Title: Indian River advocate
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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Uniform Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville,Fla. ; Indian River City
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Publication Date: September 9, 1898
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River (Fla. : Lagoon)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00079909
Volume ID: VID00200
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31876449
alephbibnum - 002071721
lccn - sn 96027113
lccn - sn 96027113
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS BABY CARRIAGES, CHAIRS, Cribs, 23BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc. a nice assortment PROCEEDINGS OF BOARD OF BREVARD-DADE TEACHERS'NORMAL. AMONG THE HOTELS.Wiikkk .

Cradles, Springs, Mattresses, all prices.FUKNITCRK at Screven's Drug Store,
PUBLIC
INSTRUCTION.
STORK Titusville. .
KlikI Toplctt of General Interest.locletr Titusville, Kla.IF to stop. See list of hotels on
our 7th .
The usual monthly meeting of this No business was done at tho Summer pago.Tho
Sheriff J. P. Brown left for Cocoa
Board was held this week nt tho schoolhouse Normal now being held at the Schoolhouse Ahvooatk Is now on file at all
and General Gonslp In connection YOU NEED ICE-COLD DRINKS OF yesterday.Mr. .
Titusville, with S. F. Glbbs, R.N. Titusville on Saturday last, but tho best hotels in New York city.
Lake Worth Indian kind or Fresh Fruits etc. ,
Cigars
any ,
with Msonyne Hay ,
J. D. Crabb, of Cocoa, was in Andrews, J. S. Snowden and Jno. II.Sams on Monday morning. Dr. W. F. Yocum,
Halifax Rivers Went goto B. B. Pyles Titusville.Mr. .
,
Itanana and Key Whom do you Intend going this summer
town this week.Mrs. in attendance. The following business Prof. E. W. Harrington ami tho following
and all other Important Point* along: the ? Road summer resoit advts, on 7thpage.
T. R. Crook of Clifton was in was transacted :
teachers hand attending
wero on ,
A. D. r ami little
of Florida ltrlef mention ofTntere girl returned
Ettt Cotftftt nncy .
town a day or so this week.Mr. A. S. Dixon requested that the Hoard most assiduously to their respective
tlnfr Events from Various Farts to town the Hist of tho week from
reconsider their order discontinuing duties: A. C Thompson, of Peoria, 111,, has
World About People You Know J. G. Bast, after spending a few their stay in Cocoa.
the
of ;
days in town returned to school No. 17, and after some discussion Mrs. Adhcmar Brady, Mrs. A. W. leased thu Hotel Miami, Miami, Fl.i.Oen'l. .
Courtenay on
and People You Don't Know Picked NOW IS YOUR TIME TO SCREEN.A it was ordered that tho school could only Sweet, the Misses Cora Brow n, Ida M.Dodson .
up by Our Society Kdltor and a larire ulaffof onTuesday.. big stock of mosquito bars and netting be opened its an aid-school for tho children and Fannlo Gray, Titusville, Supt. C. It. Knott, of the Florida

> Correspondents scattered along; the C. W. Crabb and family left at Gardner & Walker's. residing in the distilct not Included Misses A. E. Sams and C. R. Sams, East Coast Hotel System, Is enjoying

East Coast of Florida. here, yesterday, on a short visit to Mr.Crabb In the legal limits of Nos. 22 and 2:1.: Cotiitenay. n visit to Nali.int, M.ihs.
Service will be held at St. Oabi lei's
at Cocoa.Mr. Episcopal church, Titusville, on Sunday The treasurer handed in his report, Misses Stella Minis, M.iry A. Hurtiis, Preparations for tho building of Mr.It. .
which was examined, and tho warrants Cariie Mendel Jimmio Chlua Mrs.Kunico M. hotel at Nassau
Chas. T. Harper, of Courtenay, next morning and evening. Fluglct's now ,
THE ADVOCATE, was in town a of the paid by hi in wero destroyed. Scholleld, Minis. Bahamas, will. It Is said, bo commenced
couple days or so
in advance. Congressman Robt. W. Davis will Letters from W. ('. Biuddock and
$1.50 per annum, first of the week.Mr. petition Miss Mabel Allen, Fort Pierce.MIhs In October.
$1.00 six months, * address his constituents at Titusville on from patrons of the Sebastian Ella Singleton, Rockledge. I'J

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries.J3 and Mrs. Julius Kline and baby, the 20th Inst., and will be at Fort Pierce school wero read. On motion, It wan Miss Virgio M. Wiglield, Toledo. Hathaway Inn, Deal, N. J., under the

of this place, lett on Wednesday for New on the 21st.Dr. ordered that Mr. Hardosty be appointed Miss Lula J. Bell, Woodley. able management Mr. Arthur L. Maish,

York to spend some time.Vicepresident to tench Sebastian school, No. 21. Miss Fannie Penny, Nathan. for neaily ono hundred yoara a favoiltelonduzvotis
W. F. Yocum, the genial and for New Yorkers, Is crowded
Reading notice ads. are ten cents the the The following appointments were also Missus Clara Sogaurd and Alma r ransen -
J. R. Parrott, of popular piesident of State College, made : with scores of prominent business men

|>ei line on this page. F. E. C. Ry., left, last Saturday, for Lake City, left here, yesterday, for Julia K. Harn, school No. ft, Eau Gallie. White City. from the metropolis.Mrs. .
Miss Willie Otwoll Hthia.
Warm N. C. His wife and Jacksonville of visit.We ,
Springs, on a couplo days'
'apt. N. N. Penny, of Nathan, was Emma Wihrht, 34, Tropic.S. to retire
little Miss Helen will from Miss Annlo Bellows, Washington, Ga. I). L. Gauldon expects
so the first of the week. girl, go Highlands that Mr.Geo. . P. Williams :)!> Jensen.
n town a day or N. C and him there to are reliably Informed Miss Pliebe Kindrick, Seymour, Miss. from tho management of the Indian
join remain
Labor Day Monday last was only during his brief visit. W. Morton has resigned his position Fanny Gray, 44, Canaveral. Miss Emma Wiight, Green Cove River hotel, Titusvillo, on Fiiday noxt,

bserved by the bank and postoffice inown. as manager of Canaveral Club. No Jennie L. Tupper," 4rf, Wlldale, I Springs. tho 10th Inst., and will probably leave

Miss Jennie Miller, who left Melbourne one has, as yet, been appointed to take vice Daisy I'latts, resigned. ( Miss Florence Sarver, Lake Helen. for DoLantl tho first wcok In October.Mrs. .

for Jacksonville some weeks ago, his place.Mr. It was ordered that the following- Miss Sweetland Obenchaln, Cocoanut Gaiihlcti has made a good record

Note change of W. R. Nichol's ad.'on to train for nurse, returned home on Geo. W. Scobie paid visit to named books bo tisod ill tho public Orovo.J. for herself during the management of
a
' 4th page, if you have any hides for Friday last, saying she was on the sick Eau Gallie tho first of the week, with schools, and that the change be made F. Williams, Whittler.O. the above hotel, and her many friends

ale. list, and that sho thought there was "no the view of starting another fish gradually under instrucitons from the W. Sehuylor, Indianola, registered regret to havo her leave.Mr. .
place like home" in such a case.We camp.Mr. County Superintendent; that tho readers at the Normal on Tuesday morning.Tho .
Moonlight sailing, rowing, bathing Scobie does not let the grass grow and geographios bo elective, provided John S. Bowen, manager of Hotel

[and dancing have been in order during have had several pleasant calls under his foet.Mr. that no school bo allowed to uso both Wlndomeie, Cornell avenue, Chicago,
the past week or two. from some of the young ladies attending regular state uniform examlnatlon was man led to Miss Clifford Dornm, of
W. II. Blue, of St. Augustine, series at the same time as the text books; teachers Is
sick soldiers the teachers' noimal now in session United books be for Brovnrd county Jacksonville, Fla., on Tuesday night,
The balance of the at'Miami organizer of the order of also that supplementary may
here also from Dr. W. F. Yocuni and supreme being held thin week at tho schoolhonse, took
' The place
wedding
tho Otli Insf.
passed northwards, Fiiday last, Moots, has been in town several days used In any branch or subject taught in 4
Titusville under tho direction of Comity
Professor E. W. Uanlngton. We are In Cincinnati, O. This will be nows toMr.
on their way to Jacksonville. this week, witli a view to securing members the schools :
always glad to welcomo visitors to our for his History Swlnton's Outlines World's Supt. Jno. II. Hams. and Mis. Bowen's Jacksonville
oiganizatlou.
WATERPROOF CIRCULARS There are fifteen teachers thirteen of
LADIES ourBanctum. U. and filonds, Mr. Bowen being the lessee
S.
History Eggleston's History
and gents' macintosh coats.GAItDNEIl General Agent W. J. Jarvls and ; white and two colored undergoing the Hotel Placldo, on Muln stroet. The
and arrived in First Lessons U. S. History.
Mrs. F. T.
town from Miami last and left Geographies Swlnton's, If required to
Sunday
,
south their conclude to-day (Fitday).
., passed Tuesday on way to the nowlymaniedcouple.
Chris. Hale celebrated his 73rd on Tuesday with their little daughter, to Miami and other points along the line. fill out equipment of class; Redway's; congratulations 1

birthday at the Indian River hotel, Stella, for Uibana, O., to spend the balance Rand & McNally. .
Titusville, on Satuiday last. He left of the summer. Fanny and Dorothy They lelurned to St. Augustine yes Readers Stepping Stones to Litem- TITUSVILLE TOWN COUNCIL. It may Interest our readers to Irarn

for Jacksonville, Tuesday. Budge are staying here with Capt. terday. tore; Raid win's Itendets.Alithmetic of the that from Information wo have received 4"I'

and Mrs. Jas. Pritchard. Mr. W. J. Tucker, who has boen enjoying Thomson's; Robinson AAppletnn's The regular monthly meeting (as the London 'bobbles" remark), the
President Geo. F. Miles of the I. R. held their cliambeis
Town Council was at
a couple of months' visit to the if required to complete has been purchased, the deeds
iB.. B. Inland Navigation Co., returned Attorneys Minor S. Jones and Geo.M. with his over the Postofllce, Tuesday evening, ground
mountains of Georgia family, equipment. for recording and plans are
to St. the end of last week Robbins of Titusvillo also when tho members weie aie roiuly
Augustine Attorney following
; pie-
passed through here, yesterday, en route Grammar Long's Languago, Ex., to prepared for the laigcst and most
being
from his trip North.Mr. A. J. Lewis, of Fort Pierce, who had to his home at Fort Pierce. Ho looks continue equipment; Motcalf's Elementary sent: K. L. Brady (chairman, in the alt- magnillcctit hotel that aichitectural skill

W. J. Acosta, representing the been attendiug to law cases before Judge remarkably well in hoalth after his trip, ; Harvey's Eloinontary and Revised Hence of Acting-.Mayor M. S. Jones), J.M. can devise, with all modem Improvements
Call in chambers Jacksonville returned Dixon John R Walker and W. H.
,
Acosta grocery firm of C. W. BartlesonA and has gained considerably in avoirdupois. edition. ami to contain .1,000 rooms, says
To., Jacksonville, was in town part of here, Saturday afternoon last, the latter Mis. Tucker and daughter are atAustell Spelling Wobstor's C. S. Dictionary; Knox ; wllhS. O. Vanlaiiilinghani, cleik ; the Key West Advertiser. Such Is the
stopping over until the following where will remain until Swlnton's Word Book and l'lluior II. I). Piitcliard, collector; ami M. S.
Wednesday and Thursday.Mr. G., they ; building Mr. II. M. Flagler contemplates
day befoie leaving for home.Mrs. Jones, Jr., sanltaiy Inspector.
October. Ameiican Word Studies.Physiologies here and whose railway to till*
erecting ,
Alfred Cox, one of Eden's well- The minutes of the last meeting were
W. C. Howes of Oak Hill Smith's Pilmerand Elementary Is far In tho dlstanco ns soma
not
so
mown pineapple growers, has been enoying Sheriff R. J. Chilllngworth came upto read and approved, the report of the collector city '
to complete equipment. It must lie remom-
Pierce think.
himself at Richmond, Va., this after visiting her son at Fort town from West Palm Beach, yesterday was piusentod and filed, various people may
stopped oil at Eau Gallie and Sarno for Algebra Wentworth's; Millies' ; Election bored that tho destiny of this country
veek. The Advocate follows him.Capt. for the purposo of taking back with subjects for thu benefit of the town weie !
schools.
a day or so, and came up to Titusvilleon colored at Fort by bills rests with three gigantic corporations
him a man, captured discussed and the following weie
John Houston, of Eau Gallie, a visit to Mrs. L. C. Branning. Mrs.Howes Sheriff Jos. P. Geometry Hombrook's Elementary. the Standard. OH Co., the Sugar Trust
Pierce Wednesday, by audited and ordered paid:
and Mr. J. N. Waller, of Ankona, stayed left for home the early part of Brown,, of Brevard Co., and lodged In Copy Books Silver llurdette. D. II. Pritchard, collect., stamps $ 1 r>0R. and the Steel Trust. Mr. Flagler Is part
in town a day or so after attending to the week. Miss May Howes accompanied Latin Harkness Series. of tho former, and will need no prompting
this The 00E.
the county jail at place. negro E Mlms, Jr., wagon work, 3
should best
Natural Philosophy Physics. he
duties commissioners.Mr. how
their ; to
as county her. from ii* as
had been arrested and charged with mule feed 4 75
L. Brady A llro.,
Ordered, that the snpeilntondent Interest* In this city, whlouIn
Chas. II. Walton leaves here to- Miss Edith Kltching, of Sebastian, gambling. While awaiting his trial he purchase, on the most advantageous Electric Light Co., for August, (10 HIM. protoct his will bo to our advantage,

lay for Macon, Atlanta, Spartanburg, who went to Jacksonville last week, has broke out of Dade county jail, where heIs terms, a stock of books (moderate supply H. Jones, Jr., sanitary inspctr., t 00S. any way

Hendersonvllle, Asheville, Washington, become a nurse in the Red Cross Society again Incarcerated. ) to be sold to the pupils, or furnished G. Vanlandlngham, cfoik, 13 50R. Tho Mount Pleasant house, lr) the

D. f., and other places, on his vacation.Trafflo of the Seventh Army Corps, now stationed Among the visitors to town this to the schools n requisition of the A. Bobbitt, scavenger, 18 02Chas. Whito Mountains, Is having an unprecedented

at the metropolis. She had good week we noticed A. J. Lewis, of Fort teachers. II. Walton, printing delinquent rush of travel, the houso count
Manager J. P. Beckwlth left recommendations and was we understand tax list, etc. 70 25 Aug. 22 being nearly '
for his mother'shome Pierce; M. A. Brown, Jacksonville; Wm.II. Ordered, that $20, or so much thereof Monday night, ,
lost
Fiiday evening well iitted for that special sphere The Board then adjourned. moio than It has evor been la
seventy
S. F. Gibbs Melbourne ho bo to
In Smithville N. C where his Sharpo, Sharpes; as may necessary, appropriated
,
wife and children him a short of labor, which to say the least, is highly ; J. F. Wooten, It. N. Andrews, repair house No. II That.a stove and any procodlng year. The Ingenuity of

time since. preceded enobling and sacrificing. Cocoa; G. W. Schuyler, Indianola; E. W. window-lights bo furnished to No. SW. LEGAL SALES DAY. the room clerk was taxed to Its utmost

Captain E. II. Rice, of Titusville, Hall, Sharpes; J. Houston, Eau Gallie; Warrants were issued and bills paid asfollows to find room for the last thirty peoplo

Bishop Wm. Crane Gray, missionary has moved his family to Jacksonville J. N. Waller, Ankona; W. R. Harney, Warrant No. 2124, $25.00, toVlrgie Attorney M. A. Brown, of Jackson who came after the house was full. All

bishop of jurisdiction of Southern Florida and they are stopping at the Warner Miami; J. H. Givonback, R. II. Gilchrist, M. Wigfield, teaching school No. vllle, aritvod In town Sunday, to bo present the card-rooms and the writingroomwero

passed south Friday last on his way house. Miss Jackie's many friends regret Philadelphia; W. J. Acosta, Jacksonville 0, 1st month of term.No. as special master, at the safe ofland. turned Into bedrooms. One guest

to Miami to hold Sunday services there.le to learn of her departure for Cuba, ; D. R. Snell, Eau Gallie.On 2125, duplicate of 2005, to Jos. F. In which the Land Mortgage Bank found ft comfortable bed In the caddies'annex

returned northwards on Monday.The where she goes with her father. Miss Williams; 2005 to be returned to Board.No. of Florida, Limited, of England, Is complainant two more In the parlor of tho
8th will bo found the
Trade held Lucille will remain with her mother for our page 212U, amount $25.00, N. W. Robinson ami Wm. M. Dallam, trustee, cottage, one In the room vacated for tho
Board of
a special
ad. of the State Lake City
new College, watchman another In the)
school No. 101 (lint month defendant. The property Is one of tho night by tho ,
teaching
attend Business ,
Massey's
the winter to
{meeting at their rooms over the Post- Fla., of which Institution Dr. W. F.Yocum In ofllce while six more took comfortable l"
of term.No. old Spanish grants the Segey lying private ,
Times-Union A Citizen.
office Wednesday evening, when the College. chief of the normal
summer In the airy
and shake-downs lurge
2127, amount $10, M. It. MahalTy, the north end of Brevard county
Imembers unanimously elected Dr. Jno.M. Golden Rule commanded now In session at Titusville, Is the well- hotel. The doctor's ofllcoanil
The sloop teaching school 102, first month's term.No. tho sale took placp at the court houso attic of the
| Dixon, treasurer, vice Mr. Wm. M.jtrown by Capt. Geo. Cook, was chartered for a known and popular president. At this 2I2H, amount $75, Jno. H. Sains, door, Titusville, on Monday morning. the barber shop wore also used a*

resigned.Mrs. sail on Indian River last Saturday afternoon college there are scientific, literary, military salary for August.No. This big tract of land, embracing nearly sleeping rooms. This night doubtles*

Wm. M. Teahen and daughter, and among those who enjoyed the and industrial departments, and Itis 2120, amount $11, S. F. Glbbs, 10,000 acres, was bid In for the sum of marked the flood tide of travel for thoseuson.

sita, who have been visiting Mrs. R. F.Llones outing were the following: Dr. W. F.Yocuni known to be one of the best of the member Hoard, Sept. 5th and 0th.No. $10,000 by Mr. John Henry, for tho Land The coming week will soo many (

at Cocoa, for some weeks past, County Supt. John II. Sams, kind in the state. Our readers should 21.10, amount $*, R. N. Andrews, Mortgage Hank of Florida, Limited, of of the August people going home, leaving

"iave returned to St. Augustine, where Prof. E. W. Barnngton, Messrs. James send for catalogues if they have sons and member Board.No. England, who brought the suit Inchancery. room for those who always come la

Miss Florence Andrews, of Cocoa, has Harper, Chas. II. Walton and W. Sams; daughters needing a good, sound education. 2131, amount $1, J. S. Snowden, II. II. Buckman, of Jacksonville September, which Is roally the finest

l>ecn visiting Mrs. Teahen. Misses Annie Bellows, Phebe Kindrirk, member Board.No. wus attorney for the complainant month In the White Mountains. Tho

A. E. Sams, Lula J. Bell, Florence Sarver 2132, amount $2.25, Jas S. Pad company.In season generally has been ono of tho

Quite a pleasant dance was given at and C. R. Sams. All report a very Typewriter For Sale, Cheap.SmithPremier gett, freight on material to No. 2.1.No. the case of the Interstate Building best for many years In the mountains,
lie Opera house, at this place, Wednesday time and perfect freedom from while In the of the oldest Inhabitant
pleasant 21.1.1, amount $20.35, Indian River and Loan Association vs. S. J. Norton, memory
night. The attendance was good, mosquitoes. typewriter, In perfect State bank, Intorest.No. the land, as advertised In the Advocatk, there never was a summer having

onsidering the warm weather and mosuitoes. order, used very little. Can be had at a 21.11, amount $12.%>, Brevard Co. was bhl In by M. M. Jones, Jr., for $150. such clear, delightful weather with

Dancing was continued until JUST RECEIVED LADIES' BLACK bargain for cash, owner having no further State bank, Interest.No. The Titusville town tax sale was also almost an even temperature from tho

nidnight to the inspiring strains ofJ'rof. petticoats, good quality. Lots of use for it. 2115, am't $10.80, Geo.F.. Paddl- held on Monday, when tlu> land of the (list of July. It seems that this season

Kroger's band.Capt. other new goods atGardner For further particulars address, son A Co., bal. due on material.No. delinquent taxpayers or so much of Itas has been one of unusually bad weather

II. B. Shaw, superintendent fc Walk Kit's.For No. 20," 2UW, am't$2.15! J. 11. Sams, to was necessary to pay thulr taxes was along the shore ami unusually tine at tho

f the East Coast Houses of Refuge, nrived care of Advocate, pay E. B. Wager $7.35; C. and R. News, sold at public auction. Inland resort*.

in town, from Ormond, on Friday Sale, Cheap.A Titusville, Fla. $2; Jno. R. Walker, repairs on No. 2

fternoon, and left for down-river points, $10.50, and to himself Incidental expenses DEATH OF MRS. NAUMAN.We Fischer'** Cottage, Titusville,

unday, on a tour of Inspection. The new surrey wagon, new Florence For Sale on Hay Jllscayne. $10.Above .

