Indian River advocate

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Indian River advocate
Uniform Title:
Indian River advocate
Place of Publication:
Titusville,Fla. ; Indian River City
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Graham & Walton
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River (Fla. : Lagoon) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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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16. ISTo. 26. TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1S9S. 3iice, 5 c*


Cradles, Springs, Mattresses, all prices.FUHNITURB at Screven's Drug Store, a "red hat." See our now lino ofmen's

SlORK, Titusville. hats. His Excellency, Sir Gllboit Caiter. The Advocatk Is now on file at all
And Topics of General Interest.( Titusville, Fla.Rev. Gakdnkk A Wai.kku.Bom governor of tho Bahamas, has iocoIvimI tiie best hotels In New York city.Wheio .
R. A. Hardee came to town
rom the Seoretsry of State for tho Colonies

Mid General Gossip In connection and Mis. A. D. Penney and yesteiday from Sebastian. to Mr. and Mis. R. L. MotlowTitusville Sir Joseph Chnmbeilaln, London '' do you Intend going this summei -

with Biscayne Kay. Lake Worth, Indian, little girl, Laura, were at Cocoa seveial Note change of James Piltchard itSon's on Monday, a Duo 10-lb. glil tho following telegram : "Replying to Read summer losoit advts. on 7thpage.

Kanana and Halifax Itlvers, Key West days this week.Sheiilf advt., on our 8th page.Mr. your telegram of 2nd August, and your .
Tax Collector and Mrs. E. W. Hall
Point alongr the despatch No. 7I>, jou may accept olTorof Mr. S. H. Peek ..f tho Plaza Rock-
and all other Important and Mrs. Joseph P. Brown J. II. D. Smith, of Eau Gallie, of Sharpen, wcio among tho vlsltois to CJ,5lH>." ,
of I lorlda. ltrlef mention of ledge, Is being congiutulated hy hit
Kaitt Coast few hotus .
in town yesteiday.Mr.
wns this week.Mr. .
returned here, Saturday last, fiom aweek's our lung It was a gieat lelief to many minds
Interesting: Events from Various Parts filends upon the success which is attending
stay In the Ancient City.Mr. Jas. McFarlatie of Palm Beach when this Itifoimation was ciioulatod,
of the World t About People Y u Know Fied S. ChalToo Is back In town the Now Ailington at PctosUcy,
and People Yon I>on't Know Picked W. T. Avcia and family have left for Hendeisonville, N. ( ., Wednesday again fiom n most enoyablo| vacation of says a lato Issue of the Nassau Oiiaidian, Mich., tills season.
to join his wife.Mr. several weeks' 1 Ion )ut to hind at the Amoi'Arrc office.It .
by Our Society Editor and a largestaffnf come back to their place at South Lake < mat In Tennessee.In .
up Another of those pleas int and sociable
was fcatcd that nothing that could bodonewoiild
Correspondent* scattered along the west of Titusville, alter an absence ofsomo and Mis. M. Thompson, of Merrltt consequence of small pox having movu tho of State little dances was given at Hotel Coinilna,
of Florida. weeks at Miami. ariived in town Mr. broken out In somo parts of Tennessee, Scciolaiy
Coast jestoiday.
Kast Mrs, dialled and baby also returned toTitusville. to accede to tho wishes of tho Colony, so Oimoud, on .Sat in day night list. The
Major L. B. Davvsou, of Xauows, Thompson is a promineut gnava jelly Tliev Inning li.ul strongly expressed by our l.eglslatiuo. attendance was not quite so largo ns weluivo

THE ADVOCATE, was in town a day or so tho eaily part of nianufactiucr on Mcrrltt's Inland.Mr. enjoyable time report while avoiy Though it seemed hopeless to mako any seen It, but those who "dipped the

the week, He recently came buck fioma and Mr. J. J. White, of Rock- away. finther attempt, yet tho people of this light fantistlo" had an enjoyablo time.Dr. .

1.50 per annum, In advance. tiip to New Yoik.Dr. ledge, have just returned from a pleasant placo felt that nothing should bo lott.
months ' Killed hy LlitlitntnK. J. It. Maloney nnd child of Koy
1.00 ,
# ,
visit of five weeks with Mis. White'ssister undone, so that, in enso the scheme fell
$2.00 per an. to foreign counti iea.$2r . II. D. Brown, of Daytona, paid at Lake Woith.Rev. through, the blumu for the consequent West, ate guests of Maplewood Cottage.Dr. .
a visit to his old home at Melbourne the the and Mulonoy Is house surgeon of Hotel
During heavy rain thunderstorm loss and damago that would accrue to
fiist of the week. The Doctor's family H. Keigwin, of Oilando, will at Courtonay, a few days ago, the wealth and character of the Colony Key West, whlclfcla managed during the

is Noith for the siinvner. conduct services at the Presbyterian lightning stiuck a tree near M. h. Sams' might not be attached to them. The winter by Mr. L.Tl. Cllley, of tho Cottage -

Miss Coia Brown camo up to town, church at this placo on Sunday next, the cowpen, killing tlueo young calves. relief that was expoiloncod when the and is the present mayor of Key
21st Inst., at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m.Ed. Wost.
her visit Point
Tuesday, from to City news was received was thei-ofoio proportionate

wheieshe had been stopping for seveial Rumph, formerly of Titusville Card of Thanks.Mr. to the anxloty that had been There Is on exhibition In the ollico oftho

days as the guest of the Misses Hall. but latteily of Texas, and a 1)1 other ofGeo. universally felt.It Mount Pleasant House, White Mountains

Attorney aftd Mrs. C. T. McCarty B. Rumph, jr., is now employed in and Mrs. J. P. Loes of Leesvtlle seemed a groat hardship that the a piece of n Spanish Hag taken
the Bank of Bay Biscayne, Miami.Contiactor Secretary of State should so oxerclso his from the cruiser Infanta Mailu Teresa
and sons, of Ankona, were passengeis onMonday's Fla., wish to letuin their most sincere
power in a case of this kind. Tho question after she was sunk olt Santiago, The
train, on their way to Wisconsin McGuire, of St. Augustine thanks to those very generous persons and
concerned tho Colony alone, rclio was formauled to Messis. Anderson
for the balance of the summer.Mrs. on yesterday's who assisted us in sad beieavemont
was a passenger our '
other of the The
no part Empire. A Pi Ire by a young man from.tho U. S.
southbound train route to Palm and loss of 81 181)8.Itallroad .
en July ,
D. L. Gaulden was at DeLand scheme was not one of mush room warship Brooklyn.Tho .
this week, making airangements for Beach to take a peep at Mr. Flagler'sproperty. giowth. It was duslied by all tanks
between the Mount
renting a house duiing the time her son Bull*. and classes. It was not likely that n bicycle path

and daughter will attend Stetson University Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Jones, whole Colony government and people- l'leasant House, White Mountains, and
Craw foul Notch Is
this winter. at Cocoa, Wednesday night, a girl. The The Railroad Commission is prepailngto could bo wholly at sen about a matter success. Messrs, Anderson proving a A Price,
mother and child are getting along nice which had so long engaged their seilous
Collector W. M. Fcatherly, pioprietor institute suits against tho vailousiailioads manauers of Mount Pleasant House,
of the Miami Metropolis, was a ly. The happy father Is agent for the for not observing the older of consideration, or that they would pursue have already booked sovolal bicycle clubs
Floilda East Coast Railway at tUe above a suicidal policy In regaril to It. And
last Fiiday's tiainn the commission specifying that ou and and
passenger on for September, they are otTerlng
this Is the which the
only ground on
route home to Bisoayne Bay from Ocala place. after July 18 the passengor faieou trunk yet special Inducements as to lutes to bicyclists
Intel vontion of the Secretin of Stato tn
and other places.Mrs. The Fiist Alabama Regiment the lines should be 3 conts per mile.Titusville save us fiom ourselves was y conceivable who contomplato a tiip to the

Geo. N. Hatch, of Rocklodge, last of the troops to leave Miami passed It appeals now that what he really White Mountains In September. 'it '

who had been on a couple of days' visit through here about midnight Filday Tannin Factory, wanted wns moio Information on thuBiibject Lieutenant C. P. Howell, U. S. N.,

to Jacksonville, returned home Wednesday. last on their way to Jacksonville. Seveial This Infoimatlon was supplied and Mis. Howell are spondlng tho summer
the trains and
She did not fail to visit Camp of our townsfolk met the soldiers., Tho above works have been In running him by Ills Excellency tho Governor, at Maplewood Cottage, White Mountains

Cuba Libie while in the metropolis.Do dlstiibuted llteratuio among order for tho past two weeks, and tho whose despatch was evidently tho chief whero they are well taken caie ofbv

fail to read inside The teachers' noimal, to be conducted demand for the extract for tanning cause of the change of mind expressed Manager Cllley, Lieut. Howell was
not on our
Reading notice ads. aie ten cents the tides "Home at Titusville by Piof. W. L.Yocum leather has been fallly good. Mr. Wm.M. In the telegiam. So long as it was understood chief engineer on tho lllfated Maine,

''per line on this puge, pages by Cook following"Miss at Thursby's: Medal,," commences at tho schoolhouse Brown has just received an order for to be a question of the valno of tho when she was destroyed by a Spanish l:

Lady ; "Nntuie's on Monday next, the 22nd Inst. A number another caiload. When in full operation bin tacks propel ty It seemed reasonable mine in Havana liaibor, mid the shock

visit to "Our Lively Mosquitoes" and of Brevaid's educatuis aie expected this factory employs thirty hands. enough to get the best pi Ice possible for has Incapacitated him from active service
Mr. Chas. K. Kenyon paid a Method of Fertilizing, "Pineapple
to bo in attendance.Mr. it. But when It was pointed out that slncn that time. He Is slowly te- J
Ills at Sea Breeze this week.Mr. BananaLore etc. etc.Mr. .
family ,
offer contiibiitlon
Mr. Flnglei's wan a gaining his health, however, In the
T. R. Crook, of Clifton, has been nenry J. Eggor has rented the and Mrs. J. O. Walton and Stricken with Paralysis. towards the cost of erection of new barracks bracing cllmnto of the Whltn Mountains.

a visitor to town for a day or so this week.Mr. Young cottage in North Titusville, and Claude Walton are now sojourning at ami not by way of purchase of a
is having It put In good order in readiness Macon, Ga., on one of the highest mountains Our coirespondent from Fort Drum site which ho always undeistood ho was Both tho Howland hotel nud the Scar.boio .

Geo. W. Scobie was attending for his family, who will airfve here they could iind, nnd are enjoying says : Many of the Advocaik londeis to lecelve flee of cost; and that tho at Long Branch, which were opened

to his fish Intel eats at Sebastian this from Alabama in the course of the next themselves immensely, viewing all the will regret to learn that Mr. J, W. whole scheme would fall through If tho on Juno 2.1 last by Proprietor George A.P. .

week. few weeks.Mr. sights to be seen in that part of Georgia.Mr Swain, a prominent and well-known losl- additional 1,1)00) were Insisted upon, Kelsey, chief olork of The Ion, Palm

The postotfice at Jones just north J. P. Turner, a foimer well- dent of Fort Drum, was stilcken with then the Secietary of Stato was convinced Beach, have enjoyed a liberal patronage.Evor .
of Mims was discontinued on the 15thof P. Kroegel, of Sebastian, sold known lesident of Titusville, ariived In on Friday last. Mr. Swain was that he should chango ids attltude since Hie late General U, S. Giant

this month. two barrels of honey this week through town yesterday. He has been spending n his cow-pen at the time he received towards the point. We owo this gave tho Branch the stamp of his emphatlo -*

the medium of the Advocate, and has several weeks with his wife and family the stroko, which has caused him to lose change of attitude largoly to Ills Kxoellency appioval by sojourning there',
Mr. P. D. Parker, one of our valued more for sale. See his advt. elsewhere in Atlanta. Ills hendquarteis are at the entire use of his light side. the Governor, who has come to be this much talked of New Jeisey resort

Hawk's Park subscribers, has gone to on this page. Nothing like advertising New Smyrna, where Mis. Turner and thoroughly convinced of tiio utility or has had strong atti act Ions for New

Georgia for the summer. In the pink paper for good results. childien will probably arilve next week.Mr. The 8. V. White Hold. the scheme, and has heartily supported Yoikeis, a slate of things which the

Divine service will be held at Eau Miss Kate Ptitchard left here, Monday tho action of our Legislature. He opening of hotels like tho Howland and

Gallie on Sunday next, morning and for Miami, wheie she was called bya C. M. Greer, a prominent business strongly backed up the resolution recently Scarboro and their management by proprietors a

evening by Archdeacon B. F. Brown.Capt. telegram from her sister, Mrs. F. T. man of Miami, remained over inTitusville The steamer 8. V. White, formeily cabled, and In Ids despatch evidently like Mr. Kelsoy, naturally and
several days last week en route owned the old Indian River Steamboat tended and in 8v'
Budge, announcing that her little son by presented the matter In such alight necessarily, confirmed, en
and Mrs. James Pritchard returned was seriously ill. We regret to learn to Klssimmee. He was accompanied by Co., has been sold by her late that the Secretary o' Stato could intensified. .
from Daytona Saturday last, his wife and bright son, Charlie. They owner Mr. R. L. Brownlield, of Chloago
that since then Mrs. Budge's boy has no longer refuse to grant his consent.
after an enjoyable stay of several days.Mr. died. will probably return to Miami la two or to Mrs. A n net to Wood, the purchase For this Mir Gilbert Carter deserves the the last day of July, Messrp. Anderson '

three weeks' time. We acknowledge a ice, we understand, being ft.iOO, Mr.Brownlield A Piico personally tested the temperature
Chas. A. Merrltt, of the Times- pi warmest thanks of the pooplo of the
of DeLand a souof of the three principal springs
Master Dick Ray, pleasant call. lias had the boat in commission
Union A Citizen, stopped here a couple of this place the Mount/ Pleasant House, estate,
Mr. S. H. Ray, formerly tho St. Johns river for upon
the week birds to that on sometime We from tho above that
en whisper us
of days the beginning of down to Titusville, Tuesday, to The dickey presume, White Mountains. The artesian spring
route south.Mr. came of days with his friend, Cashier C. II. Gaithside, of the Bank of past. matters have now been satisfactorily near the river bank showed a temperature

L. Kuder of the Southern Express spend LeSeuer a couple Gaulden, at the Indian River Bay Biscayne, Miami, will take unto arranged with Mr. Flagler, and the work of 12 At the end of the beautiful
time in October. of erecting the hotel at Nassau will soon
himself a wife some DIED side
AT MIAMI.On foiest path along the mountain
Co. arrived in town, Tuesday, hotel. Dick has been visiting grandfather
affair will probably take be commenced, With tho establishment
The auspicious
Is the Muskeokee After Immersing
He had been to Osteento at New Smyrna lately. spiing. (
from LeeBburg. place lu New York, and the biide will of such a hostelry as Mr. Flagler will the thermometer In the crystal
open an express office. School Board officer Dan of Wednesday, about one o'clock, the build and a steumshlp service betwoen
Our late be a very estimable young lady Key waters held In Its rocky basin, the mercury
School Supt. Jno. n. Sams, of Courtenay E. Miller, of Bay View, who left for the West, who is also well-known and popular Infant son, Frank Taylor, of Mr. and Miami and Nassau, for the accommodation stow! at 4.1 , but held in the transparent

has been a guest of the Indian Klondike Bome time ago, writes that he at Miami. Mrs. F, T. Budge died at Miami from of tourists, the Bahamians will depths of Birch itock Spring in

River hotel st this place for several days has arrived at Eagle City. Dan has Sheriff Jos. P. Brown who has been cholera Infantum. The remains were undoubtedly dotivo much benefit from the mlniatuio cavern which encloses It,
brought to place yesterday for
this week, attending to school matters.Mr. great hopes of getting considerable gold Dade hunting up their operation. the mercury wns driven down to 40.
down as as county, uplawbreakers interment, Mr. Budge and family accompanying
he thinks will him better
dust, which pay When It is remembered that this Is but
detained longer returned to town yesterday.
J. O. Bast was on Indian tliera, and were taken from the
to than growing pineapples accompanied bv DeputybheiilT. PLEASANT LETTER FROM A eight degrees above freezing It can be
in town than he expected attending wish him success.Uev. was depot to the Episcopal church, where
Kiver. We every said that it Is not that colder
his business affairs, returning to Courtenay M, S. Jones, Jr. SheillT Brown funeral services were conducted by Archdeacon HOTEL MANAGER.Mr safely likely
on Monday evening per steamer.Mr. W. C. Baines, wife and children again staited south on tlio 3 o'clock II. F. Blown In the afternoon. water' can be found liowlng anywhere

passed through herer Monday, en train, for the purpose of dellveiing the The coffin was covereil with floral In the mountains, while analysis shows
S. who had been many Leon If. Cllloy, a former popular bo of remaikable The water
w. Brannlng, route home to Melbournfe. Mrs. Barnes legislation books to tlia vailous pre tributes from sympathizing friends It to puilty. f]
in the Bank of Bay Biscayne manager of Hotel Key Went, writes us from this Is biought fiesh from
assisting spring
and childien had been on a visit to C'ov- cincts. The sheiilT looked tired out In town, and a number of people were
from the White Mountains follows
us :
short time returned this side and Is served to
Miami for tho mountain dally
a ington, Ky., and Mr. Barnes joined them from running mound so much without present at the service. At the conclusion
week to resume his position In the Titusllle at Asbevllle, N. U. Betweeu the hot any rest. the cortf/f wondod its way to the Titus MAPLKWOOI), BBrilf.EIIEM, N. II., the guests upon the veranda nnd In the

\ bank.Mr. weather in Kentucky and the rain In ville cemetery, where the interment took August 12, I SDH. public rooms of the hotel. In the warm
the six have
During past years we the month the attention
weather of
and Mrs. B. W. Curlier and North Carolina, they said they were glad received but two letters fiom our subscribers place. The pall bearers were Messrs.W. Editor Indian Illvfr AduM.hU: of the past has been heaitlly
their bright children Helen and Donald to get back to Indian Kiver, stating that the pink hue of the S. Brannlng, W. E. Youngs, It. K.Mims the appreciated
Anderson & and A. Brown.Mr. Dear Sir Your newsy pink paper I receive by guests.
the of Messis. jr.,
are guests The St. Augnstlne correspondent of Advocate was huitful to their eyes, ,
Price, New Mount Pleasant House, the Jacksonville Metropolis, in the Aug. one of the communications coining from and Mrs. Budge's little boy was regularly, and And It very interest
White X. H. This IS months old ami died rather suddenly ing. It keeps my Intmost In Florida'saffairs
Mountains family ,
'10th issue, says the removal of Gen'l.Freight Greenwich, R. I., a few days ago. All FEW WORDS FROM GEORGIA.Ciiipi.kv .
to the front. I
always am a
their winters at Ormond. where as he was only taken sick last Saturday. great
spend Agent W. J. Jarvls, of the F. E.C. our stall have been handling the pink
admirer of Florida climate and shall always

they have a fine orange grove Lynn- Ky., to Key West is exclusively announced every week for a long time, and The Advocate joins with numerous ,
wood; but they hail from Lynn, Mass.To in that paper. By reference to they paper still have the keenest eyes of any others In offering condolence to the bereaved boom It. I hope when everything Ga., Aug. 10, lavs.KiLtor .
connected with the war Is settled that
In their sad
the Advocate of Aug. 12, it will be men along the East Coast. In fact, not parents loss. Florida will again boom, and you people Indian fliwr Advocate ;
Whom It May Concern.I seen that the item was published in our one of them needs glasses to help his
that live theie will the benefit of
the latter date four days and have experienced no discomfort get Dear Sir My family and self arrived
columns on eyesight, EVERYTHING IN THE -SUMMER be
continued I to InFloilda
in the Jacksonville daily.Messrs. such the two subscribers refer prosperity. expect In this beautiful town on the l.Uh Inst.,
before it was as dress goods lino at reduced prices.Gahdxbh .
the winter and
again coming
have just received a carload of and are pleasantly spending a few days 1
trunks and valises; but, unfortunately, Wm. M. Brown and E. L. t A Walkeii. shall hope to see you during that time.I with friends and our relative, Dr. W. B.

