Title: Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00198
 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Uniform Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville,Fla. ; Indian River City
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Publication Date: August 26, 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: VID00198
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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Cradles, Springs, Mattresses, all prices, at Screven's Drug Store, MAL.Tho NASSAU.A .
Titusville.Tox .
Fuknitibe Stoiik,
lid ToplcM of General Interest.rlety Titusville, Kla.Capt. to stop. Soo list of hotels on
summer normal for Brevard county recent edition of tho Nassau (Bahamas our 7th page.
Assessor J. F. Wooten of Cocoa
public school teachers commenced on ) Guardian that Ills Excellency
and General Gossip In connection John Houston, of Eau Gallic, was in town on Tuesday.Dr. Monday last at tho schoolhouse, Titus the Governor assented says to the bill to The AnvocATK is now on file at all

rlth Biscayne Hay, lake Worth, Indian, was in town part of Wednesday.Mrs. J. M. Dixon left here yesterday ville, and Is in chaigo of Dr. W. L. Yo transfer certain Government lands and the best hotels in New Yolk city.

tanana and Halifax Klver Point*, Key West the A. W. Sweet spent a couple of for City Point, on a visit to his mother.Mr. cum, of Lake City, and Prof. E. M.Barrlngton piemiscs in the city of Nassau with the Where do you intend going this summer
ind all other Important along of Quiiicy, two wellknowneducatois view to the Increase) of hotel accommodation
days or so at Eau Gallic this week. ? Read summer icsort advts. on 7th
Abe Hildreth of Columbus
of Florida. Urlef mention of O.
Bast Coast of wide experience- tills and to authorize the making of anew .
InterestingKvent* from Various Part* Sheriff Jos. I*. Brown made another after visiting his orange grove at Indianola state, assisted by County Supt. Jno. H.Sams. mail contract and tor other puiposcs page.Tho

>f the World; About People You Know trip down the liver, Tuesday, with more has leturned home.Dr. The normal will continue tor connected with these undertakings.Tho seaside hotels at Ormond and So.ibreexo -

ind People You Don't Know Picked registration books. B. R. Wilson was called to Fort about a month, nnd the course will, itis act having been assented to, will, of aio fast tilling up.Tho .

ii p by Our Society Editor and a larice af ff Miss Ella Singleton, of Cocoa, came 1'ieice yesterday, ou account of the Illness needless to say, prove of groat assistance course, be forwaided by the voiy first Seaside Inn, Seabieer.e, I* now
> Correspondent* scattered along- the of of Its residents.Mrs. to thoso coiitenipl.itlug touching mail to London for Hor Majesty's allow
up to town, Wednesday, to visit Mrs. one pnteiiiiining about fifty guests, while the
Kant Coast of Florida. Carl C. Curtlss for an extended period.Mr. school dining the approaching term, and ance.At. Suif Crest and Dewey houso uie well pationized. -
II. II. Dickev and left
family also to those who have in
taught past a meeting of the House of Assembly The Suif Ciest is now ably
E. C. Dearborn, of Cocoanut here, Wednesday, for Lemon City, where years. There aie twenty-six in attendance Governor Sir Gilbert T. Carter i ievntnil managed by Miss Alllo Maitin, a former

THE ADVOCATE, Grove, has some fine property advertised Mr. Dickey has goue into business.Mr. at the school up to this time, but tho following message: very popular young lady of Indianol.i,

$1.50 per annum, in advance.i.00 for salo on this pnge. It Is well worth Alfred Cox, of Eden, arrived In more are expected next week. oorMTho It givos mo much ploasuio to Inform

six months, ' your Investigation.Mr. town yesterday, and leaves to-day for following is a list of thoso piesont tho honorable Houso nf Assembly that Hotol Coipilna, Ormond Beach, has received

$J.OO per an. to foreign countries.Ilave Wm. M. Brown left heie, Tuesday Richmond, Va., and other places, on a this week : tho Secretary of State having been pliu'odin quite a pleasant addition to Its

fur Miami, to look after his banking few weeks' vacation.Mr. Mrs. Adliemar Brady, Mrs. A. W. possession of nil the details in connection guests this week, ami riding, driving,
Sweet, tho Misses Cora Brown, Ida M.Dodson with the hotel nnd stoam service wheeling, surf bathing, llshing, card-
and other Interests. He returned
to J. T. Williams, of Whltteir, Fla., and Pantile Gray, Tttusvillo; scheme now under negotiation with Mr.II. playing, etc., is now in order. It wat a
you paid your subscription toBie town yesterday.Messrs. anived In town yesterday, and is in attendance Misses A. E. Sams and C, R. Sams, M. Flaglor lins sanctioned the acceptance little ipiiot tho first of tho week, but we

Akvocate? If not, please do so.Never W. R. Knox amt Chas, W.Crabb at the Summer Nounal now in Courtenay; Misses Stella Minis, Mary A.Burtus of that gentleman's olTor of a sum are told It Is much more lively at pre

returned here Irom Miami the session at Titusville, Carrie Mendel, Jlmmlo China, of 2,500 in consldeiation for the transfer sent. '

first of the week. Mr. Knox expects to Mrs. Eunice Schofleld, Minis; Miss of tho Barrack and Fleming
fall to read our inside pages, Mr. Fred'k. S. Morse, a well-known promises One of the features of the White
ou will always find something to invest return to Miami in the winter.Mr. real estato dealer of Miami, passed Mabel Allen, Foit Pierce; Miss Ella sqnaie to him ns a site for the hotel Mountains is a new bridlo trail Mount
C. II. former F. E. C.Ry. through here yesterday on his way to Singleton, Rockledge; Mrs. J. R. Anthony which he proposes to build. I trust
you. Bradley, a West Palm Stickney, which was opened this yoar byMessrs.
Reach Miss VirgleM. be '
that this
; therefore considered
at this place is now taking Jacksonville for a few days. question may Anderson A Prlco of iti
agent ,
The Indian Klver hotel at this place Wlgfleld, Toledo; Miss Lula J. Bell, to be satisfactorily concluded.I manageis
made quite lively since the arrival of Station Agent Barrett's post at New Sheriff R. J. Chilllngworth, of West Woodley; Miss Fannie Penney, Nathan; havo communicated this decision by the Mount Pleasant house nnd llotelOrmond

) bright a set of young ladies.Mrs. Smyrna during the tatter's vacation. Palm Beach, has gone to Atlanta on Miss Alma Fransen, Miss Clara Sogaard, telegram to Mr. Flaglor and have received ; nnd, with tho exceptton of the
Ormond Is about a week or two's visit to his son, White City Miss Willie Otwell Bahla hrlillo trail leading to tho summit of
II. W. and little Mr. James Carnell, of ; ; a courteous acknowledgement oftho
Reynolds girl Crawford
Mount Washington from tho
still at Cocoanut Grove gathering guavas, Attorney C. C. Chilllngworth.Do Miss Floience Sarver, Lake Helen; Miss message from which I learn Hint ho
last for
left here
Daytona, house, Is tho only one east of the Rocky
here they expect to stay one or two and is preparing the fruit to make jelly, not fall to read "Of Interest to Phoebe Kendilck, Seymour, Miss.; Miss expects to be In New York on Tuesday, Mountains. In recent but little
for which article he has become noted.rAnyone Annie Bellows, Washington, Ga, Miss years
Settlers on 2 "Culture of the ; tho Itstant.
eeks. page ; use has been made of the Mount Washington
Wright, Green Cuvo Springs T.J. .
Several Titusvilllans, who went toliumi wishing to buy a fine residence Strawberry in" Florida, page 0-7)) "A Williams, Whlttler.I trail, so that the new one up

during the army encampment at and pineapple plantation on Indian Common Evil, page 2, etc., etc, West fiCrrit !'., New Vohic, Mount Stickney is really tho only practicable
River should read the offer of Col, trail for tho ascent of mountains
Miss Emma E. Dart former
returned within a
tat place, have to town popular August 22 1MM.
>eath of Clifford MeKadden.A ,
16 past week or ao.Col. W. G. Winans, of Eden, elsewheie on school teacher at Eau Ualite and Cocoa by burros lu this region.

this page. has been appointed assistant-princi Editor Indian liivrr Advurate: The Seaside Inn and cottages at Sea

Miami. for Chris. Hale,of after months sojourning Work on Dr. F. II. Houghton's pal of the Sanford public school. report received at this office says Dear Sir I am much pleased to road breeze, near Daytona, has a large number
t a couple or so,
that Mr. Clifford McFadden
who linsbeon
large house-boat at Daytona Is still Miss Florence Harden in your 'blight pink paper that everything of guests. On Sunday last we found it ,
.is returned to Titusville, where his was a passenger ill the home of his
progressing, and it is expected to be seriously at Is now satisfactorily ariiingod with as many us forty-five guests at the Inn.Tho .
the from
[lends are glad to meet him again.Dr. on steamer, Wednesday,
father south of Eau Gallio died about
ready for a trip down Indian River in Rockledge, to spend a few hours in town. regard to the matters relating to the fit/nine/ Is good In fact much bettor
W. L. Yocum, of Lake City, and about three weeks' time.A She was accompanied by her sister, Miss eight o'clock on Tuesday evening. Deceased new hotel for Nassau, whore I have had tlnin we expected to find it. Mr. II. E.

rof. E. M. Harrington, of Quincy, whore Ruth. formeily held apusition on one of the ploasiiro of spending several winters.Mr. Smith, tho proprietor and Ids energetic
the teachers' normal letter from Macon, Ga., says that the Clyde steamers running out of Jacksonville Smith all
conduoting at Flagler Is a good man to undertake helpmate, Mrs. were doing
his place, are guests of the Indian Klverotel. the Georgia-Alabama Business College is Hawley it Aloott, who are running and acted as steward on the any kind of improvement, and I think they could to entertain and make It I
well represented by Titusville, those attending hacks between the Daytona railway Indian River steamer St, Lucie last win the AnvooArtc Is fully Justlilod In giving pleasant for their guests; whllo Mr. II.F. :

from hero having quite a high station and the beach, are doing quite a ter. His many fiiends will regret to him all praise. Sir Joseph Chambuilaiu Stewart, the owner of the hotel, gave
-Judge Minor S. Jones, who has been opinion of its principal Pi of. Martin. big business. Do not fail to patronize learn of his death. did tho coiroct thing when ho advised I hem considerable vocal and Instrument,

ii a trip returned south home as far on as his Sunday.place, Klonlke The- Two coaches of convalescent soldiers them when you go to Daytona.Mr. the Colonial government to accept the nl music, which was much appreciated.Mr. .
passed through here, Monday, attached nnd Mrs. J. W. Watson and sick Killed a I.arg-a Ilatllesnake.F. olTer made by tho benefactor of tho East
ndge stopped at a places en route, of Westbrook
L. Tappan, Long
his to the regular passenger train, en route child of Miami anived in town Coast, What the AnvoUATK has said
ml was well received by numerous yesterday Island, who has been ovor nil the best
from Miami to Jacksonville, There are and at the Indian from time to time In favor of Mr. Flag
lends.Mr.. are stopping Lyman, of this place, killed a nine- In this of tho
golf courses part country,
still about fifty soldiers in the hospital ler has boon mucli appreciated by many
River hotel. Mr. Watson is ono ofMiami's foot rattlesnake, Tuesday, on Mr. K, C.Scrimgoour's Sliinneuook West Chester
and Mrs. F. T. Budge, who came at Miami.Mr. oldest and most prominent property west of town.On of his admirers. Ardsloy, ,
Meadow Brook and other courses, expiesslng -
p from Miami to inter the remains of With much success to Florida's pink
C, M. Greer, one of Miami's storekeepers.Mrs. opening the snake it was found to Ills opinion of tho Mount Pleasant
heir little son in the Titusville cemeery which I see at several places In
well known merchants, who left herewith contain ten young rattlers, varying In paper House links that with the
returned home on Friday afternoon -"- Chas. K. Kenyon and her sister, our big city, says possible
his wife and boy for Kissimmee a size from a few Inches up to ton Inches. of Meadow Brook he '
ist, Their children remained here with MIhs liarrelle, have been enjoying themselves I urn, yours truly, exception
apt. and Mrs. J as. Fritchard.Supt. week or two ago, returned home onWednesday. immensely duiing their sojourn atSeabreeze. The capture of eleven deadly snakes atone ilAitoi.n E. Thompson.A thinks this Is Ono of the best courses he
Mrs. Greor and boy stayed Archie Rairelle acompanted time must certainly lie considered a has ovor played on, abounding in pecullaily -

Jno. II. Sams and family, of'ourtenay in Kissimmee, on account of the illness by Alf. Sharpo visited his sisters on stroke of good luck. Mr. Scilmgeour, interesting natural hn/ards nnd in

have come to Titusville totay of Mrs. Greei's mother, whoso recovery, Saturday last, being a taxidermist of no mean ability, Few Word* from Mew Jersey.Wenonah springy tuif, Thocouisels so admirably

during the school teachers' nornal we regret to learn, is doubtful.Mr. Is now mounting their snakeships. kept as to reflect great credit on the
which will continue for four Judge M. S. Jones left here, Wednesday inn, Wknonah, N. J. greens-keeper. The foot-bridge crossing

ieeks. They are residing in the Brown II. B. Plant, the well-known for Jacksonville, to attend to some Church Notices. August 22, 18tM. tlie Ammonoosuo liver at tho first

lottage, corner of Julia and Palm streets, millionaire and president of the Plant law matters before Judge Call, and also teeing ground Is now completed, saving ;
formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. T. T. SyBtem of railway and steamship lines, be present at the Secoud Congressional Archdeacon B. F, Brown will conduct Editor Ind tan lltvrr Aitiwcat* : the trip around by the iron bridge. The

fVetmore. who has been on a trip, to England, has District Convention, where he will meet divine services at St. Gabriel's Episcopal Will you please Inert tho enolosed advertisement whole course is In perfect condition,

The Gazette-News owned left Liverpool on the steamer Lucania our faithful Congressman, Robt. W.Davis. church, Titusville, on Sunday next, the In your paper, a copy of Tho turf Is of the tough elastic quality,
Daytona for New York. While In Liverpool Mr.
Mr. Moreton L. has consoliated 28th Inst., at 11 a. m, ml 7:00: p. m. which readies nio every week, keeping so much desired by golfers.TO .
y Murray, Plant made an inspection of twenty with winter home.
In touch
with the Commonwealth, which miles of docks and shipping. Capt.*Wm. II, Sharpo, of Sharpes, Protracted services will be held at me The season hero my Is almost over, and
as been in charge of Editor Baldwin for has been in town several times of late,
Fort Pierce commencing Monday Aug.20th .
About colored people were will end on Sept. 15 with a swell dinner ADVERTISE THE EAST
everal months The venture twenty looking after a model of a patent new
past. new In which Rev. E. N. Boll, of Titusvllle Medical
baptised in Indian River at Sand Point and boo. The Captain's patent is for the Glouster County Society 'COAST.PlIII.ADKM'lIlA
hlch will have its headquarters at the plow will assist. Let all Christians Join .
just north of Titusville, last Sunday considered to be a good and we its HOlh anniversary.I .
Commonwealth office, has our best In making the meeting* a success.L. for next winter
have boat
afternoon. Owing to the unpropitlous must a ,
wishes for its success.D. hope he will make millions out of It D. IIowAitD,
state of the weather though, there was when placed on the market.Mr. and have no doubt an advt. in the pink Pa.,
D. Rogers was near the head of not a very large attendance. The little paper will bring me plenty of answers.
the Indian Klver last week running out steamer Spartan brought up a number of L. C. Demaree, after a stay of Showeaao ISarjraln. Thomas Gibbons, who has charge of August 21! 1SDS.

the lines of the Sibbald Grant and making colored folks from Cocoa to witness the several months at Daytona and City the garden, sailing, etc., for mo at the Editor Indian liivrr Adntrntr

a topographical map of the same.Mr baptising, returning with her passengers Beautiful, left on Monday morning for For sale cheap 4-ft. showcase noarly "Kivervlew," at Merrltt, Is hero looking : Hf
Rogers says it is necessary to dig Sunday evening. Johnson Junction, Ky., to join his wife. new and in good condition. Address after the bowling alley, etc., and will,go Dear Sir Your letter to Mr. J, E.Ingraham .

four or five feet in the cypress swamps His many friends on the 'East Coast A. P, U. down next month to sue any boats I may in relation to more photographs
to reach water. On one day while surveying Congressman Sparkman has returned regret his departure, but hope to see Care Aijvocate., hear of for sale. I hope to be In Merrlttby to advoitlse Titusville by the aid

the grant he killed thirteen from Miami, where* he spent several hi in in Floilda again at some future time, the first of November. of stereoptlcan pictures through my Illustrated

attlers. Halifax Journal.Messrs. days last week, in company with It. is stated that Mr. Kd. Stillng has Very truly yours, lectures on Florida, was forwarded
the harbor

Congressman Sailboat Wanted.
E. L. Brady, Win, M. Brown at that place. The congressmen put his Cocoa propeity on the niaiket, to me, and 1 am glad thus to be
and and that there is a likelihood of its huinif able to communicate with you direct, osI
Chas. II. Walton enjoyed a visit tollotel were Invited there by the East Coast second-hand sailboat
chased by Mr. M. R. Hay, of Newcastle Wanted to buy a llemneratlo I'rlniary at Helmstlen. havo a sort of fellow feeling for a new*.
Coqulna, Ormond, from Saturday railway officials, who hope to secure an put not less than 'JO feet in length anil 12 been
It includes his hardware man, having engaged on several
.Dtil Sunday when they drove down toSeabreeze from the next for paper
appropriation congress with full
', and remained at the Seaside the improvement of Miami harbor, business, store buildings and other Inter, feet beam. Addiess"Wenonah Inn particulars" Pursuant to call of the County Commissioners papors myself. Have also contribute

Inn until the following day. The latter Daily Times.Mr ests. Mr. Stiling has been residing in the Democrats of Sebastian, ml scores of descriptive letters on mytiavels
Tampa Wenonah N, J,
Returned to Titusville on Monday, while East McKeesport, Pa., for some time assisted by some friends from other pre* over 38 states and territories,

Mr. Brady went to Del.and to inspect E. Smith, a former resident ofCourtenav past, and his many fiiends will bo sorry clnots, held a primary meeting on Saturday and several foreign countries.As .

the Stetson University, where he contemplates was a passenger on the train to learn that it is bis intention to leave For Sale on Hay Illacayne. hist, the 20th Inst. The fiiends to the Titusville photographs (sent
sending his daughters this to Palm Beach and other points the end Indian River for good. assisting with votes were from Titus by Attorney Geo. til. Bobbins,' Dr. J. M. i

"Mnter. of last week. He and his wife are now New stone house and throe acies of ville, City Point, Mlcco and Fort Drum. Dixon and yourself), I should have been
residents of the Biitish island of Jamaica Among those registered at the Indian land fronting on Bay Biscayne, overlooking There were six nominations for delegates better pleased had they been larger and

Mrs. Wm. M. Brown and her childen with which placo they are much River hotel, Titusville, this week, were Florida and the ocean on with the following result/ square, or nearly so. If possible. Still,
Cape ;
Mark and Louise, of this place, after pleased. Florida frosts "knocked him the following: John H. Sams, W. F.Yocum rock rood, four miles south of Miami. II, II. Howard . . 27 votes of 'the list you send I can make ten of

'pending a few weeks very pleasantly at out" several times, so he thought it K. M. Harrington, A. Chute, Highest point on the bay, K. A. Hardee 20 them do very nicely. I have left therewith

the lively little seaside resort of Sayrook. better to go where the temperature did Emily A. Chute, Walter R. Watson, P.G. 200 acres one mile north; 5 acres In P. Kroegel 20 ' many other*, at the photographer's,

' Conn., have gone to New Hartford not reach the freezing point.Mrs. Walton, J. S. Harrison, Miss V. M.Wlgfleld tenement house, etc. II. F. Ilardesty IS ' and will return them, uninjured, to Mr.Ingraham .

