Title: Indian River advocate
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 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: September 2, 1898
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River (Fla. : Lagoon)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079909
Volume ID: VID00199
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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Vol. ISTo. S3 TITXJSVILLJi:, FJL, .., FRIDAY, KJSPT. 1S98. 3iice, 5c.




LOCAL NEWS BABY CARRIAGES, CHAIRS, Cribs. E3T-BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc. a nice assortment BREVARD-DADE TEACHERS'NORMAL. FEW WORDS FROM CANADA. AMONG THE HOTELS.TeucherV "

Cradles, Springs, Mattresses, all prices. at Screven's Drug Store, .

Furniture Stork, Titusville.IF Lakr Edward, Canada,
And Topic* of General Interest. Titusville, F1a. Wiikkk to stop. See list of hotels on
The Summer normal has been in session August 2o, 18ttH. our 7th page.Tho .

Sir. O. B. Floyd, the well-known nt tho Titusville school house nil Editor Indian Hirer Adromte:
Society and General Gossip In connection Sheriff Jos. P. Brown left for another traveling man, is In town to-day. the weok, ami Dr. W. F. Yocum, president AnvocATK Is now on Hie at all

with Blscayne Hay, Luke Worth, Indian, trip down the river yesterday. The numerous ft lends of County of tho Florida Agricultural College, Dear Sir I have just returned from a tho best hotels In New York olty.
anil Halifax Klvers, Key West trip Into the far north, whore 1 had excellent
Lake and
Banana City, Prof. K. W. B.urtngton
Whore
do Intond this
Clerk A. A. Stewart nre pleased to see you going Mlmmei -
Archdeacon B. F. Brovtn wtll preach duck
and
in salmon
all other Important Points along the of who also sport Hulling '
iukI him outagnin after his late indisposition.Mr. Quincy by-thc-wny, has .' lieud summer resort advts. on 7th
KiiHt Coast of Florida. Hrlef mention offntereetlnfr at Eden, Sunday morning and evening.Rev. had considerable experience in newspaper snooting, 1 penetrated as far as the .

Events from Various Parts W. N. Chandoln, of LaGrange, and Mrs. L. A. Brady nnd children work havo been kept quite busy Ornnil Lake Ohatogoma and returned page.Tho

of the World ; About People You Know went to Eau Gal Ho last Friday afternoon left here yesterday for Hendersonvlllo attending to their many pupils, who are via the Chief river. I enclose map otmy Alcazar Is undergoing a thorough

and People You Don't Know Picked to attend the funeral of one of its oldest N. C, to sojourn for a month or so.Rev. much pleased with the methods the trip into the wildest, and almost the renovation In readiness for the winter

livOur Society Kdttor and a large staff above gent lemon adopt and walking coldest country on this continent. For tout 1st travel,
up residents, the Rev. II. M. Prince.Mr. E. E. Johnson passed through are
of Correspondents scattered along the hard lo follow out their precepts. 7M( ) miles canoeing we met no white person Tho Ocean View hotel
here his return to Cocoa, St. Augustino, J4
Wednesday, on
II. C. Budge, after spending a whatever, but the Indiana and Esquimaux
of Florida. Dining the week Dr. Yocum has been
Const
Knot Is business this
relatives after a vacation of several weeks' duration. doing a remaikably good
few weeks with his family and friendly.
lectures were quite n
dolivoiing upon psychology, military
It Is well
summer. patronized by
in Urbana, O., passed through here geogiaphy, and mathematics in his department Father and I leave next week for amonth's ollieeis who
speak favorably
THE ADVOCATE, -Wednesday on his way home to Miami. Mr. J. G. Bast, manager of thoCouitenay while Prof, ll.tnington has moose hunt in the preserves of of the cuisine and general very management.
Hunt Club and ostrich farm, followed with English history the Til ton Fish and Game Club. Wo also 4m
advance. Sheriff nnd Mrs. R. J. Chilllngworth, grammar, ,
*1. () annum, in
1.00> per" six months, ' who have been on a visit to their son, arrived in town Wednesday, to spend aew reading, orthography and composition. expect to have good trout fishing.Tho Manager John !S. Itowcn, of Hotel

countiies.ZJf Attorney C. C. Chillingwortli, in Atlanta ( days. County Supt. Jno. II. Sams has also been Advocate comes tegulurly, keeping Wlndeuiere, Chicago, sends us n musical
to foreign
jU.OH >ur an.
] well Willi Kast Const
of his evening
us supplied programme Sunday noncert. -
continually on hand doing his utmost to
returned to West Palm Beach onWednesday. ,
Jacksonville
Judge Minor S. Jones Is in
which read with much Intel est. He is hotel ami
before assist the teachers and make it as pleasant news, we a good man, very
this week, arguing some cases
nnd Sincerely yours, popular with his guests.Tho .
interesting as possible for them.Tho .
Reading notice ads. aro ten cents Advertising does pay, despite the Judge Call in the Clicuit Court, In teachers took their first lesson insightsinning W. F. J. McCokmH'K.Tho .
cleik at the Oilontal hotel
room ,
the absence of Judge Jno. 1). Broome.Rev.
per line on this page.Dr. croakings of the chronic grumbler. It on Monday, under Prof. [ above Is from Mr. Will. MoCor- Manhattan Beach, L. I., is Jas> R. Sangster -

pays to tell the public that you wisli R. I. Harnett, who has been Harrington, which exercise forms a very mick, who formerly resided with Ids for many years at tho Spring house,
B. R. Wilson left here Wednesday their patronage, and that you depend preaching in tho welfare of tho Methodist pleasant vaiiation in tho day's program. father (Mr. R. R. McCormlck) on the site Rlchllehl Springs, N. Y., and also chief

for Jacksonville. upon it. cause on Hlscuyne Bay for some Their instructor is satisfied that by the of the Royal Poitictana, Palm Beach; but clerk of Mr. II. M. Flagler's palatial

('apt. A.V.. Buie Is home again Contractor J. A. McDonald, who has months past, arrived in town yesterday, end of tho Normal all tho teachers will latteily became wintor residents of Cocoanut hotel at St. Augustino the Ponce de

fiom a trip to St. Augustine and Jack been sojourning for several weeks In New and will leave for Leesburg to-day. be able to incoiporato this valuable adjunct Grove. Ei>.] Leon for several winters past.Tho .

sonville. York and New Haven, Conn., passed Remember, II. E. Claiko,' the biggest in their fall school work.Mrs. New Mount Pleasant house, in the
south Wednesday, bound for his Miami carpet house in Florida, is bidding Adhemar Brndy Is also on hand, Indian Itlver Guards, Attention t
White Mountains Anderson
Robbins \ent
Attorney Geo. M. upto homo. and gives lessons, each day. In physical managed by
Jacksonville yesterday to attend to for a share of your patronage on our 8thpage. culture, which is being taken to most Pi ice, of Hotel Ormond, is a great

law business.Mrs. Our Jacksonville correspondent complain Note the address: 118 West Bay enthiiHl.istically by tho teachors.TITUSVILLEMIMS Members of Company C, Indian River favorite with tourists of tho bettor class,

of the hot weather. He misses street, Jacksonville.Messrs. Guards, are hereby requested to leturn who appreciate Its luxurious appointments
children
and
C. T. McCrory the Indian River breezes since lie has R. C. Scrlmgeour, of Titus, all equipments to the Armory, Titus and tine cuisine. Our Northern

have returned. here from a pleasant stay beun in the tnetropolia and probably a vllle, and C. T. McCarty, of Ankonn, ROAD. ville, as soon as possible.By readers should make a note of this fact.A .

in Georgia.Rev. few mosquitoes.Rev. have been selected as committeemen for order. C. It. hrswAiir, captain.Hhlpplnic rumor Is afloat to tho effect that
and Mrs. A. D. Penney and Brevard in the appioaching Republican The shell road between Titusville and
J. 11. Hawk will deliver an county Mr. II. 11. Plant, the owner and propilotorottho -
little girl, of this place, have been atocoa illustrated sermon to the children at campaign; while F. C. Root, J.S. Minis Is complete, excepting it few bun- Fish from Hehasllnii.Tltusvlllo's famous Plant hotels on tho
< several days this week. Warner and C. C. Haight have been died yards laid with fibre, which makes handsome
City Point on Sunday next, the 4th inst., west coast of Florida, will erect a
it the best for and diiving
highway riding -
o'clock is invited selected for Dado.Mr. new hotel on the corner of Commerce
Major E. W. Peabody, the energetic at two p. m. Everybody ever seen in the above section. County enterprising fisherman
n'prosentative of the Times-Union and to attend with bible.We and Mrs. J. O. Walton and Commissioner John It. Walker had Mr. Geo. W. Scoblo has a fish camp at and Tallapoosa stieets, Montgomeiy. -

i itizen, is in town this morning.Mr. beg to call the attention of our Claude aro still sojourning In Macon, charge ot the shell-laying in Distilot No, Sebastian, from vthloh place he hits nl- .

and Mrs. L. C. Oliver and clillilien readers to the inventory side advt. of G.K. Ga., uheie they aro enjoying themselves 2 (from Titusville to LaGrange), and ready shipped several carloads of fresh All tho Barron, Merrill Barron White

of Miami, were passengers onWednesday's Paddlson & Co., Eau Gallie, on our Immensely. They speak In high terms ho laid his shell nearly the width of the fish to southern mid northern markets. Mountain hotels, the Kabyan, Crawford.Summitand .
train en route to Georgia.Mr. 4th page. It will undoubtedly pay to of Macon and its hospitable people, and road, about ten foot, making it reach Twin Mountain houses will
Investigate what they offer. sav It is nno of the healthiest and most from the biidge at tho top of Main street remain open until October. This month
T. II. Sanders, one of Courtcnay's pleasant Southern cities they have 10sldod connecting with District No. 1. DistilotNo. The F.direrlnn Orange Grove.On is by far the finest in the mountains, and

prominent orange growers, spent Not in many years have we seen In. 1 lias been attended to by County as all the hotels aro fitted with steamheatlug -

tiom Wednesday until Thursday intown. mosquitoes so bad in Titusville as they Payne & Wllllngham, Macon, Ga Commissioner Joseph Mendel, who has Sat unlay last Col. D. M. Edgeiton, apparatus and open IIienlaces,

have been this week. Fortunately, they the largest manufacturers of furniture had tho shell laid for wheel tracks, the of Kansas City, Mo., through Attorney comfort Is ussuied.
do not abide with us in such lnrge numbers are in the South, and their factory is earth in the centre being raised to allow I). L. Gauhleii, of this place, signed the
Mr. ( 'has. K. Kenyon returned toI of time.MissSweetland .
for any length rain otf in deeds turning over his orange grove,
the nearest to Florida. This firm has an the to run wot weather. This
I itusville yesterday, after a pleasant Kim lire Paity at Mealireese.A .
residence and other ellVcts at Bonaveiituro -
several with his family Obonchaln, of Cocoanut immense and varied stock of household Titusville-Mims road is pronounced by
of
-" journ Seabieeze. days Grove, and one of Dade county'B and office furniture to select from, and those who have traveled over It to ho to Col. S. F. Travis, of Cocoa, who

it coining school teachers, registered at they would be glad if any of the furniture great improvement over the niitodoluvian now becomes tho sole owner of this valuable very enjoyable alfalr was a progressive

Attorney A. J. Lewis, of Fort Pierce, the Summer Normal, Titusville, yesterday. dealers in Florida, Georgia or other reads that we have been so much piece of property. Col. F.dgoiton euchre party at the Inn on Tuesday
stopped oil here from Monday until She arrived at the Indian River states would communicate with tlibm. accustomed to In Florida, and It is needless huh beun In town all the week.Titusville evening. There were eight tallies. The r

Tuesday, en route to Jacksonville, where hotel on W'ednosday.Vicepresident Please take take note of their ad. on our to say that our people aro quite party was given by the guests of the
lie had a case before Judge Call.Messrs. 4th pleased at being able to ride, drive, hotel. A few of the cottage people wore
and page. Town Tas Hale
J. R. Parrott
wheel or walk on a solid road. present. Mrs. If. S. Chambers, of Orange
E. P. Porclier and J. M. Traffic Manager J. P. Beokwith, of the
Much praise is duo County Commissioners Lake, won tho ladles' first prize, ajardlnier
Sanders, of Cocoa, were in town Monday B. E. C. Ry., after spending a week orso YOU NEED ICE-COLD DRINKS of Mendel and Walker for their untiring On Monday next, the oth day of Sept, ; Mrs. S, W. Johnson, of Do-

attending to matters in connection in New York, discussing business any kind, or fresh fruits, cigars, etc., exertions in carrying this road 18IIH, at the door of the Town Council Laud, the ladies' second prize, a vase.K. .

with the recently-sold PaineTiffinlaunch. matters witli Mr. Flagler, returned to go to B. B. Pyles, Titusville. through with such promptitude. Chambers, Washington avenue, Titus A. Cairoll, of Gainesville, won the

Jacksonville on Sunday. ville, all lands upon which taxes have gentlemen's second prize, a silver knife;

Contractor J. A. MacGulre, of St. Remember that if you need fertilizer Capslseil. Generous Vsual.Mr. not been paid, will be sold, or so much Horace Htewait, gentlemen's first prize,
Plant Nteamer as
Augustine, was a passenger on Monday's of any kind, Little Bros., Jacksonville, is thereof us will bo necessary to pay the a cliln.t-baoked haml mirror. Miss Bennett
southbound train en route to Palm the place to buy It. Their Immense factory amount due the Town of Titusville, the and J. J. Williams, of Gainesville,
Ueach, to commence the construction ofa in bouth Jacksonville turns out an While coaling at the quarantine station II. M. Flagler, with his usual delinquent tax list having been publish.ed eairied oft tho boobies. After the card

residence.Prof. enormous amount of fertilizer every at Fernandina harbor on Wednesday generosity, has contributed .">,(HH) to the in the AiivocAl'K for live consecutive party dancing was Indulged In until
Plant steamer Ollvetto Red Cross for tho relief of sick the of sale. late
week. It will pay you to give them a morning, the capsized Society weoks preceding day hour.
C. A. Lincoln, representing and went to the bottom In about and wounded soldiers.
order.Mr.
Rollins College, Winter Park, was in trial 33 feet of water. Fortunately, no lives
town from Saturday until Monday, when Wm. M. Brown left here last were lost. An effort will bo mado to Sunflowers an Antidote Against Yellow Kit nations for Young Men.Tho Sliowcuso Ilargraln.

lie left for Cocoa and Rockledge. We Saturday for Jacksonville, to board the raise her of course.
acknowledge a pleasant call.Mr. Clyde steamer Algonquin for New York.He Fever* Georgia-Alabama Business Colluge -
month or so In New Macon Ga., although It has several For sale, cheap, 4-ft. showcase; nearly
will spend a ,
Henry J. Egger has accepted a Klection at Canaveral.At and In good condition. Address
establishment ofE. York state and Connecticut, joining his Precinct Writing tho Farmer and Fruit Grower, hundred pupils each year, seldom has a new
in the A. P. G
position grocery Mrs.Kgger family at New Hartford, where his stay Mrs. J. A. Thompson (M. D.) says: graduate Idle. Young men of good
this
L. & at Cmo AnvoCArts.
Bro. place.
Brady from is always a most enjoyable one. the democratic precinct election "Many of your readers will be anxious business education and ouorgotio charnctoristtcs -
will return
and children not held at Canaveral, the following were about yellow fever. The old woman's are always in demand, and we
the middle of next Wednesday
Alabama until about the Advocate on
Writing elocted to the County Convention, to beheld advice about growing sunflowers todilve have no doubt that If any of our yotinn
month.Mr. Mr. E. P. Rogers, of Atlanta, says: at Fort Pierco, September 21, 1808: olT nialatla is true. The Mowers friends ot either sax write this business Wood for Hale.

Wm. Kindle, manager of the "I like your pink paper very much not N. N. Penny and W. C. Paterson.On should be cut early, dried, and burned college special rates will hit made, which
Kd. Stlllng hardware store at Cocoa, was for its color, but because it gives more motion, it was resolved that the about dwelling places, and this will dispel will enable thorn to attend as cheaply asto All kinds of wood, from six Inches to>

"i town a short while on Saturday. lie varied information concerning your beautiful delegate In attendance cast the vote of yellow fever, smallpox, and all malarial remain at home. Apply to Prof. K, four feet or over; cut clean. Delivered

une up to see his child, who is being East Coast than any paper 1 know' the precinct in the convention. Carried.L. fevers. The alkaloid of sunflowers L. Martin for further particulars regarding nt residences at lowest possible rates,
of mine calls it 'a daisy. Ciiari.ks K. Kknvo.v,
uken care of by Mrs. Smith its grand of. A friend the coming J. Tl'TKN, 1W. (Hollanthus annnus), taken internally, this well-known educational establishment. Titusville Fla.
will be down ,
I your way "
of these fevers,
mother. winter." E. Cjianih.ku, I Precinct Is a sure preventive .

Claim Agent G. L. Zohnbauer, of Hk.niiv Wir.so.v, [ Committee
hast Coast Railway, was in town from A prominent visitor to Jacksonville chairman. J Kxnurslon to *f arksonvllle.A For the Indians, Uncle Hum'rt Now Territory.
this week is Major Joshua Curry, a Key
to
until attending some
Monday Tuesday,
New Yolk
who to
millionaire
goes
' I aims made against his company for the West East ('oust residents Brevard County J. O. Fries, Cuba general
in the interest of a railroad, which he The Vote for ltepresentatlve up to This groat many Surveyor Latest map of including
vidental killing of cattle in this sec't to build from the mainland to Date. took advantage of the cheap trip to Jacksonville has boon kept quite busy of late in Dado description, resources and Industries;
>>n. purposes Tuesday, for the of whoro lie has been engaged by climate business
West. Major Curry Is .one of the purpose county, chief cities, distances, ,
Mrs. Walter R. Watson and baby Key most genial gentlemen, and is thoroughly witnessing the grand parade of the the Uniteil States government to explore, chances; how, when and whoro to go;

>> r>ved in town, from Jacksonville, last cosmopolitan. He lias just returned fioma Editor Indian ftivrr Advorate. Seventh Army Corps, which took place survey and select suitable tracts of land cost of transportation, etc. ; mailed free

Saturday, and will now make their headiiiartcrs fifteen-months tour of Europe, visiting Dear Sir Allow me to correct a notice on Wednesday. Those who were piesent for the Momlnolo Indians, ere they aro for ten cents In stamps. Address or caU

at the Indian River hotel, where eyery point of interest, and been entertained in the Cocoa and Rockledge News, which said it was a sight well worth witnessing entirely crowded out of Florida by tho upon William Holier, Cuban agout, No.Ii .

man> fiiends are glad to welcome them.Mrs. by persons of world-wide celebrity.At should have read as follows: ; but many who knew nothing about white settlers. Sperial Agent Duncan, Laura Street, P. O. llox,2H4, Jacksonville
it until it was over, said it was a pity it of Washington Is also In Dado county,
Watson has a warm spot in her Hong Kong, In the early spring, hewaa Parker, il.'lHughlett Fla.
heart for Jacksonville, where she has the guest of Commodore Dewey.TimesUnion <> was not advertised in the local papers, looking after the Inteiests of the Indians.

ipent numerous happy days; but still and Citizen.On Scattering, 21Odils so that they could have viewed tho spec Both these gentlemen have been
die likeB to getback to Titusville to enjoy in favor of Parker. tacle. A groat many people live miles making Fort Lauderdale their head Fine Property for Hale or Kx-

waft of those tine southeast breezes 8th page will be found an ad. of Parker stock advanced 4 points in the away from a railroad station; and, as quarters. Surveyor Fries has now returned Kxoliange

which continually blow across Indian the Georgia-Alabama Business College, last 21 hours. they do not take the dally papers, their to Titusville, having had rather

Civer. Macon, Ga., where a great many Floridians All the Democrats are electioneering only means of getting Information is an unpleasant job surveying In the Ever Hector Island property, a beautiful
branches
are studying for different through our local weekly papers. However glades. Indian River v
for Parker. placo at Melbourne, on ,
of business. The principal, we are Informed A Democrat. tlilrty-two from Titusville enjoyed

I>o*e for Most i u I toes. is a very gentlemanly and talented the outing, among whom we noticed K.L. Florida. dwelling
comprises a
man, and his institution is considered Brady, the Misses Josephine, Aline Keep the Money In the County, This property
one of the best of Its kind In the South.It Sailboat Wanted. and Daisy Itrady, Mr. and Mrs. W. N.Hendry house, store, lOxliO, with II also rooms small upstairs 11p
wharf
with screen steamboat a
Screen your windows is well patronized, which is an indication Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Morgan, Why send your money out of ths ; ; banana and
'loth, or have a cheese cloth net. Laugh that Prof. E. L. Martin does the right Wanted to buy a second-hand sailboat, Mrs. B. R. Wilson and children, the county and state to Dayton, Ohio, or tangerine orango grove, lawn
it them and cool under a Gage other fruits, with rare shrubbery,
keep Walker. thing by his pupils, who are all much not less than 20 feet in length and 12 Misses Daisy Skill, Jackie and Lucille some other place, to buy your liquor ? and artesian well.
< anopy. For sale by Gardner & pleased with his methods. The college feet beam. Address with full particulars Klce; Mrs. T. If row her, C. C. Curtiss, Send $:).S0to J. D. Crabb, Cocoa, ami tennis ground will sell the property for

Is situated in the centre of the city, and "Wkhowaji I.Y.*," W. It. Knox, S. G. Vanlandlngham, II.T. get one gallon of good old Pennsylvania one-fourth The owner the amount asked by the lataC.
Is very convenient for the scholars. Wenonab, N. J. Titus and others. Rye. Add 2.1 cents for Jug.
will for a good
Fine Residence and lMneapple Board is reasonable in the city for pupils J. Hector, or exchange
and residence near a town
Plantation For Sale.A $i to $10 per month. For Sale on Hay JlUcayne. Typewriter For Sale, Cheap.SmithPremier I'xaiiiiiuttloii. orange between grove Titusville and Blscayne Bay.

