Title: Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00189
 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Uniform Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville,Fla. ; Indian River City
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Publication Date: June 24, 1898
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River (Fla. : Lagoon)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079909
Volume ID: VID00189
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31876449
alephbibnum - 002071721
lccn - sn 96027113
lccn - sn 96027113
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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16. USTo. TITUSVILLE, FIL-A.., FRIDAY, J UHSrii] 24 1S9S. 3x ice, 5c.

LOCAL NEWS BELTS, Ties, Bows, Scaifs, Ribbons, J3F-BOOKS, CLOCKS, Eto. a nice assoitment VICTOR BICYCLES at reduced prices. BOYS SUITS, ages lto\ 14, at *1.25 per AMONG THE HOTELS.Wiiriik .

Buttons, handkerchiefs in Natlpn.ilcolors. at Screven's Drug Store, You can get the best wheels at tho suit; "good value." G. A Walker.

General Interest.rety Gaidner A Walker.Kline's Tltusvlllo. best pi ices atF. to stop. See list of hotels on
Topic* W. Bkeiis
Bd FRUIT AND VEGETABLES ON our 7th pago.Tho .
Have pal l St. Augustine, Fla.
you your subscription to
the Advocate ? If not do WINDOW SHADES, Screen cloth, llnolium THE EAST COAST. Auvocatk Is now on lllo at all
please so.
| nil General Gossip In connection mattings, trunks. Uaidner A W.Mr. the best hotels in Now York city.Wheio .

Llih Blsosvae Buy, Lake Worth, Indian, Judge M. S. Jones returned to town Fish W ardeim for rtrevsrd.
Rivera, West Wednesday from his down-iiver Attention Is drawn to tho pineapple do you Intend going this suiumei -
Halifax Key tiip. .
ii n and R. R. Rlcou and little son, of
n slip advts. on our 5th and Sth pages.Tltus V Roud Hummer tesoit advts. on 7thpage.
Lad all other Important Polnta along the Capt.V.. II. Sharpen, of Sharpes Eden, came up to town yesterday. The follow lug persons have been appointed .

Jrii.t Co t of Florida. Brief mention ofliwrmtlnir spent a fow hours in town Wednesday.Dr. to look after the welfaie of Florida >tllo's stores have boon well supplied
Numerous have been
Events from Various Part* flag poles erected tlsh, and to seo that the law is faithfully with wateimelons, pineapples and Manager G. Butlor Smith, of Hotel

if the World s About People You Know Leon A. Peek, of Melbourne, on Washington avenue this week inleadiness can led out In Bievard county; peaches this week.A Key West, infoims us that his house Is

End People Vou I>on't Know Picked was in tow n a short v,Idle on Monday.Mr. for the Fouith.Mr. Warden, A. A. Ford, St. Lncle; deputy- of flvo peoplo from Reams full to ovei How lug.Mr. .

Society Editor and a larRe Matt Will Stanley Jones tetmned to town wardens, T. A. Robinson, Titusville; II.W. patty
lp Our Watton of ( lifton
by was in were at Vero last week buying melons. Leon Desidand, of the Palmetto
If correspondent* scattered along the town from his Klonrlyko place yesterday, Nichols, Clly Point; A. J. Crosby,
Tuesday, en louto home fiom a They bought n wagon load, the laigvst house, Daytona, has leased tho Loxhurst
V.t Count of Florida. visit to Cocoa. biinging with him a tuitlo and tame Coooa; E. X. Kinnard, Eau Gallle; J. A. weighing titty pounds. house, Haines Fulls, N. Y., for the summer
fawn. McDonald, Fort Pleice.Iteath .
Miss Canie China returned to Minis The watei melons aie being destroyed season.

THE ADVOCATE, Tuesday, after a pleasant stay of several Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold of Mrs. Iredell.We by 'ooons ami rats us soon ns they begin Hotel Coqulna, Oimond, Is verv highly

in advance.flOO weeks in tow n.Eev. dlvino services at St. Gabilel's Episcopal to 11 pen, and the crop has proven neatly spoken of ns a summer result. The lino
1.50 annum,
per' months ' church, Titusville, on Sunday next, the a failure In the Ankona section. bench and suif bathing Is a great attiaction -
six A. V. Iliscoek, of Georgian*, 2lith Inst., at 11 a. m. and "::!(> p. m. regret to learn, from a telegram to tho guests,
ii 00 per an. to foreign counti ies.Sever has been spending a couple days at the received by Mis. D. L. Gaulden, of this From twelve acres planted In tomatoes
Indian River hotel.Mr. Attorneys Geo. M. Bobbins and D.L. 11,000 crates were shipped by Joseph Mr. Fiod C. King, tho Royal Polnolann's -
fail to read our inside pages.m Gaulden have been in Orlando a day place, that bar aunt, Mrs. C. Iredell, ofElmlra
And something to In- N. Y. died at her home last Jennings, of Cocoannt Gtove, and 2A0 popular room clot k, now holds a
will always II. A. Holmes of valued ,
one our or so this week, attending to some legal
els Irish similar at the Grand Union
bun from ten acres planted In position
Fort Drum subscribes Friday. Many of our roadeis will, no
test you was in town matters beforo Jutlgo Juo. D. Broome.Dr. .
hotel N. Y.
a short while Tuesday. doubt, remember this genial lady, who potatoes. Saratoga,

Heading notice ads. are ten cents and Mrs. Geoigot. Hill have spent tho winter at the Indian River hotel The steamer St. Augustine arrived atTltusvlllo Men aie now at wotk on a bicycle path
flino oo this page.Mr The kitchen roof of Liveryman J. T.Price's left Indianola for their Bummer homo at
and who returned to her Northern Saturday evening last, with a betwoen the Ci aw ford Housa and tho

J. D. ''Crabb, of Cocoa, spent tesidence was slightly damaged Scranton, Pa. Their many Indian River home but a few weeks ago. load of 700 crates of pineapples, which Mount Ploasant llouso in the White
by fire, Monday noon by a defective flue.Rev. fi lends will welcome them back
iad y In town, weie carried oft by special tialn over thoJ. Mountains of New Hampshire. The

-Dr. M. D. L. Dodson arrived in town Father O'BovIo, having filled next winter. The Flrat Florida Iteglment, ., T. A K. W. Ry.Geo path skirts along tho bnnk* ot the little

his appointments at Daytona,. Otmond Congressman Robt. W. Davis returned stream which Hows through the valley
a beginning of the week.Mr Zapf, of West Palm Beach, lins
and other places, returned to town Mon to his duties at Washington onTuesday. From information lecetvod from Tampa been shipping pineapples fiom Ills I linoplantation. to Fabyans,

Xed DeCoursey, formeily of Tisville day. He has been visiting his sick we glean that the First Florida Regiment He belloves In it diversity ofciops A letter received at this ofllcn fiom

has leftiOrmond for the White Miss Aline Egger leceived a new daughter Mis. G. B. Garwood during has received orders to have twenty for it Is Ids intention to plant the Windsor hotel, Now Yoik. Infoitnsus

untains, N. II.K. 1808 model Keating wheel this week, the past two or threo weeks. days rations on hand, prepaiatory toleaving. about twenty acios of his land In sugai- that Mr. Jus, R. Sangstor. the genial

A. Hardee ifc Co, liave moved and is now enjoying the many pleasures Wilting the Advocaik from Mood us, It was thought that this order enno.Messrs.. ami evei-obliging chief cloilc at liotolI'once

nt of tliclr fish boats and tackle from of wheeling.Mr. Conn., Mr. E. Emory Johnson, a large meant that the regiment would dopart and of de Loon, St, Augustine, will hold
F. M, Powell Dan It iss
Point to St. Sebastian.Jt manufacturer of Unhlng twine cord within the next few days either for Cuba a similar position this summer ut the
ly C. P. Eacott, a former well "Your has ,become, or Porto Rico, hut piobablv to the) former Jupiter, on boaid their schooner, Belle, Oi lontat Iiotel, Coney Island, N, Y.An .
will not be long eie another ofmville's known resident of Titusville, passed etc., says: paper place, ns, additional foire for General arrived In port hist Saturday, with a load

bright young ladies will en- tlnoiigh lieie, Satin day last, en route to <|uite an inteiestlng" companion. Semi Shafter. This Is the icgimiMit Into of pineapples, bananas and other fiulifiom oxcelleut cuisine Is now provided
of us out bill. the Floildil Keys. '1 hey had been by Mine Host John S, Bowen, of Hotel
r Ike state holy matilmony.Mr Miami, whine hu expects toiemaln some which CI. Cary-Elwes, Tom Decker, Roy
time. Fisheimen requite a'strong durable River making u leiulysaleof their eaigo nil Placide, Jacksonville, This well-located
J. O. Walton left here last Mon- Puckett, and ulher Indian young
twine. The soft seine and ntiugeon wont. along the route, and left lioio, Sunday, hotel Is gaining daily In populaiity, anilu
i to spend a lew days at Tampa*, lie Messis. R. E. Serjcantson and T. twines, made at tho celebiateil Neptune men for New Smyrna and lfaytoim. Thoy good deal of It Is due to tho pleasant

iiirncd home yesterd.iy aftei noon. Newton B.innei, prominent and well- Mills, in Mood ns, Conn., are I ho very ItoMfll will soon bllug up another load. milliner In which Mr, How en nnd his
known leiddeuts of Hobo Sound have flood *
who has been chief cleik, Mr. Dllver tieat their
-MrsV X. Hendry, best In the woild. Send for sample ,
with the been in Jacksonville a couple of days oiso Pineapples nrn ceitaluly n paying crop guests. Kveiybody who stop nt thni'lucide
several at Cocoa
.ruling days caids. See advt. on 3id
this week. page Woik on the Tltusville-Mlins road Is this year. One of our Lako growets, n It Is a eomfoitable nnd.homeDko .
and Mis, A. D. Penney returned toin say very
Miss Eiwlmia Gaulden celebrated progressing rapidly, and It is probnble gentleman not long In the business, Isitcelvlng hotel.Tho .
on Wednesday.Governor Since the showeisof rain, our streets her ninth biithday on Wednesd\y, and that within a couple of weeks the shell riltiiins on his shipment* this

W. D. Bloxham has made aie in much better condition for bicycling whs the leclplent of some very pietty will have been laid the enllio distance week. 'Ihlitv-seven boxes of fruit averaging Rrynmiiwr hotel, nniir Philadelphia

i followinj; civil appointment: William and we mav look foiward to Bceing and useful presents. Her brother, Master between thoso two points. From Minis ;il( to the ci ate, not ted him .t..t.'I Is again open for the season, under

Tnncre ot Hobe bound, to be notary many of our cyclists tiding more as soon LeSener Gaulden, was among the to LaOrange, sholl will only bo laid for hn letuitis thut nil tho shlppeis are getting I he management of Mi, Fled Sterry,

Mil tui the state at huge.'Refreshing as the moonlight nights set In.Gen'l. donors. Of coutso a biithday cake was the wheel tiacks, thoeaitli between lining aie veiy good, and thofiuit that who has, we are told, not only added alino

Supt. W. B. Coffin and TrainMaster in older. raised so that tho rain can uiti olf In runs :iil and-J( to the crate bilngs ns ten-note golf link, but made other

{summer Dilnks, one. Spencer, of the J., T. & K. W wet weather, but from Tltusvlllo to LaGrange good letiiriis lids year us 21 and MO to notloeublo linpiovumouts. Mr, Steiry Iscoilainly

.' are viell worth your attention, Railway, uilived hcie, Tuesday, in Mr.Collin's Ono of the neatest anil prettiest residence tho road will bo composed entirely the crate did last year. This Is Indeed a hustler, as Is well known by

id them carefully, for they have never private car, and left for other grounds in Titusville is that ofMis. of shell, with a width of ten foot. encouraging to those growers whose fruit the energy lie displayed during the time

''ore l>een published in any other paper next Inspection Albino Brady's on Mnin street. was stunted by tho cold wuvo last January. ho has been manager of Mr. II. M Flag
on an
day. They were
lie I nited States.Mt points tour of the road.Mrs. Among the ornamental trees are Australian Tournament Tioplcaf Sun.A ler's palatial hotels tho I loyal Poind-
IVm, M. Brown returned to"u pines and several camphor trees; ana and Inn, at Palm Bench.Tho f'
Wm. Copps and child, who while other shrubs, plants and flowers i
fiom Miami on Friday afternoon both and beautiful in The course for the tournament inTitusville CHANCE FOR TITUSVILLE.Sr. White Mountain hotels In New
have been visiting judge and Mrs. Minor rare grow profusion.
t His multitudinous duties between Jones at Sunbeam for a few weeks on tho Fourth of July bus Hampshire have all been linpiovod, renovated
msville and Miami keep him contlnly S. been laid out in the southern pait of tliu Fla and refitted for lliu leeeptlon of
June .
returned home to St. Augustine, AuoimrifK, 21,1808.JJilitnr
on the move.County Lieut. Jos. C. Byron, of the Eighth town on Washington avenue, commencing guests who come rtfgohtily to thoso well

Tuesday, accompanied by their nuiso, Cavalry, accompanied by Traflio Manager from a point In front of the McCroiy Indinn Jliivt Ailvtwnlt : known resoits, says the Dullv Hotel Roportor '

this- place and Treasurer Mr. Tom John Johnson Henry ofi having had a delightful time. J. P. Beckwtth, passed through Titus cottages and extending south a distance Dkaii Sin: -Mr, J. F. Iletk, who lives Each of tlieso houses has Its admlreis -

; Melirne Judge J. D. Van Deman, wilting ville Wednesday afternoon, en route to of RIO yards. There aie live posts on the Palm Beach will spend tho and while they allstilvo to make
i Grange, spent a day or so at hour West ,
and Melbourne Beach this week the Advocate from Delaware, O., says: Miami, where the lieutenant said he was course from which the lings nre suspended summer In tho North advertising tho their patrons as comriii tablo ns possible

"As I can not bo present (on Indian going to select camp sites and attend to for tilting, and some of our of Florida and endoavor to got as much business a*
the latter East Const by stereoptlcsn
ting Major C, E. Graves at
ice Itlver) in person, the next best thing Isto other details ere General Schwan's soldiers horsemen have commenced practlciugor views In connection with a lecture. He they can, they Indulge In no undue rivalry

read the happenings on the glorious anlved. ( the contest, Tho tournament piomlaes does not charge anything for Ms servloes because most of them uio operated K

Senator Wilkinson Call passed E-ist Coast published In your excellent County Clerk A. A. Stewart left to be ono of the most interesting and provided various points on the East by Barron, Men III A Barron, The Crawford

lough Titusville, Monday, saying heh paper." here Wednesday for St. Augustine, returning exciting events of the occasion.IIUh (Joust can furnish the photographs and House, thoFabyan House, tho Twin

on l.is way to Key West. The Sena- Do not fail to read on 2nd page "Your next dav in company with his pay for the slides. The slides will Cost Mountain House nnd tho Summit House

i expected to see ex-Postmaster Wm.rwood War Taxes," for It will touch the pocket daughter, Miss Zandle Stewart, who has l> Weed and Family In I-n
at the station, but was dlsapnted. of many of those who wanted war; also been attending St. Joseph's Academy at your authorities wish to take any to make a tilp through that the

"Pineapple Receipts," "Passenger the latter place for some time past. Her Many of the East Coast friends of Interest In this matter bf f urnlshlngsuch picturesque country without being

-Miss Laura McLaughlin, of Brook- Rates," Ormond notes, "Some Refreshing return was the cause of much rejoicing Bishop Weed will be pleased to loam views as would like to linvn shown of'Iltusvllle guest of this enterprising concern.and The liberal
houses planned large
were u a
i. N Y has the thanks of the Advote Summer Dilnks." "Marriage Anniveisary among her young Titusville friends.Dr. that t.YI.OOO has boon willed to his wife, will you kindly let me know, scale and the sites were chosen by
for a piesent of three photos, taken of Mr. and Mrs. Blodgett," etc.Mr. and Mrs. T. E. James left here daughter and himself, apportioned as sending views to this olllce. men of nrtlstlu instincts, and are among

Meiritt. Indian RWer, last winter, Wm. Treutlrr, of Eau Gallle, yesterday for St. Petersburg, Fla., where follows: Bishop Weed, 0fKM, ); Mrs. Yours truly, the most beautiful In the woild. From
Gould J. E. I SOMA HAM
ile stopping at Nevlns' Rivcrvlewel to town List Friday, and the they will make their homo for the present Weed, 10,000; Miss Margaret the broad vemndas of the various hoteh*

with her parents Mr. and Mrs.ill came following up day Mrs. Treutler joined him there being very little need for more Weed, -.l.ooo. The money has been Land Commissioner. a wondrous view of hike, hill and mountain

McLaughlin.Mr at Titusville for a trip to Chicago, where than one physician la Titusvillo, thanks left by the l.t'o Mrs. Matgaret Gould, of scenery I* revealed. The various

months. to Its healthy loc itlon. The genial Doctor Augusta, Ga., whose property is estimated SERIOUS BUSH FIRES. mountain houses have been the summer
and Mrs. Fred F. Taylor, after they will remain two or more be worth She has
jading about eight months at RockUe Their large circle of Indian River friends and his wife have resided here for to over 41100,000. resting places of people from all pnrts of
home all
started for their summer home atnd will be glad to welcome them back again.Dr. several years, and their many friends also willed tho elegant ,horses personal and Last Sunday, shortly after one o'clock, the country for yeais, and tho peculiar
Rapids Mich. regiet to see them leave. We wish Dr.lamos property on premises, the shrill and frequent blasts of the charm of each has been told In every

L M> Taylor, is, on the Monday owner of morn-the 3. M. Dixon is having the outside all success In his new locality.SheiilT carriages, furniture, jewelry, etc., to Titusville Ice factory whistle caused our clime,
Miss Weed, who we will now
Julia street repainted piesume to rise liuriledly from their dinners
his rosldence on citizens
hotel at and the Indian of P. Brown madu business
Rockledge, Jos. a to Jacksonville where
"good bye" ,
his budding say and hasten to the woods west of
and store
hotel this week, A SAFE gasoline or III no Flame oil
at this place. tilp to Kisslinmee this wnek fur she has spent so many happy years.WE .
of The wheio fierce eonllagratlon was
will likewise receive a coat paint the of uireatlng a man named town, a stove; come see them. Screen cloth.FirJtsiix'itK .
''r A under the superintendence of purpose found to be raging In dangerous proximity
Barrelle, after pleasantly work Is Kauleison, charged with stealing cattle. Stoue, Titusville, Fin.
'timing with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. K.nyon our artistic painter, Mr. W. It. Knox.A The shell It returned with his man the HAVE such a beautiful line ofladles' to the buildings and dwelling-

at their charming residence atibeam balcony has also been added to the Sheriff Brown Is a "holyterror" dress fabrics it is a pleusuie to houses In that vicinity. However, wltii
during the past winter, left west side of the house.Mr. following to 1 iw-breakers, and does nearly how them. Gardner A Walker, the help that responded so readily to the Government Hull ami Boiler In*
and dint of much hard spectors Vogol and Spencer arrived laTitusville
e foi her summons by
Northern home Saturday
L. A. Brady has had his large all the arresting personally; hence hehe lighting beating out the flames with Saturday last, to make an Inspection 0ntAji
stopping at Ormond and other tank Into position on Is always on the move, seeing that no AT ROCKLEDGE. -
ices >D York new cjpiess brush, ami "bock-firing, the lire was of the steamer St. Augustine.WuntiMl.
route. She to New
in South his deserts.
Uyde steamer.The goes the west side of his residence rain barrels culprit escapes Just finally got under control within an hour

Titusville, which with his Elder David H. Elton, of Salt Lake or so, and all danger from that ituarter .

