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: June 10, 1898
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River (Fla. : Lagoon)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079909
Volume ID: VID00187
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31876449
alephbibnum - 002071721
lccn - sn 96027113
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS FURNITURE STORE has toilet sets, Bfr-BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc. a nice assortment VICTOR BICYCLES at reduced prices. FRUIT AND VEGETABLES ON AMONG THE HOTELS. r
beds
,
curtain chains, rugs, tables, etc.WE at Screven's Diug Store, You onn get the best wheels at the

General Interest.eletr Titusvllle.Mr. beat prices atV THE EAST COAST. Where to stop. See list of hotels on
of
nd Topics HAVE ALL TIIE LATEST NOVelties W. Bkrrs, our 7th page.

In the National colors. St. Augustine, Fla. Attention Is drawn to the pineapple The Advocate Is now on file at all
R. C. Creech of
Banyan, was In advts. Oth and 8th
slip on our
snd cnerat Ootslp In connection Gardner fc Walker.Mr. town last Saturday.Mr. pages. the best hotels In New York elty.Whoie .

Worth, Indian, TIME DID YOU MUCH. number of nro leaving itf
,,1th Blwsyne Buy, JLake SAY ? NOT Quito a pines to spend tho summer months
nutans >< HaWa* Blvers, Key Went W. J. Tucker,* of Foit rio.ee, town on. R. R. Rlcou. of Eden, was In But If It's a shirt waist you want, pullout Foit Plotco dally now.A seo our Ith nnd 7th page*. f

II other Important Point* alone the was In town Tuesday.Capt. Tuesday.Col. all the pins, strew the counter, '
few gathered
pineapples our being
mention oflaMMtlng hem In the showcases bolt of Mr. S. 11. Peck, of tho Ptiua, Rock- 4'
Brief turn
t of Florida. S. F. Travis, of Cocoa was hero a cold histwluter
t Coft at Lotus but owing t< the
R. ,
Events *" Various Partefth A. Hardee, of Sebastian, a shoi t while yesterday. calico wrong able out we get paid for lodge, announces the opening of the
: rather small.
World! About People Ton Know was a visitor to town this week. keeping things straight. they aie New Ailington, Petoskey, Mloh., on July

People You Don't Know Picked The stenmer S. V. White well Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Gardner it Waikrk.Cauoed Pineapple shipments have commenced

nd by Our Society Editor aiifl a large staff known on Indian River U again for divine service at Eau Galllo on Sunday. In earnest, but the fiult Is small on Oth.On 4th page will bo found an advt. of
lit
| Correnpondent* scattered along the sale. The communication fiom Sebastian by the Drought.A account of tbe drought, at Bunynn. Hotel Nelms, New Smyrni, n seaside

Florida.Dr. was unavoidly crowdocfout of this week's hotel which will be all the
Cut Coant of Mr. C. A. Bacon The steamer St. Sebastian arrived atTitusvllle kept open
of
No. 0 Ormond
issue but will be In
published next.Mrs. .
our last night with neaily fourteen summer.
has been In of tho
spending a week or so in New consequence seveio drought
communication York. W. ntndle and children, ofCocon we have experienced si nco January, tlshin hundred crates of pineapples on boaid. The Groylock hotel, Wllllamstown,

0. E. Hill's odj passed through hero Wednesday, the ponds and small lakes west of Indlan The schoonerMnrkabmlived ntMlaml Msss., opened for tho season lust week
Mr. and
found lnrestlng Mis.
ae eond page will be very Point Adhemar Brady paid on theii way to Brunswick, Ga., for a River have been dying by tho thousands. from the Koys last week with 'MM crates under the inniiagomont of Mr, J. 1*.
as will aso several other artlet City a visit on Tuesday, returning A number of these which
next short visit.Mr. pondn of pineapples. Soveral other vessels Vlntiig, of Ormond.Mr. .
day.Mr. connect with the St. Johns River
are of fruit.
have since brought
and Mrs. S. F. Glbbs and cargoes Frank K. Allen, late of the Tampa
daughter
of*the commenceieit Robt. W. Simms, Jacksonville said to be quite dry owing to the lack
-The programme has the thanks of the and Miss Jennie Miller, of Melbourne of rain. George Sweeney, of Indlanola, arrived Bay hotol In Florida, will fill the position
of the Florida Agricultur- Advocate for
exercises a were In town a couple of days In Lotus Thursday, from down river of, assistant room clerk at the Grand
of
the Schlitx
will be found elsewhere inin copy war atlas.Mr. .
College or so this week.Mr. I>anoe. points, whero ho had been* purchasing Union, Saratoga, this summer.

Issue.The 8. F. Gray, after spending several Chas. R, Serjeantson of nobe the guava crop. Mr. Sweeney otTois Manager A. E. Dick, of the Tampa
merchant that has not a wellotded weeks working on the wrecked fair prloesfor them, and he closed a deal hotel loft last week for New Yoi k
Sound arrived In afternoon There dance attbe Bay ,
port, yesterday was a very enjoyable
advertisement in the Advocatk steamer at Lantana, is again at home. for a laige quantity while here.
older to arrangements
In oompleto
on board his yacht. He was two Opera honse, last Friday night, when City
not get his share of the publio patiiige. The steamer St. Sebastian took the days on the trip."Looking the attendance was quite good, every, for tho opening next month of the Long

Advertise and prosper.Mr. place of the St. Augustine, Tuesday, thing considered. The ooloied band discoursed Agents Wanted. Bench hotol, of which he mndo a success
Backward
2nd
B. W. Currier, of Lynn, ''Mass., while the latter was having her boilers will be found of Interest, on to our Indian sweet muslo until neatly 12o'clock last season,

ho owns an orange grove north of Ho- cleaned.Col.. page Biverltes, and others hunters midnight, when the merry dancers Wanted, by a first-class, reliable commission Mr. S. Graham, formeilr of Talatka,
especially'
1 Ormond, is having his whaif, and Chi Is. nale, after spending a and lovers of wild animals. wended their way homewards by house, In New York, at each ha* given up the Hotel Altaml, and I*
ier woodwork around his place neat- few weeks in Jacksonville returned toTitusvllle the pale moon light, much pleased with station or shipping point, a trustworthy now In charge of Hotel Blsoayno, Jn the

painted in white.Mr. on Wednesday, ,lie to Major E. W. Peabody, the genial the evenings amusement. Titusvllle and rollablo agent, to solicit consignments same town. The owner, Mr. Joseph A.
expects and well known of the still ranks the on commission.
pleasure
representative among places McDonald Is making several change* Inl
leave for West shoi
Oak mil .
0. M. Allen, of arml Key tly.Mr.
is anxious Times-Union and Citi7en, passed through along the East Coast In summer. Address, with refeienccs, l ho Hotel piepAratory to Its occupancy.Mr .
In town yesterday. lie J. G. Bast came up from Courtenay here yesterday, en route to Cocoa. "Morton," oaie of Advocat1, Saunders, of Nassau, wIILprobably
i go to Cuba as a war correspondent Wednesday to attend the regular Titusvllle, Fin. '
r the Advocate and other East Coast Miss Nellie Paddlson, who has been 8 h l Hoard Vacancy.At manage Hotel Miami.
meeting of the Titusvllle Board of Tiadoin
ipers. We wish him every success.Mr. his capacity as secretary.An staying heie with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Hotel ownors, proprietors, manager*
Paiika Robbins for some months past, returned a special mooting of Bievaid County MORE WEDDINGS.Mr. and clerk* have gone to the war In quite
Henry Strunz, a prominent error was inadvertently made In home to Noith Carolina on Tuesday, Exocutlve Committee, held at the Impifsslvo numbeis. and "there are

attorney, spent from Sunday until our columns last week in stating that Mi. Kobblns and Master Rufus accompanied Courthouse. Titusvllle, Saturday evening and Mi Winston S. Ill aiming, otlieis" who Intend doing likewise Just

iondiiy jilness in v.ith town Col., attending D. L. Gaulden.to some legal We Mr. JohnT. Stanley's (\'ew York) pineapple her as far as Jacksonville.Mrs. last, tor the purpose of recommending who were united in marriage a couple o( ns soon ns they can settle up home nffnlis. -

call.All plantation was at Eden. It is located Call C. Curtiss and little son someone to till the vacancy lu the week's ago, nnlved In Titusvllle on Sunday Who shall any there Is any lack
knowledge a pleasant at Jensen, Mr. B. F. Hull being left here yesterday fori Tampa, to visit School Board occasioned by the resignation last, and will niuko their home with of patriotism among the noblu army of

Titusvllle school children aie reiftted he competent manager. There me 24 Major II. B. Heisey- who formeilv resided of Mr. A. I* Hateh, ofK tty Point, Mr. and Ml*. L. C. Hi mining. The hotel men ? National Hotel Repot ter.Mis. .

to be at the schoolhouse oniondny acres of pineapples on the plantation. In Titusvllle, but Is now oil for Rev. R. N. Andrews, of Cocoa, was nominated gioom Is a brother of Station Agent K. Ilndnnll, so long the proprieties

nftei noon next at 3 o'clock, for Master Porsou Taddlson arrived Cuba with the tioops. Mrs. Heisey Ua for the office We feel sure that Bianning, while tho bilde wns Miss t the St. Johns house, Jacksonville
it of appending theirsignaliires Mr. Andrews will do all In his power to Kdna ( halker n popular lad/ ofMiddlebuig.
purpose here Wednesday florn the Bartow Military niece of Mrs. Cuttiss.Capt. young Fla., has gone to Hendorsonvllle.N. .
>roll sheet to be placed with other further theinteiests of Brevard's public The newly-nianled couple
viRit to his sister Mrs.Geo. bo associated
College on a C, for the summer, to
T. W. Lund, jr., son of the
inieain the proposed Maine monument.Capt. . M. Bobbins. He Is on his summer schools. have the best wishes of the Advocate with Mrs, Love in the management of
Lund of Titusvllle arrived
late ,
Mayor ,
J. II. Smith has) returned here vacation, and expects to leave for the in town Wednosday from Jacksonville ter a weddod life of much happiness.We the Oloho hotel. Cloik C. II, Jenness,
"
ora Jacksonville, where he has been home of his paients at Point Caswell, and returned homo next day. Capt., They All Head the "Advocate. of Mauch Chunk, Pit., has chnrgo of the

xnding several weeks with bis family.e N. C, In a day or so. Porson's many Lund came here to look after tho family received, last Saturday, the following St. Johns houso during Mis. IliidnaU's

will take command of the steamer St.bastlan friends are pleased to' meet him heieagain. piopeity, which he found in good order.He The following has just been received nnnoiiiiueuient, which wo take absence, having hoen with lier nearly

on her trips to Key West with will leave Jacksonville to-morrow by Messrs. Gardner & Walker, calling pleasure In publishing Russell: Jr. two year* as assistant manager.
John II. announces
"Mr
e mortar and gun carriages.On Mr. Robert Pentland has relinquished night with the steamer Fred DeBarry, their attention to tho omission of ono tin-mini luge of his daughter* Florence, Many of our readers will be glad to

Monday twenty-eight marines his position as purser on the steamer for Boston, where she willlbe put on her letter In their alphabetloally-arrungoLudt to Mr. Henry Tazewell Hanlson. Thursday learn that Mr. George O. Howe has leased

wed through here on their way North St. Augustine, and is now putting In full summer run. The captain who gave Boston, Mass., June, 4, '08.Messrs. June 2nd, 1M>8, at Walllngfoid, the Lako Diuiuioie House, Salisbury


f the crew of the launch which galnfly at this place, Mr. Will Ballard now acting visitor to Titusvllle.Mr. advertisement In The bilde who I* well known to usha Howe conducted with success hist winter
In published
in his place. He Is no your of Hotel Ormond for the Buckingham sod Magnolia hotel*
endeavoied to rescue Lieut. Hob- as purser been a guest
sand his men at the sinking of the new hand at the business, for be was Jos. Zapf, of Jacksonville, who the newsy"Armlets Indiax River belts Advocate" several winter*; but during the past two at St. Augustine, which were full of
the most is s'ate agent for the Anheuser-Busch beginning etc., you all the lime. The
lerrlmac.We formeily one of popular purser's seasons has made Daytona her head guest* neaily many
Indian Brewing Co,, has quite an extensive left out the "y. You want "yeast, the
connected with the defunct Mr. Russell (herfathei) hav* dance* he gave during season were
are informed that Mr. H. B. Her River Steamboat Co., and Is well and establishment on West Bay street and "yarn" or "yellow Journal. quarters Ing rented the WiMer cottage last soason. delightfully represented by some of tlus

ts, formerly chief of the Weather Buiu favorably known from one end of Indian employs a number of men, his place You is truly, She I* a very charming and talented best people from the noilli. /
f
In Titusvllle Iniwtevelt's like a beehive it has so Samuel Welch, Jr.Teachers' .
Is now a major being many
other.Mr offilends
River to the and has made hosts
Ranger* at Tampa, having busy workers. In the front office one young lady, The Travelers hotel, Jacksonville, I*
"inquished his position In the Weather Wm. M. Blown, who left here will find very obliging shipping and Ksamlnatlon.Brevard South. We understand Mrs, keeping up It* good leputallonv under MlII
make her abode at Lees-
foreau office at bantu Fe, New Mexico.nioln for New York on Saturday, the 28th ult., receiving clerks and bookkeepers, and Harrison will the able management of Mr. Felix
the army; but the government returned to Titusvllle on Monday last, passing through the storeroom, which Is burg, Vs., which fact will bo much regretted Garcia, who ha* not only furnished thohouso

ill re-establish him in his old position making quite a flying business trip. well stocked with casks of choice wines, county's uniform examination by her llfe-blng friend* at Hartford throughout with new beds, mosquito

'ter the war. Success to you. friend While noith he managed to pay a short liquors, beers, etc., will come to the of tearheis commenced at 8:110o'clock Conn., her old home.'a Tbe Advocate nets, carpets, eto., but has changed
Jones at on Tuesday morning, at the Joins with Mis. H. numeious tho office from the second
teraey.Attorneys. visit to Capt. and Mrs. R. II. packing and bottling department. Here the location of
New Hartford, Conn., and also to his may be seen the various machines used school house, Titusvllle. There were friends In wishing her a long life of con.nublal to the ground Door, The new offlcoI

Geo. Mj Bobbins and D.Gaulden father's place at Collinsville, CU He says In the business, with a competent engineer six applicants for examination In arithmetic bliss and prosperity.On I* handsome, commodious and well

left here, Tuesday, for Jackiwllle the country around New York State and in charge, a force of men washing orthography, reading, etc., under lighted. At the desk will be found Mr.F. .

to argue some chancery cases Connecticut Is beginning to wear a summer bottles, others bottling and packing, and the supervision of County Hupt. Jno. II.Sams Wednesday morning, about 10.OOo'clock O. Jenkins, a very pleasant and no.commodatlng .

tore Jndge Call, Judge Jno. D.raome appearance. Mr. Brown left here loading the immense wagons ready for as follows: at the Episcopal church of St. gentleman, who I* also an

being unable to attend to them for Miami on Wednesday. delivery. Mr. Zapf Is a hustler, for In Misses Mary A. Burtiis, Mlmsj Gabriel, Titusvllle, Mr. Hagabert Johansen hotel man of considerable experience,
rough illness. Master Rufus Bobbins addition he has the principal canteen* at Daisy F. Plntt Ft. Pierce; Cora Brown, was united In the holy bond* of matriinouy and ha* had charge of well-known ho -

ompanled his father. They all reroed The families of Mall Agent J. A. the camp grounds, and on Friday last Titusvllle; Ella Singleton, Rockledge; to Ml** Kute Eleanora Quatter- telrlo* at Asbury Park, Augusta, Columbia

home yesterday afternoon.Miss Collins and Foieman G. II. Fulke (of the dispensed twenty-six half bairels of the Jennie Miller, Melbourne, and Fannie man, of Canaveral, Archdeacon B. F. Leadley and other places. Thotablo

Clare Advocatf) started last Saturday evening celebrated Anheuser-Busch beer to the Gray, Titusvllle. Two colored teachers Brown officiating. Mia* Marie Quarter- service of the Travelers I* excellent
been at'lege
Miller, who has from here In the yacht Yankee soldiers. were also examined: Misses Annie man acted a* bridesmaid, and Sir. Lannle and for a two-dollur-a-day house

'w at Richmond, Canada, for a year Doodle with the intention of going over Warren, Mlms, and Ellsa J Powell, Quarterman a* boat man. The bride cannot be *ui passed In the South.
returned to Titusvllle on Mondny, to the beach to spend a couple of days Hardeevllle. by her mother. Mrs. O.Quarterman. .
.''en to the joy of her mother Mrs. J. etc wa* given away J. IH Price of Hotel Ormond,
turtle hunting, bathing, fishing, Hoard of Trade. The bride and bridesmaid Manager ,
Miller, who has been anxiously await'her but they did not get farther than the looked quite charming In dresses of white accompanied by hi* wife and little son,
arrival. Mr. Wm. M. Brown to the shallowness Florida Weather In May. will leavn for the New Mount Ploasant
Haulover canal owing sweet with
''Wly escorted The regular meeting of the aboveBoard tulle, the former looking very White Mountains N. II. tomorrow
this young lady to Tltua"elroru water. The party returned to House, ,
of the bridal veil. There were quite a
her
In Titusvllle
New York town the following day, disappointed In took pi.ice at their rooms The attendance Observer J. W. Cronk, of the weather number of people In church to witness Saturday. Mr. Price ha* been quite
destination, but on on Wednesday evening. bureau office stationed at Jupiter In his busy since the above hotel closed, attending
their ,
-Mr. and Mrs. not reaching the Among those In the wedding
A. II. Smith wealthy it should ceremony.
was not so large ns tho of the roof eto. Mr.
al and the whole the outing was much enjoyed. monthly meteorological summary for noticed: Bfrs. G. Quarter- to painting ,
prominent residents of Enon, been of the members remaining party we Ills
have many preceded
May, 18118, recently to hand, says that and Mr W W, John Anderson ( partner)
nave keen welcome visitors toonda particularly desired to for business and other reasons.Mr. man and son, Mr. tho
' Mothers are away him time and I* now at
tho temperature recorded for the month some ago,
durlpg the past twenty winters read the advt. entitled "Baby Sweet," on li. C. Scrlmgeour was voted to the was 01 degrees and the lowest 01 degree*; Chandler and Mrs. Hoeck. After the Mount Pleasant Houso, which I* a beautiful Si
i writes the Advocate that they Issue it is one absence of the wedding, the above party repaired to
our 4th page, of this ns chair in the president, total precipitation 1.1.1 inches the building, located on the edge of thogroat
returned home where they them, and took his usual ; prevailing the Fischer cottage to partake 'if substantial
'\VU8t which will certainly Interest and Mr. J. G. Bast place direction of wind east, with a White Mountain Plateau, at tho
"M their farm Including 400 acres of from which they may deiive some profit."Baby as secretary. After discussing several refreshments. May they have along northern entrance to the main of
maximum velocity of 27 miles hour. pass
"". '-looking In fine condition. Mr.w Sweet" Is a mixture calculated to matteis of interest, the Board adjourned. The mean an for May life of happiness Is the wish of the the mountains, the "Crawford Notch."
Mrs. Smith the best and Is prepared average temperature Advocate and their many Indian and
' generally spend lessen baby's troubles, during the last eleven year* was 70 degrees friends. Tbe famous peaks of the White Hill* encircle
"* 'the winter at the East Coast re- by Dr. Samuel Eden, a prominent Brooklyn FOURTH OF JULY.At and the average precipitation 0.08 Banana rlrer / It, and their crystal springs and

They were guests of trieIndianJ (N. Y.) physician, who is also well Inches; so It will be seen that In the stream* and glorious atmosphere bring

J hotel, Titusvllle, a day or so, onelr and favorably known in Florida, having matter of rain last month was considerably Cnjuet Tasstlou and Monopolize.U3JM health and gladness to Its guests, who
w y to Rockledge, last winter.TMf spent five winters in our state. Dr. a meeting held at the Board of behind the average, and had also crowd this line hotel during the summer

J. Eden Is a practicing physician of 23 Trade rooms, Titusvllle, on Monday the lowest amount recorded for many Writing us from Kansas City, Mo one season. The New Mount Pleasant

"? Peters- Barcellos has who, with Mr. years good and regular standing, and night, it was decided to celebrate the years, the next lowest being that in 18UV, of-our subscriber* says: "War I* the House will open on Saturday, July 2nd.
,inienln met with much success previous to that time was a druggist and above occasion with- bicycle races, gun when only 2.30 Inches of rain fell during main topio here. Included In our 70000,000 ,- I
? on Indian River during the chemist for U years. We heartily recommend shoot, barbecue, fireworks, etc., and to population, we have more people Hotel Coqulna, Ormond-by-the-sea, *
t twelve moSths, told an Advocatk him to the people of Florida give the visitors a general alt-round May. __ suffering from unjust tsxutlon and monopolies winning golden opinion* under tbe new