For particulars, apply to the owner,

most beautifully-located villa and WHITE ENAMEL BEDS, CRIBS, Curtain New stone house and three acres of typewriter. In perfect The regular state teachers' uniform Jamks Palmer,

plantation overlooking from a high poles, Toilet sets.FCK3UTUBB. land, fronting on Bay Blscayne, overlooking order, used very little. Can be had at a examination, for Brevard county, will Patchogue, L. I.Or .
bluff the picturesque Indian River; in Stork, Cape Florida and the ocean; on bargain for cash, owner having no further be held in the public school building, to his Attorney, F. J. Webb,

the centre of the pineapple section; large Titusville, Fla.llonejf rock road, four miles south of Miami. use for It. Titusville, commencing on Tuesday, September Titusville, Fla.3T" .

roomy buildings and oat-houses. Modern Highest point on the bay. For further particulars address, lith, at 8:30: a. m.

conveniences; inside toilet arrangements 200 acres one mile north; 6 acres Inyoong "So. !M," Examinees will come prepared with '

baths, sewerage; boat-house and for Sale. grove; tenement house, etc. care of Advocate, pens, Ink and legal cap paper, and to pay Aa an advertising medium, ne 'firI
pier; lawns, shrubbery, flowers and 15 Might exchange for unencumbered income Titusville, Fla. fee of 91.00. paper on the East Coast can beat thaAdvocate. >
Farther J. II. Sam Give ns trial advt., *
acres In best quality pineapples. or farm.K. *, I
Several barrel* of fine, new honey for property Pnblio Instruction, and be convinced of the pink papei'#
particulars ofW. P. Ksoeqel. C. DkARBORS, NEW GOODS In this week. No trouble Supt. -

G. WnrAws Eden, Fla. ale, cheap. Sebastian, Fla. Cocoanut Grove, Fla. to show them. Gaiixer A Walker, Brevard County, Fla. worth. ,1 ,



INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 2, 1898.



BABY'S SMOOTH FAIR SKIN more rapid growths with orlsper and MONKEYS IN MINES. CALL FOR COUNTY CON GEORO MARX. JOnmap.x..

finer and therefore more -saleable bonds VENTION.

Is the result.It l'anper Labor anil No Mistake InTran tho
A Grateful Mother Write* thf Letter- is of to trvMil.
course impossible a
suggest
There will be held a convention of the Wholesale Dealers In
Tells all about Her Troubles when general fertilizer that wilt meet all con
Captain, E. Moss an In
Englishman Democratic Party of Brevard county,
with Sorofula Sores."At ditions. For the average sandy soils of GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE...
Baby Broke out the Transvaal, tells the following story Florida, at Fort Pierce, Wednesday, September ,

I lie age of two months, my baby the southern coast regions probably a of the monkeys who work for him in the 21st, at 10 a. m., for the purpose

began lo have Bores break, out on his right fertilizer like the following will be desirable mines: of nominating the following officers: 131 anil 133 Ea/it Kay Street and O and 8Nawnan Street,

cheek. We used all the external applications : It should analyze at least 31-4 "I have twenty-four monkeys," said One representative in state legislature; Jaoltsonvlllo

that we could think or hear of, per cent of nitrogen, 7 per cent Of phosphoric he, "employed about my mines. They one tax assessor; one tax collector; one If'lox'ica.n

to no avail. The sores spread all over one acid, and 10 per cent of potash. do the work of able-bodied .
board FRUIT HOUSES
seven men.In treasurer; three members school ; ONE OF THE OLDEST IN THE
side of his face. "We consulted a physician Few southern soils, unless they have CITY
many instances they lend valuable aid five county commissioners, all to serve ,
and tried his medicine, and In a week
previously been heavily manured, should where a man is useless. They gather up also for other business
the ibro was gone. But to my surprise in two years, any We for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes
receive less than half a ton of this mixture are headquarters ami
the small of that would be
two weeks more another scrofulous looking pieces quartz that may come before it. guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed.
sore appeared on baby's arm. It per acre. In most cases a ton passed unnoticed by the workingmen, Known Democrats, and all other voters your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be please.I.

grew worse and worse, and when he was would be better, and the most successful and pile them up in little heaps that can who will pledge themselves to the

three months old, I began giving himHood's growers often find it profitable to easily be gathered up in a shovel and various precinct committes to support MARX BROTHERS, Jackson m!

Barsaparilla. I also took ilood's even double this amount. This fertilizer thrown into a mill. They work just as the nominees of this convention, will be
Barsaparilla, and before the flrat bottle should be scattered broadcast and liar-
they please, sometimes going down into allowed to vote at primaries or mass
finished the eores were well and have rowed better-two CZi jE3 { S was in at least a month the mines when they havo cleared up all meetings for selection of delegates. > * -
never returned. He is now fouryearsold, months before the set. INSI
plants
are the debris on the outside. They live and Precinct Committees will appoint time
but he tins never had any sign of tbo e
This is critical in cabbage
always a point
scrofulous sores since be was cured byHood's work together without quarreling anymore and place for holding primaries op mass ZFMjelo

Barsaparilla, tor which 1 feel very growing. If, as sometimes happens, than men do. They are quite meetings and give due notice of same. 417, Jt 410 tv. Hi,, M
grateful. My boy owes his good health a continuous showery day comes just at methodical in their habits, and go to Precinct Committees will be the same

and smooth, fair skin to this great med the right time, it should by all means betaken work and finish up in the same manner as at last convention. JACKSONVILLE, FLA,

icine." MM. 8. 8. AVroten, Farming- advantage of. This may not be as human beings would do under'Simllarcircumstances. The various precincts will be entitled RICH WINES create ,. > ,,
ton Delaware. Get only Hood's. agreeable woik, but it is certainly profit thy blood. Don't liuikc tl>, ,
It is interesting to
very to representation as follows: buying sour |ioor wine li ,
ttrB prompt, efficient andrlOOUS able. If the setting could bo done at watch them at their labor, and see how 4Titusville Narrows 1Georgiana cheap. It is not. It ha ., .
La Grange grceuble effect upon tli
KlIIS easy In effect. anwn's. night it would be nearly as advantageous.Probably'in carefully they look after every detail of 11 1Merritt good wine is really not i \i .
practice the best thing todo Point 3 3 jrlves yon that pillH'ii-l. l'
the work they attempt. They clean up City nut lulled leeliiur.
is to employ a good force of hands, about the mines, follow the wheelbarrows Cocoa & Itockledgef! Canaveral 2llaulover frfi"" We nnike a 8]>eclalt\ ,,|
CULTIVATION OF THE CAB Eau Oallie 3 1 Mountain Dew < <>di \\ ]
and late in the afternoon and
begin keep
and used in and old 2.fi0
carts mining, pickup Melbourne 2Malabar Bluff 1Ankona years $! per fiiillonI'arties
Spruce
BAGE. busy as long as the men can see to properly that falls off the living in lr> l, \i.
everything on way. 1 1Mlcco well to order from in*, ,i u, (
do their work. One thorough watering Tit-Bits. Sebastian 3Ft. them 60 per cent, on all irli3)1 -
Editor Indian Hioer Advocate. *will in most cases be all that isneeded. Pierce 5 Banyan )- Always send mon<-\ with
We will not open new an i,, .
Among tlio various winter vegetables If the cabbage rows have been HELP is wanted when the nerves become Eden 2Ft. White City suitable Jacksonville ri'fii -
Drum 1 Woodley . No Goods sent C. O. I) t<, !n< i iAfgent
which nro largely grown In the south, properly spaced and set straight, the weak and the appetite falls. Ilood's for lmlinnoiHilit* lit. hi

few are on the whole more satisfactory subsequent culture can nearly all be Sarsaparilla gives help by making the S. Sams, Taos. Johnsox, Brewers and ltottlers, Inili.u, ,]

either In returns, ease of culture, and done with the horse hoe. Frequent only blood Ilood's.HOOD'S rich, .pure and nourishing. Get Sec. pro tern. Chairman, Hercules Malt Tonic, S2.2S per case; Clayton & KuBsell Wild Cherry Brandy, *4.ri |,.-i ,.

exemption from ordinary crop mishaps, stirring of the soil, especially In dry Democratic Ex. Com.BANANAS. .

than the cabbage. It is only affected by weather, Is of great benefit. One of the Pills are easy to take, easy tooperate.

the severest frosts; is fairly exempt from most successful growers of cabbage that Cure Indigestion, sick headache. SAW AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE TA1UI,
I>nl tka, Fin. E. liny St., Foot of ( nthirlnr.
(Unease, and while the pecuniary returns the writer ever knew, after the plants

are generally only fair, yet the reasonable had made a dozen leaves or so, always Free Pills. The fertility of bananas is one of the WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY

certainty of malting something, and, gave the soil around the plants a good Send your address to II. E. Bucklen & marvels of nature. To raise thirty-three ,

from unusual market conditions, the occasional sprinkling of nitrate of soda, or four Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box pounds of wheat and ninety-nine pounds
of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial Manufacturers of
opportunity of receiving very hundred pounds to the acre. After such will convince you of their merits. These of potatoes requires a space of ground

profitable returns, commends it to the an application, followed by the culllva.tor pills are easy in action and are particularly that will produce 4,000 pounds of bananas. and Lath.

prudent grower as a crop eminently meriting you could almost see the plants effective In the cure of constipation The nutriment contained in one Cypress Lumber Shingles, *
In cabbage culture In almost and sick headache. For malaria and ,
attention. grow. as banana is equal to five ounces of bread,

That invincible trio, good seed, good everything else, the profits come to the liver troubles. They they are have guaranteed been proved to invaluable. be so great Is the ability of this socalled"Tree A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, celling, siding, moulding*. Unties,

land, and good culture, are, however, man who is liberal In expenditure and perfectly free from every deleterious substance of Paradise" to extract the greatest lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. ( >|,resimouldings

imperatively demanded in the case ofcabbage. work. It is not a lazy man's crop, and, and to be puroly vegetable. They amount of vitalizing material from of all patterns a specialty.

On this agricultural threeleggod la fact, we don't know exactly what is. do not weaken by their action, but by ground, sun and rain.In When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see as.
the stomach and bowels
giving tone to
stool all crops must stand; but Norman Koiuksox. greatly invigorate the system. Regular the tropics the banana Is a well-

In tlio caso of cabbage the tripod needs size 2.>o. per box. Sold by F. S. Chaffee, known staple article of food and it is extensively

to be especially stout and strong. Heats the Klondike.Mr. druggist. used in cooked forms. On the

The first one, good seed, cannot be too A. C. Thomas, of Marysvllle, Tex., Pacific coast which derives its supply THE SOUTHERN FUEL & SUPPLY Company,

carefully looked alter. A great many has found a more valuable discovery A PROLIFIC FLORIDA FRUIT.Wilhelmina from the Sandwich Islands and Tahiti
than has yet been made in the Klondike.
peoplo seem to imiiglne that "cabbage For he suffered untold the food, in Its cooked form, is highly
years from
agony
seed Is cabbage seed," and that one kind consumption, accompanied by hemorrhages If there is any tree in the world from appreciated. At all the restaurants of Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,

is as good as another. Nothing could be ; and was absolutely cured by Dr.King's which a' man could pluck fresh fruit San Francisco and anyone who has patronized

farther from the troth. There Is plenty New Discovery for consumption, day in the and all the them knows their merits the
every year years
coughs and colds. Ho declares that gold Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
of seed sold every your in the south that is of little value in comparison with this of his life, it is the Cattley guava. Of menu contains such delicious dishes as

a man had far better buy, If he must, marvelous cure; would have it, even ifit course, he would have to keep up a succession fried bananas, banana fritters, banana

and throw in the lite, than put it into cost a hundred dollars a bottle. Asthma in his orchard by frequent plantings omelets and banana pancakes. The 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telephone .'"-'

the ground with any expectation of profit bronchitis and all throat and lung since the tree, or rather bush, isshortlived fruit is also served cut in slices, with
from the sowing. Much of It Is old and affections are positively cured by Dr.King's J. K. MUNNERLYN, General M.umirer.p .
New Discovery for consumption. as all such prolific plants sugar and cream.
will not germinate, much is of a bad Trial bottles free at *'. S. Chaffee's drug usually are. These good qualities have attracted

strain, of feeble stuck, that never will store. Regular size ;"0o and $t. Guaranteed There are two varieties, the red Cattley the attention of scientists; and of late Stock of
| I Invite your Attention to my Complete
make decent heads however good the to cure or price refunded. or strawberry, and the yellow Cattley. years experiments have been made In

culture. Some seedsmen don't know, The Little Queen's I'll'to re. They are dwarfs or shrubs, growing the processes of desiccating the fruit and -* HARDWARE AND CROCKERY *-
and some don't care, and it behooves at the best only fifteen or eighteen of grinding its meat into a sort of farina.

the grower to take special pains, by consulting who is to be crowned feet high; foliage of a rich dark green There are innumerable other qualities to
those in their own neighborhood Queen of the Netherlands on September Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tiuwaie. i.miteware -
color thick and the the banana.In .
shining resembllDg
Oth has Builders' Hardware water coolers, i< e < learn
personally sent to Mr. Bok, the doors, sash and blinds, and ,
who have had experience in tho mattor, editor of The Ladies' Home Journal camelia, a beautiful ornament for a Cayenne wine and vinegar are made freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves. Blue Flame keroslne oil stoves, Harden moi-

to avoid tho costly err-or of starting with himself a Hollander by birth one of her lawn, as well as profitable for the fruit. from bananas. The Malays use them asa plows and harrows, paints and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poulti> iwuuw

inferior seed.It private portraits for publication In the The strawberry guava Is globular, about medicine, with tonic and astringent and barbed wire,

is needless to bo said that to get last next portrait number which of his will magazine.be taken It of is the the an inch In diameter, and of that peculiar qualities. In the Antilles its ashes, Harrison Bros' Ready Mixed Paints.Plense .

early cabbage one must get an early little lady before her coroimtlon, and musky fragrance which characterizes which contain potash, are used to wash Write me for Prices. i respectfully >ii. it i 1, -
start. This, however, Is not always easy will bo printed in connection with a specially the tropical or common guava, borne in clothes. your putroimire. Mail Orders given 1-rouipt aud Careful Attention, and ln<|Uirie3vr. -

of attainment. In the extreme south, prepared sketch, showing the personality clusters of a fino claret color. The skin The skin has been found to be valuable prices answered promptly.AVIint .
of the first Queen of Holland 33. oniTBEn,
tho best cabbage seeds can seldom bo from every point of view. has much the consistence of that -of the in many ways. Itgives a beautiful fiber,

made to germinate in August. Until rig, but thinner. The interior Is a soft, from which fine cloth can be manufactured West Palm. Beach, Fla.tiontof .

the daily averngo summer temperature The wings of some Insects are so tbin, tloshy pulp, purplish red next to the ; and, lastly, from its juice Indelible

approaches 75 F., it is a waste of time says Dr. Lardoer, that 50(100( placed one skin, paler toward the middle, and white Ink has been made.

and seed to attempt it; September is upon the other would not form a heap in the center; it is quite juicy, and intlavor

about as early as it is worth while toplant. of more than a quarter of an inch inheight. and consistence resembling the Tommy Said. Magnolia Grocery....

Even then partial shade and strawberry. The yellow Cattley is about
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
groat care and attention to watering will the size of a guinea's egg, and of a better Uncle John Well, what do you mean

bo needed. For tho general crop October quality than the strawberry variety. to be when you get to be a man ? STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
Is probably about the best month weak The woman who la Both the strawberry and the yellow are Little Tommy (promptly) A doctor, .
nervous, tired and
for starting the plants, though this ofcourso exhausted ; who has a full of minute seeds, which is their like pa. Butterine, 1-lcts. per i>" ""
Uncle John Indeed and
(quizzically)
;
will and variable
greatly in the wide poor
vary and no strength appetite or principal defect. which do you intend to be, an allopathor Write or call for our Cash Trice List, which will please \
range of latitude, over which winter nerve, who suffers from The Cattley guava will begin to bear a homeopath ? VIA.
cabbago can be successfully grown. pains and aches, drairainir when a year old, and after that age it Is Little Tommy I don't know what 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE,

While the cabbage accustoms It self to a down and proof against any ordinary frost of Florida them awful big words mean, Uncle John; Telephone No. 255.
burning sensation but that don't make no difference, 'causeI
pretty wldo range of soils, there are soma *; and who while the tropical or common guava ain't goln' to be either of 'em. I'm

to which it Beems especially adapted. recojrn herself lit., that, endures very little frost. I have seen two just goln' to be a family doctor an' give

Land containing a fair amount of humus ahe has become bushes which had been in bearing fifteen all my patients Hood's Sarsaparilla, EASY RIDING

and (Maiowhat retentive of moisture irritable, cross, months either one of which could hate 'cause my pa says that if he is a doctor,
,
_,. blue and deapondent he's 'bilged to own up that Hood's Sarsaparilla All the time and speed when you
usually gives the best results.As / is in been concealed under a box two feet and is the best family medicine he want it is a great feature of
to the preparation of the land it is almost every a half deep and four feet square, one of ever saw In his life.

hardly possible to make it too thorough.Ilopeatcd 'r>rf case from weakness sufferingla which had 700 fruits and the other 1,003.I .

plowings and harrowlngs are the and disease delicate of have no doubt that many a tree, has, The tolling of church bells on the occasion

often required. The reason for this will and important organs that bear the burdens before it was three years old, contained of a burial is based on the old pagan Here are some Keating points for your consideration:
be especially apparent to those who are of maternity. more apples than trees.
custom of banging gongs when a The Frame makes it
Thousands of
women suffer in thia
familiar with soil physics and the ameliorating way
and do not recognise the cause, or if they There is often a singular regularity In body was to be interred in order to scare STRONG.
influence that thorough and do understand their condition, neglect it the disposition of the fruit and leaves, the bad spirits.
rather than submit to the away The Construction makes itDUBABI
obnoxious
continuous culture has upon those semiarid exam the fruits
inations and local treatment insisted setting by pairs in the axils of > .
upon
conditions which in the autumn are by the average physician. Dr. Pierce's the leaves, so that you will find eight

likely to prevail over large areas in the Favorite Prescription is a wonderful medicine fruits to the pint or prong, and on a The Bearings give It
south. In weather when cultivation for women who suffer in this way. It Sharing Parlor. STEED.
dry
does away with the necessity for these trying bough of three prongs, each only about
ceases all soils rapidly loose moisture. ; ordeals, and may be used in the privacy as long as the finger, twenty-four apples The Double Roller Chain

Tillage, by breaking up the continuity of of the organs home.concerned It acts directly, and makes on the them delicate and only eighteen leaves.Of MAKES l r k: v.

the capilary passages by which wator strong, vigorous and healthy. It banishes course, it would be possible to Up hill, down hill, on the tour, road or track
rises to the surfaco, Interrupts this. The the discomforts of the expectant period and
pluck fresh fruit off the bushes
makes baby's advent everyday
and almost
easy pain It has No Equal.
fine dust which the pulverizing harrow less. It transforms weak, nervous, petalant In the year only in South Florida.In .
produces and distributes acts as a mulch Thousands invalids into happy wives and mothers. North Florida there Is sufficient frost Send for Catalogue.KEATING.

for the underlying soil and In this way their own signatures of women, have to this testified fact over The moat winters to restrain the trees from WHEEL COMPANY,

the effeots of drought are avoided or reduced from"Favorite Prescription" maybe proevred an all-year-round bearing.Florldians Middletown, Conn.H. .
any rood medicine dealer.
Any woman
minimum.Tho .
to a who will write to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buf have not yet learned to appreciate
question of fertilization Is of falo, N.Y may have the advice of an eminent the full value of this fruit: it is

course of paramout importance. It Is a and skillful specialist without charge. one of the many natural gifts to this [Remember, the Advocatk, Titus >o Cure >o I'ay.
remark Mrs Cora M. McLaurin. of Rock port, Copiah ville, does all kinds of job printing. Give
customary among experienced Co. Miss, writes "I aad displacemeat and state which lack development, because
us a share of your work.] That is the way all druggi"OROVE'S
growers that "a soil cannot lie made too inflammation of the utenaa. t was uader the it is not that bo CHILIP i V>'
treatment of our family nhjratcUn for a long a crop can shipped TASTELESS
rich for cabbage." This no doubt puts time,but received no benefit. I kad falliaa of in north. Its seediness is an objection to Itucklcn's Arnica Salve. for Malaria, Chilis and Fever. '
ternal wit "
tho matter rather strongly, but it is I commenced organs uaing* ulceration Dr. Pierce'a and Favorite enlargement.Pre.scripUon some, but this will in time probably be simply Iron and Quinine in a tasK""***
nevertheless true that the mistake Is Golden' Medical Discovery.' 'Pleasant eliminated reduced the efforts The best Salve in the world for cuts, form. Children love It. Adults i'
or by ofscience. .
rellata' and Kxtract of Smart-Weed.' PVaon tonics. Pri.<
likely to be altogether in the opposite the Srst day I began to improve, and In a short It Is excellent for all the bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever it to bitter, nauseating
time I was able to do all my hcraxwork. If tt uses sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
direction. It is better to make the soil
had set been tor your medicine* I would have to which strawberries are put, for jellies corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively .
rich and if the market calls been dead long ago." S. MEADOR of bitter tast*
very for Malarlom Is devoid
for short-cake cures Piles
especially .
and pies, or eaten or no pay required.It
Stomach liver
medium sized beads of cabbage to control action of the bowels troubles are cured with by slnggiak Doctor raw with sugar and cream. Home and Washington Arenas, Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Cures Chills and Fever; acts on the :<
the matter by cloae planting. A Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. Farm. or money refunded. Frice 25c. per er and regnlates the system generan?
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. box. For sale by F. S. Chaffee A Co. All Druggists.



INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 2, 1898.



more rapid growth; with orisper and MONKEYS IN MINES. CALL FOR COUNTY CON GEOHO MARX. JOHN MAKx.
BABY'S SMOOTH FAIR SKIN
finer and therefore more saleable heads VENTION.

Is the result.It l'anper Labor mnd No Mistake In the

A Grateful Mother Write* th( Letter- is of course impossible to suggest a TranwvsMtl. There will be held a convention of the Wholesale Dealers In

Tells all about Her Troubles when general fertilizer that will meet all con Captain, E. Moss, an Englishman in Democratic Party of Brevard county,

Baby Broke out with Sorofula Sores."At ditions. For the average sandy soils of the Transvaal, tells the following story Florida, at Fort Pierce, Wednesday, September GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE...

the ge of two months, my baby the southern coast regions probably a of the monkeys who work for him in the 21st, at 10 a. m., for the purpose
fertilizer like the following will be desirable mines 131 ami 133 Ea t Street and 6 and 8 New Street
began to have tores break out on his right : of nominating the following officers: Bay nan ,
used all the external : It should analyze at least 3 1-4 "I have said
cheek. We applications twenty-four monkeys, One representative In state legislature;
could think or hear of, cent of nitrogen, 7 per oent of phosphoric
that we per he, "employed about my mines. They one tax assessor; one tax collector; one

to no avoil. The sores spread all over one acid, and 10 per cent of potash. do the work of seven able-bodied men.In treasurer; three members school board; ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE

side of his face. We consulted a physician Few southern soils, unless they have many instances they lend valuable aid five county commissioners, all to serve CITlWe
and tried his medicine, and in a week been manured should
previously heavily where a man is useless. They gather up two also for any other business
,
the sore was But to my surprise in years headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes
gone. receive less than half a ton of this mix- are ami i
the small of that would be
two weeks more another scrofulous looking pieces quartz that may come before it. guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed.
sore appeared on baby's arm. It tare per acre. In most cases a ton passed unnoticed by the workingmen, Known Democrats, and all other voters your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be please.].

grew worso and worse, and when he was would be better, and the most successful and pile them up in little heaps that can who will pledge themselves to the

three months old, I began giving him growers often find it profitable to easily be gathered up in a shovel and various precinct commutes to support MARX BROTHERS, Jackson*,!!,. Kin."crifcvd .