Misses Aline and Daisy Brady, will give him an ample supply of good City, Utah; and Elder Albert Jefferies, ofMr. was ended. But the tlrrd and hot workers -
set The winter residence at Rockledge
1 fjavt been enjoying a short stay water now that the rainy season has of Grantsvtlle, Utah, who are traveling did not get much time for rest (for
Mr II. J. Egger atOpellka, Ala., in. The tank has been covered by a through Brevard county, will lecture and Mrs. John Osterley, of Philadelphia it Is no Joke lighting fire under a broiling Help for U. H.' marine hospital service:

|j tneli school term ended, returned roof to protect It from the heat of the upon Mormanlsm this (Friday) evening was all the aglow occasion on Friday of the night 13th hot sun), for no sooner had they Mulshed U. S. revenue cutter service; hospital

ntnsville yesteiday. These charming un. at the Opera House, Titusville, at eight last. It being their labor* at that point than they wero and signal corps, U. S. A.; mechanics
1 4c ompfished young ladies have Mr*. R. E. Smith and child, formerly o'clock. Everybody is cordially invited charming birthday of and Miss bright Lillian Douglass daughter, ofMrs. called to the other end of town, where a for the V. H. N.; also civilian*call of all
young Information on
kinds. For full
attending the Bristol (Va.-Tenn.) but now of Jacksonville, to be present to listen to their discourse. similar tire on the Delesplne Grant was
of Sanford, who birthday party Franklin
Osterley gave 410 1-2
William Huher No.
leg roi some months past, and their to Cartersville, Ga.. to spend From here they will go to Cocoa and about of her friend* creeping up. Here, also, back- agent. .
u to Indian River is hailed with the have summer gone with her husband s parents.Dr. other points south traveling from place from Rockledge twenty, Cocoa, and young other places ring waa resorted to with good results, street, Tampa, Fla.
delight by their numerous friends, Smith whose professional card wmbe to place on foot.Mr. on Indian River. The residence was no damage to property being sustained,
"jey are among the foremost in all Is "w located although a strong wind blowing at the I'lJh 1'or Hale
Advocate .
' found in the E. L. Brady, who has been sojourning gaily decorated with Japanese lantern*
pleasures, and add much to"tght Jacksonville, time furiously fanned the liame*.
at Iiotel In Georgia for the few The dining table groaned under the
side of life in community. lonesome past Considering the total absence of water, fresh flslt to
our where we learn he Is feeling rather weeks, lecuperating his health at the weight of the many delicacies provided I am prepared to supply
of his wife and with the exception of a few bucketsful. hotels, boarding bouse* and private
since the departure mineral springs, returned to Titusville for the Invited guests; and the many
baby. By-the-way, we understand the yesterday accompanied by bis two buncbea of cut (lowers and palms distributed with which to fight the Are, the work families. Cull at first fislt house on railroad
Special Sale a luc done was highly commendable and wharf, D. C. Caldwell,
doctor Is working up quite daughters, pressing business matters throughout the room, gave the
speaks well for tbose who took part in Titusville Fla.Mrtfo .
in the metropolis. ,
practice since his arrival calling him home sooner than was bis place quite an enchanting appearance. the flames. A slight rain fell
t's combating
IIivIhii >n and he is offering the whole Intention when leaving here. Mr. Urailywaa Among the amusements of the evening afternoon and the

"""ense and valuable stock ofKOoaa unfortunate enough to be robbed of was a Donkey Show, the first prize being later In somewhat the and the heavy dampened showers ami I>f k Want ci 1.

at prices unheard of, so doi' at about $8.> In cash, bis gold watch and won by Miss Maude Hardee, second byMr. scrub what little of the
fal.sM 'c inspect his store before purg MAKE YOUR Titusville. We are chain, also his panU Thorsdiy night, M. Thomas, and the boob7 prize by on Monday remained.nut out Wanted a roller-top desk and small

" Jlsewhere. Ton will find here our store when iu wbiie coming on the sleeper from Atlanta Miss Grace Patterson. There was also a tire In Iron safe. Send size, price and full par*
had been
'MJtUIng of first-class material prepared to treat you right; P"-oe"e to Jacksonville. Another passenger regular fusilade of fireworks during the These forest fires raging ticularsto Dhv F. II. Houoiirox,
value guar of Titusville all last week
12 "ay of shoes, hats, shirt waists, ; goods OARDXER up-to-date;* WALKEH.iDoss on the same train was relieved of evening. Dancing was kept up from the but vicinity It was not nntll last Sunday that Daytona, Fla,

i ,aae "rappers and the many other anteed. cash and valuable papers to the nine o'clock until midnight. All present tliey threatened the buildings on the
> of *1.000 we understand. they had a delightful time, and wish "
feminine attire; gents furh amount say Miss Lillian outskirts of our town with destruction ; The Advocate.
iJF.I001" Nothing, umbrellas, etc., for the birthday parties the
i und Chickens and but for prompt measures resorted
Cati would roll around more often.
. the most fashionable styles; also Douglass to, considerable loss of property The Ixdiax Riveii Advocate is or*
ren swearing We want tohit. Sale. TIRED INDIAN RIVER MOTHERS, Among those present were Marvin O. news-stand five
apparel. mast have been the result. ale at the following *, at
>Ur *tock *ud "wttl * PleaMd when in town on the Fourth, come to Thomas, Arthur Lapham;and the Misses cents :
to rest. We have special Kate Eyer Daisy Hardee, Grace Patterson per copy
"u J R* " can otler some trained our
hii3IU? ,n a11 department* of our All kinds, ages, sires, Bettls, facilities for handling heavysleepingbabies. Helen Singleton, Florence Illgglns, FURNITURE STORE ha* toilet sets, Titusville Fred S. Chaffee.

f ,t Jcx.rc KU5Z, untrained. Send stamp kind to James wanted. Oabdser A Waleeb. Maude, Grace and Mamie Hardee. beds, curtain chains, rugs, tables, etc. J, U. Screven.

Titusville, Fla. Winchester, 111., Mating

r'.i.JJ. ttislnfciMia-



FROM FOOT TO KNEE sales at the rate of $0 on'100,000 cigars; nage of 600 tons, 93; on registered tonnage till clear. When cold, add ' few drops

$12 on 200,000 cigars; $2ton more than of more than 000 tons, $10.On of essence of lemon, and bottle for use.

Ohio Woman Suffered Great Agony 200,000 cigars. every conveyance or deed of more One tabTespooDful In a tumbler of cold

From a Terrible Soro Her Story of Cigarette Makers Three, dollars and than $100 and less than $300, 50 cents.On water makes good lemonade.LEMONADE. .

the Case, and' Her Curs."For sixty cents on every 1,000 cigarettes every telegraph message, 1 cent.On .

many year* I wan afflicted with amllit weighing more than 3 pounds; $1.50 on every custom-bouse entry, for $100of Mix thoroughly one ounce of tartaric <3-xocries lxnjLit s n-d. xoa.u.cs

leg, aud a Jew years ago it broke out every 1,000 weighing less than 3 pounds. value, 23 cents; for $500 of value, 50 orcltiic acid and two drachms of essence 131 and 133 East Bay Street and O and SNewnan Street,

in a Bvta aud spread from my foot to myknee. Importers of teas Ten cents a pound cents; for more than $500 of value, $1.On of lemon into four pounds of powdered jqolcsoxivillo> it F,1

I suffered great agony. It would on all teas.Insurance. every withdrawal of goods from loaf sugar. Put into a clean and rif4a

burn and Itch all the time and dlschsrgea Agents Twelve dollars and customs bonded ware-house, 50 cents.On thoroughly dry bottle, and use a dessertspoonful 7n
great ileal. My health was good with stamp taxes on life insurance policies at every lease for one year, 23 cents; (or more to taste) in a tumbler ONE OF THE OLDEST HOUSES THE CITY
the exception of this J tried
aore. a great the rate of 10 cents on each $100; onmailno for, three years, 50 cents; for more than of ice water. Do not put a damp spoon
many kinds of salve, but some would of Seed and
for all kinds
Inland, fire, casualty, fidelity, three years, $1.On Into the bottle. We are headquarters Potatoes and c
Irritate tho that I could full line of
so hardly guaranteed genuine. We also carry a Hay, Grain and Food
manifest for custom-house w
and one-half of 1
stand tho pain. I could not go near the guarantee insurance, every OINOEB DEER. your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased '
flro without suffering intensely. Someone cent on each $1 of premium charged.Heflners entry or clearance of ships for foreign Take five pounds of white sugar, aquartern

sent me papers containing testimonials of of sugar and petroleum One- poits (except in British North America): of lemon juice, four ounces of MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.CHAaS. .

cures by Hood's Barsaparllln, and I told quarter of 1 per cent on annual gross receipts On registered tonnage of 300 tons, $1.On honey, five ounces of bruised ginger,

my husband 1 would like to try this med in excess of $250,000. registered tonnage of GOO tons, $3.On and four and a half gallons of water;

icine. He got me a bottle and I found it Tobacco manufacturers Twelve'cents registered tonnage of more than IT-i TTUVEDEALKHS &
of the <
boil the ginger In three quarts CO.H3
helped mo. I kept on taking it until my .
per pound on all tobacco and snuff and fiOO tons, $3.
for half hour then add the sugar IN
limb WA4 completely hen led. I cannot water an ,
an annual tax, based on yearly sales, at On mortgages for more than $1,000
praise Hood's Hamaparllla enough for the lemon juice, and honey with the remainder ".ViJj.es find
the rate of $(l on A0,0')0) pounds or less; and less than $1,500, 23 cents, and onench 3Llca.u.or*
great benefit it has been to me. It of the water, and strain through
$12 on more than 50,000 pounds $21 on additional $500, 25 cents.On 417, &
; 410 W. 11
clonuses the blood of all Impurities and a cloth; when cold add a quarter of the S|

leaven It rich and pure." Mas. Anna E.EakjiN 100,000 pounds.BPKCIAL. each passage ticket to a foreign white of an egg, and a teaspooiiful of JACKSONVILLE,

Whittlesey, Ohio. port (not in Biitlsh North America), FLA
STAMP TAXES. essence of lemon; let the whole stand RICH WINEH
You can buy Hood's Hursaparilla of all Brokers costing $30, $1; costing $00, $3; costing for four days and then bottle. This isBufllcient tuy blood, lwi crcan mnk. "tu| niJ >,
Ten cents each note
on or *
druggluts. Be sure to get only Hood's. bujlnit sour J2
more than $<>0, $5. poor wlm iw
memorandum of sale and $50 annual 11 for one hundred bottles.SIIEItDET cheap. It ia nut II has , ?!* *
favorite family Tower of attorney: In incorporated greeaMe effect upon tli. m.,"{U.. '
Hood's PHIs iibTUc: cense tax. OH LEMON KALI. Koo.l wine ,
,, reallj
1'rleu 2Bo. companies or associations, 10 cents; to i iKives '*
Parlor and sleeping-car One Take of finely-ground you that i.ullel-,7LfiiJ", ?
companies eight ounces
sell or lease real estate, 25 cents.On satisfied feeling.
cent on every ticket sold for seat orberth. bill of loaf sugar, four ounces each of tartaric KfT" We make a Specials 11 Vmkr.J
protest of note, exchange, una Mountain Dew < (
YOUR WAR TAXES.HI'M.MAHY acid and of soda and inhi ke>'u"l'artles
check, etc., or marine protest, 25 cents.On caibonate forty years old, S2JJ0 per gslloi.
".Schedule B." Manufacturers of of lemon. The powders living In Div Timw wni
(a), receipts for payment of any money drops essence well to order from ,t , '

OP TIIK HC1IKIHI.KH KOK of medicinal, proprietary articles and or debt exceeding $.*>, 1 cent.On should all be thoroughly dry. Add the tliem 60 per cent on all wlmWe an i

preparations (b) all articles made under essence to the then the other
IIUHI.NKHH MKN, ; warehouse receipts, 23 cents.On sugar, will not open new sicounti?

patented right or trademark (except legacies exceeding $10,000, and not powders, pass the whole through a very suitable ref re X

ImeriiHl ICevrnu* Appointments T He food products and commercial fertilizer exceeding $25,000, a graded tax of from fine sieve two or three times, put it Into No Agent floods for sent IndlannpnliR C O. I) to Itrewlni In TW>I

Made In FloridaKlfflitetm or *); (c) perfumery, cosmetics, etc, must 75 cents to $5 on each $100, which graded bottles, and cork them well. Do not Brewers and Dottier* Indlauinwli, ],?
Hercules Malt Tonic, $2.25 per case; Clayton & RuBBell WJld Cherry brandy. $4 30 >ei
bottle when (
stamp taxes at the rate of 1-1 of 1 into the
pay damp
Twenty More I>*|Mitl m. tax Is to be multiplied by 1 1-2 on legacies put spoon

cent on 5-cent articles, 1-2 of 1 cent on10cent of more than $25,000, and less than about to use. One teaspoonful (or less)

George W. Wilson, Collector for Internal articles, 1 cent on 25-cent articles, $100,000; multiplied by 2, where the to a glass of cold water.8HKHI1Y .
and 1 cent for each additional 25 SAW AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE TAI1I),
Kovennu for the Dlnti'lct of Florida cents does not exceed cohbleh.
value of the
property Pnlatka, Flu. E. Bay St., Foot of Cmhfrlt,
wns asked the other day by a re retail price.Koto. of
pro- $500,000; multiplied by 2 1-2 where the Sprinkle one spoonful powdered

son tall ve of tho Times-Union andCitUen Dealers In ahove numerated value of the property does not exceed loaf sugar over three or four slices of orange WILSON CYPRESS -COMPANY

how many additional deputy collectors articles must stamp goods In stock at $1,0)10,000) and multiplied by 3 when in In a tumbler; then put in a few ,
of internal would be Allotted these rates when sold at retail.d .
id venue toFloiida excess of $1,000,000.PENALTIES.. pieces of ice, crushed, and sufficient to Manufacturers of

under tho new war revenue bill ( ) Chewing gum, 4 cents on each fill the tumbler nearly full, and pour ono

now about to buoome a law, and what package of a retail value of $1; (e) mixed of
or two wlneglassfuls sherry on top,
evasion of tho
Violations of the act by
collector would govern said: their appointment. The annual Hour, 1 license cent on tax each of 50$10.pounds and an stamp taxes on proprietary and patented and as the ice melts drink it through astraw. Cypress Lumber, Shingles, and Lath.A .

articles is punishable by a fine of $.il0or .
"I havo nothing official to give you, MISCELLANEOUS STAMP TAXES.In six months' Imprisonment. Evasion of SODA WATER. large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shin,

but I can stata for the benefit of the lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments.
addition to stamp taxes alieady the stamp tax on documents, papers, Dissolve six drachms of dried carbonate Cypremouldings
publlo that every preparation is being enumerated the fine of $100. of soda in a bottle of of all patterns a specialty.
following are imposed : etc., is punishable by a quart water
made to facilitate the collection of the On bonds, debentures, certificates of Forging or counterfeiting stamps is punishable and four and a half drachms of tartaric When at home, write us for prices; when up our wayLcome and see in.
war tax, and to accommodate the taxpaver. -
Indebtedness 3 cents on each $100 of by a fine of $1,000, or confinement acid in another quart of water.
Anticipating an increase in tlio
face value.On at hard laboi- for five years.DWcoicreil When required, get two wineglasses and
revenue force in the district, I am now
sales or agreements to sell shares a tumbler, then pour out a wineglassful
blocking out subdivisions, In which will THE SOUTHERN FUEL & SUPPLY
from each bottle and throw both Company
be placed deputies to canvass them, soas or certificates of stock 2 cents on each l>y a Woman. together
$100.On. Into the tumbler, when it will effervesce.
to complete reitain woik within tenor
sales or agreements of sale of any Another gieat discovery has been made, Drink 'immediately. To produce

fifteen days."As products or merchandise at any exchange and that too, by it lady in this country."Disease a good, wholesome tonic, put ten Wood Goal Coke Brick Lime Cement
to the number of deputies to be fastened It clutches upon her ,
lcent on each $100 of value.On drops of muriated tincture of iron Into
appointed, It I* quite Impossible for meto and for seven years she withstood its severest
bank checks, drafts, certificates of but her vital were the tumbler before mixing.SODAWATER .
say, for I do not know, but Indications tests, organs Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
deposit not drawing Interest, and money undermined aud death seemed Imminent. POWDERS.
point to the necessity of having at least
For three mouths she coughed Incessantly
orders of all kinds 2 cents.
Take one pound of carbonate of soda
eighteen or twenty additional deputies and could not. sleep. She finally
On each bill of 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telephone 2--
exchange (inland and thirteen and half
) a ounces of tartaric
In order to cover the vast tenltory composing discovered a way to discovery, bypuichasing
this dlsti let. It Is my opinion draft, certificates of deposit, drawing of us a bottle of Dr. King's acid. Keep it in separate papers. Put
Interest, piomlitsory note 2 New Discovery for Consumption, and J. K. MUNNERLTX, General Jfanacer.
that most of the appointments will be conts on into blue papers thirty grains of carbonate
much relieved mi taking the first
each $100.On was
only temporary, I shall select a number dose, that she slept all night; and with of soda, and into white papers

of names and send them to the secretary each foreign bill of exchange and two bottles, has been absolutely cured. twenty-five grains of tartaric acid. It isan Srff" I Invite your Attention to my Complete Stock of

of tho treasury, for I suppose that he letter of credit, 4 cents on each $100.On Her name is Mis. Luther Lutz. Thus excellent saline beverage to allay the

will pass upon nil names submitted. In 10 each cents.On bill. of lading or receipt for export X.writes C. \V.Trial V. llnmmlck bottles fieoatF.A Co., of'S.Shelby Chaffee's , thirst in hot weather. Dissolve the contents -* HARDWARE AND CROCKERY 4*

of the blue in half
selecting men to flit the respective positions Drug Store. Kegular size 50 cents paper a tumbler
I shall adhere to of allowing each bill of lading or manifest for and $1.00. Every bottle guaranteed. of water, stir in the other powder, and
my policy goods sent Glassware, Lamps nnd Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware,Graiteware
nothing to Influence me but by freight or express within drink while effervescing.A doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, ice cre

thorough efficiency. Political considerations the United States, 1 cent.On SOME REFRESHING SUMMER CHEAP, COOLING DHINK. freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, carden too1

will not enter Into my selections. each telephone message, costing 15eents Take two ounces of syrup of citric plows and hat rows, paints and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry nettli
or more, 1 cent.On DRINKS. and barbed wire,
Even if I had been inclined to make political acid, one teaspoonful of spirit of lemon
eacli bond of indemnity 50 cents.On Harrison *
appointments In the past to the months peel, and one quart of water. Mix thor Bros Ready Mixed Paints.Plense .
each certificate of profits of Now that the hot summer are
sacrifice of worth and quailflcntlons, I companies cool oughly. e me for Prices. i respectfuiw loiwt ir
and the need of refreshing
and corporations 2 at a tloniof your patronaite. Mail Orders i
cents on each given lfoinpt and Careful Attention, and inqulrln
should feel that It would be violation
a $100 of face value.. dilnk is often felt, the following receipts prices answered promptly.

of my trust to do so now, when the government On every document issued will no doubt prove acceptable to The merit of Hood's Sarsaparilla 2H. 3E3. Gv-H-XnOJUIl,
looks to me to put Into execution by a port Is HUerally wiitten in blood.It .
and warden, 23 cents.On the readers of the Advocate. They Is traced in the vital fluid West Palm Beach, Fl
a war speedily thoroughly.In .
certificates of all kind required by have never before been published In any Of millions of the human race.
order to do this It will of
rcqulro men
law, 10 rents.On newspaper In the United States: Its positive medicinal merit
more than ordinary intelligence, because And cuiative power is written
the law will be very hard to Interpret every charter of a vessel or renewal CLAHET CIT. Upon the hearts, and graven upon Magnolia
or transfer of same Peel lemon thin and put the The minds Grocery
and tho form*, and regulations intricate." ; on registered tonnage one very of thousands .
ill of 300 tons, $3; on registered ton peel, with ten cloves, a little grated nutmeg Of people whom It has cured

WHAT WILL UK TAXED, and two tablespoonsful of sugar And given good health H. A. HENRY, Propnei
When there seemed nothing hefore
It will bo of groat ioteiost to businessmen Into a bowl or jug; pour half a pint ofsoltzor Them but darkness and despair. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in

in Floiida to see a summary of the water upon them, nnd stir until It cures nil diseases arising

war rovenuu bill. The following taxes, the sugar Is dissolved ; then add one From or promoted by impure STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES...

as compiled by the New York Commercial bottle of claret, and just before the cup Blood by its intrinsic merit asTho

will be Imposed, with but few Is required add one glass and a half of One True Blood Purifier. Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please jo

changes made In the law on Its final good French brandy, and put In a sprig 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

passage: of borage.The jug should be set In ice, Fishermen, Attention.At Telephone No. 2C5.

