Title: Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00196
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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 12, 1898
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: VID00196
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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16. 3STo. 25. TITUSVIL LE, FLA., FEIDAY, AUGUST 12. 1898." DPrice, 5 c.

LOCAL NEWS, BABY CARRIAGES, CHAIRS, Cribs, C2T-BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc. a nice, assortment KEEP TO THE FRONT AND BUY Wilson as postmaster; also a nlcclyappolntcd AMONG THE HOTELS.Whkiik ii

Cradles, Springs, Mattresses, all prices. at Screven's Drug Store, a "red hat." See our new line ofmen's trading post, conducted by Mrs.E. .

FURNITURE SrOKK, Titusville. hats. J. Burns, a lady of acknowledged
of General Interest.jclety
Lnd Topici* to See list of hotels
Titusville, Fla.A Gardner A Walker.LADIES' courtesy and business tact, and who Is stop.
TRY A GLASS of Wild Cherry or Grape assisted by her son, n blight youth our 7th pago,

and General Gossip In connection provost guard has been In town Juice, at City Ice Cream Saloon.Mr. Judge M. S. Jones left heio Bobby Burns nnd hor amiable daughter. Tho Aovucatk Is now on file at all
with lllsoayne Bay, Lake Worth, Imllitn, this week, on the lookout for deserting for various points down tho East Their homo Is beautifully situated ontho tho best hotels In New York city.

Itanana mxl Halifax Illvers, Kejr West soldiers.Mr.. II. J. Eggcr came up to town Const. Ho will visit his Klondike placo Ilanina rivor, with an avenue loading

mill all other Important Point* along the Thomas Mitchell has left from Miami yuateulay.Mr. ere returning to town.Mr. directly across tho peninsula' to tho Where do yon Intend going this summer
Cocoa at tho Canaveral ? Rend summer lesort advts. on Tthpage.
Ksst Coaat of Florida, lirlef mention of sea, Cape lighthouse.
Interesting Event* from Various Part* Miami. where he will remain for atime. A. Hildrctli, of Columbus O., If. C. Budge, was a passenger Next, south of the Burns plantation, .

of the World; About People You Know was a passenger on last Satin day's train, on last Fiidav's noithboiind train, en is tho snug lutroat of Mr. Geo. W. Morton Do not forget tho dance nt tho Hotel

id People You Don't Know Picked Mr. Jno. D. Crahli, of Cocoa, has en route to his place at Indianola.Dr. route from Miami to New Yoi k and the genial and popular manager of Coipiln.i, Oimoml, to-morrow (Satunlij )

up by Our Society Kdltoraud a largest it ffof been spending a few days in town with I"II, Houghton has been kept UVbiinn, O., on a combined business and the Canaveral Club, and Kebo Valley night. A pleasant time is In Kioto toi

Correspondent* scattered ulong the his family this week.Messrs. so busy with dental work in Daytonn,' pleasure trip.Mr. Club, Bar Haibor, Me. ; next to him, those who attend.Gen'l. .

Kast Coast of Florida.ndian C. A. Robinson Alfred Cox that he will bo unable to visit Ills many J. G. Bast, manager of tho ostrich overlooking tho broad wateis of tho
Banana, is the winter home of Capt. J.T. Supt. C. B. Knott passed
and II. L. Indian River patients for a couple of farm at Courtenay, camo to
three up
prominent Hood, of the piivaie club steamer through heiu, Saturday last, en route to
pineapple growers of Eden, spent part or so. town on Wednesday to attend tho Hoard Canaveral. About oue-half mile south Now York. He Informed lis that ns the

of Wednesday and yesterday in town.On Miss Annie Hudson, who has been of Trade meeting. He returns homo today of this Is tho homestead of ( 'apt. Sani'l.J. tioops had iieaily all left Miami, tho
Monday a colored woman was staying hero for some tlmo past with Dr. Friday) Jeffords, formerly of the sumo steamer Royal Palm hotel would close next 'illi

brought up fiom Cocoa and lodged in and Mrs. S. W. Carroll, was called home W. R. Nicholas, Jacksonville, buyer and right close to this. Is the romantic day (Sunday).

jail here. She was chaiged with the to Gainesville, Tuesday, by the illness of and dealer In raw furs, skins, hides, little snuggery, nestled In among the Wo acknowledgo receipt of soma menu

theft of clothes, and being unable to pay her mother.Mrs. wax, wool and alligator skins, is soliciting shady hammock trees, with trailing cards from the Mount Pleasant House,

the fine Imposed, was sent for safe keep shipments of these articles. See his vinos, shrubs and flowers, which thowellknown White Mountains, N. II., which tell us i
James Pntchard left hero Inst
ing to Titusville. advt. on tsth pago of this Issue.Mr. author nnd poetess, Mrs.Lucio .
that tho tables tiro loaded with
Saturday for Daytona, where she has Ada MacKensio her i
Among those in town this week been enjoying herself wheeling over the O. B. Floyd, of Oilaudo, one of homo.On occupies as good things that wo cannot get in Florida

were .Messrs. E. C. Johnson, A. S. and Fountain City's excellent roads. Her the most popular commercial men on the tho boacli, east of tho river homo.Is at this time of year. ' '/

R. L. Dixon, Cocoa; Thos. 11. Sanders, husband joined her on Wednesday. road, stopped over here at the Indian nnotlior cottage which Is occupied John W. I'rout handles tho force attho I jil
J. It. Miot, Jno. E. Reed Indianola C.Thigpin River, hotel from Tuesday until Wednesday
; Attorney Goo. W. Allen, collector during tho heated term by this lady and Hotel Miami in a thorough hotel
route to vaiious south.We .
en places
Lotus; Peter Raulerson, Fort of customs at Key West, passed through those of hor friends who are fortunato man's style as if ho had never known

Drum; R. It. Rioou. Eden; J. D. Crabb, Titusville the first of the week, en route acknowledgo, with thanks, receipt enough to obtain Invitations, Your correspondent what It was to scout upon tho plains of

Cocoa.Mrs. to Ocula to attend the Republican con of a bound volume entitled, "Year wns one of these fortunates, the west, tight Indians, or lead General
Chas. K. Kenyon and baby left ventions. He was accompanied by Col.W. book of tho Department of Agriculture, and the kind treatment and hospitality Miles on his raids through the trackless v

here Friday last for Sea Breeze, to sojourn R. Kerr and son.Titusville 18117," from Congressman Robt. W.Davis. extended by Mr. und Mrs. MacKon/.le, plains In search of Indian raiders. Mr.I'rout .
for about a month at the seaside It is profusely Illustrated and Is will never bo foigotten. Is ns much at ease as If hn had l 41

and enjoy the varied pleasures of thobeacli. Tannin Extract works, otherwise vciy Interesting.Mr With driving, bicycle riding, surf bathing been behind a lintel nlllco deck all his

Mr. Kenyon has naturally been which had. to shut down some time ago fishing, tnrtlo hunting, shooting ofyellowlegged life, snjs the Miami Metropolis.It .
Mrs. McPhorson nnd
for want of water, Is agalu In running
feeling quite lonesome since th lr de and plover riding
< snipe ,
daughter, Mis. P. L. Wilght with her is siirpilslng tliu good business that
departure older, witli Mr. S. F. Gray in charge. the breakers in it surf-boat catching
bright little gill to Titusville Is being done at Hotel Phiclde Jacksonville
The last few showers of rain have done came up and shooting porpoises what, ,
River Geo. A. Ilraddock, of Sebastian, considerable good along tho Fast Coast, from Stuart last Friday afternoon In could tarpon bo more eujovablo to one fond, of which Is nearly full of guests nil
who has been solving as a juror at the their launch. On Saturday .Mr. Wright tho llmo. Manager Harry Driver, with
County Comt this week, gave us a short The third number of tho Daytona came down from Oak Hill to meet thorn, 'outdoor life lit all Its various" phases, his chief room cleik, Mr. W. A. Favor,

ADVOCATE call while in town to mid his name to Occasional, published and printed by and they all left for that place the following far from tho madding crowd ? are quite n good team to conduct n

: our list of suhsciibeis; likewise .Mr, P.Raulerson Chas. Spanlding, is to hand. Itis, in day Mr. McPherson Is one ofStuart's Tho few good people, who years ago hotel successfully, Mr, Driver Is a hotelman

of Fort Drum, who also had pamphlet form, and is a very neat little prosperous fancy pineapple discovered the magnetic beauties of this of considerable experience, having '
business at the Court.Mr. sheet, its eight pages of this issue being grdwers, while Mr. Wilght Is engaged in favored spot, and have clung to It tenaciously been in tho business lor many yoars.Mr. ;
T Reading notice ads, nro ten cents devoted to Freemasonry and other sub orange cultuio at Oak Hill. Wouckuowledgo over since, me really to bo on- Faver, also, is not only a good hotelman

iv line on this page.IIave F.J, Webb, our now' resident jects. a pleasant call from tho party, vied ; but like all good things, the world hut has tilled tho position of purser
attorney, has bcen going aro uud town will eventually discover what thev have liners. The
of finest
on soiiio our ocean
subsciiptlon toc this week with a merry twinkle in his -i Archdeacon U, F. Brown will conduct We h.ivo teculved Information fioma so long enjoyed, then the future of Canaveral Pl.iclde Is favotite with the t
paid your quite a
Advocate you ? If not, please do ho. eye, rejoicing in the fact that ho had divine service In St. Gabilei's Episcopal very reliable soiiico that Miss Louise will be assured. ofllcers ami traveling public, ami the
made his maiden speech before Judge chnrch, Titusville, on Sunday Jones, of New Hartioid, Conn., sister ofMrs. J. G. B. excellent table with all the delicacies oftho
M. S, Jones at tho County Comt, and next, the lith Inst., at 11 a. m. and 7 10p. Win. M Brown, of this place, has Is, card"
[ Never fail to read our inside pages.uu had won the two cases ho represented. m. The rite of Holy Communion announced her engagement to Mr, Paul season. a groat "drawing
will always ilnd something to in- will bo administered at the morning Eugene Jones, of Brooklyn, N. Y. Mr. SCHOOL BOARD BUSINESS.At for this well-known hostelry. 4 i ii itt

best you.Mr. Major Milton W. Horllck, who spent woiship.Mr. Jones Is a distant cousin and a bright For many yaars the ton lists who have

some Beach time last at winter the Poiuciana is now with hotel. Palm and Mrs. M. K. Gruber, of West young lawyer of Brooklyn, Ho Is said tho meeting of tho Board of Public visited tho White Mountains will remember
Company be a estimable man, and Instruction, held at Titusvlllo last week, which
Palm Beach stopped hero from Jo very young the observation <:nrs were
L. left here last Sun- F., Wisconsin Volunteers, at Camp Cuba
E. Brady we join with Miss Jones' Indian the following business wns transacted ; llaillett and.
Wednesday until ycsteiday, when they many used from up to Fubyau's, i
y for Miami.Mr. Libre, Jacksonville, and is looking hale River friends in tendering congratulations The petition received fiom patrons oftho aud ludicrous was
and hearty. He is popular with the left for Columbia, S. C, on a two weeks'visit ninny a pleasant scene ;
very although wo do think she might Sebastian school, relative to the appointment to -
In o
A. A. Cleveland returned toun soldier nud Is hailfellowwellmet. to Mr. Gruber's mother. Mr.Gruber enjoyed bythose not n hurry
boys a
yesterday from his down-rivor trip.Sheriff . Is mayor of the former place and have changed her namo for "once In alifetime. of a teacher for the ensuing taln thutvery bust seats In these cars; ''j
a well-known merchant. Little Charlie ." It will look so out of place term, was laid ovor until next meeting.It but It was evident to all that tho touilsts
Jos. P. Brown and wife have Mr. R. C. Scrimgeour, of this place, Gruber accompanied his father and to read about "Jones mairylng Jones." was ordered that school No. 47 bu wore pleased at having these ears run *i iA
i'o spending a few days in St. Augusio attended the Republican state and congressional discontinued.
the For
between twopolnts. some
mother to Columbia.Mr. years
Tho F. C. A P. Ry. Co., of Jacksonville
this week.We convention Ocalathis
at week.
The tegiilatlons relating to tho minimum these oars huvo boon taken off, tho management
other delegates en route to the M. R. Johns a prominent and has lately Issued a very neat and attendance
Among dally average -werecontinued. as that the cars
noticed Mr. R. C. Creech, of.nynn useful colored giving a reason
on the cars Tuesday. He was same place last Sunday, we noticed Postmaster well-known pineapple grower of Stuart, folder-map, containing a A school must maintain a were not In a sitlllclently good condition
the with
general of West Indies
It. W. Goode, of Melbourne, In writing the Advocate this week, plan attendance of not less than *
his way from Miami to Jacksonville.Mr. large scale of Cuba Porto Rico and daily average to be run with safety, mid lt Is now a.
and Mr. C. J. Schoonmaker, of Cocoa. says: "The advertisement In your paper map six to entitle It to a regular apportion source of giiitiflcatlon to know that Mr.Geo. .
Chas. A. Merritt returned home returned home has surely done the work to selling the British island of Jamaica; also maps
They yesterday. as ment. Schools, after opening, which F. Evans, the general manager of
of the Islands and
St. Augustine Saturday last, after ni7 pineapple plants. Please discontinue Philippine n general fail to maintain such will be looking
with hook and line off the average the Maine Central road, has been
Fishing of their of
ying the ostrich farm at Courtenay alit. railroad wharf has been the ad., and send me your bill map own system rallwuys. closed unless reasons satisfactory to the Into tho niattor to see If It Is not a |
very good This folder Is of a convenient size to be
at once. Nothing like adveitislng In Board aie given. Groups of loss than nnd wise thing to placo on 7
week and number practicable
this quite a laigo carried in the pocket, anil will be found :
the Advocate when you want good results. six children who are Isolated will receive The
itnd handsome
this route cars.
-Attorney W. I. Metcalf, of West trout and other gamey fish have been very handy for reference when your
Ira Bench, was in town a couple ofys hauled In. Tho eyes of some of our well advertisers.. We always like to please our friend conies forward to tell you ho Is aid per capita.Tho tourists of the route will awMt with

or so this week, attending County known winter visitors would glisten fully acquainted with tho exact location apportioninunts for tho ensuing much expectancy the results of Ids Investigations.

uit. were they to see the many fine fish hauled Quite a number of patriotic Englishmen of the foregoing islands. General Passenger your were made. .
up and laid on the wharf by our have jolnod the United States army, Agent A, O. MacDonnel Is to be The Board will, at its September meeting
-Miss Helen Miller of what If
disciples of Sir Isaac Walton.Mrs. volunteers and naval reserve during the useful consider changes, any.
juvenile congratulated Issuing so afoldermap
last train and
i a passenger on Sunday's should bo made In the school books,
three months. One of the latest to
Jacksonville, where she'will study to J. O. Walton and Claude Walton past which Is very acceptable at make such orders as may be necessary.
enlist from the East Coast Is Mr. W. G. this time. Wo would be glad to have
come a trained nurse.Mr. left here Saturday last for Jacksonville of teachers to soliools
Appointments The comprising tho Second
Stokes, of Hobo Sound, but formerly of our patrons call and get one; or wo will troops
T, CJrotJan Ronald, of Lotus, where Mr. Walton met them. Liverpool, England. Helsquite a smart mall one on leccipt of one cent, to pay were made as follows : Texas, U. S. V went through hero late
ssed through Tltusvillo, Saturday last, After spending several days at Hotel young fellow, and hag become a member postage. Miss K. E. Dart to Cocoa, No. 22, last Saturday iiljtlit,, the first and second
all left for Macon Ga. transferred from Eau Gallie No. i$.
route to Georgia, where he expects Everett, they of the Engineor Corps, now stationed atSt. sections stopping for a few minutes at
sojourn for a month or so.Several Their pleasure trip of throe or four Louis, Mo. Mr. Stokes hopes to bein Major J. B. Tognl, of that old and Miss Hue Hopkins to Melbourne, No. 12. the depot, wlioie were gathered a large
months' duration will probably be wino establishment East Miss Stolla Minis to Ilarthind No. ill.
spent time to get to Poito Rico or Cuba before popular on Bay number of our enthusiastic townspeople
Tttusville fishermen left List in Georgia, Tennessee and North Carolina. the war is over. street, Jacksonville, has one of the finest Miss Mabel C. Allan to St. Lucie, No. 32.Goo. to give them n hum ty welcome on their

nday for Lake Poinsett,, where they -* # sights In town, which is a large grapevine W. Schuyler to Indianola, No, 17. way to Jacksonville from Miami. On
vc the permission of the County Comssionors A very interesting optigraph moving- Wo aio in receipt of several artistic coveting his entlro yard, laden with Miss Idi M. Dodsora to Valkaiia, No, 40. Sunday night 1.14 members of the First

to engage in seine fishing.Attorney .. picture exhibition was given at the and well-gotter folder maps of the large bunches of delicious black grapes.If Miss Jennie Miller to Grant, No. 42. Division Hospital Corps, with all the

C. T. McCarty returned Titusvlllo Opera House last night to afairsized Plant System of railway, steamer and you have ever tasted something nicoIn Miss Nettie Jones to Banyan, No. 4.1. hospital equipment, passed through Titusvlllo.

mo to Ankona Sunday last from ait audience, illustrating'the high steamship lines and connections. The your lifetime but not quito nice Miss Daisy Platts to Wlldalo, No. 48. Geiieinl Kelfer nnd his staff,

visit to the and came attainment in the art of photogiaphy. front page of the cover is embellished enough* to "touch tho spot-' drop Innnd Miss Lucy Howell to Canaveral, No. 41.Thore of tho Seventh Army Corps, were alsion >
metropolis, with the Plant Hag, the Stars and Mi I usk the make of other schools which bo
to Titusville to attend The views shown were life-size and lealistlc picsanil Major to you one are may board. None of the sick soldiers
Tuesday, the British Union Jack, in culms, his fresh opened which the Supt. will report will
Court.Mr. and embraced various subjects, the health-giving, grape-cure punches were taken with the corps, but they
unty most pleasing being the explosion while on the Inside page the various hosteliies nuil you will surely be more than when ready. Several other teachers will go as soon as they can be moved. The

S. B. Symmes, of Courtenay, of the Maine, the United Stares naval of the Plant "system of Hotels aieshown. pleased with It, By-tho-way, Major receive appointments, but canrrot be First Texas went to Jacksonville Monday

early this week for a month's Jaunt heroes, Gen. Fitzhugh Lee, warships, The well-known picture of tho Tognl has made a slight change In bisstalf assigned until later, night, and wore followed by the mn

New York, Boston and other places, troops, Cuban generals and scenes, tho trio of laughing colored boys, entitled and has now behind the bar Mr. J. W, Edmonson was appointed supervisor First Louisiana on Wednesday night.Tho .
will visit his father at Pepperell, serpentine dance and the "lovers* "Tickled to Death" a framed engraving Lawrence T. Canovs, who is very obliging of Turnbull, No. 20; Ernost Syudeliusof First Alabama are expected to pass

its., while away. scene. They will leave to-day for New of which hangs on the walls of the and popular with the customers. Mr.Canova Valkarla, No. (I), and O. O. lllsletb through hero to-day (Friday), and will

