Title: Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00192
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Title: Indian River advocate
Uniform Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville,Fla. ; Indian River City
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Publication Date: July 15, 1898
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River (Fla. : Lagoon)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079909
Volume ID: VID00192
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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2 TITTJS ILLIE, FLA., FEIDAY, JULY 15 1S9S. Irice, 5c*


Bags, Dry Goods, Xotions, Millinery. at Scroveu's Drug Store,

Prices way down atGardner Titusville. The steamer St. Sebastian, In command Latest reports say General Toral has WittcRK to stop. See list of hotels on
And Topic* of General Interest.godsty & Walker's. of Capt. J. II. Smith, left Titus surrendered the city of Santiago to our 7th page.'
Everything want in the furniture ville last Saturday evening for Key
General Shsfter, subject to the last terms
The Advocatk Is flio at all
line other lines. Glad show West. She loaded with the third now on
to was
; some
General Oosslp In connection Engineer T. Browher is offered by our government.
and Worth Indian recovering 'em. Furniture Store.Mr. and last of the heavy mortar carriages tho bust hotels in Xow York city.Whero .
May, Lake from his illness.Rev. .
with Blsoayne Halifax River*. Key Went and attachments for the Island City do you Intend going this summer -

B.nanft other and Important Point* along:the L. D. Howard, of ebnstlan, T. II. Sanders, of Courtenay//* batteries. REGISTRATION REVISION.Kditor ? Read summer lesoit advts, on 7thpage.
ml H will hold divine service at Indianola,
of Florida. Brief mention of on was in town yesterday, .
Interesting Bunt ; Kvents from' Various Part* Sunday next.Mrs. Attorney C. T. McCartv, of Ankona, Titusville iloanl of Trails. Indian Kiver Atlvarate : lintel Coqulna, **wniond. Is'recoiling

of the World t About People You Know Wm. M. Brown and two childicn was a passenger on yesterday's train to Xot having taken any pait In tho controversy much piaise trmu those who have stopped

nil Peopta Yon Don't Know Picked returned to tow u yesterday from Jacksonville, for a brief business visit, The regular monthly meeting of the now going ou lulatlve to tholato tlioio of late. Spuria! summer tutc*
by Our Society Editor and a large af flit their Miami visit.Mr. above Board took place on Wednesday so-called revision of the legist i at Ion aie now on, Wilto for tonus.
up Correspondent* scattered along the Mrs. E. L. Brady, after a stay of evening at their rooms over the postoflice list In No. I> I had dotviinlued
Henry T. Titus, who has been some days at Miami, returned home toTitusville product Centrally and most conveniently located
Emit Coa t of Florida. quite sick for some time past, is much on Tuesday much pleased when Mr. It. C. Scilmgeour was not to do so;, but the letter of Mr, John the well known Hotel Miami, of Miami

better, and was out again yesterday for with her BUcayne Bay ,visit voted to tho chair, in the abseriuo of the X. Waller, In your last Issue, addiessedto under the new and able management
ADVOCATE, a while. chairman Judgo M. S. Jones. The tho people of the county. Is so misleading of Mis. Julia D. Tuttlo, has been
THE Dr. M. D. L. Dodson has returned minutes of tho last regular and special as to the law and facts of the newly renovated and decorated. The

$1.50 per annum, in advance. Attorney Geo. M. Bobbins left here, to town from Klsslmmee. The doctor meetings were road by Secretary J. G.Bast case, and so utterly at varlanco with the accomodation* aio unsurpassed, both asto
11.00 six months, ' Tuesday, for Miami and Key West, to will settle down after a whtlo. We understand and approved by tho members election law of 181j that Its errors furnishings and cuisine, as Is attested

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. attend to law business connected with he will try Miami again.Mr. present. Some matiers of Interest were should be exposed.I by nil who have ever stopped at this hostelry

the F. E. C. Ry.Governor Geo. Hall came from discussed, and reports of committees am of tho opinion that If Mr, Waller and the fact that It Is enloying a
up presented. Mr. R. C. Scilmgeour was had searched the law with the same diligence
Have you paid your subscription to W. D. Bloxham has made Sharpes yesterday morning with asmart- larger patronage than ever. Hotel Miami
the Advocate ? If not, pletse do so.Dr. the following civil appointment: Leonard looking turnout and team of horses.He elected vice-president, nV Mayor J. W. that he seems to have searohed the Is open all tho year around. See

writes us that D. Howard, of Sebastian, to be notary returned home same afternoon.Mrs. Lund, deceased. dictionary to find a big word conclusions., he would card on Itli pnge, rjit
F. H. for the State at largo.Vicepresident have arrived at different
be expects to be in Titusville the 1st ofAugust. public Wm. M. Teahen and Miss Nlta, Firth ting tha riah Law. There Is, in the beginning of his letter, Mr. C. it. Morrill, manager of the

J. R. Parrott, Trafflo of St. Augustine, are visiting Mr. and what Is doubtless an unintentional error, Crawford House, In connection with

fail to read our inside pages, Manager J. P. Beck with and Supt. R.T Mrs. R. F, Jones, at Cocoa, having arrived Judge J. F. Welborne, of Sanford, which Is also misleading. He complains Messrs, Andorson A Price, managers of
Never will always find something to interest Golf passed through here, Tuesday, at the latter place on Monday.Mr. counsel for the fishermen who wero placed of being criticized for leaving "out tho the Mount Pleasant House, In tho White
you and of W. W, Beecher and otlieis ontho Mountains of Xew Hampshire, has built
en route to probably Key on trial at Orlando on Tuesday, for names
and of
Mrs W.
Hoytand son, between these two
you. registration list of Fort Ploroo pre a fine bicycle path
West. unlawfully fishing with a soine In a freshwater
Mail Agent II. B. Ransom, wife and Atlanta, spent a short time at the Indian liver moved to quash tho Information cinct." The trouble and tho wrong Is fine summer hotels, whluh nreabout four
formerly of Titusville, have left Mrs. A. D. Tenney and little girl River hotel, Titusville, this week. They ,the that the law Is that those names were not left out. but miles apart. This picturesque bicycle
baby, ground
left here for Cocoa on Monday, to be were prospecting for a place to settle on upon the and tho
residing In all path crosses Ammoyoosuo
Jacksonville, and are now unconstitutional, and that It was not left on, notwithstanding they aio nonresidents
Inpalatka. away about a month. Miss R. Smith Indian River, passed by the Legislature In the manner of the precinct, ami have been railway by an elevatod ttack, ami continues

of FortPierce's accompanied them, to spend a few days The Jacksonville office of the Indian prescribed by the constitution. In support for a long time past.I along the Ammouoosuo Lake and
W. J. Tucker, one at the same place.Rev. Into the woods lying between the New
residents River and Lake Worth Pineapple Grow* of the claim ho produced the Journals quote Mr. Waller! "Anvbody who
was a
prominent ofSt. era' Association in Jacksonville has closed knows anything, knows tlrat tho name ofa Mount Pleasant Houso and Craw foul
caller at this office last Saturday and Mrs. J, X. McGonigle, of the two branches of the Legislature
pleasant Augustine, were passengers on Tuesday's and the Cocoa -office will be opened for the last session. It would seem voter who still resides In the county House. Our numerous northern readeis
afternoon.Mr. Bouthbound train, n their way to to-day (Filday). that the bill originated in the House and cannot lawfully bo stilckon from the should make a nolo of this.

O. R. Fitzer, one of Jackson Miami, wheie they expected to spend Major John W. Snckott, of St. Augustine passed that body. In tho Senate It was list. He may be tinnsfeirod to the district One of the AovocArtc'a Xow York

ville's hustling commercial travelers, isla about a fortnight.Mr. but formerly a well known resident amended and passed, afterwards being to which" he goes, but only at his roriespondents writes as follows: MessrsJalmes

town this morning, representing Courtland Buckman, one ofJacksonville's of Banana Kiver, left Tampa with accepted by the House in Its amended own request. A Mover, proprietor* of the popular
Vedemann & Co.Mr. for Cuba last form. Later on the two bills were confused Let us see how that statement agrees and home-like llrnvoort House,
reliable real estate the of Engineers, ,
most Corps
43JS section 18
with'the law. Chapter ,
the committee enrolled bills. situated Fifth and
by on centrally on avenue,
Ilenry J< Egsrer, who has been dealers, is advertising some tine property Sunday. Success to you, John.We of these the (lover roads as follows! "In case of tho removal and elevated
fof several One was signed by noar tho stage coaches, oais
busily engaged at Miami for sale at Day tuna and elsewheie inFlorida. with thanks from of an elector from one dlstilct to
the acknowledge, nor; the other was certified to the Secretary railroad, nrn going Into another hotel
weeks past, returned to town beginlnjjof Read ad. on 6th pnge.Mr. another dlstilct In the same county,
of the "War
Senator S. Pasco, receipt of State and placed upon the statute venture. These well-known hotel men
the week to remain indefinitely. Bailey Bobbins, of the F. E. C.Rv. Revenue Law of 1808, with Index," and books. It would seem that the validity such elector shall notify the supervisor whoso management of tho llrevoort

Judge Robt. W. Davis, after a busy leaves here to-day for Palatka, to "Report of the Committee on Foreign of the statute Is somewhat in question. of reglsiintlun of such change of residence House Is so highly spoken of aio having

session at Washington, has returned to take, with the G. S. & F. Ry. Relations, relative to affairs in Cuba." and shall surrender his certificate inew hotel built for them at High
his home at Palatka, where he has been Ills place a will be taken by Mr. James Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold of legislation to such supervisor, who Mountain Park, near 1'ateison, X. J.,

this heartily week.greeted by his numerous friends Harper, who arrived from Jacksonville Divine service at Eau Gallie on Sunday Hurtling; of a Clyde Steam r. shall leglstratlon at once books enter,the ami fact shall in give the,proper with, which will hotels be one of In the Xew luigoat Jersey.nlltheyenrround Xo-

at 10l: (> a. ni. and 7:30 The
yesterday.We next p.m.
and will be The Ilranogat, X. J., life-saving station out feo or cliaige, a oertltlcate of transfer doubt thuy will make their now hotel as
: IlenryM. service sermon a
The Pittsburg Dispatch evening with
says accordance
of In
acknowledge receipt a copy of leglstratlon
reported at 8 o'clock last Saturday their Xew Voik house.Ou .
Flagler's oiler of a site and *.>,0O0 for of the "Debate on lesolution to investigate thanksgiving, in accordance wltli, our that the Line steamer such change of residence." And again i i"In
a Ked Cross hospital at Miami, Flu., is, the payment of money appropriated President's proclamation for our late morning Delaware, .from Xew Clyde Yoik to Chaileston case of the failure or refusal \>f any the 2nd Instant tho Xew Mount
at least a pleasant contrast to the action victories.Do of his Pleasnnt House, White Mountains, X.It. .
by bill for relief of the book agents of and Jacksonville, was abandoned oft elector to notify the supervisor removal
of the JekylClub.Mr. the Methodist Episcopal church, South," not forgot that a Democratic Barnegat at 10:30: o'clock the previous of his residence, as In this section ., opened for business under the able

C. C.Kernodle,one of the Union from Senator I'asco.Mr. Primary will be held for precinct Xo. 2, night, tho steamer at the time being ontire. provided for, It shall bo. tho duty of such management of Mossis. Andeison ife .

Passenger Depot staff, Atlanta, who has Oast former well known at tho court house, Titusville, to-morrow Tho passengers and crew left the supervisor, upon the fact of such removal Price, who liavo with them this year astalf
J. W. a of the Room
been here on a visit to Mr. Will Ballard, resident of Indian River, (Saturday), betweon the hours of 2:30: burning vessel In boats ami ou llfo-raft*. being brought to his knowledge, composed
the affable purser of the steamer St. and popular subInspector and 5 o'clock p. m. The object of the There were seventy persons In all, and to erase the name of such person from cleik, I,. It, Bingham; oashler, It, L. K.
has been appointed government the registration books, and to note thero.In Smith; front clerk, A. Howard; steward,
Augustine, has returned home.Prof. hulls and boilers, for the 3rd meeting is to elect 11 delegates to attend they were rescued by the members of the
of Bruck
Ked fern chef William
such erasure"And ;
the Democratic County Convention, Cedar Creek life-saving station, with the the cause and date of Ralph |
Wfn. Sharp, after spending a District, which includes Charleston, "Xo eleotor who having head waiter, Harry Powers; housekeeper
which will bo held at Fort Pierce on the aid of the crew of the llshing smack S.P. again: ,
week or so in town with Mr. Archie Barrelle Savannah and Jacksonville.Mr. 21st of September of this year. Miller. boon previously registered, shall have Miss Klva T. liianohuidl head pastry 1f 1/

returned to New Smyrna on Mon and Mrs. W. L. Henly, a full The Delaware was formerly n freighter, removed from one district to another In cook, Joseph Rlngler; telegraph opera* 1
the weather, he Writing us, yesterday, a prominent allowed and assistant poslmlstross, Mis*
day. Owing to showery account of whoso marriage appeared in but when tho Government sooured the same county, shall be to tor
said he failed to make the sketches he last issue, returned to town Saturday lady resident of Melbourne says: "I of, the Clyde Lino's register, nor shall he bo allowed to vote Josle Gallagher; head hallman, Thomn*

Intended to. our last from their honeymoon trip to spent Monday visiting the soldiers' camp ships some the Delaware had to be passenger used by the managers of any election without II. Kennody; head porter, Sam Smith;
Miami and met a number of the officers orchestra Wiley P. Swift. The
at loader of
their residence of transfer of registration
oortlfloato ,
takeu a
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. F. Nevlns, who Daytona, and have up and men of the Second Alabama for passenger serviro. She was a wooden clerk l well known at Ormond,
considerable at Merritt here for the preseut. built In Philadelphia in 18S0, as above provided. room
Own property ship,
and Second Texas regiments; of holds similar In the
Xow the law provides: 1st; That where he a position,
Indian River, are now enjoying the summer While riding at a rapid rate of speed them spoke in high terms of the newsy and was valued at *I25)00.() The vessel when an, elector removes from one district winter season, at Hotel Ormond, !
Island where Insured though for what amount
at Bay Shore, Long Advocate. I have no doubt that as was ,
the Advocatk follows them. Mr. Xev- along Washington avenue, yesterday soldiers their could not be ascertained. to another in the same county, ho Mr. John S. Bowen, the popular proprietor
the get
had misfortune ,
ins is a well-known banker and stock evening, Jlmmie Buie the soon as. subscribers. pay The you officers The supeilntendent of the life-saving shall notify the supervisor of registration of the Plaolde, Jacksonville, ha*
dog the result being a will-get more new the fact of his removal and surrender
to strike a Point Pleasant reported that of Chicago where he will for awhile
brokor of Brooklyn, X. Y.Do ho not and men have been carefully reading station at gone to ,
though, was of .
cortlltoate registration.2nd.
fall. Happily, his
hard the Delaware had sunk about three and personally conduct the management
not fail to read the excellent article seriously hurt. Carl Schuyler, who was the pink paper" since they have been a-half miles off that place. The supervisor shall enter the ,Of the Hotel Wlndemere, ono of <

on "The Anglo-American Alliance," riding with Jlmmie, went over the fallen atjBlscayne Bay. fart of tho removal In the proper book, the most fashionable and exclusive hotel*

by an American lady, on 2nd page; also rider, bicycle, dog and all, but managed Lieut. Albert Wright and Private and Issue to the elector a certificate of In the Windy City, This will In no way
report of County Commissioners' meeting to retain his seat on his wheel, which Eugene J. Gay, of Company D, First FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF transfer to the dlstriot to which lie has Interfere with Mr. Bowen's connection

page 3; "A Visit to Mr. Tiffin's Ostrich was quite a feat, and lucky for him.Chaa. Florida Regiment of Volunteers, were in HEALTH. removed. with the Placlde, where he has made a

Farm at Courtenay, page 2; "TheMaine's well-known town from Tuesday until Wednesday, 3rd. If the elector noglects or refuse* host of friends by his genial manner and

Last Cruise," page 7, etc. Blum & Co.Jacksonville, the have bunting up recruits to Join their regiment State Health Officer Joseph Y. Porter to notify the supervisor of his change of the graceful appreciation for tho comfort

The Jacksonville Weather Bureau report liquor merchants of neat and attract which Is now reunited again at la very noxious to keep yellow fever out residence, and the fact becomes inownto and pleasure of his guest*. And

says : Fruits, such as peaches, just had printed label a very for their celebrated camp at Tampa. They are two Jovial of Florida, and on Tuesday he sent the that officer, he shall (not may the) erase while the Increase in business at thia
ively-colored follows and were not long ere the the name of said elector from registration his at the
pears and pineapples, are more plentiful. The represents young following message to the officials at season requires presence
The supply available is below tho averatte Miami Rye whisky. with picture a Seminole they made friends in town. The former War Department: books.4th. Wlndemere he wilt still find ample opportunity
and the quality generally inferior. a country scene, In the foreground before the call to arms was a prominent "To the Secretary of War and the Surgeon Xo elector, falling to obtain a to look after his Interest* here.
Indian (in full costume) lawyer of Ooala while the Respectfully transfer to the district to which he bus of Mr. Bowen Mr.
Pineapples have nearly all been shipped; the white yung ; General United States Army: During the absenco ,
the crop was not more than one-third of greeting civilization of whisky. Trie label latter Is a member of the well known request that after the occupation removed, shall be allowed to register or Harry Driver, the genial chief clerk, will
man and a case of Brothers, a large vote at any election.Xow tho Plaolde.
what and s firm Gay grocery of Santiago and contlgtous towns, take charge of
expected. is original and decidedly unique, establishment at Palatka. In company sick and wounded be brought from such I* the law Mr.. Waller to
Sergeant T. N. Decker returned here worthy of the progressive efforts of this with Quartermaster-Sergeant T. X. Cuba no to this state for treatment, and if the contrary notwithstanding. The Grand Hotel, Macklnao Island.Mich. ".

from Tampa, Saturday last, for tin* purpose live business Arm.Mr. Decker, they gave the Advocatk ofllcea passing through the state to points beyond The Idea that a man may remove to, ., I* now open and "In full swing,

of recruiting for the army. He has C. II. Bradley, recently the pleasant call betore leaving for Palatkaon Washington, please direct that all or live In another county, state/or country and the prospects are said to be the best

not met with much success, having secured Palm Beach agent of the F. E. C.By Wednesday morning.nanfM things which might act as fomltes be and that his name must remain on since the hotel ,wa* built. The ofllce
West book until he "requests" staff are no new hands at the business,
only three recruits Max L. the Klondike to the registration *
for Tampa
started first sent to the Bay quarantine
Koppelow and F. A. Reed of Titusville; who In Jacksonville, that It bo taken off, I*too absurd for the chief clerk I* Mr. Asa S, Loomls,
is now station and that medical officers In
gold .
J. T. McOuire, of Mlms. They left for pick up returned, a sadder but wiser man.He Primary.Banya.x charge,of transports or hospital ships for serious criticism. It Is the absoluto who Is known to hundred* who visit Hotel

Tampa, Wednesday, in charge of Sergt.Decker. havlna said he got as near to the gold fields hall give certificates that patients under duty of the supervisor, as soon as the Aloazar, St. Augustine, every winter.Tbl .
he wanted to, and as bo found the Fla., July 11, 1808.A his charge convey no danger In transportation fact of the removal of an elector from I* hi* fourth season at the Grand.In .
as district to another In the same addition to Mr. Loomls the following
Titusville who whole business overestimated, he decided Primary is hereby called to meet at through state. Please acknowledge one
those from Clerk
Among for I* brought to hi* knowledge, to are in the ofllce. Front Joseph
took advantage of the Saturday-to-Tnes- that Florida was good enough have been Banyan P. O. (District Xo. 20), ou July receipt. Joseph Y." Porter, county erase bis name from the list, and no request A. Fallon, of the Fountain ami Park Hotel

E. C, Ry., were : CaDt. and Mrs. Jas. P.Pritchard many dollars In pocket had he at West the Fort Pierce Convention, by order of la answer to the above, Dr. Porter received Our pubtlo officer* are sworn to discharge cago. Key Clerk, Stiles M. Morris, of

Miss Kate Pritchard, D. B.Pritchard with the East Coast Railway become the District Committee. the following: their official duties faithfully and the Hotel Eastman, Hot Springs, and the
Dr. and Mrs. B. R. Wilson Palm Beach, Instead of trying to 1*. A. McMillax, "Xo more wounded will be sent to the best of their abilities; and It Is a Auditorium Hotel, Chicago. Night

nd daughter, W. M. Woodward, Miss wealthy so quickly.BABIES' S. J. W. Scott/ through Florida ports. War Department violation of their oaths to tamper with Clerk, A. R. Balllnger, Lexington, Chicago
Mildred Woodward Mrs. C. Bouknlghtud B. J. HlLMARD. will doubtless remove troops from the and Avenue Kvanston 111. Cash
the publlo record* to promote private ,
daughter, W. R. Knox, M.S. Jones, carriages, chairs, crlb cradles, Tortugas, making station available. Interests of Individuals. ier. Wm. M. Morse, Jr., of the Eastman

Jr.. Dr. J. M. Dixon, C. R. Stewart, T.A. white enamel beds, cribs, curtain For Sale, Present method* are surely paving and Park Hotels, Hot Springs. Bookkeeper

Robinson and others. In all, there poles; porcelain and tin toilet sets. For Charter, the way for Republican success.A W. B. Tsltuian, Grand Rapids,

*ere about fifty went from Titusville, Springs, irattresses, suites all prices. Choice orange lands five and ten acre LirE-Los Democrat. Mich. ; ninth season. Stenographer,

and many of those were quite pleased Furniture Store, Titusville, Fla. lots at the beautiful town of Daytona, The sloop. Lady Agnes, by the hour, Maude M. Harris, Chicago. ,
with Miami, its surroundings, hotels and on the East Coast. Easy terms. Also day or week. Safe and reliable. Rates
Teople. homes in Florida. Investments made reasonable. Address, WHITE CORDUROY the latest for

Garden I lose lawn Sprinklers and money loaned on Jacksonville pro Staslkv KlTCinso, owner, ladles' dress skirt*. Gardner A Walker. Wanted.