of ice be added to the
Annual license or a piece may
bowl. a called meeting of the Board of

Hankers On capital and surplus; $."<) Trade, hold at their rooms

"on $23,000 capital; $j on each additional in ruucir.. in Titiisville, Tuesday evening, Judge FRIITTIITGOF
*iooo.i Add the rind of half a lemon, a quar M. S. Jones in the chair, it was moved
and seconded that all fishermen
f.ima Brokers Yearly license tax, $.10, and 'JSl Mow Do | Look tern of maraschino, the luice of two the East Coast be Invited to meet at along the

stamp tax of 10 cents on each note or How frequently lemons, four ounces of syrup, and a Board of Trade rooms on Monday, July Executed at theADVOCATE ALL KINDSPRINTING
memorandum of sale. a woman a k* this questionl How much quart bottle of seltzer water to half a 4th, and freely discuss the fishing law as
thought and study she devotes to it! It isnatural. it stands
now ; and also to discitRs
Commercial Brokers Yearly license A woman hates to think that she pint of old gin. Ice well. tho
Is growing having a new fish law OFFICE.
day by day less charming and
tax of J0.Customhouse. .
attractive and youthful to her husband's LEMONADE.Rasp passeil at the coming meeting of the
mi Brokers Yearly license eyes than in the days of courtship. with four ounces of sugar, the Florida Legislature. Messrs. Geo. M

tax of10. A woman may always retain her charms rind of a very fine, Juloy lemon, reduce Kobblns, Geo. W. Scoble, and R C. Ilncklen's Arnica Salve.
and the vivacity and freshness of youth if Scrimgeour were appointed
Insurance Agents Yearly license tax she wilt take the proper care of her health. It to powder, and pour on It the strained to meet the fishermen on the a above committee day WAR !

of 412, and stamp taxes on life policies women A tremendous is due to percentage weakness of and ill-health disease of in Juice of the fruit. Presa the mixture As this subject is of vital importance bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever

of t* cents on each 4100; marine, inland, the distinctly feminine organism. Dr. Into a Jar, and when wanted for use dissolve to our fishermen, a full attendance Is "' e"er'clV'lPI' hands, chilblains

Are, casualty, fidelity and' guarantee Insurance Pierce's Favorite Prescription is an annulIng a tableapoonful of It In a glass of particularly requested.A corns, skin eruptions, and posil We have just made arranreinent| tor"N"**
remedy for alt disorders of this nature. rate of one fare for the round, trip lively cures Plleg or ft { obtain control of s special edition or
ono-half of 1 cent on each $1 It allays inflammation heals cold water. If too sweet for the drinker, will be given the It Is >
ulceration over F. K. C. Ky., and guaranteed to perfect satUfVol
premium charge.Manufacturers. stops debilitating drains and soothes and', add a little cltilc acid when It la taken. the tickets will be good from Sunday tlon or money refunded.give CRAMS BIG WAR ATLAS
tones Mc.
'of mixed flour One nerves. It preserves in a woman the 3rd until Tuesday, the 5th Inst. box. For sale Co.P
all the charm of healthy youth. Thou LEMONADE POWDERS. by F. 8. Chaffee & OF ITS KINCIt
cent on each fifty pounds'gnd an annual sands of women have testified to its mar Mix one part of citric acid and six THE BEST BOOK '

license tax of $10. velous"Favorite merit*Prescription. ia sold by all re parts of sifted loaf sugar, and keep them T'* Car# CoullKHion ronrtr.i.ASV" follow is Jnit the movements what you want of our and fleeusndo"sll yon "ries. > J'

Proprietors of Publlo Shows Theaters, spectable dealers in medicines. Deal only In a bottle for uso. Put sufficient Into a . full c reu to cure Canav,druitsmw Cathartic. Wo moJeJ.A It contains 16 patfea of larpe<* "*JSir<
where you are rehinu 21 14 Inches and Hxlo Inches inis T ,ir
honestly |
museums, concert halls, ctreusea, $100, keeper who tries to give you a Any substitute store* tumbler of ice-cold water to suit the all territory where s conflict could P"occur.

In towns of 23,000. All other publlo entertainments for what you demand is not treating you taste. Californian has .
honestly and you should take trade Invented a trunk COMPLETE STATISTICS.
$10. Bowling alleys, billiard your llOTTLfcD LEMONADE.In .
elsewhere."For which can be used as a table '
one of the o( 2JJ
rooms, $3 for each ally or table. Naval and military,and history
nine veara I hare raftered with falling one quart of water dissolve half a trays having hinged sides, which tries and possessions Involved, all m*
Pawnbrokers Yearly license tax of TV*1 ," wltes Mrs. Marr William can be
> of W h. Wake Co.. N. C (Box 196)). "I was pound of loaf sugar, and bolt it over a opened outward and the tray inverted documents, etc.,etc.It

-0. gestion troubled and with festal hearing* weakness down pains.and nvmmsnMs.I had Indi slow fire; add two drachma of acetic and set on top of the trunk. Answers all War Qacstlons,

ttENERAt. TAXES. 1 could notalrrp at night I waa constipated acid and four ouncea of tartaric acid; ? 8tric,' es about30 years and
and had urinal trouhl*. The doctor her aaM Settles-all War Argaments.
.1tVr 80
Brewers On beer, lager, ale, porter that no medicine would reach my disease. Dr. when cold add a little essence of lemon. from aj7'e'dofab' cap-

ami all fermented liquors, $2 per barrel Pterce'a* 'P.vorita'!''? 4 Prescription.' w il l'Golden Heta M na USLP1' Put one-sixth of the above into each ALKX NKAR. ERNEST TAYLOR. plumes. two to four pounds of Strictly Up to Date.

of .11 gallons, less 7 t per cent on stamps Cured tn bottle filled with water, and add thirty NEAR Even If you hsve snother Atlas. y 2 ) *

purchased for suoh tax.CIgarmakers good An everyday home medical necessity in the home. A grains of carbonate of aoda; cork Immediately &i TAYLOR 3 o Cure Xo V,ay. one to keep posted. M rtl 2f>>
work. Send at one- lams we wi_. send copies vr inusn*""
Three dollars and sixty cent stamps, to cover mailing only, to the and use when required.nOMCMADE (Successor*to John McAllister.) with four issnaa ot our profuwly 'ioiwfUP '
World's Dispensary Medical Association. comic paper "L'p To Date, rorSVta
cents on each 1,000cigars weighing more
Buffalo, N. V. for a paper-covered 0Dr. / LEMONADE. Artesian Well or silver. Address
copy Contractors
than 3 pounds; $1 per 1,000 weighing less Pierce's Common Sens* Medical Ad Take of citrlo acid one ounce, loaf sugar TO DATE
than 3 pounds and annual tax viser. Cloth binding 31
an on stamps. one pound, half-pint of water; boil EAU GALLIE. FLA.

Monoa Bid*., CHICtffcrr

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professional Cards.Waxtimi PINEAPPLE RECIPES.PRESEItVKD keep in any climate, and the acid issnCptoutly

diluted to render it a most HODGES & GODFREY

SGbabam.ISBEra 1'INEAPPI.RS. ,
palatable conserve of pineapple, ami

A GRAHAM, Pare and slice several large pineapples, ought to sell readily at 3(1( to 50 cents apound. Manufacturers of

and put Into porcelain-lined kettles, al The conserve should not be

ATTOUXEYS-AT-LAW, lowing a pound of loar sugar to a pound scalded, as it injures Its flavor. The MANIER & LANE MUSIC CO.ConoYer Yellow Pine Lumber

rKfloiws: From 10 to 12 a. in., of fruit. Then add water, a teacupful syrup or juice can be diluted with an ,
T and 2 to 4 p. m.Titosvillb to HOCtlll e> PHKSSKlt,
a pound. Let all
come to a boil, then equal amount of water and fermented ata
Brevard Co., Florida.n take out the Orange Ho* Head.,
pineapple and spread on temperature of 70 degrees, and If the
'Hoi. !" dishes on a table before a opeiation Is It will Fruit A Vegetable Crate..
In all the oourts state and fed sunny window; carefully performed
rt n practice boil and skim the Lumber delivered at any part of Imlliin Kiveron
contain about
sirup for half hour 15 of alcohol
and an per ceut through bill of lading. Anvone
for examining perfectWtai cimtemplat.
} oilitie
1jf return the pineapple to the kettle and Fischer; FrankilnPIANOS. lug bnllillngtin the Kaat Coaet, would do well to
] title boil fifteen being of good strength and extra flavor. write for price*. The(uiwmlll la .Irmtted on the
minutes. As it will now be Alcohol obtained by fermentation is J., T. K.V Ry., mllo. south of lalatka.Sitt.HiitiiH .

rCfOK S. JONES, quite soft, take It out, put in jars and Identical with distillation, hence it Is Illglits, Piittimii eo., Fla.
cover with the scalding sirup. Let it
better to add alcohol and water to the .
coot while covered, then .
ATTOKXEYATLAW.BtUSVIIXE cover with Juice or syrup, as some of the essential NATIONAL
brandied paper, over which put a thick
oils and flavor are lost by fermentation.
FLA. paper, tied Oh closoly.n.vEArrr.K Home-Seekers
One quart of absolute alcohol, one quart CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS-...

County Judge of Brevard County.b of water, and one gallon of the aforesaid REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
and potato
htdixo. jtiico or syrup will make excellent wine. Lowest Trices

This seems at Hist glance a most Incongruous Some wiseacres m y call the latter cordial ; Easy Terms.
> L. combination, but trial shows and not wine."To Exchanging l'roporty fur Property aSpecialty.

ATTORNET-AT-LAW, that the finished result Is a satisfying make the pineapple extract, I Write for Catalogues.MAXIKR. Semi Descrlptlou of nliat

harmony. To make It, press through would crush the and have and what
Hrm practice in all the Courts of the State acourso peelings finely cover LAXK MUSIC COMPAXY you you want.MALABAR .
KlorliUi and the United States Courts.H sieve enough freshly boiled sweet with alchol in a closed vessel for two ,

o.Box,238. TITUSVIIXE, FLA. potatoes to make a pint of pulp. To weeks, and remove the saturated tincture 24 East llay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Indian Kiver, FLORIDA.C. .

Money to Loan. ISI. which must be added little less than a by heavy pressure. I would boil C. CARROLL,

gill of sugar, creamed with an even tablespoonful the peelings, strain oil the decoction, Real Estate Agent,

GOLDSMITH, of butter, and the wellbeaten and boil down to the consistency of

I. yolks of three eggs. Mix in the potato syrup, and ndd to the saturated tincture, Choice . .

ATTOKNEr-AT-LAVr slowly, beating all the while to keep and you have the best of extracts, that WinesLiquors

the mixture light, then stir in one Urge will always command a high price. I GOING NORTH ? . and Cigars,

Itusville, Florida.J. cupful of fresli milk, another of grated have never known ptnoapplo conserve Ouaranteeil Pure.

pineapple, half a teaspoonful ot lemon prepared in this way to ferment, but, asa TRAVEL YIA THE "TIFTON ROUTE."
Sold at reduced
flavoring, and lactly tho well-beaten guarantee against all danger, It might

WEBB, whites of the eggs. Bake in a pudding bo well to add sixty grains of salicylic price*

ATTORXEV-AT-LAW dish in a moderate oven. Serve with acid to each gallon, which would be no Georgia Southern and Florida Railway.Suwanee Imported Tokay Whie.

cream. detriment to health or taste." from
R\Vill practice la the Courts of the 7th River Route. Italy.

reult.fclbourne. . Florida PIMKAPPLK JELLY. PINEAPPLE TKIFI.K. John B. Togni,

Peel a large pineapple, cut into small Take a can of preserved pineapple, and The Georgia Southern A Florida Itallwar comprises part of the Tlfton Kouto, Metropolitan Saloon, 12:| Kaat llay St.,

pieces. Claiify one pound of loaf-sugar mash tho fruit to a paste, adding more and Is the most direct routo to all points North, Ka t and West, and operates the JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Wholeaale .

0. FRIES, C. E. with a pint of spring water, the juice of sugar, If needed. Put the fruit and finest Pullntnn Buffet sleepers; double dally, Jacksonville to Xashvlllo via .Macon,
two lemons, and half the white of an egg juice through a siove; pour into a glass Atlanta, and Chattanooga; traversing the famous fruit bolt of Georgia, and the

COUNTY SURVEYOR. whipped with a little water, and when dish, and cover with a mound of whipped Historical liattle Fields of Xorth Georgia and Tennessee. The Largest and Most Complete

Land legally surveyed and subdividedipplog this has been thoroughly skimmed strain cream. For further information, maps, schedules, stooping oar reservations, etc, Establlshmont South.

the sirup over the pineapple, boll for write or call on

neatly done. Estimates for four minutes, then allow it to stand for PINEAPPLE PUDDING. HUOII II. KICHAKDSOX, Gen. Agt.,

kinds of engineering works. Dinted 7 Hogan St., Jacksonville.G. .
several hours, In order to fully extract
This is also a French recipe. Stir together Wm. CHECKLEY SHAW, A. MacDOXALD,

lines a specialty. the flavor of the pineapple. Then strain a cup of butter, a cup and a half Vice-President, Macon, Ga. Gen'l Passonger Agt.Tako .

rtsvuLE, Brevard Co., Flokida, the sirup through a cloth, add two of sugar, a pint of cream, and a little

ounces of gelatine to it, heat, then pour salt. Boat into It two cups of flour, the

into a mold and put on ice till hard beaten whites and yolks of four eggs, Trip on Indian Itlvtr.A .

JTEPIIEN' e. foster, enough to serve.PIXEAPI'LE. and half a pound of ml need or gratodpineapple. Sharing Parlor.Dlarkflsh .

Steam It for an hour and a steamer leaves Titnsvlllo Tuesday,
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, SOUFFLE. Thursday and Saturday at :liO:; p. m. for
half, and when done serve with a rich
St. Lucie ltlver ami Intermediate landings
Rooms 420.2:1: Gardner Building, The French prepare a sotitllo with pineapple sauce flavored with pineapple. connecting utSewell's Point, southbound

ICKSO.NVULK, FlOIUDA.Jm. which is a very dainty dish. The on Wednesday and Sunday, with

following is a good formula for It: Tour Yellow .Jiuiiulico Cured. steamer Delia for Palm Koiicli.
steamer loaves the St, LucieKiver
over tlje Are one piut of milk in a water
Scott. Gohdox R. Bkoomb.f on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday
bath (or oatmeal boiler), and, while it is Sniveling humanity should be supplied arriving at Titnsvlllo on Thursday,
| COTT & BROOME, heating, cream together ten ounces of sugar with every means possible for its relief.It Saturday and Moniliiv, connecting with MANUFACTURERS OFpoors

is with pleasure we publish the following the J., T. A K. W. Hallway for Jacksonville Sash Blinds
four ounces of butter, and a little ,
ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW, : "This Is to certify that I was a and Intermediate points.
salt, after which add gradually and alternately terrible sufferer from Yellow Jaundice
and cool liver .
(over Bank This Is a delightful trip.A. Material.Ofllfu
) &
with the warm (not hot) milk six for over six months, anil was treated by W. UflK, Supt. Moulding Building .

flrai> r Florida."EORGE ounces of rice Hour, with which a little some of tho best physicians in our city
and all to no avail. Dr. "Hell, our druggist % WnrerooniN, King, opposite
baking powder has been sifted, and the recommended Electric Bitters; and have not J>een seen In Muhh.i.chusetts Cannon Street,

well-beaten yolks of ten eggs. Have the after taking two bottles, I was entirely bay for 13 ytars.

W. ALLEX, whites of the eggs beaten to a very stiff cuied. I now tako great ploasure in recommending Charleston, S. C.

froth add to the battor about a pound them to auy person suffering
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW from this terrible malady. I am y m w Sash Weights Cord and
of grated and sweetened pineapple, and gratefully yours, M. A. Hognrty, Lexington Notice for IMilillciillon. ,

7 West, . Florida.gWill boat in the egg-whites, whipping all together Ky. Sold by K. S. Chaffee Druggist.It Hardware.

practice in the United States well with an egg-beater. Then Land Ofllce at Oalnesvlllo, Fla., I H. S. MEADOR,

|l State Courts.rR. 0juni>5 pour the batter lightly Into a deep baking is stated that the right hand, which Juno 1.1, 1XIM. I WiuililugUm Avenue, Window and Fancy Class
Is hernbj given that the following
dish or tin, lined with buttered paper Is more sensitive to the touch than the NOT1CK neuter ha. tiled notlra of Ills Inteii- A SPECIALTY.Traoc .

and bake In a well-heated, but not left, is less sensitive than the latter to Hon to make tlnal |>rr In ii|mitilu>|>nrt of before hln TITUSVli.LK, - FLOItlDA.
will lie
F. II. IIOUGIITOX claim,ami thut snlil proof
too hot, oven. It will take from a half the effect of heat and cold. <'lerk Clri'iitt I'mirt at Tltu.vllle, Kla on ..Inlyki li3 '
: IMUR,vU: Kln.lro.l 11. orillU, of Tlruiivllln,
to three-quarters of an hour to bake, according Fla., Hotuetail VHitti, for the Hii t-linlfofoutheant

DEXTIST.itona to the depth of the baking dish. The Victory rests with America's quarter; i .of .action it town.hl|> 21,
south r nu
Sift powdered sugar over tho top and Greatest Medicine, Hood's Sarsaparilla, He name,the fiillowlnic wltne.ae. to pro*a hi.onntlniiou. .
Florida. when it battles against any disease caused renlilence iiion, and oultlvatlon of,
Berve hot. said laud, vU: Mrork Kevel.iifTltiLvllln, Kla.j
or promoted by impure or Impoverished
Ham KuU'li.of Tltu.vlllH, Kla.i Maok Timker, ofTltu.vllle
PINEAPPLE .JAM. blood.Hood's Kla., C. I>. Klooil.of Tltu.vllle, ria.W. .
)ALPH E. SMITH, 31. D. Grate the fruit for this purpose. To Pills are the favorite family KiKl.ter.Notic Mark*

add cathartic. Easy to take, easy to operate. DcaioNS)
every pound of the grated pulp CopvftioHTa Ac.Anrona .
AXD SURGEOX. three-quarters of a pound of powdered >. COTTON .ending a.keleh and deaerlrtlon mar

"Mist In Genital, Urinary an Rectal sugar; boil and stir it until it is of a Elephants on Indian railways pay at TWINES.A enlitmv Invention ueertaii.I. proh.lilr our tiatent.hle.opinion fr.e fVimninuletlon..trliSirninait.iitlal. whethar an
SOFT SEINE Handbook I'.lente.nnt
Diseases. clear amber color; put it into jars when the rate of 6 cents a mile. The baggage In tho Circuit Court, In and for Hrevard free. Oldnat avefier for aeeurllig patelita.I'.tenl. .
taken Ihrouifh Muml h Co. feiielv*
Located at riacide Hotel hot, and cover with paper when cold. cars have compartments for dogs, cats, County, Florida. PERfCCT BTURfigOfd TWINE. tptrlal iwittea, wit hout uli.ru.. In the

guinea pigs, rabbits and monkeys.Deiifiie.sn In CiiANCKitr: CABLE C0R08 and MACRAMC.E. Scientific .American.

oxviile, Floihda.menppie Aaron A. J e raiiw,
PINEAPPLE MARMALADE. i VS. I IIJavM lllll to foreoloneMortgsKe. EMORY JOHNSON, o a o.m.. mm.M00DUS A hand.om.lr lllnatrated weekly. I araeet elr.enlatlon .
Cannot lie Cured M. Kdiirrton and hi. f of any aelentlllfl Journal, Terma.SI a
Pare and cut in small pieces your pineapples wife,Jane Kdgerton. J CONN. yean fonr month., U Sold by all newMlaalora.MUNN .

