Title: Indian River advocate
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Title: Indian River advocate
Uniform Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville,Fla. ; Indian River City
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Publication Date: July 1, 1898
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River (Fla. : Lagoon)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079909
Volume ID: VID00190
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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LOCAL NEWS THE FOURTH. While in Titusville on Or BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc. a nice assortment VICTOR BICYCLES at reduced prices. Get your whisky at Losley A Motlow's; AMONG THE HOTELS.Wiikiir .

Monday next, to celebrate the above at Screven's Drug Store, You can get the best wheels at the -2.0, .l, t3.n<>, 14 and KV per gallon.

auspicious occasion, remember that Titusville. best prices Mail orders tilled same day.
nd Topic* of General Interest.gletysnd the correct place to buy ladies, genu' atF.. W. BlCKRS, to .top. Sea li.t of hotel, on

and children's shoes, of the most St. Augustine Fla. our 7th page.Tlio .
slr.es Blue
Cuban flags -wo hammocks. *
WINDOW tlnolic
SHADES cloth
Soreen
fashionable styles and best makes, isat Advocate Is file at all
now on
Visit
Oo In connection llamo oil and gasoline stoves.
General lp r m trunks. Gardner A W.
Julius Kline's.IiU mattings,
tho best hotels In Now York ,
lth Blsosyne Bay, Lake "Worth, Indian, FOR BREAD, CAKES, PIES, SANDwlchos tlio Furniture Store when In town on city

"d Halifax Rivers. Key Wertai Ico cream, Soda water and the Fourth of July, Whero do you Intend going this summer
Busns Point along the Do not forget the ball at the Opera Judge M. S. Jones left hore, Wednesday ? Read
til other Important good meals, on the Fourth of July, goto summer resort ndvts. on 7th
Coiwt f Florida. Uriel mention ofInwrMtl" house, Titusville, next Monday night. for Jacksonville. Mrs. Delsner's boarding houso on The l.ate Clovernor of the llnlisiniu.

(Mt Event* from Various Fart* Under the auspices of the Indian River Banyan items arrived too late for Inseitlou Washington avenue, also her store located page.We
call tlio attention of
Band. beg to our
World I About People You Know In this Issue.Mr. close to the J., T. A K. W. R'y. Sir W. F. Hsynes-Smlth, the new Governor readeis
|the to the card of tlio Suwannee
Id Ton I>on't Know Picked Mrc. R. F. Hall is now depot, Titusville, Fla.Itoad of Cyprus, arrived at Lnrnuon on
People and af f the Wesson occupying II. H. Dickey ami one or two April 23, and met with a most hearty Springs resort, Fla., on our 4th page of
Editor a large
Society cottage Just west of the
by Oar other business men from this place, expect welcome. The Governor was received this Issno.Tho .
scattered along tlieul Advocate office
| Correspondent Florida.TnE on Julia street.Mrs. to leave for Miami shortly. Meeting. by the bishop, tlio judges, the leading National Hotel Reporter says that

( Coast of L. C. Oliver and children, of merchants, and a deputation of the Mr. Fred who Is also oftlio
Senator Henry Gaillard, of St. Augustine There will be a meeting of tlio Good Sterry, manager
Miami, are in town, ami will probably officials and Inhabitants. Ho was afterwards
Royal Polnciana and Palm Reach Inn
passed through Titusville Wednesday Road
,
Association of Precinct No. 1 atMr.
ADVOCATE, for the Fourth the Chief Justice
stay of July celebration sworn In by ,
en routo to Palnr Bench. Johnson's nt Palm Bench, Fla., Is managor of the
shop, LuOrango,
In advance. at this place. coopor who has been officiating us Acting Governor t
11.50 per annum, entire plant of the Virginia Hot Springs
on Saturday evening, July 2nd, at ?::I0p.
Archdeacon Brown will Sendali's departure.
months B. F. preach since Sir Walter
si* Company. A special feature nt the
11.00 Our readers
should take
All members asked
great care m. are cordially
countries.Ilave at Eden on Sunday next at 11 a. in. and Gov, Haynes-Smlth was known
an. to foreign Homestead hotel during the summer
12,00 per to read the ads. of the reliable be
merchants advertising numerous in our columns, 7:30 p. m.; also at Jensen at 3iO: p. m.Mr. to present. Road Com.J. Dist.Mkndki.No., 1. by many along the East Coast of Florida. will be music, and the orchestra which

paid your subscription to who ore soliciting a share of your pat Gus. r. Anthony, of West Palm has made such a success at the Royal

-Advocate you ? If not, please do so.Mr ronage.Messrs.. Beach, was a passenger on yesterday** QUITE CORRECT.Mr. Polnciana Is now at Hot Springs, Va.Mr. .
lie FOURTH OF JULY IN TITUS
train, en route to New York, on a two the
chief of
Fred C. King, clerk
- A. D. Merwln, of Eden, was Inj left last. Wm. M. Brown and E. L. weeks' business trip. VILLE.Oa Henry M. Flagler is making the Royal Polnciana, l'ulm Beach, Is now
for Miami where
this week.Messrs. Brady Friday ,
a day or so for the soldier, that are tob.
n encampment
holding a similar position at the Gland
have been The friends of Mr. Roswell
they busily engaged ever many
Fred S. Chaffee and W. T. sent to Miami, Fla., like his hotels, Union hotel Saratoga Springs, N. Y.,
- since attending to their business interests Coleman, formerly o Titusville. will regret Monday next the above event will ,
vera paid Miami a visit this week.Dr. at that place. to learn he is still seriously 111 attils be celebrated in Titusville with great the handsomest to bo found anywhere. whoro he is warmly greeting many uf
of land the
The site Is a high tract on
his old friends. Mr. King's oiHco assistants
- Leon A. Peek, of Melbourne, Miss Ethel Morris, of PeLnnd, Is in homo in Wyckoff, N. J.Mr fdot, and everybody Is Invited to join bay front, well shaded, and nil the undergrowth are : Frank E. Allen, assistant

u In town a short while on Tuesday.Judge town on a two weeks' visit to Mrs. W, J. M. Randall, who spends his us In making It a day long to bo remembered. is cut out. The railroad room clerk; Geo. E. Hopkins, cashier:

Minor S. Jones has been ending B. Waddell. Miss Morris is quito a winters on Indian River, Is now stopping The programme of the day will track runs along tho edgo of the oamp, Duncan Campbell, assistant cashier, and

- short visit to Sebastian this bright young lady, and her Titusville with Manager Leon II. Cilley, at be ns follows: which I. supplied with water pipe, and Charlo* A. Douglass, private bookkeeper.
a Bicycle Parado A::30> a. m., to start
friends are pleased to see her In town the Maplewood cottage, In the White electric lights.Mr. They are said to be a very bright set of a
eelc. again. Mountains, N. II.Congressman. from the F. E. C. Railway station. Flagler Is spending $10,000 In the young men, who will do, justice to the
Harry Watton and Tom Gun Shoot 1)iO):; a. m., at ground ofTitusville wli'ch are being madu t I
-Messrs. Improvements, hold.
rook, of Clifton, were in town on Tuesw. The many friends of Judge John D.Broome Robt. W* Davis writes Gun Club, near the loo taetory. under his personal supervision. Though positions they ftI

, will regret to learn that he was the Advocatr that Congress will adjourn Tournament 10:.')() a. in. one of the much-berated Standard Oil The Bahamas Houso of Assembly has

taken very sick ngnin nt his home in In a few days, and he will need Barbecue 11 :.'10 a. m., In the park out millionaires thero Is not a more patriotla been informed by His Excellency Sir

-Monday is the fourth of July, and Orlando on Wednesday. A lator report the pink paper at Palatka instead of on Main street. man, or,moro courteous and genlnl Gilbert Carter, the governor, of the

: lll be celebrated in grand style in suys that his condition is much improved ofWashington. General Amusements going on from gentleman, than Mr. Flagler. Unlet ami nature of the modifications which the

initusville. 11(0::( to2:'Hon) business street thorough of State considers desirable to
we are glad to say Oenrge W. Allen, Key West's unassuming, but energetic In every action Secretary
Clias. K. Kenyon has just reelved of fares.Ba. ho Is of tho best specimens make In the proposed agreement with
- Messrs. John II. Sams and sons, D. V. affable collector customs, was a passenger ono very
e Ball 2K:( ) p. m. on grounds near Mr. Flagler for a hotel and steam ser
roundbottomednwboat
fine lft-foot, southbound train.Ho of American citizen.
his and W. S. Sams, of Courtonay; Dr. L.A. on yesterday's an
from the north.Mr. Peek, Silas F. Gibbs and son, of Melbourne had been spending a few days InJacksonville. the court house. With his millions, he desires no greater vice. The niessago Is printed with the
Bicycle Races 4:00 p. m., over the report of tlio of tho House,
than ho finds in producing proceeding
He is looking us jovial asever. enjoyment
F. Blank jr. of Now York, the ; and R. X. Andrews, of Cocoa, Imlf-mllo of the Titusville hns already
- regular raco course tho best results In whatever he under and tit New York Mr. Flagler
of the Standard were among the guests of the Indian .
>vinl representative Cycle Club, takes. Ills military nt Miami wl'l been communicated with. The
nl Company, Is In town this morning. River hotel, Titusville, this week. Rev. John M. Ferris, of Bro< (lyn, Grand Display of Fire Works In the doubtless bo as groat camp a suoces as his Governor Is awaiting Ills decision In tlio %

enjoyable dance took place The Indian River Band serenaded N. Y., writing us yesterday, says ; evening. grand lintels. Savannah Morning News.Tho matter, which will tie made known to

t the Quite Opera nn bouse on Tuesday night, the Misses Aline and Daisy Brady and "Herewith find *l.r() to tenew our subscription Grand Dance in the Opera Houso under aim*o echoes our sentiments ton the Houso ns soon ns His Excellency Is

lilch fair number of our townspeople Xandie Stewart, Friday evening last, in for another year. We cannot auspices of Indian River Hand.Musio ill It position to do so. The ADVOOATH

-..tended.Major a honor of their return home from their do without the Advocatk. We wish dining tlio day by Indian River hopes to glvn further news In connection

respective colleges at Bristol, Vir.-Tenn., you un encouraging prosperity." Bantl. T.TO with Nassau's proposed hotel In a future

- II. B. Hersey, formerly of the and St, Augustine, Fla.Dr. Excursion Rates. Steamer St. Augustine ADVERTISE TITUSVILLE. edition.On .
'.'eather Bureau, Titusville, expecteil toI Mr. Jas. T. Hogg has relinquished will make a special trip, with one
J. O. Schofleld, of Cocoa, and the of the Melbourne East Inst Saturdny'a southbound train
I with the Roosevelt Rougli Riders management fare for the round trip, leaving Eau Gal-
of the Tlrusvlllo
Mr. Walter B. Abbott, of Concord, N.II. Coast Republican. We presume Friend > There whs a culled meeting we noticed Gen'l. Snpt. C, II. Knott, who
tCuba last night. lie Mond.iy morning at 3t:: (), Cocoa uX:( I
., returned here, Friday last, from Hogg has found there Is not too mui.1i nt all Intermediate landings on Board of Trude on Tuesday evening was on his way to Miami with a staff of
Miss Bertha Bnrrello accompanied topping for the purpose of discussing the assistants to the Royal Palm hotel,
the business
their trip to Duytona. They left for money In the newspaper solias signal arriving at Titusville 11:15: returning open
her maid left last Friday for Seaireeze question as to whether any notion should for the convenience of the officers of the
y former place the following day, Buying ifIveil It up for something moro pro after the festivities (after tlio bicycle of
to sojourn for the summer In aottage hail had a enjoyable cruise. fitable. bu taken In regard to tho suggestion troops now camping nt this place and
they very Seo excursion bills,
races)
Land Commissioner J. K. Ingruham, that llockthere.
by the seaside. the many visitor, who will now
Writing the Advocatk from Portsmouth The State Comptroller says thero isno F. K. C. Railway extends one faro for photographic views of Titusville he sent Among tho office force on the

Major L. B. Dawson,, of Narrows, Ohio, Mr. M. B. Elder says: "En legal objection to a tax sale being the round trip on regular trains on 2nd, to him at St. Augustine, for use In connection train were I Frank R. Remllnger, Mr.Knott's .

!t r spending a day or so In town, left closed find order for tl.SO for the pink made on the Fourth of July, a legal 3rd and 4th limit to Hie 7ih. with a stereoscope ami lecture, chief accountant, nnd for many

rNew York on Saturday last to spend paper, which is very much valued by me.I holiday. The inhibition applies more The J., T. A K. W. Railway will make which will bo given this summer at years past ono of St, Augustine's most

lew weeks with friends.Mrs. carefully read its newsy pages, and particularly to bills and notes, which a one-faro rate for the round trip on all various towns In the North by Mr. J. F.Berk popular young men, who wilt hold the

J. A. McDonald and little nepew then forward it to my sou who resides in may be presented on the preceding day regular trains on July 2, 'I andI, with of West Palm Beach. Mr, Ingrnham's position of chief clerk. S. V, Kiuyberg

who has been attending school atifjndarin Huntington, Va." for acceptance or payment.We limit to the 7th.BREVARD. letter published In last week'. will be night clerk; while T, M. Lene-

passed through Titusville, Chas. Blum & Co., Bay street, Jacksonville beg to acknowledge receipt of apiece Advocate wu. read to the Hoard byCol. hen will he cashier; T. M, Walker, clerk
SCHOOL BOARD.KpeHal I). L. Gaulden, by order of the and stenographer Mis* Husson, telegrapher
;
Wednesday, en route home to Miami.Mr. keep as line a stock of wines, of wedding cake from Miss Margaret
chairman, Mr. It. C. Narlmgoour; ami after Frank Dodd steward C, Vv.
: ;
wholesale of West a.lrd street New
and ,
beers cigars as any E. Stanley,
Fred W, Kettle, war correspon- liquors, timely romaik. by Rev. Father
Those who who married to Prof. Howard some Schmidt, chef; Geo. I'nice, head porter,
merchant in the state. York, was Meellnic.
lent for the Times-Union and Citizen, and Geo, M. Bobbins,
O'Boyle Attorney ami I lance Howard, head bellman. The
Jacksonville on the Fourth, must Parniley, on the 15th Inst., in New York
m a passenger on Saturday's south- visit of the the Board decided to make a small appropriation nnd will ho
hotel run
Blum A Co. a call, For the benefit of the bride's There was a special meeting opened on Monday,
fail to givdChas. city.
">und train, en route to Miami, where not Is and varied and Indian Itlver friends, we will publish above Board at the school house, Titus to pay for the slides which on the K uropeiin plan this summer while
stock large ,
i will make his headquarters for a'bile. ns their many made from the photographs to be f
will bo
tlio remain Miami
JThe low to meet the times.Mr. a short" report of the wedding In our ville, on Monday, when following the soldiers at ,
' prices mentioned.A .
above
the
members were present: H. F. Glbbs, J.S. used for purpose
J. V. Estes, one of St. Augustine's next Issue.Everything Snowden and It. N. Andrews; with committee composed of Geo. M.
- New Hartford Conn. Tribune
( ) merchants passed Bobbins Jno. M. Dixon and Chas. II. BELTS, Ties, Bows, Scarfs, Ribbons.
,
most prominent County Superintendent John II. Sams. ,
ofIrs.
iferring to Miss Harriet Jones sister National
In
last en want in the furniture make Walton wns appointed to select photographs Buttons, handkerchiefs
Saturday to
through Titusville, you The oblect of the meeting was
Wm. M. Brown of this place Walker,
says colors. Gardner A
the other lines. Glad to show and merchants who are nonmembers -
a a recent issue "Miss Harriet Jones route to Miami, where he purchased line; some estimates fur the support of the schools son

part of last, week In Birmingham, fine stock of clothing, dry goods, etc., 'em. Furniture Store. for lMOM-u, and appoint teachers, who of the Board, with the view of
jenta from Major John P. Lovett. It is an are as follows; making a small collection to add to the Indian Hirer Mtaitmboat Co.
England from that on a
going point
itching trip to StatfordonAvonNiakespeare's extensive store, and we wish Mr. Estes Captured Another Kvlldoer.Sheritf O. W, K.itlierly, LaOrange; Miss Laura amount donated by the Board of Trade

birthplace), Kenilworthao every success In ills new venture. L. Sharps, City Point; E. W. Polk, for this laudable object.INTERESTING. Beginning on Monday next July 4th,

Kocklediie; Prof. A. L. Wilson, Cocoa; arrival of the J. T. it K. W.
old Warwick castles.Mr. The large amount of business done Jos. P. Brown left here last nftwr the ,
Kate M. Clark, Oeorglana; K. Emma LETTER.I'almetto train at Titusville the steamer
the Little Bros. Railway ,
the East Coast by Ocala to arrest a colored man
- and and Miss along week for Kenduck
Wood
Mrs. O. K. Oallie Phutbe
Dart Kau ,
Co. of Jacksonville with ; M. Augustine will leave for St. Lucie
charged
''Jdlg Wood of Cocoa stopped overt Fertilizer A Phosphate named John Shambly, A. Burtua Minis R. K.
Malabar ;
This Is due to the ; Mary ; River and nil lntcrmedlato point*. ThU
the Indian River hotel from Tuesday Is surprising. grade of fertilizer shooting Ernest Roberts,about a white month man.In Kennedy, Fort Pierce; Posey Taylor; OnAxr HoTKf, Belle Vce, steamer will make regular trip. Monday'

Mil Wednesday, on their way to New particularly manufacture high and have for the Jensen poHtotlW has I the n offend Kden; Vergie Wigtield, Fort Drum; Benson IIaveno, Italv, and Thursdays, from Titusville;
sheriff wen on
iofk. They may spend part of the sumw which they who have not tried ago. The time and at last S. Snell, Midway; Jos. F. Williams, June 10, 18irt.! ami leave Mt. Lucie River Wednesday*,
in the White Mountains nd Conwtlciit Bale Those growers er's track for some Clara hogaard White City;
,
# fertilizers will certainly him Orangedale; and Friday's, connecting with J., T, AK
and have taken their wheels the above company's interest to do so.Mr. captured him at Ocala, bringing The toTitusville C, R. Sams, Artesla; Annie Belloue, Editor Indian Ilieer Adtocattl W. Ry. train for Jacksonville and nil
their last.
Salurd.iv prisoner
find it to
'"h them so as to get a good view ofa Incarcerated In our county Jail, Hardeevllle; Eunice A. Scholletd, Woodley. Dear HIr Tho arrival of the American Northern points on Thursday's and Sat.unlays. .
is
now
country.Mrs. J. B. McKeown, one of our Chagrin awaiting ills trial before Judge llroomeat mall and the newsy Advocate reminds .
but
- Walter K. Watson, wife ofMef Falls ((0.) subscilbers, has sold his the next term of Circuit Court.To Other teachers deferred were until approved the superintendent me that I am In your debt for the subscription
Mack to some Englishman at New assignment for the ensuing yoar, for which
Engineer Watson, of the steamer yacht further Fifty Dollar* ltmvant !
* Augustine, left here, Tuesday, for Smyrna, who are said to be on a prospecting could secure necessary please find check herewith. We are now

''wksouville, where she will probably tour of the East Coast, with the lie Married. Information. making a tour through the Italian lake

" aln a few months. Mrs. Watson is ater view of locating. Mr. Harry Sams disposed The term of school will be determined region, and being about the only pariof A letter received yesterd.tv, at till*

of Mrs. George Marx, of Sprlng- of the boat for Mr. McKeown, who The following invitation, received this by the estimated resources of the School Italy that I. new to us, we are enjoying office, from Mr. Willi. W. Russell, of

e>d, Jacksonville, and of Miss Stella Is now spending the summer at his Ohio week at the Advocate office, tells the Board. It very much. The surrounding New York, say.: i
"l",the Cohen Bros.' : John R. Walker was appointed supervisor Alp. are quite white with .now for this "I have just received word that mypinery
popular cashier at home. story
school W. R.
n mmoth store on Bay street.Mrs. merchant of Jacksonville "Mrs. Emma Eaton requests your of the Titusville vice season of the yoar, and although It I. near Sebastian was broken into,
A prominent at the marriage of her daughter. Knox, resigned. quite warm In the valley., we can at and because the fruit wa. not rlpo
- W. D. Mussenden, of Bath, says: "I have given the Advocate presence Miss Anna Lou, to Mr. Wiley Lenard The teachers of negro school, elected least see cool weather all the time. I enough to eat, the miscreants were only

.V. who ,la* leel1) on a vst, to ,,er a fair trial, and I have come to the best conclusion all- Uenly, Thursday, July seventh, athish were: N. X. Roberson, Titusville; M.U. wish I could send a little down to the satisfied by destroying half the plants.I .

