Title: Indian River advocate
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Title: Indian River advocate
Uniform Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville,Fla. ; Indian River City
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Publication Date: May 27, 1898
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River (Fla. : Lagoon)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID00185
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 31876449
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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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LOCAL NEWS VICTOR You BICYCLES at reduced prices. &F-BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc a nice assortment DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION (by proxy M. S. Jones); 11. R. Wilson, AMONG THE HOTELS.Doji M
can get the best wheels at the at Screven's Drug Store, T. KV James; M. E. English by proxy D.L. .
best prices atF. Tltusvllle.Mrs. AT TITUSVILLE. Gaulden E. II. Rioe J. S. Snowdenby
Lnd Topic* of Oeneral Interest.Mr. W. Beers, ; Goldsmith Wiikric to stop. See list of hotels on
proxy, M. S, Jones; M. ,
St. Augustine, Fla.On A. W. Sweet returned to town, Promptly at two o'clock on Tuesday, II. T. Titus by proxy, M. S. Jones; M. 8.Jones. our 7th page.

Ilenry Egger left here, yestcr- Tuesday, from her visit to Eau Gallie.Mr. the 24th Inst., the Democratlo Convention The AnvocATR I* now on file at all

jay,for Miami. Wednesday next the town tax G. O. of St. of Brevard county was called to order City Point, 3 delegates J. D. Hatter, the boat hotels In New York city,
books will close.Mr. Springer, Augustine by Thomas Johnson, chairman of 11. F. Real, W. 11. Sharpe.Rockledge .
passed Jupiter Whoro
The warship Oregon has sold his Ice factory at Coooa toMr. G. S. Hardee to spend the summer months ,
the Democratlo Executive Committee, l delegates ,
mfely on Tuesday.Mrs. T. F. Mitchell, of Cocoa, spent Edmund Simmons, of Ottumwa, O., who read tho call of the committee and Geo L. Lynch, J. M. Brown, J. P. Cooper see ourlth and 7th pages.

Copps, baby and nurse, of St.ueii a day or so in Jacksonville this week.Mr. who will manage the business personally.Mr announceil that the convention should by proxy J. F. Wjoton; J. F. Wooten, Take particular note of tne new advt.of .

tine, arrived here yesterday on aiisit L. II. Church, of Orlando, was O. B. McKeown, who has had a come to order. S. F. Travis by proxy J. F. Wooten.Kan Hotel Coqulna, Ormond, on 7th pnge.
to Sirs. Minor S. Jones.We In town part of Wednesday and Thursday splendid time Ashing, hunting and yachting Judge MinorS. Jones, In a neat little GmIIIo, 3 delegates John Houston
have been bavins some delightful on his way south.Mrs. at New Smyrna for some months speech, and In behalf of Wood ley precinct II. J. Me wart, J. E. M, Hodgson by Mentis, Geo. L. Atkins and May the past, has now gone to his home In Chagrin nominated John Henry temporary proxy, John Houston, usually manage the Brock house at
weather during April lack of rain.County ., Robert Pentland and family Falls, O.Do chairman of the convention. The motion Melbourne, 2 delegates S. F. Glbbs, C.F. Enterprise, Fla., open tho Ocean house,
trouble being the have been spending several days this Asbury Park N. J. toniorrow.Mr. .
ny was put and unanimously carried.J. Conkling by proxy, S. F. Glbbs.Malabar ,
Surveyor J. O. Fries bos week with friends down the river.Mr. you need brick ? If so, write F. Wooton, of Cocoa, was elected 1 delegate K. B. Arnold by O. A. T. Kelsey, chief cleik atTho
the Jacksonville Briok Co. who said
down at Sebastian a couple of days are secretary, and E. 11. Wager and Chan. II. J. F. WootenSebnatliui
been W. T. Averabas staited In the make the hardest least absorbent proxy Inn, 1'nlni Beach, lust seuson, will
orio this week, doing some surveying.Mr. soda-water business In the store lately and to best brick in Florida., Read their Walton, of Tltusvllle, asslstantsootys.On II delegates W. S. Louder, conduct two hotels nt Long llinneli this
occupied by Gruber & Griggs.Mr. motion of M. S. Sams, tho temporary W. C. Binddook, Paul Kroegol. Loltdorto senson, the Soni bum and tho How land.MlnsS. .
advt. 8th .
n. J. Smith, who owns a fine on page.Mr. organisation was made permanent.On cast vote of the precinct.
nranze grove at Rockledge, is now solourniDR Wm. M. Brown, after spending E. L. Brady left here, Wednesday motion, it was oidered that tho Fort Pierce, A delegates W, J.Tuoker, Keinpe, who Is iv well-known
with his family at romp ton a week or so In town with his family, for Indian Springs, Ga., where be chairman appoint a com nil l tee of one K. B. Kaulorson, J. S. Bell by proxy, hotel proprietress at Lake Helen, FU,
Ukcs, N. J.Mr. returned to Miami on Wednesday. expects to spend several weeks in the from each County Commissioner's district W. J. Tucker; Alonzo Cook by proxy, has oponud tlio Victoria hotel at Asbury

J. O. Walton left here last Monday Those of our readers who are thinking hope that the change will prove beneficial to report to the convention names W. J. Tuokor; T. F. Alderman by proxy, Park for the summer seuKon. This is
for Jacksonville, Tampa and Key of taking a vacation, should read to his health, which has not been for delegates to tho State and Congressional K. B. Uaulerson.Geoiglana Miss Kumpo'a nineteenth season.An .

(Vest to have a peep at the soldiers and the advts. on our 4th and 7th pages. of the best lately.Mrs. conventions, and the chairman appointed 1 delegate J. F. Wooton, English bnronot, who Is also nn
the following: Tom Johnson, T.II. by .
proxy.Merrltt architect or considerable ability was
larsbips.Mr. Pineapple growers would do well to Geo. G. Gleason and little girl, Sanders, R. B. Stewart, S. F. Glbbs :l delegates T II Sanders, JD recently successful In winning the, prise,'
J. W. Tucker, one of Fort note the card of Geo. W. Davidson & of Eau Gallie, passed through liere, and W. J. Tucker. Sams, St Clair Nlsbot by proxy, M SSams competing with seventy other English r *
Pierce's prominent residents, spent arouple Co., commission merchants, New Orleans Tuesday, on their way to NUes, O., for On motion of Judge M. S. Jones, a architects, for plans for the new St.Paurras .
of days in town with Judge M. S. on our 8th page.Capt. the summer months. Mr. Gleason accompanied committee of three were appointed by Canaveral, a delegates N N Penny to hotel In London.
Jones this week.Mr. Miami them as far as Tltusville, the chair on platform and resolutions, cast two votes.Ankona .
and Mrs. A. Iloock of
returning home the same day. Waller.Mlouo The Manhattan Boneh hotol and the
John
and the chairman appointed Minor S. 1 delegate
E. L. Barnes, after spending after spending a few days with the form ,
Jones G. S. Hardee and B. J. Stewart. 1 delegate J F Delaney by Oriental hotel, Long Island, nie open
leveral months at Port Orange, writes usIbat er's brother Mr. Max G. Iloock returned The many friends of Mr. F. W. for tho
ha has returned to his summer home home on Friday last. They were Beers, formerly of Tltusville, but now The convention took a recess for a proxy, J F Wooten.Bauyan summer season. Mr. Joseph P.Oreaves .
Mass. here on their honeymoon. of St. Augustine, will regret to learn of short time, after which the oommltteeon 2 delegates It B Stewart, IIJ manager of Hotel Alcasar, St.Augustlno .
it Plymouth, will bo found the
at former
( the death of his infant daughter. It Is delogates to the Stnte and Congressional Milliard.Woodioy. ,
Wednesday was Queen Victoria's The tradeboat Norma, Capt. John only a few weeks ago since the sad death conventions madu their report as 1 delegate E C Walker by hostelry, as usual, this summer.On .

ilrthday, which was celebrated in severil McLean, was on Nelson's ways this of Mrs. Beers took place.We follows : proxy, John Henry. our 4th pago will bo found the
towns throughout Florida, Tampa week undergoing an overhauling, preparatory We, lli committee appointed by the- The convention was composed of ablo advt, nf Mr. T. II. Gorman, pioprletorof
leading tbem all. to engaging in the pinenpplocarrylng acknowledge, with thanks, an chairman to select tliu names of delegates representative citizens, and was remaik- Jtliea Springs and hotel. East Tenn.I'eisous .
business this summer. annual pass from Cnpt. E. L. Magruder, niul and good-will. It
to the State Coiigu-HKUmal conventions able for its unity who are sulTeilng from the
Southern Ilide A Skin Co.
The former well-known and popular resident .
n beg leave lo repoit the follow.Ing speaks well for tho glorious democracy various Ills tlit Is to
Jacksonville has shipped over 10,000litigator Attention is called to the ndvt. of system prone
of who Is
general
hides, besides other skins, durng Henry K. Thomas, Jacksonville, Fla., manager Rockledge of the Independent, now Navigation names, M. S. Sains, J. F, Wooten, of Brevard.I should jilvo this plsee a trial, for It Is w ii
and
Rauleinoo
John Houston, K. It. said tho water has renowned
who Is share of u reputation.
the past fortnight..Mrs. soliciting a patronage Co. and Georgia & Florida Navigation the
Minor S. Jones as delegates to
.
who need
readers
the Advocate llabloK.
from lid Ian Itlvwr
Julia D. Tuttle, a prominent articles See card Co., Columbus, Ga. State Democratic Convention, to bo held u
and
osldent of Miami, was a passenger ''onesterday's pure 8th drugs fancy News was received In Jacksonville, at Orlando, August <'i{ lm (t. Mis. M. II. MmIioii, who lias so aiioecnMrully -

southbound train, en route on page. Tuesdav of the death In Atlanta of Mrs. The delegates to the Congressional Girls, boys, misses, youths, ladles and managed Nevlns' lllvervlewj
lome from Jacksonville. iMr. Attorney G. A. Worlcy, of Miami, Harry Clarkson, mother of Mrs. Frank convention of I Ms district shall meet gentlemen wenr the Dewey oolors. We j hotel, Merrltt, Indian River, during .the
after spending a short while with his Clarkson. of the above city. The latter subject to the call of the Concessional Introduced them; we'll have them Saturday past tlireo seasons, Is managing the
W. C. Brannlng, who has been brother Dr. S. G. Worley, St. Augustine has left for Atlanta. The body of Mrs.Clarkson committee Ut>th 1 J, Stewart, D. L.Gaulden sure. Gahunkh A Walkkii. \Venot i li Inn, a very nloo and comfort
nn the sick list for some weeks past, left aula house at Wenonah N. J. twelve
passed through here Friday, en will be buried In Greonburg, J. P. CoOoor, C. II. Nauniau ,
Monday for Green Cove Springs, where route home. Yesterday he paid a short Ind. Deceased was 77 years old. Mr.Clarkson and T. L. Alderman with power to miles from Philadelphia, whole we wish
lie expects to remain a week or two.Mr. her the bust of luck.
visit to Tltusvllle.Mrs. Is well known on Indian Rive.On name his own ulternato If he cannot Cat* and ClilckciiH for

J. U. Bast, of Courtenay, spent G*eo. W. Schuyler and two attend in pel son. Halo. Some of our contemporaries are making
Brown
from Monday until Tuesday in town, babies of Canaveral left here for New Monday, Sheriff brought The leport of the commltteo was a statement that tho present manager
,
and presented our office with a bouquet York last, Saturday to join her husband, up to Tltusvllle from Grant an old whito adopted by the Convention by unanimous of Motel Koy West Mr. G. Butler Smith
,
and him
named Fred Finnick sent
( fine blossoms. man vote. All kinds sizes, and trained and of Hotol
o magnolia had preceded them by a week orso. ages was ninnager Ormond. This
who business will detain next day to the Insane asylum at Chattahoochee The' following Is the report of the untrained. Send stamp to James ISottls, Is uot so, Messrs. Anderson A Price
Gardner A Walker's show windows Mr. Schuyler's on the West coas*, In charge ofan wanted.
In New York longer than he anticipated commltteo on resolutions : Winchester, 111., stating kind have boon managers of Hotel Ormond
ire a credit to them. They are arranged him his wife to follow officer of the institution who had We, the Democrats of Brevard county, for mi y yours, nnd Mr. Smith occupied
he
telegraphed
10 attractively that the ladies cannot resist so come over for that purpose. Finnick In convention assombled, do resolve as Itontl.A the position as chief stewnid. at that
Tltusvllle-Mlms
taking a peep at the fine display ofpoods him.Mr. was bereft of his reason at times, when follows : The line and popular winter rosort. When

when passing.At W. O. Budd, of Chicago, writes be would indecently expose himself and 1. That we pledge our hearts to our Clipping those Items editors should look
a pineapple otherwise annoy the people In the and In announood In last week's Advocate,
us that he has purchased common country, our support aftor their correctness.Mr .
of the officers of St.Gabriel's .
a meeting Mr.Budd neighborhood In which he lived, so out* between Tltusvllle LaGrange
plantation near St. Petersburg. every noedful way to our Government atWashington. work'on the road ,
Episcopal church, Tltusvllle* has been a frequent visitor toTltusvllle county authorities thought the best plan and Mlms commenced at the A. E. Dick, present manager of
held at Attorney Geo. M. Robbing office and we regret he did not examine to adopt under the circumstances would a. That we re-affirm our fealty to the Mlms end of the road, in District No. 1, the Tampa Bay hotel, It Is reported, will
on Monday night, Mr. Fred. A. Morgan some of the fine pineapple plantations be to send him to the asylum, at the National Democratlo party, and will loyally which will be shelled as far as LaGrange. open the Long llesch hotel. Long Bench,
was appointed treasurer. on Indian River ere purchasing county's expense. uphold Its doctrines as they now On Monday a force of men Long Island, N. Y., early In Juue. The

THERE are those who do not know that elsewhere.Mr. stand, or shall hereafter be promulgated were engaged In District No. 2. and shell grand boulevard completing the road to
ws have all the latest styles In shoes.No Branch of Melbourne ARMLETS, BELTS, corsets, dippers, by Its duly constituted conventions. was being laid from the bridge at the the mainland, will enable guests to
E. P.
,
trouble to try on a shirt waist; "we and Mrs. Williams ofRockledge embroidery, flannels, gowns, hosiery, 8. That we endorse the administration west end of Main street, Tltusvllle, toLaOrange drive or Moyole from any part of Brooklyn
can pin them back." and Mr. Sydney ,the ink, Jeans, kerseys, laces, matches, of Governor Wm. D. Blozham In thus making a good flve-mllo or New Yoik to the hotel. Mr.
Gardner & Walker. came up Monday to town morning by napkins, opals, pipes, quills, rlck-rock, all Its acts and ramifications, and proclaim shell road for wagons, bicycles, etc.lllrth. Dick will make this resort the most attractive
steamer St. Augustine splashers, trunks, union suits, vests, anew our devotion to his person, wml popular, and will give
the J.
The articles upon "Tar Certificates," last, and left the for same Winter d y over Park to attend , whale bones, xtrys, zephyr. Anything and our profound gratitude to him for .. reaaonublu rates to families remaining
"Pineapple Crop Estimates," "Tobacco R. A K. W. By. exercises of RollinsCollege. you want. Gardner & Walker. services to the people which. In point of for the season. n

Culture," "To Protect orange groves and the closing potency, continuity and self-sacrificing Col. C. O. Post will be assslsted next
pineapple plantations from frost," etc., Serious Buh Fires. fidelity, have never been surpassed In Born to Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brady, winter at the Colonsdes, City Beautiful
Jn our Inside pages, are worth reading.Mr. A special meeting of the Ladles Guild any time or country. on Sunday morning last a son. May (Ease Daytona) by Mr. Jas. P. Vlnlng,
A. J. Corbett of St. of St. Gabriel's Episcopal church will beheld During the past week or two fires have 4. That In evincing our approval ofHon. he llvo long and happily, following In one of the best hotel men I n Florida.Mr. .
"as in town ,of Augustine and, at the usual hour this (Friday) afternoon been continual In the bushes, scrub and Robt. W. Davis, we hereby Instruct the footsteps of his worthy father, who Vlnlng Is now at Wllllamstown,
Wednesday, consulting part 'Attorney Tuesday D. L.jaulden in the Board of Trade rooms.As hammock on the peninsular opposite our delegation to the congressional con1ventlon Is said to be the happiest man In town. In the Berkshire Hills of Massachusetts,
matters. Mr. Cortatt this will be the last gathering until Tltusvllle. The dry weather has caused to support him unflinchingly, wheie he has charge of hotel Greylock,
is a upon follower legal of Blackstone in ye cooler weather sets in, and there are the flames to spread over a wide area; Just, last, and all the time. Born at Jacksonville, Fla., May 10, one of the best houses In that section,
indent cltie.Vicepresident. many things of Importance to be acted and we have been told that the property 5. That we also approve the action of 181W, to Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Ransom adaughter. and one that under Mr. Vlulng's management
upon, a full attendance of the members of Mr. George W. Morton, John W.Sackett our county committee in abolishing the We are glad to hear that ha* prospered greatly. The
J. R. Parrott and is requested.Mr. Camp Bros, and others, on county primary system, It having proven Mrs. Ransom Is recovering nicely.Mr. Colonnades will be largely Improved thU
Traffics Manager J. P. Beckwith, of the and Mrs. E. P. Porcher and Banana creek have been burnt out. to be a snare and delusion, and a fostering and Mrs. Itanson formerly resided summer, and with Its steam heat, electrlo -
" E. C. Ry., have returned from Washgton .and Mr. and Mrs. Jas. F. Mitchell bed of bitterness and IndependentIsm. In Tltusvllle. lights, Urge rooms and elegant furniture
and New York, where they went family, through And we hereby joyously congratulate It is bound to be one of tbe most
to make arrangements for transporting and baby, of Cocoa, passed to Jacksonville Church News. ourselves on the return to the popular house* on thevEsst Coast.

roops over their line. here,Monday to spend, on some their months.way Mr. Porcheris Divine services will be conducted by old-tline landmarks. and methods of the FRUIT AND VEGETABLES QN

There will be a Fourth of July general manager of the Indian RiverA Archdeacon Ii. F. Brown to-day (Friday) Democratlo party.G.. S. Hardee, THE EAST COAST. Chang* of TlmT l>l .
'leeting at the Board of Trade rooms, Lake Worth Pineapple Growers' Association at Jupiter; on Sunday next, the slPthInst. Br.TIIEL J. SrKWAHT

ntusville, on Monday night next, the and Mr. Mitchell is his assistant. ., morning and evening, at Eden; and MiMon S. Jones. A chance of time-table on the J., T.A l
''I'thinst. Residents of Tltnsville, La They will now attend to all shipments at Jensen the same day, in the afternoon. The first pines of the season were shipped K. W. Railway went Into effect yesterday. : ?
range, Mlms and surrounding country of pineapples sent to Jacksonville by Bishop Wm. Crane Urav held confirmation The following resolution was offered last week by L. S. Eldred, of An The morning train now leave*
ire invited to be present. members of the above association.Mr. services at St. Gabriel's Episcopal by Attorney M. Goldsmith In a very appropriate kona.DeVlnne. Tltusvllle at 1030 and arrive* here at4'JiO
church Tltusvillr, on Tuesday and glowing speech, and It A Miller of View have make connection
Trains
C. Stokes of Hobe Bay m.
and Mrs. H. p.
. Mr. Cbas. Devlin and daughter, cruise of evening, assisted by Archdeacon B. F. was unanimously adopted; commenced shipping some rlne pineapples north and south for Jacksonville aud
Jter enjoying several months at their Sound, who have been on the a Hillsboro Brown, two lady candidates being con Be It resolved. That we hereby present to New York and other cities.S. Tampa at Sanford.
osy winter home and orange grove atockledgo several weeks' duration on firmed. The Bishop delivered one of his our fellow-cltlzen, Hon. Minors. Jones,
passed through Tltusvllle, and Halifax rivers, returned to Tltusvllleon usual stirring sermons, which was listened as the candidate of the East Coast for A. Bslcher of Miami, It Is said, from
vednesday, en route to their northern Friday night last, and left for home sold to with marked Interest and was the Circuit Judgeship of the Seventh one-half acre pine land, planted In eggplants Mule* for Bale.
ome in Pittsburg, Pa. They expect toe next day. At Daytona Mr.and Stokes bought acatboat much enjoyed by those present. Bishop Judicial Circuit; that our people of all ha* netted 00 cash.

