Title: Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00183
 Material Information
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: May 13, 1898
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: VID00183
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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IVol16.. DSTo. 13 TITTJS"SriXH.E, FLA., FHIDAY, MAY 18, 1898.Price, 5c.y .

Reading notice ads. are ten cents VICTOR BICYCLES at reduced prices. fcrBOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc. a nice assortment ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR ACCIDENT, TITUSVILLE'S MAYOR DEAD. AMONG THE HOTELS.WnsnR .
perllne on thU page.LOCAL You can get the best wheels at the at Screven's Drug Store, Also Life and Fire Insurance. Call onS.

best prices atF. Titusvllle. D. Gbiser, Agt ,
W. Beers, At Chaffee's drug store, One More of the Pioneers Gone. to stop. See list of hotels o*
NEWS St, Augustine Fla.XArfRXtAVvuj Titusvllle Fla. our 7th page.
Tax Collector E. W. Hall, of Captain Thomas W. Lund died at the
1 ________
The Advocatk Is now on file at all
ind Toplca of General Interest. Sharpen, was in town Monday, making home of his son, In Jaoksonvillo, on lust the best hotels In New York city.Hotol .
County Treasurer John Henry paid monthly tax report.Mr. LEAVE Monday evening, nfteinn Illness of one'

Oomlp In connection a visit to Courtenay the first of the anrt Mrs. J. P. Miller, former week's duiatton. On Everett, Jacksonville, Is now
General Monday provloushe
Society and open. Soo ad. on 7th of this Issuo.Tho .
Bay, Lake Worth, Indian, week. residents of Titusvllle, passed through In accordance with the orders received
with Bisoayne and Halifax River*. * West here, \esteidtv, on their way fiom Jupiter from Adjutant General Patrick lions was stricken with paialysli and never Indian River hotol, Titusvllle, Is
Banana other Important Point* alone the Judge M. S. Jones and wife were to Kltzgeiald, (in.Mrs. toiln for the mobtllzitlon of the whoKof logaiueil consciousness. still open aud leady to receive guests.Mr. .
ami all mention of.Interesting recently the guests of Dr. and Mrs. GeoE. the state troops at Tampa not latei Thomas Walkor Lund was bum In
Kant Coast of Florida. Brief Holmes and diughter, who "s. II. Teck, of Itockhnlgo, Is getting -
than the llih lust. tho Indlin lilveiUiiuiiIh
Hill at Indlanol Louisville Ky., In 18.11, and when a lad
i. ,
Kventa from Various Parteof h ivo been visiting Mr. and Mis. Jas.Ilalnita things In I outlines* for tho opening *
Company C, of the Fifth Battalion service of
enteiod tho
14 a
About People You Know Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. It.B. yoais
World After at of tho enlarged, lomodeled
the undergoing a thorough lojutrenated -
ovei- left hereon Ihe J., T. !t K. W marine engineering establishment In his
and People You Don't Know Picked hauling, the schooner Merchant return, Holmes at Cocoa, passed through train yesteiday. at 1:10: p. m., for thai native city, where In diieoouiseof time, Arlington Hotel, at l'etoskey,
ataf fot
Editor and larffe here their home In
Our Society a Monday, eu louto to Michigan.
op by place. Tho depot w ts crowded with tin and
aeattered along; the ed to Cocoa on Monday.Mrs. InMichigan. < he boaame an export engineer maohlnlst.
Correspondent relatives and friends of the soldiers to Then he began his steamboat Mr. and Mrs. Loon H. Cllloy have loft
Eatt Coast of Florida. Geo. M. Bobbins has received Chas. Davies, Florida agent of wish them good-bye, and the cheering oareer on the Mississippi river, and followed Key West for the White Mountains olVew

THE ADVOCATE, a new Eagle bicycle, which she ha* been the Mallory Llue, and assistant general and demonstration were of a very patrlotio it L r several yearn.In Hampshire. Mr. Cllloy goes to the
testing during the past week.Mrs. passenger agent of the Cumberland order as the train left the station the early fiftios he came to Augusta White Mountains to take the management
$1.50 per annum, In advance.* Route, has resigned, after six years of The company carried 20 men, offioer* Ga., and soon took charge, as commodore of the Maplewood Cottago, whloh

$1.00 six months, J. Y. Miller expects her service with these companies. Mr. Davies and privates Included, and was under engineer, ot the Savannah Line lie ran last summer. Msnager Smith.

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. daughter, Miss Clare, also her niece, to was formerly with the Jacksonville, the command ot Capt. C. R. Stewart teamers, then plying betwoen the latter late of Hotel Ormond, is now /In full

arrive here from Canada shortly.We Tampa A Key West and the Sanford
Petersburg Railways. Mr Davies, accompanied 2nd Lieut. R. E. Mlms, jr. Following faithfully served the old Savannah Line affable gentleman, and will, no doubt,
understand County Surveyor J.O. by his wife, has gone to are the names of the other members ot for many years, and accumulated funds maintain the popularity of that hostelry

Fries is going to make his headquarters New York. the company: to embark, on his own account. In the at Its present high standard.

at Cocoa for the next two Sergeants, J. Morrow, Max Von Koppelow teamboat business. Then he came to
Harried. T. R. Puckett; Corporals, Philip Florida, making his home In Jacksonville
99 F Fttafcbkm months. Roberts, U. Rocker, Walter Culver, a mere village at that tlmo and Marriage at Canaveral.

Cashier C. S. Schuyler, of the Indian Miss Nettle Jetor, daughter of Mrs.J. Bugler, Trez. Wilson; Privates, Angus launched ouC vigorously In the transportation

River State Bank at this place, is having R. Jeter, of Santuck, S. C, was married Beek, Jerome Feaster, Cary Griggs, Gun business on the St. Johns Recently the Rev. A. V. Hlsoock, ofOeorglann
to Mr. Rowland Glenn Hill, on Tuesday Hemmlngway, Thomas Hicks, Charles river.He. was called to Canaveral toofficlato
his residence on Julia street repainted afternoon, tho 10th Inst., at the Houston, Fred Ilornsby, Will Kennedy, next conceived the projoct of opening the marriage of Miss BeionlcaQuarterman

and generally renovated.Mr.T. above place. Miss Jeter formerly taught P. Kyzer, T. J. Magulro, II. Nolle, MOsban the upper St4 Johns, as far ss Lake to Wyatt E. Chandler, formerly

} XLtKLcAttl *- R. Puckett, foreman of the school at Troplo, and while on Indian E. Rlee It. T. Taylor, W. West, L'olnset., to navigation: and after enoounterlng of South Carolina. Miss Quarterman's !
River she was quite popular, and made R. Welsh, G. Yates, Will Youngs, FKlgg. many obstacles, successfully parents were married by the same 'I
aAAA' News, Cocoa, came up to town Wednesday a number of friends, who, no R. Singleton und F. Depew, not icoompllshed his purpose. After this reverend gentleman twonty yoars sgo.

to join the Indian River Guards, of 3ulte will join with the Advocate In arrived yet.Corporal. he established a hark lino to Saud Point, [She Is tho gianddaugliter of Mills O.lluinhum XVl.ti

which he is a member.Mrs. wishing her a long life of connubial bliss G. Cary-Elwes, also Privates now Titusvllle, to connect with anotheiof one of the first pioneers ofi
and prosperity. Roswell King, Will LouU and Jas his boats on the Indian lilver, thus i he East Coast, and a former keeper ofCunaveial
Chas. II. Howard, of Jacksonville Greek, of this company, lift hero last giving transportation facilities to tin light houso.I.iutt .

( sAlAWowriG.URtAiui passed through here, Wednesday, Church Notice*. Sunday for St. Augustine to enlist In tew scattered Bottlers then along

on her way to Key West to join her husband the army, but have been ordered to join this waterway. At this junotuiihe Haturday's l'lonlo.
their own company, uhlch niiangeineni saw the piosslng necessity ot
who is for the F. E. C. .
agent Ry.Mr. Bishop Gray will ordain the Rev.E. will doubtless be mote to their liking, nsat hotel accommodations at tills point, and The plcnto given In the TltusvtUo park

Charles H. Stewart, of Melbourne E. Johnson, at Cocoa, on Thursday the time they went the Indraii Rlvei puichasod a large block of property on Sntiiiday lust was attended by quite a

vu. passed through Titusvllle, on next, the 10th inst. Guards had not been oidered to Tampa which he had the Lund Houso erected number of Tltusvllllans and otheis from
Archdeacon B. F. Brown left here, By instructions, Qunitermaster L. KMyers tor the convenience of the pasHengensomtng lho sin rounding neighborhood. In the
his way to Jacksonville to attend a meeting Wednesday, for Eden, to officiate at the was loft here for the purpose of over his line to the Indian River evening tho grounds were lighted with %

Judge M. S. Jones was a recent visitor of the Grand Chapter F. and the Mystio Shriners.We Augustine on Tuesday. the company who failed to arrive in In Titusvllle, and was one of the old counlos In tho pavilion recently
to Fort Tierce.Mr. Services ou Sunday at Eau Gallie, at time to go yesterday, and also to recruit landmaiks or the town until the deat ( touted under the direction of ,Alderman
understand the Misses
S. F. Glbbs, of Melbourne, spent 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The sermon and drill any men wishing to join t motive conflagration of three yoars age ICnox ; while the loo cream booth waaiitlily
in town the first part of the Aline and Daisy Brady, the charming will be on the "Ethical Significance Transput tation to Tampa will be provided wiped It out. well pntronlfiod, considering the
a day or so
daughters of our townsman, Mr. E. L. of the war with Spain." Archdeacon for both members and recruits.'The All the old-time settlers on the St .inolness of the occasion. It Is expected

week. Brady, will be home from their college B. F. Brown will officiate. folios and Iudian River kindly remember jtlmt these picnics will become a proml*
Mr. C. R. Creech, of Banyan, was a following sentiments were expressed the genial pioneer steamboat captain ijnent feature In the pleasures-to-be this
in within the
Bristol Va.-Tenn. next
by the Titusvllle Board of and Indood will hi
pleasant caller at this office on Saturday Death of Mr*. Cox.We with gratitude, many ]iiiinmer, as they ate nlways thoroughly
few weeks.Mr. Trade at their hist meeting: the expressions of regret felt at his domise. 'iijoyud by thoso In attendance.
last. Resolved, that the Board of Trade note .
A report of the meeting of the Fla.Hortioultual . and Mrs. John W, Merrill, and regret to chronicle the sad death with pride the departure of the pati loth Captain Lund was a largo property

will be found on Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Merrill, after of Mrs. Alfred Cox, of Eden, which oo- military company of our city the Indian >wner In this town, and a member ol Married at Covoanut Oroya,

society spending several months at their winter cured on Tuesday, at St. Augustine, River Guards for Tampa, and oongratulate the Boaid of Aldermen for several torms
our 2nd page.Mr. where she recently went to undergo anoperation. them for being among the first Last October the oltlxens selected him A veiy quiet woddlng took place atihe
home at Troplo left this week for Kansas
Tom Mitchell, of Cocoa, spent a Uer remains accompanitdby companies of the state to volunteer their is their choice for mayor, and he was country residence of James T. Carey
the end City, Mo., to spend the summer asusual. her husband passed through Titus services to the Union, knowing full well ulected without any opposition.As lust Saturday evening. This woll-known
couple of days in Jacksonville vllle, Wednesday, en route to Eden for that tbey will "remember the Maine." mayor, he served the people faithfully merchant of Key West has been spending
of last week.Mr. interment, Archdeacon B. F. Brown, of until about three hen
weCBs ago, vt a few days with his family who are
Mr. Geo. de G. Schuyler of Canaveral ,
George Olngras, of Rockledge, this place, being called south to officiate It Is likely that many members of the he left Oil ft short Visit to his children Inlaoksonville now occupying his cottage on Biscayne
left for He has and Oapt. N. N. Penny, of Nathan, at the burial service. Deceased had State Troops will not pass the rigid where the fell destroyet liny, and ndvnnrnge oMils presento was
Chicago on Wednesday. were in town part of Tuesday and been married about twelve months, Before physical examination whloh is now being overtook him, and he passed away peacefully taken by A. C. Carter to wed Mr. C'arey'adaughter.

gone to attend to some work on a new Wednesday. Mr. Schuyler was on his whloh time she was Miss Crosby, insisted upon, In which oaso the rejected with his devoted wife ami loving Miss Daisy B. Carey. Tho

launch that is to be built.Mrs. to New York to spend a oouple of and was a relative of Captain T. E.Richards. men will return homo. In the i'hi Id re n at his bedside. The news ofstronghla wedding was very quiet, only Immediate
way ease of the officers, there Is a death shock to this community,
was a friends of the family being present. Rev.Mr. .
E. L. Brady left here,Tuesday, weeks or so. Capt. Penny left for home The husband and relatives have our feeling that those who give up thei tnd has made a void that shall be fell Blackmsn of Miami officiated. Oaiccount

to join her husband at Cocoa, on his yesterday. sincere sympathy In their bereavement. time and money In the servlue of the ror a long time. Ho was kind, genial of the delicate health of thsIn >

from Miami Titusvllle. Mr. and state to times of should be entitled and and deserving charity
way to from Pa. Mr. peace gensrous, no hle's mother, the young eouplu will
Xrs. Brady returned to town Wednesday. Writing us Pittsburg, Shedding; Orange Grove*. to what honors and enrolment* ever appealed to him In vain. As vice- reside with her at present.A .
Joseph P. Reed, a prominent stockbroker may accrue when called Into action, but president of the Board of Trade, a position

Miss Laura Houston, of Eat* Gallic, says: "We arrived home safely what the outcome will be remains to beseen. to which he was elected by an unanimous
We have received the following
after spending a few days in town with from the East Coast, but have all been from a Brooklyn gentleman who is vote, he was earnest and enerHetlo FEW WORDS FROM ITALY.Romk .
It Is not probable that the Florida InIII efforts to advance the inter'imts
Frank Houston, returned home onyesterday's laid with bad colds, having encountered largely interested in orange grove and *
up State Militia will go to the front, hut will of this town.He April 211 1408.Itditor .
steamer.A February weather instead ofApril. other property on Merritt's Island, remain at Tampa to fill in part of the Is survived by a wife and two ,
which shall be to have answered Admiral*
letter from Mr. C. Alnsworth, ." Mr, and Mrs. Reed and daughters we who has glad shedded is about gap left by the United States troops hlldren Capt. T. W. Lund, of thClyde < i
he Palm by any one or and Cubans who will leave for Cuba to Line, and Mrs. It. 11. MacMlllanIn Dear Sir: I shall bo back In th*
jrand lis that winter at
Mich. informs the Rockledge
Rapids spent shed his
to orange grove: clear out the Spaniards, which we hope Jacksonville; also a sister Mrs ITnlted States about tho last of May, and
bag arrived home after spending the Beach, Ormond and St. Augustine. So Brooklyn, N. Y., May 0, '08. will be dono In double-quick time.Messrs. Koberts, of Louisville, Ky. In conjunction would like you to be kind enough to

"inter at Eau Oallle.Mr. lucky were Mr. and Mrs. Reed at fishing, with this community, we offer his send my Akvocatk to me, In oare of WP. <
(litter Advocate
Baltimore while at Rockledge, that they got quite Editor Indian : bereaved widow and family our heartfelt Blake. Ill l'emberton square, Boston.
and Mrs. J. S. Johnson, of Thos. Decker, Van Worley
Dear Sir: Kindly publish such Information sympathy in their hour of sorrow Rome is full of Americans, and tbey
anglers.Mr. and left here Sunday las
were passengers on Friday'snorthbound a reputation as expert i ill take Interest In the
as you are- able to collect in ind affliction. groat war news,
enlist volunteers
train, en route home nfter aMBit J. E. Iograham, head of the regard to putting sheds around and over for St, Augustine, to as which Is posted In English In front ofdole's
for the win ; and Wyatt Urowu and JII
to Titusvllle, Cocoa and Ft. Fierce. land department of the Florida East orange groves, height of sheds, etc, and Johnson left for the same purpose on book store, on the Piazza dettpagna
cost of same, and oblige, IIKSOt.t/TIOIS or (OSDOl.ttMCK.At where crowds can bo seen eagerly
Miss Anna Eaton sold out her news Coast Railway, passed through Titus Tuesday,
Yours truly, a meeting of the Titusvllle Board reading the telegrams. The Italian*
f-tand to Mr. Fred S. Chaffee, and on vllle, Saturday last, en route home toSt. Thos. F. Nevis*. Titusvllle looked quite patrtotlo yesterday of Trade/held at their rooms on Wednes smypathlze with Spain, as do the French.

sturdy left for'Tallahoma, Tenn., topend Augustine.' He had been down In with the Stars and Stripes gayly lay evening, the following resolutions ofondolence The Germans are divided, but all the
flying from the Auvocatk and otliei Kngllsh are on the side of the UnitedStates. -
Dade and said the vegetable unanimously adopted f
a few weeks with relatives.Col. County, WAR MATERIAL FOR KEY were
and doubtless Inspired
In .
buildings Resolved that the Board of Trade has
had done well the past sea ,
Chris. Hale returned here last growers WEST.On much enthusiasm In the Indian heard with great sorrow of the death of Hoping Titusvllle will not suffer from,

Saturday from his trip to Miami and son. We are al ways pleased to have a River Guards a* they marched down to its vice-president, Thomas W. Lund ,i bombardment, I am yours very truly.J. .

*ey West, and after spending a few days chat with Mr. Ingrabam, for he U a man Saturday last a large iron mortar the depot to take their departure for which occurred al Jacksonville this Maxwkm, Rasoai.i..

thoroughly Identified with the State's carriago ami fixings, weighing about Tampa.TITUSVILLE. week; that the Board ot Trade and this
u town, left for Jacksonville Monday.Ve [The above Is from Boston gentleman

and He superintended 80,0001 os., arrived at Titusvllle, via the community have sustained a great loss
hope to again see him in Titusvllle.In department progress.of the South J., T. & K. W. Railway, for shipment on BOARD OFTRADE. in this sudden death of one whose Hf< who has spentacouple of winters on
the the Indian River and Bay Biscayne Inland was always honorable, courteous, uo Indian River. During the past winter
of Purser C. R.halliard .
consequence Florida road-from Sanford to Tampa, Navigation Co.'* steamer, St. Sebastian. elfish ami helpful. Being one of ouiildost he ha* been traveling through Europe,

being called to St. Augustine, and was president of the road for twelve It is addressed to Lieut. C. H.McKlnstey usual of the and best citizens, bl* presence wllIm hut next seuson hopes to be on Indian
Tuesday, to join the Light Infantry West. The monthly meeting missed from lis anil Itlver, a* he was not satisfied with, the
ne Interested Mr. Plant In the Engineer Corps, Key Titusvllle Board of Trade took place at > sadly amongst ,
Hr. Robt. Pen Hand took his place as years him to assist In its Civil Engineer G. T. Spencer, of the their rooms on Wednesday evening, will be remembered by his many kind winter climate of Egypt, where ho spent
West Coast, inducing several months.]
Line Canal A Transportation lends and life.
Florida Coast generous, pure
purser the voted the
on steamer St, Augustine on has been when II. V. Scrimgeour waa
development. Mr. Ingraham Co., arrived here, Tuesday, to have Resolved further, that we tender to
chair in the absence president M. S
Tuesday's trip south.Mr. for some years la the position he now a peep at the preparations being made Jones, ami D. L. Gaulden to the office of the bereaved family our united heartfelt Hotel Coqulmt, Ormond.

-- and Mrs. A, D. Baldwin, after holds, and as confldenta! agent for Mr.Flagler for loading the Ironwork, and on Wednesday secretary trrn. Various matters of sympathy in this sad affliction, and the
''Pending about seven months at their has been Instrumental In bringing Captain Howard, of Jacksonville Interest to pro.the town were discussed and secretary of this Board Is ordered to furnish This hotel will be ready to receive
winter settlers to the East and SouthEast arrived in town to superintend the members were asked to again advise them and our local papers with fxummer guests after 1st of May until
home at started this many
Rockledge, those pieces of machinery of these resolutions.
Coast of Florida. work on ponderous some of onr townsmen who opy the ISth of September. The rata* will
T<*k, for their home In New Haven, which will probably leave hereon prominent and
; are not members to join the Board of tie very reasonable 42.00 a day,
nn. They are about the first winter Crash Suits.I Monday for Key Westgoing via the Trade and help further the good work ''W to flO a week. Those wlshlog accommodation

isitors to arrive; and last to leave Rockedge. East Coast Canal to Miami, and on to that the present members are endeavor Typewriter ltei>nlrlng. would do well to write as

Key West. log to accomplish for the benefit of th soon a* possible toMiw.
have a very fine line of crash suits whole town but more especially our Only expert In the state. Control the M. Vancb, Ormond, Fla.VVK .
The front of the hardware store ofMtchard and pants, which will be sold at the Special Sale. tradesmen. A resolution of condolence work of the state. Estimate* furnished

4 Son has been neatly painted smallest possible profit for cash. Call to the family of the 1-te vicepresidentCapt. Room Al-hed 417 Gardner F. La Block i>, HAVE the new style. Drop-head,

Ms week; and the interior has been unergoing and examine them. Jcxius Klixe, White Nainsook and Silver Star 1*. W, Lund and a vote of thanks ,Jacksonville, Fla.Titusvllle New Home sewing machine* for sale.
14.Oardscb. to the Indian River Guards, for their Call and them.Oabdxeu.
Saturday May see
a, general cleaning and over* Titusvllle, Fla. Madras, ,
fc Walker. patriotism in offering their services f. Jfc Walkeii.

aullng, making things look quite neat the government, having been adopted, Livery Stublc*.
nd trim. W. B Knor has been doing Mulct* for Sale.3Iule the Board adjourned nntll next Wednesday
lie Palmetto Orujr Store, Daytona. evening, the 18th Inst., at eight Town Tax Hooks Notice.
no further o'clock sharp, when a full attendance of Buggies and wagon* also saddle horses
team; the owner having Is for hire by tho hour, day or week. HaulIng
50 cost 114 Drugs, medicines, chemicals, fine toilet members and would-be-members earnestly
: (V\SALE, Cheap, a Newspaper andJob use for them, price f> soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and desired. Alt our professional and promptly attended to. will remain so nntll the first of June.D. .