a* we have not room enough for all of Brady came bome to Titusville from On Tuesday afternoon the following will send you some of our White Tucker, wliv resides not far from the
Monday the heavy business jovial party registered at the Indian Fine Property for Sale or IJx- Mountain and trust will tlnd
them in our large store, we would like Miami on papers, you famous White Sulphur Springs. We are
to sell at least twenty-live of these floe rush having subsided since the evacuation Kiver hotel, Titusville, from Bartow : clianjre them of interest. certainly enjoying the fine fruit and the

trunks and valises at a very low price, of the troops. Mr. Brown has had Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Burdlne and three Yours very truly, waters of Georgia. I shall leave for
rush of business at the Bank of children, Mrs. E. P. Quarterrnan, Mrs.Hamilton. Lkov H.
to make room for the remainder. a big Florida on the 2sth Inst., but my family
Julius Klise, Bay Biscayne for some time past, causing Mr. Burdlne has been recognized The Hector Island property, a beautiful [The Aovocatb acknowledges receipt will remain In Georgia until the latter

Titusville, Fla. him to lose 171bs. la avoirdupois. He is for some time past as one of Bar place at Melbourne, on Indian Jtiver, of the White Mountain papers referred part of October.I .

now taking a much-needed rest from bis tow's prominent merchants, and has Florida. to by Mr. Cllley, who has our thanks for have been talking up our beautiful

banking labors, and Is giving some attention gone to join bis son, who has a very This property comprises a dwelling same. They are full of illustrations of Indian River country, ami a great many

Fine Residence and l'lneapple to his fine orange grove at LaGrange successful business at Miami. Their house, store, 10x00, with It rooms upstairs that beautiful section of the United Georgians speak of visiting the East

Plantation For Sale.A and his tannlo acid factory at business on Biscayne Bay has Increased ; steamboat wharf; also a small States, and are very Interesting. Ed.] Coast this coming winter. I tell them

this place. to such an extent that they have decided tangerine orange grove, banana and we have but one Indian River.We .
to rent one of the new stores In other fruits with lawn
rare shrubbery
to receive
are always pleased
most beautifully-located in the building of which
Arcade row, tennis and artesian well.
ENAMEL BEDS CRIBS, Curtain ground line line just received.OAltD.fElt newsy Advocats; In fact I do not see
from high a
plantation overlooking a WHITE Banker Brown, of this place, has been The owner will sell the property for
how could do without it.
bluff Indian River In Toilet sets.Fckxititre. A Walkkh.Wooil we
the picturesque ; poles, Interested. asked
largely one-fourth the amount by the late
Yours truly
the centre of the pineapple section; large Stoke, ,
Modern Titusville Fla. C. J. Hector, or will exchange for a good W. J. Tucker.jy .
oat-houses. ,
roomy buildings and Headquarters for Teachers. orange grove and residence near a town for Sale.AH .
conveniences; inside toilet arrangements between Titusville and Biscayne Bay.

baths, sewerage; boat-house and and Honey for Sale. The Indian Rlrer hotel will be headquarters For particulars, apply to the owner, kinds of wood, from si x Inches to As an advertising medium, no
pier; lawns, shrubbery, flowers 17 for teachers who attend the James Palmer, four feet or over; eat clean. Delivered paper on the East Coast can beat the

acres in full bearing, best quality pine Several barrels of fine, new honey for Summer School in Titusville on August Patchogue, L. J.Or at residences at lowest possible rates. Advocatk. Give ns a trial advt.,

apples.further particulars of "Vvsxxmx," sale, cheap. P. Kboeoci., 22nd. Special rates. Apply early for to bis Attorney. F. J. Webb, Charles K. Kejvtox, and be convinced of the pink paper'sworth.
Titusville Fla. Titusville Fla. .
Sebastian, Fla. rooms. ,
care Advocate, TltusvUle, Fla.


Thursby, a well-known and popular resident NATURE'S METHOD OFTILIZING. FERGEORO MARX. JOIIN MARX.
of Merrltt, Indian Rver, who, recently .

passed through TltUsvllle, en BY LADY COOK (/ur&TENNKSSBE CLAFLIN)

Face., Hands and Armo Covered With route to the home of'his sister in NewYork' [Continued from last week]. Editor Indian River Advocate.It Wholesale Dealers In
Scrofulous Humors How *
Was Effected. A home Is the place where those who Is surprising how little the hints GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE.
love in that nature gives as to the best methods ..
meet private communion
When Ave years old my little boy had
and It the her can unbend of securing soil-fertility are hoeded by
scrofula on his face, hands arms. ; place w tbey
was worst on his chin, although the sores VENTION. and be at ease among those who are the ordinary farmer. In a general way 131 and 133 East Bay Street and 6 and 8 Newnan Street,

on his cheeks and hands were very bad.It dearest to thern. Home Tooke tells us all arable soil may be said to be the result aTAOlaCJSOXX kT-lllO. 3l r>

appeared in the form of red pimples There will be held a convention of the that (he word is the past' participle of of the growth of plants. Freshly x-iclci"

which would tester, break open and run Democratic Party of Brevard county, the Anglo-Saxon verb haeman to come disintegrated rock is generally quite unfertile ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY

and then scab over. After disappearing Florida, at Fort Tierce, Wednesday,September together. But as we have seen, we have kindly nature takes up the process

they would break out again. They caused 21st, at 10 a. m., for the purpose Invested tt with thousand tender just where sun, rain and frost have
a associations
and the little sufferer had We for all kinds of Seed and Potatoes
Intense itching are headquarters Eating and Cow Peas-
the officers
of nominating following : ,
left Some form
it. vegetation
to be wa.ched continually to keep him which make It the symbol of scanty guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of nay, Grain and Feed. We want
from scratching the sores. We became One representative In state legislature; domestic felicity.Yet comes, then decay, then more plant your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
one tax assessor; one tax collector; one growth, more decay until finally the
greatly alarmed at his condition. Mywife's / in every social sphere we find ,
mother had had scrofula and the treasurer; three members school board; that there are numberless houses which broad forest with its deeply rooted MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.d .

only medicine which bad belpd her was five county commissioners, all to serve' are only homes in name, all the elements sources of nutriment, its annual leaf

Hood's Sarsaparilla. We decided to give two years, also for any other business of unity and harmony being absent. fall, finally turns barren rock-dust Into LE3. r3 ZE3 Sc

It to our boy and we noted an improvement that may come before It. And when we consider how sacred and fertile soil. This Is nature's method ofmanuring. aaCSae < OO. ,

in hi' case very soon. After giving Known Democrats, and all other voters far-reaching In its consequences Is awellconducted It is thus that the Available DEALERS IN

Mm four bottles of Hood's driven Barsaparllla out of his who will pledge themselves to the household, bow vast the plant food from deep underlying layers IFM-XXO "\vVlnes aEtxxca.'vi.oirs
the humor had all ,
various precinct commutes to support of subsoil are brought to and concentrated
moral Influence it exercises from
blood and it has never since returned. 417, & 419 XT' Bay St.,
nominees of this convention will be
the the surface.Tiees .
William Bartz, 416 South Williams St., to age, we cannot doubt that the welfare upon
allowed to vote at piimaries or mass and not JACKSONVILLE, . FLA.
deep-rooted plants only
South Bend. Indiana. and purity of the humblest home is a

You can buy Hood's Barsaparllla of all meetings for selection of delegates. matter of national importance. Splendid pump up from below a vast store of already RICH WINES create tiood, rli'h lies],
Be to get only Hood's. Precinct Committees will appoint time soluable plant food but they are thy blood. Don't make the mistake at
druggists. sure or simple, each is a powerful unit tni)ing; *aur l K>r wine because it .
and place for holding primaries or mass It is not. It bus a .
directly concerned in Its Increase. Even nasty dins.greeaule
cure Liver Ills i easy to talta, for good or evil, a sound or rotten brick effect the stem
PIUS upon s> while
essy to opera 2ft cents. meetings and give due notice of same. in the whole social edifice. It becomes the most tender rootlet, from the acids good wine is really not expensive, and a

Precinct Committees will be the same which It secretes is able to bore its Hives you that pulled-together, self.
necessary, therefore, if we would be way satisfied feeling.trsr .
as at last convention. and have into the disintegrating fragments of We tuske a Specialty of North Csro.una .
prosperous as a a Mountain Dew torn W
The various precincts will be entitled wholesome future, that particular regard rock and thus liberate and bring to the years old, *2.50 per gallon.I'artlea .
representation as folio ws: which would otherwise living in Dry Towns will do
should be given to our own homes, and surface nutriment, well to order from us, as we can sax
lady of Stuart sends the following Grange j. .4 Narrows. . 1Ueorglana. suitable measures provided to secure the remain locked up. In this way vegetable them 60 per cent, on all orders.EST" .

for publication in the Advocatk: Titus villa 11 .. 1Merrltt life becomes the active instrument Always send money with orders.
homes of the V will not
poor.We open new accounts unlet,
Feelingly dedicated to their discontented bills.] City Point 3 3La suitable Jacksonville reference is ,
[ those who from recklessness of its Increase. It will thus be given
Cocoa & RockledgeilKan Canaveral 2Haulover may / o*>X s7 Ko Goods sent CO. D to Hrv Towns,
Bkeeters liuve the reputation Gallie . . a 1 or wilful misconduct destroy their seen that when left entirely to nature's jy&mfh hirNC:' Agent for Indianopolls Brewing Co.,

Of continuous application Melbourne . .2Malabar Spruce Bluff. . 1Aukona own domestic who ruin their own handiwork the tendency with all soils isto I \ Brewers and Hottlers, lndianupolis, lad.
To their | >lHiinous profession; 1 1Mlcco peace, Hercules Malt Tome, $2.28 per case; Clayton <& Russell Wild Cherry Brandy, 84.50 per case.
Never iiiIhhIiiu; nightly session, Sebastian HFt. ] lives and those of their children, yet we constantly Improve.

Wearing out your life's existence Pierce 5Kden Banyan 2 cannot give them our sympathy. We The more closely we follow nature's

II] their practical persistence. 2Ft. White City nay feel for them, but not with them. ways in our methods of fertilization, the SAW AND 1'LANINO MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YAKI>,

Would I hail the power to veto Drum 1 Woodley . But we must both pity and sympathize more certain we are to be on the right I'xlatka, Flu. E. Bay St., Foot of Catherine.
Hill* of every mosquito; 4
with the children of misfortune and track. A soil covered with vegetation,
Then I'll jibbs a peaceful summer, M. S. Samh, Tiios. Johnson, ,
With 111) small nocturnal hummer with all who are deprived of the comforts whether growing crops or grass, or even WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
Sec. tem. Chairman
pro ,
Feasting on my circulation, of a home through the unavoidable weeds, is, other things being favorable, ,
Democratic Ex.
For his roirular potation. an improving soil while one kept barren
accidents of life. What then should be Manufacturers of

Oil, that rascally inosqil I to I Ilie's our feelings for those who never knew of vegetable growth, either by plowing
w fellow you must see to; $100 Reward, $100.
one, who came into the world enveloped or otherwise, is either stationary or and Lath.
Which yon can't >Io If you're napping, # Cypress Lumber Shingles *
Hut must ho evermore be slapping The readers of this paper will be by misery and depravity, who were nurtured retrograde in fertility,. ,

June promiscuously on your features; pleased to learn that there Is at least in crime, bred In Ignorance, Idle- The old plan of "Summer Following"as
For you'll sehlom lilt the creatures. dreaded disease that science has been one ness and filthy surroundings, and taught a preparation for fall crops is, therefore A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles,

Hut the thing most aggravating able to cure In all its stages and that Is to live viciously as others are virtuously? an essentially faulty method. The lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. CypieMmouldings

I* the cool ami calculating catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only effect of rain and atmosphere of all patterns a specialty.
How can words express the pity which disintegrating sun,
Way In which he tunes his harpstrlngTo positive cure now known to the medical When at home write us for prices when our come and see us.
; up
the meloily of sharp sting; fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional should be felt for these P And what dowe are apparent enough, and the

Then proceeds to serenade you, disease, requires a constitutional do for them ? Nothing, absolutely following crop may be abundant and

Ami successfully evade you. treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken nothing unless it be to punish them for seemingly remunerative. But It is secured

When a skeeter gets through stealing, Internally, acting directly upon I bo blood their environment. And Indeed it is at the expense of permanent soil
He snlls upward to the ceiling, and mucous surfaces of the system, THE SOUTHERN FUEL & SUPPLY Company.
Where he sits in deep reflection thereby destroying the foundation of the difficult to know what steps should betaken fertility. Humus, the most precious of

How he perched on your complexion, disease, and giving the patient strength with the hopelessly destitute, and all soil constituents, is to be sacrificed,
by building the constitution and assisting while from the absence of rootlets to absorb
Filled with solid satisfaction up with hardened and iireclairoable offendIF
At the result of his extraction. nature In doing its work. The it, there is always danger that some Wood Goal Coke Brick Lime Cement
proprietors have so much faith in Its ,
Tiny form attenuated town and almost portion of the sol uable liberated food
curative powers, that they offer One Every every village,
'Byiny Itenkless life In blood your stimulated perseverance, Hundred Dollars for any case that itfulls has its quota of such. Great cities will be carried away by drainage or Yitrifled Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
to cure. Send for lint of testimonials. removed
Heedless of all Interference, swarm with them, and their evil influence mechanically by heavy rains.
You can yet command my favor is felt in every quarter of the king Artificial fertilizers in the hands of an
If you'll only bite my neighbor. Toledo, O.Dy will not be used 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telephone 262J.
Sold by druggists, 75c.It dom. In London, it is said, there 'are intelligent planter merely

K. MUNNERLYN General Manager.trogen .
MISS THURSBY'S MEDAL. There are times when there is more who never know in the morning should be directed with reference to ,

religion in rolling up the sleeves and where they will lie down at night. And permanent soil improvement. Remembering

Was Riven Originally by Csar Alexander going to work than there Is in a dramatlo this is not the whole of the evil. The what has already been said as to fV I Invite your Attention to my Complete Stock of

II to Tlctjens.No prayer for bread beside an empty meal honest working poor, whose two great role which vegetation plays in nature's

one can meet Miss Emma Thursby bwrel. difficulties are the want of a sufficiency method of manuring, It will not be at all -* HARDWARE AND CROCKERY 4-

without noticing that she wears always of remunerative labor and decent home difficult to combine the two. All progressive

about her heck or fastened"at some part YOU HAVE ANY disease due to accommodation at a moderate rent, are agricultural authorities are now
Glassware and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods Stoves Tinware Granite
Lamps ,
of her gown a large medal, says an exchange. Impure or impoverished blood like
often thrown the of the use of clover and
by stress poverty cow-peas ware, doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, ice cream
scrofula salt
Its history Is full of interest. should rheum take, dyspepsia Hood's or catarrh Into unwilling contact with the criminal other slmular leguminous plants, heavily freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, garden tools,
Alexander II, emperor of Russia, was an and you be promptly cured.HOOD'S Sarsaparilla classes. The moral consequences are fertilized when necessary with potash plows and harrows, paints and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry netting
ardent lover of music. At the time of and barbed wire
deplorable. Homes which should be and soluble phosphates, as the only ,

his visit to Great Biitain he heard for clean wholesome nnd of simultaneous Harrison Bros' Ready Mixed. Paints.Plence .
PILLS are easy to take, easy tooperate. permanent, are practicable plan securing

the first time at Her Majesty's theater Cure Indigestion, biliousness. squalid, fetid and precarious. The labor soil and crop Improvement, Write me for Prices. I respectfully solicit a pop

in London Therose Caroline Tietjcns,1 1tho 25 cents. difficulty Is Insuperable, and must be Fall fertilization is of course often advisable your patronage.. Mail .Orders given Prompt aud Careful Attention, aud Inquiries fur

great prima donna of the day. She left to the natural operation of economic in the case of fruit trees, and in prices answered promptly
3VE. 33.
Life Is a circus in which
was then giving her Impersonation of everybody laws. ItJs futile to attempt to create the lower Gulf States, where winter gardens
Valentine In "The Huguenots." Alexander takes the part of a clown sometimes West Palm Beach Fla.tiomof .
labor by foiced or artificial means, for are practicable, it Is of course Imperative. ,

was enchanted with her mighty during his sojourn. this would eventually intensify the evil. Indeed, the earlier these

soprano voice. She became a great favoiito ''Love thy neighbor as thyself Is all But ono great work can be done, and things are attended to, the better the

with htm, ami ho would never very good to read in the scriptures, but should be done without delay. Public results. If the progressive horticulturist

miss, if possible, an opportunity to hear how about the man next door who Islonrning authorities should be invested with has taken care to have his ground Magnolia Grocery....

her sing. As ,a murk of his favor he to play the fiddle 9Tt ample to foul covered by a heavy summer growth ofcowpeas
powers sweep away tenements or some other equally effectual "Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
presented her with the medal, simply to acquire necessary sites by compulsion gatherer of nitrogen and humus, he occupies

requesting that at her death she would and to erect a sutHciency of a distinct vantage ground. The STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.

bequeath It to ono as great as she. healthy and suitable accommodation for problem of fertilization Is greatly simplified. .

The medal Is fully ;i indies In diameter He can probably stop buying ni-
the laboring classes at the lowest
possible and pay out his good dollars for Butterine, 14cts. per pound.
nd Is of Persian antiquity, although the rates say, at a clear 3 per cent, on phosphoric acid and potash. Neither of Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please you.

large turquois In the center Is a Russian the total cost. We require far more these fertilizing elements are likely to
102 Main and 33 West Streets JACKSONVILLE FLA.
waste after the summer rains have Forsyth ,
amulet. It is supposed to prosper the stringent provisions than any that exist
coased, the sooner he gets them incorporated Telephone Xo. 205.ltemarkable .
wearer and is a token of distinction. In
against the overcrowding and the
cupidity with the surface soil the better.
its peculiar workmanship It Is without arival. of owners of Insanitary tenements. For this purpose a harrow is superior toa

A very long chain, also Persian In Forfeiture of their property after repeated plow and some form of light cultivator

design, Is attached to the medal. On offences would not be too great a is better than either. EASY RIDING.

the death of Mine, Tietjens In Eugland, NOKMAN ROUtNSON.
punishment for these
gentry. They All the time and speed when you
Oct. .1, 1877, It was found that she had have contaminated the community, morally want it is a great featuie of
willed the medal to llermine Rudersdortf
and physically, long enough.Jhe ALEX NKAK. KKNK8T TAYLOR.
who was then probably the best poor pass their lives in a stern

appreciated concert singer in Europe, school, and are as conscious of their NEAR 81 TAYLOR ,

She had been born at Ivanowsky, in the Qlant Despair. faults as the rich are of theirs perhaps (Successors to John McAllister.) Here are some Keating points for your consideration-

Ukraine, where- her father was known asa One of the most horrible more so. They do not require to be
The Frame makes
famous violinist. In 1871-2 she things about the Artesian Well ItSTRONG.
was Contractors
nervous diseases to which preached to, or at, any more than others. .
engaged by the Boston festivals, and women are peculiarly District visitors, tracts, teetotal lectures ,

afterward made her permanent home Intliis overwhelming subject is the despair sense of and charities, small or great, will not EAU GALLIE, FLA.ShaYing The Construction makes it

country. Her singing of Medea at which they bring upon the mind.A save them. They want dwellings where DURABLE.

the Crystal palace Is still remembered bymany. woman's mental condition isdirectlv the decencies of life can be observed, The Bearings give It
and affected Parlor.
After she retired from public ilment of powerfully the delicate, special by where domestic comfort Is possible, SPEED.

lifo she devoted herself to the teaching organs of her sex. Such a difficulty where cleanliness, cheerfulness, sobriety The Double Roller Chain
not only racks her body with pain and suffering
of music. Miss Emma Thursby was one FLT.Up .
but burdens her with mental anguish and morality may And a place In a MAKES IT

of her pupils. which words can hardly describe. word, they want homes. hill, down hill, on the tour, road or track
Miss Thursby was born In Brooklyn. Thousands of women have had a similar
experience to that of Mrs. Burath A. It has No Equal. 6 -
She studied under Archllle Erani and at
Williams, of Westport, Oldham Co., Ky., Kescue. Send for Catalogue.KEATING.
Milan under San Ciovanni and Laropertl. in which the use of Dr. Pierce's wonderful

While she her studies In "Favorite Prescription," by imparting WHEEL COMPANY
was completing health and strength to the feminine organism Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plalnfield, 111 ,
America with Mme. Rudersdorff the has not only restored complete vigor makes the statement, that she caught Middletown, Conn.
and capacity to tie bodily powers but has
latter had an opportunity to become acquainted
also given renewed brightness and buoyancy cold, which settled on her lungs; she
with her voice. At the time of of spirit. wns treated for a month by her family

her extended trip through Europe she "I suffered forovet a year."says Mrs.Williams, physician, but grew worse. He told her [Remember, the Advocatk, Titus >'o Cure Xo Pay.
with indigestion ami nervous prostration. I vllle, does all kinds of job printing. Give
was greeted everywhere with enthusiasm. was unable to rat or sleep. I tried several physicians that she was a hopeless victim of consumption us a share of your work.] That is the way all druggists sell
hut they only helped me for a short time.A .
In Sweden the tieople took tho friend advised me to take tr. Pierce's Favorite and that no medicine could GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TOXIC

horses from her carriage that they might Prescription', Dr. Pierce's' Golden Medical Discovery cure her. Her druggist suggested Dr.King's Duckleii's Arnica Salve. for Malaria, ..Chills and Fever. It i*
and Pellets, I commenced Xew
have the honors of drawing it them medicioce last Msv. Toole three bottles of the Discovery for consumption; simply'Iron and Quinine In a tasteless
selves. It Is not surprising that to so Favorite Prescription.* three of the 'Golden she bought a bottle and to her delight The best Salve In the world for cuts, form. Children love |t. Adults pre'""
Medical Discovery,' and three vials of the Pellets found herself benefited from first' dose. bruises It to bitter tonics. Price, 60c.AMi .
should ,' and leellnjr better I sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever nauseating
beloved a pupil Mme. RudersdorlT am now than have for She continued its use and after taking
two years. Have a good appetite, sleep well, sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
six bottles
have medal. It Is said herself sound and well
bequeathed aad da> not stiOer from indigestion or narvonaI ; corns, and all skin and
eruptions, posi
to be the only ornament Miss Thursbyver have (rained seven and a half pounds now does her own housework, and Is as H. S. MEADOR. tively cures riles required.Malarlon Is devoid of bitter t at .
since taking- these medicines. I have recora-' she ever was. Free trial bottles of this or no pay
wears. mended Dr. Pierce's medicine to several ladies, great discovery at F. S. Chaffee's Washington Avenue, It Is guaranteed to give perfect satlsfac- Cures Chills and Fever; acta on the Hrtion -
one of whom is now taking it and is betas' drug
Miss Thursby is a sister of Mr. L. Brestly beaeated" store. Large bottles 50 cts and $1. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. .ar money refunded. Price 25c per er and regnlates the system generally
box. For safe
by F. S. Chaffee A Co. All Druggists.,



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professional Cards."cobo NOTICE. Joe Fisher lots 2, 4, bh ok K, Fisher's addition 88 .,,11

Steve Kills lot 3, block E, Fisher's additloP 1 75 HODGES & GODFREY
M Fisher lots ,
2, 4, F, 60
> X. KOBsrm. TTAlteb 8. Graham. S A Bartleld lot 3, 1 10 .