10
Mt. will probably leave for home tomorrow round newsy paper in the state." the service South, Titusville, Fla., 1808.'' Courtenay. These schools may be the pink paper says tot. of sobller. are of the party or parties who did this, a*

much to the regret of her many your rates are a little "steep, received Miss Eaton is one of Titusville'. most opened so that the teacher, can teach coming to Miami and probably St, Augustine. a. It was] the first fruit and wa. an ex.perl .

nrls. jr9[ # Mussenden will be accom- is good. Last Monday I sender charming aud estimable young ladies, two school, each during the year. men t to find what result, could be

l d by Mrs. M. P. Bobbins as far ascsonville good order from Key West in the the pink and we tbink Mr. Henlv quite fortunate Bill, of teacher, were paid, aggregating Like all American, living abroad, wo obtained growing pineapple. In muck

where they will remain a saying be had seen my ad. six in securing such a fair bride.A *i70 00BI1U are much Interested in the war, but the soli. Fortunately, some remain, and,

'? ys ere tn* former lady leaves onJ paper; Continue my ad. another which I of officer, and expenses 127 V2 new.come, to ns, as a rule, seasoned by the fellow who attempt, to enter again

tlydo steamer for the North.JT months, and .end bill for June, the European view of the writer in whatever will find a mine that will create as much,
will promptly pay." Itare Opportunity. Total for month $307 02 paper we may be reading barring liafoo with him a. Sampson did with the
'1 nufh H. Richardson, general total for- the are "
The receipt year the American and English newspapers Spaniard, at Santiago.
Cliffdale plantation view I. sympathetic
at the pineapple and this usually
'.with HEADQUARTERS For sale,
headquarters at Jacksonville, MAKE YOUR The deficit In fund, will be over $1,000.
0 town last Friday and Saturday,In our .tore when In Titusville. We are at Eden, on Indian Rlrer all cleared, consisting The Board will probably cut off all outside to Spain. I hope you will all escape Indian BABIES' carriages, chair., cribs, cradle*,
of land and on
''nterests right; are of ten acre bombardment capture white enamel bed., crib., curtain
7" of h la road. He gave the prepared to treat you prices Red expense, except teacher. salaries ,of
with Spanish River and take this mean forwarding
mostly

and planted and toilet sets.
office up-to-date; of pole.; porcelain tin
I00 pleasant call leaving incidental
goods and
rieht necessary expenses
;
friends
dwelling to all East Coast
a of pines; good new kind regard my ,
gIbdseb WALKER. all
A suites
eral variety Springs, mattresses, prices.
"eat and useful railroad soumong anteed. office and officer, salaries.WE .
modern convenience. Mrs.
YB'" house, with all ; In which Knight join. me. Furniture Store Titusville, Fla.
them a fine hanging ,
very
",P of large and convenient packing house, Yours very truly,
Georgia and Florida, upon which Cats and Chickens for freight house and station on railroad for HAVE such a beautiful Hoe ofladle. T. Howard Kxhjht.
Dogs,
? the O. S. A F. asiQ
no"n Ry.,
,, * H other railroads in these two Sale. .hipping on the ground. Address .' drees fabric. It I. a pleasure to [The above letter 1. from Dr. Knight, Wanted.

ALFRED COX, how them. Gardner A Walker. of Philadelphia, who was formerly a popular
*1U valuaaL -
qa,*,Mon to certainly 0r offlc prove M w a hTeeenLcai and trained and Eden, Fla. and well-known resident of Indian Help for U. S. marine hospital service f

All kinds, i s, River, and latterly assistant to St. Augustloe'a U. H. cutter service hospital
revenue ;
n aurbjg" the year anxious toMnap sSnd James Bettls, Drug Store, I>aytona.Drug. .
* Info"natloa afforded by such untrained. .tamp kind to wanted. INDIAN RIVER MOTHERS, talented surgeon. Dr. S. G.Worley. and signal corps, U. S, A.; mechanic*

Winchester, III, .tating TIRED when In town on the Fourth, come to ., medicine.,chemical., fine toilet .] for the U. S. N.; also civilian* of all.

.tore to rest. We have special soaps, brushes, comb., perfumery and kind*. For full Information call oa
Get rour whisky at Losley A Mottow'.; our for handling heavysleepingbabies. fancy toilet article. In great variety.M. BOYS SUITS* age. 6 to II, at tl.25 per William Hnber,agent.No. 410 1-3 Franklin

whl *y at Losley A Motlow'a; facllltle.. Oardxeh A Walker. HusTosr, propr. nit; "good value." O. 4 Walker, street, Tampa, Fla.

''l order*5' $3-H, filled**same n<* day.$5 per gallon. Mall order, filled .ame day.








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trated dint. They also at least soar 13, 1891)), while a more complete aod detailed THE STRONGEST AND RICHEST

Poor and Weak as the juicy frnlts are concerned relieve report Is contained In the Transactions COUNTRY IN THE

thirst and add fluid constituents to of the Connecticut Academy of

Catarrh and Bronchial Trouble the blood and Increase the quantity ofurine. Arts and Sciences, Vol. Till, January, WORLD. Wholesale Dealers InGrxoceries -

the aid of their extractives 1802. The journal of edited
Had no Appetite Now Better In By. Physiology, Nothing more thoroughly significant ZET'x-u.it' SL3=L and salino constituents tbey are useful by Michael Foster, Vol. xv, No. 4, roca.ij.Ce
Every Way-A Delicate Child. has been the piesent unpleasantness
developed by
In certain disorders of the blood, such November, 1803, contains a further communication 131 Mid 133 Kut Bay Street and 6 and a Mewnan Street,
'Some time since I took a sadden cold than the renewal of a cordial
and could not get rid of it. Being subject as scurvy, lithaemla, or rheumatism and on this subject, entitled "On feeling ,between this country and

to catarrh and bronchial trou ble I coughed likewise act as dleuretlcs and reduce the the Proteolytic Action of Bromelln, the of
England. The maritime supremacy
terribly. I lost my appetite and gre* total acidity of the urine. In some cases Ferment of Pineapple Juice." From FRUIT HOUSES IN
the mother countr is so pronounced ONE OF THE OLDEST THE
poor aud weak and I did not feel like of gout, ncld fruits appear to precipitate these investigations it Is clearly demonstrated and universal CITYiWe

work. I began taking Hood's Hursnpaxilla. an attack; for instance, strawberries are that pineapple juice contains aproteolytic her empire so widespread ,
Iia short time the cough disappeared that her navy has necessarily become headquarters for all kind* of Seed and Eating Potatoes and
and ferment which are *
very apt to cause gouty pains even acts in neutral Pe*
I slept well, bad a good appetite the first in the world, while her management cruaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Ilay, Grain and Feed
Inflammation, and susceptible patients acid, or alkaline solution (and is, Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
and Vegetables.
and I was better in every way. Last of her vast colonial dependencies your Oranges
quickly learn to avoid them. This action therefore, analogous to trypsin), and also
spring I waa not feeling well,I had no appetite has been such as to offer some valuable JACKSONVILLE
and no strength. I resorted toHood's Is here referred to, as it illustrates globulin like body, which acts like rennet lessons to the United States at a moment MARX BROTHERS, FLA.u .

in the decided effect In the of milk,
Caraapnrllla aud soon felt more a striking manner causing coagulation
when we are starting out in the territorial
like work. My little nephew was a delicate of a fruit diet upon the chemistry of the These studies* into the nature of the pro business for ourselves.It .

child and had a humor which troubled blood. Acid fruits are appropriately teolytic ferment of pineapple juice byProf. expansion CKiiS.33 *= co.
has been said of the Biitlsh Envpiie
him so he could not rest at night.He piven to patients suffering with dyspepsia Chittenden, possessing some practical the DEALERS IN
In
that Its weakness was to be found
has taken few bottles of Hood's barsaparllla
a accompanied by achlorhydrla or de? features, should be more widely
and now be has a good appetite As the Is known be length, and the consequent tenuity of aFMxx
flclency of acidity. pepsin than tbey appear to at present.It .
and is able to sleep." Miss Abbib J.FB.KHMAN the chain it had stretched around thewoild. /
only active In an acid medium, if the Is evident that In fresh pineapple 417. 410, IV. llsyfct.JACKSONVILLE .
South Duxbury, Mass.OOU Nothing could well be further
gastric juice Is wanting In this constituent juice where we have an efficient, cheap, .
the ,
from the truth. England is to-day flaJ
fruits may be used judiciously to and agreeable remedy for weak digestion
strongest and richest country in the RICH WINES create enod I
S rlrta k.
parillaIs supply the deficiency. Therefore, oranges and one especially suited to children. thy blood. Don't make tlic 1
Id It is because of the fact that her
at breakfast and dtu tr found Not do have the action wot buying sour jicior wine lierauMit
are only we
tho Onu Truo ISlooil rurinor.All druggists, tUHnnl' policy has been such as to bind her colonies .cheap. It Is not. It lias i. imsty. Jultreeable
to bo of great assistance la many cases of the digestive ferments to supply a deficiency { effect upon the im tho best
I? fid are after-dinner "
steel. The od wine
< to her with "hooks of is really not
IIOOU > I' .SIS pills, aid digestion. iiiu. of weak digestion, especially if the fruit in the secretion of pepsin, but idves you that pulletl-toiieUier reiwnnlte.I i
who "makes his pild" In the '
juice Is taken In place of water, tea, or the small quantity of pepsin which is Englishman satisfied feeling:. .
We make
colonies home to London to Invest KIT" a Specialty.if x0rla("it
other liquid which, by dilution, would secreted has its activity increased by the goes Una Mountain l>ew l orn V hixliet'n,,
his and dream of a title either old, S2JS0 "
WHO IS A DEMOCRAT ? further tend to diminish tho acidity of pleasant vegetable acid. As the fibre of money, years Parties livinic per In jrallon.Kry 'Jowni sill ,
himself his children. It is largely
for or well to order from us, L
as
the gastric secretion. the fruit Is indigestible and may give annoyance can >
from this that the vast accumulations tneni 60 per cent,on all orders.ESTAlways .
source
The supremo court of Massachusetts The curious fact has been noticed that to a delicate stomach, the fruit send money lth
of that make London the
recently rendered a decision in a case the juices of certain plants possess the may be simply chewed without being capital We will not open new acpounts unl
financial centerof the civilized world suitable Jacksonville reference in
bu
which has caused no small commotion power of converting protelds into albu- swallowed, or the expressed juice maybe Ko Qoofls sent C. 0.1) to l ry TmmV

among tho Democrats of that state. moses or peptones. This is owing to given In measured quantity after each are shall derived acquire; and the If colonial this country posesslons, when already it Brewers Agent and for llottlers Indianopolid, Indimuiiulw lirevlii| ;, k o

The law of Massachusetts requires the presence of a vegetable proximate meal. In addition to its value in digestive shall them with Hercules Malt Tonic, S3.25 rer cose( Clayton Jt Rnssell Wild Cherry Brandy, *4 00 per caw.SA.W .
la
tlmt boaids of registration shall be bipartisan. prlnclplo, analogous to pepsin. In the recently disorders, It is possible that It sight, govern

John II. Sheridan was appointed expressod juices of the ripe fruit. may be used topically in the form of the same wisdom and forebearance and

one of these boards as a Democrat The South American melon, or pawpaw spray, or applied with a probe or mop, justice that characterized have with one England notable the exception AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YAH I),

and thereupon a great howl wits the Carlca papaya contains such an in cases of collections of mucus or exuditlon Fitlatka, Flo. B. Ilay St., Foot of CatherliJ

raised. Mr. Sheridan was one of the active principle, which has been called in the upper air passages and In same, result will inevitably follow.

Massachusetts Democrats who refused "papain," or "papayotin," but this the throat. If papain or trypsin is useful From the Tampa Dally Tribune. WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY

to accept the Chicago platform of 181)11) plant is not likely to form a portion of In croup or diphtheria, there is ,

and voted for I'almer and Buclcner. The the diet, on account of its fruit having ground for believing that equally good of There the country is more than Catarrh all in other this diseases section Manufacturers of

Democrats, who stuck to the regular an Insipid or unpleasant taste. The active results may be obtained from the useof put together, and until the Inst few years

party organlz ttlon, contended that principle, however, has been introduced freshly expressed pineapple juice. At was supposed to be Incurable. For a Lumber Shingles and Lath.A

Sheildan's appointment was not logal, Into medical practice, not only asan all events, it Is certainly a harmless remedy great many years doctors pronounced ita Cypress .

as be Is not a Democrat. The case wns aid to digestion In the stomach, but which cannot be said of some of local disease, and prescribed local remedies

taken Into the courts and finally to tho also an a solvent for the membranes In the prescriptions for topical applications with ,local and treatment by constantly, pronounced falling to it cure incurable. large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings,

supreme court. That tribunal sustained the throat In diptheria, being highly to the throat In croup and diphtheria tobo Science has proven catarrh tobe lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments, Cypre>|

Sheridan's nppolntment. It declares commended for this purpose by Dr. J. found in the text books. a constitutional disease, and, therefore mouldings of all patterns a specialty.

that all members of either the Democratic Lewis Smith and others. Pineapple syrup Is a pleasant form in requires constitutional treatment.Hall's When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us,
Catarrah Cure, manufactured byF.
or Kepublioan party have never The pineapple also possesses an active which to administer this agent, but It J. Chenny & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the

s, adhered to all of the same principles principle, termod "bromelln," which exerts should not be made with''heat' as this only constitutional cure on the matket.It .

I'. or suppoited all of the party candidates, a very decided digestive actjon upon would destroy the ferment. Without is taken Internally "in doses from 10

Si and asserts that "the only test given In albumin. Owing to the fact that pineapples boiling, however, it rapidly undergoes, on drops the to blood a teaspoonfnl.and mucous It surfaces acts directly of the THE SOUTHERN FUEL & SUPPLY

the particular statute now under consideration aro frequently found upon our in warm wealhety acetic acid fermentation system. They offer one hundred dollars

Is that the registrator shall tables, and nre generally eaten on account and thereby spoils; therefore, It Is for any case itfails, to cure. Send for

act with that ono of the two loading of their agreeable flavor, are reasonably best to make It extemporaneously by circulars and testimonials. Address.F. Wood Goal Coke Brick Lime Cement,
J. Cheney A Co., Toledo O.J3PSold ,
political parties which bo was appointed cheap, and conveniently obtainable adding the sugar to the juice at the by Druggists, 73 cents. ,

to represent. It Is not required that be It Is worth while to bear In mind time of administration. Brick.'
and Sidewalk
shall bo recognized as In regular standing tho fact that pineapple juice Is a valuable Vitrified Paying
BEHRING SEA AWARD.
shall ull act with aid to digestion. A Investigation
by, or on things special The merit of Hood'a.SaisaparUlaIs

the predominant faction or division of conducted by Prof. R. IT. Chit lltterally wiltten in blood.It Tbe English that the 403 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telephone 2C2JJ.

that lending polltloal party.Tho tenden, of Yale college, into the ferments Is traced In the vital fluid press agrees

sliver Democrats of Massachusetts contained in the juice of the pineapple Of millions of the human race. United States, in paying the Behrlng K.. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.An .
Its positive medicinal meilt Sea award, baa succeeded in further
this decision with bad (Ananassa satlvn few
accept very grace ) a years ago, And curative power Is written cementing the friendly relations now existing
and still Insist that no man Is a Democrat brought out some very Interesting, and Upon the hearts, and graven upon
,
between the two countries. The sMT" I Invite yonr Attention to my Complete Stock of
who refuses to accept the Chicago from a medical standpoint, Important The minds of thousands

platform and vote for Ilryan and Sewall. facts with regard to this well known Of people whom It has cured London Times, In a recent editorial, says:
And given good health "The resolution to pay the Beluing Sea -HARDWARE AND CROCKERY 4*
Hut Mr, Sheridan holds bis Job as a fruit. Senor Maroano, of Venezuela,
When there seemed nothing before award Is another gratifying instance of
Democrat all the same. was the discoverer of the exlstenoe of aproteld Them but darkness and despair.It .
digesting principle In plants of cures all diseases arising the growth of the spiilt of friendship Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, TInwnre.Giteware

same.PINEAPPLES. the order Bromellareae to which the From or promoted by Impure and justice toward England In a quarter doors, sash and blinds, aud. Builders' Hardware,, water coolers, ice cream
Blood by its intrlnsio meilt ntt where until recently such feelings which freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves-Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, garden tools I

pineapple belongs. The discoverer, Indeed The One True Blood Puilfler.A we cordially recognize and reciprocate plows and harrows, paints and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultiy nettinif
Therapeutic Value. made n> very practical application and barbed'wire,
as well as a good omen for the establishment
There Is a wide-spread and probably of his knowledge by using the pineapple of those closer and more cordial Harrison Bros' Ready Mixed. !Pain.ts.
CHANCE FOR TITUSVILLE.
juice as a digestive agent in the

well-founded opinion, both nmong the preparation relations between, tbe two countries Please Write me for Prices. i respectfully solicit si L
medical professlou and the laity, concerning of a predigestod food from moat.Prof. your | tr n Ke. Atail Orders given l'roiupt and Careful Attention, and inqulrlet 1013VE.
toward which the best minds
the wholesome- and Chittenden found the proteld digesting St. Auoi'stine, Fla., June 21,1808. on both J prices answered promptly.It .
sanatory sides of the Atlantic have been =
steadily 313. <3-I LTJ23Ii3Xl..
when power of fresh pineapple juice tobe Editor Indian River Advocate iDrarSih
qualities of fresh fruit, eaten as a moving. Xew York Fishing Gazette.
portion of the daily food, says Frank something quite remarkable for Its : Mr. J. F. Berk, who lives West Palm Beach, Flaltloniof

Woodbury,'M. D., In the Medloal Bulletin. Intensity; It is, moreover, a constant near West J'alrn lleach, will spend the Enterprising Druggist.A .
featuro and one which admits of summer in the North advertising the
This vlow has nowhere else received ea'y
East Coast of Florida by stereopttenn
such fu'lncss of recognition as in demonstration. These facts were well views In connection with n lecture. He There are few men more wide' awake

the most popular novel of Mr. Itlder brought out In a paper read bofore the does not charge anything for his services and enterprising than P. S Chaffee who Magnolia Grocery....

Haggard, In which the gifted author Philadelphia Co., Medical Society (May provided various points on the East spares no pains to secure the best of
Coast can furnish the photographs and everything In his line for bis many H. A. HJENRY.Proprietc
makes fruit the sole dlot* of his
mystlo pay for the slides. The slides will cost customers. lie now has the valuable
heroine, "She," ''who, by Its aid, preserves about 40 cents apiece.If agency for Dr. King's"2few Disco* ery for Wholesale and Ketall Dealer In

her and for the fabulous When you have authorities wish to take consumption and colds.
youth beauty a sick horse your ony coughs This is
period of three thousand yenrs. do not hitch him you Interest In this matter of furnishing such the wonderful remedy that la producing STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES...

There Is familiar maxim up to a sulky and views as would like to have shown ofTitusville such a furor all over the country by its
a embodying
take, .him to the will you kindly let me know, many startling cures. It absolutely cures Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please you.
the results of experience, that comes to .race* track for sending views to this office. atthma, bronchitis, hoarseness and all

mind In this connection, that "fruit Is little healthful Yours truly, effectlons of the throat, chest and lungs. 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

gold In the morning, silver at noon, and spin.. You You cannot dochim. J. E. Ixgrauam, Call at above drug store and get a trial Telephone No. 235.JOB.
Land Commissioner, bottle free or a regular size for 50
lead at night." The fact Is not one of work or recreate s man cents
and >
into good health $1 (0. Guaranteed to cure or price
universal application, but It Is of Interest than you can any ahorse. Different Person. refunded.

to note that at certain times in the Bicycling

day fruit has been popularly compared will make healthy is said thtt the Japanese language PRIITTTITG
men more healthy ; ft Lakeland, Fla., June 20,1806.Mrs. contains 47 characters.ALKX .
with things a) precious as gold and silver. will make unhealthy

It is certainly Blgollloant of the men more unhealthy. J. M. Collins, of this place, says OF ALL KINDSPRINTING
When a man has been she was broken down In .health, was always Executed
NEAR. at theADVOCATE
esteem in which fruit Is held KRJtEST TAYLOR.
high as a living- too bisa hurry, tired, had no appetite and no energy.

food, and expresses the general appreciation when himself he oat has, when worked heha After taking six bottlos of Hood's NEAR & TAYLOR OFFICE.r .

of Its great value in nutrition. (rot so that he does Saraaparilla she was relieved and said ,

King Solomon could find no term of not sleep or cat,*or rest, she felt liken different woman.To (Successors to John McAllister.)
and the whole world looks gloomy to him,
commendation or comparison so expressive it is time for him to take medicine. Then, Artesian Well Contractors Ditcklen's Arnica Salve.
of the beauty of "a word fitlyspoken" when he is braced up a bit. it is time Cars Constipation Foravar. WAR !
enough for him to take to the bicycle. Take Casearets Cundv Cathartic. looortta. The best Solve In tbe
as to assert that it like world for cuts
was When a man's nerves have an edge on It U C.C fall to cure,druggists refund money. EAU CALLIE, FLA. bruises ,
"apples of gold In pictures of sliver." them, so that tbe least little disappointment sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
rasps on his temper like a file, when sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, *"
By apples of gold Is probably meant the by
corns We have made arrangements
his stomach and liver and nerves are deranged and all skin eruptions, and posi jnst orCRAM'S
edition
fruit which elsewhere has been called by and he is continually gloomy and EASY BIDING. tively cures Piles, or no pay required. obtain control of a special

the ancients "the goldeu apples of the melancholy, he should take Dr. Pierce's It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac BIG 'WAR ATLAS
Golden Medical Discovery. It makes a All tbe time and speed when tion sr money refunded. Price 2.> ,
Ilesperidos and which were undoubtedly you c. per
man as hungry fisherman and
as a to
sees box.
it that all want It Is a great feature of For safe by F. S. Chaffee A Co.niood OF ITS KIND
what are familiarly known to us as the vita! elements of the food are THE BEST BOOK
absorbed into the blood. It braces up the
asoranges. liver and puts it to work in that right way. Oeaatr Deep. It la jnst what you want of oor and fleets all yo J Vn'follow "LJS.

