Title: Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00205
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Title: Indian River advocate
Uniform Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville,Fla. ; Indian River City
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Publication Date: October 14, 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: VID00205
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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"ol. IT. ISTo. 3. TITTJSVILLE, TFTjJ .., 3RIX-A.Y, OCT. 141S9S.. 32ice, 5c.


Cradles, Spilugs, Mattresses, all pi ices. No. 14 Laura street, P. O. Box 3< ->,

Furniture Stork, Jacksonville, Fla. Reliable male and The Brovaid Board of County Commissioners regular monthly meeting of thoTltusvlllo to stop. See list of hotels on

nd Topics of General Interest.Dolety Titusville, Fla. female help furnished and sent to all held a special mooting this Boaid of Trade was hold our 7th page.Tho .

parts.KITBOOKS. week, In nccoidance with tho roqulio- Wednesday evening, the Pith Inst., with
Anvooatk Is fllo at all
now on
DRESS PATTERNS merits of section 10, chapter 4.V2*, laws attendance of membois.Mr. .
In all the fancy a goodly
and General Gossip In connection tho best hotels In New York city.
Lake,Worth, Indian, suitings; no two alike. CLOCKS, Etc a nice assoitmtftpt of FIoiIda, which makes it tho duty of It. C. Soilmgoour, the vloopicsldent -
fwlth Blsoavne Bay
Halifax Hirer 'Went Gardner fe Walker.Capt. at Screven's Drug Store, the Board to meet on the first Monday occupied the chnlr, Mr. .1. G.Bast Hotel Miami, Miami, hts boon closed
and ,
Tltanana Key
Titusville. after the registration books aro closed, the secretary, read the minutes of to undergo a thorough renovation for the

[and all other Important Points along the R. A. Hardee of In each year In whioh a general election the two Inst special, and tho rogular winter tout 1st season. It'Hi
of Florida. "Brief mention of Sebastian,
|Kt t Coast is to be held, to examine the books. the Board well tho
meetings of as as
{Interesting Events from Various Parts paid the county seat a visit the first of LADIES* WRAPPERS now line just The Boaid is required to eraso fiom the proceedings of the citizens' mooting, Hotel Belleatr, Bolleair, Fla., will boIn

|of the World I About People You Know the week.Mr. received in Percale and Domet. books the names of all such persons as held at tho close of the Inst regular charge again this winter of Mr, W. A.

nnd People You Don't Know Picked and Mrs. M. C. Weaver, former Gardner A Walker. they may know have died <1 tiling the Board meeting, to express Indignation Hanoi), of the Twin Mountain houso,

iup by Our Society Editor and a large staff residents of Titusville, are now in New year, or havo removed, or have boon In at the depredations committed by some Now Hampshire.

nf Correspondents scattered along the nave you paid your subscription to other ways disqualified to vote. They lawless characters on tho fishing Interests The San Juan hotel, Orlando, will

1 Kant Coast of Florida.TIIE York.Mr.. and Mrs. Julius Kline, and bnby the Advocate? If not, please do so. are also to restore to the rolls such of the town, at which mooting dotlnito open for tho winter season to-morrow

names as may have boon erroneously removed action was taken to suppross said (Saturday), under the old and popular
were among the airivals In town Friday The town registration books will remain
by the supervisor of rugiatiatton. lawlessness. management of Mr. Harry L. Boeman.Tho .
last from New York. little while and
open a longer,
Dixon the treasurer of tho
Dr. J. M.
those who liavo not registered are desired Magnolia Springs hotel, Magnolia
In advance. Treasurer Henry Gaillard, of the I.R. Artesian Well for Florida Kxtrant Co.Mr. Board, piesonted his monthly financial will bo
$1.50 per annum, to do bo without further delay. Springs, on tho St. Johns rivet,
$1.00 six months, & B. B. I. N. Co., St. Augustine, was report, which was read by tho Bocrotary, managed by the O. D. Seavoy Company
countries.J among the visitors to town this week.Mr. Editor E. D. Oslin, of the Melbourne approved by the executive committee
$2.00 an. to foreign this winter with Mr. Seavcy In porsonai
per Alex. Near, of the well-known ,
Times who has been sick for Its chairman Mr. E. L.Biady .
quite sometime through noting "
and Mrs. C. A. Gardnor returned charge,
firm of Near & Taylor, artesian well fllod.
past, was a passenger on Tuesday'strain and on motion ordered
to Titusville the end of last week, after en route to Georgia to recuperate. coutrnctois, Eau Gaille, was In town The leport showed the Board to bs Ina Mr. S. II. Perk, tho well-known managor -
an absence of about three months in
J this weok for the purpose of arranging solid financial condition warranting of Hotel Plaza Rocklodgo, for many
Reading notico ads. are ten cents healthy ,
J3T Alabama.Capt.. Two storms which
were prodlcted with Mr. Wm. M. Brown for the boring
the reduction of the monthly pust has just ooncludod a very
years ,
|cr line on this page.As for Florida this week did not
happily of Bix-lnoh aiteslan well the Florida
a at
successful at tho New Arlington
C. F. Fischer's announcement dues of the members, which were neoessartly season
materialize, and the weather we are enjoying Extract works at this .
r as an independent candidate for the Compans's place.Tbe high during tho peilod of theBoard's hotel, Petoskey, Mich.Mr. .
is and much
now delightful seems factory has beon hindered at times
medium office of county treasurer will be found thorough organization.A .
an advertising no
settled. Wachenhauson, proprietor
more in the manufacture of extract for lack Harry
paper on tbe East Coast can beat the on this page.Mr. motion prevailed,, abolishing the of Hotel Granada, St. Augustine, has
of water but this will be
difficulty now
Operator Jas. P. Harper of the F.E. dues of the treasurer those of
trial advt.
Give us a he
Advocate. W. I. Metcalf, one of Wost overcome by the addition of the artesian arrlvod from Avon-by-tbo-Sen, where
and be convinced of the pink paper'* C. Ry., who relieved Station Agent the secretary having boon abolished at at the
( Palm Beach's prominent legal lights, well. From present indications, a good has closed a fairly good season
Watts several
at Eau Gaille for days, the last regular meeting.
worth.Never. passed through here the eaily part of business will bo done by the concern Buckingham. A new roof Is to be put
returned to his poBt at this place on The rent and oloctrlo light expense
the week his North. on tho former hotol. and much Interior
on way this winter In the palmetto tanuin extract.
reduced one-half the awarding
onWednesday. by
was ronovn.lng la to be done before it opens
Read tbe articles of the of the of the Board to
fall to read inside Interesting entitled use rooms
our pages.rou Cbas. II. Walton, the Advocate Deo. 1.Manager.
"Selling Oranges at Homo," "Successful the Town Council for their meetings,
will find something to inorest is
always home
proprietor expected to-day ortomorrow
Cabbage Growing," etc., etc, on from his vacation. He has Tendered Their Resignations.Capt. said body agreeing to pnyono-half of the J. G. Bast, of the Indian
you.Col. our inside pages this Week.Ro above-mentioned expense. After a general River hotel, Titusville, Is receiving the
D. L. Gaulden spent from Fri- been in Ashevllle, N. C, for the past discussion of ways and means to Improve deserved congratulations of his patrons
with his at v. W-C. Barnes and family were two or three weeks. A. W. Buie, for a long time past tho In which
lay until Monday family tbe business Interests of the town, ami fi lends on tasty manner
the of the AB.
I. It.
genial superintendent
atleLand. among the passengeia on Tuesday's train ho has embolllshed the lobby and office
The Ladies' Aid Society of the the Board adjourned.qarthsidecUrry..
B. I. N. with
their home to Melbourne from Co., headquaiters atTitusville
on way a
of this favorite -hostelry.. Rich carpets
Methodist church will give an entertainment
Goo. W. Scobie paid Sebastian aisit visit of several weeks' duration at Sanibel has tendered his resignation and the heretofore bare
the early part of the week to attend Island, this (Friday) evening, the 11thInst. to the steamboat company; likewise Mr. rugs cover
., at the residence of Mr*. S. G. Van* lloors, and artlstlo jardinlets containing
that Will Ballard the the
> his fish interests at place.Ilave popular purser on
Among the down-river people In landlngham. Everybody Is cordially invited attractive troploal plants adorn the available
St. Augustine. The lattor's place Is The following Item from the New
you registered ? If not, it isecessary town this week, we noticed County Commissioners to attend.We now filled Geo. Mercler of will spaces: whllo the easy chairs and
by Capt. York Herald, of Oct. fltli, probably
It homelike
modest wall decorations give a
to do so at once. The books John Houston, J. N. Waller Cocoa while Mr. Itobt. Pentland who readers
beg to acknowledge receipt of a ; Interest many of our East Coast : that is appreciated by
ire now open at Dr. S. W. Carroll's and W. H. Sharpe; Tax Collector E. W. copy of tbe handsome volume entitled has beon Capt. Bute's right-hand man "At St. Thomas' ohuicb. Fifth avenue appearance especially the
Hall; Messrs. Geo. Hall, C. T. McBride for nearly a Is In full charge of tho last Miss his numerous guests, M
"Tbe Empire of the South, Issued by year, and Fifty-third street, evening. ladles, who now frenuent the lobby In
tore.Traffio and others.A
Manager J. P. Beckwltb, ofbe the Southern Railway Company, and office at this place, and Is assisted byMr. lllma Louise Curry, daughter of Mr. preference to the parlors of the hotel.

F. E. C. R}., returned to St. Augusine '08-0O catalogue of the Florida special mention of which was made in A. A, Cleveland, and Mrs, George Henry Curry, of Key

Monday from a trip down the East Agricultural College, at Lake City, is to our last issue.Mr. West, Fla., was married to Mr. Charles Managers of hotels In St, Augustine

Joast. hand at the Advocate office. This Stricter Quarantine Regulations.Dr. Henry Garthslde, of TJtlca, N. Y. TbeRev. are coming down, from the North tosupeilntond
Gus this
Institution is the only one of Its kind in Anthony, formerly Dr. John Wesley Brown, rector of lenovatlons and Improvements
Mrs. F. T. Budge and little girl, place, but now an enterprising young that' be made before the
the state and, as It should be, is largely the church, and the Rev. Dr. Coleman, must
J. Y. Porter State Health Officer
business in Dade with
>tella, arrived here the end of last week, patronized.Mr. man South stores of Utlos, were the officiating clergymen. oponlng of the coming season, says the
ind are spending a few days In town at West Palm Beach and Miami, was a of Florida, has announced that more The bride was at Ired In a ilch gown T.-U. A C. correspondent of that place.Messrs. .

ire returning home to Miami.Messrs. Glen Strohra, a prominent merchant passenger Wednesday's train, en strict quarantine regulations are now of white satin, with veil of tullo. She Palmer & McDowell, who have
of West Palm Beach, passed route to New York to purchase a winter maintained between Atlanta and Florida. lease Hotel for
taken of Magnolia
carried of lilies of tbe just a
a lionquet ,
II. F. Atkinson and Jas. T. through here yesterday on his way north stock of goods.Mr. Not that there is any fear of the Introduction white orchids and blossoms. a number of years, will roach bore the)
Sanders, two prominent Miami lawyers, of fever into Florida fiom orange
for a short business and pleasure trip. yellow will
has been the bilde's sister end of this month. Tlir Magnolia
C. Louise
Ironmonger appointed Miss Curry, ,
lave been in town for several days past
the citizens of Atlanta but that city
Tltusvllle'smost ,
Glen was formerly one of that date lathe
but before *
ittendlng to professional business. Eastern passenger agent of the having opened Its doors and Invited the was maid of honor. The bridesmaids open January 1,
popular young men.An Florida East Coast Steamship Company, people from the infected districts of were Miss Florenoo Garthslde, Miss neighborhood or $1:1,000: will be

There was quite a perceptible change entertainment will be given tonight with offices at 310 Broadway, New York; Mississippi and Louisiana to thorn, it Kate Storms, Miss Ethol Randall, Miss spent In Improvements. A hydraulloelovator

n the temperature on Indian River (Friday) at the colored school house and Mr. Wm. A. Fletcher Western passenger has been deemed advisable go to throw Mamie Curtis, Miss Clara Glldemelster with all the latest Improvements

Wednesday morning, the thermometer by the members of St. James' A. M. E. agent, with offices at 220 South some safeguards against these same and Miss Alice Smart. They were all Is to be built In the hotel, private

eglsterlng 70 degrees in Titusville at 0 church, Titusville. The programme Clark street, Chtpago.Dr. peoplo coming to Floilda, dieased In white and yellow, baths aio to be put Id, also fixtures for
Mr. Milton unole of tho bride steam heat In the public rooms, dining
>'clock.Messrs.. includes singing, recitations, short skirt Curry, ,
Wm. n. Oates U. S. A. of the
and halls. The hotol will be refurnished
best and the ushers were room
Admission man
dance, cake walk, etc, etc. : was ,
A. W. Bute, R. L. Motlowind adults, 10 cents; children, 5 cents. First Division Hospital, Seventh Army Death of Mrs. Kale Stewart. Messrs. J. J. Bergen, Mortimer Falk, L.E. throughout anil the outside)
Will Ballard three of our enthusastie Corps Jacksonville who has been on
P. Powsr, John Glldemelster, William will be freshly painted. The Magnolia
sportsmen, succeeded in securing Samuel, the 14-year-old son of Mr. sick leave for a month, left Ashevllle, A. Phillips and W. W. Mountjoy. has been managod by W. W. Palmer
Clerk A. A. Stewart of this
l couple of fine deer on their hunt the N. C, last week to rejoin his regiment. County the
and Mrs. A. A. Cleveland of this place received a telegram last nlglit After tho ceremony there was a wedding for twenty yenrs,
atter part of last week. died last Friday night, and was burled The genial Doctor gained llbs. avoirdupois that, Mrs. Kate Stewart, of Coqulna say.ng dinner at llerger's No. 7, West of last soason, when It was managed byMr.
tne in the Titusvillecemetery. during his trip. He expects to Mr. Garthslde and Geo. C. Howe, of the Buckingham.
The railroad dock at this place following evening leave for Cubit soon. died yesterday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock, Thlity-slxth street,
;aught fire from some cause or another The deatji of tbe boy, who at St. Augustine, whoie she had gone his bride will soon leave 'or MiamiFla.,

ibout 7 o'clock Tuesday night, but was had been 111 for quite a long while, is a Land Commissioner J. E. Ingraham, for the purpose of undergoing an operation. where they will pass the winter." FLORIDA FISHERIES.

ipeedily put out, and no damage totpeak sad blow to the bereaved parents, and of St. Augustine, after a trip of several Deceased was the wife of tbe Mr. Gsrthslde Is tbe popular cashier

of was done, our citizens sympathize with them in weeks' duration in Canada and the West, late Capt. Qulncy Stewart, and her death In the Bank of Bay Blscayne, Miami, at There are only a few fish dealers In

their loss. stopped at Ashevllle, N. C, on his way will be much regretted by her relatives which plaoo his bride Is also a favorite Florida who do a business the year

The annual report of licenses issued Miss narrlet Jones, a charming home last week, to enjoy the beauties of and hosts of fi lends on Indian River.Churtilt and well-known visitor.Mr round, from the fact that the variety offish

o Brevard county from October 1, 1807, sister of Mrs. Wm. M. Brown, of this that section for a few days. He left Mrs.Ingraham and Mrs. Garthslde are expeotedto taken here during summer do| not m

to October 1, 1808, by Tax Collector E.V. who has been on an extended trip and family in Toronto, Can., pass through here to-morrow en route carry sufficiently well to place them ontho

\ Hall, and certified to by Judge Minor through place, Europe, left England on Oct.8th for a while longer."Paradise Notices. to their future home on Blscayne Bay, northern markets, and that tbe
Jones will be found 7th of will not
s. on page rates of transportation
home to
for New York, en route Found" Is the title of a
this issue. and having Archdeacon B. F. Brown will conduct TROOPS WILL LEAVE JACK permit compelltlon with fish caught la
New Hartford, Conn., reports neat little pamphlet recently Issued by
Banker Wm, M. Brown returned to bad a most delightful time during her the land department of the Florida East divine services on Suuday next, the HitbInst. SONVILLE. Carolina and Virginia waters.
bis six weeks'tilp Harriet visited Titusville has The sermon In the evening will beon The denlers who have remained open
town Sunday last from tour. Miss Coast Railway, and a copy of which
the of the church within the this summer's season
North, looking benefited in health several years ago, and was very .popular been received by us this week. It contains growth This appointment Is for Eau The cost of moving the ttvclve regiments to business have been through somewhat disappointed
by the Mrs. Brown and children here, Interesting'and profitable
change. some very Gaille.Rev.. of the Seventh Corps In camp at tile small output.
with comparatively
will probably arrive from -New A false alarm of fire and the loud, Information pertaining to the East Jacksonville to Savannah, according to The generally conceded by
Hartford Conn. in the course of the Coast but more particularly tbe lower J. B. Hawk will preach at Georg- reason
quick blasts of the electric light woiks recent orders, will be about 91,000 each, those In authority Is that tho longcontinued
next two or three weeks.Mr. whistle, about 7I0:! o'clock last Friday section of Dade county, and is well lana Oct. Ktth, morning and evening. or approximately *.">o,000, which the drought In the spring and eaily
crowd of excited worth a perusal. Everybody Is cordially Invited to attend.i government will be called upon to pay to thaaourclty
J. O. Walton paid his Titusvilleliome night, quickly drew a summer months Is responsible for
a visit the beginning of the week, people to the Advocate building, which While recently at the Astor House, i ii the transportation companies for hauling of fish usually found here during

nfter an absence of some three or four was supposed to be In danger of being New York, Mr. Wm. M. Brown met one First Florida Keg-Intent to be Mustered the troops and tholr equipment from this time. My observation has been

iionthg, returning to Macon on .Monday, consumed by devouring liames. On further of his old Titusville friends, Lieut.'B.M. Out. there to Savannah. The bids for transportation that the fish best adapted to the southern -,

Mr. and Mrs. Walton and Master Claude investigation, however, the smoke Purssell,of the 13th Infantry, V. 8.A. railed for tourist sleepers, or, market during tho hot months bs

are enjoying their stay In Macon very which was the cause of all the trouble ., who was on his way to Porto Rico to Two battalions of the First Florida if these could not be furnished, then or* found In greater quantities In water:

much, and will probably remain there was found to be issuing from the flue on rejoin his regiment after having just recovered volunteers arrived on Monday nlglit in dlnary day coaches, bids to be made ona slightly fresh than In that entirely salt,

for some time yet.Mrs. the north side of the roof, tbe proprietor from a spell of sickness. Mr. Tallahassee, where the soldiers are tobe basts of one seat for each man. Tbe and I believe that a comparatively safe)
of the Eagle Clothing Store being innocently Brown said he understood that Lieut.Purssell mustered out. This section does Intention of this Is to provide every comfort and close estimate of a summer's yield,

M. II. Spades and Miss Julia engaged in burning some old had been promoted in the not Include four companies that are tobe for the soldiers In traveling, and tbe could be based upon the amount of rainfall

spades, of Indianapolis, Minn., well- in his stove on that side of the army, and was now a full-pledged caput retained In the service, among the backs of seats can thus be turned, making during April, May and June.

known winter visitors to St. Augustine, Capeis In the darkness and smoke n.TOWN. number being the Jacksonville Rifles a very good berth.In The outlook for the winter season Is

re now sojourning at Ashevllle, N. C, the natural outlet was not observed, and The men are generally well, and look so., addition to the troops, there are much more encouraging. A great deal
where they expect to remain several a geueral stampede was made into our FAMILIES OR INDIVIDUALS several cars of horses and baggage, to of energy Is being displayed by dealers)

weeks ere leaving for the Florida East office to locate the seat of the imagined desiring an occasional change from move a regiment a train of three sections in their preparations for handling thcatch.