BOBBINS A GRAHAM, Notice Ishereby.glven that the following described lands will be sold at publio Phoenix Mills lot bounded north by Lemon street, south Manufacturers of

auction on the 5th day of September, A. D. 1SD8, at the door of the Town Council by Broad slreet, west by Enlg street, .31fl

ATTORNETS-AT-LAW, Rooms, In the Town of Tltusvillo, county of Brevard, State of Florida, or so much east by street not yet named, known as Yellow Pine Lumber
thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due the Town of Tltusville for Factory street 12 80 ,
Office IIoubs: From 10 to 12 a. m., taxes herein set opposite to the same, together with costs of such Bale and advertising WA Rawls north 212 feet of lot 30, block 34, plat inbtw
and 2 to 4 p. m.Titusville : HOUGH A DRESSED,
>k I, pane 505E
Brevard Co., Florida.i' D. B. TRITCHARD, Tax Collector.OWNER. B Bishop block 45, described in deed book I, page 515E Orange Bos II
O. l oi 18' G Harris south 11 acres of lot 1, describud in deed Fruit A Vegetable* Crates.Lumtter .
Will prsotlce In all tha courts state and fed book O, pago 288E
ilollvereil st any psrt i>f Indian Rlveeon
''Special fooilitlai (or examining and perfectuk DESCRIPTION. Am't.Taxes.. G Harris part northeast t4 of northeast }{, deed book through liillnf linllna. Anyone contemplating t
land title*. O, page 288W ImlUunir on the Kast Coast, wimlil il well towrlre
All in Sec. 3, township 22 S., rango 35 E.southhalf A Futch lot 0, Morrows' addition for price*. The Hawmlll Is situated on tbeJ. >
., T. A K. W. Ity B miles south of TalatkrSutsiinin Asf
Gardner & Emmerson of 3 20
west-half lot 1. block A *
riNOR S. JOKES All In Section 31, Township 21 South, Rango 35 East.C Piitiiitiii co.Fla.
unknown lot 1, Wager's sub-illv of lots 3, 4, 5, 0, Illglits,
block A 5 00 II Watson southeast corner block 1, Rico's addition .

ATTORNEYATLAW.HTUSVILLE Indian River Loan & Improvement lot 3, Wager's sub-div of lots 3, 4, 5, (t, LD Lockard northeast corner block 1, "
Co block Alotfl 5 00 Wm Smith block 2, Rice's addition. Choice . .

BREVARD CO., FLA. Mrs Jessie Wager Wager's subdiv of lots 3, 4, 5, fl, L M Pilce block 3 and south half of block 0, Nice's Wines,Liquors
block A 18 00 addition

County Judge of Brevard County.T" EB Wager lot 4, Wager's sub-div of lots 3, 4, 5, 0, Howell Titus % . north half of block 0, Rico's addition . and Cigars.
block A 3 50 E II Hoi ten northeast corner of block 7. HIco's add. . Guaranteed Pure.

Indian River Loan & Improvement lots 5, 0, 14, 18, 20, 22, 124 Wager's subdivof Allen Greely northeast coi-ner block 0, HIco's addition. .<*
L. GAULDEN, Co lots 31, .*.( block Ant 23 80 Steve Ellis south-t of block 0, Sold at reduced i.1 i.
Elliot Titus of lot 1, except north 20-ft Wager's sub- Howell Titus 100-ft square block II, ' piicea

ATTORNET-AT-LAW, div of lots 3, 4, 5, block Bn 3 50 E II Rice n} of block 1, all blocks 4, 5, wj Mock 7, Imported

Town of TltusvilleII 20-ft lot 1 Wager's sub-div of lots 3, 4, 5, part blk 8, nil blk 10 exo to Flood, blkII Taksy Wine, '
Will practice In all the Courts nf the State U block Blot 3 10 exo to Titus, all blk 12, Hire's avo from
>r Florida,and the United States Courts.P. T Titus 3 Wager's sub-div Of lots 3, 1, 5, It, blk Bnj 3 t0! J P Turner south part lot 5, block It, Coleman's add. . Italy.

O. Box,236. TITUSVILLE, FLA. D W Tuttle lots 5, Money to Loan. 18AT (I block IIsj 3 70 unknown lot 0, block C, ,

II N NolleD lots 5, (I, LeBaron map of Tltusville, blk Blots 3 20 J I* Turner lots 7, 8, 0, block O. Metropolitan Saloon, 12-1 East Bay St..
W Tuttle. . 7. 8, and nfr lots !), 10, block Csouthhalf 4 1)5) J P Turner riots 12, 13,
GOLDSMITH, S J Norton . ." of east-half lot 2, block Dnorthhalf 3 20 M E Titus north-* block I, Titus' addition JACKSONVILLE, FLOKIDA.Wlol .

i Duren 23 50 Howell Titus block 1 .....
& KeasterM of west-half lot 2, block Dwesthalf south-i <> lll Klltl ItetMll.
E Titus lot 7, block E 3 20 Theo Titus all block 2, "

ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, Indian River Loan & Improvement Howell Titus all block 3, "
CoJ east 00-ft lots 8, 10, block F 0 00 Annie E Titus lot 1, block I, The Largest and Most Complete

Htusvllle, Florida. A Coleman north strip lot 1, block G 3 20 I. M Bowman lots I, 5, block 4, Establishment South.GEO. .

J A Coleman south strip lot 1, block G . . 3 20 W It Wolfe lots 8, 0, block 4,

G A Montgomery part lot ties, in deed book M p tillO, lot 1 I) W Tuttle lots 1, 2, 3, I, block (I, Titus' addition S. HACKER & SON
block g .; 12 20 W II Myers lot 5, block tt, ' "

J. WEBB, L A Coleman wj of lot 2, des. in deed book II, page 304, DW Tuttle lots 0, 7, 8, II, 10, blk 0 ' >

lot 2, block G . . 0 30 Annett Cleveland lot 1, block 8, .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, D W Tuttle lot 1, block II 1 75 L It Biglow lots 2, 3, I, 0, 7, 10 blk 8 '

Will practice in tlie Courts of the 7thircuit. M E GrnberB lot 2 north lS-ft, lot 4 block K 17 70II Turknett lot 5, block 8, . .

Taxes paid for nonresidentsnud R Wilson lots 5 and (I, block K .- DOI W W Tozer blocks I, 2, 3, I, 5, (I, wj; blk 7, Carpenter's

rents and accounts collected.Tltusville A T FeastcrME lots I and 2, block Lsouthhalf ) 00lotl addition 0 30
Titus of west-half, block Lnorthhalf 01
\ Florida. It L Lockard of west-half block L 20

Thco Titus v lots 3, 4, LeBarron's map of old block 3. . 75 PINEAPPLE AND BANANA at tho left of tho fruit about its middle,

T O. FRIES M E Titus lot 7, LeBarron's map of old block 3 17 LORE. a cut just deep enough to secure u ill inhold.
C. E. lots 2 and 4 20
Mrs J E Harrison east sub-div of block 4
Now will tho
a steady pull lip
Gustavo MosingLUzie lots (J and,8, 4 02
COUNTY SURVEYOR. V Rice lot east snb-div of block 4 4 05 When ono has lived whore pines grow, rind from bud to stem along tho edge, 'JJ

M C Weiser lot 10, east sub-div of block I 2 04 It always seems a shameful sight to look aud continuing tho pull tho rind will unwrap I

Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. Pace & Doyle lot 2, block linorthhalf 1 75 upon the butchery which overtakes the itself in a continuous piece around

Happing neatly done. Estimates for M Goldsmith lot 5, block 0 1 75 pineapple before It gots to the tables of tho fruit, currying with It every strip of MANUFACTURERS OF
F W EmmersonS lot 1, block 8 3 78
all kinds of engineering works. Disputed O Vanlandingham. . lot 3, block () 7 55 those who do not know how to eat tho Inner fibre nnd the tasteless pith always Doors Sash Blinds

lines a specialty.TrrusviLLE II J BarksdaleE lot 7, block 0 4 05 fruit, says tho Chicago Inter-Ocean. Its found at the butt end. There will be nodilrlculty ,

B Wager lots 13, 15, 10, 21, i5! AVager's sub-div of lots rind Is hacked olT, tho eyes gouged out, In doing this if tho banana is attho Moulding & Building Material.

Brevard Co., Flokida.Wm. 3, 4, .*>, li, block A .- 030 and tho meat is cut In slices, tho juice right stago of rlponess for eating asa
Theo Titus lot 3, block 17 1 4(1II (
S II RayHowell lot 7, block 10lotl 80 runs away ami Is lost, the llesh Is llhrous, hand fruit, that is, when the fruit liasbecomo Office A Warciooms. King, opposite

Scott. Gohdon R. Rkoome.CCOTT Titus 12 0 00 and.tho core is always left as an unpleasant yielding to the touch. Cannon Street.Charleston .

A BROOME, E B Wager part lot 3, block 12, described in deed book central fact; and all this 111 Bananas to bo cooked must be taken S. C.

W, page 105 18 00 treatment of n delicious fruit because at an early stage. If they ate to be ,
lot 1 block 13 3 20
The3 Titus ,
ATTORNEYSATLA W, Brevard County Abstract of the rind, anil tha eye In particular, can baked they should bo taken just when Sash Weights Cord and

(over Bank) Title Co 14 7 55 sting tho mouth liko a nettle, though, tho green color Is beginning to change totho ,

Miami, Florida.ft Theo Titus lots 2 and 8, block 14 3 20 like tho nettle, they aro porfeclly harmless yellow of ilpencNs. Hemove the rludami Hardware.
lots and 111/ 2 (It
2 10
D W Tuttle ,
if properly handled. There is but bako in a quick oven on buttered
Theo Titus |.'. . lot 12, 1(1 1 40
/ EORGE W. ALLEN M E Stewart lot 2, 17 1 40 one proper way to deal with tho pine, pans. For frying they must be allowed Window and Fancy Glass

TE Hail lot 5, 17 0 10 and this Is it : to ripen until tho rind Is all yellow, but A SPECIALTY.BO .

M E Titus lot 0, 1S..T 1 40 Select one from small to medium In the llesh Is still hard. Squeeze tho fruit

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Annie Jackson lot8, 1!) 88 size (for in these tho ll.ivor Is best), and steadily from end to end in Iho whole !
lot 2 02
E B Wager 111
Key West, Florida. E Gory south half of lot 10, block 1ft 88 never take one which has not both stem hand until something is felt to give ovenly YEARS'EXPERIENCE

Will practice in the United States Howell Titus lot 11, block 10 1 17 and crown. Removo tho stem and throw Inside. Kc'movo the rind, and tho

aud State Courts. 0jun05T"R. M C WeiserW lot 8, block 2(1( 88 it away, but, after twisting out the fruit can he separated In three longitudinal
lots 2 and 3 block 1 4(1(
R Wolfe 22
crown, keep It for future loforcnre. In segments. Dip In white of an egg
unknownunknown lot I, block 22 1 40I
F. II. HOUGHTON, lot 5, I 40 the shallow pit from' which the crown and plunge Into a kettle of boiling oil.

EllaM Harris lot (I, 4 05 has been twisted, drive two strong skewers This is a Philippine recipe, and no one

unknownunknown lot 7, ,. 1 40 down through the central core .until who has ever tried It will be content Traoc Mark*
lot8 1 4(1(
DENTIST.D.iytona A they just come through at the bottom. with a banana cut Into disks or strips Dcsions
lotll 1 40
unknown lot 12, 1 40 Then pull the skowors apart, and it will and fried to a greasy mush In a pan with res.COMSIOMTS AC.Anvnns .
unknown .skeleh and
butter. s-nrtlml esnrlntjnn m.J
Florida.p Poyntz A Nollo all block 23 4 04 bo found thit tlio plno is split asunder nuliiklv our opinion I
--' palantahle. Commiinli'nlleiinnflileiillnT. -
Howell Titus lot 2, block 25 88 from crown to stem. Then it Is a simple I Ilsnilhookinil'iitente,
Jao Byrd lots 10, 11 anil 12, block 25 TT. 2 04 KohlK'iI tins . > f K' v'Jtr.r.v."r! ,".r.,reoulrsji.nrmi.1 l"
ALP1I E. SMITH M. D. matter to split tho core, so as to divide TiYents taken i iinhimn muwprrUil *
unknownunknown lot 1, block 2rt 08 A startling Incident, of which Mr, John notkm, without oii'iryo. In tl *
lot 2 block 20 88 again each half of tho fruit, A
Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the subject, Scientific American.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. C II Watson lot 3, block 20 88 little experience will bring the knack of Is narrated by him as follows: "I was Ina
D W Tuttle lots ((1 and 7, block 20 .. . 1 40 thus dismembering a pine without most dreadful condition. My skin was I* llliistrnteil wenklr. I.sriiost elr.XMOwrsJss'&h *

Specialist in Genital, Urinary an Rectal Theo Titusunknown lots 2 and 11, block 28 2 04 squeezing out a tablespoonful of juice. almost, yellow, eyes sunken, tonguo coated ;

Diseases. lots 1 and 3, block 20 1 40 p in continually In back and sidos, Q0 36iBro.d . New York 4li
Put Iho In their natural
pieces together
lot 2 block 20 88 (
John S SchoflieldI weaker
gradually growing C
no appetite li IC St.,Washluuton, l>
Located at Tlacido Hotel, ) W Tuttle lots 4, 5 and ((1, block 20 J 1 17 position, tie witli a narrow ribbon, fasten lay by day. Three physicians had given UraiKih Oilloe

Jacksonville, Florida.Jl'iueapple Mary J Terry lot 3. block 30 88 the crown whore it belongs, and tho mo up. Fortunately, a friend advised

Theo Titus lots 0, 8, 10, 11, block 30 88 pine Is ready to serve by simply untying KOctrlo Bitters; and to my groat joy and '
PS Titus lots 7, 12, block 30 . . 88no surprise, the first bottle made a decided VM> c/A lv Uu royrriA
the bow of ribbon. It Is eaten
Orange nml Lemon Howell Titus lotO, block 30 ; by separating Improvement. I continued their use for RUHHEH TAMPS rwHwqmjfffflR
Theo Titus lots 1, 2, 0, 7, block 31 \ 88 each of the llttlo squares of the three weeks, and nm now a well man. I

Lnnil For Sale, Cheap.I Howell Titus lots I), 10, 12, block 31 88 rind from the rest and ripping the lleshto know they savod my life, nnd robbed

PS Titus lot 11, block 31 50 the core. By this means no juice is the grave of another vlllm. No one
have for sale 80 acres of pineapple Theo Titus lots 1, 2, 3, block 32 88 should fail to try them. Only 50 cts per IEALS
lost the libro Its natural
splits along
land on St. Lucie river, a few miles below Lizzie J Tucker lot 4, block 32 50 bottle at F. S. ChalTee's drug store
Eden, 40 of which being northeast II B Archibald lot 0, block 32 60 line of cleavage, and the .ilreadod rind

quarter of northeast quarter of section unknown lot block 32 7. 50 and eye serves as convenient and proper BICGKIE
lot 8 block 32 60 Y.mnj Kanrr Work.Tho .
18. township 38, south of range 41 east; II C Campbell.D handles for conveying the fruit to the m
W Tuttle lots 11, li( IS, Robbins A Graham add 7 55 most fuHliioiiubleMeiiclothfl for
the other 40 is the -northeast quarter
lots 40 47 CO Robbins & Graham add 0 00 lips. Those who wish tho very llftli essence embroidered
of southeast of section 3 MrsTB BIglow afternoon tea just now aro
quarter ,
lot 13 addition 1 40 of the claim the for
pine crown
unknown lu outwork This
township 33, south of range 41 east. over a transparency.
The above land can be bought for $10 A J HippardA nilotll, ' 1 4(1( their portion. I'nll off all tho leaves

per acre. It is suitable for pineapple, J Patch nk lot 14, ' 1 40 l carefully to the very heart, and there WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS
lot 15 addition 1
T W Lund Joynerville
orange, lemon or lime growing. will bo found two dainty soft white
Graham Hi lot 10 ' 1 40 ,
Bobbins it ,
Will bo sold In lots of 40 acres, for
unknown lot 18, 1 75 loaves in a spike about a half-Inch long.
oash. This land will soon be worth *00T
i acre. J I) Davis lots 111, 20, w* lot 21, Joynervlllo mid 4 0.1 Dip the tender: morsel In a wee drop of
lots 2 31 0 10
Apply to C. II. Walton, Advocate Carrie W SuttrwalghtJ lot 25 ' 1 75 tabasco, and tho llavorof( the pine will

office; or to Robbins A Graham, Tltusville unknownunknown J Box lot 0, ,siib-dlvof lot 311westJ *8 linger on the palate for a day.It .

tf of lot 37 1 17 may seem tho easiost thing in tho /iafpEFFER'S: NERVIGORCU

Ed Edmunson lot 3 sub-div of lots 38, 3 40, 41, 12, Joy world to eat n banana just peel oil the It arts powerfully, ami nul<'bly.lost.Cures manbomli when ol all>lluunreiorer
nerville addition 40 otlmrs rill yomitf men r.ssln
rind eat tho llesh and rid one's self of youthful vluor. Ahmnlutvly 4kfrunleei. -<
Watts Delate- lot.>, sub-divot lots 38, 3D, 10, II, 12, Joy to( urn IVervousnens, J>,iat. Itulll >.
either it Impoteney, >lMlr e'mleelnns. et 1owr,
nerville addition 3 56 the outer covering, by throwing either ui, Fullliia; Memory, IVs.llili J>leCMaea -

Mary Wilbur lots 1, 2, 3, Rerdcll'M addition. . ; 20 CO down as a trap for the pedestrian, If no cr,>fl nnd. n't Wnrd r*>rfs* olf"/Insanity '/ "' sml* or ooiisuiuptl wrtfn u,>l u.JMin't Ituifl .