Printing plant, nearly new. AdAdvocatb tWAZ*tZ Scir-ELU fancy toilet articles In great variety, tradesmen are particularly requested toattend. Apply to J.T. Pmcr, B. ParrciiAfiP, ,

iuunob<| g<>und> Fla> M. Uustojt, propr. Titusvllle, Fla. Colleoto*.
office, Titusvllle, Fla.

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axe anfficlent to meet and conquer this; ange groves aa tbey are to the pineapple California committee, aa previously

A LITTUC SUFFERER and, aa a mean* to tlila* end, I believe, plantations, where they are now In general quoted, recommend coal in baskets. No Magnolia Grocery...,

and would recommend, that thla aoclelyahould use J that the partial shade la a great doubt many varying methods of applying

Face, Handt and Arena Covered With appoint a alandlng committee ontbe protection to the plants against excessive dry bea' will be devised, and these H. A. HENRY. PropM

Scrofulous Humora Mow a CuraWti subject, wlii e duties It shall be to cold, and that In tbia way the natural varying method* will include different Wholesale and Retail Dealer In t0r.

Effected. make at each annual meeting aa comprebenalve moisture can Iw conserved and both J fei applicable to varying situations,

When five yea-s old my little boy bad report aa may be procured in tree and fruit developed to the highest S.IC3TIMENT."Thnaubjtcl STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
acroiula on his face, hands and arms. It degree of
the light of all information obtainable
of sentiment that some
vii worat on hi* chin, although the aorta call for Cash Price List
aucj to be obtained. writer recommends the use of Write or our which win
an his cheek* and hand* were Very bad.It would introduce need not trouble us. 1 pieaiteHKJ ,'

appeared in tho form of red plmplea WORK POR A STAMDItta COMMITTER."In common batlng staves in huge numbers mean the aenliment thai would substitute Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA, 1'

which would tester, break open and ran my opinion this ahould be a standing either with or without artificial cover, flowery expressions of balmy winds Telephone No. 255.GE0KO .

nd then scab After disappearing ing. Another recommends, as a cover
over. committee, because the) fact of and sunny skiea for the subject of frost
tbey would break: oat again. They oaosed very log, a matting made out of wire and palmetto the
the existence of this society shows that protection. We all of us recognize
intense Itching and the little sufferer had leave* on a permanent frame. An* MARX JOHN
but few of final solubility of our Florida climate and are MARX
our findings are if they
to him
to be ched
wa continually keep other recoromenda a lent over each tree
were all final the would have prepared to defend it; and what we are
from scratching tho sore*. We became society bytbia with a kerosene lamp to each tent Another

(really alarmed at hit condition. Mywife'a time fulfilled Ita purpose, and be recommends smudging with saw now considering is the best method of
mother bad had scrofula and the ready to disband. New conditions Involve defense; defense against the inroads of -Wholesale Dealers InGroceiies
d. t Another recommends
only medicine which hd belpd her waaHood' new. problems; and pritbtain*, l.gaatar th|) (mnbl|| weather that our northern llPx-va-It axa.d. =>
each tree in a cat of Ice xoca.va.Ce
enveloping -
Sareaparlll*. We decided to five whether old admit i-f anJwe ,rla r.leud* occasionally allow
or new, generally 133 East Hay Htroet and and 8 Newnau
done after 131
which ,
only.be by
It to our boy and wa no'ed an Improve* more than one solution. We want the can spraj ing to ,p ,,, (her| c Bient In his e* e very anon. After riving the weather haa become old enough w jofr t Jqol&aonvmo, glories
beat solutions that can be bad, and it doB ;hu way ....ighty rivers of n,
*lm four bottle* of Hood'a Baraaparllla freece water. Anot her recommends running

the humor bad all Dven driven oat of bla the solutions of one year are supplanted wafer from arteasiAn wells througlihe dext ruction."Asa ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE
matter of fact, however, sentiment CITlWe
better easier
or next
blood and it haa never eince returned. ones year, we grove, and would depend upon the
William Bar410 South WiUlam St. thus, In adopting these Improved *olutlons < hits no place in business, aod the
heat that the water giveaotT. Another all kinds of Seed and
are heaoquarter* for< Eating Potatoes and Cow .
business that has been developed to such p.
So-t' u Bend. Indiana. demonstrate that we are koepitig reommenda steam heat with piping guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. "We .;

You can buy Hood'a Barsaparllla of all step to the march of events."As thtwugh the gri>Vf, with a radiator for an extent as to admit of the loss of ) I0. I-, your Oranges and Vegetablea. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.

druj l U. Be lure to get only Hood'a. fnrther reason for making this 0,000 In a single night certainly Invites,
each tree; the same |>l| ee to be used for MARX BROTHERS. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Indeed it does demand
a standing committee rather than if. not protection
a possibility
if desired by removing the
HOOd S PillSM.7M1.penw. Besots. Iriigatlon, ,
at our handa. To mind prophecies
of a ft w >eara of normal warmih my
radiatora The adiocafeof this method
prevailing in Florida at time In the of a repetition of old-time, longContinued
some F.
esiiiiiA>es the necessary equipment for a E. WiNcnENBACH, Manager. G. Russell, Treu.
favorable conditions agieeable to
future the
OUR ORANGE GROYES.NO of carelessness equal possibility 1ucie gtote would be about $8,000, and entertain, catry but little weight. Who
or forgetfnlneoa of *h twe the
l.i>s paiticular Hiiessoii
of knows when these fatornble MACHINE
have recently been us conditions FLORIDA WORKS
exoerlem-lug, and crops that could lw produced among the
hence the dange of Ignoring ate to ie-cotnmence and how long
MORE FEAR OF COLD. necessary tiees while the grove was coming on, continue f"If ,

precautions. With a standing commit. with assmed frost and aauufalliug
tee on damage from cold, and the best as stated, histor> repeats itself, itIs
Orange Be .
Blay Protected Against water supply.SUBJKCT
at least at irregular intervals and
methods of prevention, every member ofthla ,
The Northers. VT GREAT 12ITKBKST."These General Repairing Promptlv & Accurately
society, whether new or old, would haven't some of us figured in history Done.

be kept In constant reminder that along ate only a part of the numerous that we do not care to see repeated? We

Orlando, May 3. The eleventh annual 16 the latter part of the nineteenth methods that have been advocated spend money in Insuting our buildings iron Building Columns, Shafting, Pulley*, Hangen

meeting of the Florida Stale Horticultural varioua lea looking toward the and meichandiso agnlnar loss by fire and
century there was some weather the by part and Boxes in Stuck.
Society opened In the Opera house Sash Weight and Grate
like of which we preservation of our groves from cold.Tbey this money we hope la thrown awa.t ; *
In tills city at 7il) to-night. Only a may or tnny not see Saw Mandrels of all SimFurnished.
portion again but for which be serve to show the wide-spread interest that la we hope the hulldiug will neterburn.
of the we expect to Bars a Specialty.
had arrived, but the prepared whenever It does come, and now being taken In the matter To a certain extent, the money .

a tendance waa fully up to first-night not only piepared, but prepared in the and ibe necessity that ia felt for some that we shall spend In protecting our

meeting* of Hie society In former years.Tliero than that from cold will be Invested STTGKtflkJEt. 3VgJLT T .
best way that may have been developed more adequate protection oiange groves >

waa large attendance of cllitena, before that dates arrives vouchsafed by nature."In iu the same way. I'he best business Telephone 102. Office and Shops at End of Viaduct in Riverside

and Don-arrival till* fitct of member pnrtly made. up for the "Cold, aa defined by the dictionaries, addition to these and other variously methods arn those that provide against JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.C .
advocated method* of artificial HHisibility of loss. Are they
Is 'the absence ot heat; and that our every | not

The raveling waa called to order by orange growiug neighbor aciosa the protection >ind artificial beat, the plant, as applicable in the one case aa In the
President U. L. Tuber, of Glen St. Mnry continent '*
througli other
lug of quick-grow lug evergreens
who called upon Ulahop William Crane accialonally experiences this absence LHS r5.! J=3 <5Z CO.
of heat as well aa ourselves, is evlrienced and around estab ished groves is biiug Among other important subject* ,
Urav of the dlnoease
of South Florida, with the idea of making UKALKKS IN
by the practiced by some,
experiments that
to the sei-aloo with have [Continued on 3id page.]
open prayer. been made in California towards supplying wiodbieaks, and supplying forest Fine "XT laexes ana Ti1q.xi.ors
One of the
principal ,
subjects brought
the lacking warmth.. protection. Leaving blocks of trees of
forward at tho meeting "waa "Flow to the cleared IIow'h Tills 417, A 4JU V. 1st to.,
"At a recent meeting of the Riverside the natural growth between
protect oranite groves from front.** Upon which the small JACKSONVILLE \ FLA
Horticultural Club in California spaces upon numerous ,
thl* matter President Geo. L. Tatar aaiil: a committee We offer One Unwind Dollars for any
"Member that had been appointed on frost groves are to be planted, Is a great protection case of catauh that cannot be cured RICH VIM'S trials good, ricb inttl
of Ike Floiid.t by
Stale lloiti >\ blood. Don't n ske the n lauke al
and this method practiced byW.
protection made as Hall's fatal ih Cure.F.
a In which .
Cultural Society: One of the otitic report after bujlng tour | oor wine keiaow it Itcbea
of treating of various methods, the evidence S. llait, and recommended In a paper J. Ohkney plop*., Toledo, OWe ) It If not. It lias a i, hj, ulagreeable -
the president of l hl society la that at the efleit niou the >stem, sbllciI04MI
In read by him betore thl* society In U03, iiniieritlgntd, have known K
favor of dry heat fiom numerous wii e is null) not *ituei\| *
each annual meeting he shall preseut to small Area summed Is well worthy of consideration by tlmse .1 < heney for the last 15 years, and lielleve gives )uu that pulled-togelher, *U
you an address. Without Inclination to up. him peifecily honorable In all business .hi It fled feeling
Mr. Taher here quoted at length the who are contemplating additional plantlog. tiaosaciions and financially able tooirrv l -Wenmln s P| eilalt) ol >inbuuna (
alight any pint of the duty involved, I Aiountaln Dt < orn Vbhke.IbisJ
results of California out, any obligilloii made by ..theirfirm. old
deem it finlumite that expeilments In the ear. HM |tr gallon
the number of use of coal baskets Hod oil fires "Banking the trunkaof the trees with I srtle IIMi.g iu Drj losn. till it
topic* to be treated on, and llielr selection and prefers West fe Truax, wholesale druggists well to order lr<>ni u., s. t can m*
the former, because of the earth, which a few years ago would have thi m M i tr rent,on sll orcleifST >
deposit .
Toledo. O.Walding
I* left to his discretion
H ; of lampblack left been deemed a dangerous opeialion, Is Always send nione) wilt unit*,
by latter the Kinnan & Marvin wholesale
la ,
one subject tlnit seems to bo of such \\t win not open new biuhidm nnka
trees and ft nit He then discussed the now In quite geneial use, and the advantagea druggists, Toledo, O.Hall's suitable Jacksonville relent paramount Importance to us at, the demonstrated Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally No (.ooih.sent C. 1 to lm loom.
effects of wood fires in of It have been amply ,
Indianaoils Co,
groves as Agent for Ilrtwlng
present time that I do not acting directly the blood
now see how J upon and mucous Frewers Hottler .Indium On,M
shown by the experiment of Mr. G. Park duilng the past winter, many giuvesthua |
I could have selected any other for thin thai would surfaces of the s\srem. Piice T.ic. Hercules Malt romc, J.25 per case; Clayton & Russell Wild Cherry Brandy,|t M per cut.
aaved .otherwise
address. And, ahould I fail to Kenney, at Pleison, FJa., who saved both being per bottle, bold by all druggists. Testimonials
Impress tiees and fruit at an expense which he have been frozen below the buds."Without fiee.
uKin the of
you Mine degree Importance
calls "ridiculous" in ever having had any practical
compailson with
with wblcb the subject baa Impressed the profits. Continuing he said experience of my own in the use of SAW AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSON'*ILI K YAM),

me, you will at least, after the above remark : artificial bent. It does certainly seem tome THINGS IIAVn CHANGED. Pitlatka, Flu. E. Bar St., Foot of latBerlna |

*, give mo credit for earnestness ofpurpose. VARIOUS, PLANS TO TKOTKCT TREES."Other .
that with wood as plentiful as It Is in

growers, whom It is fair tosuppoRO Florida, v e ought to be able to make Time Works Wonders, and Herein WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY

Thl*subject, bitefly stated, la damage have given the matter of protection use of the heiH stored up In It In the ptotection This Fact Is ClearlyDemonstrated. ,

from cold, and the beat root hod* of prevention seilous coosldeiatlon are plan, Manufacturers of
8.1t of our grove*. And a method
blng to erect shed* over llielr groves, nrti haa occurred to me that might prove a

"Ono year ago there went on the records portion of them. Some of these, if the valuable adjunct lo the plans recommended Vincent few csme years to aim Florida Dr. Cypress Lumber Shingles and lath. *

of thla society a resolution In which newspapers are correct, expect lo supplement by Dr. Davies and Mr. Kluney, and twmn practice bysUverti.ins ,

Jt was provided that following the repotlon the protect bin afforded by the and Is particularly applicable to the week he wss. In the less most thaus A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, celling, sidiog, mouldings, sliingles,

of certain conditions of cold sustained -lied* with artificial beat whenever necessary starting of new groves, and in situations the"talked 8 ate.suout"Hni-clan tnaa! iu lath and pickets always on hand, thua assuring prompt shipments. Cpreamouldings >

for a certain length of time, ''It obtained from various sources, where appearance Is not so much Importance were asked l>y their ps of all patterns a specialty.

fl would be nlse for our prosterity to cutback such aa wood, coal, resin, etc as profit. Probably this would about Menu whst this Dr.they Vinreot.t thought. When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and seetia.

their trees to the ground. The "The advocates of tbia method claim at Uniting to tbe teaching
\ fit a groat many situations' just present. of a decade ago. audnoklnjc
gentleman who offered the resolution that the advantages to be derived from upon the. newcomer

stated that he thought It the duty ol these slat sheds are as applicable to or- BAVK TUB LOOS."This as, their a snrt reply if sn was luterluier -

this society lo leave something on record slwavs the -sine: "HeIs THE SOUTHERN FUEL & SUPPLY Company.
method can be simply described an advertiser,and yoncan't
for the
guidance of future
generutlonain expect him to be mucb on that fU-onunt."
case of a possible recurrence of these as one of conservation of the heat that ituw wondertully thing* have changed In a few
Girls who
abort months. To-day there is not an bonest
is stored In the wood on ground
pecillo conditions. I suppose at that have to stand up practitioner in tbe city but, who will 'ay that Wood Goal Coke Brick
on their feet to be cleared. Mr. Taber then went onto l>r.Vincent baa certainly cured many of ihe Lime Cement
time neither he nor you reckoned upon most of the worst kinds of cbronlo casss. Hut it ia not the ,
the possibility of these requiring time work as show how this couldbe, accomplished physicians wbo are supiaised to know of all
hard in a effective and economical manner these cure*. Oo where >ou will throughout th.
becoming so frequent aa to make day laborer any very city or Ptate and you will hear of these cases Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
yet by the systematic use of the logs on At the same time. Dr.Vincent does not elaim tobe
the advice unnecessary or to permit of they do not get Infallible. Ita soniei imes fails,but when he
Its being handed down what ia rightlycallecLrxerctse. land to be cleared. Following this be doe., the chances are that there is no hope for
to pros discussed the stoting up In the trees of the ease, no matter where he goes. In all case* 408 West Day Street, Jacksonville, Fla, Telephone 36tJ.
terity by word of mouth.PHOTKCTIUX Close, confining he ssks but a fair and impartial triul. That isall.
indoor reserve force to resist cold by the use of .
occupation K. MUNNEKLYN General Manm?*
gives proper methods of fertilization. concluded
no exhilirationto CATARRH and all CHRONIC DISEASES or
In all seilousnesa, and I agree the nervous as follows: the Eve. bar. Nooe,Throat,Lungs, Heart. Stomach.

with you fully, that this la not a matter system nor "Now, ladies and gentlemen, I do not Skin. Liver suit Blood, Howei Chronic*. Kidnsvs Ulcers, Illadiler(old sore, Nertes leg)., tV I Invite your Attention to my Complete Stock of

to be lightly treated; I believe that thl* active circulation expect yon will all agree with me aa towbat Cancer. Rupture, Stricture. Varicocele. Hydro
to the blood. It eels and files guaranteed cured without using
society has a higher duty to perform; wears, tears and drag* awoman'a from the tenor of this address, tha knife. Rheumatism, diseases |iect>)iar to -* HARDWARE AND CROCKERY 4-

that, although the motives that promptd life away. The would aeem to be my conclusions aa to women and Private attention.No Diseases. of both sexes, are
srhole given special
the oflei Ing and adoption of that resolution physical ay stem the best present methods of protecting charge for consultation. Fees always reasonable. *
trows sluggish and Glassware
torpid Special rates for in U treatment.DR. Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, TinwareOn
were In the highest degree commendable under it.No our from cold. If there are better Iteware doors sash Ice crew
wonder groves W. T. 8. VlXOt-ST, Specialist. and"blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers.
the society ahould now go atep girls sad factory so many giris and housewives raf methods we want to know them. Mohawk Block, cor. Ray A Market Streets, freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves. Blue Flame keroaine oil stoves, eardeatwa,

further; that we ahould not only ter from indigestion and constipation and Nothing la more foreign to the purpose Jacksonville, Florida. plows and harrows, paints and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry netum
billons troubles. No wonder Hours s 9 to li a. tn.; Itat&ftolp. m. and barbed wire,
leave to but make tbey are sub
posterity, Immediately for which this organized than
society waa
ject to the diseases of the delicate special Sundays 4 HO to S p.m.only.
available some tangible concrete, organism of their sea. The wonder ia unquestioning 'unanimity in accepting Harrison Bros* Ready Mixed Paints.

practical method that ahall be the means they rather do.,that they can stand it aa well as the first solution that comes to band ofa LITIIIA SPRINGS. OA.th Honor leaSG Xji 11 for Prices- respectfully so"*''; 'w

of saving our groves, not only front destruction Bat "a poor weak woman," as she ia subject that admits of many solution*. prices aoawereu your patronsffe.promptly* Order* given Prompt and Careful Attention, and loquWw

but from damage by cold and termed, writ! endure bravely and
patiently If I were capable of giving Information HWKETWATEK PARK HOTEL.
agonies which a strong man would aac333..
that they ahould never have to be cut give that should settle the subject once for
ander. The fact &
are more Lithia Springs,Near Atlanta,Ga. FlWm.
down."Not. patient thaa tbey ought to be under such all, I should not aak you. to appoint a West Palm Beach,
troubles.Timrt. Florida aod New York sleeper* pass oor door.
only do I believe this should be Hotel Feb. is. Too *
committee to carry on the investigation. opens moat bealthful location
weanea ought b> know that.saw.nay .
done, but I belleve It can and wil be obtain the most eminent medical ad-- Farther research Into this subject Is, tomy tn tbe Infectious South. diseases Never any, or cases even of malaria eonta- *

done and Jlouaoc place to spend,in* iprinK months without J. IIarkisbeimer. Pres. H. E. Harhmsheimeb Sec'y <* TK
; so rapidly I. history beiagj "S Z y t Si. T0I mind, the imperative duty of this risk. Not as cold aa mountain resorts, nor ,

made during tbeae latter years of the Pierce, chief coasalting physicieav of taw society. But, ia the meantime, let us dosomething. too warm to be. safe. Roonm writs both (rate*

nineteenth I believe the advent Invalids' Hotel and. Surgical Institute, of awl steam beat, amctrio Hunts, private batns, The
century, Baftala- Y. Ocespyiaa thla poalUoa for Let as each act.upon whatever ami lolls**, hot and cold running water. Son Elgin Bntter Company of Florida,
of the twentieth less parlors and jlass-lnc'osod
now than two thirty years he has bad a wider practical may seem the best present method privileges. Hotel cost *'JUO0O.poreoes.All Stop kinds over ol

years off w 111 see a very marked initiative experience in the treatment of .women's for our needs aa adapted to our individual medicinal baths and tha strongest Li thla water
taken toward ita diseases than aay other physician in this, known for rheumatism, kidney and bladder WHOLESALE ONLY.lSa.ttox .
accomplishment."My country. HI* medicines are world uooiu situations. There are parts of onr trouble* Send for circular. |ttots4 per day;
belief that this will be the case Is for their astonishing efficacy. groves around our houses and yards II to SJd per week; less by tbe month. It. T. aaa.ca.
The most perfect devised Blake, late of Pass Christian and Manitou,Colo.ALRX C2a.os.-
remedy ever for
derived partly from the signs that to would be
go weak and detieat* women i* Dr. Pierce's where peimanent log heaps unsightly *

indicate such a result, and partly from Favorite Prescription. His "Golden Med. and there are also, in some cases, Office and Cold Storage, 110 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE,

analogy. In the domains of science kral Discovery" is the oaermaneat di other conditions that might make some NEAR. ERNEST TATLOB.
gestive and nutrient toaic. The two med Our 4 Crewn Butter Ss tBrouRbonttbsSa
larger aod more complex problem* have icine* taken alternately, form the most substitute for wood preferable a* the NEAR & TAYLOR The butter being; used by the beat merchants "

been met and conquered, and I believe perfect And successful course of treat- source of heat Mr. II B. Stevens, at handled by us Is the product of one of the largest and best CrftM
** * prescribed far female troabtoe la the State of Illinois. It Is
the vigor enthusiasm and dlrectneas'of (Successor*to John McAllister. always uniform la quality.
mentality complicated with a sluggish, oveiaiu at/ *1896 meeting of this society, recommended ) *

purpose of the several hun nervosa, diseased consutwttoo. Ia severe, the cheapest grade ot rosin, and Artesian Well Contractors Merchants not receiving our quotations will do as a favor by writing tot *
cooatipafioa. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant ,Peltate
dred-toe tubers of which the Florida should be oecasioctallT takca with the gave full Instructions) as to the best many 39WE SELL ONLY TO THE TRADED This U positive.

