Title: Indian River advocate
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Title: Indian River advocate
Uniform Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville,Fla. ; Indian River City
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Publication Date: July 22, 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: VID00193
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31876449
alephbibnum - 002071721
lccn - sn 96027113
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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ol. X6. ISTo. 28. TITTJSVILLE, FL-A,., FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1898. DPrice, 5 c.




LOCAL NEWS Everything you want In the furniture 23P BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc. a nlco assortment PEACHES, PLUMS, GRAPES, COCO.V- Mrs. R. C. Scrlmgoour is now enjoyIng AMONG THE HOTELS.

line; some other lines. Glad to show at Screven's Drug Store, nuts, etc., also a fresh line of candies the cool breezes of Ansonin, Conn.It .

em. Furniture Store.Mr. Titusville. just received. Fount nnd bottled is her llrst tiip North In nine years.Kiilantlnir .
Wiikiik to stop. See list of hotels on
lad Topic** of Oeueral Interest. soda. R. B. Pyi-ks, Titusville.Hon. .
our 7th page.Tho .
New Station.Tho .
the
Paul Puckett spent from Saturday Mr. Chas. Nauman,'of the Ilaulovcr, Smyrna Advocate Is now on file at all

Society anil General Oo lp In connection until Tuesday with his mother atDaytona. has been In town a day or so this week.A Fred S. Morse, ono of Miami's tho best hotels in New York city.
Is
East Const Railway building n
with Bisoayne liny. Lake Worth, Indian, letter from tho beach Informs us prominent citizens, passed through hero
fifty foot addition to its depot on-the Where do you Intend going this summer
Bniianit and Halifax Rivers Point, Key Went the Largo numbers of fine trout nro being that the weather Is quite pleasant at thoseaside. Wednesday, en ronto to Do Land, to attend north end of tho Now Smyrna railway ? Road summer resort advts. on 7thpage.
all other Important alone the convention.Judgu .
anil caught daily from the wharf .
Itrlef mention ofIulere lailwuy station, which will Uo quito a convenience .
of Florida.
Count
Jinst H (t Kvents from Various Parts at this place.Indgo Major Tiffin's ostilches will be sold M. S. Jones anil Col. D. L.Gaulden since they havo very much needed Charles F. Pox has leased tho Algonquin

of the World! About People You Know M. S. Jones attended the at auction, at Courtonay, next Monday, who attended the Congressional this room for so mo time. A portion of hotel, St. Augustine, anil will Intho
Second we are informed.Mr. Convention at DcLund, returtiod here the now addition will bo converted into
anil People Yon Won't Know Picked Congressional Convention at Do futuro conduct it ou tho American
Land yesterday, saying t'onirrossman 11. W. a summer outing house, so Mr. Wilson,
on .
and Wednesday.Capt.
up by Our Society Kdltor a larneKtiiff.of Alfred Cleveland came up from Davis had a complete walkover.C tho present manager of tho lunch counter plan.Tho

Correspondents scattered along; the James I'ritchard, of this place, Jensen this week, to visit his lelatlves will havo ninio spacious quaitors in following Invitation has boon iecelved -

.Kant Coa t of Florida. was among those who attended the Confederate here for a day or so.Messrs. which conduct his business.Palatka's at this office: "Editor Advocviktho

Veterans re-union at Atlanta Decker & Slmnnson havo received of the I.Ble 8tat Trtinsurer.At pleasure of your company Is requested -
this week. at the Seaside) Inn, Seabreeze, on Satuidav -
THE ADVOCATE, an order for Jie lumber for building Good Luck,

in advance. The steamer St. Sebastian, in command the Masonio Hall at Cocoa. tho Circuit Court, nt Tallahassee, evening, July'Jlrd, 18IIS. Dancing
$1.50 per annum, at SiO: to 11 MO lleibert E. Smith,
: p. in.
*1.00 six months, ' of Capt. Joe Smith, arrived with Will our correspondents pleaso write presided over by Judge Malone, tho case Tho old mill of tho Wilson Cypress propiietor." We understand that these

$l'.00 per an. to foreign count lies.jy" the mortar carriage, etc., at Key Weston names and places distinctly, so that our against ex-Treasurer C. B. Collins and Company, of Falatka, will shortly bo dances will bo continued every Satuidaynight.
Monday.Mr. sot them In otheis was commenced, and concluded and much structuioof
compositors can typo correctly torn away, n larger .
? Saturday. A review of the court proceedings double tho of tho
Chas. A. Merritt, of St. Augustine capacity present
Reading notice ads. are ten cents shows that verdicts for tho plant will bo built. Captain Will Boyd Ono of tho most popular resorts in St.
Titusville
lino on this page. passed through Fiiday Mr. O. V. Lossborrg, an army-sup State woro awarded aggregating $*8,002.02 .- will tho for tho Augustine Is tho Ocean View houd, located
per afternoon last route to West in commenco driving piling
en Key
ply man fiom Milwaukee, Wis., stopped as follows : Against C. It. Collins, foundation of the mill It Is lucky on tho bay and commanding u line
new a
to the Interests of the Times-Union and
Have you paid your subscription here from Tuesday until Wednesday .
over principal, *58ilJ) ) >IL Against Collins'bondsmen for Palatka that such unobstructed vlow of the Atlantic ocean,
the Advocate ? If not, please do bo. Citizen.Mr.. his from Tampa to Miami.Mr. thing energetic
on wuy : L. M. Thayer, .flO,000; C.Rheinbauer business men as Messrs. Wilson and Matanzas bay, and old Fort Marion.

Never fail to read our inside pages. and Mrs. Fred F. Taylor, owners and Mrs. Geo. F. Paddison and $15,000; W. S. Jennings, Seidell settled In their town. Wish thoy Under the competent management ofMr.

Toil will always find something to interest of Hotel Plaza, Rockledge; and Indian baby, of Eau Gnllle, were among the 3.000. had come to Titusville, with their soveial F. C. Haydon, tho table Is unsurpassed M
you.Mr. River hotel, Titusville, are now at Pier- passengers on Sunday's train, en route There was a mistrial in the rase against hundred employes. while the servico and housu appointments

son, Mich., where the pink paper follows to Atlanta, Ga., on the excursion trip. the executors of John F. Dunn, Involving aro all that could be desired.
of Cocon
J. D. Crabb, was them. *10,000. This caso will conio on for Especially moderate rates prevail for tho

among the visitois to town tills week.Mr. Train No.1, from Orange City trial at a future term of tno court. THE THAYER FISH LAW. summer.QuMo .

B. Holmes of Cocoa'sveilknown We acknowledge, from Senator S.R. Junction, over the East Coast Line, The deficit in the accounts of Collins
R. one
Mallory, a pamphlet of his speech on leaves nt 3:35: m. Instead of 5:'t5 in. a number of guests of Hotel
in p. p. is $52, riH. 7, nnd the United States "
town
residents, was a 1558 Laws of 1S! known
nstho
the annexation of the Hawaiian Islands, Readers are requested to make a note ofthis. Court last week awarded tho State Chapter Coqulnn, Oimond, have boon llshing nnd M
,
abort while on Monday.Mrs. delivered in the Uuited States Senate on JackMOllVilft. Thayer fish law, hns recently claimed enjoying the surf-hathing tills week, the
$15,00*) in a writ paused nt -
W. L. Ilnghlott and daughters, Friday, the first Inst.Rev. upon tho attention of thu comts and the picas.It ttulor being tu fine condition for till*
.
to Murfieosboro Mrs. Fred. S. Chaffee and baby left Is claimed that amendments made to healthful exorcise. Last Friday night avery
of Cocoa have ,
for, the summer.Mr. gone A. D. Penny went down to see heie, Wednesday, to spend tho remainder the bill by tho Houseware nut concurred enjoyable dance was given at the
K. C
his wife and little girl at Cocoa Sunday of tho summer in Tennessee. Mr.Chaffee l.a Orange Precinct.A in the Senate. This would bo n dlfllonlr hotel, and another will take placo tomoiritw -

Gus Anthony, of Wost Palm last, returning to town Tuesday. The accompanied them, expecting toleturn matter to determine, and oould only be (Saturday) night. Mis. Vanooami

Beach, was a passenger on yesterday's latter, also Miss Smith, expect to return here In about a week. done by following tho bill through the bur able assistants Mr, and Mrs.
southbound train, on his way home fioina to Titusville next week. primary Is hereby called at tho voting journal of both houses from lis Introduction Duncan will roitalnly make It peasant
C. Co. have Issued
F. E.
The
By
of Precinct No. 1 (II. A. Caillsle's -
business trip to New Yoik..Rev. Cashier I. X. Tread well, of the F. E.C. neat littlo of Hoi Ida, placo 2Ird to Its final passage, says tho for all who attend. Wo aio told that
some very maps : nt
store) on Saturday, July ,
tho
E. E. Johnson, of Cocoa, has Ry. Co., St. Augustine, was in Titus Cuba, Hayti, Jamaica and Porto Rico.We 2 m., to elect delegates to tho Democratic Tallahassee correspondent of TlmosUnlon Homo very beautiful young ladles will bepiosent

pone to Atlanta, Ga., and probably North ville a couple of days the first of the acknowledge receipt of ono from tho p. Convention, to bo held at Fort ami CitUcn. at to-moirow night's dance, nnd
Mr. Geo. M. Kobblns The suggestion Is also mado that tho the inuslu will bo fully uptoduto.TO .
Carolina, on a much-needed vacation.He week consulting on passenger department this week, Pierco September 21. 1SIW,
bill "signed tho Governor was not
by
through here on Monday.Capt. business matteis for his company,
passed order of District Committee,
By that which had received tho signatures
II.Hollar
Messrs. Howard E. Shoie W. .
,
and Mrs. W. J. Xesbitt, who Invitations to attend tho dances tobe Jr., and W. I. Shore, of Philadelphia L. K, Mkvriik.L. of tho presiding officers of tho two GIVE UP MIAMI'S CAMP.

have been spending aboufra week in gixen at Hotel Coquiun, Ormond ; and weio guests of the Indian River A, Coi.kma.n.F. linusus of the Legislature."

Jacksonville, passed through here yesterday Seaside Inn, Seabreeze, to-morrow night, hotel, at this place, from Tuesday until Oiiimo.v, Tho enrolled bill on lllo at the Stale The Hlle There Condemned by ait In-

en route to their home at Eau have been received at the Advocate Wednesday. They are on a few weeks' house, which Is chapter 455M, as published Inspectortleneriil. .

office. All those who attend will have vacation, which they expect to spend in Primary Product No. 4.Tho In I ho pamphlet laws of 1KII7,
Gillie.Mr. an enjoyable time.Mr. hoars the signal uru of tho president amisecietaiy following has been sent to the
Florida ami left for Hotel Miami Miami
,
II. M. Flagler's recentlypurciinsed Now York Sun from its Minml curiospondent -
and Mrs. C. II. of Mount Wednesday afternoon's train.Col. of the Senate, of the spuakei
Spanish steamer Argonauta has IJaeey on Democratic Primary for Precinct und chief vleik of the House, and Is but wo cannot vouch for its
been re-christened the Cocoa, in honor Elizabeth, have arrived in New Yoik, No. 4, to elect delegates to tho County
:
Gauldon nnd wife left hereon Tho acouiacy
T). L. signed by tho Governor, signaturool
town where we they are now enjoying Convention at Fort Ploico on September
and presume
the tho
of thriving picturesque That Miami Is not proper place
Tuesday, for DcLand. Tho Colonel tho chairman of the com mil too on
the sights offered to the people will be held In tho Town Hall Cocoa
south of us. many went for the of attending the 21st, enrolled bills attests that tho bill Is correctly for troops has boon dlscovoiud at lust,
by the caterers of that immense city. purposo Saturday July HOth, at :i in.By of the
on p. but it took tho Inspector general
Miss /CTotio Collins, sister of Mail follows them. Congressional Convention, and Mrs.Gaulden's enrolled, and t bo chief clerk of the
The Advocate order Precinct Committee, clinch the belief which
Aent J. A. Collins, left for her home at1'ensacola visit was to engage a house House ceitltles that this bill oiiglnatoilIn Seventh Coips to
the llrst of the week, having Attorney Geo. M. Robbins, who went for the winter, so that slio can bo close G. S. Hakiikk, the House. has been entertained by nil icgiinental
M. M. MrLhon
spent several months very pleasantly inTitusville as far as Key West nnd Miami, on business to her son and daughter, who will probably Those fncts should nt least settlo tho surgeons sinco tho Flist Bilgade was
J. P. Cool'KU.Ke .
with Mr. and Mrs. Collins.Mr for the F. E. C. Ry., returned to attend tho Stetson University, said claim that the bill readied the Governor quiiiteiod hero. Tho representative ofGen.

town Sunday. Mr. Robbins was also at to be one of the finest educational establishments tp proper shape, and that ho signed tho Lto ai lived at Miami last week nnd,

R. L. Brownfleld, formerly connected Melbourne) and Orlando a day or so this in tho South.Rev. |>iil>llcan Meeting. bill as legally piesented to him. It Isnulhoiltatlvcly nnnoiineed, condemned V
with the fibre factory at Titus week. tho whole encampment lu the matter

ville, but latterly of Astor, Fla., has A. W. J. Best left on Monday of water supply and sanitary condition.As .
gone to Chicago for the summer, where Engineer Walter R. Watson, of thoI. for Macon, Ga., to make arrangements Call for a Republican meeting, to beheld REGISTRATION REVISION.Sr. a lesnlt, the troops will bo lemovod
the pink paper follows.Mr. R. Jc 13. B. I. N. Co.'s steamer St. for tho making and introduction of a In the stoio building of It. V. Scrimgeour either to Jacksonville or to Tauipu preparatory

Augustine, was made happy the end of gasoline motor that he has Invented, tobe cor. Washington avenue and Main to oinbnikatlou for Poito Rico.
and Mrs. James Holmes and last week by the roceipt of news announcing used in connection with a wagon In street, on Saturday evening, July 211, Ai'iit'sriNK, Fl.A., July IS, 1HJIH.iililor This will very seriously Interfere with

family, prominent residents of Jensen, that his wifo had presented other words, a horseless vehlclo. Tho 1804, nt 7i0:: o'clock, for the purpose of / liiiliim llii'er Advocate. nn onlor Issued from division headquarters

are pleasantly located nt Ashevllle, N.C him with a bouncing boy. Walter now other members of Mr. Host's family electing four delegates to tho (Jaunty defining u temporary i lllo range and

for the remainder of the summer, Is all smiles, and looks two inches taller.Mrs. followed on Wednesday for the sumo Convention to bo held at Melbourno on While there Is considerable discussion naming tho detail to bo In chargo of It.It .

having gone there this week. Watson and the baby will remain in place. They were accompanied by Miss the 2
Mesdames F. A Lesley and J. D.Crabb Jacksonville some weeks longer eie they lola Davis, who will attend Macon's C. ScMMfiKOUII, oil the the roll of electors allow who to move that nway intho at Cocoaniit Grovo, two tulles from the

and families, who have been having leave for Titusville.Mr. business college, with Mr. Best's two Ch'mn Precinct Com. from main county Mr. J.N., Waller's mo say position Isright. city. This will now fall through nnd

time at Cocoa boach returned sons and daughter.Tho fresh provision will havo to bo mads
a delightful W. X. Wilson, one of Gaines I believe there are many whose
home yesterday in company with ville's prominent and substantial dry many friends of Mrs. J. Y, DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY. names havo been ntilckeu from the list wherever tho troops nreoidered.r.ArEit .

Mr. Losley, who went to the beach this goods merchants, was a pleasant caller Miller, will regret to learn that she, also In tho past few years whoso position is itKfour.A .

'week. at the Advocate office on Tuesday her daughter Clare, expect to loaveTitusville similar to mine.In litter report from Miami to thoTimesUnion

Mr. F. J. Webb, .attorney-at-law, morning. He came to Titusville to look next Wednesday for Mexico, The following is the result of tho primary tho spring of I Ml).") I left tho county and Citizen says: To for*

who has resided at Melbourne and vicinity at the irrigation plant and orange grove to join her husband, who has a lucrative election held Saturday last at the on a prospecting trip to another part oftho ever put nt test all ,nppiehonsloii as to

for many years past, airived in town owned by Mr. John Elnlg.of Jackson position in that country. Mr. Miller courthouse, Titusville, for the purpose state. I had hardly left tho county the healthfulness and snnltnry condition 4MI

yesterday. Mr. Webb will open a law ville. Mr. Wilson and family are spending has been connected with the tannin ox- of electing eleven delegates to the Democratic before my name was strlckon olT tho list of tho military camp nt Miami, and to offoctually -

office and become one of our permanent the summer at their line cottage atOrmond tract woiks at this place for nearly two County Convention at Fort Pierco, as a votor. I considered my homo to bnIn offset tho unfavoiablo reports

residents. We wish him every success. Beach, whore he returned Tuesday years, and when he left for Mexico September 21 : Brovard, owned property In no other In several papers of moio ol*

afternoon. lie was quite pleased to several weeks ago, said it'was his Intention part *>f the state, ami hnd cast n dnrnoemtio ess prominence, the Associated Press representative
Divine service at St. Gabriel's Episcopal see our shelled streets and electrio lights. to return. Wo-are sorry to lose DKMOCKATIC TICKK.r.M. voto there sinco 1X115. In middle Interviewed several officers

church, Titusville, on Sunday next, Eugene Brainerd, of Eau Mr. and Mrs. Miller from our midst, but E. English Florida my vote didn't amount to anything of tho division, upon whoso shoulders X

the 24th Inst., at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Captain through Titusville Saturday our best wishes go with them. L. B. White as that always goes solidly democratic tho earn of tho health of the men renti.

The sermon in the evening will be la accordance Gallie,last passed, en route to Apalachicola, on The June uumber, (Dado countv edition E. II. Rico ; but In Brevard It might have Major General Keifor, MajorSurgeonAppel

with the "President's Proclamation the Gulf Coast, to take command of one of the Florida East Coast Homo- J. J. Tucker counted heavily, besides being one more and Gonorals Wheaton and Gordon

of Thanks for our Natlou's victories of the steamers of the Independent Navigation seeker) published bv the Land Department J. P. Brown . to count when dociding Brevard's quota all say the camp Is located In a very

by land and sea." Co., running from that place to of the Florida Eust Coast Railway, W. A. Faimer In conventions. healthy place. A groat many Improvements
SnowdenC. I would have mado special efforts to have boon made since the
.1.8. camp
of Minis left Ga. Capt. E. L. Magruder, usual a quantity of tiselul
Mrs. Harry Roberts, Columbus, contains, as ,
been at elections and conioa nnd It Is said
have
and esi- I). Flood present was established at Miami,
settlors
popular InFlorida.
where well-known for
this Conn. information prospecting
week, for Waterbury, a former distance to vote but when I saw be done Improve
of G. F. Duren long that little more can to
with Is general manager An article relative to Dadecountv's very
she will sojourn during\he summer dent of Rockledge,
worth little to bo taken
D. C. Caldwell my name so as the sanitary arrangements.By .
her daughter Mrs. W. L. Taylor, a the above company, which own* vaiious first Horticultural and Agricultural
Goldsmith off the list without even asking whether It tho will remain
this.
M. F. seems troops
former popular young lady of Indian steamboats plvbjg on the (. hattahoocheeRiver. Fair Is an interesting feature, and I Intended to return, I registered nnd at Miami.BABIES' .
of of the
River. with its illustration one exhibits
voted In a county wheio, as I say, the
thanks and Mrs. E. P. Porchcr and family gives outsiders a fair idea of what PEOPLE'S TICKET.J. value of a vote Is to help out some
We acknowledge, with receipt Mr. be grown in Southern Florida. only carriages, chairs, cribs, cradles, 7
of of line pineapples nnd Mr. and Mrs. Jas. F. Mitchell can faction, as It Is a foiegone conclusion
a crate very There is also other profitable reading M. Dixon whlto enamel beds, cribs, curtain
'rom the plantation of Mr. E. C. B. Tyndall and baby, were passengers on last Fii matter in tills number.Mr. 11. R. Wilson that the democratic party always boats.It poles; porcelain and tin toilet sets.

of Waveland. We are pleased to day afternoon's train from Jacksonville, E. L. Brady Is n notable fact that tho largo majority Springs, mattresses, suites ail prices.FurnitureStore .

note that some of our down-river friends where they had been for a couple of W. J. Tucker, of Fort Pierce, R. E. Mlms, Jr.S. of people who loave Indian lilver Titusville, Fla.Wanted. .

kindly remember us occasionally, months or so. Mrs. Mitchell, accompanied one of the Advocate's valued patrons, F. Gray return some time or other, concluding
by her baby, stopped off here to writes us as follows from Biillochville, G. F. Duren that there are plenty of worse places,
Rev. and Mrs. Paul Heiligman nnd visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 8.Norwood Ga., where he and his family are sojourning W. A. Farmer . nnd If tho parties revising the registration .

little girl, left on Monday for Burlington the remainder of the party going for a few weeks: "Myself and Wade Harris lists had a little more patience Brevard
Iowa, to stay there several weeks.Mr. to their respective homes at Cocoa.Messrs. family arrived in this beautiful town on would stand a good deal hotter today Help for U. S. marine hospital sorvlc :

Heiligman is the Presbyterian minister Porcher and Mitchell have been the 13th Inst. We are pleasantly located Win. y.White HendryL. and carry more weight outside than U. S. revenue cutter service; hospital i

at this place, and expect to return attending to their duties In connection at the Commercial hotel, a most attractive I>.. B.C. Caldwell 25 she does. I always consider Brevard and signal corps, U. S. A.; mechanics
with his family ;tt the expiration of his with tho L. W. A I. R. P. G. Association, place. The hotel is located mid-way county my home and think of It as such, for the U. S. N.; also civilians of all

vacation to resume his pastoral duties. whose office has now been removed to between the famous warm and cold Votes to the number of 115 were cast, and whenever I am able to I expurt to kinds. For full Information call ou

Editors W; C. Barnes and Guy J.Metcalf Cocoa for the remainder of the summer. springs, where the government fish and as will bo seen the delegates on the return there and live, anil will then humbly William Hubcr, agent. No. (10 1-3 Franklin

of the East Coast Republican, batchery is locating. We have baths, first-named ticket got the majority of suo to be reinstated ns a voter. street, Tampa, Fla.I'lnii .