Conn., where they will remain with W. E. Gerow, Miss L. J. Bell, young grove; for unencumbered Income W. C. Braddock 15 at St. Augustine, as soon ae
Mrs. Brown's parents Capt. and Mrs.H. .1. II. Anthony, a former resident Horace If. Sams, E. \\, Wager, Miss Might exchange farm.E. W. G. Newlan 15 transparencies have been made.In .

R. Jones for a month or two. Mr. of Titusville, but now of West Palm Phebe E. Klndrick, Miss Florence Sarver, property. or C. Dearborn Messrs. Ilardesty ami Newlan were view of having a large number of
Beach, Is among the pleasant visitors to F, J. Reld.i Mrs. J. H. Anthony, Miss f
Brown who is a busy man between his Cocoauut Grove Fla. not announced as candidates until the transparencies made, J can get them
hanks, tannic acid factory, orange groves town this week, her and here her many She friends informs Annie Bellows, D. W. Moran.A morning of the primary.Wurnlntf done for 40cts. each for plain, nnd $1.14

ind other things will soon be with his were glad to see again. letter from Mr. A. Williams, of for the colored one*. I have thought It '

family, to take a rest and regain his lost excellent us that business ber son in, his Gus,new Is doing store an atMiami. Cincinnati, O., says: "As a man who Fine Property for Hale or Ex to TrenpaAKerA.It best to have them all plain but one Mr.K. .;

avoirdupois. He says he will leave Titusville He certainly deserves all the was connected with the newspaper business Exchange L. Brady's residence, which will admit

for Jacksonville to-morrow, and for several years, allow me to say that certain of a beautiful coloring.
ho gets, for he Is very obliging having coma to our knowledge
>oard the Clyde steamer, Sunday, for patronage his customers and energetic that the Advocate is the best all-home- Hector Island property, beautiful par tie* b *e been committing lepredatbm* by You may assure the people of Titus
>ew York. to very timber the laml* of till* company| and the East Coast generally that
In state and Isa cutting upon ville ,
print weekly paper your Indian River
in business affairs. We know this from place at on Now, therefore, all person* so trespassing-
shall do the best I can to
credit to Titusville and. In fact, the I very represent
observation, when he was in Florida. are hereby notilted to desist, and to commit no
Cersonal In this town. Mrs. Anthony whole East Coast. It Is clean, bright This property comprise* a dwelling further trespass, or they will be prosecuted to their places. In my lectures, to the
Residence and lMneappIe and the furl extent or the law, best advantage. The present
left yesterday afternoon for White Sulphur and newsy, and my friends myself house, store, 40x00, with II rooms upstairs !
Plantation For Sale.A Ga. read It with much Interest. I am sure steamboat wharf; also a small liErriELIl LAND A INVEOTMKVT CO.Hobbln . outlook will warrant the statement that
Springs, ; A Orshain,attoeaey* will be entertained and.In !
people .
your pink paper Is appreciated in every tangerine orange grove, banana and 150,000
home where it goes. I much regret to other fruits, with rare shrubbery, lawn all probability, go Into ecstacies over
most beautifully-located villa and WHITE ENAMEL BEDS, CRIBS, Curtain learn of the death of Mr. F. T. Budge's tennis ground and artesian well. Uncle 8ani* New Territory. the entrancing beauties of the Easf Coast
plantation overlooking from a high of which I read In the Florida views by January 1st, 1800.
poles. Toilet sets.FCKNITCRE. little son, a report The owner will sell the property for
bluff the picturesque Indian River; In Stobe, A DVOCATE." one-fourth the amount asked by the late Latest map of Cuba, Includlnggeneral People all along: the line are coming: to
the centre of the pineapple section; large the front and I have not the
Titusville, Fla. will for and Industries;
Modern C. J. Hector, or exchange a good description, resources
and oat-houses.
roomy through
Wood for Hale.AH orange gTove and residence near a town chief cities, distances, climate, business slightest doubt In my ability
conveniences Inside toilet
; arrangements between Titusville and Biscayne Bay. chances; how, when and where to go; the aid of the gorgeous splendor thoe
Pier ,lawns baths, sewerage; boat-bouse flowers and 13 Honey for Sale. kinds of wood, from six Inches to For particulars, apply to the owner, cost of transportation, etc.; mailed free Florida scenes present to turn hundreds
; shrubbery, of tourists and settler* In the direction
acres in best pineapples. Farther four feet or over; cat clean. Delivered James Palmek, for ten cents in stamps. Address or call ..iftI
particulars quality Several barrel* of fine, new honey for at residences at lowest possible rates.Chakleb Patchogue, Is. I.Or upon William Huber, Cuban agent. No.It of the Florida East Coast.
ofW. F. J. Webb Laura Street P. O. Box 244 Jacksonville Yours faithfully,
O. WniAws, ale, cheap. P. Kboeoel, JC Kenton, to bis Attorney. *
Eden, Fla. Sebastian, Fla. Titusville, Fla. Titusville, Fla. Fla. J. 1 Bcos,



and south of 30 latitude know. to citizen of tJEORG MARX. JOHN J1ARX
Suwannee river Hoping see you a CRUSHED BY HER CROWN I

Dreadful Sores but the orange Is grown to a small Florida some day, I am

extent for home use and ornament in Yours truly, The trrest "Book of Martyrs" has never '
been written. Fox'a famous work deals on!*>
locality In the state. Bananas L. B. Wombwdli,
every Wholesale Dealers In
They Continued to 8pread In Spite with the martyrdom of the body. Wbea
of Treatment but Now They are of one or another variety grow in Commissioner of Agrloulture. the real book of martyrs is written it will
all parts of the state, but the finer marketable deal with the mental martyrdom of the GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE...
Healed A Wonderful Work."For woman who suffered in silence because ,
many years I have been a great kinds only grow to a profitable The Sure LaOrlppo Cure. modesty would not let her put inttf speech

utterer with varicose veins on one of mylimbs. degree in the central and southern part There is no use suffering from this the questions that burned in her heart. 131 and 133 East Hay Street and 6 and 8 Newnan Street,

My foot and limb became dread* of the peninsula. Pineapples are not a dreadful malady, if you will only get the

fully Bwollen. When I stood up I could safe crop to grow north of 28 latitude, right remedy. You are having pain all tTaolXLsozxvlllo, Florida

feel the blood rushing down the veins of and tho further south they are grown through your body, your liver Is out of
order, have no appetite, no or ambition THE
this limb. One day I accidentally hit my the CITlWe
the better; a line drawn across state have a bad cold, in fact are completely
foot against some object and a sore broke in a southwesterly direction from Tltusvillo used up. Electric Bitters Is the
out which continued to spread and was that will for all kinds of Seed and Potatoes
on the East Coast and Manatee on only remedy give you prompt are headquarters Eating and ( <> Peas
exceedingly painful. I concluded I the west will indicate well the and sure relief. They act directly on guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed, w* ;
needed a blood purifier and I began talcingHood's fairly your liver, stomach and kidneys, tone your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased. want
Harsaparllla. In a short time northern limit for pineapple culture, up the whole system and make you feel

those dreadful sores which had caused though In Orlando and vicinity, 'la like a new being. They are guaranteed MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla,
to cure or price refunded. For sale atF.
me so much suffering, began to heal. I Orange county, a number of parties havo S. Chaffee's drug store.
kept on faithfully with Hood's Sarsaparlllu been growing this fruit successfully by

and in a short time my limb was covering nod otherwise protecting the Cw 3U m rn S TTUvE <5c CO. ,
completely healed and the sores gave meno plants from cold in winter. All kinds of DEALEIta INV7K7"i3a.os

more pain. I cannot be too thankful vegetables grow and do well. The vaiie- VENTION. jWmL& eSUDLca. X-J.C3L-ui.ors
for the wonderful work Hood's Saraaparllla ,
ties mostly grown for shipment to distant
has done for me." MRS. A. E.Gilbon 417, 410 XV. Bay St.,
markets are tomatoes, luttuce, There will be held a convention of the
llortland, Vermont.9gy .
cabbage, potatoes, egg-plant, cucumbers Democratic Party of Brevard county, JACKSONVILLE, . FLA.
SarsaO -
Hood and snap-beans, and at great profit.Vegetablegrowing Florida, at Fort Pierce, Wednesday, September RICH WINES create gooil. ritli hm

parillaIs for northern markets, 21st, at 10 a. ni., for the purpose tby blood. Don't make the miatdke ut

the |,ent In fact tlio One True Blood Purifier. as a rule, pays well, but as prices received of nominating the following officers: cheap.busing It sour is not.iioor It wine lias u beotusp iu u ,it]ini.greeable i,.

Hood's pills cure all liver Ills. 2Scoiits.OF vary with the supply nnd demand One representative in state legislature; Modesty Is the Crown of Maidenhood and good wine effect is really npou not the *expimmr>stein, whiles M*,

at points of destination, it is difficult to one tax assessor; one tax collector; one Motherhood, and yet there have been liter, give* you that pulled-together, self.

fix a price for you to go by. Two crops treasurer; three members school board; ally millions of women crushed to death HatiHfled- We make feeling.Ejr a.Specialty ut Viri h (
that that ofwoman's
shining symbol
by crown, :
Mountain Dew torn 'W
the land be five commissioners all to serve <\ Dirt*
a year on same can grown, county sovereignty in the home. years old, $2.60 per gallon.l'artles .
and is often done even with field crops; two years, also for any other business Here is living in Dry Toxnn will ,i0
a youno ornx. well to order from us, as we mti .
Fair Oars, Ind.Co for instance, you can follow an oat crop that may come before it. *' Standing with reluctant feet them M per cent, on all order*.

mm itnioner of Agriculture, with a sweet potato crop, and you can Known Democrats, and all other voters Where womanhood and girlhood meet." Or Always send money with onlen
In the first critical period of her life she We will riot open new acciuntx unlmi
follow corn with peas. A number of who wlll pledge themselves to the suitable Jacksonville reference m gi\n
TaUahatwee Via. begins to sufferingwhich she
: experience
No Goods sent C. O. D to Un
vegetable can be the same various precinct commutes to support Toani
crops grown necessarily connects the organs of sex. A cent for Indlanopnlis Brewing Cn
Dear Sin: As we are Intending to way, but it Is best to alternate the crops the nominees of this convention, will be What it is she does not know. Why it is Brewers and Bottlers, Indiaiiiqioliii, Ind'

move to Florida about next March or with the land each year As previously allowed to vote at primaries or mass she advice.does not But understand.she shrinks She from needs it.medical Uer Hercules Malt Tonic, 2.25 per caae; Clayton& ItuBsell Wild Cherry Brandy, 4.50 per cane

April, we would like to receive any information stated, sugarcane, rice and cotton stand meetings for selection of delegates. modesty is up in arms at the thought of

you can give. first amoug the staple crops of the state, Precinct Committees will appoint time questions submitted to be to asked, both, alike of examinations repugnant todelicacy. tobe

What crops are most favorable In all and in planting the first two named, and place for holding primaries or mass So she suffers in silence. The SAW AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE VAltl),
of Florid P What is strain on the delicate machinery of her Pnlatka, Fla. E. Bay St., Foot of Catherine,
parts i generally then, is the source of continuously and meetings and give due notice of same.
organism becomes more severe. Painful
realized by the farmer, in the home market ever-lncreasiDg remunerative Industry, Precinct Committees will be the same irregularities become yet more painful. CYPRESS COMPANY

for his butter and eggs ? How much Bee-keeping and honey-making Is practically as at last convention. And so, silently, she treads the painful WILSON ,
to confirmed invalidism. Her crown
do hogs and cattle bring per hundred a universal Industry, and one The various precincts will be entitled of modesty becomes a crown of thorns.

pounds, or by the head, now In Florida, that pays those engaged in it well; but to representation as follows: She sees the glowing lamp light of cheerful Manufacturers of
homes. She hears the cooing of the
ami are they considered profitable to there is only a comparatively small number La Grange 4Titusville Narrows 1Oeorgiana happy babe, the prattle of joyous children,
raise ? What fruits do well under cultivation of persons engaged In the business 11 1Merritt and she fears that all that life of home and Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. *

and what part of Florida Is best on a large scale; hut those who are receive City Point S 3 love is take not for the her.Or other. typical case of the ,

suited to orange-raising ? How far large profits. Strawberries grow Eau Cocoa Oallie& Kockledged 3 Canaveral 2Hulover 1 woman who has entered on the cares and A large stock of Dry Cypress flo.oring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles,

north can pineapples and bananas be and thrive here as well as any place in Melbourne 2Malabar Spruce Bluff 1Ankona DUTIES OP WIFEHOOD. lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress

grown profitably, and also how far north the country, and in s6me sections of the 1 1Mlcco She has always been healthy and happy. mouldings of all patterns a specialty.

can they be raised for home use ? What state they are grown on a large scale for Sebastian 3Ft. 1 its But brightness.now a change Her comes.step loses Her its eye spring.loses When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us.

vegetables are mostly raised for market, shipment to northern markets, where Pierce 6 Banyan 2 The color fades from her cheek. Frequently
Eden 2Ft. White City 2Woodley she is compelled to lie down and
and what is the general price for them
they usually bring good prices, particularly Drum 1 1Tnos. rest. She is in constant pain. She looks
in home markets ? Can two crops of the first shipments. dreadingly down the calendar toward the

anything be on one piece of land M. S. Sams Johnson hour when the burden of motherhood will
grown The cost of land, Improved or unimprovod be laid upon her. She, too, needs help. THE SOUTHERN FUEL Company.
the same year ? Are sugarcane, rice and depends upon the quality and Sec. pro tern. Chairman, But she too suffers silently, because she

cotton grown extensively ? Do flowers the nearness to town or transportation Democratic Ex. Com. cannot speak and open the door to such

grow well in Florida, and In what part ? lines. The pilce will, under such conditions modesty questions revolts or such at. examinations And yet all this as suffering her Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement

Is the raising of bees for honey carried range from $5 to $100 for improved 4(100 ltewanl, $100.Dkak is, as has been said, unnecessary, ,
on successfully and does it well because to match modesty of speech there
yield and for unimproved from $1.23up is modesty of faring.
and pay well ? Do strawberries do well, to $25 per acre, or more, depending, The readers of this paper will be There is one j7uy sician who has fully met Yitrifled Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
and are they profitable ? Is hunting pleased to learn that there Is at least one the needs of modest women by offering
as before stated, on quality and situ dreaded disease that science has been absolute confidence in hearing absolute

and fUliing allowed at all seasons of the ation. able to cure in all its stages and that iscatarrh. confidence in consultation combined with 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telephone 202.J. .
year, and what kind of is there to absolute competence in treatment. His
Hunting and fishing are both controlled Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only remarkable discoveries and the way in
hunt P What is the price of land, improved positive cure now knowu to tho medical General .
by game and fish laws, which you which he has met woman's peculiar needs K. MUNNERLYN, Manager.A
and unimproved, and what is the find out fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional has made Dr. K. V. Pierce (chief consulting
cost of land ? can easily upon Inquiry when disease, requires h constitutional physician to the Invalids' Hotel and
clearing you come here.As treatment. Hairs Catarrh Cure is taken Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, N. Y.), the
Please send some literature relative to ilio blood friend and confidant of tens of thousands I Invite your Attention to my Complete Stock of
to the time it takes to clear upland Internally, acting directly upon of modest In
women. over thirty
the questions tasked, and we will appreciate and mucous surfaces of the system, years
that will depend, to a great extent experience with female disorders of every
it. Youis respectfully, thereby destroying the foundation of tlio possible type, treating them to the number -HARDWARE *-
upon the character of the growth covering disease, and giving the patient strength of hundreds of thousands, Dr. Pierce haa
it, and more upon the industry and by building up the constitution and assisting been brought into relation with every form*
push of the man who does the work. nature In doing its work. The of feminine weakness, feminine peculiarity Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware, Graniteware -
Agricultural Department proprietors have so much faith in Its and feminine disease. Where a doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, ice cream
Yes, flowers do well here. They grow curative powers, that they offer One local practitioner has experimented and freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, garden tools,
State or Florida, everywhere, In all sections and all localities Hundred Dollais for any case that It failed and with advice ten cases have Dr.gone Pierce's'staight discoveries to the plows and harrows, paints and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry netting

commissioner's officr, and each In its turn and favorite fails to euro. Send for list of testimonials. root and cured ten thousand. Every variation and barbed wire,
Tallahassee. F. J. CHENEY & CO., of symptomatology is known to this
situation attain Harrison Bros' Reatlv Mixed. Paints.
a degree of perfection,
Toledo, O.03T life-long specialist. The presence of complications
-, Fair Oaks, Ind. beauty, brilllanoy, and perfect form, Sold by druggists, 75c. that confuse and baffle the ordinary Please "Write ine for Prices. i re i>ectfuiiy solicit a pottlonlof -
Sir: Your letter of recent date seen In no other land. The world calls practitioner are every day experiences your patronage. Mail Urders given Prompt and Careful Attention, and inquiries tor
and every day successes to him. prices answered promptly.
received, nnd in addition to this brief reply our state the "Land of Flowers," and General Greely'a 378 Day* of Death. His medical discoveries and his confidential 3vr. an. onuuEn.,

to your several questions, will Bend you would say so, too, could you to-day fatherly advice, are to-day the only

you, under sepnrate cover, a package of take a look at its cultivated gardens or The true story of those 278 days of harbors woman to which can turn weak for, hopeless help and, unfortunate get itntnetyseven West Palm Beach, Fla.