COUBTLAifD Bt'CKMAX, Miami, Fla.
Fine perty.
Residence and l'lneapple
fauceU and connections. 22, Hogan street, A Itare Opportunity. Help for V, S. marine hospital servicej
Plantation For Sale.A Hydrants, fittings of alt kinds. Jacksonville, Fla. Honey For Sale. U. S. revenue cutter service; hospital
Pipe and pipe and signal corps, IT. S. A.; mechanic*
most villa and Tanks made and erected* For sale, the Cliffdale pineapple plan* for tho V. S. X. also civilian* of all
beautifully-located A Co. ;
of fine for
barrel new honey
Paddhojt and Ilreedera. Several
O. F. Poultry
Apiarists tatlon, at Eden, on Indian River, consisting call
Information on
plantation overlooking from a high Eau Gallic, Fla.Do kind*. For full
?''n the picturesque Indian River; In'he sale, cheap.P.. Kipeucl, Sebastian, Fla. of ten acre* of land, all cleared William Uuber, agent, Xo. 410 1-2 Franklin
centre of the pineapple section; large Twelve colonies of high-grade Italian and planted mostly with Bed Spanish street, Tampa, Fla.ST .
roomy buildings and out-houses. Modern Chicken* for bees; latest Improved 8 and 10drawerbtvea variety of pine*; good new dwelling
conveniences; Inside toilet arrangements ?-*, Cat* and ; good stock of boner; 23 extra Palmetto I>rujr Store, Daytona. house, with all modern convenience*;
** medium
house A advertising no
baths boat-house and Sale. hives. All for $50. large and convenient packing an
P'er' ; lawns,, sewerage shrubbery; flowers and 17 Also a very choice lot of Plymouth Drugs, medicine*, chemical*, floe toilet freight bouse and station on railroad for paper on the East Coast can trial beat advt.the
acres In hens fifty-six foi $20. brushes, combs, perfumery and hipping on the ground. Address Advocate. Give us a ,
full bearing, best quality pine- and trained and Rock soape, *
All kind*, ages, sizes, to Jame* BetUa, Address, "Apiary," care Advocate, fancy toilet article* In great variety.H. Alfred Cox, and be convinced of the pink paper *
stamp Eden Fla. worth.
Further particulars of 'PnrEAPPLe," 111. stating kind wanted. Titusville, Fla. Hustojt, propr. ,
< vnnchester, ,
re Advocate, Titusville, Fla.


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all the rest of the world. Her colonies and Inoffensive people and with them
M Those Dreadful Sores and British India purchased In the preceding God speed I we shall do well to check

year ll per cent. Thus about 00 the pernicious ambition of her feudel Walter Hawkins, Fla. Pass. AgL,

They Continued to Spread In Spits per cent of all the United States' exports and military chiefs, which Is ever aggressive Central of Georgia Ry., Jacksonville, Wholesale Dealers In

of Treatment but Now Thoy are were purchased by Great Britain and and unscrupulous. Since the time will conduct the Confederate Veterans'

Healed-A Wonderful Work. other parte of the British Empire. As of Peter the Great she has been the chief Party, and their friends, by special coach GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE...

the balance of trade Is very largely Infavorof disturbing element In Europe and has and to Atlanta train ,
For many years I have been a treat sleeping car on

atterer with varicose veins on one of mylimbs. the United States, the difference set tbe example of those vast armaments leaving Jacksonville, Monday, July 18, 131 and 133 Ernst Bay Street and 6 and S Newnan Street,

My foot and Uini> became dread* provides them with the means of making which are ruining almost all the nations, at 7.00 p. ro. **

fully swollen. When I stood op I could cash investments In any part of the and which keep Russia itself in per* The following has been named the Jaolcsozivlllo, 3Flcai icjJ

feel the blood rushing down the reins of world; and in purchasing in any other potual poverty. Therefore, if the AngloAmerlcaq "Official Route": Plant System to Tif- OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN

this limb. One day I accidentally hit my country, if need be, beyond the amount alliance did nothing beyond ton, G. S. & F. to Macon, Central of ONE OF THE THE

foot sgalnst some object and a sore broke of exports to them.
curbing her aggressiveness. It would Georgia to Atlanta. Sufficient sleeping

out which continued to spread and was Thus England's Immense commerce deserve well of mankind. cars and coaches will be provided to accommodate We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and r ow pM.

exceedingly painfuL I concluded 1 and vast wealth distributed throughout But Japan, also, where for the first all who take advantage oftbe guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Peed, W want
needed a blood purifier and 1 began talcingHood's the earth and the United your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
give England
Saras par ills. In short time time in history, liberty has recently been very low rate. However, it would

those dreadful sores which had caused States a common aim the welfare and born in an Asiatic country, would natu- be well to write to Mr. Hawkins of your MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville Fla.OKAS. .

me so much suffering, began to heal. I prosperity of all nations. Tbey are, ally welcome tbe alliance with open going that he may know approximately

kept on faithfully with Hood's Sarsapa* therefore, eminently qualified to become arras. This Interesting country appears how many to provide for.

rilla, and in a short time my limb was the joint depositories of peace and the destined to play a distinguished part All will be cared for who purchase ISIFMxx TTlvDEALKR8
completely healed and the sores gave meno guarantors of the world's best Interests.Tbe among tbe nations, and already ranks tickets and travel by the route named mana
more pain. I cannot bo too thankful United States and Great Britain
the highest Tbe whether with the
among powers. continuance going special party ornot. XVlxxos
for the wonderful work Hood's Barsspa* possess, together, one half of the whole
of her freedom and prosperity Write him for any information desired.
rilla, has done for me." Mlta. A. E, habitable part of tbe globe, and nearly demands that she should be protected 417, 419 W. 1!., 8t

GmtoNn, rtUnd, Vermont. ono-tulrd of all Its inhabitant*. Of the
from the of Russian JACKSONVILLE
pressure Intrigues.In . FLA.B1CH .
Purlflrr.Hood's latter about 110,0UO,
blood, and of 100,010,000 of these, tbe whether for the advantage of the contracting thy blood. Uon't male good the mlMalm rich h 1*L
Is the lit-nt In fact the One True Blood Purlflrr. English language Is their mother tongue. There is no use suffering from this bujlng sour poor wine U-cauw Iti.
for tbe welfare
powers, or general dreudful malady, If you will only get the cheap. It la not. It has a nmitv dlJ!
Pills cure all liver Ills. SSceuts. Their commercial shipping greatly exceeds of the world, no moment could be right remedy. You are having pain all greeable effect upon the MBtun hI| ,

that of all the rest of the world more propitious than this for tbe Anglo- through your body, your liver Is out of gives icuouwioeis you that really pulled-tOether not eien) Ue *ud.

together. Their ships of war amount to order, have no appetite, no life or ambition sntfofled feeling
Saxon to join Is
race gfr V e make a Specialty of y.onh
bad (Wuna
THE ANGLO-AMERICAN ALLIAbl 437 of which StWare British have a cold. In fact are completely -
and exceed armed ready for fight. Tbe Balkans, Mountain Lew Corn V hlnkei thtu
used Electric Bitters is the
up. years old, 2M> per gallon
E.BY by 00 the united navies of France, Russia the hot-bed of Russian plots, are in a only remedy that will give you sure and Parties living in Dry Towns win j.
Germany and Italy. Such a relief. well to order from us, as we can .
power ferment, and the flames of war may prompt They act directly on them Ml per cent,on all orders u\

LADY COOK, (net TK.VXK88KK CLAFLl'f) as Great Britain could, and can help the burst forth at any moment. But England your liver, stomach and kidneys, tone up OT"Always send money with order.We .
United States has been the whole system and make you feel i will not open new account,
considerably as unleu
Editor Indian Ilivrr Advocate. and America united self-sustaining
f fto
like a new being. They are guaranteed suitable Jacksonville reference I. uuen.o .
The ancient poets tell us there was fully demonstrated during the present and capable of protecting themselves cure or price refunded. For sale atF. >A Goods for sent C. 0.1) to I>ry ToVni

once a time when the great god Saturn war with Spain.It against all foes, coutd exercise a powerful S. Chaffee's drug store. Only 50 cts. Brewers tent and Ilottlers Indlanopolis,Indiana brewing)olu lnj'Co

reigned In Italy, and bestowed happiness will thus be evident to the Advocate and unique influence in preventing a per bottle. Hercules Malt Tonic, S2.23 per case j Clsj ton & Russell ild Cherry Brandy, *4M per caw

readers that, united, no power of that already
and tranquillity over all the earth. conflagration, or quenching
would dare to attack them, and that The turbulent republics Xewfoundland Is the only territory
The husbandman gathered In peace the
they would be irresistible to possible discovered by Cabot, the English explorer JACKSONVILLE YA1U)
fruits of his 1 ibour, and the fields smiled any of South America might also be restrained SAW AND PLANING MILLS, ,
with plenteous harvests. The liberal combination of powers, seeing that their from their Interminable civil which has been allowed to retain rnlatka, Fla. K. Bay St.. Foot of Catherine,

arts weie sedulously cultivated and combined resources are well-nigh Inexhauitlble. wars, and their wealthy industries be Its original name.By .
But it is notorious that they WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
revived under settled
very home wus the abode of lonocence. again more govern ,
are the least and least a Japanese seaweed is
military process,
aggressive of
Comparing this blissful state with their ments. Thus every part the globe
nations tbe earth if made into paper ao transparent that it Manufacturers of'-
own degenerate rule of blood and iron.In upon we compare would participate in the blessings of our
their extent wealth and be substituted for window glass.
population. may
which all the vices had supplanted coalition.Tbe .
When colored, it makes an excellent imitation Lumber and latL
virtue, they have banded It down to us greatest statesmen of England and Cypress Shingles #
Their great ruling motives are the material of stained glass; ,
'The Golden Age," which, they deplored America have already perceived its advantages

could never come again. and intellectual advancement of and are seeking the means of A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles,
the people. Both these are incompatible A Narrow Kjtcnpe.
This retrospective fable, however, of hastening Its advent. Let us all assist lath and pickets always on band, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypres*
with war, and flourish during peace. ItIs according to our Let Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada E.
Igan writers, the Herbrew Prophet power. every citizen mouldings of all patterns a specialty.
to these incentives alone, therefore Hart, of Groton, S/ D.W as taken with
saw as a future reality. In his vision, that we must look for a revival of the, and every statesman give a hearty a bad cold, which settled on my lungs; When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us.
the God of Peace was to take the place co-operation. We appeal to our sisters cough set in and Anally terminated inconsumption.

of the heathen deity, "and to teach usof golden age. And Providence baa so in both countries, upon whom the miseries Four doctors gave me up,

his ways and be shall judge among placed It in the power of the AngloSaxon of war and want fall most bitterly, to saying I could live but a short time. I

the nation* and sli.ill rebuke many people rice, to lead the way in this grand join their voices with ours. Then should gave myself up to my Saviour, determined THE SOUTHERN FUEL & SUPPLY Company.
could with friends I
work, that It would be criminal if if I not stay my ,
; and they shall beat their aworda Into not we succeed, it may be that the coming would meet my absent ones above. My
fatal to refuse It.It .
ploughshares, uud their spears Into century will be the commencement of a husband was advised to get Dr. King's

prunlng-hooks; nation shall not lift up Is always unsafe to prophesy, nevertheless better era for the world, when nation Xew Discovery for consumption, coughs Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement

sword against nation, neither shall they we may ven/ure to forecast the shall no longer make war against nation, and colds. I gave it a trial, took in all ,
eight bottles. It has cured me, and
probable outcome of an Anglo-American
leain war any more." but all paiticipate agiln in a golden age, thank God I am saved and now a well
It Is possible that this glowing prophesy alliance, instituted for mutual defence, so far as humau frailty will permit. and healthy woman." Trial bottles free Yitrifled Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
and t<> keep tbe world's In the
of Iialah, although delivered peace. at F. S. Chaffee's drug store. Regular
first place, country whose Intelligence sire, 50c and $1. Guaranteed or price
twenty-sis ceulurles ago, may yet be fulfilled Thousands Celebrate. refunded. 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telephone 202.J. .
ennbles it to perceive that Its interests
but not, as he Imagined, through
religious Influence. Xo more potential are best promoted by repressing With thankfulness their restoration to K. MUNXERLTX, .General Manager.

personality than Jesus Christ has ever warfare, will desire to share In the advantages health by the use of Hood's barsaparilla. Carl Zcrrohn, the "grand old man" of

of such an alliance. France Think of the vast army who have been music in New England, and who, for
appeared nineteen centuries of ilia
yet and Germany would bury their animosities cured by this medicine many years, has been leader of tbe Handel HT* I Invite your Attention to my Complete Stock of
teaching have done little or nothing to Men and children who
anI with each other and women have and of Boston has
compete Haydn Society ,
suppress war, even among Ills professed suffered the consequences of Impure
followers. Ago after age the earth has with ourselves, in friendly rivalries only. blood, who have been the victims of announced that, at tbe end of the present -* HARDWARE AND CROCKERY *-

Austria, Italy and the minor states scrofula he will retire.
been drenched with the blood of Christians sores, eruptions, dyspepsia, nervousness ,

slain by their brethren and those would follow. One power alone might and sleeplessness. Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware, Granite
have tried other medicines
have cause to regard this International They There Is more Catarrh in this section ware, doors, sash and blinds, and Builders* Hardware, water coolers, ice cream
who bore Ills name hate at such times litre failed to obtain relief. They triedHood's
with hatred freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves. Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, garden tools,
policy since It would arrest of the country than all other diseases
and It did them
been animated by the hatreds and ferocity Sarsaparilla good. plows and harrows paints and oils Fruit jars and netting
Jelly glasses poultry
her career of conquest, and destroy her They perservered in Its use and it accomplished put together, and until the last few years ,
and barbed wire
of heathen The increased ,
savages. was supposed to be Incurable. For a
hope ef universal domination. By along permanent cures. Do you wonder
Intelligence and accumlated knowledge that they praise Hand recommend itto great many years doctors pronounced Ita Harrison Bros* Ready Mixed Paints.
of the most civilised nations have been course cruelty, perfidy, treachery you. local disease, and prescribed local remedies
and tbe lowest political arts, and and by constantly failing to cure Please "Write me for Prices. i respectfully solicit > por.tloniof .
zeroised In developing greater means of with local It your patronage. *tau Orders given Prompt and Careful Attention, and inquiries (or
treatment pronounced Incurable.
through the resources of a military answered
great prices promptly.
destruction and the fruits of industry Democrats Attention
every Science has proven catarrh tobe
despotism Russia baa advanced
and the lives of hapless millions east a constitutional disease, and, therefore 3MC. 33.
and west from the Baltic to Behring's Notice Is hereby that Democratic requires constitutional treatment.Hall's .
have been squandered In wanton or needless a West Palm Beach Fla*
Straits in a solid and unbroken Catarrah Cure manufactured ,
line, rrimary will be held for precinct by
the Europe
wars. At present moment and is slowly but surely creeping southward No. 2, at the Courthouse, InTitusvllle,on F. J. Chenny A Co., Toledo, Ohio, 1* the
Is an armed camp ready for slaughter. the 10th day of July, 18IXS, between the onlv constitutional cure on the market.It .
overshadowing Europe and Asia
Of her sixty million men twelve hours of 2:30 and 5 o'clock p. m., for the is taken internally in doses from 10

millions are trained soldiers. And the and menacing the Independence of Its purpose of electing 11 delegates to attend drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly Magnolia Grocery....
peoples and the cause of freedom. the Democratic County Convention on the blood and mucous surfaces of the
New World has entered the
recently on Whilst we sympathize with her amiable for Brevaid county Fla., to be held at system. They offer one hundred dollars 'Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
fatal career of the Old. Hut a remote Fort Fierce, Fla. on September 31st, for any case it fails to cure. Send for J

and comparatively Insignificant contest 180$. circulars and testimonials. Address.K. .
is sufficient to dislocate the delicate social F. II. Boyk.S. J. Cheney Co., Toledo, O.y FANCY GROCERIES. :
D. Gkioer.C. ; SoId by Druggists, 75 cents.
of civilized
machinery every state,
R. Stewart.
Butterine llcts. pound.
and a dilatory contest carries famine to Committee for precinct No. 2. per
Malarlon la devoid of bitter taate. Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please you.
the hearths of the poor, thousands of
miles from the conflict. In various Cures Chills and Fever; acts on the liver 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
IF YOU have been sick you will findHood's and regulates the system generally.
countries In both hemispheres, starving Saraaparilla the best medicine All Druggists. Telephone Xo. 235.Edurate .

men and women are rioting for bread; you can take to give you appetite and

what they really want Is pence. strength and restore you to a condition

Can nothing be done, then, to make of perfect health.HOOD'S Tour Dowels With Cescareta. JOB
Can war more difficult f Is the Golden Age FILLS cure nausea, sick I0U.2V. If C.C.G.falUdrugKlaurefund mosey.A .

to be merely a poetic dream, never to bein headache, biliousness and all liver Ills.

any degree realised f We trust not. Price, 25c. Executed at tbeADVOCATE OF ALL KINDSPRINTING

For, If we mistake not, the first falot LB I XEAR. KRXKST TATLOB.

streak of the brighter dawn Is breaking.In The only animal which Is really dumb

both the Old and the M w Work! men Is the giraffe, which is unable to express NEAR & TAYLOR OFFICE.Ducklen's .

of clear heads and generous hearts are Death** BefcrevaeJ.A itself by any sound whatever.Te (Successors to John McAllister)

looking forward to a confederation of flrw years aao a New York newspaper Artesian Well Contractors Bittersweet, Arnica Salve.
the English-speaking peoples. And the eon ducted an open discussion npoo the > Care CanstlnsvtWn Forever.Tske Browne Parting, yon know, is tweet
topic 1 "Is MsrrisR-e a Failure?" The Csscarsu Oandv Catharilo. loe ortSo. w- I The best Salve world for cuts,
in the
k slightest consideration of the matter answer is easy and upon the surface. Where II C C. C. fail to sure,drusfwia refund sooocf EAU GALL1E. FLA. xowne
unstconvtBce every unprejudiced mind there is mutual love and respect, if there is Qness yon never had a qui. I bruis**:, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
also health, marriage is a success. WTien nine capsule part just after you put it I01*", tetter, chapped hands, chilblaim,
\ that the speedy accomplishment of anAngloAmerican health Is left oat. even the most ardent love your mouth, did yoa? Truth. corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively

Alliance, based upon does not count, and marriage is invariably EASY RIDING. cures Files, or no pay required.It .

sound, equitable, and permament principles a failure.Modern Then They 3eye4 Bins. is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
science has cried the warning All the time and when ar refunded. Price 25c. per
speed money
will lay the foundation of you
a new so often that ail should realise the
dancers want it Is box. For sale F. S. Chaffee A Co.la .
of wedlock a great feature of by
era, one which,perchance, may be crowned to people in ill-health. In a
case of this kind death larks
on every side
by universal and perennial peace. n the kits of betrothal and the caress of
The United States of America Is only a the honeymoon. Tbe man who is sunerinsr Besmtr la Blooel Dees>.
from ill-nesllh is a physical bankrupt, and Clean blood means a clean skin. X
younger England, moving In a wider has no right to condemn a woman to be his Here are some Keating points for consideration beauty without it. CascareU,Candy Cathartic
range with a freer step. Excepting the narsa for life sad the mother of babes that your : clean your blood and keep it clear., by
Imralgrants of alien tongues, her people inherit his physical weakness. Dr Pierce's The Frame makes it stirring op tbe lasy liver and driving all unAwfal -
Golden Medical
Discovery acta directly on
have the same blood ami traditions, the the digestive organism. It makes it strong &TROXG.

same literature and habits, the same and its action perfect. When man's digestion The Construction makes It
is sit right bis blood will be pare; Cascareta, beauty for ten cents. All druggists
proud history and alms, as the people ofEngland. when his blood is pare his nervous system DURABLE. satisfaction guaranteed, 10c,25c,50c.Do .
In religion. In political and Will be strong sad his health vigorous.A The Bearings give
woman who suffers Brora weakness and itSPEED.
freedom Inventive
municipal genius disease of the delicate organism of her sea not depend on your ante if T01'

and commercial and Industrial eagerness, and is certain to suffer from general ill health. The Doable Roller Chain would be Independent of your uncle.No .
to be aa
they are alike. aahappy. helpless invalid and
a disappointment as a wife. Her cbtldreawiil MAKES IT FLY.Up .
Great Britain's purchases from the be weak, and
pany peevish. A
happy hilL down hill, on the tour, road or track Cure >'o
hoes* is Is
United States from April 30th, l r7, to possibility for her nntil her

April 30th, 1808, amounted to the snog health Fresrriptioa is restored.cares all Dr.troubles Pierce's of Favorite the dissinetly It has No Equal. *- That Is tbe way all druggists seUGROVE'S

sum of $193,000,000, or nearly one half fcmrnine erasalsaR cures them Send for Catalogue.KEATING. accident to Professor Wriggler TASTELESS CHILL TOXIC
speedily, ewnpletery and It apoa introducing his for Malaria Chills and Fever. It *
total other permanently celebrated ,
of the exports; In words, WHEEL conjur
its fcr aHaeaeoa sad ssotheraood. Both COMPANY, ing trick, tbe disappearing simply Iron and Quinine in a tasteless
almost aa much as was purchased by medicines arc sold by all good dealers. Middletown, Conn. fish. Ally Sloper. globe of gold form. Children love it. Adults prefer

It to bitter, nauseating tonics. Price, Wc.


