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 29, 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: VID00194
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31876449
alephbibnum - 002071721
lccn - sn 96027113
lccn - sn 96027113
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS Everything you want in the furniture EP nO0KS, CLOCKS, Etc. a nice assortment LADIES' WRAPPERS, BOYS' SUITS, Canaveral Slvnal Mat Ion lllseontliiued. AMONG THE HOTELS.

line; some other lines, Glad to show at Screven's Drug Store, boys' overalls, sweaters for boys, hats,

of General Interest. 'em. Furniture Store. Titusville.Br caps, shoes, etc., at pi Ices never tried Tho FloiIda Naval Reserve signal service WiihitK to stop. See list of hotels on
And TopicH before. Come and bo convinced.Gaudmkh station, at Canaveral, has been discontinued. our 7th page.

Tako note of Ed. advt.on here Walkku" Now the Spanish lleet has
Stiling's new Mr. R. C. Sciimgc6ur left The Advocate Is now on file at all
Society a'"' General Gossip In connection 4th page.Mr. Tuesday, to attend the republican convention been disposed of tho government has no the best hotels in New Yoi k city.
further for tho station, so tho men
L ake Worth, Indian, at Melbourne.Mr. Mr. Geo. W. Mackenzie of Canaveral use
with BUoayne Bay > Henry J. Egger, after a couple
thU
expect to return to Jacksonville today. Where do you Intend going summei -
Itanium and Halifax Itivers, Key Went of weeks'stay in Titusville, went down nnd Mrs. Tom Johnson, of LaGrance has gono to Miami, where he will '.' Head summer lesoit advts. ou 7th
nnri all other Important Point* along theE to Miami again last Filday. spent from Wednesday until enter into the callosity business. # page.Tho.

t Coast of Florida. Brief mention of Services In the Presbyterian elm nil yesrerday at Bonaventuro. Mess is. Oscar and C. It. Stowait Our I.oral ltnllwa.vs. Savannah will
Interesting Kvents from Various I'urtsof DeSoto Hotel, ,
the World I About People You Know on Sunday next, morning and evening.Uev Judge I. A. Stewart, of DeLand, have been busily engaged on their orange shoitly imdel'go many Improvements*
II, will officiate.Mr. grove, at lioii.ivcntnic, this week.Mrs. The first annual statlstla.il tepoit of
and People Yon Don't Know Plrkvdup Keigwirf was a passenger on Wednesday's southbound Tho cost is est limited nt about $IS.H0ii.Mr. .

by Our Society Kdltor and a larite staff 11. B. Holmes, of Cocoa, has train, en route to Miami.Rev. Jas. F. Mitchell ami baby, after the Railroad Commissioneis sa>s that S. H. Peck, of Hotel Pla/n, Rock-
tho capital stock of the V. K. C. Railway
Correspondents scattered along the been appointed for the and a pleasant visit of a week or ho with lit r
of uotaiy public and Mrs. A. D. Tcnney is *1H)0KH( ) ( ), with no funded debt. Tho ledge, lepoits n good business nt tho
K t Coa t of Florida. fctato at large, by governor Bloxham.Mrs. little girl returned to town Tuesday ffom parents nt this. place, returned to Cocoa length of road is 412.17 miles, and tho New Allington, Potoskey, Mich., which

C. Tt McCrory and two childien Cocoa, accompanied by Miss Smith. on Tuesday.Vicepresident debt per mile $2, l.'d.is. Is now regarded us ono of the 11 nest summer

% Reading notice ads. are ten cents left here last week for Cairo, G.i., Traveling Tassengor Agent Oerndeau J. U. Parrott nnd This is a little better than tho .1., T.A hotels in the west.

per line ou this page.Mr. to sojourn a couple of months or so.Dr. was among those bound for Miami, Land Commissioner J. K. Ingraham were K. W. Railway, whoso capital stock Is Hotels Hpwl.inil and Scaiboro, at Long

J. C. Frink lias moved from Gaines of the Florida Wednesday, In the interests of the F. E.C. passengers on Monday's southbound quoted ut)10() ,(>00; funded debt *1IHISIKK ,- Branch, Woiley, one
tralu to Miami. ) of road Is >0.IH> miles
Stuart to Jensen.Attorney East Const Line physicians,1 of St. Ry. Tho length 21 tho ablo management of Mr. GeoigeA.
Attorney F. J. Webb Is now with a debt of *:ll,1H7 per mile. P. Kclsey, who was chief of the otllce

Geo. M. Bobbins left for Augustine, has gone on u Hip to Atlanta. Julian Wilson and W. E. Vanlundtngham permanently
established In Titusville, where staff of Tho Inn, Palm Beach, last win
left for Macon
.Orlando yesteiday. Judge M.S. Jones left heic, Tuesday on Wednesday has
ho opened a law office. Ho informs ter.
(la., where they will take a course at the DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES.As .
Have you paid your subscription to for Poit Pierce and the Klondike, us he is hero to stay.Col. of Hotel
business of that Butler Smith
college city. They expect Manager G. ,
where his Wade is after the
the Advocate ? If not, please do so. building of son a house., looking to be away about six months. l>. L. Gaulden loft here, Saturday announced incatk last week's Al>vocallod Key West, Is making qulto a reputation

-Corporal T. E. Clarke, of the 2ndAl.ibama Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold last, for Atlanta and other parts of the primary for Precinct ns a hotel manager. Several callers at

Volunteeis, ariived in town Revival services are being held every services morning and evening at St.Gabriels Georgia, ou a tiip connoctod with his No. l ttiok placo lust Saturday afternoon the Advocate olllco, who stopped at

from Miami yesterday.Mr. night this week at the Baptist chinch, Episcopal church, Titusville, on law business. Hois expected homo to at II. A. Cailile's store, LaWrange. Its the above hotel, have spoken in his

O. B. Floyd, one of the most Titusville, by Rev. L. D. Geiger. The Sunday next, the 31st Inst., being the morrow.Mr. object was to elect delegates to attend praise.Tho.
attendances fair,
popular commercial travelers in the are very fifth Sunday in the month: J. B. Tognl's popular resort on tho Uomorrotlo county convention, to bo seaside dancos at Hotel Coqoina,

state, is in town this morning. Now Is your time to buy anything in The fence on the west side of Mrs.A. Bay stieet, Jacksonville, is much frequented held ut Koit Plerco, September 21, and Ormond, every Saturday night, aie Lust becoming
the seed line you may need. L. Cameron, by the best peoplo in tho metropolis. the result was as follows : more popular than over.
Attorney A. J. Lewis and Mr. F. M. of 123 East Bay street, Jacksonville, has Brady's residence grounds facing Good liquors always command T. A. Johnson 2i votes Saturday night's dance wns a great success
of Fort Pierce have been spending the F. E. C. Ry. track was blown down ' and Mrs. Vance and her iiblo assistants
Tyler, a fine stock of fresh seeds of all kinds onhand. good business, honco Mr. Tognl'ssuccess. R. ]:. Minis 21 ,
a few days In town this week.Mrs. durlug Tuesday afternoon's rainstoim.We L. K. Myers 24 Mr. and Mrs. Duncan woiked
did not hoar of any other damage like Tioj.ins to make It so.
B. W. Jerome, of Rockledge, Chas. Blum & Co., the wholesale and occuring In this section.Mr. Services w ill bo hold at tho Methodist .1. M. McCroryR. 21

mites us that she is bow stopping with letail liquor merchants, of Bay stiee', chuich on Sunday next by Rev. A. I). HorndonG. Wilting us from Lltbla Spilngs, Ga., a
Chas. K. is still 21
Kenvon Gardner
making B.
relatives In New London Conn.Dr. savs: Among the guests at .Sweet
Jacksonville, Bay they now have a liner Penney, who will have cbaigu of the guest
his Ho has 21II
place. A. FroschorP.
Improvements on mother of Lieut.
the
hotel Is
Paik
stock of goods on hand, than ever, and Titusville and Cocoa churches for the water
W. L. Hughlett, mayor of Cocoa just had elected a wood shod 4SxlUft., Ky.erA. ) Hudson who expects her son to spend
,
a single trial will it. balance of this in tho of Uev.A. .
piove place
has been appointed sanitaiy agent and is putting In new machinery for year N. Malhis, W. II. Sliarpo ami A his leave of absence with her when the
of the State Boaid of Health for Bievardcounty. C. T. of Ankona nnd wood. His W. J. Best, the lucent pastor.Lieut. .
Attorney McCarty, sawing splitting orange Wilson me delegates fiom City Point ; war is over or on his lotuiii fiom his
was in town a tew houis on Tuesday.He grove is now looking lu fine condition.Mrs. J. C. Foster and Private K. Vesey Hull trnni Georglanu.A piesent tilp to Now York.Tho .

Gov. W. D. Bloxham has appointed says he will soon leave for Wisconsin W. 11. Anno, who has been ona Frere, who have boon recruiting for the Uon. J. II. Young, nt a recent

Mr. Wm, Russell, of West Palm Beach, with his wife and family, to be away visit to liur daughter. Mis. Foirest Florida Regiment of Volunteeis for a $70,000 PURCHASE. meeting of thf Nassau Houi-e of Assembly

to be supervisor of legist ration for Dade until December.Mr. Lake, of Miami, stopped over bore from week or sit along tho Knst Const, le- stated that the Govornor of the Bahamas

county. Wm. lllndle, of Cocoa, spent a Monday until Tuesday, en route to her turned to their hondqnnrters, Wednesday had received a communication

General Fitzhugh Lee has been ordeied short while in town Sunday last visiting homo at Bartow. She was much pleased having met with little success In One of the laigeHt real estate tiaus- fiom Mr. H. M. Flagler, of New Yolk,

to Miami to make an investigation his little ghl, who is staying witn Mis.T. with Miami and the beautiful Bay their mission. actions that has taken place lu Key West with tefoieneo to the new hotel and

of the reported presence of typhoid fever W". Smith while the other members of Hiscayne county.nenry Our skilled taxidermist, Air. R. C.Scilmgeour tor Includes yours the ha entire* been block made on public the water, ll steamship service, which Is now under
his family are In Geoigia. is engaged in mounting two .
ctinslduiatlon.We
in the camp. A. Mclster, ofll.'lE.ist Bay flout commencing nt and Including thoolllco

The steamer St. Sebastian returned Chas. N. Welshnns, of Jacksonville, street, Jacksonville, informs us that heemplovs oHtiich chicks (ten days old), which did ,and wluiif of W. .1. II. Taylor, corner are In receipt of vailout views of
after batched Col.Tiffin's .
not survive being at
here eaily Monday morning, from Key is still one of the lendeis.tn cement, nothing but skilled workmen in oHtiich farm at Mr.Roht. of Duval and Wall streets, and extending Hotel Wlndemere, Chicago, which Is
West where she went with a raoitarcarrlage bilck, lime, plaster, hair, lalli, etc., and his hair-dressing establishment, and ho Coiiitenay. down to and Including the old now under the management of Mr. John
Pentland is the of
and other war material. he Is soliciting a share of jour patronage asks the Advocate teadeis and filendsto of tho birds.Capt. possessor one Wagoner pineapple factory. The sale H. Bowen, formeily of the l'luclde, Jack
on our 4th page. ? give, him a tiial when in the metropolis. also takes W. Plnder & Go's, auction sonville. Tho hotel appeuis to be a veiylino

The orange trees in"Mr. J. O. Walton's A box of books ai.d pillow cases H. II. Fromborgor, who left house, and tho entire low of buildings one, and is located on.VUhst. mid

place are covered with bloom and were forwarded by thj ladies of Titus Dr. F. II. Houghton's houso-boat Is hero for Daytona, with tho K. C. L. C on that block, on Fiont stieet, back totho Cornell live. We wish Mr. Bowen every

small oranges. This Is the second time ville Tuesday, to Ferrandina, to be distributed being rapidly pushed forward to completion & T. Go's, steamer Hlttle, last winter, water. This valuable propcity until success In his now venture.

the trees have blossomed, this Beason.T. among the Titusville boys of and the doctor will soon leave has taken his boat to Miami, where hu within tlio past few days was owned byMessis. After a most prospeious season from

S. Wood & Co., of 401 West Bay the First Florida Volunteer Regiment. Daytona for a trip down the East Coast.He will run hor as a pleasure craft us long Win. Corij's sons, who have last December, tho Tampa Buy Hotel
street, Jacksonville, are desirous that has a laige number of dental patients as the soldiers uio encamped on Bay sold It to Mr. II. M. Flagler and tho Kast ou Monday closed It doors to the pubHe. -

>ou should call and examine their tine Marx Brothers, wholesale dealers In along this coast, who are anxiously Biscayno.Mrs. Const System. It is snld that Mr. Flag The house has been full to overflow

stock of dry goods, clothing, etc., when groceries, fruit and/produce the East Bay nwalting his arrival.Hon. Wm. M. Brown and Mark and ler will have the lull bo r fronting his Ing many times since It was openod,
is to anil
street, Jacksonville, place get water fiont dredged and deepened,
in the city. Louise Brown left here, yesteiday, for and the business was lu eveiy way satisfactory.
for Fred S. Morse of Miami'spopular
what you need. They are bidding a one that the old wharves and buildings will
Editor Ilanford of the second and whole-souled residents who New Hartford, Conn., where they will When It closed quite a number M
Frank II. share of your pncionage on our be torn down to make room for finer and
Clay County Times, Green Cove Springs, page, and will treat you light. has been enjoying tho sights of Jacksonville spend tho balance of the hu miner at tho larger ones. t of guests weio tinned away tho, and smaller compelled

spent from Saturday until Monday in for a few days, passed south on fine residence of Mis. lirown's parents, Attorney Gen. M. llbbbius, of this to seek qnniteis In

town, as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. County Siwveyor J. O. Fries left here Wednesday, en route homo. We are Captain and Mrs. II. It. Jones. Mr. place, went to Key West lecently with place*.

C.Branning. Monday, for Tort Lauderdale land to make which a always pleased to soe his genial countenance Brown came up frpm Miami to accompany Vice-piosident J. It. Parrott, to assist In Mr. C. II. Men III, resident propiletorof
of sorie government his far as Jacksonville.Tltusvlllo .
family as
survey In Titusville. examining tho title to this valuable piece the Crawford House, lu the White
L. H. Church, of Orlando, who wll( take him about ten dys. Rather a
represents Stultz & Co., of Savannah, hot job thl < weather, vvoiking in the Owing to the recent rains, we have dun C'lult. of propeity, tho sale of which was referred Mountains, enters upon tho twenty-sixth the house

was in town the week, on his way south.He marshes aim swamps. had quite a few. mosquitoes for several to by our Koy West correspondent year of bis management of
anil which is said to bavo In the ho will
week As past,
do last this season.
had in his possession a very unique nights this week, but happily they
device in the shape of a nickel-ln-the- The feuce around the Court-house not remain long they come and go. Some very good markuianshlp was cost $70OHO. again have associated with lilm his

slot bicycle, which turns out all prizes and jail l.as been put in order, and the They seem to enjoy a good time on witnessed on Monday last, when sovoral brother, Mr, Henry Merilll, who duilug
whole property looks neater than we and become members of the Titusville Gun Club Indulged the winter season bud Ibe management of
and nights quite
no blanks. moonlight SALE OF OSTRICHES.
seen it ina, long while. Sheriff Brown frisky aud neighborly frequently too In a practice clay pigeon shoot the Royal Palm hotel, Miami; and previous
Several photographic views of Titusvllle has made quite a nico lawn since he took much so.Mr. on their grounds west of town. Out ofa years the Royal Polnclana, Palm

have been forwaided to Land Commissioner up his lesidence near,the jail, and we possible Hcoru of 2.5 blids, L. A. Brady The sale of Col. H. J. Tiffin's ostllchosat Bunch.

J. E. IngrahamSt. Augustine, would not be surprised to see him plant and Mrs. O. P. Havens, of Jacksonville secured 2,">, not missing a single shot, Coiiitenay, on Monday last, was attainted The rotunda nt the Mount Pleasant

from which plates .will be taken to be out sonvj shade trees ere long.Mabier are now sojourning with Messrs. which was a remarkably clever showing. by some fifty people; but It only house White Mountains, Is entirely
used Anderson & Price, managers of the also and chicks the faun ,
In stereoscoptlcan entertalnmeuts The other scores weie good resulted In four leaving ,
& Lane the popular music transformed Into a most spacious room,
and lectures of the East Coast, which Mount Pleasant House, White Mountains' were as follows: L. <'. Branning, 21 ; W.B. tho balance being bought in by Col.Tlllln's Graceful
Is big the parlor.
Jacksonville doing a to largo
mate
will be given North' this summer.If house of ,and other musical N. II. Mr. Havens Is a hailfellowwellmet Wadilell, 21 ; D. B. I'ritchaid, 111; T.A. attorney. One pair of the young a fitting Coilnthlan columns huvo taken the
business in pianofortes and has a reputation as a Robinson, ID; B. B. Pylos, 1 i. birds, 1.1 weeks old, brought t.TJ.OO, and The
need fertilizer of kind remember but Inform us that of tho plain posts.
you any instruments, they photographer second to none in the wore bought by W. J. Tucker, of Foit place squaie
that the Little Bros. Fertilizer find time to reply to looms ndjoliilng tho office nt the left
enn always
they state of Florida. Our nfllce walls are Pierce who will placo them on exhibition
and Phosphate Co.'s works, in Jacksonville letters sent by their patrons In any part adorned with many of his woiks of art.Mrs. Fine Property for Mule or i\- ,In Ms menagerie. The other pair have dlsnppeaied nnd been thrown Into
it. Do Call and their Hue this room, but the ghlof attraction
is the place where to get ofFhnld.t. inspect Geo. M. general
not forget to write them, no matter in stock of musical Instruments when in J. Y. Miller and daughter, cluing*; wero purchased by Attorney like figure lies In the Immonso bay windows,
Claie left here Wednesday for San Luis Robbins, of Titusville, at a twelve feet In width.In .
what part of Florida you reside. A trial the metropolis.We MacDonald of Miami, with solid plates
J. A. ,
for Mr.
will value I'otosi, Mexico, near which place Mr. Island boaullfnl tho on tsido, west of the
convince you of {he sterling f the .The Hector property, a will be curiosities green space
acknowledge receipt i> where they Interesting
>f their noted fertilizers.Mrs. Miller Is engaged in erectlug a laige factory place at Melbourne, on Indian River, north end of tho office, has been built a
reekskill Military Academy catalogue for the manufacture of oak tannin Florida. for the visitors to that place.Mr. tine billiard hall, furnished with a large

John B. Reilly and little son, for lrt! S-l)!>, from Col. Louis II. Orleman, extinct, and wheie they will make their This property comprises a dwelling J. G. Bast, Col. Tlllln's manager, fireplace for stormy days and cold nights.

nseph, who have been visiting relatives piesident of this well-known New York future home. Going by way .of Jacksonville house, store, lOxliO, with II rooms upstairs extended in the latter's behalf the hospitalities This hotel Is under the ablo management
m New Haven, Conn., were passengers state unlversitj. The sons of Mr. II. New Oi loans and Tatnplco analliull steamboat wharf; also a small of the plantation to all visitors of Messrs. Anderson I'llce, of

n last Friday's southbound train, en Julius Smith, of Poinpton Lakes, >. J., route they expect to reach their tangerine; orango grove, banana and during the sale, and accompanied Hotel Ormond.
route to Miami. Mr. Reilly and Miss and Kockledge, Kla., ate among the destination by Sunday, Tho Miller family with lawn Attornoy Robbins mid Sheiitf J. P.
Kittle McDonald Mrs. Rollly's sister- cadets attending the academy.Messrs. have been residents of Titusville for other tennis fruits ground, anil rare artesian shrubbery well.Theowner Brown (who conducted the sale), with Writing us from the Hathaway Inn,

accompanied them from St. Augustine.Mrs. and take with themtthe the two young ostriches semued for Deal-by-the-Seaf N. J., Manager Arthur
Wm. M. Brown an.l E. L.ly some time past, will sell the property for
the Miami In a sailboat to Titusville, to seo L. Marsh (the well known/and affablw
Hellly said it was cooler on after absence of several weeks best wishes of their friends, a number of one-fourth tho amount asked by the late ,
an
p. } the birds safely shipped from there byrail. cashier of Hotel Alcazar, St. August
st Coast than North.Mr. weieat the station to bid them
whom
icturued to town Wednesday. C. J. Itoctor or will exchange for a good
at ia mi, In full blast,
Mr, Bast has, by his Supervision, ine.) says: "We are open
Clias. O. Blyth arrived In town have been busily engaged attendthelr adieu. San Luis Potosi Is a town of orange grove and residence near a town demonstrated that o fiom last and B4 business Interests, the pres- considerable size, with a population of between Titusville and Biscayno Bay.
0people.
Tampa Friday evening lalsud In Florida. Out of a of July. Last night's count was 2.<
eft week's making things very about :i.>,00t), and is the capital of the. For particulars apply to the owner,
,
next day for Indianola on a f the troops brood of soven, six have been raised We had i great Fourth at Deal,
visit to his wife and family. Charlie Is "atSfRal in their respective banking and state of tho same name. It Is situated Jamkh Palvieu, beyond the dangerous period (six weeks) and among our prominent arrivals were
fit.: i) feet above sea level, and contains Lor
L.
now connected with the army, being on t establishments.romlnent ) Patchogue, the first instance of the kind east of Kx-Presldunt BenJ. Harrison, General
edifices ,
the quartermaster's staff, under Captain > Jacksonville merchant many handsome gardens etc. to his attorney, F. J. Weiui, California.Ilrerard. hyckles, General Strykcr and Governor

>iuay, son of Senator M. 8. Quay. Ills gtevilll"Please send bill for total sumo Titusville, Brevard county, Fla.I Voorhees (of New Jersey); also many
headquarters are at Fernandina, but much pleased with the SCREEN CLOTH, TRUNKS, TELEScopes prominent Pennsylvania Railroad officials.
1 lam
.
will be at Porto Rico very soon. Vte advertising medium, millinery, dry goods, notions; Megl'tratlon Hook* Your neat and newsy pink paper
Mead, as an want atGardner >ogs, Cats ami Chicken* for
a V"* ya to continue my ad. for anything you Walker's.Voo Notice Is heieby given that the registration (the Advocate) arrives from Titusville
A
ALL SUMMER DRESS GOODS tohn Pilnths longer, or until 1 order It Sale. books of Brevard county wilt every Monday morning, and ItWs read

'awns, dimities, organdies, etc., atost olxma\ned.\ I got an order through be open at the office of Hie Supervisor with very much Interest by myself and
first two weeks in August.Gabdnek JSmlthW Pensacola last week. "\ l for Hale. guests." Mr, Marsh also send* the Advocate
from All kinds, ages, sizes, and trained and of Registration, courthouse, Titusville,
& Walker. surprise to me, as I did not untrained. Send stamp to James Bettls, on Monday next, Augunt I, from 0 a. m. a very neat and cleverlygottenup -
circulated so far All kinds of wood, from six inches to o'clock and from 2 dinner card, used on the Fourth ofJuly.
S Tucker! pink paper Winchester, 111., stating kind wanted.A until 12 noon, p. m.
Fine ICesldence ami l'ineapple four feet or over; cut clean. Delivered until 5 o'clock p. in. The days upon It Is an 8-pago folder, with the
at residences at lowest possible rates.ClIAItlKS pilnted and emliossed In
front
0 Kemp, which the books will bo open are Mondays pago
Plantation For Sale. his x marl IRDL'ROY LATEST MA- K. Kk.ivo.v, Itare Opportunity. Tuesdays and Saturdays. colors, upon which is tho Hathnwaycoatofarms

J Tucker, idles* skirts and men's suits.GABDSEIt Titusville, Fla. Attention is also cliawn to the fact the opening sentence of the
A. most beautifully-located villa and dfc WALKEII. For sale, the Cliff dale pineapple plantation that the hooks will be closed on the second Declaration of Independence, with a representation

V antation overlooking from a high ules Mitch Aplarht* ami Poultry JtreederM. at Kden, on Indian River, consisting Saturday In October.T. of a quill pen lying across,
>luff the picturesque Indian River; in'he Wantett.S. of ten acres of land, all cleared JOUNSO* Cof'KSIfLTT, a scroll and a bunch of giant Are-crackers..

centre of the pineapple section; large f.rter Twelve colonies of high-grade Italian and planted mostly with Red Spanish Supervisor of Registration.BABIES' Just exploding. The words "Fourth ofJuly"

>omy buildings and out-houses. Mod"ni *> marine hospital service: bees; latest Improved M nnd 10 drawer variety of pines; good new dwelling nre embossed In gold. The menu

conveniences; inside toilet arrangements cutter service; hospital blves; good stock of honey; 2>*> extra house, with all modern conveniences; page is also neatly gotten-up, and consists *#

baths, sewerage; boat-bouse and U. S. A.; mechanics hives. All for *.VJ. large and convenient packing house, carriages, chairs, crlbn, cradles, of many good things to please thepicure. ,
Pier; lawns, shrubbery, flower* and 17cres s.N. also civilians of all Also a very choice lot of Plymouth freight house and station on railroad for white enamel beds, qribs, curtain We are sure Mr. Maish's numerous

in full bearing, best quality pine ; Information call oa Rock hens fifty-six fot $20. shipping on the ground. Address poles; porcelain and tin toilet sets, St. Augustine friends will join,

apples. 410 1-2 Frank- Address, "Apiary," care Advocate, AlfbeiiCox, Springs, mattresses, suites all prices, the Advocate la wishing hlni what haI J
Further particulars of "Pineapple," Titusville, Fla. Eden, Fla. Furniture Store, Titusville, Fla. I fully deserves continued success.

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LOCAL NEWS Everything you want In the furniture "aFfBOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc. a nice assortment LADIES' WRAPPERS, BOYS' SUITS, Canaveral Signal Station Itlsrimtlitued. AMONG THE HOTELS.

line; some other lines. Glad to show at Screven's Drug Store, boys' overalls, sweaters for boys, hats,

of General Interest. 'em. Furniture Store. Tltusvllle.Mr. enps, shoes, etc., at prices never tried Tho Florida Naval Reserve signal service Wiikuk to stop. See list of hotels on

And Toplcw before Come and bo convinced.GAitnvKit station, at Canaveral, has beeu discontinued. our "III page.Tho .

Take note of Ed. Stiliug's new advt.on R. C. Scrlmgo6ur left here, A WalkkiKMr Now the Spanish tleot has Aovocatf. Is now on fllo at all

Society ami General Gossip In connection 4th page.Mr. Tuesday, to attend the republican convention been disposed of the government lias no the best hotels In New Yoik city.
tho
further uso for the station, so men
Hay, Luke Worth,Indian, at Melbourne.Mr. Geo. W. Mackenzie of Canaveral
with Bisoayne Henry J. Egger, after a couple
expect to return to Jacksonville to- Where do you intend going this summer
llnnnna and Halifax Itlvers, Key Went of weeks'stay In Tltusvllle, went down and Mrs. Tom Johnson, of LaGranee has gono to Miami, whero he will ? Rend summer tesoit ndvts. on 7th.

anil all other Important Point* along theE to Miami again last Filday. spent from Wednesday until enter Into the curiosity business.Messrs. page.Tho.

t Count of Florida. Itrlef mention of Services in the yesrerday at Bonn venture. Oscar and C. R. Stowait Our l.onil ltnllwnvs.
churilion
riesbyterlan
Interesting Event* from Vurloun 1'iirtsof DeSoto Hotel, Savannah, will
the World; About People You Know Sunday next, morning and evening, Judge I, A. Stowart, of DeLand, have been busily engaged on their orange shoitly undergo many Improvements*

anil People Von Won't Know Picked Rev. II, Kcigwirr will officiate.Mr was a passenger on Wednesday's southbound grove, nt Konaventmc, this week.Mrs. The (list annual statistical tepoit oftho The cost Is estimated nt nboiit $13,000.Mr. .