printed matter that will, In a goneral its beautiful woodlands decked in their Buffering by Grecly's heroic little band times out of every hundred.
way, give much information about Those who turn to him experience at once,
you gorgeous array of autumnal bloom.If of explorers in the Arctio region lias instead of a skirmishing with symptoms,
Florida In other ways than Is contained there Is anything further desire been told by General Greely himself, for a banishing of suffering. His "Favorite
In your questions. With reference to you Prescription not only removes all painful Magnolia Grocery.. ..
the first time for the October Ladles'
to know that I can help you in, let me female irregularities but acts directly
your question concerning profitable Home Journal. For years General Greely on the delicate organs that suffer in the Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
crops, I understand you mean field has kept an unbroken silence about his strain and stress connected with mother

crops. All the field crops grown here The fearful experience and that of his companions hood.. Pierce It supplies is at vital all times force ready and energy.Dr. to give. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES

are profitable, to the extent that it pays of life mystery and as they dropped dead one by advice, free of charge,to those who employ

better to grow them than to purchase death has pus- one at his side, and It was only after the his remedies. Address him as above. Butterine, 14cts. per pound.

thorn, but if you refer to money crops sled wise man.many The a greatest persuasion that the famous explorer Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please you.

commodities those that have then value cotton as, rice commercial, tobacco alchemists searched o in fold was induced to write the Btory. COMMON EVIL. 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

and sugarcane products bring more vain for somecombination Telephone No. 255.
of Nature haa given us two ears, two '
to the farmer than drugs Rockledoe, Fla., Aug. 22, 08.
money other field that
eyes and but one tongue, to the end that
crops. The prices of butter and would prolong Editor Indian River Advocate:
eggs life indefinite we should hear and soe more than wespeak.
run pretty pear the same throughout ly. Commonsense Socrates. Considering you published a' piece of EASY RIDING.

tho season, there is usually a greater demand chemistry poetry upon mosquitoes from a lady at
and medical All the time and speed when
for eggs duiing the winter months, science havecombined THE VICTORY rests with America's Stuart, In last week's Advocate, will want It is a great feature off you

but a fair average for the year Is about this ia greatest medicine, Hood's Sarsaparilla, you please also publish the following,

twenty cents per dozen. Butter has a show man the way to a long and age healthy to when It battles against any diseaso which is short and to the point : The
caused or promoted by impure or impoverished
standard value of
twenty-five cents per There are people who chatter and chatter
pound to the farmer the Common sense teaches that a man should blood.HOOD'S When I only want lo be still.
year through. not over-work or over-worry, that he should They make me aa mad iu m. hatter; Here are some Keating points for your consideration:
Live stock is usually sold in the country take ample time for bis meals, for resting With Ire my bosom they till.
and for recreation and that TILLS are the favorite family The Frame makes It
sleep he should
at so much per head, nogs sell ut from not neglect the little ills of; life, because cathartic. Easy to take, easy to operate.pound. There Of thing are people* that 1 who don't gabble want and to hear gabble; STRONG.
$1 to $5 per head, according to size and they are the precursors of serious and fatal They martyr me ao with their babble
breed. Corn-fattenod for maladies. Chemistry has enabled men to I wish them in tome other ephere. The Construction makes it
ready make combinations of drugs that were imSossible To polish brown boots there Is no
market bring more, and they nre sold by in the days of the alchemists,- better preparation than melted beeswax There Like are" people clattering who carkle and cuckle, DURABLE.
many geese.
the pound. Stock cattle, such as are science has taught when, how and applied with a clean cloth nnd well rubbed Till i wish each tongue hail a shackle The Bearings give it
why combinations of drug* should 801 might bare alienee and peace.O .
commonly used for beef, sell on an he used. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery in. SPEED.

average for from $3 to $12 per head, but ie the most valuable of all health- ,Your gossips meaningless,that never jabber arequiet.forego; The Double Roller Chain
restoring medicines, and the
milch-cows or dairy cattle sell at from Its first work is upon the fountain-head most effective.of A Narrow Escape. If Your you will friends rnnsent will but be legion to try, I it,kn MAKES IT FLT.Up .

$25 to $100 a head, depending upon life the stomach. A man who has a weak
and impaired stomach and who does not Thankful words written bv Mrs. AdaE. Yours truly, hill, down hill, on the tour, road or track
qualities of breed, etc Sheep are usually preperly digest hi* food will soon find that Hart, of Groton, S. D. "Was taken Orange Grower. <-
It has No
from $1.50 to $3 per head; If butchered hi*"blood has become weak and impover with a bad cold which settled on my Equal.

the price I. fifteen to twenty cent, per, \V? & *lm*%& lungs; cough finally terminated in Con Send for Catalogue.KEATING.

Stock-raising is very profitable medicine makes the stomach at rone facil sumption. Four doctors gave me up. The Bosa. WHEEL COMPANY,
for all purposes, and is an Industry itates the flow of digestive juices, restores saying I could live but a short time. I Aunt Mary Ian'.t that your mother Middletown Conn.
the loat myself to Saviour determined
appetite, make* assimilation per gave up my ,
which offers exoellent Inducements for fect, invigorates the liver and purifies and If I could not stay with my friends on oalllngyou. Tommy?
Investment. As to the fruits that do enriches the blood It is the great blood- earth, I would meet my absent ones Tommy Yes'm,
maker, flesh-builder and nerve tonic. It above. My husband waa advised to Aunt Mary Well, why don't you [Remember the
well In Florida, I can, with perfect proprietary makes mctfVtrong ia body, active in mind get ? Advocate, Titus Jfo Cure Sfo Pay.
Dr. New answer
that their number and and cool in judgment.It King's Discovery for consumption viUe, does all kinds of job printing. Give
*say docs not make flabby fat, but solid, coughs and colds. I gave it a trial, Tommy Oh, what's the use? Papa us a share of your work.] That Is the way all druggists sell
variety Is practically without limit. muscular flesh, nerve force and vital en.ergy. took In all eight bottles. It has cured isn't at home today. Chicago News.Thn GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TOM<
Every section of the state produces some All medicine dealers setl itJ. mo, and thank God I am saved and now Duckleii's Arnica Snlve. for Malaria, Chilis and Fever. '
fruit that Is not found in other sections, W. tardea." Ksq of Corbin. Whitley Co., a well and healthy woman." Trial bottles Chief Tople, simply Iron anil Quinine In a tasteless
Ky write* : About two and a half free
year ago at F. S. Chaffee's
but the state as a whole, produces every I waa takes with severe psns In the cheat, began drug store. "We girls have a club that meets The best Salve In the world for cuts, form. Children love It. Adults prefer
to (pit up blood, was troubled with nightweata Regular size 60o and fl.Ott. Guaranteed bruises It to bitter nauseating tonics. Price, **
twice week sores ulcers salt rheum ,
fruit known to grew within the bounds and waa so short winded that I could or price refunded. a to discuss the war. fever
of the United States and multitudes of hardly walk half a mile. Tried Dr. Merca-e "Ah I You ought to be pretty well sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
Golden Medical Discovery and bava improved. Informed on the corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively
ethers, representing country and both In strength and wei Greater subject. Piles Madarlon la devoid of bitter taste.
every progress has been made In No cures or no pay required.
The medietas dealer who we always get into a light on
elime on the globe. Oranges thrive best substitute is think log of the larger antes profit some I I o nance during the past 35 years than T I the pronunciation of the names. Cinof It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Cures Chills and Fever; acta on the liter

1st that portion of the state east of the he'll make and not your best good. | during the preceding five centuries. cinnati Enquirer. or money refunded. Price 25c. per and regulates the system generally-
box. For sale
by F. S. Chaffee & Co. All Druggists.



Professional Cards.kosob NOTICE. Joe Fisher lots 2, 4, block E, Fisher's addition 88

Steve Ellis |t 3, block E, Fisher's addition 1 75 HODGES & GODFREY

P AI Fisher lots 2, 4," K, . 59 ,
M. Bobbins. Waltir 8. GkabAm.OBBINS S A Barfteld lot 3, 1 40

A GRAHAM, Notice Is hereby given that tile following described lands will bo sold at public Phoenix Mills lot bounded north by Lemon street, south Manufacturers of ?!

auction on the 6th day of September, A, D. 181)8, at the door or the Town Council by Broad street, west by Enlg street,

ATTORNETS-AT-LAW, Rooms, In the Town of Tltusvllle, county of Brevard, suite of Florida, or so much east by street not yet named, known as Yellow Pine Lumber
thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount duo the Town of Titusvlllo for Factory stroet . 12 80I
fficb Hours: From 10 to 12 a. m., taxes herein set opposite to the same, together with costs of such sale and advertising WARawls north 212 feet of lot 30, block 34, plat In ,
and 2 to 4 p. m.Titusvillb : book I, pane 505 nOl'OU A DRE89KD, ''fi

Brevard Co., Florida. D. B. PRITCHARD, Tax Collector. E B Bishop block 43, described in deed book I, page 506 Or njt It ox 1I
O. Bo*, 108. E G Harris south 11 acres of lot 1, described In deed Krult Crntos.I.umlwr .
Will practice in 11 the courts state and fed book O, page 288
E G Harris. (t llv roil st any part nf Inrilnn River .9
Am't.Taxes.. t
{Special facilities for examining and perfect- part of northeast ){, deed book on tttrmiirh hill of Iniltnic. Anyone nonteiuplAftin -
Inland titles.TXOK OWNER All In O, page 288W If hiillitina on Urn Kiixt Count, would do w ll to
See. 3 S. ,13 E.
township range A K utch write itrioes.
lot 0, Jtorrows/ addition for The Hnwnitll In sttuuteit on tlte)
Gardner A Emmerson south-half of west-half lot 1, block A $ 3 20 J., T. A K. W. Ity., II miles south of Palatka.Sntstinnii .

| S. JONES, unknown lot 1, Wager's sub-dtv of lots 3, 4, 5, 0, All in Section 33, Township 21 South, Kango 33 East.C Hlglits, lutiinni co., Fla.

block A 5 00 II Watson southeast comer block 1,. Rico's addition. .

ATTOKNETATLAW.ITTTSVILLE Indian River Loan A Im- lot 3, Wager's sub-tilv of lots 3, 4, 3, 0, L 1) Lockard northeast corner block 1, "
provement Co block A 5 00 Wm Smith block 2, Rice's addition Choice . .

BREVARD CO., FLA. Mrs Jessie Wager lot 0, Wager's sub-div of lots 3, 4, 3, G, L M Price block 3 and south half of block 0, Rice's Wines
block AEB 18 00 addition Liquors

County Judge of Brevard County. Wager lot 4, Wager's sub-div of lots 3, 4, 5, tf, Howell Titus north half of block 0, Rico's addition . and Cigars.iiiai'iintcod .
block A 3 50 E II Holten northeast corner of block 7, Rico's add. .

L. GAULDEN, Co V of lots 31, CO, block A 23 80 Steve Ellis south-J of block I), Sold lit reduced
Elliot Titus n| of lot 1, except north 20-ft Wager's sub Howell Titus 100-ft square block 11, prices

ATTORXET-AT-LAW div of lots 3, 4, 5, 0, block It 3 50 E 11 Hico nj of block 1, nil blocks 4, 5, wj block 7, ilTokuy
Town of Tltusvllle n 20-ft lot 1 Wager's sub-div of lots 3, 4, 3, part blk 8, all blk lOexo to Flood, blkII Import*
Will practice In all the Courts of the State OblockBII 3 10 exo to Titus, all blk 12, Rice's ave ,
r Florida, and the United States Courts.P. T Titus lot 2 Wugor's sub-div of lots 3, 4, 5, 0, blk IID 3 00 J P Turner south part lot 5, block II, Colomau's add . from Italy.

O. Box, 238. TITUSVUXE, FLA. W Tuttlo ni lots 5, Wager's sub-div of lots 3,4, 3, J P Turner lots 4, ft, block C,
Money to Loan. i jT OblockB 8 70 unknown lot 0, block C, John B. Togni ,
II N Nolle lots 3 20 J P Turner lots 7 8 9 block *
si 5, 0, LeBaron map of Titusvlllo, blk BD , 0. Metropolitan Saloon, 12t: Kust Day St..
W Tuttle lots 7. 8, and u| lots !>, 10, block CS 4 03 J P Turner lots 12, 13,

GOLDSMITH, J Norton south-half of east-half lot 2, block DDuren 3 20 AI E Titus north-i block 1, Titus' addition JACKSONVILLE, FLOIUDA.WHoleNHlft .
north-half !3 30 Howell Titus south-i block 1 "
A Feaster of west-half lot 2, block DM Mini Iti'tutl
E Titus west-half lot 7, block E 3 20 Theo Titus all block 2, "

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Indian River Loan & Improvement Howell Titus all block 3, >
Co east 00-ft lots 8, 10, block FJ 0 00 Annie E Titus lot 1, block 4, The Largest and Most Complete s

'itusvllle, Florida.J. A Coleman north strip lot I, block OJ 3 20 L M Bowman lots I, 5, block 4, Establishment South.GEO. .
A Coleman south strii> lot 1, block (JG 3 20 W It Wolfe lots 8, 0, block 4, "

A Montgomery part lot ties, in deed book M, p OHO, lot 1, 1) W Tuttlo lots 1, 2, 3, block 0, Titus' addition S. HACKER & SON
block GL 12 20 W H Myers lot 3, block 0, ,

WEBB, A Coloman wj of lot 2, des. in deed book II, page 301, DW Tuttlo lots 0, 7, 8, 9, 10, blk 0 ' '

lot 2, block GD 0 30 Annett Cleveland lot 1, block 8, ' . .
ATTORNEV-AT-LAW, W Tuttle lotl, block IIM L B Iliglow . lots 2, 3, I, 0, 7, 10 blk 8 ' "
E Gruber lot 2 north lS-ft Turknett lot ft, block 8 ' '
Will practice in the Courts *. lot 4 block KB ,
Circuit. Taxes paid for of the 7th K Wilson lots 5 and block KA W W Tozer blocks I, 2, 3, I, 5, 0, w} blk 7, Carpentci's

rents and accounts collected.Pitusville nonresidentsud T Feaster lots 1 and 2, block L. addition I) 30Intelllffeiit
M E Titus south-half of west-half, block LIt
Florida.O. L Lockard north-half of west-half block L

Theo Titus lots 3, 4, Leltarron's map of old block 3. . InntruAtlon."I .
M E Titus lot 7, Leltarron's of old block
FRIES map don't quite understand the latent HORSES AND HORSEMEN.In .
C. E. lots 2 and 4
Mrs J 13 Harrison east sub-div of block 4Gustavo "
ixerclno have given the kiug, remarked
Moslng lots 0 and 8, 4Lizzie yon
COUNTY SURVEYOR. F Hice lot l east sub-div of block 4At the Spanish queen. the flowery kingdom of China tho

C Weiser lot 10, east sub-div of block 4 / "You moan the one. in which ho solects horses are. mounted from tho right side.A .

Land legally surveyed and subdivided.Japping Pace A Doyle lot 2, block 0M a number and proceeds to count full brother to Curlyle Cnrno will

neatly done. Estimates for Goldsmith north-half lot 5, block 0F rapidly backward?" inquired tho tutor."Yes. start in races of tho Oregon circuit this
W Emmerson lotl, block 8S "
,,11 kinds of engineering works. Disputed G Vanlandingham lot 3, block "That's to discipline his mind bo year. Doors Sash Blinds

lines a specialty.rrrusviLLE II J Barksdale lot 7, block I) that he can at all times keep account of Boone Wilson, 2:13, who broke. n> ,

E B Wager lots 13, 15, 10, 21, 23 Wager's sub-div of lots the number of ships in his navy. number of Indiana state records several
Brevard Co., Florida.IVm. 3, 4, 3, U, block A Washington Star.At years ago, is once moro in training. Moulding & Building .

Theo Titus lot 3, block 17 Palo Alto's recent addition, Atulanta,
8 II Ray lot 7, block 10 A Warorooms. King, opposite
sister to Beautiful Hells, will bo bred
Scott. Gordon R. Buoomk.COTT Howell Titus lotl, 12E the lMntUt's. Cannon Street.Charleston 'n
to Monaco siro ot tho Idolita.
2-yoar-old -
& BROOME B Wager part lot 3, block 12, described in deed book
S. C.
W, page 11)3 ,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Theo Titus lotl, block 13Brevard Tuty Wilkes made a new state record

County Abstract of of 2:114: juicing, over a half mile Sash Weights Cord and
(over Bank) Title Co lotl, 14 .- track at the Jackson (Alien.) meeting ,

tfiaml, Florida. Theo Titus lots 2 and 8, block 14.D last week. Hardware.
W Tuttle lots 2 and 10, 10.
Theo Titus lot 12, 10. Walter Mabuu had one of his wrMs

W. M E Stewart lot 2, 17. broken in u collision at tho Oakland Window and Fancy Glass ..A

JjEORQE ALLEN, TE Hall lots, 17. (Cul.,) meeting Juno 28. Ho was driving

SI E Titus }ot0, 18. Polo at tho time. A SPECIALITY.Thaoc .

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Annie Jackson lot 8, 19. Joseph Bailey, tho Texas congressman

Cey West, Florida. E B Wager lot 1)), 19. has sent a 5-year-old bay mure, by
E Gory south half of lot 10, block 10
Wilkes Dick Curtis who
Guy to ,
Will practice in the United States Howell Titus lot 11, block 11)M <
pd State Courts. 0jun05JR. C Weiser lot 8, block 20W she will muko a breadwinner.Crumpy Mir

R Wolfe lots 2 and 3, block 22 Coo, a Welsh bred pony

unknown lot 4, block 22 owned by Peter Clapham, Manchester,

F. H. HOUGHTON, unknown lot 3, England, won the handicap at Liverpool
Ella M Harris lot 0, June 20. The winner is a thickset
lot 7 "
unknown ,
cob.F. .
DENTIST.J.iytona unknown lot 8, ' Mark* 1
unknown lot !), Hutchinson Galloney, Borwyu, Designs
unknown lot 12, Ph., captured two blue, tlireo red and Copyright* Ac.Anrnns '
sketch may
annriliiK n nc nesnrlptlnn
Florida. Poyntz A Nolle all block 23 one yellow ribbons with his geldings aillokly KMtinrfatn our opinion free whether ait. r1
lot 2, block 23Jas AlcKusick tho Invention la prohnhlr imtnntHhle. roninmnloa.tlinaalrl
Howell Titus Silvertowu aud at Devon Byrd lots 10. H "nd 12, block 23 (Pu. ) horso show. sent free. Iflflent; IiprrUU fur neimrlnir patents.
ALP1I E. SMITH, M. D. lotl block Patents taken tlirousli Munn A Co, reuolie
unknown notice, without olinrne, In th
The opening day of tho Alichlgan and
unknown lot 2, block 21!
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. C II Watson lot 3, block 20D "Yon'U be a good little girl and take Indiana circuit at Jackson, Atlcli., Billy Scientific American.A .