State horticultural Society ia composed, others. They never gripe. ner in which to prepare aod use it. The EAU CALLIE, FLA. FLOWa**

tos$ &


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INDIAN Rivkfc i'DYOCATlt, ii.AY'13, l'm

professional Cards.iSbKW OUR ORANGE GROVES. sula, lie regards It as the best all-round *
plum in the state.Mr. ,

[Continued from 2nd pnge.] iiacon recommended the planting
Manufacturer of
GRAHAM, of a few trees In the chicken jsrda. *

brought forward at the meeting were Then go out In the early morning and
Yellow Pine Lumber
ATTORNBTS-AT-LAW, the following: give the tiees a vigorous sinking.Mr. MANIER ft LANE MUSIC CO.ConoYer

0rric Hours: From 10 to 12 a. m., PEACHES AND PLCM3.No Iteammer thought the trouble with KOVOII a HKKSSBD,
Md 2 to 4 p. m.TrtusvHXB p urns In Florida might lie due lo a scarcity
member of the committee on Orange Ho a Ileada,
Co. Florida.r
BreTard .
of pollen in the bloom.
Bo* 1m' peaches and plums reporting, the mattei rralt Vegetable Crate*.
Will practice-" - tb?oourtt ut and fed was submitted for discussion. Rev. diseases op citrus run ITS.Prof. Lnmber delivered at any part of Indian RlreSon
through bill of lading. An>ono eniiieni|>ta>-
"JiirUI f asintles lor examinlar; and perfectiBSland Lyman Phelps gave his experience, lie P. U. Kolts of Lake City submit Fischer Kingsbury Frankiln lug building on the tuu title*. had sold from a half acie to one eil "Diseases and Insects for prloea. The Sawmill la altnated on IkeJ.
year nsmucb.as.H500 a leport on aouth .
,T.A K. W. Ky.,K iiiIIbh or lllatka.SaUuma
worth of peaches. The of Citrus Fruits.*' He stated that the

INOR S. JONES, Jrees need potash, as much potash as cotton stainec so called for the mason flights, Putnam vo.. Flaw
M orange trees, although in less quantity. that hesttinsthe late col ton In the bolls, .

ATTORiraY-AT-I'AW, Re had &6t been seiiously troubled has -veined to attract unusual attention NATIONAL

ItitITSV.LLE, BREVARD CO., FLA Wlth>orer during the past season, from the grow, CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS. Home-Seekers
n ? <> Jq>ot.Taber stated that two types era, as he has been more than usually .... . *

County Judge of Brevard County. ot peajA.es the honey and the peento conspicuous for the reason that oranges 1! REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
!, ? J>ted, to. south Kloilda. These have been scarce. He is not,specially Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms.

GAULDfiW Jypes bava.several variations. In the dangerous. The orange maggot

D.L.. northern part of the slate some of the has been imported from Mexico. This Write for Catalogues. Exchanging Propel ty for Property aSpecialty. i
Send of what
AtTbRNKr-AT.fclAW', earlier of these are apt to be caught by Insect mill live at a temperature below .' Description
cold wbtle In bloom. The later the mother A LANE MUSIC you have, and what you want.MALABAR .
win prect,6e ta sa'the uorts''of- the But* varieties freeslng point. The punctures MANIER COMPANY,
| T riorida,end tb* United States Conn*. were preferable. lie named a large number the skin, and deposits the egg Inside 34 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.bo Indian River, FLORIDA.C. .

r.0.Bo ,33Sw_ SnVBYJIXX, FLA. of varieties which will succeed under when the puncture closes up, while C. CARKOLL. rH

Money to Loan. It proper cultivation. In the extreme western the maggot thrives Inside the fruit. Real Estate Agent.

part of the state they have a dlatlnct The thrip appeired in gioat numbersIn,

GOLDSMITH, type of the peach, and such as the the spring upon the orange blossoms. Choice
M. . .
Elberta thrives there, while it Is not They produce a bin en blossom. The ;..

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW adapted to Peninsula Florida. Peaches lose leaf iusectkido neein to he most Wines, Llquora

require generous Ireatmeui .This is far effective of all prep iia'ious ugiinst this avoided, and only a moderate amount . and Cigars.I .

TItusville, Florida.t mote Important than pinning. In the iiiM't't. The hi iss'iuw of ilioattawkuny, of fertilizer Is needed Shaving Parlor.. t Ouiiiiintt'i'i! Pure

ninth piunlug U ei.seutl.il. Nor m> In I lie bluckbeiry, ami s.xnu oilier fiutls Vlr-WU OP Dll STOCKIlltlDUR.Prof. Hold nt reduced

Florid i. Heio the iinit should bo thinned affected by these lu-mcta. They blight Slockbildgo followed Jadge PulInrf. prlerwIntpiirteil

? J. WEBB, on I tie ttees, and thinned haul. It l oho buds and pi event the blossoms fioin He helloved that tobacuo can begiown

would bo difflcult to thin mo much. Ho attaining |ielteclton. The buciuil.il blight iu all pans of Florida, but he Taikni Win*,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, had h.ul excellence wt| |, cuiotilii. He his shown Itself on the tomito plants does not believe that the best grades can flom Italy, U1
Will in the Couits of the
.practice had iujuied his tiees moio by suiaylug in various puts of the state. It Is iecognized > be glow n In all parts of the state. There John B. Togni

Florida.I. with arsenical preparmlons than he had by a wltlieied brind on a plant, Is a difference In the characteristics of ,
Melbourne .
done good to the fruit. He thought the and fin illy Involves the entire plant, Sumatra and Cuban tobacco. The Sum* Metropolitan Saloon, 1.-1 Enst Ray St.

best plan was to go over the tiees and when death of the plant follows. Itwoiks atra should not bo transplanted before JACKSONVILLE, Fl.tMUDA.Wholeaale .

I. would still be a crop left, provided the is hard to reach with any known Insecticide. bei transplanted In March, as It will stand

COUNTY SURVEYOR. trees are In good condition.Mr. The bacteria Is oairied from one the sprlug drought better. He thought The Largest and Most Com

Land legally surveyed and nub-divided. Wade, of LouUiiina, was Intro plant to another by Insects whlob feed the burning of the seed beds labor, and plote Establishment South.

duced. llestatedlh.it where aisenical upon plants. Ah soon as a wtlheiedbianch expense lost. He has tested both methods

Mapping neatly done. Estimates for preparations weie useil on only a few Is noticed It should be Immediately with equally good results, but the

ill kinds of engineering works. Disputed trees little good had resul'ed. But in cut, or the plaut should bedestiojed. plants on the unburned beds cost less

lines a specialty.TrrusviLLE large orchards and vthere the spraying The fungus blight, which than half those grown on beds that bad

was conduoted on a largo scale, good re appears upon the tomato plants, can becuied been burned. Recent analyses of Florida
Brevard Co., Florida.CTEPHEN suits had followed. The brown rot was bp applications of Uordeaux mix* lobacco show that only about ouetliirdas H. S. MEADOR,

far more to be dleaded. But this can tures. much fertilizer Is needed In this state Washington Avenue,

E. FOSTER, be overcome by the use or the Bordeaux PROTECTION FOR HANKED TREES.In as Is recommended, anil has been found

mixture. By mixing Paris green with essential in the Connecticut Valley. TITUSVILLK, FLORIDA.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, the mixture the cuiculio was measurably response to the question as to the These analyses show that tho following

Rooms 420 A 423, Gardner Building, eradicated. best method of protecting the trunks of formula is about what Is required in
trees when banked with earth duilng the
Jacksonville, Florida.Wm. CULTIVATION OF PEACHES. Florida:
sevetal membeis
winter months, tecum Lbs.Cottonseed .
Walter Cooper, of the committee on of lime and
mended a quantity meal .. till)
Scott. Gordox R. Broome.Q peaches and plums, presented hlsrepoit. sulphur immediately at the clown of the Sulphate of potash, 15o
The glowing importance of the peach industry Acid phosphate Ill)
C0TT A BROOME tree before banking be done. The pro. MANUFACTURERS OF
is shown by the requests for Information portion should be four parts of lime to This Is sufficient for one acie. Blinds
Doors Sash.
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW which are constantly made by ,
sand. Four Is sufficient
one of quarts % .k /
parties who are beginning In the Indus DlHcovorcd by u Woiiiun. COTTON
(over Bank) for 100 trees.Prof. Moulding & Boilding Material
Miami try. He recommended planting on new Rolfs called attention to a sample Another great discovery has been
Florida.GEORGE grolind. When this could not be done, of hybrid of dewbeiry and black* made, aud that too, by a lady clutches In this soft seine Twines.A Oillce A Warcrooms. King, opposite

he recommended digging holes a yard berry sent him by I). R. Northey, of Orango country.upon her and"Dlseaso for seven fastened years Its she withstood PMr-BCT BTUBREftN TWINE, Cannon Htiuet.Charleston .

/ W. ALLEN, or more in extent and filling tliese with Bend, which has been growing In its sovoiest tests, bur her vital CABLE C0R08 ano MACRAME.E. S. C.
viigin soil and wire grass, thus giving section for eight It organs were iiniletnsmined and death ,
that years. appears EMORY JOHNSON, o..u a .. mmM00DUS
the trees so far as possible the conditions seemed Imminent. For tlueo months she
be valuable fruit and well deserving and
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, to a coughed Incessantly, and could not sleep. CONN. Sash Weights Cord
soil. Then
of new treat liberally ,
had tested It the
Key West, Florida. of attention. He on She finally discovered a way to recovery,
and cultivate thoroughly. He gave his experimental ground with satisfactory bv purchasing of us a bottle of Dr.King's Hardware.
Will practice In the United States experience in marketing, and told of the results. New Discovery for consumption, THEFISHING
ad State Courts. OjunOStar. work of the curcullo. and was so much relieved on taking tho Window and Fancy Glass
TOBACCO. first dose, that she slept all night: and
THE PLUM CDUCULIO.To with two bottles, has been absolutely GAZETTIESTADUSIIIEn A HPEOIALiTY.BO .
Judge D. I. Puling, of Sanford, gave a "
Her Is Mrs Luther Luts.
f. n. nououTON cured. name
lid the trees of this he uses a
pest most interesting address on tobacco. He thus writes W. U. Hamnlck A Co., of ( last.) YEARS*
trap, constructed by himself, ten feet In said he Is very much Inteiested In this Shelby, N. C. Trial bottles free at F. 4 lllSTOItV OK* TUB WonLI)'! EXPERIENCE

DENTIST. diameter, covered with diilllng, and arranged matter of tobacco, because he was an 8. Chaffe's drug store, hegnlar size 50a ."ism-mus.

to spread under the trees. He orange grower, but now the Industry Is and 91. Every bottle guaranteed.Deaatr worm d'VolrU vaplnalvelv < <|,

Florida, uses the mallet to shake them from the gone and we must turn attention to sua natural illaaurr of Vial..

trees, and then destroys the Insects. Itis something that will Improve our condition Is Blood'Deep. THK ornciAt. oroan or thus tkadr.A .

the true plum curcullo. There Is no lie has had an experience of twentyfour Clean blood mesns a clean skin.Csthsr-No The rlSHINO Valuable OAZKTTB Mollilm fop elves Advrl the|
JO ALPH E. SMITH, M. D. doubt of It. They begin work as early years In the tobacco fields. The beauty tie clesn without your blood it. Cascarets and keep,Candy it clean, by juuntrv,o and( the all prinolpal Ihs m i FInK of (ha markata ri-hlna of WnrlilIt lit Trade M>*m
March 1 and continue so long as the the lazy liver and driving all impurities la indleiMnaeble allk* < the KISIIKKMAtimirisif OlSHlNtCofvmaMTw
as rules of tobacco growing are fixed. To up to DKAI.Klt (jril-ra acc rl..| on N YriSH Ac.Anrnee .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.9peclallst fruit is of size. Oo the morning from the body. Begin to-dsy MKRI HANTrt fur prira at milworlptlon.fl.OO and aaarqalcaif
depart aketnh tfaaarlptioa
proper follow these rules means success; to boils LloUhcs blackheads, amain*s
banish pimples, ner rear. j>oal pa Id So Xmift eeaer-aln oar opinio- free whether aeto'entlne
of May 2nd he secured as many as fifty from them will result In failure. In and thst sickly bilious complexion by taking >fat -a aTaia rasiidit. la prnbehlf patentable, doamwloaUiiqaatrtotlrennSaaiitlaL
in Genital, Urinary an Rectal for ten rents. All druggists St.oo per sear, poet 14 to Vorelataeoaatrlra. llenilbnokoa I'atenMaanl
Caeca beauty
still lively and fit for work, rets, .
specimens, planting the Vuelta Abajo, Imported frmm.Ideal aaanay for aaoerlJUPataola.
23c 00c.
satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, ,
Diseases.Sastobd ead far sample eopr. Patents taaen ihroeee. Nana Co. reoerrwreacUU
Professor Riley estimates the number of seed should always be sowed, because aoflea, wlthiiee ebaree. la Me '

Florida.ineapple eggs laid by the female curcullo at fifty seeds will degenerate in a few years, replanUng TUB PMIIIVO GA2ETTID. Scientific HtnericaitA
Meteors rush through space at the MAIL, A, KXI'KiCSa BUM,,
hundred laid at the rate of five
to one in this country. In the case of
second. not nnoADWAT. handaenielr lltaetratea weeklf. L* --
He had cut down all of rate of 20 miles a They are of antentiSe toarnal. Tarma.M a
oralxperday. the Sumatra a better grade of tobacco la KW TOlUf, any
and Lemon larger than a pebble, and on ear i four months. It,
Orange usually
to lessen the field of
his plum trees operations secured after the seed has become acclimated Co --NeWoS
Land For Sale The curcullo is striking the earth's atmosphere they (
Cheap.I of thepest. by two or three years of replant* loe, U St,Waahlastoo, .0.Vv .
available Immediately dissolve Into gi Kdgcrton O rim drove.
here, we must fight him by every Ing In this country.In go

have for sale 80 acres of pineapple means if we would succeed. The preparing the seed for planting. It THE EVIDENCE In tho case proves For sale, that beautiful piece of property caa&. innwrnjBHro

and on St. Lucie river, a few miles beowEden best fruit is none too good for our people. should be mixed with corn meal until Hood's Naraapnrllta cures rheumatism, known as tho Edgerton Orange

40 of which being northeast To produce it, we must fight and the meal assumes a darker color. The dyspepsia, catarrh, that tired feeling, Grove, situate on the west sldoof Indian
tuarter of northeast of section destroy the fruit enemies. Ho is trying speaker gave full directions for planting scrofula, salt rheum, boils, humors and River, a few miles south of IliKskledgoNhe
quarter residence, good wharf, river front,
II, township 38, south of range 41 east; a wash to prevent the work of the moth and caring for the young plants. Seedbeds all blood diseases.Hood's (10 acres of land, 2.'acres In bearing or.anrte .

i>e other 40 Is the northeast quarter or the tree borers, and so far with giatlfying should be started as early as January. Fills are prompt, efilrleut, always grove. One of the must desirable

southeast quarter of section 3, results. He did not care to report In transplanting he has learned to reliable, easy to take, easy to operate. places on the Kaat Const. Ten minutes'
township 38, south of range 41 east. further upon it at present. After another attention to the condition of the 25c.An walk from postofllre and K. K. V. Railway
The above land can be bought for 10eracre. pay no station. Very rich land, and needs
test he would bo glad to his land and
year's weather. He prepares ,
It is suitable for pineapple, no fertilizer. .
"Ke, lemon or lime growing. give further Information. when ready to set bis plants he first eminent professor says that the Will bear about 000 boxes of oranges

Will be sold in lots of 40 acres, for VARIOUS EXPERIMENTS KEPOHrFfi.Prof. moistens the spot where the plant is tobe age of fish is Almost unlimited. As to this yoar, and In three years will bear

* n. This land will soon be worth 50 set then makes a hole with the dibble length of the life of fish, It Is said that i,000 boxes. rtrst-chiMs In every respect. WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROIUl
> r acre. Rolfs spoke in favor of planting Fine sail boat, all kinds of tools, etc., togo
Apply to C. n. Walton, Advocate new land to avoid the root puts in the plant and packs the dirt the ordinary carp, if not Interfered with with property, which will lie sold at a
''Wee; or to Bobbins & Graham, TltusF peaches on there Is firmly about it. Then six or eight would live 500 years. The ordinary goldfish low figure. Apply to the attorney for
le knot. He did not know as any been known to live 1)0years. ()
tf inches away be thrusts the dibble Into has also owner,
cure for this disease; but by planting on V. L. Oaili>rv,
in oblique position .
the ground an
new land the trouble may be avoided, toa TItusville, Fla.
"Wnad0 need in the of the point reaches a point Immediately 't>eY.' T-0Af. IS""*'. 70AtVhal
_nvelopesnote you and letter hoads way, bill great extent, was asked whether beneath the plant. Into this hole he Yellow .JwhhIIco Cured. PEFFER'S NERVJQOR Old)
t* 8tatenents, tags, cards, etc ? The question the pours water freely, and closes the opening Suffering humanity should bo supplied Orange drove ami I.enltfence | ga d a.MAaf..il>< ami .aja sail
" shall be glad to have share of quinces can be giown with profit on for its ttiar. fal
a your with dirt.The moisture will remain with every means possible lan r oer jtniee
rk. We have a first-class fob departk.J East Coast. The discussion indicated below the plant for thirty days. It relief. It Is with pleasure we publish for Kale.A w/fiMavr*. tatTae, Mahtlip* ajarvoaaae.a.Vaalaalane.l>I-aiSfaarar'ae Vltallte,,
>t connecte<* **" the Advocate, that In South Florida they will not thrive the following: "This Is to certify that I lifter e a, ValltnaMeaaerr..Waatlae I l -
d all we ask la of work. had done so In his ground during the sufferer from yellow Jaundice ,e.e. ami o/l *f"t* *t * a share your but in the northern and was a terrible fine grove and garden property of1J *4ilsrrt J *. Warda off Innanltr en profitably;
1 present droughty The after treatment for over sis months, and was treated the Indian River ion ft lw.ttroavi-ft Impiiae a w irl>iMeeneatiftiite en
of the state the quince acres, fronting on nil M. ati.ifji vt.liU a ur.Hti western portion of the crop Is generally well known togrowers. by some of the best physicians In our and extending back to the county road nt HBKrKH'at *KatVIU at, op antMl for la.aarmoarnail .
does better.Mr. and all to no avail. Dr. Boll, our laea.NMiaea. Pr.paia plain writ
city 1) miles south ofTItusville
at about ,
Sharpes er. per too*, or e> for *. wits fa.ltl
Thornton recommended banking druggist, recommended Electric Bitters; known as the Urock place; irrlOea llaaraatae ta with The entire address was full of practical and after taking two bottles, I was entirely house four I Pamyhlat free.MoM be ilrturaiala.A'Unx
Inches high trees good
pench trees about eight fiOil bearing ; .'riVta jdKUlV .Cjk.md'X, laieaaa* lift.
and should be published cured. I now take great pleasure and
and kitchen servsnts' house
October as a suggestions rooms ;
sand from May to Sold J. D. rlcreven only.Royaltansy .
clean them by ,
protection against the moth of the borer.He and put into the hands' of every grower suffering In recommending from this terrible to maltdy.any person Iam packing Apply bouse.to I'rlce, f>lH! )<).00.

had practiced this on about fifteen n the state. Judge Puling was a grower gratefully yours, M. A. Hogarty, RooHtNS A Oka if am.Attyev .

hundred trees, and had found only five of tobacco in Wisconsin for twenty Islington, Ky." Hold by F. S. Chaffee, for owners, pills i*
years. He has bad experience In North druggist. TItusville, Fla.Bos ,

borers. tbeir experience and West Florida, and be Is satisfied that setrnuMuvrur.Mr,rwllaeta mm!aala TtcveurajlsvA reoaf f u a**.
Several gentlemen gave enantor lOaamaauratloa.
er.an.d. eieamlva f-ttnf
Few had all parts ofHbis state are adapted to the Flogging has become so Indispensable .Mow wmmt ky Over f oaealaSlae.
with the KeUey plum. *!Tobarro Spit lad Hawks Toer f Ife Aw r.To ljtvlrorelaellva* areaijk SWer ->
tobacco. It In Russia that some Inventor has perfected
of high-grade ta
The production >* Sa eaee t-aMatWaw. { *
tysea be
secured satisfactory quit tobaeeo easll* and lorevar, ns( bua, latU but.I tuiaaeaalad
sparsely.Mr. would not do, however, to plant on low, a machine which saves tho human setle.full of life, nerve and tl-ur. take No-T papar. ha par plala wrapper. iMawd fi la.atampa .
grow, but they fruit Is seedling wet land. The best situation Is what arm. Under the flagellation of the machine Bae,the wonder-worker, than makts weak man. f roe ora partloular.i irr rrrrisk awls aturaS) vALAawOOLAnal >
there a
Tabor stated that strofiaT. All druggists,EOa or si. Cnregasrso.teed. Chtaaaa, JU.
known as the excelsior may be called sweet pine land, with a taxes, and arrears are to become Booklet end sample free. Address

which of will the Kelsey fruit la all parts of the penin yellow sub-soil. Too much potash should speedfy collected. Sterling Kerned/ CoCblssgo er New York. Sold by J. D. Scre-en, only.