on. Indian River again next winter.The his fine sloop-yacht Gull, Gray, who was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.T. parties, classes and callings with one of pineapples are now going
to return in. While making a T. Wetmore while In town, left for award, prav his appointment, and bearing Shipments be flowing Mule team; the owner having no farther
Florida Fruit Growers' ComiisBion landing at the Tltusville wharf, the pilot Miami on Wednesday, returning home In mind the governor's tone for fair north, so money will soon the East use for tbemr price $50, cost flit
Co., of Jacksonville, have a card ran the boat in too close, and broke oft to Orlando, by way of Jacksonville, the play, we pledge ourselves to show his Into tbe various places along two year* ago.
n our 4th page to which we wish to'raw her mast, thus compelling Mr. and Mrs. following day.Anothir. merit and standing by a side election Coast, Apply to, Mr*. 8ch ell.Hobe .
our readers' attention. This firm Stokes to remain in port a day or so for throughout the circuit, or In any other Quite a quantity of vegetables have Sound, Fla.

solicitingshipments of fruit ind vege- repairs. _____ __ Wedding.On manner which his excellency may be been shipped from Indian River this season
;*< and will send you market reports pleased to signify.We which will now be followed by pineapples Town Tax Kooks Notice.Tbe .
>n
'"''PPfr, read their advt. and give them at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.J. Congressional delegations to further George Macdonald, of Miami, sold from town tax books are now open and

trial.Dr. For sale, the Cliffdale pineapple plantation D. Hatter, Cltv Point. Mr. Adhemar Judge Jones' candidacy In every practical a piece of pine land 40x12" feet, 104 will remain so until tbe first ofone..
F. II. Houghton, of Daytona, at Eden, on Indian River, consisting Brady, of Tltusvllle, and Miss Susie F. way; and that a committee may be worth of eggplants. He planted three D. B. ParrcnABD,
'"tea a* as follows: "I am making arngomenu often acres of land, all cleared Brown, of the former place, were united appointed for the purpose to present this acres In tomatoes, front which he received Collector.
to reach Tltusville by Jane and planted mostly with Red Spanish In the holy bonds of matrimony by Rev.A. resolution to his excellency, the governor WW in easfa.A .
'-o, and good new dwelling The was a and also furnish a copy thereof
am fitting np roomy quarters variety of pines; D. Penney. ceremony
last
1 a large boat, 63x20 feet, and will put house, with all modern conveniences; quiet affair, only a few witnessing It, and to the State and Congressional delegations. special train left Tltnsville Typewriter Itepalrlnjr.
convention then appointed the J. T. A K. W. Railway,
house The over ,
> 7 entire dental outfit. I will try and convenient packing after receiving the hearty congratulations night,
no have all arranged in a convenient large freight house and station on railroad for of their friends the newly-married M. Goldsmith, W. 1L Sbarpe and D. L.Gaulden with about 350 crates of Indian River Only expert in the state. Control the

for comfort as well as practice, and shipping on the fg couple left for Tltosville, where the wedding a committee to present to the pineapples, brougbfup by the steamer work of tbe state. Estimates furnished.AxrBcr .
-ifl ill be able to furnish my patrons with VOg dinner was partaken of at the residence governor the above resolution.Tbe St. AugustlDO.V. r. Lawd,

-ml Dg ,n thollne ot modern dentistry, Eden, Fla. of the groom's mother, Mrs.Alblne following Is a list of delegates that M. Wygant A Co. of New York Room 417, Gardner Block,
V cc" >'ortable quarters for my- Brady. were appointed to the County Convention purchased and shipped over lSfl<> crates Jacksonville, Fla.
,.it and wife, and will go as far south asoooanut For Sale. The bride and groom are well and : of pineapple* last week. They keep two
Grove at least, stopping at all favorably known in this section, and La Grange, 4 delegates Ton Johnson schooners constantly employed plying ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR ACCIDENT.
towns on the way." land In Ashevllle, X. have the best wishes of all for a long, J. Mendel, L. A. Coleman, J. A.Carlile between Miami and the keys. Also Life and Fire Insurance. Call onS.
Sixteen InAsbeWjonetract happy and prosperous married life, In ; by proxy, Tom Johnson.Tltusville '
bSudlcglou highest point D. 0
; io b, Agt,
which the Advocate) heartily Joins.Mr. 11 delegates R. W. Rhodes,
BAFS oil AppTyAshevllle residing In the P. Brown L. A. Brady FURXITURE STORK has tolUt s U, At Chaffee's drag store.Tltusvllle .
gasoline or Blue Flame and Mrs. Brady are (by proxy J. ); Fla. .
t !i come * tbem- Screen cloth N. C. Scoble cottage on Hopkins street. (by proxy A. A. Stewart): A. W. Bale, beds, curtain chains, run*, tabtes, etc. % (

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INDIAN U1VER ADVOCATfc. MAY 27, 1898.



has so vested, and the tax certificate remains can only bedevoloped by its enforcement.It MINES FOR THE ST. JOHNS GKORO MARX.

in the hands of 'the state treasurer would.be Impossible lor any IegUlartlve RIVER.

It is the duty of the tax collector body to enact any statute that ____

to withhold such land from sale for unpaid would be entirely satisfactory to every* Work was begun last week laying the -Wholesale Dealers' InGxocexies.

taxes, although at the time of the body, and criticisms1 are not only to be submarine mines at the mouth of the rt.
assessment the land was subject to taxation expected, but are entirely leglmate whenever Johns River. It has been thought by ., ZF-rxxlt stro-ca. 3xoa.u.c
been )
some that these mines had already
and was regularly assessed. To ,the purpose Is to accomplish the placed, but such seems not to have been 131T ad 133 East Bay Street and 8 and S Newnan Street,

Illustrate, I will suppose thst a parcel of greatest'good for the greatest number.Ifebbed the case. .olaao' 3L 7"illo
land was sold to the state for unpaid The steamer Edith took down a ..quantity
Uncle taxes of 1805, on the first Monday in the Grave.A of wire last week to be used In connecting
the mines with the shore, and THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES 1H
ONE OF THE
Sam June, 1800, and that said parcel of land the same boat has also taken down a CIIWe
Says was regularly assessed for the taxes -*>f startling incident, of which Mr. quantity of material for use in their con
1890-07 respectively. The tax collector John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the struction. The work will be done under are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Co.
This Is 4s narrated by him follows: of the We also a full-line of Hay Grain
would have full sell the subject, as the direction of Lieutenant Hart guaranteed genuine carry and Feed. w.
America'sGreatest power to same '*! was In a most, dreadful condition. My United States engineering corps. your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased. *"
parcel of land for the taxes of both akin was almost yellow, eyes sunken, The mounting of the four big guns atSt.
years, provided the sales were made before tongue coated, pain continually In bock Johns Bluff is now about completed, MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.E.
.Medicine. the first Monday In June, 1808, as and sides, no appetite gradually growing and the guns wilt be ready for use by .
It will the period of redemption would not expire weaker day by day. Three physicians the middle of this week. The two carloads
had given me up. Fortunately, afriendad of ammunition which have been In
SharpenYour and the title of the state would not vised trying-'Electric Bitters;' the city fur some time will be taken Wischenbach, Manager.Don't F. G. Rusbkll.t,,
Appetite vest, until that date. To accomplish and to my"great joy and surprise, the down to the bluff this week, and the
this the sale for unpaid taxes of 1807 first bottle made a decided Improve port of Jacksonville will then be amply
Purify'and would have ment. I continued their use for three pi-ntected against foreign invasion.No FLORIDA MACHINE WORK
to take place on the first !
Vltallz Your Blood. Overcome That weeks, and am now a well man. I know Information has yet been given out
Tlr-d Feeling. Get a bottle of Monday In May* 1808. On the first Monday they saved my life, and robbed the grave as to the force lo be stationed at the fort
Hoods Sarsaparllla and begin totak in June, 1808, the title to such parcel of another victim." No one should fail to have charge of the guns, but it is pie- IRON and BRASS CASTINGS.
of land would vest and become absolute to try them. Only CO centa per bottle sunned that men will be sent here who
it TODAY, and realize the great at F. S. Chaffee's Drug Store. are experienced In their handling.TimesUnloo .
good it Is sura to do you.Hood's in the State of Florida without and Citizen. General.Repairing Proznptlv & Accurately Don,
the Issuance of any deed, and the tax
Sarsaparilla collector could not sell such parcel of PINEAPPLE CROP ESTIMATES.At .
Tobac o Spit and Rmelis Tunr I lie Away.To Iron Building Columns, Shafting, Pulleys, Hang,
If America's Qraateit Medicine. Alldrugiflsts. land for the unpaid taxes of 1807 on that
quit tobacco euBtly am) forever, be mairuetle
day (the first Monday in June), or at the time of the late severe freeze full of Ufa, nerve untl vit, take NoToIioo Sash Weights and Grate and Boxes in Stoclt.
any subsequent day, but he would be the prospects for the pineapple crop for the wonder-worker, thuctnalio* weak met' Saw Mandrels of
strong;. All druggists, 60oorCI. Curuifuarun all Su
TAX CERTIFICATES, ETC.la entitled to credit therefor by the -State the coming season seemed to be decidedly teed Booklet und sample free. Address Bars a Specialty.
and county respectively.3rd. blue, and it was confidently stated Sterling itemedy Co., Chicago or New York, SuFurnished. .

the general ooriespondence of Ills The lost question covered by that the crop would not go beyond one-
The of the United States maintain SaTTOVFL '. MILLS.
half of the of the season. negroes
office, Comptroller Reynolds writes manj your Inquiry relates to the purchase of crop average
letters which aie very luteieMting as well tax certificates covering lands sold for From time to time, however, more arid seven colleges, seventeen academies, Telephone 102. Office and Shops atlEnd of Viaduct in Riven,

as instruotl vo. On the subject of atiNdsswents unpaid taxes, and as to that, the law more favorable reports of the pineapple and fifty high schools. JACKSONVILLE, FLOEIDA.CHAS. .

taxes, and tax snle certificates, provides that "Any person may purchase fields have come it, and the more recent Car* Constipation Forever.

he recently penned the following letter, any such tax cei tlfioate held by these reports are, the brighter seems Take Ciuymrets Cunu v CutuurUo. 10c or 50.

wItoll make* the entire subject very the State from the Treasurer, after two the prospect for a crop that will be much If C O. O. fall to euro, druKK'sts refund mouoy IB X3Fiia.o -. ttLv4: : c5c co.

plain: years from the date of tax sale, by paving more than one-half of.what Is considered During tlie last century one hundred

I beg to say that the letter to which the amount of such certificate, with to be a full crop, and it may be safely lakes in the Tyrol have subsided and DEALERS IN

you refer related solely to the "assessrnent" twenty-five per cent per annum additional stated now that the crop will be from atwothirds disappeared. "Wines &.JO.K5L I.lQL"u.ors

of real estate for taxation, mid ; and the endorsement of such certificate to a three-quarters*, orop. In 417, 410 W. Bay 81.,
not to the sale thereof for unpaid taxes; by the Treasurer In his name of the case of some plantations the crop
henoo It Is not applicable to the particular office shall be sufficient evidence of the will turn out still better than a three- ALEX NEAR. ERNEST TAYLOR. JACKSONVILLE, \ R

case mentioned In the first part of transfer and assignment thereof; provided quarters crop. W. O. Sllmore, of Eden, NEAR & TAYLOR RICH WINES create good, rlcb U
blood.
thy Don't lnuke the
niltakt
your tetter, In order that you may fully the purchaser shall purchase all conservatively estimates that this sea buying sour poor wine becauw It

understand the law bearing on the entire the certificates held by the state, city or son's crop will be over 130,000 crates. So (Successor* to John McAllister.) cheap. It eflect Is not.upon It the has ssstem a natty, *,lm i igreeable

subject-matter of your letter, it will town upon the same property, but incose fir as the Immediate of Melbourne is Artesian Well Contractors good wine is really not expmlte,
be nooessary for me to consider the assessment a deed has been to the state, city or concerned, it may be stated that the satisfied gives you feeling that pulled-together, i

of land, the sale theieof for un-1 town, such ceitlfloates shall not be assigned plants are In excellent condition.As EAU GALLIE, FLA. Una Or""Mountain We make a Dew Specialty Com VbMeytin of North C*

paid taxes, and the purohaso of the tax unless the purchaser shall also a basts on which to estimate in years old, fi 60 per gallon.I'artles .

certificate, covering the same from the purchase the title of the state, city or this immediate vicinity it may be stated THINGS IIAVn CHANGED. well to order living lrum in us Dry, as Tovns e cu m u
State Tioasurer, as three separata and town from the Treasurer or the properly that on the plantation of Rev. Mr. them 60 per cent,on all orders,
distinct constituted oV Dames the peninsula nearly opposite t9r Always send monej witb i....
u propositions: city town authorities. on Time Works Wonders, nn I Herein We will not open new account, no!
1st. The law provides "tlmt all prop.erty Seo section 50, of chapter 4322, Laws Melbourne, the plants show,every promise suitable Jacksonville reference ii pit
No Goods sent C.O. V toDrj Tonti
Fact is
This & ; iCv
real and peisonal, In this state, imt of Ploilda.Vou of giving fully eighty per cent, of a ClearlyDemonstrated. '!'6mitH "l vv N> Agent for Indianojiolls lirc lng (
hereby expressly exempt therefrom, will see that one of the conditions full crop, or about 1,200 crates. It \ Brewers and Bottlers,Indium polu,It
Hercules Malt Tonic,t2 20 per case; Clayton & Russell Wild Cherry Brandy, f 4 50 per cue.
hall bo subject to taxation In the in inner of purchase Is that "the purchaser shall must be remembered too, that Mr.Barnes' \ few years ago Dr.VI .
by law." all of the aie not covered. Should cant cuma to Florida
provided The follow Iuu, purchnse certificates held by plants and began practice byadvertising.
among other property, Is exempt fiom the State," and In order to make this effective the other plants on the river reach th In less than
week be tbe SAW AND PLANING MILLS JACKSONVILLE YARD
a was most ,
taxation: "All property, real and personal the State Treasurer requires the high average.of those, Mr. Gilmore's estimate ''talked about" man in Falatka, Flo. E. Bay St., Foot of CatbeHi
of the United St.itos and of this applicant to furnish a ceitlflcate from for the Move will prove to be the S ate. Physicians
asked their
were by patients
state." The law also provides that the the clerk of the circuit court setting considerably below the correct one. what theythought WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
about this Dr. Vincent.ClinKlnic .
assessor "shall ascertain by diligent Inquiry forth all the tax certificates held by the East Coast Republican. to the teaching ,

the names of all taxable peisonsin State coveting the land* applied for. of a decade ago, and
looking upon the newcomer Manufacturers of
his county, and also their taxable Under this requirement the puichaser is DEMOCRATS ATTENTION.A as a sort of an interloper

personal property, and all taxable real compelled to purchase from the, State always ,the their samei reply "He was

ostate therein, on the first day of January Treosuier all of the certificates held by Call For m State Uemncratlo Convention can'texpect him to,be mtirhon Is an advertiser that account.,and you" Cypress Lumber, Shingles, and Lath.A .

of each year, and shall make out an.assessment the Stale on the same property. There at Orlando August 3, 18MB. How wonderfully things bave changed in a few

roll of all such taxable prop are two statutes fixing the amount to be short months.In the To-day eity there but who Is not will an say honest that large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, >lilDg>

erty." paid for the purchase of tax certificates, The Democratic Party of the State of worst Practitioner kinds of lias cbronlo certainly cases.cured But many It is not of the tbe lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cjprtmouldings

Seotlon 05, Of chapter 4122, laws of chapters 3!).'!, of the Revls'od Statutes of Florida will khold a State convention at physicians who are supposed to know of all of all patterns a specialty.

1 lanm*** Florida, provides that "where land Is the State of Florida, and section 50, of Orlando, Florida, on Wednesday. August city these or cures.Butte and Oo where you will you bear will throughout of these cases.At tbe. When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us.

bid oil by the collector for tlio state, the chapter 4322, Laws of Florida. The first 3, 1808, at 12 m. for the following purposes the same time. Dr. Vincent does not claim be tobo
Infallible. He sometimes fails, but when
tax oortlflcato shall be Issued by the collootor covers land sold to the State for the unpaid : does, the chances are that there is no hope for
To nominate the following candidates, the case, no matter where he goes. In all coseshe
to the state. In the of the taxes of 1877 to 1880 Inclusive
name and
asks but a fair ami impartial trial. That isall.
treasurer, and If the land is not redeemed and tho lattor to land sold to the State to wit: Two Justices of the Supreme SPECIALTIES THE SODTHERN FDEL & SUPPLY Company
!
the certificate for Court, one for the full term of six years,
or not sold by the unpaid taxes assessed Jor the year CATARRH and all CHRONIC DISEASES oftbe
state, the title to the (and shall, at the 1887 and subsequent years. *'* and one to fill the unexpired term of Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Lungs,Heart, Stomach

expiration of the time for redemption,- There are also provisions of law as to Hon B. S. Llddon, resigned; a State Skin, Liver and Mood, Bowels.Chronio Kidneys Ulcers, Bladder(old sore, Nerves leg),, Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement

vest in the state without the issuing of the redemption and cancellation of tax Treasurer to fill unexpired term;two Railroad cele Cancer and, Rupture files guaranteed, Stricture onred, Varicocele without, Hydro u ing , , ,

any deed, as provided for In other cases, certificates, all of which are contained Commissioners, each for the term the knife. Itlieuinarism, diseases peculiar to
and the certificates shall be evidence of In the Revised Statutes and Revenue of four years, and one Ballroad Commissioner given women special and Private attention Diseases JNo of botb sexes, are Yitrifled Paying and Sidewalk Brick.

the title of the state, and none of the Complication. The laws are passed for for the term of two years, to be charge. Special for consultation.rates for in il treatment.DR. Fees always. reasonable.

provisions in this act providing for the government of officials, and must be followed voted for at the next State election; and W. T. 8. VINCENT, Specialist. 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telephone i

Issuing of a deed shall apply to such I rogardless of the consequences.n to transact such other business as may Mohawk Block,cor. Bay Market Streets,
Jacksonville Florida.
,
oases; and In all onsos In whloh landor| If there should be defeots a law they come before the convention. Hours: 9 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 & 7 to 8 p. m. J. K. MUNNERLTN, General Jlanagw.tITIIIA .
real estate has heretofore been sold or The different counties in the State will Sundays 3:'H) to 3 p. m.only.

purchased by the state, and the certificate send delegates to the convention upon =p

has not been sold or land or real estate the following basts of representation: SPRINGS, OA.SWKETWATElt 17" I Invite your Attention to my Complete)Stock at
boen redeemed One delegate for each one hundred votes
not and the time
/or redemption has passed, It shall not for the candidate on the State ticket PARK HOTEL.Lithla -* HARDWARE AND CROCKERY 4-
who received the highest number of
be necossary for the state to procure a Springs,Near Atlanta,Ga.

deed, but the title shall bo held to be In votes at the general eleotion of 131)0, and Florida and New York sleepers pasn our door. Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tiowareriteware

the state, and the certificate shall bo one additional vote for the fraction in Hotel in opens the South.Feb. 18.Never The most any coses healthful of conta5ions location - doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, Ice cfreezers.
evidence of the title of the state." excess thereof when It amounts to fifty or Infectious diseases, or even malaria Quick meal gasoline' stoves. Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, garden t
Section 67 of the same act provides or more. the place to spend the spring;months without plows and harrows, paints and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry nr
risk. Not as cold as mountain resorts, nor and barbed wire
among other things, that "any The counties under this rule will be too warm to be sale. Rooms with both prates
person, and steam heat, electric lights, private baths, *
or agent of such person, claiming any of entitled to representation as follows: and toilets, hoc and colli running water. Sun Harrison. Bros Ready Mixed Paints.