Hood's Sarsnparilla. I also took flood's even double this amount. This fertilizer thrown into a mill. They work just as the nominees of this convention, will be

Bareaparilla, and before the first bottle should be scattered broadcast and liar- they please, sometimes going down into allowed to vote at primaries or mass : cSc

was finished, the sores were well and have rowed in at least a month better two the mines when they havo cleared up all meetings for selection of delegates. Co. ,

never returned. He is now fouryearsold, months before the plants are set. the debris on the outside. They live and Precinct Committees will appoint time DKALEKS INLiauopis
bub he 1ms never had any sign of those This is critical in oabbnge
always a point -
work without
scrofulous sores since he was cured byHood's together quarreling anymore and place for holding primaries or mass

Harsaparilla, for which 1 feel very growing. If, as sometimes happens, than men do. They are quite meetings and give due notice of same. 417, & 410 IV. Hi!)
grateful. My boy owes his good health a continuous showery day comes just at methodical in their habits, and go to Precinct Committees will be the same

and smoolh, fair skin to this great med the right time, It should by all means betaken work and finish up in the same manner as at last convention. JACKSONVILLE, FLAiu ,

icine." Mrs. 8. S. Wroten, Farming- advantage of. This may not be as human beings would do undemlmilarcircumstances. The various precincts will be entitled RICH WINER create c
Hood's. agreeable woik, but it is certainly profit thy blood. Don't make tli. i ,
ton, Delaware. Get only It is very interesting to to representation as follows: buying sour iioor wine I ,
able. If the setting could be done at It is not. It Iiuh
watch them at their labor and see how eheap. .i ngrceuble
are prompt, efficientond La Grange 4Tltusville Narrows 1Georgiana effect the ,
upon *w i
HOOUS PIUS easy In effect, itf. ppii's. night it would be nearly as advantageous.Probably'in carefully they look after every detail of 11 .. 1Merritt good wine is really not <%, ,

practice the best thing todo the work they attempt. They clean up City Point 3 : HHtisfleil(lives you feeling.KST" that. pulled-iop

is to employ a good force of hands, about the mines, follow the wheelbarrows Cocoa & Hockledgel! Canaveral 2Haulover We niBke a Spc'laln "I
Eau Gallie 3 1 flua Mountain Dew ( urn \\ ]>
CULTIVATION OF THE CAB and late in the afternoon and
keep
begin and carts used in mining, and pickup Melbourne 2Malabar Spruce Bluff 1Ankona years old, v'.'.mi per jall"n

BAGE. busy as long as the men can see to properly everything that falls off on the way." 1 1Mlcco well Parties to order living lrom In ut Drj>, aut' ., ,. n, .,

do their work. One thorough watering Tit-Bits. Sebastian 3Ft. 1 them 60 percent, on all onlei*.

Editor Indittn fli ver Advocate. *will in most cases be all that isneeded. Pierce 8 Banyan 2 Ef/ Always send mimev ni) .>r.ti.!
We will not open new aiii ip.-; i ,,
Eden 2Ft. White City 2Woodley i
Among tho various winter vegetables If the cabbage rows have been HELP Is wanted when the nerves become 1 suitable Jacksonville refer",, i iNo i- \.
Drum .
Goods sent tO.. I) t ln\ i .,
in the south properly spaced and set straight, the weak and the appetite fails. Hood'sSarsaparllla
which are largely grown %$plll \ > Agent for lndinnopiilit* Hi.uhl <
few are on the whole more satisfactory subsequent culture can nearly all be gives help by making the M, S. Sams, Tjios. Johnson, QX Ilrewers and Kottlers, IikIi.ih.,) i
done with the horse hoe. Frequent blood rich, pure and nourishing. Get Chairman Hercules Malt Tonic, 2.2 per case; Clayton Russell Wild Cherry Brandy, S4..vi .,.
of culture and Sec. tern. ,
either in returns, ease only Hood's.HOOD'S pro
exemption from ordinary crop mishaps, stirring of the soil, especially In dry Democratic Ex. Com.BANANAS. .

than the cabbage. It is only affected by weather, Is of great benefit. One of the Pills are easy to take, easy tooperate.
most successful growers of cabbage that Cure indigestion, sick headache. SAW AND PI.ANINO MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YARD,
the severest frosts; is fairly exempt from I'Hlatka, Fla. E. Kay St., Foot of ( at In rltir.
tho returns the writer ever knew, after the plants
disease, and while pecuniary
are generally only fair, yet the reasonable had made a dozen leaves or so, always Free Pills. The fertility of bananas is one of the WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY

certainty of making something, and, gave the soil around the plants a good Send your address to II. E. Bucklen & marvels of nature. To raise thirty-three ,
of nitrate of soda four Co., Chicago and get a free sample box
from unusual market conditions, the occasional sprinkling or pounds of wheat and ninety-nine pounds
of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial Manufacturers of
opportunity of receiving very hundred pounds to the acre. After such will convince you of their merits. These of potatoes requires a space of ground

profitable returns, commends it to the an application, followed by the cultlva.tor pills are easy in action and are particularly that will produce 4,000 pounds of bananas. Lumber and Lath.

prudent grower as a crop eminently meriting you could almost see the plants effective in the cure of constipation The nutriment contained In one Cypress Shingles, *
In culture in almost and sick headache. For malaria and
attention. grow. cabbage as banana is equal to five ounces of bread,

That invlnciblo trio, good seed, good everything else, the profits come to the liver troubles. They they are have guaranteed been proved to invaluable. be so great Is the ability of this socalled"Tree A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings.lnngles,

land, and good culture, are, however, man who is liberal in expenditure and perfectly free from every deleterious substance of Paradise" to extract the greatest lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. ( jiiresimouldings

imperatively demanded in the case ofcabbage. work. It is not a lazy man's crop, and, and to be purely vegetable. They amount of vitalizing material from of all patterns a specialty.

On this agricultural three- in fact, we don't know exactly what Is.Xorman do not weaken by their action, but by ground, sun and rain.In When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see u .
giving tone to the stomach and bowels
legged stool all crops must stand; but HoniNsox. greatly invigorate the system. Regular the tropics the banana Is a well-

in the case of cabbage the tripod needs size 2.>c. per box. Sold by F. S. Chaffee, known staple article of food and it is extensively

to be especially stout and strong. 1 teats the Klondike.Mr. druggist. used in cooked forms. On the

The first one, good seed, cannot be too A. C. Thomas, of Marysville, Tex., Pacific coast which derives its supply THE SOUTHERN FUEL & SUPPLY Company.

carofully looked after. A great many has found a more valuable discovery A PROLIFIC FLORIDA FRUIT. from the Sandwich Islands and Tahiti
than Una yet been made in the Klondike.
people seem to imagine that "cabbage the food, In Its cooked form, is highly
For he suffered untold from
years agony
seed is cabbngo Heed," and that one kind consumption, accompanied by hemorrhages If there Is any tree In the world from appreciated. At all the restaurants of Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,

is as good as another. Nothing could be ; and was absolutely cured by Dr.Kind's which a man could pluck fresh fruit San Francisco and anyone who has patronized

farther from the truth. There is plenty New Discovery for consumption, every day In the year, and all the years them knows their merits the
coughs and colds. He declares that gold Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
of seed sold every year in the south that is of little value in comparison with this of his life, it is the Cattley guava. Of menu contains such delicious dishes as

a man had far better buy, if ho must, marvelous cure; would have it, even Ifit course, he would have to keep up a succession fried bananas, banana fritters, banana

and throw in the lite, than put it into cost a hundred dollars a bottle. Asthma in his orchard by frequent plantings omelets and banana pancakes. The 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telephone :"'.

the ground with any expectation of profit bronchitis and all throat and lung since the tree, or rather bush, isshortlived fruit is also served cut in slices, with
affections are positively cured by Dr.King's .
from the sowing. Much of it is old and New Discovery for consumption. as all such prolific plants sugar and cream. J. K. MUNNERLYN, General M answer.EST"

will not germinate, much is of a bad Trial bottles free at t>'. S. Chaffee's drug usually are. These good qualities have attracted

strain, of feeble stock, that never will store. Regular size *>0o and $1. Guaranteed There are two varieties, the red Cattley the attention of scientists; and of late I Invite your Attention to my Complete Stock of

make docent heads however good tho to cure or price refunded. or strawberry, and the yellow Cattley. years experiments have been made in

culture Some seedsmen don't know, The Little gnraii'i l'lctiire.Wilhelmina . They are dwarfs or shrubs, growing the processes of desiccating the fruit and -* HARDWARE AND CROCKERY *-

and Borne don't care, and it behooves at the best only fifteen or eighteen of grinding its meat into a sort of farina.

tho grower to take special pains, by consulting who is to be crowned feet high; foliage of a rich dark green There are innumerable other qualities to
Queen of the Netherlands on September Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tiiiwaie. f.raciteware A
those In their own neighborhood color thick and the the banana.In .
shining resembling
tit.li. has personally sent to Mr. Bok, the doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, ire i
who have had experience in the matter, editor of The Ladies' Home Journal camelia, a beautiful ornament for a Cayenne wine and vinegar are made freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, uarnen took

to avoid the costly error of starting with hlmsolf a Hollander by birth one of her lawn, as well as profitable for the fruit. from bananas. The Malays use them asa plows and harrows, paints and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry nettimf

inferior seed.It private portraits for publication lit the The strawberry guava is globular, about medicine, with tonio and astringent and barbed wire,
next number of his It is the
is needless to be said that to get last portrait which will magazine.be taken of the an Inch In diameter, and of that peculiar qualities. In the Antilles its ashes, Harrison. Bros' Ready Mixed Paints.Plense .

early cabbage one must get an early little lady before her coronation, and musky fragrance which characterizes which contain potash, are used to wash Write me for Prices. i respectfully son.. it vtlomof -

start. This, however, is not always easy will bo printed in connection with a spec- the tropical or common guava, borne in clothes. your patronage. Mail Orders given i'rouipt and Careful Attention, and fnquinc

of attainment. In the extreme south, tally prepared sketch, showing the personality clusters of a fine claret color. The skin The skin has been found to be valuable prices answered promptly.
of the first of Holland 3W3C. 23. GWEt/CnBaZJIls
Queen
tho best cabbage seeds can Beldom bo from point of view. has much the consistence of that of the in many ways. It gives a beautiful fiber,
every
made to gorrolnate in August. Until fig, but thinner. The Interior is a soft, from which fine cloth can be manufactured West Palm Beach, Fla.

the daily average summer temperature The wings of some insects are so thin, fleshy pulp, purplish red next to the ; and, lastly, from its juice indelible

approaches 7ft F., it Is a waste of time says Dr. Lardner, that 50,000 placed one skin, paler toward the middle, and white Ink has been made.

and seed to attempt It; September is upon the other would not form a heap in the center; it is quite juicy, and inllavor
Magnolia Grocery.
about as early as it is worth while toplant. of more than a quarter of an inch inheight. and consistence resembling the What Tommy Said. ...

Even then partial shade and strawberry. The yellow Cattley Is about
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
great care and attention to watering will the size of a guinea's egg, and of a better Uncle John Well, what do you mean

bo needed. For the general crop October quality than the strawberry variety. to be when you get to be a man ? STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.Butterine
is probably about the best month The woman who is Both the strawberry and the yellow are Little Tommy (promptly) A doctor, .
weak, nervous, tired and
for starting the plants, though this ofcourso exhausted ; who has a full of minute seeds, which is their like pa. 14cts. pniii'l.
per
Uncle John (quizzically) Indeed ; and ,
will vary greatly in the wide poor and and no variable strength appetite or principal defect. which do you intend to be, an allopathor Write or call for our Cash Trice List, which will pleae > i

range of latitude, over which winter nerve ; who suffers from The Cattley guava will begin to bear a homeopath ?
FL V.
102 Main and West Streets JACKSONVILLE
33
,
Forsyth
cabbago can be successfully grown.Whllo pains and aches, dratreins when a year old, and after that age it is Little Tommy I don't know what ,
; down and them awful big words mean, Uncle John; Telephone No. 255.
the cabbage accustoms itself to a burning sensation proof against any ordinary frost of Florida

but that don't make no difference, 'causeI
pretty wldo rango of soils, there are some *; and who while the tropical or common guava ain't goin' to be cither of 'em. I'm
to which It especially adapted. recojrn lien, endures little frost. I have be doctor an'
seems herself, that very seen two just goin' to a family give
Land containing a fair amount of humus he has become bushes which had been in bearing fifteen all my patients Hood's Sarsaparllla, EASY HIDING
irritable, cross, 'cause raj pa says that if he is a doctor,
and tromewhat retentive of moisture months, either one of which could ha\e
blue and de- he's 'bilged to own up that Hood's Sarsaparllla All the time and speed when you
usually gives the best results.As vCyspondent, is in been concealed under a box two feet and is the best family medicine he want it is a great feature of

to the preparation of the land it is almost every a half deep and four feet square, one of ever saw in his life.
cane suffering
hardly possible to make it too thorough front weakness which had 700 fruits and the other 1,00ft.I .

Repeated plowrigs! and hnrrowlngs are the and disease delicate of have no doubt that many a tree, has, The tolling of church bells on the occasion _

often required. The reason for this will and important organs that bear the burdens before It was three years old, contained of a burial is based on the old pagan Here are some Keating points for your consideration:
be especially apparent to those who are of maternity. moro apples than trees. of
Thousands of women suffer in this custom banging gongs when a The Frame makes it
familiar with soil physics and the ameliorating and do not recognise the cause, or if they way There is often a singular regularity In body was to be interred in order to scare STRONG.

influence that thorough and do understand their condition, neglect it the disposition of the fruit and leaves, the bad spirits.
continuous culture has those semiarid rather than submit to the obnoxious examinations the fruits away The Construction makes it
upon and local treatment insisted upon setting by pairs In the axils of DURABI.K.
conditions which in the autumn are by the average physician. Dr. Pierce's the leaves, so that you will find eight

likely to prevail over large areas in the Favorite Prescription ia a wonderful medicine fruits to the pint or prong, and on a The Bearings give It
for women who sutler in this way. It Parlor.
south. In dry weather when cultivation does away with the necessity for theae try bough of three prongs, each only about Staling SrEED.

ceases all soils rapidly loose moisture. ing ordeals, and may be used in the privacy as long as the finger, twenty-four apples The Double Boiler Chain
breaking the continuity of of the home. It acts directly on the delicate and leaves.Of I I" KI.V.Up .
Tillage, by up organs concerned, and makes them only eighteen MAKES

the capilary passages by which watorrisos strong, vigorous and heaUhy. It banishes course, It would be possible to hill, down hill, on the tour, road or track
to the surface, interrupts this. The the discomforts of the expectant period and pluck fresh fruit off the bushes everyday
makes baby's advent easy and almost pain It has No Equal. -
fine dust which the pulverizing harrow less. It transforms weak, nervous, petalant in the year only in South Florida.In .
Send for .
produces and distributes acts as a mulch Invalids into happy wives and mothers. North Florida there is sufficient frost Catalogue.KEATING
Thousands of women have testified, over
for the underlying soil and in this way their own signatures, to this fact The most winters to restrain the trees from WHEEL COMPANY,

the effects of drought are avoided or reduced "Favorite Prescription" maybe procured an all-year-round bearing. Middletown, Conn.S. .
from good medicine dealer.
any Any woman
to a minimum.Tho who will write to Dr. R. V. Fierce, Buffalo Floridians have not yet learned to appreciate
question of fertilization is of N.Y., may have the advice of an eminent the full value of this fruit; it is

course of paramout importance. It is a and skillful specialist without charge. one of the many natural gifts to this [Remember, the Advocate, Titus No Cure Xo I'ay.
Mrs Cora M. McLaurin. of Roc sport, CopiahCo ville, does all kinds of job printing. Give
customary remark among experienced Miss. writes "I had state which lack development because '
displacement and us a share of your work.] That is the way all druggiGROVE'S *'- "
growers that "a soil cannot lie made too treatment inflamtnstion of our of the family utem.phjraictan I was for under a long the it Is not a crop that can be shipped TASTELESS CHILL T< ''M''

rich for cabbago." Tills no doubt puts time, but receiveil no benefit. I bsd (Iliac of internal north. Its seediness is an objection to Ilucklen's Arnica Salve. for Malaria, Chilis and Fever. i\\ '
with ulceration and .
the matter rather strongly, but it is commenced organs using Dr. Pierce's Pawrite enlsrgfmeot.X Pre some, but this will in time probably be simply Iron and Quinine in a taste.'""
"
nevertheless true that the mistake is scription.and'Golden' Medical Discovery.' ''PleasantPellata' eliminated or reduced by the efforts ofscience. The best Salve in the world for cuts, form. Children love It. Adults pi. > -
Kxtract of Smart-Weed.
likely to be altogether in the opposite the first day I begsn to improve, and in a Prom short It Is excellent for all the uses bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever It to bitter, nauseating tonics. Pnc.Malarloa
time I was able to do all my housework. If R sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
direction. It Is better to mako tho soil had not been for your medicines I would have to which strawberries are put, for jellies corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively
'*
very rich, and if the market calls for been dsad losur ago. especially, for pies, short-cake, or eaten MEADOR, cures Piles, or no pay required. Is devoid of oltter tsst-
Stomach kni liver
medium sized heads of cabbage to control action of the bowels trembles arc cured with by sluggiak Doctor raw with sugar and cream. Home and Washington Avenue, It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Cures Chills and Fever; acts on the l. -
the matter by close planting. A Fierce)'* Pleaaant Pellets. Farm. or money refunded. Price 25o. per rand regulates the system general.;
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. box. For sale
by F. S. Chaffee A Co. All Druggists.



INDIAN RIVJER ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 2. 1898



professional Cards.jBOK" NOTICE.rrxoK Joe Fisher lots 2, block E, Fisher's addition. . 88
Steve Ellis . lot 3, blook E, Fisher's addition. 75 HODGES & GODFREY
P M Fisher lots 2, 4," F, '* . 30 ,
TTAI.TSS.S.GftAHAK.
" ROBBI1M. 8 A Uarneld lot ' . 46
.OBMNS GRAHAM, Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at publlo Phoenix Mills . lot bounded notth by Lemon street, south Manufacturers of

auction on the 5th day of September, A. D. 1808, at the door of the Town Council by Broad Mtrnot, west by Enlg street,

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Rooms, in the Town of Tltusvllle, county of Brevard, State of Florida, or so much east by street not yet named, known aa Yellow Pine Lumber
thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due the Town of Titusvitle for Factory street 12 80
Jkfick Hours: From 10 to 13 a. rh., taxes herein set opposite to the same, together with costs of such sale and advertising W A Rawls north 212 feet of lot 30, block 34, plat in ,
and 2 to 4 m.Tititsville .
p. : / KOIHIH DKKSSRO,
lHok I. Pa 9 ft0* 3 60
Brevard Co., Florida.I D. B. rRITCnARD, Tax Collector.OWNER. E B Bishop block 43, deaoribod in deed book I, page 308EO 1 75 Ornngs Has H w
I) K X, 108 Harris > . south U acres of lot 1, desorlbed in deed Fruit A Vegetable Cratos.Lumlwr .
la all the oourts state anil fed
will practice book O, page 288.EO 4 60
DESCRIPTION.AU Am't.Taxes.. Harris part noitheast l4 of northeast > deed book delivered at any part of Indian Rlr.
special facilities (or examining and perfect- on throuirli bill of ln.llnT.( An>ona cnnteroelat.luff
title*. O, 288WAFutcu thH Coast, would do wall
nit ''and In See. page bulliunir on r ast to
3, township 22 S., range 35 E lotO, Morrows' addition write for prices. The Kitwuitll Is situated on the
Gardner Emmerson. south-half J.,T. A5 KT. W Hy miles south of Ialatka.Hiitsuiiiu .
< of west-half lot 1, block A $ 3 20
s. joxes, unknown All In Section 33, Township 21 Sony* Range 33 East.C .
lot 1, Wager's sub-div of lots 3, 11 Iglitx, Pittnnm co.. Fin. '1
block A 5 00 It Watson southeast corner block 1, RIoe's addition
ATTOKNETATLAW.HTITSVILLE Indian River Loan & Im- lot 3, Wager's sub-div of lots s! I. D Lockard northeast corner block 1, ' "

provement Co block A 8 00IS Wm Smith block 2, Rico's addition Choice . .
BREVARD CO., FLA. Mrs Jessie Wager . . lot 6, Wager's sub-div of lots 8, LMTrloe block 3 ami south half of block (t, Rice's WinesLiquors 1 t]

block A . . 00 addition .
County Judge of Brevard County.L. EB Wager lot 4, Wager's sub-div of lots 3, Howell Titus . north half of block 11, Rico's addition.K . and Cigars,
block A 3 80 II Itolten northeast corner of block 7, Rice's add.
Indian River Loan A Im- lots 5,0, 14, IS, 20, 22, 24 Wager's subdivprovement Allen Oreuly northeast co.iier block 0, Rico's addition litini.inteod Puro.

GAULDEX, Co of lots 31, 50, block AnT 23 80 Steve Ellis . southof block 0, sold at leducedpricea
Elliot Titus of lot 1, except north 20-ft Wager's sub- Howell Titus .. 100-ft ju. re block 11, "

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, div of lots 8, 4, 5, block Itn 3 50 EHKlce . . nj of block 1, all blocks 4, 5, wl block 7, liiinortfMlTokay
Town of TitusvilleII 20-ft lot 1 Wager's sub-div of lots 3, 4, 5, part blk 8, all blk 10 eso to Flood, blk Wlnr>,
practice In all the Conns of the 0 block It. . . . 3 10 11 exo to Titus, all blk 12, Rice's ave
if Florida, and the United States Courts.V T Titos. lot 3 Wager's sub-div of lots 3, 4, 6, 6, blk BnT 3 t>0 J P Turner south pai t lot 5, block B, Colomau'a add from Italy.