Our Society Editor ami a larfcentaffof R. B. Holmes of Cocoa has train, en route to Miami.Rev. .Ins. F. Mitchell mid baby, nftera Railroad CommlsNioiieis suv that
by ,
up S. H. Peck of Hotel Plaza Rock-
,
tho capital stock of tho F. K. C. Hallway
Correspondents scattered along theE been appointed not.ny public for the and Mrs. A. D. Penney .nm] pleasnnt visit of a week or so with lu r is $1,000,000, with no funded debt. The ledge, repoits a goiid business lit the
t Coast of Florida. State at large, by Bloxham.Mrs. little returned to town parents at this place, returned to Cocoa
governor girl Tuesday rrom length of road Is 412.17 miles, and the New Arlington, Petoskey, Mich., which

C. McCrory and two childien Cocoa, accompanied by Miss Smith. on Tuesday.Vicepresident debt per mil *2, IJtl.lS. Is now regarded nt one of the tlnest summer

Rending notice ads. are ten cents left here last week for Cairo, Ga., Traveling Passenger Agent Geradeau J. R. Parrott and This is a little better than tho ,)., T. hotels in tho west.

perline on this page.Mr. to sojourn a couple of months or so.Dr. was among those bound for Miami, Land Commissioner J. K. Itigmhiint were & K. W. Railway, whoso capital stock Is Hotels Ilowl.ind nndScmboro, nt Long

J. C. Frlnk Las moved from Gaines of the Florida Wednesday, in the Interests of the F. E.C. passengers on Monday's southbound quoted nttJ.OlO.OOO; funded debt l.0OH,. branch, are doing a good business under
Worley, one train
to Miami. INK). The length of road is 200.UI) miles,
Ry. the nblo of Mr. GcorgoA.
6tuart to Jensen. East Const Line management
of
physicians,) s>t,
Attorney F. J. Webb is with a debt of *:) 1,017 per mile. 1*. Kelsey who chief of the office
now whs
Attorney Geo. M. Bobbins left for Augustine, has gone on a tiip to Atlanta, Julian Wilson and W. E. Vanlandingham permanently
established In Tltusvllle, where statT of Tlio Inn, l'alni Bench, last win
left for Macon
on Wednesday ,
Have paid subscription to for Poit Tierce and the Klondike, ho is here to stay.Col. .
you your business college of that city. They expect Manager G. Butler Smith, of Hotel
whero his Wade
son, is lookiqg after tho
the Aixvocate ? If not, please do so. building of a house. to be away about six months. D. L. Gaulden loft hero, Saturday announced in last week's Anvocatk Key West, Is making quite a reputation

Corporal T. K. Clarke, of the 2ndAl.ibnma Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold last, for Atlanta ami other parts of the prlmaiy railed for Precinct ss a hotel manager. Several cullers at

Volunteers, anived in town Revival services aie being held every services morning and evening at St.Gabriels Georgia, oti a trip connectod with Ms No. 1 took place last Saturday afternoon the AnvncArK office, who stopped atHie

from Miami yesterday.Mr. night this week at the Baptist church, Episcopal church, Tltusvllle, on law business. He is expected homo to at II. A. Cailile's storo, Latirango. Its above hotel, have spoken in his

Titusvllle, by Rev. L. D. Geiger. Tho Sunday next the 31st Inst. being the morrow.Mr. object was to elect delegates to attend praise.
O. B. Floyd, one of the most ,
popular commercial travelers in the attendances are very fair. fifth Sunday in the month: J. B. Tognl's popular resort on the Democratic county convention, to bo The soiisido dancos at Hotel Coquina, m

is in town this morning. Now is your time to buy anything in Bay stieet, Jacksonville, Is much frequented held at Foit Pierce, September 21, and Ormoml, every Saturday night, nie becoming
state, The fence on tho west side of Mrs.A. .
the seed line you may need. L. Cameron, by the best peoplo in tho metropolis. the result was as follows : more popular than ever. Lnst

Attorney A. J. Lewis and Mr. F. M. of 125 East Bay street, Jacksonville, has Brady's residence grounds facing Good liquors always command T. A, Johnson 21 votes Saturday night's dance wns a great Success
of Fort Pierce have been spending tho F. E. C. Ry. track was blown down and Mis. Vance and her able assistants '
Tyler, a fine stock of fresh seeds of all kinds onhand. good business, hencu Mr, Tognl's R. K. M ims 'llij
a few days in town this week.Mrs. (hiring Tuesday afternoon's rainstorm.We succoss, L. K. Myois 24 Mr, n nd Mis. Duncan woiked
did not hear of any other damage like Tiofans to make It so,
21
B. W. Jerome, of Rockledge, Chas. Blum & Co., the wholesale and occuring in this section.Mr. Services will bo held nt tho Methodist J. M. McCrory "
22
writes us that she is now stopping witli retail liquor merchants, of Bay stree', church on Sunday next by Ruv. A. I). R. Ilomdon Writing tis from Lllhta Spitngs, (la., a
Chan. K. is still ( Gardner 21
relatives in New London, Conn.Dr. Jacksonville, say they now have a finei Kenyon making Penney, who will havo charge of the J. II. *' guest savs: Among the guests at Sweet
Improvements on his place. He has A. Froscher 21
water Paik hotel Is the mother of Lieut.Ilobson .
stock of goods on hand, than ever, and Tltusvllle and Cocoa churches for the
W. L. Hughlett of Cocoa '
mayor just had elected a wood shed 48x10ft., 1 Kyzer II) who her to spend
son
a single trial will prove it. balanco of this In the place of Ruv.A. expects
has been appointed sanitaiy agent and is putting in new machinery for year A. N. Mnthis, W. H. Sharpe and A his leave of absence with her when the
of the State Boaid of Health for Brevardcounty. T. of Ankona and wood. Ills W. J. Best, the recent pastor.Lieut. .
Attorney C. Mel'arty, sawing splitting orange Wilson mo delegates I'loin City Point ; war Is over or on his return fioin his

was in town a few hours on Tuesday.He grove is now looking in line condition.Mrs. J. C. Foster and I'll vats E. Vesey Hall fr m Georgiaita.A piesent trip to Now York.

Gov. W. D. Bloxham has appointed says he will soon leave for Wisconsin Frere, who havo been recruiting for tho
W. U. Anno, who lias been ona
The Hon. J. II. nt recent
Young a
,
with his wife and family, to be away Florida of Volunteers for
Regiment a
Palm Beach
Russell of West
Mr. Wm. visit to her daughter. Mis, Foirest $70,000 PURCHASE. meeting of the Nassau House of Assembly
f0T Dade until December.Mr. week or so along the Kant Const, returned
of
to be supervisor registration Lake, of Miami, stopped over hero from stated that tho Governor of the Bahamas

county, Wm. IIIndie, of Cocoa, spent a Monday until Tuesday, en routo to her to their headquarters, Wednesday bad leceived a communication
having met with little success In One of the largest real estato transactions
General Fitzhugh Lee has been ordeied short while in town Sunday last visiting homo at Bartow. She was much pleas* from Mr. II. M. Flagler, of Now Yoik,
to Miami to make an investigation his little gill, who is staying witn Mrs, ed with Miami and the beautiful Bay their mission. that has taken place In Key West ll with referneo to the new hotel and

of the reported presence of typhoid fever T. W. Smith while the other meyrtbersof Biscayne county.nenry Our skilled taxidermist, Mr. R. C.Sciimgeour for includes years the has entire been block mado on public.the waterfront stcnmadilp service, which Is now under

In the his family are in Georgia. / Is engaged in mounting two consldeiatlon.
camp. A. Meister, of 1M East Bay commencing at and Including the
,
The steamer St. Sebastian returned Clias. N. Welshans, of Jacksonville, street, Jacksonville, informs us that ho ostrich chicks (ton days old), which ilid office and whair of W. J, 11. Taylor, corner We nro In receipt of vailous views of
Col.Tiffin's
not survive after being hatched at .
here early Monday morning, from Key is still one of the leaders An cement, employs nothing but skilled woikmen in ostrich farm at Mr.Robt. of Dnvnl and Wall streets, and extending Hotel Wlndeineie, Chicago, which Is

West, where she went with a moi tar carriage btick, lime, plaster, hair, lain, etc., anilhe his hair-dresslns establishment, and ho Pent land is the Comtenay.of one down lo and Including the old now under the mauagcmi tit of Mr, JolmS.

and other war material. Is soliciting a share of on our 4th page. A'A give him a trial when in tho metropolis. also takes W. Finder iVr Co's. auction sonville. Tlio hotel appeals to bo a very

The orange trees in Mr. J. O. Walton's box of books ar.d pillow cases II. B. Fromborger, who left house, and tlio entire low of buildings line one, and Is located on .VM list, mid

place are covered with bloom and were forwarded by tin ladies of Tltusvllle Dr. F. II. Houghton's house-boat Is hero for Daytona, with tho K. C. L. C. on that block, on Front stieet, back to Cornell ave. We wh1i! Mr. Bowen every

small oranges. This is the second time Tuesday, to Ferr.andina, to be distributed being rapidly pushed forward to completion & T. Co's. steamer lllttlo, last winter, the water. This valuable propel ty until success lu his new venture.

the trees have blossomed, tills season.T. among the Tltusvllle boys of and the doctor will soon leave has taken his boat to Miami, where ho within the past few days was owned byMessrs. After a most season from
prosperous
S. Wood A Co., of 401 West Bay the First Florida Volunteer Regiment. Daytona for a trip down the East Coast.He will run her an a pleasure craft us long Wm. Cmrv's sons, who have last December, the Tampa Bay Hotel
as the soldiers aro encamped on Day sold It to Mr. 11. M. Flagler ami the Fast
treet, Jacksonville, are desirous that has a large number of dental patients Monday closed It doors to the publie. -
Marx Brothers, wholesale dealers In Blscayno.Mrs. Coast It is said that Mr, Flag on
jou should call and examine their fine along this coast, who are anxiously System. The house has been full to over-
stock of dry goods, clothing, etc., when groceries, fruit am], produce, East Bay awaiting his arrival.Hon. Wm. M. Brown and Mai k and ler will havo the haibor fronting his Mowing many times since It was opened,
is the and
street, Jacksonville, place to get water fMint dredged and deepened,
in the city. what you need. They are bidding for a Fred S. Morse, one of Miami's Louise Brown left here, yesteiday, (or that the old wharves ami buildings will and the business was In eveiy way satisfactory.

Editor Frank II. Hanford, of the share of your pntionage on our socond popular and whole-souled residents, who New Hartford, Conn., whero they will be torn down to make room for liner and When it closed quite a number

Clay County Times, Green Cove Springs, page, and will treat you right. has been enjoying the sights of Jacksonville spend the balance of the summer at the Inrgerones.AlloriiDy. of guests weio turned awny, and compelled

spent from Saturday until Monday in for a few days, passed south on line residence of Mrs. Brown's parents, Geo. M. Rt>bblns, of this to seek quintets In the smaller

town, as the guest Of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. County Su rveyor J. O. Fries left here Wednesday, en route homo. We are Captain and Mrs. II. K. Jones. Mr. place, went to Key West recently with places.Mr. .

C.ltranning. Monday, for Fort Lauderdale to make a always pleased to see his genial countenance Brown came up frpm Mlnml to accompany Vice-president J. R. I'arrott, to assist In C. II. Merilll, resident propiletorof
land which
of some government his family as far as Jacksonville.Tltusvllle .
survey in Tltusvllle. examining thu title to this valuable piece the Craw fold House, In the White
who
L. II. Church, of Orlando, wfll take him about ten days. Rather a
represents Stultz A Co., of Savannah, hot job tliii weather, woiklng in the Owing to the recent rains, we have 41un t'lult. of propeity, the sale of which wits referred Mountains, enters upon the twentysixthyoar
his south.He few. for several to by our Key West correspondent of bis management of the house
was in town the week, on way marshes ami swamps. had quite a mosquitoes
had in his possession a very unique nights this week, but happily they do last week, and which Is said to havo this season. As lu the past, ho will

device in the shape of a nickel-in-the- The fe>ice around the Court-house not remain long they come and go. Some very good markmanshlp was cost 70,0OO. again have associated with Mm his

slot bicycle, which turns out all prizes and jail las been put in order, and the They seem to enjoy a good time on witnessed on Monday last, when several brother, Mr. Henry Merilll, who fluting
whole property looks neater than we nights and become members of the Titusvllle Gun Club Indulged the winter season bad I lie management oftlio
anil no blanks. moonlight quite SALE OF OSTRICHES.
seen it in i a long while. Sheriff Brown frisky and neighborly, frequently too in a practice clay pigeon shoot Roynl Palm hotel, Miami ; imd previous

Several photographic views of Tltusville has made) quite a nice lawn since he took much so.Mr. on their grounds west of town. Out ofa years the Royal Poind.ma, Palm

have been forwarded to Land Commissioner up his residence near,the jail, and we possible hcoio of 23 birds, L. A. Brady Tho sale of Col. II. J. Tiffin's ostriches Bunch. 1A

J. E. Ingraham St. Augustine, would n, not missing a single shot, at Couiteiiity, on Monday last, was attended The rotunda nt tho Mount Pleasant

from which plates .will be taken to be out some shade trees ere long.Marnier are now sojourning with Messrs. which was a remarkably clever showing. by Hurno fifty people; but it only White Is
used in stereoscoptican entertainments Anderson A Price, managors of the The other scores were also good and resulted In four chicks leaving tho farm, house. Mountains, entirely

and lectures of the East Coast, which & Lane, the popular music Mount Pleasant House, White Mountains' were as follows: L, < '. Branning, 21 ; W.B. tho balance being .bought In by Col.Tiffin's transformed Into a most spacious room,

will be given North'this summer.If house business(of in Jacksonville,and is other doing musical a big N. H. Mr. Havens Is a hailfellowwellmet Waddell, 21 ; I). B. Pritchaid, 111; T.A. attorney. One pair of the young a lilting Coilntblan mate to columns the large havo parlor.taken Graceful the
pianofortes
and has a reputation as a Robinson, 11)); B. B. l'ylus, II. birds, 13 weeks old, brought Il'i.dO, and
need fertilizer of kind, remember but Inform us that of thu The
they plain
you any instruments, photographer second to none In tho bought by W. J. Tucker, of Foit place squaie posts.
that the Little Bros. Fertilizer they cjan always find time to reply tolettcrb state of Florida. Our office walls are Pierce were who will place them on exhibition rooms adjoining tho otllco at tho left

aud Phosphate Co.'s works, In Jacksonville sent by their patrons In any part adorned with many of his works of art.Mrs. Fine Property for Sale or I'\- ,in bis menagerie. The other pair havo dlsnppoaied and been thrown into

is the place where to get It. Do ofFljoiida. Call and inspect their lino Geo. M, this goneial room, but tho ohlof attraction
not forget to write them, no matter In stock of musical Instruments when In J. Y. Miller ami daughter, cliangoAplarhts wero purchased Titusvllle by Attorney at like llguro lies In the Immouse bay windows, $
of a ,
what part of Florida you reside. A trial the ljnetropolis.Ve Clare, left here Wednesday for i">an Luis Bobbins, Mac Donald, of Miami with solid plates twelve feet In width.In .
for Mr. J, A. ,
will convince you of (he sterling value acknowledge receipt of the PoNihI, Mexico, near which place Mr. .The Hector Island property, a beautiful where tboy will be Interesting curiosities tlio green space outside, west of the
>i their noted fertilizers.Mrs. Miller is engaged in erecting a large factory place nt Melbourne, on Indian River, tliat nortli end of the office, has been built alino
catalogue visitors to place.Mr.
Peeltsklll Military Academy for the
for the manufacture of oak tannin billiard hall furnished with a large
John B. Rellly and little son, for llS!>h-i)'. from Col. Louis II. Orleman, extract and wheio they will make their Florida. J. G, Hast, Col. Tiffin's manager, for and cold nights.
dwelling days
Tills propeity a fireplace stormy
well-known New Voikstattj comprlsos In tho latter's behalf thu hospitalities
Joseph, who have) been visiting relatives president of this extended
future home. Going by way of Jacksonville house, store, lOxliO, with II rooms upstairs This hotel Is under the ablu management
all visitors
of Mr. H. of tho to
The plantation
m New Haven Conn. were passengers universltj. sons
,
,
New Orleans ami Tamplco anallrail steamboat wharf also a small of Messis. Anderson A 1'ilce, of
southbound train, enrmite Lakes, X. J., ; ; the Halo ami accompanied
on last Friday's Julius Smith, of Pompton route they expect to reach their banana and during Hotel Ormoml.
tangerine orango grove,
Miss the Bobbins and Shell If J. P.
to Miami. Mr. Reilly and nn% Hoekledge, Fla., are among destination by Sunday, The Miller famlly -' with lawn Attorney
Kittle McDonald Mrs. Reilly's sUter ets attending the academy.Messrs. have been residents of Tltusvllle for other fruits, and rare artesian shrubbery well.Theowner Brown (who conducted tho sale), with Writing us from the Hathaway Inn,

accompanied them from St. Augustine.Mrs. Wm. M. Brown ami E. L.Bif some time past, and take with therm the tennis ground will sell the for the two young ostriches semuoil for Doal-by-the-Seaf N. .)., .Manager Arthur
.
Reilly said it was cooler on the property Miami, in a sal I boat to Titusvllle, to seethe L. Marsli (the well known/and alfablo
of their filemts number of
after an absence of several weeks best wishes a one-fourth tho amount asked by the late
idy birds shipped from there byrait. cashier of Hotel Alcazar St. August
"ast Coast than North.Mr. safely ,
town Wednesday.Tliey whom were at the station to bid them will for
jcturued to Hector good
C. J. or exchange a
ntJMiami, Mr, Hast has, by his 'supervision, ine.) says: "We are open in full blast, 4
Luis Potosi Is of
arrived in town busily engaged attending adieu. San a town and residence town
Chits. O. Blyth have been orange grove near a demonstrated that ootrlehes can be suecessfully ami have hail a full house since tho first
?i"m Tampa Friday evening List, and to their business Interests, the presence considerable size, with a population of between Titusvllle and Biscayne Bay. raised In Florida. Out of a of July. Lnst night's count was 2*<0people.
<
tfft next day for Jmllanota on a week'svisit of the troops making things very about .13,001)), and Is the capital of the. For particulars, apply to tho owner, brood of seven, six havo been raised We had a great Fourth at Deal, hl
to his wife and family. Charlie is li/vely In their respective banking and state of the same name. It is situated J AM KM I'Ar.VIEIt, six weeks
the dangerous period ( ) and arrivals were
now connected with the army, being on glrocerv establishments.A (S,3.><> feet above sea level, and contains I'atchogue, L. I.or beyond the first Instance of the kind east of Ex.presliluiit among our Benj prominent, Harrison, General handsome edifices .
the quartermaster's staff, under Captain prominent Jacksonville merchant many gardens etc.Wanted. to bis attorney, F, J. Wkiiii, California.lirerartl. Hvcklcs, General Stryker and Governor

iuay, son of Senator M. S. Quay. His : Please send bill for total sum Titusvllle, Brevard county, Fla. Voorhces (of New Jersey); also many
headquarters are at Fernandina, b.it SCREEN CLOTH, TRUNKS, TELEScopes -
much pleased with the prominent Pennsylvania Railroad officials.
I am
will be at very boou. wing. millinery, dry goods, notions; UoicUtratlon |l k .
PortoJJico medium
and
.yDvoCATE a, an advertising Dogs Cat* and Chicken* for Your neat newsy pink paper
,
want atG
a id I want yon to continue my ad. for anything you Notice Is hereby given that the registration (the .\t vo'ATK) arrives from Tlf nsvllle
ALL SUMMER DRESS GOODS tfhree months longer, or until I order itIscontinued. Ann-fiat A Walk En's. Male. books of Brevard county will every Monday morning, and Itw'i read

lawns, dimities, organdies, etc., at I got an order through be open at the office of the Supervisor with very much Interest by myself and
cost first weeks in August. last week.t Wood for Hale.AH Mr. Marsh also somH the Aivooaik >
two our paper from Pensacola All kinds, ages, sizes, and trained and of Registration, courthouse, Tltusvllle, guests. -
GAKDNEB A WALKEK. was a surprise to me, as I did not untrained. Send stamp to James Bettis, on Monday next, August 1, from t) a. m. a very neat and cleverlygottenup -

fthlnk the pink paper circulated so far kinds of wood, from six inches to Winchester, III., stating kind wanted.A until 12 o'clock noon, and from 2 p. m. dlnnet; card, used on the t ourth ofJuly.

Fine Residence and lMneapple away." four feet or over; cut clean. Delivered until 5 o'clock p. in. The days upon It Is an S-page folder, with the
at residences at lowest possible rates.ClfAItl.KS and embossed la
which the books will bo open are Mondays front page piinted
Plantation For Sale.A I WHITE CORDUROY LATEST MAterlal K. Kejcyo.v, I tare Opportunity. Tuesdays and Saturdays. colors, upon which Is tho Hathaway

and for 1 idles* skirts and men's suits.Oabdseii Tltusvllle, Fla. Attention is also drawn to the fact coat-of-arms, the opening sentence of the

most beautifully-located villa A Walker.stiys For sale, the Cliffdale pineapple plantation that the books will be closed ou the second Declaration of Independence, with a representation

plantation overlooking from a high and Poultry JtreederM. at Eden, on Indian River, consisting Saturday In October.T. of a quill pen lying across,

'luff the picturesque Indian River; in of ten acres of land, all cleared JollXSOX CoCKSHt'TT, a scroll and a bunch of giant flre-crackera.

the centre of the pineapple section; large Twelve colonies of high-grade Italian and planted mostly with Red Spanish Supervisor of Registration. just exploding. The words "Fourth ofJuly"

roomy buildings and out-bouses. Modern for V. S. marine hospital service; bees; latest improved M and 10 drawer variety of pines; good new dwelling are embossed In gold. The menu
conveniences; inside toilet arrangements Help stock of 23 with all modern conveniences Is also neatly gottea-up, and consists
and U. cutter service; hospital hives; good honey; extra house, ; page 'W j*|
baths, sewerage; boat-house ind S.signal Tevemie t*. S. A.; mechanics hives. All for $30. large and convenient packing house, BABIES* carriages, chairs, cribs, cradles, of many good thing* to please the
Pier; lawns, shrubbery, flower- and 17cres corps X. also civilians of all Also a very choice lot of Plymouth freight house and station on railroad (orhipping white enamel beds, cribs, curtain epicure. We aro sure Mr. Maish's numerous
the U. S.
* In full bearing, best quality pine or Inds. For full; information call oaVilllam Rock hens fifty-six fot ,20, on the ground. Address poles; porcelain and tin toilet aeta. St. Augustlno friends will join

apples. Address Advocate Al Cox Springs, mattresses, suites all prices. the Advocate In wishing him what luj
Huber agent, No. 410 1-2 Franklln "Apiary, care iie I
care Further Advocate particular, Tltusvllle* of "Pineapple, Fla. street, Tampa, Fla. Tltusvllle, Fla. Eden, Fla. Furniture Store, Titusvllle, Fla. fully deserves continued success. .j.ji.jB












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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 29, 1898.Oh .



THE PINEAPPLE BUSINESS.II will give you an average of fifteen to.twenty. DEMOCRATS, ATTENTION.A GEORG MARX. joiin marx.

The quality, of fruit In these
How Thankful
ow to Start a Plantation, etc three varieties Is about the same all Call for n State Democratic Convention

Editor Indian fiierr Advocate.I first class tbe Queen being earliest and at Orlando, .August 3, 1MW. Wholesale Dealers In

Pain Was Maddening and Hope have received so many letters of inquiry smallest in size, averaging about three The Democrat lo party of the State of

from allover, the country that I pounds each. The Abbaka ripens its Florida will hold a State convention at GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE...
Had Been Abandoned Wonder* ,
rind it Impossible to write out a full fruit next, with the Smooth Cayenne Orlando, Florida, on Wednesday, August

f Ml Results of Purifying the Blood. answer to each one, so have prepared following closely. The last two kinds 3, 181)4, at 12 m. for the following pur. 131 and 133 East Bay Street and 8 anil 8 Newnan Street,

A very severe pain came In my left the following article, wblch covers tbe grow, under favorable conditions, to poses:

knee, which grew worse and worse, and main points in tho cultivation and weigh from six to twelve pounds each.I To nominate the following candidates, "

finally a sore broke out above the knee.It growth of this most remarkable fruit regard the pineapple industry as being tq wit: Two Justices of the Supreme ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE
discharged a great deal and the pain city
the with leant of
the Florida pineapple. To begirt with, I roost profitable, danger Court, one for the full term of six years,
maddening
from thigh down was
ray will Bay that the pineapple can be grown loss, of any-business you can possibly and one to fill the unexpired term of
large, hrrd, purple spots appeared on myleg. for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and ,
in. The of of We are headquarters <
owner an 1
In all of Florida and the engage acre Hon, B. S. Liddon resigned a State Pea
thi for successfully ; ;
I suffered In way years, guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed, v ''
and gave up all hope of ever being cured.My whole tin If region to tbe westward. To pines may consider himself as fairly independent Treasurer to fill an unexpired term; two your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will bo pleased. want

wife was reading of a case like mine grow the pine successfully, you must In life. The price of scions Railroad Commissioners, for the term

cured by Hood's ttarsaparllla, and she guard against excessive heat and excessive and frutrtluctuate so much that I will of four yeais, and one Railroad Commissioner MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonv;,), Kia.O .

advised me to try it. I began taking it cold. We thus guard by growing not attempt to quote them, but write for the term of two years, to be _i rrrrrr- : : :

and when I had used a few bottles I them under covei. Pines, as a rule, do for particulars. CaPT. E. A. Wiiaos. voted for at the next State election; and
found relief from suffering. Oh-, ZE3Z c23 Zt-3 <5c CO
my Orlando Fla. *
best on low, rich land that will not overflow to transact such other business as may
how thankful I am tor this relief I I am bKALERH IXHTim.
and near a lake or stream of water. come before the convention.
I have been in life.I .
stronger than ever my
am in the best of health, have a good They will do well also on high land, but Thousands Celebrate. The different counties in the State will . wVlnesjol.. 2L I-sloLiaors

the plenty of moisture send delegates to the convention ,
requires
appetite and am a new man altogether. as plant Upon 417, tt 410 W. HayJACKSONVILLE
J. P. Moons, Lisbon Falls, Maine. low land is better. For Smooth Cay With thankfulness their restoration to tbe following basis of representation:
health the of Hood's
Sarsaparilla- ennes, give them the lower ground in by use Sarsapartlla. One delegate for each one hundred votes . FLA.
Think of tbe vast army who have been
FurlAer.Hood's your pinery; the other varieties the high cured by this medicine for the candidate on the State ticket who RICH WIXES create *

est. Set eight to ten thousand plants to Men, women and children, who have received the highest number of votes at j thy Inlying blood.sour Don't JxKir make nine th i>. < !> it'I ,

Is the best In f.tct tho One True Blood FurlAer. the acre. suffered the consequences of impure the general election of l-OG, and one additional cheap. It Is not. It baa i i ifrreeable 'lSJ.
blood who have been the victims of effect upon the <\.i, '
Pills cure all liver Ills. 23 ceuts. Cut your posts seven feet long and set vote for the fraction in excess | icood wine is really not ,\| ''ileaanil
scrofula sores, eruptions, dyspepsia, nervousness gives that >ulled-ti ,
them one foot in the ground,) in rows and sleeplessness. thereof when it amounts to fifty or more. Hiiftaned you feeling.J3T" I / Mlf.

nine feet apart each way. Posts should They have tried other medicines and The counties under this rule will be | AV'e make a Speclaltv 'it \ 'ihcim.lines.
Mountain Dew
ORANGE GROVES IN SUMMER be Uiree to five inches through. On top have failed to obtain relief. They tried entitled to representation as follows: i iAlachua una old, fiM> per gallon.Corn Vln.K.years .
Hood's Sarsapartlla and It did them good. Parties living in ,
of the posts lay 2x0 18-fect joists, running They perservered in its use and it accomplished 14; Baker, 2; Bradford, tt; well to order from ua Dry, at Tmni-. ,,il,,,

An Advocate correspondent says: east and west, lapping at ends on permanent cures. Do you wonder Brevard, 5; Calhoun, 1; Citrus, 2; Clay, 4; them Ml per cent,on all orileriB" -

For the average orange grower, the best top of posts, spiking together, and toe that they praise it and recommend itto Columbia, 6; Dade, 4; DeSoto, 8; Duval, i W e will Always not open send new money ace.mil..in.,. onlen nw,

way Is lo keep the tree row clean all the nailing to top of post. On top of joists you. 22; Cscambia, 11 ; Franklin, 2; Gadsden, suitable Jacksonville reteren, |H ,i-I?
No Goods sent C. O. D tc lm
Tmini
summer by shallow cultivation, but lay lx3-lncti slats, IS feet long, running i 4; Hamilton, 4; Hernando, 2; Hillsborough Agent for Jndlanopnllit Brp'nlii.Co

when the ruiuy season sets in to allow north and south, ends lapping and nailed A BIG COUNTRY. 20; Lafayette, 3; Lake, 7; Lee, 2; Brewers and Bottlers, lntlian.i)< iuj''

the gross to grow in the middles (the to joists, every other space being left Leon, 14; Levy, 4; Liberty, 1 ; Manatee, j Hercules Malt Tonic, $2.25 per case; Clayton & Russell'Wild Cherry Brandy, *4.50 pei aH

spiices between the tree rows), or some open. The sides are put on tight, the Facts About Great Britain. 7; Madison, 7: Marion, 9; Mouroe, 4;

crop can be cultivated between the rows boards running up and down. This completes Great Britain owns more land than any Nassau, 4;jQrange, 10; Osceola, S; Pasco, JACKSONVILLE
SAW AND PLANING MILLS, VAltll,
and turned under in the fall, adding your pinery. Cost of ma erial other country in tbe world. 4; Polk, 8; Putman, 8; St. Johns, 7; PtUatka, Flaw E. Bay St., Foot of Catherine.

humus and improving the mechanical and labor are governed by local prices. From its forty colonies and Great Santa Rosa, SSumpter; 4; Suwannee, 8;

condition of the sotlbut;( ff cowpeas are Lay your ground off and set plants to Britain and Ireland it could put more Taylor, 2; Volusla.iS; Waukulla, 5; Walton WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY

planted in the middles', on no account line in rows both ways 18x24 inches, men In the field than any other country. 4; Washington, 3.Tbe ,

should they be allowed to encroach on leaving every eighth long row vacant for The British have about V0 war ships, counties will select their delegates Manufacturers of

the trees to interfere with their growth, walk; also leave space for. walk around and are building more. The guns of in any manner which may be deemed

for there Is no policy in building up the your pinery outside of plants and ..nextto these ships could Are 7,030 shots at once. best by the people acting through the Lumber and Lath.