Melbourne and the Tropical Sun, West superb and attractive drives on Pino them, outnumbering the votes received Respectfully,
,
Palm Beach, respectively, were passengers Garden Hose L.awn Sprinklers Mountain, and it Is one of tho most by any of the candidates on the "People's" Koiiexr Raxso.v. ICesldciit'O nuil 1'iiieapple
healthful locations in Georgia. Tho ticket (with ttie exception, of
northbound train entoute
,
on
Sunday's
to Jacksonville to spend a few Hydrants, faucets and connections. hotel is a large, brick one, and Is only course, of the four whose names were on A Itnrn Opportunity. Plantation For Sale.A .
the station." both tickets) by three to one.
Jays. Bttlngs of all kinds. 100 feet from railway
and pipe villa and.
Pipe The successful delegates at Banyan most beautifully-located

Lieut. J. C. It. Foster, of the 1st Tanks made and erected.G. & Co. were C. L. Stewart and J. K. Ragnn; atMalabar For sale, the Cliffdale pineapple plantation plantation overlooking from a high,

Regiment of Florida Volunteers, arrived F. Paddmow Eau Gallie, Fla. Apiarist* nnd Poultry Jlreerier*. It. A. Conkling. at Eden, on Indian River, consisting bluff the plcturesquo Indian River; la.
,
In Tltusvillle, yesterday afternoon, of ten acres of land, all cleared the centro of the pineapple section; large*

'or the purpose of recruiting for the 3rd Twelve colonies of high-grade Italian and planted mostly with Red Spanish roomy buildings and out-houses. Modern
for Hale.
Furniture
Battalion of his regiment. He has been Chicken* for bees; latest Improved 8 and 10 drawer Household variety of pines; good new dwelling conveniences; losldo toilet arrangements

'topping at the various places along the Dogs Cuts ninl hives; good stock of honey; 25 extra house, with all modern conveniences; baths, sewerage; boat-house and. -

East Coast line, and will leave to-day for Sale. hives. All for $50. Dining room and kitchen sets, rockers, large and convenient packing house, pier; lawns, shrubbery, flowers ami IT

locoa and Rockledge. Private F. A.F"ere Also a very choice lot of Plymouth carpets, crockery, stove, mattingetc., freight house and station on railroad for acres In full bearing, best quality pine

of Company I of the First Florida sizes and trained and Rock bens fifty-six fot $20. for sale cheap. Owner leaving. Apply shipping on tho ground. Address apples. **

Light Infantry, accompanies him.e All kinds, Send ages, to James BetUs, Address, "Apiary," care Advocatk, at once to Mns. J. Y.Mim-km, Alfred Cox, Further particulars of "Pineapple, ,
stamp
acknowledge a pleasant call from untrained. 111. stating kind wanted. Titusville, Fla. Main St., Titusville, Fla. Eden, Flo. care Advocate, Titusville, Fla.
Lieut. Foster and Private Frere. Winchester, ,









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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 22, 1898.fl .



ANGLO-AMERICAN ALLIANCE. free from foreign alliance was no longer THE COMING ORANGE CROP.M. GEORG MARX. JOnN MARX.

EAZY'S SMOOTH, FAIR SKIN tenable, and the response to the overtures

From the Southern Rurallnt.It of the people of Great Britain that n. Connolly, Florida
A Cratoful Mcl'ier Writes this Letter Is remarkable with what unanimity have come from all parts of the United 'North Carolina and St. Louis and Louisville Wholesale Dealers In

Tells ell about Her Troubles when the overtures made by British statesmen States show that there Is a general feeling and Nashville Railroads, says:
that the two Christian nations "The drouth has cut down GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE.
Baby Droke out with Scrofula Soras."At and the Biitlsh press looking to anAngloAmeiican great probably ..
alliance is favorably received speaking the same language, actuated by the Floiida orange crop one-third to one-
the o of two tnnnthB, my baby
begun lu have? sores break out on li In right by the statesmen and press of this the samo motives, should work In harmony half below what it was expected the 131 and 133 Eul Kay Street and 6 and 8 New nan Street,
In the future in tho wouldibe. At time the of
choolc. Wo used nil the external sppllonttoiu country. fulfilling manifest crop one yield Jaoltsonvillo

that we could think or hoar of, The nations of Europe outside of Great destiny of the English Bpeaklng the groves this year was estimated at between noriaa*

to no nvnil. Th3 sores spread all over one Britain look with jealous eyes upon the races in extending the liberties they enjoy 750,000 and 1,000,001) boxes, but ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY

'.do of hi* face. We consulted a physician growing power of the United States and throughout the earth.No the long continued dry weather caused a

mid fled his medicine, and in a week of the effectiveness of its navy as displayed alliance with the British government great quantity of the fruit to drop, and

the hoi'O nan gone. Bui to my buiprise in in the destruction of the Spanish Is favored that would lead us to It is now believed that the crop will beIn We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow peag-
two vu pIh more another (scrofulous 'ooking guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We
assist them In of for colonial the of half million want
lleet Manila and the of that wars conquest neighborhood a
soto appeared on baby's arm. It at capture your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
woi Be and worBe, and when he was licit prize, the Philippine Islands, and extension. What we do need, however boxes. Growers expect fancy prices,

grew ILree months old, I began giving- him their attempt to get Great Britain to join is a defensive alliance to protect though, and are far from being dis MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, >), .

Hood's B.irBiipnrilln. I also took Hood's in a union to decide upon the disposition our commerce from such action as that heartened."The .

Sarsaparltia, and before the lirst botllo of the Philippines regardless of the of the continental powers of Europe inChina. orange growing Industry is making
cSc
was (lnNhed, the Bores were well and have wishes of our government, met with a A defensive alliance of the English steady headway again. It will be a OIE3C.A.S.. C O

never returned. He la now fouryearsold, Arm refusal from the British government. speaking nations is a necessity. We decade or moie, though, before the crop DEALERS IN
tint lio Vna n vcr had sign of thoso have for reaches the of the* two
any Events aie stronger than tradition, a productive capacity 100,000000 ,- magnitude year or ZFMxx

scrofulous sores Bince he was cured byHood's and It looks as if present events in the people, with but 70,000,000 to consume just preceding the great freeze. A crop
MnrsRparllla for which I feel very 417, & 410 W. liny St.,
world's history were forcing us Into an it. A foielgn maiket for the surplus of a million boxes, though, may be expected
My boy owes his good henlthnd
grateful.smooth, fair skin to this great med alliance with Gieat Biitaln. American Is a necessity, and an alliance with any year now, with fairly good JACKSONVILLE, \ FLA.IUCH .

icine." Mrs. S. S. Wrotbn. FnrmInn- and British commercial interests are Great Biitaln that can dictate "openmarkets" weather conditions."Floiida WINER rrcnte pond, rlih )lra
is the logical outcome of such truckers report the season thy IiIwmI. Ucin't nmke the lulBt.ik, i
China. The of
ton, Delaware, (let on I v Houd'p. almost identical in greed luijlng Hour jpoor vine Iwriiusc it

France, Germany and Unssia in attempting necessity. quite a profitable one, especially when cheap. It is not. It liua a nm are ir miit.| I'flH'IcntmidllOOU effect the
> | ( uiinn s>stein wMleicciod
S PUIS easy luetUsel. u < > "<. to control the commeico of China's they were large glowers of tomatoes. wine is really not expensive an,'

400,01)0,0110) population and exclude Great Thousand* Celebrate. The presence of the army at Tamp.i Itives J leeling.BB u that. pulled-together, eifMitiHtleil

Britain and tho United States from participating helped to make the truck Industry in *- Vi e make a Specialty of North TanUna -
THE FISH LAW. Mountain Dew
Corn AN
in it, Is a blow aimed at the With thankfulness their restoration to South Florida more than ordinarily lomunerative years old, jK.60 per(inllon.l'artles hlkttlirtfc
commercial Interests health by the use of Hood's Sarsaparilla. great quantities of vegetables living in J>ry Towns vlll <|
Victory for the Fishermen.Keteiing rapidity expanding Think of the vast army who have been well to order from us. as v.e (an &a\e
being sold theie for the them 60 cent, all ,
to tbo above case, tlio Sanfoid of botli nations, and necessitates joint cured by this medicine consumption per on orders
Chiionlcle Hays: action by the United States and Great Men, women and children, who have of the soldiers and the large crowds Mb%&will" Always not open send new money accounts with orders unteM

Britain to preserve open poits for our suffered the consequences of impure of visitors." suitable Jacksonville relerenre Ik L'ncn
Tlio county criminal court met nt Orlando blood, who have been the victims of No Goods sent CO. 1> to Dry 'lo\in
on MoniUy last and qui to an interest commerce. scrofula A pent lor Indianopnlis IJrew iiip; (,
sores, eruptions, dyspepsia, nervousness
Itrewers and Dottier
*,Indianapolm. iuJ'
The British is nlmost equal to the Free lMlls.
navy and
felt In it from the fact that sleeplessness.
was a Hercules Malt Tonic, 82.23 per case; Cln>ton & RiiBsell Wild Cherry Brandy, J4 SO per cane.
number of our citizens were to "be anilappear'1 combined forces of the woild. Tho They have tried other medicines and Send your address to II. E. Bucklen &

before His Honor Judge Butt, combined navies and armies of the have failed to obtain relief. They triedHood's Co., Chicago, and get a fiee sample box
United States and Great Britain with barsapaiilla and It did them good. of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A tilal
charged with violation of that State law They perservered in Its use and It accomplished will convince you of their merits. These SAW AND I'LANIXO MILLS, jacksonvilli: niu),
known ns the Thayer bill. We take the the enormous jiroductlvo capacity of the permanent cures. Do you wonder >lUs are easy in action and are paiticuarly I'lilutka, Flu. K. Hay St., Foot of Catherine,
following from the Oilando Star's account United States, can dictate the peace of that they praise it and recommend itto f eficctlve in the cure of constipation

of the proceedings: the woild, prevent the paitltlon of weak you. and sick headache. For malaiia and WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
such liver troubles they have been proved Invaluable.
but rich nations and say to oppressors ,
that of the
State .
The next casu was vs.W. to be
II.' Hunter, Wm. Douglass and I,. as Spain and. Tin key: "Thus fur ARMY AND NAVY BATTLES. perfectly. free They from are gnaianteed every deleterious Manufacturers of

Kernsey, for unlawfully hauling ordiagginga shalt thou go and no faither without substance and to bo purely vegetable.

selno in the fresh water rivers national destiuction." The present war between this country They do not weaken by their action, but Lumber and Lath.

for the puipoxe of catching food fishes. Manifest destiny seems tt> point to the and Spain brings up thoughts of the by giving tone to the the stomach and bowels Cypress Shingles, #
Regular
gieatly invigorate system.
gieat victory in which the illustrious
of the English speaking races
This was to bo made a test case by the supremacy size 2. box. Sold by F. S. Chaffee
>o per ,
ilbheitnen of banfoid and the upper S more fully representative of humanitarian Nelson played such a memorable part.At druggist. A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles,

Johns. rule and a progressive civilization Tiufalgar, In 1805, a Biitlsh fleet ofthirtytluee lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress

than other. ships of the line and four mouldings of all patterns a specialty.
Judge J. K. Welborne, of Sanfoid represented any PLANTING SWEET POTATOES.
tho defendants, and made a motion Rescuing oppressed inhabitants of filgates (the armored cruisers offtiodem When at home, write us for prices; when up our wny, come and see us.

Islands of the Pacific ocean was not the Heels), engaged a combined French and
to quash the Information. First Nothing is gained by very early planting
thought of our government when the war Spanish battle array of forty ships and of sweet to insure
On tho ground that the net known as the potatoes, except a

Thayer law, under which the information to free Cuba and rescue its starving filgates. large area from a given sizeil bed by
A single broadside from the Temeralre THE SOUTHERN FUEL & SUPPLY
was brought, is unconstitutlou.il; people was forced upon it. Now the drawing and setting the first slips that Company.
nations of Continental Europe would a Biitlsh waiship, swept 200 men
and Hccond That the law Was not passed appear and getting them out of the way
fruits of from the from the decks of the Redoubtable. This
snatch the
tho In the form victory of the next planted out In
by Leglsl.itmu refilled crop. Slips
by the the constitution. United States as they did from Japan, paitlcular Fiench ship numbered 572 April require more cultivation and rarely Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,
but Great Britain says "no," and dead in a ciew of OHO officers and men,
Welborne made any well those in
Judge a strong aigument produce so as planted May,
on his motion, saying that the attempt at Interference by Emopean only eight officers escaping of the forty June and July. The ground for the first Yitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
would show Great Biitaln on board.At .
as a
Legislature had no legal light to pass powers and each successive planting should be

this law, rcstiicting fresh water fisheries, factor in the controversy. the close of the terilhle struggle kept In mellow condition; where it is inclined
south Is Interested in this between England, Franco and 17 408 West Street Jacksonville Fla.
The Spain Bay
vitally
Telephone 202,
another for thoso In 'salt waters. It Is inspirit to pack under the rain, by occasional
matter of open ports to commerce in French and Spanish ships had been captured
and which
and letter
so palpably so outrageously plowing ro-bedding,
Asia, us a large proportion of our expanding and one blown up, ami between J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.
wrong, us to be unconstitutional, also suppresses the crab grass that may
there Is cotton in killed, wounded, drowned anil pilsonors
and it was a surprise to him that the commerce start. By no means should slips be set
both and manufactured the losses of the allies amounted to
state form.
Governor should sanction the passage of raw after a rain until the beds have been V I Invite your Attention to my Complete Stock off
This Spanish-American war begins in nearly 7,000 men; on the English ships,
such n law. freshened by re-bedding, or at least list
Within two miles of tho mouth of tlioSt. anew poriodiln our national develop 1,3H7 jack tars had surrendered their ing. If a judicious measure of watering HARDWARE AND CROCKERY 4-

Johns river it Is no ciline to seine, ment. It means the annexation of the lives. and shading is employed, it is easier to
Hawaiian Islands and U How ludicrous seems the vaunted destructiveness
according to tho law, but beyond that >e building of make draws live in dry weather than in Glassware
the Nicaragua canal, both of which have of the modern engines of Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware, GranIteware -
limit a terrlblo one. They say we can wet, for they scald in the hot snnshino doors, sash and blinds, aud Builders' Hardware, water coolers, ice cream
been In the the shortsightedness war when fourteen Spanish ships iu their
go that near to the liver's mouth; but delayed past by after a rain. freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves. Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, garden tools,
suppose tho people In the vicinity preempt of "alleged statesmen"' own harbor and backed by strong shore plows and harrows, paints and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry ncttlnc
whose batteries could not make the slightest and barbed wire,
statesmanship sees no faither ,
We would then betrespassers.
these wnteis ? There Is more Catarih In this section
This law Is manifestly and than present party advantage. Tills war impression on Dewey's six large vessels <>f the country than all other diseases Harrison Bros* Ready Mixed Paints.ti .
means that the United States will have a nor even kill a single man! put together, and until the last few years
palpably wrong. It abridges an occupation to be incurable. For iei>i?e te rne for Prices. I respectfully solicit a pnr-
whose honesty Is not questioned and foreign policy in the future that will not Similarly, at Atbara, Sir Heibeit Kit great was supposed many years doctors pronounced ita a prices ninr answered patronage.promptly.Mail Orders given 1'roinnt* aud Careful Attention, and inquiries fur

the court should step lu and protect only bo respected, but enfoiced If necessary. chener, the British Sirdar, repulsed a local disease, and prescribed local remedies 3vr.

men in an avocation which nature gave force of over 40,000 Dervishes, but the nnd by constantly failing to cure

them the right to carry on. Former Socretary of State Olney was machine guns, field guns and repeating with local treatment, pronounced It incurable. West Palm. Beach, Fla.
when he claimed that the condit* Science has proven catarrh tobe
Judge Welborne then went on to prove light lilies Mere responsible for but a few hundred a constitutional disease and therefore

that tho law ns it appears on the statute Ions of the United States, with a popula- of the 3(100,( Arabs who were slain; requlies constitutional treatment.Il.ill's .

books was not the ..nepassedby of 70,000,000, were so changed from the greater part of them foil In the handtohand f'atariah Cure, manufactured by Magnolia

islatuio at all, but that by some means wIlen n numbered but a.OOD.OOO that the fighting that took place when F. J, Chenny & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the Grocery....
ndvlce of Washington to keep entirely the British stormed the Arab only constitutional cure on the maiket.It .
he knew not how-had been so manipu- troops
is taken internally in doses from 10 Wholesale and Ketall Dealer in
latud'that the governoi's signature was "zereba" at the point of the bayonet. drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly

obtained to a niousure which had not There is but one conclusion to bo on the blood and mucous surfaces of the STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES

passed the two houses and received the Only the tortmes diawn from these figures, and that is, system. They offer one hundred dollars
of the me'ditrval for any case it falls to cure. Send for
signature of tho presiding offlccis of the rack are that, Instead of becoming more Inhuman ciiculars and testimonials. Address.K. Butterlne, 14cts. per pound.

Legislature. Ho showed by the lecordsof agonic comparable* which to the nnd destructive as the centuries roll by, J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Write or call for our Cash Trice List, which will please you.

the State Senate nnd House that tho many women war Is to-day a far moie merciful game 2 "Sold by.Druggists, 75 cents. 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets
Senate amendments to the original suffer through and Infinitely less bloody than In the JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Telephone No. 233.
Thayer bill, which this statute was supposed days of flintlock, cross-bow and javeiln. Wife: "Oh Henry, I have just received

to bo, had not boon concurred Inby Whatever advances have been made In mother's photograph, and it Is a

the house, and that the law as signed the art of producing huge guns of Immense speaking goodness!" Husband : "Then

by the governor was not that which had lange and power, and of perfecting send It back for goodness sake, and get As George Heard It. Siicklen's Arnica Salve.

received tho signatures of the pieslding appliances for rapid nnd continuous one that can't speak." f-vl' 'tS" tef a d S11*. T The bestSalveTTu world for enU,

officers of the two houses of the Legislature. firing, equal, If not greater, strides have said Washington. Sr.t patting his bruises, pores, ulcers, salt ilieum, fever

been niado in the science of affording adequate son on the head, "and some day you "ores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
ALEX NEAR. KKNK8T TAYLOR. can make a United States for corns, and all skin and posito -
After argument by County Solicitor the peculiar protection to both garitsons and yourself eruptions,
and diseases of their delicate be president of.A tively cures Piles, or no pay required.It .
R. G. Robinson, in opposition to the feminine structure. crews. NEAR & TAYLOR is guaranteed to give perfect satisfictlon -
motion to quash, Judge Butt sustained Nothing less than unbearable torment Most of the West India Islands owned Fashion Not*. or money refunded. Frlce 23c. per
the motion of Judge Welborne, and would induce sensitive-minded women to by England were captured from Spain (Successors to John McAllister.) box. For sale by F. S. Chaffee & Co.
methods
submit to the intolerable of the
quashed all the Informations against the average doctoin dealing w ith diseases ol after some haid fighting. Jamaica capitulated Artesian Well Contractors

fishermen. this nature. in 1IU5, Tiinidad in 1797, St. Beauty la Blood Deep.
"
is better than these
That there a
detestable "examinations"way and "local applications Lucia In ISO;!, Bahamas in 1070. I EAU GALL1E. FLA. Clean blood. means a clean skin. No
Heats the Klondike.Mr. ia a truth which some women beauty without it. Cascarets,Candy Cathartic
nave yet to team, although thousand* are clean your blood and keep it clean, by
A. C. Thomas, of Marvsvllle, Tex., already rejoicing in the knowledge. They stirring up the lazy liver and driving all impurities
has found a more valuable discovery have found in Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription EASY RIDING. from the body. Begin to-day to
than has yet been make In tho Klondike. the one unfailing remedy which banish pimples, boils, blotthes, blackheads,
For years suffered untold agony from Leafs feminine weaknesses at their very All the time and speed when you and that sickly bilious complexion by takin*
This marvelous "Prescription" Cascarets, beauty for ten cents. All druggists
hemorrhages source.
by
consumption, accompanied want it is a feature ofTh.o
; and was absolutely cured by Dr.King's restore* absolute health to the internal great satisfaction guaranteed, 10c,25c,50c.St. .
organism weakening drains and ulcerated
New Discovery for consumption, conditions; stops gives elastic strength
coughs and cplds. lie declares that to the supporting ligaments, vitality to the Keating Bicycle... Kilts island is an abbreviation ofSt.
gold Is of little value In comparison with nerve centers, and complete womanly vigor Christopher's island, so called by
this marvelous cure; would nave it, eveuif to the entire constitution.It Here are some Keating points for your consideration:
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Asthma, bronchitis and all throat and women at every critical period in their The Frame makes it There is probably but one thing which
from the time when
development; they
lung affections are positively cured byDr. merge into womanhood until the "changeof STRONG. is harder to do than get out of a warn
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in the to get
is
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ChanWs morning,
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drug store. Itegular size relets, and $1. from pain.A DURABLE. Into a cold bed at night.
Guaranteed to cure or pi Ice refunded. lady living at 7 Park Avenue, Chicago, Tils, The Bearings give it
Mrs. Kiuily Howe, write*: ** I. myself, sunereaa
long time from female weakness and seemed SrEED. T Curs CoutlNttlon forever.Tiho .
The Balearic islands came from to be goinor into a riecline. Took several bottles C'.isvurets Cautiv Cutuurttc. loo orO*.
name of your* Favorite Prescription and it saved me R- fa ft Th Double Roller Chain It C C. C f Ail to cure,drucK'st* refund muuefJfo
the Greek ballein, to throw, because from a great deal of sunenng. 1 now enjoy perfect mmfesf *dSs."sA" Tv
i
health and will ever praise the wonderful makes it flt.Up .
their inhabitants were anciently noted of medicine."
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on or track
slingers.In .The best popular medical book la the
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S way
the Arctic who wants
regions a man Common Sense< Medical Adviser.It TONIC
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f for and Fever.
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not return for several days. The wife only. Address the Doctor at Buffalo, N.Y., WHEEL COMPANY; leaving the hands free. New Yk simply Iron and Quinine ra a tasteless

takes the hint and departs. or send 31 stamps for cloth-bound copy. Middletcrwn, Conn. Journal. form. Children love it. Admits prefer.
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INDIAN KIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 22. 1898QTEPHEN"



professional Cards. PETITION POJt LICENSE.To H Williams, J W Jamison

W 11 Hicks, HODGES & GODFREY

Sam Mitchel, J W Jamison HOMESEEKERS ,
,.nB0B K. BOBBINS. WAtTBB S. GlUBlM. the Honorable Board of County M J BuiksD ==_

