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: August 5, 1898
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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: VID00195
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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1(3. ISTo. 24. TITUSVILLE, IFIL-A.., FRIDAY, A. LTG-XJST? 5 1S9S. Pxice, 5c.




LOCAL NEWS BAllY CARRIAGES, CHAIRS, Cribs, Z -BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc. a nice assortment ANGLO-AMERICAN GARDEN THE PROPOSED HOTEL AND thev would concur in it.

Cradles, Springs. Mattresses, all prices.Fi'itxirriiK at Screven's Drug Store, PARTY.At STEAMSHIP SERVICE FOR The resolution was taken Into consideration
Stoiik, Titusvilie. Immediately by tho Council and
And Topics of General Interest, Titusvilie, Fla.Mr. NASSAU. agreed to nun rim, and was returned totbe

ALL SUMMER DRESS GOODS lawns, an Anglo-Amerionn garden patty, Mouse on Thursday evening.A .
given by Sir Francis and Lady Cook at joint committee of the Legislative
dimities organdies at coBt first House of
etc., The lllll lleforo Nassau Assembly
"- notice ads. are ten cents and Mrs. F. A. Morgan
Heading are now
j two weeks in August.Gaiirnek. Doughty House, near London, England, Council and tho Houso of Assembly
yer line on this page. occupying the Budge residence on Main & Walker.Mr. some of the most intiiiential titled persons The bill to transfer certain government waited upon tho Governor yesterday

road inside street. in tho country attended. The affair lands and premises in tho city of morning with a messago requesting that
Never fall to our pages. Mrs. was a grand success throughout, Ills Kxe.Honey would bo pleased to communicate
H. T. Titus left here
Sunday of
find Nassau with the view to the increase
You will always something to interest last for Jacksonville, on a visit to her Geo. W. ScoMe paid a visit to nnd a rcpoit of it takes up a space of to the Secretary of Stato for

you.Mr. slsier. Sebastian on Tuesday, returning next nearly ilvo columns in the Richmond and hotel accommodations and to authorUotlie the Colonies at once by cable tho resoliitliili -

J. S. Snowden paid Cocoa aMait day. Twickenham (Eng.) Times, n copy of making of a new mail contract, was that had been adopted hy both
the end of last week.Mr. Mr. W. R. Sandeis, of Indianoln, which has been received at the Anvoc irK Introduced and read a llrst time on briiitches of the Legislatiue. Tho Governor
has been spending a day or so in town Truckers are clearing land, making office. Lady Cook (formerly Miss Tennessee Thursday evening, says the Nassau informed the committee that be

Chas. II. Nanman, o( tlie Haul. this week.Mr. ditches, nud gettjng everything in readiness Cl.illin, of Now Yoik) comes In Guardian. Tho bill is practically thosamo would l>0 glad to accede to tho wishes
in town a day or so tills week.Mr. for a fall crop of vegetables at Ilypoluxo. that which was passed by tho
over, was K. B. Raulerson, of Fort Tierce, for a good ileal of pratso for the energy as of th'o Council and Houso of Assembly.
House of at the special session
Assembly
and Mrs. T. T. Wetmoro moved was attending to business in town the she displayed in bringing so dlstiugulsUed -
The northbound passenger train on a gatheiing of Anglo-Americans together convened for tho purpose last year, and
into tlie Hanson cottage, West Tltusville (list of the week.
AMONG THE HOTELS.WilKltK
this week.Mrs. the F. E. C. Ry. was delayed about half and she justly deserves It. The about which tlie Secretary of State for .
,
County School Supt. Juo. II. Samsnnd an hour last' Sunday, "by a burning vocal and Instrumental enteitainmont tho Colonies delayed so long In giving adecision.

J. K. Parrott, wife of the F. E.C family, of C'ourtenay, expect to bo freight enr at City Point.Messrs. supplied by Sir Francis anil Iuly Cook Tho government, wo are glad to stop. Seo list ot hotels on

Ry. Co's. vice-president, Las gone to located in Titusvilie dining the coming was of the highest order, nnd was a lich to see, have, as wo anticipated, decided our 7th page.
the Highlands, N. C, for a time. Her school term.Rev. O. and C. R. Stowait, who treat indeed. to accept Mr. Flagler's oiler and ceased
The AovocArK Is now on (lie at all
have been weeks their
spending somo on
her.Rev. to "press for" tho additional 2,400. Mr.Flagler .
children accompanied A. D Penney has relinquished orange grove at Bonavcutnre, returned Among tho" selections wns "Tho Coming agrees to' pay 10,000 for tho tho best hotels In Now Yoik city.

J. B. Hawk will preach an his position in the stole of E. L. Brady to town the first of the week. Power, charmingly sung by aquartetto Royal Vlctoiia hotel and to contribute Where do yon Intend going this summer
of ladies from Sir FiancisCook's
illustrated sermon to the children at & Bro., to devote his whole time to young
towards tho erection of Constabulary ? Rend advts. 7th
Attorney Geo. M. Robblns left for institution, Alexandra House.It a summer losort on
City Point, Sunday, August 7th, S p. m. ministerial duties. pet Barracks by the payment of 'J,.">00, amiby page.Somo.
children admitted. St. Augustine yesterday, on professional was a poem wiitten and composed for
Grown bible.up Bring The Jacksonville, Tampa A Key business. He took his new Victor wheel this special occasion, and wns supposed tho delivery to the government of Interesting nows, rr the proposed

your West Railway Co. aie agalu issuing mileage with him, to enjoy a spin while there.Mr. to represent an appeal from the States such materials from tho old barracks as new hotel at Nassau, will be found oa

Congressman Robt. W. Davis, after books, which are lor sale at _5 per and au answer from England. The may bo needed for the erection of thonew. this
P. S. Titus, who has been in Mr. Flagler Is to commenco to page.
returned lKXmile( > book.Mrs.
a short visit to Washington, toPalatka chorus verses on cither sido are appended
on Monday. He has been busily Jacksonville for somo time past, has erect tho new hotel on tho barracks and Hotel Elliott, Jacksonville, recently
looking after matters of importance L. C. Branning and sister, Miss returned to town for a few days before : Fleming Squaro sito before the end oftho closed, has boon routed by C. B. Rogers

engaged to his district.LADIES' Emma Wright, lett for Oak Hill the ilistof proceeding to Porto Rico with the What would your answer tie, present year and to have tho work A Co., of the samo city.
the week, on a visit to friends, and Jonathan, tail nn now; for tlie winter season of the
Won 1.1 do the sums for mo, completed
you General Knott has been
C. B.
WRAPPERS BOYS' SUITS returned to town troops.Mr. Snpt.
yesterday.Mr.
W. S. Branning went down from In this far Kastem row..end yoar after next. This is on condition
working llko a Trojan since tho troops
boys' overalls, sweaters for boys, hats, L. II. Church, of Orlando, was hero to Miami last Sunday, to assist in nn s million men, that the properties nro vosted In thu have been at Miami.
caps, shoes, etc., at prices never tried in town from Tuesday until Wednesday.He the Bank of Bay Biscayne for a short Ollr Htl'M) Will |Mlt tlltMIl to ami; hotel company on or before tho 1st ofSeptombor

before. Come and bo convinced.Uakusek represents tl.e well-known firm ofChas. time. Cashier Garthside being on the Tell\\ list us, my will Irlend answer, will >on l>ntlt-k. tu tlitiond, next. In case this Is not Golf Is the prevailing pustimo at tho

& Walkeii. E. Stut8) ik Co., Savannah, G. sick list.Capt.. your done tho erection of tho hotel will bo delayed New Mount Pleasant house, in tho White
'
P. J. Webb of this What would your answer l>n for another yoar. It Is hoped, Mountains of New Hampshire, and the
made Attorney visit, to Cocoa place on, Col. D. L. Ganlden l etui nod home, A. W. Buio and family have M'Kiitflutul need tho, now Union tell.us.lock'I'o true, therefore, that when the bill Is passeiias links wore never In better condition. The
a professional
Wednesday, from his trip through Georgia moved Into the Docker cottage on the be and excellent and .Messrs. Anderson
Mr. Webb stand liy tint Ited, White and Illuo.We've ( we expect It will unanimously weather Is
Holiday, returning next day. and Tennessee, where he found line river front, formeilv occupied Uy Mr. amend the have In their
lias opened an ofHce in the Gaulden cotUgo got tlia men nn land.You've with little or no men I) government itI'rlco more 'guests
next door to Capt. Prltchard's. peaches selling at Wets, per bushel.Mr. and Mrs. Uoswell Coleman, now residing uoi tho ships on sea; will explain to thu Colon.ilotlice ) houso than at tho samo time Inst year.
In New Jersey. Tell ns.liilin Hull, will you mho tu a l'idl? niithoiitlos how Impoitant It is
Chas. R. Serjeantson, of I lobe the in tho Now Arlington
ho of
who W list will jour answer V Many rooms
Banker W. M. Brown, accompanied Sound, after spending several weeks In Mr. J. O. Walton left here for Jacksonville that a decision should bo arrived at hotel, I'etoskey, Mich., under the
his wife and family as far as What would our answer be, without delav and that the Colony
Orlando, returned to Titusvilie on Wednesday and Macon, Ga., last week. Mrs. U you should danger f ar, munngemont of Mr, S. II, Peek, of Hotel
Jacksonville, on their way to Saybrook and left fur home, in his sailboat Walton 'and Claude will soon leave for Ami were to usk fni aid should Immediately be Infoimod as totho Plaza, Kocklmlgo, have piivato baths
and New Haitford Conn., for the summer shall hour." result. Would It not be well to
yestciday.Rev. Georgia and North Carolina, to spend \\ hinder and wo suggest attached. Tho Arlington Is said to be
returned to town Saturday last, balance of the sld that tho (Incision should bo cabled.At .
the summer.Mr. Wi will stand hy your lino class of this
attracting a patrons
and left the following day for Miami. II. Keigwin, of Orlando, conducted \\ hatever the eauso mav ho. the meeting of the House of Assembly
morning service at the Presbyteiian Fred A. Losley and two boys And wllli our navy you eau depend on mo, on Monday evening the Hon.J. your, tho season having opened with every

Judge A. J, Corbett, of St. Augus. chuich at this place on Sunday have been spending a few davs in the That would our answer ho* II. Young, representing the government prospect of Its boing a successful

tine, spent from Monday until Tuesday last. He was the guest of Mr. ami Mrs.Geo. metropolis this week, Fred went up to Then there was an "Anglo-American lopoiled that Ills Excellency, the ono.

in town. He came down to look after W. Scobie while in town. meet his brother, and took his boys Hymn," written by Mrs. llowo, and the Governor, had received a calilo from thuSecietaiy Tho Giaud hotel, Mackinac Island,
the interests of his clients in the II. J.Tiffin .
suit and said he found things The Misses Addie and HenriettaAbney along to see the soldiers in camp. musio composed by Mrs. Christina of Stute for the Colonies say Mich., is at present fairly crowded with

rather satisfactory, in connection theiowith. of Leesburg, arrived at the Indian The one-year-old daughter of Mr. Thompson, mother of Lady Butler, the ing that ho would not aiithoilzo the sale guests, "Everything about the hotel,"
of "The Roll Call," and manv of tho barracks premises for less thant'40 wil.es an AlivnCATK coriespondeur, "Is
River hotel, Titusvilie, Fiiday last, and Mrs. E. C. Don i born, of Coco a nut painter
and left next day for City Point, on a Grove (formerly of Titusvilie), diod the other pieces ot vocal and Instrumental ,). Mr. Young also stated that Mr.Flagler gotten up In fine stylo, nnd the cuisine Is

The card of II. E. Clark, Jackson visit to their sister-in-law, Mis. Abney. first ot the weok. The bereaved parents musio worthy of note, but whlcli we having been communicated with beyond comparison, whlcli makes all the

ville's well-known carpet doaler, will have the sympathy of their many friends have not space to enumerate had lepllod that he would not make any guests feel particularly good humored."

be found on 4th page of this issue. Mr. The list of Titusville's delinquent in their sad loss.Mr. advance on Ills olTor of _,o00. Mi. At this line hotel will be found Mr, A.S. .

Clark makes a specialty of carpets, rugs, taxpayers appears in this issue of the Young said that under tho circumstances Loom Is, chief clerk of Hulol Alcazar,
linoleums, awnings, etc., and it will pay AnvocATE on Oth page, and the propeity L. Thursby, who has been looking DEMOCRATIC STATE CONTho ho must ask the House to allow him to St. Augustine.

yon to write him for prices before purchasing therein destiibed will be sold the nfter his place at Mcrritl sinqe last VENTION. withdraw his notice with regard to tho Wheelmen who have not when this
elsewhere. flist Monday in Soptember to satisfy the November, has left for Gramorcy Park, second reading of tlie hotel nnd steam
the
amount due for taxes nnd the cost ofadvertising. New York, to spend the balance of the service bill. Tho announcement was received soason closes taken tlio run o>rer )
of Registration Tom Democratic Stato Convention, new path from the Mount Pleasant house
Supervisor and meet his old
summer to many acquaintances with groat suipilso, not unmiugled -
Johnson opened the registration books in Gothom.Mr. held at Oilando on Wednesday, was nn with tno members While Mountains, N. II., to the Crawford *
indignation by
at the courthouse, Titusvilie, this week, Judge M. S. Jones has had two 800- Ideal ono In all respects, and for the first of the House. Il wan, a groat disappointment Notch, will havo lost an expeilenuo /

as announced In our last issue. He will gallon water tanks sent to his Klondike James B. Hours, oris of Jackson time in many yoais there was no contesting to them as all went to the which they can III nlTord to lot Ho over

be at his office on Mondays, Tuesdays place, west of Fort Pierce, recently. ville's prominent merchants, vthosendvt. delegation a fact whlcli wns commented that, tho bill would btipasseii for another year. It Is safe to say that

and Saturdays until the second Saturday They were made by Brevaul's well- will bo found on the fourth page of this upon by Chairman Rawls of the meeting unanimously expecting and with little orno in tho four delightful miles of Its course

in October, when the books will close. known cooper, Tom Johnson, of LaGrange paper, has been awarded the contract to State executive committee In calling the amendment. That, scheme which Micro are methods of crossing obstacles,
so It can bo taken for granted supply Camp Cuba Libre with straw for convention to order. a novelties of construction, mid surpiisesin
and led toIn
Among the down-river guests at the that they are par excellence.Capt. the months of August and September. There was no contest over tho nomination has been hoped for so should long bo rendereilnboitlvo up location, that, added to the gloilous
Indian River hotel this week were the so many ways,
following : J. II. Sams, M. S. Sams, Jas. Prltchard, nfter having Divine sorvlco will bo held at Eden of Justices of the Supieme Court just when It is about to bo realized mountain over-nt-liand scenery of New Hampshire of forest
Treasurer the incumbents and tlie beauty ,
of weeks or so In Atlanta, Sunday next, the 7th inst., at 11 a.m. and of Stato Injustice to tho
C'ourtenay; R. A, Hardee, B. F. Hardesty. spent a couplo on renominated by acclamation. seoms a gross people stream Mid lake will make this path
of the United and 7 m. by Archdeacon B. V, being this the gentleman
Sebastian; J. F. Wooten, R. X. Andrews attending the gathering p. for Jostled of tho Supreme of Colony. Snroly famous for wheelmen. It has been under
Veterans and also at Li thin Brown. The morning service will be a Those whoso mind is burdened with tho
Cocoa E. W. Hall W. II. Sharpe Confederate ,
: \lnco
Court being llrst in order, I). L. Montgomery construction tho frost llrst got
Ga. arrived In town Sunday thanksgiving one, in accordance with of nil the Coldnlo* cannot fully understand
John care
Sharpes S. F. Oibbs Melbourne; Springs
; of Alachua, placed in nomination out ot the ground, ami Is now practically
Houston Eau Oallie.Mr. last. He looks much better in health the proclamation of President McKinley.In what Is meant by tho wrecking
understand C.H.Morrill .
it. F. Taylor, of the samo county, completed. We Manager
short of this scheme. If ho did lie oertalnly
for the change.
Geo. W. Bristol, clerk of the connection with the ad. for the who is the present Chief Justice. Ex- should not insist on a course whlcli must of tho Crawford house; and

court for Volusia county and treasurer The Southern Hide & Skin Co., of sale of bees and poultry, the owner says: Governor Fleming seconded the nomination. result In breaking off all negotiations Messrs. Anderson ,fe Price, of the New/

of the city of DeLand, spent from Saturday Jacksonville, is doing quite a large business "Please remove my ad. from tho columns Mr. Wilson, of Polk, moved that with Mr. Flaglor for tho sake of tho paltry Mount Pleasant house, havo been tho

until Monday at Hotel Coquina, In skins, and recently shipped North of the pink paper, for it has done the the nomination bo by acclamation, which sum of 1,700.Tho main movers lu tho maklng.of this fine

Ormond Beach, where he. enjoyed himself 35,000 alligator and green, salted cattle work." Would-be buyers are requested was done.ExGovornor. Houso of Assembly, on Wednesday bicycle path.Tho .

immensely surf-bathing and inhaling hides. Write them no matter in what to make a noto of this, and save themselves Mitchell nominated J, II.Whitfield evening, by a unanimous vote, passed dance at Hotel Coquina, Ormond

the health-giving ozone thrown off from part of Florida you resldo If you have further trouble in writing.Mr. of Leon, tor Stato Treasurer, a resolution consequent upon the announcement Bench, .Saturday night lust, wus well attended. -

Grand Old Ocean.Mr. any skins, hides, etc., to dispose of. and Mrs. J, B. Rubarts arrived and J. C. Cooper, of Duval, seconded mado at tlie previous mooting Tho main office whero thdanco

and Mrs. Geo. F. Paddison and They pay good prices. x at the Indian River hotel, Titusvilie, and moved which that tho was nomination carriod. bo by acclamation by the Hon. J. II. Young, that the was hold wus decorated quite artistically

''aby returned home to Eau Gallic last The Baptist church was filled to yesterday afternoon from Tavares, where the Secretary of State for tho Colonlos under the superintendence ofMr.