W Tuttle." lots (land 7, block 2(1( the gas, won't you, Kitty?" II, lowered the track record from handsomely lllnntratmt weeklr. J. ni .t Hr.eolation .

Specialist in Genital, Urinary an Rectal Theo Titus lots 2 ftn'l 11, block 28 "Oh, mammy, mayn't 1 have electrio' 2:14 made-last year by Cleveland S, four of months anr snletitiHo, IU Mold Journal bf all, newnriaalera.MUNN Terms.JM eTeari .>
Diseases. unknown lts 1 an New fork
& Co."IBM"d '
lot -
2 block
John S Schoffield 29D t i in AI Hatchings'stablo
Located at Placide Hotel by Clay, * HU Ws.hlo.itoo, II. 0.
W Tuttle lot *, 5 and block 29.. Ureuuh UCIloe, ,
They Hut Mob."She seems to have the makiag of a
""Jacksonville J lot 3. block 30
Mary Terry
Florida. Theo Titus lots 0, 8, 10, 11, block 30PS trembled liku a fawn, whispered really fust trotting stallion in him,

Titus lots 7, 12, block 30 .'. the man in the second puw beyond judging from tho way ho finished at Co*

Pineapple, Orange and Lemon Howell Titus lotO, block 30 the whito ribbon as the bride swept lumbus u close second in the 2:40: trot

Theo Titus lots 1, 2, C, 7, block 31 down the nixie in 2:10: >B. Horseman.APHORISMS..

Land For Sale, Cheap.I Howell Titus lots 0,10, 12, block 31PS Thq, woman who wept Ixinido him

Titus lot 11, block 31Thoo laughed scornfully. At weddings women .

have for sale 80 acres of pineapple Titus lots 1, 2, 3, block 32Lizzie often laugh and cry at the same time."Go .

lad on St. Lucie river, a few miles beow J Tucker Jot 4, block 82HB on, sho protested. "Nobody Candor is tho brlghtost gem of criticism.
0 block
Eden, 40 of which being northeast Archibald Jot 32 ever sow a fawn tremblo like that. Sho Disraeli.In .
>ot block
luarter of northeast quarter of section unknown lot 8 n., block 32D 32HO acts as if she hadn'troheursed ono bit. business throe things are necessary,
lie township other 40 38 is, south the northeast of range 41 quarter east; W Tuttlo ,ot8 11, 10, 18, Bobbins A Graham add. And then, being invited to the breakfast knowledgo, temper and tiiuo. Feltham.A .
lots 40 47 50 Bobbins Graham add. 9 00 after the ceremony, sho burst into
>f southeast quarter of section 3, Airs T B Blglow brava man is sometimes a desperado
1 1;' 1 40 Detroit Journal.
unknown Joynerville more tours.
township 38, south of range 41 east. but a bully is always a coward.Ualiburton. .
n+ lot 11 1 40
The above land can be bought for $10er AJHIppard .
> It is suitable for A J Patch ?* '?' "' 1 40 Ills Lawn. VIGOROUS.
acre. pineapple WEAK MEN MADE
>range, lemon or lime growing. T W Lund ,ot 1" Joynerville addition 1 4(1( Hicks You'vo got a beantifnl place Men resemble the gods in nothing so

Will bo sold In lots of 40 acres, for Bobbins & Graham si lot 10, ,\ ont here. Such a benntlful lawn I much as in doing good to their fellow

:ash. This land will soon be worth t50I'ei unknown Jot 18, ' /! Wicks Yes, but 1 don't enjoy it. creatures. Cicero.
: : : :
J D Davis lts ,!, 20, wi lot 21, Joynervillo add
few wild Jiuasts
acre. You see that fellow sitting on that There are moro to be
21 31
Apply to C. n. Walton, Advocate Carrie W Suttrwaight Jots'' , piazza smoking? Well, Hint's tho way dreaded than a talking man having
J J Box Jot .
office: or to Bobbins A Graham Titusdlle -
tf unknown lot 0, sub-div of lot 30unknown. ho sits every evening, watching me push nothing to suy. Swift.Alore !>' 0Y. S'-IWf. I '"D Y. e7"0AY

. > westof lot 37Ed the lawn mower. It makes iikj mad firm and euro tho hand of cour- WhatPEFFER'S HERVIGORDiJ!

EdmunBOn lot 3 sub-div of lots 38, 'fl), 40, 41, 42, Joy clean through. He has tho benefit of the ago strikes when it obeys the watchful ItCI* iMjwnrfuJIjr anil quickly. C"r wli n llrtthorw

nerville addition lawn and does nothing, while I have to eye of caution. Thompson. fnil. *Yonnii nivn i"ifi.n lout iiiniihonilt< *oltjiiiiih

Watts Belamy lot 3, sub-div of lots 38, 39, 10, 41, 42, Joy shave it every other duy, besides puying Words aro liko leaves, and where nntticil renuvHi tal'urit youthful fDrrf vltror.> .AbBoliittrly), I* *at W ItMlllltnj .ii
nerville addition ten >jrv Nltrhciir fn imutnna l itFoivntt
taxes on it. Boston Transcript + ( > * Kulllii Memory vVtftatlntf III*
they most abound much fruit of hcunobeueuth f *
Mary Wilbur ''ot 2i :'i Rerdell's addition vuhii anil alt effrrti / *lf abut* ttr mve $e uii'l4n
is rarely found.Pope.. n. Wnrtl* otf ln (inlty n .
J C Bennett Jot
High Light*. Ixm't IttKlrntrtfiNt impuM a w irthl t uh.jtitui* onymi
unknown. Jot 7, " Nature often enshrines gallant aud riscnim, ft ytrthl* n ur*nttr nf>ttl. Input on h rInif
lot 2 The true art of memory is inattention I'KKrKli'M NH1IVIOOK. or *tr It,
AAStewart J noble hearts in weak bosoms, oftenest, Cnn t>*t uarrltMl In v nt tHH-httt. .frupaitl plnln wrap*
unknown Jot 14, to facts which are not in our line.A per. p r box. op O fur !, witb /%. roaitlvrltton *
God bless her in woman's breast.
\% 4in rant i to Our* or H ftinJ thMtiniy.
E B Wagor ot B, roan is not reully valuable to the Dickens.Talkativenesa. PamuhlMt rri* .8ol [00TT0N0FT unknown . : *ot '" world until he ceases to think he is.A l-JutVclt JiKUlC\Al4e* tf'lira thlCMfo, 1118oM
with her first sweetheart always hat another pluguo at-
unknown J5 girl
./. IJ. Hcre n. only.
> SEINE TWINES.A unknown .lot 17, thinks she invented falling In love. cached to it, even curiosity, for praters by

twine. unknown . lot 18, Experience is expensive, but we need wish to hear much that they may have

Perfect sTypoeoN A A Stewart . lot 22, not tell all the neighbors what it costs much to say, Plutarch.If .
CABLE CORDS and MACRAMC.E Badford Godfrey . lot 23,
us. we could read the Secret history of
. lot 24, Rerdell's addition Royal-tansy pills
A A Stewart.
EMORY JOHNSON, owe., a - .. ktes.MOODUS. Howell Titus . lot 23, Never put off today's work until tomorrow. our enemies, we should find in each

CONN.FERRY'S. . lot 20 i Somebody may want you togo man's life sorrow and suffering enough NKMrniSt-OVKHY. WrVFH TAILS.A .
E L DupontK > new,reliable ami safe reilaf for.up.
PSammls . lot 30, < to a plcnia to disarm all hostility. Longfellow. preyed, aiiMMilve, scanty or palofulmen.turaclon.
.Hue aeml ey ov r s ,o<*e)
Airs L B Blglow. lots 37, 38 i 9 4 *)* Many a man who can talk beantifnl l 4l *. ln lMore( a th.w oriraue. Il .
unknown . lot 42, Itl English never says anything worth remembering. POINTED PARAGRAPHS. '.ef SS Saa pnr eeeae boa, email tMl atlea po* .1.Jfeinepaper. HenS

uoknowD . lot 52, ....... Chicago Record.trt .aalwl In plain wrapper.. ISwiitl *o In.lamps
< for partlmilar. PlolS fcf Inval
unknown . lot 83, Lack of cash causes more poverty than ', nsl ,.relilrto PFr.'KH MFU1.a .
lot 50 as OCIATIU.i(. Ckkieve, 1U.Soltl .
Sallie J Yard ,
sl Mo anything else.It .

SH unknownunknown Ray ,, .. lot lot 59 01),, "" uI. "I remember, I remember" the la easier to fall in love than it is to by J. B. Screven, only.

lot 84, little boy on the country acboolhousa crawl out of it.

\ unknown .lot67, platform began, and then be stuck. The Love turns the crank and wealth lubricates
HB Archibald est .Iot08, poem had gone completely. The boy ho the axle. The Advocate Is still giving away,
S .IOU60.70" hated most began tittering. The occasion free, tobacco seed of the finest grade.
anious Seeds ; Mrs L B BlglowA lots 71 to 117 Inclusive, Rerdell's addition. was becoming crlticaL Tkn little Some men jump their ball In ordor to Call and get some, with Instructions for

.Aslt tbs) dealir tor them. Send for A Stewart lot D, Rerdell's addition boy, with a grand rally and a flash of save time they would otherwise have toserve. Its cultivation.jy .

L risnys stto armuacVl D T GerowP .lot 1, block A, Fisher's addition inspiration, pulled from his pocket his .
and v.tall that's ood and( M Fisher. lots 5, 6 and 1, block A, Fisher's addition.. The man who sita around and brags
red white and blue (and black
rti* r new the latent and Joe Fisher lot* 1, 3, 5, f and 7, block B, ' .. more or AH communications for this paper
beat. of his is tJLe first to break
the i
(ay Cv less) handkerchief, shouted and woo adup bravery man
lot 2 block B Fisher's addition should be addressed "Tn Advocate
RWAhVI ** HT CO..] John MyersP the woods in Chi.cago .
time of
Detroit Mick. AI Fisher lota 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, block D, Fisher's addition. with"I remember the Alaiae. Indianapolis for danger. Tltusrllle, Fla." This -will Insure Immediate

SH Bay lot 1, block E, Fisher's addition JournaL News. attention.


r portions of the forms, tracks, etc., in view of the probable SAYE MONEY And Bny From
the during large year
INDIAN RIYER ADY0C4TE. 4- prices to come. travel to Daytona this winter.Rev. .
is higher by $10 per share than is an item not always taken into
Mr. Evans, of Pensacola, preached
when the war began, foreign exchange account in estimating the cost of at the Kingston church last Sunday.C. TAIv E3 IB. BOTJRS
1 ITttlLT JODKXll. DITOTID TO THE CITILOrMUNT Bhows weakness, London work actually done. ,
OV TUB INDIAN H.IVKU, Ull balance The tax of bad roads will become S. Hunt, of Asbury Park, N. J., has
SKOTIOMS.PUHL18HKD buying 45,000 shares on taken the Stanley house for next season.
WORTH AMD for the week, and there is prospect constantly harder to bear as Win Grain Feed Garden Seeds Flour
The Halifax is alive with tarpon. Hay
of the United States are
of in the people ,
EVKBY FKIDAY.Chabibs of further imports gold payment Rogers brought in one over six feet long ,
for the great crops now going brought into keener competition a perfect beauty.L. .
with the cheap productions of other Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.
H. Walton. Eilltor T. Travick, who cut Isaiah Collier,
agricultural countries. The has been bound over to await the action

Discontinuance of advtn, miiHt lie made personally The election to be held in this continuous improvement in transportation of the criminal court. Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; ITarmless tobeast. ni inFl

at till*ofllce or by writing. state next November will, in importance facilities, both by rail The president of the State Christian Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations.
and water, is steadily opening our Endeavor Society is to be here to-day,
be second only to a presidential
to ChablbsH. where labor is this evening.Qiiincy Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVIUk
Check,etc,may be made payable contest, and the minds of markets to countries and will probably speak A
Walton,publisher and proprietor cheaper and in many cases where Summagers, formerly of Tallahassee
the will be given more to
people and the died this morning of lung trouble.
roads are better, agriculture Try a
affairs since they are not of
Address all communications to political of this country will not long He was In his seventieth year. P. E. McMURRAY
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, now so absorbed with exciting stand a needless tax equal to one- The beach Is getting very full of summer OUR $$25.00 OSE

Titusviiab, Florida.TJ. news from the seat of war. The fourth the value of its products. residents, and the Seaside Inn, under &
issues, the trend, and the opportunity the Herbert E. Smith's management, is full HORSE FARM
Let us arouse ourselves to
are with the democratic to overflowing.Chas. .
S. I>epnrtmcnt of Agriculture need of road improvement
with united elfort good great Titusville, was in
Fla. party, and II. Walton, of WAGOH.Micco.
Jupiter, and for state aid. .
liiirenu legislate
Wcatlicr short while on Monday morning,
candidates, and a wise policy, we town a
can elect the state ticket, both looking after his piinting plant and calling Axles, 11 Tires, Patent wheels, double box, shafts and Spring Scat.

The following is a comparative statement branches of the legislature, and a TERRITORIAL ACQUISITION. upon friends. Bicycles, Sundiies, etc.
has been and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
of temperature and rainfall for the of the congressional dele Our baker. T. G. Lindberg, Main
ending Tuesday, Aug. 23, 1S0K. majority confined to the house for so me days, suffering
week 1808DATE. 1807MAX. gation.We Daytona, Fr.A., Aug. 2.1,1808. from the result of a kick of his

MAX.rt MIN. MI If.7H. Editor Indian River Advocate. horse. The NewSelden
7' 87 receipt of a snakes, a large
17IS 88 77 acknowledge Allow me to congratulate you on the City Beautiful is haviug
fo 74 88 81 copy of the August edition of Outdoors stand you take in the Advocate of the rattler having been killed right in front

10 81 72 75 8!) 70 and In, published by the 10th Inst., in the editorial headed "Is of Col. Post's store. Rumor says he
85 eleven
2') feet long and had Door
candle ? was over eight
7:1: 88 78 Outdoors and In Publishing Co., the game worth the Cypress Company
21 8TMl 89 711 It Is to the point, and drives the nail rattles to jingle.
75 creditable ,
22 of New York. It is a very
75 1)1 70 everv time. Your arguments why Quite a large party will leave here for
2:1: 8U 2.49 Inches number, and is very much improved United States should not attempt to acquire the G. A. It. re-union in Cincinnati.

Total rainfall for normal the week rainfall: for the in many ways since the last more territory, especially in the They are trying to get a through car,
Departure from is interspersed far-away Philippine islands, are convincing of making the trip, the steam to
1.30 inches. Departure we received. The magazine and anyone thinking Opened October 1st, 1800, tuined on
week: plus to any one who has given the write to Capt. Douglass on
had better
from normal rainfall Hince January with a number of good matter any thought, and the only objection the subject.C. One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door Sash Blind
minus I0.cs Inches.J. engravings, the reading matter being I can suggest to your editorial is ,
W.-Cuonk, Obnerver. also varied and exceedingly interesting there is not enough of it. O. Wehner'8 horse became frightened
; and it is needless to add You may also, I think, safely double at the train a day or two" ago,Mark and and General Wood Working Plants in the United States,
your estimate of the additional expense "went away from that place, as
One hundred and that if its present record is kept that would have to be borne by our people Twain would express it. He cleared the And with experienced management, (covering a past experience oi ugh'
TITUSVILLE. south of Jackson up its success is assured. Outdoors should the policy of annexing such fence in style, but he made ducks and years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the impossible
ville. Ik the county seat of Itrevard. lbis and In comprises 182 pages territory, inhabited by such people, or drakes of the buggy.We material and workmanship at our hands. Our production mil ,,,\f

the head of navigation on the famous this month, very neatly and systematically making us responsible in any way for are trying to be cheerful and keep Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, olass, cuCHAS.
Indian ltiver, and is in the orange, pineapple Mr. George them, be adopted by the government of up our spirits. Dance at City Beautiful
and vegetable section of the East arranged by the United States. Strike again, Mr. on Monday evening; ditto at the
Const. It has five white churches, good Loutrel Lucas, a former prominent Editor, you have the people with you. Armory Tuesday; Hayseed ball on
schools, residences and stores, tannin and highly-respected resident of Yours respectfully, Thursday, and the regular hops at the N. WELSHANS,
bank, newspaper, two and J. C. Kki.lrr. Seaside Inn on Saturday.
and ice factories, Eden, Fla., and president publisher Colonnades and
hotels, several boarding houses, two railroads .
of the above
stenmboat line, electric lights,
shelled, streets, etc For hunting and Courtenay.We CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
and is ,
fishing, tills section Is excellent, ,
and yachts AID IN ROAD BUILD
quite a paradise for hunters are having plenty of rain at present.

men. and The vegetable hammock growing land for Is said orange tobe ING. Sweet potatoes in this vicinity are We are sorry to hear that Mr.on Till isin ** HAIR AND LATH. *

sugar some of the finest In the State.DKMOCUATIC looking line. the sick list this week.Mr. .

The co-operation of cities and Marion Whaley went to Cocoa last Branch, of Melbourne, State Agent IM.. Paints and Oils.

towns with the faimers in good- Saturday to have dental work done.Supt. town this week on business.Mr. .
Old 'Phone 8. )uv 13 Uogan street,
TICKKT. road building has been in some Jno. II. Sams has moved his Jorgensen, of Grant, was a pleasant
cases freely volunteered, but it is family to Titusville for a few months.Messrs. visitor to town last week.Mr. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Notice. .

For Justices of the Supreme Court: much more elective when regulated J. O. Hast and L. P. Allen Hearndon was in town Inst week,

It. K. TAYLOR. by state law. In many states transacted business in Cocoa last Friday. purchasing provisions and calling on

.Alachua H. CARTER Co.F. the progress in this direction has Miss M. Whitlork spent from Thursday friends hern.Mrs. .HAMMOND PACKING CO.