A GKAIIAM, Commissioners of Brevard County. Manufacturers of
BOBBINS Florida : II J M Smith, S Bryan


ATTORXETS-AT-LAW, >% Gentlemen: I, the undersigned, W. J. A Habnlcht, X RobettJ E Shore Mathers, Who arc Seeking a, Home in the Yellow Pine Lumber

Tucker, wishing to sell liquors, wines J K Wooten.FW ,
10 to 12
From
n.ricjc Hours: a. m., and beer In Election District W B Cross, Church
Xo.
and 2 to 4 p. m.Titusville 0. of liOrOH 4k I>ltK8SKI>
Brevard County, State of Florida, here A J McDonald, South should send to the undersigned ,
Brevard Co., Florida.p by apply to your Honorable Body to F W Church, W M McCuhlinsA Orange Una Head*.

o. Uo*> 108, grant me the right to sell such liquors, J McDonald, Prull A Vegetal,!* Crate*.
practice in all the courts state and fed wines and beer in said Election Alexander Bell J 8 Bell
WUI District, for a copy of tho Lumlmr dellxered atkiivpart of Indian River
"aieclat faoilities for examining; and perfectIn and we pray your Honorable Body to A J McDonald. on throueli bill of lading. Anjone contemplat*
land titlee.M grant mo a permit to make such sales. State of Florida, I liiK biilliUnir on the Ka>t Count, would do well to
;, write for price*. The Hawnilll In nirunred on the
Respectfully, County of Brevard. ) J., T. A K.V.. lly u miles sotitb of l'ulatka.SatNiinia .
W. J. TUCKER. Florida East Coast Homeseeker.We
beforo John
Personally appealed
me,
ISOli S. JOXES, Dated July 0, 1MW.We Henry, a notary public in and for Brevard lliiglitN, I'utnnni co.FIa.

county, Florid.*, W. J. Tucker, applicant
ATTORNETATLAW.TITUSVILI the undersigned, being a majority to sell liquors, wines and beers
Choice . .
of the registered votei s ot Election Dis in District Number U, in said County
E BREVARD CO. FLA. have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and foi
trict No. I), of Brevard county, Kloiida, and State, who being duly sworn says WinesLiquors
Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest in th United States.
do
most respectfully concur in the abovo upon his onth, that each and every name
County Judge of Brevard County.tv application, and ask that a permit He or mark affixed to his application to sell Apply to . and Cigars.iuainntced .

granted as prayed for, and tli n we hate liquors, wines and beers in District ( Pure.

signed this petition after June 8, 1M><. Xtimber !), Bievard county, Florida, was JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner, Sold at reduced
L. GAULDENATTORNEYATLAW, In accordance with Chapter 43.10 (Xo. 31!) the act and deed of the person purporting ,

of tho Laws of Floiida.TETinojiER to sign the same; that theio was no FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, prices

: Wrrni fraud, bribery or deception, in piocuring IiiinnrtwlTokay
esses: such signatures or marks, and that such ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.MANIER Wlite,
Will practice in alt the Conn* of the 8tateof John P Cook, W M McCuhlinsU ,
marks obtalnod after from
Florida,and the United States Courts.p. signatures or weie Italy.
W Leonard, revision of the registration lists inJuue
0. Box,23 TITC8VILLE, FLA. Fred Hartstone, VLfcinithA 1S08. John B. Togni
,
Money to Loan. 18 J McDonald, W. J. TUCKER.

William Anderson, Fred Church Metiopolitan Saloon, 12.1 Kant Uay St
Sworn to and sulmciibod before me

GOLDSMITH, William Johnson A W J M McDonald, this itli) day of July, A. D. 1SIH. JACKhOXVlLLK, FLOKIDA.WliuleHiiln .
M. McCuhlins
JOHN HENRY
) his x mai kW Fred Church mill ItetallTho
W Layport, J B Men Iwether, [Seal.] Xotary Public

ATTOKXEY-AT-LAW, Fred Chinch, & LANE MUSIC CO.Conoyer Largest and Most Complete
John G
May, Fied Church MAY AFFECT FLORIDIANS. .
Tltusville, -, Florida.P W W Layport, Establishment South.GEO. .
V L Smith, A J McDonald

F Roy lance, Slirolllittme of a Itrltlaliprovement iniImmeiiHe S. HACKER & SON,

J. WEBB, J S Bell, R A Sveu; ingenO in Ktfypt.Xo .


ATTORXEY-AT-LAW D S Carlton, R A S Tucker SwearlngenG more pleasant news has been published Fischer Kingsbury Frankiln

,
S Tucker, for a long time than that which ,
Will in the Comts of the
practice 7tliCircuit.
Spencer Bow man R A
SweaiingenJ told tho British public of the signing of

J B S Boil, the contract for the constiuction of a L
Melbourne, Florida.T Mertiwether, It A SwearlngenJ PIANOS
S Bell, great dam across the Nile at Assouan.As .

J A Richards, J It MerriwetherR your readers know, works of this tiesciiption -

O. FRIES C. E. A Sweatingen, have been urged upon the Egyptian
C Xelson, J S Bell CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS
F Roylauce government for many yoais, and
,
COUNTY SURVEYOR. J A Russell, V L Smith since England took control of that country

Land legally surveyed and subdivided.H.ipping F B Wright, repeated surveys have boen made and Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms. >i siw iiu i fm -yrmmnpm'mwPMMAXUFACTUKEKS

J B Dickey, Ed F Davies schemes formulated, all of which have

neatly done. Estimates for C S Emery,
been balked by the obstinate opposition
Douglas Spiers, W B Spiers Write for Catalogues.MAXIER. OF
all kinds of engineering works. Disputed James Arnold, of the French. There is money lying

Hues a specialty.Titusville W B Spiers, Douglas Spiers idle in the Egyptian tieasury, the surpluses A LAXE MUSIC COMPAXY, Doors, Sash, Blinds,


Brevard Co., Flokida. W V Faver, W James C B Bass SpiersT Aruold, have been of many most profitably budgets, which employed might In 24 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Flu. Moulding & Building Material.Oflico .


T C Bass, W B SpiersW building these great reservoirs, in which
AVi it E. FOSTER, V Faver, it Is calculated that nearly twenty mil. Cannon St loot.Charleston M

( Thos Carter, W V Faver lions cubic meters of water will be
his x maik Daniel L Futch S. C.
I ,
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, stored, capable of iriigatlug and bringing ,
Daniel L Futch, T C ItassW
Rooms 420 A 4>3, Gardner Building, V Faver, into a high state of fertility enormous

Jacksonville, Flokida.l. J A Wright, Daniel L FutchW areas of land now sandy desert; and, GOING NORTJ t VTRAYEL Sash Weights, Cord and

V Faver, therefoie, increasing the revenue ot the

J McCollum, J A V WiightW FaverC state by $>-\lHI0,0l)0) per annum at least.To YIA THE "TIFTON ROUTE." Hardware.

\\ ) t>C0TT. GOJtDUX R. BltOOMK.OC0TT all however that tho
pioposals
accumulated
T G Lashley, B LashleyW Window and Fancy Glass

A BROOME, V Faver, revenue suiplus should be
Chailes Gibbon R A Sweat Georgia Southern and Florida Railway.Suwanee A SPECIALTY.BO .
ingenF used In this way the Fiencli have opposed .

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Koylance, an emphatic negative. Florida
Jens Helseth R A
Swearlngen'hniles River Route.
(over Bank) < Gibbon', cotton growers may bo affected by tlieso YEARS'EXPERIENCE

Miami, Florida.pEORGE tlenry Bowman, II L LowdIS developments on tho Xile.
( Tucker, The Georgia Southern & Florida Railway complines part of tho Tiftou Route,

Reuben Cailton, J E Day and Is the most direct route to all points Xorth, Kant and West, and opoiates the

W. ALLEX, G S Tucker, PINEAPPLES. finest Pullman ButTet sloepors; double daily, Jacksonville to Xnshvllle via Macon,
George Sweet, A .1 McDonald
F Koylance, Atlanta, and Chattanooga; traveising tlio famous fiult belt of Georgia, and the

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, Chailes J O'BiIen, W R Copeland The Xew Yoik Tribune furnishes the Hlstoiical Battle Fields of Xortli Georgia and TemienH o.

F RoylanceF following instructions about preserving Trade Marks
Key West, Florida. A A For further information, maps, schedules, sleeping car loservatluus, etc., DtaiONSCopvrioht
Hendry, RoylancoJ
pineapples : Ac.nnrilna .
write or call on *
Will practice in the United States D Junois Tho most delicious way of pioservlnga Anvnne a akntoh and diuimintlon mar
and State Courts. James G Seward, Win Colliar HUGH II. IilCIIAUDSOV, Oen. Agt., qillitkly amwrtiillllimmtliin our opinion fme wlmtlior an
.
0jun05T Thomas C'alway, pineapple is In its own juice without 7 llogan St., Jacksonville.Win. I. priihnhlf |ml. |iil|umlh bl <.Kikoil Tom limn Patent lin.tloiiamrlullrnonllilntitliil. *

A B Low ry, J B MerriwetherJ using one drop of water to make the CIIECKLEY SHAW, G. A. MacDOVALD, mint friio. oltliint Hiniiiny furmimirma lnUeiil*.

T \ F. II. HOUGIITOX I) JunorsM syiup. I'cel carefully the requisite number Vlce-riesident, Macon, Ga. Ueu'l rassenger Agt. BperUU I'ntmita notlc liikiin, without tiiroiiijli vnnrui Muim). In tin.A Co. receive
J Muller
II A Crews
of pineapples weigh them after they
Scientific American.A
US Tucker
.
1.i 1f 1/
J W Jamison, M J Muller aie peeled, and allow three-quarters of a hiin.lnoinolr lllniitrntfirt weehlr. Turnout elr.milntloii .
DEXTIST. O S Tucker, pound of sugar to every pound of |pineapple. any kind, and no fruit depends more on Parlor.AX of anf mileiitllln Journal. 1'ernia. (II ayi .
ShaYing nrt four montha, (U Hold by all newsdealer*
culture and stock for Its than
C C Miller B W Miller quality apineapple. .
Put tho pineapples in a huge
36,8" d-- New fork
Daytona, Florida.O G S Tucker, MUNN & Co.
B W Miller, C C Miller yellow earthtfti bowl or In a stone crock, llrauou OiDue, 106 If Ht.Waahlu tu!>,1>. CHUHHtR

G S Tucker, and scatter the sugar thickly over' them THE SCHOOL JOURNAL REVIVED.

ALPII E. SMITH, 31. D.PHYSICIAX ( O W Smith, 7. CavendcrG till it Is all usod. Cover them and let

( his x maikW S Tucker, them stand In the sugar twenty-four .
tin A J McDonald
A Mai ,
hours; a clear juice will nearly cover
AXD SURGEOX. F Roylance, Florida School Journal which
Tho ,
Specialist In Genital Urinary an Rectal C F Olmstead, A J McDonald them then. Xow take each pineapple tho of 1'rof. E.W. .
run under management
F Roylance, and tear the pulp off the core, using a \

Diseases. Albert Christopher Christopher O'BiIen silver folk. Drain off all the juice from Banington, of Qulncy, through the

ids x mark J S Bryan, months of January, Febiuaiy and Maich
Located
at riactde Hotel, the pulp and also the juice and sugar In
J B Lock, G S Tucker has been rovivod
and then suspended,
the dish in which the
Jacksonville, Florida. J S Bryan, pineapples were
Chas M Xelson, J S Bell put to'soak In sugar; put all this juice and the July number will appear In a

W T few days. It will be under entliely new
Hayes,
into a preserving kettle. Let it come to

Pineapple, Orange ami liCnionLmul W T Hayes, J S Bell the boiling point and boil for five minutes management, and will be made one of f
Chas M XelHon
For Sale, Cheap. A G Green, J S Bryan then skim it and strain it through the niont attractive publications, typographically
In the South.J. .
out
A J McDonald, a gravy strainer over the pinonpplo pulp. gotten

I have for sale 80 of J S Keen, J S Bryan Let the pulp boil up in tho syrup once, C. Trice, who has been connocted ..i t''
pineapple
acres W B Cross for the ten
with the Tallahasseoan past
and on St. Lucio liver few miles be"w then can it immediately, as longer boiling t'f i
a S Castle, J S Bell almost continuously, and for the
Eden, 40 of which being northeast F Haitstonc, darkens tho pieserves. If you wish, years four has been the associate H. S. MEADOR ,
J M Fisher F II irtstonuG the syrup can bo claiifled.To past yonis ,
quarter ,
of northeast of section
quarter
will bo the managing WanliliiKton Avenue,
S Tucker, make'a marmalado contlnuo cooking editor of tho paper,

the 18. township other 40 38 is, south the northeast of range 41 quarter east; M B Daniels, W J M Muller McCuhlinsM the pin apple pulp for half an hour, editor and business manager of the TITUSVILLE, - FLORIDA. ::iut PEFFER'S NERVJGOR DJ.2b .
order of
southeast quarter of section 3, then strain it through a colander. Return School Journal under the new nntn j iMjwrfiiily nil quii bl/. Curnrt whflii nil
Jas J Keen, J S Bryan from Mr.Banington nthoi* full, younif muri riii ln l""t umnhmnti old
township 38, south of range 41 east. F Roylance, it to the fire and boll the mass, things, having purchased iiitiri rtinovitr youthful vU' r. *.tb olia< >ly *Vtiiirtiiitee
The above land be for $10 entire Interest. Mr.Trlco *! to< tire Nrv Mii *j*> ,> fa'cab % It nitty,
can bought ] HartstoneJ his Ftul 1 l.- t to
Fold ,
Albert A , stilling it continually till It curls before Imuoicnry Mltfhtly >n
Per acre. It Is suitable for pineapple, D .Junors, In addition rltiiar **# Kiilllnir lMt ory* Wufltlntf kf *
orange lemon the finger which Is pushed through a Is a practical printer, rHir i, nii'luH tfrtt* ff fit/ aim** trr xetmta u or lime growing. r E Robinson Chailes J O'BrienA which Insures WurilA Off iMNttnlt* iiri'l non uiiiplt| ..il
will bo sold In lots of 40 acres, for J McDonald little taken out to cool. Another way Isto to his other qualifications, >tm tlHtdruirtfift irupoRA wifrtii)' biiimtttut t onviiu
t'Oi-nti-ift lc yliililn iiriiit * U. This land will soon be worth foOI' J C Staples J S Bryan peel the pineapples for marmalade the fulfillment of the promise to make Iiikf I'l 'FFH'M NKUI I4>UIK( of mtiKt fur llVn
' r acre. Journal attractive anil the Tallahasseean t>*crrUt<\ hi nt ptwlmt. lr p Ul plnin wrt'n
A J McDonald, and grate them, saving all the juice. the *r. *l par Ikix, nr l for W.t* wan A l* tti*
Apply to C. II. Walton, Advocate J S BiyanJ trusts It will receive the liberal \% rltieBi* 4iUMr ntee *rt Otar* r K run l th*
mce II B Buike, The pineapple pulp and iulce should MnnT, F iiiuhl*>t frnA HoUlt>f ilruifKlftt*. Aair<<-
to
: Graham
or Bobbins
A TltuiH M Fisher, the undertaking deserves.TallahasHcean j'icirrJeU MiuOic'A.i a *n> ct.i M #. jiu
viUe tf II B Burke then be weighed anil a pound of sugar support HMl *

J S Bryan, J M Fisher, added to every pound of pineapple. June .'!0th. COTTON Sold by J. IJ. Hcievon, only..NKWiM'WUVKHti 11

J II Hill, J S Bryan When the marmalade has boiled half an The Journal will run a few pages in SOFT SEINE TWINES.A 1 KROYALTAKSY
What do need In the way ofavelopes to the
you J D Junors, each issue devoted exclusively
the
note and letter heads, bill II R DanielsO hour, test It by pushing finger Instruction STURGEON TWINE,
Raulerson of Fubllo PERFECT
M J ;
|
>*e shall be glad to have a share of your G Bevill J S Bryan out to cool. If it Is not done, cook Itlonger. which, alone, will bo worth many times CABLE CORDS and MACRAME.E. .

work. We have first-class 1ob departnient -, the subscription price to teachers and .. ?tKVrHr.HJCA
a ..
F Hartstone, JOHNSON m. '
EMORY o* fiaw.r ij.i>i Aii J *fr |j (uruipr
connected with the Advocate, F RoylancoO school oflicers. dt R Head, delicious of M00DUS CONN. I OVttr B0.04MTItMllcMk
aad all ask work. The most way serving a HlW UH9< fcjT
we is thare of
a your S Tucker, ln luor t" tiw'O orirtutaf. Ii *
pineapple on the table is to peel it, cover WHMtof mmeirwM* lfMllOtlwM4e ffatlJI*
I John Pinkney, J S Bryan ENEMY to health is Impure blood, iiiiar.| put Imjn. nmll bo (I. M ll0ui
mark W T Hayes, it thickly with sugar, and set it away In'a a In pUIti wrmppwr. iHuii'l io lf
) his x as it leads to serious disease and great fit ntr*f r pirtl *il-r*> **<*M br 1 n>pIdrtitfifi
C B Smith, (i S Tucker cool place In as pretty a glass fruit Hood's Sarsapariila meets Notice for I'nhlU-utloii. ->C<.nr 4ilmo>i IT* fr.It HKIHJ.iCah -
W T Hayes, suffering. < > 1AII Vv Clilvwfftt, 111*
dish as you possess, for ac least two and conquers this enemy and averts the
G S Tucker, C B Smith Gainesville Fla. Kohl by J. U. Screven, only.Don't .
hours. When you are ready to serve it danger.HOOD'S. Land Otlice at 1
W T
Hayes,
June l.'i 1HIH. (
,
S the fruit from the core with a silver
J Bryan tear
work.ferrys ( D Kemp, FILLS re the only pill to TyT'OTICK l fierel> iclren that the followlnic-
W T Hayes need to be reminded Tob cro Spit ant] Riuok* Tour Jir Anty.To .
} his x mark fork. Housekeepers take with Hood's Sarsapariila. Cure all fnuiiitMl iteitler nun nlwl notice of III* Iritriitlou -
W J Tucker, O S Tucker pineapples is especially to umkeflnul proof In aupport of til.rlnliii qull Cobftceo enally nnt! forever,bo mo**
preserved
that liver ills.Malnrlon.
W T Hayes, and that siiKI prmif will ha made before netlo. full of Ufa, nerve umt vl or. tales Ko-To*
O Seward delicious served with whipped cream. A < lurk I'lrt'iilt ( ourt at 'I ltii vlll KU on JnlrMi Doe.the wonder worker, tliut malt 01 weak men
EDS-q Charles Mitchell, James HUH, ,Ui Klmlrxd l OrlftU, of Tltimvlllo,
Charlie Williams, pineapple Bavarian cream is one of the U devoid of bluer taat*. Kla., Ifomeatead iililttf, for the eont-half nfw trong. All drugfflfttt Ooor>U Cureiruarsa*
iithe.ut of taction 21, teed. I look lob an J sum pie free. Addree*
'JO towiubip
,, av paying crops because they're J R Carter, J L Casper best desserts we have and there is no Cures Chill* and Fever; acts on the liver oiitu> range quarter M eaHt.He Sterling Ketuedy Co* Chicago or New YorltZST

< r.-id alvrajre the t> *t. For J H Wynn, better water Ice or sherbert, as our Xew and regulates the system generally. nauwa the following wltneiwe* to prove bl*
J M Law continuous realdence uixm, and cultivation of,
"ery where. Refute substitutes, D M Bryant, to call it than All Druggists.Kdaemte .
cousins
prefer
O F LaneyA England aid land.vl i Hrock Keveln,of Tltusville. fla.j All communication* for thU
"j '-' k to Ferry's Seeds and prosper.S There is however Hum Vutrh, of Tltunvllle, Fla.l Muck Tucker, ofTltuavllle paper
T Sanders one of pineapples. should be addrestteil "The Advocate
II B Smith, ria.( C. V. flood,of Tttuaville, *!
Seed Annual free. Write for It.D. II R Smith, very little satisfaction to be obtained Toaf Bowel* With Coeearet*. W. O. ROBINSOJT, Tltusville, Fla." This will Insure Immediate

M. FERRY A CO., Detroit. Mich. W" W BeecW, John X WallerJ from coarse-grained, flavorless fruit of tOe Candy,80c. If Cathartic C.C.C.fall, ears,drugguu constipation r funa forever.money. RegUter. attention.
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 12, 1898.



-* INDIAN RIYER ADYOCATE. 4AWKBKLV ever, "to war" was the cry, and States free of duty, did not object destiny of the church, and Ills potential SAYE MONEY And Buy From *#**
those who were most enthusiastic to annexation. will be fully demonstrated

in working for that end should not Would it not be a good idea to n His prophesies of the nations. lie Is
JOORHAL DKVOTKD TO TUB DBVKbOPMB.NT seated at the right hand of the Majesty
wind the little ( ?) increased living annex Cuba- while in the
Of TUB IKUIAN HIVCH, LAKE we are in the heavens, controlling and ordering
WORTH AMD UIHOAVKB BAY SECTION*. expenses, and be willing to pay mood? Uow would Florida and all things. He allowed the barbarities
their taxes promptly. Spain cannot the other southernmost states like and cruelties in Cuba, to the end of His

1 UULISUKD KVK11Y FIUDAY. be counted upon for a large that ? the forbearance hands of, and the then United gave States Spain to into be Grain Hay Feed Garden Seeds, Flour Grits

war indemnity, and our people will dealt with, and a way that nations ,
Charles It. WAltok, Editor & proprietor.Dlvrimtlnlianre probably have to shoulder the burden should
THINK OF YOUR HEALTH. study out the why. Germany Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.
of the expense incurred by the has possibly insulted the Majesty In the
of advta, mimtbemada personally United States in the war. heavens more with her shameful Infidel-
1 at this ofllce or by writing. No one will care to argue that Ism and Christian Infidelislio learning, Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless to man
presuming with its criticism to VIbeast.
higher
individuals make themselves
knowingly
establish what Is inspired and what isnot. Only sell for cash on the CloseBt Margins. Write for quotations.
SANTIAGO'S SURRENDER.
Check,etc,may bo maclo payable to CHAitLKSH. ill, and there are but few- in the scriptures,* which has made
WAtTOM,publisher and proprietor persons who are not cowards when its way into England and this country Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.P. .

