Title: Indian River advocate
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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Uniform Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville,Fla. ; Indian River City
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Publication Date: July 8, 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: VID00191
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, FLNE been LINE received OP MATTINGS has just 2y BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc. a nice assortment Everything you -want in the furniture Get your whisky at Losley Motlow's; AMONG THE HOTELS.Wiikiik .

by Gardner Walker at Screven's Drug Storo, line; some other lines. Glad to show 92.M, f.'l, 93.50, 94 and 95 per gallou.
Titusville.A Mall orders filled same day.
Topics of General Interest. em. Furniture Storo.Mr. to stop. See list of hotels on
,4 ICE CREAM, ICE CKEAM SODA, our 7th page.

Fount and bottled soda, Fresh fruits, Comical Concert will be given In Harry Roberts, of Mima, gave usa would be, but understand they will take
piety < General Oosslp In connection Candies, nuts, cigars, etc., every day.B. the colored school house this (Friday) pleasant oall on Wednesday morning. up their residence here for a while after The Ahvocatk is now on file at ull
ilh Blw yno B y, take Worth, Indian, B. Pylks.Mr. evening, at 8 o'clock. the honeymoon trip. the best hotels In New York city.
.nil Halifax Rivers, Key West The lato copious rains were bailed The brldo Is ons of Tlfusvlllo's most Where ilti Intend going this
summer
w Contractor J. A. McOnlre of St. you
Points along tlie with much joy, our supply of drinking ladles while the Is
Important ; popular groom
other young ? Bead summer resort advts. 7tlP
nd E. L. returned Augustine on
Brady Tuesday's
to Miami was
a on
Florida. Brief mention oflWrMtint passenger water having been again replenished.Mr. undoubtedly deserving of his fair charge.
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rut Co on Wednesday to look after his business southbound train for Miami. Me.
( Kvents from Various Parts interests there.Col. and Mrs. Wm. M. Brown aud The happy couple, who wero the recipients
the World I About People Vou Know The Titusville Shakespearean club, family and Mrs. E. L. Brady left here, of several pretty and useful presents Hotels Royal Palm, Miami and Blscayne

1 People You Don't Know Picked W. G. Winnns, of Eden, was latelyorganized, had its first meeting yesterday afternoon, for Miami, where have tho best wishes of the Anvocatk Miami, are doing an excellent
by Our Society Editor and a large staff among the pleasant callers at this office last night, at the residence of Mrs. A. W.Sweet. they expert to stay a week or so.A for a long and prosperous life.Lotus. biiHlnesa since the arrival of the troops.Messrs .

Correnpondents scattered along the on Wednesday.Mrs. Anderson it Price, the popular

:t Count of Florida. R. C. Scrimgeour left here on Governor Bloxham litis made the following Vote of Thanks. managers of Hotel Ormonil, Inform

Wednesday for Ansonla, Conn., to spend civil appointment: Robert M. us that tho New Mount Pleasnnt house.

TIIE ADVOCATE, the summer months with relatives.Vicepresident Brown, of Miami, to" be justice of tho The following note was received on Hancock with White Mountains, oponetl ou Saturday,
D. Sunday
L.
In advance.H.OO peace for District 4, Dade county. Saturday lust by IIou. Minor S. Jones: spent with the prospects of a larger business
$1.50 per annum, J. R. Parrott, on friends In Lotus.L. than ever,
six months, board Miss IT. S. Camp Miami, Fla., ,
his private car, passed through Ella Singleton, who has been the
K. Provost Is pushing painting
to foreign countries. Titusville the of for July 1, 1808.To Assignment worn filed at the
$2.00 per an. Tuesday, en route to Miami.Mr. guest Mrs. C. C. Curtiss a Groen'a house.Mrs. papers
Mr. dwelling
month past, is so pleased with Titusville the ladles of Titusville, Fla.: on ofllce of the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
E. P. Porcher was a passenger that she has decided to stay some time Thos. Green has had new plumbing Jacksonville, Friday, announolng the assignment
on Sunday's southbound train, en route longer. I am requested by the members of the put In her house. John Myers, ofTitusville of J. It. Campbell, well known
from Jacksonville to Cocoa, where he Second Reg. Ala. Vol. to tender to you did the work.Tlie as tho manager of tho St. James hotel,
went to attend Sheriff Brown's sale of a Traffic Manager J. P..Beckwlth, onboard their warmest thanks, and to assure you and one of the most prominent cltlseusof
naphtha launch.Prof. private car No. 01, passed through all of their appreciation for the kind reception much looked for rain visited us Florida. Mr. Campbell has been

Titusville Wednosday, on his way toMiami. and substantial courtesies received Thursday last, which gave a different largely Interested In outside Investments,
Wm. Sharp and Alfred Sharp, Several officers and one lady from your fair hands. look to the orange trees.Mrs. and finding himself embarrassed, deolded -

accompanied by Archie Barrelle, sailed were on board the same ear. Most respectfully yours, Thos. Green left here for Omaha, to make an assignment, so that all
down from New
Smyrna on Saturday The Brevard County Commissioners Frank Rio.v, Nebraska, where she will spend the of his creditors might share altko. The i<
last to enjoy the sports on the Fourth Co. F 2nd Reg. Ala. Vol.
with her husband.E. announcement of tb.e assignment has
and few have been in session all tlie week, but as summer
spend a days in town.
they only completed their labors yesterday been received with considerable surprise
It. Provost left Thursday for a vacation.
The steamer St. Sebastian, In command afternoon, the report Is held over Slate Treasurer's Ileport. He will spond It at different and Mr. Campbell will have the i
of his hosts of friends both In
of J. until our next issue. sympathy ,
Capt. II. Smith, returned toTltusVille places In Florida and Georgia.Eden. Jacksonville and throughout Florida, In
on Saturday afternoon Inst, The three pet deer at the winter The State Troasurer reports the following his misfortune.
whim from her trip to Key West with the mortor home of Dr. Geo. E. Hill, Indlanola, were balances In the several State

carriages. She will soon start with shipped from that place to the SorantonPa. funds at the close of business on June 110, .

some gun carriages.Mrs. ( .) home of the doctor on Saturday 181)8. TAX SALE, ETC. *

Lena Decker and little grandson last. Dr. Hill owns all kinds of, pet General revenue 91O0.OSD.77Onemill Pines have about all been shipped

Charlie, came up from West Palm animals.Mrs.. school tax 15.873.44 from this suction.Mrs. The sale of Brevard county lands, upon
State Board of Health 4l43.: <
Beach, Saturday last, for the Fourth, Frank R. Remllnger, who has Williams or Palm Beach which taxos have nut been paid, com'*
Pension tax 12,040,07 F. O. ,
returning home on Tuesday. They came been on a visit to her mother and other last week. mencod at the Court-house, Titusville,
Tax certificate fund 5,811.20 visiting her parents
to meet Tom Decker who is riow afullfledged was up
,
up relatives and friends in the North, has : on Monday morning and flnisliod Tues
quaitermaster-sergeant at joined ber husband at the Royal Palm, School fund fund, interest principal 12,8.10.8:1School 2,141.55 Nothing was going on here the Fourth. day. About nlnety-nino per cent of the

Tampa.Mrs.. Miami. She was the only passenger who Agricultural, Colloge fund. 1)8.71)) ) Soma of the residents went to Fort Pierou Croperty was bid In by the State. The

Wright and her daughter, MIsS came south on Mr. Flagler's steamer Experiment Station fund Dl)0.3iMorrill and TttusvUlu. the httida sold were uwned by

Emma, of Green Cove Springs, arrived in Miami, and stood the trip well. fund, white college. ,..4,010.47Morrill Archdeacon Brown held services In St.Paul's railroad and oannl companies.

town on Friday last, on about a two Archdeacon B. F, Brown will hold fund, negro college 101.73 church last Sunday, J. T. Water's Monday being Rule Day, the lion. M.S. .

;y Reading notice ads. are ten cents months' visit to Mr, and Mrs. L. C.Branning. divine service In St. Gabriel's church, Seminary fund, principal 1,0.>1>.70 children were baptized.Mr. Jones, as special master, sold somo of
the Indian Itlver r line on this page.Never Mrs. and Miss Wright are Titusville, on Sunday, the 10th, at 11 a.ni. Sinking fund, bonds of 187:1.: . .11)1.48) for Now property
Oonchor agent Mygnnt, Wells of Brondway Ntfw Yoik to Mr.
,
,
mother and sister of Mrs.Branning. .
respectively 35.07
fund bonds of 1871
and : communion
7l0: p. in. Holy at Sinking We will
- fail to read our inside pages.ou the service. The Yoik, left Sunday for Georgia. John Aspluwall, of Barrytown, N, Y.
will find to inirest morning evening service all miss seeing him traveling up and The sale took place In front of the Courthouse
always something has will be a Thanksgiving one, In accordance 200,78:1.77TO :
Mrs. W. D. Mussenden, who down the truck.Mr. door, Titusville.
you.Ilave been her mother and sister for with the proclamation of
vislsing Sheriff Joseph P. Brown, nt Cocoa,
been
yon paid your subscription toa several months past, left for her home President McKlnley.Mr. THE PEOPLE OF BREVARD Whipple here, who for has Mr. Mathams manager of sold Major II. J. Tiffin's launch, under

Advocate ? If not, please do so.Mr. at Bath, Me., on Saturday last, being accompanied J. G. Bast, manager of the ostrich of the store has purchased .Mr. Mathams', Interest an execution. It was bought by County
as far as Jacksonville by Mrs.M. farm and plantation at Courtenay, COUNTY. Cocoa, Tax Assessor J. F. Woolen. Home say
sole
A. L. Shrlver, of Iloopestown, P. Bobbins, who returned here onWednesday. has been In town a fsw days. Ho came aud Is now owner. the launch really belongs to Mrs. J. M.I'alne .

il.,arrived in town on Tuesday.Mrs. .Mrs. Mussenden's many up to represent the Times-Union and Editor Indian Iliver Advocate : Last Saturday a party of Kdenltes of Minneapolis, Minn and that

- B. B. Pyles and baby left here friends will be glad to see her here next Citizen, for which he Is the correspond Some atrabllarlotis Ill-Informed, spent the day at the bunch, All had avery Major Tl ill it had not actually purchased

r Georgia Saturday last, to spend the winter.Col.. ent. He formerly managed the Grand soul has addressed himself, through poor the enjoyablo time, even If they did It.

umnier.Mr. W. G. Winans, Mr. C. C. Mast, View and Indian River hotels at this republican paper at Melbourne "to the have a shower buth.

- J. O. Walton left here last Tuesiy and Mrs. N. Saunders, of Eden; Captain place. Mr. Bast will probably accompany people of Brevard county," In ciltlcismof ttemuerets Attention.
(or Jacksonville and points In Geor- A. J. Lewis, of Fort Pierce; Mr. J. O.Bast Colonel W. G. Winans on a trip to me for leaving out the names of W. W.Beecher. Ankona.II. .

i. Courtenay; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F.Paddison Miami tomorrow.Mr. W. W. Laypbrt, B. W, Miller Notice Is hereby given that a Demo*

Eau Gallie; Capt. and Mrs. R.A. and Mrs. Chas. A. Gardner left and C. C. Miller, now In Fort Drum; W.A. the of Miss Zora cratlo Primary will be held lor preclnottNo.
-Mr. J. S. Bell, of Fort Pierce, has Hardee, Mr. and Mrs. S. Kitchlng,, here yesterday for Gaston, Ala., on a Schleppy, now In Miami; and J. W, Sample was guest 2, at the Courthouse, In Titusville, on
Jr thanks for a crate of very delicious Stanley Kitchlng, Misses the E. and M.Kitchlng visit to Mrs. Gardner's mother. They Taylor, now In Atlanta, on the registration Card Monday. the 10th day of July, 181W, between the

meapples. Next.Rev. .. and Miss B. dim, Sebastian; expect to be away two or three months, list of Fort Pierce precinct. Anybody Mrs. E. L. Pratt and Mrs. W. II. Tan- hours of 3:00: and 5 o'clock n. m,, for the

and Mrs. A. D. Penny, also lit'a were among those who spent a couple of and will probably go as far as New York who knows anything, knows that ere visited at Fort Pierce last week.Capt. purpose of electing 11 .delegates to attend

' girl, returned to Titusville Friday days or so in town this week.Mrs. ere returning to Titusville; while the the name of a voter who still resides In Kahn's boat which has been the Democratic County Convention

it, after a month's stay at Cocoa. pink paper will keep them Informed of the county cannot lawfully be stricken thoroughly overhauled and repainted Is for Brevard county Flu., to be held at
BenJ. W. Jerome, of Rocklcdgc, the Indian River doings during their from the list. He may be transferred to the Fort Pierce, Fla. on September 21st,
The steamer Miami, owned by Mr. after spending a couple of weeks or so In absence.QuartermasterSergeant. the district to which he goes, but only again on water. 18W8.

1. M. Flagler, of New York, has been New London, Conn.,.has'gone to her at his own request. This covers the The sloop Noma, was delayed over F. It, IIUTK.H. .
Qt on the run between Miami and Key parents home at Windsor Locks, Conn., T. Docker, cases of the four complained of, and here Saturday owing to the wind and II. GKIMKH.C. .
Teat. where she will remain until her husband of Company C, First Florida Regiment, Messrs. Schleppy and Taylor have expressly rain storm.A K. SrswAnr. '>' mbVI\
arrives from Indian River. Mrs. Jerome arrived In town, on Saturday last, from directed the Board of County Committee for precinct No. 2.
-Rev. W. N. Chaudoln, of LaGrange, : "Where I am at present the weather Tampa, on a short visit to his father and Commissioners not to strike their names boat load of young people, chaperoned
u been in attendance at the Baptist says delightful. ,,1 am, however, very mother. All Tom's ''old friends were still claim Brevard by Mrs. Dey-Card, enjoyed surf-
Is from the list as they
JiMionary meeting at Orlando this him In town again. He bathing at the beach one day last week.Mrs. ohulrs
glad to receive the Advocatb, so that I pleased to see county as their home. BABIES' carriages cribs, cradles,
' k. can know what you are all doing down returned to Tampa on Tuesday. By-the- Now If there Is any law for expatiating Chaffee's term of office having white enamel beds, cribs, curtain

Quite a number of down-river people on the East Coast.Y way, Tom has been appointed one of the democratic voters against their protests expired the llrst of the month, the postolllce polos; porcelain und tin toilet sets.
ld their color-bearers of the First Florida Regiment located at the residence of Springs, mattresses, suites all prless.
respects to the Advocate on of Sebastian, I know It not.If is now
tie Fourth. The sloop Ladye Agnes, and we have no doubt he will Nathan W. FrnnU.Ankona Furniture Store, Titusville, Fla.
We are always pleased to'elcome the first of the week the republican paper's anonymous the new postmaster, .
arrived in town hold on to it like "grim death" If his
friends to sanctum. scribbler will only feel In his left pocket
our with the following party onboard regiment happens to be sent to the front.Mr. was well represented at Fort
The long-looked-for rain has at last : Stanley Kitchlng (in command), I think he will find another maru's nest. Pierce Thursday last, among the visitors Orange CJrove and ICestdence m

mved at Titusville, and everybody isjoicing Mr. and Mrs. S. Kitchlng, and the Misses Flagler and the lied Cross Society.Mr. Who is he, anyhow Joiix? y. Wai.t.icb, being Georgo Sanger, L. H. Kldred, J. N.Waller for Sale.A .

over the fact that we are now Bessie Crlm, Edith A. Kitching and Co. Com. 5th Dlst. F. T. 11 amor, ,
grove
! tting showers nearly every day.G. Clarissa M. Kitchlng. They came up to and George W. Staooy.Courtenay.. 12 fronting on tho Indian River
acres
,
spend the Fourth, and returned homewards II. M. Flagler has offered the Red
- M. Kobbins of Palatka has been and extending back to the county road
Wednesday. We acknowlodgoa Cross Society nil the necessary land for a hJENLYEATON..
pending several days in town with his pleasant on call from the above party.Mr. hospital site at Miami, Fla., for the accommodatlon at Sharnes about 15 miles south ofTitusville "" t*j,
ttother, Bailey Bobbins, the energetiom of wounded soldiers and known as the Brock place;

; obliging assistant at the F. E. C, E. Williams, of Grand Rapids, sailors, together with a fund of $5(100 to Yestenlay at high noon, at the Methodist 500 bearing trees; good house, four
Hlway station.Mr. Mich., writes: "My family Is very much for the building. It Is proposed that Episcopal church, Titusville, Miss Quite a shower of rain fell here Tuesday rooms and kitchen; servants' house and

- and and child pleased with the Aiivocatk, which is a the pay hospital shall be erected just north Anna Lou Eaton and Mr. Wiley LenardHenly evening.J. pocking house. I'rlco, f 1,500.00.
Mrs. W. n. nail
l B'aidentown Fla. arrived in town, credit not only to the Indian River section of Mr. Flagler's hotel at that place. The were joined In the holy bonds of D. Sams went to Cocoa Saturday to Apply to
wholoof Florida. As an a Urge number of relatives work done. Rouiitws A GnAKAM,
t but to the and timely offer has been accepted matrimony have dental
,
Fourth generous
Saturday, to spend the I know wherof Ispeak. construction of the building and frlentls witnessing the ceremony.To Attys. for owners,
man and the
"om here they went to Sharpes, on a old newspaper deserves supDoit Savannah the melodious strains of Mendelshon's *-- Quite a crowd of our young people attended Titusville, Fla.
" Your pluk paper will be begun at once.
to Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hall.Mrs. business men along wedding march the bride and the Fourth of July oolebratlon atTitusville

- Fred W. Kettle, one of St. Augine tlie East from Coast.prominent I note from your paper Morning News., groom passed tip the center aisle of the and report a good time.Mrs. Hafts and Desk Wanted.

s bright young married lady reslts that the Royal Palm Is open. It IS a line Fire at Coeos. edifice, artistically decorated with cut L. A. McKenxle returned to her

' ww; a pag8enger on Monday's resting place, and I will again be there flowers; ferns and palms for the occasion home In Canaveral Tuesday after spending Wanted a roller-top desk and small

"Whbound train, en route to Miami, toPnu next winter." Fire broke out In William Illndle's to the chancel minister rail Iter, where, A. W.they J. several days with friends here.II. Iron safe. Send size, price and full particulars
the
a week or two with her husband.r We understand that quite a number kitchen Monday morning about9 o'clock, Best were,met who by pronounced the, few but Impressive H. Jenkins, W. C. Adams. L. P. to Dii. F. II. Hovoiito.v.i .

rriti'ig us from Jacksonville, Mrs. of Tltusville's citizens intend to take and before help could arrive the house words which made them man Allen, Robt. Lsttoche and Willie LaRoche Daytona, Fla.Wanted. .

" " Eacott, a former well known and advantage of the cheap round-tripexcur- and contents were burned to the ground. and wife. left Sunday to spend the Fourth

, Pected resident of Titusville, says: ion rate of $2 to Miami tomorrow (Sat- The entire family was away from home. The bride was dressed In white organdie In Jacksonville, .

enclosed please find postal order for ) Ticket, w.ll be good untl Tuesday Mrs IIIndie Is in Brunswick, Oa., and trimmed with white satin ribbon, Miss A. K. Saras returned borne from
r ued Advocate. en7 will the *e" ',"t has two of the children with ber. One match. Her
We thoroughly give and to
which and hat glove*
bad Iteen
wore Waveland last week, where she for U. S. marine hospital service
the various little ones is In City Point, and Help :
reading the Indian River news. Mr.eott two full days in which to see of the traveling costume was of brown serge, school for the three
the with his grandmother InTitusville. teaching past U. S. revenue cutter service; hospital
is at present In Miami." thlng. of interest. Including the youngest with hat and gloves In accordance. The
at Blscayne Bay. This Mr. Hindi* took advantage conventional black and months.Chas. ami signal corps, U. S. A.; mechanics ,
Fl e big army camp of limit, from Monday until of the excursion to Titusville Monday to groom white wore the T. Harper and sister Miss Mamie for the U. H. N.; also civilians of all
ICenldence extension gloves.
and Pineapple of which was only visit his baby, and It Is supposed that ha After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Hen Harper attended the Ice cream supper kinds. For full Information call oa

Plantation For Sale.m EceivedWlast night, is to lve.every. must have forgotten to put out the fire ly boarded the 1:0I train for Daytona, anil dance at Banyan last Wednesday William Huber, agent. No. 410 1-3 Franklin

a chance to attend the military In the gasoline stove. The kitchen window where they will spend a week or mo.We night and report a very pleasant time.A street, Tampa, Fla.'
m.?8t beautifully-located villa and one hop at the Royal Palm hotel on Monday was raised, and the Are was In that did not learn what their future plans
of the bouse. There was some Insurance "
bnw in overlooking from a high part The "Advocate.
tti- Picturesque Indian River; in night. on the building, but not enough Itare Opportunity.

centre of the pineapple section; large to cover the loss. Honey Fur Hale. The Isdiam River Advocate) Is oa

*omy buildings and oat-houses. ModB7B Doss, Cat* and Chickens for For sale, the CHfTdale pineapple plantation sale as the following news-stands, at Ave)
cn e lences; inside toilet arrange- Sale. Apiarists and Poultry Breeder*. Several barrels of fine, new honey for lit Eden, on Indian River, consisting cents per copy lTltusvlUe

atn, sewerage; boat-house and sale, cheap.P. of ten acres of land, all cleared Fred S. Chaffee.'