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H> 1SDIAS RIVER ADVOCATE. construction of such highways will ezuellan and Cuban complications Eau Gallic.Mrs. SAYE MONEY And Boy From #**

materially Increase the value of the government has never been for

farms and country property, and an instant without the active support
a W BKl.V JOI7KHAL DKVOTKD TO TBI DBVBb* Treutler Is visiting at Tltusville,
OrafKXT Or TUB IHDIAH BtVBB, U acts as a stimulus and attraction of all the people in any aggressive where she expects to remain a week ortwo.
WORTH AHI1 BMOArUa BAYBOTIOn*. for immigration.Fi.okiuianh measure which it might .

choose to inaugurate, and it is as Editor Oalln. of the Melbourne Times, Feed Garden Seeds Flour

PUBLISHED KVEBT FBIDAT.Caaauts One hundred thousand people well for the mock chivalry of such tried the new bicycle road Tuesday, between Grain, Hay, ,
Inter*" nations as Spain to know that our here and Melbourne, and found It
can be accommodated at the Crystal people are ever ready, and that just a pleasant Spin. Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.

It. WAtTOW, Editor A Proprietor.niHOnntlnnanPa Palace, at Sydenham, England. when they enter upon any enterprise Ensign Gibbons makes frequent trips
will between Eau Oallie and Canaveral, superintending
they enter it
upon as the new signal for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless
Since the enactment of the wor> on Agent to
of advt*. roust fee roada perseuallr new assured winners.Chauncey man nJ>
station at the latter place. beast. Only sell f r cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations.
at tMs office or by writing. tariff law, French, German and

'exist wateti English manufacturers are invest* REPUBLICAN MEETING.At Monday Miss Delia morning Kltchell, where left she for will Daytona visit Office 1-24 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, TlK I IP.

'100 f| Check,eto.,may be made pajahle to CHaatasa. ing money in manufacturing establishments relatives during the summer.Col. .
Walton,publisher andjproprlntorAl'lress in the United States, a meeting of the Republican county
ior of. which silk"mill committee, held at Melbourne on the Dexter, after a very pleasant winter
are a new at
hag t| among 10th inst, the following resolutions were spent at various places on Indian E. McMURRAY Carriage and
Mil all nninmunlcatlon. to Paterson, N. J., a dress-goods plant passed: River,'left for bis Rhode Island home

peoplji INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE.TlTVaVILLB. at Athenla, N, J., a velveteen mill 1st 'that In the absence of present last week. &

fLOmlBA.Nbw at Mystic, Conn., and others, in Information as to the time of meeting of Henry Howard has purchased the
have J; which foreign capital will give employment the State Convention, the calling of the boiler formerly used on the steamer BIKER,
eo low I Republican County Convention la deferred It Sebastian Materials!
to American workmen. Courtenay, and will remove to ,
haveff YoiiKOrricBi until such information Is received.2nd for saw mill purports.Horseflys Dealers In
themM.Ncf That It is the sentiment of the
|* Metropolitan Building,I Madison .Ave.l Tub defenses of Florida should meeting that the Republicans maintain are very much ,in evidence Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts J
will to furnish etc.
their organization, and at the just now, and we guarantee ,
In mil' consjst not only of guns and torpedoes time shall consider the placing proper in the some of the largtat and meanest B cvcles, Sundries, etc. ,

di land tLJ., ... U. S. Department of Agriculture but also of a formidable field of a county ticket.3rd specimens extant.Mrs. Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

"Weather Bureau Jupiter, Fla. array of disinfecting apparatus That the committee thinks It advisable O.C. Converse la vlslling ber slater
Dyatjfft and quarantine regulations; for if for Republicans to participate In Mrs. Brainerd, at Walden cottage.Mr. .
Democratic .
the primaries.4th Converse U engaged oo the government
war continues Florida will be
That all Democrats who Interested
The following ih a comparative slatem.jnt are work at Miami.Mr. The NewSelden
the point of departure of troops In good countygovernment, and
and rainfall for the
of temperature 1WW.1S08 for Cuba, and of arrival of returning the placing In office of competent men and Mrs. J. W. Merrill and Mr.
week ondlntf Tuesday, May 10, and from the In state and county matters, are welcomed and Mrs. Chat Us Menill, left for Kaunas
troops refugees In the Republican ranks, and their City, Tuesday, letrvlng their Tiopio place
MIN. island. The diseases which orig presence will be appreciated and their In charge of lohn Wynn, until their return Cypress Door Company
64 01 inate in Cuba are more to be co-operation invited. next fall.Capt. .

04 dreaded than the soldiers which James T. Hooo, W. J. Nesbltt, of the Banana ,

118 Spain could send to Florida, for Secretary. River line of steamers, inado a flying trip
while the latter are not feared by to Palatka and other poiuts last week.It .
.53.M the American citizen, the unseen, Daytona. la rumored that a new steamer will be Opened Octotier 1st, lsOil, turned the steam on to

05 insinuating disease germ is a foe added to his line shortly. One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door Sash
Total ralnf til for the week! 0.17 Inches which cannot be despised. Judge Hamilton's residence on the Conductor Bugbee. of the East Coast ,

Dapartuie from normal Inches.rainfall for the peninsula la quite imposing. Railway, may beelied upon to lurnish General Wood Plants in the United States.
week: mlnu n.DIJ Dopnrture authentic) war news whenever questioned and Working
from normal rainfall alno January 1. War Is rather an expensive luxury The Young People's Social Circle will on the subject. The other day he reported

1.mimisoS'ijinches. and we think some of our millionaires give a "book" social at Mrs. Stanley's that the Daunt less had captured And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eight
W. Cwonk, Observer. should this evening.Capt. Morro Castle and towed it into Key vears In Cypress) the patrons of our tcompany may confidently expect tbe bat
help to meet the
Suckett and Lieut. Foster, of West. possible material and workmanship at our bands. Our production will com
outlay by means of an income the St. Augustine Rifles, were here a Doors. Sash, Bliuds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Giant,ete.CHAS. .
tax. Secretary Alger has recently few days ago. Lotus.n. .
command Florid-
to called for estimates from
inn I* I In* Forest fires to the north of us have
pular cry.An the beads
of the various
bureaus been filling.the air with smoke for several Martin paid Lotus a vi.lt the latter
comprised under the War Department days, but seem to be under control part of this week.Mrs. N. WELSHANS

Aiiicricin firm, it is thought, roughly approximating the now. R. B. Stewart paid our merchant ,

Im likely to m-cure' the contract for amount of money which will be required Herbert E. Smith, who had charge of a visit the laiter part of this week.Mra. .

the eleetrip lighting of the Egypt- to carry on the war unjil the Fountain City house during the J. A. Booth was culling on
inn pyramid* a scheme now l June 30, 18.91*. In response thereto the winter, has taken .the Seaside Inn for friends one day thin week.C. PLASTER,

)ng con I em plated by the British he has received the following summer season.We Collins was doing our merchant the

govern men t. estimates, aggregating $137,312184.39 ,- are of all John glad Y.to Detwller learn of, of the New appointment the latter part of this week.Messra. ** HAIR AND LATH. ##

: Smyrna, to the state fish commissioner* C. D. anil E. R. Provost called
The bulletin system, 'which la Commissary department, ,$15C.'J3,085.00 ship. It Is a capital selection on the at Normandie, Sund ty laat.J. State Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils.

now such a feature among leading Qiiiu-terraaator'a dep'mt. 49oiJ,000.00: ( part of the ofliclals. B. Pruner coinnwnced |>aln'ln NCD.

dally newspapers, was inauguratidby Chief Paymaster-general's signal officer dep't. 62,0.13,008.3 288,0.10.00om !) Leon Despland and family left last Provost's dwelling house Monday.J. Old 'Phone 8. )v\ 13 Hogan Stnrt

the lute lloland Worthing!on, Dnspland will have of the ,
who for many years was connecti-il Surgeon-general's dep't. . 8<>0,000.00 Hill hotel on Murray charge Isle and Murray on friends at Brantley, Sunday after
Office chief engineer. . .. expects noon.O. .
with the Boston Traveler. i. 6,000,000.00 to return here in the fall.C. .
Inspector-general's dep't. 384,400.00 F Paddiaon transacted business in
O. Burgoyne and wife off for
are a
Total, ..9137,312,184.30'The little jaunt, but Mr. H. can't stay away Lotus thefirstof this week, reurniug
M. Depkw rightly said : by steamer Courtenay. FERTILIZERS.
very long he will have to return and
"Nowhere in the union, nowhere in overaee the building of his steam yacht. The truckers are still shipping from ...
*>any country or elf me, ran a miinetart According to statements made The abetter on the island la nearly finished this section and are realizing fair pi ices.Mrs. .

with sn little capital, with in the report of th<* United States and matters will soon be ready Thomas Green Is having quite a
for laying the keel. She Is
to 73 feet
euch certainty of success, in such department of agriculture, fibre long, with 14 feet beam, number of palm trees set in her front
"a variety of flelds, as in Florida." made from the pineapple leaf will yard tor a protection to ber shrubs and VEGETABLE FERTILIZER.
eventually take Capt. Bingham has received orders by flowers.Mrs. .
a prominent place telegraph to recruit his company to the Specially prepared out of tbe purest materials and recommended to groven,
the constituents J. M Ennia left for her old home
Out of the list of utmost and at the latter
lengthy report Tampa
author's because they are the highest standard of excellence.
fabric. at Moss BlufT, where she will spend the very
Samples of this
fibre of this
names inscribed on the walls part Some of his men,
summer with friends and relatives.Messrs. .
of the when twisted to the size of binding believing that the Rifles were not to be
For other
new Congressional haveARMOUR'S
Library twine, have shown a breakage ordered out, had gone to St.' Augustine J. D. and J. M. Ennis left for crops we
at Washington, that of Herbert strain of ICO to join a company there, but they have a two months 'gator hunt on the St. ORANGE TREE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S .
Spencer, England, Is said to be the pounds ; and in addition been ordered to await orders. An ap Johns River and as far down as Lake
only one represented in the flesh at when spun, surpass in fineness peal la to be made, especially amongst Okechoobee. FRUIT AND VINE.ARSIOUR'S .
and lustre the fibre from flax.As the ex-members of the company, for
this time. We
to hear of the
volunteers to fill the ranks are sorry death of BLOOD BONE AND POTASH.
a substitute for silk and up to their ,
as a full strength. Dr. Fish, of Georgiana. He Is one of the
to material for mixing with wool or old settlers and Is greatly missed.E. .
United States has a coaling cotton Compare our analyses with those of any other manufactures. We can[gin
useful, too, for cordage, R. Provost will have some Improvements
station at Hawaii, and if she la you other Fertilizers or Fertilizer materials.
sewing silk twist laces made
or his
etc., it on dwelling In a lew
able to defend that, it la all that is is said to possess a very promising days, and then the painters can begin Use our Complete Brands and you will get the very best results. AoaljM

needed for naval purposes.. The value. The manufacture of this A light shower fell here Wednesday work.L. prices, etc., furnished on application. We shall appreciate a trial order.
exigencies of war, nor any other fibre is an industry) which might morning. E. Provost has contemplated tbe

consideration, except greed,justify very easily and profitably be Another picnlo is booked for the contract on C. D. Provoat's dwelling
the annexation of the islands.Timc carried in Southern Sebastian river, Saturday.Frits house. He will soon have It painted, ARMOUR & COMPANY,
on Florida
and then It will show up In gteat shape.
and it represents big money for the Light la rebuilding the White Jacksonville. Fla.
Master Raburn Otwell
building of several handsome Elephant. paid our town
enterprising spirit who will start
a visit this week. Judging from tbe
dwellings, also a school bouse sueh a project. Robert Roberts has launched his bicycle amount of tomato carriers be carried

for, white pupils, and the establishment boat.G. off he must be shipping large quantities 0. BoiJ

of an electric light plant, R. Pitzer, of Jacksonville, was hereon of vegetables yet.If ESTABLISHED 1876.

are among the recent improvements AMERICAN MANHOOD.Mant Wednesday.Mrs. this country waits any longer before

.Geo. W. Vanderbilt has Geo. narle, also family, left on sending our soldiers to Cuba, there wont
added to the model town of Btlt- Whatever may be the outcome Tuesday to join her husband at Miami. be anything there to fight but tbe jackals
as the Spanish are dying In thousands
I flji more, N. C of the present complications which Miss Florida Kltchlng and Master with the Cubana. We will help

surround the United States, one Cleveland Kltchlng returned home from them through after the rainy season isover. Commission -
people will get wealthy thing, at least, has been established Cocoa on Monday. Merchant. . Fruit & Pit

over the present war. Take only and that is that American The yawl Osprey took quite a party

one instance, that of Admiral manhood may be depended upon down Baptist to services.At Reams,. Sunday, to attend the LJTIIIA SPRINGS, OA.SWEETWATER 07 Murray St., NEW YORK.

SampSon, whose share of the.prize for any emergency.
When the first Napoleon riding the last picnlo on 'the Sebastian WEEKLY MARKET REPORT :
i money Is .now over $100,000. But was river Miss PARK HOTEL.IJtbla .
Amy broke
Kltohlng thlaseason's
that is nothing to what the manufacturers roughshod over the nations of record Strawberries, poor to prime/per qt 0 08 to Oil
by landing a trout. Springs,Near Atlanta,Oa. '
af arras and ammunition Europe, toppling crowns and holding Potatoes" new Heb'n and Rose, No 1, per bbl.. .. .1 4 50 to 6 0
Moonlight sailing parties have been Florida and New York sleepers pans our door. Chili Red, No 1, per obi 400to OJ
will the is kings as prisoners, he contemptously Hotel opens Feb.18. The most bealthf uf
ere war loca
get over.At quite numerous the past two weeks. tion la the Soath. Never any cases of conta5Iouj Culls to seconds ; .. wt* It
referred to the English Several parties have been turtle hunting, or infectious diseases, or even malaria-, Beets, Per crate ; 063 to
as a nation of shop-keepers ; yet but as yet with no success.Mr. the place to spend the spring months with
this time it may interest when the day came that meant his and Mrs. Jaa. Hudson left the too out warm risk. to Not be as safe.cold as Rooms mountain with resorts both grates, nor Celery" 3 to 4>i doz. per crate .' 1 75 to 1
that lime
many to water (a and 5 to 8
defeat steam heat electrio light*, private) baths, 150 to 10tol3
it at the hands first of the week for
was of these their home
summer and toilets,hot and cold
moderate solution) is a cheap and running water. un I" ; lOOtolM
In Pine Bluff
shop-keepers who knew Ark.R. parlors and glass-Inclosed ' *' '
how porches.
excellent disinfectant for cotton to privileges. Hotel cost $'.100,000. All Stop kinds over of Cabbages, per bbl crates !.. ,..I' ! .. IC"10 JS
and liaen work in time of peace and how to B. Spratt and family hrve moved medicinal baths and the strongest Llthla water Cucumbers, per crate 2 50 to
goods, but not for woolen fight in time of war. This expression here from the East side to spend tbe troubles.known for Bend rheumatism for kidney and bladder Lettuce, poor to fair '. .!. .! .1! !!' !! !" !"!! .. 0 25 to 07jj
articles circular.
the latter S'i.50 to$4 '" '
as are somewhat summer, They will one of the per da Tomatoes, fancy carrier .1' [ /
of contempt came from occupy $15toS2Sper weeks less by the month. H. per . . OOOto If
deteriorated by its use. The Hudson cottages. I Blake,,lata of Pass Christian and Manltou,Colo! fair to good I50to2
l authority is from a well-known men who were merely idealists, as Peppew, per ; 112 to lM
German journal. against men who engaged in business String beans, wax, per bsk't IBOto 200
and who attended to the practical exp. per crate lento ?
affairs of life; and set up In .HAMMOND i *re gbt, per crate 1 B0 fjj
The custom of throwing rice af.ter PACKING CO. Squash, yellow, per crate 125to
comparison men whose .
I a bride and groom is said to ambition was to wear gaudy greatest uniforms . . Squash, white, per crate OOOto 1<

have originated in India, rice be.ing and to march to the strains (Formerly The G. n. Hammond Co.)
an emblem of feeundlty with of music
military as against the
the Hindus, and in a delicate way men who stood behind counters or OUR SPECIALTIES :

informs the happy couple that it is who skilled
the wish and hope of the thrower This characteristic artlsanship.of the Eng "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon I represent the Old Hartford, Liverpool and London and Globe, A 0l

that they may follow the scriptural lish nation has been inherited by "Coin Special" canned meats."Calumet" Providence A Washington, Fireman's Fund, and Sun Mutual.

injunction" to "increase and] multiply. the people of the United States. hams and breakfast bacon. Z3T Lowest rates guaranteed. Write for rates, etc., to

Immersed C. S. SCHUYLER, A ertTItosvifle.
though our people may
"Calumet" leaf *
lard. 1
be in business
they are ever ready
The first cost of construction to stand up for their rights, and Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .

for good roads, like all other good they have not, and never will,
things, is apt to be high, but there reach that point where business compound lard, sausages

is no municipal or county investment and selfish interests will be so and all Tacking House Product*. < PRnmwcOF

that will make as good re. strong that they will not rally to

turn for money expended. As 'has the call of their country and fight FLORIDA BRANCH : Jacksonville, Fla.jy Executed at theADVOCATE ALL KINDS-
fceen times demonstrated 'tbt for their convictions.
many In the Ven- Write as for quotations, and yon will be pleased. ,



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,"Kl''n trees

Several Ranyanites went over to. the .FERTILIZERS.
ocean beach last Friday night, turtle
hunting, but woio uiiHUccei.sf.il lu tiudingany y. .
of the sea-liens, owing to the
fact that this | i ing has been cooler than
usual, and the largo sea turtle has not
begun to lav.

When in want of any kind of building

material, in ear loads or otherwise, the
Builders'' Snp.lv, Co., at St. Augustine,
will be pleased to imke A
you w delivered
price at your ntatiou. You have no | G-rowers
agent s or middleman's commission topay.


All AroiiTifl 37ortllSHoir.

POWDER Rockledge.Rockledge Price $26.00.GUARANTEED fcy Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply tous

Absolutely Puro ANALYSIS: for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money.

la weaiing Its summer gaib. Molntnr Ammonia* .....,.'. a s to to to STEAMED BONK, RAW BONE,

The Hay Day plcnlo of Equal to ulphat* of Ammonia. ... ......a............. SO to 2S BLOOD AND BONK ACID PHOSPHATE
was a very Available I'honphoiio AeldKqnal *m***<. > . ...... , . 5 to S ,
ROYAL.UMNO W>WOt*CO.,MIW YORK. poor order this year.We to Bona rnosphata of Urns... ..... .. ... .. ., .. ... 11 to 13 DISSOLVED BONE NITRATE OF SODA
fnluh K3 OKqaai .......... ......a..,..,.,.. 6 to S ,
regret to learn that Mrs.OeorgeN. to Sulphate of Potash StoleMagnesia
Hatch Is still quite ill.H lime,Soda, sto. SB to 60K3T STEMS,

; J. Rossiter and wite have gone to *<
Key West.IlUe Michigan for the summer. COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINTT AND POTASHES. .
IT Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low oMelbourne.
Quito a numher of our people visited
m ny Mends of Cbas. Curry will the bicycle races at Cocoa ug May 3rd.Tho .