O Box, 238. TITCSVHXE, FLA. D W TuttloHNNolle lots 5, It, Wagei's sub-div of lots 3, 4, 8, J P Turner lots 4,5, block C, t"i
Money to Loan. 18 0 block Itsj 3 70 unknown . lot 0, block C, John B. Togni,

lots 8, LeBaron map of Titusville, blk B 3 20 J P Turner lots 7, 8,0, block C. Metropolitan Saloon, 123 East Day SU,
D W Tuttle lots 7. 8, and nf lots 1)), 10, block Csouthhalf 4 03 J P Turner lots 12, l.i,
GOLDSMITH, S J Norton of east-half lot 2, block Inorthhalf > 3 20J M E Tltns noith-T block 1, Titus' addition JACKSONVILLE, FLOIUDA.Wholvsalo .
M. Duren & Feaster of west-half lot 2, block Dwesthalf 50 Howell Titus snuth-T block 1, aiul llrtnll :i
M E Titus lot 7, block E . 3 20 Theo Titus all block 2, ' "
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, Indian River Loan & Improvement Howell Titus nil block 3, "
Co.J east fiO-ft lots 8, 10, block Fnoith 0 00 Annie E Titus lot 1, block I, The Largest and Most Complete

Htusvllle, Florida.fc A Coleman.J strip lot 1, block 0 . . 3 20 L M Bowman lots 1, block 4, Establishment South.GEO. .
A Coleman.. south strip lot 1, block G . . 3 20 W R Wolfe lots 8, o, block 4, "
G A Montgomery pait lot des. in deed book M, 630. lot 1. I) W Tuttle . lots 1, 2, 3, 4, block 0, Titus' addition S. HACKER & SON
block WII lot 5 blook 0 via
G . 12 20 Myers . ,
J. WEBB, L A Coleman . . wj of lot 2, des. in deed book II, p.igo 30J. I W Tuttle lots 0, 7, 8, 0, 10, blk 0 Jr1
lot 2, block G . 0 30 Annott Cleveland. lot 1, block 8, "
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, D W Tattle lot 1, block II 1 73 L B Blglow lots 2, 3, 4,0, 7, 10blk 8 ' "

Will practice In the Courts of the 7thiicuit. M E GruberB lot 2 noith 18-ft, lot I block K 17 70 Turknett lot 3, block 8, "

Taxes paid for non-residents U Wilson . lots 5 and 0, block K ' 11 DO W W Tozcr blocks 1, 2, 3, 1, 8, 0, w* blk 7, Carpenter'saddition

and rents and accounts collected.KTitusville A T Feaster lots 1 and 2, block L 00 0 10
M E TltnsU south-half of west-half, block L 01
Florida.r L Lockard north-half of west-half block L 20

Theo Titus . lots 3, 4, LcB.irron'B m.ip of old block 3 73 STAGE GLINTS.to Mow Kami* la l>remrli>c for W r.At .
M E Titus lot 7, Leltnrron's map of old block 3 . 17 Nikolskoyo, about 70 miles from
O FRIES, C. E. Mrs J E Harrison lots 2 and 4, east sub-div of block 4. . 3 20
Foupoo" is bo given In Ans- the Pnciflo, I stopped for the night ItIs
Gustavo Moslng.Lizzie lots o and 8, 4 2 62
COUNTY SURVEYOR. F Rice lot I), east sub-div of block 4 . ! ! 4 03 tralia.EllBfl. a groat military center ami always
M C Wciser lot 10, cast sub-div of block 4. 2 04 Shannon's grandfather was a"La has been reoogni/ed as n strong strategio

Land legally surveyed and subdivided.Mapping Pace it Doyle.M lot 2, block 0 . . . 1 73 clergyman.Denver's. point Thero aro fortifications, ruined

neatly done. Estimates for Goldsmith north-half lot 8, block 0 1 75 new theater will bo oponod and dilapidated, out upon tho prairio
F W KmmeraonS lot 1, block 8 . . 3 78 near tho town, which have been pronounced MANUKACTlfKEKS Or"
all kinds of engineering works. Disputed G VanlandinghamII lot 3, block 0 . . ' 7 53 next soiiHon. to bn tho handiwork of Tamer Doors Sash Blinds

lines a specialty.riTusviLLE J Barksdale . lot 7, block 0 .. 4 05 Del I'uontn and Robert Mo Wade of"Rip lane or Ocnghis Khun. ,

EB Wager.Tboo lots 13, 13, 19, 21, Ifi Wager's sub-div of lots Viiu Winkle" fumo aro in vaudoTillA Suddenly, with a bump and a jolt, & Material.Otliro
Brevard Co., Florida.EOUGE 3, 4, 5, 0, block A 0 30 we came abruptly to a standstill, and I Moulding Building .
Titus . lot 3, block 17 1 40
' Jano Harding will play Josephine inCoqueliu's followed tho izvo/chik's whip to whorohe
S II Ray. .' lot 7, block 10 , 11 80 A Warerooms. King, opposite
|/-* W. ALLEN, Howell Titus loti, i2 ; ; ; 0 00IS production of Emile" Borge.rat'B was pointing to tho plain below. It < 'an lion Htieot.Charleston .
E B Wager. part lot 3, block 12, described In deed book drama, "Phis quo Heine. was whlto with tents. How many there

W, page 10.1 00 Lillian RuhnoH can cook, Mine, Modjonka were standing thero I shall never know, S. C.

ATTO RNE Y-AT-LA W, Theo Titus . lot 1, block 13lotl 3 20 is a great honsekoeper, und May as the evening closed in, and when I

Cey West, Florida. Brevard County Abstract of Irwin delights in going about lior house had counted 1,000 I lost my count in Sash Weights Cord and

Title CoTbeo 14. 7 53 dusting, with a towel about her head.It the dusk, but thero wore still many, ,
Will practice in the United States Titus lots 2 and 8, block 14 3 20
md State Courts. Ojun05D D W Tuttle lots 2 and 10, 10 2 04 is predicted that before the your is very many, more. It was a summer from Hardware.

Theo Titus lot 12, 1(1( 1 40 finished there will be a new opera byOilbort damp, und thero were anywhero
M E Stewart lot 2, 17 1 40 and Hullivau. The two can 18,000 to 20,000 soldier*! lying bore Window and Fancy Class

R. F. II. HOUGHTONDENTIST. -, T E Hall.M lot r>, 17 0 10 make no sucoohh apart, and the gossip perdu, whore their presence was little SPECIALTY.BO
lot o 18 1 40 suspected, where they wore as secluded A .
E Titus of London is that they have joined
Annie Jackson lot 8, 19 88 hands again.It us somewhere in tho heart ofAfrica.

E It Wager lot 10 2 02 I afterward learned that this
E Gory south half of lot 10, block"l 88 Is said that tho Princess Chininy, was but one of the throo intrenched YEARS'EXPERIENCE
lot 11, block 10 1 17 who is now about tho bust advertised the
)aytona, Florida.T5 Howell Titus.M ramps around Nikolskoye, and not
C WoiserW lot 8, block 20 88 individual in tho world, has learned todo largest Tho men were leading the life

R Wolfe. . .. . . ''ots 2 and 3, block 22. 40 a sensational wire act and will make of soldiers on aotlve service ami were

| ALPII E. SMITn, M. D. unknown lot 4, block 22. 40 a tonr of the European cities introducing ready for mobilization to the last but
unknown . lot 5, . ' 40 her now specialty.In .
Ella M Ilanis. . lot 0, 03 ton. Harper's Maga/ino.
Island"
"Tho Devil's 150
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. unknown lot 7, 40 supers
lot 8 40 will bo tiHed in the scene derived from Sunburn Cum. Tftsoc Marks

Specialist in Genital, Urinary an Rectal unknown unknown. lot 9,, . 40 tho Dreyfus cm so showing tho public For immediate relief from sunburn Dcsiqn*

Diseases. unknown lot 12, ". 40 degradation of the hero. Maurice do laTounie fresli cream taken from cow's milk A nnrt1na a ulisloh CopvmaMTs and description Ac.rnns m.riiklr .

Located at Placlde Hotel Poyntz A Nolle. . all block 23 04 Cora Tanner and William liar- should bo frequently applied until the unerliilii our opinion free whether ail
fiimnmnlna
Howell Titus lot 2, block; 88i court will be in tiio cast. smarting censes. To remove as sp lily tlonM Invention
ia< ksonvillk, Florida. Ja-i Byrd lot lots 1 10 block, II and 12, block 23 04 Kathryn Kidder has been engaged byWagenhals as possible the redness of tho skin us pent I'rttmit free tftkmi Iile t esetmr tliroti.tr.for Muiui eemirlns A Co.peleiile.roo i*

unknownunknown. 2 08 and Kemper to rcplacoMmo. well as the Irritation, tho "grape lotion" tperUU nolle*, without olioriftt. In th
lot 2 block
2K. 888S
Rhea in the throe star combination is a remedy handed down from Scientific American.A
lot .J block
Pineapple, O range and Lemon C II Watson 2(1.( .
lots that has been announced as JainosRheaWiinlo. antiquity. To obtain this lotion, dip a .
DW Tuttle li and 7, block 20 1 40 hsnrtnomelr lllnetr fe Land For Sale, Cheap. Theo Titusunknown lots 2 and 11, block 28 . 2 04 She is to play Ophelia, bunch of green grapes in water until the of an? nlentinn Journal, 1 ernia. l
lots 1 and 3, b'ick 20 1 40 Lady Maclxth, Portia, Dusdumouu und surface is thoroughly wet ; then sprinkle renri foilMUNN month*. *L Sold brail newedeelerj.York

1 have for sale 80 acres of pineapple John S Schofllold.D lot 2, block 20 ) 88 Lady Teazle. them with powdered alum and flue &Co.8B"d--New .
and on St. Lucie river, a few miles beow W Tuttle lots' 4, 8 and it, block 20lot. 1 17 The tax on theaters in the war revenue sit It mixed togothor. Wrap the bunch Hreuotl Oflloe. J r HU Waatilnstuu, l> C

Eden, 40 of which being northeast Mary J Terry .), block 30 88 bill to tho door to litigation thns coated in paper and bake the grapes
seems
uarter of northeast quarter of section Theo Titus lots 8, 10, 11, block 30 \ \ \\ \ \ 88 between the open and lessees in hot ashes. When cooked, squeeze the

3, township 33, south of range 41 east; PS Titus . lots 7, 12, block 30lotO 88 owners juice in a glass dish and apply to the
he other 40 is the northeast quarter Howell Titus block 30 5!) of theaters to determine which shall faoe ami hands. The "lemon cream" is
f southeast quarter of section 3, Theo Titus lots 1, 2, 0, 7, block 31 , 88 pay the tux of $100 levied on theaters.By abnormal
ownship 38, south of range 41 east. Howell Titus lots 0,10, 12, block 31 . 88 the terms of the bill the "proprietors" also good for removing the
The above land can be bought for $10er P S Titus lot 11, block 31 50 of theaters are named as tho persons color from a sunburn. Put two tablespoonfuls -

acre. It is suitable for pineapplo, Theo Titus lots 1, 2, 3, block 32 ] 88 who shall pay, and lessees and of fresh cream into half a

range, lemon or lime growing. Lizzie J Tucker lot 4, block 32 . 50 managers will no doubt therefore consider pint of new milk. Hqueezo into it

Will be sold in lots of 40 acres, for II It Archibald . lot 0, block 32 ' 50 thomselves free from the exaction.Twtlftt through a strainer (to keep out the
ash. This land will soon be worth (50er unknown lot II, block 32 . 50 seeds) the juice of a loniou. Add half a

acre. H C Campbell lot 8, block 32 ' 50 wineglass of brandy, a little alum and
Apply to C. IT. Walton, Advocate DW Tuttle lots 1 10, is, Robbins A Graham add . 7 53 TelcsT111* Sent t One*. two or three lumps of so gar. Boil over

fflce, or to Robbins A Graham, Tttusillo Mrs T B Blglow lots 40, 47, 50, Robbins Graham add. . 00 Experiments are at present being conSnoted a slow fire and skim well. When cool,
*tfA unknown lot 1J, Joynerville addition Paris-Bordeaux line with
the
on It is fit for use and will keep all sum
lot
n* 11
A J HIppardA f tome interesting machines, which
very
s lot 14 mer. Brooklyn EaglaThn
J Patch ' the Inventor, M. Meroadier, has been WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS,
French naturalist named Galien has T W Lund lot IS, Joynervillo addition . With these
sj lot 10 < working on for many years. Yukon Itout* loipnaaabl*.
Bobbins ,& Graham.. ,
Made the startling discovery at Nimeshit. Instruments called duodocaplox, 13
unknown lot 18, A special courier arrived at Dyea
; : if a sparrow is put in the same cage J D Davis. lots 10, 20, wj lot 21, Joynerville add' '. '. Morse transmitters can work simultaneously recently from Dawson, sunt out by

vltb (Inches it will soon learn to imitate Carrie W SuttrwaightJ lots 21, 31, . on a single wire, each sending its one of the trading companies, with Information

belr song like a mocking bird; also the J Box . lot 2'i, signals to the proper receiver at tho end to the effect that in consequence
:hirping of a cricket. unknown lot U, sub-div of lot 30 ; Of tho line. This result is brought about of the low condition of tho water i 'oar.Y.btPEFFER'S.

unknown. west-J of lot 37 by the uso of alternating or, at any rate. in the Yukon river it is very doubtful NERVIGORDU
Ed Edmunson lot 3 sub-div of lots 38, 89, 40, 41, 42. Joy Interrupted currents. river will bo 1% mriH iniwnrtmtf *n nerville addition 0 40 whether any steamers ottitr* ftfl. Your r mun rium lout mnnhorxlt ol . . . . ,
Each transmitter rooeiven its current in T able reach Dawson this
Watts Belamy. lots, sub-div of lots .IS, 80, 40, 41, 42, Joy to year. Vlts.ll. }
nervillo addition 3 50 through a tuning fork having a special Upon tho strength of this rnport the Nlif fitly KntU l ai. I.oat I'owellhttr
Vitlllntf HImwumryt atlBtf it -
Mary Wilbur. . lots 1, 2, 3, Rerdell's addition 20 M) note, its vibrations being electrically Canadian anthorities have placed in _> and a't tftrti **f */ nhn s or mxeaaut a
.. . lot 0, 0 10 maintained. Thuwi vibrations furnish n force order making it compulsory It iiUrrrtHttu Witnl off Inntinttr inl (HUiailinptIhin
J ( Bennett an tl trtruw im linpofiftit w rti) !<*Hsaithtittm* ur%
unknown lot 7, 1 40 current of the proper period to cause resonance tliat all persons going down the river '>* n r'ou
FRIt'll KHV ftcml r r >kt
'K* M tUOU or <>
1832. A A Stewart lot 12, ' 1 40 at each application in the proper shall have 600 pounds of provisions or itnbttfl rrl Hl la* nt p>n.h t. Arp 4d plulowrwp.p .
lot 14 1 10 r box. or A fur M.I, wltft A f* ttlvV
.. circuit which has its self imp
unknown. ,
receiving they will not be allowed to proceed rltl n 41 r at to E 11 Wager jot it, . ; 3 20 induction and capacity adjusted for this This an entirely new complexion *nr> PKniiiiii *t fr HoM hy ilrutruifit** A 4
[COTTON lotl3, 1 4<1 puts ML11ICAL A.md'N C JlU80I1I
unknown 10 result. This receiver is a telephone on the interior travel this ysar. The
.lot 10
unknown it is called by M.Mercadier by .1 U. Screven, only.Royaltansy i
I0FT SEINE TWINES.A unknown }otl7, 40 (mouotelephone, as only way the miners can get out with
unknown lotis, 40 ), so constructed and arranged any comfort will be byway of the pony

Perfect sturgeon twine. A A Stewart lot 22, 84 that the aooostio resonance qualities also express over the Dulton trail or by the

MACRAME.E. Radford lot 2.J. * 88 help to damp out from the signals received Alaskan Miner.IlnmaalM .
CABLE CORDS ano GodfieyA passes.
A Stewart . lot 24, Kerdeiri addition \\Y.\\\I\\Y.\\\\\ \\ \\ 04 everything not intended for it. pills
| EMORY JOHNSON, o n a.".. Howell Titus lot 25 ** * l 0.1 These signals are read in the ordinary on Wnnhlpa. urtrDiMtivrsr, i rsrAHAA P

MOODUS. CONN. E L DupontKPSammis lot 20, 17 way by ear, aided by rubber tubes like The experience of our vessels In the new.rename ami lete reuel fwrupnr >
lot 3 l 94 efl, eiov..l e, enantT or pelnfnlaieniluratlon.
those used on phonographs. The sifting Caribbean sea has served to justify the .Mow oee.1 by over BO,4M>eleSlve. \\l
Mrs L B Blglow lot lots 42 37, 38 "" ** 88 52 out of the slgnalii it seems, is very perfect contention of Naval Constructor Hlch- were ef. InvliroreC unknown each receiver giving no evidence of should have its S4 per bus, emeU o !. Sees ''bit il
lot 82, M 73 born that every ship eele l In plain wrapper *Sen4 * Imauieipe
unknown ** 11iH
unknown lot 63, ' 20A those signals no/ intended for it except bottom sheathed with wood and copper. ',areBelXeor for pertlenler lilra>a CPrilHSIUI.CAfAaeMfVIATIVl Mela Sf lueet.

Sallie J Yard lot 50 10 a slight murmuring, very indefinite and Indeed things have come to such a puss Ukleeae, 1U.
iiZA'S 40 not at all bothersome. Paris Letter in that will take the whole
II Ray 52" congress np Sold by J. U. Screven, only.
unknown . lot CO, * > 40 Electrical World. subject, in all probability, at the coming
unknown lot 64, 40 December session. Sixteen knot vessels
lot 67 * 40 \
unknown lotO*, 88 aro lucky If they can steam abendst The Advocatk Is still giving away,
II B Archibald est 1QU00.70". Mtninad aim Portrait*. the rate of 12 knots an hour as mat- free, tobacco seed of the finest grade.
SFGray 44K i ters are now. The bottoms of many of Call and get some, with Instructions for
Mrs L B Blglow. lot* 71 to 117 Inclusive, Rerdell's addition. Stained glass portraits favorite
ith Its cultivation.J3T" .
afonl BOudltlMt
A A Stewart . lot D, Rerdell's addition 0 0O fad witn women who can afford them. mn
D T GerowV lot 1, block A, Fisher's addition 0 lO The of Italy has a bnaotif ol stain* barnacles and grass growing on them.
M Fisher. lots 5, 6 and 7, block A, Fisher's addition... 4 Ot queen The result Is that each vessel is just
of herself and it is said
,
Joe Fisher lots 1, 3, 5, f and 7, block B, . 3 20 ed glass portrait that much Inefficient and consequently All communications for this paper
John Myers . . lot 2, block B, Fisher's addition 3 20 thai Alma-Tadema is now making use must take so much more coal to carry should be addressed "Thi Advocate
P M Fisher lots 1, 2, 3, 8, 8, block D, Fisher's addition, 1 75 of the same medium in a picture of the ber to ber destination. Army and Navy Titusville, Fla." This will Insure Immediate

SU Ray lot 1, block E, Fisher's addition 88 young Duchess of Marlborough. Journal attention.




INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 2, 1898.



-* INDIAN RIYER ADYOCATE. 4- Kansas has a place which, If the joyable, but when good looks are Miss Kennedy, our. Funeral postmistress services, being were agranddaughter. SAYE MONEY And Buy From ****

report be true, promises to become in question people will put up with held Saturday morning at the Baptist

the most popular resort in the a great deal. The cure requires church, Rev. YV. N. Chaudotn, of LaGrange -
A WEEKLY JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE, DEVIJUOPKBMT world. It is said to have a bubbling the patient to spend six weeks in delivering an impressive address

OV jLtra TUB BISOAYKX INDIAN BAT MVXR SECTIONS.LAKHWOETB spring which yields a water more bed no half measures of lounge after which the remains were laid

intoxicating than whiskey. If that chairs or couches to sleep for to rest in Eau Gallia cemetary.
Grain Feed Garden Seeds Flour
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.CHABLK8 spring does not freeze up in winter nine hours, to be fed thirteen times Hay, ,

what a rush there will be to it a day, and to take nothing but Daytona.

H. WAiTOll, Editor & Proprietor. from patients suffering from colds ; liquids milk, chocolate, and beatenup Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.

summer and winter it will be the eggs. A tonic stimulates The Home Guards have turned In their

of advfa. must be made personally earth. the and the food is gradually guns and accoutrements.We .
Discontinuance most crowded resort on appetite, Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds Insects; Harmless t..
at this offloe or by writing. increased in quantity till the are to have the Christian Endeavor ''nan i iof
beast. Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotation.JACKSONVILLE..
convention here in November.
to consume a dozen
patient
Soldiers who enlisted for two manages
Check. Waltoh,eto.,,pnbllaner maybe made and payable proprietor to Cbabi.esH. years in the war, if not sooner discharged eggs, two pounds of chocolate, The colored school house Is ready for Office: 124 W. Bay street. KI.a.
of the finishing coat ot plaster and paint.
ten
by the government, will and from eight to quarts

Address all communications to have the option of retiring from milk in a day. All possible sunlight Henry Morris has gone to see his Try a
mother who is 111 at her home inDcLand. Sample ,;
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, the service as soon as the treaty of is admitted to the room to ,. quite P. E. McMURRAYBAKER.