the land or parts thereof, or any creditor Alachua, 14; Baker, 2; Bradford, 6; parlors privileges.and Elass-lno'Hotel cost.osed a>to,0 porches.
of such person, may at any time Brevard, 8; Calhoun, 1; Citrus, 2; Clay, known medicinal for baths rheumatism and the strnngjest, kidney Lithla and bladder water prices answered your patronage.promptly.Mail Orders given I'roinnt and Careful Attention, and inqulnw

within two years suooeedfng the sale, redeem 4; Columbia, 0; Dade, 4; DeSoto, 0; troubles Send for circular, il 00 to 84 per dav|
Duval Escambia 11 Franklin IS to 8'jfl per week: less by the month. It. T.
any parcel of said land, or part or 22; ; 2; Make, late of Pass Christian and Manltou,Colo. B>
interest In the same." These provisions Gadsden, 4; Hamilton, 4; Tlernando, 2; West Palm Beach,

of law clearly show that land Bold to the Hillsborough, 20; Holmes, 3f Jackson,

.state for unpaid taxes are not exempt 0; Jefferson, 14; Lafayette, 3; Lake, 7; WAR !
lfroni assessment until the expiration of Lee, 2; Leon, 14; Levy, 4; Llbeity, 1; Wm. J. Harkisheimer, Pres. U. E. ITarkisueimer, Seo'y 4 Ti*

two year* from the date of the tax sale.A Manatee, 7; Madison, 7; MailonO; Monto -

parcel of land sold to the state for unpaid t 4; Nassau,'*; Orange, 10; Osceola, We have just mode arrangements by which we The Elgin Batter Company of Florida,
taxes on the 6th day of June, 1S98, 2; Pasco, 4;, Polk, 8; Putnam, 8; St. obtain control of a special edition of

would be subject to taxation, and should sion which no man can ever appreciate. Johns, 7; Santa Rosa, S; Sumpter, 4; CRAM S BIG WAR ATLAS WHOLESALE OXLT.Blatter .
tte,assessed as of January 1st, 1800, and The peace of mind, the mental poise and Suwannee, 8; Taylor, 3; Volusia, 8; ,
1st 1900 and would calmness under difficulties, which is necessary Waukulla, 5 Walton, 4 Washington 3.
January become for happy womanhood is only possible ; ; THE BEST BOOK OF ITS KIND aaa. oxempt on the 6th day of June, 1000, when the sensitive feminine organism is in The counties will select their delegates It Is just what you want and all you want to
unless'redeemed or purchased; and if a perfectly healthy condition. If there be In any manner which may be deemed follow the movements of our fleets and our arm Office and Cold JACKSONVILLE, H1
Storage 110 W.'Bay St.
weakness of ,
any or derangement in this respect ies. It contains IS pages large colored maps,
the certificate remained In the bands of no remedy in the world so com best by the people acting through the 21x14 inches anil 14xlUM Inches in size, covering *
the state treasurer on the first day of pletely restores womanly health, nervous party organization as recognized by the occur.all territory where a conflict could possibly Our 4 Crewn Butter is being used by the best merchants throughoutthsSj
via/or snd capability as the wonderful The butter handled by us Is the and best CremW"in
January, 1001, the exemption would apply "Favorite Prescription invented byiDr. last State Convention. COMPLETE STATISTICS.Xavo product of one of the largest
and the assessor would not be authorised K. V. Pierce, chief consultingphyaician of All democrats are invited, to participate the State of Illinois. It Is always uniform in quality.

to assess the same. This disposes of Buffalo"Z J 'IJ1 N.'Y. 'Itnd purifies Surgical, heals Institute and in the selection of delegates thereto and] and possessions military,and Involved history, all of the all official countries Merchants not receiving our quotations will do ns a favor by writing for"*

of the question of "assessment'* strengthens: insures functional regularity: Including those who have become documents, eto.,cm.It By WE SELL OXLT
provides physical reinforcement qualified to vote since the last election. TO TIIE TRaDE. This is positive.
and
In so far as it relates to lands sold to the sus Answers all War Questions
taining nower at periods of special weak The chairman and secretary of each FLORIDABucklen's -
state for unpaid taxes.2d. ness and depression. county convention held for the purpose Settles all War Arguments THE ELGIN BUTTER CO. OF
,
It Is the
As to the sale of such lands by the only medicine which makes of electing delegates to the State Convention
coming of baby safe and
the tax collector, during the period of TIn a personal letter to comparatively Dr. Pierce. are requested to send Hon. W.A. Strictly Dp to Date.

redemption, I., e., two years from the Mrs. Marguerite Collin, of Cutler. Algoma Rawla, chairman, Tallahassee, Flo., a Even If yon bave another Atlas, yon need this Arnica Salve. Draslr la Blood ** '
Co., Ont, says: written Or printed copy of the proceedings one to keep posted. While this special edition
.date of sale to the state, it is evident W" i?rer "* was cured by D of such county conventions, together last* we will send copies, postpaid, together The best Salve In the world for cuts Clean blood means a clean Oui0tio C; l
that It la the duty of the tax collector, Pterce's weodcrftil medicine. Wkn I commencedthe with a list'of the names of the with four Issues < our profusely illustrated bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum beauty,without it.!Cascarets *
medicine I could neuaer nor com la paper"Up To Date, for ittets In stamps fever clean your blood and ? 0
under the law, to continue to sell such sleep. Mr nanus and feet were ceeatautrv *>, County Executive Committee appointed, or sliver. Address sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, stirring up the lazy hver n 1 !
,''fc La'Sfta";' * drain for'tsm designating thereon the chairman and corns, and all skin eruptions and from thVbodjr. BfPn 8-
lands until such time the title positively purities
as shall, "" .. .1,took? ] Dr.mo rterce-a 1 *< were never'regular. secretary of such committee. OP TO DATE cures Piles, or no pay required. banish pimples, boils, blotches, ,
Bevorite wCsscsrets.
by reason of a'previous sale, 'Lara been tion and trenredme..- Prescrip Bawls Chairman.J. It Is guaranteed to give and that sickly bilious complexion
r leel wen. I thaak tie ,W. A. perfect atUf ction cenU. *
lastcdJnihastate,'butwhen the title| *"* * P ntr Medsmi a* eia>ien." C Cooper, Seo'y- Mon Bl ., CHICAGO. or money refunded. Price 2.Tcv per satisfaction. beauty guaranteed for ten w-*>y.
fists
For ,
sale by F. S. Chaffee A Co.box. .












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INDIAN Rivkk ADVOCATK, MAY ST. l 9Hw



professional Cards. PROTECT ORANGE GROVES two or three places with wires. When
HODGES & GODFREY
AND PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS freezing weather began he placed an old ,

BOSSrirS. WAITS*S.GaVABAK.j3 tin can filled with a mixture of lard and
FROM Manufacturers of
WS 4 GRAHAM. FROST.S. kerosene In each cylinder, makinghole


ATTORNKTS-AT-CAW, Sarvey takes a big step in advance his under oan the In cylinder place. These with a cans spade were to furnished get MANIER & LANE MUSIC CO.ConoYer Yellow Pine Lumber,

-jciHouBSi-From/jifelo/ 12 a. m., of what has hitherto been suggested in with a small wick drawn through koven a dressrd,

! and jfc this state for the protection of orange a slot near the top of the oan. Care

rrrcsvn.". Brevard Co., Florida.ifJSotfeslaM trees and pineapples from frost; but it was taken to have the flame fixed so Oraage Boa lleada,
rrwlt M Vegetable Cravtee.
,
really advocates nothing more than what that it would not injure the plant nor t
>* onrtt- ute f" Lumber delivered at any part nf Indian River
Is now practiced in the forcing of pineapples burn the enveloping cylinder. The tiny on through bill of lading. Anyone contemplating
!Lci l faeilitlas tor examining ind psrfect'jfjid In the flame Fischer Frankiln building on the Kant Coast, would do well ta>
Azores would burn for three
titles. says the Fruit and continuously Kingsbury write for price*. The 8awmlll In situated on the)

Vegetable Grower Since the latter expenditure or four days as long on most oold snaps J.,T. A K. W, Ry., miles aoutb of raletka.BatauniAlIljrht .

JONES is simply for the purpose of last. This not only protected the body *, Putnam co.FIv.
S. ,
| fflSOB securing the ripening of pineapples so asto of the plant, but the protruding tops PIANOSCHICAGO

ATTOBNETi.TLAVirtfcxCSVILLE take advantage of the prices that prevail were kept from freezing by the heated NATIONAL 3I2=

In London and other big English air. Seeing Is believing, and I saw his

BREVARD CO., TLA. cities during the Christmas holidays, plants, a hundred of them, unharmed COTTAGE ORGANS..... Home-Seekers

while in our case the expenditure would of frost, except the overhanging tips of
Judge of Brevard County. REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.KxohanRlnp
County be for the actual saving of the plants the leaves. Mr. Wlnkelmao says the .
Lowest Prices Terms.
themselves, the expenslveness of the expense was not great, and he oan roll ; Easy

L. GAULDEN, plan of protection suggested by Mr, up his cylinders and put them away for ; property for Property

LAW Harvey should not be considered as any other winters.I Write for ..Catalogues.MANIKR. Specialty. Send Description of wast

ATTORNEY-A objection to its adoption by ourselves. told Dr. MaxweH Uoodwetl about the you have, ami what you want.MALAItAR .

will practice In all the Courts of the State The letter is as follows: cylinders and he at once said It was a A LANE MUSIC COMPANY,

i riorldm and the United States ConrU.e Man's fight with nature is continuous great scheme. He said he had burnt up 34 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Indian River, FLORIDA.C. .

,0. Box,235.Money to TITU8YILLK Loan. FLA.18Jt and regular. It Is the natural condition about all the rubbish during the late C. CARROLL,

of affairs. To succeed, he must fight freeze, and that such a cylinder, smaller Real Estate Agent.Kilfrertoii .

GOLDSMITH all and everything that will, or oan, retard according to the size of the tree trunk,

T success In that which he under would save orange trees without a lamp.It Choice . .

takes.We. would be less labor than to( tie the Wines, Liquors

ATTORNET-AT-LAW, of Florida, desire, for Instance, to trunks up in straw and give better protection . and Cigars.

produce tropical fruit. Our land Is covered lias any one ever tried such Georgia Southern and Florida Railway.
Guaranteed Pure.
.
Florida.J. .
btasville, with an unproductive growth. We wooden cylinders around orange tree

clear trunks ? If so let him Sold at reduced
land to produce something wewant. report.IIow'h ,
"' n*e e ee ae.aaaea eeee e ee a* prtoea
We find the boII poor in plant
WEBB, SuAvanco River Ifcoulo to X7loii food, and with the knowledge of the Tills Tokay Wine,

ATTORXET-AT-LAWV chemist, we we put on it the necessary from Italy.

Will practice in the Courts of the 7thElrcuit plant food. We find periods of time We offer One Hundred Dollars for any

when nature does furnish sufficient oaso of catarrh that cannot be cured byHall's From Palatka to Atlanta John B. Togni ,

Catarrh Cure.F. .
Melbourne, -, Florida. rrfolsture. We overcome nature by Saloon 12-1 Kaat St..
supplying J. Cheney., props., Toledo* O.We 'And Intermediate Points, Including Macon, Cordelle, Tlfton, Valdosta, Jasper, Metropolitan Hay
the necessary water. the undersigned, have known F.J. .
Lake City, etc JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
Cheney for the last 15 and believe
Insects, provided by natural laws, attack htm perfoctly honorable years in all business Take Indian River steamor to Titusville, oonnectlng with the J., T. A K. W. Wholesale and lletell......
FRIES C. E.
| 0. and destroy the things we desire toproduce. transactions and financially ablo to Railway, for Palatka, or ohange at Kaat Talatka ou K. K. C. K'y.

We do not give up hopeless.We carry out any obligation made* by their and Most Complete
COUNTY SURVEYOR. Direct Line to Soldiers Yia Tifton.D. The Largest
correct by destroying the Injurious firm. Fitzgerald ( Colony) Establishment South.GEO. .

Land legally surveyed and subdivided.kapping inseors.It West A Truax, wholesale druggists,
Toledo, O.Waldlng O. HALL, T. IA.., HUGH II. RICHARDSON, Gen. Agt,
neatly done. Estimates for is the boast that we of America are Klnnan A Marvin, wholesale 12 Kimball, Atlanta, Ga. 7 Hogan St., Jacksonville.U. S. HACKER & SON

Ul kinds of engineering works. Disfctitod resourceful, energetic, and can produce druggists, Toledo, O.Hall's 11. RHODES, Soliciting Pass. Agt., Macon, Ga.J. ,

more of that which man wants than Catarrh Cure is taken internally, LANE, G. A. MacDONALD,
lines a specialty.hrmviu.E and Gen'l Gen'l Passenger Agt.
blood
other people. A cold wave that destroys acting directly upon the mucous Superintendent.
surfaces of the system. Price 7&o\
Brevard Co., Florida.QTEPHEN' orange trees is a natural force that man per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testimonials

can overcome and control, and American free.A .
Notice of Muster's Sale.TTNDKR .
energy and brains should provide a Parlor.
Shaving
E.FOSTER, means that would be effective, and not Chinese gentleman always sends .
of decree of foreU
vlrtne
and by a -
so expensive as to preclude its use. I pair of geese to. the lady of his choice, cloaure and aale laaiilnit nut of the Circuit

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, and looked the emblems Court, In and for ItrevitrU vminty, rinrlila
as
they are
believe take 20 upon
fully you can acres, or wherein ffiarlea J. HiMit In rnmplalimnt, andNannie
Rooms 420 A 423, Gardner Building, more, on the Hats around Jacksonville of conjugal fidelity.A I. Wllklnann and llainlluui II. Wilkin,
aon and othera aie dufendanta, 1 will anil at|ml>-
Ucksoxviixe, Flokida.Iwsi. and raise an orange grove to perfection, Hoauotlon, In frnntof the court hoime dunr atTltuevllle

absolutely safe from cold. I believe it Alan Who Is Tired legal hours, HrevarU of sale,on oounty the Florida, during the

Scott. Gordox R. Broome.CCOTT can be done at a cost that will leave avery All the time, owing to impoverished riKST MONDAY IN JUNK, 1H08,
should take Hood's
blood Sarsaparilla -
large interest on the whole invest being the 8th day nf aald month, to the highest MANUFACTURERS OF
& BROOME, to purify and enrich his blood and Deat bidder for comIi, the following described
ment.I and give him vitality and vigor. real eatate, altuatcd In HrevarU county, Doors Sash Blinds
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, would suggest the use of steam radiators This condition of weakness and lack of florlda, towltiHeKtn ,
on the t bunk nf Indian tllver at the
( Bank from lines of pipes laid throughout energy Is a natural oonsoquenoe of India ruhlter tree, dencrtlted In a deed from Moulding & Building Material.Otllco
over
) the coming of warmer weather, which Itethel J.Htewnrt and wifeto rUophen Itvder, .
Itflarol the grove at lntorvals of a line of pipe finds the system debilitated and the dated Hai>l ml Florida.fc .
to each line of trees, and a radiator to blood Impure. ''" Honk "E, on puire IXJ, of the renord of dauda ofllrevard A Wan-room*. King, opposite
county; thence mirth 111 d Krv a and
each tree. The same piping, with the A good spring medicine Is a necessity 40 minute* ciMt alnnKaulaxeditne 3 lilIUOnhalnato Cannon Street.Charleston .
with almost one. Hood's Sarsaparllla a atone corner, wh mie a palm inurked X
EORGE W. ALLEN, radiators off, would water the whole Is what every the millions take In hears north 1 (Interne l l tniuutea eaat H 7-KKI feet| S. C.
marked X bear* south S3 dOR-rena
alao
when during our dry a pitlin
grove necessary, the spring. Its great power to purify 30 minute* went IA Mint feet| thence run miulh xHardware.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW weather. All groves suffer Immensely and enrich the blood and build up 123 deKrecn 4(1( minute* euet 3 4O-10O vhalna to a Sash Weights Cord and
corner atone, whence a palm marked X hear* ,
from drouth when depending on nature health is one of the facts of common
north 13 ilttKrne*30 minutes weat'il feet) alao a
West .
fey Florida. experience.A palm marked X l>ear* north U decree* went 27
for water supply.It .
feet: thence Mouth SI decrees 4A inlnutea went H. S. MEADOR, .
practlceVkn
Will the United States would require something leBS than 3 IA-iiNI clialu* to Indian River) thence northerly
pad State Court**$:' 0jun05rR. fat man's club, containing 100 members along the river to point of neirlnnlnn'. oontaininic Washington Avenue, Window and Fancy Glass
of to a
23,000 feet piping pipe twenty- one and neven one-hundreiitha acre*.
I estimtte the cost of steam and representing an aggregate Alao heirlnnliiK" "" the eaat hank of Indian A SPECIALTY.BO .
acre grovo. weight of 24,0001bs., flourishes in the River at the anotliwent corner of tract altnvedencrllwil. TITUS VILLK, FLO III DA.lgaa. .
F. D. and water'plant, complete, at $8,000. It thence nputh XI degreea eaat along
nOUGHTON
[
United States. the river nhore 5 40-luo ohalna to the northwent YEARS'
may reach $10,01)0) ; but I believe the corner of the trait of land late owned by J. It, EXPERIENCE

lower estimate would do it.Tbe Moraa, but now by Mr. Jerome) thence north
Educate Your Dowels With Cusearets. Ti degree*eaat along the north line of naid tract
DENTIST.ftlaytona cost of twenty acres, cleared, 14chain* to HMiana river; thence north W degrees
Cathartic forever.lOo
eure constipation
Candy went along the rlvur Allure a 4-lm> chain*
planted In first-class trees, fertilized and ,20o.. If C.O.O,fall,druggist*refund money. u> land of Cbarlea H. Magrudnri thence aoutb
Florida.ID said Magruder'a line to
went along
would not be 711 degreea
cultivated to bearing
age,
the eant aide of a long pond,a ilintanca of about
over $1,000, considering the fact that One of the latest achievements In chemicaladence 10chain*; thence north jia degree* weal along
Is the the eaat margin of the pond tfft'i-loo chainaithenoe
containing
a pellet
ALPH E. SMITH, M. D. most wonderful crops of early vegetables | In a wenterly direction to the aoutheaatonmer Track MmkiDcsion
could be raised on land so protected from concentrated elements of coffee, sugar of the tract uratatHive.mentloned; thence *
along the nnuth line of said tract to I idlanKlver
PHYSICIAN AND cold and-drouth, while the trees were and milk.Malarlon. ,containing l and one-half acrea, more COTTON mw Cor vriiarrr Ac.
SURGEON. eketeh and nay
or leaa. In section IT, townahlp l, aoutli range Anyone eenfltns a ileserlptlnn whether
small. SI eaat, the above corner*being marked by atone onlnely aenerteln nur opinion free an
Oimmnnlne
Specialist in Genital, Urinary an Rectal would of la endorsed hjr heat Fhyelclane monument*,according to aurvey of It. II. Hurclillel SOFT SEINE TWINES.A tlona Invention strtetlr Is eortflilentlal.pronsMf patenteble.llarulhonhon I'ateuteieiit *
What a twenty-acre
grove of Nov. lnth IH o, recorded Hoc. *lth, IM.n, free. Oldest suennr for seeurlne petetiI'atania
Diseases. bearing orange trees, ten years and guaranteed to Cure Chills, Fever and the foiegolng being the land at llrantley,Imughtof fTipr.FON TWINE.CABLB taken thnmeb Mann Co. reeelvepssiol
perfect PtRFECT } /
Ague. All druggists or from Mofllt- Francea V, Hurtlett, widow and devlnee ofJonlah netlee. without charge, In the
Located at Flaclde Hotel, old, within a mile or two of Jacksonville Co. St. Louis.An llnrtlcttdeceaaod.by If. II. Wilkinson, C0RD8 MACRAME.E. .
West Drug ejo Scientific Jimerican
the right*
with riparian appertaining
fMMONviLLE been demonstrated together *
Florida. be worth ? If it had
to each of the foregoing descrllied tract*of land EMORY JOHNSON, Owese Osm.. Mae.M00DUS rtr.tmintUm .
A h iif1.ofii.>lr ItlniifrMwMl w Mklr> iMmmt
that such a grove could be absolutely American has invented an electric at Hrantley.Alao off mnf wii iitin begin at a poet net on land In lot 3, town CONN. .
wMltl *
Mvltt all n ir
protected from cold and drouth, $.i0KX, ) which carries batteries ahlp W, aotith range 30 eant, and 7H reet eant ofUna f* r rj four muMUNN&J $L *f
pineapple, Orange and Lemon unreasonable value to bicycle storage dividing nectl >na 3 and 4, ami IW feet aouthof toy"* ** New 'fork
Land would not be an of sufficient capacity to run the motor, line dlvlillng Iota 1 and of *ald neotlouai Branch Office,& fR,Washlnetun,It.C.V2l .
For Sale, Cheap.I It. If an. experimental grove thence go eaat to bank of Indian Hlver; thence THEFISHING
place on which is geared to the rear wheel, to return to rtrnt-decrtbed poet and go noiith '41

should be proven a success, it would tbe bicycle.Malarlon and W-100 feet,aet a pent( thence went Kl% feet .trVlX 'UtHtAuAi *
__ _.
propel _
to Miction line of 3 and 4: thence went 40 chain*, ;
have for gale 80 acres of pineapple prove millions more to our State. leaving a fifteen font atrip for a road as far a* GAZETTE TAMPS why NOTMVtva

land on St. Lucie river, a few miles below The length of pipe required would be With ltfelarlon Tablets the link*public to a|>olni road In} thence the northwent north 11 ouarter chain of* m the% P3J TL'UMII I* f WORK DONE MdOlC 4

Eden, 40 of which being northeast over five miles, am} many will at once Guaranteed Curo for Chills, Fever and of northeant Hit-hard quarter Willi*'if land nectlont; thence, tothe along south Willi line*' niH'ioitr lEJTAULJUriED ofrun 11.A >mould'sFISUHItlUM. I *. ,. I CHEAP AMU A HtfMB I

quarter of northeast quarter of section think that a very long line to use steam Ague, or money refunded. SOcent*. All line eant aero** said northwest, quarter to the I ri M.jitrcttiu.w

account of condensation.It Druggists. iuarterctlon| line, a distance of *> chain*) The on I r weekly pnbllt-nllon In the
1ft township 38 south of 41 east through, on
range ; thence south soalno chain* to qtiarter-ectw>ii world dsvalril sirlnaltrlr that \\mMmmBIGGratPtA
other 40 is the northeast quarter baa been fully demonstrated that line dividing north-hair of nnrtheaat quarter llnnisirtrlsl l'leherlee. risli CaVWure

"t southeast quarter of section 3, be carried through ten miles It 'Is said the most extraordinary from south-half of nnrtheaat quarter) thence and .Nttlurul History of Flslt.
steam can tbe quarter-section line 'M chains to the ,
THADB
along THE OFTICtAt OnriAN Or TUP
township 38, south of range 41 east. In heating cities In cold climates things about frog-music Is thfact that corner of I 'ml lot* I and a of section St thence A Vsluable Msdium tor Advsrtissrs. INTHESQUt
The above land can be boiight for tlO and over his mouth closed when eaat to Indian Klver j thence aoutb to line first The riMIHNU aaZKTTR slvee in* dslly quotettim -
Per acre. It Is suitable for pineapple without much loss of power orhear. the frog keeps ran 33 fret. ot ths principal fish market* of the
he is singing.ICemarkuble. Alan the sooth-third of lot 1. of section 3,containing uiuntry, and an the news of ike rishine World,
rjr5J>fi lemon or lime growing. DM acree,except Stf feet front and wn It I* Iniiinpsnsshln alike ii> the ririlllCRMAN
Will be sold in lots of 40 acres, for another plait.Tbe feet running bick from the river, off the corner nil PISH DKALKIt. Order* a <-h. This land will be worth 50 of the nnrtheeet part of aald lot) the above deeerlbed MKRC'HANTM ,for price of aunserlpilnn. WEAK MEM MADE VIGOROUS.
soon : ItcMCiie.Mrs. I.OO iter rear poetsmld to Called
H
Per Bartow Courier-Informant says land* being part of land of Iota I and ataitS Csssds,
acre. tates)
of section 3, f iwnahlp Uli. south range 3D east,
Apply to C. II. Walton, Advocate John Wlnkleman, last fall, brought some ami north part of south-half of northeast quarter aVj.uo sr... year. pwafeMald] to Forelacaresairl.