Quite number of East Coast Smyrna, and will give an exhibition at Advocate sanctum appear* on the has a brother Mr. John J. Can- or Oslo, No. 14.Tho bo the last of the troops to leave Miami,
a our back of the cover. The push and with Mr. Robt.Slnims for the month of July
that place. < page ova holding a position receipts with the exception of tho sick soldiers.Dr. .
''pie have the mountains ofitli
gone to enterprise of Col. It. W. Wrenn In this on Bay street, who also has a were as follows : Joseph Y. Porter, State Health
Carolina to spend the summer, Rod Smith lias retired from III-*
eral have gone to Hendersonville, office of marshal of Titusville, after havIng and other timely and practical methods good record for trustworthiness and July 1, Balance on baud $ 0 Oflloer, accompanied by Dr. Glennan,

ion City and Asheviile, and there are held It for nearly two years, and has of keeping the Plant System before the strict attention to business. Anyway, From county levy HIH.H2 surgeon of the Marino Hospital Service,
re who intend going. It is hard for gone to Jacksonville to join the police public notice is very commendable. do not forget Major Tognl's when you '11.1, '! ( 8.1M) spent Monday at Miami, they being en

pie to know where to stay when they force. Titusville Is now without a guardian visit Jacksonville. polls, 1817 14.00 route from Jacksonville to Tampa, via

to the above places, for It is very selm of the peace. Well, our residents AND GENTS' UMBRELLAS Key West, Dr. Porter made a thorough

a North Carolina hotel or boarding are an ordcily set of people, but if any a fine line just received. CANAVERAL PENINSULA. Total 'tim.43 Inspection of the hospital and campgrounds

ise card Is seen in Florida newspapers, do happen to misbehave themselves, all Gardner fc Walker. Warrants cancelled In July 2DI.V1 ; In the former making diagnosis

vertlsing is like steam to machinery- we have to do Is to pass the word to Its Heautlea, Natural Advantage, *r, of the complaints of the patients, find-
Balance In treasury $ 17.49Dr. log most of them convalescing from attacks
P. Brown and he will
grand propelling power. Sheriff Jos. soon Fine Property for Hale or Kx- [.Special correspondence.]
have them incarcerated behind the bars W. L. Yocum will be the Instructor of measles, mumps, typhoid fever
UTE Curin of the county jail. Sheriff Brown has a cliange One of the least known and yet most of tliu Titusville summer school, and jaundice. All of the convalescents,
ENAMEL BEDS, CRIBS, fascinating stretches of sea beach on the lie removed from
about 1H( ) In all, will
keen for lawbreakers.Mrs. which on Monday, August 22nd,
> poles, Toilet sets.Ftjrxituiie. eye East Coast of Florida Is that forming the opens for the teachers with most there soon, leaving about SO patients
Stoke, W. M. BrovM and her children The Hector Islam! beautiful and the natural especially a
| property, a mammoth crescent deepwater assistant to be appointed. who will be sent away as soon as they
Titusville, f'la. Mark and .Louise, IWve been enjoying place at Melbourne, on Indian River, harbor known as Canaveral Bight. The capable teachers are to yot bo congratulated on shall recover sufficiently to bo able totravel.
themselves this week at Saybrook, a Florida. Your correspondent passed several days .
able the Instructor
securing sot a gentleman as
> lively little seaside resort In Connecticut. This property comprises a dwelling last week at this ideal spot In coolness
ie Itesirteiice and
| l'ineapple named, and It is hope J .that all
It was very hot when Mrs. Brown house, store, 10x00, with 11 rooms upstairs and comfort, the night* being cool
who teach will find It In their
Plantation For Sale. arrived in New York, and she very much ; steamboat wharf; also a small enough to make the blanket coverings expect sttond to the Instruction will I!<*u to as
Indian River breezes. Her tangerine banana and power
missed our orange grove, comfortable.If
benefit the
be of direct practical to
|(V most beautifully-located villa and brother (Roger) and sister (Catherine) other fruits, with rare shrubbery, lawn the facilities for reaching this inviting teachers and the schools. County Supt.J The Indian River hotel will be head,

ntatlon overlooking from a high are also at Saybrook, visiting their grandfather tennis ground and artesian well. spot were better, there is no question II. Sam* will give the Information for teachers who attend the
necessary quarters
tt the picturesque Indian River; in and inhaling the ozone wafted In The owner wilt sell the property for that there would be many visitors
a* to rates of board and boarding Summer School In Titusville on August
Grand Old Ocean. Mr. Brown as one-fourth the amount asked by the late tbe well the winter
during as
centre of the pineapple section; large from summer as for
places to all who wish to attend thoschool. 22nd. Special rates. Apply early
my buildings and out-houses. Hod- president of the Bank of Bay Biscayne, C. J. Hector, or will exchange for a good months. Tbe only way of reachiug It .
conveniences; inside toilet arrangents Miami has been kept quite busy for orange grove and residence near a town now (except by private or specially- rooms.jy

baths, sewerage; boat-house and some time past, but we presume be will between Titusville and Biscayne Bay. hired sailboat or lausch) 1* by steamer

r; lawns,* shrubbery, flowers and 17es soon be going North to join bis family. For particulars, apply to the owner, > from Eau Gallie, running three times a Honey for Hale. As an advertising medium, n

in full bearing, best quality pine James Palmer, week, and which carries tbe mail. Canaveral paper on the East Coast can beat thAdvocate.
ries. EVERYTHING IN THE SUMMER Patchogue, L. I.Or Landing some thirty miles from Several barrels of fine, new honey for Give ns trial advt..

farther particulars of 'Puceapple," dress goods line at reduced prices. to his Attorney, F. J. Webb, Eau Gallie I* the steamer's run. There sale, cheap. P. Kroeoel, and be convinced of tbe pink paper'*

w Advocate, Tttusville, Fla. Gardner A Walker. Titusville, Fla. Is a postofflce here, with the genial Capt. Sebastian, Fla. worth.



cleansed the soul'of the'perishing outcast LEMONS IN HOT WEATHER. POINTS ON PINEAPPLES. MARX.

Weak and ,
aid l In using pineapple for fruit jellies or
"Doth not scorn They Are of Great Medicinal Value
To clqse the lids upon the eyes creams, It must be borne in mind that Wholesale Dealers In
During: Knervatlng Days
Catarrh and Bronchial Trouble Of the polluted and forlorn." it is absolutely essential to cook It first.If .

Had no Appetite Now Better In The slave' in his dreams thinks of of Summer.We the fresh pineapple is used with gelatine GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE...

Every Way-A Delicate Child."Some home, and sees his "dark-eyed queen the jelly will never harden, as many

time since I took a sudden cold her children stand." The exile know In a dull sort of way that a cook has found to her sorrow Neither 131 aiul 183 East Bay Street and 6 and 8 New nan Street,

nd could not get rid ot it. Being subject among lemons are useful, and If we didn't, should pineapple be cut or pared
catarrh and bronchial trouble I coughed from Erin asks : Jaolison-eillo Fiona
to ,
easily find this out by looking
might almost
with steel knife It corrodes it
a as
terribly. I lost my appetite and grejr "Where Is my cabin-door fast by the
poor ai.d weak and I did not (eel like wild wood ? over the papers. But lust bow valuable immediately. It is due to this active ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE city!
few of iia realize. They are of
work. I began taking Hood's Barsaparilla. Where Is the mother that looked on my they are principle of tho pineapple that the

In a short time the cough disappeared childhood ? great medicinal value, and are better juice is considered a sovereign remedy

I slept well, had a good appetite The soldier sleeping on the battlefield thnn patent medicines and nostrums put in the South for throat diseases, especially We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Grain Potatoes anil ,,w pcn8
of and
and 1 was better in every way. Last files to the"Pleasant up in bottles and boxes for the benefit for diphtheria. It is snid to cut guaranteed genuine.and Vegetables.We also carry Give a us full a trial line and Hay you, will be pleased.Feed. We want

spring I was not feeling well,I had no appetite fields traversed so oft inlife's (?) of the human family.A the \\membrane, affording relief when your Oiangcs

and no strength. I resorted toHood's morning march, when his bosom teaspoonful of lemon juice In a small other means fail.In MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla,

f'arsnpnriHa and Boon felt more of black coffee will drive an
was young. cup away preparing the pineapple for the
like work. My little nephew was a delicate
Our late great Laureate makes the attack of bilious headache, but i.t Is better table, the directions given by one who
child and had a humor which troubled cSs CODKALEItS
him so he could not rest at night. "bold Sir Bedivere" say to his dying to use them freely and so avoid the has lived where the pines Igrow will bo CHAS.

lie has taken a few bottles of Hood's barsnpnriila Prince : attack of headache. A elice of lemon found worthy of following : "Select one INUBTLm.

and now he has a good appetite "Ah 1 my Load Arthur, whither shall rubbed on the temples and back of the from small to medium in size," olio says, . "Wines ijcl<2L HL-icaL-uiors

and is able to sleep." Miss Abbib J.Fkee.man Iffo? neck Is also good for headache. These "for In theso tjie flavor is bout, and never ,
417 & 411>
( IV.
liny St.,
South Duxbury, Mass.lOOCFS Where shall I hide my forehead and my facts help in beautifying one, for one take one which has not both stem and

eyes ? can't be beautiful and ailing at the same crown. Twist out the crown and lay JACKSONVILLE, . FLA.
For now I see the true old times are dead, delicate
? When every morning brought a noble time. The days ate past'when the asldo, but throw away the stem. In the RICH WINES create punil, rlili heal
with nerves" was the heroine thy blood. Don't niiike tlio mlttakc of
chance woman little from which the was
pit crown l>u>tnr( xotir ]iu 4r 13 tho Onu True Dloott Purl nor.All dniKglsts. $1.ttrrtc
And every chance brought out a noble of all the novels, and the "clingingvine" twisted, drive two strong skewers down cheap. It Is nut. It lias ft nastv iliuugreeuble
are tho best aftcrUiiiivr11UUU knight. be admired by all eilect upon the nMttcin )iilea
11 lla
i I .11S through the central core until they come good wine is really not exien he and
aid ilia.
pau, digestion But now the whole round table Is dissolved through the bottom. Pull the skewers (jives you feeling.IFIf that. imlled-touetliei, hit.HatlHtleil .
taken Internally, or rather apart, and the pine will cleave asunder We make a Specialty of xrtlfaro\ -
Which was an Image of the mighty liua Mountain l>ew Lorn \\liixkctlma
ilia.HOME. world; used, will aid in beautifying any one. from crown to stem. Then It is asimple) years old, S2.U0 per gallon.

And I, the last, go forth companionless, There Is nothing more valuable for the matter to split the core, dividing again veil Parties to order living from in us Dry, as Town mo anthem m> ,,10<

lady cook {nee tknjikhskk ci.aflis) And the days daiken round me, and the toilet table than a solution of lemon each half of the fruit. Put the pieces 00 per cent, on all orriereSTlAlways

years, juice; a little rubbed on the hands, face together In their natural position, tie send money with onlei*.
Among new men, strange faces, other W e will not open new acconMH union
Our subject is a trlto and well-worn minds." and neck at night will not only whiten with a narrow ribbon, put the crown in suitable Jacksonville refcreme In itlveo,

one to the readers of the Indian RivkbAdvocatk but soften the skin. A paste made of place, and the pine Is reiyiy to serve.It No Afrent Goods for sent IncliinoioliH C.; 0.1> to Hre Drv'wliiR Towni Co.,
Concluded In
yet it never weaiies and never [ our next.] magnesia and lemon juice applied to the is eaten by separating each of the Brewers and llottlers, lmliumiiiolm, luj.

grows stale. In the hearts of one race face and hands upon lying down for little squaios of rind from the rest and Hercules Malt Tonic, $2.28 per case; Clayton vRun el) Wild Cherry Brandy, J4.50 per cane.
poihaps above All others the woid"Homi fifteen minutes' rest will bleach the skin ripping the flesh to the core. By this

*," among those who have felt its VENTION. beautifully. means no juioe is lost, and the dreaded
real meaning is associated with whatever For discolored or stained fingernails a SAW AND PI.ANINO MILLS, JACKSONV'ILLK YAKIt,
rind and eye serve as handles to convey K. liay St., Foot of Catlierliu. I
There will be held a convention of the of lemon juice in a of Palatka, Fin.
Is sweetest and purest in life.We teaspoonful cup the fruit to the mouth. The same person

think of homo as the seat of all Democratic Party of Brevard county, warm soft water Is invaluable; this is is authoiity for the statement that CYPRESS COMPANY

gentle influences: peace, love, happiness Florida, at Fort Pierce", Wednesday, September one of the best manicure acids. It will the two dainty white heart leaves of the WILSON ,

anil unselfish delights. The poets have 21st, at 10 a. in., for the purpose loosen the cuticle from the fingernails as crown contain the very quintessence of

never tired of singing its praises, and of nominating the following' officers: well as remove dlscoloratlons. the pine, and that dipped in a drop of Manufacturers of

one of them has told us in homely but One representative in state legislature; Lemon juice In water is an excellent tabasco the flavor of the fruit will linger and Lath.

pathetio verse, that "Do it ever so humble one tax assessor; one tax collector; one tooth waBh. This is about the only long on the palate." Cypress Lumber Shingles,

there's no place like home." Hut treasurer; three members school board; thing that will remove tartar. It will While fruits, as a "rule, are the approved ,

clergymen, ,mudlcal men, policemen and five county commissioners, all to serve also sweeten the breath. first course at breakfast, the A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, sliinglei,

district visltots could tell two years, also for any other business thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypresimouldings
possibly us exception should always be made with lath and pickets always on band,

another tale. Uyron wrote: that may come before It. #100 Reward,. $1O0. pineapple. An admirable digester, it ot all patterns a specialty.

'TIs sweet to hoar the watch-dogs honest .Known Democrats, and all other voteis attacks the first substance it meets, and When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see ns.
bark who will pledge themselves to the readers of this will be
The paper If that Is the coating of the stomach, so
>* liny deep-mouthed welcome as we various precinct commutes to support pleased to learn that there is at least one
the for the stomach. Pineapple
much worse
draw near homo; the nominees of this convention, will be dreaded disease that science has been
'TIs sweet to know there is an eye will able to cure in all its stages and that iscatanh. should always be served toward
v maik allowed to vote at piimaiies or mass Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only the last of a meal, when it will assist in THE SOUTHERN FUEL & SUPPLY Company,

/ Our coining, and look brighter when meetings for selection of delegates. positive cine now known to the medical the digestion of the food.
we come." Precinct Committees will appoint time fraternity. Catanh being a constitutional

This was a patrician poet's view; but and place for holding primaries or mass treatment.disease, Hall's requires Catarrh a constitutional Cure is taken How to Look Good. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lintf Cement
and due ,
notice of ,
Burns gives the peasant's: meetlugs give same. ihe blood ,
Internally acting directly upon
Good looks are really more than skin
Piecinct Committees will be the
"Ills wee bit ingle, blinking bonntly, same and mucous stut.iees of the system, deep, depending entirely on a healthy
His clean lieai th-stane, his tin If tie as at last convention. thereby destroying the foundation of the condition of the vital organs. If the Vitrified Paying and Sidewalk Brick.

wife's smile, The various precincts will be entitled disease, and giving the patient strength liver Is inactive, you have a bilious look;

The lisping Infant prattling on his kneo, to representation as follows: by building up the constitution and assisting if your stomach is disordered, you h.ivea 2fl..
Hoes a' his weary cuiklng cares be nature in doing its work. The dyspeptio look; if your kidneys are 408 West Day Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telephone
guile.An' La Orange 4Tltusville Nariows 1Uoorglana. proprietors have siv much faith In its
affected, have a pinched look. Secure
makes, him quite forget his labor . .11 . ., 1Merritt curative powers, that they offer One good health, and you will surely J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.
i and his toll." City Point 3 3 Hundred Dollars for any case that it have good looks. "Electric Bitters" isa
Cocoa & HockledgedKau Canaveral 2Uaulover. fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials.
and tonic. Acts directly
To liavo one's home broken up, to lose Gallie . .') . 1 F. J. CHENEY & CO., good
be without home Toledo O.B3T" on the stomach, liver and kidneys, tJT I Invito your Attention to my Complete Stock of
or to a are each signification Melbourne 2Malabar Spruce Bluff. . 1Ankona ,
rifles the blood, cures pimples,
of tho greatest miser) that can 1 . 1Mlcco Sold by druggists, 7So. lotches and boils, and gives a good
Sebastian . . 'IFt. 1 HARDWARE AND CROCKERY 4-
happen. These extort the profoundest Pierce 5Kden Banyan 2 complexion. Every bottle guaranteed. -*
Sold at F. S. Chaffee's drug store. 50 cts
pity. When Longfellow writes of the CULTIVATION.
2Ft. White City . . 2Woodley ORANGE
burning of Grand-Pro, he says of its people Drum 1M. 1S. per bottle. Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware, Graniteware -

"Friendless homeless doors, Bash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, Ice cream
hopeless ,
. SashTjios.. Johnson, In connection vtlth the above our Key Learned men tell us that in Latin the freezors, Quick meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame keroslno oil stoves, garden tooli,
they from city to city. When Sec. pio tern. Chairman, West correspondent sends the follow lug word editor means "to eat." In the plows and harrows, paints and oils, Fiult jars and Jelly glasses, poultry netting
however he the and
plctuies innocent
Democratic Ex. Com. for publication In the Advocate: United States It means to scratch around and barbed wire,

happy Evangelino returning from chinch A leccnt traveler in China and Japan like blazes to get something to eat. Harrison. Bros* Ready Mixed Paints.
EXPERIENCE TEACHES the value ofHood's notices that in those countries the orange Please Write me for Prices. i respectfully < rj*
"Homeward soronoly sho walked withGod's iSarsaparllla. It Is constantly trees aio not growu as we grow Rheumatism may be a painful experience tioniof your patronage. Mail Orders given lToiupt sntl Careful Attention, and inquiries

bouodioilon upon her; accomplishing wonderful cures and them but the man who has it can'tkick. prices answered promptly.
When sho had paHtiud it seemed like people in all sections take it, knowing it them in our country, by tiainlng an, 3E3. G ZEtTJ einsi*.,
the Ceasing of exquisite musio." will do them good.HOOD'S up to good stems and allowing them to Fla-

have largo and bushy heads, but are suffered West Palm. Beach,
lSut towards the homeless ones, the An Knterprl.sing Druggist.
PILLS cure all liver ills. Mailed to low, crooked and stumpy-
foi lorn (Die outcast and those grow
even for 23o by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, like more like bushes than as trees such There nre few men more wide awake
whoso follies or vices have brought them Mass. and enterprising than F. 8. Chaifee, who

to this condition, the poets, Interpreting as ours present. spares no pains to secure the best of Magnolia Grocery. ..

its own heart to humanity, have been infinitely While a man is thinking how a thing The traveler states that the reason everything in his line for their many .

tonder. Kirk White wrote apooin ought to be done, a woman will do it. given for this by the' Asiatic cultivators customers. He now has the valuable Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Dr. New
for King's Discovery
in this agency
was that it was much more easy
of nine stanzas on "The Prostitute" for consumption, coughs and colds. This
: way to'gather the fruit, and for that is the wonderful remedy that is producing STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.

reason it was cheaper and more economical such a furor all over the country by .
"Destines to the vicious one's
pamper appetite: to train the trees that way, than In Its many startling cures. It absolutely Butterine, 14cts. per pound.
asthma bronchitis hoarseness and
the who lured the the form of trees as our orange cultivators cures will you.
Spurned by boings all affections of the throat, chest and Write or call for our Cash Pilce List, which please

Sinking unnoticed in from sorrow Innocence and lndigence: do. Hut this could scarcely be the lungs. Call at above drug store and get 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
reason, as the labor In those countries a trial bottle free or a regular size for SO
; the cents and $1. Guaranteed to cure or Telephone NO. 255.
is so excessively [low that extra
Thou hast no friends, for they with thy
virtue lied; cost of a ladder and baskets to gather price refunded.