Coast. Mrs. Spades and daughter are Are.A home fare will be sumptuously served Florida Oranges living Shipped. with from twelve to fifteen cars each It Is thought that there will be a

ilways gladly welcomed by the Ancient at tbe Indian River hotel, Titusville, The first solid carload of oranges to being Orders required.have been received for tbe vast Increase over former seasons, especially
''itie society. at special rates. Sunday dinners this left Port Tam In Spanish mackerel and blueflsh.
Come and See It. leave Florida season | a movement to Savannah to begin next established steamer
has a
specialty. The writer
last week over the Plant System to
The first to
Tuesday. regiment of
line Indian Itlvnr ror the purpose
and thence over the Georgia
WHITE CRIBS Curtain Kline Titusville, has opened Jasper, will be the Ninth Illinois, followed by concentrating at Titusville the fish from
New Fall Stock Millinery. Southern A Florida Railroad to Macon, the Second South Carolina, and then the
of various
Fail stock fleets working at
poles, Toilet sets. up bis large and elegant where the oranges have been purchased.Married. bis
for Inspection.Do Fourth Illinois regiment, which are to the river and will also doan
Fr/KxrrtntE Store, dry goods, etc., ready All the latest novelties points along ,
Titusville, Fla. not fall to call and examine it, as it constitute a brigade. extensive business In mackerel fishing;
will be well worth your while to do so. In bats, ribbons, trimmings, etc.Oaidkch Walker.. off the southern coast of tbe state.O. .
Matters. W. 8.Titusville .
Legal .
Mr. Harry Tuttle and Miss Fannie
[Fine Residence and IMneapple Miami la the Fla.. Oct. 4, '98.
of joined
Fowler were
of Swaoson Woods
Town Registration Book". Wanted for Cash The case vs. came New York Fishing Gazette.
Plantation For Sale. holy bonds of matrimony at that place up for trial this week before tbe Hon.

Fresh fruit and vegetables In small last night. We tender congratulations. Minor 8. Jones as referee. The action Sale
The town registration books are In Circuit of Dade Orange Grove for
shipments; prompt returns.J. was brought tbe court
most beautifully-located villa and now open at S. W. Carroll's store.S. A. Fi-oviRfor, Independent ..Announcement.Tbe county for dissolution of partnership
plantation overlooking from high G. Vasla&disoham, Cor. 1st and Poplar ts., and accounting, the parlies being en* In the heart of KIsslmmee city, Florida

bluff the picturesque .Indian River; in Clerk.Wauted Macon, **. appointment of Mr. John n nryto gaged In the saloon business at North ; 21rJ trees, 70 of them bearing moot

the centre of the pineapple section; large tbe office of treasurer by tbe Democratic Miami. An Interlocutory order was have a light crop on them now; a good

roomy buildings and ut-h ises. Modern to Kent, House for Sale.A Kxecutl e Committee, contrary to made by tbe referee, decreeing a partnership two-story residence oa opposite side <>C

conveniences; Inside toilet arrangements Democratic usage, based as it was on and setting out the Interest of the street, facing grove. A delightful b in

batbs, sewerage; boafcjpoase and furnished good, substantial, well-fiftished, false and malicious rumors by some parties. The evidence was voluminous for someone; healthiest locality in Florida

>ler; lawns, shrubbery, *owers and 15 In Florida, a desirable furnished, well hotel. nine-room, two-story house for sale InTitusville. unknown party, causes Chr, F. Fischer ami tbe arguments on each side exhaustive. ; artesian and sulphur water,betterdescriptloo g Mschool. -

acres In best quality pineapples. Further residence; also a small" Will sell cheap If sold soon. to come before tbe people as an Independent Messrs..Bobbins A Graham were Price enly *3,000i For
particulars Address "S, tbe candidate for tbe office of for complainant, and Sanders A Atkinson write to C. M. Osiib,

ofW.. O. WnrAs, care Advocate Titusville office, Fla., Inquire oa premises J*. V. L. Do-oeo*. treasurer at the next November election. represented defendant. Lock Box, 377, Miami, Fla.

Eden, Fla.


let It be clinched with Iron. Let every TO FRUIT GROVyERS. Free Pills. GEORG MARX. Jonar marx

point of. the contract ba written out induplicate. Send your address to II. E. Bucklen &

Went on Crutches Farmers are proverbially The American Fruit Growers' Journal; Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box

careless In business transaction. Let iibo published) at Atlanta, Ga., and Chicago, of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial Wholesale Dealers In
will convince of their merits. These
RheumaYeara expressly stipulated wb<)M>ertbe crop III, published on'the tenth of October a you
Was a Sufferer from are easy In action and are parttouarly PRODUCE.
tism for is sold as a total or by the. box of mercantile special "San Jose Scale" edition, the effective In the cure of constipation GROCERIES, FRUIT AND .,

fruit after It Is out and measured. subject being discussed by Prof. W. G. and sick headache. For malaria and

Hood's Saraaparllla Cured and Whether It is to be delivered in the Johnson, the Maryland State entomologist liver troubles. They they are have guaranteed been proved to invaluable. be 131 and 133 East B T Street and 6 and 8 Newnan Street,

Mad* Him Fool Young."I grove, at the depot, or in the cars. If itis and a number of other prominent perfectly free from every deleterious jTaols-sozxirlllo, HTMorici

have bad rheumatism, oB and on, sold as a total, the losses from frosting authorities. The edition oontatns the substance and to be purely vegetable.

ever since I wu discharged from the army and dropping are the buyer's losses. Let successful experiments of Prof, Johnson They do not weaken by their action and ,bowels but ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE cm!
In 1865. Part of the time I went on It be stated with preolsion If it is to be in fumigating decidious fruit trees and by giving tone to the stomach
greatly invigorate the system. Regular
crutches, and a great deal of the time Iwai sold by the box, at what rata the fruit nursery stock with hydrocyanic acid gas size 25o, per box. Sold by F. S.Chaffee .
obliged to use a can*. I had a Is to be gathered, or at lenst the outside for this dliease. The edition is Illustrated druggist, We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Pen-
rheumatism We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. AVe
with the guaranteed genuine. *
stomach trouble
date when it Is to be all off the trees; from photographs of the experiments Give a trial and will be pleased. tnt
tot and Vegetables. you
deal of Oranges
and I money
spent a great and let this date determine the contract. made especially for the American Paris Sewage.

They noediolnes would without give me relief permanent for a time benefit.but Let a liberal forfeit be deposited one- Fruit Growers' Journal. Carnival "confetti" have decided a MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville Fla.O .

the trouble would return. Six months half certainly ought to be satisfactory to You cannot afford to be without a carious point in Paris sanitation. Opponents

ago I began taking Hood's Sarssparllla, the grower and let it be stipulated that copy of this special edition, even though of the sewage farm system atAoheres TJlv dc
and now I am ao free from my allmerta the balance Is to be paid down in Installments you are not now brought face to face had declared that the drainage 1E C-A. S IB CO. ,

that my neighbor! say I act more like a pro rata, for each' lot that is with the alarming 'disease in your orchards. in the city was so slow that it took DEALERS IN -
of 17 than 63. I cannot reconv two or three weeks for the to
boy a man sewage
mend Hood's Saraaparllla too highly." cut from the trees, before it is loaded It may save you a thousand reach the pumping station at Clichy ICTlxxo7Vi33.es cincl I-.lc3Lxa.0rs,
H. M MabtiM, *sy West, Florida, into the cars. times the cost.in the future. Send ten
and that the fermentation going on in 417, 410V.. Bay fct.,
Sarsaparilla- Trust nothing to "lumping"; It Is a"rule cents for a copy of the edition of Oct. 10. that period was dangerous to the health

of thumb" by which the grower American Fruit Growers'.Journal, of Paris. At Euster this year a great JACKSONVILLE, \ FLA,

generally gets taken in and done for. Atlanta, Ga. many of the paper pellets, called "confetti" RICH WINES create (rood, rich heji
Is the bent In fact the One True Blood Purifier. and It the Parisians thy blood. Don't make the mlntakg
Tie a string to a stone throw over by that should have o
All druggists. It| six for > Get only Hood's.Hood's buying sour poor -wine because It u
the middle of a tree. Throw another Learn to say "no" when a dealer offers been used for the carnival 'were thrown cheapIt la not. It lias a nu.tv, digreeable
u J Dlff are sure, mild,elteeUvs.rlOOu about the street. The main boulevards effect anon the > tcin, Sibil,,
over at right angles to the first. Count you something "just as good" in
S flllS All druggists, 2S cents.JACKSONVILLE'S good Winers really not ]> the oranges on a fourth of the bearing place of Hood's Sarsaparilta. There were swept at 8 o'clock In tbataiorningof gives that puiled-toiietber, wu.
can be no substitute for America's the next day, the confetti going into Satisfied feeling.rgr .
area of the tree. Measure several trees -We make a Specialty of Norm r r
Greatest Medicine. the sewers, and before 11 they began to { no.Mountain Dew Corn V lilakey, tin.
GALA WEEK.Thoaa the same way. ( appear at Acheron. By noon the sewage years old,tAO per gallon.l'artlee .

Never forget that there is a vast difference nood's Pills cure nausea, sick head- fields were covered thick with them. well to order living from in us.Dry as Towns we can will d,

of our readers who were fortanate between the northern price and ache, biliousness and all liver ills.25cts Price The passage had taken about eight them BO per oent.on all orders.tT mt.

enough to witness the gala week f. o. b, price. Take the northern price hours, the sewage traveling Ave miles, Alwaya aend money with orden.
We will not open new account unlet.
festivities held in Jacksonville last year and there must be deducted from It commission Shirred and sleeves the and the fermentation theory was knocked suitable Jacksonville reference is giro,
puffed are order in the No Goods sent C. O. D. to
bead. Dry Tuwni.
will be pleased to learn that the Executive freight, rottage, and what Is %
of the day, and modistes are doing fyf Committee of that fete have decided more important than all else the Inevltable their utmost to make them fashionable Dewey Pardoned Him.It Brewers and Bottlers, Indiana pulia, lnd.

to hold the gala week this year on November losses resulting from Hhe fact ia.said that William Savage, one Hercules Malt Tome, 2.2B per case| Clayton & Russell Wild Cherry Brandy,14.50 per case.
Gilford made notable
Harry a personal
22nd, 23rd, 21th and 25th. The that fruit, beyond their produce, belongs of Dewey's sailors, found a considerable
in London In "A in
Kft programme, which is given below this within Uafed's "world of chance." Two success Stranger quantity of liquor at Oav-ite the day
New York." It is said that a number after the sinking of the fleet SAW AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YARD,
week, Is 'A most elaborate one, and dollars a box on the trees, cash in hand, Spanish
of London have endeavored Pnlatka, Fla. K. Bay St., Foot of Cathrrlna.I
managers and made stich use of it that when
there will be plenty of entertainment is better than a toss-up on four dollars. '
Unsuccessfully to get him. fonnd by his superiors he was only able
day and night during the week, $10,000 In New York.
to ntterona word "Hurrah 1" The subsequent WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
will be in When a merchant buys a lot of
expended furnishing amusements oranges Deafness Cannot be Cured court martial sentenced him toIS ,

and many new and novel idea* ships them north and sells them, days in chains, but when the finding
By local applications as they cannot Manufacturers of
are to be presented. The railroads have the grower has no recourse of any value reach the portion of the ear. There is of the court was passed up to Admiral

granted an unusual low fare, so all can If the buyer "turns down" his cheque. only one way to cure deafness, and that Dewey he wrote on it: "The proceedings
go. But if he consigns his fruit and It Is sold is by constitutional remedies. Deafness of the court are approved, the sentence Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. #

The following gjves the events for the and he can trace the consignment, he Is caused by an Inflamed condition of la disapproved, and the accused, ,

four days of the gala week: can have the consignee arrested for embezzlement Tube.the mucous When lining this tube of Is the Inflamed Eustachian you William post in Savage consideration, is ordered of the returned glorions tobis A large stock of Dry CypTeBS flooring, celling, siding, mouldings, shingles,

TUESDAY. If he does not account for have a rumbling sound or* Imperfect victory won by the fleet under com lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypresimouldings

10 a, m. Annual convention of Mayors the proceeds.Be hearing, and when It Is entirely closed, mand." my of all patterns a specialty.

and Councllmen cities of Florida, wary of cheques given in payment deafness is the result, and unless the inflamatlon When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us.
can be taken out and this tube The Baa-le as sua Aid to Warfare.
for sold
fruit f. b. Better
8 p. m. Parade of Are, police, street accept a restored to Its normal condition, hearing
and sanitary department of city, and exhibition little lower price and stipulate for spot will be destroyed forever; nine cases out One of the marked differences between
Are cash on each installment before It is of ten are caused by catarrh, which Is this war and the- last is the increased
by department.
8 Fantastic parade, loaded into the cars. This is no reflection nothing but an Inflamed condition of the use of the bugle in infantry regiments. THE SOUTHERN FUEL & SUPPLY Company.
p. mucous surfaces.We It is far less subject to damage
WEDNESDAY. on commission merchant; it Is a will give One Hundred Dollars for than the drum and can be heard at a

10 a. m. Annual convention State reflection on the Hafed. any case of deafness (caused by catarrh) greater distance. The bugle is well

Good Roads Association. that cannot be cured by Hall's' Catarrh adapted to the greatly enlarged form of Wood Goal Coke Brick .Lime Cement
What Scrofula Is. Cure, Send for circulars; free. skirmishing now a part of tactics. St. ,
11 a. m. Annual oonventlon Travelers' V. J. CUENEV A CO., Toledo, O, Louis Globe-Democrat.

Protective Association. Scrofula Is a disease as old as antiquity.It Bay-Sold by druggists_ 75o. Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
8 p. m. Bicycle races. has been banded down for generations 1
8 p. m. Historical and allegorical parade. and Is the same to-day as In Change of Steamboat Hohedule, Vents the Klondike.Mr. .

early times. It is emphatically a A. C. Thomas, of Maryavllle, Tex., 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla, Telephone 262.J. .
disease of the blood, and the only Commencing Monday next, Oct. 10th, has found a more valuable discovery
THURSDAY. way to cure It Is by purifying the the steamer St. Augustine, of the Iv'R.A than has been made'In the Klondike. K. MUNNERLYST, General Manager.
10 a, m. Peaou jubilee.- blood. That Is just what Hood's B. B. I. N. Co., will leave Tltusville For years ha suffered untold agony from
: il p. m. Horse races. Sarsaparllla docs in every case where Mondays and Wednesdays at 5:110: p. m., consumption, accompanied by hemorrhages

8 p. m. Trades display. It eradicates It Is given ail a faithful Impurities trial, from the arriving at St. Luclo River Tuesdays audThursdays. ; and was absolutely cured by Dr.King's I Invite jour Attention to mj Complete Stock of
Leave St. Lucie Kiver Tuesdays New Discovery for consumption,
FRIDAY. blood, and cures the sores, bolls, and Thursdays, arriving at Tltusvllle coughs and eolds. lie 'declaresthat
10 a. in. Military parade.p. pimples due and all I forms of skin disease Wednesdays and Saturdays. gold is of little value In comparison with -fr HARDWARE AND CROCKERY *
to scrofula
taints in the
| cft would
tn. Athletto sports. blood. Hood's this marvelous cure; have It, even
Saraaparllla has won if It cost a hundred dollars a bottle.
,8 p. m. Fireworks. the grateful praise of vast numbers WANTED SKVERAL TRUSTWORTHY Per. Asthma, bronchitis and all throat and Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware, Granite
of people by its grand and complete this state to manage our buaineaa in lung affections are positively cured by ware, doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, Ice cream
SELLING ORANGES AT HOME. cures.Don't oflloe their own work and ooniluoted nearby at counties.home* flalary It Is atraigheStiuOayeer mainly Dr. King's New Discovery. Trial bottles freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, garden tools,
allow scrofula to develop in your and expenses derlnita, bonatltle, no free at F. S. Chaffee's drug store. plows and harrows, paints and oils. Fruit- jars and Jelly glasses, poultry netting
blood.Hood's Cure It at onoe by taking more, no self-addressed leas salary. Monthly stamped S70.envelope References.Knolnse Herbert Regular size 50c. and $1. Guaranteed and barbed wire,

The grower should be willing to sell Saraaparllla. K. Hess, Pre*.,Dept. M,Chloigo. to cure or price refunded. Harrison Bros* Heady Mixed. Paints.

his crop at a reasonable price, and, to
Shirt waists are noW much more elaborate Please Write me for Prices. i respeotruiiy solicit itloniof
determine what that may be, should,- for your patronage. Mail Orders given lTompt and Careful Attention, and Inquiries lor
months beforehand, read widely and than they were In the past. The prices answered promptly,

carefully and Inform himself by conversation blouse seems to'be the most popular of 3UE. ZEJ.Horallsts .
all the
as to the probable size of the designs. Fla.
West Palm Beach,

crop, especially apples, which would Good nature Is the beauty of the mind, MANIER & LANE MUSIC CO.ConoYer

have a tendency to alTeot the price of and, like personal beauty, wins almost .

Florida oranges. without anything else sometimes Indeed

There are also other considerations toba in spite' of positive deficiencies.Ilanway. Magnolia Grocery....

taken into account. Is your crop an .

extra good one f Is it large enough to Wholesale and Retail Dealer in

make it worth while for the buyer to gosomeidistance Fischer

from the railroad to secure prate, and may doctors Kingsbury, Franklin STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES

It f Are thore other crops near by prove, and
that he could probably purchase to combine science shout Butterine, 14cts. per pound.

with yours, so as to make It an from, the but house-just PIANOS Write or call (or our Cash Trice List, which will please you.

object to handle the entire lot ? or Is \\top long; as the 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

your crop small, Isolated, far from the the flowers sing and Telephone No. 255.Mr. .
railroad, a little scaly, a little rusty, and" bloom, and amaiden's COTTAGE ORGANS.....

otherwise not particularly desirable ? In lips

short, for twenty-four hours put yourself are and cherry-red a young, Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms. EASY RIDING.