The complete surrender of Santiago it comes to a question of enduring with so much vigor, that I am looking

AMTnun all communication* to subject to our terms, was pain and confinement to bed, and for Germany to be dealt with next. The Try a Sample
of
INDIAN JtlVKIt ADVOCATE, still it has authoress wants a "golden age and
not unexpected been there who will
McMURRAYBAKER.
are none willingly if E.
pence, even to be obtained by the
TiruaviLLB, Fm>kida.V. the cause of heartfelt gratification invite it; therefore, it is safe to constant menace of the naval guns and OUR $25.00 ONE

to the people ofthe United States ; assume that if earnest thought was armies of an"Anglo-American alliance,"

of Agriculture for while there has never been any more often directed to the care and her wish will be gratified to the extent HORSE FARM
S. department
.
of that alliance obtaining
doubt of our ability to capture the and' protection of personal health practically
"Weather IJureau Jupiter, Flu. Universal Empire. From what I can
WAGON.li
place, it would undoubtedly have there would be less sick beds occupied learn Gen.'Weyler saved out of his four .

been at the cost of the lives of and less medicine taken.To years' salary, $1(10,000.( President Cleveland Axles, 1J Tires, Patent v.heels, double box, shafts and Spring Seat.icycles .
The following is a comparative statement many thousands of our brave defenders. follow the trend of inclination the son of a Presbyterian minister, Sundries, etc.
of temperature and rainfall for the is said to have had the ability to score JACKSONVILLE
Irrespective of to Main and Church Sts., FLA.
wock ending Tuesday, July 10, 181W. consequence himself many points higher, but fortunately
181)8) 1807 Then our plan of sending the health, seems to be the creed of has not placed this country

Spanish soldiers to their own country the many, and nature's laws and under such a responsibility for brutality.

is a good one, as when these rights are considered and the The same prophet, Isaiah, teaches The NewSelden
that this will increase her colonies
country
tell their the when sickness
troops countrymen only as surprises to the jealousy of other nations,
manner in which the war in Cuba and Bufferingfollow, disobedience ; her naval strength, unable to contend

has been conducted, and give them or, to use an indulgent or extenuating with opposing forces alone, and as Eng Door Company
an Idea of how they have been imposed phrase, when some "slightdiscretion" land's ambition will Impel her onward, Cypress
In her dominant career, the alliance will ,
those in
upon by authority has been committed.It be absolute to about
an necessity bring
Total rainfall from for normal tlio week rainfall: 2.04 for Indies the with false reports from the seat is not advocated to' give such that fabled "golden age and peace," this

Departure Indies. of war, it will open their eyes to close thought to oneself as will beget lady in common with her sisters so much
week: plus 1.03 Departure desires. God it bo and Opened October 1st, 1800, turned the steam on to
the grant ,
from normal rainfall since January 1, true situation and set them ijnhappiness by anticipating may so

minus 11.(>0 inches.J. clamoring for peace. The sight of ailments which are not likely to end the refining to the shameful Influence wickedness of ladles,, put drunk an One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sash Blind
W. Ckonk Observer. the arrival of the famished and ,
,
occur, for 'an ever-present consciousness edness, profanity, adultery, which is so
$ rugged warriers in Spain will do in this respect begets contaminating for refined women and General Wood, Working Plants in the United States.
crimes violence that fatten
much to substantiate their stories, personal misery, and "discomfort to newspapeisin

TITUSVILLE. One south hundred of Jackson and too, and show them that matters others -a condition of affairs directly civilized the two nations.most Iteflnod favorable ladies Christian can assist And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eiizut

ville. Is t lie county seat of Brevard. Itis are certainly not as they should be. opposed to contentment and according to their power, by throwing years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the best
at our hands. Our production will
Klflfflffifl the head of navigation on the famous Porto Kico will be the next center nervous repose, and which of itself a charming mantle over the eyes of possible material and workmanship cover
Hot-house Materials Tanks GlasB
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, etc.
Indian Ulver, and is In the orange, plno- of hostilities for our land and is productive of mere physical ills. the "potential personality, in the
apple and venerable section of the Eaf tCoast. naval forces, and it is believed and The readers of the Advocate are heavens, and like Sampson, lie may be
coaxed, not to mind such little..side
It ha* live white churches, good
schools, residences and stores, tannin hoped that in this cuse also we desired only to exercise that cool slips, that are well counterbalanced by CHAS. N.f WELSHANS

and Ice factories, bank, newspaper, two will have a bloodless victory. Spain judgment and common sense in putting other nations on their good behavior. ,

hotels, several hoarding houses, two railroads must now see the hopelessness of thinking out for themselves the individual Wm. Wedstkr.

steamboat line, electric lights, continuing the unequal warfare, health problem, which, as Daytona, Fla., July 10, 1808.

''shelled streets, etc. For hnntiDg and and if she is wise will make the intelligent individuals, will direct CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
fishing, this nectlon Is excellent, and is ,
quite a pnrudiso for hunters and yachts best of the matter and not try earnest attention to the requirements Our Troops at Santiago.We .

men. The hammock land for orange, further conclusions with the United of health-protecting methods
HAIR AND LATH.
sugar and vegetable growing is said tobe States, as it can only result in depriving in carefully avoiding note with satfsfaction that Secretary ** *
some of the finest in the State.A her of all her colonial exposure Alger has decided to retain the
weather
of inclemencies of
possessions person to of invasion at It is decision '
army Santiago. a State Agent IM.. Paints and. Oils.
and her
perhaps wipe oil' or over-indulgence of the appetite at once courageous and Intelligent.It .

messaoe from Florida to Manila the map as an independent nation. or to many other indiscretions Is courageous because it disregards Old 'Phone"8. ) n 13 Hogan Street,
publio In the It Is intelligent
opinion premises.
would have travel distance as well as to precautionary
to a
beoause it has the sanction of JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
of 20,000 miles, iind the cost would ANNEXATION OF HAWAII.Thekk measures which will protect all well-Informed persons and all scientific

be !|i2.41 per word. health, and at the same time not authority. To remove the soldiers

If, as a matter of fact, the annexation render life miserable by a gloomy from Santiago at this time and scatter
Hawaii anticipation of illnesses which them all over the country in various .HAMMOND PACKING CO.
of may
While the women of the United were necessary camps and barracks would be subject not
States able to take for the successful conduct of the never come. only them but every neighborhood in . . .
are not an active
war, it is'doubtful if there would Education is recognized as the which they might be located to incalculable
part In the war. their tireless be any to oppose its acquisition, foundation of uood health, and danger. Secretary Alger has decided (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.)
seal in supplying the little comforts wisely, and he deserves the approval and
but knows good health begets good
that the government
of the troops is much appreciated everybody commendation of all thoughtful men. OUR SPECIALTIES :
United States is in and prosperity. The struggle
and of all no need of the Washington Post.
worthy praise. island for such a purpose. Then therefore, is in the primary "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon

what other attractions teaching of the future citizen of
possible can
That check for $ from this the the Orange Grove nml Residence "Coin Special" canned meats."Calumet" .
t73,15t.2 it have for us ? Let us see. In country youth of nation.

Uncle Sam, payable to J. Bull, was the first place, we are required to It has been the history of for Sale.A hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .

not compensation i'or the honeyed assume an existing debt of $1,000000 ,- the world that no nation has prospered fine grove and garden property of leaf lard.

words recently uttered by our a fact which, of course, will intellectually or commercially 12 acres, fronting on the Indian Hiver
British cousins, but in settlement come in very convenient in assisting by whom the health of the and extending back to the county road Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .
at Sharpes about 15 miles south ofTitusville
of the Behring.sea bill, which our people to dispose of their people was ignored,, and it requires known as the Brock place; compound lard sausages

should have been pnid'long ago. surplus funds; as having so much no deep nor intricate reasoningto .>00 bearing trees; good house, four
on hand, they would be obliged to demonstrate that sickness is expensive. rooms and kitchen; servants' house and and all Packing House Products.

is one country in the dump it into the sea or some deep packing Apply house.to Price, $4,500.00. FLORIDA BRANCH : Jacksonville Fla.JE3F .

world that appreciates its newspapers hole to get rid of it, anyhow. Then, Individual peculiarities and susceptibilities Robhins & Graham, ,

a little, it seems, and that to help us further out of our embarrassing play an important part Attys. for owners, Write us for quotations, and you will be pleased.WATCHES.

is Belgium, whose government has position, the yearly sugar in the life struggle, and Intelligent Titusville, Fla.Rdurnts .

issued an order entitling the wielders tax of $10,000,000 would not reason must be exercised to reject

of the quill to the tree use of be forced upon us ; we would lay a the hurtful and accept the beneficial. Your novels With C ci ret CLOCKS
('ntlmi'Llc,
the railroads. If other governments cable to Honolulu (only a littl distance There are certain principles lOo.SSo.Cunily If U O.O.full aura,druKRiatsrefund conRllpni Ion forever.money. ,

would follow this rule, they of some 2,400 miles) so that in health preservation which maybe f fANGLOAMERICAN

would probably find it to their interests. we could keep in touch with the called nature's dogmas, and Jewelry Diamonds
great Hawaiian business marts which must be carefully obeyed if ,

otherwise we might find ourselves pernicious sequences would be jSfcl| Souvenirs Wedding Rings and Presents.
"close avoided but within the of ,
compelled to
Folk hundred million dollars is shop ; a guard range
fleet of war ships would also astonish these laws there is a wide scope

the amount authority estimated that will by have a competent been the natives, and give them permitted for indulgence of wishes SetSlLVERVWRfi FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING

a chance to become conversant without harmful results. It is only
expended in our war with Spain ifit A SPECIALTY.
with the "big and terrible things" necessary, in order to avoid mistakes
continues until the end of the
calendar which is Uncle Sam can make ; then, there that we shall think before Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way. R. J. RILES,
year, not unlikely would be a few other Minor de- we net and deliberate as calmly on 223 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.
to be the case. The war will
fails, such as a naval dock, fortifications health requirements as we are wont
thus have cost us in eight months
harbor improvements, etc., to do in the business relations oflife.
more than the Crimean
money great all of which, however, could be arranged .
war cost England in the two
for few millions PLANT SYSTEM.If
a paltry ,
of its duration.
years
and thus relieve our minds u little ALLIANCE.nr. .

from the anxiety of having to
Another new Florida weekly think out other schemes for the Editor Indian Hirer Advocates

newspaper has been launched on disposition of our burdensome The "Anglo-American Alliance" you are going anywhere, whether it be to the

the sea of journalism, under the gold (euh the horrid stutr). But tide in your l; nt issue, I have read wlth
title of the "Sunday Call." Itis then look what in much interest. j
we get return
published on Saturday evening*, rock-bottom It the wisdom of man or woman can North South East West Northwest
a regular
bargain to-
and will be devoted exclusively to solve the mystery of the wars and misery I ,
wit : Fifteen beautiful islands, this world has witnessed, it should begiu '
the interests of Jacksonville, being embracing a fertile territory of to show some indications. "The glowing

owned and controlled by citizens about 6,000 square miles ; a fine description of Isaiah, twenty-six or Southwest
,
of the metropolis. Hamilton Jay, station centuries ago," will be fulfilled to the
coaling just a couple of
letter, but not through Christian Influences
a popular and well known Times- thousand or so miles away (we but it will be effected by the Ask for Dr. Eden's Homeepathie REMEMBER THAT THE

Union writer for many years past, might as well call it next door) Person, Jeans Christ. This same Person

is editor, while K. J. Seymour will its advantages being yes, but we u potential enough to map out the HEADACHE POWDERS.Drlck of Railways and

manage the business part of the must hasten, for had we stopped to PLANT SYSTEM'FTs
In such hands it will
paper. undoubtedly
enumerate them we would probably Lime, Cement, Chimney ripe, Stoves, Agate and Tinware, Varnish, Steamship Lines
prove a literary success have been unable to get out this Brushes, Rope, Row Boats, Etc.
is well as a profitable venture. issue ; the care of a few thousand WITH GATEWAYS AT
The Advocate wishes it a bright peaceable natives sick
very much?
existence.Dckino. Well, what of that? It opens up a EDWARD STIXXXTG Port Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville,
fine field for ,
our surplus young
its recent session, congress physicians ; as a summer resort "THE BRICK STORE," Charleston, Montgomery, ..TiftonAXD

made appropriations to the (all the-yeor-round there bea
) can OOOOA, XxxcSLleintx 3El.lxror /\ VARIOUS OTHER POINTS,
amount of $81)2,527,991, which includes comparison? No, none; and

provision for the sinking then but why continue? Surely, Dealer In With Its AU-the-Tear-Round

fund and the interest on the public no further words are necessary to

debt. Authority has also been convince everybody of the desirability Hardware Lumber and Paints Is the
giVen for the sale of certificates of of including Hawaii in our Double Daily Service

indebtedness to the amount of one glorious union. And to think that Best Route,

hundred millions. If it is found people people credited with good, Doors Sash Blinds Mouldings Glass Potty Oils
necessary to have further appropriations common sense, too should have And that all Information can be'obtained Promptly by

with which to carry on been opposed to the annexation ; Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle, Ship Chandlery, Flags and Bunting, Addressing or Calling onF.

the war, it will mean an extra session why, the thought is simply pre Wooden and Willow Ware, table and pocket cutlery, Shingles and Lath, .
M. JOLLY Division ,
of congress; and Just when posterous. Even the wealthy sugar Wood and Metallic Coffins and Caskets, Iron pipe and fittings, Agricultural Passenger Agent

the people will get through paying planters, who will probably get Implements, Artists' materials, Bicycles, etc. etc 138 West Bay St, Astor Block, .
all this is hard to IIow- their Jacksonville, Fla.B.
money say. produce into the United Kit "The Retail Battle-for-Llfe Merchant." W.
WREKX '
Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga. .



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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 22, 1898.Daytona. .


akasthsfoodpura, fi fit tUea b ,, ,,, pr0UI of terfie ,

wbol.aoma ud dallctooa. '
"D(1 jMrSl Hamilton have gone FERTILIZERS

il"? 0Lfe, Michigan for the
? ? { e leaving, contracts weie />i i nBanyan.
the ,
r p urablDK of th ir handHome -
peninsula home, including furnace
as well as water, lights, etc. '

In Tuesday's Justice's Couit, II. V. SPECIAL PEICESao
colelough brought suit against Walter
McCIenuand for nssault and battery.
After heaiing evidence on both sides, COft
the magistiate leseivud his decision in
order to take the caso under thoioush =,
advisement. __IE in.eeLpple: ; ; | Q-r-w@rs: :


AkiH

-A.11 Aroun rt 37oxtllin5ox*.

Price $25.oo.GUARANTEED jy Befoio buying the following Materials bo sure and apply tous
R. B. Stewart has
neaily completed
Absolutely Pure his new wharf.S. ANALYSIS: for pi Ices, and wo will pio\o to you e can savo you money.

Jones, fish dealer at Tioi.lc, is do Moisture Ammonia to 10A STEAMED BONK, RAW BONE,
ing a very good business.Col to HSO n
kiiinl| to Sulphate of Ammonia to BLOOD AND BONK, ACID PllOMMIATK,
.Avallnble l'hoHiihorlo Acid 8 to n
,oy l hhiko K>wDi eo.,mw vowc. J. L. Casper, wife and son Henry Kitial| to Hone rboniihate of Lime 11 to 11 DISMU.Vl'.D BONE, NITRATE OK SODA,
spbnt Satuulay in Banyan.R. PotaHliK2 0K 8 to e
<|tiiU u> Hulphste of Potash ! t io
SUL1MIATE OP AMMONIA TOHACTO STEMS
C. Creech left, Sunday, for Miami, Muicnetila,lame, Soda, eto. i .. oft to tioB3T" ,
where. he will work at caipenteiing for atime. Write for Special Pamphlet.KS TOBACCO DUhT, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD AMIES,

Key West.jjrs. COTTON SEED HULL AMIES, KA1NIT AND POTAMIKS.
The Misses Nannie Harper, Mary Tu- Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0TcLClzsoaaTrill

\V J. Albury was visiting Miami ten, Vlda King, Zandie and Katie Stewart H prices.
recently.jIIbs (of Titusville) pnd Annie Mewait (of
,i Lemon City ) visited Miss Floienco
Brantley Creechon
Emma Carey has accepted asitIon feu ml ay last. Pleas o Correnpondwith us bofovo boiny induced to buy from Dealors. Send for

, In the Key West postoflice. The precinct meeting (as reported in hi Pamphlet.

The steamer St. Sebastian, of Tituslle last week's Advocati.) to elect delcgitcsto

Triage.basanived hero with the mortar the Saturday county last.convention Great, was interest held heioon was LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO., m

taken in the election, and evetyone turned
torpedo-boat destroyer
The auxiliary out. The main issue seemed to be
mk hasailived here from the Cuban with , ZE loxidciMelbourne. -
legard to the County Commlsstoneis -
ickado.ChM. it was Shaipe and antl-hhaipe. ThoantiSharpe

Gozzeno, charged with arson, cand'd.ites for delegates weieO.
is been committed to jail by Justice L. Stewait and J. R. Ragan; while the quite a number of pines.

irrcn, to await tilal at the teun of the friends of Capt. Sliarpe nominated J. N.Chalkcr Miss Annie Ross has left for her homo The Premier Flour of America.
ireuit Couit in December. and It. B. Stewait. The votes OOOPE flOODE.-Tteal Kotate and fxianw.Airent in Tampa, wlieio she will leniain for
stood 10 to II in favor of the antiSharpemen. for /Ktna, I )u \ relief society has been formed byeral ( ,and Iniiierlul Klre Inxuranve. Spec lalattontlon
.
Capt. fi lends made
ladies for the Shaipe's out a paid to the Interests of nun resi*
\ of our young purueof allowing duntM.WIIFN. Some of Jas. T. Waters'ducks wcio
minority report, piotesting against
nourishment and deli- but discovered in the
providing missing, wt-ie savannah
two men who are citizens of the
lies for the sick and wounded soldiers by acoloied man.Dr. .
Narrows, and one who is a legistered YOtr Of> TO MELltOTJRNK call at the Unexcelled Biscuit
id sailors in the various hospitals here. voter of Melbourne, to vote, they being lt.iz.mr, Mrs. Chan .1. F. Camphnll Co., Milliner L. T. Daniel, of Cocoa, Is at Jensen
from Commissioners' distiict No. land v, NntioiiH, I>rv Oooiln, IjiiIIph' rc and wovon ITixlerwour, I'ttrrla' Roiuiwned -
When in want of any kind of building 5. t'ontotn, eto.,cnilirohlerv and colored silks, people have paid him a visit."Old .
In loads or otherwise the souvenir gpoonx, stationery, etc.HOTFL .
iterlal, car Glory" was scum floating fiom For and
ullilers' Supply Co., at St. Augustine, Buy lumber and other building mateiialdtiect several places when the news of Santiago's
nELTKVtTE, KI.A.
to make a delivered MELHOCRNE.
ill be pleased you
fiom the Birildets' Supply I nelv view of Indian ItivHr. In a nhelttrodxitiiiition suriender was leceived.
ice at or your middleman's station. commission You have nocat's to Co., St. Augustine, and save the lumberyard ratOH.Superior accommodations. Moderate Quite a number of Edcnltcs have gone

man's commission. W. It. CAAirtlELL, Proprietor fishing to the St. Lucie Inlet. It Is to be Bread
hoped they will have a jolly time, and Pastry.
return with plenty of lish.
toMiami. West Palm Beach.E. IIOTFL 1tIVER4II>E!, MELBOURNE, FLA.,
owrlookintr Indian River; honitdike act'oni.mnfliirlnnH .
and (rood board. Kates f 1 no p rilnvor
0 00 to 47H) per week, aocordinir toloratinn lish.Georgiana. .
election of Chas. II. Garthslde's Root came dov. n Sunday night fiom of room. Sppcial rates to River Represented by F. M. BURST JACKSONVILLE FLA.SEEDSMI
* brick building has commenced.Geo. his homestead at West Jupiter, returning 'pooido. CHAS. T. McBRIIiR.l'ropnotor.. . Fish and mother, Mis. Hall, weie .