Abernetby said that a large proportion It drives all bilious impurities from the o..i Clean blood means a clean skin. No les. I the containa movements IS pa es or larirs colored PJ21x14
of the diseases from which men aysttn. It fills flesh, nerves, brain cells, beauty without it. Cascarets,Candy Cathar inches and 14X10M Inches In si*. ""
""
sinews and bones with the life-giving elements Here are some Keating points for your consideration: tic clean your -blood and keep all territory wnera a conilics could po
it clean
suffer are caused, and may be cured, at of rich, red, pure blood. It makes stirring up the lazy liver and by war.
the table. In view of this observation, a man healthy sad then a bicycle will The Frame makes it purities from the body. Begm driving to-day all im to* COMPLETE STATISTICS.
make him strong. Medici dealers sell banish
which we know baa a large substratum it, and have nothing "just as good." STRONG.Tbe and that pimples sitklv,bilious boils, blotches, blackheads, Naval and military,and history of the sll JJJgJ I|
of truth underlying-It does It not Construction Caat-aretfl, complexion by taking tries and possessions Involved, all
seem makes It beauty for
Through year akitlAil treatment I ara one* ten cents. All drug documents,eta.,etc.It .
strange that so little space Is devoted to more a well raaa." writes I. N. Arnold. Esq of ItDURABLE. gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c,50c.
Oaady, Logan Co., Neb.n I Buttered for years Answers all War Qnestions,
this subject In works on practice of medicine with constipation and torpidity of the I Tr, Bearings give it
Even In the text books dietetics irritation of the prostate and faftaraniattoa of Many beetles can lift a War Arguments.
on the bladder. I took sis bottles of Golden SPEED.Tbe weight equal to Settles all
very'little attention lias been given, Medical Discovery aad 'Pleasant reliefs and more than 500 times the weight of their
am permanently cured, you have been the Double Boiler Chain own bodies.2io Strictly Up to Date.
for Instance, to the effects of various ancana of saving my lift." ,

kinds of fruits In health and In disease.In A man or woman who neglects MAKES IT FLT.Up Even ir you bava another Atins, yon MJ'gJone '
hill down hill on tbe tour road track to keep poauxt. Whtlethfs r JSt *
or Cure
know that constipation suffers from slow No Pay. t S
general terms, we fruits lasts wa will arad eotues. P ;,

assist digestion by Increasing the mass lieu cure. Dr.constipation.Pierce's Pleasant One It has No Equal. f> GROVE'S That Is the way all druggists sell with four paper-Up tosnes To of Bate our ,profusely''for 2 eU J"JJjJJoomlo

or bulk of the food, and thus overcoming little "Pellet" is a gcntW laxative Send for Catalogue. for TASTELESS CHILL TONIC or silver. Address

the tendency to constipation due to All ,medicine and two dealers a mild sail cathartic.tbcas. KEATING WHEEL COMPANY, simply Malaria Iron,and Chills Quinine and in Fever.a It is DP TO DATE

the uses of a rich and highly concen Mat other pills are "just as good." Mitldletown Conn. form. Children love It. Adults tasteless
prefer
it to bitter, nauseating tonics. Price, 60c I loan Bldi, CHICAGO.



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INDIAN felVKR JaDVOCJLTK, JUI.Y 1, .1893


ional THE VELVET k
profess BEAN. tlve cost. Far more nitrogen can be had

for the same money from cotton seed HODGES & GODFREY r

ROB nW. WaXTIH 8.Q Hi Editor Iiuiian River Advoeatr : meal than from the velvet bean. The *

JbBBLNS A GRAHAM, Among new candidates for favor as demand for the latter for seed and feeding Manufacturers of

nitrogen assimilating plants few give purposes is likely to be good for
ATTORNETS-AT-LA T, Yellow Pine Lumber
more promise than the so called "Velvet some years whioh for a time at least MANIER & LANE MUSIC CO. ,

TI e Hours: From 10 to 12 a. m., Bean." It is a legume of tropical orl- will conclusively settle the matter.As '
4 .
and 2 to p.m.TrrtrsviiXK HOITOII A DRR8SKD,
gin and for latitudes adapted to its culture to the area of culture over which
Brevard Co., Florida.il. Orane;* Boa Head*,
possesses advantages over anything the velvet bean can be profitably extended
.Volt !"* Fruit A Vegetable- Crate*.
in all tns oourts-state and fed hitherto known. The writer has been we are as yet left largely to con

jLuifaoilitiat practice or examining and perfect.iUnd familiar with it in South Florida for a jecture. It is not probable that In range on Lumber throuirh delivered bill of lading.at any part Anyone of Indian contemptsInir River*-

titles.rrSOR good many years, as a rapid growing It wllr In anywise equal that of the cow Conoyer Fischer Kingsbury Frankiln write hullUnit for pries.on the The Kaat Hawmill Coast,la would situated do well on thoJ. to

vine especially adapted for covering pea. This latter legume has of late .,T..* K. W. It;., miles south of lalatka.SiihMiiiinllljriitH .

S. JONES, trelllsses, fences and similiar objects. been pushing northward until it Is now l'litnamco., Fla,

The foliage is not especially attractive more or less successfully grown about PIANOS ;

ATTORNETATLAW.ITUSVILLE but its long pendant racemes of pale blue as far north as oorn. The cultivation NATIONAL.Z =*

flowers reminding one somewhat of the of the velvet been Is as yet almost exclusively -

BREVARD CO., FLA. Wistaria followed speedily by clusters of confined to Florida. From the CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS Home-Seekers I''

County Judge of Brevard County.L. daik semi-segmented, black pods with observed habits of the plant the writer .
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
a thick hirsute coveting which has suggested can see no reason why Southern Texas v

the popular name to the plant and and at least the lower portion of the Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms.

OAULDEN, given it altogether an odd and not unattractive Atlantic and Gulf states cannot add the Exchanging Property for Property aSpecialty.

'* ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, appearance. velvet bean to tts list of soil building Write for Catalogues.MANIER. Send Descilptlon of what

Four or five years since, it occured to and forage crops. Where six months of have and wJwt .want.MALABAR .
you ,
o-U| practice In all the Court* of the State A LANK MUSIC COMPANT you.
some one to it continuous summer midday heat ,
florid* and the United States Court*. try as a substitute for the approximating
cow The 80' Farenheit be 24 East Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.eoiNa Indian River, FLORIDA.C. .
can
t 0.Box,238. T1TUSVILLE, FLA.. pea. success of the expei I ment ,
Money to Loan. 18 was from the first almost phenomenal. found there would be little doubt of C. CARROLL,

Under favorable conditions it was found success under favorable conditions. Asa Roul Estate Agent.

GOLDSMITH, that it would make ncai ly double the nitrogen fertilizer factory the velvet

J. amount of vine and leaf growth as compared bean has probably no known equal and Choice . .

with any known vailety of cow It Is certainly worth experimenting within Wines,Liquors

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, pea. Indeed, the wiiter has seen orange more elevated latitudes that In which
NORTH V and Cigars.Oiiai'antut .

It has hitherto been .
groves covered with a denso almost Impenetrable grown.No
tusville, Florida.J. >il Pure..Sold .
tangle of vines at least four it wax Robixsox. "
TRAVEL
YIA THE "TIFTON ROUTE.
feet in depth in six months from the at reduced

WEBB, time of sowing. The amount of fumes How to Look Good. piloea

and nitrogen which such a mass of leg.uminous Georgia Southern and Florida Railway.Suwanee Imported Tokay Wltie,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, growth will supply can be readily Good looks are really more than skin from Italy.

Will practice In the Courts of the 7th imagined. The seed produced Is deep, depending entirely on a healthy River Route. 1
ircuiCslbourne condition of all the vital organs. It the
correspondingly largo. Stock seem to be John B. Togni
liver is Inactive, you have a billions look; ,
[ Florida. especially fond both of the vines and the If your stomach is disordeied, you have The Ooorgla Southern A Florida Hallway oompilsos part of the Tlfton Route, Metropolitan Saloon, 12:) Kust Bay St.,

beans. The latter in a dry state and a dyspeptic look ; if your kidneys are effected and Is the most direct route to all points North, East and West, and operates the

ground, have been found to be an excellent you have a pinched look. Secure finest Pullman Iiuffet sleepers; double dally, Jacksonville toNasbvlllo via Macon, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. 5* t
0. FRIES, C. E. good health, and you will surely have Wholesale anil Itetall......
material for supplying the piotein good looks. "Electllo Bitters" Is a Rood Atlanta, and Chattanooga; traversing the famous fruit belt of Goorgla, and the

COUNTY SURVEYOR. and muscle forming Ingredients in rations Alterative and Tonlo. Acts directly on Historical Battle Fields of North Georgia and Tennessee.
Tho Largest and Most Complete
for stock feeding. Further experiments the stomach, liver and kidneys, purifies For further Information, maps, schodulos, sleeping oar reservations, etc.,
Establishment
South.
Land legally surveyed and sub-dlvlded. in this matter are however, desirable the blood, cures pimples, blotches and write or call on .
boils and gives a good complexion.
,
ripping neatly done. Estimates for and no doubt some of our experiment Every bottle guaranteed. Sold at F. S.Chaffee's JIIUOII II. RICHARDSON, Gen. Agt.,

11 kinds of engineering works. Disuted stations will persue them exhaust DruK Store. 50 cents a bottle. 7 Hogan St., Jacksonville.O. .
ively. CHECKLEV SHAW, A. MaoUONALD,
lines a specialty.rrcsvLLE Vice-President, Mitotan, Ga. Gen'l Passenger Agt.Wm. .
Fears llrst
were at expressed that like

Brevard Co., Florida.TEPIIEN some other legumes the roots of this PERSONAL CHATS.

vine might to be a favoiite resting
prove Thomas A. Edison is still a young Take a Trip on Imtliui Itlver.A .

E. FOSTER, place for that dieaded nematode parasite rnan. He was born at Milan, O., SI ShaYing Parlor... Alh
the which in Floiida
Anguiluru so
years ago. steamor leaves Tltiinvillo Tuesday,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, frequently inflicts seilous Injury upon All the grandHous of Charles Dtokens Thursday ami baturtlay at :):.H) p. m. for
the and other fruit To aid St. Lucie River aud Intermediate landings
peach trees.
Rooms 4.0 A 423 Gardner bear the nnine of Cburles. One of them,
Building, connecting at So well' Point, southbound
in determining tills, the writer, something 'Charles Dickens, son of Henry Fielding
iChSOXVULE on Wednesday and Sunday, with
FLOKIDA.i. .
over two years since, examined Dickens, Q. C, is an officer in the British steamer Delia for Palm Itencli.

chemically and mtcioscopically, the nodules navy. Returning, steamer leaves the St. Lucie

i. Scott. Gordox R. Bkoome.COTT on the roots fiom a number of This was the luconlo salutatory written River on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday

& BROOME vigorous vines. So far as the examination by Sherman M. Smith, the new proprietor arriving at Tltiisvllle on Thursday, MANUFACTURERS Or"
Saturday and Mondav, connecting with
of the Chillicothe (Mo.) Constitution
extended there was nothing to indicate : "Hereafter I will attend to the the J., T. A K. W. Railway for Jacksonville Doors Sash, Blinds,
ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW, the piesence of the suspected pest. The and Intermediate points.

(over Bank) nodules were large and in great abundance editorial work niyself. This Is u delightful and cool river trip.A Moulding & Building Material.Olllco .
Secretary Gage generally accommodates W. Bt'IK, Supt.
aud the habitat of
[iaml were evidently
Florida.E0RGE people with his autogruph who
form of biiccillus. Of A Wai'erooina, King, opposite
some nitrifying request it, but he always insists upon The greatest force known to aclenco Is Cannon Street.Charleston $1 '
course, moie extendod investigation is placing it at the very top of auy paper that produced by tho contraction and

W. ALLEN, necessary to deteimine the absolute freedom offered so that no order can afterward expansion of metals, resulting from the S. C.

of the Velvet Bean fiom the attacks be written above his name. action of heat aud cold. ,

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, of dangerous parasitic enemies. Captain Jack Haynes of St. Louis is Sash Weights Cord and

confirm aid be the oldest veteran soldier in ,
to
Experience appears to fully Notice for Publication.
,
jtyMTest Florida.J the view which its immense growth of the world. He is 110 years of age, H. S. MEADOR Hardware. .
J Mil practice lathe United' States fought with Jackson at New Orleans, ,
leaf, vine, root and fruit would naturally Land OHIce at Gainesville, Fla., 1
Instate Courts.
and Window and Glass
slave ship was an engineer Fancy
OjunOSHR. ran a
suggest, that the Velvet Bean is one of Juno l.'l, 1W8. J JNOTICE Washington Avenue,
built in New
on the first steamboat
the most rapid and efficient nitrogen I* hereby ill ven that tbe following A SPECIALTY.BO .
Orleans. settlor tut* fllwl notice of his Inleii.tlon TITUSVILLK, FLOUIDA.
F. II. IIOUOUTOX, gatheiers known. It must bo remembered Alfred Beit the South African millionaire to makeltnal |ironf In support of bl.olalm .
,anil that .aid |>r however, that It Is a gross feeder and who is to marry May Moore, Clerk Circuit Court at Tltiisvllle, Kla on .Inlv EXPERIENCE

has no more power than any other plant, Charles Wyndham's leading woman, is 80, imw,vUi Klmlrmlll. Orlttls, or TltiiMvllla.Kla. .
DENTIST.faytona llonimtoad UMAI, for tlin ennt-hulf ofsoutheast
of making something out of nothing. It one of Cecil Rhodes' right hand men.He ipiurter of section 'J", township SI,

fed. According to fertility has been one of the great matrimonial sonth raiiK must be liberally
Florida.DALPU names the r llowlnK wltne M>S In pro*e bis
and soil conditions from 300 to 1001)) prizes of London for two or continuous residence iiihiii, and ntilttvatton of,
said land, vlsr Brrx-K Kevnlaof Tltimvlllr, ria.i
pounds of acid phosphate and from 100to three years. Ham Kiiti'h.of Tltiisvllle, Kl .| IMnok Tucker, ofTltiisvllle
The Dnke of Abrozzi has written an kla.; U. Il floodor Tltusvllle, Fla.W. .
E. lbs. of grade sulphate of potash ia
SMITH, 31. D. 300 high account of bis travels In Alaska, and O. KOIIIVBON, TriAoc Mark*)
should bo given to each acio, so mo DteiaNaCofveilOHT
tbe book is being published in Turin.It ltegl.ter.Notice. Ac.AnvonBnritn .
FRYSICrAN AND SURGEON. time before planting, and thoionghly incorporated is illustrated from photographs taken COTTON a.kstnh anil rtaaarlptlntveiarqaftthiy

Specialist In Genital-, Urinary an Rectal with the soil. In the case of on the spot and is to be translated into TWINES.A Invention aanerlaln la priihakly our tiftentahle.opinion fre fonimaiili'a.tlona weather an.

Diseases. soils in the extreme South that by Injudicious English, German and French. Tbe SOFT SEINE sant free atrlntly, tlldaal oonSilentlal.earner for Handbook.eeurlne on patent Patents*.

Located clean summer culture have had profits are to go to tbe poor of Tnrln. the Circuit Court, In and for llrevard PKRFKCT STllROgOM TWINg. rpwiol I'aiant mdl* taken, without tnrouah eliarse Munn, In lb A*Co. reo.lr*

' at Placlde Ilotol, nearly all the beans burned out, a complete Addison F. Andrews, son of the late County, Floild.i. Ii CiiANCEiir: CABLE CORD8 aho MACRAME.E. Scientific American.kanaaornelr

'WK905VILLE, Florida.'ineappie fertilizer must be used. The Velvet Rnfus A. Andrews, who was surveyor .
Aaron A. Ixifirauw, EMORY JOHNSON, ow a *. m llliiatra *4 weekly. I enreet etr.latlon .
Bean does not get Its nitrogen gathering of the port nnder President Lincoln, VH. Illll tofnreclosaMortK of any anlenllfln loiirnal. Tarnia, |.l aan
into full order presented to the New York Press club David M. Kil rton iihu r Ke.In M00DUS, CONN. four month*, tL tfolU by all nw.il* lr*.
Orange and Lemou apparatus running wife,Jane Kilu rliniIT J & *-Newtork
the with which the proclamation MUNN Cth" "
until somewhat late in the season and soIn pen apimarlnit by the affidavit of I>.I.riaulden,
Land For Sale, Cheap.I humus-barren of emancipation was signed. Tbe pen attorawy fur the complainant, filed In this Ur.ooh Ornoa,dot. rH,Waablaaton,U. ,
the case of very poor to Rufns A. Andrews shortly cause, that the defendants, liavld M. Kil er- THEFISHING
be helped a little; at thostart. was given ton and his wife, Jane Kduerton. are non-real-
It must
soils after tbe assassination of Llnoolnr.Rev. dents of the Htate of florlda, and are both over
I have for sale 80 acres of pineapple Patten the of tbe the aire of twenty-one years, ami that there Is noiwnioii GAZETTE
Mr. pastor
In the HLate of florlda service of a suitjioena -
mi on St. Lucie river, a few miles be"Eden The planting and culture of the Velvet Methodist church at Atkinson. Me., upon whom would tdnd the aald defendant

40 of which being northeast Bean are almost identical with that of proacbes twice on Sunday, attends two and*that liavld the M.mild KilKerton ImvIiI M.ami Kdicerton Jane Editerton and June'Kdicertun *. IIISTOIIY 4E3TAUUSIIED OK TIIM IHIH.)WORLD'SFISUKIMKS. B

IMrter of northeast quarter of section the cow pea. The bean Is almost twice evening meetings every week and teaches renlda at llurllnicton. Ht te of Wisconsin .

township 38, south of range 41 east; the size of the latter nnd should be planted the high school at Sebeo five days out ,liavld! It Is M therefor Kdicerton*ordered and Jane that Kdjierton the dofendanta ,t>*- world The onlr il.volnl w. kly Itntillnntlonrln the

J other 40 is the northeast quarter about half as thickly, so that about of seven. To reach his school be has to required to appear snd answer complainant* Uinini.rclsl Klahvrlee.riclsalrplr r'lah Culture to III*)
!il.eMt quarter of section 3 drive eight miles each wuy. crossing bill of complaint on tlieEIOHTKKNTIt ind Aulsrsl lllitsryef rl.k, -
ii. amount of seed Is refilled, say
the same DAY OP JULY, ISO*.
THE OFFICIAL, OROAN OF THE TRADE.A .
"rnsblp New
38, south of 41 east. of the bleakeBt bills in Eng
above range from H to 21 bushels. Hand planting, some or said bill will be taksn a* oonfewed and complainant Valuable Marilum for Advertlaer*.
Jfte land can be bought for 10cre. land. be allowed to proceed ea-part with The FISHINU OAZETTE civs* the ilaily quotation
In. all succeed about ( et th* Flan market* of lh*
it I, suitable for pineapple, drill or plowing said cause. principal
One of tbe most mystical Frenohmenof and all th* nw. of th* Fi.hine Worl'lIt
juuntry.
I further ordered that this order be published
lemon In Slit *
Is good
njge or lime growing.tui. equally well. If the ground from free consecutive I* lmllao n>aM* allk* to th* KIxilkUMANind
a convert each week for four
this once
century
-J?? 8old ,n ,ots * 40 cre8 for free from growing weeds weeks In the Ibiman Hivsn Advocatr, a newspaper FISH UKAI.KR. Order* acc.pi.il on N. Y.
> This tilth and fairly thought to Catholicism, is about to enter Kill I MEH( IIANTX for prlr* of aulMcrlnllon.SJ1.00 WEAK MEM MADE VIGOROUS.I" .
land will soon be worth 50 published at Tltuavllle, Hrevard county, rear, poet Id to I wltedteifea
per pa
' of planting, no subsequent and become monk.M. .
"acre. at the time holy orders to a Florlda. anal Cmmmtlm*
APply to needed. The Velvet Bean will the author of "EnRoute" Witness th* Hon.John I> Broome, Jndire ofaald fJAHt per year, pHiafpald! to Forelajariaweilrlea
C. n. Walton Advocate is Hoysmans,
care conn, a* well a* A A. Stewartclerk thereof ,
. ;ortoRobblna & Graham, Tltus- liteially *'hoe Its own row" all other and "La-baa," will spend tbe ,and tbe seal of said court at the court bouse, Itad lor sample copy.A .
life at tboabbeyof Holesmes, this June l tblsw. smothered out.As rest of bis
vegetation Is soon A. A.STEWART, TUB F1SHIVO OAZETTE.MAIL. .
of bis conversion
the Velvet Bean Is an astonishing wbere the final step I Heal I Clerk Circuit Court.Hy EXPRESS) BUX1, 7an.
was taken.Tbe ( Circuit Court I O.R. Stewart, It. V.JunlTJulIS aod BROADWAY, 0SY.
In
an orange,
1"" do yu need in the way of"elopes climber, if It Is planted children of General John A. KW YORK, What PEFFER'S HERVJGOR Did!