Icret to last learn week.ITwo of. bis death, which ooIrwd the leaves continued on the diy orxngu weather trees Is cuil making very Please Correspond with us beforo being inducod to buy from Donlovs.Pamphlet. Send for

Spanish boats, laden with dried badly. We are longing fur rain. hi .

Vf were captured In Cuban waters Harry fj. Ever lio Is now in Rochester M.

)ii brought here.Hon. N Y., has just had a windmill LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.

Hoke Smith, one of the biggest and tank erected on his ornnge grove.Mr. ,

in the Atlanta Journal, was and
jockholders Mrs. A. D. Baldwin, after '
recent visitor to Key West. enjoying several months at their orange TcLc3rson."vill, DF'loxia.CL.

Dupont and the auxiliary cruiser grove, have started for tlielr summer
ornet The while cruising along the Cuban home in New Haven, Conn.

a t last Friday night, were fired upon Captain A. J. Canova and family have Fort Pierce.Whoro .
is large body of cavalry, which was gone to Lurchmont, X. Y., where they The Premier Flour of America.
re d along the shore. According toe will remain dining the summer. They GOOftE ft OOODE. R *l Eitite anil Loan*.
DupoDt's story, the lire was reroed stopped over In Jacksonville a day or soon ARent for .Aetna, London and Liverpool and aro the Fort Pierce homo
by the boats, scattering the Span- their way noitli.R. Globe,and Imperial Fire Inanranne. Special guards ?
and the Matanssas for Millions attention paid to the intereau uf non residents. .
i troops were bombarded. Barricades inurse II. Patterson is trying his hand at We are glad to note A. Hall Is Improving M.i1ft

of erection were said to have been tobacco raising. The Advocate has every day.Vegetables. Unexcelled
and Spanish soldiers given quite a lot of seed away to East HOTEL CAKXETOW, MELBOURNE. FLA.IIOHiitifiilly Biscuit
molished, many still
Coast lesidents uttuated on a hlirh bluff, overlooking aro being shipped
lied, as afterwards wagons were seen dining the past two ormoie the Indian River. "lr t-ola accommodations from here. i '"MI
yeais, tree. All that is required isto .
dead or wounded. Next ,and rates renaonalile.F.
urnloK ting away the forts opened fire upon the send a stamped-addressed envelope to RUBEKTOOK, Proprietor. Judge Jones was a visitor to town,

apontand llornet, but ihey were outrange the Advocate office, Titusville. That Tuesday evening. For and

and no damage was done; bomrdingwas biings the seed, which Is sent at the expense WHEN YOtI OO TO MELBOURNE call at the This place was visited by a good rain 9 ih i atisi tw
however, resumed by the of the editor of the pink paper.J. llnuiar, Mm. Chan J. K. Campbnll Co., Millinery last Saturday, but It Is still very dry,
Notions, Goods Ladies'
Kate wbat fortifications there weiet Dry readymaila -
and and woven Underwear, Ferris' Renowned
Mrs. Hogg has returned from her
[t were eventually silenced. D. CltABIt keeps a tlrst-clana Saloon Wines, Cornets,etc,embroidery and colored silks, Bread
i been, wtiinkles. brandy anil rum, Imported souvenir spoons,Stationery,ete.IIOTFL to Miami greatly Improved In health..Mrs. Paslry.JACKSONVILLE .
anil iloim-stio tuliiu ami ,
cigar* c<> cigarettes
f rlue of liquor* from 8J no In ti in) pur gallon.lr II. Summerlin, accompanied by
Miami. <>niit attention to telegraph unit mail BKLLEVUE, MELBOURNE, FLA.Lovelv Miss Helen Bevill, paid St. Lucie a visit
order*. Terms Caah. Cocoa, h la.J. view or Indian River. In a eheltered on Monday.
D. CKABU, Agt.St. situation Superior accommodations. Moderate
Isitting Captain Saunders has returned from Represented F. M. BURST FLA.
The Florida in a track East scale Coast near Railway the old rates.W.. R. CAMTOELL, Proprietor. Titusville, making a very quick trip In by ,

pot.Mr. Augustine.C. the Mattlo U.L. .
Jacksonville Insurance
and Mrs. D. M. Connolly are now overlooking Indian River i homelike aocmnniniturlnnx Bragntttn, A
Lemon where they have left here for the and good board. Rates VI no per agent, has been leglsterml at the Fort
siding at City, B. Knott south onMonday's
dayorSiM( ) to {7.00 per week, according to Pierce hotel the List few days. SEEDS Field and Garden SEEDS.
me property.F. train.J. location of room. Hiwoial rate* to luverpeople.
CIIAH. T, M<'I IUI K, There meeting In
was a temperance
T. Budge and family are enjoying a E. Ingraham has returned from his Proprietor.LFOV .
tit to Captain and Mrs. J as. Frltchard, trip do* n the East Coast. the Methodist church, Sunday evening,
which was enjoyed by a largo number.ofpeople. tfic
Tltusvllle.Col. Seed House in State.
Captain .and Mrs. Thomas M. Woodruff A. PETvK M. ., PHYSICIAN AND Largest
C. Hale, a well known steamboat of Tallahassee, weie lecent visitors BURGEON, Melbourne, Fla.Dr. .
Last Friday evening a party
in, of Titusville, was a recent visitor to our city. went down to C. F. Olinstead's surprise in F. M.Tyler's Special Varictlos of Corn for Florida. Seeds for Fodder crops.

this place. Several young men arrived here from Peek mails to Jacksonville launch. Everybody seemed to Cassava Seed, 7Ro. por 100, bust. Send for Prloa List.L. .
a flying trip
Editor Bytngton has changed the Flag- Titusville, Sunday evening, to join the have had a most enjoyable trip.
last Saturday and returned Sun
color of his paper to white, which isid St. Augustine Light Infantry. Fire broke out In Mr. Greenbeck's CAMERON, Seedsman,

to be an Improvement.Messrs. The "pink paper of the East Coast" Is day.A. and the hoiel, Wodnosday morning at 3:.'!(), the 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.AlsoPiiper .
R. Hodgson family were
Wm. M. Brown and E. L.ady much in evidence at our postouice every building being burned to the ground.
of Titusville and this place, have Saturday morning. It is too well known guests last of Mr.. and Mrs. Cbas. Campbell Many people lost their entire effects.J. ; Sholl Poacan Trees, 1 to 3 years, Olustoe stock, $13 per 100. *
urned from a trip to Key West.Mr. to mention its name.A Jlbb, accompanied by a few of our
Goo. G. Gleason, of Eau Gallie,
C. T. McCarty, of Aakona, has number of people were at the young men, left on Monday for St.
en down here In the interest of the depot last Saturday to have a peep at was in town last Tuesday, calling on Augustine, to enlist with the rllles. We

nit Growers' Association, looking after the Spanish prisoners of war, as they some of tier many friends. wish them all good luck and a safe CHESEBRO BROTHERS &

ncapples.S passed through en route to Atlanta. John McAllister, of Eau Gallie, was return.

M. Rowley, of San Mateo, tobacco Over $!KX) of delinquent personal taxes In down town on Tuesdxy his wheel., on buslnoss. He came The fostlval held at the City Hall last

mmisBloQer of the East Coast Railway, have been collected by City Attorney Saturday evening was a decided success, WHOLESALE
a been down here on business connect- Mac Williams, which Is a very satisfactory Miss Helen Valentine, of Tillman, though there were not many present,
with his department.Uerge showing. came up last Monday to attend the locture but all report a most enjoyable time.
given by Dr. Peek to the Ladles' The proceeds were given for the beneiltof
Henry Dickinson has gone toj Two aldermen have been elected by Emergency Corps.'Ernest the Methodist church at this place, CJOMMISSON J7lSH ,
West In his newly-chartered steamer our Town Council John Andieu, who for the purpose of fencing and clearing
.imante. She has gone in the interest succeeds E. W. McBride from the First C. Bixler, of RIverview hotel, up the grounds. Special thanks are due

the New York Journal. Ward, 'and Eugene Masters, to succeed Jacksonville, who came here for his Mrs. Mlddlebrooks, of the Baptist No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New York.
Vedder from the Fifth Ward. health about two weeks ago, returned
been asked C. J. church, also Mrs. Depew and daughters,
Tour lether correspondent Wm. M. Brown has, of Titusville, Our Light Infantry has been requested home last Saturday.Mrs. of the Episcopal church; while our SPECIALTIES.' Spanish Mackerel, Sheephoad, Pompano, Bluenah, Re J

cr expects to raise the wreck he rently to recruit up to the standard required V. J. Watson left here last townsmen responded most liberally to {snappers, Klngflsh, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks.StenoUa .
bought near Lantana. Some say by the government, and Captain J. W.Sackett Saturday for her homo In New Hampton, the good work. The net proceeds were
IUferenco furnUlied If il lre promptly supplied Is trying pump ber out.it and Lieutenant J. C. R. Foster N. H., after spending some time visiting 13.10. *
have been down the East ('oast to enlist ber brother, M. P. Horton, of East Mel
was with much regret that our peolieard bourne.
recruits for their company.
of the death of Mr. Charles Courtenay.C.
irry, of Key West.He was well and The excursion and picnic given by the Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Harden left here FOR SALE Home-Grown
rorably known here, and was respected management of the South Beach company last Saturday for their summer home In

all who knew him. The cause of his for the benefit of the St. Augustine Oswego, N. Y., but It will not be long O. Blyth visited Cocoa, Saturday.Col. .
was quite an admirer of the Adcatb affair. There was fully BOO people present home here.A J. G. Bast spent a couple of days

and considered It the best and during the day, aud the receipts large number of our people went to In Titusville last week. Or the following Varieties :

i8t newsy weekly paper published on were good. the depot last Saturday to see the officers John Henry, of Titusville, spent last Abbaia Porto Rico Golden Ripley Smooth
East Coast. of the Spanish steamer Guido, as they Monday night here.Jas. Egyptian Queen, Qaeen, Queen,

[.and Commissioner J. E. Ingrahams Georgiana.Dr. passed through here on their McPherson way as W. Harper, of Banyan, spent a Cayenne, Pernambaco and Red Spanlsb.

returned to St. Augustine after aiasant prisoners Atlanta of war Ox.Mr. to Fort few days with relatives here last week. Apply to O. 0. MATTIIAMS, Florida Pineapple Co.,
visit to this section, where we near West Palm Uuach Fla.
will ,
him. Mr.Rraham's . Holmes was sent for Sunday, to famllv Farmer Symmes new kitchen
welcome Wells and
always glad to and Mrs. W. T. the doors and
she Is worse again. be completed as soon as
exalted position has not givblm see Miss Mapes, as also Mrs. Sprague and Mrs. Virginia windows arrive.Chas. .
the "big head" like it has some Capt. Carter's wife and daughter, Miss Richmond and Vance Richmond, returned
iers connected with the road and the Bessie, from Dead wood, S. D., arrived last Monday from their pleasant T. narper attended the Indianola WILLIAM HUBER... THE JOHNSON LAW CO;
tel system. lie follows in the footps Friday, on a visit to the families of F.W. sojourn at East Melbourne, where they Social Club meeting last Tuesday ,

of Mr. Flagler, and has the noble Munson and A. B. Carter.Dr. have been enjoying sea bathing. Mr. night Shipping and Employment

alittes of a gentleman. Henry C. Fish died at his residence Wells was of-Ms called father.north He bv left the here serious Tues Rev. E. E. Johnson, of Cocoa, preached Electrical & Mechanical

Saturday, May 7, 1U8, at two illness to a large congregation here last Sunday ...AOENT...
|Buy lumber and other building maial o'clock in the morning. He had been day.Mrs. morning and evening. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
11 Laura St.
direct from the Builders' Supply ailing for some time, but was confined Emma Gillls, Claude Ulllls, Miss Miss S. J. Porcher and nephew, L. P, t
< St. Augustine, and save the lumbered to his bed only about five days. He was Anna Otllls and Geneve Hall, left here Allen, returned home from Cocoa last Orders by mall, telephone or wire will ENGINEERS. <
man's commission.Banyan.. a good neighbor kind and obliging. Aneffectionate last Tuesday, for their, northern homes, after spending several days receive prompt attention.
and loving husband. lie after spending a pleasant winter at the
with relatives there. The Most Complete Electrical SappljHonse
came to Florida many years ago. First residence of Mr. and Mrs. Henry WblyIng -
afterwards to Oeorglana, at Melbourne Beach. We hope to Among the out-slde-of-town people
Melbourne, ,
where he was united In marriage to Miss see them all return next winter, as they that attended services here last Sunday .. In the State.

Alice UalL with whom he lived very have made a number of friends here d urIng was T. 8., C. B., W. R. Sanders, Misses FIRST-CLASS
until hl death. He was In bisflf their sojourn among us. Alice, Beatrice and Jessie Sanders, D.S. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES i
It is distressingly dry in this vicinity. happily and Waller of Indlanola !
was an sM soldier Nesbitt and Sweeney Barber and Hair Dresser
tv-tblrd ; be
year will he to
day long
B. Merrill and J. H. Wynn were wore the blue for which he secured apension. Last Friday Mslbournitea, on account ; Miss Annie Goode, Melbourne; Largest stock of wire, lamp cord,

lling on B. J. HiUlard last Sunday. The funeral services was at of remembered their hard by battle with fires, which Miss Aleph Mlms, Mlms.IF None but skilled workmen employed. switches, cut-outs, cleats, knobs,
sockets lamps, shades, dynamoee
H.K. ,
conducted by for ladles' hair dressing
Private room
Miss Stella Harper, of Conrteaay, is the residence, to the beautiful looked for a while m If It would destroy and Razors put'In order.m and motors, annunciators, eleetrle*
Piling her sisters, Mesdames Milliard Hughes, according the dead, Mrs. the valuable properties of Messrs. John YOU NEED a Good, Reliable and Shampooing. bells, push buttons, extension f<>ot
d Uagan.C. Episcopal service for ef that church. Minor, John Goode, and K. W. Goods on Widely-read Newspaper, Subscribe for East Bay St. Datb Itooms. push: burglar and fire alarm*. EdU .
Fish being a member the south of town, and Messrs. James JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.B. A
for ber the AdvocatCgy La Lande. Sampson, Sal toon-
Jacksonville son.
Stewart and family are enjoying She telegraphed to Powell, W. I. Metcalf and W. T. Well* batteries batteries

and ,
lao Imperial dry
it among the hospitable people, of mother Mrs. Hall, but she did not nt. on the north part of town. If It bad and engines >
Hall met tor naphtha gas ;>
vine this week.J. rive onill Sunday, when Vjsey launch. Dr. not been that nearly every man In town If you receive a sample copy of J. BUTLER. electrlo lights from water power; engineering
W. Scott Is carrying the wall from her at Cocoa with bis his careful closed bis place of Business and fought the Advocatc, It Is an Intimation that .. draughting, and complete
inyan to Tropic for a few days, while Holmes gave the doctor's death had marked him fire, much damage woukl have been It woold give us pleasure to add your Wholesale and Ketall Dealer in plans and speolUcatloas furnished.
is at Bovine.We attention, but done done, as the wind was blowing almost a name to our fast-Increasing list of sub
for hla own. Everything was by gale from the west. The old Bleak house scribers. It does not cost you three All kinds of New and Second hand THE JOHNSON LAW CO.,
are pleased to note that little kind friends that couM be done for the was burned down. It la claimed that cents per week (postage Included) when Bottles, Hides, Beeswax. Wool, '
leresa Milliard has ulte recovered doctor during his sickness and for the sparks from the fnrtt express train taken by the year, and It can be sent toyoa Bones, Itope, Canvas, Brass, Jacksonville. Fla.iroToBee \& 0
>m her recent severe Illness.J. bereaved wife after bis death. The started both fires; if this Is so, the railroad In any part of the United States or Lead, Copper, Zinc, and
tor sympathy of the whele community are officials ought to try to prevent this Canada without extra expense. All KINDS OF TOOLS. Second-hand
has the contract
the highest es
withTher; who Is held In Clothing Bought and Sold.
land for thishappening. CaatstCoaraatsed
and tor fifty
plant an orange grove her. There was
who know A 13 Madison St, cor. W. Bay,
13 weak
Uter Gilbert, at Banyan. flowersEasterfilhW lob eo habU enr ,Biases
Profusion of lovely Yacht tor Charter. JACKSONVILLE FLA. mo muoat.btooa pure. Me,U. All *>M The precinct meeting, t elect delef'0 white oleanders, white psnslee, If you ne d any job printing, we ,
the county convention, will beln white"ftoekY the most beautiful rosea; hall be pleased to get a shore of it. The sloop Golden Rale may be

Banyan on Saturday, the 14th d ther flower, in < -< chartered by the hour, day or week, on
". at 2 o'clock.W. bined with the graceful ferns, d arrangedb k Never fail to read oor 4aside pages.Yoa reasonable terms. Apply toCapt.

J. Ragaa |a having land prepared ti.them far te sad will always find something to interest Gko. Cook, The ADVOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing.iL .
how to arrange Titusville Ma.
Plant 400 more orange tree* on his just yen. ,
ice at Banyan, J, AC Jfleld Is aleo occasion.



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ikoiAil EIVEk AbVOCAtfi, itAY 12, 1898.

Strawberries APHORISMS.No The Tropical Trunk Line

nu la free who cannot eommand ,

carry better, and larger ber.ries 'himself.Pythagoras.. Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway
Self Inspection is tbe beat core for

and larger crops are raised elf eateeni. Wordsworth.Tbe JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receive*.

most nnhappy of all wen ia be

when liberally treated with who"believes niiuaeif lo ba scC Home, '-. SOUTH Kffert .Mar. *K, .

XI* live* long that Urea well, and Xo. 201>. No. 2I..MQ. 87106p I No.23 TjACKStlNVltt.lSTrTilrauge

time misspent ia not lived, but lost.Fuller. Locai *l 3fl p 1112 a3tf lark 714
Mixed 11 oopMo pm
I'eorla .
WyaudKri .. ..Magnolia.Oree A 13
112ali am 5 pin.PB. .
withPotash. Soma peoplejitadall'their life, and I14IU 1141 r .1 aII ' Sprlnics.. tintiuBOuatn .
..... .
Ona Paiataa
at their death thsy hate learned 1W BMpm
every* 11 1B
| ..
.. Hat>unia ....
thing except to think. Doxaeaqo*. Pomona...... .A"* -
., Crescent < Hy Junction 4 Mam
11 41aI2M lW>
Unkind, language ia tor* to prodooe Sevillv.iVelAMtn a
of the > IMlu24Sam
applications 1 4 p 2301 ; .., '} ? 3 3iJiii
the fruit of nnkiudueaa that Is.Tfuttert 2 Ml 3 13 l344a 12 41, Springs. 4u7pm ii
Glenwood ,...,., .
j 'V' .
lug In'the boiom or other*. Bentbam.ItmaJir Iirresfordti
TJOmplete fertilizers containing'.ash 'i'oo p44S I OlpI S49pm
.tlrnea falls out that we deem p lUaI2 \ > { a* 3 17 p m
40pI 4
much deceived in outer s, be 317 P UpII Oranire City Juno.. 2 11amlf *
less 64 38pm
OOt than XO% actual Potwu 4 41 pJ4B 3 a
w rrtfl y0H iys.Su'P.Sidney. *)p ...KnterprlMi 3 05p ni
3 sap Ar TITtJSVIIXK.... LV.Ml. 41 10
should be used. ., 44|> lor
T 011I > Tsvsr.sAr
fcaUsbneas ia that detestable vloe
( 4 3n ao I 4A|> Haofosd LvOrlaudo. >sm Tp_
Oar hooka tell ail about the subject. They which no one wiir forgive.in othera, p a ... 11 5V p m 147pm a.