In the dealer's place, forget that yon \ man's eyes
look, love lust
are the owner of fruit, and consider what so Ions;the lads Write for Catalogues.MANIER All the time and speed when you
and want It Is a great feature ofWe
you would do If you were In his place. lassies will
kiss and kiss
fttt Having fully determined In your own asraia. A LANK MUSIC COMPANY,
mind, by this thorough examination of And where, rood men, ia the harm if the
kissers and kiaaeee be healthy, and true 24 Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
the facts what reasonable, Is
a price
lore atands sponsor. It ia only when ill-
apply It on a dealer or two and see how health has blasted the sweet cleanliness ofJouth Here are some Keating points for your consideration:

It works. Always remember that It that death lurks pon its lips. The The Frame makes
germs of dread consumption are as ItSTRONG.
takes two to make a bargain, and that haimleaa ae Jane-time butterflies to the .
you may not have been entirely successful young man or woman who ia thoroughly
The Construction makes it
el.an, sweet and healthy in every fiber and
in putting yourself In his place. If tiaaue. The germs of disease only attack DURABLE.
you find that your price does not attract that which is already partly decayed.
There is a great medicine that ie a sore HOMESEEKERS The Bearings give
a purchaser, look it over" carefully a second and certain protection against all germs _= ItSPEED..
time. Keep cool, say nothing. If and a speedy cure for all germ diseases.
It is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical .
Discov.cry. The Double Roller Chain
first-class and desirable
fruit is
your It gives
youthful seat to the appetite. IT FLT.Up .
the chances are that ono or more It corrects all faults of the digestion. It Who are Seeking a Home in the MAKES
of the dealers will .come back again. aids assimilation. It 611s the blood with hill, down hill, on the tour, road or track
the vital, lire-giving elements of the food.
Beware of the man who offers you considerably It builds sweet, clean, healthy tissues in South should send to the undersigned It has No Equal. e -
more than the market quotations every part of the body. It drives oat all Send for Catalogue.KEATING.
disease germs. It cores 98 per cent of all
as you find them in reputable caaea of bronchial, throat and lung affec for a copy of the WHEEL COMPANY
fruit journals, and especially of the man tions if taken in time. All good medicine ,
dealers sell it, and have nothing "just asgood. Mltldletown, Conn,
who says ; "We will give you so and soIf ."

you keep It In strlot confidence, as we Joe. Henderaoa Dirblun,of 344 Josephine Florida East Coast Homeseeker.
atrext, New Orleans, "I
La. writes 1 wu ailing llucklen'a Arnica Salve.
should not like to have It quoted.
for some two yearn, Nnering (ram dyspepsia, a No Cure No P y.
But If the cannot his tired RMllng. and toes of energy and appetite.
grower get price, I tried oae bottle of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical The best Salve In the wor d for cuts, That la the all drn It Is then for him 'to consider whether r>lseo bottle cv and, fcmad great relief. I took two bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever GROVE'S TASTELESS way CHIIX TOMC
three ia
he had better drop a little on It or take Store all and oae or two eisla sores, tetter, chapped hands chilblains It >
FelUte. when I was In good health have lands for Fruit Tobacco for Malaria, Chills and Fever.
his chances by shipping his fruit on com eein. I recommend Dr. rinse's Golden Medisl Growing, Trucking, Growing, and for corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi simply Iron and Qulntae' Ina tasteless
| Discovery 10 do all that tt la claimed to do," Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest In tho United States. tively cures Piles, or no pay required. form. Children love It Adults prefer
mission. There Is a strong Inherent
A saaa or woman who neglects It ia guaranteed to give perfect eatlaftctlon WcChicago's
Price -
to It to bitter tonics. ,
Apply nauseating
probability that If he can satisfy himself MStipatioa snSecs from alowKieoauar. 1JAS. or money refunded. Price 25c. p r

of the responsibility of the dealer, he Dr. Pierce's Pleasant E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner box. For sale by F. S. Chaffee, druggist.
f constipation. One eUiroa for the
had better reduce his price a little In !Mttle "Pellet" U a gentle laxaJ new directory
order to effect a sale at home. * and two a mild cathartic. w FLORIDA EAST COAST R'T, [Remember, the Advqcatc, Titus city a population of 1 93,000, which l lan
All medicine dealers sell them. ville, does all kinds figures <'
of Job printing. Give Increase of (&J000 ever the)
But when the Is made *"
bargain once MO ether pills are Just as good." ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. ns a share of your work.] 18 7.

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Craft WnJeh Will Right Itself Whoa

Upset. Manufacturers of
GRAHAM, the ordinance* of the Town of Editor Indian River Advocate WHEREAS, The Legislature of 18(17( < under
require that an annual tlectlou The aooompauying illustration represents of IH B, of the State of
\ of officers in and for the said town shall a novel 'lifeboat which baa been There has been so much said in the Florida, did p as three Joint Resolutions
be held on theFOURTH proposing Amendments to the Constitution of Yellow Pine Lumber
ATTORNKTS-AT-LAW, MONDAY IX devised and patented by James Mitchell, agricultural press about cabbage growing the State of Florida, and the same were agreed ,
From 10 to 12 a. in. OCTOBER Sr of Arrow River, Manitoba, Canada.In the to by a vote of tliree-nfths of all the members
Houbs: that to an ordinary Individual
nmca of each eleoted to eaoh House; that the vote on said
and 3 to 4 p. m.TrrusviLLK Now, therefore, I, Minor S. Jones, President general form the boat is cigar shaped subject would seem threadbare by this Joint Resolutions were entered upon their respeotlve . ,,1M
Brevard Co. Florida.p of the Board of Alilernien and Aotlnir Mayor of tapering from the middle to both Journals, with the yeas and nays thereon Oraage Box Heads,
said town, do hereby give notice that metal time, but an important crop like tho cabbage ,and they did determine and dtreot that the
0 Vox, 108.mpnotloslnalltbeoourU. ends, and is constructed either of said Joint Resolutions be submitted to the Fruit A Vegetable Crate*.
state and fed AN ELECTION WILL BE HKL1on > or wood. The boat pictured in the engraving In the Southern states, has so Kleotors of the state at the General Eleotion In Lumber delivered at any part of Indian River

"smcM taoillties for examining- and perteotngliwd the Fourth Monday of October, A D1808. the is formed of wooden staves, surrounded many variations of soil, climates and November Now,therefore, 1MIIS. ,I,John L.Crawford,Secretary on through bill of lading. Anyone contemplating
same being theTWENTYFOURTH building on the East Coast,would do well*
( titles.M by hoops and strengthened from fertilising, that almost every grower of State of the State of Florida, do hereby give write for prices. The Sawmill is situated or.J. the

DAY OF OCTOBER, 1898, within by stont ribs. A largo conical finds out something new about It every ndtioe thara GENERAL ELECTION .,T. K.W. By., miles south of PaUtka,

at the Court House, (there being no town hall) block at each end of the boat ia provided
JONES time he makes a crop of it. All of us Sutsiima Hifrhts, Putnam co.,Fla.
IKOR in the said Town of For
Titusrllle the election will be held In each oonntv In Florida, on Tuesday
of the following oftlotrs, to-witi with a passage or *ope guideway, make the mistake, more or less, of not next succeeding the (irst Monday In Novcuiber
One Mayor. whose ends are at right angles to each ,A.D,1X1)8, the said Tuesday being the
better attention to the
ATTOrCSTETATLAW.TITUSVILLE One Marshal. paying preliminaries
One Collector of Taxes, other. A rope passes through these EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, Choice . .
in In other words
BREVARD CO., FLA, One of Clerk Taxes and ex-ottlcio Treasurer and Asses guideways, extends through the whole crop growing. for the rati float ion or rejection of the said Joint Wln3,Liquors
sor and don't work the soil before
we enough
Three Aldermen.Anil length of the boat, and is attached to a Resolutions proposing Amendments to the Constitution

County Judge of Brevard County.D that raid Kleetion shall be held accord ship by the usual means. Within the, planting our crops. Another mistake we of the State of Florida, as follows, vis t . and Cigars.Ouaranteed .

ing Laws: to of the Florida.-provisions of Chapter No. J28, of the body pf each oonioal block and Intersecting make is'ln not applying our fertilisers ARTICLE XH. Pure.

I further give notice that J. O' Fries, C. R. each rope guideway is a recess long enough ahead of planting time tobe Section 13, of Artlola XVI, shall, be and isamendeil at reduced
GAULDEN" Stewart and M.E. English are appointed judges block. so as to read as follows 1 Sold
U of said election, and J. F. Goldsmith clork of containing a spring 'pressed immediately available when wanted SECTION 13. The sureties upon the official prices
said election.In When the rope is removed, the block is by the plants. Soil Intended for bonds of all State,Oounty and municipal officers
ATTORNET-AT-LAW, testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my automatically forced down so as to prevent young shall be residents of,ami have sufficient visible Imported I*
hand and caused the seal of said town to be a cabbage crop should be the very best pn perty unencumbered within the State, not Tokay Wine,
Will practice in all the Conrts of the State affixed this 14th day of September, A D 1808. the entrance of water. Should it be exempt from sale under legal process, to make from
f Florid*, and the United States Courts.P. [Seal) MINOR S. JONES, Impossible to lower the boat in the orNKW on the arm. Where possible, sod-land good thetrr bonds: and the sureties upon the Italy.
Attest that has been lying Idle for a couple of official bonds of all oounty anil luunlolpal officers
.0.Box,238. TITUSTILLK, FLA. Acting Mayor.S. shall reside within the county where their John B. Togni
Money to Loan. It .G.VANLANDINOHAM, years Is the best; falling that, land that principals upon auon bond* reside, and shall ,

Clerk.T has been In a root crop and has been have In sufficient such oounty visible, that and Is unencumbered not exempt property from Metropolitan Saloon, 121 East Bay SU,

well fertilized oomes next. The Fall snle under legal process to make good their liability JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
/ on suoli bonds I Provided,''Thnt any duly ,
M.GOLDSMITH NOTICE OF ELECTION.To crop that has been planted out In September organised end responsible Guarantee or Surety Wholesale and Retail......
Company, either foreign or doinestio, lawfully
does well follow
or October very to doing business in this State, may beoomeand beaooepted
ATTORNET-AT-LAW, the as surety on all auoh official bonds."
sweet potato crop newly dug,
The Largest and Most Complete
the Sheriff of Brevard County, of and in that case Insures the soil being In ARTICLE XIII.
Titusrllle, Florida.r the State of Florida: Establishment South.GEO. .
good tilth. Section 3A, of Artlola V,of the Constitution of
KNOW YE. that I, John L. Crawfor.l, Sec The cabbage crop ts a gross feeder the State of Florida, is hereby amended so as to S. HACKER
of State of the State uf Florida, do read as follows 1 .
J. WEBB, hereby give notice that a and will require heavy fertilization to do SECTION 3D. No oonrts other than herein

GENERAL ELECTION well; better have a small patch thoroughly specified shall be established In this state, except
that the clothe
Legislature may any Railroad
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, will be held In Brevard County,State of Florida, fertilized than a large area poorly Commission with Judicial rowers in all
on Tuesday next succeeding the First Monday matters connected with the functions of their
Will practice In the Courts of the 7thCircuit. in November, A.D. 18U8, the said Tuesday being fertilized. On our ordinary Southern office.

Taxes paid for non-residents the soils 1,500 pounds per acre is the minimum ARTICLE XIV.

and rents and accounts oolleoted.Tltusvllle KIOHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, quantity to get anything like a fair Add the following asIII. Section 84, of Article

Florida. For One Representative of the Second Congressional LIFEBOAT.dinary crop, and if the soil ia well filled with .
District of the State of Florida In way by letting out the suspending SECTION 34. Immediately upon the Impeachment
the Flf ty-slxtu.Congniss of the United States. rope, it may be launched upon an humus and generally In a good physical of any oflloer by the House of Representatives

0. FRIES C. E. For One Justice of the Supreme Court of the the from condition, a ton can be applied with he shall be disqualified from performing
State of Florida,for full terra. even keel by severing rope any of the duties of bis offloe until ao-
quitted by the Senate, and the Governor, In
results. If could
within.Hatohways. profitable we get on
For One Justine of the Supreme Court of the such case, shall at once appoint an Incumbent
COUNTY SURVEYOR. State of Florida, for unexpired term of B, S. for the entranoe and exit the market a fertilizer with the following to till such office pending the Impeachment pro
Liddon,resigned. of rudder and steering ceedings. In case of the Impeachment of the
Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. For One Treasurer of the State of Florida. passengers, a analysis, it would be just, what the Governor, the President of the Senate, or in case
For Two Railroad Commissioners for the term ropes operated from the hatohways or cabbage crop wants i that if to say 10 of the death, resignation or Inability of the
Mapping neatly done. Estimates for of Four Years. from within the boat, are all provided.A President of the Senate, the Speaker of the
per cent potash, 7 per cent phosphorlo House of Representatives shall act as Governor MANUFACTURERS OF
all kinds of engineering works. Disputed For One Railroad Commissioner for the term of heavy keel gives the boat stability pending the Impeachment proceedings against
Two Years. sold and 2 to 3 cent of nitrogen. In
and rights it, should it be overturned. per the Governor. Doors Sash Blinds
lines a specialty.TrTOSVHXE For One Member of the House of Representa this case you would have to apply a little The votes oast In comnllanoo with said proposed ,
Ventilating pipes are provided which
tives of the State of Florida. amendments, anil the canvass, declaration
Brevard Co., Florida.7E0RGE For Tax Assessor. can be olosed by valves to prevent the nitrate of soda to each hill when the and returns thereof, shall be subjected totbe Moulding & Building Material.
same and restrictions
For Tax Collector. entrance of water. Solentifio American. plants get to growing good, but that Isan Erovided by regulations Taw for General Election* as In the aro

For County Treasurer. ______________ advantage, In that there is absolutely Florida.wrThe Office Warerooms, King, opposite
/ W. ALLEN, For Three Members of the County Board of loss of attention of the Sheriff I* called tothelaw Cannon Street.Charleston .
Public Instruction. Teeth and Health.In no nitrogen. requiring him to cause a Notice of said
For Justice of the Peace In and for the follow This year I had the opportunity of doing Election to be puhlisned In a newspaper printed S. C.
ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW ing Justice Districts, via: No. 8, No. S, No. 6, late years more and more attention In the oounty, If there be a paper In the oounty, ,
No. 10, No.11, No. 14, No. 13, No. 16, No. 17, has been paid to the condition of the a little In the experimental way of and If there be no paper published in the
Key West No. 18, No. ID,No.20, No. 21. county, he shall canse at least Ave copies of this
Florida. teeth of for life insurance growing cabbage and the results of
candidates my Notice to be posted In the most publio places in Sash Weights Cord and
For Constable In and for the Justice
Will practice In the United States Districts, vis 1 No 3, No.4, No following ft.No.6, No. T, and now the report of the dentist is considered experiments amount to this, that It Is tbe oounty.IN ,
and State Courts. 9jun05rR. No.8,No.10, No. 11, No. 12. No. 13, No. 14, of proportional value with that sheer folly to spend time and take TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto Hardware.
No. IB.No. 10, No. 17,No. 18, No. 19.t.W' upland set my hand and affixed the Great Seal of
of the physician in determining the value the State of Florida,at Tallahassee the
The of in attempting to a of It Capital,
attention the 8herlff Is called to grow crop
this the 30th of IttiM.CL. .
day July,
of the "life. So the in'dioations
thelaw requiring him to Notice important are
cause a of said
fertilized and it Is also Window and Glass
F. H. HOUGHTON, Election to be published In a newspaper printed afforded by the teeth of the Improperly ; S.) JOHN L. CRAWFORD, Fancy
in the oounty, if there he a paper in the county, quite useless to try to make proper heads Seoretary of State.To .
health and of the A SPECIALTY.SO
general strength constitution
and if there be no paper published in the county .
,he shall cause at least Ave copies of this of candidates for the United without a properly balanced fertilizer. Joseph P. Brown, Sheriff Brevard County.
DENTIST. Notice to be posted in the most publlo places In While low-grade fertilizer showed fairly
the oounty. States navy that unless a would be cadet a

can pass a creditable examination good results during the growing period YEARS'
Daytona .
Florida.DALPH L. at the hands of the dentist he must but when It came to harvesting the CERVERA WAS MISTAKEN, EXPERIENCE
[ S.J < id.idwwv cm DMti-a vi m itrriuiftt u
Tallahassee, the Capital, this the 25tb make up his mind to look for another beads were not there, nothing but amass
day of August, 1898. calling. It is argued that if the teeth And It Did Not Take Him Long to Find
E. SMITn, M. D. of leaves; whereas, In the adjoining It Out. ldM
JOHN L. CRAWFORD, are not in good trim the digestion, and
patoh, with the same variety of cabbage Crimson with passion Admiral Cor-
eventually of the general health
sep2 nov4 Seoretary of State.To course, ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. and consequently the professional efficiency set out at the same time, and vera threw off the olothing loaned him
J. P.Brown,Sheriff, Brevard County,
Specialist in Genital, Urinary an Rectal of the candidate must be impair treated exaotly In the same way as to by bis captors and stood again in the Thaoc Mark
Diseases. ed. These restrictions are now likely to cultivation, etc., and having the high- balbriggans he had worn when made a Dcsiaris

AnaBsthetle From Sooth America. extend to the army. One of the first grade fertilizer on tbem, every single aprisoner. Copyrights AcAnynn

Located at Haclde Hotel, The latest thing in this line is named signs of this movement ia the announcement plant headed hard enough to make cannon is the grand insult you put uponme" MMrtetn*Mndln-ff nur a sketch oiilnlon and frtjajrhethar dnsorlpttnn vamfptilnklf ta

Jacksonville, Florida. eucaine, prepared from a South American that a bill is to be passed to establish balls of. This he cried storraily. Jh prrihnbly pHtentabltf. Communl
spring was certainly tlonatriatljr oonflrientut. HnnribonkoD Patents
plant, and in its local action similar a dental corps in the United Why, what on earth's the matter, enfe free. Old out ripency for patent-,
of the nature to test any kind of crop, admiral?" exclaimed his American Patent* taken through ta"it moelv*
to cocaine, but without anyxf the poisonous States army. It is proposed to make the escort flpwfaJ notice, withoutScientific In tbaiiiTjintlnn
Pineapple, Orange and Lemon effects of the latter, even though army dentist a part of the medical owing to the excessive long drought we pained and surprised at the temper

Land For Sale employed in much larger dosoa. The corps, assigning one surgeon dentist,' had, and all the crops of every variety fit American.A .

Cheap. severest test as yet reported was the with the rank of major, to each brigade, showed the results of having a liberal "I have been paroled. It Is the sacred handsomely llluMtf ated weekly. I argent ofr*
cnlatlon of any aolentido Journal, Term a, tH
amputation at the lower third of the and one surgeon dentist, with the rank quantity of potash salts In the fertilizer, word of honor I have given that I try year* four month** 91told by all newadualer*.

l nd I have on St.for Lucie sale 80 river acres few of pineapple miles be leg of a man 08 years old without the of captain, to each regiment. The army A great deal depends on the way In not to escape. Is it not so?" MUNN & Co j- ""'' New York

low Eden, 40 of which, a being northeast use of chloroform or ether, followed by dentists are to be graduates of reputable which the ground Is prepared and the "Why, certainly, admiral, certainly; Uranoh Offloe, CIS _Wssblnston,D. 0.SyA .
rapid and of the dental colleges. The teeth of the but""Then
quarter of northeast painless healing stamp.As
quarter of section fertilizer applied In making If
much of rank and file of the inspected any crop. what means it that I find herein
18,township 38 south of 41 east the eucaine was put into army are to be
other 40 is, the northeast range quarter; two or three tablespoonfuls of water as periodically and kept in order, the soil Is very sandy I have bad best my ounrto de dormlr ah, what ia it, J> .TVi&i
0'' southeast quarter of section 8, the water would dissolve, and with a and the soldier himself is to be instructed results in applying the fertilizer In the you say my bedroom yes, that I find i RUBBER TAMPS, TWHYNOTHAVSYOWWQBK

township 38, south of range 41 east." hypodermic syringe a few drops of the how to second the efforts of the den fuirow nnd working It in the soil with here in my bedroom a precaution that DONE IY QUICKCHEAPANQARXUABU

The above land can be bought for $10 solution were injected under the skin. tist. Chicago Record. mUMMER an ordinary cultivator and removing the jailers use to keep their prisoners from

P oranjfe lemon
or growing. injeotion another was made,.then another honor, senor, and I most bitterlyresent" LMLal
Will bo sold In lots'of 40 acres, for wide bed to set the plants in. If the SEALS.MASS CHECKS ,

* h. This land will soon be worth $50 until the limb was girdled by soil Is stiff with a clay sub-soil not very -
P r acre. them at the place where amputation "Say, what are yon talking about
deep broadcasting tho fertilizer Is the BIGGEST PLAN
Apply to C. H. Walton Advocate was intended. After waiting five minutes anyway?

becoming Insensible the needle waa with a barrow. Never plow any commercial the iron grating on the windows,

thrust deeply into the muscles and Injections fertiliser under by scatteilng'on senor 1""Iron

made. In a few minutes all CATARRH top and plowing with a turning plow; grating nothing! That's simply

TfcD-SEVERAL in this state to TRUSTWORTHY Persons that portion of the leg, including three this buries it away forever, and yet a a corrugated netting to keep out the WEAK MEM MADE VIGOROUS.Caaada's .