Thou art an outcast from houso and fromhappiness the fruit could scarcely be an item In the

; calculation. We have recently come About the only industry hard times EASY HIDING.
Wandering alone on the wide world'sunfeeling do not effect Is the baby market.ALKX .
stage. across some account of tin experiment All the time and speed when you

And then contrasting the lot of the by an orange cultivator In California, want it is a great feature of
who allowed some of his trees to grow
ouoe iunocontglrl with that of her heartless NEAR. ERNEST TAYI.OF.
low and bushy as the cultivator might
seducer, he concludes : '
say, straggling and had alongside the NEAR & TAYLOR
"Now he perhaps Is reclining on a bed
other trees trained at if they were consideration
of down up Here are some Keating points for"your :
; (Successors to John McAllister.)
*i. But if a wretch like him sleeps In security When a young man a ks father for his apple trees In the ordinary manner of an The Frame makes

daughter's hand in marriage, if the father orange grove, and to his amazement he Artesian Well Contractors itSTRONG..
is wiae he thinks of
s one
one thing equally
God of the red, light arm t where Is thy as important a* the youngman's morals, finds that these unpruned trees, suffered ,
thunderbolt ? social and business standing- and inteliitrence. to grow in this way, are more than doubly EAU GALLIE, FLA. The Construction
Russell Lowell also A young- man who suffers from ill- DURABLE.
James wrote at have
as productive as
health has no right to marry until his health
much greater length on tho same subject is restored. To do so is to commit a crime been subjected to the pruning necessary The Bearings give it

"The Forlorn" It Is a dark and may against not the be human directly race.inherited While, the all constitutional diseases to give them an ornamental character.It Shaving Parlor.. SPEED.

bitter night of "stinging sleet," and tendency to acquire them is inher Is more than likely, therefore, that The Double Roller Chain
ited. If a. man is consumptive, the MAKES IT FLT.Up .
"One poor, heart-broken, outcast gtrl chances are that his children will have It was this productive character rather

Faces the east wind's searching flaws." weak, undersized lungs, and a predisposition than the saving of labor which bas led hill, down hill, on the tour, road or track

Beneath the windows of a warm and to acquire the same disease. the Chinese and Japanese to adopt this fr-
The young- man who suffers from bronchitis It has No Equal,
cosy home weak lungs, spitting of blood or any method as their universal plan o( cultivation. Send for Catalogue.KEAiTINGr.
disease of tho air-passages which, if
neglected .
"She hears woman's voice within
a leads up to consumption, take WHEEL COMPANY
sweet'words her childhood The American farmer cannot
Singing Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery with average
knew. almost absolute assurance of recovery. It get over the idea derived from long Middletown, Conn.
And years of misery and sin cures qS per cent of all canes when taken oi ancestors
r Furl off and leave her heaven blue." in time It soothes and heals the delicate generations grain-growing
and sensitive tissues of the air-passage* and that he must hitch a horse to a tearing,
With the song old times and old lung-*, checks the cough, facilitates expectoration -, ripping tool of iron, and plow everything. [Remember, the Advocate, Titus No Cure No Pay.
thoughts return to tho dying woman : drives out all impurities and dis.as ville, does all kinds of job printing. Give
from the tainted blood While the Orientals do not equal us In l i8"
germs and us a share of your work.] That Is the way all *? rGROVE'S
"Enhaloed by a mild, warm glow, builda new and healthy tissues.Mr their development of choice varieties of TASTELESS CHILL TO-MJ-

From all humanity apart, .John O. Born. ,of 4o Liberty Ave pittabnrsrn. learn much from for Malaria, Chills and Fever. K
Pa., writes Sonic thirty months ago Isaidlo fruits, yet we might Ituckleu'a Arnica Salve.Tho .
She hears old footsteps wandering slow my wife. I don t want lo keep anytMag simply Iron and Quinine in a t fjform.
Through the lone chambers of her from you I must tell yon 1 am in the Uat Man their tranquil lives, their humane and Children love It Adults preWIt
heart"And of nsumptlon.' In December 1S9SI commenced gentle nature of all living things, both best Salve In the world for cuts, tonics. Trice, a"Mnlarlon -
lg Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery. bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever to bitter, nauseating
I coul H ,* when next morning, "from sin takenana tntrtova bottle*, and can- say with train t ores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
and sonow free, a womau on the threshold greatly beneSted. People are surpassed *> H. MEADOR corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively of bitter t st*
hear ma spank. I can halloo, and Is dovold
myroiae has cures riles or no required.It .
lay Lowell beautifully moraliseson "Man born to rule but It Is pay H*
not been as good in eight year*. My stomach was Is Fever acts on the
Washington Avenne, guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Cures Chills ;
was.ne-rcr In better catadluaa.
1 Id nersllT'
Fwrmerry con
the of that hitherto forgotten mighty hard to convince some of the
power or refunded. Price and the system
not eat without suffering very much Iniiaaalaula money 23c. per er regulates
'musio of her childhood, which bad after, but now 1 can eat anything." modern women that it Is a golden rule. TITUSVILLEl FLORIDA. box. For sale by F. S. Chaffee A Co. All Druggists.



Professional Cards.Okobo .
Joe Fisher lots 2, 4, block E, Fisher's addition 88
hteve Kills lot 3, block R, Fisher's addition 1 75 HODGES & GODFREY ti.

M. Robsihs. Walts* S. tisAHABt.pOBBINS V M Fisher lots 2, 4," K, . 50 ;

GRAHAM S A liarrleld lot 3, . . . ,. . . 1 40
A . a X hfrb? glvtn that the 'oHowInu described lands will be sold at public Phoenix Mills lot bounded north by Lemon street, south Manufacturers of

?VitU day of September, A. D. 181)8) at the door of the Town Council by BrOad street, west by Knig street, !

ATTORNETS-AT-LA'W, Rooms of Titusville, county of Brevard, State of Florida, or so much east by street not yet named, known us Yellow Pine Lumber
thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due the Town of Titusville for
nouns: From 10 to 12 a. m. Factory street . 12 80
Office and 2 to 4 p. m.Titusville taxes Herein set opposite to the same, together with costs of such sale and ad W A Ksiwls north 212 feet of lot 30, block 34, plat In ,
vertising: book I, page 305E 3 on tiOUOII A DRESSKD,

Brevard Co., Florida.p. D. B. TRITCnARD, Tax Collector.OWNER. B Bishop block 45, described In deed book I, page SCRK 1 73 Orange Ho* Ilends,
O. H K, 108. O Harris south 14 of lot
acres 1 described in deed
Will practice In all tba court* iut* and fed Fruit A Vegetable Crate*. i
book O, page 288.E 4 00
Sp'oolal facilities for examining and perfect- DESCRIPTIOX. Am't.Taxks.. G Harris part northeast If of northoast | deed book on Lumber ttirmiuti delivered Mil nf lading.st any part Anyone of Inillan contemplating River

Inn Innd titles.M All in Sec. 3, township 22 S. Xi E. .- O, page 288W 3 no tmiltllnirnn tlie Kant Coast, wimlil rango A Futch lot 0, Morrows' addition 1 73 write for prices. The Sawmill is sltnated on the
Gardner & Emmerson south-half of west-half lot 1. block A 3 20. J., T. & K. W. Ity.,i) miles south of Talatka.StttHMiiiu .
INOR 3. JONES, All In Section 33 21 South 33 East.C .
Township Rango
unknown ,
Wager's sub-div of lots 3, 4, 5, 8, Mights, 1*lit nam co., Fla.CKolce .
block A -. 5 00 n Watson southeast corner block 1, Rice's addition. . 1 17
ATTORNEYATLAW.TITUSVILLE Indian River Loan & Im-lot3, Wager's sub-dir of lots 3, 4, 5, 0, L D Lockard. . .-, northeast corner block 1. 1 40

provement Co. . block A 5 00 Wm Smith block 2, Rico's addition 2 0-1 . .
BREVARD CO., TLA, Mrs Jessie Wager. . lot 6, Wager's sub-div of lots 3, 4, 5, il, L M Price block 3 and south half of block 0, Rice's
block AEBAVager 18 00 addition 3 30 WinosLiquors

County Judge of Brevard County. lot 4, Wager's sub-div of lots 3, 4, 5, 0, Howell Titus north half of block 0, Rico's addition 1 73 and Cigars.
block A. 3 SO E II Holten northeast corner of block 7, Rico's ndd 1 10
Indian River Loan & Im-lots 5, 0, 14, 18, 20, 22, 24 Wagor's subdivprovement Allen Greidy northeast co.ner block I), Rice's addition. . 1 17 Guaranteed 1'itre.

OAULDEN, Co of lots 31, 5(1, block A 23 80 Steve Ellis.> southof block I), 2III Sold at reduced
D.L. Elliot Titus ni of lot 1, except north 20-ft Wager's sub- Howell Titus 100-ft scpiaro block 11, i iE 1 17 prices

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, div of lots .1, 4, 5, (t, block B 3 SO II Rice '. iij of block 1, all blocks 4, 5, wf block 7,
Town of Titusville n 20-ft lot 1 Wager's sub-div of lots 3, 4, 5, part blk 8, all blk 10 exo to Flood, blkII I in ported
Will practice In all the Courts of the State 0 block B..7il exo to Titus, all blk 12, Rice's avo. 3 80 TokH.v Wine, .iii
Florida and the United States
of JrU"8 . lot 2 Wager's sub-div of lots 3, 4, 5, it, blk 11 J P Turner south part lot 5, blwk B, Coleman's add. . 11 DO from Italy. .
.O. Box, 235. FLA. D W Tuttlo ni lots 5, i, Wagor's sub-div of lots 3, 4, 5, J P Turner lots 4, 5, block C, ' 2 04
Money to Loan.TITUSVILLE. 18AT 0 block 11 unknown lot 0, block C, ' 1 411 John B. Togni ,
HN NolleD si lots 5 LeBaron .Titnsvilio bite .IP Turner lots block 2 04
, map of B 7, 8,1), C. Metropolitan Saloon, 12:1: ICast Day St.,
WTuttleS lots 7. 8, and uj lots I), 10, block Csouthhalf J P Turner lots 12, 13, 2 40
GOLDSMITH, J Norton . of enst-half lot 2, block Dnorthhalf MiE TltiiH nortli-i block 1, Titus' addition 1 73 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Wliolenuln .

Dureu A Feaster. . of west-half lot 2, block Dwesthalf 23 SO IIowellTltiis sonth-i block 1, ' 1 73 ami ltalull
M E Titus lot 7, block 3 20 Theo Titus all block 2, l 3 20
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Indian River Loan A Im- Howell Titus all block 3, '* 3 20

provement CoJ east 00-ft lots 8, 10, block F. . 0 01) Annie E Titus lot 1, block I, ' 1 40 The Largest and Most Complete

Titusville, Florida.H A Coleman north strip lot 1, block O 8 20 L M Bowman lots 4, 3, block 4, 2 02I Establishment South.GEO. .
J A Coleman south strip lot 1, block G 3 20 W R Wolfe lots S, l>, block 4, ' I) CO

G A Montgomery . part lot des. in deed book M, P <;:;o, lot i, I) W Tuttlo lots 1, 2, 3, I, block 0, Titus' addition 3 20St S. HACKER & SON '
J. WEBB block GL 12 20 \V II Myers lot 5, block II, ) .V|
A Coleman wj of lot 2, des. in deed book ii. pago'iioY, D WTuttle lots 0, 7, 8, I), 10, blk 0 a 2o
lot 2, block GD 0 30 Annett Cleveland lot 1, block 8, 1 40

ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, W Tuttle lotl, bUAklf 1 . L B Biglow lots 2, 3, I, 0, 7, 10 blk 8 0 10 i. n1.I.0
Will practice in the Courts of the 7thCircuit. M E Oruber lot 2 north 18-ft, lot 4 block K 17 70B Turknett lot 5, block 8, 1 10I

Taxes paid for non-residents U Wilson lots 5 and (I, block K 11 1)0 \V W Tozer blocks 1, 2, 3, 1, 5, 0, wj blk 7, Carpenter's
and rents and accounts collected.Titusville T Feaster lots 1 and 2, block L.M I) (H) addition I) SI0

E Titus south-half of wont-half, block h. . . . . .
Florida.J R L Lockard north-half of west-half block LThoo

Titus lots 3, 4, LoRarron'a map of old block 3. . WHERE DO DAYS BEGIN r i
M E Titus lot 7, LeMinion's map of old block 3 THE CHILDREN'S PARTY.
J Mrs J E Harrison lots 2 and 4, east sub-div of block 4Gustavo
Apparently the Point Is Somewhere lathe Let (UinpllfiltT He the Keynote ef Mkeentertainment. >
Mosing lots 0 and 8, ..1Lizzie
Tacrine Ocean. .
F Rice lot il, east sub-div of block 4M
C Welser lot 10, east sub-div of block 4 Where do the days begin? They must There are few houses iu which then* siagg SMffpNssJsg '

Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. Pace A Doyle lot 2, block 0M ' begin somewhere, iiml by a clever Hue aro no children, and fewer still where I'I'i.I'i

Mapping neatly done. Estimates for Goldsmith north-half lot 5, block 0 ' ' . ] of argument n writer in an English their claim to n party nli to themselves

all kinds of F W Emmerson lot 1, block 8 . .. . . weekly figures out that tho plauo where is Interoourso with MANUFACTURERS OF
engineering works. Disputed not fully recognized.
S O Vanlandingham lot 3, block l> inche
the days begin lies somewhere out
Doors Sash Blinds
lines a specialty.Titusville IIJ Barksdalo lot 7, block 0 . PaciHo ocean. A straight line does othors Is nt good for children as for ,

E B Wager lots 13, 15, 10, 21, U* Wagor's sub-div of lots not define the pi arm, but it runs, according their seniors, and juvenile parties, if
Brevard Co., Florida.Wm. lot 3, 4, 5, (I, block A I) 30 to this theorist, iu a zigzag among properly managed, should bo not only Moulding & Building Material.Ollleo .
Theo Titus 3 block
17S 1 4(1It (
II lot 7 block ] some of the islands srnttered over that an enjoyment to tho youngNtors, but
Ray 10 . 80 AVnrei'ooms, King, opposite
Scott. > Goiidon R. Bkoosie.OCOTT Howell Titus lot ], 12E 0 00IS broud expanse of water.ThiH also an education in consideration for Cannon Street.Charleston .

& BROOME B Wager part lot 3, block 12, described In deed book is determined by the following the feelings of others. Large children's

W, pago 1U3 : 00 reasoning: Seeing that us one moves partlos are miftuko, thu whole afTai- S. C.
Thea Titus lot 1, block 13Brevard 3 20 westward the time gets earlier and
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, becomes ton formal, nnd it is impossible
County Abstract of earlier, so that when it is Won lay noon Sash Weights Cord and
interested and amused
(over Bank) Title Co lotl, 14 7 53 In London it is some time on Monduy lo keep so many ,
Theo Titus lots 2 and 8, block 14.D 3 20 without hard labor ou the part of thuelders.
Miami, Florida. morning in America, it follows that if Hardware.
W Tuttle lots 2 and 10, 2 04 .
Theo Titus lot 12 111HI.. 1 Tit this principlo wero continued without i. *
M E Stewart lot 2, 17. 1 Mi limit all' the way round the world at Simplicity should be the keyword of Window and Fancy Glass

EORGE Hall lot3 the same moment that it wits Monday the entertainment and should reign supreme If A
/ W. ALLEX, TE < 17.is.. 0 10 A SPECIALTY.BO .
ME Titus lot !), 1 40M8 noon iu Loudon it would bo also 34 in dress, amusements and. last rim

Annie Jackson lot 8, 1!). boors later that is, Tuesday noou iuLondon. but not loast iu the refreshments. Have

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, E B Wager ,lotl), llA > 2 018S This is of course absurd. everything pretty and bright, by all' YEARS' t

Key West, Florida. E Gory south half of lot 10, block 10, Before tho circumnavigation of the means, and the simpler tho food tin EXPERIENCE ;

Will Howell Titus lot 11, blork 10M 1 17 globe there was no difficulty of this more effective it can often bo made tolook.
practice in the United States C Welser lot 8, block 21) ;... 88
the stood Loudonon
and kind. When huh over .
State Courts. OjunOjTAR. W R Wolfe lots 2 ami 3, block 22 40
Monday it mado Monday noon, and Sandwiches sufo. Minoed
unknown .,. lot I, block 22 40
unknown lot 3, 4(1( when it moved westward (in the com.mou chicken mid huuiund putted meats make

F. II. IIOUGHTOX, Ella M Harris lot (i, \ . 05 phrase) and stood over Dublin a n butter lillirg, and the shape, if fanolful
unknown lot 7, *' ( little later it becanio Monday noon In will add to the favor with which Marks

unknown lot 8, "' 4(1M that city, and then as tho western limit they will be received. Small savory jellies DcsiaN*

DENTIST. unknown lotl), ', 40 of tho known world was reached the or custards would very likely please CopvmaHTS Ac.Anrnnn If!

unknown lot 12, ' . . ; ; 411 sun dropped out of sight until tho noxt if tho flavoring is mild, and whlto of nmmrtttlii nflitflliiff our ftnknlrh opinion unci froe dfriinrlntlnn wlntthnr mny Mil

Daytona, Florida.T Poyntz Nolle all block 2.1 . 04 morning, when it cumo up over the egg, stamped .In patterns and inclosed inthu In prohnhljr niiLitiitiihlfiitlniimitrtotW Cmmniin.ci*.
Howell Titus lot 2, block 23Ja.Byrd 88 nonflflimf Int lliinflhiMiki H t ntnt1
eastern horizon and brought Tnesduymorning. jelly, will oausu wonderment as to nt lots 10,11 ami 12, block 23 2 04 tftkun t Mutpffiial A lo, ruuvlv*
Unknown lot 1, block 2tf 1)8 Iu this interval, therefore, bow it got there. notfea, without cnnrtco.niiUikly In thuliivMiitloii

ALPU E. SMITH, 31. D. unknown lot 2, block 2 II.Watson lot 3, block 2H where Tuesday began. aro suitable for children. Tho whites, .

PHYSICIAN AND D WTnttle .lots and 7, block 2U 1 40 Ah discoverers pushed their way further when boiled hard, can be made to look hnndanmalr t utir lllustnitnil Klimtllln toiirnsl wimlily., T.nrumt Tnmia, 1:1 rilrnlllnlloll : *>
Theo Titus lots 2 and 11, block 28 2 04 eastward uiid westwurd this abyss like Uttlo boskets, with green handles ynnn fi.ur mimtln, SI. HoMbral! now iltml r .

Specialist in Genital, Urinary an Rectal unknown lots 1 and 3, block 20 1 Id became narrower and nurrower until of water cross, and the yolks can be MUNN &Co. ** -New York

Diseases. John SSchoftleld lot 2, block 2!) 88 the place where time changed and the pounded with water cress or parsley, tsrsuah omos, tU5 V Ht..Waahlliilotl| ,I>.C 4i
D W Tuttle lots 4, 5 and it, block 20 1 17 days begun dwindled into a space no lightly'sensoued uiid put lack again for

Located at Flacide Hotel, Mary J Terry lot 3, block 30 88 wider than u line. When the sun reaches tho contents of the buskot. If liked,'the
Theo Titus lots 0,8, 10, 11, block 30 : ... 88 CAA&
Jacksonville forward 24 hours with and the .
Florida. P S Titus lots 7, 12, block 30 88 this lino, time jumps yolks can bo dispensed
Howell Titus lotl), block 30 5!) from nnou of one day to noon of the day hulf whites bo filled with savory jolly RUBBER

Theo Titus lots 1, 2, ((5, 7, block 31 H8 following. The situation of this line depends or a fcjrco of meut.Thu .

Pineapple, Orange nn Titus lot 11, block 31 \ fit) given place was first discovered by a manage, and this is fortunate, as it is

.Land For Sale, Cheap.I Theo Titus lots 1, 2,3, block 32 .'. H8so traveler from the eastward or the west.As generally the second course which is in

Lizzie J Tucker lot 4, block 32H China wus MrMt discovered to Europeans highest favor with our youthful guests.Cako .