aptain's many friends here were pleased farm wagon and two sets of harness, tobe warrants Issued In this manner to chronicle the death ofMrs. Is now open for the reception of guest*
regret
intended to Ches- sold at a bargain. This is a rare because book I used of dinner* and lunches to
o see him. He going New stone house and three acres of warrant up. C. II. Nauman, an old and highly and serving
r Shoals but the mosquitoes caused chance for anyone needing the above, as river friends coming to Titusville, at
our
land, fronting on Bay Biscayne, overlooking school Fu.id, respected settler of the Haulover, who 1i
lim his mind and defer his the owner is going north.
to change Cape Florida and the ocean; on 1808.Aug. departed this life early on Tuesday morn moderate rates.

isit for awhile.JVIIITE Apply at or writeDocolass Orasok Grovk, rock road, four miles south of Miami. 1. Balance cash on hand $ 17.41) ing. Deceased's family had been suffering

Rockledge Fla. Highest point on the bay. 2. Kec'd. E. W. Hall, rev. 22:1.00: from the measles which Mrs. Nau Fine I'roperty for Hale or Kx- i
,
ENAMEL BEDS, CRIBS, Curtain 200 acres one mile north; 5 acres in ' ' polls 15.00 man contracted and to which she- succumbed. cliange

New young grove; tenement house, etc. ' State t'r, tax IH rt.1 Miss Nauman Is still very III,
poles Toilet sets.FrKNrrcBE Uncle Sam's Territory.
Might exchange for unencumbered Income ' Is of The
Stork, 'SHI .(W but George now out danger. The Hector Island property, beautiful

Titusville, Fla.rine Latest map of Cuba, including general property or farm.E. funeral took place Wednesday afternoon place at Melbourne, on Indian River,
and C. Dkarborx, 310.78PAYMENTS. upon the ground* of Mr. Nauman,
industries
description resources ; Florida. 1
C'ocoanut Grove, Fla. where bis wife's remains >vere Interred,
a dwelling
chief cities, distances, climate, business This property comprises
Itesltlence and l'lneapple Dr*. H. IC Wilson and J. M. Dixon, also 0 with 11 rooms
when and where to I0x
chances; bow, go; house, store, upstairs
War. 1815 Hudson S. F. Co. 200.11
Fred Wright, of Titusville: W. Watton,
Plantation For Sale.i cost of transportation, etc.; mailed free Peach and Truck Farm for Sale 2110, S. F. Glbbn 14.00 T. IC Crook and family, and other friends ; steamboat wharf; also a small i
Address call banana and
for ten cents in stamps. or -220.11Sep. tangerine orange grove, iM
bereaved husband
A most beautifully-located villa and upon William Huber, Cuban agent. No. At Daytona, Fla. Situated In city and being family present.have the The heartfelt sympathy other fruits, with rare shrubbery, lawn,
i 14 Laura Street, P. O. Box 2tt4, Jacksonville limits fronting on paved street good tennis ground and artesian well.
; hand
,
plantation overlooking from a high 1. Balance cash on $ 00.67 of their numerous friends on Indian sell the foifonefourth
property
will
Fla.Keep six room bouse, barn, poultry yards, The owner
bluff the picturesque Indian River; inhe River In their sad loss."Wood amount asked by the lataC.
the
flowing artesian well, eight acres rich,
| section large
centre of the pineapple ;
toomy and oat-houses. Modern the Money in the County. black soil. Will have between 400 and J. Hector, or will exchange for a good,

buildings inside toilet 600 bushels of peaches next season. Sailboat Wanted. for Hale. orange grove and residence near a town
conveniences arrangements
baths ; boat-house and Why send your money out of the Main crops are peaches, strawberries, between Titusville and Biscayne Bay. I

tier ,lawns shrubbery sewerage;, flowers and 15Lerea county and state to Dayton, Ohio, or celery, B. onions, lettuce and potatoes). Wanted to bu7 a second-hand sailboat, All kinds of wood, from six Inches to For particulars, apply to the owner,

; in best, quality pineapples. For- some other place, to buy your liquor 1 Owner lives on place and keep* it It high not less) than 20 feet in length and U four feet or over; cut clean. Delivered Jamk* Palme it, m

her particulars Send $3.50 to J. D. Crabb, Cocoa, and state of cultivation; good Income. feet beam. Address with full particulars at residences at lowest possible rates. raichogue, L. I.Or .

ofW.. O. WcrAws, get one gallon of good old Pennsylvania Cheap, on easy terms. J. A. M., "WearowAn 1ms," Charles K. Kcxtox, to hi* Attorney, F. J. Webb, 4

Eden, Fla. Rye. Add 25 cenU for jag. Box 130, Daytona, Fla. Wenonah, N. J. Titusville, Fla. Titusville, Fla.














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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 9, 1898.if .



PRUNING ORANGE TREES lemonade, by using hot water Instead ofcold. THE LATE-STAYING CALLER.He OEORO MARX. JOHN
MARX.
Oh How Thankful HIGH. The water should be fresh, heated

quickly to the boiling point, then removed Absolutely Forces Host atnd Hostess
Personally, we do not pay much at;
at once from tbe Are and added Into Uttering; Falsehoods.
teention to pruning, says the BartowCourierInformant. Wholesale Dealers In
Pain Was Maddening and Hop* and served hot. Friend St ay late makes a call In the
The French or English Egg lemonade Is very wholesome and GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE.
evening. Conversation blythe and joyous
Had Been Abandoned Wonder* will time and .
gardener spend more nutritious, as well as a very pleasant
and repeated requests for him to remain
ful Results of Purifying the Blood. thought over a single tree than we give drink. To plain lemonade add the well
yet a little while, lead him, not at 131 and 183 East Ilajr Street and 6 and 8
A very severe pain came in my left to a ten-acre orchard. As we go about beaten whites and yolks of eggs' in the all unwillingly, to prolong his visit. lie Newnan Street

knee, which grew worse and worse, and the country we are sometimes amused, proportion of one egg to three glasses oflemonade. Jaoltsonvlllo
looks at his watch with a gasp of genuine OFMox-ida
finally a Bore broke out above the knee.It sometimes vexed to see all the orange
The must be added last "
discharged a great deal and the pain egg dismay, and hurries away slowly at ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN
trees that have grown high enough else tbe acid may curdle it. Stir thoroughly last with profuse apologies for keeping THE CITY
from my thigh down wai maddening.
tilmmed all alike, all high enough so
up and at .
serve once.It
hard on us until such an unearthly hour."Oh .
Large, purple spots appeared myleg. up
I suffered In this way (or years, that a horse could walk under the Is said, on good authority, that Indeed, no I" choruses the entire We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and ( n

and gave up all hope of ever being cured.My branches. Friend, you call yourself an lemons will effect a cure for some forms family. "This Is early for us 1 We never guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed' w,Peat;

wife was reading of a cose like mine intelligent horticulturist; have you ever of dyspepsia and for rheumatism. The think of going to our rooms until an your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased. want

cured by Hood's Barsaparllla, and she considered for what purpose you are juice may be fatten directly from'the hour later than this." Friend Staylate MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville

adviHed me to try it. I began taking it growing and pruning trees ? Is it for lemons or that from one-fourth of a loiters a moment after he gets outside Fla.How's .

and when I had used a few bottles I productiveness; that Is profit. Or is it lemon be added to hot
may a glass of
the Slam the door bang I Iwangl
gate. ;
found relief from my suffering. Oh, for your own comfort in working them, unsweetened water and taken half goes O
an slam! the shutters cal ing i i
CO.
how thankful I am for this relief I I am go ,
that bat not be knocked off in
your may
hour before meals and before bedtime. ,
stronger than I have ever been In my life.I them little backache harshly, "thought that fellow never XJOl&c&5
working lyxler or a
am in the best of health, have a good Lemons are fine for toilet purposes, would go 1" Bang! "Why didn't he stay JB -
saved would be safe
in hoeing ? It to
appetite and am a new man altogether." the remnants may be used to rub over all night?" Slam I And tbe rattle of the .u.orsW

J. P. Moors, Lisbon Falls, Maine. wager a silk hat that the extra amount the bands to remove stains. The hands chain cries, "gone at last!" The daik-

of fruit produced on a low-headed broad may be kept soft by the use at night of KUUZC*' '
rJ SarsaCOU ness of the dungeon settles down on the JACKSONVILLE .
spreading tree will pay map.y times over FLA.
equal parts of lemon juice and .
S glycerine.A house the family has to bed
; gone ,
parillaIs for the work of hoeing around and under RICH WINES cronte Ki.i i. rid, h
few of lemon
drops juice to the toilet
having relieved its mind by doors and thy blood. Don't ninke tinnihtak..it
the beat-In fiict the One True Blood Purifier.Hood's it. buying sour wine
water will to poor lm-ausf ?
tan and
serve remove keep ii
shutters that to tell the truth
are ready cheap. It Is not. It has ,i , Sgreeable
advocate low of mM
Pills cure all liver Ills. 23 cents. We strongly pruning the face soft and white.A any time they are given a chance. effect upon the i\Htrm hK!
trees for the seven, cogent reasons following Rood wine is really not expenxhr iL
bit of lemon
juice or lemon juice Robert J. Burdette in the August Ladies' Klves you that nulled-toKetlwr
: The fruit-bearing surface is and salt makes satlBtieU feeling. mKV
a most effective dentriflce -
Home Journal,
We make a Specials ut \, _
greatly increased. The tree is far more ni\
HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES.To
especially If the teeth are stained.It Una Mountain Dew torn Wlniku n
stocky, and is thus better able to withstand should bo with years old, SIMM) per Itallon "'"
applied a soft cloth Trick.It I'artles
A Clever living In Dry T wnn ii
| a.
ascertain the freshness of an egg the autumn gales. The bark of instead of with the tooth brush, and the well to order from us. ax w(. (an u
certainly looks like it, but there is them 60 per cent,on all order*
without biouklng, hold it before a strong the trunk Is shaded, an Important consideration teeth rubbed and down not
up crosswise really no trick about it. Anybody can .BT Always send money with
rdm
light and look directly through the shell.If in semi-trnpical countries. as Is the usual custom. try it who has lame back and weak kidneys w e will not open new act. unit unit,
the round and the white The soil immediately about the trunk is suitable Jacksonville referent< In aim
yolk malaria troubles. We
appears Either iron or nervous
rust or milldew may be removed ,>o Goods sent C. O. I> to Im ToimT
surrounding it clear, the chances are that shaded, and thus Is kept moist and loose. by covering the spots with a mixture mean he can cure himself right away by Agent for Indianopolis Krenluc (
Ilrevters and liottlers, Indian
the isflush./ Or it The picking of the fruit is greatly facilitated taking Electric Bitters. This medicine ipnin,loj
egg you may drop of lemon juice and salt, and exposing tones up the whole system, acts as a Hercules Malt Tonic, 82.28 per case; Clayton & Russell Wild Cherry Brandy, tl 60 per case,

into wate>; If the egg sinks quickly and and made less expensive. It has to the direct rays of the sun. If tbe stimulant to liver and kidneys, is a

remains at the bottom it is in all probability been estimated by a grower of ample first application is not effective it maybe blood purifier and nerve tonic. It cures

fiesh, but if It stands on end it is experience with tall seedlings and low- repeated, and if persevered In will constipation, headache, fainting spells, SAW AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE: YAltI>,

doubtful, and quite bad If It floats. The crowned budded trees, that it costs four finally remove the most obstinate ofstains. purely sleeplessness vegetable and a melancholy.mild laxitive It.and Is Pulatka, Fla. K. Bay St., Foot of Catania*
,
shell of a fresh egg looks dull, while that times as much, box for box, to pick the restores the system to its natural vigor.

of a bad one is glossy. fruit glowing above an elevation of ten A little lemon juice will whiten frosting Try Electric Bitters and be convinced WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY

Two tablespoonsful of washing soda feet as it does below It. Orange trees and Improve its consistency and that they are a miracle worker. Every ,

dissolved in of water seven old and Tangeiincs twelve bottle guaranteed. Only 50c a bottle atF.
a gallon boiling years flavor. It is economy always to buy S. Chaffee's drug store. Manufacturers ofLEMONS.
makes an excellent disinfectant for the years old in a famous grove we once visited
lemons the
by quantity. If each one is

kitchen sink, Pour in while boiling hot.A near Sanford, could be stripped of wrapped separately in tissue paper and CALL FOR COUNTY CON & Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. *

good test for the right consistency their fruit without a ladder, only a stepladder put in a cool place, they may be kept for VENTION. ,

of jelly when boiling is to let it drop that could be carried in one hand
considerable
a time. Western Kural. A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shinglrt,
from a spoon. If the last drop sticks to being needed in very few cases. And

the spoon It is sufficiently hard. there were seven or eight boxes each on This There will be held a convention of the lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cyprmmouldings

For canning, picking, and preserving, the best trees.A Democratic Party of Brevard county, of all patterns a specialty,

Florida at Fort Pierce Wednesday September When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us.
keep a supply of special cloths and holders California grower gives, in the Tacific We offer One Hundred Dollars reward ,

to use, as the stains cannot be re Rural Press, a bit of his experience for any case of Catarrh that cannot be 21st, at 10 a. m., for the purpose

removed. with low-headed trees. A neighbor with cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.P. of nominating the following Officers:

little kerosene mixed with the blacking trees of the same ago as his trimmed his J. Cheney fe Co., Toledo, O.We One representative in state legislature;

used to polish stoves before putting trees high. The first years the low- the undeislgned, have known F.J. one tax assessor; one tax collector; one THE SOUTHERN FUEL & SUPPLY Conpj,

away for the summer Is said to prevent headed ''trees had a little fruit, but the Cheney him for the last 15 years, and believe treasurer; three members school board;
pel feetly honorable In all business
rust. others had none. The next the low Ave county commissioners, all to serve
year transactions and financially able to

When embolic ncid is to be used as adisinfectunt trees had a half box apiece; tbe high carry out any obligations made by their two years, also for any other business Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,

it should be mixed with trees a dozen or two, etc. firm. that may come before it.

It Is soluble and The best to Is West & Trnax, Wholesale druggists, Known Democrats, and all other voters
boiling water. more way manage pruning byplnclitng Toledo, O.; Walding, Klnnan & Marvin Vitrified Paying and Sidewalk Brick.

the two combined Into a solution will with the thumb-nail, and never Wholesale druggists, Toledo, O.Hall's who will pledge themselves to the

keep for weeks.In let the growth get over a foot long. This Catarrh Cure is taken internally various precinct commutes to support

making any orange desserts, they is a great deal easier and a great deal acting diiectly upon the blood and mucous the nominees of this convention, will be 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telephone M |

will be found much improved in flavor better for the trees than to wait until surfaces of the system. Testimonials allowed to vote at primaries or mass
sent free. Pi ice 7" bottle. J. K. MUNNERLYN General Manager.La .
>c.
per for selection of delegates.. ,
if of la used. the branches have meetings
some the grated peel grown so large as to Sold by all di ugglsts.ENGLAND'S .

Old white holland curtains, with the require a two-horse pair of shears and atwohanded Precinct Committees will appoint time

stiffening boiled out, make excellent saw. MOST PRECIOUS and place for holding primaries or mass (V I Invite your Attention to my Complete Stock of

dishcloths. meetings and give due notice of same.

Diluted oxnllo acid will remove fruit RELIC. Precinct Committees will be the same -* HARDWARE AND CROCKERY +

stains from the hands.Spongecake as at last convention.

baskets which useful Lemons are a most palatable and The most precious relic in all England The various precincts will be entitled
are is an old Gothic chair which stands in Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware. Graniteware -
healthful article of diet at follows
for children's parties, are baked in deep, any season to representation as : coolers ice creaa
doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water ,
the
chapel of Saint Edward in Westminster
round muflln-pans, and when cold the and especially so during the summer, Grange 4Tltusville Narrows 1Oeorgiana freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame kerflsine oil stoves, garden tooK

centers are cut out. A nice filling is to when the system becomes enervated Abbey. It is made of black oak intheGothlo 11 . .. 1 plows and harrows, paints and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry netting

| style, the Chicago Record Point 3 Merritt and barbed wire
crumb the centers and mix lightly with from long continued warm weather. says City 3 ,
and the back Is covered with Cocoa & Rockledget) Canaveral 2Hautover
Often carved *
on summer mornings has
one Harrison Bros Mixed Paints.
Ready
whipped cream. Fruit, too, may be Eau G.illie 3 1

piled in these little baskets.To little appetite for breakfast, feeling a desire insciiptions, including the Initials of Melbourne . 2Malabar Spruce Bluff 1Ankona Please Write me for Prices. i respectfully solicit m<*

got rid of cockroaches, mix together for coffee only and that pretty strong.If many famous men. The feet are four 1 1Mlcco tloniof your patronage. Mail Orders given. 1'roiupt ami Careful Attention, and Inquinei wr

a glass of hot lemonade, 'not very lions. The seat is a large stone, about Sebastian . 3Ft. 1 prices answered promptly.
of ofparls
equal quantities plaster
Pierce . 6 3MC. 23. 03Ert-XJ333iiFl.,
sweet, be substituted for the coffee anappetlto thirty inches long by eighteen wide and Banyan 2
and common flour in a dry state
Eden . 2Ft. White City
will be created and one's twelve inches thick, and all the sovereigns West Palm Beach, Fla"What -
and lay this about the floor in places atnights. system Drum 1 WoodleyTuos.
be left in better condition than of England for the last eight hundred
In a few days you will And the
when the years have sat upon it when they 31. S. Sams Johnsox
kitchen absolutely free from these pests coffee is taken, and after a ,

at least this is the promise held out by few tilals the lemonade will bo more were crowned. The chair Is known as Sec. pio tern. Chairman,

several expeiienced housewives who palatable. the Coronation Chair, and the stone is Democratic Ex. Com. Magnolia Grocery....

claimed to be the same which Jacob the
Hot lemonade Is made like ordinary ,
have the word from
passed one to another
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
son of Isaac, the son of Abraham, used Tommy Said.

as a pillow vthen he lay down to sleep on
A cup of hot water, declares Sir Andrew figures Don't Lie.It. the starlit plains of Judah. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.-

Clark, of London, possesses the doesn't take Uncle John Well, what do you mean

samo medicinal qualities attributed toan much knowledge The Kings of Israel were crowned upon to be when you get to be a man P Butterine 14cts. per pound,
of mathematics) this stone from the time that they Little Tommy (promptly) A doctor, ,
equal amount of whiskey, while lacking to figure out the like Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please yon.
facts about ruled a nation David, Saul, Solomon pa.
the injuilous properties. Hot water dread disease that and the rest. Uncle John (quizzically) Indeed; and 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

in abundance is especially recommended consumption.Statisticians which do you intend to be, an allopathor
The that 580 Telephone No. 255.A .
story before
in malarial troubles.To lonnrairo goes years a homeopath ?
demonstrated Christ, at the time of the UabylonUn Little Tommy I don't know what

mako ammonia at home, put Sets, that oneseventhof captivity, Circa, daughter of Zedeklah them awful big words mean. Uncle John;
worth of lump ammonia into a stono or all the deaths but that don't make no (inference, 'cauaeI
the last of Judea arrived In EASY RIDING.
King
in Ire-
Christendom ,
china bowl. Tour over it very carefully ain't goin' to be either of 'em. I'm
each year may be laud, and was married at Tara to Here-
just goin' to be a family doctor an' give
one quart of boiling waiter and when safely attributed All the time and speed when
to consumption and allied mon, a Prince of the Tuatha de Danan all my patients Hood's Sar nparilla, you
cool bottle. it is feature
want ofTh.e
a great
diseases. which is said to be the Celtic name of 'cause my pa says that if be is a doctor,
Many of the planter of parts reproductions There Is an almost certain he's'bilged to own tip that Hood's Snrsaparilla -
the tribe of Dan. The traditions
of fine statuary make a pleasing cure and a positive preventive relate is the best family medicine he Keating
for tlii* fatal disease if that this princess went originally to ever saw in his life.
addition to library or sitting-room, and taken in time. The story of
Egypt In charge of the
serve to familiarize children with the what it will do is told in the prophet Jeremiah Here are some Keating points for your consideration: .
'following letter : her guardian, and the palace Tapbenes -
best works of eminent sculptors. Tbey woman's blooming cheeks will not
The Frame makes
About two and a half years In which they resided there
will be found much more decorative, ago, whcj I was at Flat Lick, was always bear Inspection.Ma.la.rlon ItSTRONG..
Ky.," wnWhitley J. w. Jordan. Ksq discovered In 1888 by Doctor Petrle, the
however, if bronzed or coated with she! ef Corbin, Co. was taken with
lac thinned with varnish. severe patna in the cheat ivy.1, after which I began to archaeologist. Tbey went henre to Ireland The Construction makes It
pit up Wood and was aim troubled with nightweals. and from Ciroa and Heremon la endoreed by beat Phyelclane. DURABLE
Diphtheria is said to be a disoose of I was so short winded that I could
hardly walk half a mile at once, and if I a ot the Queen Victoria traces her descent, and guaranteed to Cure Chills, Fever and The Bearings give it
recent years of civilization, whose cause ieaftt bit wearied, would have an attack ofphthisic Ague. AH druggists or from Moffit-
found (asthma) and a I moot die for about two through James I, who placed.the lion of West Co. SrEED.
is to be in defective drainage Drug St. Louis.
or three days. I concluded ta try Dr. R. V. the tribe of Judah the
British
damp cellars and dark closets. With fierce, and f related my ca e to Mm. He wrote upon The Double Roller Chain
me that I should take his 'Golden Medical DUsorery. standard. IT FLT.Up .
the cause plainly outlined, the responsibility .' I began using; It and used about sis Change of Steamboat Schedule. MAKES
bottles. I beian to that it Jeremiah is said to have concealed this
ot seeing that these entrances to o concluded to continue see its use.was I helpingme diet so and, sacred stone at the time of the destruction hill, down hill, on the tour, road or track