,!! Ja, ns, shrubbery, flowers and 17PPes. trained and Twelve colonies of high-grade Italian Kjweoex, Sebastian, Fla, and planted mostly with Red Spanish J. B. Screven.5y .
d
U bearin8, best quality plne'ttrther All kinds, ages, sizes, bees; latest improved 8 and 10 drawer variety of pinea; good new dwelling

hives; good stock of honey; 23 extra Palmetto I>ru r Store, I>aytona. house, with all modern conveniences;
particulars oti "Pineapfik," Allfor50. large and convenient packing bouse, As an advertising medium, no

Advocate, Titusville, Fla.C hives.Also a very choice lot of Plymouth Drugs, medicines, chemicals, fine toilet freight house and station on railroad for paper on the East Coast can beat the>

Rock hens flfty-elx foi 920. soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and shipping on the ground. Address AovocATr. Give us a trial advt..
Advocate toilet articles In variety, ALrncoCox, and bo convinced of the pink paper'**
Address "Apiary care fancy great
l3I Ur !rhl kT I eley A Motlow's; Eden, Fla. worth.
HosTOsr
Srii>?'orders*2 *3-5 filled>. **same d day.*5 per gallon. Mall orders fln l "> daT Titusville, Fla. M. propr.










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A LITTLE SUFFERER 7 their efforts on domestic ,progress and ATTENTION, TOBACCO EASILY PREVENTED.

the regeneration of the world. GROWERS.Th .

This Is the nest great step) in advance; Very few people are wholly at ease

Face, Hands and Arm* Covered With the man with the will and the power Plant System has Established a. ToKobbeil during a violent thunder' storm. Lightning

6crofulous Humors How a Cure will' soon rise to the occasion.' Wars baeco Departmeat, generally strikes somewhere, and

Wis Effected."When must cease. Times-Union and Citizen. no one feels absolutely, safe from it. G-ioceries, nFx-u-it an.d. ZEProca.u.Ce

five years old my little boy had Recognizing the growing Importance There Is a simple way of insuring oneself 131 and 133 Ewt Bay Street and and 8 Newnan Street, *
scrofula on his (ace, hands and arms. It of the largo tobacco growing industry Id If
wan worst on his chin, although the aoreson GOVERNMENT SEED TEST- Florida, and realizing the many disadvantages against danger, however. you jreolJLson.rlllo, lorric
when the
of rubbers
put on a pair
his cheeks and hands were very bad.It ING. under which the ordinary farmer "

appeared in the form of red pimples labors in learning how to grow tobacco lightning begins to flash and the thunder ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE
stand the floor so (
and
begins to roar, on Jill
which would footer break and run The
open act of Congress,- making appropriations President II. U. Plant has established ,
and then scab over. After disappearing for the Department of Agriculture that you touch nothing else, you will beaa
tobacco From this department
a department.
they wou Id break out again. They caused safe as If you were sealed In a glass We are headquarters for all kinds of 8ecd and Eathsg Potatoes and row p., I
for the fiscal June '.30 1808
year ending all the lines of
farmers
along full line of
genuine. We also carry a nay. Grain and Feed. *
lntenso itching and the little sufferer had.to cage. Rubber is a non-conductor of guaranteed We
under the heading "Botanical Investigations will Give a trial and -will be '
him the Plant System be supplied, free your Oranges and Vegetables. us you pleased.
bo watched continually to keep electricity, and If tbo lightning has to go
and Experiments, Division of Botany of all and complete information
charge
from scratching the sores. Wo became ,
of rubber to at BROTHERS JACKSONVILLE
through a piece get you MARX FLA.CHiiS.
greatly alarmed st hi* condition. Mywife's contains the following clause: as to the best methods of growing, curing It will leave you alone and take something .
mother "had bad scrofula and the "The secretary of Agriculture is hereby and liandllng cigar tobacco. The tobacco
else. In other words when
you
only medlcino which bad helpd her was authorized to purchase samples of department will be maintained at

Hood's Sarsaparllla. We decided to give seed .In open market, test same, and Fort Meade, and Mr. Kline O, Varn will have on a pair of rubbers and are not In IS XJJ -. TTiUvd: CO.

lyn It to our boy and we noted an improvement when not found up to the standard, he have charge of the work as special tobacco contact with anything you are perfectly DEALBK8 IN ,
his After Insulated. This Is not a theory merely.It .
in case very soon. giving at his discretion publish the results
may, agent. The best quality of seed *
htm four bottles of Hood's Sarsaparllla is a fact proved by Innumerable experiences. 13LQ
of these tests with the
together will be supplied to the fanners and every
the humor had all boen driven out of bis A pair of rubbers has saved 417, St 410 Wdc
names of the seedsmen by whom the facility offered to enable them to May St.,
has since returned."
blood and
it never many a life In a thunder storm. But
William Bartz, 410 South WlUiams St., seeds were sold, snys the Tallabassean. grow the highest possible grade oftobacco. they must be whole. Do not don an JACKSONVILLE, . FLA.
The purchase of seeds for the tests
South Bend, Indiana. old pair with'a crack in the toe, because RICH WIXE8 create good, rlrh h-i
You can buy Hood's Sarsaparllla of all authorized under this act began on The supply of tobacco from Cuba has thy blood. Won't make the niiNtukeTr I

druggists. Be sure to get only Hood's.UrtnrVa July 1, 180H. It will be the aim of the been exhausted and manufacturers who electricity will get out of a very small cheap buying, It mr Is nut.poor It wine lias "beeauM...,*, it J Jgreeulrie
hole when It is cornered and a pair of l '
of effect>>Pontlies il1 iIlt
Department In >tein.
Agriculture carrying
|
twelve months scorned to look
Dlllc eiiraMv rIII iea y totalis, ago even wine is }
HOOU S rlllS e ajr to(jporute. utuM, out this law to put a stop to the sale of at Florida tobacco, are now gladly buying detective rubbers will do you no good.Selected. Elves you that. pulled-tigSuisr! '' uRatlsfled >

seed so poor as to mako probable a positive it. As a result prices are steadily Me make feeling.t a Specialty of Xnrth faro.
and loss to the Una Mountain Dew Corn n liltkey ,
Injury purchaser, th
and it will be severul
advancing as "
MARRIED IN NEW YORK. In ancient Egypt, when a cat died In apiivate years >ld, S2.60 per gallon.
> thus giving protection on the one hand years before Cuba has a crop in the Parties living in Dry To n m |
house the Inmates shaved their well to order Jrom us, as we Lv.
to the farmer and and the can
gardener on market, it will pay every farmer to plant them BO per cent, on all orders.Or" .
The Now The killing of a cat, even accidentally
Vork'Dully Tribune 1ms the eyebrows.
other hand to the honorable seedsman Always send
tobacco this fall. Every farmer should money vith orders,
following to say with regard to the marriage and seed dealer. was considered a capital offense we will not open new accounts unl*.
write Mr. Varn at once for full information suitable Jacksonville reference is eiv
of Miss Margaret E. (Stanley, wlfoIs Those who need further Information, ,, before making their seed beds, 1Do ji No Goods for sent C. 0.1). to Dry To ni

known to many residents atTltusvllle, Including a table of standards of purity whether they have grown tobacco ornot. not tell a- girl she looks sweet Brewers Agent and liottlers Indlanopnlia,lndianupolis llrewHn, InJ to!

Eilcn, Jensen and other places on Indian and germination and a list of the most He will take pleasure In answering louder Hercules Malt Tome, S2.2B per case; Clayton Jfc Russell Wild Cherry Brandy, 4.80 per cum.
to kiss. Actions speak
enough
River where she has made several '
injurious seeds likely to occur In commercial all questions asked by those interested
than words.
visits with her rlarents Mr. And Mrs.
seed, may bo obtained from the with practical information.

John T, Stanley, who own a pineapple Florida Department of Agriculture upon SAW AMU PLANING MILLS.Fnlatka JACKSONVILLE YAltn,

'plantation At Jensen: application. / Banyan. Fla. E. Bay St., Foot of Cat her In..
"The wedding of Miss Margaret E. Tliouganrtg Celebrate.

Stanley, the only daughter of Mr. and tlic Grave.A [Too late for last week.] WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
Mrs. John T. (Stanley, to Frofessor Howard Wltfi thankfulness their restoration to ,
health, by the use of Hood's Sarsaparllla. The mosquitoes have made their appearance.
Parmley of the of the
College City
startling Incident, of which Mr.J.. Think of the vast army who have been Manufacturers of
of Now York, was'solemnized at 8:.'))0o'clock Oliver of Philadelphia, was the subject, cured this medicine
by will take In
Inst evening at the home of the is narratod by him as follows: "I was ina Quite a few Banyanites
Men and children who have
most dreadfulcondition. My skin women the Fourth at Tltusville.B. Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. *
bride's parents, No. 418 Wost2lrd: street. was suffered the consequences of impure ,
almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue coated J. Hilliard is enlarging his residence
The Rev. blood, who have been the victims of
Dr.
Robert V. Westminster
of
Sample, pain continually In back and stdes considerable to its
Presbyterian Church, performed no Appetite -gradually growing weaker, scrofula sores and ,sleeplessness.eruptions, dyspepsia, nervousness appearance., which adds A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, celling, siding, mouldings, shingles,

the marriage coromony, whjcti was followed day by day. Three physicians had given They hiwe tried other medicines and Childs has finished his wharf In lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress
me up. .Fortunately, a friend advised have fulled obtain relief. tried Sum mouldings of all patterns a specjalty;
by n rcreptlon. The brldo, In' n to They front of his place here; and a very substantial

gown of white sntln, trimmed with point Joy trying and Electric surprise Bitters, the first; and bottle to my made groat a They I food's persorvered Sarsaparllla In and Its use It did and them it accomplished good. structure it is, too. When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us.

lace, and a veil of tulle, was given away decided Improvement. I continued their permanent cures. Do you wonder The Misses' Mary Tuten and VIda

by her father.. Her veil of tulle was use for three weekc, and am now a wollman. that they praise it and recommend itto King, of Artesla, visited their friend.
fastened vilth blossoms and she I know they saved my life, and you. Miss Florenco Creech, from Friday till
orange
robbed the grave of another victim. No Sunday last. They are visiting this THE SOUTHERN FUEL & SUPPLY Company.
wore a necklace of diamonds, n present one should fail to try them." Only OOcts. week with Miss Clara Otwell and Miss
from the bridegroom. Miss Linda Hanks per bottle at F. S. Chaffee's drug store. Our National Anthem. Annie Stewart.

was the maid of honor. The bildcsmalds
There was a dance and Ice- cream social
were Miss Illlma Klndlund, MIms TO STUDY FOOD FISH.Prof. Governor W1. D. Bloxham suggested at the Gilboit Hall, Banyan, on Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,
Jennie Faulkner, Miss Hassle Orllllths to the Secretary of War that the air Wednesday night, at which there were

and Miss Addle La Cos to. Alfred T. Barton W. Evermann, of the "America" sliuuld not be used by military quite a large crowd, as many as ten
bands In the so-called
medleys ofpatriotio couples being on the floor at once. Everyone Vitrified Pairing and Sidewalk Brick.
Stanley was best man, and Wilson Peek, United States Fish Commission, estimates tunes, or nlajed with variations. seemed to enjoy it very much.

Frank Amos, William freen and John that there are more species of It Is now tho ciiHtom, when the Among the out-of-town people present

Wiley Stanley*brother of the bride, were food flsh in Florida waters than In any nnthem Is played, for soldiers to uncover, we noticed Miss Nannie Harper and C.T. 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telephone 202.J. .
and this could not well be done when
the iishors. Among'the guests at the other part of the country. He suggests Harper,, of Courtenay; the Misses
In middle
"America" the ofaconijHtsitlonof
was sprung Mary Tuten and VIda King, of Artesia; K. MUNNERLYN General .
ceremony and reception wero Dr. and as subjects for Investigation at a marine "Dixie," "StarSpangled J. T. Soell and Miss Sadie Snell, Bovine; i. Manager.DoLand

Mrs. Qeorge Evans, Dr. and Mrs. H. T. biological station: Banner," and other military airs. The H. B. Stewart, N. Maiten, and Miss Annie

Hanks, Win. T, Ward well, Mr. and Mrs. 1. The spawning habits of the numerous the order mooted to thateffect question has of gone what forth is, and the Stewart, Brantley; Rabe Otwell and fcVlf" I Invite your Attention to my Complete Stock of
John Howell Miss Htoks food Miss Clara Otwell, Bahia; and several
Mrs. Lucy fishes of the coast, and the American national
hymn seems
Tate Griffiths, Miss Juliet Griffiths, Mrs. possibility of their artificial propagation. well established.As pretty young were also men prrsent.from Tropic Ice cream and Eau and Gallle lemonade -HARDWARE AND CROCKERY *-

James Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Forman the air to "America"' Is the same were plentiful all through the

Miss Ilcla Karp, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar 2. The food of the various species offishes. as "God Save the Queen," It should also evenlog. Banyan citizens never do

Snenger, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Hodges bo quite popular among the many BritIshborn things by halfs. Glassware, Lamp* and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware, Graniteware -
men who have gone to the war.lleiuarkable doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, ice cream
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Meredith, Miss 3. The life histories of the manatee, freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, garden tools,

Miriam Unrr, Mr. and Mrs.McIndoo t and alligator, crocodile and the several Itewcuc. There la more Catarrh In this section plows and harrows, paints and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry netting
Mr. and Mrs. II. Le Luimtter." species of turtles, nnd the development of the country than all other diseases and barbed wire,
last few
put together, and until the years
The happy pair have the hearty congratulations of methods for Incrousing their commercial Mrs. Michael Curtain, rialuHeld, 111., was supposed to be Incurable. For a Harrison Bros* Ready Mixed. Paints.

of the Advocatr and their value. makes the statement, that she caught great many years doctors pronounced Ita Please Write me for Prices. i respectfully solicit a i**
many friends for a long life of connubial 4. Experimentation regarding the artificial cold, which settled on her lungs; she was local disease, and prescribed local remedies tlnniof your patronage. Mail Orders given lTompt snd Careful Attention, and inquiries (or
bliss and prosperity. cultivation of the commercial treated for a month by her family physician and by constantly falling to cure prices answered promptly.
bulj grew worse. He told her she with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable.
sponges. was a hopeless victim of consumption .. Science has proven catarrh tobe
NOW FOR ARBITRATION. and that no medicine could cure her. a constitutional disease, and, therefore "West Palm Beach, FlaMalarlon -

The busiest time on the Atlantic cable Her druggist suggested Dr. King's New requires constitutional treatment.Hall's .
Discovery for consumption; she bought Cattirrah Cure, manufactured byF.
The Unltod States has thoroughly Is between the hours of 10 nad 13 In the a bottle and to her delight found herself J. Chenny & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the

demonstrated tho truth of a proposition forenoon. During that ttme on an aver- benefited from first dose. She continued only constitutional euro on the market.It Magnolia

wblob is a notable stop Iu advance for ago about 000 messages pass over the Its use and after taking six bottles, is taken internally in doses from 10 Grocery.
found herself sound and well; now does drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly
the whole human race, but which at its cable each way. her own housework, and is as well as on the blond and mucous surfaces of the H. A. HENRY, Proprietor.

birth was declared nu Impractical theory she ever was. Freo trial bottles of this system. They offer one hundred dollars Wholesale
and Ketatl Dealer In
viz., that a court can ho admtnster groat Discovery at F. S. Chaffee's drug for any case it fails (o cure. Send for

fixed laws as to do Justice between "There is so much tronbla store. Large bottles 50 cents and $1.00. circulars and testimonials. Address.
communities coining; into the world." 1'. J. Cheney & Co., ToUdo, Cv23T STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
of dlverso and often antagonistic said Lord Boling-broke, 3 ld by Druggists, 73 cents.
Intorosts. The Is and so much mora ingoing and Daytona are agitating
principle now established out of it, the subject of a shell bicycle path between "Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please you.

; If only remains to make Its that it is hardly the two towns. The distance Is is devoid at bitter tante. 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
application broader to Insuro peace to a worth while tobe about twenty-five miles, and ltis| thought
Cures Chills and Fever; acts on the liver
here at all.'tIt Telephone No. 235.JOB.
of tho be made for about
great civilized
part world. a tnaa and a a bicycle path can and regulates the system generally.
England has alroady declared her willingness philosopher BOO. All Druggists.

to arbitrate all questions at Issue comes to thisconclusion

between herself and us. She offered us what must be the, Help is wanted when the serves become Eilinta Taar llowele With CHacarets.Cnndy PRIITTIITCA.LKX

such a treaty and we refused possibly natural conclusion weak and the appetite fails.Hood's nnttmrtie, euro constipation forever,
the time of the thousands Sarsaparllla gives help by making too,860. If O.O.C.fall,drug-glsta refund money.
was not then but
ripe, more of
suffering the blood rich, pure and nourishing. OF ALL
probably because It seemed that women who undergo KINDSPEINTING
popular Get only Hood's.ription. Executed at theADVOCATE
untold torture in
*
feeling at that time towards bring WEAR. ERNEST TAYLOE.
England lot their babes Into the world t

made the statesmen of the United States Philosophy of this kind Is baaed npoagroaa Hood's Tills are easy to take, easy tooperate. NEAR &l TAYLOR OFFICE.Waasi .
doubtful as to Its reception in this country. Ignorance. The fact Is, that there isno Cure Indigestion and sick head ,
necessity for the sever* undergone
pangs
ache. Successors to John McAllister.
by the average woman. If a woman ( )
Surely that objection no longer is strong snd healthy in a womanly way, Ducklen's Arntcn Salve.
applies.
Artesian Well Contractors
motherhood means to her but little suffer
Presont relations between us and ing. The trouble.lies in the fact that themajority To Car* Constlpatlow Faraver. The best Salve In the world WAR !
for
the British of Take Caaoareta Candv Cathartic loo or Cfte.1IUU.C. cuts,
suffer from
Empire are such that with women weakness bruises
fall refund EAU GALLIE FLA. sores ulcers
and disease of the distinctly feminine to euro,drug-glsta wuuuy. salt rheum, tevet
the return of peace wo should make the and are unfitted for motherhood.ortnism -, sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
next advance.It ?his can always be remedied. Dr. Pierce's corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi We have Just made arranfcements by which
Is reasonably certain that Favorite Prescription is a sure, speedy and tively cures Piles, or no pay required. obtain control of a special edition ofCRAM'S
Japan EASY RIDING.
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that she would willingly subscribe elastic. It banishes the indispositions of
to that fair and equitable, arrangement the period of expectancy and makes baby's I* Dlood Deep. It is Jnst what you want and all yon "arm' "
and onr
advent follow tho movements of our fleets
and almost painless. It Clean
easy quickens .
blood
which eould alone receive the sanction and vitalises the feminine and beauty means a clean skin. No ies. It contains IS pages of larne oolorertjro r
organs, without it. "*
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21xl incbea snd Inches in e.
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of England and America. insures a healthy and robust baby. Thousanda tic clean your blood and keen' it clean all territory where a conflict could puw""Joccur.
Such an arrangement could command of merits.women have testified to its marvelous Here are some Keating points for your consideration: stirring up the laxy liver and driving all;im by .
Honest
do
dniggtata not purities from .
peace on the high seas. No opposing offer substitutes, and urge them upon yon The Frame makes ItSTRONG. banish pimples the, boils body., blotches Bcgra to-day te COMPLETESTATISTICS.

combination possible could strike a blow aa "just aa good." and tbnt sickly biiioua complexion, blackheads by Jfaval and military, snd history of aU offlciaJ vo -
"I suffered fourteen years, writes Mrs, Cascarets, beauty for taking tries an at the allied powers, while they could Mary J. Stewart, of Bos 46, Saratoga. Santa The Construction 'makes ItDURABLE satisfaction ten rents. All druggists documents,etc.,etc.It .
always hit hard at the coasts and Clara Co., Cal., with female wnkavw. nervouanM guaranteed, 10c,25c,SOc.Do .
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The
It
aad 'GoMea Medical Discovery' cured at'1 Bearings give not Interrupt a miser at his devo Settles all War Arguments,
But we do not believe there would be SPEED. tions.
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.
again.3fo
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INDIAN MVKXt ADVOCATE, JULY 198


Professional Cards. PINEAPPLE GROWING IN

FLORIDA. HINTS ABOUT HEALTH HODGES & GODFREY,


BOBBINS A GRAHAM, Editor Indian Krr-Advocate: MOW THE VITAL ORGANS DO WORK Manufacturers of


ATTORSETS-AT-LA'W, about I want the to pineapple tell your industry readers in something Florida FOR ONE ANOTHER. MANIER & LANE MUSIC CO.ConoYer Yellow Pine Lumber

From 10 to 12 a. m.
0rf, Houbb and: 2 to 4 p. m.Trri78vnx how they are propagated, grown, cultivated Inactivity m Cauaa of Itogeaoratloa Cnroey ,

fertilized and marketed, and what Coatee* With Aalroala Wo.reolaast.easf HoiToii a uhbsscd,
Florida.
Brevard Co., class of people, as a rule, order them. tho Chime* People, Wka Sees* *o> Omnia llol Honda,

WW o.Bos prsctioe, '08> In*U the pourta-stats and fed Persons outside the state have but little Rood Mo BaenaUaa, Fruit A Vegetable Crate*.

gfictolf'1" ,or *amnln r <* perfect. conception of the expansion and. magnitude In youth, saya Dr. IL I* Earner ia I.uniberdellvereilatany part of Indian River
titles.Ml of this industry The Popular Science News, the vigor of Fischer Kingsbury Frankiln on thnmirh bill of lading. Anyone onntempla*.
bUn past year or so. A few of the original the system is often so great that if one write for j>rl< J.,T.* K. W, Ity.,inllee south ot Falatka.Sntaitnmllljrlitn .
a. jostes, pioneers in the business have made a orgnn be sluggish another part will

fortune out of It in the sale of fruit and make amends for the deficiency by acting PIANOS Putnam co., Fla.
vicariously and without any consequent _
scions, and their has _
ATTORNETATLAW.tiTUSVILLE success given It a
Injury to Itself. In old age the
BREVARD CO., FLA most wonderful Impetus. Pineries have, task cannot thus be shifted front one organ Choice . .

therefore, multiplied a hundredfold.It to another, the work allotted to CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS WinesLiquors

County Judge of Bre ard County. Is a fact that the best pineapples each sufficiently taxes tts strength, and . and Cigars.

grown in the world are grown in Orlando. vicarious action canuot be performed
Soil andclimatlc conditions seem without mischief resulting from it. Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms. Guaranteed 1'ure.