"ml nearby counties manage our It business is mainly inasvl or four Inches above and below the ring Catarrh 0Uf bowtlt, t+* good many farmers do It and then declare mosquitoes, my dear admiral." New
work conducted at home. Salary straight of injections, waa found to be destitute tout it it matt pi rvattnl intk York Journal.
w>ayear and expenses definite, bnnattde, no 1 tumtner montht, iteailtdtrntimtr that guano Is of no account.In _____ ______>.
Ei0! "nr5' of feeling, and the operation of cutting
) Monthly T5. References. catarrh.
setting out 'the cabbage plant* Luminosity In Plants.
""-" ,
?. stamped envelope, Hert off the limb was proceeded with exactly
Hum, l'rest., Dept. M,Chicago. as with chloroform. When the deeper Itsurprlsesmanythat tbey should be St least three and a half Many Instances have been recorded ol

tissues were cut into, a slight smarting bowel trouble la catarrhal. feet apart In rows, and If a large variety, flowers being luminous at night They oat.

sensation was experienced a few Dr. Hartman'sbooks two feet In the drill; all depending on only seem to do this on rare occasions, What PEFFER'S NERVIQOR Dtdi.l

times, but immediately relieved by the make this plain. the market you are going to sell them hence they are to be envied who have -St,lRow ,,""' "n,, "''"''V Cures when all
Write to the Pe-ru-na the good fortune to witness the .
phenomena. Tnunif men rnualn lost nmnliomli old
application of a little more of the solution markets demand
In. Some a small cabbage
Medicine Co., Columbus, O., for them. Though the writer hus often menrerorerroutifrul l or. Jabsol-teiyUni,
nntmmm CTiir
to the seat of the discomfort.Metallising ta> Ne v asneae, l>n e Vftalltr.
They tell all about catarrh and how of three to five pounds, that Is sold endeavored to get fortune's favor, she "
" ". jr-lll-ST Jtery,VVastln-
Wood, Pe-ru-na curesHt wherever located., to the consumer Intact. Other markets has never smiled on him but once, "'" "<*Ji, 'rt '/ atnu* or mwm andOlf l --

Still another method of metallizing "I hod chronlcdiarrhoea demand a large fifteen-pound cabbage, when be saw the phosphorescent glow InCsn

wood, one by which i becomes very for fifteen' years," writes that Is sold to the consumer by the from fungi in a hollow tree, just like
COTTON HrilH Mr. T. B. Miller. Grand the glow of match be carried la
a when rubbed in
that In setting out
solid and resistent and assumes the- appearance Prairie, Tex. I tried pound, so plants one
Soft of a true metallic mirror, is many medicines and m has to study his prospective market. If the dark. A German naturalist. Her*

Seine Twines described in the Paris Monde with much doctors in vain..At laatPeruna small cabbage Is wanted, plant close; if Ilaggren, seems to have met with a

A Perfect detail. Briefly, the wood is first immersed waa recommended large, plant wider.I number of instances in his country or, Sold
sturgeon twine. for three or four days, as may be.its ,and it relieved have always had best results In getting rather, the night watchman he employ, by J. D. Screven, only.Royaltansy .

CABLE C0R08 and MACRAME.E. degree of permeability, in a.caustio and on red me at once." a good stand by running a shallow ed did. He'concludes the phenomena
EMORY furrow and planting In the bottom of are more likely to occur when it is
alkaline and thence immediately
JOHNSON, ow. a o c m lye, passes Mr. John Uarting. 033 this furrow using either a trowel
or a
M00DUS. CONN. into a bath of hydroaulphite of Main St., Cincinnati, O.. sheep picket about three inches wide dark, after rain, following a sunny day.

calcium, to which is added, after 34 or writesr "My wife and for the purpose; by using a tool of this July and August gave tbe most in. pills

80 hours, concentrated solution of sulphur myself took your le7i. shape Instead of a round one. It makes a stance*. Occurrences began soon after wcwDir vEitv. ncvmraita. _&

in caustio potash. The duration of ru-na for chronlo dlar- out, not a bole and the roots of the sunset, and there were none after dawn.He A n wnUmtummailtmtrmUmthruB.prMned, summI**, scanty or painful.
1rhoea and it cured us, tie In could not decide on the cause of the manM.uraelfin.Now waod by or 8tfO.Q
this bath is about 48 hours, and its temperature II No doctor medicine young plants can spread the cut Mtas, l; l o u umm cniuu. u*.
is from 65 to SO degrees. Finally or and I And that they start to growing luminosity. Meehan's Monthly.t er daa araus I .Itatl a. Kama
we tried before helped papar. *t par box, auiaU Boast. Haasaaalad
rjn bnTln imIi Mm.T|. the wood i* immersed for 20 or 40 quicker.If In plain rapper. 'Hand e lia
r iSf"" "baosunstbeeo 1 M. the weather Is dry at setting out, Hew Oov.rauOeoaral.. .lamps for partloulan. Said br In I
in hot solution of oflead.
IK""""',M*' l"'* >r l" hours a acetate Mr. Edward Wormack.Ledbetter dranrl-taoradiln a PErra.UMr VI-
should be watered
'| the plants as tbey are Tbe Karl of Mlnto, tbe new
? r nmla En.VhS;*"* "< rM scads to Tex., : set and tbe soil firmed to tbem, leaving general of Canada Viscount
Jh.T T* L I. alw.y. thai and after having undergone a proper Pe-ru-na for bowel that laat cut slightly open, and three or as Mel. Sold by J. D. Screven, only.
p ua,mop,tot drying at a moderate-temperature, troubles is unequalled four days afterwards be watered again; goad 'was military seoretary to Lord

FERRY'S acquires under a burnisher of bard by anything in my experience. but In this second water, a little nitrate Lansdowne when be as governor general

wood a polished surf ace and exhibits avery I owe mv of soda should be diluted, sa a pound of Canada. "The impression Lord The Adxooat- still giving away,

brilliant metallic luster a luster life to Pe-ru-na, and to 25 gallons of water, and a half pint of Melgnnd left in Canada," says tbe TorontoMail free, tobacco aeed of the finest grade.

SEEDS still further increased in its attractiveness ahall alwaya recommend water te every plant. This will act as a and Empire, "waadistinctly Call and get some, with. Instructions for
& It to thoae Buffer* gentle stimulant and give the favorable to blm. He it* cultivation.1L .
if the surface of the wood be rubbed "- plant a was pleasant,
ing al I was. good send off, fcr the future of almost genial gentleman m well soldier.
thoroughly, Jn the first place, with profit as a good -
iTia? !LCL r eve -! ,
John 1030 Third Ave.
Mr. Edgarton. depends on the start It
any crop Bis return
VIV" "" *AJuwal free. / of lead or xlno and afterward as governor general to
0 FERRT.ea.lMraN.aMcku piece fin Altoona, Pa., says: "I Buffered from get* and cabbage Is no exception to the occupy Bideau ball, where 13 Ago > All communication* for tbla paper
be with year
polish* a glass or porcelain
for three I took Peruna -
dysentery years should be
it. addressed
rule. C. McQtf ABni be lived as secretary to another excel* "Thi Advocatk
burnisher. ,.4*} and am now well. DeFunlak Springs, Fla. lenoy, will be quite welcome." Tltusvllle, Fla." This will Insure immediate



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0NIES. have received the following letter Col. and Mrs. Post are back from
4VIK1T JODHIfAI. DBVOTBD TO TH1 DBVKLOr of explanation from Mr. J. F. Wooten, Washington.
I T Or THI IHDIAH BIVBB, LAKHWOBTH looks as if we will need a new which be has asked us to publish: will a
The Cowan-Cave orchestra give
1X0 BMOATHB BAT SECTIOX. cabinet minister and a new executive "Melboubnb, Fla., Oct. 8,1898.J. ball at the armory on Thursday evening.Dr. Grain Hay Feed Garden Seeds Flour Grits

of F. Wooten, Est) the ,
PUBLISHED KVERT FRIDAY.Obablki department to take care Brown has been confined to ,
Cocoa, Fla. house for several days, but hopes soon
colonies. We are going to
& Proprietor. our Dear Sib: to be out. Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.
H. Waltoh Editor
have a lot of trouble over the or* Through an error on roy part you are W. Mackenzie, who bad the fruit

Discontinuance of advts. mutt be made personally ganlzation of governments in Cuba, evidently the getting republican Into executive hot water.At .committee and curio. store last winter, expects tobuild. Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to man orbeast.

at thl onto* or by writing. Porto Rico, Hawaii and the Philippines meeting, held Sept. 27, 1898, youwere addition and the fencing Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations.
The new depot
unless the president.is careful "endorsed" by the republican
In of the grounds will be a great improvement. Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Check,eto.,nut;be made payable to CbablbsH. to appoint men of experience party, "not nominated, as appeared In .
Waltou,publisher and proprietor discretion and it is exceedingly The East Coast Republican and report
and rare ,
sent to the Board of County Commissioners. Mrs. Rogers will not replace either
important that they understand her block or the cottage, but will rent CHAS. N. WELSHANS
Address all communications to the peculiar character of You were endorsed by the republican the land.Dr. ,

INDIAN RIVKH ADVOCATE, the people they are to govern.At party because we considered you eminently Wallace lost his horse on Saturday
FLORIDA.U. well qualified to All the office of asI the
TITO.VII.I.B all these colonies are apparently

In charge present of the War Department.If .4 I sessor Andrews, regardless was "endorsed"of party.for Mr.member R. N.of matter night., unless Nothing it was old age, CEMENT, BRICK, LIME, SHINGLES, COAL TAR, PLASTER,

of Agriculture they are made territories they School Board at the same meeting. Mr. Geo. T. Foote and family are back
S. Department will come under the Interior Department. Andrews received our endorsement because from Cleveland, O., and once more domiciled
Weather Ilureau Jupiter, Fla. Although Secretary we knew him to be well fitted to In their delightful Rldgewoodhome. * HAIR AND LATH. **.
fill the position, and the republican party .
Bliss is the best man in the cabinet consider It just and fair that both parties & M. Paints and. Oils.
statement and beIs L'Phone
The following is a comparative Mills1 barber shop Is up again State Agent
to undertake the responsibility, should be represented in tbe School
rainfall for the
of temperature and hard at work in it indeed, he was
week ending Tuesday, Oct. 11, 180* he is now overloaded with responsibilities Board.I mnch that mistake busy with his customers while tbe carpenters Old 8. )uJACKSONVILLE\ 13 Hogan Street, |
189S 1807DATE. and should be relieved of regret very were still hammering overhead.Rev. .
*. should have put you to so much trouble FLORIDA.
MAX. MIir. MAX.68 Mil 0.1 some of them. Every new bureau and caused you such annoyance. Bingham will not rebuild on the
A -5 79 70 80 07 that is organized is attached to Yours very truly, ease end of his lot, but lease that for
0 85 81 70 the Interior Department, and it James T. Uogo, Seo'y., business purposes; and will put his
7 8 85 84 78 8.1 70 should be divided at least by two.An Republican Executive Committee.VE ." residence on the Palmetto avenue front.F. .HAMMOND PACKING CO.

0 81 72 80 70 effort has been made for a longtime T. Peek lias made quite a valuable . ...
10 79 70 79 70 to organize SPECIAL MEETING addition to bis) store. He has put a
to persuade
11 85 7 J 8 J 74 congress doorway Into the room facing on Orange
a Department of Commerce rattan (Formerly The G. H, Hammond Co.)
Total rainfall for the week: 1.20 Inches Board of County Commissioners.TlTCSVILLB avenue and will use It as a carpet
Departure from normal rainfall for the and Industry to relieve the secretary furniture snd matting department.

week: minus 1.23 Inches. Departure of the treasury from every, F/.A., Oct. 10, 1808. School has begun and youngsters are OUR SPECIALTIES :

from normal rainfall since January 1, thing that does not relate to the The Board of County Commissioners scarce on the streets during hours. One "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
minus 20.41 inches.J. finances, and tbe secretary of the met pursuant to chapter 4328, seotlon 19, hundred and forty-two children were
"W. Ckonk, Observer. interior from the census, the labor election laws of the State of Florida. entered at the white school and about a "Coin Special" canned meats."Calumet" .
Present, Wm. II. Sharps, chairman; J, hundred at the colored school.
bureau, the patent office and a lot Mendel, J. R. Walker, J. Houston, J. N.Waller of our hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .
train brings some
One hundred and of other things that relate to commerce ; A. A. Stewart, clerk; J. P. people Nearly who every have been traveling during leaf lard.
TITU3V1LLE. south of Jackson and Industry. The responsibility Brown, sheriff. The following business the summer; and the number of inquiries
ville. Is the county seat of Brevard. ItIs of governing Ave or six was transacted,to-wltt The registration for houses, boarding places, etc., Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .
the head of navigation on the famous colonies will make"eu<>h a reorganization books were taken up and carefully revised leads to tho belief that we will have a
Indian liiver, and is In the orange, pineapple still and and the following names were most successful winter season.R. compound lard, sausages
and vegetable section of the East more stricken:
Coast. It lias five white churches, good necessary. v Wm Anderson, F C Allen, II J Allen, C. Jester's loss by the fire was and all Packing House Products,
schools, residences and stores, tannin Our troubles in the government Wm Anderson, Thos C Bass, Alexander much greater than at flist supposed. It
and loe fuetoiles, bank, newspaper, two colonies in the organization Hell, B A Circle. F A Chappel, F E will foot up to$2,500. He had quite a FLORIDA BRANCH : Jacksonville, Fla,
hotels, several boarding houses, two railroads as Clinton, M C ClarW. Jonas Dixon, D SEbersoll. stock of goods on bis shelves laid in for
steamboat line, electric lights, of an army, will cm? from inexperience. Perry Fields, J J Flannery, the winter trade. His Insurance was Write us for quotations, and you will be pleased.WATCHES.
shelled streets, etc. For hunting and The Inhabitants of all Chas Orlffis, E O Oodbold, Chaa J Hascall. promptly paid, and a force of men 'are
fishing, this section Is excellent, and Is our new territory belong to different M II Hall, V P Hall, W D niscock, now at woik rebuilding.Geo. .
quite a pnradUo for hunters and yachts races and have different languages A O Hlscock, Andy Jonas, T E James, II. Clark, who was on the Rio
The hammock land for ornnge, J D Knox, Geo II Kimball, Fred Kelly, had rough CLOCKS
men. Grande last week a
sugar and vegetable growing Is said tobe different customs, different James Lundy, F M Rice, Wm Rosh, IIOsboine trip. The most exciting, part very was the ,
dlirerent modes of thought, II M Prince, Tony Patterson,
some of tlie finest in the State.BKEVAIUVS habits, rescue of the officers and crew of a Norwegian
different standards of morals, and Chas A Smith, Wm Sermons, Wm Sullivan bark, the Mlnden, which had
Tombes Chas Tyler, J CTaylor. Diamonds
W K ,
from her hold when
are in every way diverse us fourteen feet of water In
F R Veonot, T C Vandergrlff, ,
DIIMOCUATICSTATU and from each other. Certain native Amos VVilks, Frank A White, Cornelius they found her.Dr. .

ANI> COUNTY usages which are inconsistent Wilson, Peter Young. P. R Bennett and wife are back Souvenirs, Wedding Rings and Presents. |
TICKET. with our western ideas and notions The Hoard adjourned to meet again for the winter. The doctor has been
n the 18th inxt., nccording to chapter taking a post-graduate course at Bellevue -
of propriety must be openly permitted 4.128, section II). election laws of Florida. and has come back to us, as Capt.Cante FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING |
Representative: and others must be suppressed would say, "chock full'o science."

HON. II. L. PARKER. with relentless severity. GOOD MOVE. He expects to practice his piofesslonhere. A SPECIALTY.
The has a big undertaking .
Tax ArtHPssor: government Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way. R. J. RILES,
J. F. WOOTEN. its hands and it remains
on Editor Indian Iltirr Adfucatt : I ./JTRemember. the Advocate, Titus 225 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. j jSlLVERVIttB
Tax Collector: for the future to say what l e, does all kinds of Job printing. Give
E. W. IIALU I was Pleased to see that at the iftgti
will be the probable outcome. meeting of the Hrevaid County Demou8 har8 of yur work.]
emtio Executive Committee It was, resolved -] '
if? JOHN of the first questions that that the vote for the Democratic| George S. Green, aged 00, late of the WANTED
of County Commissioners:
In the
will have to decide when candidate for representative LeglsTTnlted[ states army, la the oldest: living
J. It. walkkh. congress lature at the ensuing election shall be!
JOSEPH MENDEL.W. it meets two months hence will be the bawls of repiesentatlon from the graduate of West Point.AntiRheumatic.

II, HHAHPE. that of the strength of the army various precincts In the next Democratic
JOHN HOUSTON.J. Raw Furs Skins Hides Wool Beeswax
the convention.
on a peace footing, as present ,
This Is the way It should have been
Board of Publio Instruction: organization cannot kept up
R. N. ANDREWS.S. after the close of the war without years ago. A Democrat, Tallow and Alligator Skins.

F. (i III IIS.J. legislation.We LaGrange, Fla., Oct. 12, 1808.Lotus. ,

M. DIXON. POWDER. And will pay the highest Cash Prices for them as follows, :

publish elsewhere a communication .. Otter Skins, good.
For Congress, Second District of Florida from Mr. Jas. T. Hogg, Otter Skins, poor.
ltOUERT W. DAVIS, Coon Skins .
Executive For Strengthening the Body, Preventing
of the Republican
Of Putnam Co. secretary Coon Skins ,
C. D. and E. R. Provost are the first poor.
For Justices of the 3upi roe Court: Committee, to Tax Assessor to plant benns in Lotus. Osteen and Lumbago, Rheumatism, Tender Ooat skins. ,
H. F. TAYLOR, J. F. Wooten, and sent to us by Ennls will plant next week.L. Aching Feet, Corns, Bunions, etc. All Sheep skins. .<, . .
Al-tolma Co.F. the latter, which states that Messrs.Wooten iiritatlons of skin, from eruptive diseases Alligator Skins, 7-ft....
Hancock of called
CARTER D. Brantley, onC. 6-f t.. .
U. ,
Jackson Co. and Andrews were only D. Piovost Sunday.C. or any cause. Itching Piles, (Salt 6-ft.. .

For State Treasurer: endorsed by the republican party D. Provost purchased some large Rheum), King Worm and Eczema. 4-ft.. .

J. B. WHITFIELD, and not nominated, for the respective orange trees from J. W. Nay lor, of Bonaventure Massage treatment will be greatly enhanced '
Leon Co. offices of tax assessor and last week.J. by the use nf this powder. Used Young live alligators, 15o to 20o each. Referenoe National bank, Jacksonville I ITo

For Railroad Commissioners: member of the school board. N. Chalker's egg-plants are looking by all flist-class opeiatars. those who have not shipped to me, I ask for a trial shipment, to get start1ed.
I guarantee and liberal classification. to be favored with your|
a Just Hoping
II. X.
fine. All of the above are gieatly relieved,
Alachua Co.J. shipments, I am, yours truly,
M. URYAN, Spain has been so much impressed Stanley Jones, of Tltusville, was in and cured. In conjunction with the Indicated W. R. NICHOLAS, Jacksonville, Fla.Gtcixxxo .
Osceola Co. Lotus several days last week, prospect Homeopathic jemedy,
that the
by the part
JOHN L. MORGAN, ing. It la reported here that he has 5y 2"ictS to stamps, 25cts.
Hamilton Co. bugles played in the Santiago selected a valuable tract of land adjoining

campaign, that she has placed an the school lot. SAMUEL EDEN. M. D.,

order with a New York firm for PLANT SYSTEM.
[Send the AdVocatic an order for any BROOKLYN, N. Y.
the bugles. bugle
There Is fair ground for expectation 2,500 yankee need.
4"a job printing you ] 1340 Bushwick Avenue.
of an improved demo* is undoubtedly a fine thing in war,

cratie rote throughout the coun.try. but it takes something more to win *

battles. If war could be waged
with wind alone, Spain would have CLARKE & DANIEL. If yon are going anywhere, whether it be to the

Gen. Gaucia is said to have filled us with blow-holes before we .

been engaged at a salary of 1)500 a hud fairly begun to fight. Dealers tn all Kinds of North South East West Northwest
Cuba and ,
month to go through ,

conduct negotiations for the disbanding The last commission that was

of the Cuban army.It appointed to make a report upon Fresh and Salt Water Fish Oysters Poultry or Southwest
the practicability and cost of the ,

is only three weefcs from next Nicaragua canal will endeavor to

Tuesday to the general election in make a report to the Stale Department oto. (KM Poplar St., MACON, GA. REMEMBER THAT THE

November, which time should be in time for submission to

devoted to the business of getting congress when it re-a">emhles. Al. of Railways and

out a good vote. The Tltusville though the commission has had Being tbe Nearest Manufacturers of PLANT SYSTEM

municipal election takes place on special advantages In its work, and Steamship Lines

Monday week.Financiers. will present a more complete and

improved report than Its predecessors Furniture to the. WITH GATEWAYS AT
who are anxious to it is hardly probable

make investments of money at high that the questions arising in connection Port
Tampa Sanford Jacksonville
with it can be taken up ,
should the
rates of interest, note Florida Trade
is to borrow and settled at the short session. ,
report that Ilaytl seeking Charleston, Montgomery, Tifton

million dollars at 0 per cent ; We Solicit Trade of Dealers in all Kinds of Furniture.
but then good credit makes cheap With the fine moral courage he AND VARIOUS OTHER POINT*

i interest. Th6se who wish to borrow has shown throughout the war,

at low rates must labor to Improve Generalities laughs at the Alger* PAYNE & WILLINGHAM, Macon, Ga.JJT" With Its AU-tbe-Year-Round

their credit, Ilaytl Included. ine theory that the prostration of Manufacturers of all kinds of Furniture. Write for Catalogue.

