Title: Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00204
 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: October 7, 1898
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River (Fla. : Lagoon)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079909
Volume ID: VID00204
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31876449
alephbibnum - 002071721
lccn - sn 96027113
lccn - sn 96027113
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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Cradles,Springs, Mattresses, all prices.FUKNITUBB No. 14 Laura street, P. O. Box '302, PROCEEDINGS.Tmsvn.Lic Precinct No. 11, stato and county JM
STOKK, Jacksonville, Fla. Iteliabio male and Swain, Dan Sloan, 8 A Hair; clerk, LA to stop. See list of hotels oa

Lnd Topics of General Interest.oclety Titusville, Fla. female help furnished and sent to all Chandler. our 7th pago.Tlie .

parts.BOOKS. Federal J T Padgett, John McLaughlin Advocate is now on file at all
Fla., Oct. 3, 181K M B clerk Chas llairls. 1f
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RESERVE YOUR ORDERS FOR DRESS > the best hotels in New York city.Tho .
anil General Gossip In connection goods. Will have them in about October The Bonut of Brevard County Commissioners Precinct No. 12, state aud county CS
with Blseayne Bay, Likt Worth, Indian, 10th. Fifty patterns no two E CLOCKS, Etc a nice assortment met on the above dato puisuantto Roams, F O Poppol, L 11 Dawson; Somlnolo hotel, WoHt Talm Boach,

Banana and Halifax Klvers, Key West alike. Gabdneb & Walker.Tomonow at Screven's Drug Store, adjournment, when the following cleik, J L Enos. Is now lighted throughout with acotyleno -

and all other Important Point* along the Titusville. members were present : W. II. Miarpe, Federal K C Prango, T W Jeffords, gas.

East Coast of Florida. Brief mention of chairman; J, Mcmlol, J. It. Walker, J. L C Stookel; clerk, W N Roams. The Mount Pleasant house, in the
Interesting Events from Various Fart* (Saturday) is the last Houston, J. N. Waller; A. A, Stewart, Precinct No. IU, state and county EV White Mountains, will remain open : ||
day on which poll taxes be nave subscription to
paid.Rev. paid
may you your Hall W 1) Owens II K
of the World t About People You Know clerk; J. P. Hi own, slier I IT. Hughes; until October 10th, if business warrants.
the Advocate ? If not do .
and People Ion Don't Know Picked E. E. Johnson, of Cocoa, was a please so.Mr. The following business was transacted, cloik, P H Whltfeld.
up by Our Society Editor aud a large slaf fof pleasant visitor in our burg a day or so L. 8. Scobie, of the Clyde S. S. to-wit Federal A V lliscock, Frit* Uhlilch, Hotel Indian River, Rocklodgo, will, itIs
Correspondents scattered along the this week, Company, was in town the early pait of The minutes of last mooting were read P O Halnlin; dork, A B Carter. repotted, bo conducted this winter byMessrs.
Palmer & McDowell the late
Precinct No. 14, state and county MS ,
Coast of Florida. the week.Mr. and contli uicil.
Capt. W. It. Walker, of Alicia, arrived Sams, J It Miott, Chalmar Lapman; proprietors of tho Ocoan Hotel, at Long
in town yesterday on a visit to his and Mrs. C. A. Gardner aie expected The following names having been clerk, J D Sams. Bianch, N. Y.Information.
son Jno. R. Walker. home from Alabama to-day or stticken from the reglstintion books,
Federal W II Sandeis, R J Laltocho
Oaillard of the hand that the 1
Treasurer Ilenry I. ortomorrow. were this day lestored: G. L. Snpp, Jas.Henderson to says '
& B. B. I. N. Co., St. Augustine, isi Traffic Manager J. P. Beckwltli and and James Ford.At L II Guoinoy; cloik, S J Fields.Piecinct New Yoik hotols aro enjoying a season

i town to-day. yMr. Supt. R. T. Goff, of the F. E. C. Ry., J. A. Flournoy, of Macon, Oa., a lepubliran convention held at No. IS, stato and county WC of unusual prosperity, and so crowded

Chaffee went to the passed south Wednesday iu a private will pay cash for small shipments offiuit Melbourne July 2(1( 18IW, of which C. II. Peterson, II Wilson, J II Ilogan; aro some of the houses that a largo number
Fred S. clork U P Honeywell.
car. aud vegetables, Stewart was chairman and E. E. Wethy of arrivals have to be refused accommodation .
netropolis last Friday on business, reurning Federal N N I'onny, W II rrotorins,
to town Tuesday.Owing Mrs. Geo. A. Marx and Miss Stella Mrs. M. Gould, of Cocoa, was In secretary, and certified to by E. P. J T Hood; clerk, Goo Quartet man. every
Hale, after a pleasant stay of about ten town a day or so this week having dental Branch, notary publio, the following Precinct No. 1(1( stato and county JW The foimer St. Elmo hotel and the
to lack of space we have been days here, teturned to the metropolis on work done by Dr. M. D. L, Dodson. names weie selected to be placed on the Griflls, W Watton, C II Nauman; Inn, at Poit Tampa, Fla., aie to ho connected
to omit some correspondence election ticket to bo voted for at the
ibliged Monday, clerk, E II Nauman. by a handsome new structure onfillos
ad other matter this week.Ilave The town registration books will remain November election: C. T. McCarty,
Federal Tom Crook, At Grlffla, IIFutch nnd thus give the Cuban travel a
The season for doer shooting having open a little while longer, and John MoAUIster tax
for representative; ,
? If not it istecessary clork M J Hock. big hotel, up-to-dato in all itaarrangomonts.
registered ; ,
you opened October 1, our townfolks' tables those who have not registered are desired assessor F. II. Fee, treasurer; A. C.Dittmar *
to do so at once. The books ; Precinct No. 17, state and county 0D Tho Inn has boon crowded
will be with venison from to do without further
kept supplied so delay. W. Scobie
tax collector Geo. ,
at Dr. S. W. Carroll'store. ; Blakoly, J E Fultz, F II Warner; all summer, and has usod tho St.Klmo .
.re now open until the end of
now January. Holmes W. J. Allen members of
G. W. ,
Engineer J. T. Hood and wife, also clerk. G A Fultz. as an annex.
Miss Sarah Moses, of West Palm Miss Johnson, who have been whillng school board; E. W, Butler, justice of Federal J O Frlnk, J II Winter, Wm of the well-
The steamer Delia arrived here yeserday Beach, stopped over iu Titusville from away the summer months in Georgia, peace for 17th district. At a meeting Gore; clork, E M Winter. The recent re-opening Titusville
known Klver hotel
Indian at
with enough fish to fill held by tho republican executive committee ,
evening Monday until Tuesday as the guest ofMrs. arrived in town Tuesday.Messrs. Precinct No. 18, state and county CR
everal cars, which will be shipped bytir. A. A, Stewart, on her way to Rollins at Melbourne Sept. 27th, 189H, Broard, T A Tourneau, C T McCarty; Fla., nnder the solo proprietorship
Chas. R. Serge vntson and Uianch for management of Mr. J. O. Bast, has put
Geo. W. Scobie.Mr. the name of E, P. representative I
Winter Park.Dr. clerk E B Hutchinson.
College, W. II. Humphries, of Hobe Sound, stopped was substituted for C. T. McCarty, new life and vim Into this old stand, and
C. II. Raccy, who has been ins M. D. L. Dodson returned to over in town a day or so on their resigned, fiom the ticket.J. Federal J Qulgloy, W T Walker, WC under his able supervision promises to

'ew York for some time past, passed Miami on Tuesday, after a busy stay of way to Oilando to visit ft lends.Capt. F, Wooten as tax assessor in place ltawlinson; cloik, T A aud Saoger, IIF again become the "old liberty hall" of 1
Precinct No. Ill stato
hrough here Wednesday, on his way about ten days here attending to dental of J. McAllister, resigned from the county the northern Indian River country, so
II. B. Fromberger, of the Kuckles, It T Smith, J E Italney;
Waveland.Mrs. In
to former
lomo woik. He expects to be In town again ticket.S. popular days.
steamer Htttie, now at Daytona, was a clork. C F Latham. *
James Pritchard left here last the latter part of November.Mr. passenger on Tuesday's tiain, en route N. Andrews as member of Sohool Federal (J A Smith, L Gorgenson, J Hotel St. Andrew, Now York, now under

Saturday for New York, on a few weeks* anil Mrs. Win, Treutler, of Eau to Miami, on a short business trip.We Board in pluce of G. W. Holmes, re Williamson; clerk, J B Wells, the well known management of Mr.Chas. .

visit, She will, while away, attend the Gallie, who have been in Chicago all the resigned. Product No. 20, state and county ItII II. Davis, a formor very popular
vedding of her cousin.Capt. summer, returned to Indian River yesterday. had the pleasure of a call yesterday petition of forty-one qualified Stewart, R C Creech, John Caison; assistant of the Royal Polnciana hotel. 1
from Hon. U. L. Anderson voters of Ilrevard county to have the Palm Beach Fla. is forward to
morning looking
A. J. Lewis of Fort Tierce, Mrs. Treutler went home, while clork, E It Provost. ,
to legal, matters in the Mr. Tieutler is staying over In town the genial Republican congressional candidate name of Frank II. IJoyo placed on the Federal P A McMillan, J N Chalk or, receiving a largo share of what is known

vas attending several this week. Wencknowledge until this afternoon.Prof. in company with Attorney Geo.M. election ticket for tax assessor, to be J It Lyman; clerk, J A Booth. n the banquet trade during the coming
seat days
LOUDty Robblns.Capt. voted for at the general election In November. Precinct No. 21, statu and county JM season, and with that end in view has
a pleasant call.Mr. Geo. W. Eatherly, the competent It was ordered so to be done.At Onell, A Christlanson, J D Nlstrom: had pieparod a magnlfioont banqueting

and Mrs. L. A. Brady and children gentlemau in charge of LaGrange's C. J. Mercler and daughter, a Democratic) Convention of the clork, E T It Tripp. ball capable of accommodating seventy-

who have been enjoying the past public school, has re-commenced his Miss Edith, stopped over in town from State of Florida, of which W. G. Jennings Federal E J Tralnor, II Knutzen, IIL live guests at thn table.TITUSVILLE .
scholastic duties. He spent the summer Thursday last until Tuesday, on their chairman and Chas. W. White
month or so at Hendersonville, N. C, was Klchaidson; clerk, O G E Dutton,
ill rived home last Friday afternoon. at Spring Lake and other places in that way home to Cocoa from Atlanta, where waa secretary, and certified to by J. L. Precinct No. 22, state and county E

Is part of the state, they have been visiting for some weeks. Crawford, secretary of State, tho follow, 0 Walker, C Cavender, W II Wlggllel.ljcleik TOWN COUNCIL. i
The steamer St. Sebastian now wore selected to be placed on
ing names
in the Eau Gallie river for which Mr. II. F. Atkinson, of the law firm The Ladies' Aid Society of the be voted the IITGIffurd. un
lying the election ticket to on at
is in Federal J I) II Weir II Weiss O W The regular monthly meotlng of tho
Atkinson Miami ,
of Sanaers & ,
place she left last week, until the winter Methodist church will give an entertainment general election in November: R, Fenwlck -
clork G W Kleth.'Die Town Council was hold at their chambers
arrived Mr. King ,
town having yesterday. ;
tourist season demands her use again.Corp. on Friday evening next, the ltthInst. Taylor justice of the supreme
Atkinson was a former resident of Titus ounty tiuasuior made his monthly over tho Postofllae, Tuesday evening,
at the residence of Mrs. S. G. Vanlandingbam. 11. Car
O. Cary-Elwes, of this place, ville, and his numerous filends are glad Everybody Is cordially invited court for the full term; Francis statement on the dlffoient funds of when the following members wero present
who has been in the Florida Volunteer to meet bim again. ter, justice of the supreme court un the county. Including the fine and forfeiture : Acting-Mayor M. 8. Junes, J.M. .
attend.A .
Regiment since the hostilities started, to expired term of It. S. Hidden; James It.Whitfield fund, for tho month of September Dixon, John It. Walker and W. It.

has, we understand, been transferred to The friends of Mr. II. II. Dickey, a meeting of the Brevard county treasurer for the State of whioli was examined and appioved.J Knox; with S. G.Vanlaiidlnghani, clerk;

one of the regular regiments.Dr. former merchant of this place, but now Democratic Executive Committee was Florida; Henry E. Day, John M. Uryan, Houston ami J N Waller were appointed II. 1>. Prltcjinrd, collector; and M. b.

of Lemon City, will regret to learn that held in the courthouse, Titusville, yesterday railroad commissioners for four years; to dostroy the wariants turnod over Jones, Jr., sanitary Inspector.
B. R. Wilson was In Jacksonville he has been sick for some weeks John L. Morgan, railroad commissioner
very evening, but the report of their by the treasurer as per schedule. The The minutes of the last meeting vera
for some days recently, with a We trust to hear of his speedy for two .
past. cannot be published before years.Af committee having performed their read and approved, and the following
view to selecting, we understand, a desirable return to good health. proceedings Convention held at attended
our next issue.A a Democratic duties, naked to be dlschaigod, which matters were to:
location for himself and family'sfuture 22 sWW of which of the collector for the
Rock- Fort Pierce on Sept. waa accordingly done. Tho treasurer The leport
residence. We should be extremely From yesterday's Cocoa & lias fine piece of Indian River property J. E, M. Hodgson was chairman and T.V also had a certificate attached to his report month of September was received and

Borry to see the genial Doctor ledge News, we note that a change that is offered for sale on 8th page of this Moore, secietary, and certified to byJ. showing that tho balances called approved. A

leave Titusville.Mrs. been made in the management Mr.of F. W. issue, and anyone desiring a beautiful II. D. smith notary publio, the fol- for by his report were on deposit In the An ordinance, amending the old rules,
paper, which is now run by home on the East Coast of Florida will persons were nominated to have their Brevard Stato Bank. was waived on first reading, but
D. L. Oaulden, accompanied Walton (no relation of the Advocate And it greatly to their Interest to communicate names placed on the election ticket to be The following declination certified to passed on second leading, and Included
by Mrs. M. E. Stevens left Saturday the notice states.
proprietor however), as with the Mr. the general election to beheld the In the salaries
last for DeLand where they will stay at once owner, voted for at was received by the Board according to following changos
this winter while, Master LeSumir and Miss Cassie Shaw, of Grant, who Walter Goodyear, of New York, In November: II. L. Parker lor chapter 4.))2H, suction 30, election laws of of town officials: Marshal and collector
: J. F. Wooten, tax assessor Florida to receive *Jii month olerk
here last week suffering representative : per ;
Miss Winna Stetson University. brought
attending was
are was taken toChattahoochee Mr. Chas. A. Merrltt has been appointed ; E. W. Hall, tax collector; John and treasurer, #5 per month, and assessor
Col. Oaulden will remain inTitusville from nervous prostration,
his on Sunday in charge ofMrs. traveling passenger agent of the Ilenry, treasurer; J. M. Dixon, R. N. TiTi7svn.r.B, Fla., Oct. 4, '08.To $25 per yoar,
attending to of the latter place.Mrs. F. E. C. railway and steamship company, Andrews, S. F. Olbbs, meinbors Board A report of the nomination for tho
and other Interests. .. C.J.W.Wilney Bolton, who came with Miss with headquarters in St. Augustine, lie of Publio Instruction.On lh* Hottrd of Count OommUnonir$: new town officials having been duly <

Miss Ida R. Bates, for some years Shaw returned home to Malabar the was conuected with the Times-Union fc motion, It. Head was taken off the I hereby notify you that I will not accept made to the Town Council by the chairman
past the popular Instructress In the kindergarten ,afternoon. Citizen for some time, and assisted very pauper list. On petition the monthly and do hereby deolino the nomination and secietary of the recent rnasa >
branch of the Titusville public materially In getting out the last handsome allowance of Mrs. J. C. Johnson was of myself made by the Republican meeting, Messis. Goo. M. Robblns and

school, resumed her charge on Florida fish and game shippers souvenir editions of that paper.Mr. raised to *H per month; Wm Anderson, party of Brevard county for the office of O. A. Stewart icspectively, It was ordered

Monday, much to the joy of both children would do well to give Clarke & Daniel, Joel A. Doan one of the affable t 8; L. Eaufalla, * and parents. Miss Bates, who has Macon, Ga., a trial consignment. This editors and of the Lake The following persons were appointed F, Woo TEN.On on tho ballots to bo usod In the ensuing i i'' 9
been in Chicago this summer, Is staying 11 rm is among the best known In the proprietors West Palm Inspectors ana clerks for the November town election, and the printing of tho
Worth News at
al the Indian River hotel.Mr. south, and can be relied upon to consider Beach paid Titusville, published a brief visit the election: Precinct No. 1, state and motion, tho resolutions of the tickets bo awarded to tho Indian IUvcbAovooatk.
carefully the interests of their J. P. Mendel, J. A. Carlisle, C.P. Democratic- Convention wore referred to .
Geo. W. Mackenzie, of Canaveral patrons. We bespeak for them a share first of the week, and gave us a pleasant county. Wilbur; clerk, Geo. II. Gardner. the legal advisor of the Board for a The following bills were audited and

was a guest of the Indian River of our shippers' patronage. See card on call. In its last issue, this enterprising Federal It. Rocker, F. A. Strahan, J.C. written opinion us to the proper law of ordered paid !
hotel at this place from Friday until paper gave the poi trails and careers of tierk Harry Roberts, the Board to appoint road overseers.On Electric Light Co $ ((10 84.
4 th McCrory; ,
page. Dade
Monday, en route to Daytona to re-open the candidates for the various Piecinct No. 2, state and county C, motion, it was ordered that the 8. Vanland Ingham, clork 13 6W <> '
his well-known Florida curio and fruit Attorney and Mrs. Geo. M. Robblns county offices. Mr. Dean says they are It. Stewait J. Myers, It. C. Scrlmgooui ; road marked, viewed and laid out as per It Knox, chm. street com . H 5(1It ( -
establishment In readiness for the tourist left here yesterday for Pittsburg, Pa., having a very exciting political campaign clerk. J. I'. Goldsmith. report of viewers beginning at the north A Bobbltt, . 'ZOtrO

season. Mr. Mackenzie was associated where Mr. Bobbins, as a Knight Templar In his section. Federal J. 8. Hnowden, L. B. White, end of Banyan road to connect with the Brady A. Ilro, mulo feed, eto lit lit B!

with Mr. C. Harding Williams (now will attend the til-annual conclave Among the pleasant callers at the F. A. Losley; clerk, 8. D. Oelger. county road at the north line of lot 14, Pritchard A Son, hardware. 2 irIJ

deceased) last winter, but Is sole proprietor of Knight Templats next week. From Citizen office to-day were C. II. McCauley Precinct No. 3, state and county J.D. is hereby declared to be publio road as B Pritchard, collector. . 60 01)

of the business now, there they will go to Point Caswell, N.C and son, of Ridgway, Pa., and Chas.II. . Hatter, Geo. E. Chester, II. L. Black; far as right of way can be obtained, the Board of Trade, rent 4 MlR

-Several Titusvllllans are attending on a visit to Capt. and Mrs. It. P.Tdddison . Walton, of Titusville, Fla. Mr. clerk, A. L. Hatch. same having been posted according tolaw. U Jones, hauling dead mule. 2 .'.(

the Stetson University, at DeLand, thin and will probably be away McCauley Is a prominent, wealthy and Federal I). F. Ben], A. N. SI at has, J, made S A Kettles, attending mule. 'i'JSiTiie

winter, among them being the Misses until early in November. Masters Rufus well-known raihoad lawyer, and he and P. Sawtell; clerk, W. II. Sharpe. His Honor, the county licenses judge, Issued Board then adjourned.I .

Aline and Daisy Brady, Fred Scobie, LeSueur and Richard accompanied their parents. his son are guests of Battery Paik hotel.Mr. Precinct No. 4, state and county II.S. his monthly the month report of of which
and Winua Gaulden. Messrs. E.L Among the down-river people in McCauley, jr., will spend the winter Williams, J. M. Brown, Theo. Deinroe; during wast examined and approved.On >eath of MIh Corf.A .