TlTUSVILLE, FLORIDA.U. peace is signed and officially pro keep up the patient's spirits; she OUR $25.00 on
makes four or
see visitors for a quarter ofan Our ice factory some
claimed. This view is sustained may
five tons daily, which Is enough for usto
hour daily, and listen for a short HORSE FARM
H. I>ei>urtnieiit of AKrIculture"WVntlier by the Comptroller of the Treasury keep cool on.L. .
time to light fiction read aloud. At
Flu.Tho whose decision in the matter editor of the
time
Bureau Jupiter, C. Demaree, one
the end of six weeks she returns to WAGOl1J
is final.DHMOCltATIC Daily Daytonian, has gone to Missouri,
society in splendid condition, to make his home there.Rev. Axles, 1J Tires, Patent wheels, double box, shafts and Spring Nit
comparative statement plump healthy, with her wrinkles Bicycles, Sundries, etc.
following is a ,
The of the Health Mr. Gilmore, who has been officiating
president
of temperature and rainfall for the and haggard looks gone, and ten at St. Mary's for a month past, Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
1808.1808 Iioard of New York is making an
week ending Tuesday, Aug. 510,
years at least taken off her age. leaves us tomorrow.Kev. .
-1807 inquiry into the manufacture of
American sweet meats. It appears .W. n. Mabry, of Talatka, preached
at the Methodist church on Sunday, having The NewSelden
that "many children are suiFering Eau Gallie.Mrs. exchanged pulpits with Mr. Fayne
harmful etfects" from a too liberal for the day.

consumption of what are known as Valentine and Miss Helen Valentino Our streets seemed quite deserted on
alcoholic sweets. The whiskey biscuit of Tillman, were visiting here last Wednesday last so many of our citizens Cypress Door Company

for instance, which consists week. having gone to Jacksonville to see the ,

of gelatine and other materials, is Mr. and Mrs. W.tained II. G. Scott enter- parade.
Total ralnfallfor from normal the week rainfall: 0.42 for Inches the said to be saturated in alcohol. Itis the euchreweek's club at their lastFLORIDA'S The Hayseed Ball, at City Beautiful,
Departure
week: minus 0.03 Inches. Departure a curious coincidence that New meeting.We was a great success, and its that popularity while Opened October 1st, 1800, turned the steam on to
from normal rainfall Blnce January 1, should be in are having warmer weather and was evidenced by the fact
York
engaged protecting more mosquitoeB the past few days than some four or five hundred guests, it was
II.til inches.J. and Best Door
minus One of the Largest Equipped Sash
Bliii
Observer. its children from unhealthy we have bad all summer long.Mr. thought, were expected to put in an appearance ,
Ckonk
W. ,
time when London matter of history between
sweet meats at a as a
is taking serious steps towards obtaining and the Mrs.second W. H.anniversary II. Gleason of their celebrated seven sample and the eight' pumpkin hundred pies.were" .Some there, to of and General Wood Working Plants in the United States,

One hundred and some control over the Italian wedding last Thursday evening.Mrs. artistic. Our
the costumes were
very And with experienced management, (covering a past experience nf
1MTUSVILLE.
south of Jackson and his barrow of ice creams. brass band did themselves oui
Geo. G. Gloason and her pretty re-organized
years In Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expert tinla-
ville. Is the county seat of Brevard. ItIs little daughter, returned last week from great credit on this occasion. The ocean possible material and workmanship at onr hands. Our production mil
the head of navigation on the famous ORANGE CROP. their summer's visit to relatives in Ohio.Rev. pier is an unique affair, and speculation Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, i.i.ivi cuvt
Indian Hlver, and is In the orange, pineapple is rife as to how it will stand the gales.
and vegetable soctlon of the East Mr. Outland preached here last Anyhow, Coast. It has five whito churches, good the of Sunday evening, and those who braved credit for his energy and pluck in attempting
schools, residences and stores, tannin Drought during early part the mosquitoes listened to a good ser it. CHAS. N. WELSHANS
and ice factories, bank, newspaper, two this summer has probably reduced mon. ,

hotels, several boarding houses, two railroads the Florida orange crop one-third Gulf coast competition is playing Never fail to read our inside pages.Tou .
steamboat line, electric lights, possibly one-half of what was havoc with our mullet fishing, and the will always ilnd something to interest

shelled fishing, this street.section*, oto.is For excellent hunting, and and is expected, and the yield this approaching lish houses hero have been compelled to you. CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER

quite a paradlso for hunters and yachts winter, it is calculated, close down for awhile.Mrs. ,

men. The hammook land for orange, will hardly exceed 500,000 boxes. Curtiss (nee Miss Rena Faber), ofFaustina Palmetto Drug Store, I>aytona.
sugar and vegetable growing Is said tobe However, growers are not particularly Is spending a few days at -; *i? HAIR AND LATH.C **
in'the State. Hotel Granada. A dance in her honor chemicals fine toilet
some of the finest Drugs, medicines, ,
thut the will be
sorry crop was given last Monday evening.Mr. brushes, combs, perfumery and
soaps
State Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils.
short, as good prices will again .
and Mrs. Albert Bennett took ad" fancy toilet articles in great variety.M.
TICKKT. prevail, especially for the noted vantage of the opportunity to visit Jacksonville Huston, propr.DR. Old 'Phone 8. )u\ 13 IIoK'an street
Indian River oranges. Buyers are on Tuesday's excursion. Ernest
For Justices of the Supreme Court: already in the field offering" $2.00 a Taylor, J. II. V. Smith, J. E. M. Hodg JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

11. V. TAYLOR, box for the fruit on the trees, we son, Kingan Hodgson and C. Bailey were EDEN'S NO. 49....
Aliichua Co.V. also passengers for Jacksonville onTuesday's
H. CARTER, are told.If train.Itev. .
Jiickson Co. there are no further set-backs .HAMMOND PACKING CO.
Hubbard Martin Frince, one of FATIGUE POWDERS.
For State Treasurer: for the next few years, the orange our oldest and most esteemed citizens, . ..,
J. H. WHITFIELD, crop in this state will be equal to passed away Inst Friday morning, in tho81st

Loon Co. what it was before the freeze, year of his age, he having been born (Formerly The G. H. Hammond Co.)
For Railroad Commissioners: which will mean increased prosperity in Wood county, West Virginia, in 1818.
II. E. DAY, for all Floridians. His life has been a long unci useful one.In Unequaled for OUR SPECIALTIES :
ordained minister oftiie
Alachua Co.J. 1852 he was a

M. BUY AN, Methodist church* leaving that denomination Malaria, Liver Diseases, Loss of "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
the
in to
Osceola Co. 187 > join Baptist
JOHN L. MORGAN, LET IT BE IN ENGLISH. church, of which latter he has been a Appetite, and all Aniemio conditions. "Coin Special" canned meats."Calumet" .
Hamilton Co. minister over 23 years. Of late years he
For Congress, Second District of Florida Make the treaty between America has had no charge, only preaching at Irregular Tones up the muscles, clears the brain; hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .

IIOHEUT W. DAVIS, and Spain in English, for besides intervals.in building He was the mainly Baptist instrumental a true Heart Tonic, for the weak, nervous leaf lard.
Co.
Of Putnam being the language of the victor, church here, assisting by manual labor and debilitated.Tastless Homemade lard."Peerless"
it will have the advantage over the in its erection, and he also aided in establishing pure .

The political pot is still simmering French of being understood by all a church for the colored people. and harmless; can be given compound lard sausages
of Eau
but it will not be long the of the United States to He was the first mayor
people
very Gallic, and has also served as n member to babies. 25 cents in stamps, to any and all Packing House Products.
now ere it relieves itself of its pentup say nothing of Canada, Australia, of its Board of Aldermen. He was a

contents by a brisk boilingover.It and other English-speaking countries staunch republican, Bending two sons to address. FLORIDA BRANCH : Jacksonville, Fla,
to none of which the French the civil war, one of whom was killed at

is as well for our people to language is native. The old notion the married battle twice of, his Vlcksburg.second wife Mr.surviving Prince SAMUEL EDEN, M. D., $Jf Write us for quotations, and you will be pleased..

remember that to advocate the annexation that French is the language of him. Of his Hist family he leaves two BROOKLYN, N. T.

of Cuba is to urge the diplomacy, ought to have no force sons, seven daughters, and fiftyeightgrandchildren 21 JEWELED.
violation of a solemn national in our time ; and, moreover, the and great grand-children; 1310 Bushwick Avenue. WATCHES CLOCKS

pledge, English language is splendidly ,

to the ideas and
equipped

The probabilities are that the views which express are to be embodied in NOW IS THE TIME Jewelry, Diamonds,

the verdict of the Peace Commission.
ideal Donnybrook fair will not bea

circumstance to an election in It is the language of America WATCHES Souvenirs, Wedding Rings and Presents,
Don't Wail but Write Now !
Santiago when the Americans turn and is destined to become the ,

tho island to its inhabitants. predominating tongue of the world,
over while the time is ripe for the United From this date and until October 1st we are offering very low prices, to reduce FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRS
our stock before taking Inventory. Let us know whnt you want in the HARDWARE
OILVERWAftS
Uncle Sam's purse strings must States to assist in bringing the LINE> TINWARE, STOVES, ORANITEWARE, etc.. etc., and we will A SPECIALTY.
great event to pass.UiiEVAui give you the best prices you have seen. We have 100 thousand feet six and eight
be held very tightly; when it is It. JRU.ES,
inch Boards at *10 per 1,000 feet. O. F. PADDISON & CO., Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way.
taken into consideration that Ku
private jACKSOjrvir.r.B.
W. St.
Gallie Florida. 223 Bay ,
citizens and physicians have BEAUTIFY THE DEPOTS. Eau ,

had to provide for the wants and

comforts of our sick soldiers to a We do not wish to be disparag

large extent in this war. ing to other Florida railroads, but Being the Nearest Mannfactnrers of PLANT SYSTEM.If

we think traveling people generally .

) county's death rate will agree with us when we say
Furniture
that the Florida Kaet Coast Railway to the.
was certainly not very large for . .
August one of the hottest months has the prettiest and neatest-
you are going anywhere, whether it be to the
in the year. The deaths were looking stations in the state. All

three one from cerebral abcess, that is needed now is to get the Florida Trade

one from snake bite, and the third station agents interested sulllciently North South East Northwest

from causes unknown. The record in their surroundings to improve We Solicit Trade of Dealers in all Kinds of Fnrnitnre. ,

speaks well for tho healthfulness the grounds in the vicinity of their Southwest

of this county. respective depots by planting out or ,
PAYNE & WILLINGHAM Macon Ga.C3T .
shade and ornamental trees, etc. ,

There are said to be twelve hundred How pleasant it would appear to Manufacturers of all kinds of Furniture. Write for Catalogue. REMEMBER THAT THE
islands in the Philippine the eyes of tourists were they to be

group. If the United States only greeted at each station along the of Railways and

take the one island of Luzon, upon road by a view of something green PLANT SYSTEM

which Manila stands, the belligerent cabbage palniettoes, magnolias, WANTED Steamship Lines
water-oaks, American olive cedar
Aguinaldo will still have a ,
fighting chance on the eleven hundred yellow jessamine, honey suckle, WITH OATEWATS AT
and ninety-nine other islands roses or any other kind of tree, Raw Furs Skins Hides Wool Beeswax

of the archipelago, and that ought plant or flowers suitable to this Port Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville,

to satisfy his ambition. climate nice in the lawns.winter The as well as Tallow and Alligator Skins.
green rainy season Charleston, Montgomery, Tifton
is now on, and it appears to us l'"ivT5l
Among the certain outcomes of that if the station agents intend And will pay the highest Cash Prices for them as follows : AND VARIOUS OTHEK
our late war with Spain will bo the Pry Flint Hides 13c. Otter Skins, good. .
in this
freedom of the oppressed islands doing anything respect now Dry Salted Hides. 13c. Otter Skins, poor With Its All-the-Year-Round
in both oceans, the wider influence is the time to act. Oreen Salted Hides. tyc. Coon Skins, good.lfc. .
Dry Hint deer skina Coon Skins
,
poor Is the
of America in the councils of the Dry Salted deer skins. 13c. Goat skins Double Service
nations, and the increased respect A NEW CURE. White wool, prime. ISc. Sheep skinsAlligator Daily Best TxouU-
for her power on land and sea. Black wool, prime ICc. skins, 7-ft. l.oo
Burry wool, prime 9o to 12c. B-ft 65
Another achievement attained, no The overworked society woman
Beeswax 23c. ." 5-ft -15 And that all Information can be obtained Promptly by
less glorious and far-reaching, is generally feels somewhat of a Tallow 2eto03o. 4-ft. 20
the obliteration of all traces of distrust wreck by the end of the season. Ginseng root, per lb. .$ 2.00 3-ft. 15 Addressing or Calling onF.

and too long delayed unification How would she like to try the "rest You no: live alligators; 1.1c to 20c each. Reference National bank, Jacksonville M. JOLLY, Division Passenger Ag<">'

of the American people, which, and fattening cure" lately introduced To those who have not shipped to me, I ask for a trial shipment, to get start 138 West Bay St., Astor Block.Jacksonville.
it is hardly needless to cay, will be In New York ? Certainly ed. I guarantee a just and liberal classification. Hoping to be favored with your K"B. -
shipments, I am, yours truly,
called in question no more. the treatment does sound
not
en- W. R. NICHOLAS Jacksonville
Fla. W. WRENN, Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.








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INDIAN RIVKR ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 2, 1898.




Royal "tb food purs, St. Augustine.S. .
wbolcsom*and delicious. FERTILIZERS.

F. Bennett, who has been very ill
foi some time past, is now much better.D. .

A. Stevens, who was well known
here, died at his home at Cartersville
last week.Mrs. .

D. A. Slmras has returned home

to Armstrong, after a pleasant visit to
relatives here.


now bicycling The in roads fine, a force condition on of Anastasta men for having driving Island recently and are W :E:5iE3.e: Lpple; ; 1 Growershi -

been working on them.Wm. .

AKlH Copps and family have left for \.XX LxOTU.xiLca. 37 ortilisasox; . 1'
Boston to spend a short time. Mr.Copps T** Before buying tho following Mateiials be sure and apply to '
will attend the convention of railway
foremen.O. prices, and we will prove to you wo can save you money.
Absolutely Pur
A. Peck, manager of E. F. Clark's
BONE, RAW BONE,
branch furniture store at this place, died A
suddenly at the Plaza hotel early last B BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE,

Friday morning, from heart disease DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA,
hoval bakino powdih oo. *iw yonk. prices."C
Deceased was 7(1( years of age, and had
made many friends during his year's SULrilATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS,

residence in St. Augustine.F. DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,

W. Allen met with a painful accident SEED HULL ASHES, KAIN1T AND POTASHES.
Key West.I to his foot last week by accldently EHH 0HI
cutting it severely with an ax. The
mishap occuried at Bunnell, about forty
clerk has
I M D Darnell, paymaster's miles south of this place, but the injured
i ft loi Hampton Roads to lejoin bish.p man is receiving the best of medical attention Pleas Correspond, witli ins boforo being induced, to buy from Dealers. Send for
| here. '

What nonsence to spread a report that Pnmphlot.

IP o c learn h.ive It yellow has been fever disproved.A hero. We. are glad Jacksonville. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO ,

number of our young men gave aery
> enjoyable dance at La Bilsa the end The Clyde steamer arrived in poit
if last week, in honor of their numerous with a heavy caigo of merchandise. Tcx.clTcsora.villo, ZE lorida,.

uly fi lends. The streets and stoies are crowded all

The health of Key West will compaie the time, and all seem to be doing a good
favorably with that of any city in the business. day, with a merry paity aboard his boat. Melbourne. WHEN IN NEED OF
otmtry The young doctois who made Misses Ltllie Cat tor and Myrtle Baldwin
There is deal of sickness
a great among
of the suse and several others.
?
he startling ( ) discovery the soldiers, every day fiom 4 to 5 being COOt! >K & OOODK IUuil Estate ami InanAirimt
> 'ted canes of yellow fover and smallniox home. Miss Heckmaster, Mrs. MoManara and for 1 tna, l.omloii and Liverpool and
relieved of their shipped "ITnoleIlughle tilolie, and Imperial Klre Imtiiranna. Npnelalattunrlon
were unnecessary Jim Hall and
[fmxiety on that account when older and The Plant System Is erecting a freight little son,", were, Vesey passengeis on tho Conitney dunts.WHKN. paid to tlia Intercuts of non runl- Lumber Hardware and Paints

Mscr heads looked into the matter more warehouse and making other tcpairs on to Cocoa, Wednesday of last week. ,
:loHbly. their propel ty heie.We The same day "Auntie Hughes" sent n
YOIT OO TO MELUOUltXE call at the
of literature
are having extremely hot weather barrel containing 1(10 pounds Ilnziiar, Mrs Cliaa .1. F.I'Bmpliell A Co-., Millinery ii
Buy lumber and other building material with very little wind to cool off the atmospheie to tho soldiers at Jacksonville. Notlomt, l>rv Gooda, Ijtdlea'' readymade Or anything in the line of Building Material
direct from the Builders' Supply nnd unvt'ii I'mleraear, Kerrl. Kennwned -
their
even at night.We officials understand
The ralliond CorHetM,ete ,embroidery and colored sllka,
U> St Augustine, and save the lumber- but if tho rates and .
have had rainy weather for several own business best, souvenir spoons,Stationery ete.Honrr
laid man's commission. military parade at or House Furnishing goods Tinning or
days, which makes everything very disngieeable notice of the grand ,
for the workmen. Jacksonville could have been given out ,
would hfmkvi'e, mft.hoi'knk, m.a.
a few days earlier, more people I ovelv view of Indian ltiver. In a aliot! rod
do not fail to write
Miami. Quite a l.ii ge excursion went to Pablo have gone to see it. Tlieio was no time Mitnutimi Superior aouommodattonn. Moderate Plumbing,
Beach, Sunday, to enjoy a dip in old to get up a paity, make plans to leave rates.
ocean and a spin on the beach.F. home, get leady, etc., all to bo done between W. It CAMl'llElX, Proprietor.
Work on the artesian well has been and biunkfast. EDWARD STILHTG
ahead rapidly. P. Gardner is having a roof garden supper
going built on top of his building for the accommodation HOTEL ltlVFlVMI>E. MELllOtHtNK, FI.A.. ,
, Lake & Carpenter have been shipping of his large patronage. The When In want of any kind of building overlooking Indian Klver, homelike aeeoinmndatlotiM
considerable limes lately. building is 40x100 long.We material. In car loads or otherwise, thoBuilders' dnvorStHNl ami to 97.IHI jrottd per hoard.week ItateH, aeniirdlnir Sl.ft0 per to "THE BRICK STORK,"

Our fine streets are now undergoing a hear It whispered that Vice-presi Supply Co., at St. Augustine, location of room. Hiierial rate* to Klverpeople.
thorough overhauling and repairing. dent Parrott and Contractor MacDonald will be pleased to make you a delivered CHAS. 1'. M< MIUIiK.Proprietor.. OOOOA,

Mrs Adam Meyer's father Mr. K.Mebel has been to New York to consult Mr.Flagler price at your middleman's station. commission You have noagent's topay.
about the building of the new or
.
has airived here from Prussia.Kred
hotel at Nassau. T. V. Nicholson went to Jacksonville
S. Moise has returned from his The Fifth Ohio ariived, anil was at m on business last Tuesday. OITIOIT SETS !
where he had
Jacksonville ajuwul
uslt to ,
once marched out to their camping Rockledge ; Joe Conkling is now a member of the
.
time.E. grounds. Every day biings all that can East Coast Republican foice. BERMUDA AND PHA11L.Thlityflvn .
A. Waddell, one of our prominent be accommodated. Tlieio are now about '*
and reliable real estate dealers, is still 3iU00 encamped here at different places. Robt. Arnold Is recovering from his Mrs. Chas. Campbell and two children 4"
recent seveie spell of typhoid fever. were tho guests of Miss Leo, at Melbourne
fair shaie of business. III'
[doing a The Advocate Is well known in tuis Beach, last week, whoie thoy enjoyed
The tide Nassau's proposed "the pink of the East Our orantro gloves nio now looking visit.Mrs. .
at upon city as paper a delightful
has set in.J. rents qunit postpaid I.fit) bushel not prepaid. New
the weather per ; pel crop
liotel in last week's Anvoik Coast and it is undoubtedly an excellent fine since lainy
published Chas. Horton and children loft genuine LiiFoiiicIio CREOLE ONION SKKUS, :>0rU. pel o/., *.I..M) per. pound
: \ was read with much interest by advertising medium for our goaheadmeichants. M. Sanders and E. P. Porclior spent here last Tuesday, for Atlanta, Oa postpaid. Full lino of flesh seeds for fall planting. Send for pi leu list,
tiled
join many readers down this way.S Those who have not Sunday until Monday in Tltusvllle -
from where she goes to join her husband, who
Graham feels a little lonesome since its columns should do so. attending to some legal mattois. is now in business tlieio. Theses young L. CAMERON. Seedsman,

Jilt, wile went off on a vacation. She has Wednesday night, while a policeman Mosquitoes havo been thicker this poople will be greatly missed by tholr 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.CHESEBR0 .
)>een visiting fi lends in Canada and was making an at rest on a soldier, seveial week than we have seen them In several many fi lends heie.Sevoial .

Mit higan, but will soon ictuin home.A moie took part in the affair, and only years. Thank goodness they will soon Melbotirneltes wont to Jacksonville

Patrol togunid the for eaily assistance, the police would disappear. last to tho grand
Marine Hospital Tuesday, see
have been killed, but as It turned out,
Jay Hiscayne const from all boats susjHctud correspondent understands that parade of tho Seventh Army Corps,
lie off with a broken nose and several Your
got BROTHERS
of coming from yellow fever disHtncts bad bruises, but he carried his man to Mr. and Mrs. J. Osteiloy nnd daughter which took place on Wednesday, but l
is being organized by Dr. Stoner. the station and locked him up.J. will soon leave lieie for Philadelphia, to quite n number prefer to wait until Sept.l.Mh .
that Mrs. Tattle reside there peimanently.Prof. when It In expected President McKloley -
Dame Rumor says II. Harris, the foreman of the F. C. will be in Jacksonville to witness
lias leased her Hotel Miami for a peri<*duf & P. freight warehouse, was robbed of C. A. Lincoln, of Winter Park, tho parade. WHOLESALE
five yearB; and that a Mr. Thompson, one hundred and seventy-five dollars, was in town Monday and Tuesday. He
uf Pooila, 111., is the lessee. Your correspondent Fiiday night. Eight soldiers and one was here securing pupils for Rollins Last Sunday afternoon a jolly paity
ofM down from Eau Oallie wheels CJOMJMISSON > JTlSII JKALERSrNo.
cannot vouch for accuracy clvillian was arrested and tiled. A carpenter College for tho approaching term.J came on
>is rumor.We by the name of Booze, stopping and returned early In tho evening by the
the Advocate that E. the Victoria hotel owned that he had samo modo of travel. In the paity weieMrs.
at ,
note from Wines
ft CKAMH ki>ei>i(a flr KliuiH Ralnon AI. llotsford. Miss Scott, ('apt. W.Nesbltt .
1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Mnikot Now Yoik.SPK .
>- Dearborn, of Cocoanut Grove, has the money and was held for further beeni, whixkleA, lirnnily ami rum, Importedanil A. J. Goodo Messrs. ,
market for sale.Mi trial.i UnmeHtio clears, tohncoo and clKarettes.l'rice 'apt. ,
i>ut his property on the made host of Itiiuorn from tl INI to (5 iki per gallon. Ernest Taylor, A. Hotsford, KingnnHodgson. < IALTIKS: Spanish Mackoiel, Sheephoad, Pompano, Blneflsh, Red
and Mrs. Deal born have a attention to telegraph anil mail .' the bicyilu loud
jbf friends during the time they have refilled Prompt onlera. 'lerins Ctuili. Cocuit, *la.J. They lepott Snappeis, Klngllsh, Tiout, Green Tin tie, Redhead and Canvas-biuk Ducks.
of Dade Banyan.Mrs. U. CltAllH, Agt. good.
section
this beautiful
in Stencils promptly supplied. Refeienees finnlnlied If desired.
county, and we shall be sorry to lose Postmaster R. W. Goodo has Just received

tli emDr. Moten, of Artesia, is visiting atMr. Roseland.W. the good news that two of his
nephews, I'.dward and William Goodo,
,1. B. Stoner, a member of the Scott's.R. .
who went to the Klondike from Foindalo Home-Grown
united States Marine Hospital of Service, C. Creech returned from Jacksonville and wife havo been visiting Washington, two years ago to try FOR SALE 1I
las ariived here for the purpose keeping E. Futcli
last week.Mr. their fortune at mining, havo struck itrich.
a watch upon any Busplclouslookingooats J. Hearndon and family at his place Tliev with one other Forndale
that may arrive from a yellowsfevei and Mrs. J. M. Field returned seveial miles west of Mlcco. boy, own two, ilch claims on Hunkei # PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS *
disttict. Dr. Stoner will work inliarmony from Indianola last week.Col. .
timber for
Several carloads of heavy creek and two first-class claims on Sulphur 5 5Abbaka
with Florida's popular president . J. L. Casper and Jno. Wynn, of rebuilding the railroad biidge here, has creek, besides interests In half a Of the following Vni lottos :
of the State Board of Health Dr.Porter. in Sun nnd the men are at work dozen other of unreitalnvalue.
Tropic, was visiting Banyan on beon, unloaded properties Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, Ripley Queen, Smooth
( shaping it for use.E. They are reported as among tho
day.Tho most enteipiising and Industrious Cayenne Pernambuco and Red
young Spanisb.
InRoseland
write continued showeis aie helping P. Branch, of Molbourne, was ,
-Will our correspondents please men In the district, and could luturn
frames and places distinctly, so that our all vegetables and producing mosquitoes the latter part of last lieie week In, home now with fiom *4)), Apply to G. C. MATTHAMS. Florida Pineapple Co.,

p'inposltois can set them in typo corpei by the bushel.Mr. looking over Interested.S. some propeity. each, but piefer to stay another year.Courtenay. West Palm Beach, FU.V" .
> Warren returned to which lie is
tly and Mrs. Geo.
their Brantley home last week from Davis, of Vero, came up Sunday to

an outing in the old Bay State. see his wife, who has been visiting her # If you need any job piloting, we ..I BUY OR SELL...
West Palm Beach. McMillan returned fiomCourtenay parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Cain, for some shall bo pleased to get a sliaio of it.ff .
Misses
The on Sunday, and report having time.now as Cigars he would, etc.have will to be tell scarce the In boys Vero on No more mosquitoes wanted at this Confederate Money, Bonds &