note and letter heads, bill peach, pear or other groves, after it gets sash It mrt* irowftrfiij.r n J vil< ttlCur"* whn aitMhtir
in their possession a
Rawlins have Notice. vmnhtHMli ol "aten ents cards eto ? occasionally frtM Yuuntf tn n t" s .ii *
tags, to running It will be necessary which Is written: "Presented to n ffsMtu* r youthful l .#r. A b** lu< ly *Vm rnacMfl
Jha oe glad to have a share of your the trees this on l Cnr N rrnunN***, &** VHsBlttr*
7e hare a flrst-class 1ob departC0nne''ted to pull the vines from ; General John A. Rawlins, toy chief of Is hereby siren that four week* Kflfrertou Orniitfo drove.Tor ImiMtlcBfir, Htty tfntmmmm t tamt lt wt **
ltilr MCsMfft WmII* Jl*"
feB.t.Waf *
? wltn tn Advocate, is all the work required.In staff and confidential friend. This sash NOTICE tbe first publication of this notice I **> an/4 ttWl *ftt* of mtms nr 9x0**+** anttnrtiicvttUi
.] rains have will apply to the Honorable JuiIk* of the { *. Ward* Off Innanttf i.n e ask is a ihare of your work.ERRY'S the autumn after the has been worn by me the entire time Circuit Court of the Heventli Judicial Circuit of sale, that beautiful piece of property I 1h(dra |)* liatri/fa *A wurtsilftMatiitiM.uii cmioa
and the vines become somewhat from the battle of Shiloh to tbe fall ofVicksbnrg. Florida, for Hrevard county, for a llrenae tomanagje. known as the Kdjrerton Oranee NsvurisMiJ rlt11 It r mrmt+t p '.at. lo t to ih '
JNKUVIUOK. n4
ceased ( FKKf/EH or ** for IIt'tsrt
nil
be plowed under. U. S. Grant. General, United .take charge or. and control. my property (,rr>ve, situate on the west side of Indian ht carrtefd la v *t p M-wt* Vr fftitS pUinwrap.pr. .
dry, the whole can ,and to become freedealer.MM. few miles south of Itockledtce. pmr Ml. or for mX9 witu 1 P >ittl #
have been obtained States Army. SARA It fAYXE- Hirer, a Urlttvw 44 rtm l* * CJ r r Itafantsl tVXrVEU
Very good resolts Nice residence, (rood wharf, river front,
the vines to Fort Fierce, Fla., M JCUIilAl. stliti'li. iklt t Jib
however, by simply allowing Jnn3-jull 60 acre* ot land, 11 seres la bearing or-
Junel, laM. One of the most desirable ttoltl by J. II. Hcre n, only.Royaltansy .
decay on the soil.As Boat Tekew*S>lt a a* Saok* Ihi I if* leaf.To ante grove.
after the places on the East Coast. Ten minutes'walk
to supplying fertilizers; quit tobereo easily and forever, be magnetic
and F. E. C. Hallway
from poatofflce
acid and potash life, and visor, take NoToBae -
phospborlo loll of nerve Notice to Creditor*.
first year only these tbe wonder-worker, that ui k weak men station. Very rich land, and needs pills
\ will be required. As all of strong. All drugcista, Mc or It. Cure(aaran.teed. no fertilizer.
returned to the ground by Hooklet and sample free. Audrees creditor*, legate**, distributee* and all Will bear about 000 boxes of oranges SKfrNMovrur. wrrrnriijJA
elements are th Sterling lie mod J Co., Catenae or New York. person* having claim*or damand* Stealnat this and In three will beat M r,irvltiU>l smhI *rilt rosTMup*
,
SeedsJ of the vines, * 9 tbe**tate ot Bera ircl C. Hralta. dcaad, year years prasfd* asaMMiv*, rMtsuttr r *siwiu|
decay
iftsus the there Isno are repaired to present tbe same) to me within 5,000 boxes. First-class la every respect. in*ruitamtsua.Mow w i k*av r n *,*ilff -*
seed is gathered and removed, Only about.two minutes is required two years,or tble notice will be plead la bar ofsoch Fine sail boat, all kinds of tools, etc.. toeo /e.l*mi lslitrO*i f a na tst* lll iMlcatlsMM.*eeJ Ofka KrM ll-e
dewier the soil.It claims. > with property, which will be sold at a u u r 0t|Mr x*f n*is t* *<1* * *
loss to velvet for tbe blood to course through the All parsons owlne;said estate are notified to sVemi*>t| In pistln wrmv9r* ***tn4| w t%
been suggested that the settle their seoount* with roe.W. low figure. Apply to tbe attorney for lumpl far ptBTtlmtla.rw. p4 I*| mf lMr 4
has heart thence to the lungs, back to the ; Mfni-a or-v>>rrr ricnlkv i a
substitute I. owner,
good AJ-LEX.
will make a vC'A lsM 0 tAT10 Catoa .sUU j
bean ground up heart and then throogh the entire body Jensen, Fla., D. L. GACLDey,
The conclusive
for cotton seed meaL and return to the heart. mayU-Julf* Administrator. Tltusvllle, Fta. Sold by J, D. Screren, only.
the compara-
objection to this to



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INDIAN RIVKR .AD.VqCATJBj JULY.l, 1898



-* INDIAH RIYER ADVOCATE. 4- THE GLORIOUS FOURTH. stands, merchants, or any other vendor gates to the county convention to be SAYE MONEY And Boy From ** **
to the public, in order to aid In a patriotic held at Fort Pierce, Sept. 21.We .

public service, are requested to learn that Miss Annie Paddlson, an
A WSBKLY JOUBS.it DEVOTED TO TUB DBVBIOPMBMT <> That day, as dear to the fire buy adhesive stamps of not less than estimable young lady who counts many ZT IMIIESS IBZBCfCTIE S
works-loving small boy as to the $100 worth commission
OF TUB IXDIAM BJVBB, LA KB on a of 1 percent friends along Indian Itiver, where- she ,
WORTH AMD BIHOAYDS SAY SCCTIOXS.PIXULISHKO heart of every patriot, is near at for re-sale. so long resided, has been seriously ill at
hand, and it will be celebrated with Banker* making return to the collector her home at Point Caswell, N. C, but Feed Garden Seeds Flour
on form 11 will observe that afterthe Grain
hear that she Is rapidly Hay
EVKHY F1MDAY.Chaulks equal zest and ardor by the inhabitants words on the form "sworn according to we are pleased to ,
recovering.
of the "Hogan's Alleys" of law, declare that" the following must be
II. Waltoh, Editor & Proprietor.PlHOontlnuancs the country and the owners of the Inserted: "During the lineal year ending Our people have shown mnch enthusiasm Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.

costliest mansions. The Glorious on the 30th day of June, 181)8, they used in their desire to entertain the
a capital. Including surplus, of troops which go south over the East
of sdvts. must be made personally Fourth or as it was once, and dollars, subject to a special tax under Coast Railway, the main difficulty being Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of InRects; Harmless to

at this office or by writing. should still be called, Independence internal revenue laws." to ascertain which train will stop long beast. Only sell tor cash on the Closest Margins. Wilte for quotations. man

Day is the most enthusiasticallyobserved The regulation for aasessing the special enough to partake of their hospitality.
Check,etc.,ni y be made payable to CHABi.BeH. of taxes on bankers is made in view of Hot coffee, pineapples, sandwiches, and Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE,
FLl
'Walto.*,publisher and proprietor holiday any the fact that stamps representing the even cigars have been freely offered, and
that are celebrated on the face of bankers' tax' will not be ready for distribution weie highly appreciated by the soldiers.We .

A l has been shown at Cocoa and Titusville, E. McHDRRAYSl
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, The under current of patriotism Intention of the Treasury Department .
to furnish these stamps at the but at another town the boys were $$25.00
which the whole
pervades OJ
Florida.U. country soda
Titusville, earliest practicable moment. When the charged 25 cents per pound for
does not often find expression, but stamp Is engraved and printed, lt when it does, no complaint can be be Issued In exchange for the receipt with her to the depot last Friday, to BAKER.The FIRS

.- 8. department of Agriculture made of things being done in ahalfhearted given to each banker upon payment of take a snap-shot at the first trainload of
the assessed tax. troops as they went by, but when the WAGOI.lr
.
Weather Ilureau Jupiter, Fla., manner. The people boys gathered around with the request
Axles, J* Tires, Patent \ heels, double box, shafts and Spring
say, "let us rejoice, and they do to "take me, lady; take me, she Incontinently Seat.
rejoice in a way that shows their beVero. fled. Bicycles, Sundries, etc.
Tho following 1 a comparative statement in their and their Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.P. .
of tempeiature and rainfall for the pride country

week ending Tuesday, June 28, 1KII8.JtATB. appreciation of the event which Reed and W. II. Jay, of Reams, Lotus.Sebastian. .
led to their nation becoming one were lecently here on business.

of the greatest and most powerful John II. Stuff and John D. Teeter, ofWabasso The weather still remains hot and dry.Mrs. NewSelden

1l on earth. And yet it is to be were recent visitors to this with
: Tuesday
X. Chalker
J. spent
doubted if than one-half of .
21 more place.W.
Mrs. Thos. Green.Messrs. .
23 the shouting small boys know what L. Kemper, of the U. 8. L. S. S.Ilonse . Collins and Otwell were in our Cypress Door Company

2(1( they are making such a noise of Kef uge, Bethel creek, was in burg the first or this week.J. .

27 about; they know it is a holiday, town Monday.
28 and which unlimited Miss II. Latham of Grant X. Chalker was t pleasant caller atNormandle
Queenle ,
a day on supplies
Total rainfall for the week: .00 Inches Satuiday last.L. .
from normal rainfall for the of fireworks are forthcoming, was visiting her friend, Ruby Gliloid,
Departure part of last week. D. Hancock was up Saturday, Opened October 1st, 1800, turned the steam on to
week: minus 1.42 Indies. Departure and they enjoy it accordingly, with the boys.C. .
from normal rainfall since Januaiy 1, This excellent opportunity to inculcate'patriotism Walter Bobo is putting In several cracking jokes
the and Best Equipped Door Sash
One of B]
minus 13.03 Inches.J. into the hundred ties, and the railway section H. Williams, of Seabreeze, spent Largest ,
W. Chonk, Observer. rising here will soon be "in apple pie order." Fiiday in Georgiana, with friends.Raburn .
generation should not be let slip ; and General Wood Working Plants in the United States.
II. W. Weir and the Misses Eula Weir, Otwell paid our merchants a
early impressions are very important Susie and Ella Wlgfleld, all of Toledo, visit the latter part of this week.
TITUSVILLE. One hundred and factors in the forming of character were visiting friends here last week. still And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of elel
Is
south of Jacksonvilla. and the parent who neglects The steamer St. Augustine years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the be
Is tho county seat of Brevard. ItIs The Aovocatb Is getting more popular currying heavy loads of pineapples up material nnd workmanship- our bands. Our production will
head of the famous to explain to his children the significance with the merchants, and a possible coti
tho naviKatlon on every day the river.Mr. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, ,
and Is In the of these celebrations its advertising columns
Indian River, orange, pineapple patriotic glance through of Bonaventure paid
and vPK<>rable section of the East is remiss in his duty.If will prove it. It is one of the best advertising Creekmore, visit Saturday ,morn
merchants
Const. It has Ave white churches, Rood mediums on the East Coast. our a
the authors of the Declaration
schools, residences and stores,, tannin ing. CHAS. N. WELSHANS
and Ice fnctoiles, bank, newspaper, two of Independence could to-day Miss Creech, of Banyan, paid our town ,
hotols, several boarding houses, two railroads see the country to which their labors a visit last Monday, coming up on steamer

steamboat line, electric lights, gave birth, they might well be Courtenay.J. .

shelled streets, eto. For hunting and astonished at her vigorous, and Hurrah for the Fourth of July.Soldleis Chalker transacted business In
2f.
Hailing, tills suction Is excellent, and is CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
quite a paiadUe for hunters and yachts healthy growth. In little more Soldiers ! Soldiers t 1 Cocoa Thursday last, going up on ,

men. The hammock land for orange, than a century she has taken "an Rain is badly needed In this section.Rev. steamer Courtenay, ... ..
aug-ar And vegetable growing Is said tobo honored place among the nations, A few "skeets" have made their appearance * HAIR AND LATH. i"i*
Mine of the finest In the State, Lcnnrd Howard will hold sorvices since the light shower that fell
and her intluence is felt and respected here next Sunday.

all over the world. a few days ago.A State Agent L & M. Paints and Oils.
Old has been the
Glory floating on four-masted vessel was sighted
1 President MoKinley large
I'olitic* again Let everybody come to Titusville
Palm House grounds this week.
She
was unable to appoint more next Monday, and make the day The sidewalks are being laid, and the close Sunday in last shore, going when south.she passed Lotus.C. was very. Old 'Phone 8. >uJACKSONVILLE\ 13 Hogan Stmijy

than twelve out of 25,000 army one long to be remembered.
streets, etc., are being worked on. H. Williams returned to his home, FLORIDA.
fill vacancies for 103
men to senond -
Frank Forster, of Oichtd, was In town at Seabieeze, after spending several days
lieutenants recently wanted by Maw Postal Care. Tuesday. He Is putting up an irrigating with friends In Lotus. We hope his visits

the regular nrmy, while politician* The Florida East Coast Hallway company plant.A may be more frequent in future.We .

secured appointments for the bal.ance Is building two new llfty-foot postal negro was found tied to the whistling noticed several carloads of Bokltersen FERTILIZERS.

of 183 ollicers required for cars at Its shops at St. Augustine for post. Just ninth of town, with several route to Miami for the summer. ...

men in civil life.It use between Jacksonville and Miami.It loads of shot In him, a few days ago. Wonder If General Shatter Intends to
Is expected that the ears will be completed take Cuba with 10,000 men, and let the
within three weeks. They are to The fine sloop Ludye Agnes, Captain others remain in Florida on a vacation. ARMOUR'S PINEAPPLE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S .
is all very well to talk about be used specially in the handling of army Stanley Kllchtng, will leave for up-river
VEGETABLE FERTILIZER.
the United States and navy mails.Am points this week with the following
government providing party aboard : Mis. S. Kitching and All communications for this paper Specially prepared out of the purest materials and recommended to grower
pure water for the troops asa C'llm ami Kitching.
the Misses Bessie, May should be addressed "The Advocate
preventative against sickness, Deiniwratlo Primary.At They will take In the -Fourth at TKusvllle, Fla." This will insure immediate because they are the very highest standard of excellence.

but when the soldiers are on the a meeting of the citizens In Tarpon Titusville. attention.

maroh or in action on the enemy's Hall, Fort Plecce, Fla., on Saturday last, The boys in b'ue go by every day In For other crops we haveARMOUR'S

soil, they will drink what water the following delegates were elected to train loads, and are a fine-looking lot ofmen.
ORANOE TREE .
represent Precint No. 0, at the Democratic Our girls have taken them a great FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S
they can find pure or impure convention to be held at that many llowers, etc., which they nppieclate BABY SWEET.
.. FRUIT AND VINE.ARMOUR'S .
and be too glad to it. The
only get place September 21, 181)8.) very much, and give in return bias*
best and safest plan Is-to do without Delegates: AV.J. Tucker, J. S. Dell, buttons, badgos, hard tack and curds. BLOOD, BONE AND POTASH.
water as much as possible. K. It. Kaulerson, A.iM. Sample, AlonzoCook. One of the boys gave'one of our fair the Prevention and Cure of Chol

maids a cracker on which was wiltten : Fur Infantum, Colic, Indigestion,
Compare our analyses with those of other manufactures. We can |gi>
Alternates: W, T. Hayes, A. A. Ford, "The last words papa said were, 'lie and all bowel troubles. It's a food when any
order has been issued by the J. II. Deckey, Fled Church, J. McDonald. brave nnd go to the war.* Another baby is restless; give It a powder instead you other Fertilizers or Fertilizer materials.

Third Assistant Postmaster General wrote on a cracker : "This Is all f feeding it.A Use
our Complete Brands and will the best results. Analyses
to the effect that all A. M. Sampmc, Secretary.W. have to eat; send us a box to Miami." powder In the milk helps keep Itsweet. you get very
reproductions J, Tuckeit, Chairman. God bless the boys in blue. A boon to the teething baby as prices, etc., furnished on application. We shall appreciate a trial order.
imitations of hand
or or
well as the mother.
typewritten mutter, not distinguishable Florl.la Taxes. Price 23cts, in packages of 20 powders. ARMOUR & COMPANY
as such, are subject to Eau Gallie.Todat Any Homoepathio medicines by mall, to ,

postage at first-class rates. Also Hon. Wm. II. Reynolds, comptroller, any addiess. In reasonable quantities.
one that provides that on and after has determined upon a State levy for the The schooner tjueen was at tbe railroad Ask for DR. EDEN'S HOMEOPATHIC Jacksonville, Fla.KToToHaa .
current year as follows : SPECIFICS.
July 1st no mail of the second, For general revenue. . .3 mills dock on Tuesday, Directions: A powder every hour until

third, or fourth classes will be forwarded For pension tax 1-2 mill Mr. and Mrs. Botsford entertained a relieved, then every three hours In

excepting where postage is For Board of Health tax. 1-4 mill card party last Saturday evening.J. half a te.vspoonf ul of water. For Colic .HAMMOND PACKING CO.

For State school tax .1 mill D. Smith ond Jas. Alrth were use hot
II.
paid In advance, This order covers water.SAM'L . ...
Tbe total
tax levy for the past year for Miami on Tuesday's Main EDEX, M. D.,
newspapers and merchandise, was 6r mills, against 4( mills for this possengers 1310 Bush wick Ave., cor Schaeffer St.,
which heretofore have been forwarded year, being a reduction of one-half of amill. C. II. Mattson Is In charge of W. K, Brooklyn, X. V. (Formerly The G. H. Hammond Co.)
and the postage due collected A half-mill extra was levied the Tombes' fish business during the tatter'sabsence.
past year to make up the deficit of over OUR SPECIALTIES :
where was made.
delivery $.V,000 in the accounts of C. B. Collins, Mrs. Will Kitchell left last Saturday KEEP BABY SWEET.LITIIIA .

as State Treasurer. That tax has been for Miami, where she will visit her sister "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacor"Coin
..Jacksonville is demonstrating paid by the people, hence a reduction of Mrs. Uoodwin.Mrs. .
half a mill for the current year. Special" canned meats."Calumet" .
her ability in the judicious handling Carroll Houston, who has been SPRINGS, (JA.

of large numbers of troops, visiting the family of Capt. John Houston hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .
is THE WAR REVENUE. the fortnight, left for her home
but that not surprising, for past SWEETWATER PARK HOTEL.Lltbla .
when the metropolis takes at West Palm Beach on Saturday's train.Capt. leaf lard.
anything Of Inlorost to Thota Who Were In Springs,Near Atlanta,Ga.FlorMa .
in hand its success is always Alex. Ooode Is again Id command Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .
Favor of War. of the Banana river mall steamer, anil New York sleepers |>as our !onr.
assured. With the many facilities Hotel o|>ens Feb. 18. Th most healthful location
The following War llovenue Law goes taking the Kathleen out Wednesday, the lit the South. Never any canes of ennta- compound lard, sausages
which (forded
are a by this into elTwot to-day (Fiiday), so our readers Spartan being laid oil tor some slight infectious .llsea***, or even malaria, and all Packing House Products.
tint the place to >eml the snrtnir months
most progressive of Florida, towns | without
am requested to govern themselves accordingly. repairs. rink. Not as rold as mountain resorts, nor
for tho care and comfort of all who For further Information re- All Democrats are requested to too warm to he safe. Rooms with both grates FIiS3T"
good
war taxes see 2nd ofa ami steam heat, electrlo IlKhU, private baths, FLORIDA BRANCH : Jacksonville
may visit within her hospitable week's your page meet at Hodgson Bros.' store to-morrow anil toilets,but and role I running water, dun ,
,gates, it is no wonder that Strangers t Advocate. (Saturday), at 10 a. m., to elect dele- parlors,anil plaes-lncloseil porches. Stop over Write for
Documentary stamps are for use on all privileges. Hotel cost Mo.us(. All kinds of us quotations, and you will be pleased.
like Jacksonville, and even if documents, and proprietary stamps for medicinal baths anil the strongest Lithla water

not in name, it is in every other use on all medicines, preparations, eto. for Fifty Coats.Guarantetxl troubles known for, fleiul rheumatism for circular., kiilnev Si SO to ami 14 per bla
sense of the word, Florida's capital >When a taxpayer cannot get a single tobacco habit cure,mattes weak SIStoSJA per week: less by the month. H. "T. '
stamp of the right denomination to cover men strong-, blood pure. 600,II. All uru s>su lllake,late of 1'ass Christian and Manitou,Colo.SUWANNEE .
Florida
and such it should be made for Fruit Growers'
the obligation of taxes called for, two or
all time at the next legislature. more may be usod tor that purpose.