Brady and Ceo. W. Scobie accompanied town this week were: Tax Collector E.W. on the Florida East Coast, staying another clerk; 8. S. Jones. Covar motion, the road report of J. 8. Ik
month at the Battery Federal W. O. Patterson, E. -
and or more
their respective daughters Hall, Capt. W. II. Sharpe, Sharpes; clerk E. C. Johnson. Keene, J. T. Bevllles and Alonzo Cook letter to the Advocate, from a Boston
will follow later In Fisher ,
son to the institution on Monday, returning Assessor J. F. Wooten, R. N. Andrews Park. His parents F. ; received and notices ordered to be
Tax of
and J.E. was subscriber, : "Many your
5 state says
home The the season Ashevlllo (N. C.) Dally CI tlsen Precinct No. county
next day. young
F. E. Clinton, Cocoa; Capt. according to law.On .
II. J. Stewart W. II. II.Gleason posted East Coast readers will regret to learn
ladies their Oct. 'i.Change. M. Hodgson, ,
will be missed by II. II.Gleason ,
greatly Smith W.
II. D. others
Houston, J. clerk, W. B. Durton. petition of A. Chrlstensnn of the recent death of Miss Marian Cory,
numerous friends, who hope, however, Eau Gallie School Supt. Jno.II. ; for road from White City
; Federal J. T. Hnell, Geo. C. Houston, a public the bright and charming young daughter
to see them here again during the Sams, Courtenay; S. F. Olbbs, Melbourne of Steamboat Schedule. clerk, A. It. Hodgson. to line of F. E. C. Ry, beginning at St.Lucie of I'rof. and Mrs. Chas. B. Cory.
Christmas) holidays. Our betot wishes R. A. nardee, Sebastian; C. E. Boynton; river tho half section Una of
; Capt. Precinct No. ff, state and county S. F.Olbbs on Her sweet, youthful face will be sadly
go with all the students. J. N. Waller, Ankona; G. W. Parks, Commencing Monday next, Oct. 10th, 8. M. Martin, A. J. Good; clerk, section 4, thence east to the east line of missed at the Canaveral Club ( of which
Stuart D. St. Clair Nisbet, Walter section 3, township 3)1) along said township member also
; the steamer St. Augustine, of the I. R.A F. C. Conkllng. Prof. Cory Is a prominent ),
WHITE ENAMEL BEDS CRIBS', Curtain Sweeney, C. R. Sanders, Indlanola; F.V. B. B. I. N. Co., will leave Titusville Federal M. G. Ellis, G. M. Brown, F.H. line to the Intersection of the county at Palm Beach and Miami the coming

poles Toilet seta.FTJHjerrrntK. Harper, Courtenay; L. A. Lyman, Melbourue Mondays and Wednesdays at 5:30: p. m.. Fee; clerk, C. J, F. Campbell. road and F. K. C. Ry, the Board ap- winter, and her sudden passing away I
T. V. Moore, Jensen; K. B.Raulerson J F Bell, J Lawson and C II sad blow the bereaved s
Stork, ; arriving at St. Lucie River Tuesdays and Precinct No. 7, state and county E.B. was a to parents.I
Titusville, Fla. Fort Pierce. All the above Tb u rsdays. Leave St. Lucie Rl ver Tuesdays Arnald, It. A. Conkllng, F. W. Corn- took* to mark, view and lay out the am sure the pink paper and its numerous
were guests of the Indian River hotel. and Thursdays, arriving at Titus stock; clerk, C C. Carroll. same, and make their repott to this readers will condole with them la

ville Wednesdays and Saturdays. Federal W. Washburn, D. E. Miller Board the first Monday in November.A their grievous loss." sI

*'lne llesldence and l Ineapple Town Ilegtatratton Books. H. C. Stark; clerk, W. P. Arnold. number of bills were audited and

Plantation For Sale.A Precinct No. 8, state and county W.A. ordered paid. For Sale on Hay HUcayne.
Special Bale of Millinery Lowder, Geo. B. Hall, Frank Foster; The Board adjourned to meet on Monday
The town registration book* are clerk R G. Hardee. the 10th, to revise the registration

most beautifully-located villa and now open at S. W. Carroll'* store.S. For the next ten days, to make room Federal, Paul Krosgel, T. Lawson, S.K. books, according to Election Laws of New stone house and three acres of

Plantation overlooking from high G. VASUJDWaBAH, for our Fall stock.Oabd.ieb Michael; clerk, II. Y. Ilardesty. the State of Florida. land, fronting on Bay Blscayne, overlooking

bluff the picturesque Indian River; in Clerk. A Walker. Precinct No. 9, state and county J. Caps Florida and the ocean; on,

the centre of the pineapple section; large 8. Hnell, K. B. Raulerson, Tboa. Paine; House for Sale.A rock rood, four miles south of Miami. {

roomy building* and oat-houses. Modern Wanted to Kent, Wanted for Cash clerk, A. M. Sample. Highest point on the bay.
conveniences; Inside toilet arrangements Federal O. 8. Tucker, J. 8. Keene, P.P. 200 acres on* mil* north; & acres In

baths, sewerage; boat-house and furnished Fresh fruit and vegetables In small Cobb; clerk, C. F. Oimstead. good, substantial, well-finished, young grove; tenement bouse, etc.
P'er' ; lawns, shrubbery, flowers and 15 In Florida, a desirable, well prompt returns.Cor. Precinct No. 10, state and countyneary nine-room, two-story house for sale InTitusville. Might exchange for unencumbered In* j9i
residence also small furnished ; Tho DeSteuben C.A. Will sell If sold soon. com or farm.E .
* * la best quality pineapples. Further ; A. Floubsot, Whipple. *. J. cheap property
particular, Address "8, 1st and Poplar Sb ., Robinson; clerk, T. V. Moore. Inquire on the premise*. C. Dbarboric, i

ofW.. O, Wnrxars, care Advocat Titusville* office, Fla., ki[ Ga.shipments Federal C. F, Wolfe, A. J. Olds, E. M. D. L. Dodsox. Cocoanut Grove, Fla.

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the trees all winter, as It is likely to befrosted. aratlon of the immense amount of Important JABBS' BARGAIN.A OEORG MARX. Jonjf marjT

Those Dreadful Sores But further south, for instance Information gven| In the book,

In Dade county, where there Is not frost has had, the co-operation of the officials Tb Whml Vu All Knd."Look Klght.. bat Dear Intho

to fruit there Js nothing of the Southern Railway. The distribution
Wholesale Dealers In
They Continued to Spread In Spite at her, said Jabbs aa he
needed but capital an$ enterprise to, enable of this magnificent volume will doap
of Treatment but Now They are jumped from his bicycle at the corner
Heeled A Wonderful Work. the growers to regulate largely the incalculable amount of, practical good where half a di&en of his friends were GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE...

time of, ripening and thus secure a market In calling the attention of the world to watching the procession of wheelmen."There's .
For many years I have been a great
when the fruit Is wanted. the South and the Southern for benutyi
at time Railway a daisy regular -
sufferer with varicose veins on one o( mylimbs. 131 and 133 Kant Hay Street and 6 and 8 Newnan Street,
My foot and limb became dreadfully Take such a superb orange as Hart's has demonstrated its faith in the future All the latest;, improvements. No

swollen. When I stood up I could Late or Tardlff, which is packed with of that section by the expenditure of the chain and strong without being heavy.

feel the blood rushing down the veins of the most delicious juice, dense, heavy many thousands of dollars which this Nobody has a better wheel and it fits '
me just as though it was made to measurements ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE
this 11 in b. One day I accidentally hit my In the hand, and remains so, hanging on great woik must have cost. Those who "

foot sgnlust some object and a sore brpke the trees nearly all summer, and assist are fortunate enough to receive a copy "It is a! fine one," admitted one of

out which continued to spread and was such a tree with timely Irrigation and of this edition de luxe, which Is sent the crowd. "Most have set you back a We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and <

exceedingly painful. I concluded I fertilizing, and it is hardly possible to with the compliments of the company, good deal for it." guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed.v.JL '
Mood and I beganUklngHood's and Give us a trial and will be '
needed a purifier your Oranges Vegetables. you pleased.
In a short time exaggerate toe profits that might bereaped. will prize it as a most valuable addition "That's where you're off. I'm too fly

those dreadful riarsaparilla.sores which had caused It Is In some such scientific to their library. to pay 1100 for a riding machineHain't MARX BROTHERS, Jacksouvtli,., F|
she a dandy? And, just among
manipulation of the orange as this, securing
to heal. I
much suffering began
me so "
ourselves she
kept on faithfully with Hood's Barsoparlllu the finest of fruit at the nick oftime'when A Narrow Kscnpe. "No!", cost me exactly $11.60.

and in a short time my limb was the season in the north demands Thankful words written by Mrs. AdaE. "That's right. If there's a bargain CHAS. IB TT vdC dc CO.ta3. .

complete iy healed and the sores gave meno it, that Floildii must seek her Hart, of Groton, S. D. "Was taken lying round loose anywhere, you can DEALERS IK

nio'ri aln. I cannot be too thankful salvation as against the clumsy competition with a bad cold which settled on my bet I'll find it. Nice looking young fellow
Fine "V lnes 3L I
for the wonderful work Hood's Sarsaparllln lungs; cough set in and finally terminated .< icaLijiors
of the fat-witted and sleepy was going through here on a tour.He ,
ling done for me." Has. A. E.Gilhon In consumption. Four doctors lame staid 417, & 410 XV.
tropics.DcafnesH. gave mo up, saying I could live but a weut iu one leg and at l! y M.,
Hitrtland, Vermont.lOOCl'S the hotel, thinking that he would come
short time. I gave myself up to mySaviour JACKSONVILLE, \
Cannot bo Cured determined if I could not stay all right again. He didn't, became discouraged FLA.m

pariiiaIs with my friends on earth, I would meet run short of cash, mil finally RICH winks create gi ...l \

By local applications, ns they cannot my absent ones above. My husband offered me the wheel if I'd buy him a Inutile thy lilooil.sour Don't MK r make wine tin I,, ,n,nuke ',i
tlio lii'sb III f.iot the One True Blood Purifier.Hood's reach the portion of the car. There is was advised to get Dr. King's New Discovery ticket home. Jove, but she's a corker I cheap. It Is not. Jt lius ,i nM\\v tZ,

Pills cure all liver Ills. 23 cents.JACKSONVILLE'S only one way to cure deafness, and that for consumption, coughs and You fellows better let me buy your greeable effect upon the \itU'ii |,,],
is by constitutional remedies. Deafness colds, I gave it a trial, took in all eight wheels for you. gives good-wine you is tliat really pulled-roceihei not expeniih. u?!
is caused inflamed condition of m'
by an bottles. It has cured me, and thank SRtlsfle fefllnit.
the mucous lining of the Eustachian God I am saved and now a well and Just at this point two detectives came KIT* We make a Sperlaltv ot v.rtii(,,
GALA WEEK. Tube. When this tube Is inflamed you healthy woman." Trial bottles free atF. long. One of them took a good look atJabbs' Una Mountain Dew lorn \\hihke\ tin,.

have a rumbling sound or imperfect S. Chaffee's drug store. Regular size wheel, went by, made a bandwagon yeitra Parties old, $1.50 living per In gallon.Dry To n |l ,

hearing, and when It Is entirely closed, *>Oo and $1. Guaranteed or price re turn and returned, examined the well to order from us, aa w< ,h .n
readers who fortunate
Those our were deafness Is the result, and unless the inilamation refunded. wheel, compared the number with one tliem 00 i>er cent,on all order*

enough to witness the gala week can be taken out and this tube in his notebook, called his companion SST Always send money with worn,
festivities held in Jacksonville last restored to its normal condition, hearing Vtewlll not open new account, unit*
year and the led the
two "daisy" off between suitable Jacksonville reference l
> cUn.
will be destroyed forever; nine cases out Tree will return to Her Majesty's, No Goods sent C. O. I> to Dry
will be pleased to learn that the Executive them to the station house. Jabbs swore To ni
of ten are caused by catarrh, which is London, in November, at a date not yet yw pi Committee of that feto have decided nothing but an Inflamed condition of the announced in Grundy's copiously and made a bold start to get llrewersand itottlers, Indian ipoliv, hi

to hold tho gala week this year on November mucous surfaces.We definitely Sydney out a writ of replevin, but he thought Hercules Malt Tonic, $2.20 per ease; Clayton & Russell Wild Cherry Brandy, $4 ISO jicr cane,
adaption of "The Three Musket better of it, and is now hunting the fellow
22nd, 23rd, 21th and 25th. The will give One Hundred Dollars for

programme, which Is given below this any case ot deafness (caused by catarth) eers." he made the deal with. Detroit
that cannot be cured by Hall's CatarihCure. free Press.
week, is a most elaborate one, and
Send for circulars .
; To be Is to be honest tobe St.
a gentleman Fnlatka, Fla. K. Bay Foot of Catherlo
there Mill be plenty of entertainment J. CHENEV & VO., Toledo, O.Jt2rSold Wind Won, na Usual, In Spain. *

d.iy and night during the week. $10,000 by druggists, 73c. gentle Is to be generous, to be brave, There was great jubilee and there

will be expended In furnishing amusements to be wise, and, possessing all these would have beeu feusting in Madrid WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY

qualities, to exercise them in the most had provisions been cheaper."Shout ,
and many new and novel ideas MAGNIFICENT PUBLICATION

are to be presented. The railroads have UPON THE SOUTH.TIIUKSDAY. graceful outward, manner. Thackeray. stranger, shout I" urged the Manufacturers of
highborn hidalgo. "An American town
granted an unusual low fare, so all can
The Sure LaGrippo Cure. was completely detroyedl""Ah
Lumber and Lath.
go- The wonderful progress which the by Gamara's squadron?" inquired Cypress Shingles

The following gives the events for the South has been making In all lines of Industrial There Is no use suffering from this the stranger."Well ,
dreadful malady, If will only get the
four days of the gala week: commercial and intellectual development right remedy. You are having pain all the information from American A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, slilnglei,

TUESDAY. has been most fittingly set through your body, your 11 er is out < f sources says it was destroyed by acycloue. lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cyprestmouldings

10 a. m. Annual convention of Mayors forth In a magnificent volume, which, order, have no appetite, no life or ambition What that may be none of us of all patterns a specialty.
have a bad cold, in fact are completely know, but it, surely means some form of
and Councllmeo cities of Florida. after months of careful preparation, has When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see ns.Re .
used, up. Electrio Bitters is the Spanish power. At any rate it was a
.1 p. m. Parade of fire, police, street just been Issued by the Southern Rail only lemedy that will give you prompt great victory. New York World.

and sanitary department of city, and exhibition way. and sure relief. They act directly on

by (ire department. This book, the title of which, "The your liver, stomach and kidneys, tone Preferred III* Illusions.Bonter .

8 p. m. Fnntastio parade.WEDNESDAY. Empire of the South," conveys an Idea like up the a new whole being.system They and are make guaranteed you feel Do you know PlantagenetJenks THE SOUTHERN FUEL & SDPPLY Company.

of Its character, Is beyond question one to cure or piice refunded. For sale atF. the poet?

10 a. m. Annual convention State of the most comprehensive and at the S. Chaffee's drug store. Only 50 cts. Tharpe No, but I think great things

Good Roads Association. same time artistio publications ever 1m- per bottle. of him.Bonter. Wood Goal Coke Brick Lime Cement
Let introduoe .
aae you.Tharpe ,
sued from the It contains nearly
11 Annual convention Travelers'Protective
a. m. Thanks, no. I would rather
hundred four hundred Change of Steainltoat Schedule*
Association. octave pages, over think great things of him. Brooklyn
Yitrifled and Sidewalk Brick.
3 p. m. Bicyclo races. exquisitely printed, illustrations, and Commencing Thursday, Sept. 15, the Life. Paying

8 p. m. Historical and allegorical parade. makes a presentation ot Southern interests Steamer St. Augustine, of the I. R. & The Difference."Funny .

in all lines of human activity, 11. II. I. N. Co. leaven Tltusville Mondays
world, this," said the politician 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla, Telephone 2Ci.J. .
which for thoroughness of treatment has and Thursdays at tlHM) a. in., arriving atSt.
Lucie River and to the dentitt."How's .
Tuesdays Fridays.
never been approached. K. MUNNERLYN General Manner.
10 a. m.-r-Foace jubilee: Returning, leave St. Lucie River Tuesdays that? ,
:i p. m. Horse races. The opening chapter of the book under and Fridays, arriving at Tltusville "You pulled Brown's tooth and he
the caption of "The South Yesterday and said that it I
Wednesdays Saturdays. quit aching at once. pulled
8 p. m. Trades display.FMDAY. The service between Sewall's Point his KP" I Invite your Attention to my Complete Stock of
To-day and To-morrow, discusses in abroad nose and he swore that it ached
and Palm Beach was discontinued onSept. worse than ever I" Detroit Free Press.
and forcible manner the present
10 a. m. Military parade. 10. -* HARDWARE AND CROCKERY *-
and future of the Southern States, treating
3 Athletic Bui Its Advantages."Goodness .
p. m. sports.
at consldesable length the vaiious

'8 p. m. Fireworks. interests, such as agriculture, cotton, WANTED this SEVERAL state to manage T1UT8TWOUTHY on r business Per-In are Blanche, don't tell me Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns, All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware, Granite
summering at t What
you Yaysyunk
tobacco. Iron, coal, resorts, climate eto. their own ancl nearby counties. It Is mainly ware, doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, ice cream
office work conducted at home. Sulary straight a frightful name to heud your letters tools
freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, garden ,
SCIENTIFIC ORANGE CULTURE. Following this are chapters devoted to guou a year and expenses deltnlte, bonatlile, no with!"
more, no lens salary. Monthly 75.' lleferences. plows and harrows, paints and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry netting
each of the states south of the Ohio and Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope, Her* "Oh, but the Rosebank postofllco is and barbed wire,

Potomac, and east of the Mississippi bert K. liens, l'res., D |>t. At, Chioatfo. only a mile away, and the walk every
rivers. day is beneficial. New York Herald.tp Harrison Bros' Heady Mixed Paints..Please .
The growers of pineapples more particularly
Bis Winning Plea."Prisoner Write me fox* Prices. i respectfully solicit sp*
those who raise them undercover These give a interesting sketch sod Downs. tloniof your patronage. Mail Orders given IToinpt and Careful Attention, and Jnquirln (01
of the early history of each state, and said the stern looking prices answered promptly.
and of
are studying means
ways The Idler Good
judge "stand Have many ups and downs
up. you
3VT. 2Z2. OH .TJ33H3IX,
then touch all its important activities
producing fruit all the round upon in
year says to say before sentence is passed upon your profession, I presume.
the Times-Union and Citizen. showing the progress being made you?" The Actor I should twitter. Look "West Palm Beach, Fla-

This can be done, to a certain extent, not only by the state Itself, but by the "Well," the culprit responded as he at me. Doing the wild man in the basement

by setting the plants In succession, forcing leading cities. arose and looked around at the people all day and ucake walk on the roof

them by Irrigation, etc. Since the The author of the work, Mr. Frank who filled the courtroom almost to suffocation at night. Talk about ups and downs I

freeze the orange growers have considered Presbrey, Is a close student of Southern "I had intended to follow the Indianapolis Journal. Magnolia Grocery.
more than ever before how they progress, and in thecollection, and prep advice of my counsel and suy nothing.I'm The Hetort Courteous.Joues .
paying him well for talking
doing my
could distribute the ripening season but still I have decided to take advantage and Brown had quarreled and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in

throughout the year, and prevent the of the court's kindness in affording were sarcastic. "Hm I" sniffed Jones."If STAPLE

gluts which used to occur In early winter me this opportunity to say something I had you by a string folks would AND FANCY GROCERIES

when the cold weather in the north that I have hud ou my mind ever say what a fine monkey you were."

rendered oranges less desirable than they since this trial began." "Yes; but they'd want a man to take Butterine, 14cts. per pound.

would be in the spring. Many men have "Very well," the judge urged, "the charge of the two of us," said Brown. Write or call for our Cash Trice List, which will please you.

roplantod or rebudded with a view of obtaining court ia ready to hear you and to weigh Pick Me Up.A. 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
well the words you are about to utter. "
early and late Setting Star."You Telephone No. 235.
oranges very very "Thanks? the prisoner returned."Now .
planting lightly of the mid-season varieties I shall be able to take my sentence are the sturof my life," said

which mature in the dead ofwinter. philosophically, whatever it the rooster fervently
tie. What I wish to say is this, 'Re "Well, replied the hen as she moved EASY RIDING.Dc
in the direction of the barn .
Much can be done to make the orange member the Mainet' "your

accommodate Its ripening to the demands Then, of course, he was given a minimum star is now about the set." Sandusky All the time and speed when you
Register. want it is a great feature of
sentence. Chicago News.
of tho market, as it is one ,of the
Biliousness, dyspepsia, loss of appetite
All (lood.
most plastio of trees. The severe drouth diiturbed sleep, headache
nervousness, High Light*.
last spring has caused, In some trees, giddiness and drowsinessv wind and pain Ethel I've had fully a dozen offers
or fullness of the stomach after meals, cold Sleep rests ns, because while we sleep of marriage lately.
three distinct blooms and three
settings chills and flushing* of heat shortness of hope and fear,sleep too.A Maud Mercy, mo I Good ones? Here are some Keating points for your consideration:
of fruit, the last of which are now only breath these are the blank cheques of cynio doesn't want other people tobe Ethel Yes. All from George. TitBits.

as large as cherries. Trees in this state physical bankruptcy. Take them to happy, because then they know he is The Frame makes itSTROKG.
physician and be will Bit them up with the
have been known to bloom In September. name of some more or less serious disease:. failure.A .