Putative that while with Mr. Fet- and other states throughout the Union good time. Over 9201) haa been subscribed School Itoard Proceeding*. than' the entire population ofCuba. management, and those who once stop
d Tead tho and and there will bo sure to go again, for Mr*.
? pink paper, Advocate circulates, towards defraying the expenses Let for them."
m where the us legislate
"g all the weeklies published on the will "Baby Sweet' atrial. of the occasion. M. Vance, the leasee, and .Mr. and Mrs.
fr Coast he considered It the best.Z trust mothers give The following are the committees: The Board at Its sessions on the fith Duncan, her 'able assistants, do all In

: "I m now going on a trip totJDIille' _____ Bicycle races and parade: H. D. Gelger, and 7th Inst., audited the treasurer's report A SAFE gasoline or Blue Flame oil their power to pleasa their guest*. Tho
for Including balance stove; come see tbem, hereon cloth. In fine condition for riding,
New. York, Brooklyn and Willis Goldsmith, Julian Wilson. May. Receipts, beach I* now
Z *bit be'or* 1 Jeava I wish to pay WHETHER ITS DEWEY OR HOBSON Gun shoot: L. A. Brady, D. B. Prit- on hand May 1st, amounted to Furniture Store, Titusvllle, Fla. driving or bicycling, and the surfbathIngl -

!? becom subscriber to the we are showing a fine line of ladles chard, W. B. Waddell. 0701.83. superb. Many large catches offish

v/AT5* l *Pect to return South'Hn irentlemen's and children's shoes. Fireworks* Wm. M. Brownf* S. F.Oray The expenditures for the month were Dogs, Cat a niwl Chicken* for are being made, and the excitement
the Fall, but don't fail to send Gardner 4 Walker.A Maurice Walsh. Teacher*' salaries 340 00 on the beach hunting turtle* and egg*

'""papet during my absence, as Ianf. Baseball: C. R. Stewart, M. S. Jones, boot's, salary 75 00 Hale. I* considerable. Night after night,

. MP Posted on the. last Coast Opportunity. II. LaRousselliere. S. r. Gtbbs, mem. board 1.1 00 parties go In carriage*, on bicycles ami

Kare Music and dance: W. E. Youngs, R.E. J. 8. Snowden, mem. board 400 All kinds, ages, sizes, and trained and horseback to search for turtle nests; and
BrevardCo.. S Bank . 1104 the many iovlal parties' who left Hotel
plantation Minis, Xen. Best.Refreshments untrained. Send stamp to James Bettls,
For sale the Cliffdale pineapple : !''. A. Losley, W. R. G. W. Moton, repair* 438 Winchester, III., stating kind wanted.MiiIch Coqulna last week In quest of eggs,
Take Comfort at'Eden. on Indian WW. C. W. Crabb. American Book Co., bal sect, , 84 M came back loaded. Among those who
Knox
sistlnsr of ten acres of land, all cleared : John Henry, G. F.Daren, J.O. J. II. Sams, Incidental exp. acct, 10 00 discovered turtle nests on Sunday night

Jr c*,IMn h r nd buying a pair of and planted mostly with K 18P.n.hvarletv dwelling .Sports Walton. Advocate, stationery . 223 tor Hale. last were Dr. and Mrs. F. II. Houghton.

till .1* boe"We haveooth ladles* of pines; good new Transportation: A. W. Bale, F. W. Turtle egg mufllns, omelets and other

..utleInea' lrK arlotles, atT house all modern \honse"i Miller, L. C. Brannlng. $ Mule team; tbe owner having no further articles ot diet are now In order to tempt

Jif large and convenient packing railroad for Reception: Jndge M.S. Jones, Geo.M. Several Utters relating to appointment use for thro, price $Z0, cost lit the epicure. Tbe horse car will meet

the children either, for we have and station Address on Robbins, Col. D. L. Gaaldeo, M. of teachers were read, and laid two years ago. all train* after the 13th Instant, and.
"nat they want. shipping on the ground Goldsmith, Dr. B. R. Wilson, Dr. A. A. over until next meeting for consideration. Apply to, Mas. Schnell.IIob Saturday night dances will soon continence

Julius Kline, Eden, Fla. Stewart, Dr. S. W. Carroll, A. Brady. The grading committee wa* appointed. Sound, Fla. at the above hostelry.

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INDIAN.RIVER ADVOCATE, JUNE 10, 1898.BABY'S .

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steamer, St. Sebastian, at Indianola, gators, ten dead cows (I mean we saw ANGLO-AMERICAN BANQUET
CMOOTH FAIR SKIN
about March 15th, Capt Joe Smith In their skeletons), and in every case by the

command, and went to Lake Worth. We old 'gator holes, where they once bad London*June 3. A most unique and

A Grateful Mother Writes thl Letter- had a fine time; there Were a good many gotten water; tbey looked and looked significant as well as one of the most

Tell* ell about Her Troubles when people on the boat, aod I could not help in vain for it nntil they perished. We enthusiastic banquets ever given in London
Daby Broke out with Sorofula Sores."At noticing bow eager they were to see a saw twenty-five skeletons of 'gators in was the Anglo-American banquet, G-iocciics, lE x-LxIt su=L
the ago of two ir/onthe, my baby boor little lone flock of ducks. Some one place, ranging from one to thirteen given tills evening at the Hotel Cecil. 131Jaol3g.f30iivlllo and 133 Eaat B y Street and 6 and 8 New nan Street,
had In their feet. Six hundred Britons and Americans assembled
some fishing poles
began to have sores break out on b la right guns, o iac
check. We used all the external application baggage. As the boat neared Pelican This Is what we did not see: Ducks, fraternally, the purpose of the

that we could thlDk or hear of, Island wa saw a few pelicans. We stood sandhill cranes, or, in fact, birds of any entertainment being tbe promotion of FRUIT HOUSES IN
THE OLDEST THE
to no avail. The sores spread all over one on the bow of the boat going through kind, except now and then a blackbird good fellowship between kindred races. ONE OF CIT

side of hls'face. We consulted a phyticlanRud the Narrows, where I used to see thousands or a king bird. I do not think I saw a Englishmen, many of whom bad expeilenced -
tried his medicine,end Ins week of Ash jumping to'get'out of the dozen In all ; why ? No water. American hospitality, were the We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and CowpJ

the soro was gone. But to my surprise In way; and down near Jupiter, on the One thing that took me on this trip hosts, while resident Americans were guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full trial line and of Hay, will Grain be and Feed. >\e 'J
Give us a
two weeks more snother scrofulous look* and Vegetables. you pleased.
flats, where there were so many to be was to see about investing money incattle. the guests. Political, business, and literary your Oranges
Ins so.e appeared on baby's arm. It
grew worse and worse,and when be was seen in the shallow water. Wbeie are The cattle range on Merritt'e circles were well lepresented, but MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
three months old, I began giving him they now f Island, the same as in other places in tbe purpose of making tbe affair spontaneous

Hood's Sarsaparllla. I also took Hood's In the far distance we saw the St. An, Florida, Is ipolled, except for men who and a wholly unofficial celebration

rJarsaparllls, and before the first bottle gustlne and watched her ooming up, for have meant to put down artesian wells. excluded the Embassy.

was finished, the sores were well end have we bad nothing else to do. But what of Four years ago men on the Indian River American and British flags were DEALERS IN

never returned. He is now fouryearsold, her? Tliat was not what we were(looking did not come to me to borrow money. draped over the tables, at which were ;
but he has never had sny sign of those for, we see steamboats by the hundreds How many have come to me this year ? both men and women, with "the flag of jU Xxxo "Wines .cmci X ica.u.ord

scrofulous sores slnoe he wss cured byHood's in the north.It Too many. How glad I would 'be to the future," the Union Jack and the 411, 410 VT. Bay St.,

Hsrsspsrills, for whloh I feel very was a novelty for a while to go help them all out, and how easy It(could Stars and Stripes, blended on coats ofarms.
health JACKSONVILLE
his
grateful. My boy owes good FUBlCIt
the canal but tired.We be done All buttons emblazoned
through were soon nov, wore
med
and smooth, fair skin to this great WINES
icine." Mrs. S. S. Wroten, Farming- had a good time at the hotels at The freeze could not be helped, neither with the two flags suimounting the thy blood. Don't create make good the ,nilnuk.rich h

ton, Delaware. Qet only Hood's. Lake Worth. We went to Miami and saw could the dry weather. But the people Canadian beaver. buying It sa.ur Is poor wlrie bream*
cheap. nut. It has a
eltlelmit and a mammoth hotel and fine grounds that all over Florida, especially those along greeable effect upon the mtein nantv., V ij
riOOUS nut sr easy prompt tii eltect. Wimits. have been made In two years. What of the Indian River or back from It, can The merit of Hood's SarsaparlllaIs gives good wine you ia that really pulled not expermhe UiLtllier 1

them ? We can see thorn in the north.We raise all the money tbey wish, pay it litterally wiitten in blood.It satisfied feeling *
is traced in the vital fluid fSTMemtki a Specialty of North
lilrod a launch, went up the river back and still have plenty of means. Of millions of the human race. una Mountain Dew Corn \Willey i Ci

LOOKING BACKWARD.A and caught one'lit tie lone mackerel. We How ? I will tell you. Wait a minute Its positive medicinal merit years 1 artlea old, t2.ow living per In gallon Dry To m m
saw Flagler, Plant and their party and listen. My son, our wives and I And curative power is written well to order from us, as we can i
Grnphlo anil Interesting Description of come from Nassau. What of that ? We have been born in this world lovers of Upon the hearts, and graven upon tliera 60 per cent,on all orders.
The minds of thousands KjrAlwsys send money with orti
Indian Itlver It was Some Yuan Ago. have seen them before. On our return wild scenery and the love to hunt for it.We Of people whom it has cured Wo suitable will Jacksonville not open new reference accounts on,

borne we saw on the boat two little deer love all kinds of game, to have and And given good health No Goods sent C.O. D to Dry la Towi mi
(For the Indian River Adtorate.) and they took on two pelicans near the pet them. We love horses and all kinds When there seemed nothing before Agent for Indianopnlis Brewing i
Brewers and Bottlers, lndianajioln, l
What I saw eight years, four years Island. Where were they going f of animals, to see and care for them. It Tbem but darkness and despair.It .
cures all diseases arising Hercules Malt Tonic, 2 28 per case( Clayton & Itussell "Wild Cherry Brandy, 14 50 per cu*.
ago, and last Tuesday and Wednesday, Instead of having pompano for the people baa cost us thousands of dollars, because From or promoted by Impure
reminds me of a novel called "LookingBack on board to eat, they had some other we were born so. We bave been nearly Blood by its intrinsic merit as

/' Hut this Is no novel, but the fish. It used to be the pride of the boat all over the United States, from Main* The One True Blood Purifier. JACKSONVILLE
SAW AND PLANING MILLS, YARD,
plain, nuked truth. to have pompano on the .table every to Mexico, and from the Atlantic to the Pnlatkav, Fin. E. Bay St., Foot of CatberlJ
Eight yeais ago my son and I came tosoo meal. Where are they ? At Indianola. Pacific, to see the country and the game GOOD ROADS MEETING.wern .

the Indian Itlvor. Wo boarded the Four years ago I was Invited to go In it. We have been on the Rocky WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY

steamer bt. Sebastian, which was then with the cowboys to round up their cat Mountains, on the plains, bave shot the Tbe Florida Good Roads Association ,

la command of Capt. S. A. Bravo, on the tle. What did I see ? Seven deer the buffalo and chased and shot the antelope; will convene In annual session In Jacksonville Manufactuteis of

second tilp ahe had ever made on the first day. Plenty of signs of bear, sand fished In the streams of the Kennedy on Wednesday, June 15, 1808.

river, W fell In tlio hands of Hon. M. hill cranes, majors by the dozen, while and the famous trout streams of Telia, Every citizen of Florida who is Interested and Lath
8. Jones, who was on the boat, Capt. and blue spotted cranes, blue herons, under the Pacific Slope. My son, last in the growth and development of : Cypress Lumber, Shingles, *

Jim Paine met us at the Narrows, and plume birds, hundreds of gatois, ducks fall, killed, do doubt, the largest moose the State Is earnestly Invited to be present
Capt. 11. P. Dye entertained us at Lake and quail. It was a pleasing sight. The that has ever been taken out of the and to give the widest possible A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingli

Woith.In cattle weie all over the Island and In state of Maine. Why did be go theie ? publicity to this call. lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypnmouldings

our party was a gentleman employed fine order, You all know the Merrltts To shoot a moose. Why were they Every effort should be put foith to secure of all patterns a specialty.

by Haiper's Weekly, and one Island beet brings more than any other there ? The laws protect them. You a large attendance fiom all parts oftbe When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see in.

from the llulfalo Courier, of Buffalo, In Florida, on account of their pasture, have but a thort time to hunt, about State.

X. Y., taking photographs for their and the cattlo can get plenty of water! stx weeks, and then It Is so cold no one The subject Is worthy of our best efforts

papers. On our way back Judge Jones Where did they get it ? Out of the can stand it sny longer. There is a fine as good roads increase the value of

entertained us at his place, and Cnpt.1'atno'ii. gator holes. They had the instinct ,to of one thotiHnnd dollars and stx months property, beautifies our State, increases THE SOUTHERN FUEL & SUPPLY Companj

The judge took my Hon out on locate the water and locate themselves In juil to kill a cow moose and the same our resources, decreases taxation, and

his cattle ranch, hunting. In it. penalty for killing more than one male.la advances every financial, moial and humane

This Is what we saw on the trip: The WHAT I SAW LAST Tl'ESDAY AND Newfoundland you have to pay a interest. Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,
Indian Hlvoi In A| rll Is so coveted with WEDNESDAY. game warden or authorities one hundred The meeting will be called to order at

wild ducks that they would only part to The same two cowboys that Invited dollars to kHl a moose.I 10 a. m., at the Jacksonville Board of
Yitrified and Sidewalk Brick.
let the bout pass. Through the Narrows me four years ago to goi with them. Invited was Invited List fall to go toNoitb Trade rooms. Paving

as the boat camu to them, we saw me again. They bad, as they supposed Caiollna to shoot geese, The Placide hotel (near the Board of

thousauds of Huh; shaik, sea bass, trout, a fow head of cattle left up there, swan and ducks. We drove from Virginia Trade rooms) has made a rate of $1.73 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.i Telephone 2>

cavalll, aud occasionally a pompano and they bud seen signs of a bear when beach tlility miles, aod every foot per day, and has been selected as head
skipping the water like a deer. On the they were np befoie. Wo were a party of that countiy wiv leased by clubs. quarters. J. K. MUNNERLYN, General 3Iao Rer8S7

banks of the river we saw alligators and of four Messrs. Nlsbet and MIor, my The Swan Island club costs ten thousand The railroads have made a rate of one

coons. I stood on the bow of the boat son and myself with a pair of good dollaisto join and at that pi Ice they and one-fourth fares for the round trip
I Invito yonr Attention to iny Complete Stock of
for houis, to see the Hah, ducks and hounds. Saddling the horses early, we will take no moie. No one can get in to Jacksonville and return, selling June

other birds. Pelicans by the hundreds, rode hard until aftor the sun had begun now unless some member dies. Two 14th; tickets limited to June 17th for -* HARDWARE AND CROCKERY *
cranos, majois, heious and plumed birds.Oh to sink low in the west. Our horses and bundled miles below that is the same return. J. W. White,

I It was a giand sight i dogs had had no water since we left the kind of laud, all leased only for hunting.Tbe Corresponding Secretary.
Years ago I had been from one end of settlement. Where we expected to find game lsw Is the same all over the Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware,Gra
1 tew are doors sash and blinds and Builders' Hardware coolers ice crea
water ,
the St. Johns liver to the other with water In tlie 'gator holes, the 'gators country. Alllandsof any account Dents the Klondike.Mr. .
freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves. Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, Harden too
Captain Bravo, aod he had shown mealllgatois gone nnd we found none. We aawl loased by thepiopeity owneiH at a big A. C. Thomas, of Marysvllle, Tex., plows and hairows, paints and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry nettle
by the thousands, some plumed many skeletons and at last fouiid where I price only for the privilege of hunting has found a more valuable dlscoveiy and barbed wire,

birds and ducks. Told me lies by the a'gator Lad once lived; so Mr. Nlsbet and fishing. The city people ate ciazyto than has yet been made in the Klondike. Harrison Bros' Ready Mixed. Paints..Please .
mile. Ho showed me the humpback'gator said he would get off and try to find get away fur an outing, and they aie Foi years he suffered untold agony from
consumption, accompanied by hemorrhages "YVrite me for Prices. I respectfully sollrit; r
that had Its story, which was water, and we would camp there, but willing to join hunting or fishing clubs ; and was absolutely cuied by Dr. tloniof your patronage. Mail Orders given Prompt and Caprices Attention, and inquirta !
told by the captain, much to the amusement we could go up around the hammock and will pay for It.If King's New Discovery for consumption, answered promptly.
of passengers. and seo if we could find a bear. We this river, if Florida was protected eoughs and colds. lie declares that gold IVC. GrllUBEIl.

When I boardod the Sebastian atTitusvllle found neither bear nor cattle, and did this would be the most valuable land In Is 6f little value In comparison with this West Palm Beach, Fli
maivelous would have it
I clmtmed and I will tell not get book to until after daik. cure; even if
was camp the woild. Why ? Because we have it coat a bundled dollars a bottle. Asthma
you bow much it cost to see tlioso acres Water had been found by digging six the climate, tlie best in the world, and bronciiitis and all throat and lung

of wild ducks,, the beautiful scenery, the feet. Luckily we had carried a spado. comes at the right time. In the north affections fare pox!11 vol v cured by Dr.

woudoiful mangiove tiuea, with their The horsos weie saddled early next in tho winter the people must get out ofIt Trial King's bottles New Dlscoveiy free at K. S.for Chaffee's consumption. Magnolia Grocery....

roots running from the limbs to the morning, and that day we saw a half- and they like to see these things; if store. ReguUr size 50 cts and $1. drug

ground, the lovely plncupplo plantation grown deer but no bear, two small aliiLsvs they cannot got them they are satisfied Guaranteed to cure or pi Ice tefunded. H..A. HENRY, Proj
of Capt. Richard* at Eden (tho only one just to see them. Wholesale and .Retail Dealer in

on Indian Itlver of note at that time), Protect and give them
your game a
Doa't Toliareo
Spit anil Smoke lour Life Away.To STAPLE
the bundled* of magnificent orange rest for five years and as soon as that quit tobacco easily and forever,be mair AND FANCY GROCERIES.-
groves, especially those belonging toCapt. law is passed I can rent your land. You natlo. full of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To-

May, of llockledge, Capt. Shaipo, could have the use of it the same as now.I strong.Duo,tbe All wonder-worker druggists.Wo, that or (maket t. Cure weak guaran men Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please you

of bharpee, and to Dixon llaideo, Hatch could form clubs In this country the teed nook let and simple free. Address 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Stieets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
and many others. I remember Capt. same as others. You could borrow Sterling Kemedy Co., Chicago or New York. Telephone Xo. 255.Malarlon .