B Archibald lot 0, block 32 61) by travelers from the west and with icing will please both tbe i
have for sale 80 of pineapple lot 5
acres unknown II, block 32II !)
America by voyugers from tho east it is eye and tbe palate. A oeutorpieao for
land on St. Lucie river, a few miles below C Campbell lots, block 32D SO line which marks where the refreshment table would
clear the tho or
lots 14 US 1* Robbins 7 65I supper
WTuttle l A Graham add.
Eden, 40 of which being northeast lots 00 days begin lies between these two in prove an attraction to chlldron as a rulo.It .
Mrs T B Biglow 4 quarter of northeast quarter of section unknown lot 13, Joynerville addition the Paciilo ocean, and insteud of being might be a cako with decorated

13, township 38, south of range 41 east; AJHippard nT lot 14, a straight line zigzags about, dividing Icings or an elevatod dish of some light
the other 40 is the northeast quarter A J Patch sj lot 14, ' islands which happened to be discovered and fanoy consistency, such as apple or WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS.I .

of southeast quarter of section 3, T W Lund lot 15, Joynerville addition from the east from those which happened apricot merliiguu. Fruit salads are good,

township 33, south of range 41 east. Robbini A Graham si lot HI, to bo discovered from the west. too, for simple entertainment* and very

The above land can be bought for $10 unknown lot IS, There muct still bo many islands in easy of manufacture. Little heaps of

per acre. It is suitable for pineapple, J D Davis lots 1!), 20, wj lot 21, Joynerville add. . that ocuau where it is not yet decided to whipped creum here and there on the
lemon lime growing. . lots . .
orange, or Carrie W Suttrwaight. 21,3i,
of the Una belong and of the salad will make a pleasing
side they
Will bo sold in lots of 40 acres, for J J Box lot 25, ' . top I 'D V. S'-UAf. I '"D Y. S7"3AI.WhatPEFFER'SNERVIGORUdJ.
cash. This land will soon be worth $.10 unknown lot il, subdlv of lot 3d : where if one were put down one would oou'rast of oolor. Tiny rolls arrungo

per acre. unknown.Ed west-i Of lot 37 not know whether it were today, tomorrow well and look particularly pretty if
It et tHjw fifuiljr ami |ul<'k.y.! Cur t wft n ft'lothim
Apply to C. II. Walton, Advocate Edmunson. lot 3 sub-div of lots 38, 31), 40, 41, 42, Joy or yesterday. There must also dipped in colored sugars. fnfl. Yountf Divn n>tfi lii lout nmnhnwli ol Iniunr
office; or to Robbins <& Graham, Titus nerville addition. 0 40 be niauy islands there which, never Drinks should boof( tho simplest rtnf
ville tf Watts Belamy.. lot 5, sub-div of lots.'is, 30, 10, 11, 42, Joy having been permanently occupied by bind, and there is nothing to beat homamado Imuoltnfljr, VIfhtly Fnalaalon**l* at!" %* **
*rllti* r Kulllttif Mrmorn YVjtNtlnaj l/i*>
nerville addition 3 SO civilized people, change their day from lemonado. Effervescing drinks aro +* ami tft iftitt of wlf d'mi* nr ** $** on IliulucrttUit
. lots 1 2 3 Rerdell's addition 20 00 ** Wunlrf olf IrtMttnltmwI oortHumpti. it,
Wilbur. , for children but
Mary time to time, so that a ship calling not particularly good lou'fel' tt(Jrutfulftt tmpoiMt a worthl*>n ut> ttiiitt* onr'ou
What do you need in the way of J C Bennett . lot 0, .'. 0 10 there coming from China might arrive fruit sirups or lime juice cordial, diluted h *cniiMr-itt*, lnnlittonh.v*
envelopes note and letter heads bill lot T 1 40 IKKirKK'a MUU. IOOIC, or Bern, for lb.
while another ship calling reudy with witter, will find many run tm tmrrliKl In v nt pooc! t. l'rf a l< plnlnwr*(
heads, statements, tags, cards, etc ? A Stewart. . ioti2, . . : 1 40I on Tuesday, wonldsriive nor. Ml par (mix, or A for ? wltfc A lo ltl*
We shall be to have share of lot 14 40 at the same time from America grateful recipients.t7 written iuaran( to CJur* r Itfund t *
glad a your unknown. . ,
HI f *
n vi niphitt frna.rtolT(trutrfrUt* A'tilr* **
work. We have a first-class lob department E B Wager lot B, / ../ 3 20 on Monday, There most also be i'KlTA eiC A4fcOlC L. JkmdH9 Chl Hf 111.

connected with the Advocate, unknown . ,, ., lotl" 40 people living so near to this line that
and all we ask is a than of your work.envy's. unknown lot 10, 40 by going a few milos they can leave today fal Cartl Etiquette.Wbeuever Sold by J. II, fccreven, only.Royaltahsy .

unknown lot 17, 40 and get into tomorrow or by going announcement* aro madoof

unknown lot 1M, 40 bock can find yesterday. return* from journey* or of engagement
A A Stewart lot 22, 88
88 or murriage* card* should at pills
Radford Godfrey Jot 23, uIots00,70" Lost on the Atlantis.
01 once be returned, says a writer In Good
A A Stewart WKWinwovrnv. !NP.virHriiAA
Howell Titus 03 From March, 1840, until March, Housekeeping. To express regrets or now,rvilahl*Mjid S f r il f luraup.pr .
transatlantio vessels steam* 4l, iIvw, M] ntv or painful
17 1893, 123 of invitation card do
E L DupontKP declination an iiittnatumibm.lioww Urwr stse M,
between and America Im4I lnvl 'ir c* Cll H !
Sammis 1)1 ships plying Europe not suffice. Formal noto* are necessary, mttem 9? daiifni ImltslluNtl.ortfaos.>smp
Mrs L B Biglow. . 32 only were lost en ronte, nnd as a In making a gift, however small, tbo |Mr. n |Hr bu siiimII du SI. S nSm
unknown 88 direct result of this 0,300 Uvea were curd of tore donor should accompany itIn i in for piaJii parllmilur'wrmriMr... MoM s itit Sr 1fM*inllimpl |
unknowD 75 estimate of lives lost from various ilan<4a The
calling married lady should leave V CasSOCIATIUM, t'klraau, IU.
unknown 20 other canses is 000. The number card for tbe mother of a woman
Yard 0 10 a young Sold by J. D. Screven, only.Doa'l .
I because tbey'ifre.li SallleJ heard from after
Brow reylng crops of stesaisbips never
40 I whom she visit* even if she is not ooquainted -
mid always tlie fe f. For I 811 Ray 40 leaving port was 17. The nnmber burned with ber.A .

| sale everywhere. Refuse substitutes.fS unknownunknown 41 was nine, and the number foundered physician use* the prefix "Dr." before TubMto Hilt ss
HucH U> Ferry's Seeds and prosper.M nnknownH 40 was 13. The other wrecks were caused her name or "M. D. after it, just quit tobacco enslly and forever, bs mat.

| the wnniler-worknr, that makes wesk men
CO., Detroit. MIt S FGray 40 with icebergs, eta From March, present writing visiting curds aro strong. All drug-gists.Wo or SI. Curs guaranteed
Mrs L B BiglowA lots 71 to 117 Inclusive,'"Rerdell's addition. 03 1803, to the beginning of the present engraved in Roman letter* oftener than Ilooklol snilsample free. AldressSUrllng

A Stewart lotD, Rerdell's addition. . .. . .. ; . . !) 01) year tbe loss of life on the Atlantio bus in script. Tho pasteboard is thin, flno Keniedy Co, Chicago or New York.4JV" .
D T GerosvP lot 1, block A, Fisher's addition 0 10 much less than in former
been very and has a dull finish. In calling, if tho
M Fisher. lots 5, and 7, block A, Fisher's addition.. 4 01
is better to be an old man's darling Joe Fisher < lots 1, 3, 5, f and 7, block B, 3 20 years, though one or two large steamers lady of the house is in the parlor, the All communications for tbU paper.

than a young roan's slave, but we notice John MyersP lot 2, block B, Fisher's addition 3 20 have had serious mishaps, and one was visitor merely leaves her card upon the should be addressed "Tn Advocate

that there are plenty who are willinj tobe M Fisher. lots 1, 2, 3, 5. 0, block D, Fisher's addition. 1 73 never beard from. Washington Times. table or in a recolver. Titusville, fU." This will insure liu-j

slaves. 9 II Ray lotl, block E, Fisher's additlou. 88 mediate attention.





-* INDIAN RIYER ADVOCATE. *- railway companies might possibly Pierce convention as a candidate their tarpon tackles, the silver king SAYE MONEY And Boy From **
recoup themselves for loss of passengers for representative. He consents having put In an appearance.J. .

to the coast and the continent with that reluctance and modesty Y. Detwiler, one of the Fish Commissioners
or TUB INDIAN HtVXR, UKBWOllTH by running for the benefit of which characterize the man, but itis was in town last week at
AND BIHOAYKK BAY SECTIONS. invalids cheap trips from these full, and settles the question of least we thought we heard him.W. .

places to London. The death rate his candidacy. W. Carter has put brick piers under

PUBLISHED KVKHY FRIDAY.Chaklics last The the Halifax Printing House, and as Feed 'Garden Seeds
in the great English metropolis putting forward of Mr. )ld foundation under the big Itabcockpress. Grain Hay Flour
week was only 13.8, a point lower Parker for representative by the ,

H. Walton, Editor & Proprietor.DlHContinuanro than it has touched for some time.At democrats of Titusville is one of
Ross Miller, our tousorial artist, Is Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.
Brighton (the noted seaside resort those unanimous and spontaneous having Acetylene Gas put into his bar
of aclvt*. mviHt be made personally ) it was 12.4. Among all the movements which rarely occur in bershop. Ross is piogresslve and upto

nt tWs ollloe or by writing. capitals in the world, London is by county politics ; though Mr. Parker date.W. (Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless i,, "nan

far the healthiest. himself has, twice before, been C. Day has rented the old postoftlce. beast. Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotation- M
Check eto., limy be made payable to C'haiiljchH. He Is for the Acetylene
put forward in this manner by the agent Office 124 W. street.
Walton,publisher and proprietor : Bay JACKSONVILLE
and will probably make a display Fl.*.
In adopting the various resolutions upper end of the county for the of fixtures, etc.

Aditresa all eoramnntoatlons to throughout the Seventh Judiciul legislature, and was also in this
Mayor Gove and Town Clerk Wilkinson

INDIAN niVER ADVOCATE, Circuit of Florida, to nominate way sent to the constitutional convention are delegates to the republican convention E. McMURRAY Try a Sample

Titusville, Florida.U. County Court Judge Minor S. in 1885.Mr. at Ocala. Wo may consider the

Jones, for circuit Judge, the Democratic Parker is about sixty years country safe. & OUR $25.00 QfiB

.S. ]>epnrtmeiit of Agriculture Executive Committees have of age, but of great vigor, mentally Our,beach hotels and cottages are filling HORSE FARM
Fla. voiced the sentiments of the majority and physically. He is a veteran of up wijh visitors from the Interior.Mr. BAKER.

Weather IJureiiu Jupiter, of the people of Brevard, Dade, two wars ; having rendered efficient and Mrs. Smith are making the Seaside WAGOH

Volusia Osceola and Orange. The service during the last Seminole Inn extremely popular.II ,

The following is a comparative, statement judge is, well qualified to fill the war, and having been a soldier II. Thorpe and family, and Mrs. 11- Axles, If Tires, Patent wheels, double box, shafts and Spring Soat.
of temperature and rainfall for the soldiers in Lee's Lawrence Thompson and (laughter, are Bicycles, Sundries, etc.
week ending Tuesday, Aug. 0, 1808. honorable and high position of among army during among those of our citizens who are Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.P. .
1808 1807 Judge of the Seventh Circuit, and the civil war. Without even summeiing in the North Carolina High

we have no doubt but his appointment common school opportunities, he lands.Seabreeze.

will be hailed with pleasure fairly educated himself, and ripened Is ahead having had anelopnoent The NewSelden

by his hosts of friends throughout his mind by travel in both last week. John Roberts and

the state. While the Advocate North and South America. Amelia Lindsay ran away to Palatka and

has the highest respect for Judge His keen sense, inflexible honesty settled were married.down.We They have returned and Door

Jno. D. Broome, who has proved and safe conservatism make him Cypress Company
that Capt. Fromberger has
himself to be an able, honorable available at all times, and insure done well with the steamer Ilittio in
Total rainfall for tho week: 0.10 )nches his
nomination at this
administrator of Juncture
and conscientious Biscayne Day. How he will be affected
from normal rainfall for the
Departure when these qualities than by the removal of the from Miami
week: minus 0.80 inches. Departure justice, and a gentleman of sterling are more troops
from normal rainfall since January 1, qualities, we are. on this occasion usually required. He has also an remains to be seen. Opened October 1st, 1800, turned the steam on to

minus 11.71 inches.J. solid for Judge Minor S. excellent record. While the county Henry Van Dora has put down the

W. Ciionk, Observor. Jones, of Brevard county.I seat View of he our rendered county such was at Lake railroad.well for the The school addition house,to nest the of schoolhouse the One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sash, Blind |

service to on Second avenue is being rapidly and General Wood Plants in
One hundred and Duhino one of the little early the taxpayers of Indian River asat pushed to completion. Working the United States.
TITUSVILLE. once commended him to their
south of Jackson the United States Work Is being pushed on Dr. Hough And with
wars between experienced management, (covering a past experience of debt
ville. Is the seat of Brevard. Itis esteem. the Board
county serving on ton's
dental establishment and
and the Indians a humorous floating years In Cypress) the patrons of ou? company may confidently expect the best
the head of the famous very
navigation on of
County Commissioners when the if the Indian River folks will only hold possible matellal and workmanship at our hands. Our production
IndianHivcr and Is in tho pineapple incident occurred. A certain fort will corn
orange county seat was removed to Titusville on to their toothaches for a bit they can Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Alateilals, Tanks, Glass, etc,
and section of the East
vegetable was surrounded by Indians, and as he with have them attended to in style ere long.Capt. .
Mr. Sams and Mr.P. .
Coast. It has live white churches, good
its, defenders would not surrender? E. Charley Foggard Is building anew
schools, residences and stores, tannin Wager, planned and enforced
and Ice fnctoi lea, bank, newspaper, two the Indians resolved to starve them the famous order requiring all raceboat, And means to throw down CHAS. N. WELSHANS
hotels, several boarding houses, two railroads out. After several days matters "Lake View" the gauntlet to all the yachts on the ,
steamboat line, electric lights, inside the fort became serious, script to be reexamined liver. Judging from his past success In
shelled streets, etc. J>'or hunting and and re-stamped before payment that line, we expect the near boat to bea
astonishment of
Ashing, this suction is excullont, and is when, to the utter thus saving hundreds of dollars "flyer." SHINGLES

quite a paradlso for hunters and yachts the garrison, u most unlooked-for to the county. One of our younger citizens has had CEMENT, BRICK, LIME, COAL TAR, PLASTER,

men. Tho hammock land for orange, thing happened. A supply of provisions Elected to the legislature of 1881, an interesting experience with a pretty
, sugar and vegetable growing is Bald tobo had been sent, and was he little striped kitten, which he found in
exposed and defeated the "Indian HAIR AND LATH.
some of the llnest in the State. captured by the enemy, among the the woods. He knows more natural ** **
The war claim" job of that year, history than he did, and is also better
things taken being a mortar. and aided greatly in the passage of posted in fumigation.Rev. State Agent Tj. & M. Paints and Oils.
Indians mistook the tinned meats,
present "Local Option liquor
G. R. Gilmour and family have
sardines, etc., for a new kind of iuw Old 'Phone 8. ) 13 Ilogan Street
which the o\
passed lower house come over from Gainesville to spend the ,
For Justices of the Supreme Court: shot, so they loaded the mortar by a majority of only one vote.In summer with us. Mr. Gilmour will JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Courtenay. .
It. I''. TAYLOR, with them and fired them into the the constitutional convention of have charge of St. Marys church duiing
Al.ichua Co.F. fort, thus providing the soldiers the absence of the rector. He Is an able
1885, he was instrumental in tempering
H. CARTER, earnest speaker.Mrs. .
with what wanted and
Jthey enubling -
Jackson Co. measures with fairness
them to stand the siege until'additional many C. A. Cooper, who had been a. .HAMMOND PACKING CO.
For Stale Treasurer: and conservatism, and stood
good mystified, not to say alarmed,
help came and . .
lirmly against every effort to wipe at receiving her husband's watch all wet .
Loon Co. the enemy.VEGETARIANS out or weaken the homestead and with Bea water and not a word of explanation
For Railroad Commissioners: exemption provisions of the con therewith, is much relieved to (Formerly The G. H. Hammond Co.)
II. E. DAY, hear from him at Gen. Nunez's camps,
Alachua Co.J. vs. MEAT EAT stitution. alive and well. He is delighted with OUR SPECIALTIES :

M. BRYAN, In the legislature again, in 1893, Cuba7.

Osceola Co. ERS. he did good work in fostering Our shipping interests are again assuming "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
Hamilton Co. steamboat service on Indian River, importance. A steamer is in "Coin Special" canned meats."Calumet" .
Berlin that
A from
story and secured the passage of the contemplation to run between this point
For Congress, Second District of Florida of twenty-two starters in a walking "Parker Law," which prohibits and Palm Beach an Ideal trip for tour hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .
ROBERT W. DAVIS, match of seventy miles, eight ists. We hear It rumored that the same
Of Putnam Co.Wuat were abjurers of llesh. Six of fishing within a mile of the mouth parties are considering the advisability leaf lard.
or entrance of any inlet, cut or of a freight steamer to ply between here
these were the first to reach the stream along the Atlantic'' coast, and Jacksonville. Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .
do our readers to the goal the other two missed their
say ; thus securing to all the people of Will Conrad had some callers last compound lard, sausages
Hon. II. L. Parker for representative and only one meat eater completed
the week
county an equal chance in the who forgot to leave cards. It was
? He is u good and tried the course. Now/ what are catching of fish. At this session, so late at the time that they kept quiet and all Packing House Products.

man. we to Infer from this triumph of to avoid disturbing the family. They
also he FLORIDA
the Fla
recognized importance BRANCH : Jacksonville
the vegetarians ? It be said can led his unmentionables out into the ,
of the fishing industry of Brevard yard and rifled the pockets. With rare
Two million dollars worth of that the Turks are not flesh eaters, county, and helped to defeat the forethought they left the empty pocketbook jTjT" Write us for quotations, and you will be pleased.WATCHES.

ammunition thrown by the United and they make the best fighting many extreme measures which were as a hint to William to put something

Stutes naval fleet against the Santiago men in the world their pluck and then aimed at the fishermen from more in it 'gainst their coming

butteries was harmless, which bravery know no limits ; but the various quarters. around next time. CLOCKS

goes to establish the old opinion enthusiasm of fanaticism has much The Advocate believes that the ,

that shelllr>g earthworks is a waste to do with this ; they go into battle democrats of Titusville have done .

of time and money.Bkevaud with the delightful assurance the whole people a service in Jewelry Diamonds
proposing -
F. L.
that once stimulated their ancient Mr. WhltlockSaturday. visited Cocoa last ,
Parker and electing a .
enemies the Crusaders in almost
county delegates feel equal degree. But vegetarians in delegation to support him. Six more young ostilch chicks were Souvenirs, Wedding Rings and Presents.
justly proud over the fact that hatched out last week.
the present day are not likely to
they voted solid every time for the equal either Turks or Crusaders. COUNTY COURT. Some of our truckers aro getting their FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING
Railroad Commissioners who were ground ready to plant vegetables.
The Chinese, for instance, are Silvervwr
nominated at the Democratic State mainly vegetarians, and no one can The August term of Brevard County Sammie Holmes, of Sharpes, was calling A SPECIALTY
Convention, recently held at Orlando. Court convened at the courthouse,Titus on our groceryman here last Friday.S. .
We think the gentlemen say much of their prowess."HONOR ville, last Monday, and continued until Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way. R. J. RILES,
yesterday. His Honor Judge Minor Bancroft Sytnmes left on Monday 223 W. St. Jacksonville, Fia.
S. Bay ,
nominated Messrs. II. E. Day. J.M. Jones with last for a month's visit with relatives in
presided; Col. D. L. Uaulden,
Bryan and John L. Morgun TO WHOM HONOR IS prosecuting attorney; J. P. Brown, sher Massachusetts.Mrs. .

should feel proud of Brevard, too.It iff, and A. A. Stewart, clerk, also/In at- C. 0. Blyth and sister Miss Jessie
DUE, tendance. There were but few cases to Sanders, of Indianola, visited the ostrich
be disposed of, a list of which fallows farm here last Sunday.J. PLANT SYSTEM.If
is generally understood that State of Florida vs. John W. Jones- .
Is a good old English motto, and
Waller, of Ankona, was the
a large number of the United aggravated assault. Ilelog found guilty
we cannot nllow it to without giieHt of his sister Mrs. W. It.
pass of the charge accused lined Sanders,
States was $3 and
that will be
troops are, or stating that the of the costs. for a few days last week.J. .
landed in Porto Rico will be
I'r retained Florida East Coast Kail way have State of Floi Ida vs. Lldley Thomas O. Bast spent from Sunday until you are going anywhere, whether it be to the
there as an army of occupation. reason to feel proud over the excellent defamation verdict, not guilty. Tuesday of this week at Cape Canaveral,
It is also thought that State of Floilda vs. Will Iioper desertion the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Mac
there will be much less dilllculty manner in which they have, of wife and non-support. Accused kenzie, North South East West Northwest
and are, handling the six or seven pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to pay ,
in ,
it ,
giving a stable form of government thousand soldiers and their equipments a fine of *J5 and costs, or In lieu thereof Chas. A. Merrltt, of Jacksonville,
than is likely to be experienced to spend three months In jail. representing the Times-Union and Citizen
and from Miami Jack
to to
was in town awhile last and Southwest
in the case of Cuba. State of Florida vs. Peter Raulerson Friday or
sonville. We.have traveled on the fraudulent usage of marks and brands. Saturday. ,

trains and discussed the transportation At the preliminary hearing Raulerson
The fact of mechanics commanding of these troops and supplies, was bound over to appear at the next REMEMBER THAT THE

it is said, a wage of an ounce and, as far as we could personally term of Circuit Court.Shite DR. EDEN'S NO. 49....