Monday morning. welcome visltois at Mrs. Hughes, Thms-
Zapf, of West Palm Beach, has
tiblUheu a pool and biliiaid loom ats Many West Palm Beachitcs aio to be LFOV A. TEFK, M. 1) PHYSICIAN AXDSt'ROKON day af tei noon.Everybody .
place. seen in the suif these diys. The dips in Melbourne, Fla. has been busy planting out
Old Ocean aie thoioughly enjoyed.W. sweet potatoes since the rain. F. W.Munson and Garden SEEDS.
The building of two cottages on Fourmth -
Btreet for Jos. A. McDonald has II. Cox. of Boynton, was in town Chailie Hotton left hero last Monday has set out neaily two acres.M. .

mmenccd. m Friday. He has gone out of the meican- for Atlanta.I.eon Carson and wife, also Mrs. Page,
tile business, and will turn his attention Ebeisol is in Chas.McBrlde's took an eaily diivo Monday morning,
of the finest pineapples now clerking Ilou.se
some Seed in the State.
giownre to faiming. stoie.Rev. and called on Mr. and Mis. J. II. White.F. Largest l
this year were those of Mrs. Julia
Tuttlo's. The Lake Worth Fruit Co. have about W. C. Barnes made a business M. Pieico has had some grubbing
The of Ice lemonade gotten their canning factory in tunning trip to Jacksonville, returning Tuesday. and dealing done on the river front that Special Vailetlcs of Coin for Floilda. Seodi for Koddor ciops.CasHiiva .

within peddling the cream limits, has been, order, and will Boon be able to commence will Improve the looks of his place very Seed, 7c.> per KM), bust. Send for Pilce List.L. .
c, camp work. Lawyer Robbins, of Titusville, was a much.
ictly prohibited.Geo guest of Hotel Riverside last Monday. CAMERON Seedsman
,
The welcome rains of last week have Hiss Myitle Baldwin made seveial
M. Robbing, a prominent Titus- done a world of good. Vegetation has Major Lovett and three gentlemen pleasant calls Fiiday last. Sho gives a 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
!o attorney, was a recent guest atutel put on a new giowth, and the ponds and were In town on business last Friday.I. good account of her tilp to Miami, and
Uiscayne. lie had been as far asy Also Shell Peacan Tieos I to 2 Olustee stock *ld 100.
? West on business.W small lakes are again in their normal N. Tread well, of the F. E. C. Line, of what she saw and hoard there. Papor yeais, per

condition. was a guest of Hotel Riverside, Monday.W. The many fi lends of Mrs. Owen will

B. Vorhees will put up a brick The committee appointed to shell tho E. Gerow, of Jacksonville, was one be glad to learn that since the weather is
AtKta block on his lots on Twelfth tennis court in the park are about ready of tho pleasant guests of Hotel Riverside cooler In Louisville, Ky., her health has
t, it is understood.Homy to repot t. The shell was put on the this week. mu'-li Improved. Sho hopes to bo able toeturn GHESEBRO BROTHERS *
J. Anthony has resigned Ids grounds last week, and we expect that to her home heie in time for the
Mtiou in the Bauk of Bay Biscayne, toiote before many clays go by the young people The Literary Society met last Friday girls to go to school wheu It opens.Rev. .
his time ofule will be enjoying the game. evening at the home of the Misses Hop
to secuiing the office J. B. Hawk preuchod two excellent
county tieasurer. kins.U. sermons on Sunday last. M. Carson WHOLESALE

The Miami bakery has the contract toraish S. Commissioner James T. Hogg and wife, from Atlantic; C. Russell,
the tioops with Beveial thousand Fort Pierce. has moved Into his new oillco In the wife and little diughter, Mrs. Bower and CJommisson JTisn Dealers M

nes of bread daily, and C. F. Thomp- Stewart block.Mis. daughter, and Miss Hattie, from Coqulna ,

n> the pioprietor, is said to boon the The pineapple growers aie busy fertilizing Han Is anil son, also Miss Delaney attended service. Conie again,
r road to fortune. and Mr. Till, of Micro, were pleasant 11 lends.
The now.Mis. visitors to town last Saturday.Mrs. Harvey Bower celebrated his twentyflist No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Maiket, Now York.
troops aie now being supplied
for Chicago
left Mondiy
L. Klopp on
a ice water, large tanks having been to spend the summer.Mrs. L. C. Moore, of Erclldoune, Rose- birthday Sunday, himself, mother SPECIALTIES: Spanish Mackerel, Sheophoad, Ponipiuio, Blueflsh, Rett
8 city water being abundant, that Granville Bevill left, Monday, for and Mrs. John Goode, this week.Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Whito. Ho is the Snappers, Klngflsh, Trout, Green Tin tie, Redhead and Canvas-buck Ducks.

L. C. Bowyer, Miss Mary Bowyer I believe he has tho honor of being
Joe Bryant returned, Monday night, and Master Ralph, left here for Bartow, the first child born in this vicinity, his \
from a short visit to Eao Oallie.Thos. to spend some time with relatives there.L. many friends offer him their heaity and

.Bovill carries the Fort Drum C. Lock wood now rides a fine bicycle sincere congratulations, also best wishes FOR SALE. Homo-Grown
mail half way dining the summer, from his homo to his pi ice of business for a long and happy life. ...

r beach hotels and cottages are fillip of his land each day, and says it beats walking.Rev. .
Ford is having p-ut
A.
with guests.ivumqimt cleaied, preparatory to building upon it.Mrs. . E. W. Butler left here last Monday Eau Gallie.Capt. PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS *

trees here have bloomed and arilved heie for Southern Pines, N. C, to join
Hieir fruit, late as it is.tlie Foyand little and are gill located at the his family, who are spending the summer Capt. and Mrs. Nesbl .t have been Of the following Varieties :

Colonnades, City Beautiful, is Fort Monday Pierce evening hotel., there. spending the week In Jacksonville.Mr. I Abbaka, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, Ripley Queen, Smooth d

' tor the summer, and a ball is on held services Miss E. J. Lee passed through town and Mrs. ((eo. F. Paddlson have
!tapis. The Rev. Mr. Outland morning and evening. last Monday, on her way homo to Melbourne gone to Atlanta, on a short visit.I Cayenne, Pcrnambuco and Red Spanish.
heie last Sunday
1 recruiting office has been opened Quite a number were in attendance. Beach, after spending some The government signal service station, Apply to (). C. MATTHAMS. Floilda Pineapple Co.,
in one of the rooms over Conrad'sre. of Thil. O'Bilenai weeks north. at Canaveral, is to be discontinued West Palm Beuch, Fla. *
The wife and family
Jackson The manv letters of thanks sent to shoitly.
fiom it
Saturdiy
rived here on
Nor Woodward, of the Oth Ohio ville. The latter has been baching for Melbourne from the soldier boys show Sheriff Brown, It. J. Stewart, Di.

ameers, is visiting at Mr. Thorpe's, quite a long time. how that much they enjoy far being from borne.remembered, Holmes and several Jacksonville commercial "Z'ff* H >" n '"d any Job pi luting, weKhali ..I BOY OR SELL...
they are
we peninsula.lt now men, were noticed in ton the be pleased to get a shaio of it.CfiT" .i
for
Adrian Sample left, Snndiy, a The evening train daily brings soldiers past few days.Lieutenant .
ll our churches.Thanksgiving servers short vacation at his home In North Car Confederate Money Bonds &
#
held, in accordance with the olina. Atticus Edge mkes charge of the through our little town on their way to Merrill, of the N'avnl Reserves If you lecelve a sample copy of .
Went s proclamation. Ice house timing his absence.Courtenay.. Miami,and some of our ladles aie always went south Monday, on his li" the AnvncATK, it Is an Intimation that POSTAGE STAMPS. v.
brave bovs
at the depot to give those aa turn from Canaveinl, whoio he went to It would give us pluiisuie to add your
0. Miodenhall has been summoned (lower, and wish them god-speed. They Inspect the naval station. name to our fast-increasing list of sub Largest stock In the world. Address
Wanilo to the bedside of a friend.pe seem to be a noble set of fellows, and behave scribers. It does not cost three CHAS. D. BARKER, Atlanta, Ma.
to be back In a few days.l like perfect gentlemen. Alex Near went not th Tuesday, on a cents per week (postage Included you) when
home Philmout, N.V .
l??n8 Captain Bingham's curiosities The Messrs. F. C. Conkling, A'dlnIladlev visit to his former the Hudson taken by the year, and It can be sent to
i is of lading taken from the SpanoipsAigonautaand F. P. Harper has been on the sick list John Nicholson, Tom Nicholson, liver., a pierty Mr. Near little relies town on on the Advocate von In any part of the United States or COTTON and

Puxlsimo Con for the past week. Clarence Hull, Ernest Hadley are the keeping liini Infoimed on Indian River Canada without extra expense.Oiiaruiitco .
Mr.Osterly of our town who left here
horse to
Whitlock sold his young/nen news.O. .
Fred
last week to into business at Miami,
g's' of our winter residents, who are of Cocoa.J. but we hope go to see them all buck here F. Ensdy left for Tampa Wednesday 112 per cent Intercut. LINEN NETTING... .

meting at Asbury Park, refresh G. Bast and M. S. Sams paid the before lonsr, as they are sadly- missed in lie will be engaged In the construction
"mtelyes while the mercury stands t county seat a visit last week. our s'iicial circle. of a large mortar battery, onEgmont Eleven acres land, fronts on Indian
thinking of Florida.Vn Key commanding the enhance and Banana River; small cottage, 2 artesian
Sheriff J. P. Brown, of Titusville, Thomas Powell, who has ben clerking to Tampa of which work his brotl wells, KM) nice orange trees, 11,001)pineapple mmmm
,if our Peop'e' oiiglnally from spent Tuesday night in our little town.A for Chailes McBride In his grocery Richard bay, has charge, plants, shipped over 200crates
er, Ensey,
ibwi are meeting old friends inments arilved in town stoie for the past few months, left here last season; gitavas, mangoes, Japan persimmons
from their former homes, caigo of mosquitoes everybody last Thursday for Palatka, fo enlist in Eugene Bralnerd has gone to ApalachIcola. and other fruits on place. Price
"Wiur love-feasts they have, too.imh last week and aie keeping the Florida Volunteers, Tom was acood Mrs. Bralnerd will remain here I.WO. Address IJ, Auvooatb office.Titusville FISHING TACKLE,

niber8er has started in the busy fighting. faithful fellow here, and we know some time longer before Joining her husband. Fla.
?
ttle '> * trip to Miami. The Farmer Symmes, J. G. Bast and C. S. he will make a Rood soldier. He was a Mr. Bralnerd will be engaged in Superior quality Linen GUI Netting
Ptein ?iT Promised, in case he meets Harper visited Banana river last Sunday. member of the Melbourne Home Guards boat building for the present. His made from Knox's Scotch thread.

? tler' l brng, U' U"erml. They sailed over behind old John. and will be missed by them. friends wish him every success.C. ...HENRY A. MEISTER... Samples and estimates cheerfully furnished.

with h wanting to buy some ostriches B. OlfTord, of Birmingham, Ala., Corks, Leads, Lines, etc.J. .
Anyone Monday. July 2..th. [Send the Advocate an order for any master mechanic of the Louisville A nusTci.AssBarber
0 here next
folk the fair should be S. JOHNSON A CO.,
-.. ..* -r f*. Ronald especially very much now a* they will be auctioned ott by sheriff job printing you need.] Nashville railroad visit last, paid week.the Ease Mr. 'GlffordIs Coast asummer's and Hair Dresser Manufacturers,

*n to the wilds, Brown.rhas. interested In pineapples at Hobe 121 South St., BALTIMORE, MD.KoToBu .
Klver Wonder how he likes spent from Wednesday Eden. None but skilled workmen employed.
: T. Harper
rW,, Hound, and is one of our pleasant winter
lU of city life ? until s tu.day of last week with Private room for ladles' hair dressing
M in He ay the mos- visitors. and Shampooing. Razors put In order. for riftCsats..
Img gO0e |nto rOBe cuj. relatives in McLean, of the Xorna, is paying
simply down there.JTTrJ. Into ,makes weak
tenible The steamer St. Augustine ran 11.1 East St. Bath Rooms. Guaranteed tobacco bablt cars
Bay
" hiii *,*0*!"" lr
I bushes set out, and there Charles Mast leaves next week for bis the latter vessel lying at her usual mooring Jacksonville; Florida.

''l eu are so now for the b 8 when Ohio home.We place at the railroad dock, while the
easily obtainable St. Augostine was trying to make the
''h ou' to wb t it"ol have a few more mosquitoes than city dock. Th Conrtenay received considerable
'Mh ? *"*
,W1 tba bids for the 670'keror is really pleasant. damage and may have to betaken Toe ADYOCATE does neat clean Job Printing.lijiav .

wer8 <= < tor, quite a Ter .C h. Coo-.rtj The soldiers passing through'now get off her regular run for repairs. ,
demand. were made for tbemnsky







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INDIAN RIVKR ADVOCATE. JULY 22, 1898.3CIE .



seldom grow over two to four feet long,

Tobacco I have planted it In the corn fields and The Tropical TrunK Line.

grown it with fair success between the

rows of corn. The ground can be cultivated

later, and the crop can be harvested Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway

will cure well, have a bright, easier than when running vines are ,

usod. There Is only one strain of the JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver.
rich color and flavor, with good
vineless potato that we can Indorse.

Inirn.ivj properties if liberally There are two others somewhat inclined SOUTH In Effect June 88. '08. NORTH T"T30am
Vo. ami.I No. 21. No. 87 No.2J NO. 32. No. 78.

d with fertilizer to be vineless, but the foliage Is much Local 1040 p 912a ...JACKSONVILLE. ...ArLvl > 645pm
M-ppl a cont LncJ'MiHidnr
Park.. 6 52 6
Mixed mop 836 a Orange am 10pm
Con less dense, and the stems of the leaves Peoria
Tu, Til. '
.u.i'j' at ka t 10% actualPotash. are not nearly so long nor so heavy as In and Sat Vi as i> 10 02alu Magnolia 8 13 am800am Sol pm Vkwlnid
!140p Ola Green CovSprings.. 6 4Sp in ,
the case of the true vineless. The other 2 45s M40a 11 00aIt PaiataaSatsuma. 600am354am 5 00pm * Fri
.. 245pa
two, which are, perhaps, varieties of the Pomona

true vineless, judging from the resemblance 4Via 50aVI ....Crescent City Junction 3 S3 p in '
5 2 i I 52 a 0lpVi Seville 3 03 am 3 36pmSoBpin n
of the foliage and vines, have not 638 a 325 a 3l'p DeLeoit Springs.. . 2 40am22d loiopn UNI pa,
GlenwoodHeresford
themselves to be as productive '
proven 4 15 p 2 40 a 1 Olp amzTl 235 pin 93Ji012pB
f of here as the true vineless, This may account 1 l p Art DeLand { Lv 2 10 p ni
"i.f vv; irn sulphate.TIuj 8 07 a 12 4 pI ArLv. ' 2 65pm
for the partial failure somo have 438 p 2 56a lip Orange City Juno a iu 124 pm
of tobacco is im- 4Sp ..knterprlse 1 48 p in
quality
repotted on the vineless. In one of these
4 55p Ar .... .TI1USVIAXJ3 Lv ;i0o0aui150pm
llotlIvM strains there is not only a variation in 8 4!>l ..Jit. Dora..
tliut form of Potash.
j ,v u by 4 (Kip ...Tavares .
the vines and tops, but also in the tubers. 3.10 atali I 4T>p Ar Hanfbrd Lv 1 40am *715p4
'*i I 10 26
5 10 a 4 6T>|> pm
t ci.U lor them.
Z'.j ut Uk.u. > true vineless, but the other resembles ASa 5 2llpII BartowAr 8 ISpm826pm 6 85 amtlo
4LltM.N KALI WORKS, 110 10 at 10)05p Punta Gorda Lv 10 piu
very much in color and quality the pumpkin 3Wp Tampa 7 87 p m 8 05am
NttMiu St. New York.
9j Hotel ...
750 aTil. Tampa Kay
This being true the vinelessis "
yam. 6 4R|> Ar Port Tampa LvLa 7 0b'p m sBiral
likely to become tho parent of an entirely SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES ., Tlinr* SatSun.Wed&Fri. nci Port Tampa ArAr 2 30 p m Mon. Thur & Sat
2 00|> Key West Lv 80Opm Sun. Wed & Fri.
new race of sweet potatoes, ranging ArHavana Lv
THE VALUE OF FRUITS. In quality from the soft, sugary yams Finest Cuisine anil Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville aud New York.

of the South to tho sweet, mealy Nansemonds The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers : Daily, t Dailr except Sunday. Fruits are of meat value In many "Seminole." Train leaving Jacksonville VU a. m.arrives Gainesville 1:05: p. m Ocala 2,00 p. in., Teesbur.
"Cherokee
of the North. "Comanche" "Algonquin, "Iroquois, 3:45 p. in Krooksvlllo 6 55p. in. dally. *
forms of disease, Hays Modem Medici no, Trains SI anil 32 Carry Through Pullman UnfTct Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati nnd Tamiu
because of the acids which they contain North-Bound. and local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open for accommodation of passengers it
BUTTERMILK AS A MEDICINE. Union Station, Jacksonville, at 0 p. ni.
sail to tlie tide
Steamers are appointed to according
These acids, when taken Into the blood, From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling at C/iarleston/ ), Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. INDIAN RIVER SERVICE.
break up so mo of the compounds of From CHARLESTON, 8. C, < Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Indian River Steamers leave Titnsvllle 5:15 p. in., Mondays and Thursclns for St I.uclc Ttitor
The question of how to utilize the For hour u(sailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papera. and intermediate landings; returning, arrive Titnsvllle Thursdays and Saturdays, coiiininin.
waste substances which have been formed with northbound trains.
waste production of all manufactures at South-Bound. W. M. COFFIN, O. D. ACKERLY
,
and thus give no lise to an increased
the present time, when the sharp competition Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier ail, East River, New York, at 3 p. m., as follows! General Superintendent. General Passenger Airent
cxciotloQ of tlu'Ho substances through ForCHARLKHTON'.H.C., Mondays, w ednesdavs and Fridays.
ron|f the, kidneys. In this way fmitsare a is one that deserves and has For JACKSONVILLE,I LA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde .
h.id close attention
vldrseM great advantage in the tieatment of says Elgin Dairy New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)

rheumatism, gmvel, and all the different Report. The creameiy men have not (Calling at Charleston, C, both ways) Florida East Coast Ry.
given as much attention to that matter "&TEAMERS"
morbid conditions which thosocalled
accompany as the importance of the subject' deserves. are appointed to sail as follows!
uiio acid diathesis. The observations From foot of Hngan Street, Jacksonville, From Lewis'FRIDAYS.Clyde's Wharf. Iloston, TIME TABLE NO. 15, IN EFFECT MAY 16, 1898.
Of late years there has been a THURSDAYS.
of Il.ilg lespoctlng the relation
to utilize the skim milk and
of uiic acid to msurasthonl.i give tofmlt disposition SOUTH BOUND (R.ad Down). NORTH BOUND buttermilk and whey to better advantage St. Johns River Line.I o84
acl, a gieat dietetic value in tills diHiiuie. I No 35 STATIONS.
ally
than has heretofore boon accomplished
vorj.! He has shown that neurasthenia i\-\ "'"'SSIio
and experiments have been made along ( >E HAIty LINK) Jnal
UOiipl .. ..
. Jacksonville Ar.Lv 8
dot is almost alwuyu the result of the accumulation Jacksonville,Palatka, Sanford, Enterprise, Fla.and intermediate landings on the St.John's River. 4 Ar.. ....St. ... 45p &
vai lous lines as to how that can best bedone. lUp.lOUUa15p a* Augustine 6 Sip tu,
within the system of tissue The elegant Sldewheet Steamer '10 5a4Bp'll Lv.. ,...St. Augustine.... ...ArLv 68Up 9 lt
10aiHSpirs ... ...Hasttnge ... 4 5JpDSip PUS4Plus
wastes largely in tho form of uric, acid. IIAKUY O. DAY." ;.. XrTTLt. Palatka. L'

The free use of fruits aids iu the elimination The modlcal value of buttermilk has CAPT. W. A. SHAW.Is "4 10pilU4a .. ...Palatka ....Ar
boon more or less discussed, and at one "SXpl2, 4p Ar.Lv.. ....San Mateo : XtAr "3 Alp
ut these poisons, not only by bieakInj appointed to sail as follows t iaor, 7 20aT10" .. .San Mateo 6 3.11
lime there was a considerable city trade 5:00 TTsaa LvTTH ... ...East"Palatka
tho compounds whlch'they form Jacksonville Tuesda>s and Saturdays at p m L 3.11TasB
; up In buttermilk, for drinking putposes, in Leaves Sanford Mondays and Thursdays at 6.00 a in HDD 1 OOpS61p ......... .,... ..OrmondDaytona. 714a
with in tho body, but by stimulating tho Leaves I UpTO ....... 2B.'n 7 02*
saloons and lestaurants. Milkmen undertook 12.Jp .Port OrangA.....
WOUND.Keadjip. p 2 41p 9 5-.
kidneys to Increased normal activity.Uenieinboilng SOUTH BOUND. SCHEDULE. NORTH 7 2.jp lVoe New Smvrna ... 2 ''Op144p 8Jvjr
this demand but
the interesting fact to supply instead Read down. '.'4n Oak Hill.
of giving buttermilk fresh from the Leave 3.30 p. iu. Jacksonville Arrive 2 00 a. in. 8 0.p TitusvilleCity 1 H4p
I>olntoil out by Bouchard, that rheumatism S.45 >. ni. Palatka Leave 8 00 p. in. 3 3ipU4 Point 12 8.mU
vofl churn, a large amount of the buttermilk * 3.(10( )a. ni. Astor 2.30 p. III.l.oo jp ..... Coeoa ...*,.. ."2p
Is leally a toxemia, resulting from 4.30 St. Francis p. m. 3 47p . Rockledge .... mm.
a. in.
olTeted was of sour skim milk a very 12.00 a. in.ll.oo 4 18p . Ran Gallle
the decomposition of food stuffs In atllUted ' a. iu. Keresf ordlllne 114.
poor substitute for the loal buttermilk 8 00 a. in.S.JO Springs a. in.y 4 28p Melbournehebastlan ./.... 11 Ittal
or prolapsed stomach, we may alko Arrive a. in. Sanford oo a. in. 6 lip ... 10 Wa
made from cream. Iu a medical paper 0 25 a. in. Enterprise........ 0.30 a. in.Cen'l SOlpnMp St. Lnme 0 57a
uttiihute the benoflcal effects of afiuit Fort Pmrco 0 5"
allied of late date wo find a desciiption of some A49p .....> Kden ... ..... 0 11a
diet In rheumatism and
contlilkins of the uses that buttermilk has as a med Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.F. 9 51p ..Jensen ...... ;
to Its value In suppressing the 7 0 p7BHp Stuart 8 55aS
icine. It says: "Long experience has ..Hobe Hound ... la
formation of poisonous substances In tho L. Howard, Superintendent. M. Iikinmovier,JR., Fla. Pass. Agt. 7 5>p .... West Jupiter .. 8 07a
alimentary canal in the manner already demonstrated It to be an ngent of superior Foot Hogan St.Thbo. 204 >\est liay St, 8 30pVOOp ....West Palm B.auh 7 3ua.Va
roc digostibility."It JACKSONVILLE, FLA.W. Linton
44p Fort Lauderdale..
out.Obesity 8 14a
pointed
is, Indeed, a true milk peptone; G. Eooiw, T. M H. WARBUKrov, T. P. A., W. H. He.sdkksov, E. P. A. 10 2iploaop Lemon city .. SiisaSSOa

which Is, like rheumatism, a that is, milk aheady partially digested, 5 BOWLING OREEN, NEW YORK.WM. Ar. Miami Lv
diathesis, be successfully treated IIKTWEKN MKW SMYRNA AND OltAXiK CI1Y
miy JUNCTION
tho coagulation of tho coagulable poitlon 1*. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, -
by a fruit dietary. This Is due not only S Bowling Oreen.New Viirk. 1* l>elaw re A v. Philadelphia.Jno. 8ir No 1 STAtl yS. No.JNo| 4
being loose and 11.iky and not of
p 10 10a lttt: New Smyrna. .
to the fact that fiuit Is natural food and
that firm, Indigestible nature which istho 8 0Up 1138aUlOp Ijik. Helen ....
thus aids the system to establish normal 8 20p .. .Orang. City
tissue metamorphosis and a normal result of the action of the gastric MALLOIIY STEAMSHIP LINE. Ar Orange City Junction.

