replied.. of Shoal Creek, Ga., a line baby Food and Wheat. W are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively ,:
Egyptian Queen, Golden to or from Havana. This begins Many British colonies have notified boy. The happy parents have our con' the above lino of goods. We Jnvite your correspondence and solicit your patronac?

iftueen, Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and at once. the United .stales of their neutrality. gratulations. Very truly, E. L. BRADY BRO., Titusvllle j
Jlod Spanish. Apply toMADDOCK The North Atlantic squadron, except* The president, by proclamation, has
Jfc MATTnAMS, Ing the Monitors Terror and Puritan and allowed Spanish vessels In United States The Ashing record was broken last
"Palm Beach Pinery," the smaller cruisers, sailed from Kev waters till May 21st, inclusive, for loading Friday, Miss Koehlerand Mr. McAllister
Went Palm Reach, Fin.iFancjr West at ft:45 o'clock this morning headed and departing, and Spanish ships taking 163-lbs. of trout ia two hours, at & Motlora (
for the Florida Straits. Besides the two met at sea shall Tbe permitted to continue the month of Banana river. Lesley < ,

monitors, the ships left behind are the their voyage If loaded before that Lon St. Clair and his sister, Mrs.Chaa. *
Pineapple PlantH.Tlardy cruisers Detroit and Marblehead, gunboat time in the United States. Spanish vessels Waller, left for New York last (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER CO.)
Helena, dlspatchboat Dolphin, and bound for the United" States, which Monday Mrs. Welter being well pleased
vigorous, grown without shel4&r cable nipa.li boat Mangrove. The Daunt, sailed prior to April 31st are exempt Brandies Runs
ruooth-loavod AbbakaCnd with ber winter's visit to her former Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Gins and Wiht'a'
Cayenne, less, dlspatchboat of the Associated from capture and allowed to discbarge
.
Jamaica Ripley plants for Hale.B. Press, left here with the fleet. their cargo. home.nenry Bottled Beers, Ales and Stont.A .
0. Ttsdaix, Washington, April 22. The Washington The army organization bill became a Olmstead took a day off Monday
Waveland, Fla. Post.says that the President tomorrow law to-day, and the army department and visited Titusvllle, where he expected First-class Line of Cigars. Billiard and Pool Tables.

will send a message to Congress officers have begun to devise the best to be a witness before the grand and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given
suggesting that a declaration of war bepassed. means of carrying out the provisions of jury. Uncle Henry don't go away from Family order. LOSLEY A MOTLOW te
Bare Cliance. orders. Cash must accompany your TltusvlIW.KiIJ
The message was in course of the bill, which will result in an increase home very often.
preparation at the State Department of the regular army to more than 00,1 On
For sale, on Ridgewood avenue, Dayona this afternoon. This action was hastened Engineer Tompkins, of the steamer
( a very nice residence and Improved by the seizure of the Spanish merchnntmnti men.London.. Aptll 20. The dismissal of Courtenay, has been on fhe sick list for
lot, in a desirable location. House Is off the Florida coast and the several days, but is now well enough to
the United States squadron from Hong
now rented, and pays ten per cent net desire to complication. resume his duties. Engineer Ural nerd -]" Will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of
prevent any possible Kong, and the apparent severity of the
This Is well worth your attention. The light of the seizure of the Itiltlsh government in regard to the filled his place during his illness.

Address, Caio F.Advocatk L. A,, office. Buenaventura, however, Is not questioned United states torpedo bout. Somers, Election for town offieers for the ensuing CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER i
by tlie Government, since Spain herself which Is held at Falmouth, the Associated was held last Fiiday. Little Interest
accepted pur ultimatum as a declaration Preits hears, were Incidents prearranged wan manifested, and no opposition DRESSED AND ROUGH.
Guarantee 12 per cent Intercut. of war. by the American and British was made to the ticket nominated In Also Mouldings and Turned Work, Biick, Lime, Cement, Crates of all dVacilpilomTr