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Cards'; PETITION '
Williams J W Jamison


the Honorable Board of Count Sara Mitchel, J W Jamison ,
BBEfS GRAHAM, FOTlda*t ' Broard County, II J M Smith, D M S J Bryan Bu.ks Manufacturers of

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Gentlemen: I, the undersigned, W. J. A Habnlcht, N Robert K Shore J Mathers, MANIER & LANE MUSIC CO. Yellow Pine Lumber

c Hours: From 10 to 12 a. m., and beer in Election District J F Wooten. ,
and 2 to 4 p. m.csvillk No. of State of iTlorlda, )
Brevard County, State of Florida hereby KOUGII A DMKS8KI>,
County of Brevard.
Brevard Co., Florida.i apply to J
your Honorable Body Heads
to Oranae Ho a ,
\ HoX*J08* grant me the right to sell such liquors Personally appeared before me, John
rinprwtlo*In all theoourts-state and fed wines and boer in said Election District! Henry, a notary publlo In and for Brevard Fruit Vegetable Crates.I.umtxr .

J examining and perfect'ludtftiea. and we pray your Honorable county, Florida, W. J. Tucker, ap delivered at any part of Indian River
for Body
w facilities to plicant to sell liquors wines and hfersin on rhnittirh bill of lading. Anyrme eonteitiplat*
grant me a ConoYer Fischer Frankiln
permit to make
such sales. District Kingsbury Inir Imllillnir on the luutt Coast,would do well to
Respectfully, Number l>, In said County write for prloee. The newmlll Is situated on the
J. TUCKER. and State, who being duly sworn says J.,T.A K. W. Rjr.,a miles south of 1alatka.Sat.Htiiun .

SOK S. JOXES, Dated July 0, 1898.We upon his oath, that each and every name IllglitM, lMitnntit co., Fla.
or maik affixed to his application to sell PIANOS

liquors, wines and beers In District .
ATTORXEYATLAW.USVILLK the undersigned, being a majority Number 0, BrevartI county, Florida, was
of the registered voteis of Election Choice . .
Dis the act and deed of the
person purpoitIng -
trict No. of Brevard county, Floitda, to sign the same; that there was no CHICAGO GOTTAGE ORGANS WinesLiquors
do most respectfully concur in the above fraud
bilbery or deception in
County Judge of Bre ard County.U application, and ask that a peiinit be such signatures or marks, and that such . and Cigars.

granted as prayed for, and that we Uive signatures or marks were obtained after Lowest' Prices Terms. Guaranteed Puro. *
signed this petition alter June 8, 1.V.18 revision of the registration lists In ; Easy
GAULDEN, In accordance with Chapter 4510 (Xo. 80) June, 1808. Sold at reduced

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, of the Laws of Florida. W. J. TUCKER. Write for Catalogues.MANIER. priceaImporte

Petitioner: WrrxESsrs: Sworn to and subset Ibed before me *!

nil nrsctlce In all the Courts of the State John P Cook, W M McCuhlinsR this Dth day of July, A. D. 1MK A LANE MUSIC COMPANY, Tokuy Wine,
jiorliU,and the United States Courts. JOHN HENRY, from Italy.
MSTTTU3V1IXB, FLA. Fred W Lennard, [Seal.] Publlo. 24 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
0.Box, Hartstone, V L Smith Notary
Money to Loan. 18 A J McDonald, John B. Togni ,

William Anderson, Fred Church COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Metropolitan Saloon, 12:1: East Bay St..
A J McDonald.

1 his x mark Fred Church, Wholesale and Itrlnll.,..,.
W W Lay port, J U Merrl wetherFiedChurch
Fi.A. July 0 181W.
John O May, Fred Church GOING IVORT1X VTRAYEL The Largest and Most Complete
The Boaid of Brevaid
Itusvilte Florida.J. County Commissioners
w w Layport, Establishment South.GEO. .
V L Smith, A J McDouald met on the above date pursuant YIA THE "TIFTON ROUTE."

F RoyUuce, to adjournment, when the following S. HACKER

WEBB, J S Bell, R AJsweailugcnG members W. II.
weie present : Sharpe,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW DSCailton, R A S Tucker hweailngonS chairman; J. Mendel, J. R. Walker, J. Georgia Southern and Florida Railway.Suwanee .

Tucker Houston, J. N. Waller; A. A. Stewart,
Will practice In the Courts of the 7tli River Route.
Spencer Bowman, K A SwoariugenJ clerk; J. P. Brown, sheiKT.
rcuit.dbourne S Be'l' The business
following was transacted,
Florida. J B Merriwether, 11 A Sweat IngenJ to-wlt :- The Georgia Southern & Florida Railway comprlsoa part of the Tlfton Route,

S Bell, and Is the most direct routo to all Not th East and West and the
J A Richards, J If Merit wetherR The minutes of last meeting were road points opeiatos V

0. FRIES, C. E. A Sweailngen, and continued. finest Pullman Buffet sleepers; double dally, Jacksonville to Nashville via Maoon, .\ /

C Nelson, J S Bell The following persons were restored Atlanta, and Chattanooga; traversing the f.uuoua fruit belt of Geoigta, and the

COUNTY SURVEYOR. F Royl.ince, on the legistration books: Historical Battle Flolds of Noitli Georgia and Tennessee.
J A Russell, V L Smith
Land legally surveyed and subdivided.ipplng F B Wright, Precinct No. 4: E. Sidney Williams, For further lufoimatlon, maps, schedules, sleeping car reservations, etc,

J B Dickey, Ed F D.iviesC C. E. Covar, M. C. Olmstead, II. Magruder write or call on

neatly done. Estimates for S Emery, C. E. Cook.No. HUGH II. RICHARDSON, Gen. Agt.,

.kinds of engineering woikg. Dialled Douglas Spiers, W B Spiers 0: Chas. J. O'Brlan, O. W. Smith, 7 Hogan St., Jacksonville.G. MANUFACTURERS OF
lines a specialty.icsville W B Spiers, Douglas Spieis W. B. Cross, F. W. Church.No. Sash Blinds
Vloe-Picsident, Macon, Gu.J Gon'l Passenger Agt, Doors, M
James Arnold, 10: R. F. Hatch.

Brevard Co., Florida.. WV Fiver, W C B Buss SpieisT The tax books were then taken up for Moulding & Building Material.Olllce .

T C Bass, W B SpiersW equalization, accoidlng to law. Henry, com. as county treasurer 4 It 25J

TEPnEX E. FOSTER, V Faver, Permits granted to the following persons Mendel, copying road records10 10A ShaYing Parlor. A Wairrooms, King, opposite

( Thos Carter, W V Faver to carry repeating rltles: J. K.Goie A Stewait, accountant, .. 1.1 00A Camion Street.Chtirlcston IfIf
) his x mark Daniel L Futch T Dixon, service lunacy case,. 1 A0J If
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Mmlln, No. 82U7: Cal. 3S; F. H. S. C.
Daniel L Futch, T C Mass P Brown, waiting on co. corns, 8 (X) ,
Rooms 420 A 423, Gardner Building, W V Faver, Wilson, Mailin, No. 11,1)87) Cal. 40; J.T. Janitor. ft IK)

JCKSO.WILLE, FLOBJDA. J A Wright, Daniel L FutchW Cooper, Winchester, No. 8I.10S, Cal. ' jailor ao 00 Sash Weights Cord and
V Faver, 3.; E. A. M. Stewart, Winchester, No.&V242 " feeding dogs 2 00I ,
R State bank Interest HI) 80A
JMcCollum, JAWiightW Cal. 4( ; J. II. Henderson, Winchester Hardware.
V FaverT A Stewart, cleik for Boaid 7l 25M
bCOTT. Ookdon R. Bkoomk.COTT No. 212I4'( '>, Cal. 41; F. A. Preston 10 IN)
G C B pauper.
Lashley, Ltshley Window and Fancy Glass
& BROOME, W V Faver, Houston, Winchester, No. 41,70.1, Cal. Mary Futch ' U 00

Chailes Gibbon, R A SweaiiugenF 44; J. O. Simmons, Winchester, No. Charity Padget" 15 00Wm A SPECIALTY.BO P '
Andeison . 0 00E
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Roylance, 511,882, Cal. 38; M. L. Von -Koppelow, Denham ' 0 00 .
Jens Helseth It A
(over Bank) < Sweailngenh.ules Gibbon, Winchester, No. 8,027, Cal. 45-70. 8 Beau " 10 00L YEARS'

ami, Florida.EORGE Henry Bowman, II L LnwdG The county tieasurer made his monthly Eaufalla . . . . 4 00I eXPERIENCBI'sCents
S Tucker, statement of the finances of the Tucker 8 00It

Reuben Cailton, J E Day county, including tho F. & F. Fund, Head 10 5 00CMcMellls 0)A )
G S Tucker
W. ALLEN, which weie examined and approved. Gore 5 OHII
George Sweet, A J McDoualdF
J KoylanceM John Houston and J. N. Waller were appointed Hagni ' 5 00M

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Charles J O'BiIen, W U CopeluudF a commrtteo to destroy the warrants E Johnson "" ft
Smith 0 OHC
iyWest RoylanceA turned over by the treasurer, according "
Florida.Ml White 10 00J
practice in tlie United A Hendry, F D RoylanceJ Junors to schedule. The committee, Lewis, ft 00A H. S. MEADOR, H

id State Courts. OjunOSrR. States James G Seward, Win Colli.ir reporting having performed their duties, A Ford, fish warden 20 00II WaaliluBbin Avenue,
Thomas C'alway, asked to be discharged, which was accordingly W Nichols, flslt warden. ft 00M
J Ii Men I wetherJ E Kennard ' 10 00P TITUS VILLK, FLORIDA.
A B Lowry, done; the tienxurer also exhibited

JunorsH A Robinson 10 OHJ tsksn throuuh Munu 4 Ciprrod
F. II. IIOUGIITON, ACiews, MJ D Muller a ceitllloate from the Brevard 8 May, for right-of-way. 40 00J nulla*, without sn.riie, In tbe

U b Tucker, State Bank, that his balances as shown A Tournau, UK) CON Scientific JImcricnn.A .
J W Jamison, MJ Muller by his report were there on deposit.On W Frantz. 00 00J hsndsomely llluatrsted wseklr. Tsresst Mr.miUMoii .
DENTIST. G S Tucker, S Keen, road work . (i.'l 40 of any tlmil iMit loiiriisl. 1 nrms, f* aynnri
petition of W. S. Norwood, et al., Fee & Stewart, mateilal for road ft ftOO four months, l. Sold by all newsdssler.. I
W Miller
Ito Florida.ALPH CC Miller, B G S Tucker, for a publlo road from Indian River, near F PaddUon, 0 50J MUNN & Co.", '",,*"' New York l

BW Miller, C C Miller Alligator Creek, and running In a northeasterly Houston, road work :!<>') 00J Brsaob Offloe, i t Dt,Wsshlnaton,II. C.V .
G 8 Tucker, direction to Five Mile Hammock. Mendel, 150 00J
N Waller 200 00J
E. SMITH < O W Smith Z Cavender Board D. K. Griflls K. ,
31. D. The appointed E. 28 40J
P Brown feeding
prisoneis. COTTON CaaXa.
) his x maik G S Tucker, wr llcvW "Qrrosv AiuXJ
Blanchard and Chas. Grlffls to mark
P Brown, ciiinlnal pros. 22 IN)
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. W A Martin, F A Roylance J McDonald, view and lay out the same and make A A Stewart, 1 28 SOFT SEINE TWINES.A J TAMPS r why NOfcHAVc ym

whilst in Genital, Urinary an Rectal C F Olmstead, A J McDonald their report to this Board on the flist For road at tho section lino of south jfTWPfnM TWINE.

F Roylance, Monday In August; said road to bo con.structed end of section 17 and running along Indian PERFECT *' 3

Diseases. Albert Christopher Christopher O'Brien without expense to the county. River to the north Una of lot 14, CABLE CORD8 *no MACRAMC.E. .

Located at Flacide Hotel, his x mark J S Bryan, section 8 20 south of 37 JOHNSON o a a.*.. Ms*
J B Lock, O S Tucker The road report of L: J. Bralnard, C.A. township range EMORY ,

icksoxville, Florida.meapple J S Bryan, Lagerstrom and Louis Benson were east, thence enst along the north line of M00DUS, CONN.

Chas >I Nelson, J S Bell received and approved, and notices lot 11, to the Banana river, to connect

W T Hayes, be to law. with the road the Board
oidered to posted according county appointed
and Lemon .
Orange W T Hayes J S Bell
Land Chits M Nelson, The road report of J. M. Minor, L. K.Bralnard John W. Wynn, W. W. Otwell

For Sale, Cheap.I A O Green, J S Bryan and C. L. Hardee were re* and S. Carpentor to mark, view and layout In the Circuit Coutt, In and for Brevard

A J McDonald, ceived and appioved, and notices ordered the same, and mtke their repoit to County, Florida. WEAK IV3EH MADE VJGOnGUS.'n .

have for sale 80 acres of pineapple J S Keen, J S Bryan to be posted afcoiding to law.It this Board on the first Monday In Airgust. Is CiiAscicnrf

>d on St. Lucie river, a few milos be- S Castle, J W S B Bell Cross, was oidered that J. N. Waller le The Board adjourned to meet Aaron A.VH.IJutM rxiOruuw. 1 HOI > foreclose

' Eden, 40 of which being northeast F Hartstone, empowered to pay to T. A. Tourman, again the first Monday In August, 1808. M. K wife,June K carter of northeast quarter of section J M Fisher, F HartstoneG 100.00; to N. W. FranU, *53.W); and J.G. S| | rlna l>y the eltlcUvIt of I t.. niil
'. township 38, south of range 41 east; H Tucker, May, 10.00, for right-of-way for Oreoffe Pudding. attorney (or the iHtiiiplslnsnt, AIimI In this V. T"B/tf./ lS'0AY. 7"0 f.
M B Daniels, W M McCuhlinsM cause, that the itvreniUnts, iMtvlil M. Kiticsr-
. other 40 la-the northeast quarter J Muller, public road.It Lay 4 water crackors In Just suftlcienl ton sml his wife, Jane Kiluortoii, sre non-r lilnnts l- What PEFFER'S NERVIGOH CM.w -M
southeast quarter of section 3, of the Htate of Klorl.la, ami sre Ixitli over MU iK rfuMy] ttml i| li hi/. Cum* wititii k'fVounii
*nshlp 38, south of 41 east, Jas J Keen, J S BrynnY was ordered that Wm. Smith betaken cold water to cover and leave tbem the sice of twenty-one ysars, suit thai there Is noM full, triori n>Muli| lf> % uinnhiKxIi olit
ine above range Roylance, off the list after this for ao boar. Urate over them the rind ii In the Htate of flnrl.la servliie of a subpoena fintn r* itfv r yrmtitful v.i. reIft ab liCfil irl.unr*
land can be bought for $10 pauper whom wonlil blml the sahl ilufsrul- nttl Uinrt M *rv MMi a** M**>n% % iiMiirsolhnr
"'acre. It is suitable for pineapple, Albert A Ford, K HartstoneJ month.It of an orange and squeeze in the Juice of ants Itavhl M. K Jiff, lemon or lime growing. D Junors, ordered that the lot 8. Cream an ounce of batter with 3 and that the said Kafld M. Kilifnrtoo and Jane a*..*., end mm9 oil tffrttintlUnrtiinu *<>/ Ml mmwvt
P E Itoblnson, Chailes J O'BrienA was following KdK rtmt reside at llurllnirtr.n HI te of Wisconsin WttrOs Oil and e.iiis intpttoi,
nu be sold in lots of 40 acres, for J McDonald, of land the property of the county towlt ounces of powdered sugar, then beat It ; It Is therefore ordered thai the defendants l>on I l 't Sruesl.t ImpuM i a worflt< ) .s unne
n. This land will soon be worth 30Tacre. with the yolks of 3 eggs and lastly with Intvld M. Kdjferuin and Jane Kiluerton, lie you tfs> nuns It vtMltls s|r.,l.rir' ttl. InslNlonn.sslty .
J Cy&taples J S Bryan In the i of sec 20 21 s of and eoinplslusnts Ins nctrXH'S MKUVKIwH. or .n.i for It.sMh.ti.uie .
: s e tp rio rmiiilred (u appear answer .
and pinin
McDonald the water crackers orange) Juico. fan lis isrrHd In es.t dihiSsu 1'rspald wrati.n
/ A J bill of complaint ou the ail ls> or fo* S, will, A. I'o.lllv.
Apply r. s.
to C. n. Walton Advocate : containing 0 3-10 acres more or less/ par
e, Pour the mixture into a buttered pie
H B Burke J 8 Bryan EIGHTEENTH DAV Of JUtV, 1 iW.or Wrtltaw UasrssM. te )i re r lt.ra.il IkeM
; or to Robbins A Graham, TitusHie # J M Fisher, be sold and conveyed to M. Stuart for dish and bake In a slowlsb oven, Wben said bill will he taken as ennfesaad and emu.plslnsnt VK.Ktfk.*n %fsmpltlMt* MlCUICAt trmm Hold, ASsi'M hy drusslsts., Chlesiae Addr, III.HoM *.

tf J S Bryan, II B Burke the sura of #23.00, and that proper deed nearly cooked, take it ont and cove* ilroekily be. sllowed t proceed esarle with

J M Fisher, be executed and delivered on payment with the white* of the eggs said la cause.It farther ordered that this order be published by J. B.'Screven, only.Royaltansy .

What do you need in the way of J II Hill, J SBryanJ D Junors, of said amount.It whipped to a stiff froth with a spoonful In nn-e the Imkiak eachwiek Itivrw for Auvooarr four eonaeeutlrswtmks a news.Irsfwr .