the household fortress are rendered Impregnable have improved both in strength and in weight. Steamer St. Angustine, of the I. R. AB. 6-
I have not had the phthisic, nor spit up any of Jerusalem and the captivity ofof It has No Equal.
to the entrance of the enemy blood since last spring." B. I. N. .Co., leaves Tltusville Mondays Send for Catalogue.KEATING.
the
Jews and to have
brought it
rests with the chatelaine.A This great remedy Dr. Pierce's Golden and Wednesdays at 5:15 p. m., arriving atSt.
Medical Discovery "the stone of the testimony." Bethel WHEEL COMPANY
cures ) per cent of ,
trained nurse advises that the thirst Lucie River Tuesdays and
all laryngeal, bronchial, throat and kindred the only witness of the between Thursdays.
of a sick child, which it may not be well affection* which, if neglected lead up toconsumption. compact Returning, leave St. Lucie River Tuesdays Middletown, Conn.
Jehovah and Israel to Ireland whence
It ,
the ,
strengthens stomach
to satisfy wholly is most and Fridays, at
comfortably and makes arriving Tltusville
the
keen and it known
appetite hearty. was as the lia phail (stone
wonderful
assuaged by giving the drink very often It invigorates the liver and aids the natural Wednesdays and Saturdays; connecting
processes of secretion and excretion. ). It was carried to Scotland by [Remember, the Advocate, Titus 'o I'aj".
>
It Xo Cure
in tiny glasses. The child will drain the both north and south with J. T. A K.W. .
ville does all kinds
of
makes the assimilation of the food perfect. Fergus I, and thence to London In the job printing. Give
contents each time, as It would do if the It la the great blood maker and fleshbuilder. train at Tltusville. us a share of your work.] That Is the way all d"' l9"n
1200 f
and has been
year used at tbe
glass were larger. Honest dealers will not urge yon to coronation Freight for Indian River and Lake GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TW'
take a aubatitute satd to be "just aa good.'* of king and of
every queen Eng for and Fever
Ilucklcn's Malaria Chills
Send for Dr. Pierce's Worth should leave Jacksonville Satur Arnica Salve. ,
Common Sense "
, Medical land from Edward I down to the time days and simply Iron and Quinine In a }&*
Adviser. to
Two heads of a family are not better Frkk Knclose it one- Mondays prevent delay.
cent stamps to cover mailing only, to tbe of Victoria. Philadelphia Evening Post. The best Salve in tbe world for cuts, form. Children love It. Adults pro"It

than one.In World's Dispensary Medical Association, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever to bitter, nauseating tonics. Price, wMalarion
writers' Buffalo, N. V., for a paper-covered copy. WANTED 8KVERAL TRUSTWORTHY Per- ores, tetter, chapped hands chilblains
many qases cramps affect Cloth binding ten laa The more Innings a man has the better thia atate to manage our bnaineaa in ,
cents extra. It tnetrown and counties. It ta corns, and all skin and
the stomach. he nearby mainly eruptions, posi
thousand page book with over seven enjoys his outings. omee ta t*
work conducted at borne. Salary etralgbi tively cures Piles, or no required. la devoid of bitter

The front door mat is frequently tl hundred 5 Tat illustrations limited time; formerly can be sold had for for All bicycle repair shops should mend more fuoo a,no year leaa and ealary.expena Monthly** daitnlte T8., bnnande Reference, no*, It Is guaranteed to give perfect pay satisfac Cures Chills and Fever; acts on thejjterand

crossed In love. cost of mailing. punctures at cut rates. knclnae aelf-addreaaed stamped envelope, Her tion or money refunded. Price 25o. per regulates the system generwi
bert E. He a, Free., Dept, M, Chicago. box. For sale by F. S. Chaflee, druggist. All Druggists.



INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER *. 1898
I !



Professional Cards.Beouob NEED OF SLEEP.It SOME NOURISHING DRINKS IRON JCNEADED LIKE DOUGH.Qreat NOTICE OF ELECTION. HODGES & GODFREY

AND FOOD FOR CHILDREN.As .
h. ItoBBtm. Waltkr 8.Graham.OBBINS Is the Beat Medicine For the Mind Castings Fqaeesed Into Mian* byllydraulle ,

& GKAHAM and the Physical Being.It Power. Manufacturers of
diInks
to avoid
boiling milk. For One of tbe effects of the present wnr T< the MiciilT of Itievaid County, of

A.TTORNEYS-AT-LAW is probable that the effect of night a nourishing, warm dilnk, take on* has been to arouse public Iuterest in the the Mate handful of Quaker oats, add one pint of Yellow Pine Lumber
on individuals differ greatly, and that a great industrial establishments of the YR. Hint I. John I. Trawfor.1, Seervtiirv -
Iffice Hours: From 10 to 12 a. m., boiling water; let it boil half a minute, for tbe manufacture of K"Ah ..t State of tint state of Klol bin, doliorelty ,
E and 2 to 4 p. ra.Titusvillk process of natural selection is continually country armor |[ive notice tlmt arjKNKRII.
strain, salt, and put over the fire to boil and metal castings used in ship and KOUOIl A DUKSSED,
at work who
Brevard Co. Florida. men cannot bear night KLKt'TIOX
until it thickens. The oatmeal is a l.ixative engine building Orange ltox Heads,
[ Box, 108.fVlll work avoiding it while those whom
o. to will lie held In Hrevard CountyStnt i>f Florida,
practice In all the courts state and fed it is recuperative and In its tendency. The Bethlehem Iron company is ono onTuosiliiy next nni'iiiimliiiir tliti Kirst MomluvIn Fruit A Vegetable Crates.

every journalist Another drink may be made from rice, of the largest and most progressive concerns Noveiiilwr, A. 1>. ISM, the snhl itiumlny belnjrKIOHTIJ Lumber dellvoreil at any part of Indian River
jKipoclal facilities for examining: and perfect- knows such men throng into the pro on lliniiiirb bill or laillnic. Anyone coiiteinplab.Iiiabuilillniron .
of this kind in the world. Its
machinery
titles.flNOK the lice to be boiled in water to Mlf
ftc land feBsions enough DAY OK NOYKMIIKll. the rnnt Coast, would do well to
in which sitting up, if not obligatory cover it all through the oooking salt is of the most gigautio proportion write for prices. The Sawmill is situated ou tbeJ.
is at least advantageous. There ; and tho work performed is on a Fur One Jteprescntntlve of tlio Second Con .. T. K. W. lty., miles south of t'nlatka.SatHiiiuiv .
S. JONES, and strain; add a small piece of butter, Itmnslonnl District of tliu State of Klorlila In
are extraordinary differences of instinct proportional seulo. Open hearth steel tint Kllty-ntxth t'ougrttKH <.r the Inked states. Mights, Iiitiiuin co., Fla. f
hot
milk and
to taste with
season celery
in this respect, a few men being literally ingots are here cast weighing 1A0.O0O For One .Itiatlce of the Supreme Timrt of the
salt. Slnte of Florida, for full term.Fi .
ATTORNEYATLAW.TUSVILI.E pounds and These lifted by
unable to bear night woik while few over. are
a Barley water Is another very nutiitiousdilnk the great traveling crimes as readily as >- One Justice of the Supmnie Court of tbe Choice . .
BREVARD CO. FLA. others deliberately leave their whole State of Miirldu, for unexpired termor II S.I.litilon .
prepared as rice, but it requires though they weighed but a few pounds resitrneil. WinesLiquors
work to bo done after
the has dis
County Judge of Brevard County.L. sun longer cooking to soften the kernel and each, and they are squeezed in the giant For One Treasurer of the Stato of Florblit. . and Cigars,
appeared.
For Two Rnilnmd Commissioners for tlio tormof
into huge pancakos as readily as
extract the flavor. It should bo soaked press
Four \
ears.
The Incapacity and the faculty arc though made of dough, forged into the Onarantood Pure.
in cold water for one hour, then boiled For Ono Railroad Commissioner tor tlio term of
GAULDEN, connected In some way with the differences in the same water for two hours. proper shapes and finished in size with Two Years. Sold at ruduceii

in the power of sleeping, which a degreo of accuracy, that is simply For tine Member of the House of Representatives price*

ATTORNET-AT-LAW, still remain among the perplexities of Rice will cook more quickly put on in amazing even to those who are familiar Tax of Assessor.I be State or Florida. Imported

cold water than if the boiling water is with the work, and incomprehensible toothers. For
practice In all the Courts of the State the physicians. Why can some men For Tax Collector. Tokay Wine,

rvill ,and the United States Courts. sleep at will, and some "nervous" men, poured on at first. The barley water For County Treasurer. from Italy.

O. Box, 23B. TITUSVUXE, FLA. too while others sometimes Is prepared for the table the same as the A few years ago this company built For Three Uleiiibers of tho County HoArd ofl'ubllo
Money to Loan. 18If very"heavy" rice water. a giant steam hammer (the biggest in Instruction. John B. Togni,
men, with apparently immovable the world), the falling part of which For Justice of tlio l'eiuie in and for the followini. -
nerves are tortured Insomnia ? These are invaluable in bowel troubles, 133 intended Justice Districts, vlx: No. 3, No. ft, No. Metropolitan Saloon, 12:1: Kitst Day SU,
This
by weighed tons. was to '
No. 10. No. II, No. I J, No II, No. Ill, No. IT,
GOLDSMITH, Why, too, do some men obtain sufficient as they serve as both food and drink. forgo all the ingots into shape for Bhaf ts No. IS, No. Ill, No. 20, No !M, JACKSSONVIIXK, FLORIDA.

The strained barley may bo eaten the and other but tho increased For Constable In and for tlio following Justleo
rest with five hours' while others purposes
sleep Wholesale and ltelall
Districts, vlxi' No. a, No. 4, No. ft, No. A, No. 7, il
require nine? Do some people "sleep same as the lice.Hood's size of the forgings soon outstripped the No.8, Nit. 10, No, II, No. U, No. IJ, No. 14,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, capacity of even this leviathan machine No. In. No. Ill, No. 17, No. IS, No. III.tm .
slow," as Mr. Spedley jocularly argued and it became necessary to construct Ths attention of the Sheriff Is cnlhtil to The Largest and Most Complete

itusville Florida.J. in one of his amusing stories, or do they COFFEE IS AN INJURIOUS the law reiiilrlnir| til in to cause a Notice or snldKlin Establishment South.GEO. .
much
a more powerful "squeezer. tlon to be published In a itewstnmtr| printed
actually require more sleep? We cannot DRINK.In ." The new 14,000 ton hydraulio In the county, If there be a punor lu the county,
nml It there bono |iuH answer the question any more than the forging press has entirely superseded bo shall cause ac lnnst live eoeies of this .

WEBB, doctors can, but we agree on one side of answeiing a correspondent In the the 123 ton steam hammer. A pumping Notice to be posted in the most pulillo pluces in

the subject most heaitily with the British August Ladies'Home Journal, Mrs. S.Roror engine of 13,000 horsepower is required the county.IV TESTIMONY WIIKKKOr" I have 4

ATTORNEV-AT-LAW, Medical Journal. The popular projudice writes that sho considers "coffeeas to operate the pumps for moving tho bcreunttset my hntiil anil iilllxed tint

Will practice in the Courts of the 7thlicutt. against sleep works an Infinity ofmischief. is usually made in the American family pistons of this huge press when slowly (,!.. 8J Tallahassee(Irent Senior, the the Capital State ,of Ibis Florida tho 'iUllilny at

Taxes paid for nonresidentsid squeezing an inimenso ingot of steel. It of August, ISim.
l from the boan
There are plenty of sluggards strong nrj pure aninjuiious
rents and accounts collected.Itusville was found that the blows pf the 125 ton JOHN I.. CRAWFORD.sep'2 .
even among the cultivated class, but the drink, especially foi nervous hammer tho metal
merely compressed
Florida.O. is in that class people. No doubt the student to whom iiov4 Secretary of State.To Ji
sleep sluggard a very near the surface of tho ingot, and tho

rare specimen. The tendency of the educated you refer can study better after taking a central portions remained spongy or J. 1*. Hrown, Sheriff, Ilrcvurd County.

FRIES, C. E. is to wakefulness, and the man cup of coffee, but the now energy Is caused porous in tho largest ingots. This was

who does intellectual work and exhibits by a stimulant, the effects of which owing to tho suddenness of the blow, NOTICE OF ELECTION.

COUNTY SURVEYOR. what his friends think a disposition to will soon pass off, leaving him lower In but under tho slow motion of the hydraulic

[Land legally surveyed and sub-divided, oversleep, is obeying a healthy instinct. nervous force. That is the reason he press time is allowed for" tho
molecules of the metal to "Sow, and ,4.i'i
lapping neatly done. Estimates for Sleep recuperates him, and he knows it. has headache and feels bo miserable a uniform texture is produced throughout Tint Legislature of IM>7, under
the Constitution of issn, of the State or
when he is without coffee. If it Is MANUFACTURERS OF
Ct kinds of works. Dlajited The popular notion that a young man only the section of the forging.It Florida, .Hit puss throe Joint Resolutions

engineering who works with his head, yet sleeps for the hot drink he requires, why not take may not ba incorrect to compare proposing Amendments to tbe Constitution of Doors Sash Blinds
lines the State or Florida, and tho same were airroodto ,
a specialty.Jtusville nine hours, is a sluggard, is popular a oup of clear hot water, or a cup of cereal the method of working a gigantio ingot by a vote or three-llftbs or all the members

Brevard Co., Florida.'EORGE nonsense. No man whose brain is active coffee ? Children should drink cold of redhot steel to the kneading of amass Joint elected Kesoiotloiis to each House were\enteroil that the upon vote tbulr on ssltt respective Moulding & Building Material.Oflloe .

and who does not drink ever sleeps water." of dough by tho baker. All metal* Journals, with the yeas and nays theieon -
under sufficient and they tllil determine and direct that tint
are plastic A Warerooins, King opposite
more than is good for him, and the cure, pressure said Joint Resolutions be submitted to tho ,
W. ALLEN, acting liko rubber or dough, and they electors or the Stato at the Oeneral Election in Cannon Street.Charleston .
if he seems to do It, is to let him sleep A Panama Hat* November, 1H0H.
even bo made to flow exactly Jlkea
may Now, thererore, I,John T,.Crawrord,Secretary S. C.
till he gives his habit "The life of Irat that is,
a
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW up. pauuma fluid through an orifice.In of State of the State of Florida, do hereby give ,
Sleep is a delight until you have had if it is a good one to start with," remarked order to get rid of the gases or air notice that

|y West, Florida. enough of it, but five minutes beyond au admirer of that style of headgear bubbles that maybe entrained or caught aflKNERAL KLF.CTION Sash Weights, Cord and

Will practice in the United States that point it becomes an insufferable "compares somewhat with the In the ingot while pouring the mold will lie hold in each county In Florida, on Tuesday
H'l State Courts. life of the owner of it. One can run when filled with molten steel is placed next suitiieeillnir Ibe tirst Monday lb Novi inber Hardware.
9jun05j"R. bore. Nobody sleeps twice round the A. D, lsus, the aatd Tuesday beini. the
through either iu a hurry or haug on fluid
under au enormous 7,000 ton compression
round the clock unless KIOIITII DAY OF NOVKMRKR,
clock, or once for a long time if it is desired. If cure- press and the metal is subjected Window and Fancy Glass
Impelled thereto consciously or unconsciously for the ratification or retention of the is Id Joint
F. II. HOUGHTON bat should last
fully kept, a panania to squeezing until it becomes perfectly Resolutions proponing Amendments to the Con
by exhaustion, for which, again, all the way from 10 to 40 years. I solid.An stltiiinm of the State of Florida, as follows, vlsiARTICLK A SPECIALTY.IIMI .

sleep is itself the best and most natural know a gentleman wjio resides in east exceedingly interesting achievement XII. *

DENTIST.kytona remedy. The contrary idea has arisen, Washington who has owned and steadily of these works is the nickel steel Section 13, of Article XVI, shall lie and Is BO YEARS'

ns we believe, merely from selfishness, worn during the summer mouths a conning tower for the cruiser Brooklyn.It amended so as to read as follows! EXPERIENCE

Florida.p the extreme inconvenience and household panama hat for nearly 40 years. It has inside diameter is nearly ()){ feet, HKCTION of all Stato I.I. The,(Jounly sureties and municipal upon the ollleers olllolnltionds

which arise when been bleached every couple of years its ontsido diameter is nearly 0 feet shall be residents of. iud have sultlelent visible
one
upsetting any since and retrimmed and relinod, and itis and its length is nearly 10 feet. Its property iinitiietimliored within the State, not
ALP1I E. SMITH, M. D. necessary member of the family will not intents and exempt from sale under leiral process, to iniike
today to all purposes as weight when put on the car was 77,000pounds. good their bonds: and tno sureties upon the
"keep hours.". Women, we fear, are good as when I first saw it SO yeurs ago."I ollleial IhiihIs of all county and muniiipal oltb

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, constantly injured by the demands made know of another panama hat, now Among tho earlier successful uttemptsto tiers principals shall reside iiton| within such bonds tho county reside where, and their shall

ccialist in Genital, Urinary an Rectal on them in this respoct, and so not un- worn by a physician in this city, which produce hollow forgoil steel shafts of liave siilllclent visible and unniieumbered prop* Triaoc Marks I
In such county, that Is not exempt from DcaiaN*
Diseases. frequently are the men the penalty in has had almost us long a life. Long before large size is tho shaft for the great Ferris sale erty under bijral process to make good their liability COPYRIOHTS AC.

the former sex being paid in the shape he got it his father wore it. I know wheel at tho Chicago exposition. on such bonds; Provided,"That any duly
Located at Tlacide Hotel dozens of them which have been in use organised mil resjionslb'e Ouarantee or Surety nut
This shaft 45 feet loug nearly S
of nerved on edge, and in the latter in a was Company,either foreign or domestic, lawfully III*'
cksonviixe Florida.Ijneapple from 10 to 20 yeurs. The lining wears feet outside diameter, and it weighed doing business In this State, may lioeoine and be tlnns riltl(
kind of weariness most fatal to fruitful as on all snub olllclul bonds," sent fnte. .flilwst siinney for s eiirliii g patsnls.
of the hat good.Of accepted surety
the keeps
ont, but body 80,320 pounds Philadelphia Record.Mr. Patents taken tlirnush Mann Atptrial Co. reoslve
intellectual exertion. We suppose that course care has to be used to keep AllTICr.K XIII. nutlet, without clisrse, In the

Orange and Lemon seven hours of sleep suffices for the majority them such a long time, but tbe piuiama Scientific American.A
Craps Soliloquises* Section of A rtlcle V,or the Constitution of .
Land For Sale or they would not have (Ixed upon itself is almost indestructible. The the Stale or Florida, Is hereby amended so as to hanitsomelr lllnatrated weekly. tsrsest elr.eulstlon .

Cheap. that period as the proper stint, but numbers original cost of the hats that I refer to read as follows rSECTION' of snr selentllle journal. Terms, SS a.
M. No courts other than herein ysitrt (our months,ft. Hold bysll newsdeslera.MUNN

have for sale 80 acres of pineapple of young men positively require was over not exorbitant 914." Washington, none of them Star.costing specitleil that slinll the legislature lie established may In clothe this State any ,Railroad except & Col i
id on St. Lucie river, a few miles be- eight, and half the women who think / Commission with Judicial Powers In all Brsuub Offloa, UrUt,Washington,D.C.