Berlin, April 2.I.Germany, Austria, diplomats, their real object being to caucus, except that J. E. M. Hodgson t-VL&7 Ll.l.o Florida.
Eleven acres land, fronts on Indian France snd Italy will send a joint note force the Spanish government to older declined to allow his name to be used, ,
and Banana Klver; small cottage, 2 artesian to the United States and Spain enjoining the Spanish fleet to leave the Cape Verde and D. S. Bryan was substituted. Officers
wells, 100 nice orange trees, 11,000ineapple caution In dealing with neutral shipping. Islands and prevent other nations at a elected were: Mayor, John Houston;
plants, shipped over 20.)crates Key West, April, 23, 4:20: p. m. The critical moment from offering simllaihospitality. aldermen, D. S. Bryan, Chas. L. Taylor; James Pbitchabs, President; W. M. Brown, Vice-President:
.fit season; guavas, mangoes, Japan persimmons torpedo boat Erlcssjn arrived this afternoon assessor and treasurer, G. F. Paddison; C S. Schuyler, Cashier.
and other fruits on place. Price from the fleet. She left Havana at An extraordinary Issue of the London clerk, J. A. Gilbert; marshal and collector
gl,500. Address B, Advocate olllce.TlluavilleFla.. 10 o'clock. There had been no bombardment. Gazette, Issued this afternoon, contains D. R. Snell.
A peaoeful blockade has the customary royal proclamation of INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
been established. neutrality defining the attitude of the
The Dauntless reports that the fleet British officials and British subjects Yacht for Charter. ,
..I BDT OR SELL... has been divided. The Nashville and the during the war between the United (Incorporator! under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
Machias or Castlne sailed west at 10o'clock Statos and Spain. The Instructions of The sloop Golden Rule may be
Confederate Money Bonds & yesterday morning, while the the Foreign Office to the Colontal and chartered by the hour, day or week, on Authorized capital, $100,000

Amphlthrlte, Cincinnati, Machias orCastine War Departments, regarding the neutrality reasonable terras. Apply toCapt. Paid up capital. $25,000
POSTAGE STAMPS. sailed east later. The rest of of ports, is dated April 23, and gives Geo. Cook,* Average deposits, $150,000
the fleet, at830 In the afternoon, was the belligerents twenty-four hours toleave. Titusvllle, Fla.
stock in the world. Address
Largest blockading Havana, which Is distant ten This accounts for the departure
CIIAS. D. BARKER, AtlanU, Oa. miles to the south. of the United States squadron from Hong Transacts a General Banking

The Presidont to-day Issued a proclamation Kong, and the orders given to the Spanish
calling for 125,000 volunteer torpedo boat Audaz to leave Queenstown. ROBBINS & GRAHAM 'Business.

JOSEPH ZAPF.... troops to serve two years. .
The Mangrove Just left here headed Great Britain has taken a decided Largest and Oldest Bank on tbe HnrKxchango
WIIOMISALK DKALKHAnhenserBasch southeast equipped as a eabla ship. ItIs stand in the principles of neutrality, soit
Ass'nFamous said that she has gone to destroy the was with great Interest that news was sold on all Foreign Countnw,
Brewing submarine cable south of Cuba. received here of tho terms of the neutrality
WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND
Havana, April 23.When the news of proclamation Issued in London. DIRECTORS!
St. Louis Lagor Beer. the capture of the Spanish steamer Key West, April 27. The New York, UNITED STATES COURTS. Jas.Pritchabo.'W.B.BARScrrfPnildntof
Sold by Losley A Motlow, Tltusvlllo."Manufacturer Buenaventura by the United States Puritan and Cincinnati bombarded the the National Bsnkot Jackaonvllla),J.l,
ot Soda and Mineral ci uiser Nashville, twenty miles otf Key forts at Matanzas this afternoon, and Dvhk.sk (Vice-President M.National Bbowji.Banks'
Jacksonville and W.
Waters. Wholesale Liquor Dealer.ANFORD West, reached here, Admiral Mantelro, some damage was done to them. The ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished )
the Spanish naval commander, wished topi object was to prevent the completion ofoarlhworks. CORRESPONDENTS.Seaboard .
FLOKIDA. the of the Amerloan Several shots fired at National Bank of New York n<
event sailing ship were for Lands in Brevard and Dade National Bank of Jacksor ville. Mxn.
Saratoga, but Captain General Blanco our war-sbips, but tbey all fell short.Matanzas .
Must be Hold.Eightyeight was opposed to this step and she was is said to have been much Counties. .-.nj is \ xj i jl:, jb-x-.A..
allowed to sail. damaged and probably some people were
London, April 24. It is announced that killed.
acres line pineapple land, the Pliuoeof Wales held a council yesterday The U. 8. monitor. Terror, captured We have a large List
lth six and a half acres grubbed, ready at Marlborough House on behalf a Spanish coasting steamer -Am brosio Jacksonville Steam Works
for setting out pineapples. About 20 of the Queen for the purpose of approvIng Bolivar off Cadenas, last night. She of Lands owned by Dye 4MAINHARD
res fenced, story and n half house, the draft of the neutrality proclamation. had $(i0KX) in Spanish silver on board,
with porches, deep navigable oreek runjnlntf It is supposed that the proclamation in addition to a cargo of bananas. BROS. .
through place, emptying into Indian will lie strlotly In the line of precedents ourselves and clients. Proprietors.TXX