(>SlceortoRobblns A Graham, Titus- logs which he had cut Into six feet Michael Curtain, Plalnfield, III., and aouth part of northwest quarter
pine of section four,
that she cought of northeaat quarter Address
the statement
and had them turned makes south 3S eaat, containing
length, to the mill, township 20, range* TITO riiHIM OAIKTTE.
cold, which settled on her lungs; she 4i acres, more or leaa, being tbe pro| rtyof
or shaved Into thin continuous splices was treated for a month by her family Nannie I. Wilkinson,at loiokiedge, known an MAIL EXPRESS BUM]., IfOaY.WhatPEFFER'S.

What do need of'nrelopes about one-eighth of an Inch thick. He physician, but grew worse. He told her the Wilkinson cottages and erove,together with am BROADWAT.J !
you In the way the riparian right*appertaining to aald land*, EW YOfUC. NERVIuORDM
note and letter heads, bill said he would use them to protect his he was a hopeless victim of consumption or do much thereof an will be necessary to satisfy Iv5l* powirfuUy n 5 Ms, statements cards etc ? which he had on a and that no medicine could cure her. laid decree.
tags, ,
fine banana plants suggested Dr. King's New D. IOAI.LDKN.. a r Hiov HMpf>iitbrul vlittir. A>>>->>l it lj4w> rat
shall be glad to have a share of your Since the freeze, I Her druggist Master In Chanrery, # fl t Ctir N4.sv .Mirw.a Eh Vl *mllty9
work. We have a first-class lob depart low, rich bayhead. Discovery for Consumption; she bought mayl.'t-Jnn3 Special Orange drove.
place and found herself Iii.tr rtftlllna fttmtmmwv WMtta.f l lavVMNt
WInkelman's her
ment connected with the Advocate, was down at Mr., a bottle and to delight *ail tfjfwt*aj MimbH V* *KM4kM 0tW&ttimTttn
t all The machine benefitted from first dose. She continued *, Vf+nM* Off tn *nitv mw% fFnnatnpttun,
we ask Is a share of your work.In his scheme was a success. for Publication.La.xd For sale, that beautiful piece of property *% lmp<>iM wurthln-tttaubtMUiii* o tf
six bottles Notice
into thin sheets, the log Its use and after taking known as the Kdgerton Orange <*a hNs lt/1 ti1si it gmnfr pmttlw Iturisiufi &
cut his logs found herself sound and well; now does Ifiir !*KKrEM'ilJillHVIi4ll or twn4 gar i*
.
the knife during the Grove, situate on the weat side of Indian Cn b#cmfTtwKl la *(p mkmu |*r p 4 put a wnp.dm
turning against ber own housework, and Is as well as few miles south of Itockledffa. *. i| |Mir bo*.#>r 4ft for pS. wiii. A f*> iti*
These sheets of thin wood she was. Free trial bottles of this Orrice, Gaixesvi'.ljc, Fla., 1 Klver, a \* wttfm Otar-itii ft*4)m rm mm Mrmm4 *k >
ever .
operation. Nice residence, eood wharf, river front, bit* Adtlr****
at F. S. Chaffee's Drug April 4th, 18IJH. ) I1L
them Into pieces Great Discovery
he unrolled and cut > acrea of land, 23 acrea in bearing" or*
bajrtns mdi eeeeesnr leor 'feet or more broad, according to Store. Large bottles 50 cents and $1.00. TATOTICK la hereby given that tbe follnwliigXM ange grove. One of the moat desirable Sold \>x J* B. Scr T of only.
four named settler baa filed notice of hi* Intentlon -
cultivation waxed on Interior will banana he wanted of bis places on tbe Eaat Coast. Ten minutes'walk
the stalk of to make final proof In support
Ways IstksIt exceeds tbe erlclnel size of
the will be made before from and F. E, C. Railway
said postofHce
""el or tb. heat and deerxet saeda labad. then claim, ami that proof
<> Tb. b l alirar* > to protect. These sheets were Notice to Creclitorii.A Clerk Olrcolt Court, at Titusville, riorlda. on station. Very rich land, and needano Royal-tansy
eaeaeeet. Faj a OIH*mart forFERRY'S colled around a banana plant in the MAY 21st, ISBS, fertilizer. pills

cylinders, averaging about eighteen IX eredlters. lenteea. distributes*) anil all Tin: Charles Orlffl*.of Tltueellle, ria.. Homestead Will bear about COO boxes of oranges acerniM-eivKar. ftKTirarAiiM.A .
form of TutO, tor tbe aonth-hair cf eonthweat ui is S4M|sale reliW foe wy.eresssd. .
bavins claim*or fleuanUa sajaineltbe and In three will bear ms r
Inches In diameter. The outer peraona estate ol Bern rd C Bmltli, deceased, quarter, section 19, townahlp 31, south range this year, years eses .lve, memntj ee eslefuluuunuuk
5,000 boxes, flrst-claae In every respect. Sow eearf ever Seee
leaves of the plant were turned down are required,or to this prevent notice toe will name be plead W> m la wlthla bar of lie names tbe following witness**to prove hie Fine sail boat, all kinds of tools, etc., togo W w" r.lea.efesnessiea leTleoreSM tlMsel ta Marlsss.eresjus HaaMsil He.

the cylinder to help hold It inplace. two yeara continuous resilience upon,and cultivation of; with property, which will,-be told at a 7 psvsr. psr bus, en.a Sua(|. asee
,
within FWrnnVof Titusville fla.
U.
notified said land,els: C. ) ssaiel In pula wrepeee. s.mt ** !
aetata are to
*idjalwayt tot yonr money's worth. The lower end of the" cylinder ah peraona owlnicaald with me.. Brock Kevela.nf TltnsvlUe,ria.; Hamtiel rutrb, low figure. Apply to the attorney for taaipe'"> ps'weelsjrs. Ssl4 kr l t
recenie settle their accounts ,' K. fj.Ortffls, of folDl,
par neper eTeryehere. below the of Titosvllle, Fla City owner
Inch ,
\ ** an VT. I. ALLZX,
w
ra lha bset. Sacd Anaosl free. was snnk by pressure ftorlda. V. L. Gai/lorx
EMYaCO-.Detrs eHch of the cylinder were Jensen, Its.. e J, M. BABCO, ,
wit The edges Administrator. Itej later. Titusville, Fla. Sold by J. D. ScroTerj, only.a .
and fastened in marU-Jurjl
overlapped an Inch or so






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INDIAN B1VKR ADVOCATE, MAY 27, 1808.



-f INDIAN RIVER ADY0CME. +- known in the western districts of .Eai) Gallie. invited to attend.Dr. SAYE MONEY And Boy From ****

the island, but are frequent in the C. P. Platts Is making extensive

eastern. Yellow fever waa not Improvements on bis property at Taylor
J 1WMILT .tOCRSAI. DBVOTIO TO ttll DBVBfc.orasjrr Master Hodgson Is home
known in Cuba until 1762, at KIngan from Creek.C. .
or tbb ikdiam mvu, uti
Stetson for the holidays.
University summer r
WORTH AHl> BMOAVKB BAY MOOtlllX*. which time it was introduced into A. Bell returned from Tampa Monday

Puerto Principe by Spanish troops. evening, bis company not being Garden Seeds
Some folks killing oft Feed Flour
rUllMlillKO KVBHY rlUBAY. are their poultry needed at present. Grain Hay ,;
becauHe corn and grain have gone up to ,
Parson Gove held services here twice
PROSPECTS ARE BRIGHTER.Dun's war prices.
Ohaklka H. Waltom, Suitor Proprietor.A.it last Sunday in the Baptist church, a Meal and Cotton Seed ileal.
The schooners Olivette and Queen large congregation being present on both

Review says : "Growing were at our wharves within the past occasions.Alford .
accustomed to war possibilities, nail, wife and family left for Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, ; Harmless to ran
INDIAN RIVER AnVOCATK.IITlIIIVIlJikB.'r which are mostly far from probabilities Mr. Outland will bold services Georgiana on tbe steamer Sunday evening beast Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations.

LOUISA.V. of evil and finding the nation here Saturday evening and Sunday for a two-months' visit to recuperate
,
morning and evening. Mr. Hall. Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.P.
moving along steadily in its .
Miss Julia Roberts, one of Cocoa's Turning turtles and gathering eggs is
S. I>epi rUmfit of Atrlculture industries, people, are grasping the popular young ladles, has been spending quite the thing now. Last week a party E. McMURRAY

Weather I tM eau .Jftiplter, Fla. idea that it is throwing away some a few days in town the guest of Mrs. S.K. turned two big tut ties and secured a lot .
months of active and profitable life Watts. of eggs in one evening. &

to wait until war clouds have The schooner Frlncess sailed, Sunday, The drawing contest, under the management
The following** a .comparative statement passed." for Daytonaon a fortnight'* cruise, with of Mrs. Chase, will take place BAKER,
of temperature and ralnfiUl for the This practical and sensible view the families or J. E. M. Hodgson and In the City hall on Saturday evening,

week ending Tuesday., May iM, 1SI>8. of the present situation is a credit Mrs. Isabella Gilbert as passengers.Mrs. tbe 28th Inst. All are cordially Invited.Eden. Dealers Sn

to the American citizen, and is the ."George G. Gleason and daughter
and Business Vehicles
Pleasure Hand
one that should certainly be taken left on Tuesday, to spend I he summer Courtenay. Dump Carts, Saddlery, Carts, etc., t
months at her former home, >lies, Ohio. Bicycles, Sundries, etc.
where it is possible to do so; for They will both be greatly missed at the Main and Church Sts.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.On .
all cannot go to the front, and the Granada.
Horseflies
are decreasing very slowly
man who stays at home from the Indian River pineapple shipments have here.

proper motive and cheerfully dees begun. DeVinue fc Miller, of Bay View, Lawrence Allen Spent last Sunday inCocoa. The HewSelden
his part to hold up the hands of shipped fifty crates on Wednettday, the .
Total rainfall tor the>week: 0.10 Indies the government, deserves as much apples averaging 24 and 30 to the standard
Departure frern normal rainfall for the crate. The black bird population had a big
credit as the one who goes to war.If time here the 20th.J. .
Inches. Meparture on
weok: minus 1.** Door
Several teams have been
from normal rainfall slooo January I, the country needs more soldiers, busily engaged Cypress Company
the past week, hauling shell out on G. Bast went to Tltusville Monday,
minus 7.31 Inches. enough and to spare are eager to the county road. Piece by. pleoe the and retiy ned next day. ,

3, W. OitoHK.'Observer. obey its call, but they must be fed work Is going on until one of thene days
suffering
Orange trees in this vicinity are
and clothed, and this is for the Brevard county will have a shelled road
of for tbe want of rain.T. .
N. D. Repert delayed by presence
from one end to the other.Queon .
battleship Oregon off Jupiter. .Jupiter folks at home to do. The soldier n. Sanders and Mrs. C. O. Blyth, Opened October 1st, 18Q0, turned the steam on to
first American soil with which could not to the front if Victoria's birthday was celebrated
point on go some
of Iudlanola in town Monday.
were
! communication held siaee leaving San did not stay at borne' and support here by a basket picnic on the One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door Sash
Francisco. All safe; ell well. Ives' place, and a display of fireworks In Song service here every Sunday at 10o'clock ,
him; so let us all perform the the evening. Harry U. Hodgson gave a a. m. All are cordially invited..

duty that lies nearest at hand. banquet to his bachelor friends, In the Misses Alloe and Beatrice Sanders, of and General Wood Working Plants in the United States,
The proper authorities will see toit oourse of which the QueenVs health was
out to service last
The export of sugar from Cuba that the nation's honor is vindicated drunk In sparkling wine, and eloquent Sunday.Inriianola/ were song And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eljbt

in 1807 was 150,000 tons, as against for have speeches miule by Commodore Sornmers, years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect tie ta
tons in 1804 and tobao: they more at stake formerly of the Roval Danish navy, and Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Sams, J. I). Sams possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will tons
1,004,204 ; than the private individual. If Chief Engineer O'Rnrke (retired), of the and Miss M. C. Sams all attended church Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-houBe Materials, Tanks, Glasi, etcCHAS.
co 16,823,000 pounds and 30,466000 ,- they blunder they will got all the U. S. navy. After a fusllade of eloquence in Cocoa last Thursday,

pounds respectively for the blame and if succeed and rapid-fire wit, the party retired In a
they great II. S. Black, of pity Point, was doing
burst of in which "God theQueen"
i same About 00 cent of song, Save
years. per will be their credit.Thk carpenter work for Farmer Symmes for
and WELSHANS
these amounts were imported into mingled. "My Country" were inter a couple rjf days last week.F. N, ,

the United States. COUNTY CONVENTION.It P. Harper, J. R. Ragan and S. J.
Scott captured 21 alligators in four days.

Argentina torpedo boat destroyer As far as we could see, and from one alligators.They claim it wasn't very good days for CEMENT; BRICK, LIME, SHINGLES, COAL TAR, PLASTER

Kntre Rlos, which was recently and every standpoint, Brevard's Democratic ,
built 'in England, crossed Convention Quite a few pines are now being
County a of
report shipped.Mrs. PrUoner* ofV r PaulingThrough Tl- HAIR AND LATH. **
the Atland in stormy weather which will be found In another column tuavlllfl.

and proved borself a first-rute sea was a decldnd success. The full attendance R. R. Rlcou and Lesley Ross
boat. She made the run from the the joined the Congregational church by State Agent L. & M.' Paints and Oils.
eminentlyrespectablemakeup letter, Sunday last. the southbound train of the F. E.C. .
Island of St. Vincent to Buenos of the delegations, the eathutdaHfii Railway, Tuesday, was Captain J. W.Budd .
Ayres, a distance pf 3/700 miles, and unanimity which prevailed, Miss Florence Robinson spent a very of the Fourth United States Infantry Old 'Phone 8. jo\ 13 Hogan Stmt,
into for I.If I. pleannnt mouth, vittitfng her sister at having In custody Colonel Vlcenta -
without putting port con all go make the occasion a memorable Palm Beach.A deCortljoand l>r. Sincion Garcia Juleun JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
In TltuHville. The
one Advocate
endorses
It and Its doings most lieartlly. merry party from Eden went to tbe surgeon major on the Spanish colonel's
the cost of protecting an orange We dare say that In no county In the dance at Jensen Monday evening, and staff, besides two Spanish orderlies
cold all winter had a very pleasant time.Mrs. or servants. These are two of the
grove from by statu (iiH-H there exist a truer or blighter FERTILIZERS.
prisoners of war captured on the Spanish
means of plnewood piles, only costs their denmoritoy than In Brevard county, and Walker, wife of one of our hustling steamer Argonauta, off Key West, n ...

$25 per acre, growers of'the golden principles are happily crystallzedlu commisHion men, was visiting Mrs.J. few weeks ago and taken to Fort MoPherson -
the by
platform adopted the
.
convention. II. LeTournenit last week.Mrs. .
fruit have no reason to be discouraged Barracks, near Atlanta, where

especially if the crop of Governor W..D. Itloxham and Eepresontattve Lindsay, from New Jersey, is they have been confined ever since. ARMOUR'S PINEAPPLE FERTILIZERSARMOUR'S
expected back this week to make her The Spanish officers were on their wavto
Robt. Davis
sold box W. to whom the
can be at $10 FERTILIZER
per VEGETABLE ,
oranges West from which will
AnvocATK has frequently referred with home with Mrs. W. F. Richards. Key place they
which, an exchange remarks, was go to Havana, and there be exchanged
JL'iersnn feeling* of pleasure richly deserve the One would think that black bass were for Charles Thrall and Harden Jones Specially prepared out of the purest materials and recommended to growm,
done at ,
by a gentleman endorsement given to them at the convention rather
plentiful judging the
by number
last winter. ; and the resolution afterwards of boats two newspaper correspondents who were because they are the very highest standard of excellence.
constantly seen in the savannah.Mrs. .
captured by the Spanish at the time of
adopted, la favor of Judge M. 8. Jones,
passed In so tender and Impressive a Luce, of Palnesvllle, O., mother the attempt to land an expedition inCuba. For other crops we haveARMOUR'S
seems .that Rhode Island has manner, does him an honor creditable of Will Luce, and Mrs. J. E. Andrews, Tbe negotiations have already
been unable to respond to thegovernment's alike to the convention and himself. are spending a few days at Mr. Luce's been conducted between the United ORANGE TREE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S .
For nearly thirty years this great place on the St. Lucte.C. States Government and General Blanco,
call for its of and the will be effected FRUIT
quota Bloxhain of Brevard has exchange as soon AND VINE.ARMOUR'S .
county been
troops, for the reason that scarcely faithfully putting In Its democratic A. Robinson and W. Richards, of as the Spanish officers shall reach the!r
majorities Eden, also W. Robinson and II. Richards, destination. BLOOD, BONE AND POTASn.
half the number of men called for "without reward or the hope of Ankona, went to tbe Inlet this week
have been mustered in. (Little thereof," and wet ought now to be recognized. to procure some clams.We .
Our neighbor, Dade, now forg Compare our analyses with those of any other manufactures. [Vi* caa|gi is backslider S3T" If you receive a sample copy of
Rhody evidently a ing with glganiio strides to the front in are In need of rain very much, but the Advocate, it is an intimation that you other Fertilizers or Fertilizer materials.
for she was the last of the original all important public concerns, Is with us when we hear that people around Tampa it would give us pleasure to add
states to adapt the Federal constitution. heartily; Volusia approves; the people have had none since last November we name to our fast-increasing list of your sub Use our Complete Brands and you will get the very best results. Analpa

of Osceola ape already endorsing us, and are Inclined to grumble less.Mrs. scribers. It does not cost you three prices, etc., furnished on application. We shall appreciate a trial order.
| we have strong friends In Orange and Robinson and daughter, Mrs. cents per week (postage included) when
[ Lake counties. Ilempbill, have recently been visiting taken by the year, and it can be sent to
An amendment to the National Let the piess, the bar, and the people Mrs. F. O. Williams at West Palm Beach. you In any part of the United States or ARMOUR & COMPANY,
constitution, extending the term of look to It that justice Is done to Brevard. Mrs. Williams returned home with them Canada without extra expense.KS" .
Without discrediting' tho other aspirants for a few Jacksonville Fl&
office of the president and congress to the judgotddp, the Aovocatk again days. ,

two months, is to be submitted .to commends the oholce of Urovard whom If you need any job printing, we
the people of the various states of"the we have personally known during the shall be pleased to get a share of It.Mrs. .
union for consideration. The paSt thirteen years as an honest, straight Fort Pierce.
forward and .HAMMOND PACKING CO.
amendment upright gentleman and
adoption of such an urges the committee appointed by the LIT IIIA SPRINGS. OA. . i" i
would make ail presidential inaugurations convention to act promptly and diligently. Hogg left for Miami on Saturday
the 4th of last.-
occur on Slay,
and McKinley'a successor (should Vive Dloxham Vive Davis ! Vive The weather is a little. too dry for SWEETWATER PARK HOTEL.Lithla (Formerly The G. H. Hammond Co.)

the not be re-elected) will take his Jones The t united! Vive democracy tlie East of Coast lirevard! ! has growing crops. Springs,Near Atlanta,Oa. OUR SPECIALTIES :

the head of the nation Some of our pineapple Florida and New York sleeiers pass our door.
place at made their favorite growers expect
son, Judge Minor S Hotel
opens Fab.IS. The most healthful lof
iMay 4, 1901, inetead of March 4. J Jones, its candidate for the appointment to begin shipping next week.F. Uon in the South. Never any cases of eonta5 -- "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
.of Judgeof the Seventh Judicial Circuit Michael has moved into his low,or Infectious diseases, or even malaria, "Coin
new the Special" canned
ust meats."Calumet"
place to spend the spring months without .
of Florida. He4s among the early settlers home the
on river front.F. risk. Not as cold a* mountain resorts, nor
Many farmers are busy planting of this county and has been a faithful too warm to be safe. Itooins with Ixna erates hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .
servant of the democratic party for T. Budge stopped over here awhile and steam heat, electric lights, private baths,
their crops of tobacoo, .while others He has with lu In his launch en route to Miami.Tni and toilets, hot and cold running water. Sun leaf lard.
years.
grown people parlors and
are preparing beds and will plass-inclosed porches. Stop over
from a struggling young lawyer to a T. F. Mitchell was registered at the privileges. Hotel cost S'jno.OOO. All kinds of Homemade
sow tobacco seed for a month or large and lucrative practice. For the Fort Pierce hotel a few days this week. known medicinal for baths rheiuiiatlMtli and tho,strongest Lithia water pure lard."Peerless" .

more yet. Those-ot the Akvocatk pat nine years ho has occupied the responsible trouble*. Semi for circular.kidnev S'iso to and$4 bladder ilav
subscribers who wish to >r lee this position of Judge of the County The Rev. Mr. Allen will preach In the SIS to S2S per vreekt less by tbe month.per H. T.I compound lard, sausages
Court of Brevard county, where his able Methodist church next Sunday. All are! Blake,late of l'aas Christian and Maniton,Colo.It and all Packing House Products.
will be
jproCtable product supplied and .impartial rulings nave demonstrated

free-by us with good, fresh -Sumatraror.Viuelte Ms titness for the judicial nominee, ftEy
Abajo seed by sending a ami the people of llrevard can point with III:A SPKIXGS, Cast Tennessee. FLORIDA BRANCH : Jacksonville,
pride.to Lis judicial record to his
2-cent to oniS&me. prove
stamp postage
pay fitness for the higher place of Circuit Write us for quotations, and you will be pleased.