J C Bennett lot 0, . 0 10 policeman is in sight, or else carrying Itto let ilriisuim Impose a worthless sutistituia o-t
lot 7 1 40 von h.i'iiiMii It yleliH a srenter prnut. Insist on basin
unknown receptacle for rubbish as the I'KKrKlt'NNKIIVIOOII, or si'n.1 l"l It.
A A Stewart lot 12, ,. . .. 1 40 some Can lie usrrleil In e t pix-ket. 4'repaM plain wrai>.
unknown. lot 14, ' -. 1 40 law provides. But the botanists have per.rlttee.l per Iluarsaliia lull,or l for Our ss.l,*wlta or llerua.l. 1'oettlieW the

E It Wager lot II, 3 20 named the banana musa snpientum, byway lira,,. I'amulilMt free aol'l Py ilnnniliile."Mrr -*,.
imnvAi.Aiil'N, cai ju
COTTON unknownunknown lot 15. " '.. .. .. 1 40 of a hint that only the wiso know rrcu s;
lot 10 .-. 1 40 jionnrn koii a tkacmjtii.
J U. Hcrevcn only.
Solil ,
how the best out of tho fruit.
Soft seine Twines.A unknown lotl7, . . ; 1 40 to get looks like most elaborate embroidery, /
lot IX 1 40 Commonly, tho banana ealer strips off -
TWINE. unknown.A : but In reality it is easy, according M
PERFECT gTIIPnmN A Stewart lot 22, .; 88 the rind by pulling it down In ribbons the New York Tribune, which gives an

CABLE CORD8 and MACRAME.E. Radford GodfreyA lOt 23 * .r. . 88 from tho stem end, which never falls to illustrated description of a border for ateucloth Royal-tansy pills
lot 24 Rcrdell's addition 2 01
A Stewart of bitter fibre The flowers drawn between
EMORY JOHNSON, ows.s a o.-l. mm.MOODUS lot 25, 1 0.1 leave several strips closely : ore
Howell Titus
CONN.Tn E L DupontK lot 20, 1 17 attached to the Inner tiesh, a fibre which two lines which detlue tbo border.In itWDisnivKRr.A new,reliable and tele jncvFiBrAii-a-relief f< rauppreueil >
lot 30 4 04a flavor of the fruit and it is drawing the design tha points of each e P Samml* spoils the ,mmMi.rmtl..ii. s..wu yoT r* "
lots 37 38 * 62 leaf mast touch something, if possible, la llas. Invlrforele*lliaae eruaos. lie*
Jfrs L B Blglovr difficult to remove. If it Is held necessary mt Seeaeeetie Imllatlesa.. Kamaneper.
unknown lot 42, so that the whole design Is more or lex* ware SS par bvM, nu U IM> St. S niaulad
by disordered taste to peel the In plain wrapper, isaml to inatampefur
unknown. lot 52, 1 75 connected. The outlines are thou battonholo SJeM
bayln*seeds"eeeeomy larrrilr unknown lotKJ, 2 20 'banana In strips, one should at least begin stitched and tl/o interstices out particular. : M <*
cultlvatlonwaetedonlnferlors a,"bra*tbecostof e
always largely exceeds the original SU Ray lot59, 1 40 found that the fibre bands come oil with edge of the buttonhole stitch on the side Sold by J, B. Screven, only.
dearest seeds tohe lot6<) ' 1 41
cost had.of the The beet best and la slwsn thacheapest. unknownunknown lot64,, 1 *i the rind, and do not adhere to the flesh. which Is to be cut. the border lines being

Par a Irllie u">re for unknown Iot 7, 1 40 But the right way to get at the edible also finished in the same way. A
The Advocate Is still giving away,
| FERRY'S II B Archibald est lotGX, 88l portion of the banana is to begin in the strip of.colored satin Is then placed under free, tobacco seed of the finest grade.
in the openwork.
S FOray Iots60,70" middle. Call an l get some, with Instructions for
lots 71 to 117 Inclusive, Rerdell's addition. 4 w
Mrs L B BIglowA
is modified its cultivation.C3T" .
banaml in
SEEDS A Stewart lot D, Rerdell'a addition o oo Every a triangle Mere rower That* Has.

D T GerowP lot 1, block A, Fisher's addition 0 10 section, one side, the inner face of the The steam power of.the world may be

aim nt-eres qet ynnr money's T worth."r* M Fisher. lots 5, 6 and7, block A, Fisher's addition... 4 01 curve, being nearly flat. Hold the banana reckoned equivalent to the strength for this
Five eenis per paper lots 1 3 5 r and 7 block B .. 3 20 All communications paper
free.k , ,
A Always the best, seed Joe Fisher with the stem end toward you and of 1,000.000.000 men. which is more should be addressed "This Advocate
lot 2 block B Fisher's addition 3 20
O.M.FEHHT A CO..PsTott.My John Myers. .- the flat side uppermost. With the thumbnail than twice the number of workmen ex.Isting. Tltusville Fla." This will Insure Immediate
lots I addition 1 ,
P M FisherS 2, 3, 5, 6, block D, Fisher's 75
H Ray lot 1, block E, Fisher's addition 88 make a little cut In the sharper edge attention.





IHDIAH RIVER ADVOCATE. KAWIIKLT THE WAR ENDED.On IS THE GAME WORTH THE have Uallie.W. .the Bovine mail come via Eau SAYE MONEY And Boy From *****

afternoon last CANDLE ? H. II. Gleason left for Miami last
Friday our
JOURNAL DBVOTKD TO TH1 DSVXbOPMBHT Saturday. He will return with the TjflMES

Or TOB IKDL4M BIVKK, U war with Spain wasbrought to. a If the United States is to enter launch Eau Gallic, which Capt. George
WORTH AMD BIHOAYNE BAYSBOTIOlfS. Gleason has been running on BlscayneBy
close by the signing of the protocol, an era In which it will play a
1 IPUBLISHED upon the past month. The launch is expected
EVXItY FBIDAT.OARLR8 which forms the basis of peace, by larger part in the affairs of the here next Sunday.Taddison Grain Hay Feed Garden Seeds Flour Grits

Secretary Day for the United world, as some think Inevitable,
H. Walton, Editor. & Proprietor. the American people must be prepared the grounds about their premises and
States and M. Cambon, the French the north Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.
for a much heavier drain have laid a board walk along
ambassador, representing Spain. side of Avllah place from their store to
Discontinuance of KlvM. muiit l>e made personally upon their resources for the support
at this ofllce or bywriting.. The blockade in Cuba has been of the government under the the Highland The walk avenue should by the be owners continued Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless tobeast. man or

raised, our ships ordered to return new.order of things. They must of abutting lots. Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations,

Check. 'Waltow,eto.,,publisher may be made and payable proprietor to Chabi.esH. home, and our armies to cease maintain a navy of which the present Writing from Chicago, Mrs. Wm.Treutler Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, Fu,
establishment is but a beginning states that she and Mr. Treutler -
fighting. The cessation of hostilities
and they must also have a are enjoying life In the metropolis of
Address all oommunloatlona to is gratifying to the American several times the west, but that her health has not Try a Sample
standing larger of
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, army been very good lately, at one time being P. E. McMURRAYBAKER.
all that
TlTCSVILLB, FLORIDA.U people, they having gained than at present. There are already confined to her bed. Mrs. Treutler'sEiui OUR $25.00
was expected the evacuation by numerous advocates of this, arid Gallie friends will welcome her return. OE

the Spaniards of Cuba and Porto we will And that world power is a HORSE
S. Department of Agriculture Rico. The terms of surrender of costly luxury.' Addison Maberry died at bis home FARM

Weather llureau Jupiter, Fla. the two islands are to be left to There is no question as to the Carrollton, 111. on the 0th Inst. Mr.Maberry WAGON.Banyan.

special military commissions, to ability of this to stand this owned a pineapple plantation .
meet at Havana and San Juan on the peninsula opposite Eau Gallie, H Axles, 1} Tires, Patent wheels, double box, shafts and Spring Seat.
The fallowing is a comparative statement increased expense, but before the and lived here with his family all last Bicycles, Sundries, etc.
of tempeiature and rainfall for the within thirty days ; while the general American people will consent to winter.' lie was but 35 years of age, and Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE
week ending Tuesday, Aug. 10, 1808, peace commission, will meet at have their burden of taxation vastly a man of whom any community might FLA.

Paris not later than October 1st, increased, they will demand to be proud for bis Industry and Integrity.
Our people learn of his death with sorrow
to draft a formal treaty of peace.It know what is to compensate them and tender our sympathy to his The HewSelden
is sad to think of the brave for the extra military and naval beieaved ones.

men who have been sacrificed to outlay. Would it bring the country Report reaches us of the suicide of

accomplish this result, but with any advantages or benefits Paul Mlttelstaedt, at Tampa, in consoquence -
this melancholy thought comes the which could not be secured -without of the robbery of his moneys and Cypress Door Company

one that the American army and it ? Stronger arguments than papers by men wearing the U. S. uniform. j
For a or more he was employed
Total rainfall for the week! 0.75 Inches navy have acquitted themselves the advocates of territorial acquisition here at Hotel Granada, leaving some ten
Departure from normal rainfall for the like true and tried men during the have thus far presented will days ago for Tampa en route to Guatamala -

week: minus 0.30 Inches. Departure time the war has been in progress ; be needed to convince a majority where a position awaited him ona Opened October 1st, 1800, turned the steam on to
from normal rainfall since January 1, and with this fact in addition to coffee plantation. He was a son of
minus 12.04 Inches.J. in relieving of the thoughtful people of the the commander of the German warship, One of tbe Largest and Best Equipped Door Sash Blind
W. Cbonk, Observer. having gained our point United States that the proposed Kaiserin Augusta, and had been a eadetin ,
Cuba from Spanish'suppress policy is necessary or desirable the German navy. He seemed to be
ion, we must be content.IMPORTANT from a material point of view, to well educated, speaking several languages and General Wood Working Plants in the United States.

One hundred and nothing of the political con and was a quiet, well-behaved
TITUSVILLE. south of, Jacksonville say young man. Much sympathy is exressed And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eight
(s the county seat of Brevaid. Itis TO VOTERS. siderations. {> at his untimely end, and It is years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the best
the head of navigation on the famous Great Britain's naval establishment loped that his assailants may be brought possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will cover

Indian River, and is In the orange, pineapple Especial attention is directed to costs her $100,000,000 a year. to justice. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, etc
and vegetable section of the EaetCoast. The of our regular
the matter of the transfer of names support army
It ban five white churches, good
schools, residences and stores, tannin from one election district to another now calls for $23,000,000 annually, .
and ice factoi leu, bank, newspaper, two on the registration books, and we should have to expend, as CHAS. N. WELSHANS,
hotels, several boarding bouses, two railroads and between now and the general one of the "world powers," at least J. R. Ragan went to Jacksonville last

steamboat line, electric lights, election in November next, it would double that amount, and probably week.An.
shelled streets, etc. For hunting and
be well for all voters to see that a great deal more. Thus in order occasional light shower of rain *
ilahlng, tills section is excellent, and Is CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
quite a paradlso for huntvrs and.yachtsmen. they are properly registered. This to carry out the policy of territorial reaches us, but not more than enough to ,

The hammock land for orange, matter is covered by section 18, of acquisition which is being keep vegetation alive.
sugar and vegetable growing is said tobe the registration law of 1895, which urged, and to maintain the position Miss Nettie Jones, our excellent teacher *# HAIR AND LATH. **
some of the finest In the State. in which such a policy would will be domiciled in the cozy home
is follows
as :
of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fields the coming
"In case of the removal of an elector place the United States, the American session. State Agent I-i. & M. Paints and Oils.

DEMOCRATIC TICKET. from one district to another distilct In people would have to provide
the same county, such elcotor shall notify by additional taxation from $75000,000 ,- office Banyan for ,Tropio at present and Brantley., is distributing Bovine Old 'Phone 8. )v\ 13 Hogan Street,

For Justices of the Supreme Court: change the supervisor of residence of,registration and shall surrender of such to $ ((00,000,000 per annum people will probably be supplied from JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

R. F. TAYLOR, his certificate of registration to such supervisor for an army and navy.It Eau Gallie. tIt

Alachua Co.F. who shall at once enter the fact is suggested that we should looks as if someone had planted a
U. CARTER, la the.pioper reglstiatlorj books, and keep the Philippines in order t6 patch of scrub oaks In parts of- our public
Jackson Co. shall give, without fee or charge, such safeguard our interests in the far road; but another light appropriation .HAMMOND PACKING CO.
For State Treasurer: elector a certificate of transfer of registration will make it all right. . ..
J. B. WHITFIELD, In accordance with such change east ; that the permanent occupation
Leon Co. of residence. If such person was reglvtered of those islands is essential to The Babia postoffice was closed on
Monday, C. C. Converse having lesigned.No (Formeily The G. H. Hammond Co.)
For Railroad Commissioners: bofore a certificate of registration the protection and extension of our want be bothered
II. K. DAY, was provided for by law, and, therefore, trade in that quarter of the globe. with one the seems Hence to it was discontinued. OUR SPECIALTIES :
Alachua Co.J. he has no certificate, he shall bo entitled
This is if it .
M. BliYAN, to have his name transferred as above mere.assumption,
Osceola Co. provided for, and shall also receive the were undoubtedly true would we A Jolly party from Tropic, consisting "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon

JOHN L. MORGAN, certificate of transfer as provided for.In not pay too large a price for the of Mess. Cail, Jones, Campbell A Porter "Coin Special" canned meats."Calumet" .
Hamilton Co.. case of the failure or refusal of any protection of our interests in the and tbe Misses Jones were visiting in
For Congress, Second District of Florida elector to notify the supei visor of his removal far east in placing ourselves in a Banyan ou Sunday evening. Ray Otwell hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .
of his residence In this section in last Sun
ROBERT. DAVIS, as and sister were also Banyan
Of Putnam Co. provided for, it shall be the duty of such position where our peace would be day. leaf lard.
supervisor, upon the fact of such removal constantly menaced by the danger
The Johnson grass has been making Homemade lard."Peerless"
being brought to his knowledge, pure .
of international controversies and Sams'
big encroachments on place. Ray
to erase the name of such from
Porto Rico, it Is claimed by the registration books, and to persou note therein complications? The truth is, there Otwell has been struggling with a small compound lard, sausages

some, will be the next Klondike on the cause and date of such erasure.No is little, if any, foundation for the patch for some time, but who will be and all Packing House Products.
the list, but like that famous gold eleotor who. having been previously professed apprehension that our the successful one to exterminate It,

( ?) place, it will doubtless disappoint registered, shall have removed from one interests in the far east are in peril. time will tell. FLORIDA BRANCH : Jacksonville Fla,
district to another in the from'Miami ,
same oounty, Robert Porter has returned
in their mad rush for"readymade"
many sbajl be allowed to shall hebe They are recognized and respected
register; nor where he appears to have met *"
Write for and will be .
037 us quotations, pleased.2IJEWCLED.
riches.We allowed to vote by the managers of -by every country that has a foothold much success, for he has purchased abicycle. you
any election, without a certificate of in that portion of the world, This makes two wheels In Ban
transfer of registration, as above pro The Misses McMillan have a
and it is safe to will continue yan. .
do not wonder that there isso vided." say Stearns model.
much dissatisfaction caused to be.
The policy of territorial acquisition Rumor has it that J. II. D. Smith and ,
the prize money system now in LEMONS FOR HEALTH. J. T. Stewart will both try their skill at mwMm
vogue, as it is undoubtedly all is being industriously urged, gardening on Mei ritt's Island this season. Diamonds
wrong in principle. There is as but when the people have tjme to Plenty room for good men. J. A. Booth Jewelry ,
much reason for dividing Lemons do not generally grow consider seriously what it would of Brantley, has some fine truck lands.A .

soldiers all they capture as for among dividing on mountains, and it Is not necessary cost, in addition to-the many other good trucker could finda bonanza WATCHES Sooenirs, Wedding Rings and Presents.FIKE .
that they should, for mountaineers changes it would involve, we do not there.Thos..

in fact prize the soldiers money among incur''seamen ; do not need them ; they doubt that their verdict will be Sumpter, Babia, has a flower REPAIRING
greater are needed by low-landers, and especially "such garden that is a dream. Mr. S. can read WATCH and JEWELRY
against apolicy.
risks, and are exposed to scholar
greater the botanical names like a smart/
in Florida
hardships than the sailors. The during summer reciting his Friday evening speech. HeIs A SPECIALTY.
months. Properly Used, it is at home among flowers. sBelug a
government should pay its soldiers said, they will take the place, to a practical horticulturist, he supplies the Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way. R. J. RILES,
nd seamen in the first place, and great extenWof a summer outing Eau Gallie.Capt. Rockledge hotels and various places 225 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Tla.

what they capture in war should in the mountains in preserving and with cut flowers during the winter sea

belongto the government. invigorating the vitality of the and Mrs. Neabltt entertained the son.
i system euchre club last .
i Thursday evening.Alex.
to those who cannot afford togo What do need in tbe of
The close of the war comes at a away. In some respects it is Near Is enjoying a visit with his envelopes, note you and letter heads way, bill PLANT SYSTEM.If

season which will leave ample time unfortunate for Florida whose daughters n. y.Capt.. at their home In Plymouth, heads, statements, tags, cards, etc ? .
and opportunity for the consideration summer climate gives some people We shall be glad to have a share of your
before the November election bilious Andrews, of Eden, is here this work. We have a first-class 1ob department
that there
a tendency are week having his boat overhauled atHodgson's connected with the Advocate,
of great and important questions no mountains near at hand for a boatyard. and all we ask is a shara of your work. you are going anywhere, whether it be to the
of government ; and it can tonic the haa
; undoubted
Regular services at St. Johns church
no longer be urged, in good faith great value, but to some next Sunday morning aad evening.AroUdeacon Palmetto Drug: Store, Daytona. North South East West Northwest
or otherwise, that,, the people are constitutions it will not take the Brown officiating. ,

absorbed in the vrajc, and that it is place of the bracing mountain atmosphere. Eau Gallie bank matters are not Drugs, medicines,chemicals,fine toilet
useless to direct their attention to Lemons be all straightened out Counselor soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery ami
may yet. Southwest
toilet articles in or
fancy great variety.M.
other matters. On the Gaulden wants for
contrary, both coast and mountain. $100 legal services.A. Huston, propr.DR. ,
the inevitable tendency will be to Let every summer dweller in S. Botsford left for Jacksonville,
relegate the war and its concerns Florida of a bilious temperament Sunday, on business 'and pleasure com REMEMBER THAT THE

to a secondary place, while other provide himself with a stock of Till bined., at Mlcco.Rev. Mis. .Botsford is visiting Mrs. EDEN'S NO. 49....

matters resume their natural place good lemons, and every morning of Railways and
L. A. Howard held
in the services
foreground. at PLANT SYSTEM
least half hour
at before breakfast
an the church last
Sunday, to appreciative Lines
an hour is better take the congregations. Rev. Howard FATIGUE POWDERS.Uneqnaled .
There are not many Americans Juice of half a lemon in half a pint Is the guest of B. J. Stewart, at Bovine,
who look with favor upon the suggestion of water. It Is an heroic dose, especially this week., WITn GATEWAYS AT

for the United States government to women who dislike sour Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Weller,
to pay fifteen million dollars stuff, but its effect is so admirable at their home In New York oily a fine for Port Tampa, San ford Jacksonville,
to the Cuban If the that girl baby. All well. Mrs. Weller (nee
troops. most people will come to look
Nellie Clair
latter had in any way deserved upon the taking of this early leni.onade ) spent last winter at Eau Malaria, Liver Diseases, Loss of Charleston, Montgomery, Tifton

such, consideration at our hands as the great event in the Mrs. St. Clair has had the upper story Appetite, and all Anaemic conditions. AND VARIOUS OTHER POINTS,

there could hardly have been any twenty-four hours. Do not neglect of her house enlarged and a covered piazza
Tones the muscles clears the brain
objection to thevscheme, but it is a it for a single morning until yon built on the front and south side. ( up ; With. Its AU-the-Year-Round

well known fact that they were not begin to feel the relnvigoratlng effects Carpenter Harris did the work In his a true Heart Tonic, for the weak, nervous
worth one iota in assisting of the usual workmanlike manner. Is the
us to approaching winter, and debilitated.Tastless .
free Cuba from the Spanish yoke; and we will, with reasonably prudent The dastardly act of the cowardly Double Daily Service
scoundrel who shot Rev. Prince's milch and harmless be Best Route,
and on several occasions, by their living in other respects, almost cow Is condemned by everyone, the ; can given

unwillingness and laziness, greatly guarantee you good health meanness of the act being aggravated by to babies. 25 cents in stamps, to any
impeded our efforts in their behalf. and vigor all the summer. It is a knowledge of the old gentleman's dangerous And that all Information can be obtained Promptly by

The Cuban soldiers should be said that under the lemon regime, Illness. address. Addressing or Calling onF.

treated according to their deserts, a person goes up two-stair steps at Postmaster Converse being at Key SAMDEL EDEH M. D. M. JOLLY, Division Passenger Agent,
and, that will not be by paying a time in the middle of July as JT6** *nd hi' accessor leaving here 138 West Bay St., Astor Block,

them. out of the American* treasury. rcaauy as in trie middle of T.n- post Monday office on at an Bahla Indefinite will be discontinued.absence, the BROOKLYN, N. T. Jacksonville, FU.B. .

uary, The department will be petitioned to 1340 Bushwlck Avenue, W, WRENN, Passenger Traffio Manager, Savannah," .

w Jim Minsmiw i i'' '.iii imm ,M.i. 1.1''mi tm/jtum,' A1U&!' :mjjju i ..ikftJYffilrMtti! |

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N. Y. It is to be re-placed by a 12-horse- I

I Bal ssaksetnetsed pars,* power Daimler engine.