Persons desiring to have stamps Imprinted SPRINGS, FLA.Suwannee .

(Friday) Mr. Emerson papers will upon make checks application, drafts, ordeis therefor and to THE SOUTH'S FAMOUS HEALTH

W. Judd, managing editor of the the collector of their district, transmitting Springs Fla. RESOIIT. Open all the year. Commission Company.
Florida Times-Union and Citizen, or presenting with such application . .

of Jacksonville, retires from that payment tor stamps.At Cure Bright'* disease, all kidney, bladder and liver trouble, rheumatism and
position to become editor of the each of the establishments where dyspepsia. Excursion tickets for sale from all points over the Plant System and ,
stamps are authorlxed to lie imprinted F. <'. A P. It'y. For illustrated pamphlets', with testimonials, address Ve are Manufacturers' Agents for .
Troy (N. Y.) Budget, his place on upon drafts, orders and papers, an authorized Doard Ten Dollars per week. ANDREW HANLEY, Fertilizer* and Fertilizer Material. Reference National by Bank permission State of Fl ri*|

the editorial staff being taken byMr. agent of the government will be Gen'l Manager, Suwannee Springs, Fla. We will mix any formula. 4 Trust OA
Thomas Addison, formerly of stationed, who will receive from Collectors Write for prices. Southern Sarlngs

the Columbia (S. C.) Register. Mr. of Internal and delivery llevenue orders of Imprinted tor imprinting

Judd has filled his position on this stamps. 21 JCWCLCD. WATCHES CLOCKS WHY NOT SHIP YOUR FRUITS and VEGETABLES THROW"* **

Jacksonville daily with Every Arm
a capacity person. or company having ,

that has been both creditable and a place of business where money Is advanced ....FLORIDA FRUIT GROWERS' COMMISSION CO....
or loaned on stocks or any collateral
liked and the
universally readers
etc, shall be a bank under this Jewelry Diamonds
of the paper and his numerous act, and it Is declared that this language We Insure

friends are loath to see him depart clearly subjects such person, llrm or Carload Rates Transit
for pastures anew. lie has the company to special taxes. /tlMiiyii Souvenirs, Wedding Rings and Presents.W Carload Despatch; No re-handling in
Stamps must be affixed to checks
best wishes of the Advocate for Refrigeration
dated July 1, when the stamp tax takes when Necessary
continued success, while we have effect. Any attempt at evasion of the a FBE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING *
no doubt that in Mr. Addison law by dating back when actually Issued Market* by telegraph daily, insuring best possible returns to pa*"

Mr. Geo.V.. Wilson, president and on the July full 1 or after, will be punished to SPECIALTY. Write us for any particular*. Stencil* and market report* on request.
penalty of the law.
editor-in-chief, will have an able Postmasters, banks, trust companies, Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way. R. J. RlLEjs, Address CO-
FLA.
lieutenant. <, insurance agencies, drug stores, cigar 225 W. Bay St, Jacxso tillx, Fla. FRUIT GROWERS' COMMISSION
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.and WK0VT? 8 cce8 f l'y' last winter
9 Rr" sad articles*. is
ltl| tM Jxnmo\ house, Sails!
bury. v The Pink paper surely gives .FERTILIZERS.
us some interesting
news. Editor
Mann
. .
says the Advocate is the best weeklv
paper published on the East Const. He
is rather modest with
tegard to his own
paper, for he hat made it a credit to him
self and our beautiful city.Daytona.. BJPE OIJLX PRICKS



TO mft


Our ice is being furnished by the new : 3Piri.eLppleA.11 : G-ro"wers.
; ;
factory near the depot, Instead of the .
old one on Beach street. i iWo

are congratulating Prof. Richards, Aroxi Ti c*! 37ox-tAlSBOX-.
principal of our public school, on the hi Price $25.00. EST" Before buying tho follow ing Matorials bo sure and apply tous
POWDER
new arrival at his home. |
PursHOVM. for prlcos, and we will pro\e to you wo can savo yon money.
Absolutely O. B. Floyd, of Orlando, has been in | GUARANTEED ANALYSIS:

town, looking after the interests of i Moisture a to ins STEAMED BONE, KAW BONE,
Guckenhcimer Sons, Savannah. | Ammonia to sso pi
Kqual to Sulphate of Ammonia... to ass BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE,
About the last of our winter residents I Avuilahls I'hoBiihorlo Acid to
IHO POWDM CO.,HIW VO K. left on Saturday: Major and Mrs. Abbott I Kipml to lions I'lionphaw of Lime.l" It to 13 DISSOLVED HONE, N ITU ATE OF SODA,
EHB ,
.
] Mrs. Roberts and daughter, Miss Ruth, Kipiai to Sulphate of Potash 9 to 10fio SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOIIACCO STEMS,
and Mrs. Buxton. EHH MiiKneMa, LIiiib, Soda, oto to tMIVST"
r TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED .MEAL, HAUDWOOD ASHES,
Write for Pamphlet.
The members of the Christian En 23 Special
Key West.rhe deavor Society of the Congregational COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTAMIES.
church had a delightful time celebrating Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0P

British schooner, Fearless, has the. M.70th Bingham.aniversary of their pastor, Rev.C. prices.

Nassau with several passengers.il .
ne to Fallt who has been spending The plans and specifications for the Please Correspond uh boforo boiny: intlucotl to buy from DeulorH. S >iid for
Ed. ,
new colored school house submitted
in Boston, has returned by
era! weeks G. II. llliven, are said to be highly satisfactory hi Pamphlet.

i, by those who have seen them.
una newsy Advocate is always a wel- The location of the building has not yet LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO
)
,k visitor to its many readers in Key been decided. ,

u The ladies of tho "the Eastern Stat" TcLC aon/vlHo DF'loria.CL.'
rhe United States auxiliary gunboat, celebrated St. John's Day by a lawn ,
iple, recently arrived with despatchesm fete on the grounds of F. F. Peek,
Cuba.ba Looinis avenue. Tho decorations were
very haadsome, and the night still of last week. Mr. Stokes returned on
Urge pile-driver Is at work driving enough to allow a Chinese lantern out Melbourne.OuoOE Saturday, but owing to the Illness of her
r for the new government wharf inmt side. father, D. Cain, Mrs. Stokes will remain The Premier Flour of America.
of the coal shed.la A onoriR. Real Gi>Ut and Txwnn.A here for a while.
and
irent f4 r .VA na, I mdon and Liverpool
Our ladies far have failed in their
account of sickness, Captain liariKton so Globe,and Imitertal Fire Inmiraiioe, Hiwelalartention
praiseworthy efforts to help the troops paid to ttia tnteruet* of non reatdunts. -
of the monitor Terror, has gone .
south. Ou several
as they passed occasions Eden.
.
irth to recuperate.Sirs. w hen told they would stop here,

W. L. Delaney and children have they have been at the depot with lunches, WHEN YOII CIO TO MEMKN'RNC rail at thoHiuMiir Several Edonites have boon going toJ Unexcelled Biscuit
Milliner
Chan ('ani l ll & Co.
Mra. .1. F. |> >
urned homo from their visit to rela- fruit, ice water, lemonade and the like,
)', Notions, !>rv OooiIh, laities' reaitvinailo en Hon lately to see the troops.
\\t at Barnesvillo, Gabout but the cars whizzed by at a rate that and Wf ven tliiderwear, Kerrln* Knnowned -
made one dizzy to contemplate. It was Cornets,eta., emhroiderv anil uoUired silks, Will Robinson, of Ankona, was visiting
\ twelve newspaper correspond- hard enougli ou the ladies to lose their souvenir spM>nH, Htatlonery,eto.HOTPI his brother nt this place last week. For and
schooner few days
chartered a a
u labor, but especially hard on the soldiers
The of this
colored Masons place gave
and left for the British island ofmalca llEI.I.EVrE. MELllOt'UNE. FLA.Irfivelv .
a, to whom cool drink would have been agodsend.
a sheltered a grand entettainment Friday evening.
River. In
where they will be as safe from view of Itnlian a
Hitiiatioii Superior accommodations. M rm as if they were In the United crate rates. Several of onr young ladies have been
iles.Jlanngor. W. It. CAMPCELf., Proprietor. favored with notes thrown oil by the Bread Pastry.

G. Butler Smith is making 3. D. CKABH keepn a nrac-rhMH Saloon. Wines, soldier boys. ,
,
been* whiskies tiramly unit ruin. Imported
my friends in our Island City, and the ami iIonittHtie cifzaro, tobacco nnd cigarette*, HOTEL RIVF.nSinE, MELHOtlRNK, FtA.overlimkinir .. While a jolly bathing party was nt tho
tel Clients speak well of him. We also l'rice of liquor* from fi no to $s(Ml per gallon. Inilmn River: homelike aeeoin.inodationa beach last Saturday a turtle nest was
mall and rood iHmnl. Rates |tl.5t)
Prompt attention to telegraph and ( per
te "pink paper of the East Coast" has orders. Terms Cash. Couoa, Fin.J. r week, aomiriilnir toloeatlon found containing KKJ eggs. i

il. Smith.rhe many. kind words to say in favor of D. CKAIIB, Agt.Ankona. . of room.'CHA8.Hitenal T. McHHIDK rarea to ,Itlverpeople. The O. It. V. Club will celebrate the Represented by F. M. BURST, - JACKSONVILLE, FLA.SEEDSField .

Proprietor.LFOV Fourth with races and sports of different
steamer St. Sebastian, of Titus- kinds at their clubhouse on Satin day.

!e, with some mortor carriages and A. rEF.K. M. .. PHYSICIAN AND The water In tho river is low,
raphernalia on board, has arrive here.M SUHfltON, Melbourne, Flu. very
owing to the long-continued drought, and Garden SEEDS.
from Titusville isid
all-water-route Commissioner J. X. Waller visited at while tho savannah Is gradually drying
to be a very pleasant one. The St.Iiastian Fort Drum last week.Hon. .
is in command of Capt. J. II.litli Joe Conkling, of Tillman wits In town up.
a well-known steamboat captain C. T. McCarty and C. II. Hunt last Sunday evening.A The C. K. social was well attended by
Jacksonville. were at the Fort on business last Sat both young and old. All had a very Largest Seed House m tho State.
urday.Forrest. Jolly party of young folks went for enjoyable time, and all the Ice cream and
Ball and trip to the beach last Monday
a
could eat.Ilev. .
Buy lumber and other building marial Hamor was a visitor at Fort evening. cake they Special Varieties of Corn for Florida. Seeds for Fodder crops.
Pierce Friday last combining business Melbourne held
Mr. Butler, of ,
[ direct from the Builders' Supply with pleasure.Capt. Nearly all the little boys and girls in divine sorvice at tho schoolhouse Sunday Cassava Seed, 7. o, per 1M>, best. Send for Price List,
i, St. Augustine, and save the lumberrd town are the proud owners of an American members united
man's commission.Miami.. Stevens biought his new boat up Hag, and many of the older ones too. morning.church.Two L. CAMERON, Seedsman,
The with the
Sewall's Point Saturday.
from ,
hauled Station L. C. Bowyer Is one of 125 East Day St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Nita, Mr. Stacy's boat, is still Agent The schooner Merchant was tied up at

out on the ways. best natured men in the world to answer the Eden dock over Sunday. We understand Also Paper Shell Peacan Trees, 1 to 3 years, Olnstce stock, $13 por 100.
all the questions these days about the
The
last
her
that this is trip.
the two
Frank Chaffee, who for past
has been with Capt. John McLean, trains.Mrs.. boat has been on the liver about six < > li..
V new cottage is to be built on Avenue on years the tradeboat Xorna, will soon resign Chaa. Campbell has sent large years, and we will all miss setdng her.

his position, and is expected home.A quantities of magazines and novelettsup
Our Btreets are now thronged witlirangeis to the trains this week to bo handed CHESEBRO BROTHERS *
and soldiers. storo-boat, carrying a complete line to the soldiers as they pass through Mel Fort Pierce.StU .
of dry goods and millinery, owned byMr bourne.
John B. Reilly has made a sale of sevil *. Chase, one of Indian River's business | no rain In this part of the country.Mrs. .
building lots of late.J.T. women, was at Ankona last week. Hurrah for the Fourth of July I Melbourne WHOLESALE
Is to have her city Hag Pratt, of Ankona, was a pleasant
goinpr
Woffordof Hallandale, has pureed The long drought was broken last that day. All caller to town on Tuesday.
the McLean store.L. week by several heavy showers, and it is raised in the publio square raise it and have visit to (Jommisson JTisii Jealehs
that the has suffered are invited out to help Miss Miller, of Eden, Is on a ,
C. Oliver A Co.'s new block is being no hoped ill effects from orange the crop long continued a jolly time.Geo. friends here for a few days.Bev. .

pldly I pushed'forward. These stores dryness. M. Phillips, one of Melbourne's Mr, Courtland held services In the
oon be ready for occupancy. most popular young men, Is now In Methodist church, to large congregations No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New Yoik.

Our city has certainly been lively this O, First Infantry, Florida Vol.at Sunday.A .
company SPECIALTIES! Spanish Mackerel, Sheephead, Pompann, liluefUb, Ued-
k owing to the arrival of so many Georgiana.Dr. Tampa, and expects to leave there number of citizens meet the
''diers, who make business quite brisk. soon for Cuba, and B. A. Downey, who soldiers great regularly every day as they pass Snappers, Klngflsh, Trout, Qrcen Turtle, Bedhead and Canvas-buck Ducks,

The steamer St. Sebastian, from TitusUe sick last week. spent last year with us, is now at Chlckamauga through on the trains. Stencils promptly supplied. Befvrences furnished If desired.
quite Sixteenth Regiment
Chambers was In company F,
passed here last
through Friday returned last week from
Vol. This Frank Tyler
uled with mortor carriages, etc., fore Fritz Ulrich went down to his former Infantry, Pennsylvania deal
fortifications last Thursday.Harding company la also one of the next ordered a trip up country, looking a good
at Key west. home in the Narrows
the
better for change.
to Cifba.
Hotels Royal Palm, owned by Mr. II.Flagler C. Williams, of Daytona, was The past week has been one of excitement The 'Democrats held a meeting hereon FOR SALE Home-Crown

; Hotel Biscay ne, owned by J. shaking hands with his many friends in Melbourne on account of the last Saturday, to eioct otUcors for the

agler McDonald, one of the builders Hotel of Mini the here last Friday.Vesey train-loads of troops from Texas, Louisiana convention, to be held here' on Sept. 4tli.Mr. # PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS *
palatial hotels: and Alabam. that have been passing Tucker was elected chairman, and
owned Mrs. Julia D.'Tuttle brought Mrs. Chambers, *
by are nail :
ollicers appointed
were
their to Miami the following
here on way ,
I WIttfeld through Of the following Varieties }
Miss ,
open. Miss Heckmaster, Mary where they will find one of the most delightful J. S. Bell, A. Cook, K. B. Uaulerson, and

Mrs.Oceanus McManara last Tuesday.We and children. over from spots on earth turn for out a in camp.full forcoto The A. M. Sample, secretary.Courtenay.. Abbaka, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, Ripley Queen, Smooth
Melbourne people
St. Augustine. have had a few light showers, but greet the boys In blue os they pass Cayenne, Pernambaco and Red Spanish.

not enough to do the trees and plants through our town, and whenever the Apply to O. C. MATTHAMS. Florida Pineapple Co.,

1. J. Kitchle will be our next postuter. much good, but enough to bring in our people can find out that the trains will West Palm tleacii, FU.tfiT" .
"country cousins" from the marshes stop if only for a minute our people rmve Some few mosquitoes have an I veil intown.
and lowlands and make things lively been on hand tugive the soldiers some .
W e are still hoping to see some troops and sunset.Mr token of rememberance. Postmaster
urtered here. about sunrise Roode spent all his change last Thursday F. T. Whltlock paid tho county seat n If you need any Job pilntlnK, we ..I BUY OR SELL...
Wagner shipped two crates of fine to buv pineapples t give the boys- visit last Friday.Mr. shall Ik) pU'iisvil to gut a sliaie of It,

W. Estes, one of our largest storeeP pineapples from Mrs. Smith's place last he has not forgotten the days when he Adams says his girl has surely gone Confederate Money Bonds k
r has Mi-
retuined from a trip to apples filling one crate soldier boy. Last Monday, Messrs.iibhs ,
week, fourteen was a back on him.L. J'ST"* If you receive a sample copy ofilia
to the other. The field Horton, Hod ley, McBride and
and eighteen ( Aiiviicatk, It Is nn Intimation that POSTAGE STAMPS.
General Supt. C. B. Knott has been has been under cover two or three years, others had about two thousand pineapples P. Allen spent Saturday and Sunday it would Rive us pleasure to add your
'?"? engaged looking after1 Mr. Flagr" Droving without doubt that a shed over for the boys. The little Misses with friends In C> coa. name to our fast-Increasing Hat of sub Largest stock In the world. Address

nne hotel at Miami this week.A the plants does piotect them from cold (Jibbs, Boyer, Stewart, and several of Miss S. J. Porcher and nephew L. P. scribers. It does not cost you three CIIAS. V. UAItKEIt, Atlanta, Oa.

new as well as from dry weather. our little men have saved their pennies Allen are visiting in CocoaMrs. cents per week (postage Included) when
postofflce of dividing the soldiers
elfy into carrier system districts, will go The many friends of Mr. and and and the bought ladles pines have to given give) to them (lowers, L. A. McKensie, of Canaveral, Isspeudlng taken In by the year of, the ami United It van be States sent or to and
part COTTON
von
' any
effect about the 1st of them a genuine, Jf In our burg.T. .
August. Mrs. A. B. Cnrtergave and some good things to t. we a few days Canada without extra expense.Guuruiitee .

*"" R. Rem linger, one of the most old-fashioned surprise party, Friday of, only knew when a train would stop hernwe S. Sanders and sisters were In town

by '"> town, has gone to Miami June 24th., the fifteenth anniversary could give them a wagon-load of a while last Sunday calling on friends.D. .
take a position clerk at the their marriage. Two large table- were cut flowers to let them know that there 112 per cent Intercut.Kleveti LINEN NETTING.
nJ l Palm. as room et under the live oaks where the delightful were enough f r nil hre.. We welcome J. Laltoclie and T. M. Laltoche ...
fresh breeze from the ocean all these Ihi.vs In bluu to our state, and drove down to Indlanula la t Sunday to acres land, fronts on Indian
Traffic Manager J. P. Beckwith and made it so cool and pleasant. Xofl.es. hope befoie lonir to cheer them as they Inspect Mr. Oram's dairy farm.J. and Uanana Itlver; small cottage, 2 arteslan -

JTJ' Passenger Agent J. D. Rahner mosquitoes. The tables were load paHS back to tlwlr homes nfrr saving O. Hams ami diss Harper went toCoeva wells, UNI nice orange trees, 1 l.lrtX)
n hard pressed of late owing to good things, consist ng of roast the honor of our nation. Ood bleas our last Sunday to see the soldiers plants, shipped over 200 crates
'
"porting so many thousands of sol- Turkey, baked chicken, chicken pie dear soldier Ih.js and make them ever through on their way to Miami. ast season; gnavas, mangoes, Japan per
" over their road; while our jovial bread rolls and biscuits, three kinds of victorious In th cause of the tight, for pass slmmons and other fruits on place. Piles
President, J. R. Parrott, has been pickles tato salads, gravies sauce.ouddlngsV It Is the nobliest of our land that are the Our young peop here are wondering f 1,000. Address II, Advooatr office.Titusville EISHING TACKLE,
..,"'"? around so much in connection jellt I"'""*' coffee and volunteers. if there is going to be an excursion toTitusville Fla.
w the getting of troops to Miami, that femonad and such quantities of different on the fourth, by steamer St. Superior quality Linen GUI Nettlng-
w hardly find time to pay St. Augne kinds of pies snd cakes that the St.Augustine. made from Knox's Scotch tbrsad.

a vide. This trio of hardwoikeisJ boy w<" "* tbat bo WM 0OtAtt. Roseland. Thomas Daffern while out one ...HENRY A. MEISTER... Samples and estimates cheerfully furnished.