''elopes, note and letter heads, bill II R DanielsO was ordered that Wm. Dorsey be of powdered sugar and return It to the published at Tllusvllle, IJrevard eoueiy,

, *"** statements, tags, cards, eto ? M J Raulerson, S Tucker, stricken from the pauper list.J. oven till done. Serve hot or cold. Witness. the Hon.John 11 Brooms, Judire of pills i
.* llaliJ) glad to have a share of your said eon re, as well as A A. tawsrtolerk there,
J S .
or*. We have a first-lass lob departed G Bevlll, Hartstone Bryan Mendel and J. R. Walker, road com.mlssloners Met Dole* Tfclogs by Halves.Air. of,and the seal of said ctmrt at lite oonrt house, IfffnlM'OVKHr. SXVKNMILs.A .
connected with the F of Districts No. 1 and 2, made in III thUJune l tb, leas. nswlr.llall aadssr.rau.cfwr.uito
Advocate restaurant
Head F RoyUucea Grange; ( ) SrKWAIlT.I ,. ., .isatidve, Mianly or snlsftdMwn.uxstlus.
ia an we ask is Aar of work. R semi-annual statement to A.A. .N
a # your S Tucker, their July tbar, ulster I Fetch iue a doaen nvtbem Clerk f'lrcnlrfrpurt.Ily Inrlsur.*..tSa.s ore.ua. H*. *ij
( John Plnkney, J S Bryan 1808, which were examined and approved tbar raw oysters. I Circuit Court I O. II. StewartJ). V.JunlTJullS W.M, mt. aieMse ImlUMItM,* Jlstnepi
|f r. p.r SwS, small trv%It. S nSMN
1 his x mark W T Hayes, and the vouchers filed with the Waiter Yes, sir. On the half shell, >1.. In plain wrapper, *H n4 It
Tucker ,tau o for partfmjlar* S>*I4 Sy I NtlInnM'or
C B Smith, S e'erk of the court for future references. sir? Notice fur lMiblU-ntluii. liiiM ps-l-traltM* Ut"CsCA
The bent W T Hayes, Mr. Granger Naw. Bring 'em onth" SvCIArIO*. Ikume*. 1U.

HB9 'Ferry's seed* crown, The are best*. O S Tucker, C B Smith The following bills were passed and whole shell. I'm oat fer a good Land Office at Gainesville, Fla., I Hold by J. B. Soreren, only.OsatTebscee .

seeds sown are Ferry's. W T nayes, audited to be paid: time, an I reckon 1 don't keer fer expenses. June l.'l, 100*. )
" V 5Jh best seeds known are ( I D Kemp, ** ** W. II. Sharpe, county com. .$ 9 00R .. Chicago News.Asvlkar .
Is hereb alien that the followlnc-

rrya. It pays to plant W XTirriCB Ufe .
ssj Ssmss tser Iwsj.To
) bis x mark TJlayesW A Conkling, ferryman. . 3 00II l> nsmsd settler baa (lied rMHIee of ble Intention Spit
\ J Tucker, O S Tucker Cain, 00J iMllar Keeper."There's u> make fliwl proof In support of bisrUlin. quit tobaeeo easily and forsrsr,be minntuj (-
f ERRY'S W T Hayes, 15 20J .ami that said pr Mitchell James 0 e d Houston, county com no end to these lecturing < larkllrrnll Charles Charlie Williams, N Waller, n 40J fellows. Here's Dr. Sveu lied In, the W, IS0S, vlxt Klndrmllr. Orlltls, of Tltns llle of, stron All drugglsW, Wo er II. Curecuaranteed.
rie Homestead 11S20, fa* the eaat-hslf
a 00J
K Walker
smous Seeds// J R Carter J L Casper Mendel. . . 8 40D Swedish explorer, who Is received In southeast ,|iiarter .of section 40, township 21, Blerllag. Itooklel Bemedy.co and,,sample Chisago free.or New Address Yorlc
south range SS east.He
J Wynn,
LGaukien. prosecuting attorney 3H 33T Paris witb as much enthusiasm a* was naaies the following witnesses to prove ble
DM Bryant, JML.HBSmlth J Cockshut, registration officer. It 01J given Hansen." / continuous realdenee upon, and eultlvatum of,
Let's be isn't Iledln said land, via s Hrock Kevels,of Tllusvllle, rla j jHsnt All communications for this Tshouia
ATSanderW F Wooten, pt. com., asses., 200 00 "Thunder I hope rotrb.of Tltosvllle, rta.t MaakTiwker.ofTltusrlUe fly paper
Electric light co . 9 00 this way." Cleveland Plain Dealer. rU.C.I>. riovdVof Tltusvllle, tU.W. be a N WallerJ Cocoa W Beecher, John Keen S Jones, salary as county jndge 73 00 attention.
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-+ ISDIAK RIYER IDYGCATE. +- disaster which befell the French pull all together. The Judge Is Convention. Credentials of the delegates SAYE MONEY And Bny From *#**

liner La Burgoyne last week. well known, is able and upright in must be signed by the chairman and

While there should have been a his dealings, and fully equal to secretary of the primary or mass meeting The
A WSSKtV JOOKXAI.DSTOTBD TO TBB DBVBfcOPMaxT at which they were elected.
OV TBS UD1AS JMVSJt, UI1 cool and courageous crew, there sustaining the high honor and res- different precincts are entitled to the T BOT7RS

WORTH AD BIHCAVXB AT SBOTIOIIS. was only a terror-stricken mob. ponsibility of the office ; and his following representation ,

Fists, oars and even knives were numerous friends throughout the Precinct No. 1, LaGrange, 2 delegates;
No. 2, Titusville, 4; No. 3, City Point, 1; Grain Fejd Garden Seeds Flour
fUVLItUED XVKBY yitlDAV.Chablki used against helpless women and state rightlvthlnk that after working No. 4. Kockledge, 4; No. 9, Eau Uallie, Hay, ,

children, and the thought is ap- faithfully for his party during 3; No. Melbourne, 4; No. 7, Malabar.

K. WALTOX, Editor & Proprietor.DI paling that out of all saved there the past thirty years, he is entitled 2; No. 8, Sebastian, 1; No. 9, St. Lucie,3; Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.
No. 10, Eden 3 No. 11 Fort Dram, 1
was but one woman, the rest being to some, substantial recognition. ; ;
cnntlimanoe of advt*. mail b mads personally It is to be that at the So all.i No. 12, Narrows, 1; No. 13, Georgian*,
atthlsofllce or by writing. men. say we 2; No. 14, Merritt, 2; No. 15, Canaveral, Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless ubeast.
investigation the blame will be 1 ; No. 10, JIaulover, 1; No. 17, Spruce sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for man gr|
clearly and Juirtly fixed, and that the eureka Watermelon. Blun> l; No. 18, Ankona, 2; No. 10, Only quotations
Check,eto., may be made payable to CuiumH. Micco, 1; No. 20, Banyan, 1; No. 21, street.
whoever is at fault will, if alive, be Office: 124 W. Bay JACKSONVILLE
and FLA.P.
Waltos,publisher proprietor .
White City, 1; No. 22, Woodley, 1.
dealt with their deserts.
according to Orlando, Fla., James T Hooo, B. W. Goode,
Address all communications to No earthly power, however, July 12, 1608. Secretary. Chairman.Banyan. Try

INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, can assauge the grief of those Editor Indian Iliiier Advocate: E. McMURRAY a Sample el

TlTtlVILLB, FLOBIDA.IT. whose loved ones perished. Dear Sir I have another Florida wonder OUR $25.00 OK
I want to tell the Advocate readers &

The article entitled "The Anglo. about, as I know tbey will be interested We are having plenty of rain and mos BAKER. HORSE FARM
S. department of Agriculture American Alliance," by Lady In |t as much as was the writer of this quitoes. .
letter. In driving out to my pinery the
Weather llureau Jupiter, Fla. Frances Cook, a former prominent other morning I stopped at a wayside Young pines ara growing very fast WAGOH.CALL'FOR .

and well-known resident of New stoie and bought watermelon for dessert since the rains began. 1} Axles, 1| Tires, Patent wheels, double box, shafts and Spring Sent

The following is a comparative state- York city, which appears on the for my Monday lunch. Being always There was a dance at Mr. Otwells on Bicycles, Sundries, etc.

merit of temperature and rainfall for the 2nd page of this isau* of the but melon cut hungry It in,half I did, and not with wait a until teaspoon noon,, Wednesday evening.Mr. Main and Church Sts., - JACKSONVILLE, FLA.t .

week ending Tuesday, July 12, 180* Advocate, is well worth perusing.In tried it. I took a mouthful or two, and and Mrs. J. M. Field were visiting

an able and interesting manner as melon hungry as I was, I stopped eating in Ueorglana on Snnday.R. .
Cook enumerates the and commenced to examin my treasure. The NewSeMen
Lady briefly C. Creech took advantage of the excursion
Why, in all my experience In melon
various reasons by which the world to visit Miami and the soldiers.
patches when a boy, and even later
While down there he secured a situation
in general would be benefited by In life, and during army times, when
and will there in few days.
the union of the United States and some confiding darkey would drive into return a Door

England, and her views on this camp with a load of melons for sale. The plneappeorop! has about all been Cypress Company
mucb-talked-of show that when the boys would surround him, audin marketed on account of the long continued ,
question less time than you could say "JackItoblnson drought. The fruit was very small
Total rainfall for the week: 1.40 Inches she has a clear conception of national ," bis load of melons would this year, and consequently brought very

Departure from normal rainfall for the affairs, both at home and vanish like snow In a midsummer sun; poor prices, the growers having got very
week: plus 0.31 Inches. Departure abroad, and also that she realizes and with all of this experience before, I little out of them.Mrs. Opened October 1st, 1H), turned the steam on to

from normal rainfall since January 1, the consummation of such alliance never had tasted anything so perfectly C. L. Stewart received the sad
an One of the and Best Equipped Door Sash
minus 13.M inches.J. delicious and lovely"as this specimen, it news of her mother's death, who died on Largest ,
would be the ,
a great help to rich sweet red and luicy,
W. Cromk, Observer. being a blight the fourth of this month, at her home in

further of enlightenment peace and libertylovingmankind. and happiness with seeds the a size dark and brown shape color of, an and apple precisely Stewart the northern has the part sympathy of this of state.the entire Mrs. and General Wood Working Plants in the United States.

TITUSVILLE. One hundred and seed The no melon larger.was, if anything, apparently community in her troubles. And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eight
south of Jackson sweeter toward the outside rind than years in, Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect tba ben
ville. Is the county seat of 11 re van t. ItIh possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production ill
The Railroad Commission than in the centre, It being red and cover
M the head of navigation on the famous Georgia sweet to within a quarter of an inch of Courtenay. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, etc
Indian River, and Is In the orange, pinespple is getting after the telegraph
the outside rind, and was, beyond question
and section of the East Miss Nanle Is relatives
venerable and companies, for these Harper visiting
express the finest specimen of a melon I
Coast. It has five white churches, good at Banyan.F. .
schools, residences and stores, tannin companies have been cited to appear ever feasted upon. CHAS. N. WELSHANS
before them, at Atlanta on Never having seen or heard of any. t. Whltlock still "holds the fort"at ,
and Ice facloi i s, bank, newspaper, two ,
thing like it before, I concluded it was a Hotel de Tiffin.J. .
hotels,several boarding houses, two railroads July 19, and show cause, if any
freak but I saved most carefully
stenmboat line, electric lights, they can, why they should not be ;and every back I bought four A. nalstins, of Banyan, was in town
shelled streets, etc. For hunting and on my way one day last week. CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR
fishing, this section Is excellent, and Is ked to be guilty of exactions more of the same lot, and saved the PLASTER
seeds them all. From this time farmers out ,
quite paradise for hunters and yachts in violation of the Commission'srules. from Our are busy planting
forward I shall be "strictly In it'* In one sweet potatoes since the rains set In.J. .
men. The hammock land for orange, The Georgia Railroad Commission
of the finest melons in the world.Capt. HAIR AND LATH. **
sugar and vegetable growing Is said tobe has taken the position that A. E. Wilson. O. Bast and W. C. Adams joined the
some) of the finest in the State. the excursionists on their trip to Miami last
the Western
requirement by lastSaturday. State Agent L. & !M. Paints and Oils.
Union Telegraph and the Southern A CONGRESSIONAL
that their E. E.Johnson, of Cocoa, preached Old 'Phone 8
Express companies patrons )uK 13 Hogan Street
The last case of yellow fever atJfcllenry CONVENTION to quite a large congregation here last ,
Miss., has been discharged pay the war tax on messages Sunday morning and evening. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

; and now, so far" as we and receipts as a condition precedent Of the Second Congressional District The sailing yacht, Lady Agnes, of Sebastian
to'the sending of telegrams of Florida, at DeLand, Fla., Wednesday, of
know there Is not one in brought up a party young
and packages amounts to an exaction July 20, 18!>8. people, last week, to look at the young
the United States afllicted with
of the Second
The Democratic Party
of that much in addition to ostriches. .HAMMOND PACKING CO.
this dreaded disease. Congressional District of Florida will
the usual rates. hold a Congressional Convention at De- . ...

Land, Fla., on Wednesday, July 20th, at Georgiana.VeSey .
TnE safety of Ilobson and his STATE BOARD OF HEALTH. 3 p. m., for the purpose of nominating a (Formerly The G. H. Hammond Co.)
companions while as prisoners at democratic candidate for congress from Hall carried the mail during
Santiago could not be assured the Second district of Florida, and to the absence of our regular In consequence of the arising of transact such other business as may carrier, W. D. Owen.
while the bombardment was proceeding come before the convention. "Coin
several which Special" hams and breakfast bacon
and the news of their exchange questions upon our The different counties In the Second Some of the folks that have gone north
was gratifying to all State Health Officer J. Y. Porter Congressional District of Florida will for the summer are wishing they were "Coin Special" canned meats."Calumet" .
very was a little doubtful. Attorney- send delegates to the convention upon back again, to get a cool breath of fresh
Americans. general W. B. Lamar has sent toGov. the following basis of representation: air. hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .

W. D. Bloxhatn' opinion asto One delegate for each 101 votes ,c; st for Alford nail left on the steamer St. leaf lard.

In addition to the distressing how far the Jurisdiction of the the Democratic Congressional candidate Augustine last week, tot his home at
the election In 1WXI. one
losses of life and limb 'already state In health matters extends. at delegate for the fraction- excess Fort Pierce. After being there several Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .
days, be was not so well as when here.We .
caused by our war with Spain, itis His reading of the law is as follows thereof, when It amount* i<> fifty ormore. compound lard
computed that the war when The counties under this rule will had a good rain last week, much sausages
ended will have cost each individual : be entitled to representation as follows: to the comfort and delight of everybody.Aiteslan and all Packing House Products.
"The war power Is lodged by the Constitution water is vervgood to fight fire
in the United States (irrespective of the United States In the Congress with, but not so good for cooking and FLORIDA BRANCH : JacksonYille Fla.23T .
of sex, age or color) ten dollars. of the United States. That Constitution washing purposes.R. ,
The cost of the and the laws of the Congress Write us for and
aggregate In B. Burchflel's many friends will be quotations, you will be pleased.
passed pursuance thereof are the supreme
Is about two millions a know his is much better
war day.We law of the land. The? Congress glad to that arm
lie has been harvesting his wheat
has made
a.formal declaration of war,
and If the crop, the expenses being only $.((0 per 21 JFWELCD.
IftjHUry authorities doem it
notice that some people are WATCHES CLOCKS
day during harvesting season.
\\l still issuing checks without afllxing necessary t4 tiring the sick and wounded ,
of our army and the prisoners captured Harvey Beaver, W, D. Owen, n. K.
the necessary two-cent war In battle through the state Into the Hughes and wife, and Miss Myrtle Baldwin
stamp, although by such action United States, for treatment and military The counties will select their delegates went to .Miami on the excursion. 3TT"ravsHMiwi Jewelry Diamonds
they lay themselves liable to no confinement, they can do so despite the in any manner which may be They report a most enjoyable trip, and ,
deemed bestr the acting
quarantine laws In force In the state In by people, are enthusiastic in their praise of the
light penalty, Any attempt at ordinary times of peace. The nation Isat through the party organization,as recognized grnerous hospitality of the people ofMiami. Sopnirs, Wedding Rings and Presents.IF .
evasion of the hew law by dating war, and the national power is supreme by the last Congressional convention. The main object of the trip was

back when a check has actually for the present over the state authorities to see the troops, which was a grand
been issued on or utter July 1, is In this respect. While martial All democrats are invited to -participate thereto sight. Mr. Hughes has a cousin in the f lr.yy FIHE WATCH and JEWELRI REPA1RIM
also One. law has not been declared In Florida, in the selection of delegates 1st Texas, which has the reputation of Silver***
punishable by a heavy those who have become
and, therefore, the maxim inter armaUgra Including being the best regiment in Miami. a SPECIALTr>
sitcnl Is not applicable, yet the qualified to vote since the last election.
Spain would have done better to laws of Congress declaring war and The chairman and secretary of each Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way. K. J. RILE3,
send to E. TOU NEED Good Reliable
convention will S.Crill a and
its conduct In county FUA
authorising force
are 225 W. Bay St. Jacksoxvillx, -
have kept the fleets of Cevera and and these supersede the state quarantine chairman, Palatka, a written or Widely-read Newspaper, Subscribe for | ,
Caraara at home, for the former- regulations to the extent of the inquiry printed copy of names of such delegates the Advocatb.
comprising the flower of the Spanish made by the State Health Officer." as are elected to the Congressional con
S. Crill
boats, three being modern, first- ventlon.W.JP. Axokrhox, Chairman.,

class armored cruisers has been FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE.It Sec pro. tern. PLANT SYSTEM.If .

totally destroyed; and the latter

has cost Spain about 1500,000 for At a meeting of the Dade CoqntyiDemocratlo CALL FOR A REPUBLICAN

the useless privilege of making two Executive Committee COUNTY CONVENTION.

trips through the Suez canal. held at West Palm Beach last you are going anywhere, whether it be to the

week, the following resolution was call is hereby Issued for a Republican

The Second Congressional District ottered and unanimously adopted ; the County town of Convention Melbourne, ,to at be Stewart's held In North South East West Northwest

convention will be held atDeLand "Resolved, That, In the candidacy of Hall, Tuesday, July 20th, 1SIW. at 7o'clock ,

on Wednesday next, the the Hon. Minor S. Jones, of Brevard p. m., to nominate one representative
20th Inst., when, without the shadow county, for the office of Circuit Judge of for the legislature, one tax assessor or Southwest
of a doubt, Hon. Robt. W. this circuit, we, the Demucratlo Executive one treasurer, three members for ,
Committee of Dade county,, board and to
recognise school to serve two years;
Davis the much-beloved friend of
hisemtnentqualiticatlonsand fitness elect delegates to the State and Congressional REMEMBER THAT THE
Florida and her people will deservedly for said office, and respectfully urge Convention, to be held atOeala
receive a re-nomination. upon our Governor the wisdom of his August 0th and 10th, 18U8; and
Congratulations in advance, Bob. appointment." to transact such other business aa m. y of Railways and
The Advocate voices the sentiments come before the convention. PLANT. SYSTEM

of our and Delegates to the County Convention Steamship Lines
has now been provided for by prosperous go- will be selected In the usual manner, by
neighbor- Dade county. primary In each precinct, called by the
bill that not more than two- Judge Jones is getting well- Republican Precinct Committee, or, in wrrn gateways at

thirds of the men to be employed merited support from all along the ease there Is no Precinct Committee In

in taking the next census of the East Coast, and his prospects for any precinct, the delegate* may be Port Tampa. Sanford, Jacksonville,
elected at a mass meeting or primary
United States are to be from one
securing the Judgeship of the
called three of said
by any republicans Charleston
political party. Eight republicans Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida precinct. The chairman or secretary of Montgomery, Tifton

four democrats and one populist appear to be particularly bright. such mass meeting shall forward a certified Ask for Dr. Ede.Vs FOISTS,
llomoepathic AND VARIOUS OTHER
make the house list of elected to the secretary
up new committee The press, the bar, and the people delegates
on the census. The in of thin committee three days HEADACHE POWDERS.MIAMI. With Its
way throughout the circuit are giving previous to the meeting of the County All-the-Year-Round
which the bill hurried
was through their support unstintingly to this

though has excited some comment, grand old democrat, who is among Is the
as no appointments under the bill the earliest and most progressive Daily Service

are to be made before next year, settlers of Brevard county; and Best Route,

and the proceeding is thought by the Advocate again strdngly com.

some to oe a trifle suspicions. mends him to the people as its Hotel Miami MIAMI, FLORIDA. And that all Information can Jbe'obUined Promptly by

choice. Volusia joins with us; Addressing or Calling on
The stirring scenes"occasioned Osceola says be is the right man
The largest all-the-year-round hotel in the hundred F. M. JOLLY Division Agen*.
city. Eight feet Passenger
with obscured for the
by our war Spain are position, and Orange and (
by the stories told of the Lake counties will uphold him with broad verandas. Rates, $3.00 per day and upward. 138 West Bay St., Astor Block, W-

awful figbr for life attending the a long pull, a strong pull, and.a MRS. JULIA D. TUTTLE, Owner. B. W. WRENN Jacksonville,
Pawenger Traffic; Manager, Savannah, Ga.


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West Palm Beach.

The Ilome Guards disbanded last

pointed! l" at"l "ommtttee was ap /" m k
gather In the guns.