The fruit grew well until the cool, Every time that you carry one of them, to man who never makes a fool of himself They Meed It.Biggs The Construction makes it
him you draw out some of funds in I wonder why they the
your seldom understands why lie isn'tpopular. sent
dry weather of winter when it DURABLE.
came on, the Bank of Health. Keep it up, and there Spanish officers to Annapolis?
turned yellow and moat of It fell off. In will soon be no funds in the treasury. '
The man who suffer* from these disorders When a woman seta out to bo a professional Boggs Probably to teach them gun The Bearings give It
the spring the few remaining oranges and neglects them will soon be ia invalid, she always makes aauocess nery. New York Journal.A SrEED.

turned green again, began to grow, and the relentless grasp of some fatal disease.If of it. The
in August were of normal size and of he ia naturally narrow chested and shallow Some children Mew Tu*. Double Roller Chain
grow in spite of FLT.Up .
lunged, it will probably be consumption up Admiral MAKES IT
good quality. : if his fether or mother died of paralysis their Indulgent parents' efforts to kill Cervera. he sea
As he our deck, sea he hill down hill the
paces : on tour road track
that have borne or some nervous trouble, it will them while or
Again, trees very young. "Oh, I waa the admiral of a fleet
heavily and were therefore somewhat probably be nervous exhaustion or prostration Woman is created without a sense of That I thought, alas, could never be beat. lt HaS N EUal' <"
or even insanity ; if there is a taint Jn
But it seems the Americana knew Send for
strained, have, delayed blooming until the family blood, it will be blood or akia humor, because wheu a muii ia laughed At liiaat they to this occasion rla.Oh their bis. Catalogue.

the following June,, and the resultant disease; If he lives in a new or a low, at he doesn't propose. how I wish I liad slatd at Cadis!" KEATING WHEEL
swampy country, it will be malaria; if he The man who knows it all misses a Cerveia, be ma, w>< be. COMPANY,
fruit did not ripen until the next April lives life of it be rheumatism.
a espoaure, may Middletown
good thing in not knowing who Conn.lliicklcu'
people .
There is just one safe course for Admiral Cervera, he ,
months the see
they being ten on trees.
would like to hear him tell it.
1ft a man to follow who finds himself out of On the deck of the liloui-cster, ses he:
Growers generally do not take much sorts and suffering from the symptoms The man who has bad to cut his o* m "My fleet has bunted and gone up the spout;
stock in this "June bloom," or in any described. It is to resort to Or. Pierce's grass never finds fault with the man Bottled up first, it is now bottled out.Oh s Arnica Salve. No Cure No Pay.
Golden Medical Discovery. This medicine
other unseasonable bloom, for the resultant whom his wife hires to cut it. Chicago dear me, how .Americans shoot 1 The best Salve in
makes the appetite keen, corrects all disorders Ain't 1 a copper sheathed prime galoot? the wor d for cuts, That ia the all druggists sellGROVE'S
fruit usually does not amount tomuch. of the digestion, renders assimilation Record. I tried to skoot, but I shot the shoot," bruises, soies, ulcers, salt rheum, fever way T0M
perfect, invigorates the liver, purifies Cervsra, he ses, aes he. sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains TA8TELES8 '
But It shows the persistence and ,
for and Fever.
and enriches the blood and builds firm, corns, and all skin Chills
determination of the orange to bear a healthy flesh and nerve tissue. It cures Admiral Oervara. he sea.As tively eruptions, posi simply Iron and Quinine in a tasteless
cures Files
almost all diseases that result from insufficient UU Touag With he views the wreck, ses he: or na pay required. form/ Children love Adults prefer
and if the efforts of the It is \t.
crop every year; or improper nourishment of the "He lived a bachelor until be was "Now,what will I aay to the folks In BpalnTOaaookst guaranteed to give perfect satisfac it to bitter tonics. Price. *
tree were only seconded it would doubtless brain and nerves. Bronchial, throat, and 60 and then married a woman Do I dare go back there again I tion or money refunded. Price 25o. per nauseating

ftt present its owner a paying crop an even lung affection*, when not too far advanced enough to be his daughter." young I'm unbottled, undone an egregious mt.Sere's box. For sale by F. 8. Chaffee, druggist.
readily yield to it. where I from the war arena flit, Wherever find patience, fidelity
annually. "I took Dr. rterec's Golden Medical Discovery "Daughter? Why, she was young rieaee, Mr. Sampson, may I have a fltl"Cervera [Remember, you fina
the for Resema." writes T. W. aaruhatt. of No. he the Advocate, Titus honor, kindness, truth, there you
northern part of the.state It Is 448 enough to be his seoond wife. Detroit aes, mi be.
vllle does
Witt Street. Bunata, N. V, 'and k Philadelphia JI' th Jtmerioaa. all kinds of job printing. Give respectability however obscure and loneI -
Journal. ,
not desirable to have fruit hanging on letely cured me." us a share of your work.]
I ly men may feel.


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takes but an ordinary mini to return HODGES & GODFREY

M. Bobbin*. Walter S.Quhih.JBBINS -i iiixult. The ,
} Blow That Knocked Fire and SmoVe an ntipry nni-wer to an

A GRAHAM, W'if. S' thBor<""a'>c<, orthe Town of From m N.rro*. Head. extraordinary man is he who, under
The Legislature of ISDT under
,,"require,, mfortl, that,an,, "annual" tmn hloctlonl.ehelIonTbe " Negroes in the south have a habit of such cirrnniKtauccs, hulils lihm ATTORNETS-AT-LAW, sticking matches, toothpicks aud cigarettes well under control that he controls his Florida did p three Joint Koaolutlons
proposing Amendments to the Constltutli-n oftho Yellow
Pine Lumber
ficK Hours: From 10 to 12 a. m., FOUKTIt MONDAY IX OCTOBER behind their ears, and it is m common adversary also. State of Florida, and the samo were ajtrood

and 2 to 4 p. ni."itusvilib of eavh year.or thing to see one of tbem, when Persia onco poxscsHed snch a> man to by a vote of three-tilths of all the members ,

Brevard Co., Florida. the Hoard l of Alilermen' 1' Mmor anil JonM rrei.l.leiit asked for a match, pull one of them out and was clour sighted enough to make .lolut elected Kesoluiiona to each House were;entered that the upon vote their on said respective HOt'Oll a DKKSSED,

Box, 108. said town, ilo hereby give notice Acting time Major of of the closely kinked wool just over his him a judge. He was the chief judge ofBagdad .Inuriuiln, with the yens and nays thereon Orange Hoi Heads,
and did
they deM-rmine ami illrool that the
Ill practice In all the courts state and fed A>f ELECTION WILL ME HEUMmSl1flng > ear. Frequently they have a dozen of in the reign of Caliph Hadeo Hiiiil Joint Kcsolutious tie submitted to the Fruit A Vegetable Crates.
more stowed there. Not long and his name was Aboo Yusuph. He Klwtorsof the Suite at the (leneral Klectlon In
tjlferlal facilities for examining and perfect- r theM0"Uy "f 0ct0'""-.A D 18118, the away ago November, tstsl. Lumber delivered at any part or Indian River
land titles.riNOK an Atlanta policeman, whose beat includes was a very wise man, for ho knew his Now, therefore, I,John I,.Crawford.Secretary on through bill of lading. Aiijene contemplat
TWENTY-FOURTH DAY OF OCTOBER "Rusty row, a favorite resort own deficiencies and was actually of Htate of the state of Florida, do lierehy itlve ing building on the Fast Coast, would do well to
18S1H write for
notice that prices. The Sawmill Is situated on theJ. -
S. JONES at the Court House (there town ham for idle negroes, bad occasion to arrest sometimes iu doubt as to whether he aOKNRRAL ELKCTION .,T. & K. W. lty o miles south of Palatka.SHtsiiiiiitlllKlits .
!' Twn ' for he e a notorious vagrant, whose main occupation possessed sufficient wisdom to give a
"ouOne Putnam
of the fnllnwing otllci will lie hold In each in co., Fla.
rs, to-wlt: decision in shrouded cnuntv Florida, on Tues
and the just cases peculiarly
Mayor. was fighting draining day next succeeding the Hrst Monday in Novem
ATTOENErATLAW.tuSVlL One Marshal. beer kegs left in front of barrooms. in mystery.It ber, A. >, lsus, the said Tuesday beiii the

E BUEVARD CO. One ColU-ctor" of"Taxes.soVof -OmC'0Tre8. This man, a* usual, resisted arrest is related of him that on one occasion KIG11T1I DAY OP NOVUMHKK, Choice . .
FLA. ek "rcr B"a A""e-
Ta 8k nl and attacked the oftloer fiercely. The after patient investigation of facts, for the ratllloation or rejection of the said Joint Wines Llquora

of Brevard Ami Three that Aldermen. officer'saw that extreme measures were he decided that he had not sufficient Resolutions profxislnir Amendments to the Constitution ,
bounty Judge County.L. ralil Election shall bo helil accorilLwS' of the Htste of Florida, aa follows, via
oV'rff.ri.' *"0""f C"alter No- *** tueI necessary and, drawing his club, aimed kuowledge to pronounce on the case before . and Cigars.

further itlve. notice a blow at the negro's head. The result him. There was in his presence a ARTICLR MI. Guaranteed Pure.

GAULDENATTORKETATLAW-, Stewart muTm. E. English that are J.ai.imlnVeTl'jiYc R' was as alarming as it was unexpected.As pert courtier, one of those men who Section 1.1, of Article XVI, shall lie and Is
Res amended rend Hold reduced
so as to as follows: at
the club came in contaot with the take long to learn that wisdom and impudence
ttKCTION 1.1. The sureties upon the official prices
1 nitS Mu"y ne' of. I have hereunto set man's head, just over the left ear, there are not closely related."Pray bonds of all Htste,IJuunty and municipal officers
inrjLa1i.CBV"r'' th > of sai.1 town v>my be was a cracking sound, and from the half do you expect" that the caliph shall be residents of, and have sufficient visible Import e ITokay
Pfflll practloe In 11 the Courts of the State 14th day of property unencumbered within the Htste, not
September, A 1> ,
$f jfloriila, and the United States Courts.JO. [Seal] UM. tongues of 4>lue, sulphurous flame shot is to pay you for ignorance? he asked, exempt from sale under liural process, to make
MINOR 8. JONES, to the at disadvantage. liood their bonds: and the sureties the from Italy.
.Box,838. TITU8VILLB, FLA. Atte"t! Acting Mayor. out. The negro dropped to the ground, hoping place judge a official bonds of all county anil municipal upon officers

Money to Loan. jg 8.O. VANLAXDIXHHAM, and the club fell from the officer's shall reside wittiio the county where their John B. Togni
Cleric. nerveless hand, while a look of wild "I do not," was the mild reply."The principals upon such bonds reside, ami shall ,
lave snftlcleiit visible and unencuniliered
eyed amazement appeared on his countenance. caliph pays me and pays mo well In such county, that is not exempt property from Metropolitan Saloon, 121 East Bay St..

GOLDSMITH, for what I do know. Were he to attempt sale under legal process to mskii itoiMi their llabllltv -

NOTICE OF ELECTION.To He had hit people with the same club to pay me for whut I do not organised on such iml bondst Provided llutirantoe, "That any duly JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
responsible or Httrety
before in fact, rather frequently and know the treasures of his empire would i'ompaov, either foreign or domestic, lawfully Wholesale anil Retail......
ATTORNET-AT-LAW doing loudness in tills Htste, miiv Imwnie and bo 1
blood bad sometimes followed the blows, not suffice. Youth's Companion.A accepted aa surety on all such otllcial bonds."

the Sheriff of Brevard but never before had they drawn flame The Largest and Most Complete
County, of
usville, Florida.J. the State of Florida: and smoke. lie was about to leave the Fascinating Stranger."A ARTICLR MIL Establishment South.GEO. .

place hurriedly, not knowing what b Worcester mini," says the Worcester Sect Inn .111, of Article V,of the Constitution of

KNOW TO.of State that I of, John the State L. Crawfor.l of Florida, ,Sec do had done -when his victim sat up and Gazette, "who makes frequeut the read mate as follows of Florida: Is hereby amended so as to S. HACKER & SON

WEBB, hereby give notice that a said reproachfully: "Go vray, man I trips to Europe fell in with a fasoinuting 8KCTIOX 3n. No courts other than herein ,

GENERAL ELECTION Von done splode all my matches and stranger the last time ho was across. specified shall lie established in this Htate, except

ATTORXEY-AT-LAVV, will lie held iu Brevard County,State of Florida, swinge my ha'r offcu my haid. The The stranger, who may be designated road that Commission the Legislature with Judicial mav clot lnwnrs bo any In ltall-all

Fill practice In the Courts of the 7th on Tuesday next sucreedinir the First Monday officer was so much relieved that he as Ferguson because that does not milters connected wltu tho fimctlous of their

cult, Taxes paid for non-residents In Noveinbor, A. l>. M the said Tuesday being broke his record by letting the man gc sound at all like his real name, was an office. ARTICLK it
rents and accounts collected.usville EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER his way in peace. Washington S: yr. American, his manners were those of a
Add tho following as Section 34, of Article
gentleman, and he seemed to be well III.
For One
Representative of the Second Con What Stanaps tha Gentlemaa."In supplied with and tu know a
Kressional District fif tho State of Florida in money SECTION 34. Immediately upon the I inpnaohimintor -
the *itty-sixth Congress of the United States. all questions of manners a young great many people worth knowing. In any officer by the Mouse of Representatives
FRIES C. E.COTJNTT For One Justice of he shall be dlsiiiialttled from per
State of Florida for the full Supremo Court of the man should always remember that, conversation witii tho Worcester man forming any of the duties of his office until aniiitttel -
term. while politeness is a good trait to acquire one day Ferguson said: 'Worcester is a | by the I4enate, and the Uovernor, In
SURVEYOR.i For One Justine of the Supremo Court of the such case, shull at mice appoint an Inciimlieiitto
State of Florida, for unexpired term of li, s. courtesy is infinitely better," charming city, aud I have some very till such office pending the Impeachment pro
Ltddon,resigned. writes Edward Bok in The Ladies' dear friends there. I presume you know ceedings. In case of the Impeachment of the
i legally surveyed and subdivided.I'plng For One Treasurer llovernor, the of the Senate, In
of the State or Florida. Home Journal. "Politeness is manners, Colonel K J. Russell? Ho is an old and the death president or casoof
resignation or inability of the
For Two
neatly done. Estimates for of Four Railroad Years. Commissioners for the term but courtesy is heart. Mingling in.good highly esteemed friend, to whom I am lrosldont of the Senate, the Speaker of the

kinds of engineering works. Disoci For One Railroad Commissioner for the term of society can give us that veneer whiob deeply indebted for many favors.' House lending ot the Representatives Impeauhuieut shall proceedings act as OovernorI against MANUFACTURERS OF

lines Two Years. the world calls a polish of manners, and "When tho Worcester man returned I lie llovernor. Doors Sash Blinds .3.3t
a specialty.csville For One Member The votos oast In with sslil ,
of the House of Representa true politeness is not to be made little home, he met Colonel Russell one day compliance ami proPosed -
tives of the State of Florida. amendments, the canvass, declatsi-
Brevard Co., Florida.EOROE For Tax Assessor. of nor scoffed at. Politeness is a fine and in course of conversation remarked returns thereof, shall bo subjected to Moulding & Building Material.Olllco
that he bad met in who the same regulations ami restrictions as are .
but is a man Europe
For Tax Collector. art, an art pure and simple even by Taw for Deiieral Klectlons in the

For County Treasurer. at its best. Infinitely better is the cultivation said that be was nn old friend. Colonel Jirovldnd Florida.teThe A W'nreroom*. King, opposite

W. ALLEN, For Three Meinliers of the County Board of of that courtesy of refinement Russell thought for a moment, and then attention of the Sheriff la called to Cunnon Street.Charleston .

Fubllo Instruction. which enters into the feelings of otherl he replied : 'Oh, yes, I remember Ferguson the Klectlon law requiring to be puhllsned him to In ciiiish a newspaper a Notice of printed said

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW For Justice Justice of the Peace in and for the follow and holds them sacred. It is idle to say very well I I ought to, for he In the county, If theru lie a pa|>er In t lie conntv, S. C. t I !
ing Districts, viz: No. 3, No. 5, No. 6, ami if there lio nc, published In the ,
West No. 10, No.II, No. I J, No. 13, No. 16, No. 17, that courtesy is a relic of old fashioned lived with me for seven years once. It county, he shall cause at paper least Ave copies of tht.
Florida. No. IS, No. la,No. 20, No. 21. days and Is no longer looked for. It ilas was when I was warden of the state Notice to tie (Misted In tho most publio places in Sash Weights Cord and
Pill practice In the United For Constable in and for the following Justice at Churlcstown and I will the county.IN ,
States much the current coin of good society prison say i !
Districts, via: No. .).No.4, No.8, No. 0, No. T, TK4TIMONY WIIRRF.OF, I have hereunto
| State Courts. 0jun95R. No.8, No. 10, No. 11, No. 12. No. 13, No. 14, as it ever was. More than any othel that Ferguson was one of the quietest sot my hunil mid slllxed the Oreat Seal of Hardware.
No. 15, No. 16, No. 17, No. 18, No. lit.tV element or gracS in our lives it is instantly and best behaved prisoners that I ever the State 'if Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, mKM
The attention of the Sheriff la called to had.' this the With day of July, ISIM.L .
\ F. H. HOUGHTON the law requiring him to cause a Notice of said felt and recognized and has an ( 8.] JOHN L. CRAWFORD, Window and Fancy Glass
Election to be published In *
a newspaper printed unfailing influence. It calls for respect
of State.To .
In the county, if there be a paper in the county, Secretary A SPECIALTY.BO .
and if thers lie no paper published In the county as nothing else does. OourteBy of munner Joseph I*. Ilrown,Sheriff Hrevard County

DENTIST.rtona he shall cause ac least Ave coplea of this and courtesy of speech are the glf tla A Fertlaeat U r>tloa."Soldiers .
Notice to be posted in the most publio places In "
the young man should cultivate. today tu rags? YEARS'

Florida, county.IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I nave w bore are tlioir eoiufort bags?" EXPERIENCE
hereout> Bet my hand ami affixed the "Spells" of Southern Negroes. Women folk wonder."Where FRILLS OF FASHION.
[L. SJ Ortut Seal of tfio State of Florida, at are the needlebooksIxive
Tallahassee, the Capital, this the 2T>tll There are numerous harmless"spells"which stored in suoh aafu nooka, Colored cords nndtir thin mutorials of
i ALPH E. SMITH, M. D. day of August, 18m. are regular observances in th< Lest men should blunder F"Where
all sorts is ona of the new faucios.A .
lives of the southern
JOHN L. CRAWFORD, average negroes.
Besides the root chewing the track lifting ere tha thimbles, thread. coHtumo of dark bluo velvet is one
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.iclalist sep2-nov4 Secretary of State, Buttons, et oot, love sped
etc, they have a love philter offrogs' Off to eaob dear one! of tho coolest looking dresses imagluublo. -
To J. Brown, Sheriff, Brevard County.r s
in Genital, Urinary an Rectal legs cooked in still water, and the Be who's In rags today Mahk.OcaiQNa .