Jackson Co. been constant and satisfactory, of last week until Tuesday with Bertlesen was visiting in Grant .. .
called there by the illness . .
friends in Uanyan.Chas. recently, being
For State Treasurer: and the same general principle of

J. II. WHITFIELD, state aid given to localities which T. Haiper and sisters, Misses of Mrs. Jorgensen. (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.)
Leon Co. volunteer to contribute on their Nannie nnd Stella, attended the Indianola Mrs, Botsford, who has been the guest
For Railroad Commissioners: S0ci.1l Club dance last Thursday of Mrs. Till for the past few days, returned
II. K. DAY, own part is being strongly advocated night, and report a very pleasant time.Messis. home to Eau Gallie last week.S. OUR SPECIALTIES :

Alachua Co.J. in many other states, and J. D. Sams, J. R. Mlot and W.It. . W. Green, a winter resident of this "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
M. 11UYAN, should bo in Florida. Sanders were the delegates chosen place, is having a wind-break built
Osceola Co. The road improvement law in from Aleri'itt, Precinct No. 14, to attend around his grove at the north end of the "Coin Special" canned meats."Calumet" .

JOHN Hamilton L. MORGAN Co. Massachusetts requires the state fie County Convention to be held at village. hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .
Fort Pierce the 21st of September.Mrs. .
Second District of Florida roads to be fairly apportioned Since these rains have commenced, a
For Congress ROBERT W. DAVIS, among the different counties. The E. J. Burns, her son, Robert, and great improvement can be noticed in the leaf lard.

Of Putnam Co. amount of road to be built in one daughter, Isabel, of Canaveral, accompanied orange groves and pineapple plantations Homemade lard."Peerless" .
by Sam Holmes and sister, Mary, of this section.33P" pure
tlrst the
locality was limited at to visited the ostrich farm on Monday, and compound lard sausages
maximum of two miles, and the were entertained at the club house by ,
War taxes will continue to be present road map of this state, Manager Hast. Mrs. Hums and family As an advertising medium, no and all Packing House Products.
levied, although the war Is, practically therefore, shows these roads only returned to their Canaveral home yesterday paper on the East Coast can beat the
speaking, at nn end.No scattered (Thursday), after a pleasant visit ofa Advooatk. Give us a trial advt. FLORIDA BRANCH- Jacksonville, Fla.J3P .
as spots apparently, over week at Dr. Holmes', at Faustina. and be convinced of the pink papei'worth. -
the state although the intention is, .
Write us for quotations, and you will be pleased.
Titoors will be discharged, itis of course, to join them ultimately What do you need In the way of

stated the War Department, into systematic lines. The effect envelopes, note and letter heads, bill
by of this distribution has- been to heads, statements, tags, cards, eto ? 21 JEWELEO
until it is known how many will be We shall bo glad to have a share of your WATCHES CLOCKS

needed to go to l'orto Rico and give the whole people of the state work. We have a first-class lob department In the Justice of the Pence Court, 0th ,
likelihood of some knowledge of the value of improved connected with the Advocate,
is Florida
Cuba ; so there u District of Brevard County, :
time highways, and this knowledge and all we ask is a thare of your work.Ormond Diamonds
for "
their being retained some Courtney A. O'Brien, 1 1Vs Jewelry
considering that the unhealthy has manifestcM itself in annually yKreka ,
increased of anil ll.ilm i Oronbeck. JIT
season at those places extends over appropriations Beach. appearing hv afllilavlt of plaintiff that the Souvenirs Wedding Rings and Presents.
a period of several more weeks.Owinh state funds for this purpose. The (lermulaiits, Kreka and Halina Uronbeck, are ,
state-aid law of New Jersey ill- each over the aire of twenty-one years, and
are not residents of the State of Florida, but,asatnant
lowed the application of the state's There will ba a marshmallow roast at Is informed and believes,are residents of FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING
cultivation of the the State of Illinois, but of Hhnt part of said
to the contribution-to any section of road the Coiiulna, Monday night, on the state atliant does not know; ami that there Is noprrson
pineapple in florida, the importations not less than a mile in length beach, and an enjoyable time Is anticip in the State of Florida service upon A SPECIALTY.
ited.A whom vt-otibl bind either of said defendants:
of that fruit to the United where the local property owners 1C Is thereupon ordered that Kreka Gronbeck R. JRM -
States have been materially lessened big sea bass, weighing SSlbs., was and Italma (ironliwk, her husband, appear atmy Charges paid one way.
were ready to contribute ten percent on exhibition at the Coquina last Sunday otllce In Fort Pierre, in said county, at IUo'clock 223 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fia
in the past few years ; but of the total cost. This law presumably caught by one of the in tlie forenoon, on the
with the of the annexation THIKD DAY OF OCTOBER, 1808,
prospect has had much the same effect as guests.Messrs..
It lvelnir a Rule Day,to plead to the attachment
of Cuba in sight, though, the future that of Massachusetts, and has so Robinson, Papworth and Lonraine suit of Courtney A. O'Brien, ami Thomas J.O'Brien .

prospects of Floridian growers disseminated a knowledge of the tire the three most enthusiastic her onoe husband each week; and for that four this consecutive order betmhltHlittd SYSTEM.

will not be so bright as of 3 ore, value of road improvement throughout fishermen on the East Coast. They weeks In the Indian Rivrk AovorArie, a newspaper PLANT
would rather fish than eat, and many published in said county of Hrevard.
it is
thought.We that the appropriations leal this 23rd
the state Witness my hand and otticial
are the beautiful string of tlsh they haul .
day of August lsiis.Seal.
for state aid have steadily to the Coquina on the flat car. H. O. NROXSON,
[ ]
are to lose a Day, but we increased, and the people in many District.
Arthur K. Baldwin's new residence on aiir2il-sep30| Justice I'eace uth If you are going anywhere, whether it be to the
will thereby make Hay, seeing that localities, who were formerly opposed the river bank is being pushed forward

Col. John Hay, our present ambassador to any state action, are clamoring rapidly. He has also had a boathouse
to the court of St. James, for the state's assistance.As built for his fine launch. His family will Palmetto Drug Store, I>aytona. North South 'East West Northwest

London is to succeed Secretary of losses bad roads it has come down from New York to occupy ,
to by the residence the coming winter.Wm. Drugs, medicines, chemicals, fine toilet
State Day. Hay is all right he's been learned, by consultation with soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and
he M. Brown, president of the Bank toilet articles in variety.M. or Southwest
not new-mown either ; is a man many thousands of the roost intelligent fancy great ,
of Bay Biscayne; E. L. Brady, a prominent Huston,
of ripe experience, of three score farmers of the county, that merchant of Titusville and Miami; propr.

years. He was President Lincoln's the expense of moving farm products and Charles 11. Walton, editor and proJU'letor REMEMBER THAT THE
private secretary, and during the and supplies average 2octs of the Advocate, were guests of
Coquina from Saturday until Sun DR. EDEN'S HO. 49....
of President whereas in the
administration Hayes per ton per mile ; day. of Railways and
was assistant secretary of state. good-road districts the cost is only
His appointment will give general about one-third of this amount. are Among: Mr. and those Mrs.registered II. K.at Lonraineand the Coquina FATIGUE POWDERS. Steamship Lines

satisfaction both here and in Eng This extra expense amounts in the child, Oscar Lonraine, Jacksonville; M.F. .

land. aggregate to more than the entire Robinson and wife, Miss J una Robinson WITH GATEWAYS AT
expenditures of the National government II. W. Papwortb, Sanford; W. G.

A war which brought no shrinkage and taking into account New Mason York, Tampa; C W.; Arthur Broughton K., Baldwin Chicago,; Unequaled (or Port Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville,

of business while it lasted has all of the hauling done on the public G. Chetwyn Stapleton, wife and daughter

brought with its ending a quite remarkable ) roads the loss is equal to one- OoaU; Mrs. Wilfred Westren and Malaria, Liver Diseases, Loss of Charleston, Montgomery, Tifton
Dun'sReview. fourth of the home value of all the two children, Fruitland Park; Mrs. H.S. .
expansion, POIST"
says farm of the United States. Budd and child, Leesburg; Mrs.Woodall Appetite, and all Ariirmie conditions. AND VARIOUS OTHER
Orders and purchases products Mrs. S. W. Johnston, Sidney
have increased in nearly all The Increase in cost of hauling Paul Johnson, Mrs. George Fisher, DeLand. Tones up the muscles, clears tlie brain; With Its All-the-Year-Round

branches, few as yet being of such actually done is by no means the .
a true Heart Tonic, for the weak, nervous
nature that they can be attributed only loss resulting from bad roads. Is the

to the material enlargement of The loss of perishable products for Daytona.Wm. and debilitated.Tastless Double Daily Service

trade with th lately Spanish islands want of access to market, the failure and harmless; can be given Best Route,

which roust come a little to reach market when prices Hal lough is In, Jacksonville,,with
later. The stock market has meanwhile are good, and the failure to cultivate the Mystic Shriners.Mrs. to babies. 25 cents In stamps, to any And that all Information can be obtained Promptly byAddressiog

advanced to the highest average products which would be Dr. Robinson, of Port Orange, address. or Calling onF.
for railroad stocks, $62.51 per marketable if markets were always died on Sunday.

hare on Wednesday, that has been accessible, add many millions Rain enough of late to keep the dust SAMUEL EDEN, M. D., | M. JOLLY, Division Passenger Agent.

known for over five years, and the to the actual tax of bad roads. down pretty effectually. 138 West Bay St., Astor Block, Fl

profit-taking on Thursday did not I Moreover, the enforced idleness of Our railroad authorities contemplate BROOKLYN, X. Y. Jacksonville, -

lessen general belief in still higher I millions of men and draft animals enlarging our depot buildings, plat- 1340 Bushwlck Avenue. B. W. WRENK, Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.


i jtoysl ** th food pur*. St. Augustine.
wbolmom*and dallclwu.

Major Cotton's wife has arrived here *
to stay indefinitely. S > H

Dances at South Beach will be given
J>y the East Const Band through SuplemAn -

entertainment for the benefit the
hospital fund will be given in the Opera

bouse on Friday evening, August 20.Traffio TOJSJ1.1l.

Manager J. P. Beckwlth baa
gone to New York on a business trip, wHi
leaving a good and tried man in charge
of his affairs Mr. J. I). Kahnor.

Ono of the soldiers at the Barracks
J\.tcq-\x.x\ X tlllsaaox*
ox .
was recently arrested and Hnod $10 and
costs for disorderly conduct and discharging Price $25.OO.GUARANTEED 3T Beforo buying the following Materials be sure and apply tons

Absolutely PuroDOTAL firearms within the city limits. ANALYSIS: for prices, and wo will prove to you we can save yon money.

Edward Sudlow nnd friends, who have
been encamped at South Beach for some Ammonia.Kiiiml to to 10n 6 STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE,

weeks, made some fine catches of fish to Sulphate of Ammonia \\ 20 to 25ft BLOOD AND RONE, ArlD PHOSPHATE,
while there. One day's fishing is said to Available riicwnlmrlc AclilKqtial to 6It
tKINQ POwOIR CO.,NIW YOR*. have footed up to iJOO fish.Heth lVtat.ll to K2 Hone 1)K riioxphate of Lime to to 13a ato DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA,

<|iial to Sulphate of l'otashMaiciieala 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS
Canfleld, our local manager of ,
Lime,Soila, etc 50 to UU
the Southeastern Tariff Association, has TOBACCO DUST COTTON SEED MEAL HARDWOOD ASHES '
been GST" Write for Special Pamphlet.EST" ,
working like a Trojan to secure a
Key West.Mrs. reduction on insurance rates on account COTTON SEED DULL ASHES, KAINIT AND TOTASHES.d '
of our new city waterworks, and we are Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0TcLC 1 ,,

John Denliam has left for a trip under the impression he will succeed.Mr. H prices.

jrough Canada anil to New York. She and Mrs. F.It. Remlinger have gonoto }
ijll lx> away several months.Ion. New York, whore they will remain Ploano Correspond -with uh boforo boing inclucod to buy from Don lorn. Send for
until the winter sets in. Frank Is .
W. II. Harris lias returned tov
B. Knott's right hand man, and hold Pamphlet.
West from a visit to his family atjtluu
Springs, On., wheie they are tho position of chief clerk at the Royal
pending the summer.I.ast in Palm camp during at Miami.the time the soldiers were LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO ,

week the submarine mines in the

ubor were destroyed. The spectacle csoriTrillo ZE lozid-ci.
as unite exciting, and was witnessed Banyan. ,
;|bj a large number of people.overal .

changes have recently been Orange tress have put on a very heavy M. Stokes, of Woodley, wero In Roseland Melbourne.OOODB .
nlc in the custom-house force, and growth since the showers set in.B. during the week. WHEN IN NEED OF
|jjd has been reduced until business isilro
>re brisk and warrants Us increase. J. Ililliard has charge of tho Magruder Ain-nt for& -Ktii.i.noonK.-Hi-rtl I milon anil KxtAta Liverpool and Loam.anilOlotie tfa
place both orange and vegetable Eau Gallie.Mr. anil Imperial Kirn Innurain'o. Sporlal
{There is every prospect of good crops lands. attention palil to tho lutervnta of lumreBltleiits. -
ing raised on the keys this winter, and Lumber Hardware and Paints
ItSc farmers are consequently well John II. Wynn, A. Campbell and J. and Mrs. O. F. Paddison entertainod -
leased over their bright prospects.it Jones, of Tropic, were recent visitors to tho eucliro club at their last ,
this week's meeting.Tho WHEN YOU OO TO MEI.HontNK rail at the
[ was mis-stated in some state place. llMiumr, Mm. Chun J. K. ('nitiplii-ll ,t '<>., Millinery
papers steamer Spartan took an excursion bottom), lirv Qooila, Ijidlea' romlynimlo -
lit two or three cases of yellow fever Miss Madge Whitlock, of Courtcnay, ami woven ITmlvrwoar, Karris' Renowhpil Or in the line of Material
Titusville last anything Building
colored folks
of to
id broken out here, but on the most is "isiting the Misses McMillan, of this Cornell*,etc.,emhrolilery ami coloreil silk*,
pliable authority it may positively be place. Sunday, to attend a baptizing. souvenir upooiiH, stationery,eta.HOTFr. .

lid that there is not even a suspicion ofao The Dr. F. M. Wells' place, at Baliia, The members of the Avilali had the or House Furnishing goods, Tinning or
dreaded disease at Key West.A is being worked out, and the orange pleasure of listening to an interesting 11EM.KVITK, MEI.HOtritNE, KI.A.Iovelv .
address by Rev. B. F. Brown Saturday view of Imllan Ulver. In a HlieltereilMunition
[ delightful entertainment was afliiled trees budded. evening.Dr. Superior aeeoiniuoilatloiiH. Moderate Plumbing, do not fail to write
by the mite social at the library riiten.
Not day without rain
a passes now ,
rooms last Friday night, and there was a and a cargo of mosquitoes will probably Ilughlett nnd Dr. reek were in W. It. CAMI'IIKTX, Proprietor.IIOTK.r .
''frge attendance. The programme renpred bo the result. consultation last Sunday on the illness
was very good, the affair being of Kev. Mr. Prince, whose condition is EDWARD STILI2TC
Bovine represented here Sunday ltlVEItSIIlK, MELHorrtNE, KI.A., ,
[i ijoyed by all present to the fullest was on very ciitical.
overlooking Indian Klver hoimillko
: aceommoilatlonH -
Messrs. Henderson Stewart and
stent.J ,
anil irooil boaril. llaum .find
held services atSt. per
Archdeacon Brown
Hopkins. They were off for a cruise on day or f . per week, aenorillnir to "THE RUIf'K STORE,"
the Upper St. John's. John's church last Sunday, his discourse location of room. Special rule, to Klverlieople.
J Buy lumber and other building maMa nt the evening servico on "The CHAH.T. McllltlliK,
) direct from the Builders1 Supply Ray Otwell is performing nearly a transfiguration of our Lord Jesus Christ" 1'roprietor. OOOO.A., Xnc5Li ..TX rtivoi', 37'XJL.OUIOIT .
jo St. Augustine, and save the lurober- double service since the Jtalii.i postoflice being very much appreciated.
Bird man's commission.Miami.. closed, In depositing all mails at Banyan
direct from.the train.Geo. The launch Eau Gallie, Capt. George Mrs. Geo. Hell returned homo last
Gloasoii, returned from Miami- Sunday Monday from Jensen.Mrs. SETS !
Warner was up from Eau Oalliein morning, nnd left for Titusville tho same
a trim yaoht of the St. Augustine evening, carrying Dr. Ilughlett as far asCocoa. II. N. Ncal wont up to Kuu Gallioto

model on Sunday. Geo. says he will begin Capt. Glenson went to Jacksonville visit filends last Monday.Mrs. IIKIIIMUDA AND PEA It L.ZE3ca

JK O. Sewell has gone to New Yoik toBtiroliase forwarding operations in a few days.W. to meet his wife on her return from R. A. Conkling and sou, Joseph, .

a stock of winter goods.I J. Ragan is preparing to set out her summer's outing in Ohio.Chas. were in town last Monday.Dr. -
d. 2 Otis.Thirtyfive
I We now have some "solid" business 1,000 orange trees on the property owned A. Merritt, the genial representative Geo. W. Holmes, of Sharpes, ,< -A.ia.g"CLCJt .-
pen established here as permanent sellers. by Michael F. Dwyer, the well-known of the Times-Union it Citizen, passed through our town last Tuesday,
sporting man of Brooklyn, N. Y. It will paid his first visit to our town Tuesday, on his way south.Messrs. cents per quart, postpaid; 41l.no per bushel not prepaid. New crop
bo a race between Mr. Dwyer and Banker in tho Interest of his paper. We hope genuine LaFoiiieho CltKOLK ONIO.V SKKDS; -'Oris, per <>/., *:l.">ll per pound
I A. E. Waddell is among the reliable Wm. M. Brown, of Titusville, as to size Mr. Meriitt will find time to visit us Alox. J. Goode and Ernest postpaid. Full lino of fiesli seeds for fall planting. Send for pi leu list.
iid prosperous real estate dealers ofliis of grove. Brown has set out la<))0 trees, again shortly and note tho Improvements Taylor returned to Eau Gallio last Sunday
town.I and they are looking in fine condition. which are slowly but surely taking placoin afternoon on their wheels. L. CAMERON. Seedsman,

I The steamer San Lucia Is on the ways our locality.Firo Miss Jean Barnes has a very pretty bicycle 126 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Palm Beach, undergoing a thorough Will our correspondents please write broke out in Lansing's building which sho brought home lrom
\ei hauling. names and places distinctly, so that our Tuesday morning, and but for enorgcio Kentucky, and she rides It well.