)' thousands of stalwart soldiers by Is the

No lonuek can it be doubted by'' fever was due to beer and watermelons Double Daily Service

any one that (be commission ap-j and that all the volunteers Trj a Sample of Best Route, i

pointed by the president to investigate might have been kept out of the P. E. XclURRAY

charges made by the war department hospitals by abstaining from cookies OUR $29.00 0SE
the & And that all Information can be vbtalned Promptly by
will go to the bottom of and pies. Undoubtedly
the matter, and its findings will wide disparity between the> percentage BAKER. HORSE FARM Addressing or Calling onP.
with all who of sickness in the volunteers
have great weight WAGON.It M. JOLLY, Division Passenger Agent,
interest in the charges and regular organizations is

feel made.an When It is over the guilty largely due to the fact that the Aales, 1| Tires, Patent heels, double box, shafts and Spring Seat.B'cycles J 138 West Bay St., Astor Block, F1-

hould suffer punishment and the former are better able to care for Sundries, etc > v>. &&r Jacksonville,
innocent escape condemnation; themselves. Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. B. W. WRENy, PaAsDger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.

*,jUt&U&tOi.,* -< vM'&a&iteK' *'*wra cr s wy


St. Augustine.
r .j-.k.stlwreea' ""'*,

Major Sackett ia In the city "on sick y

leave.Mr.. y. .

and Mrs. Lee have returned to St.
Augustine from their honeymoon trip to
New York.

Miss Anna Enslow has gone on a visit
to friend* In Tbomasviite, and will be M
away several week*.*

J. W. Eates has returned from New
York, where he went for the purpose of
purchasing his winter stock.Ed. .

Salmon has recovered sufficiently
to be able to leave the hospital and reside
with his family. > U9LX1 JSJOXTT\ <\ 3aa03C-tlllSBOX>. A
hi fry* Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply tous
POWDER The remains of Capt. J. T. Uoneycutt, Price $25.OO.GUARANTEED .
of the Sixth U. S. artillery, have been ANALYSIS for prices, and we will prove to you we can save'you money.
Vur* :
Abjoliitely sent to West Point for interment.
Moisture 8 to 10 STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE,
Land Commissioner J. E. Ingraham, of Ammonia 5 to 6
the F. E. C. Ky., returned this week Equal to Sulphate of Ammonia...., 20 toS BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE,
from tour of several -weeks' duration Available IMionnhorio Acid ...... ,...*. -. 6 to 6
dotm.tuun pcwpis oo..m Equal to Bone Phosphate of Lime., 11 to 13a DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA,
in I he Northwest.Dr. EHH PotanhlUO to s
Equal to Sulphate of Potash ... .. 9 to 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS,
and Mrs. Hamilton Day have gone EHH Magnesia,{.{me, Sofia, eto 58 to BOBf

and to their were new tendered home a In farewell Greenville, Pa., Write for Special Pamphlet.jy TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,

West.* ,
Key by their friends before departing.
Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low o
The camp for the Rough Riders Is all
The Convent Mary Immaculate will ready, but it is probable that they will prices.
not be able to come here now, owing to
on.hortly. the orders,received for the removal of Please Correspond -with us before being induced, to buy from Dealers. Send for
nil our public schools opened last the Seventh. Army Corps to Savannah.
tic with a good attendance.It hi .

It probable that a young men's LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
mocratlo club will soon be organized.Juliua Savannah.Georgiana. n

Otto has been commissioned
migration agent In the place of Wm.tbel. IIall spent the day, Sunday, Tstclrsora-TTlll DF'loxIca.suMelbourne. '
with Mrs. Owen.Mr. ,

The schooner Newport recently aredfrom Bulkley is still living and is being
the sponging grounds with kindly cared for by Mr. and Mrs. Page.Mrs. .

teral hundred bunches of grass sponge. Owen and her nephew, Mr. Eau Gallie.Rev. WHEN IN NEED OF.

Rev F.J. Blake returned this week Adams, went up to Coooa last Wednesday.
,m a delightful trip to England, his GOODS A GOODS. .Real Estate and Loans.AKent . B. F. Brown will hold services atSt.

raerous friends giving him a warm Preaching next Sunday by Rev. I. B.Hawk. Globe,for and JKtna Imperial, Lonilon Fire Insurance.and Liverpool Speolal and John's church next Sunday.Mis. .

Icomo. Everybody cordially invited toattend. attention. paid to the Interest, ol lion residents. A. A. McGIrt, and family have Lumber Hardware and Paints

Died, Tuesday, 4th inst., at Key West, moved to Miami-, where Mr. McGIrt Is ,
Christiana Lowe. Deceased was Isemployed. .
rj The school is progressing finely. Miss
faithful member of St.ul's .
many rears a Clarke is well liked by both patrons and WHEN YOU GO TO MELBOURNE call at the and Mrs, Wm. Treutler returned

Episcopal church. scholars. Kiuaar,, Mrs.Notions Chas, Dry J. IT.Goods Campbell, Ladles'* Co.readymade Millinery - last week from Chicago, where they Or anything in the line of Building Material

Mallory Line Agent R. M. Soujhwlck Mrs. Kate Stewart has gone to the St. anil woven Underwear, Ferris' Renowned have been spending the summer, happy
now paying the rebate on the general Corsets,eto., embroidery and colored silks, to be again at home,
of the bills of freight of the Augustine hospital for treatment by Dr.Worley. souvenir spoons,Stationery,eto. or House Furnishing goods Tinnmg
erage or
%. ,
earner Leona, which caught Are in 1807 J. T. Snell has moved his family toTropio
7HOTFL for the winter. He expects to
Mrs. Chambers was a on
The five or six million cigarettes seized the Courtney, Saturday, to passenger Cocoa, on a BELLEVUE, MELBOURNE". FLA.Lnvelv begin shipping beans and tomatoes from Plumbing, do not fail to write
the V. S. government when the Span- view of Indian River. In a sheltered his place at Bovine about Nov, 1st.
Argonauts was captured shopping expedition. situation Superior accommodations. Moderate
i iteamer
\t been sold here to a Charleston firm, Miss Kate Clark, Mrs. Bruner and rates. \f. R. CAMPBELL, Proprietor. Several men are expected heie this
week to the house-boat Caiman In EDWARD
ho will send them North for disposal. Miss Beth weie calling on Mesdames
Munson Saturday afternoon.Tbe readiness for its winter's ciuise, Mr. P.Lorlllard ,
John Cates and Miss Lottie Moore, being expected sometime in
ith of this city, were quietly married many friends of Miss Etta Mapea overlooking Indian Rlveri homelike accommodations inDecember. "THE BRICK STORE "
it Friday evening by Kev. J. L. Rodent will be pained to learn that she has met and pnocl board. Rates SI 60 per ,
the First Baptist church. Their with a very serious accident to her eyes, day or W 00 to 97.00 per week, according to and Mrs. S. K. Watts have the
my filends wish them a connubial life which, it ia feared, will result In the location. of room. CHAS.Special T. McIIIUDIC rates to ,Hlverpeople. sympathy of their many friends at their OOOOA, Xxxc3L1avx Rlvor, JEFJum .
sad bereavement in the loss of their Infant

happiness and prosperity.; loss of her right eje.Banyan.. Proprietor.jy .
son, whose short life ended almost
before It had well begun.

Miami. Editor E. p. Oslin left here Monday, The steamer Courtenay sought a safe OUIOIT SETS !
on a visit to relatives in Georgia.Messrs. harbor In Eau Gallie river Tuesday bight

Dr. M. D. L. Dodson has returned here J. T. Snell and family are again at Chas. McBrlde and S. F. Oibbs on account of the threatening aspect ottbe BERMUDA
AND PEARL.Thlrtyflve
weather which moderated however
ora Titusvllle. their island home. left Wednesday morning on steamer St. .
tbe .
during night.Mrs.
Two neat cottages will be erected soon Joel Scott killed two deer on his hunt St.Augustine.
r the passenger station.k the Baoaaa river. \V. W. Nesbltt, of Eau Gallic, Geo. F. Ensey and family will
up was the guest of Mrs. Geo. Haslehurstwhllo spend the winter at Egmont Key, where
kindergarten school has been opened Ray Otwell has purchased the' yacht In town.Rev. Mr. Ensey Ms employed on government cents per quart, postpaid{ *4.60 per bushel Aot prepaid. New croo
r Mrs. Burlington at this place. Mattie from Joe Smith.J. work( leaving their handsome place at genuine LaFouiche CREOLE ONION SEEDS; 20ots.. per oa., *: .50 per pound

The fruit growers in Dade county are T. Stewart and family are located home. W.from C. Barnes their and visit family"to the returned west Tropic in care of W. B. Dorton. postpaid. Full line of fresh seeds for fall planting. Send for pi loe list.L. .

iileavoring to organize a horticultural in the Stevens cottage for the inter. coast last Tuesday. Operator James Harper, of the F. E.C. .
ciation, and met here for that purme Ky, who has been stationed at this CAMERON. Seedsman,
last week. Some of the school children use bicycles The last meeting of the Ladies' Guild point several days, relieving Agent 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

3. A. McDonald is in New York ooniltlng and return home for a warm dinner.B. of the Episcopal church was held at the Watts, returned to Titusvllle Wednesday

with Mr. Flagler with regard totablishtng J. Hilllard has the contract of setting residence of Mrs. Jas. T. Hogg.T. to the regret of many new, and several

an electrio light plant atiimi half an acie of pines for W. B.Gilbert. . S. Sanders, of Indianola, came old, fi lends.We .

and other matters of interest tohi down on steamer St. Augustine last are glad to note that the work of CHESEBR0
city.Tbe Dry weathor, cut worms, grasshoppers, Tuesday to spend a few days with the cleaning the stieets and walks about BROTHERS *
Republicans of Miami have elec- caterpillars and clubroot have about got family of Postmaster R. W. Goode. town has commenced, and indulge the

1 the following delegates to the Re.nbllcaa the best of the early tomatoes.J. Miss Helen Allen returned home last hope that the same will be vigorously attended >
county convention at West Monday from her pleasant visit to her to until our streets look neat and WHOLESALE
T. Snell, .T. T. Steward, M. Blount,
dm Beach : W. M. Featherley, T. A. R. Otwell, Geo. Wann, N. Martin were old home in dear old England. She is tidy, as they of right ought to be.

*>t, Joseph S. Warner, Edwin Nelson calling in Banyan on Sunday.B. looking well and all are delighted to The Ladles' Aid Society, of St John's CJommisson
dJ. F. Woodwoith.I have her back here.Mr. church, met at tbe residence of Miss JPish Dealers
Stewart and J. Simmons, of Bovine, ,
Harris last An
A. Waildeil has sold a'large, licbict were in Banyan on Saturday. The former and Mrs. John Goode(returned Friday entertainment
of land Just below Cocoanut Oiove fine which found home from their visit to Chicago. They and bazaar will be held Halloween, (Oot,
brought a \ tt
>F. E. Blackburn, of Chicago, who will ready sale.J. report a most enjoyable time among old 31st) at Eureka hall, for which extensive No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, NeW York.SPECIALTIES .
bring his family down to make their friends, several of whom Intend to come preparations are now being made. -
we on Blacayne Bay. The considertlon H. Wynn, executive committeeman, to spend the following season in Mel : Spanish Maokeiel, Sheepliead, Porupano, Blueflsb, Red

we understand, was in the neighorhood from district number 20, attended the bourne. A CA1ID, Snappers, Klngflsh, Troul, Green Tuitle, Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks.
of 1,800.JCRABBkeeps. meeting of said committee last weak atTltusville.
Frank Horton returned last Friday Editor Indian Itivtr Advocate: Stencils promptly supplied. References furnished If desired.
from Fort Pierce, accompanied by bia
a flint-clang Saloon. Wines, .Frank Conkllng, of Melbourne, was bride (nee Miss Daisy Platts). They are We desire to state, thiough the medium
"" whhikiea' brandy and rum, Imported doing the Island from Brantley south now domiciled in tbe Phillip cottage and of your paper, that we feel under
Si0"1"1'0 of liquor oltrani* from, tnbaooo 2 00 to |anil 5 00 per cigarettes.gallon. last week. Frank says that pineapples we extend to them a hand of welcome. many obligations to those who so kindly FOR SALE. Home-Grdwn
"jmpt attention to telegraph and mall here are the finest he ever saw, May their lives be a unit.M. assisted us and sympathized with us In ...
>. Tera> Ca b. Coooa, Fla.J. the event of the sad loss ol our baby.Mit. .
I>. CBABB, Agt. Mrs. Geo. T. Ensey and children, of C. M. Ca-r, of the 1st La. U. S. and Mus. S. K. Watts.Rockledge. PINEAPPLE
Tropic, leave on the ,15th Inst., for volunteers, spent a few days at Hotel SUCKERS.*
West Egraont Key, where Mr. Ensey is engaged Riverside and left for hla home atShreeveport
Palm Beach.Inew in government work. La. He Intends to subscribe Fort Pierce. Of the following Varieties : 1 1Abbala

The club met at the residence of W, for the Advocate to keep posted Porto Rico Egyptian \\mt Golden
Queen Ripley Smooth
arrival at the homo of Mr. and W. Otwell on Saturday evening despite on tbe news of the East Coast. He expects Queen,

jjjtobo Dean last Sunday evening. It the squally weather. Six row boat a to retnrn Soon to Indian Itiver Mis. Hartstone has returned from ashoit Cayenne, Pernambnco and Red Spanish.
with a party of friend* aud
from the island conveyed members and expects
visit .
to St.
Augustine.Mrs. Apply to 0. C. MATTHAMS Florida
H. friends over. to make his home beie. Pineapple Co.,
Happersett Is laid up with a J. T. BevlII and family left Monday West Palm Beach, Fla,
"7 lame fuot Last Friday evening the Literary Club
by something fdr a visit on the West Coast.Mrs. .
ilar to blood poisoning. met at the residence of Mrs. George
Since Courtenay. Drown, with a fine programme.Subjeot Hogg left Sunday for Miami, after
the piinnary election last Tues- : James Whltcomb Riley.Rollcall visiting her son for a few week.. W" If you need any Job piloting, we .I BUI OR SELL.
;' ' number of candidates visiting answered by quotations. shall Imj pltmsud t<> get a shaie ol It.HT" ..
'place have been gieatly decreased.ju Our truckers are busy planting fall Essay: Life sketch Mrs. R. W. Goode Some good rains have fallen heie the
< beans.Mrs.. past few days, which weie badly nredvd. Confederate Money Bonds &
Piano solo: Lurline Miss M. Brown.
Anthony, of Miami, spent Friday If y" receive a sample copy of "
WSaturcUy in town. Gus is on hi. F. P. Harper is convalescing very Recitation: Our hired girl Miss Allen left Monday morning, 'to the Advocate, it Is an Intimation that POSTAGE STAMPS. }
,J* ' !,ew York to buy his winter slowly.F. Miss M. Lock wood. take charge of her cli ol lit St f.ucle. it would give us pleasure to add your ,/ >

k L. Whltlock, R. J., F. W. and Robt.LaRoche Song: He glveth hi* beloved sheep J. S. Boll billed it Urge lattlesuaketimdity name to our fast-Increasing list of sub Largest stock In the world. Address

it the Democratfo primaries held Oct. transacted business In Tltusville Reading: Frank Miss Hopkins.Conkllng. at Tiijlor criek. This Is tliu scribers. It does not cost you three CHAS. D. BARKER, Atlanta, Oa. i IV;

Mur townsmen. Mayor M. E. GruberI Tuesday.Rev. Autoharp and banjo third one In that virinity this summer.Capt cents per week (postage Included) when
taken by the year, and It can be sent to
I iZi tVed for ,or Ux esor and E E. E. Johnson, of Cocoa, preached Messrs. Nicholson and Conkllng. A. J. Lewis returned from Tintsville von In any part ef the United States or
treasurer.tanSi to a large congregation here last Sunday Recitation: Einesi ll.idley. ami left next d.\y for a two weeks' Canada without extraexpense. COTTON AlUNEN
** 1, Hev er Is now a citizen ofiwidT' morning and evening.Mrs. Song: TheFlsh'rsofst, (visMrs. visit at Palm Ueach, ltli his daughter.Bom .

llivnK, rente'. At the residence of Mr, and White
to and Beatrice Sanders, attended Mr* Merriwellier, a bouncing glil, last City. NETTING.
welcome tbe judge among us.wTti church here last Sunday. Moridav, llotli mother and. child aie . .

0' H, nradley passed through The people here are glad to sre the doing nicely. Some new settlers are expected soon
U ,lu" ? nlKlt> "route to Miami, 'earner Couitenay back on her tegular The p.issengf r trains now stop hero 20ralnntes fioin the north.
, V|' ler husband who U acting run after her thorough overhauling. to allow passeniters to get a From present indications. White
[BJei" "re duilng Mr. Bines' ab- Some of our tinchetor* have melted The shelling of the road along the regular meal at the new rail road restaurant will be the "bean centre" again City this
river front continues.W. which Is now open to the public.Rev. winter.
down several while collars looking for
I TV rul>er has served notice S. O of Clnolnni'l. hire Outland PISHING TACKLE.
lbs t oyr charming ncliool marm. rvey, was Mr. will preach his farewell Master Edgar Fi I has
k. ?"n Section, and ha. also m.utii. recently looking after his In rrestsMr. / sermon next Sundsy at the, Methodist pp gone to Key
twu for the The schooner Thistle, from Cocoa, church West, to accept a position In a large grocery Superior quality linen'Olll Netting;
* ti.l.' "f-fficeiH, to be I.Wd M..11. Capt. J. J. Hunter, brought up quite a and Mrs. A. L. II ticli, of City Oklahoma. All preparatory to leaving Invited.for house. We wish him success. made fronvKnox's Scotch thread.
; l""' 01- '?" at Ijniihei'sllall. crowd last Sunday to view the ostrich Point, are occupying on* ',f the Merwla are cordially Work has begun on the road to White Samples and
f rin and other sight* to be b i . Among the pml v wh noticed E. C. John here during the winter. brother Harry, arrived home Sunday, to F. E. V. Ry and we Corks, Leads, Lines, etc.J. .
1 are glad note that
i ''li "r ,'",rM"n| l'lrt"e wiltei.J" son.j.. Cli *rrv, F. Lipp, T. A. Keaster, The steamer Courtney has resumed after a few months visit In Jacksonville. forward ready to do every bis part man to came the P. JOHNSON; A CQ.,
ll"-' di ..| MMba ,..urloiJ. llallister ami Clmpinan, all from locua.! her run between Eau Gallie and Court Their many friends were glad to see finish.N. Manufacturers, ** '
them back .
enay, having been put into a good con again.A Blavtns left hers last 121 South St, BALTIMORE, MD.
attention Is drawn ditiun for the winter business,. wedding
Subscriber, your again piettr was consummated Texas, bis former home, to return
w> tbe name-snd-date slip pasted upon at the residence of Dr. C. P. Plat is last with hla earload soon
family, a of stock
T"a need ,n th W T yonr paper or wrapper. If yon are Id Wednesday, the bride being tbe handsome Capt. Knowlton la looking after their, etc, We-Te-Bae fer Fifty Cents. ',
rl .,'.. ,U> *',,, lett hnads, bill arrears, please remit. Palmetto Drug Store, Dnytona. sister of of Melbourne'our genial doctor, and the terests until Mr. Blevlns returns. In man CtdaranUMd starac, btamd tebeceobabl pure, toe* eur,U. ,All tasks drunlsu.* weak
groom one society men,
and Drugs, medicines chemicals, fine toilet Mr. F.rUorton.. The coo pis left for their
Z .I2 "raKlas. fob departn7JW Providence' has given us hope soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and future home, Melbourne, the nest day.
WUh th Al>YOCAT.. sleep as a compensation for the many fancy toilet articles in great variety.M. They have our best wishes for a long The ADYOCATE does
is a thare of your work. carts of life. Voltaire., Uuvrom, propr. and happy life. neat, clean Job Printing.