Saturday, having had a delightful time overflowing on Sunday evening last, we understand they were married this The p.lnclpal Commissioners contest was the over nominees would not consent to the transfer of the and Mrs. Duncan; whilo tho lessee,
conducted revival Railroad barracks to Mr. Flagler for less Mrs. M. Vance, was here, there ami
< Atlanta and Washington, Ga., for a when Rev. L. D. Gelger week. Mr. Robarts is connected with K. J. M. ami John property
week or so. They visited Mr. and Mrs. servicos. These special services the Miami Drng Store, and lie and his being II. Day, Bryan than 1,200. Tho resolution reads as everywhere, endeavoring to make it

Anthony at the latter place. Mrs. Anthony have been held every night for the past biido leave for Biscayne-Hay on this (Fii L. Morgan.Brevard delegates had tlie honor follows: pleasant for her numerous guests. Mist
weeks and poople from LaGrange afternoon's tiain.Mr. The That bo sent to Maysle Davidson, ot Daytona, wns tho
is Mr. Paddison's sister, and was two many day) of nominating the Railroad Commissioners Resolved; a message
and the vicinity of Titus talented pianist, and all those who "tripped
Minis tho Governor most rospoctfully -
< Titusville's roost Ills Excellency, ,
of
-merly one popu- O. Pierre Havens, Florida'sfamed having voted solid for thorn throughout
fantastic" In hlgli.
attended them In uddltlon to the light spoke
' vilie have requesting that His Excellency
: and ladies.
charming young who Is the convention which circumstance
sojourning ,
our townsfolk. Mr. (Jeiger will conclude photographer, would be pleased to communicate by tonus ot the excellent musio rendered,
Second here this (Friday for the summer with his wife at the naturally makes them feel quite pleased. ( a number of pretty young ladies
Two trains the discourses the Honorable thu julte
carrying ids impressive cable at once to Right
Jones M. M. Sams John
Mount Pleasant House, White Mountains Judge M. S. ,
and the dance
Louisiana also an equipment we understand. of for the Coloules the wore present, was kept up
evening State ,
Regiment, ) and J. F. Wooten left here Secretary
been notified
N. II. has just bytlie Houston ,
until about llU: )
with : m.,
"rain Titusvilie early resolution whlcli has been great gusto p.
passed through following ,
Lazarus and Sister for Orlando delegate* to
from Minn Mother Superior secretary of the Photographers'Association Tuesday, as when all wended their way homewards,
Wednesday morning, en route Bcrnadette, of St. Joseph's Convent, St. of America that at the annual the State Convention of the Democratic unanimously adopted! much with tho evening's amusement
to Jacksonville while second of I if session pleased

a sup'iv The House Assembly now
in'town from Saturday exhibition hold atCeleron which convened on "Wednesday,
Augustine, were photogrnphio party, wlilcli wns provided gratis by Mrs.Vance. .
night. convinced that ,
train Wednesday Arrangement
went up here until Sunday as the guests of County New York, .Inly 0 to 12, he was and whlcli was called for the purpose of being fully an There will be another dance at
through witli for building
'ie Second Alabama went Mr. Flagler-
Clerk A. A. Stewait and wife, leaving awarded the first and second prizes for nominating two justices of the Supreme the to-morrow (Saturday) night,
*te last number ot our and steam service C'oqurna
night, quite a hotel providing a
,
an
Miami to railroad
and
welme the latter day for Jensen excellency over ail competitors for the Court, a State treasurer, two when some of the best-looking young
to months with
wnstolk the station the winter some
at
being spend a few days. They came here to Southern States from Kentucky toTexas. commissioners, and to transact other during and will bepresent.
Ormond
ladles of Daytona
' > tlie soldiers, who stopped at this see Miss Zandie Stewart, who attended As this Is the third time Mr. business. K. B. Raulerson, Fort Pierce, port in Florida, Is of vital importance to
piace about minutes en route. the best Interests of the Colony, and duly _______
twenty their school last winter, but she was Havens has won these high honors, he Is the fifth delegate from Brevard, joined
The balance of the troops comprising the ofme down the river and did not return to naturally and justly somewhat proud of the above party at LaGrango. They all recognizing the fact that should the war llr vrd K-iflstratlon Hook*. i
vlr8t Division will follow at the rate at present being waged between the (
Titusvilie
town until Sunday evening. his achievement. The Advocate joins returned to yesterday.
regiment a day. with bis many friends in wishing him United States and Spain result In the annexation Notice is hereby given that the registration

continued success in his art. of the Island of Cuba, our books of Brevard county will
TELEScopes. WHITE CORDUROY latest material Fine Property for Sale or I2\- nnd fruit trade will be seriously H
iRF.EN TRUNKS sponge
CLOTH, be open at the office of the Supervisor
.
for ladies' skirts and men's suits.Gaiedxek damaged, leaving us to a large extent
Goods Notions; Titusvilie
Millinery, Dry fe Waker.I I2Hiimge of Registration, courthouse, ,
ENAMEL BEDS CRIBS Curtain climatic
WHITE advantages
dependent our
anything you want atOardseii upon on Monday next, August 1, from I) a. ra.
poles, Toilet sets.Fubsititke. winter resort for tourists and Invalids
& walker's.rine as a until Io'clock noon, and from p. m.
> Cats and Chickens for Stohr, Hector Island property, a beautiful until !i o'clock p. m. The days upon,
ogs, '
Titusvilie, Fla.A place at Melbourne, on Indian River, Resolved; That tlie Right Honorable, which the books will be open are Mondays
ltestdence and I'ineapple Sale.AH the Colonies
Florida. thu Secretary of State for Tuesdays and Saturdays.

Plantation For Sale.A Itare Opportunity. This property comprises a dwelling bo respectfully approached and requested Attention Is also drawn to the fact

kinds, ages, sizes, and trained and house, store, 10x00, with 11 rooms upstairs to reconsider his decision with reference that the books wllj be closed on the second
untrained. Send stamp to James Bettis, ; steamboat wharf; also a small to the prlco demanded for tlie bar- Saturday In October.T. 1
most beautifully-located villa and kind wanted.Wanted. banana and melts premises, and accede to Mr. Flag
Winchester, III., stating For sale, the Cllffdate pineapple plan* tangerine orange grove, JOHXSOX COCKSHDTT,
Plantation overlooking from a high tatlon, at Eden, on Indian River, consisting other fruits, with rare shrubbery, lawn ler's offer of 2,000. Tho House ot Assembly Supervisor of Registration.
'luff the picturesque Indian River; In'he of ten acres of land, all cleared tennis ground and artesian well. feels that this Is a matter of urgent

centre of the pineapple section; large and planted mostly with Red Spanish The owner will sell the property for importance, and one that cannot be

oomy buildings and out-houses. Mod"m U. S. marine hospital service: variety of pines; good new dwelling one-fourth the amount asked by the late postponed without the serious risk of Wood for Hale.AH .

conveniences; inside toilet arrangements Help for cutter service; hospital house, with all modern conveniences; C. J. Hector, or wilt exchange for a good complete failure of the entire scheme.An .

baths, sewerage; boat-house and U. S. revenue U. S. A.; mechanics large and convenient packing house, orange grove ami residence near a town immediate answer by cable Is earnestly kinds of wood, from six Inches tre

I ier; lawns, shrubbery, flowers and 17res and signal corps>. also civilians ot all freight house and station on railroad for between Titusvilie and Biscayne Bay, desired. tour feet or over; cut clean. Delivered

In full bearing, best quality pine for the U.For S.full; Information call on shipping on the ground. Address For particulars, apply to the owner, The resolution was carried to the Legislative at residences at lowest possible rates.C'IABE9 .

apples. kinds. No. 410 1-2 Franklin Alfred Cox, James Palmer, Council by a committee ot the K. Kbntox,
Further particulars of "Pineapple," William Hnber, agent Fla., Eden, Fla. Patchogue, L. I. House on Thursday, with a request that Titusvilie, FU,
' street, Tampa,
"are Advocate, Titusvilie, Fla.


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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, AUGUST 5, 1898.



FROM FOOT TO KNEE GOOD COUNTRY ROADS. CALL FOR COUNTY CON- Queen Victoria's Income. GEORO MARX. JOIIX MARX

VENTION.
Good Roads From the time that she crowned
Ohio Woman Suffsrad Great Agony With Proper Drainage are was ,

From Terrlblo Sore Hef Story of Easily Maintained."The There will be held a convention of the Queen Victoria Las been in receipt of an Wholesale Dealers In

great secret of success In road- Democratic of Income.from the Government amounting
the Case, and Her Cure. Party Brevard county,

"For many years I 'was afflicted with amlli making and road-keeping is to drain the Florida, at Fort Pierce, Wednesday, September to about fc.'t.OUO.OOofa' year.From this GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE...

leor, and a few years ago it broke out roads, and keep the roads drained by 21st, at 10 a. m., for the purpose she pays all the expense and salaries of

in a sole uud spread from my toot to myknee. keeping the ditches open," writes John of nominating the following officers: her household, charities, pensions and 131 anil 133 East Bay Street and 6 antl 8 Newnan Street,

1 suil'ered great agony. It would Gilmer Speed on "flow to Have Good One representative In state legislature; other charges Imposed upon the sovereign -.

bum and itch all the time and discharge Country Roads," ia the August Ladies' one tax assessor; one tax collector; one be they more or less. This money Jaols-sonvillo, Ploria(

a great ucal. My health was good with Home Journal. "The old method was treasurer three members school board comes from ground and house rents HOUSES
; ; ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT IN THE
the exception of this sore. I tried a great to run a plow through the side, ditches five county commissioners, all to serve which were taken over by the British

many kinds'of salve, but some would and throw the disturbed soil, sod and two years, also for any other business government, from royalty, many years

irritate tlio sore so that I could hardly all, in the middle of the road. There it that come before it. ago.jin annuity being paid Queen Victoria We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and i 'w Pea",

stand tlio pain. I could not go near the would stay till a heavy rain came to may for the immense tracts of land guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full linetof nay, Grain and Feed, ; e wa J
Known Democrats and all other voters
ilro without suffering intensely. Someone Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
sent me papers containing teBtimonlals'of wash this soil back into the ditches and who will pledge themselves to the owned by the queen and others of her your

cures by Hood's Sarsuparilla, and I told fill them up again. If there were money various precinct commutes to support family in and near London. MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, FllG2

my husLinnd 1 would like to try tnis med enough this kind of thing would be done the nominees of this convention, will be

icine. He got me a bottle and I found it over and over again, as often as four allowed to vote at primaries or mass Thousand* Celebrate.

helped me. I kept on taking it until my times in a year. Where there were wet meetings for selection of delegates. IEzH r27Ln.O \ S cSs CO ,

limb wns completely healed. I cannot spots, broken stone or gravel would be Precinct Committees will appoint time With thankfulness their restoration to DKALK1IS IN
praise Hood's SSiirHnparllln enough for the health by the use of Hood's Sarsaparilla.
placed in the road and left for the
passing and place for holding primaries or mass
great benefit it has been to ,me. It Think of the vast army who have been
cleanses tho blood of all impurities and wagons to wear this metal into ruts. meetings and give due notice of same. cured by this medicine 417, & 410 YV.

leave* it rich and pure." Mrs. Anna K.Eaken" The money spent was absolutely thrown Precinct Committees will be the same Men, women and children, who have Hay St.,

Whittlesey, Ohio. away."By. as at last convention. suffered the consequences of impure JACKSONVILLE, . FUKICH
blood, who have been the victims of
You can buy Hood's Sarsaparilla of all the new process all the road- The various precincts will be entitled scrofula sores, eruptions, dyspepsia, nervousness WINES create tr<< ..1 rich h.

drug-gists. Eo sure to get only Hood's. mender needs to do is to provide ditches to representation as follows: and sleeplessness. l.ii\ing thy blood.sour Uon't jioor make wins the 1
outlets for them and then have tried other medicines and It Is him it
t'u' favorite and so shape They cheap. not. It ban i niMa,
"r" family La Grange . . 4Titusville XarrowsGeorgiana. '
OHIc.
have failed to obtain relief. triedHood's greeable effect upon the i\ t, i,,
nOOCl S KUIS They n
cutluirtlo. Pi Ice 25c. the road that the water falling in a rainstorm 11 . . (fiKiil wine is really not eWnuheTKlves
and it did them
will run off at once into the City Point . .. 3 Merritt Sarsaparilla good. you that imlletl-turaMier' *
They perservered in its use and it accomplished satisfied feeling.
ditches. The water must not be suffered Cocoa A Kockledgel! Canaveral permanent cures. Do you wonder ITSrWe.make a Rperlnltv cf xrt],r.una .
THE SEMINOLE INDIANS.ReleclliiH Kan Gallie 3 Haulover Mountain Dew
to run in the road, but off the road. The that they praise it and recommend itto old, S2.B0 torn V hlski>\ th,'
Melbourne . .2Malabar Spruce Bluff. . jenrs per gallon.
rainfall, being thus simply and effectively 1 AnkonaMicco you. l'artles living in Ury Towns ill
; Moines for Tlipin on Islamls In well to order from us, as we can L,
disposed of, becomes a most beneficial Sebastian 3Ft. 1 them DO per cent, on all urileiEST" >

the KverKlHdes.Speci.il instead of a destructive agent; it cleans, Pierce 5 Banyan Wash flatirons occasionally with warm Always send money with otit
Indian Inspector Duncan is Eden 2Ft. White City . water to two of which has 'Vie will not open new aeci.iinti unl,
and shapes, and hardens the roadway, every quarts suitable Jacksonville referent e in ,
Drum 1 WoodleyM. civ
now In Florida completing the work of instead of washing it aw'ay and deepening been added half a tablespoonful of melted No Goods sent C. 0.1> to l>rv Town
for
setting aside lands for permanent homesteads the ruts. When there are wet places, S. Sams, Thos. Johnson, lard. Wipe thoroughly and set in a lirewers Agent and Kottlers indinnopolls, Iiiiti|>c>li ](,

for I he Semi DQle Indians, says a such as springs, in the roadway, gravel Sec. pro tern. Chairman, warm place, till peifectly free from Hercules Malt Tonic, J2.2S per case; Clayton & Russell Wild Cherry Brandy, J4.S0 per > .
special from Washington to the Times-
and broken stone will not cuie such Democratic Epc. Com. moisture.
Union and Citizen.It .
things. The water must be drained off I IMrs.
will bo remembered that during the Discovered l Woman. SAW AND FLANINO MILLS.Pxlatka JACKSONVILLE YAltn,
underneath the roadway and into the $100 Iteward, $100. >y a
early part of the summer Mr. Duncan Via. E. Bay St., Foot of Catherine!
ditches by means of pipe or blind drains. Another great discovery has been

was ordered to Florida for the purpose The whole thing is so simple that anyone The readers of this paper will be made, and that too, by a lady in this

ot making a thorough investigation into can easily master the principles and pleased to learn that there is at least one country. "Disease fastened its clutches WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY

the corfdition of the Indians, and also to dreaded disease that science has been upon her and for seven years she withstood ,
put the details into practical operation. all its and that iscatarrh. its severest tests, but her vital
look over the country in the vicinity ortho able to cure in stages Manufacturers of /
Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only organs were undermined and death
Everglades, wfth a view to locating known to the medical seemed imminent. For three months she
APPRECIATED IN MASSACHUSETTS. positive-cure now
suitable tracts upon which thoy could fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional coughed incessantly, and could not sleep. # Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath.A

bo placed. His report to- the Interior disease, requires a constitutional She finally discovered a way to recovery, .

Department upon the results of his first treatment. Hairs Catarrh Cure is taken by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr. King's

investigation has boon printed in these M. Reals, a lady who made many internally, acting directly upon the blood New Discovery for consumption, and large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceijing, siding, mouldinps, ehlngli

friends while spending the winter at the and mucous surfaces of the system, was so much relieved on taking llrst dose, lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments, Cypremouldings
columns.Jilr. thereby destroying the foundation of the that she slept all night; and with two
Indian River hotel writes the of all patterns a specialty.
Duncan drew a strong picture of Rockledge, disease, and giving the patient strength bottles, has been absolutely cured. Her
the unfortunate condition to which those Advocate as follows: by building up the constitution and assisting name is Mrs. Luther Lutz." Thus writes When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us.

Mountain IIouhk nature in doing its work. The W. C. Hamnick & Co., of Sholby, N. C.
Indians had been the ,
brought by impositions proprietors have so much faith in its Trial bottles free at F. S. Chaffee's drug
Mount Wachusett Mass.
of the whlteH, particularly the traders Julyao, 1SII8.iSditor curative powers, that they offer One store. Regular size 50c and $1. Every

and the Injustice done in driving Hundred Dollars for any case that it bottle guaranteed.
THE SOUTHERN FUEL & SUPPLY
Advocate : Company
them from lifelong hpmesteads. lie gave falls to cure, bend for list of testimonials.
Dear Sir: I am in the mountains for F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
many instances of hardship and suffering SOCIETY IN SIBERIA.
Toledo O.B3T" .
and ask would ,
the if
summer, you kindly
and recommended strongly that Sold by druggists 73c.A .
.steps tie taken to settle them upon lands send the Advocate to tho above address, Ilostesa and Gnests Frequently Retire to Wood, Goal, .Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,

of their own, under Governmental super as I do not feel that I can do without it. the Kitchen to Cook and Eat."At .

Your paper Is the very best weekly published ltare Case.W.IOO one of the grand balls'I attended
vision. His leport with the approval of
Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick.
and at Krasnoyarbk, writes Thomas O. Allen Paving
in Florida, I have enjoyed it
both the Indian office and the land office
,
much since it first came to attention One of the most remaikable Incidents Jr., of "Fashionable Siberia," in
and as a result he is now in Florida very my
again The Ladies' Home Journal "I
to the at Rockledge.I of volunteer army life was experienced was impressed 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telephone 2CJ.
complete project. the
by of
profusion flowers used
of the Miami last
by one paytnasteis at
think however that if should
lie is you in the decoration
accompanied by a competent of the ballroom, and
week. A member of the Second Alabama K. General .
MUJJNERLYN' Mauafier.By
surveyor, and is engaged in re-surveying have a household department it would which had been imported from Europe ,

and segregating ceitaln lands near tlio be a very good Idea, as I remember when Regiment absolutely refused to accept at enormous expense, and also by the

Everglade country which he located on living on my plantation In Floilda with his pay, amounting to *'l5.! He importance given to the matter of refreshments. I Invite your Attention to my Complete Stock of

Ills former visit.It what interest I read that department of said that he euteied the service through Although there appeared

the Times-Union and Citizen.I patriotism, and did not want any com to be about four girls to one man, the
is understood be the Govern
not to AND
HARDWARE CROCKERY
ment's intontion to gather the Seminoles hope to be in Florida again nextwlntei' pensation. Ths* being the 11 ist case of male portion of the company spent tho -* *
the kind the had greater part of the evening at the buffet,
paymaster no precedent
I do not know how I should
In one body, or perhaps even adjacent to get on without spending my winters to guide him. After some thought or zokooski table, eating and drinking Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware, Gran-

one another. The peculiar characteristics he drew a roil line through the name Indicating The conversation of the women, I found, i tew fire, doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, ice creau
of these Indians, perhaps the best there I has become a habit with me. was most conventional, and one oould freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame kcrosine oil stoves, card en tool*,

remaining specimens of the original Rut I shall not bo at Rockledge, but expect that the sum had not been paid. invariably anticipate the same remarks plows and harrows, paints and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry nettir

American, would, it is believed, make an appointment to another place. Should the soldier ever need his pay the upon an introduction to a lady. Knowledge and barbed wire,
government stands ready to setMe the of French, which I
was surprised *
such an attempt a failure. The Government Harrison Bros Ready Mixed Paints..Please .
Fur Suburban Houses. account with him. to find few could speak, is considered
has learned that they do not take the most graceful feminine accomplishment "Write me for Prices. i respectfully solicit spntlomof -
kindly to any such proposition. Consequently your imtruiiiige. Mail Orders given ITouipt and Careful Attention, and inuulrlei I''
The editors of the Ladies' Home Jour llomcseekcrs* Kxeursions.On prices answered promptly.
the project is said to contemplate nal' offer live bundled dollars In prizes "The kitchen, however, has for the

the location of scattered tracts of for photographs of the prettiest suburban lady of the land a peculiar fascination.

land, wherever found suitable for the houses. In this way the Journal the first and third Tuesdays in July, Very often while dressed in silks and "West Palm. Beach, Fla
and October 18S!)
August
September ,
purpose, and to allow the Indians to will secure pictures of the most attactive the Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul, sutins and conversing with her guests
summer homes In this country, and from a hostess will proceed to fry a'Win '
make their own selections. Mr. Duncan Railway will sell round-trip excursion ,
these a seloction will be made for publication. or paucuke uud eut it with the
tickets (good 21 days) from Chicago greatest
found ninny large Islands in the Everglades The interest In the Ameil- ,
great Milwaukee and other points on its line, gusto. The other ladies are at liberty Magnolia Grocery.--
which he regarded as suitable, can homo inside and outside is shown to follow the hostess'
to a great many points in South ami exumple if they
and it Is probable that most of the selections in this offer of big prizes. North Dakona, and other western and choose." Wholesale and Ketall Dealer in

will bo of this character. southwestern states at about one fare.