Jin free to any fartaer.GSKMAN. anil no We Va wlihout hteJaalf.' k'W. .* Ifta 4B9p -.Ijsaeland.. BlBpm54Sam 12 02 pm.
1010 .Jterluw.Ar T20 u
HALIWORKS *)#sClrar.) I, 4 p Punu Dorda Lv RSOam-
SOBp ,. .,.., Tampa.Tampa'Kay 737pm WMa'jftliam'i.
The amaller the drink the clearer the
aj Mssaaa St, MnYnk, Hotel...
head and the cooler the blood, which 102BH 6 4HpSO Ar ,.. Port rsmpa.f Z.VLa. *7enp ai .,..

are great beaeilta in tefuper'aad boslbese -' SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES ,iMmi Tues and* Fri-ay sat. 3 00p|> ., ..Port Key Tampa West . tvAr ArAr 230njsiB30i> mUSOpm Thorn Wed.and,and gun t.".

fann.Tbe ..JWedandBat. 6 00 .- Havana Lv Wed,and Bat.
FRILL8 OF FASHION..T'be and Finest Cnl.lne and Serviee. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.Tbe .
private peraooat bleaainga we
Fleet is eomH>Md of tbe following; Handsome Mew Steel Steamers t"Comanche" Dally, t Daily exceiif Sunday.
new. ribbons are In plaida and enjoy, tbe bleaainga of immunity, safe* Trains as imd 7 c rrv lliMiimn Sleepers l etw n St.Louis and St. Peurobnrg.vt Paiv.

jtripes in the (.rtttiest colora imaginable. guard thanksgiving, liberty of and a integrity whole life.,'denerve Jeremy tbe
North-Bound. Trains *l and 32 Carrv Through Pullman Itiiffet Sleeping Care tietween Cincinnati unit
lor. ,
lay Train 1 li-svliig.lai-kHinullle dally lit ilWa: m.arrlves at llawthi>rne at I2H. In-J
Blaok Steamers are appointed to .iil uncording to the tnlo. (
poppies. ro )8 violets are Nothing in thia world la ao good aanseluluess. From .fACKBONVILLE, FLA,., (calling at Charleston), iumlays, Tuesdays ami rtiurai ays. nil, iifBlii BB |>. I H' lmr *', lmnks> llli'Bi4B p. in. Tram leaving.lai'ksonviliest Si,.
Jbe prevailing blovHoiiu in tbe new Momluyn, Wednesday and Fridays. rrlves at imkliimi 3.07 |i, m Ijh kOuw H:40 p. in., Tarpon Springs H:20p.: in., rinarwatsr
spring hats.Wliito It binds your fellow creature Frof hour of sailing see"Clyde Line" Schedule,or Jacksonville and Charleston'daily papers. in.. St Pereraliiira to sin p. in., dally except Sunday.W. tU1I
to yon and yon to tbeni J it tends II. COFFIN.Oeneral li. ACKKHl.V

velvet, aa well as white to tbe improvement of yonr own character papers.SouthBound. SiiperlnrHiiriHiit neneral IVssnwri

tireitNcbwanz, is aspd for tbo crown of and' real ere appointed to sail from ller 2 JCaat River, New York,at 8 p. m., aa follows iRor
gives you a iinportauceiu 'HAKI EHTON. '.. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.ForJACK80NVILLE.FLA.oalllngatCbarlestonl .
the for trimmed toquo.Tbe aociety, much beyond what any artificial ( Mondays* Wednesdays and Fridays,

latest ties for women are the station cuu bestow. B. Ci. Bnxiie. Clyde New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only ) Florida East Coast
tailor knots of silk witb broad .ends
(Calling at Charleston, S. C, both ways)
t.mictlmea trimmed with tiny plaited ITEMS OF INTEREST. STEAMERS "UELAWAKE," AND "GEO. W. CLYDE"

frilla.A are appointed to sail as follows I TIME TABLE NO. 14. IN EFFECT APKIL. \), Ilea.
From foot of HoRan Street,JaoksouviUi, From Lewis' Wharf, Boston,
The Hindoos
new and rather extraordinary skirt were the first to bae THURSDAYS. FRIDAYS.Clyde's .

iodel has a tunio back and front of an playing cards.Birmingham. SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (B rtrMtfSii

entirely different material from the underskirt. ,tarns oiat five tons ofbairplns B5iPsi No..JDaft STATIONS.CtTT *to a No|

every week.jio St. Johns River Line.UE ; DajlyLteaoVu
Slop ..*Jacksonville ... .Ar
Black de chine loaun10116b Kt.. ....St.Augustine ... tia
crepe gowna are very one an breathe at a i greater ( BAKY LINE) t0p .Lv.Ar Its
Lv.. ....Bt. Atignstlne.-. .
-irmch worn and very prettily trimmed height than seven miles from the earth.An Jacksonville,raUtka, Sanford, Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate landings on tbe St.John's River. 11 IkaTTKa Hastings LvLv

vvlth narrow ruffles of the same, edged exposition ia proposed In St Ixmiaia The elegant Sldewheel Steamer"FltJSlVK. -. TJTi ka 7 it;
10 4B Lr... ..PaJatkaAr.vr ...
tvith black lace.Tbe .Arr
gulpuro or "
obantllly iBOa to celebrate the oentennial of \ DeBAltY. WWn Ar... Han Mateo..., .... L 41o
latest novelty in feathpr boas has the acquisition of the territory formerly CAtT. W. A. BUAV7. BJIVaTTBua Lv... .. .Pan Mateo .. Ar "6St,

o0x enda, three on each aide, and fastens known as Louisiana. Lv M.Eael< PalatkaOrmond. ...Lv Tfastia
appointed to sail as follows: .
alt the neck with, a jeweled ornament, Leaves Jacksonville, 3.30 p. m. d illy,except Saturday l 5 5181p Daytona 40nS
which ia general ia .set witb rbinesltubes. LcavM Sanford 9.00 a.m.Is Enterprise U.U0 a. m.daily except Sunday Port Oranire.... i
tntp .... New Smvrna...
Notice of Maftter* IB*. Oak Hill.
Wylbowye la the name of a new cornet Read HOUND.down. SCHEDULE. Head up. 8 Slap 47p TltunvilleCitrPoint 1 B0ITsi-,

which ia recommended for stout ami by virtue of a decree of fore- Leave JTso p. m. ....Jacksonville.... Arrive 2.00 a. m. S sVtj4U0p ..... Ooooa ... ,.. 101
women. An extra pleoe laces over tbeftips UNDER and eale Issuing ont of the Circuit 8.4B p. m. .......Palatka Leave 8.00 p. m.2J0 .... Pncktedge ... 1"?!)
Court, in and for Hrevard county Florida, 8.00 a. m. Astor p. m. 4 4c44p Kan QallleMelbourne. 13 J in such an effectual manner that wherein narlea J. Root Is complainant, and 4 0 a. ma. ....St. Francis 1.00 p. m. ,. 12lnH2P
Abe figure la very much Improved.If Nannie I. Wllklnxon anil Hamilton It. Wilkinson m. ... Heresfnrd 12.00 a. m. S8lp27d Sebastian
and others > ...Blue 11.<)0 a. in.V.oo ...St, LucieFort'
aie defendants, I wtl sell at pub.Ho 4 00 a.HJO m. Springs 1'Wa'
yon would wear a white veil. It auction, in front of the court bouse door at Arrive a. Santord a. m.v.30 41pIl Pierce.,.. 10 2S9il
Titusvllle, Hrevard county, Florida, during the 9 2B a. Enterprise a. m.Cen'l pT20p ..Eden %
mast be of the daintiest
most cobwebby logal hours of sale,on the ......Jensen .... r3
lace, with diamond shaped dots and two T32D Stuart 3Hs
FIRST MONDAY IN JUNK, 1808, Passenger and Ticket Office, 204W.Bay St., Jacksonville.JHO. 8 pip Hobe Sound .... ,
er.three blaok spots to give tbe effect ofconrt belnp: the 6th day of said month, to the highest 8 21p ... West Jupiter... THSMs!
plaster. Thia is termed the Casstellane ami nest bidde* for cash, the following described 00p8uo ,. West Pnlm Beach.,
veil. real estate,situated In Hrevard oouniy. L. HnwARD. Superintendent. F, M. iBOitMotORR,Ja Fla, Pass.Agt. ... ,.Linton 7i*
Florida, to-wit iMegin Foot Hoftan St. 204 West Hay St. in Up ...Fort Lauderdale.. SiffaBKTWKEN
the eant bank of JACKSONVILLE, FLA, llB2nlliOp .....Lemon City....
Roman atrlped sashes with deep knot4ed on Indian River at the "
India rubber tree, described in a deed from ::..::: :. : Miami. Lv
sewing silk fringe on the cuds are Ituthel ,1. Stewart and wife to Stephen Ryder, Thbo.O. Eooiw,T. H., W. H.Wabburtok. T. P. A., W. H.Henderson, E. P.A.B .

revived again In all the gorgeous colors, dated Septemlwr loth, lttxi, and recorded in BOWLING URKEN, NEW YORK.WM. NKW SMYRNA AND OIIAMUS CITY JUNCTION.No. .
Hook "h., on page VM, of the record of deeds of 8No| 1 "STATION S? [No. Snl
,*nd the Iutest necktie la of Honiuu rib4 |
Hrevard county thence north 61 CO. General
| deirrrea and P.B CLYDE A Agents, 3( 10 l EvT7Ar TNew .
>on, tied in a four-lo-haud knot with 4A minutes east aiiiir a blazed line 3 ltMUO chains >Bowling Green,New Turk. la So. Delaware Ave., Philadelphia. Sip>pU8Ha a84r Lake rimvrna.Helnn .... .ArLv 121% 4MI2
to a stone corner, wu noe a marked
palm X
<4tny fringe trimmed ends. bears north I degree: i minutes east S 7-IINI feet BMplSv p .Oranue City .... p.sf:
marked ; 4 0i>pl2[ 10p ..Orange Olty Junction. I2 25p 4 IQp
.Freshen half chiffon waist also a palm X bears south S3 degree*
yonr worn 30 minutes west IS ft-100 feet; thence run south All trains bst-ween New Smyrna and Orange City Junction' Duily except Snnday
4>y adding a black veivet bolero made a degrees 4B minutes east 3 40-1011 chains to auornor MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
with small rovers covered with wbitetsllk stone, whence a palm marked X bears
north 13 degrees 30 minutes west 21 feet; also a KEY WEST AND HAVANA
and network of jet. Colored velvets )>alm marked X lieara north Sift degrees west 87eetl

tare also pretty for this purpose if the 3 ltMUO thenrte chains south to Indian SI degrees River<;M thence minutes norther west Florida, New York, The steamship City of Key W t of the- Florida K st Coast -4r am hlp Comtisnv Ism

Ibodioe ia of white or oroam.Bine ly along the rl er to point or beginning, containing Philadelphia and Boston. Miami for Key Weat on Mon lay*, Wo lie+lari an I Fi't lavs affi-r arrival of train from J rrsonvWa
one and seven one-hundredth* acres. maklnf connections at Key WeHt with 4eain r oatrioh feathers sprinkled witb Also beginning on the east bank of Indian From Brnnswlck, (via Port Royal, 9. C.,)to Na York. &m. (atandaru time) on Tuewluys, Thursdays and etaturdava, ariiving Miami next nviraiil
River at the southwest of to eoaneot with north bound train.
Oliver are a pretty decoration .for the corner tract above PASSENGER SERVICE.To .
described, thence south 23 degrees east along
tair.with evening dresa. Other novel41 the river shore B 49-100 chains to the northwest make connections with steamer* leave Jacksonville on

es are the L*>uis Helze bows of velvet corner of the tract of land late- owned bv J. B. Thursday at 4:00 p. m., via Fernandina,close connection with These Time Tables show the times at whl" rains and boats may be expected to srriwul
'ribbon oombiued with Twists Morse, but now by Mr. Jerome; thenoe north Cumberland Route steamers at Fernandina for Brunswick. depart from the several stations and por ., Im' *bcir arrival or departure at the Ubnatated
aigrets. Tl degrees eust along the north line of said tract Supper will be served immediately on leaving Fernandina. Is not guaranteed, nor does the Compuny h Itself responsible tjr any delsy or Hf
ftf chiffon and gold gauze ribbon are 14 ohaina to nanana river; thenoe north 20 oe- Passengers go at once on board Mallory steamer on arrival atBrunswick. consequences arising therefrom. >
aUao worn. New York Sun. trees west along the river shore 3 48-100 chains For oopy of local time card coll at 228 West Bay Street,Jacksonville, or addr***
to land of Charles H. Magruder; thence south '
72 degrees west along said Magruder's line to J. P. BBOKWTTHL Trafflo Maa arcr. J. D. BAHNBR, A.O.P.A
(he east able of a long pond,1 a distance of about PROPOSED SAILINGS ILv.
ITEMS OF INTEREST.It 10chains thence north 23
; degrees west along .New York Pier 21 E.Tt. Standard Time. Lr.Brunswick.
the-eaas Margin *>t the pond 2B2-IU0 chains; 3:30p. m., ( )

thenoe in a westerly direction to the southeast Friday ..
Apr. II., RIO ORANDK.COURAlMI Friday, Apr.22
Is the Chinese onstom to loangnrateJnslneaa corner of the tract first above-mentioned; thence Friday, Apr. 22. ... ..Friday, Apr. 20
yentnrea with a display of flreTtforks. along the south line of said tract to I idlan Friday, Apr. kO.. .... RIO GRANDE... ,,.Friday, May 8
Hirer,containing six and one-half aorw, more Friday, Mays.., COLORADO.... ...Friday,May 13
or less. In section 17, township 28, south range Friday, May 13.. ....RIO GRANDE.... ...Friday, Hay 20
37 east,the above onrners marked $
being by stone -
There are honses still standing in monuineuta,edoorilins;to survey f H. H( Burchfiel.of For general Information,steamers,trains,rates! etc",apply to any railroad agent or to S01theiS
.'Nuremberg, Bavaria, that were bnlltfn Nov .lsth.liMni record**Deo. 30th, 18 n, CHj\S. DA VIES.Agent,220 W. Bay St.Jacksonville.II .
the foieKoing being the land at
Brantley, bought
,H.RAYMOND General Southern'Agent Brunswick On.C. .
1M 108a of Frances V. Hartl.tt,' widow and tlnvlsee ofJiMlah ,
Hartlett.deceased,by IU H. Wilkinson, II. MALLORY,General Agent, Pier 20,E. River, and 382 Broadway,N.Y.
A otoe legged knife grinder In Philadelphia together with the riparian rights appertaining

has taught a Newfoundland dog to each of the foregoing described tracts of land

to torn his grindstone. at Also Brantley.begin at a post set on land In lot 2, township i

Berlin has a servioe of dinner carts 2A, south range 30,east, and 67J4 feet east of Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad.
Hue dividing sou tl ins 3 and 4, and 33 feet south M03T PXQELLElfT 8EHVrOB OFFERED OUT OF FLORIDA.
fvbich call at tbe homes of the workingriien of line dividing lota I and 2 of said sections;

and collect Innohea to convoy to thence go east to bank of Indian River; thence New Florida and Northern Air Line and Florida Trunk Line.
to tlrst-dosiirlbed
return post and go south 281 NORTH EAST WEST.THUOTTOH
ibo men at the factories. and 28-100 feot, ret a post; thence west VtH feet Tim* Table In Effect May S, 1898.fy .
to section line of 3 and 4: thence west 40 chains,
A newly discovered Spanish stone has leaving a fifteen foot strip for a natd as far aa

proved ho well adapted to litbograpbio5vork the publio mud: thence north 12 chains Di>H jJ3 >J
linkstoapnln In the northwest quarter of the 5-3 8 SI NOItTHERN POINTS, FTJL1.MANDRAWING HOOM CAK3. BININO .
that a. largo company baa been northeast onartor if section 4, to the south line 2 HIa TRAINS.Nos. .
which threatens to overthrow of Richard Willis' land; thence along Willi-' VE3TIBT7I.ED
the line east across said northwest quarter to the 8 OOp 8 loa 8 nop Lv..Jacksonville...Ar 9 2ftp8JAp 8 10a
Bavarian monopoly in litbograpbiottionea. quarter-section line, a distance of.20 chains; 4 4BiO'JOO> 8ABa 8 4iii| Lv... Ynlee Ar 7 21a
thence south 8 line dividing north-half of northeast qusrter 7 4Bp 2ua 10 14|> Ar.... Everett ArAr 6 4Bp 8 30a
The guardians of the poor house inQldbam from south-naif of northeast quarter; thence *4tl|> Brunswick ..LrllOAa'Ar. 10 p Thrposh Vsstibnl.d Drawing Room Sleeping Cars between Tampa and K 1"
discontinued along the quartcr-teotlon line 2ili chains to the 13 Up ... SavSnnsh. ....LrI2 4 4.lp via Jackaoavtlle, Savaoaah and Columbia, without chaage.
England, recently corner of I nil lota I and 2 of >wtlon 8: thence BOOp I2l8lssap | 14ul.v.. SnvHnnah .. .Ar 4 4llp
Ibe daily allowance of half a pint offceer east to Indian River; thence south to line tlrst ao-jp 2 H* Ar. Falrrax.S. C.Lv2Ma 2 2Ap UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."
10 V4Jll ' ..Denmark, SO ** 1
run 33 feet. OOp Mp
to each inmate, whereupon most of Also the south-third of lot I, of section 3,containing 30p 6 Ma AugiiHta, Ga B'.IKi Pullman Drawlng-Room Bnffet Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and Nw T sEmbracins >
{hem went on strike, leaving the institution. B i acres,txcept 68 feet front and 200 4 lOp 4 4Aa Columbia, S. O. 1155a9.Ha
feet running back from the river, otT the corner 11 28a Simrtanliurg, S C" Lynch
of the northeast part of said lot; the above doscrllioil I 4np A-hevllle, N. C. burr. Charlottesville. .
Brussels sprouts oome from Belgium lands lieing part of land of lots 1 and 2, 8 2ftp 9 l<%u Charlotte, N. C. ' Washington. Baltimore and PhilaJetpo*
; of section 3, township 23, south range 30 east, e.iKp 10 47a Salisbury, N.C. ' 8 17a7I
beets are natives to tbe southeast aeav and north part of aimth-half of northeast quarter 10 44p 12 lop ClreeimlH.ro, N.C '* Pullman and
I SOp Danville Ya ft Mil DrawlarRoom Sleeping Cars to Macon. Atlanta. Cnatteoooga
and south of northwest 12 OOp
coast of Europo from south part quarter Ulnctnaatl
; sage cornea ,with elose for
of northeast quarter of section four, eisia 6 2Bp " Rlchmoniirvo. 2nnu connection Louisville and tbe Northwsat
Europe, and rhnburb from China aud"furtary. township 20- south range 36 east, containing ISHa33Aa 3 4np Lynchburg. Va. 340I Also
The arrowroot is front South 42 acres, more or lena, being the property B3Hp ' Charlottesville, Ma Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
of Nannie I. Wllkinso,|, at Rockledge, known aa 6 42asnoa 0 2np Wash lnK ton 10 43atf Throu2hthl"LAND
America.Cuonmbers. the Wilkinson oottagea ami grove,together with 11 Bp Baltimore 2np Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville,
the riparian rights appertaining to said lands, 10 1.1a 2B8h l'hllailelphla RB6p4lp
art) native to tbe East Indies or ao much thereof aa will lie necessary to satlsD. 12 4. 3 lloeton < 800a OP THE SKY.
and are grown in Cashmere, China said decree.
atnd Persia. They wero much esteemed

bf the anoienta and are common In mayl3Jun3Notice Special Master id Chancery, 81,33, SB and 37 make connection for Brunswick, arriving Brunswick 12:10, noon, 7:50a. For detailed Information aa te rates, schedales. sleeping ar reservations, at*. *
m ,8:0O: a.iu.and 7: 0 p. ro.'reepectively.SLKEPINO. aay ag.nl( tks koniHsaa Railwat or its soaaectiona.KdnrataYonr .
whore a drink is prepared from '
Sgypt when CAR SERVICE:.
they are ripe. for Publication.
Nos.SB kmt 3d Past Mail,Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville, and the Cincinnati .
In anoient times there was a superstition Sleeper via Asheville. L. A. 8HTPMAIT, Worlds, Pass. Agt.. Mi West Baj Streei. jajkionfilli.J.M.CTJLP.
that if tbe Christmas decorations Vos.37 and 38 o irrv throtich sleepers between Jtcksonvllle and New York In connection with 8.E.HAEPr. *
Land Office, Gainesville, Fla., ) Sand 13 and Sand Is with Pullman Sleeper* beewneni Jackson villa and Tampa.N W.A.TnHK.
in ohurohes were not cleared away be* .30 carries the Cincinnati and FlAriiU Limited. This l brought to Jacksonville by No.33. -
ipie Candlemas, Feb. 3, there would be April 4 ih, IsOS. J All hagirace will be chxeke I fro a ITnl'in Deixit. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket too. D. a -Washington, fa. O. *'
office,202 Hotran street,as woll as at the Union depot ticket office.R. .
ICE Is hereby gl>en that the followingnamed -
death that year In the family oooupying -, settler has filed notice of his intention W. CAMPHRLL, Passenger \gent. J. F. M tRH l.r T cket Agent, 202 W Bay St., cor. May I, jSoft. <
the pew in 'which the leaf or berry to make final proof in support of his Hogan, Jarksonvill.. WALTKR OOLEW VN,Oen'l Traveling Awnt. Jacksonville.O. .
imained.A claim,and that said proof will be made before M. IIOLDFN, T. P. A St.Angustine, Fla. A. O. MacDONELL, Oen. Pass. Agent.