D.L.. GAULDEX, to be just right, henoe tho unsurpassed Hence the importance of maintaining aa Sold nt rod need
far as possible the equable action of all Write for Catalogues.MANIER price*
ATTORXET-AT-LAW quality and size of fruit grown. The five .
the bodily organs, so that the share of Imparted

Will practice In 11 the Conrts of the State leading varieties of fruit grown are the the vital process assigned to each shall A LANE MUSIC COMPANV, Tokay Wine,

of Florlil*, and the United States Courts, Smooth Cayenne, Abbaka, Golden be properly accomplished. For this reason from Italy.

p,0.Box,235. TiTUSVU-LE, FLA. Queen, Enville City and Prince Albert, exercise is an Important part of the 34 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.

Money to Loan.. 18 the first named being more grown for conduct of life in old age, but discretion John B. Togni ,

the reason that its leaves are devoid ofpriokers is absolutely necessary. Exercise Is essential Metropolitan Saloon, 121 Kant Day St..
hence better to the preservation of health;
GOLDSMITH, to handle. The
M. fruit in this section is all undercover inactivity is a potent cause of wasting JACKSONVILLE, FLOUIDA.
grown and degeneration. The vigor and equality Wholesale and Itelall......
in pineries. The sidos
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, are boarded of the circulation, the functions of
up tight, the cover put on with 1x3 inch the skin and the aeration of the blood QOIIVG1VORTH ?
Tho Largest and Most Complete
Tltnsville, Florida.F. slats, every other space being left open are all prompted by mnsonlar activity,
to admit rain and modified sunlight and which thus keeps up a proper balance TRAYEL YIA THE "TIFTON ROUTE." Establishment South. .

to keep out the cold. In quality there and relation between the iiuportunt organs GEO. S. HACKER

J. WEBB, Is no difference in these live varieties, of the body. Now, an old man

the Smooth Cayenne having a little less should discover by experience how much Georgia Southern and Florida Railway.Suwanee .
ATTORXEV-AT-LAW, exercise he can take without exhausting
of the tart flavor than tho other four,
Will practice la the Courts of the 7thCircuit. but all are most delicious. The usual his powers and sbonld be careful never River Route.
to exceed the limit. Old people are
woody fiber or core is found almost entirely sometimes apt to forget that their staying
Melbourne, Florida.T absent, so that lovers of this fruit powers are much Ibbs tban they ; The Georgia Southern A Florida Railway comprises part of tho Tifton Route,

often eat it with a spoon, the same as once were, and that while a walk of and Is the niost direct route to all points North, East and West, and opcratos tho

they would a cantaloupe. two or three miles may prove easy and finest rullman Buffet sleepers; double dally, Jacksonville to Nashville via Maoon,
FRIES C. E.
O. The fruit here grows to most astonishing pleasurable, the addition of a return Atlanta, and Chattanooga; traversing tho famous fruit bolt of Georgia, and the

COUNTY SURVEYOR. size, weighing from six to twelve jonrney of similar length may seriously Historical Battle Fields of North Goorgla and Tennessee.
overtax their strength.
pounds each. These varieties are good For further information, maps, schodulos, sleeping oar reservations, etc., .,?.
Land and sub-divided
surveyed
legally
keepers and would easily stand a shipment There has recently been invented anew write or call on

Mapping neatly done. Estimates for of three or four weeks' duration. form of treatment, which is called HUGH II. RICHARDSON, Oen. Agt.,

all kinds of engineering works. Disputed The pineapple Is propagated from aootherapie, or the art of curing by contact 7 Hogan St., Jacksonville.Q. MANUFACTURERS OF
CHECKLEVSHAW, A. MacUONALI)
with animals. The disappearance ,
lines a specialty.TrrusviLLK they slips, put suckers out and shoots crowns from, that the Is to parent say, of a violent migraine is accomplished Vice-President, Macon, Ga.Loat Uon'l Passenger Agt.Wm. Doors, Sash, Blinds,

Brevard Co., Florida.QTEPnEN" by the application of a dog to the fore
stalk close to the ground, called suckers, & Material.i
head. According to Dr. Bonnejoie, bewaa Moulding Building .
and also from the base of tho apple, relieved of a severe pain in the on tho Atlantic i

E. FOSTER, called slips, as we 1 as from the top* of From March, 1840, nntil Msroh, ShaYing Parlor.. A Warr-rooms, King, opposite

the apple, called crowns. Another way 1808, 139 trausatlautio vessels steamships Cannon Street.Charleston .

ATTORNEY-ATrLAW, of propagating is from stools. A stool plying between Earope and America S. C.

Rooms 420 & 423, Gardner Building, is a matured pineapple stalk, the roots, only were lost tin route, and as a ,

leaves and top cut off, apparently a dry direct result of this 8,809 lives were Sash Weights Cord and
Jacksonville, - Flobioa."VVm. .
substance lost. The estimate of lives lost from various ,
resembling a cabbago stump,
other cuuses is 000. The number
only larger. To propagate from them Hardware.
of stoamships never heard from after
Scott. Goudox R. Biioome.Q"C0TT the
you bury this stool obliquely in
leaving port was 17. The number burned Window and Glass
Fancy
& BROOME ground the protruding. From these
top was nine, and the number foundered
stools live to fifteen offshoots usually waa 13. The other wrecks were caused A SPECIALTY.BO .

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, appear. To start a pinery you set out by collisions, being washed ashore, collision

(over Bank) suckers or slips in rows 18 to 21 inches with icebergs, etc. From March, YEARS'

Miami, Florida.pEORGE apart, affording room to work with 18U3, to the beginning of the prosent EXPERIENCE
"bcutllo year the loss of life on the Atlantio has
hoe. Eight to ten thousand are
been very much less than in former
grown on an acre. Blood and bone,
years, though one or two large steamers
W. ALLEN, cotton-seed meal and many other things have bud serions mishaps, and cue wns

are used as fertilizers. I am using inmy never heard from. Wasbingtou Times.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, pinery, with splendid results, Florida

Key West, fc Florida. velvet beans ground amount of tobacco liar Cup of Tea."How T"adc Mark* i' *
ZOOTHERAPIR. OceioN*
dust. Pines as a up, hulls and all, will I take my ten?" repeated 4c.Anvnne .
,
Will shoulder the of rook H. S. MEADOR CorvrmaMTS)
application
practice In the United States by a ,
an inveterate tea tippler in answer to skefxh and itanrli>tl<>n may
mixed with rule in June endlns' a
an equal ripen
and State Courts. 9jun05T"R. to the affected part. The case of an eocleBiastio the tost question tho other afternoon."Well eiiliiklr aaiwrtaln our miliiloii free whnther ail
the time Wealilnifton Avenue, Invention la pmhatilr iwtcintalile. mnimunlraIliiiiaatrlaliyminSileiillal. -
and July, but that depends on who is described as nervons I'll take my first cup with sugar lUiiilhonkon I'alent*

of setting out the plants, as they ripen and bilious, and whoso health was entirely and without cream, and my second slit fraa. OMhuI taken alienor ilimueh fur Munn awmrlnil ft Co.liatanta.I'atente receive.

F. H. nOUGIITOX, during all months of tho year. The mined Ly malarial fever, was relieved without sugar and with cream, and my TITU8VILLK, FLORIDA. ipKiuti ruitlM, without iilmriie, lu the

price of this clajts_ ot fruit here ranges by having a cut occupy his conch third cup without either, and my fourth Scientific American, 1/

DENTIST. from SO cents to $1.50 each, as to weight, and was re-established in excellent onp with both. My fifth cup I'd' like ala A nanrtannielr lllnatrafad weeklr. I.nr.aat iHr.nutation .
health by the transpiration of the diseased lourna Tarnie. arnari
hotels Basse while sixth" nf any anlentlHa
perfection and size. Caterers, large my four months, IL Bold byall newadeaiara."o .
condition to the little animal.
York San.Tho .
Daytona, Florida.n restaurants, large fruit dealers and All this may be Very extravagant, but New i w.r. New York

private families are our best patrons.A who shall say that there is no basia for Natural Ilrldge..The i, 4 r m,waannmiun,U.c.'v .

good revenue Is also derived from the it? Le ilonteur des Exp.
ALPH E. SMITH, M. D. sale of suckers and slips, being often famous natural bridge of Virginia m

more profitable than the fruit. Professor Snelbelhel says the quality bas just been purchased by II. S. Caruthof gyfaxomj\ TWvvrtj,?
of "nervelessness" distingnishes the Boston, who will immediately enter w
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. |The pineapple possesses rare medicinal Chinaman' from the European. The into possession of the property abd make

Specialist in Genital, Urinary an Rectal properties, being a sure cure for malaria, Chinaman can write all day, work all bis home in Virginia for a part of the COTTON w

Diseases. diphtheria and dyspepsia, and Is a valuable day, stand in one position all day, year. Mr. Caruth is a gentleman of culture SOFT SEINE TWINES.A .

Located antiseptic. An ordinary Spanish weave, beat gold, carve ivory, do Infinitely and taste and lurge wealth and
at Tlacide Hotel, pine, canned, will weigh one and a half tedious jobs for ever and ever and will be able to do much to add attractions PKRr-CCT BTllRneOM TWINE.

Jacksonville, Florida. pounds, can and all, while one of our discover no more weariness and irritation to this beautiful rosort. The natural CABLE CORD8 o MACRAME.E. .
tban if he machine.- This bridge was first made accessible to
were a
fill six of' such
will five
average pines or JOHNSON 4 .. m .
in early life. There are the public by the late Colonol IL O. EMORY o
Pineapple, Orange and Lemon cans, and the quality of fruit is not comparable quality appears Richmond and CONN.Notice.
no restless, naughty boys in China. Parsons, who built the MOODUS, .
Land For Sale, Cheap.I at all. There are two things we They are all appallingly good and will Alleghany railroad in 1881 and opened

have to guard against in pineapple culture plod away in school without recesses or tbe western part of Virginia to the tour WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS.I
extreme heat and cold. The tight recreation of any kind. The Chinaman ist. Colonel Parsons did much to bring .

have for sale 80 acres of pineapple board fence around the pinery and the can do without exercise. Sport or play out tbe natural bounties of the glen and .

land on St. Lucie river, a few miles below slat roof protect the plant sufficiently seems to him so much waste labor. He pnrk, and the to neb of bis taste and bis

Eden, 40 of which being northeast from the burning sun of the summo", can sleep anywhere amid rattling machinery rare sympathy with, nature are seen allover In the Circuit Florida Court, In and for Ilrevard

quarter of northeast quarter of section but not always so from freezing weather.To deufening uproar, squalling the estate.Tho County, 1st ClCA.tCKUY!

18, township 38, south of range 41 east; afford greater protection from next children and quarreling adults. He can Oldeal Pbotoerepher. Asron A. iMftrsiiw, "1V 'C V. TS0A I 0SY. *7" 0Af.W .
Me other 40 is the northeast quarter sleep on the ground, on the floor, on abed *. I Hill to foreclose PHFFER'S NHnVIGOR DID
winter's cold, I have planted a hill of chair in The Boston Transcript saya: "Joslsb Darld M. K southeast position.Prao.
of section 3 on a or any ,
quarter 1% kihI qui* kljr MtfOthor
CurtwtjwU-M.
IWtj
jaiia pu-vnrfiilty
wife JC township 38 south of 41 east. Florida velvet beans at every post In the Rev. Johnson Hawea, the .oldest working | niun n>**tn bn% nmnb Ii cl range ___ sppoarlnic by the affidavit of I). I: Oaulden, r*>fK>v t*jraitii.rtjl lmr. Ah-mlutvly 4ui v*>
The above land can be bought for $10 pinery, and will permit the vine to photographer in this country and probably attorney for the coinulairuint. Ill*r M rv Hsjii ai, J o* Vl.twil.jr.
Per acre. It is suitable for pineapple, climb and by fall the roof will have a Dr. Rawlins saya that the elevation in tbe world, has just celebrated his that tbe tlareiHlunta, Imvlil M. Kriirer- lnt *r t M> r,# M rtwlltntf IwHtly fmlMUM.Mrm rr.V I.lch .

"JS/fft/ lemon or lime growing. covering of foliage so dense that of the extremities will quickly relieve ninetieth birthday. He has occupied ttie ton and of Ilia the wife HCate, Juno of Florida Kdirerton, and, are are txilh nonrealilante over- (.* ami alt *frf oif nf if o'nui or1n
l-cr Wmrtin tntmnltr i
velvety < *fVin. n< erniaumptlit
i.on' i.
will bo sold in lots of 40 acres, for the symptoms of seasickness by increasing same studio, at 10 Tremont row, since the a e of twenty-one yeara,anil that there la noperaon .lHt ilrutrkfiMt Irnito** w<7rttil-a mbai.t.i.A
.. This land will soon be worth *50 frosts will nof be feared. It is an experiment the arterial pressure and tbna diminish 1843, when be started in business with In the Mtale of Florhut aerrlue f subpoena you r> rftnajiyfMs| | ) *vm-it**!*frx'tlt, Inelatun!. .*
upon whom would bind tbe aald tlefendanta Irtii afKKsPKHWKHVaHiOIt or Nml tot
Per faith init
acre. with me, but I have the anemia of the nervons centers Mr. Southwlck, who died a few years JMvId M. Kdirerton and Jane Kditerton, Cm.b*imrrhMt la .p Apply to C. n. 'Walton, Advocate results later.I the enfeebled action of the and that the aald Iiavld M. Kderton| and Jane p r. p r ha*, or 4 f<>* aifjS. witn A !*>....vj
and will report due to ago. Mr. Hawea is still vigorous and attends -. Written. 4mmrmmt*+ to J r arlUland )*>
fflce realile at lliirllnicuiii, HIte of Wle.conaln
:
to fcdKetton
or
Bobbins A Graham, Titusnils would say to all lovers of this fruit, heart. The application of warm flannel to all the details of trade. He was | It la therefore ordered that tt defend,

nf"hat buy the Orlando pine, as it Is In every bandage's to the legs and arms will in. the first to make daguerreotypes in this ante,David M. Kdserton and Jane Kdicarton, lie
roqulred to appear and answer euuiplaluanta Sold J, B. only.
by 8crerent
respect the finest flavored, most delicious crease the effect produced by the simple City, and all the famous men and women bill of complaiut on the

do yon teed in the way of and perfect fruit growa anywhere elevation. In this way he waa able to of a generation ago, including Daniel FIOIlTKEXTil UAV OF JUI.Y, IWie.of *J
?" 'Pe note and letter heads, bill make two ladies comfortable during a Webster, Rufus Choate, Jenny Llnd, aald bill will lie taken aa eonfeaaeal and com.plalnant A

w 1' Btatements, tags, cards, etc? on the globe. desire journey to India who had previously Baron Rothschild, Edward Everett, said eanae.It lie. allowed to proceed ea-parte with Royal-tansy
e "<> be glad to have a share of your Should any of your readers suffered seriously from severe seasickcess. Charlotte Cushman, Longfellow, Whittier la further ordered tbat this order tie pnhliahed pills

J* We have a first-class 1ob depart- further Information and they send postage Med. Reporter. Parker, Emerson, Alcott, Lucy In one tbe* lam eaWi**week KirM for Aonx'Ara.four eoiuecutlrewoaka a nawe.Piperpubllabed jiEWinari.vr.aT. NRTrarAita.A .
,rallahla and aafe rallaf f.r
M connected w"" 'the Advocate, I will cheerfully reply.Capt. Laroom and Uraoe Greenwood posed for at Tltuavllle, Mrevard county, araauao.naw a, all we aslc Is a thare of your work. Wilbos. ,Now am r"*'sevoewl
E. A. Jesse James, the 30-year-old son of him la this same studio. Wltneae the If on.John D. Broome, Judge of *l a.*lavliforelae.. thaae araaaa. IWwaa -
Orlando, Fla.Mrs. the great bandit, has bought the cigar said omrt, aa wall aa A. A. Htewartclerk thereof .a *S a.gMM r bua. aiaali timluubmm.Ui.tl,Jlatneaapar. e ne.wala.1
,and tbe aaal of aald unun al the court bouee, In |ilaln wraiipar. isautl in !
stand in the corridor of the courthouse this June Intb.Hu*. .laiava fiv eartietilarw. e l4 Sr Imm|
Borer's Way of MakingLemonade.. in St. Loo is. For several years he bss Jfotlce for Publication. junlT-julla A.A.HTEWABT, innM< l clerk In the Armour packing I Heal I Clerk Clreult rourt.
la burins.xtTeviiaeefbecaaaetbeeoev. u M>Mirl> <,1 The juice of one lemon with three worked bouse as, a has cared for his mother, educated Land Office at Gainesville, Fla., 1 (Circuit Court | By O. it. Htewart, JJ.V. by J. B. Soreren, only.Doa'l .

f cultivation waeted on Inferior ererte June 13,. IMW.
always largely iioRdl the orlsiiuil tablespoonfuis of sugar and half a pint his sister, paid off the mortgage
"at of Me bast and diarrel aeaua lane lemonade. Asa on their borne and is said to be a shrewd NOTICE Is hereby aiven tbat the rollowlne-; Tokerre tell a4 eBHise Tear Uf* iwa*.
be used as art liar baa flled notice of bla Intentloa -
had. The beet la alwm III* of water may Notice to Creditor*.
caeeaeet. Pay a crtfla more forFERRY'S Is made by and most estimable.yonng man.asar to make final proof In support of tolaelafm To quit lonsceo easily and forever, be magnetic
rule, however, lemonade ,ami tbat said prn r will be nude before lull or life, aerre anil visor, take NoToilae -
and water together, using Clerk Circuit Court at Tltuarllle, 11* on Jolrso creditor*, leicateea, distributee* ami all ,the wniuler-worlier, that oiakea weak mea
boiling sugar OrlDIa, of TI Tlil
aveqoeet. Kindred I> o ,
Imm, tbi AIX
the Is *baring; claim*or demand* again*! strong. All drusslsts,foe or II. Curesuareneea -
When tat the enat-hair ufaontheaat
r.m.. Homestead
rind. syrup iwm.
a little of the She But won't yoa have your picture of section 'JO, towneblp 21, thaeatateoC Bernird C. Smith, deceased. Dookls* end sample free. Address
cool yoa make it palatable ,wlth the taken, Paul? eontb ranga qi.arter 34 eaat.Ha are rennlred to tble preaenf the same to ma within Bierllag Kesaedy Co, Chicago or Now Yorlc
witneeeee to hieeontlnuooe two yaara,of notice wilt be plead lu bar of
Mbs. S. T. Robib In the whom? unM tbe following prove oialma-
lemon juide. He For reeldenee a and cultivation of, such
i l nlmin gat your money*worth.I Ladles' none Journal. She For me. Yon are so seldom at aald land, vlsi Hrock Kerala poo ,of Tltuarlllo, Its.: All peraooa owing said eatate are aotlfletl to communication* for this
*!*" eanta par .paper,everywhere. July Ham rutrh.of Tltnarllle, fla.I Mark Tucker,ofTHuavUle settle tnelr account* with me.W. 5yAll paper
AlWaya th.iM d Aaanal free. borne now that I'm likely to forget bow ,ria.; C. U. Flood,of Tltoarllle, Fla.W. I. AIXKX, should be adaressed "The Advocate
k0.M.FEB>YACa.0elrattMlclk1 Two thousand two hundred train* yoa look. Der Dorfbarbier. O. ROBJXSOX.Beglster.. Jensen, Fla., Tttasville, Fla." This will Insure Immediate

21 hours. maytt-July*. Administrator. attention.
leave London ordinarily every



INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 8, 1898.