soil at tho tree's expense. board fence. A cross walk occasionally The Biittsh Empire, If cut into a strip party organization, as recognized by the Cypress Shingles, #

The growth of the middles will prevent is a good Idea, and will save you a a mile wide, would reach around the last State convention.

the heavy rains from leaching and good many extra steps. With a hoe world 430 times. All Democrats are Invited to participate A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles,

washing away the mineral elements of handle or anything of the kind, make a More 'than half the exports from tbe in tbe selection of delegates thereto, lath and pickets always on band, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypresimouldings

fertility, but tbe tree rows should be hole In the ground at the right point, United States are sent to England, and including those who have become qualified of all patterns a specialty.

kept clean in order that the trees may one and a half or two Inches deep, after for all this food $425,000,000 Is paid every to vote since the last election. When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us.

obtain
food and water stored within their reach..Weeds pressing the dirt with your two hands certainly Is a good customer.Threefourth county convention held for the purpose

and grass should not be allowed around the plant tightly, after which of all tbe letters which of electing delegates to the State convention

near them at nny time,' to rob them of press the dirt hard on its four sides with are posted in the world are written in are requested to send lion. W.A. THE SOUTHERN FHEL & SUPPLY Company.

the elements etwentl.U to their growth. your feet, being careful not to Injure the English and are sent to persons who Rawls, chairman, Tallahassee, Fla., a

Some think that during the wet summer plant. speak English. Is it any wonder our written or printed copy of the proceedings

season more or less grass around the After your plants are set and you are people are clamoring for an AngloAraerican of such county conventions, together Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
,
trees will make no difference, but this Isa ready to fertilize, I should give them a alliance? with a list of the names of the County ,

delusion. Certainly trees will grow, solution of cotton-seed meal and tobacco Executive Committee appointed, designating

look healthy, and apparently be getting dust, equal parts. Both are good fertilizers A Clever Trick.It thereon tbe chairman and secretary Vitrified Paying and Sidewalk Brick.

on first-rate, with grass around them, tobacco keeping away insects. Before certainly looks like It, but there Is of such committee.W. .

especially during a very wet season; but putting liquid on, first run around try really it who no trick has lame about bark It. and Anybody weak kidneys can A. Rawls, Chairman, 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.Kaat Telephone 2C2.J. .

even at that time they would be doing plant with the toe of your boot, making malaria or nervous troubles. We J. C. Cooper, Secretary.

far better without grass, and then there a sort of saucer, to hold, the liquid. Fill mean he can cure himself rmht away by K. MTJXXERLYN, General Manager.Cir .

comes a dry spell and the grass dries the cavity full and let it soak to tbe taking Electric Bitters. This medicine There is more Catarrh in this section

them out, etc. Thus their new growth roots, after which, and before sun bu/ns tones up tbe whole system, acts as a of the country than all other diseases -
stimulant to liver and kidneys, is a blood I Invite your Attention to mjr Complete Stock off
is shorter than it would have been under your cotton-seed meal, run through with purifier and nerve tonic. It cures constipation put together, and until the last few years

more favorable conditions,'and their subsequent scuffle boeor rake, filling the cavity, thus headache, fainting spells, was supposed to doctors be incurable. For a HARDWARE AND CROCKERY
great many years pronounced Ita 4-
growth Is delayed. Moreover, covering the fertilizer. We now consider sleeplessness and melancholy. It Is purely local disease, and prescribed local rem.edies .
if free from and well cultivated vegetable, a mild laxati ve, and restores
grass your plants under good headway, but and by constantly failing to cure
being kept in a healthy growing condition your work is not done. They need much the Electric system Bitters to its and natural be convinced vigor. that Try with local treatment, pronounced tt incurable. Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware, Graniteware -
with vitality they will Science has proven catarrh tobe doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, Ice cream
strong attention. Don't fertilizer the miracle worker. Every bottle
spare or they are a freezers
a constitutional disease, and, therefore Quick meal gasoline stoves. Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, garden tools,
mature a heavy wooI growth, and are scuttle hoe. Stable litter, cow penning guaranteed. Ouly 50c a bottle at F. s>. plows and harrows and
requires constitutional treatment.Hail's paints oils. Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry notting
less susceptible to damage by frost or decayed vegetable matter of any kind, Chaffee's drug store. Catarrah Cure, manufactured by and barbed wire,

the ravages of Insects. muck, mulch, are all good. But a month F. J. Chenny Jfc Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tbe Harrison Bros' Eeadv Mixed Paints..i .
Keep say from four to six or seven feet or so before fruiting time I would use Florida Seminary.We only constitutional cure on tbe market.It >
is taken .internally in doses from 10 . enfe Writeme for Prices. i respectfully solicit ip
each side of the clean
trees perfectly
on blood and bono potash freely. drops to a teaspoonf ul. It acts directly your patronaire. Mart Orders given ITouipt and Careful Attention, and inmilriM (ur
have received of the official prices answered ,
all the the harrow a copy promptly
summer by runuing
Good, average scions should grow to on the blood and mucous surfaces of the
and cultivator. Kua the Acme in 'and produce an apple in twelve to fifteen register of East Florida Seminary for system. They offer on* hundred dollars 3VE. H3."West.

out around the trees la figure 8 fashion, months with care. Each plant session 181)7-98) with announcements for for any case it fails to cure. Send for
proper Palm Beach Fla-
circulars and testimonials. Address.F. ,
and then straight and down the rows session 1M>S-0D. Among other Improvements .
up will produce an apple. The Golden
J. Cheney Jfc Co., Toledo, O.y .
or straight along the rows only, as necessity we note that the preparatory department
Queen variety will yield you slips and ; Sold by Druggists, 75 cents.
will indicate. Kept up in this suckers averaging six or seven to the has been discontinued, that

manner they will need but little hoeing, additions have been made to tbe educational Magnolia Grocery.
plant. 'The Smooth Cayenne about the Primary Precinct No. 4. ...
will be well cultivated, and will get their same. The Abbaka, being more prolific, appliances, and that the number

share of the rain and fertilizer, the Utter of Instructors has been increased. Tbe The Democratic Primary for Precinct Wholesale and Retail Dealer In

of course, a sine qua uou, on poor positions of honor and usefulness filled No. 4, to elect delegates to the County
with students all the Convention Fort Pierce STAPLE AND FANCY
at
Seminary over on September GROCERIES.-
pine soil, as the novice rof orange culture. <
The secret of a woman's state attest thoroughness of the work 21st, will be held in the Town Hall, Cocoa
If he desires to experiment, will power U in her complete done In the academic department, and on Saturday, July 30th, at 3 p. m.By "
not take long In finding out. womanl mesa,both ph va'caland tbe rosters of officers In tbe First Florida order Precinct Committee, Butterine, 14cts. per pound.
mental. This Regiment U. S. Volunteers, and in the G. S. Hardee,' Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please voa.
do** not of mean outline perfection state troops are convincing proof of the M. U. McLeod, 102 Main and 83 West Forsyth Strops FLA.
JACKSONVILLE
PINEAPPLE SIRUPA efficiency of the military instruction. >o J. P. Cooper.A ,
nor reaalarttrof
fratarea. It other school In Florida has an officer of Telephone No. 255.

delicious pineapple sirup is made of doe* not mesa the IT. Army detailed as commandant. The number of men withdrawn from

two sugarloaf pineapples, peeled and wit.nor nor accomplishment talents Industry to take part in the civil war on Tlin Apple
STRONG XATION" is made up of the Union side !$ llumpliiig. Itiicklen's Arnica Salve.
chopped fine and mixed with two-third* It was 2,772,4' while tbe Apple
means thatphysical strong men and healthy women, and dumpling day was a rod Icltter
of their weight in sugar. Let them at health and strength are given by Hoods Confederates enlisted over >O0,0
stand over night, and in the morning attractiveness Sarsapartlla, America's Greatest ..Medicine. bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rlieum, fever

cook a little and strain off tbe juice. Use from conies perfect Get only Hood's.Hood's staid there many minutes. Although X sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
the pulp of the pineapple strained out bodily condition ALEX SEAR. KRXEST TAYLOB. had dispatched a hearty breakfust bel corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively
and the Pills are the only pills to take starting, out would cures Piles, or no pay required.It .
for marmalade. Cook this juice In the NEAR & come thedumplit
bright, happy cheerfulness of disposition with Hood's Sarsaparlllx Easy and yet TAYLOR Just to have a look is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
same way the strawberry is cooked and which on It complete bestth can insure.A efficient. at it and to see, -3T refunded. Price 2.ic. per
woman with a bright clear complexion (Successors to John McAllister.) Ih.m a.T g",.Jolbwp enerally raal money
eye. :
bottle it in like manner.To box. For sale by F. S. Chaffee & ( o.
color in the cheeks and would
make marmalade of the pulp, boll buoyant mantling clastic step and manner has a The destruction of stores and clothing Artesian Well Contractors say to myself. Tbei

It down, and add about one quarter of natural attractiveness that no artif-ial by both armies during the civil war is From handling the
agency can counterfeit.A dainty to tasting Beauty la Blood Deep.
its weight in When a little of the estimated at *100,000,000. EAU CALLIE. FLA. skin, N
sugar.
woman who is adlicted with the mortifying Sa rr.fDr8 toce- "I'M have cml Clean blood means a clean
mixture Is cooled on a spoon, and it misfortune of a dull, sattow. pimply only a nibble, I would beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy tatn ';
complexion or that listless movement and Wheal had say tic clean your blood and keep it clean, or
curls before the finger thrust through it attitude which got my tooth into tb all impurities
provokes only disgtwt and dumpUng. stirring up the lazy liver and driving
the marmalade Is done. revulsion in the opposite sea, ought to avail EASY RIDING. Adam with his apple from the body. Begin tu-d.iy >
herself of the pnnfving. in vigotating power banish pimples, boil*, blotches, bine kheadfc
of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, All tbe time and speed when you gone. Then I would and that sickly bilious complexion hy ta.hin*
WILSON CYPRESS CO.'S NEW which makes a strong, healthy stomach want it Is a great feature of hurry on to muk, Cascarets, heuuty for ten cents. "ij'ug'gists
and digestive organism ; purifies the blood satisfaction guaranteed, 10c,25c,5 '
SAW MILLS.Wlls and imparts a natural stimulus to the excretory
functions ; insures healthy weight, joys of the dompling
clear skin, bright eye* and the animated e... before me the day's drndirerv behind m T During the last few months of the civil

** Cypress Co.'a mill yard, Palatka manner lady and living bearing in West of Virginia.perfect health.A Mis* AnsaCaltow. Here are some Keating points for your consideration: haps a thrashing thrown ta wirh L"eof Per war the expenses of the government exceeded
is a busy place. Tbe old building Isbelog of Krger. lour Co.. writes: *tt is Joseph Arch. $3,000,000 a day.J .
with pl aure I writ* eoa alter warns a few The Frame makes it
rapidly torn away to make room bottles of Dr. Pierce's fr"a-fortte Prescription' the !'
J The cost of during
and 'Golden Medical Waco erv. sad I think STRONG. | our navy
for a larger and more modern structure Chilly < >
them vat-sable medicine : *
lor female
trouble* "Poor war was: For 1S02, #42.000.000
which, when completed and in running and weeanceaea. I could hardly go about my The Construction makes it papa > said EtheL "H 8 >0 '**>
work I bad mack inward weakness and constant dreadful cold. Da" ttby 113,000,000; IStM, fcM,000,0i :
order, will increase the output of this misery in the womb. It arm l led me so that I itDURABLEl
would give out in walking a abort data ace t li, MiOO0ahen
establishment fifty per cent. An army had a bad cough and my lung* bun me all the Bearings give It himself, said sittjig '" _________
of mechanics and laborers are employed time. I got very thin, my conaplesion was bad. SPEED. how frigid oldU0I"0 who kue, '
and my eyes would get so Keary in tbe evening the To Car* Cowtltmtlon ure '
and the merry ring of the hammer and they seemed atuT m tbe lata I cowld bard.Vmoeethein. The Doable Roller Chain he *iJZJS S ?* Take ttiwurets Cuulf Catliarilo. 1'1 .-
buzz Many persons were alarased about II C. C. a fed to cure.uruKi nt of the blended in
saw are one grand
me. t looked so bad and bad such a cough ; tkey MAKES IT FLT.Up .
of with the were afraid I would go into TiminwranB Isett
song Industry, punctuated
so badly every due that I bod no bar about hill, dowr hill, on the tour, road or track
spirited throb of the pile-driver. Both me. I used only nee bottle*in al). 1 ahail ever >o Cure So ray.
speak in praise of your grand medaruae* They It has No ne wL 3.Wn fl arealf sell
band and circular saws will be operated ts sum-tag-f .' Equal. s ever That Is the way d drowW'
oVlC
Lb. future, and tbe number of employes Another rood,thin* to have fat the honseis Send for Catalogue.KEATING. Hd '* lea8t Homer. GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL
a vial of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. ' .1 Fever.
* when andIron r
Increased proportionately. Palatka Advertiser. They care btliuusocss and coarip ioa WHEEL, COMPANY, * V'8! "* Wand for Malaria,and Chills Quinine in t SrforoV
and never grip*. simply
Middletown, Conn. -lis 5Si &SSE*- Children love It. AdulU pr
it to bitter, nauseating tonics, frice, *





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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 29. 1893



professional Cards.LW PETITION FOR LICENSE.To H Williams, J W Jamison HODGES & GODFREY

W H Hicks, HOMESEEKERS ,
Sam Mltchel, J W Jamison
KOBBIOT. WALTS*S. GaAHAM.OBBWS the Honorable Board of County M J 13m ksD Manufacturers of
>a
A GRAHAM, Commissioners of Brevard County. II J M Smith, S Bryan


ATTORXETS-AT-LAW, Gentlemen Florida : : I, the undersigned, W, J. A nabnlcht, N Robert E Shore J Mathers, Who arc Seeking a Home in the Yellow Pine Lumber,

Tucker, wishing to sell liquors, wines J V Wooten.K .
LcickIIoubs: From 10 to 13 a. m., and beer In Election District No. 0, of W B Cross, W Church hOt'OII I>RKHSKt>,

|" and 2 to 4 p. m.TlTL.gVitLB Brevard County, State of Florida, here A J McDonald, South should send to the undersigned llox lleatla,

Brevard Co., Florida.I by apply to your Honorable Body to F W Church, W M McCuhlinsA Orsnga

I n liox, 108.IwillprMtioe. grant me the right to sell such liquors, J McDonald, Fruit A Vegetable Cr t a.I.umtiar .
In all the courts state and fed wines and beer in said Election District, Alexander Bell, J S Boll for a copy of the dellvarad st siiy psrt of Inillan Itivnron
McDonald. Mil of lading. Anyone contemplate
and A J through
we pray your Honorable Body to Ins luiililinrt on the Kaxt Coaxt, woiiM ilo wall to
'
1 TqnecUl titles.riKOK grant roe a permit to make such sales. State of Florida, > write for nrlcfta. Tlis Knwmill In Klttinteil on tbaJ.
r l Dl Respectful!v, County of Brevard. \ ., T. A K. W. Hy., mild* south of ralatka.ButNiuim .

W- TUCKER, Personally appeared before me, John Florida East Coast Homeseeker.W I lights, lMitiium co., Fla.O .

S. JONES, Dated July 0, 1S0S.We Henry, a notary public in and for Brevard .

county, Florida, W. J. Tucker, applicant

ATTORNETATLAW.ITUSVIIAE the undersigned, being a majority to sell liquors, wines and beers Choice . .

of the registered voters of Election District In District Number l>, In said County have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and fo Wines,Liquors

BREVARD CO., FLA. No. t), of Brevard county, Floilda, and State, who being duly sworn says Winter and Summer Homos. Climate the healthiest in th United States.
do most respectfully concur in the above upon his oath, that each and every name . and Cigars,

County Judge of Brevard County.L. application, and ask that a permit be or mark atllxed to his application to sell Apply to Guaranteed Pure.

granted as prayed for, and that we have liquors, wines and beers in District

signed this petition alter June 8, lMitf, Number Brevard county, Florida, was JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner, Sold at reduced
GAULDEX, In accordance with Chapter 4510 (No. 30)of ) the act and deod of the person purporting ( pilces
fc. the Laws of Florida.J. to sign the same; that there was no FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, Imported

ATTORNEr-AT-LAW, fraud, bribery or deception, in procuring Tokay Wine,
Petitioner: Witnesses: such signatures or maiks, and that such ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
I Will practice In all the Courts of the State John P Cook, W M McCuhlinsR signatures or marks were obtained after from Italy.

If Florida, and tbe United States Courts.I W Lennard, rovision of the registration lists in

I p.0. Box,238. TITCSVUXE, FLA. Fred Hartstone, V L Smith June, 1808. John B. Togni ,

Money to Loan. ItIVI. A J McDonald W. J. TUCKER.
Metropolitan Saloon, 12:1: East Bay St..
William Anderson, Fred Church Sworn to and subscribed before me

GOLDSMITH A J McDonald, this ith day of July, A. D. lfMM. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Wltolcanta .
< William Johnson, W M McCuhlins JOHN HENRY, and KetMll **
| his x mat kW Fred Church, Seal. Public.
[ ] Notary
W Layport, J B Merriwether
ATTORXEV-AT-LA"\V, Fred Church, MANIER & LANE MUSIC CO.ConoYer The Largest and Most Complete

John O May, Fred Church FLORIDA ALLIGATORS AND Establishment South.

Kfitusvillo, Florida.IF. W W Layport, TURTLES.
V L Smith, A J McDonald GEO. HACKER

F Roj lance,
WEBB, J S Bell, R A bweailiigeuCr The United States Fish Commission

S Tucker, has Investigated the Florida alligator

attornev-at-Law, D S Carlton, R A S SwenringouC Tucker, and reported that unless steps are taken Fischer, Kingsbury, Frankiln

this water animal from hunteis
Will practice in the Courts of the 7thI Spencec Bowman, It A SweuriugenJ to protect -

Ircuit. Taxes paid for nonresidentsftud S lie'l' it will soon be as completely exterminated

rents and accounts collected.B'itusville J B Merriwether, R A SwearingenJ as is the American buffalo, says PIANOS .

Florida.I. S Bell, the Philadelphia Press. The alligator is
J A Richards J B MerriwetherIt
hunted for its Bkin and for sport, and its

0. FRIES, C. E. C Nelson, J S A Boll Swearingen, combined enemies have greatly reduced CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS

I. F Roylance, the number of animals seen annually In

COUNTY SURVEYOR. J A Russell, V L Smith the wateis and marshes of Florida. Itis Lowest Prices Terms.
F B Wright, ; Easy
estimated that not will
many years
J B Dickey, Ed F DavlesC
1 and sub-divided.
Land legally surveyed
before the Florida alligator will disappear
S Emery, pass
flapping neatly done. Estimates for Douglas Spiers, W B Spiers entirely, unless the Fed oral government Write for Catalogues/ MANUFACTURERS OF

ill kinds of engineering works. Dis- James Arnold, or the state interferes.Ililhboro Doors Sash Blinds,
W B Spiers, Douglas Spiers MANIER A LANE MUSIC COMPANY, ,
DeSoto and Loo counties
i uted lines a specialty.TrrirsviLLB James Arnold, 24 East Bay Streot Jacksonville Fla.
Material.Olllco
W V Faver, W B SpiersT are the parts of the state where most alligators Moulding & Building .

( Brevard Co., Florida.CTEPHEN .
C B.iss, are taken by hunters. There

T C Bass, W B SpleisW the industry Is said to be much Iobh ex* A Warorooins. King, i 'poslte
V Faver Cannon Streot. j
E. FOSTER, tensive than heretofore, owing to excessive ,
( Thos Carter, W V Faver
S. C.
I his x mark Daniel L Futch, hunting and wanton killing by those Charleston,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Daniel L Futc'i' T C liassW who make no use of the animals or their

Rooms 420 & 423, Gardner Building, V Faver, skins. In these three counties alone 214 Sash Weights Cord and
OIIVC 3VORT1IVTRAYEL ,
J A Wright, Daniel L FutchW
Jacksonville Florida.'x. persons were engaged last year in hunting
V Faver, Hardware.
J McCollum, J A WilghtW alligators, their Investment in boats YIA THE "TIFTON ROUTE."

V FaverC business to ). During
and amounting *8jD0t Glass
\\ Scott. Gordon R. Broome.QCOTT Window and Fancy
T C Lashley, B LashleyW the year 1(1,750( skins were taken,

A BROOME, Chailes Gibbon, R A V SwearingenF Favei, and probably ">00 alligatois were killed Georgia Southern and Florida Railway.Suwanee A SPEOIAI/rVy;

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Roylance, Uut never recovered.
Jens Helseth, R A SweaiingenChailes The commission has investigated also River Route. Qb YEARS*

(over Bank) Gibbon, the culture of turtles in Floilda, and EXPERIENCE

Bowman II L LowdC.
Miami, Florida.pEORGE Uenry S Tucker, finds that there is danger that those animals The Georgia Sou thorn & Floilda Railway compiiscs part of tho Tlfton Route,

Reuben Carlton, J E Day too, will bo annihilated unloss the and la tlio most direct routo to all points North, ICust and West, and opi-ratc* the

G S Tucker, practice of stealing their eggs is stopped. finest Pullman BulTet sluupors; double daily, Jacksonville to Nashville via Macon,

W. ALLEN, George Sweet, A J McDonald These great tuitles breed oil the shores Atlanta, and Chattanooga; traversing tho famous fruit belt of Georgia, and the

F Roylance, of the stato from A pi 11 until July, during Historical Battle Fluids of Noith Georgia aud Tennessee.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Charles J O'Brien, W It Copeland Trade NUbkDCSIONS
F RoylanceF which time the female seeks tho For further information, maps, schedules, sleeping car reservations, etc, )

Key West, Florida. A A Hendry, RoylanceJ sandy shores of tho keys or the mainland write or call on COPVRIOMTS rteaorllitlnn AC.Anrnnn nwfnulnkly .
i>nilln a nkatrh anil
Will practice in the United States D JunoisWm In remote places. She an Ives at HUGH H. ItlCtlARUSOV, Gen. Agt., annartaln our oplnlun fmo roniiiiiiiii wlmllmr anIiiviiiiOoii .

nod State Courts. 9jun95rR. James G Seward, Thomas Colllar C'alway, night, and, with her (Uppers, digs a hole 7 HoganSt., Jacksonville.Wm. tiiii! trlntlFi I" prohnl iiillilHntlKl.>Hr putanlAhla.Ilaiiillmolion I'ntaiilaiintrritft. .

A B Lowry, J II MerriwetherJ one-or two feot deep In the sand, above CHECKLKY SHAW, G. A. MacDONALD, HMnal litkiiu nf tfimiiuh n r fur Mann aaruriiisijiaimila.I'uttiiita Co. ruuulf*
Vlce-l'resldent, Macon, Ga. Gon'l Passenger Agt. tpnrlal ntitict, without uharito. III til*
D JunoisM high-water mark, in which she lays tho

F. II. nOUGUTON, II A Crews, J Mailer eggs, numbering from 100 to 200. The Scientific JUnoricatuA
G S Tucker,
turtle then the sand back over ImnilaomBlr llln trMail woaklr. I;""""* "If;
J W Jamison, M J Muller scoops there a subterranean pool, which, with nitlntliin of nr milentlllii Irinrnal. T urnia, lTmiri 1/
DENTIST. Cr S Tucker, the eggs, smooths the surface and rapidly Shaving Parlor.w four mimtlia, *L Hold brall nawailnularj.MUNN&Co
the liquid or somt-lujuld column prossing rkBraoob
C C Miller, B W Miller retreats to the water, leaving the eggs 6B"-d""NewTO
Daytona, Florida.TO G S Tucker, to hatch without further attention. The upon it, constitutes a soit of huge natural Olniw.fflft r B ,Wa.lilnston,V.C.W .

B W Miller, C C Miller hydrostatic bellows. Sometimes the
hatching occurs within a few weeks, and
G S Tucker Isso
on the superincumbent crust
YT Smith 52 CavenderG then the young ones hiake their way to pressure tViviv tWEAK
( G ,
ALPII E. SMITH, M. D.rnYSICIAN" great as to cause nn upheaval or disturbance
| his x mark S Tucker, the water. The turtle returns two or
of the valley. It is obvious,
W A Martin, A J McDonald throe times to the same spot during the
AND SURGEON. F Roylance, then, that when a hole Is bored down
each time depositing the sanio
C F Olmstead, A J McDonald year, through the upper Impermeable layer to
recialist In Genital Rectal
Urinary an F Roylance, number of eggs, so that the total number
the surfrtco of the lake tho water will bo
Diseases. Albert Christopher Christopher O'BrienJ laid by the average female turtle Ina the natural law of wiitor
forced by
his x mark S Bryan, is from 300 to 1100. Those tuitles up
Located at Placide Hotel year
level to height above thosurfaco
J B Lock, G S Tucker seeking its a
size weighing
some
attain an enormous ,
Jacksonville, Florida. rChas J S Bryan, of the valley, greator or loss,
J S Bell 1(100 pounds. This great turtle is said
\ M Nelson, according to the elovation of tho level In
W T Hayes to bo the most valuable In the statu fish

Jl'ineixpple, Orange ami Iicmoii W T Hayes, J S Bell eries. The commission recommends that the feeding column, thus forming a natural
Chas M Nelson, fountain on precisely the same
Land For Sale Cheap.I for a term of years, at least, .the animal
V1GC30US
A G Green, J S Bryan princlplu as that of most artificial fountains MEN MASE m
A J McDonald, should be unmolested during the period
where the water supply comes
J S Keen, J S Bryan when It seeks the shores to lay Its eggs, ,
have for sale 80 acres of pineapple W B Cross, and tliat the practice of gathering the from a considerable height above tho Jot,

lam! on St. Lucie river, a few miles below S Castle, J S Bell St. Louis Itcpiiblic.In .
should be stopped entiiely. MEADOR
H. S. ,
Eden, 40 of which being northeast F Hartstone, eggs

'tusrter of northeast quarter of section J M Fisher, F HartstoneCr times of war the armies of European WaahiiiKton Avenue, | Ok*. UA"f.WhatPEFFER'S.
S Tucker, Million* CJIveii Away.It .
is township 38, south of range 41 east; M B Daniels, W M McCuhlinsM nations can he raised to 0,'HiO,000 men, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. HERVIGORCiJ
''lie other 40 is the northeast quarter J Muller, Is certainly gratifying to the public and the daily expense will bo nenrly 4)JI000,000 ),- lft met* iniwftrruily ami quit uly. Curw* whmi all
|
irmnhtMMlt o t
In tho land who nthnrft fnll. Vounir inun ritfjtin Innt
of
3 know unts concern
section to
southeast quarter of Jas J Kceu, J S Bryan to nothing of tho destruction nitmrenuver youthful la r. ,ib olwt*ly llimviin
wnshtp 38, south of range 41 east. F Roylance, are not afraid to be generous to tbeneedv say t4 to Cur* Ni>rv* uMn m ft> *6 \ ttitHty*
*
and suffering. The proprietors ofDr. of life and property.It lini otea<*rf Nlfhtly Kmtaslona. The for $10I .
above land can be bought Albert A Ford, F HartstoneJ *lth r F lUntf MantAryV tl .f 1.Imiafiity
I ei acre. It Is suitable for pineapple, D Junois, King's New Discovery for consumption .a..., ami itfl etferti of mult alwf anil r.r eonnumptloMm 0 rcp f* ailaolfr

range, lemon or lime growing. E Robinson Chailes J O'BrienA coughs and colds, have given away Is estimated that slnco the Christian {uJMcr'fMrt.t iHtflrnviftftt Wnn imptiM*a wortt1' H HtmMtuta nr..tiu
for P ten million trial bottles of this great hn.mn>m It yltilil.| H tfrmntft p .M mtonhv
Win be sold In lots of 40 acres, McDonald over
J 4,000,000,000 human beings f'uu rKKCKll'S XKHVIUOII, or im c" li This land will soon be worth 30 J S Bryan medicine; and have the satisfaction of era began, over Can ha carnaa In a.t ixM-knt. 1'rapaltl plnin wrap.pit. .
J C Staples, knowing it lias absolutely cured thousands havu perished In war. Mk per Ik)*, or n for wit, with. A l"o.ltl jVvrlltan
1 .
McDonald
icre.Ai.ply A J immrmm* M llora .rH.runil lkMnn.y
to C. II. Walton, Advocate B Burke, J S Bryan of hopeless cases. Asthma, bronchitis Pamphliit rroe.Solil by ilrutfvmta. Aiian-
H
and all diseases of the
r>mce to Robbins A Graham Titusvi hoarseness
or J M Fisher, and Residence
Gruvtt
tf throat, chest and lungs are surely cured Orangu
H B Burke Hold by J. B. Screven, only.
J S Bryan, J M Fisher, by it. Call on F. S. Chaffee, druggist, for Sale.i .
and get a trial bottle free. Regular size i SEINE TWINES.A .
What do you meed In the way ofn J II Hill, J J S D Bryan Junois, 50c and f-1. Every bottle guaranteed, or II ni grove and garden property of SOFT

heads bill price refunded. 12 acres' fronting on the Indian River PERFECT tyijqnFnN TWINE.
elopes, note and letter M J Raulerson, H R DanielsG road Royal-tansy pills
back to the county
and extending
lieadi cards, etc ? MACRAM6.E. .
statements, tags, S Tucker, south ofTltusvlllo CABLE CORD8 ano
shall be glad to have a share of your J S Bryan ARTESIAN WELLS. at Sharpes about 13 miles NenrniM-aivKuv. HF.vmrAH.*.
.
*" rk. O Bevlll, known a* the Brock place; EMORY JOHNSON, o. waa.MOODUS. A D w,mlalila and M' rauof lor .uupra
> We have a first-class 1ob department F Hartstone, four > l, .I aoantr or p..lnfulnuowtural
C00 beadng trees; good house, lun.M.nr oim.1 by r 4oOt elaiiuia.
the Advocate, CONN.Malarion
connected with .
R Head, F RoylanceG The theoretical explanation of the phenomenon and kitchen servants' house and ln.lanralaatruiMaorH-niul. lla*
a' < all we ask is a sfiare of your work. S Tucker, rooms ; wars f flaaa.ruua lialtatloa !*"
U easily understood. Tbe secondary packinghouse. Price, 4,500.00. itapar. M uur lM>a, aiuall D i kl. Sn
( John Pinkney, J S Bryan ...U.l In plain wrapuar. H.u.l 4 l'
geological formations I' Apply to .. Sold br I.M ..kHr
W T Hayes, and tertiary lor uartloulap*'
) his x mark Ronnix* A Giiaiiam, Notice for IMibllcutlwn. 4-l.oril.lr... PrilH.llil.C'Al.Aaew .
C B Smith, G S Tucker often present the appearance of immense Attys. for owners, IATI N, tkuiaau. 1U.