Eden, 40 of which being northeast would be better for ten. There Is no Stronger Than Oak. mutters connected with tbe functions of their .4''

arter of northeast quarter of section rule of course and can be none, anymore oftlce.
in Morocco that used ARTICLK XIV.
Foot bridges are
i township 33, south of range 41 east; be rule to the ***&* AXfrvW IVrwvftO'TAMPS
than there can a as cV fV /
traffic have been the subject Section 34 of Article ,
other 40 is the northeast quarter for heavy Add the following as ,
southeast quarter of section 3, precise quantity of food which benefits of much concern to the engineers. Kim III.SKCTIOV34. RUBBER T WHY NOT fMVE.YCU' 4..
the I
rnship 33, south of range 41 east, an Individual; but opinion should be planks on oak stringpieces were the materials | or any Immediately ollleer by the upon House of Retresentatlves in.ieachment -

the above land can be bought for $10r more merciful than it is. It has hardened employed, but theso wore out no he shull be from per* chcamnoArcuablIIITitl'C
acre. It Is suitable for pineapple, old rapidly that a return to the old style of forming any or the dutlea fin oltloe until ao rirK.! : Tqtf
itself from studying an experience putted by the Senate, and the Oovernor, In ICMLa
lEAttlRASS CHECK Jt
Inge, lemon or lime growing. the building was proposed. This consisted such case, shall at once appoint an Innumlientto
Will bo sold in lots of 40 acres, for and forgets that in our day of cables made from the fiber of the nil soldi nmna pending the impeachment pro
ih. This land will soon be worth *50 nerves are twice as much tried as they ceedings. Iu case or the Impeachment or the
aloe. Theso cables are plaited and twisted (Jovornor, the President or tbeSuuatOi or In cuseor BIGGESTPCANIHTHESOUTh
acre.Ipply. were a century ago, and that the grand from fiber and are nearly two inches the death, resignation or Inability or the *
to C. n. Walton, Advocate President) of the Senate, the Speaker of the
medicine for nerves and brain is continuous thick and 8> inches wide. They are shall act Oovernor
loe; or to Robblns & Graham, Tit lisle Hours ol Representatives as
tfWhat sleep. Wake any animal from saturated with tur and firmly nailed to {he ending Oovernor.the Impeachment proceedings against

sleep before It lias done Bleeping, and oak planking. The ends are fastened by The votes cast In compliance with said pro.

is like. London iron straps. These cables make most admirable fossil amendments, and the canvass, doclsra-
what its
do you need in the way ofvelopes see temper Tbeyare sufficiently returns thereof, shall lie subjected to WEAK MEM MADE VIGOROUS.MitMtpr'rt .
footpaths. the same regulations and restrictions as are
note and letter heads, bill Spectator. elastic to ba plt-nmiut under the feet, Brovldnd by Taw for fleneral Ejections in the

ads, statements, tags, cards, etc ? has demonstrated that Florida.
i shall be glad to have a share of your 3111 lions Given Away.It and experience |y rbe attention of tlm Sheriff Is called to
&ik. We have a first-class 1ob depart- they are fur more durubla tliuii any material the law requiring him to cause a Notice of said
is certainly gratifying to the public heretofore applied for this purpose. rJaction to be piibllsned In a nswspsner printed
r>nt connected with the Advocate, to know of one concern in the land who in the county, If there be a paper In the county,

I all we ask is a share of your work. are not afraid to be generous to tbe county and If, he there shall lie cause no at paper least Ave published copies or In this the p o r. '"IMf. iS-Dst. .87-iM'f.

needy and suffering. The proprietors ofDr. Held Up. Notice to lie posted In the most public places In What PEFFER'S HERVIGOR Did!

King's New Discovery for consumption And were in the county.IN It ols truwfirfullami quIr-Hf. Cur # wbn all
coughs and colds, have given away Miss Gieener so you TKWIMOIV WIIF.RKOF, I have hereunto othara full, Vumttf nittn r uii.r} lout infttthomli olrjiti
the train that was held up by robbers? set my hand and aillxad tbe Oreat Heal or n r v f youthful fliinr, .AbaolMtcly (Jimr*
over ten million trial bottles of this bin t'inkln all "day 'bout whntdo the State it Florida, at Tallahassee, the ( apltal, nntpiiil Cum Nt*.*v* uen _Urat VI--Vt
death?
medicine and have the satisfaction Wasn't you just frightened to lmi oi a 3rt Aflirhtljr fmlnloM. lifftiFovrir,
great ; Ah kalnt mek this the .K'th day of July, istis.L
pahson sed, an no sense Ithvr * rnlllngllnmorri VV-.<. 1M *
of knowing it has absolutely cured Miss Whiting You'll hardly believe it ole. 'Saba fo' er [ H.] JOIIX L. CKtVYrORD, ., pmt of* 'JfVeU of wlf atrns* or m-jntmtMft on4
a bit. Tho outen et yo money **/*"*. Ward* Olf Invunltr and oon mii|>tion.hia'tlttidruifrflMt .
Asthma wasn't frightened
thousands of hopeless cases. it, but I rainy day.' Dern'* do berry wnnda Secretary of State.To ImpuHfl m*rorthlin tib-litiit onvou '
bronchitis, hoarseness and all diseases fact is, when tbey came into tbe cur Joseph V. Hrown, Sheriff Hrevard County. hrWftiiMA It vlrtliln it grtMw*r prollfc. limlNt on b
1832. What good'11 dat do men? Wundah efbe (nir FKKrRU'N M Kit V 14-411, or tn.. for M.
of tbe throat, chest and lungs are surely ordered to hold our hands, I M
and us up <'nn h ottrrlvd In v t pocket. 4r*p plitln wrap*
cured by lt Call on F. S. Chaffee, druggist it going to be a lecture on teks meb fo' a duck? Up to DataNotice. p* r. Ml par hns. or 4 fur m&, wltn A l**> UlvWHlNa
thought was Hiilc. tta r Bt t tdOur* DiH fV .
::0TT0N and get a trial bottle free.. Regular palmistry, and I didn't find out different M ftv. Ptitiphhtt rraa.MoM l>r ffnurwinta.Aildr****
A"J.fVjCU MKUICALsiaii'N, lliNafo, All.
bottle
size 50c and $1. Every guaranteed
until it was all over. Boston Transcript.
OFT SEINE TWINES.A or price refunded. UNDKR and by virtue of a decree of fore Soil by J. B, Here von, only.Royaltansy .
.
_ and as e Issuing out of tbe Circuit
___________ _
Court In and nir llrsvsrd county, Klorlila.
Perfect sturgeon twine. All the pictures in the rogue's gallery Frenchmen fond of Bread. wherein Aaron A. IteOrauw Is ooinplalnanl amiJ.

MACRAMC. In the Justice of the Peace Court, 0th .T. nnell and others are defendants. I will sell II
CABLE CORD 8 ano are not steal engravings. European nations vary very greatly at public auction. In front of tho court house
bread. The District of Brevard County, Florida: door at TltusvUle, Itrevard ITIorliU,during
of county
EMORY JOHNSON, ow im. mm. Trousers that bag at the knees are in their consumption of sale the pills
the legal hours ,on
flour cater in tbe world is the Courtner A. O'Brien, 1
M00DUS. CONN.la often pressed into service. greatest vs. y THIRD DAY Or OCTOBKR, 1H0H, NKtrdiscovrur. mrtitriu.a .
Frenchman, who consumes nearly two Erekaand Halm* Oronbeck. JIT being the Mrst Monday In Ontolter. lsus, to the sew,rename sod Bftle relief Iwrsup* I
Musical directors beat their way pound* a day, or 705 pounds a year. appearing by affldavlt of plaintiff that tbs highest ami hast bidder for cash, the following nwnNturalliia.prswMMl, eiosaalvs Mow,ommI wmn.y SyoverteooeleSUs. or Baleful>

through thr> world by scores.IF This enormous quantity, compared with defendants, Kreka and Raima Oronlteck,are described real estate situate In Hrevard county, Invigorate*.h e onrans. Ha*
each over the aire of twenty-one years, and I'lnrlda, to-wlt iHckIii wees e# eaager*** fa *ls.l w Jfame
tbe seeming niggardly 65 pounds a are not residents of the State of riorbla, but, asaffiant on the west shore of Indian River 13 paper, ts pmr bws. sineli Sil SI. Suns
and believes, residents of chains south of the mirth boundary line or see.tlon e l d tn iilela wrapper. .Send la
mark Is informed are
find Scandinavian *
been sick will the ( for SWI4
have eaten iHtrtkMiler* sr
YOU you by tamps
year toe State of Illinois, lint uf what part of said ((6)live,townebht 77. south range 87 eastitbe ,4 >
bavin,seeds umm becausstneeoatof bt Hood's Sarsaparilla the best medicine the influence of climatic condition* onfood. state aniant does not know: and that there Is noperson. ASSOCIATION, than*., 1
estraveaeiaee.cultlvetlun wasted on Interiorseeds can take to give you appetite and St. Louis PoxtODUputch.An In the State of rlorlda service upon weat line of tho northeast quarter or the
always largely exereds the ortainal you and restore to condition of whom would bind either of said defendants iIt northwest ipiarter of said section (Hi live| thence Sold by J. B. Screven, only.
coat of the best and dsarrst seeds tobe strength you Is thereupon ordered thst Kreka Oronbeck south along said west line/3-KM chains to the
hart. The keel la slwsra Ikecheapest. perfect health. English paper tells of a clergyman and Halma Oronbeck, ber husband, appear atmy southwest corner of said quarter! tbence east
Fay a Irtlle mors lor orlloe In tort Pierce, In said county, at 10o'clock along the south line of sslif northeast quarter oftbe
who bad two curates, with the the northwest 'in chains to tbe west line
sick head- in tbe forenfion on quarter The Advocatb la .till giving
Pills nausea .way
cure ,
older of whom be was at swords'point*. THIRD DAY OK OCTOBER, I SOS, of lot 1 of said sec-llosi ( Uuuce south along the
lorFERRY'S and all liver ills. Price free tobacco seed of th finest grade.
ache, biliousness weat line of said lot (11 one (IS MMOU) eighteen I
25 cents. On being appointed to another living It being a Rule flay,to plead to tbe attachment SO-loOchains to Horse Creek) thence northerly Call arid get some, with Instruction, for
suit or A. O'Hrlen, and Thomas J.0Rrte wltbladiau
be decided to take with biin the younger Courtney along said creek to tbe conjunction thereof IU cultivation.
ber husband; anil that tils order lie River t thence northweeterty along tbe *
SEVERAL TRUSTWORTHY Persons .rate, whom be liked, and when he published once each week for four consecutive shore of Indian River to the point of beginning,
ANTED our business in to preach hi* farewell sermon be wsekarn theism** Hivaa Anvix'vrs, a newspaper containing __ flO-lon acres, snore or lessf being 1
In this state to manege came
std a/wops get year money's woitkufi It Is published In said county of Hrevard. tbe same land described io>Hook P,page 17'J, of
*m cents per paper everywhere. their own and nearby at counties.borne. Salary straight mainly chose a* hi* text, f Abide ye here with Witness my band and offlelsl seal this ttrd the Records of Hrevard county, ami all riparian
\ Always lbs bestv Heed Annual Mica.frsrO.aLrmilT oltlcs SIM!a) work year and conducted expenses definite, bonan.de, no the asa, and I and the lad will go yonder day or August, Wm. rights on Indian River and Horse Creek.OEO. should be addressed "Thb AdtooatkTltnsrllU

A CO..Oetrelt. more, no less salary. Monthly f 78. References.Fncluae and worship." (Beal.JaoMsep30 If. O, BROXSOX, M. BOBBIN9. *. Fist." Thl. will ln.ure It-
self-addressed stamp*! envelope, Herbert
K.Ress, fleet.,Dept. M, Chicago. Justice Peace Mb District. ep-sep3n Special Master. mediate attention.



INDIAN BIVEB ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 0, 1898.H .



1NDIAH RIVER ADVOCATE.iVUUI + gressive man and woman, no matter this country almost to a man before Banyan. SAYE MONEY And Buy From **
what may be their political or the revolutionary war. The

religious views, may And pleasure result is that if we should see the All Is quiet In Banyan, except the
JOURNAL Or THS DBVOTED IHDIAM B.IVKB TO TUB, LAKE DEVELOPMENT and proht in its columns. The so-called native American, the typical whir, whir of the mosquito brush.Jas. .

WORTH AIID BISCAYMB BAY SECTIONS. political campaign has not as yet American, the man who best Arith's mule was visiting In Banyan
fully commenced, bo there will be represents the conjoint effects of last week. lie swam the Banyan

PUBLISHED KVKRY FRIDAY.Chablkh ample time for us to take part in English of Scotch-Irish hereditary river. Grain, Hay, Feed, Garden Seeds, Flour Grits

that fun after our return. apitudes and of trans-Atlantic environment Only a small attendance at the Club '

H. WAtTOH, Editor & Proprietor. we are most certain to meeting last Saturday night, but the Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.
project has not been given up by any
EXPRESS COMPANIES GEN- And him in the south. Whatever
Discontinuance of advts. must be made personally triumphs, therefore, in the evolution means.
EROUS. Orders for keep coming In- Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless
at this office or by writing..Check of natural resources or in the guavas tobeast. nan ,
more than can be filled. This is a paying Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations.
solution of social problems may be that can be raised on the poorest
crop
,etc,may be made payable to ChablbsH. At a special conference of the achieved by southern whites, have land on Merrltts Island, and yield Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSOXViLU; rij.P.
and proprietor .
Waltom publisher representatives of the Adams, a peculiar interest and importance quick returns. Why does not some one

American, and United States express for genuine Americans all over go into It, especlally those who have
Address all communications to plenty of land? Down this way one acre Try
a
companies, held at Chicago this country. Thus this war with this E. McMURRAY Sampler
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, is about all can be spared for crop, .
Titurvillb, Florida, last week, it was decided that the Spain,-by showing the world-wide which Is being done by some.An OUR $25.00
would from that date & |
companies domination of the Anglo-Saxon item In the Advocate from here

of Agriculture bear the expense of the war tax, element, has opened the way to re "Truck Lands,' brought many Inquiries BAKER. HORSE FARM
U. S. Department instead of requiring the public to exert its proper influence in the from a neighboring state, which
"Weather Bureau Jupiter, Fla. stamp consignments. Aa the court development of the resources of may mean at least one new settler. No
doubt if the advantages of a section
has also held that it is not within this section of the Union. Indeed, where the citrus fruit, pines and vegetables H Axles, 1J Tires, Patent wheels, double box, shafts and Sprinc Sont
The following is a comparative statement the domain of the shipper to issue there may be found those who will can be successfully and profitably Bicycles, Sundries, etc.

of temperature and rainfall for the the bill, and the law expressly provides predict that the south, after investigating grown, were made known, we would be Main and Church Sts., - JACKSONVILLE,
week ending Tuesday, Aug.'M, 1808. that the person issuing the the new and growing regard overrun with settlers, yet such Is the FLA,

receipt shall affix the stamp, it is for Anglo-Saxon civilization, case with. a great portion of MerrlttsIsland.

presumed that the Southern Express coupled with the fact that it is endowed The NewSelden

company will prove patriotic with the most remarkable Master's Sale.XT .
and follow the example of the wealth making resources, must

other express companies. soon be found occupying a commanding and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure Door
position in commerce and and sale Issuing out of the Circuit Cypress Company
,
,
Court in and for Brevard County Florida
THE SAFETY OF RAILWAY exerting a controlling influence in wherln Aaron A. iMicraiiw is complainant and ,
defendant, I will sell at
Joanna Maria Halt is
Total ralnfallfor the week:0.4fl Inches the world's industry, and enjoying public auction, in front of the court bouse door
Departure from normal rainfall for the TRAVEL. to such an extent ail that makes at TltUHVIlle, Brevard County, Florida, during
week! minus 1.20 Inches. Departure tbe legal hours of sale,on the October 1st 1800 turned the steam on to
for local prosperity that, enormous Opened ,
rainfall since January 1
,
from normal FIRST MONDAY IN OCTOBER, 1888,
minus 12.1)0) inches.J. Last year on American railways as was the loss that these' states of said month, to and Best Door
the same being the third day One of the Largest Equipped Sash ]
W. CltONK, Observer. one passenger was killed in accidents sustained in the civil war, it maybe the highest and bent bidder for caiih the following ,

out of every 2,827,474 passengers ultimately recouped through influences Florida deHcrllied, to-wit lands iA situated In ttrevard County, and General Wood Working Plants in the United States.septo30
carried. That is to say, which the war just ended strip of land eight(8))rods wide on Merrltt's .
One hundred and that can take a train 2,827474 in motion. Island, commencing at the south-west corner of
TITUSVILLE. south of Jackson you will soon actively set lot one((1)of fractional nectlon 24, township 2A, And with experienced management, (covering a past; experience of elt'L
times before on the law of averages 3(1 east, and being and beginning on
south-range
ville. Is the county seat of Brevard. ItIs the margin of Indian Hlver at the above-named years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the btjossible
the head of navigation on the famous your turn comes to b* THE VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVE. corner,and running due east across the island material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will cotiloors
Indian River, and Is in the orange, pineapple killed. You will have to travel to New Found Harbor,on Banana River, thence Di Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, &1
due north along New Found Harbor shore and vegetable section of the East 72,093,903 miles on the cars before eight rods, and thence due west across the island
Const. It linn five white churches, good running parallel with the first-mentioned
schools, residences and Btores, tannin that turn comes, and 4,541,945 Editor Indian River Advocate: line to Indian Hlver,and thence due south eight
rods the of beginning, the same being CHAS. N. WELSHANS
If to place
miles before (8)
and ioe factories, bank, newspaper, two you are injured. Please allow me space to correct the 10 acres, more or less, and all riparian ,
hotels, several boarding houses, two railroads you travel twenty miles every day Item in the Cocoa & Kockledge News of rights.
steamboat line, electric lights, for 300 days in the year, you can yesterday, which should read as follows: GEO. M. BOBBINS,
shelled streets, ete. 'For hunting and keep on at it for 758 before Parker,' 37. Hughlett, - 13 Special Master in Chancery
years
fishing, this section is excellent, and is CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTEl
Scattering, 01. Cocoa & R. 08We
be hurt. If
,
turn comes to ,
for hunters and yachtsmen your
paradise
quite a inside
Never fail to read our pages.
," The hammock land for orange, there had been railways in A. D. 1, did not water our stock in our last, You will always find something to interest
thes 13 that
but drew
proxies, were
and vegetable growing Is said tobe on HAIR AND LATH.
sugar and you had begun to travel on largely in evidence.at the senatorial convention you. **
of the finest In the State.I .
some the first of that 'and had '
day year in 90 for the over plus.
traveled 100 miles in every day of Good democrats are electioneering and KiT" Reading notice ads. on this page State Agent IM.. Paints and. Oils.
>I2IUOCItATIC TICKET. every month of every year since will vote for Parker, our next representative are live cents per Una per week.DR. .
Old Phone
8. 13
)vV Hogan Streti
then, you would still have (in this Ladies are sympathetic; Dr. Hughlettis

For Justices of the Supreme Court: year1898)) nearly three million to be congratulated.We JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
It.' K. TAYLOR, miles yet to travel before your turn heard Judge* Jones say Mr. Parker EDEN'S NO. 49....
Alachua Co.F. came to be killed. would make an able representative.
B. CARTER, What of that- Parker is the people'schoice.
Jackson Co. This' is a government of laws .HAMMOND PACKING CO
and not of Tltusville recognizes FATIGUE POWDERS.
For State Treasurer: DEMOCRATS TO THE FRONT.It the claim of men.South Brevard and will cast . ,,,
J. B. WHITFIELD,
eleteu solid for Parker.
4 heon Co. As the date draws near for the Frank, unite rule and two-thirds rule (Formerly The G. H. Hammond Co.)
For Railroad Commissioners: *stthe hand In hand.
democrats
political conte of go for
Uneqnaled
II.Alachua E. DAY Co.J. ., Florida have every reason to be enthusiastic Parker stock advanced 4 points, Cocoa OUR SPECIALTIES :
corner lots 2 points, In last 2t hours.If .
M. BUY AN, over their prospect for the Commissioners "Coin hams and breakfast bacor"Coin
County are political Malaria, Liver Diseases, Loss of Special"
Osceola Co. victory. With a ticket made up of straws, Parker will be nominated
JOHN Hamilton L. MORGAN Co.' democrats of proved loyalty to" the by four-tifths instead of twothirds.Democrat.. Appetite, and all Ansoralo conditions. Special" canned meats."Calumet" .

For Congress, Second District of Florida principles of the party, there is not Tones up the muscles, clears the brain; hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .
KOIBUT VV. DAVIS the s ghtest reason to question
Of Putnam Co. success.Brevard. Orange Grove and ItesWIence a true Heart Tonic, for the weak, nervous leaf lard.

county once more presents for Sale.A and debilitated.Tastless Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .
solid front'to the fine grove and garden property of
of
a
party
is estimated that the first year the state and the Advocate has 12 acres, fronting on the Indian ltiver and harmless; can be given compound lard, sausages
of war revenue will very nearly and extending back to the county road
pay for the cost of the war, which never seen a faction, all candidates at Sharpes about 15 miles south ofTltusville to babies. 25 cents In stamps, to any and all Packing House Products.

is computed at .f 150,000,001). included, submit more gracefully known as the Brock place; address. FLORIDA BRANCH : Jacksonville A
to the will of the people than that 500 bearing trees; good house, four ,
and kitchen servants' house and
When the losses by sickness are of the county democracy in Brevard. packing rooms house. ; SAMUEL EDEN. H. D., Write us for quotations, and you will be pleased.iSlLVERVWR6 .
They have made no kicks, Apply to
finally computed and come to be found no fault, and made no Bobbins & Graham, BROOKLYN, N. Y.

compared, it will probably be found threats, as far as we have been Attys. for owners, 1340 Bushwick Avenue.
that in proportion to the number able Tltusville, Fla. WATCHES CLOCKS
to ascertain. They, one and ,
,
of men and time of service, the
all, submit like men to the decree
percentage of losses by disease has of the people and we are perfectly
,
been larger in the Spanish war confident they will all stand manfully NOW IS THE TIME Jewelry, Di.SouYeuIrs .
than in the civil war.

The by prefixes their ticket.gold, silver, national, Don't Wait bat Write Now ! Wedding Rings and Present

Comparisons show that the conservative, organized, straight- ,

amount actually paid for army and out, regular, etc., need no longer From this date and until October 1st we are offering very low prices, to reduce FINE WATCH and JEWELRY
navy pensions during the fiscal be placed before democrat to designate our stock before taking Inventory. Let us know what you want In the HARDWARE

year ending June 30, 1898, was the faction to which an individual LINE, TINWARE, STOVES, ORANITEWARE. etc, etc., and we will A SPECIALTY.
give you the best prices you have seen. We have 100 thousand feet six and eight
largely in excess of the amount .belong. It is J. RILES,
now R.
.may Spectacles and paid
Eyeglasses. one
Charges way.
Inch Boards at $10 per 1,000 feet. O. F. PADDISON & CO.,
either the first that to be democrat it is R
paid during or second agreed a Eau Oallle Florida. 223 W. Bay St. JACKSOXVILLK
term of President Grant's administration necessary to drop all qualifying ,

and almost as much prefixes and stand squarely on the

as was paid during the entire four platform as it is, financial plank
years of President Hayes' administration. and all. Being the Nearest Manufacturers of PLANT SYSTEM.If

s .