-* INDIAN RIYER ADY0CATE. +- of from $4 to $12 per month, and in lawful money of the United taken place nearer at band; but those SAYE MONEY And 3ny From # **
this after paying a pension attorney States. The law 'provides that it who were fortunate enough to be present
were well repaid forgoing, as all the
an amount equal to one or shall be illegal for a collector to
skill In the
W BKLY JOUHWAl. DZVOTKD TO TM DSTBbOPMCNT riders exhibited considerable
A
OF THE IMDIAK MVKK, LAKK two years' pension, and waiting give any receipt for taxes on any tilt, which to say the least was exciting. tme 3 ib. zbo-ctzess

WORTH AMD BIHOAVHa BAY SECTIOHS. one to ten years for an investigation. property until his poll tax is paid ; The course was 120 yards long, with five ,
but here is law poles from which the rings were suspended
| no authorizing the
and there were eleven contestants Feed Garden Seeds
Grain Flour
PUBLISHED IVKHY riUDAY.CBAM.ru tax collector to refuse to avcept the for the pi izes. Hay, Grits

Military companies have been poll tux when tendered, although Three beats of five rings each were ,

H. Waltoh, Editor dc Proprietor, formed composed exclusively ofcowboys the taxes due on other property ran, making a total of fifteen rings to betaken Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.
by the knlgbts of the lance. The
others of owned by the person making the
; society youths, Hist prize of $20 was secured by Ansel
Dl.rnnttnuance of a at this office or by writing;. Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless to
and Indians, What would law had been passed of that nature second of $12 bv Mid Osborn, 13 rings; man o'
cash the Closes Wilte
beast. sell for on ); Margins. for
be the matter with a regiment of it, would have been useless, as it third of $5 by Klrby Osteen;. fourth of Only quotations.
Check,etc,may be made payable to Cii am.brH. and the fifth of
*3 Willie Cleveland
could not have been enforced. The by Office 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE
loafers who know how :
WAl/ros,publisher and proprietor village Just $1 by Kobt. Singleton. Osteen, Cleveland FLA.P. .
to carry on the war ? There is a capitation or poll tax has been and Singleton (Root.) tied In tho

A'lilrein all eomraunloatloni toINDIA3J great deal of talent ( ?) going to made a pre-requisite to voting, and tilt, each with 12 rings to his credit, and Try a Sample

IUVEU ADVOCATE, waste, and some method should be every facility should be afforded in a float heat for five rings got five, four E. McMURRAYBAKER. of

TITUSVILLE, FLOUIDA.IT. devised so that the country may for the payment of such taxes, in and The two other ridgs scores respectively.were as follows OUR $25.00 OSE

absorb it.Wk order that no citizen may be deprived Dixie Sumraerlin 11 lings.

of his right to vote. Jake Morrow 11 HORSE FARM

S. I>ci>artmeiit of Agriculture Chap Osborn 9 "
must not forget that "cleanliness "
Chas. Singleton -
Weather JJureau Jupiter, Fla.Tho is next to Godliness." On THE FOURTH OF JULYTITUSVILLE. IN A. T. Feaster 0 WAGON.H .
Axles, 1J Tires, Patent wheels, double box, shafts and
the condition of our yards and D. B. Pritchard 5 Spring Seat.
W. B. Waddell was judge; L. C. Brannlng Bicycles, Sundries, etc.
premises mainly depends our good
comparative statement
following isa
rainfall for the timekeeper; Cbas. Case, starter. Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
and
of tempeiatfiro or bad health, especially during How It Wm Celebrated.
week ending Tuesday, July 5, 1808.181(8 TUB UUN SHOOT
-1897 the summer months. All weeds, When Tltusville's citizens mal/e/ up
( trash, and grass should be cleared their minds to celebrate any special Commenced at about 11 o'clock, and The NewSelden
event in was held on the Titusville Gun Club'sgrounds
away some distance from the a befitting manner, they go atIt
in which commands near the ice factory. Spectators
a way success,
house, and no slops, dish-water, orwashwater and the celebration of the above auspicious tilled the grand stand, the fair sex predominating

thrown neur. Good occasion at this place on Monday and to those who delight In Door
health and good management go last was no exception to the rule. the sport of clay and live pigeon shooting Cypress Company

hand in hand. The various places'along Indian Klver, a very inteiesting exhibition of )
and even further south, were represented marksmanship was presented. The
by both young and old, who came by shooting, taken altogether, was remarkably
Total rainfall for the week: 2.43 Indies That Cuba will be Americunlzed train, steam and sailboat to participate good, and the various matches were
Departuio from normal rainfall for the in and enjoy tho many pleasures and participated In by a number-of gunners, Opened October 1st, 1890, turned the steam on to
week: plus 1.10 Inches. Departure within three years after the close other arrangements that had been pro.vlded for the most part home men. A iccess

from norm.it rainfall since January 1, of the war, and that within five for their amusement and comfort- was taken for dinner, the shoot being One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door Sash Blind
minus 13.81 Inches.J. years the population there will not The steamer St. Augustine arrived here finished in the afternoon.In ,

W. CnoNK, Observer. include less than 1,000,000 emigrants at 10:15: a. m., with about 100 passengers match number one, for seven Blue
and General Wood Plants in the United
from down-river points to enjoy the Uocks, first money was divided between Working States.
from the United States, is day's festivities. W. B. Waddell and D. B. Piltchard, who

One hundred and the prediction of an official high in With the dawn of morn began the tied in ths final shot for the honor of And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eight
TITUSVILLE. south of Jackson the administration. If the Cubans boom of the cannon firecracker and the first place with A. D. Penney and L. C.Branning. years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the best

ville. Is the county seat of Brevard. ItIs are successful in establishing aBtuble blowing of horns, announcing that Independence These four gunneis had six possible mateilal and workmanship at our hands. Our production will cover
the head of navigation on the famous Day was at band and summoning birds each to his credit in the first trial.C. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Gl.isn, etcCHAS.
Indian River, and Is in tho orange, pineapple and efficient government, all who had not already done so to K. Stewart and A. T. Feaster, five
and vegetable section of the East under which life and property will leave the alluring arms of Morpheus and birds each, got second money; and C. J.

Coast. It haw five white churches, (rood be safe, this is not unlikely tohappen. make ready for the celebration of this Yates, four birds, thlid money.
schools, 'residences and stores, tannin great historical event. It was not long Second match, ten Blue Rocks L. A. N. WELSHANS
and Ice factories, bank, newspaper, two eie our streets presented an animated Brady, J. M. Field and C. R Stewait, ,
hotels, several board Ins; houses, two railroads appearance with their throngs of busy nine biids, first money; Waddell, eight
steamboat lino, electric lights, Chauncey M. Depew woikers. The town was soon gaily birds, second money; Feaster, Branning
shelled streets, eto. For hunting and speaking decointed with bunting, flags and other and Hobinson, seven birds, third money. CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
of the present relations between Third match miss and out at live ,
Ashing, this section Is excellent, and is appropriate displays, and wore an unusually ,
quite a puradiso for hunters and yachts the United States and England, patrlotio aspect, particularly soin birds Penney and Piltchard, two birds,
men. The hammock land for oinnge, says : "I believe that the great the business portion, whero the Stars first money; Waddell and J. M. Field HAIR AND LATH. **
sugar and vegetable growing Is said tobo friendship of the English people and S til pes floated proudly from the (Indianola), one bird, second money.
some of tho iinest in the State.Aftkk Advocate and other buildings and also Fourth match, seven live birds Wad-
for us, which has been so cemented from various flagpoles in other parts of doll, six birds, first money; Feaster, five State Agent L & M. Paints and Oils.

during the present crisis, will result our burg; while the shipping in the birds, second money; Brady, Pritchard,
each Spanish "victory" in something more than a harbor flew the Ameilcan, Cuban and Field and Koblnson, four birds, third Old 'Phone 8. )i>\ 13 Hogan Street, I

the of bread In Spain took urBse mere understanding between the British colors, and was gay with other money.
price bunting. The Indian Klver hotel had Fifth match, five single and five pair JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
| likewise In tho United two nations in the future. It a festive look buth Inside and out, and Blue Rocks Field, thirteen birds, first

Stutes.Thk. would be a glorious alliance that the ariistlc duooiations of the dining money; Brady and Piltchard, twelve

of the two great Anglo-Saxon races room and pleasing arrangement o* the birds, second money; Waddell, ten birds, .HAMMOND
tables showed excellent taste on the third money. sj PACKING CO.
llrltlsh cultured Manila in standing "togetherfor humanity part of Mesd.imes Stevens and Gaulden, Sixth match, miss and out at live . ..
17>J2 with a fleet of fourteen ship*, and peace. who snpeivised everything. A large birds Waddell and Piltchard, one bird,

and held it for fifteen months, but number of people took dinner and supper first money. (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.)
at this popular hostelry that day. Seventh match, seven live birds Feaster
it returned it Science promises to revolutionize
not wanting to tipuin.

Although the atmospherical conditions and Piltchard, six birds, first money; OUR SPECIALTIES
the present modes of warfare, weie somewhat threatening, Waddell, five birds, second money; :

The oltlcinls of the various express and to lessen the importance ofcoal. happily no r.dn fell to mar the succossful Brady and Koblnson, four birds, thlidmoney. "Coin Special" hams and breakfast baco'n"Coin

have decided that It is said that liquid air cairylng out of the day's programmeas .
companies used In with has sometimes bueu the case on former 'The scorers were Capt. A. W. Buie Special" canned meats."Calumet"
.
will be required to the conjunction steam, and Kobt. Pentland
shippers pay occasions and with a cool breeze while M. S. Jones,
war revenue tax, plus the expresscompany's would double the speed of a war throughout the day, also the friendly jr., acted as referee.BARBECUE.. hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .
rates. vessel and save three quarters of shelter from the hot rays of the sun .

-w her coal, especially so in the latter afforded by the cloud*, the weather was leaf lard.
case when it is taken lnt** consideration as pleasant as one could wish for. At noon the barbecue, which had been Homemade lard."Peerless"
pure .
The latest use to which glass is that Seats weie kindly pl.iuod by Messrs.Losley prepared in the park for the visitors,
eight hundred cubic
aid to be put is for fence posts.An A Motlow on both sides of was the drawing caid for many, and the compound lard, sausages
feet of natural air is
English firm recently received represented Washington avenue for tho accommodation wants of all present were promptly and
by one cubic foot of liquid air. of the visitors, and eveiytliing well satisfied in this direction. The and all Packing House Products.
an order for 500, to be of the usual else was done to insure their
barbecued and
other
enjovineniof meats
This gives some idea also of the accompaniments
size and grooved for the reception the.-Fourth In Titusville. Spuial of the dinner were neatly arranged FLORIDA BRANCH : -Jacksonyille Fla,
expansive of the
of wire.It great power atmosphere facilities were also affoided tho vUirois on long tables under the shade of the ,

when liquified. for shopping at the various stores while trees, presenting a very inviting appearance tidr" Write us for quotations, and you will be pleased.JEWELED. .
In town. We undeistand that a good and if one can judge by looks the
would appear that Lord Bute's business was.done by our enterprising affair was thoroughly enjoyed and proved
elfort to encourage marriage at The comparatively humble abode storekeepers, which must certainly have one of the most attractive features of .

Cardiff, Wales, by offering a dowry of the late Lord Randolph Churchill been the case If we could judge by the the day. JM&. WATCHES CLOCKS
crowds In the different business houses ,
once a year to a deserving girl, has is placarded with the announcement at all hours (lifting the day. MINOR SPORTS. E'If<3.i13l?

proved a failure. Not a single application that it ia for sale. "This "fine, BAND PERFORMANCES.At After dinner the minor amusements, Jewelry Diamonds
has been received for the medium-sized residence, as It is which took place on the vacant lots at ,
in twelve months.No described, is a curiosity in its way. about half past seven In the morning the corner of Washington avenue and
dowry
The fact that a house of dimensionss6 the Indian Klver Band, under the Main street, occupied the attention of WATCHES Souvenirs, Wedding Rings and Presents.
humble leadership of XV. E. Votings, repaired to and afforded conxideiable diversion for
sTAMrs are required on tax it has only one their bandstand and enlivened the occasion all especially In the climbing of the gieasy

receipts or certificates issued after wide window to Its entire breadth by tho rendering of the Star pole, which feat, however, could not be FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING
on each of its four stories should Spangled Banner and other patrlotio accomplished by any of our nimble SlLVERVWf
July 1. The stamp law does not selections, which were much enjoyed by folks
have beeir the residence for years young although repeated anddetermined A SPECIALTY.
apply to any act required to be of who our townspeople and otheis, arousing etloits were made to secure
performed In connection with the a man was England's largest thorn to an enthusiastic appreciation of the prize of #2 ottered to the successful Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way. K. J. RILES,
financier, as Chancellor of the the day, alieady heightened by the news climber. In
assessment and collection of state the spoon-antl-egg race, 225 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.BASEBALL. .
Exchequer, gives eloquent testimony of the Santiago victory received that Sam-Vanlandlngham, was the only one
and county taxes. to the purity of English politicians morning. The open-air concert given by who managed to keep his egg in the
whose the members in the afternoou was Indeed spoon, for which accomplishment be tandingham, prize of $1.00. both spectators and those taking part;
The improvements in the general knowledge, used unscrupulously a treat to all loveis of good music, was the happy recipient of $1. Lloyd Three mile lap race ((3 laps per mile) while the various figures made quite
or for selfish ends, and the deafening applause which Fulke came in first In the boys' sack Wesley Joyner, first prize, $7.00; Fen pretty scene.
make-up of the Sunny Land, published' could make them the easy masters greeted the performance needed no race, seeming the (1 prize, while Hall tress Davis, second prize, IJ.0O; W. Thus ended Titusville's Fourth of

at Miami, is very noticeable, of big fortunes.It further demonstration that it wits one Godbold wus made richer by 50 cents for Daugheity, thlid prUe, $2.00. July celebration, one and all alike pronouncing
and reflects great credit on Brother to feel proud of. We think, however, gaining second place. The wheelbariow All the pi izes were won by Titusville it most enjoyable In many

C. M. Gardner, its editor, It is that many people weie disappointed in race was omitted owing to the timo ap riders, as no outsiders participated. respects .
not having an oppoitunlty to listen to portioned to the minor thronitea
sports having The Advocate office was
quite a publication and we We think there ought to be a FIREWORKS DISPLAY.
newsy more of the band's sweet discourses. already expired, but notwithstanding with visitors'fiom time to time during
are glad to note the tradespeopleof fair prospect of the project that that fact the continuous rounds of fun There was a grand display of fire woi ks the day. many of them being bright,
Miami are giving it so much advertising the liquor interests of the United TUB BICYCLE PARADE affoided were none the less appieclated. in tue evening on Washington avenue young Indian lUver ladies. They *

support. States build a first-class battleship Was tlie next feature on the pro under the usual able supervision of W. I all gladly welcomed to our sanctum,and
and present it to the gramme, and was participated in |by a M. Brown and Seward F. Gray, which rested while viewing our laige photoorilliantly -
i government fair number of riders, what costumes Baseball was played for an hour or so Illuminated the town for a graphic collection aud the many ether
Senator Morgan seems to have being realized. Experience has were worn being appropriate and well in the afternoon, but as no opposing couple of hours, and kept both the old things of Interest we had to show
been one of the most enthusiastic doubtless qualified the liquor interests designed; while all the wheels were teams were present and there were not and young in a quiver of excitement at
of the Now for such a task. It certainly more or less prettily decorated. At 8:10a. : sufficient players here to make two nines, this demonstrative iemembrance of the
war agitators. we seems but short m. the procession formed at the F. E.C. there was no match. The boys, however glorious Fourth. Unfortunately the
would suggest that he be made a a step from"schooners" Ity. depot, and proceeded from there managed to have a good time practising steamer carried away many of the visi
colonel and go In the front ranks to war ships, and it is through the principal streets of the but hope next year to be able to tors on her return trip after the bicycle

of the invading army, where he very certain that no body of men town, the United States and Cuba, represeutcd make the baseball feature more Interest races, so that they were deprived or see
have chance to work for his can run up against any work of by Miss Mildred Woodward and ing. Their costumes of red blouse, white ing the brilliant spectacle close at hand,
may a the liquor interests without John C. Jones on a tandem, being at the duck knlckeibockers and blue hose were but they probably had the benefit of the
beloved country as well as to"blow" getting head. Following came Jiramle Buie avery strikingly picturesque, in addition to display at a distance.ORAND.
for it. "half shot" at least. Moreover, realistic, but minature Uncle fcain; being a decided and appropriate novelty.hicyclk BALL.
when it comes to "bottling up" a Kufus Bobbins, representing"!* brigadier-
Spanish fleet, such .a war ship general; Mabel Schuyler, on artistically- races.At The dance at night in the Opera
is that of the decorated wheel with rontonPaddison House, under the auspices of the Indian
probable many should be able to put Schley's canopy; four o'clock the crowd was lined Klver Band
was a decided
war taxes, which went' into effect Mexican; while among the on Washington avenue to witness the numbers success, if
squadron to shame. The can
liquor bicyclists not In costume were the Misses count for anything, fo It
bicycle races then In older. Some
good rid
July .1, will remain permanently, interests have Kate Piltchard LeiU is estimated that over 200 people
always developed Beat, Louise ing was done by those participating, and in were
although the banks and the Internal considerable talent when it comes Brown and others. afforded much excitement for the on fair attendance. The members of the

Revenue Department differ to painting a town red ; now let us The first prise of $2.30 for the most lookers. One of the riders had the mis those sex present formed and the larger portion of
about the effect of the law. We in appropriate representation went to Jiminie fortune to fall during a race, but was dresses with their pretty
artistic work of this bright faces
get some Buie, the second of #1.50 to MabelSchuyler not seriously hurt.In and grace, added
fought Great Britain on a stamp kind* on some Spanish seaport if and the third of *1 to Miss the one mile novice, John Gold oy tuelr presence a charm indescribable.
tax, but we impose it as soon as a Woodward secured Although the evening was rather
the war lasts long enough. and Mr. Jones. the first prise of $2.30, and W. for warm
thou All the representations were food, dancing, the affair was generally
war begins. "Consistency, ( particularly Daughtery secood prize, $1.73.
enjoyed, the
art a Jewel." so in the case of the two last- One mile open (time limit 2.30)) The anion, and the floor muslo being in peifect con-
named riders.Col. by Professor
K.roeger
race not -
being run within the time limit
YOUR POLL TAX. W. (J. Wlnans (of Eden), F. II.Boye the first prize of #7 was divided between, all that could be desired. Twenty

Truly the position of the private and Rev. A. W. J. Best were the Fentress Davis and Wesley Joyner; S. an numbers Intermission were on the programme, with

soldier is not to be envied, when The state comptroller says that judges. W. Perkins got secood prize of $2.30. of twenty minutes, and

once through with the glory ( ?) of any person.who is liable to a poll tovbnamknt.i Frank One Webber mile youths first (under 15 years) h2SviBJffM morning.kep* Up onUI th m 11
$1.73
war, if during an action he is rendered tax has the right to pay said taxcannot Owing to the out-of-the-way course Vanlandingham, second prize prize, $1.00.; fcara'l JEhebLls<1drlwere, unique de

unfit for further service in at any time, and this right elected for the tournament, this interesting Five mile open ((13 minutes) Fentress forming parture for several Titusville rW, In that t.r.ii instead of

the army. The disabled private be abridged or denied byquirement re test of horsemanship was not Davis, first pr1 $0.00; Wesley Joyner, particlDatin T coul>le t ''l
will receive ny witnessed by as many people as would second prize; $.100. combined. dancing as one Ask for Db. Ede-Vs JIom ep
the munificent pension except that it be paid havebeen, the case bad the contest Slow Race (100 yards) W. E. v JS!! afforded ih cbn e a decIded novelty.
considerable amusement for HEADACHE POWDERS.



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INDIAN HIVKB ADVOCATE, JULY 8, 1898.



tmmtM*the* pnn. Georgiana.

Archie Chambers went to Titusville FERTILIZERS.

on Mondav, to help oelebiato the Fouith.Mrs. .
*
s .
Flora Wittfeld, Mary and Call
went over to Oceanus Monday, to spend
the Fourth with Mrs. Black.Mrs. .

T. G. Carter and daughter, Miss
Bessie, left last Tuesday for their home
in Deadwood, South Dakota.Mr. .

and Mis. Wethey, Roy and Cecil SCO

Harriett, left here on Saturday for Jacksonville ['1

soldiers,, etc.We tocelebiate. the Fourth, see the I


AKlHPOWDER had another fire started near Mr.