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owes its origin to certain mlasxnatio external

CANAL TRACTION.Am causes, while, on the other hand, The Tropical Trunk Line.

there is hot assumed to be any sure evidence
OKI* Canal to Be Operated byTrolley.
of the influence
of weather, climate

la anoortlance with an apt Jpaiwed by wind or soil or the season of the Jacksonville Tampa & Key We t Railwav
year. To the contrary, indeed, the number ,
UaeCtluo legislature th Cincinmmifi
nays -
of thoso in which
cases the spread
'Commercial Tribune, W. O. Wagmhal ;- and the mode of spreading of the ailment JOSEPH H. DTJRKEE, Receiver."ZTSOUTH .
< Renoral manaRcr of the Cincinmatl -
is attribntable to human'inter
and Miami Valley Traction NORTHS"
course was considerably increased by In Kf feet June B, "OS.iV.I.JACKSONVILLE. .
operating an electrio line between No. 21.I1NQ. 87 No723 .32. >. 78,
the of the last But NO20g. -l".
experience epidemic
.-., ArOrangeFar
JDsytoxrand Hamilton, baa been granted Local 1040 plllOp 912a T30am64opm
authorities are still in a state of doubt Mixed 938 al 6 82am813am 619 p mNO.
*h privilege'by the itate board of poblio
Peoria.. .
as to whether the infection is carried Tu. Th. '
works of experimenting on the Miami and Bat 11 MpU40p 6'oia ...........Magnolia BSI pmS4Rpm
And Erie canal'with directly from person to person orwhother lv Jl sII .....Green Cove Spring*..... 8 09 am
an apparatus for i.Palataa..., 5 00 an
00a 000pm883pm
the infectious material is 12 40SI
carried 45a
driving boats by by the intervention of Inanimate Pomona ::::! :

proves a uocobs, the agreeanraft objects through the air. Of the real 4 46a 11 80a ....Cresoent City Janotion.. 384am
is that he Is to have a franchise 28 82 alill 12 Ollp ,,. Seville...,.. < 8 S3 am 830pm368pm
germ that causes the disoase there is no 5 a ......
jgrantlng him the right to operate a line 038 a"i'ii'i 12 Slip .....DeLeon Springs. 3 48 am
precise knowledge. Reasons are given Glenwoud '
of boats for a term of years, paying to however for believing that inanimate, "a'iw'a I CI p ...Beresford...._.... 2 23 am 235pma atj

the state the tolls as are now paid by 1 lilp *} ....,.DeLand ...'..*.. J JJ 10 pm385pm
substances may honse the real germs of 'dr 12 40p
the owners of boats drawn by males.33x. e a B6ai. 1 lip Orange City Juno.... 211am140am 3 24 pm144pm
the disease and them far 438 p
Wagenhals entertains no doubt asCo convey away, i....... t2 4Kp ,,.,...Enterprise ....
and if, therefore, dead substances can ..... 4 C6p .....TITUSVLLLB Lv 110 30 am
the result of the experiment and is so I. 8 4111.. .......Mt. Dora
thus contribute to the of the disease
thoroughly convinced of its success that spread 4 Ollp145p , Tavares ........
germs such a fact may perhaps explain 331 .., ... Sanford..IvOrlando. 1 80pm 115'pl
Iia> will, without delay, proceed to equip theappearanoe of the disease 438 aSioa 8tXlp4fi0p ........... 12 01pm918pm 13 10pm
the Miami and Erie canal with a line ofaxaats upon ,.....,..Lakeland..Bnrtow .....-. 10 20 pm
(1010 at 11 lOp pm908am
trio(motor -of special dosign. lie says aoop 8 OSpe Tampa 7 37pm

that four months and an expenditure of Worm*. 7 BO a ..Tampa Hay Hotel

850,000 will be required to put the enftaqptlse It is an old saying that we do not appreciate SAFETY COMFORT QUICKTIME LOW RATES I IJTlneftt 830., Tlinr aTu. SatSun.Wed&Fri 9 4 Ollp p Ar .Port Port Tampa.Tampa LvLa ArAr TOoVm380pm 835aml.Mon..Thur. & flat

in operation and that he is alreadxbacked the worth of a thing until we 2 OOp Key West Lv 800pm Sun.Wed & Fri.

have lost it. Possibly the worthy Eng ArHavana Lv
by an abundance of caplftjfl CuUIn nd Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York*

with which to push the work to an lish farmers who own the large tract of The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers t"Comaacna" Sunday. tMon., Wed.and Fri.
Daily, t Daily except
land in Essex whICb in
early completion.Mr. was November Train leaving Jacksonville 9:12 a. m. arrives Oainesville I KM p. m,Ocala 2:00: p.m Leesbor
Wagenhals' scheme in brief is to last flooded by salt water, owing to the "Algonquin, 'Iroquois, "Cherokee, 8:45: p.m.,Rrooksville 8:55 p.m. daily.
and 32 Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and Turn,
Trains 91 Carry
break down of wall think of this
lay an ordinary standard track .a sea and for accommodation of
gage North-Bound. and local sleeper between Jacksonville Tampa, open ponseugert ,
along the towpath of the canal, and bysmrans adage when they ruefully look at their Steamers re appointed to Ball aooordlng to the tide. Union Station,Jacksonville,at 9 p. m.

of aq electrio motor, designed for sodden ground. The despised worms, by From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling at Charleston), Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. INDIAN RIVER SERVICE.
this their constant bnrrowings, kept the land From CHARLESTON, 8. C, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Indian River Steamers leave Titnsvllle 6:00 a. m., Mondays and Thursdays for Rt Lucie TUv
'especial work, and for which be Line" Sobedule or Jacksonville and Charleston dally arrive Tltusvilla and
For hour of sailing see"Clyde and Intermediate landings; returning, Wednesdays Saturdays,oonnecUn
well drained but when the flood
lute applied for a patent, to draw his soa with northbound trains.W. .
inafcs in about the same manner as they eame they were all killed, and the birds South-Bound. B. COFFIN, G. D. ACKERLY,
bad a great feast. That land measuring Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 2D,East River, New York, at 3 p. m as follows t General Superintendent. General Passenger Agei
am now slowly and tediously drawn byxnnles. For CHARLESTON,B.C., Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
The motor will be about four about 60,000 acres, is still in a spongy For JACKSONVUXKFLA.calllmjatCharleston), Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde .

foot in height and will weigh in the state, and is likely to remain so until
England and Southern Lines (Freight only.)
the farmers' friends the worms have New ,
(Calling at Charleston, 8. C, both ways)
time to recover their lost position. "STEAMERS" Florida East Coast Ry.TIMB

New York Times. are appointed to sail as follows t .

From foot of Hngan Street,Jacksonville, Tom tawle Wliarf, Boston,
Wire Wound Ouu.In .

view of the Immense trial suooessos SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Read Up),

which wire wound guns have recently Clyde's St. Johns River Line.SB .

had in Great Britain, the apathy of artillerists STATIONS.LTiwstMiti 7' Dally

in the United States in regard ( ItARY LINE)

to this class of ordnance la hard Jacksonville,Falatka, Sanford,Enterprise, Fla.and intermediate landings on the St.John's River. T555 4 lop fJOa80a eeeee* JaVflkaOasTill* e.ee ISlp liisi.U

to understand. Some three The elegant Bide wheel Steamer 418p4B8p 10 88a IjT> a*4sais .81. Anrmat.B*.... .Ar 8 Sup Ms
years O. DAY." 11 10aTTBa . a H ,tl-ifr*,...... Lt"XV (MnTTOp 06aTXs
ago the United States gave a conditional 1IAUUV lISp X7T" .......Pal atVv.,
order for a Brown segmental CAPT. W. A. SHAW.is 10 0an ' ' 'P* *tfc* .Ar S83p 10aTTi5p

wire wound 10 inch gun, to be built at appointed to sail as follows t 1g 7MaIT Bip ....Kan ttmt TEr.Ar. TUOp 8 891,
the Soott Iron works, at Reading, Pa. Leaves Jacksonville,' Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5:00: p m TliK X- a-togVigjtftf'Mllf 'Iiitt'iitOrnoiuLfttd 7C* TBSp lisTil
a**a> e ee*
The weight of this gun was to be 80 Leaves Sanford Mondays and Thursdays at 6.00 a in 8WB lOOp eeeeeaeeeeeaee* 8 0Up3&2p *
Sip lllp *>)*mt-..sD jrwOB * t s
tons and the length 87){ feet; the steel BOUND. .rori Onsfwattts
BOUND. NORTH I22p >>>>*t ***** I41p
wire was to have a tensile strength of SOUTH Bead down. SCHEDULE.. Read op. IMp ,..e N w Bmrro* 120p144p
Oatk Hill .
14p802p MtlMMH>*ee ei .si.eeeea
130,000 pounds per square inoh, and tobe Leave 530 m. ....Jacksonville.. Arrive 3.00 a. m. TlttWTlH* 104p
p. 8.00 m, eat* eeeeeee eeeeeee
wound around the core at a stress of 8.4ft p. m. Falatka Leave' 2.30 p. m. 8B5p I! dtr Point eee.ee 12 SOp
8.00 Astor p. 8 OOOOA 12
a. m. 4Hp a>ee eeaeeeeee>* eeees 22p
93,000 pounds per square inoh. Since 4.30 a. m. ....St. Francis..., l.oo p. m. 8 ......Roekrdr* .,, 1318p1145a
i * '
then, though this gun may have been a. m. .... lieresford.... 12.00 a. m. e eeeeeeeeeeaeee ... K* Qaln*
...Blue ., 11.00 a. m. ...Malbonrn ..,.,.,.,
6 00 Springs. 4 11 8f
finished a. m. 2Sp a e** )
and tested, there has been no Sanford 9 00 a. m.
BttbsatlanV 10 60
Arrive 8.30 m. B12p *
a. > eeeeeeaeeeeeeei
of the of Enterprise... 830 a. m.Gen'l 8 SI, L QOl 9 57s
it other 25 Dtp *
sign adoption or any 0 a. m. .lS Mtl!
CAHAL TROLLKT, 820p840p e at. Fort PUr* S s
form of wire wound ordnance by the ..HId . .

204 W. Bay St. Jacksonville.Jno. eeee *>> i. *
neighborhood of 80 tons. It will be Passenger and Ticket Office. ,
United States 8 OH.
army or navy authorities.It e 5tp * ! o *OMII>*
won rod to five different speeds, ranging is true that the national gun factories * 7 f OSp ! ...Hob*. 8tQa*Sound>X w 8 8 65s 21s
88p l
from* quarter of a mile an hour to ten at Washington and Watervliet .L.Howard, Superintendent, F.M. Iroh momokb,Jr., Fla,Pass.Agt. T82p I.. Wat Jupiter 8 07* .
xnlleeion liour, the lowest speed being have .Foot Hogan St. 204 West Bay St, S80p00p .e VNtPftlmBwMb 7 30* .
lately been so suocossful in turning i JACKSONVILLE, FLA.W. ... ....Linton... 86H*
HMM M>*l t tMII
aieoessary.to give an easy start The out large built up rifle guns of the H, WARBURTON, T. P. A., TUEO. G. KOKB! X. M., Up ..For. Lam -motor will have a trolley pole, the same ordinary kind that American heavy lOttpIQftOp ...Lewinon City SSUa..
aa the electric street oar, bnt in addi.ftion guns have probably no superior in the
it will bo provided with electrlotnnoe P. CLTBK ,
world in strength and in ofworkmanship.
accuracy New York. 1* So. Uolaware Ave.,Philadelphia.
ft Bowline;Green. 8TAW0M3: i VoJ.Orange
which will take the current o.
up But on the published
TSp flTTu.1188a. I New Smyraa... .Ar T55p
-from the conduit when it becomes ini.practicable figures, the British wire wound guns, 0 p ......... ,. I>ak.H.l.a .... .Lv 13 4ftp 4i pMp

'to run the trolley, as in for equal calibers and weights, certainly MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. 20p 11(Opiaiop City....... 12 20p
i p .Orange City Jnnetlon.. 12 25p 11
eases of passing benoath bridges and
seem to have the best of it. Gassier'sMagazine.
All trains between New and Junction .
Smyraa Orange City Dally eaoept Sunday.KEY.
srolverts along the line of the canal, .

the trolley wire will basuspondedrmbout Florida, New York, WEST AND HAVANA.

13 feet above the track, which Eating Horseflesh. Philadelphia and Boston.

will be ballasted and graveled to anerven London Truth has a pleasing way The steamship City ef Xmy West ef the Flortda East Coast Steamship Company 1mvm
From Ilrnnswlekvl*Port Royal,S. C.,) to New York. Miami for K.y Weet ea Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays after arrival of train from Jmisoavllle -
surfucb, so as not to interfere with every now and then of opening one's SERVICE. making connections at Key Weet with steamers for Havana. Leave Key Wait > 81p.
Abe drawing of bouts by mules. This eyes to unpleasant eating possibilities. PASSENGER m. (standard time)on Tuesdays, Thnrsdays aad tkatardevs, arriving Miami aezt morals!
leave Jacksonville on
To make connections with Steamers la te eaaaeot with north bound train.
will necessitate, the widening of jthe Last week Mr. Labouohere informed Thursday at 8.00 p. in.,via Fernandlna,clone connection with
towpath to at least ten feet.Mr. his readers that there was no doubt that Cumberland Route steamers at Fernandlna for Brunswick. These Time Tables shew the ttmee at waloa trains and boats may be expected to arrive sat
Supper will be served immediately on leaving Fernandlna. depart from the several stations and porta, bat their arrival or dspartare at th. tlmM
Wugouhals.suys that it will reinire many horBes shipped from British ports Passengers go at once on board Miliary steamer on arrival atBrunswick. stated la net gvmraateed. aor doee the Company hold Itself responsible for any delay or ssfeans.qu.aeee

about 100 boats to e.quip the line to Holland and Belgium are largely arising therefrom.
For eepy of local tlm.sard eall mt tJ8 Weet Bay Street,Jacksonville, er address
between Duytou and Cincinnati. These used for human consumption and return '
Manager. J. u. RAHNXR, A.G. P.
Iwnts will be constructed of steol, nuao to London in the shape of Belgian and PROPOSED SAILINGS h.4 f l e. ,

designed as to draw not more than Dutch made "Bologna" and "Lyons" Lr.New York, Pier 21 E. R., S::00p. m., (Standard Time.) Lv.Brunswick.

one foot of av tor. Three power stations sausages, "German" smoked meat, eto. Friday, Oct 14 RIO GRANDE... ....Friday, Oct. T

-will be erected at equal distances beitween Perhaps there are worse things than Friday, 21. ...STATU OF TEXAS.. Friday, 14

the.two points named. horseflesh in homemade things, but itis Friday, Its. .....KIO CHIANDB .... ,,..Friday, 21
Friday 21 ...STAlE OF TEXAS. ....Friday, Oct. 28
The motor which Mr. Wagenhals has as distressing an idea as if the material
For general Information,steamers,trains,rates, etc,apply to any railroad agent or toA.
ilctilgued to do the work will bo of 100horsepower once barked.I P. MURPHY,Agent,220 W.Bay St.Jacksonville.H. .

and will, he says, pull with wonder if any of those "Bologna" .H.RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick,Ga.O. .
.H.MALLORY,General Agent, Pier 20,K. River,and 802 Broadway,N.Y.
sase a train of at least Ave heavily laden and "Lyons" sausages get over to the

"boats, or more tonnage thuu a 800 horsepower United States? The use of horseflesh in Railway;

engine con pull on rails, there Paris must be increasing in popularity,

hoing so much less friotion to counteratct for last year no less, than 15,187 aninials Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad.

the pulling strength.e3ermao were killed for human consumption.

People in a stato of siege or dying
New Florida and Northern Air Line and Florida Trunk Line.
Ksperlenoe With ttta Grip.An of starvation on a desert island might MOST EXCELLENT 8EHVI0E OFFERED OUT OF FLOBIDA.

extensive investigation as to the gnaw an equine steak, but it would be Time Table In Effect July 6, 1808.

spread of the grip in the German nrniv, more agreeable to swallow a baby rabbit NORTH EAST WEST.nmsmeaBsBBBBaaae
whole and be done with food atonce. ,
it did the form of .
swMumlng, as an epllomie NORTHERN POINTS.Lv.Jacksonville..Ar 3TiSa Ri
has given deflnitenesB to medical That might slip down quick, but MaBB IssaaaBank.Bsw*

opinion as to its being a disease thut an ancient, worn cub horse would beat 9 20p 40a THSOTJOK PULLMAN SBAWINO BOOM CARS, DININO CAB3,

the band. Boston Herald.iVe Lv Yulee ArAr. 8 40a 8 4llp 8 00a

..,. Everett ......ArAr. 7 Ota 8 40p .
.,, Brunswick. ...LvAr..Savannah. i A... 8 4l>p
....LvLv. 5 20a810a 4 47p AND SOUTHWESTERN LiniTED."
.. Huvannah .. ..ArAr. oio ii5.S 4 40p
Fairfax, S. C.Lv 3 11a a 2 21p Threosk Vestlboled Drawing-Room Sleeping Care betwesa Tampa and New Tstk,
,.Don mark, SO 2 24ai'J47a 4 00a 134|) via JaeksoavUla, Savannah aad Columbia, wtthoat ehaage."UNITED .
..Augusta, Ga.. 8 20a
r Columbia, 8. O. 1185a92fta STATES FAST MAIL."
* Spartanburg, 8 0" 8 nop
A.hevtlle, N.O. ' a rasp102llp Pullman Drawing-Rooaa Buffet Sleeping Care between Jacksonville aad New York.
Charlotte, N. C.
Salisbury, N.C. 8 2ftp 8 17a Embracing Lynchburg. Charlottesville.Washington.
Greensboro. N. O" T20p 7 0oa .
Danville,Va. 6 0Tp 8 soa3ona Baltimore and Philadelphia.
Richmond,Va. I2 00n3SAp
Va. 3 40
Lynchburg Charlottesville, 2 15p 1 BHa Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars to Ifseon. Atlanta, Chattanooga and
ClnalanatVwita aloes eonneotioa fer LomlsvUle and the Northwest.
Washington 11 10a 10 4.1a2op

" Philadelphia Baltimore T20a 42* 6 Hop Also Tbrougb Pullman Sleeping: Cars to

New York 12 ISaft 4.Kip900a Cincinnati via Columbia Through the
Boston 00i and Asheville.