While the project is not yet in complete Take a trip west and see the wondeiful Vlioajs and the Pup.A STAPLE AND FANCY
and what an amount of good land GROCERIES.
form, the general idea Is to give crops man who has just come back from .. .
can be nuichased for a little
money. New York tells that
me on the day the
the Indians homes, under Governmental Further 1 lformation as to rates, routes
Butterine 14cts. pound.
Spanish war,vessel the Vizcayo per
supervision nnd control, for a long term prices offarm) lands, etc., may be obtained entered
Write
New York harbor, at the vefy moment or call for our Cash Trice List, which will please you.
of at the expiration of which it is on application t any coupon
years,
tlckot agent or by addressing the following when the salutes were firing in 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
probable that if Certain conditions are named persons: W. E. Powell, General her honor, a litter of pups was born on Telephone Xo. 235.

fulfilled the titles will pass to the red Immigration Agent, 410 Old Colony one of the police boats, and ont of compliment

men. Primarily tho object of the department Bldg., Chicago; II. F. Hunter, Inimi, to Spain a compliment I hope

is to put a stop to the injustice graUon Agent for South Dakota, 'Jill the nation appreciates they named the
Dearborn Street, Chicago, or Geo. H.Heafford eldest EASY
W under which the Seminoles suffer. pup V is-kuy-yi. Washington RIDING
General Passenger Agent, Post.
Eventually and in connection with the
Chicago, Illinois.
All the time and speed when
you
general scheme, the Government, of want it is-a great featuie of

course, lias in view the object of turning Hurricane 'Warning*. ALEX NEAR. KRJfEST TAYLOR,

them from their semi-savage > ways of The
Keating Bicycle
life Into civilized paths. They will be For the purpose of giving warning of NEAR & TAYLOR ,

encouraged to farm their lands and the approach of tropical hurricanes (and Here
are
Pleasant Dreams.It (Successors to John McAllister.) some Keating points for yonr consideration:
follow the ways of civilization and be does not lie in the painter's fancy to also of those extremely severe and dangerous '
The Frame makes it
made to realize that in a 'few years at Imagine a prettier .picture than that of a storms which sometimes pass Artesian Well Contractors
with luscious with the STROXG.
boat they must adopt the white man's young gitl, lips across the Lake Region and north Atlantic
promise of love, half parted in the smiles
life, as the game Is rapidly disappearing.In of happy dreamland. The mind of happy Coast), the Weather Bureau has EAU GALLIE. FLA. The Construction makes It

the meantime the efforts that have maidenhood ia a clear and polished mlrroc. adopted a special signal called the hurricane DURABLE.
which, when the wits go wandering into the
already been put/forth in the way of ghostland of dreams, reflects the impressions signal, consisting ,of two red flags Parlor. The Bearings give it

manual training and rudimentary Instruction of waking hour*. If those impressions with black centers, displayed one above Shaving \SrEED.
and
are pleasant painless and happy,
in farming and cattle raising he will smile in her sleep. If the impressions the other. The Double Roller Chain

will be continued, and the department are those of a suffering woman, tortured This signal will be displayed at all MAKES IT FLT.Up .
with the special ailments to which
believes with better prospects than it the feminine organum ia liable, the picture Weather Bureau offices and wind-signal hill, down hill, on the tour, road or track
has heretofore been possible to obtain. ia spoiled by the line* of suffering and de.pondency. display stations on the Atlantic and Gulf

The scheme to locate the Seminoles woman for.joyous Maladies maidenhood of thia nature and unfit for capable a coasts and the Great Lakes, anil also at Send for Catalog. lt haS N E<*U*{ *"

has attracted considerable attention motherhood. They incapacitate her numerous other points at sea and lake ,

from various quarters, and the department of to bear action.the Household burdens of, marital life ia any and sphere social ports and along the coasts mentioned.No KEATING WHEEL COMPANY,

is receiving the co-operation of duties alike are a burden to the woman who ( distinctly* night signal wil be used.) Middletown, Conn.

other branches of the Government. ia constantly suffering from headaches,
backaches, dragging sensations and weakening
Just how title to the lands selected drains. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription WHEN- YOU ARE OUT of sorts, feel

will be obtained is not yet known. Much positively, completely, uafailingly tired, languid and dull you need Hood'sSarsaparilla. ville[Remember, the Advocate, Titus No Cure No Pay.dru2ei.
troubles of this It does all kinds
cures nature. of job
It will brace and printing. Give
of the Florida swamp land is in a clouded imparts health, strength, vigor to the distinctly you up us a shire of your work. ** sell
give strength and energy, vigor and ] That is the all
yon war
state. In what is known as list 87 are womanly organs. It fits for carefree TO>'''
located most of the lands upon which the healthy maidenhood, happy wifehood vitality.Ilood's. GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL
Indians will be settled, and it is not improbable and capable motherhood."I Ilucklen's Arnica Salve. for Malaria, Chills and Fever. J
have a little step-daughter who had M.Vitus' in a t*>#Vform.
that Congressional action will rills are the beat fondly cathartic simply Iron and Quinine
be necessary to perfect the title to the writes*Mr Dance*. T.,P.which Bose. of your fore medlctae, Mawtddht eared Co.,", and liver totolc. Gentle, reliable, The best Salve in the world for cuts" Children love it. Adults preiwIt *<

Government. While patented to the Vs. I spent about twenty dollars for doctor's sure. .8e-fore8. "leers, salt rheum, fever to bitter, nauseating tonics. Price
bills and medicine, aexi it dM not do the chela; a PPed
State as overflowed or swamp lands, it one eeat's worth of good WeDr. ceajtetafscrtpttoa corns eHer:1 hands. chilblains
baa been found that H. S. skin eruptions and posil
a great portion of Pierce's Favorite and 'CoUn MEADOR ,
boots cut **
To blacken brown
Medical a raw tively cure. Piles devoid of bitter ***
the list cannot be properly classified as Discovery' and meed three botUss es or no Blalarlon Is
each, which eost only sis dullars. Now the child potato in halves with which rub the Washington Avenue, &uarantee .such, and steps will be taken to recover is ruaalnf arauad every where aad Is just asbeaHby tion R satisfac Cures Chills and Fever; acts on tbejer
jauch land* as are wanted. aa ever." blacking in well and then polish. TITUSVILLE, FLOniDA. box. or For money sale refunded. Price 23c *er and regulates the system get *'
by F. 8. Chaffee Co. All Druggists.



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INDJAN BIVKR ADVOCATE, AUGUST 5. 1898



Professional Cards.Gbobob Joe Fisher. . lots 2, 4, M'K-k K, Fisher's addition 88
NOTICE. Steve Kills . lot 3, block E, Klshei's addition. 1 73 HODGES & GODFREY

P M FisherS lots 2, I," F, ' . . fit) ,
A Bailleld lot 3 1 40ia
at. BOBBINS. WALTBftg.GBAHA.lt."OOBBINS Manufacturers of
A GRAHAM, Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at Qtibllo Phoenix Mills lot bounded m i th by Lemon street, south

auction on the nth day of September, A. D. IS'.ttt, ut the door of the Town Council by Broad street, west by Knig silver,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Rooms, in the Town of Titusville, county of Bievard, State of Florida, or so much east by street not yet named, known as Yellow Pine Lumber
thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due the Town of Titusville for Factory street 80 ,
From 10 to 12 sale and advertising W A Ran IsE north 212 feet of lot 30, block 34 plat In
Office Hours: a. m., taxes herein set opposite to the same, together with costs of such KOroil A DHKSSED,
and 2 to 4 p. m.Titusvillk : book I, page 505
Brevard Co., Florida.P. D. B. PRITCHARD, Tax Collector.OWNER. 11 Bishop . block 45, ilesciibed In deed book I, page 5< 5 Oraviia;* llox llrnils, '
EG HariisE south 11 of lot 1 described In deed .
o. Uoz, log. iicum Kruftt A Vstiible Grat s.I.nmlinr

Will practice In all the oourti state and fed book O, page 288. dellvsrsil at ny |iarl of Imllnn Rlvoron
eral. DE&CRirTION.AH Am'tTaxrs G Harris.W . . part noitheast Vt of northeast (-4, deed tiookO rhmuirh 1111 of Isiling. Atnone <*ontemtUtltitf | -
Special facilities for examining and perfect, page 288 lftllll ljii>r nil Mit KHMt CoaHt, would <1 > well to
in Sec. 3 22 S. 35 E. Tho Nawinll! in sltnnteil tbs
lnjj land titles.TVyTINOR township range A Futch lot 0 Morrows'additionin write for prices. 011
J., T. A K. W. Ky U miles soil 111 of l'ulstka.Hutsuiiia .
Gardner A Emmerson. soutli-hnlf of west-half lot 1, block A 3 20
All Section 3.1 Township 21 South Rango 35 East.
Fin.
I'litiiuin
Uightx co.
,
S. JONES, unknown lot 1, Wager's sub-div of lots 3, 4, 5,
block A . 5 (X) C II Watson southeast corner block 1, Rice's addition
Im-Iot of 5 L D I.ockaidWm northeast block 1 ' "
Indian River Loan ATTORNEYATLAW.TITUSVILLE provement Co block A 5 (K) Smith . block 2, Rice's addition Choice . .

Mrs Jessie Wager lot (I, Wager's sub div of lots 3,14, LM Pi ice. . . block 3 and south half of block 0, Rice's WinesLiquors
BREVARD CO., FLA. block A . . 18 00 addition . .

E B Wager lot 4, Wager's sub-div of lots 3, 4, 5, Howell Titus . north half of block It, Rico's addition. . and Cigars,
County Judge of Brevard County. block A 3 50 E II llolton noi theast corner of block 7, Rice's add. Guaranteed Pure.

Indian River Loan A Im-lots 5, (>, 14, 18, L 0, 22, 24 Wagor's subdivprovement Allen (Iroely northeast corner block l), Rice's addition
Co of lots 31, 5tt, block A 23 80 Steve Ellis south-t of block I), Sold at reduced

D.L.. OAULDEN, Elliot Titus ni 6f lot 1, except north 20-ft Wagor's sub- Howell Titus 100-ft square block 11, pi ices

div of lots 3fc t, 5, ((, block II 3 50 E II Rice n| of block 1, all blocks 4, 5, w) block 7, liti|>srt HtToknjr
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Town of Titusville n 20-ft lot 1 Wager's sub-div of lots 3, 4, .1, part blk 8, all blk 10 exo to Flood, blk AVI no,
(J block BII 3 10 11 exo to Titus, all blk 12, Rico's avo from Italy.
Will In all the Courts
practice of
of Florida, and the United States Courts.P. the. State T Titus lot 2 Wager's sub-div of lots 3, 4, 5, blk BD 3 (10 J P Turner south pait lot 5, block B, Coleman's add

O. Box,23B. TITUSVILLE, FLA. W Tuttle n| lots 5, tt, Wager's sub-div of lots 3, 4, 3, J P Turner lots 4,5, block C, John B. Togni ,
0 block B . 3 70 unknown . lot (l. block C, "
Money to Loan. is X Nolle . sj lots 5, ti, LeIIaron map of Titusville, blk Blots 3 20 J P Turner . . lot7, 8,0, block 0. Metropolitan Saloon, 123 East Ray St.,
D W Tuttle 7. 8, and n| lots ti, 10, block Csouthhalf 4 05 J P Turner lots 12, 1.1, ' ' JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.M'liul .
TV/T GOLDSMITH, S J NoitonDuren of east-half lot 2, block Dnorthhalf 3 20 M E Titus north-4 block 1, Titus' addition ,
A Feaster . . of west-half lot 2, block D.westhalf 23 60 Howell Titus . south-i block 1, > l ami Hi-lull
M E Titus lot 7, block E. . . 3 20 Theo Titus all block 2, '
Howell Titus. . all block 3 "
,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Indian River Loan A Improvement
Most Complete
Co. east 00-ft lots 8, 10, block FII 0 00 Annie E Titus . . lot 1, block I, ' The Largest and
3 20 L M Howm.urW lots 4 5 block 4 ' Establishment South.
. J A Coleman north stilp lot I, block GJ , ,
Titusville, Florida."C A C61emau south stilp lot 1, block GG 3 20 R Wolfe lots 8, I), block 4, ' .

A Montgomery part lot dcs. in deed book M, p (>.'!0, lot 1, 1) W Tuttle lots 1, 2, 3, block tl, Titus' addition . . GEO. HACKER
block O . . . 12 20U W II Myers. . . lot5. block 0, ' '. .'. .
J. WEBB, L A Coleman vt of lot 2, des. in deed book II, p. go 301, D W Tuttle. . lots 0, 7, 8,1), 10, blk 0 .
30 Annett lot 1 block 8 .
lot 2, block GD Cleveland . ,
1 75 L 11 lots 3 4 0 10 blk 8 . .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, W Tuttle lot 1, block IIM Biglow i. 2, , 7,
E Gruber lot 2 north lH-ft, lot 4 block KB 17 70 i.Tmknott . .lot 5, block 8, .
Will practlco la the Courts of the 7thCircuit. U Wilson lots 5 and (t, block KA 11 () W To/.er blocks 1, 2, 3, I, 5, (I, w) blk 7, Carpenter's
Taxes paid for non-residents 0 (HI addition 0 30
T Feaster lots 1 and 2, block LM
and rents and accounts collected.Titusville E Titus south-half of west-half, block L . 4 t

Florida.T R L Lockard north-half of west-half block L . . 3 20
Theo Titus lots 3, 4, LeB.irron's map of old block 3 . 1 73
M E Titus. lot 7, LeBarron's map of old block 3 . 1 17 30HOMESEEKERS
O. FRIES, C. E. Mrs J E Harrison lots 2 and 4, east sub-div of block I . 3 20
Gustavo Moslng lots 0 and 8, 4 .
COUNTY SURVEYOR. Lizzie F Rice lot 1), east sub-div of block 4M

C Weiser lot 10, east sub-div of block 4Tace Home in the
are Seeking a
Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. A Doyle lot 2, block

Mapping neatly done. Estimates for M Goldsmith north-half lot 5, block ttFWEmmerson MANUFACTURERS OF
lot 1, block 8 \ South should send to the undersigned
all kinds of engineering woiks. Disputed S G Vanlandingham lot 3, block 0HJBarksdale Doors Sash, Blinds ,
lot 7, block 0 .
lines a specialty.Titusville E B Waeer lots 13, 15, 10, 21, 25 Wager's sub-div of lots for of the Moulding & Building Material.Olllco .
0 30 a
Brevard Co., Flokida.CTEPIIEN 3,4,5, II, block A copy
lot 3 block 17S 1 40
Theo Titus ,
A Wareriioms, king, opposite
II Ray. . lot 7, block 10ItoVvell 14 80 .
Cannon Stieet.Charleston
E. FOSTER lot 1 12 '. 1> 00
Titus ,
E B Wager. part lot 3, block 12, descilbed in deed book Florida East Coast Homeseeker.Wo S. C. 1t
15 00 ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, W, page 1!).>
Theo Titus lot 1, block 13 . 3 20
Rooms 420 A 42J, Gardner Building, Bievard County Abstract of Sash Weights, Cord and

Jacksonville, Flokida.Wm. Title Co. lot 1, 14. 7 55 have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and foi
and 8 block 14. 3 20 Hardware.
Theo Titus.D lots 2 0-1 Winter and Summor Homes, Climate the healthiest In the United States.
W Tuttle . lots 2 and 11)), 2
IDHI.
Scott. Gordon R. Broome.OCOTT Theo Titus . lot 12, 1 411 Apply to Window and Fancy Glass

M E Stewart . lot 2, 17. 1 40
& BROOME, T E Hall.M . lot 5, 17.IS. 0 10 JAS. E. 1NGRAHAM Lund Commissioner, A SPECIALTY.BO .

E Titus . lot' 1 40
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Annie Jackson . lot 8, 10. 88 FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, YEARS'EXPERIENCE

(over Bank) E B Wager . lot !), 10I 2 south half of lot 10, block 10 88 ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
E
Miami, Floiida. Howell Gory Titus lot 11, block 10 T.M 1 17

C Weiser lot 8, block 20W 88
R Wolte lots 2 and 3, block 2J 1 10

/ EORGE W. ALLEN, unknown T lot J, block 22 > 1 10
1 40
unknown : lot .>,
Ella M narrls lot (J, 4 05
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, lot 7 1 40 Traoc Marks

Key West, Floiida.WJU unknown.unknown... lotl lots),., "" "" 1 1 40 40 MANIER & LANE MUSIC CO. COPYRItlHTS DCSIONS)Ac.Anvnnff .

unknown. nrtln* a nketrti sml ilnsorlnf Ion mar
practice in the United States unknown lot 12, 1 40 Diiluklr Mimrtalii nnniplnlnii fraa wlinfhur su
and State Courts. OjunOopR. Poyntz it Nolle all block 23 4 04 Ilivnnilnii m nnnHilmitM.prohahlrpiftlnlitaltlih IlniKlhookcill Commmilra.rtlnnaatrlilllf Pntallts

Howell Titus i . lot 2, block 25 88 ..mtlr.m. oliltwl nimmiy fur nnrurlnu'i t ii( .
'
lots 10 11 and 12 block 25. 2 04 l-slmita taSan through Maim *
Jac Byid fprrbU milled, without olmryo. In tho
F. II. HOUGHTON, unknown lot 1, block 2 1)8
unknown.C lot 2, block 2
H Watson lot 3, block 20. Comer Fischer Kingsbury FrankilnPIAH0S.J haniliiomolr lllni DENTIST. D W Tuttle . . lots H and 7, block 21)) 1 40 ,

Theo Titus . lots 2 and 11, block 28 2 04,, iBr..d .,.New York
Co
&
lots 1 and 3, block 20
Floiida."D unknown C.v .
D.
Daytona, block Brauob Onion, 6 r Bt,Waablogtoii.
John S Schoflield.D lot 2, 20 a .
W TuttleMarvJTerry lots 4, 5 and (I, block 20
lot 3, block 30

ALPH E. SMITH, 31. D. Theo Titus lots 0, 8, 10, 11, block 30 CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS t ..fr w**", tyturM

1* S Titus lt8 "i 12, block 30 TAMPS T WHY NOT K

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Howell Titus . . . --J0'0; H1"3?; \m
Theo Titus I., 1, 2, Specialist in Genital, Urinary an Rectal Howell Titus lotsO, 10 12, block 31P Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms.

Diseases. S Titus 'ot "> I"00* 31
Theo Titus . lots 1, 2, 3, block 32Lizzie
Write for
Located at Pla cid' Hotel, J Tucker lot 4, block 32U Catalogues.MANIER.

lot 0, block 32
Jacksonville, Flokida. B Archibald A LANE MUSIC COMPANY
unknown J > <* :UHCCnmpbell ,
INTHETSQWEAK
lot 8, block 32 . 21 East Bay Stroot, Jacksonville, Flu.OOIIVG .
and Lemon D W Tuttle lots 11, HI, 1H, Robbing" Graham add
Pineapple, Orange Mrs T B Blglow lots 4U, 47, CO, Robbins Graham add

Land For Sale, Cheap. unknown lot 13 Joynervllle addition
AJHippard nJ IoM!' MEN MADE VIGOROUS

A J Patch > J* l
have for sale 80 acres of pineapple T W Lund lot 15, Joynervllle addition

land on St. Lucie river, a few miles below Bobbins A Graham. . sTlotK), "" *
lot {*, NORTH .
Eden, 40 of which being northeast unknown J I) Davis. lots 10, 20, vt i lot 21, Joynervllle add

quarter of northeast quarter of section Carrie W Suttrwalght.J lots 21,31, TRAYEL YIA THE "TIFTON ROUTE." 111MY, ''Mi. "is'iDAY. "" 8701.

18, township 38, south of range 41 east; J Boxunknown lot 25, What PEFFER'S NERVIGOR Old
the other 40 is the northeast quarter . lot II, sub-div of lot :HIwestJ

of southeast 'quarter of section 3, unknown. . of lot 37 . Southern and Florida ntmiirt It ot full.powerfully Yciiinii mure ami r nun< uan!my.lout Curna ntanhootli wban nl.luiiHiranuvar all.
:iH 30 42nervilfa Joy- Georgia Railway.Suwanee vluor. Ahftnlul.lv township 38, south of range 41 east. Ed Edmunson lot 3 sub-div of lots , 40,41, intr> 4l AftCiftra ymilliful Ai *rvouaftt *, J* at \ Itiftlltr*
The above land can be bought for $10 addition niHilmiir, N llbllr rmlnlau. l.o *Iovt ..v.althar .
lot 5 sub-div of lots IH 30 40 II, 42, Joy I'ulllal Slamory rsa.lna; li' -
per acre. It; is suitable for pineapple, Watts Bel.imy.. . River Route. n..ft, anti aH f"f 0ahum( or abcmmi an I
lemon or lime growing. nervllle addition "If lii.anltir an orange, Bold in lots of 40 acres, for lots I, 2, 3, Rerdell's addition . tlatontiCKlnt u. aim wiirthli.i aaiihatituta hat.an onrMnti.r
Will bo Wilbur It a pr'.uu InHlHlon -
Mary > b**' ati.o jtIhM
cash. This land will soon be worth |50 J C Bennett lotO, . The Georgia Southern A Florida Railway comprlsos part of tho Tlfton Route, Ilia rKKrCH'S NKUi I.JOIC, or.acnil fur It.Ihm .
(. l> aarrlHit In T l|HMill t. fr p lit plnln wraini.r. >
per acre. unknown lot 7, and is the most direct route to all points North, East and West, and operates the Ml par box. or |o M.t, with A I'o.ltl.alirlitab

Apply to C. II. Walton, Advocate A A Stewart lot 12, "' "" finest Pullman IlutTot sleepers; doublo daily, Jacksonville to Nashville jvla Macon, V r. Paniphl.-t Uaaraali rrad* to Bol'l Onra by ilruwslnla.nrH.rnnd A.ldrCoinnioncinn -hoM.n ..

office; or to Bobbins A Graham, Titus*lt unknown. . . lot lot II 14, '" Atlanta, and Chattanooga; traversing the farnous fruit belt of Georgia.ind| the
,
.
.
ville E unknown B Wager lot 15. Historical Rattle Fields of North Georgia and Tennessee, .Sold !>y J. 11. Hcreven, only.