L "J!!" anil Gene Plmlck, v.ho
established branch businesses at
Miami, were in town Tuesday.S. aFEOIJLI PEICES

n. Happeisett was on the Bick list

last week, being confined to his room for <_>
several days. He Is now out again and
at his old post of duty.T. .

T. Rei>se is now acting as cashier G3r o -""- r s.il
W x for Agent Williams, of the F. E. C. Ry., __
vloe Mr. .Marshall, who resigned several

days ago.C. -__ __ac ox.cOL _r ortlll-lor.
W. Tierce, Boynton'a hustling merchant hiLH Price $25.00.GUARANTEED J3T* Before buying the following Matettaln be sure and apply tous

visits town every day or so now
Absolutely Pure to look after hi father, H. D. Pierce, of ANALYSIS: for prioes, and wo will prove to you we can save yon money,

Tlypoluxo, who is here under the doc ....
tor's care.R. Ammonia Molatnra. 5 6 to to 10 Si STEAMED BONK, RAW BONK, K

A. McPherrin K<|iial to Sulphate of Ammonia... to ai BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE,
propiietor of the Available I'huniihorlo Acid 5 to
HV>1 auUM WOOtS oo.,mw YOB*. Lake Worth Ice Woiks, returned here Kipial to Hon* i'boMihate of line 11 to 1.1i DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA,
Saturday night lta l> KJ () .,4*....... i 5 to 6to
accompanied by Kiiual to Sulphate or PoUi.ll 10M SULPHATE OF AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS
family, after an extended trip to his old M Kiie>ia, Lime,Soda, eto. to WO ,
CrWrite for Special Pamphlet.K .
Miami. Mrs. L. II. Decker vent to Miami on COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAIN1T AND POTASHES.Ploame .
Tuesday night, to assist Wm. Helm and _r Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0
Chas. Miller In their lestaurant and H f
Hotel Miami is doing a fine business, lunch counter business* Mrs. D. will prices.

itblch proves its populailty.Jlrs. have the general supervision of this
John B. Rellly and son are spondng of the business. part Correspond with u before boing induced to buy from DoulofH. Send for tt.Melbourne.

the summer at New Haven, Conn.Jlrs. hi Pamphlet. .

.ovoral. E.days L. past Brndy visiting has been her in husband.W. town for. Co.Buy, St.direct lumber Augustine from and,the and other Builders'save building the lumberyard Supply material . LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.,

M. Brown, wife and children arrived man's commission.Eden..
from Tltusville last week to make

i short stay. Tcicss3or.TrIllo, FrIca,_

Miss Kittle McDonald expects to sojourn .

at New Haven, Conn., for some
Mesdames Richards and Waters afternoon they were the guests of tho2nd
:iniB this summer. were Alabama Infantry Vol., whero they
calling Monday.
The Royal Palm musicales are largely OOODE & DOODK. Real Entara'aml Ixuem.A were entertained loyally by Major 8. J.Pngh The Premier Flour of America.
ittended and greatly enjoyed, especially Postmaster Whipple paid Tltusville a Kent for -Ktn.i, Iomlon anil Liverpool and M. D., Captains (>. Foster, H. B.
by the military. visit one day this week. Olohe,and Imperial Fire Inanranre. Special May,'Lieut. Charles Allen and others at
attention paid to tha Interest, of non re l- where witnessed
headquarters they
John Miller's house is about ,
Quite a number of Tltusville people just completed tlenta.WHEN1.
guard mount, and were entertained by
and looks
excuuionIn nice.
ame down on last Saturday's very special muale bv their fine band, and by
fact, they came from nearly everyplace YOU OO TO MKXllOURXK call at the Unexcelled Biscuit
Coast. The Rev. Mr. Butler, of Melbourne, ltutunr, Mm. Cliaa J, F. Campbell A Co., Millinery camp songs. The 2nd Alabama camp isa
along the preached here last Sunday morning, Notion., Iirv flooiln, IjkIIbh' realtymiiile new one and the boys will havo to do
anil woven limterwear, Fnrrla* Renowned lots of hard work mako it look
While nothing definite is known hereof yet to as
T. J. Hemphill, of Altoona, Pa., expects Cornet*,eto., embroidery anil colored silks,
the assignment of more troops to this to start for the south this week.We souvenir spooni), Stationery,eta.HOTFr. they wish, but It will not take thoao
place, a site for three more regiments noble fellows long to put it in good For and
log been selected. have had rain for almost a week, BRLT.KVrE. MELROCRJJE. VLA.Ix order. We drove through all the camps
which will do the late pines a great deal >velv view of Indian River. In a .haltered and out toward the drill grounds, wheiowe
Hotel Miami, under the able management of good. situation 8tt|>erlor accommodation*. Moderate met the trootm returning from three
of Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle, is meeting rates. hours hard march and di ill fueling tired
with much success. (Nearly 240 persons Quite a number of people from here W. R. CAMPBELL, rrojirlem\ but all looked cheerful.Daytona.. Bread Pastry.JACKSONVILLE
.lined there on Sunday last. went on the excuision to Miami last *s* .

Last Saturday, Private Vllliabo, of Saturday. HOTEL RIVERSIDE, MELHOITRNK, FLA.,. _Nsi__
overlooking Indian River: bomelika amtoni.modations .
J. T. Waters is building quite an jg&iasrs-
Company M, First Louisiana Regiment, and good board. Ratea SI A0 per
who had been sick since and before his extensive gardeu-house on his place. He day or fO.OO to 7. irrlval here, died of chronio malarial also has over 100 ducks. people.location of room. CHAS.Hwclnl| T.MollRIliK.Proprietor.rate, to .River The dust has been pretty thoroughly Represented by F. M. BURST, FLA,

dysentery.Cnpt. Miss Dovie and Master David Spratt, laid In this neighborhood.

K. E. Rose, a well-known agricultural of Sebastian, passed through here, Monday The town bonds have been placed at
expert from Klssimmee, arrived on their way home from Miami.J. LFOV A. TEEK, M. I)., PHYSICIAN AND par six per cent Interest.

here late last week, bringing with him 8URGKON, Melbourne, Flu. Henry Thompson and family, late of SEEDS Field and Garden SEEDS.

several prominent Northerners. They D. CKAIin krops a flrat-clwn Saloon. Wines Nassau have moved to Jacksonville.Mrs. .
ireKuests of Hotel Miami. been*, whtklen, brandy anil rum, Importedanil Clifford McFudden ariivod In town ,
ilofiPHtlo rlfcara, tobacco an The site for the Red Cross hospital, tobe Price of liquor* from S'J.OIt to SB oo per Ballon.
donated by II. M. Flagler, has been orders.Prompt Terms attention Caali.to Coooa telegraph, tin.J. and mall O. O. Oleason and friend stopped Ohio.Troy's. left on Sat unlay, for Manstleld, Largest Seed House in the State.

selected on the bay front, to the north of 1>. CKABB, Ajt.Roseland. here over night last Monday, while on
the Royal Palm grounds. The erection their way to Miami.. livery stable has changed hands.
of the building will soon commence. The new pronrlelois being Mossrs.Macks Special Varieties of Corn for Florida, Sued* for Koddor crops.
We are plensed to see little Willie
McBildeout of doors again, and hope ha AMoMlllen.We Cassava Seed, 7.1o. per ion, best. Send for Trloo List.L. .

When in want of any kind of building will soon be able to be among bis play are trying to keep cool these exciting
material, in car loads or otherwise, the L. C. Moore took In the Miami ex mates. times, and both Ice factoiles have to CAMERON. Seedsman,

Builders' Supply Co., at St. Augustine, cursion.Mrs. Quite a number of the Melbourne run to enable us to do It. 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FIA.

tIU be pleased to make you a delivered E. M. Stokes, who has been visititing >le attended the Military Ball in thoKoyal The Royal Palm on her return trip to Also
peiu I'aper Shell I'oaoan Trees 1 to a Olusteo stook $13 100.
have years, per
price at station. You noagent's
your her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I). Cain, Palm hotel at Miami, on Monday Jacksonville, took some of the machinery
or middleman's commission top returned Wednesday, to Woodley. night. All report a splendid time.Wm. from the Bishop Fibre Factory, on Mill

y. Allen Campbell, who has been doing Gil more, of Jensen, came up Island.
considerable work on his grove here, has last Tuesday to spend a few days with Jacob Hlough picked ten bushels of
St. Augustine. returned to his place in Melbourne.We his friend, Rev. W. C. Barnes, before peaches Wednesday: and his strawberry CHESEBRO BROTHERS *

are now having rain every day, leaving for a visit to his home in Englaud. patch, which began healing In January,

Miss Lillie Rolleston In visiting friends but as yet no- one has complained of is still at work.Rev. .

in Jacksonville this week.Robt having had too much.Qnlnn More troops are expected to pass R. O. Payne finds the parsonage WHOLBSALKCJommisson

Ranson was among those who Gibson, pumper for the railroad through our town soon. Let our citizens rather lonesome, Mrs. Payne, the children
all join in giving these brave boys and Mrs. Chapln having gone to
went to Miami on last Saturday's excursion. at this place, was on the sick list
one day, but Is now working again. in blue a warm welcome.. Melbourne is Cleveland, Ohio, for the summer.In Jfasii Dealers,
her kind
noted in the Miami camp for the on the Fourth, the
yacht race
About thirty peopte from here took treatment to the boys who have passed boats won In the following order!
idvantage of the cheap trip to Miami south. Let keep our good name.
last week.J. Eau Gallie. us up "Hurrah," B. F. Hough; "Mischief," No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New York.SrKCIALTIKS .
Last Saturday evening a jolly party of F. Collins; Flirt," L. II. Robblns; "Aha-
W. Estes and son returned this Mel bourne!tes joined the excursion going Aha," D. P. Morrill. The other boats : Spanish Mackerel, Hheephead, Pompano, Dlucflah, Rod

week from Miami, where Mr. Estes has a Heavy rains are of dally occurrence.Mrs. to Miami, leaving here at S:30: a. m. and did not make the full course.A bnappors, Klngflsh, Trout, Green Turtle, Itedhead and Cnnvas-bnck Ducks.

large branch dry goods store. J. B. Smith has gone Into the aniving In that beautiful city of palms branch of the Labor Exchange Association
at 2S10 p.m., Sunday, where we found Stencils promptly supplied. Hefeiences furnished If desired..
There were numerous candidates for cattle business. has been oiganizod, having as JW
portions as postal clerks and carriers in Rev. IL M. Prince Is In very poor in waiting a Carriages crowd of and citizens'buses to were welcome officers Rev. C. W. Arnold, president;
the examination held here Saturday last. us. Mrs. N. E. Arnold, secretary and accountant.
health. there to convey all who wished to go to Rev. C, W. Arnold, Hon. C.II. .
Rev and Mrs. J. N. MacGonigle have Representative Hardee was In town the well-kept hotels; for no town of its Spencer and Cleo. J, Hcrannell form FOR SALE. HpmerGrown
gone to Miami to stay a month or so, in Sunday, shaking hands with his numerous size is better prepared with fine hotels the Boaid of Trustees.At ..
the hope that the change will prove friends.Mrs. to entertain guests. Among those from
beneficial to the latter'* health. Melbourne were Mrs. It. W. Hatnlla and the democratic primary held In the PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS -V-
J. H. D. Smith and daughter took two children, Mrs. R. W. Ooode and armory, on Saturday evening, to elect
the Thanksgiving services were held at advantage of the excursion to visit lelatlves daughter, Miss Jessie, Dr. C. II. Stewart, delegates to the convention to be held InDeLand Of the following Varieties lAbbaka
vaiious St. Augustine churches last at Miami. Miss Martin', the Messrs. 8. F. Olbbs, on Thursday, the following

Sunday* proclamation., in accordance with the President' Morning and evening service will beheld A. S. Fee, F. C. Conkllng, Wm. Chaffee, Sentlemen were chosen to represent this Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, Ripley Queen, Smooth
St. John's church next Sunday, Fred Fee, Alex. J. Ooode.Mrs. ( Chas. M. Bingham, jr., U. L.
Several former members of the Light Rev. at B. F. Brown officiating.A R. W. Ooode asks the Indies of Smith, Henry Schmidt, F. L. Rogers and Cayenne, Peroambuco and Red Spanish.

Infantry have recently Joined the Florida will be held tomorrow the East Coast to unite In lending a Ueo. K. Popptll.As Apply to O. C. MATTHAMS. Florida IMnenpple Co.,

regiment of volunteers. The recruits republican Saturday primary) at 1 p. m., at the helping hand to those biave boys In blue, a rule, the times are doll enough West Palm Ileacli, Fla.Zff M.
"ere secured by Lieutenant Foster, ( little token useful the the lightning
office of Uleason Bros., to elect delegates either by sending or throughout country, yet
recruiting officer. convention, at Melbourne, things for camp life or letters with words has been making things lively inDaytona.
From a letter recently received from to 2lth.county of cheer, and when near enough to the It took a chance at a boat In If you lined any Job piloting, weahallbe .I BDT OR SELL.
the July visit the boys. If only on one die lower end of town, then culled st ..
seat of war by one of our citizens, it camps to pfujiaoil to (jet a share of it.
spears that there Is still much sutlerK The Literary Association met at the day each week to speak kind words to Mayor (love's, It hit a palmetto In the
"> experienced by the natives of- Cuba, reading rooms last Saturday evening, them or even a kind look It helps smooth yard and then roosted for a while on his Confederate Money, Bonds &
'" in to the scarcity of food and proper and discoursed "Tennyson." An interesting the rough road to war, over which they fence. It finally struck the town building 5" rIf you receive a sample copy of
clothing. Much, however, has been musical programme was enjoyed have volunteered to go to defend our and how the persons who were In it the AftvovATK, It Is an Intimation that POSTAGE STAMPS.
"ono by the Americans to help the in addition to the lendeiing of several honor and nation. Only those who visit escaped with their lives is n marvel. It would Rive u* pleasure to add your Largest stock In the world. Address
troops in this literary selections.Mr. their camps can begin to see what war Miss Slough, librarian, was In the reading name to our fast-Increasing list of sub
respect.Ankona. CHAS. D. HAUKEK Atlanta Go.
found the scribers. It does not coat you three ,
J. D. Crabb, of Cocoa; means to these brave boys, who nave room, and was lying on
and Mrs.
and Mrs. Peter Myers, left homes of wealth to live a life ofhardships. ll.Htr unconscious, though fortunately cents per week (pontage Included) when
Mrs. Fred Losley children left No lady need fear Insult bot Injured. In thecouncil room were taken by the year, and It can be sent to
their ,
of Tltusville, with steamer from an American volunteer, as ramiof James Carnell, of Ormond, and the von in any part of the United States or COTTON
evening per
here Tuesday The party win them are real gentlemen and look driver of the Standard Oil Co's. wagon.Tbey Canada without extra expense.MTB .
Miss Violet Heckles, of nobe Sound, Spartan, for Oceanus. at Cocoa with respect at ladles as they would were both very murU shocked Indued
' 'he guest of Mrs, Geo. Saeger. occupy the Taylor cottage show their mothers, slaters or sweet by such conduct on the part of the
lit cent
.A number of Ankonaites celebrated Beach. hearts. These vlait* would help the electricity. Mr. Carnell' thinks f>ayton. Ouiiritnteo |>er ...

the Fourth at Fort Pierce and Tltusville.Mrs. Alex Near, Ernest Taylor, E. Klnnlard, dear boys In .many ways, for they would altogether too lively a place for him.Capt. Eleven l.ind fronts Indian
A. Hodgson, Al Good, John Houston, vie with each other in keeping neat, Douglitsa had just gone home to acres pn
Eugene Wallard and little daughter and several others were passengers to clean c.imp and then It would help shut the windows. The lightning broke nd Danana Itlvorj small cottage, 2 artesian
are visiting Mrs. Cora Chatfee. Miami on last Saturday's excursion. All break up the Hum drum of every day his chair and wrecked his umbrella. Had wells, HW nice orange trees, 11,000 IIa

Ming Annie Morris and Mrs. Rooks, of"Site returned Tuesday, except Ernest Taylor, camp life and keep nMoy >( the Hoys he been in his u ual seal? How it was Pineapple plants, shipped over 200 crates
who remained to help J. H. D. Smith from gelling borne sick, which kllla assure that building escaped being set on tire isan ; Knavas, mangoes, Japan persimmons
City, were pleasant callers r the Hungry and other fruits on place. Price
and lemonade TACKLE
J* deal out pies as bullets.As enigma. 1,500. Address II, Advocate office.Tltosvllle FISHING ,
soldiers.Rev. moat of Munday, few went Fla.
It rained ,
Chas.* a Holmes, formerly of A-konn. Howard, who succeeds Rev. S. F.Gove to vlall the U. V. camps, but nearly Orange Grove -ml Jteairfence Superior quality Linen GUI Netting
!? resident recent
of Illinois
was a Incumbent for this district Monday. Cant. A. J. Ooode, made from Knox's Scotch thread.
visitor.A as Baptist all went on for Sale.A .
preached here last Sunday, for the his mother and sister, Miss Jessie, were ...HENRY A. MEISTER,.. Samples and estimates cheerfully furnished.
large party of Eden and AnkonaP first time, to large congregations for this Invited out Monday to dine with the fine grove and garden property of Corks, Leads, Lines, etc.
'ple enjoyed surf-bathing and a plculoamoer time of year. The new minister Is m Messrs. Rutherford E, Hill, MahlonMneed 12 acres, fronting on the Indian Iilrer rinsT-CLAss
at the beach Saturday. graduate of Stetson University, and Jesse Ylngllng, J. E. Sewell.of and extending back to tbe county road *. 8. JOIIKSOX A co

The bnaiest of the shipping seais made a favorable Impression a an earnest Co. K, 2nd Texas Vol., where a real at 8herpes about 14 miles south ofTitusvllUs Barber and Hair Dresser Manufacturers,
part devout man. aoldlers* dinner was served In genuine known as tbe Brock place; BALTIMORE UO.WoTaBA .
" > and young 121 South St., ,
now over, and all the growers and style. The menu was as follows: 500 bearing trees; good bouse, four None but skilled workmen employed.
realized very good returns. It Is estimated Fred Fisher has moved his boats and six camp Baked macaroni, fried bacon, bot rolls, rooms and kitchen; servants' house and Private room for lad lee' balr dressing
that Mr. llamor had the largest fish camp here from Cocoa, barrels canned tomatoes, hard-tack and water. packing house. Price, 1,500.00. and Shampooing. IUzom put la order.1U for Wlttf Cants.Oosraatead .
V0?; while those of Geo. Saeger and L. boats has gone to fishing. Ten For dessert the boys served fresh French Apply to East Hay St. Bath Rooms. tebaeao bit ear*,make* weak
' Wdred were next.j shipped the rolls and maple syrup, but this was ItoBBiJrs 4 ObaHAM, mastros.. blood pure, sue,- Ail druggist*.
TJ, Pet Spaniel, belonging to Conor Inz plentiful.good starter.and Charlie Duke, extra purchased with their own money.Tbe Attys. for owner*,. ,
? Stelnhart Jumped off when the afternoon's fish 2nd Texas are a fine set of noble Titnsvllle,
2 "> stopped at North Ankona station, catching 700-lbs. In one fellows, mostly business -tea, and tbelr

va' "n<* >"t Itself in the ham- ing. camps are kept as clean as if they bad ahousewife. fa* nrtr Cms*.
* In perfect order.Tbey Tbe ADYOGATE does neat clean Job Printing.
until fouad by Mr. Rawllnson, an order/or any Every thing GtuvraaUMd tofc eo baM care, snakes weak ,
no returned It to ita owner, much to [Send the AdvoC-t need. pride themselves on this. In) the a a*wob blood pure, tos,W. AU dru ic-
"> printing you ]
gratitude of that gentleman. Job


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and pleased, and*commence plucking my

Strawberries dress, unfastening strings and buttons Tfie Tropical Trunk Line.

with a metry twinkle In' their pleasant

eyes. Then they would run around the

carry better, and larger ber yard for a frolic, expecting that I would Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway.

chase them, which was very amusing.

lies and larger crops are raised Rose Lawn has many attractions aside JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver.

from the ostrich farm. Including costly
when "treated with -="B50ir=rNo. -
liberally buildings, extensive pleasure grounds, la Effect June B8, *98.Lv .
300.1 No. 21 No. 87 |>o.33
deer park, orange grove and gardens, all Local 1040 p; 912a JACKSONVILLE.-..7Tr LoSr

in perfect harmony with the esthetic Tu.Mixed Tb, 11 lOp I 036 a Orange PeoriaMagnolia Parle <

of the who resides at Montreal aiooai 8 61 pm
Potash. taste owner, sad Sot HSSp1140p .
Oka ..Green 0>r Spring*. IMpu800pm
Canada. 3 45s U40S 11 00a Ratauma Falacaa....;.. .$ .