" deserve a vacation. W ' tol. "pl"Lwm& day last week feeding the young ostriches Corks, Leads, Lines, etc.J. .

* note from the Advocate that Mr. .r dinner Mr. Carter The recent rains have saved some of fell over some boards that were put riltST-CLJtSS S. JOHNSO.V A CO.,

T"ml8! tliejcenlal room clerk ofJ' the oranges. But unless we have more up to keep the little chicks in their Barber and Hair Dresser Manufacturers,
Alcazar, is at the ttrand Union the remaining ones will drop.Dr. coop and came very near breaking her
rat"K- the rain soon arm. Dr. Holmes was summoned, but 131 South St., BALTIMORE, WD.NoTeBee .
Q.? Springs, X. V.; everm.k None but skilled workmen employed.
M*" > J"". P. Oreaves, f the S many friends. Seven Piatt, of Fort Saturday Pierce on, was professional called found no limbs broken. She is resting Private room for ladles' hair dressing
u at Manhattan Beach hotel, to Roseland last very easy at this writing.
He retimed home by the and Shampooing. Itazurs put In order. for ri r Csats.Oaersatsed .
*r ''5 Bnd Cashier Arthur L. business. 113 East Day St. Ilath Itooms. tebecco habit sure, uskss weak
?. ' n w managing the Hathaway evening train. When In want of any kind of building mq strong, blood purs, too,MAU dive*1st*,
L '-Vthe-Sea, S. J., where be isnJ5"00rlshing Part of the lumber for the railroad material, In ear loads or otherwise, the JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

! business; while Boom bridge has arrived. We are Informed Builders' Supply Co., at St. Augustine,
llui SanR t r, one of the most that the bridge will be rebuilt sometime will be pleased to make you a delivered
fc. 5nd ffa<>l chief clerks Hotel daring the summer.Mr. price at your station." You have noagent's

hM.i( *a ver had > th Orientkb. the merry makers "entf5T? ide7\ui and Mrs, E. W. Stokes, of Woodley or'middleman's commission to Tbe ADYOGATE does neat, clean Job Printing.
9oney I *nd; and George W. Koseland the latter part
e *hierof the same palaUal hotel, MESS* r came up to

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"The successful growers o! A QUEER LAWSUIT.Xalarlon The Tropical' Trunk Line.

Itesnarkabl* ,rrovlalowv. the Will 1

rMMMlCaehatry Taylor's Brother.A .

Oranges dispatch from Louisville says: Jacksonville* Tampa & Key West RailvvaJ

"Among tbe papers filed In joint session

was a demurrer of tbe usual kind, In JOSEPH H. r>Ul\KEE. Receiver.ZTsoUTrf .

Iiavq found out that only by which tbe defendants denied tbat tbeplaintiff'

petition contained facts sufficient ; la Effect May SS, IrS.tv..JACKBONVILLK. NOKTHNo.
the liberal use of fertilizers con* to constitute or support a cause ofaction. No. 209.| No. 21LocaT >o. 37 >o.23 NO.32. 78.236pm.
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10*0p 912a J- 730am 640pai619pm
Innocent in is tbe Park 6 82am
appearance Mixed mopViMp 936 aIO Orange
and of actual Peoria ....
dining 10% over .,
demurrer, but behind it is one of the Tu.and Th.Bat "02* ,,, ..Magnolia...... ...*. 6 13am B6I pm
largest lawsaiti in the state of Ken I140pU40S lu ,1141II Green Cv Springs 66 am 5 48pmBOOpm
45s Qua ......... ..Paiataa....... .... 0 00 a to
2
tucky."Something. .... SutsumaPomona.
Potash ...
like 60 year* ago Hancock 4 48 aID 11 90a ....Crescent City Junction... 354am833am 3 Wpm
Taylor, a resident of this oonnty I 82 a 12 0l p ........... Seville 3 3upmS

and one of the wealthiest and most influential 638 a 223a248a 12 3lpi DeLeon Glenwood Springs..... ..... 246am 58 pm

tan they raise large crops of of the earlier settlers, died.He 'i'lip 'oip ...........Beresford..., .... .. 2 23am
1 l 2 10 pm
p
was brother of Zaohary Lee Taylor 8 07 a 12 *>|> ; } DeLand {Jj.Orange ' 2 55 pm
' well flavored, richly colored 438 256 a 1 lip City Juno ail a m 2 24 pm148pm
one of tbe two president* of the p300s tS48p4RAp .....hnterprlneAr 11!J

United States born in Kentucky, and ...:.TITUSV1LLK Lv .110 JO a ui
fruit.We 3 4tfp ......Mt. Dora..... .........
when be' died a large estate, so considered 4 OUpI .......TavareaAr. '
have tome special circular! and 330 a 4 p ........ Sanford... Lv lio ain 1 50 p m
pamphlets at the time left for distribution
was
433 a 3 OUp ... Orlando....... .... 12 01 p m 12 10 pm
on this subject. They are tree. Send among bia heirs. Among tbe tracts 5 10 a 4 p ,...f.Lakeland..... 915pm13pm 10 25 p in
northern. 8 3a 8 20p ,. BartowAr..Pnnta 5 38 am
of land left by tbe testator was one of MO 10 at 11 lOp Gorda Lv 326pm737pm 11010 pm
GERMAN KALI WORKS
000 acres in tbe western and southwestern IMp 6 06p Tampa 9 00 am
9} Nassau St., N.w York. 7M a .Tampa Bay Hotel * '
part of tbe city of Louisville. 830 aTu.Thur.fc 6 4lip Ar...... Port Tampa LvLa 7 00 p m 835amlMon.

This property waa left to three sons, SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES I SatSun.Wed&Fri.j 8 9 OOp OCp Port Key Tampa West Lv ArAr 2 30pmBOOpm Sun..Wed Thur&A Frl Sat

separate and apart from the balance oftbe ArHavana... ......Lv
THE FLORIDA PINE."Sir. estate, with tbe provision tn the Finest Cuisine and Seme*. No Trumfw between Jacksonville and Mew York.Tbe .

testator's will tbat should any of tbe rieet is composed of the following Handsome Mew Steel Steamers"Comanche" > Daily, t Daily except Sunday. jMon.Wed.and Frl. JTues.,Thurs. andSat.

S. rowers, of Jacksonville, writ- three sons die before reaching tbe age "Iroquois "Cherokee "Seminole." Train leaving Jacksonville 9:12 a. m. arrives Gainesville 1M) p.m., Ocala 2.DO p, ui Leesbi
"Algonquin 55 daily.
Hrooksvtlle
3.45 n.m p.m.
lag to tlie Fibltliiuta Journal {>f New of 31 years or without leaving children Trains*1 anil 32 Carry Through Ilillman Buffet Sleeping Car* between Cincinnati and Tami
"Turk s. yi that tbe property thereof should North-Bound. and local sleeper lietween Jacksonville and Tampa, open for accommodation of paaseneeri
Union Station, Jacksonville,at 9 m.
to the surviving sons or son. Of tbe Steamers ar* appointed to will according to the tide p.
There is perhaps nothing In which the go From JACKSONVILLE. FLA., (callingat Charleston), Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Train 23,leaving Jacksonville dally at 9 13 a m.,arrives at Hawthorne at 12 u, GaltiMTiilOO
oompcnsatlon* of rutin e aie better lllusrrated three sons Zachary Lee Taylor, named From CHARLESTON. 8. C, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Ocala I.Mp, Leesbnrg 3 JM), Itrof.ksvllle 5:45 p. m. Train leaving Jacksonville at 9 12 a.
after tbe president, waa tbe only one For hour of sailing-see"Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papers. arrive* at Oakland 8 0T p. m., Laccvbee 640 p. m.,Tarpon Springs 8 SJO p.m., Clearwater 90.1
In Flutida, than In her production* m.. St. Petersburg to HO p. m., daily exoept Sunday.W. .
who died without having children, never .South-Bound. B. COFFIN, G. D. ACKERLY,

si ad climate as a balance against her having married, although death came Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 2 East River, New Yorki, at S p. m., as follows General Superintendent. General Passenger Agt

none too generous noil. The one serpent along after be bad ranched tbe age of 31 For CHARLESTON,B.C., Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.Mondays. ..
iu the Eden of our otherwise fruitless years."Some. for J ACKrMJN>ILLK,FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde

climate U the occasional winter gale years sgo Mary Meder sold to New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)

.coming down from Dakota. But theiela Frederick Kneisel a tract of land included (Calling at Charleston, S. C, both ways) Florida East Coast Ry.

ao forbidden fruit the apple W not in tbe one-third interest of which &TKAMERS"
are appointed to sail as follows:
/ui bidden, but l not prolUablo and all Zachary Lee Taylor bad control. A note From font of Hogan Street,JackaonvilTHURSDAYS. From Lewis' Wharf, Boston, TIME TABLE NO. 15, IN EFFECT MAY 16, 1808.
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tbe at tbe time of FRIDAYS.Clyde's
was given plaintiff .
and .. '
of them tlio gardener may pluck i
of and evil. sale bearing the following indorsement, SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND iBsaiPp)
moqulie the knowledge good 'This note is not due or payable and

Vote there I* nothing more nourishing torke does not bear interest until E. IT. Taylor St. Johns Kiver Line.DK STATIONS.Ar. .

highest uaes ot the brain than the and tbe beirs of Joseph W. Taylor'
( BAHV HIKE) TSoplTEE4lupil0iloa ,.Jacksonville .... ArL a
> tfp Mils

film, aurouiatlo Juices of our aeml tropical have released their interest on tbe lot Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford.Enterprise, FU.and Intermediate landings on tbe St.John's River. St. Augasttae.... 6 Up tit
fruits. And If there la anything for part of the consideration of land for The elegant Sldewheel Steamer 4l6p 1088a4mpll Lv.Ar.. ......SI Angustine... a,**> ArLv t8Up l Ja
Hastings
luapI 4 Up ate
wlileh the climate canuot contribute toKlie which this note is given. "UAltKY O. DAY." .> "Palatka... TTi5siof
la "A suit baa now been brought toqniet SHAW.Is 10 4Sa! Lv . .Palatka ArT.v TIHut
there generally W. A.
dealing of man, CAFT.
tbe title, and this will lead to a 1XBsaoo r At. .....kan Mateo..
M iue fruit or plant which will make appointed to sail as follows: 7 20sLv.THOal .San Mateo.. ArTLv 13 Up
contention for 800 acres of property tio6wp CT. TEast Palatka.... T
Tuesdays and Saturdays at 800 p ni 5p 8ii714a
the .
jgeud deflency.M Leaves Jacksonville, ....
wbiob now include bnsinesabouses .Ormond.. 3
many Mondays aud Thursdays at 0.00 a ni lOOp > 0.1p
t conspicuous among these la the and residences in the western Leaves Stanford esip I Up122p Daytona 3 5-) Tills
Port Orance..., 2 41,.
TuvpfiUp **> I 6Vt3JI!
fd leap plea and especially the fancy pine aud southwestern parts of the city. The SOUTH OUM>. SCHEDULE. NORTH Read BOUND. li.u8C New Smyrna.., 3l0v144p <

imp
Arrive 2 00 a. m. p
if the Oilando pineries or on the banks Means to defeud the snit for them, and Leave" 5 8 30 4s p.p. in.m. .... Jacksonville.Palatka..... Leave 8 00 p. m. ar.pp SO** City Point.Conoa 12 3..P
it will be beard iu tbe chancery division 2JO p. m. ** 12 Up
>/ th tt i Ivor broad, silvery, magnificent 3 00 a. iu. ....St.Ascor Francis.... I 00 p. in. 7p Rockledvo ... 13 W.i
4.30 a. 111.
tbe demurrer time within
the
on some ... 12.1)0) a. m. 4l8p Kan ftallto 114..Sn&i
*Uch is without origin as to its source a. m. .... Heresford.
4 2 .... Melbourne.....
next mouth. The defendant's attorneys ...Blue .. li.no a. m. pBlip
6 00 a. in. Springs.
exit n* to Its month. In the issue of3May ..... tins. an. S batian 10 5ua
or claim that clear title has not been taken Arrive .T" a. iu. Saniurd ... "
a .... .. ttJO a. in.CenM OOlpilp ..... I t. Lnole.vFort 9 \ a|
21 jour discriminating lioston corsenpotidont to tbe otber 9 its a. m. .Enterprise. Pl.rc.i,... i 9 5"a
property by property 6 4 p ............ Eden, .... vital
says: "We are thorough belleveis holders iu tbo above named tract, and Passenger and Ticket Office, 204W. Bay St., Jacksonville.F. 6 5tp ...........Jensen. ..... ' I tins
Iu their curative q-ialltles for tbey further claim that in nearly every T05p ... Stuart
7 8 p ..Hnbe Sound.... 8 21a''
tUru.it troubles. If anyone at our homes instance where a thorough investigation L. HOWARD'. Superintendent, M. tRovMovosa.Ja., Fla.Pass. Agt. 7 5.p830p West Jupiter ... I 8 07a

V est Bay St. 9 OUp West Linton Palm Beach "" I 7 3ua Sn*
.
Is Immediately opened. Very soon ed by tbe lawyers making tbem."It JACKSONVILLE, FLA.W. 9 44pI0 Fort Lanriardale 14 |
22p ........Lemon (Ity .... t 3 .
no more complaints are heardIt /* is their contention that a clear .G. Eooiw. T.M., .H.WABUI7HTOX, T.P.A., W.H.Kmdxmox, E.P.A. 10 3Op Ar. Miami 5UKTWKKN >a.Lrl

title waa necessarily conditioned upon S BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.T .
may seem like satire on the pineApple the performance of two contingencies NKW S3IYKNA AND OKANIJK CITY JUNCTlOV.S'o .
\ t. 1VC1.YDK CO., General A Bents.S .
ns a fruit to advocate Its virtues asat aiMo li STATIONS' No i>1ArlT&pi
that is, tbat Zacbary Lee Taylor not Bowllna Oreen. New Tuts. I* Ho. Uelawaro Ave., Philadelphia.Jxo.
medicine but it Is thoroughly good 2 p 10 10a LT7SOOp'llSSa .. New bmyrna. TT Slip
so only should bavs lived at the age of 31 ... Lake Helen Lv 12 4<>pi 4Uop
as a uouilshlng food not only nourishing years, but that he should have left issue 8 2llpl2! 02p .Orange City. "" Uiaa\ upljSp'sasp
8 2SpllilOp Ar .. Orange Junction. , ,, ,,, ,, '
ssts.s. tt * t* City |
LINE.
in itself but the cause of nourishment at the time of bis death."Upon MALLOHY STEAMSHIP
All trains b tw n N w Smyrna and Oranga City Juuotion Daily except touaday
tieliigia other foods that it can lend the result of tbe case to be

Stself to the claim of therapoautlcs asjtn beard will depend any future action for KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
the possession of the property. There Florida, New York,
excellent antidote for diphtheria, are some 30 heirs who are interested intbe Philadelphia and Boston. The steamship City f Key We t of th* Florida Kast Ooaat Steamship Company lusmt
Miami for West on Mondays, Wednesdays and aftor of from Jacksonville
l'urtliermoio at Eden la enagod Key Fridays arrival tram
a factory result who have been made defendants From Brunswick, (via Port Royal, S. C) to New York.PA8SENOKK making connections at Key West with steamer* for Havana. Leave Key Wml 1 *
# every season In manufactuilng.from and tbe property iuvolved will SERVICE.To p ra. (standard time) on Tuesdays. Thursday*and baturdavs, arriving Miami next morula!
la time to eoauaeol with north bound train.
the refuso apples a valuable "dlg probably reach $750,000." Baltimore 11 Ir make connections with steamers leave Jacksonville on
eater." Sun. ; Thursday at ft-00 p. m.,via Fernandtna,close connection with These Time Table*show the times at which trains and boat*maybe expected to arrlvt and
Cumberland Route steamers at Feruandlna for Brunswick. depart from the several station* and ports, but their arrival or departure at the timi*
While vte are glad tlmt this elixir can Supper will be served Immediately on leaving Fernandtna.I' stated la not guaranteed, nor doe* th* Company hold Itself responsible tor any delay or anPanaoqnonces /
Tho Bilk U> .WMincern go at once on board M-illory steamer on arrival atBrunswick. arising therefrom.
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to the noilli for the soothing of throats .P. BEC .WITH, Trafllo Maaager. J. 1 HAHNER. A.G. P. A.
proper thing just now for a man to wear St. .
roughened and hoarse with frost, we insist bis silk bat tipped well forward over PROPOSED SAILINGS! Aagnstla*

that It oan be eujoyed to the full tbe brow. A few years ago all the English Lv.New York, Pier 21 E. R.,3:0flp. m., (Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick.

only In the shade or tlio Indian River bat* bad little cotton pads in front, Friday, June 2* CITY OF 8 4V ANTONIO..., ,. ,.,..Friday, July 1
under whose to throw the bat backward. These Friday, July I ....... .... .........COLORADO Friday, 8
pine or cocoanut, protection so as Friday, 8 CI tY OF SAM AWTONIO Friday, 15
It Is brewed by nature from the rdews have gone, aud if the pads are used at Friday, IS COLORADO ,.......Friday, !(2
all they should be in the rear to reverse Friday, 22 CITY OF SAN ANTONIO Friday, 29
And oxone. You in the north do not f
lusciousaess. the old order. And, apropos of men's For general Information,steamers,trains, rates, etc., apply to any railroad spent or to % < |> Southern
aee the pine in its plnnt-rlpnned hats, it is strange, says a writer in tbe A. P. MURPHY,Agent,220 W.Bay St.Jacksonville.H. a, >

H.RAYMOND,General Southern Agent, Brunswick, Ga.C .
Mew York Press tbat few Americans
so II.MALLOKY,General Mpiat,Pier 20, E. River,and JW Broadway,N.Y. olv
The Joannlsberger winos are said not have their silk bats made to order. No Railway;

i.a moisten any but Imperial palates; the well dressed Englishman dreams of

Si nest oranges from Indian and Illllsboro wearing a ready made "topper." And Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad.

Rivers stop at Wamboldl's; and the mouoy with reason. Tbe bat adds or detracts j.1I03T

Is not to from one's appearance more than any
of Wall street permitted buy

the watermelon from the Alachua hammocks article of dress. It frames, dominates New Florida nn l Northern Air Line ami Florida Trunk Line. EXCELLENT SERVICE OFFERED OUT OF FLORIDA.

tbe faceaa a roof does a building. Skillfully Time Table la Effect May 16, 1808.Noa. .

whose crisp, frosty core would designed, it adds character; chosen NORTH EAST WEST.Sawa

3>urst asumler If tho wagon wheel jolted at raudom, it mokes one look like a .

over a root.A etsevawawavaMavavavasaanaBxaanoavaHsss-a*.
"guy. Tbe average Briton of careful

pi no in the rornitmbuco variety, attire finds out what style of crown XHHOTJGH PTJIXMAN' SKAWINO HOOM CARS. DININO CAE3,

fully ripened on the plant, should bearrled snits him aud has a block made for it. THOROUOHFAEE COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAINS."WASHINGTON .

< to the house la the hand. The The brim may follow the current styles,

perfumed nectar trickling from ita but the crowu, except for an occasional
of touch of Ixll, more or less, should reniaiu AND SOUTHWESTERN LIHITED."
gashed sides like the juice a watermelon
for abundance fills the planter'shouse tbe same. Although our styles in Through Vestlbuled DrawtnrRoom Sleeping Car* between Tampa and N* Iwfc
via Jacksonville, Savannah and Columbia .
bats come from England the American without ehaag*

with aroma from kitchen toveranda. makes are ukually preferable, being UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."

Do not perpetrate the barbarism lighter in weight. Then with a block

of cutting it horizontally. The pineapple of one's own one rau follow tbe English Pullman Drawing-Room Bnffat Sleeping Cars botwssa Jaeksoavllle and Ns T* s.Embraclno .

has a grain extending from center models as tbey come out. There is more ; Lynchburs:, Charlottesville.

to circumference and should be sliced reason to bave one's bats made to order Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia.

across this grain. Let it stand on its than one's boots.Tho .
Pullman Drawing-Room 81eeplag Car* to Macon. Atlanta. Chattanooga and
titem end, peel it thinly, but cut out Cincinnati, with close eonueoUoa for Louisville and the Northwest.
Twe tj-ro r Boar Clock.We .
noted a few days ago that tbe Also Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
contains a needle which ought to be extracted.
Then slice It downward turning Italian government bad adopted the 34 Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville, Through th"LAND

hour clock. It is stated that tbe Inter

the apple around all the while, until colonial railroad of Canada has used OP THE SKY."

the core alone la left aa a long, slender this system for ita timetables for a long

plug. Eat It without sugar; any addition time. For Instance, we find it stated
F oetajlod InformaMoa a* t* rate*, chadnle*. sleeping ear reservations. *to.. pp'r"say
to the rernarabuco pine i* an Ini2 that the train tbat leavea Boston at 10o'clock agsatef th* hoovasaa Bait-wav or it* toaanuoii.L. .