unknown lot 1 "" ** # For further Information, maps, schedules, sleeping car reservations, etc.,
What do you need in the way of unknown lot 17,
heads bill lotl"* /. . write or call on
note and letter ,
envelopes, unknown '
heads, statements, tags, cards, etc ? A A Stewart . . lot 22, "" HUGH II. RICHARDSON, Gen. A t., Royal-tansy pillsNKtrntacovKKV.
We shall be glad to have a share of your Radford GodfreyA lot 23, 7 Hogan St., Jacksonville.Wm. .
lot 24 Rerdell's addition CIIECKLEY SHAW, O. A. MacUONALD, Ttr.vrHrxitf.A .
work. We have a first-class 1ob department A Stewart naw,rullaula and aararailat fur.ilp.pn
connected with the Advocate, Howell Titus . lot 25, Vice-President, Macon, Ga. Gen'l Passenger Agt.1B3A. *di axaaft.lva, arainty or painful
S ,ooa>
iiunHturatliin.Now u a .1.1.
and all we ask is a share of your work.v E L Dupont . ,. ... iMdlcalnvlifora* a th orirana. It*.
laaltatloaa. fiauialiaiiar.
af r. aa
wiftra aaaftt
K P SammisMrsL I ti par bua, aiuall boa SI. Sanaaaajad
B Blglow. ; : ; : : : : ; ; ; Chang* of He ninh at Hcliffilulo. In tor plain wartlitllar wrappar. Sul.l, %Santl by to lu Inatampa liir
unknown s.i>r..l.lr I'Kril KMrUiiliCAmmiflXrUIH. -
kl a o, 1U.
The bent unknown, ; Monday last, tliestoumerSt.
seeds grown are unknown . Sold by J. R. Screven, only.Don't .
#aa>larry' The best'r Sallie J YardS Augustine, of tho I. It. R. II. I. N.
seeds sown are Ferry areiMKerry's. s. n Ray Company, leaves Titusville .Mondays ami
seeds known
iThe best. It puys to plant "a"FERRY'S unknownunknown Wednesdays at 5:13: p. in., arriving atht.I.uclu Tubsrro Npll sail Rmnka Tnnr Ufa Xn j.To .
Rlrer and quit tobacco easily'' uml forever, be mag.n .
Tuesdays Thursdays.
unknown.SFGray tla. fall of life, nerve und vixor, talie NoTollao -
COTTON "W Returning, leave bt. Lucie River Tuesdays ,tbe wondar-worUir, tbut makes wealc men

. lots 00, 70' and Fridays, anlvlntf at Titusville strong. All druiiKlsts, Woor l. Cureguaraoleeil -
SeedsJA . lots 71 to 117 inclusive, Rerdell's addition TWINES.A IJoolclet und uample Ire*. Addrea*
2S18US Mrs L B BlglowA . lot D, Rerdell's addition SOFT SEINE Wednesdays and Saturdays; connectlnp; Sterling itemedy Co., Oblcsgo or New York.J2 .

k 'he doalor for tbem. Send A Stewart lot 1, block A, Fisher's addition PfRrECT STURGEON TWINE. both nortli'and sputh with J., T. A K.W. .
V FlRBT'S9tCO N U llr D T GerowP ft and7 block A Fisher's addition... t'ain at Titusville. '
lots ,
for this
. comrounioatlons
MACRAME.E.
dandrCiriZ Fisher. All paper
M C0RD8 mo
talliliufBKt
>
ft "
iwl CABLE
n w the lutes* and Joe Fisher ; lots 1, 3, 5, f and 7, block B, . Freight for Indian, River and Lake should he addressed "Tan Advocate
r-i/r V *no best.MF&iiviW John MyersP lot 2, block B, Fisher's addition EMORY JOHNSON, o ... s o w.. m. Worth should leave Jacksonville Saturdays Titusville, Fla." This irlll Insure In*,
0. M. FERRY CO.Dstroit M FisherS .. lots 1, 2, 3, 5. 0, block D, Fisher's addition. M00DUS, CONN. and Mondays to prevent delay. mediate attention.
Mich.
H Ray ,. lot 1, block E, Fisher's addition









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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, AUGUST 5, 1898.f .


INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE.A causes, aside from the injudicious Merritt, of Lemon City, and W. L. WldI I place has been completed. SAYE MONEY And Buy From ****
; of Jupiter, In town Tuesday
indulgences by some of the men, meyer were Col. Knowlton, of Illinois, is visiting
In attendance on the School Board.
says the general in charge of the at Ankona aod vicinity.
WIIKLV JOURNAL DKVOTHD TO TUB DBVKLOPMBNT The County Commissioners met at
camp; anU surely he should know The water In the savanna is exceedingly
,
INDIAN RIVKH LAKKWOKTII
Or TUB Juno on Monday. They had
There is Anything l and Affords Excellent fishing.T. .
AMD niHOAVNB BAY SBOTIOKS.i'UULISHKD whereof he speaks. now but a pleasant sail going and returning, iw,
no more sickness there than is the wind and tain being something terrible. A. Tourman has returned from a Feed Garden Seeds Flour
EVKHY FRIDAY.Chaulics natural to expect from exposing aa sojourn at Miami and the lower East Grain Hay Grits
,
large body of unaccliroated volunteers II. D. Pierce, of Hypoluxo, who was Coast.A ,
H. Walton, Editor & Proprietor.DlHoonllnuanre to the hardships,of an unaccustomed brought here for the doctor's care some settlement has been effected by the Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.
later camp life, and the days ago, is now lying at the point of County Commissioners by which T. A.Tourman .
death, the doctor having given up all received *100 and N. W.Frantz .
f. : oflloe of ailvtu. mnut lie made pcronully surgeons report a rapid daily improvement hopes of recovery. Mr. Pierce has been $40, for right of roadway.VVm. Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless to man
tills or by writing. rbeast.
nt
of the cases now down. unconscious for Heveral days. lie is suffering Closest Margins. Write for quotations.
the
has cash
on
Kergher, of Carrollton, Ills., Only sell for
Oond| From our sources of information, from, a cancer immediately under
VVooten
of F. several
J.
Th f< H.Check Walton, to.,,publisher may be made and payabta proprietor to Cuahlb* we ure satisfied that there is no the left ear. / recently acres purchased of land at North Ankona, and Office: 124 VV. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FI.a.,

exist cause for apprehension as to the will erect a winter residence.Ormond .

"water?, Adilres* all communications toIXDIAN health of the troops encamped at Fort Pierce.VV. Try a Simple of
100 tiiot RIVER ADVOCATE, Miami ; and (furthermore, wesare Beach.Mrs. .

ovw* TlTOtVILLB, FLOKIOA.IT. confident that all Floridians feel OUR $25.00 ONE
has || f assured that Mr. Flagler will do all Russel and L. Chase killed a fine
tj bear, Sunday, on the beach. J. N. Huston is enjoying the delightful HORSE FARM
MBpeopt 8. I>vi>nrtiiiciit of Agriculture that lies in his power to remedy that Sheriff Jos. P. Brown was a pleasant seabreezes at Hotel Coqutna.
evils should exist
>Vciithcr I Jiircnu Jupiter, Fla.Tho any any visitor to town this week.We Miss Merrill, a charming young lady WAGON.H
occasion either sickness .
I Ieo or
hare
may with
of Palatka, is spending a few days
have had fine rains which
some
loJK' serious discomfort to the troops, were badly needed In this section.B. ,. Miss Nellie Fowler.C. Axles, 1J Tires, Patent wheels, double box, shafts and Spring Seat.
havoc following 18 a comparative state* for it is to his interests as well to at the Bicycles, Sundries, etc.
them1// eroture and rainfall for the Lowry is going Into the Abakka II. Bradly, night .operator JACKSONVILLE
;
mentof preserve Miami's healthfulness.It business Ormond stbtlon of the F. E. C. By., Is Main and Church Sts.. FLA.
2 1H0H. pineapple quite extensively.Capt.
Tuesday Aug. ,
peek ending ,
if the officers the .
** -1807- |ooks to us as staying at Coquina.Mrs.
lath* -1808MAX. *
A. J. Lewis has returned from '
landlidiatiL I>ATK.as MIN. MAX. MIW. and men were tired of Miami, and an extended trip up the river.W. Marion Vance, the charming
-8 75 88 70 wanted to get to some big town, hostess of the Coquina, passed a few The NewSelden
theoKEiavj 80HO 88 78 where they could get more amusement Bass left on Sunday for a few days days in Jacksonville the past week.C. .
88 75 hunting in the Narrows, with friends.
2i! 808S 77 than was offered them in up II. Walton, of the editorial staff of
: 80 85 Master Kate Saunders Is assisting Mr. the "pink of the East Coast," was
Dade paper Door
75
treat: jol 8.1 81 711 71 8 85<1 757t county. Cobb,. In the store, during Walter's absence. a welcome guest at the Coquina over Cypress Company

is *,.& 2 85 71 80 overSunday. ,

ns ti Total rainfall for the week: 2.80 Indies THE MOSQUITO. The Misses Ilanklns have given up the C. Leman, a popular clergyman
Departure from normal rainfall for the Edgar house, and have rented rooms of Gainesville, conducted the evening

week: minus 1.75 inches. Departure Although we'have been remarkably -, from Mrs. Copeland.Mr. services at St. James Episcopal church October 1st, 1800, turned the steam on to
from normal rainfall since January 1, free from the pesky mosquito and Mrs. J. Lane returned from last Sunday. Opened

minus 10.88 inches.J. since last fall, and have enjoyed Tampa on Sunday, the former bringing Colby Pinkerton is gaining quite a One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sash Blind
the measles with him ,
W. Chonk, Observer.IMiMOCItATIC as a pet. reputation as the star fisherman ofOrmond
much and relief in

ti8aSif TICK1ST. peace thereof, the time has consequence arrived last There Saturday was a festival night, for In the the Town benefit Hall of during the, having past week.landed many line fish and General Wood Working Plants in the United States.

insect
troublesome
when that the Methodist church. The hall was Miss Phillips, who has been the guest
(covering a past experience of
is very much in evidence again, prettily decorated for the occasion, and of the Misses Scarret, has returned to And with experienced management eight
For Congress, Second District of Florida and will continue so now for a a large number of people were present. her home in Gainesville. She is greatly years In Cypress) tho patrons of our at company our hands.may confidently Our production expect will the best
HOIIEKT VV. DAVIS, of months Some of the young ladles and children missed by her many friends in Ormond. possible material and workmanship Materials Tanks covet
couple allowing us, some excellent recitations and Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, not-house Glass, etc.CHAS. .
Of Putnam Co. gave very
however, a few brief spells of rest songs. Quite a large sum of money was Little Ltllias Pratt, the seven-year-old
during that period at least, we realized from the sale of various edibles. daughter of Mrs. J. II. Pratt, who is
is anxious for spending the Bummer at the Coquina, WELSHANS
Stain now peace, fervently hope so.We N.
makes the sweetest picture imaginable, ,
but she is too late to secure any are accustomed to think of as she floats in the surf with an ease and
concessions such as could have but a single species of mosquito, Eau Gallie. grace envied by many older bathers.

been made to her in the early clays and of this as occurring in most One of the* most enjoyable entertainments
TAR
COAL
of the war. parts of the country ; but, as a High southeast winds and heavy of the season was a marsh-mallow CEMENT, BRICK, LIME, SHINGLES, PLASTER,
matter of fact. (?sten Sacken's Catalogue Bhowers this week. toast, given by L. R. Woods to the guests

The splendid performance of of the Diptera records Ernest Taylor and .J. D. Smith have of .Coquina Woods Is hotel a great last favoiite Friday with evening.Mr. the. ** HAIR AND LATH. *#
Miami.Hon.
the United States cruisers New twenty-one species from North returned from ladies, and Is "as happy as a king."

Orleans and Topeka, both of which America, and F. W. Urich states' M. S. Jones, of Titusville, was In Geo. VV. Bristol, clerk of Volusia State Agent L. & M. Paints and. Oils.
are English built and armed vessels that he has observed at least ten town one day last week.Miss.Hodgson County Court, of DeLand, was a guest

are calculated to inspire species in Trinidad. Twenty species entertained the euchre at the Coquina, Sunday, and on leaving Old 'Phone 8. ;\ 13 Hogan Street,
Americans with a proper respect are contained in the collection club at lis last week's meeting.Dr. was heard to remark that his health had JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Ankona. .

for British nuval and ordnuticeconstruction. of the U. S. National Museum, including Huglilett, of Cocoa, came down been greatly Improved by three taken huge
lie had
insects from New Hampshire Tuesday, to visit Uev. II. M. Prince, who gulps of sea water which
while bathing in the surf. Mr. Bristol
Massachusetts, New York, is very feeble. said lie read about this sea-water cure in

The death of Prince Iilsmurck, Maryland, District of Columbia, received Our townsman the lepubliuan, John McAllister nomination, has for the Titusville Advocate. .HAMMOND PACKING CO.

which occurred late last Saturday Illinois, Minnesota, Kentucky, Ne.braska assessor. \ The Tuesday and Saturday evening . . .
Louisana, Georgia, Flor. hops are very popular. The one given
has in
night, put Germany mourning Ida, and the Island of Jamaica, The steamer Kathleen Is on the Banana last Tuesday being especially so, a large (Forraeily The G. II. Hammond Co.)
for her great soldier-statesman, river run Mils week, the-steamer crowd being In attendance. Many visitors
and the European world, generally, West Indies. Spartan beihg out on the ways for anoverhauling. from Daytona were present and pleasure OUR SPECIALTIES :
condoles with her in the sad and The following interesting statement ran high until the stroke of twelve

much-lamented loss. Like Gladstone concerning the life history of Editor Onlin, of the Melbourne Times, o'clock warned the gay and jolly party "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon

the Iron Chancellor's equul the mosquito is based Upon a series was prancing about town Saturday on to disperse.
"Coin canned meats."Calumet"
of observations made by the Division his high-stepping saddle horse, receiving Special" .
will be difficult find.Dumso .
to a pleasant greeting from one and all.Geo. breakfast bacon."Calumet"
of Entomology, of the United hams and .
States Department of Agriculture, VV. McKenzie, after several days
our war with Spain, the development of two summer spent at Miami, has returned to his DR. EDEN'S NO. 49.... leaf lard.
Sundays seem to have been the upon home on Banana river, the field In .his
Homemade lard."Peerless"
generations of Culex pure .
of much action pungens line of business being already tilled.
days conspicuous *
one of our commonest and most
in connection with the hostilities. After a fortnights pleasant visit to FATIGUE POWDERS.Uneqnaled compound lard sausages
his in widespread species : Egg J laying friends in Georgia, Mr. and Mrs Geo. F.Paddison .
Dewey won great victory and all House Products.
takes the being Packing
place at night, eggs returned home Saturday, glad
Manila Day on a Sunday; Schley deposited in bout-shaped masses to get back to the gentle breezes of Indian FLORIDA BRANCH : Jacksonville Fla.K .
destroyed Cervera's fleet on the River. ,
on the surface of the water, and for
Sabbath, and on a Sunday the numbering from 200 to 400 in each Owing to certain reasons the promised Write us for quotations, and you will be pleased.
Stars and Stripes were raised over The hatch in sixteen Ice cream social did not materialize at the
mass. eggs may Malaria Liver Diseases Loss of
Santiago. Avilah last Saturday, but its production ,
hours. The larvie live beneath
is assured at this Saturday eveulng'sBocial.
the surface of the water, coming Appetite, and all Analmic conditions. JEWELED, WATCHES CLOCKS

ao American enterprise is to the to the top at frequent intervals to John Wyiin, Joel Scott, and several Tones up the muscles, clears the brain; ,
front again, when it .is considered breathe, The larval state be
? may others of our Tropio'friends, were over
i that already several syndicates completed in seven days ; the pupal Saturday. John took a couple of chances a true Heart Tonic, for the weak, nervous Jewelry Diamonds

iM iI have been formed to operate in state may last only twentyfourhours. at a bicycle raffle and was lucky enough and debilitated.Tastless ,
to win the wheel, which he carried back
that section of Cuba '
now occupied An. entire generation in
by the American forces. The purpose summer time, then, may be completed in triumph. and harmless; can be given WATCHES. Souvenirs, Wedding Rings and Presents.

t f is to buy plantations und start in ten days. This length of to babies. 25 cents in stamps, to any '

the growth of sugar enne and tobacco time, however, may be almost indefinitely address. V/tyU/ FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING

C ; while manufactories will enlarged if the weather iSlLVERVWR*

also be started. It would seem by be cool. There are, therefore, Fred Hatnor Is tho happy possessor ofa SAMUEL EDEN. H. D., A SPECIALTY.

this that American capital and many generations, in the course ofa new cat-bout. Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way. K. 3. RILES,

push are about to create a commercial season, and the insect may breed yCtat bro6klyn, n. y. 223 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

revolution in Cuba. successfully in a more or less transient White City Tuesday. 1.1 tO Bush wick Avenue.

4 surface pool of water. Mosquitoes The new dock at Mrs. E. L. Pratt's

England, whose whole army is hibernate in the adult condition

only 220,860 men, is able to control in cellars and outhouses and PLANT SYSTEM.If

an empire upon which the sun under all sorts of shelter. .
never sets, embracing colonies in'all The mosquito and its exact place WHEN IN NEED OF.

parts of the world. The whole in the economy of nature might

British army in India comprises realty form the subject of endless you are going anywhere, whether It be to the

only 78,000 men ; yet Spain with discussion. It has been asserted Lumber Hardware and Paints
200,000 men have been unable in that its blood-extracting powers
three years to subdue one island or act as a preventative to fever and North South East West Northwest

preserve order there. The contrast stave off malaria from the system, ,

shows the difference between but we ure inclined to believe that Or anything in the line of Building Material Southwest
good and bad government. it has Just the opposite eiFect. or ,

The only mission that we can
THE CAMP AT MIAMI. see for it is to test the patience of or House Furnishing goods, Tinning or REMEMBER THAT THE

mankind and prevent his indulgence

There is no doubt that many of in too much sleep at this enervating Plumbing, do not fail to write Railways and

the articles published in newspapers and soporific period of the PLANT SYSTEM

outside the state, relative to year. If the mosquito be of any Steamship Lines

Miami as a camping ground for use except as food for spiders we

;j the soldiers, have been much exaggerated should be glad to know it, as up to WITH GATEWAYS AT
; and all such twaddle the present time a careful investigation "THE BRICK STORE,"

though furnishing eensatlonal news has failed to discover any Port Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville,
for the satfrqn-hued journals is possible reason for his existence OOOOA, XxxcSLlnxx nivor, FXjA.

not.calculated to do the East Coast except those suggested. Charleston, Montgomery, Tifton

or any other section of Florida AND VARIOUS OTHER POINT?,

much harm, as the general good West Palm Beach. Carpets Mattings and Rugs
r health of our fair state is too well I With Its All-the-Year-Round
well known to be hurt by such unscrupulous Henry Anthony la In town on a visit

Bay Biscayne attacks.is high The, dry camp and on to hisfamily.M.. E. Gruber. paid Miami a visit last THE LARGEST *ST0CK AT LOWEST PRICES. Double Daily Service Is the

week, returning Friday morning.E. Route
Best ,
healthful, and before the troops
arrived there large suras of money II. Dimlck Is home again from Miami Fall Patterns are now being received.

by Mr. Flagler to where he has been running a business And that all Information can be obtained Promptly by
were
spent provide
branch for several weeks past. Awnings and Linoleums a Specialty.H.
for their comfort and health. Addressing or Calling onF.
Our townspeople suffered for the want
"There are sick men at Miami of Ice last Saturday, a breakdown in the E. CLARK M. JOLL-Y, Division Passenger Agent,
and there have been deaths ,
some ; factory Friday night having caused the
Block,
but not a soldier has died from famine.Dr. 38 West Bay St., 138 West Bay St., Astor Jacksonville, FUB.

diseases resulting from local Jackson, of Cocoanut Grove; Z. T, I Jacksonville, Fla. W. WRENN
Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.EsrMMNVwrirC .










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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, AUGUST 5, 1898.St. .


residents of this city.
Royal *tn*food par*.
wboliMOM and dallckxi*. Miss Merrltt, danghter of Mr. and Mrs.

Chas. A. Merrltt, of this place, lias ar FERTILIZERSaiRKOIJLIv
rived home. She has- been in Englnud

during the past eight years. Her father y K X H
came up from Key West, Saturday last, 1?
to meet her. She
certainly looks as if
hugland agreed with her.


LaGrange. PRICES



Miss Jane Johnson has returned from -1

her visit to Lake Mary. -Pizi-eeLpj pl | -

Orange trees nre looking well, and -
HAbsolutely several have a fine bloom.

Uncle Tom .Tolinsun Is busy with the L11 ArOTJLTi,
big books in Titusville this week.We hihi Price $25.00.guaranteki jy" Before buying the following Materials lie sure and apply tou 1

Pure are having some rains now, and
everybody is planting pc. s and potatoes. > ANALYSIS: for prices, and wo will prove to you wo can save you money.