The hotel is quite an Imposing structure Pomona

Heavy applications of the possessing every modern, improvement 4 46S 11 12 00pl'J Ma .Crescent Seville.City Junction........ SHta833am 33 IMpm288pm pin 12 27 p..,
152 a
5 28a 11
with the of electric ... sop.T15p.
exception 63* 3 291 3l>p ....DeLeon Springs. 240am
.Olenwood .........
complete fertilizers, containing lights, a plant for which Is to be added "i'ii p 246sSS6S 1 dip ........Ucresford.... ... 2 23 am 2 88p m

at an opportune moment. Many rare 1 tvp } PeLand { *. 2 10 p m285pm
12 4U|>
not less than 10% actual Potash plants shrubs adorn the grounds, all of 43 8 07 p000S a 1 lip ...Orange. City Juno.. ... 211am140am 14 2 24* p m
48l4fiftp .Enterprise pm
which are familiar to me excepting the Ar ......TmJBVILLEM..LvMt. 110 30 am160pm

should be used. sweet locust which had stopped blooming 3 4U|> Dora
I 4 Ol.pl ,.Tavares ...........
but several seed pods were still 3 3(1( a 40p Ar Sanford rLv *
Our books tell all about the subject They visable on the high branches.A 435 aSI0 8 0 ...Lakeland.. 10 25
re free to farmer, 4 5Sp Slop mg p mlS
any number of fine camphor trees were 6 37 8 20|> ,...Jiartow.Ar lft pro 3ft am
GERMAN K.ALI WORKS, 1010 atssop II lOp Punta Oorda.Lv }1010 pm908am
scattered about the lawn. They are all 6 OSp Tampa 7 37pm ,
York.A .
Nssmu Su New
sj sizes, one of them being some fifteen feet 7 50 as ..Tampa Hay Hotel.Ar '
0 Port Tampa LvLa TOOp m 8S8am
30 aTu. 4Bp
in height, and just coming into bloom; SAFETY COMFORT QUICKTIME LOW RATES !. ., ThnrA RatSun.WedJtFrl.. 9 OOp Port Key Tampa Weit LvAr ArAr 230pm800pm Mon.San.yed Thur&*Krl.Sat

TIFFIN'SOSTRICH clusters of white buds, resembling orange Havana Lv
blossoms, were forming on the Finest Cuisine ami Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville ami New York.

FARM AT outer stems all over the tree. It will be The Fleet It oomposed of tb* following Handsome New Steel Steamers t Daily, t Daily except Sunday. Mon., Wed.and Frl.
Train leaving Jarksonville 2:12 a. m. arrives Gainesville 1 K>8 p. m Ocala 2:00: p. u., LeesW
COURT EN AY FLA.Mr. when lu full bloom. "Comanche" (new> "Cherokee "Seminole.
quite a curiosity "Algonquin, "Iroquois, 3:45: p. m., FrooksvllleS.5ftj>. m. daily.
lines of bamboo Trains SI and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and Tamm.
Long trees, forming North-Bound. and local sleeper tietwoen Jacksonville and Tampa, open for accommodatiou of passengers
J O. Hunt Mr. *
arches of dense shade overhead and Union Station,Jacksonville,at lp.ni.
Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide.
rowed over to Canaveral In his skill last strikingly picturesque, extend along Prom JACKSONVILLE, LA., (calling at Charleston), Sundays, Tuesday*and Thursdays, INDIAN RIVER SERVICE.
w<-ek, arriving at 'Drlfrhtslde" at about from CHARLESTON. 8. C, Monday*. Wednesdays and Friday* Indian River Steamer* leave Tttusvllle 5:15: p. m Mondays and Thursdays for St Lucie Hiv .
both avenues leading from the hotel and For hour ot sailing see"Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville aud Charleston daily papers. and intermediate landings; returning, arrive Titusvtlle Thursdays and Saturdays, couuectini
four p. m. Ills object wns to invito meto with northbound trains.
bungalow to the shore of the Indian
few with Mr. and Mrs.D.ifTorn South-Bound. W. M. COFFIN, D. ACKERLY,
spend a d.iys Itlver and join the steamboat wharf. Steamers aro appnl n ted to sail from Pier 22, East River, New York, at s'p as follows) General Superintendent. General Passenger Agent
who have charge of Mr. Tiffin'sostrich and ,
ForCHARLESTO Mondays, Wednesdays Fridays
The other leads to the hall
farm, where Mr*. DaiTern met dancing for JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays,
swimming pool and boat house.A .
nltlj a severe accident while attending week later after Mr. and Clyde New England and' Southern Lines, (Freight only.)

to the young ostriches.We bidding (Calling at Charleston, 8. C, both ways) Florida East Coast Ry.
Mrs. Daffern good-bye, we drove through "STEAMERS"
started for Oourtenny at six m.
p. the pine woods to the Hall hammock are appointed to sail as follows t
that which is opposite From foot of Hoiran Street.Jacksonville, From Lewis' Wharf, Boston,
evening, directly landing. The forest 11 res were still THURSDAYS. FRIDAYS.Clyde's TIME TABLE NO. IS, IN EFFECT MAY 10, 1808.
home the east shore
"UrlffhUltle on
smouldering, after seating their fiery
of Uanuni* river the distance is said tobo (Readr
wrath for over a week on everything In
four miles from shore to shore one St. Johns River Line.DK .
STATIONS.418pl0 .
that section. The burned, blackened
and h half miles south of Canaveral V. O.Wliilu .
ground, palmetto scrub and trees appeared ( BABY LINE) SUOpI ,
Mr. Uast piled the oars, I watched Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford, Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate landing* on tba St.John's River. 10 Jacksonville .ArSu fltSp
JOB ..
to us like living things that bad been 4 lOp Auirustlne .LvSt. 8 36p
the sheen of purple and gold lllumlnat* The elegant Sldewheel Steamer | 8fta Aat-ustlne... Ar saup
offered sacrifice for the convenience .
as a 4 8Mpjll 10a10pll0S ...Hastings LvLv
the face of the The whole aspect O. DAY."
water. IIAIUtY
lag Ar Palalka. IV TWp
of the herds of cattle that feed in this, T3uilu
of the river was marvulously bonutWful. CAPT. W. A. SHAW.Is Lv .....PalatkaAr. ...Arrxv //l Sip
their natural dominion. "sToplIlTOp .......... ..............San Mateo.Lv .- "S2upTs&p
After we had gone about two miles The river lay cool and placid like a appointed to sail a*follows i 8 80 | T20Yiovrnc San Mateo. Ar 13(5p

en our way, a black cloud loomed up in Leaves Jacksonville. Tuesday* and Saturdays at 5:00 p lu ...aW. FaTaflia..., TEvLv 1 *
sleeping Infant, with the sun glints Leaves Sanford Monday* and Thursday* at 6.00 a in 8ap 1 OOp .Ormond.. 8 03p 7 Ha
the south, the wind changed to the asip 1 Up ,.....Daytona 2&.>o (
dimpling its face Into niagloal beauty.As tittutup 12.P ,...Port Orange 2 41p TKU
southwest and commenced blowing SOUTH BOUND. SCHEDULE. NORTH BOUND. 1 &M> ,.. New Smyrna 2 *
we approached the custom shore 30p144p 6 A
Read *
the river to change Read down. up. 2 24,1an. ...... Oak Hill.
violently, causing my appreciation Increased, watching the Leav 3.30 p. in. ...Jacksonville.Palatka. Arrive 2.00 a. m. 'p .....TlruHville KMp
from n placid stroum to a turbulent sen; 8.45 p. in, ...., Leave 8.00 p. m. 31>p ....City Point U3up
long line of verdant hammocks fringing 3.(10 a. in, .. Astor ' 2.30 p. m. 8 4.lp ,.,... Coroa ..*., Uilp
the thunder rumbled like the angry the shore that came prominently into 4.30 a. m.a. .'.St. Francis... ' l.oo p. m. ..... 8 47p Rorklndffft ,..,, 13 !8
growl of it lion at bay, as the sky blackened m. Heresford..., 12.00 a. m. 4 INn ,.... Eau Gallia , 11 43s
view. The velvet green of the luxuriant 6 00 a. m.S.3U .Blue Springs.. 11.00 a. in. 2Hp ,....Melbourne 118.-*
with ominous forebodings of an approaching Arrive a. m. ....SalifoHl DUOS. 111. 6 12p ,...- hebastian.. 10 5uaj
bay, llveoak and palmetto towering upward 8 25 a. m. ...Enterprise... u.30 a. m.Cen'l HOln12lD ..A ht. Lnnle 9 87a
storm, completely, obscuring in brilliant contrast to the scared < ...Fort Pierce B5"a81'al
8 4l>p ........ Eden ,
the v.eKtci n shore from our view. The and blackened pine tree I left behind Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W.Bay St., Jacksonville. SBtp ,......Jensen .. 9!>>' ,
broke the side of bont 7 OSp7BSp Htnart
wave* against our 8S5a
ino., Surely Canaveral has a future, for ...Hnha Sound ....%, 8 21a
ending showers of spray over us, The Its natural attractions are Its Jso, L. Howard, Superintendent. F. M, iRowMotoKEi,Jr., Fla. Pas*.Agt. TS>p West Jupiter ...J, 8 07a
danced In many. Foot Hog-an St. 204 West Bay St.Thbo. 8 30p West Palm Beach ... 7 3Ja
phosphorous serpentine curves, clear, balmy air, fanned by the ozone of JACKSONVILLE, FLA.W. WOUp44p Linton
writhing and curling like ilery snakes.Mr. ............. Fort Lauderdale... 8.VHal
old ocean, Its wide, curving beach around G. Eaonit,T.51.', H.Warhcktox, T. P.A., W. H.Hexdersow, E. P.A.S 10 22p .......... Lemon City 5 3ha
Bust kept steadily on, buffeting the ioa p Ar. Miami 5 9)
a marvelously beautiful b.iy, with deepwater BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.W5I.

Dig waves with the skilled hand of anxpvit channel, opening Into vast acres P. CLYDE A CO.,, General A Rents, > HKTWKKN NKW SMYRNA AND OKANiK CITY JUNCTION

oarsman. In this way we reached nfprlmevial forest, awakened only by S Bowline Green,New Vara. IX So. Melawsr. Ave., Philadelphia. FZT5KJAp No li STATIONS..iNew lNo.

the western shore presumably nbout 10 Kia LvTT: Smyrna. ..Ar.Lv 1

the deep-toned roar of the breakers, 8 0tfp 1188a ... I>akeHelen .. 13 4ip( 4UipU
two milos north of the Courtenay trull.We 82up825p 12 02p Orange City. 8 44g
and ready for man's nid and p
waiting enterprise. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. .12 10p Ar Orange City Junction
shouted ourselves lionise, pulling
All trains between New Smyrna and Orange City Junction JJatly except Sunday.'No. .
north and south alternately, in the hope Li/cik Ada Mackenzie.

th.it Mr. Harper would hear us, a neighbor Florida, New York, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.U .

who Mr. B.tst had requested to wait Philadelphia and Boston.
Generating Electricity by Wind. steamsnl !!? 2f th? I'rtoa Kas Coast Steamship Company learw
until his return with n horse and wagon From Itrnnawlcfc, (vU Port Royal, S.C.,)to New York, Miami 5LtZZ.? Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays aff.r arrival of train from Jack-
The utilization of wind in the __ at Key Wean
generation with steamers for Havana. Leave Key West I
to us to the Jlungalow, a distance PASSKNGElt SERVICE.To <
of electricity has so far been restricted & n.:in .oV ian h uiteneBlliJ.T
make connections with steamers leave Jacksonville on
of Ave miles After an hour
across. for the most part, to outlying Thursday at 8:00: p. m.,via Fernandtna,close connection with
or so spent lu a vainless search for Mr. districts where a regular supply of, current Cumberland Route ateuiuers at Fernandina for Brunswick. lj"iISlC!,h OW,th.* Umn V waioh trains and boats may be expected to arriv.and
Supper will be served immediately on leaving Fernandina.P.Msenironi iSSSllZZ? fLZZ12ZP > 1 bn their arrival of departure at the tlm sn.n
Harper, we hoaded the skill towards the was impossible or impracticable.In go at once on board M liory steamer on arrival atBrunswick. .Vri.rnVthiV.frVnr" ""Oo',,,,"' ol<1"- r l ibl. or maT delay or any

eastern shore, guided by the brilliant tbeso cases it bun been successfully "L i *1 tUn*0r<1*U * tm Wm * Street.Jackaonvtll*. or address
combined with storage batteries, which *
iUsh-Ught from the tower at Cape Can .P.BECKWrTH.TrainoM aCer. J. U. KAHNER. A. O. P. A.
averal. After several hours spent In were charged during the working hours PROPOSED SAILINGS! - *: A i n tt e

back reached of the mill and xriade available during Lv,New York, Pier 21 E. R.,3OOp.. m., (Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick.

finding our way we dually" the night for tbe lighting of bouses and Friday, June 24 CITY OF SAN ANTONIO Friday, July 1

the wharf at "BilghtHlde,. about one outbuildings. A new form of windmill Friday, ''July 1 COLORADO... Friday, 8
Friday, S CI rY OF SAN ANTONIO Friday, 1
o'clock a. m. wet and bodragglod, rejoicing
baa been suggested, for which a much Friday, 13 COLORADO -Friday, 4i
however, in our anfo arrival, wider employment is expected by its inventor Friday, 22 CITY OF SAN ANTONIO Friday, 20

after a perilous voyage across the treacherous it is not ciroulur like the ordinary For general Information, tteainers, trains, rates, etc,apply to any railroad ajrent or to <3> Suthern.

river. At 7 o'clock the next morning windmill, but consists of four MURPHY,Agent,220 W.Bay St.Jacksonville.II. m *

arrived tho arms with a solid ahutterlike arrange* H.R 4.YMOND,General Southern Agent, Brunswick, Ga.C. .
we started anew, at H.MALLORY,General Agent,Pier 20, E. River,and 302 Broadway,N.Y.
mebt on ench. Those shutters swing onhinges.
about 10
Bungalow without mlshitp -
While tbe wind ia driving two Railway;
10o'clock. .
of them it lifts tbe other two, so that
and Mrs. Dalteru gave us a hearty they offer the minimum of resistance to Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad.

welcome and duiing visit made me
my the airt pressure. It ia claimed that this

feel at home with them, lu the afternoon machine costs only one-fifth as much astbe New Florida and Northern Air Line and Florida Trunk IJne. MOST EXOELLEHT 8EBVI0E
visited ostriches of which windmill to and
we the ordinary put up Tim* Table) In Effect July 6, 1808.

thero aro seven; six of tbeso are mated; gives a great deal more power for a NORTH EAST WEST.THHOTJOH

ene called Corbett lost his mate over a given sail area. It coata hardly anything .
beyond tbe first outlay for tbe installation
forlorn In
year ago; lie looked quite
of the plant, as any one can do tbe
closed in a spacious wire cage alone. A PULTMAHDRAWINO R00U CARS, DININO CARS,
small amount of oiling, which ia the
our approach he ran to meet us, clawing only attention susbequently .needed. THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VE3TIBTJLED TRAINS.

the wire fencing with his huge foot, The inventor says that with a mill Laving

his eyes gleaming, and his whole appearance shutters seven feet long he can get WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LIHITED."

indicating the savago mood hewintod enough current to light a good sized
liL' Dr 'r '>rRoom Sletplns Cart between Tampa and Nw T r .
to give vent to. He pressed closoto building and furnish all tbe power necessary JaoksoaviU*,Savsoaah and Columbia, without haa(*.

tho wiro fence and glared at me, looking to take the place of baud labor inclotbea UNITED STATES FAST MAIL."

nie all over, and Mr. Bust had to washing and ironing, dishwashing
knife cleaning aud many other Pullman Drawing-Room Buffst Sleeping Car*between Jacksonville and Nw Tor*.
thrust him back with his cane.To .

the uninitiated, the birds are difficult 'domestic tasks. Embraclnsr Lynchburs, Charlottesville,

to manage at times. Mr. DufTern Gold la Sea Water.At Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia.c2 .

has studied out their weak points, and intervals the subject of gold in seawater P IrRoon; 8'' P nf Cars to Macon. Atlanta. Chattanooga and

become master of the situation.As comes op, and there are uew inventions with *los* eonaeotioa for Louisville and tb* Northwest.

each of the couples ran to meet usIn in the way of processes for separating Also Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to

turn each pair being separated by a tbe gold from the water. It ia Cincinnati tha"LAND
via Columbia and Ashevllle Throuffh
wire fenceI could not help but admire estimated that three barrels of water ,

the graceful poise of their long necks, contain from a to 4 cents' worth of gold.It OP THE SKY."
would seem like an easr matter to
with heads hold up erect, while they ran
pump tip tbe brine and put it through

with an easy swiftness and agility, reminding tbe necessary cbemioal process, but such V2& S&ttw?& ZLtfSa* "' '-" - *

one of expert skaters on a broad chemicals are expensive, and the appliances
field of loe. On of the mother birds No*.88 and 84 make connection for Brunswick, arrlvine Brunswick 4 JO p. m. and 8:40: p. mrespectively.
for usiox them sometimes still
are For New Orleans, train leaves Jacksonville 8:48 a. m., with through sleepers, arTivlnir -
was setting on a huge nest, full of eggs. more costly. While'it is admitted tbat Aew Orleana I40 a. ni. Only tbrouch sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville front New Orleans L. A. 8HLP1CAH, Florida Pass. Agt, 113 West Bay Street. Jacksonville. Fla.J. .

She ran to meet us with her mate, and the Klondike is ot little value as a gold 8 M p. ui. SLCEPINO CAR SERVICK.Nos. .K. GULP. V, A# tjjbx g, h. HABDWICI,

kept fanning her wing* to cool off. Mr.Daffern deposit when compared with the ocean, .38 ami 36 Fast Mall,Sleeper* between New York and Jacksonville, and thejClnclnnatl TrVi* Matarvr O., Ben. Pa At., Aut. *a- Pat* ***_.
Waaaiagtaa, a
told me the male bird takes his scientists are forced to acknowledge that Sleeper via Ashevllle.Nos. Washing tea, D. CL Atlaata,
the Klondike, with all its obstacles, is .3* and 38 carry thrnncb sleeper* between Jracksonvllle and New Tork In connection with Hay it 180&
turn quite regularly In setting on the 8 anil 13 and T and 14 with Pullman Sleeper* between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. __
much more easily worked than tbe sea. 38 carries sleeper from Jacksonville to Atlanta and Chattauootra. This Is brought to
eggs the time for the young birds to Some one who claims to have figured on Jacksonville by No.S3.
Latch six weeks. AM bajnraire will be checked from ITnlon Depot. Ticket* will still be sold at tba city ticket
being this subject declares that tbe ocean hold* office. XU Hoeran Street,a*well a*at tb* Colon depot ticket office.R .
The six young ostriches that Mrs. Daf a sinking fund valued at something like W. CAMPBELL,Passenger Ajrent. J. F. MARSHALL.Ticket Acent,202 W Bay St., cor.Honn .
,Jacksonville. WALTER GOLEM,Gen'l Traveling Arent. Jacksonville.G. The Advocatk Is stiU gi nS SJ'
fern has become foster-mother to, are $75,000,000,000. Tbe experimenter who M. HOLUFN,T. P.A.,St. Augtutia*, Fla. A. O. Mac DON ELL, Gen. Pass. Agent. free, tobacco seed of the "' *??

still In the nursery under her watchful finds a cheap and easy way of extracting Call and get some, with instructions wrIts
this gold will be able to his <> BaakMdTUS'
eye, and receive the most careful attention. snap lingers f a s jon sut * cultivation.
at Klondikers, while he sits by and Remember tbat the Intmax RrvxR ta* *.sarv* eM.Me.0O8
S7 We would esteem tbe favor if
It afforded pleasure our
we a genuine Advocate does all kinds of job printing *?c r dB u

watches tbe tea water pouring through leaders when writing or calling T BACIr.a arto
to feed them from my hand, each one at short notice. Send then an order upon jer in dra>(ai.>t, 23- Subscriber, your attention Is
his sluices and leaving behind its rich our advertisers to purchase merchandise tores.
taking a bill-ful In turn, after which and be convinced that It Is the place to etc would mention tbe Advocate. '*; 'TU*llvita' Os* the nam w nd-date slip P tea jTa
of metal. _
deposit precious "*
.M, If
have done. you
they would surround me, looking happy job printing m'ZL your paper or wrapper.
arrears, please remit*

m smmmmmSmm .s Atfj&k&tiiS&jfiUtSii&i





Fla., July 1J, '0$. INDIAN IUVKR OUAUD8.