James McFarlane, Lochside, has gone .FERTILI EDC
to the mountains of Noith Carolina for
the balance of the summer. Airs. Mc shi >. - \

Farlane preceded him some time ago.
The Highlands and Hendersonvllle are

their favorite stopping points.St. .

Jtr JfcsilC DEOsE?

Augustine.T. .

M. Lenehen, of the F. E. C. Hotel

System, has gone to New York.Dr. |

S. G. Worley, chief surgeon of the
&AKitf F. E. C. Ry., has been on the sick list
this week.

Fred W. Kettle has returned from Miami Price $25.00.GUARANTEED 3JT" Before buying the following Mateilals bo euro ami, apply tous

but looks thinner since he left
for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money.
Absolutely Pure healthy city.Corporal ANALYSIS:

Gibbs, of Company G, First Moisture.. 8 to 10 STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE, II
Ammonia 5 toSO ftt
Florida Regiment, has nearly recovered Kooul to Sulphate of Ammonia. toSS BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE,
from his illness. Available 1'boMiihorlo Aold 6 to
MKM.SMUHO POWDIK OO.,HIW VO.H. Equal to Bone Phosphate of Lime., 11 tolaPotaHh DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA,
Major and Mrs. Louis McLala have K2 O : 5 to 6Kqual
gone to the mountains of Noith Carolina to Sulphate! of rotash A to in SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS,
Magnesia,Lima,Soil a, etC3T" <) w ....56 to DO
u> spend a month or two. Write for Special Pamphlet.Jty TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,

Key West. The latter part of last week, word was COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.d .
sent here to the effect that the ofMr.
son Mixtures with at low
Special compounded machinery very 0Daytona.
and Mrs. died
A. S. Lewis had at r
The Infant son of Claude Roberts and Louisville, Ky. H prices.

fe Is dead and burled.r. .
Gaines Worley, one of the most popular Please Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send foi*
) J. Y. Porter, Florida's efficient boys in St. Augustine, has returned

alth officer, has returned here. from his trip to the mountains of Georgia Pamphlet.

Collector of Custom* Geo. W. Allen and North Crrollna.Mr. .

s returned from bis trip to Ocaln. Williams lecently met with a painful LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.

accident while moving a counter inColee's ,
The war Is practically over, and we
now settling down to our usual store. The counter slipped off a

..usefulness.ifter roller onto his hand, which it crushed TaclzsorLTrlll_ ILPloxIca.a,.
quite severely. I
a prolonged and painful Illness
The Board of Bond Trustees has asked
the death
regret to chronicle or Mrs.muel .
the Town Council to appropriate$1,200 Melbourne.
Tierce. towards making our waterworks more II WHEN IN NEED OF.

The F. E. C. Ry. steamer Cocoa will efficient, and to pay for the building ofa .
GOODE A OOODK neal R.tate and Ixwn*
main on the Miami route as a freight more commodious residence for thief The steamer Hittle is at home once Airentfor .Ktna, IaikIoii and Liverpool aniltlotie
at until further orders. engineer. ( ,anil IimwrtAl Fire' Inmiranre. Special
more.Dr.. attention paid to the Intercut, of nou residents. I
The schooners Dillie and Adams, have British Vice-Consul Edward Sudlow H. D. Brown was called to Now Lumber Hardware and Paints
en chartered by Vol. 13oza, of the Civa and party of friends from Jacksonville,
Smyrna last week, and has not yet re ,
army, to carry provisions to General have been enjoying themselves camping
returned. WHEN YOU OO TO MRLROITRNB call at the
>mez in Cuba.A at South Beach. The British flag proudly Hamiuir, Mrs.Oha. J. F. Campbell Co., Millinery
waves over their tent.Mrs. and Mrs. Kcllar are rejoicing over Notion., Dry flood., Laiim*' readymade -
gang of eight Cubans tried to "hold the birth of a grand-daughter, little Miss and woven Underwear,Ferrlx' Renowned Or anything in the line of Building Material

>" and rob a citizen the other night, A. L. Marsh has returned from Cor.ots,etc.,embroidery and colored silka,
Sewell down at Miami.Quartermaster .
it he pointed a dummy pistol at them Deal-by-the-Sea, N. J., where her popular souvenir spoon.,Stationary,etc.HOTFL .

d they fled. husband U manager of a firstclasshotel. Sergeant C. M. Weeks, or House Furnishing goods, Tinning or

The U. S. cable steamer Adrla liasme She has come here on a visit to privates Will Longe, Charley Van Dorn BEIXRV1TR, MELBOURNE. FI.A.Lovolv .
her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. E.F. and Lapsley Kellar, of Co. G., First view of Indian River. In a sheltered
to New Yoik to be fitted and equip- furlough.On situation Biiiwrlor accommodation.. Moderate do not fail write
: along the East Coast are great admirers received W. it. CAMI'DELL,Proprietor.HOTEI .
o repairing of cables.Rev. Sunday last B. F. Hough
of the newsy Advocate.Rockledge. of the death of his
the sad news
Charles Herald, of Brooklyn, N. little very' daughter in Philadelphia. She EDWARD STZLZXTG I

., is enjoying a month's vacation here, was about eight years of age, and an RIVFR8IDE, MEUIOUltVE, FLA., ,
o is filling in the time doing missionary child.In overlooking Indian River: hotn |Uis aooommodatlnn. -
only and good board. Rates SI A0
ark among the soldiers and sailors. per "
day or Sd.00 to S7.IKI per week, according to "THE BRICK STORE,
the house, on Wednesday,
opera location of room. Special rate, to Ulverpeople.
Otto KIrchelmer has leased for bake-
a Our trees are looking fine since exhibition the -
orange was given an by Optlgiaph CHAS.T. MollRUiE,
the store-room In Castro's new bulldg. the late rains; but we should like to see Moving Picture machine. Among I'roprletor. OOOOA, Xxxca.lo.TX ZUvor, OF'Xj-A..

The former lias a contract to sup more heavy showers.J. the views were the destruction of .the

y bread the dining navy with the ensuing half-a-million year.In loaves J. White and wife have been down Maine, battle of Manila, etc. Sam Martin came up from Jensen to

at Lake Worth, visiting Mrs. White's Ross Miller, our up-to-date barber, has spend Sunday at home.Wilmer OITIOIT SETS I
a recent heavy rain aUd thunderurm sister, Mrs. M. E. Spencer. Mrs. White had the acetylene gas put Into bis shop,
at this place, the lightning struck M. Ely came up from Rose-
Is said to have been badly poisoned by which is a great improvement. Apart
ree large buildings, doing great dame of vine while at Lake Worth land lost Friday to spend a short time
some kind frbm the care and trouble of lamps, It Isbo
; to each the Good Templars' Hall, but she Is said to be all right again.Mr. much cooler these sultry evenings. at his home here.Aldln BERMUDA AND PEA11L.Thirtyfive .
uban Methodist church and Pat Mouen's -
took of
old saloon.I and Mrs. J. Osterley and daughter, Oscar Michael lias met with a serious Hndley a Jolly party
who have been spending several days in loss. A horse and mule managed to friends to Melbourne Beach, on a picnic,

Jacksonville, enjoying the many amusements break out of the stable lot, and, getting last Thursday.
Buy lumber and' other building marlal returned home on Friday afternoon onto the railroad track, were killed by a Last Monday evening the W. C. Barnes cents per quart, postpaid; *1.S0 per bushel not prepaid. New crop

I direct from the Builders' Supply last. While in the metropolis, Mr. train that came tearing past here about and family returned home from their genuine Lafourche CREOLE ONIO.V EHDS| allots, per o*., $: () per pound

., St. Augustine, and save the lumberrd Harry Mason made MUs Osterley a present midnight.Mrs. visit to Ashevllle, X. C. postpaid. Full line of fresh seeds for fall planting. Sond for piloe list,

man's commission.Miami.. ot a fine little terrier .
pup.No E. G. ifarris has gone to Cincinnati Editor E. D. Oslln, of the Melbourne L. CAMERON, Seedsman,

little excitement was caused in to caie for her daughter, who had Times, left, last week, for a visit to
this section by the stand the A dvocatk had an attack of typhoid fever. We aie Georgia and other points. 126 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

has taken In favor of II. L. Parker for happy to know that Miss Cella is better,
Frank C. Conkling returned from Miami
representative. As far as we can learn, but she will require careful nursing for
last Friday much to the delight
Mr. Parker Is a thorough good man; but sometime.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Sewell, a of relatives and friends.
still wanted Dr. Hughlettthere. Anyhow
10 daughter. we Died At Daytona, Fla., August 11, CHESEBRO BROTHERS
the Advocate Is a paper that will Flewellen. His mother Is In Major Dawson, of the Narrows, was a *
Dredge boat No. 2 Is now laid up ine "stick to its colors." It did not come 181)8, W. C. and his other relatives InAlabama. guest of Hotel Riverside last Saturday

Miami river. out strong for one candidate, and then Washington, cared for to and Sunday, when he left for 'Tltusvllle.
He was tenderly
the other side
to "wheedle" over to
Purser Lovelace's family have recently like try the Star.) We wish the pink paper the last by Mr. M. II. Zuber and family, Last Friday evening Messrs.. George WHOLESALE

ken up their residence here.Mrs. had taken side for Its assistance with whom he lived.Capt. and Walter Ilaslehurst returned home

T. N. Gautier and family expect would have our been of, much value to our and Mrs. Jas. Pritchard, ofTltusvllle from time.Dr. Tampa. where they have been for (JOMMISSON JTlSH JEALERS

leave soon for Crescent City, to stay candidate. were in town last week. If some ,

veral weeks.F. they are amenable on any charge, It will II, D. Brown, of Daytona, was a
be for running away before we had seen pleasant visitor to town the past week.
R. Remlinger and wife made a brief When in want of any kind of building half enough of them. But short as their The Doctor's old friends are always glad No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New York.
flit to Key West last week ere proceedg material in loads or otherwise, the
car visit It was highly enjoyed by their to see his jolly face In town.
to New York. Builders' Supply Co., at St. Augustine, friends was.and acquaintances. SPECIALTIES: Spanish Maokerel, Shoephead, Pompano, Blueflsh, Red

Collector W. M. Featherly returned will be pleased to make you a delivered Edward Conkling returned home last Snappers, Klngflsh, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvns-bnck Ducks.
station. You have colored citizens Isalali week from Miami. He is glad to be
at noagent's Two of our ,
price your
Ht Friday night from his trip to Ocala Stencils promptly supplied. Refeiences furnished If desired.
id other or middleman's commission topay. Collier and a man named Fravlck, who back In Melbourne again to the comforts
places. were busy lathing the colored schoolhouse of home and a kind mother's care.

Miami has lost the military aspect had a slight misunderstanding.Ike Postmaster R. W. Goode returned last

hlch for several weeks was one of its laughed at Fravlok, which so angered Thursday from Ocala, where he attended Home-Crown
Georgiana. FOR
laracteristlc features.W. him that he struck Collier with the State and Congressional convention, SALE

A. Taylor, assistant of the United his lathing hatchet, nearly severing his well pleased with the results obtained.

ates Experiment fetation at Miami, is Miss Carrie Jorgensen returned to her nose.preserve The Isaiah's doctor beauty.had to sow It on to Miss Llllie Robertson writes that she PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS #
:>w here attending to bis duties.
home in Grant on Sunday.A. Is enjoying her summer In Chicago, and

The two bees (B's.) have returned toitusville L. Bruner and A. B. Carter were One of our town boys, Robert Llnd- she and her mother will add two more Of the following Varieties :
to take a much-needed rest burg, has Immortalized himself by a to the wheel women of Melbourne the
shingle roof on F. W.unson's Abbaka Porto Rico Golden
a new Egyptian Queen Smooth
Qneea Ripley
ter their arduous labors of the past [ house last week. most gallant attempt to rescue a drowning coming season, Queen,

w weeks. soldier at Fernandlna. He succeeded R. W. Goode returned from Ocala last Cayenne, Pernambnco and Red Spanisb.
is now the ashore but who
The scuppernong grape crop in bringing man ,
Recent guests at Hotel Miami were being shipped from this place. It la not died afterwaid from lack of proper attention. Thursday, where he had had been to attend Apply to G. C. MATTIIAM3. Florida rinenpple Co.,

rs. Leon and family, of Key West. so heavy as usual this year.Mr. It was a noble action, and performed the State Republican convention.He West Palm Beach, Fla.JjT" .
here are several other prominent peo- at Infinite risk to himself. All is glad to get home to the cool

e staying here. Carrlngton.'wlfe and two children honor to a brave deed.Col. breezes of Melbourne.Mrs. .
from the ocean beach onSaturday.
Some corn which was planted at Snake came over. They were stopping at the and Mrs. C. C. Post, of City Beautiful O. W. Bonter Is now the number pr ud If you need any Job printing, we ..I BOY OR SELL...
reek of a new bicycle. Quite a
as an experiment has proved a owner share .
One of the children is very "Hayseed Ball shall be plensod to get a of It.SQ7
parsonage. a grand ,
cultiva- announce, of ladies enjoy wheeling on our nice
eat It received our
success. no
sick and has been for some time. Dr. In honor of the) opening of the pavilion winter Confederate 'Bonds &
n, but stands nearly eight feet high. the little sufferer his shell streets and next many new Money.
Chambers is '
giving end of the
on the beach, at the east wheels will be brought to town. ** If you receive a sample copy of
Adam Mayer, a prominent business skilled and careful attention. With that Boulevard. All friends and acquaintances the Auvocatk, it is an intimation that POSTAGE STAMPS.
and the change it Is hoped that she will It is George M. Phillips, of Conipy. G, FhstFlorida'Volnnteeis
in of this place, died suddenly the are invited, and hoped they It would give us pleasure to add your
be well and strong again.Goldte and of theligrandfolks. airived here from Largest stock In the world. Address
tter part of last week. He was much soon will come In the garb guise name to our fast-Increasing list of sub
npected here, and Mrs. Mayer has the and Cordte Nelson, the two The affair Is set for Thursday Fernandlna last Satuiday. George Is avery scribers. It does not cost you three CIIAS. D. BARKER, Atlanta, Oa.
mpathy of the community.F. charming little adopted daughters of Mr. afternoon, the 25th. Pumpkin plea hick boy, and It is to l>e hoped under cents per week (postage Included) when
home he
and Mrs. Edwin Nelson, from Miami, and ginger cakes I the care of loved ones at taken by the year, and It can be sent to
C. Huffman said to be play- well Ills hosts of
a will be again.
Halnlin from Melbourne In of the United Statesor
and Neal any part COTTON
and Ozro you ML
right, who disappeared from Hotel the train Wednesday C. Harding Williams died at Seabreeze, friends are glad to see hi in back. Canada without extra .
laml the beginning of this month, hast came up on Fla., Wednesday, a week ago. Mr. Williams expense.Omtraiitco
visit their srandpa and grandma Last evening, when the last
to Friday ,
> since been heard of. Some people came here from Indian River a
for few days. The little folks section of the First Alabama train stopped
e Inclined to think he met with foul Page, a little over a year ago, and built a home liS per cent .liferent. LINEN NETTING.
returned to their homes on Saturday, member M Company F. presented
Daytoua.He ...
ay, but that is hardly probable. on the peninsular, opposite
well pleased with their visit. Neal remained Miss Annie E. Goode with a beautiful
made many friends in Daytona by Eleven acres Und, fronts on Indian
with his grand-parents. mloatuie sailboat made from pearl ,
his Integiity and gentlemanly ways, who Alabama *nd Banana River; small cottage,2 artesian
souvenir of the First
West Palm beach. The many friends of C. Harding WilItams will greatly miss lilni. Mr. WlllUms had to keep a Miss Jessie Goode also wells, KM) nice orange trees, 14,000

were shocked and deeply pained a hemorrhage consequent from lifting abos plants, shipped over 200 crates
received IT. S. cartridge Sergt.Albea
to bear of bis death at Daytona, from of pineapples about two weeks ago. which a had been carried by one of ast season;guavas, mangoes,Japan persimmons
Quite few residents have vlslt- few days He leaves since then he has been confined to his ,
a of our consumption, a ago. the battle of and other fruits on place. Price
the mountains of North Carolina this a wife and child and a host of friend* to bed, but bis friends bad no Idea1 the end our Santiago wounded and boys she is through the proud possessor 11,600. Address B, Advocate office. FISHING TACKLE.
; r
death. He came from New .
mourn his was so near.Orange Tltusvllle Fla.
immer.Mr. Jersey to this place about twelve years of a U. 8. cup and spoon from Com p. B, Superior quality Linen Gill Netting1

and Mrs. M. E. Grnber and little ago on account of lung trouble. He First Louisiana Volunteers: also two made from Knox's Scotch thread.
bills oft the captured Spanish steamer
n, Charlie, Are enjoying a two weeks' boarded with Mrs. P. A.under Black,her down kind at Argonauta, signed by General Blanco. ...HENRY A. MEISTER... Samples and estimates cheerfully furnished.
where and Residence
flt at Columbia, S. C. her motherly old place care, and ,good cooking, he, Grove These tbfngs the girls prize very highly riRST-CI.ASS Corks, Leads, Lines, etc

Judge A. E. Heyser has received a big soon gained health And strength. He for Sale.A as relics of the Spanish-American war. J. JOHNSON A CO.,

ipment of young orange trees, which bought a place near there and made a fine grove and garden property of Barber and Hair Dresser...,. Manufacturers,

will add to his present tine grove. lovely home, to which be brought MUsDe 12 acres, fronting on the Indian River 3.13. CltABR keeps a flrst-elaan Saloon. Wines, 111 South St., BALTIMORE, MD.KoToBm .
Our residents the soldiers of the Cantlllon Ronald as his bride about and extending back to the county road been, whl.klm. brandy ami rum. Imported None but skilled, workmen employed.
rst Alabama five years ago. After the freeze they about 14 miles south ofTHasville and doroeeilo cigar., tobacco and cigarette*. Private room for ladles' hair dressing
Regiment a grand recepn at Sbarpes ITtoe of liquor, from to as no per f allnn.
> while on their way to Jacksonville* moved to Daytona, where he engaged Inbusiness. known as the Brock place; Prompt attention to taUgrmph and mall and Shampooing. Razors put In order. for Fifty Ceate.

irrels of lemonade and coffee were sup- He was a good, honest, op- 600 bearing trees; good house, four order*. TennsCaah, Cocoa,Fla.J. 11.3 East Bay St. Bath Rooms. Guaranteed tobaeeo habit ours,makes weak
led to the boys,who surely appreciated right man In every respect, and had the rooms and kitchen; servants' house and U. CKABB, Act. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. sua stroof,blood pure. JWo,SL. Ail 4rufgists.
will of all who
confidence and good .
packing bouse. Price, $4,500.00.Apply
knew him. to Will oar correspondents please write
Mr. J. K. Ingraham, of St. Augustine, Robiuhs A Graham, names) and places distinctly, so that our K
> had the engine taken out of bis trim for set them In type correctly The ADYOGATE does neat clean Job
tie launch Kathleen, and It has been [Send the Advocat* an order for any Attys.Tltusvllle owners Fla., compositors T can Printing.

pped to the factory at Morris Heights Job printing you need.] ,

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The Tropical Line.