Franklin C. Bush, of Chicago, a rorcentJftuirliaNei compositors can set them in type correctly and timely measures, that and adjacent Editor K. I). Oslin, of the Times, has
of property, is flown hero for ? buildings would probably liavo been returned from his pleasure trip north, CHESEBRO BROTHERS
( "few days. destroyed. The origin of the fire Is peculiar feeling ready for woik once more.Dr. *
it having broken out in an unoccupied
1 Wm. M. Brown, of Titusville, has re Georgiana.Kev. room, which is said to have II. D. Brown after spending sometime .
timed here for a couple of days. He boon locked up for several weeks. In town looking aftor bis interests WHOLESALE
Till soon leave for Connecticut.I here, leturned to bis borne in Daytona
J. B. Hawk preached two very last Sunday.Mr. .
I < harles Thompson, our energetic and interesting sermons here Sunday last. Fort Pierce.
Jcmal young townsman, is rapidly push- and Mrs. Geo. F. Paddison and QOMMISSON JTlSlI JEALEItSaNo.
i forward bis new laundry building.j 'Uncle Hugble" is shipping his grapes little daughter, also Porson Paddtson,
to Miami, which place has engaged all John Wingate is visiting his sister, of Kau Gallio, woio pleasant visitors to
j The City of Key West has undergone Mis. Storman.
he has. town last Sunday.Mrs. .
{ and she hna re- 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New Voik.
thorough overhauling,
The Misses Fleda and Belle Blackman Miss Allen left for Titusville to attend Mcllrlde who has
fumed her usual run, with the jovial been ill for
several the school examination. SPECIALTIES : Spanish Mackerol, iSheephuad, Pompano, BtuofUh, Rod
jteve Bravo in command.I returned to their home In Miami somo time. Is now improving under tho

I days ago.Several. Our school starts next Monday, with kind care of Miss C. L. Marsh, who is Snappers, Klnglish, Trout, Green Turtle, Kodhoad and Canvas-buck Ducks.
The bright hue of the Advocate isren helm. truly the angel of In town
the our
of our people went to Cocoa on Mr. Kennedy at mercy Stencils References furnUhnd if desired.
in this section every week. M.iny promptly supplied.
when the sick or aio in need.Geo. .
if our people read with interest the article Monday, some by sailboat and others on Fred Tyler Is down with the measles.Wo poor
referring to the Nassau hotel in the the Courtenay.E. Iiopo ere long to see him up again. M. Phillips, of Co. G, 1st Florida
ant issue of the pink paper.Olof child Is well Vols., who came homo on sick leave a
Carrington's sickness of
Owing to your correspondent Home-Crown
week from Feinandina is still
ago very
Zetterland, the New York agent and the family have returned to their items are not very numerous.Mrs. 111 at the home of Ills parents at East ...

If the land department of the East Coast home on the beach.We Killer left for Miami, Wednesday Melbourne, but Dr. Peek hopes soon to

lallway, has gone to the Florida keys are having plenty of rain now, and evening, on a visit to her daughter for a have him well.Wo PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS *
purchase 2iKH)0) pineapple slips and everything is growing rapidly weeds as few days.
flickers, which will be planted out atl.illandale. well as other things.A. are receiving many letters from Of the following Varieties
They are making groat Improvements parties who expect to visit Melbourne >J
L. Bruncr is busy re-setting his at the depot. Making In addition a the coming season. We will be glad to Abbaka Porto Rico Golden Smooth
Egyptian Queen Queen Ripley
.V very enjoyable dance was given atlotel pineapple field, In which work he is large boarding house. see our old friends biuk, and extend a ,
Biscayne last Saturday night, byovitatlon assisted by N. Carpenter. He has some welcome to the new comers, as we buve Cayenne Pernambuco and Red Spanish.
Graham. The This section visited by a heavy ,
of Mine Host S. fine plants.Uev. was lots of room for all.
Ijiance was kept up until midnight. Weii thunderstorm Tuesday afternoon, accompanied Apply to G. C. MATTHAMS. Florida Pineapple Co.,
| <- by no means dead although Uncle J. B. Hawk was visiting the family by lots of rain. The Melbourne Homo Guards met, in West Palm Ueuch, Flu.DTj .
flam's dissatisfied soldiers have left us.apt. of A. B. Carter, Monday, and enjoyed Educational Mall for the purpose of disbandment. -
of and Mrs,
the day very much as well as the excellent Born at the residence Mr. The guards turned in their
< R. E. Rose, who Is connected which he Clarence Summerlin a girl, last Tues
dinner, at was so cordially guns to Capt. W. C. Barnes with a vote
>ith the Florida East Coast Drainnge entertained. day. Mother and child are doing well.Eden. of thanks to him for the Interest be has If you need nny Job pilntlng, we ..I BUT OR SELL...
|'3'll Sugar Co., is here to stay. He liasI'jnd taken in the company; a vote of thank* shall he pleased to get a sliaie of It.KtT' .

a great many years' experience in was also rendered to W. T Well* for the Confederate Money Bonds &
_ jmd draining, sugaicane culture In FlorSl Ankona.L. use of the hall, after which the boys If you receive a sample copy oftho ,

i and Louisiana. With the big dralniie Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Pen body have gone gave an Informal social hop. Among Aovoc'atk, It Is an Intimation that POSTAGE STAMPS.
this section
scheme In
on foot those present were Mr. ami Mrs. S. F.Gibbs It would give pleasure to add
" S. Eldred is recovering from the on a few months' vacation.Mr. us your
"tie much-talked-of Mr. Kussell stock In the world. Address
one by Largest
Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Goodo, Dr.II. name to our fast-Increasing list of subset
Sebastian, things will soon wear a effects of a severe and Mrs. Hemphill will leave for D. Brown. Chas. Stewart, Dr. Leon ihurs. It does not cost you three CHAS. I). BARKER, Atlanta, Ga.
lighter aspect along the East Coast. E. Frlppo, of White City, was a their home in Altoona, Pa., in a few IVek, the Misses Annie and Jessie cents per week (postage Included) when

pleasant caller, Tuesday.Col. weeks.Mrs.. Goode, Alice nnd Mollie Nicholson, taken by the year, and It can be sent to

West Palm Beach.I W. O. Wlnans and Alfred Cox, of F. O. Williams, of West Palm Jennie Miller, ami the Messrs. Herbert you In any part of the United States or COTTON an
Eden, visited W. Robinson on Sunday.Geo. Beach, spent several dayw here, visiting Conkling, John llaslehurst.Nicholson, Wllmer M. Canada without extra expense.CJiiuruiiU'tt .
Mrs. C. A. Robinson Ely, Walter
I Mrs. J. n. has to TitusSlle Stacey and Henry Richardson
Anthony gone coaches of canvaloscent
Last two
Monday -
for while.Mr. spent Sunday with friends at White City. If these rains we are having now had It! per rent IntcMxt.Kleven LINEN NETTING.
a only been a Utile sooner, we would all soldiers from Miami passed ..
and Mrs. E. A. Graham's child Sheriff Brown, of Titusville, was atAnkona have been in pocket a few more dollars; through our town on their way to Jack acres land, fronts on Indian
Red last Saturday morning from fever.I on official business one day lat but we are thankful to have them even sonville. Mrs. R. W. Gomle and daughters. nd Banana Rlvar; small cottage, 2 artesian
Misses Annie and Jessie prepared
I Mrs. has returned toDellmooro week. wells, 100 nice orange trees, 1 lKM)
Ruby B. Moore three baskets of lunch and hot coffee for
Cottage from her summer Capt. Stevens and partner have moved now.Col.. Haul up and family left, last Friday them, also several large bouquet* oflowers. plants, shipped over 200 orates
Fort Fierce wlieie they will tlsli for ast season; guavas, mangoes, Japaii persimmons
lay to ,
New Jersey. for their borne In Boston. A day ( Mrs. Chas. f. Campbell gave
and other fruits Price
A. SI. Sample. or so after they left one of the RoughRiders them box containing six of jam on place. FISHING TACKLE
] Attorney W. I. Metcalf Is busy lookbg a pots 1WX>. Address II, AHVOcatk office.Titusville ,
after the Interests of bis candidacy Attorney C. T. McCarty and family came down on a visit to them, and a number of hooks. 8. F. Gibbs Fla.
br State Represntative.I left last week for an extended visit to and found them gone, much to his disappointment. was also there with some fresh milk for Superior quality Linen Gill Netting
Wisconsin and Iowa.Roseland.. the sick ones, and Miss Alma Martaln made from Knox's Scotch thread. MKoTeBM \
I Will Herd, a colored man, had his was also at the train with her usual
I rod blown completely off by the explosion sweet offering of fresh flowers. As the ...HENRY A. MEISTER... Samples and estimates cheerfully furnIsImnI. -
which he Orange drove ami Itculdeuce Corks Leads, Lines, etc.J. .
of a soda fountain wan train moved away the boys said they rmsT-cr-As* ,
f-charglng last Saturday evening. for Sale.A would long remember Melbourne and 8. JOHNSON & CO.,

[ After spending several weeks here D. Cain, jr., has returned from Wood- fine grove and garden property of her kind people. We wish them all good Barber and Hair Dresser Manufacturers,

nth his parent*, II. J. Anthony has 12 acres, fronting on the Indian River luck.J. 121 South St, BALTIMORE, MD.
(turned to Miami. He is a candidate ley.D. and extending back to the county road None but skilled workmen employed.
Dr the office of county tax collector. P. Gibson recently lost a valuable at Sharpes about 1.1 miles south ofTitusville I). CKAnn keep* s flmf-tla.it Saloon. Wlnas.b Private room for ladies hair dressing
dog by poison. known as the Brock place; Ta, whlaklM, brandy anil rum. Imported and Shampooing. Razors put in order. for Fifty Cant*.
| Plenty of rain, and quite a number of MX) bearing trees; good bouse, four anil ilommtlo cliran, tobacco ami elicarettoa.Vrlco 113 East Bay St. Bath Rooms. Ousntntem) tebseco beblt sure, mskee weak
_ When in want of any kind building and kitchen servants' house and of ll<|iior* from a'J.un to no par gallon. man strong, blooU pur*, sue,tl. All dru( lacs.
Material In car loads or otherwise, tlieBuilders' oranges are splitting.Messrs. rooms ; Prompt attention to talegrmpb and mall JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
bouse. Price $4,500.00. taan. Cocoa, irla.J. .
packing order* Term*
Supply Co., at St. Augustine. Moore, nastle and White attended to U. CKABB, Agt.fSend .
Will be pleased to make you a delivered the primary last Saturday, at Sebastian. Apply Robdiss A Graham,

fffice at or your middleman's station. commission You have noagent's to Attys. for owners, the Advocate an order for any The ADYOGATE does neat clean Job Printing.

B. F. Hardesty, of Sebastian, and E. Titusville, Ma. Job printing you need.] ,


The Trunk
IN FLQRIPA.In Tropical Line.Jacksonville.

June July and August the land on The Legislature of 1897, under .
of 1886, of tins State of
which strawberries are to be raised, is Florida, cllil p ss throe Joint Resolution* Tampa & Key West Rai
proposing Amendments to the Constitution of
plowed into beds about eight or ten feet the State of Florida, nnil the mime were unread Way,

wide. These nro then leveled and laid to liy a vote of three-fifths of all the members JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver.No. .
elected to earn House; that the vote on said
off Into rows about twenty-two inches Joint Resolutions were entered upon their respective
Journals, with the yeas and nays thereon SOUTH
and the plants are set in these In Effect June 28, '08. NOR'III
apart, ami they did determine and direct that the
20".[ No. 2t No. 37 No.23oi NO.32. Ufi 78. \,
said Joint ICesnlutions he submitted to the
raws from eighteen to twenty Inches Electors of the State at the General Flection In Local 1040 p : Lv.. .JACKSONVILLE.-.. 7 30 a m 48 pill,

apart. Ab soon as the plants take root, November, 1M1IS. Mixed 11 top 938a Orange Park 6 52 am 6 111 p m
Now, therefore, I, John L.Crawford,Secretary Tu. Til I'eunaMagnolia Mls l
they are fertilized by running a hand of State of the State of Florida, do hereby give and Sat 113Hp1140p 19 02alu 6 13am 8 81 p in
the notice that a dilll the and
along row sprinkling GENERAL ELECTION 2 45a 12 40 a 11 Ooa Palatxa 0 00am 6 00 p in

fertilizer in this drill. This is next covered Satsuma
will he held in each county In Florida, on Tuesday Pomona
with a hand plow. next succeeding the Ifrst Monday in NovcmiHir 4 4il a 11 50a ....Crescent City Junction 3 04 a m 3 S3 p in

The object to be attained Is large and A. D, lxtis, the said Tuesday being the 5 28 a 162 a 12 OHp Seville 3 3.1am 3 30 pui
8 38 a 2 23 a 12 3Vp DeLeon Springs.. . 2 4tl a m 2 08 p in
thrifty plants, si> they will bo able to EIGHTH DAY OP NOVEMBER, GlenwoodItereorord
4 13p 2 48 a2,80a 1 Olp 2 23am 2 38
their bloom from the coW the for the ratification or rejection of the said Joint 1 Hip pin
protect 2 Id
Amendments to Hie Constitution } p in
Resolution* proposing! *" jir
following spiing. To do this, the plants of tho State of Florida, as follows, viz. 8 07 a43S 12 40p Lv 208 pm
pMO Hip Orange City JunoEnterprise 2 11 a in140am 2 24 p in
must bo cultivated frequently wUh aliand ARTICLE XII. t2 4Hp 1 48 p m
4 Blip Ar TITUSVILLE Lv 410 30 a in I
cultivator, and tho weed* must beJioed Section 13, of Article XVI, shall he and Is 3 4l! |, Mt. Dora
amended so a* to read as follows: 4 O0p TavaresAr
oiT with a hand hoe. They should
SECTION 13 The sureties upon the official a 3 30 a 1 4Bp Sanford Lv 1 50 p in
ako be fertilized two or three times, tho bonds of all (Hate,Ooonty and municipal officers 4 3S a 3 (Nip Orlando 12 01 p mII 12 10 pm
shall be residents of, anil have sulllcletit visible Sin afl 4 Sop Lakeland 115 pm 10 20 pm
last application consisting mostly of potash property unencumbered within the State, not 37 a 8 20p liartowAr 6 IS |> m32Spni 0 30 a mtlO

to make the fruit ilrm and sweet, exempt from sale under legal process, to make into at 11 lOp Punta Gorda Lv 10 pm900am
good their bonds: and the sureties upon the 3 no p 0 OBp Tampa 7 37pm
and also to give it a licit red color when Hilda! bonds of all county and municipal nlllccrs 7 no a Tampa Kay Hotel.Ar .
shall reside within the county where their 8 30 aTu. 8 *Sp Port Tampa LvLa 7 (W p m 830amMon.Tlnir
ripo. principals upon such bonds reside, and shall SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES ., ThnrA SatSun.Wed&Frl. 0 (Nip Port Tampa ArAr 2 30 p m800pm Sit

About tho holid.iys, the patch ought nave sulllcieiit visible and unencumbered property 2 (Hip Key West LvAr Sun. Wed & Ki i
is from 'Havana Lv
in such county, that not exempt
to bo houd and fertilized, and then the sale under legal process to make good their liability Finest Cuisine and Service, Mo Transfer between Jacksonville and Mew York.

on such bonds; Provided, "That any duly The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers :
mulch applied. Tito mulch is either organized ind responsib e Guarantee or Surety Dally, t Daily except Sunday. (Mon., Wed. and Frl.

pine straw or who grans, gonerally the Company, either lnretgn or domestic, lawfully "Comanclie" "Algonquin ''' "Iroquois "Cherokee "Seminole." Train leaving Jacksonville 0:12: a. m. arrives Gainesville 1:05: p. m Ocala 2.IM) p n
3:40 Hrooksville
doing business in this Stale, may become and be : p. m., 0:00: n. m. dally.
latter. About four large onehorse'wagonloads accepted as surety on all such ofllciul bonds." Trains*l and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cinclnn.it 1 m >
North-Bound. and local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open for accommodation of i.i,.,
of wire grass are required per ARTICLE XIII. Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide. Union station, Jacksonville, at Dp. m.

acre. The mulch is sprinkled evenly Section 3ft, of Article V,of the Constitution of From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling at Charleston), dunduys, Tuesdays and Thursdays. INDIAN RIVER SERVICE.
of Florida is amended so as to From CHARLESTON', S. C, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Indian River Steamers leave
the Statu hereby Tituslvllo 8:15: p. m., Mondays and Wednesdavs for St tw
the and then pulled through Jacksonville and Charleston daily
over plants ; rend us follows: For hotir of sailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule or papers. tUnorthlmiindtralnsnfSS, retlIr"ln'5' arrlve Ti"">ville Wednesdays and SaturiluiW. -

that Is, tho mulch Is placed under and SECTION 315. No courts other than herein South-Bound.
specified shall be established in this State, except II. COFFIN. 0. D. ACKERLY.
closo around the plants so as to koop the that the Legislature may clothe any Railroad Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 2l East River, New York, at 3 p. m., as follows: General Suiierlntendent. General Passenger
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
fruit olT tho ground.In Commission with Judicial I'owers In all For CHARLESTON, S.C.,
matters connected with the functions of their For JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde .
former yoais tho fruit began to oflice.
and Southern Lines (Freight only.)
New England ,
ripen in January or Februaiy, but for (Calling at Charleston, S. C, both ways)

tho last two or three years March has III.Add the following as Suction 34, of Article "IsTEAMEKS" Florida East Coast Ry.TIMK

<3oine before any berries to speak of have SECTION 34. Immediately the Impeachment are appointed to sail as follows: .
upon Wharf.
font of Hngan Street, Jacksonville, From Lewis' Boston,
If tho weather is favorable of any olllcer hv the House of Representatives From FRIDAYS.Clyde's .
ripened. he shall bo disqualified from performing THURSDAYS. TABLE NO. 15, IN EFFECT MAY 18, 1808.