White gave me a bag of guavas to take money and pay it from the rent. Suppose
back with me. I had never seen, hoard the same club would like you to It Is said thtt one of the most extraordinary

of, or smellcd any before, but I heard of nee to It and keep them when they come things about frog-music Is the
them after that from the passengeis, and down. fact that the frog keeps his mouth JOB PRIUTTITC

smelled them all the time until I met The flock of ducks that I saw in Titusvllle closed when be is singing.

my people at Lake Helen Junction, and eight years ago and what I saw OF ALL- KINDS
they made me throw them away. going down the Indian Klver has caused la endorsed by best Physicians Executed at theADVOCATE

Four years ago I went down on a boat that Attn*. me to spend over fifteen thousand dollars and guaranteed to Cure Chills, Fever and
with a party of friends to Lake Worth; "Love finds.la not" lot*that liter* when It alterarJeai on the banks of the Indian River Ague. All druggists or from Moffit- PRINTING OFFICE.IJTHIA .

and I had nearly as pleasant a trip asbefore. That ia one of the euhlimeat lines la all at Indianola. West Drug Ca, be Louis.To .
literature. It lit the Anal definition of love
by the world's greatest reader of the human Men, women and children I beg you lluckleii's Arnica Salve.
Two years ago I went down on the mind, Shakespeare. Nearly all women all to protect your game fish, alligators Taka Ouwareu Car* Constipation forever.
Cundv
Cutlmrtlo. lOo He. !
or
who truly lovt. love in thia sublime WAR
same boat, but the scenery had changed; Men seldom do.Woman's way. birds and every wild living thing 11UC.C. fail to cure,druggists refund mouufALKX The best Salve In the world for cuts,
the frost, gamester, and fisherman had most glorious endowment Is that Florida supports. Put In men that bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
all been there. I returned home and the power to awaken and hold the pure sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains
wilt look It In the face
squsrely ; men corng and all w&icb"
and honest love of worthy man. When illAB. ERJiEST TAYLOR. skin eruptions, and posil "We have just made arranfrenients by
with a party of people took a sail' boat she loses it and still loves on, no one in that are not afraid to act; put In wardens lively cures Piles, or no pay required. obtain control of a special edition of
and made the trip to Jupiter. We went the wide world can know the heart ajronyahe who will work without pay only the NEAR & TAYLOR It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac ATLAS
endures. The woman who suffers tion CRAMS BIG WAR ,
from there to Lake Worth on the old from weakness and derangement of her actual coat; put your wardens at sucb box. m'money refunded. Price 25c. per
band-car. I hired the mall-boat that apecial womanly organism soon loses the places that they will know what is going (Successors to John McAllister.) For sale by F. S. Chaffee & Co. THE BEST BOOK OF ITS KIND
power to sway the heart of a man. Her
ran to Lantana to take me up the canal.I general health suffers and she loaea her on. Artesian Well Contractors Renoir la Blood Deep. It Is Juat what yon want and all you * *;
saw 'gators and all kinds of game. I rood looks, her attractiveness, her amia There is not lover of hunting but Clean blood means a clean akin V follow the movement* of our fleets and our l"*"r'

returned to Lake Worth and thence toIndianola bility and. Dr.her R V.power Pierce and, of prestige Buffalo. N aa Y.awoman. what will help support this If they look EAU GALL1E, FLA. beauty tic clean wuhout blood it. CascareU, Catha SUM lea. It inches contains and 16 HxloH pa ea Incline of lance in could color site. *o nK"
reaching there with the assistance of hia yonr and keep l m hvea all territory where a conflict po
ou Saturday; staff of able phy at It right.If ecur. '
got my railroad tickets extended, and on of sicians women., has prescribed He has devised for many a perfect thousand and* you do not set and act quick, Florida SPRINGS. OA.SWEETWATER from Mr T COMPLETE STATISTICS.
Monday again went to Lake Worth. At scientific for will be of .
remedy women's ailments. It a thing tbe past.I Naval and military,and history ol'all gJJ
Lantana my wife and I took a mule is known as Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescrl r. have deer, squirrels, otters, coons, tries and possessions involved, all tse o
It ia a positive specific for all weal PARK HOTEL.Lltnia documents,etc,etc.It .
team and drove to Blacayne Bay. We Besses, diseases, disorders, displacements.tion. 'gators and plenty of animals on myplace.
Borings, Near Atlanta
saw game, 'gators, and a panther that irregularities, tnd debilitating drains peenhar I have never shot even a deer In ,Ga. Answers all War Questions,
to women. It purifies, regulates, Florida and New York sleepers nam our door. The
was killed not over a mile from our strengthens and heals. Medicine dealers Florida, they will do for me just to look Hotel Ofiena Feb. IS. Too most healthful loca average length of human life in Settles all War Arguments.
camp that night. The fishing was great.We sell it, and ae honest dealer will advise at and the pleasure of seeing others look tion la or the infectious South diseases Never any, or cases seen of malaria ennta5tons the sixteenth century was only 18 to 20
stayed at New River with the Indians yon make to a little accept lirger a substitute profit. that be may at them, for they expect to see them the place to spend tbe spring;months without years. Strictly Up to Date.
risk. Not cold
as aa mountain resorts,
nor .1 tai
a week. We bad a fine trip; Lake "I was aJSicted with kidney trouble and I when they come to Florida. too warm to be safe. Rooma with both antes Even if you have another Atlas, Ton -' -
fern always bad s torpid three. write* Mr*. X. and steam heat, etertrte lights, private bath No Cure Xo oim> to keen posted. taller thia special TLmi
Worth and West Lake Worth were on aboom. CrosswhMofl>uS .a,strath Co.Texas. "Wheal You can count on me to help protect and toilets, hot and eoM ruuninar water. Sun* Pay.u huts we will send copies l'< t *uHi3r *
I commenced your medicine I wa* not sale to the game with both time and money. parlors and Klaaa-lnelosed porches, stop over That ih* JL7 druggists with four Issues of onr prbfosely *
stand on say tret. I e.ed one bottle ** Or Who will see me and go me one better? prtTlleires. Mlotat cost Sauajwo. All kinds of eomlo paper 'Up To Date." > !
WHAT VI SAW THIS TEAR.My fierce'* aav rUe Prescription and aVre vtala of medicinal bath* and tho atmngest Uthla or silver. Address
him Pleasant relict*.* f am now wen. I had Kb. O. Z. Hixx, known for rswamatlsas, kidney and blad.ler water f, 9JU!* *Ja Fever. It
son and I with our wlvea and wa*walked ia four months when I -- -- .im
a the treatment; Set in ken day* I Indianola, Fla.or SIS to rt I & wSiJr'T! cEM fi5 r id itiMtef, : UP TO DATE
of friends boarded "
the
party same walk rmjwten. Scranton, Pa. Blake,Taaa of PatjhrbuUa and M 1W..ado. it to bitter, iSSml tJ 'lonon Bldo., CHICAGO.



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ROBBIICS. Waltik S.Ou bam.Bobbins naving by dint of rigid economy, and tVas Copied from the Hrttleh at the Manufacturers of
tf. the Time of the Revolution.RrljrailtrrUenenl .
patronage of kind
a gbaham, our constituents,
been enabled to renew our overalls and May Kuniin. >. Xoruian Lleber, In the Yellow Pine Lumber

attornets-at-law, purchase a brand-new Oc. straw, a 25c.chitnese When a man enters the army, be does MANIER & LANE MUSIC CO.ConoYer ,

and OOo. congress gaiters, we not lose his civil lights; but he adds to HOt'llII DRESSED,

trotted "shanks' mare" out the other them the obligations of the military Orance Hoi llende, *

TmJ vn.LK, Brevard Co., Florida. morning to show our citizens that although status. His civil rights do not aftuct Fruit Vegetable Crate*.

' iiouo In >a oourta-state and fed we still had one foot in the poorhouse this status. Trial by jury, with all it I.miilier delivered at any part of Indian River
wo were bound to dress well and on through bill of ladlnir. Anyone nontemplatIntf -
implies, does not -protect him in the tHilliiiniron the ICant Cnaaf,would do well to
jLclal fseiiitlee tor examining and perfected go bare-foot no longer. The first halt Fischer Kingsbury Frankiln write fir priooe.. Tbe ttawntlll Is atttiateit on the
title.. we made was at the postoffice, where we army. Within It. he Is subject to Ha J.,T. K. W. Ky., mlloa south of falatka.SntMiinia .
despotic law alone. sustains
called to refute the base allegation that this. History 1 lights, Putnam co., Fla.

GfOB S. JONES, It was oor custom to lick off the postage PIANOSCHICAGO
M Our military system was copied from *
from NATIONAL := =_.=-
stamps our duns and circulars and
ATTORNETATLAW.XITUSVILM the British system at the time of the
use the rehabilitated goods again. Turning Revolution; and we appropriated, together Home-Seekers

BBEYABD CO., FLA about and halting in front of the with it, its history and common COTTAGE ORGANS

church, our conscience told us that It law REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
Judge of Brevard County.D. so far as these were applicable to
County was almost as wicked to use secondhand our political system. If independence Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms.
postage stamps it is for the sliverene
as was a feature of the British system, and
GAULDEN democrats to endeavor to Exchanging Property for Property a
chop
J* was not antagonistic to our political system
Uncle Sam's dollars in two. Looking we undoubtedly adopted it. That Write for.Catalogues.MANIER. Specialty, Send Description of what
ATTORNET-AT-LAW, across the street you have, and what you want.MALABAR .
we were pleased to
it was a feature of the British system, A LANK MUSIC COMPANY,
viu nnotice In 11 the Court* of tbe State notice the clean and.rejuvenated appearance history shows. Indian River, FLORIDA.C. .
riorliU,ud tbe Cntted States Courts.f.0.Bo 34 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
tf of the Dr. Sams that L. P.
,238. TITC8VHXK, FLA. grove, The military system of Kngland came C. CARROLL,
Money to Loan. 18 Allen recently purchased. Into existence iu 10SI>. Before then, no Real Estate Agent.
Turning the corner, we beheld the government for a standing army in time

lonesome buildings and grassy 'but still of peace had been provided by statute;
GOLDSMITH, Choice . .
M. flourishing grove of Dick LaRoche, who nor did the common law give the sovereign

went to South Carolina a few months power to control his troops. Indeed Wines,Liquors *r

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ago, thinking to better his fortune, but there had been no standing army . and Cigars.

like many other Floridians, will soon return before the Restoration of Charles II. Georgia Southern and Florida Railway.5irvj Guaranteed Pure.
.
TOusville, Florida.r to the best all-round stato, a wiser Soon after the Restoration an act ofParliameut Sold at rod need

man. was passed, declaring prices

Next we see one of II. J. Tiffin's promising that "the sole and supremo power, Tin ported
WEBB
J. iaOo llivcr Itoulo t o X loi'ltlii.
young groves, from which twenty government, command and disposition of Tokny Wine,

ATTORNEY-AT-L AW, boxes of oranges and IM-bbls. of shlppabio the militia, and of all forces by sea and from Italy,

Will practice ia the Courts of the 7thCircuit. Irish potatoes were marketed the land, and of nil forts and places of From Paliitka to Atlanta John B. Togni ,

past season. Then we passed Robert strength Is, and by the laws of England

Melbourne, Florida. LaRoche's fine grove, loaded with oranges ever was, the undoubted right of Ills And Intermediate Points, including Macon, CordeUe, Tlfton, Valdosta, Jasper, Metropolitan Saloon, 12:) East Bay St..

the homolike buildings, shaded Majesty;" and in 1002 Charles II. Issued Lako City, etc. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Wholeaale .

by large oaks, hickories, etc.. Next IsE. certain articles of war, not extending to Take Indian Rivor steamer to Tltusvlllo, conneotlng with the J., T, A K, ''W. and Itetall......

] FRIES, C. E. P. Toucher's grove", which Is being capital punishment, for the government Railway, fur Palatka, or chaugo at East l'alatkit on F. C. R'y.

covered by laths secured,by wire on 10-ft of his guards and garrisons. Notwithstanding The Largost and Most Complete
COUNTY SURVEYOR. Direct Line to Fitzgerald (Soldiers Colony) Yia Tifton.
posts, which is very strong and durable, this, the power of the sovereign Establishment South.H. .

land legally surveyed and sub-divided. costing about $::123.00 per ncre, and as it to exercise military control over D. G HALL, T. P. A., HUGH II. RICHARDSON, Gen. Agt,

Mapping neatly done. Estimates for will last at least ten years, It will pay.He his troops in England in time of peace, 12 Kimball, Atlanta, Ga. 7 Hogan St., Jacksonville.U. .
intends to plant pineapples between by virtue of the prerogative, was not B. RHODES, Soliciting Pass. Agt, Maoon, Ga.J. .
ill kinds of engineering works. Disputed LANE, O. A. MaoDONALD,
the trees. Adjoining is Frank LaRoche's recognized; and therefore, when, under
Gen'l Superintendent. Gon'l Pussungor Agt.
lines a specialty.TirtrsviiXE vigorous grove, from which ho William and Mary, tbe standing army

Brevard Co., Florida. sold 70 boxes last season. beenme an established part of the political

Next is situated Mr. Tiffin's old grove system, it became necessary to provide FISH COMMISSION HIT HARD.

from which was shipped 300 boxes of oranges for its government. This was done Shaving Parlor.

E. FOSTER, this season, and there are now several by the mutiny act of 10S0 at first In avery While the war has caused a cessation i

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW hundred young trees full of fnrlt. Imperfect way, but subsequently, in nearly nil brandies o( public work

After taking In water at the next farm from year to year, more thoroughly, until not direetly connected with military

Rooms 420 & 423, Gardner Building, we proceeded to Inspect M. S. Sams' revenue that system was formed which we matters, It has hit the Fish Commission

Jacksonville, Florida.TTa. producers, which consist of a fine, took from Euglaud. particularly hard. The Commission's

largo orange grove, from which he shipped i- steamers have been turned over to the

Scott. Gordon R. Broome, several hundred boxes last season, FOR HEALTH AND REVENGE Navy Department, and Its work in all MANUFACTURERS OF

and five acres of pineapples, the greater lines, excopt In interior soctlons, has

PCOTT A BROOME, portion of which are .heavily fruiting; We.were pledged to driver the Span- been practically stopped. This condition Doors, Sash, Blinds,

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, also cutting guavas, bananas, penches lards out of Cuba that we might feed of affairs has caused the Indefinite

(over Bank) and several other kinds of fruit, and the starving people, and set up Gomez postponement of the proposed survey Moulding & Building Material.Olllce .

whose whole place shows the effects of et. al. in the republic business. At the of the sponge ''waters of Florida.

iliami, Florida.'EORGE his patient industry. end of live weeks we havo not iandotl a The Commission had about completed A Warerooms Cannon Street.Charleston, King., opposite

Being limb-weary, we dropped down single soldier nor a pound of provisions Its plans for this Important work when

/"" under a tall pine and napped, dreaming In Cuba. If the people of the Island the war came on. It was intended to S. C.
W. ALLEN
that a saucy black-bird was picking at were starvlug during the last week Of make a complete survey of the sponge

our door, and singing for cigarettes; we April, as we told an attentive world, fisheries, for the purpose of determining Sash Weights, Cord and
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
arose and How homeward, finding our they must all be dead by this time, and their extent and the possibilities of

'Key West, Florida. dream verified.As there Is, therefore, according to the humanitarlan their enlargement by the propagation S. MEADOR, Hardware.

Will practice In the United States some coupon cutters intimate that notion, no reason why wo of sponges. As soon as It ngaln gets Window and Fancy Glass

and State Courts. 9jun95ry. ostrich, cane, and orange farms are nonproductive should continue the war. tAs possession of Its vessels this work will, Washington Avenue, A BPlSGIAIrV.BO .

we will state a few facts: to thrashing Spain for the benefit however, be prosecuted. The Commission FLORIDA.
-
TITUSVJLLK, -
f. ii. nououTON There are now (J five-weeks old ostriches of Gomez and bis black-and-tan "patrlots now has In preparation a complete YEARS'

that are healthy and as playful as kittens ," the country Is alroady convinced report of the fish* congress held at EXPEItlENCeoc

and as they have outlived the danger that they are a pack of typical Spanish- Tampa last winter. It will comprise avolume

DENTIST. period two weeks, are good safo American frauds, with no more capacity of about three hundred pages,

property, and his 40-acre cane field is in for self-government than so many wild and will bo a valuable addition to tbe

Daytona, Florida.D good condition. Besides shipping over mustangs. literature of fish culture and the fishing

300 boxes of oranges, some pineapples, Hence it is apparent that we are not Industry.

ALPH Irish potatoes and other gardon sass, his fighting for a chance to feed the Cuban Marks
E. SMITH
M. D. DceioNe
millionaire blackbird shipped over a population or to give power to the Cuban Freo 111 Is. . CofveuoMTe Ao.

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.* thousand crates of snap beans, netting guerillas. And so it becomes advisable Bond your address to II. E. Ilucklen ACo. COTTON Anyone aaoartaln aennlns- our a attetnti opinion anil free dtMorlptinn whether may era
said bird was enabled to state truly what we are really free box Comment**.
such huge returns that for us ., Chicago, and get a sample Invention la probably patenttlonaatrtotiyootillitaotll. *
t nts.tenia.
Speciillst llanaormaon *
in Genital, Urinary an Rectal New Life l'ills. A trial SOFT SEINE TWINES.A .i .
to take his entire family to Europe fighting for. of Dr. King's sent free. I/Meet arenof for aeourlne PelFatente .
Diseases. and wed his eldest daughter to Count The fact Is that we have set out to will convince you of their merits. Those PERFECT STURGEON TWINE. nwtlea taken, without thronpyh eharite Munn, ht tbe A Co.tfcUU reoetveQulnhlr
in action and are partlcuarly -
Located at Placide.Hotel, John L. Sullivan, who being a Frenchman drive Spain from the Western Hemisphere Us are effective easy In'the cure of constipation CABLE CORDS amo MACRAMC.E. Scientific Hmcricatt*

Jacksonville of Dutch extraction, expects the because she has maintained a and sick lieadache. For malaria and '
Florida. EMORY JOHNSON. owH. o v. Mem.MOODUS A h ni1armt<
consul to secure them passports nuisance at our doors, and because Spanish liver troubles they havo been proved Invaluable. miirtiitHi of ri* xttantlllrt lounml. TVrni*. 9*
German l4oM brail n w l i l ra.
and after bob-nobbing with treachery sent the Maine and 200 of They are guaranteed to be CONN. fstnrt fnur ninntba. It
for Madrid, deleterious Cjjl.ii.eM New.
Pineapple, Orange and Lemon for ten to the bottom of Havana bay.In perfectly free from every .
the queen regent and her infants her crew substance and to be purely vegetable. '(nee, lt V HC.Washlng-too,D.yM
Land For Sale, Cheap.I days, they intend to pilot her and her brief, we are at war for our health They do not weaken by their action, but THEFISHING

war hulks into Canaveral bightand Invite and for revenge. Exchange.Malarlon by giving tone to the stomach and bowels wvfo. iHr to
Invigorate the Regular GAZETTE
greatly system.
with
have for sale 80 acres of pineapple the botanical queen to take a chatteau.bite la devoid of bitter taata. size 'J.'ie per box. Sold by F. S. ChaiTee, HUHHEB TAMPS T.ww NprHAvtYoii.rixil .

nd on St. Lucie river, a few miles below them at the Haul Hammock Fever acts on the liver druggist. (BSTAOUSIIKO 1SS4.)
Svmmes. Chills find ; *
Farmer Cures 4. IIITtltr Of TIIM WOULD !
Eden, 40 of which being northeast mid regulates the system generally, flSlIRIMEa.
quarter of northeast quarter of section All Druggists. Take a Trip <>> Indian Jtlver.A The onfr weekly pnhlleatlon In the
Deafness Cannot 1>e Cured *vorl.l alevolr.l etrluelvrlr Jn the
J3 township 38, south of range 41 east; Uonnneri-lnl Kleherlee. Kiel, Culture
we other 40 is the northeast quarter by local application, as they cannot Spain Is the home of 1,800 mining steamer leaves Tltusvlllo Tuesday, J' southeast quar er of section 3, reach the diseased portion of the ear. companies, among which are represented Thursday and Saturday ift 3:'P) p. ni. for the orriciAt. organ or tub tradb.A .
Valiietple M <1htm for A4vrtlMra.
township 38, south of range 41 east. There is only one way to cure Deafness,, following products: iron, 1,027; Ht. Lucie River and intermediate landings The risltiNO OAZBTTF. alvee the dslir quolatUine -
The above land can be bought for $10 and that is by constitutional remedies. the connecting at Howell's Point, southbound of the principal Fl h m rltt* of ihrountry.
Per Inttamed condition 4il lead silver, 31. and with and all (be of the n hln> World.II .
acre. It is suitable for pineapple, Deafness is caused by an coal, ; on Wednesday Sunday, l ImJiarwnnahle alike lo the KI HI lie It MAN
to'8' ,emon or lime growing. of the mucous lining of the Eusta- time Roman men wore rings steamer Delia for Palm Reach. ind KIHH UKALKK, Orders aon.pi.d on N. Y.
will? bo this tube gets Inttamed Atone steamer leaves the St. Lucie Mem HA NTH (or prlfe of aubonriptlon WEAK MEM MAD VIGOJIOUC.'otlco .
sold in lots of 40 acres, for chain Tube. When while In Greece the children Returning year, noatpaltl to> tailed
Per acre. imperfect you hearing, and. when it is entirely wore a ring In tbe right ear only.EdarateYou day, arriving at Titosville on Thursday, J.tMt pep. year, ix.alpald to) Korel a

Apply to C. n. Walton, Advocate closed Deafness is the result, and Saturday and Monday, connecting with .apvjaitrlee.Veael fee aantpla eapy.
fflceortoRoblng; | A 0ranom xitusiUe unless the inflammation can be taken out Bowels With Ceeearets. the J., T. A K. W. Railway for Jacksonville AUdr.aaTnia
normal condition forever.I0e,2So. Intermediate points. rtsnitto gazette.
tf this tube restored to its Candy p catnartir eore constipation VrZi and
and bearing will be destroyed forever; IC a a O.fall, dru Blete money.A This is a delightful and cool river trip.A. MAIL, EXPRESS) BU30.,
out of ten are caused by catarrh W. Hun, Supt. JUS BROADWAY.RHW .
nine cases YORK.NOTICE .
. What do you need in the way of which is nothing but an inflamed yatoretMefenea*.