Internal Revenue decision No. ANGL0-SAX0NISM. Furniture to the... .

100 provides that "checks, drafte, Even years ago, in discussing you are going anywhere, whether it be to the

orders for the payment of money, this question of Anglo-Saxonism,
etc., sight drafts drawn upon or issued its importance was foreseen, and Florida Trade
Northwest
North South East West
by bank, trust ,
any company speaking of it in connection with
or any person or persons, or company the south it was said that this We Solicit Trade of Dealers in all Kinds of Furniture. ,

or corporations, require a homogeneity and intense Americanism

stamp, and if the acceptance of the were shared by New Eng PAYNE & WILLINGHAM, Macon, Ga. or

draft is accompanied by an 'orderto land fifty years ago; but since the
the bank to pay the same and sweeping emigration of New Eng. Manufacturers of all kinds of Furniture. Hty Write for Catalogue. REMEMBER TIIAT TIIE

charge to the account of the landers to the west and the occupation

drawee, his accompanying order of the vacated places by of Railways and

requires, in addition, a 2-cent French Canadians, there is a large WANTED PLANT SYSTEM Lines

stamp, as"an order for the payment and growing admixture 'of alien Steamship
of money. and tinassimilated elements in the

New England population. South Raw Furs Skins Hides Wool WITH GATEWAYS AT
Tub proprietor of the Advocate of the Potomac, on the other hand, Beeswax
,
leaves the conditions remain Port Tampa Sanford Jacksonville,
to-day on a trip through ethnological ,

Georgia and North Carolina, also to substantially what they were at Tallow and Alligator Skins. Tifton
Washington, D. C, and during his the beginning of the century. Ifwe Charleston, Montgomery,

absence the full management of except a few descendants of And will pay the highest Cash Prices for them as follows : AND VARIOUS OTHER P0I>Tr

the office will be in charge of Mr.P. French Protestants in South Carolina Dry Flint Hides 15c. Otter Skins, good. .
G. Walton, who will endeavor and of the French Catholics Dry Salted Hides 13c. Otter Skins, poof. rWlth Its All-the-Year-Round
to give our numerous supporters in Louisiana, all of the white people Green Salted Hides 8Jc, Coon Skins, good
Dry Hint deer skins. . Inc. Coon Skins
the same courteous treatment that of the south are of pure Eng.lish Dry Salted deer skins 15o. Goat skins, poor Is the

has hitherto been tendered them. lineage, or else are the olf. White wool, prime 18c. Sheep skinsAlligator Double Daily Service Koufl
Our columns will continue to be as shoots of that Scotch-Irish stock Black wool, prime 10c. skins, 7-ft.. Best
Borry wool, prime 8c to 12o. 0-ft.. .
newsy as ever, for we have the to which we owe Patrick Henry,
good of the town and county at John C Calhoun, and Andrew Tallow Beeswax 2o to 23c.03o. " "" 4-ft.5-ft... .. And that all Information can.be obtained Promptly by

heart, and we do not propose to allow Jackson., Ginseng root, per lb. $2.00 44 3-ft.. Addressing or Calling onF.

the pink paper to retrograde a It should also be remembered Young live alligators, 15o to 20o each. Reference National bank, Jacksonville M. JOLLY Division Passenger Age"''
,
particle; on the contrary, it will that the English and Scotch-Irish To those who have not shipped to me, I ask for a trial shipment, to get start Astor Block.Jacksonville.
be our desire and aim to so con. emigrants, from whom the south'em ed. I guarantee a just and liberal classification. Hoping to be favored with your 188 West Bay St., **
shipments, I am,yours truly,
duct the Apvocatx that every pro- whites are descended, reached
W. R. NICHOLAS, Jacksonville, Fla. I B. W. WRENN, Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.











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INDfAN RIVKR ADVOCATE* SEPTEMBER 9, 1898.


to assist in caring for the sick at St.
Royal MkM tb food par*. il ke hospital. During her absence
wbolasoase and dallcloKS.
Miss Walte will
attend to the matron's
duties.Cnpt..
n

W. J. Jarvls has been appointed H

general agent of the F. E. C. Uy., with -

headquarters at Key West, which Is a
richly-deserved promotion tor him. II.
S Kealhofer will succeed Captain Jarvls
as general freight agent.






AkiH a spell of erysipelas.agent.Georgiana. Munson is suffering. from n ..Pineapplexo O-? OW <3 3? S._ OS


Our winter guests will soon be coming
back now to their winter homes. We

will gladly welcome them all back again.Mrs. Price $25.OO. By" Before buying the following Materials bo sure and apply tous w !

Absolutely PuroSOVAk with her. Owen is expected home soon GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: for prices, and wo will prove to you wo can save you money.
two
charming daughters. Mr.
Moisture
Owen is counting the days off to 10 STEAMED BONE
one by Ammonia i RAW BONE,
one as they go by. KqiuU to 8nlphat of Ammonia... II to lis
Available I'liosphorio Aciltl an to 25 BLOOD AND BONE ACID
SAKINU MWHI CO. NIW YORK.Miami. hiH A to 6 PHOSPHATE,
Archie Chambers went to his place Kqual to Hone Phosphate of Lime a rH
]i to 13
down the river last week to see to his Potash Kqual to K"2 Sulphate O of Potash ito 6 DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA,

fine them pineapple looking fine."Uncle plantation.. He reports Magnesia, Lime,Soda, eto 5s 0 to to 10 0By SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS,

and Auntie-IIughes" took tea Write for Special Pamphlet.&y TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, 4in

and spent the evening at Mr. and Mrs. Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at low COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.
Wethey's, Tuesday. It was M Ins Lucille's prices. very 0PI
S. L. rattereon lias gone to Ashevllle, tenth birthday and the little lady enter
C, to take a much-needed rest. tained her guests right royally.

Bishop Wra. Crane Gray held services That wildcat Is still at large. He got Please Correspond with iih before being induced to buy from Denier**. Send for

Miami on Sunday last at Trinity Ray Wethey's pet duck one night last hi Pamphlet.
lurch. week. A few nights ago he carried off

Among recent guests at Hotel Biscayne one of Mr. White's steel-traps. It is LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER &
hoped it will PHOSPHATE
have CO.
ere Dr. V. Gomea and II. Dumois, ofuw something new to at
York.We tend to now for a while.J. ,

understand that Mrs. T. X. Gauer Tcic3ssox3.T7-illo ZF'loxica.su'

ot this place, had a severe spell ofeasles . CRAkB keeps Ant-class Saloon. Wines, ,
at Crescent City recently.A been, whiskies, brandy anil rum, Imported
and domestic cigars, tobacco
anil
cigarettes. faj
E. Klngsley recently sold his handime Price of liquor* from S2.no to 18 no per gallon. Eau Gallie. for the government throe at Spring

turnout to the managers of the orders.Prompt Terms attention Casb.to Cocoa telegraph, Fla.J. and mail field and one at Panama Park. They WHEN IN NEED OF

leal Dry Goods Co's. establishment. I>. CltABB, Agt. are working n heavy force of men, asthoy ,
Warm weather and mosquitoes are are to be finished in a short time
1 Hotel Miami is now under the able still with us. for the many sick soldiers that are now

lanageraent of A. C. Thompson, who Miss Maud Sml- Is the lying In canvas tents. The sickness
krived here last week from Peoria 111.JMrn. Agt.Courtenay. happy possessor Lumber Hardware
of a juvenile wheel. among tlio troops Is daily increasing, and Paints
Gertrude Pickford has gone to and from four to seven deaths are le- ,
loston Mass. Miss Bessie Houston has been very 111 ported eacli day, malaria and ,
to reside, much to the H. Sanders paid the typhoid
egret of her numerous friends in this a visit last week. county seat the past week, but is now improving. fever being the general complaint.Melbourne. i

jsctlon.A Born, Wednesday morning, to Mrs. Or
Some of our bachelors think there isno Eugene Brainard, a fine baby girl. Both anything in the line of Building Material
lieutenant of the volunteers lately place like Titusville.S. .
doing nicely.
acamped here, having been
as returned to discharged, B. Symmes is expected home next or House Furnishing goods Tinning
engage in trucking onliscayne The Euchre Club were entertained by QOOnft A OOODK. Real Estate anil Loans. or
Bay.Capt. Monday, after a month's visit to rela Mr. and Mrs. J. II. D. Smith at their Airent for .Yttna, Lonilon anil Liverpool anil
tives In Massachusetts.T. Cllohe, anil Imnerlal Klre Insurance.
l.ist
A. R. Simmons' large guava jelly meeting.Mrs. attention paid to the interests ot non-resi Bpeelal Plumbing, do not fail to. write
ictory at Cocoanut Grove Is turning out P. Harper is putting out a fine line Chas. Smith, of Miami, was bore, dent*.

Is delicious products at a great rate, so of egg-plants and peppers. We wish him Tuesday, visiting relatives, on her way
Heavy is the demand. every success in his undertaking. to Jacksonville. EDWARD
WHEN YOt) OO TO MKLHOURNK call at the STXLXXTC
People coming south for liasaar, Mrs.Chas J. K.Campbell. Co., Mil
Contractor quail-shoot
J. A. McDonald, who has John McAllister is now the owner of linery, Notions, ,
scently returned 'here from a trip to ing should not fall to stop at Courtenay, the Hayes' place at Aspinwall, thus increasing anil woven Underwear Dry nowls,,Ferris'Laities'Renowned reailymaile -

Tew York to see Mr. Flagler, wilj soon as we have quail in abundance here this his pineapple acreage.Rev. Corsets,eto.,embroidery anil colored silks, "THE IlKICK STORE," 1 1A 1v
Bin mence the erection of Beveral more season. Souvenir upturns,Stationery,etc.HOTFL .
L. D. Howard will preach next
rill ottages for the latter at this place. He People who think peanuts and field Sunday, morning and evening, at the OOOOiSL, Zxxca.J.CwTX lllvor, 37 T.sAOsNTOsST -
also have the work on the Presbyeilan peas cannot be raised on Indian River; Baptist church. AH are invited.tlon. HKLI.KVt'K, MELHOURNE. FLA.
church and hospital under way should call and look over.T. P. Harper's Lnvelv view of Iiullnn River. In n sheltered
i the near future. little farm at this place. Minor S. Jones, S. F. Glbbs, J.La situation.rates.Ruierliir accommodations. Moderate

Fits and O. B. Floyd weie prominent W. R. CAMrilELL, Proprietor. SETS I IJBERMUDA
There is a small Insect here that sings among our visitors to town this week.Mrs. .
Will our correspondents please write that old familiar song, "Home, Sweet
antes and places distinctly, so that our Home," and which is doing a hustling D. S. Bryan has gone to Miami
ompositors can set them In type cor* business at this writing.J. to join her husband at Miami, where HOTEL overlooking RIVERBIDK Indian ,tllveri MELHOURNE homelike, aneom FLA.,* AND PEARL.DESoct .
ectly? they will make their future residence. iniHliLCloim and jfooil boaril. Hates SI.IS0 per
G. Bast, manager of the Royal Miss Kate Bryan accompanied her day or an.no to 97.00 per week, aceordlnir to
Buckhounds Hunt Club, spent from mother.Geo. location of room. Hpeeial rates to Klverpeople. .3r --u.gri3.st SOtla..
West Palm Beach. Wednesday of last week until Tuesday CUAB.T. Mi-IIIUliE,
of this week with friends in Titusville.Chas. . W. Scoble, Of Titusville, was hereon Proprietor.Messrs Thlrty-flvo cents per fiiart, postpaid; *l.50 per bushel not prepaid. New crop,
Tuesday, looking for a fish camp and genuine LiiKourcho CREOLE ONION SEEDS; UOcts. por os *X50 pouutl

Mayor and Mrs. M. E. Gruber, also ductor,. T. Harper,of our mail car con packing-house. Mr. Scobie will probably Dawson and Keefer, of Narrows postpaid. Full lino of fresh seeds for fall planting. Send for piIce list.L. .per
spent part and Mon
Sunday have a large fleet of fish boats located

ittle son Charles, returned last week day last in Titusville. L. P. Allen had here shortly. were In town lately, on business.Dr. CAMERON. Seedsman
rom their summer outing in Columbia ,
charge of the mail during his absence.Ankona. Leon Peek Is having a number of 125 East
The schooner Bristol, built and owned Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA,
C.Mr.. and Mrs. N. W. Pitts; of Pitts by the the late Mr. Ingraham, of Bristol, professional calls to Eau Gallio now.

Bland, have gone to Ormond for the balince Conn., lias been purchased by parties Miss Annie Goode Is spending a few
of the summer, to recruit, if posIble who will use her on the Rio Grand river, days in Eau Gallie this week, with
Mr. Pitts' Texas. She has been hauled out onGleason's friends.Capt..
health.
poor ways, and will be lengthened CHESEBRO BROTHERS
Politics in this section are certainly on Geo. Saeger visited Jensen, Tuesday. thirty feet and furnished with gas motive John Houston drove down from *

lie boom, and the various candidates Joe Bryan, of Fort Pierce, was a visitor power. Eau Gallie early last Saturday morning,
re vlelng with one another In their de- on Sunday. after Dr. Peek.
Ire for the respective offices tbey covet, WHOLESALE
"our more candidates have John Hill, of Miami, was a recent Miss May Plerson, of Melbourne Bench,
appeared, caller at Ankona.F. Roseland. Is now at the home of Prof. Hopkins and
nd are as follows : John Sewell, of family. Qommisson JTisii
liami, and W. J. Shone, of Cocoanut Mathlson, of Fort Pierce, visited atE. Dealers,
Irove, for representatives; G. L. Maconald Walker's on Monday. Work lias been stopped on the bridge Mr. Woodhouse, of Texas, arrived here
of Cocoanut Grove, and C. C. here, as the men were needed elsewhere last Saturday, on business. He is a guest
Ialghtof Lake Worth, for tax assessor, Will Pomeroy killed a six-foot rattlesnake on more pressing work.L. of Hotel Riverside.Messrs. No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New York.
lie on his place, Thursday.
latter candidate running as an indeendent C. Moore left the latter part of last Ernest Taylor, of Eau Gallio, SPECIALTIES
: Spanish Mackerel
Sheephead *
Republican. Will Robinson spent Sunday with week for Chicago, Intending to visit and Geo. Phillips, of East Melbourne, Pompano, Bluofish, Red *

The Inspectors appointed by the couny Captain Knowlton at White City: New York and Washington before returning. were guests of Capt. Alex Goode last Snappers, Klngdsh, Trout, Green Turtle, Bedhead and Cnnvas-bnck Duoks. 4

Democratic executive committee for John N. Waller returned on Monday lastSunday. Stencils promptly supplied. References furnished If desired.

onducting the primary in the different night from a short stay at Titusville.Capt. The leatherback turtle deserted the II. Botsford and baby, of Eau

recincts, on Sept. 27. are : Waveland Qulgley,who has been working ponds that dried up during the recent Gallie, were spending a few days in town
V.
G.
Parks, Geo. McPherson, II. E. at his trade at West Palm Beach, has dry weather, and/or some time several the past week, the guests of Mrs. L. C.
typman. Jupiter II. Brooker, M. P. returned home sick. were caught daily on the railroad track, C.Lockwood. FOR SALE Home-Grown
ala, Jos. Smith. Lemon City E. T. on their way to the river.A. .
loffatt, Paul Matthams, P. W. Merritt. Adrian Sample, of Fort Pierce, was a delightful surprise party was given
tocoanut Grove W. D. Albury, J. B. visitor at "Yellow Villa," Sunday, the by the young people last Tuesday evening PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS
icales, J. T. Peacock. Lake Worth guest of Mile. E. Zora. Jacksonville. to Fred Fee, at the home of his *

lobo Dean, S. II. Happersett, L. D. IliHiouso. father, Mayor F. II. Fee.Geo. Of the following Varieties :
Frank Chaffee Is
enjoying a few

"VNeal. Lauderdale Frank! Stranahan.J. N. Brantley Miami, D.C. studies weeks vacation at the Atlanta before Dental entering College.L. upon .his Lots of sickness In town now, and the regiment. M., who Phillips has,been Co.very G, 1st III, Is Florida now Abbaka, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, Ripley Queen, Smooli
Ragan R. hot weather Is almost
M. Smith unbearable.
D. Cosgrove.J convalescent, and hopes before long tobe
Cayenne Pernambaco
8. Eldred has'finished putting out There Is talk of mustering out several able to join his regiment In Alabama. and Red Spanish.

Send several acres of pine slips on the John regiments soon, but so far none have Apply to G. C. MATTHAMS. Florida Pineapple Co.
J [ the ,
Advocate an order for any Eldred place, which he is Improving in Some of our Melbourneltes who are
been mustered out. West Pa! Boaob Fhk.BTIT" .
b in
> ,
printing need. In
you ] connection with his own. now visiting Chicago, are wishing
1 We are having awful hot weather, accompanied tbey were home to enjoy our cool ocean
with rain, and very little breezes, as it has been hot in Chicago
St. Augustine.Mr. wind to cool off the heat.A lately.Rev.. If you need any Job printing, we ..I BUT OR SELL.
Fort Pierce. ..
shall be pleased to get a share of it.Kff" .
regiment of colored troops, from Jesse Hadley has rented Dr. II.D. .
and Mrs. Robert Kettle will reside Alabama, will be here in a few days, and Brown's fine residence, on New Confederate Money Bonds &
their cottage at South Beach during Swearlngen left for Jupiter, on will go in camp at Springfield. Haven avenue for another year. This If you receive a sample copy of ,
Ills month. Monday. shows how well the Hadley family like the Advocate, It Is an Intimation that POSTAGE STAMPS.
The heavy travel to the metropolis likeMelbourne. It would give us pleasuro to add your
County Clerk D. L. Dunham is taking Dan McCarty, of Ankona, was In town continues, and all the hotels and boarding name to ourj fast-increasing list of sub Largest stock In the world. Add

well-earned vacation in the North'estern this week.Mn houses are doing a good business.Mr. Harry Winters, also his mother scribers. It does not oost you three CHAS. D. BARKER, Atlanta, Ga.

states. ,. Metts and have the and biother, Walter Winters, are again cents per week (postage included) when
son gone to Sanford McDuff. contractor of the F.C. to the in
coming spend winter Melbourne
The Cathedral organ has been put inood on a short visit.Capt. fc P. freight depot, is pushing the mticli to the delight of their taken by the year, and It can be sent to
order and is forth its ahead aod will you In any part of the United States or Am
now pealing work soon turn It over COTTON
fi lends along the East
lelodious strains as of yore. A. J. Lewis returnee! from Jacksonville to the company. many Coast.Mrs. Canada without extra expense.Oiinrautce .

and Titusville, Sunday.Mrs. C. D. Maclean writes to friends
The party who have been staying for W. Bass left, Sunday, for Hobe Everything is somewhat quieter here here that she will again spend another
nu days at the lighthouse station re- Sound, to spend a few weeks. now, as the soldiers have about soent winter in Melbourne. This Is good news lil per cent Interest. LINEN NETTING.
r>rt excellent fishing and a general good their last pay day's money. They will to the lovers of music, for she has helped ...
I me. The mosquitoes and all their relations soon be paid off again. Melbourne people much In this art. Eleven acres land, fronts on Indian
Several families have are on a visit here at present. and Banana River; small cottage, 2 artesian
already returned The hospital in Springfield Is crowded
Arthur Lincoln, s'ate president C. E. wells 100 nice
trees 14(100
o town from the seaside resorts, and Sheriff J. P. Brown, of Titusville, was all the time with patients, besides lots orange ,
Society at Hotel Riverside
was a guest plants
shipped 200crates
pineapple
Iter this month the gay season at the a pleasant visitor to town this week. of them are In town under treatment of last week. While here Aldin and over
Ernest last
arious season; gnavas, mangoes, Japan persimmons
beaches will be dormant until the .
rinter seta in. Harry Summerlin is now domiciled onon city physicians.A Hadley took him out for a sale to Melbourne and other fruits on place. Price

the beach at the Inlet, on duty as a great many soldiers are being daily Beach, which he enjoyed very $1,500. Address B, Advooatb office.Titusville riSHING TACKLE,
The report that there was sickness at yellow fever officer.Mrs. paroled, and as they pass by they shake much.Capt.. Fla.

be St. Augustine convent was utterly II. S."Campbell arrived, Sunday, bands with their comrades, never expecting Claude Beaujean, of Melbourne Superior quality Linen Gill Netting:
rithout foundation. The health of them made from Knox's Scotch thread.
to see again. .
liose from Miami, on a visit to her parents. Beach, took the following jolly party for
ban at In the Institution was never better She brought the measles with her as apet. W. C.'urby will soon complete the roof a moonlight sail to the beach last Friday ...HENRY A. MEISTER... Samples and estimates cheerfully furnished.

present. work on F. P. Sanders' addition to bis night: Mrs. Kate Truett, Misses ft BUT-CLASS Corks, Leads, Lines, eto.J. .
The sum of about tVI was the result saloon, which will give considerable Sue Hopkins, May Pearson, Mollie Nicholson
The Misses Sarah and Mattle Crews 8. JOHNSON
A CO.
the benefit for bis Carrie and Mattle Brown, Jessie ,
entertainment recently more room business. Barber and. Hair Dresser
Snake Creek last week to
left for keep
}ven by Mrs. J. E. Hernandez, of which Goode; Messrs. John Nicholson, Herbert Manufacturers,
mount $.13 has been Luke's house for their brother, who is in charge The parade_which took place last Conktlng Joseph Conkllng Fred Fee UI South St
sent to St. None but skilled workmen employed. > BALTIMORE, MD.
that
ospital, Jacksonville. of the pomp at place. Wednesday was a grand success and m and F. C. ConkIIDg. 4 4Tbe
Private jom for ladles' hair dressing cMoToBaw
for Jacksonville for
great day never before
The Rev. E. N. Bell, assisted by RenL.
The First National Bank of there and Shampooing. Razors put In order.
St.
Augusne Howard, has been giving us some interesting was so many people here atone for rtfty Casts.Ooarantssd .
la now supplying Its depositors with lectures, at the church time. It Is reported that there will 113 East Bay St. Bath Rooms. tobacco habit ears,make* w afcbmd
Tieck books with the Baptist be another the Palmetto Dm IT Store. Uayto na. strongblood Me,11. All
revenue sump en- last week and this week. The people of parade on 15tb Inst., JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. pure. dniMlats.
raved on the blank checks, which are when the president arrives to review the
"carried
Id for the actual cost of the sumps.Misa this town are quite away" with boys In blue. Drugs, medicines,chemicals,fine toilet
Mr. Bell-he Is such an excellent preach soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and
Smith, the matron In charge- er. Large congregations are in attendance The Lenaitl Contracting Co. has secured fancy toilet articles In great variety.M. ADYOGATE does
neat clean Job
licla hospital, ha* gone to Jacksonville every night. the contracts for four hospitals Hr/sTOjr, propr. Printing.