Judge.In .RHEA SPRINGS East Tennessee
tbe history of America, among her ... ,.. .
greatest men, the "self-made man'' has
: article relative to "Tax Certificates largely predominated, aad Judge Jones This Celebrated Health and rieasure Resort now open. Water renowned for Florida

etc.," published on And Is chiefly a "self-made man." His acquaintance Insomnia Dyspepsia, Kidney and Bladder Disease*. Highly recommended by physicians for Fruit Growers'Commission

page.of this issue, is of Interest to Is not local, hut he Is generally and all Nervous affections. No Malaria. No Mosquitoes. Excellent
Table. Two hours rail from
by Chattanooga. T. B. GORMAN
our readers, and it would be well and widely known, not only In this Proprietor.
circuit.but throughout the state, and
if they eut.it out and keep' for future the plain people love him because he Isof

reference. The suggestions and from them, and they Intend to Company.
.
upon how to protect pineapple honor him, hecause they kaow they can Magnolia Grocery. .

plantation* and orange groves from trust the determination Of their legal ..
right* and the administration of justice
frost are also worth consideration. into no abler or safer hands. In tbe H. A. HENRY, Pre WSr" .MnufactUT'r8' Agents for Reference by permission

Though there may be no killing $>rlme of his manhood, endowed with a Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Srtil f* *1111 Fert'lfcer' Material. National Bank State of Fk*
frosts next evinter, it is as well tobe splendid physique and health, a big head We will mix any formula. Southern Savings A Trust C*.
prepared for such unwekomevisitations. .chock full of brains, legally trained,* STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. Write for prices.
with a big heart,loving justice and what -
la night; Arave aad fearless, jealous of WHY NOT &
the lights of the people, why should not Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please yon. SHIP YOUR FRUITS and VEGETABLES THROUGH

Tbb rainy eason in Cuba begins the East Coast of Florida be honored by 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE FLA. .FLORIDA *
,
bis appointmentt Coventor fiioxbarn ... FRUIT GROWERS COMMISSION CO....
about.June and lasts until tbe I will appoint according to the wilt of the Telephone No. 253. *

end of Juljr. The fall Is very, copious people, and we predict tbe appointment We Insure
in the eastern extremity at our honored towasaan. Judge Minor
especially S. Jones. Carload Rates Transit
and even when there ia no Carload Despatch; No re-handling in

actual the air it
precipitation Refrigeration
with moisture to the Palmetto Drug Store, Daytona. when -Necessary..!
extent
charged I represent the Old Hartford
Liverpool and London and Globe Aetna
,
**
of over 85 per cent. During Providence A Washington, Fireman's Fund, and Sun Mutual. Markets by telegraph dally, Insuring best possible returns to psf0
the rainfall in Hayana Drugs, medicines,chemicals,fine toilet ,__. Write us for
ayear, greatest soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and ** Lowest rates guaranteed.smallest ., Write for rates, etc, toas. any particulars. StenclU and market reports on request.

is 52 incheencheiL ; Z3 fMef tia t articles In great variety. SCHUTL2R, Agent,
CC
if / Earthquake* re not Jkt. Jlvrxos, propr. Tltusville, Fla. Address, FLA. FRUIT GROWERS' COMMISSION
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE MAY 27, 188.Capt .

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od Para>
.ikM tee
i Stevens and partner, are busy
building a large fishing boat for their .FERTILIZE

own use. y M M #.:

Harry Sample and Ed. Swoope, of
Fort Pierce, were pleasant callers at Ankona -
Monday.IF .


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AKlH15POWDER Miss Mapes is still improving, She

enjoyed a boat ride, Sunday.Mrs. .A.11 jSLaroixxicai Fortlllaior.
hihi JtfcT" Before buying the following Matotlala be sure and apply tous
Price $25.00.GUARANTEED .
.
Taylor left Monday for a summer

Absolutely PuroOVM. sojourn in the mountains of Georgia.Alford ANALYSIS: for prices, and we will provo to you *e can save you money.' AM.

H.all was brought up on the Mais turn.. ft to 10B STEAMED BONK RAW BONE
i;
St.
Augustine, Monday morning. He is Ammonia to

still too weak to walk.Vesey Kqtial Available to Sulphate tdAolUmouia.. 20 6 to to 88 BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE, .

.SAKINS MWDH OO.,NIW VOM. Hall took Dr. Chambers folks Equal to Bona Phosphate of lime. 11 to 13B DISSOLVED BONE, NITHATE Or" SODA, r" :*
Potash K2 O.
to the beach at Oceanus in his launch Equal to Sulphate of Tot* tx'..l,.,..'..:....... .. ......... .'...'.'"..'.'.I'.'.l' 9 to to 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS, M.o
one day last week.Chas. Magnesia,Lime,8oda, .to M to 60B3P"
TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,
Werning came up from Grant Write .for Special Pamphlet.

Key West.rhe last Thursday, on a short visit among COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.Pleaae .
his many fitends In this vicinity. He KIT* Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low

returned home, Sunday.Mr. H prices.

new government water condenser Hughes is picking some of the

i been completed, and Is now in workorder. finest ponderosa tomatoes ever raised in Correspond with lis boforo being induced to buy fx-om Donlorn. Soml for

this section. Quite a number of them

be steamer Olivette, of Tampa, has weighing a fraction over a pound each. Pamphlet.

bringing water to this clfy. On her Miss Hainlin and Mrs. Hughes were
a
LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO
gallons.lotel
40,000
trip she brought passengers on the Courtenay, Thursday,
Key West is crowded with to Cocoa, where they attended the services ,

which should make Supt. KnottI at the Episcopal church, the
8t>,
>I Manager smith feel quite happy.Ve ordaining of the Kev. E. E. Johnson to TetclzaoraLTrlll, IF'loxica.a..
the priesthood.
are on the look-out for steamer St.tastion .
Max, the well-known little pug dog ofMrs.
which left Titusvllle Thursday
in the Sraith'b dug his own grave on the Ormond. eggs and steak for a day or so.R. .
(or this place, as reported
VOCATB. river bank add laid down in it and died C.Creeoh has made a shipment of The Premier Flour of America
one day last week. He thought it was Queen pineapples this week, the first
Ill the fish recently brought here onird his business to baik at all the steamboats MIsb Alice McNary Is tho happy possessor will be small on account of the long continued ,

the captured Spanish schooners that went by. of a new Wolf-American wheol.Surfbathing drought which is still unbroken.Roseland. .
] smacks were given to the officers ofi
Red Cross Society, for distribution Maurice Allen, the little five-year-old fishing and wheeling are
i son of H. J. Allen, died of typhoid fever, the favorite pastimes on Ormond beach.Mr. .
needy persons.locently .
Unexcelled Biscuit
Saturday evening in Jacksonville. The J. A. Bostrom, our jovial and
six marines wore brought
taken to and buried
body was Daytona
genial mayor, left, Monday, on a trip
ion from the transport Panther. They by the side of his mother, who died at thiough the interior of the state.Mr. J. O. Fries, surveyor, Is doing some
re 111, and were taken to the Convent that place, the 20th of last July. They work for L. C. Moore.
spltal, where they have been tenderly were former residents of this place, and A. K. Baldwin succeeded in landing For and
id for by the Sinters of Charity. after the death of his mother the little a forty-pound bass on the beach. W. E. Futch Is supplying the neighborhood
There is everything in knowing how."The with roasting ears.W. .
McDermott was recently quietly boy was cared for by his grandparents,

ted In the holy bonds of matilmony Mr. and Mrs. Hiscock, of this place. cup that cheers, but not Inebriate Gibson Is at Mlcco assisting In the

Miss Maggie Gallagher,,the Kev. Mr. The child had been a sufferer all his *," is greatly enjoyed by the ladies work of building a dock at that place.F. Bread
end officiating. Members of the fami- life, and a surgical operation was performed staying at the Coqulna after a dip In the Pastry. .
Light and Miss Kennedy, of Sebastian ,
and a few intimate friends only were with the hope of relieving him, surf.J.
v but it had been delayed too long. He were callers on Mr. and Mrs. F,
sent.teferring. also took the whooping cough after the Wesley Johnstone returned from White, of this place, lust Tuesday.Col. .

to the much-talked-of rail4 operation. Such a complication of the stato encampment at Tampa, and II. D. Ruffner lilt

e often to Key wonder West,how the many Advertiser timen says lateMr. -: diseases seldom fall to one person's lot. friends.was warmly welcomed by his* many Charleston on a business, WostVa.trip Ho to Tuesday his will homv be morning gone, In Represented by F, M. BURST, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.SEEDSField .


H. M. Flagler has regretted that lumber and other building material Mrs. Vance will be assisted by Mr. and about two months.
illil not take our advice so frequently Buy
Mrs. Duncan in entertaining and looking
Builders'
the Supply
I freely given him to extend his rail- direct from after the welfare of the at the
y station to this city ? How many Co., St. Augustine, and save the lumberyard ever-popular equina.Mr. guests West Palm Beach. and Garden SEEDS.J
nun's commission.Miami. .
lion dollais Is he not now out ofket .

by making the terminus at Ml- A. K. Baldwin, who Is having a

i ? At this latter place he may spend Rockledge.Mr. winter home erected on the peninsular, The stenmnr Denny, of the Canal Co.,

its of money; but, as we have before returned to New York after spending a was at tho city whiuf, Saturday after Largest Seed House in the State.
erted, can 'never establish a seaport week at thd Coqulna. noon.T. .
that will remain Chas. Dovlin and daughter left
my consequence pernent. Hotel ts for the
Coqulna now
Think of what an advantage here this week for their northern home. season and all who open stop there T. Reeso left here on the St. Sebastian Special Varieties of Corn for Floild.i. Heeds for Fodder crops.
summer ,
Saturday, to make tho trip to Key
would''eminent now had be the to railroad the United been States ex- After a pleasant stay, Mrs. E. II. Dimick are delighted with the fine fishing, surf- West with dipt. Uule. Cassava Sood, 75c. per 100, best. Send for I* Ice List.. *
leturned to Palm Beach last Friday. bathing, bicycling, riding and driving. !
(led to this city. We have always adated The K. of 1*. had two candl<|ntes for L. CAMERON. Seedsman,
the scheme, and now feel that Our people regrot to see the Wilkinson's Among those registered at the Coqulna the ranks last Friday night. One for
Flagler has seen his error in not giv- leave, after so many years' losldence are: Colonel and Mrs. Mayo, Mr. and the first and the other for the third 125 East Day St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Alsoraper .
views Mrs. John Milllgan, Miss Edith Milligan,
our on the subject favorable here.
islderation, as with the convenience Sioux City, Iowa; Miss Francis Thompson rank.Mrs. ; Shell Peacan Trees, I to 2 years, Qlunteo stock, f 13 per 100.

railway advantages, Key West would Emancipation Day was celebrated by N. Merry, New York. U. D. Ilondi Ickson and children
the negroes of this vicinity with a picnic left Tuesday moruing, In company with
e been made the base of for
supply Arthur Saylor paid Ormond a visit on
on Meriitts Island. her sister, Mrs. Ingersolo, to visit relatives
government. Sunday, and after a very enjoyable day in tho north.Geo. .
Horseflies are very annoying, owing to at tho Coqulna, sailed for Daytona, CHESEBRO BROTHERS *
the continued dry spell. A few showers where he expected to spend Monday, Adams had the misfortune to lose *

of rain would soon disperse thorn. ere returning to Now Smyrna, where be his horso, Saturday. It Is only a fow
has the winter. weeks ago since he lost his mule and
for
Sidney Williams loft here, Monday, spent past
horse Instead. We
purchased this are WHOLESALE
lason Young, of St. Augustine, was aunt Winter Park, to attend the closing exercises The Advocate Is getting quite a number sorry of his bad luck.
visitor to our town.I.E. of Rollins College, which school his of subscribers In this suction. It Is
sister is attending. well and favorably known as "the nlnk Fred Butler, who has been employed EA17EltS
Lummus has received half ton JTlSII ])
& Cocoa Ice factory, belonging toG. paper of the East Coast." Many hundreds as mall clerk in the postotllce at Taint QOMMISSON ,
from The
lioucy H. 1Williams.. of St. Augustine, has of the pink paper were sold to the Ueach for several months, left Wednesday
O. Springer,
-apt. A. noeck and bride have re- sold to E. Simmons, who, we understand guests of Hotel Ormond and the Coqulna morning for his old homo In Horrento.
oed from a visit to Max Hoeck atuaville. been is a brother of Mrs. Springer.On last winter. We are sorry to lose Fred and hope No. 1, Fulton Wholesalo Fish Market, Now York.
to see him back again.
Thursday morning of last week, There is a very energetic young lady Sebastian arrived SPECIALTIES{ Spanish Mackerel, Shoephend, Pompano, Ulusflsb, Hod
M. Ives, of Little River, netted Cocoa Rev. E. E. of ten summers on the look-out for The steamer St.
church ,
(*00 from his crop of tomatoes the at St. Marks was ordained, to the prlestooodof Spanish gun-boats. She ts to be seen here Saturday, about 11 and left at 1o'clock (snappers, Klngflsh, Tront, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks.

it winter. Johnson the Episcopal church by Bishop Wm. on peiceiving a sailboat or anything pertaining p. m., on her way to Key West, Stencils promptly supplied. References furnished If desired.
loaded with the heavy carriages,
assisted In the to a sailing craft to ware the gun
F. West of fine Crane Gray, ne was last week. .
owner some prop- F. Brown, United States Hag wildly. loaded at Titusvllle Capt.A.
y in Dade county, is having erected ceremony by Archdeacon B. W. Bute was In command and was
ofDeLand.
omplete irrigating plant.ing of Titusvllle, and Rev. Mr. Little, just as jovial as ever.W. Home-Grown
FOR SALE
>* to the Increased demand, Capt.A. St. Augustine. Whllldln Is still Improving his

Simmons' wine plant and Wines, planting numerous trees and
guava a first-class Saloon property by
CKABB keeps
D.
l.irs at Cocoanut Grove, will be ened. beers, whlHkles, brav.ly n cigarette.00toS6
? and domestic cigam from tobacco\ 0C per gallon. home from Tampa last Tnursday a lots. Work Is stopped temporarily on

i. A. Belcher, formerly of Titusvllle, Prompt Mice of liquors attention to telegraph and mail week ago, when it was unanimously his last building on account of lumber.Mr Of the following Varieties :
orders. Tern..Cash. oooa, Kla.. decided to disband the company, their W. expects his lumber this week,
purchased the .business of DeBarry
> and is residing with his family inlotel services not being required to make up when the work to completion will move Abbaka, Porto Rico, Egyptian Qaeeo, Golden Qaeeo, Ripley Queea, Smooth

the state's quota.It merrily on.Emancipation. CayennePernambnco and Red Spanish.

Daytona.Mr. is understood that St. Augustine's Day was celebrated In Apply to O. C. MATTHAMS, Florida Pineapple Co.,
Miami entertained aty
recently new postmaster, 11. J. Ritchie, has been grand style at this place, Friday, May West Palm Beash, Fla .
of Bostonlans for a few days, reliably Informed that the free-delivery 20th, by the colored iieople. Excursionists
ng whom were H. C. Green, Van and Mrs. J. II. Nlver are rejoicing system will go into effect here August 1.Mr. were here from Fort Pierce and intermediate
"rtland Lawrence and J. T. CoolS over the arrival of a son. points, as well as a large
, jr.riio and Mrs. J. E. Ingraham and crowd from Miami and points between.A .
The members of the Kingston Methodist daughter, also Miss Fay Van Deman, of barbecue and speaking were two WJLLIAM HUBER... THE JOHNSON LAW CO.,
schooner Harris Bros., from Key "pound party onTbuisday
located
ro, ariived here this week with 400 church propose evening for a the bene lit ol the Jacksonville, are pleasantly South Beach.Mr. in. great features of the day. A bicycle race and Employment
at
Latham Shipping
the cottage with cake walk at
In the afternoon, a
tea of pines, consigned to New York.e Mr. MacDowelh recovered
Kev.
has recently
fruit pastor, Ingrabam night, wound up the festivities. The Electrical & Mechanical
is coming in rapidly now from and of sickness, and his .AGENT..
.
1 Keys.1large. Our town is getting to bo more from a severe spell crowd was very orderly and deserve ..
cosmopolitan. The "sneak thief friends are glad to see him out again.F. credit for their behavior.D. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
more Laura St.
11 ,
drainage canal is being cut atHandale has been prowling around. While law- W. Beers, of this place, has one of R. Ingersole's wife and daughter ENGINEERS.
for Mrs. J ulia D. Tuttle, and abiding in the extreme, we must confess the finest stocks of bicycles on the East ona Orders by mall, telephone or wire will
north Tuesday morning,
left for the
> tracts to Mr.ttle with the frontier attention.Lotus. .
of land receive
belonging sympathy them at a prompt
to a lurking Coast, and Is selling very visit to relatives. Mr. Ingersole will
are being divided into ten-acre methods for such cases made and provided reasonable price. When neediag a remain here for a while, when be ex- The Host Complete Electrical Supply

wheel, write him.Banyan.. to go north, and will In all probability
On Sunday morning the G. A. R. and locate again In Chicago, his old ...HENRY A. MEISTER... .Honsa in the State
Bp>en in want of any kind of building* C. V. Co in a body to Ormond, where home. Mr. Ingersole Is giving his )

riaI m car loads or otherwise, the Jh e Uei. Mr, Breckenridge will deliver house a new coat of paint, which adds riUST-CLASS ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES :
lders'Supply Co., at St. Augustine.i annual Decoration Day sermon; and considerably to Its apperrance. We Hair Dresser
the Barber and
i be pleased to make you a delivered Monday there will be Memorial ser- understand that S. II. Uappersett will Largest stock of wire, lampeord,
cei at your station. You have noV an and at FInewood J. T. Stewart and family were visiting next week and will probably knobs A'ep h
vice at the Armory Sunday last.J. move into It None but skilled workmen employed. switches, cut-outs, cleats, ,
t oa
>
s to in Banyan
or middleman's commission
It for some time to come. shades
cemetery. occupy Private room for. ladles' hair dressing sockets, lamps, dynasnoos
Hides have come home, M.Field and wife are spending a and Shampooing. Razors put In order. and motors, annunciators, eleetrio
The Halifax their number, few days at Cocoa beach this week.R. bells, push buttons, extension foot
of
dozen Rath Rooms.
minus about a 1W East Hay St. Edison
alarms
toAnkona. the St. Augustine company.It . B. Stewart and B. J. Ullllaxd went pushburglar; and lire
who joined JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.B. Asnon-
Sal
,
Improbable that they may be to Titusvllle on Monday to attend the La Lands, Sampson,
not
Is batterlee batteries
In the meantime lao and Imperial dry
long. convention.
for la called out before to Initiate the E. R. Provost received a raft of logs for tor naphtha and gas engines;
Ankoaa
bells at helping
near future.wedding they are Into the mysteries of the George Carson, of Atlantic, was a bis dock. He Intends lengthening Itso J. BUTLER... electric lights from water power) engineering
Home Guard pleasant caller la this vicinity one day to have deeper water.J. draughting, and complete
forest fires have been raging In this school of soldier. this week. Wholesale and Retail Dealer In plans and specifications furnished.
Jack0 V. Chalker made a flying trip to Cocoa
inlty during the past week. Quite a large excursion 'row Monday at&tenoln ?: Six manatee were seen In Indian River, Thursday on steamer Courtenay.A All kind* of New and Second hand

The tradeboat Noma, CaptMcLean, St. Augustine bronghtaband spent along near here on Saturday last. They were Bottles, Hides, Iieeswax, Wool, THE JOHNSOTf LAW CO.,

"i over here Friday and Saturday.v. They affair was gotten up near shore.Capt. representative of the Cleveland Iionea, Rope, Canvas, Ilrass, Jacksonville. Fla.HoTeBae .
wlUi nem. The Seed Co., was soUctlng In oaf town the Lead, Copper. 7Aae, and
IJ. Robinson made a flying trip toTalra bribe Cotonlal Barber, of Jacksonville, W. n. Sbarpe was looking over first of the week.R. All KINDS OF TOOLS. Second-hand
most
of the quietest and the site for the new county road here onWedneaday
Beach waVone
Friday.. and Sold.
and rf Tsitort we have ever of last week.R. C. Creech was In town Saturday Clothing Bought tat Flft* Crata*
l'r M.Dey Card and Miss Zora picat ff'on' ach was re-erved for any purchasing supplies.J. 13 A IS Madison St., cor. W. Bay, Ooarsntawl tobaoeo haMt sure, value weak

*<* their camp EI Sebra, Sunday.flss folks who chose to come.Ihould visit.. We men. cutting C. Creech out Is and bnsy grabbing with a sqaad the new of }L Hopkins, of Hartland, paid our JACKSONVILLE, FLA. m.a strong,Wood pure. t s,It. AU dswgf Us.