envelopes, note and letter heads, bill condition of the mucous surfaces.We for MMy son, your mother tells me you
psaos, statements cards etc ? One Hundred Dollars Notice.
tags, will give redheaded old thing.
ber m
catarrh) called
"e ha.u be glad to have a share of your any case of Deafness (caused by Catarrh father, and she slapped me for Ktlfrerton O ran ire drove.
"Yes
work. We have a first-class lob depart- that cannot be cured by Hail's Is hereby riven fonr weeks .. e '
e.nt connected with the Advocate, Send for circulars, free.F. It." the tint publication nf thla notice I *. Warde otr Ineenlty end eonaamptloo.
no u Cure. A CO., Toledo, O.32rSold "Well, yon come into the wood abed to the Honorablethat Juriire of the For sale, that beautiful piece of property |fMiat Imooa e worihl ne
will apply
we ask is a ihare of your work. J. CHENEY tom hainti*. It rlelila a eraatar pr>>SU InelatonKealtlva
75c. Jun 3MaUrlon sir." ptfrenlt Court nt the Meventh Jnalolal Clrenlt ofVlorhia. known aa the K ltcett Druggists with me nil .
by willingly do so for Hravaro) raiunty, for a ll "Father, I would of, ami control 41 fiie evA, with A
v"What manatee, take charsa my property rolles south of KockleilRe. pur. w| par boa. or
Tablets beranne a freedealer.MKft. River, a few \> rtttea UaaraatM laCiMMP Ha rwad the
,ami to
Malarlon thing.
With and but for one mean?" BARAH rAYNK.Vott Nice resilience, ffoml wharf, river front, * fainiitpl-i jhIkuiuaj.fr e.rtold astale.by ilrtualate..*A*>ldrrervcu lit.Soli .
for Chills, Fever do you in bearing orange
Guaranteed Cure 00 acres of land, lit acres
SOcents. All sir,* that I consider tbe Incident Pierce, Fla., only.Royaltansy .
desirable Screven
refunded. "Simply, One of the moat by J. D. ,
money nn3-uU drove.
Ague, or closed." New York World.A Jane I, I*!* ] Ten nilnutee'walk
Druggists. as places on tbe Eaat Coast.
from poetofflco am] Y. E. C. Railway -
generally of Iron; > to Creditor". rich land and needs
In Japan coins are hundred years ago native oysters station. Very pills
Slam they are chiefly of porcelain. sold In England at the price of a no fertilizer.
FERRY'SFamous and in were rreoitor*. leicatea*. distributee* anil all Will bear about W) boxes of oranges nEWDifM'uvr.Hr. wrvriirAiL*.
for five.It ALL baring clatma or lemanda a aln tn9aatateet and in three yearatwlll bear
value this
TEACHES the penny year, prtMettd, fiMM| a, wNuity or plrtf"ltMiwlUsTACIun.
Seeds EXPERIENCE Sarsaparilla. It is constantly has been proved, as the result of experiments are repaired t..preeent Bernini the Ci aeme thnlth to ,me dacea within*** S.0OO boxes. First-class In every respect. Isvdeetek. lAVteToraUrti.Mow oi-!*<**toy OriTAslr* r**.<*JleaW >
of Hood's wonderful cures and the circulation of the two year*,of this not lea will be plea4 la bar ofsoeh Kino sail boat, all kinds of tools, etc., tofo #|# 4mm"Haiti ta lf UsiHaallV*
accomplishing ,' that which will be sold at a paM#. *M EH r tMr', lleVii lM II. ll4
claim* ,
with
A** the dealer tor them. take it, knowing ? ; property M.ieMl In plln *r vppipr. vmIn,
said notified to
sections music. eatate are
people in ail blood Is affected by All persons ewlnic with figure. Apply to tbe attorney for CAsntr*19 p+rtymlm**. Hmlt t f I>*m4reMrHsor
good.HOOD'S settle their accounts me.yr. ,|.lrtw i PCrrKUMKUl*
it will do them Among tbe natives of Mexico there are, i. aixex, owner, CA XM4*<'lAriw>HCkt v iile J
all liver Ills. recent writer, about Jensen, Ha., D. I*, Oaitldcx,
PILLS cure Lowell according to m Tltusville, Fla. Sold by J B.Screten. only.
Mailed for 23o by C. I. nood, 120,000 survivor* of the Aztec race. majU-Jnly* Administrator,

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INDIAN RIVKE ADVOCATE, JUNE 10, 1898.'



-* INDIAN RIYER ADVOCATE. >- months say at 7 o'clock every evening COUNTY COMMISSIONERS A A Ford, fish warden -20 00J SAYE MONEY And Boy From #***
Houston, road work 300 00J
to
Saturday excepted, so as PROCEEDINGS.
R Walker ** 600 00W
clerks and assistants ,
allow their
.-. 000 00J
II
A WBKKLY JOOHSAI. DEVOTED TO TH1 DEVBXOPMBMT Sharpe
or THE IXDIA.M HIV Eft, LAKE also themselves, some little time Titusville, Fla., June 6,1608. Prltchard, tools 1st dlst 8 03J

WORTS AID BIHOAYKE BAT SEOTIOHS. for recreation ? We feel sure such The Board of Brevard County Commissioners Mendel, road work 400 00O

a movement would be appreciated met on the above date F Paddtson, lumber 61 81L
pitisuantto
FHIDAY. all the adjournment when the R Decker, lumber 8 91C Grain Feed Garden Seeds Flour
PUBLISHED KVSHT by the employesand if following L Faber, road work .... 24 53J Hay Grits
\ would to close members were present : W. II. Sharpe, ,
storekeepers agree X Waller . 337 50J ,
Chari.k* It. Wai.toj Editor *, Proprietor.DWoontlnuanoa at the hour mentioned, or earlier, chairman Houston, ;J.J.N.Mendel Waller, ;J.A.It.A.Walker Stewart, J., L Keene,, " . 220 00J Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.

they would.lose nothing by adopting clerk; J. P. Brown, sheriff. "P Brown" feeding prisoners. 20 42 25A 80
of a A Stewart clerk circuit c't. .' 0 30Tbe kills all kinds of Insects
at this ottice or by wrlUn ? to-wlt : Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, ; Harmless to man
The minutes of last meeting were read Board then adjourned to meet Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations. orbeast.
CbAHLE* and confirmed. again the first Monday in July.
to
Check, to.,may be made payable
H. WAI.TOW,publisher and proprietor The Cleveland Leader says : "It The bids to open the road from Burns Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.P. .

i + begins to look as if the Cubun hammock to the Black road were opened PROPOSED NEW TELEPHONE
and read, when the bid of Tbos. Johnson
Junta had sold the United States
Adilreae all onramunloatlona to Try a
being the lowest to-wlt $240 LINES. Sample
was of
INDIAN JUVKIt ADVOCATE, a gold brick and played a shrewd accepted, and the contract was awarded E. McMURRAY

Titosvillk, Florida.U. confidence game on the jingoes in to him. The following is the copy of a notice, OUR $25.00 OHE
the house and senate." The dimculty The bids to widen the road from Banana calling for bids to construct a new telephone &

now is how to get rid of the river to Cape Canaveral lighthouse 'line on the Florida East coast and HORSE FARM

8. l>cportmcnt of Agriculture brick without Uncle Sam being the were also opened and read, and the contract one on the South Carolina coast, which BAKER.
for the work awarded to N. O
"Weather llureuu Jupiter, Fla. loser by the transaction. The Penny for the sum of $75. was this week posted: in the' Tftusvllle postortice WAGON.It .

Philippines are said to be another Permits were granted to tbe following Axles, 1| Tires, Patent wheels, double box, shafts and Spring Seat,
"white elephant" on our hands. enions to carry repeating rifles i L. I). Sundries, etc. ,
Bicycles,
The following is a comparative statement iockwood, James Holmes, Wm. D. Edwards ( Lighthouse Enoinkeb's Office,
of temperature and rainfall for the H. L. Burns, Wm. II. Prntorius, \ Charleston, S. C, June 2, '98. Main and Church St9., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

week ending Tuesday, June 7, 1M)8. The Hverage citizen is not favorably J. B. Bobbins, C. II. Muriclc, M. C.Sneder Sealed bids, addressed to tbe undersigned
Ed. "J. Prietorlus and C. P.Honeywell. and marked outside of envelope
impressed to see the national on

emblem, which is leading our forces The clerk of the court presented his/ "Proposal lines," will for construction be received of at telephone this The NewSelden

to victory, used to proclaim the pay roll for witness fees paid by him at office until 12 noon of Monday, June 13,

merit of somebody's soap, saleratusor the May term of tbe County Court, the 1808, for furnishing the necessary poles;
Other amount being $.Vt.50.It telephone instruments, complete inside Door
kidney specific. countries
was ordered that, whereas no opposition tools Cypress Company
wiring and cable boxes, and tbe ,
have strict laws against this has been made to the road labor and superintendence, to contract

sort of commercial enterprise, and beginning at. Main street in Tltusvllle and for constructing the following telephone

Total rainfall for tlie week: 0.05 Inches this country should have one before and ending 15 feet north of a post of J, lines, the same to be delivered tome
normal rainfall for the Mendel's grove, and notices having been and in
Departure from the children get an idea -that complete in every respect
week: minus 1.(10( Inches. Departure the and Eosted according to law, the same is satisfactory working order within tbe Opened October 1st, 1800, turned the steam on to
stars Btripes are not
from normal rainfall slnoe January 1, genuine declared a publlo road. time specified below, dating from the '
minus 10.4S Inches. unless bearing the picture of a The registration books were taken up receipt by the bidder of that part of the One of the Largest and Best Eqnipped Door Sash Blind
/ and revised according to law.On ,
J. W. Chonk, Observer. bottle of spring medicine. The material for tbe lines which is to be furnished

movement started several months for a change petition of of road Cbas.between W. Bolton II. Stark'ssiding et al 1. A by line the to Ugbtbouse connect Georgetown establishment.light aad General Wood Working Plants in the United States.

ago, having as its object the enactment and I.. K. Brainard's crossing,
with station.
station S. C quarantine
hundred and ,
TITU3VILLE. One south of Jackson of a law prohibiting the use the Board appointed C. L. Howard, J.M. South Island, S. C, to be completed And witb experienced management, (covering past experience of debt

Is the seat of Brevard. ItIs of the design of the flag for advertising Minor and L. K. Bralnard to mark, within eight working days. years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect tbe best
ville.
county
view and lay out the same, and make and at bands. Our production will
material workmanship our
Canaveral
line possible covet
the famous has received much 2. A to connect Cape
the head of navigation on purposes,
Indian Hirer, and is In the orange, pineapple encouragement lately.Hon. Monday their report In July.On to this. Board on the first light station, Fla., with the Florida East Boors, Sash, BHdds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materiala Tanks, (ilau, etc.CHAS. .
and vegetable section of the East Coast Hallway in the vicinity of Oak
of E. Svedellus et al for
churches petition a Hill, Fla., to be completed within thirty-
Const. It luiH live white good neighborhood road, 320 feet south from
schools, residences and stores, tannin Amo.no the natural resources of the northwest corner of the southwest five working days.Tbe N. WELSHANS
and loe fnctoiles, bank, newspaper, two necessary cable, wire, Insulators ,
Cuba be mentioned the 13r quarter at the Magruder quarter. In section
may furnished the
hotels several boarding houses, two railroads and brackets to be by
,, steamboat line, electric lights, 000,000 acres of primeval forests, 17, township 20, south of range 3.1 lighthouse establishment to the successful
tbe banks
east, thence east to of Indian
shelled For hunting and comprising mahogany cedar logwood bidder or bidders at Georgtown, S.C .
streets etc ,

Zlver the Board L. U. Bralnard
appointed
fishing, this section Is excellent and, and Is redwood, ebony, lignumvltte C., A, Segerstrom and L. Jlronson to All and work at Tltusvllle to be done, Fla.In, respectively.a substantial CEMENT, BRICK, LIME, SHINGLES, COAL TAR, PLASTER
for hunters yachts
quite a pnradlso and caiguran woods (which latter mark, view and lay out the same, and and workmanlike manner, and to the
The hammock land for orange,
men. said is more durable in the ground than make their report to this Board on the satisfaction of the lighthouse engineer or
sugar and vegetable growing Is tobe first Mond.iy in July. HAIR AND LATH. #*
so mo of the finest In the State. iron or steel). The tobacco that The treasurer made bis monthly his agent, after Inspection.
county For forms of bid, method of payment,
has been there is
grown reputed the finances also
to be the finest in the world< And his report report on on the Hne general and forfeiture; fund or for desired any other call In Information or that by letter maybe State Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils.

Good roads are a logical, happy the coiTee of excellent quality ; for the Month of June, which were examined E. II.person Kcffnbr,
and J. upon Old 'Phone 8. 13 Hogan Street !
necessity for all not a luxury for while it is estimated that the whole J. X. Waller approved. Houston committee and Major Corps of Engineers, U. S. A. ,
were appointed a
the few. of the western hemisphere could to bin u the warrants turned over by Lighthouse Engineer, 0th district. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

be supplied with sugar if all the the treasurer as per schedule; the committee

Gekmany will endeavor to keep land on the island that was adapted repotted having performed their Yacht for Charter.

of American make to the culture of duties, asked to be discharged, which
out bicycles sugar-cane was was accordingly done. The treasurer The sloop Golden Hule may be FERTILIZBRS.ee.ARMOUR'S
next year, by imposing a duty of devoted to that purpose. Even also exhibited a certificate from the Brevard chartered by the hour, day or week,'on .

#4.75 on each wheel imported, instead with imperfect development, as County 6tate bank, showing his reasonable terms. Apply toCapt.

of the $1 tariff now prevail much as one million tons of sugar balances theie on deposit.On Geo. Cook,
It oidered that the .Tltusvllle Fla. FERTILIZER..ARMOUR'S .
niottou. PINEAPPLE
was ,
ing. It is not likely, however, thtt has been exported in one year, chairman of the Board be appointed a

our exports of wheels to that country Valuable mines of iron and coal, committee of one to coi respond with the VEGETABLE FERTILIZER.
will be diminished thereby. not half worked, are said to exist different County Boards where they Guarnutee 112 per cent Interest.
Specially prepared out of tbe purest materials and recommended to
,
also in Cuba. have Poor Farms, to ascertain the cost groweri
*
Eleven acres land, fronts on Indian
of establishing -one, the maintenance because tbe
standard
they are very highest of excellence.
small
River 2
nd
Banana artesian
; cottage,
Stephen M. Sparkman has thereof, their different modes of conducting
Six millions of dollars them and all information he wells, 1H) nice orange trees, 14,000
been nominated for a third term as hundred can plants, shipped over 200 crates For other crops we haveARMOUR'S
of the First Congressional is no small amount, and yet if the procure on that subject.
representative The ludge made his for ast season; gnavas, mangoes, Japan persimmons
county report ORANGE TREE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S .
District, and if this war is kept dragging along for one licenses Issued during the months ofApill and other fruits on place. Price

term is as productive of good results year that, it is estimated by a well- and May, which were examined $1,500. Address B, Advocate office.Tltusvllle FRUIT AND VINE.ARMOUR'S .

as the two former ones, the known authority, will be the coat and approved.On ,Fla.
to the United States. Some motion, a permit was grauted t > BLOOD, BONE AND POTASII.Compafe .
people will certainly have no need people
E. F. Gluten
to his
plant oysters on
to regret their choice.In are. inclined to the belief that riparian rights on the east 2'i acres of BABY SWEET... our analyses with those of any other manufactures'. We can gin
the war will continue for two or section 33, township 37, south of range
three years, but we sincerely hope 41 east. you other Fertilizers or Fertilizer materials.

our present war the Vene* that such will not he the ease ; and, The following persons were placed on Faud' the Prevention and Cure of Cholera Use our Complete Brands and you will get the very best results. Analyses,
zuelians openly sympathize with the pauper list: Win. Dorsey, $4: Chas. Infantum, Colic, Indigestion,
Spain and thereby show their ingratitude indeed, the hope is strengthened White, $10.Mrs.; J.'Lewis, $5; Charily all bowel troubles. It's a food when prices, etc., furnished on application. We shall appreciate a trial order.
by the fact that Spain is beginning Padgett, from $10 to $13. baby Is restless; give 1c a powder instead
to the United States, who to realize that it is a hopeless The following bills were audited and of feeding It.A ARMOUR & COMPANY

but a few years ago befriended struggle, and the' sooner she "givesup ordered paid: powder In tbe milk helps keep itsweet. ,

them in the Venezuelan* question the ghost" the better it will be Wm Sharpe, County Com $ 0 00J A boon to the teething baby as Jacksonville Fla.SWKKTWATKK .
Mendel . well as the mother. ,
America's 8 40J
against England now ,
for herself, for what can she do In Houston, '* ' 13 20J Price 2.>cts, In packages of 20 powders.
best friend. Such is the way of the face of a depleted treasury, her It Walker, 0 00J Any Ilomceputhic medicines by mail, to

the world, however. resources paralyzed, and her credit X Waller, V 23 40J any address, in reasonable quantities.

nil ? .On the other hand, the F Wooten, binding books 5 00II Ask for DR. EDEN'S HOMEOPATHIC .HAMMOND PACKING CO.
A W B Drew Co books 78 00D SPECIFICS.
plate ,
. ..
We that the democratic American fleets will be
are glad to say soon exposed Cain, ferryman 4 00RAConkllng Directions: A powder every hour until
party of Florida Is In better to the dangers of the destructive 4 00 relieved, then every three hours In

shape to-day than ever iu its history cyclones, and will then J P Brown, sheriff co court .18 85 half a teaspoonful of water. For Colic (Formerly The G. H. Hammond Co.)

and this condition of affairs find the blockading of Cuban ports lunacy 14 20 use hot water.SAM'L OUR
1 feeding dogs. 2 00 EDE>\ M. D., SPECIALTIES :
co t.
is due in a large degree to the almost an impossibility. Will they
janitor 500H00 1340 Bushwick Ave., cor SchaefTer St.,
fact that dissensionUts have been annihilate or be annihilated ? waiting on co com. Brooklyn, N. Y, "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon

warned that their services are not jailor 30 0(1( "Coin
needed, nor will they be recognized B R Wilson, med for prisoners;. 2 00 KEEP BABY SWEET.L1TIIIA Special" canned meats."Calumet" .
CALL FOR COUNTY CON W L Hughlett, lunacy case 2 00 hams
and breakfast bacon."Calumet"
by the honest masses.As VENTION. P A Robinson, ' : . . \100 .

W II Sharpe, 100 leaf lard.
Savannah News M S Jones, '* . . 4 0)1 STRINGS, A.
the truly remarks.
There will be a convention of tbe B R Wilson, ' 2 00KM Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .
It takes time to provide Democratic Party, of Brevard county, at F S Chaffee, med for prisoners. ) PAICK HOTEL.Llthla .
125,000 recruits with all that the Fort pierce, Wednesday, Sept. 21, 180*, Vance print'g co, blks co judge.A 200 compound lard, sausages
army regulations allow them, aad at 10 a, m., for the i purpose of nominating A Stewart, accountant 13 00 Sorlogs,Near Atlanta,Ga. and all Packing House Products.
congress is really more to blame the follow lug officers: J O Fries, surveying road 700 Florida and New York l eiets para our door.

than the Secretary of War for the One representative In State Legislature, T T Wetmore, IceD 2 10 Mod Hotel in opens U South.FclTMS.Naver The moat any cawea healthful of enntaglousor loca-- FLORIDA Fla.jy
tax collector L Oaulden, att'y. 38 33 BRANCH : Jacksonville .
one assessor, one tax one pros InfacMoua illaeaMa, or *T n malaria ,
present unsatisfactory state of affairs treasurer, three members School Board, C L Faber, trees right-of-way. 44 00 Just tlra place to spend tbe aprine months without

in the equipment of the United five county commissioners, all to serve T J Cocltshutt, reg officer 10 01 too warm rlHk.t to Not be aa safe.rold aa Hoom mountain* with resorts both rratea, nor Write us for quotations, and you will be pleased.