Orange and Lemon and put them into a covered jar by local application, as they cannot apiwarlnu by the afnilavlt of 1>. f..Oaolilen, & Co1aB' "' New York
diseased' of the
the portion ear.
filed In thUratine
the nomiilalnant.
Land For Sale Cheap. set in a kettle of boiling water, covering attorney for Br.uoh Ontoe. M Ht.,Waahlaaton, D.U
There Is only one way to cure Deafness, that the I>avld M. Kdgur- THEFISHING
closely to keep In the flavor. Then and that is by constitutional remedies. ton ami hi* wife, Jane Kdgerton, are non-re ldenta l-
of the mate of Florida, and are both over
1 have for make a syrup of a teacupful of water> to Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition the aire of twenty-one ve.r*.ami that there I* nomron
sale 80 acres of pineapple boll and skim It. of the mucous fining of the Eustarhaln | In the Htate of Florida aervlee of a subo GAZETTE
"don St. Lucie river, a few miles be'Eden two pounds of sugar, Tube. When this lube gets Intl.imcd > na ii|>on wlitnn would hind the .aid defendant

40 of which being northeast Then add your pineapple, and boil you have a rumbling sound orimpelfi'ct and*that lluvld the.M..aid Kilxerton David M.ami Kdirerton.lane Kduerton and ..laneKdgetton (EaTAIJUHIIED l* l.)

wter of together half an hour, stirring until hearing, and when it is entirely realile at llurllngton. Ht ta of Wl>- 1 IIIDTOHY OK 1IIH WOHLDSKI9UKHIU9.
northeast quarter of section closed Deafness Is tlie result, and con.ln | It I. thereforo ordered that the defendant .
township 38, south of range 41 east; Is a clear, bright paste.PISEAPPI.E. unless the inflammation can be taken out *. Iiavld M Kdgerton and and Jane Edgerton. tie, The on I r wreeUly nnlillnatlon In thowwrhl
answer complainant
required to appear devoted eiFmlrlr ha
i t (
other 40 is the northeast quarter and this tube restored to Its normal condition bill of complaint on the Uimni.ri-I.l Kl.herle.. Klah Culture.
southeast quarter of section J TICK. heating will be destroyed forever; EioiiTKKjrrii hay or july, iwh, il natural lll.lury of Klah.

?n Mp 38, south of range 41 east. Pineapple juice can be put up very nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh or aald Idtl will t>e taken a* cimfeaaed and complainant the orncfAt V.tuntile ,Medium ortOAff for or A4v.rU..r.this trade.A .
ne above land be for $10 but Inflamed lie allowed to proreoal e.-parte with
bought when the fruit which is nothing an The FIHIIINU OAZKTTR alv.a th. d.llr >|Unlatlonl -
racre. It Is suitable for pineapple, easily during the season condition of the mucous surfaces.We aald naiine.It ordered that this order lie pull- of the prlni-lpal Fl.h market, tit the
v i'iemon? or llnle growing. Is plentiful, and kept on hand throughout will give One Hundred Dollars for Hulled I* further oni-e ea/li week for four consecutive. juuntrr ll ,lndl.nena.nl.and .11 the n.w..Ilk. of to th.th.Fl.hina FlrtMKKMAN World.It .

nV? 8old ,n ,oU o' 4 acres, fort the for flavoring. Press the any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) week. In the l..i>in Kivkh Auvocatk, a new* mil Klftll IjKAI.KH. Order. ei-ept.d on N. X.irintl .
year paper punll.hed at Tltu.vllle, Hrevard county, MKDI HANTS for prw. of aubwrlnllon. WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS.M'MV. .
laad WlU "00n be worth *50fc from the meat or pulp of the fruit, that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Florida.Wltneaa. I. n pr jr .r. po.ipald lo> Cnlleil
acr the Cure. Send for circulars, free.F. the lion.John H Mroonie, Judge ofaald I.Ka neid taaaila.J.if .
Pply to In jars or bottles, put over well A. A. Btewartclerk thereof > M>.(pald to VottlmmP4roatrlea.
C. II. Walton, Advocate put glass J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O.japSold court, a. a* par. year |
or to Robblns A Graham, Titustf fire in cold water and heat gradually to by Druggists, 73c. jun 3Xo tbla, and June the Kith anal,!of M.JunlTJulU aald. oonrt at the court house, cad for. aamplo eonr.Addr.a. .

the boiling point. When the juice Is A. A. BTEVVA KT,
L If this is who is Intoxicated or whose Clerk Circuit Court.
hot cork securely. man 1 Heal I MAIO EXPnESH liUXJ.,
quite stored In a cool place its flavor will be breath Is even tainted with strong drink | Circuit Court f Uy O. K. Htewart, It. C. 208 TIROADWAT.KW ViKi.\ I '"B Y. 7 -Jf.WhitPEFFER'SNERVIQORDIJi

is alllowed to take his post on a train on YOIIK.
lopes, note and letter heads bill perfectly for months. The ripe
kept the Grand Trunk railroad.Don't ! "t iMiwnrfuiir anl qui* Hf. Cur** wn r| all
r.h' tments" ta8". cards, etc ? may also be sliced and laid in Notice.NOTICE pineapples rmnormw youthful vliior. Afc l < ly Jna"J* Klad to have a share of your with alternate layers of sugar, then Mfe Attar.To N e have jars T.sarre Spit 4 Kaaoke I r JMgertoii Onwigt? flrovn.m mUslfvAMal iit H r.mttkm .
a first-class lob depart sealed I. hereby given that four week. lv.iM t a re N1 h lr f v
nneted V'lth heated hot in a water bath, and quit tobacco easily and forever,be macnetio. flrat publication if thl. notice 1 9n, r ed th ADVOCATE, the e H >ww |
( mni a/I gftrta nf mif ifrw or & #**# m v
w ask Is a thare of work.FERRY'S from the air. These should be kept full of life, nerve and vliror, talc* No-To- will apply to the Honorable Judge of the 4iirft -rr'i'/ii% W'irti* off lo fit# n4 o n tiiii(>iu>f ,
your up Baa,tbe wonderworker, that make* weak men Circuit Court of the Heventh Judicial I Irrult of For sale, that beautiful piece of property Nin t l l 4mMimt ImpiHMi m w nblM etui>*citut on.
where It is dark M well as cool.PISE strong-. All druggl.ta,*0o or SI. Cure saaran- Florida, for Hrevard county, for a llcenee to known as the Kdgerton Orange *(iut>M n mm It yiHhU n ar nt rpnttit. Inaintun n4 n* .
ffijf HKKrKfit'M NKHVIWOH, or *> n.I'mji
and sample free. Address manage, take charge of, and control my property situate the west side of Indian .
teed Booklet Grove, on !>*fli rri fft l T* vmkmt. frarmtd pluln trri
Sterling Kenedy Co. Chicago or New York.To ,ami to become a f reedealer.MUX. Kiver a few mile* south of Itockleilge. r *r, p lioi, or A t*** wUH X ' ,*
APPLE COXSEBVK.Dr. SARAH I'AVNK.F .vrlti n 4 raa< >fi t CJur* *r H l i rl tKaM
Nice resilience, good wharf, rlvor front, # nt>r. Famutil* c fr rtoM>*drUafMlHta.AlJr* .
director rt fierce, Fla.. VtuYh'iLl* ACKUICVtaL A 4'NtCkl i III.8oId .
L. C. Washburn, formerly prevent rubber boots from wearing June jun3-jull (SO acres of land, 22 acres In bearing orange 0 t
at Fort I, less. One of the most desirable .
of the experiment sub-station a-protecting slipper of woven grove. by J, Screven, onlj.Royaltansy
out quickly
his method of places on the Kaat Coast. Ten minutes'
Myers, thus describes wire la made to cover the sole and extend walk f rnrn poatofflce and Y. E. C. Hall-
is to
making : "My way of preparing a short distance up the sides of the Notice to Creditor*. war station. Very rich land, and needs

peel and slice finely, as for table use, and boots. no fertilizer. pjllsHKWlHMtrVKKr

weight of granulated sugar.In creditor*, legatee*, dlatrlbntee. and all Will bear about MOO boxes of orange* NKVntrAIL*.
add an equal Is Malarlon 1. devoid of bitter taate. AIX having claim,or demand* a aln.t thl* and In three year* will bear A iHi f r M-w>l uiiaWi' r Ul' rurwlpr
three days, when the sugar the aetata ol Baruwd C. flmlth, ilacaaaed, jfear it r|, m*>slv fainttr nlnr>iimmnttu
two or incorporated with Cures Chills and Fever; acts on the liver are required lo preaent the aama to mo within S.WjO Uoxe*. FIrst-clas* In every respect. +tU>n.Mow bm-xI y # .*,<*<#
all dissolved and well and regulates tbe system generally.AH two years,or tbla notice will be pUad In bar Turn Fine salt boat, all kind* of tools, etc., toan tmdtmtu luvlir>ra* ! > rir / > tl>**

I strain off the juice or syrup claim.. wllli property, which will be sold at a p p r. *W pmt *>*, *ih U L\A tl, ft j.i.*
the juice, Druggists.Ederata All person*owing *afd aetata are notified to kaiivl In plain wmppvr. *f i 4 h 11
for wine. I then add two-thirds a settle their account* with roe.W. low figure. Apply to the attorney'forowner tamp*for parU tla.r Hal/ lovnA'CAExaWCIAriO

to one pound I. ALLK.V, ,
?, Cal Hi. ,
of granulated sugar Bowels With Casta rate. r
pound Year Jensen, Fla., V. L. GA('L Cf! ,
of the fruit, and put It up In one or two- Candy Cathartic, ears constipation refund forever.lOe.gSo. Admlol.trator. Tltusvllle, Fla. Sold bJ.. B, Screrea, onlj.
fall mayU-Julfl
It will If CCC. ,druggists money.
pound Mason self-sealing jars.

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f INDUS RIVER ADYOCATE. +- Evert year, it Is estimated, more explanations have been given of Courtenay. SAYE MONEY And Bny From **

than fifty million flags are bought the fact that the poison of their / ii

A WBBKLT JOCBXAt. DEVOTED TO TBI DETEIOrMB.1T /- by the people of the United States adversary seems to have no effect W. C. Adams and L. P. Allen sailed to

OF THE IMDIAH BIVEB, LAKBWOHTH to display on the Fourth'of July ; on them. It used to be told how Cocoa last Monday.J. .

AMD BMOAVNS BAV SECTIONS.PVBU9UEI while fully one hundred million the mongoose, immortalized by D./Sams went to Cocoa Monday to

are flying to the breeze on this Kipling in one of the beet of bis have dental work done. Garden Seeds

) KVBItY FBI DAY.Cbakles auspicious occasion. jungle stories, made itself immune The drought was broken by a good Grain, Hay, Feed, Flour, Grits

by eating a certain herb, while shower of rain on Friday night last.T. .

H. WAtTOil, Editor & Proprietor.Dlncontliiuanoe Some months ago it was announced many modern authorities have S. Sanders, after a long, still hunt, Meal and* Cotton Seed Meal.

that Mexico contemplated stoutly maintained that it is not has succeeded In jumping another

at this offloe of or advt by*writing.. must be made personally going over to the gold standard. immune at all, only very agile. "dear." Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless to

There are a great many people in But now it seems certain that this Farmer Symmes is on Cupid's list. sell for cae.li on the Closest Margins. Wilte for mabeast. "
Only quotations ,
this who have contemplated animal and others really have in All wido a and old maids from SO to 05
ChabluH. country
Check,etc., ni y lie made payable to
Walton,publisher anil proprietor the same thing, only they their blood a substance that neutralizes please take notice, Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FU. j

can't get enough of the yellow serpent poison, as has been \V. R. Sanders and daughter, Miss

INDIAN KIVKR ADVOCATE, Itertrand, two French biologists, P. E. McMURRAYBAKER.
Florida.U. who have made themselves The Misses Sallle and Bessie Hall and OUR
TiTimviLLE already $$25.00
Dan Lamont has been Clj
secretary brother George Hall, of Faustina, weie
to a president, a cabinet officer, famous by their experiments with calling on our merchants here last Mon

and is now the representative of serpent venom. It still remains HORSE FiM

S.Deimrtinent of Agriculture hundreds of millions of dollars.He fgr some one, however, to .benefit day.Mrs.. B. J. Hilliard and two little

Weatlier Bureau Jupiter, Fin. humanity by the discovery of daughters returned to their home in
was a newspaper reporter twenty
years ago. Did lie have special something which will counteract Banyan last Monday, after spending several 1} Axles, 11 Tires, Tatent v.heels, double box, shafts and Spring Seat.
the days with relatives here. Sundries etc.
fatal venom of a rattlesnake Bicycles, ,
The following is a comparative statement privileges, or could
any newspaper
of temperature and rainfall for the accomplish as much ? when a person is bitten. Only two Richard LaRoche and family returned Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

week ending Tuesday, June 21, 108. reporter or three weeks ago a woman residing from Stono, S. C, last Saturday, where
moved last winter. Finding no
1808I We learn that bur a few miles south of Titusville, place like Indian River, they decided toreturn.
ATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIX. are glad to
succumbed to the effects of the The NewSelden
15 7 Ti 87 70M will be and
streets shortly repaired ,
M 72 H5 7l! bite of the deadly rattler in a few
the ruts filled with shell
new so
17 85 Vt 87 7HIX hours. White and Colored Troop* Ordered to
8.T 73 m 70 that they will be in good shape for Miami.

10 ho 73 00 70 the Fourth of July. This will be Cypress Door Company

20 SO 7.1 02 77 good news to all our citizens, and START A TANNERY.
21 88 71 IM 71 A telegram from Mobile, Ala., says
( especially to bicycle riders. Alderman that the first of colored volunteers
Total rainfall for the week: .01 Inches
It certainly seems as if there
Knox has the inhand.
Departme from normal rainfall for the matter In the United States took place
ought to be a good opening {or a there when the four companies
on Monday
week: minus 1.55 laches. Departure Opened October 1st, 1808, turned the steam on to
in Florida and of the Alabama battalion of colored
from norm ill rainfall since January 1, tannery why not

minus 13,01 Inches.J. While so much talk Is being indulged at, Titusville ? when the follow, The companies troops were arej taken Montgomery into the service., Mobile One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sash, Bland
W, Cjionk, Observer. ing facts are taken into consideration
in about grinding Iluntsville and Troy, and average
beets to extract the sugar,up says sugar an : "A dealer in hides at eighty men and officers. Orders were General Wood Working Plants in the United States.
Tampa shipped to a firm in New received to move the two brigades of

TITUSVILLE. One south hundred of Jackson and' exchange, why doesn't some one York five cowhides, which, when volunteers now at Mobile to Miami, Fla.It And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of elc''

vlllo. Is tho county seat of lirevard. ItIs start u factory for grinding up the tanned, make ten sides of leather, is stated that there are six of these years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may conlldently expect tlie ki
dead-beat and the First and Second Texas
the hemJ of the famous squeezing the cash regiments, possible material and workmanship at our bands. Our production will con
navigation on and netted him
of him ? $7.50. About the the First and Second Alabama, and First Sash Blinds Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass >.
Indian Hlver, and Is In the orange, pineapple out Therewould.be too Doors, t
same time a well-known shoemaker and Second Louisiana, all infantry, and
and section of the East much material 'twould
vogotable raw
; clog
all, from the fact of their coming from
ordered ten sides of leather from
Coast. It has five white churches, good the machines.A .
the lower part of the Southern States,
schools iresidences and tannin the firm in New York for
stores, same for
regarded as peculiarly adapted service CHAS. N. WELSHANS.
and ice fnotoiius, bank, newspaper, two which he paid $57.50. Saying in the West Indies in the hot sea
hotels, several boarding houses, two railroads wak tax of one-quarter of one
nothing about the freight on the son. In all, we are told Miami will
steamboat line, electric lights, per cunt on corporations engaged probably have 6,000 soldiers, of
hides many
shelled streets, etc. For hunting and to New York or on the leather
in the refining of and whom will embark from that place direct
lishlng, this suction is excellent, and Isii sugar petroleum back to Tampa,- there was a to I'orto Rico. CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTEE
lto piii'adlso for hunters and has been determined upon, ,
> u yachts profit of $50 on five hides that this The First Texas Regiment has already
men. The hammock land for ornnge, which will mean quite a sum
< snug tanner made, which cost him, perhaps left Mobile for Miami. They are expected
sugar some and of vegetable the finest growing in the State.Is said tobe to go to the United States from the 25cts. per hide to tan." Here to pass through Titusville this HAIR AND LATH. **

coffers of the Standard Oil Trust is an object lesson. Here we have (Friday) morning.

and Sugar Trust, to help defray the material with which to tan, State Agent L. & M. Paints and. Oils.

The unpleasant reminder of a the expense of our present hostilities either the palmetto root or canaigre Mult Fay The Tax.On .

stamp tax on many business matters with Spain. root, the former tannin extract Old 'Phone 8. )w\ 13 Hogan Stret
will take the of and after the first day of July everyone
now place the made by an establishment already JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Lotus. .
who draws a check on a bank will
bulletins for the enthusiastic.An The necessity for clearing the in
war .
operation here. There are hundreds have to affix a 2-cent stamp to the paper,
scrub from vacant lots in the vicinity of thousands of hides to tan andon every note, draft, bill of Inland

exchange refers to locomotive of our dwelling-houses, factories in the state, and why do we not do exchange, certlticate or deposit bearing
a" and other buildings was something in this line ? Interest, or postal money order, he will FERTILIZERS.
as being "beautiful. That only too plainly demonstrated last have to place stamps to the value of 2 ...
reminds us of the gushing young cents for each $100 or fraction of $100.On .
Sunday, when by the dint of much foreign bills of exchange or letters
lady who, when she for the 'first GOOD ROADS.A
hard work valuable of credit orders AliMOUR'S
time beheld the property was including by telegraph, PINEAPPLE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S .
great Niagara undoubtedly saved from destruction or express or other companies, he will
cataract, exclaimed : "(.'hi how by the forest conflagration, Two or three years ago the farmers have to place stamps to the amount of VEGETABLE FERTILIZER.
cute. 4 cents per $100.Signal .
which crept up so closely to our allowed themselves to believe Specially prepared out of the purest materials and recommended to grower

town.It that the good roads agitation was
because they are the very highest standard of excellence.
The British government proposes wholly in the Interest of the wheelmen Station AbolUhed,

to confer n title on the widow The columns of and that thl burden of providing For other crops we haveARMOUR'S
of the lite Hon. W. E. Gladstone legitimate them would fall upiin the The signal station at Jupiter has at

which would entitle her son newspapers are now regarded farmers' shoulders. That idea has last been abolished. The crew, instruments ORANGE TREE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S .
by the more intelligent and Hags and entire outfit Is now atFalm
to be called Viscount Harwarden ; thrifty portion of the public as an exploded, we are pleased to report. Beach where in future the station FRUIT AND VINE.ARMOUR'S .
but it is not known that the While the farmers
proposed know that good will be located. The steamer Eclipse
unerring barometer of the character
honor will be accepted. roads mean increased comfort and went to Jupiter yesterday to do the pLOOD, BONE AND"POTASH.
energy and success of businessmen transferring and
leturned last night
for those who
and those who fail to appreciate the loaded with the outlH. The contract Compare our analyses with those of any other manufactures. We cits ,'P"

was with much expression of the now universally accepted wheel, they have come to understand for the tower has been let and soon the you other Fertilizers or Fertilizer materials.
that good roads mean more I'.ilm Beach station will be in ship
Joy that our people saw the drought method of reaching the people than that for them ; that they not shape. Lake Worth News. Use our Complete Brands and you will get the very best results. Analj f;
ended this week, and for the next must fall behind in the race for
only mean pleasure and comfort prices, etc., furnished order.
few weeks we can look forward to business profits. on application. We shall appreciate a trial
for them, but a high degree of
copious rains which will be hailed
profit profit in time saved, profit ARMOUR & COMPANY
with delight, both for drinking A few cases of yellow fever have in vastly larger loads while marketing BABY SWEET. . ,
purposes and to refresh the productions occurred at McIIenry, Miss., but
their products, profit in saved Jacksonville, Fla.uthia .
of mother earth. The this does not cause the alarm that horseflesh
drought w s one of the most unprecedented would have been the case a few and profit in a large increase For the Freventlon and Cure of Chol
of their farms.
in the history of Florida years ago, owing to the improved Infantum, Colic, Indigestion,
and all bowel troubles It's a food when
for a period of about thirty sanitary conditions and the preventative baby is restless; give it a powder Instead .HAMMOND PACKING CO. ]

years.On. measures which are now of feed hi g It.A . ..
taken to arrest the spread of this powder in the milk helps-keep Itsweet.
A boon to the
July 18th next, the new rates dreaded disease. What cases there C. D. Provost mado a business trip toof well as the mother. teethlog baby as (Formerly The G. H. Hammond Co.)