AUGUSTINE. Kditor Indian Jiirrr Adroeutt Drill at the Armory, t,4er, notinty jull.every
: rueaday evening in th* Innnth, at goulixk.C. .

Dear Sir: -At the request of a nnmberof K. 8TKWAKT, CapUin.V. .
The only hotel on the bay. Summer

OCEAN VIEW HOTEL rates for permanent guests. Kxcellouttable. your subscribers, who are my triends, P. S. C. K.

One of the best places on the Atlantic I send you the following poem for publication Meet* every Sttmlnv ewnlng at 6 30 nVloekSt

Const to spend your summers.Ootid In the AitvorATK. I lend it at tlm lr *h)terlau lliunMi,

ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. Fishing, sailing, and surf-bathing. the "Maine Memoiial Meeting" of
For rates, address F. C. 1IAYDKX, Mgr. 1M>KI'KM>KNT OKDKIt IIOOH TKMI'LARS.TlttiHvllle .
school, when the audience kindly expressed
I mIro No. IT tueetaeveiv Tueadny
their approbation of It, and the evening T'lkl in I'ltntbyU'Hiin church, l'uhlle

OIOIONI*. above named requokt was made (lien and meeting* llrat Tuemlay In each month.C. .
A. OAKONKlt, U.V.. .
since. Respect fully, HlHl't, Hl'OIIIK.c. r.cu .


Out lr >m the CbesaiHwke, out fn>i the ronill -

Open for Summer Season of 1808. Fine surf-bathing, Ashing, riding, driving sitt frttwnlnff MtmnMi, frowning In imitnmnteAmi Cllt'KCII.Rtrvlce .
aud wheeling; Sea Food a Specialty. ImttU'iimnti frowning lit ru\erui>unKmhraiinrai
Mr .'M. VANCE r row mint In il|> thronttxt4'ftuiKtn Vinl and 4th Siind \ In enrh
Proprietress. mouth, II tn.nml TilH Miiudnvarhnol
lvunl>*rintf MrttHunkt| iu.
Rates, $2.00 per day; $8 to $10 per week.NinV :unt(nut llnm rrowninn,tliitint'niinil'r every Sitmlny nt IIMU a. iu. hxenlng t ili iinl, liravlnit w tcr all Hrnnnd,nut wont m. on WudnuHdnt*. Lltnnv service every
Tho Mitlno. Fmwii liirlrnwimlie k \ to lliu Frtiluy at to a. to.Archdrnron.
fort, II. K. ltnowN, Rvrtor.I'ltKSIIYriCltlAX .
SMYKXA. rniuil sntl llinmlnrouii i'Iiimt* frnm linttloinrntAnil
ilcck, will) WHtlng Mugs nml piinnnim,nmlbkyracklitic
salute, uotidl not iUhkuIno tint CHCHCII.

HOTEL NELMS NEW SMYRNA, FLORIDA, rrtmnsOf the Krlin-vlKimol (millennium nf wnr. Service* every Stihbnth nt II s. ni.nnil TltOp.in.Sun.Iny .
m-hixd at I* 4A a, in., Chnn. fnrilner.
f ,
InmillKlin went s thing liiwiity
Is dining the Summer under the Hunt I'rnver meellug >n Medneadiiv eveningatT..kl.
kept open management IaivisI liy ottUiera anil un w,an s niiinl.ove .
of Mr. S. L. Story. Special attention will be Riven to traveling men; hi* tlrglo KH mn In nil lu also special lates by the week or month to families. 1'4 miles to Ocean Bench; Kriios t'riniilly alio mit, s thing nfin Itev. IWir.HKILIOMAV, Pnalor.IIAII'IAr .

good bicycling; row and sailboats free for use of guehts. For rates, etc., address } >)*itwila rAmi wmriMirnf the m lnv il hot'yrThtiu

S. L. STORY, New Smyrna, Fla. the Arsli InveM hln utmul, to him thn CUL'ltCII.Prenchliigeverv .
Arms of heiiuty, |> wt wont, a thing of terror, mnl thoy lovml hrrKor -ivi.n.l and fourth Hnn.lnv*,
Imr tor run*. IVrrllilo to fiw* hut morning hiiiI evening. I'rii.ver Meetings every
OLIVER SPRINGS East Tennessee. Hholtorlng to rrlonilHi tuirlhlu to tlm wrong Woiliiemluv cvculnn st T Hut |in>toi'llng tho rliihti torrlhln to the Hchnol every Hundiiv nt H 4Ml. m. Alan preaching
Opproimor but iloriimilng the nmireanotl.I'roiullv tint Hiimlnv at Uitlrniige. All nre cordially
boiiutllullv, |iou'orluliy, luvltait toatuuul.
OLIVER SPRINGS Anderson Co. East Tenn. Torrlhlv.uarrliKl out the went Hug.thn Tho Mm ling no I Itths nf K. N. I>ki fc, Pnvtor.

JACKSONVILLE.lotel '< nr I'nlon' ," "Tho Hngor 'W," tho ling of"Old
trniiKlihm, thu Hug nfiljtiiraun Hint lorry Pnvtor.MKriioDiHi'rmnrii. .
The most delightful Summer resort In the South. On the Southern Railway; A ml lbilunrlilo nml iHM'iitur, tlietliigcifYitrktown servlcea llrat, third nml
everv fourth
high in the far-famed of the Cumberland Mountains foot above the sml l.uiuU's Ijiihi, nml lliiihnults,
up range 1,500 Humluva at II a. in. nml 7 ml p, in, Hiindny
The tin or ? tho Hug or 'II,
Placid Opened *- level of the sea. No mosquitoes. No malaria. Nights always eool. Days never Tho thtg it of '4s nml 'H mnlMnnt rtchnol every Huiuluy nt ll>::00 a. m. Kpworta
1894In excesslvoly warm. Nine mineral springs in tho grounds (all different). Special iilnht I Tho Hug of few nr* hut lingua each Thuradnv Hi.inlnv at .1 .HI p, in. oVIin-k I'rnver meeting
January every night nt t HKI Tha.adieu'
rates over all railroads. Write for ratos and folders. N. F. POWEL, Prop. \ Ivtiirlmm In all I Tin) ling ouihlouintluOf Aid Hoeletv meet* every Wediieaitnvnt
tha lights anil nolnr* of tho ky
the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west Euililoinatlo of llhorty, suit hopoof | .1 ml p.. in. Kverjlioily vieluoiiin at oiirvliurcitaervlcea.

b block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. limn Tho ll. g that nmtmul nnlv,
! ilofln thn "IHvluo right'' A. W. J. HKHT Pnalor.OATIIOMO .
Klung 'O Ht ,
Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all trains. Terms
Superior &2.A0 day and
WHITE MOUNTAINS, X. II. Of tha inuiigral trllw vslltul king*I IWhnt
wards. Special rates by the week. JOHN' S. BOWES, Proprietor.Travelers' alna VHho
oarrlml bURbnmlH, fatliora, hrothur*. nous| ciumcii.Hervleea m
Ami tluwo Into whoneo iia soft ot1iore> at 10 s. in. every Btindnv, hi new
New Mount Pleasant House 'I Hiknil lovangaln" sml tomlornoimsiiil troth.8ha Church building. North Tltunvllla. t hllilren'..toatuuhlui
VHrrltnl thu prhlo of a nut Inn's at S p. in,
Hew WHITE MOUNTAINS, N. H.OPKJT t'lilvnlry of the noil TIiomm for whoaa rvtiirit. Hkv,J. r. O'llovi.it, Hector.MI'S .
Mother slHtor wItsh lnvos uiiiI children
*, *, ,
Hotel. FOR. ITS FOURTH 8KAStIN,July Jml, 1H0R. The en e with whloh It In reached from
New York, ita pure water, pure uir unci Krone elevation, make It |>eviillarly denlrahle a* a aummerreeort. pnuoilIn matin, or In owning orlnonn.
. Management. The f.tuimm drive* of the White Mountains are all tributary to Mount I'laaaant. Tim lior.e Homo thore wore, who In amtthor war HUM I..
nre carefully selected New Kngland atock, ami innnt of the vehlclea were made exprnaly for lluil ahown thoiimolvra woiihy aohllora, thawnr
tht) Mount Plenaunt Houan, all uf them pnaoelng the requlHliea of perfect comfort ami nafnlv. ofHI TOWN COINCH.! .
FELIX GARCIA, Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Electrio The tennlM courts and liowlinK alloya are uonntruoted upon tho moat upprnvoil methiMlN. There laa glitmitiMiiKiia 'guhmt aln, Hnhllnrs who never
Hue Rolf course,a well-lald-out baseball illamoml, an archery range aitif cnxiuut ground.AKDK80X Hhuii'liMil whoua'tir their ruptaln oiillail, lint -, mnyori It. 8. Mmlth, ninr lml> r
l>. II. Prltebnnl, tax collertori H.O.Vnnliiiiillnghmu -
& TRICK of Hotel Oriuoml Anaw m manager*( Fla.)
iderk and nHeMnr| Minor H. .lone*, Jno.It .
Electric Bells Baths Irolght' out wont tho Muliin.InntliH'CwIth .
Lights Complete Service.
llfo, nowor ami nmlOMtv,aha roilalTinni Wnlker, K. I,, llrn.lv, ,1. M. I>l ,mV.. K.Knmceoiinidhiien .
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. tins bomiui of tha iloop,ami ntoiiimtolHi Tlierouncll tntet* aaoututaud
SUWANNEE SPRINGS, FLA.Suwannee thlo*, ami lit hi* n hi lug ami hi* raging fourth Moiidn.vn luauoll inontli. \
Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers.'he lAughnil, nml Ktrokwl hi* angry iniino, nml InVory I __________
wantontioH*, ilsshml hi* fiminy hUlowaKroiil IIOAItll OK Tit V OR. il
Springs Fla. Whom wont nho'.' To vlnlt a frlomlly port I IAnil MeetaevervneenmlVtidneihiy night In anch
RESORT. Open all tho year.CureBright's wlint Imr inUalon? I'aai'ul Vet to uphold month nt a iNiii'iilni'k In room* over iKiatoilice.Jinlgo :
Cor. Bay & Biidge Sts., JACKSONVILLE FLA. Tha arm of imu, wlm In tha whim of lumra, M. H. .louoa, preaidenti Win. ill, llruwu,
Still for liiHtlon nml morov to tliaOpprvioiiiil ,1, (I. Ilnat, ,
disease all bladder plimil tiowmttiri anerelury
kidney and liver trouble ihoumatlsm and
Elliot Under new management. E.icli department of oonturhw? Ona who to uurwhnlii
furnished absolutely new with all modern improvements. dyspepsia. Excursion tickets for sale from all points over tho IMant System and pooplH, Maml* tit envov to our ilay,
F. <-'. tfc P. R'y. For illustrated pamphlets, with testimonials, address From goiiHrnlion* oniltiHtiwum klroNtOrumlmm COI'NTY OK KICK III*.
Overlooking the St. Johns River. "
Board Dollars of "l-lght Inline Harry, uurf talIn
'ithln three blocks of the Union depot, Clyde S. S. Co., and new postonice. All Ten per woek. ANDREW IIAXLEY, ponoa aha went, bearing inimHiige*
|ectrio cars pass the door. Free Bus. Oen'l Manager, Suwaunoo Spilngs, Fla.IIALTIIN Knim our government and people, to our Hciioor. iioAitn.J. .
Conntil, and nllont greol Ing* to I holiowtitrotlileu
Rates: European, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 per day. American, from $2.00i Btsrvlng"rouminHittradnat"' H. Hnnwileii, Tituavillai It. N. Andrawa,
i per day. To liurnlug, hliHiilmg, U\lig CulmiiNf Cotmni H. F< (jlhha, Melbourne.COUNTV .
M. O. FINLEY OA, Developing Flavors.An Mont worthy of thiilr men to IHuMnitn,
U'lMU'nr of glory owned their aiiulant nama, COMMIMHIONKItH.W. .
Jacksonville, Fla.iYERETT intereiitiug discovery by Jaoqne- Hha went In amity to vllf aKrlandly
min is that the loaves of fruit trees, nation I friendly to whom or wliut? II, Aharpa, Hhnrpea, ehnlrmnnt .lonejih
POPULAR SUMMER RESORT. Krtamlly tit tha gliontaof entluot re *. Mendel, IjiOriiiigei ,1. It. Walker, Tltuvllis|
bating themselves no marked flavor, Vlotlni* of her greed and lu t of eruelly? Jno. Ilotiatan, Knu llnlllei.F.N Walter, Ankiina.Ilegular .
may develop a decided bouquet of the Krlonilly to daail Curlli and Aitee amil aeaalou*are buhl flrat Monday In fault
rnvl in? friendly to tha inane* oflliinderod inoiith.
HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. fruit iu solutions undergoing alooholiofermentation. iniirihreil tuitlona of two
Dalton, Georgia, Is now ono of the Pear and apple leaves, Contlneiif* ami thn IhI *of tlu* nr
most popular Summer Resorts in the Friendly to tha spirit* nf Montesunm, countv ornciAi. .,
for instance, placed iu a 10 per cent solution Anil IlimU'ioonln.aoil lliienitur, and
South climate delightful, scenery superb Minor H.lone*, Tltuavllle, Judge IKf.
the of Atahnahm'Kllemllv to any thought orlining. county )
of with addition
Largest best and coolest choice rooms for summer, $1.50, $2, $.! $3 weekly.levator snfjur,
; beautiful diives, good livery. Mint I* good, or gliirlou* or trueNuv / tlnuldnn, Tltuavtllo, |troaeiuitliig attornovt
baths, bell service, etc. CHARLES A. OAKES.TITUSVILLE. Hotel Dalton Is the home of the resort- pare yeust, imparted to the fermented vet lly, hut frlniul*of gninil, lout, A. A, Htowart.Tltuavilla, clerk rlicnlt court| .1.
seeker and commercial traveler. Elegantly prodnct a strong odor ajid exoollcnt flavor Ami perll.lv. I.l'lug In the foggy F. WiMilen, Cocoa, tax aaaapeori K. W, Hull,
Vnpor* Hint brinid In tha valley* of Hharpea, t_ collector) John Henry, Tltuavllle,
built, electric bolls, elevator, telephone which became evou moro marked National dm'av, yet battening on thane treaaureri J. II. Hniua, Courtenav, aunerinteail-
hot and cold baths on every tioor. in the alcoholic distillate. A similar Vapor* a HIV pride In | ** slorlaatjuerdon ant public Inatruetlotii ,1. O. Frle*. I Ituavllle,
( of lira anil blood ami treai'hery t, aounly atirvayor| J.1'.llrown,Tltuaville,alter I IT,
Special ratos to families. Many come effect was had with leaves of the grape A Jviahel 'niong iintloi*. Iter children

each summer from lower Georgia and vine. Leaves from trees having fruits Florida. gnriuunt* ami drove her from the Malarlon With Mularli.n TablelaOuarantoetl
the most decided
near maturity gave results Continent I IAn
Further Information given byD. from which is drawn the important I thl* I* *ha, whom noma In our Cure fur Chills, Fever find

L. DETTOR Dalton, Prop., Oa, inference that fruit flavors are due Country Her hraveorew railed a In friendly nmltyi power forgetting, ami to Ague, or money refunded. oOuents, Alt 1I 1/

to a body possibly glnoosidal in character Thut "When) a'er Hpaln |iauea In amity, Druggists.Jamnloa.
TITUSVILLE Alllletlon mourn* her rrleiulaliiu."
elaborated in tbe leaves aud Imrlmr ha
Into went
transferred to the fruits only as the lutter I If Havana I ami a* there her antitinr Is a corruption of Xiiyttwioo,

f&h Indian River.Fla. Dttk Wrongly Named. approach maturity, developing distinctive Cant OhoMtaof, there Hpaln's liovemil vlotlni o'er and* of aritiiuil thatmatirtheilillng bar, a native West Imlinn name signifying

The big. tow headed boy in the bine flavors when acted oil by the *upemal tenr* If aplriu wee litre "(he country aboumllng In springs."
special ferments of the fruit JulceXTha r th' liiiMinillug.tif| tliiine brave heart*,
Jean suit looked at the lawyer's new In till* dread holovaiwt.Oh .
roller top desk for several moments and ve*. good anolioraga ahe found| Most Itt'iiiitlfitl I'lucv on liiiliuitItlviT
I'ertldloii* IrlemlNhlp plead her on thaI'lt'a
then asked, with a hesitating drawl> Poleon of Iteee."Doan ilurk mniitli, a.nl a* her living ariiiaiiuiut for Halo, at a Orcntliargitlii.
"Whar's the pigeons at?" It is generally ussuiued that the poison In hnmmiN'ka lay or iiueed tha rniind of duty,
AH Tho Year.
Open ciinllifeni.e
In tha of
Keating ,
"What pigeons?" asked the lawyer. of tbe sting of the bee is formio acid. A ipiaklng, anil s roaring, ami s rending .

W'y, the pigeons that stay in that Professor Lunger, however, lluda that From tha Internal acunif, thn retreat
I if time and tha tevellle of eternity, I'lio famous Tin key Creek drove, consisting
thar thing." this is only purely true. The bee poison To hundred* of brave aplrlta. of 11 ncies of orange grnvo antt

Only n few minutes' Why, this Is a desk. It is no bird which he examined was a bitter tasting Weep Columbia o'er tha mi returning I 40 ncies of litiiil fronting on Imllan Itlver
Hut "weep ya dark browed maid* of ripnln,
walk from Railway stations liquid with ail agreeable odor, which,
roost. For tlm nieaaiire of Inhpilty la full| and TuikeyiCieek, with steamboat landing
and Steamboat land "Waal, whot did ye mean by telllnme although it contained formio acid, when And aha wliohaa "led Into captivity and Tillmnn poatoflloo and railroad

ings.On them little square things wus pigeon* diluted to a 1 per cent solution, so that Who Mut baa go Into"alslu captivity with \tha" and aword alio, luuat with station on tho P. K. C. K'y. On tlie

the banks of the boles, then?" Atlanta Journal.Tba it no longer gave an aoid reaction to tlia aworil be alaln." place, lying on the west side of IndianItlver -
far-famed Indian River. litmus, still possessed appreciable physiological Ami you.ra martyreil one*, vlotlina of acrllnarnHiiialeil throe miles south of Melbourne-
| a'er In all
| tha dark rennril*
Light of III* Lit*. action. Moreover, when kept Of natlonnl bail faith, ya have t.otilled In vain. two miles from Atlantic ocean beach.
at a of 100 degrees for over Nation* ntotirii your fot hiiiIAngloHuson About )<*> good bearing orango tree*,
temperuture bloodwhere'er tha *un doth balnnre Iu trees will yield about
REACH.eminole young ,
WEST PALM volatilized the still Thought and deed* of walglity proweas for
was entirely liquid tnnn'HKiirm to yield'MK( ) boxes a year In two yenn.Servant's .
produced bypewmiaof tbe conjunctiva- i'lilHi>ment--liath <|ii|<
Hotel when introduced lifto tbonuo. Professor Ami klmllea auiiln a aetieaof kiu hlp room* above, flood flailing, quail,
In mighty re to a ntrengili unknown
Lauger bas isolated the active principle, liefore I Kmliirlng ahafta t>f marbla and deer ami duck hunting up Turkey Creek;
which he finds gives alkaloidul reactions I if lirimxa, Itr nation* yet unborn, ahull tell fine harbor for boats; lovely river front,
Vour fite. lint a nolder monument I*
yours with beautiful forest trees. Hammock
OPEN ALL THE YEAR. and is unaffected by beat or cold orby Tha r iilanea of Ilia riv, In a raiaWli.me
acids. Injected into tbe veins of animals deatlny It I* to nil tha world lands for sale cheap. Apply toD.
WEST PALM BEACn, FLORIDA. \\ lib Iu enlightenment I IHehaatlan I_ ()AUnirfAtty.
it products effects simllsr to tbe
Fla.,JunsM, ISIM. for owners,
This hotel Is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close tof venom of serpents.Report Sci. Tltuaville Fla.Malarlon .
railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel,

*ards; special rate, by the week or month. what do you attribute yonr long Tbe cochineal iueect* furnish tbe la dorsad by boat Phyalelana.