Itlver; some good vegetable land. calling attention to the British
Warlike Cubans. HsO/xca.lxis JDyG 3E3Cota.se.Thirtyfive .
All good, high land, situated at Fort foreign enlistment act, etc, and warning Price for unimproved

Pierce, closo to river and F. IS. C. K'y, British subjects against blockade breaking years' experience in Cleaning and Dyeing. Ladies and Gents' clothing
and county road running along the or aiding the belligerents In any way. The Jacksonville Metropolis says: lands $3 to $100
jphole length of place. No reasonable Key West, April 24, 3:20: p. m. According The Cuban men In the city do not exMbit cleaned, dyed, repaired and pressed. All work guaranteed.
Offer refused, and will accept part cash, to newspaper dispatch boats much of a desire to volunteer their per acre.WE .
13 Newnan St East FLA.
services In the national guard. Quite a Side. JACKSONVILLE,
balance on time. Must be sold at on.ee. which have just readied this port from
Clear title. Address P. O. bos 203, the United States fleet, the port of Havana number of them have been asked at the
West Palm Beach, Fla., Is blockaded, but otherwise the Internal revenue ofllco if they Intended have a few Residence, Orange

Or A. J. Lewis, Fort Pierce, Fla.Ositrnor situation Is unchanged. Contrary to reports fighting for Cuba, and the majority reply Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable ESTABLISHED 18TB.Wm. .
previously lecelved, these boats in tho negative. Dr. Romero reports
Blesham'i say that not a shot has yet been fired by that twenty-five have volunteered their locations. Prices Reasonable.
Appointment. A.
either side.Kingston. services. BOURS & CO-..

Jamaica, April 24. The
Governor Bloxham lias made the following United Slates Consul at Baracou, Cuba, On an Inspection Trip. Offices : I TITUSVILLE GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS,
civil appointments: Kdwln F, Alfred Trlay, bis wife and two children, and MIAMI. ,

Corey, of New York City, to be comjnilssfoner two Spanish merchants and twenty-two Government Inspectois of bulls and 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
of- deeds for Florida in the
-state of New York.As Cubans and Spanish-Amerloana, mostly boilers, Captains Vogel and Spencer, handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Bar,
arilved women and children from Guantanaruo, passed through Tltusvlllo, Saturday last, East Coast Meat Market Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat. Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright and
the
EI after
on Rio to-day, a two-
en route to Jacksonville, from an Inspeotlou dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co. t
It Should Be. hours quarantine. Mr. and Mrr. Trlay along the East Coast. At Eau
Star Brand Fertl Izera Grotwt.
Ouaranteed Analysis.Orange tree and Vegetable fertilizer,Pure
formerly resided In Titusvllle. Gallie they examined the steamer Courtney F. DUREN, Agent Bone, Nitrate Soda. Muriate of Potasb, Bulphate Potiub, Kalnlt, eta. These fertUlrem ha a
The United States and British flags Washington, April 25. War has been also the yaohts Leo and J. I. C.; at superior In tbe market,and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue free.Titusvillo .

float side by side at the Intersection ofChe declaied between the Government of the West Palm Beach the Steamers Blsoayne,
two principal streets at Orlando, United States and the Kingdom of Spain. Denny and Night Hawk. Ca
and the English contingent in the The President sent his message to Congress
Hot
Phew, But It is Getting ,
this morning in which he advocated
community seems to take as lively an
interest in the impending contest as that such action be taken and at Courtenay. P Uncle Sam thinks, and wants his thirst
the native Americans. the earliest pomtlblo moment. The resolution for revenge on the Maine explosion appeased.

Introduced In the House passed shower of rain fell hero last If any one In Florida has a big
Quite a
In just one minute and forty seconds. thirst for Liquor" that they would like
Schedule Steamer City of Key Weit. The Senate was no) so speedy and considered Saturday evening. slake from a slim pocket-book, they cai
the matter behind closed doors B. D. Jernegan, of Banyan, was in X find the highest grade boors, wines, wbitkies -

fTh above steamer, belonging to the for some time, but the resolution was town a couplo of days last week. port and sherry in stock here at tne

signed by both Reed and Vice-
West every Mond ly, Wednesday and Friday Speaker the social dance at Indianola last JOHN CLARK SON ft CO.,
on arrival of the train from ..lacksonvllle President Hobart, and sent to the White Florida.Edarat.Tmf .
Friday night.W.
until furthor notice; returning, House where Mr. McKinley affixed his Commission Merchants and dcalors In
w leave Key West on Tiienriays, Thursdays signature. The following Is the bill reported J. Tucker, of Fort Pierce, spent Groceries, Grain, Coal, Wines & Liquor*.
xnd Saturdays, at 3 p. m. by the House Foreign Affairs last Fiiday night in our little to fa.Robt. llawele With Cu.enrets.Cnmly JACKSONVILLE, FLA.82T" .
Committee: A bill declaring war ex- CnMmrllr, cure connlIpmloo forever.10o .
exists between the United States and Harper, of B.i yan, Is Spending So. If C.o.C.fall,druiiKoju refund money.MILLINERY. Consignments of country piKxiUC*
Drowned In I.i ke Worth. the Kingdom of Spain. a few days with his brother here. solicited.