for railway travel in Florida, made are will probably be confined to Cocoa one day last week.C. Price 2">cts, In packages of 20 powders. OUR

by the Railroad Commission, will the above place, and the fever will P. Provost made a shipment Any Homcupathlc medicines by mail, to SPECIALTIES :

take effect, as will be seen on 7thpage. no doubt be stamped out in short pines the first part of this week.L. any Ask address.for DR.In EDEN'S reasonable HOMEOPATHIC quantities. "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacor"Coin

A reduction to three cents order. D. Hancock called at Normandieon SPECIFICS.

per mile has been made on the Friday afternoon.Messrs Directions: A pow'der every hour un Special" canned meats."Calumet" .

trunk lines and on the smaller Ow Monday next, June 27th, at B. W. Scott and II. Collins, of half til relieved a then every of three hours In hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .

roads to four cents, which arrangement Key West, by order of Hon. James Banyan, paid our merchant a, visit on use hot teaspoonful water. For Colic leaf
will doubtless satisfactory W. Locke of the Monday last.It water.SAM'L lard.
prove very Judge United EDE>, M. D.,
to all railway passengers States District Court for the Southern still threatens to rain but that's all.A 1340 Bushwick Ave., cor SchnefTer St., Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .

in this state. District of Florida, the fleet of light shower fell the first of this week, Brooklyn, N. V.It .
but compound lard
about 27 prize ships and their not enough to do any good.F. sausages

K. Provost has completed the work KEEP RARY SWEET and all Packing House Products.
cordial invitation is extended comprising provisions, wines, .
on his new steamboat dock which will
to all residents on the East Coast etc., will be sold by publio auction. be very convenient tor shipping bis vegetable FLORIDA BRANCH Jacksonville Fla..
to visit Titusville on the Fourth ofJuly. Although Key West is a little out crop.A : ,

A programme of especial of the way for securing a big rush large school of manatee were seen sriuxis, QA.KoTdHso 53" Write us for quotations, and you will be pleased. *
Interest is being prepared for the of bidders, still it is reasonable to feeding near In shore several days ago.

auspicious occasion,, and those who presume that sutllcient will be on This makes many different schools that 8WEETWATEII FAItK HOTEL.Llthla .

come here on that day cannot but hand to preclude the possibility of have been seen here this spring.C. Spring,,Near Atlanta,Ga.

be pleased with the arrangements the vessels and goods being given Hardee Williams formerly of Banyan Florida ami New York le |iere pans our door. Florida Fruit Growers'Commission
that have been made for their comfort away* Titusville will probably be but now residing at Sea Breeze, Hotel opens Feb. 18. The must healthful loca
(East Daytona,) spent some days with tion In the South. Never any cun of conta-
and pleasure. Low rates of represented at the sale. his many friends this week, lie will 5Ion,the or Infection*
transportation will prevail by both have his crop of fine pineapples shipped out rink.place Xo as to cold spend aa the mountain spring month resort**with, nor

train and steamer, and all who will not be long ere the war before his return. He has some of too warm to be safe. Room* with both grate*
anil (team heat, electric Company.
come assured the largest pines that were ever grown and toilets, hot and liithta. pnnu bath* . .
are a hearty welcome. agitators will have realized that In this vicinity. parlor* and Klaaa-lncloaed cold running water. Sun
m they have embarked in a very expensive prlTllege*. Hotel c *t rioo.ooo. All Stop kind over* of
iuediainal bath*and the Vron-mit
Thunder storms reach their enterprise both for themselves known for rheumatlrn, Uthlairater
(or Fifty Casta.Guarantee.I kidney and bladder "Manufacturers'
S .
maximum in June and July though and others who can ill afford tobacco babit eure, makes weak SIS trouble*'.. Send for circular. SiSo to,4 per day- Fertilizers and Fertilizer AgenU for Reference by permission. *
per week; leu hv the Material, of TW
men( ,blood month. H. t'Hlake. National Bank State
the increased irons pur* too 1. All drucglataIt n
of living due tela of Put mlx
reported in every month except expense Christian and Manitou,Colo ii- aoy formula. Southern Savings A Trust t
January the region of Inter ''to tne war' Commencing next Friday rite for prices.

thunder storms centering about July 1, it will be compulsory

Louisiana. The average annual to affix a war tax stamp on every WATCHES CLOCKS WUY NOT SHIP TOUR FRUITS and VEGETABLES THROUGH TBI

loss of life from lightning in the check, bill of lading, legal paper, ,

United States is twenty-four persons telegram, money order, ami many ....FLORIDA FRUIT GROWERS' COMMISSION CO..,

and loss of property over other such things used in the regular Jewelry Diamonds We Insure

$1,500,000. People living in cities business routine, to which we ,

and thickly-built towns run little refer on our 2nd page, and by SouYenirs Wedding Carload Rates Carload Transit
Rings and Presents.FIXE in
Despatch No re-handling
danger, the risks ih the country or which it will be seen that war is aa ;

suburbs being five times as great. luxury and only benefits the few. Refrigeration when Necessary

For the same reason, the centre ofa WATCH ud JEWELRY REPA1RIHGA Markets *
SlLYERWAtf by telegraph daily, best possible returns to pat1
grove or forest is safer than its has long been known that SPECIALTY. Write us for
edges, the dense any particular,. Stencils and request.
growth acting to certain animals seem to fight venomous Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges market reports on
paid one R.
distribute the way. J. RILES,
current. snakes fearlessly and Address CC
many 223 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. FLA. FRUIT GROWERS' COMMISSIOX



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West Palm Beach.Chas.
food p re .
W _.k s the


Miller went to Miami, Monday *
night, on a short visit.G. S *'

G. Strohm and A. P. Anthony paid
Miami a visit last Tbuisday.Geo. .

S. Adanm and wife are Siting PRICES

relatives In Geoigia for a month. (I)

Several of our townspeople took ad
vantage of the cheap iate to Jacksonville TO
last week.

but The as Fourth yet nothing of July lus is been approaching done towards , | O-? O "W 2T S__

a celebration in our town.

The work of leveling and weeding out L1X i\.roun JT'ortllljasox .

POWDER the park done goes steadily is a great ou, Improvement.and what Isalieady hi Price $25.00.GUARANTEED 2JT Before buying the following Matcilals ho sure nml apply tous

Absolutely PuroM The city j.iil-biuls are doing the work.Eden. ANALYSIS: for prices, and wo will pro\o to you we can save you monvy.

Moisture a to 10 STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE, / i.
Ammonia ltd 6
hqual to Sulphate of Ammonia *> to 2Aa BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE,
Available fluimiht>iit) Acid t<>
i.sakino>Q PI* oo.t *VP fc Kqual to llone i'boHi'hataof Lima 11 to itB DISSOLVED BONE, MTUATE OF SODA,
I'otaxhKJO ,,,,
Prof. Kline's to Se
houseboat is at Eden. Kqual to Sulphate of lotaab .....*. to lit SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS,
Our long-looked-for rain has last MaKiiela, LimeSoila, eto ,i.. i 56 to Ml
2 Writ for Special Pamphlet.ZJT .
not to stay.mosquitoes are heic. but we hope Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very Jowprices.

i progressing quickly on the Eden boasts of an ice-cream parlor, H .
J road, under the able dlrec- which U quite a treat to the folks.
fofWt. PMerrltt.rhe young Please Correspond with iih before being induced to buy from Doiilot'H. Send torPamphlet. 0K
Annie May Whipple gave a very pleasant
steamer Biscayne, having receutly Is party to her little fiiends Filday, it .
thorough oveihauling,
lercone a being her eleventh blithday.

ready for business long again.ditches was Some of our young men aie becoming LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. (

dialling of two quite expert with the shotgun. Will ,
week which
Znce.1 at Ojus this ,
Richardson killed eleven curlew in three
Til do much towards opening up the shots this week. Tack: =!3on.TrIiL: ZtPloria-a,.
[ilrio lands for cultivation In that sec-
There was an lee-cream social Wednesday
n.r evening, at the residence of Capt. T.E. .
o of tlie most enthusiastic advoiei ltichairis, for the benefit of the i.Melbourne. Daytona.F.
of goods roads for Dade county areS Chiistlan Endeavor .
Jsoclety. The Premier Flour of America.Ormond.
MorHe and E. L. White, of Miami.a nnoDK. Real E.tate anil Ijann:
trimt their praiseworthy efforts will The birthday surpilso party, Saturday Afrvnt for .Ktna, I >mlou and I.lvorHiol and C. Cochram, of Palatkn, Is hero onbusiness. .
irgood fi ult. evening last, for Capt. Kithuids, was a lllobe.and Imiwrlal Klre Inniirance. 8ienlal .
success in every respect, and all had a attention paid to the InteroHt* ot non roallcnti -
The fine yacht Gull, with Mr. and Mrs. jolly, social time. Each lady presented < Father O'Royle, of Titusvllle, was

F. Poiter, of Daytona, aboard, the Captain with a pocket pincushion, with us over Sunday.Silas .
d hcie a day or so the end of last WHEN YOU GO TO MF.m pp Elliotts A and each gentleman a cane. His little lliizitar, Mrn. Chas J, K. Campbell A Co., Millinery H. Wilght, of DcLnnd, win hero
nk on her way to pre- grandson, Wm. F. Richards, Jr., gave Notion*. Orv OooiIh, Ladle*' roady last week, looking into insurance mat
notice of their trip was published him the prettiest cane, which was agoldheaded made and woven Underwear, Ferrla1 Renowned ters.
Advocatk.Ucut ror.eta,eto.,embroidery and colored silks,
the O. W Koester, of the torpedo one.I Rimvenl r spoon*, Btatlonury,eto.1IOT1T. Among the recent guests at the City For and

Hotel, we notice Frank Sams and Perkins ll
EilcBson, was a recent guest atstel HELLKVl'K, MELBOURNE, FLA.
it IF YOU NEED a Good, Reliable and Smith, of New Smyrna.We .
lie was on the sick lively \low of Indian River. In ft aheltoredRltuntlon
Biscayne. Widely-read Newspaper, Subscribe for
t, and will recuperate at his Pennsyl- the Advocate. rate*.Supnricir acooiuniodatlon*. Moderate have a new attorney In town. Mr.W. .

man home, but is anxious to rejoin \V. R. CAMI'DCLL, rropriotor. P. Tnlmnge, forir.eily of Pnlatka, has Bread Pastry. i ai
sboat at the earliest possible moment.Capt. opened an otlico in the Atlantlo block. ,
E. B. nambleton, of the treas- Ankona.Ed. HOTEL RIVERSIDE, MELMOURNE, FLA., The ChrlHtlhn Endeavor and the Epwortli Mnft.WsTr
department, has returned to Wash overlooking Indian Rlveri bnmellke ancu m> League societies will have a special
y limitation* and srood board. Hate* *l Ml
to going to Cuba ine combination service on Sunday evening
burn, preparatory day 0 IK) to $7.00 week, aroordlnir tolooarlon
visited Taurman or f |>er
military service. The numerous Swoope Geo. onMonday. of room. Hneeinl rate* to Klverpeople. July Urd. Represented by F. H. BURST JACKSONVILLE FLA.
ends of the Captain regret his enforced CHAS. X. MillRIliE, ,
Proprietor.LFON One of our liverymen, Wm. Troy, who
parture, as he had become much enaredto Nathan W. Frantz has completed an has been a sufferer from rheumatism for
them during his two yeans'ly addition to his house, which will be used hits to the Hot Springs, In
years, gone
at Miami.H as a postoffice.C. Arkansas, In hopo of being beneiltedthereby.
8UHO hl\, Melbourne, Fla.
Tilce Williams, who is In chaige ofmeralS. S. Moore has completed his new residence SEEDS Field and Garden SEEDS.

G Lawience's place on the which Is a model in aichitccture Nice little ahower Tuesday night, but

ami ilver, intends making a model and convenience. Delightful refreshing showers now not near enough. We are quite In arrears
rra of It, putting up barns v and other- In almost daily.Hon. so far as rain is concerned ; and,
Mullet heavily
are again running
i substantially improving the propty. the and the lisliermeu what Is worse, the woods tires ovinco too Largest Seed House in tlie State.
nets, are making
A number of thoroughbied Jersey C. T. McCarty was In town last sociable a disposition.
arrive and it is expected some line catches. business.Mrs. .
*t will soon Tuesday, on
it the General will have a tine resince Daniel and Charles McCarty, Bonn of Special Varieties of Com for Floildiu 8i etU for Foddor crops.
John Miner, of Tillman, was a
mooted In the near future. Attorney C. T. McCaity, who have just pleasant visitor here last Friday, Cassava Seed, 7.1c. per 1H( host. Send for Price Us125 -
graduated from college at Vinton, la.,
arrived home last week.E. Miss Helen Valentine, of Tlllmnn, L. CAMERON, Seedsman,
I Buy lumber and other building ma- spent last Satuiday and Sunday with The Imthing is perfect at Ormond.Mr. .
trial direct from the Builders' Supply Dutton, an enterprising gentleman friends here.Mr East Day St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
lumberkrtl of White City passed through Ankonato and Mrs. II. S. Crlppln, of New t
and the ,
j, St.man's Augustine commission.St. .save Eden last Tuesday, disposing of several *. L. C. Lockwood, Miss Margaret York, were registered at Hotel Ormond, Also Paper Shell Peacan Tiees, I to 2 yon is, Olustno stock, f 12 per 100.

hundred pounds of tine honey which and Trevett Lockwood took a trip to Sunday.

was gathered from his apiary.W. Cocoa last week. Miss Daniels, London, Eng., spent a

Augustine.Mr. C. Rawlinson is having his land John Henry, of Titusvllle, was In town few days at the Coqiiina hotel, leaving
grubbed at North Ankona, pieparatoryto List Monday, shaking; hands with some very reluctantly, Monday, for Washington CHESEBRO BROTHERS *
putting out several hundred orange of bis old irlends. B D. C.At .

J. E. Ingraham has returned from trees. Our people aie beginning to realize Hotel Riverside is si 111 open, and Mr, every place along the East Coast
trip south.Socialloving. that orange culture will be the future McBrlde says he Intends to keep ready from Jacksonville to Key West tho pink
people greatly enjoy the paying industry of this section of for all who may come his way. paper Is to be seen. As an advertising

ituple teas that aie given heie'eveiywlc. Indian River. medium it Is hard to beat.
Alexander J. Ooode left hern last Sunday

on the steamer St, Augustine on a Lieutenant C. M. Htlllard, one of Palatka's CJOMMISSQN JTlSII JEALEliS,

The Misses May Ilowatt and Stella Banyan.J. business trip to Fort Pierce, returning prominent young men, spent
ipoliave returned heie from their visit on Tuesday. Sunday at the Co<]iilna hotel. The Lieutenant
to start for Porto Rico Ina
Jacksonville. Judge Jones, of Titusvllle, wast a expects No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New Yoik,
Slight damage was done In the roundest R. Carter and family, of Tropto. pleasant visitor In town last Monday and few days.
) of the F. E. C. Ky. last Friday left on Tuesday for middle Florida, to Tuesday. He was the guest of Mr. and The Christian Endeavor Social, hold In SPECIALTIES: Spanish Mackoiol, Sheephead, Pompano, Uluerish, VA

ternoon by a fire. spend the summer. Mrs. S. F. Glbbs while here.J. the V. I. A. rooms on Filday evening Snappers, Klngflsh, Trout, Orecn Turtle, Redhead and Cnnvns-liuck Ducks.

Many of the soldiers come down from Miss Jennie Baker, of JVavoIand, returned If. Phillips, of Bast Melbourne, u last were, was tastily a grand decorated sucresss.whero The Ice rooms cream Stencil* promptly supplied. Reference* furnished If desired.
home on Friday last, after spending here last Sunday, being
iksonville and spend the day at South brought over and cake were daintily served.Mrs. .
iach, surf-bathing, etc.In a few days visiting among friends very ill, but we hope soon to see him
well again as he is now under the skillful E. Springer Oliver, of Leesburg,
entertainment is expected to take here.R. returned last Friday care of Dr. reek. Is spending a week at the Co for the A. Leadbetter FOR SALE
ice on Monday evening next will the parsonage this summer.Mrs. .
oefit of the Temple fund.It from Tampa, where he has been in the Last Saturday, Miss Elolse Hogg entertained .occupy Oliver spent the summer of lMlMi atOrmond.
employ of the government for some little her little friends. Miss Edith
Is stated on reliable authority that time.Capt.. Mack and Masters Frazler Campbell and to have. Her her with many them fi lends again.are delighted PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS
more excursions will be run to orom Neddie Ilell, at an afternoon party. The
any point along the line of the F.C Sharpe was In Banyan on the. new little folks had a jolly time. Of the following Varieties :
last week. Inspecting
Hallway for awhile, the governed
having Intimated that it may needs road. He expressed work.Geo. .himself as being Eau Gallic Abbaka, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, Ripley Queen, Smooth
> services of the railway for transports pleased with When In want of any kind of building

of troops at any moment. In conquence Gardner, of LaGrange, came material, in car loads or otherwise, the Mrs. HarrUon entertalnod her friends Cayenne, Pernambnco and Red Spanish.

of this the passenger departrnt down on Thursday last. He set thiee Builders' Supply Co., at St. Augustine, with croquet Tuesday afternoon.W. Apply to O. C. MATTHAMS. Florida Plneupple Co.,
is making no excursion contracts. hundred budded orange trees for Banker will be pleased to make you delivered West 1'nlm lieacb, FU.tV .
looks as If this order would materially Brown on Friday and returned home on price at your station. You have no 11. II. Oleiuton left Sunday, on abuMincss
Vt the East Coast seaside resorts. Saturday. agent s orpay. middleman's commission to trip to Gainesville and other

Childs Is busy here on his place, If need Job pilntlng, we
Sam 1 Williams of RnckledgK, Is you any ..I BUT OR SELL...
II. S.
and ,
looking after his young orange grove shall be pleased to get a share of It.5riT .
Georgiana/ himself. There spending a few days with Mrs. Capt.Mclntyre. .
building a good wharf toVero. .
Confederate Bonds t
has been considerable attention paid towlyirf Money,
along the island this has to West Palm If yon receive a sample copy of
building W. K. Tombe* gone
Mr. Mitchell left here for Tennessee had a nice shower of rain on Monday Reach to "pound brass** for the East the AovooaTK, It Is an Intimation that POSTAGE STAMPS.
ttweek.Or. it would give u* pleasure to add your
last. stock Id the world. AddreeavCHAS.
Coast Line. Largest
name to our fast-increasing list of subscribers
Chambers is shipping- large D. CUABU whlskle keen*.'bramly* a flmt-cluM>< Saloon.rum, >Win P""**, Miss Carrie Mendel, of Titusvllle, Is The Ml *e* McMillan, of lianyan, were it does not cost you three O. DARKER, Atlanta, Oa.
"P of pineapples.Alford and beem.domestic' cijrars, tobacco and clicantMn. visiting at Mrs. F. C. Prange's. pleasant visitors here this week, spending cent* per week (pontage Included) when
Hall is Improving, and was ofIKpior. from 91 > *, > P and' mail""" East Vero ha* one of the best and several days with Captain Houston'sfamily. taken by the year, and It can be sent tovou

"t walking Sunday.Mrs. order.prompt. Term.attention Cash.to telegraph&ABB. most substantial bulkheads on the liver.Messrs. . In any part of the United titate* or COTTON and
Agt. Canada without extra .
Bauer and Miss Hattie were Chambers, Faulkner, Kemp The many f i lends of J. 1l. Mills will expense..WILLIAM
"ting Mr. and Mrs. White, Friday and Newlan were here after melon* last be pleaoed to hear that he I* prosperous
>Sht.Capt.. and happy In hi* new location at'lampa.J. LINEN NETTING.
Fort Pierce.Capt. week. HUBER... .
li. will probably return to the East .
W. II. Sharpe, of City Point, Herman IloveUitid nnd aUters Laura Coast when the merry war l o'er.We .
w here Friday last, looking after the our burg a ami Hflen were visiting Ruby Gilford Shipping and Employment
d in this vicinity.Mr. Bob. Hardee paid one day la t week. see I>r. Hughletl's name mentioned
visit last week.Mr. for representative. If men of his .AGENT.
.. ..
and Mrs. Bettis and Miss Belle, Waller paid a visit to Fort calibre couul be induced to accept office
tOceanus last Monday to spend the John It would mark a new era Id Drevard II Laura St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
""mer at their former home in Ken- Drum on Monday. Roseland.I .
icky."Cncle". street* are being shelled, county politics.Messrs. Order* by mall, telephone or wire will 'FISHING TACKLE,
Our Near 4 Taylor arrived here receive prompt attention.
and 'Auntie" Ilughes, Mrs.roner which adds greatly to Its appearance.Mrs. ). Tain, Jr., has gone to Vero for an Sunday morning, with their welldrivingontHt Superior quality Linen Gill Xettlnjr

and Miss Beth, were calling at J. S. Bell and family left, Friday, indefinite stay. from Merritt, where they have made from Knoa's Scotch thread.