Pierce's dock, on the cast side, a few A.11 Around 37>oxrtlldLssox>.

days ago. Fortunately It was discovered ZJf Before buying the following Materials be sure mid apply tous
beforo much damage was done.Mr. Price $25.00.GUARANTEED .

Absolutely Pure Waguer shipped from Mrs. Smith's rlh ANALYSIS; for pi ices, and wo will prove to you wo can savo you money.STKAMKD .

place on Saturday a down crates of line
Moisture .. stain
BONE RAW BONK
pineapples, sixteen to eighteen to the Ammonia ',, ].. ... K to M ,
crate. This shows what a good shed K<|tial to giilpnata of Ammonia... ... 3o to an BLOOD AND BONK, ACID PHOSPHATE,
will do for them."Uncle Available Phoniihotio Arid ... a to
MWU. BA1UM SOWOSS CO., mw VQIW. Kiiml to Bono rnusuhaw of time ,.. 11 to 1.1 DISSOLVED BONK, NITRATE OF SODA
1'otaohKJO ... am *
Hughle" enjoys the celebration Equal to gulphat*of rot-ant!..... ,. t. in SULPHATE OF AMMONIA T0I1ACCO STEMS
of the Fourth of July more than Magnesia, Lime, Soda, eto ... M tmmC3T ,

most people, as It Is his b iithday. He Write for Special Pamphlet.2JT TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,
is not so sensative about his age as the
Key West. ladies are, and pioudly stated the fact COTTONSEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.r .
that he was "sixty years young." Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low

H prices. .
The V. S. steamer Dolphin bas left for The burning of Win. Hindle's nice
News to undergo repairs. home and all its contents at Cocoa, on
\ewport the Fourth, In the forenoon, was a sad Please Correspond -with hh bofoi-e lioing induced to buy from Donlurt*. Send for
Marines to the number of 250, and affair. The whole inside of the house

officers, arrived on the Mascotte Fiiday. was a mass of flames befoie it was discoveied. Pamphlet.

Commander Forsyth has been confined It was with difficulty that the LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO
sickness for several days. ducks were gotten out of the yard; nothing
to bis room by else could be saved. Mrs. Hindle isIn ,

Three One horses belonging to A.Brost Georgiaan invalid; Mr. Hindle had
were poisoned with ground glass gone to Titusville that morning. The TaclszaorL-v-illo, IJPlorlca.a,.
origin of the the Is unknown.Mrs. .
a few nights ago.Hon.
Mary Munson. Mr. and Mis. F.W. .
Geo. W. Allen, .collector of customs
for this poit, has returned from Munson, Guy and Cora, Mr. and Melbourne.GOODK Fort Pierce.Mr. .
Mrs. II, K. Hughes, were on the dock
West.Geo. .
The
Premier
hit trip to Key Flour of America.
heie, and had the llag up when the noonK.-Rml Estate and Titans.Airent .
W. Nichols, a largo cigar manufacturer steamer St. Augustine was more than a for .*:tnA, London and Liverpool and Gray paid Woodley a visit on
at this place, has ai lived from mile away. They waved the flag and (llol>e, and Imperial Fire Insurance. 8x| ct l Monday,
attention paid to the interests of mm reside
New York to look after his interests. shouted to her, but she paused on up the u ta.WtK Dr. Hughlett came down Sunday evening

Texas liver, leaving a very much disappointed to see A, Bell who Is quite ill.Capt. .
Part of the Third Regiment party gazing with longing eyes after her.Mr. >T YOU Of) TO MELllOlTn\K.rall at the Unexcelled nS1SI? Biscuit
Volupteers are camped close to North Munson then took them aboard his llazanr, Mrs. Chan J. F. Camphidl. /Co., Millinery A. J. Lewis loft Saturday last to ji
Beach, and com pi tse the flower of Texas. sailboat and went to Cocoa, and from Notion*, Dry Gondii, l-aillim' readymade take In the Fourth at Titusville,
and woven Underwear, Ferris' Renowned
The Yankee, which anlved here a few there went to Titusville on the noon t'oniota,etc, embroidery ami colored silks, Dave Bryant, of Eau Gallic, was a itm X
having captured and train; but half the day's pleasures were souvenir spoons, Stationery, eto.HOTFr. pleasant visitor to town this week.At $
days BR", reports For >rMowsW9il and.
lost through no fault of theirs. They ir
burned five smacks off the Isle of Pines
last the much needed rain has come.We .
returned in the samo way, and reported TIKLMiVFE, MKUIOITRNK, FLA.Lovelv .
recently. a good time the short while they were view of Indian River. In a sheltered are having nice showeis eveiy day.Dr. .

Baseball will be played by the Key In Titusville.J. situation rates.Superior acwnnuiodatlonn. Moderate Pl.ttt has purchased a lino cow

West Browns and the League Island W. It. CAMTOELL, rroprletor.IIOTEt from Mr, Coon, of Jenson, a full blooded
next Monday, for the benefit of the
nine Jersey,
D. CKABII keeps a flmt-cliwn Saloon. Wines
il.iiue monument fund. lieei-H, whlHkl s, brandy and rum, importedand ,
flomoHtio tolmcro nntl RIVERSIDE. MELBOURNE FLA., Harry Sample left Wednesday to
clears cigarettes
The Union Bank of Key West for Price of llW| >r from 91 m to *3 no per gallon.* overlooking Indian River; homelike aeeoinmodatlnn spend the summer at his home In NoithCarolina.
and jroml hoard. Rates $1 50
some reason or other is about to assign.So Prompt attention to telograpU and mall davnrgtino to $7 00 week, according per to "
President R. At Monsalvatge and orders. Terms Cash. Coooa, rla.J. location of per Siierial Hiverpeople. }
rates to hCJOMMISSON
say room. Represented by F. M. BURST JACKSONVILLE FLff.SEEDSField
Cashier J. Fogaity. The publio have LI. CKABB, Agt. C11AH. T. MeHRIl>K, The shipping of pineapples for the .
been notified that on the first day of l'ropnetor.LFOV season Is about over here, very good returns

July the bank would go into voluntary Agt.Roseland. have been received-no far.

liquidation, and as far na yous correspondent A. FKFK. M. P. l'HVSICIAX AND Rev, M, OutlamHiold services In the
could leai n, no reason was given SURGEON, Melbourne, Fla.dipt. Methodist chinch last Sunday* a large and Garden SEEDS. *J
Hardee visit to Rose-
J. Is
G.
on a
infoimed that
We
for this action. (tie congregation being In attendance at both
the dividends weie not large enough to land, coming up fiom Cocoanut Grove servlses.
warrant this- institution In keeping its last Fiiday.J. A. J. Ooode spent Sundny visit,

doors open any longer. It ia stated that Herondon was in Roseland lecently, lng his parents here. The Fouith nas celebrated by a picnic
which was well attended by our citizens, Seed House in the State.
customer of the bank will lose a cent that had Largest
no rounding up some hogs strayed Howell Smith, of Miami, was In town and soma from towns south of lieie.'There .
by its liquidation. over here.D. on the Fourth, saluting old friends. was some patilotle speeches by

Cain is still on the sick list. He Born To Mr. and Mrs. Jas. T. Hogg, the elder ones and the children made Special Varieties of Corn for Floi Ida. Seeds for Fodder crops.

went to Cocoa the latter pait of last a daughter, last Tuesday morning.Messrs. some pretty recitations, and sang some Cassava Seed, 7Ho. per 1, best. Send for Trice LIsA.L. T
Miami. week to consult Dr. Hughlett. songs suitable to the occasion. A very
Noal, Sam Martin, George enjoyable time was spent by all. CAMERON, Seedsman,
Light rains Saturday night and Sun Bell and Wilmoie Ely came home to
The anivals by steamer from Key day. A good shower Tuesday evening, spend the Fourth..las. 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
West are considerable.Mrs. and a laige number of oiange trees in
bloom.Mrs.. T. Hock has* retired from the Eau Gallie.It Also Taper Shell Toucan Trees, 1 to 3 years, Olustoo stock, *13 per 100.
F. W. Kettle of St. Augustine
management of the East Coast Republican.
has arrived here on a visit.It W. P. Underwood had a nairow Kev. W, C. Barnes, we learn, will

Is a long time since the Advocate escape from a rattlesnake bite a few days Mil his place. is reported that Miss E. Kmma

editor came down to see us.Gen'l. ago. In reaching over to shut up a barrel John Ooode had tho misfortune to Dart, who so acceptably taught our
in which were some small chickens, fall through the little bridge on his school last session, will resume charge CHESEBRO BROTHERS *
Supt. C. B. Knott la busily engaged she reached directly over a rattlesnake, place, and lias been laid up for several the coming term; Miss Doit's scholars
looking after the interests of the which was crawling over the board
her
will welcome return.
days, but we Are glad to know lie Is improving.
Iioyal Palm hotel. which she was going to use. Fortunately
she was able to draw back before tho Our old Mend,*A. A.-Ford, visited us WHOLESALE
More than a mile of sidetinck has been last Mr. Ford and his family
snake showed fight. Mr. Underwood Two wagonloads of Malabarltes drove Thursday.
put in by the F. (J. By., to accommodate was allowed to close the barrel that up by moonlight last week to attend the are now located at St. Lucie, his duties

the Increased traffic. night. The following d.iy he started a Literary, held In the Congiegatlonalparsonage. as fish waiden leijulrlng his presence at J7lSII JEALEltS ( /

Several prominent Northern people snake hunt cutting clown every weed A splendid programme ofpatrlotio that point. ,

are registered at Hotel Blscayne, in addition in the yard. Under the last weeds, big songs and recitations were rendered Our amateur fishermen are having

to numerous other guests. enought to hide a snake, the rattlesnake ,*and the tableaux of "Uncle Sam"by great success with hoolc and line, trout No. 1, Kill ton Wholesale Flsli Market, New Yoik.STECTALT1KS .
found. It ciawled from apparently Herbeit Conkllng Liberty, Miss
;
thousands of soldiers was tlshlng being exceptlonallytgood In Banana
Although already there here are, it is probable that nowhere and coiled, ready to strike. A Jessie Uoode; anil Cuba, by Miss Mattie river. One boat took 'MH pounds in : Spanish Mackerol, Sheephoad, Tompano, Illiieflsh, *o) .
called for, and the viper was Brown was well done.
more will arilve in the near future. gun was blown Into pieces. one afternoon's tlshlng. bnnppers, KlngfUh, Trout, Green Turtlo, ICudhead and Canviis-back Ducks. M

Since the arrival of the troops at this quickly Last Monday evening at an the informal home Several of our lesldents visited Titus Stencils piomptly supplied. ICefoiences furnished If desired.
enjoyed
dance was greatly tho Fouith of festivities
ville to enjoy July
influxof
place there has been
a great
bent.A When In want of any kind of building of Mrs. George Husleliurst. Among a few visited Melbourne, and others
people on business-and sightseeing material, in car loads or otherwise, the those present we noticed Mesdames C.H. enjoyed an excursion to Cocoa Ujiach on
big crowd Is the excursion
expected on Builders' Supply Coat St: Augustine, Stewart, Nicholson, Olbbs and Ooode: steamer Spartan. All repoit having had
to-morrow (Saturday). make delivered Helen Valentine Allle and FOR Horrm-Crown
will bo pleased to you a the Misses an enjoyable day. SALE....
A delightful sail to Cape Florida was, pi ice at your station. You have noagent's Mollle Nicholson, Jessie Uoode, Helen
given by Kljk Monroe the first of the or middleman's commission topay. and Jennie Miller, Annie Haslehurst; Miss Kate Bryan returned Tuesday,
week to several of his friends. The and the Messrs. Tom and John Nicholson from a lengthy visit to Fort Pierce, her PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS *

party stopped at the hospitable Cocoanut Ernest Taylor, Wm. Chaffee, 8. F.Gibbs vlster, Mis. < Uude Olmstead, accompanying
Grove home of this -well-known Chas. II. Stewart, Sam Martin. her to spend a few days with Of the following Varieties :
writer on the return trip, and were Daytona. All report a pleasant time. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Bryan..

Wry pleasantly entertained. The Fourth was celebrated hero with J. K. M. Hodgson, John Houston anilII Abbala, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, Ripley Queen, Snrwttt

The hop given in the casino of Hotel Harry Schmidt, of "Schmidt's Villa, enthusiasm, as the news of the destruction J. Stewart were elected to represent Cayenne, Pernambnco and Red Spanish.
got home in time to celebrate.L. fleet filled our hearts this disti'ict at Fort Pierce convention,
Miami of Cervera's
by Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle the
proprietress
Apply to a. C. MATTIIAMS. Florida I'lneapple Co.
beginning to get The exercises consisted of a September SI. The delegates go unlnstructed ,
on the Fourth of July, was II. Robbins Is with )oy. West J'ulm lleach JTm5"ir"
attended by a large number of army settled in his new Beach street cottage. parade by the Home Guards, a jirooesttioii and will choose their own alternates. ,

officers and citizens, and proved a most Is back from by all the little folks to the publiosquaie .
enjoyable affair. Mis. Tuttle is certainly Fred Henler, our agent. looks more wlieie Mayor Fee made a neat The repair gang of the F. E. C. Hallway

an adept in the ait of entertaining. his vacation.aim The In the depot office. little address to the people. The beautiful are here this week, Foieman llciono If you nend any Job piloting, wesli.il ..I BUT OR SELL..*
natural with new city Hag was raised, amid bas considerable woik to d' repl.uing bu pleased to get a shaio of It.B3" .

Quite a rivalry between the Rllles and cheers, by the little children all pulling the station platform and putting in new Confederate Bonds &
West Palm Beach. the Home Guards, on the target range; on a rope, arranged by Mr, Mossman; timbers on the dock. If a new bildge Isto If receive a sample of Money,
you copy
and the Guardsmen rather get the better and as this glorious tlag rose to the be built across the track at Highland the AfivocATK, It Is an Intimation that POSTAGE STAMPS.
breeze. All sang "Star Spangled Banner"and It Is to 1m hoped that It will be
of avenue
Gene Dlmlclc has, moved his soda it.Mr. back "My Country, It Is of Tnee." Mr.Aldln built on, different lines fiom those of the it would give us pleasuro to add your Largest stock In the woild. Address*
of sub
fountain to Miami, and is going to pick and Mrs. Mac. Porter are Hadley,. as "Uncle Sam;" Miss name to our fast-Increasing list
in their present stiuctiiie. scribers. It does not cost three CHAS. I). UAItKEK, Atlanta, Ga.
,
"p some of the stray nickels down there. from their trip to Key Largo Jesste Goode, as Liberty; and Miss Mattie yon
house-boat. They found the key all Brown Cuba, added much to the The suggestion of yellow journalism rents per week (| fslage Included) when
The Advocate Is not only a good advertising right, but failed to catch any Spanish celebration, ,as being dressed In full costume. attributed by the finicky eoriespomlentof taken by the yesr,' and It ran be sent tovou

medium, but is replete with gunboats.- Miss Mollis Nlchweson very uieiUly the M. T., U disproved by the fact In any part of the United States or COTTON ato

Interesting East Coast news.Mrs. has made quite an Improvement presented new Hag to the Home that no notice was taken In this column Canada without extra expense.Guuruiiteo .

L. n. Decker and Master Charles Mr. Ruger his beach front, by planting Guards, which was accepted by Lieut.C. of a certain sensational Item whlcli set

bruber left here, Saturday morning, on on The lack of shade and II. Stewart with very nlc little busy tongues wagging one sweet Sunday 119 cent Interest. LINEN NETTING.
visit to Titusville, returning Tuesday something palmettoes.green for the eye to rest upon speech. As our Home Guards were morning last winter, and which would per ...
night. home the in line In the city they no doubt have served the Idea so> apparently
is the great drawback to a by drawn np twjuare the flatulent Eleven acres land, fronts on Indian
and It la In
uppermost
Our have been presented a tine sppem.ince, snd lisnana Hiver small oottage, 2 artesian
park and streets very sea. is of craolum of the afoiesald M. T. nvtlbblwr, < ;
uch well to say that Melbourne proud wells 1 ,
improved in appearance by having Is quite an Improvement failed to orange
The new postofflce her fine body of men. ami fuel sure if but which this correspondent
the weeds cut down and cleared up by on theV>ld one. The room is called to dtfeud our h-unes notice, because such Items were not Inbis plants, shipped over liOOcraUeast
the "city's free boarders." larger and better ventilated; besides, and they were our hooor they would be round line; and not only this one Item, but season; guavas, mangoes, Japan persimmons
and other fruits Trice
place.
J. A. McDonald was a visitor here on the building stands on a coiner both roof, is covered and among the bravest of the land. Three "there are others." lr<00. Address II, Aovocate on office.Titusville FISHING TACKLE,.
Tuesday, |n attendance at a meeting of with tin shingles, trees were planted In the public square, Fla.
" Democratic County Committee, ofnlch shies, aud being Isolated, the lire risk Is one by Mrs. Chas. Campbell for lier little Superior quality Linen dill Netting'
* he is chairman. Primaries have reduced to the minimum. daughter Mona, she being the youngest Important to Taspayers.At mails from Knox's Scotch thread."

"en decided upon. Daytona was generous this year, and child lo town; one by Miss JesaU, ...HENRY A. ME1STER,.. Samples and estimates cheerfully furnished.
born in
child
the first
chance the Titusville Town
and Port Orange a GiMHle, she being a meeting of
Quite took advantage Ormond Loads Lines ttc.J. .
Corks
a number of our people cave ,
F. C. Conkllng.It
decided
of the to Miami, celebrate. Our citizens divided themselves Melbourne; the other by Council on Wednesday night. It was rinsT-CLAss
n round-trip rate slid Monday to between those two places. Is to be hoped that others will follow to allow the taxpayers another extension S. JOHNSON A CO.,

jnere.spending Among both them Sunday we noticed S. II. There were up hoys enough left and giant suit and plant more shade trees here. f fifteen days in wbicb to pay Barber and Hair Dresser Manufacturers,

Pper ett Joel Dean and D. Miller.J. crackers sufficient to make night hideous After the tree planting the ladies served tbelr town taxes. All property on which 131 South St IJALTXMOItE, ME*.

without counting those who had gone a bountiful dinner to about one hundred taxes have not been paid by July 13 will None but skilled workmen employed.Trtvate P
W. Comstock, a member of the and eighty persons, after which all returned be advertised and sold, as previously room for ladles' hair dressing
school Board. | having the grounds visiting.We deal of to tbelr homes, well pleased with stated In the Advocate; and and It will and Shampooing. Itaxors put In order. Ma-To-IIM f**> nf y Cm's.rjuaraatMd .
round the school-bouse leveled and put shall watch with building a good In the the day's pleasure. be to the Interest of those who liave 113 East Bay St. Iiatlt Kooros. tabasco habit sura, rnsks*weak*
"> proper shape for planting out Bermugrass. Interest Col. Tost's pler not already settled for their taxes to take DM suroDC, blood pare. SO*.M. Aii 0u iats.Tbe .

"O'rection.*' This Is a move la the right Atlantic, jnst Boulevard.t the east The end Urnctur.of his beao-isto [Send the AttVoCATst an order for any advantage of this last extension of time JACKSONVILLE, FLOW DA.

rest ocean upon long palmetto logs.and1;. tho Job printing yon need.] to do so.

57 lumber and other building roaJfial question Is whether they the( lifting r la fact power anyh IF TOU NEED a Good, Reliable and Ke-Te-SM for rifts' Cms*.
else) will resist lor ADYOGATE does neat clean Job Printing.
direct from the Builders* Supply g during g w- * wl.bMm Widely-read Newspaper, Subscribe OnaraatMd tobacco bsbts ears,soaks* weak .
,;? Sf wan's Augustine commission., and save the lumberrd of the all wave sorts of luck In the experiment. the Aotocatb. Ms airoof, blood purs. Ms,U. Aii dro (lsUk


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A Vokon financier. THE VELVET BEAfo.Okxasdo The Tropical Trnni: Line.

The River Trip to the Klondike,"

"by John Sidney Webb, appears in TbeCentury. JFla.