States volunteers. Tbey evidently two years; also for any other business Electric lights 0 00 and aUMun heat, electrta llKbta. pnrata batha,
as may come before It. Known Democrats J Mendel, stationery for bd.E 10 00 and toilets,hot and cold running water. Sun
forgot the wise saying: "In and all other voters who will pledge B Wager, pub notices 12(10 parlors and rlane-incloaeri porches. Sun, over

time of peace, prepare for war," themselves to the various precluct committees IRS Bank, Interest 5 5 medicinal privileges.batha Hotel and coat the strongest Sino.oiiO. All Llthla ktnda water of Florida '

and probably now see the error of to support the nominees of this J Mendel, copying minutes.. 6 50 known for rheumatism, kidney aad bladder Fruit Growers'
their ways in not following it.It convention, will be allowed to vote at J Mendel, rnt-way of Singleton 40 00 troubles. Send for circular. fiW to4 per dav;
less
SIStoViAperweek: by tbe month. H. Y.
primaries or mass meetings for selection Money paid out for paupers. . 130 CO Blake,late of rase Christian and Manitou,Colo.

is said that the rain which of Precinct delegates.committees will appoint time Commission

has fallen in Florida so far this and place for holding primaries or mass Company.
year runs far behind the minimum meetings and give due notice of same. WATCHES CLOCKS . .
Precinct committees will be tbe same ,
for the' past thirty years. There as at last convention.

has not been more than one-third The various precincts will be entitled WSa* Manfacturer"' Agents for
Diamonds
.
the quantity that .should have to representation as follows; Jewelry, Fertilisers and Fertilizer Material, Reference by permissioa of Flornl-
National Bank State
LaGrange, 4 delegates; Tltusvllle, II; we will mix formula. .
fallen and all the have felt any Trust Cft.wnr
A
crops Southern
City Point, 3; Coco* and Rocklndge, 6; Souvenirs Write for prices. Savings
ud
Wedding Rings Presents.
the need of it sadly. Hut it isboundto Eau Oallle, 3; Melbourne, J; Malabar, 1; ,

come soon, and next winte Sebastian, 3; Fort Pierce, 5; Eden, 3;
will undoubtedly see a large Fort Drum, 1; Narrows. 1;Georgians, 1; FIXE WITCH ud JEWELRY REPAIRING not snip tour fruits and vegetables\THRoron the
Merrltt, 3; Canaveral, 2; Haulover, 1;
of and in *
crop oranges, vegetables Spruce Bluff, 1; Anhona, 1; Ml ceo, 1; tSitrcrottf A SPECIALTT. ....FLORIDA FRUIT GROWERS' COMMISSION CO.
abundance as of In the ...
yore. Banyan, 2; White City, 2; Woodley, 1.Thom. .

meantime, our growers are not Johxhoh, M. S. Sams, I IChairman. Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Cbarges paid one way. R. J. RILES, We Insure

sitting Idly bemoaning their fate, Sect. pro. tern. I IAt 225 W. Bay St, JACKsoxTiLtfc, Fi .

and wisdom.the near future will show their a meeting committee of ,the held Democratlo at Tltusvllle Ex,* I Iecutlve Carload Rates, Carload Despatch; No re-Sandling in Transit.

on Saturday, Jnne 4, 1898, R. N. Andrews NEW SMYRNA FLORIDA Refrigeration when Necessary
was unanimously recommended HOTEL HELMS '

Now that the long days are to tbe governor for appointment as kept open during the Summer,*tinder tbe man. Marke u by telegraph daily, Insuring best returns to patron**
setting in, would it not be good member of School Board, to fill tbe un sgement of 31 r. S. L. Story. Special' attention will be given to traveling menor Write us for possible
plan for our merchants to close expired term.of A. L. Hatch, resigned.Thos. ,)>o special rates by the week month to families. l miles to Ocean Beach' any particulars. Stencil, and market reports on request.
Joirxsox, if. S. Sams, good bicycling; row and sailboats free for nse of guests. For rates, etc address
their stores during the summer Chairman. Address, FLA. FRUIT CO,
Sect. pro. tern. S. L. STOUT, Xew Smyrna, FU.Is GROWERS' COMMISSIOX

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launched a fine large rowboat for L. S.

anr- - Kldred. fti
James Olmstead, of Fort Pieice, is .FERTILIZERS.
looking after his inteiols at N'uuh An-
kona.Mrs..
S"hi . iSMolstnre.

C. T. McCarty and Master Bryan

were vlsitois in Foit Pluree last Wcdnes. ,
day and Thursday.

Will Frauts has Just finished setting

out a thousand oiange md lemon tieeson

Mrs. Kirk's-place at Noith Ankona. TO

Bears seem to bo numeiousat the ocean i
beach In th vicinity of Mud Creek, and
bear steak is no longer a luxury, another 1 G33T O "SX7" Z S it \
laigo cub being killed Saturday night.J. .


D. CKABB keeps a Drat-cluM Saloon W Inei,
POWDER r*' h' , and
dotVin.tio clears, toliiuico and cicarette*.
Frlce AMolu |yiroI lTomJit attention to telegraph and in til ANALYSIS: prove you we can save you money.

Older* Terms Cosh. Cmoa, lln.J. .......
i. STEAMED BONE RAW BONK
V CUABH, Agt. IH Ammonia ..... .. H
k.iial tn Sulphate nf Ammonia ., .. .
BLOOD
AND BONE ACID PHOSPHATE
Availalile riumphorio Ap| ;. ,
powol.oo.,mw W Kqual to lions I'liosptiat*of Lime i** DISSOLVED
Georgiana.A. BONK NITRATE OF SODA
lvtaHh K2 o ... .;.; ,

MagneMaLimeSoda Fiiial| toHulphateof Potash, eto. .., ,.... t.iST" SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS,
L, Bruner shipped two crates ofpineapples.Monday \\ V
which Is the that Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,

St. Augustine.n shipment of the season from this place.Dr. COTTON SEKD HULL ASHES, KAIN1T AND POTASHES.
KiT Special Mixtures compounded with .machinery at very low 0
Wlttfcld and wife came up Saturday Hhi prices.
made for
niont are being ajmatch to see Alford Hall, who is slowly
to bo played here on the improving, but is still unable to sit up. '
ii of J iiiyut Please Corrospontl with u* before being induced to buy from Dealer*. v Scnd for
The MiSBes Hainlin
and Mapes went > i
200 people, including the school to Melbourne, Satuiday, on a visit to the Pamphlet.
land teachers, enjoyed the Bapicnlo family of W. B. Hainlin."Unole" .
at South Beach last week.raltlf LITTLE FERTILIZER r.
at South Beach, toaue and "Auntie" Hughes weiepnssengeis BROS. & PHOSPHATE CO. 0Melbourne.
laaces ,
< on the Courtenay, Tuesday,
will
throughout the summer, to Cocoa."Mother".
this week, It is expected. TsLClraorL-vIllo :FlxIca.a
tence ,.
Hall is She ,
Coast band will furnish music.aXinaSmith Improving. can
walk about now, which is a great comfort
of New Yoik, who to her and a pleasure to her friends.
,lway been a great favorite here intt from-wood flics, their fields being burned
droll's during the winter, was over and fences burned down. KalnIs

JmI this week. Mr. and Mrs. Smith When in want of any kind of building GOODK OOODB. Iteal'' E.tato an.I Loan*. anxiously looked for.Rev. The Premier Flour of America.

i beautiful residence here. material, in car loads or otherwise, the Acftit( ,for anil.l-tiM Imiwrlal, Ix>nil Flra n InHiiranre.mill I.lvernoiil Hportal anililoli H. M. Pilnce made a visit to

Mutant General Ffouston has In- Builders' Supply Co., at St. Augustine, attention paid to the Interests of nou rosldeuts. Cocoa, Tuesday, to consult Dr. HughletlIn
i |Capt MaoWllliams that no more will be pleased to make you a delivered regard to his health, which has boon
panics will be accepted to fill the price fit your station. You have noagent's very pooily of late.
!, quota in the second .call for volin or middleman's commission topay. WHEN YOO OO TO MELBOURNE call at thslliunnr Unexcelled Biscuit
i that the twelve companies Mrs.Cliaa J.F.Camil>iilK Co., Milllnpry The Union Sunday school gave an excursion
,but Notions, Pry OoimIs, Ijtillea' readynuitle Tuesday, on the houseboat
dylathe service will be recruited an each.tmes t'cirsota,etc.,embroidery and colored silks,
t men Eden. souvonlr spoons, Stationery.to.ItOTFI. youngsters and several of the elders enjoyed
L. Colee, who has been Iden- a merry d.iy and were well pleased For andJACKSONVILLE

I tritU the inteiests of St. Johns nELT.KVITC, MELltOtTRNF.. FI.A.Lovelv with the outing.Capt. .

_ty for many years, has announced Our pineapple growers are now busily situation view 8uierlor of Indian accoinnioilatiun.River. In a alieltered. Moderate Chris. Iloehr, with the Xlmrod,
intention of becoming a candidate engaged shipping pines. rates. having In tow a newly-purchased houseboat
Mraination for the lower branch oflicidature. W. R. CAMrBELL ,
,
Proprietor
Miss Leota Robinson Is spending the cast anchor in our harbor last Sunday Bread
Mr. Colee has already
week with Miss Lucy Sumnors. morning, after a six weeks' voyage ,
|one term in that office. HOTEL RIVERSIDE, MELHOI'RXR, FLA., to northern points. He reports having
Commission and fielght men are almost overlooking Intlian Rivert homelike aoooin* seen no Spaniards, for which he is grate
the inoilntlnns and kooiI board. Kates 81.no per
pineapples.Mr.
as
Miami. as numerous davorfvno to #7 oo per week, aioordlnir to ful.

Whipple, our worthy postmaster, ]location>eople. of room, CllAS.niieclal X ratnn lLllIUUE to ,Hlver Archdeacon Brown will hold services Represented by F. H. BURST FLA.SEEDSField *
went to Cocoa, Tuesday, on business.A troprietor, at St. Johns church next Sunday. Morning ,

tractor J. A. McDonald has been slight shower fell last Sunday, but service with holy communion at
i trip to bt. Augustine and Jackson- to want moie.Mrs. LKOV A. PEEK. M. II VHV81CIAN AND 10:30; evening service at 7-i0.: It Is
i tlili week. only enough to causo us SUltOKON, Melbourne, Flu. understood these will be the last services

Walker Is again visiting Mrs. LeTouinau. held previous to Rev. Brown's ilepaitnioon and Garden SEEDS.
Jr. has been assist-
B Rumph, She is quite charmed with his summer vacation.
i the bank during the absence ofhierGaithside. Mis. L. C. Mooie, of Roseland, came
Eden.Capt.. up to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Engineer O'Hooke, of the Caiman, assisted
Knowlton, of Kansas, and Mr.Blevens John Goode.Mr. by C. J. Young, speared an enormour -
lot of silver palms were brought C. A.Robinson's saw-fish In Eau Gallle river. Tho
have tent
of Texas, a on Largest Seed House in the Stsite.
nnd Mrs. Ebersold and family will
Decently, and weie shipped to the liver front. They aie* heie fish was ten feet long and weighed four
Omaha.he spend the summer In the Goode house,
oiltion at
to have good hundred The regret
for their health, and expect pounds. captors
work of making ready the camp sport fishing and hunting. at Fountain Heights. their failure to secure the saw of this Special Val'letles of Corn for Floiida. Sued* for Fodder ciops.

iinds is progressing rapidly under the little excitement was caused in Editor Oslin and family are pleasantly monster tlsh, it having been broken off Cassava Seed, 7.1c. per 100, best. Send for Pi Ice List
Not
a located In the Carter the in struggle
etioD of Capt. Sewell. cottage, on some previous
Our usually quiet town, Monday, by a the L. CAMERON Seedsman
bluff, for summer.Geo. ,
here was a large attendance at then runaway horse. Men, coats, umbrellas, Thei schooner Pilncess has returned
the road for Bell and Sam Martin from fortnight's cruise on Indian 125 East St. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
social,given by the Baptists on the etc., were scattered along came up a Bay ,
al Palm giounds last week.he Beveral miles. The horse and carriage from Jensen last Saturday, ou a visit to and Halifax Rivers. Thoso comprising
were stopped by the dailng bravery of their homes, returning Sunday. the party were Messrs. Hodgson and Also Paper Sholl Peaoan Trees, 1 to 2 years, Ulusteo stock, $12 per Id).
Royal Palm electrlo light plant Isit of men. Gilbert, Mrs. Gilbert, Miss Gilbert and
ready for use, thanks to the one our young Joseph Williamson, of Mlcco, was In the Mlssos Hodgson. A pleasant week

rt Lotus. shaking hands with some of his many given by membuis of the Halifax River
large cold b tor age plant is being friends.
ited In Lake & Tuttle's Ice factory, Yacht Club in the Princess party's honor GHESEBRO BROTHERS *

ih will serve to make the ice woiksof In town Master Don Beaujean, of Melbourne the evening previous to their departure.IF .
our
the best In South Floiida. Master Raburn Otwell was Beach, left here last Tuesday, to take a
the latter part of last week.A. "before
business course at college, he returns and
Good Reliable
_he Wagner pralile, owned by Mrs. J.Tiittle YOU NEED a WIIOLKSALKQOMMISSON
L. Bruner returned home Satruday, again. Widely-read Newspaper, Subscribe for
has recently been drained byrceofmen.
Underneath the muck after finishing up the work on the Provost Louis Lyman left here Thursday, for a the Advocatk.Courtenay..
Brothers houses.A to Tampa to the soldier JPlSII JEALEIIS
wt a layer of clay was found, from pleasure trip see ,
ch bubbled numerous spiings of cool, light shower of rain feV in our section boys, and from there he goes on toPougbkcepsie
r water. Sunday, but did not last, as the N. Y., to attend college. .

ground was so dry. Quite a number of ladies attended the No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, Now York.

lumber and other building ma Another light do rain good.fell here We, but will not get drill evening of the, In Home Educational Guards hall.last Mr.Tuesday Chas. J. P. Sams Is spending a few days atMorritt. SPECIALTIES: Spanish Mackerel, Sheephoad, Pompano, Blneflsh, liej
enough to any .
dlroct
from the Builders'
Supply
Iuj Stewart favored the company with some Oreen Turtle Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks.Stenclla .
enough when it commences. Snappers, Klngflsh, Trout, ,
Augustine and the lumber-
save
fine selections on the piano.Mrs. Orange tiees in this vicinity ate sulTei-
I commission.Rockledge.. Louis Parker was In our burgh purchasing log for want of rain.W. promptly supplied. References furnished If desired.
different kinds of fruit and vegetables P. P. Powell, Mrs. Geo. It.Brown, \ 1
to peddie out all along the river.Messrs. Mrs. Humrlckhouse, the Misses Maude C. Adams ceitalnly knows how to
Powell, Carrie Brown, Rose Humrlckhouse. entertain the young ladles.J. .
L. E. Provost, J. N. Chalker, Ethel Powell, and Capt. Frank Home-Grown
the FOR SALE
D. Sams was mall carrier during
and C. C. Creech spent
L. D. Hancock Powell left here last Wednesday, to .
absence of T. Harper last Saturday.Mr.
C
Ins Mamie May, of Miami, has been Saturday in Cocoa, going upon steamer spend a few days at the seashore, In the ,
wo a few days.Ir. Couitenay. Phillips cottage, at East Melbourne. and Mrs. J. It. Ragan roturned to PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS *
their home In Banyan last Tuesday, after
and Mis. Geo. N. Hatch and fami- The sad news reached here last Saturday several with relatives
r now residing in. the White cottage. Banyan.Mrs. of the death of Mrs. Theo. Mesmler, here.J.spending. days Of the following Varieties !

're. J. J. White has been entertaining a who severe died Illness.at her borne Mrs. Mesmler in Chicago bad, many after G. Bast, C. T. Harper and L. P. Abbala, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, Ripley Queen, Smooth

rth liter, Mrs. M. E. Spencer, of Lake Mosen, of Artesia, is visiting warm fttends in Melbourne, who will Allen spent a part of Saturday and Saturday Cayenne Pernambnco and Red Spanish.
friends In Banyan this week.R. mourn her loss. To her husband and olght last In Tltusvllle, returning ,
lr. Fred P. Taylor prolongs his stay recently- family we extend our sympathy.Mr home Sunday, vlasteamer St.Augustine.Daytona. Apply to O. C. MATTIIAMS. Florida Pineapple Co.,
will put his West Palm Beach FU.STr .
B. Stewart ,
as. lie has
been making improve'U purchased stock of cattle on the Island nnd Mrs. Henry Whiting and Miss
'
oa Hotel Plaza, above here. Gr.ico Cummings, of Melbourne Bench, .
P to this writing the drought re"ii GallMas left here last Monday for the north. MIhh
unbroken, but we think the rainy Horses must be cheap in Eau last Cummings hopes to return home early If von need any job pilntlng, we.hull ..I BUT OR SELL...
en will soon commence. one was sold to a Banyan citizen In the fall, but Mr. and Mrs. Whiting ex- The choir of the Congregational church he pleuaeil to get a shaie of It.S'P" .
week for *10.Ueorce to travel to many points of Interestefore I* taking a vacation. Confederate Bonds $
Money
".announced the firm of In last week's Hatch Advo-has Sweeney, of Indianola, was inBauyali they return, and don't know how Mrs: Latham and daughter* life on If you receive a sample copy of ,
Paxton fe
i dissolved by mutual consent.T on Tuesday, engaging guavaa long they may remain away. Wednesday for their home In Lincoln, the Aijvocatb. It Is an Intimation that POSTAGE STAMPS.
factory.C. 4 o'clock In HI. and Wm. L. Foltz for Chicago. We would ui to add
for his jelly Last Sunday afternoon,at It give pleasure your stock In the world. Address
> many friends of Miss Myra Wllll- pleasaut caller in the Congregational church, the children shall miss them all sadly. name to our f are pleased to see her at home T. Harper Sunday was last.a He came down rendered a beautiful programme of songs Nothing definite yet of the proposed scribers. It does not cost yon three CIIAH. I). IIAItKEK, Atlanta, Oa.

o. She has taken the degree ofwlor Banyan St.on Augustine. and recitations, trained under the skillful encampment of troops at this point, th cents per week (postage Included) when
of arts. on the Fred Mack. The music taken the and It can be sent to
refreshing care of Mrs. authorities having made no Inspection of by year,
>> infant bods of Mr. and Mrs. S..F. This section was visited which by a has revived rendered by Bev. E. W. Butler, Mr. and the various giounds offered them for you In any part of the United 'State* or COTTON AJD
' ' and Mr. and Mrs, Wn. Ilindle, of shower last Sunday, Mrs. E. P. Branch, Mrs. C. If. Stewart that ptupose. Canada without extra expense.
all vegetation. and Mrs. Mack was tine. Mr. ('has. II.
were christened the Rev. E. E.inwa .
by
and the drill of the
a few days ago, at St. Mark's The recommendation of R. X. Andrews Stewart presided at the trimmed organ. with The Home The bulletin Guards are board real God-send* to the WILLIAM HUBER. LINEN NETTING.
*. Leland Hugtalett Hindle and Executive Committee to be a church was beautifully .. ...
f ofA. the Miliar Annie and Jessie Idler* theae dull (fays. One dispatch
*
*rt Lea Travis their Member School Board, in place flowers by
urn respeot- of the tmlievtd
I general Goode and Emin. MeKarlaml. holds good, and is Implicitly until and
names. L. Batch, resigned, gives. the next one comes along to contradict Shipping Employment
Guild ofJ satisfaction In this vicinity.T. It In toto.
meeting of the Ladles'
'k church, held at the residence Humphrey and son, of Indu="|f' Eau Gallic. The Ladies' JIUtorv Class met Monday ...AGENT...

C W.Harrison, the following also J. M. Field, went over U % ? afternoon at the residence of Lawrence 11 Laura St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

President were elected for the ensuing beach opposite this place on turtle and Miss Kate Bryan i* visiting her sister Thompson. Silver Beach. In the even- Orders by mall, telephone or wire will FISHING TACKLE.
Mrs. W. Harrison ht a large
C. ; an ca.i lag the members adjourned to the Ocean receive prompt attention.
Pietce.Mrs.
President, Mrs. BenJ. W. Jerome; secured a lot of at Fort Beach cottage, where they were joined Superior quality Linen GUI Netting-
ry aod treasurer, Mr*. W. T. PatOn John Houston and Miss Laura by their "worse halves," together wKh a made from Knos's Scotch thread.
"> the third Thursday In each are visiting friends In Wevt Palm Ueacb.It number of folks, and had a royal
l"0 members Mill meet at tho reo Roseland.Mrs. Johns time young the moonlit waves. ...HENRY A. MEISTER... Samples and estimates cheerfully furnished.
in St. good by
" ( the president.Ankona.. Is said that the water .' Corks, Leads, Lines, etc.J. .
river Is lower than It ever was known tobe. The war doe* not prevent the young riBST-CLASS
il C. Moore vl.lted Melbourne folks from having a good time when they 8. JOHNSON 4 CO.,

the early part of the week. Rev. S. F. Gove will hold service* at can. Thet'hrlstlan Endeavor society of Barber and Hair Dresser...,. Manufacturers,
.
returned from church next Sunday morning the Congregational cbnreh have been 121 Soath St, BALTIMORE. MO.troTeBe .
has not yet the Baptist
Futcu None but skilled workmen employed.
are trying their band at a picnic on the
hliTca and t he alligator and evening.Capt.
8. EUlred toJk a business trip up p hunt, beach, and they succeeded In having a Private room for,, ladles' hair dressing
ri ers turday. probably suffering.w Alex. Goode Is once more Id good time, much of which wae due toDr. and Shampooing. Kazors pat In order. for rtfty Ceats.ausrsataed .
have had several attempts at rain charge of the steamer Spartan, Engineer French's untiring effort* to make 113 East Bay St. Bath Booms. tobacco habit sore, malts* weak
wU U1Dr r,, few| ot Merrltt, Is visiting J. but have had no ralo heavy Thompson taking a short vacation.Mrs. the affair successful. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. BOD pure. sOs.tL AUdnCIUM.

days. Enough bewailed a.bower. Patterson and son, John, of Cocoa

[ tradeboat Merchant stopped over cat-boat Maggie went through the were guests of Mrs. Capt. Mclntyrea OJ All communications for this paper
Saturday last.thm The day or so this week., John says hi* should b addressed "The AotocatxTltasvtlle
>
?0'ct th ** E- CK *"* drawbridge ISSTS&'ffpVe on JgJK'S Sebastian the wheel la punkted." FU." Thl* will Insure Immediate The ADVOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing.

here oa Wednesnlay laatrPt. Bovine people have suffered severely attention. ,

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FLORIOA AGRICULTURAL The Tropical Trunk ]

Strawberries COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT., LAKE CITY, Line



and ben Tampa & Key West
carry better, larger' Program. Jacksonville, Rajv!


lies and larger crops are raised SUNDAY, JUNK 12. JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver.