they will continue to increase until the any of the duties of nis oflice until acquitted

by tho Senate, and the Governor, In SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND
II. is continued
middle of A Shipping
pi such case, shall at once appoint an Incumbent St. Johns llivcr Line.DE "5T

until tho last of Apill or the first week to fill such office pending the Impeachment pro R ally I No 85 STATIONS.Lv n ? a
of the .
ceedings. In case of the Impeachment DallyTS rAr
in May.Tho Governor, the {'resident of the Senate, or in raseof ( HAKY LINK) EsauTSip Dally

the death, resignation or inability of the Jacksonville, Falatka, Sanford, Enterprise, Fla.and intermediate landings on the St.John's River. ), Jacksonville .. T4it so
bellies aro picked In qunrt basket i'resident of the Senate, the Speaker of the AlOp lOAOa Ar. *.........,...,..St. Aucustlne., Lv1 6 35p 9H m,
*, for which the picker gets two cents llou.eof Representatives shall act as Governor The elegant Sidewheel Steamer lSp 10 85aIt Lv..*.....,.............St Auvustlne. Arl 6 8Jp If.,
pending the Impeachment proceeding* against "HAItlCY O. DAY." 4 ln ** Hastings ... Lv 45.Jp juj,
!>er The votes cast in compliance with said proposed CAPT. W. A. SHAW.Is 41 10 40aM. Lv PalatkaAr 0
picked they aro carried into a packing 3ip (IDS
amendments, and the canvass, declaration ...
sail follows "Sop830n ......SftrTM t o.. Lv Tiaup
to as :
Iiohso to be sorted. The over-ilpe, do- and returns thereof, shall lie subjected to appointed TSOaTTSoi .Sao MateoTIasVPaUtlia .. ArXv 8
tile same regulation* and restrictions as are Leaves Jacksonville, Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5:00: p m no Lv 856HJ4S,
formed, or bruised ones are thrown away. provided by Taw for General Elections in the Leaves Sanford Mondays and Thursdays at 5.00 a in 8 Slip loop ... .Ormond

State of Florida.tgrThe Sip 1 lip ....
With the medium-sized ones the quart Day tana 2 52D1 JIK,
attention of the Sheriff is called to NORTH BOUND. 1
t02p Wp ..Port Oraae
Inskets are filled, and the largo red ones the law requiring him to cause a Notice of said Read down. Read up. T23p lr p New Smyrna Jlop i-*,
Election to be publisned In a newspaper printed 2 24p ....Oak Hill. .. 1 ;
These .. Jacksonville.. Arrive 2.00 a. m. 44p
nro placed on top. quart cups are in the Leave 3.30 ,
in the county. If there be a paper county, p Palatka Leave 8.00 m. 0.'p ...Tttusvlli*
.jilaced in crates which hold thirty two and If there lie no paper published in tlie 8.48 p., m. .. Astor 2.30 p.p. m. 8S0pB4.lp ... City Point 12 3Up!
county, lie shall cause at least live copies of this 3.00 a. in. Conoa 12
1.00 m. Mp
vpiarts.Xbiiu. Notice to be posted In the most public places in 4.30 a. m.a. ...St.Beresford.Francis ... 12.00 p.a. m. 8 7p ...Rockledre U ISpl
the in. 4 lftp ... Kail Gallia .-.
county.IN . 11.00 a. m.a 11
of the fruit tomnilcet .Blue
shipping Springs.
ways 8 00 m.
a. 4 28p ...Melbourne
TEWIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto .. ..Sanford 00 a. m.D.30 11 3&
aro employed by open express, set my hand and affixed the Great Seal of Arrive 8.30 a. m. ...Enterprise... a. m.Cen'l SI2p * ... Sebastian 10 &Ua
the 9 25 a. m. 8 Olp820p ....St. Lnnle
the State of Florida, at Tallahassee, Capital,
by small refrigerator boxes that go by this the 30th day of July, IstiH.L * .. Fort Pleree 9 5' i
and Ticket Office 204W. Bay St., Jacksonville.Jno. 8 4ftp Eden '
express, and by refrigerator cars. [ 8.] JOHN L. CRAWFORD, Passenger 8Mp ......JenseitStnart DOHsiS35a

During the first of tho season the berries Secretary of State.To 0 p

Joseph P. Brown, Sherilf Hrevard County. L. Howard, Superintendent, Ibosmonorr, Jr., Fla,Pass. Agt. rasp ..Hobs Sound 8 21s
are shipped by as the TBJp880p Wss Jupiter
open express, Foot Hogan St. 204 West Buy St, 8 07a
FLA.W. West Palm Beaeh.... 7 3u
weather is generally pretty cool, so that KflOp Llaton.Fort
* 8 6t.
they will carry well. The express m.Notice. H. WARBURTON, T. P. A., TIIF.O. O. EOEK, T, ., I44p Lauderdale 8. ,
10 22p ... Lemon City 5 Ha.ft .
charges are $1.1)0) per bushel crate to 8 BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.M. 10 80p Ar. LU..Miami.. LvNo. SUs

IN"ew York, and they will make the trip the Circuit Court for Hrevard County WM. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, HKTWKKN MKW SMYRNA- AND OKANIJK CITY JUNCTION.
Florida in the Chancery 1SI)8) : 13 Ho. Delaware Ave., Philadelphia.MALLOItY .
5 8 No feTAtt6Ws.1'Kew
hours.As .
in about sixty |No 0> 3Ar
Ex Parte I Petition to he a Free loToi1188a
the season advances tho berries Sarah Payne. I Dealer. 2 i".p EvT Smyrna. 1 ftp S35p
8 0 p Lake Helen .
Lvl2| 4Up i p
have to bo shipped on ice. Here the T IS cause coining on to be heard this 20thdav STEAMSHIP LINE.Muster's 8 20p825p 12 0fp! .. .Oranje City 12 Jp I(ID
of July, lsos, on the petition of Surah 12 10p ..Prance City Junction. 12 26p
small refrigerators come into play. The Payne,and the report of the Master appointed All trains between New Smyrna and Orange City junotion Dally excepfSunday
by the court herein, a married woman
jprlnciplo iuvolvcd in these boxes is, that and a resident of the County of Hrevard, to lie Florida, New York,

cold air settles. Ilenco they have always made a Free Dealer, and it appearing hy the Philadelphia and Boston. KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
aflldavlt of A. J. Lewis, the solicitor for said

beeu built so that the ice was above petitioner, that the Hon. John D. Brnome, From Brunswick, (via Port Royal, S. C.,) to New York.PAS8KNGEH The steamship * **r ""* of the Florida East Coast Steamship Company IssvhiX
Judge of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida Miami for I IZ" ? Mond"7J w sdays and Fridays after arrival of from Jack-
sind at the sides of the berries In zinc of siid cause, SERVICE.To JV j train
jurisdiction ,
navlngorigiuui 11iZi STZk, ?onnot,2." mi K-Wt wlt steamers for Havana. Leave Key Weal 130
pans, with a pipe loading out for tho is absent from the state of Florida, and consequently make connections with steamers leave Jacksonville foil .
dlsipialilled to hear said cause; Thursday at 0:00 p. m., via Fernandina, clone connection with
water to escape. These boxes have always And it appearing from the evidence of credible Cumberland Route steamers at Fernandina for Brunswick.

given good satisfaction except for witnesses that the said petitioner Is qualified Supper will be served immediately,on leaving Fernandina, Sa ZLmi.T'WM "Wif lm" whloh trains and boats maybe expected to arrlv.ast2SKiJSJ
anil competent to take charge of and control Passengers go at once on board M.illory steamer on arrival, at ?_ Tral >.and ports, but their arrival or departure at the timu
her estate and and a tit person tobe
the rate, which is about 12 cents per property Brunswick.
mada a Free liealer, ana that publication has
quart. In the latter part of the season been made according to luw : For eepy of local time sard oall at 238 'vTaat Bay Htreet. Jacksonville, er address

tho crop is so heavy that It has to bo hy It this is thereiiMin Court|that ordered said report, judged lie continued and decreed, and FBOPOSED SAILINGS J.P. BacrWITH, Tramo Usui-.r. j. u. KAHNEB. A. O. P. A.

shipped In refrigerator cars. that the said petitioner, Sarah Payne, be and Lv.New York, Pier 21 K. R., 3:00p.: m., (Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick. . ___ __ St. Aufaatlaa.
she is hereby made anil constituted a Free
Stephen Towers, tho leading authority Dealer according to law, with full power and Friday, Aug. 20 STATE OF TEXAS FridaySept. 2
authorltyno take charge of and control her estate Friday, Sept. 2 ..CITY OF SAN ANTONIO Friday, 9
and writer on strawberry growing in to contract anil he contracted with, to sue Friday, 9. .. STATE OF TKXAS -Friday, 18
Florida, had tho following notes on the and be sued, and to hind herself in all respects Friday, 18 CITY OF SAN ANTONIO Friday, 23
as fully as if she were unmarried.It Friday, 23.. STATE OF TEXAS. Friday, go
subject in a recent number of his Farmer Is further ordered that, before this decree Friday, 30 .CITY OF SAN ANTONIO Friday, Oct. 7
shall be effective, publication shall be made ofa JSL Southern
and Fruit-Orower: copy of this decree once each week for four For general Information,steamers, trains, rates, eta., apply to anv railroad agent or toA. *
In P. MURPHY, Agent,220 W.Bay St.Jacksonville.It. .
In reply to a quostion, wo would say succeHSlve weeks. some newgpuper published
In said County of Hrevard. H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick, Ga.C. .
that the standard varieties for this state Ordered,adjudged and decreed at Chambers, II. MALLORY,General Agent, Pier 20, E. River, and 802 Broadway, X. Y.
Tampa, Florida, this 20th day of July, 1808.BARRON Railway;
are tho Noonan (of which tho Alabama PHILLIPS,

Noonun is only an improved descendant, Judge of the(Ith Judicial Circuit of Fla.A .

j nvigorated by a short residence on the true copy from the record. Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad.

soils of Alabama), the Cloud, the IIolTinan Attest : A. A. STEWART,

and the Wilson. The Cloud Is an Clerk Circuit Court, Brevard County, Fla.Seal. New Florida unci Northern Air Lino mid Florida Trunk Hue. M03T IXOELLENT 8ERVI0E OFFERED OUT OF FLORIDA.
[ .] By C. R. STEWART, D. C.
imperfect bloomer, and must bo planted Time Table In Effect Jnly O, 1808.

in connection with pot feet bloomers, like NORTH EAST, WEST.THROtrOH .
the Noonan, to insure fruit. NORTHERN TOINTS.Lv "
RI 2
Any soil that will produce corn will 8

produce strawberries, but it Is vory uphill "JTNDERond by virtue of a docreo signed by 8(Hip 8 ""a II BOp Jacksonville.. ArLv 0 13a 0 28p 9 40a PULLMAN DKAWINO BOOM CABS. DININO CABS,
of the (Ith
U Hon. llarron Phillips. Judge 4 4 p 8 4.'a 7 3 work to raise them on light sands. Circuit of Florida, acting for Judge of the 8 2llpT4.1p 0 30a 9 1Sponop .Fernandina ...LvAr 1 Ma 7 (Mlp 7 88aJ
th Circuit or said State, listed July audi, lsus.In .
0 23a . Everett ArAr. 7 05aB2ii 8 4Ap 30a
The heavier and wetter tho soil tho better
case of Interstate Building and Loan Association . Brunswlrk. LvAr.
8 4<)
providod tlioro is thorough drainage vs. S.J. Norton et. ill., I will sell at public 8 4llpAVIint 12 Olp iiaip113Hp .. Savannah. ....LvLv 4 47p p "WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LiniTED."
sale the
on Monday 0 0lp12( | <)Mp Savannah ..ArAr. 8 10a 1) 3ia 4 4lp
and tho water does not stand among the FIFTH DAY OF SElTEMltER, A. D. 18W! 0 .Mp llWp 188a Fairfax, 3. C. .Lv 31 8 30a 2 2lp134p Tkronch Vesttbuled DrawlnrRoom Sleepln Cars between Tampa and JTsw Tsrfc
2 2 4'iaeona ..Denmark, SO 2 24a 4 00a via JaokaoavUle, aatsanah and Columbia, without ohaaf e."UNITED .
roots. This, of course, applies to South in front of the Courthouse In Tltnsville, Florida 10 41p 4ep
during the legal hours of sale, the following !)jnp .Augusta, Oa 8 2la1183a "
Florida, where there is clay. Clay does lands : That tract of laud in section four (4>, 4 0Sp 4 24a1128a Columbia, 8. C. ii'47a STATES FAST MAIL.

not suit the strawberry well. In heavy east township, lieginning twenty-two at a pout i22>,two range hundred thirty-live and (30)ten 1 45p "" Spartanburg Asheville, N., S C.C '' 2 8 Onp 0ftp Puilssan Drawing Room Buffet Sleeping Can betweea Jacksonville and Nsw T rfc

land thero should bo bods thrown (21U) feet west and four hundred and twenty 8 lip 9 18u Charlotte, N. C. 10 20p 9 28a
up (4J0t feet north of the southeuat corner of the 93B|> 10 47a1J Salisbury, N. C. 8 21p 8 17a Embracing Lynchburg, Charlottesville.Washington. .
from eight to twelve feet wide, with waterfurrows northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of ll)4.lpHBlp lOp "Greensboro, N. C" 7 20p 7 08a Philadelphia.Pallman .
section four (4), towntdilp and range abo\e I3U|> Manville, Va. 8(>7p 8 Boa Baltimore and
ten inches deep betweon. named, and run north twenty-live anil one-half 8 4Ha rtilp * Richmond,Va. 12 00n3Mp 2 0ila

Make bed full in the middle to shed the ((28'<1 rods (net a post), thence west twenty-live 1 Ma! 3 40p I.vnchburg, Va. 3 40a188a Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars to Macon. .Atlanta, Chattanooga sod
and one-half ((28Mt) roils(set a post), thence south 3 3fta 8 3D|> Charlottesville, 2 ISp V-lnolanatl, with elose eonneatloa far Louisville and the Northwest.
rainfall. twenty-live and one-half(20M) rods (net a posti, 8 4J.I 9 2npU28p Washington ' 11 13aIM. 10 4.1a
hand culture which is almost universal thence east twenty-five ami one-half ((20 ) roils 8 imain Baltimore 'a 9 2<)p Also Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
For to place of beginning, containing four (4, acres, l.iaU4.lp 2 Boa Philadelphia 7 2<)a H.V.p
here, set the plants in rows eighteen in Brevard County, Florida. 8 2.1a New York 12 11a 4 lp Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville, Through tht"LAND
8 3 0 Boston 8
Terms of sale cash. 30pi p 00p 9 00a
or twenty Inches apart and twelve WM.Beggs MARTIN.Master.. "
i mm.i 6 LvI .JackHonvillo 9 OP THE SKY.
Mp 2.1p| 9 40aBSOal
to fifteen Inches in the row, the greater 111) H.i 9 00p Ar. ... Everett. ... T.ioa
& Palmer,
distanco In the tidier soil. Make a marker 1 V-v 4 13a Atlanta 8 211a. ll88p|
Solicitors for Complainant. 8 40.1 .. .
lUi 10 0t>pl 7 )
< consisting of a frame with a handle to I 7 'llp ....Cincinnatiga.. .I 8 3ila Forestalled Uformatloa a* rates, schedules, sleeping ear reservations, eto.. sppivtsI
a y agsal at tae kouTuiaa Eailwai er its eoaaeeuona.
push by and having four boards undernath -
Nns.38and 34 make connection for Brunswick, arriving Brunswick 4UW p. m. and 8:40: p mrespectively.
shaped like sled runners to slide Tommy Said. For New Orleans, train leaves Jacksonville 9:43: a. m., with through sleeper*; arriving .
-along the ground and mako marks. >ew Orleans 7.40 a. in. only through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from New Orleans A. SHIPlf AN, Florida Fass. A( .. 911 Wsst Buy Stress, Jacksonville. Fla.J.

Uncle John Well what do 0:M p. in. If. GULP. -W. A. TTJKI, 8. H. HABDwrCX,
Stretch a line to get the rows straight, you mean SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.Nos.38and .

to be when you get to bo a man ? 38 Fast Mail between New York and Jacksonville, and WseUatoaUa Man. rase. Agt., Asst.asa.Psx Allaaia.aaDO Ajl
and run the marker by this, one runner Sleepers the'Clncinnati TTashloglea.D.QL
Little Tommy (promptly) A doctor, Sleeper vl Asheville.Nos. .
touching the line. Make a punch of wood like pa. 37 and 38 carry through sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In connection with *iajrii8A.
8 and 1J and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. .
six feet with a point Uncle John Indeed and
long tapered (quizzically) ; .38 carries sleeper from Jacksonville to Atlanta and Chattanooga. This Is brought to
down about three inches long. Accustom which do you intend to be, an allopathor Jacksonville by No.33.
a homeopath ? All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket
yourself to punch holes with Little Tommy I don't know what office.202 Hogan Street, as well as at the Union depot ticket oflice.R.W. .
this until judge the right distance CAMPBELL, l s enger gent. J.F.MARSH ALL. Ticket Agent,202 TT Bay St., cor.
you can them awful b\g\ words mean, Uncle John; Hogan, Jacksonville.G. WALTER GOLEM Of, Gen'l Traveling Agent. Jacksonville.A. L

by the eye, then go into the patch but that don't make no difference, 'causeI M. IIOLORN, T. P. A., St. Auustine| Fla. O. MacDONELL, Gen. Pass. Agent. YOU GROW FRUIT ? THE AMERICAN FRUIT OkOWERS'JOLR.Ave b* ,
ain't Roln' to be either of 'em. I'm Chicago ofl.rs $30 In Gold for the ot
and punch holes along the marks. They conclsi artlciee ei C lt reVPackl r. Sk'Pfi1iit.
just goln' to be a family doctor an* give ilS*' iri.*tnt "' *w second and third 810, and so on. The contest is opesooiT
need not but cultivation "iZS"V r7 *
row one way; cross all my patients Hood's Sarcaparilla, Remember that the Indiax River 52?otIi TU' t yo" ar*;ot *"bscrlber yon sboald be aovway Only psbllcatloa la Amr, FbmE
is not necessary.If Advocate does all kinds of job printing 3P"We 'would esteem the favor If our .Miii.T,2. '<,,5."if?" f ,n* f r"' rrower. Official orga. of the Americas "
'cause that If he is a doctor P :
my pa says
.readers when *" or the prUe.
writing or calling upon Z.E. r a bscriptlon and the article
the plants be obtain*1 he's to that Hood's at short notice. Send them an order less* of *
can near by 'bilged own up Saraaparllla our advertisers to purchase merchandise A.XS'rViI' aathore will be pabll.lpd li the Christinas Usee. Every
is the best family medicine he and be convinced that It is the place to Growers'Joaraal worth a year's

{Continued on p ga 7.] ever saw la his life. have job printing done. etc., would mention the Advocate. 8KwMjwSAC-; > BelMlag" AME, CHICAGO'1JT,, ILL.! $50.00 IN GOLD.




[Continued fiom page It.] INDIAN 1UVKU QUAKDS.