, Proprietor McPheriln, of the Lake spent a most enjoyable and pleasant his return that he was father of a baby writing. If you icci-lve a sample copy of
f V oi th Ice Factory, has opened a branch visit among old friends.Mr. Saturday night. the Advocate, It is an intimation that POSTAGE STAMPS.Lnrgost .
busi girl, born on II. H. Jenkins and J. J. LnRoche tall It would us pleasuie to ndd
lit Miami, where be is doing a good and Mrs. J. II. D. Smith and Miss give your stock In the woild. Address
the seat visit Monday.We list of sub
last county a on name to our fast-lnereaslng
ness.M. Mandie, of Eau Gallie, were over scribers. It does not cost you three {'HAS. II. BARKER, Atlanta, Ga.
and Mrs. Oruber are soon expected week making preparations to move. Fort Pierce. are wondeilng who Is going to week included when
cents (
postage )
|iome from their trip to Columbia, 8. C, They will occupy the John Aspinwall have chaige of our school this term. taken per by the year, and It can be sent to

vhere they have been visiting Mr. Cl.'snother. house, formerly owned by Dr. Wells.A Sheriff J. P. Brown was a pleasant visitor The Misses Nannie, Stella nnd Myrtle you In any part of the United States or COTTON and

Literary and Social Club is being Harper were visiting in Indianola last Canada without extra expense.Oiiiiritiitco .
This town is claimed by many to bebne formed. A meeting will be held on la town Sunday.Capt. Suuday.Thos..

of the healthiest along the East Saturday evening at 8 p. m., at the Banyan A. J. Lewis left on Monday for DaiTein still has charge of the
with Tiiu.tville to elect officers and organize Titusvllle and Jacksonville. \M |M>r c J-oast. house
It will nearly compare ostrich farm heie. He seems to know ...
where two doctors had to leave generally. Citizens of Bahia, Tropie The public school opened last Monday just how to take care of tho birds. Eleven land fronts Indian I
invited. Join acres on
for better fields; and we hear that IfTuore and Brantley are cordially of scholars.E. .
list
people don't get sick soon, Brevard's in the movement. with a laige Miss Poreherand nephew. L. P.Allen, and Banana River; small cottage, 2 artesian
town will be entirely without who Swearington returned last Satui day spent fiom Saturday until Monday with wells, 1H( ) nice orange trees, 1IKX)
a doctor.county The Rev. II. M. Prince last week at passed Eau from a visit among'the Indians.Rev. relatives In ocoa. A. J. Wliltlock had pineapple plants, shipped over 200 crates
over the dark river heie cliaige of the pontoftice (luting her absence. last season; guavas, luangoes, Japan persimmons
The Lake Worth Band, at a recent Gallie, was a true and tried Christian, L. D. Howard held services and other fruits on place. Price
neeting, elected the following as officers: and we extend our condolences to the Sunday hist to large congregations.F. lr 00. Address II, Advooatk office.Titusvllle FISHING TACKLE,
5 W llerndon, president; W. II. Sanders bereaved family. Mr. Prince was born Hamor and other gentlemen from A letter just received from Farmer Fla.
musical director; S. II. Happersett, on the same day that England's queen pleasant visitors to town Symmes says he Is enjoying himself very Superior quality Linen GUI Netting
lecretary. There are fourteen members saw the light, and his first wife died on Ankona week.A were. much at his old home at Peperell, Mass made from Knox's Scotch thread.

n the band, and the smrit with which the same day that Prince Albert died, last and that he expects to be home about ...HENRY A. MEISTER... Samples and estimates cheerfully furnished.
hey have entered into the affair, bids and Mr. Prince In relating the coincidence few of our citizens took advantage the 12th lost.J. Corks, Leads, Lines, etc.J. .
ah to make it one of the finest musical would remark that the only of the cheap rate to Jacksonville on G. Bast arrived here from Canaveral rutsr-ci.Ass
that she (Victoria) was a S. JOHNSON A CO.,
>rgimzitloos on the East Coast. difference was onWednesday. Tuesday, where he had been spending
sin vevor Franklin Sheen, who has queen while be was only a Prince. E. N. Dell, of Titusvllle, arrived several diys sea bathing and fishing. He Barber and Hair Dresser Manufacturers,

keen on a smveying tilp through the Monday evening to help with tbe protracted left on Wednesday, via the steamer St. None but skilled workmen em ploy oil. lit South St., BALTIMORE, MD.WoToB .

everglades in the interest of the F. E.iy Prince.Georgians. services in the Baptist church.Mrs. Augustine, for Titusvllle. Private room for ladles' hair dressing

lias returned home. He says head Howes, of Oak Hill, accompanied and Shampooing. Razors put In order. for flftr Ccata.
to sleep out In the open air for over by her daughter, is on a visit to her son, What do you need in the way of 11.1 East Bay St. Bath Rooms. Guaranteed tobacco babit core, mikes weak
three weeks, as they could not carry Brown was around calling on who is acting aa agent here for tbe F. E.C. envelopes, note and letter heads, bill men strong,blooU pure, too,II. All druggists-
ents, and that he and his men saw numbers friends Monday. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
and all his old By.We. heads, statements, tags, cards, etc?
of wild animals alligators
linds of snakes. Mrs. Wethey was a passenger on the are very sorry to hear that tbe We shall be glad to have a share of your
Monday to Cocoa, on a sick work. We bave a first-class lob department
Courtney on children of Mrs. F. M. Tyler are
shopping expedition.F. with tbe measles, and trust it will not connected with the Aovocatm, The ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing.

i [Send the Advocate: an order for any W. Munson went to Cocoa, Mon- be long ere they are around again. and all we ask is a than of your work. ,
b need.
printing you ]



"A INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 2, 1898.




THE SECRET OF BEAUTY.On NOTICE OF ELECTION.
The Tropical Trunk Line.

Can Never be Pleasant to Look Upon
Tim Legislature of 1807, under
Utile** In Good Health."The the Constitution of ISSB, of the State or

Florida, illtl p s three Joint ]te olutlon* Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway
inubt helpful and agreeable bath proposing Amendments to the Constitution of

the Htate of Florida, and the name wen agreed
( that of topic] at to by a vote of three-flftli* of all the member* JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver.
in the August Ladles' Uonio Jour elnrted to eaoh Holme; that the voto on said
Joint Resolution* wore entered npon their respective
nal. "Few people can stand absolutely Journals, with the yeas anil nays thereon

cold baths and no matter how strong and they did determine and direct that the
,
*ald Joint Resolutions be submitted to the
one may be sucli a bath should not bo Electors of the State at the General Election in
November, Isos.
indulged in unless a thorough rubbing Now, therefore, I, John L.Crawford,Secretary

be taken afterward. To speak plainly, of notice State that of the State or Florida, do hereby give

it must bo remembered that while a cold aOKXERAL ELFXTION

bath may be more or less Invigorating itis will be held in each county In Florida, on Tuesday

not cleansing. I can easily understand next sucreedinir the tfrst Monday in November
A. l>,Ihiis, the said Tuesday being the
the desire of every woman to have
EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER,
clear beautiful skin but I confess to
a ,
for the ratification or re lection of the said Joint
being provoked when I think of the Resolutions proposing Amendment* to the Constitution
of the State of Florida, as follows, viz:
amount of money spent on lotions,
ARTICLE XH.How's .
creams and powders to bo applied externally
Section 13, or Article XVI, shall be and is
and which have nothing like as
amended so as to read as follows :

good an effect upon the skin as a tepid SECTION 13. The sureties upon the nfllcial
bonds of all State,(Joiinty and municipal officers
bath with good soap taken at least once shall be resilient* of, and have suMcluut visitde-

a week. The condition of the skin depends property unencumbered within the State, not
exempt from sale under lei;*! process, to make
almost entirely upon the care good their bonds: and the sureties upon the
ofltcial bonds of all county and municipal ollicers -
given to the general health. The girl shall reside within the county where their

who is up late at night, gives no care to nave principals sutltcient upon visible rucIi and bonds unencumbered reside, ami properly shall SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES !

her diet, indulges in vaiious stimulants, In Much county, that is not exempt from
sale under legal process to make good their liability Finest Cuisine and Service, No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.
bathes but seldom, and exercises less, is Provided "That Handsome New Steel Steamers :
such bonds duly of the
on ; any The Fleet is composed following Daily, t Daily except Sunday. tMon., Wed. and Frl.
certain to have either a muddy-looking ort'anlxod mil responslb o Ouarantee or Surety "Seminole." Train leaving Jacksonville 9:12 a. m. arrives Gainesville 1:0B p. m Ocala 2 IK) p in I.. ..
Company, either foreign or domestic, lawfully "Comanche" "Algonquin "Iroquois "Cherokee .j ,
3:45: p. m., Prookavllle 5BBp.: in. dally.
skin, or ouo covered with dlsagreoablulooklng doing biisinuss In tills State, may become ami be ,
all such olllcial bonds." Train* 21 and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cinclnn.it 1 m.i
black and red spots. Ono should accepted as surety on North-Bound. and local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open for accommodation ..r pi... - r> 111
ARTICLE XIII. Union Station, Jacksonville, at 9 m.1NDLVN.
p.
Steamers to "ail according to the tide.
avoid many swents and much pastry, are appointed
Section 35, of Article V, or the Constitution of From JACKSONVILLE. FLA., (calling at Charleston), Sunday*. Tuesdays and Thursdays. RIVER SERVICE.
and not allow herself to become n slave the State of Florida, is hereby amended so as to From CHARLESTON, S. C, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Indian River Steamer* leave Tituslvlle 5:15 p. m., Mondays and Wednesdavs fur t 1 u 1. p .
either to tea or colTce any more than olio read as follows : For hour of sailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston daily paper*. and Intermediate landings; returning, arrive Tltusvllle Wednesdays and Satunl.it mm (
other than herein with northbound train*.
SECTION 35. No court*
would to some vicious drug or stimulant. specified shall be established in this State, except South-Bound. W. B. COFFIN, G. D. ACKERLY,

She should also remember that, unless that the Legislature may clot ho any Railroad Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier. 21)),.East. River. New York, at 3 p. m., as follows : General Superintendent. General Passenger Vm\\
Commission with Judicial Power* in all For CHARLESTON, S. C, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
she Is In good condition Internally, sho matters connected with the tuiictiuns of their For JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde .

will be anything but a pleasant object to otllce. ARTICLE XIV. New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)

look upon externally." (Calling at Charleston, S. C, both ways)
III.Add the following as Section 34, of Article "STEAMERS" Florida East Coast Ry.

are appointed to sail as follows:
This SECTION 34. Immediately upon the Impeachment foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, From LewlsMVharr, Boston,
of any officer by the House of Representatives From THURSDAYS. FRIDAYS.Clyde's TIME TABLE NO. IS. IN EFFECT MAY IS. 1898.
he shall be disqualified from performing
any or the duties or his ofllce until acquitted
We offer Ouo Hundred Dollars reward by the Senate, and the Governor, in COUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND Read L'a.Ar .
for any caso of Catarrh that cannot bo such case,ahull at once appoint an inciimlientto St. Johns llivcr Line.DK .
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. till such ollloe ponding the impeachment proceeding N 86 STATIONS.Lv. .
*. In rase ot the Impeachment of the Dally00p
P. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O.We Governor, the President or the Senate, or In case ( 1IAKY LINE)
the undei signed, have known P.J. or the death, resignation or inability or the Jacksonville,Falatka, 8auf ord. Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. 9 20a4l0p ... Jacksonville .. tib, .ojj,
the or the 10 80a Ar... .St. Aucuatiae Lt J31p
President of the Senate, Speakor tii,
Cheney for the lftst 15 years, and behevo Hi.u.e of Representatives shall act a* Governor The elegant Sldewheel Steamer 15pll0 8ft4Mp Lv... .St Aufustiae.Hastlnge. Ar! 58up -
him peifectly honorable in all business pending the Impeachment proceedings against "1IAIIKY O. DAY." 11 10a Lv 4Mp 9uJ,
transactions and financially able torairy the Governor. 10a"TBlilirKa Ar Palafsir: "Lvi TTiip 1SJAr
with said CAPT. W. A. SHAW.Is 10 45a Lt Falatka .
The votes cast In compliance proposed M; Hu
out any obligations made by their amendments, and the canvass, declaration fSSpITiBp S B W t o... Lvi i aopArl J
iiriri. and returns thereof, shall be subjected to appointed to sail as follows i 80n T 20aT10 avr 8 a M Sit. it .

West fc Truax, Wholesale druggists, the same regulations and restriction* as are Leaves Jacksonville, Tuesdays and Saturday* at 5:00: p m n strP Talka. '... TTv laspjii
TiModo, O. ; V\raldlng. Kinnan A Marvin provided by Taw for General Elections in the Leave* San ford Mondays and Thursdays at 5.00 a in UUp lOOp ,,.. Orraond .1 ojp : :
State or Florida.rirThe tip nip ,. Daytona J 2p T IKs
Wholesale druggists, Toledo, O.Mall's attention or the Sheriff is called totho SCHEDULE.Jacksonville.. NORTH BOUND. T02p 122p15Sp a* Port Oranire.... I lp JA
Catarrh Cure is taken internally law requiring him to cause a Notice or said Read up. f 25p New Smyrna ... 14if 6A
Election to lie publlsned in a newspaper printeilin 2 21p Oak Hill.Titusvllle. "I I 44p
acting diiectly the blood and Arrive 2.00 a. in.
upon mu the countv, if there be a paper in the county, 8 0p ... I 1 'Kp
cons surfaces of the system. Testimonials and If there lie no paper published in the I'alatka.... Leave" 2.30 8.00 p, m. U'.p City Point ''Vi3)p)
m.
at least live copies or this Astor p. 8 43p ,.... Cocoa U.2p
sunt freo. Price 7 c. por bottle, county, he Khali cause 1.00 m.
Notice to lie posted in the most public places in St. Francis... p. 8 7p Rockledfe ... 12 18p
Sold by all druggists. the county.IN .. .. lieresf ord 12.no a. m. 4 ISp ,..... Eaa Gallle .... 11 .'
... .lllue Springs.. 11.00 a. m. "
4 28p ... .Melbourne 11 V>
have hereunto
TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I Hanfonl 0 00 a. m. 5 12p ......... Sebastian...... lil jus
*et my hand and altlxed the Great Seal or Enterprise .. 9 JO a. iu.Gen'l eoip S i Lnole 137a,
the state of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, Fort Pleree. ... "
JUp
The I>*vll Tree. I
this the auth day or July, isos.L 204 St. Jacksonville.Jjco. 8 40p ........ Eden .. .... ' I 9 1 atOAs
The devil, dragon or octopus tree, asit [ 8.] JOHN L. CRAWFORD, Passenger and Ticket Office, W.Bay 5 p Jensen

is variously called in the different Secretary or State.To 7 06p Stuart 8 65siS.la
T88p Hobs Sound ....
stories told of it, is one of those travel Joseph I*. Brown, Sheriff llrevard County.Master's . L. Howard, Superintendent, Irohmonokr,Jr., Fla, Fas*. Agt. Tlip80p .We** Jnplter .. 8 07*
ers' which dint of Foot Hogan St. 204 West Bay St, ....West Palm Beach.Ltatoa 7 30s5ft
myths by repetition JACKSONVILLE, FLA.W. OOp *

have worked their way into public liolief. Sale. II. WARBURTON, T. P. A., TIIEO. O. EGER, T, M., 44p Tort Laaderdal*.. 9 lis,
10 ... . .
The mail eating or devil tree is 22p Lemon City 5 1a
5 BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.M. 10 80p Ar. Miami LvlNTT 6 3u
according to the story, a huge plant
anil by virtue of a decree signed by WM. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agent*. UKTWKKK HEW SMYRNA AND OKAHUK CITY JUNCTION.T .
Bomewhat resembling a palm, save that UNDER llarron Phillips. Judge or the litli S Bowline; Green. New Vork. 1 So. Delaware Ave., Philadelphia. T
the central fronds are provided with Circuit of Florida, acting for Judge or the STATIONS. NoAr.
7th Circuit or said State, dited July jflilh, 1HIM, J iSp Lv. New Smyrna . Ar 1 tfp llipLv
hlmrp teeth, which, when the leaves in case or Interstate Building and Loan Association 8 0 p 1188auoap I akeHelen .... IS 40p t06p
are folded over toward the center, grasp vs. S. J. Norton et. al., I will sell at public MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. 30p825p .Orsnn City 1. jop aU
sale on Monday, the 12 lOp ..Orange City Junction. iip
with
a death grip the man or animal
FIFTH DAY OF 8EITEMBER, A. D. 1808, All train*between New Smyrna and Orange City Juuotioo Dally eacept Suadsj
unfortunate enough to be inclosed with
in front or the Courthouse In Tltusvllle, Florida Florida New York
in. In some of the stories this tree is during the legal hours of sale, the following KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

also provided with long arms, which lands : That tract of laud In section four ((4)), Philadelphia and Boston.

reach out and wize travelers township twenty-two C.W), range thirty-five CIA) From Brunswick, (via Port Royal, S. C.,) to New York. The steamship City ef Key West of the Florida Kast Coast Steamship Company
unwary east,beginning at a post two hundred and ten Jsck*
Miami for Key West en Mondays, Wednesday*and Friday*after arrival or train from
raise their bodies in the air anil drop (210)) feet west and four hundred and twenty PASSENGER SERVICE.To sonvllle, making eonaeotion* at Key West with ateamer* for Havana. Leave Key Waal 1 a
them into the center of the circle of ((420i feet north of the southeast corner of the of make connections with steamers leave Jacksonville fon (standard time) on Tuesdays. Thursdays aad.Uatardave, urlvtag Miami >nl msrsli(
of the northwest
northoaflt quarter quarter with time to eaaaeet with Berth bound train.
Thursday at n::00 n. m., via Fernandina, close connection
devouring lvaves.It section four (4)), township anil range above Cumberland Route steamers at Fernandina for Brunswick.
is named, and run north twenty-five and onehalfttftM Supper will he served immediately on leaving Fernandina. These Tim*Table* ihew the time* at which trains and boats maybe expeoted to*rrlvaa
to that
hardly necessary Bay ( ) rods (set a post), thence west twenty-five Passengers go at onco on hoard MaUury steamer on arrival* atBrunswick. depart from the several etatlone and porta, but their arrival or departure at tb* tlmMtated
them is no such tree and that tlio story and one-half (WW rods (set a post), thence south Is not guaranteed, nor doe* the Company hold Itself responsible for any delay ar ssfMsmintn
and one-half roils (set a post),
twenty-live (2SW) arising therefrom.
has its origin in the dangers of traversing thence east twenty-five and one-hair WA) rods
For
eepyef looal time eard call at tti West Bay Street. Jacksonville, ar address
a tropical thicket, where travelers to place Brevard or beginning Florida., containing lour (4)) acres, PROPOSED SAILINGS J.T. BBCKWITH, Traffl* Msaetrer. J. JJ. KAHNEB, A. G. P A.
have received serious from falling In County, 81). AngnaMaa,
injuries Terms of sale cash. 0. Standard Lr. Brunswick. __
Lv. New York, Pier 21 E. R.J:0Op. ( Time.)
over vines and among thorny plants, WM.Heggs MARTIN,

where men are frequently attacked and Master.Notice. Friday, Aug. 26 . ......STATE OF TEXAS Friday,Sept. g
is CITY OF S\N ANTONIO Friday, "
i% rainier, Friday, Sept 9
killed by serpents. The devil tree is located Solicitors for Complainant. Friday, 9 .. ST\TK OF TEXAS -Friday, la
by various story tellers in Borneo, Friday, 10 CITY OF SAN ANTONIO Friday, 23
Friday, 23 STATE OF TEXAS. Friday, 3t
iu Sunmtrit and in tho forest recesses of Friday, 30 CITY OF SAN ANTONIO Friday, Oct. 7

other tropical islands, and whenever For general Information, steamers, trains, rate*, etc., apply to any railroad agent or toA.
inquiry is made for it it is to bo found P. MURPHY, Agent,220 W.Bay St. Jacksonville.H. .

somewhere else. St. Louis UloboUoinocrat. the Justice of the Peace Court, 0th It. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick, Ga.C. **
District of llrevard County, Florida: II.MALLORY, Ueneral Agent, Pier 20, E. River, and 302 Broadway., N. Y. Railway

Courtney A. O'Brien,

and Halm Vs.Ereka i GronbeckIT JIn Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad.

NOTICE OF ELECTION.Cbunty appearing by n Hi davit or plaintiff that the
defendants, Ereka and Halma Gronlieuk, are

are euch not rosldents over the aire of the of State twenty-one of Florida years, but, and, asaffiant New Florida ami Northern Air Line an
I* informed and believes,are residents of
Time Table In Effect July 6, 1808.
the Htate or Illinois, but or whut part or said
To the Shell IT of ISrovardtho ofK NORTH EAST WEST.THBOTJQH
state aftiant does not know; and that there I* no .
State of Florida: person In the State or Florida service upon *
whom would bind either <>r said defendants: 33 NORTHERN POINTS. = S3
YE, that I. John f,. Crawford. 9itrotnry It Is thereupon ordered that Ereka Gronbeckanil o 2 a 31
or State or the State of Florida, do llaluia Gronbeck, her husband, upwar atmy PUZ.X.Df AK DBAWINO KOOM CABS, TjININO CABS,
hereby give notice that aGKNKKAL otllce in Fort Pierce, in said county, at 10o'clock SOOp S Lv Jacksonville.Yulee . Ar 0 1.1a 9 2.1)1) 9 40a
ELECTION in the forenoon, on the 4 4/Sp 8 ...Ar 8 40aTBfta 8 4Up 8 6'aTMa THOROXTOHFARK COACHES, VE3TIBTJLED TRAIN3."WASHINGTON .