11 o'clock a. m. Baccalaureate ad-

when liberally treated 'with diess. President W. F. Yocum. TbouthNo. In Effect May *5, '99.Lr. NORTiH

8 o'clock p. m. Annual celebration ofStudents' 20 .|Wo.10 2L| 912a 0.23 ...J>CKSON VILLE.'TTHj

Association under 40p 936 a .........Orange l" rk
Chilstlan
11 10 p ..Peoria..;....'. ...
direction of Prof. C. V. Waugh.MOXDAT Yiasp1140p aM02a Magnolia. BBl
Potash. .a ., ....Greenr Spring*.... 6 4gpm p m|
JUNK 13. 11 00aI Paiataa....... ... 8
12 40 a OOp |
m
. .,
Satsuma ,., .. ,.
10 o'clock a. m. Address before .., i Pomona.. *
50a ..Crescent City Junction ,, 3 Mam 8
Alumni Association. W. J. Shears A.B. 4 46aB 3pm33Bpm
,
Heavy applications of the 28a 152 a 12 0 p Seville 3 3.1am248am

4 o'clock p. m. Battalion drill and 638 a'iV 2 23a 12 3Up .....DeLeon.., Glenwood Springs ,, aupm288pm

fertilizers parade. 2488 1 Olp ..Beresford 2 23 am
complete containing
p 1 l ArlLv ILvlAr ...%..
8 o'clock p. m. Annual celebration 13 p ) ,.De LandS., 2 III p m
07 40p 2Mpm224pm
8 a
less than actual Potash Clutonlan Literal Society.TVKSDAY 1 lip Orange CItyJuuo. 311 am140am
2 56a
38
not 10% y 4 p t2 4rfp ....Enterprise .... ltpm

JUJCB It. 4 BBp Ar TITUSVILLE Lr.Mt. 110 JO a m
5 4 p Dora.,..,
should be used. 10 o'clock a. m. Class-Day exercises. 4 0tp ...Tavares ....
3304KB 1 4Bp Ar Sanford.....*...Lv 1 60pm
Our books tell all about the subject. They 4:30 o'clock p. m. Company drill, a 3 0 P ....Orlando 12 01 p mSISpm 1210 pm,
8 10 a 4 Sop ,,.Lakeland. 10 2B p mlsaoam
sue fre to any farmer. Battalion parade. Annual contest for
837 a 8 20J1 ...Bartow., 6 18 pm

GERMAN KALI WORKS, the Color-Company cup, presented by 1010t 11 lOp Ar Punts,. Gorda Lv 3 28pm737pm tlO 10 pm
.Tampa
0Bp tOftam
9) Mum* St., New York. the citizens of Lake City. 7 3fi0 BO p a 1 ,.Tampa Bay Hotel '
8 4Bp9onp Ar...... Port Tampa..Lv Vob'p ni 83BamlMon.
8 o'clock Debate Resolved 830 aTil.
p. m. : SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES .,Thunft SatSun.Wed&Fri. La Port Tampa Ar 330pm800pm Thur& a."
that the United States) should construct 2 oop Ar..Key West LvAr Sun.Wed&Fn!
i.. 'Havana Lv
DEMOCRATS ATTENTION.A and the Nicaragua Canal. President
operate and New York.
Jacksonville
1 Finest Cuisine and Service. No Transfer between

of the evening, John M. Toung; The Fleet Is composed of tbe following Handsome New Steel Steamer* I"Comancuft" Daily, t Daily except Sunday. Mon.. Wert,anil Frl. JTues.,Thurs. and 8 t.

Call For Slate Democratic CnnvMi- affirmative, Forum Literary Society, W.F. new> ' "Cherokee "Seminole." Train leaving Jacksonville 9:12a. m. arrives Gainesville 1.0B p.m.,Ocala2.nop m' t
( m. dally.
'Iroquois
Hon at Orlitndn August 3, 1HIIH.Tlio . Tocuni, Ed. II. Clute; negative, Bema "Algonquin, 8 drains 81 BrooksvilleBBSp.and 32 Carry Throngh Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and

North-Bound. and local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open for accommodation of !
J. J. T. C.Thompson. .
jr.
Flnley
Literary Society, Union Station,Jacksonville, at 9 p. ni. r "*-
Democrat Ic Tin ty of ttie Stnto of Steamers am appointed to sail according to the tide. .
Charleston Sundays, Tuesdays and Thnrs lays.rrom Train 23, leaving Jacksonville daily at 9-12 a m., arrives at Hawthorne at 1211 c.u,
From JACKSONVILLE FLA., (calling at ),
Florida will hold a Statu convention atOilando 8.00, Brooksville B:4S m. Train leaving
Wednesdays and irldays. 1:00, OcalalBBp, Leesbnrg p. Jacksonville
WKI>NEHJ>AY, JUNK 15. CHARLESTON, H. C, Mondays t i
arrives at Oakland 8.07 p. m., Laconohee 640 p. m.,Tarpon Springs 8:20: p. m.,
Florida, on Wednesday, August hour of sailing see"Clyde Line" Schedule,or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papers. Clearw"w I
10 o'clock Graduating xerclues. m.. St. Petersburg 10oo p. m., daily except Sunday.
a. m. >
3, 181)8, at 12 m. for the following purposes South-Bound. W. B. COFFIN, G. D. ACKERLY.

: Presentation of Color-Company Steamers are nted to sail from Plor2 ia t River, Xew York, at 3 p. m., as '""" "' General Superintendent. General ransenwr"V
declamation medals Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.Mondays.'Wednesdays .
C
cup; sharpshooters For CHARLESTON, S. -
To nominate tho following candldatoti, For JACKSONVILLE,FLA.,(calling at Charleston), and Fridays.appot .
fold and silver medals gold medal for
to wit: Two Justices of the ,Supremo ( and Southern Lines (Fieight only.)
proflconcy in manual of arms silver medal Clyde New England ,
Court, one for the full tcim of six yonis, (Calling at Chaileston, H. C, both ways) Florida East Coast
R
and one, lo 1111 tho uncxpliud tcim of for that captain whose company stands STEAMERS "DELAWARE," AND "GEO. W.CLYDE"' ;

first in general excellence for the year are appointed to sail as follows i
Hon It. S Llddon
leMlgnoil; a State and the scholarships for Freshman From foot of Hogan Street,Jacksonville, From Lewis' Wharf, Doston, TIME TABLE NO. 15, IN EFFECT MAY 16, 1898.
Troasmm- and Junior classes.
jvml CoititnlitHlonurs, each for the term Sophomore SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (BeM!

>f four.yearn, And one Railroad Comnilslinor 2 o'clock p. m. Visiting Biological, St. Johns River Line.UK No 34 NoHBUUIp
NoTID"l-
Chemical Physical and Mechanical Daily STATIONS.Cvt .
,
for tho term of two years, to be D l"10110a !

*
siioli business Experiment Station, Farm and Garden.Mo Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford,Enterprise, *"' n<1 Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. 4 lOp Ar., .St. Augustine ... ........... Lv 5HBpi aAr
tl uumict other
,
as may 415piZ 10 8fia Lv.. St Aurustlne.m. ituf\t
count hofoie the convention. The elegant Side-wheel Steamer 11 10airssa .H as tin gsAr. Lv jtB( \ f
"FIIED'K. DellAKY." XrTLv. Palatka., TvTTiS
The dlTTerent counties In the State will Tobaeeo. 4IOp 10 4f174Sp> .Palatka : Ar
ui: J85p (
CAPT. W. A. SHAW.
aunt! delegates to the convention upon Some 20 years ago I entered a small "TopS .. ..SanT fateo..., Xv TSiprAr
.
7 20. Lv. .han Mateo. .
tail follows I tO CUt,
alehouse about two miles beyond Farle- la appointed to as s B
the following basis of lepresenfatlon: TI08m TTSJilOOp CvT riant Palatka.. TTTTT. EvT85p
ton Crag, in Westmorland, to get refreshment Leaves Jacksonville, 3.30 p. m. dally, except Saturday >p Ormond.., iisai
One delegate for each one hundred votes Leaves Sanford 9.00 a. m. Enterprise D.JO a. in. daily except Sunday 8 Sip 1 Up12ip . Daytona
after a walk from Lancaster.In r
for IIih candidate on the State ticket T02p .Port Oran ipe.,,., Hip
ip-- the course of my short stay I asked SOUTH liOUNI>. SCHEDULE.Jacksonville.. SORTH BOUND. T23pEkSu 1 Ml. New Smyrna.... *
who iL-ci-lvcd the highest number of the mistress of the place for some "tobacco Read down. Read up. 2 24n Oak Hill. . 1 Up

vulva at the general election of lHim, and pronouncing the word very distluctly. Leave* 8.30 8.4A p. in., ...Palatka .. Leave Arrive 8.00 2 00 p.a. m.ni. KIIAl3ap ...............City Tltuxville Point "" 12 1040 3jp
m.8.IK
ouo additional voto for the fraction Incih She stared and said, "We don't ) p.a. m. Astor 2.30 p. m. 8 48p Cofv>aRocklmtre 12 p ,
.... "
8
iIn-oof when It amounts to fifty sell it." I reminded her that this assertlou 4.30 a. ra.a. ......St. Francis.... 12 1.00 110 p.a. III.in. 4 47p IMp Eau Hal Ms 1318D lllte

was contradicted by a notice m. Ileresford .... 11.00 a. in. 4 2 pi .......... MelbourneSebastian. 1136s
>r moie. over 6 00 a. m.MJHi Blue SpringB..iHan lip ....... "
00 a. m. 10 50s
The oihinties under tilts rule will be the portal, but she seemed still more Arrive a. m, fordEnterprise.... 9.30 a. iu.Gen'l It Olp .......... St. Lncte 65.1
puzzled- perhaps she had never read and 9'iA a. m. A Alp .....Fort Pierce CVai
untitled to lopresentatlon as follows: 8 4 p ......... Eden ... ,.... 01.1
could not read the notice saying she did Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W.Bay St., Jacksonville.Jno.L. 6 Dip ........Jensen ...... din's'
Alachua
14 Uaker Bradford
; 2; 0; not know the article in question. Some 7 06p ,. Stuart SSSs

Urovaid, 5; Calhoun, 1 ; Citrus, 2; Clay, further remark In which 7 88p Hobe Hound 8.'Is
now forgotten
7 52p ,. West Jupiter.... "
M. IROWMONOKB, JR.,FU.FRSS.Agt. II 07s
-4j Columbia, 0"; Dade, -I; DeSoto, 0; I mentioned the word "smoke," caused Howari Foot Hogan>, Superintendent St.Taao. 204 West Bay St.W. 880p900p ,.West Palm Beach.. 73U
............ ... ...Llntoa
Duval, 2"; KBcatnbia, 11; Franklin, 2; her face to brighten, and she exclaimed, JACKSONVILLE, FLA, 9 44p ...Fort Lauderdale.., .

<}ndxdon,4; Hamilton, 4; Hernando, 2; "Oh, now I know what you want, but O.Kaonu,T. M., W.H. Wahburtok. T. P. A., H.Hindkrhox, E. P.A. 10 22plomip Ar. ..... Lemon Miami.City Lvl" 5 Nl.
.
Hillsborough, 20; Holmes, .1; Jackson, we call It 'baccy' here!". 0 BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.WM. I9U.IJKTWKKN
NKW SMYRNA AND
This Incident is mind UKANUK CIl'Y JUNC1IO.V.
to
brought
J); Jelfetsnn, II; Lafayette, 3; Lake, 7; my P, CLYDE CO., Oeneral Agents,
by the following words in a letter from 13 Ho. Uelaware Are., Philadelphia.MALLORX .
S Bowline Green.New Torn.
JLoo, 2; Loon, 14; Levy, 4; Liberty, 1 ; ex-Proteotor Cromwell to his daughter ;

.Mntmteo, 7; Madison, 7; MarlonD; Jlon- Elizabeth (published in the English

too, 4; Nnsnail. I; Orange, 10; Osceola, Historical Review); "Adam Bodden,

2; l'asuo, I; Polk, 8; Putnam, 8; St. Baoconist in George Vard, Lumber STEAMSHIP LINE. All trains between New Smyrna and Orange City Junction Dally except WumUy

Johns, 7; Santa Rosa, 6; Sumpter, 4; "
[Lombard] Street. It be conjectured
Suwannee, 8} Taylor, 2; Volusia, 8; "tobaooo" may KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
that underwent decapitation
Wiiukulhi o: Walton 4 Washington 3.
; ,
The counties will select their delegates as early as its derivative, but the Florida, New York, The steamship City ef Key Weotof the Florida East Coast Steamship Compsnr Iw
Philadelphia and Boston. Miami for Key West on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays after arrival of tram from J.
In nnv milliner which may bo deemed "II. E. D. contains no example of son villa, making connections at Kay West with steamers for Havana. Leave Key Wmt I
boat by tho people acting through the 'baccy" or 'bncou" anterior In date From Ilrunsvrlek, (via I'drt Royal, S. C.,)to New York.PASSENOKR p. m. (standard time) on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving Miami next noraii
la time to connect with north bennd
party organization, as recognized by, the to 1833. Notes and Queries.Tha SKKVICK.To train.

last State Convention. make connections with steamers leave Jacksonville on These Time Tables show the times at which trains and boats maybe expected to srrinu
All dcmooiats aio Invited to partlolpato Thursday at 400 p. m.,via Fernandtna,close connection with depart from the several stations and ports, bat their arrivalor departure at th. Urn
In the selection American School at Athens.In Cumberland Route steamers at Fernandina for Brunswick, stated la not guaranteed, nor does the Company hold Itself responsible for any dslsy or Iaoaseqnennes
of delegates thereto .
Supper will be served immediately on leafing Fernandina.1'aHnengers arising therefrom. i
Including those who have become a year of war and rumors of war go at once on board Mallory steamer on arrival atBrunswick. For espy of local time oard call at 228 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, or address

qualified to vote since the last election. an archaeological explorer finds his occupation J.P. BECKWITH, Trafflo Manager. J. u. KAHNER. A.OF1,

The chairman and sociotary of each well nigh gone. Throughout St. Aagattlaa.J3fL. .

county convention held for the purpose the long drawn crisis of the past spring PROPOSED SAILINGS ILr.

of electing delegates to tho State Convention and summer both the Greek government .New York,Pier 21F.. R.,3:30p. m., (Standard Time.) Ev. Brunswick.

ar requested to send Hon. W.A. and the-Groek people behaved toward ...
22
Friday, Apr. 11 RIO OUANDE. Friday, Apr.
ltawlrt, chnliman, Tallahassoe, Fla., a the foreign representatives of science in Friday, Apr. 2a COLORADO . . Friday, Apr. 29RIOGHANDE.
written or printed copy of the proceedings Friday, Apr.i9 .. brlday, Mays:
of such county conventions, together their midst with extraordinary courtesy Friday, Mays ..COLORAtMI..* FridayMay 13

with a list of the names X>1 the detaching them almost entirely Friday, May 13....... RIO GRANDE .....Friday, May 20 Southern

County Executive Committee appointed, from the feelings of irritation or resent* For general Information,steamers,trains,rates, etc., apply to any railroad agent or toCHA8. .
designating theroon the chairman and ment which were manifested toward the .DA VIES,Agent,220 W.Bay St.Jacksonville.IT. .

secretary of such committee. European powers. But with one-half of II. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick, Ga.
C. It.MALLORY,General Agent,Pier 20, K..River, and 302 Broadway,N.Y. mRailwa
the available off :
drawn for
W. A. Kawi.r, Chalcman.J. peasantry

C. CooPKit, Seo'y. the fighting line and reserves, and the

other half able to think and talk of little

Cleveland as"a MuMot. but war, it was naturally difficult to Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad.

effect excavations during the spring.
Grover Cleveland Is for real 1I0BT EXCELLENT 8EEVI0E FLOHIDA.
a mascot 0FIEBED OUT OF
Thus the American school in Athens
New Florida and Northern Air Une and Florida Trunk Line.
estate boomers. He baa made money in which had planned for last spring the
Time Table In Effect May ft, 1808.Bnnp .
largo sums for landholders iu three NORTH EAST WEST.
opening of the campaign whioh Is to ,
,
widely separated parts of the country.
uncover .Corinth, only did about aweek's
*
When he was married, ten years ago, J?II
work/ NORTHERN POINTST0Op.Lv..Jacksonville.
The government was too t 8] ip0.10a
tinting his first term, Mr. Cleveland busy to prncrcd with the promised expropriation THROUGH PULLMAN SBAWIKO ROOM CARS, DINING CAB*

bought for 921,600 a place of 28 acres of the site, and finally the 8jm ,ArT4. 01 a B2ltp 8 IMa THOROUGHFARE C0ACHE3, VESTIBULED TRAINS."WASHINGTON .
in tho snburba of Washington. Until 4 4ftp 4.'aOHOa 'plLv ,\ulee Ar 8 34a 8 4 7 Ma
director, Mr. Rlobardson, bought for 4 20p 9 lop Ar ..Fernanillna..Lv92Sp 7 una 7 0 lp 6 4oa830a
that the of tbo locality
purchase sightliness of 9 Ar.... Everett Ar TOAaSana
himself a small tract east the temple T4ftpM40p 20a B4.1p "
had not been recognized. The .... Ar ,\ Brunswick, Lvll2ApAr. B 4 and there came quickly on remains ofa 13 .. Savannali. ....LvHUApI.v. 4
land was in small farms and there were Olp 47p Tkrenth Vsstlbulsd Drawlng-Room and N '
stoa, which seemed to indioate the 6(Hip UOMpI .. Savannali ..Arfsna S 10a 4 4 via Jacksonville. Sleeping Cars between Tampa
8avanaah
few Washington people who had homes 9 2.lp IWp Ar. Fairfax, S C.LvI4' 3 11a B.ina 2 21p and Columbia, without ehaate.
proximity of the of the city. But
agora 10 4Ap 8 40p ..DenmarkSO 2 24a 4 00a I34p
along the unfashionable The UNITED
pike. president the work was not proceeded with. It isto 9 3Ap 6 Ma Auguiita, Ga B2iinllBSa STATES FAST MAIL."
made some alterations in the comfortable 4 4 24a * Columbia.8. C. 1247aSOOp
old atone house and lived therein be resumed in March, if the expropriation 06p !!:.: II 3na SiNtrtanbiirg 9C" Pullman Drawing Room Buffet Sleeping Can between Jacksonville and Ntw f *
has that time been 1 4 S. >
by duly carried p Ashevllle: C. 2 05p
the summer time. When he went ont through, but the grout depth of the SlAp 9 Ifta Charlotte, N. C. 10 2np 0 3Aa817a Embracing LynchburgCharlottesville..
of office, after two or three seasons'ocoupanoy 930| 10 47a Salisbury, N. C. 8 2Ap Philadelphia
soil will entail great expense. Literature. 10 UpIt U 10p Greensboro, N.C uI3 T20p 7 00a Washington. Baltimore and
of Bod Top, as the place M|> p ' Danville. Va. 07p BSOa2ona
was called, from the brightly painted 6 IMa33Aa 8 4ip Lynchburg, Va. 3 40* :.:/: with close eonneatloa for Loalsville and the Northwest
roof, he sold his 29 acres for #133,000. American Shipping Nowhere. 6 3 p Charlottesville, < 3 1Sp IBSa

But previously thousands of acres surrounding 8 4'a 9 2np Washington 11 Ma 10 4.1a920p Also Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
The statistics of the traffic through smialOina I12np Halttmnre ' 9 4ia

had changed bands. Cleveland the Sues canal in 1890, as given in La iftHa Philadelphia T2naliina 6B.fp Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville, Through t&"LAND
Heights bad been n laid out, an eleptrlo I2 4.IP30p 6 2.1a ' New York 4 SOp
Revue Scientiflque, show that Great SOOp Boston OOp 900a
road had been built, and all of the accessories Britain, with 2,162 ships and 0,817,708 OP THE SKY."

o( real estate speculation on a.grand SOD* TOOpiLv .Jacksonville Ar 9 2ftp 8 ISa
net tonnage, bad 08 per cent of the total 10 laT41p 9 Sp At.... Everett LvT BSOaB2ila 8 4Rp
scale bad been applied.Mr. 1V I * .... Atlanta ... **
tonnage passing through the canal. Slip '
'
Cleveland's nest venture was in 4 1t I OOp ,.Chattanooir*., 10 OOp830a 3l0p !af the l2i0J3!',,,,n M * "'" tektdnlss. sleeping ear reservations, et* app'7"aav
The British tonnage, however, was 4 7 3i>l T l ..Clnclnns .. 8 OOpN agsnl sodisix Railway or Its eoaaeotlona:
desolate of land
tract on Buzzards
per cent less than in the preceding year,

bay. He went there on the rooommen* while the growing trade of Germany
dation of Josepn Jefferson, found good and Russia with the orient was illustrated | la A.SHTPMAU", noHda Pass. Agt. JH West Bay Streee, J ckionTlll FIJ.