App. life?" asked the tourist most gorgeous ruriiilue, crimson, scarlet and guaranteed to Cure Chills, Fever and

"Waal." said Alkali Ike's grandfather and carmine lakes; tbe cuttle flsh gives Ague. All druggists or from Woftlt-

"mostly to a rope that broke audm sepia, which is tbe inky fluid which tbe West Drug Co., Ht. Lou la.CONSTIPATION.

catteridge that didn't explode." fish discbarges when attacked. Indian

[OMESEEKERS turn yo' face from mr, V New York Journal yellow comes from the camel; ivory

Chloe. Yo' smiles am de only light inma cblps produce the ivory black and boneblack

dark life. New York World. liar Kfl Final. ; tbn exquisite pruaalan blue

Arthur They suy, dea", that people comes from fusing bones' hoofs and
Who Home in the Yrj Poor ttunport. other animal matter with impure potassium
arc Seeking a wbo live together look alike. I bava on* 14 Sara at a lima wllbaat
When Charles 11. Thorn*, Jr.m: Kate Then timet consider carbonate; various lakes are derived aanawl af tha fc rala. not bains able to
you my
doing utility at tbe Boston museoui iu refusal final. TitBits.A from roots, barks and gams; blue move taem aaoapa by for aalns boa water lajaotloaa.C'bronla latbla .
the undersigned as oooatlpailoo aavaa rear* plaaad aaa
South should send to the early sixties, be married tbe daugbter black comes front tbe charcoal of the terrible eoadllloai darlus tbat IIbm I did avarytkios -

of.a. well known Boston detective vine stock; turkey red Is msdo from I board of but aavar foaad aar fallaf i aoabwaaaayeaaa
Lyric. aatll Ibaa-an aalas
officer named Calder. Airerward lie the madder plant, wblcb grows in Hindustan sow bava fro on* to tares paaaaaaa a day. and If I
!! faablonad
> s
for a copy of the came to California aud did not return to Out of bie auol gloom pant ; tbe yellow sap of > Slam tree -a*rlaaI raUef.woald sirs tlUMn avl-sm for aaeb U movaawnti llesv.WW Islaaaab -

Boston for some years. When he wss a T M alnalvaae tba moonbeam produces gamboge, while raw sienna Isbe Haaaell St..IMlroO,If lob.CANOV .

leading man, Colder went into tbe Kissing->e pascB bloom's anas, ( natural earth from tbe neighborhood

lorida East Coast Homeseeker.W apothecary store of OTlando Tompkins, Tba lover warbled it softly. of Hieiiuu. Italy, and raw amber

than one of tbe lessees of tbe Boston Lost la a day dream deep.Tba Is an earth found near Utnbria. India CATMARTIC

theater, and said, "I understand Charley moth** fundi/ crooned ItTo ink is made from tbe burnt camphor)

Tborne is coming back to Boston." loll tba baby to aleop.Mor mastic is made from tbe gum of tbemastio bwdccucto

Tobacco Growing, and for "Yea," was the reply of Tompkins."Coming lovar aor mofbar fa-eiad. tree, which grows In tbe Grecian
have land, for Fruit Growing, Trucking, back to support Booth, Is be Dinging wltk Joy spaas, archipelago. Bistre is tbe soot of wood vases utaa MtwnnoPlaaaaat.
nt and the healthiest In tb* United States. Tbla fraU walla r aa lyrta.Tble .
Summer Homes. Climate not?" "Yeawas again the answer."Well bird 4nam of airy graaa. ashes; very little ultramarine as obtained I

Apply ," drawled oat Calder, "If be from tbe precious lapis lasull, la ;

toJAS. does not support Booth any better than Was wroasbt by tba fraaalsd post found in the market ; It is made artificially.
Palatasla. Potaal. TaM OooS. DoOooS.
E. INGRAHAM, Land Commi..ioner, be supported my daughter bell be On baart* f bla tbrebs Uosblad of aad.soaila sweat _ Chinese white is tine, scarlet la Jlava*Mleaaa. Waa.o Ofi|>a. ski.)uo,Uu.

EAST COAST R'Y, darned poor support" Argonsot To pay tut a tow of eaaL4L Iodide of mercury mad vermilion Is ... CUMt CONSTIPATION. .M
E. Maaktttrta- Jfaw Tort from quicksilver ore. Prac Bev.



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PROGRESS OF THE WAR.Furnish has been reached. Within the next Cra have Just received a coat bombard of war the 13- C-A.ieiEOX.Xj,
paint'and are now ready
hours Santiago will either
twenty-four that makes its to Lovett& Carroll.)
first school of mullet (Successor
1898.Illlippii surrender or receive such a baptism of
Principal Happenings of the Week. Are as seldom falls to the lot of a besieged appearance.Capt. and VEGETABLES ot
Washington, July 10. "The bombardmuntyOf town. Stanley Hitching, in command GROCERIES, 84
Santiago has begun." The War Department this afternoon of the Ladye Agnes, will start for Miami Your
That was the verbal Information obtained made public the following statement in a few days, taking the inside route, Crockery, Glass and Tinware. patronage "solicited.TITUSVILLE .
tel llsLiT. late this evening at the War concerning tho condition of things in which is much the safer at this season FLORIDA.B
Department. the hospitals near Santiago: On July of the year.W. .
three bulletins 11 th a telegram was received from Lieut.
Almost immediately U. Lancaster, foreman of the Clnclnnatus -
were posted, the, most Important of Colonel Pope, chief surgeon of General & Sebastian Farms Ry., has
S. WOOD.... which was from General Shatter. This Shatter's army, informing the surgeon- received a 25-foot American Hag from A.O. 31jbe3.ad"2": : dispatch announced that General Toral, general that there were 14 cases of yellow of the company. -
who succeeded General Linares in command fever In the field hospital. Since Russell, president which Seed Fertilizers Staple & Fancy Groceries FnulS
tall pole Garden
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, of the Spanish forces in Santiago, that time Information has been received The will be flag erected will Uy on from the a office grounds of Groceries, Grain. Hay, , ,

and Gents' when the latter was wounded, had declined that a number of additional cases have the And* Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay. Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,GroJ
NOTIONS to surrender unconditionally, and occurred. Every effort will be made to company. and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing excluslv-i i S
log*. that the bombardment of the town arrest the progress of the disease by the The sloop Ladye Agnes, Stanley Hitching Food the above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit youi patronJJlVery
401 anil10(1( West Bay Mrpor, would be begun by the army and navy establishment of isolation hospitals in in command, arrived In port Saturday truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., TitusMlle |j |
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. about 4 o'clock thlsntternoon.In which the sick will be treated by immune night. The yacht had pleasant
the early morning a telegram came surgeons and cared for byjmmune weather on the return trip from Tltusvllle
fiom General Shatter saying that be bad nurses, and all aboard report a grand trip.
JOSEPH ZAPF.... ridden over the American lines, and was She stopped at the principal points of fe Motlow
IHcAl.RHAnheuserBusch gratified at their condition. A second Several wounded and sick soldiers Interest on her way south. Los-Ley < ,
WIIOI.KSAL.K dispatch reported that the lines were have passed through Tltusvllle this week
Ass'o Impregnable, thus removing any fear ofa en route north. It is reported that there Cheap Trip* to Atlanta. (Successors to LOSLEV, RENAKER A CO.)
Brewing successful sortie by the Spanish troops, are about 700 men sick In the camp at

Famous St. Louis Lager Deer. should a maneuver of the kind be at Miami, though not dangerously'so. Account Confederate Veterans' reunion sell Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Bislls
tempted. July 20-23, the Plant System
Sold by Losfey & Motlow, Tltusvllle.WHOf The Kusslan papers are very bitter excursion tickets at 7.00 from Jacksonville Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout.
the United States. The St. Fort Pierce.Mr.
ugalnst Atlanta and return, and at correspondingly
ESALK LIQUOR DKAt.KK, Petersburg Novostl characterizes the to low rates from all other A First-class Line of Cigars * Billiard and Pool Tables,

West Bay St., Jacksonville, and destruction of Cevera's tieet as "brutal Demro and family were pleasant points, tickets to be sold July 17, 18 and Family and hotel trade Is solicited, Prompt and careful attention given t .

San ford, Fla. of slaughter employing," and"Home accuses kind the of new Americans explosive visitors In town Sunday.At 10 The, good Plant to leturn System until offers July 31.Its patrons orders. Cash must accompany your order, LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Tltusvllle,

machine or bomb, contrary to international last the rain has set In, and we are double daily service and absolutely best
HENRY R.THOMAS\J law." getting nice showers every day. accommodations In every particular from
Portsmouth, N. II., July 10. The auxiliary to Atlanta via Tlfton, ZDESOIESJEHF*. c3 C30.
all Florida points Xji.
.LA VILLA PHARMACY. ctuiser St. Louis, with 710 Spanish John Waller, of Ankona, was a pleasant
... and Central of Georgia
M officers arrived visitor to town this week. Macon Will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of :::[-
pilsoners, including Arrangements have been made for the -]::
Keeps all Kinds of in Portsmouth harbor at 8:30: o'clock Our genial doctor has been under the Confederate Veterans and others to have

and Toilet Articles.Frlcos this morning, and a few minutes later weather for the last few 'days. an abundance of through sleepers and I CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
Pure Drugs, Fancy dropped anchor Just above Fishing I hands day coaches, in addition to the regular
land. The big liner left Guantanamo ata Tom Whitehall was shaking and
this cheap
service for AND ROUGH.
to suit. friends here this week. through car DRESSED
and with his
o'clock Tuesday afternoon, July S, many memorable trip. For further particulars Turned Work, Bilck, Lime, Cement, Crates of all description,
401 Adams St., cor, Madison, did not make a stop until she reachoct Moses Martin returned last week from call on or write toF. Also Mouldings
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Portsmouth haibor. Including the prisoners New York to look after his property. M. Jolly, W. V. Llrser,
there weie l,0n; > people onboard D. P. A.Jacksonville. .
P. A.
the boat, and out of this number 01 are Since we have got a shell road, quite a D. Tampa.B. .
sick and wounned Spaniards, under the few of our citizens have bought bicycles. Savannah.
Slips and Suckers.iMncupple W. Wbenn, P. T. M.,
Pineapple .
care of surgeons. Admiral Cervera is Quite a number of our citizens took in Z3 Tr3"UTIsAs3 rCEJ-
confined to his cabin, having been quite the excursion to Miami Saturday last.
ill for the throe days, although be
was able to past be dressed this morning. The Rev. Mr. Allen held services in ROBBINS & GRAHAM I represent the Old Hartford, Liverpool and London and Globe, Aetii,

Captain Eulate, who 'was commander of the Methodist church Sunday morning toa Providence <& Washington, Fireman's Fund, and Sun Mutual.J3P" .

the Vizoaya, and is among the prisoners, large congregation.A. Lowest rates guaranteed. Write for rates, etc., toC.
is also quite ill, having been wounded Intho Hogg took advantage of the excursion ..TT'rt. .M.f y TV r gt... S. SCHUYLER, Agent,
head during the battle oft Santiago. Saturday, to visit his parents at Miami
Admiral Cervera himself was among and returned on Tuesday.Dr. Tltusvllle, n ,
the unwilling passengers on the St. Louis WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND
who came with other prisoners of war. Ewlng, of St. Augustine, who has
Admiral Cervera came on deck late been doing some fine dentistry work UNITED STATES COURTS.
this afternoon and consented to talk here, left Tuesday evening for Palm James Pbitchard, President; W. M. Brown, Vice-President:
with representatives of the press who Beach.Mr. C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.

were sent out to the St. Louis oa a tug, and Mrs. Tucker accompanied their ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished
"You ask me," he said, "how uo I like charming daughter Miss Stella, who left STATE BAI
America, and I answer you that I have here Tuesday to spend the summer at for Lands in Brevard and Dade INDIAN RIYER

always liked, and I hfty say loved your Hot Sptlngs,Georgia.Mr. ,
but this waFiias been a duty
with people me, and the men under me. I and Mrs. Hall and family returned Connties.We (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)

knew that the A merloan lleet clearly outclassed Friday by steamer from Georgiana, their Authorized capital, $100,000
IMnnt* for Sale.It us, but It was a question of lighting many friends here were glad to see them have a large List Paid capital, $25,000
either Inside or outside the harbor.I looking so well.A .

will pay you to call on or address have many filends in Arueilca, and sad accident happened last week at of Lands owned by Average deposits, $150,000
M. it. Johns, of "Water Oak Pinery," If have only the kindliest feelings for them, White City. Mr. Orrells two year old
you want pineapple plants, ns follows: but every man has a duty to perform to son falling Into a pit and was drowned. and clients. Transacts a General Banking
Smooth Cayenne, Abbaka, EnvllCltiend his country, and all Spaniards tried to The bereaved parents have our heartfelt ourselves
.liimlcn Hlploys. Every plant sold perform that duty. There has been sympathy. Business.
ia guaranteed Hist class. Address much feeling in Spain, and I want all Price for unimproved
M. It. Johns, bpaln to know the trutii, that every ship
Stuart, Fla.i of my squadron fought until the last, Sebastian. lands $3 to $100 Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rlio

..1 i i "i and when we could do no more, we surrendered.
acre. Exchange sold on all Foreign Countries
fancy IMiienpplo Slips At Sucker Robert Roberts returned from Miami per
"I have much interest to know the exact
for'Bale.Abbakas situation In Spain. Captain Goodrich on Monday. DIRECTORStjAS.PBrrflHARDs

has treated us all as well as anyone Miss Mattie Braddock U__vUltlng her WE have a few Residence, Orange the National Hank'W.B.BARKltTTtPre.ldntof ot Jacksonville),J.HbuiciiBB
Egyptian Queen, O old on could possibly be treated. My olllcers friends at East Ultras. In desirable (Vice-President National Hank*
Queen, Potto Rico. Smooth Cayenne and have occupied quarters in the saloon, and The Rev. Mr. Outland held services Grove and Pineapple Properties Jacksonville), and W. M. Brows.
Red Spanish. Apply toMai.dock wo cannot complain." CORRESPONDENTS.Seaboard .
and Reasonable.
a Mattiiams, Oil Santiago de Cuba, via Playa del here Sunday last, morning evening. locations. Prices National Bank of New York u<
'J'alm lieiich Pinery," Estb, July 11. At half-pait 0 this morning Paris Lawson eeturned home Saturday National Bank of Jacksonville. MTitusville

West Palm Beach, Fla. after several range-finding shots after a year's stay at DeLand.Rev. TITUSVILLE
over the ridge protecting Santiago from Offices :
Louder and Fritz Light are and MIAMI.
W. A.
Cruiser New.nik
Fancy Pineapple Plants. the sea, the United States ,
opened fire Into the city with her 8- hammeifng away lots ot

Hardy, vigorous, giown without shelter inch guns. Mrs. Ruffner and Miss Crtm, of Rose- ESTABLISHED 1875.Wm. .
smooth-leaved Cayenne, Abbaka The signal corps officers stationed on land, spent Sunday In town.W. Meat Market Nm
and Jamaica ltlpley plants for sale, top of the ridge reported the effect of Michael East Coast
K. C. 11. Tyndam., the shots. L. Keefer and Miss Mollie flrst of, A. HOURS & CO....
and Indiana of Orchid, were visitors
Waveland, Fla. The New York, Brooklyn
participated in the firing, at Intervals of the week.L. DUREN, Agent.Rilarnta GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS,

Pineapple Slips and Suckers five minutes. C. Moore, of Erclldoune Inn, was In ,
The bombardment lasted for two hours, town this week. 0 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
For Sale, when General Shatter reported that the
laid the best and most reliable Seeds. A stock of UiJ,
shells mostly falling In the bay and Fifteen carloads of shell are being handle only complete and
Of the following varieties, Smooth doing but were llttlo damage. on Dewey street. Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright

Cayenno, Envll Cltlas, Abbakas and The last shot, however,struck a prominent The M. E, church now has a nice walk dark at wholesagj. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer' Co. !
from plants the henrt of the Star Brand Fertilizers Guaranteed Analysis,Orange ties and Vegetable Fertilizer,
Red Spanish, young church In city, f*
grown laid in front. fertilisers ha
Bone, Nitrate Soda, Muriate of Potash,Sulphate FotaHh, Kalnlt, eto. These
and without cover. For pi ices, call onor which was heavily stored with powder free.A .
In and superior In the market,and a trial will eonvlnee. Send for Catalogue
has sot
addross 0. A. ltouiNsox, atid Ammunition, causing a tremendous The rainy season vegetation
Kdon, Indian Klver, Fla.GEO. explosion. The extent of the damage la is on the boom.

not yet known. The cruisers Long Tom, Lorena and X

.'W. DAVISON & CO., Before Santiago, via Playa del Este, Treat for the Boys in Camp
Guantanamo Bay, July 12. This morning
Fruit & Produce Commission Merchants. General Toral sent a reply to General Tour Itowela With Cweearets. From the north is when they get "that
Shatter's second demand for the unconditional Candy C'utlmrtlc, cure constipation forever.lOo Florida.JAS. blessed pie from mother," or a bottle o'
refund ,
,Wo. If C C.C,fall,druggists money. thelt
Florida Products; Oranges, PINEAPPLES surrender of Snntlagomade our pure Baker Whiskey from any
; Watermelons, Tomatoes and by the latter yestorday Afternoon. In brothers or friends who value their h68]
other vegetables a specialty. his.reply, General Toral referred to his No one should travel away from home wi*
refusal to accede to the American demand out a bottle of our pure Baker Whiskeyor
307-300-311-313 Poydras Street, made on Sunday, and again reiterated PRITCHARD & SON. our XXX brandy. On a vacation trip itessential.
NEW QRM5ANS, LA.Itofer his determination to resist. When ... .
all Co* lnonl the opened from the American lines .
to local auxin*of Express Hie JOHN CLARK SON & CO.,
ret h *K nt *' Louisville* Na hvlll K'y, after the conclusion of the armistice,
Aloi mania Nat'l Hank, Metiopolltan Hunk, N.O. our men were In a much better position, Ho/xca.otTX ,xtois forHardware Commission Merchants and dealers li

Capron's and nines' batteries were Groceries, Grain, Coal, Wines & Llquo*
Established 181)0.T. posted on the heights. On the loft of JACKSONVILLE, FLA.US" .
the lino and In the rear of Bates' lino, *
F. PARK & CO. the Hotchkitm, Gatltng and dynamite | Consignments of country produc
guns occupied a crest on the right center solicited.
and ou the extreme right Best's and
Commission Merchants.ReceiYers Grimes' batterios were posted In the center
of Law ton's division. Our right was
strengthened by a bilgado of Kent's division
Fruits the Sixth and the Sixteenth regulars

of Florida which, and was the pushed Seventy-first to the New westward York, Agricultural Implements, Crockery, Lamps THE C. B. ROGERS

and Vegetables. are until reaching, with Garcla'a within,a line quarter, III formed of a mlloof an and Glassware, Fishing Tackle, and Ammunition Importers and.Wholesale Grocers.

Oranges, Pineapples and Florida Camera, which skirts the bay and Stoves, Tinware and barbed wire. .Provisions Grain Hay Flour Grits Meal Etc,
Fruits a Specialty.Reficrknces forts. and ... ,
Our batteries soon got the range, '
: Citizens' Exchange poured shells into the Spanish entrench TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. Sole Agents forFAIRBANK Our business confined to the tr*

Bank, Richmond, Vs.; Irving National ments. The Ilotobkiss battery swept neither
CANNING CC. I Orders from consumers
entrenchments only.
Bank, New York.Stenolla the outer line of the
buck and forth, cutting down the brush BRAND CANNED MEATS. solicited nor desired.
and any information shelters like a scythe. The Spaniards
ifurnlsbod on application. were soon forced to the blockhouse.A .
Spanish deserter came to our lines BRICK Quotations made promptly on application.wANa'iJJD
27 Jay this afternoon for food. lie said:
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. "The Spaniards are as good fighters as
the Ameticaus, and if we had food and
cigarettes In abundance we would fight
Fish For Sale.I forever." ,,,.
Paris, July 12 The officials of the JACKSONVILLE BRICK CO.
am prepared to supply fresh fish* to Spanish embassy hero communicated to Hides Furs Wool Alligator Skins Tallow Bees-Wai, Etc,
hotels, boarding bouses and private the press this eveuing a dispatch from ,
families. Call at first Ash house on railroad Madrid, declaring that It came from anauthorative BYTIIE
wharf. D. C. Caldwell. source. It set forth in substance 20 St. Jacksonville Fla.
Tit us vllle, Fla. that, although Spain was only Hogan SOUTHERN HIDE & SKIN CO.
in order to maintain her right
,The "Advocate." to fighting repel unjust aggression, she will continue Write ns* for prices and save yonr money. We make State-
the struggle until she obtains Largest Handlers of Skins in the

The lMDtA.tr Rttm Advocatr Is on honorable peace, whatever sacrifices the hardest least absorbent and best brick made in Florida. REFERENCE: National Bank State ot Florida.
saleat the following news-stands, at Ave may be necessary to attain thlaicnd. .
cents per copy : Washington, July 13. While the long Office, Rob Building. Hide Warehouse to 448, Jackson St.
Tltusvllle Fred S. Chaffee. expected fall of Santiago did not take Can supply up to a million on short notice. JACKSONVILLE
J. B. Screven. place to-day, it is evident that the crisis FLORIDA.

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