Diseases. aahes of a bat are powerful enough to With such an outfit," say A dress of very sheer material istrimmod
"la onel
They, a queer Cot>v naHT
Located at Placide Hotel A Lost Opportunity. keep away a rival or an enemy. To # with nurrow satin ribbon put Anyone ssn<1ln a sketch and Ac.msy I

The Chicago Record says that sometime make a dog stay at home they cut.oil "Tattered and dirty men t on in Kroupa.Tho qnfnkly astMirtatn our opinion free. IlimniinilTrlADK whether snIns..
be shiftless then.My InvHiiUiin Is prohahlr pattloiisstrfotlyOfiiiSdniitlaL
:k8onville, Florida.peapple ago a young orgnnist secured permission the tip of his tail and bury it under the They must goodneN graoioutflDidn't newest sleeves are closo fitting. lAitmt lIsndbnoknn I'atsnte
f rse. i siisliny for SMttirlliS patent
to practice on the big organ in doorstep. To make a wife obedient they we In thuae bagaFlaue Those miidocf thin materials aro puffed latttts tshnn usttprrbUnultcs Munn A Co. reoslvssnnt

the Auditorium. An elderly man walked "draw her pictur' and hide it in the with nloe, new washrsga. or tucked and have frills of lacu falling* without charge, Iu the

Orange and Lieinoit in and took a seat a few rows away shingles. Thus, waking or sleeping, Cakes saponaceous T"Wherever over the hands. Scientific American.rjirmMtt .

Land For Sale from the musician. The young organist there is a constant forcing or counteracting round the flag
Cheap.J Among the favorites for summer wear A hunrtnomi-lT lllnntriitfirl wMtttlr. nlr*
noticed biui, and was encouraged to"show of destiny. Philadelphia Times. Duu rally there oar beg. dilution or mny niitentirJtt JtmrnAl. T Love sent, pursues them. are tailor wade white pique skirts. i four monlb-t, L I4u.il bjr l. nawt1n I ra.MUNN .
J hare for sale 80 acres of pineapple off" and do a few tricks of playing Laden with things tu blesa They are usually worn with white poroale & Co - New York

Id on St. Lucie river, a few miles be7 for his audience. He rambled on Men who now comfortless or lawn shirt waists. Ursuch Omae, rw, vVaaalnatou,U.C.V&ff .
Eden, 40 of which being northeast for an hour, and the elderly man sat What Ha Is Delas;. Heeui ne'er U> use them I"
Black and white laoe la
Irter of northeast quarter of section there, apparently impressed. The young She I wonder where) General Weyler Plain now 'tis to be seen a popular

[township 38, south of range 41 east; man tired at last and was about to look is all this time? Men can't ksep elad. or clean combination. A very sucoessful style is T>jJfo.AfiMJ t rvn/wyt
laoe band with tha
i other 40 is the northeast quarter the organ when the elderly man approached He Oh, 'he's writing up accounts oi When tbey ere swlnmilnCp black yoke yoke I

southeast quarter of section 3, him and said in broken English the battles he's going to win when he to their necks in blood.airs. itself and a collar of white laoe.Tho tm
asks "CudTbey
jrnship 38, south of range 41 east. that he wished to play for a few min joins the Spanish troops. Philadelphia O'ltourka, wiu they women?" military idea is Browing rapidly.

The above land can be bought for $10J Press. Boston Oloba, There are chevrons, stripes, frogs, belts,

acre. It is suitable for pineapple, utes."They don't allow any one but an epaulets and jewelry of all sorts and

Inge, lemon or lime growing.JVill descriptions with military suKKcstlous.Laoe .
experienced orgunist to touch the instrument
bo sold in lots of 40 acres, for fl
|h. This land will soon be worth (50 said the young man loftily. aoems to be the best liked of all

acre.pply. With a little Kestnre, BUKgestive of trimming materials. Large quantities

to C. n. Walton, Advocate meekness and humility, the strangor Brewer's Humane Work.A of it are used, especially on the waist,

Ice; or to Robbing A Graham, Titustf presented bis card, "Alexandre Guilmant while only a small part is employed on

Paris." w4ll-io-tio Rhodt Island lady, ivMo looks a/ttr tht tick a/ fur tily, writu tog. the skirt.Tha .

Then it was time for the young organist Dr. Harlman of htr practical txptritnc* with 1'druna.is number of different flowers worn

to swoon. He bad missed the blessed with some good on one hat is startling. For example, a WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS
ASTED-8EVER.AL TRUSTWORTHY Persona chance of his life. For an homr he bad hat in sailor had violets
shape roses
In this state to manatee our business inprown WUMANITYMrs. Hitmaritans. Mrs. LizzieM. ,
I and nearby counties. It Is mainly been entertaining the great master with Itrewer, of 1U0 High forgutmenots and lilies of the valley asa
work conducted at borne. Salary straight
j a year and ex|>enses definite, bnnatUle, noT homemade drivel. Ht., Westerly, R. I., ia a trimming.A .

<". no lens salary. Monthly TS. References. noble woman who devotes a great deal of time and money dress of whlto and pink organdU
f e self-ailiiressed ttamneil envelope, Herh Where to Carry Stamps."Business .
Hess, I'rest., Dept. M, Chicago. have various ofenrrying to earwigfor the sick of Westerly, She has been for has the skirt entirely covered with liar-

men ways" several years one of I'e-ru-na's strongest row rufiles, edged with lace. The waist i io r. si-UAt. i o *. vot. I'llI

their powtuge stamps, said friends, and under dute of March 17, 180*, she is made baby fashion and the gulmpoU What PEFFER'S NERVIGORDid!
the other morning
the stamp clerk writes tha following letter to Dr. Ilartman, made of the same silk as the lining Jt am* puvTttrfuli/ while sitting in his chair at the stamp nth am full. Vounif ttien rH lrt lout DiniihiHHlt oi Columbus, O., the originator of Pe-ru-na: or underskirt.A r cov r youthful vlwor. Aba *ltitly window in the general postofllce. "A Ml 4a CmN 4*rvw * !* yli.lli.< t
who their letters "Your welcome advice Is at hand, and my princess costume is made of white Imnottnfy, Nlrfhtly FmlMlwu. Umm%!**/
good many men post *llh r * f' .. M arr. W!! 11-
have one or more stamps gratitude is unbounded for the privilege Ienjoyof crepe de vhlue. A V shaped front is of and a/I *!frct of *lf mhuatt or i-ereisvi ami
here always
consulting so renowned a physician itutiacrttiittt, W r of them their lace, and this is outlined with rows of
1832. about them. Some carry as yourself, always receiving such prompt narrow black velvet ribbon. .The waist 7011 htifftfiiitf.Jt rlwlilN r.grf*)tvr prt>dfc* Innivton bv* Hk
stamps in stamp cases, but the economical and satisfactory replies to tar questions. fntf HKKFKK'M MKllVK.dR. o* i-nit for It.t'n .
tinder the baa epaulets outlined with the velvet, t> man carries his stamps And what amazes me most Is that this pwr. VI p r ho or lor MA, with A. r** alMv
S0TT0N band of his hat or in his pocket* 'can be done year after year, with unfailing and there is a broad sash of black velvet. U r!(. * (ia rtitvr mw M r.d lb*

"The other day a young man called certainty, free of charge. I The sleeves are plain, with bands of

OFT SEINE TWINES.A for'five twos,'and, putting one on a have learned thatyou have become narrow velvet ribbon at the wrists.

letter which he had to mail, he took to thousands and thousands of New York Ledger.jraanlM's. Hold by J. IJ. Screven, only. til !
Perfect sturgeon ,
households the same beneficent
out his watch and opening the back ofit
CABLE MACRAMC. guide and adviser.that you are
COR08 .Trills.
*no the remaining stamps into
household."As .
EMORY JOHNSON, o > a os .. mm.MOODUS the case. Tbey don't stick to the cover, my for your free books, I read The watch pendent from a brooch of Royal-tansy pills

CONN. and that is about the best way one can them everyone, and treasure. their corresponding design shows no sign of

carry stamps if he has a watch. New contents as the choicest wisdom. I waning favor.Tha jirsrniM'ovKnr. cvrnriL ..
A asw,rsliabl* oa 'reu (furiup.pr.wwd.
York Sun. nave uard Pe-ru-na in my family oollarlesa bodice the very last eiowmrve, eetMiSy or p.lnilm
Mrs. Luzix M. BHBWaB. tor over foor veart J fln(1 it a Bur# in dress for ofeourse ii uratlon.Mow u.1 sy over SOeOwl
fancy day summer
4l e. InvltforatM hM Oman* Itw*
IX is easier to make a record for laziness eure for all catarrhal affections so common in this part of the oountry. It means an extended use at necklaces M ef
than it is to make a good living. cures a cold at onoe; there Is no cough medicine that can at all equal Pe-ru-na; of kind and quality. ...iIikI, In tf p plain r bos wrapper, smalt, buta.n.l SI. 4 SvnS* la
Jn hi for la gri ther. Is no other remedy that can at all compare with Peruna.I every tamps for partioalar a t4 Sy
as pp.
bovine seeds of men
many great It ri
The success InnHi or .fclrm PK Walt 4>
f esirava aaeenbscansetheeost iof men's brains. notloa in modloal Journal* and from tha testimony of my neighbors that th. All tha thin materials are made over
cultivation wmU4 on Inferior srstls due to theix use of other doctors seem quite unsuccessful In treating la grippe, especially in removing a silk slip out deraltraid and full, like

coat always of Uw largely heat exceeds and dearest the orl seeds 1nal tow The success of many great men is due tha after effect*of la grippe. From persooai observation In many caaes I know tha dress itself, and trimmed with ruffles Sold by J. 1$. Screven, only.

had. The keel la always to their use of other men's brains. that Pa-ra-na U a sure specific for these caaea. I am among th. aick a great to add to the fluffy effect around I'i'
cheapest. Fay a Irlile suora for invalids with Pe-ru-na, simply because)
Chicago News.If deal in o r Hty, and hav supplied many tha feet.An .
I am enthusiastic in my faith aa to IU results. I have n.ver known it to fail to The Adyocat. Is still giving away,
FERRY'SSEEDS a man could yell as loud in proportion quickly and permanently remove that demorallsad state of th. numaat system attractive flexible bracelet consist free, tobacco seed of the finest frrade.

to his size as a baby can, telephon* which follow* la grippe, of seven moonstones sat in gold Call sod get some, with Instructions for

companies would soon be unable to declare "In oaaaa of weakneaaaa peculiar to my sax I am sura that no other remedy can and linked with heavy chain. Its cultivation.82F" .

dividends. Atlanta Constitution. approach in good result,th*action of Pe-ru-na. It meets all the bad symptoms Favorite sleeves ara small, long and

ajj "'e v>y.g* yonr snoner'e worth. to which females ar. subject. Tha Irregularities) and nervousness, tha debility wrinkled. Among colors bias
;?\ Flea ennta ear paper e.strwbwa. and misery, which afflict mora or leas tha woman from girlhood to change ofUfa turquoise jitIt
*"*. Aiwas the beet, awed Annual free.A' People who think they are misunderstood on. and all mat and overcome by your excellent Pe-ru-na. I wish is just now in tha ascendant and gives Alt communications for this paper
be addressed "Thi Advocate
-D.M.FEIMV a CO..Detroit.We-. often are really understood too every young lady in our city could read your book Health and Beauty.' Any tha finishing touch to the most stylish TItusTllle Fla." This will Insure Immediate

well. Chicago Record. ona wishing to inquire of me further can do so by enlcoalng a stamp for reply. white toilets. attention.,




Quite an excitement haa existed
A.WSBKLT JOURNAL DBVOTSD TO THB D V fcommT The usual monthly meeting of this
or tub indl&k bitbr, laeb throughout our county, and outside To th* People of Brevard County: Board was held this week at the courthouse

WORTH AMD BiaOAVMB BAY SECTIONS. of it, by the rumors that have Notice from Hon. J. E. H. Hodgson, Titusvllle, with S. F. Gibbs, R.N. .
been in circulation during the past chairman of the late Democratic Convention Andrews, J. S. Snowden and Jno. n.Sams .
PUBLISHED KVKBY FRIDAY.Charlk week, and while unjust criticism that I was nominated by the In attendance. The following business Grain Hay Feed Garden Seeds Flour Gft
convention for representative, has was transacted : ,
has been indulged in by many, we been duly received by me, and I hereby The treasurer handed In his report for
H. wamow, Editor A Proprietor.Dinoontinuance feel that justice to all requires usto say that I accept the nomination the month ending Sept. SO, 1808, which Meal and Cotton Seed. Meal.
make a plain statement of the with grateful thanks to the convention was examined and ordered entered onminutes.
of advt mniit b made per- and the party.I .
matter.By Mineral Ash kills all kinds of Insects
for Gray Harmless
Agent ;
tonally at this office or by writing. may assure yog, in justice to myself SCHOOL FUND RECEIPTS. to nnu,
the action of the Republican that I did not seek this nomination 1808.Sept. beast. Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations. *

County Executive committee, Mr.C. ; and in justice to the many young 1,bal. cash In bank C 00 67Reo'd
Check,etc.,may be made payable to CharlmH. T. SlcCarty, at his own request, and able democrats in Brevard county from E W Hall, tax '07. . 30 72 Office: 1 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLCHAS.
Walton,publisher and proprietor waa withdrawn aa the republican I ought to say that I had no reason to Poll tax, '1)7) 17 00
and expect it. But, having been called, I State treas. tax, '03 2 00
Address all communications to candidate for representative, will serve if elected to the very best ofmy '94 40 N. WELSHANS
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, Mr. E. P. Branch nominated in his ability.I / '05 3 12 ,
place ; at the same time Mr. John hope no bitterness has arisen in '0 5 51
TlTUSVIIAB, FLOBIDA.U. McAllister was withdrawn as the the contest for the nomination, which

republican candidate for county will democratic endanger party the In supremacy the county.of Certainly the $155.42PAYMENTS. CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER

8. Department of Agriculture assessor; and Dr. G. W. Holmes, I have not spoken an evil word ,
Weather Bureau Jupiter, Fla. their candidate for member of the nor had an evil thought against my Sept. 30, J F Williams $80 12 00S 00R
County Board of Public Instruction worthy and distinguished competitor; N Andrews 8 00 **
have friends far I have
nor my so as
withdrawn and in their
The following is a comparative statement was heard, said or done a single thing that $100 00Oct.
of temperature and rainfall for the places Mr. J. F. Wooten for assessor could give him pain.I State Agent Ij. & M. Paints and. Oils.
week ending Tuesday, Oct. 4, 1898, and Mr. R. N. Andrews for mean to visit as many points in 1, bal. cash on hand. ,$ 55 42
1897- Ordered that Mrs. Irene Penningtonbe Old 'Phone 8. >o\ 13
1808MAX. the I the month Hogaa Stiw
member of the Board of Public Instruction county as can during ; school ,
Ml but, as I shall not be able, of course, to appointed to the Rockledge JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
were nominated; both in place of Miss Folk, resigned. That ,
0 see all the people, I will here take the
87 7 of which latter gentlemen were the liberty to state some of the principles the schools at Sliiloh and other places
8(1 7 nominees of the Democratic Convention which I advocate : be opened, with apportionment as follows

87 7 held at Fort Pierce onSept. 1st. I do not believe in caste or class : Shiloh, $125; Waveland, $125;
Dixons $100
81) 7 Mlcco, $00; Bovine, $100; ; .HAMMOND PACKING
7 21st and 22d, 18)8.In distinctions, civilly and politically, Wah Wah or Goslingvllle, $100; Addi-
. .
but am in favor of equal rights to all
80 8 justice to Mr. Wooten, it sons or Cow Creek, $100; Taylor Creek
classes under the law and the popular
Total rainfall for the week: 1.00 Inches should be stated that he has assured institutions of our country.2nd. (Raulersons Ordered that) $100.a neat school house be (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.)

Departure from normal rainfall for the many friends, upon hia word, I have ever been in favor of built at Valkarla, also that material be
week: minus 2.02 Inches. Departure 1 that he declines, and positively refuses fairness in elections, and shall always Immediately ordered for that purpose.On OUR SPECIALTIES :
from normal rainfall since January the republican nomination, vote to strengthen the hold of the people W. J. Braddock coming before the
minus 10.18 Inches.J. and that his intention is, and always on the ballot box.3rd. Board to protest on the behalf of certain "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
W. CitONK, Observer.IJKEVAIID'S I have long believed in the citizens of Sebastian against B. F. liardesty's -
has been, to support the democratic principles set out in the Chicago platform appointment, it was ordered that "Coin Special" canned meats."Calumet" .

nominees as made at the and think they ought to be clung the matter remain as at present. hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet"
DEMOCRATIC Fort Pierce convention, from Hon. to till a fair trial is given them.4th. The following bills were ordered paid: .

STATE AND COUNTY Henry L. Parker for representative I believe in the Railroad Commission R E Kennedy,school No 0, salary, 50 00M leaf lard.
and think its hands should be R Mahaffy, No 102, salary. 40 00It
the last named the
TICKET.Ropre to man on strengthened, if possible, for the full H Pindar, No 103, salary. . 35 01) Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .
ticket, and that he knew qothingof correction of existing wrongs in trans Eliza J Powell, No 100 50 00N
his nomination by the republican portation. W Robinson, No 104 . 25 00J compound lard, sausages

nON. h. L. PARKER. committee for assessor, or of 5th. I recognize the importance of n Gibbs Sams, Supt member, salary Board.for Sept.. .. 75 12 00J 00SF and all Packing House Products.
Tax Assessor: their intention to do so, and repudiates the Ashing industry to a great part of S Snowden, " 4 00RN
J. F. WOOTEN. it entirely. We believe our people, and believe, under reasonable Andrews, 8 00C FLORIDA BRANCH : Jacksonville, Fla.B3T" .

Tax Collector: Mr. Wooten on his pledge.We regulations for the protection of & R News, stationery for B'd 5 00J
food ilsh, that the right of fishing Write us for quotations, and will be pleased.
E. W. IIALIi. admit that circumstances U Sams, bal. due exam. fc to
should be fostered and preserved to
Treasurer: throw shadow views but meet Incidental expenses
a on our our people.Gtli.
JOnN HENRY, N N Penny, reprs S house No 44.Pritchard .
we hope our readers will bear with Experience and observation & Son, material.Brevard .
Board of County Commissioners. : us a little longer, until matters, have taught me that too much lawmaking Co S Bank int. warrant. WATCHES CLOCKS
R. is as great an evil as too little,
MENDEL.W. now clouded, can clear themselves Miss Sue Hopkins, grading com. ,
and I therefore believe that certainty Mrs S B Brady, ' "
II. SUARPE. up, as Mr. Wooten haa promised and applicability are the true principles Miss C R Sams, ' "
JOHN HOUSTON.J. his friends to make a public announcement of legislation.7th. Levy Bros Co, warrant book, . Jewelry Diamonds
that he will support I am not pledged in any particular Advocate, pub. notice of exam. ,
Board of Publlo Instructions Hon. Henry L. Parker for matter to any man or set of
representative Sonvenirs Wedding Rings and Presents.
U. while ,
men, and I yield to no man in
and the entire democratic
devotion to my friends, I have always
M. DIXON. ticket, by every means in acted, and mean now to act, according AntiRheumaticPOWDER.
his power, and that his nomination as my own conscience shall dictate
For Congress, Second District of Florida as the republican candidate for assessor and the good of the people may re ( SPECIALTY.
ROBERT W. DAVIS, was made without his quire.8th..
Of Putnam Co. knowledge and against his wishes. To our young democrats I may, .. Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way. R. J. RILES,
For Justices of the Supreme Court: as an old man, say that the ways of 223 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, FaSlLVERVWB
And must admit that
we we are
R. F. TAYLOR, and intolerance lead to heart
Alachua Co.F. surprised that the republican committee burnings and disappointment. Whether For Strengthening the Body, Preventing
B. CARTER, would tamper with any I or any other man on the ticket be Lumbago, Rheumatism, Tender
Jackson Co. man's name without at least consulting defeated by the republicans, may be a Aching Feet, Corns, Bunions, etc. All
small thing; but, if in heat and haste
For State Treasurer!. him.We divide it be found iriitatlons of skin, from eruptive diseases !
J. B. WHITFIELD, you your party, may ...
Leon Co. beg our readers to pardon us hard to unite it again. As in the ancient or any cause. Itching Piles, (Salt
for giving so much space to this fable of Aesop, the only hope of Rheum), Ring Worm and Eczema.