of gold for nine hours work at learn, there has been no 'delay or assault of witlr Florida intent vs. John to murder.A. Shambles Accused of Railways and

Dawson City, Klondike, must make friction of any kind in its carrying was held to answer to the charge J PLANT SYSTEM

the mouth of a working man water out. We do not wish to be construed at the next term of Circuit Court, and in FATIGUE POWDERS. Steamship Lines

; but as the prices for every as unnecessarily "pulling"up default of $1,000 bond was committed to

thing are tremendously high, there this railroad, but we must say jail.given.Only a preliminary hearing was WITH GATEWAYS AT

is not much in it. Dawson City that the way in which the oflicials CIVIL.Alec. for

has been growing at the rate of transferred the troops and their W. Ormond vs. F. E. C. R'y Co. Unequaled Port Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville,

2,000 a week, and by the time the immense amount of baggage claim for damage by fire. Verdict
summer is over it is computed 'its without the least conflict with the was given for plaintiff In the sum of Malaria, Liver Diseases, Loss of Charleston Montgomery, Tifton

population will number fully 50000 ,- regular daily passenger and freight $103.32. Bobbins A Graham represented Appetite, and all Antemic conditions. POINTS,
defendants and
F. J. Webb
souls. There are thousands service is highly commendable plain
; tiff. Tones up the muscles, clears the brain
of men without employment now and the Advocate and others doff ; ,' With Its AU-the-Year-Round

in the city. The chief business of their hats to ,.. Parrott, Beck- Daytona. a true Heart Tonic, for the weak, nervous

the town is whiskey selling and with, Goff, Rahner and Girardeau, and debilitated.Tastless Is the
gambling. for these are the gentlemen to The school Daily Service
bonds have been
whom such honor Is due. signed and delivered to the purchasers.Mr. duly. and harmless; can be given Best Eoutc,
London Is just now in a decidedly to babies. 25
cents in to
salubrious condition ; indeed, its and Mrs. S. H. Coleman are off And that alt Information can be obtained Promptly by
next week for
a visit to Chicago and address.
health > giving properties exceed HENRY L. PARKER. Fon du lac, Wis.W. Addressing or Calling onF.

those of many seaside resorts. This P. Talmage Is to have charge of SAMUEL EDEN. M. D.
fact may lead to considerable saving The Advocate is authorized to Wm. Atwood's drug store during his M. JOLLY, Division Passenger Agent

to the heads of households say that Mr. Parker will allow his vacation. BROOKLYN, N. T. 138 West Bay St., Astor Block, .

thinking of their holidays, and the name to be pot before the Fort Our fishermen are busy overhauling! 1340 Bushwick Avenue. Jacksonville, Fla.B.
W. WRENN, Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga,

S ffSBaSfcjAwsito; .,*



look after the freight business at that
a aa s tha load par*, entTof the Floiida East Coast Railway '
whoUfoiM and dallcloM*. System. >t

St.Miss Augustine Mamie, Jarvis after having is homo had again a de in /* FEH 1 1 JL1 &L JlL ft <0 .

lightful stay of some weeks with her

friend, Miss Bessie Eagen, of Jackson

White City.We TO m

are having some fine rains, which
we were in need of. =,

The deer aro playing havoc with our __ i33.esp le 1 Ororers. 04

&AkiH pineapples and B'veet potatoes.W. .

H. Robinson, of North Ankona, JLll Around Portilizor.
paid White City a visit last (Saturday., hi -
Woikwill Price $25.00.GUARANTEED BjF" Bcfoio buying tho following Matoii.ils be sure and apply to 1
soon begin on tho bridge
Absolutely Pure across the savannah between hcio and ANALYSIS: us for pilees, and wo will pro\e to yo\t wo can savo you money.
the F. E. C. Ry.A. .

Hoaknson, of Chicago, purchased MolntnreAminotilA 8 to to 10A Han STEAMED BONK, RAW BONE,
Kquul to Sulphate of Ammonia...
land a slioit time ago, and is. busy mak A>ailable rimcphorto AoltlKijunl to ti> 2(1B A( BLOOD AND BONK, ACID PHOSPHATE,
ftOVAL AKlNO POWDIR 0O.( NtW VORfts ing to Mono rhofHihate ,
improvements.Mrs. of Lime 11 to II
ftH l'otanli K2 <>. 6 toIt DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA,
F. M. Tyler, of Fort Pierce, vlsItad K<|iial ti Sulphate of Potash to 10fiS
this place List week in company ftH MiiKiiobla, Lime,Soils, eto .... to (HI SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS,

with Miss Stena Xilsson. GT Write for Special Pamphlet.E3T TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED .MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,

Key West. Quite a number of new settlers are COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KA1NIT AND POTASHES.
expected here this Fall, and some have Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0Wcthey

ordered land plowed and gotten In shape prices.
Key West still holds Us own as one for a winter crop.N. .
of the busiest places in Florida.Tho .
Bievins, of Texas, purchased a farm Please Correspond with us beforo beinyr induced to buy from Dealers. Send for
Tecumseh and Cynthia were recent here last Saturday, and has alroady begun
ariivals here from the blockade operations. He expects to put out Pamphlet.

lleet off Havana. an extensive this winter.J. .

The Windom picked up and brought and F. N. Funk, also D. Murray, of LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER PHOSPHATE CO. '

in a buoy she found floating around on Boynton, visited here last week. They ,

her voyage from Havana.Notwithstanding were all pleased with our colony, mid

the fact of the lemoval expect to return heie in the near future. Taclsaoaa/vlll, -morld-a.

the troops from Miami, the Key West

hotel is doing a llouiishiog business.Tho When In want of kind of building
any and their two children nnd
Roy ft
Venable Construction Co., Atlanta material, in car loads or otherwise, the Lucille, were visiting Mi. and Mrs Melbourne.OOODK WHEN IN NEED OF.
have just received a bargeload of in aterial Builders' Supply Co., at St. Augustine, Hughes, Friday afternoon.
will be pleased to mako a deliveiod A CJOODK. lttuil E.tate anil I ianH.
which arrived here from Tensacola you
Airent for .Ktn.i, [ > Um ami iiml
f n
Charles from East Melbourne < < Liverpool
to be used on their works. price at your station. You have noagent's Werning, Ololii., ami linimrlul Fire Inmiram'e. Hpnoinl
or middleman's commission toEden. and Miss Catrie Jorgensen, from attention paid to tlio Intori'.U of lion renitlenta. -
Major W. R. Hall hits been ordered to Giant, came up Sunday and are visiting Lumber Hardware and
to the G neral their friends. Paints
report Surgeon> at Washington among Mr. Werning returned >
for assignment to other duty, home on Monday. Miss Carrie ,
and Major W. C. Borden, brigade surgeon will remain for several days visiting Miss llur.iuir, Mra. Chan .T. K. Campbell *call Co.,at Mil the
U. S. V., has succeeded him in Il.ittio Bower and Auntie Hughes. linery, Notinim, |>rv riooilit, IjuIIkh' reailvinatle -

command this of.the Aimy General Hospital, C. A. Robinson and Alfred Cox went t'orxtitft ami wovon,vtn.,embroidery Umlerwear*ami Ferrla colored* Renowneil silks-, Or anything in the line of Building Material
at place.A
to Titusville this week. Rockledge. souvenir apooiia,HUitlonery,etc.HOTKL .

late report from the Army General Miss Leota Robinson leaves this week or House Furnishing
goods. Tinning or
Hospital at this place the
says hospital for her home in Keuka.W. HKLLKVUK. MEI.HOCHXR, KLA.
has now about 'M7> patients, a stall off Ij.vpIv vlnwof Iiidliin ltlver. In a aheltortnlaltnatlon
Mosquitoes have been paving us a visit
eight surgeons and about 100 nurses, II. Robinson, of Ankona, spent of late, but they will Boon disappear.Mr. rates.Superior ai'oommoilattmm. Moderate Plumbing, do not fail to write
employees, etc. It has all necessary coneniences Saturday here with his brother. W. K. CAMriJKLL, Proprietor.HOTFL .
\ for the proper care of the sick and Mrs. Osterly nro enjoying
Miss Susie Summers left for Ormondon
and wounded, ana includes a fine operating themselves with their now turnout.Mrs. .
Monday to spend a few weeks.Mrs. EDWARD STILliTG
room, laboratory and other useful R. C. May has returned to Miami RIVERSIDE, MELIIOUKNK, FLA.,
adjuncts to a hospital. This hospital receives F, O. Williams is expected here after spending a few weeks hero with overlooking Indian River: homelike aiicom.moiliitlimn ,
BOldiers and sailors for treatment. from West I'alm Beach this week, on a friends.A. and whmI hoard. Katea SI B0 per
The first patients sent fiom Santiago visit to her parents.We (lunation layorSilllO of to room.J7.IHI per Hwclal wi'ok rate, av, ordliir to 1Upeople. |IverJ. to "THE BRICK STOKE," .

were treated heie. F. Lapham and gianddaughtorhave CM AH.T. McllltlliK,
have had several good showers to Ohio visit to relatives. Mr.Lapham I'roprletor OOOOA
gone on a Zxidlati Ilivor
UJLm &..
which will tho ,
lately, help pineapple took his bicycle along. 1 *
Buy lumber and other building mateiial slips a great deal.Capt. .
direct from the Builders' Supply The orange trees in this section have Miss Jennio Howell, of Tillman, was
Co., St. Augustine, and save the lumberyard Knowlton nnd N. Bievins have been putting on a line growth sinuo they the guest of Hotel Klvoi side last Sunday. OUIOIT ivv
moved White where the latter SETS
man's commission.Miami.. City, received the much-needed showers of !
Postmaster R. W. fioode left heie last
expects to try his hand at gardening.
rain; they have also put on considerable
Sunday ns a delegate to the Republican
Quite a little excitement has been bloom.We Convention, held at Ocala.Mrs. BERMUDA
caused In our usually quiet town by the are anxiously looking foi ward totho AND PEAttL.Thlrtyflvo .
II. O. Soodeker Mrs. Fred Mack
recent passing through of the soldieis time when our numerous Northern ;
from Miami to Jacksonville. and little daughter, Edith, enoyed| a
and friends will return here for
There are but few here now English ,
troops visit to Mr. Phillip's, at East Melbourne,
but business is still biisk. The mosquitoes and sandflies are it is quite dull at present. Rockledge tho past week.Mr. .
quite bad at times, especially early in still holds its own as one of the natural cents per quart, postpnld; tl.fiO per bushel not prepnld. Now cropper
General Keifer and his staff left here the morning when a person wants tosleep. beauty spots of the East Count.Tho Moses, of tho 2nd Texas, came up gen nine LuKoiiirho CREOLK ONIOV .SEEDS; 20 'ts. per o*., *.l.ft() pound
last Sunday for Jacksonville.Prof. Advocate Is a welcomo visitor toRockledge last Saturday to spend a fow days with postpaid Full lino of frosli seeds for fall planting. Send for pi loo llMt,
11. E. McDonald of Mrs. Mai tin and family before going to
Ojus, was
Fiiday. We with
Archdeacon Brown held divine service every
Porto Rico. L. CAMERON
greeting his friends In town this week.Mrs. in St. Paul's church, Sunday last, morning Mrs. Beals, who in your last issue, says Seedsman,

del Perio and daughter,'of Key and evening. The new church organ the pink paper is the best weekly InFloiida. The Mchsis. Ernest Hadloy, T. C. nnd 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.CHESEBRO .

West, were recent guests of Hotel is very pretty and serviceable, and we Its bright and newsy columns John Nicholson returned last Sunday '
Miami.Mrs.. are justly proud of it. make it very popular along tho East night from Miami. All aro glad to see '
Coast. them home again. !
A. J. Kolb, of St. Augustine, has .
been Hotel for Did youryounggentleman readers ver Miss Mary Holmes, of Sharpen, who
staying at Biscayne several BROTHERS
days past. Banyan. stop to think that between Rockledge has been spending the past two weeks *
and Cocoa we have some of the best- with her fi lends, the Misses Annie and fa
Traffic Manager J. P. Beckwith has looking and finest young ladies along Jessie Goode, returned to her home last
been hero for some days superintending J. W. Scott paid Cocoa a visit onSaturday. the East Coast ? You should just see Sunday, WHOLESALE

the transfer of the them when attend
troops. they a picnic.
Rutherfoid E. Hill, of the 2nd Texas,
The Royal Palm hotel closed on Sunday J. and C. Hopkins have returned fiom Miss Helen Singleton celebrated her was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. W, (Jommisson JPisii
last, Supt. C. B. Knott leaving the Lake Worth. thiiteenth birthday, last week, and Invited Goode for two days while his regiment ])ealers.No. .

preceding day for New York.S. The Messrs. Ragan Bros, are repaiiing a fow of her friends to join her. was moving from Miami, with orders to

S. Burlingame, who recently died their wharf, which was Injured by the When the celebration was nearly ended, Porto Rico.MIsn .
discovered that Miss Helen had 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market
at steamer St. Sebastian. it was Helen New Yoik.
Pablo Beach, was formerly manager Miller left hoio last Sunday
"stole inarch" time for she had
of the Miami Metropolis. He was much Will it take a storm to give us a good her a on too To for Jacksonville, to study to become SPECIALTIES: Spanish Mackeiol, Shoephead, Pompuno, JlluolUli Red
given party a day soon. correct ,
respected here.Mr. soaking rain ? Not a real good shower a trained nurse. Miss Helen Is one ofMelbourne's
tho error, she had better have that Snappers Klngfish Trout Green Turtlo
has fallen since last November.Ths brightest und most attractive Redhead and Canvns-biick Ducks.
and Mrs. J. A. of Bar
Carpenter, party over again.
ladies, and she will bo Stencils '
tow of ForrestLake. young very promptly supplied. Refeiences fuinlihed If desired.
are guests Mr. and Mrs. farmer must needs pay frequent much missed among her many friends

They expect to locate permanently visits to his seed beds and recently set I). CItABH keeps a flrnfr-c1o Rnloon. Wine. here, but all wish her success In her
in Miami.Mrs. trees. Watering-pot In hand.B. been, whlxkiea, bramly and rum, importedand noble work.
dotnentia cigars, tobacco and cigarettes,
Julia D. Tuttle has purchased apiece J. Hllliard has located a wild grape, Price of llntiorH from 3.11(1( to t no per gallon, The Misses Helen and Jennie Miller FOR SALE. Home-Crpwn
of property, which will bol converted which is simply fine. Something rare.He Prompt attention to telegraph and mall entertained, last Friday nt live o'clock ...
Into a park for the use of HotelMiami's will propagate from it.Messrs. orders. Terms Caah. Coooa. Ha.j. tea their fi Mis. Clias.
D. cu.vnn, Agt.Mrs. lends. II. Stewart,
guests. The land lies between PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND
Simmons, Stewart, Houston Misses Kate Maitln Kate Jlnkins, Sue SUCKERS *
C and D, and cost $o,50<>. Allie and AIolllo
and Hopkins, of Bovine, were over onSunday. Hopkins, Nicholson,
Eau Gallie. Of the following Vaileties
The leading article in last week's Advocate The boys brought a few 'gator Annie Goode, Annie Haslehiirst, Mary :
which commented so fairly skins along.Capt. Holmes, Carile nnd Mattlo Brown. A Abbaka Porto Rico
upon Egyptian Queen Golden
most enjoyable time was had by those Qaeen, Ripley Queen, Smooti
our soldiers camp, was much appreciated and Mrs. Warner are expocted Joe Bryan, of Fort rierco, was in town
by our residents. The pink paper back by the first of September. Weleain Monday.Mrs. present. Cayenne, Pernambaco and Red Spanish.
is really the only newspaper, outside of The second section of the 2nd Texas
that a brother of Mrs. Warner will Apply to G. 0.
Latham, of Orant, visited our MATTIIAMS. Florida Pineapple Co.
our town that has and ,
come out fair train stopped here last Saturday evening
back the
them to spend
accompany town Saturday.Capt. West I'alm Ileuch Fla.JTIT" .
square for our camp. Success to the winter and probably longer. long enough to take on Messrs, Rutherford ,
'pink paper of the East Coast;" may it and Mrs. Mclntyre enteitalnedths E. Hill and Leslie Wilghl, and give
become more prosperous than ever.St. James R. Carter was up from T'ropioin euchre club last Thursday evening.Rev. the other boys a chance to shako hands a
his yacht on Sunday. Mr. Carter Isin with some of their friends heie, noble If you need any Job piinttng, .I BUY OR SELL.
the fish business in connection with Mr, Fiince Is no better, his condition Colonel Oppenheimer seeming to enjoy shall bo ploasMil to get a shaie of It.JTJT . ..
Augustine. his father-in-law, S. Jones. Mr. C. is being unchanged from last week.Rev. .
seeing boys have a good time, and they
now and has been for several months a L. A. Howard will hold services blessed him for his kindness. If you receive a sample ropy of Confederate Money, Bonds &

resident of Tropic. next Sunday, morning and evening, at Last Fiid.iy evening Capt. Don Beau- the Advocatb, It Is an intimation that POSTAGE STAMPS.
The Coxetter boys have rejoined their the church. All welcome.Mrs. .
Miss Nettie Jones has applied for the Baptist jean, of Melbourne lieach. Invited a It would give us pleasure to add your
company at Fernandina. Banyan school again. Now, gentlemen W. II. Mclntyre left Wednesday, party of his .Melbourne friends for a name to our fast-increasing list of sub Largest stork In the world. Address

John T. Dismukes has gone to Denver of the School Board, 'tis the unanimous for the north. She will visit Washington moonlight sail to Melbourne lieach on scribers. It does not cost you three C1IAS. D. BARKER, Atlanta, On.
Col., on a business tiip.Mr. wish of the patrons and pupils that she and New York, and expects to ie- his pretty yacht, Ida May. Several of cents per week (postage Included) when
be returned to us. We believe it Is best turn early In September. the paity enjoyed a dip in O'd Ocean. taken by the year, and It ran be sent to
Geo. F. Miles will soon return to when it Is possible to do so, In of the United and
town In everyway, Among those on boaid were Mrs. Geo.Haslehiirst. you any part States or COTTON
from his North.A The steamer made her usual
trip Spartan
to return teacbeis for at least a second Mis. K. W. Goode. the Canada without extra expense.Ankona. .
large crowd enjoy watching the time, for they know Just where to take run Wednesday, looking bright and new Misses Sue Hopkins, Kate Jlnkins, Annie
maneuvers of the military companies up the work left off.i after her thorough overhauling. Capt.Goode Haslehiirst, Carrie and Mattle Brown,
had all her Hags Hying.Capt. Gmiruiitce 1-
cent Iiitercnt. LINEN NETTING.
= per
every afternoon. i Jessie Goode, Mary Holmes, Dr. Leon ...

Miss Merrltt, who recently returned [Send the Advocate an order for any and Mrs J. L. Casper, of Tropic, 'eek and the Messrs. llertwrt Cook ling, Eleven acres land, fronts on Indian

from England, is quite pleased with our job printing you need.] and Mis. P. A. McMillin and children, Itutheifoid E. Hill and Fred Fee. and Iianana River; small cottage,2 artesian

Ancient Citie.Geo. ,, of Banyan, visited the family of Capt. wells, KM) nice orange trees, 1JIK)0
Houston over Sunday, returning home
plants, shipped over 2Wcratesast U
Ortagus, who has been engaged Georgiana. Tuesday morning on tho Courtenay.W. .
in business at Miami for a few weeks season; guavas, mangoes, Japan persimmons

past, has returned to town.Capt. K. Tombes passed through hereon and other fruits on place. Price
). Address IJ
tl.-VH Advocate office.Titusville ,
and Mrs. W. A. MacWilllaros Hall was visiting Mrs. Hiscock, Thursday's train, en routs to Lavonia Capt. Quigley l> spending the week atEden. Fla.
nave returned to the Ancient City, after Wednesday. Ga., where his family are stopping Superior quality Linen GUI Nettingmade
having been telegraphed of hi*
several weeks' stay in Baltimore. Peter Wittfeld Is busy putting In a wife's serious illness. We learn later Colonel Crocker was the guest of Capt from Knox's Scotch thread.