Jake Mendel returned from Sanford Ammonia MolKtura a to 10 STEAMED BONK, RAW BONK,

and Lake Mary this week, but he is still Kqual to tiilphat( of Ammonia 20 s to to 2.H"*
OVAL MKINO POWOIS CO., NIW VOKK. a "bach." Available I'tmnnliorto Aolil ft to n BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE,
K<|>ih1 to Hone l'hiwphateof Lima. .,
Will McColough passes through our l'iil >h M U ,., 11 s to to 1.1 DISSOLVED BONK, NITRATK OF SODA, nn

burg melons.twice a week with a load of water MiiRUeaia Kipinl to Sulphate, Liuie, Soda of l'ouwh, etc V 68 II to to (11153T" 1(1( SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS,


Key West. The shell roRd from LaGrange ceme Writ for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHEN,

tery to Titusville will "" COTTON SEED'UULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTA.MIKN.
bo
probably completed $3 Special Mixtures
compounded with
machinery at very low
this week.Mrs. .
Robert O. Curry and family have returned H prices.
from Barnesville, Ga. Frensley, who has been on the
sick list for quite a while, Is much im
The Koy West Ice company will soon proved.Geo. Please Covrespond uh boforo boiny indncod to buy from Denier*. Send for
be delivering Ice in their own wagons. Pnmphlet. 0n
Gardner expects to set out an
Win, Curry's Sons are. making some of
acre peppers soon as well
as a num
Deeded improvements in their store.S. ber of eggplants. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. t!

C. Bott, of Jacksonville, has been Jim Coats looks lonesome now that ,
installed as clerk at the government machine both his boys have gone to get married

shops. or join the army. Tclc3ssozxt7"I11o ZLPloxia-a
,.
Peter Williams has resigned as chief The Pioneer coopcrago turned out two !

Inspector of customs, and Leana Andrews nice tanks for Judge Jones last week, togo
has taken his the residence of C. C, Barnes.
place.J to his Klondike place down the river.E. Melbourne.GOOPK .

0. Farker, of St. Augustine has The A. M. E. church has been holding j 1
B. Carter was In our burg a few The Premier Flour of
stand leaned the Otto's soda-water fountain and candy days ago looking at some of T. A. Johnson's a number Sunday-bchool of delegates convention are in town., nnd a large Airent fur* .Ktn.i OOOHK., London lt,. l and Kntjite Liverpool and Ijiaim.and VI'
at drug store.
tine hogs, with a view to purchase, Olohe, and ImiHTiiil Fire Inmirance. Special
Henry Van Dorn has succeeded in attention paid to the interenta of non ro.l- !
residents
of
Many our road the Advocate Uncle Shad slipped aft on the train ilunte.WtlEJT.
getting a good flow of water for the colored
with much interest. We note that last
Friday and rumor had it lie went to
Contractor J. A. MacDonald of Miami schoolhouse, at a depth of 120 feet.
perform the marriage ceremony for someone YOP DO TO MRLHOITRXR onl! at the Unexcelled
is going into the ostrich business.Dr. may be Jake. Lightning has been striking at the lliixaiir, Mm. t'lum ,?, y. Campbell Co., At IIlinorv '

A. D. Williams', of Jacksonville, flagstaff* all over town lately, but they ,and ISotloim woven, I'ndnrwoar l ry Oood ,,Kerrla'Ijidiva'ltenoulied runriylnaclo - I

and the Red Cioss nurses, who recently When in want of kind of building being patriotically inclined suffered nodamage. Comet.,eto embroidery and colored allka, :
any Bouvenir
,
left here, have safely arrived at Porto material, in car loads or otherwise, the .pooii. Stationery, ato. For 'i

Kico. Builders' Supply Co., at St. Augustine, Sojourners at the bench have a chnncoto HOW., llKLI.KVl'E, MKL1IOITRNR, KLA. and
The Mallory Line steamers will resume will be pleased to make you a delivered cool off delightfully, F. J. Smith hav- Lovidv lew of Indian River. In a ..holleredfdttintion
their schedule between New York, Key price nt your station. You have noagent's inc opened an ice cream stand near tho rate..Superior aceomniodatlonH, Moderate

Wett and Galveston about Satuiday, the or middleman's commission topay. Sea Side Inn.Wm. V. n. CAMrilKIX, rroprlotor. Bread

ijth Inst. Troy has returned from Hot Paslry.JACKSONVILLE

Springs, Ark., where he went time ,
Robert W. Parsons second some HOTEL
vice-presi ItlVERSIIlE, MF.LHOITHNK, FLA.,
dent of the F. E. C. Railway (whose appointment Banyan.J. ago in seaich of relief from rheumatiotroubles. overlookiik! liulinn ltiver: homelike nooonimmlntloii. T "
.
Mr. und good hoard. Itate. ft !M> iier H & '
by Flagler was noted in a day or (l.0O to tl.m per week, antiordins to
former issue of the Advocate), recently The Halifax River Yacht Club aro location of room. Special rate, to River
R.
made a flying trip to Key West. Mr. Ragan. expects to plant a crop ofpeppers. going to build a set of ways in front ofJ. people, CI I AS. T. McltlUlMt.proprietor.. Represented by F. M. BURST,

Parsons is a right jovial fellow, and his C. Maley's. This will bo a great convenience ,
numerous friends 'are always ready to J. A. Booth and family spent Sunday for overhauling the boats.Bro. .
give him a hearty welcome.Miami. in Banyan.J. LKOV A. VKK1C, M. I)., PHYSICIAN AND
F, A. Mann, of tho St. Augustine HCHOKOX, .Mellioiirne, Kla. K
M. Field and wife have returned News, was In town Inst week. Someone SEEDS-Field and Garden SEEDS.
from indianola.J. claims to have seen him smile, but the
Dr. Peck paid a visit to Miami this
statement is taken
R. Wynn and Arch Campbell rode rum grand Halt*. week.

up on their wheels Sunday.Somo Laurence Thompson wont down to
Capt. E. R. Rose is in Miami on important last week to visit his Bert. Miss Jenkins has been spending a few Seed
camp son, Largest House in the State.
business matters. of the rains reported in other Incidentally, he tried a mouthful of days at Melbourne Beach the past week. lata."t
would fill want here.W. .
parts a long-felt
Uncle Sam's rations baked beans and Miss May Pearson
Two carloads of of Melbourne
Jersey cows have J. has finished the like.F. Beach in Special Varieties of Corn far Florida. Meml arrived for General Lawrence's stock Ragan just setting was town last Wednesday, crops.
f.irm and dairy.Hon. out two hundred choice orange trees.F. B. Hough seems much deprossed calling on friends.Aldin Cassava Seed, 7">o. per 10(1( host. Send for Price J *

F. S.- Morse has returned from L. Whitlock, of Courtenay, spent a and saddened to think that none of tho Hndley came up from Miami L. CAMERON
his trip to Jacksonville and other places few days here with old friends last week.G. Indian River yachtsmen soem to want last Monday. All are pleased to see him Seedsman, i

in the northern part of the state. E. Muriel has orango trees inbloom. melancholy that $1H), yet fact.Experiments .such is apparently tho home again.O. 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE,

James Carnell, of guava jelly fame, Is His acre of pines looks vory W. Bonter is one of the buslost AUo Paper Sholl Peacan Trees, 1 to a years, Olusteo stock, $12 per 100. '
busily engaged getting things in readiness fine. with acetylene gas are men In town, cleaning nnd fixing up his > 'l !
very satisfactory. The lump in front of pretty place on the binII.Rev. .
to
put up jelly, marmalade, etc. When our mail is late the train is responsible the
European restaurant Is a pronounced
Land Commissioner J. for our carrier, R. R. Otwell, isa This fine W. C. Barnes Is now spending
E. Ingraham, success. gas should again be
of the J, E. C. Ry., spent several days hustler, and gets there rain or shine. advertised in the Advocatk.At his woll-earned vacation In Ashevillo, N. CHESEBRO BROTHERS
C but all
here last week on business for Ids company Some preparations for Fall planting the target practice of tho Halifax we miss him so muclwCapt.

made. C. L. lias Alex. J. Goodo home
are being Stewart eggplants Rilles, Thursday last, on their was on a
Dr. M, D. L. Dodson, a former Titusville up; Joel Scott has six acres tho badge was won by Sergeant range Slier- visit last Sunday and brought his wheel
dentist, was relieved of his gold plowed, and B. J. Milliard will begin win, and will be worn by him until somo with him so he could onoy| a spin on WHOLESALE
Melbourne's
watch last week while some soldiers breaking some land next week. other member puts in a claim for it. line roads.

vera in his office. around artesian wells The Ladles' Guild of the
The pools our Work ia Episcopal QOMMJSSON
being pushed forward on Dr.Houghton's JTlSII )
Services are the rendezvous for numbers of birds dental church met at Mrs, Geo. Brown's last
are being held at the various floating parlor, and
which congregate there to bathe and Friday, and spent the afternoon working
regiments the Indian
by W. M. Glover, a noted people along River will soon
drink. for these would on some now altar cloths.Messrs. .
Only pools they
have the
evangelist of
connected with the Y. pleasure having the oil sides
M. C. A. work.f. army be compelled to lly several miles across of their heads pulled loose in handsome John McAllister, Ernost No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New York.
Indian River to some fresh water stream.In .
> E. Gruber, a prominent merchant ordinary seasons, the pineapple orchids style. Taylor and Joe Smith wero in town last SPECIALTIES: Spanish Mackorol, Sheephoad, Pompano, Blueilsh,
Tuesday, making tho run from Kuu Gal
at West Palm Beach and a candidate for hold water in their buds, and the Sheriff Turner was in town last week. lic on their wheels in a slioit time.Rev. Snappers, Klngflah, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Cauvtis-lmck Ducks.
the office of county tax assessor for birds ate supplied therefrom; but this Jack is a great favorite, and as a rule
TJade, was a recent visitor to Miami.R. has been an unprecedented dry summer, everybody Is glad to see him; but there E. W, Butler returned homo lust Stencils promptly supplied. References furnUhed If doHlrcd.i .

W. Parsons and their supply in this direction has ure times when everybody Is not quite Saturday from his visit to his family In
the East second vicepresidentif been cut oh. so enthusiastic, especially if one's name the mountains of North Carolina, where i
Coast Line, was in Miami happens to bo on the jury list. they aro enjoying some of tho summer
recently, on business bent. He returned days. FOR SALE. rJ me-Orown
:o New York on a special train. Georgiana. The friends of Major F.' IL Grlswold, ...
While of Auburn, N. Y., wore pained to hear The Literary Society met last Friday
there Is sickness among the of ids death on the 24th ult. The Major evening at the residence of Mr, and Mrs.II. PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND
roops a stationed here, It does not indicate Auntie Hughes is collecting books, and his wife have wintered with us for O. Snedt-kcr. Dr. Peek delivered anoat SUCKERS

.particularly Part serious condition ofiffairs. magazines, etc., to fill a good-sized box some years, and to Mrs. Grlswold our shot history of tho noble Knglish Of the following Varieties
of the :
or Jacksonville troops will leave to send to the soldiers at Miami. hearts go out in earnest sympathy.Col. statesman Gladstone. The music nnd

this week. Post's Is songs by Mrs. Geo. Bell and Mrs. Fred Abbaka Porto Rico Egyptian Queen Golden
The Misses Fleda and Belle Blackman pier thrusting Itself out Mack was well rendered, and the entlroprogramme Qaeen, Ripley Queen,
came from Miami laat Thursday for into the Atlantic ocean. The supports
up seemed to have been Cayenne Pernambuco and Red
Augustine. a two weeks' visit to their bister, Mrs. are sunk in the sands about twelve feet, with prepared Spanish.
caie. This society has about
and rise about that distance above
Maude Wagner. water mark. How Old Neptune hlirh will twenty-live members and more aro to bo Apply to O. C. MATTHAMS. Florida Plnoupple Co.
West
Palm
Last Saturday afternoon when Grandma added soon. Beach,
take their intrusion
Corporal Gibbs' has been remains to be seen.If. .
furlough ox-
ended, his health Munson was tidying up her yard she Lust Tuesday evening quite a number
demanding It. put down her rake to attend to something P. Hand, of the Merchants' Bank, of

Herbert Pinkhain Is In Key West, and else, and as all rakes have a tendency and F. T. Peck, our town treasurer, ana watch our for people tho went trains up with to the the depot that to ff'lTIf y u need any Job printing, wo ..I 8DY OR SELL.
troops .
nil remain there for some time. to fall teeth uppermost hers was wife, left here Tuesday morning. Mr. were from thai I lie pleiiMiid to get a share of It. .
going through Miami to Jack
t Hand will the mountains of North
try
Mis. M, Vance, proprietress of Hotel in no exception few minutes to the to finish rule. her Coming work,back she Carolina for a change of air, while Mr. sonville. After waiting for over three Confederate Money Bonds
a *"
oquini, Orraond, was a recent pleasant stumbled and fell with one knee on the and Mrs. Peck will visit relatives in New hours, the train came and ran right CIT If you receive a sample copy of ,
isitor here. York. through without stopping, ho all we the Aiivooatk, It Is an Intimation that POSTAGE STAMPS.
rake teeth, three of them so penetrating could do It would
was to wave good-bye to the glvo us pleasure to add your
Judge Corbett paid Titusville a visit the flesh that it took a conslderabe pull boys and wl.h them god-speed. We name to our fast-lncreanlng list of hudHcribers. Largest stock In the. world.

n Mondiy. He seems to like that lively to extricate them, and making a very Buy lumber and other building material know thero were many disappointed, It does not voHt you three CIIAS. I). BARKER, Atlanta,
ttle town on Indian River.A painful wound.J. direct from the Builders' Supply both on I lie cars anri at tho depot as cents per week (postage Included) when

movement 1 on foot to get the sol'ers Co., St. Augustine, and save the lumberyard they had hoped to Hay In person good taken by the year, and it can be sent tovou

' to encamp at this place, Dr. J. K. D. CRABH keeps a flint-clans Saloon. Wine*, man's commission.Courtenay.. bye. In any part of the United States or COTTON i |
tainey having offered considerable land beem, whlnkle branily anil ruin, imported Canada without extra expense.
r that and dommitlo cigara, tobacco and cigarette*.
purpose.We Frio* of liouom from 82-00 to 8 00 per gallon. It.Eden. .
attention to telegraph and mail
are going forward. Letter boxes order.Prompt. Term. Cm.. Guarantee liS par cent Itit<*r (tt. LINEN NETTING.

*ve been placed at the corners of our fc CKABB. A.t. We still have a few rnowiuiton* here.J. . J. Hemphill hns arrived from Pennsjlvanla ...
nnclpal streets, and the free delivery for month or su. Eleven acron land, front* on Indian
> maii has commenced. Mayor A.t.Daytona. over to Cocoa last Sunday, All the soldiers leaving Miami will bo wells, KM) nice orange treex, lf, F. B. Genovar, who recently reurned quite a draw-back to that place.We .
plants, shipped 200crates
pineapple over
from ill is Joe Itngeis, of Titusville, was herewith
Santiago, quite rapid
ly recovering. His friends will be nk II. Hand takes his father's place his Jlnh petition laat Monday.F. were very sorry to hear of the last season; guavas, mangoes, Japan persimmons
many death of Mrs. Wm. Harris sister of Mrs.Shepard. and other frultson place. Price
' d to see him in the band during his summer outing. ,
around FISHING
again.Kev. L. Whitlock spent from Friday until 1,500. Address 11, Advocate oflice.Titusville .
and Mrs. J. N. MacOonlele have What causes the buzzards to congregate Monday with relatives at Itauyan.T. Fla.

eturned home from Miami, where they at the range when the Rides are at S. Sanders and Miss Alice Sanders, Last Wednesday, the ladies met atMrs. Superior quality Linen GUI

ve been enjoying the delightful breezes target practice ? of Indianola, were visiting here laat Sun pleasant. Robinson's, where. they spent a very made from Knox's Scotch thread.
afternoon.A.
' jy Biscayne, and Impioving their Our band ia practicing Industriously, day. .< ...HENRY A. MEISTER... Samples and estimate* cheerfully

ealth at the same time. gettlnir' ready ro celebrate Lee's entry Supt. Jno. H. Sams has been spending D. Merwln has left for his home InConnecticut. riUST-CI.AS* shod. Corks, Leads, Lines, eto.J .

'The well-known president of the 1st. into Havana (his Fall. several days at the county seat1 this Eden for a few. A weeks.(food many have left S. JOHNSON A CO.,

'jsfustlne Improvement Co., Ileth C n- The beach cottages and hotels are week.S. Barber and Hair Dresser Manufacturers,
has returned fr>>m a tiip to New rapidly, ciulte a number of Charlie Whipple has been 111, but is
oik and other big Northern dries.Mrs. filling visitors up arriving last week.An for.the Bancroft North Symmes on a month's will shortly vacation.He leave. better now. He is quite proud, being None but skilled workmen employed. lit South St. BALTIMORE,
In possession of a new Private for ladles' hair
gun. room dressing
J, e. Ingraham and children have Ice-cream social was given last Friday will visit Boston and other towns inMass.
>ne un a trip to New York state and evening by the ladies of the Congregational Monday and Tuesday we had several and Shampooing. Razor* put In order, ITo-To-Bm for Ftftr Cants.
wada. to spend the balance o* E. P. Porcher Is having several hundred man iinoi,blood pur*. 60o,II. Ail dru f
wu deal of good. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
nTcT1ey! aUo yMt Indianapolis thing a great ,
St. Louis ere they return. The raising of the roof and putting young orange trees and several
another story on the Daytona pubiie thousand pineapple slips set out on his
The article Will our correspondents please write
entitled "Anglo-American improvement. place here.
school is
"lance," written Cook and great names and places distinctly, so that our
"Wished In a former by Issue Lady of the Advo-, The Y. P. S. C. E. held their monthly [Send the Advocate an order for any compositors can set them in type correctly Tbe ADYOGATE does neat clean Job Printing. -A

ate, ww read with much Interest by business meeting on Tuesday evening at job printing you need.] ? ,



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INDIAN BlVlfik ADVOCATE, AUGUST 5, 1898.




GROWING OF ORANGES AND NOTICE OF ELECTION.

PINEAPPLES. The Tropical Trunk Line.