juice upon swoet oow's milk. It Is a decided All trains between New Smyrna and Omm City Junotion Daily e uept Sunday
b.tlatico between the processes of assimilation
laxatlvo, a fact which must bo
and disasriiniilatlon, but also 'be borne In mind in tho tieatment of typhoid Florida, New York, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.u .

cause It affords a very comfortable fevor, nnd which may be tinned to advantage Philadelphia and Boston. TI!,.,leimyP ay ?I Ky wi' f *h Florida Kast Coast Steamship Company leant
means of leduciug tho amount of nutilmt From ltrnnswlck, (via I'm t Royal, 8. C.,) to New York.PASSKNGKH Key on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays after arrival of tralu from Jack
in the treatment of habitual con aonrtlle, making connections at Key West with steamers for Havana. Leave Key West 2 30p.
uiateiiul received to a minimum SERVICE.To m. (standard time) on Tneadays. Thursdays and,baturdavs, arriving Miami nest morula!
4 quantity.Fiuit stipation.' It is a diuretic, and may bousod make connections with stoamers leave Jacksonville nn la time to eonneot with north bound train.

to advantage In some kidney troubles. Thursday at 6-00 p. m., via Keruundina,close connection with
Is chiefly water, the amount of Cuinliurlaml Route steamers at Ferniindlna for Brunswick, T1, Time Tables show tha times at whloh trains and boats may be ezpeoted to arrir.ss*
It lesemblos Koumiss In its nature Supper will ho served immediately on leaiing Fernandina. JSlfi several stations and porta, but their arrival or departure at the tlm
nutrient mateiiai it contains varying no* guaranteed, nop does the Company hold ltaelf
Passengers go at once on board Mallory steamer on arrival atBrunswick. responsible for any delay or ear
and with the of that
exception article ttuseqnenres arising therefrom.
from 5 to 8 or 10 per cent, in most fruits, it Is the most grateful, refreshing, For copy of local time eard oall at 22* West Bay Street. Jacksonville, or address

rising to a higher llguie only In dried J.P. BSCKWITH, Trafflo Manager. J. u. KAHNER, A. Q. P. A.
and digestible of the products of milk.It PROPOSED SAILINGS! __ St. Angnatlaa.sajt .
fruits, such as hled grapes, prunes,
dates, etc. The writer has suceeedod In is invaluable in the treatment of diabetes Lv.New York, Pier 21 E. R., 3 rtXp.) in., (Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick.

eithor exclusively or alternating Friday, June 24 ..CITY OF SAV ANTONIO. ..Friday, July 1
reducing excessive weight in the most f. ...COLORADO.CITY . Friday, 8
with skim milk. In some oasos of gifstrlo Friday, July 1
satisfactory manner by preset iblng a, diet Friday, ' 8. OF S VN ANTONIO. ..FridayFriday, 11
ulcer and cancer of the stomach, itis Friday, 15 ... COLORADO ... ..- Vi
consisting almost exclusively of grapes Friday, 2J .. .CITY OF SAN ANTONIO. ...Friday, 20
the only food that can bo retained.

or apples, allowing only a small bit of For general Information,steamers, trains,rates, etc..apply to any railroad agent or toA. JV Southern
thoroughly diied bread or zwieback in P. MUltrHY, Agent, 220 W. Bay St.Jacksonville.II. .

H. R VYMOND, General Southern A gent, Brunsw Ick,Ga.C. .
connection with tho fruit. In somo The Proper Way to Make a. Ponltloi.To H.MALLOllf,General Agent, Pier 20, E. River,and Mi Broadway, N. Y.

cases the fruit may bo allowed ns often make n breud poultice neatly and

as three or four times a day, if necessary quickly is a thing worth knowing. Tho

to relieve an uncomfoi table sensation ofemptiness. proper way to make it is to soak somo Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad.Xew

stale breud crumbs for ten minutes iu aenp .

with just enough boiling water to
In fevois, fruits, especially in the form Florida nnd Northern Air Lino nnd Florida Trunk Line.
cover the bread. Stand the enp in abusiu M03T EXOELLENT SERVIOE OFFERED OUT OF FLORIDA.

of fruit juices, nro a most convenient of hot water and keep it in tha Time Table In Effect July 0, 1808.A .

and certaluly the most appropriate of all oven, covering the cup. When thobreail NORTH EAST WEST.

foods. It Is now almost universally iocognizod is soft, squee/.e out the water anil ,

1 that beef tea and moat plepilations put the sopou u square of linen or tnusliu -

of all sorts should be wholly piescilbed spruuil a piece of niunliu over and THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, DININO CAR3,

in cases of fover, as tho patient usa at once. If there is auy danger of TH0ROTJQHFARE COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAINS.Nos.SS .

is ah end y suffering from the accumulation sticking, smear the mirfaco with plain
oil or vaseline before putting the muslin
of waste matters to such a dogioo over. "WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LIHITED."

that the addition of the sm.ill
even For home nursing n dry bran or salt Tsrpnfh Vestlbnled Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars between Tampa and New Tr*.
amount contained In boot tea or a small poultice is often useful. Cover any poultice via Jacksonville, Savannah and Columbia, without ohange."UNITED .

pioce of moat may bo sufficient to givo no matter of what it bom'ade, with STATES FAST MAIL."

rise to nn exaceibation of tho disoaso flannel after it has been applied, in order
Pullman Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville anol Nw Tort.
and lessen the patient's chances for recovery. to retuiu the warmth. All poultices

Scientific American. used for children should be securely Embracing Lynchburg, Charlottesville.

fastened, otherwise they ure liable to Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia.Pnllmaa .

shift their position.
THE VINELESS YAM.l'ethaps Drawing-Room 81eepiag Car* to Macon. Atlanta. Chattanooga and
1 Cincinnati, with olos* oonasotloa for Louisville and the Northwest

no other vegetable novelty Hoy's Fancy."Georgo Also Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to

which has boeu Introduced In the South ," wild his mother, "why
la rocent years has caused more comment yon pay so much attention to that Midtlletou -

than the viueless sweet potato. girl? She has a face like&u apple OF THE SKY."
"
The experimental stage has been passed, pie.

and the value of this variety, liko that of saltl"That's George.my Cleveland favorite pie Plain, mother Dealer.," rT a***"** Information a* t* rates, schedules, sleeping ear reservation*, eto., *PP'M'

the bunch Lima beau, has been established say sg.ntef the ouiasa* Bailwat or it* soaascuoo*.

beyond a question. In Bulletin Xo.Hi and 34 make connection for Brunswick, anlvlnar Brunswick 4:.T0 p.m. and 8:40: p. mresiiectively.
The Shocked Ilrlton."An For New Orleans, train leases JncksouTille 0.45 a. m., with through sleepers, arrlvinir -
we stated that the tops of the vines antiscnlpiiig law I" gasped the .New Orleans ':40 a. in. Only through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from New Orleans L. A. SHTPMAN, Vlorlda Pass. Agt. 313 West Bay Stree*. Jacksonville. Fl

(leaves aud stems) could be cut with amower. British tourist as he read tbe headline."Great tl:SJ p. m. SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.Nos. 7. Jf. GULP. yr. a. TURK, 8. H. HABDWIC2,

It has been stated as an objection heavens, is it possible that scalp. .3.1 and 3tl Fast Mail,Sleeper* between New York and Jacksonville, and the'..ClnclnnatlSlee Jr wuuiiiu nl.Waaagcr,o., a U.n. Pas*. Agt., iul a.a. PM Agt.Allaau., 9*
Waahiogloa. D. a
that the ground Is usually too rough Ids is still prevalent in this country?" )>er via Asheville.No .
New York Jouruul.Toautt *. 37 and 3S carry through sleepers between .1 tcksonvllle and New York In connection with Jday i, 180S.
to run a mower over. With nearly a level Sand 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleei>en between Jacksonville and Tampa.Nn. _
3u carries sleeper from Jacksonville to Atlanta and Chattanooga. This Is brought to
culture we have grown over SOD bushels Jacksonville by No. 3.1.

per acre of this vaiiety, and all the Sandwiches. All Imirutmre will be checked from Union Depot. Ticket* will still be sold at the city ticket
These are tasty if well made, office, 202 Ttoiran Street, as well a* at the Union depot ticket otllce.R. .
tops could have been easily cut with amower. very W. CAMPBELL, l'assenirerirent.. .1. K. M\RMHALL,Ticket Azent, 203 W Bay St., cor.Itoiran "" .L
their excellence being insured by tbe Jacksonville. WALTER (JOLEM VV,Oen'l Traveling Asent,Jacksonville.O. a.r tob The Advocate is still giving ,,
Tho high value of the tops for thinness nnd crispuosa of tbe toast, between M. IIOLDk'N, T. P.A., SI.Aujustine, Fla. A. O. MacDONELL, Gen. Pas*. Agent. illlne seo h.bli.sa.TO.Klttin. free, tobacco seed of the finest R V1

feed has been proven, but It Is best toto two slices of which may be laid ., puria.. tu. bldSTstor > Call and get some, with Instruction* tilts

feed them green, as they do not cure any savory or potted meats that may bedesired. ***... yoa lost stp tti.Aboadl, cultivation.IT .
Remember that the Indian River Mid.
vrelL Frequently it is a good practice to Shredded hain or game with Advocate does all kinds of job printing Ey We would esteem tbe favor if our 1.S..lth,n.rv.book. i.S4ard 400.000 Bu.MOXOBAC "Bto
from
mow off the heavy tops, and leavo the chopped lettuce, lea' s and a seasoning at short notice. Send them an order leaders, when writing or calling upon ...jour own amwut, l, Subscriber, your attention is r
vouch .. ..
Mted
advertisers to merchandise fur T. It
gritty runners on the ground. Owing to of salt and pepper make a very nioa relish and be convinced that It is the place to our purchase r'.w'll.p.tl.ntlT.p.r.liit.ntly.life On. the name-and-date slip P, XBi aa
etc would mention the Advocate. If
the shoit vines of this variety which for toast sandwiches. have job printlnjr done.. wiJs: your paper or wrapper. you
""r* **sans, .. Isri, arrears, please remit. Hthmm'











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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 22, 1898.HO .



E S All-the-year-rouiul. HOTELS SUMMER RESORTS.ST. M>C1KTIK8, KTC.
THE FRESH STYLES.OL1VE1C .

INDIAN 1UVER GUARDS.Dilll .

...NEW YORK... AUGUSTINE.r FASHION HAS NEW AND MARKED at the Armory, over county ]all.evr
Tuesday evening in the month, at S o'clovk.C. .
FANCIES FOR THE SPRING.Bufflnil .
It. HII.WAIU', Capt.ua.ONK .>
The only hotel on the bny. Summer

BREVOORT OCEAN YIEW HOTEL rates for permanent guests. Excellent v. f. a. r. k.
Skirts
v c ni HOUSE. Very Murti In KvlilenenAinona
table. One of the best
"" places on tho Atlantic
\ "J WHSINOTON >nnm C0R.flf"Sl Meets e\erv Suniluv e\onliir (1 i> *
Coast Latest Imported l>rrsa Models.A | nt ( ;( (; -
to spend your summets. at the riesb>terian cluiiih,
Good Ashing, sailing- and smf-bathlirg. New Kind vf lanVtaOklrt and Overskirt -
AUGUSTINE FLA.
f'S
For lates, addioss F. C. HAYDEN, Mgr.OltMONIK of 1)1(Terrnt Matrrlals. t\l>l.nNDK.\T: (lltll.l! IIOOI) 'lUMlXAHgfTIIUHilllo

Undue No. IT meets ,l >
e\ery 1 e jueninu
5 tjf rac Appropriate gowning is ns important ( 7 In I'lesle. teilitn ehurt h. 1'uhlwmeeilnus
for tho quiet Lentui teas, dainty luncheons tlrst Tuesday In and morning lectures ns for the A. OAltDSl U.hee't.. (J. W. M OHM'.
t.T.Clll'ltt .
more exciting bulls and parties, and it isa

HOTEL favorable time to inspect tho lad
COQUINA ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA FLORIDA.
,
summer*, outfit and coubider the waj s IIKS.k.mscoi'ai. .

I 5535- =* rs. Open for Summer Season of 1808. Fine surf-bathing, fishing, riding, dilving < nritni.StrMees .
and wheeling. Sea Food a Specialty.
Mif M. VANCE, rropiiotri'88.Rates 2nd am 4lli Sundays in encl-
monthat II a m. id7..mp.m. Hum! t> stlojoJviverv
$2.00 per day; $8 to $10 per week. Siinilnj nt .to u. in l.\enini pn aa3p.
in. on Wednesdays. I Itanv *er\li evtrv
Friday at in a. m.An .
hiloncim II. F. lliton*. ltneter.ritUHHVIhlil .
NEW SMYKNA.

1 a \\ < llt'Uf II.Serleeseery .

11 i: | HOTEL NELMS NEW SMYRNA, FLORIDA, HnMmtli nt It n. tn.aiidT.lnp.in..
? S Siiiuiii) si hool nt tM a. it)., thus. (liinlniT_
Is kept open timing the Summer, under tho man- Sunt 1'riiMir meetliitt on Vednesilnv men In(
S Sir's 2 3 5 at .HI llin public iiin eoiillall luvlleil to attend
attention will be )
agemont of Mr. S. L. Stoiy. Special given to traveling men; our sen lues.He .
alHii special lates by the week or month to families, I'' miles to Ocean Beach; *. I'AI i.lll.llll1MANl"ii ti.r..
IIIi ? = 3 I good bicycling; row and sailboats freo for use of guests. For rates, etc., address

S. L. STORY, New Smyrna, Fla.SUWANNEE IIAI'IISI' (. .llllitll.rr .

i .si "as* nchiiiie\or\| second mill fouiili Sundays,
5? 255.5" nmrninir and e\fiiliiu; I'niter MeeriiiuH e\ery
SIMSINOS FLA.Suwannee Wednesday eieiiiin; at 7 nil o'eloi k Piimhiy
? ,
i 5a
a = School tiM'rv Hiiiuhn nt n 4>u. in. Also | lesi IfIiik
5 llrst Suudiiv at l-jilininuo. All ate loidialtjiInvlU'd
=- a..* soJACKSONVILLE'S. THE SOUTH'S FAMOUS HEALTH to attend.
Fla. I: N. Ill I l 1'aKter.
Springs, RESORT. Open all tho year.

.
1'aKter.MICl'llODISTrilt'lUlt. .
Cure Bright'a disease, all kidney, bladder and liver trouble, I how mat Ism nnddyspepsia.
Excursion tickets for sale from all points over the Plant System and services e\eiv Dint, third nnd rmirtr*
Siiiuliiat II a. m. and T nt> tit. HiitnUtHehiMil
Opened e F. C. & P. R'y. For illustrated pamphlets, with testimonials, nddiosx every Sundiiat in mi a,p.in. Kp rrtJ>
Hotel Flacide Board Ten Dollars per week. ANDREW HANLEY, I.1MIUII11 each Hitiidn* at 'I an p. in. Inner meetIniroicry -

January, 1891In Gen'l Manager, Suwannee Spiings, Fla. Aid l'liursihililuht Si.delv meets lit eerv T.iki o'elis-k Weilnesiliirat.liHip 'IhtrIjulies'

the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west OF TItK NKW KUFFI Kl) DKKSSES.of servlioa.v iu. l'.i vi)bod> upleoinn at our chunks

[me block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished thionghout.Supeiior SI1UN S East Tennessee. replenishing. Taking the foregoing
A. W. .
J. llllS'l', Taster.CATIlOMf
Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all tiatns. Teims 4>2.50 per day and view of things, tho New York Sun pro-

Utards. Special rates by the week. JOHX S. BOWEX, Propiietor.U coeds to give vuriuus suggestions nnd illustrations
.
rill'Rt'll.Services
OLIVER SPRINGS Anderson Co. East Tenn. of what we aru to expect in
the spring, among them the following'In liiilldlnir at III ,n.North'litttsvlllo.iu. eveiv Siimliiv l'liildr, In a">*i icateehisiii wriniiih

materiuls for tho coming season at 3 (>. in.ItKV.d..
Neff The most delightful Summer lesort In the South. On tho Southern Railway; there is n new silk culled t a tret a souplu, F. O'MoviR, Heetor.IMl' .

Travelers' Hotel. high up In the far-tamed range of the Cumberland Mountains, 1,500 feet above the which, it is rumored, will oust the foulards

. Management. level of the sen. No mosquitoes. Noinalaila. Nights always root. Days nover from favor. At least they are to .NU'll'Ar..
excessively warm. Nino mineral spiings In the grouuds ( ill different). Special
have second the list of
rates over all railroads. Write for rates and foldeis. X. F. POWEL, Pi op. place on summer TOWN COI Nfll,.
FELIX GARCIA, Propiietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Electiic silks. Checked and strlpud taffetas are
to be very mnch worn, nud in bluo and -.minor; It Smith, mnrslinl;. f jjj
11. II, rrtreharil, tax collet tori S. I\nnlaiidiiiK)
Lights Electiic Bells Baths WHITE MOUNTAINS, N. II. white und bluo ami pale gray they hum, elerk ami ushessort Minors Jones, ,lno..
Complete Service. make very dainty, cool looking gowns It Walker, K. I,, llrmh J. M Dlxim, W. It.
Knox,eonneihiieii. The f oiuiell second
meets
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IX FLORIDA.y for warm weather. Black tall'eta is also nud Iniirth Monilnjs in em ll jiioutli.llO.VItl .

Take car at tho Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers.Til New Mount Pleasant House very conspicuous among tho new spring
WHITE MOUNTAINS, N. H. gowns already in evidence, and ruflltMl ) OF TRADIC.

OPEN FOR ITS FOURTH SEASON, July 2nil, 1HII8 Tlie ease vtiili whloh it In ronehxil from skirts have the preference in this mate Meets o\erv sei'imd Weiluesilay nlitht In em hnioiith >
Cor. & New York, Its )>ure WHter, ]iurn air nnd grout elevation, muke It pmMtlhirlv tlesiriihle an a ..iiiuniorlesnrt. rial. Clack velvet ribbon is very gcuer> nt N.tin o'clock In rooms over postottli e.Indue
J Sts.
Bay Bildge JACKSONVILLE
11 FLA. The ranioun drives of Hie White Mountains are ill I trllmtnrv to Mount I'lonsunt. 'I lie dor- M S. Jones, presb'enti Win. M. Jtronn.treiisu .
Pill III I Under new management. Each department mum ure carefully selected New Hnfrland stock, anil most of tlin >elii( les were inaile expresslv for ally used to rrige the rullluN, but lacu er; .1. O. Itiisl, seerelary.OI .
XJlxlV/Ll furnished absolutely with all modem the Mount Pleasant House, all of them possessing the requisites of perfeet eumloit and safetv.Ihe edging aud insertion ure also employed.A .
lmJ
new tennis courts and ImiwUiik alleys are eoiistrneted upon the most approved methods. There Isa
provements. Overlooking the ht. Johns River. flue Rolf course, a well-lald-oiit baseball diamond, au archery ranice anil croquet ground.ANDLItSON pretty way to freshen an old black N1V Ol rl I.IIS.81IIOOC. .

Within three blocks of the Union depot, Clyde S. S. Co., and new postoftico. All & l'RICK, nianiiiers| (of Hotel Ormond, Fla.) silk or satin gown Is to cover it fro u
electric cars pass the door. Free Bus. hem to belt with ruflles of black in t ItOARl).

Rates: European, 80c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 per day. Ameiican, fiom $2.00up edged with one or two rows of black J, S. Snowdmi, 1 Ititsvlllni 11. N. Audrewwf'ocnai
per day. velvet or satin ribbon. Hu tiled skirts S. r. (ilblis, Melbourne,
M. O. FINLEV, 1IAI.TON, CIA. WELL WORTH IT.BilM worn fully a year ugo in Paris nro very

Jacksonville, Fla. much in evidence here umong the newest COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

POPULAR SUMMER RESORT. Had Hought a Gold Ilrlck, but HeDidn't dress models, nnd no doubt tbey will AV. 1Memlel Hliarpn. Hlinrpes rliHlrtnaiii JosepV.iWalker.
Car.. increase in number as the season advances. I iilrsniret J. ICIno. 1ltits\ilU$
Houston, Knit (inlllei.T N Wnlier, AnkoiiaoIteirular
"Say, how mnch ia this wnth?" asked session*aro held first Momhiy In encWmouth.

EVERETT HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Mr. Silas Ureeufoddei, producing an One variety of milled shirt illustrated .
is of the
Dalton, Georgia, now one
most popular Summer Resoits in tho oblong parcel from his pocket and bund- i. carried out in black spotted net,
COUNTV OFFICIALS.
it to the official addresHed.perb .
South-climate delightful, scenery su- Ing with laue trimming each flounce. The

Largest, best, and coolest; choice rooms for summer, $1.50, $2, $.1, $3 weekly. beautiful diives, good livery. "Hniu-inI remarked the mint asaayer bodice has a yoke of croum lace over ..Minor Oaiilileu 8. Jones, Tltusvllle, Tltusvllte, prosemitliifr, rouiitv jiidfe attorney| XP.I. ;..