THIRD DAY OF OCTOBER, 1808, Slip 0 ) .Fernandina ..Lv 7 nop
will be hold In Urovard County,Stato of Florida, T4Sp 9 Everett . ...ArLv 7 03a 6 41>p 7 30a
on Tuesday next aiu-reeding tho First MondnvIn it being a Rnto Iliiv, to plead to the attachment 8 4'lp' . Brunswick.Savannah. 5 4H1) "
November, A. 1>. ISUS, tho said Tuesday bulnir suit or Courtne> A. O'Brien, and Thomas J.O'Brien 12 . ..Lv &Vn ii 4 47p AND SOUTHWESTERN LiniTED.
her husband ; and that thl* order be 12 Savannah ..Ar.Lv 5 l 9 30aSHua ''
the ttBlp p a311a 4 4Up Vtlbnd) Cars between and Ks* "
Through Drawing-Room Sleeping Tampa
published once each week ror roiir consecutive Fairfax .
S C.
K1UIITII DAY OF NOVEMBER 9 S.'lp 2 21p134p via Jaeiuoavtlle, bavaosah and Columbia, without change.UNITED .
weeks in the Indian Rivkh Advoi-atk, a newspaper 10 4ftp 9 '>a ..Denmark, S C 3 24aij' 4 00a
For One Representative or the Second ConirreRvlonal published In said county or Brevard. 9 Augusta, Ga ffzoa1153a "
IMstrli't of the State or Florida in Witness my hand and olllcial seal this 33ril 4 Columbia, S. O. 47aSOop STATES FAST MAIL.

the Fitly sixth Conicress or the I'nited States. day or August, law.tSeal. Spartanburg, S C Pullman Buffet Cars betwssa Jacksonville aad New Toffc.
It. O. BRONSON ' Asheville, N. C. 2 Drawing-Room Sleeping
For One Justice or the Supreme Court of the ] O.lp
.State of Florida, for full term. aug3H-sop30 Justice Peace 0th District.l'atertial 13a"I. Charlotte, N, C. 10 20p OSfta
9. Salisbury, N. C. 8 2flp 8 17aT03a Embracing; Lrnchburj, Charlottesville.Washlnston .
For One Justine or the Supreme Onurt of the ID Greensboro, N. C Tltop Baltimore and Philadelphia.
State of Florida, for unexpired term of II 8.Liddon | Danville, V'a, 6 07p 8 611a ,

resigned. Forethought."Hliggins 6 >p Richmond, Va. 12 OOn 2 (Mia aadClnalnneti.
For One Treasurer or the State or Florida. Lynchburg, Va. 3 0np 3 40a Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping Care to Macon. Atlanta. Chattanooga
For Two Railroad Commissioners ror the term fully believes that his boy Ch trlottesville, 2 I1|> 1 6Ma with elose eonaeotion fer Louisville aad the Northwest.

or Four \ears. is the luottt wonderful member of the 6 | Washington It 11a 10 4.1a
' Also Pullman
|> Baltimore 9 4.2aT20a 9 Bop Through Sleeping: Cars to
For One Railroad Commissioner ror the term of whole human race >a Philadelphia 6Mp tbf"LAND

Twoears.. "Yes. He's thinking of having bis New York Ul.laSOIIp 4 Slip Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville. Through
For One Member or the House of Representatives Boston t00a
or the State or Florida. name copyrighted now, so that when ho "
OF THE SKY.
For Tax Assessor. grows up and gets famous people can't 1 Lv Jacksonville. Ar 6 2.'p| 9 40aS3
.
.| Ar. Evorett Lv For Tax Collector. put it on cigar boxes without paying." .. .. Atlanta. .. lipftp

For County Treasurer. Washington Star. 4 "* ..Chattanooga.. ' looopl 7 30p Far <*tailed Inform sties as te rate*, schedules, sleeping ear reservations, etc. ppf
.. '
For Three Memlier* of the County Hoard or .Cincinnati. .I fauaNo any agent at She houiaaaji Bailwat or It* eonacU< art.
Public Instruction.
For Justice or the Teace in snd for the following Too Commercial."Papa's *. 38 and 84 mtke connection for Ilrunwick, arriving Brunswick 4:30: p. m. and 8:40: p. mrespectively.

Justice IHstricts, via: No. 3, No, B, No. 6, mind is full of business all For New Orleans, train leaves Jacksonville 9-43 a. m., with through sleepers, arriving L. A. 8H1TMA5 Florida Pa m, Ajl. M West Bay Str es, jacksonvUls. n*
No. 10, No. 11, No. U, No 1J, No. 16, No. 17, Mw Orleans 7:40 a. m. Only through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from New Orleans ,
No. IS, No. 10, No. 20, No. 21. the time. 0:S2 p. in. J. 1L OULP. W. A. TURK. 8. H. HARDWICK.At..n.r. .

For Constable In and for the following Justice "How doos that trouble you?" SLEEPING CAR SERVICE. en. Paa Agt., .- aa

Districts, vis: No. 3, No. 4, No. B, No. 6, No. 7, Well, when Harry asked him for No*. 3.1 and 3B Fast Mail, Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville. and the'Cinclnnatl Waaalagt**,K QMajr Wssalaglea, D. 0L
No. 8, No. 10, No. II, No. 12. No. 1J, No. II, Sleeper via Asheville.No .
No. 13, No. IS, No. 17, No. IS, No. 10.1ST rue, he said, 'Yes, take her along, and *. 37 and 38 carry through sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In connection withbrought i. 180a.
The attention of the Sheriff is called to if she isn't np to our Advertisement 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tain pa.No. .
the law requiring him to cause a Notice of said bring her back and exchange her. 30 carries sleeper from Jacksonville to Atlanta and Chattanooga. This Is tooffice.
Jacksonville No. 33.
Election to be published In a newspaper printed 1y by
the count if there be a paper in the county, Chicago Record. All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket
ant' if there lie no paper published in the cnunIn 202 street,a* well as at the Union ilepoR. t ticket office.ARSHALL .
ty, he shall, cause as least five copies of thl* W. CAMPBELL, Passenger Agent. J. E. Ticket Agent, 203 W Bay St., cor.WALTERGOLEM .
Notice to be pouted In the most public places In Hart III* reeling*. Hogan, Jacksonville.lonan AN, Gen'l Traveling Agent, Jacksonville.A. .
the county.IV First Tramp I t'ink dollar wheat has G. M. HOLDKN, T. P. A., St. Augustine, Fla O. MacDONELL, Gen. Pas*. Agent.

TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I have made dem farmers' wives more stuck
hereunto set my hand and amxed tbeL.
[ B.) Great Seal of the State or Florida, at np dau ever. Remember that the Indian River

Tallahassee day of August, the, 1808.Capital, this the 2ftth Second Tramp Dat's right. One ofdona Advocate does all kinds of job printing B3T We would esteem the favor if our

had de gall to offer me a suit of at short notice. Send them an order jeaderj, when writing or calling npon .i -
JOHN L. CRAWFORD, i* enrtsuna* taaae.
scp2-nov4 of State.To clothes her husband bad been wearin and be convinced that it is the place to our advertisers to purchase merchandise, American Frait Grower*'Joaraal worth a year** GOLDA
Secretary etc. would mention the Advocate. *'00 ,0 Addrcs IN -
have ST r e y" americah FRUIT
J. P. Brown,Sheriff, Brevard County. eight years. Brooklyn Life. job printing done. a 0 EBVjOUK.1AL. See Dtr* asiMlag, UHCAOO, $50.00








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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER ?, 1898.



TIIE HOUSE SCREEN.IT SOCIETIES, ETC.t .
HOTELS SUMMER KESOIiTS.ST. .
.
= ; : ;
HOMESEEKERS
INDIAN KTVltR GUARDS.
EXISTS IN VARIETY AND SERVES
Drill si the Armory, uver Bounty jaaVrrsarw
AUGUSTINE.iCEAN MANY GOOD PURPOSES. rueaday evening In the mouth, at olaloak.
C. R. STKWART, Canaiam.Y. .
Who are Seeking a Homo in the

The only hotel on the bay. Summer 4 r efal Arrangement la a, Sitting; Room H. 8. C. B.M""SL"7ery .

YIEW HOTEL rates for permanent guests. Excellent Where Meadloc and Sowing Aro Done.A ""
y evenlun at :3 > V.toakat
table. One of the best places on the Atlantic South should send to the undersigned Pretty Anwir For Summer Work. the Presbyterian Chinch.
Coast to spend your summers.

bT. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Good Ashing, sailing, and surf-bathing. Screen With 1'ortfolto Atterhmeet. INDEPENDENT ORDKK <100D TKMPtAlaH.Tltuavllle .
For rates, address F. C. IIAYDEX, Mgr.OJOIOXI for of the
a however
copy Every home, unpretentious UMlg* No. 17 meets avnrv Tuesehtw
fci fashionable furnishing*, should boast evening 730; in ITrshyterlan almntli. PilbM*
inmilliiu* ttrat Ttiesiluy In iseli month.C. .
at least one screen, either in silkoline, A. GARDNER. u. W rlCOBlE,
*. Florida East Coast Homeseeker.AVe linen or Japanese paper or other simple Hoc't. i',T.CMUItCIIKa.

material. Thjo uses of screens are many,

and nowadays there is uo fixed rnla .

lOTEL COQUINA OIlMOND-BT-TnE-8EA, FLORIDA. about thorn They are made according
to and generally selected for a
have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and foi fancy episcopal cHimcn.Strvloes .
to shut off a d M>r, as a guard
Open for Summer Season of 1808. Fine surf-bathing, fishing, .riding, driving Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the health I est in the United States. purpose Jiul anil 4tli Sundays an tttti
and wheeling. Sea Food a Specialty.s to a window when opened or as a decoration month, at It a m. and 7an p. m. giinrttOMaoal
Mrs. M. VANCE, Proprietress.Tvitos Apply for a Iit'ht room. In short, they every Hnmlayatu .10 a. in. EventiiK nnap.
.
iu. oniadnes
*
$2.00 per day; $8 to $10 per week.NI2W toJAS. are utilized in a do/mi ways to meet all Friday at 10 a. in.Archilciiciiii.
E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner, demands, as Tho Decorator and FurHRWIM. n. F. iihown, Raetsat.IIIKSHYTKHIAN .

FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y
SMYKXA.I0TEL CIIVKCII.cr .

ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.MANIER \ li-sa \er> Sulihui h at 11 a. m.und ;J sniij
Miinils) wIkm.I at 4ft n. m., Tliaa. (Jnrifi .
8l" ra>erme lliiK mi Wwlniw.luy aaealexr
NELMS NEW SMYRNA, FLORIDA, at Urn milille am cordially lnv lis* to
tond our norvlces.Ituv. .
Is kept open during the Summer, under the man- I'AII. HKtr.in.MAN, I>aat r.HAIriST
of Mr. S. L. Story.alio Special attention will be given to traveling men;
special rates by the week: or month to families l1 miles to Ocean Beach; Clll'Kt'H.Preachlnir .

mil bicycling; row and sailboats free for use of guests. For rates, etc., address every bimm.iuI ami fourth Rnnilny*.

S. L. STOttY, New Smyrna, Fla.npcment uioriiliiK and vcnhi TriMer Mcclinira everwViMiiicRila
) .vciilnt at ; ihi o'clock. Sunrtav
& LANE MUSIC CO.Conover Sclionl o> rSiinilu> ul 4ft a. in Alao lintacHr.liiKllrat .
to Hiindav attend.at Ijillmiiuo. All nractirdlaJiwliiilod

SUWANNEE SINKINGS, FLA.uwannee K. N. Hklu Paatort.MKTHOIUST .


THE SOUTII'S FAMOUS HEALTH KOOM H< UKKN.nlsher ClUJRfll.ItCLiiliir .

Springs Fla. RESORT. Open all the year. explains in preface to some useful ervlc m'vcr> llrat, third and UttiSi
Bnmliiya st 11 a. in. ami 7 tie |i. in. Dviiac*
Fischer Kingsbury Franklin information laid illustrations, including HcIiimiI ovory rlumlux at 10HI a. in. Er-mtv/A.
Cure Brlght's disease, all kidney, bladder and liver trouble, rheumatism and the following: l.uutrmi s h Monday ut :i :in p. in. I'raver ni I
Inir ovary 'I lillm.liiv iilitht at 7.1X1 n'ol jrspepsia. Excursion tickets for sale from all points over the Plant System and
the
Among tho novelties sowing room ille* Aid Hoolt'ty looota ovary >>edneii4awat
t ( P. R'y. For illustrated pamphlets, with testimonials, address screen is n dainty affair. It bus a good a:iki |t in. tvut)Imily wulciimu at our ohaialaaorvluca.
Hoard Ten Dollars per week. ANDREW JIANLEY PIANOS .
[ ,
frame and is well covcrod in denim
Gen'l Manager, Suwannee Springs, Fla. pine n v. A. I). PESXKY, Pastof\
of a brown huo. On the iiiNido uro a

variety of pockets, one, vised for buttons CATHOLIC CHURCH.Bervlaes .
CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS scissors and tho like, being
cotton,
WHITE MOUNTAINS, N. II.ew at 10 a. in. otory Sunday, rltiinreeCliumll
tho workhox of the scheme. Another billldliiR, North Tltiisvlllu. OlilUrn*

is n close pocket for the keeping of bits esteohlsin at 9 p. m.Hsv.. .1. r. o'IIovlb, Root**:.
Mount Pleasant House Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms.i& of silk, embroidery and tlio odds and

WHITE MOUNTAINS, N. H. cuds so necessary for good housekeep MI'MCIIMI.
ing. At different angles there are very
OPEN FOR ITS FOURTH SEASOV, July 2nd, 1OT8 Tlio emte with whloh it Is reached from Write for Catalogues.MANIER.
York, Its pure water, pure air and (treat elevation, make It peculiarly ilenlral>le an a summer Kinall bags made of some rich silk for TOWN COI'NCIL.'
nrt The famous driven of the White Mountains are all tributary to Mount rieiuiunt. The lior- holding special nrtiilos of embroider
i .ire carefully selected New KnRland stock,anil most of the vehicles were made expressly for A LANE MUSIO COMPANY, ; ; mavor, l B. Kinlth, ninr ft f{
B Mount Pleasant House, all of them possessing the requisites of perfect comfort and safety. ing. This excellent device is a perfect l>. II Prttelnird, la* collector, M. II.VanlHiiilnialiani. :-
< tennis courts anil bowling alleys are constructed upon the most approved methods. There la 21-Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, FU.GOIIVG arrangement for a sitting room, where clerk and mtKCKHor; Minor M. .loinm, .In...
It Walker, K. L. Ilrndt .1. M. I>l nn, W. K.
flue uolf course, a well-laid-out baseball diamond, an archery range and croquet ground.
mending, making and weekly sowing isdouo Knox,comicMiiicn. i he council imiola ccon land
ANDERSON & PRICE, managers (of Hotel Ormond, Fla.) for n largo family and a number fourth Momlaja In cm Ii month.IMIAItK .

of tMiufpuionts must be employed.
For tho clever home woman who is OP TKADK.

from tho big centers nnd has Mont a eierv second V cilncmljiy nltht| In es# e
HOTELS away month at s ihi o'rlwk In rooinn over iiotolllrou.liuliteM.H
Alltheyearrouiid.JACKSONVILLE. a knack for scrtienmaking, there are .lonon. prcBlncnt; Mm.M. Itruwsv.treaMiiKir .
?i'ORTII \* trifles which can ho made useful for .1 II. IlitKt, ..ocrctury.flll'NTV .

bay windows and corners in halls

TRAYEL YIA THE "TIFTON ROUTE." where a furnishing is needed. Then the OFKICKIIN,

screen is made in a frame picked out inartistio
curves. In the covering there 8(111 Hl, IIOARD.

Georgia Southern and Florida Railway.Suwanee cnu bo a pattern in silk and linen of .1. 8. RiiomiIoii, TltiiHvlllo; It. N. AnJra-H,
lotel Flacide Opened e small stripes, in which tiny blossoms Cocoa, H. K. (llltlm, Mcllioiirno. a 't

January, 1894In River Route. are tho dosiftn. This material is loosely COUNTS ICOMMIHHIONEK8.W. I'I '
gathered at top and bottom and tied onby
the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west ribbons of whatever tint. From the It. HharHt| Wmric| clnilruian; JnnefliMemlcl
ie block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout, The Georgia Southern A Florld.i Railway comprises part of the Tifton Route, I iiliraitmtj > H. Wulknr, litiiHtilloj.;
insido removable pockets suspended by Ino. Ilounton, Fun flnllin; J.N Waller. AnkonM.Iteirulnr
and Service, llus all trains. Terms and
Cuisine
supenoi meets $2.50 per day and Is the most direct route to all points Noith, East and West, and operates tlio buttons can Imi hung at all four corners.In >*lonaare linlil Unit Moniluy In *
>w.irds. Special rates by the week. JOHN S. BOWKN, Proprietor.k month.
finest rnllman HulTet sleepers; double dally, Jacksonville to Nashvlllo via Macon, these hugs of different sizes work of

Atlanta, and Chattanooga; traversing the famous fruit belt of Georgia, '.and tlio various kinds can bo placed. If more county ornriALH.

Historical IUttlo Fields of North Georgia and Tennessee. receptacles can Is, employed, then lit
Minor B. Joni'n, Tltimvlllo, .
New For further information schedules sleeping-car lescrvations etc. the top of the frame let there 1m> fastened L. (IiiiiIiIkii, TltimvlllH, proHi'cnllnu county: Ju.lire-attorneys
,
maps ,
Travelers' Hotel. some five or six brass hooks, on which A. A Htewiirt. Tltimvillii, clerk circuit court: .1.
write or call on find For K. MiHitmi, Coroii, tax nmiijerior, K W. Hall,
. Management. any number of bugs can room. Hlmrpiw, tu collector; .folin Henry, Tltnavllle,
HUGH H. RICHARDSON, Gen. Agt., summer work this pretty affair will be treasurer: ,1. II. Haiiia, Courtennv, enperlnteadnnt -
7 Hogan .St., Jacksonville.Wm. iiiihlln liiHtruciloii ; .1. it. r rlen, ritiievliro. '
FELIX GARCIA, Propiietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. CHECKLEY SHAW, O. A. MacDONALIJ, found to bo invnlnable, particularly of county aarveyor; J.p. Ilrnwn, Tltusvllle, uliertfl'. Ii
where there are u number guosts,
Vico-Presldcnt, Macon, Ga. Gen'l Passenger Agt.
busy every one.
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. Every liedroom nowadays shonld ha vn Malnrliin With Mitlarlon Talllola.Oiiarnntend .

THE BEST $J.0O PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. one screen either in glazed muslin or Cure for Chills. Fever nn l
How She Won Owr the Jnd ERROR. cretonne in tlowery pattern. In a blno Ague, or money refunded. COcents. All
Take car at the Union Depot and nsk the Conductor to stop at the Travelers.YERETT A NOMINAL i
A woman resident of Detroit relates room denim is peculiarly attractive. Tohidu Druggists.

an interesting tale of Kansas justice the Joke Wu a Joke, Though Ha railed a closet when there is no drapery "
years ago. It was after her wedding trip to He* It.Tlicy or doors aro not allowed to remain the Greater progress has been made fuoidnanee

that her husband was called to Kansas were sitting iu the park he tall screen tills a need, or where kitchen during tlio past 115 years tiiu
HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA.TITUSVIIIiK. .
on business and a real estate dealer, out and his wife. Suddenly tiie bund struck during tho preceding five centtiites..

of spite, had him arrested. The prisoner rip one of the recent popular marches
taken before a local justice of the both listened rapturously for u i
was They Malarlon la endorsed ly Itent .
choice for $l.f 0 $2 $3 $5 I'liyelolanw.nnd
Largest, best, and coolest; rooms summer, > weekly.iator peace. The incensed bride insisted upon few moments."What ll
to Cure Chills Fever ftirtlAirne.
baths, bell service, etc. CIIAULES A. OAKES. attending th
progress she so far forgot herself as to 'Tho Stars and Stripes, "answered Drug Co., t. Louis.Thecal 1 I IIi
deliberately level her opera glasses npon

the justice, who dashed nnder the table she."Ha, ha, ha I" snortod tho man.
Host roooids of cannon bolnjc
and shouted: grasping the end of the iron seat t<
that !" lit hii- lined on shipboard give the data of a bo at.IIHH.
"Depcrty, disarm woman keep from rolling on tho ground
isriDi.3sr ZEBi'xrzoiES zEazonrzEx.,, The officer secured the glasses and uierrimcut."Ho 9 9I

cautiously laid them before the magistrate he, he!" ho gasped, throwing 9I
who promptly fined the woman his bat in the air and stamping with Change of MleatiitHiat rlrliedulon.

TITUSVILLE $1,000 for contempt of conrt. With his feet "Say," ho cried, "that's the I

gracious dignity she asked the right to best joke of tho sensnn. It's lucky, he Steamer ht. Augiiatlne, of the I. It. Jell.

Indian defend herself, and, going np to the continued, tho teurs Tunning down hi* It. I. N. Co., lonvesTltiisvlllo Morrrfjjwami

River.Fla. bench, she explained that the glasses chueks, "that none of our friends were Wcdnesilays at olA p. m., arriving at.St. .
were not harmful, and had the justice here to hear that. "
HIver and .
f.iicie Tuesdays Thursday*
look through them, und after a few Then ho straightened his face."Say .
leave St. Lucie Hire Tuatd.tys
pretty words of apology she presented by the way, ho slyly adder! IjIIAWIM, Id iiM HI UKKN WITH I'OKT FOLIO. Ileturnlng, *

them to him. He hit the table a mighty "if that's the 'Stars and Strifes' see t and dining room are to lie cut off the and Kildays. ariivlng at TrtnsTiT7VWedncKil.iys <

to court and fined the who wrote It. shonld be nnd Sntuidays; connecting
Open All The Year. blow reconvene you can tell screen for tills purpose asartietlu
prosecuting witness 2.1 "fur insnltin avisitin This sally set him writhing on tin as possible. Of course in the Imth north amr-Hotith with J., T.
lady and gent in contrariety tor bench again and Shipping his knee treatment of screens there is it wonderful tealn at Tltuavllle.

law and eterket. New York Tribnne. with delight array in the way of silks and satins. Freight for Indian River and Lakes

Only a few minutes' His wife waited patiently until hirisibilities There are elegant affairs fit for drawing Worth should leave Jacksonville Saturdays

walk from Railway stations were better controlled, am1 rooms and Well adapted to comers and ami Mondays to prevent delay.
and Steamboat land Ilimrxad of It. then replied simply, "Why, I bellcvt fireplaces.
Alice Do you know that your papa bandmaster Sonna wrote it "
ings.On the banks of the once proposed to my mamma and was He stopped He stopped between twi Country IIoomi l>eeoratlon.A Mont neiiutlfiil 1'luctt on Indian

far-famed Indian River. refused? violent convulsions of laughter with good and at the same time inexpeusive Itlver, for Hul<>, at n flreatIlargulu.
Goorgie Yes. I've heard him bragging something like the expression which ison mode of treating woodwork ina

about it a hundred times. Richmond a man's faco when he hears that it's country house is in transparent wood .