TIib Legislature of 1MT, under
Editor Indian Jliver Advocate: the Constitution of 1SH6, of the Bute of
Florida, did p. ss three Joint Itosolutlons Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway.
Of growing oranges, pinoapplos and proposing Amendments to the Constitution ofilia ,
State of Florida, and the name were agroedto
other fruits In the shado of live timber by a vote of three-tlfths of all the members JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver.BOWTH .

my observations are tlntt it Is never successfully elected to each House; that the vote on aaid
Joint Resolutions were entered npon their respective
done. I often find the orange Joiirnuls, with the yeaa and nays thereon In Effect June 88, *98.LvT NORTH
and they did determine and direct that the No, No. 21 NoTST No723 NO. 32. IT. 88 No. 208
200.1
wild the hammocks. invariably
trees in They
snld Joint Resolutions be submitted to the '
Local 10 40 012a30a .JACKSONVILLE! ....ArWtt 730 am 6 45 p ra LocalMixed
grow up tall, obeying nature's Kloutors of, 1HH8.the State at the General Unction InNovemlwr Mixed UlOp p ...Orange Park 6 Mam 6 18pm

law, to be of tho same height as the other Now,therefore,T,John L.Crawford,Secretary Tu, Th 10 02alu PeoriaMagnolia.. 6 13 am 5 61 pm Monday Wednsdy
and Sat!
trees about them, leaving but few of notice State that of the state of Florida, do hereby give I140p 1138p v Springs. 6 Oil a in 5 48pm Frl.245pm.

aOKNKRAL 2 45a 12 40B 11 OOu Palataat. 5 00am354am 5 00pm853pm
limbs, and not much fruit.I ELECTION Satsuma

have often seen groves mado from will be held In each county in Florida, on Tueslny 4 411a ....Crescent Pomona City Junction 12 27 pmII

these wild trues (the other forest trees < ,next A. it,suoueeillng lmiS, the said the Tuesday first Monday being in the November 5 28 a 152 a 12 Oilp Seville....' 333 am246am 330 pm oOp ni
2 10 10 m
638'i' 2 25 a246a 12 31lpi DeLeon Springs 08pm285pm p
usually all taken away), and budded to EIGHTH PAY OK NOVEMBER, GlenwoodKeresford '
i oi 2 23am2iV 9 35 am812pm
lip p
the sweet orange. Sometimes I found a for the ratification or rejection of the said Joint 1 top 2 Id p m

few oak trees had been left, but never Resolutions proposing Amendments to the Constltution '8 07 a 12 40p #} DeI* d {a? 2 55pm
of the State of Florida, as follows, vizi 438 p900a 256 a 1 lip Orange CJty JunoEnterprise am140am 2 24 p m148pm
enough to shade the oi .tnge very much, t2 4Sp
XII.
ARTICLE 4 55p Ar TITU8VILLE Lv.Alt. 4.10 30a 111
and where they were growing too near
Section 13, of Article XVI, shall be and Is 3 4II| Dora
the orange, they were not doing so well; amended so as to read as follows t 4 (Hip ...TavaresAr
Sanford Lv 1 50pm 715
1 pm
tho orange tree would be leaned away, SECTION 1.1. The sureties and upon the oltloers official 330 435 a 3 (45p Mlp ...Orlando.Lakeland 12 01 p m 12 10 pm
bonds of all State,Oounty municipal
showing that It did not agree with its shall be resilient* of, ami have sutllcient visible 5 10 aUV 4 5/ip 915 pm 10 25p ni
unencumbered within the State, not < ailflio 8 20|> .. ....BartowAr 6 15 pm 5 35 am
too-near neighbor, with mora often not a exempt property from sale under legal process, to make at 11 lOp Punta Gorda Lv 828 pm 110 10 pm905am

well formed head (except in the cabbage good their bonds; and the sureties npon the 350 p 6 05p Tampa Hay Hotel 7 37pmYoo
.Tampa
750 a '
ollivers
olllelul bonds of all county and municipal '
palm with its top away above the orange slisll reside withl the where their 8 30 aTu. 0 45p Ar Port Tampa LvLa p tn 8 35amMon.
principals mien bond county* reside, anil shall SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES I ., Thur& SatSun.Wed&Frl 0 (Mlp Port Tampa ArAr 2 30 p m800pm .Thur & Sat
upon
and no harm to the orange from it.) have snlllcient visible and unencumbered property 2 OOp Key WeBt Lv Sun. Wed & Frl.No. .
Lv
Tho reason of oranges being thin skinned In such county, that Is not exempt from ArHavana
Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.
sale under local process to make good their liability Finest Cuisine and Servioe, No

and bright, with a clear, silky oppunrance on such bonds; Provided,"That any duly The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers i"Comanche" Daily, t Dailv except Sunday. JMon.,Wed.and Frl.

on hammock land, comes from organized mil responsible Uiuirant.ee or Surety Train leaving.larksonville 0:12: a. m, arrives Gainesville 1:05: p. m., Ocalu 2:00: p. m., Leesburg3i45j
Compiiny, either foreign or domestic, lawfully "Algonquin "Iroquois "Cherokee "Seminole. >. 111., Krooksville5:55i>.m.dally.
elements in the soli th.it in lacking in doing business In this State, tnav become and"bo Trains%t and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and Tampa,

scrub and pine lands, where the thick, accepted as surety on all audi olllclul bonds. North-Bound. and local sleeper between Jacksonville 'and Tampa, open for accommodation of passengers at
Union Station, Jacksonville, at Op. m.
ARTICLE XIII.
Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide.
tough skin, and brown oranges are Section .W, of Article V,of the Constitution of From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling at Charleston), Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. INDIAN RIVER SERVICE.
grown. the Htnte of Florida, Is hereby amended so as toruiul From-CHARLESTON, S. C, - - Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Indian River Steamers leave Tltnsvllle 5:15: p. ra., Mondays and Thursdays for St. Lucie River
as follows i For hour of sailing see"Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papers. and intermediate landings; returning, arrive litusville Thursdays and Saturdays, connecting
I found m.irkcd of that kind
a very case with northbound trains.W. .
SECTION 3B. No courts either than herein South-Bound. R. COFFIN, G. D. ACKERLY,
at City Point on Indian River. A strip specified shnll be established in this State, except
clothe Itailrond Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 2t>, East River, New York, at 3 p. m., as follows i General Superintendent. General Passenger Agent
that the
of hammock next to the river had been Legislature may any and Fridays.
Commission with Judicial Powers in all For CHARLESTON,8. C Mondays, Wednesdays
planted with oranges, as alsoquitea portion matters connected with the functions of their For JACKSONVILLE, FLA.calling( at Charleston), Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde .

of the grove extended back on the otlice. ARTICLE XIV. New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)

.scrub l.ind. On the hammock (hardwood (Calling at Charleston, S. C, both ways) Florida East Coast Ry.
Add the following as Soction 34, of ArtlcloIII. "STEAMERS"

timber land) the oranges were are appointed to sail as follows I

bright and pretty, while of those on the SECTION of 34.any Immediately otllcer by the upon House the of Re Inipeuchment |>.- From foot THURSDAYS.of Hogan Street. Jacksonville, From Lewis'FRIDAYS.Clyde's Wharf. Itoston, TIME TABLE NO. 15, IN EFFECT MAY 18, 1808.K .

.scrub lund, It now seems to me they resentatlves, he shall be dlHiiuallnnd from performing
any of the dutios of Ills oilleo until aosiieh -
were the blackest oranges I ever saw onLi'ut'M.

The line was ns clearly drawn between case, shall at once appoint an inuumbentto St. Johns River Line.OK .
Mil such olllna pending the Impeachment pro
the very bright and the dirty fruit, ceedings. Iu case of the Impeachment of the ( UARY LINE) /
(inventor, the President of the Senate, or In coseof
its If n line fence had been drawn there. the death, resignation or inability of the Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford,Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's Rlvor.

The orange is native of a climate that President of the Senate, tlio Speaker of the The elegant Sldewheel Steamer
llou.eot Representatives shall act as Governor
Is much hotter than ours; grown lu Allcuna pending the Impeachment proceedings against "1IAKUY O. DAY."

cltmato without-rain In the Governor. CA1T. W. A. SHAW.Is .
a summer, The votes cast In compliance with said promised

with temperature of more amendments, and the canvass, declaration
an averuuo appointed to sail as follows i
and returns thereof, shall bo subjected to
-than ten degrees hotter than here in the same regulations and restrictions as are Leaves Jacksonville, Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5:00: p m
provided by Taw for General Elections in the Leaves Banford .- Mondays and Thursdays at 5.00 a m
Florida It is the handsomest 1
ever saw, State of Florida.rvThe .

The skin is bright and clear, with a ( attention of the Sheriff Is called to BOOTH HOUND.Kead SCHEDULE. NORTH HOUND,
the law requiring him to causa a Notice of said down. ltead up.
of tint in its color that Ihvo
beauty roso Klection to bo iMiMlaned in a printed .
newspaper
Leave a.io: m.B.4S .. Jacksonville.Pul&tka. Arrive 2.00 a. m.8.00
: not found in any other section, and Iu the county, if there be a paper in the county, p.p. m.3.Ml .. .. Leave p. in,
and if there bu no paper published in the .. Astor 2.30 p. IU,
I am believing that the orange loves the county, ho shall cause at leust nve copies of this 4.30 a.a. in.a. m.. ..St. Francis.. 1.00 p. in.
Notice to lie posted iu the most public places In Jlereaf ord ,. 12.00 a. in,
hot sun. It seems to revel in it for the in. .
county. 6.00 a. is.H.3U .Hlue Springs.. 11.00 a. in.O.oo
urn cly In Homo of tho lower hammocks, IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have bore- Arrive a. in. .. ..Hantord ... a. iu,
unto set my hand anil nltlxud the Groat Seal of 8.25 a. 111. ...Enterprise .. 0.30 a. in,
wlioro the winds shut thohoavy
are out by the State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital,

forests about, I lmvo found thoilneat this the Wth clay of July, ISIM.L CenM Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville,
8. JOHN L. CRAWFORD,
[ )
oranges I have ever soen in this
Secretary of State.To .

uoiintry. Joseph P. Krown, Sherilf lirevard County.Notice. Jso. L. Howari>, Superintendent. F. M. InoNMONnica,Jr., Fla, Pass. Agt,

The pineapple, in its natlvo country is Foot Hogan St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Thko. 204 Westliay St,

wild in open timber along small streams.I Q. Eoontt.T. M., W. H. Wabburtox, T. P.A., W. H. Henderson, E.P.] A.S .
nlso told travelers that have
nm by they BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.WM. .

found It wild In Nicaragua along tho margin In the Circuit Court for Urevard County P. CLYDE 4r CO., General A Rents, UKTWKKN- MEW SMYRNA AND OKANCiK" CITY JUNCTION,

of lakes, where there was no timber.I Florida, in the Chancery, 1S! 8 : Bowline; Green,New York. 18 no. Delaware Ave., Philadelphia.1MALLORY rs"K2Ap No STATI JS No.T". Jo 4BSSp

nm told It is the custom In Brazil to Ex Parte 1 Petition to be a Free 10 10a E.TAr. New Smyrna .Ar! 2sp
Sarah Payne. | Dealer, a oop 11 .. Lak. Helen ,. .Lv 12 4(>p 4 05p
clear out the underbrush and 8 20p825U 13 02pUlOp .Orang. City 12
plant pineapples 20p U449
rising coming to he heard this 28thI
cause on
STEAMSHIP LINE. ... ...Orang. City Junction. 12
IsuS the of SurahPuyno Sip .DSP.
under tho largo trees. day of July, on petition
ami the report of the Master appointed All trains batw.an New Smyrna and Orang. City Juuotioq Dally except Sunday,
All these sections whore tho pineapple by the court herein, a married woman
anil a resident of the County of Itrevurd, to be KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
Is native, the climate is much hotter made a Free Dealer; and if appearing by the Florida, New York,

than it Is here, and thero is no mistake itlnduy.it petitioner of, A.that J. the Lewis lion., the John solicitor I), llroomo for said, Philadelphia and Boston. The steamship City ef Key West of the Florida East Coast Steamship Company leaves

but it is best In hot climates, and that a Judge of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Fiorina From ltriinswick, (via Port Royal, 8. C) to New York, Miami for Key West on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays after arrival of train from Jackson
of sdd vllle. makinc eonnaotlona at Key Wast wltk steamers lor Havana. Leave Key West ::30p.
partial shade of tho right kind makes Is absent, Having from original The State Jurisdiction of Florida, ami cause consequent , PASSENGER SEKVICK.To m. (standard time) on Tuesdays, Thursday*and Saturdays, arriving Miami n.xt moral*.
Um. to eonneot with north bound train.
make connections with steamers leave Jacksonville Ion
larger nod better H.ivored fruit but to ly disqualified to hear suld cause;
And It appearing from the evidence of credible Thursday at 11:00: p. m.vla Fernandina,close connection with
grow oue livo plant under the shade of witnesses that the said petitioner Is qualified Cumberland lloute steamers at Fernandtna for llrunswlck. Thm Time Tables show the times at waloh trains and boats may be exp wt d to errlr*and
ffi of and Supper will lie served immediately on leaving Fernnndina.Pusriongors r.p*r' tTOm *h" several stations and ports, bnt th.lr arrival or departure at the times
ami to tnko charge control
other live Is not competent Stated la not guaranteed,nor doea the Company hold itself for
some plant practical. I her estate and property, and a fit person tobe gu at once on hoard Malfory steamer on arrival, atBrunswick. arlaing th.r.from. reeponalble any delar or ureous.qn.nnes

have often soen It tried with the pineapple uisdu a Free Dealer, and that publication has For copy of local tlm. oard oall at 228 West Bay Htreet, Jaoksoavtlle, or address
been made according to law iIt
; have seen them among tho scrub is thereupon ordered. Judged and decreed J.F.BBCKWITH, Trnfllo Manager. J. 1>. KAMNKB. A. O. P. A.

oaks tinder oak trees and hv this Court that said report be contlrmed, and PROPOSED SAILINGS _. __ 8 Asgnstin..
largo always that the said Sarah Payne, be and
petitioner
Lv.New York Pier 21 E.It. iu., (Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick..Friday .
3:0flp.:
and constituted Free
made
moro or less a failure. I hnvo often found she Is hereby a
Dealer according to law, with full power and Friday, June 24 CITY OF SAN ANTONIO..., July 1
them planted under a grape arbor and I authority tit take charge of and control her estate Friday, July 1 .....COLORADOCITYOFSAS Friday, 8

think the worst of failures. I saw one to oontraot and be contracted with, to sue Friday, ' 8 ANTONIO... Friday, 11
and be sued, and to bind herself in all respects Friday, 1.1 ...COLORADO. Friday, ViFritluy
man had planted castor beans and raised as fully as If sho uere unmarried.It "I !W ...CITY OF SAX ANTONIO Friday, 2a
Is further ordered that, before this docree saj(3LL( Southern
tho trees to shado his pines, and they shall be effective, publication shall be mado ofa For general Information,steamers, trains,rates, eto.,apply to any railroad agent or toA.
wero a sickly lot, showing more mealy copy of this decree once earn week for four P. MURPHY, Agent,220 W.Bay St.Jacksonville.H. .
sueeeHHive weeks. In some published
newspaper H.TtAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick,Ga.C. .
bug.and Bcale than I ever saw anywhere In Ordered suld Countv,adjudged of Brevard.and decreed at Chambers, MALLORY,General Agent, Pier 20, E. River,and aiM Broadway,N. Y. Railway

olao.If. Tampa, Floridu, this 2Ath duy of July, lsus.ItARUON ;

I nm not mistaken we are Indebted PHILLIPS,

to tho late A. I. BUhvell for tho pineapple true Judge copy of from the flth the Judicial record. Circuit of Fla.A Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad.

shed that is coming bo much iu
Attest : A. A. STEWART,

use hero in Florida with' our most practical Clerk Circuit Court, lirevard County, Fla.floal. New Florida and Northern Air Liine and Florida Trunk Line. MOST IXOELLENT SERVIOE OFFERED OUT OF FLORIDA.

growers; it glvos the plants a. partial [ .] llyC. R. STEWART, D.C.JHaster' Time Table In Effect July 0, 1808.

shado, the sides being boarded up, tho NORTH EAST, WE5T.

heavy winds ure shut out, and on n hot .s Sale.UNDER -"

day It is much warmor in the-shed than 31A NORTHERN FOlNTS ag siQ25p

and by virtue of a decree slgnod hv THROUGH PULLMAN" DHA-WINO BOOM CARS, DININO CABS,

outsido in the open air, the pines seem IMrron Phillips, Judge of the tlth nop a una 50|> Jacksonville,. Ar 0 15a 4ia XHOROTJOH7ABK COACHES VESTIBULKXJ TRAINS.0J.
to llko it, and without question the Circuit wf Floridu,acting for Judge of the 4 45pI 8 42a 7 aop .. .Ytllee.. . Ar.Lv 8 4 a 8 4 Till Circuit of said State, dited July 'ituli, lstm, .
( 20|> 0 30a. 0 15p .Feriiandlna. T55aT05a 7 imp 7 55a
fruit. Is not only larger, but liner In In case of Interstate Huildlng ami Loan Association 7 4o|> !>2r>a DIMlpiiaip .. Everett .. ...Ar.Lv 45p 7 30a
than vs. S. J. Norton et.al., 1 will sell at public Stop . Ilrunnwlck, . / S4llp "WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LIJ11TED."
quality it is grown'in open air.i sale on Monday, the 12 Dip .Savannah. ....Lv.Ar ;i; 5 2ia 4 47p
i Jamks Mott. FIFTH DAY OF BEPTEMIIER, A. II. 1SIIS, 0 imp 12 nsolivsp 11 35p155a Savannah . 5 tua 0 3Aa 4 4tl|> Taronih Vsstloulsd Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars between Tampa and New Yerkv
Orlando 0 .Mp Fairfax, S. C. ., 3 lla 5 3Uu 2 2l|. via Jacksonville, savannah and Columbia, without ohaags."UNITED .
Fla. In front of the Courthouse in Tltnsvllle, Florida
2 4 ..Denmark S C 2 24ai'V47a 4 00a
10 4op 2 4l'pD35p a6oa 104p
during the legal hours of Hale, the following
"
.Augusta, Ga.. ft 20a1105a STATES FAST MAIL.
lands : That tract of land bi section four ((4)), '
4 2411 Columbia. S. C.
lu the markets of Brazil oue ofteu east towiiHhlp, hcgtimtng twenrj at.two a post CJri),two range hundred thirty-live and ten CM) 4 05p 1125a145p Spartanburg, SC 9 INIp Pullman Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeping Cars between Jasksonville and New Tork.

sues live snakes u species of boa from (210)) feet went and fuur hundred ami twenty Asheville, N. C. 2 05p
15a Charlotte C. 10 0 25a
feet north ofthe southeast corner of the 15pO.lftp u N. 2Hp Embracing: Lynchburg. Charlottesville.
10 to 16 feet long. They are employed ((4'JOi 10 47a Salisbury, N.C. 8 25p 8 17a
northeast of the uortliwOHt of
in many houses to bout rats at night, section foul quarter(4)), towmdilp and range ipiarter above 10 4.lp1I51 12 10)1) Oreenshnro, N. C 7 2llp 7 05aft Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia.Pnllman .
1 30 Danville Va. A Mia
> ,
> | 07p
onehalfP4ln |
named,and run north twentv-llve ann
being otherwise harmless.
perfeotly 1140a153a 0 25|> Richmond, Va. 13 0011 Sons, '
l ( |ui t). thence west twenty-five Drawtng-Room Sleeping Cars to Macon. Atlanta, Chattanooga and
They bocome attached to a house like a and one-halfp Lynchburg, Va. 3 55p 3 40,1 Clnolnnati, with eloae eonneation tor LoatsvUle and the Northwest.
3 35aA s:mp Charlottesville, 2 I5|< 1 5Sa
cat twenty-live and one-hulf Clival rods (set a post),
or a dog.
thence eaat twenty-live and one-luilf (25)4)) rods 42aSisia 0 25pMStftp Washington Baltimore 11 0 42a t.ia 10 0 4,1a Also Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
to place of beginning, containing four ((4)) acres, 20p
There are 1,432 characters iu the 84 in lirevard County, Florida. 12 lrt 4.ipS30p 15a 0 3 5iia 23a Philadelphia New York " 12 7 20a 15aftonp A05p 4 .lop1I0IU Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville, Through th*
cash.
Terms of sale
books Dickens wrote. 3 00p Boston "
WM.Buggs MARTIN,
"
"LAND OP THE SKY.
Master. | SOOai 50|> Lv .Jacksonville ArDISipiAr .'.|.| ll.40
TWO TOILERS. & Palmer, 10 is.t Everett Lv 5 30al 7.1oa
Solicitor* for Complaluant. I T45pI 4 15 | .. .. Atlanta.... 5 20a.l155p
two men tolled aldu by atdo from sua to I 415a 8 40*; ..Chattanooga... looiip 7uip: Tor detailed Information as te rates, schedules, sleeping ear reservations, eta, apply t
sun.
7W|>! ...Cincinnati .. .I ..I 8 suaNoa.SSand say agent* tae noOTmsan Railway or its eonneationa.L. .
And both weie poor;
Both ut with children when the day was done Yellow .Jaundice Cured.
M innke connection for ltrun wlrk, arriving llrunswlck 4:30: p. m. and 8:40 p. mrespectively.
About their door.
Suffering humanity should bo supplied For New Orleans, train leaves Jacksonville 9:45: a. m with through sleepers, arriving A. SHTPMAN, Florid* Pass. Agt.. 113 West Bay Street, Jacksonville. Fla.J.M.0TJLP. .
with evory means possible for its roll/. isew Orleans 7:40: a. m. Only throuali slifpcr line. Arrives Jacksonville from New Orleans
One sow the beautiful In crimson cloud
W.A.TUBK S. H. HAED wTOr
8 UK! p. 111. ,
And shining moon It Is with pleasure we publish tho following
;
SLEEPING SERVJTE.Nos. TraMe Maaaver. O.a. Pass.
CAR a.n. Ps.a Agt.. Asst. Agt., -
The other, with his head In sadness bowod. : "This is to certify that 1 was a O.
WaaaUgton. O. D. Atlanta,Qa
Made night of noon.Dne terrible sufferer from yellow Jaundiro for .35 and 38 Fast. M.tll, Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville, and the'..ClncinnatiSleeiwr Washington, O.
via Asheville.Nos.
loved each trea and flower and singing over six months, and was treated by 37 and 3S carry through sleepers hetween .f.h'ksnnvllle ami New York in connection with Maw l i8p3.
some of the best physicians In on? city, 8 ami 1J and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleopsrs between Jacksonville and Tampa.N'o. .
bird .3d parries sleeper froiu Jaoksonvllle to Atlanta and Chattanooga. This Is brought to
all to avail. Or. Hell druggist
no our
On mount or plain; Jacksonville by No.33.
go muslo In tho aoul of ouu was allrredBy recommended Electric Hitters; and after All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket

leaf or rain.Dne taking two bottles, I was entirely cured.I office, .WJ lloiran street, as well as at the L'nlon depot ticket otlice.R.W. .
CAMPRF.LL, Paweneer Agent. J. K. MARSHALL, Ticket Agent,202 W Bay St., cor. stllf
is
It F giving
nta away
take In with % The Advocate ,
recommending wh.th.r
now great pleasure WALTER OOLEM VX Uen'l Jacksonville.I yon yoo mntlan. tb. BMBa
Aarent,
aaw the good In every fellow man. Hogan,Jacksonville. Traveling n r klllln*Ubtwo b.blt.NU-Tu-BAC BBnnn!
And hoMxl the beat them to ony person suffering ). 31. IIOLDKN, T. P, A., St.Augustine, Fla. A. O. MacDONELL, Gen, Pass. Agent.Keniember r.moT *lb.d.air.for loba .o. wltli er. An nTnTnTI free, tobacco seed of' the finest grade.
| rXhe irom this terrible malady, I um gratefully out o.rvou.di.tr... .sp.i.niooJn I VleTanvllu. Call and get some, with Instructions for
other marveled hi matter' plan .. .
at puritl. blood ra-J !S.
And doubt confessed. "" yours, M. A. Ilogarty, Lexington, tnr.. la.. m nbood."Vt Sl* 1 I W StiSiH its cultivation.33T .
Ky.V Sold by F. S. Chaffee, druggist.An that the Indian KivkrAdyucatk Fk** J0" "o'S fll "al 4 nLI SoldAiMi iHtbS

One, bavin; heaven above and heaven below t tWaa Joes all kinds of Job printing EyWe would esteem the favor If our ? ltT M IP'llO-TO-BAt' troai
drawn 1to
is
satisfied; .leaders, when writing or calling upon **j7mWJ- T T"", OWB drurnlst. b Subscriber, your attention
them order
excellent furniture polish is made at short notice. Send an *. ail enTJw*" "1 vouch(area.T.k.It with
advertisers ? name-and-date slip pasted upon
The other, discontented, lived In woo, our to purchase merchandise, .( IBew the
the .wlll.p.tl'ally.p.r.l.t.atly
and be convinced that It Is place to afTefJ On.
And hopeleaa died. by mixing turpentine with beeswax to etc., would mention the Advocate. .W Vso*-SI ..a iy rami a boin.SI f, your paper or wrapper. If you arein
Boston Transcript. the consistency of a thick cream. have'job printing done. i'.TSPaaraJit d to o r .or w.rafoad mon.y. arrears* please remit.