Clerk Ulrouit Court, at Tltuavlllo, Florida, on

well known Parisian swell, falling MAY 21st, 1808,

I0 answer a summons to appear in court vlii Charles GrlHls,of Tltnsvllle, Fla., Homestead Bowels With raacarets. JClT"We would esteem the favor If our 1*rTili7A,1Tr?wb.t .r r eonttane ta. sMBB -The ADVOCATE I. .tjU IW*
2224.% for the south-half of southwest ]
aft 10 a. m., an officer went to look him quarter, section 11). towusblp 21, south r ng Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.lOo.XOc. .lenders, when writing or calling; upon baVbit.Naa>Tla.U An a*M saBBBBBBBalomunonnuirw free tobacco seed 01 **

U>. nis excuse for not appearing was 38 east.He If a a O.t% ,druggists refund money. our advertiser* to purchase merchandise, MniuSir! sr I BrlBBBBBW Call,and pet some, with insi tructio"1

names the following witnesses to prove bis etc, would mention the Advocate. tore, lost ina ho dy iirar 11 m* i}*'**
tiiat his entire wardrobe consisted of 16Cta Its cultivation.
continuous residence upon,and cultivation of max. too im. <1 8B Wbomb
of pyjamas and a dozen dresa suits, said land, vist lie had x for Brock Revels, of Titusvllle, Fla.; Samuel Futch, Advocatb does all kinds of job priming t iWiM H |>--* 0-XO-BAt' Irom3l
? uo ,usti clothing beyond of Titusvllle, Fla.; K. D.Oritus, of City Point, at short uotiijo. Sand them an order [Remember, the Advocate, Titus B3T Subscriber.youratte" ,

fVeniDg dreHs and the pyjamas. Florida. J. M. BARCO, and be convinced that it la the place to vllle, does all kinds of job printing. Give .V III aV"l amvPS-TiT'11 T.; J .J *?l.atlreer.l.t..tly h tor mm.Take It vlth O.. to the natne-and-daf WYfrL.jfjoo

Register. have job printing done. us a share of yonr work.] varanlMdt*ear,,er rafaad bom your paper or wrapper-
aililtuSiiUjCB, remit.
.a* i arrears, please



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Spring and Slimmer Resorts on the East Coast R'y. THE LETTER.Trh HOC1KTIKS, KTC.M 4$as 'I ...NEW YORK...

Utter my lady wrote to me .
1AUUfc.lt I A HIM*
I would eovld Um ltntThere' "
you a**
The Florida East Coast Hallway to Miami. Tlie iilaroi A Key West bte.imshli. a flavor of uranae bloaaoms Drill at the Arniurt, .ver maiitty JMH1,every jan.m i i i a .,
V. Went.EKy And a tangle of j-aeamln vine* fiMMutay eveuta* In the tm.uUi.eieo'cUHk.
gey V. R. 8rk.AUI, I aft tu.r. I *
WESr-n tjJIK.y W N Wand up aid, i.mll v.eeklVand comme.ci.,1 Oh, Uw tetter my lady wrote to met 3 : >! vif3ijuiija

J; Opi-n eoll, BurLEK hMHU, Manage!. Ueuu.il ullice.. &. 1 alt tn my room and ee* h. a. c. k. t I
The aatla on the ehlp* and her red, e
C. U. 9
su.ilne. lips Meets ever) Aunnay eventat :J0 o'clock,
General buperlmendeut Floiida E.ist Coast Hotel System In the tetter she wrote to me.Oh at the tTeabyterl&n t hurcn. wINDWENpKNT

the letter my lady wrote to mel ORDKK GOOD TRMPLAR8.Tltueville .
Here U the word an* tnlaned.
No. TiimmI
Lodge IT meets every *>
JACKSONVILLE.totel And here la tie word > heard
tt wae aaa evei na T" In rre-bvtrrlan church. Iltbllo .
On the line her Upe have tuned. meeting* Brat Tuesday in each niunUi.C. i* l-r -B 8him

And the letter my lady wrote te>me Heo't. C.T.
Placid Clone to my heart shall be
film; Till the judgment day, whea I drift away.
Life of my life, from thee I

,- the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west Atlanta Oonatltatlon.

block from Bay. Everything; entirely now. Elegantly fumlsl.ed. throughout Accepted Masons
iuperior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all tialn*. i'erms *J.50 per dav and BURNS AND SCALDS.Bamedlee .

Wards, special raws by the week. JOHN S>. BOVVEN, Proprietorravelers'
That Should Be Peed Before the

Deeter Arrive*.
Indian, Tit us vllle
A burn result from excessive
may River Fla,
beat applied in any way hot air or hot Lodge, No. 00

Hotel./ water, steam, flame ox electricity or

even from extreme cold. The injury resulting
Hold*Ita meeting*the aeoeml and fourth Frllajr -
from contact with hot water or of each month, at Indian Hlver hotel,
This hotel Is now under new management, and has been thoroughly renovated steam is usually called a scald, but is Tltiin lll at 7.30 p. m. A.A.8te *rt,W.M.|
DllZllOUt. practically the earns In its results as a
Bu meets all Trains, and Electric Cars pass door. Bath rooms and ali burn
on every floor.
i Surgeons speak of different degrees CHVKCIIRS.KriscorAL .
of a barn, according to the amount of

: Amerioan Plan, $2 00; European, 50c to $1. Special by the week tisane destroyed by lb Thus a burn of CHUKCII.Btrvicea .

FELIX GARCIA, Prop.he the first degree la one that simply red. 2nd and 4th Sundays In each
monthat tin m. null wp, m. H>indi y nchonl
dens and irritates the skin; a burn of every Sunday at* SO a. m. Kveulnic prayer at
the second degree is one that causes p. m. on wedneadaja. Utany avrvtoe everjrrrlday

Cor. Biy & Bridge bts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. actual inflammation of the skin with at 10 a. m.Arobdoacon. B. F, BaawM, Rector.l'RKSHYTKRJAN eHOMESEEKERS

Elliot Under new management. Each department the formation of blisters, while a barn

rurnlahed absolutely new with all modem lm- of the third degree destroys the skin ClIUftCH.flervloea .

l'2mme, "'J9ve'' ''kliK the St. Johns Klver. and more or leas of the Mesa beneath it, every Kahbath at II a. ni.antl T-TOp.m.
thin three Mocks >f the Union depot, Clyde S. S. Co., and new post.lice. All or even chars aud kills all the tissnos, Sunday achool at 9 *5 a. m Chux, nanlner, arc Seeking Homo in tlia
:tric cars pass the door. Froe Bus.Kates including the bone itself. Hunt rrever meeting: on W as t JO.i The unbllo are cordially Invited to attend
: European, 5io., 75c, $1.U0 and $1.50 per day. American, from $2.00 The effects of a burn depend partly our aerv ireaRev.

per day. upon its degree, bnt not entirely, for a rAULHKlUOHAV, laator.BAITWT South should send to the undersigned

M. O. FINLEY, burn even of the first degree may cause

Jacksonville, Fla.YERETT death if it involves a very large portion CHUECU.

of the surface of the body. This it does Preaching every aeeonri and fnaKh Hundava, for a copy of the
by interfering with the excretion moraiua and evening". lrayr Meetintt* eeery
necessary Wednesday evening at 7 00 o'sJook. tlnndayBoliool
of waste matter which U constantly every Kunilay at 4 4Ba, m Alan (iroarhIng -

HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Laijjest taking place through the skin.A Arst to Monday attend.at LaOrango. AtlarvcordlallyInvlUHt Florida East Coast Homeseeker.We

enrious effect of a severe burn in K. M. lltL, 1'iu.tor.MKTltoniST .

any part of the body is ulceration of

best, and coolest; choice rooms for summer, $1.50, $2, $1, $5 we k the bowels following very intense congestion CHURCH,

Uv>r, baths, bell service, etc. CHARLES A. OAKES.ST. of the entire digestive canal. Kegular aervloea every flrnt., third kud fourth
have lands for Fruit Orowlng
The bronchial tubes and the lungs are Hunday* at II a. m. and T 0 p. rn. Hunday Trucking, Tobaceu Growing, and foer
sometimes injured by the inhalation of every Kunday atIng 10 00 a. til. KpworUl Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest In th* United States.
League eai'li Rumlnyat "p.m. l'ryer meet-
AUGUSTINE.ie steam or very hot air, but even apart every Thurnduv nighaU TOft e'riiiek. The Apply to '
Ladle*' "Aid Hoolety nieeta avery Weilneadavat
from such accident who has
an person
S.00 p in. Ever)body welennie at our tliuruliaervlcea.
been burned about the chest or baok is JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner.

Ocean Yiew Hotel very liable to have an attack of bronchitis A. W. J. llBftT. faator.
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. or pneumonia in consequence. FLORIDA EAST COAST K'Y, %

The first thing to be done in the case CATHOLIC CHURCH.flervtcea ST. AUGUSTINE TI.A.
Under new and liberal management. Handsome and home-like; located one ,
ck south of Plaza; within seventy-live feet of the old sea wall and fionts on the ot a bnrn of any depree is to stop the at 10 a. m every Sniidav, tn new A
This should be done not only from Church building, North Titunvllle. Children'*
niiful Matanzas Bay, with an unobstructed view of the Atlantlo Ocean, AnasIt pain catecblain at S |>. "".
Inland and Old Spanish Fort. Kates, $2 to $2.50 per dav. Special by the the natural impulse to relieve suffering, Rsv.J.Y, O'llov t Rector.MUNICIl'AU Most Ili'iiiilirnl IMnco on InillnnIllver
ck. Open all the year. F. C. HAYDEN, Manager.TITUSVILLE. bnt because the shock resulting from CURTAIN RAISERS.
the injury may be so greatly increased fin- Mule, at it OrentIliirirnln.

by the agony as to cause the death of Marie Burroughs will go abroad next .

the patient, even when the burns in town corrxciL.Thou. mouth.Tbe.
themselves would not do so. is in her
the with bland W. Lnnd, mayors R 8 Hiullh, mftrrlml | inimitable Lotta fifty- The famoiiN Tinki v Creek Orate, con*
Covering part any D. II rritr-hurd, tax willeotorH.; I|.Vkiilnndlng- Brut year. stating of 11 ni-ica nf amiIOhcich
-DXZLST S3ITTE3ESHCOariE substance, such as olive oil. vaseline, ham, clerk anil aHmweor; Mlnur R Junes. J noR orange grave
butter flour to keep off Walker, K. L. llrady, J. M. IHxiiii, W. II. Richard Mansfield will prodaoe"Henry aif lnnd ritmilngon Indian 1(1( ver
sweet or paste onunnll aeonnil and Tm key Cit-ek
Knox,coiincllmon. The ineeta lth ateuinbeut lnndIng -
the air will often afford great relief, and fourth Monduya In each month. V" next season.Olga and 'I Milium piwtunice and t lhimdaiHtlnnon

TITUSVILLE. and in burns of the first degree nothing Nethersolo has seonrod two new the K. K. U. ll'y. On lliuiiliioe

more may be needed. Carron oil, the HOARD Or TRADK.Meeta plays for her noxt-American tour.Iwabol Ivlngon Hie went idle of Indian 4

Indian River. name given to a mixture ot equal quantities every Wedneaday night at 00 o'cliMk, Irving 1ms boon re-engaged for Hlver, tinvu mlli>s Muilh of Melhom ne,
of linseed oil and limewater, was In riMima over | onU>fttce. Ju l 5 Fla.s W n. Al. llrown,* treatiuieri J. O next seuson as leading ludy
formerly and ia still in many workshops Iirealoentt Drew. About -100 good Ix-Hilng orange lli-ear
the favorite application for a burn. bnliince In yiiuiig tit-rs, will yield shout
s *1 J. G. BAST, of soda cooking Marie Onistlnger, tbe sonbrette, is 1000 Imixhs tlil* > ht. Unn be nunloto
Better still is Bicarbonate (
COUNTY orFXCKita, still a chipper favorite in llerlln at the yield 2IH 0 boxes a year In twe vimiis.Heivant'a .
Manager. soda) or calcined magnesia, made
bonne and
of 03.Peroy iiooil purklng iititisu-
into an ointment with vaseline or lard HCIHMIL ItOAIlO.J. and riMinrm mIhivc, (Jiii.iI' tlalilug,- quiill,
Open AH The Year. or dusted thickly over the skin. Uaswell will take Edna Wallace il er and duck linniliigupTiiiks Cirtk
H. Bnnwdeii, Tltnavlllei A. t Hatch, City ) ;
in the De Wolf
Another application which is often Hopper's place lino hnibor fur himta
I'ulntl Ot K. Mni ler.COUNTY< Malabar. ; lovely river fi nt,
exceedingly grateful is a solution of Hoppur company.An wlili bettiiilful fori si trees. Hammock

Only a few minutes nitrate of potash (nitre) Hunters often COMMIBBIONfEnfi.W. English theatrical combination liimls for sale olieiiit| Apply toI

walk from Railway statlons make a paste of gunpowder for this parpose. II. Rhariie, Bhariien, chairman| JmiephiJiiiranget bas started on a provinolal tour by >. L OAULIlKIt,
and Steamboat land One or othtr of these application* Mendel, .1. R. Walker, lltunvllle: horseless oarrjago*. Ally, owners,
will usually suffice in mild cases, and ,lno. Ilouauin, Kail OlU lllei.f.N Waller, A nknna Tltueville, Kin.
lngs.On Regular aeaaibuaare field nrat Monday In each W. II. Crane has bought "His Last
in severe burns will help to reduce tbe>
month. I
the banks of thfarfamed "
a comedy in one act, j '
Indian River. pain for tba time until the doctor cornea, Appearance One hundred anil seven witnesses were
E. Lancaster.
from A.
Youth's Companion. COUNTY orriciAL*. summoned to spieir lathe Court of
Tltimvllle, lodge f lL. > Miss Jennie Winston, a corolo opera
B.Jon**, county Common Plena at Ktvenns 0ln the
Maulilen, Tltuavllle, pnnHHiutitiM attorney| Veteran, bas been engaged by IS. ERloe ,
EAU OALLIK.ie A.A. Htewartr. ,Tltuaville, cleik circuit Court: J. '' cute wherein Mary Ellen Ko-tger* sued
Tam Yleh.It for M te Carlo.
.. on
Woolen, CfMi> tax aaae>i _| KW. flail,
is not unusual for fish in captivity, Hharpea, tax collector) John Henry, Tltuavlllrtreaaurar Mm*. Pattl will sing at a concert inLoudon Volney Itodgera tor divorce en the

Hotel Granada EAU GALLIE, Brevard Co., FLA. when kindly treated, to become so tame publlo; J.Inatnii II. Ham tlon*,liiurtenay| J. O r rlen, auiwirlnteadent ,Tltunvlllv-, where there will be a chorus grounds that, having lived with btm (orfoity

102 miles south of Jacksonville; 15 mile* that they will take food from the band.At county aurveyor;J.I*,HrownTll
th of Rockledge, on the Indian River and F. E. C. R'y. Near Eau Gallie river, the aquarium in this city there are singer died recently al Byde, isle to climcd.To .

>ouite mouth of Banana rivet. Unexcelled boating, fishing and hunting many such fish, and there are some of Wigbt, 80 years of age, who bad
icliiess climate; no malaria. In the famous Indian River orange and pineapple that will even submit to being to&obed. Baeh la ram*. sung in tbe choir for 70 years
""let. Launch for use of guests. Fiist-cliMn home like hotel. Rate*, ti.'xt toI For example, the big codfish in one of Th* memory as well as tbe ftayety ot will three Ciwtiurt Car* Conatlimtlon forever.Tsks .
Charles Wyndbam place a Cuiiov Cutliimle. ,luo urSlhl.
I per day. Special rates by month or season. Oiien all the year. the doable tanks on the ground floor nations can ho easily eclipsed. It is now in his Loudon theater If U. C. U. fall to cure, uruKa-iat* refUuU luuiiui.rreed .
H. Gleason, Real Estate. GEO. G. GLEASON, Manager. tier on the salt water side of the aquarium not many yean sinoe tbe Empress Eu deck movable stage
and work it by bydraolio
will all take food from the band, genie and bur slightest movements were

fish cat into little strips end held for faithfully chronicled by that Parisian Cora Tanner and Loo is Massen are Two lieutitlfiil IMcturus Frc-o,

WEST PALSI BEACH. them at the top of the water. They daily press which at tbe present time plsying at the vaudeville theaters inBir "

i iieminole come up and take this without any undue seems to have no spare type for anything Charles Young's "Drifted Apsrt.
and there ia outside 1'affaire Dreyfus. An enterprising revival of "The Lady of Lyons"in Two large, brniilltul, colored I'lotiire' *,
hurry or tkorry, one The
for framing, free: also four cool** of tl>e*
Hotel among tbem that will for a moment editor, bowever, of it French London, with Kyrle Hellew audMrs. famous Illustrated tnsgazlne, l/p to DatePto
permit ita head to be scratched. In a annual last year instituted a competition Potter in tbe principal parts, has anyone who wsnts I hem.Kach .

tank further along on the same side, to whloh tbe eolation ban Just been wet witb a frigid reception. Issue of Ul> In Date has Veniitlful

among the Bermuda fishes, the trigger published. The test took tbe shape of a Word conies from London that E. J. colored front and buck, and from forty

OPEN ALL TOE YEAR. flab will permit a friendly touch. New composite face made np from tbe features Henley was operated upon recently, and to fifty large bnmoioiis pictures by the

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. York Sun. of four well known pcbllq personage tbat tbe operation was not a success. Asa famous aitints of America. Will ktep

This hotel is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to A Rerml Kxplorer. The correct sol a tioa turns oat tobe result, Mr. Henley bas lost bis vote* all month.the family In good humor for a whole

railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel.h that the visage is oompoeod of ((1)tbe ) and will never act again.
Your two two of
pictures or
$2.00 day and The Duke of Abrozzi, tbe nephew of Leo XIII. the. right any
Rates from month of (3)
fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. per six may svlec', set In gold frame*,
*ards; special rates by the week or month. the king of Italy, who recently ascended eye of Bismarck, and (8)) the left eye of will you be st-nt you frre of charge If d *lir GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor. Mount St. Ellas, will start next sum- Mme. Sarah Bernhardt Ae for tbemer POINTED PARAGRAPHS. after seeing them. Enclose 10 cents instamiia

on an exploring expedition to thetoaxih oonnxment the nose it torus or silver tn pay posts** ndpacking.

arctic regions and ,expecto to be gone'' oat to be the nose of tbe BmpreM Bntbree Satan Is always on, band to help a Address Up to Date, i'hlcsgo.TAPE .

MIAMI.rabam's years. He will be> accompanied; Renie, Out of o.OW competitors. 8, 00 man put op a stovepipe.

only by bis ald-de-oamp, Lieutenant bare guessed one feature correctly,1.600 The silent man doesn't always abbreviate

150 rooms. 800 feet of broad piazzas, Count Cagni. Tne.preparations for the have given two, and 130 th***. Nobody timber witb m saw.Tbe .

The most complete office in South Florida. journey are now almost opmplete The has Rneeaed tbe lot, and one let It be silence of tbe gas meter is golden 1

Hotel Large, light and airy dining-room young prince has ounsnlted tbe mot noted one only baa identified the nose to tbe stockholders in tbe company.
TABLE UNSURPASSED. competent authorities; oaarctio traveling of tbe Empress Eogenle. FJ1 JiallOasette.
and will shortly proceed to Norway Some men earn their living by selling
and upward.S. .
Rates, $2.50 per day It WORMS
and others by giving away.Exchange.
Tt toffy
GRAHAM, Proprietor. to see Dr. Naosen, >*> Russian govern
nient has promised to.render whatever Wat the OvaanMa SSIeIn
**A teee wenst efgkteeej diet Sef atlasat
decree Iksaed the
aid it far Blberian an imperial
can as as territory isoonoerned. >
earn* oj Ik* *on* altar ava tM*
emperor of Cbisut eayat "II I* therefore Ilia AaT* tlM. L'AtOARKTM. This I ** *ur* k** n ia il my
ISO EBXi COIfcTOXjIIlfSr, ii ''i iA wttta a grstefol bear* to blgn beaven bad keeltk for tk* Mat tkr** ***t I am atlAtakln
Cuilet Baa*. She Would yon lr nr a terrible risk OaaeareU, tk*only*atbsrU0 wertkl otaotle
that we now learn that tbe Yellow river by **ali>i* peoiHe."
MIAMI, FLORIDA. In Madrid tbe popnlarlty of a prominent has al this time of the year remained for the sake of proving that yon love Uso. W. Uowlss, BaJro; Mass.

park.no.k persousge. is ottea ganged by I he peaceful, and that beaven b protected mefHe
Perfectly new hotel with all modern improvementsLocatedon. Kate.W extent to wbioh bis portraits sell, audtbe and Booriabed oar people at this Jonotore. Haven't I asked yon to marry CANOVCATMAHTIC
= view of Biscay no Bay.
from Hotel splendid ? Detroit Free Press.A. .
Royal Palm commanding me
month. government was mystified not long We also commend tbe said goveroor'e -
day week
and or
upward. Special rates by
ago at tbe remarkable rale of HeneralWeyler'a watchfulness and vigilance in Mm. lawlaaaAWo.

counti rfeu nreaeutment. Tbe keeping clear tbe said rivet at the bead May And Jost al tbat moment I

Arnica Salve. mystery baa beu explained, bowevt-r, of bis saburuTinates, and we ereby command
Bucklen beard something fsll behind me. vaaec***> i iIIArE
UTHERNERS by an ingeuions official who procared tbat ten sticks of large Tibetan Marie Perhaps yoor hair fell off.

The best Salve In the world for cuts, one of tbe pictaree, and u apply I oz a inoense Le forthwith seat to the said Yonkers btatesnian. THtriHMM.