>retlnence. reaches St. John at 13:10. How .38 and 34 make connection far Brunswick, arrlvins- Brunswick 4 JO p. in.and 8 40 p. mrespectively.
would it read if our own roads had this For New Orleans,train leaves Jacksonville :25 a. m., with thmagh sleepers; arriving
plan in operation? Say Maine Central >ew Orleans T.40a.. m. Only through sleeper Una. Arrives Jacksonville from Sew Orleans A. SHTPKAH, Florida Pass. Agt. 313 W st Bar Stress, jacksonvUl*. Fl -
Is devoid of bitter taste. 842 p.m.
trains leave Bates street station for 8LEEPINO CAR SERVICE.Nos. 7. K. GULP. tat. a. TURK. S. H. HARDWICK,

Cores Chills and Fever.; acts on the llver Portland at 7:10, 11.OS.. 14:13 and .33 and SS Fast Mall, Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville, and the'.ClncLnnatl T\i5.1lf\ r > .. Ast. Oea. Pas* *'*'at
< and regulates the generally. >g e .rxa Washingtol All**
system 18:43 leave for Bangor at 0:50 and Sleeper via Asbevllle.Nos. D. a
All Druggists.KdoeataYewr. ; .st and carry through sleeper*between Jacksonville ami New York la connection with May i 180S.
14:45; leave lower station at 6:80, S and 13 and T and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa. __ ,
10:30, 10:33, 17:35 and 23:30. Grand No.SS carries sleeper from Jacksonville to Atlanta and Chattanooga. This la brought to
Jacksonville No.33.
by
Bowels With Caaeareta, Trunk trains leave for Portland at ?, All hsmtws will be checked from Union Depot. Ticket*will stUI be sold at the city ticket
Candy Ci thartle, ears constipation forever.lOo 0:35, 14. 16:40 and 17:38; for Oxford office,tat Hoan Street,aa well a* at the V nion depot ticket office.R.W. .
,J3e. If G.G.O.fail.druggtau refund > J. F.MAR
money. CAMPBKLUP IMnr ; HALL.Ticket Agent.202 W Bay Stcor..
county at 8:45, 14:30: and 19 o'clock ; Irogan.Jacksonville. WALTER GOLK% VN.Geal Traveling Armt. Jacksonville. The Aj>TOCAT Is stiU glTtoS; jj
for Montreal at 8:43 and 14:30. Trains G. M. IIOLDFN.T.P.A,St.Angustine, Fla. A. O. MacDOXELL, Gen. Pass. Agent. free, tobacco seed of the toe tg,

Peter the great, among other changes leave for Buckfleld and Romford Fall* Call and get some, with instractio 1ita

nade in the customs and manners of bis at 0:30 and 14:10; for Mechanlo Falls River Ibotae cultivation.
Remember that the Indian
people, also Instituted a reform In the alphabet. at 9JtO, 14:10 and 18 o'clock. What a Advocate does all kinds of Job printing ;y We would esteem the favor U oar earil *poooo Bur

Finding the number of letters world of bother this would save In calculating at short notice. Send them an order .leaders, when writing or calling upon "BACfro SubMriber.yourattenUonUd Jto

greater than he considered necessary, heIxed time I Lewiston (Ma.) Jour and be convinced that It la the place to onr advertisers would to purchase merchandise, the name-and-date "PP" S |
etc-, mention the Advocate. n
/ the alphabet at 30. nal. have job printing done. your paper or wrapper. J

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HOTELS All-thc-ycar-round. HOTELS SUMMER RESORTS.; FASHION'S FANCIES. BOC1KT1ES, KTC.


Belts of plaid leather, with plaid INDIAN I!IV Kit till A HI S.I .

ST. AUOUSTINi:. leather shopping ba.ga to march, are seen >rlll at tbe Armorv, over counts jail, every

in the large stores aud bid fair to gain fuesilay evening In. the It. aihWAlir month, at,So I'apUin.V cluck.C. ..

popularity.
The only hotel on the bay. Summer
Jeweled buttons are seen on handsome P. 9. C. K.
for Excellent
rates
aSaad.
= OCEAN VIEW HOTEL permanent guests.
table. One of the best places on the Atlantic gowns of silk aud velvet Turquoise, Meet* every Sumlnv evening at S.m o'clock,
Coast to spend your sum mo is. rubies, emeralds and topuses are the at the rresbjtvrlan chmi h.lM .

flood fishing, sailing, and surf-bathing. jewels most iu uso.
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. >hl'KM>h>T l>KI>Hl HIHH> TKMI'I VRS.lltiisvllln .
For rates, address F. C. HAYDKX, Mgr.OIOIONI Satin, as having arcnter luster than
Loile No. 17 meets e ery TneaiU*
|
ilk, is ohoscn for the utidertlress of tlieorguudie e\mnnir I .*> In I'reslixterisu nhiiri u. rubllsuieeiliitfs
aud gante drcbaos now beiLg first TueMluy In <>a< h niont h.c. .

*. made for the suuiimr.In a. iaui m-i:, w. sinnii:.
.
Heo't. f. T.CHI'ltCIIKM.
silks taffetik still holds its placo.

It 5 a "3.5i = HOTEL Four yards of plain taflVtii are required .
COQUINA, ORMOXD-BY-THE-SEA, FLORIDA. for a tucked yoke collar, folded btlt and

two long sash cuds to fall from arosetieor
Open for Summer Season of ISOrt. Fine surf-bathing, Ashing, riding, dilving small bow. K.'ISCOI'AI. tlll'lirH.

and wheeling. Sea Food a Specialty. 8 r lees Und ami 4th Sumlavs In rarhtnnnth.at
Mm, M. VANCE, Proprietress. The erstwhile omnipresent white kid II a m. ami T.; 'p. in. Hiimlti> sehwitery

Rates, #2.00 per day; $3 to $10 per week.NKW gloves are now beiug relegated ulmusteutirely \ tit.Siuuliiyni\\ediiesila. > ).*.in,I.lt hveninu ny svrvuv prM>ever erat'Ip. *

i ; i JitS" to evening wenr, while light I rlday at U>a. in.Arehdesron.
tau aud pearl giuy nro nniih woru at 11. K. Uhowm, Itsetor.ntKHHY'iKiti.w .

SMYltNA. smart ufteruuon tuuetious.

From all appearances it will-be tho c in nciiHervleesevory

exception this kpring or summer to mid Hslihiith st II a. m.siitl 7 ..inp.m.Snndiiv .
HOTEL HELMS NEW SMYRXA. FLORIDA, si'liiHil at tt.45 s. tu < hiiM (liirilner,
a gown without a silk or ribbon sat>h. Hupt l'ruiertniietliiir on >\ eilnesilny uwnlnttat
Is kept open dining tlie Summer, under the management Even the tailor mudu gowns, it is pie- I .HI. I he iitiMIr ate eotillnlly linlli'il to attend

15 ft of Mr. S. L. Story. Special attention will lie given to traveling men; dieted, will he woru with a ribbon tie our sen Itev.ii'ii*.rvn.lllMMOMAV, Pastor.MAiTisr .
also special rates by the week or month.to. families. H9 miles to Ocean Beach; stock.
good bicycling; row and sailboats free for use of guests. For rates, etc., address or
novelties in dress fabrics ncu.rresohlngevrrv .
Among the nil
S. L. STORY, Xew Smyrna, Fla.OLlvmt .
are the now ensliinvros, woven iu two m-i-hihI ami fourlli sutiilsvs,

2 5 2 5* colors. They are buuntiful and will ninriilng and turning I riiver Meet nigs every
a = 322JACKSONVILLC ilk faced isa Weitiitwilsv evening at 7 00 u'olm k. MtiulayHehiwl
i HPUINGS, Knst Temi >s<*ee. make lovely gowns. j-> serge e etv htittiluat It 41a. m, A Isn preat hIngtlrst -
handsome material for tailor made, Hnniliiv at I tOrunge. All are iiinllally

seaside aud country gowns. Invited to attend, K X. llKI L, I'ltatori
OLIVER SPRINGS Anderson Co. East Tenn. Among tbe piettiest summer goods

for next season will be hood flowered MRTiioniHTrnritrii.Itegitlnr .

The most delightful Summer resort in the South. On the Southern Railway; muslins on pluiu and brocaded grounds, servlees everv llrst, third and fourth

high up in the far-famed range of the Cumberland Mountains, 1,500 feet above the barege muslins, plumotia. Vr H lnvtnsaud Hliiuiliiat II a. tu, mill 7 Opened e -- level of the Boa. No mosquitoes. No maUila. Nights always cool. Days never pluiu batistes. Bright colors will every Hiinilsx at li'UHl a. in. l'iworthl |

Hotel January 1894I excessively warm. Nino mineial spiings in tho grounds (all different). Special bo a feature of next summer's dress fabrics. l 'iitiite eai'Ihnmilux h Hmiilitv at iilshtnt! .in p. 7 in.ntto'i I'ra\er Im k.ini'velnirvery The- I

rates over all railroads. Write for rates and foldeis. X. F. TOWEL, Prop.1II1A l tille*' Aid (tripletv meet* every Weilnesilavat

Id the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and went Plaids now appear in ginghams and .1.is) p.. in. Kvoijboil) weliioino st our clitin aservlies.

eblock from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout, claim share of the popularity given A. W. J. IlKsr, faster.CAmoMC .
I superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all tiains. Terms tJ.50 per day and SIMtlNGS, Kant Tennessee. a s f
week. JOHN" S. BOWEX to the ssine designs shown iu wool and
wards. Special rates by the Proprietor.k riurnni.Mervlees
silk goods. Soma pretty patterns are : >
also in orguudiea and lawns and iu at 10 a, in. everv rbinilsv. tit new
.RHEA SPRINGS East Tennessee. seen Cliiiri'h liulldliiK, North lltusvlllo, I'lilldren'*
... .. delicate tints of the same color as well oateehlsui at t p, m
New as in the real tartan. New York Tribune. llsv.J. r. o'llovta. Ttootor.MINKlrAI. .
Travelers' Hotel. This Celebrated Health and Ploasure Resort now open. Water renowned for .

. Dyspepsia, Kidney and Bladder Diseases. Highly lecommended by physicians foi ..
Management. Insomnia and all Nervous affections. No Malaria. No Mosquitoes. Excellent

Table. Two hours by rail from Chattanooga. T. B. GORMAN, Proprietor.AVIIlTi HORSES AND HORSEMEN.'The TOW.N COI'NCIt..

FELIX GARCIA, Propiietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Electrio .
contract for tho Boston spoedNvay iiuiMirt It. H. Mm I Hi, ninrshal;
l> It, I'rttt linrd, tas eollei tor) H. II,Vniilitndtnilhnm -
: MOUNTAINS N. II. along Charles river has buen let for elerk and assessor I Minor M. Junes, Jno.It .
Lights, Electiio Bells, Baths, Complete Service. 193.703.Mr. Walker, I'.. L. Iirx.lv, .1. M, IMnoi,. W. II. nhi
Knot, eoiiiu'llmeii, Iheroitnelt meets seuonil
THE BEST $2.00 TER DAY HOTEL IX FLORIDA.If L. S. (iromi of Providvnco il the and fourth Momhija In eai h month.

Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Traveleis.k New Mount Pleasant House new owner of tbe 0 year-old puoer Big : innnn
or tkaok.
WHITE MOUNTAINS, N. H: Ike, 8U8H.

OPEV FOrt ITS FOURTH SKAHONV.luly *td, imw Tho piws with which It Is reached from The groen performer Bon Ton, byConstantino Meets every si'eiinil Wedneadsy nl llt In mi hmmitli .
New York, Its pure water, pure air nn is buve
suit! to slsiwu nmileiu Win. M, llruwn,
M.H..Iottiw.
Cor. Bay & Bildge Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. resort. Din famous drives of the White Mountain* are all tributary ti> Mount riifYiaaut, 'Hie horses presli'entI .
.
!, <>, Ilust,
sulerteil stook,anil of the treiisit'eri secretary.I'lllHiy
are carefully New htiKlauil most vehicle* were inaile expressly for 3il04.Doo
Elliot : Under new management. Each department the Mount I'lviutant House, all of them poBsnssInK the requisite* or perfart comfort ami safety.
.furnished absolutely new with all modern Improvements. The tennis courts anil hnwllnir alleys are i-nnetrtiuted upon the most approved ineihoils. There Isa Moore of Bath. N. Y Is at tlieJowettvlllo OFK1CKIIM.CIKMII. .
Overlooking the St. Johns River.thln fine gull course,a well-lald-out baseball diamond, an arehury ranire anil cro<|tiet ground.ANDtUSON covered track with n large

: three blocks of the Union depot, Clyde S. S. Co., and new postollice. All l'RICE, managers (of Hotel Ormontl, Kla.) table of horsus. IKAllll.l .

ectrlo-cars pass the door. Free Bus. Trainer Lyle Sterling is working

Hates: European, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 per day. American, from $2.00PPer Wood Hbedd, 2:10)4: ou tho publio highways <*l Hiiia. H.) H.Hnowilnii l>.UIIitia, ,Tltusvllln Mellioiiine.COtJ | .It. N. Andrews,
ALTON a A. I.ITIIM .
I> NI'ltlNflN, a A.SWKKTWATKll iii
ay' In Massachusetts.Mr. .
M. O. FIXLEY,
F. M. Dodge of Plttsfleld, Mass., >TV rOMMimiONCRS.W. .
Jacksonville Fla.1VERETT I'AIIK IIOTKI..
POPULAR SUMMER RESORT. Was recently severely bitten iu the face It, Hhsrpe, ftharies| ehalrtnani Joseph
Mendel, IjillrmitfOl .1. It. Walker, lltimvllle)
Llthla Springs, Near Atlanta, (la. by the pacing stallion Sam Hill, Jr., Inn. Houston, Knn Onlllet.T.N Waller, Ankona.IteKUlar .
sessions sra held first Momlny In tara

Dalton Georgia is now ono of the Florida anil New York sleepers pass our ilonr. Mr. Frank Rockefeller of Cleveland tniinth.
,
HOTEL JACKSOXVILLE, FLA. Hotel opens Fell, IS. The most healthful location
most popular Summer Resorts in the anuounucus that Fauulu Foley will be
In the South, Never any case* of contagious OIWNTV OKKICIAf.".
South climate delightful, scenery superb given a year's experience as a mutlneetrotter.
Infections illsoaaes malaria.
,
beautiful di Ives, good livery. or or even Minor a. Jones, Tltitsvllle, enitntv judire) l>.
Largest, best, and coqjest; choice rooms for summer, $l.r>0, $2, $. $5 weekly.levator Hotel, Dalton is tho home of the resjort- Just tbe phu e to siieml the spring months with, I., (ianlileii, lltusvlllo, proseoiitlnir atturiieviA. m
cold mountain N. Y A. rttewart.THiisville, tlork i liiult eourti .1,
ont risk. Not n* a* resort* nor George J. Kopp of Hamburg,
baths bell service etc. CHARLES A. OAKES. seeker and commercial traveler. Elegantly K. WiMiten, Cih'iiu. tas assesmiri h. W, Hall.Hharties .
,
too warm to lie safe. Rooms with both (trams has fust mare by Pluy Tltitsvllle,
built, electrio bells, elevator, telephone a very young tax eiillentori .lohii Henry.
floor. anil steam heat, elettrio light*, private baths, 11:181 that ho will have trained treiwureri J. II. Hams, toiirtenuv, superliiteailent -
hot and cold baths on every Boy, : $
and toilets, hot and cold running water. Sun pulillu Inatriii-tloni J. O Krles, I Kusvllle,
TITUSA'ILLK.fUTJDX Special rates to families. Many come parlor* and glass Ino'caed porches, atop over this season.Mr county surveyor|J.r. Ilrown,tltitsvllle,*herltf.Malarlon .
each summer from lower Georgia and privilege*. Hotel emit ioo,0K( >. All kinds of Cyril Lauren, tho Montreal
Floiida.Fuithcr. medicinal baths and the strongest Llthla wUr
and horseman, Is said to be negotiating for With Malarlon Tablets
aSSCOTIEaLi information given by known for rheuiuatlmn, kidney bliuhler
&JXT 2BI"VE3IS trouble* Hend for circular. Si M to S4 per day I ISIS the great trotter Cresoeus, liill by and
D. L. DETTOK, Prop., to S'JA per week; less bf the month. II. T.Hlake Guaranteed Cuie for Chills, Fever
Dalton, Ga, late of l'ass Christian and Manltou,Colo. Robert McGregor.Marcola Ague, or money refunded. BOconts. All

by McKwen, owned by Mr. Druggists. .

TITUSVILLE George Campbell Brown, Spring Hill,
Tenn., is, at 7 years of age, the dam ofMazetto In Itusslan Poliirjd all trains must stop
j uipiomsn Imprudence. POINTED PARAGRAPHS. aU7. and Mata. 3133, both at every station until tlio police or gondarmerlo -
ZPsijk Indian River, Baron Magnus, whose cleverness: was rnptnin of the palace gives permission

Priuoe Bismarck selected him tbe sick pacers. for tliclr departure.
snch thut The well man often forgets
Fla. Alta Vista, tbe fashionably bred
for duty as German envoy at Copeuhageo anan'a promises.A .
trotting stallion, by Guy Wilkes, will
Itt'iuitlfill I'Ihco IiullnitIllvor
a tuost difficult post during the Moat mi
realises bow Insiguifl
man never converted into
be gelded, and if possible
reign of the late czar, by reason of Looise the cant be is nntil he attends bis own wed a park horse by his new owner, Mr. for Huhat n (JrcrttHurKiiiii.
influence exercised by Queen
iVAlA- Open All The Year. lost his ding.I John C'uduhy of Chicago. Turf. Field .
against the Berlin governmeut,
Mr I What the man doesn't and Farm.
service well very young
In the diplomutio as
place know he thinks he knows, and it answers The famous Tin key Creok Grove, consisting
as all the laurels of a long and otherwise of 11 nines of oiunga grove ami
OF INTEREST.
the same ITEMS
Only a few minutes' successful diplomatic career, by purpose. < 40 sciu* of land frontlng-on Indian ItlverHinl
walk from Railway stations imprudently attending a dinner at which An old bachelor says that a woman'schange t Tin key O'revk, with steamboat landing
and Steamboat land Sarah Bernhardt was present. He bad of mind is an example of an Iron horseshoes have been found dating and Tlllninn poatolllee and railroad

no idea that he was going to meet her, effect without a cause. Chicago News back to the year 441.Tbe ststlon on the V. .. V. U'y. On the

ings.On the banks of the otherwise; he might have staid away. mines of the world produce ever place, lying on the west sldo of Indian

far-famed Indian River. While be was engaged in conversation Information Wanted. year 040,000,000 tons of ore and ooal.It Itlver, throe miles south of Melbourne,
beach.Aboilt .
-miles from Atlantic ocean
with his next neighbor at table she gave First Senator There is quite a Is estimated that there is one newspaper two trees
!<*) good bearing orange ,
a toast in which all united, and in lengthy Interview of yours In this morn for every b3.U0O inhabitants oftbe balnnco In young tives, will yield about

WEST PAL.3I IIKACII. which he instinctively joined with iunchgusto. ing'* paper. globe. 10(10 boxes this year. Can be made

It was only alterward. when he Second Senator Is that so? What Upon an average there are 10,000 to yield 2M( 0 boxes a year In two years.Servant's .

out down, that he learned too late that did I say? Chicago News.Tbe pineapples imported into Loudon every house and good packing bouse

he had been drinking tbe health of ek the and rooms above. Good Halting, quail,
throughout year.Tbedlauioud
Seminole Hotel France and to the latter'a recovery ofAlsaceLorraine. Troabled Pisa w deer and duek hunting up Turkey Creek\
New York Tribune.Th is not among tbe earliest line harbor for hosts; lovely river front,
gems known to man. It bus not been with beautiful forest trees. Hammock

the reins of Nineveh, iu the sale Apply toV.
OPEN ALL THE YEAR. Swaa and the Pike. ..iillBeanty found iu lands for cheap.
iHJUJlJJXimu-Jiiil Utroscan scpuloliers, nor iu the tombs L. OAULDEff,
FLORIDA.
WEST PALM BEACH, The following accident was described
for owners
of tbe Phoenician*. Atty, ,
to me by a friend who heard It from tbe Tltusvllle, Fla.Malarlon .
This hotel is substantially built of brick, and has id friend's Only 30 have passed since Stanley
Boats t lips of tbe man who saw it: My years
railway depot Free 'buss to and from trains. ? c,2fI orle7ai and solved the mystery of the Kongofiver.
laboring man, passed on
from a baas rhyslolana.
of guests. Rates, informant, I* n Ashing tackle on board for the use Today 4S steamers ply ou its waters.
L* ar ; special rates by GE0RGE ZArFf Propretor.BOMESEEKERS | on whiob were swans. One morning b Half of them belong to the Kongo Ague. All druggist* or from MoRlt-
tbe others to foreign com panics.Tbe .
saw a swan with its bead ander water State, West Drug Co., St. Louis.
no onnsnal thing, so he thought nothing porcelain pagoda iu China had

of it. The next.morning it was inexactly niuo stories of the combined height of36S

tbe same place and position. feet, and tbe pinnacle was 14b feet

Still, that win not remarkable, and hepussed above the highest story. It derived its Liver

ou On the Ibird morning, seeing name from being covered with plates ofporcelain. Lazy

tbe swan in precisely the suuie position, It cost 3,489,404 ounces ofsilver.