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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, AUGUST 5, 1898.



HOTELS All-tlie-ycar-roimd. HOTELS SUMMER RESORTS.ST. FLORAL DECORATION. BOCIKTIKH. KTC.1X1UAN .


lilVKR (IITAKDS.I .

...NEW YORK... AUGUSTINE. NEW AND ARTISTIC SUGGESTIONS >rlll at the Armorv, over oouuty jail, every
ruesilay e> niuic In thn monthatSo'clock.
ABOUT THE USE OF FLOWERS.
,'.
( It. HlhWAItr, captain.v. .
The only hotel tho /
on bay. Summer

OCEAN VIEW HOTEL rates for permanent guests. Excellent Unique Floral Kereen That Brightens aDnll r. a. r. r.
L5T"AVEn BREVOORT HOUSt [ ,'| table. One of the boat the Atlantio
fm.lt Ml KMfllllpl places on Room Window Framed With Meets every Hiimlav exenliiK at 11:30 o'cliKk.at .
wn/na i Oo.mt to spend your summers. tho l'resb)trrlan t hurt li.IMiKl'K.NDKNT .
Good Flower* Tahle* or Tabourets Arranged
fishing, sailing, and suif-batliing.
ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
I nQi ssBanssBEKessastSfOG tllf For rates, address K. C. HAYDEN, Mgr.OltMOXD. For 1'lanta and Cut (lowers, tlll>llt < () |> TE.MrLAKS,

"The woman whose life is spent in Tltiisvllle Ijidpi No. IT meets uterv Tuesday
s"i.l ? sp evening 7M: in )*rt hvturlan ulitireli. l'uhlia
making rooms look Iocs square, walls meet lines IImt 'lu iluy Innil h month.C. .
less expressionless and ceilings less high A. UAHI>NMt, (J. W. r-CUlilK,

:i.si..&53 welcomes the idea of grovwug flowers.WOVEL Hee't. t T.


s ST HOTEL COQUIM, ORMOND-BY-TIIE-SEA, FLORIDA. ciuitriiKs.Ki'iscoiAi. .


Open for Summon Season of 1808. Fine surf-bathing, fishing, riding, driving oilmen,
and wheeling. Sea Food a Specialty.
rttrvlcu* 2ml and 4>li Sund.na In curb
*!: ? Mus. M. VANCE, Proprietress.R.itos month, at II a in. and 7 ,'m p. m. Siihi'iin rlmol
$2.00 per'day; $8 to $10 per week. ever) Sunday at 11 .111 a. in. Kveiilnir 1 r.i>er at8p.
ST 111. on wmljiumliijs. Litany sen ire e\ory
Friday at 10 a. in.
Ari'liilencon II. K". Hiiown. Hector.I'ltKSIIYIKIIIAN' .
NEW SMYKNA.HOTFI .
s =
aE* ? rK

< lll'lit II.8orIces .

NFTMS new smyuna, Florida, ever) HuMiaih lit II a. m.nmlT.inp.mSunilii -
) school lit 11in 11 m ( InuI..miner.
lliiUlllUj Is kept open dining the Summer, under tho management Siipt l'raver UHM iiii| on Vi edncHiljiv e\euins;
of Mr. S. L. Story. Special attention will be given tut traveling men: at .ui our'Ilie services.Km.iiiililic. me coiiliully initeil to attend

1 also special rates by the week or month to families, 1' miles to Ocean Bench ; PA I I, IIKIUOMAN, I'.istor.
l 13-b good bicycling; row and sailboats froo for use of guests. For rates, etc., address

S. L. STORY, New Smyrna, Fl.i.SUWANNEE HAITI* I' ( liriMMI.Preiiclilnii .

every "i-cond and fourth Siunlins,
moi-nlutf and inenin rin.it-r Mi-i'invi pvcry
32 = 32 SPlUMiS l'LA.Suwannee AND ARTISTIC r'l.OKAI. 8CUKEV. >\ eitnoHilin excnlnt. at 7 no o'cli 1 It. Sunil.iy
,
*.r oq S 5 <% possibly not for tho love of digging and School tnerv Siinilm nt 11 41 a. 111 Alun 1 ipmi htiiir -
llrst KiiiiiIiiv at Ijiiiriniyc All are initially
THE SOUTH'S FAMOUS HEALTH planting, but because they givo life mid Invited to attend.
Springs Fla. color to her rooms, softness and finish K. N. Ill-11.. I'.wtor
RESORT. all the .
Open
year.Curo
to her furnishings and a general artistiooffeut.

JACKSONVILLE., Brlgbt's disease, all kidney, bladder and liver trouble, rheumatism and ." Following this thought, a woman .wtorMKTIIOIM.KI'CIU'RCM. .
dyspepsia. Excursion tickets for sale from all points over the Plant System and gives iu Tho Decorator and Furnisher services eveiv tlrsl, tliinl ami loiirtaSiiiiiIius
at 11 a. 111. und 7 110 p, m, Hominy
Opened g F. C iV P. R'y. For illustrated pamphlets, with testimonials, address some novel and interesting floral School every rtumliiv at HI.ISi a. m. r'pwnrtLl
itel Flacide Board Ten Dollars per week. ANDREW HANLEY, designs, with directions for carrying cairno each Siinilaat :t I'ft p. m. Tracer nieotvlnuci"iy -
January 1894tenter Gen'l Manager Suwannee Fla."WHITE them out follows Tliursiliiiiinln lit 7ihi: n'cloi k, 'HieLailh
Springs, as : **' A til Hoclery inccls eeryednesilav
of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west Tho floral screen Is an inexpensive at.'liiKip.. ni.'Kverjhoil) welcome at our iliurtnsurvIces.

; from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout.r MOUNTAINS, N. II. design to follow. Tho frame is easily A. W. .1. meter, Pastor.
> Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all trains. Terms $2.50 per day and made of any wood which can bo stained

1, Special rates by the week. JOIIX S. BOWEN. Proprietor.lFaVGlGFS or enameled, tlamboo, which the Chinese CATHOLIC CHURCH.
employ in the framework of their
New Mount Pleasant House Services at 10 11, mery SinilnIn new
WHITE MOUNTAINS N. H. furniture, may be used with much effect. Church liulldliii;. North Tlliisvillo. Cliildiautoateclitsm
The screen need not he over Ave at 3 p. in.Ittcv.,1..
OPEN FOR ITS FOUItTII 8KA8ON,July 2nd, 1SIIH. The easo with whlrli It In reached r mi F.O'IIoylk, Hector.MIMCIIMI. .
New York, its pure water, purn air mid ({rent elevation, niuke It peculiarly desirable aa a summer feet high, and if placed in uu old fashioned
flOlGl. resort. The famous drives of the V hite Mountains aro all tributary to Mount Pleasant. Tim liornes bay window which is neither coxy
. are caretnllv selected New Knirland stock, and ints t of the vehicles wore made expresslv for ..
Management.jt artl tio it will have wonderful
tho Mount Pleasant House, all ol thorn possessing the requisites of perfect coin fort and safety. nor a
The tennis court* anil lmwllnir alleys are eoustrtieted upon the most approved methods. There Isa effect in brightening up the room.
FELIX GARCIA, Proprietor, - JACKSONVILLE, FLA. lino golf course,a woll-luld-out baseball diamond, an archery ran no anil croquet icroiuid.ANDhRSON The boxes uru fastened eauli ou its TOWN I (il INCH..

& TRICK, inaiiatrers (of Hotel Ormonil, Fla.) own fold of thu screen, wires being II. I'rltchiiril,-tax, minor collector; li. H.; S.Smith aiihiiiiliiiK-, niarslialrII. -

Electric Electric Bells B.iths strung tightly from them to tho top, ami hnm. clink and assensor; i\l (nor S. .tones. ,lito.It .
Lights, Complete Service. Wiillu-r, K. I,. Ilmitv, .1. .M. Dixon, W. It.
these wiles trained tho vines,
ure
upon Knox, coiiiicIIiiioii. The council -
meets secondami
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IX FLORIDA.e PLANET ATMOSPHERE.A INSANE MURDERERS.tlio Tho boxen may bo the conventional little fourth Monilu\s, lu em li month.liOtltlt .

car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at tho Travelers.1711"IAf green painted affairs or thu elaborate
Plausible Theory That There Ia Ho Water Question of lteapc n lrdlltjr and tilo boxes which are now used in OK 'III A IMC.

on Mara.A tahment For the Crime.It many fashiotiablo homes. If the former Meets eterv second V eiliiesilav lilitht In each

Cor. Bay & Bridge Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. very curious method has very recently may well be that a man who could is used, n little of thn vine may bn .month,M lit s.imi s. Joinpicsl icclnck In rooms t, Win.over M.postcrNce..Imlirii ltroua.,

Pill IIII Under now management. E.icli department been used by Dr. (J. JohnstoneStouey not be called iiiHiuie, but merely, say, trained to fall over thu box, thus concealing ticiismer; ,1 U. Must, socrotiiry.I'Ol'NTV .

JLJlJLlVl/f furnished absolutely new with all modem imJ tho English physicist, to iind an ordinary member of tho criminal its plainness. When thu vine

provements. Overlooking the St. Johns River, the composition of the atmosphere of classes, with stroug pustdnns and fooblo bas reached tho boight of the screen, it OKFICKHM.
bree blocks of tho Union depot, Clyde S. S. Co., and new postoflice. All the planets. Some time ago Dr. Stoney Intellect, would in the presence of an can be pinched off und will then thicken

nrs pass the door. Free Bus. __ accounted for thu absence of an atmosphere opportunity long expected and hoped and spread out. If tho screen can be SCHOOL IIOAItll.I. .

European, 50c, 73c, $1.00 and $1.50 per day. American, from $2.00y. ou the moon by reminding us that for, tbe consequences of which' his placed in a sunny, warm place, such H. Hnowilm), Tttnsvlllii; It. N. Amlrow r

according to the accepted thoory of gasos thoughts had frequently rehearsed, be flowering plants as morning glory, Cocoa; S. F. (lihlis, Melbourne.

M. O. FINLEV, every gaseous, molecule moves in a really for thu moment incapable of restraining wuotpenor nasturtium could be grown

Jacksonville, Fla.IRETT straight line with great velocity till itis bis hand. We should hang with suocchs, earn being tuken to replenish COUNTY COM MISSIONKHS.W. .

turned aside by an encounter with bim, nevertheless, without the slightest the Hocdx as one or another of If. Hltarpe, Sliarpes, chairman ; .Toseph!
Mcnilel, LatlrniiKii: .1. It. Walker, '1 itiisvllls
another molecule. Since the moou is a scruple, and we should waste no compassion the plants faded away.A .Inn. Houston, Kan Halite; .f, N Waller, Atikona.Iteiriihtr .;
small body whose attraction is slight upou the absence of self control.It window framed with flowers is sessions am held llrst Monday In each

HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the gases around it would in course of is, in fact, impossible: to frame n c'oflnitiou very easily arranged. A half dozen month.

time dart off into space particlo by par. of irresponsibility based upon absence lamp brackets are screwed to tbe window COUNTY OFFICIALS.
tide, only those being left that are close of self control without including easement und can bo turned toward
est, best, and coolest; choice rooms for summer, $1.."0, $2, $,), $5 weekly.I to the surfuce, where the attraction is all sorts of crimes which at present are the window or away from it, aldesired. r..Minor(laiildcn H..Tones, Tttiievllln, Tltiisvllle, priiseciitinir, ennntv Jinlirs attorney; I);,

I baths, bell service, etc. CIIAULES A.OAKES.. strong enough to hold thoni. This would punished by tbe law. For years back The flowerpots aro sot down A. A. Stewart, TitiiHVilln, clork clicult court 1 .1.
I<\ Woolen, Cocoa, tax assunsor, L. W. Hall,
be true also for any other heavenly there has been a sort of foud between in thu brackets, and tho vino, having Hlmrpcs, tax eoltoctori John Henry, Tltiisvllle,
body, but the larger the body the greater the lawyers and the alienists on the dainty flowers, grows down over the pot treasiireri J. II. Hams, Courteitiiv, superintendent

TITUS VI LLK.JZ the distance at which its gravitation subject, so that even the textbooks speak until it reaches the one below, tho six county pulilln surveyor Instruction I J.P. Ilrown; J. O.,'I fries Ittisvlllu, Tltiisvllle, ahurlu,.

would bold tbe gas. and the thicker Its of legal insanity and medical insanity thus forming a vnritablo frame. It sot-

>X L.3 ., with velocities sunbeams in. Tbe box the Malarlon With Malorloii Tnl.liil*
of lighter gases move higher take extreme cases, jurists have coaxes the on
these would fly off when heavier contended that no degree of insanity lower part of tho casement can be fronted Guaranteed Cine for Chills, Kover and

gases remained. This would account for should exempt from punishment for as the other boxes are, without any Ague, or money refunded. IJOcenta. All

TITUSVILLE the rarity of free hydrogen in the earth'satmosphere. crime aniens it has reached such a point, vine, pimply a collection of bright flowering AllDruggists. .

The discovery of the gas that the person is utterly unconscious plants.

Indian. River.Fla. helium together with tbe certainty that of tbe difference between right and There are many ways of arranging ( stains may bo removed fiom

it is not found froe in our atmosphere wrong at tho time of committing the tables or tabourets artistically with light summer frocks by dampening tho

has enabled Dr. Stoney to make bis data offense, while medical men have very small palms or rubber plants. A handsome soiled part In a llttlo <*lrohol and rubbing m r

more exact, since helium is twioe aa generally held to the opinion that this begonia, either of the variety well until no truce of the Isleft.
heavy as hydrogen. Says Nature in a is not a propor criterion, that many of which does not blossom but sends forth green

review of Dr. Stoney's paper, which appears the insane are fully conscious of tliadifforenon all its beauty in vuritlnted leaves, orthoso .

Open All The Year. in tbe "Transactions of the Royal between right und wrong and with thu exquisitely colored wax liii

Dublin Society:" that to enforce such a test menus tbe like blossoms, makes an artistio centerpiuce In canning fruit liable to easily ferment

"It is contended that helium is continually banging of many a lunatio. There can for tbe table. On the shelf beneath It Is an exceedingly good Idea to

being supplied to the earth's be no doubt thut of late years the medical can be arrunged a low dish of out flowers put a tvaspoonftil of brandy on top of

Only a few minutes' atmosphere from hot springs, that it exhibits view has met with a wider acceptance or by using a double tin flower box, each ran. Housewives who h.tve tried
walk from Railway stations no tendency to combine with other than it used to do und that even thu upper ono for thu flowers and earth
this have found it Infallible
an

and Steamboat land elements, and since no trace of it can be lawyers h.tve shown an increasing reudinesB preventive I'1
ings. found in tho atmnsphero it escapes to admit the doctrino of irresponsibility. for fermentation. .

r On the banks of the above as rapidly at it enters below. But it is a very anxious question

far-famed Indian River. Water vapor, on the other band, remains especially in view of recent dogmas Ilrevard JCejrUtrMtlcm Hooks.

on the earth, and consequently as to degeneracy, how far this doctrine
Notice Is lieieby given that the registration
WEST PALM BKACir.liiiole limits of speed can bo usfciftucd between is to bo allowed to go.Tbe hooks of llrevurd county wilt
which gases ore either imprisoned or condition of affairs is much more bit open at the ofllco of the Supervisor

are free to escape. ' serious than some people think, and itis of Registration, courthouse, Tltusvlllo,
From calculations based oil these facts highly necessary that those who administer on Monday next, August 1, from !) a, m.
Hotel the following conclusions uro reached tbe criminal law should bo on until 12 o'clock noon, and fiom p. in.

regarding tbe utmosphere of tbe different their guard aguiust any insidious establishment until 5 o'clock p. m. Tho days upon tfm
planets, using the known intensity of immunity for tbe violutionof which tho books will bo open are Mondays

OPEN ALL THE YEAR. of gravitational attraction on the surface its most sacred principles, lu uuj Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Attention is also drawn to the fact
WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA.lis of each i"Limiting case of murder the preHuniptinu lu fnvor
that the books will be closed on tbe second
tbe inquiry to a temperature of hanging should be so strong asto October.T.
In .
hotel is substantially built of brick and has convenience. Close to Saturday
,
every Dr. leave slender of
of 68 degieea C, Stoney applies very prospect escape Johnson Cocksiidtt,
Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel
away depot. ,
the theory to all members of the for any man who prior to tbe commission Supervisor of lteglstratton.IMaJarlon .
idling tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00 per day and
results of bis crime bad been lit
solar system with tbe following : thought
ds; special rates by the week or month.
GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor.ft From the moou all gases having a vapor to be at largo If tnu condition cuuuotbe Is endorsed lijr beet Physicians.
density less than 89 will pnss with secured, it will become a matter of
greater promptness than helium does grave necessity to take prompt steps for and guaranteed to Cure Chills, Fever and
tbe incarceration of of evil Ague. All druggists or from Mo flit-
MIAMI.el from tbe earth. On Mercury water oau- many people
not exist, while nitrogen and oxygen passions who are now at liberty and to West Drug Co., St. Louis.

would gradually dribble uway. Tho conditions render the utterance of threats a matter

Miami on Venus resemble those on to be dealt with by tbe alienist 0* well Mont Ilenutlfnl I'luco on Indian

: MIAMI, FLORIDA. earth, but tbe cuso of Mars is of exceptional as by tbe magistrate London Hospital
TAnoUBRT WITH OROWIHO FLAWTs. Illver, for Hale, nt a GreutIlargalii.
interest. Dr. Stoney suys thut itis
and the lower one used as a drainer, on
.
infer that this Faehlonable t ndergarmente.In .
legitimate to on planet
The largest all-the-year-round hotel In the city. Eight hundred feet can bave 'any flower she wishes thai jA"
Tbe of dress bas tbeebstigo
water cauuot remain. atmosphere no department
will grow in a somewhat shaded place. The famous Tin key Creek Grove, consisting
broad verandas. Rates $2.00 day and upward.MRS. couelst of nitrogen in fashion been

per be considers to muiuly more apparent delicate
Kit her panaies or ferns would of 14 acres of orange grove and
JULIA D. TUTTLE, Owner. argon and carbon dioxide. Hethiuks tban iu undergarments. A great many thrive. -10 acres of land fronting ou Indian Itiver
there is no vegetation, as we understand people nowadays are abandoning petticoats and Turkey Creek, with steamboat landing
the term, on the surface of tbe planet, altogether In favor of knickerbockers nolaar III* Level Beet."Do and Tillman poatofflce and railroad

Raked Chowder.An and the snow, frost and fog do not arise and, abjuring either cotton or linen, yon think. Grimly, that 70a do station on tbe F. K. C. K'y. On the

calorie, exchange tells how to make a nice from the same) cause us ou tbe earth. bave recourse to woolen combinations, what you should to brighten your place, lying on the west side of Indian

emotional litterateur bad just disb for lunch from cold boiled fish left Jupiter is able to imprison all gases which are now made up most tastefully home?" Itiver, three miles south of Melbourne,
known to chemists, but whether the with lace insertions and colored ribbons, "I've in electrlo and two miles from Atlantic ocean beach.
a j-.ece of wbith be was very over. Cut 4 good sized cold boiled potatoes put gas, light* About -100 good bearing orange trees, I
distant members of our system can or, perbsps, wbat Is more cbio still,
ia editor looked it over and into dice. Pick into sbreda sufficient more lamps. If there's anything else to makIt balaiic** In young trees, will yield about
cold cooked fish to make one pint. retain hydrogen is doubtful. Helium with cambric frills crimped, for the old brighter, I'm ready to invest" Detroit 10UO boxtj this year. Can be made
1 Chop an and tbe denser gases probably float in fashioned crimping which our grandmothers Free Press.If < l 0 lu two
ou candidly think such opinions Make a pint of cream snuca to yield a > > oixes a year years.Servant's .
go Into cold type?" onion fine, also a tablespoonfol parsley. their atmospheres, but the molecules oftbe favored is once more asserting house and good packing house

't know much about the Pot a layer of sauoe in the bottom of a lighter gases are describing orbits itself. A great many chiffon frills * and rooms above. Good fishing, quail,
of the reply proak baking dish, then a layer of fish, one of about tbe sun, tbe velocity they can acquire well as muslin are thus treated. Out, ere Power Tbaa Mm. deer ac duck hunting upTurkey Creek;
printing. was of salt, onion enabling tbern to escape from not content with frilling* and lace, The steam power of tbe world may be fine b'.i km- for boats; lovely river front,
sprinkling pepper
't believe it make* differ- potato, a
any reckoned aa equivalent to tha strength with beautiful forest trees. Hammock
So continue until tbe planetary control, but still insufficient some) of tbe new woolen lingerie bas
Even if the type ia cold. I guess and parsley. to liberate them from tbe gravitational been embroidered just as linen is now of 1,000,000,000 men, which it mora lands for sale cheap. Apply toI
last
layer sauce.
will take the chill off it. dish ia fall, baring
' than twice tho number of workmen existing. ). I. GAl'LOEN,
Etlcle Star. Sprinkle with crumbs and bake.in amoderat influence of tbe sun. Literary Digest. worked in raised satin stitch. Atty. for owners,

oven 80 minute* Tltusvllle, Fla.