Ashing and bought liberally of the rocky by the fuel that the tonnage of SLEEPING CAR SERVICE. V. OULP. W. a. ttjbk, 8. H. HABDWIClTranleVaaarer
-and sandy acres. The history of Red Nos.3B and 36 Fast Mall, Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville, and the.ClncInnatl ,
Germany increased 14 and that of Russia Sleeper via Asheville.Nos. Waealagtea, O. Q Bsj. Pass. Agt., Aut-O PtS'lijlr
Top repeated itself, save that Mr. Cleveland S3 cent. Japan's first 37 and 38 carry through sleepers between Jackxnnrllle and New York In connection with Washington.O. a
did not sell when the boom came. per appearance 8 anal U and T and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa, May i, i8p .
as a trader with Europe in her own vessels No.38 carries sleeper front Jacksonville to Atlanta and Chattanooga. This Is brought to _
Buzzards bay baa come into prominence Jacksonville by No.
is denoted by a record of ten ships
as one of the choicest localities on the All bairirage will be checked from Union Depot. Ttokers will still be sold at the city ticket
and 30,553 net tonnage. Not a single office, 202 Hotran Streetas well as at the Union depot I ticket olfloe.
Atlantic coast for summer homes. The vessel with the stars and stripes at the R. W, CAMPBELL, -assenget Agent. J. K.MAR'HALL.TicLWALTER Agent.203 W Bay St., cor.
land Jacksonville. GOLEM IN,Gen I Traveling Arnt, Jacksonville.R.
\ has and nr.gaa.
gone up up until the advanoea -
masthead passed through the canal. G. M. 1IOLDKN,T.P.A..8C.Augustine, Fla. O. MacDONELL, Gen. Pass. Agent. ff.\BSaW5SWrwMte*-th*. -Ths Advocate Is stni giftaj
parallel those of the first neighborhood This item belongs in the category ofBueuos ataSWWSeU wT"jew" free, tobacco seed of the

to which Mr. Cleveland lent Ayres, with only one American lo.tsSlK ?4' Zlakralti.as Call and get some, with Instruct"-

his name. And now the news is that that tho Indian River its cultivation.By .
vessel iu that port in a year, and Hamburg Remember
Frineoton acres, and especially that jy We would esteem the faror If our
part whioh is said not to have seen an Advocate does all kinds of Job printing
in which the ex-president has invested, at short notice. Send them an order leaders, when writing or calling upon
American vessel in 30 Bulletin Sabscriber t ntio"Iljii
yoar '
years.
are soaring in values. St. Louis GlobeDemocrat. American and bo convinced that It Is the place toha oar advertisers to purchase merchandise, the name-and-dato, allp P !
Geographical Society. etc., would mention the Advocate. to
e job printing done. Ju
your paper or wrapper.

arrears, please remit.















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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATJ5, JUNE 10, 1898.



HOTELS AU-tlic-ycar-round. HOC1KT1KS, KTC.IMlUX .
HOTELS SUMMER RESORTS.ST. STAGE GLINTS.


Ethel Kendal, daughter of the famous HIVKll Giunm. ,

...NEW YORK... AUGUSTINE. and virtuous Mrs. Kendal, la soon l>rlll st the Aimorv, over nounty j ll,ettry
a* ..IP's tiiemlay evening In the month, atSo'nluek.I. .
?3 to appear in vaudeville, It. nlkWAItl', Cavitoia.Y .

The only hotel on the bay. Summer Herbert Kelcey bus gone back on heroics

OCEAN VIEW HOTEL.ST. rates for permanent guests. Excellent and is now playing villain iu"The 1*. C. K.

table. One of the best places on the Atlautto Moth and the Flame." Meet* everv Hiimliiy evening- 6:30: n'cletk.at .
Coast to the rrealiyteriun t linn li.IMihl'KNOKNT .
spend summers.
your
Robins will
Miss Elizabeth shortly
: | ||| AUGUSTINE FLA. Good rUliIng, sailing, and surf-bathing. time in New York
for tho first
For rates, address F. C. 1IAYDEN, Mgr.OKMONI present OlUihll <)OOI> TKMI'LARS.TltiiKVllla .
ISs- city Ibsen's "Iledda Gubler."
Loiltf* No. IT inpi-t* evrry Tiiv.iImwevvntnw
..trS3 | f,3y03r The naughty YvettaGuilbrrt Is going T-10 In I'rt.nl.vlrrliui ehiin ii. ruulte)
muvttnit. IIrot ruuMluy In > < It mom It.C. .
>. to open -Loudon again aud try to A. (lAHD.NKIl. (I. W. tMUlllK.rWt. .
duplicate her New York success. t.T.

Richard Mansfield promises to produce

HOTEL COQUINA ORMOND-BY-TIIE-SEA, FLORIDA. "Henry V" uest season and hopes Free and

*risssiE it will produce, many a V for him.

Open for Summer Season of 1808. Fine surf-bnthlng, fishing, riding, driving Joseph Arthur, it I* said, will send Accepted Masons

and wheeling. Sea Food a Specialty. out the "Salt of the Eurth" next season

M s. M. VANCE, Proprietress. rewritten aud under another name.
Rates, $2.00 per day; $8 to $10 per week.
.
Walter Jones begins to star shortly, ludianKiver Tit in IliaFI.I. >

and it is said he has gone into partnership .

OLIVEH SPRINGS, East Tennessee. with Scott Hayes, a son of the lut6 Lodge, No. IHIlulila

axpresident.Wilton .

Lack ay a will head a stock It. inoellnu* the eveuml am) fourth Frllnv -
OLIVER SPRINGS Anderson Co. East Tenn. company which will inaugurate Its sen- at KMt'h iniinih, at Imlinn IIIm-i hotel, i ;
Tltit.rllle, Rt 1 :;il) |>. in. A, A. mrwitrt, Vt.M.}
son at the Great Northern theater, Chicago J. Munilol, Utofl'y,

| | The most delightful Summer resort In the South. On the Southern Railway; shortly.

W LJSa ** H" r* high up In the far-famed range of the Cumberland Mountains, 1M feet above the Marguerite St John will appear in CHl'ltCllrOM.Kl'tsriil'At.' .

S S 2" o" level of the sea. No mosquitoes. No malaria. Nights always cool. Days never vaudeville at au early date, presenting
a oxcessively warm. Nine mineral springs In the giounds (all different). Special and
version of "Peg Wofllugtou" acomedietta
IS * rates over all railroads. Write for rates and folders. N. F. POWEL, Prop.KIIEA a IIU'RCH.Pervlcn .
3sg entitled "Sully.
= ''nil etui 4th Sniiilnv. In earrtiiioiuh
"An Old Coat" Is the name of the Ht It n m. Mini T:. 1>. m. HtimliiVMihnol
very Htinilitv at I) .in a. m. hvviilnu iir.jnr atUp.
bi: Sl'HINCS, East Tennessee. latest ploy, and it was written by a m. on Weiltte.iluju. Lltany-eervloo every
c 3 a lieutenant ou onn of tha ships of the Friday at Ifta. in.
Arliil >itiMiii II. K. IIiiown, Ittotor.HtKtMtYThltlAN .
white squadron, A. II. Alderdice.It .

JACKSONVILLE.totel .RHEA SPRINGS East Tennessee. is expected that the music hall part
.
( lllltCII.Hrrvlwe
...
.. of Olympia in New York will be opened
every Riihhath at II a. in.anil TMp.m.HtunlHy .
This Celebrated Ilenltli and Pleasure Resort now open. Water renowned for by Oscur UuuiuieraCeiu, who will aot as m IiimiI at HM a. at ( hit., (latuner.ttiipt .
Flacide Opened & Dyspepsia, Kidney and Bladder Diseases. Highly iccommended by physicians for manager for his wife, in whose name 1'rutw mi-etlntt on u. ixlntwilny eventatgt7.M
January, 1894 Insomnia and all Nervous affections. No Malaria. No Mosquitoes. Excellent the lease has boon secured. our>. Ilia eervhwe.Kov.J'AI'I.IIElLinMAN milillu. uie tmnllully Invited te vUmil -

Table. Two hours by rail from Chattanooga. T. B. GORMAN, Proprietor.IrALTOX Tutor.haitist .
,3 center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east ami wostDeblock STAGE GLINTS.

from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. cmmrii.I'renohlnirevery .
Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all trains. Terms $2.60 and
Superior per day QA,
The Sentore Parros makes secret of
William Gillette no
pwards. Special rates by the week. JOHN S. BOWEN, Proprietor.rravelers' .etioml am! foiiMh Sunil.y..
After the late Senator Stock bridge of his wealth. He made over #50,000 lust morning and eveninir. I'ruy.r Mooting* every
Vtvmte.ilHV flvanlnu at t 1X1 n'vim k. Aame'iy
POPULAR SUMMER RESORT. Michigan, who was at heart a man of School every HiiihIiiv atP..na.ni. Almt promt*. >
plain tastes, bad invested nearly $500,. year.Trlxio Frigamut, who has been ill Inir llr t rlnnihty at LniiratiKe. AllareuonlluUjr

Hotel. 000 in a house and fine furniture hn with puenmouia, has recovered her Invited toutunnl. K. N. llsat, r tor.MKTiinniHr .
mid one day to a friend.that he wished health.
. Dalton, Georgia, is now one of the he had a parrot "A parrot 1"' replied
most popular Summer Rosoits in the Maud Granger has been SO years on church.lU'fmlitr .

This hotel is now under new management, and has been thoroughly renovated South climate delightful, scenery superb the. visitor. "A parrot, Btookbridget the stage, aud yet she bus never enjoyed eorvli'e.' nverv IIrut, thlnl uml ronrtfinnitilHta
iroughout. beautiful cltives, good livery. What on earth do you want with a parrot a benefit t II n. m. ami T (HI m. Huliilnyni

Bun meets all Trains, and. Electrlo Cms pass door. Bath rooms and all Hotel Dalton is the home of the resort- ?" "I'll tell yon, Jim," said Stock- Frank L. Perley Is to produce "De- hoof every Htmiliiv Miiint.iv at nt JtilMi III p.INI nt.a. m.Iraver Kpwortlal.mtg'iifleiti'h meet-

oivenleoces on every floor. seeker and commercial traveler. Elegantly bridge in a whisper tc low that the ladies Inn every llmrailiiv nliihtat T:IHI oVIoi-k. 'Ihnl
Bon uie Drier Bush' at Chicago
in the should not hour aide the tilln.' Al next
built electilo bells, elevator, telephone room
OPEN ALL THE YEAR.Eatet ,
on Caster Monday.It r)limly weli'niiiii at onruliurvUervlue
hot and cold baths on every floor. It "I want a parrot to sit on a perch *.
: American Plan, $2.00; European, 60o to $1. Special by the week. Special rates to families. Many come over that door and my every time 1 is intimated that Daniel Frohman A, W, J. lIKrVT, 1'a.lor.OATHOI.K .

FELIX GARCIA, Prop.le each summer from lower Georgia and come In, 'Here oomes that fool may star Julie Opp and her husband,

Floiida. that built this shanty.' New York Mr. Lorraine, next season. aiUKt'H."orvlio. .

Further information given byD. Tribune. Jennie Reiffurth has made a mont At 10 n. in. everv Hnniluv, In lief*
_________
Cor. & L. DETTOK, Prop., Chun-It hiillillnir. North 'litu.vllle. Chllilren'ateaterhl.ut
Bay Bridge Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA, pronounced success as Mother Uokim-
Dalton, Ga, Lady Clara.tJ&T ut 8 p. m.Iticv..
Elliot Under new management. E.ich department baum in "The Ureal Diamond Rob .J. K, O'ttovLR,lleoter.MIM .
furnished with all modern "
absolutely new improvements. bery. =s
Overlooking the St. Johns liiver.ithln .
nnd Puul Arthur
Bouclcault
three blocks of the Union-depot, Clyde S. S. Co., and new postoflice. All Three Quocr TenneiM. Fanners."There Aubrey < 11'AIh
of "Trelawney of thuWells"
lectrlo cars pass the door. Free Bus. la in TenuesHO a family of are in the oust

Rates* European, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 per day. American, from $2.00p three sisters w hiuh presents soino of the iu London and are credited with TOWN t'OUNCIt.mavor .,
per day. making a suaoesa -, | K. H. Hinlth, initr.ft.ill
most startling peculiarities imaginable. >. It, I'rltehnnl, tit* enllertnri a. ft.> iiIiiiiiIIiikhitin -
M. and William
O. FINLEV, ," said Mr. .1 J. Kennedy of thulstate. Popular Barney Fuglu elerk nml it.Hi-.Nori Minor K. .lonve. JiiinIt

Jacksonville, Fin.1VERETT . "The three sisters li\e together Phelon, the well known feuilletonist, Walker, niiiiitnllinnii, K. I.. Ilrmly'Ilia,rotinrll.1. M. I nii-vta>li..r .W..r.ouUami K.Knnx .

on a farm, their sole means of subsistence have nearly completed au Irish oouiedy" fourth Momlay* In each mouth.HO .

and work curly and late to earn alivelihood. drama called "Tho Gamekeeper.

Two of them work in the There are now six stock oompanles InPhiladelphia. A 111) OK TRAUr,

HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. field; tho third does the cooking and Four aro devoted to melodrama Meet.eterveei'iitul Weilue.iliiy nlitht In eecft
month nt H ihi o'olnok In rtMima over itmtoHleewJmlice
other housework."There one to minstrelsy (the only cue M, r).Jonva, |ire liiunt| Win. M. Drown.Ireimiiteri .
is but.on* period of tho year in existunue), and the other to opera. .1, tl. limit, .erretary,

Largest, best, and coolest; choice rooms for summer, $1.60, $2, $;l, $3 weekly, when any member of the trio has anything Sarah Bernhardt'* son Maurloe is

lletator, baths, bell service, etc CIIAIILES A. OAKES. to suy to uuy other member. All working iu collaboration with HenriAmio OtlNTY tlinrlCKUM.BCHOOI. .

during the winter, spring and summer ou a dramatisation of UeorgeBaud's

they go about their business with the novel "Gabriel. Tho play Is tobe HOAItll.

TITUSVILLE.ITIDXAuZfcT seal of silence on their lips. When fall produced by Sarah Bernhardt at the .1. H. Km.wilrn Tltu.vlllni A, L. lUtili, t ItjrI'ulnti

comes and the crop is harvested they Renaissance next year.I H. f.tllUiia, Mnlbonme.COUNTV .

break the silence and then only to quarrel
[ SXTrZE-IEe HOTEL COMMIrlttONKIII4.W. .
the division of the proceeds.
over >utchinea of tha feevauteentli Century.
each bos succeeded in getting all II. Hharia| Hhariie., dm I rmum JiMentaMnncli'l
When These Dutebmon, heavy footed, solid, iJtHr.nu.j ,1, It. Walker, lltHMVlll.j.Inn.
that she thinks possible, silence reigns in the seventeenth century, Iloii.ton, Kail Onlllei.f.N Waller, Ankiwa.Keirnlar .
grim, wore
e..loueara heltl flras Momlay In eaehi
harvest time. The
until the next
TITUSVILLE, again The Lady Clara Vers da Vera to use the phrase of a French writer, month,
sisters, as yon may judge, have made a In her right and proper sphere "the Phoenician* of the modern world,
name for themselves. They are known Tha ooinnion crowd Is not too near. "
Indian River.Fla. Pick Mo Up.Be the wugouors of all seal. Tbey wore COUNTY OVriCIALH.
far and near as the 'deaf and dumb triplets
the commercial heir* of Venioe. The Minor 8..Tone., Tltimvllla, iioiiiitv jnilxetr*.
although such a title is scarcely lacked Enterprise.A Ore of their long struggle for freedom I,, llaiihlan, Tltn.vHIe, |iro.etiiitlnr attorney }
Washington Post A, A. Hlewart, Tltiumllo, rlerk iilronit ronrtr J.K. .
appropriate. candidate for a small office furnished had given to tho national character the Wootwi, < im'iiu, tas a.mt.rori K. W. 1111.tthiirpii .
a veteran voter with campaign edge aud temper of steel. They had *, tax nollei'tori .Folio flenry, Titii.vllle,
V.rdl Mil Ills Work. II. Courtenav, .uperlnteail-
.1 Hhiiim.
treitnnreri
funds. "Take this money," be said, swept the Spanish flag from the seas. rut I'liljllit lii.triM'tliiiit J- OITrlee lltnavllle,
Open All The Year. Verdi is spending, his time and much "and go to work for me. It's for com'paign The carrying trade of tho world was in t-onnty enrveyor| J.1*. lirown,Tltu.villi),iherUI.Alttnt .

of his money in building au asylum for expenses." their hands. Tbey fished iu all waters,

superannuated ninjiciuua in Milan. The The voter took it and went to work, traded in all ports, gathered the wealth llt'itiitifiil I'lacM on Indian

building is advancing rapidly toward but the day before election the cuurii- of the world under all skies, and as fur
Only a few minutes' completion and will be finished in a few date discovered bis man working hard a* murine qualities were concerned Jtlvcr, for Halt', at u CI rent
walk from Railway stations Caruillo Boito, brother ofVerdi's
months.
have boon web footed.
for his opponent might almost Iliirirnlii.
and Steamboat land
friend and collaborator, ArrigoBoito heasked. is land without ambition
"What do you mean by that? Holland today a
ings.On has charge of the construction of "Didn't yoo promise to see ue comfortable, fat, huuvy bottomed.In The famous Turkey Creek Grove, * the banks of the
the asylum, which will cost 600,000 through?" the middle of tha seventeenth century of 14 ni'tos of orange grove anil
'far-famed Indian River. in addition to which'Verdi will 10 ncte* of bind fronting on Imllan Itlvernnd
francs, "Dut's wbut I done, snh, an I got Holland proudly claimed to be the
bequeath it funds yielding an annual through wld you yesterday. I foun' oat greatest uu\al power iu the worH, and and Tuikey Tillman Cieek poatofHoe, with steam and bout rnllroatl landing
It will
WEST PALM BEACH.eminole income of 70,000 frunes unci will contain accommodate a in de niuk er tlnvi dat you ain't da man by during euauiunshlp, great fleets, famous station on the F. K. V. ft'y. On theplaoe

100 people for de offloe. i'ou ain't enterprisinenough. admirals and a world encompassing lying on the west side of Indian

concert hall and chapel, besides ample his You give me |20 ter work fet trude it went far to justify that Itlver, tlirue miles south of Melbourne,

liviug uceouiniotlatioua. In spite of yon, an de yuther feller come long m. boust L'oruhill Mugazlne.Ifarnan two miles from Atlantlo ocean beach.

Hotel 84 years Verdi goes every week from put np $S0. We wants enterprisin meiitin About -lor) good bearing orange trees,

Bant* Agata to Milan to inspect the office, we does." Chicago Time* Meehnnl.m lUqelree a Lobr'eant."Oil balance In young trees, will yield about;

progress of the woik.Trenbte Herald. I* ulv ays required for lub.lcut- IXX( ) boxes this year. Csu be mad >
__ to yield 21)1)0) boxes a year In two years.Hervant'a .
OPEN ALL THE YEAR. log, and the human machine is not au
The Law Healaeee."Haven't bouse and good packing house*
WEST PALM BEACK, FLORIDA. la Mm Faaally. see you lately," said the exception," say* Mrs. S. T. Rorer, telling and rooms above. Oood fishing, quail,

This hotel is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close toh "We gave np having a coat of arms." first lawyer."No how dyspepsia may be cured, in TheLadles' deer and duck hunting up Turkey Creek;
Boats attached to the hotel Home Journal. "Fats, however, flue harbor for boats; lovely river front,
railway depot. Free'buss to and from trains. "Why? replied the second lawyer."We've .
'''to fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00 per day and "My husband said my griffin wouldn't moved. must in esses of intestinal indigestion with beautiful forest trees. Hammock;
be used sparingly and ourefully. Ten lands for sale cheap. Apply toI
Pwards ancestral milk "
; special rates by the week or month. look well dragging his "Where are you now?
2APF Proprietor. olive oil day ). L. (tAVUMKSt,
GEORGE Record. drop* of pure once a maybe
Chicago Our
wagon. "Over in the Utopia building.
Atty. for owners,
tukeu either after the noon or nlgblmeal.
firm's got a suit of seven offices.Seven TltusvlUe, Fla.
Mat tha Fleaeaateat Way of Putting IW offices? What can you possibly It may be put on a piece of bread
-
Invalid Ob, doitor, I'm afraid I'm do with so nisny?" and thoroughly masticated. Well made

IOMESEEKERS pretty well at death's doort "Weil, tbey don't cost much. The butter is an exceedingly good form offat.