' Pleasant home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter'Weld's for Jacksonville on a visit to her parents. Allen Cain has returned from Woodley finished work on four wells for Chief ...HENRY A. MEISTER... Sample* and estimate* cheerfully furnished.

Friday aftei noon. where be had been for about two Nevlns. Mr. Near will leave shortly for Cork*, Leads, Line*, etc.J. .
?" R. for Tampa, Wednesday the north. rinsr-cLAa*
Hawks preached two exermons Mrs. L. Lane left weeks.L. JOHXSON A CO.
S. ,
* Sunday, at the church to Join her husband, who has a C. Moore made a trip to Tillman Lieutenant Merrill, of the IT. 8. Naval Barber and Hair Dresser
fip ce' The next qnarteily meeVl position there.Mr. the latter part of laat week, returning Reserves, psld a visit of Inspection to Manufacturer*,

l be held at Melbourne, the 1>thrtted and Mis. Johnson an Wed here with a fine cow and calf.On the signal station at Canaveral laat Saturday None but skilled workmen employed. 121 South St, 11ALTIMORE, STD.HoToBm .
"' J"y' E erboJy coidlally < loavlng here on Sunday's train
York Use bad to Private room for ladles' hair dressing
from New Tuesday the section men for to Inspect the station at that
rented the Thompson cottage.R Japiter, and Razor* In order. Ceats.
They have fix the rails which had drawn apart nearly put for riftr
Another big fire, Sunday afternoon, Outland held services here six inches at the drawbridge.I point.Mr. 11.1 East Bay St. Bath Rooms. Guaranteed toDeo babls '."'" *;**.
utn of Mrs. Kate Stewart's place, desZ Air and evening In the and Mrs. Wm. Treutler have gone D n*tron Moou pure. Mo, L All drucglata.The.
? 5me of her orange trees. Eight Su daV morning congregations. )" Cain, one of the oldest settler* to Chicago for the summer months, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
/* "res could be seen In different Method!. church, to large here, has been quite 111. We are pleated leaving their home In charge of Mr.Adams. .

at the same time.esd to learn that he is now better.At Mrs. Treutler anticipate* avery
day or so " > ' /ewells. have had rainIt baa enjoyable visit with relative*, and

Vpent rne, *rtughe eT*pleasant and Bruner day, Miss with The last been so last long we since seeing anything of her friend* wish her a pleasant Journey ADVOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing'.
( rain. and safe return.
Bower and Miss Hattie Wednesday this kind that we call It a big a


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Vegetables The Tropical

present the indications for the celebration

of the above event in Tltusvllle,
point to Its being the biggest success in Jacksonville, Tampa
can be raised at a profit, and many years. We are told the various

committees are bard at work, and Are JOSEPH H. DUEKEE, Receiver.
the yield enlarged, if properly meeting with much success. The Advocate
baa received several letters from

fertilized. Most fertilizers dodo down-river subscribers, asking for particulars itbouth-Ko. No. 37 iNo.fci; Id Effect May 5 t 8.Lv. .
No. 209. ill.
and stating their willingness tobe '|" 912a JACKSONVILLE.-..,
not contain enough present on the Fourth. Local Mixed 11 1040P lOp 036 aio ....Orange Park
The following committees have been Tu. Th, 'oia PeoriaMagnolia

appointed for the occasion : sad Sat I138pI140p 10 oi .Green u> Springs..

Bicycle races and parade: S. D. Gelger, 2 45a 12 40* 11 Ova ...Palatica...
Potash. Willis Goldsmith, Julian Wilson. Satsunia.,

Gun shoot: L. A. Urady, D. B. I>rit- 11 50a .Crescent Pomona City Janctlon

chard, W. It. Waddell. 4 46ajsa 1 52 a 12 nop Seville
Baseball: C. R. Stewart, M. S. Jones, 638"ii 3 23a 12 3Vpi ....DeLeon Springs....
Vegetables need plenty of potash jr., H. LaRousHolliere. i'oi'pi OlenwoodReresford
'ip 246S3B6S
Tournament R. D. B.Pritchard .
at least \o% besides Chan.: Case.Singleton, '80Ta 12 4tlp nn> J } ......DeLand ..,-..

Music W. K. R. E. Mlms 1 Upt2 Orange City JunoEnterprise
: Youngs, 438 pooo ...
the phosphoric acid and nitro 4tip
Xen. Best. 4 Nip Ar T1TUSVILLK.,
Refreshments: F. A. Losley, W. R. 3 411]. ..Mt.Dora
gen. Knox, C. W. Crabb. 4 Otip ...Tavares ....

Write for Sports: John Henry, G. F. Duren, aMR. 330 a a4J 3 1 OOp trip Ar ....Orlando Sanford t.
fertilizers. our They book*free.GKRMAN which. tell all about J. O. Walton. 5 10 a 4 06p ...Lakeland... ..
are Fireworks: Wm. M. Brown, S. F. ssrnolo 8 20p BartowAr.
... ,Punta Gorda
at 11 1 |> ,
KALI Maurice Walsh.
WORKS. 6 05p Tampa..Tampa'Bay .
91 Kihu St* New York. Dance: W. K. Youngs, W. S. Branning 750 3B0p a Hotel...
H. E. Mims.Transportation. 8 3" aTu. rj'snp Ar Port Tampa....v..LvLa TOupm230pm 8 35 a ml ..

: A. W. Bule, F. W. SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES 1 .,ThurA Bat8un.Wed.SFrl 2 9 CM OOp>1 Port Key Tampa West Lv ArAr 800pm Sun.Mon.ThurSt Wed & Krl.

Miller, L. C. Brannlng. ArHavana t..Lv

DEMOCRATS ATTENTION.A Reception: Judge M. S. Jones, Geo.M. Finest Culalne and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.

Robbtns, Col. D. L. Gaulden, M. The rieet la composed of tbe following Handsome Mew Bteol Steamers I"Comanche" Dally, t Daily except Sunday. *Mon.Wed. andFrl. ITues.Thnrs. and Sat.
ChII For a Htnte l>eiiinrratlo Convention Goldsmith, Dr. U. R. Wilson, Dr. A. A. Train leaving Jarksnnville 9:1: J a.m. arrives Gainesville 1:06 p. m Ooala 2:00: p. m Imi.J
Stewart, Dr. S. W. Carroll, A. Brady.A - "Algonquin, "Iroquois, "Cherokee "Seminole. 3:4Sn.m.Brooksvllle5ft5n.m.: : dally. '<
at Orlando S 1HI
August Trains*l and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cinrlnnatl anil TW
rate of one fare for the round-trip NorthBound.Bteamert and local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open Xor accommodation of nasi
will be made on the F. E.. C. R'y., and Union Station, Jacksonville,at 9 p.m. "'8er *]

The Democrat lo Party of the Stat* of tickets will be good from Sunday, the KLA., are calling at>|x>inted at Charleston to sail according), Sundays.to the tide.Tuesdayiiand Thursdays.Hroiii Train 23. leaving Jacksonville dally at 9:12 a marrives at Hawthorne at 12-u. fl ln._,.
will hold Hrd From JACKSONVILLE ( 1:00, Ocala 1 Xeesbnrg 3:50: Brooksville 5:4: p. m. Train leaving Jacksonville '
Florida a Stnto convention nt until Tuesday, July 5th. OHARLKSTON. tt. C, Mondays, Wednesdays and Irldays. : p. at 9 is
arrives at Oakland 3:0T: p. ni., Laco whee 6:40: p. m.,Tarpon Springs 8:20 p. m., Clearwater
Schedule Jacksonville and Charleston dally papers.
Line" or
Orlando Florida For tour of sailing see"Clyde "wi"W.
oniWedncsday. August m.. St. Petersburg 10:00: p. m., daily except Sunday.

't, 180H, at 12 ni. for the following purposes AND MRS. BLODGETT'S South-Bound. General. B. COFFIN Superintendent., O. D.General ACKERLY,
Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier i! East River, New York, at 3 p. m., as "" l'assengtr A t
: WEDDING ANNIVERSARY. vnrrUAUJ FSYON B.C. Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays.
To nomlniito the following candidates, For JACKSON VU.LK.JfLA.,(calling at Charleston), Monda>s. Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde .

to wit: Two Justices of the Supreme and Southern Lines (Freight only.)
The account of New England ,
Court, one for the full term of six years, following Interesting (Calling at Charleston, S. C, both ways) Florida East Coast Ry.
the fifth of the ofMr.
anniversary marriage STEAMERS"
and one to fill the unexpired term of
and Mrs. D. A. Blodgett, of Grand are appointed to sail as follows t
Hon U. S. I.lddon, luslgned; a State From foot or llogan Street,Jacksonville, From Lewis' Wharf, Boston, TIME TABLE NO. 13. IN EFFECT MAY 18, 1808.
Mich. has been received at the
Rapids, FRIDAYS.
Treasurer to fill unexpired term;two Railroad THURSDAYS.Clyde's
Advocate office. Mr. and Mrs. Blodgett
Commissioners, each for the term

of four years, and one Railroad Coinmlsalunor own a fine winter residence at Daytona, St. Johns lliver Line.DB .
and well and known
for the term of two yours, to be are favorably on
Indian River 1IARY LINK
voted for at I lie next State election; and : < )
Sanford, Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River.Tbe .
to transact such other business as may The palatial home of Mr, and Mrs. De- Jacksonville,Palatka,

los A. Blodgett was brilliant with lights elegant Sldewheel Steamer
come before the convention. "
and Mowers and with 1IAIUCY O.
The different counties In the State will thronged guests CAPT. W. A. SHAW.Is .
convention on Friday evening, in observance of the
send delegates to the upon
fifth anniversary of their marriage. Five appointed to (all as follows t
the following basts of representation: Tuesdays and Saturdays at 500 p m
One dulegato for each one hundred vqtes hundred invitations were Issued, and the Leaves Leaves Sanford Alnuduya and Thursdays at B.UU a in

for the candidate on the State ticket spacious rooms were filled during the NORTH BOUND.Keadjip. .

who rerelved tho highest number of receiving hours. SOUTH Read BOUND.down. SCHEDULE. .

votes at the general eleotion of 1RIH1, and Flowers In abundance bjossomod every Leave 3.30 p. m.S.4A ...Jacksonville. "Arrive 2.00 ra.
... Leave 8.00 in.
m. ......Palatka. p.
one additional vote for the fraction In where. A small forest of palms was 8.00 p.a. in. ,. .. Astor. .!... 2.30 p. ni.
banked against the staircase In the ball.A 4.30 a. m.a. ...St. Francis... 1.00 p. in.
execs* thereof when It amounts to fifty in. ... Beresford ... 12.00 a. in.
or more.Tho tall bank of palms, ronchlrig to the 8.00 a. m. ..Blue Springs.. 11.00 a. in.
.....Hanford .... 9 oo a. ni.WJ0 .
formed artlstlo Arrive 8. o a. m.
counties under this rule will bo celling, an back-ground 9.25 a. m. ....Enterprise... a. in.Cen'I .

entitled to rcpreHvutatloa as follows: for the receiving party in the reception

linker Dradfoid pailor. The tall mirror was outlined Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.F. .
Ahichiia, 14; 2; 0;

Drevaid, A; Calhoun, 1 ; Citrus, 2; Clay, with a handsome tracery of red honeysuckle
of M. I now mow it a. Jr., Fla, Pass. Agt.
J L. Howard. Superintendent.
yellow garden roses no.
4; Columbia, 0; Dade,' -4; PeSoto, if; sprays Foot Hog.., St, 204 W Bt Bay St. .
and festoons of vine. Howls JACKSONVILLE. FLA.W. .
Escambia Franklin ' asparagus
Duval, 22; 11; ,

(adsrion, 4; Hamilton, 4; Hernando, 2; of red carnations gavo an added dash of G. Eooiw, T. M., H. Wabbcrtojc, T. P. A., W. II. Hexdkrbox, 'e. P.A.

Hillsborough, 20; Holmes, .1; Jackson, color to the room. 5 BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.WM. BKTWEKN WKW SMYRNA AND OKAMuK CI IV JUNCTION

It; JelTersnn, 11 ; Lafayette, 3; Lake, 7; The drawing room was brilliant with P. CLYIUS CO., General Agents. HoTTFi N J STATIONS. JfTli
crimson poppies, which banked tho mantel 5 Howling Oreen.New York. <* Delaware Ave., Philadelphia.Tiiio.
Lee, 2; Loon, 14; Levy, 4; Liberty, 1 ; >pOOp ioliia1188a evt: ).w Smyrna.. Ar li'ip X>
and were also used about the room.Jardlniors .. T ak.H.len ... Lv 13 4 p 4 tip
Jlanuteo, 7; Madison, 7; Marlon 0; Monroe 8 2Up HOlp .Orang. City 112 29p 8 WoI

4; Nassau, I; Orange, 10; Osceola, of red peonios and hydrangea MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. 8 28p 12 lop Ar Orang. City Junction. UiSp dip
gave an added brilliancy to the musicroom. All trains bMwwa New Smyrna and Orang. City Junction Daily except Wunday
2; l'asoo, 4; l'olk, 8; Putnam, 8; St.

Johns, 7; Santa Rosa, 5; Sumpter, 4; Pink carnations lent an added KEY WEST AND HAVANA.Tha
charm to the music-room. The windows Florida, New York; .
Suwannee, 8; Taylor, 2; Volusia, 8;
pillars and archways throughout Philadelphia and Boston. steamship Clry ef Key West of th. Florida East Coast Steamship Company Imwi
A 4
Waukulhi, ; ; Washington, 8. Miami for Key West on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays after arrival at tram from Jacksonville
The counties will select their delegates tho rooms were twined with festoons of From Ilrnnswiek, (via Port Royal, S. C.,) to New York.PASSKNOKIt making connections at Key W.st with st.am.rs for Havana. Leave Key Wsst 1 JO
in any manner which may be deemed vine which hung 8KHVICE.To &m. (standard tim.) on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays,arrivUg Miami n.xt moralil
asparagus as gracefully t.miihI with north bound train.
best by the penpto acting through the Florida make connections with steamers leave Jacksonville on
party organisation, as lucognlzed by the as moss. Thursday at 11.00 p. m .via Kernamlinaclose connection with T11 Tl Tahles show th. tim.s at which trains and boats maybe .xpeot ltosrriT.Ml
The side verayda enclosed and Cumberland Route summers nt Fernandlna for Brunswick. apart from th. sav.ral
last State Convention. was fitted stations and porta, but th.ir arrival or departure at the tlmwstatwl
Supper will be served immediately on leaving Fernandlna. la not guaranteed,nor dow the Company hold Itself rvaponalble for any d.lay or say
W All domociats ate Invited to pnitlci- up for a musicians' gallery. The Passengers go at once on board M.ilfory steamer on arrival at eonsMn.nn.s arising th.r.from.
pate In the selection of delegates thereto blue ilag llllos and palms decorated, andWellenstotn's Brunswick, For copy of local tim.card oall at S3S Wnl Bay Str l. Janksonvllle. or address
Including those who have become J.P. BBCJTWITH. Trafflo M*
ag.r. J. u. KAHNIK, A. O. P. A.
qualified to vote since the last eleotion. orchestra furnished a pro PROPOSED SAILINGS ILv. Bt. Angnstta..
of muslo the
gramme throughout even
The chairman and secretary of eacli
convention hold for the ing. The circular front veranda was enclosed .New York,Tier 21 E. R.,3:0Op.: m.,' (Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick.
county purpose
of electing delegates to the State Convention with hangings of American Hags, Friday, June 24 CITYOF SAN ANTONIO. ....Friday, July 1
and was decorated with a forest of palms Friday, July I.. .COIX>RADi) . Friday, 8
are requested to send Hon. YT.A. and troptoal plants and vases of La Friday, 8... ..CirY OF SAN ANTONIO.COLOBADO ..Friday, 11
RawlB, chairman, Tallahassee, Flo., A rriday, 1 ... ...Friday, i2
written or printed copy of tho proceedings France roses. Friday, 22... .CITY OF SAN ANTONIO. ...Friday, s
The recolving party, which stood before J3LS uthern
of such conventions together
county information trains, rates, etc., to railroad to [
the bank of palms In the reception For general steamers, apply any agent or aij *
with n list of the names of the A. P. MURPHY,Agent,220 W.Bay St.Jacksonville
narlor, was composed of Mr. and
Executive Committee appointed Oeneral Southern Brunswick, Ga.
County H. H.RAYMOND, Agent,
designating thereoo the chairman and Mis. Polos A. Blodgett, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.MALLORY,General Agent, Pier 20, K, Rfyer, and 8 2 Broadway,N.Y.
John Blodgett and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Railway;
secretary of such committee.W. Lowe.Mrs..

A. Kawi.h, Chairman.J. D. A. Blodgett wore her wedding
C. CooPEit, Soo'y. gown, which was of duchess satin, decolette Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad.

entrain, with an oversklrt drapery

of point lace, which coverod the front of Now Florida and Northern Air Lino nntl Florida Trunk Line. 1I03T EXCELLENT
CALL FOR A CONGRESSIONAL the skirt, and a point lace bertha, which OFFERED OUT OF
Time Table In Effect May 16, 1808..Noa. .
CONVENTION ttlmmed the bodice. Her ornaments

were diamonds.Mrs. NORTH EAST, WEST.THH0TJOH .
John Blodgett wore a handsome
Of the Second Congressional District decollette gown of blue nnd white silk

of Floitda, at DeLand, Flu., Wednesday organdie over a light blue silk, and diamond PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, DININO CAB3|
July 20, 1808. ornaments.Mrs. .
The Democratic Party Of the second Edward Lowe wore a superb THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBTJLED TRAINS."WASHINGTON .

Congressional District of Florida will gowu of black Satin nnd tulle, with

hold a Congressional convention at Do- heavy jet trimmings, which was cut docollette AND SOUTH "
Land, Fla., Wednesday, July 20, nt 3 p.ni. and entrsiu. Her ornaments WESTERN LiniTED.
., for the purpose of nominating a were diamonds.Thosn ?nih Vl* < Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars b.tw.eo Tampa and K.w TtA
Democratic candidate for Congress from who assisted In receiving weroMr. via Jaeksoavtlla, aavaunah and Columbia, without ehang*.

the Second District of Florida, and to ond Mrs. J. V. Fitzgerald, Congressman UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."
transact such other business as may nnd Mrs. Wm.Ylden Smith; Mr.
come before tho convention. and Mrs. Wm. H. Anderson, Mr. and Pullman Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeping Can bstwa.a Jaoksonvllle and New Tors.Embraclno .