WEST PALM IIHACir.ieminole Times. twins."Sonsa. stains, which can be had in any color.
Honsa, ho repeated in ii These stains of pink or green or blue The famous Tin key Creek Grovo, imtvslsting -
Rgsnl A boat It."If dazed "Yes ah tobosnro. Yes allow the grain of the wood to show, of 14 acres of ornnge grove anal
way. -10 acres of land fronting on Indian River
Hotel you found a large sum of money, she's right and are less expensive than paint, since and Tuikev Creek, with steamboat laarfIng -
wonld you give it back to the owner?" "Well, dear, whore's the joke?" asked one coat of stain with a finish of varnish nnd Tillman poatofHce and railrvM<7

"To be honest, no I" FhegcodeBlatter. his wife with a surcastio pretense at is all that is needed, while of paint station on the F. E. C. K'y. On tho

ALL THE TEAR. being stupid four coats are required. If later a place, lying on the west side of Indlar*
OPEN ''Oh, there Is no joke, my dear, he change i* desired, it is an easy matter Itlver, throe miles south of Melbourne,
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. Coder IXOIenltlca.Tooll answered, straightening his tie and to paint over, the stain. Pine wood or two miles from Atlantlo ocean beach. 'JillVrl

This hotel is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to In the And percent hint on of th the bleachers son. picking np bis cane, "I I merely oak so treated gives an effect of lightness About KM) good bearing will orange abonrI00O trees,,
balance in trees yield
railway depot Free 'buss to and from trains. Boat* attached to the hotel.j Firm and furemoet nionsxt the aoTeeeher* thought you were talking about the and beauty that is very attractive, boxes young this Can be made* M
j h fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from *A00 per day and Who are bupmic fur run.t 'Star Spangled Banner' when you said according to The Art Interchange. la to 'IHO boxes year.a In two *.
week month. 111 h boiler*for loo hum*Uun, undismayed. house the walls of the yield' year years
'.mid, ipecial rates t>y the or 'Stars and Stripes. There's uo joke one country
Servant's house and good packing liotis t
due, though long
that
GEORGE ZArr, Proprietor. or h delayed.He'e .boat It" rooms were hung with and rooms above. Good fishing, ri/i W,.
relentleaa as a Hero But she thought differently. Cleveland shades of pink and yellow to deer and duck hunting up Turkey ('reek?
MIAMI.otel When oar score la down to sero Plain Dealer match the stained woodwork. The curtains fine harbor for boats; lovely river front,, I II
And tba marcurat ninety In tba ahado.He I '-1 I Ik
were of the same material tied with beautiful forest trees. IhmmoeU .

never mlnda tba weather Lack with ribbons, and produced a simple lands for sale cheap. Apply toI Is
Whan bt* doty bid* him so Hanaae Cream. effect that was greatly liked. For ). L. GAi'l.nci*,.

[ Miami MIAMI, FLORIDA. Where To deride the rootcra the bated set foe.together Peel and mash lightly six bananas, hangings, however, or for upholstery Atty. for ownersTltusvtlle-Fla.

Trout admiration ootfht to bo displayed add six tablespoons of granulated sugar, there is nothing mora serviceable than ,
For tMa loyalty whJcieo nt can make afraid. the jtrtoe of a lemon and just before denim. The bin* is very cool and rest*
The largest all-the-year-round hotel fa the city. Eight hundred feet For it'a hard to be a hero serving add a half pint of sweet cream ful on a> hot day. The divans and pillow
la down to mto
broad veraudas. Rates, 11.00 per day and op ward.MRS. And When the merewy'e oar aoore at ninety la the aaado.Washington or rten milk. Stir til together and servsin should bo embroidered with white
Mtav. dessert dishes with cake. to lighten the effect.
JULIA D. TUTTLE, Owner.



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1NDIA1S EIVER ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 2. 1898.



fairs, and Senor Gamazo, Minister of enough to step into them. Miss Jeffordsis TRUE DEMOCRATS.Tfie L "WC ZESIE OZLI
Public instruction and Publlo Works, an expert in handling a gun, and as a
huntress is wondeifully successful she Successor to Lovett&Carroll.)
; (
seemed near
1898.EEPGROSBYI have ailived at an agreement as to how Dnm'rjratlo party, when war
Antilles evacuation commisKiniiei'B keeps the table of her people supplied at hand,

in iimiIi-iI instinct to-day.,the and the Instructions were dally and Lizzie with,game are equally, while her as successful sisters, Mary infishing. Patriotic Advised land speeches a speedy conflict were made with throughout the foe; the GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES, of AH

Lieutenant General Correa, Minister of The latter caught a 10-pound By Democrats who volunteered to go- Crockery, Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Your pation i_
In small cast net the other day
trout a
\\ ,11, to-day informed the Queen Regent Is written and the tale of war is
When history FLOli
rLflT. of skill which being
ttSQNVm-Lo ot tlie ai rival of the transport Isl.i de from the bow a was told, U > \
1.11/011 at Vico and the Montserrat at poled by Manager Bast, of the Courtenay And the heroes brave are counted name for
Hunt Club. name,
(1111 una, with troops returning from Aatmvnv Iriemls of silver as advocates of goldYou'lf
S. WOOD. ( uba. Forty-two deaths occurred on find have earned the shoulder straps IBXD"
their of fame. I.
the steamers during passage..Santiago RESOLUTIONS OF CONDO "

Aug. 20. A wliolo battalion From the brave anil fearless Dewey and the Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple & Fancy Grounes
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, ot the *if tli itcgnlars, brought by the LENCE. gallant Winhuid Schlpy, Groceries, Grain. Hay, N
rankB
.1 in I Cents' Furnish- Knickcibocker fiom Tampa, has been Surrounding To the humblest Santiago private or In nichtlng Manila in bay.the And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton s, ,
NOTIONS placed in the hospital vacated by the Eau Gallie, Fla., Aug. 28, 1808. Democrats wore foremost with the Yanks.No Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River de.ihn_
ings. Spaniards, yellow fever having appeared the above line of goods. We invite your coirespondence and sulu u x
school of this
The Union Sunday place them of the glories
Knlckeibocker has can deprive
401 and lOii Wont llnv Stroot, among them. Tho small met and the following resolutions, were partisan they have won: Very truly, E. L. BRADY KSO.NV1LLE FLA. She touched at a .
JA( been quarantined. On their military record we'll stand pat.As
Cuban port on her way from the United passed: sure as the eastern horixon welcomes the
States, and was not inspected at Tampa. Whereas, the solemn and unpenetrable morn I ok snn,
JOSEPH ZAPF.... Five cases of the fever have developed. mystery of death has removed from us Our next president will be a Democrat.

London, Aug. 20. A dispatch from our aged and honored fiiend and brother, Bivouacking In Cub*and tho far off Philippines Losley <& MotloTOV
WUor.K9AI.IC IlKAI.KKAnheuserBusch Manila to ti news agency, dated August Rev. II. M. Piince. Beneath the starry flag of Uncle Sam,
23, via Hong Kong to-day, says: Whereas, it is appropriate that some Two armies wrapt In slumber are dreaming
Brewing Ass'nFamous "Thefiiction between the Americans outward manifestation of our respect and Sheltered peaceful by dreams.the mango and the palm. (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)

and natives letjuires exceptional ability sorrow be made. Now, therefore, be it
St. LoiiIh Luge.- Boor. to avoid the total alienation of the two.I resolved that the Union Sunday school When the enemy surrenders,which It soon will Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Whlsfe

Sold by Losley & Motlow, Tituiiville.WI10I.E8AI.K find that several high American officials of Eau Gallle, Fla., In publlo meeting Within have our to do hearts, we'll have some grassy Bottled Beers Ales and Stout. JA
of mediocre education are utterly unacquainted assembled, do hereby acknowledge and ,
I.IOUOH DKAI.KH, with oriental ideas, and unable express a sense of deep sorrow at the welcome home the gallant boys who bravely Line of Cigars. *** Billiard and Pool
the blue First-class Table
West B.iy St., Jacksonville, and to undei8tand the pilmitive races. death of our brother, II. M. Piince, yet And wore camp them there as Silver Democrats.n ;
San foul, Fla. Most of the Americans are deficient in bo it resolved that we feel confident that B. Huonrs.In Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention 1 v.. n m .
patience and numerous tiifling misunderstandings our loss Is his eternal gain. And I heard ( Sunday Cull.) nrdors. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, 1 :t n-Mile f,
intensify the fiiction. I believe a voice from heaven, saying unto me:
HENRY R.THOMASNJ that the Americans intend to bo "Blessed are the dead which die in the
harsh."The. Lord from henceforth." Be it further "
CO.
....LA VILLA PHARMACY, American censor absolutely prohibits Resolved, that the Union Sunday The "Advocate. 3LJFL.. 33E3C33E5L3E33FI. c3
the sending of a single word about school tender to the bereaved widow and ] ::: Will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply oft
Keeps all Kinds of tho Cavite incident of yestoiday, and hellireateus relatives our sincere condolence in their The Indian River Advocate Is on

Articles. to expel any correspondent sad alHiction.Wheieas sale at the following news-stands, at five AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
Pure Drugs, Fancy and Toilet who mentions it. A deputation fiom be it resolved that these resolutions cents per copy : CYPRESS

suit. the piess will go to General Merritt to be printed in the Indian Rivkii Tltusvllle Fred S. Chaffee.
Prices to protest against his action."Tho Advocate, Tltusvllle, Fla., and a copy J. B. Screven. DRESSED AND ROUGH.
801 Adams St., cor. Madison, affair began In a drunken American of the same be forwarded to his widow, Also Mouldings and Turned Work, Bilck, Lime, Cement, Crates ofT

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.CEO. shooting, and native sentites tried Mrs. E. E. Prince, Eau Gallie, Fla. t usvillo, IPlox'icia
to arrest him. In consequenco of the Union Sunday Scool,

W. DAVISON & CO.. melee, four natives and one American Eau Gallie, Fla.Miis. .
were killed, and it is now generally niisluportcd W. II. Adams, Supt.Mil. ROBBINS & GRAHAM

Fruit Sl Produce Commission Merchants.Flortd.t of hostilities."General as being.a deliboiute inauguration Cmhe Bailey, Sect. I3 "STT23-A-3 TODB-

Pioducts; Oranges, IINEAITLKS Merritt returned their arms
; Watermelons, Tomatoes and to the company of natives who fired upon nave paid your subscription to ..Xj a-wryors. I represent the Old Hartford, Liverpool and London and ( !< 1>e Vet

other vegetables a specialty.337iOi311il'J the Americans, presumably inadvertently. the Advocate you ? If not, please do so.BQy" Providence & Washington, Fireman's Fund, and Sun Mutual

: ) : Poydras Street, J2* Lowest rates guaranteed. Write for rates, etc, toC.
"The natives assert that Aguinaldo IN STATE AND
WILL PRACTICE
S. SCHUYLER, VgentTitusulli'
LA.liefer .
ORLEANS
NEW ,
forced General Merritt to liberate them Reading notice ads. on this page

to local .iznntH of all Express Con., local and return their weapons."The re five cents per line per week.Master's UNITED STATES COURTS. FaWE
freight agent of thu Louisville Nashville R'y, Americans condemn General
fc
same correspondent cables that Sale. ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished
James Pritchard, President; W. M. Brown, Vice-President:)
the
Established 181)0.T. ) the Americans are partly patrolling
town." for Lands in Brevard and Dade C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.

F. PARK & CO. Washington, Aug. 21). The following ITCanaveral. and and by sale virtue issuing of out a decree of the of Circuit foreclosure
have been ordered mustered out: ,
tioops Court in und for Hrevurd county, Florida Counties.We RIVER STATE BAM
Ninth Massachusetts, fiom Mlddletown, wherein Aaron A.DeGrauw is complainant and INDIAN
Pa., to South Farmlngham, where they J. T. Snull and others are defendants. I will sell
Commission Merchants. at publlo auction, in front of the court house
will be mustered out; Seventh Illinois, Florida, during

door at Tltusvllle,lirevard county of Florida.
under the Laws of the State )
from Mlddletown to Springfield; First the legal hours of sale,on the have a large List (Incorporated
Illinois, Lexington, Ky., to Springfield; Till HI) DAY or OCTOHKR, 1808, Authorized capital, $100,00.
Receivers of Florida Fruits Sixty-iiftli New York, tiom Camp Algerto being the first Monday In October, 18IW, to the of Lands owned by Paid up capital, $25,00
Buffalo Fifth Ohio Infantry, from highest and best bidder for casb, the following
; described real estate situate in lirevard county, $))50OC:
Average deposits,
Fernandina Fla. to Columbus, O. First
;
and Vegetables. Florida,to wit: and clients.
Wisconsin, from Jacksonville to Camp liegln on the west shore of Indian River 13 ourselves
Wis. Third United States chains south or the north boundary line or section General Bankic.
Douglass,
; Transacts
and FloiJda south 37 east a
27 range ;
Avetownship
Pineapples
Oranges, at Chickamauga (6) for unimproved
Volunteer Cavalry (Giigsby's), thonce go west parallel to said line.XI chains to Price
Fruits n Specialty.Kkfkiik.vces ; Fouith Texas, at Austin, Tex. the west line ot the northeast quarter of the Business
Havana, Aug. 20, 8 p. in. The bay ot northwest quarter of said section(5)live; thence lands $3 to $100 ,
: Citizens' Exchange south along said west line 7 13-100 chains to the
Bank, Klclimond, Va.; Irving National Havana again piesunts an unusually bustle.On active southwest corner or said quarter; thence east and Oldest Bank on the Mi!
aspect. It is full of life and along the south line of said northeast quarter of acre. Largest
Hank, Now York. its ilppling waters ride at anchor the northwest quarter 20 chains to the west line per
< untne*
of lot 1 of saiil section 6, thance sourh along the Exchange sold on all Foreign
Stencils and any information desired numerous vessels with cargoes and rations west line of said lot U> one (18 BO-loo) eighteen
furnished ou application. from the United States. 50-100 chains to Horse Creek; til luce northerly DIRECTORS
Yesterday morning the first of the along said creek to the con{unction thereof with have a few Residence, Orange tTMldMof
the ,'W B RAIISt IT
37 iUy Stieet, American soldiers landed from the Comal Indian River, thence northwesterly along jAS.PRITOHARr. iimlli '
shore or Indian River to the point of beginning, Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable the National Hank ot.lack*
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.P.mcy and took breakfast ashore. Their appearance aonUiinlng il nn-liio aires, more or less; being Dokkeb (Vice-President .NatMiil ll n -
in Hook P, 172, of und W. M B11. >
excited universal curiosity, the same land described page locations. Prices Reasonable. Jacksonville)
them from the the Kecurds of lirevard county, anil all riparian r-
largo crowds following Creek.GEO. CORRESPONDS
River and Horse
Indian
on rk it
rights \
wharf and commending their quiet and Seaboard National Hank ofe
llncai>i lo Slips V; Suckers gentlemanly conduct. The attitude of M.Special BOBBINS Master., National Bank of Jacksonville a

for Sale.Abbakas the people here of all classes towaid the scp2-oct30 Offices TITUSVILLE
MIAMI.
and
American soldiers and correspondents

Egyptian Queon, Oolden and toward Americans generally is one Write Quick....
Queen, Porto Kico, Smooth Cayenne and of oouitesy and politeness. .
ttod Spanish. Apply toMai ESTABLISHED 1875.DUREN"

>i>ock Mattiiams, FOR FREE SCHOLARSHIP. Meat Market

"Palm West Beach Palm Pinery Beach,,"Fla.Ilncui RAILROAD FARE PAID. East Coast Win. A. BOURS & CO....


Positions Guaranteed. Agent GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS
The postmaster at Canaveral, Captain ,
>i>lo Sill** ami Sut-kcrs Is our people all the Year to both Sexes.GA.ALA. .
Wilson, popular among ; Open 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We
For Sale, he is careful, painstaking and courteous. BUSINESS COLLEGF, A stock "f H"
reliable Seeds. complete
handle only the best and most
Of the following vailetles, Smooth Commodore Welsh and Capt. Reed are lliw'on, Ga.ALICX Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both brisht
Envll Cities Abbakas and expected shortly to arrive from Boston, dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
Cayenne, from, plants to occupy their respective homes here Star Brand Fertilizers Guaranteed Analysis,Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer,"",92'i
Ued Spanish, grown young call for the winter.If NEAR. ERNEST TAYLOR. E=3Titusville. Bone,Nitrate Soda, Muriate of Potash, Sulphate Potash, Kalnlt, etc These fertiliiun
ices .
nd without cover. For pi onor superior in the market,and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue free.HM
address C. A. RonlNSON, the community knew the magnificence
Eden, Indian Uivcr, Fla. of the beach at Canaveral Bight NEAR & TAYLOR,

fof surf bathing. It would become the P 3
(Successors to John McAllister.)
nSpin* ultra summer and winter resort
For Sale, of the East Coast of Florida.Capt. Artesian Well Contractors The Glass that Cheers
drink to o
Choice orange lands live and ten acre J. T. Hood, formerly engineer But not inebriates, unless you Mums

lots at the beautiful town of Daytona, of the steamer Canaveral, writes to EAU GALLIE. FLA. Floritla.Attention. cess, is our fine extra dry wine it i wwcelled.
on the East Coast. Easy terms. Also friends on tho peninsula that he will occupy Champagne. As a dinner buiha
homes In Floiida. Investments made his home heio with his wife and For those who like more Hnrgundi<-
in few weeks. still wine for dinner, out
a
loaned Jacksonville daughter,
and money on pro AH'' Bare
Clarets Rhine Wines, also oui
perty. COUHrl.ANN IlUCKMAX, Miss Mary Shetller, of Artesla; Mrs.E. not,to be competed with.
22, Ilogan stieet, J. Burns and her blight daughter,
.. >
Jacksonville, Fla. Miss Edith; Miss Lizzie Jeffords; also JOHN CLARK SON H

Mr. John Eberwetn, weie callers at the Commission Merchants and ''le leIV

MacKenzie "Brlghtsido" home dining WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KIXDS OF Groceries, Grain, Coal, Wine- l onJACKSONVII
END OF THE WAR. Mr. Bast's visit there.It t.E, FI \

is reported that the club steamer
The New Yoik Herald has a dispatch Canaveial will not go Into charter this EST* Consignments of ootinm 1

from Washington which says tho following coming season, to run betweon Tltusvllle Paints Hardware. Tin solicited.rvi4ftTia .
infantry leginients arp to be mustered and the club house, but is now "onsale. | StM > ?*

out: ." It is also 111 mored that a change ,
Third Alabama (colored). Third Connecticut in the mauagement of tho club will be

First Delaware, First Florida, made.Col..
Tackle
Third Georgia, Fourth, Seventh and ware Ammunition Fishing Agricultural
Ninth Illinois, One Hundred and FlftyHeventh Hogan, thu postmaster at Artesla, and Rugs.
One Hundred and Sixtieth and had a bear visit his plantation a short Carpets. Mattings ..

One Ilnndicd and Sixty-llrst Indiana, A time ago, and before his piesence became Implements Lamps, Crockery, Glassware, Stoves,
,
and II First Indiana (colored), Fiftieth known to the colonel, his bruin-
Iowa, Twenty-second ship had robbed and devoiued the luscious Call and examine ouJAS. fine stock.CKL .
and Fifty-second Barbed Wire, etc. )o( LOWEST PRICES.
Kansas, Third and Fourth Kentucky, contents of half a dozen bco-hives, THE LARGEST STOCK AT
Fifth and making good his escape after his "honeyfeast.
First Maine, Fifth Maryland,
Eighth Massachusetts, Thirty-second ." P11ITCIIA11D & SON, Fall Patterns are now being received.

and Thirty-fifth Michigan, Fourteenth Mrs. E. J. Burns, son Bobbie, and
and Fifteenth Minnesota, Third Mississippi daughters Isabel and Edith, returned to
Fourth and Fifth Missouri, Second their home, after a week's sojourn as Awnings and Linoleums, a Specialty.H. .

Nebraska, Nevada Battalion, Third and the guests of Dr. G. W. Holmes, at Faus
Fourth New Jersey, Twenty-second, tina, on tho Indian River. They report E. CLARK,
Forty seventh, Two I In ml red and First, having had a very enjoyable visit. On St.Jacksonville.
and Second and Two 38 West Bay
Two Hundred their return they were accompanied byMr.
Hundred and Third New York, Third J. G. Bast, who spent a week here, f
North Carolina (colorod), Seventh and surf bathing and fishing, .the guest ofMr.
Tenth Ohio, Second, Thirteenth, Fourteenth and Mrs. (J. W. MacKenzie. The
Fifteenth and Eighteenth Ponnsylvania latter named lady has been quite 111 for
First Rhode Island, Second tho last few weeks, but Is now Improving. -w-ajiNr
South Carolina, Third and Fourth Tennessee "Briglitside," the name of the

Third and Fourth Texas, First MacKeuzie homestead, is very appropriate JACKSONVILLE BRICK CO. Hides Furs Wool Skins Tallow Bees-Wax, Etc
Alligator
First Washington

Sixth
Vermont, Virginia, as the genial occupants of the ,
and Washington Battalion, Second romantic home have the happy faculty
West Virginia, Fourth Wisconsin, Arizona of making their visitors look upon the BY THE
New Mexico, Oklahoma and Indian "bright side" of life. 20 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. SKIN CO
Territory Regiments. SOUTHERN HIDE &

Birmingham men of the, Ala.Sixty-ninth, Aug. 28.New Two York enlisted depredations Catamounts on have the been peninsula committing within Write ns for prices and save your money. We make Skins in the Stat
of
Volunteers were InBtantly killed, one the last two weeks, that have left most Largest Handlers

fatally Injured, and six seriously, In awtwk of the settlers minus In their poultry the hardest least absorbent and best brick made in Florida. REFERENCE: National Bank State of Florida.
which occurred on the Louisville count. One of the varmints was caught t,
Jeffords and Office Rob Building. Hide Warehouse 440 to 443, Jackson
A Nashville near here to-night. In a trap by Miss Hattie ,
Madrid, Aug. 28, 0 p. m. Duke Almodovar she has enough traps now set to exterminate Can supply up to a million on short notice. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
them all If will be obliging
de Rio, Minister of Foreign Af they



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