W T Hayes, the boundary or rim of the basln Fla. .
basins Tltusville only.Don't
Fla. Mold by J. U. Screven,
Gainesville I
C B Smith Land Olllce at ,
I S Tucker, of
i buying aeedk eeanomy G having been formed by an upheaval (
extra* t> C UII ll CO!trcultWallun W T Hayes, June 1.1, 1M1H.
wanted on Infarlor ansae < D Kemp, J S Bryan adjacent strata. In these formations it la davol.l of blttor t Ut. TVTrICK In harabj gl n that tll foll.iwlnn- Tubacro Spit and Suinka lour I If* Away.To .
original
com always of the largely heat ticf and daarvet l< the aewla tot \ bis x mark W T Hayes often happens that a porous stratum, Cures Chills and Fever; acts on the liver lnaiuml w>tattler inakaliniil naa proof fllml not In lea support of hla of Intantlnn hi*- quit tobacco easily anil forever, be magnetio. --

>* had. The beat la Iw t for .> W J Tucker, G S Tucker consisting of sand, sandstone, chalk or and regulates the system generally. claim,anil that salil proof will ha maUa before full of life, nerve and vigor, take No ToUao -
cheapeat. K yaIrltte more W T Hayes, Included between All Clarke Irrnlt Court at Titiiavllla. fli on July ,tho wonder-worker, that makes weak mmatrong.
Is Druggists.RememW
Mitchell, James O Seward other calcareous matter. Ml, Ihwi, I/.i Klndrail l>. fJrlrna, of Tltuaviu*. All druggist*, 60o or II. Cureguarontecd. -
FERRY'SSEEDS Charles Charlie Williams, two Impermeable layers of clay soOf Kla., Iloiuaiitaail 2KTJU, for the aaat-half 21 ofaonthaaat Dooklet and situiple free. Address
of sactlon W, townihip
J L llat U tube [ the Advocate. Titus <|uartar Bterllng Uemedy Co.. Chlcuwo or New York.
J R Carter.D Casper to form a porous continuous onth ranga* aaat.Ha .
3 J H Wynn, from side to side of the valley, ville, docs all kinds of job printing, (live nuinaa realilanoa tba followingwltnaaaa, ami cultivation* V> prora hla of, 1
share of work.] continuous upon
M J M Law hills us your Hrwk Kevala,of Tltuarllla, Hla.j for tbU ,
Bryant the outcrop on the surrounding aal .
A and ntvonytget jroar mor#yawortb.Li O F LaneyA Ham ruu-h, of Tltuarllla. ria.t Maok Tanker, ofTltiurllle aildressetl "Tax Advocate
Fire earns par paper rrrrr*!"". T Sanders forming the mouth of the tube. The ria.t C.l>. floodof Tltnarille, kla, should be
\ Always tba baat. Bead Annual frea- II B Smith, II R Smith, filtering down through'the porous Bdacitk Toot Itowal* With Caacavata. w. o. ROBrxioy, Tltusville, Fla." This will Insure Immediate
trolt.a1lcli. rain forarar.10cS3o. .
hp.M.rERRYCO..O Candy Cathartic, ears constipation attention.
W W Beecher, John N Walleri layer to tbe bottom of the basin forms It C.C. C.fall,druggist*refund money. RejMter.
i J 9 Keen,











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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 29, 1898.



THE PINEAPPLE BUSINESS. will give you an average of flftfeen totwenty. DEMOCRATS, ATTENTION.A .

Tbe quality, of fruit in these
Qli HowThankful
How tu Start a Plantation, etc. three varieties is about the same all Call for State Democratic Convention

Editor J nil(an River Advocate, first class the Queen being eailiest and at Orlando, August. 3, 1M08. Wholesale Dealers In

Pain Was Maddening and Hops J.have received so many letters of inquiry smallest in size, averaging about three The Democratic party of the State of AND PRODUCE.
FRUIT
,.
from allover, the country that I pounds each. The Abbaka ripens its Florida will hold a State convention atOilando GROCERIES,
Had Been Abandoned Wonder*
find It Impossible to write out a full fruit next, with the Smooth Cayenne Florida, on Wednesday, August
fMl Results of Purifying the Blood. following closely. The last two kinds wt Bay Street and 6 an l 8 Newnan Street.
answer to each one, so have prepared U, 1808, at 12 m. for the following pur. 131 anil 133

A very severe pain came In my left the following aiticle, wblcli_ covers tbe grow, under favorable conditions, to poses:

knee, which grew worse and worse, and main points In tlio cultivation and weigh from six to twelve pounds each.I To nominate the following candidates,

finally a sure broke out above the knee.It growth of this most remarkable fruit regard tbe pineapple industry as being tq wit: Two Justices of the Supiemo ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE
dlHchnrKed a great deal and the pain
from my thigh down was maddening. the Florida pineapple. To begin with, I the most profitable, with least danger of Court, one for the full term of six years,

will that the bo loss, of any -business you can possibly and one to AH the unexpired term ofHon.
Largo, hrrd, purple spots appeared on myleg. say pineapple can grown WefoS headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and ( w p
in all of Floilda and the engage in. The owner of an acre of B. S. Liddon resigned a State i are full line of Hay Grain and '
I suffered in thii way for years, successfully ; teed We also carry a Feed. \\e ?
and gave up nil hope of ever being cured.My whole Gulf region to the westward. To pines may consider himself as fairly independent Treasurer to fill an unexpired term; two Oiange and VegetabiosT Give us a trial and y6u will bo pleased. a

wifo was rending of a enso like mine grow the pine successfully, you must In life. The price of scions Railroad Commissioners, for the term MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonv ,||,.

cured by Hood's Haraupurilla, and aba guaid against excessive heat and excessive and frultTrluctuate bo much that I will of four yeais, and one Railroad Commissioner Fla.3FLrL .

advised me to try it. I begun taking It cold. We thus guai'd by growing not attempt to quote them, but write for the term of two years, to be

and wiien I hnd used a few bottles I them under covei. Pines, as a rule, do for particulars. Capt. E. A. Wii.sojj. voted for at; the next State election; ana

found relief from my suffering. Oh, best on low, licit land that will not overflow Orlando, F1Tliouhaiids-*. ( to tiansact such other business as may *
how thnnkf ul I am for this relief t I am, hKAlEKS IN
and near a lake or stream of water. come before the convention.
life.I .
stronger than I have ever been in my 3L
am in lbs best of health, have a good They will do well also on high land, but Celebrate. The different counties in the State will : \7Vl33LOS MOl< XjlcaLiior

appetite arid am a new man altogether." as the plant requires plenty of moisture, send delegates to the convention upon 417, & 410 XV. lHy M

J. P. Moons, Liibon Falls, Maine. low land Is better. For Smooth Cay With thankfulness their restoration to the following basis of lcprcsentatlon:
health by the use of Hood's Sarsapaiilla. JACKSONVILLE, .
ennes, give them tbe lower giound in One delegate for each one hundred votes FLA,
Think of the vast who have been

army KICK WINES .
OOCl'S 8pariHa your pinery; the other vailetles the highest cured by this medicine > for the candidate on the State ticket who tliy blooil. Don't create mukc,.tin >I'll*< hel.

bet eight to ten thousand plants to Men, women and children, who have received the highest number of votes at liujing sour poor winu i , .,ike otin. |,
Istlia best lii f.wt tlio Ono Trim Blood Purlfler.Hood's of cheap. It is not. It turn i ,
suffered the
the acre. consequences impure the general election of 1 1>0, and one additional greeabie effect upon tin -wtoi din.
all liver Ilia. 23 cent*. blood, who have been the victims of (t<>o-l wine is really not uliilet.lIE6r
,
Pills euro Cut your posts seven feet long and set vote for the fraction in excess i\.mlw.|
scrofula sores, eruptions, dyspepsia, nervousness Hives you that iiulletl-i. !s. m S.
t inw them one foot in the ground,, in rows and sleeplessness. thereof when it amounts to fifty or more. satisfied feeling.
KIT"We make r Rperlnln
nine feet apart each way. Posts should They have tried other medicines and The counties under this rule will be Mountain Dew torn Vln.ki.it \ nhrwuna > V.

ORANGE GROVES IN SUMMER bo three to five inches through. On top have failed to obtain relief. They tried entitled to representation as follows: years old, fi 60 per gallon. *"*
Hood's and it did them good. 1'artles living in J rj Town, mil
of the posts lay 2x0 18-feet joists, running perservered barsaparilla in its use and it accomplished Alachua, 14; Baker, 2; Bradford, 0; veil to order from us, no , ?!'
They them 60 per cent, on all
An Auvocatk correspondent Hays: east and west, lapping at ends on permanent cures. Do you wonder Brevard, 5; Calhoun, 1; Citrus, 2; Clay, 4; 1'wyi, 8en,orilcru lt> > >>

Fur the nveiago orange grower, the best top of posts, spiking together, aud toe that they praise it and recommend itto Columbia, 6; Dade, 4; DeSoto, 6; Duval, not open new aco.uiiu unX

way is to keep the tree row clean all the nailing to top of post. On top of joists you. 22; Escambia, 11 ; Franklin, 2; Gadsden, suitable No Goods Jacksonville sent C. 0.1)reference to \>xTurn.Ik iV..T

summer by shallow cultivation, but lay lx3-inch slats, 18 feet long, running i 4; Hamilton, 4; Hernando, 2; Hillsborough Brewer Agent* and for Bottlers Indlanopoll, Iire-ninir ci'

when tlio rainy season sots in to allow north and south, ends lapping and nailed A BIG COUNTRY. 20; Lafayette, 3; Lake, 7; Lee, 2; Malt Tonic, S2.20 per case; Clayton & Russell Wild Cherry Brandy, $4 lncliannpi.li 50 pei ,lw,, Q'Heroules

the gram to grow In the middles (the to joists, every other space being left Leon, 14; Levy, 4; Liberty, 1 ; Manatee,

spaces between tlio tree rows), or some open. The sides aie put on tight, the Fart* About Great Itrltaln. 7; Madison, 7; Mai Ion, I); Monroe, 4;

crop can lie cultivated between the rows boaids running up and down. This completes Great Biltaln owns more land than any Nassau, 4; (Jrange, 10; Osceola, f>; Pasco, SAW AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLK YAItll,

and turned under In the fall, adding your pinery. Cost of ma eilal other country in tbe world. 4; Polk, 8; Putman, 8; St. Johns, 7; l'nlatka, Via. K. Buy St., Foot of tatherlnt,

humus ami improving the mechanical and labor are governed by local prices. From Its forty colonies and Great Santa Rosa, 5; Sumpter, 4; Suwannee, 8;

condition of the solljibut ff cowpcos are Lay your ground off and set plants to Diitain and Irelapd it could put moie Taylor, 2; Volusla\8\ ; Waukulla, 5; Walton. WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY

planted In the middles', on no account line In rows both ways 18x24 inches, men In the field than any other countiy. 4; Washington, 3. ,

should tlicy be allowed to encroach on leaving every eighth long row vacant for The British have about 700 war ships, The counties will select their delegates Manufacturers of

the tieus to Interfere with their growth, walk; also leave space for walk around and are building more. The guns of in any manner which may be deemed

for theie Is no policy in building up the your pinery outside of plants and jiextto these ships could fire 7,030 shots atonce. best by the people acting through the Lumber Shingles and Lath.A
Cypress
oil at tlio tiee's expense, board fence. A cross walk occasionally The Biltlsh Empire, if cut Into a strip party oiganization, as tecognlzed by the .

The giowth of the middles will pro- is a good idea, and will save you a a mile wide, would reach around the last State convention.AH .

vent the heavy rains from leaching and good many extra steps. With a hoe world 450 times. Democrats are Invited to participate large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles,

washing away the mineral elements of handle or anything of the kind, make a More than half the exports from the in tbe selection of delegates thereto, lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. C'ypreamouldings

fertility, but the tree rows should bo hole in the ground at the right point, United States are sent to England, and Including those who have become qualified of all patterns a specialty.
kept clean In older that the ticos When at home, wiite us for prices; when up our way, come and see us.
may one and a half or two inches deep, after for all this food $425,000,000 is paid eveiy to vote since the last election.

obtain is much im possible of the plant which set' your tiimmed sucker in It, year to our farmeis and others. She The chairman and secretary of each

food and water stored within their reach..Weeds pressing the dirt with your two hands ceitainly is a good customer.Threefourths county convention held for the purpose

and grass should not be allowed around the plant tightly, after which of all the letters which of electing delegates to the State convention
FUEL & SUPPLY
near them at nuy time, \o rob them of press the diit hard on Its four sides with are posted In the woild are written in are requested to send non. W.A. THE SOUTHERN Company.

the elements essential to their growth. your feet, being careful not to injuie the English and are sent to persons who Rawls, chairman, Tallahassee, Fla., a

Some think that during the wet Hummer plant. speak English. Is It any wonder our written or printed copy of the proceedings

season moie or less grass around the After set and for of such conventions Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
your plants aie you are people aie clamoring an AngloAmerican county together ,
trees will mnko no difference, but this Isa ready to fertilize, I should give them a alliance? with a list of the names of the County

delusion. Ceitainly trees will glow, solution of cotton-seed meal and tobacco Executive Committee appointed, designating Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick.

look healthy, and apparently be getting dust, equal parts. Doth are good feilllIzeis A Clever Trick.It thereon the chairman and secretary Paying

onlistrate, with grass around them, tobacco keeping away insects, liefoie certainly looks like it, but there is of such committee.W. .

m especially during a very wet season; but putting liquid on, ilist run around really no trick about it. Anybody can A. RAWL9, Chairman, 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telephone 2 .
It n ho has lame back and weak kidneys
try
even at tliat time they would bo doing
plant with the toe of your boot, making malaria or nervous troubles. We J. C. Coopek, Secretary.
far better without and then there J. K. MUNNEKLYN, General Manager.
grass, a soit of saucer, to hold the liquid. Fill mean he can cmo himself nitht away by

comes a dry spell and the grass dries the cavity full and let It soak to the taking Electiio Bitters. This medicine There is moie Catarrh in this section
tlioni out, etc. Thus their now growth tones up the whole system, acts as a
roots after which and before of the than all other diseases
bujns "
sun and is blood country BT&"" I Intlte J'oiir Attention to my Complete Stock of
liver kidneys a
stimulant to ,
is shorter than it would have been under
your cotton-seed menl, run through with and tonic. It cures constipation put together, and until the last few years
more favorable couditions, and their subsequent scuffle hoeorrake filling the thus puiifler headache nerve fainting spells was supposed to be incurable. For agieat AND
cavity, doctors pronounced ita -* HARDWARE CROCKERY 4-
growth is delayed. Moicover, covering the fertilizer. We now consider sleeplessness and melancholy. It is pinely local many disease years, and prescribed local remedies
if free from grass and well cultivated, vegetable, a mild laxative, and lestores
under
plants and to
your good headway, but by constantly failing cure
the to its natural vigor. TiyKlectrlo Glassware and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods Stoves Tinware Graniteware
being kept in a healthy growing condition work is done. system with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Lamps -
your not They need much
Hitters and be convinced that Scienoe has catarrh tobe doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, ice cream
will
with strong vitality, they uttontion. Don't spare fertilizer or the they aie a miracle worker. Every bottle a constitutional disease proven, and, therefore freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame keroslne oil stoves, Harden tools,

mature a lie.vvy wood growth, and are scuttle hoe. Stable litter, cow penning, guaranteed. Only 50c a bottle at F. b.Chaffee's lequires constitutional treatment.Hall's plows and harrows, paints and oils, Frulf jars and Jelly glasses, poultiy notttog
less susceptible to damage by frost or drug store. and barbed wire
decayed vegetable matter of any kind, Catarrah Cure, manufactured byF. ,

the ravages of insects.Koep muck, mulch, are all good. Hut a month J. Chenny & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the Harrison Bros' Ready IMixed. Taints..Plenne .
say from four to six or seven feet Kant Florida S tfuilni ary. only constitutional cure on the market.It .
or so before fruiting time I would
use is tnken internally in doses from 10 Write me for IPricen. i respectfully solicit artloniof -*
on each slilo of the trees perfectly clean blood and bono potash freely.Oood drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly your patniiiiiKe. Mail Orders given 1'roinpt anil Careful Attention, anil inijuirlei lur
all the the harrow Wo have received a of the official prices answered promptly,
summer by running copy
II average scions should grow to on the blood and mucous surfaces of the
and cultivator. Run the Acme In and produce an apple in twelve to fifteen register of East Florida Seminary for system. They offer one hundred dollars 3VcT. 33. Ca-JFCU.H 1-1JLL,

out around the tiees In figuio 8 fashion, months, with proper care. Each plant session 1807-08 with announcements for for any case if. fails to core. Send for West Palm Beach, Fla.Magnoli .
and then straight and down the rows sossion lfcOS-iii). Among other improvements circulars and testimonials. Address.V. .
up will
i produce an applo. The Golden J. Chkney A Co., Toledo, O.33T"Sold .
or straight along the rows only, as necessity Queen variety will yield you slips and we note that the preparatory de- by Druggists, 75 cents.

will Indicate. Kept up in this suckers pat t men t has been discontinued, that
averaging six or seven to the
manner they will need but little hoeing, plant. The Smooth Cayenne about the additions have been made to the educational Primary 1'reclnct No. 4.A Grocery....

will be well cultivated, and will get their same. The Abbaka, being moro prolifie, appliances, and that the number

sharo of the raiu and fortilUer, the latter of instructors has been increased. The The Democratic Piiniary for Precinct Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in

of com sc, n sine qua nou, on poor positions of honor and usefulness filled No. 4, to elect delegates to the County

pine soil, as the novice/of orange culture Beauty and Power.** with Seminary students all over the Convention at Fort Pleice on September STAPLE AND FiJHCY GROCERIES. .
The secret of a woman's state attest thoroughness of the work 21st, will be held in the Town Hall, Cocoa ..
he desires will
if to oxpeiiment, power ia in her complete done in the academic department, and on Saturday, July 110th, at :l p. m.By "
Butterlne 14cts. pound.
not take long in finding out. woman)ineas,both phya- the rosters of officers in the First Florida order Precinct Committee, per
and mental. This Kegiment U. S. Volunteers, and in the O. S. IlAllDEE, Wiite or call for our Cash Price List, which will please >ou.

does not mean perfection state troops are convincing proof of the M. M. McLsou, 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Stieets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
f> PINEAPPLE SIRUPA of outline efficiency of the military instruction. No J. P. Cooper.

of nor features.regularity It other school in Florida has an officer of Telephone No. 253.Tlie .

delicious pineapple sirup is mado of does not raear) the U. S. Anny detailed as comm.ind.int number of men withdrawn from

two sugarloaf pineapples, pooled and wit. nor talents industry to take part in (he civil war on The
nor accomplUhmenU. Apple .
lltunplliiB
chopped flno and mixed with twothirdsof It STIJONO XATION is made up ofstiong the Union side was 2,772,4(18( while the Apple dumpling Jliicklcn's Arnica Suite.
r and day was red letter
means thatphysical men and healthy women, a
their weight In sugar. Let them at health and stiength are given by Hood'sSarsaparilla Confederates enlisted over dOO.OOO.ALKX nne iu my boy's calendar. When I had The best Salve in the world for cnt ,

stand over night, and in the morning attractiveness America's Greatest Medicine. such a dainty bit iu my bug, it seldom bruises, soies, ulcers, salt ilietim, fever

cook a little and strain oit the Juice. Use comes Get only Hood's.Flood's staid there many minutes. Although X sores, tetter, chapped hands, clillWami,
from perfect NEAR. ERNEST TAYLOE. had dispatched and a" skin and p cor,18 eruptions
the pulp of the pineapple strained out .> bodily condition hearty breakfast belora > .
and Pills are the only pills to take starting, out would domDliio.tlvely cures Piles, or no pay re the the
come
for marmaUde. Cook this In the
juice bright, happy cheerfulness of disposition with Hood's Sarsapaiilla. asy and yet NEAR & TAYLOR "Jnst to have as SP ?f: If '8 guaranteed to give perfect satisfwIt
ante way the strawberry Is cooked and which only complete health can insure. efficient. is as bi mother JL. ? U <" 5r money refunded. Trice Me. per
bottle it in like manner.To A woman with a bright eye, clear com- (Successors to John McAllister.) as S\55Syfi, bOX' For by F.S. Chaffee Co.
lesion, mantling: color in the cheeks and .l ?;
make marmalade of the pulp, boil tioyant elastic step and manner ha* a The destruction of stores and clothing Artesian Weii Contractors would turn it about and admire ltd she.

It down, and add about one quarter of natural attractiveness that no artifMalaency by both armies during the civil war is From handling tbe duinty to tasting Deantr la Blood Vtep.
can counterfeit.A Jt
its weight ia sugar. When a little of the woman who ia afflicted with the morti estimated at 1100,000,000. EAU GALLIE, FLA. was a sure process. "I'll have one li Clean blood means a clean skinNo

mixture is cooled on a spoon, and It fying; misfortune of a dull, sallow, pimply tie bite, only a nibble, I would say. beauty without it. Cascarets.tandyU-nar-clean, W
complexion or that listless movement and When 1 had tic clean your blood and keep it
curls before the finger thrust through it got my tooth Into tba ?
attitude which provokes only distrust and stirring up the laay liver and dri\ii>t
the marmalade Is done. revulsion in tbe opposite sex, ought to avail EASY RIDING. dumpling in Adam with his apple yasn'i purities from the body. lJe8n t0 dLu.
herself of the puriivina-, invigorating;power it. It was a case of once bitten sow banish pimples, bods, blotches, b'ntlVhand *?-
of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical gone. Then I that sieklv bilious complexion by kCascarets >
Discovery, All tbe time and speed when you would hurry on to taaki
WILSON CYPRESS CO.'S NEW which makes a atrong;, healthy stomach want it Is a great featuie of up for my dawdling with beuuty for ten cents, "iji1*
h and digestive ors-anism ; purifies the blood bank of only tbtj gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10ejc.w-
SAW MILLS.Wlls and imparts a natural stimulus to the excretory barley bread in my wallet, th-J
functions ; insures healthy weight joys of the dompling
behindt toe, ami civil
clear akin, bright eyes and the animated before ine tbe day's drudgery During the last few months of the
A lady living; in West Virginia. Miss Anna Here are some Keating points for your consideration: in.--j Life of] war expenses
is a busy place. The old building is Callow, of Kygcr, Roane Co writes i *'ft ia Joseph Arch. $3,000,000 a day.
with pleasure I write you alter using a tew
The Frame makes it
being rapidly torn away to make room bottles of Dr. Pierce's 'Favorite Prescription' The cost of our navy during the civi
for a larger and more modern structure, and 'Golden Medical IHm-overy." and I think STRONG. Chilly."Poor lst ,
$42,000,000
them valuable medicines lor mnale troubles war was: For 18 2,
which, when completed and in running and weaknesses. I could bnrdly go about ray The Construction makes ItDURABLE papaf" said Ethel -T-JT ha" $34,000,000: IS6.VTo
work I had such inward weakness and constant dreadful cold." UI3,000,000( ; 18(14( ,
order, will Increase the output of this misery In the womb. It worried me so that I '
would give out in walking a short distance I 't* can8b'5twljle sittj [lW.WX flOa
establishment
fifty cent. An hi !,
per army had a nod cough and my lungs hurt tne all the The Bearings give it
of mechanics and laborers are employed time. 1 got very thin, my complexion was bad, SPEED. how frigid the *""'"''
antl my eyes would get so heavy in the eveniug- old gentleman could bJ C-ar. Voutlmtlun aI
and the meiry ring of the hammer and they seemed stilT in the lids. I cotdd hardly The Double Roller Chain *hen he tried London TiBUs.. I TaUeCascoiets CuuJv CatliariKI u"* .
buzz of the saw are blended in one grand move them. Many persona were alarmed about I If C. C. C. full to cure,uruwisva rifu
me. 1 looked so bad and had such
a cough ; they MAKES IT FLT.Up .
song of industry, punctuated with the were afraid I would go into consumption. I ct j
Tr
felt so badly every day that I bad no life about hill, down, hill, on the tour, road or track y wa j'o Cure > l>aJ'
spirited throb of the pile-driver. Both me. I nsed only five bottles in all I shall ever According to Homer's owaflgnreiiflHelen
band apeak in praiae of your grand medicines. They It has No Equal. dn.wlit.rf.
and circular saws will be operated are blessings to siuTertag females." e 1 That Is the way all "i0siC
La. future, and the number of employes Another good thing to have In the house Send for Catalogue.KEATING. must have been at least 60 ,.) GROVE'S TASTEL CHItL

Increased proportionately. Palatka Advertiser. is a vial of Dr Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. WHEEL COMPANY :' hn'h; flt yea for Malaria, Chills ,"**"
Tbey cure biliousness and conatip tioa e h h Iron and Quinine In taste ferform.
and simply
never a-ripc.
Middletown, Conn. Children love M. Ad" < j*.
tonics, i n-
It to bitter, nauseating









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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 29. 1S98



professional Cards.Lmoc PETITION FOR LICENSE.To n Williams, J W Jamison
HODGES & GODFREY
W H Hicks,
Sam Mitchel, J W Jamison HOMESEEKERS ,
K ", Walt S. Graham.TSbbixs tlie Honorable Board of County
M J Bu.ksII
Commissioners Manufacturers of
a graham, Florida : of Brevard County. J M Smith, D S Bryan


ATTOItNEYS-AT-LAW, Gentlemen: I, the undersigned, W. J. A nabnlcht, N Robert E Shore J Mathers, Who are Socking a Home in the Yellow Pine Lumber

10 to 12 Tucker, wishing to sell liquors, wines J F Wooten.W ,
From a. m.
tcBHouBs: and beer in Election B Cross F W Church
and 2 to 4 p. m.TrrCBViLLK District No. 8 of HOCOll 1>KRSSKI>,
Brevard County, State of Florida, here A J MoDonnld, South should send to the undersigned
Brevard Co., Florida. by apply to your Honorable Body to F W Chuicb, W M McCuhlinsA Orange Hoc 1I 0 ,

0.Bo*, JOS.iflll grant me the right to sell such liquors, J McDonald, Fruit A V n ti bl > Crates.
practice In all the oourts state and fed wines and beer in said Election District, Alexander Bell, J S Boll for a copy of the Lumber delivered at any part of Indian River

jf'i-lal' faollitlea lor examining and perfect- and we pray your Honorable Body to A J McDonald. on through 1)111 <>r lading. Anyone rontemplaCliiE -
grant me a permit to make State of Florida | liutlmnfr on tho Kast Coact, would do well to
such )
titles.pNOR sales.Respectfullv ,
B land write for t>rl<' *. Tlie Hnwiiilll In situated on the
County of Bievard. J J., T. & K. W Ity., tf mile*smith of I'alatlta.SrttNiiliin .