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INDIAN RIYER ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 9, 1898.m .





SOME CLOSE CALLS. rSft The Tropical Trunk Line.

The Duke of Connaught has been appointed

elder brother of
INSTANCES OF NARROW .ESCAPES an Trinity

House, to suceeed Mr. Gladstone.O'Brien Jacksonville Tampa & Key West
TOLD BY RAILWAY MEN.A Railway
Moore, one'of the noted

Washington correspondents, has been JOSEPH H. DUEKEE, Receiver.
Locomotive's Remarkable Jamp The
commissioned lieutenant colonel of a

Sleeping; Car Passengrer on m Rough West Virginia regiment.Prinoe SOUTH
KORTlfjfc
In Effect June 88, 08.L.r. -
Road Trains That Left tha Track and Mikdad Midbad has started at No. 209. No. 21 No. 37 No.23" NO.32.730am. >. 78. jr

Returned (tunning at Full Speed.Tbere Cairo entitled Kurdistan LocalMixed 10 40 pII 9 12a .,.JACKSONVILLE..tAr > 6 4.1pm
a newspaper 10 pI138p 936 a Orange Park 8 62 a in613am 8 ID p uiB
in do question tbati well authenticated the first one ever printed in the language Tu. Th, Peoria
.... ..
of 0,000,000 Kurds. and Sat 10 02alu Magnolia. SI p inSMpm
cases are en record where I140p
disastrous wrecks of railroad trains Professor Mommsen, though a most 2 48a 12 40 a 11 00a Satsuma.l'alntna.. 6 00am 8 00 p nil

have been averted by almost seeming fluent writer, is said to lectnre in a ... ........ Pomona
dry, uninteresting way, which makes 4 46 aft 11 90a ....Crescent City Junction 364am383am 3 S3 p mi
miracles, James E. White general superintendent Seville
28 152 a 12 0lp 3 30 pm12B8pm
him hard for studont to follow. II so |S
a
...
of tbe railway mail service 638 a 2 25 a 12 Slip DeLeon Glenwood Springs. 246am223am | 1010,J'Sitfi
Governor Sohofield of Wisconsin has
at Washington, relates tbe particulars 15p 2 40aIHl 1 Olp Beresford 2 3ft p m
chosen Mist Maude E. Thompson of 1 ,u Ar I DeLnnd {Lvi 2 10 p m25ftpm
of remarkable of 28 feet made .,
a jump *i Lv) jAr
07 |
8 a
Princeton in that state to christen the '
by a locomotive. As Mr. Wliito tells 438 p -1 lip ......Orange City Juno..,, 2 lVa ra140am 2 24 pm14Hpm *
battleship Wisconsin. The vessel is t2 4 p Enterprise 12P,
tbe story, it was on tbo 1st of September nearly completed. 4 ftCp Ar .....TITUSVILLE Lv 410 30 am
New York and Chicago 3 4 Mt. Dora..
18l>2, wben a |>
Mayor Phelan of San Francisco is to 4 (xip Tavnres..
mail train tbe New Vork Central
on 1 Banford Lv 1 50 ml
300 a 330 4ftp Ar p
wbicb whs behind time and running build at his own expense a library and 4 'W a 3 onp ,,. ,...Orlando 12 01 p m 12 10 pm n|

at 'a high rate of spued, recreation building at the city alms 5 10 a 4 AGp ..Lakeland 9 IS pro 10 2SpmlB8Sam
very
6 37 a 8 2ip Bartow 6 Iftpm82ft |
house. The with the
structure books.
reached New Hamburg, where a 28 foot 10 10 a 11 lOp Ar..v..Punta Gordo..Lv pm tlO 10 pin

draw of a bridge was open, wbicb open Will cost about $10,000.Mr. | 760 3Mp 6 05p Tampa. Tampa Hay Hotel 7 37pm 9 Oft a ml
a
space it la claimed the engine cleured Justus Strawbridge ia to present 830 aTu. 6 4flp Ar...... Port Tampa..Lv 7 Oil p m 83ftamiMon.

and landed safely on the main portion to the city of Philadelphia a bronze SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES I ., Thur& SatSun.Wed&Frl.. 2 9 flop Op Ar La Port Key Tampa West Ar Lv 230pm800pm Sun..Wod Thnr Jt Frl.Rut

of the bridge, tbe rest of the train going statue of Benjamin Franklin by Sculptor ArHavana Lv

down through the opening. While John Boyle. It ia to be set up in Finest Cuisine and Service, No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.

the engine, it is Baid, made the leap of front of the postoffice and will cost The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers t"Comanche" Dally, t Daily except Sunday. tMon.Wed. and Frl.

28 feet in safety, tbe engineer and firemen $10,000. ''Cherokee "Seminole." Train leaving Jacksonville 0:12 a. m.arrives Gainesville 1:0B p. m Ocala 2:00 p in., L vN
"Algonquin, 3,40 p. m., Brooksvllle ft:BSj>. m. dally.
not having time to jump, were Frederick O. Sayles, the first mayor Trains*1 anil 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and T um

both killed. Job a II. Cain, a postal of Pawtucket, H. I., has offered to presont -' North-Bound. and local sleeper between Jacksonville anil Tampa, open for accommodation of ptuueiieen*
Union Station Jacksonville, at 0 m.
clerk, was killed, and M. E. Towney, to the city a free library in memory Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tiile. ,". ,.,. p.INDIAN RIVER SERVICE.

olerk in charge, was seriously injured, of his wife, Deborah Cook Sayles, and FroE C aM S. C '* "'." ""I"' Moray VereX.-a : .: Indian River Steamers leave Tltuslvlle ft::1S p. m., Mondays and Wednesclnvs for St Lucie Him

tbe other postal clerks esoupiug unhurt has'purchased a $22,600 site for the For hour of sailing so 'Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers. and Intermediate landings; returning, arrive Tltusvilla Wednesdays and Saturdu\s* ,conuectiu

While none of the local railroad men 1 with northbound trains.
building. South-Bound.
W. B. COFFIN, G. D. ACKERLY,
knows of any locomotives that are as Samuel Stout of Newcomb, Ills., Steamers are a to.all from Fler at. East River, New Turk, at 3 p. m.. M roiiows:, General Superintendent. General Passenger Ami
and Fridays.Mondays.
White's that do the . Mondays, Wednesdays
good as or -
jumpers ForCHAlU.ESTO.-i.r. v- .
who bus just bean granted a patent for For JACKSONVILLE,FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde
of them
bounding jockey act, some
is the oldest
a farm gate, said to be
know of miraculous and hairbreadth escapes. New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)
to whom a patent right has ever
Carlton Purls of the old Ohio and Eerson is (Calling at Charleston, S. C, both ways)
Mr. Stout over 80 Florida East Coast
'STEAMERS"From Ry.
Mississippi for many years and more
years of age. sail as follows t
to
are appointed
recently with the B. and O. S. W, tells From Lewis' Wharf, Boston,
that he and Ed Swift a number of years Count Tolstoi and his family live like foot THURSDAYS.of Hogan Street,Jacksonville, FRIDAYS.Clyde's TIME TABLE NO. IS, IN EFFECT MAY 10, 1S08.

peasants, the count always dressing ina
Ago were riding on a train over the
Ohio and Liig Sandy road when an aocident coarse blouse and dark trousers., His SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Rnd Up).
Line.DK
mail ifl that the St. Johns Hiver
so enormous government '
was narrowly averted. Gut let iNo? ""
.Furls tell tbe story: censor has given up trying to read ?w&$ STATIONS.
1IAKY LINE)
"The road was about the roughest attbat his correspondence before passing it. ( on the St.John's River. T5S CvTAr. .. ., .... Jacksonville .... .. Ar.Lv
Sanford Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate landings > 10&Sa
time I had ever ridden over, Tbere John A. Franklin, a veteran of the Jacksonville,Falatka, 10 80a ., .St. Augustine.. .... S8f>p (lit
Sldewheel Steamer Lv. .. .. .. St. Aneustlne.M... .
The 10 8fii .ArLv
elegant 6 )J)
were only a few passengers on tbe train..Swift civil war, in which he was a soldier in "IIAKUY O. DAY." 11 10a Hastings. .. 5lp! uit

. and 1 were in .the forward coach Company II, Third Missouri cavalry, ITS* r PalatVa., TTv.Ar TWp "ns6i5p
CAPT. W. A. SHAW.Is 10 46anraP Lt J l>tl'Al 5
>
talking to the conductor when the solitary who is now drawing a pension of $10 a rTM B"ip
..S t 0..... 5
<**e*> > 3up
sleeping car pussenger came staggering month, ia going to give one-tenth of it appointed to sail as follows I 7 20aTTSDi T ..8n Msst J...... X'Ar Slip lUll
Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5:00 pin ArXr
each month for the aid of destitute Jacksonville id"inSp
in and said t 'Mr. Conductor, Leaves Mondays and Thursdays at 6.00 a m 10l> ..Ornioniiase
Leaves Sanford p tsM ! ) 3Mp
road la so rough I can't Bleep inmy families of volunteers.Mr. 1 i D won >
your Up122p *> > y J5tllp-u
berth. 1 have been pitched out ofuiy McKlnnon Wood, chairman' oftbe SOUTH BOUND. SCHEDULE. NORTH' Read BOUND.r )>sees*<*Newr* OrMB *
up. IMp a SmyrnaV. i Ap
berth twice in the last quarter ofan London county counoil, is the head Read down. A Arrive 2.00 a. m. 2 24p802p eeeeeseesse* .. Oak Hill. l lp
v
hour. There must be something tbe of a large firm of provision merchants.He Leave 3.30 p. m8.4A ......Jacksonville.Falatka...... Leave ,8.00 p. m. a* *i UfV111 lrOin# ieiiiiteiiiii 104pUSOp
p. m '2.50 m. BBAp eessee \7 * *a
matter took a degree with honors after a ...'.. .. Astor p. 8 OOfOe
8.00 a. in. 1.00 m. 43p eeseeest> >e t Up!
"Tbe oondnctor picked up bis lantern distinguished career at University college 4.30 a.. m.a. ......St.Beresford Francis...... 12.00 p.a. m. 4 8 47p *>.ees KOClC Eetttl OsnlllO] 18p 11 Urn
m. 11.00 m. SSI** > *
and said, 'Come on, and I'll go back London, and was engaged in literary Blue Springs.. a. 4 seeMWlDt m UK
6 00 a. ra. 9 00 a. 111. 2Hp * .s) *
with you and see what's wrong.' Swift work before settling down to business. Arrive 8.30 a. m. Sanford.... 9.30 a. m.GenM Slip **DsMtlesn **) 10 SUs
...... 6 .
.Enterprise. St I vioio
9 5Ta
9 US a. ni. Olp620p it* *
and 1 sat where we were talking, and'very WOTl if
9
eae *4 I'M * 5-
soon we saw that tbe belloord Office 204 W.Bay St., Jacksonville.Jxo. 49p > ) *) JEflftQ see * *** 919l
Young Lord Bevelstoke, who has been Passenger and Ticket 6 dtp u J nrftn ., ,
i s aeee e * :
was being very violently pulled and the elected a director of the Bank of England 7 05p * HttXaVrV IMIlMI 55.1
engineer waa whistling for brakes. Tbe ,Jr. Fla.Pass.'Agt.it 7 88p Hob* Hound ... 4s,. 8 21s|
ia a wide awake man of 86, an .L.Howard, Superintendent F. M. Ironmonger 7 52p W Bt Jnpltvr 8 or.
train finally came to a standstill, and athlete and a person of considerable Foot Hogan St. 204_WestBay St. 180p900p ssweeeeseaeeeesi,. w-m. Ps-lm B soli 7 3u6su

Swift and 1 kept our seata and kept ontalking. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.W. a,**. ..4 s..Linton.essesee .
achievement. He succeeded to' the
peerage 4 Fort Lsswitdiiraaic... lta
A. TIIKO. EOEB,.T. M., p I
As, after live minutes or more, on the death of his father last year.He H. WARBURTON, T. P. 10 22p Umon Otty situ

there were no signs of tbe train going is also head of ,the banking firm ofBaring. S BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.WM. 10 80p .Miami. Lt 6 90.

ahead, we concluded to go back and see P. CLYI>K A CO., General Agents, BETWEEN NEW SMYRNA AND OKANUE CITY JUNCTION.lSlua .

what was the cause of the delay fl Bowline;Green.New Yoi. 1 Bo. Uelaware Ave.. Philadelphia. T STATIONS.Ar. .
It is said that when Mr. Gladstone
"The conductor and trainmen were tvr Jew Hmfrna.. Ar Tiip S 35sID6S
was worshiping in a Scottish church OVp 11 LakeHelen Lvl2 >p
frroupod about tbe sleeper with their
some yeara ago the minister said in the MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. 20p 12 02p .Orange City ' 12 Mp
lanterns, and we soon found out that at 12 10p Orange City Junction.. lli Mpwmm 11
of the long "We
course
the sleeper had left the track and had prayer, pray All trains between New Smyrna and Orange City Janotlon Dally menpt Sunday
thee Lord to bless the prime minister
,
been running over the ties for how far York
Florida New ,
of this great nation, who is now worshiping KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
we never knew The night was pitch Philadelphia and Boston.
under this roof in the third
pew
dark and it was rnining.very bard. It from the From Brunswick, (via Port Royal, 8. C.,)to New York.. The steamahl*City ef Key West of the Florida East Coast Steamship Company ltins
took the men at loilafr throe hours to get pulpit"FRILLS Miami for Key west on Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday, after arrival of train frora Jscreoavtlle
.
PASSENGER SERVICE.To making eonnootlons at Key West with steamer* for Havana. Leave Key W..I I 9p.
the sleeper on tbe rails again. The OF FASHION. make connections with steamers leave Jacksonville'on m. (standard time) on Tuesdays, Thursdays aad Ualardavs, arrlvlag Miami B.il maralil
wheels were very near the end of the Thursday at 11:00 p. m.,via Fernandlna,close connection with la time te eeaaeot with north bound train.

ties, and bad tbe train gone 100 yards Mauve and red form one of the fashionable Cumberland Supper will be Route served steamers Immediately at Fernandlna on leaving for Fernandlna.PaiwenKers Brunswick.. These Time Tables shew the times at which trains and boats may he expwsted to arrlv.tildrp.rt
farther tbe sleeper would have been off go at once on board Mallory steamer on arrival, atBrunswick. from the several stations aad porta, bat their arrival er departure at th* tlm*
combinations of color. state!la not guaranteed, aor does the Company hold Itself responsible for any d.lay or ureufMuean
tbe ties and embankment.
over a high ** arising therefrom.
Frank Martin of the Missouri, Kansas Pretty neckties to wear with pique For eepy of local time eareoall at SM West Bay Street, Jaokeoavllle, er addre*.

and Texas said t gowns are made of white glace silk PROPOSED SAILINGS 9. r.BSCKWrrX, Traffle Mssager. J. IX BAHNER, A. a. F. A.

"I remember of a disastrous wreck trimmed with plaid or spotted silk. Lv.New York,Pier 21 K. R.,3:00p. m., (Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick. _i ** Asgnsttne. -

being almost miraculously averted on Knife plaited frills' of net, silk and Friday, Aug.26. STATE OF TEXAS.... Friday,Sept. a

the Memphis and Little Rock road mousseline de sole are very lavishly Friday,Sept. <... ...CITY OF SAN ANTONIO.... Friday,

along about 1883. A passenger train used for trimming summer gowns and Friday, 9.., STATE OF TEXAS.... .-Friday,
ANTONIO .Friday,
Friday, ' 16., ,t..CITY OF SAN
was traveling at a high rate of speed hats as well.A Frtilay, 23., STATE OF TEXAS .....Friday, %

when the engine threw a piece of rail becoming feature of fashion Is the Friday, 30., ,CITY OF SAN ANTONIO... Friday, Oct. i .jStL Southern

about three feet long out of the track. belt like tbe material of the gown, orof For general information,steamers, trains A. PMURPHY,rates, etc.,apply Agent,220 to any W.Bay railroad St.Jacksonville agent or to *.

This piece of rail *was thrown at least chiffon of the same color rather than .
"II. H.RVYMOND,General Southern Agent, Brunswick,0
20 feet from tbe track. Strunge aa itS6ems of ribbon in contrast.* C.H.MALLORY,General Agent,Pier 20, B.River, and 302 Broadway, N.Y. Railway

the tender, baggage car, coaches The hat which turns back from the ;

and sleepers went over this pluce where face ia a close rival to the other extreme

the rail waa ont and gained the rail which tilts down over the eyes and is Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad.
without of
again one tbe cars leaviug
faces.
charmingly becoming to many

the track except when the wheels went Cherries mixed with their own blossoms Now Florida and Northern Air .Line and Florida Trunk Line. M03T EZOELLENT SEKVI0E OFFERED OUT OF FL0BIDA.
down on to tbe ties at one end of the

broken rail, only to mount the rail decorate red straw hats, and to Time Table In Effect July O, 1808.It .

again at the other end of the track. perfect tbe scheme of color a scarf of NORTH EAST; WEST.

red silk spotted with white is effective
About all the inoonvenieuce the
passengers NORTHERN POINTS.Lv. S3 sfl Si
experienced waa n slight shaking. Bangles of oxidized silver, ornamented *g;

." with some appropriate quotation THROUGH PTJI.I.MAir SSAWINO ROOM CARS, DININO CARS,
8 miu a nop ..Jacksonville..ALv 9 1.1a 0 2Bp 9 40a
Assistant General Passenger Agent from Shakespeare in old English letters 4ipS2II imp 8 42a 7 8<>p Yulee.. .....ArAr. 8 40a 8 40pT0 8 Mia THOROTJOHFARK COACHES, VESTIBTJLED TRAINS."VVASHINOTON .

of the novelties iu jewelry. |> 0 30a oinpooop ,..Feriuuulfna.LvAr. T65aT06a p INll30a
said are one
Ryan I ( T4ftpt 9 25alaoip .... Everett ......ArAr. 6 4Ap
"I remember two Instances when the Very pretty waists classed with shirt >4 p ... Brunswick. .,LvAr. S40p AND SOUTHWESTERN L1H1TED."
iiasp113ftp ....Savannah..LvLv. 2'riaB 4 47p
lives of engineers and firemen were waista are made of linen batiste with eonp 12 fl |> . Savannah .. ..ArAr. 0 lila 0 30aB3i 4 4llp Threnih Yestlhulsd Drawing-Room Sleeplnf Cars between Tampa and New Ten
saved by a seeming intervention ofProvidence. bands of lace insertion between groups 0!Mp 1A P2M'p :/: isnu Fairfax, 8. C.Lr 3 11a >a 2 2lp134p la Jacksonville,savannah and Columbia, without ehaaia."UNITED .