For Railroad II. E.Commissioners DAY, : matter, but as we believe that the the breed republican dlssention lion and of division Brevard among is to Massage treatment will be greatly enhanced Raw Furs Skins Hides Wool Beeswai,

Alachua Co.J. necessity of the occasion requires the democratic bullocks. So much by the use of this powder. Used ,

M. BRYAN, it, and in justice to all, we have done, he may pull down this one or by all first-class operatars. Tallow and Skins.
OBceola" Co. given it special attention, so as not that one first, but be'' sure he will devour All of the above are greatly relieved, Alligator
them all before he quits.1'raylng .
to injure To show and cured. In conjunction with the Indicated
Hamilton Co. any person.
that God may bless our And will pay the highest Cash Prices for them as follows
our readers the publicity of this party and country, and whether you Homcepathlo remedy.25T" Dry Flint Hides 15c. Otter Skins, good 3.noto (
alleged deal, we may say that may be pleased to elect me or not, Iam 2">cts in stamps. 25cts. Dry Salted Hides 13o. Otter Skins, poor 50 to 150
Supposing the peace commission* \Ajax," formerly editor of the as ever in duty bound your faithful Green Salted Hides 08c. Coon Skins, good, 20 to #
era fail to agree, will the matter of Cocoa and Itockledge News, told a and humble servant, SAMUEL EDEN. M. D., Dry flint deer skins 18c. Coon Skins, poor. 05 to Ua'
Dry Salted deer skins 15o. Goat skins. to
the Philippines be submitted to friend in Jacksonville of it, and Fort Drum, Fla.,< BROOKLYN, N. T. White wool,'prime 18o. Sheep skinsAlligator 10 to

arbitration, or will hostilities be one of our most prominent merchants Sept. 28th, 1808. 1.110 Bushwlck Avenue. Black wool, prime 16o. skins, 7-ft.. 1.00
resumed ? was also told of it in DeLand.We Burry wool, prime 8c to 12o. 0-ft.. 65
think that it is our duty, as a Beeswax 25o. 6-ftJ.. 45
Tallow 2o to 03o. 4-ft.. 20
Evert man, who has not yet public dispenser of news, to try 15
Ginseng root, per lb > ,$ 2.00 3-ft.
paid his poll tax and wishes to and correct any erroneous impressions Lumber and Hardware. Young live alligators, loo to 20o each. Reference National bank,Jackson**.

vote at the coming election, must that may be spread . To those who have not shipped to me, I ask for a trial shipment, to get star*
do so at once, otherwise he will be abroad against the honor of our ed. I guarantee a just and liberal classification. Hoping to be favored with your

debarred of his to vote. ourcitizens. shipments, I am, yours truly,
right Brick Lime Cement j Jacksonville, Fla
Voters should also remember that hope and believe that Mr.Wooten Tinware, Graniteware, W. B. NICHOLAS,

the man who bis poll tax will substantiate, by public j:
pays Sewer & Fire
helps the public schools that much. declaration, that his being nominated Clay Pipe.j Stoves, Oil and Wood,

I was by without the republican his consent committee that Turning and Special Work. | Boat and Sporting Goods.Q. PLANT SYSTEM.If

Elsewhere will be found a communication the use of his name by the republican .
from Hon. Henry L. committee was unwarranted, F. PADDISON & CO., Eau Grallie, Fla.

Parker, the democratic nominee for and that be is, and will be, an

representative, thanking the citizens earnest and loyal supporter ofHon.

of Brevard for his nomination Henry L. Parker and the entire CLARKE & you are going anywhere, whether it be to the

to this ofllce, and defining his democratic ticket. From his DANIEL.'X

position. Mr. Parker's letter is in earnest assurances to hia frienda
North Northwest
South East West
every sense of the word a most admlrable that he would do so, we believe hewill. Dealers in all Kinds of ,

one, and will, we have .

reason. to believe, be favorably received. Florida is undoubtedly doomed Fresh and Salt Water Fish, Oysters, Poultry, or Southwest,

to lose two of her most interesting

Jacksonville and Macon will and attractive features if the rapid 653
Oaxxio, oto. Poplar St., MACON, GA. REMEMBER THAT THE
vie with each other as to which extinction of the alligxtor in the

shall have the most successful gala ponds and lagoons of the state, and of and
week. The object to be attained the eggs of the loggerhead turtle Railways
Being the Nearest Manufacturers of PLANT SYSTEM
by such a display aa these two on the seashore, is not put a stop Steamship Lines

rapidly-growing and prominent to soon.
cities of the south will make is
commendable and
certainly ,
very Count Mlkaviekk, the Russian ...
well for the
speaks progresslvenessof minister of fqreign affairs who
citizens. There Port Tampa Sanford Jacksonville,
theirrespective ,
waa recently referred to as "theCzar's
Florida Trade
is doubt that will
no they reap aricb "
master, is perhaps at
harvest from the fruit of their present Charleston Montgomery, Tifton

labors."It one diplomatists of the ablest in and Europe most, astute lie We Solicit Trade of Dealers in all Kinds of Fnrnitnre. AND VARIOUS OTHER r0I>

seems, so far, to have got the bet.ter .

is worth the priceto make a of the Marquis of Salisbury in PAYNE & W1LLINGHAM, Macon, Ga.53T With Its AlltheTearRoundP.
town ao attractive that outsiders the Chinese imbroglio. The latter
Manufacturers of all kinds of Furniture. Write for
will find a pleasure in visiting it." is the great apostle of the "open Catalogue. Is the

So says an exchange, and it is an door for China" plan, while Muravieif Double Service

axiom to which we must all agree.It desires that Russia and France Daily Best Boutf>i

would take very little time, should be specially, favored. The E. McMURRAY Try a Sample of

trouble and expense to make our matter is by no means finally set. OUR $25.00 ONE
own town more attractive to visitors tied, however, and a new turn of & And that all Information can be obtained Promptly by

than it is now. A little attention the diplomatic wheel may display BAKER. HORSE FARM Addressing or Calling onF.

paid to streets and sidewalks a different winning card to that ,
a systematic planting of now anticipated. Salisbury, if wagon; M. JOLLY, Division Passenger Agent

shade trees and a determination to permitted a free hand, will undoubtedly 188 West Bay St., Aster Block,
H Axles, 1} Tires, Patent wheels, double-box, shafts and Spring Seat. yu.
beautify and improve its general be a match for the Russian Bicycles, Sundries, etc. Jackson vUle2.B. <

appearance would work wonders. minister. Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE. FLA. W. WRENN, Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.

"iftjilfWi&i .(p < 3jfWfc
.S* *SSf


l ssakes the taod par*.
wMtmu US'ssllclw.

George Parks has gone to Winter
Park, to attend school. This is his
second year.Mrs. .

Walter Kltching has returned
from her visit to Maryland, bringiug her
father, Mr. Mlchals, with her. B E>OIJLIv PRICES

Several of
our largest pineapple growers
are covering from one to five acres.
Mr. Bessy has just put out seven acres
of new pines. On the whole, but few

acres of have slips.been set out, on log to scarcity H | G-ro-wers..

AKIfl One of our most enterprising men isO.

O. Poppleton, who not only raises .ZL11 jflLJCO-uiTsCl 37oxtJLllasox*.
oranges and pineapples but has a large hihi Kf Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply tous
apiary, from which he annually ships Price $25.00.GUARANTEED .

Absolutely Pure several tons of honey. Mr. Poppleton is ANALYSIS for prioes, and wo will prove to you wo can save you money.
also a valuable contributor to agricultural :

papers.As Molstni* S to 10i STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE,
Ammonia S to SS0to2A ,
news items are somewhat scarce In Kquul to Sulphate of Ammonia... BLOOD AND BONE, ACID IJHOSPHATE,

MOVALMtINQ POWDIft OO.,NIW VORK* our little community, it may not oomo Available) to llone riionnhorlo ruosphate AcltlKiiial of Lime.l'citwh 11 5 to to 13to DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA,
amiss to tell you something about our KJ O z:::;::: 6
beautiful St. Lucie river. This is not a Equal to Sulphate of Potash '. to JOU SULPHATE OK AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS,
river but a sound, extending from the Magnesia,Lime,Soda, eto to SO
inlet, made a few years ago for the benefit S3T" Write for Special Pamphlet.BGF ,
Key West.A of fishermen, about five miles, where COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KA1NIT AND POTASHES.
it divides into two branches. The north Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low
fork extends about six miles and Into the
settlement of the John White estate head flows the "Ten Mile" creek which H prices.

is oot as yet been arrived at. is navigable to White City. The south 1J
fork extends about half that distance. Please Correspond with, us before "being induced to buy from DeulorH. Send for
There promise* to be an exciting
Into this flow several small streams;
between the yachts Swan and
noon Pamphlet.
creek is beautiful
one, Allipattiokee a most
ernell, the stakes to be $150 a side. winding stream, reaching Leesburg,

Frank Maloney has been appointed ten miles away. Where the river divides LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO

ival headquarters paymaster here. His It is quite narrow, and here the ,
lmerous friends are glad to learn of, railroad bridge crosses. On the south
g promotion. side of the river, In Dade county, IsStuart.
The railroad has provided fine
In the lower ofle '
The gutters portion
shipping facilities, and last year over
city are to be paved with brick, and
10MK) crates of pineapples were shipped
en are wanted who understand how to from this dock alone. Our obliging Melbourne.GOOOK Eau Gallie. WHEN IN NEED OF 'fh1
> this merchant, Walter Kltching, supplies the
of prominent citizens Thoa.ilHon country far around with the best that
Three our & OOODK. Roal Estate anil loans.Acent Sherlll Brown was In town Monday
Chan. Richardson and Abe Rob- can be found along many lines of goods.Rev. for iKtna, I/milim anil Liverpool amiOlotie evening.Thero.
its, have recently returned from their Walker, of West Palm Beach, ,and Iniiwrlal Fire Inmiraiire. Special "i :
ip to New York. preaches here the second Sunday In each attention dents.1fnKf. paid to the interest, of non real- is a prospect of the Eureka hotel Lumber Hardware and Paints i

month, to large congregations. The being opened this fall.Mr. ,
Good and Hiss Jennie John-
principal industry is the raising of pineapples
quietly united in the holy and Mrs.Vm.. Treutler are expected
>n were but trees. Mr.Kruger .
are planting
jnds of matrimony, at the Congregaonal many YOU GO TO MELBOURNE call at the home this week.
has about five acres and Mr.Mullihan Mrs. Chan J. V. Camplioll* Co., Millinery
church, Saturday evening last. has just put out five acres, Notions, Dry Goods, Ladies' ready.mailo Some nice showeis have fallen In the Or anything in the line of Building Material

Died, Saturday morning, Miss Marie while others are planting smaller lots.Banyan. Corsets and woven,etc.,embroidery Underwear,and Ferris'colored Renowned silks, past few days, and are just what was

etancourt, after a long sickness. Desased souvenir spoons,Stationery,eta.HOTFL wanted. or House Furnishing goods, Tinning orr
was one Key West's roost accomllshed J. D. 11. Smith and family have removed
musicians, and her loss will besenly to Banyan, whoro Mr. Smith will
felt. BKLLEVTTE, MELBOURNE, FLA. engagoin winter gardening. Plumbing, do not fail to write
lively view of Indian Klver. In a sheltered
The Are In the wharf coal has not asit S. Jones and J. R. Carter, of Tropio, situation. Superior accommodations. Moderate The steamer Courtney Is again making
been extinguished, and it will probity were In Banyan this week. rates. hor usual run, looking nent and trim
take some time to do so as it is very J. A. Booth nnd Geo. W. Warner, ofBrantley W. It. CAMTOELL, l'roprletor. from her recent overhauling. EDWARD STIXJITG,
n'icward to get at the seat of the conigratlon. -
tills week.
were here Three of our young men left last Monday

Sugar cane ten feet long, with matured HOTEL RIVERSIDE. MELBOURNE, FLA.,. for school. Kingan Hodgson to resume "THE BRICK STOKE," 1
General Agent W. J. Jarvls, of the F, be here.Trux overlooking Indian River: homelike acooin.moilatlnns his studies at Stetson Univorsity,
joints, seen growing
. C. Ry., assumed.the duties of his may and pood hoard. Rates $l.ftO per DeDaml, and Arthur Bonnottand Joseph
week, according to
ilay or fO.OO to (7.00 l>or
lice at this place on October 1. Mr.arvis Biles has returned from Tampa, location of room. Spnrtnl rate, to Klverpeople. MoAllistor to enter the State Agricultural OOOO V, Indian Rivor, JT'TsVOUIOIT
was for a long while the com pent and will spend the winter in Banyan. CHAS.T. McKIMDE, College at Lako City. We will miss 1it

general freight agent of the corn- There will be quite a fall Crop of guavas. l'roprletor.J. the boys very much.Mrs. .

any, and his promotion is a just reward Several treeB are loaded with Botsford, mother of W. H.. II. SETS I *
services. *
>r past young fruit. 11. Baker returned home from Jensen Scott, and A, S. Botsford, arrived hero

Vegetables set out recently are grow, last Saturday.Mrs. on Tuesday's train to spend the wluter

Miami.C. ing finely. J. M. Field and C. L. Stew, Fred Mack left here last Tuesday with Mr, Sootl's family. Mrs. Botsford's and BERMUDA AND PEAItL.Thlrtyflvo .
D. C
Is nt being
art have some fine egg-plants. for Jacksonville. home Washington, ,
invalid her at her
an sons were gratilled
W. Gardner, of the Royal Palm, has The Misses Mims and Otwell and Ray Louis Lyman left here last Monday safe arrival, and at the ease with which
one to New Yolk on a muchneededucation. Otwell, Bahia, were spending the evening for Rollins College, Winter Park.Mrs. her long journey was made.A .

with friends here recently. Valentine and daughter, Miss meeting of the Town Council was cents per quart, postpaid( *I.IM) per bushel not prepaid. New croc*

Mrs. Cbas. Curry and daughters were Only a much-needed rain with about Helen, were in town Tuesday, shopping. set-for..last Saturday, but no quorum genuine LaFourche CREOLE ONIOV SEKDS; UOcts. per os., 9.I.A0 per pountlpostpaid. < I'ji
Full line of fresh seods for fall planting. Send for list..
scent arrivals in Miami, en route home a 85-koot wind was our share of the returned homo being present no business could be done. price

Key West from Georgia.Mrs. West Indian twister, on Saturday night.A last Miss Tuesday Susie J.from Johnson her visit'to Toung Aldermen Taylor and Gleason Alderman were the L. CAMERON, Seedsman,
in attendance.
Saunders, daughter of the late swarm of bugs arrived here recent and Harris, Oa. Treiltler Is In Chicago; Alderman Smith 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLACHESEBR0 -
They are musical to a fault,
Irs. Julia D. Tuttle has returned home ly.
of View In town has moved to Ban Alderman Bryan
is to the scratch or Joe Chase, Bay was van'
their billing
> Nassau, after a short stayi here.Mrs. to.N. up the other day shaking hands with some is a resident of Miami, and the sand-
causes one
T. N. Gautier and children, also of his friends.Messrs. spurs grow and thrive.Capt .

rank Gautier and family have returned Martin was In our midst recently. O. Brninerd of Valkaria Nesbttt Jias purchased the fine
Nelson declares the island a grand place
> Miami from their summer outing.W. in winter, but says he has done double and L. K. Smith, of Orant, were in town, steam yacht. Silver King, which formerly *

R. Ilarney, of Chase & Harney, duty the past summer. Tuesday.Mrs. ran In connection with the Rookledge
Iho has been north on a trip of some Martha McBrlde died at the hotels, from M. F. Dwyer at a very low
rneks duration, arrived home the early Born, on the 27th Inst., to Mr. and figure. Capt. Nesbitt Is now at work WHOLESALE
Marsh last
L. Tuesday
Miss C.
(art of the week. Mrs. S. J. W. Scott, a daughter; and home of making slight alterations on the boat,
Joel is celebrating the event by having a after an illness of several weeks.Mr. which will tie housed at Rockledge and

There are quite a number of new arIvals big deer hunt up the Banana river. and Mrs. Thomas Chaffee returned will probably use her as a party boat the CJOMMISSON |7lSII JEALEItS

here every day, some en route tooints of Eau Gallie home last Tuesday from an outing to coming season. She is 05 feet In length.11ft.
Smith and family ,
Joe ,
further south, and others to lo- located in the Aspinwall cottage.Mrs. eastern points. Their many friends are fl-ln. beam, and when altered will r*.
ute in the city. are them home more.Mrs. draw but three feet of water. Her furnishings
glad to see once
Smith Is charmed with Banyan. No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New York.
Several of our citizens were slightly Joe is still in the real estate business, E. W. Butler and son, Clarence, are complote and handsome,
oisoned last week, through the accfental but is trying it now with hoe and plow came home last Thursday from Southern and she can accommodate a large number SPECIALTIES: Spanish Mackeiel, Sheopliead, Pompano, Blueflsb, RtJ

mixture of poison with the tea instead of the pen.Georgiana.. Pines, N. C, where they have spent a of passengers.Courtenay.. Snappers, Klngflsh, Trout, Oroon Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks.
rhich they drank. AH, however, have pleasant summer, Miss Jennie Tupper,
ow recovered from Its effects, we are sister to Mrs. Butler, came bock with Stencils promptly supplied. References f urnUhed If desired. 1ll

lad to say. them. It is needless to say Mr. Butler

While attempting to light her gasoline is happy.

tove last Saturday morning, Mrs. J. B.lobarts lot of fine Many of the United States volunteers, D. S. Nlsbet, of Indlanola, was In town FOR SALE Home-Grown
was terribly burned about the Mr. Tuttle brought over a who have camped in Florida this summer last Sunday.L. .

pper portion of her body. Happily, watermelons from his place, Monday. write to say they will return after P. Allen transacted business in

er Injuries will not prove fatal, it isliought The heavy winds and rain did us no being mustered out; some to go into Cocoa on Monday.A # PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS *

and hoped.At damage here, for which we are thankful.Mr. business in our state, others to enjoy the heavy wind, followed by rain, visited

the election for town officers last Bulkley Is still very low. His wife climate and visit friends the coming us last Saturday night and Sunday.Chas. Of the following Varieties :

>eek, the following was the result : has been expected to arrive for several winter. .T. Harper planted a small patch Abbaka Porto Rico Egyptian Queen Golden Queen Ripley Queen SmootZr
ohn B. Rellly, mayor; J. S. Frederick, days. Last Friday evening Capt. C. Beaujean fur the Fall market. ,
W. Uahn and T. N. Gautier, aldernen for a of beans Monday,
of Mrs. took the following Jolly party Cayenne, Pernambaco and Red Spanish.
; R. F. Smith, cleric and tax assesr'Y. Eddie Adams, a nephew moonlight sail: Misses Sue Hopkins, Frank P. Harper went to Titusville on
; F. Gray, marshal and tax collecor Owen, and a friend of his, both from May Pierson, Jessie Goods, Carrie Tuesday, returning Wednesday via sail Apply to O. C. MATTHAMS, Florida Pineapple Co.,
: Chas. II. Uartbslde, treasurer.St. Louisville, Ky., arrived Friday afternoon. Brown; Messrs. frank Conkllng, John West Palm Beach, Fla.SV .