The streets present a much better wharf at Mr. Kingman's place.F. that Mrs. Tombes la somewhat better. Stevens, Sunday.T. ...HENRY A. MEISTER... Samples and .estimates cheerfully furnished.

appearance now that thev have been W. Munson and II. K. Hughes went Tourman is now convalescent from ririHT-cr.Ass Corks, Leads, Lines, etc.J. .
The death of Horace Dennlsoo Is
deaied of the weeds produced by the announced
to Cocoa Tuesday in their sailboat.A. quite a severe illness.Mr. 8. JOHNSON A CO.
recent rains. at his home, Milan, Ind. Mr. Barber and Hair ,
B. Carter and family spent alast very Dennison spent last winter In our town, and Mrs. Wm. Hutchinson were Dresser Manufacturers,
Last Saturday the mail carriers collected pleasant day at Cocoa Beach Snu- at the Taylor house, and while here his visitors at Jensen last Sunday.E. 121 South St, BALTIMORE, MD.NoToBm .
and delivered mall for the first health improved. His death comes as a None but skilled workmen employed.
time, and will continue to do so mornmgand day.Mr. shock to his friends, who remember him Walker Is clearing several acres ot Private room for ladles' hair dressing
evening.Supt. White is suffering very much with as a kindly and! good-hearted young ground preparatory to putting out pines.A and Shampooing. Razors put la order. for fifty Cants.Qiursotowl .

C. B. Knott and his brother have severe weeks.cough, which he La* had for man. Jolly party of young people enjoyed 113 East Bay St. Ilath Rooms. tobacco habit euro,makes weak

srone to New York. The latter met his several fish-fry on the beach one day last JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. men strong-, blood purs. Mo,II. Alt drugUta>

brother here on hi* return from Miami Misses FledaandjrtelleBhwkman were _w, ouf correiI )<)tld writa week.
last Saturday evening.Oen'l. visiting Mrs. Hngbe., mU dh7tinctirt io thilt
name. plaoe. our Robert Quigley has returned to his
Freight Agent W. J. Jarvla will nd Mrs. White on Tuesday.Mrs. rectii i post can set them In type cor- home In St. Augustine, after an extended Tbe ADYOGATE does neat clean Job Printing.
robably soon leave for Key West to Hall, Mrs. Fish, Mr, and Mrs.j ijt visit to kls father. ,



Record Keeping WhoH Interest
KieiiiM It* Vanity.In The Legislature of IBM, under
WHEREAS of 1885, of the State of
tho beginning one's parents must Florida, ili iiroposlng Amendment* tr> the Constitution of
("bathe authors, or II the parents
the State of Florida, and tlia same were agreed
mot thou souio devoted auut may win to by a vote of tliree-tlftlis of all the members JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver.

'for herself the warmest thanks iu yeurs'to elected to each House; that the vote on said
Joint Itesnlutlons were ontered upon their respective "
come. When Heart's Delight came Journals, with the yeas and nays thereon = SOUTH In Kffect June 28, 08,
(to earth some 10 years ago, a substttnstiai and they did determine and direct that the No. 20t { No. 21 No. 37 IRoTM NO.32. N1>. 78, No 383Mpm
mild Joint Itesnlutlons be submitted to the Local 1040 912a V...JACKSONVILLE. TJTtArl 730am 4ftpmSltfpm
volume was bought to bo ber book.'into kleutors of the State at the General Klertion In Mixed 10 pYl pIt 9 30 a Orange Park. 8 62 a in Loci Ml
this went first tho genealogy of the November, 1WW. Til. Th Peoria i
Now,therefore, I,John L.Crawford,Secretary and Sat 38 p 10 02a .. MaK'iolia 6 13 a iii SSI pmft4Spm MiiinltTFrl'
family ou father's aud mother's sides as of State of the State or Florida, do hereby give 11 40p 10 a Green cuov Springs. 6 111)a *
Tar as there was knowledge of it. PhoXtOgraphs notice that a 3 45ft 12 40S 11 00a Faiataa 8 00am3B4am 5 00pmNCIRTH" 24Sp
of gruutgieutgruudparents.srrMidparents .. .<
( anil pureiits were inserted.XIa will be held In eat b county in Florida, on Tuesday 4 40 aft 11 50a CreBcent City Junction
the next sucreeiling the first Monday in Novi mliir 2sa 152 a 12 01>1 Seville 3 33 a in 3 M pm258pm l27p II
drt'HH of
yedding "Opu
A. O,1WIH, tho said Tuesday being the 6 3H a 2 23 a 12 Slip DeLeon Springs. . 2 40am223am tOldp,
-grandmother was showu by a small O lenwood ... .
piece, aud tho maternal side was rich 'i'ti p 240a200a 1 OIp Beresford. 2 35 p m
for the ratification or reaction of the said Joint 1 nip ...,. DoLand ..... 2 Id p m25ft
with bits of the wedding dresses of ArlAr
Itiisnliitions proposing Amendment* to the Constitution 8 07 a 12 4lp | I pm
another, grandmother aud greutgrundxniother. of tho State of b lorldu, as follows, viz i 438 p 12 1 4Sp Up Orantre. Knterprlae Cltv Juno, 2 U a inAr. 224pm148pm "-in

Phutogia hs of father aim article xii. 4 ATip .. Tl'lUSVILLE.. Lv 4.10 30a in

"mother at the time of their marriage shall be and is 3 4'lp Mt. Dora
Section 13, of Article XVI, 4 (Hip ...Tavares ....
and when Heart's Delight whs bomvwcre amended no as to read as follows: 3 30 a 1 4fp Ar Banford.... ...Lv I 40 am 1 50pm 715pm
also added To these were added 8EC1ION IS The sureties upon the official 4.35 a 3 Ollp Orlando. .. 12 01 p m918pm 12 10 pm
bonds of all State,(lounty and municipal officers 6 10 a 4 Oftp Lakeland 111 2ft p m
<-ono of the housu aud tho room which hall lie readouts of, and have sufficient visible (13a 8 20p Bartow.Ar 6 11pm 5 3AamtlO
,- .the little maid mude blessed by her property unencumbered within the State, not 110 10 at 11 lOp Punta Uorda Lv 8 21pm 10 pm
exempt from sale under legal iiroress, to make 3 l p OSp ... Tampa 7 37 p 111 9 05am
rooming. The uuuouucement curd went good their bonds; and the sureties upon the 7B0 a Tampa Bay Hotel
iln and letters written for her welcome.JUauina official bonds of alt countv and municipal officers 8 30 aTu 0 41p At 1'ortTainpa LvLa. 700pm230pm 8 33a mlMon.Thnr
of the shall reside within the county where their COMFORT TIME LOW RATES Thnr* SatSun.Wed&lcrl 0 Ollp ." .PortTampa. ... ArAr. Sit
wrote a dehiriptiou wondor pilnclpslH upon such bonds reside, and shall SAFETY QUICK 2 OOp ..Key WeBt... Lv 8 00pm Sun. Wed & 1 ri.Wed.
and papit took ber photograph. imva sufficient visible and unencumbered property favana .Lv

All this v as for tho beginning, but sale under In such legal countv process, that to is make not(rood exempt their from liability Finest Cuisine anil Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.

as month's went ou there was more tochronicle. on Hiioh bonds; 1'roviiled,"That any duly The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers t"Comanche" Dally, t Daily except Sunday. tMon.. .and Fri.
oiirnniflid ind respoiiHlb o Ouaianteo or Surety Train leaving:Jacksonville 0:12 a. m. arrives Gainesville 1:05: p. m Ocala 2:0O p. m ,
Xluby's ways, the coming of'her ('nnipimy, either foreign or domestic, lawfully (new> "Algonquin "Iroquois "Cherokee, "Seminole. 3 41 p. m Krooksvilleft 65n. m.dnlly. '
first tooth, her first word and when doing business In this State, may become and bem Trains St and 32 Carry Throuirli I'ulliuan Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and Tamra.

it was spoken, when she began to creep cei tea as surety ou all such otllulul bonds." NorthBound.Notice. and local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tniupa, open for accommodation of passcngcre uCnioii
Station,Jacksonville, at II p. 111.
and tbeu to walk all these were recorded. AHTICLE XIII. Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide. INDIAN RIVER SERVICE.

Into tho book went,'too, such Section 3ft, of Article V, or the Constitution ortho From CHARLESTON JACKSONVILLE, 8., FLA.C (calling at Charleston-), Mondays Sundays, \Jednesdays, Tuesdays and and Thursdays.Iridajs. Indian River Steamers leave Titusvillo ft IS p. m., Aronrtays anil Thundnvs for St I ucle Uliw

treasures as the first suck, the first lit* State of Florida, is hereby amended ho as tp From For hour of sailing see"Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers. and Intermediate landings: returning, arrive TitUBVille Thursdays and Saturdays, oouneulnv
rend :
as with northbound trains.
*ule shoe, a piece of her first colored SUCTION 35. No courts other than herein South-Bound. W. H. COFFIN, G. D. ACKERLV,

vlreHH. Everything of whatever kind spoi'lrtod shall lie established in clothe this State,Railroad exent Steamers ore appointed to sail from 1'ier 21), Eust River, New York, at 3 p. in., as follows: General Superintendent. General Passenger A cool
-that marked found < that the Legislature may any C, Mondays, Weiuienrims and Fridays.
a beginning a permanent with Judicial I'owers In all For CHARLES TON,8. .
Commission and Fridays.Clyde
pluce iu the Vanity Book, and mutters connected with the I unctions of their For JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays, Wetlnesdajs

tho story of the child's life may bo read office. New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)

icherein.As ARTICLE XIV. (Calling at Charleston, S. C, both ways) Florida East Coast Ry.

tho child developed the character Add the following ns Suction 34, of Article "JsTEAMEKSs"

III. are appointed to sail as follows I
< f the items naturally changed. Wheushe SECTION 84. Iminodlatelv upon the Impeachment . From foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, From LewisMVharf, ItoBton, 1 TIME TABLE NO. 15, IN EFFECT MAY 10, 1808.I .
went to school, her early efforts sup. of any officer by the House of Itep.reHentatives THURSDAYS. lIUDAYt*.
ho shall be dlsniinlined from performing
muterial sometimes in the
plied more liny of tho duties of his olltie until aoipiltteilby -
shnpo of school work and sometimes as.stories the Sunate, and the Governor, in
of childish temptations or griefsaaudjoys. Hitch ruse, slinl) at onco appoint an Incumbent Clyde's St. Johns River Line.
to(in Hitch office pending the Impeachment proteuilings. -
Iltmit's Delight's first letter Incasnof tho Impeachment of the DE 1IAI1Y LINE)
Governor, the President of the Senate, or in case
3ui filtered iu the book. of the Fla.and intermediate landings on the St.John's River.
of the death, resignation or Inability Jacksonville,l'alutka, Sanford, Enterprise,
There are so many tokens here thutrjuo President of tho Senate, the Speaker of the The elegant Sidewheel Btenmer"IIAItHY
llou-e ot Representatives shall act as Governor
treasures, more vuluuble as they "
pending the Impeachment proceedings against O. DAY.
iWrew older.*, Tho first invitation to a the Governor.rhe CAPT. W. A. SHAW.Is .
jaunty, the first theater programmeiandwith votes cast In compliance with said propi -
sod amendments, and tlju canvass, declaration
'.- this other ofitboHo appointed to sail as follows:
are subected
programmes and returns thereof, shall be | to
and restrictions as aro ., Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5 00 p ra
things which have impressed thoKclnhl. the sume regulations Leaves Jacksonville,
provided by law for General Elections in the Leaves Suiiford Mondays and Thursdays at 5.00 a in
Her first party dress, of course, State of Florida.BrfThe .

was shown iu the book. Throughout the attontlon of the Sheriff Is called to SCHEDULE.Jacksonville.. NORTH BOUND.
11)00Ic aro photogiaphs of Heart's DoUight.hcrself the law requiring him to cause a Notice of said Read up..
Election to be puhlisned In a newspaper printed Arrive 2 00 a. m,
us she grow toward girlJibutsl in the countv, If there be a paper in the countv, l'alutka.... Leave 8 00 p, in.
mmI of the girls and boys who unci it there bo no paper published In the Astor 2 30 p. Ill,
count),lie shall cause at least live copies of this St. Francis .. I 00 p. ni,
"tssero her frieudsLo.uk Nctlc e to be posted in the most publio places In lieresford . M oo a. ni.
ugo the bookm.ikiug fell into the county.IV Hlue Springs.Sanfnrd 11.00 a. in.
TESTIMONY WIIERKDF, I have hereunto .. 9 00 a. iu.U .
"the liunils of the girl herself, aud she
JO a. in.GenM
set inv hand and affixed the Great Seal .Enterprise .
.taild, to it all that points to tho story the State ol Florida, at I'allaliasHeu, the Capital,

iSlitui* milking. Everything of pleasure, this the until day of July, IHIM.L Passenger and Ticket Office, 204W. Bay St., Jacksonville,

of special benefit in hor life, is to be recalled [ 8.] JOHN L. CRVWFORD,
of State.To .
from this book, aud even now Secretary ,Jr. Fla,Pass.Agt,
M Ironmovocr ,
Joseph T. Hrov.n, BherltT Brevard Comity. Jno. L. How\nr>. Superintendent..
vtuie prizes it above all her possessions. Foot Hogan St. iOi West Bay St,

What will it bo to her wheu she is 60? JACKSONVILLE, FLA.W. .

What will it bo worth to her sou or 11. WARHURTON, T. I'. A., TIIEO. O. EOEIt, T. M.,

daughter when someone writes "Finis" 5 BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.1VM. .
> it for her? What would you not give In the Ciicuit Couit for Hievard County P. CLYDE A CO.r General Audits, 8TrAfI55T5 No \

for such it book left you by your mother Floiid.i, in the Chancery, 18i>8 : S Howling Green, New York. 14 So. Delaware Ave., Philadelphia. TT WTT Arl iNo _
iiilpiOHp 10 loa1188a EvT New Smyrna.. 1 21p !35p
or futhcr? It would be worth more than Ex Parte I Petition to be a Free ..,, Lake Helen , LvUWp 4 06p
imouey. Sarah Payne. | Dealer. t lp 12 0ipiaiop .Orange City U.Dpi U4lpl
THIS. cause coining on to bo heard this 2flthdav STEAMSHIP LINE. Ar Orange City Junction. \\ !>]> Dip
There is u >utdeal of plousure to be'found MALLOUY
grt of July, lM'is, on the petition of Sarah AH trains between New Smyrna and Orange City Junction Dully except buuday
in tuukiug such a book for oueself, Payne,and the repot of the Muster appointed
'though if begins it ufter childhood bv the court herein, a married woman
and a resident of the County of llrevarcl. to be Florida New York
.he lo.on much thut went into tho little mule a Free Dealer; and ft uppearing by the ,
one's book. Itvill become filled bow- nlhchultof A. J. Lewis, 'the solicitor for said Philadelphia and Boston. The steamship City ef Key W .t of the Flotilla East Ooast Steamship Oompany li rm
D. Broome West Wednesdays and Fridays after arrival of train from Jar*
petitioner, that the Hon. John Miami for K y on Mondays,
over, with the important things of life, Judge of the Hevonth Judicial Circuit of Florida From Hroimwlck, (via Port Royal, S. C.,) to New York.PASSENGEU sonvilla, making connections at Key West with steamers for Havana. Leave Kay Wait 1 ttp.

euch malting these for himself. A vanity Having original Jurisdiction of slid cause, 8EKVICE.To m. (standard time) on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Baturdars, arriving Miami next laornlafla
is absent from the State of Florida, and consequently time to oouaeot with north bound train.
book is one of the best things in tlia dis<|iialiHed to hear said cause) make connections with steamers leave Jacksonville'onThursd
ty at ft Oil p. in via Fernnndina,close connection with shew which trains and boats maybe expeoted to srrlr* nd
world show And it appearing from the evidence) of credible These Time Tables the times at
to howoua's ideas of values
Cuiubeilnnd Route steamers at rem mill nil for tho timetstatid
and but their arrival at
witnesses that the said petitioner Is quail- depart from the several stations ports or departure
change and how life's horizon expands lied and competent to take churge of and control Supper will bo served immediately on leaving Fernnndina. Is not guaranteed, nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or say
board M illotBrunswick. steamer on arrival at
at on
It records a life with of those her estato and property, and a lit person tobe Passengers go once eecusequennes arising therefrom.
some niacin a Free Dealer, and that publication has for copy of local time eard call at 238 West Bay Hlreet,Jacksonville,or address
which precodul it and gave it its bent been made according to law tIt J. P. BECK WITH. Traffici Msugsr. J. D. KAHNEK. A.O P. A.8t. .

and those which accompanied and de"reloped Is thereupon oidered, judged and decreed PKOrOSKI) SAILINGS Augnstisa.sJtOL .
by this Court that said report be continued, anil
it. Though it may be vanity, that the said petitioner, Sarah Payne, be and Lv.New York, Pier 21 E. R., 3.00p. ra., (Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick.
it is yet a vanity with a lesson. New she Is lieroby made and constituted a Free
Dealer according to law, with full power and Friday, June 24 .CITY OF SAV ANTONIO'UMU.K ...Friday, July 1
M .York Bun. control her .. . . Friday g
, authority to take charge of and estate Friday, July .COLORADO ,
to contract and be contracted with, to sue Friday, s. .CITY OF SAN ANTONIO Friday, < 11
aud be sued, and to bind herself in all respects Friday, 11 COLORADO . ... Friday, k2
WAR CORRESPONDENTS.JJkrm as fullv lis if she were unmarried.It Friday, 22. ..CITY OF SAN ANTONIO. .. Friday, ' 21)
is lurtlicr ordered that, beforo this decree Southern
shall be elleetlve, publication nliall be made ofa For general information,steamers, trains,rates, etc.. apply to anv railroad ngent or to
They m Detriment to the General Com.umuillng copv of this dot ree once each week for four P. MURPHY,Agent, 220 W.Bay StJacksonville.It. .

an Armyr suci UMsUe weeks. In some newspaper published IT. R VYMON6, Goneral Southern Agent, Brunswick, Oa.A. OJv

Everything iu a campaign depends In Ordered said Countv, adjudged of Brevard.and decreed at Chambers, C. II. MALLOUY,General'Agent, Pier 20, E. River, and 3(12 Broadway, N. Y. __ Railway;

'npou the general iu command, upon his Tampa, Floi Ida, this 2ftlh day of July, 1H0S.BVRRON .

-coolness resourcefulness und PHILLIPS,

of glauce. He may be n.iniui. who dislikes Judge of the (Uli Judicial Circuit cf Fla.A Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad.

correspondents, n dislike they aro true copy from tho record.

certain to return, and ho fuels therefore Attest : \. A. STEWART, M03T EXCELLENT 8ESVI0E OFFERED OUT OF FLORIDA.
Clerk Circuit Court, Brevard County, Kla.tSeiil. New Florida and Northern Air Line and Florida Trunk Line. ,
n It he were watched iu
R. SWEWAUr D. C.ainstcr's .
the gravest crises by personal enemies, ] ByC. Time Table In Effect July 0, 1808. NORTHEAST WEST.THBOTJOH .