Elevator, baths, bell service, etc CHARLES A. OAKES. Hotel Dalton is the home of the reHort inspecting it thoughtfully. "1reully white, tinished with u lace frill, and u A. A.Htewart. 'lltiisville, clerk elreiiIt court| JF. -
seeker and commeictal traveler. Elegantly don't know what the current basque of luce falling below a belt of Wofiten, Cocoa, tux nssessori K. W. Hull*
Sharpen, tax eollei tor John llimrv, Tltusvllletreasurert
built, electilo bells, elevator, telephone market quotutiift for brass is, but"- turquoise bluo velvet. Bands of tho velvet J. II. Sams), ( ourteiiav, superintendent
TITUS villi; hot and cold baths on every Moor. "Then it ain't gold?" cried Mr. trim the collur band. Another dressy nulilln Instruction | J. O Fries. Tllusvllln,
itoiiniy surveyori J.I", llrown, IItrsvlllii, sherltf.Malarlon .
Special rates to families. Many come Greenfodder."Certainly.
gowu shown is of gruy corded silk made
each summer from lower Geoigia and not, although it is wbutis with u triple skirt, each edgo finished

iiriDi nsr zEeiTrisiEs hotel, Floi Ida.Fuither. Information given byD. popularly known us a 'gold brick,' with a milliner's fold of silk. The yoke Willi Muliirlon Tablets 1/

L. DETTOR, Prop., replied the assayer."Ha and upper part of the sloovesaru of rose Guaranteed Cure for ('Mils, Fever nncifAicue
Dalton, Ga, ha, hut Ho. bo, hot Well, I'llbe colored velvet crossed with black ohenille or money refunded. fiOcenU. A19DrugglstH.

dummedl" roared Mr. Greenfoddergleefully. which, with gray und whitn silk, .
1% TITUSVILLE
forms tho embroidery around the edge.
A snake does not cllmli tree brush,"
a
Now the official had or
afisayer seen Two groups of three folds trim the bodico -

Indian River.Fla. Plunond Making;. many manifestations of dismay, grief below, pointing up in the middle of by with coiling Its scales aiountl, A It,snake but by on holding a oir of

It is pretty well known that M. Mol. and despair upon announcing his decision the buck, and a jabot of kilted black glass is almost helpless.Alost pane \i
iI iJ it
san, the distinguished French chemist, in such fuses, but never before chiffon nnd cream lace ilnishea the aide.Crepo .

ban made small diamond, by dissolving had he witnessed hilarity. So he jumped de chino is a very popular material
carbon in molten iron in au electriocrncible to a hasty conclusion."Oh for gowns and odd walstatowear Itoitiitlfiil I'lncM on Initial*

and allowing the carbon to then you haven't bought it with white or black skirts. It conios in ltU <>r, tor Mule, nt
Open All The Year. crystallize ont.aa the iron cooled. Sir yet?" he suid."Yes all tho dainty light colors, and many of Itarixniii.

William Crookes, F. R. S., thinks that I have too. 'Paid if 1,200, all those extra bodices ure made very .Im

the Capo diamonds were formed in some I've saved in 40 year, for it. llu, hu, ply, with very fine tuck, all across tho The famous Tnikey Creek Grove, eoirststlng -

Only a few minutes' such way by beat. It is probable, too, bat Ho, ho, hot Gosh, but that's a shoulders, forming a yoke which extends of 11 ncics of orange grove antf

walk from Railway stations that the diamonds fonud in the iron good uu !" replied Mr. Greenfodder, a little over tho sleeves, opuulotfashion. 10 iicies of land flouting on Indian River

and Steamboat land meteorite of Canyon Diablo, New Mexico grinning happily."Well nnd Tut key Cicck, with steamboat UarfIng -

were of similar formation in some what's so funny about losing The old fashion of using two materials and Tillman pontolliro and railroad
station tho K, K. Oit thepl.ice -
ings.On on C. R'y.
the banks of the distant region of space. M. Majorana, (1,200?" demanded the puzzled nssuyer."Why one for the underskirt and the lying on the west side of IndJau

far-famed Indian River. an Italian chemist, has attacked tbfl it's wutb it, young feller, it', River,, tliteo miles south of Melbourne,,
problem in another way. It is to bring wutb it. Just ufter Marler an me was two miles from Atlantic ocean bench*

a bit of carbon to the Ligneht possible hitched I bought a boss fer $J0O that About 100 good beailntr oitinge trees,,

WEST PALM BEACH. temperature iu thevolluic around bring wusn't wuth $S0, an for 40 year Marier balance In young trees, will yield about t
great pressure to Uar ou it. How doe* she*, been u-castin it up to me. Now, Ididn't 1000 boxes this year. Can be made*

be get this pressure? Ey means of a bullet. noways want to bny this, but to yield 2
He employs u fcbort gun charged Marier she made me; said it wux tho house and oo
Seminole Hotel with powder aud ball, then brings the biggest kind of a Lurgaiu," explained and rooms above. Good fishing, quail",
deer and duck hunting up Tin key Creek
glowing carbon close to the roozzle and Mr. Greenfodder. "Hereufter whtn Marier
fine haibor for bouts; lovely river front,,
covers it with a small cavity in a metal sea 'spavined boss' to me I'magoin with beautiful forest trees. Hammocla
OPEN ALL THE TEAR. block. The bullet iskuing from the gou to say 'gold brick' to Marier, uuI'll lands for .ale cheap. Apply toD.

WEST PALM BEACn, FLORIDA. forces the carbon into the cavity. It i bet there's agoin to be pence iu L. Oaci.den,

. Thig hotel Is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to pulverized by the .hock, but on treating the Greenfodder family from now ou. Atty. for owners,
'railway depot Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel, it with chemicals, such as nitrio Yes, sir, It's wuth it, if it did come aleetle Tltusvllle, Fla.Malarlon .

Jth fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00 per day and acid, chlorate cf potash and flnorbydria high. Alex Ricketts in New

'P-ards; special rates' by the week or month. acid, small crystal* of diamond arfound. York Sunday World. la endorsed by liest I'liyelilAsm-

GEOROE ZAPF, Proprietor.MIAMI. No gems of any marketable size and guaranteed to Cure Chills, Fever amt

have as yet been produoed as a result of Ague. All druggist, or from Moult-*
the experiments.r.mnnrn Improving th Gas Kngla*. West Drug Co., bt. Louis.DYSPEPSIA.
The possibilities of increased economy

in the ga. or the oil engine have been
rrnm lh Press.Uso found to lie iu the same direction us

Hotel Miami MIAMI, FLORIDA. no ilovers under the brim of tb with the steum engine the use of higher

new spring hat if yoo would bo up todate. pressures. In the Dienel motor tho

air which is used is first compressed to

00 40 the fuel to be M For el wraa m vletlm of dyepeuala -
hundred feet color* mark the next paTon or utmovpheres, jrenra
Elgl.t Bright
The largest all-the-year-round hotel In the city. In Its worst form I could eat notnlna;
rnosl-iuH, bareges, grass lawns uud batistes. used i. injected alter the air compression but rolllc toust, and at limes my stomach would
broad verandas. Rates, $2.00 per day and upward.MRS. aud the combustion I.accomplished not retain and dlicesi even thai. Last Marcb I
began taklnic CAMCAKhTH and since then I
JULIA D. TUTTLE, Owner. Jeweled buttons, Including turquoises more slowly than bus heretofore been have steadily Improved, until I am as well as Iver
emeralds und rubies, done. Au exces. of air i. provided, and was In my life."
topazes, OOWS WITH TKIFLX SCIBT. Oavid II. MunPHr. Newark. O
very complete combustion is secured.An .
handsome silk and velvet gowns.If .
adorn
Griddle Cake*. efficiency up to CO per cent above other for the overdress or polonaise, 1.
Concerning Crumb in the latest
fad Uraeelata. Bread bread crumbs to you want to indulge that of previous types ia claimed, and revived again in Paris. Satin In two CANDY -I
U8t now among the younger Soak 2 cups of col- frivolity, have your handkerchief, embroidered for equal cylinder capucity a higher distinct colors, such aa pink or blue F Xf
ut'neut la for of the bread rub it through a with flower, to match the
making presents undni. crumble and with ia employed in one ,
,
10 minutes. mean effective pressure a greater total gray gown coJieio
?" Wbicu ,ater on when tt re" water for of cbeeseclob blossom, in your bat. power are developed. The engine and cloth polonaises are worn with silk aO

mb '" ',0SMefHl of a sufficient Put the crumbs in a piece Add The plainest of clotb dre.se. are tobe seem a to be more complicated and must skirts.
-
-ol-tnw. se mn iPleasant.
the vwaos *vm
jim 8fB rrlued into what is known and wring out milk to found, according to the newest order be built heavier than those with which

a
t0j the foregoing The Jew* make a batter. Set aside half and .trapping" of cloth.Mousaellne Machinist. the offices. That'a why the Lord has
'ar says: *'Dearest braoeai add a well beaten egg. very little to do with the latter.A ,
de sole, masquerading under Palatable. Potent Teste flood. DoOouu. 1 ;
* ., > English fashion. These .tea nfnl of .alt and a P varicro. names, i. one of the pet The best fly destroyer in the world i.m i. man nay nave m platform to stand .Msvsr HUtken. Weaken,or Gripe. 10e. J&o,SUu. ii 1
"*forme 1 ot fln Bold cnrDA common or garden wasp. An expert it isn't ... OURC CONSTIPATION. ... !
* lo L of the f> o and i. used finely on, but frequently strong enough
on a hotgrid- fad. w-Hae Si i r baf r.nmn,a. m a tat. mMTfl
once
urmounted with seven gold cold water. Bake at be edin ehirred and in profusion on cloth, eraing *-. ay. tbat be ha. known one wasp to kill to hold bis friends. Atlanta Coostltution. -
Ctold oatmeal m h may 1,000 flies in a day. RIP Hold and "srsnteedbf atldrii<
"s lain! i center of rtoa Is a stone, die, cmmba.-Bo.ton and negligee gowns. (Isw mi cVat Tobaeco Uablb
tt* *'JaI.!,terhioh goes to wake the place of the bread
'Dearest" Cooking School Magazine.



INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 22, 1898.Fft8ft.ty'ifl.fl .



PROGRESS OF THE WAR.T. Rico within a very short time. charming young ladies, is the guest of
The entire body of troops at Tampa Miss Ruth Scarrat.
will be taken, numbering about 13,000
Principal ]lapp.nlnff. of the Week.Oenoral men, and including a lot of heavy and The dance at Hotel Coqulna, Tuesday (Successor to Lorett He Carroll.)
light under evening, was enjoyed by a largo number
artillery
command of General
Shnfter'a Headquarters, July Rodgers. The Of young people. GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of
expedition will be All
15, via Kingston, Jamaica, July 13. The ,
flnal report of casualties in the army particularly strong with artillery, as Owing to the war, there are a great
TO since it landed In Cub.i three weeks ago, some of that at Santiago, commanded by many more young ladies than gentlemen Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage si,
has been forwarded to Washington. It General Randolph, is to be drawn upon. attending the dances hero.Mr. ltedTITUSVILLE
Washington, July 10. Because of FLORIDA.DE3
a
shows an of 1,014 officers and .
aggregate
and Mrs. J. McMillan
failure the n. Capt.
on part of General Miles to
S. WOOD. men killed, wounded and missing. The receive orders that the Bingham and wife, Daytona; Lieut, Foster
... president prepared
killed number 24(>, of whom 21 werooffloei -
late yesterday to take command of St. Augustine, and Mrs. Forbes were
>; wounded 1,5ti4, of whom OS were XjIBSS i.3D"Sr dz
the guests at the Coqulna, Sunday.Mrs. BHO.
,
military expedition against Porto
Omul -
DRY GOODS CLOTHING officers, and missing 81, including noofficers.
Of the wounded only (i8 have Rico, that officer did not depart as was Fisher, Mrs. Johnstone and her
NOTIONS nn
chief, saya that this Is a remarkably War department officials feel that they the Coqulna for the months of August And Food Products of all kinds.- Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Mi )
are fully lustifled In their decision to Qm
small number of fatalities retain and September.Mr. .
401 and 100 Wont Bay Street, considering piautlcally all of Shaftcr's at Food and Wheat. We are the only houBe on Indian River dealing ex.. mmvcI
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the large number of wounded. In the Santiago, on account of the press army reports and Mrs. Walker and their three the above line of goods* We Invite your correspondence and solicit yomt0L) \
Held there have been remarkably '
small hospitals number of septlo wounds a and Indicating the growth of serious friction charming and accomplished daughters, Very truly, E. L. BRADY A BRO., Titus.li, p
between the American forces and the of Woodland, Fla., are pleasantly situated
JOSEPH ZAPF. but two cases of gangiene have developed Cuban at Foulke Haven, on the beach.
... one of which resulted fatally. troops, growing out of the latter'sexclusion

WHOI.KSALK DKALKIlAnheuserBusch Washington, L. C-, July 10. The War from Santiago by GeneralShatter's The Saturday night hops at Hotel
Department to-day Issued the following orders. It is felt now that the Coqulna will begin Saturday next and Losley c& Motlow (
Brewing Ass'n bulletin : garrison originally proposed two immune continue during the season. Good music ,

"Playa, July 10, 1808. Adjutant General regiments would have been quite has been secured and a good time is expected
Famous St. Louis Lager Jleer. United States Army, Washington : force Insufficient that to meet an outside Spanish by everyone. (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER A CO.)
might come from Holguin orManzanillo
Sold by Losley A Motlow, Tituaville.WnOLEHALK The Headvuarters conditions near of capitulation Santiago, July Include 10. and also to restrain the rapacity The turtle hunt on Monday evening Mrs. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Wllslie
of the Cubans.It was a great success and enjoyed by
LIQUOR DBAI.EIi, all forces and war matetlal The United in the descilbed is realized that the present situation Vance, the Misses Scarrat, Miss Phillips', Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout.A .
tenltory. States
"West Bay St., Jacksonville, and is full of difficulty, and the future is Mr. Woods, Mr. Johnston, Ralph Everenden -
agrees, with as little delay as possible, to
dark and Mr. Gonzales. First-class Lino of Cigars. ** Billiard and Pool Table-
theoluyaijj Sin ford, Fin. transport all Spanish troops in the "dlstiict owing to the disposition evinced
| to the kingdom of Spain, the by the Cubans to Ignore or refuse to be Chas. II. Walton, Tltusville; John A. Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to i iorders.

HENRY R.THOMAS J tioops, as far as possible, to embark near bound by the amenities of modern war Crosby,*San Mateo; L. II. Church. Savannah Cim must accompany your order. LOSLEY A MOTLOW, Tltusville.r,
the garrison which they now occupy.OUlcers fare. This iirst symptom of fiiction has Ga.; Dr. F. II. Houghton and
treatoia are to retain .' lr side arms, and suggested to the officials innumerable wife, Daytona, were among the Coquina's -
"4J! ....LA VILLA PHARMACY, officers and men to retain their peisonalpropet diiliculttes that will arise in the futuie.Of guests over Sunday.
is to courseit would seem to be only L.
The
> 4$ Keeps all Kinds of authorized ty. to take Spanish the military commander archives Is politic now to avoid any open rupture Fred King and Leon Woods, two ofGainesville's ]: : Will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of :.:(
most popular men,
nintlOWIJb Pure Drugs, Fancy and Toilet Articles. belonging to the surrendered dlstiict. kept with in the line Cubans and not, piovlded Involve they the can United be are here for an indefinite period.young Mr.
All the Spanish foices known
arfi Prices to hii It.KOI Moirllizadves and guerillas as ,volunteers who States in the disgrace that would follow King Monday made, returning a business Tuesday trip to in Kockledge time for, CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
the
wish to remain in Cuba may do so under sacking of helpless communities, but
Adams St., cor. Madison, purole'during the present war, giving up It begins to appear that for some time to the dance. DRESSED AND ROUGH.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. their arms. The Spanish forces aie to come, and even after ,the conquest of Also Mouldings and Turned Work, Brick, Lime, Cement, Crates of all description
march out of with the Cuba is complete, the United States JCsT" Reading notice ads. on this page
Santiago honors Ti.taxsx7-i.lX DFMorlciaAeiat

must maintain there a military ire live cents per line per week.NoToHao -
f government
war, depositing their arms at a point
Pineapple Slips and Suckers.lNneaitple mutually agreed upon to await thedis, In order to meet the responsibilities
position of the United States government that it has assumed to the civilized fur Fifty Cents.
world.. Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak
It being understood that the The men strong,blood pure. 60o,tl. All druicvists
Cuban soldiers realize
United States commissioners will recommend now fully
that the Spanish soldiers return that there Is a rising sentiment against

to Spain with the arms they so bravely them in the army. They hear nothing I represent the Old Hartford, Liverpool and London and Globe,
defended. This leaves the but words of scorn from our men, as ROBBINS & GRAHAM
question of Providence A Washington, Fireman's Fund, and Sun Mutual.B3T" .
they lugging their bacon and hardtack
the return of the arms entirely in the pass,
000.WOTrl Lowest Write for rates etc. toC.
hands of the government. I invite attention Into the woods. Even our officers rates guaranteed. ,

to the fact that several thousand no longer conceal their disgust for their ...Xjavi/yox'st... S. SCHUYLER, Agent.Tltusville .
have surrendered, said bv General Toralto allies, and it is understood that the warm fla.WE .
bo about 12,000, against whom a shot friendship displayed toward them at first
Jiff has not been tired. The return to Spain has now turned into contempt, for the WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND

of the troops in this district amounts to Cubans have neither fought nor worked.
OoliKTOfl i.MpS1 about 24,000, according to General Toral, Washington, D. C, July 10. Fairly UNITED STATES COURTS. James Pritchard, President; W. M. Brown, Vice-President;
"W. R. SIIAFTEK, good progress has been made with the C. S. Schuyler, Cashier,
recruitment for the volunteer army under
"Major Oenoral United States Volunteers.
." the President's second call for 73,000volunteers. ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished

INDIAN RIVER STATE BAM
iwtsoaj Santiago de Cuba, July 17, noon.
for Lands in Brevard and Dade
Amid impressive ceiemonies the Spanish Madrid, July 19, (delayed In transmission

tioops laid down their aims between the ). General Parreja, the Spanish
Hues of the Spanish and Ameilcan forces commander at Guantanamo, refuses tobo Counties.Ormond (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
wo| Plants for Sale.It .
Included in. the "capitulation" of
at II o'clock this morning. Authorized capital, $100,00(
aga General Shafter aud the American division Santiago de Cuba. According to Spanish
plajjThf will pay you to call on or address" and brigade commanders and their military law, a commander can surrender We have a large List Paid up capital, $25,00(
M. It. Johns of "Water If
Oak Vinery.
,
stall weio escorted by a troop of cavalry the troops which he personally Average deposits, $15O,00(
you want pineapple plants, aw follows: and General Toral and his stall by 100 command., but he cannot oblige other of Lands owned by
Smooth Cayenne, Aubaka, Envil-Cltle commanders at distant points, even
and Jamlca Rlploys. Every plant sold picked men.Trumpeters Transacts a General BankiD.Business. .
on botli sides saluted with though under his authority, to follow ourselves and clients.
is guaranteed Hint class. Address
tlouiishes. suit. Consequently, It is held here that

M. K. Johns, General Shafter returned to General the "capitulation" only comprises about Price for unimproved .
Stuart, Fla. 7,000 troops actually at Santiago.
Toral the hitter's Sword, after it had
been handed to the Ameiican com New York, July 20. A Kingston Jamaica lands $3 to $100 Largest and Oldest Bank on the Eire
Fancy Pineapple Slips & Suckers mander. cable to the Evening Post savs:
< "Cubans arriving from Siboney bring Exchange sold on all Foreign Couiitnn
Our lined
tioops, up at tho trenches, acre.
for Sale.Abbak.is per
were eye-witnesses of the ceremony. Geneial reports of the death of General Garcia.
Shatter and bis escoit, accompanied They make a mystery of it, saying that DIRECTORS!
tilcm Egyptian Queen, Golden by General Toral rode the it should not be known in Cuba yet or In jAS.PBrTfHABDW.B.BARNBTTPrwW(
l'orto Rico Smooth and through city, have a few Residence, Orango Jarkannvlllel J HIiokkee
Queen, Cayenne taking formal possession. the United States, for' the reasons of of the National Hank ol

Red Spanish, Apply A Mattiiamu toMaddock The city bad been sacked by the Spanlards. state, and give no particulars, except Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable Jacksonville(Vice-President), and W. M.>atlnnal Brums.CORREBPOJfDKNT Hank.
that he wan shot. Spanish refugees here
*.
"1'alm Beach Vinery, At the palace elaborate ceremonies who are oiliclally connected with General locations. Prices Reasonable. Seaboard National Hank of >ew York W''
West Palm Beach Fla. "
took place. Exaotly at noon the American Blanco believe the story. National Hank of Jacksonville.

llag was raised over the palace, and
Pineapple Slips and Suckers was saluted by twenty-one guns by Cap Beach. Offices ; TITUSVILLE
For Sale, tain Capron's battery. At the same and MIAMI.
time, all the regimental bands in our

Of the following varieties, Smooth line played "The Star Spangled Banner," Miss Helen Bostrom Is spending a few ESTABLISHED 1873.Wm. .
Cayenne, Euvil titles, Abbakas and after which President McKinley's congratulatory days with friends In Palatka.Dr. East Coast Meat Market
telegram was rend to each
Red Spanish, grown fiom young plants
regiment. L. L. Pinkerton and A. BOURS & CO.
and without cover. For pi Ices, call onor son, Colby,
address C. A. Kouinson', The Thirteenth and Nineteenth Regiments are registered nt the Coqulna.W. DUREN, Agent.X .

Eden, Indian River, Fla.CEO. to enforce of infantry order and will exercise remain in municipal the city N. Wilson paid a vrsit to Tltusville GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS

author!ty. The Spanish forces are to on Monday, returning home next
encamp E
W. DAVISON & CO.. outside of our lines. day.Mr. 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
The surrender handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Diy
wa a entirely satisfactory Gonzales and Ralph Everenden are F*>
Fruit & Produce Commission Merchants. from every point of view, showing that occupying the White cottage on the Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright n

Florida Products; Oranges, VINE- the American army was in complete control beach.J. dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
of the city,, which It would have Star Brand Fertilizers Guaranteed Analysis,Orange tree and Vegetable Fertiliser,PurelOromiBone.
APPLES Watermelons Tomatoes and
; II. Willmshurst of DeLand .Mtrate Soila, ,
cost over 6,000 lives to capture by storm. Is Muriate of PotiMh, Sulphate l'otanli, Kalnlt, etc. These fertilizers liav i
other vegetables a spcolalty. superior In tire market,and a trial will
General Toral, the white-haired coromauder staying at the Coqulna, where he is very convince. Send for Catalogue free.