The school opened Monday, notwithstanding Nicholson, Joe Conkllng, Dr. L. Peek. boat.Mrs.. F. W. LaRoche and sister, Miss
the rain and mosquitoes made All report a good time. Madge Whlllock, are visiting friends In

Augustine.Mr. things very unpleasant for the new City Point.J. If you need any job printing, we ..I BUT OR SELL...
teacher.Mrs. shall he pleased to got a share of It,

and Mrs. II. J. Ritchie have arived Taylor has returned" and is busy Fort Pierce.Ooss D. Sams and came reports np the from mosquitoes Banyan on as Confederate Money Bonds Ac-
home from their north.Dr. for the ,
trip getting things in good being bad between that place and Court 5t3T If you receive a sample copy of
C. P. Carver Is here again, after anImence coming of Mr. Lyman, who is expected Tucker paid Titusville a visit enay.Mrs.. the AnvooATB, It Is an Intimation that postage stamps.
arrive In a few days."Uncle It would give us pleasure to add
of several weeks north. to your
last week.Geo. the world. AddresCHAS.
stock in
last Largest
Dnlanev, of Mlcco, spent name to our fast-Increasing list of sub
The friends of Miss Lizzie Smith are and Auntie"the Hughes Saturday, Saeger, of Ankona, was in town Wednesday night here as the guest ofMrs.Jno.il. scribers. It does not uost you three D. BARKER, Atlanta, Oa.

lad to have her in their midst again. passengers to Dr.on Holmes'Spartan and to attend Monday.T. Harus, returning home onThursday. cents per week (postage Included) when

Several of the low streets were flooded going the quarterly up meeting. "Uncle" returned McCrimmon was In town Sunday, taken by the year, and It can be sent to
y the high tide caused by last week's Monday. "Auntie" stayed until visiting ft lends. you In any part of the United States or COTTON ahd t
J. D. CKABK keeps a rrt-claa*Ralnon. Wins* Canada without extra expense.Gunritutco .
''Kb winds. Tuesday, so as to come on the Spartan, Dan McCarty, of Ankona, was visiting tHiera, whi.kles, brandy and ruin. Imported

The St. Augustine Institute of Science as that was more convenient for her.Ankona. in our burg last Saturday. and price doinmtio or liquor clears, from, f S'J mmu-oo n UW and)per elicaretUM.gallon.
eld its first regular Fall meeting onlonday short Prompt attention to telegraph and mall 113 per cent Interest. LINEN NETTING.
evening. Miss Laura Cole returned from a order*. Terms Caab. Cwtoa, Fla.J. ..
visit to PaUtka last Tuesday. U. CKABB, Act.Hardeeville. Eleven acres land, fronts on Indian

The repairing of our streets Is a move John P. fJonk hss left for a few weeks' and Banana River; small cottage, 2 artesian
the the
Let good
right direction. wells, KM) nice orange trees, 14,000
ork continue.Col. F. L. Hamor visited at Fort Pierce last visit in Volusl.t county.Mrs.
plants, shipped over 200 orates
week.C. of Miami, Is visiting her
who Hogg utt season Japan
and Mrs. Geo. L. Eastman, ; guavas mangoes persimmons
of White City, was a recent son at this place for a short time.J. and other fruits Price
we spent the summer months In Ashe- H. Rooks, Is clearing and beautifying on place. fishing tackle;
E. Wilson
i Me, have returned to town. caller at Ankona.W. Waller left on Saturday for Titus his #1,000. Address B, Advooatk office.Titusville .

County Clerk Dunham has returned H. Robinson has been spending a ville, after spending a few days In town.Mrs. grounds.Mrs. recovered Kla. Superlor'quallty Llneii 'GUI NetUnfcC.
has not entirely 111n
f>oni his outing in Michigan, greatly few days with his brother at Eden.J. C. A. Campbell left for Miami on from her attack of measles, but Is Im made from Knox's Scotch tBread.,
The by the change. R. Wilson, of the sloop Noma, was Thursday, after spending a month with proving. ...HENRY A. MEISTER... Samples and estimates cheerfully funwished.
Riders' in being put .
Rough camp Sunday.Mr. her parents.Cspt.
visitor to Ankona, Leads .
a recovered from .Corks, Llnesnetc.J.
: good shape, and will be in readiness for All the children riKST-ci.Ass
n her! arrival from Jacksonville this and Mrs. C. S. Moore are receiving A. J. Lewis left on Sunday the measles and are able to attend 8. JOHNSON A CO*
feek. The Rough Riders expected to congratulations on the birth of a Titusville, to attend. to business matters school, which commenced Monday. The Barber and Hair Dresser Manufacturers,
for a few days.Rev. woll as the parents are pleased
leak camp Id the metropolis on Thurs'J. daughter.Robt. pupils as '
Outlantl held services here to have Miss Bellows, who taught 12t South St, BALTIMORE, an>
Quljfley, of St..Augustine, has Mr. again None but skilled workmen employed.
arrived for the fishing season. Sunday momlng and evening, to large so acceptably last winter.J. Private room for ladles' hair dressing

Will our correspondents please write congregations. V. Sawtelle, not wholly discouraged and Shampooing. Razors put In order. M -TB4M for W\tr Ceat*.
nes sod places distinctly, so that our after losing all his pineapples by lastwinter's ill East Bay St. Bath Rooms. Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak
"tnpoMtors them in corpctly What do you need In the way of has been putting 'oat sea strong,blooU pure. (Os,|1. All dru flsu.
can set type heads bill Palmetto I>rug 8 to re, I>aytona. freeze JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
and letter ,
? envelopes, note several hundred choice varieties, which
heads, statements, tags, cards of, etc JWe Drugs, medicines,chemicals,fine toilet bo Intends to shed, hoping to make' a

I1T the Subscriber name-and-date,your attention slip panted Is drawn npoo work.ahall connected We be have glad a to with first-class have the a share Advocate 1ob department your,- fancy soaps,toilet brashes articles, combs la great, perfumery variety.H. .and tbls successful> highly-prized experiment frail sad can to be prove raised that as The ADYOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing.

paper or wrapper. If you are Id of work. IIcsTos, propr. far north as this.
and all we ask is a thare your
please remit.

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CATLING'S GRIT.. About 74 per' cent of the total energy Trunk
( required for propulsion is expended in The Tropical Line.Jacksonville.

Tho Famous Inventor Puud Throngh accelerating and lifting a car, showing .

Manx Hardships to Final Soeeese.la that if only one-half of the energy stored

spite of a trade with an unhappy in a moving car could be saved tho Tampa & Key West Railway

name there is a kind of bnnmna sooond saving would be very large. By careful ,

thought t a the ingenuity of the death instrument driving a saving of from 10 to SO percent JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver.No. .

maker. He winy invent something might be effected.MWIHMHMMHMMaiaajM..

bo "terrible as to make war Impossible. rs5TrfirNo. = In Effect Jnne 88, *98.Lv. .
This view lends an interest to the Jokelete. 200. 21.No.| 87 No SB "

work of Dr. It. J. GatlinK. the oreatoref Figures never lie, but nnder skillful LocalMixed lllOp1138p 1040 p 9 912a 30 a ...JACKSONVILLE Orange Park,., Loct]

the famous gait that fires 300 shots manipulation theymay.be induced to Tu, To Peoria '

a minute. Our surprlHe to be told that prevaricate to an extent that answers and Sat 1140p 10 02alu Ul.a ,.Green Magnolia.v Springs...v ... faH22H

he is really a tender neurtod man grows the purpose. 3 45a 12 40a 11 00a ,.; Faiatsa....

loss when we know how he was led to When a man begins frankly, "Well, Batsuma Pomona.,.,..

contrive his murderous weapon. sir, I am ashamed to say" he generally 48a 11 90a .Crescent City Junction.. '
Seeing the trainlonrls of wounded has something to tell of himself 5 2 a 162 a 12 0 p Seville.... ,
12 ....DeLeon Springs... ...
638 2 25 a 30pI
and wrecks of regiments return from that be is proud of.A Olenwooil j 1010aI

tho front during the great war for the young composer has just written 'i'lSp 2 4Ua Ol pt ..Beresford.. 223am 2 36pm

Union, he thought of the waste of industry for a soprano voice a beautiful song, entitled '807 12 4(11)ltlp | ......DeLand ...... (fLvAr 2 10 p m266pm

and time and life in sending sr> "Would That I Were Young 438 p 2 88 a 1 lip .Orange-City Juno. 2 ii'a m 2 24 p m
12 48p4S5p .....Enterprise.... 148pmilOSOam I 12paj
It much time
many men into a dendly sorvioe. If war ftgain. has been so Ar TITU8VILLE.LVMt.

niunt slay, what a saving would be a wasted. The woman can't be found 3 4i)|. Dora j
that who will it 4 MSp ...TavaresAr
ingle firearm would shorten the sing
000 a 8 30 a 145p Sanford..Lv 1 40am 1 60pm1210pm
slaughter from months to minutes, and The best thing going -an unwelcome 433 a 3 OOp ....Orlando.. 12 01pmBISpm |Vitp,
finally appall contending armies so that guest 5 10 a 4 W|< ..Lakeland.1. 10 26 p m
) 8 37 a 8 2llp Bartow. .._ 6 lApm 636 am
they would refuse to face it t \ A lady, has written an essay on "The 1010 at 11 lOp Ar..Punt Gorda LviTampa 8 26 pro787pm JloiOpm906am

Dr.. Oatling was a man in middle life Disadvantage of Being Pretty." Most 360 p 6 06p
then, but from the age of 21 ho bad girls are good natured and willing to 760 830 aTu. a 6 46p Ar Tampa Port Bay Tampa..Lv Tbo'p'ia 83Saml ... .

shown skill as an inventor. The first put up with disadvantages. SAFETY COMFORT QUICKTIME LOW RATES ., Thur& Sat8un.Wed.SFri 2 9 OOp Wlp La Port Key Tampa West Lv ArAr 280pm800pm Sun.Mon.Wed Thur&&Frl.Sat

fruit of his genius was a steamboat Man proposes and then goes home ArHavana Lv

propeller wheel. He end ulso originated wondering how he managed to make Finest Culalno and Soroee. No Transf or between Jacksonville and New York.

several labor saving devices for use in such a fool of himself over itA The Fleet it composed of tbe following Handsome New Steel Steamers : Daily, t Daily except Sunday. tMon.,"Wed.and Fri.

cotton culture, made a furrow drill.that Chelsea milkman advertised for a "Cherokee "Seminole." Train leaving Jacksonville 9:12 a. m. arrives Gainesville 1:05 p. m., Ocala 2;00 p. m.. Lw>,hir.3:46p.m. uun
"Algonquin "Iroquois .
Brooksville 6:66p.m. daily.
brought him a fortune from the western boy who understood the milk business, "Comanche" Trains, 1 and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and Tamra.

wheat farmers, and patented a hemp and .when asked what experienoe he North-Bound. and local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open for accommodation of passt'iurem"

breaking machine and a steam plow.He had had one of the applicants replied Steamers to nail according to the tide.rrom Union Station, Jacksonville,at 9 p. m. ,

is 80 years old now, and still in* that he had pumped the organ in JACKSO Xl| FLA., (calling at Charleston,, SundayVei X?". rjda,.. Indian River Steamers leave Tlttiftvllle INDIAN 6:00:RIVER a. m., SERVICE.Mondays and Thursdays for St Lucie Rin

venting. Lately congress voted him chnroh."Still. Forh ur Sing e''Clydo Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers. and Intermediate landings; returning, arrive Tltusville Wednesdays and Saturdays,connectin,

|40,000 for his proof experiments in anew so gently o'er me stealing," as South-Bound. with northbound W B. COFFIN trains., G. D. ACKERLV, *

method of casting cannon. the man remarked who heard a burglar East General Superintendent. General Passenger
to.aU from Pier 2., a Sy/lnr W. Agrai
When he invented his propeller and at work iu the room above him. ComioCuts. Steers are .panted .
foJ ji KioNvil.LE.FtA. at Charleston), MiinfiuvB. Wednesdays and Fridays.Clvde .
took it to Washington, he found that .(calling

Ericsson had just secured a patent for a New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)

similar design and all his labor was Not Up to Onto."Did (Calling at Charleston, 8. C, both ways) Florida East Coast
thrown away. A few years later he lost yon read that interview with "STEAMERS"are Ry.
Captain Evans about the destruction of appointed to sail as follows i
two-thirds of the money he had realized From Lewis' Wharf, Boston,
"and invested from the sale of his Admiral Cervera's fleet?" From foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, FRIDAYS.Clyde's TIME TABLE NO. IS, IN EFFECT MAY 14, 1898.

wheat drill. After he completed the "Yes. It was an interesting story, THURSDAYS

"Oatling gun" a fire destroyed all his wasn't it?" SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (RetvdUpKtite

work and bis patterns. When, a year "Interesting enough, but I have my St. Johns River Line.E SfifjNoBB410p
or two later, he had duplicated his patterns doubts aboat its having been authen
and placed an instrument before tic""Why Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. TBS Jacksonville .... ..Ar
tho Off with ?" Jacksonville,Palatka, Sanford,Enterprise, Fla.and lOUUa Ar.....,.... *......... .St.Angasttne.... ..Lv 6 85p
public, a rascally agent ran The elegant Sldewheel Steamer 4 16p 10 86a Lv..... ..St. Anfnstlne.M.PalatVa. ..Ar S8 pTliip #)
"The interviewer didn't solitary
every oont of the sales. It is a robust put a 4 6Bpll 10a1Kn 'Hinii'i'ii Lv"Xv
quality of soul that can fight disappointment cubs word into thei captain'smouth. "HAKUY O. DAY. Ra E7 ...
Cleveland Leader.A CAPT. W. A. SHAW.Is 4 lop 10 4.1a"rsspiirap J>alatkaAr. ...ArTXv ilia714ft
repeatedly and try aguiu. ......... San Mateo.
Chicago Tribune. appointed to sail at follows t BOw TtOa ... San Mateo. ArZTCr 6 8.1p
Wf Out or IS. Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5:00: p m TNT TTUuaSbHp LLV ...,..!...Ea*. Palatka,.... T3SJ
Leaves Jacksonville, Mondays and Thursdays at 5.00 a m loop ............ >,..Omond 8 0iip
Malaria and Mosquitoes. Trouble (helping his wife clean Leaves Sanford lip 1 lip ............ ... Dayton*.....,OS 2 52nt41p
Professor Koch's of the house) I know 1 won't have to go to NORTH BOUND. 122p .......,. .Port Oraago..., TttftU
discovery active SOUTH BOUND. schedule:. Read up. T2ip l 1p .......a..a New Smyrna ,., 2 Sup 8**
agency of the mosquito in the propagation Read down. ...Oak Hill. .. 144p
war.Mrs.. Trouble Why won't you? ....Jacksonville... Arrive 2.00 a. m. iUnp ..TltusTllle i.... KKp
of malaria may lend to important Leave 3.30 p. m. Palatka Leave 8.00 p. m, 8 8.ip ............ ..City Point..... 12 9t>p
changes in the Administration of Trouble Because a man would never 8.45 p. ra. Astor 2.30 p. ru. m.p see**>.... Cocoa ...... U'ip
quinine for malarial affections. The be able to pass the examination after 8.00 4.30 a.a. ni.m.a. ....St. Francis 1.00 p. m. 47p ..Rockledge 13 18b
12.00 a. m. EanQalile
... Beresford 4 18p 11 4Ca
disovery was made almost accidentally. helping his wife to clean house. Up toDate. ni. ... 11.00 a. in. 4 28p Melbourne 11 U6
...Blue Springs.
8.00 a. m. Sanford 8 00 a. ni.tt.30 SUp .............Sebastian . 10 5u,57a
Professor Koch Texas fever
was studying Arrive 8.30 a. m. .(...Enterprise..... a. m.CenM S0 p .....*..... St. Lncle.......
in cattle which he found transferred 9 25 a. m. Fort Plereo 8 5"m
was Ma Gentl.mam.Eva. eiiop #*(
8 4 ............... Eden... ..... 9 1a
from herd to another St. Jacksonville.Jko. p a*
one and Ticket Office. 204 W. Bay M .
went to a penny reading, Passenger and 8 54p ..aaaaa.aaa.a Jensen ,ta.a.a. uiai
by the bite of a tick. He infected sound she not 7 06p #! .............. Htnart .. 8 55a
when she aetuxned pleased
was HObO HOOttd .. 8 21a
cattle with ticks from diseased and T8Sp .aaaa.aaa* .a.
I ones "I think that new ourate is not a gentleman F. M. InoxMOHOER,Jr.,Fla.Pass.Agt. 7 tip .West Jupiter..., 8 07a
Howard. Superintendent.*
succeeded iu cattle inoculated 20* West Bay St, .
immunizing 8 West Palm Reach. 7 30a5va
He 'The last rose of Foot Hogan St. I
,,ma. sang,
FLA.W. LlntOn.... .,
with the ova of tides from cattle *< aa.aaa.
left blooming alone. Think tup Fort Lauderdale.. 614aSSta
suffering from the disease. WARBURTON T. P. A., THEO. O. KOEK, T. M., .. .. ,. .,
Extending of saying 'blooming I' Pick Me Up.Tho H. 10 22plOBOp aAr. ..... .Lemon City ,
his investigations to malaria, he arrived B BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.WM. Miami Lv SStiaBKTWKKN

at the conclusion that in tho case of the Valiant Summer Girl. P. CLYDE aft CO., General A gents, MKW SMYRNA, AND OKANUK CITY JUNCTION

homan disuuse mosquitoes play the part Dolly What was that bet you made aBowlIng Oroen.New Y W o. Delaw.ro Ave..Philadelphia. H AN.Ti STATIONS.Lv No. 4 No. *

which ticks play in the cattle disease.It p lTRa1188a New Smyrna.. ...Ar.Lv T25P t36s
with Charlie when he went to the front? 80 p880p ..LakeHelen ... 12 40p 4 06 J
was found that wherever there are .Orange City. ... 12 29p
UMp ,441.Big
Madge That I'd go through more ''"'
STEAMSHIP LINE. ,;,.. Jnnotlon U25 .
/ moRquitoes there is malaria. ConverseyS this than hewould. MALLORY a p HlOp Ar. Orange City

ly, whore there are no mosquitoes there engagement. New* York Journal.Qaletln summer. All trains between New Smyrna and Orange City Jaaotlun Dally except Bunday,

8* no malaria. Treating cases without
quinine, Professor Koch ascertained a TltU."Am Florida, New and Boston.
that in malaria, as in other fevers, the loved Philadelphia The steamship City ef Key West of the Florida East Ooast Steamship Company lsa-M
follows definite I the first man you ever From Brnnewlclc, (via Port Royal,S. C.,) to New York. Miami for Key West oa Mondays. Wedaeedays and Fridays after arrival of train from Jao*
temperature a course.By Mabel?" soavUlo, making eonneotlone at Key West with steamers for Havana. Leave Key West > Mp.
examining the blood of a patient tho first I've ever PASSENGER SERVICE.To an. (standard time) on Tnesdaya. Thursdays aad.antardavs,arriving MlaoU nest usralilla
under the he able to tell "Well, you're man make connections with steamers leave Jacksonville on tans* eauaeot with north bound train.
microscope was loved since the war began. Detroit Thursday at ft::00p. m.,via Fernandina,cloBe connection with
from the nature of the microbes the Cumberland Route steamers at Fernandina for Brunswick. Thee*Time Tables show the times at which trains and boats maybe expeeted toerrtv sa4
precise of the development of the Fee Press. Supper will be served Immediately on leaving Fernandina.Pasaenger depart from the several stations and porta, but their arrival or departure at the tinM
stage go at once on board Mallory steamer on arrival atBrunswick. stated is not guaranteed,nor doee tho Company hold itself responsible for any delay or say
disease. This ability is of the greatest A Personal Attrlbato."Have euieeoaeaoee arising therefrom.
importance in determining the most For eepy of ooaTtime card eall at 888 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, or address
yon tasted the new soda water M.T. BEOKWITH, Trafllo Menage*. J. IX KAHNKB. A. O. P. AO
advantageous time at which to administer named 'Dewey?' PROPOSED SAILINGS St. A gutlao._

quinine. Dr. Koch believes that "No. What is it flavored with?" Standard Tlme.> Lv.Brunswick.
Lt.New York,Pier 21E.R3 K p. m., (
ultimately it will be possible to administer
New York World.Owly .
quinine in such a rational and Dinger. 14 RIO GRANDE. .. .Friday, Oct. T.Friday
Friday, ..STATE OF TEXAS.. 14
scientific manner as to avoid the injurious In Theory."What Friday, 21 .RIO ORANDK Friday, 21Oct.
consequences of the quinine "' ''"V.V.VV.V.V.V..".S"TA1E OF TEXAS.....7..................Friday; 28
ia that large item yon have Friday
treatment. This and the establishment For general information, .teamer.. t ra t aH.
charged np to the union?
of health resorts in the mountains will "That's carfare for the'walking dalegate. H.RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick,Ga.O. '
rob tropical fever of many of its terrors. ." Chicago Record.Soro H.MALLOBY,General Agent,Pier 20, E.River, and 3U2 Broadway,N.Y. *

Water Curtain*.
to tho Touch.Mrs. .

against The fire idea from of without protecting by means buildings of a Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad.

water curtain, to be made to fall'all

around the structure, appears to be New Florida and Northern Air Iilne and Florida Trunk Line. MOST EXCELLENT 8ERVI0E OFFERED OUT OF FLORIDA.

gaining favor, having the indorsementof Time Table In Effect July O, 1808..
some of the most experienced professional NORTH EAST. WEST.XHHOTJOH
experts in this line, and the plan .