Mr. Webb guys: June 80, 1808,
Tampa & Key West
The "Napoleon of Finance'.* of the region Editor Indian River Advocate : Jacksonville, Railway,

and certainly the richest man Dear Sir As many of the. Advocate JOSEPH H. DUKKEE, Receiver.TboPth .
there, in a brawny Scotchman known an"Big reuders throughout Florida- are largely

Aleck" Mncdoual
to make a large vloan op on bis claim new forage plant the Florida velvet No. 20 No. 21. NoTaT No123 In Effect May aS. ,08. No. 78,

eaid to be $00,000 and invented every bean and as I have had wide experience Local |10 40 p| 913a Lv..JACKB6NVILLE. 64Spm6l

dollar of it In other claim* part pay- In Its culture, I want to give them aome Mixed IllOpYias 936 Orange Park pmBBI
points that will be of great value tothem. Tu. Th, Peoria., m
t ment down, the remainder when tbe .. 813
.Blagnolia. am
10 02alu *
water came iu the spring. Every one When It Is possible, It Is always and Sat p1140p Green cove Springs.,.. 609amBOOam 6 48pmBOOp p m

boat the camp knew of Maodonald'* better to give the crowing vine support 3 46a U40SlB2a 11 00a Paiataa..,. in
the off the thus Satsuma
speculation*, and all were wondering to keep pods ground, Pomona............
laigely Increasing fruitage. To do this, 11 90araoiip ....Crescent City Junction., 3Mam 3 53 p in
he wonld become bankrupt 4 46a
-whether a it is a good plan to mix corn with your 28 a Seville 833 am346am 338pui368pm 12 2Tp,
-or a multimillionaire, Tn< water did bean seed, and the vine will climb stalk, 6 3 38"iw 323a 12 3Upi'dip t.DeLeon Springs 11 SOpo:
Glen wood ......... lOlOpa
.not come down early in 1807 and in.noma giving It the necessary support. A full, 348 L.Beresford.Ar 2 23 am 3 35 p'ni

instances the clean tips on tho well-developed crop will yield you from p l ii p ) DeLand .'. 3 M p m 936.I12p..
claims be bad bought on speculation twenty to twenty-flve bushels to the acre. 's'of'a 12 40pt LvJ lAr aiVam140am 265 pm
Juno
sis ..Orange City 2 24
lip
.came mo close to the day of puyineut The green foiage Is eaten ravenously 438 p t3 4Hp4SSp ....Enterprise pm14Hpm .

that, as the story goes, the gold wua by air stock on the farm, but I would Ar TITUSVILLH Lv HO 30 a in150pm
not continue stock* on It steadily for 3 4U|* ..Mt. Dora...,
paid over "before it was dry. Tbe 4 IMIpI ...Tavares ...
more than a week or so at a time owing'to '
death of two brothers to whom he owed 9001 380 a4KS 40p Ar Sanford LvOrlando. ,
Its 64 per cent of nitrogen. A-few a 3 OOp .. 13 01 p m 12 10 pm 'I8p |
40,000 on a claim is mild to have been days oft! to other feed would be advisable. BIO a 4 Sop Lakeland.Bartow 115 pm 10 25 pm
Jbis financial salvation, because the time Should want to sacrifice your 637 8 20p 6 15 pm 5 3ft am
you 11 Ar..Punta Gorda Lv 3 25pm tie 10
1010 a lOp pm906am
of payment of a debt to a decedent'sestate bean crop, you can cut vine np at any 1 300 p 6 Oftp ........Tampa. 7 87pm
is extended one year by law, tbe stage of growth, and cuie It as hay. All 700 a ..Tampa Bay Hotel '

gold oommiHNioner acting aa jndge at faim stock will eat It greedily; or, what LOW RATES I 830., ThnrA aTu. Snt8un.Wed.SFrl. 6 9 OOp 4fi|> Port Port Tampa..Lv Tampa ArAr 330pm800pm Too p m 8 35a. Thur mlMon. A Rat

probate for tbe time being. JVIacdonaldis would be better, plant a field later, SAFETY COMFORT I QUICK TIME 3 OOp Key West.. Lv Sun. Wed & J rl.

probably owner of an Interest In abonl which you could use as a green forage ArHavana LvAr.
and feed and finally cut and cure as a between Jacksonville and New York.
twenty odd claims, bongbt on his wining Finest OuUlne and Serv.ee, No Transfer
and his wonderful dry fodder. A good average acre will Tbs fleet Is composed of tbe following Handsome New Steel Steamers I"Coma Daily, t Daily except Sunday. tMon.,Wed. and Frl. JTues.,Thurs. and Sat.
knowledge nerve yield nearly four tons. Train leaving Jacksonville 9:13 a. m. arrives Gainesville 1:06 p. in Ocala 3:IHI p. m.. TiMhn3.45

lie paid enormous interest on the money When your bean is ripe in the Fall, cIle', , "Algonquin," "Iroquois," "Cherokee, "Seminole. Trains p. m.,81 Brooksvllle6.65p.rn.and 33 Carry Through dally.Pullman Buffet Sleeping. Cars between Cincinnati and Tamn.|

he borrowed, tonic tremendous risks and pick it. Be careful to place the pods Ina North-Bound. and local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open for accommodation of naasenron

finally won. In some instances during nice, airy,place a scaffold Is best for Union Station,Jacksonville,at 9 p. m.
the winter of 1800-7 money was loaned feur of heat and mould. Nearly all Steamers are appointed to sail acaordlng to the tide. From JACKSONVILLE, KLA., (callingat Charleston), *u 1nd ysJT'e 7S.aJ Ocala 1:55: p Leesburg 3:50, Brooksville 6:43: p. m. Train leaving Jacksonville at 9 Pa
stock will the beans hulls 'ami
At 10 per cent for ten days. your eat K-rnm t'HAHLKSroS. S. C. Mondays, Wednesdays arrives at Oakland 3:0T: p. m.,Lacoorhee 640 p. m.. Tarpon Springs 8 SO p. m., Clearwater in.m.
all, but it la better to have them ground Por hourofsaillugseiT-Clyde; LW Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers. ., St. Petersburg 1000 p. m., daily except Sunday. '

Jofn.l Mansion. up with the bulls, and feed equal parts South-Bound. W. B. COFFIN, D. ACKERLY,

That the old Jumel mansion is to b of bran or shorts. This Is an excellent River New P General Superintendent.- General Pssaengsr A nt
East ?
Steamers are ammlnted to sail from Pier 2 T0rkl t : mr.: .
moved instead of torn down shows tbatwe feed for new milch cows. Increasing the rorCHAKLEBron,. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.Mondays. .
have a little sentiment left. It How of milk largely. For JACKSONVILLE,i"LA.oalllng at Charleston), Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde

means the lease of only a few mors After picking the bean In the Fall, you New England and Southern Lines; (Freight only.)
will most want to turn the dry
of Ufa tbe house! for likely Charleston 8. C both ) Florida East Coast Ry.
years to so soon leaf and vine under for fertilizer. The (Calling at ways

as checkerboard lots are laid off in tbat vine will be found exceedingly tough, "STEAMERS"Inted
follows
quarter and IS story offices and 10 sto.v.tenements and the plow will not break it. On adry. From foot of Hoiran Street,Jacksonville are appol, to sail as IV From Lewis' Wharf. ,Boston, TIME TABLE NO. 15, IN EFFECT MAY 10, 1808.BKTWKEM .

rise around it that, too, will hot, sunny day, run over the field THURSJUAlfS. FRIDAYS.Clyde's

tgo thu way of all other relics of a statelier with a harrow before plowing, and this

and more leisurely time. The manision will break the vine completely.

was put np by Roger Morris inU7C8. Now comes the. Important part the St. Johns River Line.DK .

Wellington stopped in it, and shelling. You will find the pods wonderfully
BABV LINK)
(
JVInio. Jnmel lived in it until 83 yean tough and leatherly, and exceedingly Fla.and intermediate landings on the St.John s River.
hard to shell, and they can Jacksonville,Palatka,Sanford.Enterprise,
ngo. Onr fury for so called improvement hardly be shelled at all, excepting when The elegant Sldewheel Steamer
often carries us too far. There an and from DAY."
pods are crisp dry exposure "1IA1CUY O.
few residences of the common sort put to the sun, and even then they,- often CAFT. W. A. SHAW;
np in the busy districts of Manhattan shell hard. If you want to practice

-that ciiu .claim any outward beanty of economy and use your muscle freely, you Is appointed to sail as follows t
and Saturdays at 5:00: pm
the distinction wbiob is can shell them fairly well by dry Leaves Jacksonville, Tuesdays
enjoy imparted placing Mondays and Thursdays at 0.00 a m
only by a snrrouuding of lawns. Everything pods In a bag and pounding them with Leaves Sanford

is suoriflood to utility. Landmarks all your might with a bludgeon, In this SOUTH HOUND. SCHEDULE.t NORTH ijOUND!

are desirable 'We need them not way a good, strong man will pound out Read down. Read up.
six or eight bushels day. With nswe ,Jacksonville.. Arrive 2 00 a. m.
per ,
Leave 3.90
architectnral lessons but p. in
merely aihifltorlcnl S.00 m.
as
have pnssed beyond that stage, and 8.4A p. in, ...,,.. ....Palatka Leave' 2.30 p. m.
assurances. Washington beoomes have found a better way; we have a 8.00 a. in. ,'.,... * ........ Astor.Francis... ....... 1.00 p.p. m.

more real to us when we can set shelter a two men machine made especially 4.30 a. in., ....... St.Heresford.... ' 12.00 a. m.
a. m
the bo'iKo iu whloh he lodged. The waiIs for the l>ualnewt, that Is capable 6 00 a. m. .- Wue Springs... > 11.00 o 00 a.a. m.m.
.....
a fact, not a tradition, when we seethe of turning out from five to eight bushels Arrive S..HJ a. in Sanford .. K.30 a. m.Gen'l .
9 28 a. in, i Enterprise.
crumbled masonry of Sumter. Poetry an hour, the bonns coming through 118to

iiuil legend attach themselves to these 1)0 per cent commercially clean. This Passenger and Ticket Office, 2Q4 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville.Jmo. .

old housus, and they appeal to our kind'ly Is a large save to us, and one we appreciate

emotions. cool in tbe as many of us .have, as we do,
They are oases F. M.Ironmonorb, Jr., Fla.Pass.Agt.
from ten to eighty acres of beans toshell. .L. Howard. Superintendent,
St.
broiling desert of bricks and flagging.Wo Foot Hoiran St.Tbbo. 20. West Bay ju*

oau still spare room for tbe Jumel \ The Florida velvet bean Is the coming JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
house and ought to have spared room T. P.A., W. H. Hksdsrsojc, E. P.A.
forage and fertilizing crop of the country .O.Kaonn,T. M., W.H.Waruubtok,

for lnuny others like it. Brooklyn there can be no question, and as a 5 BOWLING OREEN, NEW YORK.wjf. HKWSMYKNA ANI1 UKANOK CI I'Y JUNCTION.Nn. .

Eugle.JJo fertilizer, and an upbuilder of overwoikod P. CLYDE CO., General A Rents, 8No| 1| STATIONS. NoTl12Sp No l l4Hp
land, theio is nothing tbat begins to 5 Howling-Oreen,New Tor*. Uelaware Ave., Philadelphia.LAJLLORY KJ5p 10 loa Lv1188a New Smyrna,. ..ArLv
I'lnce For Omkt Men la Austria.J .
equal it. It Is certainly the finest all- OOpB20p I keHelen 12 4ip( (
must take passing notice of anothoipoint round forage, feed, fertilizer and shade 12 0 p .Orance City Ui9p 8 440
8 lilOpjAr Orange Junction.
iu tbe government's measures,foi for the parched and sun diied soil, that STEAMSHIP LINE. _25p Olty U&p
All trains between New Smyrna and Orange City Junction Daily eicept Suaday
be the farm. With
maintaining tranquillity. Everybody can placed upon usIt

says it does not like to see any individual has beeu on trial for several years, and KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
It grows In favor steadily. It is having
attain to commanding inllueuoe iu Florida, New York,
the sinoo such become a broader test tho present season, as I Boston. The steamship City ef ley West of the Florida East Coast Steamahip Company li>a i
country, a man oau and
have sent It on orders to nil the states of Philadelphia Miami for Key West on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays after arrival of tralu from Jacksonville
a disturber and an inoonvenienoe."Wo our Union, to Honolulu Cunada the From Urnnswlck, (via Port Royal. S.C) to New York.PASSBNOER making connections at KeyWeat with ateamar. for Havana. Leave Key Wat II Xp.
talent m. (atandard Urn.) on Tnasdays. Thursday* and Saturdays,arriving Miami next morulasla
have much tho otbei
as as
nineteen Central, and South Amorlcan SERVICE.'To time to ooaneot with north bound train.ThM .
nations, says the citizen resignedly republics, England, Ireland, Scotland, make connections with steamers leave Jacksonville on
and without bitterness "but for the Fiance Thursday at B-00 in., via Fernandtna,clone connection with Time Table, .how the time,at whloh train,and boat, may be expected to.rrlv.and
Germany Italy Egypt and tofarawny p.
,
,
Cumberland Route steamers at Fernoudlna for Brunswick.Htiuper depart from the several station, and porta, but their arrival or departure at the tlmM
sake of tbe general good of the country China and Japan.Cait. will lie served Immediately on leaving Fernandlna.PaHiienicers stated I. not guaranteed,nor doe*the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or say
-we are discouraged from making it over* E. A. Wilsojt. go at ouue on board Mallory steamer on arrival atBrunswick. sauaequenne. arising therefrom.
For eopy of local time oard call at 838 Weal Bay Street. Jacksonville, or addrenJ.
conspiouous, and not ouly discouraged, .P. BECKTWITH. Trafao Haaager. J. jj. KAHNEB. A.G. P. A.m .

but tactfully and skillfully prevented Animal Strength. ,__ __ B*. Augu.tiBe.
from doing it if we show too xuuobpersistence. PROPOSED SAILINGS ILv.
The shell-less lim pet polls 1,084 times
Consequently we have no .New York,Pier 21 E.R ,3 i00p. Hi., (Standard Time.) Lv.Brunswick.
its weight when in the air it is
renowned men. In centuries we have own so June24... ; ...CITY OF SAN ANTONIO.. ,.,.Friday, July 1
Friday,
said, and about double wheu measured 1.... ....... COLORADO I ... Friday, 8
seldom produced one that is seldom Friday, July -
in the water. Fleas pull 1,403 times ' 8... ..........CITY OF SAN ANTONIO.., ...Friday, 15
allowed cue to produce himself. We can Friday, 1 ... .COLORADO ... .... .,........* Friday, U3
Friday, -
their dead Tbe Mediterranean
own weight. OF SAN ANTONIO.... Friday, 20
say today what no other nation of first Friday, ifcl..., CITY
cockle, Venus verrnooBa, can exert
importunes in the family of Christian For general Information, steamers.t
a pulling power equal to 3,071 times URrHY.X.
civilizations can thnt there existino
Buy tbe weight of its own body. So great istho Brnnswlck Ga.C. .
II. H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, ,
has
Austrian who made
name for himself which is familiar an enduring ali power possesst-d by the oyster that If.MALLORY,General Ageut, Pier 20, K.River, and 3tU Broadway,N.Y. Railway;

to open it a force equal to 1,810.5 times
the
around globe. "Stirring TimetIn
the weight of Its shell-lesa body is required.

Austria Magazine," by, Mark Twain, in Harper's If the human being possessed Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad.

in tbatof'
strength as great proportion as

The World's People.Hnbner'a these shellfish, the average man New Florida and Northern Air Lino and Florida Trunk Line. M03T EXOELLENT 8ERVI0E OFFERED OUT OF FLORIDA.

statistical and wonld be able to lift the enormous
geographical
Time Table In Effect May 16, 1808.
tables, as a result of the latest Investigations weight of 9,070,000 pounds, pulling iu NORTH EAST WEST.THROTJOH .

give the population of tl. < the same degree as tbe limpet, and if ,

the'man pulled in the same proportionate NORTHERN POINTS, si "
world at 1,636,000,000. This is an increase *HH % c

ovr tbe figures of 1806 of 28, degree as the cockle lie would sustain Sl 2 PTJXI.MAN 35RAWINO HOOM CABS, DINING CABS,

S, 100,S0O pounds. Popular ToonT4J Lv. .Jacksonville.. .Ar 915a 0 2ftp 8 15a
000,000. .To this iuoreasa Europe is Soup 8 00a > Lvulee... M.ArAr. 834aT5Aa 8 40pTOIIp 7 25aH4.1 THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAINS."WASHINGTON .
credited tilth contributing 6,700,000; ticieuce Kews. 6 4 4A 2HlT |> 8 nanattilfta 42a Oinp0M| ..Fernanillna ...LvAr. *

Asia, 0,900,000; Africa, 7,600,000; *BvStop| |> . Everett ArAr. 7 00a 6 4 p B80a0'J.ip
Brunswick. ..LvAr. B 4llp AND "
SOUTHWESTERN
Thermometers. LiniTED.
America, 3,300,000. The United States, Faulty noipSOOpjlJOK iiaip1IS5 .. .Savannah. ....LvLv 6 20a 4 47p
with its groat growth, estimated by this Ill cases where the column of a spirit ), |> Savannah .. ..ArAr. 510a911a 930a 4 40p Through V.stlbuled Dr.wlng-Room Sleeping Car* between Tampa and J .w T r .
llUaH4M Fairfax, s. C.Lv 6 3 a 2 2lp134p via JacksonviUe, Savannah and Columbia,
thermometer is S 2.lp llWp without ohaag*
separated by one or
authority and its
at 3,800,000, present 10 9 40p ..lienmaik, SC 2 24aii 4 00a
population, placed at 78,300,000, represents more bubbles of air it may be reunited p 9 3ftp SfiAa ' AuiriiKta, Oa 5 20a1155a UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."

more than 63 per cent of the entire by rapidly swinging the thermometer attbe 4U6pSIBp 4 24alllla ' Columbia, 8. C. "" 4TaSOIlp
Siartanl| >urir, 8 C Pullman Drawing Room Buff.t Sl.ep.ng Car* btwa Jacksonville and Nw Terfc
population of North and South end of a string a foot or so long. If 4Ap Afthevtlle, N. C. < 2 0Ap

America a circumstance adduced a* this proceeding does not have the desired SHAp 1047aU lAa 1 Salisbury.harlntte, N.N C.O. "'* 10 8 20p 2ffp .,... 9 8 2.1a 17a Embracing: Lynchburg, Charlottesville.

highly significant and occurring In no result, the thermometer may be placed 10 43pllftlp lflpI3" * Oreenslmro, N. C * TW>p0Tp Tuna Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphli.
in vessel of water and heat gently |> Ilanvllle, Ya. 5IV la
other part of the earth. Tho population a applied 2 0na
Richmond,Va. noon3AA
of Europe was increased to 878,600,000, until the spirit evaporates. On 6 IMa3Ua 4i la S2flpS40p Lynchliurn, Va. ' |> 3 4' r Cars to Macon. Atlanta, Chattanooga and
eonueatloa for LoaisvUle
and .
a i 1 M the Northwa.t.
which is about a quarter of the entixa tooling the column will unite as tbe snip Charlottesville, 11 Ma p 10 4.1al
Washington
population of the earth.i spirit is condensed, and tbe bubbles oflr 42HlHla 42 eiflpU2 |> Baltimore 4a l>2opSIWIp AI o Throush Pullman Sleeping; Cars to

i i will be dissipated. Tbe small 1.1ar a 23aSOOp New York Mite 4 Slip and Asheville.
Modern Warfare*. Horror*. mount of air driven to the top of tbe 8 30tHOU 4.ip| Boston OOp SOOa

The commander of the ironclad peered tube by the foregoing operations will dono fflopLv .Jacksonville ArDSplAr. "815a < OP THE SKY."

-through the porthole at the enemy and harm, and will be still less likely todo to It* .. Everett..... LvTISa 5 30aS20a 4ftp
.... Atlanta ... ' 8 ISp
so if the top of the tube is widened T41p
then turned to the gunners."Give 411aJJrtp t OOp ** ..Chattanooaa.. * 10 OOp 3 lOp '" *"?* laformrlo a* te rate*, schedules, sleeping reservations, eto., .PP'X'
him grape and canister I" he.shouted so as to form a small chamber in which Tinal ...Cincinnati... 8 30a 8 OOpNo..38 say of th* tMuixsaa Railway or It* eoaaeetloaa. ear

hoarsely, grinding bis teeth."Give the air may lodge. At the top of most
for Brnnswlck. arriving- Brunswick 4:30 p. ro. and 8:40 p. m
mercurial thermometers there is generally and 34 make connection
him grape anyhow I Perchance For New Orleans, train l a es Jacksonville JJ3 a. m., with through sleepers, arriCln L. A. 8HTJMAir Florida Put, SI3 Fl .
Agt. Wsst jacksonvUls.
little air thus Bay Stree.
e shall lodge a seed in his appendix a entrapped. Eng.Mecb. flew Orleans T*)a. m. Only throonh sleeper line. Arrive* Jacksonville from New Orleans ,
-vermlformisl" 6M p. in. 7. If. GULP. -w. a. TURK. 8V H. HARDWIOl,
8LEKPINO CAR SERVICE.Noe. .
And the horrible carnage went on. and Jacksonville, and the*,C1ncinnatIK Wasalagvea, D. tX AtlaataaB*
Mail between New York Wsshiaglaa. I.a
Hew York World. Thinks lie Fraetnred la."I .S3 and 3*Fast Sleepers

believe the backbone of winter is ST*aVdh3 Uarry thromrh sleeper*between Jacksonville and New York la connection with __ May i, 180A,
broken." and and Tand 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.No.W .
At Lawk.8be really S t
Thl I to
carries from Jacksonville to Atlanta and Chattanooga. * brought
started from her sleep with "I guess it must be from tbe way I
a
struck tbe icy sidewalk Sunday night." jMAld" w1libe checked from Union Depot. Ticket, will .till be sold at the city ticket
wild cry., om4. 20flSSanStreet,a* well a. a. the Union depot, ticket oe. . .
"There axe burglars in the house I" Cleveland Plain Dealer. CAMPBELL.Passenger A Airent,Jacksonville.
Wn ? OOLEMAN Gen/1 Traveling
*
she screamed.In ? ?H0.T ksonvllle. P.A,St Augustine, Fla. A. O. Mac DO NELL. Gen. Paw. Agent. oat a.r.o' !ia.jU.ir.. tawro.win. fre tobacco seed of the finest*rw wIts
Mirm
Hare Serious Mischief."Don't .
her joy she could not forbear to tlae, .ariaM taekloiaTii Call and get some, with Instructions

waken her husband and tell him how, you think congress meddlei MkMla.torva loaHnat lo.a maaaoee cultivation.v .

at last, there was a likelihood that a with foreign affairs too much?" Remember that the Indian River S3S-We would esteem the favor if our kaaittwi.

full list of their jewelry and plate "Oh. Z don't know I When It's doing Advocate does all kinds of Job printing .leaders, when writing or calling upon .---aO-XO-BACtroaa" Iruikt,.!, Subscriber, your attention Isjdrawjjto

would get into the newspapers. Detroit tbat, it isn't monkeyingwith horns at short notice. Send them an order our advertisers to purchase merchandise, ,**"uV.e.rsta .al Oa. tbe name-and-date slip V *
Journal. matters." Detroit News. and be convinced that It Is the place to etc, would mention the Advocate. your paper or wrapper. V Jou "
done. skj& s:
have Job printing arrears, please remit.