STew Hats and flair Oraunnblurly
Considered.Aa ,The Legislator* of 1897, under
WHEREAS of tssfi, of the State of
to tl e hats of tbe moment, very Florida, did p three Joint Resolution* Jacksonville Tampa & Key West
proponing Amendments to the Constitution of Railway
charming ones have crowns made of the Btate of Florida, and the name -wer agreed

flowers, a faHC-iunring example showing to by a vote of three-fifth* of all the members JOSEPH H. DUEKEE Receiver.80UTH"
eleotetl to each House; that the vote on said .
crown of shaded tulips, with ft brim Joint Resolutions were entered upon their resjMHitlve -
Journal*,with the yean and nay* thereon "=
of velvet and black ostrich feathers
two and they did determine and direct that the In Effect June its, "98.Lv. .
naid Joint Resolution be submitted to the No. 20".I No. 21. SoTSf No.23
at one side, the lower of these being arranged *
Kleutors of the State at the General Election in Local 1040 p 12a ...JACK80NVILLE.-7..Ar
to rest on tbahair, while a curlens November, 1HD8. Mixed mop 986 a Orange ParkPeoria..4.

jeweled omnment fastens the stem Now,therefore, I,John L.Crawford,Secretary Tu, Th.dSat. ... ,
of State of the State of Florida, do beruby give Vias p 1 0 02alu Magnolia...
cf those feathers together. Hard straw notice that a I140p ibU ,.Green c*>v Springs.,

or tunoan brims are, it Is told, to be GENERAL ELECTION 2 40ft 12 40* oua i..,.. ..Paiataa ,
........ Satsunia....
completed with crowns of flowers in tbe will be held in each county in Florida, on Tuesday i Pomona
early spring, and nguin the authorities next succeeding the first Monday In November 4 4 a 11 90aVt Crescent City Junction
A. i>, ihus, the said Tuesday being- the 5 2Ka 162 a Ollp Seville ll221pi
Inform aa that the turban shape of hat 638 a 2 2oa 12 Slip ...DoLeon Springs...,
la to be considered. EIGHTH DAY OV NOVEMBER, .......OlenwoodBereBford 1010(1 r
for the ratification or refaction of the snld Joint "i'l's p 2 40 a2B6i 1 Ol p 2 23ama 2 30pm r
A striking fafcblon of treating the far 835
Resolutions proposing Amendments to the Constitution 1 lilp 2 in p m
il\\ {
toque of lust yiur is with the crowu of of the State of Florida, as follows, vizi 807 a 13 4up 2 88 p m
438 p900a 1 Up Orange City Juno..,. it a inAr 2MpmUHpm
flowers, leaving the brim of the fur, ARTICLE XII. 4 p ....Enterprise 8l2p.

and admirable retmltsore aobieved with 4 Oop Ar .....TITUSVILLE LvMt. 410 30am
Section 13, of Article XVI, shall be and is 3 4llp Dora <....
crowns entirely made of jet and embroidery amended so aa to read as follows I 4 Ollp ....TavaresAr

with black ostrich feathers ora SECTION 13 The sureties upon the official 830 1 4 p Sanford Lv 140am 1 50pm *
black bird at side of the front. bonds of all State,Oounty and municipal officers 439 a 3 00p ....Orlando 12 01 p m915pm 12 to p m | T1JPBI
one of, ami have autllciunt visible 4 .Lakeland. ,
shall beresldents 6 10 a |i ., 10 25 pm
Such deoorations are being placed low property unencumbered within the State, not 6 3V 8 20p Bartow .. 6 15 pm 5 85 amtio
rather than high, slanting downward exempt from sale under legal procenn, to make 10 10 at 11 lop Ar..Punta Oorda Li 3 25pm 10 pm
good their bonds: and the sureties upon the SAO p e osps Tampa ,,, 7 37pmVoil 9 05am I
rather than upward.A official bonds of all county and municipal officers TNI aS30 Tampa Bay Hotel '
is a charming example of shall reside within the county where their aTu. srip ,. ... Port Tampa Lv p m 835aml....':
toque upon such bunds reside, and shall SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME I LOW RATES I ., TlinrA SatSun.Wed&Fri.l 0 Oftp La... ....Port Tampa Ar 2 30pm Mon. Thur & Sat
simple spring millinery in black obfp iav sutllciont vlnlblo and unencumbered property 2 OOp Ar.. Key West ,.Lv 8 00pm Sun. Wed & Fri. i
In such county, that is not exempt from Ar.. lavana. .Lv
with blaa velvet and a band of marabou -
sale under legal process to make good their liability Finest Cuisine and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.
or ostrich feathers. on such bonds; 1'rovlcled,That any duly The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers t"Comanche"
Another is hat of glaoe silk organized tnd resjmiisib e Ouarantee or Surety t Daily except Sunday. tMon.,Wed.and Frl.
success Company, either foreign or ilomestio, lawfully "Algonquin "Iroquois ''Cherokee "Seminole." Train leaving Jacksonville 9l: a. m. arrives Gainesville 1:05 p. m i Ocala 2:00: p.i
matching a gown a tan shade, shot doing business in this State, mav become and be 3:48: p.m., Hrooksvillo 8:65 p.m. daily. i Leenburg"Daily
with white, apparently tucked all over accepted as surety on all suuli official bonds." North-Bound.. Trains at and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and tw
and local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open for accommodation of m'
and each tuck gathered with a large osprey ARTICLE XIII. Steamers are apiwinted to sail according to the tide. Union Station,Jacksonville, at I) p. m. passengers at

on one side. Section 3H,of Article V,of the Constitution oftho From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling at Charleston), dundayn, Tuesdays and Thursdays. INDIAN RIVER SERVICE.
State of Florida, is hereby nmonded so a* to From CHARLESTON, 8. C, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Indian River Steamers leave Tltnsville R:18
Some hats and bonnets anil
new p. m. Mondays Thursdays
are for St T nni. i>
"Clyde Line" Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston daily '
hour of see ,
read as follows i V. For sailing papers. '
"685 return"K' arrlve Tltusvllle Thursdays and 'in
formed of a chcuilla plait combined SECTION 3B. No courts other than herein South-Bound. wli'nSbound trains Saturdajs, coimcc. 'J'JG.

with mouBseline do sole. This in beaver pecifled shall be established Iu this State, except B. COFFIN, D. ACKERLY
to sail from Pfer 20, East River New York, at 3 as follows! ,
that the Legislature may clothe any Railroad Steamers are appointed p in. .General Superintendent.Florida General
color has been trimmed beneath the Passenger
Commission with Judicial Powers in all For CHARLESTON, 8.C, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
brim with bright yellow, the shape mutters connected with the functions of their For JACKSON VILLE, FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde .

somewhat larger than the ordinary office. ARTICLE XIV. New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)

toque and wonderfully effective. (Coiling at Charleston, 8. C, both ways)
1 Violet chip, violet cloth and violet III.Add tho following as Section 84, of Article "STEAMERS" / East Coast Ry.i

felt are ii> liberally trimmed with vio- the Impeachment are appointed to Ball as follows* ( .

SECTION 34. Immediately upon of From foot of Hogan Street,Jacksonville, From Lewis' Wharf,Boston,
oltloer the House Rei>-
resentatives, he any shall be by disqualified from performing THURSDAYS, FRIDAYS.T1 TIME TABLE NO. IS, lii'EFFECT MAY 16, 1898.

any of the duties of nis office until aoiiitttedby -

the Senate, and the Governor, In SOUTH BOUND (Km) Down). NORTH BOUND (
such case, shall at once appoint an incumbent Clyde's St. Johns* River Line. ResdUpl.Gen'l .
to llll such oltlce pending the Impeachment pro No78l fJ
ceedings. In case of the Impeachment of the STATIONS.
Clovernor, the President of the Senate, or in case (DE liAKY LINE)

or the death, resignation or inability of the Jacksonville,Palatka, Sanford,Enterprise,Fla.and intermediate landings on the St.John's River. .. Jacksonville .... ...Ar 6 4,-ip 11)iftu
President of the Senate, the Speaker of the ..St. Augustine.... ....Lv 5 86p
Home of Representatives shall act as Governor The elegant Sldewneel Steamer ..St. Augustine.... ....Ar 5 8'lpTnip' 9Wa*
lending the Impeachment proceedings against "IIAKKY O. DAY." Hastings.Palatka. Lv tie*
tlie Governor. .
cast In compliance with said proposed CAPT. W. A. SHAW.Is 7SStlua
The votes
.... .Palatka 1 ....Ar ft
amendments, and the canvass, declaration Hop
anil returns thereof, shall be eubteoted to appointed to sail as follows I ,.San ifat.o 7Lv.Ar 8200Ta5p '
Ban Mateo./
the same regulations and restrictions as are Leaves Jacksonville,! Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5:00: p m TEasTPaTaika 12ll p
provided by Taw fur General Elections .in the Leaves Sanford Mondays and Thursdays at 0.00 a in Ormoid. "SI*
State of Florida.JTSrThe 8 0 p 71ia
Daytona ., 2 6A> 7 maH.Va
attention of the Sheriff Is called totliu .Port Oraair*
2 41p
law requiring him to cause a Notice of said New Smrrne 2
be liuhliHiied In a newspaper printed Alp t3MKoT5
Klection to Oak Hill. ,. Un
in the oonntv, if there be a paper In tbe county, Tltnsville 1 ''Up
and if there tie no paper published In the City Point 12 8up

county, lie shall cause at least Ave copies of this ..........> Cocoa .......... 13 a'p
Notice to be posted la the most publio places In .....Rockledg* ..... laifli.
the oounty. Eau Gallic 11 4,'a
IJJ TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto .............. .. ...Melbourne ,
set my hand and atllxed the Great Seal of .............. ........ Sebastian........
the State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, .............. ........... St. Lnnle.......,
this the 30th day of July, IHUS.L ....Fort
CRAWFORD Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.Jmo. Eden ,.,,
[ S.] JOHN L. ............Jensen......,
Secretary of State.To Stuart

Joseph P. Brown, Sheriff Urevard County. F. M. Irokyonobr, Jr., Fla. Pass. Agt. Hoi). Sound
SIMPLE BPMNO TOQUE .L. Howard. Superintendent.
204 West Bay St. ......*.k.......... .... Jrplt.r
lets and roses that the foundation is almost Foot Hogan St. JACKSONVILLE FLA.W. ..West Palm Baaota...
......... ....Linton.... ...
bidden. Bilk beaver appears, and Notice.Iu H. WARBURTON, T. P. A., TI1EO. O. EGER, T. M .................. ....Fort Landsrdale...
a hat of this description shows off yellow f Lemon City ..,.. ,
8 BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.WM. Miami.. .'..,.
feuthers and flowers admirably.
Hievard County
the Circuit Court for at CO.S General Agents, v
Florida, In the Chancery, 181)8) : Bowling Green.New York. 1* So. Delaware Ave.,Philadelphia.
A really pretty, beoomlng and 'original Ex Parte 1 Petition to be a F/ee STATioTfs: No.l&p. NaT}
ornament for the hair to suit the Sarah Tayne. 1 Dealer. K .p 10ToaEv77 New Smyrna. 5 3T|>
M1202p I
f. OOp 11 88a ,.. Lake Helen .,
fashionable huirdressing for evening isa cause coming on to be hoard this 2Bth MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.master's 8 2lp ... .Orange Olty 12 4iip 2p!) 4 05pa it?

ditfioult thing to compose. Airy nothings day l'ayne of,July and,the 1HUH,report on the of petition the Master of Sarah appointed 8 p_mop Ar. ...Orange City Junction u y>pi ?

of tulle made into au elongated liv the court herein, a married woman All trains between N.w Smyrna and Orang. City Junotion Dally except buudav

puiT and starting from a small paste ami made a a resident Free Dealer of the;County and it of appearing Urevard,by to the be Florida, New York, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

ornament may be used alone to stand upat allldavit of A. J. Lewis, the solicitor for said Philadelphia and Boston.

tbe sidf of the hair or intermixed Judge petitioner of the, that Seventh the Hon.Judicial John Circuit I). of Hi-noma Florida , From Brunswick, (via Port Royal, S. C.,) to New York. Miami for Key' West' on Mondays'J* Wednesdays! WftriiUJBasi and Fridays Coast after Steamship Oompanv Isstm
arrival of train from Jacksonville
with a feathery plume to whioh are attached Jurisdiction of a lid cause,
uavlng PASSENGER SERVICK.To making connection, at Key West with steamers for Havana. Leave Key Wnl i SOh
minute rhinestones. Others, Is absent from the State of Florida, and consequently raJ. r<1 ,mil Tir5"T T Bur"d tardva. arriving Miami nut morals.
disqualined to hear said cause; make connections with steamers leave Jacksonville |onThursdnyatB:00p. to eoauieot r, -
again, havo a jewoltd arrow piercing And It apieaiing from the evidence of credible : in.,via Fernandlnaclone connection with
the witnesses that the saiil petitioner Is qualified Cumberland Route steamers at Fernandlna for Brunswick. "* TblMh ow ** which
bow or consist of a proudly ereoi jiTSJ" > trains and boats may be expentad to arrive sail
take of and control will be served immediately on Fernandlna.Pasnengars .
and competent to charge Supper leaving th
stations and
Tral ports, bat their arrival or departure at th. tlmna
triplet of button roues rising from a her estate and propeity, and a fit person tobe go at once on board Mallory steamer 011 arrival, atBrunswick. tatad la not gnarantaed, nor doe* th.Oompaay bold Itself responsible for any d.lay or say
deftly made bow of pink satin. uiadu a Free Dealer, and that publication has imussqn.ncs arising therefrom.
been made according to law iIt For eopy of local time oard call at E3S West Bay Street.Jacksonville, or address
Combs continue to be groat features Is thereupon ordered, judged and dncresil *
that said be continued, and PROPOSED SAILINGS J.J.BKCZWrTH.TraaioMm* .r. J. U. KAHNER. A. O. P. A.
of hairdresKiug today and, as to their 1>V this Court report
that the said petitioner, Sarah Payne, he and .. __ Augustine."What
most adaptable shape, there is an affectionate she is hereby made and constituted a Free Lv.New York, Pier 21 E. R., 3:00p. ra., (Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick.

leuning towurd the old order of Dealer according to law, with full power and Friday, June 24 .....CITY OF SAN ANTONIO Friday, July 1
authority to take charge of and control her estate Friday, July 1 COLORADO ,.. Friday,
comb but nevertheless
strictly Spanish
to contract anil be contracted with, to suo Friday, ' 8 .....CITY OF SAN ANTONIO K..Friday, ]
frequently dubbod "empire. This high and liejiuHd, and to bind herself in all respects Friday, 15 COLORADO -Friday. 1
as fully as If she were unmarried.It 22 CITY OF SAN ANTONIO.'. "
Friday, Friday S
tortoise shell comb associated in tbe
Is further ordered that, before this decroe

minds of many with tho mantilla, is shall be etlective, publication shall be made ofa For general information,steamers, trains,rates, etc.,apply to Any railroad agent or toA v-ll) Southern
copy of this decree once each week for four P. MURPHY 220 W. Jacksonville.H. .
placed in the knot at the top and maybe successive weeks, In some newspaper published ,Agent, Bay St. .
H. RAYMOND,General Southorn Brunswick,Go.C. .
as useful as decorative in keeping In said Countv or Urevard. Agent
up Ordered,adjudged and decreed at Chambers, II. MALLORY,General Agent, Pier 20, K. River, and 302 Broadway, N. Y.
the loose ends of hair which the perpetual Taiupa, Florida, this iifith day of July, 1S1IH.BARRON Railway;
waving has induced to exist. Side rHiLLira,

combs, although the fad for them has Judge of the 0th Judicial Circuit of Fla.A .

waned, are still desiruble and may be true copy from the record. Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad>

relied upon to do useful fluty iu keeping Attest 1 A. A. STEWJART,

the front hair well alwuy from tbe head.mnn Clerk Circuit Court, Brevard County, Fla.Seal. New Florida and Northern Air line and Florida Trunk Line. U03T EXCELLENT SERVICE OFFERED OUT OF FLORIDA.
[ .] By C. R. STEWART, D. C.
Time Table In Effect JulyO, 1808.

> ana Bugltsla Crasoes.Frenoh NORTH EAST WEST..a .

mon of letters have not enough Sale.u ,
si NORTHERN TOINTS. Si .--iBa *ataaane.asataeaa>>
of the audacious spirit of the English, RJ

says Henry D. Sedgwick iu The Atlantic. NDER and bv virtue of a decree signed by THROUGH PULLMAW DBAWI1TO ROOM CABS, DININO CAK3,
A nop 8 una 6 5 They troop to Purls, where they Hon. llarrou Phillips Judge of the of fltli the 4 4ftp2lp 8 4. -.... .Yulee ArAr. 8 4 a 8 4<)p 8 Bllu730a THOROUGHFARE COACHZ3, VE3TIBULED TRAINS.Chattanooga. .
have been accustomed to sit on their Circuit of Florida.jicting for Judge 0 ;niaI oinpsoup. ,..Fornamlna.LvAr. 7 5S.1 7 0 p
7th Circuit of said State,, dtted July 211th, 71p )25a .... Kverett ArAr. 7 05a 6 45p
classical benches since Paris beoume the of Interstate Building and Loan Association
8 40 > Brunswick. 5 41
center of Fruiico. Tbe romance of Villonis vs. s. J. Norton, I will sell at publics | 12 flip Il ip ....LvLv 'liana 4 47 Ip|> "VVASHINOTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LIHITEO."

sale on Monday, the IMp li OHp 11 38p155a , Savannah .. ,ArAr. 5 lna 0 3na 4 4llp
tho romauco of a Parisian thief. The FIFTH DAY OF SF.ITEMBER, A. 1808, 0 2ip: 1 5 p Fairfax, S. C.Lv 3 lla 5 3'ia' 2 2lp134p Thrensh Veetlbuled DrawtnrRoom Sleeping Cars between Tampa and New T.rk>
romance of Konsurd is the romance oftho in front of the Courthouse In Tltnsville. Florida 10 45p 2 4Cp35p 2 4'ta ..Denmark, S C 2 24a1247a 4 00a via JaeksonvUla, Savannah and Columbia, without change.