1b exciting special attention in Chicago, 55"B 81 NORTHERN POINTS.Lv. SI

where it is being applied to the great 3 PULLMAN TjHAWIIVO BOOK CAUS DININa CABS,
publia library building. The arrangement 8 0'a BBOpT30p ..Jacksonville...ArLv 0 1.1a 9 2ftp 9 40a ,
is extremely simple, A seven inch 0 3 Hi Wp ...Fernandina...LvAr. 7&fta705a 7 OOp 7 Ma
the 8 .111' .... Everett ArAr. 6 4ftp ', 30a
steel water main is laid around top 7 4np Oil Isiio soup
... Brunswick. ...LvAr..Savannah. S40p
of the struoture upon the broad stone 8 40p 'i' it asp ....LvLv. 'o2riaSlfla 4 47p AND SOUTHWESTERN LiniTED."
table formed the of the coping p .. Savannah .....ArAr. 9 30a 4 40p ,
by top 8 (Kip 12 0H|> llSftplftfta 5 3lla Throneh Vestlbnled DrawingHoom Sleeping Cars between Tampa and New Tera
3 11a 22Ip134p
Fairfax, S. C.Lv
this pipe having connection with force 10 9 Kip 2p lSKp 2 4'taBBfla ..Deunmrk, SO 2 24a 4 00a via Jaouoaville, Savannah and Columbia, withoal ahange.

pumps situated in the basement, and, Spratt Wonderful thing, this 4Sp 9 3ftp ..Augusta, Oa 6 20allBOa "
4 24a ' Columbia, 8. C. ,
through perforations properly arranged, touch cure business, ain't it?. U2fta14Ap *' Spartanburg, 80"
insures the introduction of a substantial Mr. Spratt You bet it is. It's cured Athevllle, N. C. 2 0Ap Pullman Drawing-Rooaa Boils. Sleeping cars between Jacksonville and New Tors.
9 1IVa Charlotte, N. C. 10 20p 9 2Aa
sheet of water from cornice to 8ISpOIWp
I'll never lend another cent as 8 17a Charlottesville
me. 10 47a Salisbury, N.C. 8 2Ap Embracing Lynchburg. ,
pavement around the whole or any imperilled long as I live Vim.IIo 10 4.lp 12 lflp130p Greenslmro, N.C" 7 20p 7 0BaSftOa Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia.Pallaiaa
portion of the building. The 11 Sip Danville, Va. 0 07p ,
4 8 2ftpS4 Richmond, Va. ' 12 OOn 2 00a
arrangement of the system of piping is Ull8SJV ll lpBSOp Lynchburg, Va. 3 |) 340alftHa Drawiag-Room Bleeping Cars to Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga and
such as to enable operating in prescribed Charlottesville, 2 ll>pII Clnolnnati, with elose aonneatlon for Loaisville and the Northwest.
Washington 15a 10 43a
Una To. >
8 4' a 2Bpll2Ap
sections. Additional relays of smaller 8 00alOlfta ' Baltimore 9 42a 9 20p Also Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
Handy Mann I took a ten mile walk * 7 20a 6SAp
pipe are also placed in position above 2(Mia Philadelphia th*
this morning before breakfast.E. 12 4-lp exiaaoop New York 12 1.1a 4 SOp Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville, Through
and doors in order
windows to complete Boston 8 OOp 9 00a
Z. Jay How did that happen? 8 sup
the curtaining of those points in "
Handy Mann The baby was taken a ooa 8 SOp Lv .J.u'kaonville ArAr. B'iApB30a 9 40a "LAND OP THE SKY.
the most serviceable manner should the 10 leal oop .... Everett Lv 7.10aur
curtain in the-main be broken by wind with the oolio just after midnight Upto TWptUa 4 15a .... Atlanta.... 6 20a p

impingement against the building.'Cost Date. 8 40aTiop " ....Chattanooga..Cincinnati ... 10 OOp 7 8 30p 30aNo Ter detailed tefermatlea ee te rates, eehednles, sleeping < reservations, et*. ePP'T' *
Bay agent e4 the tMutasaa BaiLWAT er iteonaeeuoaa.
Mot Feaoefttl Bite*.
of ItopaaaeTea, the 3d and 34 make connection for Brunswick, arriving Brunawtok 4JO p. m. and 8:40: p. mrespectively.
Half sitting
the mea you see on leaves Jacksonville 9:4i! with through sleepers, arriving
train a. m
For New Orleans FlaTT.
In an article In a recent issue of The porch with their families in the evening new Orleans 7:40 a. m. Only through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from New Orleans L. A. .HIFUIIT, Florida TtJ. A *.. "Wssl Bay Street, JaekionTUls.

American Electrician Mr. XL 8. Hering are being reminded that the grass 8:W p. m. K.GULP. .A.TURT, 8. H. HARDWIOl,
states that as the result of tests he beeda cutting. Atchison Globe.Too. SLEEPING CAR SERVICE. VNos.33 n. rasa. Aft., Ansa Oea. Pees. *
finds the difference between making a and 38 Fast Mall,Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville, and the'..ClnclnnatlSon. Waahiagtea. D. #A AtlaaWaSaTB8

stop and a start at a station and running IMedertcha. .si and 38 carry thmngh sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In connection with May I* |84>H
past it varies .from 75 to. 100 watt Admiral Von Dlederloha.Toa't I anal 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. _
Jacksonville to Atlanta and Chattanooga. This is brought to
.36 earrles sleeper
hours, depending upon the gradient and you try nomo scaly tricks.
.load. The average value under ordinary You vill flndt voa In a fl*. All baggage will be chocked from Union Depot. Ticket*will stlU be sold at tho city ticket
Admiral Von Dlederlcha. offlce.202iimran Street,aewell a* at the Union depot ticket office.R. .
conditions for a partially loaded 7Jtj ton W. CAMPBELL,Passenger Agent. J. R. MARSHALL,Ticket Agent, 202 W Bay St., cor.Hocan. .
car is 85 witt hours. Assuming the cost Admiral Von Dtedertchs, Jacksonville. WALTER COLEMAN,Gen'l Traveling Agent.Jacksonville.O. AMEBICAlV'PMiTrOWWERSJ0lT2

of electrical energy to be I cent per Too Mlt Chorge vlU get Dewey wih awful do not licks.mix. &i. HOLDKN, T. P.A.,St.Augustine, Fla. A. O. MaoDONELL, Oen. Pass. Agent. DO YOD GROW FRUIT? Chicago,.am asstaweld forJ *T*.*Shipl5ufcoaeia. :

kilowatt hour, one stop would cost -Caltere.. *J \}!$
Admiral Von Diederiona. M*,kJI.""X** Mn* rt" u** aeeoad ugthTrdtio.u4n The eoeteet isi >s Jgsebserlbere.
.085 cent, and the cost of making one If lU "*!*
Rtveb yon are *o aeabecrtberyonahaald beaayway. Only a rrt
unnecessary stop .on each trip for 15 Admiral Von Dioderioha, Remember that the Indian HPWo would esteem the favor If onr devoted ezeleslvelr to thelamnet ef the frait grower. Official organ * *?,,UPi<:tsrGrowers1 -
It's half a dosen against six Advocate does all kinds of job printing loaders when writing or calling Uaioa. Send 8L00 for a year's subscription and the axticla ie " **? mt thef
trips daily would amount to 94.87 per Dot yoa'll teak) hum awful kicks, at short notice. Send them an order upon tbe saccessf si aathore wUl be abllshed la the Carietaua iaeae. Every lese*
car per year, and for,100 Cars 9467 per Admiral Von Diederlche, and be convinced that lt ia the place to onr advertisers to purchase merchandise, A"**?'" *v lt Growers'Jeareal worth a year e f*fTl
,_ Cleveland Plain Dealer. etc., would mention the Advocate. ssssssis ijru.aSis $50.00 IN
year for the one extra .stop per trip. have Job printing done. rssi&pssi


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George S. Green, aged 86, lato of tbe INDIAN RIVER GUARDS.

United States is the oldest living Drill at the ,
ATLANTA AUGUSTINE. array Armory nv r nounty jail ever*
graduate of West Point.It fuomlay evening In tlin iiioiitli, at S o'clock.V. .
U. S'fKWAKl', Cl>tuin.
was Oommodoro John C. Watson,
The only hotel on the bay. Summer then ft lieutenant, who lathed Fitrragutto ?. P. 8. C. K.M .
OCEAN YIEW HOTEL rates for permanent guests. Excellent the mast iu Mobile bay.A M evury Rtnuiav evening at 6:30: o'clockat m
table. One of the best places on the Atlantio tlia I'nmtpyturlmi ilinrch,
Coast to spend your summers. private iu nu Indiana company cf
Good volunteers is a Chinanimi who bus taken
fishing and
For rates, address F. C. HAYDEN, Mgr.SUWANNEE the iianie of John Dowey.
Tltu vill Loilir.i No. 17 iiKictn
Associate Justice White in said to Lt> evriiniif 7IW: hi l'rtt l <.rlaii
* the only member of the United State* luevlliiKS llrat'rniiHilHy In wli
SPUINGS, FLA.Suwannee supreme court who now rides a wheel.Goorge Heo't.
A. Fowler of Knntuut City has

given $31,000 to rebuild the ugritulturjd -
Fla.TIIE SOUTITS FAMOUS HEALTH shops cif tho University of Kantuts, CHlItCIIKS.
Springs RESORT. Open all the year.
Are.A .
recently destroyed by .' '

Cure Bright's disease, all kidney, bladder and liver troublo, rheumatism and Chicago paper notes tho fact thutwbilo Strvlewi 2mt unit 41 It
dyspepsia. Excursion tickets for sale from all points over the Plant System mid a, num nuuied I leu ven hits Just resigned montb.at It ft. in.anil 7Hip.: in.
'. Illustrated with testimonials address front tho St. Louis polico foruo vary hiiiiiIuv atu..io a. in. \
F. ( & P. R'y. For pamphlets, 8 p. in. tin Weilntiailu)*. Litany
Board Ten Dollars per week. ANDREW HANLEY, another num named Hollo is still serving. frltluy at in a. in.Arelnleai'on.
Gon'l Manager, Suwannee Springs, Flu. II. K.

Captain N. Mayo Dyer of the Haiti- '
more has presented to tho city of Baltimore PUKSHYTKItlAN
WHITE MOUNTAINS, N. II. 0110 of tho 0 inch gmiti which did Rervlcoa overy Aiililmtli nt II n. ;
Similiiy whool at H'4.1 >. lit.. <
such deadly work at tho battle of Manila. Sunt 'Priivxr inifilliiit on |

New Mount Pleasant House aC7.lfl.tuml: our'Ilio aervloea.lmlilk'lira curillally

WHITE MOUNTAINS N. H. Philip Sheridan, a member of the Itev. PAfL 1i
Montreal bar and a nephew of General
OrEN FOR ITS FOURTH SEASON,July iml, I81W. Thneiiae with which It Is reached from MA1TI8T Cllimi'II.Prviu'liliiic .
New York, Its pure water, pure sir and great elevation, make it peculiarly dealrahla an a amiinierresort. Sheridan, is on his way to the Klondike
The ranioita driven of the White Mountains are all trlhutary to Aloiint I'leaaant. The horaes as crown prohecutor and agent for every veooml anil
OTEL ARAGON. ATLANTA, GA. are earnfiilly aelm-Mil New England atock,and moat of the vehlclea were made exnrexi.lv for mornlnit mill evrnlnu, I rajer
.. the Mount Pleoaaut Hoiiao, all of Ihem pot Hcaaliir the requlattea of perfect comfort and aafetv, several companies.Angusto Weil niwilHy eveniiia at 7no '
The Palnce Hotel of the South. The t nnia courts and bawling alleys are conatntcted upon thw moat approved tncthoda. There Isa Bruehet, tho philologist, Huliool every Hiunliu at II 4.1a. in. |
American and European plans. We cordially Invite the patronage of the best lino Kolf course, a woll-lald-out boaeuuil diamond, an archery ranice and croquot ground. Inic llrat Hiimliiv at lji who died recently at Cunnes, was once Invltuil to attend.
Hmmercial, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located, only three blocks ANDERSON PRICE, nianutcers(of Hotel Onuoml, Fla.) to K. N.
tho Eugenie
jm Union deoot, at highest point In city and away from all noise, dirt and smoke employed by Empress > -
|m trains. Every modern Improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelled teach her now to pronounce French MKTIIOIMST
Iany hotel in the South. Free Bus meets all truins. Kates, American plan, with a Parisian accent.Aron .

T>0 to $4.50 per day; European plan, 91.00 to *3.00 per day.GEO. ben Khassot of Bokhara, known Hiiiulaja Regular at nervliii'amirv II a. in. anil Ural 7IH: ,> n,
W. COLLIER, Jr., Manager.he HOMESEEKERS = as "tho Rothschild of Central Asia*" is.probably MoIiikiI every Hiin.liiv at hiiki: n.
= the wealthiest Hebrew in the I at| a eucli niimlay at a ; l|>. in.
Inir every Tlinrailay nliilil at 7:IK>
TrniiHcaepian possessions of Russia. Heis |j>illea' Alil Hoelvty ineeta \
at a:( l p. ia. Kverj lioily welcome
Holland ATLANTA, GA. Who are Seeking a Home in the an importer of silverware.ExSenator aervlcea. *
W. A. Peffer, who has Rev. A, r>,
27-20 Auburn Avenue. been nominated for governor of Kaueu*
South should send the
to undersigned by tho Prohibitionists, will siwnd two CATHOLIC CHlTRC'ir.Rervleea

Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences.Mrs. months making a canvass ou that one at to a. in. every
for a copy of the issuu with no question of polities. Clmrcli oatecliUin ImllilltiK.at t p. mItav.North
F. A. VOORHEES, Proprietress, Colonel Earl Hobmm of Bowling .J.r. '

Green, Ky., ft cousin of the naval hero,
Rates, $1.00 to $1.50 per day. Phone 1029. Florida East Coast Homeseeker.We was made a colonel for his conspicuous IMI'NICIPAI..

cooluchs and courngo at the battle ofPittibnrg
Landing when be was not TOWN COUNCIL.M. .

JACKSONVILLE.btel quite 30 years old.tiarasate S..Innea, net. innor) K.H.
l>. il. Prlti'lianl, tux collccli>r|H.I
the eminent violinist, is aSpaniard.
hiiin.pterk ami
have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacoo Growing, and fot Ho declares tlia/T/ his extraordinary It Walker, K. L.nanea.ori llraclv, .1. M.

Flacide "fiatm Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest in th United States. command over the violin is duo Tueailay Knox, eoiinellnieii.In eiuih moiilli.The. oomiell 4L

Apply to tbe fact that he baa practiced, 011 an
toJAS. average, sis hoars a day ever since he IIOARI> OP TltAI>E.Meetaetery .
i the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner, was 19 years of age.It aiii'oml \\eilncailay
i block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout,
descend, month at ; 0n'eloi'k In roiima
uperior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all trains. Terms $2.50 per day and FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, is said that tho lust direct Jnilue M. H. .lonea. prealiieuti L 4Ji
vards. Special rates by the week. JOHN S. 130WEN, Proprietor.Travelers' ant of Amerigo Vespucci, who is living treaKiirnri .!,((. Iliiat. aecreUiry.VttVnTY .
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.MANIER iu Florence, Italy, Is the Countess
'America Talon. Her husband, Viscount!

Talon, was u Frenchman, who fought
Hew ia the Crimea and was mortally wound* SCHOOL HOARD.J. .
Hotel. ed at Bolferiuo. B. Rnowilen, Tltuavlllai R.
. Sergeant Matthews of the English Coeoa) H. K. Illliha, Alellioiirne,

Civil Service Volunteer rifles made aworld's I

FELIX GARCIA, Proprietor, - JACKSONVILLE, FLA. & LANE MUSIC CO.Conover record of 10S, all bullseyos, COUNTY
shooting from the knee, under the Wr II. 8hurpe, niiarpea, I
Memlel, tjiilrnnirei .1. It.
queen's first stugu conditions of seven .Inn. Houaton, Kau Oalllei.I.N.
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. ina auaalona held tint !
shots each at 800, 600 and 000 yards, lleirular are
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY nOTEL IN FLORIDA. recent regimental competition.APHORISMS. month.

Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to atop at the Travelers.IYERETT COUNTY

Fischer Kingsbury Franklin Minor B,.Innea, Tltiiavtlle, fLORIDA.'M| |
L. (lunlilniM, 'ritnavllle, |in
Burdens become light when cheerfully A.A.atewart, TltiiaviIlK, cleik
K. Wtaiten, Coeoa, tax aaaenactrt
HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. borue. Ovid. Hharpea, tax oollentori John I.
pianos: Children have more need of model* troHaureri J. II.Kama,CoiirUmev,
ent publlu Inatrui'tlon| J. O.
than of critics.Joubert.. pminty aurveyori J,P.Ilrown, .

Largest, best, and coolest; choice rooms for summer, $1,150, $2, $.'!, $3 weekly.Ivator Constancy is the complement of other

baths, bell service, etc. CHARLES A. OAKES. CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS..... buuiau virtues. Mauini.Censuru The success of many gteat

is the tax a man pays to the to their uso of other '
publio for being eminent. Swift.Tha .
TITUSVIL.L.E.psrxDiAnsr . Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms. truly generous is truly wise, and Chloago News.

lie who loves not others lives uublest. *

zebxttieieb hote: Write for Catalogues.MANIER. Home. Mont lU'iiutifiil I'lueo

The more any one speaks of hlmsolf, Jtlvor, for Hftlc, nt u
T1TUSVILLE A LANE MUSIC COMPANY, tho less ho likes to bear another talked
24 Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Fla. of. Lava tor.To
jsarM:2* INDIAN RIVER, dispense with ceremony is tho The famous Tin key Creek

FLORIDA.J. most delicate modeof conferring a com slstlng.of 14 aores of orange
pliment. llulwor. 40 ncien of land fronting on

Providence has* given as hope and and Turkey Cieek, with

\ ti* lv;5r G. BAST, sleep as a compensation for the many station log and on Tillman the K.pnatofllce K. C. '
cares of life. .Voltaire. the aide
Manager. plnce, lying on west
..THB... Wherever you find patience, fidelity, Itiver, three miles soulli of
IL honor, kindness, truth, there you Hud two miles from Atlantic
Open all the Year. Southern respectability, however obscure and Alxiiit 4K) good hearing
Georgia lonely men may be.II.. W, Boecher.Oood balanceln, young trees, will
KXX) boxes this year. Can
of the
few minutes nature is tho beauty to yield 20 boxes a year In
Only a
iniud, and, liko personal Jieuuty, wins
walk from Railway stations Florida Railway Co.Will .Servant's house and good
and steamboat land & almost without anything else some. and rooms above Oood (
times iudood in spito of positive deficiencies. deer and duck hunting up
ings.On the banks of the Hanwny.To fine harbor for boats; lovely

far-famed Indian River. sell Ticket* to Hacon and return, account bo a gentleman is to be honest, tobe with beautiful forest trees.
lands fur sale cheap. Apply
be to be brave,
gentlo, to generous, I>. Ik (
to ho wife, and, possessing all these: for
PAL.M BEACH.ieminole Atty.
WEST quailtloH, to exercise tbetn iu the most

JIaeon Diamond Jubilee graceful outward manner. Thackeray.