S. JOKES, Dated July 0, 1S0S.We .w- JTUCKER.. Henry Personally, a notary appeared publio before in and mo for, John Brevard Florida East Coast Homeseeker.We Illghts, Putnam co.Fla.

county, Florida, W. J. Tucker, applicant
ATTORNETATLAW.TUSVILLE the undersigned, being a majoiity to sell liquors, wines and beers Choice . .
of the registeied voteis of Election Dis In District Number V In said
County have lands for Fruit Tobacco and foi
Growing Trucking Growing
BREVARD CO. FLA. ,
[ trict No. 0, of Brevard county, Floilda, and State, who being duly sworn says WinesLiquors
Winter and Summer Homos. Climate the healthiest in Urn United States.
do most respectfully in his oath that each and
concur tho above upou every name . and Cigars.
County Judge of Brevard County.L. application, and ask that a peimit begianted or maik atllxed to his application to sell Apply to

as prayed for, and that we have Illinois, wines and beers in District Guaranteed Pure.

signed this petition alter June 8, 1MW, Number Brevard county, Florida, was JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner, Sold at reduced
GAULDEX, in accordance with the act and deod of tho ,
Chapter 4.V>0 (No. 311)) person purporting pi Ice*
of tho Laws of Florida. to sign the same; that theie was no FLORIDA EAST COAST IVY,
ATTORNET-AT-LAW, Petiiioner fraud, bribery or deception, in procuring Imported
: WlTN-ES>*F8: Tukay Wine,
such signatures or maiks, and that such ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
In all the Courts of the State ,
aWIll practice John P Cook W M from Italy.
McCuhlinsR
I FlorhU, and tbe United States Courts.fr. signatures or marks were obtained after
W Lennaid, revision of the registration lists in
.0. Box,2M. TITUSVIXXE, FLA. Fred Haitstone, V L Smith June, 1808. John B. Togni ,
Money to Loan. IS A J McDonald, W. J. TUCKER.
William Anderson, Fred Church >rotropolltan Saloon, 121 East Hay St..
Sworn to and subscribed before me

A. GOLDSMITH, ( William Johnson, A W J.11 McDonald McCuhlinsFied this lth) day of July, A. D. 181M. JACKSONVILLE, FLOUIDA.Wholesnlw .
JOHN HENRY "
l ICfIhII
his mark an<
) x
W W Layport, J B Merriwether Church, [Seal.] Notary Public.

ATTORXEV-AT-LAW, Fred Church, MANIER & LANE MUSIC CO. The Largest and Most Complete

John O May, Fred Church FLORIDA ALLIGATORS AND Establishment South.GEO. .
itusvllle Florida.J. .
W W Lavport,
V L Smith, A J McDonald TURTLES. S. HACKER

F RoyUnce, .
WEBB, J S Bell, R A Sweat ingenG The United States Fish Commission

S Tucker, has investigated the Florida alligator
attorxey-at-Law D S Cailton, R A SwearingenG ConoYer Fischer Franklin
and reported that unless steps me taken Kingsbury
S Tucker
,
J Will practice in the Coiuts of the 7th Spencec Bon man, K A Sweat ingenJ to protect this wator animal from hunters -

Jtircuit. Taxes paid for non-residents S Be'l' it will soon be as completely exterminated

Mud rents and accounts collected. J B Meriiwether, It A Sweat ingenJ as is the American buffalo, says PIANOS

{itusvllle, Florida. S Bell, the Philadelphia Press. Tho alligator Is
J A Richards, J B Men in ether
R A Sweatingen, hunted for its skin and for spoit, and its

0. FRIES, C. E. C Nelson, J S Bell combined enemies have greatly reduced CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS

F Uoylance, the number of animals seen annually in
J A Russell V L Smith
COUNTY SURVEYOR. the watet sand marshes of Florida. ItIs
F B Wiight, Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms.
Land legally surveyed and sub-divided, J B Dickey, Ed F D.iviesC estimated that not many years will

S Emery, pass before the Florida alligator will disappear
lipping neatly done. Estimates for Douglas Spiers, W B Spiers entirely, unless the Federal government Write for CataloguesMANIEIi/ MANUFACTUHKKS OF

11 kinds of engineering works. Disuted James Arnold, or the state interferes.Hilkboro Blinds
W B Spiers, Douglas Spiers & LANK MUSIC COMPANY, Doors, Sash ,
lines a specialty.iti'sville James Arnold DcSoto and Lee counties

Brevard Co., Florida.TEPnEN W V Faver, W B SpiersT aie tho paits of the state where most alligators 24 East Hay Streot, Jacksonville, Fla. Moulding & Building IMerial.Ofllce .

C Bass, are taken by hunters. There

T C Bass, WBSpieisW the industry Is Bitid to bo much less extensive A Waieiooihs. King, trpposlte -I Isf Iu
E. FOSTER, V Faver, Cannon Streot. ,,
< Thos Carter, W V Faver than herefofoie, owing to excessive

) liis x m\ik: Daniel L Futch, hunting and wanton killing by those Charleston, S. C.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Daniel L Ftitc'i' T C Mass who make no use of the animals or their

Rooms 4_>0 & 423, Gardner Building, W V Faver, skins. In these three counties alone 214 Sash Weights Cord and
J A Wiight, Daniel L FutchW GOING IVOTS/X'XI \ ,
Acksosvillk, Florida.I'm. V Faver, persons wcie engaged last year in hunting

J McCollum, J A WiightW alligatois, their Investment in boats Hardware.
TRAYEL YIA THE "TIFTON ROUTE.
Scott. Gokdox R. Broome.COTT V FaverC and business amounting to $8,001). During Window and Fancy Glass
T G Lashley, B Lashley

& BROOME, Chatles Gibbon, R W A V SweattngenF Favet, and the piobably year 501)10,700 alligatois skins were were taken klllodbit Georgia Southern and Florida Railway.Suwanee A SPECIAI.TVyjQb

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Roylance, never lecoveicd.

(over Bank) Jens Helseth, R A Sweai ingen The commission has investigated also River Route. YEARS'
( liailcs Gibbon
the culture of turtles in Floiid.i and EXPERIENCE
[iaml, Floiida.'EORGE Ucniy Bowman, It L I.owdr ,
< S Tucker, finds that there Is danger that these animals The Gooigla Southern A Florida lUilway comprises part of the Tlfton Route,

Reuben Cailton, J E Day too, will bo annihilated unloss the nnd Is the most diiect route to all points Nottli, lOast ami West, and opi'iutos the

W. ALLEN, (} S Tucker, ptactlce of stealing their eggs Is stopped. finest Pullman HufTot sleepois; double) daily, Jacksonville to Nashvillo >vl.i Macon,
Sweet A J McDonald
George F Roj lance, These great tin ties breed off the shores Atlanta, and Chattanooga; travel sing tho famous fruit belt of Georgia, and tho

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Cli.ules J O'BiIen, W R Copeland of tho stale from April until July, during Historical llattle Fields of Noith Georgia nud Tennessee. Tradc Mark*
F which time the female seeks tho
ey West Florida. RoylanceF For further information, maps, schedules, sleeping car reservations, etc, DiaiON*
,
A A Hendry, RoylanceJ sandy shores of the keys or the mainland CopvmaMTS Ac.Anrnnnsnniilnil .
D JunoisAVm write or call on sakntrh and (lonorlnt l m
Will niag.liilokly
practice in the United States
in
jemoto places. She arrives at
id State Courts. !) James G Seward, Colllar HUGH II. mCHAHDSON, Gen. Agt., aaoarialn nnihahlr our juttmitahl oplnmn fraa*. rominiinlpa.
9jun)5K. la
Thomas Calway, night, and, with her Dippers, digs a holoonoor 7 Hogan St., Jacksonville j"il; "atrl A B Lowry, J IS MenwetherJ two feet doep in tho sand, above Win. CIIECKLKV SHAW, O. A, MacDoNALD, frna.
D JunorsM high-water mark, in which she lays tho Vice-Prosident, Macon, G.i. Gen'l Passonger Agt. nwJIea, without ohnrrni. In tlio
\ F. H. HOUGHTON, A J Muller
II Crews
Scientific flitiericamA
G S Tucker, eggs, numbering from 100 to 200. The

J W Jamison, M J Muller turtle then scoops the sand back over hannanmiilr llliixtralml wmiklr. I nririwt nlr.MUNN .

DENTIST. G S Tucker, the eggs, smooths the surface and rapidly there a subterranean pool, which, with Parlor.In

C C Miller, B W Miller retreats to tiie water, leaving tho eggs the Ihmld or seml-llquld column pressing Shaving & 39Bro"'New Tork

.aytcma, FloridjTl G S Tucker, to hatch without further attention. Tlio upon it, constitutes a soit of huge natural Branch 5ino.rfflti Ht.,Waahlnittun, U. C.
B W Miller, C C Miller hydrostatic bellows. Sometimes the
G S Tucker, batching occurs within a few weeks, and
the crust isso
ALril E. SMITH M. D. ( G W Smith, 55 CavenderG then the young onos make their way to pressure on superincumbent
| his x maikW S Tucker, the water. Tho turtle returns two or great as to cause an upheaval or disturbance
A J McDonald of the valley. It Is obvious
A Martin, ,
to the tho
throe times
same spot during
PHYSICIAN
AND SURGEON.Teclalist F Roylance, then, that when a hole is bored down
Olmstead A J McDonald year, each time depositing the sanio
C F ,
in Genital Rectal
Urinary an through the upper Impermeable layer to
V Roylance, number of eggs, so that tho total number
the surface of the lake tlio water will bo
Diseases. O'BiienJ
Albert Christopher Christopher laid by the average female turtle Inn

Located at Flacide Hotel, his x mark S Bryan, year is from 300 to (iOO. These tin ties forced up by the natuial law of wator
J B Lock, O S Tucker seeking its level to a liolght above tlio
i ksonville, Florida. J S Bryan, attain an enormous size, some weighing
\ Clias M Nelson, J S Bell 1,000 pounds. This great turtle Is said surface of the valley, greator or loss,

WT Hayes, to be the most valuable in the state llaheries. according to the elevation of the level In
Nnenpple l Lemon J S Bell column thus forming a nnt-
Orange nn< WT Hajes, The commission recommends that the feeding ,

Land For Sale, Cheap.I J Chos S DryanA M Nelson, for a term of years, at least, the animal ural fountain on precisely tho same
A G Green, principle as that of most artificial fountains WEAK MEN MA2 V1CCHMJ3, ,
J McDonald, should be iinmolostod during the period

have for sale 80 acres of pineapple J S Keen, J S Bryan when it seeks the shores to lay its eggs, where the water supply comes p ff i s
W B Cross, from a considerable height abovo the Jet,
mri" on St. Lucie river, a few miles bew S Castle, J S Bell and that the practice of gathering the St. Louis Republic.

> Eden, 40 of which being northeast F Haitstone, eggs should be stopped entiiely. H. S. MEADOR.WasliliiKton .

uaitor of northeast quarter of section J M Fisher, F HartstoneG Avenue,
times of war the armies of European
S Tucker,
H''if township 38, south, of range 41 east; M B Daniels, W M McCuhlinsM Millions filten Away.It nations can be ralsod to 0iliO,000: men, T1TUSVILLK, FLOUIDA. What PEFFER'S NERVIGOR CILIt
other 40 is the northeast quarter is certainly to tlio
' J Muller, gratifying public and the will be neatly ! f daily expense
southeast quarter of section 3, J S Bryan to know of one concern in the land who otlmra mil. Voonit men maaln |o wanhofxli o 4m
hwnshlp 38 south of 41 east. Jas J Keen, to nothing of the destruction nrenoT r youthful l or. A UmaUttrly '*"''"
range V Roylance, nro not afiaid to be generous to the 000,000, say iioUsil KCnra Mervnnaneae, &. It !1ty,
The above land can be bought for $10si Albert A Ford, F HartstOBeJ needv and suffering. The proprietors ofDr. of life and property.It linnotearr, Nlastly t'Mlllnar rtMlasloaa.MxRiiirr.Wa f.oat ll!*<# t.tuaaa .r,
vltlier a
acre. It is suitable for pineapple, D Junors, King's New Discovery for consumption anti'tiU tjiiti i>f etf alrui* ir mterM atmiucrrtmn. I
>range, lemon or lime growing. Chailes .1 O'BiienA coughs and colds, have given away Wiirili Olf liiaanllf ennauinptlu
I" E liobinson the Christian worihlonaaiiliatltuta imi
that since Itnpoae a
Will be sold in lots of 40 acres, for million trial bottles of this is estimated > in t iHtflrnanlat. ,
J McDonald, over ten great vim hnnaiiN* i yltiliU a irr at r r r Uuliiii luaintunlia *
W' This land will soon be worth *50I J S medicine; and have the satisfaction of era began, over 4,000,000,000 human beings r sri it'ii NBHVIUAH, or ai-nil' (nrpor.
Bryan I'mpalJ
J C Staples, Can be carried la poraeu plnln wrap.
I a icre.A A J McDonald, knowing it lias absolutely cured thousands have perished In war.Oriuigo a per l>o ,mr for with, I'o.uij*
ply to C. n. Walton, Advocate of hopeless Asthma bronchitis IvrlllM llaarulna Mtlora orMerund
cases. ,
II B Butke, J S Br>an Mnni-r. Pamphlut free Bolil i>t ilruicalala. Aildri1KrrCU -
f or to Robbins fc Graham, Titus- .1 M Fisher, hoarseness and all diseases of the HKIHVA.L.sktli'lt, Ikliaia, ill.
i tf throat chest and lungs are suiely cured Grove and Residence
J S Bryan, II It Burke COTTONT Sold by J. B. Screven, only,
J M Fisher, by it. Call on F. S. Chaffee, druggist, for Sale.A .
and a trial lnittle free. Regjilar size icc
J S BryauJ get
J II Hill .
What do you need in the way ofen D Junors, B0c and 91. Every bottle guaranteed, or flnj grove and garden property of SOFT SEINE I

elopes, note and letter heads, bill M J Raulerson, II R DanielsG price refunded. 12 acres', fronting on the Indian Kivcr a perfect rr' rrE0" twine,
'*ad statements, tags, cards, etc ? S Tucker, and extending back to the county road MACRAMC.E. Royal-tansy pills

shall be glad to have a share of your G Bevill, J S Bryan ARTESIAN WELLS. at Sharpes about 15 miles south ofTltusvllle CABLE C0RD8 ano xenrniMiivr.uv. >r.vritrii.a.A .
Wl rk. We have a first-class 1ob departtaent F Hartstone, known as tho IJrock place; EMORY JOHNSON, ow.. 0.*.. m... uaw,rallftllla aiul aafa rwUnt lor,it|*
nnMiiail, *kii Ivw, auaiisir or pulnfuliiMiiolurat
connected with the Advocate, Head F RoylanceG 600 bearing trees; good house, four CONN. Ion.Ninr u l fcjr o r ft V.aealailloa.
n> all we ask is a share of your work.la R S Tucker, The theoretical explanation of the phenomenon rooms and kitchen ; servants' house and MOODUS, .r ln Uor t a Imltallmi"!> oncrnui.. Same. II*.

( John Pinkney, J S Bryan is easily understood. The secondary packing houte. Price, 1,500.00. p wan i r. en eaaaaruua pvr Imis, aiuaU bus,1. Sanaalad
1't o
\ his x mark W T Hayes, and tertiary geological formations Apply to In for plain particular wrapper* a lil hr I'Nwl l'Jlitanil
(i S Tucker of ItooniKS & OlUHAM, Notice for Inl>lU>utloii. aruaat'Haora.lnnr Pr w KM Ut'cACAaauoi .1
the immense
C B Smith, often present appearance riuN, tai. a 1".
W T Attys. for owners,
Hayes,
basins, the boundary or rim of th Smith Sold by
C B
la Tucker Gainesville I
FU.t
buying seeds"economy G S formed of Land Ofllce at ,
been by upheaval
an
*xtraTaeaaee"t>ecaueetneeoatof W T Hayes, having June l'J, 1H08. t trnvTOTirm

cultl ration largely waated exceeda on Inferior tbe orlainal eeedeelwaye ( D Kemp, J S Bryan adjacent strata. In these formations it Malarlnn U daol glvan that the following Tubacro 8plt anal Smoke tour III* A war.To .
com of tbe heat and dearrat seed! tohe ) bis x mark W T Hayes often happens that a porous stratum, the liver f\ nainml antilar fiaa fllml notlca of hla Intantlon
Cures Chills and Fever; acts on tola tobacco eaatly and forever, be magnetic
had. Thr brat la alwaya tbecheapcet. G S Tucker to make Itnnl proof In support of quit
ly a trlna more for W J Tucker, W T Hayes, consisting of sand, sandstone, chalk or and rognlates the system generally. claim,anil that aalil proof will ha inada bafora full of life, nerva ana vl or, take NoToOao -
ard other calcareous matter, is included between All Druggists. Clerk Inultfoiirtat 'ntua llle, l"l on JnlySO ,the wnnder-worker, tlmt inaUoa weali man
FERRY'SSEEDS Charles Mitchell, James G Sew I**, I*1 K.li lr Charlie Williams, two impermeable layers of clay soas .. IIoiuaataa.1 HHOO, for tha eo t-lialf ofouthaaat DooUlet and aiiinple frsa. Address

J R Carter, J L Casper to form a Hat porous U tube, continuous [Remember, th-i Abvocatb, Titus aoiitb ranira quarter stv aaat.of aeetlon W, townauip 31, Sterling Keniody Co., Cbluavo or New York.jrw .

J H Wynn, from side to side of the valley, ville, does all klu.lsof Job printing. Give lie namoa tba following wltoeaaea t prors blarontlnuoua
J M Law an.l jrolt,,' '"" "f
share of work.] realdanca upon ;
M
D Bryant, as a your
nd a'taap*get yoor money's worth. O F LaneyA the outcrop on the surrounding lillU al Hiw-lt Kerala, of Tltiwrllle, na.tHam ofTltujiTtlle All coroniunicationrj for tlil paper

.\lire Always aenie tba par beet paper owed Annual everywhere.free. II B Smith, T Sanders forming the mouth of the tube. The Kutoh.of, ha.TltiiaTlll; C.l>. Klood.of*. FU.| Maek Tltnavllle Tnrker., 11a.W. should be a.ldreased" "Tbk Advocate
k0.M.FERRTAC0..Detrail.Mlcli II K Smith, rain filtering down through ,the porous Kdaeata Toar Row.l. With Casearata.Cand O. ROBINSOJf, Tltuevlllo, Fla. This will Insure Immediate
Cathartic, ears eonntlpatlon forevar.10eS3a attention.
John N Waller *
W W Beecher, J S Keen, layer to tbe bottom of the basin forms ItcaO,fall,druggists refund monat. Register. 1











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-+ IHDIAH R1YER ADVOCATE. 4AWEBKLY claimed, is due the health of mid Roseland. of the'young people staying at the hotel. SAVE MONEY And Boy From *ttHtVs

dle-class English women so superior The young ladles residing at Foulke
to that of our own. Haven gave a marsh-mallow toast, Man-
JOURNAL DKVOTED TO TUB DBVKLOfME.tr D. Cain, who has been quite ill for day evening on the beach, the same tiiseiess iB- OURS
OK THB INDIAN lilVKR, UKI some time is now around again, being well attended by the young people ,

WORTH AMD UIKOAVNB BAY SBCTIOMS. Although the bombardment ofSantiago's Mrs. O. J. Hardee, who has been visiting from the hotel and cottages.

fortifications was long her parents, Mr. an.d Mrs. D. Cain, The dance at Hotel Coquina, on Saturday Feed Garden Seeds Flour
.UIILISHRD KVKHY riUDAV.Cbaiilkh and severe, it seems now that very has retained to Cocoanut Glove.Mrs. evening last was a gieat success. Gram, Hay, Grits

little damage was done to them. L. C. Mooio left on Monday's Among others registered were Miss ,
II. Waltok, Editor & Proprietor.DiHcontliiuunre The forts had but u few guns of train for points noitb, intending to Fanny Hammond, Miss Maysie Davidson Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.
J. II. Johnston Capt. and Mis.
make and the others being spend tile balance of the summer thete.L. ,
modern Bingham, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. McMillan,
of aclvts. must lie msele personally out of date, were practically C. Mooie has built a largo brick Mis. Bishop, the Misses Walker. After Mineral Ash, all kinds of Irisects; Harmless to
t tills ofllra or by writing useless. water tank on Erclldonne plantation the dance refreshments wero served to Agent for Gray kjlls man urbeast.
capable of supplyingall the water needed about fifty Daytona.It's. Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Wiite for quotations.
Check,etc.,may be made payable to ChaklksH. for domestic use in case of another dry
Walton,publisher and proprietor The appointment of an American spell. Office: 124 W. Bay sheet. JACKSONVILLE, FI \

general to be military governor of .

Atldremi all oommunlcatlonn to Santiago, is hardly what the Cubans Eau Gallie.Mr. Try a Sample of

INDIAN RIVER AIWOCATK, wanted or expected, but their It's getting along toward what might P. E, McMURRAYBAKER.

TITUSVILLE, FWIBIBA.IX. idea of the treatment of prisoners and Mrs. J. L. Harrison entertained bo called "dull/' / OUR $25.00 ONE

of war and the disposition of property last Fliday evening, Work has commenced on the new colored

could not be tolerated for a F. A. Losley sent a fine dog to afiiend school house. HORSE FARM
K. J>epiirtniciit of Agriculture moment by a civilized nation of here, but the dog is dead.Rev. New brick pillars are being placed under .

"Weather lliireau Jupiter, Fla. the pretentions of the United Mr. Outland preached to the the Nlver building. WAGON.H .

States. Whether such a people Methodist tongiegation last 'Sundayevening. Major Woodwaid, of the Fifth Ohio, Axles, If Tiies, Patent wheels, double box, shafts and Spiing Seal

The following is a compaiatlve statement will ever be capable of selfgovernment has been visiting II. II. Thorpe. Bicycles, Sundiies, etc.

of teinpeiatuie and rainfall foi tlie is a question which will have G. W. MacKenzie left here last Saturday The enlargement of the public school Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA,
week ending Tuesday, July -JO, 1SIW.DATK to be settled at'the conclusion of for Miami, where he will open acuiio building is progieasing finely.Pi .
181)8MAX. -1807MIK. bazaar.
-
and Mrs. Parkinson are off
the war. ofessor
20 s T> MAX.8(1( MIX.78 Ice cream at the Avilah tomoirowS.Uuiday to The Highlands, N. C, for a change ofozone. The NewSelden
( Piofessor McAllister
) evening. .
21 t-8 7> 80 78 The State Convention of the
will of his celebiatedsotfgs.
111HO 74 811 77 sing one justly A delightful hop at the Seaside
democratic party of Florida, to beheld very
21 7 85 74 Inn, on batuiday evening, given by II. E.
21 7'7S> 87 70 at Orlando on Wednesday Mrs. and Miss Haslehurst, of Melbourne Smith.On Cypress Door Company
ss 88 77 next, August 3rd, promises to be were pleasant vlsitois to Eau night Col. and Mrs,
87 78 and Gallie Thursday ,
87 77 one of the most interesting Monday.Mr. C. C. Post enteitained their fliends at

Total i ilnfallfor the week: <>.0l> Inches successful for many years. A full and Mrs. F. A. Losley, Mrs. J. D.Crabb the Casino. ,
Depajtine fiom normal rainfall for the account of its purpose is given on and paity returned to Titusville has in the
week: minus 1.01 Inches. Departure 2nd All last Thuisday, after a foitnight's outing Capt. Fromberger gone Opened October 1st, 1800, turned the steam on to
delegates or
from normal talnfall since Januaiy 1, our page. at Oceanus.Capt. steamer Hittle, to Miami, and will be
minus 12 ii.J inches.J. persons attending on the above occasion away several months. One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door Sash Blind
Nesbitt's spelling class met at ,
W. Ckonk, Observer. will confer a favor on the The Home Guaids have disbanded,

committee of arrangements by addressing endeavored the reading room to spell Satin day down evening the ,mos and and their arms ami accoutrements authoiities.have and General Wood Working Plants in the United States,
1*. F. Bowen, designating quitoes.Messrs.. been turned in to the state

TITUSVILLE. One hundred and what is wanted in the way of rooms Stewart and Lock wood rode The Ladles' Circle, of the Congregational And with expeiienced management, (covering a past experience of ciclt
south of Jackson or hotel accommodations, in order up fiom Melbourne Sunday on the bicycle church, have an iee cieam festival years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the best
ville. U (he county seat of Itrevaid. Itis to facilitate the assignment of the road, and enjoyed it well enough at Mrs. Stanley's, on Fliday evening, possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will co\cr
the head of navigation on the famous to make the return tiip.Capt. {he 2th.!) Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Flames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, etc
Indian Rivet, and is in the orange, pino- largo assemblage expected. Our fiiends the Romanists, have decided
apple anil vegorable section of the En tCoist. and Mrs. Xesbitt have returned ,
lofon Palmetto avenue,
lias five white churches good fiom a visit to Jacksonville and St. upon a
It Augustine
There but few counties in and to see a church building goup
are we hope
schools, ienl 1 and ice factoiies, bank, newspaper, two the state *here democrats are not pleasure, and enjoyed a pleasant trip. ere long.Apaity ,
hotels, Huveial boarding houses, two railroads firmly united and acting in unison ; of colored boys upset their
Signal service station No. 2, at Canaveral
steamboat line, electric lights, and as far as we can see, there is discontinued , boat in front of the Palmetto house, last
uaii on Wednesday
shelled sheets, oto. For hunting and Sunday, and ono of them, Finest Bennett COAL TAR PLASTER
LIME SHINGLES
BRICK
but little inclination on their part Capt. Coggins will bring the men down CEMENT
lulling, this section Is excellent, and is was drowned.Chailes ,
his launch and will
on they to
to wrangle themselves, report
quite ai pmndlso for hunteis and yachts among
Lieutenant Meriill at Jacksonville today Pellicler had a very narrow
(
men. The himmock land for oinnge, which news is very gratifying to A HAIR AND LATH.
ami growing is said tobo ) Fliday. escape on Saturday. savage Jeisey #* **
sugar vegetable The rank and iile of
our party. bull, which he owns, managed to bieak
of the finest In the State.* The ladies of Fan Gallie sent
some a largo and shoved
the have ever been honest loose knocked him down,
party ,
box of delicacies and leading matter toMrs. State Agent IM.. Paints and Oils.
and well meaning and the cause him violently along for some twenty
Gen. Gordon, at Miami, on last condition.Piovidentially .
The Spanish losses on the sea of wrangling, in most instances, Tuesday's expiess, for the convalescent feet In a peifectly the bull helpless had befn dehorned Old 'Phone 8. >o\ 13 Hogan Street,
has been the of who soldleis. Tills attention will no doubt
on men
part have him fatally.
would
or he gored
been JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
have
since the war began meet with gie.it appieciation.A ,
are zealous in the cause of democracy W. II. Young lan to his assistance
twenty-one war ships destroyed only when the success of their lieutenant and squad weio here this nnd the vicious biute was dilvenoff.
and ubout tw<>nty-lve( merchant moiniug looking for deserters from the No bones weie broken, although
will redound
to their advancement.
vessels captured. America has not party camp at Miami. Two were captured Pellicler is pietty badly biuised and
lost a single ship if we exclude The present time is ''ast night at Sarno and sent south under shaken up. .HAMMOND PACKING CO.
devoid of that latter Over bundled said
ourselves. unpleasant guaid one men are . . .
the Merrlmac, sunk by feature.Hon. to have deserted, and a patrol of the
To Be l>laeontlnue East Coast has been established. (Formeily The G. H. Hammond Co.)
The rise in the price of Spanish
The Atlanta Journal that
says Lieutenant-Commander, Merrill, United
securities in European stock exchanges "thobe papers which once abused Courtenay. States Navy, in command of the coast OUR SPECIALTIES :

after the destruction of Mr. Bayard for 'trucking' to English signil stations. In charge of the Florida "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
the Spanish fleet, seems to indicate sentiment are now the foremost Naval Reseives, has been down the East
,
that in the opinion of shrewd speculators in expressions of gratitude at The mosquitoes in this vicinity are decreasing Coast on a tour of inspection. It is "Coin Special" canned meats."Calumet" .
veiy slowly.J. understood that the station of Cape
every defent hastens the that sentiment as expressed toward Floiida is to be discontinued on August hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .
day when Spain will be compelled the United States, and that couple. R.of Rngan days, this of Banyan week.'J. was in town n 1 ; in which case the thiee Naval Reserve

to sue for peace.It the very actions of Mr. Bayard, as men there will letuin to their homes in leaf lard.
G. Bast went to Titusville last Satmday inJacksonville. .
ambassador to the court of St. letuiningSunday, Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .

ijoeh not.seem quite fair that James, are responsible for this sentiment
T. II. Sanders and C. O. Blyfh, of In- compound lard, sausages
a soldier should not get a share of of favor to Americans. All dianolaweie in town awhile last Mon Manufacture Jelly.Mr. .
hail to Ambassador for the and all Packing House Pioducts.
prize money like the sailor. The Bayard day.
Bailors who destroyed Cervera's part he has taken in assisting to James Carnell, of Ormond, has Fla.KS
The old ostiiches sold for $ >0 per pair, FLORIDA BRANCH : Jacksonville .
squadron will have ubout $208,000 bring to our side so powerful a nation and the young chicks, sold from #10 toJ0 gone outfit.to Dade Mr county Carnell with will his extract preserving the ,

distributed among them as bounty as Great Britain, whose friendship each.At juice from fifteen hundred to two thousand Write us for quotations, and you will be pleased.WATCHES.

money, but the soldiers who took during our present hostilities the sale of the ostiiches on Monday bushels of guavas, and will pieserve
Santiago wil] get nothing.Is with Spain has been fully demon last, the old ostiiches were bid in bvCol the juice and then bottle it for further
strated. D. L. Gaulden, of Titusville, and use In making guava jelly as the trade
the young chicks weie sold to Geo. M, demand* it. He took a carload of guava CLOCKS
an interview, M. Faherot, of Bobbins, of Titusville, and Mr. Tucker, jais witli him to Miami. ,
the hatting interest, declared that West Palm Beach. of Fort Pieice.