A number of years ago anew of tucks down the front and back where 10 4Ap 9 np 2 6 4ila Mia "" ...Denmark.AugustaGa, SC. ' 2 24ai'247a 4 00a ft 20a1165a "

trestle was being put in, and false the waist fastens. Tbe collar is simply 4 tlfip 4 24a Columbia, 8. C. STATES FAST MAIL.

works bad been erected to permit of the a transparent band of luce with cords 112.1aHop " Spartanhiire A.heville, N., BC C. '' 2 6 0lip 0Ap Pullman Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and Nsw Turk.Embraclnjr .

temporary passage of trains. The workmen long enough to tie in a bow. Slip9.1Rp >0 1fVu Charlotte, N.C. 10 20p 9 21a
had failed to put in some 10 47a ' Salisbury, N. C. ' 8 2fip 8 17a Lynchburjc, Charlottesville,
necessary
Earrings are threatened again, and 11)4.llu > 12 lop "Greensboro. N. C 7 2llp 7onaBona Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia.Pnllmaa .
bolts. The first train that oame along the special design which may prove irresistible nip lanp Danville, Va. 6 07p
a freight. Aa tbe 6+iaIMa 0 2ftp Richmond,Va. 12 0lnSMp) 2 00a
was soon as engine and
is called "ear florets. Cars to Maoon. Atlanta. Chattanooga
They 3 4llpB30p Lynchburg, Va. * 3 40aIBRa Drawing-Room Sleeping
struck the false work it gave way, and are little flower scrolls set with diamonds 3 3.VI ' Charlottesville, amp Cincinnati,with alose eoaneaiioa for Louisville and the Northwest.
down went the engine. The fall was 6 42agmia 9 2tpU2ftp! Washlnicton 11 10a 10 4.1a
shaped to accentuate the curves Baltimore 9 42aT20 9 2ipasnp Also Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
one of 60 feet, and in falling tbe engine of the lobe of the ear and fastened in 10 MaU 2fi made a complete revolution and alighted which is not visible. ,lp> 6 23a New York 12 lta 4 sop Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville. Through
some mysterious way 8 30p 3 00p ". Boston 6 00p 0Oa
on the ground lta wheels right
upon New York Sun. "
OP THE SKY.
aide up, and tbe engineer and fireman 800alOIHa 6 Slip Lv .Jacksonville ArAr. 9 2.1p| 40S30a >
onp .... Everett..... Lv T.lna
both escaped injury, although they ITEMS OF INTEREST. T p 4 1.1a .... Atlanta.... 5 20allMplQOOp
wore probably badly jarred by 8 40a ' ..Chattanooga.. ' 7 3 lp apP'T"'
pretty 4 1.1a Far detailed Information a* te rates, sehednles. sleeping ear reservations, eto.
...Cincinnati... ...I 8 3ilaN
the falL ef hoaxnsaa Jsailwat Its _
The whistling buoy can be heard any agsat tha er soanectlena. ,

"The other I know of ia tbat of
case about 16 miles. s. 38 and 34 make connection for Brunswick, arriving Brunswick 4:.T0 p. m. and 8:40 p. mrespectively.

train running at a good speed when Argentina owes its names to the ail- For New Orleans,train leaves Jacksonville 9:45: a. m., with through sleepers, arriving L. A. SmFKAS VlorltU Pass. Agl. 913 Wsit Bay Strsss, Jacksonville. FlaJ.1L0XTLP. >
line. Arrives Jacksonville from New Or- ,
the engine into rook tbat new Orleans 7:40 a. m. Only through sleeper
ran a large
reflections of its rivers.A HABDWICX,
very lean*eB2: p.m. r7.A.TlIEr, 8. H.
had fallen the track the
at
on just
SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.JTos. *'
Welshman has accomplished the en. Pass. Agt., Aast. en. fass 9k
mouth of a tunneL Tbe impact caused feat of walking 4,000 quarter miles in .3ft and SB Fast Mall, Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville. and.the CInclnnatl IsCUnctenVO.a Washing ten. D. 01 AtlsaM'
the tender to bend up from the rear end Sleeper via Anheville.So .
4,000 successive periods of 9> minutes *. 37 and 38 carry thromrh sleepers' between Jacksonville and New York in connection with Hay i. iSa,
and form a protecting hood over the engineer each at Leeds world's record. Twenty 8 and 13 and T and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.Jfo. .
and' fireman in the locomotive a .3d carries sleeper from Jacksonville to Atlanta and Chattanooga. This is brought to
thousand persona looked on at the Jacksonville by No.33.
cab, and they were uninjured. Had tbia finish. Ho had previously walked the All baggage will be checked from Union Depot, Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket
not occurred, they would either have office,202 Hngan Street,aa well aa at the Union depot ticket office.R. .
been had their Uvea distance in intervals of 9> minutes.A .W, CAMPBELL, Passenger Agent. J. K. MARSHALL. Ticket Agent, 202 W Bay St., cor.Hogan. .
badly injure or GOLEMAN Gen'l Ar nt Jackuonvllle.G. .
Jacksonville. WALTER Traveling ,
crushed out." local genius in a Maine town has M. HOLDKN,T. P.A.,St.Augustine, Fla. A. O. MacOONELL, Gen. Pass. Agent.
put the following sign on his barn:

Medical science has made little "Job printing, signs lettered, hammocks _.Vo testlsoP 'ksabecribere.
progress Remember that the Indian River If yon are eat a subscriber yaa shoald be anvway. Only P* le'loZi at'udevot
in Turkey. Missionaries have frequently repaired, hammocks manufactured Jf"We would esteem tbe favor If our l esclasivelv to tbe Interest ef the (rait rrower. OfflcUl orgae of the A"5icpic si*
found people ill from smallpox ornamental painting, harnesses Advocate does all kind* of job printing .leaders, when writing or calling upon Orow.r.' Union. Send $1.00 for a year's subscription aad the article for the 1 t""" ai OTef
at short notice. Send them aa order tb. eecrassfal aathor* will be pnbll.hed In the Christmas la.se. Every U"
neglected in order that the Divine will polished, furniture painted, wagons and be eonvinced that It la the place to our advertisers to purchase merchandise, American Fralt Growere'Jearnal worth a year's GOLD.IHK"'il
should have Its painted, carpets dusted, banjo tuition." eto., would mention the Advocate. sabaertptloa to yoo. Address AMCSICsN FtUIT $50,00 IN .
own way. bars Job printing done. C0WE8V JOURNAL. Urn Stste SelMlag, CnlCAOO, IU_















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INDIAN RIVBR APVOCAT SEPTEMBER 9, 1898.



HOTELS SUMMER RESORTS.STAUGUSTINE. FERTILE PORTO RICO HOMESEEKERS SOCIETIES. KTC.

=_ INDIAN RIVER GUARDS.
%
THE ISLAND IS AS BEAUTIFUL AS ITIS Drill tt the Armory, over county jail,every
Tuesday evening; In the month,at 8 o'clock.V. .
It.
.
PRODUCTIVE.It It. SrKWAltr, Captain. .
Who are Seeking a Home in the

The only hotel on the bay. Summer Has ThlrtMa Hnndnil Streaaaa, a 1 P. B. C. K.

PAN VIEW HOTEL, rates table.for One permanent of the best guests.places on Excellent the At Wealth of Vet-station. Highly Cultivable South should send to the undersigned Meets tlie tTesli every)terlan Bundav church.lXDKl'KNDKNT evening-. 6.30 n'olockat

lantic Coast to. spend your summers. ojl and Vast Deposits or Mlaerals w

ST, AUGUSTIXE, FLA. Good Ashing, sailing, and surf-bathing. Reptiles, bat Many Inaweta.Mr. ORDfc.ll tlOOD TI.M1LAR9.Iltimville .
For rates, address K. C. HAYDKX, Mgr.OIlMON for a of the
Frederick A. Ober, late commissioner copy Lodge No. IT meets every Tuesday
evening1JO In IYchIinterlan chnnli. liiblionieetimes
in Porto Rico of the Columbian first Tuesday in each month.C. V

contributes to- The Century A. UARDNKR. O. W. HCOIIIE,
exposition,
Florida East Coast Homeseeker.We Bt-o't. t.T.
an article on "The Island of Porto .


[OTEL GOQUINA ORMOND-BY-TIIE-SEA FLORIDA. Rico."the Mr.extreme Ober naystIn northeast rises the CHUJtCHKS.KFMCOPAI. .

highest peak of the central oordillerain
known "ElYonqne have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and foi CHURCH.fttrvloes .
sierra as
Open for Summer Season of 1808.- Fine surf-bathing, fishing, riding, drlv the Luquillo" "The Anvil, ," variously Winter and Summer Homes Climate the healthiest in tl> United States. anil anil 4th Sundays In each
Ing and wheeling. Sea Food a Specialty.nm or month,at II a m.ami 7.. )p. in. Hundav school
Mks. M. VANCE, Proprietress.ates estimated at from 8,600 to 4,600 feet inheight. Apply to vary Hundav at It .mi a. in Rvenlnu |>ra\er' at
pef day; $8 to $10 per week.SUWANNEE The hills are of lesser elevation Sp.frlday in.at on 10 Wednondays.. in. Litany sarvlov averv
toward the west and southwest, but JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner, Archdcncnn 11. F. IlnowN, Iteotor.l'RKSRYTKRIAX .
the whole north central country is nigged
and Between the FLORIDA EAST COAST IVY,
uneven. spurs CHURCH.Rorvlrv .
SPIUNGS FLA.pannee
.
,
from the main range lie innumerable ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.MANIER *every Huldiath at II a. ni.und 7.. 1i>.m.
secluded valleys, where the soil ta of Sunday si hnol at II 4A a, in t him. (iantner,
THE SOUTII'S FAMOUS HEALTH The impressive features 8upt rra\rr inwtlnif on Wndnpsdiiv aiming
Springs Fla. great fertility. at 7.in I lie iiuhllu lire cordially lnviU'd to attend
RESOUT. Open all the year. of the landscape are the rounded summits our services.Rev. .
of the multitudinous hills, which PAULHK1LIOMAN, llistnr.HA1TI8T .
Cure Brlght's disease, all kidney, bladder and liver trouble, rheumatism and leave tho coast in constantly rising billows
tepepsla. Excursion tickets for sale from all points over the Plant System and that finally break against the oordillera < HURC II.TrenailInirovnrv .
JO. A P. R'y. For illustrated pamphlets, with testimonials, address cultivable m-coiiiI and fourth Pundnys,
Board Ten Dollars per week. ANDREW IIANLEY vertebra; yet all are niornliiir anil ivcnlnK IYsmt Mm-tniics every
Gen'l and cultivated to their very crests, & LANE MUSIC CO.Condver \\ciiIii(>hJiiv ev nliiK at 7 (HI oYloi k. Sunday
Manager, Suwannee Springs, Fla.TVIIITE though the higher mountain peaks are S
forest clad. Invltsit to attend. '1
MOUNTAINS, N. II.ew More than 1,800 streams, it is said, K. N. Hki.l, rnstor.MKTiioDisr .
of which number perhaps 40 or 50 attain ftK

to the dignity of rivers, rise in the ciimicii.Reiriilar .

Mount House hills and seek the coasts, most of them services evorv first, third and fourth
pleasant Riindit at 11 a. in. and 7 ">
Fischer Franklin ) < p. in. Holiday
miTE mmm H. H.ES running northerly, though the best harbors Kingsbury rtihool every Hundav at 10 INI a. in. Kpwortt
are in the west and south. But l earn Hundav at il .10 p. in. I'rayur meetInirevury -
?.OB ITS FPURT" SEASON,July 2nd, 1808 The ease with which it In reached from Thursdav nlilhtat T 00 o'clock. The
J*" pure "' P,,reJl, S?<, Kreat elevation,make it peculiarly durable as a summer notwithstanding the great river flow Ladle*' Aid Hnulntv mints e\cry Wednesday
ort. The famous drive*of the White Mountains are all tributary to Mount The hc.r- portions of the island in the southwest at a no p in. tverj body uvluumo at our church
are carefully selected New England stock,and most of the vehicle* were miX expressly for PIANOSCHICAGO services.
Mount rieaaant House, all of them powesslnff the requisites of perfect comfort and safety are afflicted with drought at times,
Rev, A. I).
l'KNNEY .
I'astor.CATHOI1C
b tennis courts and bpwlinc alleys are constructed upon the most approved methods. There Isne owing to the precipitation of the northeast
golf course,a baseball diamond, an archery range and oroq fc ground.ANDKRSON "trades" against the northern hills.
i.
& PRICE,managers(of Hotel Ormond,Fla.) The higher hills are clothed in the COTTAGE ORGANS..... CHUIMH.flnrvlcns .
at 111 a. in. every Hundav, In new
exuberant and diversified vegetation of Church nulldiiiK, North Tltusvlllo. Children's
the tropical forest, where tree ferns oatuclilsm at 8 p.
Lowest Prices Terms. in.Rsv...1. F. O'Hovlb.Rector.MUNICIPAL. .
HOTELS flourish, and great gum trees and mountain ; Easy
All-the-year-round. palms tower aloft At lower levels

are the cedar and mahogany, walnut Write for Catalogues.MANIER. .11

and laurel, with many others noted for TOWN COUNCIL.M. .

JACKSONVILLE.btel their useful woods. Throughout the A LANK MUSIC COMPANY, .Innna, ,
W. act. limMir) R. 8 Smith, marshal!
island are found those trees and shrubs D. II rrltclmnl, tax collector| 8. < ,VanlandlnKham. -
Valuable for their gums, as the mamey, 24 Forsyth Street,'Jacksonville, Fla. .clerk ami aaaeanor| Minor B. Jones. J no.It .
while the list of Walker, K. L, llrnilv, .1. M. lllxim, W. H.Knnx .
guaiaonm and copal, counelliniiii I lie council moots first
Placid fi medicinal plants includes most of those, Tuusdiiy In oath inonlll.
18Hn invaluable to our pharmaoopaeias, ___ 1_
which tropical America has given to HOARD OK TRADK.
[ the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line-between east and west
the world. These are the silvestres, nature's Meets every second \\ednnsduy nlrhtrln each
e block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. cultivated month at* on o'clock In moms over poatntllca..Indira .
Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all tialns. Terms $2.60 per day and wild children, bu t of GOINGS NORTH VTRAYEL M.H..tones, president( Wiii.M. Drown,
wards. Special rates by the week. JOHN S. BOVVEN, Proprietor.Travelers' plants there Is no species peculiar to trniistireri ,T, O. Hast,snuretary.
that does not flourish here.In .
the tropics
the littoral levels, between the YIA THE "TIFTON ROUTE." COUNTY OFK1CKKS.
mountains and the sea, grows the sugar

cane, which may be cultivated up toan SCHOOL HOARD.J. .

Hotel. % altitude of 8,000 feet. It was introduced Georgia Southern and Florida Railway.Suwanee B, Hnowdnn, Tltusvllla) It. N. Andrews,
. here from Santo Domingo, having Cocoa| B. * Ulblis, Melbourns.
been brought to America either River Route. *

FELIX GARCIA, Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Electrlo from Spain or the Canaries. The annual COUNTY COMMlHHIONKna.W. .
is estimated at abont II. Miarpe, Bharpes, chairman; Joseph
yield of sugar
The Georgia Southern & Florida Railway comprises part of the Tlfton Route, Mendel, IjKlrsniTBl .1. II. Walker, lltusvlllet.Ino.
70,000 tons.In direct all North and West and the Houston, Kan )alll | J.N Waller. Ankona.Kcirulur .
route to Kast
and Is the most points operates
Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. these fertile lowlands also tobacco sessions are hold first Monday In aaohmonth.
finest Pullman Buffet sleepers double daily Jacksonville to Nashvlllo via Macon, .
TUB BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. does exceedingly well, and the annual ; ,
production is said to be quite 7,000,000pounds. Atlanta, and Chattanooga; traversing the famous fruit belt of Georgia, ,and the
Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers.1YERETT tha North COUNTY OFFICIAIB.
It may be cultivated on Historical Battle Fields of Georgia and Tennessee
mountain lover is tha Minor B Jones, Tltusvlllo, oonntv jiidmi D.L. .
hills but the true
For further Information, maps, schedules, sleeping [car reservations, etc., Oanldon, Tltusvilln, prosecuting attorney)
coffee, which does not do well below call A.A. Btewurt.Tltusvlllo, clerk circuit rourt) J.F. .
600 feet and is at its best 1,000 feet write or on Wuuten, Cocoa, tax assessor) tC. W. Hall,
HOTEL JACKSONVILLE here HUGH II. RICHARDSON', Gen. Agt., Bhariws,tax eollectori John Henry, Tltusvlllo,
FLA.
above the sea. It was first brought 7 Ilogan St., Jacksonville.Wm. treasurer) J. II. Bums,Courtenwv, saperlnten from Martinique in 1723, and now ont ptihlfo Instruction! J. o. Frlosi Tltusvlllo,
CHECKLEY SHAW* O. A. MacDONALD, county surveyor)J.r". Ilrown,Tltusvlllo,sheriff.Malarlon .
the extent of 17,000 tons annually.
yields to' Vice-President, Macon, Go. Gen'l Passenger Agt.continuous. .
to
Largest, best, and coolest; choice rooms for summer, $1.50, $2, $.1, $5 weekly.Bevator . Maize, the true Indian corn, li

baths, bell service, etc. CHARLES A. OAKES. Indigenous, as Is the yucca, the aboriginal With Malarlon Tablets

"staff of life,'" and both grow everywhere Guaranteed Cure for Chills, Fever and

as well as the pineapple, Is conducive to the breeding Admiral Montljo. Ague, or monoy refunded. COcents. All

TITUSVILLE.:3srnDiA3iT which Is more reliable and more universal of insect pests of aJl sorts."Dor Though Admiral Montljo fought like Druggists.AIoNt .

than the peach of our north temperate Spunisli gentleman be soonis to be u
zone. Cotton and rice are found Isn't much comfort in de remahk -
of little decision and inferior capacity
man 4
all elevations, the latter, dat contentment is better dan lieiiutlfiil IMitce on Indian ;
: ZEai risrEe lEaioarzHx at nearly for he steamud out to Sublo expecting
which Is the chief food of many laborers riches," said- Uncle Eben. "One is ]es' to find fortl flout ions there, and ltlver, for Nule, itt it Orentlturtraln.

being what is known as the mountain bout as bahd to git as de other." finding none steamed back again to do a]

Variety. Washington Star.Ilorrlbla what he could under the shelter ot the

TITUSVILLE, Bananas and plaintalns are wonderfully guns of Cavlte, whioh did nothing for The famous Turkey Creek Grove, con-
prolific, bearing fruit In ten months Woman Tortura.A of 14 of and
him. Imuglue an admiral "expeoting"nonexistoutfortiflcations slating ncres orange grove
Indian River.Fla. from planting. The plants virtually correspondent calls attention to the within his own 40 seies
li% last 60 years, being equally long lived torturing of Kling women for religious command I He tried, he said, to make and Tin key Creek, with steamboat landing

with the cocoa palm, whioh produce! purposes in the streets of Singapore. torpedoos, but they were of no use. He and 'llllman postouico and railroad
nuts in six or seven years and thereafter Yesterday, he writes, a number of Kling never attempted to fortify Oorregidor, station on the F. K. C. 11'y. On the
during-the space of an ordinary women marched from the temple InSerangoon which if fortified would have rendered place, lying on the west side of Indian
three miles south of Melbourne
life, its yield being reckoned at 100 roud to the temple In Tank entrance almost impossible, and now, Hiver, ,
two miles from Atlantic; ocean bench.
Open All The Year. nuts a year. The annual product of rood with lances thrust through their
when all la lost, his grand anxiety is to About 100 good bearing orange trees,
bananas is given as 200,000,000 and ofooooanuts tongues, lips and cheeks, the tongues prove that he was personally bravo, balance In young trees, will yield about

8,000,000. Tha entire range being thruHt out. Men accompanied which no one lu his own oountry or elsewhere 1000 boxes this year. Cun be made
of tropical fruits is represented here, them to throw water in their faces. One ever dreamed of doubting.A to yield 2Mi0( boxes a year In two years.Servant's .
Only a few minutes'walk suoh as the guava, lime, orange, aguacate woman was so exhausted that a backetof Spaniard is the kind of man who bouse and good packing house

and from Railway stations sapodilla and avocado pear, wbila water had to be thrown over her bo- always leaves his ruvolver nnlondod, und rooms above. Good Halting, quail,

Steamboat land all subtropio vegetables may be raised, fore she could proceed. Surely, the police and, dlHoovering tho fuofc, walks to his deer and duck hunting up Turkey Creek;
of the south line harbor for boats; lovely river front,,
ings.On including those temporal have only to bestir themselves to death unarmed lest anybody should suppose
the banks of the with beautiful forest trees. Hammock.
zone, such, for iustuuue, as are grown exclude such barbarities from the publio -
he is afraid. Ever since the engagement
'far-famed Indian River. lands for sale cheap. Apply toI
in Florida streets. Straits Times.Tha the govern men t at home has ). I* Gauldbn,
has not been
The mineral kingdom behaved as it behaved before it that Atty. for owners,
BEACH.leminole so exhaustively exploited as the vegetable Hawaiian Alphabet. is, It has done nothing except talk. Tltusvlllo, Fla.
WEST PALM but more than traces 'have beeo There are but 12 letters lu the Hawaiian
Spectator
found of copper, coal and iron, as well alphabet. These, with their pronunciations

as vast deposits of salt The rivers atone are: A (ah), e (a), o (o asIn A Vesuvius Oatbarst. WANTKD this BKVKRAL state to mtnaRe TRUSTWORTHY our business Per

Hotel time ran to the sea over beds of ho), u (oo), h (bay), U (kuy), 1 (la), Vesuvius has been exciting a great In their own and nearhy conntles. It Is mainly
sand, and front the streams today two), ( ), and w ( ). nrllca work conducted at homo, Salary straight
golden m (moo), n ( p pay vay deal of interest lately, and a phenomenon $D>0 a year and expenses definite, honarlde, no
(as in the neighboring Island of The mlHsiousrles added a thirteenth, t, of much scientific importance was mora, no Urns salary. Monthly#75. Iteferanoea.r.nclose .
Santo Domingo, where the first American but the uutlves won't have It. and continue aelf-al stamped envelope. Herbert
observed short time A portion of
a ago.
OPEN ALL THE YEAR. K. Hess, Prest.,Dept.M,Chicago.
gold was discovered) the native! ti pronounce, for instance, the the southern crust of the vast crater fell
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. wash out nuggets by the crude processes name of the root from which poi Is In, closing the mouth completely. The

This hotel is substantially built of brick, and lias every convenience. Close to of thaf distant day when Agueynaba made "kara," although the missionaries heat from the burning lava below caused
railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel.th went prospecting with his fal4friend. have it "tara.' Every vowel in a the soil to become Incandescent, and Shaving Parlor..

fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Kates, from $2.00 per day and Ponce de Leon word is distinctly sounded, except that blue and green dames sprung from the
wards; special rates by the week or month. There are no native quadrupeds her the vowels "ai" are sounded "I," as inEnglish. center to a height of several yards.

GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor. larger than the agouti and the armadillo Walklki, the bcuch In Honoluln This continued some time, and meanwhile

but birds are relatively uninerous, is properly pronounced "VIkeekee. the heat was concentrating itself

with a few of fine song and aorue ol ." There is a groat difference in at the bottom of the crater. At last a
MIAMI.iotel brilliant plumage All domestic fowl the speech of the high and low caste
great mass of flame burst out, accompanied
do well here, and the great pastures ol natives. The first call their island by a terriflo noise like wave* 'kfj'iLI % < j

the northeast and southeast suppott vas. group "Ha-va ee-oe," and the latter begin break ing on rocks in a storm. The flames

Miami MIAMI, FLORIDA. herds of cattle and horses which suBlos it all right with "Ha," but ">- rose to a height of SO yards and were

not only for the needs of the island, bul dude with a guttural grunt, and the bright yellow in color. San Francisco '
are exported to all parts of the West word heard most, "Aloha," sounds soft Argonaut. 'M : > & >k :,:

The largest all-the-year-round hotel In the city. Eight hundred feet Indies, beiug held In high esteem. and beautiful on the lips of the first,
There are no poisonous reptiles to bs but ta a lazy, good natared grunt as the Tba Papa's Traaaaraa.
broad verandas. Rates, $2.00 per day and upward.MRS. feared, but insects of questionable character latter speak it.Alcha Pope Leo XIII is one of the wealthiest

JULIA D. TUTTLE, Owner. are too numerous for comfort is In their limited vocabulary men in the world. In his home, the

This Island Indeed were a paradis* at once a greeting and farewell, a formal Vatican a palace which contains 7,000

without them ; even with them tha expression of regard and of deep rooms the worth of gold objects stored " trf J ** "* H' 1l air
inhabitants seem to experience) little love. In the latter case it is Increased Is estimated at 4,000,000 sterling by

prutthtgcated trouble. The worst of these are ths in warmth and depth of meaning by weight alone, and each piece has been

job scorpions, centtpeds, tarantulas, wasps, modifying adjectives annexed instead increased in value a quarter or a third g iiiw3fc

mosquitoes, some speoies of ants, ticks, Of prefixed, as "Aloha nnl," "Alohaon by the skilled artisans through whose
OF ALL KINDSPRINTING chigoes and fleas. The beat of a tropical loa," or even "Aloha not Urn keal" bands it has passed. These treasures are H. S. MEADOR,

at theADVOCATE climate like that of Porto Rlco,"whtch, and then it is time to speak to papa. practically the personal estate of the Washington Avenue,

OFFICE. though rarely exceeding,80, degree*, I* New York Herald. pope. San Francisco Argonaut. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.



INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 9, 1898.



COUNTY COMMISSIONERS NO Penny, road work 75 00J Have you paid your subscription toALKX
R Sawtello, road work.L 10 65 the Advocate? If not, please do so.
PROCEEDINGS. R Decker, lumber for roads.A 5 20
7t Stewart, criminal pros. 0 33 (Successor to Lovctt<$ Carroll.)
J P Brown, criminal pros 8 25 NEAR. ERNEST TAYLOR.
Titcsviixk, Flx.u Sept. 6,1808. J P Brown, feeding prisoners.J 28 20 GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All

The Board of Brevald County Commls* M Sanders, justice peace pros 2 22 NEAR & TAYLOR, ,
sloners met on the above date pursuant S A Barfleld, constable . . 4 73 Crockery, Glass and. Tinware.TITUSVILLE Your patronage
to adjournment, when the following J A McDanlel, witness ... 53 (Suecesaors to John McAllister.) Solicited'

members were present : W. II. Sharpe, Laura Thomas, witness. /. . 03 Artesian Well Contractors flokida,

chairman; J. Mendel, J. R. Walker, J. The .Board then adjourned to meetagain ,
JOSEPH ZAPF.... Houston, J. N. Waller; A. A. Stewart, the first Monday In October, 1808.

WHOLESALE DKALKItAnheuserBusch clerk; J. P. Brown, sheriff. EAU GALLIE. FLA. Jtj j JLb'Jbb mhv? rframbm TI>o following business was transacted, ,

Ass'n to-wit : 1808.Daytona. Groceries Grain. Hay Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple & Fancy
Brewing ,
Groceries hAnd
The minutes of last meeting were read Write Quick....

and confirmed.On Wehner First Florida Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton See Meal
St. Louis Lager Beer. regiment, r
Famous motion the petition of J. D. Crnbb, is home on sick leave. FOR FREE SCHOLARSHIP Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing excluni i
Sold by Loxley& Motlow, Tltusvllk.. ngent, to sell wines, beers and liquors in the above line of goods. We Invite your coirespondence and 1 solicit vmiu '.,]
Precinct No. 4, Brevard County, State of Alex St. Clair Abrahams,- Judge Milton PAID. patron
DKALKIt RAILROAD FARE Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BKO.
,
WHOLBSAI.K LIQUOR Titusuilc
Florida, It appearing to the satisfaction Bryan, and Gad Bryan were in town

Wost Bay St., .Jacksonville, aud <>( the Board that the aid J. ,I). Crabb last week. Positions Guaranteed.
Sanford, Fla. has a majority of the registered voters
The Knights"of Honor had one of their
of Precinct No. 4, to sell wines, beers Open all the Year to both Sexes.GA.ALA. .
social gatherings at O. G. Robinson's
HENRY R.THOMAS"VJ and liquors as aforesaid, and It appearing last Wednesday evening.II. BUSINESS COLLEGF, Losloy <& Motlow
to the satisfaction of the Board that Macon, Ga. ,
snid petitioner has fully complied with C. Morris, formerly oonnected with
....LA YILLA PHARMACY, the law, it Is therefore ordered that a the Bond Lumber Co., Is off for a short (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER A CO.)

permit Issue to the tax collector of Brevard trip to Washington, thence to New York
Keeps all Kinds of county to Issue a state and county and Massachusetts. THE STATE COLLEGE Foreign' and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and Whislis

Pars Drags, Fancy and Toilet Articles. year licence of to 180P f.aid, under petitioner chapter for 0 the, section fiscal In Our spite band of the is heat practicing and mosquitoes.industriously We Bottled Beers, Ales and Stoat.A .

80(1( Revised Statutes of Florida.On Fla. First-class Lino of Cigars. Billiard and Pool
suit.
Prices to look forward to their playing this coming Lake City, Table
motion, the bond of E. V. Ilall, for
801 Adams St., cor, Madison, notary public, was examined and ap season with great pleasure. Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given tonrdors.
school Offers to both sexes a good education Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.GEO. approved. Our county superintendent, Mr.J. of modern thought and Titusville t
motion, It was ordered that the B. Parkinson and wife, who have been along the lines
matter of the road between Georglana trying North Carolina mountain air for activity.
DAVISON &. CO. and Industrial
W. Scientific, Literary, Military
and Banyan be laid over for the present, several weeks, are home once more. Most complete
& Produce Commission Merchants. as objections to the same have been departments.
Fruit Alt ltd V. Patten and Miss reduced
Agnes outfit of Expenses
filed with this Board.On apparatus. ]::: Will keep constantly on band a Full Supply of
Wetherell were married at the residence minimum. Shorthand, Telegraphy,
Florida Products Oranges PINEAPPLES Bell et al for to a
; of J. S. a
Watermelons, Tomatoes and petitlou toad from Edgerton and running of the bride's parents, In Holly Hill, onSupday Book-keeping taught free.
; public CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
last. Mr. Patten has to
other vegetables a specialty. along the west bank of Indian River ns evening Send for a new catalogue ,
been connected wiy the East Coast Line.
near as possible to township line of 34 W. F. TOCUM President
307-309-311-313 Poydras Street, > DRESSED AND ROUGn.
and 33, thence across the East Coast Ry., The pavilion, City Beautiful beach. IsIn
NEW ORLEANS, LA. Also Mouldings and Turned Work, Brick, Lime, Cement, Crates of all
thence up the west right of way of said full blast. You can have refreshments LAKE CITY, FLA. descripUoTitusville

Refer to local agent*of all Express Co*., local railway to St. Lucie postofflce, the Board meals, bathing suits, fishing Floridj
freight agent or tlie Louisville A Nashville Hank, X.lt'y O., appointed J. S. Keene, J. T. Seville and tackle, teams, bicycles, and, In fact, anything
Ueuuania Nat'l Hank, Metropolitan Alonzd Cook to mark, view and. lay out you want, and enjoy yourself to
the same, and make their resort to this the fullest. ROBBINS & GRAHAM
Established 1890.T. I Join d on tlie first Monday In October.On .
The Burgoyne yacht is rapidly
approaching
motion it ordered that all
was
F. PARK & CO. about tax matters be laid completion; decks are laid,
over complaints until the October meeting.On caulking finished,painting done In fact, ...IiaTwyors. I represent the Old Hartford, Liverpool and London and Globe, Aett,

motion, the bond presented by M. about all the outside work is finished, Providence & Washington, Fireman's Fund, and Sun Mutual.Jt .
while the interior Is into
being put shipshape
Commission Merchants. Goldsmith, for notary public, was examined "* Lowest rates guaranteed. Write for rates, etc., toC.
and approved. order as fast as the workmen can WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND
doit. S. SCHUYLER, Ageut,
The clerk of the court presented his
Receivers of Florida Fruits pay roll for witness fees paid out by him The new steamer to ply between this UNITED STATES COURTS. Titusville, ;

at the August term of the County Court, point and Palm Beach is progressing.
to the amount of $40.00, which was She will be 65-ft. long, with 11-ft. beam.

and Vegetables. examined and approved. She is to be provided with sixteen berths ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished James Pbitchabd, President; W. M. Brown, Vice-President:!
The treasurer made his monthly report and to have a guaranteed speed of fifteen C. S. Schuyler Cashier.
,
Oranges, Pineapples and Florida on the different funds of the county, including "miles an hour. The trip will be a pleasant for Lands In Brevard and Dade

Fruits a Specialty.Rbfkiikxcks the fine and forfeiture fund, for one In winter.

the month of August, which were examined Fromberger bas laid the Counties.We INDIAN RIVER STATE BARK
Capt. up
: Citizens1 Exchange and approved. J. N. Waller and J.
nittie for the summer, and -is off toJacksonville.
[tank, Richmond, Va.; Irving National Houston were appointed a committee to
His idea is to raise a
Bank, New York. destroy the warrants turned over by the stock company, and get a steamer of List (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
f schedule. The treasurer have a large
reasurer as per
Stencils and any Information desired about one hundred tons to ply between
also had a certificate attached to his Authorized capital, $100,00
furoiahed on application. he had the amounts Daytona, New Smyrna and Jacksonville.We of Lands owned by
re showing that
port, wish him success, most heartily. Paid up capital, $25,00
called for by his deposit in
37 Jay Street, report on
m the Brevard County State Bank. All the resident ministers are out of ourselves and clients. Average deposits, $150,00
NEW YORK CITY N. Y.
On.motion, it Is ordered, as there were town, taking their summer vacations.
no objections filed with the Board the Possibly they think us good enough to Price for unimproved Transacts a General Banki:
Pineapple Slips & Suckers road from Alligator Creek to Five.Hammocks get along for awhile without them. The
Fancy jvas declaied a public road. Methodist pulpit was.supplied last Sunday Business.
for Sale.Abbakas The Board having had for some time by Rev. Jas. Stanton, of Ormond; lands $3 to $100 ,
under consideration the best and most and it Is expected that Rev. Mr. Donovan
Egyptian Queen, Golden economical way of dealing with the will preach here next Sunday.A per acre. Largest and Oldest Bank on tlie 1 1Exohange

Queen, Porto Rico. Smooth Cayenne and county poor, and having been in correspondence few of our citizens went to Cincinnati sold on all Foreign Couutnn
lied Spanish. Apply toMaddock with the Boards of the counties
to attend the G. A. R. encampment.A .
& Matt-hams, in the State and having examined said large party had arranged to take athiough WE have a few Residence, Orange DIRECTORS!
*'Palm Beach Pinery, and compared oxpeiiences -
correspondence but the railroads Jas.Pritchabd,W.B.BARSKTTFreildnof (
West Palm Beach, Fla., with those who have tried the experiment sleeper, extension of time beyond refused Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable the National Bankot Jacksonville),JDUBKBB >
to
of poor farms, we have arrived grant any (Viee-fresident National But''
at the conclusion that to small the 12th. At the eleventh hour locations. Prices Reasonable. Jacksonville), and W. M. lluow.i.
pay
JPincnpple Slips and Suckers word came that the time for returning .
amounts direct to the paitles is the best CORRESPONDENTS.Seaboard
would be Oct. 2nd but it was too late
York it
National Bank of New
For Hale, and most satisfactory way for the present
then.
National Bank of Jacksonville.
for dealing with the subject. TITUSVILLE
Of the following varieties, Smooth His Honor Judge M. S. Jones made Another of our old landmarks gone. Offices : I and MIAMI,
i' Cayenne, Envll Cities, Abbakas and his monthly report for licences Issued William Troy died at his home on Volusia

Red Spanish, grown from young plants during the month of August, was examined avenue, last Satuiday. He was In
And without cover. For pi ices, call onor and approved.On his 64th year. He was from Providence, ESTABLISHED 1876VWm.
address C. A. Robinson, motion, the road report of Wm. II. R. L, and came to Florida in 1868. He
Eden, Indian River, Fla. Sharpe, as road commissioner of District married Miss Wickiuire, and lived on East Coast Meat Market

No. 3, up to June 3th( 1008, was examined Spruce Creek foe a number of years before A. BOURS & CO....
and approved, and his vouchers finally stilling in Daytona. He
For Sale, were filed with the clerk of the court for leaves a widow, married daughter and ason. F. DUREN, Agent. GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS

future references.On The Grand Army Post attended ,
Choice orange lands five and of ten acre motion, the monthly allowance for the funeral in a body, as well as a large 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.We .
beautiful ,
lots at the town Daytona,
Lizzie Tucker was raised from eight to oonoourse of friends and neighbors.
on the East Coast. Easy terms. Also ten dollars.On Every one liked Mr. Troy, and the cheerful handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hit

homes in Floilda. Investments made motion, the bond of B. J. Stewart, uncomplaining manner in which he Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both blight
and money loaned on Jacksonville pro for justice of the peace for the 6th District bore his sufferings spoke volumes for dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-AUen Fertilizer Co.

perty. COITKTLAND BUCKMAN, was examined and approved.On his character as a patient, brave man. Star Brand Fertulzers Guaranteed Analysis,Orange tree and Vegetable Fertiliser,VunBm*
Bone,Nitrate Soda, Muriate of Fotash, fertlllairi tan
22, Hogan street, Sulphate Potash, Kainit, eto. These
N.Waller .
Jacksonville, Fla. motion, the road report of J. superior In the market,and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue free.WE .
road commissioner of district No
6, was examined and found correct, and WANTED SEVERAL TRUSTWORTHY Per *
Clerk of the this state to manage our business PSTitusville.
his vouchers filed with the
TRANSPORTATION FOR DEMOCRAT In their own and nearby counties. It Is mainly
court for future references.W olHce work done at home. Salary straight f uoayearand A Swell Dinner Party
DELEGATES.At Cora 000 expenses definite,bonanda,no more,
H'Sharpe, County no less salary. Monthly $78. References. Enclose Should be supplied with choice wln
J Mendel . . 6 40
self-addressed stamped envelope, Herbert beer. For
and :
a called meeting of the Democratic J N Waller, 26 40 H.Hess,Freet.,Dflpt.M,Chicago. Florida.Attention. champagnes, liquors, cospany
... 0 00 occasions, such as weddings, parties
Executive Woiklng Committee of Bievard J R Walker, family use, *
". . 13 20 dinners, etc., or for
county, held at the Court-house, J Houston, have the choicest stock of pure in
Titusville, on Saturday last, the following A A Stewart, record's tax sales 13 93 beers eto., to t"
members were present; Tom Jolinjion A A Stewart co. deeds. 0 00 found liquors, champagnes or doraeitr
in
town. In imported
chaliman; N. N. Penny, secretary; L R Becker, lumber for o't bouseJ 14 C2 .. productions they are all high grade and
John Henry, proxy for M. S. Sams; and Mendel, copying minutes 0 60 reasonable
J. F. Wooten, with proxies from S. S. A A Stewart, accountant. . 15 00 price.
Jones and 11. C.Creech. R A Conklintr, ferryman 10 00 JOHN CLARK SOX A CO.,
ARE FOR ALL KINDS OFPaints.
The business of the meeting was to D Cain, . . 10 00 HEADQUARTERS Commission Merchants' and dealer* I
discuss the advisability of chartering aatoamboat J P Brown, sheriff, election exp., 43 00 LlquoR
30 00 Groceries, Grain, Coal, Wines
to carry the delegates to the Jailor
convention at Fort Pierce. sheriff county court 33 00 Hardware Tin JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

After a full discussion, the Chairman feeding county dogs.W 2 00 Consignments of country prod*
was authorized to procure a suitable M Woodward repairing clock, 300 4SOllclted.Chy .
Dtearoer. and give the delegates a low J P Brown, janitor . . 500
rate of fate to the convention. R E Mi ins, repaiiing jail roof. 12 00
Tom Jounson, T A Robinson, work on o't house 2100 ware Ammunition Fishing Tackle Agricultural

N. N. Penny, Chairman.Secretary. M Hardee, deputy fish warden. . 6 00 ,

/HA I McDonald Crosby ", "" "" 10 10 00 00 Implements Lamps Crockery Glassware Stoves Carpets. Mattings and Rugs.,,,

,
tub excursion. jnarrls, 600 ,, ,

The Democratic Executive Committee, E A Kenard, 10 00 Barbed Wire, etc. )o( Call and examine our fine stock.JAS. .
having chartered the steamer St. Sebastian A A Ford, " 20 00
will run an excursion for the deleKates T T Wetmore *lceT 3 30 THE LARGEST STOCK AT LOWEST PRICES,

and all who wish to attend the J Cockshutt, reg. officer 14 41 PRITCHARD & SON
Democratic County .Convention at Fort Electric Light company 000 Fall Patterns are now being received.
Pierce. T A Robinson, clothing for prls. 145
The steamer will start on Tuesday O H Walton, printing-blanks, etc 23 HO nM-t-d-sxrllXo, JJ2.a..
morning, Sept. 20th, and reach Fort Prltchard fc Son, material for jail 12 00 Awnings and Linoleums, a Specialty.H. .

Pierce on the same evening, and will remain E B Wager, printing, 2 23

there, returning after the convention Inquest jury expenses 3 30W E. CLARK,
Is over.Xeave A Lowden, justice on Inquest, 0 20D
Titusville at 4 a, m. Fare $3.00 L Gaulden, prosecuting att'y. 38 33J BRICK LJACKSONVILLE 38 West Bay St.,
for the round trip. P Brown, waiting on co. com, 600 Jacksonville, m
Leave Courtenay at It a. m. fare $2.60 J P Brown, lawn mower. . 3 25
* City Point 6:30" F S Chaffee, med for prisoners.M 1 13
* Indianola 7:00": Preston, pauper 10 00
Cocoa 7:30" Mary Futcb, 0 00

44 Banyan 0:30" 2.00 Padgett, 15 00 BRICK CO.

" Eau Gallic 10:30" W Anderson, 000 Hides Furs Wool Skins Tallow Bees-Wax Etc
" Melbourne 11:30" Sarah Bean, 10 00 Alligator ,
* Sebastian 3:00p.m. 1.00 L Eaufalla, 400
Reams 4KM) " .60 Lizzie Tucker, .' 10 00 20 Hogan St. Jacksonville Fla. BY TIIE
,
Ar. Fort Pierce 700 p. m.No R Head, 10 00 ,
extra charge for beds. Meals, 23c. C McNeills, 5 00A SOUTHERN HIDE & SKIN CO.

each, extra. The steamer will not stop Anna Gore, 00 Write ns for prices and save yonr money. We make

at above points unless flag Is displayed. II Hlgjlns, 500 Largest Handlers of "Skins in the Stats
The above time of leaving points are M C Johnson, < 5(10
approximate absorbent
the hardest least and best brick made in Florida.
so be on time. Not run Inche C H White, 1000 REFERENCE: National Bank State of Florida.

JT.Interest N. Pennt of any, candidate.Tom Johnson, J J Lewis O Johnson, <' . .- 500 500 Can snpply np to a million on short notice. Office, Rob Building. Hide Warehouse 446 to 448, Jackson St.

Seo'y. Chm'n. J N Waller, road work 20000f JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA."W .












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