Rear Admiral Sampson has asked permisHlon Farmer Symmea visited Cocoa and the

The son of Albert Majewski, aged 12 to respond to the fire from the county seat last Tuesday.J. .
rear of West Palm Beach was drowned forts at Havana, and it Is learned on good
in Lake Worth Friday. He, in company authority that orders have been Issued G. Bast spent a part of Saturday . .
and in Cocoa. THE C. B.
with three other small boys, which direct him to bombard Havana Sunday ROGERS

etit out sailing-, afterwards going inbnthiiig within the next foity-elght hours. Four more young ostriches hatchod and DRESSMAKING.

young Majewski could not Rome, April 25. A proclamation, enjoining out on Monday. Importers and Wholosale Grocers.
rwim, but in the attempt was drowned. strlot neutrality Italian
upon Miss S. J. Porter and nephew, L. P.
subjects dining tho American-Spanish Allen, spent a couplo of days with relatives ..ProYisions Grain Hay Flour Grits 'Meal Etc....
Gone for Miami. hostilities, was published to-day In the In Cocoa last week. ,
Official Gazette.
Six gun carriages parsed through Washington Commander John Wynn, F. Ulrlch, of Georgia, sailed up to our Sole Agents forFAIRBAXK Our business confined to the trail*
a retired naval officer, was to-day appointed port last Monday, to see how tho little neither
;. *' Titusvllle, Friday last vIh the Florida CANNING CC. LION only. Orders from consumers
ostriches were getting along, returning
of the threo commissioners
f'.axt Coast Railway for .Miami, where one prize young
they will be used in arming emplacements to make appraisements of the home Tuesday.Mrs. BRAND CANNED MEATS. solicited nor desired.

that are being- constructed at value of prizes, and otherwise to assist F. W. LaRoche and son, Willie,
that point for the protection of the the prize courts. His headquarters will Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Jenkins, F. W.Whitlock Quotations made promptly on application.WANTED. .
txTininus of one of the most valuable be at Key West. J. D. Sams and W. C. Adams
railroads, strategically, In the state, Key West The British steamer Myrtledene all visited Cocoa last Saturday.
and to prevent the occupation of that Capt. Milburn, of Philadelphia,
J. G. Bast of the Hunt club,
jpoint by a hostile force.Married. arrived here this morning from Havana. Manager ,
The Spaniards do not foar the bombardment accompanied by his loyal friend, Hersey
of Havanis Capt. Milburn said, as Dexter, in coming up the Island from ....
they say the United States began the Goodyear's, opposite Cocoa, last Sunday and
war In the interest of humanity and evening on horseback, encountered a Hides, Fnrs Wool Largest Alligator Skins Tallow,
On Monday last, at Cocoa, Miss Lula bombardment would be contrary to such hailstorm that they pronounced unprecedented ,
Bell Gary and Chaa. Alex. Thcls were a purpose. At Havana it appears that in their long Florida experience.
Mall orders solicited.
quietly united la the holy bonds of the prevailing conditions are not unusual The missies were the aize of bird eggs, Satisfaction Bees-Wax, by the
matrimony at the resldenoe of the bride's except that the city is crowded and although tbe shower continued but guaranteed.Mrs. .

Cousin, Or. J. I*. Cooper, Rev. A. W. J. with troops, and that the Spanish officers a few minutes, the ground was covered Helen W. Reynolds SOUTHERN HIDE & SKIN CO.
Best, of Titusvllle, officiating. The new are drilling every man they can press with them, and by the bedraggled appearance ,
ly-married couple, who will reside hereafter Into the service. Capt. Milburn says : of Mr. Bast's linen suit on Tltusvlllo, Fla.KoToIlae REFERENCE: National Bank State of Florida.

In Nyaok, N. Y., were accompanied "Havana will give you all the fighting their arrival at Farmer Symmea' tracing Office, Rob Building. Hide Warehouse 4-10 to 448, Jackson St
as far as Jacksonville by the groom'sparents you want when you land." post, on the outshirts of the Clob a reservation for Fifty Cents.

who are also returning north Toronto, Ont. Lieutenant De Carrenza the horsemen had a tough experience. Guaranteed tobacco habit erre.makes weak JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .
-af ter a stay ot several years in Florida. has corroborated the statement of men strong, blood pure, toe,U. All druggists. We pay one-fourth to one-half cent more per-lb. for hides than any firm in Flon



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