Who Seeking a Home in the be called the attention of the keeper toit. ______ ____ * hsrs'lMin a. torpid liver,troubled which produce fjreat* eonatlpallon elaalOTltbl
are examine
Tbe keeper proceeded to I found CAHOAKKTl* to be all you claim
and fonnd that tbe swan's beud had Una Way uf Kecnpn."Th fortnatn and aeeured such relief tbe Drsl trial,

South should send to the undersigned been swallowed by a Urge pike. Both, big guns on onr war vessels," that I purchased eurad. I another shall only supply be too and slad wai to mbeletely reoommead

of coarse, were dead. Letter in London aid Gobang, "have m range of 13miles. Caaeareta whenever the opportunity
'" presented." J.AHSrtsuna
Is
Spectator. My, but we most look like HnaatMhaasa Ave., Philadelphia. Fa.CANOY .
"Twilvs miles, is at?" asked O'Kelly. -
for of the perfect frights with our tails this way I
a copy "Thin wby In blvin's name don'tthe
Untb. Well. It's Just Impossible to
A H H Pansy

A hot bath is usually rather decried keep a curl in these damp days. New an other do their fellies foigbtiu run up out in six or miles range nvas ?" I CATHARTIC

Homeseeker. of colds and other evijs. York Journal.
'lorida East Coast as provocative New York Journal.l .
Every one knows of cases of severe illness
to the o ter Qaitn Intelllceas.
occurring from exposure >nh4 TtutS War * tha OOm Bar. 'raaot ataaa assieisaspULATf
ablations and Adoring Grandmother Isn't he
soon after such yet
air The Office Boy tay, I believe the
*
"
Tracking, Tobacco Growing.d nothing is more refreshing, as nothing lovely child? clerk la thinkiu about uiarryin THE
' l ahippin
|
ve land for Fruit Growing. toUnited States. is more harmless, if properly taken. Calm Visitor Yes. he's m nice little
in
Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest should tbo hot baby" Fteaaaat. Palatakle. I' ent. Tsata Oood PoOood.
This means that on* use yon.Tba Typewriter Wby, the Idea! Mevesaieaen. Weakaa.o* Gripe Mo, aM,Wo.CURC .
bath one does that of very cold water Adoring Grandmother (interrnpting) COHaVTIFATIOM. ...
Apply a* "On the dead, I do. I beard aim
as a plunge, followed by And so intelligent I He just Its* there
l merely
toJAS. Landi Co- sutist the boofchnape* now nracb salary
and all day and breathes and breathes and
INCRAHAM
thorough rubbings
E. and "
quick got. Cincinnati Enquirer. Bit* SVtld sad enersnteed kr alldnis
FLORIDA EAST COAST RY, sage. New York Post. breathes. Up to Data, yoa MTfl giM. ta cVstJITobaeoo UtUk


ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.



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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 1. 1898.laiiiii .



PROGRESS OF THE WAR. Rico. names of the donors, their company,
"Neutral vessels tying.in any of the regiment, and other inscriptions more
porta to which the blockade is by the or less appropriate to the occasion; while *"**
Principal Happenings of the Week. (Successor to Lovett& Carrj>lt.)
present proclamation extended will be others were quite artistically adorned

Kingston, Jamaica, June 21. The Initial allowed thirty" days to Issue therefrom with one device and another. One of GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of
tight of Colonel Wood's KoughKidert with cargo. our young ladies was a little skeptical asto All Kin
E.S'tAb'liiH'ED l 6 and the troopers of the First and London, June 2!). A dispatch to the the lasting qualities of the hardtackas
Tenth regular cavalry will be known In Dally Telegraph from Manila says: "The a souvenir, but one of Jthe boys in blue Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited.

history as the battle of La Quasi na. report that Germany will not permit a set her mind at rest on that score by TITUSVILLE, -
That It did not end In the complete bombardment Is exciting deep irritation assuring her that there was no danger of FLOItiDA.
slaughter of the Americans was not due in the American fleet. Admiral Dewey the biscuit deteriorating In a score of

T. S. WOOD.... to any miscalculation In the plan of the Intends to demand a capitulation the Instant years If kept In a proper receptacle away
SpaniardH, for as pel feet an ambuscade that reinforcements arrive, fie from ants, etc. Some of the brass buttons
as was ever formed In the brain of an told Prince Henry, of Prussia, that be will be made Into cuff links, and lathe
DRY GOODS CLOTHING would be glad to see the German officers case of single buttons a unique hatpin
Apache Indian was prepared, and Lieu Groceries Grain/Hay Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple & Fancy J
,
tenant-Colonel Roosevelt and his men at Manila; but It would be well to> caution will be the outcome in many instances Groceries,

NOTIONS EJ.0"1' Flns, *" walked squarely Into It. For an hour Uiem to keep out of the American to be worn as a lasting remembrance And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal
and a half they held their ground under line of tire. It remains to be seen whether of the passing of the troops Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclu.'bT
401 ami 40(1( Went Bay Micer.JACKSONVILLE. a perfect storm of bullets from the front Germany has really' given such promises through Titusville and of our war with the above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit your patron

FLA. and sides, and then Colonel Wood at the as are pretended. Spain. Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO.
right and Lieutenant-Colonel Roosevelt London, June 20.The Cairo correspondent The ground on which the troops are Titusville rLosley
At the left led a charge that turned the of the Daily Mail says: "LordCromer camped at Miami Is high and wed

JOSEPH ZAPF.... tide of battle, and sent the enemy flying a member of the British government drained, and being located from the bay
01 er the hills tow aid Santiago. It is has stopped a French firm to the river front there Is a delightful
WMOLK4AI.K llEALKItMcuserBuscli now definitely known that sixteen men from coaling Admiral Camara's squadron breeze both day and night. The soldiers & Motlora.c

on the American side were killed, while pending Instructions from London." are well pleased with their quarters,
Ass'nFamous which hsve well arranged by Mr.II. .
Brewing sixty were wounded or are reported tobe been (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
missing.Toitbaid. M. Flagler at a large expense. Naturally
St, Louis Lager Beer.Seld June2(1. Admiral Camara'ssquadron A Oeor Wedding. the camp has assumed Immense
Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies Rums Gins
and
and with so visitors Whiski
proportions, many
by Losley A Motlow, Tltnsvllle.WHOLKHALK Is In the harbor awaiting
orders. It consists of the battleship The Georgia papers are noticing the Miami will be as "lively as a cricket"for Bottled Beers, Ales and Stoat. -
I.MJL'OK DKAI.EII, Pelayo, Admiral Camara's flagship, the marriage of Mr. Minor Cochran to Miss some time to come.

West Bay St., Jacksonville, anil Ironclad Emperador Carlos Qulntos, two Maldee Collins, at Camilla, Georgia, last A First-class Line of Cigars. Billiard and Pool Tabli

Sanford, Fla, armored cruisers, three torpedo boats week. Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention
and five transports, carrying4,000 troops. The groom Is the nephew and namesake given toorders. mBrtneat
Cash must yourorder. LOSLEY A MOTLOW
London, June 27. The Madrid correspondent of our townsman, Judge Minor S. ROBBINS & GRAHAMi.Lowyors..i accompany Titusville,
HENRY R.THOMASXJ of the Daily Telegraph says : Jones, and Is spoken of as one of the
"isenor Sagasta yesterday said : "The most worthy young men of Southwest

....LA YILLA PHARMACY, rumors about peace negotiations and the Georgia. ,Ills bride is said, also, to be c3 CJO
conditions for ending hostilities-are utterly beautiful and lovable; and as their families hand Full
Will a _
]::: keep constantly on Supply of :::[
Keep* All Kinds of groundless. The time has not are both wealthy and estimable, the
ai rived for speaking of young people start on life's journey WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND

Pure Drags, Fancy and Toilet Articles.Tricon Kingston, Sunday. 211 peace., 3:30: p. m. under favorable auspices. UNITED STATES COURTS. CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
Troops of the United States and Spain The Advocate wishes them a happy
to suit.WI .
are aimostface to face and less than four and prosperous journey. DRESSED AND ROUGH.

Adam*St., cor. Madison, miles apart.Tonight. ef Title Furnished Also Mouldings and Turned Work, Bilck, Lime, Cement, Crates of all descrlpti,
ABSTRACTS
the lines
picket at certain
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 0itvLJST7llo .
; Gloria
points sre within hailing distance of the *
*Tonr llowals With Ca.caret*.
enemy. It seems certain that the battle Candy Cntlinrtlc, curs constipation forever.10o for Lands in Brevard and Dade
of Santiago must come within a week. ,8S0. If a C.O.fail,druggists refund money.

Pineapple Slips and Suckers..Attention New l'oik, June 27. A dispatch to Counties.We IKTSTTlK-u lNrOS-
the Tribune from Cairo, Egypt, says :
"The Egyptian government by order TROOPS FOR MIAMI.

of the English government has Instructed have a large List I represent the Old Hartford, Liverpool and London and Globe, Ael

the Its authorities at Tort Said to For several days past the passing Providence & Washington, Fireman's Fund, and Sun Mutual.J2T" .
150 stokers
prevent engaged there of Lands owned by
by Admiral Camara for his fleet from through Titusville of the numerous Lowest rates guaranteed. Write for rates, etc, toC.

embarking on Spanish ships, and has special trains with the troops and their and clients. S. SCnUYLER, Agent,
stock ourselves
courteously Informed Admiral Camara supplies, wagons, tents, ammunition
and other war equipments, has Titusville, Fla.WE .
that so doing would be an Infringement
of the laws of neutrality, which Egypt awakened our people to a high pitch of Price for unimproved
intends to observe. The British patriotism and excitement especially
government the members ot the fair lands $3 to $100
Is surely helping us in all quarters so among sex James Pbitchabd, President; W. M. Brown, Vice-President:
and has brought them to realize
of the globe. They are keeping a curb more C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
on all European nations, much to our forcibly that the war is really a feature per acre.
of the present day. Six regiments, comprising
advantage.
llong Kong, June 27. An American the First and Second Texas, the INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN]
official at Cavlte writes as follows : "If First and Second Louisiana, and the have a few Residence, Orange
great bloodshed and destruction First and Second Alabama, were ordered
come to
from Mobile, Ala., to be located at Miami Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable
Manila. ,iManila Spain may would justly have blame surrendered the Germans. for the time being, the first section passing (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
locations. Prices Reasouable.
befoie {lie arrival of the German squad- through here last Fiiday morning Authorized capital, $100,0(
IMiicapplo GrowvrH. and the last early yesterday morning.
without bloodshed but
ion now, owing Paid up capital, $25,0(
Most of the trains stopped at various
to the moral
of its
support the
Write Lake Worth Fruit Co., box 217. cltv refuses to sui render." presence, places along the East Coast, Titusville Offices : TITUSVILLE Average deposits, $150,0(
West I'nliii Beach, Fla., what you will Washington, Juno 27. Preparations Included, and a generous supply of and MIAMI.
ttlco fur plnenpplos, !'. O. It. It. It.Ni.ite for hunylng reinforcements to General refreshments, Including coffee, lemonade Transacts a General Banki:
nil particular*. Shafter ami for the Porto Rican expedition Ice water, sandwiches, cigars, tobacco

are piogressing aa fast as possible. etcrwas distributed free among ..H. H. DICKEY.. Business
General Shafter'a the soldiers, and was much appreciated, ,
I'incnpplo lMimt* for Sale.It orders are to send back
the ladies
especially working like Trojans

to Tampa us many ot the transports looking after the comfort of ourcountry's Largest and Oldest Bank on the fin
will pay you to call on or address with his expedition as he can spare. It FINE GROCERIES.
brave defenders and
tendeilng . .
K. It. Johns of "Water Oak was stated officially to-day that General
Pinery, If them a glad and substantial welcome.LieutenantColonel Exchange sold on all Foreign Countno
7011 want pineapple plants, nit follow*: miles, commanding the army, would Wm. C, Dufour
Smooth Abbaka command the next expedition to leave ,
Cayenne, Knvll-Cltio DIRECTORS
who In command of the Second !
was
and Jamlca Ri the United States. Just what this la tobe STAPLE ARTICLES
ploys. Kvery plant sohlis Louisiana Regiment, which went south Jas.Pbitchabi>,"W.B.BABxrTTri'rediiof
J guaranteed tirat class. Address and wlieie It Is to go cbuld not beascertained. the National Itankot Jacknom ille),JDurkcb
M. It. Johns, The number of reinforcements Tuesday evening, particularly requested (Vice-President National Hank
the AnvocATB to tender the sincere Jacksonville and W. M. Know*.
to be sent to Shafter will be an )
Stuart, Fla.STuncy Fvuits & Vegetables.
formidable thanks of himself and brother officers to COltRESPONDKNTS.
expedition nearly as aa that
which left Tampa two weeks the ladies of Tltusvifle for the kind manner Seaboard National Hank of New York >
J'lnonpplo Slips A Suck Tallahassee, June 27. The ago.colonelcy In which they treated the men under Special attention given to Mail Orders. National Bank or Jacksonville.

th for Sale.Abbukas of the First Florida Regiment has undergone his charge, and to assure them that the Give us a trial and you will be pleased.TITUSVILLE .
soldiers thankful
for the
were extremely
many changes during the
post
FLORIDA.
Inviting refreshment supplied to them.
twenty-four hours. The Governors of
Egyptian Queen, Golden
The soldiers were mostly and
Queen-, Porto Kioo. Smooth Cayenne and other States leaving their appointment young
Bad Spanish. Apply to of field officers to their own citizens, the hardy-looking, and appeared to be in ESTABLISHED 1878.Wm. .
same rule was adopted by Governor Jilox- good health and excellent spirits, laughing
MADDOCK i\e Matthams East
Coast Meat Market
"]"aln> Beach Tlnery," ham, who, however, declined to appoint and chatting with the large concourse A. BOURS & CO.
anyone not a citizen of KloiIda. of people at the depot, although ...
Went Palm Beach, Fla.Katicy .
doubtless somewhat
they were fatigued
Many officers Insisted upon the appointment by the hot, dusty journey to their temporary F. DUREN, Agent.P GRAIN
of Major Woodruff, notwithstanding GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZER]
11 lien|>plo Plants. this decision, but the Governor destination. A dip in the balmy ,

!;1I tendered the waters of Indian River at Pace's landing 0 East Bay Street
Hardy, vigorous, giown without shelter position to Captain Smoke P JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
about two miles north of Titusvilleen
smooth-leaved Cayenne, Abbaka of the regulars. In the meantime, the refreshed of handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Ha
and Jamaica HI ploy plants for sale.K. officers of the regiment settled upon Major the route men, considerably though, we understand.some As Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright >
C. I). Tyndali., Lovell. Learning of the action. Cap each train left the depot atthis, place dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-AUen Fertilizer Co.n. .

Wavcland, Fla.IMnenpple tain Smoke patriotically declined the cheer after cheer resounded In the air, E=3 .?tSrB. .rJln1 ''JiliMrs-Ouarsntesd Analysis,Orange tree and Fertlllier,Puw Groin
position, and Major Lovell was commissioned ( Potash, Sulphate rotiwh. Kainit, etc. These fertilizers
Colonel. hats and handkerchiefs were waived, superior in the market,and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue free.egetahle.
Slips ami Suckers Washington, D. C, June 28. The and "God speed you, boys" was the fervent

For Hale, Navy Department to-day posted the fol prayer ot all. >
lowing bulletin: Captain jSlgsbee Many souvenirs were received by the

Of the following varieties, Smooth that on Wednesday afternoon, while reports off ladles from the soldiers during their

Cayenne, Knvll Cities, Abbaka* and San Juan, Porto Rico, he was attacked brief stay here, comprising for the most What the Spaniards Hit!
and
brass uniform buttons "hardtack"
Ked Spanish, grown from young plants by a Spanish unprotected cruiser, and part .
and without cover. For pi Ices, call onr the Spanish torpedo-boat destroyer Terror. biscuits, upon the latter being the Titusville, Florida.JAS. "The Spaniards didn't hit a thing b.
address C. A. Koiiinhov, The Terror made a dash, which water, nd that wasn't a great difficulty,
Kdcn, Indian River, Fla. was awaited by the St. Paul. The St. fighting Bob Evans said. If they had
Paul hit the Terror three times, killing anything so tempting and refreshinga
one officer anil two men, and wounding Baker Whiskey they would have aimed i iit
For Sale. ho vera I others. The Terror dropped PRITCHARD & SON. sure, and "hit" It more than once. 0
back under cover ot the fortifications, .. fine Baker and Virginia Glados are une
Fine, healthy Torto Rico and AbbakaJipa. with difficulty, and was towed Into tho celled as a tonlo and pure stimulant.

harbor In a sinking condition, where she
ECoo.ca.ca.xi.o.x'tox'ss JOHN CLARK SON & CO.,
Lakk Worth Fruit Co. Joy
Is now being repaired. Later, a cruiser
Box 217, West Palm Beach, Fla.GEO. and a gunboat started out, but remained Commission Merchants and dealers

under the protection of the forts. Groceries, Grain, Coal, Wines & LlqaD''

W. DAVISON & CO.. Orders have been Issued for the departure JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
of another largo army expedition
fruit & Produce Commission Merchants. from Tampa, composed of about nine Hardware 23 Consignments of country proivsolicited.
thousand men of the Second Division of .
Florida Products; Oranges, TINE- the Fourth Army Corps, muter command
APPLES; Watermelons, Tomatoes and of Brigadier General Miyder, and six
ther vegetables a specialty. batteries of artillery, three light and

307 00-311-313 Toydras Street, been three proceeding heavy. The quietly preparations for some days have, Agricultural Implements, Crockery, Lamps THE C. B.

NEW ORLEANS, LA. and although the stores have been going ROGERS 00.<

Refer to local snout, of all Express Coo., local aboard at Tampa, a rigid censorship at and Glassware, Fishing Tackle, and Ammunition
rrrliflit SROnt ot the Loitturllle & N sl\Tllle Rjr, that point has prevented any word going
ari Bank,Metropolitan Bunk,N.O. out as to the expedition. Stoves, Tinware and barbed wire.TITUSVILLE Importers and Wholesale Grocers.

Established 1800.T.F.PAIiK&. The extending President the has blockade Issued a of proclamation Cuba to Provisions, Grain Hay Flour Grits Meal Etc.,
,
the southern coast, front Cape Frances FLORIDA. ,

CO. to Cape Crus, inclusive, and also blockading Sole Agents forFAIRBANK Our business confined to the &
San Juan, Torto Rico. The proclamation
is as follows: CANNING CC. LION only. Orders from consumers neit <

"Whereas,for the reasons set forth Intny BRAND CANNED MEATS.
Commission Merchants. proclamation of April 22, 1608, a solicited nor desired.
blockade ot porta on the southern coast BRICK L
of Cuba from Cardenas Quotations made
to Bahia promptly on application
Receivers of Florida. Fruits Honda, Inclusive, and of the port ofCienfuegos
on the south coast of Cuba,
was declared to have been Instituted;ami"Whereas
and Vegetables. It has become desirable to 'w jstted.-
extend the blockade to other southern JACKSONVILLE BRICK CO.
Oranges, Pineapples and Florida ports."Now. Hides Furs Wool Etc
Fruits a Specialty.Beferkncki therefore, I, William McKloley Alligator Skins Tallow Bees-Wax,
President of the United States, do ,
*: Citizens' Exchange hereby declare and proclaim that. In addition 20 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. BT THE

Bank, Richmond, Va,; Irving National to the blockade of the ports specified

Bank,New York. in nr proclamation of April 22, Write us for prices and saye We SQUTHERN HIDE & SKIN CO.
1808, the United States of America has yonr money. make

furnished Stencils on and application.any information desired instituted blockade of and all will ot the maintain porta on an the effective south the hardest, least absorbent and best brick made in Florida. Largest Handlers of Skins in the State

37 Jay Street, coast of Cuba, from Cape France* to REFERENCE: National Bank State .
of Florida.
I Cap* Cruz, Inclusive, and also of the Can million Office
to Rob
XEW YORK CITT, X. T. I port ot San Juan, in the Island of Torto supply up a on short notice. Building. Hide Warehouse 446 to 448, Jackson St.

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.3K9fc .










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