Morris and Miss Nelson, of White Hke to have snother such county road through Banyan. town a visit Saturday last. '
i were visitor at Ankona Monday.Li. .
Some of the Banyan boys went over on A. L. Bruner and L. E. Provost have
''aIe PftrtT f young men from AH communications for this paper the ocean beach opposite Banyan and completed the work on C. P. Provost's

!lt* City, passed Sunday at the beach. hould b dres" H.wlU Adtocatx Insure -, caught a SOOlb turtle and a lot of eggs. dwelling, which adds very much to the .The ADYOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing.

H. Elchards, W. Robinson'and THusvitle, FI*. This They supplied the cltUens with turtle appearance of It. ,

wauer were visitors at Eden last mediate attention.











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the fnrrows Insures to It a moist bed to

Vegetables grow in, and It cm thus be more easily The tropical Tfiink Line

shaded from the hot sun aW a couple of ,

days until It gets a good start in growing

can be raised at a profit, and when the shade can be removed. If Jacksonville. Tampa & Key West RaiWav!

the crop Is being made on land that was

the yield enlarged, if properly previously sod or grass, the cutworm Is JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver.

-fertilized. Most1 apt to be very much in evidence, and
fertilizers
do4J0 may destroy a great many plants. To la Effect May 15, "08.f.v..JACKSOrfVTIXuV .

not contain enough get ahead of him, mix a little sweetened [ ...Ar!
......Orange Park.,. ,.
bran with Paris Green and strew it In Peoria

the furrows. This generally finishes Magnolia <
.Greet v r vSprings..
Potash. hlra, as he has a very sweet tooth and Paiataa..
....... Satsnma ..,
prefers sweetened bran to tobacco plants.If Pomona..,

possible, these furrows should be run ieep 11 *w .Crescent.Seville.a City Junction
12 -.
nopM <
north and south so as to 1 p S80e ....DeLeon ...
Vegetables need plenty more easily 313 aSeta 3 itoip> Springs.
of pot'ttsh 30 P
sbado ....... G-lenwood
the plants. This will also help to "i'lVp ........Keresrord.... ...

at least 10% besides keep air circulation going lit hot weather 1 t all ...... ..,.... {
<)
die phosphoric acid and nitrogen when the plants become fully grown and 438 slip pjsup 351 Uptl pI ...Orange City Juno....

the suck-fly begins to trouble them. 8 DOp P Ar.. ...TITU8VILLE.Enterprise. fcvMt.

The best tool for setting out the plants 4 44tSOlp> Dora
..Tavarea ......
\vrU! for Is a piece of picket, about three Inches 430 a l flp Ar Sanford ..Lv
CrtUlsers. our hooka which tell all about wide and four feet long sharpened atone boo aas. snip .......Orlando 12 01 p mlaiopm
They ar free.GXRMAN ,
aHin 4 p :.. Lakeland...
end, and with a step cut In It so a 8 sup ..... .'...Bartow 6 19 p uSMp
KALI WORKS, that 10 40 p Ill inp Ar.Scop ,.Funta> florda.... ,.tv| m
j Nuw St, New York. one can use his foot If the ground 3 80 a! Tampa 787pmVoop
Is stiff. This tool makes a cut In the Be* a .Tampa Hay Hotel. '
10 M a > 4KpAr .... Port Tampa .Lv ni230p
ground instead of a hole, and Ike roots SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES |Tu Thu A flatSnn.Wed&rri. 9 Op La ,.Fort Tampa Ara mlMonTThnr&Bat '
OOp Ar Key West Lv 8 00pm8un.Wed|
'
of the
plant thus better Ar .
TOBACCO CULTURE.'Editor get a spread In :::! ArHavana Lv
the transplanting. My mode of planting Finest Cnlalne and Seme*. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.

Indian Hitler Advocate: Is as follows: One goes ahead and makes The fleet is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Btearoers t bally, t Daily except Sunday.
'' Trains 28 and 78 carry Pullman Sleepers between St.Ixrals and St. Petersburg,via Pat
There are few crops which present so the cut for the plant ; another comes 'Comanche" (n8W>; "Algonquin, "Iroquois, "Cherokee, "Seminole. Trains 8T and 38, New York and Florida Special,carry through Pullman Vestlbuled > v J
behind and sets the plant In the out Dining cars between New York and Tampa. oleepinjB,|
many problem* to the grower a* tobacco. North-Bound. Trains at and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and

The seasons are so varied; no two ex"- pushing a little soli tn'tlie root of the Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide. Train 23, leaving Jacksonville daily at 8:12 a m., arrives at Hawthorne at 12 11 r.i-Zfl ft
plant to keep It In |n>nltloii; the next From JACKSONVILLK, FLA., (calling; at Charleston), Sundays, Tueadays and Thursdays liflO, Ocalatfi5p: TLeeshurg 8:B0, Brooksvllle 8:48 p. m. Train.leaving JacksonvillnVt i H
4ctl j alike. Then .the success of bistfoed and arrives at Oakland 3.07 m.,l* < > Tarpon 8 SO
From CHAKLEHTUN, 8. C, Mondays, Wednesdays Fridays p. ?Zr} fP Springs p. m., Clearwater 5dQ.
bed. dependent on the seed bavfroved comes with a kettle full of water and For hour of sailing see"Clyde Line" Schedule,or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papers. m.78t7 Petersburg lOrOOp. m., daily except Sunday;
COFFIN,
W. B. .
to be of good quality, so as to pours about half a pint of water In the South-Bound. General Superintendent, D.OoneralPa.ACKERLY, ;|

germinate freely and abundantly; and cut In which the plant In a.iemly set. steamer*are appointed to sail from Pier i! East River, New York, at 8 p. m., as' follows- nwrA|!
This washes the mill the r ua vnnlUisuni viv,ct.x .a Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.Mondays. .
13 t of all, there are so msny accidents on roots, forming For JACKSON VILLK,FLA.,(calling-Charleston), Wednesdays and Fridays,

likely to happen to the bed In the course a puddle; then the same tool Is used Clyde New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)

cf Its existence. All of these ..clrcumntanee that opened the cut, to firm the soil (Calling at Charleston, 8. C, both ways) Florida East Coast Ry.

exert a good deal of Influence around the roots of the plant, and the STEAMERS "DELAWARE," AND "GEO. W. CLYDE"

ca the charicter of the and the transplanting process is completed. are appointed to sail as follows t TIME TABLE NO. IS, IN EFFECT MAY IS, 1808.
crop Wharf Boston
Plants From font of Hogan Street,Jacksonville, From lewis' ,
ultimate profit to be made upon It. Soliat set out In tills way are certain THURSDAYS. FRIDAYS.
to live SOUTH BOUND (lUed Down). NORTH BOUND
If shaded for B
a couple of days. ( 4C
< to be a successful tobacco grower,

n good deal of attention must be paid tohe Shading may be dispensed with, however Clyde's St. Johns River Line.DE Dally N.U STATIONS.Lv .
if the
of the weather Is not too dry and 4CJDaUygjl
preliminaries
crop. Tofip10p TTC| ,.Jankenavilla ....
Ar|
The! fertilizer phase of the question sunny. O. K. McQuabrib. ( BART LIKE) 10110Bfi Ar ..Ss.Aasm.ttBe.'... ..LvArj
Jacksonville,Palatka,Sanford, Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. 4 Up *|LvAr. ..81 Au aatln.....
'roust be studied thoroughly, and the 11 Ida .....Ha flv I,,,
proper quantity and quality of fertilizer The Greater Includes the less. Hood's The elegant SIdewheel steamer" aS&riS rns .... 'H'alBt k a......... LtTvi 4Mp *
"FKE1VK. DellAJtY. .... ..
Snpsaraillla lt4Mrskv! i.i.Palatka Ar
cures hip disease and scrofula
used. The composition of the fertilizer ... .
.Haa Matee
It CAW. W. A. SHAW. p TLt
sores HU'l may be depended T45p
upon ....San Mateo
and the time of Its application are also to cure bolls and asop Ar (Uj, 1118,
pimples and humors of ** Is appointed to sail as follows: TflO.4KW rr : nr asTPaTatka.:
cuually Important, In uo case should all kinds. Leaves Jacksonville 8.30 p. m.dally,except Saturday loop ,.. i. .Ormond......... ai p Til.lit...
the fertilization of the land be delayed Leaves Sanford 9.00 a.m. Enterprise J0 a. m. daily except Sunday atip TOSp I Up122p ....Port.Daytona.Orange. | WdI ftti

longer than Is absolutely necessary, bemuso Hood's Pills are the favorite family SOUTH BOUND. SCHEDULE. NORTH BOUND. T25p IMp lS&p ...New Oak Smyrna.Hill. .,...,. JJOp lip I Si

< If the fertilizer Is applied too near cathartic Cure slok headache, break Read down. Read up. S03p .....Tttnertlle tMp" ".!!

to the time of setting out the plants, up a cold. Leave 8JO 8.48 p.p. m.S.oo m.. Jacksonville..Palatka Leave Arrive 8.00 2 00 p.a. m.m. 8 85p8ap ......City Cocoa Point p

the effect will be disastrous to a good a. m. Astor 2.30 p. m. 8 47 .... RonkledgeEanttallie i2i8P ;
Bfalarlon Is 430 a. m.a. St. Francis.... 1.00 p. m. 4 18n 11 48a
devoid of bitter taste. >
quality of cigar-loaf tooacoo. Six weeks m. .... j.. ....*. Hereford.... 12.00 a. m. 4 28pl .....Melbourne. 11 ttm '
la the least one oan depend upon, while Cures Chills and Fever; acts on the liver 8 00 a. in. Blue Burlngs... 11.00 a. m. *BOlpIA20p p Sebastian St. Lnote 10 Ma ..
and regulates Arrive 8 JO a. m. Sanford..,.. 9 00 a. iu. 9 57aeca
the

already nld, a good deal depends upon 8 Sip, ...JensenStuart. Is i
0
Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.Jxo. 7 06p ... its a
the season. In every case the.soil should 7 8Xp ....Hob. Hound 8 21a*
-have had several good soaking* of rain 7 82bsaop Wert Jnplter 807*
\Vond.r They Roared.A .L. Howard, Superintendent, F. M.IRoHMOirosR, Jr., Fla,Pass.Agt. ,West Palm Beach... 73'Ja .
between applying the fertilizer and setting man who recently went to Niagara Foot Hogan St. 204 West Bay St.Taao. OOp Llaton 8 6m
lUp ..Fort Lauderdale..,,
JACKSONVILLE FLA.W. 814.1 ..
out the plants; and after every rain Falls on a bridal trip says that he was 10 22p ....Lemon City .

tjie ground should be gone over with aIiattow considerably taken aback by the old O. Eooim, T. M., .H. Warbcbtok, T.P.A., W. H. HesobrsO!*, e. P.A.S l 80p Ar. Miami LtI 6 8uarToTl

to break the crust of the soil, gnlde whom he had hired. The gnide BOWLING GREEN,' NEW YORK.WM. BETWEEN NKW SMYRNA AND ORANUB CITY JUNCTION

10 an to prevent evapoiatlon and the had several times appeared displeased at P.SI CLTDK A CO., General Agents, NTT "STATIONS, |No polAr
the Louisville man's rather lavish, Bowline;Green,New York. lit So. Uelaware Ave.,Philadelphia. X Jlp 10 lite1188a vrAr .New Smyrna, Tfcp I35p
loss of of the effects open
consequent some good 8 OOp .. Lake Helen ., Lt 12 4Kb
of the fertilizer on the soil In mix.ing went of affection upon his new found saop 12 02p .Orange City'. 12 20p |406p Ml
mate'but' he said nothing till be found 8Mp uiop Orange City Junction. ''nap t t
with It freely. a obanco to make his stroke a telling one. All trains b lwwa New Smyrna and Orange City Junotion Dally eic.pt Sundar
There Is no doubt whatever but that MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
What a ronr the falls make!" Slid KEY
WEST
mineral fertilizers of the proper quality the bridegroom. "It Is wonderful !" AND HAVANA.

and applied In the proper quantity, and The old guide looked disgusted."That's Florida New York Tae eteamsblv City ef K 7 Weatof ke Plorida East Coast Steamship Company Tram
at the proper time, are the most satisfactory nnthin wonderful," ho said."If Miami for Key wess on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays arter arrival of tram from Jackeoavllle -
Philadelphia and Boston. anakmg conAeetioae a Key Waet witk steamers for Havana. Leave Key Wait I
and will yon had to stay here like them p. as. (standard time)on Tnesdaya, Thursdays and ttatardave, arriviag Miami
Injure a good of poor n.xl moniiif
crop old falls From llrnnswlck, (via Port Royal,S. 0.,)to New York. in time to eosneot with north bound train.Tkese .
and listen to all the stuff these
the best Soils
very quality. vary so much .
here bridal couples get off you'd roar PASSENGER SERVICE.To Time Tables show tbe times at whlok trains and boats may be expected to srrlraaad
Chat it Is very difficult to draw a hard make connections with steamers leave Jacksonville on depart from the several stations and ports, bat their arrival or tha Hum
too. XiOuisville departure at
and fast rule as to the exact analysis of Dispatch. Thursday Cumberland at 400 Route p. m steamers,via Fernandina at Fernandina, clone connection for Brunswick., with eousequeuoee stated Is not guaranteed arising therefrom., aor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or aay

the fertilizer to bo applied, but one cannot Two Supper will be served immediately on learfng; Fernandina.Pasxeiifters For copy of local time card call si MS West Bay Street, Jacksonville, or addrss
Yoaog ArUtoerats. go at once on board Mallory steamer on arrival atBrunswick.
J.r. BECK WITH
Traffla
gojfar wrong if he makes It a point Mvaager. St. Aaguatlae. J. D. KAHNKB, A. 0 P. AmJStL

never to take from his soil more than he

puts Into It. In other words, supply PROPOSED SAILINGS tLv.

the soil-with the quantity and quality ofOf .New York, Pier 21 E.R.,S:30p. m., (Standard Time.) Lv.Brunswick.

plant food that is necessary to ensure Friday, Apr. 11 RIO GRANDE Friday, Apr.M
Friday, Apr. 22. ...COLORADO Friday, Apr. 20
a good crop.Totash Friday, Apr. M. RIO OUANDB I..Friday, May 8
Is the baokbone of the tobacco Friday, May8.., ..COLORADO.. Friday,May 13
Friday, May 13 RIO GRANDE Friday, May 20etc. 5outhern
plant, and plonty of it should bo used, """ *.
For general Information,steamers, trains,rates .,apply to any railroad agent or toCHAS.
and that of the best grade obtainable.A DAVIES,Agent,220 W.Bay St.Jacksonville.Ft. olv

liberal quantity of phosphorio acid Is H.RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick, Ga.C. .
H.MALLOUY,General Agent,Pier to, E.Hirer,and 3ttt Broadway, N. Y. Railway;
necessary In order to get the best results

from the potash used. Rank phosphates

should be completely avoided, and
Florida Central and- Peninsular Railroad
nothing but the best acidulated rock
,
phosphate used. M03T EXOELLENr SERVICE OFFERED OUT OF FLORIDA.
Now Florida and Northern Air l.lno and Florida Trunk Liue.
The nitrogen should be obtalnod,, from
Tim* Table In Effect May 1808.I NORTH EAST WEST.XHBOTJOH
sulphate of ammonia, and it Is not advisable .

to apply It until after planting,

awing to the liability of leaching during PULLMAN DRAWING BOOM CASS, DINTNO CAB3,

ratny weather. I had the best results THOBOTJQHFARE COA0HXS, VE8TIBUI.ZD TBAIN3.respectively. .

last season by applying this at two distinct

periods In the plants' growth; the "WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LiniTED."

first application was made shortly after
tell you this Donneikeil family IsTerr Through Vesttbuled Drawing Room Sleeping Cars between Tampa and Ns* *'*
sotting out the plant, and the other swell. The via Jacksonville, Savannah and Columbia, without chant..
young counts were born
r/hen it was about half grown. Ofxourse "
with monocles. Meggendorfer Blat "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL.
this causes considerable extra ter.
Pttllaaaa Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville sad Ms* *
Work but I know it
pays, as In yield
and quality the plants treated thus were Mickey's Nataral Mistake.An Embracing LynchburgCharlottesville..

far ahead o* those to which the nitrogen English lady living in Ireland hasher Washington, Baltimore and PhilaJelpbl-
dogcart provided with the biggest
was applied at the same time as the
oarria&o lamps In the oonntry so big, Pullman Drawlag-Room Sleeping Cars to Macon. Atlanta. Chattanooga sol
Other ingredients. Experience Is the Cincinnati, with olose eon section for Louisville and the Northweat
in fact, that her friends are wont to
:l>est teacher' of all, and the observingtobacco chaff her about their size; bat an accident Also Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to

grower, by keeping bis eyes when they were lighted was looked Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville. Thrown th"I.AND

poo during the season, can get many upon as impossible. On at recent coca.

an object lesson that will be useful to ion, however, wretched little donkey OF THE SKY."

him In future crops. trap crashed into her cart, considerably

If the weather Is dry such to the damage of both. "What do yon
very as we mean, Micky'" said the wrathful Ver detailed laformatlea as to rates, schedules, sleeping ear reservations, ste. *Pttm
lady
are experiencing this season, it will be any agent ef the aoovasaa Railway or lis eoneeouo.e.L.
recognizing the offender. "Couldn'tyon
necessary to be very careful In letting see my lamps?"

out plants so as to get a good stand. If "Bedad I did. me lady," said Micky A. 8HTTMAK, Florida rase. Agt.. 313 West Bay Stress. Jacksonville F1aJ.

the seed bed') have been under cover, meekly, "but I thought it was a shop SMCEPINO CAR SKRVICE.Noe. If. GULP. W. A. TURX. 3. H. HARDVBtMeaeg.

these covers should be removed two windy (" Argonaut. .38 and 38 Fast Mail,Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville, and tbe Claclnnatl WMklas-aoa.b. sieav Paea. Agt.t Asat. Ova r "u*?lJ; *
a
weeks before planting time so as to Sleeper via Asheville.Noe. Washlagtea, D. C.ltr. .
Not Uonenal .37 and 38 carry tbiwigh sleepers between Jacksonville and New York in connection with
sua Tnlnt
harden off the plants. The water supply ; 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.
should also be diminished Dixon I don't believe young Short- No.at carries sleeper from Jacksonville to Atlanta and Chattanooga. This Is brought to
as sappy Jacksonville by No.33.
plants are not desirable, and are not leigh is half as extravagant asay people All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at roe city ticket
he is.Ilixon. office, 202 Hogan Street,aa well aa at the Union depot ticket office.
ood livers in a dry season. Furrows R. W. CAMPBELL,Fa eenger Agent. J. K. MARSH ALL.Ticket Agent, 302 W Bay St., cor. **
not but I've notioed
Perbaqs *
laid Hogan,Jacksonville. WALTER OOLEMAX.Oen'l Traveling Agent.Jacksonville.O. e with yoe .krtiar yra mtlRe. The Advocate Is s tillfe-Kin?
should be off every four feet or so, that ha has a suit of clothes for every M. HOLDKN, T. P.A8C Augustine, Fla. A. O. MacDOXELL, Gen. Pass. Agent. a.r. .kUllag. Umkm. k.bla.I>e-T-S1AC taf.I of the finest
.. free tobacco seed
rano. ta.d.
fer l.ha.r.. 1l "
with a small bull-tongue plow, and the day in the week. ..a a.r..a41.ar.a.,.ap.li Call and some with instruction*
tls get ,
plants should be set about fifteen inches Dixon la that no? Why, he always ator..parUtv lA.a aa.fc blood-" ,n its cultivation.

apart In the bottom of the furrows. If had the same uit on every time I met Remember that the Indian River sa i.k..lti.Ml ye
would
K We esteem the favor If onr.leaders ?
him. Advocate does all kinds of job printing AMlp< i
the season Is rainy, however, plants set at short notice. Send them an order when writing or calling npon s .kV 10TUBACrr.a.va. arveartoS.*k. Kit Subscriber, your attention 18 fc I

-are unnecessary. Setting the plants In Haven Palladium. have job printing done. etc., would mention the Advocate. ex...SI...a.u...,17.*vare.1 w w...rearf S kn aa.e.y.,SS.SS, your paper or wrapper. 7 |
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HOTELS All-the-ycar-rouncl. SOCI1CTI-K, KTO.
HOTELS
SUMMER RESORTS.BREVOORT PERSONAL CHATS.Ab .