307-300-311-313 Poydrns Street, of the Spanish forces, was present popular,

NEW OUftEANS, LA. throughout the session, and appeared Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Pratt and 'littledaughtor
to be honitbroken. lie spoke bitterly of Bartow, are enjoying a visit
Refer to local agents of all Kxprnss Cos., local
frelKht agent of the Loutmllle A Niixhvllle ItOoruianiii -}, of tho fate which compelled him to sue at the Coqrdna. Leave Your Order for Coal Now
Nut'l Hunk, Metropolitan Hank, N. u. for pence, but had no woid to say against
the gallant men who had conquered his Miss C. Phillips, one of Gainesville's Tltusville, Florida.JAS. For your winter supply, while prices atdown. >

Established 18H! ). armyt He declined that he had little You might as well have your di
chanco to win wldi r such odds against filled now with clean, high grade Pennsyvania

T. F. PARK & CO., him."I. would not desire to Bee my worst PRITCHARD war prices coal,run and up save on money it. Coal, as is to la wait big a tu*

enemy play with the cards I held," hestiid & SON. marld now, and there may be a corner onby
.. .
tu otio of his commisslonois. "Every fall.
Commission Merchants. one of my generals was killed or wound
ed. I have uot a siugle colonel left, and JOHN CLARK SON & CO.,

am surioiinded by a powoiful enemy. We HoadQLixartora forHardware Commission Merchants and dealers I

tl Receivers of Florida Frnits have counted sixty-seven ships, off this Groceries, Grain, Coal, Wines A Liq"01*

poit."And. FLA.BarConsignments .
JACKSONVILLE
and Vegetables. besides," he concluded, weaiily ,
waving his liamlt toward tho city, "I of country rroucsolicited.
have srciet troubles there." .
Oranges, Vinoapples and Florida A dispatch to the Times from Rome

Emits a Specialty.RErKiiKNCKs in icferenco to the remnik attributed to
,
Admiral Cervera that the ClistobalColon's
: Citizens' Exchange big guns were in Italy, meaning
Bank, Richmond, Va.; Irving National that they had never been cellverod with

1 1Si Bnuk, New York. the cruiser on her sail to Spain, says: Agricultural Implements, Crockery, Lamps ROGERS
"II Corrlere Delia Sora of Milan
Stencils and any Information desired publishes j
furnished on application. an article showing that the 234millimetre and Glassware, Fishing Tackle, and Ammunition Importers and Wholesale Grocers.
Armstrong guns intended for the
37 Jay Street, Colon nre actually now in Italy, being Stoves, Tinware and barbed wire.TITUSVILLE .
refused by the representatives of the ....Provisions Grain Hay Flour Grits Meal Etc....
NEW YORK CITY, X. V. ,
Spanish government as defective, and

that the Hontorla guns Intended to replace FLORIDA. Sole Agents forFAIRBANK Our business confined to the trljonly.
Fish For Sale.I them were never mounted. Hence
the Colon really had no guns capable of CANNING CO. LION Orders from consumers neitberf

am prepared to supply fresh ilsh to piercing the armor of ships like the BRAND CANNED MEATS.
solicited desired.
hotels, boarding houses and private Iowa, Indiana and New York." nor

families. Call at first llsh house on rail- Washington, D. C, July 18. After
toad wharf. 1). C. Caldwell, threo days' consultation between the BRICK I Quotations made promptly on application."TJv .

Tituaville, Fla. President, Secretary Alger and General
Brooke, duiing which there was frequent
communication with General Miles, atSiboney
For Sale, the details of the Porto Ricaa

expedition wero perfected, and tho expedition JACKSONVILLE Lxmxry.
Choice orange lands five and ten acre Itself was gotten under way. BRICK CO.

lots at the beautiful town of Daytona, General Miles, with ,801110 artillery and Hides, Fnrs Wool Alligator Skins Tallow Bees-Wax Ete.BT .
on the East Coast. Easy terms. Also troops, sailing to-day for Porto Rico on ,

homes In Florida. Investments made the converted cruiser Yale, to be followed 20 Hogan St. Jacksonville Fla. THE .
and money loaned on Jacksonville pro quickly by an army of about 30men. ,- ,
perty. COURTLAND BUCKMAW, SOUTHERN
CO.
22, Ilogan street, The expedition Is to compriso .'10,000 Write ns for prices and save yonr money. We make HIDE & SKIN
Jacksonville, Fla.IF men at the start, and it will be swelled
soon to 40,000, and, if necessary, to 70- the Largest Handlers of Skins in the State.
hardest least absorbent
and best brick made in
men, the equipment of the volunteer .Florida, REFERENCE National
YOU NEED a Good, Reliable and forces having now progressed so well asto : Bank State of Florida.

tho Widely-read Advocate.Newspaper, Subscribe for warrant can bo the ready statement for service that the in Porto number Can supply op to a million on short notice. Office, Rob Building. Hide Warehouse 440 to 443, Jackson St.

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PROGRESS OF THE WAR. Rico within a very short time. charming young ladies, isBf the guest of
The entire body of troops at Tampa lss Ruth Scarrat.
will be taken, numbering about 13,000
Principal Happening* of the Week. men, and Including a lot of heavy and The dance at Hotel Coqulna, Tuesday (Sucoonsor to Lovett& Carroll.)

JEWELERS light artillery, under command of General evening, was enjoyed by a large number
r General Shafter'a Headquarters, July The of young people. GROCERIES FRUITS and YEGETABLES of All
13, via Kingston, Jamaica, July 15. The Rodgeis. expedition will be ,
final report of casualties In the army particularly strong with artillery, as Owing to the war, there are a great
roaamweramiT. Hince It landed in Cuba three weeks ago, some of that at Santiago, commanded by many more young ladies than gentlemen Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronaj;.
has been forwarded to Washington. It General Randolph, Is to be drawn upon. attending the dances here.Mr. '
TITUSVILLE
Washington, July 10 Because of a FLOHIDa.
shows an aggregate of 1,014 officers and
and Mrs. McMillan
failure J. II. Capt.
the of
on part General M lies to
men killed, wounded and The
S. WOOD. missing. receive orders that the Bingham and wife, Daytona; Lieut. Foster
... killed number 241!, of whom 21 wereoflloeis president prepared
St. and Mrs. Forbes
late yesterday to take command of Augustine, were
; wounded 1,54, of whom JIN were guests at tbe Sunday.Mrs. .
the Coqulna,
DRY GOODS CLOTHING officers, and missing 81, Including no military expedition against Porto "
j ofliceis.Of/ the wounded only 08 have Rico, that officer did not depart as was Fisher, Mrs. Johnstone and her Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple & Fancy
NOTIONS Gents'Ings. Furnishiind died. Colonel Popo, the surgeon in expected from Siboney, son, Paul, of DeLand, are expected at Groceries, Grain. Hay, Groceries, ;

3 chief, says that this Is a remarkably War department officials feel that they the Coqulna for the months of August And Food Products of all kinds." Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Se.diim r
small number of fatalities are fully justified in their decision to letain and September.Mr. the only house on Indian River
401 and JOI) Wost Ray Street, consideiing all of Shaffer's Food and Wheat. We are dealing -tJ1,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA the large number of wounded. In the Santiago practically, on account of the army at and Mrs. Walker and their three the above line of goods. We invite your coirespondence and solicit v. ,{
Held hospitals there have been a remaik- press reports E. L. BRADY &
indicating the growth of serious fiiction charming and accomplished daughters, Very truly, BRO., Ti.111* ''lie
ably small number of septic wounds, and Hi
of Woodland Fla. situated
between the American forces and the are pleasantly
JOSEPH ZAPF. but two cases of gangrene have developed Cuban at Foulke Haven, on the beach.
... one of which resulted fatally. troops, growing out of the latter's

WJIOr.KSAI.K DKALRKAnheuserBusch Washington, D. C, July 10. The Warfollowing exclusion from Santiago by GeneralShatter's The Saturday night hops at Hotel
Department to-day Issued the orders. It is felt now that the Coqulna will begin Saturday next and Losley & Motlow <
Brewing Ass'n bulletin : garrison originally proposed two immune continue during the season. Good musio ,

'Playa, July 10, 1808. Adjutant General regiments would have been quite has been secured and a good time is expected
LOSLEY RENAKER & CO.
Insufficient to meet an outside Spanish (Successors to )
United by
States
Famous St. Louis Lager Beer. Army, Washington : everyone.

Sold by Losley & Motlow, Tltusville.WI10T.ESAI.IC The Headvuarters conditions near of capitulation Santiago, July include 10. force that might, and also come to from restrain Holguin the rapacity orManzanillo The turtle hunt on Monday evening Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and WhfskiJ
was a great success and enjoyed by Mrs.
of tho Cubans.It .
LIO.UOH DBALKIi, nil forces and war mateiial in the dosciibod Is realized that the present situation Vance, the Blisses Scarrat, Miss Phillips', Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout.A .

West Bay St., Jacksonville and tenitory. The United States is full of difficulty and the future is Mr. Wootls, Mr. Johnston, Ralph Everenden -
,
agrees, with ns little delay as possible, to dark and Mr. Gonzales. First-class Lino of Cigars. # Billiard and Pool TableJ
Sanfoid, Fla. transport all Spanish troops In the dlstiict owing to the disposition evinced
to the kingdom of Spain, the by the Cubans to ignore or refuse to be Chas. II. Walton, Tltusville; John A.CrosbytSan Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention eiven to nil

HENRY R.THOMASNJ tioops, as far as possible, to embark near bound by the amenities of modern war Mateo; L. II. Church, Savannah ordors. C | must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, TitUBvilJe.pj
the garrison which they now occupy. fare. This first symptom of friction lias Ga.; Dr. F. II, Houghton and

Officers are to retain their side arms, and suggested to the officials innumerable wife, Daytona, were among the Coquina's -
.LA VILLA
... PHARMACY. ollicers and men to retain their personal difficulties that will arise in the future.Of guests over Sunday. cfc CO.
courseit would seem to be only _..
Keep* all Kinds of authorized property. The to take Spanish the military commander archives is politio now to avoid any open rupture Fred King and Leon Woods, two ofGainesville's ]::: Will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply ofX

Pure Drugs Fancy and Toilet Articles. belonging to the surrendeied distiict. with the Cubans, piovlded they can be are here for most an indefinite popular period.young men Mr.,
kept In lino and not Involve the United
Ail the
Spanish foices known
as volunteers AND GEORGIA PINE
King made a business trip to Rockledge, CYPRESS LUMBER
Prices to suit.KOI Moirilizadve* and gueilllas, who States in the disgrace that would follow in time for
Monday, returning Tuesday
wish to remain In Cuba do under the sacking of helpless communities, but
Adams St., cor, Madison, parole'durlng the may so It begins to appear that for some time to the dance.B8T DRESSED AND ROUGH.
present war,
Jacksonville, fla. their arms. The Spanish forces giving aie up toinarch come, and even after ,the conquest of Also Mouldings and Turned Work, Brick, Lime, Cement, Crates of all description!
Reading notice ads. on this page
out of Santiago with the honors Cuba Is complete, the United States *
ire live cents line week.
must maintain there per per
>f war, depositing tlieir arms at a point a military government
Pineapple Slips and Suckers. mutually agreed upon to await thedis, in order to meet the responsibilities
position of the United States that it has assumed to the civilized No-To-Ilao far Fifty Cents.
government world.. Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak
it being understood that the men strong, blood pure. 60e,tl. All druggists
The Cuban soldiers realize
United States commissioners will recommend now fully
that the Spanish soldiers return that there is a lising sentiment against
to Spain with the aims they so bravely them in the army. They hear nothing I represent the Old Hartford, Liverpool and London and Globe. Aelt

defended. This leaves the question of but words of scorn from our men, as ROBBINS & GRAHAM Providence <& Washington, Fireman's Fund, and Sun Mutual.33T" .
they pass, lugging their bacon and hardtack
the return of the
in the
arms entirely
Lowest rates guaranteed. Write for rates, etc, to
hands of the government. I invite attention Into the woods. Even our officers '
to the fact that several thousand no longer conceal their disgust for their ..Lavi/yors. C. S. SCnUYLER, Agent.TitusvMo .

have surrendered, said bv General Toralto allies, and it is understood that the warm Fit. |
bo about 12,000, against whom a shot friendship displayed toward them at first
has not been fired. The return to Spain has now turned into contempt, for the] WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND

of the troops In this district amounts to Cubans have neither fought nor worked.
about 24,000, according to General Toral."W. Washington, D. C, July II). Fairly UNITED STATES COURTS. James Pbitchard, President; W. M. Brown, Vice-President:
It. SIIAFTEK, good progress has been made witli the C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
"Major General United States Volunteers. reel ullment for the volunteer army under
." the President's second call for 75,000volunteers. ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished

INDIAN RIYER STATE BAM
Santiago de Cuba, July 17, noon.
Dade
for Lands In Brevard and
Amid impressive ceremonies the Spanish Madrid, July 10, (delayed in transmission

troops laid down their aims between tbe ). General Parreja, the Spanish
Counties.We (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.
lines of the Spanish mid Ameiican forces commander at Guantanamo, refuses tobo )
lNiienpple Plant* for Sale.It .
included in. the of
at II o'clock tills morning. "capitulation" Authorized capital, $IOO,00(
Santiago de Cuba. According to Spanish
General Shatter
aud the American division
BI. It.will Johns pay, of you"Water to call Oak on Pinery.or address" if and brigade cominandeis and their military law, a commander can surlendertiie have a large List Paid up capital, $25,001

staff weio escorted by a troop of cavalry troops which he peisonally Average deposits, $I5O,00(
Smooth you want Cayenne pineapple, Abbaka plants,, as Envil-Citie follows: and General Toral and his stall by 100 commands, but he cannot oblige other of Lands owned by

and Jumloii picked men.Trumpeters. commanders at distant points, even Transacts General Bankin
Klploys. Every plant sold a
though under his authority, to follow ;
Is guaranteed first class. Address on both sides saluted with ourselves and clients.
fiouilshes. suit. Consequently, it is held here that

M. It. Johns Stuart, Fla. General Shaffer teturned to Geneial tho "capitulation" only comprises about Price for unimproved Business.

Toral the lattei's Sword, after it had 7,000 troops actually at Santiago.NewYoik .
boon handed to the Ameiican com July 20. A Klngstou Jamaica lands $3 to $100 Largest and Oldest Bank on tbe Rittl
Fancy Pineapple Slip* & Suckrs mander. cable to the Evening Post savs:
"Cubans aniving from Siboney bring Exchange sold on all Foreign Cntiiitna, I
Our lined
for Salts troops, up at the tranches, per acre.
were eye-wituessos of the ceremony. Gen reports of the death of General Garcia.
Abbak.it eial Shaftor and his eseoit, accompanied They make a mystery of it, saying that DIRECTORS.jAS.PRITOnAKD.W.B.llARNKTTtPreildtrl.
Egyptian Queen, Golden General it should not be known In Cuba yet or in
Quoon, Porto ltioo, Smooth Cayenne ami taking by formal Toral possession., rode through the city, the United States, for' the reasons of WE have a few Residence, Orange of the National.Hank ot Jae-kunnvllle) J HIDuiikeb
Red Vlce-Preniileiit .National Hank-
Spanish. Apply toMaddock (
A Mattiiams, The city had boon sacked by the Spanlards. state, and give no particulars, except Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable Jacksonville), and W. M. KnowsCORRESPONDENT
that he was shot. Spanish refugees heie .
*
"Palm Iioucli Pinery, At the palace elaborate ceremonies who are officially connected with General locations. Pi ices Reasonable. Seaboard National Hank of New York nl
West Palm Roach Fla.IMncupplu .
took place. Exactly at noon the American Blanco believe the story." National Bank of Jacksonville

tlag was raised over the palace, and
Slips and Suckers was saluted by TITUSVILLE
twenty-ouo guns by Cap Ormond Beach. Offices :
For Sale, tain Capron's battery. At the same and MIAMI.
time, all the regimental bands in our

Of the following varieties, Smooth line played "The Star Spangled lianner," Miss Helen Bostrom is spending a few ESTABLISHED 187S.Wm. .
Cayenne, Envll Cities, Abbakas and after which President Mckinley's congratulatory days with friends in Palatko.Dr. East Coast Meat Market
Rod Spanish, grown from young plants telegram was read to each
and without cover. For piicos, call onor regiment. L. L. Plnkerton and son, Colby, A. BOUItS & CO....
address C. A. Robinson, The Thliteenth and Nineteenth Regiments are roglsteied at the Coqulna.W. DUREN, Agent.Tltusville .
Eden, Iudian liiver, Fla.CEO. of infantry will remain in the city GRAIN
to enforce order and exercise municipal N. Wilson paid a visit to Tltusville a GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS!
on Monday, returning home next
W. DAVISON & CO., authority.outside The of our Spanish Hues.forces are to encamp 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .

The surrender was entirely satisfactory day.Mr.. Gonzales and Ralph Everenden are handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of IIa'|
Frnit & Produce Commission Merchants. from every point of view, showing that occupying the White cottage on the Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both blight an f

Florida Pioductsj Oranges, PINEAPPLES the American army was in complete control beach.J. t=3 dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
; Watermelons, Tom.itoes and of the city, whicli it would have BonTvf.ITl""TOuaranteed! ! Analysis,OranKe tree and Vegetable FertilizerPnwOw"'
II. Willmshurst of DeLand Is
"JertUfaars U v
TUeae |
other vegetables a specialty, cost General over 5,000 Toral lives, the to white-haired oapturo by storm.commander staying at the Coqulna, where ho is very superior In the market,and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue free.

307't01>-3l1-313 Poydras Sticet popular.Mr. .
of the Spanish forces, was piesent X
NEW OltftEANS, LA.R throughout the session, and appeared and Mrs. J. II. Pratt and little

fer to local agonta of nil Kxprnns Con., local to be lioaitbroken. He spoke bitterly daughter, of Bartow, are enjoying a visit
freight agent of the L nUllle & Nnnlivllle K'y. of tho fate which compelled him to sue at the Coqnina. for Coal X"*
Ourmania Nut'l Hunk, Metropolitan Hunk, X, o.Establisiied for peace, but had no woid to say against Leave Your Order
the gallant men who had conquered his Miss C. Phillips, one of Gainesville's Florida.JAS. For your winter supply, while prices a*

18H! >. army. He declaied that he hud little down. You might as well have your W
chance to win with such odds against filled now with clean, high grade PenWvanla

T. F. PARK & CO. him."I. coal, and save money, as to wait W
would not dosiro to seo my worst PRITCHARD war piices run up on it. Coal is in big
enemy play with the cauls I held," he & SON- mand now, and there may be a corner onby
said toono of his commissioners. "Every fall.
Commission Merchants. one of my generals uas killed or wound
.
ed. I have not a single colonel left, and JOHN CLARK SOX & CO.
3EEo . in
nni siiriouudod dealers |
by apowciful enemy. We Commission Merchants and
Receivers of Florida Fruits have couuted slxty-soveu ships, otf this Groceries, Grain, Coal, Wines ft Liquor?|

and Vegetables. port."And. besides," he concluded, woaiily JACKSONVILLE, FLA.C2T ''

waving ids hands toward the city, "I Consignments of country rr0lIl" |
have secret troubles there." solicited.
Oranges, Pineapples and Florida A dispatch to the Times from Rome >
Fruits a Specialty.Rkfkiiknces in leforence to the remark attributed to

Admiral Cervora that the Cristobal
: CItl/ons Exchange Colon's big guns woie in Italy, meaning
Bank, Richmond, Va.; Irving National that they had been
never delivered
with
Bank, New York.Stoncils the cruiser Agricultural Implements Crockery THE C. B. ROGERS G0.
on her sail to Spain, says: Lamps <
and any information desired "II Corrlere Delia Sora of Milan publishes

furnished on application. an article showing Hint the 2.Y4inlllimotre and Glassware, Fishing Tackle, and Ammunition Importers and Wholesale Giocers.
Armstrong guns intended for the
37 Jay Street, Colon are actually now in Italy, being Stoves, Tinware and barbed wire.TITUSVILLE .Provisions

NEW YORK CITY, N. Y refused by the representatives of the Grain, Hay, Flour, Grits, Meal, Etc....
Spanish government ns defective, and
that the llontoria Intended FLORIDA. Sole forFAIRBANK tnl
guns to replace Agents Our business confined to the
Fish For Sale.I them wore never mounted. Hence
the Colon really had no guns capable of CANNINGCO.. LION only. Orders from consumers neitbt'l'
am prepared to supply fresh iish to piercing the armor of ships liko the BRAND CANNED MEATS.
hotels, boarding houses and private Iowa, Indiana and New York." solicited nor desired.

families. Call at first fish house on railtoid Washington, D. C, July IS. After
wharf. D. C. Caldwell, three days' consultation between the BRICK LJACKSONVILLE Quotations made promptly on applicati ioii.|

Tltusville, Fla. President, Secretary Alger and General
Brooke, dining which there was frequent
communication with General Miles, atSiboney
For Sale, the details of the Porto Rican
expedition were peifectod, and the expedition vvr. Choice oiange lands five and ten acre itself was gotten under way. B8IGK CO.

lots at the beautiful town of Day ton a, General Miles, with .some) artillery and Furs, Wool Alligator Skins Tallow Bees-Wax EteBT
on the East Coast. Easy terms. Also troops, sailing to-day for Porto Rico on ,

homes in Florida. Investments made the converted cruiser Ynle, to be followed 20 St. Jacksonville THE
and money loaned on Jacksonville pro quickly by an army of about 30men. ,- Hogan Fla.
perty. COURTLANI) llUCKMAir, SOUTHERN
22, Ilogan street, The expedition is to comprlso 30,000 Write us for prices and save your money. We make HIDE & SKIN CO.
Jacksonville Fla.IF at the
men start, and it will be swelled
soon to 40,000, and, if necessary, to 70inon ,- Largest Handlers of Skins in the State |
tbe
hardest least absorbent
tho equipment of tbe volunteer and best brick made in Florida. REFERENCE: National
YOU NEED a Good, Reliable and forces having now progressed so well asto Bank State of Florida.

the Widely-read Advocate.Newspaper, Subscribe for warrant can bo the ready statement for service that the in Porto number Can supply up to a million on short notice. Office, Rob Building. Hide Warehouse 440 to 448, Jackson St.

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