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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, AUGUST 5, 1898.T. .



business of every character were flourlsbIng FLORIDA VELVET BEAN.Oklando Wynn, W, W. Otwell and S. Carpenter
and but for the presence of the was accepted, and notices ordered to be
troops In the city, you would never posted according to law.
to Lovett Sc Carroll,
August 1, 1808. (Successor )
know that a war was In progress."The For the information of the citizens ofBrevard
blockade at Havana thus far has Editor Indian River Advocate* county, the Board of County FRUITS and VEGETABLES of
not proved very effective. The farms Commissioners hereby make it known GROCERIES, All
Dear Sir The "Florida velvet bean of
around the city furnish all the supplies that according to recently passed revenue
soil is fertile that which I have written bo much about its Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Your patron .,
necessary. The so wonderful laws, it will be absolutely necessary Crockery, |
crops can bo produced in thirty days, merits during the past year, that a fifty cent revenue stamp be attached "
as a feed forage and fertilizer has been ,
FLORIDA.
,
There is no scarcity of provisions in Havana to every and any bond that has
the United
recognized States
nor has there been any perceptible by government to bo approved by the Board.On .
and order of the Assistant Sec.of .
advance In the price of goods."Thero on motion it ordered that according
was
S. WOOD. ,
... are 40,001)) regular soldiers and Agriculture, Col. J. II. Bingham, of to the petition presented to this
Washington, D. C, on Tuesday the 2ithult. (
2-1,001) volunteers in the city. About Board on Apiiloth, 1S08, by citizens of
DRY GOODS CLQTHING : at work night and day strength ., I shipped to the department 200 Precinct No. 1 for of the public
ening't,000 are the Havana fortifications under bushels for general distribution to the road on tho, Tltusvllle a change and Enterpitse Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries,
and Gents'lugs. FurnishFLA. of the 45 states of .
Union.Capt.
people
NOTIONS the personal direction of General Blanco.A E.our A. Wilson.Kanilng road, that said road instead of funning And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton S >c l Mt-il (
few days before I quitted the city the west of the properties of A, FroBCher Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing "?"<

Vm and 10U WeKt liny Street, General told me that Havana would bewellnigh and L. A. Coleman, be so changed as to the above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solien \,, 1 'lively

JACKSONVILLE Impiegnablo, and that the talk of Florida Kallroiuls. run on the east side of said properties. Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., l ,,
of its fall after six months' bombardment The change having been accepted by the >"1<. Pit

was sheer nonsense." Board, the same Is hereby declared tobe
JOSEPH ZAPF.... Port of Ponce, Porto Rico, via the The report of the Railroad Commissioners the public road in lieu of the old road.At .
Island of St. Thomas, D. W. I., July 28. recently published, gives the a Republican Convention held at
WHOI.KSAI.K DKALKJtAnheuserBusch of Ponce1 surrendered to following data relative to the operating c& Motlow
The Poit Melbourne on July 20th, of which C. II.
Commander C. II. Davis, of the auxiliary expenses of the East Coast railroads for Stewart was chairman and E. C. Wethey Losloy ,
Brewing Ass'nFamous gunboat Dixie, yesterday. There was for the ptst year: secretary, and certified to by E. P.
no resistance and the Americans were Florida East Coast Railway, Branch, notary public, tho following (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
St. Louis Lager Deer..Sold welcomed with enthusiasm. Major General gross earnings, . $80:1,042,37: persons were nominated to have their
by Lonloy & Motluw, Titusvlllo.WIIOLKSAI.IO Miles arrived here this morning at Operating expenses,.. 587,0211.10 names placed on the election ticket, tobe Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Bums, Gins and M\h\

daylight with General Ernst's brigade Earnings from operation, 210,018.09 voted for at tho general election, tobe Bottled Beers Ales and Stoat.A
I.IVCOK UKA1.KH, and General Wilson's division on board Jacksonville, Tampa & Key held in November, 1808 : C. T. McCarty .

West Bay St., Jacksonville, and transport. General Ernst's brigade Immediately West Ry., gross earnings, ,$202,722.00 for representative; John McAllister First-class Line of Cigars. ** Billiard and Pool Tables
Sanford, Fla. started for the town of Ponce, Operating expenses,.. 28.>,08l.2t for assessor; F. H. Fee, for treasurer.Tho .
three miles inland, which capitulated Earnings from operation,. 0,740.85 road report of K, D. GrtHis and R.B. Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to miTordurs.
this afternoon.The" Blanchard was accepted, and notices Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, 'rituftillle.FU..
HENRY R.THOMAS\J Amoiican troops arc pushing ordered to bo posted according to law.On .
to wind the mountains, and will join COUNTY COMMISSIONERS account of the unavoidable absence

....LA YILLA PHARMACY. General Henry with his brigade at Yauco, PROCEEDINGS.TiTLvir.r.K of the tax nsHi ssor, nil tax matteis are 313ft.. cfcJ OO.
which has been captured by our troops.A laid over until tho meeting of the Board
Keeps all Kinds of fight before the latter place on Tuesday in September. Will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of
last the Amoiican volunteers. Fla., August 1, 1808. to the
whs won by Permits were granted following
Pare Drugs, Fancy and Toilet Articles. The Spanish ambushed eight The Board of Brevard County Commissioners persons to carry repeating rifles ; G. M.Qtiarterman CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
Prices to suit. companies of tho Sixth Massachusetts met on the abovo date pursuant C. F. Fischer and P. E. t
and Sixth Illinois Regiments, but the to adjournment, when the following E.Puckett. .
HOI Adams St., eor. Madison, enemy was repulsed and driven back a members weie present : W. II. Sharpe, was ordered that the following milInge DRESSED AND ROUGH.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.lMiicappIu mil* to a ridge where the Spanish cavalry chairman; J. Mendel, J. R. Walker, J. bo assessed and collected on all taxable Also Mouldings and Turned Work, Brick, Lime, Cement, Crates of all ilcserlptfoa

charged and were routed by our infantry. Houston, J. N. Waller; A. A. Stewart, property for the year 1800 : State ?tu.sr7llo, LT'loridal
Washington, D. C, July 20. It was clerk; J. P. Brown, sheriff. tax, 41 mills; school tax, 5 mills; county
1'lanU tor Sale.It stated to-night in a high diplomatic The following business was transacted, revenue tax, 4} nulls; road tax, 3 mills;
cpiarter, in such manner as to give semlofliclal to-wlt : fine and forfeiture tax, 1 mill.A .

will pay you to call on or address character to the expression, that The minutes of last meeting were read number of bills were approved and iWS"CT.R.A-fcTCE3.-:
1 It. Johns, of "Water Oak Pinery," If.you If American control or supervision of the and confirmed.On ordered to bo paid.
want pineapple plants, n follows: Philippines was an indispensable condition petition of W. J. Tucker to sell
"Smooth C.iyenue, Abbaka, KnvllCltiejritiil laid down a* the basis for peace wines, beers and liquors in Fi eel net No. I represent the Old Hartford, Liverpool and London and Globe, Aetui,

Jamlca Uipleys. Kvery plant Bold negotiations, it was practically certain 0, and it appearing to the satisfaction of ROBBINS & GRAHAM Providence & Washington, Fireman's Fund, and Sun Mutual,

in guaranteed (list cl.iss. Address that the Spanish Government would not the Board that the said W. J." Tucker 33f Lowest rates guaranteed. Write for rates, etc., to 'tC.
M. R. Johns, accede to tills condition, but would determine has a majority of the registered voters JTltusvllle
rather to continue the war. ...Lawyors... S. SCHUYLER, Agent,
Stuart, Fla.Eniicy of Precinct No. 0, to sell wines, beers
The Navy Department has posted the and liquors as aforesaid, and it appearing Fla.We .

l Iiieani>l Slli & Sucker following bulletin: that said petitioner has fully complied WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND
United States
20
"St. Thomas, July with the law, therefore it is ordered
for Male.Abbakas ship Massachusetts, Ponce, Porto Klco, that a permit do issue to the tax collector UNITED STATES COURTS.
July 28. Commander Davis,with Dixie, of Brevard county to issue a State James Pritchabd, President; W. M. Brown, Vice-President;

Egyptian Queen, Golden Annapolis, Wasp and Gloucester, left and County license to said petitioner for C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.

tieon, Poito Rico, Smooth Cayenne and Guanloa'July 27 to blockade Ponce and the fiscal year 1898, under chapter 0, ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished
Hod Spanish. Apply toMaddock capture lighters for United States army. section 800, revised statutes of Florida.On .
& Matthams, City of Ponce and Playa surrendered to motion, the bond of R. B. Holmes and Dade INDIAN RIVER STATE BANE
for Lands in Brevard
"Palm Uuach l'lnery," Commander Davis upon demand at 12:30a.m. : for notary public, was examined and appioved -
West Palm Beach, Fla.Iikui ., July 28. American flag hoisted by the Board. j
(i a. in., 28th. Spanish garrison evacuated. On motion, the road report of J, Houston Counties. (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
"
road commissioner of District No. J, Authorized capital, $100,001
>i 1o.Slips and Suckers London, July .10. Except upon the
for the six months ending July 1st, 1808,
For 8al< unsettled point of the Philippines, the was examined and approved by the have a large List Paid up capital, $25O0C
main lines of the penco terms were already Board, and the vouchers placed on tile Average deposits, $150,001
lf tho. following varieties, Smooth discounted here. The editorials In the office of the clerk of the court for of Lands owned by

Unyciine, Envll Cities, Abbakas and In tho morning papeis to-day generally future refeiences.On Transacts a General Banking
tied iSp.uiish, grown horn .young plants regard them as evidence of a desire ontho motion, it is ordereil that Mrs. J, ourselves and clients.
call part of tho United States to treat O. Johnson be tho list
.ud without cover. For pi Ices, on placed on pauper
addtess C. A. Rouinhox, Spain generously, and to limit, so far as at *5 per month.On Price for unimproved Business.
Eden, Indian Klvcr, Fla.GEO. possible, the extention of Ameilca's administrative petition of F. A. Losley and R. L.Motlow .
responsibilities beyond the comprising the firm of Losley lands $3 to $100 Largest and Oldest Bank on the Biro

seas. & Motlow, to sell wines, boors and liquors
T). C. .'10. After a Exchange sol J on all Foreign Count .
Washington, July
W. DAVISON & CO., in Precinct No. 2, and it appuarlng to per acre.WE .
day of anxious deliberation and Important the satisfaction of the Board that the
Fruit & Produce Commission Merchants. consultations, the reply of the said Losley & Motlow have a majority of DIRECTORS:
United States Oovernmont to the Spanish jA8.PRirOHAHDW.H.HAllNFTTll' llll( !
the voters of Precinct No.
registered 2
TINE- have a few Residence, Orango of the National Hank ot JacksimilleJ itDurkee
Florida Pioducts; Oranges, overture for this afternoon
peace
to sell wines, beers and liquors ns aforesaid (Vice-l'restilpnt National llukd
APPLES; Watermelons, Tomatoes and was at last placed in the hands of M KCambon aud It appearing that said petition Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable Jacksonville), and W. M. Itnow.t.CORltE9POVr .
other vegetables a specialty. the French Ambassador, to boby ee have fully complied with the law, >FNT

.307-30D-ail-.ilJ: Poydras Sttoet, him transmitted to the Government therefore It is ordered that a pormit do locations. Prices Reasonable. Seaboard National Bank of New Yort irt
ORLEANS LA. of Spain. It was half-past four o'clock issue to the tax collector of Brevard National Hank of Jacksonville.XIrXTTSS .
NEW this afternoon when the Minister received
to Issue State and ,
county a County
Refer to local agent* of all Exprens Con., lnoal the answer, and, as It makes license to said petitioners for the fiscal TITUSVILLE IILlL,3i:, I X A..
freight ani'iit or ti UxiUvtue Na hvlllo Il'y, about 1,100 words in all, and must be reduced Offices :
of 1808 under 0 and MIAMI.
Uen.iunia Nafl llnnk, .Metropolitan Hank, >. o. and year chapter section
then
to the diplomatic cipher 800, revised statutes of Florida.On .
transmitted by cable, the Madrid authorities
motion, the report of His Honor
Established ISflO. probably will not receive it un- the for licenses Issued ESTABLISHED 187S. '
.county judge,
til some time to-morrow (Sunday). during the mouth of July, was examined East Coast Meat Market

ur.. PARK & CO., Santiago de Cuba, July 31 (delayed in and approved. Wm. A. BOURS & CO....
transmission). Col. John II. Page, bftho The county treasurer made his monthly
Third Infantry (regulars), will leave G. F. DUREN, Agent.
statement on the different funds of
FERTILIZERS
Commission Merchants. to-day by the transpoit Iroquois for New the county, Including the tine and forfeiture ss **nP3 GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND
York, bolng dangorously HI with malarial
fund for the month of
July,
0 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.We .
fever. Colonel Pago was the last which were examined and found correct.J ,
Receivers of Florida Fruits colonel of the regular army to remain in N. Waller and J. R. Walker were appointed handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of HiJ
Cuba, all the others who canio originally a committee to burn the warrants Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright am
having been either killed in battle turned over by the treasurer as dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
and Vegetables. or died of sickness. Star Hraml Fertilizer Guaranteed ,Pure Qnm
per schedule; the committee reported Analysis,Ornnee tree and Vegetable Fertilizer
Madrid, Aug. 1. Tho Liberal to-day Bone, Nitrate Suda. Muriate of fotaah, Sulphate Potash, Kainlt, eto. These fertilize have
commission01s having performed their duty, asked toha superior in the market,and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue free.
Oranges, Pineapples ami Floilda says the Spunlsh-Amorican discharged, which was accordingly
aie to meet in Loudon, and that the
done. The also had
treasurer a certificate
fruits a Specialty.RKFicnKNCKa P3Titusville
points that will be disenssod will be the
attached his
to report, showing that
: Citizens' Exchange disposition of tho Philippine Islands, ho had the amount as called for by his
Richmond Va. Irving National tho payment of the Cuban debt, thd Brevard A Flask of Pure Whiskey
Oank, ; report on deposit in the State
JJauk, New York. evacuation of Cuba and Porto Rico, and Bank.On. In your satchel when starting on b J

Stencils and any information desired Antilles tho ownership, of tho war mateiial in the motion, tho road report of J, II. Florida.JAS. ness trip, or on a vacation, may be\v brim\ >

Ifurnlslied on application. Tho Spanish Minister of War, General about means of internal saving disturbances your life. Xothlng or fevers
Corren Is said to be "actively arranging
and mv
37 Jay Street, for the of the soldiers effectively as change of water (
Santiago
repatriation
times change of whiskey), and a littlel
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. tho first of whom aio oxpected toariive PRITCHARD & SON. our pure Baker or fine Brandy, uiliw
"
in Spain at the ond of August.
... with It, Is a preventive. Wo have v
London, Aug. 3. The Madrid coirospondent and Manors !
choicest stock of wines
Fish For Sale.I of tho Daily Mail says: Florida.
"The Government has accepted the X3Cogtca.cLxi. ,j tojri3 fox*
am prepared to supply fresh fish to piineiplo of tho American conditions, JOHX CLARK SOX & CO.,

hotels, boarding houses and private but tho acceptance will not be made public Commission Merchants and dealersJ|
families. Call at first fish house 011 railroad until inquiries to Washington on Groceries, Grain, Coal, Wines A Liqa
wharf* D. C. Calpwkll, matters of detail have been settled, thus
Tltusvllle, Fla. rounding otY the preliminary basis." JACKSONVILLE, FLA33T
Washington, Aug. 2. In tho event ofSpain's Hardware Consignments of country pr*'a

acceptance of tho terras proposed solicited.
For Sale, by this country, tho Hist step, probably,
will be toward an agreement to close notlvo -
Choice orango lands five and ten acre hostilities, pending the diafting of a
lots at the beautiful town of Daytona, of along the lines of the accepted
treaty peace THE C.
B.
Agricultural Implements Crockery ROGERS
Also
terms. Lamps
-on the East Coast. Easy toruis. Acuoiding to precedents ,

homes in Floilda. Investments made ordinalily regarded, an armistice would and Glassware Fishing Tackle and Ammunition
and loaned on Jacksonville pro
money be proclaimed, and, In the circumstances, Importers and Wholesale Grocers.
perty. COUilTI.AND BUCKMAJf, this would mean the practical close of
22, Ilogan street, Stoves, Tinware and barbed wire.TITUSVILLE .
Jacksonville, Fla.I'nlinetto war ....Provisions, Grain, Hay, Flour, Grits, Meal, Etc....


FLORIDA. Sole Agents forFAIRBAXK Our business confined to tbe *
AN APPEAL FOR HELP.
Drug: Store, Dnytonn. nei-
CAXXIXG CO. LIOXBRAXD only. Orders from consumers

Drugs, medioinos, chemicals, fine toilet Editor Indian River Advocate : CANNED MEATS. solicited nor desired.
soaps, brushos, combs, perfumery and
tfancy toilet artlclos in great variety.M. On Sunday last tho dwelling-house ofJ.
Huston, propr. P. Lees, of the south prong of the St.Lucie BRICK 1 Quotations made promptly on applicationA77ZVNa7E2X -
river, was burned to tho ground;
and his little son, Earl, died the following
moruing from the effects ot burns
PROGRESS OF THE WAR. icceived. Mr. Lees was also badly
burned, and lies In a critical condition. : : >,
The family lost everything food, clothing JACKSONVILLE BRICK CO. Ett
Principal lIuppeuliiK* >' (he Week.St. bedding nothing was saved. Thero Hides, Furs, Wool, Alligator Skins Tallow, Bees-Wax, jBY

Louis, July 2:1.: August Orupe, are sis young children loft. ,
one of the foremost merchants of Cuba, Our settlement has contributed according 20 Hogan St. Jacksonville Fla. THE
who lias lived In Havana for twenty-four to its ability to reliovo their most ,
years, stopped here to-day en route toGermany pressing necessities. There nro four SOUTHERN HIDE & SKIN CO.
on a visit. In. tho course of an hoys and two girls. Donations of money, Write us for prices and save your money. We make
interview, Mr. Grupo salds"When food, clothing, bedding, etc., will be State
I left Havana, two weeks ago, greatly appreciated by the family-and Largest Handlers of Skins in the
the inhabitants were not In tho slightest can bo sent to Mrs. J. P. Lees, the hardest, least absorbent and best brick made in Florida. REFERENCE: National Bank State of Florida. if'

fear of the bombardment of the city. In Yours truly,
fact, everything was going on the same Waltek Kitciiiso. Can supply up to a million on short notice. Office, Rob Building. Hide Warehouse to 443, Jackson St.
Stuart Fla. 4 <1S0>*.
halls Aug.
izs usual. The theaters, dancing JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.











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