Parisian salou. Moutuigne lives on ilurine the Ivgal hours of sale, the following 0 55a Augusta, Oa * 5 4 4 24a roliiuiliia, S. O. UNITED STATES FAST MAIU"Pullman
lauds : 'l liat tract of land in section four (4>, OOp
his seigniory while England is topsyturvy township twenty-two ('. ), range) thirty-rive (Jo) IISAa145p Spartanburg, SO" 6 Ollp
' Asheville, N. C. ' 2 Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeping Cars betweeo Jacksonville and New York.
with excitement of new knowledge east, iMjgtnning at a post< two hundred and ten 05p
(2HI) feet west and four hundred and twenty 8 l.lp l.Va Charlotte, N. C. 10 21)]) 0 2.1a
and new feeling. Corneille has the (4'Jili feet north of the southeast comer of the O.IBp11)Kip 10 47a SnllHlmry, N.C. 8 25|> 8 17a Embracing; Lynch burr, Charlottesville.
nobleness .of a jeune fllla. Vou can northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of 12 lop Greensboro, N. 0 7 20p 7 0.1aft Philadelphia.Pnllmsn .
Baltimore and
section four ((4), township and range above 11 Sip 130p Danville, va. 8 07p Mm ,
measure them all by their ability to named,and run north twentv-llre and onehalf(25M 8 40a A25p Richmond,Va. 13 nun 3 flila
plant a colony. Wreck them on a desert ) rods (set a post), thence west twenty-five 1 Ma 3 4llp Lynchburg, Va. ' .155p 3 4H115Ka Drawing-Room SlMpIng Cars to Macon. Atlanta. Chattanooga and
island' and one-half(25J4)) mils (set a post), thence south I-* 3 3.1a4J OStlp '* Charlottesville, 2 15p Cincinnati, with alose oonn.oUoa (or Lontsvili* and th.
Villon will piok blackberries,. twenty-live and one-half(281 > rods (set a posti, 0 25p1125p Washlngtnu 11 15a 10 4.1a2i
Ronsard will skip stones, Montaigne thenco e st twenty-live and one-half (2AM) rods 8iM>a ' Baltimore 9 42a p Also Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
to place of beginning, containing four(4)acres, 10 15a 2Siia ' I'biladelphla 7 20a 8 55p
whittle, Corneille look like a gentleman In Brevard County. Florida. 12 4.lp 6 2.1a New York 12 15a 4 30p00a Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville, Through the
and tba empire of France will not Terms of sale cash. 8 30|> 3 OOp ' Boston 5 OOp

increase by t* baud's breadth. Take a WM. MARTIN Master.Bnggs SDHin A Slip .Jacksonville tf'i'ipl 9 40a ... "LAND OF THE SKY."

handful of Elizabethan poets; and Sidney & Palmer, IS aT4lp 00p415a ... Kverett.,.. 53ia 7SOa .,..
Atlanta B20alll55p ....
would chop, Shakespeare would Solicitors for Complainant, 4 15a 8 40aTinp ., * 10l | 7 ....
3llp **
cook, Jonson dig, Bacon snare, .Marlowe ..Cincinnati... ..p.I 8 311a .... For dtiatl.d Information as e rate., ecbednUs. sleeping ear reservations, .to., app/!
say agent eX *a. aaouxasaa Railwat or its eoaaeatiaas.L. .
catch a wild ass, and in 24 hours they
Nos.38 and 34 ninke connection for llrunawlck, arriving Brunswick 4:.TO p. m. and 8'40 d m
would have a log fort' a score of savage Tommy Sulil. resrivl| laves, a windmill, a pinnace, and the m *"" : *, thro,, sleeper line. ArrivesJacksonville from New Or- A. SHTPMAN, Florida Pass. Agt. 31J West Bay Street, Jacksonville. FUJ.

cross of St. George flyiug on tbe tallest Uncle John -"Well, what do you mean leans tf:B2 p.ui. SLEEPINO CAR SERVICE.. .V. GULP. W.A.TUBK, 3. H. HABDWICI,

tree. to be when you get to be a man ? Nos.35 and 3(1 Fast Mall, Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville, and the'.Clnclnnatt TraflsKaaageT Waaalagv.a. D., a .Waahiaf.. Paaa loa.Agt.O., a Aast. BeavFass.Atlauta.***0a.
Little Tommy (promptly} A doctor, Sleeper via Asheville.,
A New Road Found."Oh like pa. Son.37 and 38 carry throngh sleepers between jMksonvllle and New York In connection with May i, i8o3.
I and U and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa. _
John, dear, isn't your Uncle Uncle John (quizzically) Indeed; and No.38 oarrles sleeper from Jacksonville to Atlanta'and Chattanooga; This Is brought to
dreadful?" which do you intend to be, an allopathor
Oeorge a homrepath ? All bairgajte wifl be cheoked from tTnlon Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket
"What's up now? I don't know what flloe,202 Roabtn Street, as well as at the Union depot ticket ornce.
"Why I called at his office today, Little Tommy. R. W. CAMPBELL,Passenger Agent. J. K. SIAR IIALL,Ticket Agent. 202 VT Bar St. eor.
them awful big words mean. Uncle John; S''Glnl ,??l2n/U.; WALTER OOLEWAN, Clenl Traveling Attentr. *J0L'R.NU
and he was talking to one of hi* clerks but that don't make no difference, 'causeI i. ,, ,T. ;Pt A.,St.Augustine, Fla. A. O. MacOON'ELL, Oen. Pass. Agent. DO YOU GROW FRUIT ? THE AMERICAN FRUIT OROWERS Ave b t*
stairs." Chicago,ofl.r. 80 In Gold lor th.
op ain't froln' to be either of 'em. I'm concise article, en "Caltar.. reUarsaivvMirk \
"Nothing unusual in that." just goln' to be a family doctor an' Rive ,,i lr" The ant I"1" U(30'"cen< third J10,and so oa. The eoatast Is P "Vrtc
"And, John he told the poor man togo all patients Hood's Sarsaparilla, Remember that the Indian River 111 yon are not a subscrttxr yoa shoald beanyway. Only publication f fA
By 'VVe would esteem tbe favor If davowd. Am.ricaa
Advocate does all kinds of job our to the trait grower. Official orgaa of th.
to you know where through the 'cause my pa says that if he is a doctor, printing leaders, when writing or calling G! *n Union. Sn4 SIM for a ywir'a sabscrlptloa aad the article for the prf": J'fJ
peaking tube. Pick Me Uo. he's 'bilged to own up that Hood's Sarsaparilla at short notice. Send them an order our advertisers to merchandise upon of the saccessfal author, will be i pabllahad rn the Christmas lasae. Every ""'L' JT
is the best family medicine be and be convinced that It is the place to purchase Am.rlcao.rrnltOrow.ra'Joaraal worth a year's *, m r\f\ < *>T Tl
hare Job printing done. etc., would mention the advocate.' %i"{ ",hc &lZ!' l2i702Address AnesiCAN f uit TINT LlLJLliJ'CRa'JOURNAL
ever saw in his life. Saa Dttf. l uHaf. cniCAOO, ILL, J>3l/.VAJ

SSWtttMMiii'ti ni uii

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Codfish or Iladdoeh at-ffed aad naked INDIAN RIVER GUARDS.

AUCJUSTINKl. sued. Handsomely Garalehed."Fish Drill at the Armory, nver county mil.ever*
for fastiug days aud, moreover, Tuesday evening In the month, at 8 o'clock.C. J
R. BTKWAR1', Captain.V. .
flapjacks and puddings, quotes the
The only hotel on the bay. Summer Boston Cooking School Magazine, in illustrating
;otel Placide e OCEAN YIEW HOTEL rates for permanent guests. Excellent V. 8. C. E.
and telling how to prepare a
18Mj One
table. of the best places on the Atlantlo Meets every Rumlay evening at 0:30: o'clockat
Coast to upend summers. handsome dish of baked rod or haddock, the rresbtterlan Church.INIIKIKNUKNT .
the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west Good fishing, sailing, and surf-bathing. with garnish of puree of peas, parsley

block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. For rates, address F. C. HAYDEX, Mgr.OltMONO. and follows: ORDER GOOD TKMl'LARA.Tltuaillle .
Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all trains. Terms $2.50 day >
uperlor and
per and
Remove the from the bead
eyes Lodge No. 17 meets every Tuesday
rates by the week. JOHN
tarda. Special S. BOWEX, Proprietor. the fins from the body of a dressed bad* evening IK: > In Ureslrtterlan church, fubllaineetinire
IInit Tuesday in oaeh month.C. .
dock weighing about four pounds. Soak
A. (lAltlNKR, Q. W. HCOIIIK,
in cold water about five ounces (one- Beo't. c. T.

'" fourth a loaf) of brend, from which the

Trailers HOtel. HOTEL COQUIM ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA, FLORIDA. crust has been removed, for. 15 minutes. CHIIKC1IKH.K.'ISCOPAL .
. Management. Put the bread in u piece of cheesecloth

Open for Summer Season of 1808. Fine surf-bathiug, Ashing, riding, driving and wring out all the moisture, add atublespoonful CHURCH.Rtrvlae .
GARCIA and wheeling. Sea Food a of parsley, chopped, 3 tnblespoonf -
Specialty.Mrs. 2ml and 4th Sundays In each
M. VANCE, Proprietress. nls of onion, chopped (or a teaspoonful monthatlta m.and 7:3(1: p. in. Hiui.lm school
Rates, (2.00 per day; |8 to $10 per week. of onion juice), one-fourth every Sunday at a. in. Kveulnir nra>er atSp.
Electric Lights, Electrio Bells, Baths, Complete Service.TIIE teaspoonful eaoh of suit and pepper, one- rrlday. on 10 Wednesdays.a. in. Litany semce e ery

.BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. fourth cup of melted butter, and, if Archdeacon II. F. IIiiown, Rector.I'RKKBYTKKIAN .
NEW SMY11NA. desired quite dry, the beaten yolks of
Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers.VERETT two eggs. CHURCH.Rervirca .

NEW SMYRNA FLORIDA Fill the body of the fish with the every Huhhath at II a. m.and 7 H>p.m.
HOTEL NELMS stuffing and sow np the opening. Pass Rnmluy school at II V a. hi., t'hus. Gardner,

Is kept open during the Summer, under the management the tail through the sockets from which at7m.Hunt:, rrayer Hie mildloare mmllng iMinllullr on Wednesday Invl'lcil evening to at
HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. or Mr. S. L. Story. Special attention will bo given to traveling men; the eyes have been removed and pass a tend our services.Rev. .
also rates the week month to families, miles 1'Arl.llElUOMAN .
special by or lift to Ocean Beach; Instor.HAITI8T
skewer through, close to the head, to
good bicycling; row and sailboats free for use of guests. For rates, eta., address
hold it in fish
place. Arrange on a
Largest, best, and coolest; choice rooms for summer, $1.50, $2, $.1, $5 weekly.Vator S. L. STORY, New Smyrna, Fla.SUWANNEE sheet in a baking pan, together with CHURCH.rreachlnn .

baths, bell service, etc. CIIARLES A. OAKES. bits of onion, carrot aud parsley. Lay niornliit| and every evening.M-iiond I'run-r and fourth Mvetinus Smnlnvs every, 1
\Vcctiii>Hiluv evening at 7 (Ml o'clock. Humlay
SPKINGS, PLA.Suwannee Hcliool every Hiuula> atlMna. in. Also iirrachInirrlrst -
TITUSVILLE.TDIA3ST Hiinduv at I.a Invited to attend.
Springs Fla.TIIE RESORT. Open all the year.

ZE3XT7" .:_ i HOTE3L CHURCH.Roiculnr .

Cure Brlght's disease, all kidney, bladder and liver trouble, rheumatism and services every hrst, third and rnnrth
dyspepsia. Excursion tickets for sale from all points over the Plaut, System and Rnndiiva at It a. in. and T no i>, in. Hunilny
F. C & P. R'y. For Illustrated pamphlets, v.Ith testimonials, address rtoliool every Hunday at 10:1H) a. in. F.pwortfc.Ixuiitue .
Board Ten Dollars week. ANDREW 1IANLEY unci, Himilay at 3.JI0 p. in. l'ra\er mcetInir -
per ,
Sp TITUSVILLE every Thuraduv night at 7:IKl o'clock. The
'V Gen'l Manager, Suwannee Spiings, Fla. IjhIIch' Aid Hoelety meets e>ery Wednesday
FISH WITH OAltNlttll or PICAS, KTC. at 3:(HI p, ni. Kvcrj body welcome ut our vhurcuservices.
lf Indian River.S3P .
; w & thin slices of salt pork on the top of the
II. Vastor.
&&& &* Fla- fish and put into a hot oven In about
15 minutes baste with a oup of hot CATHOLIC CHURCH.Aorvlcee .
white broth aud reduce the tempera
New Mount Pleasant House at 10 a, in. every Bundav, In new
WHITE mmm H. ture. Bnke 40 minutes, basting the fish Church ImlldliiK, North Tltusvllle, Children's
thoroughly 10 minutes with the oateahlsiii at 9 |>.
Open All The Year. OPEN FOR ITS FOURTH SEASON,July 2nd, I8IW. The ease with which It la reacheil from the Then the in.Riev..,F. r. O'llnvLK,Rector.MUNICIPAL. .
air and elevation, make It liquor from pan. remove
New York Its pure water, pure great peculiarly desirable aa a summer
resort. The famous driven of the White Mountain* are all tributary to Mount 1'leasant. The florae pork and pour a white suuoo made of
are carefully selected New Knirland stock,and most of the vehicle* were made expressly for 3 tablespoonfula euoh of butter and .
the Mount I'leasant House all of them iiosscsslnir the requisites of perfect comfort and safety.
Only a few minutes* The tennis courts and liimlintc alleys are constructed upon the moat approved methods. There laa flour aud u cup of white stock over the TOWN COUNCIL.
walk from Railway stations fine gulf course, a well-laid-out baseball diamond, an archery range and croquet ground.ANDKRSON fish and sprinkle over this fine, soft

and Steamboat land & TRICK, managers (of Hotel Ormond, Flu.) bread crumbs that have been stirred into I>. H. rrlti'lmnl, tax, mayor collector i It. S.! H.Smith U.Vanlundlnir-, innrslinl I

ings. melted butter. Bake 15 miuutoa longer, limn, clerk ami nsscssnri Minor 8. .limes, J no.It fl
Walker, K. L. llrndy, ,1. l. IHxou, W. K.
__ On the banks of the or until the crumbs ure brown. Knox, imiincllinnn. Tim council meets second
'far-famed Indian River. GOING 3VORTH ? Slide the fish from the sheet on toa and fourth Mondays In euch mouth.

warm platter, remove the skewer,
TRAYEL YIA THE "TIFTON ROUTE." squeeze the juioo of a lemon over tho HOARD OP TltADK.
BEACH.leminole Meets second In each
fish and garnish with parsley, slice oflemou'uud every Wciliiiwday night
mouth at H.oO o-cluck In rooms nver postofttce.
a puree of peas. Strain the Juilge M.H.,lones. presli'eiitt Vt in. 'SI. Drown,
Georgia Southern and Florida Railway. sauce, remove the fat aud serve in a trcionneri J. n. Hint, secretary.

Hotel sauce boat. Tomato sauce may be used ;

Suwanee River Route. instead of the white sauce. Paste thoroughly COUNTY OKKICKH8.HCIIOOL .

or the fish will be dry.

OPEN ALL THE YEAR. For tho pureo of peas press cooked HOARD.J. .
The Georgia Southern & Florida Railway comprises part of the Tlfton Route, peas, fresh, dried or canned, through a 8. Annwilon, Tltusvllle| It. N, Andrews,
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. T and Is the most direct route to all points North, East and West, and operates the sieve or fine colander. Heat with a little Cocoa J 8. K. tllhhs, Melbourne,

This hotel is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to finest Pullman Buffet sleepers; double dally, Jacksonville to Nashville via Macon, butter, a teaspoonful of sugar, suit mr

railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel, Atlanta, and Chattanooga; traversing the famous fruit belt of Georgia, and the and pepper to taste and if needed a little COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.W .
i flHhing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00 per day and Historical Battle Fields of North Georgia and Tennessee. hot milk or stock. When very hot, II. Hhnrpe, RluirH>s, chairman| Joseph
Mendel, latlrangei .1. It, Walker lltusvllle
ards special rates by the week or month.
; press through a pastry bag with.* star .Inn. Houston, Kan nslllntJ.N Waller, Ankoiia.
GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor. For further Information, maps, schedules, sleeping car reservations, etc., tube nttaohod in any form desired about Regular sessions are held flrst Monday In each

write or call on the fish. Stars of peas may alternate month.

MIAMI.otel HUGH II. RICHARDSON, Gen. Agt., with bunohes of parsley.A .
7 Hogan St, Jacksonville.Wm. COUNTY OFFICIALS.

CHECKLEY SHAW, O. A. MacDONALD, Minor H.Jones, Tltusvllle, county Judge) I),
Vico-PreBident, Macon, Ga. Gen'l Passenger Agt. L. (laiildnti, Tltusvllle, proseuutlng attorney)
Miami SCENE IN SALONICA. A. A. Stewart, Tltusvllle, chirk circuit court| J.K. .
MIAMI, FLORIDA. Woolen, Cocoa, tax assessor) K. W_ Hull,
The Jews and Jewesses That Inhabit the Hharpea, tax collector) John lleurv, Tltusvllle,
treasurer) J. II. Hams, Cuurtenar, superintendent
Heart off tho Town.In public Instruction) J, o. FriesTltusvllle,
The largest all-the-year-round hotel in the city. Eight hundred feet CLIMATE NOT CHANGING. "oldest inhabitant" lived when he was the true ghetto, in the uoisomo county surveyor| J. I', llrown,Tltc.svlllu, sheriff.Malarlon .

broad verandas. Rates $2.00 day and upward.MRS. a boy, as compared with his present heart of the town, where the cobbled
Persons Change, Especially the Oldest law condition. The average climate of Mew and the chaffer
streets run slimy people
JULIA D. TUTTLE, Owner.lOMESEEKERS habitant, but the Climate Does Not.A England, so far as the weather is concerned with the butchers for the refuse of the With Malarlou Tablets
in Northfleld Mass. Guaranteed Cure for Chills, Fever and
correspondent has not appreciably changed slaughter house aud chicken block, you
desires our opinion on the question, since the days when ber oldest forest see tho uuchaugad Jew of the middle Ague, or money refunded. COoents. All

Were the winters of 60, 60 or 75 years trees were young saplings. Weather ages. Be he bearded graudsire or tiny DrugglstM.

ago much colder or were the snowfalls Review. boy, be weurs a long loose gabardine to
than at ? The opinion is If Darwin's theory that man Isthe'descendant
deeper present his heels and the fez of his masters. Ifhe every
held that the winters were colder BRITISH SMUGGLERS. of Is
widely is well to do, tho garment may be a monkey correct,
and the snowfalls deeper, but I can fur bordered or it may be of silk, but it we know some men who are not much
Coast Wherein Their *
Caves the
Who are Seeking a Home in the find nothing to warrant the belief except Contraband Alone Cloud, Were Stored.A could not more surely, be soiled and credit to their anccstois.Malnrlon r
that in the first part of the century a
it With
if the law required so.
curious feature of the coasts greasy
much larger percentage of the population
South should send to the undersigned lived Id tho hill towns or in the interior of England, where rocky or wild, is the marriage a this beard survivor full and of thick the dark aud grizzled ages'grows la endorsed by best I'liyslclana.
and guaranteed to ('me Chills Fever and
which are both colder than the trenched and banked np patbs from the ,
in the old men, wiry and blaok and Ague. All druggists or from Wollit-
the coast towns." caves along the coast. These are noticeable
very sparse in the younger beads of families. West Drug Co., Ht. Louis."Virtue .
for a copy of the On the general question as to appreciable in Devon and Cornwall and along This is as it is in East Broadway

changes in olimate the editor's the Bristol channel. That torrible seafront and Chicago end Berlin, but when "
is that there has been no inch Is Its own reward, bee a useIt -
opinion consists of precipitous walls of you look upon theTwives and daughters
lorida East Coast ftomeseeker.We change in any respect whatever so far tock, with only here and there a dip, in Balouiaa's ghetto you see mediatvul curl never bo returned when onco lost.

as meteorology proper is concerned. Ifwe wherea brawling stream has sawed its characters who have staid in the eust, The inun who shuts the door in the i

divide our records of the weather recorded course down to the sea, and here there but sent no. representatives abroad. summer always leaves It oj>on In cold

In North America since the days is, perhaps, a sandy shore of diminutive These Jewesses love display and court weather.
of Columbus into two periods viz. before proportions, and the rocks around admiration lliey are modi fairer than
have lands for Fruit Trucking Tobacco Growing, and for
Growing, and after the 1800we shall
year are pierced in all directions with caverns. tho wen, milky skinned, with a pule
ut Steamboat Schedule.
ter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest In tb United States. such as remarkable Change
find that every peculiarity, The smugglers formerly ran their pink flush, as if they wore hothouse

Apply storms, winds, rains, floods, goods luto these caves, when the weather bred. Their clothes are gay,' red, green
toJAS. frosts, etc, recorded in the current century permitted, or the preventive men were uud blpi being their favorite colors, Commencing Monday Inst, the steamer
Land Commissioner can be matched by a corresponding St.Augustine, of the I. R. A 11. It. I. X.
INCRAHAM, not on the lookout. They stowed away uud the married woiueu all wear decollete
remarkable event before the year 1800. their goods in the caves and gave notice bod lows fuahioued very low In front Company, leaves Tltusvllle Mondays and

FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, The popular impressions alluded to by to the farmers and gentry of the neighborhood and showing a fuuey shirt of embroidery Wednesdays at 0:1ft: p. m., arriving at St.Lucie .

ST. AUOTJSTINE FLA.ANIER our correspondent result almost entirely all of whom were provided and luce, which either reveals the moidof Klver Tuesdays and Thursdays.

from the imperfections of our records with numerous donkeys, which were their forms or makes startling exposures Returning, leave St. Lucie River Tuesdays

and especially of our memories. There henceforth sent down to the caches, and of the forms themselves, lheir and Fridays, arriving Tltusvllle
is a large class of persons whose habits the kegs and bales were removed undercover chests are always quite bare. This in a and
Wednesdays Saturdays; connecting
of thought are so crude that when they of the uigbt or of storm. As un land where the other women expose
both north and south with J. T, A K.W. .
experience any very remarkable weather excuse for keeping droves of donkeys uotbiug but their eyes is all tho more ,
they jump to the conclusion that the it was pretended that the sea sand and astonishing Ou their crowns the Jewish train at Tltusvllle.

climate has changed, forgetting that the kelp served as admirable dressing matrons weur very showy, often Freight for Indian Rlrer and Lake

LANE MUSIC CO.Conoyer they themselves have had such a limited for the laud, and no doubt so they did beautiful, headdresses, composed of a- Worth should leave Jacksonville Saturdays

& personal experience1 that tliey are not The trains of asses sometimes came np cap of rod, green and yellow silk or and Mondays to prevent delay.

fair judges of the weutber over the laden with sacks of sand, but not infrequently cloth, that is carried down the buck of

whole country or of the climate of acentury. with kegs of brandy. the head in a bag that envelops their Most Ileautlful I'lave on Indian

Now a wary preventive man might tresses. Often these bags are finished
Our corresrondvnt seems to suggest watch too narrowly the proceedings of at the bottom with heavy gold braid."In Itlver, for Bale, at n OreutIlurgnln.

that a certain change in the habits of the these trains of asses Accordingly the Wake of a War." by Julian .