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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 8 1898.




HOTELS -AUtlieyearrouiul.JACKSONVILLE. HOTELS SUMMER RESORTS.ST. COMMERCe OF THE LAKES. NOCIKT1KS. KTC.


Total Tnanngn of the Son Danbla That atthn INDIAN R1VKH OCAIUIb.

AUGUSTINE. Snea Canal.In Drill at the Armory, over county ) ,a as St. Nicholas there is an article oa"The rueailay evening In thn month, atDo'iM.
C. It. Sffc-WAKI, Caototav.
Great Lakes" by W. 8 HarwOod.Tbe .
The only hotel on the bay. Summer
OCEAN ratos for permanent guests. Excellent author sayi ? 1*. 8. C. K.
YIEW HOTEL
The commerce ot- the lakes is enormous.
table. One of the beat places on the Atlantic Meet* cverv anmlav evening at 0..W atl<>**<
Coast to spend your summers. The outlet from Luke Superior St the 1'reah)terlau I hnreh.lNMUKNliliNT .

ST. AUGUSTINE Good fishing, sailing, and surf-bathing. to Lake Huron hnd alwuys been u serious

FLA. For rates, addietia F. C. UAYDEX, Mgr.OIIMOXI obstacle to coninierco. in that it aa OiUir.K (lOOIl TKMlLASisVTltiiM

not deep enough to allow the larger llle Lodge No. IT meets evrrv Tiirriaa*
eteiuiig TWKi In I'lvnliiterlan ehtirt li. IliblWsiinevtluic
freight and pas t>iiR r Ixxit* to p *s ooiufortubly -
tlntt luemiay In ). through. Locks huvu Ihh'ii built A. OAKIIM-. O. W. rH'tllllK,

at government expense, at the cost of rWt. t. T.CII11 .

many millions of dollars, which now

HOTEL COQUIM ORMOND-BY-TIIE-SEA, FLORIDA. allow the pu
two more locks tire being built one by !

Open for Summer Season of 1808. Fine aurf-bathtng, fishing, riding, driving the Canadians and one by the Americans .'isroi'AL. f iiritcii.. f
which will xtill further lucruuxnooninieroo.
and
wheeling. Sea Food a
Specialty.Mils. rWrvlce* 8ml and 4th SiniilaIn earl*
M. VANCE, Proprietress. The new lock ou the Anicrkoan month, at II a m. i n.l 7M<> |>. m. Hnntui! lio *
Rates, $2.00 per day; $3 to $10 per Meek. sldj is largrr thau tbe old nnd when every Sumlav at u .in a. in. hvcnliiir | > (>. iu. on WediiwHihiys. I.I tuny rvU' t jjtrrltla
completed will l>o one ot the most wonderful > at 10 a. iu.Andnlentton.

pieces of lunitmry to be found in 11. F. ltitowit, Ureter.lMtr.HHVThKIN .

NEW 80IYKNA. the country. It will ulluw the pastutxeof

vessels drawing 31 ft et of water. It Ilt'llCII.ServH'i' .

ban oost several millions of dollars nnd every KM.With nil I a. li nnd T !K1 i>,nuHumliiy
HOTEL NELMS NEW SMYRNA, FLOIUDA, will not be completed for a year or tu, m'hiHd at u 4.1 n, in ( lm liiinfner-
Hunt rrn.>er meellng on \\eilnexluv e\rulne|
Is kept open dining the Summer, under the manvc For many yeu.ru the great Sues cmmlwaa at ):. >. The oulillu aiueoKliully invltwl to an-
ngement of Mr. S. L. Story. Special attention will bo glaUo to traveling men; looked na the uiont wouderful tend ouraarvleea.Hcv. .
special rates by the week or month to families. ln! 'miles to Ocean Bench; upon t'At'l.1IK1I IOMAN, l'H tor_
of commercial engineering iu tin
good bicycling; row and sailboats froo for use of guests. For lates, etc., address piece
world, carrying enurmons nargous .
llAITInr tlll'HCII.rreni'lilngeverv
S. L. STOIIY, New Smyrna, Fla. But
through Its gutuwny from the east. M'ceml nml fourlh SmihIiitkmoiulng -.
in this newer land the coninierco of the nnd ex'iilug I'mv'r Mentin H iw!
lakes has dwarfed the Sutm canal. The \ (. !lnv e\enliiu t 1 lit o'cl.nk. r>unduy8ehool >
OLIVER SIMUNGS, East Teinu>t sce. evurv Mnmliiv iittt:4Aa.: m. A Imi | wm l*
total tonnage of the tioutluriug the ytnr iugtlrat Hnoihiv at Ijtdranue, Allnievi>iillally>

189? was 10,600,000. The touting* of Invited tu atleiul,

OLIVER SPRINGS Anderson Co. East Tenn. the Sues canal lu lhll) waa 7,000,000 K. N. llri.L. 1'imtnr.MKTIlODlsr .

This tonnage of the Sou does uot by any CHURCH.

means represent tbe entire commerce of
The most delightful Summer resort In the South. On the Southern Railway; Regular ervlor* everv nr t, third and fniiTltkBuiuluv
high up In the far-famed range of the Cumberland .Mountains, 1,500 feet above the the greut lakes; it is only a portion'ofit at II a. in. uud 7 un p. in, r>iin4Mhool
Hundreds of thousands of tons otnicrchuudUo n<- Mundiiv nt in imi n. m. KpwnMlil
every
Opened 8 level of the sea. No mosquitoes. No malaria. Mights always cool. Days never
iotel Flacide iiguo eai'fi HiiiiiIii> nt 8 !MI |>. in. ITiimt uieesInitfMvy
January 1894i excessively warm. Nine mineral spilngs In the grounds (all different). Special and supplies ot nil kinds 'lhur iln> ntulit at T.mi o'eloek, the*
ratos over all railroads. Write for rates and foldeis. X. F. l'OWKL, Pi op.HIIEA are shipped auuuitlly up from Lake Ijidlea' Alii Konlelv iix'fl e er.v Wednemlaj*
at .1 00 |i, in. K\orj lioily wvlouluu at our churttiervtcc
i the center of the city, on Mala Street, the dividing line between east and west Michigan points through the strait ofMackiuao *.

J>ne block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. eastward, which do uot pn s A. W. J. IIKnT.Iat4ir.

Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all tiains. Terms $2.50 per day and SIMUNGS, Kant TenncHsoe. through tbe Hoo, and many thousands

[lpwards. Special rates by the week. JOIIX S. BOWKN, Proprietor.e more go eastward from points below tho CATHOLIC CHURCH,

Boo on the other lakes, ta bo exchanged Rervleea at 111 a. in. every Wuntlav, try atxChiinh

.RHEA SPRINGS East Tennessee. for other supplies for point* also below Inilldlng, North Tltimvllio, ChllilreuiyinoateelilMiu
... .. at p.mllav.
tbe Boo. .J. r. (VRnvtn,Rnetor.llll'NICIPAU .

Travelers' Hotel. This Celebrated Health and Pleasure Resort now open. Water renowned for Year by year this Immense trafllo Isgrowing.

. Ne\aMgenieD Dyspepsia, Kidney nnd Bladder Diseases. Highly lecommended by physicians for From tho great west there
Insomnia and all Nervous affections. No Malaria. No Mosquitoes. Excellent oorue to the gatewuy ot the Boo wheat

Table. Two hours by lull from Chattanooga. T. U. GORMAN, Propiletor. and flour and lumber and iron ore ulltbe TOWN CCU'NflL.
FELIX GARCIA, Tropiietor, - JACKSONVILLE FLA.Electiie of
natural products from a vast area ,iiiiiviiri II. 8. amlth. nmrohnlIS
country, drawn to tbe lake route because II. II, I'rltcharil, tax eollnelori H. I ,Viinliiiiihiigliaui -

Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. WHITE MOUNTAINS, N. II. it is so much cheaper to move It ,alki rlnrk>r,mid K. nannniinri IHri.lv, Minor J. M. H.Mm.Imiea W., Jno 11-_ \

goods by water than by rail. In return, Knox, eouiii'llmen. 'I he rounell iiikvU *eoon THE BEST $2.00 TER DAY HOTEL IX FLOIUDA.y the east sends tho west vast quantities and fourth Mnmlaj* In each month.I'OVRIt dI;

Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers.to New Mount Pleasant House of manufactured goods and immeiiHu tir TRAI>K.tleet .

WHITE MOUNTAINS, N. H.OrF.K supplies of hard and soft ooal. The west '
*% niienml \\ riluepduy night In' i-iii>K-
FOR ITS FOURTH SEASON.July 2nd, 1808. The ahno with wliloh It Is readied from f uruishes raw material*; theeast manufactures month nt N ery ih> leelm'k In riHtni* over ixHitnnii>eluilgu '
New York, Its pure water, pure air anil groat elevation, make It pernllnrl v iluelrntile as a milliliter these niateriuls mid semis baoU M. a, jnniM. iTCBlcpnt| Win, M. Uruwnti IV I
Cor. Bay & Bridge Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. rnwort. Tlio fiunou* drive* of the White Mountain* are all tributary to Mount rienaant. The lii.r- 'HKii> ri .1. (I. Hunt, aeeretary,
are carefully seleoteil New knglaiid lUwk, anil inoat of the vehlclea were niacin expreanlv for the products of her factories and mills. rri ,- ,, i i ''iimBrmfeflll'MTY 1:
Elliot Under new management. Each department the Mount rMcaaant limine, all uf them pomioMlng the requlKiteii of perfect comfort ami aafetv. There were received ht tho ports of Duluth
furnished absolutely new with all modern Improvements. The tennl* couru anil howling-alley* are constructed iiion the iinmt approved method*. There laa IIKI'ICKUS.HCIUIDI. .
Overlooking the St. Johns Itlvor.Mthln Hue golf counte,a well-lnicl-out baaeball diamond, an archery range ami croquet ground.ANUKKSON and Superior during the year lbUO

three blocks of the Union depot, Clyde S. S. Co., and new postoffice. All A IMIICK,manager*(uf Hotel Ormonil,Fla.) that is, during the lake season llOAKII.J. .
lectrlo cars pass the door. Free Bus.Kates 1,778.113 tons uf until.On .
the margins of these lakes, particularly H. aiiowden. Tltn Tllle| It. N, AndrewaCuuoai )-.
50c 75c $1.00 and $1.50 American from
: European, per day. $2.00ip H. r'. Ulbh*, .MellHiurna.C'HUNTY Ifi
per day. SUWANNEE SlMtlNGH, FLA.Suwannee ou the shores of buperlor,
I
M. O. FINLEY, there are ore bearing rooks containing COMMIWHIONKIIH.W. .

Jacksonville Fla.1VERETT THE SOUTH'S FAMOUS HEALTH iron, silver, copper and gold. The iron
Fla. II, Himr.i>, Klinrir| >, nlialriiiant Jonepl**
Springs KESOIIT. Open all the year. ore is of remurkable uommerclal value klnnilol, IjKlrangei J. It. Walker, 'lltuavlllngg.Ino.
and practically inexhaustlbleiu amount. Ilnimton, Kjoi <)nll) i .1. N Waller, Ankoiuk..

Cure Brlght's dlsenso, all kidney, bladder and liver trouble, rheumatism and Immediately tributary to LukeBupcrior, month Hiigular, mi loiare| held nr l Momlay lu auh

HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA. dyspepsia. Excursion tickets for sale from all points over I lie Plant System and in aome casus on its very bunks, are Irou

F. C & P. R'y. For illustrated pamphlets, with testimonials, addiesa mines the output of which rivals that .
county urricui.il.Minor
Board Ten Dollars per week. ANDKEW HANLEY,
of mines in the world, awl tbe sup.
Oen'l Manager Suwannee Springs, Fla.I any *1, Jones, Tltuavllle, nnuntv Judget fI. -
Largest, best, and coolest; choice rooms for summer, $1.50, $2, $.1, $5 weekly.Uevator ply In "sight, as the miners say, will ., flauhlen, Tltuavllln, |iroreutlng attorneys
Tltuaville clerk flrciill ,1.r .
furnish the world with irou for centuries A. A.MMwurt. nuirt|
baths, bell service, etc. CHARLES A. OAKES.TITUSVILLE. Uooten, ( oi'iw. tax *aaeioo>r| K. W, Hull,.
>ALTON, OA. LITIIIA SI'ltlNOM, OA.SH'KKTWATKH to come. Hliarie| *, las eolhwtori .lolin Henry, Tltuavllle,.
Borne of the lumber which goes enstby treaaureri J. II. Hum*, Cotirtennv, uiicrlnteail' f nut tuihllii InetriKitlont J. O. rrlea.Tltimvllle
PAltK 1IOTKI.. way of the lakes is sent away ou toBoutb county *iirveyor|J.I', llrown, Tltuavllle, *luitiC>-

POPULAR SUMMER. RESORT.Dal American points without separation

Lltlila Near Atlanta, fla. tukiug tirst a journey of perilsp*
Spring*, Malnrlitn Willi Malarlun TahlelaOunranteofl
:i T2DI-A.ZST ZEeXTTDBIEe HOTEL several hundred miles dowu the rivers

Florida anil New York aleejwnt pass our door. to the mills, thon thousand miles and Cine for ('hills, Fever ami*

ton, Georgia,* Is now one of the Hotel 0]>en* Fell. IS. The moat healthful location the lakes ta tbe Bt. Lawreuuo, Ague, or money refunded. SOconte. AliiDruggists.
most popular Summer Resorts In the more ou 1/
In the Bonlh. N ver any oaaes of contagious tbe Welland oanal to
South climate delightful superb panning through
scenery
r&* Arf TITUSVILLE beautiful drives or infectious dlteases, or even malaria Ontario uud then tryiug a few
g good livery. get to ,
,
| Jnut tbe plaoe to |>end the spring month* without According to a celebrated French don'*
Hotel Dalton Is the home of the resort- thousand miles of salt water a picturesque
< > aMK7ii. risk. Not a* cold at mountain reaorta, nor tlse, liver, sea, in In ami snowwater alB
"*"*"
Indian River. seeker and commercial tiavoler. Elegantly indeed.noatoa .
too warm to lie safe. Kuoins with ttoth grate* voyage contain more or less alcohol. Only pwet
built electrlo bells elevator telephone
and steain hnat, electrlo light*, private hath*, spring watei Is free from It,
hot and cold baths on every floor. '
and toilet*, hot and oald running water. Hun nnd Ulnagow Compared.
Special rates to families. Many come iliill
parlors and ***- pmrlie*. Stop over Within or two baa been published
lower and a year Ueniitlfiil Plao ln llanuICIitr >
each summer from Georgia privilege*. Hotel co t 'io ,lKl Florida. batlin and III*atrongeHt Lltlila water a study of tbe administration of
Further Information given byD. known for rheiimatiion, kldnev and bladder Glasgow, says Hon. Fruools O. Lowell for Halt*, at a (IrcaCIlnrKuln.
trouble Hend for circular. Si Ml to *4 day
per I
L. DETTOR, Prop., to tin per week : l liy the niiiruh. II. T.lakelate iu The Atlantic, written in a spirit of .
Dalton, Ga, of lna ChrUtlaii and Manltou,Coin.Wm respectable pride by two of its officials.Ou .
comparison of the statements of The famous Tin key Creek drove, eooslatlug *-

this book with tbe condition of affairs of 14 acres of orange groveaatU
Only a few minutes'j
40 nciew of land fronting un Indian ttlvev;
j| walk from Railway stations The Frenchman In Tuondon* The Wi r t Pan Blnee Jen. 1. iu Boston it appears pretty dourly that nml Tuikev CieeU, with stenmboat laadrIrig

and Steamboat land Monsieur (who prides himself upon Percy Bradford nsea lot of per iu the matter of police, water and fire and Tillman poatolllce and rallmadlatntlon

ings.On the fluency of his English, to policeman -* fume. Docsu't he know that it U bad departmeut the service of one city Is on the F. K. U. H'y, Dry tll*<

the banks of the ) Mister the officer, If it that I form? about a* good as tbat of the other. tilnce, lylnn on Hie west side of Indian*

far-famed Indian River. would sot yon to make tbe dlstressment Harold Well, it'e a sort of family Glasgow excels lis tbe laying oat and ltlver, throe miles south of Melbourne,, i
and lu its miles from Atlantlo beasbAtunt
two ocean
care of its streets pnbllo -
absolute, may I to yon prevent tbe bauble pride. You know bs came of oldoologuial -
in IU parks .KM) good bearing orange tress,
baths, Boston sewers, *
that with the most Chroniole.
petition } >u Pittsburg
stock.
WEST PALM BEACH.eminole rbouldme schools nnd in tbe uare of its poor. balance In young trees, will yield about
klndues and nmlubility
great and IU0U lioxe* this year. Can be made*
inform of the tiuiik path by which Mora Than Koaal., Glasgow has no pnbllo library, apparently to ylold 20(10( boxes a year In two yearsServant's

I may straight attain to tbe pluve of the Lady Now that yon bare porta ken has uo hospital supported by house; and good packing housnrtsnd

Hotel Gallery of tbe Nation*? of a good dinner, are yon equal to the the municipality, it ha* a municipal room* above, flood fishing, quail*,,
Institutions
Policeman Wot say? Pick Me Up. task of sawing sonis wood? art gallery uud museom. deer and duck hnntlugupTuikey Creekp

Madam, equal is not the provided and administered iu Boston line haibor for boats; lovely river fronts
Tramp by private generosity. Chicago
Interrupted."How it.
Badely word. I'm superior to
OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
proper a gas plant with success and bag lands for sale cheap. Apply toI
beantifnl is the sncrwl" beaid.
WEST TALM BEACII, FLORIDA. Newt. purchased and improved a considerable ). L. Oauluen,
"So white, so pore, so universal I IIt Atty. for owners
,
This hotel Is built of brick and has every convenience. Close toie tract of laud. Boston has constructed
It
substantially falls alike on rich and poor. turns Tltusvllle Fla.Malarlon .
,
> attached to the hotel.l'th of Maid.Bhe and leased tbe subway ou advantageous
railway depot. Free'buss to and from trains. Boats the beggar's hovel to a dream of glistening Thn Way a
' a blng tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $.2.00 per day and beauty. It" waa a maid of notions etranir* terms. Tbe experiment of Glasgow la I nndoread boat Ittylctan
by x
''Pwards; special rates by the week or month. (Jonoornlnic man. operating a tramway baa been carried
GEORGE ZAfF, Proprietor. Bat jast then a snowball caught him Her feneiv* took a goodly rang*. on for so sbort a time, upon so small a and guarantsetl to Cure Chills, Fever and
nnder tbe and a balf ton of tbe As woman's oan.
ear Ague. All druggists or from MoOU
scale and with snch doubtful results bi\\
material fell from a cornice and Co. Louis.Biliousness.
same of West Drug Bt.
She said aha loved as ejre gray.My that no vuluable conclusion can yet be
bl collar and his neck.
between
*
lodged
own are bloa. v drawn from it. Ou tbe whole and regardless
And he spake uo more. Cleveland 1 wo6ld 1 nould in any war
[OMESEEKERS Plain Dealer. Have changed tbir hue.Tbe ) of cost, tbe pnbllo service of
Boston is rather more extensive than
aort of faatr thai pleaaed bar bent and in
aald. that rendered by Glasgow, quality
Waa brown, ahe
A r-afe I'lave."I Which eaaand rne oft aupreroe noreea would seem to be quite as good.

Who are Seeking a Home in the bare determined to go to Klondike Mf own is tad.Ber .