VISITING NEW YORK CITY will brnises sores, ulcers, salt /beam, fevei wet sponge to tbe aorta fouud that governor to be offered on oftr behalf at
hands chilblaincorns -, tbe colors and fratore* qilckly dinap. Pli* ie, PiMeat. Teat* *fcmd m
titter, chapped the temple of tbe dragon king ta order Her Cfc****. .
good ores, aeo. Mevev BlaM* W eae** ec OXp* Ma,tua
accommodations, at reasonable and all skin eruptions, and positively peered, and in their place were uen lb* to show oar gratitude W b** **> and Mabel I'd like to marry man with ... OURS CONSTIPATION.MTQBAC .
es, at 74 Clinton Place.. Piles or no ** bead, fall beard aud i<
door cures PT/ heavy | nrcng tbe goda for their protection vt oar people fatore before him.

Washington from square.Fifth Avenue Very,and central.close If 1. guaranteed money refunded.to give perfect Price saUsMotioa :V*. per- eye* of Don Carlos to* bpsnlsb pre* of ShAogtung." North China liar. Lily I'd like one with m presentortwo. matit&ssisessr
" to editor f this paper. box. For safe by F. S. Chaffee A Co. Jady.


INDIAN 1IIVKE ADVOCATK, MAY 13. 1898.iiiiKiii .

tried to burn the railway station atNallacanas roughly speaking, these should carr> HOME GUARD TO. ACT AS A
southeast of Toledo. At La about 10,000 men. Others are being
Mi6Cl8 Union all the prisoners have been liber* procured as rapidly as possible. The HEALTH AS WELL AS A Successor to Lovett ft Carroll.)
ated and tranquility baa been restored plan of the War Department Is to have MILITARY PATROL.A (
there, but only after serious street fight- these vessels assemble at the different FRUITS and VEGETABLES
\ log, In which three were killed. The Oulf ports. Tampa, Mobile, New Oileans relative GROCERIES, off All B
municipal buildings at Soria have been and Galveston, to take on troops, which most Important movement,
destroyed. will be sent there. The Navy Department to the health of this state directly, and Crockery, Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Your patronage Solicit *

London, May 0. The comment on Is expected to furnish convoys for Incidentally, the health of other states, *
ntere! the battle of Manila, as the details come these transports, which would be absolutely has come to light at Tallahassee since FLORIDA
V. into this Immense city, is universally helpless against Spanish attack.
Wlnflel 8. Proskey,
the return of
"B3P" Reading notico nds. on this"pageawe Four
flattering to Commodore Dewey and the war measures were passed by
live cents per line per week.affiancy American navy. the Senate to-day. One of them provides chief ordinance officer of Florida. He

The Hong Kong correspondent of the for carrying on the additional was recently ordered by the Governor to "

Daily Chronicle says : work In the adjutant general's office; make an Inspection of the exposed towns Groceries Grain. Hay Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy
IMnenpple Slips & Sucker "Manila Is helpless and surrounded by the seoond authorizes the enlistment ofa military Groceries
and cities the coast to
** for Hule.Abbakas the Insurgents. The blockade Is effect volunteer signal service corps, two- on And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal
ive. The Amerloan ships occupied Corrlgedor thirds of which must be expert electricians companies and to superintend the Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing n
F.gvptlaa Queen, Oolden&aeen Island, and Commodore Dewey or telegraphers: the third was distribution of arms to the home guards. the above lino of goods. We invite your coirespondence and solicit yu, !
< l'orto Rico, .Smooth Cayenne and has exercised consummate judgment and the so-called immune bill, passed by the The guards were not only interested in Very truly, K. L. BRADY & 11R0.,
Haddock Jk Matthams, safe for his fleet and deadly to the fourth was a measure suspending existing were organized as a sanitary patrol, coveting
"Palm Beach Pinery," Spaniards." laws, so that additional hospital all of the landing points on the

VTest Palm Beach, Flo, M. F. Cannon, of Denver, Col., who stewards can be appointed.On coast, with power to detain suspicious & Motlow (
had been traveling abroad, said that the board the Associated Press Dis- vessels and persons coming from fever- Losley < ,
feeling In Paris is most bitterly antiAmerican. Satota Boat Kate Spencer, off Cardenas,, infected olaces, thereby shutting out
aFancj' Pineapple Plants. Every person who Is thought ,via Key West. May 10 The Spanish yellow fever from Cuba and other Infected (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER A CO.)
to be an American Is elbowed oft the soldiers are displaying much activity points.

(lardy, vigorous, grown without sheliter. sidewalks, Jostled by the crowds, and along the line of coast from Bahla Honda This patrol, acting in connection with Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums Gins and
smooth-lesved Cayenne, Abbakajr&i everything possible done to show the forty-five miles west of Havana, toCardenas the lawfully established health authorities ,
Jamaica Ripley plants for sale.K. antipathy of the French. Petty annoyances sixty-five miles to the east will undoubtedly keep the state as Bottled Beers, Ales and Stont.A .
C. TYJIDALL, are also practiced. For instance, ward. As the ships of the blockading free from yellow fever this summer as it
Waveland, Fla. the street oars will not stop to take on fleet have instructions to prevent the has been in the past, although the danger First-class Lino of Cigars. * Billiard and Pool Table
American passengers, rates of exchange erection of new fortifications, and have will be greatly augmented on account and careful
and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt attention
to Americans are exorbitant, and small at various points shelled working of the war. Family given tnordors. '
Hare Cliance. purchases are not encouraged by many parties, the task of Btrengthonlng existing Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY fc MOTLOW, Titusville

of the shopkeepers, except at figures at defenses and throwing up earthworks
For sale, on Rldgewood avonue, Dayton.t. throe or four times the actual value. Is carried on principally at night, save

a very nlco residence and Improved Bishop John L. Spalding, of Peoria, in the immediate vicinity of Nirvana. COTTON and Ti. 3=i. dBs OO.a .
.lot, in a desirable location. IIouso Is.n stated that the feeling of the French Along the coast frcitli sand batteries are
/. >w rented, and pays ton per cent net. toward the Americans was intensely being thrown up almost every night, : Will keep constantly on hand Full Supply of
Till* is well worth your attention. hostile. Hr said he understood that but these works are of a flimsv character
Address, F. L. A., one of the reasons for this was that and would be reduced by the flro of the LINEN NETTING... CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE
Caio Advocate office. minutes.
eight-tenths of the public debt of Spain big guns In a few
was held by the French people, and that Madrid, May 10. General Blanco has DRESSED AND ROUGH.
the latter country also owned neaily all cabled an urgent request for considerable
tGiiurnntce 12 per cent Interest. of the railroads in operation In Spain. supplies of provisions, which the Also Mouldings and Turned Work, Bilck, Lime, Cement, Crates of all descriptli.tia.s" .

Washington, May 0. Probably about Government cannot dispatch until the a?- rlXlo, 2lori: <
Eleven acros land, fronts on Indian one-third of the entire levy called for by Coites has voted the war measures.Tampa. .
Mid Banana River small 2 arte- 10. Now that the
; cottage, the President, or about 40,000 troops, May Spanish TACKLE
wells 100 nloe trees 14,000 fleet known to bo out of the PISHING ,
Jan orange will constitute the force to be sent Is way, James Prjtchabd President W. M. Bkown
; Vice-President
200 crates of Cuba will be pushed :
pineapple plants, shipped over Invasion
South to take part in the first Cuban C. S. Sohuyler Cashier.
and other fruits on place. Price forces. These troops will be the first army tolecelve are being loaded with arms, ammtinltlon made from Knox's Scotch thread.

41,100. Address 11, Advooatb office.TltusvllleFla.. their equipment. When they are and stores of all kinds as fast ai Samples and estimates cheerfully furnished. INDIAN RIVER STATE BAM
organized, equipped and concentrated, men can rush It Into the holds. Work Corks, Leads, Lines, ete.J. .
and still
the Government will be ready to equip was commenced late last night,
The five in b.
steadily on. transports
the seoond contingent: namely, the goes nd th Laws of the State of
( < r Florida.
..I BUT OR SELL... forces, about equal to a third of the the slip, the Comal, Berkshire, Miller., Manufacturers, Incorporated )

total call, whlob will be assigned to the Alleghany, and Florida, are rapidly sink.Ing 121 South St., BALTIMORE, MB. Authorized capital, $100,0
Confederate Bonds & in the water under their loads.
defenses of the coast and harbors, replacing Paid up capital, $25,0
the Washington, May 11. The Navy De*
regular United States
POSTAGE STAMPS. withdrawn from their posts. troops partment has decided to have the cruiser Average deposits, $150,(

Largest stock In the world, AddrossCHAS. When these are equipped, the Government Charleston start at once on its relief
will mission to Admiral Dewey's atManila. Transacts
turn its attention to the third a General BaniitBusiness.
D. BARKEK, Atlanta, Oa..JOSEPH olass, comprising the last third of the The orders issued anticipate
volunteers called the departure of the Charleston from
129,000 for. It Is the
sincere hope of the War Department San Franolsco to-day, if it Is possible to ...Xiawyors... .
ZAPF.... that It will not be called upon to fully get the ammunition and stores aboard,
equip these troops before hostilities are and she will leave without waiting to WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND Largest and Oldest Bank on tit Eli
WIIOLKSALE DBALKItMnheoserBusch at end but the convoy the City of Perkin and the other
an of the preparatlon
Exchange sold on all Foreign Count
Ass'n Is proceeding on the contrary ships loaded with supplies. UNITED STATES COURTS. *

Brewing assumption. This third division will LATE RUMOI1S. DIRECTORS:
constitute the second be
Famous St. Louis Lager Beer.Sold drawn upon for reinforcements reserve whenever to Some of the latest war reports are that ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished JAS.PRIITCBABD.W.B.tiie National Bank ot BARWTTfFmMlof JwknonvllleJ1DOKxra
by Losley & Motlow, Tltusvllle.WHOLKSAMC neoded, and it is possible that a number the torpedo boat Winslow, while reoonnoltering (Vlce-Pra ident National Bui
LIQUOB DBALKIt, of men may not be called upon to leave was fired Into by two Spanish for Lands in Brevard and Dade Jacksonville), and W. M. Bnowj.
their own States unless the plans of the gunboats, and that Ave men were COHKESPONDENTS.Seaboard .
West Bay St., Jacksonville, and War Department miscarry. In this killed and six wounded. The cruiser Counties. National Bank of JiewTort u
Sanford, Fla. It Is remarked that from the first way Wilmington Is said to have rescued her National Bank of Jacksonville.rXlfjr.USVAJL.JL.Jb .

division will come the force to be sent and sunk both the enemy's boats. Also : JbfJ V.
to the Philippine Islands. General that Sampson's fleet Is bombarding Porto We have a large List ,
PROGRESS OF THE WAR."Principal Miles has marked out a boundary plan Rlod and San Juan. It Is also rumored
to facilitate this movement, and it is that the transport GubsIo was sunk by of Lands owned by
boats before she could land her
now before for his Spanish
Secretary Alger
Happenings of the Week."Madrid men and supplies. Jacksonville
Steam Works
ourselves and clients. Dye 4*
May 8. It Is claimed that aruessugo The groater part of the day Irf the

bus been recelvod here from House was consumed by war measures. Troops for St. Auguillnt.It Price for unimproved
Manila to the effect that the Spanish The recommendation of the President, MAINHARD BROS., Proprietors.
Hoops have retired from Manila, taking that a vote of thanks be tendeied Admiral
lands to $100
has been learned on'the best authority $3
and with them all their aims, ammunition Dewey and his associate officers that Mr. II. M. Flagler is now In "JClOLG JLaOCKaJJBLg; X>3 o JELoixso.Thirtyfive .

Port stores.au Prince, Ilaytl. The U. S.qrulser by and uuanimous men, was Immediately vote, and shortly acted afterwards upon New York making strong efforts volunteers to have, per acre.WE years' experience In Cleaning and Dyeing. Ladies and Gents' dolt
the New York national guard
Montgomery Is supposed to have the House passed the bill creating over twelve thousand strong, mobilized ing cleaned, dyed,repaired and pressed, All work guaranteed.
boon engaged with a much larger Spunish an additional rear admlralshlp for the at that It is furthermore stated have a few Residence, Orange
orulser last night, northwest of Cape hero of Manila. place. of 13 Newnan St., East Side. JACKSONVILLE, FU.
chances in
ilaytlen,a seaport town of Ilaytl, ninety The bill providing for the organization that Mr. Flagler's success. Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable
this undertaking areexcellent. Should
miles north of Port Prince.
au of a volunteer engineer brigade and
Gibraltar, May 8. Britishers at this enlistment of ,10,000 volunteer troops the troops come the Alcazar will doubtless locations. Prices Reasonable.

strong military post say that the converted Immune to the tropical diseases, was be re-opened and remain so during ESTABLISHED 18TB.Wm. .
steel yaoht Olralda la cruising In passed after two hours of debate. The the summer. St. Augustine Herald. TITUSVILIX
the Straits of Gibraltar watching for of Offices : :
principal ground opposition was and MIAMI. A. BOURS & CO.
Amerloan yachts. The Spanish steamer found in the feature giving to the President PRISONERS OF WAR. ...
Peliago, now converted Into a transport the appointment of all officers.
ship, lies at Algeclras. The Senate bill, authorising the army Quite a number of people were at the J GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZE!
New York, May 8 The World has to distribute food among the suffering railway station last Saturday, to witness ,
received the following copyrighted oable- Cubans and to arrn the Cuban people, the passing through of some Spanish East Coast Meat Market 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .

pram from George Bronson Rea, dated was passed. prisoners of war. The party passed handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of 1

-Puerto Plata, San Domingo, May 8 t"Dominican Fitting tribute was paid by the Senate through hero at 1:60 o'clock, and were F. DURE!* Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran,Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seedl Meal, both bright i
offiotals report hoavy oan'nonadlng to-day to Admiral Dewey for the magplrloent under a guard of ten soldiers of the Agent dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-AUen Fertiliser Co.

off the north of Monte Cristl, victory he achieved In the battle Twenty-fifth United States Colored Infantry nfUr '["n 'ertitisers-flnaranteed Analysis,Orange tree and Vegetable FertiUier,Pareft--
about ilfty miles from here. It IsItolleved of Manila Bay. A message from the commanded by Lieutenant Moss. ,Nitrate Soda,Muriate-of Potash,Sulphate rotasb, Kainit. eto. Theae fertlllasn to"
that Rear Admiral Sampson's President was received recommending The party was made up of Colonel VIcenta superior in the market,and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue free.

squadron Is engaging the Spanish Cape that a vote of thanks be extended by de Oortl jo, his staff of nine officers
Verde fleet. The iiring began about 0O'clock Congress to Admiral Dewey and the gallant a seigeant, and nine soldiers. Col.Cortljo .
this morning, and was terriflo. officers and men of his command. has a record In connection with A TRIP TO CUBA,
The American fleet was due to arrive in Without a word of debate and without the Cuban insurrection. He was commandant
Porto Rloan waters yesterday. The a dissenting voice the Senate agreed to of the Cubanas fortress at the Or any distance from home, shouls*
-Spanish fleet was expected about the the resolution carrying Into effect the time of the Competitor Incident, and bad ways be prepared for with a flask o!
same time. Sampson came here with reoommendatlon of the President. in charge the prisoners from the vessel. pure, high-grade Baker whiskey lorclaal
-orders to And the fleet and reduce It. His staff officers who share his captivity 5STitnsvillo purposes. Change of water or ciiaIs
lie will, after destroying the Spanish Tampa, May 0.Some say that Thursday are Surgeon Major SIncton Garcia Julian apt to brinK disorders of-the systen
.ships, begin a strict blockade, and. Ifinooessnry others assert that Saturday, has First Lieutenant Lucas Saezez, for cramps, Summer complaints, or
he will bombard and capture been decided upon as the day for the Second Lieutenants Luis Gulon Tourmalin tired feeling," there Is nothing that rUeve
.sorto Rico." embarkation of troops for Cuba, but Eroelio Mote Cabeza, BaldomeroZambrana Florida.Eilarat it like Baker Whiskey.
Washington, May 8. It anyone can sot the time, for there is no Juau Gemenea Ramos, Cello
transpires SOX& CO.,
one to deny it. That the date Is near at JOHN CLARK
that the Woodford Alvarez
message to Minister Mulle Castro, Pedio Lapedo ,
was laid before the Sagasta Ministry hand is generally believed. Bulletins and Juan Gonzales Vergaa. AU oome *Tonr lloweU With Caacaret Commission Merchants and dwl
in the
tiofore It was delivered to him. The posted Tampa Bay hotel this from bpaln and some are members of Candy Catlmrtlc, euro constipation forever. Groceries, Grain, Coal, Wines Je
message was delayed many hours in evening Indicate that Admiral Sampson crack regiments. Lieutenant Ramos 10c,SSe. If a a O.fall.drunKisu refund money. JACKSONVILLE, TLA.JST .
delivery, and Minister Woodford afterrnrds will soon finish his work oft Porto Rico. being an officer of the Alfonso XIII.Lancers. .
learned that the ultimatum had His next task is to come here and convoy Consignments of country

been in the hands of Premier Sagasta, the United States army to Cuba. The party were to reach Fort McPherson solicited.

and had been considered by the Cabinet London, May 0. The London Spectator Sunday, near Atlanta, where tney MILLINERY.
long before lie learned It had arrlvod. In an article to-day, urges Amerloato will be held as prisoners of war till some
Between sixty and eighty thousand keep the Philippine Islands, to raise a disposition of them shall be. determined .
wen wilt bo landed on Cuban soil atoince negro army of 20,000 men "and with by the Washington officials. THE C. B. .ROGERS 00.
and will not return until they have these hold the Philippines, Hawaii and Officers and soldiers wore white- Panama and DRESSMAKING. <
defeated the Spanish forces on the is Porto Rico, paying the army of occupation hats, and most of them had on, In
land.Chlckamauga. out of the local revenues.1' Continuing various degrees of repair, suits of blue Importers and Wholesale Grocers.
National Park, Tenn, the Spectator says: "With such canvas. The marks of rank had been
May S.It was given out ofllclally today a garrison, these islands would be as stripped from the officers uniforms. .ProYisions Grain Meal Etc
... Flour Grits
that 40,000 mon of the volunteor safe as a drawing room, and as full of The privates did not seem to be as well Hay, ,
army will be mobilized here as soon as business as Broadway or the Strand." clothed as their superiors, and their garments '
they have been mustered Into the Govrnmen Referilng to 'the same matter, the showed much harder usage. Sole Agents for 0ur business confined to tt

( service. London Spectator says: "We hope the They were brought from Miami In a FAIRBANK CANNING consumers *
Atlanta, Oa., May 8. Sixteen Spanish Americans will keep the Philippine islands special car over the Florida East Coast CC. LION only. Orders from
prisoners of war, idne officers and the and that they can keep them there Line. The car was a compartment vehicle BRAND CANNED MEATS. solicited nor desired.
remainder privates and non commissioned is no doubt whatever. Europe, to put and the officers were given one end,
officers, arrived to-night under the truth In Its most brutal form, cannot while the privates were kept In the other Quotations made applied
guard of a detail of negro soldiers from attack them without the permission end. The guards were stationed at the promptly on
the Twenty-llfth Regiment, and were of England." end* guarding the doors, quite as much
i placed In the military prison at Fort Washington, May 10. Reports received to keep out intruders at the various
UePherson. at Adjutant General Corbtn's stopping places as to prevent the escape
Key West, May 8 Cuba Is still locked office show that\34,463 volunteers have of any of the prisoners. xre-AJM a'-ms.-
out by Uncle Sam's steel fence. On one been mustered into the United States

side Is an island full of hot and chafing army.By Notice to Creditors. Hides, Furs Wool Alligator Skins Tallow Bees-Wai, IIBY
Spaniards while the other side ,
on are a Fiiday noon General Nelson A. ,
weary lot of naval men longing for Miles will have assembled bis staff Mall orders solicited. Satisfaction TIIE
action. IXL creditor*, legatees, distributees and all
around him at, Tampa, Fla. He will
Tampa, May 8. The Cuban aimy Inoamp leave Washington to-morrow night, taking ,the ersoiu estate of Bern claims rd or C Smith demand, il* agaiut w.il, guaranteed.Mrs. SOUTHERN HIDE & SKIN CO.
at Cespodes Ilall has now 000men. with him Colonels Micheler, Maus are required to preaent the same to ma within Helen W. Reynolds
Many of them know nothing and Greenleaf, Majors Osgood and two years,or this notios will be plead In bar ofsorb *
about the handling of but and claims. Tltusvllle, Fla.XoToBm Largest Handlers the Sta
guns, they Humphreys, and Captains Seybnrn All nersons owing said estate are notified to of Skins in
villi soon learn. Scott. > settle their accounts with me.WILLIAM. REFERENCE ,
London, May 0. A special dispatch The quartermaster general las already I. ALLEN, for : National Bank State of Florida. .

'from Madrid says that 150 persons have under charter twenty-seven merchant Jensen, rUun Guaranteed tobacco habit fifty cure Cents.,makes Office, Rob Building. Hide Warehouse 440 to 443, Jackson St.
.teen arrested at Tallevra. The mob steamers for the transpoit of troops, and, >ayIJ-jull Administrator. men strong, blood pure. Wo,li. All druggists.weak


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