-i feeling wbich'would have been fatal ,

So Marlborough-or Eugene of Savoy, tho Sale.

two commanders most remarkable for yTJIXMAN DRA"WIl TO KOOM CARS, DININO CAB3,

immovable sang froid. Everybody is ami by virtue of a clooreo signed bv THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VE3TIBTJLED TRAINS.Nos. .
not born with tho advertising spirit, lturron Phillips, Judge of the mil
I Ircuit nf r loridn, acting for Judgo of the
and there aro insects which under n 111 Circuit of said State, dtted July 21ith, 1IMH, "
burning glass feel torture instead of in caiHi of Interstate Building and Loan Anhoclutiou "WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LtniTED.
S. J. Norton et. nl., I will sell at public
vs. Ysrfc
that tnjoyment of v via Jacksonville, Saveanah and Columbia, without ehaage.
operator maintains they ought to feel..Imagine .

the condition of a general like In front of the Courthouse In Tltusvtlle, Florida UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."
Frederick the Great, whose main business during the legal hours or snle, the follon lug
Innds '1 hat triu t of land In section four (4>, Pullman Drawing Room Buffet Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and Nsw York.
during three years of his campaigning township twenty-two (22)), range thirty-live (Jft)

life wus to repair defeat, with 60"correspondents" eant, beginning at a poiit two hundred and ten Embracing; Lynchburg?, Charlottesville.
(Jill) feet west and four hundred and twenty
in his camp reporting ((4J0i leet north of the RoiillictiNt corner of the Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia.
vcry disaster, every preparation and northeast ciiunrter of the northwest quarter of
exeoutiou of the section four (41, township and range above Pullman Drawlof-Roora Sleeping Cars to Macon. Atlanta. Chattanooga and
every incompetent ortbo
named ami north twentv-IWe ana onehalf(2Alrod
run for Loulsvtlle aud the Northwest
ClnoUmati. with close eonnsotlon
unruly I IIt (set apost), thence west twentv-ll e
would and nne-tmlf ((2!>Mi) roils (net a post), thence south
be maddening to such a twenty-live and one-half(2A ) rods(set a poHti, Also Through Pullman Steeping Cars to

.general to know that tho distribution of'blame thence c t twenty-live and nno-hnlf ((25S) rncUto Cincinnati via Columbia and Ashevllle, Through th*

or fame did not depend upon In place Brevard of County beginning Florid.t., containing four(4>acres, ,

himself, but would bo taken out of his. Terms of sale cash. "LAND OP THE SKY."

hands by writers not under his command WM. MARTIN.Master..
who would declare that an attack Bcggs .it rainier, **
like that on Hpeioheren, which almost Solicitors for Complainant. far detailed Information ss U rates, schedules, sleeping ear reservations, eta.,
say agent el the koUTHsaa Railway or Us eoaaeotlons.L. .
cost an army corps, vus "superb" because

it succeeded, or that the perhaps .38 and 14 make connection for Rrnnswlck, arriving Rrunswlck 4 10 p. in."and 8 40 p. mrosiieetively. Fix
best general iu the army wus habitual What Tommy Said. For Now Orleans, train leaves Jacksonville 9 41 a. m., with through sleepers, arriving .1. SHlTJfAN, Florida Put. Agt.. J13 West Bay Strees, Jacksonville.

ly. little late iu issuing bis commands.Ve tf.New:5J Orleans m. T 40 a. m. Only through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from New Orleans 7. K. GULP. VT. A. TUBE, S. H. HASDWICI,

are officers of the highest merit iu tho l e when you tfet to bo n man ? ..1.1 and 3(1 Fast MM, Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville, and the" Cincinnati WaakUgtaa. D. aVUj Washington. D. OL

British army from whom the country Little Tommy (promptly) A doctor, Sleei i like 37 and 38 carry throuirh sleepers betwoen .1 tcksonvllle and NVrw York in connection with
will never obtain the best service tbey p.t.Uncle anil 8 and 13 and T and 14 with l>ullinan Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. .
are capable of performing because of the John (quizzically) Indeed; an parries sleeper from Jacksonville to Atlanta-and Chattanooga. This Is brought to
which do you intend to be, an allopathor Jacksonville by No.JJ.
multitude of reporters in the camps. a homo>p.Uh ? All bagirage will bo checked front Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket
That is a thought which tbose who are office,202 Hnirnn street, as well as at the L'nion depot ticket otttce.R. .
Little Tommy I don't know v liat W. C VMPHBLL, t'assenirer Agent. J. F. M Alt-ill ALL, Ticket Agent. 202 W Bay St., cor.Hogan.I with whstfectr e tinee tbs emsejnc.rvs.kllllna.lobA -The Advocate Is still glvlnir J-J
responsible for armies aro bound to them awful bin wonli nie.in, Uncle John; tcksonvllle. WALTER OOLEM VN, Gen'l Traveling Airene. Jacksonville.O. yon oSAblt.flO-TOvaA yoe <2 r iafafJrsmovs. free tobacco seed of the : **?L\\

ponder, aud, knowing us JLhCy do its l>nt that don't make no dilTcreoco, 'c.tuseI M. 1IOLDICN, T. 1'. A., St. Augustine, FU. A. O. MacliONELL, Uen. Ia s. Agent. ths deslrs for tobMco.wlth g|ssg I AVA sTismV"rUas. BSsTssnonta.rvou.aistrsM.sxpslsnleo Call,and get some, -with instructions ,

truth, we do not wonder that they ain't iroin* to bo either of 'em. I'm parlfl.s ts blcnid, r MSVV Ilk Bk A iisstnres Its cultivation.Ojr .
lost SjAt'll l
.doubt whether to interest tbo readers of Just goln' to be a family doctor an' Rive too strossV sMI I S ilA'sald,siirt.SAkss 400.00S

newspapers is an advantage sufficient all my patients Hood's Sarsaparilla, Remember that the Indian River jyWo vrould esteem the favor If our In nd hAslth pocs.tfmfj,nsrvs sr SJBJ ns |txniO B svmA cAii TO-BAI'sc.urecl rro bur yourattenUonisdrato
Advocate does all kinds of job
printing *
ito outweigh so many risks. LoudonSpectator. 'cause my pa says that It lie is a doctor, jeaUers, when writing or calling upon 2?*" tsnSl7 ir own dmrsist kJf Subscriber,
at short notice. Send them an order "lll voaoh for T it wits name-and-date iliPPw'Syour
lie's 'bilged to own that Hood's Sarsapaillla a 11 sn TsT>- as. s the
up advertisers to merchandise .
our purchase SBTsfl Bif I pw11lpstl ntly.p rsm.ntly On.fgtA If
and be convinced that It la the to y
is tho best family medicine lie place etc. would mention the Advocate. nj BW sw Si. s.nslly esrssi s boss* Stss, paper or wrapper.
) mLn cTsarsolctscltasur. *wsrsfsad
BssTs monsy.
have job done. remit.
ever saw iu his life. printing fcImTfccs t 'ic ,csisMs.n owsi, l A arrears, please

s i( iiau. ,;<*:'...-.PP'WWmr.,





Observed by th HocteM udIIer INDIAN ItlVKK Gl'AltDa.

Visitors. I>rlll at the Armorv, over county j- truesitay !\
...NEW YORK... ssffJ AUGUSTINE. Ceremonious calls ithould be paid between e\enlnK Iu Hit* monthat8n-l Sff C. it. HTICWAIU', t-v'li.-
the hours of luncheon, about bull

The only hotel on the bay. Summer past 3 and half pant 5 in the afternoou. V. !\ 8. C. E.

&S 3 OCEAN VIEW HOTEL rates for permanent guests. Excellent They ought never to be paid on Sunday. Meets Huniiuv 0 ulfc i *bl .
BREVOORT tho Atlantic every evening- -
P e & tesC HOUSE.WASWtNQTQN ,. table. One of Hie boot places on detavh *
BqUAWg. jjpoRijrg) Coast to spend your summers. The hostess must immediately at the l're i>)>erluu Church.

Good tlohing, sailing, and surf-bathing. herself from thoso with whom she nitybe
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. and forward to greet lMUCl'KNOKNT OliKI.U (iool> TK.MV.SUtt*.
I1 liss For rates, address K. C. HAYDEN, Mgr.OKMONI couverbiug step
the newcomer and spenk to her for it Tltusvllle l.oile| No. t7 meets nvery Tueatla.TeveuiiiK M'Hi
7W in I'rrsln trian vliureu. IliblKniiieoiiuiCN
Sisin- few minutes until t>he finds n comfortable llrst'lueila> ui
>. sent. When a visitor enters a drawing A. Nklt, W. PCUVIK,
Mis room, she should study to enter with Seu't. ;. T- '

self possession uud composure. To some

i HOTEL COQUINA ORMOND-BY-T11E-SKA, FLORIDA. nervous women it id undoubtedly hu TCHl'Kt'HKS. .
awkward moment when entering u room 1

full of possiblo strangers, but theordeitl ' .
of 1808. Fine riding driving .W. IIII'IUK.St.rvlocs
Open for Summer Season surf-bathing, fishing, ,
with unsmiling
and wheeling. Se.v Food a Specialty. should bo gone through .ml aoil Mil Suiuluyi !H eacl,
s Ml g, shaken every Suml.iy nt 11..10 in. Kxriiinir p i. > ii *x8t
lUtes, $2.00 per day; $8 to $10 per week. a very short ordeal, for, biiving in. ou \\ eiluesiliiys. I.liiiuy hervi *e ef n E- hands and greeted you, tho hostess will nt 10 h. in.Arelnleiu'on.
II. 1'. Ilium X. Ttentvn.I'ltkSHVIKItlAN .
to neat somewhero -
hasten to pass you on
NEW SMYUNA.HOTFL in tho room, hu that she may boat
ox> liberty to receive other incoming CIUIUII.Bervlees .

gunsta. every Snliluitli nl II n. in.nml 7.0p.Ha.Siimliiy .
NFI MS NEW smyhxa- )a. it isa sehool at li 4 it. iu., C litis, li.iriln.r,.
drawing room,
>"rs g reis When entering n Sunt lrii\er meeliiivi on M eilnesilnv w vnltvirhi
IIc j Tg k0pt 0pen durim; tho Summer, under tho management groat mistake to stop uud speak to 7..10. 'Hie imlilie me inrilliill) lniteit t *%

c a of Mr. S. L. Story. Special attention will be given to traveling men; friends until the hostess hit? been greet teiul our ser\Itov.lees.I'AI MHil.KIMAPulnr:
"o 3II also special rates by the weok or month to families. l>a miles to Ocean Boaeh; ed. It is enough to bow and smile and
and sailboats free for uso of guests. For rates, etc., address
good bicycling; row perhaps say in passing, "I'll see you IIA11IST t'lUKCllrreiiehln

2 t 55 S. L. STORY, Now Smyrna, Fla.SUWANNEE BKain presently. It is also not tho best e\erv seeoml unit rmirlll Hiinclnv*.

taste to go round tho room nnd shnlco tnornluu: mill cW'iiiuti. I'mxer .Meeliii ts everyMeilnesiluy
e\enlni. itt 7 no ii'uIih h. Kunil VHehool
; 5 52.s.3 hands with one of your nutitiuintauoo a
s; SI 1 IN(5S, FIA.Suwannee every eveiv Hlimlll> lit V'Mt ll. in. Also |ieMA4fr.liilt
who may bu present. It is bettor to llrst Humliiv nt I Mi limine. All lire e rilia.UjInvited >
those who be farther olTuud toatteml. ),,
bow to may
r. X. IlKui., t'astorMICTIKI1HHIM
&.- a a that bring
Fla. wait for the chiuico may
Springs, RESORT. Open all tho year. them your way. Mot, however, that it- Ill'Ufll.Keiftilnr .

JACKSON VI LIiE.1 would be incorrect unco during the visit
Cure Bright's disease, nil kidney, bladder and lher trouble, rheumatism mid intimate service* e\eiv llrst, thtril anil tuiitetlnHiiuiIiivm
dyspepsia. Excursion tickets for sale fftnn all points over the Plant System mid to change your seat for one by mi nt 11 u. iu. mill 7.00 |i, in. tsatu vHrhiml
friend with whom you may wish eveSk' Siiuiluv ut lii.isi u. in. K|>.
F. ('. & P. R'y. For illustrated pamphlets, with testimonials, address Iriiii ue eiu'li Hiimliiy ill ;iio: p. in. I'riuer in k vlii -
Hotel Flacide Opened e Board Ten Dollars per week. ANDREW IIANLEY, to speak.Ve evi ry Tliiirsiluv iiImIiI nl 7.tMio'eloelt, Th* obillies
January 1894In Gen'l Manager, Suwaunee Springs, Flu.e \ have so fur been regarding the [ Al l Hoeletv meets erv M'eilneHtlA*'
> K\erl ufletoim lit chususurvieuN. *,
of others nt HIM p. m.2 >oily onr -
with number
visitor as calling n .
the center of the city on Main Street the dividing lino between eiiRt and west shown
but should a lady call and bo A. W. .?. llKiVr, I'nstnr.CATIIOI.1C
one block from Bay, Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. WHITE MOUNTAINS, N. II. into the emptry drawing room, pondingtho l
Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all tiains. Terms $2.50 day and
Superior per hostess' arrival, she should take a ('IIHIM'tl.8ervlees .
upwards. Special rates by the week. JOHN1 S. BOWEN, Proprietor.e .
convenient seat uud await her. It would at 10 n. in. eiery Mtmliie, .'
New Mount Pleasant House not be well for the lady of tho house to Chnreli ImiMlnir, Norlli Tltiisvlllo, t'lulil'e,!.,'*
WHITE onieelilsin at i p. m.IIkv.,1.
enter und find you standing, ns thongha K. FOR ITS FOURTH 8KA80N.. Xew York, Its |>ure water, pure air ami great elevation, make It peculiarly ilealnililo rn a summer
Travelers' Hotel. % resort. Tho famous drives of the White Mountains are all trihutary to Mount I'luasaiit. The horses room bad been your recent occupation. 111 I'M CI I'AI..
. are carefully selected Xew Knglaml stock, and most of the \ehioluH were mutle expressly for When two ladicit call together, they
tho Mount riensant House, all of them possoxstnir the requisites of perfect comfort ami safety.Tho .
tenuis couits and houllnir alleys are constructed upon the most approved methods. There Isa should bo careful that tho hostess does I'UWN ( lll'NC'tL.

FELIX GARCIA, Proprietor, - JACKSONVILLE, FLA. tine k Hcourse,a well-lald-outbuselinll diamond, an archery raniceand croquet ground. not come in nnd llnd them just concluding innyor; It. B. Hnilth, mar>h /;
ANDERSON & l'HICK, iia, rfiur| (of Hotel Ormond, Fla.) some private conversation.An 1). II. rrltehiiril, ln rollector; H. II, \ ..iiilumllnctliliii *
elork unit assessor; Minor H. .loiies, ,fnH /
ordinary cull of tbb kind we tiro Wntker, 10. I., llrinly, .1. ,M. Mnon, W. H.Kiio7Ceoiineiluien. .
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. now considering should not exceed iia The enuneil ini>ets see i A%
uml lourtli Mouilu.Mi in eiieli inoiiih,
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IX FLORIDA.EST" minutes unless its extension is noted
the bostons. A first ceremonious visit
Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to Btop at the Travelers. should by never be longer than 15 minutes. IIOAKH OP TltADK.
Meets e\erv seronil Weilnestluv niillit in eur1f4
Some ladies out it down to 10. month lit Seo lerloek in rooms over i>ostottte k.
Nothing is more tiresome thau a .IiiiIum At. .Innes, | rvsloeut; Wni.J I. Ilrows. ,
MANIER & LANE MUSIC CO.Conoyer formal -visit, for no little interesting froiisiiinr; .1 II. Jnisi,seeretury.IIIIM'V }'
EVERETT JACKSONVILLE, FLA. conversation can bo entered 4nto, but .
there are a few subjects that must not

bo touched upon i. e., personal ailments
Largest, best, and coolest; choice rooms for summer, il.iiO, $2, $.'!, $5 weekly, domestio inconveniences and tbo IIOAItll. r

Elevator, baths, bell service, etc. CnAKLES A. OAKES. discussion of mutual friends, save iu ,1. B. Hnowilen, Tltusviltn; It. V. Alulreani.Coeon .
; H. K. Illilm, Mell>iitiriie,
Fischer Frankiln the briefest ftnd most kindly manner.Uossip .

TITUSVILLE.laroiAj&T Kingsbury, which ut all times should rl litly fOUNTY CO.MMIHSIONKHS.W .

be biurred, must bo especially so during II. Hhnrpe, Hhnrpes, ehnlriiinn ; tose*.'
tho oourHu of a short first call.Artl.tlo Mnnilel, I.uUnuiue: ,1. It. Walker, lltusvlll* ;
PIANOS Jno. Iloustoii, Kan tlallle; ,I.N Waller, A likenIti'irulitr *,-.
3E3I"stee3'shio'X'e: : but Jnexpenalv* Purnltur*. suhsIoiisare lielil llrst Alomliiy in emonth. >

People of culture turn with dliutnsl

from a lurge proportion of the cheap ornamontfution COUNTY OPriCIALH,
which altogether
TITUSVILLE, Minor B.Jones, Tltusville, county Jioltte,- T-
I liaiililnti, Tltiisvlllu, proseeuttiiir nttorner ,;
A. A. Htewart, Tltusville, clerk elriult eourti t.K. .
Indian River. Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms.W Wooten, ('oeoa, tax assessor, K. W. IIj 1THlinrpen
tax nolleetor) .Inlin Henry, Tltuavlll*.
treasiireri J. II.Kaiim,C'onrtenav, HiiperlnteNf*
out pnhlli) liistriii'tlont ,1. O. pries, I'ltusvlllo.eonnly .
Write for Catalogues. surveyor| J.1". Ilniwn, '1 liusvllle, sheriff.

Mularlou Willi M larlon Tablets.
',en A" Tho Year' 24 Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Fla.A .
Guaranteed Curo for < 'hills, Kevor arwS

Ague, or money rofiiixU'd. &0cents, AIJ

Only a few minutes'

walk from Railway stations Soma genius has invented a innclilnto
and Steamboat land
play tho pluno. This will glvo tlke>

ings.On the banks of the aOINO NORTH VTRAYEL girls n rhniii'u to help their inothors-*

far-famed Indian River. the house, '


IMMliirlon Is riiilorseil hy Heat, I'hyslelunrfiuami

WEST PALM IlEACIf. guaranteed to Cine Chills, Fever an ..iAnno.
Georgia Southern and Florida Railway.Suwanee All diugglHt* or from MoOltv

West Drug Co., St. Louis.HomoHM'ckerM' .


otherwise urtistio valueof large quantities Kvi'iirsioiiM.,

The Georgia Southern & Florida Hallway comprises part of the Tift on Kouto, of modern middle class furniture.

OPEN ALL THE YEAR. and Is the most direct route to all points North, East and West, and operates the Fortunately tbo demand for furniture bn On the first and third Tuesdays In Juty;,

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. ZZ finest Fullman Buffet sleepers; double dally, Jacksonville to Nashville via Macon, of plain but desirable nppeuranoo who * August, Heptetntier ami October, 141)*,,
aro ambitious
This hotel is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to Atlanta, and Chattanooga} traversing the famous fruit bolt of Georgia, and tlic been met to by demonstrate manufacturers that furniture on the Chicago will, sell Milwaukee round-trip A excuses St. tBnilway *-%\,*

the railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel, Historical Battle Fields of Noith Georgia and Tennessee. good lines need not necessarily be expensivo. tickets (good 21 days) from Clilenp
Rates from $2.00 day and
with fiBbing taokle on board for the use month.of guests. per For further information, maps, schedules, sleeping car reservations, etc., Iu illustration muy b cited a M llwaukee und other points on Its Bate.,

upwards; special rates by the week or GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor.MIAMI. write or call on wimple but creditable stylo of sidebourdin to a great many point* In South aswih

IIUOn'K. mCHAKDSOy, Oen. Agt., mahogany enriched by brass bundles. North Dakonu, and other western aatCt
about tar _
decribed as a rood* southwestern states at one
7 Ilogan St., Jacksonville.Wm. This niuy irierly
Take n trip west and see the wondVrfW.t
MacDOVALO edition of the popular "Sheraton"
G. A. erulzud
CIIECKLEY SHAW, crops and what an amount of good Ian Vice-1'resident, Macon, Ga. Gen'l Passenger Agt. style. can be purchased for a little money_

t re In Km ll Matter*. Further Information as to rates, route*.,
Hotel Miami MIAMI, FLORIDA. That household is the happiest and prices offarm| lands, etc., may be obtained
on application to any coupwa*
Tha Law Ilo.loeM."Haven't look
whero the .mistress *
best managed th following
ticket agent or by *
hundred feet see yon lately, said the after small mutter* herself and require! named peisons: W. E. 1'owell, Ges>-
hotel in the city. Eight
The largest all-tbo-year-round first lawyer. those under her ti> do likewise. Wear eral Immigration Agent, 110 Old ColonjrBldg.

broad verandas. Rates, $2.00 per day and upward.MRS. ".No," replied the second lawyer. and tear of domestio artiole* may b* ., Chicago; II. F. Hunter, Immigration
"We've moved." considerably reduced if they are treated Agent for South Dakota, 2Vf
JULIA D. TUTTLE, Owner. "Where are yon now?" Intelligently. For example, tubs and Dearborn Street, Chicago, or Geo. II.Healford .