," said tbe tragediuo."To taeta In nun* wa* aqoilinewOh. POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY. ' have njenel voarvnlnable r.tarA*
dig gold?" cruel mblIn UhTS and and them perfect. Coulda 1 do-
the undersigned I have uaed than* foreoroe tlma
South should send to Ilka talmmIm without them.
one
"No, sir; to act." vnlgar parlanen. Borne men ran for office as if all tbeir for Indigeatlon and blllouannaa and am now eoav
"I shouldn't tbink that there was termed a snob.In creditors were at their beels. cured. Hcoamnwnl them, to nvery one.
nee triad, you will never bo without them la*
for of the much of a theatrical opening there." ( liked a stately man and talL Even man with the rheumatism lb* family.'* Kl W.A. Manx, Albany,N. Y.

a copy "Not niucb of a theatrical opening! Has Alaa.blamed my fain me with a Mat a re man!*, will ran if he sees an offloe in sight
Wby, my dear sir, eggs are selling thereat CANDY
MoSflrnfeeteigbtlI candidate promises to "savetbe
' $1 each." New York Sunday World.An doted flgnreslim. Every state,** bat not one believe* in free CATHARTIC
'lorida Coast Homeseeker.We on n
East
Kntrrnrlelaa; jMrMlle*. Without a duobtI freesalvation. .
that whim.tor .
nould not nallafy
office far to seek the
Editor Jim, I understand that old I am atonbAnd. never goes

stone building at the crossroad* Is to be man, as be generally rent* a> room next vsjaO* sunn4T
knowing this, bow aonld fA
Growing, and for torn down.Tbe door to It.
have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco ( boor like MlTo
''iter anj Summer Climate the healthiest in tb*United State*. Printer Yep. They begin tomorrow. nek that matd,bar Ufa to share; The American patriot of tbe present > TH'tleaaant. '
.Homes.
Uf win* to be? clay eorae* nigh. He demand* f 3 per
Palatable. Potent, Taeta Oond. Do
Apply Editor Well, jast slip mzoana mod And yet I did-egregiona ana day and ration*. Owe, Move*emkan.Weaken,er Wrtea.I0o, lolue

toJ CommlMloner. pat m live toad in tbe wall, We nvst I saw**nonfeen. j >* They s y pollties/maaW strange bed* .... OURtl OOWTIf ATIOW. ...
AS. E. INGRAHAM, Land have sometblEg to fill op with title I sopped the oaaatieo, and. elan.Una fallow* Bat stand politician*don't ever'

B'x% week. New York Weekly. anewnred. "feel" r rnt*>a>d all 4rm0iartdl -+
FLORIDA EAST COAST -ydn ItaDawa.. hare time to *jo to bed: lO-TO-MC !( W tUAnl! Tv4n-VOOO

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INDIAN- RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 8. 1898.



PROGRESS OF THE WAR.T. dore Watson's dispatch la as follows: thelr attempt to count them.Tbe .
"Play*del Este, July 8. To the Secretary
of the Fourth of July was celebrated on
Navy, Washington: At
Principal Happening* of the Weak. 9:30: a. ri. the Spanish squadron, seven the beach by the Ortnondltes, all having (Successor to'LovettA Carroll.)

Washington, D. C, Joly 3 The following In all. Including one gunboat, came out a very enjoyable day. Tbe Daytona
Home Guards were present at the pavilion GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of
statement was to-night given out of Santiago in column, and was totally All K
and national
hymn
at the White House: General Shafter nestroyed within an hour, except the never was our
telegraphs: "Playa del Este, July 3. Cristobal Colon, which was chased forty. sung with more enthusiasm. Followed Crockery, Glass and Tinware Your patronage SolintedTITUSVILLE
address tbe Kev. E.
Early this morning I sent a demand for Ave miles to the westward by tbe Brook, by an by Springer .
the immediate surrender of Santiago, lyn, Oregon aDd Texas, surrendering to Oliver, which was received with great FLORIDA.
threatening to bombard the city. I believe the Brooklyn, but was beached to prevent applause. The children participated ina
cake-wall, the prize being awarded to
the will be surrendered. sinking."None
S. WOOD. place Nellie and Lucille Carnell. Atugofwar
.. Cavanagh
This contradicts the Report that of our officers or men was Injured
General Sbafter has fallen back. except on boaro) the Brooklyn. and other games were Inorder.

DRY GOODS CLOTHING Port Antonia, Jamaica, and Kingston, Chief Yeoman Ellis was killed and one Many guests from neighboring
towns The people were Groceries Grain. Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple A Fancy
were present. Hay Groceries
Sunday, July 3, 2:50: p. m. The lighting man wounded. Admiral Cervera, all Frm''
and Gents' Furnish quite Interested and excited by the salutation
'officers
NOTIONS on the right end of our line this commanding excepting the in the passing of a government And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal Gk Ja
ings. afternoon developed unexpected, and for Oquendo, and about seventy other officers boat. The day was ended with a dance Food and Wheat. We are tbe only bouse on Indian River dealing excluslvrivTl>

401 and -lOtJ Went Hay Street, some hours almost as severe tiring as and 1,000 men are prisoners, given In office of the Coqulna hotel, in the above line Of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patron T
Friday when General Law. "About 350 are killed or drowned and
JACKSONVILLE FLA. yesterday ( ),
which all tbe participated, E. L. BRADY A BRO.
people truly
ton was assaulting El Caoey. The 160 wounded, the latter being cared for young Very TltusvlUe. FU.L.ITIIIA .
Mesdames.
the office decorated by
Spanish made an attack In force on our on our steamers. Have just arrived off being
JOSEPH ZAPF. position, pouting In volley after volley Santiago In the Marbfehead to take Vance and Duncan. Among others registered
.
... at the Coqulna were Mr. and Mrs.Wm.
In succession and with wonderful charge while the commander-in-chief Is
quick ,
Watson Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Francis,
KHOLK1AI.lt IiKALERMenserBusch regulailty. Our return fire was certainly looking out for tbe Cristobal Colon. .Losloy < c Motlow
Ormond Capt. II. B. Shaw, Mrs. K.
; ,
effective and continued after (Signed) WATSON.
strong, Rev. C. M.
Brewing Ass'nFamous the Spanish volleys had become New York, July 4. A special to the Springer Oliver, Leesburg;
rarer LOSLEY RENAKER A CO.
and less heavy. Meanwhile the batteries Tribune from London says: British and Bingham, Capt. U. H. Spencer, Mr. Hay (Successors to )

St. LnuU Lager Veer, Grimes' bill kept booming at American flags hung from the pulpit atStepney wood, Daytona; W. G. De Pass, Lake
on away
City W. P. Talmage, Palatka; Miss Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies Rums Gins and
fiokl by Losley A Motlow, Tltnsvllle. the middle of the enemy's line, materially (London) meeting house Sunday Mildred; Watson, Miss Phcebe Kitcbel, Whiskies
aiding the flanking movement. 'The and Independence Day waa celebrated Bottled Beers Ales and Stont.A .
Dr. L. L. Pinkerton, Wm. B. Street, ,
WHOLESALE LI Ormond E. E. Ireland City.
Wnt Bay St., Jack rod vllle, and active, and apparently gave our fleet but four hours ahead of time In the blstorio ; Orange First-class Line of Cigars * Billiard and Pool Tables.
this hour stronghold of English
little concern. At a report non-conformity.
Sanford, Fla. has just reached here that General Lawton The Congregational Church near Step SPRINGS, OA.SWEETWATEIl Family and hotel trade Is solicited, Prompt and careful attention given to ..
aided by fresher regiments sent him ney Green was filled with an East-end ordure. Cash must accompany your order, LOSLEY A MOTLOW, TitusviUe,Fu!

HENRY R.THOMAS\J early in the afternoon, has turned the audience, consisting mainly of men. FAHK HOTEL.Lltbla .
enemy's left, and has troops already In Americans and English have celebrated
.LA YILLA PHARMACY. the city where almost a hand-to-hand tbe Fourth all over England, tbe Stars Springs,Near Atlanta,Oa. L.
...
encounter is going on In the streets. The and Stripes and Union. Jack floating Florida and New York sleepers pass our door.

Keep* all Kinds of situation, when the Associated Press proudly side by side. Hotel in opens the South.Feb. 18.Never The most any cases healthful of conta-location ]::: Will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of :::[-
correspondent left the front, as shown Washington, Jnly 5. Greely received lousor infeotious' diseases, or even malaria.r .
Fen Drags, Fancy and Toilet Articles.lrlco In an earlier dispatch, wiw such that the a dispatch from the signal.officer at tbe Just tbe place to spend the sprint in i months with. CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
capture of the city to-night (Saturday), front which said that shortly before too out warm risk. to Mot be as safe.cold a Rooms* mountal with resorts both prates, nor %
to suit.W1 .
would not be surprising. General noon today rampson steamed Into the and strain beat, electric lights, private baths,
< Adams St., cor. MadiHon, Shafter, however, sent word this afternoon harbor of Santiago. and toilets,hot and cold running water. Sun DRESSED AND ROUGn.
to General Calixto Garcia, that the Kingston, July 0. Not a shot bos parlors and. glass-inclosed porches.. Stop kinds over of Also Mouldings and Turned Work, Brick, Lime, Cement, Crates of all description
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. privilege* Hotel cost 20O.UM) All
surrender of the city would not be long been exchanged between the opposing medicinal baths and the strongest Lithla water Tt"uusr7iXo: 3Mc>ricia.IKTSTJKj .
delayed.A armies since yesterday noon. At the re- known for rheumatism, kldnev and bladder
conservative estimate by men of the foreign Consuls in Santiago troubles. Bend for circular. ti.iO toS4 per day;
Pineapple Slips and Suckers..Attention not official is that our army.casualties e Cuba, General Shafter extended until ;Hake UStoS25per,late of Pass week Christian; less by and tbe month.Manitou,H.Colo T.,

during yesterday's fighting were nearly to-morrow afternoon the period In which .N'OB..
If not quite, a thousand, about 15 percent General Linares may agree to surrender
of which were deaths..Washington his forces, under the threat that the
July 4. The following town will be bombarded. The Spanish ROBBINS & GRAHAM I represent the Old Hartford, Liverpool and London and Globe, Aetm,

dispatch was received at the War Department general's decision is doubtful.. It is unquestionably Providence fc Washington, Fireman's Fund, and Sun Mutual.C3T .

: "Playa del Este, July 3.Siboney true that the annihilation Lowest rates guaranteed. Write for rates, etc., to
office confirms the statement of Admiral Cervera's fleet was staggering ...Iiawyors.,. *
that all the Spanish fleet except one to him; but Mr. Ramaden, tbe British C. S. SCHUYLER, Agent,

warship were destroyed and are now Consul, says General Pando has reinforced Titusvllle, Fit.Plant's .
burning on the beach. The scene was General Linares with 5,000 troops, WILL PRACTICE IN 8TATE AND

witnessed by Captain Smith, who told and that tbe Spaniards are bitterly determined UNITED STATES COURTS.
the operator that there was no doubt of to fight it out. He said that
Its correctness. so Intense was the feeling among the James Pbitchabd, President; W. M. Brown, Vice-President:

"(Signed) ALLEN, Signal Officer." Spanish subaltern officers that General C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
The Graphic In its editorial observes Linares would probably be shot If hesurrendered. ABSTRACTS of Title Famished
Daily

displayed: "The signal by both gallantry Spaniards and devotion and General In Shatter.General Their Llnarea'attitude. was reply expressed toto for Lands in Brevard and Dade INDIAN RIYER STATE BANK

yesterday:
American* must be recognized. The behavior
,
"This garrison dies, but never surrenders. Counties.We .
the Americans sends thrill
of of
a ." (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
pride throughout the AngloSaxonMoild
1'liieupple Growers. The story of the splendid manner Authorized capital, $100,000
in which the ltongh Kldere carried Improved Service. have a large List Paid up capital, $25,000
Write Lake Worth Fruit Co., bo* 217, San Juan Is instinct with the Indomitable
Went I'alin Beacli, Flwhat you will spirit of Balaklava." The P ant System has put on a double of Lands owned by Average deposits, $150,000

-take for pineapple*, F. O. Ii. It. It.SState London, July 4. The Dally Mall, commenting dally train from Montgomery to Tampa
all particular*. editotially upon the fact that to facilitate the handling of troops and ourselves and clients. Transacts a General Banking

"for the first time on record, the Fourth the government passenger business generally.
Pineapple Plant* for Sale.'It of July will be widely celebrated In The time of the "Flyer" between Price for unimproved Business.
Great Britain," snys the Incident Is "significant these two points is shortened five hours.By .

will pay you to call on or address of Anglo-Saxon unity." the new service Tampa is that many lands $3 to $100 Largest and Oldest Bank on tbe Sim
31. R. John*, of "Water Oak Pinery," Ifrron Kingston, Jamaica, July 4, 4:45: a. m. miles nearer Chicago, the 10 a. m. train
want plnoapple plants, us follows: Admiral Cervera's ileet, consisting oftho on the Pennsylvania/and the 12:10: train per acre.Ormond. Exchange sold on all Foreign Countries,
'Smooth Cayenne, Abbaka, EnvllCltloaod armored cruisers Cristobal Colon, on the Chicago and the Eastern Illinois
; Jamlca Riploys. Kvery plant sold Almirante Oquendo, Infanta Maria making connection via Evansville and DIRECTORS:
its guaranteed Hint clans. Address Teresa and VUcaya, and two torpedo Louisville with the Louisville it Nashville WE have a few Residence, Orange jA8.PnrrrH.iiD,'W.It.IAKXETTPreslilentof (
M, It. Johns, boat destroyers, the Furor and the Plu- for Nashville and Montgomery, and the National Hank ot Jacksonville),J.H
Stuart, Fla.aFancy ton, held in the harbor of Santiago de reaching Tampa the second day at 6:30a. Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable 1>vrkek (Vice-President National Urow.v.llault.l
Jacksonville), and W. M.
Cuba for six weeks past by the combined m., Instead of at 1UJO p. m.t as former locations.
Prices Reasonable. .
of Hear Admiral. ly. CORRESPONDENTS.Seaboard
Pineapple Slip* & Suckers squadrons Sampson National Rank of New York n0
and Commodore Schley, Ilea todayat National Bank of JacksoEVille. 2t
for Sale.Abbakas the bottom of the Caribbean Sea, off
the southern coast of Cuba. The Spanish Offices ; I and TITUSVILLE MIAMI.CEO. 'XIrXUSvrII IL)33, XV..
Egyptian Queen, Golden admiral Is a prisoner of war on the
Queen, l'orto Uleo. Smooth Cayenne and auxiliary gunboat Gloucester, formerly
Kod Spanish. Apply toMA J. Plerpont Morgan's yacht Corsier, and Mrs. Wilson and the Messrs. Scarrat .
DOCK <& MATTHAMS, 1,000 to l,50tR) other Spanish officers and are located in, their summer cottage on East Coast Meat ESTABLISHED 1878.Wm.
"Palm Doncli Pinery," sailors, all who escaped the frightful the beach. Market
West Palni Ueach Fla.. carnage caused by tbe shells from the A. BOURS & CO....
The boys In town commenced to celebrate
-* American warships, are held ns prisoners
of tbe United States at midnight and kept it up all oftwentyfour F. DUREN, Agent.Rdurate .
Fancy lMneapple I'lanta. war by navy. GRAIN
GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS
hours.Dr. .
Tbe American victory Is complete, ,

Hardy, vigorous, grown without shelter and, according to the beat information Ltghtbody Is In town ready for 6 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE .
smooth-leavod Cayenne, AbbakajLDii obtainable at this time, the America business. We are all glad to see the FLORIDA.We
Jamaica Itlpley plants for sale.K. vessels were practically untouched, KlAl Doctor, aside from bstlng perfect In his handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Ilay.
C. D. Tvsdall, only one killed, though the ships were profession, he Is Very popular.Lars F Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright and
Waveland, Fla.lMnenpple subject to the heavy lire of the Span- dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-AUen Fertilizer Co.tJ .
lards during all the time that the battle Bostrom and Ned Amaden took a C=3 Jr 1B''Sn? erf n"nr! <'uar nte <1 Analysis, Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer,Pure around
lasted. trip on their wheels to St. Augustine byway < Muriate of Potash, Sulphate Potash, Kalolt, etc. These fertilisers Hare ao
Slips ami Suckers Admiral Cervera made as gallant a of the beach. They saw so many superior in tbe market,and a trial will convince. Bend for Catalogue free.

For Hale, dash for liberty and for the preservation turtle-crawls they were exhausted In tXTitusville

of bis ships this morning as ever oo-l
Of' the following varieties, Smooth ourred In the history of naval warfare.In .
Cayenno, Envll Cities, Abbakas and the face of overwhelming odds, with Toor How.1. With Casearets.
Red Spanish, grown from young plants nothing before him but Inevitable destruction Candy Cathartic, ours constipation forever. Right In the Solar Plexus
.and without cover. For pi ices, call onor or surrender, If be remained lOo,too. It CI C.C,full,druggists refund money. Florida.JAS. Let the next blow be, and It will hare a
address C. A. Rnnixsox, any longer In the trap In which the telling effect. Tho exhiliaratlng effect of
Kden, Indian River, Fla. American fleet held b m, he made a' bold the touch of our fine Rye Whiskey oa the
dash from the harbor at the time that solar plexus Is a consummation devoutly tobe
W. the Americana least expected him to doso wished when have that "tired feeling
DAVISON & CO... PRITCHARD you
and fighting every Inch of his way, & SON. ," and need a and harmlesi
IFrait A Produce Commission Merchants. even when his ship was ablaze and sinking ... stimulant as you a bracer. There pure is nothing to
he tried to escape the doom that
fine Baker
equal our Whiskey.
Florida Products; Oranges, PINEAPPLES was written on the muzzle of every
; Watermelons, Tomatoes and American gun trained upon his vessels. JOHN CLARK SON & CO.,

other vegetables a specialty.:30730O3U313 The Americans saw him the moment Commission Merchants and dealers 1b
he left the harbor and commenced
their
Poydras Street, Groceries, Grain, Coal, Wines & Liquor*
work of destruction immediately. For
NEW ORLEANS, LA. an h'our or two they followed the flying JACKSONVILLE, FLA.33T" .

Refer to local agents of all Express Cos., local Spaniards to tho westward, along the Hardware Consignments of country product
fraght agent of the Louisville A Nashville If'Uarmanla "shore, sending shot Into their blazing
& solicited.
Kat'l Hank, Metro|>olltau Hank, N
hulls, tearing great holes In their sides,
and coveting their ducks ullh tho blood
Established lS'.K). of th killed and wounded.At .
no time did the Spaniards show

T. F. PARK & CO., any Indication that they intended to do Agricultural Implements, Crockery, Lamps THE P.. R RflftfiRQ
otherwise than to tight to the last. They nuu nDnition
showed no signals to surrender, even and Glassware, Fishing Tackle, and Ammu- ,
when their ships commenced to sink,
Commission Merchants. and the great clouds of smoke protruding Stoves, Tinware and barbed wire.TITUSVILLE Importers and Wholesale Grocers.

were from on their fire. sides But they showed turned that their they ....ProYisions, Grain Hay Flour Grits Meal Etc....
,
Receivers of Florida Fruits vessels toward the shore, less than a FLORIDA. , ,

mile away, and ran them on the beach Sole Agents for i iFAIRBANK Our business confined to the traJaonly.
and and rocks, where their destruction was
Vegetables. soon completed. The officers and men CANNING CC. LION Orders from consumers neithef

ou board then escaped to the shore as BRAND CANNED MEATS. I
Oranges, Pineapples and, Florida well as they could, with the assistance solicited nor desired.

fruits a Specialty.Rkfkrexcks of boats sent from the American men-of- BRICK !
war, and threw themselves upon the Quotations made promptly on application.V .
: Citizens' Exchange
mercy of their captorsywho not only extended
Bank, Richmond, Vs.; Irving National to them the gracious hand of
Bank, New York. American chivalry, but sent them a

Stencils and any information desired guard to protect tbem from the. murderous AjXI 'J.lxLL>...-
furnished on application. bands of Cuban soldiers hiding In JACKSONVILLE BRICK CO.
the bush on the hillside, eager to rush Hides Furs Wool Etc
87 Jay Street, down and attack the unarmed, but valorous Alligator Skins, Tallow, Bees-Wax, ,

NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. foe. 20 Hogan St. Jacksonville Fla. BT TIIE
Washington, Dl C, July 4. At 11:25tonight ,


Fish For Sale.I cablegram the appended the received Navy translation Department from of Commodore a posted cipher Write ns for prices and save your money. We make SOUTHERN HIDE & 'SKIN CO.

am prepared to supply fresh fish to Watson. It is similar to that received Largest Handlers of Skins in the State.
hotels, boarding houses and private to-day from Admiral Sampson, but contains the hardest, least absorbent and best brick made in Florida. REFERENCE
families. Call at first fish house on railroad the additional information that 350 : National Bank State of Florida.

< wharf. D. C.Tltnsvllle Caldwell, Fla., wounded Spaniards, and were 1,000 killed captured.or drowned Commo-, ISO Can supply up to' a million on short notice. Office, Rob Building. Hide Warehouse 446 to 443, Jackson St.

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