The different counties In the Second Mrs. S. B. Jenks, Mr. and Mrs. James U. ; Lynchburg Charlottesville.Washington.
Congressional District of Florida will Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. X. A. Fletcher, .
send delegates to the convention upon Mrs. M. R. Blsael and Mrs. M. A. Aid- Baltimore and Philadelphia-

the following basis of representation: rich: ,
M One delegate for each 100 votes cant Mrs. Percival 1). Garvey presided over ci !, "..PSw1J', !with alas:R90m, eoaneatlon Sleeping for Cars Loaisvili.to Mason.and Atlanta.the Northw.st.Chattanooga and

for the Democratic Congressional candidate the punch bowl In the drawing room,
at the election In 181st, and one additional and was assisted by Mia* Grace Oriswold. Also Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to

delegate for the fraction In excess Miss May Robinson and Miss Bessie Cincinnati via Columbia Through the
and Asheville
thereof when it amounts to ,
flfty ormore. Widdlcomh, In the library Miss
The counties under this rule will Helen Sheppard served frappe, and was "LAND "
be entitled to representation as follows: assisted by Miss Edith Studley, Miss

Alachua, IS; Baker, 1; Bradfonl, 7; Julia Hawkins and Miss Louise Barnhurt. -

Brevard, 8; Clay, 3; Columbia, 7; Dude,' .to.. ap 7"
4; Duval, 17; Hamilton, 3; Lake, 0; In the dining-room the decorations sy at.at el the aouxasn* Railwat or its ona.elioBS. ear reservations

Madison, 0; Marlon, 10; Nassau, A; were Paris daisies. A huge cut-glass .38 and 34 make connection for Brunswick, arriving Brunswick 4'JO p. m. and 8:40: p. mrespectively.
Orange, 10; St. Johns, 7; Sumpter, 4; bowl of these Mowers formed a handsome For New Orleans,train leaves Jacksonville 9.28 a. m with through sleepers, ar.
Suwannee, 8; Volusia, 7. centerpiece, while small bowls of riving new Orleans 7:40 a. m. Only through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from New Oriean If X. 8HLP1CAH, Floria, Pass. Agfc. an West Bay Strees, jscksonvUls. H*

The counties will select their delegates the daisies decorated the corners of the *8:02 p. m. SLEEPINO CAR SERVICE.Nos. ' wAtusk.. a. h. hardwicz,

in any manner which may be deemed table. The mantel, which was handsomely .33 and 3d Fast Mall, Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville, and theVClnclnnatl Trs/a.VraaaUVM.If sasrsr A jnj. Pas*. Atl., A t.o.-.F.- i-ak;
best by the people, acting through the banked with foliage, was bordered Sleeper via Asheville.No a Waahiafloa, D a l
party organization, as recognized by the with a fringe of daisies and maidenhair *.37 an tt4 last Congressional committee. 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa. _
Besides the dining room, No,3 carries sleeper from Jacksonville to Atlanta and Chattanooga. This Is brought to |
All democrats are invited to participate the front veranda was used as a refreshment Jacksonville by No..
in the selection of delegates there bower. In the dining room the All baesaoa will be ch >ked from Union Depot.OH Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket '
to. Including those who have become Hnvan Street, aa well aa at the Union depntM ticket olHce.O. .
ice cream was served In water lily forms
R.W. CAMPBKLL.l'assenirer Airent. J. F, \RsiiaLL.Ticket Aienf.3M w Bay St., cor.office. .
qunlined to vote since the last election. a white rose being laid on the side of Tfuvan,Jacksonville.WALTKR; GOLEMyN, 1eul TraveTinV'ArVnV. Jacksonville.O. It peats with The Advocatk l ltill girl"? *\
The chairman and secretary of each each plate. The Ice cream served on the M. HOLDKN,T. P.A., St.Augnstine, Flaw MacUONELL, Oen. Pass. Agent.
free seed
county convention will send to E. S.Crlll verandA was In forms and color of pink tobacco vTthin.Snct on.Udrt.

chairman, Palatka, a written or roses, to harmonize with the decorations. torvs Ims manhood Call and get some,
printed of of such Remember that tho Ixdxan KitkrAdvooatk sa to. its cultivation.
names delegates
copy A La France rose accompanied lak.sltk.am .
;y"We would esteem the favor if ''Id. SO0.0O0
elected does all kinds of job printing oar
as are to the Congressional con each frozen one.Mr. - wir.a bur '
leaders *
vention. VT. S. Crill, and Mrs. Blodgett received many at short notice. Send them an order our advertisers, when to writing or calling upon a. MOTUBACrrVvssss STSabscriber, your attention l
and be convinced that It Is the place to purchase merchandise, v ... "'VOM? for sa T.S.it wlia *,,
W. P. Anderson, Chairman.Sec. unique and unusual gifts, all of which etc., would mention the Advocate. to the name-and-date slip P
pro tern. were appropriate to the occasion. have job printing done. your paper or wrapper, If you

arrears, please remit.

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.NEW [Too late for last week's Issue.]
.. YORK... SEC 'S.lf* AUGUSTINE. In-Ill.at the Armory, iner eounty jsir.eeerfsrrueaday
The evening In the month, at Se'eloolt.v. .
Is always a welcome it. arKWAitr, capo.Uk.V .

'Tbe only hotel on the bay. Summer vlsttor to Ormond.
ft* > 3.-
BRE.VOORTWftHIHOTQW Tr OCEAN YIEW HOTEL rates for permanent guests. Ex cello attable. Sheriff Itagan, wife and sister occupy P. 8. V. K.
%QHOUSt tv One of the best places on the Atlantic the Skinner cottage, Meet* everv sinminy evening at 8-TO 'l ek ,
Coast to spend your summers, at the lr sb)terlan ihurvh.IM .

*tigf&ii ST. AUGUSTINE flood fishing, sailing, and surf-hathtng. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mason will y
SB UKr afagsmS FLA, For rates, address K. C. IIAYDEX, Mgr.OHMUNI the Price cottage on the beach this sum >l.rh.M>KN r tlUbMl <.OOI> TKM nuns*,

mer. lltuavtlle t.ndge> No. IT meets every Tissdajseteiilng
a ":. In rrvalixtcrlun church. VublMM
meetings first Tuesday In Guests Hotel
at Cootiina
). are enjoying '
A. OAltDNMt, (I. W. rU'DHIE,
all kinds of dainties made from tiutleIt ttvu't. i. r.

tr"S HOTEL COQUINA ORMOXD-BY-THE-SEA, FLORIDA. is whlapeied abroad that we aie ClIUItCtllCH.K.'lisCol'AI .

soon to have another wedding in Ormond.

1 Open for Summer Season of 1808. Fine surf-bathing, fishing, riding, driving / OU'ltCH.8trvines .

0 Skills and wheeling. Sea Food a Specialty. grid and 4th Pnmliiy* l sntli
4 Mb*. M. VANCE, Proprietress. Miss Helen llostrom is the happypnascssor month, at It a in.nnd ?::hi p. m. mtndasssansJHv
Rates, $3.00 per day; f8 to $10 per week.SKW of a line, latest-model Steam'swheel. iv Kumluy at u .Ml u. iu. kvenlng pr ** *
tp. in. on Wednesday a. Lltauy service eressy
Friday at lfl a. in.Arvbdeiicon.
II. F. IIhohn, Iteeler.HtKHIIYTKIJIAN .
SMYRNA.HOTFIl Tho Coiutn.t hotel la winning golden

opinions from Its many guests, the table ClllHtCII,
being tlrst-class in every icspeut. Mnhhnth m.and .
acrrlcesetery at It s. T..Wp.ns
NFIM NEW SMYRNA, FLORIDA, Aundtiy school at II 45 A. m < has. Hiinlurr*.
Miss Edytho Foulke returned from
8upt l'rii>er meeting on Wednesdiiv stsnlnc;
dulnr| ,) summer under tho
l9 kept lo management -
open ) ,
Rulllna College Winter Park and ati'.m. 1 lie puhllc are cordially Imitod lass.
of Mr. S. L. Story. Special attention will be given to traveling men; as tend our services.It .
ill ho special rates by the week or month to families. lv miles to Ocean Beach; warmly welcomed by ber many friends.Mr. v. rAri.lim.tOMAN, VnnerHAl'IIST -

good bicycling; row ami sailboats fiee for use of guests. For rates, etc., address H. N, Duncan Mrs. Vance's chief

S. L. STORY, New Smyrna, Fla.OL1VEH clerk and ablo assistant at tlioCoo\ilnu, Cllt'KCH.

has been spending a few days In Del.and.Mr. Preaching every sreuud and fnurlh Bmidaysinorniug ,r
and evening, Traver Meetings sversWiuluesdiiy >
r? Z =i is lift SIMtlNGS, Knttt TeiiiiwHer. and Mrs. J. ]). 1'iioo and little son, evviilng at T IN) o'cloi k. riuudayMohoot
every Humlnat 11.4,1 a, in. Alsopivs, Is
S3 Hubert, started for the New Mount lug ttrst Huiidav at Ijiilrungo. All arotortltaujs.

3 a? OLIVER SPRINGS Anderson Co., East Tenn. Plonsant week, house, White Mountains, Inst Invited to attend, K. Nt IIKI4., I'astar..

Fred King reluctantly left tbo Cnqulnaon siKTiioiMsr rnt'Rrii.Kegular .
The most delightful Summer resort In the South. On the Southern Railway;
high up in the far-famed range of the Cumberland Mountains, 1,500 feet above the Saturday inoinlng. Mr. King Is one at services II a. in.e\erv uml first T ihi, third p. in and, ftnaisjwaclifsd t. uvl1rHnniliiys

Flacide Opened &- level of the sea. No mosquitoes. No malaria. Nights always cool. Days never of Galnoivillo's popular young men. He every Hiiudnv at le.oo a. m. Kpwortlial \ *
January 1894j excessively warm. Nine mineral springs In the grounds (all different). Spocial expects to return tt> Ormond ere long, l iigiin em n Hnmlav at 8 Ml p. m. Praver,iiiees Toss
rates all and foldeis. N. POWEL lug every Tlinradii.i nlnhtat
over railroads. Write for rates K. Prop.1CIIEA Ladles' Aid Haielolv meels >Yedneailas*
the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west Mr. Lucas, of Des Moines, la., who at iini p. m. hver)body vselui'ine at our eburtnservices.
Lblock from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. was recently here with the view of locating .

[Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all tialnn. Terms $2.50 per day and SPRINGS, East TeinicsNce. says Captain Shaw so discouraged A. W.J..IIKHT, Past, rCATIIOMO >

Vsards. Special rates by the week. JOHN S. BOWEN, Proprietor.fowlers' him that he decided to return homo., ClU'RCII.

The cottages along tho bench aie rnr- Services at in s, in. every Rnndnv, In nrsw
SPRINGS East Tennessee.
.RHE.A Church building. North Tltusvllle, ChllilreurXaoateehlsm
.. .. idly taken. Judge Fowler and his blight at 3 p.
in.KKV..I, V, O'Hovib, ltectorvMl
Hotel. This Celebrated Health and Pleasure Resort now open. Water renowned for daughter, Miss Nellie; also Sherwood

. Dyspepsia, Kidnoy and Bladder Diseases. Highly lecommcnded by physicians for Fowler and wife, from Palatka, weionmong
Insomnl.i and all Nervous affections. No Malaria. No Mosquitoes. Excellent the first to nrilve on the lleucli.Mr. MM PA I..
This hotel is now under new management, and has been thoroughly renovated Table. Two hours by rail from Chattanooga. T. B. GORMAN, Proprietor.
iroughout. I T. A. I.eute, one of the most congenial TOWN COPNC1L.

Bus meets all Trains, and Electrlo Cars pass door. Bath rooms and all and obliging ..ngents connected mnvnrt It. H. Hinlth, msrsrinfIt.

>nvenlences on every floor.OPEX WHITE MOUNTAINS, N. II. with the F. E. C. Hallway, Is stopping II., clerk Prltehard and ,nssessori uis collector Minor i H. H.H. Vanliimlinghiiin Jones, Jn< -_.

ALL THE YEAR. at the Cotiulna during t lie?absenoo of Ms It Walker, K. I.. Ilradv, .1, M. lUsnn, Wv K n<
linos, eoiincllinen, Tim council meels seetms**
Rates: American Plan, $2.00; European, 60o to #1. Spocial by the week. family, who nro visiting relatives Iu Can and fourth Mnmlitis In em h mouth,

FELIX GAUCIA, Prop.'he New Mount Pleasant House, WHITE MOUNTAINS, N. H. ada. HOARD OP TUADK. fI J

Extensive Improvements nro
OPEN FUR ITS FOURTH SKASOV, July 2nd, isns Tim ram with which It*Is readied from Meets every second Wediiesilsv night In enr.luouih .
New York, Its pure-water,pure air and grout elevation, make It peculiarly desirable a* a summer lining made nt the cosy Hotel Coiiutnn, at Siiki tvi lock In rooms over iioatoltlce.. _
Cor. Bay Bridge Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. reHort. Tho famous drives of the \\ bite Mountains are all tributary to Alouiit 1'lnasitnt, The liorKei Those who loturn wluteis ludgii M, H, .loin's, presli>ent| Win, M, |lr wn ,
most will bo
Elliot Under are carefully aeltx tad New Kngland stock,and mmt of thti vehicles were made expressly for truasii er| .1. U. Usst, siM-retary,
new management. Each department the Mount Pleiiaaut House, all of them possessing the requisites f f perfect comfort anil aafety. greatly pleased to llnd tho Coiiulna ono
furnished absolutely new with all modern improvements. The tennis court*un Overlooking the St. Johns ltiver.iitbin tine Rolf course,a well-latd-out baseball diamond, au archery range and croquet ground. of tho most comfortable hostelilos In the COUNTY OFPICEIIM.HCIUIDI .

three blocks of the Union depot, Clyde S. S. Co., and new postolHce. All ANDERSON A TRICE, managers (of Hotel )rnion
ectrio cars pass the door. Free Bus. IIOAUI).
Bates: European, 50c., 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 per d.ty. American, from $2.00p very pietty wedding place tecently -
In Ormond Mr. of ,1. H. nnowilen, Tltusvlllei R, N. AuditConns **-,*
per day. 1>ALTON, CJA. I.ITHIA HI'ltlNfJH, OA.SWKKTWATKK Crlppln, New | H. K. (Illilis, Melbourne,
/ M. O. FINLEV, York, formerly of Denver, Col., was mnrrled -

Jacksonville, Fla.1VERETT 1'AliK IIOTK1.. to Miss Mario Huston,daughter ofJ. COUNTY COMMIHRIONEHW.V .

POPULAR SUMMER RESORT. N. Huston, ex-treasurer of the United \ II, Nharpe, Ahurpea, chairman I Jnsena,
I.lthla Bprlntts, Near Atlanta,fla. Mendel, Ijulrsnget .1. It. Walker, lltuavlll*
States, The happy couple have gono onan I no, Houston, run (liilllei J.N Waller, A nkstiss.Itegulnr .
Florida anil New York aleepera pass our door. extensive wedding tour. They have sessions are held first Monday In eaua,

HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Dalton, Georgia, is now one of the Hotel opens Fvtw IS, The most healthful location tlie very best wlshos of their man; month.
most popular bummer .Resorts in the
South climate delightful, scenery superb In or the Infectious Houtli. Merer diseases any, or cases even of malaria contagious friends In Ormond. Uev. <,'. W, Arnold, rot/NTV orriciALH.

Largest, best, and coolest; choice rooms for summer, $1.50, $2, $:l, $5 weekly.levator beautiful dilves, good livery. Just the place to spend the spring months without of Daytona, officiated. Minor H..limes, Tltusvllle, county Judge; Ttrr
the home of the resort-
Hotel Dalton Is ,. Ilauldnn, Tltitsvllle, prosecuting attorney;
[ baths, bell service, etc. CHARLES A. OAKES. seeker and commercial traveler. Elegantly risk. Not as eold aa mountain resorts, nor A. A. HtewartTltusvllle, elerk circuit courts J-
too warm to lie safe. Room* with both grates PASSENGER RATES. K. WiHiten, 4 built, electrlo bells, elevator, telephone and steam beat, electrlo lights, private baths, Hharpes, tax oollficiori John Henry, Tltusvllle,.
hot and cold baths on every iloor. treasurer) J. II. Hams, C'oiirtenar, siii>erlnt n>lent -
TITUSVILLE.:2T2DX Special rates to families. Many come and tollots, hot and cold running water. Hun Office of the Railroad Commission, publlu Instruction) ,1, o, fries, Tltusvllle,.
parlor* and cluss-lno'oeed porches. Htop over oouiiiy surveyori J.I".Ilrown, TUiisvlllo, sket nt..
each summer .from lower Georgia and privileges. Hotel cost rJou,. All kinds of State of Floilda, Tallahassee, June
Floilda. medicinal baths and the strongest Llthla water Hth, 1WI8. JJL. > JJUJ.MTalarlon .
: L.? troubles. Bund for circular. 1 M to $4 per day| The following standard passengor tarllT
L. BETTOR, Prop., Sift to*Jo per week[ less by the) month. II. T.Iilake for the railroads doing business In the Guaranteed Cure for <;hllls. Vever aniV
Dalton Ga ami Manltou Colo,
late of lass
State of Floilda Is published for the Information Ague, or money refunded. BOcnnts. AHJDruggists.

TITUSVILLE, of nil concornod, and shall go *.

Just his luck. STAGE GLINTS. Into effect on the 18th day of July, 180H| In a year a horse will eat nine ttrtier*

Indian River.Fla. Full passenger fare shall be three ('I) his own weight, so will a cow, an os ssjii,

The Woman In the Beat In Front Had Charles Hoyt baa returned to New cunts per mile, and half fare shall bo one times and a sheep six times,

nigHat.. Hat York improved in health and will begin and one-half ((14)) cents per mile on the

"Just ruy infernal! lack!" growled work soon upon several new plays following-named railroads in tho State, AfoMt Itfiiiitlful I'liU'u tin ImflniMJlv
Smitbers to himself. "Here I've paid be has in mind or partly under way.
to-nlt: for Halo at <2re tt
< r, it
|3 for this seat, and now I won't be able Nancy Mcintosh lias quit AugnfitinDaly
The Plant System of railways.
Open All Tlie Year. to see a blamed thing I" for a long rest and when she recovers Ilnrgalii.
The gentle reader has no doubt already ber health will star in a musical Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad
The famous Tmkey Creek Grove,, exn***
gnessed that the above remarks comedy by her brother, Burr Mcintosh. company.
theater hat. Such Florida East Coast Railway.Fouaacola slstlng of 11 ileitis of oiunge groveasCJ
were canned by a was of A.E. .
Only a few minutes'walk William II. Crane has bought 10 hcics of land fronting on ImJInaRIvs*
from Railway stations indeed the case. It was a big bat, and Lancuster an original comedietta, A Atlantic Division of the and Tut buy Cieek, with steamboat ta
and Steamboat land the lady who wore it was by no means presenting Mr. Crane iu an entirely new Louisville <& Nashville Itallroad.Pensacolit and Tillman postofllce and rallxonrilstntlon

a dwarf. As Suiitbers is a small man character, entitled "His Lust Appear Division of the Loulsvlllo A on the V. K. C. R'y. On* thai

ings.On the banks of the his chances of vlowlng the performance ance. Nashville Railroad. place, lying on the west side of ladlaasltiver *
extremely slim. Ha dodged from three miles south of Melbourne,, sii
far-famed Indian River. were )
in the first
critic notices Southern and Floilda Railway
One Chicago Georgia
side to side and stretched bis neck to two miles from Atlantic ocean keaeh.Abotit .-
the utmost, bnt all in vain. He could act of Clyde Fltch'a "Nathan Hale"the company. 4M( ) good bearing orange tress,.
schoolroom scene a close resemblance West balance In trees will yield abort*
WEST PALM IIEACIf.ierainole not even see the stupe."It's Jacksonville, Tampa A Key young ,
to the principal scene in Robert 1000 boxes this year. Can be mads*
downright swindle; that'swhut Hallway.Prnsacol.t.
a son's school.Dnse to yield 2 it is!" he muttered nuder bis Alabama and TennesseofUllroad house and good packing houses

breath, for he lacked tbe nerve to voice may come over neit fall to act company, and rooms above. Good Hairing, caaH( %
Hotel alond. "The idea of in D'Anuunzio's play, "Tbo DeuU
bis sentiments Jacksonville and Atlantic Itallroad. deer and duck hunting upTuikey Creek
charging a man f 3 to sit and look at abat. City," which seems to have made a profound full bo fine harbor for boats; lovely river front,,
And fare shall four
How a lady who pretends to be impression in spite of a most repulsive passenger with beautiful forest trees. Hammoeb.
OPEN ALL TIIE TEAR. well bred can wear a thing like that totbe subject.Wten ((4)) cents per mile, nnd half fare shall be lands for sale cheap. Apply toD.