AUGUSTINE.Egean Drill at th* Armory, over oonnty i iL.sv jr
russdsy evening In the month, at S o'eUok.C. .
take them up with a garden trowel, each It. STEWART, Caste as.v. .
arc Seeking a Homo in tho with a ball of earth its large as one's fist.
The only hotel on the bay. Summer
rates for Excellent Cut in on the opposite side first, then p. a. c. a.
yiew hotel permanent guests.
table. One of the best places on the Atlantic South should send to tho undersigned next to you, to get up the ball unbroken.If Meets Uie Presbyterian every Buntliiy church.exenlng st n.30 r !aaacat

Coast to spend your summers. the plants have to be shipped, get

AUGUSTINE FLA. Good fishing, sailing, and surf-bathing. them out of the INDEPENDENT ORDER MOOD .
ST. package as soon as possible TKMrXAX*
For rates, address F. C. IIAYDEN, Mgr. for of the
a copy and if the ground is no; ready dip Tttusvttta Lmlire No. 1" meets e\cry TuaiiUw
evening 7:80: In Presbyterian church,
them in water and heel In a shady place
meetings ttrst Tuesday In <>ach month.C. .

OKMONIXOTEL that Is, spread them out thlu In rows, A. GARDNER, U. W. Bt'OltIK,
Florida East Coast Homeseeker.We Sec't. f.T.CMUItCHKA. .
lean them to one side and cover the

roots with fine earth wetted and well

Set the plants as but
soon as possible,
have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for EPISCOPAL CHURCH.Btrvlcea .
for Summer Season of 1808. Fine surf-bathing fishing riding driving ouly in the afternoon, suy after 3 o'clock.It .
open Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the hoalthiest in th United States. ttml ami 4th rtnmlnya at2%
and wheeling. Sea Food a Specialty. will pay better to get lamps and woik month, Bt 11 ill. mid 7.311 p. >n. Hands >rt **'
Mrs. M. VANCE, Proprietress. Apply to until 0 o'clock than to set In the foienoou. awry. Sunday at II..hi a. in. Kvonlnu i>raa *
> iu. on
| Wednuwliiys.
Litany nirvloa
t'i.00 day $8 to $10 week. evvvjr
Hates, per ; per rrlday t 10 a. in.
If it is very dry fill each hole
JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner, Arclnluni'on II. K. Hhown, Rsrtsr.rilKRItYTKlMAX .
with water and let it settle before the

NEW SMYUNA.OTEL FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, plant Is placed in It. Tako great care rilt'RCII.

not to let dry earth crumblo into the
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.MANIER Services every SuMinrli at II u. m.snil 7.30p.m.
hole. Press the roots up against the nnn ni'hool nt ! 4.1 n in., t nun. Gnnlnsr.8iii 1
>t I'ravermentliiK on W e NELMS NEW SMYRNA, FLORIDA, llrmest sido of the hole; cram moist at 7 .in The imlilia nut eorillully liivltml fa w&;

Is kept open duting the Summer, under the management outth well down; be sure to leave no nlr toml our m>rvlees.Kav...PA 11. HEILm.MAN, Pasts*

of Mr. S. L. Story. Special attention will be given to traveling men; hole to dry out. Hit thocaith haul with

klso special rates by the week or month to families. 1% miles to Ocean Beach; your list at tho finish to pack it; make BAPTIST airitru.rronchiiiB .
Dl bicycling; row and saiHioats free for use of guests. For rates, etc., address
it so solid that v. hen you take hold of a evorv ml sm< fourth 8itinl ,,
S. L. STORY, New Smyrna, Fla.SUWANNEE mornliiK ami ownilni; I'nner Mcctmir* nm
& LANE MUSIC CO.Conoyer leaf and pull it, It II1 break oiT befoie Vtoilinmiluv exenlm: at 7 Ixi o olin k Knndav

you fetch tho plant.Do Kcliool t every Hunlav HninhiN at ljilran at n 4ft a.o.m All sru ANo corilulljr iireaetlnirttr *-

not pick tho green leaves olT the liivltml to attend.
Sl'KINGS, FLA.lwannee K. N. 11ku rsator.
plant befoie setting. Ho sine to have

the bud or crown of tho plant when sot
SOUTH'S FAMOUS I1EALTIIRESORT. rsator.METiiowsrait'Kcii. .
Fla.TIIE Just on a level with the genornl surface
Springs Open all the year. ; services every llrnt, third n
Fischer/Kingsbury Frankiln it too low or too high tho llrst beating Hiiii.Iiimi at II s. m. unit T.imi p. m. *)- ?
itehiMil every Hnnchii ut III (HI n. in. Fpw *t
Cure Brlght's disease, all kidney, bladder and liver trouble, rheumatism and rain will either cover and smother it l.eHii| eneli Hnmhiv st II .'10 p. nt. ITuvrr rnrhiiceveiy **-
bpepsia. Excursion tickets for sale from all points over the Plant System and with sand or expose tho roots. If there Uidlea* AM'Ihiirmluv nliilitut 7:00o'clock, TW

H & P. R'y. For illustrated pamphlets, with testimonials, address aie only a few choice plants, it will pay atSUHiri m. hverlMMl Hoeletv meet> Hulcoma* eerveilncntlav st ur cliut tt
Board Ten Dollars per week. ANDREW 1IANLEY, PIANOSCHICAGO service*.
Gen'l Manager, Suwannee Spiings, Fla. to shade each one with a palmetto leaf, Rev. A. I>. PE* NBV, Pastor.
stuck slanting In the ground, but on a

largo scale this fussing will not pity. CATHOLIC Clll'llClT.Hervtoes .
WHITE MOUNTAINS, N. II.ew Another growor says : Plants which st 10 s. iu. 8muhiv, rhn ism
Church ImilillnK, North Tltnsvllle. 'ClllUver.5tOstochlHin
weio set eaily, nml which have made a st S |>.
Lowest Prices Terms.fW liable in thin in.Kiev.. ,T. F. o-iiovls. Rectors
Mount Pleasant House ; Easy strong growth, aio our

WHITE MOUNTAINS, N. H. Floilda soils to have a setback, sometimes MI'NM'II'.XI.,
railed white bud or diobuck, unless
I OPEN FOR ITS FOURTH SEASON, July 2nd, 1818 The caao with which it (h reached from Write for Catalogues.MANIER.
: York, its pure water, pure air ami great elevation, make It peculiarly ileairable a* a summer they aio kept well nouiished. The town ctii'Nrir.' .
jirt The famous drives of the White Mountain* are all tributary to Mount Pleasant. The hor-
|lire carefully selected New England acock, and most of the vehicles were made exprexHly for A LANE MUSIO COMPANY, ilist Indication of this may be seen In a innvnr; It. 8. Smith, ni mti f;
) Mount Pleasant House, all of them poaseaainir the requlaitea of perfect comfort and safety. 24 Street Jacksonville Fla. slight reddish purplo tinge on the new l>. II rrltclinril, tux collector, H. II. \loilandlnahain -
_ e tennis courts and howling alleys are conittriiuted upon the most approved methods. There la Forsyth clerk iintl HitNexMor, Minor H. Jones. .In K.
|*Siie golf course, a well-laid-out biwoball diamond, an archery range ami croquet ground. loaves, which are smaller than normal It Walker, K. L. Ilni.ly, ,1. M. Hlxon, W. K.
Knox, eoitiiclliiien. The counell meets suv >u*&
ANDERSON & TRICE, managers (of Hotel Ormond, Fla.) and more crinkled. This is simply a call ami fourth Momluys In ench month,

fur moie food, and should bo heeded, ortho

result will bo disastrous. If not no win or thaok.

helped tho plant will soon bo covered Meets e ery seennil VeiNicmlay nlnht In em'lu
HOTELS month nt san o'clock In mount over imatolllca.
AU-the-ycar-roimcl. with leaves about as laigo as a dime, and .IiiiIkh M. rl..tone*. |ire liienlN in. 'M. JimaSv
treinoner ,1 ; vecrelury.OfNTV
its will bo
fruitage next to nothing.Tho .

greatest delicieticy is generally Intho
JACKSON VIL.L..E. element of potash, anil It Is always

safe to apply this at onco, say 200 pounds

Georgia Southern and Florida Railway.Suwanee to ttio nciu, strewn iu a shallow furrow ,1, H. Hnowilen, Tltunvllhi, It. X. Aliclr <
.otel Placid Openeae- about two inches fiom tho plants and Cocoa; H. I< Olhlta, .Mulhoiirne. jp't'm

January, 1894In River Route. oovored. It is also safe to Apply a good COUNTY COM MISSIONKH .
feitlllzor but it Is rathor
the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west eaily yet to W. II. Slmrpe, Rhnrpea, ehnlrmiiiii .Toki-u fi
[&& block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. The Georgia Southern & Florid.* lUltway comprises part of the Tlfton llouto, give tho main application of this; hence Mendel, ljnlrun ; .1. It. Walker, lliiinvlllirJim.
Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all tiains. Terms $2.50 day and it is well to resoit to the potash for Immediate HoiiKton, Kan (lallln.I.N; Wulier, Ankoniu.Iti'Kiilur .
to all North East and West anil thollnest *
and Is the most direct route points operates Heitalounure held tlrnc Monday iu aa Xamonth.
Jwards. Special rates by the week. JOHN S. BOVVEN, Proprietor.k relief and give tlio complete fertilizer .
Pullman Buffet sleepers; doublo daily, Jacksonville to via Macon,

Atlanta, and Chattanooga; traversing the famous fruit belt of Georgia, and the later.
The drouth has killed 'OIJNTY OFFICIAL*.
Historical Rattle Fields of North Georgia and Tennessee severo many
plants which weio not well established Minor H. .lonea, 'riliiHvllle, county Jnd e; T*
Hew For further information, maps, schedules, sleeping car reservations, etc, L. Osiilden, Tlluavlllt', proHeenlluir attorneys
Travelers' Hotel. but If we have a mild winter to which A. A Hlewurt, Tltnaville, clerk elri'iilt eourf: JV -
wiite or call on Wooten, Cocoa, tax nnaeiiNor, K. W. Hall. M
. the indication* rather point plants sot
Management. HUGH II. RICHARDSON Gen. Agt. Hharpea, tax colleetor; John Henry, Tltnaville.
trenanrer ,1. It. Hunia, Courtenuv,
even up to November 1, and well oared ; aiiperlnti N<
7 Hogan St., Jacksonville.O. nut imldln Inalriietlon; J. o Frlea lllunvlll".
FELIX GARCIA, Propiietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. CHECKLEY SHAW, A. MacDONALD, for, will grow n little dining the winter flounly aurveyor, .1. P. Hrown,Tltnsvllle, aliertf.Malarloii .

Vice-President, Macon, G.i. Gen'l Passenger Agt.Wm. and yield some fruit. They must havo

Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. food Immediately available Iu order todo Vltlt Malarloia Tahleta*

THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. anything. Dilll Iu tobacco dust or Guaranteed Cino for Chills, Fever ftmff
A SCENE ON THE SOO.rn cottonseed moal the former Is bettor Ague, or refunded. 60cents. AU
Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers, Sharing Parlor.- monoy.
King of Frranca Took Poaaeaaloa mltha wetting It In the furrow, If needed, to AUDruggists.

Land Two Hundred Years Ago.In Insure rotting, cover with a light whoclhoo -

St. Nicholas there is an article on"The and sot the plants in the furrow languages In 1'iilestino nro Arlbls-

IVERETT HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Great Lakes" by W. H. Harwood.Mr. which is left. It may be necessary to tan and Hebrew, even tlio smallest children

Harwood suys: water those uIho, which should ho done speaking the purest lllble Ilebiew.Mttlarlitfl .

While waiting for my steamer to be by filling the holes with water ami sot

Largest, best, and coolest; choice rooms for summer, $l.S0, *2, *.!, $> weekly, carried through canal locks of the Boo, ting the plants In them as soon as the la endurattil |,y heat I'liyalelaaaft.

evator, baths, bell service, etc. CHARLES A. OAKES. I stood one summer day uour a hill onwbioh water has settled down. and guaranteed to Cure Chills, Fever nnrilAguu.
now stands Fort Brady, overlooking All ilriigKlsts or fiom Mollit-

the rapids of the Boo as they West Drug Co., St. Louis.A .

flow from Lake Superior down into the THE ABBAKA PINEAPPLE-ITS
Bt. Mary's river and so on to Join at
whale of 50 tons weight exerts IfS
of Huron. On the of LACK OF APPRECIATION.Om.A .
last the waters top
horsepower in swimming 12 miles as*
aEBITT-E-EB lEHZOOTZSIL.t'S this hill, as nearly us I could decide hour.

from the topography of the country, o, Fi.A., Aug. 2.J, 1H1W.Kdilor .
was witnessed two centuries and a quarter
Indian liiver Advocalr ,0
Iimiik* r HleMiiiltoMt Helieilule
ago one of the most remarkable, one
mWSftEk TITUSVILLE of the most significant, scenes in the I do not finite understand why It Is

m j RjigH. history of the new world. It* has been that growers and consumeis of pineapples Steamer St. Augustine, of the I. K.J*;

Indian River.Fla. brilliantly described, and I may but should In sny way disseminate II. II. I. N. Co., loavesTltusvlllo Mondays,

S. MEADOR mention it.On against this variety in favor of any other and Wedncsdaysnt lili: p. m., nrrlyrngatSt.

June 14, 1071, a strange body of kind grown In this wide, wide woild, asit Lucie Kiver Tuesdays and Thursdays.Itetiirnlng .

Wanning ton Avenue, men was assembled on this bill. It war is the deliheiate opinion of experts in leave St. Luclo KlvejTvuu*
of foor classes the .officlul
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.A composed representatives of the king of France, pineapples that the Abba kit, If not superior days and Fitdays, arilving at .TitosvUTei

Open All Tlie Year, the Catholic missionaries, the voyugeurs Is ceitalnly t-ijual In etery iexpect to Wednesdays and Satuidays; connecting"Iioth

Contla Hint.Mr. and the Indians. Weeks before word the .Smooth Cayenne, or any other vailety north and south with J., T, A K.W. .

bad been sent out to the chiefs of 14 of grown in this country. lis flavor Is teain at Tltnsvllle.
Giglamps (who hus been caught
few minutes' by keeper with some fish in his basket the different tribes of Indians iu the region marked, distinct, pleasant, the fruit Is Freight for Indian I liver and Lnk -
Only a to meet at the Boo on the (lute Worth should leave Jacksonville
walk from Railway stations under taking size) Oh er well, you Juicy, anil is actually without woody Saturdays
mentioned. An Immense cross of wood and Mondays to .
and Steamboat land see, fact is, my glasses er magnify a substance or coie. In perfection and prevent delay.AIoNt
good deal. Make things look larger than was made and carried to the top of the mUo It will compare favorably with the
ings.On hill overlooking the swift flowing
the banks of the they really are I Smooth Cayenne, and as a prolific beaierof Ilcaiitlful I'liico on IntllasraICIv
* scions stands
makes plate on it was set up near the It pre-eminently at the <>r, for Halo, at a OrrutItargnlii.
occasion Ah
the ,
than nieeta )
deep bole iu the ground which was to head, yielding an average to each plant .
put down a quarter when yer means 4
bold font of the cross. of fifteen to twenty-five suckeis slips
the ,
WEST PAIYM IIKACII.ieminole half a dollar sometimes, I deesay, sir J JPunch.
When all bad assembled, St Lusson, and crowns, while the average from tbe The famous Tin key Creek Grove, *> *-

tbe representative of the king, lifted In other varieties is only from five to seven.Theiefoie slating of 14 seres of orange grove anal
A Coorwl one hand a clod of earth and in the I would to 40 acres of land fronting on Indian Klveiy
say persons contemplating
Hotel Two Irishmen were fishing npon the other his naked sword aud In tbe name and Turkey Creek, with steamboat lamfIng -
starting a pinery to use of
banks of a river, when it began to rain. of bis most Christian majesty tbe king and Tillman postofiice and railreiuff
With his line iu his bund one of them cf France took poaseasiou of tbe laud, the three following varieties In proportions station on the K. K. C. R'y. On the

OrEN ALL THE YEAR. stepped under the arch of a neighboring embracing in his assumption "all the named and they will not make Avery place, lying on the west side of Indian
Kiver three miles south of Melbourne
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.P bridge. region from tbe north to the south sea grave mistake: i of Golden Queens two miles, from Atlantlo ocean beach.,
fish there said his com and extending to tbeoceun on the west. and the balance equally divided between
'You can't ,
>W This hotel Is substantially built of brick, and has every conv en'en' < Cl?" *? About 4IX) good bearing orange trees,
MM railway depot Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel, panion. "Yon won't get a bite. Tbe cross was then raised before the the Abbaka and Hmooth Cayenne. They balance in young trees, will yield about 1mmm

Mfh fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from -\00 per day and "Whist now. cried Pat. "Don't motley tbrong tbe representatives oftbe ripen In tho order named.In 10(10( boxes this year. Can be madeto -

feyard : special rates by the week or month. yon know all the fishes will flock under government in their most gorgeous this connection let me say something yield 2iMi0 boxes a year In two yeasu .
OEOROE ZApr Proprietor. here to get in out of the rain?" TitDits. suits, the priest* in their rich vestments about the habit of the ami bervant's house and good packing house1*
the voysgeurs in their hunting Queen and rooms above. Good fishing, <|ialll.
garb of skins, tbe Indiana in their most wherein It differs from other pines. deer and duck hunting up Turkey G'mes'vflne

MIAMI.otel A. Rada rallaw. fantastic feathers and paint. A* tbe This variety Is strictly an annual and harbor for boats; lovely river f.xmt,.

Pretty Girl Did you see the way cross assumed position tbe priests intoned has its season, and no matter when you lands with beautiful for sale cheap.forest trees.Apply toV. IlanatocLt

that man looked at me? It was positively a stately chant of the seventeenth set it out. It will stand dormant until its L. Oai'ldi.v,

[ Miami MIAMI, FLORIDA. insulting. century. Then tbe French exclaimed season for fruiting arrives. Not so with Atty. for owners,.

Big Brother Did ha stare? "Vive le roil" while, as one historian the other two, as you can set out plants Titusvllle, Fla:
Pretty Girl Stare? Why, bo. He puts it, "the Indians howled in con
every week or so the year round, and In
Eight hundred feet ran hi* eye* over me and then glanced cert. Subscriber attention Wdeasvsnto
The largest all-tbe-year-round hotel In the city. twelve or fourteeo months from that J5f your
off at some one else, just as if I wasn'tworth Tbe plate opon the smaller timber the name-and-date slip pasted'upaen
broad verandas. Rates, $2.00 per day and upward.MRS. a second thought. New York bore an engraved inscription denoting time your fruit will mature.Capt. your paper or wrapper. If you arelax

JCXIA D. TUTTLE, Owner. Weekly. tbe king's possession of tbe land. E. A. Wilson. arrears, please remit.


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