he was disgusted with modern Among the people who attended tie Jewelry Diamonds
French politics, and, like M. Cliauln Mrs. L. II. Decker Is back again from sale hei e last Monday, we noticed \\. ,
Miamt after a week's sojourn theie.We G. Flink O. Tucker Fort
Coquini; ,
\ the barber deputy, he has resumed Pierce; Geo. M. Bobbins, Titusville; W.n. Soavenlrs, Wedding Rings and Presents.Silverwar .
regret to learn that Capt. II. D.Pieico .
his trade. M. Faherot
gave Shaipe, Sharpen; Mr. Dixon, Cocoa;
is no batter. His son, Charles, of
half his his T. II. Sanders W. Sanders and
up deputy's salary to It. V. B.
Boynton, has come up to stay with him REPAIRING
FINE WATCH and JEWELRY
Sanders Indiauola and J. R.
group, but now earns more in making duilug his illness.Drs. ; Ragan,
felt hats for ladles. Banyan.
fancy Potter and nood, PostmnstetsS A SPECIALTY.
towers and Urelsford, together with (5.W. .
Lainhart, visited their places at Jupiter Ormond Beach. Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way. R. J. RILES,
It W. Davis lias been
out. last Fla.
Friday.M. 223 W. Bay St., Jacksonville

receiving many nattering notices E. Gruber Is a candidate for the Miss Belle Breedlove, of Gainesville,
from tho press lately, especially oflice of tax assessor of Dade county, Is staying at Hotel Coquina.Don't .
since his re-nomination to congress subject to tha Democratic piimary, tobe
foiret( the dance at the hotel
Hist week, but we do not think they held Sept. 28th.Rev. Saturday evening. All are coidially Invited PLANT SYSTEM.Ask

are more than he deserves. Wedo W. J. Cady expects to take a two by Mis. Vance.Mr. .

know, however, that no man is months' vacation, visiting friends and and Mis, S. Ron ley and daughter,
more acceptable to the people of lelitives in the North. He expects to and John A. Ciosby, of San Mateo, aielegisteied
Florida than our "Bob," for he isa stop at Knoxvllle, Tonn., for a while.He at the Coquina.J. .
will probably leave next week. If are going anywhere whether it be to the
you ,
man in whom the people have II. Willmshurst left for his home inDeLand
confidence and who will and The Methodists held Sunday school In on Satuulay last, to give his
one ,
has, performed the duties of his ch their in oh now Is quite church a new on Sunday building last., and Their will grove a in little about attention.ten days. He expects toletuin North, South East West Northwest

high position with credit to himself be a credit to themselves and the town ,
when finished. Colby Pinkei ton is an expert fisher
his and his state.
party, man. After fishing in the surf for about
The Dade County State Bank has two hours, he found it was all he could or Southwest
tta location from Palm Beach ,
changed to
do to them to the hotel.
carry
The news is to hand that the up
West Palm Beach; and the old bank
Chinese Emperor has issued an building on the ease sido has been moved Fishing from the biidge Is one of the for Dr. Eden's Homeopathic REMEMBER THAT THE
edict ordering that in future the over heie, nnd will be placed In position eaily morning pastimes, and enjoyed bytho
this week. This is wise the MissesScarrett and Simral and HEADACHE POWDERS.i .
a move on many
examinations of the "literati" shall and
part of the otllceis.Geo. of Railways
comprise subjects which form the PLANT SYSTEM
Adams, Charles Layton, G. Xf.Idner Lines
basis of examination at European and J. Rowley are all back from Steamship

universities, instead, as heretofore, Miami, and are tick in bed some having WHEN IN NEED OF
of being limited to the Chinese tho measles and others suffeiing from Intermittent WITH GATEWAYS AT
classics. If this announcement isto fever. Miami seems a bad

be relied on, it marks a great spend place any for length our townspeople of time, as they to go Invariably and Port Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville,

step in a social revolution which come homesick.A Lumber Hardware and Paints
end in the Charleston Montgomery Tifton
may possibly rejuvenation jolly party of young folks on pleasure ,

of China.E.NOJi.isii bent, chaperoned by Mrs. M. E. Gruber AND VARIOUS OTHER POINTS,
sailed to the Lake Worth inlet on.

physicians again emphatically Tuesday was, where spent a most Supper enjoyable on the beach afternoon -' Or anything in the line df Building Material With Its All-the-Year-Round

alllrm that the "Ameri and a moonlight sail home, ariivlng

can rocking-chair habit" is the about 11 o'clock p. m., was another very or House Furnishing goods,. Tinning or Double Is the
pleasant feature of the occasion. Waltha'a Service
cause of almost all the nervous Daily '
coffee, and the experience of going Route
Best
diseases of our women. Instead of outside through the breakers, are two Plumbing, do not fail to write ,
resting, the constant effort of rocking things not to be soon forgotten.
uses as much force of the lower And that all Information can be obtained Promptly by

muscles of the back and of the legs Palmetto DrugStore, Daytona. Addressing or Calling onF.

as would sutllce to run a sewing
machine for the same length oftime. Drugs, medicines,chemicals,fine toilet M. JOLLY, Division Passenger Agent,
soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and "THE 1JRICK STORE," 133 West Bay St., Astor Block,
Rockers in
are rare Eng articles In FlaB.
fancy toilet great variety.M. Jacksonville, -

land, and to this reason, it is Hustox, propr. lOOOOA, Xxx<3L**ra. 3El."voa% W. WRENX, Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.if .












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l m k the laod pur*. .
Bor wMawu and I dallciows. F ERTILSPECIAL

The May cottage Is now occupied by

Mrs. James Arnold.Mrs. s*

J. F. Mitchell and baby have re
turned from a visit to relatives In Tltusville. -

PEICES

J. Osterly has purchased a fine tumour.
Mrs. Osteily and daughter will

spend the summer here.Mrs. TO2PiELaLppl

R. C. May, of Miami, and Mcs-
dames J. M. Minor and A. E. Valentine

of Tillman, weie recent visitoif to town.Mrs. ., : ; ; | Or1 oX7" e 3?s__

S. II. Peck has bought a strip of
AkiH land adjoining the Plaza pioperty on the
north, and running from the liver to tho
railroad.Mrs. hiEH Price $25.00.GUARANTEED J3T" Before buying the following Matciials be sine mid apply tous

Absolutely Pure W. L. Hughlett and two children ANALYSIS: for prices, and wo will proto to you wo can save you money.STK.VMED .
are now comfortably located at Muifrejosboro -
X. C, wheie they will spend Moisture g to 10 RONE, RAW RONE,
tho balance of the Ammonia ftto ttKtual
summer.A to 8u1pbRte of Ammonia 20 to 2ft ULOOD AND RONE, ACID PHOSPHATE, w
Available IMiosiihorlo Arid ft to HKqual
very pleasant social affair was given Hone of Lime. ., li to l.tl'ntash
ROYAL iAKIKO POwDtD OO.,MIW YORK to Phosphate DISSOLVED HONK, XlTltATK OF SODA,
by the Misses Haidee to a number of K'J O ft toKqnal
their friends last week. Progressive to Sulphate of Potash 9 to 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO .STEMS,
Lime Soils,-eto BR to til)
euchre Magnesia, ,
followed by a dance, was the
order of the evening.Lieut. 23T Wrlto for Special Pamphlet.B3T TOBACCO DITST, COTTON SEED. MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,

St. Augustine.Mr. COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.
J. 0. Foster and Private Frere
Mixtures compounded with machinery at low
Special
very 0Melbourne.
were here the end of last week recruiting

and Mrs. G. Pomar have gone for the First Regiment Florida Volunteers H pi Ices.

Xorth for the summer. having come down from Tltusville,
where they had been a day or so. They Please Corrocpond with uw before being induced to buy from DohIuph. Send for
Fishing is reported to be particularly did not meet with much success, however

good off the government jetties.Thos. as seemingly all our war enthusiasts hi Pamphlet.

C. George has been appointed have already gone to tho front.J. .
collector of customs for St. Augustine. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.

of Anastasia Island I). CRABB keeps a flrot-cliws Saloon. Wines ,
The cottagers are beers, whinkiea, brandy ami ruin, Importedami
arranging for a series of social pleasures. domextlo cigars, tolmrro and cigarette*. Tciclsisoaa-Trlllo HFlorida
l'rice of liiinorH from J'J.IHl to SB mi per gallon. ,.
Nearly every available cottage at Prompt attention to telegraph and mail
South Beach and Anatasla Beach is now orders. Terms C'uhIi. Coco.i, ids.J. .
1>. CltABB, Agt.Ankona. .

taken.The mystery surrounding the finding they Harry are not Richards very plentiful.has purchased a new
The Premier Flour of America.G6orgiana.
of dead fish in the
of thousands lagoon OOODK OOODK Ileal Estate ami roans.Airent horse and we see him out tiding quite
is still unsolved.A for -Ktn.i. reunion anil Liverpool anilMlohe often.Someono. .
anil Imperial Klre Insurance. Special
petition is being circulated, requesting W. II. Tancio was a recent visitor toMiami. attention palil to the Interests of mm resi remarked the other day that
the authorities to enforce the Sunday dents.WHEV.
we would have no rain for a year, If that

closing of saloons.Tiips E. Walker is busily engaged erecting YOU OO TO MELHOritNB call at tholtuz.uir Is true we will indeed have n long dry Unexcelled

are made every Wednesday and a dock just north of his house.L. Mrs. Chas J. F. t'aniplii-IKt Co., Millinery spell.
Saturday to Summer Haven by the Notions, I>ry Omuls, Ijulius' reailvmailuanil -
The Masonic Hull owned the colored
S. Eld rod transacted business in woven Underwear, Ferris' ltenowneil by
steamer Hustler.E Fort Pieice one day last week. Corsets, etc., embroidery ami colored silks, pfloplo at Tick Ridge, binned on Sunday
F. Joyce is In Georgia on business, souvenir spooim, Stationery, etc.MlUPr night owing to tho carelessness ofBomeone
Numerous rattlesnakes For and
while his family Is spending the summer aio reported. leaving a smuilgo burning.
at South Beach. The Uamor boys killed two last week.Forrest HELXKVITE, MKLHOrilXK, FI.A.J.ovelv .
view of Indian lllver. In a sheltered
L. Hamor, who has been passing situation Superior accommodations. Moderate
After spending several weeks at Miami
a week at the "magic city," has rates. .
Mrs. Fied W. Kettle is back in ,
returned home.Mrs. AV. It. CAM PIIELL, Proprietor. Bread Pastry.JACKSONVILLE
the ancient city. Mr. Hlscock Is making 'preparations .
Mile. Zora and T. A,
Miss Daisy Estes lias ariivod home Dey-Card, MELHOPRNE, FLA.. for his winter gaiduning.On *
Touinau went to Foit Pierco last HOTEL RIVERSIDE, tjlw? ..,_,, <
'
up W1 >
the 'summer Indian River: homelike nri'mninodatlons -
from college to spend vacation overlooking
week the Foam.Tho Fiiday tho demorratio primary
on yacht and jrooil boni'il. Itatos SI 50 per
with her parents. ilnv or SH.OO to S7.00 per week, iircordinir toloration elected Mr. Vcsey Hall a delegate to the

Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Foster, large flagstaff Stars and on Stripes Eldrcd's float large from packinghouse the neoiile. of room. C1IA8.T.Special McllKIIiB rntes to ,River conventiou at Foit Pierce.Mrs. Represented by F. H. BURST, FLA.
New York Mr. Foster is the *
a
lit son. in North Ankona.X. Proprietor.I.FOV Munson nnd Coin were passengers ,
proprietor of El Unlco. on the steamer Coni tenay, for Cocoa

The East Coast Band gave a most enjoyable Blivvlns, of Texas, who Is visiting A. PEEK, M. .. PHYSICIAN' AM) Friday last, on a shopping expedi
various points along the East Coast, has HUROEON, Melbourne, Fla.Rev. .
and dance at South Beach
picnic been the lucent guest of Will Robinson. tion.On SEEDS Fldd and Garden SEEDS.
lust week, which was participated in bya Thursday tho republican primary
large number of people.i Moses B. Mai tin, who has been absent W. C. Karnes went to Jacksonville elected Mr. Wethoy delegate, and Mr.

i i since last December on an extended visit last Saturday.Chas. Hughes nltcinato to the convention at

to his parents at Newark, N. J., has Rolton of Malabar, was In town Melbourne on the 21th.Mrs. .
Key West.Chas. returned to Brleis his plantation at Largest Seed House in the State. a
last .
North Ankona. on business Monday.Mrs. Rower, Hcrvey and Hat tie were

A. Merritt, of the Times-Union Although not confirmed, it is currently H. N. Neal took a trip up the calling on Uncle and Auntie Hughes on Special Varieties of Corn for Floildii. Seeds for Fodder crops.
Friday afternoon. Mrs. Wittfeld and
week visit friends.
river last to
and Citizen has orrived in town.
reported that Harry Sample, who Carl were also calling at the same place, Cassava Seed, 7.V. per Kill, best. Send for Pi Ice List..
Hotel Key West has certainly been Is a frequent visitor to and is quite well Lots of pineapples still in market, and and at Mrs. Uruncr's tho same after
known in Ankona has enlisted in the at 25o basket.Dr. L. CAMERON Seedsman
doing a good business this summer. Itis grapes selling per noon.Mesdamos. ,

crowded all the time. North Carolina volunteer service.Mrs. Leon Peek went to St. Augustine Hall,'Fish and Druner; and 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

When the East Coast Line extends its Frank Tyler, accompanied by her last Saturday and returned Tuesday.Hon. Beth and Miss Heckmnster were calling
Nilssou Also Paper Slioll 1'encun Tieos, I to 2 Olusted stock, #12 per 10ft.
friend Miss Stennette came years
railroad to Key West, look out for a C. T. McCarty was among the on Mrs. Hughes last Satuulny afternoon.
'boom." It will surely come some day. down from Fort Pierce last week onhorseback. visitors of note to our little town this Mosquitoes are not so plentiful yet ns to
These ladies are the first prevent the ladies from visiting and having
Colonel Kebalcava, who left here a persons to ride the distance over the week. a good timo.
short time ago with a small expedition, new road since its completion. U. S. Commissioner J. T. Hogg has
has returned, having made a successful been one of the busiest men in town the Saturday morning, Mr, West had his *. < CHESEBRO BROTHERS %.*+
landing near Cardenas. past week. sailboat loudod on Mr. Munson's wagon,
Will our correspondents please write to have It hauled to the Banana River,
Last week the Mangrove captured a names and places distinctly, so that our Judge M. S. Jones, of Tltusville, was when the coupling of the wagon gave
mall Spanish vessel, which is now here. compositors can set them in type correctly the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Gibbs way, letting the boat fall hoavily to the WHOLKSALKCJommisson
The crew of the captured boat escaped ? last Tuesday. ground and damaging it considerably.A .
by jumping overboard and swimming
ashore on the approach of the gunboat.Mrs. Louis Andrews, one of Cocoa's most certain wild oat is very chicken JTisir }) ealers9Xo.
Lotus.J popular young men, was a ploasant hungry. He rame and killed a heu In W
W. J. Albury has returned to Key visitor In town last Tuesday, Undo Huglilb's yard, a few steps from

West from a pleasant visit to friends at transacted business in Editor Oslin has been feasting on big, the house. Next night ho was among
Miami and Lemon City. We understand N. Chalker anil Mr. Hiscuck's poultry. Monday he was 1, Fulton Wholesale FIsTi Maiket, Now Voik.
last.T. lipo Ueoigia peaches lately, treating
Cocoa Saturday ,
Mrs. Albury will Boon make a trip toXew
trying to sample A. L. Brunei's line
York for her Fall stock of goods.Do . G. Ronald will leave soon for a vacation some of his friends to the same fruit. Plymouth Itorks, but failed to get one, SPECIALTIES: Spanish Mackerel, Sheephead, I'ompann, RIucIIhIi, Red.

not be surprised If you hear of a In South America.Messrs. Miss Mary of J.Sharpos Holmes, are and tho brother guests, Mr. Tut tie was over from Hoiti on Snappers, Klngflsh, Trout, Green Turtlo, Redhead nnd Cnnvas-back Hucks.
Holmes
big sale of property in this city to the F.E. . Stewarts, of Bonaventure, paid of Sam tho Misses, Annie nnd Jessie (Joodo Saturday, biinging with him some line Stencils piomptly supplied. References fuinUhed If deslied.
C. Ry., this week, valued at $70,000.Mr. our town a visit this week.Messrs. week.Dr. watermelons. Ho raisvd some choice
Flagler knows what he is doing. this musk melons dining the extiomely dry
Miami tea had better "take time by the Stewart and Martin paid our Geo. W. Holmes, of Sharpes, was weather. One gardener always succeeds
.
forelock," and come to Key West. The merchants a visit Saturday last.L. one of tho many pleasant gentlemen we In raising something. Cold or hot, wet Home-Grown

Advocate, also, had better join us. E. Provoct and T. G. Ronald spent noticed In town Tuesday. He came or dry, if anything fails, other tilings Hie FOR SALE
The Aurelio sloop Sunday afternoon with C. 1>. Provost.L. down to attend the Republican Convention. coming on.
Domingo a Spanish
recently captured by the auxiliary gunuoat D. Hancock spent Saturday In PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS *

Maplo, has been brought here. She Cocoa, going up on steamer Courtenay.L. Melbourneltes wish to congratulate Fort Pierce.
is of about twenty tons burthen, with a Cocoaites on the naming of the new Of tho following Vuildtles :
crew of three men, and cargo of tobacco, E. Provost left Tuesday for points Bteamer Cocoa, and we admire the ladies
cloth and provisions. in Florida, where ho will spend the sum of Cocoa for their effort to give her her Heavy clouds come up overy day, but Abbala, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, Ripley Queen, Smootlr

colors.By yet no rain.Mr. Pernambnco and Red
mer.D. Cayenne Spanish.
When in want of any kind of building A. Ramsey Is pushing the work special request of the officers, Cross ieturned from a trip to Atlanta ,
ahead on his steamboat dock on his F" ''nil Alabama Apply to <}. C. MATTHAMS. Florida Pineapple Co.,
Kilttain
material, in car loads or otherwise, the Sergeant W. last Saturday.
Palm Reach Fla.X .
Builders' place. Home Guards In Educational West ,
Supply Co., at St. Augustine, drilled the
will be ploased to make you a delivered George Warner paid our town a.visit Hall. Quite a number of ladies weiepiesent The mosipiitoes have been quite gay

price at your station. You have no"gent's Saturday, coming up on steamer Courte and enjoyed the dilll. tlie last few days.

or middleman's commission topay nay from Enii Gallie.D. The Misses Annie and Jessie Goode Major Lovett, of Miami, was a pluu- tT H you need any Job pilntlng, we J BUY OR SELL...,
silk flags last week ant visitor in town this week.Capt. shall be pleased to get a shaie of it.JftT" .
made another shipment received two pretty
A. Ramsey '
..f very fine-pines from C. II. William's from the 1st Louisiana Vol. and 2nd A. J. Lewis paid the up liver Confederate Money "Bonds &
Miami. place ut Lotus. Alabama Vol. boys as tokens of rememberance. towns a visit on Monday.Mrs. If you ii-celve a siimple copy of ,
The gills are much pleased the Akvik.aik, It is nn Intimation that POSTAGE STAMPS.Largost .
rain revived everything In C. P. Piatt and cliildivn aie visa flNoTolfcu
The recent nnd will treasure them
them very add
A his with It would give us pleasure to your
"blind driven from
tiger" was beneficial to stock In the world. Address
Miami lair last week. our section and was very highly as relics of this war, ing friends in Si. Augustine.Mr. name to our fast-increasing list of sub

orange trees.T. Mr. and Mrs. John Goode left here Lashlight, of Miami, was visiting scribers. It does not cost you three CHAS. I). BARKER, Atlanta, Oa.
The average attendance at the Casino G. Ronald is planting out a squash last Tuesday for Chicago to look after friends heie for a few days last week. cents per week (postage Included) when
now reaches 700 dally.A he will eat squash taken by the ami It can lie sent tovou
patch. Orotjan says their property there, also to visit relatives Judge Jones, of Tltusville, was visiting year *
rifle range has been constructed at pies next fall.Raburn and friends. They expect to spend for a few days at SI. Lucie this In any part of the United Status or COTTON
Cocoanut Grove for the soldiers that are Otwell was in our town Saturday. some time in North Carolina before returning week.M. Canada without extra expense.
"ncamped here.Drs. ho has enough cousins home. Their daughter, Mrs. L.C. .
Rabe says Roseland met them heieto Davis has the contract to build a
McHenry and Tackett, of the for everybody.R. Moore as far, of as Jacksonville, with them, house for M. W. Jones, on his orange Guarantee 1 per vent Interest. LINEN NETTING.... I

division hospital corps, have been ordered B. Stewart is pushing the woik from go there she goes on to visit In Washngtou plantation.Rev.rlloward.
to will Eleven acres land, fronts on Indian
Santiago. road and soon
ahead on the county Boston und New York. held services In the Baptist and Banana River; small cottage, 2 artesian t
Pay day made things more livelier have it finished.S The guests of Hotel Riverside this church last .Mi in I ay morning and wells, KM) nice orange trees, 11(100(
lines than ever the end of last week, and all P. Taylor returned to Cocoa after week were: E. C Wethe (ieor lani; evenldg to a laige congregation.Mrs. pineapple plants, shipped over "JOOcrates
well.
of business did exceedingly assisting L. E. Piovost in his work onMrs. Capt. R. Simmins, 2nd Va. ; Lleur. J.C. . S. W. Jennings left for a visit to last season; guavas, mangoes, Japan porslmmons -

The National Belief Society of Philadelphia Green's house.E. Foster, 1st Florida Vol. ; 1'iivste FiedA. her old homo In Pennsylvania last week, and other fruits on place. I'rlca FISHING TACKLE
has oent a large supply of comforts R. Provost has had an acre f land Freie, 1st Florid* Vol. ; Sergeant W.F. going as far as Tltusville In her sailboat.Lieut. $1,100. Address H, Adtooatb office.Tltusville ,
for the sick and convalescent in the which he will put in early vegetables Brlttain. and Alabama Vol., Miami; Fla.
division hospital. cleared L. II. Church, Savannah; Capt. Nchoonraaker Foster accompanied by a private Superior quality Linen Gill Netting
In the fall. L. S. Andrews, Cocoa; R. C.Scrlmgenur arrived here Sunday evening for made from Knox's Scotch thread.

Several subscriptions have been received Mosquitoes are a discount In our community ,Tltusville; John McAllister, the purpose of getting recruits, be left ...HENRY A. MEISTER... Samples and estimates cheerfully furnished.
from various Xorthern benevolent now, and we would like to ship off Eau Gallie; Grant M. Palmer, Rochester, next day for points further south. Corks, Leads, Lines, etc.J. .
institutions, to he be devoted to the to some other point.L Minor Tillman A. K.Waiict rinsr-ci.ass
several tons N. Y.; John M. ; The wedding belt* rang out again last
convalescent JOHNSOV 4 CO.
soldiers. 8.
.
,
E Provost has completed the contract J. M. Shelby, John Hopkins, J.M. week. J. McCullom one of the yard engineers Barber and Hair Dresser
Over f.1,700 was sent In postofflce of painting Mrs. Thomas Greens Hopkins, Babla.Eden.. In Miami came up last Wednesday Manufacturers,

money order* last Friday by the soldiers.t dwelling house, which adds very much and was married In the afternoon to None but skilled workmen employed. 121 South St., BALTIMORE, MIX
< > addition to large amounts .through Miss Mary Killer, one of this town's
the to the appearance.L. Private room for ladles' hair dressing
bank and office. ladles. The bridal couple
express this week talking brighest young and Razors la order. Caats.
D. nancock was up Shampooing. put ) for Fifty
The steamship Cocoa, of the F. E. C. that same discouraging talk that left for their future home showers on the of even-rice 113 East Ray St. Oath Rooms. Guaranteed tobacco habit eore, makes waalt
J>v-t has been put in good condition, and Is and that the people will Mrs. Sanders will leave for Connecticut log train amidst heavy men strongblooil pure. BOc,II. All druggists.
11 Miami and Florida gone week.Rev. and good wishes from their many friends JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
between tbla
carry freight out. sometime?
have to move life.Edarata
J ey West. Her carrying capacity is floo soon for a long, happy and prosperous .
tons, and she will probably make the M. Butler did not preach here
'"a In lumber and other building material Sunday last, a* hi* wife was not well.
twelve hours.'Send Buy
direct from th *nU In this Tea* Itowrtt With CuttnU. ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing.
to The
and save the lumberyard Guavas are beginning ripen Candy Cathartic, cure.constipation for t r.
the Advocatb an order for any I Ii"o Co., St. Augustine commission., section, but owing to the dry weather tootoo. If C,C.C.fall,dnimliu ratuod money. ,
man's
printing you need.] y









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IftpIAN iyjBB ADYOCATK,, .JUW 29, 1893.





Vegetables ENGLISH TO-DAY.SENTIMENT OF The Tropical Trunk Line.



How Our Conflict with Spain la Regarded

can be raised at a profit, and by the Hrltlshers Nolihtne; too Good Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway.

for Americana In London Jnat Now

the yield enlarged, if properly Interesting Interview with a JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver.BOUTir .


fertilized. Most fertilizers dodo Denver Hotel Man.
In Effect Jane SBv. ,"*!)".
No. 2fl .| NoT21.|No. 87 No.23
not contain enough From the Denver(Colo.) Republican."The Local 1040 p 912a '- ...JACKSONVILLE.-..,AtArl 845pm suitMixed

English people take this war asa Mixed tllOpI138p 9 JO a Orange Park.. .. l pm
Til Peoria
Tu.
matter belonging to the entire Anglo- and Bat 10 02alu ... ... Magnolia 613 a m 6 61 pm48pm J' n i .a Green Unve Springs. 6 00amSOOI
Potash. Saxon race," said W. II, Bush yesterday, 2 45 12 1140p 40H 11 oua ..Paiatsa 600pmIMpm

"and take no little c rod It to themselves Satsuma Pomona

for the manner in which we have whipped 4 40 a 11 50a ....Crescent City Junction 354a m I
91 1 B2a 12 OltpM Seville 833 am 336 pmS68pm 1> B
Vegetables need plenty of potash the Spaniards and destroyed their fleets. 6 38 a 2 23 a266a 3 pi DeLenn Springs... 2 40 am223am 10 II Hip Vlpo B,
Olenwoodlteresford.
There is more Interest taken In tho war
"i'ii'isofa dip 2 30 p m
at least \o% besides In London than there is In New York, 1 IHp ,...,.Do Land [LvAr 2 10 p m
12 4lp( Lv ( 2 66pm
the acid and nitro and nothing Is too good for an American 438 p300a 1 lip Orange City Juno. 2 11 a inAr. 2 24 p m144pm 11H
phosphoric in England." 12 48p ....Enterprise
4 SSp Ar TITUSVILLE LvMt. 410 30am160pm
gen. Mr. Itush has just returned from a 3 4!)|. Dora.
4 0l(|> ...TavaresSanford.
visit to his wife and daughter, who reside 3 30 a 1 4Bp Ar.. ..Lv 140am
Write for our books which tell all about in England having been absent from 4 36 a 3 OOp ....Orlando.. 12 01 p m 12 10pm nipm"Comanche"
fertilizers. They are free.GERMAN 6 10 a 4 6Bp Lakeland ,. 9 15pm 10 26 pm
the cjty one month and three days, of 6 37 aiioio 8 20p .../..JlartowAr 616pm329pm 636amtlO
KALI WORKS, 11 Punta Qorda Lv 10
at lflp pm906am
93 Nun St, New Y rk. which time a week was spent in London."It 300 p 6 06p Tampa.., 7 37pm

Is really amusing he .continued 760 a Tampa Hay Hotel '
,
8 30 aTu. 6 46p Ar Port Tampa LvLa I oil p m930pm 83SamlMon.
"to listen to the comments upon the war SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME I LOW RATES ., Tliur* Sat 0 OOp Port Tampa ArAr .Thur Sat
Sun.Weil#Fri 3 OOp Key We t f..Lv 8 00pm Sun. Wed & Fri.
SEA WATER AS MEDICINE. by Englishmen who have never been ouof ., Havana Lv
the hearing of Bow Bells. They take Fluent Cuisine anil Service. Nt> Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.
The Fleet ll of the Handsome New Bteel Steamers i"Cheroiee
composed following
Not Pleasant. To Take, but It* Effects on as much credit for Dewey as we do, and Dally, t Daily except Sunday, fMon.,Wed. and Frl.
< Train leaving Jacksonville 9:12: a. m. arrives Gainesville 1:0S: p. m Ocala 2:00 p. m.. LecsW,
the NjKlvm Are flood. It Is not at all uncommon to bear an new"Algonquin, "Iroquois, "Seminole. 3:43: ip.Y .i rookvllle 6:66: p.m. dally. uurjTrains
181 and 32 Corry Through Pullman DufTet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and Tamns
'didn't fix them at
When a bather nt Atlantic City the Englishman say, wo North-Bound. and local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open for accommodation of lia en[_' Manila?' or4 'how our fellows managed Steamers are appointed to nail according to the tide. Union Station,Jacksonville, at 9 p. m.