"Over in the Utopia building. Onrfirm's buckets are preserved front cracking ifa General I'assenger Agent,.

"tt'UfiKI got a suit of seven offices. little water be left iu them. Saucepans Chicago, Illinois.Mott .

COTTON "Seven cilices? What cun you possibly and kettles can be prevented from mI

HOMESEEKERS Twines.A do with so manyV"Well rusting if when washed out they are llcuiitlful IMuco on IiuIInra.Itlvor .

Soft Seine they don't cost much. The placed npon the fireplace, so that all for Kale, at u Or at
PERFECT STURGFOM TWINE. office building business is overdone in moisture muy be evaporated by the heat.

Home in the MACRAMC.E. this city. We've got a lot of deks, andwe'll Kitchen towels wilt last longer and k<- p Ilitrgnlii.
Who are Seeking a CABLE
fill tbem np witb clerks from the clean better If only used for one pur.
... cm., m... at famous Turkey Creek Grove, oot>-
EMORY JOHNSON, o- colleges. They don't cost anything if thoroughly dried after use and if The

South should send, to the undersigned MOODUS, CONN.Chang alb""That's so," iutd the first lawyer, hung pose with. npon Cinders towel should rollers never when be finished thrown 40 sistlng acres of of 14 land acre fronting* of orange on Indian grove Hlve-r and)

and Turkey Creek, with steamboat landing
"and they ain't worth anything. awuy before they are sifted, for the and Tillman post office and railroad!
for a copy of the off ftteftinboat Hrh flul "True again," replied the second larger pieces that would remain in the station on the F. E. C. R'y. On th -

lawyer, "bot they'll make a show and sifter would form an excellent bails for place, lying on the west side of India**

Commencing Monday U t, the steamer impress clients." new fires, which tbey start very well, Klver, three miles south of Melbourne-,,
Homeseeker.We St. Augustine, of the I. II. A B. B. I. tf. The law and the office bnilding businesses provided some new coal be laid upon two miles from Atlantic ocean beaol .

Florida East Coast Company, leaves Tltusville Mondays and aoeiu to have/fslleu upon Strang* the top. The ashes themselvoa are not About 400 good bearing orange treoe,.

Wednesdays at 5:13 p. m.f arriving at St.Lucie times, thi; being a true report ct an actual to bo despised as a scouring agent for balance In young trees, will yield aifont.
conversation. Buffalo Express.thkif ](XX) boxes this year. Can be- made*
of buckets *,
River Tuesdays and Thursday*. the greasy metal sauoepon to yield 2000 boxes a year in two- yearsServant's -.

have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for Returning, leave St, Lucia Klver Tuesdays am at, Lmila. to. ____________ house and good packinghouse*
and at Tltusville and rooms above. Gooil llabing,. quail.,
th United States. Fridays, arriving
Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest in and ''It's bard to die so yonug," said the Ms** r nf T Menu deer and duck hunting up Turkey Creek;;
Saturdays connecting
Wednesdays ; turkey, "but I'm thankful for one thing Tbe steam power of the world may be line harbor for boat*; lovely rlvsv fTontr
Apply both north and south with J., T. 4 K.W. "
anyway. reckoned as equivalent to the strength with beautiful forest tree*. HammoV-t
toJAS.. E. INGRAHAM. Land Commissioner, train at Tltusville. "What's that?" asked the oyster."I'm of 1,000,000,000 men, which is more land* for sale cheap; Apply toD. -

Freight for Indian Itlver and Lake not to be served in fit. Louis." than twice the number of workmen ..existing. L. GA.ou>EirrAtty

FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, Worth should leave Jacksonville Saturdays replied the turkey, "so I'll no* be eaten for owners,
Tltusville FEw. I
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. and Mondays to prevent delay. witb a knife. Chicago News. ,



Help for U. S. marine hospital service!
1'rliiolpal Happenings of the Week. The citizens of Stuart desire to thank U. S. revenue cutter service; hospital (Successor to Lovett& Carroll.)

Ponce, Island of Porto Kico, Aug. 5, the good people of Jensen for their valuable nnd signal coips, U. S. A.; mechanics GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All
vU tho Island of St. Thomas, D. W. L., contiibutioia' of clothing for the Lee for the U. S. N.; also civilians of all Kinds,
family, who weie burned out of home kinds. For full Information \call on
Aug. 0 (delayed has been in received transmission by United). Information the first of the month. William Huber, agent, No. 410 1-2 Franklin Crockery, Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Your patronage .,!,, ltCJFLORIDA. (

States Consul Ilanna that the foreign Fred Miller, of Stuart', has gone north street, Tampa, Fla. .
consuls at San Juan do Porto Rico advised to spend the summer. His wife will
the Spanish authorities to surrender visit her parents in Warren, O., in Sep
S. WOOD.... the Island to the American troops.Col. tember. Will Rea and brother, George, for Sale. =
S>n Martin, who evacuated Ponce have also gone north. ____ L. : 3i 3.-D" r 6Z, bro.
DRY GOODS CLOTHING on the approach of the American army
All kinds of wood, from six Inches to
of invasion,' is reported to have been four feet or over; cut clean. Delivered Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries, F
anil Gents'Ings. Furnish tiled court-martial and shot. Colonel
NOTIONS, Pulg, who evacuated Uuanicn when the Fort at lesidences at lowest possible rates.Chaklks And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Mi-1 i, .
Americans landed, committed suicide atUtuado K. Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exoln* v .(, ,:
401 and 400 Wi-st JACKSONVILLE B.iy Street, FLA. on tho rond between Adjuntas .Walter Bass has returned from his va Titusville, Fla. the above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and sojicityoui pan, ,,.,'

and Areclbo, on the north coast, yester* vacation. Very yuly, E. ii. BRADY & BRO., Tltusv.il.. j.-ia.We .

day. few showers of rain but would
JOSEPH ZAPF. Washington, D. C, Aug. 0. Late today more
... be .
the first news dispatch came to the ROBBINS & GRAHAM
WHOI.hSAI.H DKALKKAnheuserBusch War Department from General Miles. It Cook, who has been quite 111, is c& Motlow
was as follows : slowly recovering. Losley ,
Brewing Ass'nFamous "Ponce, Aug. 0, 1808. General Brooke
Mosquitoes are now running on
reports that Bains' brigade, Fourth Ohio of strike.Messrs. (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
time with a
no rumors
St. Louis Lager Beer. and Third Illinois, captured Guayamo

Sold by Lusiey & Motlow, TltiiHvlllo.WHOI.KSAI.1C yesterday; slight skirmish with enemy Harbin and Nelson are up the WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and Whiskies
in and about ,
town; enemy's strength road this week, setting out pineapple
L1U.UOK DKALKK, estimated at about J>00; not ascertained plants.Mrs.. UNITED STATES COURTS. Bottled Beers, Ales and Stont.A .
if of them regulars resistance not
"West Bay St., Jacksonville, and strong.any Priv. John O'Cordner; wounded N. C. Storman left last Sunday First-class Line of Cigars. ** Billiard and Pool Tables.
Sanford, Fla. evening for a short visit with friends atHobe of Title Furnished
below the knee C. W. Rlflee both legs
; Sound.K. Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mail
below the T. W. Alcott right foot
hip; ; ordurs. Cash must order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titusville.
HENRY R.THOMASNo none serious; all of the Fourth Ohio. B. Raulerson returned from his visIt for Lands in Brevard and Dade accompany your Fla.I .

One Spanlaid killed, two wounded as to Orlando, LaGrango and Titusvillo
.LA YILLA PHARMACY far as known. MILES." last Saturday.Tho Counties.
... Madrid, Aug. 7. An official dispatch _.
from Porto Rico that yesterday the Rev. Mr. Outland held divine service
nil Kinds of
Kecp ::: Will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of
church last
Americans seized the custom-houses in in the Methodist Sun have large List
Pare Drugs, Fancy and Toilet Articles. the village of Farjardo, which place was day. The edifice was well filled, and a
v>Ithout a gnri ison. the congregation enjoyed the interesting of Lands owned by CYPRESS AND GEORGIA-PINE LUMBER X
Prices to stilt. .
Santiago do Cuba, Aug. 7. The ljlrst sermon.We

801 Adinn St., cor. Madison, Regular Cavalry und the First" Volunteer understand Mrs. Dey-Card and ourselves and clients. DRESSED AND ROUGH.

.JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Cavalry on the, "Rough transports Riders Miami, will and Mattaewan. sail today - daughter, Mile. Zora, will leave Ankona Also Mouldings nnd Turned Work, Brick, Lime, Cement, Crates of all descriptions

General Wheeler sails on the shortly, and will dispose of her elegant Price for unimproved TtiJLsilXo! JTMorida.
hundred aud of furniture, which should bo advertised in
Miami. Seven fifty men
Fancy IMneupplo Slip1to Suckers General Kent's division, the Sixth Infantry the Advocate, whose columns are always lands $3 to $100
and tho Third will sail eagerly scanned by housewives
for Kule.Abbakas Infantry,
! to-moriow by the Vigilancla. looking for bargains. per acre.WE I Tr3"CTIS- rCE .

i Egyptian Queon, Golden The Alicante, the tirst Spanish transport

Qno u, I'orto Kico, Smooth Cayenne and arrived this afternoon, and General Killed by Lightning at Miami.On I represent the Old llartford, Liverpool and London nnd Globe, Aetna,
Red Spanish. Apply toMadi Shatter expects to begin shipping the have a few Residence, Orange &
Providence Washington, Fireman's Fund, and Sun Mutual.33T .
>ocki& Mattiiams Bench Spanish prisoners Aug.of war 7. to-morrow.General Shaftcr's Monday morning, at 10:30, Corporal Grogo and Pineapple Properties In desirable Lowest rates guaranteed. Write for rates, etc, toC.
"J'alm Pinery, Washington, E. K. Humphries, of Company E,
Wont Palm Boach, Fla. daily report to the War Department First Texas, and Charles Gill,' of"Company locations. Prices Reasonable. S. SCHUYLER, Agent,
of the health of his command at Santiago "

Titusville Fla.
G, First Louisiana, were instantly ,
as bulletined by Adjutant General killed eloctrlo
by lightning during a heavy -
Pineapple Slips and Sucker.s Coibin is follows
to-night, as :
storm. They were just passing into TITUSVILLE
For Sale, Sanitary report for August 0 : Total the cold drink stand of I red Rutter, Offices and MIAMI.
number of sick, 3,081; total number of near the depot, when a bolt of lightning James Pritchakd, President; W. M. Brown, Vice-President:;
Of the following varieties, Smooth fever cases, 2,0lS: ; total number of new struck the building just over the door. C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
Cayenne, Knvll Cities, Abbakas and casus of fever, AM; total number of cases Two other soldiers were stunned, and
Tied Spanish, grown from young plants returned to duty, 477; additional deaths, one of them is In a critical condition.
and without cover. For pi Ices, call on4f Aug. 0, 2; doaths, August 07; including The First Texas Regiment was loading, East Coast Meat Market INDIAN RIYER STATE BAM
Ninth Massachusetts.
M. J. O'Connor
addiess (J. A. Robinson, Major and there were hundreds of soldiers ,
Kden, Indian Klver, Fla.. around and In the building. Under the
Madiid, Aug. 8. It is said that ass left arm extending down the side of the DUREN.i Agent. (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
on as the Amoiicun leply is received,
body of Humphries is an impression of Authorized capital, $100,000
Senor Sagasta will nominate peace com
the trees which stand but a few feet
GEO. W. DAVISON & CO.rait .. missioners. Paid up capital, $25,000
from the building, as natural as a photo
/ & Produce Commission Merchants. large El Liberal British says squadron: "The near presence Gibraltar of is a graph.Interment.The bodies were sent home for Average deposits, $150,000

Florida Pioduots; Orsngos, riNEAl'l'LKb clear evidence of nn understanding, If
; Wutormolons, Tomatoes and not an alliance between England and the piX Transacts a General Banking
United States." Grow Fig*.
other vegetables a specialty.3D7i0lwmJ13
Washington, D. C, Aug. 8. Information Business.
: : Poydras Strqet, was teceived by Adjutant General A fig tree In the garden of one of Till
NEW ORLEANS LA.Kofor Coibin from Colonel man's (Indian River) citizens has a most
to-night Humphrey, Largest and Oldest Bank on the River
remaikable growth. Alieady $0 worth
of the
to lonal of all Con., lnculfrolulit charge transportation airange-
ascent* Express
nm'nt <>F tho Louisville Nashvillo H'y.iiorm.uilii meats at Santiago, that the Spanish hospital of fruit has been sold, besides a quantity Exchange sold on all Foreign Countries.
.N'ut'l liuuk, Metropolitan Dunk, X. O. ship Alicante sailed from there preserved in quart jars,'and the end is
I II to-day witli 800 of tho Spanish prisoners not yet, for there is still fruit on the DIRECTORS!
for tree. Titusville, Florida.JAS. President
Spain. Jas.Piut 'hakd,\V.M.BarI1TT(
Established 18!)().
Hong Kong, Aug. 9. Advices just received or the National Hunk ot Jacksonville J.H.DlitKEE .
(Vice-President Nations!
T. F. PARK & CO. from Manila show that a severe Jacksonville), and W. M. Buows.
engagement took place on July III between
the Spaniards and Americans near CORRESPONDENTS.
PRITCHARD & SON.IIoad.ctuartors Seaboard National Bank of New York nd
Manila. The latter were victorious, but National Bank of Jacksonville. 20
Commission Merchants. had eleven. men killed and thirtysevenwounded. .

New York, Aug. 1). A Paris dispatch
Receivers of Florida Fruits printed here this afternoon says: "A dispatch for

received here from Madrid via ESTABLISHED 187S.m. .
and Biarritz Bays tho Spanish reply to the
Vegetables. United States expresses hope that the
American Government will not hand ...
Oranges, Pineapples 'and Florida Cuba over to the insurgents, but'will retain Hardware
Fruits n Specialty.Refriiknces control of the government of that GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS,
Island, in order that the interests of ,

: Citizens' ExchangoB.ink Spanish property owners may be respected. 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .

Richmond, Va.; Irving National handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay,

Bank, New York. Spain also intimates her preference for Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright anil
Stencils and any information desired the retention of Porto Rico, surrendering Agricultural Implements, Crockery, Lamps dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.

furnished on application.G7 any of her Paciflo possessions to the Star Brand Fertilizers Guaranteed Analysis,Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer,Ture Ground
Ameiicans Instead."The and Glassware, Fishing Tackle, and Ammunition Bone,Nitrate Soda, Muriate of Potash, Sulphate Potash, Katnrt, etc. These fertilizers nave uo
Jay Stroot, Spanish Government Is satisfied superior in the market,and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue free.
with the appointment of a mixed commission Stoves, Tinware and barbed wire.TITUSVILLE .
NEW YORK CITV, N. Y. to settle the question of the

disposition of the Philippines, and suggests
that the meeting of the commission FLORIDA. A Regular "Cinch," Cervera SajsTo

Fish For Sale.I be held in Paris." be a prisoner in Ameilca Wines,

Washington, Aug. I). Tho Interesting beers, liquors or luxuries of any kind is at
am prepared to supply fresh Ash to feature of of the War De-
to-day's news his disposal. You will think it is a "cinch,
hotels, boarding houses and piivatefamilies. pal tment was the cable from General too, when you see .the list of high grade
Call at first llsh house on railroad Miles that lie did not neod reinforcements ,
stating beers brandies
wines, -whiskies, gins,
wharf. D. C. Oai.dwkli.,
and advising that no more BRICK L cigars and tobaccos that we are selling at
Titusvillo Fla.
troops be sent to Porto Rico. Tho effect/ the prices quoted. You can buy better
of this dispatch was to stop the embarkation goods In this line for the money hero than
of troops at Newpoit News nnd to any plaoe in Florida.
For Sale, General Wade's from silling.
stop corps JOHN CLARK SON & CO.,
Washington, Aug. 10. The prehminaiy -
Choico orango lands five and ten aero negotiations looking toward the JACKSONVILLE BRICK CO. Commission Merchants nnd dealcis 'n

lots at tho beautiful town of Daytona, coullrniatlon of peace advanced a long Groceries, Grain, Coal, Wines & Liquois,
on'the Kast Coast. Easy terms. Also wheu the of State
step to-day, Secretary JACKSONVILLE, FLA.S3T .
homes In Floiida. Investments made
and the Fiench Ambassador agreed
and money loaned on Jacksonville pro tho terms upon which future negotiations 20 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. Consignments of country produce

perty. CoUltri.ANO B.UCKMAN, for a war treaty are to be conducted, and solicited.

22, ltogiin stroct, reduced these to the form of n protocol. Write us for prices and save We make
Jacksonville, Fla.l'nlmetto This protocol Is yet to be signed, and isto your'money.

bo submitted before the to founal the Spanish signatures Government are the hardest, least absorbent and best brick made in Florida.

Druj; Store, l>aytonn. atllxed, but the Administration's view usto

Drugs, medicines, chemicals,fine toilet Secretary progress Day's made sentence ttf-d.iy was! set out In Can supply up to a million on short notice. Carpets, Mattings and Rugs

soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and "It is expected that this protocol will
toilet articles in be executed."
great variety.il.

Poll Tai .ml the Charges Proscribed In WANTED !

Default of Pajritumt. Fall Patterns are now .being received.
Orange Grove nn
for Sale.A The capitation, or poll tax, Is fixed by Raw Furs Skins Hides Awnings and Linoleums a Specialty.H. .
Wool Beeswax ,
law at #1, and each person liable thereto
fine and garden of ,
grove is entitled to a receipt upon payment of ,
12 acres, fronting on the Indian Klver that nmount, without additional costs E. CLARK,

and extending back to the county road or charges of any nature. The law makes Tallow and Alligator Skins. 38 West Bay St.,
at Sharpen about 1) miles south ofTitusville the payment of the poll tax a prorequisite ,
known as tho Brock place; to voting, and addition thereto Jacksonville, Fla.
And will pay the highest Cash Trices for them as follows
500 bearing trees; good house, four in the way of costs, fees, or otherwise,
rooms and kitchen; servants' house and would be Imposing additional requirements Dry Flint Hides 15c. Otter Skins, good. S.00 to 0.00SO

packing house Price, $1,000.00. not authorized by law, and might Dry Salted Hides 13c.(4c.. Otter Skins, poor. . to 2.50 i7-__
Green Salted Hides .
Apply to result In illegally depilving a citizen of Coon Skins, good. 20 to 40
BOBBINS & GltUIAM, the right to vote. Dry Mint deer skins lXc. Coon Skins, poor. 03 to 13
Attys. for owners, The costs and charges prescribed by Dry Salted deer skins. 13c.18c.. Goat skins . . 03 to 20 Hides, Furs, Wool, Alligator Skins Tallow Bees-Wax, Etc,
wool .
Titusville, Fla. law in case of default in the payment of prime. Sheep skins 10 to 40ilft.
taxes are applicable only in such cases Black wool, prime 10c. Alligator skins, 7-ft 1.00 BY THE
Burry wool, prime 8o to 12c, C3
as cover the unpaid taxes on property,
The "Advocate." real or personal, a the case may bo. The Tallow.Beeswax 23c, Sft.4ft.. 43 SOUTHERN HIDE & SKIN CO.
.2o ..
payment of the poll tax may be enforced, 20
but no costs or charges can be required Ginseng root, per lb $ 2.00 3-ft.. 13
The Indian River Advocate Is on or collected in connection therewith.J3T Young live alligators, 15c to 20o ench. Reference National bank, Jacksonville Largest Handlers of Skins in the State.

sale cents at the following news-stands, at five To those -who have not shipped to me, I ask for a trial shipment, to get start REFERENCE: National Bank State of Florida.
per copy : ed. I guarantee n just and liberal classification. Hoping to be favored with
.Titusville Fred S. Chaffee. Reading notice ads. on this page shipments, I am, yours truly, Office, Rob Building. Hide Warehouse 446 to 443, Jackson St,

J. B. Screven. are live cents per line per week. H W. R. NICHOLAS, Jacksonville, Fla. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.JU"J .


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