6 nop Lv .Jacksonville Ar 9 20p| 4u* "LAND OP THE SKY."
.... Everett. .... Lv sanal T. wsaoall.BOp
.... Atlanta .., '
..Chattanooga., * lOOUp TSOp
...Cincinnati... ...I 8 30aNos. Per detailed mformsMoa ae e rate*, aehedales. eleeplag ear reMrvstloaa. eto., apply*
aay agaat el the Meuiaaaa Railwa* er tie eoaaeetioas.L. .

.38 and 34 make nonneetion for Brunswick, arriving Brunswick 4:30 p.m. ami 8:4H p. mrespectively.
For New Orleans, train leaves Jacksonville 9 45 a. m., with thrnngh sleepers, arriving '
r ew Orleans T O a. m. Only through sleeper Una, Arrives Jacksonville from New Orleans A. SHIPimr, TlorUa ]>aa ,.'Agl. SIS Weal Bay Street. Jacksonville. FUJ.
0:62 p.m.

.3* ami 33 Fast Hail,Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville, and the'.CiDcinnatl wS-t lTIVa eat. Paso. Agt., Atlaaia,isDO
Sleeper via Ajheville. Wasaiagtaa. u. tH
Nm.37 and 3S carrv thrntwh sleenere between jAcksnnvllle and New York la connection with
8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. Majr i. i8a .
.30 rarriee sleeper from Jacksonville to Atlanta and Chattanooga. This Is brought to
Jacksonville bv No.33.
All ruurirace will be checked front Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket
office,202 Hocan Htraet,ae well ae at the Union depot ticket office.R. >
W. CAMPBELL,Paxsenser Aireni. J. K. MARSHALL.Ticket Agent,202 W Bay St- cor.Hogan. .
..lacksnnvllle. WALTER GOLEH4.N, Oen'lTraveling Arent,Jackannville.O. .
M. HOLDE.V,T. P.A.. St.Augustine, ria. A. O. MacDOXELL, Genu Paas. Agent, YOD GROW FRUIT? T7IB AMESICAN FR0TT aROWERS"J0UR.?<*JChlcageveeere J-I
Ave 1
see la Oeld fer tka *'
do JOB PRINTING of all. kinds and Gnarantee Satisfaction coaclM artlclee as "Caltara, rHurtrfegjSJi'jr
.o-The tret prise ta t oad aad third tlO.aad aeesh The ceateet le! %
Remember that the) Indian Riveb ssbscrlbars. II joe are aot a eabecrlber yoa a bo.14 be aavway. Omly peHleatloe '"frSmii
SLeT We would Mteem the favor If onrieadera '"eted exclusively to the latereat ef the f rait Omdal ef the Amsrlca" _
Advocate doe* U klnda of Job printlnjtat greww. organ
as to Prices and Quality of Wort them when writing; or calling; upon /"iwr* u"' ". Send 81.0V for a year eabeerlptioa aaa the artlela fe* the prise. P'5}*,
short notice). Send an order advertiser to merchandise sscreesf.i aethora will be mblUh.4 la the Chrtetmme lesas, Bvery * #Li
and be> convinced that It la the place to oar purchase Amarlcaa Prait Growera'tearaal worth a *.are
Send Trial Deed Blanks la etc., would mention the Advocate. e.baerlntloe * -"- .-- .- ).00 3LN goldMsrketleg.
as a Order. Kept have job printing; done. ST-- b $

in,,i, fi.i . il i i. '
ia Mv 'iti si irt 7 3EC? H'HJ.1 1 wi+1 ">r

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- AHhe-ycar-round. ftOCI TIKS, ETC.*


ATLANTA, OA.ML pounty, State of FrOxda.| Drill at tbe Armory, over ooonty jaiH.sverjr
ruMtlay veulnir in the month, at 8 '! *.
iv O. R. STBWARr, Cantata).

Issued by Tajc Collector E. W. Hall, of Brevard County, duplicates of which have been filed with the County Judge, for

the period beginning on the First Day of October, 1807, and ending on the First Day of October, 1808. Presented to the r. P. 8. Cl K.

Grand Jury for approval at the November Term, 1808.No. Meat* every Sunday evening at 6:3B 'alaclKat

the 1'renbj terIan church.INDKFKXDENT .

"Terlod of License i Lienor .all ntff
Dealers nr than Total Total ORDER GOOD TEMl'LARa.Tlttiavlll .
of To Whom Granted I For Wbat Purpose t From When. To When. ror8t liquordealers for for
IJeenae t Butte County I Hlge No. 17 meets every Tuenilajaittuinit
I'r state 100 In lr M>yte ian church,

WJ Tucker Selling liquors, wines and beers. Oct. 1, 1807. Oct. 1, 181)8.i $ 600, # 5b0" $260 00 meeting! tlrat Tuemlay In vach month.a .
J D CrabbJDCrabb Selling liquors, wines and beers. COD 600 250 00 8oa't. W SCOUIE C.T.,

3 1 pool table ,, 25 00 25 00It 12 50

4 F S Chaffee A Co druggists. ,, ,...;....... a oo 00 3 00
6 R V7 Rhodes. . . .. merchant ,;.* iM 1)) 00 0 00 4 50 CHUHCII1CS.El'ISCOrAL .

(1 K L Brady & Bro. < % ., 9 00 0 00 4 60
7 H H Dickey I. 3 00 3 00 1 60 CHURCH.Strvieea .

8 Gardner aacb
9 T Budge .. . itDeo. i) 00 9 00 4 50 month, at II a. m.aml TUMI p. in. un vikuul
10 Duren A Feaster. . y i V 0 ((10 0 0Ot 3*00 very Sunday at :. ) a. in. Kveiiln tir*>*r a*

11 J B Screven. . .>. ,,, druggist . . i. .. .-. .. 6 00 (t 00 00 Sp. ni.at on 10 Wedneadays.a. in.Archdenonn. JLItuny aervluu every
12 Loslcy A Motlow., selling liquors, wines and beers r, f uIt 600 600 250 00 I). F, Ilnowit.Recto*.
13 Losley A Motlow.. .. 1 pool tableimerchant. 25 00] 25 00 12 50

14 J S Simpson.J < . .t.v 3 00 3 00
16 M Sanders. , ItII 9 00 9 00 l'RESBYTERIAN CHURCH?

16 Trafford Bakery.. . . 3 00 3 00 Services every Siibhath at 11 a. ni.anil J.anp.nx.
Sunday echocl at H 4ft a. in., Chaa.
17 J P Cooper liuriliier.
druggist ,. 00
3 00 3 Sunt, .braver meeting ou Wednunduy \ utnfj
18 Louts Cherry . . merchant 3 00 3 00 atT.H0. Tholmlilicarocordially invited at
10 E C Johnson, 5 00 3 00 tend our tervlnea.
3 00 3 00
21 F Travis Co . 9 00 0 00U
22 SS Jones.A t CHURCH.FroaflhlnK .
6 00 00 3 00ti
ARAGON. ATLANTA, OA. 23 N Mathers. .. Ittt 3 00 3 00 every eeisond and fotisib Sunday*

.. The Palace Hotel of the South.Amerlo.in 24 PAMoMillan .. . . 3 00 3 00 morninK and evening. 1'rayer M est inns avei-jr
25 Wedneailay eveniiiK at 7: J R
and European plans. We cordially Invite the 3 00 3 OO School every Sundiiy at 0:45: a. ni. AIho preaeavln -
patronage of the best 20
Tyler hotel tlrat Sunday at All
keeper IjKJrango.
lommerclal Business and Tourist 10 00 10 00 are cordlalij
travel. Centrally located
only three blocks 27 S Kitchlng. Invited to attend.
IflO Union deoot, at highest point In city and away from all noise, dirt and smoke 28 Lars Jorgensen . merchant. 6 00 6 00 R. V. IlBOI., rantor,
Ijid trains. Every modern Improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelled 20 A J Lewis 3 00 3 00
| In the South. Free lawyer 10 00 10 0<>
hotel Bus
meets all 'methodist
r toy trains. Rates American 30
plan, Gruber A Griggs. merchants.dentist. churchvRcitular
150 to 11.50 per day; European plan, $1.00 to $3.00 per day.GEO. 31 PP Cobb 3 00 3 00
0 oo 0 00io aervlces every flrat, third and fsaitSk
W. COLLIER, Jr., Manager.pe 32 L T Daniel . .' . 10 00 a) Snniliiya at 11 a. m. and 7. 33 School every Sunday at 10:00: a..
Drug Co druggists i 3 00 a oo League eatin Sunday at 3-.'Ml |>. m B1.1'ra.ver. me
31 Bergman A Storm merchants ,., 3 00 3 00 Inn every Thtiradny nigihtat 7:00 'nlooM. Th
36 F VV Munson. . 01. Ladlna' Alt| Soolety meet* every Wednesday
ATLANTA 3 00 3
Holland OA. 36 O D Provost at 3:IH) p,'in. Everybody welcome at our chunk*
3 00 3 00 service!.

27-20 Auburn Avenue. 38 37 Pax Fee A Stewart 9 00 0 00l'i Rev. A. D. PENNEY,.Baator.
ton 12 00 00 00 /,
40 IIM Uill .
Two Blocks from Union depot. 41 3 00 3 00 50 CATHOLIC CHURCH.Servloas .
All OK Jones.
Modern Conveniences. . . 3 00 3 00 50
42 MrsFThoIs. at 10 a. ni. every\Sunday, flrr
. amm
. ...
3 00 8 00 50 Cluimh bulldlnir, North THuaville. CilllUmiatfe
Mrs. F. A. "VOORHEES, Proprietress, 43 Chas Thels, agt.S 3 00 3 00 506a catechlmn at a p. in.RBV.
44 B SymmesSJ 3 00 .1 00 .J. F, O'IIovle,ReotoriMUNICIPAL.
Bates $1.00 to $1.60 46 Field
per day. Phone 1020, i 3 00 3 00 50
40 J as Edwards
3 (X) 3 00 50 .
47 WJ Nesblt
t' 3 00 3 00 50
- --
48 Mrs E J Burns
JACKSONVILLE. 49 H ROlmsteadA 3 00 3 00 60 TOWN COUNCIL,.
jM 3 00 3 00 60
60 V M. R.Joneii.act. R. S.
Lansing druggist mayor) marshal s
3 00 3 00 60
61 Hodgson Bros.. . D. H.I'rltchnrd, tax collector! S. <*.Vaulaudlns>
merchantsv i. 6 00 00 3 00 ham,clerk and anaeaaort Minor S. Jones. Jnn.
Hotel Placid Opened .e<- 62 63 G F Paddison ACTMoBrlde Co, i 0 00 0 00J 4 60 S Walker, E. L. Urady, J. nr. Dixon, W. R.
; . nnx, oouncllnien. The oouncll meets Art*
0 00e > 00 60
Jannary, 1894J 64 T Chaffee ,. Tuoatlay In each month.
oo 9 00 60
J Id the eenter of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and West, 656S G M Brown, agtASFee ? 1.V. it i. 3 00 3 00 60 HOARD OF TRADE.

in block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout . 3 00 3 00 60
1 Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all trains. Terms $2.60 day and* 57 W W Brothers , . ... 3 00 3 00 60 Meets every second Wednesday nightl In each
per 68 J mnnth at 8:00 outlook In
S Stone rooms over
|pward poatoftlce
Special rates by the week. JOHN S. BOWEN, Proprietor.h 50 Mrs 3 00 3 OH 50CO Judite M. S. ,Ionea. preaiilentt Wm.jvt. Rrowas.**
C J F Campbell A Co. w ai* . 3 00 3 00 troaouieri J, a. llaat, teoretary.COUNTV .

00 OC Carroll land agent. , . \ 10 00 10 00 00

61 Wethey A Wagner '. . merchants','; , .' ,. 3 00 3 00 60 OFFICERS.

02 HF Nuokols. .. . .... .. . 3 00 3 00 60
Hew 63 Ed llawyer.
Stlling M *
Travelers' Hotel. ttit 15 00
64 Alderman A CoJ iiti 00 15 60 SCHOOL BOARD. ,
0 00 00a. 3 00
. 06 R MathersD
J. S. Snowden,
Management. + Tlttiavllle; R. N. Andrswsi.
3 oo
00 1 50
66 L Cocoa B.F. Olbbs
Gaulden , . ; Melbourne.U13 .
10 00 10 00 5 00
FELIX GARCIA, Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 67 08 MS Jones .. . . 10 00 10 oo 5 00
Geo M
60 V Robertson 10 00 10 00 5 00 t
Electric hotel keeper 10 00 10 00 6 00 H. Sharp*. Sbarpea, chairman j Joaeplk
Lights, Electric Bells Baths 70 F Robertson
Complete Service. Mendel, La
merchant./ 3 00 3 00tt 1 60
71 Julius Kline.- Jno. Houston, Rau Galilei J.N Waller, Ankon ..
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAT HOTEL IN FLORIDA. 72 J L Jensen .... .... . hotel keeper* *,.. ... it, 6 00 00 8 00 Retrolar tensions are held liret Monday In eau*
If Take 10 00 10 00 mvntb.
at the
car Union Depot and ask the Conductor 73 F J Webb
to stop at the Travelers.JlfERETT lawyer ; , 1, ttit it 8 33 8 8.1
H P Shares
hotel .keeper. ., Dec. 1
8 33 8 33
Jan. 1, 1808 2 25 2 26
76 L L Carlton Oot. 1 1807 Minor S.Jonea, Tlttiavllle, county Jndirei I>.
77 II W Davis A Co 3 00 3 00 L. OniiUlon, THuaville, proaenutlnK attorneys
HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA. 78 GG GleasonOK Deo. 1, 1897 2 52 2 62 A. A. StewartTltusrille, elerk circuit ciiarti J.
Jan. 1 181)8) F. Wonten, Coooa tax
; 79 Wood 2 28 2 28 aaaeaaori E. W. Hall.
agtFM Oot..l 1897 Sharpea, tux onllwitor| John Henry, Tltuaville.
80 Sweat 3 00 3-00 treaaureri J. |[, Hama, Conrtenav, atiiierlnteadenl.ntibUa -
Largest best and 81 O 1. t. * Jan. 1, 181)8Oct. ) 2 2(1( 2 20 Iniitruntlnn| J. O. Fries
coolest choice for T Tltuaville.
levator, baths, bell service eto.; rooms summer, $1.60, $2, $3, $5 weekly, 82 no McCarty EyerE lawyer.merchant, . 4. .4. . tt 7 60 7 50 8 75 county surveyor I J.I*.Rrown,Tltuaville, aberlO-
OAKES. 83 P Tbesbiog 2 28 2 28 1 14

84 H L Parker 2 25 2 25 1 13 Among the
Anglo-Haxons la
] 1897. itit seventh
83 3 00 3 00 1 60
. .
TITUSVIIXE.ClTIDXA3 86 S H PeckaTlmberlake hotel keeper, i. [Jan. 1, 1808. 10 20 10 20 0 03 century men wore gloves, white
. . selling
87 .i cigars 3 75 3 75 1 88 women coverod their; bands with thelsrsleeves.
A Wyatt. hotel keepers ... . . . . .. ttFeb.
75 00 75 00
r SSI"VE3I3 88 Anna B Reed ., *. . merchant 1.Oct. 37 80 .
HOT'EnX-i, 80 M Gabriel . 2 20 2 20 1 00

00 Mrs ME Hill it 2 23 2 23 1 12 Wont Beautiful Place on Indian
91 EWWallaeei .4. 1, 1807.Feb. 3 00 3 00 1 SO
TITUSVILLE . . .*] 1808.Mar. Itlver, for Sale at
02 Mortrar Rahaman. 2 00 2 00 1 00la a Great.nnrgttln. .
03 v. peddler 1, 1898.Oct. 83 34 33 34 oo

INDIAN RIVER, 04 W Braddock Montie A Delaney Morrow.... .... merchants.... .. .. 1, 1807.Mar. 3 00 8 00 1 50 .

05 Geo 1, 1898.Oot. 1 78 1 78a 89
FLORIDA.J. E Coon, ... . The famous Turkey Creek Grove
06 J WSwuin .i 1, 1897, 6 00 oo 3 00 consist
. !
of 14
itAprl ug acres of orange grove and
97 J T ii < 3 00 8,00 1 60
HoggD land agent. . .. 1898, 40 soles of land fronting on Indian River
5 00
5 00
G. BAST 08 L GauldenAY 2 60
hotel and Creek
Turkey with
keeper..i land
Oct. If 1897,
09 W 10 00 10 00 5 00
Hogg A Co. and Tillman
merchants' ing
., postofflce and railroad
Manager. 100 0 00a 6 00 3 00
101 L Rockledge B Pharmacy.. druggists . , Jan.Oot.. 1898, 28 9 28 1 station on the F. E. C. Ii'y. On the*
Dawson.Z merchant.,;, 1897. 3 place, lying on the west side of Indian
102 00 3 00 1
Cavender. .. River three miles
south of
Open all the Year. 103 John B Beach A Co 3 00 3 00 1 two miles from Atlantic Melbourne,
Mar, 1 1898.Jan. ocean beach
104 Dtttmar A Davis 1 75 1 76 About 400 *
105 J W 1, ' 2 25 2 25 1 good bearing orange trees, ,
Hodge . book agent ,', balance In young trees will
Junel yield about.
Only a tevr minutes 100 Gleason 3 33 3 83 1
Bros .
. . hotel 1000 boxes till
keepers *
Can be
year. made
Jan. 1
walk from Railway stations 107 B B Pyles.J 7 60 7 80 3 73 *
merchant to 2000 boxes
and steamboat land 108 C FrinkWm June 1, 1 OO 1 00 60 yield a year In .. two years*.

ings.On .109 II Tancre Oct. V I8W.it 3 00 .1 0..) 1 50 Servant's sod rooms house above.and, Good good packing house*

the banks of the 110 EC Walker it 3 00 3 00 1 60 deer and duck flsbfngr quail*

far-famed Indian River. 1)1) WH Johnson. . . July ], 1808. 7 76 76tjI 38 38 fine harbor for liuntlug boats; lovely up Turkey river Creek front,;

with beautiful forest trees. Hammocks,

WEST PALM BEACH.inole. and official I' MI1K seal>?of V01""' County Judge of said County, do certify that the foregoing Is correct, Given under hand lands fur sale cheap. Apply to
County Judge this 1st my
day of October, A. D. 1898. MINOR 8. JONES, \ D. L. OiULDIN,
Atty. for
/ County Jtidge. owners,
Tltusvllle, Flaw

Hotel HOTELS SUMMER RESORTS.ST. An Krratle Writer.

When Thomas Bailey Aldrlob
wm mamma our bualneas.
OPEN ALL THE YEAR. small salaried clerk lu George W. In their work own and nearby ooantle*. 'It la malnlyotniie -
at borne
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.h AUGUSTINE. Csrleton's book store ou Broadway, Fits SUM s year snd expenae* definite, bonatlde atmgjnfc, no- m
B1' nk' > Jsmea O'Brien was In tbe babit of more, no leas aalary. Monthly 78. References.
, s substantially built of brick and has Knolnaeeelr-sddraaaed atamped
convenience. Close toni envelope. Her

7aT depot. every dropping In to see blin, and one day bert JB.Hess,Prstt.,Dept.if, ,
Free'buss Chicago
, to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel.U Tbe only hotel on the bay. Summer
"rt.Rtackle n board for the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00 per day and OCEAN VIEW HOTEL rates for permanent guests. Excellent csme in rather more than half seas

i special rates by the week or month. table. One of the best places on the Atlantlo over. Aldrlch decided to take blm

GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor.IIVO Coast to spend your summers. across tbe street to a hotel and put blm

ST. AUGUSTIVE, FLA. Good Ashing, sailing, and SHrf-bntlilng. to bed. Cautiously and carefully be led* Staying Parlor..