Hotel aona In tbla atata to manage
In thalr own and nearby mninthm.
ofllita work oondnetad a(home,
Married couples In Norway are privileged
WW year and axixnaaa rteflnlte,
OPEN ALL THE YEAR. GEItEBKATIOJlOct. to travel on railways at a fare more KoctiMennlf-xtdre.aed,no leaa aalary. Montbly atamtied SIS.

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. and a half. bart H.Ileea,lTuat.,Dept.M, '
Among theAnglo-rJaxons In tba sev*
This hotel Is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close tp enth century,men wore gloves, while
Boats attached to the hotel 10-11-12-13-14 98
and from trains. ,
railway depot. Free 'buss to covered their bands with their
h fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00 per day and sleeves.Chicago's women. ShaYing Parlor.
rards; special rates by the week or month .
OEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor. new directory claimsfor,
the city a population of 1baa,000.
ONE FARE for the ROUND TRIP. which is an increase of 60,000 over tb

MIAMI.otel figures of 1897. ,
Tickets limited October 16, 1898. San Francisco is tho banner port of
this country for the importation of
opium for smoking purposes. Tbo importations

[ Miami MIAMI, FLORIDA. last year aggregated 131,401
Will aljo sell tickets from all points In a orgUAT pounds, and the duty amounted to

9738,406.Tho .

The largest all-the-year-round'hotel In the city. Eight hundred feet LESS THAN ONE FARE bicycles value exported of from bicycles the United and parts States of

broad verandas. Rates, $2.H( ) per day and upward.MRS. In March, 1898, was 1958,739. The.increaae -

JULIA D. TUTTLE, Owner. October 11, ia and 13, for the 13 months ending with

that month, as compared with the year
With final limit October 15. 180&. ending with March, 1897, was 9363,879.A .

West Bath (Me.) farmer never has

PR1DTTOTGcuted bis borate shod. He says that the practice
JOB ia against .nature aad brings bis
Consult your nearest Ticket Agent Jot fall particular*. Full program of
horses up from oolthood to travel on
Carnival sent 00 application. H. S.
OF ALL KINDSPRINTING their hoofs. They never seemto have
at theADVOCATE WILLIAM CHEOCLEV SHAW, O. A. MACDONALD.VicePresident. any difficulty in getting over the roads, Washington Avaaua,

OFFICE. Macow. Oa. Gen'l Paas'jr AgU even in slippery weather. TITUSVILLK, .



VISITS THE EAST COAST.It Choice lands five and ten acre
orange Successor to Lovett& Carroll.)
MP lots at the beautiful town of Daytona,
Kroke 'With Much Fury over tlia North The above auspicious event will take on the'East Coast. Easy terms. Also GROCERIES FRUITS VEGETABLES of
Florldu, Oeorgla and South Carolina placo at Macon, Ga., commencing Monday homes in Florida. Investments made jnd All
next, Oct. 10th, and continuing until and money loaned on Jacksonville property
Coasts. the 14th, Inst., inclusive, and promises COUJITLASD BCCKMAW, Crockery, Glass and Tinware.! Your patronajr,. Solicited
to be the most successful celebration 22, Ho can street, TITUSVILLE .
For several days last week the elements of the kind that has been held in the Jacksonville, Fla.AI.KX FLORIDA.
Bouth for many years. Reports from
were very threatening, and betokened the railroads, who will make a rate of
JOSEPH ZAPF.... a severe gale, notice of the approach one fare for the round-trip to Macon, assure NEAR. ERNEST TAYLOR.

of which, however, was given by an immense crowd.
WHOLESALE DKALKIlAnheuserBusch the weather bureaus stationed at Jacksonville Among the attractive features that NEAR & TAYLOR, Groceries Grain. Ha/ Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries
Macon will present will be a thousand fr
Brewing Ass'nFamous and Jupiter, in good time. Fortunately (Suooeaaora to John MoAUIster.) '
children in red, white and blue, forming And Food Products of all kinds. Grain.'llay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,Gn,
the cyclone, which passed upon an Immense flag. The children are first house Indian River
St. Louis Lager Beer, Artesian Well Contractors Food and Wheat. We are the only on dealing exclusive]
Sunday, did not sweep the entire to form a Confederate flag and sing the above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patrotLVery
Sold by Losley & Motlow, Titusvillo, East Coast of Floiida with its full "Dixie," and then by a series of effective truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., Titusvllle
strength, and with the exception of the movements they will transform the EAU GALL1E, FLA. f
WHOLBSALK LlqlTOR DEALER, blowing down of telegraph wires, but flag into Old Glory and sing the "Star

West Bay St., Jacksonville, and little damage was done "south of Jacksonvillo. Spangled Banner." .
Sanford, Fla. The grand mystic pageant of war and Write Quick...

Instead of approaching the coast, near peace promises to be a most thrilling FOR FREE SCHOLARSHIP. Losley Jupiter, as was first expected, the storm sight, and will occur In the evening. It
moved northerly. At 8 o'clock will rival the parade of floats
morn gorgeous
(Successors to ,
Sunday morning, the barometer was of the New Orleans mardl gras, and
20.83 inches, having fallen 0.43 of an among the historic floats will be War Positions Guaranteed.
....LA VILLA PHARMACY. Inch in twelve hours. The pressure continued and Peace, Dewey at Manila, Ilobson and Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and vUsUt

falling until about 11 a. m., when Schley at Santiago, Joe Wheeler at San Open all the Year to both Sexes.GA.ALA. Bottled Beers Ales and Stout.A .
Keeps all Kinds of the lowest record was made, 20.07 incliea. Juan, Macon of to-day, Georgia the Empire BUSINESS COLLEGE, ,

and Toilet Articles. The West Indian hurricane struck State of the South, the South of the Macon, Ga. First-class Line of Cigars Billiard and Pool Tablej
Pare Drags Fancy
Jacksonville with full force Sunday, the Future, and other things. Palne's pyrotechnio -
Prices to suit. wind reaching a maximum velocity sixty miles an hour, although it must Manila will also be seen, besides which orders. Cash must accompany your order, LOSLEY & MOTLOW, TitU8villeiFu,
801 Adams St., cor. Madison, have come during some of the sudden there will be a floral parade, trades' display THE STATE COLLEGE
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.GEO. gusts at the rate of between eighty and horse races and social events of ,
one hundred miles an hour. various kinds.
Accompanying the fierce wind was a The representative of tfie United Lake City, Fla.,
deluge of rain that flooded everything insight States navy as the flag is raised over the ]::: will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of :::[
W. DAVISON & CO., causing an almost entire suspension palace at Honolulu, on the great float Offers to both sexes a good education
of trafldo during the day, and, in representing the annexation of Hawaii, along the lines of modern thought and CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
fruit & Produce Commission Merchants. fact, it was next to impossible for either will be Mr. Albert Hanson. There are activity.Sclentiflo. ]

Florida Products TINE- man or beast to withstand the fury of many other prominent characters yet tobe Literary, Military and Industrial
; the wind and rain combined. filled. departments. Most complete DRESSED AND ROUGH.
APPLES; Watermelons, Tomatoes and Buildings were unroofed, trees were The carnival tide has just commenced outfit of apparatus. Expenses reduced Also Mouldings and Turned Work, Brick, Lime, Cement, Crates of all descripUocin
vegetables a specialty.
upturned, signs were blown hither and to run toward Macon. When tt reaches to a minimum. Shorthand, Telegraphy,
307-309-311-31.1 Poydras Street, thither, windows were smashed in, and its flood height on the 11th of October, Book-keeping taught frbb.
NEW ORLEANS, LA. more or less damnge was done to shipping Macon will not be required to file an Send for a new catalogue to,
along the river front. The chief Interest affidavit to prove she has a crowd within
local of all Cos,, local YOCUH President
Refer to agent' Express W. F.
of centered at the her ,
freight ft(runt of tho Louisville A NaHhvllle H'y, course, camps gates. rsTTaESansrcEJ .
Oeruutnia Nat'l Hank, Metropolitan Bank,, N.O. and especially at the hospitals, as everyone General Fitzhugh Lee will attend the LAKE CITY, FLA.
In the city felt that the tents must carnival, and the distinguished Virginian
have be I represent the Old Hartford, Liverpool and London and Globe, Aeta
been blown away and the sick soldiers the representative, American will
left exposed to the storm. Remarkable brought to Macon in the private ear ofVicePresident Providence & Washington, Fireman's Fund, and Sun Mutual.B5T .
Fancy Pineapple Slips & Suckers as it may seem, however, not a Shaw, of tho Georgia ROBBINS & GRAHAM Lowest rates guaranteed. Write for rates, etc, toC.

for Sale.Abbakas sick man at either of the three division Southern and Florida, which Mr. Shaw S. SCHUYLER, Agent,
hospitals was wet in the slightest, and has courteously placed at bis disposal.
Egyptian Queen, Golden the hospital tents withstood the storm Among other subscriptions, Chairman ..ZjaAvyors... Titusvillo, Fk
Queen, Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and most successfully. This was due, however Talbott of the finance committee has received
Rod Spanish. Apply to to the watchfulness of those in a check for $'KX> from President
Haddock A Mattiiams, charge, and to the fact that special details Spencer, of the Southern'and a check
"Palm Beach Pinery," were sent from the various regiments for $250 from Vice-President Shaw, of WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND James Pbitchabd, President; W. M. Brown, Vice-President:]
West Palm Beach, Fla. the men working most energetically the Georgia Southern and Florida, The C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
and untiringly during the storm, railroads are doing their full share to UNITED STATES COURTS.
adding extra guy ropes and otherwise make the carnival a great success. In
strengthening the tents to prevent them addition to their liberal subscriptions to INDIAN RIVER STATE BAI
Pineapple Slips ami Suckers from blowing away. Most excellent the carnival fund.the Southern, Central ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished
For Sale, work was done in tbls regard, and the and Georgia Southern and Florida will
soldier boys who responded so readily todo be in evidence In the carnival parades for Lands In Brevard and Dade (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
this work of the with and elaborate floats.Mr. .
Smooth are deserving very costly
Of the following varieties, Authorized capital $100,00
A. Macdonald the hustling ,
greatest praise.Telegraphlo George ,
Envil Cities, Abbakas and Conntles.We
Cayenne, communication with tl and popular general passenger agent of Paid up capital, $25,00
Red from plants
and without Spanish,cover.grown For prices young, call onor outside world was entirely cut off for the G. S. & F, Ry. Co.; who Is doing so Average deposits, $150,00!
several hours, but there seemed to'be much towards assuring the success of
address C. A. Robinson,
little to train service. the carnival is chief of the bureau of
interruption ,
Eden, Indian River, Fla. have List
Savannah, Oa., Oct. 2. For eighteen publicity of the Macon Carnival Association a large Transacts a General BankiDjBusiness.

hours, from 4 o'clock this morning until and occupies the same position owned
0 o'clock to-night, Savannah has been In in the celebration that he held last year.He of Lands by .
EVENTS OF THE WEEK. the grasp Of a West Indian cyclone. has been doing some very effective
During that time the wind blew steadily advertising for the jubilee, and is indefatigable ourselves and clients. Largest and Oldest Bank on tie
from fifty to seventy miles an hour. in his efforts toperform his
Washington, Oct. 3. The War Department While the city escaped with comparatively share of duty In the grand work; Price for unimproved Exchange sold on all Foreign Count *
has decided to send more little damage, the loss of property
troops to Porto Rico. Orders have been along the sea Islands of the Georgia and REPUBLICAN CAfJlPAJGNSPEAKING. lands $3 to $100 DIRECTORS I
issued directing that the Fifth regular South Carolina coast Is believed to beheavy. IjAS.PRITOHABDW.B.BARNKTTPnilll ( ,
) JDuhkek
Bank ot Jacksonville
cavalry, now at Huntsvllle, Ala., the per acre.WE the National(VIce-VresWent National Built
Sixth United States volunteer Infantry, Savannah, Ga., Oct. 3.A Brunswick, Jacksonville), and W. M. Bbowk.
now at Chiokamauga, and the Fortyseventh Oa., special to the Morning News says A Republican mass meeting was held CORRESPONDENTS.Seaboard .
New York, now at Fort Adams, that during the tropical hurricane of In the Opera House, Titusvllle, Wednesday National Bank of New Tort w
hall proceed to such point In Porto Rico Sunday a tidal wave was driven in from night, and was attended by a goodly have a few Residence, Orange National Bank of Jacksonville.rj .
be desired the the sea and inun'dated for an average of citizens
as may by proportion our irrespective in desirable
general in that Island. The Eighth depth of Ave feet practically every business of party, among whom were a number ofladies. Grove and Pineapple Properties j-rjTXJf ril I E,
United Stites volunteer Infantry and tv o" house and warehouse In the city. The, speaker of the evening, locations. Prices Reasonable.
companies of the Indiana colored volunteers Conservative estimates place the property was Hon. II. L- Anderson, .of Ocala,
now at Fort Thomas, Ky.t will relieve loss at half a million dollars,though who is the Republican candidate for congressional
the Sixth volunteer Infantry at when the details are all in the figures honors from the second district.
Cbickamauga. may be considerably shaded either way. He was introduced by Mr. R. C, Offices : i TITUSVILLE Attention. !
All the troops at Camp Meade will The Mallory steamship and Southern Scrimgeour, of the Republican Executive and MIAMI. .
soon be ordered to points in the South. Railway docks were under water four Committee, and entertained the audience
Some of them may go to Cuba, but the feet. In the residence section of the for over an hour with a bright, breezy
majority will for the present occupy the city the water was from two to eight and above all, clean political speech that .WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF
new camps recently selected in Georgia feet. There was a full sweep of wind elicited frequent applause and laughter,
-and South Carolina.It and water from the ocean into and and kept all in a good humor from commencement East Coast Meat Market
is thought that the troops sent to do across the city. to finish. That Mr. Anderson
garrison duty long, but when they have seen service few miles out of the city have been reported. his audience was plainly perceptible, and G. F. DUREN, Agent. ,
for a few months will ret urn.,to this Those in the city were negro ie is safe to Bay that if our popular ,
country. The same Is probably true of 'children. Their parents are missing, and "Bob" Davis should be obliged to yield CO
Porto Rico. may have been drowned, A few miles the congressional plum in this campaign
Madrid,Oct. 3. The reported intention out of town Sterltt Alkon, colored, was to blip, although we think such an event ware Ammunition Fishing Tackle Agri
of the United States Government to retain killed by falling bricks blown from a highly improbable, it could not fall to amore ,
the whole of the Philippine Islands chimney. able or competent gentleman.
has created almost a state of stupefaction Five vessels were ashore In Brunswick The Indian River Band rendered some Implements Lamps Crockery Glassware Slows
hero, and it is sonil-ofllclally announced harbor, two being the Norwegian barks of their finest selections during the progress ,
that the Spanish Oovernment Records and Louise, one an American of the meeting, which made it all stoAJAS.
has resolved to vigorously combat any sohooner and two valuable pilot boats. the more enjoyable.Mr. 3 Barbed Wire, etc )o( Call and examine our fine

suou action, which, it is claimed, the The flood which inundated the islands Anderson was accompanied by his XTitusvllle.
terms of the peace protocol preclude. and lowlands around Savannah and wife, and they both made many friends PRITCHARD & SON
Washington, Oct. 3. Secretary Long, along the vlcLnity of the coast has partially before leaving on Thursday for Palm ,
upon advices received at the State Department subsided. The first news from Beach. While here they were guests of
showing the existence of the sea islands on the South Carolina the Indian River hotel. Florida.Chance Tl-t-ULersrlllo, DP'Xo.-
threatening conditions In China, lias ooast, between Tybee and Beaufort,
ordered Admiral Dewey to send two warships where the great tidal wave of 1803 caused
immediately from Manila to a such fenrful fatality, was received tonight.
point as near the Chinese capital as Itis The damage by the storm there
possible for a warship to*approach.' was comparatively small, and, so far as of Life Time !
.llavana, Oct. 3. A French syndicate known, there wns no loss of life. a
has obtained control of the HavanaBatabano Atlanta, Oct. 3. A special to the Constitution BRICK !
telegraph lino and Cuban submarine from Cochran, Oa., says:
A destructive gale ana rainstorm
cables through special concession
and purchase of the Spanish govern swept Cochran and surrounding country .A magnificent property will be sold at a.
ment's Interests therein. This amounts last night and this morning. 1c was the . ...
to a monopoly of the European business worst In twenty-live years. People were
from all Island points outside of the badly frightened, and many sat up all JACKSONVILLE BRICK
cities of Havana and Santiago, and includes night ready to leave their houses at aninstant's
exclusive privilege of connection warning. Substantial dwellings GENUINE BARGAIN.
with the Isle of Pines and Yucatan, as were badly damaged, immense trees
well as with the Island of Haytl, where torn up by the roots, and a large amount 20 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla.
connection with the French P. Q. Com of fence flattened. The streets were
pany's line is made. Also the sole right oovered with debris. Iron roofs were About eight acres of Grove In as fine condition as any on Indian River, cotalntng Write We
to lay submarine telegraph wires along torn from brick buildings, and telephone a comfortable six room Cottage, large Cistern, and the finest PackingHouse us prices and saveyour money.
and lines demolished.
the Cuban north coast.Roseland.. telegraph train was held here twelve One In Brevard County. the hardest least absorbent and best brick made in Florid

Sassenger account of damage to the road. Situated about mid-way between Rockledge and Cocoa; Convenient to the ,

The Cotton crop here is about ruined, Churches, Stores, etc, of both. Can
and cane has suffered greatly. For further particulars, apply to supply up to a million on short notice.
Charleston, S. C, Oct. 3. A special to
F. Hughes, of Oslo, was in Roselandon the News and Courier from Georgetown, WALTER GOODYEAR,
Tuesday.Mrs. S. C'says: Dept. A., 3 to 7 W. 20th St.,

D. Cain returned Monday from a Reports received from different parts New York, N. Y.
of the county to-day fully Justify the
visit to Woodley, accompanied by her Carpets Mattings and Rugs.
estimate of $73,0H) damage to the rice ,
daughter, Mrs. E. M. Stokes.A crop by yesterday's storm. ,

young man tried grubbing the road The damage In the city and harbor isInsignificant. ESTABLISHED 1S75.K. .
with the handle bar of a blcyole here a The tide did not come as
few days ago. The wheel is now In St. high last night as It did In the morning, Wm. A. HOURS & CO.... THE LARGEST STOCK AT LOWEST PRICES.

Augustine undergoing repairs. and to-day tt was only an ordinary spring

tide. GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS. Fall Patterns are now being received.
The Advocate."

WANTED SEVERAL TRUSTWORTHY Per- East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We Awnings and Linoleums a Specialty.H. .
this atate to manage) our business handle only the)best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of llsy, ,
ale The at Indian the following RrviR news-stands Advocate, at Is five on office In tbelrown work dona and at nearby home.oountlee.Salary straight It la mainly StMOa Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal,, both bright and E. CLARK,
cents yearand expenace definite,bonande, no mora,I Ino dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertiliser Co. .
Titusvllle per copy Fred: S. Chaffee. lees salary. Monthly 7S. Reference*. Knetoae -| Star Brand Fertlllaera Guaranteed Analysis,Orange tree and Vegetable Fertiliser,Pore Ground 38 West Bay St..
aelf-addressed atamped envelope, Herbert I I Bona,Nitrate Soda.Muriate)of Potash,Sulphate Potash. Kalnlt, aid. These) fertilisers hare no P.
J. B. Screven. .Hesa,Preet.,Dept.M,Chicago, I superior In the market,and a trial will eon vinos. Bend for CataUfna free., Jacksonville.

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