Fischer Kingsbury FrankilnMNOS. people, snch'* the removal front the quires, yeomen and farmers alike set Ralph, in Harper's Magazine.iaal .

interior to the eoat, or from fort-star to to work to cut deep ways in the face of The famous Turkey Creek Grove, consisting

prairies, or from country to city, or vice the downs, along the slopes of the hills, to tho Oeeaslon. of 14 acres of orange grove and

versa, will partly account for' widespread and bank them up so that the whole They tell this story in London about 40 acres of land fronting on Indian River

: errors in respect to the climate. caravans of laden beasts might travel the Countess Waldegrave, who was and Turkey Creek, with steamboat landing
The is excellent, but the editor and Tillman postofflce and railroad
np and down absolutely unseen from married four times: One evening she
station on the F. K. C. R'y. On the
would be inclined to interpret the
the screened from the
sea greatly appeared at the opera in Dublin during
place, lying on the west side of Indian
IICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS..... phenomenon somewhat differently. The land side. Undoubtedly the sunken her fourth husband's occupancy of the Klver, three miles sooth of Melbourne,
general movement of the population in ways and high banks are a great protection post of chief secretary for Ireland. An two miles from Atlantic ocean beach.

the past century has been from the Atlantic against the weather. Ho they were audacious Celt, catching sight of her About -J0O good bearing orange trees,

Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms. states westward, and from the represented to be, and no doubt greatly ladyship in one of the boxes, shouted balance In young trees, will yield about

country to the city, or quite opposite to were the good folks rommended for out with real Irish temerity, "LadyWaldegrave 10U0 boxes this year. Can be made

the movements suggested by our correspondent. their consideration for the beasts and which of the four did you to yield -IKK) boxes a year in two years.Servant's .
Write for Catalogues.MAND3R. In fact, we find no real agreement their drivers lu thus at great coat shutting like best?" house and good packing house

in the so called popular traditions them off from the violence of the the and rooms above. Good fishing, quail,
A LANE MUSIC COMPANY, The countess was equal to occasion.
deer and duck Creek
hunting upTurkey
with regard to the weather. We have ;
gale. Nevertheless it can hardly be Without a moment's hesitation
Fla. fine harbor for boats river front
24 Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, met with quite as many persons who ; lovely ,
doubted that coucealmeat from the eyes sb rose from her seat and exclaimed with beautiful forest trees. Hammock
think the winters are more severe as of tha coast guard waa< sought try this enthusiastically, "Why, the Irishman, lands for sali vcheap. Apply toD.

/ with, those who think the winters are means quite as much, if not more.)than of course" a remark which naturally L. Gauldkx,
less severe than formerly. Everything the sheltering the beasts of burden front "brought down the bouse Atty. for owners,
seem.s tq depend on. bow and where the the weather. South African Review. Tltusvllle, 71a.




END OF THE WAR.T. to the Navy Department, $32,000,000. Wanted.
The appropriation made by Congiesson
account of the war aggregated about Help for U. S. marine hospital service:
With to Lovctt&Carroll.
Washington, Aug. 12. simplicity (SucccBBoc )
$300,000,000, and covers the time to U. S. revenue cutter service; hospital
the war that has raged between January 1, 1N00. and signal corps, U. S. A.: mechanics GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of A
Spain and the United States for a period Madrid, Aug13,5 p. m The Government for.the U. S. N.; also civilians of all i Kinds.
has received fiom Captain General information call on .
of three months and twenty-two days kinds. For full
terminated at twenty-three Blanco a dispatch tendering his tesignation. William Huber, agent, No. 410 1-2 Franklin Crockery, Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Your pation.iKFLOTtlD< i'tiA. '
was The reason given by General street, Tampa, Fla.
minutes past 4 o'clock this afternoon, Blanco for resigning is that he docs not .

whan, Secretary Day, for the United wish to supeiintend tbo evacuation ofCuba.

S. WOOD.... States, and SI. Cambon, for .Spain, in The. Government Is also Informed that The "Advocate.1
of Piesident
the McKinley,

DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, busts signed of a a definite protocol treaty that of will peace.form It the is Spain the General Philippines by Augustln the first, will,mail Governor leave steamer Manilla General, giving for of sale The at Indian the following River news-stands Advocate, at Is five on Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries, Frmi

but simple justice to our sister republic
NOTIONS hihI Gents'4W Furnish. Fiance to record the fact that to her his command to the second In rank."Washington cents per cftpy : And Food Products of all kinds, Grain, nay. Bran, Cottou Seed m ,i ,'
good offices this speedy termination ofa Aug. 15. The following Tltusville Fred S. Chaffee. Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River .dealing ex. Iim, u"*j
and 400 Went Bay Street, war, whlch'might have run on indefinitely dispatch received at the Department of J, B. Screven. the above line of goods. We invite your coirespondence and solicit yum ] m
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. was brought about; and the President State at 11:15: p. m., August 13, from Very truly, E. L. BRADY BUO., Tinn,
himself deemed that action on the Consul Wildman, Hong Kong:
p.ut of the Flench Government as worthy "Augustln says Dewey bombarded Manila
JOSEPH ZAPF.... of his special praise.An on Saturday. The city surrendered ROBBINS Sl GRAHAM
otlicial statement for press publication unconditionally. Augustln was taken
WHOLESALE DRAI.KItAaheaserBusch giving the provisions of the by the Germans in a launch to the Kaiser Losley <& Motlow
lead and In Augusta, and brought to Hong Kong.I ,
Brewing Ass'aFamous peace piotocol, was approved ...Xiawy ors.a
at the Cabinet session to-day. It dots credit the report. (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER A CO.)
Madrid, Aug. 16, 5:30 p. m. The
not give the text of the document, but
St. Louis Lager Deer. details its main points and provisions, Cabinet has decided to order General WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND and Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies Rums Gins and
Foreign Wtiskles
Sold by Losley & Motlow, Tltusville.WHOLKSALU which aie as follows : Blanco and all other Spanish generals in ,
1. That Spain will relinquish all claim the Antilles to remain at their respective UNITED STATES COURTS. Bottled Beers Ales and Stout.A .
LlU(>Il DHAI.KK, ,
until the evacuation is completed.
of sovereignty over and title to Cuba.
** Billiard and Pool Tables,
Sanford, Fla..HENRY islands in the West Indies, and an to-day appointed the two commissioners ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished
to adjust the evacuation of Cuba and Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention ken\ r<, WT]
Island in the Ladrones to be selected by
the United States, shall be coded to the Porto Ulco. They follow: for Lands in. Brevard and Dads orders/ Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titu iile F!
R.THOMAS O latter. For Cuba: Major General James F.

3. That the United States will occupy Wade, Rear Admiral Wm. T. Sampson, Counties.We .
...LA YILLA PHARMACY, and hold the city, bay and harbor of Major General Mathew C. Butler. dfcs CO.
Manila, pending the conclusion of atieaty For Porto Rico: Major General John
Keeps all Kinds of of peace which shall determine R. Brooke, Rear Admiral Win Held S.Schley have a large List Will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of

1 lure Drugs, Fancy and Toilet Articles. of the the control Philippines., disposition and government ,. Brigadier General William W.Gordon. of Lands owned by CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER

Prices to suit.flOl 4. That Cuba, Porto Hico and other Washington, Aug. 13. Owing to an
Spanish islands in the West Indies shall error in transmission, article 3 of the full DRESSED AND ROUGH.
Adams St. Madison, text of the protocol, as cabled ourselves and clients.
be evacuated and that peace
Immediately commissioners
Also Mouldings and Turned Woik, Biick, Lime, Cement, Crates of all desciiptiou
Madrid not with accuracy.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.CEO. to bo appointed within ten from was given
days, shall within thirty days from the The text of this article is really as Price for unimproved -t-d.ssvlJ.Xo, Florida,

W. DAVISON & CO.. signing of the protocol, meet at Havana follows:
will lands $3 to $100
and San Juan, respectively, to arrange "Article 3 The Uulted States
Fruit & Produce Commission Merchants. and execute the details ofalion. the evacu- occupy and hold the city,bay and harbor
of Manjla, pending the conclusion of a per acre. I3 Tr3TJ"2S- rCX-
Florida Pioducts; Oranges, PINEAPPLES S. That the United States and Spain treaty of peace, which shall determine

; Watermelons, Tomatoes and will each appoint not more than Ave the control, disposition" and government I represent the Old Hartford, Liverpool and London and Globe, Aelm,
Oliver vegetables a specialty.,30T commissioners to negotiate and conclude of the Philippines. WE have a few Residence, Orange
Providence & Washington, Fireman's Fund, and Sun Mutual.
,'101)-311-313) Street a treaty of peace. The commissioners
Poydras aie to meet in Paiis not later than the Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable 237 Lowest rates guaranteed. Write for rates, etc, toC.

NEW ORLEANS, LA.Rpfnrto Hist of October. Pineapple Slips and Suckers looations. Prices Reasonable. S. SCHUYLER, Agent,

>locat intents of all Exnrens Con,, IncalVrttlttto 0. On the signing of the protocol hostilities For Sale, Tltusville, Fla.Titusville .
nnunt nf tlitt Louisville A Nashvlllo R'y, will be suspended, and notice to
J nrauilit Nat'l Hunk, Metropolitan Mank, N.O.
that effect will be given as soon as possible Of the following varieties, Smooth TITUSVILLE
by each Government to the commandeis Cayenne, Envll Cities, Abbakas and Offices : I and MIAMI.
Established 181)0.T. of its military and naval forces. Red Spanish, grown from young plants Jambs Pbitchard, President; W. M. Brown, VicePresidentjC. :
The President has issued the following and without cover. For prices, call onor S. Schuyler, Cashier.
F. PARK & CO. pioclamatlon: address C. A. Robinson-,
"By the Piestdent of the United Statpsof Eden Indian River Fla.
America: East Coast Meat Market INDIAN RIVER STATE BAM
Commission Merchants.Receivers *'Whereas, by a protocol concluded and
signed August 12, 180(4, by William K. Warning: to Trespassers.It ,
Day, becietary of State of the United F. DUREN, Agent.FU (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
Slates, aud Ills Excellency, Jules Cam
of Florida Fruits bon, Ambassador Extiaordinary and having come to our knowledge that certain Authorized capital, $100OOC
have been committing depredations by
Plenipotentiary of the Republic of cutting timber upon the lands of this company; Paid up capital, $25O0C
and Vegetables, Fiance, at Washington, lespeclively representing Now, therefore, all persona bo trespassing Average deposits, $150OOC
for this puipose the Government are hereby notified to desist, and to oomiolt no
further trespass, or they will be prosecuted to
t>rnrigcs, Pineapples and Florida of the United States and Spain, the full extent of the law.
and have foimally Transacts a General Banking
the United States Spain SHEFFIELD LAND & INVESTMENT CO.Kobblns .
fruits a Specialty.BsrEKKNCEs agreed upon the teirna upon which <& Graham,attorneys.WlIKRK .
: Citizens' Exchange negotiations for the establishment of Business.
between the two oountries shall
Itank, Richmond, Va.; Irving National peace to See list of hotels on
and Stop
be undertaken P3
Ifauk, New York. ; our 7th Largest and Oldest Bank on ttie Bin
said page.
"Whereas, it is in protocol agreed
Stencils and any information desired that unpn its conclusion and signature Exchange sold on all Foreign CountriM.
rfumished on application. hostilities between the two countries
Reading notice ads. on this
shall be suspended, and that notice to DIRECTORS!
57 Jay Street, that effect shall be given as Boon as are live cents per line per week. Florida.Attention. jAS.PaiTOHAttD.W.B IU*! iTT

NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. possible by each Government to the the National Hank ot Jackminvltle Bank) i tDchkeb *
commandeis of its military and naval (VIce-tTmiilent
Jacksonville), and W. M. Bkows.
rfi forces; .
Fancy lMneuppl Slips & Sucker "Now, therefore, I, William McKinley, National CORRE9PONDKNTS.Seaboard Bank of > w York III
President of the United States, do, in aocordace .. National Bank of Jacksonville.
for Sale.Abbakas with the stipulation of the piotocol -

" declare and pioclaim on the part
Egyptian Queen, Golden of the United States n suspension of hostilities WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OK
Queen, Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and and do hereby command that
Xud Spanish. Apply toMADDOCK& orders be Immediately given through the ESTABLISHED 1875.Wm. .
MATTIIAMS, channels to the commanders of
"Palm Beaoli Pinery," the military and naval foices of the Paints Hardware Tin
m West Palm Beach, Fla. United States to abstain from all acts A. BOURS & CO.

inconsistent with this proclamation."In ,
For Sale witness whereof, I have beieunto GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS..
set my hand, and caused the seal of the ,

Choice orange lands five and ten acre United States to be affixed."Done ware, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Agricultural 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
lots at the beautiful town of Daytona, at this City of Washington, handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hit
n the East Coast. Easy terms. Also this 12th day of August, in the -year of Glassware Stoves Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright anil
.homes in Floiida. Investments made our Lord one thousand sand money loaned on Jacksonville pro and ninety-eight, and of the Independence Star Brand Fertilizers Guaranteed Analysis,Orange tre and Vegetable Fertilizer,Pure Gk ">{
perty. COUKTl.AND BlICKMAN, of the United States the one hundred Barbed Wire, etc. )o( Call and examine our fine stock.3A1ci.s Bona, Nitrate Soda. Muriate of Potash,Sulphate Potash, Kalnit, eto. These fertilizer* biva u>
street and twenty-third. superior in the market,and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue free.
22, llogan ,
Jacksonville, Fla. the President WILLIAM, M'KINLEY."By JAS. PRITCHARD & SON,

of State." to Make Your Month
Secretary ; -X7XXo, DEPlo.. Something
Courtenay. A copy of the proclamation has been "WaterOn
cabled to our army und navy command
eis. Spain will cable her commanders a hot day Is our appetizing and rfreshing
Misses Myitle and Luia Harper are atXanyan like instructions."Navy A. B. C. Beer. Often wliea vou.
visiting relatives. Department, Aug. 12. Sampson appetite isn't good, your "drinkititeO. >
Santiago; Suspend hostilities. BRICK LJACKSONVILLE K., and our fine ales, beers and wine u
Our farmers have neaily finished the Blockade of Cuba and Porto Rico israised. food, drink and medicine at the same tlmWe
planting of sweot potatoes.II. Howell oidered to assemble will send a case to your order, as wias

S. Black, of City Point, was calling vessels at Key West. Proceed with New anything in wines or liquors, ptomptiy.

Mi oar merchant one day lust week.J. Yoik, Brooklyn, Indiana, Oregon, Iowa JOHN CLARK SON& CO.
and Massachusetts to Tompkinsville.Placo .
O. Bast spent from Wednesday of monitors in safe haibor in Porto BRICK CO. Commission Merchants and dealers h
lust week until Monday of this week Rico. Watson transfers his tlag to Newark Groceries, Oraln, Coal, Wines & Liquc*
with filends in Tltusville.C. and will remain at Guantanama. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.MJ .

IX Sanders and sister, Hiss Alice, Assemble all cruisers in safe harbors. prod**
nd also Miss Bessie Hall, of Sharpeswere Order in.nines noith in Resolute. 20 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. Con Ignments__ solicited.of country
callers hero last Tuesday. ALLEN, Acting Secretary." _

'Adjutant General's office, Washington Write ns for prices and save We make
Another large Hook of blackbirds Aug. 12, 1SU8. Merrltt, Manila: your money.
arrived in our burg last week. We are
Informed thoy have come to stay. The President against the directs enemy all suspended.military operations Peace the hardest, least absorbent and best brick made in Florida.

Miss S. J. Porchor Is having a lot 6fnurk negotiations are neaiing completion, a and
put out on her orange grove. E.X. protocol having Just been signed by' representative Can supply up to a million on short notice. Carpets Mattings Rugs. ,
Whaley has charge of the work.Mrs. s of the two coumiles. You ,
will Inform the Spanish forces in the
C. O. Blyth, of Indlanola; and Philippines of these instructions. Further
Sirs. E. C. Johnson, of Cocoa, visited orders will follow; acknowledge re THE LARGEST STOCK AT LOWEST PRICES.
the ostiich farm here last Sunday.Mrs. ceipt."By.
order of the Secretary of War."II. WANTED received.
Fall Patterns
are now being
II. II. Jenkins gave a pound party C. CORBIN, Adjutant General."
to her friends last Thursday night. One The orders sent to General Miles and
f the old bachelors Informed your correspondent General Shatter were identical to tho Awnings and Linoleums a Specialty.H. .
that he had had a most en.joyable above, save as to names. Raw Furs Skins Hides Wool Beeswax ,

time, and hopes they will come Key West, Fla., Aug. 13, 0 p. m. The E. CLARK,
.a little more often.Hersey flagship San Francisco, the monitor .

Dexter, of Goodyear's, sailed Miantonontoh and the auxiliary yacht Tallow and Alligator Skins. 38 West Bay St.,
tip from there, Wednesday evening, and Sylvia were fired upon by the Havana Jacksonville. FlaA7r.
f ss d the night at the Royal Buck'bound batteries shortly before S o'clock yesterday And will pay the highest Cash Prices for them as follows
*Hunt clubhouse as the guest ofHannger morning. One 10 or 12-inch shell
Bast. He brought with him struck the San Francisco's stern as she Dry Flint Hides. 15o. Otter Skins, good. . 3.00 to 6.00

iom* fine guavas. The mall carrier, turned to get out of range, and tore a Dry Salted Hides, 130. Otter Skins, poor. . 60 to 2.50 :Nra73E3x>...-
Chas. T. Harper, arrived a little later hole about a foot In diameter, completely Green Salted Hides. Sic. Coon Skins, good. 20 to 40
with another fine lot of gnavas and wrecking Commodore Howell's quarters, Dry flint deer skins ISo. Coon Skins, poor. . 05 to 13 Bees-Wax Etc
Hides Furs Wool Tallow
Kmes, contributed by Capt. Burton, ofMerrltt. and smashing his bookcase into fragments. Dry Salted deer skins 15c. Goat skins. 05 to 20 Alligator ,
During the day Mr. Bast was Nobody was injured, and, being White wool, prime, . 18c. Sheep skins. 10 to 40
the happy recipient of a choice collection under orders not to attack the batteries, Black wool, prime 15c.Burrywool Alligator skins, 7-ft.. / BY THE
of rare "mountain fruit," sent to the ships retreated as fast as their engines prime Sc to 12o. G-ft.. l.Orta CO.
him by his old friend, Sheriff York, of would carry them. Beeswax 25c. ' 5-ft.. SOUTHERN HIDE & SKIN
the mountains of Georgia; and also some Washington, Aug. 13. Although the Tallow, 2otoCtto. M 4-ft. 20
picturesque photographs of his former war with Srain lasted only 114 days, itis Ginseng root, per lb $ 2.00 44 44 3-ft. 13 Largest Handlers of Skins in the State
araraer home on the Rhode Island coast, estimated that it has cost the Government Young live alligators, 13o to 20o each. Reference National bank, Jacksonville
sent to him by John P. Sherman, Jr., ofWakefield so far $150,000,000, of which $08000,000 ,- To those who have not shipped to me, I ask for a trial shipment, to get start REFERENCE: National Bank State of Florida.
f R. I, Your correspondent baa been actually paid out of the ed. I guarantee a just and liberal classification. Hoping to be favored with your Office, Rob Building. Hide Warehouse to 448, Jackson St.
an attest to the rich flavor of the fruit treasury. The total charged to the War shipments, I am, yours truly,
Jiom the mountains, especially. Department Is $03,000,000; total charged W. R. NICHOLAS, Jacksonville, Fla. JACKSONVILLE, FLOF.rDA.Jk .