For rates, address F. C. 1IAYDEN, Mgr.SUWANNEE O'Brien, but before be bad got ball

NORTH ? way across a friend stopped bint and

askeds "Why do yon want to bother

| with th* fellow. Let him "X will
YIA THE "TIFTON ROUTE. SPRINGS, FLA.Snwannee not," replied Aldrlch. "He borrowed .*. VJN

dollar from ma a few day* ago, and Ican't

Georgia Southern and Florida Railway.Suwanee Springs, Fla.tiie sotrnrs. Open famous all tbe, year.nEAirnRESORT. him."afford to let anything happen-tAt to

River Route. Cure Brlght's disease, all kidney; bladder and liver trouble another time, wben be waa not
rheumatism and strictly sober, O'Brien found himself
dyspepsia. Excursion
tickets for sale from all point* oref th Plant of
oat funds.
System and He wandered
G F. C. A P. R\V. For illustrated pub
4 u 1 "rsla Southern A Florida Railway comprises part of the Tllton Route, Board Ten Dollars per week. pamphlets, with testimonials, address lisher's oftloe and asked for 935. ThUwaa

? m'lldl'ect' route to all points North and ANDREW IIANI.EV, refused him. '
* tp ? East and West, operates the Gen'I Angrily seizing a
Manager Suwannee
'oilman Springs Fla,
Buffet sleepers; double dally, Jacksonville to Nashville via Macon, placard O'Brien reversed it and made

ttoZy Chattanooga; traversing tbe famous frolt belt of Georgia, ;and the in big letters* on tbe blank aides "Oneof H-\\

Batt, Fields of North Georgia and Tennessee. s authors. I am starring." Ty

ther job ing a string to the card, O'Brien placed
"" reall ,normton, maps, schedules, sleeping car reservations, etc., PRnmiTcOF it around his neck and paraded up and

down the. street, to the great ..amusement

HUGH H. RICHARDSON, Gen. Agt., ALL KINDSPRINTING of a large crowd. He was of

* tntrvt .. f Hogan 8t, Jacksonville. Executed at theADVOCATE course requested to desist, but nothing H. S.

V"-rresident SHAW, O. A. MacDONALD, stopped'his mad course until m $S bill MEADOR.
Macon; Ga Gen'I Washington Avenue
Passenger Agt. OFFICE. waa presented to blm as a> compromise. ,

San Franoiaoo Argonaut. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

it4 L. a. i / Mfr fQjp*

i *U W I it


lo reply to the commissioner's Inquiries, Cuba
Camp Libre.M
lie states that Tampa was chosen as ROBBINS & GRAHAM
the base of operations because of Its
proximity to Havana, at which point it The hospital at Panama Park will (Successor to Lovett& Carroll.)

was originally Intended the first attack shortly bo turned* over to the government
Xa .w ors. FRUITS and VEGETABLES of
should made. The determination All
be to which will be a great help and a ,
make a change was due to the developments convenience to both the sick and nurses,
ef !lliLi on the southern coast of Cuba, wbo are crowdod up In small tents. WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND Crockery, Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Your patronage Solicited,
and to Admiral Cervera's course in locating
his lleet in the bay of Santiago.WhenMt Pay day has come again, and the boys UNITED STATES COURTS. FLORIDA.
are all jubilant. Tbe 1st Louisiana regiment
became quite certain that he
will be off and mustered
paid out
was securely entrapped In the bay. Admiral
JOSEPH ZAPF. wired the fact to the thfa week, and the boys are happy to
... Sampson know they will soon be with their ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished
Secretary of the Navy, asking that
friends and loved
WIJOLf ALE DEALRItAnheuserBusch tioops be sent immediately. lie said ones once more. for Linds in Brevard anil Dade Grain. Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple & Fancy
(hat ho bad silenced the batteries, which Two regiments were paid off Friday, Groceries, Hay, Groceries, Fr
Brewing Ass'nFamous weie accessible from the sea, and that and the boys are feeling rich and bappy.
Counties.We And Foad Products of all kinds. Grain, tlay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Gm,,
ten thousand men could capture the Saturday was a lively day in the metropolis Food and Wheat. We are the only bouse on Indian River dealing exclmim
St, Louis pager Beer, town within hours. The thousands of soldiers- '
forty-eight buying presents tho above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit your
text of this method in given as Is the others their taken patron
having picture
.Sold by Loslcy & Motlow, Tltusvllle.WIIOLESALK E. L. BRADY & BRO.
text of the various other telegrams, to send home before leaving for Cuba, have large List Very truly, Tltusvllle, fl,
I.l<|UOIt ]>EAI.EIt, showing the cause of delay In putting which they expect to do soon. Saturday a

West Bay St., Jacksonville, and the expedition off, this com bo being, as night they were running the town of Lands owned by
Sanfoid, Fla. frequently published, the report that and having everything their own way.Capt. .

Spanish the transports.warships were lying In wait for Tredwell, of the Drummers' Co.K. ourselves and clients. Losley <& Motlowy

died and escorted tohls
Secretary Alger adds that the Spaniards Thursday, was
HENRY R.THOMAS ; were reinforced afler Admiral Sampson resting place by the whole regiment. Price for unimproved (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER A. CO.)
Typhoid fever was the cause of his
had sent hi The shows
that General*message. report death. It is rapidly spreading through Foreign and' Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies Rams Gins and
....LA VILLA PHARMACY. Miles advised In the begins town; also pneumonia has broken out lands $3 to $100. WWski
be made
nlng that the first move should
among the town people as well as tbetroops. Bottled Beers, Ales and' Stout.A .
against Porto Klco, and that after that
Keeps all Kinds of The sickness in camps is not per acre.
Island should be the American
from to fifteen Line of Cigars > Billiard and Pool
improving; every day eight Tabic
Fare Drags Fancy and Toilet Articles. forces should be landed on the north
carried to the station and shipped
coast of Cuba at some point from which are Family and hotel trade Is solicited, Prompt and careful attention elven to i
Prices to suit. away. It is rumored that Gen. Lee WE have a few Residence, Orange order. LOSLEY &
point they could move conveniently will leave for Cuba on the 20th of this orders. Cask must accompany your MOTLOW, Titusvlll, i i333ES03FC
either to the east or to the west.
801 Adams St., cor. Madison, Another reason for locating the impi month. Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. In the south was that the troops ilgliOf Several rows have occurred In the last locations. Prices Reasonable. HsJbt. eft? CO.-
become acclimated before being sent few days in town. The soldiers come in

Cuba. and fill up on beer and then commence ]::: Will keep constantly on band a Full Supply of ::.[ ,
Paris, Oct. 12, 12:20 a. m. After a cutting and beating each other to see
Fancy Pineapple Slip* & Hackers fourth joint session lusting from 2o'clock which can stand It tbe longest. A few Offices I TITUSVILLE CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
for Sale. yesterday afternoon to a quarter nights ago three privates got Into a row and MIAMI.
past four the Ameilcan and Spanish on Ward street, and only for the quickness
Abbnlcas pence commissions adjourned without of the provost guard It might have DRESSED AND ROUGn.
Queen, I'orto, Egyptian Rico. Smooth Queen Cayenne, Golden and having lenched a final conclusion as to ended In a tragedy, for one private was Also Mouldings and Turned Work, Biick, Lime, Cement, Crates of atl dcscrlplloT

Bed Spanish. Apply toMaduock any point In the protocol. Thus far no cutting another with razor while another East Coast Meat Market tixe xrllo, HTMoriciaE3
has either side it turned out they
A Matthams, disposition developed on was using a cane.
lo delay the ultimate conclusion and the off alive, but both are now confined
"Palm Beach
Pinery, end of the work in band. The Ameil n the Second Division hospital receiving G. F. DUREN, Agent.
West Palm Beach, Fla.Mneupple James Pbitcbabd President W. M. Brown Vice-President
can commissioners aie anxious to conclude treatment. Another row occurred on = ; :]
their work as soon as possible and Bay street between an officer and a civil C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.

on recess days they aie devoting from ian. A private bought a pair of pants
Slips and Suckers three to five hours to discussions and from J. &L Coldman, carried them off

For Male, details. tnd wore them quite awhile, then c* INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN]
Washington, Oct. 12. General Graham brought them back and wanted his
continued his testimony before the money for the pants; said they were too
the vailetles Smooth
following war commission to-day. lie believed small. Coldman told him he would exchange (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
Knvll Cities Abbakas and
Y2ayonno, that the proximity of the tents to one but would not give him his money
Hed Spanish, grown from young plants *3 Authorized capital, $100,01
another at Camp Alger was responsible, back, as be had worn the pants. This
and without cover. For prices, call onor more than any other oause, for the sickness started the row between him and Cold- X Paid up capital, $25,01
address ( A. Robinson
J. there, and said that the medical and in a few minutes Major Harrison
Kden Indian River Fla..EVENTS man, Average deposits, $ I50,0(
officers are also of this opinion. lie came In and took sides with the private

said the want of water for bathing purposes when Coldman ordered him out.
and the habits of the men in eating Harrison refusing to go. Coldman made Titusville, Florida.assuring Transacts a General BankiBusiness.
other food than that prescribed by for him, but by this time the soldiers
OF THE WEEK. the regulations had had deleterious Influence. were so thick that Coldman oould not .

In the beginning of the history reach the marshal and he drew his gun

London, Oct. 0. The Foreign Office of tho camp there were no bathing facilities and fired two shots at Harrison, both THE STATE COLLEGE, Largest and Oldest Bank on tha I
but later the men were marohed missing their aim. Finally Coldman
lias Issued a Fashoda blue book, giving miles in week arrested and taken to sold all Count
seven brigades once a for was overpowered, Exchange on Foreign
the ooriespondenoe between the French Lake City Fla.
baths. the station, where he gave bond for his ,
and British governments. It datos from General Graham stated that while the His lawyer says he was In DIRECTORS!
December, 181)7, and tends to show that Offers to both sexes a good education
his trial will show the
commissary supplies were plentiful, they the right, and at jAS.PWITOHABD.W.B.lUltUKTTfPreil
Fiance had consistently aimed to avoid were often without the prescribed food people that he was. along the lines of modern thought and of the National Bank ot Jacksonville),JDurker
armed conrliot with the British in North because the officers activity. (Vice-President National Bui
Africa, and that Great Britain had steadily sufllclontly Impressed regimental with the importar were not oeof Scientific, Literary, ,Military and Industrial Jacksonville), and W, M. Bkow.i.

and peislstently planned to demount drawing their food. This was Ankona.W. departments. Most complete correspondents.Seaboard .
!ate and onforco her sovereignty of the of fresh especially outfit of apparatus. Expenses reduced National Bank of New York
true In the matter meat. National Bank of Jacksonville.irjrTTs .
Upper Nile. to a minimum. Shorthand, Telegraphy,
lie said that the was for a time
London, Oct. 10. The comments In'publlo short of wagons for corps transportation owing D.'Robinson visited at St. LucieFriday. Book-koeplng taught free. viii.LE: : irrv..

and the newspapers show that the to shipments to Florida. This deficiency Send for a new catalogue to,

Marquis of Salisbury's determined stand bad occasioned some hardships to' the Dr. C. P. Platts was In town Thursday W. F. MUM President
the of the of.Fashoda
on question occupation ,
men., professional business.
has come as a most agreeable General Graham said that In the oaseof on LAKE CITY, FLA.AI.BX .
velief and as disposing of all the stories most of the regiments, there was considerable Henry Richardson, of White City, isat Attention. !
of a compromise. No whisper of dissent delay In supplying them with W. 11. Robinson's. .

ils heard anywhere. Both friends and arms and ammunition, first attention being Attorney and Mrs. C. T. McCarty are NK AH. ERNEST TAYLOR.
opponents of (he Premier are rejoicing to the be forwarded .
given troops to borne from Iowa soon.Col.
in the fact that In publishing the bluebook to the front. expected NEAR & TAYLOR WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF

< ou the Fashoda question, he has For a.time during an epidemlo of G. A. Crocker continues seriously ,
burned his bridges behind him. measles there was a shortage of hospital 111 at tbe home of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. (Successors to Joan McAllister.)

Washington,Got.10. Advices reoeivedat linen for the beds, but the deficiency II.Rawllnson. Paints Hardware Tin
Artesian Well Contractors
the War Department Indloate that the
was only temporary. Secretary Alger party of Jensen young people picnicked ,
evacuation of Cuba by the Spanish foroesis had spoken to blni personally about keep at "El Selra," the oamp of Mrs.DeyCnrd ,

proceeding satisfactorily and smooth ing up the supplies for the sick, asking last Sunday.A. EAU GALLIE, FLA.
ly. The threatened trouble ViaZB"l > * > (the secretary) be personally Iri:
illo has blown ofer, and the Spaniard* formeU wh
Jiave yielded control to the American htm that the demand would be of Fort Pierce,, were visitors last Write Quick.... ,

.forces.Instructions have been 'sent to the Immediately met.other There were occasional such Saturday. FOR FREE SCHOLARSHIP. Implements Lamps Glassware Stoves
"United In ahortagos In supplies, as F. L. Hamor, Dan McCarty, George Crockery
commission ,
military ,
Ice, but he did not believe thatany Soeger and J. N. Waller were among the
Cuba fixing December 1st as the date RAILROAD FARE PAID.
deaths had been dun to this cause. Ex- visitors to the fort last week. Barbed Wire etc. itoJAS.
when Spanish control over the Island )o( Call and examine our line
Governor Woodbury and Dr. Connor examined
Positions Guaranteed.
must cease. The commissioners, acting General Graham In regard to the
on these Instructions, have notified the For Sale,
Spaniards that all ports and customs receipts apace occupied by tbe camp.Jensen. Open all the Tear to both Sexes.GA.ALA. PRITCHAKD & SON,

and the management of municipal Choice orange lands five'and ten acre BUSINESS COLLEGF,

affairs, will pass Into the hands of the lots at the beautiful town of Daytona, Macon, Oa.filoee .
American Military commander In the on the. East Coast. Easy terms. Also
island, homes In Florida. Investments made
Madrid, Oct. 10. It is said here that Rev. Mr. Butler was the preacher hereon and money loaned on Jacksonville property ,
the evaouatlon of Porto Itlco will be completed Sunday last. COUMTLAND BUCKMAN, Fruit & Produce Commission Merchants.
next week, and that the evacuation 22, Hogan street,
of Cuba will be accomplished by the The fishing Industry Is foiging ahead Jacksonville, Fla.WANTED Florida Products; Oranges, PIKE- BRICK I IQeruiania

end of November. The government Is hero, many pnrties being engaged In It. APPLES; Watermelons, Tomatoes and

employing twenty-one vessels In tiro repatriation Young seems to have quite a crew. 8BVKRAI.TRUSTWORTHY Per other vegetables a specialty.

of the troops. The soldiers The determined this.tats tu limnaue our business
pineapple are 807-300-311-313 Street
have rooelved their pay for June, and on growers In their own and nearby counties. It Is mainly Poydras ,
to best "jack frost" the coming winter, ofllue work (lone at boms. Halary straight SWMayearanil NEW ORLEANS LA.
In will leoelve twomonths'
landing Spain they
many acres of cover being both expellees leiinltebonanile no more, BRICK
pay, be given civilian clothing, hero and vicinity. no leek eatery. Monthly 7B. References. En- Refer to local agents of all Express Cos., local
And mustered out of the service eel f-addreseed stamped envelope, Herbert freight airent of the Loitleville* Nashville R'y
New York, Oct. 11. Although the School opened here on the 24th prox., K.Hess,PreeC,Dept. M,Chicago. Nat'l Bank, Metropolitan Bank,N, :

American fleet In the battle off Santiago with a> good attendance. Miss M. E. 20 Hogan St. Jacksonville Fla.
on July 3rd oboyod the general orders ofllearAdmiral Williams, of Montlcello, is teacher. She ,

Sampson, given In advance Is firm, kind and able.F. Write
ns for and We
prices ma
to meet just such an emergency." It was V. Tyndall has been appointed Lumber and Hardware. save your money.

essentially the substanco a "captains'of the report light.of the This naval Is Eden agent, for Wnveland Mapus', Stuart fertilizeis and for St.Jensen.Lucie . the hardest, least absorbent and best brick made in Florii

board which has been disputed
investigating river soctions. He expects to do a good

r points was In not the present battle., RcarAdmlral.Sampson and the two business.G. Brick Lime Cement | Tinware Graniteware Can supply up to a million on short notice.

oiders signaled by Sabley, "close in" E Male Is paying a visit to Ashevllle ,

I and "engage the enemy," did no good N. C, the guest of A. J. Holmes, j
and weie unnecessary, for the ships already of Jensen. He writes that the mountain Sewer & Fire Clay Pipe. Stoves, Oil and Wood,

had olosed In and were engaging air Is Invigorating, and that he has) lost

the enemy when the oiders wore run up. "that tired feel In." Turning and Special Work. Boat and Sporting Goods.O. Carpets Mattings and Rugs.

The board finds. In a more geneitil way, C. II. Racey and family, of Mount ..
that each ship tu the Meet knew exactly Elizabeth, have returned, fiom a pleasant F. PADDISON & CO., Eau Grallie, Fla. ,
what to do should Cervera come np,
visit noitb. They brought
and did it when he actually oame out. with them in anticipation of the THE LARGEST
Bach his
captain fought ship on plans good times coming.Merwln .

prepared Washington and orders, D. C.given, Oct.by 11.Sampson.When of Eden, with his New Chance of a Life Time Fall Patterns are now being receiyed.

the attention of the officials of the War England bilde, have been staying at the
Department was called to-day to the Al Fresco. We are pleased to hear they
statement made in Madrid that strong Intend to spend the winter here. Mr.Merwla Awnings and Linoleums a Specialty.H. .
force of Sdanlsh troops would be kept Is a prominent pineapple grower ,

in Cuba until the treaty of stated.peace had of Eden. ....A magnificent property fill be sold at a. ... E. CLARK,
Ibeen it
signed simply
was JhatCfcare The annual election of officers for the
had been and would be no change G. B. Yaobt Club took place at their '38 West Bay St.,

in Che orders to the United States troops, tine club house, on the Island, opposite Jacksonville.MTABLI3MCD .
and that the Instructions -given to the
Commodore all
Waveland. was reelected GENUINE BARGAIN.
American Military Commission In Ha'vana -
; F. Willes, of the Cove, was
to take possession of the Island on
elected vice-commodore; C. B. B. Harrison
December 1, Irrespective of the) leTS.Wm. .
presence secretary; II. S. Panter, referee and
of or absence of the Spanish oittolals, starter; and K. Harmer, treasurer.At About eight acres of Grove tn as fine condition as any on Indian River, containing A.
would be rigorously Adhered tov The BOURS' & CO
Spanish troops may stay In Cuba for < last Jensen has a shell road about a comfortable six room Cottage, large Cistern, and the finest PackingHouse

time after that date If evaouatlon Is not half a mile. Bicyclists here hope to In Brevard County. FERTILE

complete, but they will be no longer the have a mile's spin this time next year. Situated about mid-way; between RocUedge and Cocoa; Convenient to the GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND
masters of the Island, and the United County Commissioner John Waller has *
3 ''States officials will administer all of Its been here Inspecting'the above work.Jensen's Churches, Stores, etc, of both. 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .

affairs. mule was surprised into 'a trot For farther particulars, apply to ., Ailt onythe| *? <* "><> reliable Seeds. Jl complete stock o' *
The war Investigating commission devoted on the shell road the other day, the first WALTER GOODYEAR, Ju ? $ F'T'' B *"' Wh ". Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Moil, both brlgM *

Its forenoon session to-day* to the time for some years, we understand. Sept. A., 3 to 7 W. 20th St, V. t oleaIeStot *" for Tygert-Allen Fertiliser Co.Bo .
examination of Secretary Alger's statement Now then, come along with that town NuSi Sl !SlT ?,rSSlAn"Jn,, '" <>Vegetable rertilleer.r ;
and the papers furnished by hloa ball t New York, N. r. superior l5?the !T'? "nlphate fotaeta, Kaiait THeae fortius*"
market,ana will
a trial oonviaos. 8ead for Cataiosae free.tn. .

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