John Jacob Aator recently bad his INDIAN RITKR fl CARDS.

...NEW YORK... ST. AUQU8TINI3. personal property assessment reduced Drill at tha Armory, rer county nilrueaday ,-!-? a,
evening In the month, at 8 tl k.C. .
from fS.OOO.OOO to $350,000.Mr. K. TBWAUr, Captain.. '
The only hotel on the bay. Summer Thomaa A. Edison thinks tbe reporters A-

HOUSE OCEAN YIEW HOTEL rates for permanent guests. Excellent in dealing with bis achievements T. P. 8. C. X.Meota .

W H| btqw BQU.m table. One of the best placoa on the At* invent a good deal faster than be every ftunilav etanlng at :3* a/elactt.
lantlo Coast to spend your summers. at the l"re l>yterlmi.hur\h.

Good flatting, sailing, and surfbathing.Kor .
AUGUSTIXE, FLA. Miss Martha Culver, who lives near
rates, address V. C. HAYOKX, Mgr.ti INDKrKNDENT OHUrK HOOD TKMPLAKS.Tttuavllle .
St. Paul, is said to have killed more
Lo.lft> No. 11 inert* every Taroila*
wolves than any woman in the north evening T.iW In Praalittertan rhurtb, publfetuevtlnga
west. tint Tuvmlay in tarn niontti.C. .
OltMONIK
A. OAKDXKlt, W. SCQ1UK,
Clarence Hawkes, the blind poet, ina twv't. 1 T.
personal letter to Current Literature,

HOTEL COQUINA.ORMONDellYTIIESEA, FLORIDA. writes, "Probably the dominating"influence Free and
in my life bas bean sorrow.

Open for Summer Season of 1808. Fine surf-bathing, fishing, riding, dilv.Ing John E. Pannier of Chippewa Falls, Accepted Masons
and wheeling. Sea Food a Specialty. Wis., recently elected county judge, is

Mrs. M. VANCK; Proprietress. the youngest judge in the United States.He .
Rates, *2.1K) per day; (8 to $10 per week.OL1VKH is only 91 years old and is the first

Republican to occupy that particular Indian TtlimiRoKl.i.

offloe In 10 years. Klver .
SPRINGS, Eiwt Tennessee. Lodge No. 00HoUlit
,
The pope baa become the owner of

one of tbe finest residences in Paris, aft.or .

OLIVER SPRINGS Anderson Co. East Tenn. a lengthy litigation before tbe tribunal It* tmtatliiua the Monnil an of itauti month, at ln of Limoges. This hotel was bequeathed Tltuavlllo, atTiMp. m. A.A.Sttwart.W, M.JCIIUKCIIK9.
to tbe Vatican by the ,late J. Mxtiilnl, Soo'y,
The most delightful Summer resort tn the South. On the Southern Railway, Marquise da Plessls-Deliere.
high up In the far-famed rango of the Cumberland Mountains, 1,500 feet above tht
level of the foa. No mosquitoes. No malaria. Nights always cool. Days nevei The Rev. James Needbam(Methodist) .

excessively warm. Nine mineral springs in the grounds (nil different). Special of Surrey county, S. C, who will be 00
rates over all railroads. Write for rates and foldeis. N. F. POWEL, Prop. years old in May, is still engaged in the KriSCOrAL (1IURC1I.ParTliioa .

active work of the ministry. He has 3ml anil 4th Runilava ia aacfi
been a minister for more than 75 years mouth, *t lis. in. ami T JO p.m. MiiimUtmMiooI-
every Sunday at*.at) a. m. Kraiiing w>rr ast
III.JACKSONVILLE. DALTON, GA. and bas preached to five generations. p, iu, on Wailnamlay*. Litany aurvtra avarwrrlday

BULLFIGHTING BEAUTIES. Edwin 8. Hunt of Essex, Conn., bas at 10 a. m.Archilaacnn. B. P. IIkown, Rat r.l'RRSHYTKIUAN .

They Com* From Barcelona. *nl Will a cannon ball which was found where
POPULAR SUMMER RESORT.Dal
\ AmnM the Grwwn* tbe old Say brook fort was once located, CHURCH.Rorvlcaa .

The lady bullfighters are in the city. just north of the Valley railroad station evary Rnbnath at II a. m.''aast.inn.m.Hunilay .
Opened All of them are yonng and some aropretty. at Saybrook point. The ball was fired aehool at l fi a. m., liuw. Manfiivr.Hunt. .
Hotel Placid e ton, Georgia, Is now one of the Lolita, tbe espada, la particularly from a Brltiah ship in the river during I'rayer iiimilnir oa Wwilnaxlay avanlniea
7.T0.: Tim liulilla ar oortliallj lUTilad UiiUMiuil
January 1894In most popular Summer Resorts In the
so. Her f nil name is Dolores Pretel, the war of 1813.A our aantloaa.Hev. .

the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west South, beautiful climate delightful diives, ,good scenery livery.superb and she only counts 18 springs, the Russian nobleman. Count Ramtran- I Ari.lUULiaMANraiaor.11AITI8T .

one block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. Hotel Dalton Is the home of the resort- aweet age of romantic illusions. She isof sky, has written to Mayor Warwlok of 1.

Superior Cuisine and Service. Busmeots all tiainn. Terms $2.00 per day and seeker and commercial traveler. Elegantly ,' slight stature and graoeful figure. Philadelphia, saying that be has a good ciiURcrr.PraanhliiK .

..ipwards. Special rates by the week. JOHN S. BOVVEN, Proprietor.'ravelers' built, electric bells, elevator,- tolephono Her eyes are large, dark and lustrous. looking son, 34 years of age, who wants evary aaroiid arul fourth niinifar*_
hot and cold baths on every floor. Her abundant tresses are purplish black, to make a Philadelphia woman his wife niornliiK and ev nlii|[. rtayer Moattaga awry
Wndiumilay vonliiir at t 00 o'oloiik. Htia Special rates to families. Many come her complexion smooth, soft and white; and a countesa. All he requires is beau* Kultnol awry Hiimlay at 0 tn a. m. Alae piwantvInirttrat -

each summer from lower Georgia and a month like Cupid's bow; teeth small, ty and a dot of $3,000,000. luvitod to mimlny attend.at LaOranira. All araaoriliall*

Hotel. 1 Florida.Further information given byD. white and regular. Her conversation is George Bernard Shaw, in a reoont lao- X. jr. Pfi.l, raxtor.metiiodiht .

. L. DKTTOR, Prop., very agreeable, and she is well ednoated tare before tbe Wouiou's Journalistic

Dalton, Ga, and posHosses a great fnnd of information society of England, made the somewhat cnoitcir.rtrpular .

This hotel Is now under new management, and lias been thoroughly renovated on all topics. Her manners are very sweeping statement that the English aervlaaa ovrry Aral, third aad f<>nrt*%

.hroughout. weet and ber smile most gracious and people poRsesa no brains, no artistic feeling Hnmluya at II a. m. and T oo p. ii*. Honda ifncliool
Bus meets all Trains, and Electilc Cars pass door. Bath rooms and all and avery Hiinility at HI 00 a. in. CpwnrtliLoairuo
sunny. few ideas, unbounded egotism aaoii Hiiniluy at A u hi. I'rayar mni.liiK .
Conveniences on every tloor. HtKSONAL CHATS. Snob is the captain of the band. Bhe a vast oapaolty for the assimilation oflies. every 'rhumlay lil luut 1,IKI uVlaak, TliLailli
'
OPEN ALL THE TEAR. was born in Barcelona March 23, 1880. > Alil Huontty iiiiniM avary Weitnpada*
at a on p. in. Kverj l>n Rates: American Plan, *2.00; European, 50o to #1. Special by the week. Alias Lucy Wheelock of Boston has. Her first appearanoe in the bull ring Superintendent Charles E. Clark of .

FELIX GARCIA, Prop. been re-elected president of the International was at Barcelona March 8, 1890, when the Union Printers' home, Colorado A. W, J. ]1 EST, ranter.
union.Rev. sbe was only IS years of age. Since
Kindergarten Springs, bas mailed his resignation to
CATHOLIC CUUHCH.Horvlraa \\p >
tben she bus appeared with ber quadrilla -
James J. Dolllver, father of the President William B. Prescott of tbo
at the rate of 60 bullfights at 10 a. m. evory Humlar, In n
per year.
Cor. Bay A Bridge Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. representative from Iowa, was recently the International Typographical union, to Church ImlldtiiK, North lltuavllle. CaU bull'sborn
She bas been "caught" once,
The Elliot Under new management. Each department invited to deliver the opening prayer take effect on June 1 next. The reason at*p. in.Kiev.
having entered ber mouth, leaving .J. r. U'Rovlh,Kaotor.* t *
furnished absolutely new with all modem Improvements. before the boose. assigned for Mr. Clark'* retirement is
Overlooking the St. Johns Rivor. a soar on her left cheek. Tbe accident the ill health of his wife. =fc=
Within three blocks of the Union depot, Clyde S. S. Co., and new postofflce. All The late Archbishop Cleary of Kingston took place in the bull ring of Oviedo, MUNICIPAL

clectrio cars pass the door. Free Bus. Canada, waa the first person to receive Astarias, July 18, 1807, She was incapacitated CHRONOLOGICAL ERAS.

Rates: European, 60e., 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 per day. American, from #2.00up a degree from the Catholic University for a fortnight only. Her next TOWN COUNCIL.

per day. r of Ireland. appearanoe was in the bull ring ofUuelva. the latter mayor I R. S,Smith, naralial;
The 1808 comprise*
M. O. FINLEY, for each Her style of fighting is light, year l>. II. mutuant, ta unlleulori II.Vaalmnllnn-
attraction of extremes
The
part of tbe one hundred and twentysecond hum, clerk and aM anri Minor H. Joaea, Jim.II .
Jacksonville, Fl.i. Dtber is exhibited in the friendship that playful and full of grace. She does very and the beginning of the ono ban.dred Walker, K. 1.. llmdy.'J, M. lllasa, W. It.Kn .
work with the With the <>>,cMiuniilliiien. The ooumill meets aovunil
Bilsts between two Kansas men, Mr.Fivecoats pretty capa. and twenty-third year of the independence and fourth Momlaye In each month.no .
of Anderson and Mr.Fewolose muleta her performance is so neat and
county of the United State* of Amorloa. -
of Cowley county. courageous that many bullfighters oftbe It oorrenpond* with van up tkadk.Meeta .
EVERETT HOTEL JACKSONVILLE sterner might her.
FLA. sex
Professor Ablwardt, the famous orientalist envy Tbe year (1011 of tbe Julian period. every awond WaSiiaaday night In aarf*
feminine
of continuous She pays great attention to month at H.HO o'clock In rnome over refltollMia.JiiiIks .
has, after 34 years aoooniplishnients. She slugs and plays The year 7400-7 of the By ran tine era, M.H.Joniia, prealceat; Win. H. llrown,

Largest, best, and coolest; choice rooms for summer, #1.50, $2, $3, $3 weekly, labor and, completed describing his all task the of Arabio cataloguing tbe piano. She also cultivates literature the year 7407 beginning Sept. 1.Tbe treu urer| J.O.Iluat, wrrntury,

Elevator baths and is of her excellent penman 0008-0 of the Jewish era,
bell service, etc. CHARLES A. OAKES.TITUSVIL.LI3. manuscripts in the Berlin library. proud year COUNTY OPPICKIt*.
ship. Altogether she is an interesting tbe year 6050 beginning at sunset onSept.
General Joe Wheeler, the representative personality.Angelita. 10.Tbe .
from Alabama, is nearly 61 years BCIICH)!. HOARD.J. .
the second espada, la m native 3001 since the foundation of
3f age, bnt be recently astonished the of Barcelona and is 10 years of age, year a, Bnnwilen. Tlttiavtltst A. L. Ilatah, City
Varro.
Home to ,
according Polnt| U.K.Millar; Matacar
visitors to the capitol by running a race having beon born Oct. 10, 1870. Her
HfcTZDILT XTTZO-EB HOTEL friend who bicycle. The year 8040 since the beginning oftbe
with a was on a first appearanoe was at Jerea Oct. 0,
of Nabonaasar, which ha* been COUNTY COMMlHHIOMCIItt.W. .
Thomas "Wentworth Higginson says 1800. Since then she baa fought side by era
assigned to Wednesday, the 30th of If. Hharpe, Hliarrea, rhalrmaai JneauhjMnnilcl Pr.. <
that when Wendell Phillips was speaking side with her friend Lolita. The only
of tbe 8007th of the Jul. LallratiKei .1. It. Walker. 11tu villes.Inn.
TITUSVILLE, more tamely than usual the yonng aocidents which she bas suffered are a February year Ilouatnn, Kan Oalllai J.H Wallnr, Ankoim.
abolitionist* nsed to slip to the back of wound from tbe ball's born in the right Ian period; corresponding in tbe notation Regular aeaalonaara held Irat Monday Iu taunt
Indian Itiver.Fla. to tbe 747th and month.
of ohronologists,
the room and start a bins, wbicb never thigh tbree centimeters deep and two
in the notation of astronomers to tbe740th
failed to arouse bim.Paderewski centimeters long, and a black eye due before the birth of Christ.Tbe COUNTY" OFFICIAL*.
to tbe bull having backed against the year
was formerly a great ooninmer 3074 of tbe olympiad* or the Minor H..l nea, Tltuevllla, raimty Jada| l .
J. G. BAST, of sweetmeats, but when this word which struck in a bard place, so year L. Ouiililen, TltuavlllH, iirtMeuiitlng. attorney}
that in consequence it and tbe little fist second year of the 600th olympiad beginning A. A, HtewartTltueville, tier* elrouIIcourt.1,
imiable weakness became known to bis P, Wonum, Cocoa, tax aaaaneorf H. W. Hall,
Manaokr. shoved back into in July, If we fix tbe era of tbe
which bold it
admirers be received snob overwhelming were Hharpea, taa fiollmitor) John Henry, Tttutvllle,
tbe fair wielder'a right eye. She is aimpatioa olympiad* at 775J, B. aTbe treaaureri J. II.Hume,Courtanay, auperlntnail.
of bonbons and so on that
supplies Inatrni'tlon j J. O. rrlee ritu llle,
Open All The Year. both in and manners. 3310 of the Grecian era, ortbe ant pulilla
the liking for confectionery quite left appearanoe year county eurveynri J.l'. llrown, Tltuevlllaanuria.
him. She is above tbe medlnm height of era of tbe Selencldsa.Tb .

Spanish girls and is of slightly stouter 3058 of tbe Japaneso era
year .Moat Iloautlful Place on Indian
Mark S. Brewer recently appointed
Only a few minutes' build than Lolita; eyes and hair black; and tbe 81st year of tb* period entitled
walk from Railway stations a member of the civil service oommis- rosy cheeks; small month, and well Meljl.Tbe. ICIver, for Hale, at n Great
and Steamboat land lion, is a native of Miobigan and la a shaped chin. Her bullfighting la less llnriruln.
ton of one of the pioneers of that state.He playful than that of Lolita, but it is year 1310-0 of the Mohammedan

lngs.On the banks of the was reared on a farm, is self educated sober and patterned on the bost inles oftbe era, or tbe era of the Hcglra, the. year The famous Turkey Creek Grove, eon-

far-famed Ind'. River. and is generally regarded in bisitate art. She bandies the banderillas 1818 beginning May 33.Jan. slating of 14 noro* of orange grave anil

as an exceptionally able man- with skill and grace, and in tbia suertoit 1, 1808, was the 3,414,30lt day .10 sere* of land fronting on Indian Itiver

Senator Allen of Nebraska caused is seldom that she does not win applause. since tbe beginning of the Julian period. and Turkey Creek, with attain beat landing

WEST PALM DEACII. considerable amnsement recently when She is Angelita Paoea. Mexican Providence Journal.m. and Tillman piiatofAc* and railroad
station on the P. K. C. It'y, On I ho
be was jokingly referred to aa a plntosrat Herald.
place, lying on the weal tide of Indian
by jumping to bis feet and saying: urast tolylas. Klver, three mile* south of Melbourne,
Seminole "I want it to go on record that I am not Odd Order. Solomon Camutr Malan habitually two miles from Atlantic oceaa beach.

Hotel t plutocrat. I bear, probably justly, a The woes of tbe commercial travelers conversed with hi* children in Latin, About 40O good bearing oraag* trees,

good many burdens, bnt tbia one la too to the Soo are many, and they sometimes but on bi* deathbed, when Solomon, balance In young trees, will Jlold about
big even for tne." relate their woeful experiences as bi* son, began to recite a psalm in tbe I0OO boxes tbia year, Can be made
OPEN ALL THE TEAR. of Dr. well aa their humorous ones. One shoe familiar Vulgate of hi* youth, tbe dying to yield 2l)<>0 boies a year in tw* years.Servant's .
The archbishop Canterbury,
WEST PALM BEACn, FLORIDA. salesman, who makes tbe Soo about man, scholar to the last, muttered, houae and good packing houaa

This hotel Is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to'he Church Temple,of is England said to be as unexcelled a button in sewer the twice a year, tells oneon himself I Last "Non tta, nonital Hebralce;" *o tbeon and dear room and duck* above.hiiotlnH Good npTurkey(lading,Creek quail,;

railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel. and stooking darner. His successor in tbe year be called on one of oar largest repeated it iu Hebrew.He Hne harbor for boats; lovely river front,
with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00 per day and lee of London. Bishop Creighton, makes merchants with a line of his shoes, could, for that matter, jait'a* with beautiful foreat tree*. Hammock
"pwards week month. intention of adding the merchant well have aId it in Coptlo or Chinese,
; special rates by the or it bis boast that be sews on bis own eoclcalastlcal with the lands for sale cheap. Apply toD.
GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor. buttons and onoe dexterously to his list of customers. He for to blm all tongue* cam* naturally.t I* Oauldbn,

mended lady's glove. spread out bis samples on a long counter 18 he could write in 18 languages, Atty. for ownare,
a
and for an hour be pat up an argument oriental and European, and among bis Tltusvllle, TU.
Miss Nellie I. Taylor and Paul D.Quiggs aa to tbe merits of bis wares, published work* we find translations

HOMESEEKERS of Fargo were engaged and Nellie which be could see was gradually having from tbe Arabic, Persian. Syriac, Ethiopia

was oat of town for a few days.Tbey an effect on bis prospective custom Hebrew. Coptlo, Armenian, Georgian

exchanged tbe following telegrams er. At last, with tbe air of a matwoonvinoed Mongol, Chinese, Korean, Japanese BADBREATH
nd thoughtlessly signed them by their of a good tbing, the merchant Greek, Russian. Welsh and Gothic

Who are Seeking a Home in the Initials only: "Dear" Nellie Come picked op a neat sample of footwear and He i* said to bav* learned to speak
home to me. P. D.Q.. "Dear PaulAm in fortnight, and
aaid, "Send me two pairs of these in Armenian fluently a
ooming, my love. N. L T. assorted alzeJ." Tbe drummer saw that be prwacbed in Georgian to a Georgian I Ut* heea ejelaer MMAIBT**ma

South should send to the undersigned Mary. Ida and Nettle Ward of Phillips this was bis conge, and be gravely wrote congregation In tbe cathedral of Kotai*. aetiel.mild aad Mr eSauilve aeuabter lei aa4 u I tfcer vera era batkared ele>pl> ir mUM-

county, Kan., are sisters, bnt their the order in bis book. Tbe goods were Saturday He view eiaa Mklna Mooieub a few domae aad war of Caemreta bnaia wee we vaei lint Sad.teipmredwvaoeriallr. Altar
family relationship bas become very delivered to tbe joke loving merchant Tbe* era a awaa bala ta as*tuall,.'4Wit.HaLMlaa
Aa Otalliat Brlt aU iai, .
for a cppy of the much entangled. Mary married widower in a short time in assorted sizes a 9nd *

named Wilson and Ida became tbe 8, a 7 and 0 and, aa far as tbe In Bologna the other day a perform

wife of bis son Charles. Nettie married drummer knows, tbe merchant bas those anoe of Pnocini'a/'Manon" 'a* given CANOV
of tbe elder Wilson, named at one of the theater*. Tbe baritone of VA ay CATHARTIC
Homeseeker.MTe a nephew four shoes in stock yet. Tbe drummer |
Florida
East Coast William Benton. All have children.Tna never called to see. Soo(Mich.)Democrat the cast. Holla, it seems, bad dined too
copiously and was hissed by the public,

____________ to bis great irritation. He stopped inbis

a Mtl Wmtm."Ob performance, turned to the eodienoe raao* ataasG0t **
have Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for A WmM Lite."My and cried. "Good evening ("and tbendiapp
lands for Fruit Growing, oh, moaned Mrs. Weeks, who
Inter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest in tb- United States.ppir was suffering from a decayed molar, life was spoiled, lady." aaid" the ared behind the scene*. The cartain ATI tH

"why aren't people born witboot tetb.I'd traveler, "by my wife'* cooking. was dropped, and tbe commiesair*
I I"No Plaaeant. Palatable. Potaaa, Taata Oood. Ho
to
' bed?
like to know?" Was it so very of polio*went on tbe stage and reasoned Good, e er ilekea. Weafeea.wr Ortpa. Ne 1bt.IV.