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. theater beats me. Now, if I were to AliceNellson starts ont to star two (Z) cents per mile on the following- I* Oaui.dew,

convenience. Close toie pat on my bigb hat tbe people behind next seaaou lu'"The Fortune Teller," named railroads In said State, to-wltj Atty. for owneis,
This hotel of brick and has every Tltusvllle Flat
is substantially built awful kick although douna of the tiostoniaus Atlantic Suwanee River A Gulf Rail ,
railway and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel.ith me would an her place as prima
depot Free'buss to
fishing tackle board for the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00 per day and it would merely shot off their view of will be token by Helen Bertram, way.
on ,.
Malarlon la enilnraed by beet Physicians
that confounded mass of plumes and wbo held it once before.
'Pwards; special rates by the week or month. Gainesville A Gulf Railway company.Carrabelle .
QEORGE 2ArJ. rroprletor. things. After this I shall stay at home Henry Miller has earned, by bis acting Tallahassee A Georgia and guaraoteed to Cure Chills, Fever amt1Ague.

and read about the plays in the newspapers. in Mr. Ugilvie'a study of character, Railway. AU druggists or from Moult

Ah, there goes tbe overture I lean the title part in "Tbe Master," more West Drug Co., t. Louis.
Atlantic A Western Branch of the
bear that anyway. It's strange that tbe of considerate praise than by anything
HOMESEEKERS women don't intent Dome way of intercepting ha bas hitherto accomplished. Florida East Coast Railway.'Florida .
sound too. That would make Midland Railroad.
Puccini, tbe composer of "Manon"
tbeir happiness templet. And yet they and "La Boheme, bus Just signed a Live Oak A Gulf Railroad company. BADBLOOD

talk about giving women more rights! contract with Publisher Klcordi to write Atlantic, Valdosta A Western.

Who are Seeking a Home in the They'll want us poor turn to get off tbe tna music for a new opera, the title ofwbicb Yellow River Railroad of Florida.
earth next. I wieb we lived iu tbe good "
will be "Marie Antoinette. Adopted by the Commission, tbls 11th
old of ODlimlted despotism and I
djys one of the London day of June, A. JD. 1808, "CAaVG.ABf.KTS) sVs all stales** r h aaad -
South should send to the undersigned were tbe lord high wtat yoo may call Gladys Honifrey are a wely wamSsrfel sMsikiin* I have utMn
"Geisha" girls, bas Just secured tbe R. If. M. Davidsox, Chairman. wishes for a aidl la prasaat to take sod si last
him. I'd"But It Sloe MS I thess. s
base (wand la Lssaarats. us yblfssl
the world will never know what American rights of Arthur Law's new If. K. DAT, has smb uerlSs.1 snd ssy somplsslon hss las
eofKlerfulir and I leal ssasb seller In erst*
J. M. BKTAjr prosed
for of tlie Smitbers would do in that ease, for at play, "Tbe Sea Flower, and will coma *ay. Maa.Sai.ijsJiaatXAsut.XjitniU.Teaa.CANOV .
a, copy that moment the lady in front of bim to America nest fall for a starting tour. Commissioners.

removed the offending headgear and
placed it in her lap jost as the enrtalu Mot I'nl ae. ! Ureater New York."Ob CATHARTIC

Florida East Coast Homeseeker. rose on tbe first act of tbe play. New "What a wonderful painter Rubens conductor 1" Tbe man from tha lasVs
York Sunday World.A was!" remarked Mr. Jones at the art west on tbe through train for New York >caJi *oraaesssaas

gallery. beckoned to tha man with tha gold
yes," assented Mrs. Jones. "It is braid on bis cap."Welir" aseianaso

_ W. have land. fr Frut, GrowlDi?, Trucking, and for rUutaelal FroBosltlo*. said of bint that ba could change a said tha conductor."What .

*> and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest In th- United State.. "Now, Bennie, here's tbe medicine, laughing face into a sad est* by a single I want to know," explained

and here's the dim* papa left to pay stroke." tbe man from tbe west, "la whether wa
Pleasaat, Pslasafcts. Possnt. aste Good. rv>
Apply to too for taking it." .Why," spoke up little Johnny indlsgus get into greater New York before wa Ooud Meser Suisse. Weaken.o drive. MS.Mm,Hue

L <* Conn.Mloner, 'All right, mamma. If you take it t, *'my school master can do that.Pearson's .*' leave Buffalo, or la tbe assertion that ... CURE COMSTIPATION. ....
JAS. E. INGRAHAM, and don't toll. 111 gl jo* half." Weekly. tha city limit*overlap a oampalgn IlaT" v % tamotobac

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PROGRESS OF THE WAR. have arrived off Santiago de Cuba."General reeol
Blanco Is sending six battalions IROBBINS &
to protect the coast of the Province
Principal Happening's of the Week. of Santiago de Cuba, Great enthusiasm (Successor to Lorjtt& Carroll.)

r JEWELERS Kingston, Jamaica, Sunday, June 19, prevails in Havana. Order Is maintained, .LaTPyors GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of
0JO a. in. Cuban scouts report to-day and no yellow fever Is"reported." All n IIIpationag
that the Inhabitants of Caimanera have New York, June 22. It now appears
strewn the streets with straw and oil, to be conclusively settled that no further WILL PRACTICE IN STATE ANT Crockery, Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Your *,ollcN,

with the intention of destroying the city attention will be paid to Porto Rico -
and fleeing to the hills.Caimanera for the present, unless It develops a UNITED STATES COURTS.GRAHAMl FLORIDA.

lies four miles up the bay strategic importance utterly uniecognlzed -

T. S. WOOD.... the fiomCamp American McCalln ships,,and under the the situation guns of isdesperate. Washington at thr present, June time.2i. Official dispatches ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished ZE3- XjE IETST dz E qJ

Starving and famine strloken, received to-night by both Secretary
DRY GOODS CLOTHING convinced of the ultimate triumph of Alger and Secretary Long Indicate for Lands In Bmard and Dade Groceries Grain. Hay Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy
the American arms, and without faith in tbat the landing of troops near Santiago Groceries

NOTIONS CGeau' r"nUh' the protection of the Spanish soldiery, was progressing most Yavorably. The Connties.We And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay. Bran, Cotton Seed Mi-si r
the people are believed to have determined first landing was effected at Daiquiri Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing Xdn.i
401 nnd KXi West R.iy Street, to leavo their bouses In ashes this morning and met with comparatively the above line of goods. We invite your cotrespondence and solicit %
behind them, and seek safety in the slight resistance. This was stated ina have List
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. a large Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., TltuivraJJl
mountains to the north. Tbe scouts declaie dispatch received this evening by Secretary
that the story Is accurate, and say Alger, which, though brief, was of Lands owned by
JOSEPH ZAPF. thwt every building of the town Is being full of news and meaning. It follows:
... i apidly.prepared for the torch. "Playa del Este, June 22. Secretary and clients.
WHOLESALE DRALKKAaheuserBusch The situation of the besieged Is a fearful of War,,Washington, D. C. J Off Dlaqulrl ourselves Losley c& Motlow
one. The people are eating horses Cuba, June 22. Landing at Dlaquirl Price for unimproved ,
Brewing Ass'nFamous and mules, and are scouring tbe hills for this morning successful. Very LOSLEY RENAKER
to A. CO.
fruits and herbs. Occasionally brief little If any resistance. (Signed! 8IIAFTEK. lands $3 to $100peracre. ( )
St. Louis Lager Beer. bombardments by the American fleet ."
Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies Rums Gins
leave tbe helpless citizens terror stricken Foreign and and WMJ$
Sold & Motlow .
by LoKley Titusville.
no preparations for defenoe being A Itare Opportunity. Bottled Beers, Ales and Stont.A .

West Bay St., Jacksonville, and is also stated that the Spanish gunboat For sale, the Cliffdale pineapple plantation WE have a few Residence, Orange First-class Lino of Cigars. * Billiard and Pool Tabl
at Caimanera has been loaded with at Eden, on Indian River, consisting
Sanford, Fla, Inflammables, and will be burned with of ten acres of land, all cleared Grove and Properties in deslrable Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention elven to norders.
the city, her commander declaring that and planted mostly with Ked Spanish Pineapple Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW. Titusville 1

HENRY R.THOMASNJ she shall never become an American variety of pines; good new dwelling locations. Prices Keosouable.
prize. house, with all modern conveniences;
.LA YILLA PHARMACY. There was a brief bombardment of a large and convenient packing house,
.. blockhouse up the bay by the battleship freight house and station on railroad for TITUSVILLE

Keeps all ICInds of Oiegon yesterday, and lb-Is believed that shipping on the ground. Address Offices : and MIAMI. ___]::: Will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of :::[.
during tbe tiring at least a score of Alfred Coxj
Pare Drugs, Fancy and Toilet Articles. Spaniards were killed. Scouting paitieslepoit Eden, Fla.
that the blockhouse was completely I CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
Prices to suit.J801 destroyed, but that they were unable ,.H. H. DICKEY..
Color* for the First Florida Reg-lmeiit.
Adams St., cor. Madison, to discover any bodies, the remains DRESSED AND ROUGH.
JACKSONVILLE FLA. of the soldiers who had been killed having Also Mouldings and Turned Work, Brick, Lime, Cement, Crates of all descrlpthTritixs
probably been cariled off by their The stand of colors for the above regiment FINE GROCERIES.
comrades. arrived In Jacksonville on Monday. . rlllo, riorldj

The horizon is eagerly and Impatiently They are said to be quite beautiful.
and Suckers. scanned fdr a glimpiie of the long- After exhibiting them a few days, they
Pineapple Slips expected transports. The delay in their were taken to Tampa for presentation STAPLE ARTICLES
to the First Florida I3 TS"CT3E33lTCE3
arrival Is inexplicable, as much favorable Regiment.N.w -
weather is being lost, and the hurricane

season Is due in less than thirty days. Mall Sarvlee. Fruits & Vegetables. I represent tbe Old Hartford, Ltverpool and London and Globe, Aeti

Meanwhile from Kingston and Port Antonio Providence & Washington, Fireman's Fund, and Sun Mutual.jrjy .

of supplies come reports are being that large smuggled quantities into Tbe PostofBce Department has established Special attention given to Mail Orders. Lowest rates guaranteed. Write for rates, etc., toC.

Cuba. a system for the handling of mails Give us a trial and you will be pleased.TITUSVILLE S. SCnUYLER, Agent,
Several attempts to find landing places for the army and navy, and beginning FLORIDA.
for the United States troops, within a with Sunday last, it will furnish daily Titusville, Fit.
mails, excepting Sundays, to Key West,
distance of two miles west of Santiago,
have demonstrated with and through that city to tbe soldiers
along previous
inquiries to the eastward, that the shore who are at the front. On Sunday afternoon East Coast Meat Market James Pritchard, President; W. M. Brown, Vice-President;
for'fifteen miles Is lined with "Spaniards. a 40ft. postal car passed through C. S. Schuyler, Cashier,
While this will not prevent landing close Titusville, en route to Miami with mail-

delay to Santiago, as the, It surrounding may entail country considerable must Key to be West transferred for the to members the steamer of the City army of G. F. DUREN, Agent INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK!

bo thoroughly shelled and cleared before and navy. This mail is done up in small
the troops onn land In safety.Madild sacks for each regiment, and the sacks

June 11). A private dispatch are placed labeled in a leathern pouch under (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
for West which
lecelved heie from New York says that lock, and Key ,
Attentions Pineapple Grower**. General Shatter's expedition has landed point has been selected by tbe department Authorized capital, $100,00
de Cuba and will attack for forwarding all mall for the
near Santiago Paid up capital, $25,00
Wilte Luke Worth Fruit Co., bo* 217, the town Immediately. army. Eight pouches of letter mail,
West I'ltlin Beach, Fla., what you will London, June IS. Advices from Olbralter weighing about 1,500 pounds, was sent Average deposits, $150,00
take for pineapples, K. O. 11. It. It. say that the ( adiz fleet Is certainly from Tampa to Jacksonville to catch
Men to all paiticulai's.IMncnpiile bound for the other side of the Atlantic this dispatch of mall for the army. This P3Titusville Transacts a General Baulk
will effect a saving of twenty-four hours
It Is known that the ileet Is In good
hns been ordered in reaching Key West, and possibly more
shape, and to make a Business
Plantsfor, Sale.It dash along ,the coast of New England than that if teaching the army of Invasion ,
which shows the efforts that are being t=3
will pay you to call on or address the and North to bombard'Atlantic the coast so a coast of the cltWs United on made to forward the United States Florida.MILLINERY. Largest and Oldest Bank on tbe El;
3L K. Johns, of "Water Oak Pinery," If
mails to this branch of the service. Under
States. The Meet is said to be Its
3011 want pineapple plants, ns follows: way across the Atlantic ou the present arrangement and plans, Exchange sold on all Foreign Countnn

Smooth Cayenne, Abbaka, EnvllCltieJtnd Mole Nicholas June 18. The the mall will leave Miami each Monday,
St. ,
Jamlca Kl ploys. Kvery plant sold DIRECTORS!
Amei loan fleet of with Uhaf- Wednesday and Friday evening, will
Is guaiantced Uist clans. 'AddressM. transports be forwarded from Port Tampa on JAS.PIU rOBARD,W.B.HA BXKTTrt'lMldtof
It. Johns ter's troops, was sighted oil Cape Mayes. the National Bankot Jackumn Me),J.Iiuhkeb .
The fleet should arrive at Santiago early Tuesday, Thursday aud Saturday evenings . (Vlce-rreitiaent National Hank
Stuart, Fla. this evening and bo landed by wveno'clock. of each week.Ouarantee Jacksonville), and W. M. Bkowii.

Fancy lMneupplo Slips Jfc Suck Madrid, June 18. AivoQlclal dispatch liS per cent Interest. National Bank of New York ti
from Santiago says sixteen American National Bank of Jackeocvllle.
for Sale.Abbakas .
warships and a cruiser tired upon PuataGorda Eleven acres land, fronts on Indian
formications, west of Santiago. and Banana River; small cottage, 2 artesian
Egyptian Queen, Golden During the bombardment launches were wells, 100 nice orange trees, 14,000
ijueen Porto Rieo. Smooth and
ttod dispatched with landing parties which pineapple plants, shipped over 200 crates
Spanish. Apply to '
were repulsed by the Spaniards without last season; guavas, mangoes, Japan persimmons ESTABLISHED 187B.Wm. .
Maddock & Mattiiams,
loss. Snips then retired. and other fruits on place. Price

"J'alm West Beaoh Paint Pinery Beach,,Fla. Washington, June 18. General Miles $1,1500. Address B, Auvooatk office.Tltusrllle, Fla.. A. BOURS & CO....
states that Garcia has fifteen thousand

Fancy JLMiteapnle IMnntt*. insurgents ready to co-operate with
American troops and assist them inlanding. [Send the Advocate an order for any GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS

without she! Job printing you need.]
Hardy, vigorous, grown 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.We .
tar. smooth-leaved Cayenne, Abbaka Washington, June 18 The cabinet ,
and Jamaica Ulpley plants for sale.K. has decided to postpone the attack on Yacht for Charter. handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hiv
C. B. Tykdall, Havana until fall in view of the rainy Cora, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both blight am
Waveland, Fla. season having commencod In Cuba.It The sloop Golden Rule may dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
Is ru mored that General Miles will chartered by the hour, day or week, Star, Brand FertlHiers Guaranteed Analysis.Orange tree and Vegetable FertiliserttiwOroui"
Bone Nitrate Soda, u
Muriate of Potash,Sulphate Potash, Kainlt. eio. These fertiliser to"
> Pineapple Slip* ami Suckers be superceded by General Corbin. reasonable terms. Apply toCapt. superior in the market,and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue free.JAS. .
Washington, June 20. Florida is to Gko. Cook,
For Hale, have a namesake In the new navy. Secretary Titusville, Fla Mall orders solicited. Satisfaction
Long to-day decided to give the guaranteed.Mrs. .
Of tlio following vaitetles, Smooth name of Florida to one of the coast defense
Cayenne, Envil Cities, Abbakas and ships authorized In the new naval Educate Yonr llowel. With Caaearata. Helen W. Reynolds, ,
Red Spanish, grown from young plants bill. Theio to be four of these Candy Cathiirtlc, euro constipation forever.10a Here's to the American >'avy
are vessels. ,liSo. If C.O.O.rail,druggista refund money. Titusville, Fla.
and without cover. For pi Ices, call onor They are to bo of the monitor In a glass of good old Baker Whlskej
address V. A. Roiiimsok, type, and will probably carry one turret you couldn't toast It In anything better
.Eden, Indian River, Fla. each. They are to be of about 2,500 tons and nothing is too good to toast it In, fori
displacement. Contracts for their construction has done us proud I Here goes If J0
For Sale. have not yet been let, owing to PRITCHARD & SON. haven't any Baker in the house, don t mi
the fact that the plans have not been ... laying in some for future vlctoiien, or")

Fine, healthy Porto Rico and Abbakaslips. completed. sudden illness, colds, internal compWnt*
.- Washington, June 20. The Secretary or as an invigorator. You can't beat Itv
Lake Worth Knurr Co.Oox of the Navy to-day received this telegram JE ox<3.cLx.ciTtoxm for JOHN CLARK SON & CO.,

217, West Palm Bench, Fla.CEO. from Key West: I
"Blanco refuses to exchange prisoners."WATSON. Commission Merchants and
." Groceries, Grain, Coal, Wines & Liquors

W. DAVISON & CO.. The pi doners referred to are Hobson JACKSONVILLE, FLA.B3 .
and his comrades,
Fruit & Prodnce Commission Merchants. Hardware Consignments of country prod"*
Kingston, Jamaica, June 20, 3 p. m.F. solicited.
Florida Products; Oranges, PINEAPPLES W. Ramaden, the Bi Itlsh Consul at
; Watermelons, Tomatoes and Santiago de Cuba, who is acting for the
other vegetables a specialty. UDlted States io the negotiations with
the Spaniards for the exchange of Lieu-1
307-300-311-313 Poydras Street, tenant Hobson and his comrades of the Agricultural Implements, Crockery, Lamps
NEW ORLEANS, LA. Merrtmao expedition, has suggested! to ROGERS G0.<
the ofticlals at Washington that even u and Glassware, Fishing Tackle, and Ammunition
to local agents of all Rxprms Cos., local
freight airent of the Lfliilerllla A Nashville R'r, ransom might be paid to secure the Importers and
Uermania Isut'l Buuk, Metropolitan Hank, Is'.6. prompt lelease of the American prison Stoves, Tinware and barbed wire.TITUSVILLE Wholesale Grocers.

Established 18U0.T. ers.Off Santiago de Cuba, Monday, June Provisions, Grain, Hay, Flonr Grits Meal, Etc...
20, 1 p. m., via tbe Mole St. Nioolss, FLORIDA.
F. PARK & CO. Haytl, Tuesday, June 21, 3 a. m. The Sole Agents forFAIRBANK Our business confined to the trd*
United States army for the Invasion of
Cubit, 10.00"") strong, commanded by canning CC. LION only. Orders from consumers neither
General Shatter, arrived off Santiago de BRAND CANNED MEATS.
Commission Merchants. Cuba nt noon to-day. The time of Its solicited nor desired.

dlsembaikatlon has not yet been determined BRICK Quotations
but It will probably be within the made promptly on application.
Receivers of Florida Fruits next three days. When the Ileet of thirty-
seven transports, with Its freight of
fighting men, swept up the*southern
and Vegetables. coast to-day and slowed within sight "
up 7\r-tXI0
of the doomed city of Sautiago de Cuba, JACKSONVILLE BRICK CO. ...-

Oranges, Pineapples and Florida the anxiously awaited soldiers were Hides Fnrs Wool Etc
Fruits a Specialty.Refkbkkces greeted with ringing cheers that faintly Alligator Skins Tallow Bees-Wai, ,
echoed to the transports from the decks
: Citizens' Exchange of the blockadlpg warships far la shore. 20 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. BY THE

Bank, Richmond, Va.; Irving National They were answered by tbe troops most

Bank, New York. heartily London in, kind.June 22. The Havana correspondent Write ns for prices and sae yonr money. We make SOUTHERN HIDE & SKIN CO.

furnished Stencils on and application.any Information desired "General Linares of tbe Times, In command says: of the the hardest, least absorbent and best brick made in Florida. Handers, of Skins in the State.

Province of San tiagode Cuba, telegraphs REFERENCE: National Bank State
37 of
Jay Street, Florida.
that sixty Teasels, supposed to be carry Can supply up to a million on short notice. Office, Rob Building. Hide St.
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. ing the American expeditionary force. Warehouse 446 to 413, Jackson


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