other day accldently swallowed a big them at Santiago.' This sounds From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (culling at Charleston), "Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. INDIAN RIVER SERVICE.
gulp of sea water and then rushed oil to queer, From CHARLESTON, 8. C, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Indian River Steamers leave Titusville 6:15 p. m., Mondays and Thursdavs for St Lucie Vhm
but it's the exact truth. The average For hour of nulling see"Clyde Line" Schedule,or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papers and intermediate landings j returning, arrive Titusville Thursdays and Saturdays, vonneciiiw.
take the
drink of taste
get a whisky to with northbound trains. -vims;
Englishman seems to think that we are South-Bound. W. H. COFFIN O. D.
Tit of his mouth, n successful medical ACKERLT.
branded with the Union Jack, and have Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 2V. East River, New York, at 3 p. m., as follows i General Superintendent. > General Passenger Agent
juactilioncr. who had witnessed the performance ForCHARLKH'iiMn.w Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.Mondays. .
turned to a writer for the suddenly waked up to the fact that we For JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Wednesday* and Fridays.Clyde .

kin to himself. Go into of the
Now York Star aud said: are any New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)

"That man is either a greenhorn or afool. big London clubs, and ten to one you (Calling at Charleston, 8. C, both ways) Florida East Coast
will see an old fellow away off in a corner "STEAMERS" Ry.
Otherwise on such occasion he
are appointed to sail as follows I
old
would have taken merely a sip or two oflcmonado by himself some army or navy From foot of Hogan Street,Jacksonville, From Lewis'FRIDAYS.Clyde's 'Wharf. Boston, TIME TABLE NO. IS. IN EFFECT MAY 10, 1803.BOTJTH .
officer reading the magazine accounts THURSDAYS.
and allowed the sea water todo
of fight and chuckling to himself
Its work. As a matter of/act, one of Dewey's BOUNDtR.ad Down). NORTH BOUND (Read Up)
and then hunting up some croney to St. Johns River Line.DE
the most beneflclal features of a sea bath NofslJ"?*
enjoy It with him, and congratulate the STATIONS.Ar. .
Is the salt water Inadvertently swallow.d .

l but hers. Il Is a wonderful tonic British nation on tho fighting qualities ( BARV LINE) the St.John's River. soopTSK ,. Jouiknonvlli* ,. Ar Ti5pE.P.A. i0S5a946a
>y of the Yankees."Id Jacksonville,Palatka, Sanrord, Enterprise, Fla.and intermediate landings on 10p lOBoa416p ..St. Antusttn* Lt 8 3.ip630p
the liver stomach and In 10 86a Lt.. .fit. . ...
for ADfiiattn*
.Ar
kidneys* The elegant Sidewheel Steamer * * 9 40a
the hotels and marts of trade the 4 58plll0a! H* tl n g LvP 4 Kip 9 IIS.
many cases It will cute billlousness, when "llAUKY O. DAY. "6&Sin5a410p| Utka Lt TTiii "J30aUa
American Is stiictly in it, and is the recipient 1046ar3op1l3 Lt.. .....P 1 tte .
II drug preparations have failed. It is CAPT. W. A. SHAW.Is .f ArmRw S8ip )
of marked attention. In the 4p Ar.. > Mateo.... .... Lt "B20p8Ap
peculiarly efTeotlve tn ordinary cases of appointed to sail as follows t 8 30D 7 ?0TIC. Lt.. ,,8aa Mateo Ar 124Jn

indigestion, disordered stomach and Insomnia stores the clerks contest the privilege of Leaves Jacksonville, . Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5:00 p m TTK5 CvTT Ea npaTaftaTnT; T v Titfip 8 45e
waiting on Americans, and will give Leaves Sanford -. Monduys and Thursdays at 6.UU a m 6 Blip 1 00p .Ormond ::.v:. aoup 7U7ftla
and has been known to produce tip 1 Up ...... .Daytone 2&*> !
them the preference over other custom TiWpT23p l ....Port Orange.. .
p * 2 41p 6 5-!.
excellent results In many cases of l ..
Ap New Smyrna...
'' 2 20i144p> 8JUKTWKKN
dyspepsia."Clean ers. In the theaters the Stars and Stripes 2S4oaojp Oak Hilt.

are always brought out with the Union .....Titusville ... 1 04p
son water, such as Is to be had 8 8.ip CiMr Point 13 8p
Jack, and In tho concert halls there is a 8 4Hp ..,.- Coroa ..,. 12 ?>p1318p
it any of our seaside resorts. Is full oftoulc 8 47p .... Rocklertft* ...
and Hod.itivo properties. It won't constant demand for new songs and new 4 IHp42Hp .....Kau Gallie .... 114'ainv
the American victories. ,....Melbourne.....
u.t anybody. Indeed, two or three big *aS on Everywhere 6 Up .,.Sebastian......
the appearance of our flag occasions HOlp St. Lnele
awntlows of It would be a positive benefit S p ,... Fort Pierce ....

to nine bathers out of ten. It Is not, a demonstration there Is a general of applause."While feeling. that Cen'I Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W.Bay St., Jacksonville.Jvo. 6 S40p Sip .,.......Jensen Eflen .....

ofcouise, a palatable or tempting dose 7 05p Htnart
the United States must be allowed to doth'ri 7 8 p ....Kobe Honnd ....
to take, but neither is quinine nor calomel. L. Howard. Superintendent F. M. Inn-moiOfB, Jit., Fla, Fass. Agt.Trnto. 7 ip .....i.iAr. Wast Jupiter ...
You seldom, if ever, see an old work aloue, it Is no less decided that Foot Hogan St. 204 West Ray St. 8 30p909p West Palm Reach.Linton .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.W .
there must be Interference by
sailor who Is billions or dyspeptic or a no. any 44p .Fort Ijanderdate.,
other power. One of the papers, after .G. Eoonn, T. M., H. Wabhubtos, T. P. A., W H. Hendiibson, 10 Wp ...Lemon City ....
victim to Insomnia, and why ? .For the 10 nop ... Miami
GREEN NEW YORK.
discussing the International political situation 6 BOWLING ,
roason that an ocean of good medicine MEW BMYHNA AND OltANGK CIIY
closed the article with 'When \ F CLYDE & CO., General A Rents. JUNCTION
ipreads all about this sky and he doses S Howling Green.New YorVM. 13 Mo. IJelHware Ave., Philadelphia. No. 8 No 1IJIp STATIONS. No.J No. 412.1p
the old lion and tho Hon together '
Iiimsolf copiously with It whenever his young como ioTil1188a Et7 N.w Smyrna. ...Ar.Lv S Mp
then .' SOUp *> I>ak.Helen 12 4i ip 4 0fp,
physical mechanism becomes the least 8 20p iaoaplaiop .Oran e (aty 13 28p 8 44sUp
bit deranged." "TJiere is no love for Germany In MALLORY STEAMSniP LINE. 8 26p Prang. City Junction

England, and I would like to have seen All train*between New Smyrna and Oransje City Juuotlon Dally except Sunday,


LONDON'S GREAT WEALTH. some of thoso old navy clubv" men when Florida, New York, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
tho news reached England about how

Philadelphia and Boston.Fnim The at.amih! 'W O "* Steamship leaves
Dewey managed that affair of the German !! Ki ? Company
Values of real estate and some other Itriinswlek, (via Port Royal,S. C.,) to New York.PASSENGEK Miami for Keonvllle ry West on Mondays, Wednesday*and Friday* after arrival of train from Jack'Of -
cr.ulser Irene. The hope Is generally mak eonneotlort*at Key West with eteamer* for Havana. Leave Key West 2:30:
things In the city of London are sot SKHVICK.To P. m. (atandard time) on Tuesday*. Thursday* and teturdav*. arriving Miami next atornUf
forth In an aitlclo In a paper published expressed that the United States make connections with steamers leave Jacksonville on la time to eonneat with north bound train.
will retain possession of tho Philippines Thursday at 6:00: p. in.,via Feruantlina, close connection with
there, says the Philadelphia Times. Cumberland Route steamer, at Fernandina for Hrnnswlrk. dmTJ. Ln,? *Wh<,w t Mm" whloh train,and boat, nay be expected to arrt v.aa'd
and this Is earnest, without any Idea of Sapper will be served immediately on leaving Fernandina. ?.T.y.frora " "r l station* and port., bat their arrival or departure at the times
Mansion House, which cost $.),.>00,0i>0 to Passengers go at once on bourd M.lliory steamer oil arrival atBrunswick.
profit to British traders as it is conceded
.
build, is now valued 'at fully ton times For copy of local time card call at S3* West
Street
that to the victor belongs the spoils."The Bay Jacksonville, er addres*
that figure. The Uoyal Exchange, as a J.P.BECKWITH.TraffloM agr. J.U KAHNIB, A.O.P. A.
building of bricks and mortar, is worth result of this change of sentiment PROPOSED SAILINGS ___ St. Amostlae.

$1,000,000, but land in that neighborhood toward the United States will be Lv.New York, Pier 21 E. R.,3:00p.: ni., (Standard.Time.) Lv. Brunswick.

that there will be a largo amount of Friday, June 24. ...CITY OF 8AV ANTONIO Friday, July 1
sold nt the rate of
has $10,00000 -
recently .. "
COLORADO 8
Friday, July 1. Friday,
British invested In this
an acre. Eight'bridges over the capital country, Friday, S. ..tCI CY OF SAX ANTONIO iFrlday* 16
especially In mining enterprises. The Friday, 16.... COLORADO ... .: -Friday, !a2
Thames cost *J5,00.), OO to build, but'are Friday, 23 .CITY OF SAX ANTONIO .Friday, ' 20
has shown the people of England
war
now worth mucin, more than that, that affairs For general Information, steamers, trains, rates, etc, apply to anv railroad ngent oe toA. J3jL Southern
we can manage our own P. MURPHY St.Jacksonville.II. *
while tho tuunols underneath are' worth Agent,220 W.Bay >.

other millions and the enbankment is without any interference, and convinces H.RiYMOSD, General Southern Agent, Brunswick, Ga.C. .
them not but K. MALLORY,General Agent, l'ler 20, E. River, and 302 Broadway,N.Y.
we are only a big natlop, apoweiful
worth probably double the *IO,000,000 it

cost to make. If St. I'.tul's were private people with u stroug government

property you might induce tho owner tois and Infinite resources. And underneath Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad.
all is the British admiration for
very remoto. Those tattered war banners
pluck and ability, that In tho present
which you have seen so often would Air Idne and Florida Trunk Line.
New Florida nml Northern
K03T EXCELLENT 8EBVI0E
case Is enhanced by tho feeling of kin OFFERED OUT OF FLOEIDA.
ell it for 100,000,000 but the likelihood'arouse
,
Time Table In Effect July 0, 1808.
If the United Statos is not
ship. n part
pretty keen bidding at the sides.
NORTH EAST
Westminster Abbeyis difficult to value. of the British empiro, Great Britain is apait 3 WEST.THROTTOH .

of the United States as against the NORTHERN POINTS, si
But tho sales giro us some Idea of what Sl Bl
rest of the world in tho British mind
Mstorlo treasures are worth in the market PULLMAN- DRAWING ROOM CARS DINING) CARS
and it's all In event Great 6 nop 8 OOll 0 K4>|> Lv Jacksonville.. Ar 9 16a 0 2flp 9 40a ,
and I should not bo surprised if tho ono any as 4 46p 8 4 7 p Lvulee.. ....ArAr. 8 40a 8 40p 8 60a THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESXIBULED TRAINS.21p .
Britain sustains her own blood under all 11 20p 0 ana 0 16|> ..Fernandina ...LvAr. 7 66a 7 OOp 7 66
abbey, put iy In lots, lealizedVJ00,- circumstances." 7 4,1p 9 26a 9 OOpii .. .. Everett ....ArAr. 7 05ali' 8 4.">p 7 30a
5 40p . Brunswick. .LvAr..Savannah. 6 40)1)
000,000.Tho 12 0lp 2Bpii ....LvLv. ao a 4 47p "WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LiniTED."
Biltish Museum, empty, would bo 6 OOp linspII : FRUIT SHOULD
HOW BElie
2.ll| 1 6H|> Fairfax,S. C.Lv lla 6 oa 2 2lp Through VMtlbuled Drawing-Room Sleeping Car* betweea Tampa and Nw Terk.
worth $7nOO,0OO, and it Is full of priceless EATEN. 10 4.1p] 2 40i 2 4'la666a ..lieiinmrk, SO 2 24a 4 00a(1M I34|, via JaoksonvU)*,bavanaah and Columbia, without ehange."UNITED .
The National Is 9 3A|> .Augusta, O* 6 20
treasures. Gallery
4 OOpS 4 24a ' Columbia. !}. C. ii47a 11 Ma STATES FAST MAIL."
worth millions. It cost, with the new 11 26a146p Spnrtunlmrg, SO" 6 00p
A Few Simple liulea It AV.ml.lTo Well Asheville, S. C, 2 06p Pullman Drawlnc Room Buffet Sleeping Cars between JaoksoavlUe and New York.
Tate gallery suction, %1,730,000 to build, Ob.erve. 1.1))> 0 16a ' Charlotte, N. C. ' 10 20p2.1p 9 26a
' O. 10 47a SaUsbiiry. N. C. 81 Embracing
LynchburgCharlottesville.
and has one picture which cost $70 aninch. 'lftp .
Fresh, ripe, perfect raw fruit I* safe 10 41iM61p| 12 lup ' Greensboro, N. C 7 20pop 7 0 a
The Nelson column, close by, Is and healthful at all seasons of the imp lianvllle, V*. 6 6oa Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia.S. .
year,
'
B40a A26p Richmond, Va. 12 0011 2 00a
worth $250,000, and the statue of King and amid the ravages of disease, whether Ltd, 3 4Up Lvnclilmrg,Va. 3 6np 3 40.1 ? 1l7!!.?.,l.P*"" "r't< orl Sleeping Car* to Macon. Atlanta, Chattanooga and
tleorge III., a little way down Pall Mall, epidemic, endemic, or sporadic, general, 3 36a 6: lph9 Cliarlottes\ille, 2 1S|> 16 a with eloa* oonn.odou for Louisville and the Northwest.
local. Under restrictions 8 4tima->n 25|. Washington 11 16a4Ja 10 4.1a
cost *JO,01))0. The Albert Hall and Uoyal special or proper Il26p ' Kaltimore 0 2O11 Also Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
as to quantity, such fruits as named 10 16a 2 6K1S62Ja ' Philadelphia 7 20a 8 66i
Aquarium are both worth about $1,230000 ,- will cure a diarrhoea, aid In removing 12 4.lp ' New York 12 llu 4 30|> Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville Through the

but the Crystal Palace cost more cold, colic, fever, or any other disease 8 30p 3 OOp ' Boston 6 00p 9 00a ,

than throe times the value of both ofthese. whose treatment requires the bowels tobe .. (VII |> Lv ,J.tckHoiiville At., 9.40s "LAND OP THE SKY."
kept freely open; for this effect fresh, .il'l Hi UOOpAr.... Everett ....Lv. 6 3)ia'' 7'ma5 :
Earl's Court, the great show ripo, fruit is acknowledged to have; but .. 7 41p 4 1Vil .... Atlanta ... I 20al1n6p|
4 8 40af' ..Chattanooiia.. ,
l.kl
rivaling tho palace, has millions' worth to be used advantageously In health and ( Tiop1 ..Cincinnati .. I. 10OOp..< 830aN'o 7.10p , *' Jen dmformetlen a* te rat*., *chdules. aleeplng ear reservation., etc, apply t
of treasures, and even when it Is empty disease, the following rules are Imperative agent ef Ue houiuaajl Bailwat or 1M soaoactloa*.

tho twenty-five acres of gardens and : .3S and 31 mtke ennnentlnn for Brunswick, arriving Brunswick 4:30: p. m. and 8:40: p. mresiieetively.
1. Fruit should bo eaten ripe raw For New Orleans, train leave*Jacksonville 9:43 a. m with through *leepers, arriving
buildings are worth $1,300,000, Imagine frosh ami perfect. ftew Orleans 7:40: a. nix Only through nlveper line. Arrive* Jacksonville from New Orleans L. 1. 8HIF1CAN, Florida Pas*. Agt. 313 West Bay Stress, Jacksonville. FUJ.

hujiug the tower, the Holborn viaduct, 2. It should be eaten In moderation.i. 6 UM p. ni. SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.No Jf. GULP. -w. A. TURK, 8. fi. HARDV7I0I,

the miles of sewers walks and : It should be eaten no later than four Auta.a.P.s* Agt
pavements *. 36ami 38 Fast Iall, Sleeper* between New York and Jacksonville, and the'Clnclnnati Wsehlagtea, rJ. a aIrtuuii
*.
Wa.hingtoi. o.a Asiaut
o'clock in the afternoon. N
the various markets of which Steelier via Asheville.No
; 4. Xo water or fluid of any desciiption *.37 and 38 earrv through sleeper* between Jacksonville and New York In connection with Majr i, 180S.
four which are for cattle cost $30000,000 ,- 8 and 1J and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. _
should be swallowed within hour after
an .3il carries sleeper from Jjeksonvtlle to Atlauta and Chattanooga. Thl* Is brought to
between them think of the
; eating fruit.A. Jacksonville by No.33.
hospitals and churches, and fancy the To have its full benellcal effect, All hagiraire will be checked front Union Depot. Ticket* will (till be sold at the city ticket
office. well at the Union depot ticket office..
202 Hnirnn Street a* as
market value of the parks cut into nothing else should be eaten at the time lt. W. CAMPBF.LL, Passenger Agent. J. F. MAR-WALL,Tickut Agent, 202 W Bay St., cor.noiran away,
fruit Is taken.It Jacksonville. WALTER GOLEM VN, Uen'l Traveling As-ent, Jacksonville.G. Z"1""! T eontln*. tb The Advocate is still giving
city lots. The entrances alone at Hyde is to the ncgloct of these observances M. HOLDFN, T. P. A., St.Augustine, Fla. A. O. MacOONELL, Gen. Pass. Agent. 2S .1'j. .. .eS forhabit.tot>a ro.NO-TO-UAC wlihdTw A auutuI uumul free, tobacco seed of the finest grade.

Park are said.to have cost nearly$7,300000. ,- that erroneous impressions prevail in ... purtn.. u. bioiS rtrWl I k L'JJrTti Call and get some, with Instructions ">r

many families; and to an extent, too, -in tor*, lo.t in.aho
many Instances, that the most luscious Remember that'the Ijjdian Rrvsn IP"We would esteem the favor If our Ui b..nt.B.r,. Vjfl I ilvAJ5 ,,'J 400.000

peach or apple, or bunch of grapes, is Advocate does all kinds of job printing jeoders when writing calling ">"<>*V lWlMI H l|> >rO-TO-B C froa Is draw"to
or
clean white silk l.tco soak It inirllk upon ', Subscriber attention
To regarded as that much embodied cholera at short notice. Send them an order JtmLW-irTr' w" erorslrt.> your
and be convinced that It is the place to our advertisers to purchase merchandise, the name-and-date slip pasted up
and in
souso
over night warm soapsuds and death. When will men learn tobe etc, would mention the Advocate. area,
j It
have done. n your paper or wrapper. yoa
the next morning. observant aud reflective ? Job printing e
rUM* lCta* ,Umfllwt im arrears, please remit.



INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 29, 1898.



HOTELS All-tlie-year-roiiiid. HOTELS SUMMER MH'IKTIKS. KTC.
RESORTS.ST. THE HOUSE'S SHOES.

INDIAN ItlVKIl GUAIUW.

...NEW YORK... AUGUSTINE. MOW OFTEN THEV NEED REPLENISHING Drill at the Armorv, o\er county jail, ex err
AND WHAT THEY COST.Reaettlng ruenday evening In the i ith, at 8 o'clock.C. .
It. SlhlVAKl', Captain,
The only hotel on the bay. Summer

OCEAN YIEW HOTEL rates for permanent guests. Excellent Old Shoe* fonts About Half as V. 1'. 8. C. K.
table. Ono of the best places on the Atlantio Meets
Much a* New Onrn The I'ao uf Hubber every ftuniiav eveningat ((1:30: o'clockat
Coast to spend your summers. the rreabyterlnn ilnmli.iMiii'iiiij.t .
Good lade C trrl so Horned' Mtoee Coat Mora
fishing, sailing, and surf-bathing.
ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
For rates, addicss F. C. IIAYDEX, Mgr.OUMO.NI Than Thow of Work Hornet*. : oitnut tkmiiius.TttitMlllo .

I Mlg,. No. IT invela everv TnesilnyOMiiinn
A work borso's shoes cost a good deil: Tio; in rri'HtiUcrian < linr< ii. 1'tibhomot'timis
> more than its driver's shoes da Truok llnt TuOMlu>.ln horses horses and thogroat UAUDNr.l:. o. w. m onii:,
delivery wagou Heu't. C. T.
number of horses used for various

HOTEL COQUINA ORMOSD-BY-TIIE-SEA, FLORIDA. working purposes, including many .rilt'ItCIIKN.
horses driven to hacks and other pnblio

Open for Summer Season of 1S0S. Fine surf-b.ithing, Ashing, tiding, (hiving carriages, aro ordinarily shod once a K.'iMnr.w. mi urn.Strvlcna .

aud wheeling. Sea Food a Specialty. mouth at a cost of $'i.60, so Unit tho Sml, ami 41 h Snixln-ta In enrUui
Mb M. VANCE, Proprietress.Kates work horse's hhous are likely to cost iilli.iit II a m. ami T.iii: |i. m. Siiiiilay rlio<4nvwy
$2.00 per day; $8 to $10 per woek. / Hniiiliiar'.i .in n. in. I.\piiIiiit lrnjtriaS
$30 a your any wuy, and there nitty bo p. in, on \\ eilnf>mlii\K. l.ltany nerilcv UW17
Friday at l a. m.Arthileiu'on.
some additional expense for sharpening 11. P. Ilnnwx, Rector.VlthMIYTKHIAN .
Ni\V SMYUXA. and rosottlng.

Sharpening costs $1.CO. Whether thin Till ItC II.fWvli'tmcxcry .

NEW SMYRNA FLORIDA is necessary or not depends, of courso, SuMwnli nt It a. m.iiiul7.'ini>..iii.Siin .
HOTEL NELMS primarily upon the weather. It may dopend Is kept duiing the Summer under tho of tho Hunt I'raxur ine.ilii| on \\ oilnenilnv evening
open management much upoti tho time day ill 1 .1(1 Hie pulilU' inn I'orill.ill) Intiteil to niltuml -
of Mr. S. L. Story. Special attention will ho given to traveling men; horse is driven. Thorn may be Benson* our hcv\ Irna.Hev.l'AI.
also special rates by the week or month to families. 1'4 miles to Ocean liench; in which sharpening is not uecosbiiry I.IIKIUOMAX. I'uttor.innmr .

good bicycling; row and sailboats free for use of guests. For rates, etc., address Not all drivers get tho shoes of their .

S. L. STORY, New Smyrna, Fla.SUWANNEE horses sharpened oven when tho going cmiitii.VroHchtnu
every tt ml am1 fourth Siinilava,
is slippery. Surh going may come about nioi'iiinic 11ml etfiiiiiK. I'lnvrr Vlci-luiita every
suddenly and unexpectedly, aud it maybe W01t11eml.1v centum at Ton o'rloi k. Sumluy
Sl'KINtSS, TLA.Suwannee School e\eiy Miiiiiluv nt II.4A n. in. Alwi 1 leai h.loir .
of brief duration, and then there are llrnt roimlnv at IjKiinnixo. All are tonllully
drivers who nndor ordinary circumstances Invlteil to atteml.
THE SOUTH'S FAMOUS HEALTH V .
V. Hi'i.i rnntor.MEriioni.sT
Fla. take tho risk of tho greater cost
Springs RESORT. all tho .
Open year.Curo
animal
of a broken shaft or an injured
JACKSON villi:. < iii'Hrii.Hiiitiihir >
Bright's disease, all kidney, bladder ami liver trouble, rheumatism and to save the cost of sharpening. Of work
thlnl
M-rvlccH every flmt, anil fourth
dyspepsia. Excursion tickets for sale from all points over tho Plant System and horsos in general probably something ftiinunx* at 11 a. 111. ami T (Ml p, 111. Humliiy
* F. C Hotel Placide s Board Ten Dollars pur week. ANDREW 1IANLKY, wheu the going is slippery. Tberuaro 'iiifiin each Thurnilunliihtiit Humlay nt it :til p. T.ono'clock.111. rraor nicotinic 'I'lieImllca'
evciy
mIn Geo.'} Manager, Suwanueo Springs, Fla.OLIVElt some, however, whose shoes are almost A! l Hocletv mcctn every Metlnemlavill.
all kept sharpened at such times, ..Inil: p in. KierjIiiiily Vielcoiiiu at uur chunk
the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between oast and west aurvloea.

one block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout, Sl> Enst Toiinos.seo. theso being tho horses that work ut A, W. .1. IIKHf, 1'nittnr.CATiioi.it' .
Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all trains. Terms ft-J.50 per day and ItINCj night and in tho early morning before

upwards. Special rates by the week. JOHN' S. BOWEX, ProprietorTravelers' tho sun has softened tho ice or melted mritcii.8crvli'en .

OLIVER SPRINGS Anderson Co. East Tenn. it uway. Theso include horses driven at in a, in. vcrHiimlnv.. In nc-o
to milk wagons, bilkers' horses, and soon Church hullilliiK, North iltSmvlllo. Children
how often tho shoos arw sharpened catechlain at t p. in.ItKV..
Hew Summer resort In the South. On J. K. 0'Hovi.K, Renter.JMI'NM'II'AI. .
The most delightful tho Southern Railway; depending ou the going.
Hotel. high up In the far-famed range of the Cumberland Mountains, 1,500 feet above the Usually when n horse is shod he is

. MaDagement. level of the sea. No moBquitoos. No malaria. Nights always cool. Days' never shod nil oround. Sometimes there is ticc ..
excessively warm. Nino mineral springs in the grounds (all different). Special
rates over all raihoads. Write for ratos nud folders. N. F. 1'OWEL, Prop. *.,'ou to put on' u single shoe, as when TOWN lot'NCII..
FELIX GAKCIA, Proprietor, - JACKSONVILLE, FLA. a librae throws a shoo. Tho cost of asiuglo
innwir; R. S. Smith, ninrnhnl;
new shoe is one-fourth tho cost I). II. rrlleharil, tux collector; 8. n,*, iinlamlliiKIiiiiii. -
WHITE MOUNTAINS N. II. of u sot in tho case of a work horse ((1!) cleik ami annimHor, Minor H. .tones. .Inn. .
Electric Lights, Electric Bolls, Baths, Complete Service. It Malkcr, !:. I.. Ilnuly, .1. M. I limit., W. It.
cents. The churge for rosottlng the old Knox, coiinclliueii. The council meets seconiiami
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IX FLORIDA.y shoe would ho 1)6 cents. Resetting in fourth Momln.ia Iu each month.noun *

; Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. New Mount Pleasant House general, from one shoo up, costs about 7
>f tuw.ii:.
TE mountains. h. one-half, or a little more than half, as

OrEN FOR ITS FOURTH SEASON,July 2nd, I8'18. The com) with which It Is reached from much as fitting a horse with new shoes.In month Meets at rierv S no o't aceomi lock In M viliienilny roouin over nlitlit iiontoltlcn.Jml In each.
Cor. Bay & Bridge SU., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. New York, Its pure water, pure air nncl great olevntlon, make it pumillarlv desirable uh a Hummer putting ou a single shoo an old shno e M. H. .loiien, prcnli'ent, Mill. M. Jllomi.Ireiinii'eri .
ruHort. The famous driven of. the White MmiutuiiiH are all tributary to Mount rinaxant. The horh Hunt, .
The Elliot Under new management. Each department are carefully aeloctoil Now Kuitlanil stock,ami ninnc of the vehicle* were maile exprennly for would commonly bo used, to iiuiko it .1.11. lecrctury.r
furnished absolutely new with all modem improvements. the Mount l'loiuiant Hoiina, all ol them ponMeaaliiK; the reiiulHttpa of perturt comloit anil Ratoty. match those remaining on. If it is not
The tenula courts and bowling allnva are constructed the most approveil niethoila. There lit
upon
much tho shoo tho horsu has H NTV Ol TICKItH.8CIIIIOI .
too
Overlooking the St. .Johns Hiver. a nno golf course, a well-lalcl-out baseball diamond, an archery range and croquet ground. wcitu,
Within three blocks of the Union depot,-Clyde S. S. Co., and new postolllce. All cast would bo put back if tho driver
ANDERSON & TRICE
of Hotel Orniond
managers ( Fla.
electric cars pass the door. Free Bus. ) picked it up. It is suitable aud it fits.If llOAItl).