Doctor Don't jou worry, my dear office building business Is overdone in but should be used without salt Ateaspoouful HEAD ACHE
of"cream taken slowly, held
ir. We'll pull yon through. Punch.Ha this city. We've got a lot of de.ks, andwe'll
in the mouth and then swallowed, will
fill them with clerks from the
up
Who a Home in the iMwan't Look It."I colleges. They don't coat anything at also answer the purpose. Dear in mind Mtse>fta Mf wife ana anrawlrfcavw sweat
Seeking
are and tha best
that a small quantity of any one of aalNst CAMCAIClC'Kt they are
hope you'll excuse my curiosity, alt""That's tnedluloe we have aver ba4 la the hooaa. Laat
the dachshund these frequently administered Is much week my wife was fraatls wits headache for
aid the greyhound to so, said lb* first lawyer,
the undersigned borne than the whole two days, aha tried eomaof yoorCASCAKKTM,
South should send to sit down? Indianapolis more easily quantity .
"but can, you really "and they ain't worth anything. and they relieved the aaloj la bar head almoat.Imsa.dUtely.
Journal.la "True again," replied tha second at m single done We Omas.hota reeeenmead IvransronD.J Caaearata.. "

lawyer, "but they'll make show and >Ittbur* Safe Deposit Co., Pliuburf, PaCANOV -.
for a of the tha Weather.Col' impress clients." Preae re4ey feed.
copy
win* blow la hn da eaa' an was'. The law and the offloe building businesses While Sherman was "out in tha air"
I shiver, en I ..hirer.a. and the ration
En I .hirer an between Atlanta se *
birds freesln la da snow boon' Bee. seem to have faIan upon Strang* I m., amv CATHARTIC
Florida Coast Homeseeker. Ea UT da U'l*Chilian boUerla ler kiverlCol' times, this being a true report of an actual sometimes got a little short, say* an exchange

East time*, believers.En conversation. Buffalo Express.Ckl.aae but the men were good naturod
da bllaaard la da shy. about ItOna

Bat w'ea die Ufa la over day an ofilcer found a soldier eating
vaae* Maaa aeawrtaeo
Tou'U warn np by en by I ICol' e a *. I.eala."It's .
a persimmon that be had picked
_ W have land, for Fruit Growing. Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for wis' blowln fom da eaa' en was*. hard to die so young," said the up and cried out to bin I "Don't eat

H, ter an<1 Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest In tb* United States.pp'y Good Lewd, Uaeea en deliver I IPe turkey, "but I'm thankful for one thing that t It'* not good for yon I""I'm
etorat dee roekia er da konas tea res', anyway." Pleaant. Pataiable, Poteat. Tuna Oeoit. DmGood.
not eatin it becaase if* good,
w.Ji 4s UT Chilian boUerla fee kiverlCol' "What's that?" asked toe..oyster."I'm Never Slekee. Weak.n.o*Gripe,10a. lAe.Wo.
ctntea, believer*, was tha reply. "I'm tryin to pucker upmy ... OURS CONSTIPATION. ...
in Louis
served St
toJAS. L d Comm.M.oner, Ea a bllaaard la da aby, not to be stomach so as to fit tha size of tha weey.CMaie a n.Sew fere. Mr0TOBAO
E. INGRAHAM. Bat w'ea die Uie la over replied the turkey, "so I'll not be eatan ration* Uncle Billy Sherman's a-givio
FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, Ttrail warm np by ea by! With a ha lie. Chicago News. I<tSlffSA&llUBg-
F. L Btanton In Chleaaa Tltnee-I

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INDIAN RIVER' ADVOCATE; JUNE 10. 1898.



S3T" Reading notice ads. on this page PROGRESS OF THE WAR. American vessels bombarded Santiago S"W OwA.-Ee-l= OXJxJ
are five cents per lloe per week.T. and coast fortifications. Six killed, 17 BOBBINS & GRAHAM ,
wounded board Reina
on Mercedes, 3
Lovett A Carroll.
Successor to )
\ m.A Principal Happening, of (ha Weak. officers killed, officer and 17 men wounded (

Port Antonio, June 1. Commodore among troops. Damage Inflicted on ...Ti/i.'wy ors. GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All
Schley determined to test the batteries batteries La Socnpa and Morro unimportant. Kinc

SCI J of Santiago their location de Cuba and to-day capacity., and ascertain At Enemy .had Morro"noticeable barracks losses."damaged. WILL PRACTICE.IN STATE AND Crockery, Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Your patronage >McM
'
1:13: o'clock the Massachusetts signaled London, June S. The Paris correspondent UNITED STATES COURTS. FLORIDA.
the Iowa and the New Orleans to form of the Standard says : The
column and follow, The heavy 12-Inch French and Russian governments are
of the Massachusetts and the 12- exchanging views as to the expediency
guns
Inch guns of the Iowa were ordered to of subjecting such conquests as the ABSTRACTS of Title Famished 33Xj- ZBZB-sA-2D"S- S q
United States may make and hold good ,
on the Cristobal Colon, while the
S. WOOD. New open Orleans' large calibre guns were to in China seas to European sanction, at a for Lands In Brevard and Dade Groceries; Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple a Fancy Groceries ft
.. conference or congress. ,
open on the forts, so as to draw their
fire. It is believed the Cristobal Colon Cape Haytien, Haytl, June 8, 6:10: p.m. Connties.We And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, nay. Bran, Cotton Seed Meal r
DRY GOODS CLOTHING was bit twice, but not seriously damaged. It Is reported here that a great battle Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusiv.i
has taken place at Calmanera, In the We Invite correspondence and solicit
The entire set of forts opened Are, the above line of goods. your your patron
NOTIONS and Gent*' KuruiahIngs. and the object of expedition was attained. bay of Ouantanamo.At have a large List Very truly,- E. L. BRADY A BRO., Tltusville ]
half past 5 o'clock yesterday morning
(Tuesday) five ships of the American of Lands owned by
401 and 400 Went Bay Street, Rear Admiral Sampson, during Friday
JACKSONVILLE FLA. morning, decided to close the narrow squadron opened a heavy bombardment
harbor entrance of Santiago deC'uba by of the fortifications of the town. ourselves and clients. Losley <& MotloTOV
sinking the collier Merrlraao, loaded There was a perfect halls of bombs in

JOSEPH ZAPF. with coal. In the channel. lie called for the bay. striking and demolishing many Price for unimproved
... volunteers to go to almost certain death, houses beyond the fortifications. (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
WIIOI.K4AI.K PKALKItAnheuserBnsch and -J,000 men offered themselves. Lieut. London, Jane 9. The Washington lands $3 to $100
Hobson and six men were chosen, and at correspondent of the Daily Chronicle, Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and Wlils.ii
Brewing Ass'nFamous 3 p. tn.. Friday morning, the Merrlmac, with the approval of General Greely, acre.
under her own steam, entered the channel cables the following: per Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout.A .
St. Louis Lager Beer. under a terrific Spanish fire. The The army sailed from Tampa at noon
vessel was riddled with projectiles, but to-day (Wednesday). The force numbers First-class Line of Cigars. * Billiard and Pool Table
Sold by Lesley <& Motlow, Tltusville. 27,000 men, composed of infantry, WE have a few Residence, Orange
he anchored and swung around. Lieut.Ilobson Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to .
WHOLESALE I.Kll'OH DEALER, then set off an Internal torpedo cavalry, artillery, engineers and a signal Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY A MOTLOW, Titusvllle.ri n.orders.
with an electric attachment; there was corps.
West Day St., Jacksonville, and a explosion, the Merrlmac sank, the General Shatter Is in chief command locations. Prices Reasonable.
Sanford, Fla. channel was closed, and Admiral Cerverais of the force, which is convoyed by the
now unable to escape. battleship Indiana and the gunboat DL.. 3FL. IDIESOXSLEHFl. c3 CO.-
With the fleet off Santiago de Cuba, Helena, with the training ship Bancroftas TITUSVILLE
HENRY R.THOMAS\J Nicholas General Shatter's floating home. Offices : ]::: Will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of
June 3, via Mole St. Kaytl, and MIAMI.
June 4. All.the members of the Merrl The transports are due at Santiago,
....LA YILLA PHARMACY, mac expedition are safe, only two being Friday night or Saturday morning, and CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
slightly Injured. They are being held as a landing will be attempted on Saturday.
Keeps all Kinds of prisoners of war. The news of their This should be effected without difficulty ..H. H. DICKEY.. DRESSED AND ROUGn.

Pare Drags Fancy and Toilet Articles. wonderful escape was sent to Bear and no doubt by Sunday, Or Monday Also Mouldings and Turned Work, Brick, Lime, Cement, Crates of all description
Admiral Sampson by Admiral Cervera.tlio at the latest, the Stars and Stripes
will float over Santiago de Cuba. FINE GROCERIES. O ituLSillo Floridt
Prices to suit.SOI Spanish admiral belug so struck with .. ,
Another that the troopships
report says
the courage of the Meirimao's crew that
Adams St., cor. Madison, he thought the American admiral should were ordered to return to Port

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. know that they had not lost their lives. Tampa, where they were yesterday.
Admiral Cevern's chief of staff, Captain STAPLE ARTICLES in STTie- rcE-]

Oreldo, boarded the New York under a Material tor the War. ,

flag of truce, and returned with a supply I represent the Old Hartford, Liverpool and London and Globe, Aetu
Pineapple Slips and Suckers. and for the Fruits &
of provisions. money prisoners. Some people had an Idea that the Vegetables. Providence & Washington, Fireman's Fund, and Sun Mutual.23T" .

steamer St. Sebastian had finished her Lowest rates guaranteed. Write for rates, etc., toC.
Port au Prince, June 4. After the
to Key West but we understand Special attention given to Mail Orders.
trips ;
bombardment the Spaniards blew up that this is nbt the case, as she has Give us a trial and you will be pleased.TITUSVILLE S. SCHUYLER, Agent,
with the sunken American
dynamite and four Tltusville Fla.Tltusville .
two mortar carriages gun carriages ,
collier, and have since been at work FLORIDA.
to take to the Island City. The
clearing the'channel' so as to permit
mortar carriages have arrived at Tltusville
Admiral Cervera's fleet to put out to sea
should the Cadix squadron, under Admiral and Capt. Howard la'getting everything James Pritchabd, President; W. M. Bbowst, Vice-President;

Camara, arrive in Cuban waters to Key West.NdToHm In readiness. for their shipment to East Coast Meat Market C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
relieve the blockaded ships.
Off Santiago, via Kingston, June 4.
for riftjr Cents.
The last cable strand was cut by the Guaranteed tobsoee habit ears,makes weak DUREN, Agent.Mr. INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN]
dispatch boat Dolphin this afternoon. men strong-, blood pure, too,11. All druggists ee
The first cable picked up was that running
to Kingston, and was found early (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
this morning. The coast connections Fort Pierce.
were cut. Tills ends the cable-cutting Authorized capltat, $100,00

operations begun a month ago. Paid up capital, $25,00
Washington, June 4. No end of bad W. J. Tucker paid Tltusville aJeter Average deposits, $160,00
feeling has been caused In official circles visit last week.

here over the Imbroglio between the Lane left for to take
Attention Pineapple Growers. Tampa a Transacts General BaniinBusiness.
a
naval and civil authorities at Key West, position there. -
Write Lake Worth Fruit Co. box 217 resulting from the charges of Cadet PS
,
left for Miami
Jones regarding the treatment of the Joe Bryant Monday .
West Palm Iteach
Fla., what will
you the at West. In evening, on business.G. .
take prisoners on prizes Key
for pineapples, F. O. J I. It. U.
State all particulars. spite of explanations and the result of Bevill Is on a visit to his wife and Largest and Oldest Bank on tbe RIv
the investigation, it Is not believed that
few weeks.Dr. .
family for a -
the matter will be allowed to drop. Florida.MILLINERY. Exchange sold on all Foreign Countnei
Fancy, Pineapple Blips & Stick Madrid, June B, Letters received Piatt's wife spent a couple of days

era for Sale.Abbakas from San Juan, Porto Itlco, re-assert at Jensen last week.Mrs. DIRECTORS:
that Admiral Sampson bombarded the and jAS.PRITOHAKD,'W.B.BAIlXETTlre( lllfor
.
McCarty son were ploasant
town without notice, firing 700 shells. tbe National Bank of Jacksonville),JDchkkb
Egyptian Queen, Golden have been visitors in town Saturday, (Vlce-PreMdent National Hank
The losses said to
<{ Porto Itlco Smooth and Spanish are Jacksonville and W. M. Bkows.
uoen, Cayenne )
Rod seven killed and seventy wounded. The Capt. A. J. Lewis left Sunday, for a . .
Spanish. Apply toMaihhick .
Oovernor Oeneral's residence, the bar visit to Jensen and West Palm Beach. CORRESPONDENTS.Seaboard
A Mattiiams."Palm National Bank of New York
Beach Pinery," rack's, and a number of houses were The tradeboat Merchant, Capt. Michael and DRESSMAKING.Eilarat National Bank of Jacksonville. MTITUSVIX.LE

Went Palm Beach, Fla. damaged. left here Monday for np the'river.
Kingston, Jamaica, June 0. A dispatch DBTL-rV.
from Port Antonio says ; "A Sheriff Brown was around town shakIrfg -
Fancy lNneupple Plants.Ilardy vessel that hns arrived here from Santiago hands with his many friends last
de Cuba reports that the Americans week.Mrs..

vigorous, grown without shelter sank the Spanish torpedo" boat destroyer D. Bryant, o( Hobe Sound, was ESTABLISHED 1875.Wm. .
smooth-leaved Cayenne, Abbaka Terror on Friday night. visiting Mrs. Storman for a few days
and Jamaica Klpley plants for sale.E. Washington, June 0. The Navy Department last up week. A. BOURS & CO....
C. U. Tymdali., at 2 o'clock posted the followog -
Waveland, Fla bulletin: Owing to the sickness of Rev. Outland
"Admiral Dewey reports that the Insurgents last Sunday, the Rev. Allen took his GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS

have been actively engaged place, and held services morning and
Pineapple 81ip* anil Sucker* within the Province of Cavite during the evening. 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
have several victories | handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. stock of Ha
For Sale, past week. They won bathhouse has been' erected A complete
taking prisoner about 1,800 men A large the Cora, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright andaric
Gns Tucker's place on peninsular
Of the following varieties Smooth and fifty officers of the Spanish troops, on few of our prominent citizens. ItIs at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-AUen Fertilizer Co.B .
Cayenne, Envll Cities, Abbakas and not native. The arsenal of Cavite has by a convenient for surf bathers and NiKi SSi11 Iir9nI'5tewlAnar8to'! Onage tree and Vegetable Fertiliser,IMr Grmn
Red Spanish, grown from young plants been prepared for occupation by United very r ? ?otMl Sulphate Potiah, Kalnlt, eto. These fertilisers bav
Is a popular place. superior tbe market,and a trial will
quite convince. Send for Catalogae free.
and without cover. For pi Ices, call onor States troops upon their arrival on trans
address C. A. Hohinsox, ports."
Kdon, Indian River, Fla. Havana, June 7. At) 8 o'clock this *Taar Bowels tTlth Ouceret*.
morning twenty war vessels of the American Candy Cathartic, cure eonetlpmtlon forever.I0oSSo. Mail orders solicited. Satisfaction OPENER,
fleet opened lire upon the forts at If C.C.O.fall,druggists refund money. guaranteed.Mrs. DEWEY'S EYE
For Sale. the entrance to Santiago harbor and That has shown the Nations of the worl
along the coast line. The firing ceased [Send the Advocate an order for any Helen -W.Tltusville. Reynolds, that we occupy a prominent place anion
Fine. healthy Porto Klco and Abbakaslips. at about 11 o'clock. job printing you need.] Fla.JAS. them, was his bravery, coolness and wonderful
London, J une7. A special to the Financial naval tactics at Manila. We have a
Lakr Wouth Frcit Co. News from Cape Haytien, dated eye opener In our pure, high-grade Bake
Box 217, West Palm Beach, Fla.GEO. r
Monday, says: Whiskey, that will show the people
"At daylight this morning the American Florida that there Is no better tonic or stir _
W. DAVISON & CO.. troops landed at Agnadores, a few PRITCHARD & SON: ulant for medicinal and family use to
miles east of Santiago de Cuba, undercover ... this superior Baker whiskey. We keep t''
Pratt & Produce Commission Merchants. of Admiral Sampson's guns. The finest stock of wines, liquors and beer i
batteries were first silenced after sharp saiondciunrtors the State.

Florida Products; Oranges, PINEAPPLES bombardment," for JOHN CLARK SON & CO.,
; Watermelons, Tomatoes and Kingston, Jamaica, Tuesday, Juno 7
other vegetables a specialty. (noon). The American fleet this morning Commission Merchants and dealers
307-300-311-313 Poydras Street, engaged the Spanish batteries defending Groceries, Grain, Coal, Wines & U the entrance of the harbor of JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
NEW ORLEANS, LA.Refnr Santiago de Cuba, and after a three- Hardware *
prod
to local agents of all Express Co*., lnoalfretKht hours bombardment silenced nearly all Kit Consignments of country
agent of the Umlavtlle A Naahvllle R'y, the fortifications, destroyed several solicited.
iJormanU Naft Hank,Metropolitan Hank, K.O.
earthworks, and rendered the Estrella
and Cave batteries, the two principal

Established 1890.T. fortifications, useless.
The Brooklyn and the Texas caused Agricultural Implements, Crockery. Lamps ROGERS
havoo among the Spanish batteries,
F. PARK & CO., quickly silencing them. While the and Glassware, Fishing Tackle, and Ammunition

larger ships were engaging the heavy Importers and Wholesale Grocers..Provisions .
batteries, the Suwanee and the Vixen Stoves, Tinware and barbed wire.TITUSVILLE. .

Merchants. closed with the mull ln-.hore battery, Grain Hay Flour Grits Meal Etc..
opposite them, raining rapid-tire shots ,
upon it, and quickly placing the battery FLORIDA.
out of the Sole Agents forFAIRBANK to tbe tr *
Receivers of Florida Fruits fight. Our business confined
The firing of the Beet continued until CANNING neitbn
10 o'clock, when the Spanish fire ceased CC. I only. Orders from consumers

and Vegetables. entirely, and Rear Admiral Sampson BRAND CANNED MEATS. solicited nor desired.
hoisted the "cease firing" signal.
Oranges, Pineapples and Florida Generally, the firing of the fleet was BRICK I Quotations made "
Fruits a Specialty. very destructive. Many of the earthworks promptly on application
were knocked to pieces, and the
References: CI tlzens' Exchange Estrella and Catallna fortifications were
> 1 Bank, Richmond, Vs.; Irving National so damaged that It Is questionable "VP-AjXI
Bank, New York. whether they will ever be able to renew JACKSONVILLE BRICK >
any effective work during the war. CO.

Stencils and ny Information desired After the fleet had retired, the Spaniards Hides, Fnrs, Wool Alligator Skins Tallow Bees-Wai Etc,
furnished on application. returned to some of their guns, ,
and sent twelve shells after the fleet. 20 St. Jacksonville BT THE
37 Jay Street, Hut no one was injured. One large shell Hogan Fla.

NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. fell close to the collier Justin. SOUTHERN
Throughout the engagement no Write ns for prices and save yonr money. We make HIDE & SKIN CO.
American ship wss hit, and, to American

FOR SALE, Cheap, a Newspaper and was injured.If hardest least absorbent and best Handlers of Skins in the State]
the brick made in
Job Printing plant, nearly new, at one the Spaniards stuck to their guns, Florida. REFERENCE
of the beat towns im.the East Coast. and all evidence Is to the contrary, their : National Bank State of Florida.
Address, C. II. W loss must have been to million Office, Rob
heavy. Can supply up a on short notice. Building. Hide Warehouse 448 to 443, Jackson St.
Advocate office, Tltusville, Fla. Madrid, June 7. Cervera cables

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