Land CommU.Joner, "Why, my dear,".exclaimed tbe husband. lady; it war good. 8a good that wltb Slgnor Boll*. He remained obstinate ... CURS CONSTIPATION. ...
JAS. E. INCRAHAM, Vdo yon happen to know any one myfriends ate me eat of rboose and however, and passed tbe night intb am i a. w> c..,..,.tahwainn.it, wv t. i v0TOBAC

FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, that wasn't}" Chicago News. home." New Tork Journal I polio* station. ZZX&&li ST

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MAY 27, 1898.J'J .



PROGRESS OF THE WAR.Z3T" Melbourne.GOODE
.
ROBBINS & GRAHAM
ifiSSSRSPP (Suocessor to Lovett& Carroll.)
& OOODK Re l Estate aad Imwi.Aicent .
Principal Happenings of ttie Week. for VKtna, London and Liverpool anil
' Globe,anil Imperial Fire Insuranoe. Special GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of
Key West, May 21. In the United attention paid to the Intercuts of non resldenta. .
States Circuit Court to-day the Spanish .
prizes Mathllde, Candldato, Sofia and WILL PRACTICE IN STATE. AND Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage !

I Argonauts, against which "proconfesso" WHEN YOU no TO MELBOURNE oall atthSHuaw TITUSVILLE, FLORIDSolicited..
wan entered yesterday, nobody ,Mrs. Cliu J. K.Campbell Jft Co., Millinery UNITED STATES COURTS.
appearing to claim them, were formally Notions, Dry Goods, Ladies' readymade -
and woien Underwear,Ferris' Renowned
condemned and ordered to be sold. The Cornets,etc.,embroider? and colored silks,
Reading notice nds. tills Furnished
on page arms and ammunition found in a secret souvenir spoons,Stationery,eto.HOTFL ABSTRACTS of Title
te tt cents line week.
e per per
chamber on the Argonauta are valued

at $!>,0OOt and were also condemned and uGLLEVTTE, MELBOtTRKE, FLA. for Lands in Brevard and Dade Groceries Grain. Hay Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries J
,
ordered sold.Washington. Lovely view of Indian River. Tn a sheltered ,
Pineapple Slips and Suckers. May 21. This is the last situation Superior accommodations. Mod'erate Counties.We And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed

day on which Spanish merchant vessels rates.W, R. CAMPBELL,Proprietor. Food-and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclS
are allowed to leave or enter any port of the above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit yourZ?
the United States. have a large List truly E. L. BRADY A
Very BRQ. TUumXJJ
The news event of the day at the Navy HOTEL RIVERSIDE, MELBOURNE, FLA., ,
Department was the dispatch of the raodatlnna overlooking and Indian arood River board.: bomellke Rates $1.80 acoom.per of Lands owned by
order to the Monterey to proceed to day or#6.00 to l>.00 per week, according; tover
Manila to reinforce Admiral Dewey'ssquadron. location of room, Special rates to KlAS.
The Monterey is a tower of people. Cll .T. McHRIDE Proprietor.UtOTt ourselves and clients. Lesley <& Motlow,

strength in herself, and her addition to Price for unimproved

Admiral Dewey's force, together with A. PEEK. M. ., PHYSICIAN AND (Successors t LOSLEY, RENAKER A CO.)
the dispatch of thousands of troops to 81/RGKON, Melbourne, Fla.Ilotel lands $3 to $100
Manila, Is ample evidenoe that the Administration Brands of Wines Brandies Rums
and Domestic Gins
has assumed no half-hearted Foreign anil n

attitude toward the Philippine question, Riverside will remain open all per acre. Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout. .
and Is determined to take no chance of summer, so visitors to town can still
dispossession until such time as the find a place at which to stop A First-class Line of Cigars. * Billiard and Pool
Residence Orange Tabf
United States itself has arranged for the WE have a few !
of the Islands. Alex. J. Goode returned home last Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention Kven| .
disposition Gibraltar, May 22. An unconfirmed Saturday from Eau Gallie, where he has Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY A MOTLOWr Tltuwllty
spent the two months of
past
as captain
rumor is in circulation here that the locations. Prices Reasonable.
the mail-boat. .
Spartan.Dr.
Spanish squadron at Cadis Is about to
Fancy Pineapple Slip* & Suckers sail for Cuban waters. A Spanish battery Leon Peek delivered one of his

for Sale.Abbakas of artillery arrived this afternoon at always Interesting lectures to the Women's TITUSVILLE
ban Roque, seven miles northwest of Emergency Corps last Friday, Offices : I and MIAMI. -]::: Will keep constantly on band a Full Supply of [_ 7s

Egyptian Queen, Goldon Gibraltar, and has been placed In position. at the home of Mrs. E. P. Branch,

Queen, Porto Itlco. Smooth Cayenne and Messrs, Chas. Bolton, Malabar; G. F.Paddison CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE
San Francisco, May 22. Ten thousand
Bed Spanish. Apply toMaudock United States troops are camped here, J, II. Wynn, and Capt, MoIntyre ..H. H. DICKEY..
A Matthams, Eau Gallie, were In town last DRESSED AND ROUGH.
"Palm Beach Pinery," 9,000 of whom are volunteers.The Many Wednesday evening, on business and Also Mouldings and Turned Work, Brick, Lime, Cement, Crates of all de> !
niore are arriving dally. Washington crptt(
Wont Palm Beach, Fla. pleasure bent.Mrs. FINE GROCERIES.
volunteers, quartered at Fontana .. .
Barracks, want to go to Manila. Ferguson, mother of Mrs. W. C.
Fancy 1'lncapple Plants.ilardy London, May 22. The great Influx of Barnes, arrived here lust Saturday, from
gold has brought down the discount Covington, Ky. She enjoys our summer
President W. M. Bbowjt
Pmtchabd
James VicePresidentC.
; ,
vigorous, grown without shelter rates in London since war was declared weather, so we trust she may remain STAPLE ARTICLES, S. Schuyler, Cashier. -
smooth-leaved Cayenne, Abbaka between the United States and Spain. here some time.Prof. .
ana Jamaica Klpley plant* for aale.E. Over fl,2.>0,000 pounds sterling has been
Winters also
litsMrs. mother
ITarry
O. 1). Tyndall, received at the Bank of England since II. M. Winters, ,and Walter Winters , Fruits & Vegetables. INDIAN RIYER STATE
Waveland, Fla. the middle of April. Owing to the fall left here last
Saturday, to spend
In the value of money at New York, Special attention given to Mail Orders.
the In but
summer Georgia, we hope to
there are no near of the American
Pineapple Slips and Suckers gold demand prospects reviving, although Itis see them return early in the fall.Mrs. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.TITUSVILLE (Incorporated nndcr rhi Laws of the State of Florida.)

For Hale, felt that the war may yet produce W. T. Wells, Miss Gladys Wells, FLORIDA. Authorized capital, $100rO(
surprises for the market. Messrs. Stanford and Prescott Wells left
Paid
London, May 2.!. The Vienna correspondent here last Tuesday, for their summer up capital, $25X(
Of the following varieties, Smooth of the Dally Telegraph says J JIt home in New York. We all mis* them Average deposits, $150,0(
Market
Cayenne, Envil Cities, Abbaka* and Ir believed that an Anglo-Japanese very much, and look with pleasure for East Coast Meat

t.ed Spanish, grown from young plants understanding has been reached, which their return nest fall, Transacts General
a
nd without cover. For prices, call onraddies8 not only comprehends all eventualtles
C. A. RoniNSOjr, that can occur in the East, but also contemplates Last Saturday evening Capt. Alex. J. F. DTJREN, Agent
Eden, Indian River, Fla. all the consequences that Goode, in his yacht Nylie, took a large Business,
crowd over to East Melbourne on a turtle
might result In the course of the IllspanoAmerican -
war. The understanding hunt. They found a large one near the Largest and Oldest Bank on the Ej
..I BUT OR SELL... establishes a sort of Asiatlo balance ofpower. trail on Rev. W. C. Barnes' place; they
also found plenty of turtle eggs, so now Exchange sold o all Foreign fttutns
Confederate Money Bonds & the Melbournites can feast on egg omelets
Tampa, May 23. The Red Cross.ship,
which are delicious when properly E=> DIRECTORS!
State of Texas with Miss Clara Barton
C*>
POSTAGE STAMPS. representative of the National Red Cross prepared.Ilotel JAS.PRIT0HAST ,'W.B BARNETTPmllof ( (
the National Bank ot
Largest stock in the world. Address Association of America, and a corps of Carleton Is now closed for the nsw (Vlce-Pfenident JacknonvUM National Bui JIX7BKKB

CHAS. D. BARKER, Atlanta, Oa. surgeons and trained nurses, arrived at summer, and Mr. and Mrs. Robertson X Jacksonville), and W. M. Bbows.
Port Tampa from Key West to-day and and daughter, Miss Llllte, left last Tuesday CORRBSPOXDK3TS.Seaboard .
cast anchor near the gunboat Helena. for Chicago, where they expect to National Bank of New To*t
The vessel, which Is fitted up for hospl spend the next four months In a well National Bank of Jacksonville.
JOSEPH ZAPF.... tal purposes and carries supplier enough earned vacation. The past winter was a
for the equipment of several Red Cross busy one for them, the house being full Titusville, Florida.Ed .
WHOLESALE DKALKRAnheoserBasch stations, will, It Is said, follow tho fleet to overflowing during the entire season.
of transports into Cuban waters. Each year the Carleton has become
Brewing Ass'nFamous Elaborate arrangements have been more and more popular. orate Tour Bowels Witt, Cusearets.
made for the banquet to bo held at the Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever, Jacksonville Steam Works
St. Louis Lager Beer. Tarupa Bay hotel to-morrow in hondr of lOo,26o. KC.C.C.fall,druggists refund money.MILLINERY. Dye *
Sold & Motlow Tltusvillo.WIIOLBSALK Ko-To-Hm for Fifty Cent*.
by Losley Queen Victoria's birthday. Covets for
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak
LIQUOR DEALER, about 2.10 persons will be laid. Colonel men strong, blood pure. 60o,II. All druggists. MAINIIARD BROS., Proprietors.X .
VVylle, of the Governor of Alabama's
West Bay St., Jaoksouvlllo, and staff will toastmaker.
act as > DE3ton.se,
y
Sanford, Fla. With the arrival to-day of the Iroquois, BOARD OF TRADE MEETING.A .

Santiago and Cherokee, twenty-one . Thirty-five years' experience in Cleaning and Dyeing. Ladies and Gents' cite
at the speoial meeting of the above Board
transports are now plor, every one
FLORIDA STATE TROOPS. fitted out and ready for the embark was held at their rooms on Wednesday and DRESSMAKING. ing cleaned, dyed, repaired and pressed. All work guaranteed.

ation. These ships will easily accommodate night, when R. C. Scrlmgeour was voted 13 Newnan St., East Side. JACKSONVILLE, FIX
between fifteen and sixteen thousand to the chair In the absence of Judge
Return of the Indian Illver flnardt. men, somewhat over the total number M. S. Jones;and Col. D. L. Gaulden was

After spending a week In camp at of regular troops in camp here. ItIs appointed secretary pro.-tem. In the absence
Tampa, our Guards returnedto Titusvllle thought that throe hours after orders of J. G. Bast.In ESTABLISHED 1875.
on Friday last, their services not being are Issued to embark, every man, horse consequence of the special committee
required In the war. The St. Augustine and pound of supplies can be placed onboard Messrs. W. M. Brown and E. L. Wm. A. BOURS & CO.
Rifles, Of St. Augustine, Halifax the vessels in waiting. Brady being out of town, Mr. George ...
Cities. Daytona, and Island City Guards, London, May 24. A dispatch to the M. Bobbins read the report of the trial
Key West, were also turned down by Dally Chronicle from Barcelona, dated balance of the town's finances, which GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS!
Governor W.* D. Bloxhani. Out of all Sunday, says: "A steamer took 1,000 was laid aside for future reference. A ,
those who previously left Tltusvtlle to soldiers from Cadis yesterday (Saturday committee composed of Messrs. Geo. M. 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
join other companies, only one returned ) for the Canaries or the Philippines, Robbins and D. L. Gaulden was appointed handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock ot Hi;

here.Messrs. and there are two trans-Atlantlo liners to confer with the members of the Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed MeaL. both bright
G. Cary EIwes, Elbert Froscher now In port here." Town Council upon the matter. dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
Thos. Decker and T. R. Puckett, San Francisco, May 23. The First Among other business brought before Stat Brand Fertilizers Guaranteed Analysis,Orrfnea tree and Fertiliser,Panares
we are Informed, have joined Company Regiment of California volunteers, under the Board was the subject of a Fourth Bone,Nitrate Soda, Muriate of rotash.Sulphate Potash, Kainit Vegetable, eto. These fertiliisn h n*
B., 2nd Battalion, Florida Volunteers.It command of Colonel J, F. Smith.em of July celebration In Tltusville; and after superior la the market,and a trial will convince. Bead for Catalogue free.A .
seems that In the Florida state troops barked for Manila this morning *>a the some discussion, a committee of
there are five battalions, or twenty companies steamer City of Pekln, and will probably three composed of R. W. Rhodes, Chas.II. .

twenty will not go into twelve, sail to-morrow, Walton and F. A. Losley was appointed Mail orders solicited. Satisfaction BICYCU3 ACCIDENT,
and twelve into twenty goes once and St. Johns, N. V., May 23. An officer to call a meeting at the Board's
eight over. Twelve companies selected from one of the British warships on the rooms at eight o'clock on Monday evening guaranteed.Mrs. Or a>case of exhaustion, or being ow
to compose the First Florida Regiment west coast of this Island arrived here tonight next, when all who have the Interest Helen W. Reynolds come by the heat, should always MP1
are perfectly satisfied, but the eight completes to consult with the Governor, Sir of their town at heart are particularly vided against by the bicycle rider cun*
left out of the organization naturally Herbert Murray, as to the contingency requested to be preseut. Titusville, Fla. a flask of our high-grade Baker Wm JS
fall to understand why they weie of the arrival of the Spanish fleet In these It is tho finest and purest whiskey odS
discriminated against. The residents of waters to obtain coal. The officer desires ? market for medicinal purposes, andY
the cities from which they come are Informed that his name should not be mentioned CEO. W. DAVIDSON & CO.. COTTON \ appetizer and tonic is unexcelled, w
that Governor Bloxham, In selecting but he urges Sir Herbert Murray /III stock of wines and liquors are all n
the twelve companies to constitute to advise-the American government to Commission Merchants. JJA gra
the regiment, first took into consideration send one of its fastest cruisers to patrol -' JOHN CLARK SON &C0.,
such companies as were first the Grand Banks for a week or more, Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Poultry LINEN NETTING.
to volunteer. With but few exceptions, that the cruiser, on sighting the Spaniards and Eggs.S0701M3 . Commission Merchants and delta* '
these bave been selected. In determining might give the earliest possible Groceries, Grain, Coal, Wines 4 Li1
which companies should be left at notice of the movement of the enemy by Poydras Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.53T .
home, the Governor took several Important making immediately for St. Johns or NEW ORLEANS, LA. prfcsolicited.
points into consideration. Seacoast Cape Race and telegraphing Its information Consignments of country
towns, paitlcularly those at which regular to the United States. The way in .
troops are mobilized, may need protection which England Is helping us out in this HENRY R. THOMASr
against mobs'at any time. war is to be highly commended by our FISHING TACKLE.
While these places may bo full of regular people. .LA YILLA PHARMACY
... ,
troops, they cannot take part in the Key West, May 23. Although the Superior quality IJncn Gill Netting THE C. B. ROGERS
quelling of disturbances until after the United States District Court, Judge Keeps all Kinds ofPnre made from Knox's Scotch thread.

Governor has exliaustod all the means Lock presiding, has been in session for Samples and estimates cheerfully furnished.
within his power. With this explanation several days, attending to criminal matters Drags, Fancy and Toilet Articles. Corks, Leads, Lines, ete.J. Importers and Wholesale Grocers.
the wisdom of the Governor In of minor Importance, It held Its first
omitting the entire Fifth Battalion from session as prize court Friday morning. -Prices to suit; S. JOHNSON A CO., .Provisions Grain Hay Flonr Grits Meal Etc.
..
regimental formation is apparent. Two There are now twlnty-nine prize cases 801 Adams-St., cor. Madison, Manufacturers, ,

companies of this battalion are located tending Involving an estimated value of JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 121 South St, BALTIMORE, MD. the *'
in cities where their services may bs J rom 2,500,000 to $3,000,000. Sole Agents forFAIRBANK Our business confined to

needed at any time, and If needed at all Tampa, May 24. A banquet, which CANNING CC. LION only. Orders from consumers nei*
it will be badly. Coast towns may need took on some degree of national Importance
protection from other causes, and this from the fact that the United BRAND CANNED MEATS. solicited nor desired.
explains the Governor's object In ..leaving States government took official notice ofit
the Tltusvillo and Daytona companies was given at the Tampa Bay hotel BRICK LJACKSONVILLE Quotations made promptly on application
at home. to-day in honor of Queen Victoria'sbirthday.
Nearly all of the companies not admitted .
to the regiment are from seaport The big dining room of the hotel was
towns, or close to them, and the Governor prettily*decorated with tropical plants
no doubt bad this point In view and the colors of the two nations. On
when he made Ais selection of companies the main table and In front of Major BRICK CO. Hides Fnrs Wool Skins Tallow Bees-Wax MBT
to form the regiment. General Shatter was an immense flower Alligator ,
Dame rumor says it Is no use some of piece In the shape of a crown, while overhead
our state troops being dissatisfied, for %h "Stars and Stripes" and cross 20 Hogan St. Jacksonville Fla. TI1E
they may again be called out to .assist of St. George formed an tirch.At CO.
in defending their country. each plate was an elaborate menu SOUTHERN HIDE & SKIN

card decorated with the designs of the Write ns for prices and save jour money. We make
Stat8
American and British flags, underneath Largest Handlers of Skins in the
FOR SALE, Cheap, a Newspaper and which was the legend, "Mood is Thicker
the hardest least absorbent and best brick made in Florida.
'Job Printing plant, nearly new, at one Than Water." The band of the Sixth REFERENCE: National Bank State of Florida.
of the best towns on the East Coast. United States Infantry played national Office Rob 443 Jackson St.
Address, C. II. W., airs of both countries during the ban Can snpply up to a million on short notice. Building. Hide Warehouse J4C to ,

Advocate office, Titusrllle, Fla. quet. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.



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