Rates: European, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 per day. American, from $2.00up it has not been picked up, then u J. H. Hnowilen, Tltunvlllei It. N.Cocoaj Anilrewn,

per day. slipper is put on from the pile iu the H. K. Illlilm, Mnllioiirnu.
M. O. FIXLEY DALTDN, OA. A PERFECT REMEDY FOR
the of
shop, slipper being shop uaino
Jacksonville, Fla. BED BUGS. the worn shoo taken off aud thrown COUNTV COMMlHBIONKK .

aside when a horse is roshod. W. It. Hhnrpe, Hliar]>e chnlrmaii | ..loneekMniiilel
POPULAR SUMMER RESORT.
iJKJrunjtei ,1. It. Walker, 'lltunvllle;
A Horses huve peculiarities iu wearing .Inn. Ilounton, l'jiu (lulllei.I.N. Waller, Aiikonu.lUirnhir .
housekeeper to the Western
wilting their shoes, just as men da Some wear nHHloiinure liulil Itrat Monday In eanlimonth.
Rural, after giving at length her experience .
EVERETT HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA. them olf tho at
moro at toe, some more V
Dalton is of the
Georgia, now one with ineffective remedies conludes
-
most popular Summer Resorts in the the heel, and some wear them more on COUNTY OFOTCIALH. *
her letter as follows: side than the other. Horses'
one ou
South climate delightful, scenery superb Minor a. .Toiien, Tltunvllle, eounty jmlire) II.I. .
Largest, best, and coolest; choice rooms for summer, $1.."0, $2, $.'1, $5 Weekly, beautiful diives, good livery. No ono can tell, unless they have had shoes wear olf more quiokly on granite .. Ouiilden, Tlriinvlllo, |ironpiuirliiur ull.orncyjA.

Elevator, baths, bell service, etc CIIAKLES A. OAKES, Hotel Dalton is the home of the resort- a like expeiiooce, how porfectly exasperating pavements thuu they do ou asphalt, and K.. A.Woolen rtiowart.Tltimwille, t'ocon, tax ,ananniiori clerk eiicnit K. court W. Hull 1 .1.,

seeker and commercial traveler. Elegantly such a, waifare became. TIioho the greatly increased use of iksphnlt Hhuipen, tat collector| John Henry, Tltunvllle,
built electric bells elevator telephone J. II.Hama,Courtenuv, KiiperlnteMilent -
pavement has led to a correspondingly treiwururi
bugs would hide in ambush tho *
through piihlin Inntriictloiii ,1. O. Krlen, l Itunvllln,
TITUSVILLE. hot and cold baths on floor.
,
every increased of rubber iu horses'shoos
uso pads J.I'. Itrown. 'lltunvllle, nlierlir.Malarloii .
lien nt y surveyor)
Special ratos to families. Many come day, Bonding out a spy or two occasionally
foothold
to give tho horses a better
each summer from lower Georgia and ,, ami when the darkness of night
liubber pads, as well as tho shoes,
insriDi.nsr eivbe soaris: Florida. came on they would ,come In a perfect are fitted to tho horse's foot and nulledon With Mitlni'lon TalilntsOuaranteod

Further Information given byD. sally. I began to think that nothing with tho shoo. Shoos with rubber Cure for ('Mils, Fever and
L. DETTOU, Prop.,
Dalton, Ga, short of making a bonfire of tho house pads ofthis] kind for work borsos, cost, Ague Druggists, or money, refunded, COcents. All 11

TITUSVILLE would ever exterminate them. put on/14 or <0 u sot. They ure likely

But after fighting them In all ways for to wear longer thun shoes without pads, During the civil war tho Confederate

Indian Rivr several years, and being advised by tho but they are commonly replaced or reset cruisers enptiired or ilest roved Hi) ships,
r. New Window Draperiee. at tho end of a month. Tho necessity 40 bilgs, 117 M'hooneis and H other vessels
hired to "set the steel
man trap for
The assurance is glvea that the cornice for reshoeing tho horse at intervals Hying the American ling.
Fla.W&&r0penAIlme. and vallunce are surely coming Into them," I ono day. In sheer desperation, of about a mouth is duo in a considerable

favor. The New York Tribune 'illustrates caught up the camphor bottle and emptied degree to tbo natural growth of thohorse's Most JW'tiiitli'iil IMiwn 011 IikIIiiiItlvcr >

the design of a draped window in nearly all the contents Into the euros hoofs, which retjnlro trimming 11t

modification of the Louis XVI period, !vo sublimate, and with my feather or other attention about onoo iu sooften. for Mill*', at a (..rentItarfruiii.

Yeap- when carved wood cornices and embroidered made one more application (after It had In the oiiho of iron shoes, at thn .

silk druperies were in vogue. partly dissolved the corrosive sublimate) end of a month, wheu they are.taken
While the tendency of the prosent day off, they aro likely to be too inuoh worn TI10 faiuiius Tin key Creole Grove, consisting
Only a few minutes' is to a simplicity of design and the to tho cracks and crevices of both bodsteads to go another mouth, and now shoes aropnt of 11 neies of orunge grove ami10
the curtain material simply and rooms. The result soon neies of land fronting on Indian Klver
of
B walk from Hallway stations utilizing on. Iu the case of rubber pud shoes,
combination proved that I had nt last the right kjridof and Tut key Cieek, with stenmbout landing
*
and Steamboat land as a method of grouping if they aro not too mnoh worn, they ore mid Tillman and railroad

ings.J of tone or colors for effect in connection ammunition, and the battle was won S reset, and this may be done in perhaps station on the K.poatofilce K. V. 11'y. On the

J On the banks of the with the side wall decoration, tho BimG From that day to this I do not le- 40 or CO per oent of tho cases. Sometimes place, lying on the west side of Indian

far-famed Indian River. member of seeing another onoof those the old shoe's may be put back Hiver, throe miles south of Molbotirno,

i awful bugs In that house. Victory was with new pads, sometimes the old pads two miles from Atlantlo ocean beach.
with new shoes. It depends a good deal About 4H( ) good bearing orange trees,
mine last and If
at peifect complete
,
WEST PALM IIKACII. on the manner hi which the horse weursthem. linlnnre In young trees, will yield' about
any of the readers of this paper aie Ho that while the first, cost of 1000 boxes this year. Can bo- made
suffering from this "pestilence that to yield 2MI0( boxes a year In two years.Servant's .
rubber pud shoes is considerably greater
walketh in darkness," I would advise thuu thut of plain idioos tho net cost is house mid good packing house
Seminole Hotel and rooms above. Good llshtng, quail,
them to uso this remedy, for I am certain not so much greater. deer ami duck hunting up Tui key Creek;

It Is a sure cure, costing but a few cents, The price, charged for shoeing a private lino harbor for boats; lovely river front,

OPEN ALL THE YEAR. aod as there Is no patent on it, It is coach or carriage horse isfl more with beautiful forest trees.' Hammock

within the retch of all. As It is a deadly than for shoeing a work horse, or fit. CO, lands for sale cheap. Apply toI
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. aud robber pad shoes, such as those described ). I,. Gaui.mk.v,
poison, care should be taken to have tl e
This hotel Is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close totne for carriage horses cost fS or #0a Atty. for owners,
bottle marked and
railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel, plainly kept away set. Such horses are reshod ordinarily, Tltnsvllle, Fla.Malarlon .

lth fishing tackle on board for the use of.guests. Rates, from $2.00 per day and from children. / like most horses, once a month, and asa

"pwards; special rates by the week or month. rule their shoes are also reset in the la eij.lorne.l by iMit I'hyalclana

GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor. Boma Kamarlcnblo Balls. middle of the mouth. And tho shoes of and guaranteed to Cure Chills, Fever amiAgue.

Sir Boyle Kocbo is best known to private carriago horses are more commouly All druggists or from Mofllt-
kept sharpened in slippery weather West Drug Co., St. Louis.PILES.
MIAMI.'Hotel fame as the man who urnelled a rat, saw
than are those) of work horses. Women
bim and hiivin
floating iu the air nipped
the bod, but a writer in the current are moro likely to be disturbed by

' Cornbill has oneurtbed some less familiar the slipping of a horse thuu a man \\t tVi

Miami MIAMI, FLORIDA. Lulls from the sumo eminent wonld tie, and the carriage horses are
valuable than workhorses
source. For example, discoursing ou the usually more
relations between England and Ireland, and less risk of injury la taken.In .

The largest all-the-year-round hotel in the city. Eight hundred feet Sir Boyle declared that "he is an enemy some casea it might be that the f sarr>re l the tortarea oftha damna charge for shooing a horso, either m carriage with protrudlns piles brought on by constipation
broad verandas. Rates, $2.00 per day and upward.MRS. to botb kingdoms who wishes to diminish with wblen I waa amlctml for twenty
horso work horse would be
? the brotherly affection of the two or a yaurs. I raa Borons your CAHCARr.TS In tba

JULIA D. TUTTLE, Owner.t SHOW I SO CORKICK AUD VALANCX. sister countries." This is, however, no according to tho time required rather town equal of Nawell.them. To-day la., and I am never entirely found free aoythloarto from

pie straight curtain need not always be better than the benevolent wish of the than by the job, as, for example. In piles and faal Ilka a new man."

I Ttia Critic*. adhered to. In the design shown the governor of Georgia, iu bis speech at the case of a lama horse, in shoeing a H. Kbits. Mil Jonas bt., Sioux City. Is.CANOV .

Flick Call bim a musician! Why, cornice and vallance are both covered the lust Atlanta exposition, that the occasion which more than the nsual time would

t no;'. Fancy.'George be doesn't know the difference between with the same plain material as the side might be an entering wedge be needed. Shoes are made and fitted

," said bis mother, "why doJ a nocturne aud a' symphony. curtains. The embroidery or appliqueon which wonld bring about a more perfect to meet any requirement, and the cost V CATHARTIC

o pay so ranch attention to that Midaieton i Flack Yon don't mean it? vallance can be omitted to meet the unity between uortb aud south. might be, according to the amount of

girl? She has a face like an apple And they borry to get away from one intended expenditure without detriment work and time expended, from f 1 to $5

Each is terribly afraid that the to the general effect. The addition of a for a single shoe. New York Son.
another. Ml IVovol Boat."Do raa et mass asaisTsssO'L '
*
,. .ibat'B "T favorite pie, mother," other will ask, "By the way. what is cornice and vallanoe is certain to oome Doing

George. Cleveland Plala Dealer the difference?" Boston Transcript. into favor, for it serves the twofold purpose yon think. Grimly, that you do Moro r waiTtM Mea. >
lATE THtPlaaaant.
what should to brighten ybnr
of connecting at the top two disjointed "yon The steam power of the world may be
The Shocked Briton.Er * strips of material and permits borne? Palatable. INitant. Taata Oood. raGood. >
0*
U "I* reckoned as equivalent to the strength .
|( Korean paper "I've in electric lights and Navar Mlnkao. Waakaa.ut Orlpa. mo.** Soo.
) A" antHcalphag: lawl" gasped the either China or Japan. In bU> of which the curtain to hang in straight, dignified pat gas, else to make of 1,000,000,000 men, whichla more CURB CONSTIPATION. ...
lamps. If there's anything
ntuti tourist headline. umbrella folds in preference to the oblique Ian*. SI*
as he read the countries it is in demand tor than twio* the number of workmen existing. MM
"eat heavens. Is it possible that scalp"till roofing and as a substitute for and light excluding lines of the ordinary It brighter, I'm ready to invest. Detroit SoMaadsnarantaad by altilrw.* .
overs,
Free Press. JsiCTooaoooUal.lt.
> ?'* surtaina. HU'IU'llACal.wto
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INDIA*. BIVEB ADVOCATE, JULY, *9.898.mi .


PROGRESS OF THE WAR.T. sent to them. The only others Included Cheap Trip to Orlando.Hon. .
in the capitulation are 2,000 troops atBaracoa

and 1,000 at SagUa. They have of
William A. Bawls chairman
Principal Happenings of the Week. not yet been turned over, but are no the Democratic State Executive, Committee (Successor to Lovett<& Carroll.)

msmi Santiago de Cuba, July 23. General here in General Garcia's vicinity. He isat -, announces that the railroads FRUITS and VEGETABLES of
Shatter's refusal to permit the entrance Jiguraoey to-day, apd reached there have made a special rate of one-and-a GROCERIES, All Kiidd
I of armed Cubans Into Santiago is an extioniely without encountering any Spaniards. quarter fare for the round trip on account
wise measure, as In th.se excited Port of Guanica, Island of Porto Rico, of the State convention at Orlando Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage -, ,mTITUSVILLE
times there might be trouble.Unai July 25, 2 p. m., via the Island of St. on Wednesday next, August 3rd, .
mod persons, however, are free to Thomas, July 20, morning. The United from all points in Florida. Tickets will FLORIDA
enter at all times. As soon as the Span- States military expedition under the be on sale August 2nd and 3rd, good for
S. WOOD.... i ImIi soldiers have embarked, Cubans will command of Major General Nelson A. return trip until Monday, the 7th.A .
1 be allowed to enter the city freely. Miles commanding the army of the United aE3Hi aBaESaOSaT C B
DRY CLOTHING The Cubans here resent General Shatter's States, which left Guantanamo Bay O.
GOODS, attitude in ignoring General Gap la during the evening of Thursday last, was Big Peach Crop. Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple & Fancy
Groceries Grain. Hay Groceries
Furn,8hJtOI and in refnsing to allow the Cuban lauded here successfully to-day after a Fm,

NOTIONS, rn ni.Cenu' troops to enter Santiago, or to consult skirmish with a detachment of the SparlJsh The entire Georgia peach crop is estlas And Food Products of all kinds. u. ..., .*. ,. * vviwuoceu m.. a,
General Garcia on the terms of the surrender troops and a crew of thirty, belong mated at 2,500 carloads, against from Food and Wheat. We are the only bouse on Indian River dealing ,.x, m,,Gro,,!
,
and 10(1( Went nay Street, of the city. General Garcia's ing to the launch of the United States 1,200 to 1,500, the largest crop in previous the above line of goods. We invite your coirespondence and solicit yon, , "
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. action in wlthdi awing his troops into auxiliary gunboat Gloucester, formerly years. This big increase is not Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO. Tit.m. k'Kljr '
,
the interior, his letter to General Shatter J. Pierpont Morgan's steam yacht Corsair. only due to a good season, but also to F1
and the resignation of his command, the increased acreage; and the crop next
JOSEPH ZAPF.... forwarded to General Gomez, are approved Four of the Spaniards were killed, but year. If favorable conditions prevail,

WHOLESALE DKAI.KII ,- and applauded by all classes ofnatives. no Americans were hurt. ,, The troops promises to be even larger, and will
General Garcia refused to accept were pushed forward promptly in order probably reach 3,000 cars. And still Losley & Mollow9<
Inheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n a subordinate place, insisting that to secure the railroad leading to Ponce, peaches have been selling af from 20 to
he was an ally. General Shatter's answer which is only about ten miles east of 40 cents per small basket in Titusville.
Famous St. Louis Lager Beer, saying that this was a war between this place. From Ponce there is an excellent (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)

fcold by Losley & Motlow, Titusville.WHOLKHAt.K Spain the United, irrespective States and of Cuba's the kingdom individual of miles north military to San road Juan.running sixty-five Sums of Money Disbursed Among Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines,, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Whiskies,

Lt0.l'0it I>EALEIt, interests, and President McKinley's instructions Washington, D. C, Joly 2rt. The Troops in Florida. Bottled Beers Ales and Stont.A .
Spanish Government has sued for ,
with reference to the administration peace,
West Bay St Jacksonville, and of the surrendered district, published not Indirectly through the great powers The-army paymasters, who were recently First-class Line of Cigars ** Billiard and Pool
Tables
Sanford, Fla here yesterday, are Interpreted asa of Europe, but by a direct appeal to at Camp Cuba Libre, Jacksonville ,
tacit avowel of American intentions to President McKinley. returned there on Sunday lastfiom Family and hotel trade Is solicited, Prorapt andjcareful attention given fo ma"
HENRY R.THOMASVj annex the island and not to grant The proposition was formally submitted Miami, where they paid off the First ordors. Cash must accompany your order, LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titusville,Fla.JLm. .
independence. to the President at 3 o'clock this Division of the Seventh Army Corps.
VILLA This is opposed by the Cubans. Senor afternoon by the French Ambassador, The total amount paid the troops runs
....LA PHARMACY. Jouquin Castillo, president of the San M. Jules Cambon, who had received Instructions up to S5,000, of which $180,000 was .
Carlos Cuban Club, and a brother of from the Foreign Office at distributed at Miami and $278,000 InJacksonville.
Keeps all Kinds of General Castillo, urges an official protest Paris to deliver to the United States The paymasteis have also ]::: Will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of

Pure Drags Fancy and Toilet Articles. to President McKinley without delay, Government the tender of peace formulated paid off the Third Ncbiaska Regiment,
saying : "Silence now would indicate by the Spanish ministry. At the which recently arrived at the latter CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
*
Prices to suit.SOI our consent to the Ameiican attitude, conclusion ot the conference between the place. 9300,000 will be paid the troops !
which is a plain breach of faith that the President and the French Ambassador, n Jacksonville for July.EST" .
Adams St., cor. Madison, Cubans cannot possibly tolerate." the following official statement was issued DRESSED AND ROUGn.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.l'lneapiile from the White House: Also Mouldings and Turned Woik, Bilck, Lime, Cement, Crates of all description!
New York, July 21. Prisoners of war Reading notice ads. on this page
cheering the fUg, the Hag of their cap "The French Ambassador, on behalf of ire live cents per line per week.MoToBae .
the Government of Spain, and by direction
tors the unu-tiiil
was sight witnessed at
I'liuiH fur Sale.It .
of the Spanish Minister of Fqrelgn
the Union Dock in Brooklyn to-day. The
Affairs, presented to the President this for Fifty Cents.
will i>ay you to call on or address sight was all the more significant as the afternoon at the White House a Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak
M. K. Johns, of "Water Oak I'lnery." If cheers came from Spanish throats. from .the Spanish Government looking message% men strong, blood pure. 6uc.fl. All druggists INrSTJBjfi.N'OB-.
The 25J prisoners captured on the four
yon want pineapple plants, as follows:
the termination of the war, and the settlement
brnootli Cayenne, Abbaka, Envll-Cllle prize steamers now in port were about to of terms of peace." I represent the Old Hartford, Liverpool and London and Globe Aetna,!
sail for home under the British
and flag.
is guaranteed J.iinica Kipjeys.Hist class.Every Address plant sold They were on board the Hesperla, one of ROBBINS & GRAHAM Providence & Washington, Fireman's Fund, and Sun Mutual,

M. B. Johns, the Anchor,Line, and Just as she backed Married. EjT* Lowest rates guaranteed. Write for rates, etc, toC.

{stuart, Fla.Jf.iucy out of the dock,one of the patrol gunboats .. S. SCHUYLER, Agent.Titusville .
came by. With one accord the Last Wednesday, at the residence ofMr. .DLso.xvyoacjs.
prisoners raised three mighty cheers, and Mrs. E. P. Branch, Melbourne, Fla.We .
Pineapple Slip* & Suck which startled the petpie) on the Brooklyn Mrs.'M. E. Harris was mariied to Mr. T.C. WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND
em for Sale.Abbakas shore, and could be heard on Governor's Till, both of Micco. Only a few
Island. It was the best they could friends were present. They have the UNITED STATES COURTS. James Pritcuard, President; W. M. Brown, Vice-President;
Egyptian Queen, Golden do In thanking Uncle Sam for the kindness best wishes of their many friends along C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
tieen, Porto Kico, Smooth Cayenne anil lavished on them while they were the East Coast.
Red Spanish. Apply toMadpock prisoners. ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished
Jfc Matthams, Havana July 21. In accordance with INDIAN RIVER STATE BAM
Slats for Indian Klver Plnerlen.
"Palm Beach finery," defend the determination Havana against of the the inhabitants attacks to of for Lands in Brevard and Dade
,
West Palm Beach, Fla.I'liioupple .
the Ameiican foices, the city has lately The Hodges Mills, at Satsuma Heights, under
Connties. (Incorporated the Laws of the State of Florida.)
been conveited Into a Sebastopol and have recently sold thirty carloads of slats
Slip* ami Sucker* Malakotf. Gient animation reigns in the to the pinenpple gioweis in the vicinity Authorized capital, $100,000

Vor Sale.Mf cltv and the most intense enthusiasm isoUpIayed of Eden and Jensen. The slats are to be Paid up capital, $25,000
amoifg the regular tioops and used for making sheds over the pines, have a large List
the following varieties, Smooth the volunteers. Military exercises and and twenty more carloads will probably Average deposits. $150,000
Cayenne, Envil Cities, Abbakas and diills aie being held constantly. All the bo sent to Indian River by the above of Lands owned by

Ited .Spanish, grown fiom young, plants forces express desiie to measuie arms firm one of our numeiotis advertising Transacts a General Banking
a.n.1 without cover. For pi Ices, call onor with the invaders, and a determination patrons. ourselves and clients.
addieMS C. A. Rdiiinhov, to sell their lives denrly, If necessary, in Business.
Kden, Indian River, Fla.CEO. defense of the honor of their country. Kvpiilrilcan Comity Ticket. Price for unimproved
Washington, I). C July 24. The War
Department, at midnight, posted the lands $3 to $100 Largest and Oldest Bank on tbe Rim
1 The Is the ticket In
following following put nomination
W. DAVISON & CO. :
Exchange sold on all Foreign Countries.
"Santiago, via Hayti. July 24 Adjutant by the republican county convention acre.
ffralt & Produce Commission Merchants. General of the Army, Washington, held at Melbourne on the 2ilthInst per DIRECTORS
I). C: Lieutenant Mi ley has returned : For member of the Legislature,
Florida Products; Oranges, PINE'APPLES horn San Luis and PalmaSorlado, where C. T; McCarty; for treasurer, Frank II. jAS.PBIT the-National UARDW.B.BAHVETTl'r Hank ot Jacksonville( J IJnitof HDurkee
WE have few Residence
a Orange
; Watermelons, Tomatoes and ho went four days ago to receive surrender Fee; for tax assessor, John McAlhstet ;. (Vice-freHiilent National llankn
other vegetables a specialty. of Spanish troops. The number surrendered for tax collector, A. C. Dlttmar; for Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable Jacksonville), and W. M. Hb.iw.nCORRE8PONDF.NT9
membeis of School Board Dr. G. W.
,
307"JOf311nt) : : Poydras Street was larger than General Total
leported, 3,005 Spanish tioops and 350 Holmes, Geo. W. Scobie and W. I.Allen. locations. Pi Ices Reasouable. Seaboard National Hank of New York n4
"'
> NEW OR&EANS, LA. volunteer guerillas volunteers gave up National Bank of Jacksonville

Refer to looat agents of all Express Cos looalfroillht their arms and gave parole and have gone TITUSVILLE F-i ATitusville
RKent or tli Loutnvllle A Naxhvtllo K'y, -
to work-.three thousaud stands of TITUSVILLE
; arms Change of 8teamb at Schedule.
(tarnunU Nat'l Knnk, Metropolitan Hunk, N. O. Offices i
wore turned in loaded on ox-carts, and and MIAMI.
started to the railroad. Tho Spanish
Established 1800.T. Commencing Monday last, the steamer
troops accompanied him to San Luis
and all St. Augustine, of the I. R. & B. B. I. N. ESTABLISHED 1878.AVm. .
are apparently greatly delighted
PARK at the of Company, leaves Titusville Mondays and East Coast Meat Market
E. & CO. prospects returning home. They
at 5:15 at St.Lucie A.
were on the verge of starvation, and I Wednesdays : p. m. arriving BOXJRS & CO....
have to send them rations to-morrow. If River Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Commission Merchants..Receivers the numbers keep up as they have there Returning, leave St. Lucie River Tuesdays DUREN, Agent. GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS.
will be about 24,000 to ship a way neailv and Fiidays, arriving at Titusville E3S **n .
12,000 here, 3,000 from San Luis, 0,000 Wednesdays and Satuidays; connecting
0 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.We .
from Guantanamo and both north and south with J., T. & K.W. ,
of Florida Fruits and Baracoa., over 2,000 atSagua train at Titusville. handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A'complete stogk of Iliy.

SHAFTER Freight for Indian River and Lake (= Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, CottonSeed Meal, both blight and
(Signed)
and Vegetables. "Maior General, Commanding., Worth should leave Jacksonville Saturdays pa dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
and Mondays to prevent delay. Star Brand Fertilizers Guaranteed Analysis,Orange tree and Vegetable Fertiliser,Pure Ground
Capt. McKay, commodore of the Bone.Nitrate Soda, Muriate of I'otaeh, Sulphate Potaith, Kalnlt, etc These fertilioirii 1 >
Oranges, Pineapples ami Florida Shatter fleet of transpoits, has returned superior in the market,and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue free.
Fruits a Specialty.Reference1 to Tampa. He says that Santiago is the For Charter,
worst pest hole he ever saw, and that anAmeiican
?: Citizens' Exchange not an Immune who goes there thereliable. hour, I
Bank, Richmond, V.i.; living National .now is taking his lifo in his own hands.He day or week. Safe and Rates WEIil- SHOULD SMILE!
Bank, New York. says that the place is naturally the reasonable. Address,
home of yellow fever, but that for Stanley Kitchino, owner, Well, boys, you can smile any time job
1 Stencils and any Inform it Inn desired months the poople there have been in Miami, Fla, Flo'rida.JAS. feel like it over our splendid victories, and
furnished on application. such reduced circumstances that tho have one in our pure and high grade Baker

37 Jay Street, place has grown in filth until it Is almost Whiskey, that will warm the cockle*
Impossible for any one to stay in the your heart without any ill effects. Our fin?
NEW YORK CITY, X. Y. place. Rye Whiskey is an appetizer, a bracer
Washington, July 2.>. The War Depni PRITCHARD & SON. an Tnvigorator at the same time. It pro-
tment was busied to-day hurrying the . vents bowel and stomach troubles ditrmf
Fish For Sale.I .
dispatch of the remainder of the Miles hot weather.

expedition against Porto Rico. Michprotiiess JOHN CLARK SOX & CO.,
am pi epared to supply fresh fish to'liotcls lloaclcixmrtora forHardware
has been made that it Is hoped
boarding homes and private Commission Merchants and dealer* l
that all ofjli* tioops will be on Poito
-families. Call at first fish house on tait- Rican soil within a week at tho latest. Groceries, Grain, Coal, Wines & Liquor*,
road wharf. D. C. Caidwkii,
Titusville Fla. General Miles is not expected to defer JACKSONVILLE, FLA.X3T' .
his lauding until Unit time, but presumably nroilliM
will pick out a suitable place for Consignments .of country

For Kale, encamping his troops and establish himself solicited.
ashoie awaiting tho anival of tho '
Choice orange lands five and ten acre other detachments now on their way. .
lota at the beautiful town of Daytonn, The War Department has decided to + ,
on the East Coast. Easy terms. Also send the First Florid t, Second Georgia THE C. B. ROGERS
homes In Floilda. Investments made and Fifth Maryland Regiments, now at Agricultural Implements, Crockery, Lamps
.tod loaned Tampa, to Porto Kioo.
money on Jacksonville pioOperty. -
Coubti.ani> Bcckman, Tampa, July 2.). It wns learned around and Glassware, Fishing Tackle, and Ammunition Importers and Wholesale Grocers.
22, Hogan street, headquaiters this afternoon that tho
Jacksonville, Fla.Kntangtod First Florida Regiment would be brought Stoves, 'TinwareTITUSVILLE and barbed wire. ....Provisions Grain Hay Flour Grits Meal Etc....
back from Fernandina in a few days tobe ,

In a Wire Four*. sent to Porto Rico. FLORIDA. Sole Agents for i the tra*
0ur bU8iness confined to
The Morgan sailed for Porto Rico late ,

A fine an tiered buck that had received this afternoon. The Third Ohio Volunteers FAIRBANK CANNING CO. LION only. Orders from consumers neither

a gunshot wound, came Into Orlando on left here to-night for Fernandina.Ne.w BRAND CANNED MEATS.
Monday, and became entangled In a wiie Orleans, July 25. Col. Duncan solicited nor desired.
fence, lie was suffering from a wound B. Hood's regiment of immuncs, who
"which must soon prove fatal, vtrhlle the have been in camp ac Covington for several BRICK Quotations made promptly on applicationw -
cuts from the barbed wire were adding weeks, arrived here to-day. Colonel
to his sufferings. He was, therefore, Riche's I mm uues of Texas an Wed Sat
killed to save him further agony. There urday. Both these regiments are to betaken
is a severe penalty for shooting doer in to Santiago by the big transpoit -
Florida at this season of the year. Berlin, now taking on stores here. Shatter jsa-irjsaiD.--
is very anxious to haver these two JACKSONVILLE BRICK CO.

Arrived at Nuwn. regiments reach him as soon as possible Hides, Furs, Wool Alligator Skins Tallow Bees-Wax Eft.BT .
to do garrison duty at Santiago, but the ,

The Nassau Guardian of the 17th Tust., opinion is expressed to-day that the THE
says: The American sclioonor Queen, Berlin will not get away before Wednesday 20 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla.

McFadden master, arrived on Monday o r T h u rstUy. SOUTHERN HIDE & SKIN CO.

-afterpoon from Miami. She sailed last Santiago de Cuba, July 25. Everything Write us for prices and save your money. We make
for that here is The
flight port, taking a party of peaceful. 7,000 Spanish Largest State.
gentlemen, among whom were Mr. 1). T.iierow soldiers at 'Guantanamo laid down Handlers of Skins in the
agent of the Standard Oil Co., their arms toay.) The 3,330 from TalmaSoriano tbe hardest, least absorbent and best brick made in Florida. REFERENCE: National Bank Stole '
Jacksonville; and Mr. Wm. T. Fee, U. S. San Luis, and Longo surrendered of Florida.
Consul at Clenfuegos, who carce in the yesterday to Lieut. Ml ley, and today Can supply up to a million on short notice. Office, Rob Building. Hide Warehouse JJ6 to 4-18, Jackson St.
Queen to visit Nassau. pack trains with provisions were
JACKSONVILLE
FLORIDA.
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